Union High School - Gold U Yearbook (Dugger, IN)

 - Class of 1943

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H . rw 11,1 I . f' Q7 9553! hartln, Qaleh Nusbaum, Gale Iusbaum, Jllford NOTTlS, Pwul FICC Zane lv ullbert I loom P1 helth Prlce, Joe Herbert Prlce, arren Pavne, CfCll Pafton, Fred Patton, Jajne Rlnger, George Plslneer, Ronald r Cves, E61 rd Reeves, Paul Rumple, Dofqld Rumple, P ul R d le, J mcs QA le oe R n rd, Hlrold Rlhv, nobcrt RoHer+sen, Fletch P1 he mean, Jamc Rlch ison, flV1U Qnlpv , Prwlrd Shlpr n, Ev n Qmlth, Kcrwlt Smlth, dobert SJvn, llllam ql1V rs, NHTIO Smccn y, Robe ovcen y, Paul Smlth, Lloyd SGVl9T, Noble fRes S xton, Vincent Taylor J m s Robert T asley, Dulley Teaeley VlCtOP Ternune, Earl Usrey, Nux Vande grlff, Elvls Vaught, Malcom Yalters, Rollie llll8mS, :alter Ialters, Vergll alton, Harold alters, D6DZ1l 'atk1ns, Vergll elsh u erg clfe J mes Tclfe, Dale Jo f9, UQX alters, Gerald nllkes, Jeorpe llson, E rl haley, ulen rlbht, Leo xh1+fmcss, Cyrll Uh1tcW zlffed alters, Rrxxton alt r Pollle Yfunb, Harry Yun , u1Vld The above 1lSt of alumni students is complete only to the date this beck was mimeographed. There are others who have entered the service since then. - :Q 3 K!-M , . - 'i M TI ' 1-Qfw 1 - EPWSQ . - W AEIEM J W. in ' - 'f'-'X L 2' '- N i1'f - A' ' , , V . . Lgjx L 1 . - N' 'f 1' -- 'X"' W ' '- me Q ' 1 TJ '9 .I ' ' E' ., -' N 'X - fu v . , V J M QY. 1 f 0 Yf A i - ,ul 1 4' .. - , Q.. ww fu,T sq v Q4 xxllebx MA 1 - n N. . . - ,-of - v gb! I 1 S ' ' fi o. ' Y Y' P J - 3 ' Q-v. Lv ' U G 'f- 1-- A " ' :' .- ' 4 V J . I v 1 A It ' T, - ' v- : P0PCa C9011 Jllsen, Davld ' .W - . --5 X ' ' r ui.. I . . . Y -v v , K y. 4 AQ ,hbSS. x v-A , r , , ' Lei Tcl ,, - A g ' ' 'J S S, - 3 . c e 'Y A LA ' 3 5 We ' . HQS Q A 3.- Rag-aa A, J - S Q 5 . M Y .L Y . Q W Gr ' . T . L C T .L ' :S PT1 - x .. F V r un .Agn A J - hi. 8 La. 4 AA ,' Y e W, N' '- M E A U vt- e art 0 I-' C c . X l ' 5 J U Q 3 , 3 C ,Q A r L v X Q . f ' 9 HAL Lv, ' ' U a , CONTANTS School H1story Page Dugger H gn Sc ool A Trlcutc to the Faculty FACUUTY Faculty Roll C811 SENIORS SOHIOF Senlor Senlor Senlor Senlor Senior Sen1or Senior Sen1or CLASSES Junlor Junlor Class Hlstory Roll Call Roll Call CCont I Roll Call fCont I W1ll N111 QCont I Prophecy Class Class Class Prophecy fCont I Poom Class Class Clase H1Bt ory Roll Call Sophomore Clase Hletory Shphomore Roll Call Freshman Clase Hlatory Freshman Roll Call Seventh and Llghth Grade Seventh and Elghth Grade H1atory Roll Call Ode to Bulldogs Football VGFB1tY Basketball Unnaity B skstball Cdont Jupnot.H1gh Basketball Phys1ca1 Fxtness Program Musmc Introduct1on Gxrls' and Boys' Chorus Band and Orchestra Cholr, DP8mDt1C8 Organ1zat1ons Department work 31-41 Ads 42 43 ':. 11 ' i L 2 H 2 3 4 u 1 5 Senior Class Prophecy lCont.J Q .- ' ' J H O O L I S T O Since that fateful day of December 7,l94l, Americans have come to realize more fully the value of education and train ng The demand for armed forces can be fllled only when there is a basic preparation upon which to build For this reason every student should make an effort to develop clean, straight thinking, to form right attitudes, and to give as well as to receive service To meet these demands of the armed forces several addit ions have been made to Union The shop,wh1ch has been gudged one of the best in this part of the state, offered classes in several types of metal work to hi h school boys as well as classes ln National Defense Work Under the supervision of Mr White, Mr Headley, and hr Leaman this branch of schedule classes were organ requirements that for a place in ser these cla ses were physics, general mathemat1cs,and advanc d physical +ra1n1ng The gym, which is no: only one year old, along with the old gym in the main bu1ld1ng,made it possible to offer an ext n t e training continued on a twenty four hour During the second semester additional ized to meet the demands of government students must be more thoroughly trained vice of their country at war Some of sive course in physical education for both the boys and girls Besides regular school work, different organizations extra service for victory The G A C girls sponsored sale of war stamps and a scrap drive for keys,compacts, other small objects of similar metals, the Hi Y boys over a scrap drive for all scrap materials, the shop boys not only collected scrap, but used a large quanity of it to make new obgects, the home economics girls applied them selves diligently to learn war methods of saving in cooking, decorating, and dress making, the commercial students helped in the kerosene rat1on1ng,all members of the faculty donated their services on the different ration boards,and the senior class,a1ded by the Journalism students,composed, mlmeograph ed, and sent letters to Union's Alumni boys in service. The Blue Tri grils made scrap books, which were sent to boys in serviceg and the librarian with her efficient staff kept all types of reading material available in the library depart- ment. Last, but not least the music department promoted the idea that a fighting nation must be a singing nation. Besides the special efforts that the different groups put forth, individuals cheerfully accepted the new regulations and conditions and were ready to serve when called upon. did the and put -1.. 1,12-5-, H3 9. s c H R Y ,V . A ' . ' . . . . 0 f X . . Q u -1- 'fiyjx O .5 I ' 0 O O . . . . - . A - ' ' - . s . . . . A . S - . . . . h I . - I I i O . I D 0 ,I 0 li I 3 Q Q I yn s cnooA H tn rkunty rr thc Qtat Heh woui cl KW 110 f u 1 nr th n th ree Ench 'FLW T 41 5 'rn 5 or +he r track work D wr l Jm + cHcf bks or eds LIS n in tud Htq Wd for DlF1+ she Q hh 1 plr Lncn 1 Unfull A 'Q love the Duggcr Hlgh ScHffl trub ho othgr school for us Wlll dv f wlll bqttl frr hp YQFL no b lcvwl 'O Y r n mc Thu Hlgh School of Black and Jcldcn hug 2 DUG5?R 'ESE ,CT,CJ If Mu vi it all the high S 'J VS in is ,H- , J , z e EQ I . qa , fit "QQl m'c! bgttq Q 5 e-t, A nn, 1-fl 11 Are tiYfj r .cwit?J" 1 t,. '11 U fi " ' ' to r lata ,ut ., C Q' tha, Duggcr High S 1 'l is tha k t. LS 5, tJ' h". a d fir 5 'fin - 3. SA' 'V ,. 'k t 1 bint. Am 'nsA' Q If when har T ag's - e,. 11,1 U I J ' A x ,K 7 t I ' k 'NL ' ' e 'r FJ A ' 9 -.L D, if a., 2 " , ' 1, FACULTY "T' CLARLNCL BTLGLMOLLLR rrlnclpal as and Ant 1 s Taught f physlcs- Motto They can conquer who be- Q lleve they can I JAMES RINGmR:T6ught gov and aeog A-J sponsorofmyss anaau IU Motto If a man asks you to go one m1le wxth h1m, go xlth hlm two HLLLN HOCHHADTER Taught ng Co sponsor Jr Class A B from I U and UHIV of Mlchlgan motto Flnd tongues 1n trees, books 1n runnang brooks, sermons 1n stones and good lf everythlng oLENOVIA WRIGHT Taught commerce Co sponsor Blue lfl B S I S T C Motto: Glve to the world the that you have and the be t come back to you JESSW IRONS Taught Latln nd Jr Classa B vltal ratlo The gu1dG common sense Taught soc1 l stud1es best wlll Eng Co sponsor motto Dux of lxfe 15 TOM LnAmAN B S from I S T C Motto Truth 15 both the shortest and the surest road 1n ov ry dmf f1culty LUTIL NEAL Taught 506101 A B from I S T C Motto True words, not always w1ns ONETA PIRTLL Taught mug lttendod I S T C Motto: Neot w1th trlumph ester and trout those two lmpos ters the some OLADYS MITCHELL Taught mu 1c,mng D1roctor of bend GHG glrl 'chorus B S from I o T C Motto Llfo 1S Just the employer, glves you hat you sk, but once you have set the ways, you must bear tho task studlos pretense ana sc and d1S ROLL CALL CHRIS WHITE: Taught shop 15 yrs. oxperxence attended I S T C Motto Of all sad words of tongue or pon tho saddest are these It m1ght have been EDN COYNLR T'ught b10 and chem Co sponsor class of 43 1 B, I U motto we l1ve by dm1rlt1on, hops, and lovo RUTH CURTIS T ught ph s ed hodlth, safety I S motto Youth' Youth' How buoyant urs thy hopes They turn llke mnrlgolds tow rd the sunny slde BDNT GOCDmnN Tuught nnth and sol nco ltt nded I S T C Lotto flsdom 1S often t1mes nearer when wo stoop then when O :JO !' v N DETRICK Fought homo oc C0 sponsor of xrom I Q 1 C 10 to poor pooror BONNIE BOUCH cl ss of '44 ndlng mukes tho Itught hlstory :otto There book to tuku no frlgutu l1ke a to 1 nds wuy 1EDRmeN OORL T ught sol Jr H1 B B couch I D T C otto Courogc 1S the com onost v1rtuo, s lf control the rarest DOROTHY DUGGBR T ught muelc and ll B S Cons of Iuslc, motto muS1C 18 funddmont l one of the grunt sourc s of llfe, hoolth, strength, nd h pp1ness H ROLD ncCnmnON T'U5ht lg , geo Kopt ttundanco record B from S T lotto L1VO nd le rn LLSIB PDM RDS pesch nd he fI'.Jm I S T Co otto Ind hurt them zny US T ught spoclul rlng thorupy B 3 s1lence shall not moto. 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J 5- 91 X 1 lx s cl bmluxards qvtfal O E SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In the fall of l939,one hund ed f1V6 F6CTU1tS reported to Unlon H1gh School as act1ve memb rs of the Freshman class All wer eager to learn everytklng they po s1blJ cou d of the h gh school Durlrg the v hree mem er J e 1n tl8tEd in ar f1V8 1n 1 U1 merb s ent to work 1n the mu 1C department, be r reor n ed 1U on Chorus, B s' Chtrus fdvar ed ohoru E nd, and Orca tra They did anf oroved to oe an asset to UUIOD I1gh School As sophomores th y an.zed unde the d1r ction of Mr Lerman, and the OfllC rs of The troop were Joe Hall, pres 1d nt Kenneth Uledso , V109 ore ldent and Evelyn Crabe secr tary treasur r As t L guldir motto they chose 'Un1ted x stand, dlvlded e f ll ' AS prool of thelr growing abil1ty thls year sever were 8CtlVS 1D Blue Trl, ten ln G a C ,seven in H1 Y and stlll oth rs r ported to th music department for duty is Juniors this class worked harder at thelr dutles than ever before They chose Kenneth Bledsoe, president, B1lly Joe Sweeney, vice-president, and Melba Reynolds, secretary treas urer to gulde +he1r activitles, v1th Miss Hochhalter and Mrs Sluder, sponsors I elected group presented nBashful Bobby', thelr jUDlOT play, which proved to be entertainlng for both actors and audlence Then as thelr flnal act of honor toward the enlcrs theg gave a receptlon, April l8, 1042 An evenlng 11 Havall, l'S theme, 111 not be forgotten by any of those who attend d In the1r final year as senlors they worked continually at thelr studles, th annual, and as l aders of the student body 1n th government's 1943 program for hlgh schools Grover 1 ndrlcks, president, George Putoff, vice presid nt, Madge Eurcn, secretary, and Wilma Sturgeon, treasurer were the of flC6FS who took charge They were proud of the sev n embers ln the Blue Trl, the eleven in G A C , the eleven ln Hi Y, and the large number ln all the branches of the muslc depart m nt Flnal v1ctory was theirs when the slxty n1ne seniors re C1lV9d their diplomas and reported to the world for active duty. They were ready to be recrulted at a new post and were ready to serve. -5- lyme- 'W E. ,egg , ,Jkhw Y' ' I .- L, A .5 -1 . . e v, A . 2 1 1 Qual' i Q . '. user 2 .4 T- Q ver ' 1 ' gixh G,!.C. -rd ' ' H'-Y. M1 ' 1 er we ' SJ, ..'f . i,s - ese t ' Beci ers' 1- 1 Q - xl L .1 f og' 'a , H . -c ' .s, 1 I es' , rot organize as freshmen oft worked hard throughout the ear 1 .. A Q L.- " E ' - .4 . 1 .e org' ' , r n ' e . . " e , . - - ' e : - . -e ' -A s' - : as e - - e . Li'r ' .g ' me ' ' ' w a ,' ' D ' ' . ' . u h . . . . . .,. . '.. ' 4' -:A za a , 1 Nr wa I . . ' O ' . 1 1 u J Q ,- I - . . s A . . . . . SI .J I . I . H . . L 5- . . . v x 'W' Q ' ' e e ' e A ' . Ie ' - e ' V . e m . O a U 0 . . " . A . . '- SH -1 I .fig SENIOR CLASS ROLL CALL 'b PAGE 1 now 1 CLEFT T0 RIGHT, GRDVER HENDRICKS2' gy u F B lyr , W1 Y Zyrs Glee club 1 yr , Pep club 3yrs , Class Pres sy ,'43 Motto: Better to be early than be late, first th re, first served GEORGE PUTOFF Wlthdrawn MADGE BURCu: Glee club 2yrs ,G A C 1 yr Annual staff Motto A wlnner never quits and a quitter never wins WILMA JEAN STURuEONx Glee club 4yrs , G A C Byrs A-H 1 yr ,Pep club Zyrs ,annual staff Sr class Treas ,Rep Stat Choral Festival Motto: Life is a game Will you play it? ROSETTA ABRAM: Glee club L yrs , G A C lPres L2 431 Lyrs ,Blue TriCTr as 42J3yrs Peo club fSec Treas 42 L33 lyr , Jr Play, annual s+aff, Rep State Choral Festival Motto:Our aim s v1ctor , 1n the battle of llfe MARJORIE ARNOLD lyr , annual staff at first you don't suc try agaln ELL 1 A C CSec A2 43, 3 yrs , Blue Glce club Motto: If ceed try, BETTY 3FU yrs , Rep S+ t Choral Festlval, fnnual staff, St8t1C staff 3 yrs lotto To do som thlng worthwhile today 1 som +h1ng accomplished for tomorrow '-IELEN BESHI HES: flee cluo A frs ,P p club 4 yrs , Rep Stst CFCTEL Fes+1val, an- nual stuff lotto Onvard and up- w rd KENNETH BLEDSOE2 B B 2yrs , Tr clas pres , Hi Y 2 yrs MLRCUERITE BLEDSOE lotto Do unto others s you would have th m do unto you v.b HELEN BLUE Glee club 3 yrs ,camera l yr ,L H 2 yrs Motto Face the facts HAROLD BOONE F1 Y A yrs , glee club A yrs Pep club 1 yr ,Rep State Choral t1val Motto Do your best first and the best will return ROW 3 CARL BROWN Motto If at fir t you don't suc- ceed, try, try again MARJORIE BRAZZELL Transferred RUBY BRYCEa Annual staff Motto Th most un- devclop d t rrltory 15 und r your STEPHEN BURKE yrs , yr , Base B , lyr , Pep club yr OLIVE? BUTLER ithdrawn RUBV CAMPBELL: Glee club 1 yr student sales manag r, 4 H 2 yrs , annual staff votfo Rem mber aft r darkness comes l15ht ROW A EVELYN COLEMAN 31 yrs LESTER CROOKS: Hi Y A yrs motto Live and learn Student an g r A yrs dl Y '43 Mo+to:Be alert rd cheerful NIRILYN ELLRICK: Blue Trl 3 yrs , C 3 yrs ,Jr Play,ul e club ll yrs ,Orch 3yrs Cen ra club 1 yr annual stuff, Rep State Choral Fe fival, 4 H 1 yr Nottot I+ 1S easier to b critical th n correct TOY FLESHER G A.C Byrs , ulee club 3yrs ,L H 3 yrs Motto: Row, don't drift CEOR IANNA FULLER: l club 1 yr Motto: Do all the good you can 1n all the ways you cln ws long as ever you can o o . Q 0 O 0 40 "' o Q Q " I 0 o 0 u 1 u so o A 2 . . 1 63 .- . , o , , ' 44. Res' I I . . b . , , .,- A o 0 J 0 o o 5 ' . 0 ' ' n Q - n u . 2 S . fs ' O o o o o oy 4 " 9 O . , , 0 Q - 5 523 - : S IE . . 'N o o " C 5 5 ' hat. A 3 , ,,, ,..B.B.3 .F.B.1 . . . 5 . . - , A . 1 Q ' s VT F ,gs . Q , . v 0 I rn , o o . , - - A 4 . 1 u ' - up . If ' l . xv L Ez ". Q 1 -I , , . 1 L I : In .J 2 if JU 'rv 3. , - , 1-f' 0 1 .. ' 7 '5 . ' 1 A v. - v ' ' 21 4 ' ? .VY 0 . .4 a C ' 'V' . N P, o o 0 n ' ' o ' ' ' . Cf .. Trl Ksec. 435 Zyrs., glee club 4 JERRY DELPHS . 1 ' o 4 wb Q m fl Q 0 - U1 Q ' . 0 7 . .. u 1 R. ' Q -1 , - I T 1 N : - .EZ l '--A . , . - fi f U S U, , ,f o N-1.4-u 4 0 o . ' . N' C s i" .' . . ,, ' 'fu 1..r'3 ., ' ' . . , In ,J . I . 43 1 ' . 1 . . S 1 " . , .. ii .' .15 .-h 0 1 -' ' S . 1 L' Q 2 lg' ' ' a "VU ' 4 3 . X n.. o , r ' -1 I v 4 , o o o 0 "' 0 fn o U 0 S Q U ' 1 ' I G ' u fs , . 11 L, -I U .g u CEE .. Q : . A f IL 2 Z1 , ' ,. 1 r r .Vg .4 . C . .I - K flvflfkgdfffi! W Kfivlll at Sufju Hillman ' if 41" f"'i?i.!".,:2"f gflfld giikllil X lil? K- L .45 :nz 1:4111 BENIURS 1943 dirarzv Q- :Waka Elu I Ulf! 451 47f"'d"'m'1 Mnnary ina wa smyarzz Mm!! Emu inalam 711 ff.: ' 11: 1' 10.11 1 Hzrrrn 15 Vu: na: 111111, A Q x Q1 S F 5 ., x J X X XJ U' " 'J 1 ', I I I I 1 uyifplllr P 147' 7 - IP 1 1- . ' ' A I 'M-?f'3:2'-lii ff H -'iifrfizn la N ' I Vifiiiiuf-'55 mga ' J n s. l Q Q Q- ' . x ' 1 X .f N , L 4, ' . ' . ' I , 1 0 ' ' A Erawrz 1r1Z hazzdf Buflzr Wuiy iaagainif 1 A s- C : . 0 is . . s. . 7 ' 'Y' a I' I . J jf 'V I Q s ,,, ' ' i 1 5, . ' ,1 , 5 ' 1 - j N f .N , ' U 9 A I "' S 7 11- '- B s f .':'- A -fm.-J' JI 1 , : L 5 'zu :, fr' :I ' . :. Mis ' ' 1. ROW 5 BERT FUZESI Motto: Do or die KATHERINE GADBERRY Glee club 1 yr , annual staff hmtto: He who transplanted sus talns DOROTHY GOODMAN Blue Trl 2 yrs , G A C 2 yrs 4 H KJr Leader 2 yrs I4 yrs Motto A word to the w1se 18 unnecessary LORETTR GOODWIN: Pep club 2 yrs motto we pass only for what we are worth, so why not act yourself ROSLMRRY GOOD IN, Glee club 2 yr , 4 H l yr , motto tlwoys wmth the books' I m here for fun EUGENE GRnHnn B B 4 yrs ,B B l yr ,H1 Y 2 s Glee club 4 yrs ,Jr Play, nnual Do unto others s you would have them do unto you R01 6 BRUCE GRUB UGH F B 2 yrs. otto It 18 better to be prepared thun repu1rod NNIE HALL Glee club l yr otto: Don't be llove unyth1ng you hear nd only half you see. JOE HALL F B 2 yrs B.B 2 yrs H1 Y 4 yrs Glee club l yr notto Be lert and cheerful ELINOR HUNT R Glee club 3 yr , Jr Play, nnual staxf. motto Never say ofn't u1w'ys say try HJRIRUTH HUTChINSONa Glee club 1 yr nnu 1 staff Lotto: Chwrm StP1kLS tho slght, but morlt W1Ha tho soul BILLY HUXs F B 1 yr otto Do unto others Cs you would h Vo them do unto you PAGE 2 ROW l JOE HUX Service, Navy BILLY IRONS 7 - 1Ei 3s 'Si-L. Motto He e1ther d1d or didn't Uvm JUNIOR IRONS: Jr Lotto He 61th6P d1d or dldn't 9 AGNES JOHNS: Motto Love all, trust few, lways 1 peddle your own canoe. BEVERLY JONES Blue Tr1 3 yrs G A C 3 yrs ,band 2 yrs ,Orchestra 2 yrs ,Pep club 4 yrs , Jr Play, Glee club 1 yr annual st ff motto Pol1teness 18 to do and say the k1ndest thlng 1n the k1ndest way ROBLRT KLENE Gloe club 4 yrs ,B B 1 yr , F B 1 yr , H1 Y lyr , Pep club 2 yrs J Pl y otto Don't do today wh t you cun put off untll to morrow ROW 2 DORIS KRUG C cv1C6 Pres 42 43 3 yrs , Blue Trl Pres 431 3 yrs ,Pep club 1 yr ,Glee club lyr , nru l ed 1tor motto Onward nd upward. BILLY LOVELTCE H1 Y 1 yr lotto Well tlmed lance h s more eloquence than speech CL. UDL mcCz LJLON Motto 4 w tch pot never bo1ls nfx wmcnmmon N1thdruwn HULETI' L1cNEJ 2 yrs Jr Pl y Lotto f at f1rst you don't succeed, try, try Ag 1n ROW 3 PBUL LLLKS motto Do not g1V6 up but go on. CH RLLS LEEKS F B 3 yrs nbtto Never 51V6 up LILLIAD ILLER 4 H 2 yrs , Glee club 4 yrs , Pep club 2 untll tod y JAM S yrs Motto Never put off tomorrow :hat you can do OODY rs Pop club 2 rs M tto Flght to the flnish ,fd ,,,',r" 2 17.1 Af! sr 5, iggzi ff-V -4 f 111- I- I 3.7.-4 -J ., . 6 . . . '-Qgffij 4 O ' 0 N ' ' 5, s QV s - J ., V 5 - - git '- o 0 o off- f - - foe 'iii'-' . f xcfiif g 0 3 ' 'fi X s B 53 o o s s o ' ' 3 g Q Q Q, q . o 0 0 0 o . 0 0 s . ' 0 0 1 " 0 at I 5' 0 it 6 . . . . . 'T' " LL' - " . 3 L- .. ' g ' g c u Q n 0 0 1A at . 3 Q . Q ." 0 0 ra C- 0 5 ' V 11,1 Z1 " ' ' o Q 0 a I 0 D' yr g Q u Q 'E staff, Rep. State festivol.motto: WLYN KING:-Service ' C. 3 0 Gul-o 0 ' ' o ' , Q S4 .'M o 0 .1 'Z u o 23 1 tl ' 0 9 A.. 3 ' , 1: 5 Ll A 7 'Q ' 0 ' . 2 4:5 2 ." 0 Tl Z 1 ' Si' a At. " ' r- ' . A . 71 - x J' I -' V 3 3 L 'H 0 . .- 7- , - I, A o o o 0 ' o 'Au U F 5' . . ,- ll .xl S a 2 . F.B. 0, Q L. o JL' 3 I E : ' ' Q, . 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" , FQBQ 3 y 0 3 ' Y Q 3 ' 3 o A-:xpmry NORP IS: 5721 Glee club 1 yr , Pep club 2 yrs , L H 2 yrs Motto'The worst could be better, but the best could be worse WAYNE PHILLIPS F B 1 yr , Pep club l yr Motto: Always be prepared ROW 4 WENOBAH PIGG Glee club 1 yr Motto People are like cider, sweet nough until lt is time to work RALEIGH RANARD, Jr n1n MELBI REYNOLDS Blue Tri 3 yrs G I C 3 yrs ,Glee club Bi yrs , Pep club 2 yrs ,L H 2 yrs , cla s Sec Troas Q41 42 , Rep State choral festlval, nual staff Motto Don't try to keep ahead of the one behlnd you, but try to pass the one ahead of on SALLY RISINGER Glee cluh A yrs band 2yrs Orch A yrs Pep c1ubCPres 1 yr M yr Rep State choral fostlval, J Play Notto Do unto others before they do unto you RALPH ROWE F B Ayrs B B 3 yrs , Hi Y l yr Motto Go forth and return with v1ctory BETTY SELLERS Glee club 1 yr , annual staff Motto Onward ever,backward never ROW 5 AREATHA STANLEY: Glee club 4 yrs. Rep. State chor- al festival. Motto: Smile and the world smiles with youg weep nd you weep alone. -3- JUNIOR STOREY Motto Watch yourself, if you don't somebody else w1l1 BILLY SWBENEYz F B 2 yrs B B 1 yr , Glee club 4 yrs ,Hi Y 2 yrs Jr Play,Orch. l yr Motto:Be alert and cheerful at all times EVELYN TERHUNE Glee club 4 yrs , Pep club 3 yrs G A C 2 yrs 4 H 2 yrs, Rep State choral festival Motto: Or lginate, don't imltate ROBFRT USREYs as you would have them do unto you MELB1 J VlUGl1T Glee club 1 yr ,L H 2 yrs Motto Be prepared R 6 AELVIN WALTERS 2 yrs B B Res 2 yrs 2 yrs JICK TEST F B 2 yrs Hi Y 2 yrs Pep club 3 yrs Jr Play Motto Ilways keep ahead of the guy beh1nd you It mlght be O11VGP HERMIN YHITMIN Motto Never say die MIRY ISF Glo club L yrs annual staff,Rep St te choral festlval Motto Be W1S9 today, you don't know how foolish you may be tomorrow ROBERT IOLFE Glo: club 4 yrs Rep State choral festival, Pep club 2 yrs. Hi Y 2 yr.Jr. Play, annual staff.Motto:A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. JAMES WRIGHT: Motto: Do or die. ff .Q A . ,S X- s. 3 ff27.'Z5e,.7 - - ' fs' - - - ' - :QNQ 1 ,.. y o . A 1 s o Q a , an B o ' ' ' - - 0 D 0 1 0 'Q ' . . I .2 Y 2 . . n 2 u 4 o og ' 0 3 . U ' Q , . o . . U Motto: A stitch in time saves F.B. 1 yr. Motto: Do unto others ' e. . .1 - 3 o n 0 Xl 0 Q ,A 0 I- : 0 S 0' 0 " , U , ' an- 0- ' ' T 2 I . BoBo o a o Q o FoBc o y . x Z 2 . 2 0 0 Q ' 0 1 v Q 0 0 0 ' 0 : 5 e Q u 9 9 . ' 1, ' r. - a , g 2 - x .: "4 2 S Q J, 3 ' I W fi o 0 o 0 o u ' u Xe U : a . 0 I s 2 0 o o vu tg 2 ' . T ' l A a I w an 11l1f Jr 115 'Zia HZ 5111.7 Zia:-1: ffl? E111 jnzbzz if Q5 qlferzvadl F144 1 -iff iff:-5 97414155 Wamznfk 7.1112 4114.-'P EENIURS 1943 f rms B c fy Zwzs ahah .7174 axzzzua Jun J' .ZAJYII if Qdzllra Qfgwlls ,Sally Wlildglf' 51121211 Wm qu- Svelyu J Uzrlaa Wlfdf fllfrzy Hia-rzwz Yxlblmzz 9114111 wuz kuhrf M110 I I K 2 7 uf as- Safari mah J mm? 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SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the seniors of '43, realizing that anythlng may hap- pen 1n tlme of war, that those of the supposedly flrmer sex are merely wa1t1ng until a number is called, and that each day takes more of the once called weaker sex awaw from the DOSS1bl11tl8S of common home life 1nto tie defense work, do hereby wrlte, affirm, sign, and seal this our las wlll and testament at Union Hlgh Schoo1,th1s llth day of January '43 To the school we leave the pleasant memories of many hap- py days spent here, hoping that those who follow may profit 'rom some of our experl nces To the faculty we bequeath our thanks for thelr attempt make the most of what they had To the Juniors we leave the front rank, hoplng that you may f1ll lt 41th dlgnlty exams carry tren th to endure the many the sophomores we leave that are headed your way the freshmen we leave on the flght For th ee more y ars courage ard iet rmlnatlon to the JUHIOT hlgh we 1 ave an automatic vacancy at the end of th lin so th t you may galn your desire to become regular hlgh school memb rs I, Ruby Bryce, Wlll my freckles to L st r Irons I, Joy Fleshtr, will my flng r nalls to Maxln Chambers I, Rosetta Abram, wlll my blue ye to Mary Ellen Borders We, Wllma Sturgeon and 1olba Reynolds, will our Hays with the boys +0 Vary Allce Bledsoe and Mary Ellen Borders I, Eugene Graham, wlll my brown halr to Ira Jatklns I, Bllly Lovelace, do hereby wlll my abildty to drive ulth on hand to Jack Spencer I, Narylln Ellrlck, do h reby will my fr nkn ss to Joan Pat en I, Betty Sell rs, vill my tvping ablllty to Irma Barrett I, Joe Hall, wlll y b1l1ty 1 LHgl1Sh +o P193 Hochhalter I, Grov r H HdP1CkS, do h eby vlll my midnight rides to Paul Rev re I, Elinor Hunter, I, Helen Beshers, Keene I, Doris L Krug, Ellen Borders I, Ruby C mwbell, JUn1OT wko has the Job I, Margori Arnold, V111 my dlmpl s to any on who rants the attractive markings helba Vaught, will my abllity to che: gum fd'l1I'll'1b class, any on who can kt p up 11th my pace Madge Burch, will my shortness to Joan Patton oltherlne adberry, will my alertness to N183 hochhalter Sally Ris1nger, w1ll my J ck Baldwin to Carol HUtChlHSOD Wlll wlll my tvpln +0 Jack Baldwln my 'alwaysn whlte shoes t Betty wlll my p0SltlOH a h st llbrarlan to Mary will my abllity as student manag r to the next year I, Paul seeks, do hereby w111 my red halt to any one who would llke to have lt ' N r' lf! 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Betty Norris, will my curly hair to Richard Dicks Jane Terhune, do hereby will my 8b11ltV 1D chemistry to Ira Watkins and Stanley Lewis I, Lillian Ruth Miller, will mv ability to sing high pprane to Doris Climer I, Areatha Stanley, having nothing to will, will lots of nothirg to everyone I, Mariruth Hutchinson, will my ability tight soueeze to any Junior havirg scotch Wayne Phillips, will my arf in welding Harold orne, will my ability to blush Betty Bedvell, will m dignified avs to Ruth Poppe William Joseph Sweeney, will my arguing ability to Miss Hochhalter I, iulett McNew, will a lot of nothing to everyone I, Robert Keene, do her by bequeath my ability to sing t Ward's c n ry I Robert Wolfe, bestow mv influence over ll Democrats in Sullivan County to Mr Ringer Dorothy Goodman, will my literary work to Norma Goodman Beverly Jones, will my quick temper to Phyllis Herndon Loretta Goodwin, will my quietne s to H rgrret Shoup Robert Usrey, will my ability in weldin to anyone who desires to take it I, Junior Storey, will my art ability to Steve Burke I, Bruce Edward Grubaugh, hereby bequeath my ability t get mad to Tom Leaman I, Georgeanna Fuller, will my heart to a stage door canteen I, Raleigh Renard, will m typing ability to anyone who is short-handed and f + I, to g t out of a ancestors to Leoral Smith to Miss fri ht Carl Brown, will Cl ude McCammon, Helen Blue, will Kenneth Bledsoe, underclassmen I, Ros mary Goodwin, will my tallnes to Orv l.Reynolds I, Agnes Johns, will my good marks in English to anyone can do better We, Junior and Willie Irons, will our hunting ability Aaron Woodward We, Jim Moody and Jack west, will our intellectual knowl in shop to Red Holland and Goose G dberry I, Annie Mae Hall, will my b1l1t to day dream to any fortunate junior having the same trait I, Bill Hux, will my bility to talk to anyone who can find nythlrg to falk about I, Ralph Powe, 1111 my alertne s to di s Hochhalter I,Charle Meeks,w1ll my art appr ci tion to Iaxine Chamb rs I, Jerry Delph, will my 3SS1StJUt athletic managership to anyone who rants lt I, Margarete nl dsoe, will my shortnes to Areatha Chambers 10 my ability in boxing to Bill Burris will my English +o Miss Hochralt r my bashfulln s to Phylll Herndon will ry f8VO1ltF spot in the tall o e who d e Ull- I, , I . . . . . 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U X " J A 0 - - ,Tins -: : ' QA S offhh -ful .. klf Sl 5 'cf At.-Lk Kewkh Q'-J Karl Coyner' r snug PROPHECY It was the month of August, 1953, and I was beglnnlng aqj' very welcome vacation from my tlring workas beauty operator in a Hollywood dlqtF1Ct During the past years I had filled many appolntment w1+h actresses of the M G N studlo where Hulett McNew was a fllm director On many OCCGSIOHS I had been fortunate enough to have lunch with three LL mer lass- they landed in California for a fev hours' stop Bwl pilot, Bob a co-p11ot, and Margorle, stewardess on a L o port plane It was the first day of my vacation and what a spl day it was turning out to be I was having lunch V1 three classmates and in the course of conversatlon they vited me to accompany them to see Carl Brown defend championship boxlng title that evening WWe have been invlted to attend the wedding dinner ln honor of Bruce Grubaugh and Georgianna Fuller ln the fore evenlng after whlch, the whole party is planning to go to the boxing match, Margorie informed me, "won't you please come, Betty9' n0f course she wll U Bob chlmed ln, nreservations are already made for the four of us N 'I'd be glad to,n I accepted nlt wlll be great to meet some of the classmate I wond r what has become of all of them W 'Well,' Bob remarked, WI hear Jane Terhune 15 now Mr Wayne Philllps and +hey are livlng happll, on those peace ful Hawaian Islands Jane was forgettable war and Wayne was statloned on the lslard When were both so lnfatuated with that after they exchanged vow their home there N After thls sllght introduct1on to the classmates of 43, each of us began recalling blts of news about dlfferent mem- bers of that class Billy then offered his information, nSome of the class members decorated for bravery during those trying war days were Ralph Rowe, James Moody and Joe Hux. After the boys re- turned home they decided to settle down and married Lillian Miller, Anna Mae Hall and Melba Vaught. All live in or near Dugger and are prospering from the auto industry there. 'Marjorie, what has become of your two close friends of high school days-Ruby Campbell and Catherine Gadberry?W I inquired. WOh, those two girls are still as inseparable as they were. They are co-operators of the nBell-Gad' Ladies' Shop in Indianapolis. I received a letter from them this week. They informed me that Steve Burke is now governor of In iana and is married to Dorothy Goodmang serving with him are - 11 - ndid h my h1s there as a nurse 1n that un sergeant of an army d1V1SiOH they met after the war they the loveliness of the place s they decided to then make X 'TI' 'afi kevin . . . Qg, J . I 1 L re s is I 0 - y.. ' C' 14 f 2 C in 5 matesg Marjorie Arnold, Billy Lovelace, and Bob Wolfe as Lzhx v ' 1 05 fy "rad a u , ... .4. . D ' ' ' tri s- O I 'e . v't . ' in- O . I 1? 0 9 "! D "' ' . A ' s. . U . . W - fra ' 'K ' . . ,srfff a James Wr1ght, lieutenant governor and Johnny West state treasurer NI always knew those Union boys would rise to fame and speaking of fame, did you know that Robert Keene now has his name listed in The Hall of Fame as a great phllosopher? Just lately his engagement t Marguer1te Bledsoe was announced,' I continued, WI suppose you knew Rosetta Abram was now Mrs Gene Graham They're livlng on a large farm near the1r home town, and have three lovely children W After many attempts at join1ng 1n the dlSCUSSlOD, Marge and I finally permitted Bob to particlpate agaln WYou haven't mentloned Joe Hall and Betty Sellers were marrled the Chrlstmas fO1lCW1Hg graduatlon, and are now liv1ng at Scotchtown where Joe is contractor of the Underground tunnel belng bu1lt at Busseron H15 cmployees of the class of '43 are JUDIOF Storey, Bill Hux, and Ferman .h1tm8H ' 'What has become of Dorls Krug" I ask d B1 ly nOh d1dn't you know'N I exclalmed, she attended col ege Hlgh Alma Home most Pal: re and 15 now one of the most 6ff1Cl6nt llbrarlans Unlon School has ever had Also on the t 3ChlWg staff at old Mater are Betty Norrls, COMmCPClal, Venonah Plgg, Economlcs, and Rob rt Usrey, Shop L1 ted among the promlnent marr1ago annoxnofnents 1S that of your old Bob, Harold Boon and Pcs vary Goodlln Ib y have Just nSpeak1ng of boueymocn rs renln n if Bob and Margor 1 s secret H ve they told you f helr e V 5 montqn Bllly asked me nNot word,H I lmlttcd urpru edly Please accept my heartiest congratulatlons I WlSh you all the happ1ness in the world N Blushlng timldly Marjorle thanked me, h1l Bob hurrldoly turned the COnV9FS3tlOU b ck to our cl ssmates nI'm sure you remember Grover Hendrlcks, the el ctriclan for our junlor play, Betsy h 1S a shar holder of the Continent wide E1CCtP1CQ1 Corpor t1on HIS work takes him to all parts of the Unlted States, so he has never thought of s ttllng down 'He wouldn't,W commented Billy, Whe's all for fun W WFun,' laughed Bob, nlarge and I really had our sha e, Broadway Goodwin them af Ellrlck Evelyn Coleman 1S a spprano for the Netropolltan Opera Company W 'It was qulte exclting talklng to the glrls of exper e ces they have had since their gradu tion from Dugger,n added Marjor1e uI'd call that shaking hands with V183 Fame,W commen e B11ly 'Speaking of fame you are surely aware that Agnes Johns 18 now the leading lady in the most popular movie of the 12 a few weeks ago when 1n New York We attended the show1ng where Melba Reynolds, Mary WISE and Loretta are leadlng ladles 1n a f1ne play 'h1le t lking to ter the performance, they informed us that Marilyn 18 a famous p1an1st doing concert work ln the c1ty 2 1 . 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C . - .. year She has t ken the place of Claudette Colbert in many peoples' view Her husband, Ralelgh Renard, is her make-up art1st,W I inform d them, Wand wlth equal fam comes the popular quartet compos d of Sally Rislnger, Elinor Hunter, Wllma Sturgeon and Marlruth, who broadcast weekly over U H S on the natlon 1 hook up Wilm and Mariruth are married to Kennefh Bledsoe and Billy Irons Kenny lS announcer end Bllly handles the controls of the same sta tlons N urely we h ven' oft out anyone in our discussion, offered Margor 'o t if we lntend to get to the boxlng match to nlght we shlll h ve to leave now and spend the rest of the evenlng g tt n r mdy Won't lt be a thrilling perlenceqn I n ed not r lon the Joy of the meeting The dinner party conslst d f Mr and Mrs Lester Crooks, Mr and Mrs Bllly Sweeney, Hr nd Mrs Jerry Delph, Mr nd Mrs Oliver Butler, and Mr and Mrs Fuzesi The WIIGS are the former Helen Besheres, Ruby Bryce, Beverly Jones, Areatha Stanley and Madge Burch After we W re t d 1D the large audl to U ze around W se Jr Irons, Chqrl s crlum and hid time nl Pwul Meeks, and rl's m nager, Jullrr Irons, the the program board ue fvunl D ul Ne ks to CLmkDmCmmm, oe f1meJMv tlmekeep r Cha s P eks Nas th reft In the last f W minutes of th br th ess fourth round, IG were feellng so often felt ln school sk tball some Thls to tak taxl to on of th f shlonable c f s downtown n to cur SuTpTlSQ Mr an Mrs Melvln fulters were th well known propreltors Mrs alters 13 th form r Joy Fl Sher Of ll th pl asure I got from my V3CQtllH those few hours of PGm1DlSClH over the class of '43 wlll always re maln most preclous Carl len V etorj n f tc Q qu S very much 1U th Jcyous splrlt N6 days fOl1ON1H 4 Sulllv n Dugg r b splrlt Stlll prevulllnb re dGCldGd 13 -'Jf-23' alll' 1 F15 xx f' . a . ,, . 173,-r. . 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A Q V I 1 f Q f"sa:v Agile SENIORQ IN REVIEW are dignified SSUIOTS now, e started to school in thlrty one Ye've certainly b en a loyal class And ve've alweys h d a lot of fun ve supported Un1on's ball teams Te ve taken parts in plays e ve tried to s1ng our school to fame, Ind helped in many other ways We toot d horns lh the band, Ve've pulled the bow across the string e typed, we've read, we've worked, We've made the hulls of Unlon rlng tried to give you red hot news the Static every week, you do not thlnk we' done our best, 15 now to late to speak leave our dear old UDIOH And we'1l graduate at last, Remember us in the future As you've done in years gone pest 14 - If-kr 'Q ffmslj wee? Qgf" A P 1 infix J K 1 We ' rj ' ,, . Y . ra . , , W - a . We' W ' , I ' ' . W ' ' X 0 .i ' . W-'ve 1' . ' c . U 9 T?e've In - ' If ' ve It ' , We ' I JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY The draftees who filled the third rank had Just sixty three who answered roll call, but they cheer fully assumed all responsibilities placed upon them and eagerly looked forward to the comlng year when they could show their colors on the senior front where action would be lntense and dlfflcult Keep- ing step with the regular training of educational requirements and at the same time meeting the vic tory drive deman s prov d no easy matter, but the group was industrious and managed to accomplish these tasks with apparent ease and proved their The officers elected by the class were Glenn Daniels, president, Gale Smith, vice president, and Mary Ellen Borders, secretary treasurer The class advanced steadily under the excellent leadership of the co-sponsors, Miss Hochhalter, Miss Detrich, and Mrs Irons Nine from this class were placed in seven 1n the G I C , and seven 1n the were also a large number from this band, orchestra, and choral groups Looklng back ov r the three years from the t1me hat they entered h1gh school as green Wfreshles' the progress whlch they had made could easily be seen With the help of Mr Leaman the class was first organized during their sophomore ye r and Glenn Daniels was president, Ir Watkins was vice pres1dent,and Phyllls An rson W s secr tary treas urer R gardless of the bruises which they ree lved the class engoyed the skating party Jhich they sponsored during their second ye r in Ylgh scmool Th t year they selected the rcse for their class flower and set up the motto, NGo forth and return with victoryn, to guide them The enrollment, which steadily eighty nine in the fresh an year to the second year, and to sixty three in no way hindered the enthusiasm of the Blue Tri H1 Y There group in the decreased from seventy six 1n in the junior, this group. - 15 - 5 : 5 0 ages r J ' I . aft' 'en 1 O - if , 4 I nf? . . . 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L 4.114 53.515 5 Q QL as 1' sf ROW Ifleft to right, R 1+ Junior Bohnert Wllma McClellan George Deckard June A Miller Paul Ammerman Leona Mooney Leola Pigg Betty Reeves Bob Swan Charlotte Bedwell Leo Bedwell Pauline Klrk Ralph Kendall ROW 2 Carol Hutchinson Bob Goldman Nary G Phillips B111 Lewellyn Becky Adams Clarence Richardson June Butler Bob Bedwell Naomi Plgg Terry Byrne Doris Cliver Bob Hacker Pauline Denman ROW 3 Morris Walters Kathyrn McCammon Kyle Butler Norma Worth Melvin Wilkes Ruth Graham Carl Edds Wanda McCammon Richard Wolfe Wilma Rhodes Phillip Davies Gladys Boone Charles Coleman Norma Bailey Charles A Walters Mary hcCammon Orval Reynolds Doris Swabg Henry Hoesman Pauline Edmondson Gilbert Delph Betty Krug Raymond Corbln Norma Beadle James Beadle Virginia Christy ROs S Isreal McClanahan Maude E Ashburn Charles Stringer Imogene Houston Bob Ranard Reva Goodman Donald Davls Elsie Moody Donald Gamblll Bertha Canada George NcNew Dorls Esllnger Tommy Taylor ROW 6 Floyd Flesher Hubert Burch Norman Pucket Cleo Reoder Jack Risinger Denny Shake James Swan Gilbert Everhart Jack Chubb Raymond Bedwell Lester Irons Lloyd Turpin Tommy Harrison SDPHDMDRE CLASS 9 BESSURQ 9 SA' 3:35 B HPRPEB 98351 BBREEREERSEMP S212 3 SL 0395 9 BRS FRESHMAN CLASS 9259292 32555059 Eg0i85EP33iQ EESQBESSEQQS Q- s .. 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L4 U QSS -1 . 5 -2 M.: 1 5 , FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY In the year of 1940 the class of '46 made their f1rst appearance at Union When they were junior hlgh members, there were Just seventy n1ne enroll ed, but they were proud to be at Union and soon a dopted the school's splrit During the f1TSt year in jUHl0P high, twelve members were lost, lowering the enrollment came to take up there were only smallest class trled, however, ment by showlng to slxty seven, and when the time the work of the freshman class sixty one pupils left Th1S was the ln the hlgh school thls year They to make up for thelr small enroll a good splrlt They placed members ln all branches of the mus1c department there were flV6 ln glrls' chorus, S1X ln boys' gle club, eight ln band, and ten ln the orchestra Thelr ablllty as leaders was FSCOgH1Z d by the different organlzatlons and one glrl from their group was accepted lnto G.A.C. and two boys into Hi Y, The class omitted electlon of officars, but they readily showed thelr eagerness to meet all hlgh school requirements satisfactorlly. 19 - Ki?-,. V 6 -'ig ff' sz ' cEg? . nm, . 'S' I O U 1 0 , I . . . 8 . . w 0 . . . , f . 8 I 0 F3 Qafsixigsg targgiir-f'-up ful Q1 E! Row 1 QFrom le J F Abram Gladys Heuer ckson Bllly Hampton Norma mason James Roohsberry xarlan voocward max Boone Row ll Jack Waddell Betty Sllrers Harry hlll ms Bonnle C dwell Alumb ugh Weldon Plea Mable Gr y Jack Horn msrgaret Klng Rlch rd Johns Bern ru G dberry ld Smath Doyle Hazel Don Rod lll Ada Headley max fP1LSt Norme Horgln Billy Rensrd Betty Bradley B111 Horrlson Norma rlgg Bob marlowe Ruth Krug Bllly Grlfflth ft to rlghtj fan - iQ - if fi Betty Keene ulnfred Robertson B ty Sc es Row 1V Phllllp Bl nd vllmp Bedwell Ike Besher s Cornle Goodmen W jne Bl K Beul h N1ll1S P ul Klrkmln Betty Bonhert 4ud6 Bedw ll Len h lt FS J ck Beldv1n Thclm. Butl r Junlor Owens Row V Alphe Bledsoe Bob Jennlngs Betty FUZvS1 B111 Nlchols Betty Crltchfleld Jlllltm Kennedy Cherlotto Ashcreft Hubert Burrls Ruth moody Tommy Ternune Alethf nmmermun wllfred LoW1S Belvl Chlmbers :,. . e R 6 P . P .. E EFR 1 X -h ' ft E' T ii! ,gf r . 3 I Lf ---5 15. M'5.'f '-1?-I 'I 'lb 1g Q.. qgypvwsge ,.g QL- W gf 2 'TFI mi Q gpg 15,r QM! . '- W. -,W 3 fj f3SV,.,Emm -Q53 gf - H ' no i:nr+.es u fl Q 'zflfil ,:-":. - ' ' ' ',Y 'FT' - ,"J 5 Q LW SQ , A'N 55 Q Q . A q , .c, . f Qui 'f sr f A fg Q f 4: 47? 'ffw' 531 , a ,Q Q. fff+ f 4wJ 75 9: ' C1J 0 0 Ly' ' ' 7. 'V C be ul V -4 ' N4 T V. ' - U , 'f- H y as J L1 G . 1 M Z. . " eia LL ' ' ' a , , , f . , . Q u - ' M Q 5 ' t. 'L L. J Q W. ' " a.. ' w ' ' Q J . e y . ' :- Q .I Y L ., E1 , a . SEVENTH GRADE HISTORY we ,2 55 This year sixty nine students from the elementary trainingg' 4 fields took their place on a battle front, Union Soon after thedkn J opening of school new students took the places left by stu dents, who for various reasons, were transfered to other fronts of the seventh grade troops Man from this class were active in band, orchestra, and on the basketball team During the past summer many of the girls had joined the 4 H club, so they took up active duty in this organ ization Both boys and girls had a ambition to be in the junior high choir under the supervision of Miss Dugger When advancements were made these students worked hard for they wanted to be ready to fill the vacancies left by the eighth graders and they also looked forward to the time when they would be freshmen working in a more advanced fleld of training EIGHTH GRADE HISTORY Cn August 28, 1942 eighty students enrolled in the eighth grade This number showed that fourteen members of the class had moved to new fields since they had first enrolled During the year several more were transfered and some gave up the train1ng, but the enlistment of four from other lines brought the total to sev enty eight Some members of the class found places 1n the junior high choir, LPH club, athletics, orchestra, and band Two boys especi ally were alr-minded and wanted to be in the Air Corps Most of these students worked hard on thelr lessons, for they hoped to wear freshman shoes next year EIGHTH GRADE ROLL CALL Row l lLeft to rightl Robert Barr Thelma Walters Wayne Lewellyn Becky Campbell Thomas Cliver Dottie Cobb James Brewer Marilyn Cuillin Dick Borders Margaret Hendricks Junior Gallegher Lois Gallegher Row ll Lloyd Stanley Alice McCammon Robert Puckett Drucilla Ballard Billy Carpenter Mary E. Boone Max Brazzell Helen Canada Jerry Lippeat Thelma R. Keene Virgil McCammon Many L. Bedwell Bob Cadwell -21- Row lll Kathryn Silvers Billy House Lois Swaby Wayne Watkins Rosalee Livingston Richard House Geraldine Clark Johnny Ladson Dorothy Chambers Elmo Richardson Virginia Sweeney Murl Brewer Reba Ring s. , 1' ' .X .'.ri2 Nfggiii - .r T 'ZH 0 ' 4. - Q11 in n v . K - U. O I f 0 U D O I " a C . ,' h 0 l ar.. if ex r' DQ 1 ggi TIGHTH GRADE ROLL CALL Ccorwrb Row lV ' Tommy Burke Maxlne Colemor William Smlth Wanda Thompson Lester HBFTISGD Emma L Dunde George Deokard Margaret Foxworthy Charles Wolfe Betty Ladson Roy FDfI1DE Row V Bllly Splnk Frank Fverh Melba R Boon Ray Huffln Vera Lang Pelvln Kendal' P3tTlC18 '1lk s Ke nne th McC le llan Vera N Qurch Harvey Wflght Mary Klrkman Rlchard Flelds L o Fletcher Row Vl Lyndal Fulford Emm rson Exllne James Butl r Gladys Sccrest R1Cb8Pd Phllllp Margaret Plgg Gerald P1 rson Hlldl Br wer Darwln cCammor L P m Jo Rlley YIHMJ Goldman Guv Shopt v SvV TTH GRnDF ROLL CALL Row l QL ft to rleht Donnie Whl' Forma V lt rs Gaylon ord r Martha lerrun Ernest H111 r Joan Cadwell C rolyn Ellls Robert D 1 Thompson Norma UO0dWlU Donald Worth Mary Franc s Pope Bllly Joe Alumb ugh Row ll Dorothy Strlnger Vorma Lovelace Betty H ndrlcks Wnyn Ander on Bettv Robertson L o Turn n C rolyn Phllllps Charles Cazz ll Mary Burk Fv n Har 1son Betty LaFollette Clovls Denman Valetta lc' Row lll Ronnl Swan lrtn Pe T1SOn Vax Moore Toyce Boon 'mos Gilh m Glenna Bonham Kenneth Woodward Petrlcia Parlow B11 y Hendrlcks Dorls Goldman D l Keen Ps+r1c1 Spenc r L rl Vand rgrlff Pow lV ++ lf rs Fobby hcD nlels Rooksberry Wllly Gen Clymore 22 Barbdr P tton D8I1d Vunt r Phyllls WcCammon Fr rk Hall Vadd But Geor Eu+l R rome II lne John Bly heere P + 1Cl Allrbaugh ov V dd e dre Dorothy N1ChOlS Rob rt Murata E P 1 H dr ks Qllly ' lters Fle nor Veurer P lph 'latt W3Zl Ow ns K nw th Johnert EVQ 1VlS Cl r nee PF1C6 Dor1s Chuhb llace Cooksey '7' xl, 1. . is ,Q Q F R . reytk Q. 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I 1 'X 'B ' baba .J , 8' -I F 'J y , V- Q-7. -,- 'Y 1. 5 ' , - 1 34 x L' kk ' It O T B A Slnce footb ll W s lntroduccd at Unlon 1n 1929 by 'Hackn Osborn,the Bulldogs have proved thelr abllity on the grldlron During the school year of'L2 'L3UHlOh had one of lts most suc ycessful football se sons flthough the games won and lost vere not 1n our favor, Coa h Leaman sa1d,'No team ever fought hard er for ltS' school H No more can be SH1d of any team ThlS ye r Unlon lo t throuvh graduatlon twelv men Captaln Powe, Swe ney, Hall, vurkc, We t, Valters, Grub ugh, Phllllps, moody, Usrey, and hcNx expected to return next year to flght Un1on's plgskln battles 1th some new mat rlal Unlon exp cts to make a good shorlng a gainst the usual t ugh schedule 1D 1943 L4 To the t am 943 AA we s y Ugood luck ' C H E D U DATE OPPONENT Sept Bicknell Plainfleld Warren Central Oct Blowmfleld Martinsvllle orthlngton Boonev1lle PLACE there there there here there there there THEY 7' F O L L E . 3 Va . y . . , X ' tc - . ' ' 4 - Despite the heavy losses twenty four experienced men are - 4 o . ' - . e . of 1 - a .' S L E : ug . ll 6 14 W 19 '- , O 6 N 25 . - 0 24 . 3 6. ' 20 O H 9 ' O 15 N 16 T ' 6 O ' 20 ' 6 12 - 24 - B A S K E T B A L L The Unlon Bulldogs tore into the season of '42 '43 with a grim determination to win Tom Leaman, who has coached Lnion's varslty basketball team since 1938, did a good job for tney played and beet some of the toughest and fastest teams in southern Indlana The varsity squad of '42 '43 was mad up of seven s DIOPSS Steve Burke, captain, Ralph owe, Melv1n 1alters, Gene Graham, Bill Sweeney, Kenny Bledsoe, Joe Hall and, eight underclassmen Ira Watkins, Rey Boon , R1 12rd Dix, B111 Thompson, Russell Arnold, Bill Patton, Orwal Re r lds, and Don Gamblll Due to lack f transportatlor 111 s n HBV team was or WIZ d The varsity Up to the tim f the I bash Valley Tournament the team had played eleven gam s and wen elght They von thC1P first two en- counters in th Valley S ctlonal but w ro ncsed out by Sullivan in the last of the game bf h art breakln margln During th entlre seas n the v rsity team played twenty four games wlth nlnete n victcrles, and amassed a total of 961 points against the 708 scrr d by their opponents aithout any thought of an al1b1, we feel sur tha+ the team of '42 '43 would have gone places in the state tourney if illness had not overtaken the players durlng the state sectl nal Speaking of the teen indivldually ther was KCaptainl Steve Burke CSr D, a three year nan who played the posltion of center He was fast and clev r 1n handllng the ball and had a ao d eye for the basket H15 w rk at pivot posltlon helped Union to win several games Ralph Rowe fSr H, a three year man, who play d the position of guard, was noted for speed and drivlng power and could also ripple those draperies His work at defense kept many opponent from SCOT1ng Melvln Ialters CSr I the ren y guard vho has b en with the varslty only two years was not d fcr his work in def nse, but like all the others he could drop that b ll intc the bucket when he had half a chance Gene Graham CSr P, the steady forward who was always in there fighting until the final whistle, has been with the varsity three years Gene's toughest break was being unable to play throughout the sectional tcurney because f zllness. Ira 'latklns Ur , the speedy blonde forward, has been with the varsity two years and has one more to serve, His clever dribbling and sturdy defense made him a man respected by his op- ponents Joe Hall CSr.l, the man who was there when needed, has been with the varsity one year, but fans will always remember the work he did during the sectional tfurney. Rex B. one lJrJ, the littlest guard who could either go under cr over, has been with the varsity only one year and has another year to go. His spe d and ability to hit when least expected won for him the admiration of the fans. ' Bill Patton CSophl, the sturdy guard with the needed defense and spefd that amazed many, was always in there fighting a d he has two more years to play, - 25 - 31 6,21 ,agus Liga N I - ef J . 4 ,gffvs - , ', :af v r ' - 1. O ' - "Q" - , gigff 1 'mfl I . 1 'nf'-1 -if . ' Q - S ., G - .-. . V. fxjyph 5 Lu. 'L' o 3 x - U .. . , Wa , , - 'Q Z - 'J e ,. :.' 5Y.D, 'l . 1 o ' Jac' 'tie- o ga,' e . - 7 -af. 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'f,4 E V - X 5112" "1 :Q -.ijifiv n 'I ,A Q' X f 8 F1 7 f ' " 1 " f " 4 o' ' ' 2 ' ,Z . 1 N- 'Xb ' M h SL-- Liv ' .M 1 7" - A- , i - K A fx, ' V ' , .nv 'fl "' W , EL., -V , -. f , 'Q4 M SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL Tmrm Th Unlon Puplets were not ee Lctxve ln the GSSOC1 tlon thle ye r he they hxve been 1n years p at Du to the not l0H11 merocncy, Coach Moore, who has 1 d the eventh End e1ghth gr dos of Unlon Hlgh School for eloht uccessful nmny enthu 1 stlc boys reported, but lnsto d of US1ng only the me t Gff1C1bUt arterl 1 he kept 11 who reported t t d 'I hav nwterlel for the best team I hav ever coach c 0 nce lt Jae lmpo lbl no slay th u u 1 numb r of game: thle y r vm Moore, 1U coop r t1OH 11th the pro5r S of nat 1OHul defense, lcd the boys 1n V1gOPOUS routlne to d velop the physlque of every boy enrolled 1n our JUH1OF h15h school is many of the boys sore c ger to le rn the fund m nt ls of b skotb ll, mr Amore orgdnlzed them lnto lo guo to ms. The1r 8bll1t1CS were L source of wonder to the entlro school The boy d v loped so rapldly under fxro that many of the Glghth graders ro hoplng that next yo r they wlll be rc: rd ul by places on the reserve to m of the hlgh school - 27 - X,-A.. YN .14 1 ,fnfl X 5 . - ff ff" f--'QL V A - 1 - f N L X r. '-,g,S,'?:' r2?V " u " L 1 ' no . ' e - ew'g " K . ., Fx' A o f ' e : c sv 1 Yah f N. Q . . , ,.U ' S 1 yours, did not develop the team of'42-'43 ds he hyd before. G S.a . . ri . ' 5 ' 'H . - 'g Q ' ' . HG S .- V 3 ' 1' C ' " 0' ' 'i v ' ' ' " 'don ei ' ' v ' ' ss' o ' A o s a e N' 'e ' ee 5', e X ' e Q ' w' - N ' es - . K. A A N . N .m . N U N . I 1 A 2 . . . .y D -1 ' ' '4 ' 'Q' ' LL LL u L- a L ", " ' ' Q 'Q E. . . .A ,y N I X I -I . E 0 ' S u O .. ' I ' . a . Aa ,. x 'va C 'Q' EL ' 0 ff, rm,-X if - X. 6?-2 qw. f- Q33 PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM From all walks of life, most of us know today that the main facture is being 'Physical Fit.u This is one duty that Sig? we can all do to help in the war. To be and keep healthy '1 1sn't so hard to do but we must have the rlgbt klnd of a diet and we must take the right k1nd of exercises Physical education was required for all junior an senior boys and girls thls year as a part of the war program Credit was given for p rtlcipation 1n thls ork The purpose of the secon ary schocl physlcal education program was t make pupils physlcally fit to carry thelr respona1b1l1t1es as members of the armed forces and as eff1c1ent workers the war effort Our two local doctors gav every juHlOP and senior a physical 6X8m1D0t10D before participat1on 1D the advanced physical education classes The ma3or1ty of the students were found normal in eve respect X f f XXNX Mnvg,y,gW',yf ,ff se- rx X rv Ht f Z N 0' FRI ND 3. 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XX X ogg 3 3 5 I ffgipxf u s 1 c gif' Wlthout a song WlthOUt a song When thlugs go Nlthout e song That fleld of the day would never end, the road would never bend, wrong a man aln t got no frlend corn would never see Q plow That fleld of co n would be deserted now A darky's born, but he's no good nohow, Wlthout a song In the above lyrlc Youmans pose wzlch Union used 1U the and eopreclatlon for tke bovs Eroup 1HgS, tlmes of oeople flnd some ay and 6MOt1OUS throubh t expressed tie furdamental pur development of mHSlCaL ablllty ard blFlS of out hool Every express e 1 ees, 1661 medlum uf muslc Durln the o str ss llke those oi the ure rt, n can oe no se on the use oi muslc o Q OutlOY Qld ople s e gredt edu tluH l v lue bec u e lt ot on serves cultural study out 15 leo splenulo t 11 n for the development of tne sens s FQ mentel d1sc1 llle Studl s f om thls do rtment tr ln the e r, eye, volc h rd,und ke use or the 1 tellect It lb not the sole purpo e of hlah school muslc to de velopment of the senses nd ment l dlsclpllre S+Ud1ua from this deptrtment tr 1U the e r, y , volc , h nd, nd the u e of the lutellect Thl pest ye r UHlOH ofxored, b nd, orcne tru, 51FlS' and boys chorus Groups, the cholr lor JUHlOF h1 n and the study of harmony U - 29 - 3' 9 I 'Q Q ,.. , 1 Riagg. ,. 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J t o O xf,J GIRLS CHORUS -fi' The Girls' Chorus, muslcal organ1zation at Union, had an ,ieefother successful year under the leadersh1p of Miss Mltchell NYJ One of the girls' most 1moort nt activitles was thelr partlclpation in the Indlan Stite Choral Fest1val held t Indianapolis, at the Indiana State Teachers ASSOCl8t10U October The eleven glrls repr sentlng Union were Betty Boone cJDD1OPy, Rosetta Abram, Marr se, Betty Bedwell, Jane Ter hune, Areatha Stanley, IJVQ Sttrgeon, Melba Reynolds Helen Besheres, L1ll1an M111 r, an Sally Rlslnger, fcCH1OFq Christmas Vesper Servlce held at the Hlgh Sckool, on Dec ember 20, 1942, and on ednesd 5 of the s me we k san i the Christmas Pageant viv n before the student body an ViSlt0PS In compliance, wlth the Presidents request for more com- munity slnglng, the chorus gave several PUS1C3l programs throughout the year It on of these, on February 2, 1943 they sang a group of f1V songs 1nclud1ng, nhllce Blue Gownn and 'Star of Men and later asslsted in community s nging The elght members who g aduate thls y ar are Rosetta Ab- ram, Helen Besherr , Betty Bedlell, Lllllan N111 r, B lba Reynolds, Sally R1S1DgC , llma Sturgeon, Areatha Stanley, Jane Terhune and Mary lsr BOY'S GLEE CLUB This year the Boy's G1 e Club, COHSlStlUg of 2A voices was agaln under the capable hand of MISS Dugg r The club's flrst lmportant act1v1ty of the ye r was its represent t1on at the Indlana State Choral Festiv l held at Indlanapolis during the Indlana Stat Teach r's PSSOClUt1OU Union's re putation of ngood Slng rs with good conductn was upheld Those who represen+ d the school were Terry Byrnes CSoph omorel, John Plrtle KJUDIOTB, B111 Sweeney, Robert olfe, wayne Klng, Harold Boone, Rob rt K ne, and Gene Graham CSeniors At Christmas time the club part1cipated in our annual Vesper Service It also furnlshed a background of Christmas carols for 'The Bethlehem Storyn, a pageant given for the student body, before the holidays. Besides taking part in assembly programs, the Glee Club sent a double-quartet to provide entertainment for the County Teacher's Institute, which was held at Sullivan, Feb- ruary 7. - 35'- enEak figei Y?jff ' . ' . 1 A 8 . . gal' ' ' '. a z ' 1 a - Z1 ' in - L' . QJ 4 , 'X ' e ' 2 ' 2 K Wi - W'Thf Q 1 , ' ' ' e r's .sl ' ' es ' .D. The girls sang anthems and devotional S81ECtlODS at the . . l .- T af - a e g n C7 Q ' d l , I G ' - , - . C . . I. 1 ' i 1 ' N ' . r . ' e -: - as v ' ' .' e le . . r T. 1 J 1 U' Jo 0 8 . ' .C S ' e . . .1 . . 8 a . . I K 3 a . . S C x ' 0 . " L . C u 'JG S A 0 A 4 Q rf -J . ' G G'-J J. I Q -22-z.-at fxaffw 'TQZF ff .12 "pi-fx! :1fx'9f"l .1 A '1 Z1-arf giq.i3,R- 354 " - . .'i5": ' ' '4 , I MX iirffd f - . aw .,gfJ'-F441-' f '. -3, , 1 15' N-, ' ,-I, ' S . x L.. 4 ,. Q ' L I . ,qw ,- xv 1 , " Q' 'nl .' 1 'v U' S hofl 5 ,K r L af' v -"E af s , L e ff 42 ..3z3p,, 1 4 1? 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Y . . ,::3:5'!,-:N . , . active in our annual Spring Festival G1 e Club members who graduated this year were Bill ,f- Sw eney, Robert Wolfe, Harold Boone, Robert Keene, and Gene Graham This year Miss Dugger supervised orchestra consisting f eleven violins, two cellos, one viola, one base drum, one snar , one cymble, two baritones, two tubas, four trombones, one flute, eight clarenets, six cornets, two pianos and two alto horns The year of '42 '43 makes the 7th year Miss Dugger has taught orchestra In Jr H1 she has a class of seven begin ners and an advanced class of thirteen Since only two, Nar llyn Ellrick and S lly Risinger, will raduate Union should have a good orchestra for several seasons Besides furnishing of some entertainment for the general assembly the orchestra was active in the Spring Festival, the Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercise. BAND Six years ago Miss Mitchell saw the n ed of spirited band to boast our school Its music was needed at ball games for rythm, a d its musical ability was needed at our spring fes tivals Thus, our band was begun Interest in this n w organization grew each year until today there are thirty two pupils taking part Lower and up per classes alike are represented This year there were two seniors, five juniors, four sophomores, eight freshman, eight eighth, four seventh, one sixth, and fifth graders working together to form a swell band. Some time was devoted this year to marching and soon we expect to have a marching band to our merit. The only seniors, and the only three years members were Sally Risinger and Marilyn Ellrick, who were awarded lyres for their service. JUNIOR. HIGH CHOIR The jaunty little songsters in their spotless white robes, with their neat black bow ties, charmed the audience - 31 df? qiil 2 ,o ag. x R chi? K ORCHESTRA QE? K . . . . 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' - Qv G A T Th A H organizatlon whlch has Vurnlsbcd both wholcoomo recreatlon and valuabl traln n to many boys and glF1S of our country dUF1Hg past ycal 1 conl od by our vov rn ment as one of tl most valuabl cluoq to +h ffort It vas through thlb group of youn p opl toot much of The work of hom def ns was carl 1 on Wncluclnb lovnlnc an WOTk1Df 1U U1CtOTY Eu dcno, farm r s uosl +11t no can UIDU ard COHSbTVdtlOW of food, thf nobt Fflclcnt usb OV ratlon po1n+D, StTbtCh1U +h clothcu Lulb t by r pc rlng, m8klH5 ov r and addln n I dCCESQOTl6S, ind d mor aroful studf oF f1rs+ ald and chlld cur of Dorothy Goodman or 11 nt nqrgorle Marlovc, vlc or s 1 ent, Pary Ruth Groh W, soc et rv tr rfcr tlOHi1 1 dcr, oy 1 n r, LlVlHHStOH ond Bo+ty SllVcTQ, song and or 3CtlVQ not only dur1n5 th thclr plans to xt nd tn lf york on t1OD months '1 5 DntFlCC, sponsor o? t for rc5u1ur mcGt1HgS, plornnr carrying th fork to CONp1ttlOh Thlo plrc rollm nt drlv lrls group w S proud of th tho county by bclng tr BLU? TRI isur , Norm lorgan, u H 1 dcr Rosw 10 ind yall 1 adcrs, school tcrm but mddo lnto th summcr vaca of thlS cllb orrang 1 of projects ind methodo of f ct that tu y r t d flTSt PlFSt to compl tOclP cn T Blu Trlingl Club of Unlon begun thc School ylor Wlth th capable of lCcFS rforl orazzcll, pro ld nt, Mary V Borders, V109 prcsld At tb duo to the lthdro al Abram, tr surir t, Dorls Krug, socrctary, Rosetta b glnnlng of the second scmcst r, of 1 PJOTlC from our school Dorls Kru 115 lppolnt d r S1Q ot pro tcmporlry and B tt, Bed 33 55'- 4f . : - rv 3 21 O R N I A A T I O 1 S , yy ggi?-f:..1 Q,f,.iI' T- .::..i. Emff' A-H QNX E? D - ' V ' ' ' ' 1 Q c' p ' A. . A.-f . A v I 6 ' " .T 1 Y- ' f ' 1 , 4. D 4. A A . x.. .. ' f u v 1 ' F7 f f , "' EJ L xy f ' - O Ox "' v 1 A , A Iii 3 . ., J. :cf LVQI' S , v ' H f- ' . L A 3 c , 3 L , F, . A . . I ,- ' 1 ' - ' rs ' ri. f., " 'K - .x. ,' ... T' YD o. 1 . 5 d ' ' 5 ' " T'r 1 C' ' G ' 'on'5oar,q, ' me - ' D A A ' ' . rf .a .1 ' on ' "x D - ' ' oo' 2 '.g u Q AF N avr 5 Y o fl ' ' W 3 '.g ov ' . ' ' C ' . 3 C' V X ' ' -T f 5. 0 1 . 1 c. 1 ' Y Y. ' -X . - ' Jnlon s 4-J group for this your was under thc leadershlp ' ' ,- Y' " ' ' - A ' ., . 'CS L 11- L . a ' 3 A 4. . ' . . d ' .V ' n no C rf a-u QQ. e' . la n fr . f 1 fx Y ' rx f f- . 1 ca L oo ' J F Us - hoflt. on 'g il c . . . V :A J 'E ., c 5 C " WT C ' o 1 N 2 1 w f 1 . ' - fx ' C ' '-- ' " fx v A L 1, L X, . uf 1 1 . . , . A N. . m 5 Q I , no Q 1 Q of oc ' Q ' .1 Img 'J 5. .2 . c , Q H . 1 . '. ' 'a 1 Q 2 lo 5 Q ' 1 ' A ' A ' N A ' - Y ' X A U lI'l . . my 1 -1 4C-if 'E - ff . SH c- c. ,J . . he Q Q o -C 1. 17 " Q F' o Va 'G ' h S' 9 ' , - x ft H ' .. V ' ' f TQ 1 , .E C A - . r - " 'X rv' ' - 1" iffy? I - , ' , :J .1 .UL , 5- rf E 1 1 ' A rv-A ' 19 A ,. ,-, 17 . Q D . L -. p 1 ,, . - V - - 'Q gf'- Il Qv1Pfa Ag 0 well, as s cr tary for th remalning school year The Blu 1 vh ch was organized w1th fourteen charter members T 11 r 2 10 9 under he sup rvlslon of Mrs Thelma has ilvur 1 d throughout its fifteen years D to ciar 1F la ul+y and their schedule soorstr po ti s or ar 2 lon were directed by Edd h r to sron or Diss Wright 131 of exi t no of work the hiss Du U1Pl'S train- 15 an in their splritual training, this dev lop ent of the education can not be definitely separated from social ing, hence, in the aCt1V1t1 s for th se girls there 1m for both social and spiritual development Some of the ctivities undertak n this year b5 the of tnis group w r not orly educational and 1HtCP9StlP , but wer beacon lights in the united drive for victory Chief a mong these wer the salvage of clothes for the needy people in oth r lands, and the collecting and delivering of books to +h library for soldier boys They also cut interesting article from magazin s for making scrap b A and these were sent to th U S 0 For their school proJ + the girls contributed to the school fund which was b lng r Jsed to pay for the curtain on the st gc in the n w gynanaslum From their social v ntur s the girls will long remember the Joint H1 Y and Blue Tri party which was held February l7 Ev ry one rat d lt as tops Since one requirement of menb rs of this organlz t1on is regular church attendance, th girls hav many pl asant mem- orles of attendlng church s rvic s but prob bly one wh1ch will be remembered as long as any w s the trip to Berea church on the Sunday that Gene Graham, a m mber of the class of '43, delivered the sermon girls H1 Y The Hi-Y carried on its work this year under the leader ship of president, Bill Sweeney, vice president, Ira Wat- kinsg secretary-treasure, Harold Boone, and their sponsor, Mr. Ringer. The club started the year with twelve members, but sixteen new members were added, making a total of twenty eight. The organization was financed largely through the sale of Christmas greetings and stationery. This was used for the Blue Tri and Hi Y party. 34 - -, h . . 59r -S e e . r m . , . : . ,., 1 3 .LT , V 1 z ' , ' :WT , P , J, ' ' 5, - . 1 . a. ta y . ,AN . U e , , . .. ' ' 1'A 11 ,N . . K V Q l f- CB- rl ieauleg, it 1519 L L ' ",..l:' " ' . , , 1a4v?Y S e ce. Wu F .fes A ' c U . V- ,:'.ex'xv2-Nb -J ill-, , , , p. L. . ,L 34' A ' S J. l' lj Eg ..A.4E.u . I-'iii w A , "ID f' Nga? . p, 1 .. ' cg 7' V 1 DEX. . , A' .., 11 . ',.f,' - : . . . . Qfwt Although the outstanding aim of the club 15 to aid girls . . . . . . . C M . A-gf ' c T. - . B D ig . r . . . at X , . . . .3 D . . , c c . . . 3 . . . . . . a e ' ,. . . . c Q L - , U , - e .U .n . . . 4 C 5 I I " , - e . A . . . . L: A 4 -.J . . . . , e - , . N . , hi. s ., e , ,c s - B e . . . e 'eos . . . A. Q. ' L CJ .L . r . A F . xrl 3 c' n A L ' . . . A . . A Y . . - 5 C 7 J A 2 . . . . 1 . e .- - ' I1 ll C A . . . . . . ' -1 C 3 - e ' e ' e . . A . X . C: 9 Zi . a . e ' A ' 0 . 0? Eze flat 1 ig 1 fiery A3225 Y !,,q P 0 Q f Q L: mi 390 v.'k xi' 'Y 1, My 5' I :fn 4 1 rx F I in' iS-4 u X g fi 4 '9Yl"j 23 xx :- S' F fl , F mg 1 ve, wg 7 , 14 if Xa .J 'Sol' ff In November several memb rs attended the memorial ser vices held in honor of Vine nt Sexton, U S N lost in act ion ln the Pacific During the period when our government was badly in need of tln, the H1 Y took the responsibility of organizing the school in collecting t1n and other nec ssary metals Th club and tho school w rc comm nded by the Gen ral Salvage Com ltte In February the H1 Y and Blu Trl held 9 Joint social meeting Everyone who att nd d engoy d an lnter sting even- ing This is the First year any of Un1on's H1 Y remb hav h d official plrs Th pins ar red 11th whit crosses and Since the P1 Y as o g niz in 1928, its nn n st ideal has b en to promote li purpose WTO cr t , mdlntain, an cxt nd thTOUVYO1l tl s nmol nd co urlty high st nd rds of Christian oh Th followlr b rs Lradu ted this ,ear Will Swe n y, Robert J l lrnld Qfo e, Robert Ke n , Grov r hendricks, Bill Lov lac , Lest r Crooks, Jerry Dclnh, Jack fest, Joe Hall, nd Kern th El dso G A C The Girls Athl tic Club of Union High School introduced the year of 1942 and 1943 vith a school party at Hallow en The club C19 merrb rs in alll under the leadership of such capable officers as Rosetta Abram, president, Doris Krug, vice presldent, Betty Bedwell, secretary, and Phyllis Ander son, tr asurer, and with the co-operation of the sponsors, Miss Edwards, miss Neal and Mrs Coyner, the whole club sold many Defense Stamps and War Bonds On the second and fourth Monday of each month, the G A C girls could be dlstlngulshed from oth rs by yellow blouses, black skirts and black scarfs To be admitted to the club is an honor that may be gained by twelve hours f playing 1n any sport and a grade and citizenship average of 'Bn Officers for the following year are chosen by the out going seniors and the sponsors at the cnd of each year. The Senior Honor Banquet was held in the spring to give U's to the girls who have earned 500 points by participation 35- -in-ri! .!""'l - 5 4 . " 'Tx V! a . . c - AN ,, Q v o A o " - x J a I 0 ' , . - ', 2 . . . ,uf--LM ,35gz:: I I -. I Q l I I 1 'I -kt: . 'q "Qi . . . F - ff 5 ' .ggv-:f V 0 E Thr, ' e A .e e ggi . 5, , , , LYS- . ATI 3 . Q5 X' . . . . . 54 icq . - -- . 14,54 hit Ht- . . N . . . , .L D. , e. o e e ,ng . 'ir-4 , ry? . . . . . l l L X " ll CTS 11 3 . . . . . . U. 1 . C .T 9 V '1 3 K .. Sold fear ards. J . . H W AA . . . . 7 , A . ' A "' 'fr 4. '78, .. Hu. .Eg C . . . 1 C 1 1 ,S - 2 311 3 1 c r d fs . ' 'L 1- . . A e or in lc c.b L mm . . n n Y ericte?-, . . M53 . " T54 HA ffl S- of 3 1 V 2 -1 l S G .. ., L.. .. Q A H , . .'Of9, in .. 1.1, Il C S X: VT e ,C G -A .. 2 . S Lf S 3 . O I I . . S . . ,- 1 Q. , rm . . A C . . . . . . . Q ' ' - . Q - - , . . x. X , . l O I C . . . . :J X, . l . . . C . . 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IN THE DEPARTMENTS SHOP When local school 8HthOP1t18S realized that a large per cent of all work ln the United States came under the cla of manual labor they saw a need of lncludlng a tralnlng 1 r manual arts 1n Union's regular high school currlculun A cordingly, in 1922, a course ln woodvorklng s of e d Later thls class was broadened to lnclude auto rechan s and as tlme passed the growing demand and need for tnxs trainlng caused a contlnued lncrease n the number o' vfe t lonal classes offered and the preparatlons for t hlne them It was about 1927 that the cours was call d vccat lMm1Smm Vocatlonal trelnlne h s heron an 1mportan+ d o rtmfnt at Unlon and 15 operated und r t e SV1tk lu a s act llree of th outstandlng f cts ep the l hlch iovere tllS ie art rent hfve the snop, 11 charge years of as havlne qulre n+ s t QSld sp Clul COHl1tlONS fer th lnstructor, ard th stud rts enrollel The lnstruntor who lS of such tralnlng mu t he fne vho has had several ctual experlence ln the 1WdUStF1 l trade as Well het hls professlonal tralnlng. To me t thls re Unlon was fortun te to h v lr 'hlte who has had 1Hlot h S1lcS nls tralnlrg at Ind ana St t The xmount and Plnc of tr lnlne NhlCh each bo, must master fox e VnC8tlOHQ1 cours , ni the st nlarle whlch the shoe must m t 1n equlp mer+, leurs, and JCFk1FU COUdltlOHS are deflnltely qUbC1f1 ed Fo s that ll schaele under the Smlth nubhe act meet et nl rle, r rlrral supervlsers are sent to v1s1t and 1051 ct e cn llstrlct and to make reports on the type and progr s Ol thelr mor' When th Se COPd1tlOHS have been found t be SUt1Sf ct ry and s veral other requlrements have been m t a cert 1n sur of mon y 13 allowed by toe state each J ar t Help me t the experse of operatlne such a shop For tW1S past year dents enrfllel 1U the there was a total ef 61 hty seven stu VHTlOuS shoo classes Of these twenty slx wer iv nccd stulents studylng for Natlonal D f nse thelr hleh school course Jlth vocat fork, eleven corplete lOH8l shop as thelr major, and twenty were bS'1HH9TS who hoped to be able to spend more tlme ln the shop durlng thelr h school Some of the progects completed by th groups were the maklnp f slx larve mlcroneters, flVQ of whlch were sent to other scheols srl were most useful 1U teachlne sklll 1U the shop Jerky the mlklrv of gears and dO1Hq repalr work that 37 Pcm81U1Hg y er ln h1 14 ,-.Fd 1.-"Te , 11, 'Prix 1 3. lei, Nebf ft., ' . . -U l - ... qv . , I. N TI' 1 new . ' 1 ' I6 Q . . . . ,. 7-Al . U - . . E ng xx' . . ,, 4. ' e f- WU. L TG . . . . . Q fb L4 l'..f AA -A-v , . , . e V' L - - . . . - 'I -D - 1 ' .L I g, , J LL - A . A A . e - ' 1 e 1, f Q milf . L C3 ' 1 , . . 'T 7 C ' 1 " o r ' f, ' ' 1 ' 1 f, - ' A 4 J alle I3 1 he e A ,J 3 L. . J...J ' 1 ' . - 2 ' 1 1 ,e - rn " - CJ fi J xi l"L gut . 1 .1 ' , vw , .-ve, .1-l ' -v 1 1 ' r ve - -J e. l 1. , er.. .:.. f. A .. .e -J f, Y ' . e A ' ,. , - - 4 4. L . -, C.. 1, C . I 1 c f-. ' . , V - ' , ' '- ' ' ' 1 :J 5 L ' - 1 . , .1 , . ,A ' I fi N Y . A K A N1 I7 A ll 'I . 4 A l ix Y . . . . Q l C- Q.. X .Q 1 c. ' ' . 3 . . . . V . U le. L U A 1, 3 e,"" l -N51 l fx 5 f' A 'T 'T. A ' . ln., u .1 an f.. e .,. , .lg V . ra., rn . ln . . in Q . 18 f, e.e.I"S CI EXIJGFISHCQ HS G uCtI'lClcLI'1, H:SChGYllC , and mach'- . O ,X .Y f . . T . . 4 A ,A ' C ee. . I .. ...' c El zzz, 3 Q .- ' 1 A 1 - . K A 1 . '. . 8 Q ' ,V , ' fe e, A 'ev Q f r '1 ' , 'Q ' ' ... e .1 il '. 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'f',f,7 Some of the individual problems worked out by the less lfiu' advanced students were the making of hammers, screw-drivers, 4 I and smell tools for shop work Besides themr work 1n regller classes, the boys from this oe,sr ment lw ys fcund t me to help with other school pro x,u ts of +h c he deoa'+ment such es servicing the printing t1o mnllng rep 1 in the DL1le1H5S G unites who have received their training under the Smith Hughe Act re recognized everywhere in industry as some of our best tr ined workers Union was proud of the fact that she was the only school of this country that oper- ated a shop under this act and that her shop was recognized s one of the best in this pert of the state HCM Besides the vocationnl shop for boys, Union be sts of an efficient homo economics department which 15 also operated under the Smdth-Hughes Act where definite instructions are set aside concerning the instructor, the equipment, and the subgect content which students of this study must follow Here girls are offered instruction under Program III A of the Voultional Division of the Department of Public In struction By this plan three consecutive courses of work are provided each year Under this method each girl 18 re quired to spend two to three hours per week for three years and work toward at least three properly planned and super vised home progects which must be carried to completion in not less than three phases of home economics training. Miss Detrich was instructor of this work Many decided improvements can bo pointed out for this de pertment such as the fall house cleaning end painting thet gave a colorful and pleasing luster to the entire room, shelves for storage of materials, window shelves where et- tractive flowers bloomed and grew, and c filing caoinet where a complete record of each girl, hor work,and progress was kept. This year saw a total of 56 girls enrolled in home econ- omics at Union. Of these 29 were beginners from the fresh- men class, 10 wer: sophomores, 7,were Juniors and 10 were seniors. Besides the routine class work several aroup and individ- ual projects were worked out during the eight months of in- struction. Chief among these were the planning and serv ving of n tea by the class groups in exchange ontartdiningg giving a luncheon for the fnculty, und lnter a Christmas tea Q an 61275 . HFTp. V . . . 4' . . . ' I A . "li-5 A lk. . Z, . Q . ' . .31 A, 'W 1 5 " K ' , ' - .a -ti.. ' . 'H' f' 'L 1 F . . . . php tgcc . . J t 'r 'Q Lu ' . t 'QR xrrecs, wiring the stege, repairing cars for the teachers, tx -1 w s rs , - 1 . 1 . i:a.,x, , . I, . . . - 3 Q I . , E , . . l . . . n L . . 6 . EG . . V . . . ' . . , - . . . , . 1 S o vocaimona rmnm df ln-on CSC cfffc' CCI S J' v-for cal 1 IS Un' 'fucker 1,161 :Md Use 4 asses Und M flied n, Im S up for Yocdhoual Imnnn. 5 vu., .Q 'tnxnmg af NNN hes.. un: usv WRU- ! ICRC I a urns fnmm r uma by: ik fr Nw.- ro ec s In 0 awed f' Ynuf QA 4-,Lug me s .wr vocal ana fs h repel' a l umfff great skill In weld 3 X aT Hsin. A uni' Une B YS l al' K-.Lf ms rmcrsmefer made by mag-.MMSYS rlvele Inc work I welders tha! learned Y Telugu? and gameA much Mull nn wellmg TRAY Q7 Ig, f 1 2 4 'fra C ef fha? guxdgd U-.e elasses Umar and I s 551 rr vaolhenel !1'avungdY H IMHMMMMI Q r z f. L- 4 2 af were bu: wnh ee! Q A fwllawad lhe teacher thai Suuaed flue das H141 wevkel ns Une sho or vaea-hanal Tram at Il:-ww s an the gears k at round up our Sxtar whu-.M laid 0 the mugrometer y madnxnxsk Rhea! fueled the work o Une Welders, Una! learned to repmr sawed Nucl Shu welhng of .wk We Boys Nun! were Kms ww. of Je Kawai ik: feather Wm? gn d L: A wrked 1 We Shar r vocamnal Hman I HS is nc 11 P for ' l -1'-4 A H ' f ' ' .2 I ' T71 5 1 . li I ssc M U 'Une Hap for f' F 1. I A mln I 3' ' T . , 5 V , , I ' ' 7 b I X P 5 r ..z 511 1' . . S 1 U' '- ' gud me ses an umm 4. y ,, , fn nl 1 , I IE' 'f f ! I A ' g o Un-on ' 4 1 f KIM'-59 lf? the V'1ldl'f"5 thll Ifdrllfd - V ere busy WRU- rwrojeets fha! 'Fdnuwed ine ul gn ' ' M - , in M X K, Q M in xl uri I ' I U H ing' ' ' ' A , ' u lv Y H Y ' rrui 5 of Yu: 0 ' ' L A G25 . . . . . - P 5 ' - I-ng 0' U - , o"0, I1 4 - n1 1, 2 S' 9! F, A TEC , . 1, 8 . - xg ' fx. was Y . E . Y A Y -1 W U- C. b - - -, 1, IM R .. 'rim 1,.-4 ' - . 'R Fw ' f"A'-'W-'R ' 41 for the same groupg during the second semesterg planning andifr making over old clothing and a Victory stressed style show'ew with mothers as guests For the Chrlstmas tea the room took on a yule tide at mosphere with fire place, a Chrlstmas tree with decoratlons 5 and other festival decorations Many plans are under way for next year JOURNALISM 'Once you get printer's ink on your hands it won't wash offn has been a typlcal descrlption of Un1on's Journalists for several years The thirte n students who composed th1s group during the year of L2 '43 trled to help k ep the work of the school movin as smoothly as possible The mayor pro ject was the dltlng and mimeographlnv of a school paper once each week 1D whlch they trled to carry all the news items of importance ard lnter st to students and faculty Besldes preparlna copy rd mlmeograph a paper these students learned to operate a Job printlng pr s , et type and several types of work ln the fiell of journalism Second to the Dhb11Sh1H of the school paper was the work on the year back for the class of '43 Other Jobs of work that tr1 d thelr sklll w re programs, different types of test and bl nks to b used in th Ofl1CE, tickets, booklets and adv rtism nts Each year th department has made an award to the student ranklnv the hl hest 1D thls work The aw rd lh '42 was e rn thls deprrtn nt SP ECH AND HEARINF The 8H8lySlS of the GFIWID and development of an edu catl ral ldea is often conpllc ted pr blem, ba+ it 1S fairly safe to say that th ldea to stimulate the hearlns mechanism of the convenitally d f by means of sound exer clses 1S a very anclent on It dates back to the f1PSt century, horever, its browth w s rather slow ln e countr1es of Europe To Amer1ca belongs the credlt f r a re awakenln of thls for of speclal trainlr for the deaf and partlally af There 15 a deflnlte trend 1n all schools, whether publlc or prlvft tc teach sp sch to the hard of he rin nd deaf chlldren through 11p readin and volce 39 'F I . - . . 1 - 0 1 0 . J . . . . . . e A ' " . 9 ff ' - . 5 , , . . . . Q e .. 3 . . . z , . ' . 1 L 6 Q . . W . h I 5 Q CA A A . . . e s s . J . A , . , . . F 4 A A L.. nl ' - 0 . . . . .L E S 1: .. - a e . e 3 .fi L 0 e . - 1 . . . . . , O g . A a Q a - . . . . ed by IrlS Herndon. Thls was the fourth award to be 5lV9H 1U . J. .AS . . ' 4 .1 . 5 . . e is ' . . . . o- a M a o 'V - . . - S 'J . LD ..1 . D ea - . . A . A . C I . 2 e v . 'a. th . . . 1 fr fi - , A . .. - e . N . . . M 5 1 li, . . . . . . me . . . . o , :z 'A -. - c V 9 'r z- ' 1 ' 7' , ' 4 .4 f 2 - - trainlng Group hearing tests are given first to all the chlldren Quito determine which ones fall below normal hearing on a group audiometer These children are given pure tone tests to flnd out the exact amount and possible type of hearing loss If the losses are for below normal and if medical treatment will not help the defect, these children are recommended for sp ech or lip reading In speech reading the children are taught to see th forms of the sounds on the lips of the speaker It is a very complicated process an it takes a great amount of practice before anyone becomes an effic1ent speech reader Speech training for these children may be somewhat dif ferent than for the children who have defects in children may be caused by lisping, sound substitutlon Special help these children to overcome their Union has stepped into the swlng special educatlon for the first time speech defects Speech stuttering, baby talk, exercises are given to defects of thls new type f this year The Speech and Hearing Department located in room A l in the Annex has been pleasantly redectrated for the clinlc The work has been con ucted by MISS Elsie Edwards Hearing and Speech classes are tral and Cass Schools There are eighteen hard of hearing children special speech work On one day teaches speech improvement class s carried on at UDIOH, Cen two profoundly deaf and in these cla ses There of the week Misa Edwards at the three schools We are indeed fortunate in having this new department be- cause many schools ln the vicinity have not had the priv ilege of spec1al training for the1r handlcapped chlldren COMMERCIAL No work can be successfully carried to an end without the proper recordin , filing, and tabulating It was for th13 reason that Union created the commercial department with its courses in typing, bookkeeping, shorthand, general business, and COMMSTCIHI arithmetlc In this department students are given a good start on executive training and 0ff1C9 work As instructor in thls department, Union had Miss Glen novia Wright, a former student of Union and a graduate of Indiana State with commerce as her major Miss Wri ht has been head of Un1on's commerclal Students in this department in both speed an accuracy I the awards for best records of was presented to Gerald Padgett and Iris Herndon both of 40 department for three years work hard to attain records the school year of 'Ll '42 speed and accuracy in typing . O . . , O 3 . e I O O I F . . O - D 1 ' , Q- 4- 4 . are seventeen children with speech defects who receive e . s " - ' 7' . . . F' . . , '7 5.3 It 1 . . g . O l n ' the class of 'L2. distinctions in Bryce and Eugene bookkeeping, and commercia1,award who has been out- studies. Q commercial work were Bill Hopkins, Ruby Graham for outstanding accomplishments in Martha Ballard, who earned the all-round which is presented each year to the senior standing in all branches of the commercial Commercial students this year realized more than ever the K Uther members of the class of 'AZ who won pro ram, need of this training to help in the war program. Some of the students this year were ready to step from the class room at commencement time into regular work of the war pro- gram One new feature in the Commercial work this year was that of regular secretarial training These studying short- hand spent four days in regular class and the fifth one was given to working in the Hivh school office In this way the students learn to type real letters for the principal, keep work on file, k ep records, and do beneral routine work of an office As their special contribut1on toward the hi h school war members of the commercial department donated their services chairman Wames tomb uw hmmmrmmmm DwRKmgwu of thls group of students who won awards this year were not re- leased befcre this went to press e further matt r, terests fective SCHOOL LIBRARY school library is a service abency It functi ns to schocl's objectives It has no distinct subject but provides materials for all subjects and all in- of pupils and teachers It becomes increaslnbly ef as teachers and puplls learn to use its resources and employ 1ts services for their work and play purposes To better serve the students and faculty the number f students on the llbrary staff was increased this year The students on the staff include Robert Wolfe, Doris Krug, Areatha Chambers, Wary Ellen Borders, Melba Jennings, Betty Swaby, Ruth Larson, Helen Blue, Jo Ann Patton, Marjorie Mar- and Marjorie Arnold Ott r students who helped in the li brary durin the year are Jane Terhune, Richard Johns, and Gerald Robertson These students have learned to take charge of the circulation system, to shelve books, to prep re books for catalovinb, to et new b oks ready for the shelves, to mend books rnd magazines, to complle blblio raphles, to make exhibits, and to type cateloa cards During the first f w seeks of sch fl the students in the En lish classes were iv n instruction in the use of the li 41 I 7 F Q Q U ' s .7 Q - Q . D A A f o Th ' . 0 ' 0 e . . f ' ' g . 0 ' cr - . ' 0 A o ' 9 : ' .1 love, Georgianna Fuller, Ruby Campbell, fhthryn Gadberry, . .e 1 4 g f : ' Q I - , .. a . D 7 . 5 . f . A. . f . . g . , "' ' . ' 3 lr. Q' " S - '-1 CJ brary The Dewey Decimal system of C18SS1fiC8tlOU and the general rules of the llbrary were explained Q 2E?rr The llbrary provlded an opportunlty for students and NAv teacler to know what was belng done lh all parts of the blobs durlng thls world crisis Thls was posslble through 'lxw y published books, and by watching the current events bul A ' let P uoard A st rt was made this year on a flle of pamphlets, cllpp- 1158 and plctures We hope 1n the near future to have enough mBtGTl1 of th1s typ that teachers may depend on lt for thelr vork and play purposes ach week of th school year a new exhibit was placed in the llbrary The llbrarlan, Miss Bouchard, and the student staff were indlvldtally responslble for an exh1b1t Some of the classes 8Xh1b1t6d thelr work in the llbrary Unlon Hlgh School has an outstandlnb library for a school of 1tS 31Z6 The library belongs to the students and teach ers and wlll be servlng its purpos as long as it 13 used by both of these brcups The llbrary contalns 2035 books 65 of which were added thls year -l,2.- :LQT - . . 0 . j 4 N . . . 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