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Since lesp year is accumulated time added to the calendar.
since accumulate time is computed approximately every four peers.
since high school graduation is usually oolpleted in four year periods
and since this lesp year and our gedustlon coincides.
we have named this the 1952 Lecp Yesr edition of the Gold U.
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To ldna Ooynor. who hu- all through
hor touching career at Union Big, 'boon
g. constant clan Advisor and friend.. we
the Senior Clan of 1952, wish to dedi-
oah this bool: with tho intention of or-
proning a. 'null toknn' of our dup np-
A utogra P h s
le had s difficult time getting start-
ed on the actual work of our book: but
once we had the plans set-up ee worked
almost nigxt and day to leet our deed
line. ihe most of our work was done at
evenings in Irs. 0oyner's dining room.
le will have many memories of the hours
we spent in editing our book.
Editor-in-chief -------- Becky Svw
Ass't Editor-in-Chief ---- Betty Gilham
Business lg. -------- Darrel Keene
Lss't Business lgr.- - Rosemary Lshcraft
Literary Editor- ----- Barbara Brook
Lll'U Literary Editor- - -lynona Kennedy
Sports Editor- ------- Gerald Keene
Senior Rep. ------ Jack Corb1n.Norma
Mitchell. and Frances Storey
Junior Rep. ------- I lmadean Hampton
Sophomore Rep. ------ Patty Sullivan
Freshman Hep. -------- Rex Ballard
Union, which ns dedicated ln l92l.has been the hid school hcl of lany boys
and girls of Cass lbwnship. Since its beginning. approximately 1600 grsdutes
have received dlplonas and have successful filled various professions and occu-
pations L11 of these hold fond memories of their high school days.
hring this thirty-one years many changes and improvements have been made. A
new gmasiun nd shop was built, the annex was remodeled and is now used ss a
cafeteria where students nsy buy a warn lunch on cold winter days. A few of the
lstest llprovenents itch have been nada at the football field these arexa ligat-
ing systen, bleachers, fence, and concession stand which nske the field lore col-
plste. his is Union ltd: School-Our Llna later.
Dear Union stands brave and true
It 'holds may lenoriee for the old and
for the new
It has weathered the storms of the years
And it stands nobely against the sky.
Dear Union stands for the good and for
It has many opportunities for you and no
le cone for education to help us when we
le mah many friends and gradually grow
The ties that bind us with our school
Are bound together by the Golden Rule,
'Do unto others as you would have them
do unto you."
Then your friendships will last longer
than ever you do.
-- Charles Rooksberry
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in the 1952
leap year hed
luoh of the usual
routine of elees workg
yet there were numeroue
changes end ectivitiee to add
color and thrill to eech deq's
work. Besides those events which llb
the head. lines. there were several other
things that helped to shgpe end :old our eq
of life. For exemple, en Agriculture oless for
ex-G.I.'s was held Tuesday of every week.
he ceieterie eenbers, llrs. Bartley, Irs. Delryeple,
Irs. clerk. Irs. Spencer. Mrs. Iifer end Irs. Smith were
elweys ready to serve ue.
We mst not forget the sacrifice end work of members of the
Bend Booster's Club to buy the four new bend suits needed to outfit
The mothers in this group worlned. very hard to meet this need. hen there were the nem-
bers of P.'!.A. They met once a month and were always in the picture ready to help uhen
needed. Some of the works which we will remember them for are the Halloween Carni-
val, the immunisation of beginners for the coming year and. the recreational
Other organisations that contributed to school life were: Legion: the
lomen's Study Club and L1on's Club in their annual awardsg the Psi
Iota'e with tickets to music progamsg the B.P.l. of Greene
County with special open houee to senior girls and. again
the Study Club with the traditional Easter Breakfast.
Yes, it has been a full year.
One of the courses required for gradua-
tion is government. lhere were two gov-
ernment classes this year taugmt by lr.
Near. Besides the regular recitation .
they enjoyed a trip to legislature in
Indianapolis. Closely related are the
various history classes taught by Mrs.
Headley. Mr. Douglas, and llrs. Hawtin.
A subject that is difficult yet neces-
sary on the road to success is math. It
makes one think and do things more accur
rately. le need math for every th1ng---
even the laws of our country are based
on equality. At Un1on.math included the
classes in algebra,geometry, arithmetic.
and commrcial arithmetic. taught by Mr.
Stegemoller,Mrs. Hawt1n.and lliss Wright.
an one time or another every man may be
called upon to solve a problem dealing
with mechanical equipment or its opera-
tion--even if it is just the repairin
of the car or the tractor. 'me modern
conviences of today are based upon mech-
inery and anyone who is a member of the
shop class should understand its opera-
tion and realise its importance in the
world. lr. Johnson had charge of shop.
One of the most prominent parts of Union
is the commerce departxmnt by the direc-
tion of Miss lr1ght.'l'he subjects offered
are shorthand. typing, general business
and bookkeeping. Each year an award is
given to the outstanding student and the
one who has the quality of a good office
worker. Awards are given in the individ-
ual sub,jects.The typing students partic-
ipate in the U.B.E.L. testing program.
For girls. home economics is one of the
most valuble courses offered in the en-
tire high school program.'I'h1s department
1s set up to take care of those inter-
ested in becoming good home ma.kers.Four
complete courses of work are offered in
higm school and two on the Junior high
level. In these courses the girls not
lnly learn to cook and sew but to get a-
long w1thpeople,home nursing proceedure,
child care, leisure time, home planning
and personal grooming.
he field of science this year included
one class of chemistry. two of biology.
one of health and safety. and two of ag-
r1culture.Both chemistry and biology are
equiped for a limited group experiment .
Irs. Coyner taught Bio., lr. 0'Rourkn.
Chem. and Agri., lr. Douglas. Safety.
Students in Journalism try to work under
the motto 'Speed and Accurscy". For cred
lt a student mst spend at least two
hours a day in the print shop wnere he
has a chance to learn how to gather and
edit news, to meet a dead line, to set
type and run a Job press. and to operate
the mtlreoscope and mimeograph. Each year
the students attend a meet at Ind..State.
'mis year students of Union were offered
two foreigx language classes - first
year Spanish and second year Latin. Plan
are to keep this schedule rotating each
year so that each person will have e
chance to study either sub,1ect:two years
English literature ls highly praised for
its reflections of the human spirit. It
has looked upon the changing life of man
during every age. his year students
were onered classes in literature end
grammar during each of the four years.
To make a well rounded program. regular
classes were held in various types of
vocal training for band instruments lies
Dugger conducted classes at both from
the Union and Central. Students of the
vocal classes participate in the county
district. and state choral festival.
'Ib insure physical developement as well
as mental developnentmegular classes in
both girls' and boys' phy. Ed. were
taught.Miss Shepherd directed the girls:
ltr. 0'F.ourke and Mr. Douglas. the boys.
Perhaps all careless drivers are not of
the teen age group---at least some of
the students tried to prove this when
they studied driving under Mr. O'hourke.
Our class work is firmly backed by the
excellent reference material in our 'big
library. A total of approximately 2900
books furnish the reading unterial for
the classes. 'lhis year, three girls act-
ed as library ass1stants:Vanessa 'Ibrhune
Betty McCammon. and Beverly Meeks. 'lhese
girls have carried duties at the desk.
have prepared new books for the shelves
and have mended books. lies Shepherd our
librarian. has had her training in the
library science. She has stacked our book
shelves with the best ln fiction and bio
grsphy ranging from 5th grade through
the 12th grade reading level. Yes. class
work can be and is interesting.
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Members of the Advisory hoard are elected by the Citizens of the Ooxmity
for a period of four years. he duties of these men are to neet with and to ed-
vise the township tmstee in his many services. hey are subject to five regular
meetings each year called by the trustee for the purpsoe of discussing any town-
ship problems. Besides these five regular meet1ngs.they must attend special Cell
meetings with the trustee at any time. After s board member has served for tour
years hs may be ns-elected for snother tern.
his yeer the board vas composed of lr. Hollis lslingerg lr. Merle Headley,
President: md lr. lolen Reeves.
lr. Todd. Graduate of Indisna Cen-
trnl College snd I. U.. has sn A. B.
and ll. 8. Degee, has given his ser-
vices to Union Riga School in every
'sy that he found possible. He hss
been with Union one year and has
meds s very suooessml yesr.
fran Tc e
lr. Usrey, who is beginning his
second term ss township trustee .has
played. a big psrt in the progress
of Union. Re has worked very hnrd to
mains Union s school of which the
students would be proud. In sports
and the sct1v1ties."Shorty' has loy-
slly bschd ns.
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Taugxt all grades
music. Chorus H.S.
and Band director.
John R. Johnson.BS
aegee - Ind.State
Artnand Voc .Shop.
Glsnnovia Wright -
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Y-Teen sponsor: Sr.
Class spon.5 School
C. I. Stegemollsr -
ll end. Ml aegrees.
Ind. State. Taught
algebra and gsom.
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and c1r1ver's train-
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sor frsshmn Class.
Eana Coyner - A.B.
lish and biolog.
Sponsor year book,
school paper, and
Hubert Hear - AB.
degree - Ind.State
and lorld History.
Hilda Harrison BS.
degree - Ind.State.
Taught Home l1c.Spon
sor of Girls' I+-H.
Lossn Douglas - AB
and IB degree Ind-
and Social Studies
degree Geo. Peabody
Taught Ing. -Girls'
and sponsor Junior
Class and G.L.L.
Orlando Brock B S.
degee - Ind.. State
Taught sixth grade.
Oneta Pirtle B S.
degree - Ind. State
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English - Sth grade
health. Sponsor Jr.
Prank Pratt B S.
degee - Ind. State
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Blanche Hawtin BS
degree - Ind..State
Taught 7th history
Harvey Roberta BS
degree Ind.State -
Taught 5th and bth
Ora Lee Ashby att.
Taught third grade
Kathryn Harting BS .
degree Ind.. State
Tauyzt let and 2nd.
Mrs .Elmore Irs. Carter
flaw .Hid tory
In the fall of 19148, as freshmen, we
stuted the greatest adventure of our
lives - s four year study at hldx school
At tllilg our days were jushpecked with
thrills md friendly encounters. Int now
and then they were dark and difficult.
'lhese dark days. however. only nade the
brldmt ones shine lore bridxtly and they
fixed memorable land aarks.a1ong our en-
Ihu-ing the initial year of our trip.
we were somewhat frldxtened and a little
lost: but aany of the fifty-four who sn-
swered roll call had set graduation as a
goal. le aastersd the difficult tasks as
they arose and began dreaming of days
when we,as senlors,would tread the halls
le knew that our way lay throudx the
dlfflcult sopmcaore road and on to the
Junior highway. but we took on several
extra curricular activities to lighten
our work with fun.
hxrlng the scpholore days a few of
the classmates becale worn and disinter-
ested so they stopped by the roadside.
iorty-elgxt of our original group con-
tinued the course.
he many adventures inch we encount-
ered durlng the third year of our hip
school llfe kept our interests at the
highest level. low. only thirty-six of
our group were continuing the tr1p.Under
On the road everybody!
he trip is nip.
Life has given ns a fortune.
Our goal le high.
le have net aany hardships:
And althougx torn and tattered.
le have struggled on
As lf nothing else mattered.
First cans the babe sale
'men cane the socks
bird cans the sweat shirts
Which everyone thought were tops
hen with new anxieties
uele the senlor play
lvsryone was excited
To try out that dey.
Ihen the cast was chosen
lech plqed his role
All eapr to get on
llth their last show
low all is over
and with noted success
the sponsorship of Irs. Sweeney and lies
Shepherd we elected our leaders for the
year: pres1dent,Roy Lee lcclellang vice-
prestdent. Rebecca Bwang Treasurer. Jack
Gorbing and secretary. Barbara Brock. It
was at this time that we presented our
first big dramatic venture. a three act
eoaedy. 'he Student Queen", inch was
hipzly praised by everyone. he 'Pros'
which we gave ln honor of the departing
seniors was also acclaimed a big suc-
cess. Yes. we were proud and happy, Int
eapr for the greater days ln the senior
finally, the senior days arrived - we
were veterans now md could look back
over previous days seelng both our ac-
colpllahlents and our llstakes.l'cr lead-
ers we elected Jack Corbin. President:
Iona Mitchell. Vice Prestdentg Ranona
lennedy.TreasurergBetty 01lhal.Rec. Sec-
retary: and lynona len.netLv.Cor.Secretary
mls year we again tried the field of
draaatics with snccess.Look1ng back over
the four years of hip school adnntures
a few of us express a yearning to relive
those four yearsgbut lost of ns are ea-
ger to be on our way.le realise the days
have been sons of the happiest days of
our lives. and that future days will be
acre difflcult.Ie will cherish the plea-
smt aaaorles and hope that sole others
nay have been lads a little happier by
our tin spent here.
le hope we have left something
lhich any be an aid
To those who follow
Up the educational grade.
low the bas ls leaving.
le are on our ways.
le bid farewell to each:
1e've hed wonderful daye.
Jack R. Corbin 'Ace' Iootball 3 yrs.
Basketball lb yrs.g'2raok 3 yrs.gInd-
p-ls Group R yreqlixsd Cho. 1+ yrs.
Boys' Cho. 1l'l.3BOIl'Tl!flf 1 yr.
H1-Y 3 yrs.glt-8 3 yrs.gAnnusl Staff
1 yr.g Treae. Jr. Glass: Pres. Sr.
Jr. Plqg Sr. Plq. lotto: Life is a
picture paint it sell.
Norma June Mitchell 'Junie' G.A.A.
1+ yrsphllnd Cho.5U y.-s.5G1rls' Cho.g
1+ yrs.: Y-Teen U yrsqlootball Queen
'5lgAttend...3 yrs.gV1ce-Pres..of Sr.
class: Jr. Playg Sr.PleygMotto: Give
to the eorla the best that yo.: have
and the best will cone beck no you.
Betty Ruth Mlhsl 'Bet' Girls' Cho..
2 yrs.g!-'Deen ll yrs.g G.A.L. 1+ yre.g
Sr. Claes Sec..U yrs.g Static Staff
74 yrs.: Jr. Play: Annual Staff l yrg
lotto: There are no benches on the
way to success.
Ramona Kennedy 'Healy' Att..2 yrs.:
Girls' chorus 3 yrs.: Mind Chorus l
yr.: Tx-eas.Sr.CIs.esgJr. Play lotto:
Ho one le useless to the world who
ligmtens the burden of somone else.
lynona Yennedy 'Hony' Y-Teens M yrs
Beta 3 yrs.gl+-H lb yrs.gCorreepondin
Sec..Senior Class: Girls' Chorus l
yrs.gM1xed. Chorus 2 yre.gAtt..2 yrs
Jr..Playg Sr. Play: Motto: A tru
friend is forever a friend.
Gerald Keene 'Buss' Bets 3
yrsgHl-Y lt yrs.gBoys' Cho.
U yrsqllixsd Cho. lt years:
Boys' Quartet 1 yr.g Jr.
1 Sr 1 lnd'p'ls 2y-n
P 013 - P OFF
Annual Staff 2 trsg Static
Staff I4 yrs.gl1otto:Tak1e un-
to yourself s wife, but be
careful whose you take.
Rabeccs Swan 'Boch' Pres. Soph.
class: Vice Pres. Jr. Clusg Bets I4
yrs.g G.L.A. ll. yrs.: Y-Teens ltyrs.:
Girls' Chorus lb yrs.g lined Chorus 2
yrs. mitor-in-Chief of Annuslglotto
Hs who throws wud. loses gound.
Roy L. llcClsl1sn 'Bod'
Hind Chorus 7+ yrs.gBoys
Chorus It yrs.g Varsity
Bun :ball 3 yn.gn1-Y u
yrs. Pres. 1 yr.g Bets I4
Quartetg Jr. Class Pres.
ter is the cornerstone
of all success.
Barbara Lou Brook 'Barbyn Beta lb yrs
Y-Teens 14 yrs: Pres. I-TeonsgJr.p1sy
Sr. pla,vgJr. Class Sec.gCheer Leader
1 y'r.3Band lf'yrs.glU.nd. Chorus ll yrs
Girls' Chorus ll yrs.gTrio 14 yrsgTr1-
pls 'Brio 1 yr.gInd.'p'ls Group 2 yrs:
Mind Quartet l yr.gAn.nus1 Staff 2yr
lotto: Give s cheerful smile give s
helpful hand. and to you the world
will be grand..
Darrel lee Keene 'Dulpy
Hansel' Basketball 3 yrs.:
Boys' Chorus 1 yr.g lllxsd
Chorus l yr.g H1-Y 3 yrs.g
Static Staff l yr.g fresh.
Pres.lAotto:Live and Learn.
Patrlcls Gayle Hunley"Pat"
Bets 3'yrs.gG.A..A. 4 yrs.
Trio 1+ yrs.: Mind Cho. I4
yrs.g Girls' Cho. ll yrs.
Triple Trio l yr.g Band 1+
yrs.g !nd'p'ls Group 2yrs.
llxsd Quartet 1 yr.gJunlor
Plsyg Sr. Plsy. lotto: le
lr. 'hlt H tems .
Charles Bonham 'Charlie'
lootbsll 2 yrs.g Basket-
bsll l yr.gStage Manager
Jr. and Sr. plays lotto:
Just smile and the world
smiles with you.
Earl Robertson 'Robbie'
Football 44 yrs.: Beta l
lt-H 1+ yrs.: Jr. and Sr.
playsgllixld Cho..1 yr.:
Boys' Cho..l yr.gMotto:
Each man rsaps his own
Y-'hon 3 yrs.: 14-H 2 yrs.gG.A.L. 3
yrs.gBand. 1+ yrs.gG1rls' Cho..2 yrs:
Mind Cho..2 yrsg A.ss't hs., mgr..
Annual: Ind'p'1's Group 1 yrglotto:
Happy am I tres from ea.re.why can't
svsryons ba like nn.
Charles lilliam lilkos
'Bill' Boys' 0ho.,P-4 yrs:
Mixed Cho..3 yrs.gStat:lc
Staff 1 yr.g Stage Mgr.,
Junior and Senior playsg
llottox Bs what you are
ana. not what you think
Patricia Boone 'Patsy'
Girls' Gho..3 yrs.gM1xed
Cho..l yz-.g lotto: Don't
be bitter, reconsider.
Rosemary Alhoraft 'Lou' Bsta 3 yrsg 'M
Richard Hall "Rich" Boyi'
Cho., 1 yr-.5 Mix:-cl Cho..l
y'r.gMotto:A1'.va.ys be alert
Donald Charlos Vest "Don"
Motto: when there is a
will there is a way.
Vanessa lbrhuns 'Cooney'
Girls' Cho..'4 yrsqlimd
Cho..3 yrs.: Jr. and Sr.
p1aysgStat1c Staff l yrg
Y-Teen N- yrs.: Ind'p'l's
Group 1 yr-.3 Static Conf
1 yr.: Annual Staff two
yrsg lotto: Never argua,
never fight. always say
what you think is right.
Phyllis Mooney 'Pudge' Girls' Cho
I4 yrs.: Mixed. Cho., -: yrs.:Stst1c
Staff l yr.g Jr..snd Sr.. Plays:
Motto: A man's fortune are the
fruits of his character.
holss Scott "Tol"Ibov-
bsll l yr.: Jr. Plsy:
H1-Y lt yrs. lotto: Lib
is not life st sll with
Jerry llcneniels 'Shah' Bend. 2 yrs.
Boys' Cho. 1 yr. lotto: Live tsst
and die young.
Trsnoes lllen Storey 'Treacy' Girls'
Cho. 2 yrs.: Mixed. Cho. 3 yrs.g
G.A.A. lt yrs.: Bend l yr.: Triple
Trio l yr.g Jr. plsyg Queen Ltt.'50g
llottoxLet's trade grins and be
Psul D. Seerest 'Zeb' lotto: Leap
before you look.
,. M.. A 4
lsrilyn Juns 6srty"June"llx-
ed Cho. 2 yrs.gGirls' Cho.
U yrs.: Static Ste!! 2 yrs.
Sound effect. Jr. Plsydlotto
If you ere thought to he s
fool. don't open your mouth
Ill rebvs All doubt.
Robe rt lloody C11 thdrssnl
Lillie Butler 'Lil' Girls' Cho.. 3
yrsqlixed Cho..-2 yrs.gStst1o Ste!!
2 yrs.: lotto: The leest one can do
il to try.
Lee Ann Teckett 'Annie'
Beta 3 yrs.g!-Teen I4 yrs
Girls' Cho..14 yrsqlized
Cho.,2 yrmgllotto: Greet
deeds My develop from a
Jens Chubb 'Jim' lotto:
Live while you live end.
then die and be done
Harold Sheffler 'Shot'
Bend. 3Qyrs.:Jr.snd. Sr.
Pleysg lotto: Quietness
is more effective than
Ralph Renard 'Stormy' Boys'
Gho.,2 yrs.:llotto:The Jour-
ney of n thouesnd miles be-
gins with one step.
Barbers Jesu Mitchell 'Bnrb'
'!-Teens 3 yrs.g01r1s' Chowk
yrsqlixsd. Cho..3 yrsqllotto
Silence is golden.
lm-geret Isnore Miller
'llsrt' Y-Teens 3 yrs.:
Static Staff lg yrs.:
lotto: Speak. ect, and
behave as you like
On the afternoon of lay 15. 1362, having been pushed and shoved from the
Dugger Depot to lain Street. I stopped daaed and flustered, trying to lmaglne
that this was the Dugpr that I had left only ten years ago. If I hedn't spied
a neon sip blaming out the words '!eene's 0afe". I probably would have turned
and hopped the next train to 'Indianapolis but the sign gave me confidence so I
hurried down the street to the Cafe.
I was barely inside the doorway when I recognised Betty Gllham. II old class
mate, standing behind the counter. She told me that she had married Darrel Keene
that he and his cousin Gerald with his wife, the former Barbara lltchell,had
been quite successful here in the cafe. It was while I wae talking to Betty,
that I noticed the newspaper lying on the counter. Picking up the news. I no-
ted the headline, 'Bonhm for 0overnor". glarlng at me.Rapldly my mind turned
back the curtains of time to our school deys and I couldn't express my thoughts.
"Well, I guess the high school course ln speech is really doing some good' I
commented. "Yes," agreed Betty "I'll bet llre. Headley. our former teacher, will
be surprised to learn about Oharles. And do you know". she added "lt's rumored
that if he doesn't win. he ls going to ask Ramona, his former heart throb to
'Do tell' I exclaimed. 'and to think he was voted bachelor of year while in
"Yes, but ten years makes a lot of difference' explained Betty.
'By the way, where is Ramona". I inquired begining to dream more and more
of hlg: school days.
'Oh. she ls helping lorna Corbin in her beauty shop," said Betty. 'You knew
of course. that Jack Oorbin and lorma lltohell married soon after graduation.
I'l1 bet you hadn't heard about their twin boys. thong". continued Betty. She
too. was rapidly falling into the spirit of remlniscence. Jack plans to go to
collep this summer and finish the course for his football license. Be and lor-
ma have been sharing their home with lr. and Irs. Boy lc0le1lan," related Bet-
ty as she made chanp for a meal ticket and courteously invited the customers
to return. "Yes, the whole town of Dugger has backed Roy Lee ln his coaching of
the Dagger Bulldogs", continued Betty and everyone libs the way Pat, his wife.
formerly Pat Hunley, hae been teaching the fifth grade at 0entral."
I could have gosstped with Betty for hours. but I realised I needed to se
cure a room at the hotel to get some work done. I bade Betty goodbye and went
down the street in search of a hotel. I had gone only a short distance when I
almost ran into a man walking in the opposite direction. Looking up to excuse
my awhwardneee, I was indeed suprised to recognise another of my old class-
mates.Donald Vest. his must be my lucky day for I had often wondered mat my
classmates were doing. Ie talked and ,joked for awhile and Don told me that Becky
Swan was a secretary for Earl Robertson and that larl with Richard Ball were
dealers for the International Harvester Company.
It was while we were standing here talking that we noticed three sailors com-
ing down the street. I thought there was something familiar about their walk
and was just ready to ask who they were when Don said. "Hell, this is luck! Here
come the inseparable three - you remember Harold Sheffler, Ton Scott and Jerry
llcDaniels, don't you? hey are hone for their first leave in five yeare."
Ae the three came nearer we called to them and perhaps the others on the
street thougxt we were a bit silly, but we eagerly began a llne of gossip.
Harold said they were fortunate to have been in service together so long.
low they would be stationed at the Great Lakes for some time. "!ee.we like navy
life flne.' he explained when I questioned him. '!ou'd never guess who our Oom-
mander ls' added Jerry in his sam old ,joking way. 'men before I had even a
chance to guess he blurted out. "It's Bald: Banard.'
After many comments on the past and present we decided we would have to go
our various ways. but before we parted we planned to meet again soon. Don and I
made a date to have dinner at the lhlte Swan lldxt Club that same evening. I
was happy to make the appointment for Don had explained that the club was owned
by Paul Seerest, another classmate of the class of '52.
more wasn't such time now so I really hurried on to flnd the hotel. After
these long visits I felt I was ready for any surprise, I was ln for many more
surprises. lntering the hotel and preparing to register. imagine my surprise
when I recogxlsed Lily Butler. the Clerk. Lily explained that she had married
md that she with her husband had been able to serve the public. lly geatest
surprise can shen the boy came for my luggage - lt was none other than Jim
Chubb. Jim said that he had married Margaret Hiller who was a madd here at the
same hotel. Having met so many of my former classmates certainly had my head in
a whirl. I went to ly room to plan my work and then to prepare for q date that
evening with Don.
The time passed mnch more rapidly that I ever dreamed it could. I had hardly
finished my plans when a knock on W door informed me that the time was 1:30 and
lr. Vest was waiting downstairsgquickly I completed my dressing and went down to
Join Don. Be had brougxt his own cu' and se lost no time getting on our war.."I
think this will be mother surprise' laugxed Don as he pulled into one ef the
largest filling stations I had ever seen.
I thougat I was beyond surprlses.but found this wasn't true. When Don pulled
in at the filling station. he told me that the station was owned and operated
by another of my old classmates, Bill lilhes. lhile talking to Bill, we heard
about three more members of the class of '52 - Rosemary Ashcraft. Ann Tackett
and lynona Kennedy had become registered nurses and were serving in a hospital
near the station.
At the club that nigat, we enjoyed talking to Paul. He had been very success-
ful in nidat club work and said that he had kept ln touch with several dif-
ferent members of our class. He gave ue a real thrill :hen he took us behind a
scene to meet some of the actors who would be on his dinner program that nldmt.
It was like old times again for behind stage we met Phyllis looney sho was in
charge of mah-up.
lhile we were visiting and talking over old tiles. Pmul's wife called to tell
him that she would be unable to come to the club that nldmt because the twins
were having some difficulty with their music assipment. Paul explained that he
had married Vanessa Terhune and now the twins really kept them busy.
'You will enjoy our orchestra. too.' continued Paul. 'Ie think we have the
best in this locality. and you know our director. You remember Barbara Breck sho
was so interested Ln music during hiya school. She teaches music. too,' Pnl
Later Ln the evening when we had heard the orchestra, we agreed that this was
one of the best that we had ever heard. and we stayed to talk to Barbara. She
told us that she had received a letter from Frances Qformsrly Frances Storsylsho
was in Europe now with her husband who was still in service for Uncle Sam.In the
letter Frances had told Barbara about see ing larilyn Carty and Patsy Boone be-
fore she sailed. She said they were guides for conducted tours through the
Back at the hotel that night. I made several notes of the interesting things
that I had learned that dey.I had thought that it would be interesting to return
to my old home town but had not mzticipated just how interesting it would be. As
I relaxed for sleep. I resolved to keep in touch with more of the meebers of my
class in the years that were to follow.
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IUHIOR CLASS HISIORY
lhen our class of 1953 came to Union as Junior
nlgh students. we had sixty-two members. By our
Freshman year we had only fifty-tive on the roll
:a1l.By our sophomore year.our enrollment had dwin-
Lled. to forty-two and now ae Juniors. we have only
One of the first things we did to etart our
iunior year was to elect class officers. By close
margins. we elected Norma Hale ae president, Mary
Soone as vice-president, Tom Rieinger as secretary,
'orma Pope as corresponding secretary and llnmadean
Zampton ae treasurer.
One of our outstanding projects to earn money
ras the sale of magazine subscriptions. lveryone
,o-operated splendidly and. the higx salesman was
la:-'Dara Willis. lor her splendid efforts. Barbara
rae awarded lipstick. pencil set, and a trophy.
Ae always, we elected two attendants for the
'ootball Queen. These were Ruth Patton and Marlene
le feel proud of ourselves for we have taken
'art in all activities througmout the years and we
.wait eagerly the opportunity to fill the senior
'anks in our remaining years.
Low I: Harriet Anderson. Bill Ashburn. Bill Berger.
Vyvonns Booker. Row II: Vernon Smith. Dorcas Bord-
rs. Alma Brewer, Phillip Griffith. Row II1:Carolyn
lhambers. John Cl1ver.B1ll Everhax-t.Shirley Dunder.
Lou IV: Chester Wilson, Virginia Raler,Sh1rley Car-
.1sle. Charles Rookeberry. Row V: Evelyn P1gg.Jamee
Lsneford, Harold Irons. Barbara Willie. Row VI: Bob
Poodman. Shirley Neilson. Betty Mcflammon. Joe Land.
Low VII: Shirley Garred. Gerald Pirtle, Norman Dean
lheffler. Margaret Quillen. Row VIII: Norma Pope.
hirley O'Haver, Ruth Patton. Eleanor Lippeatt. Row
X: Marlene Olson. Kathleen llaxey, Marion Lovelace.
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Trenia Lshcraft. Wesley Bedsell.Carol Camden.
Sue Carter. Patsy Chambers. Burrel Christy,
Richard Ivans, Lyle Fulford, Paula Gambill,
Sandra Oamblll. Mary Garrad, Nancy Goldman.
Ilnkie Goodman.Ros II.Dav1d Green.Larry Hale.
Elinor Harrison, Edwin Hayes, Robert Hiatt,
Stephen Horn. Jack House, Ralph Isbell, Etta
Jerrells. Kay Jews1l.Leon Kendall.Ralph Kirk.
Billy Lynn, Tom Many. Row III.Judylk:Q1ee.Ksy Mc
Ghee, Gayle Meurer.Rosemary Mioheal,M1ldred Mil-
1er.BarbaraMooney. George Pasl1cki.Stsnley Prenta
Sandra Reynolds.Christ1na Beynolds.Bobby Robbins
Gorden Scamlhorn. Row IV, Jerry Sheffler, Judy
Sherman. Randy Smallwood, Judy Smith. Ros V,
David Swan. Teddy Walters. Jlmes Iatkins.
Seven lf: grade
Marilyn Alumbaugh. Nancy Alumbaugh, Gary Ammerman, Roger Andre, Joyce Balla:rd.Harry
Borders. Jane Carty,Phyl1is Oliver, Donald Chambers,Helen Cox. Keith Coynexnlendall
Davis, Mary hidherbe. Row II.Barold Goodman. Carolyn Harrison, Katie Beaton,Sandra
Hiatt, Shirley House. Dennis Isbell, Glenda Johnson, Sondra Keene, Bertha Klrk,Iays
Landis. Freddie Lenn1ng.Conn1e Marsh. James Maeon,Row III, Gary llcCammon,Sue Mocam-
mon. Brent McClellan.Be1va Mitchell, Tiny Monroe.Carolyn Morgan, Marilyn Olson,Ste-
phen Osborne. Ruth Parks,Gilbert Plgg. Marilyn Pllk, Jaretta Reynolds. Billy Ridge,
Row IV, Sandra Schlsler. Mary Scott..Andy Secrest, Ronald Smith, James Spencer.Rich-
ard. Swan, Edward Tackett, Richard Tatlock. Barbara Turpin,Al1ce Ia1ters,Byrol White
Ruth W1ll1s,Elalne Woodruff.
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Roe I: Brenda Andre. haereea Ballard. Micheal Brice. Sharon Bedeell, Sandra Bonham,
Priscilla Butler. Jenis Brown. Georgia Chubb.I1'lma Clarlda. Janice Davis. Pat Doug-
las. David Goodman. Stephen Hall. Row II: Marion Hatfield., John House, Banda Haut,
Mike Irons, Legnn Vmgxn. Dhaela I.eDune.Ivan Merratta. Dottie MeBay. Stephen McGhee
Mary Ellen Olson, Jack Peacock. Vickie Plrtle, Connie Pope. Row III: Micheal Price.
Judith Reynolds. 'lheresa Smith. Sherry Smith. Mary Ann Smith, Randall Smith. Judy
Swan. Ibnnle Young. Paul leltere, and Mrs. llmore. gi'-H grade
Roe I:SuIllen BeclIell.Judy Bxtler.Sherr1ll Oamden.Patrlc1a Chambers. John Chester-
field. Ada Close, Sue Coz-nellus.Pam Davinllnneta Deckard,Darla Delph, Mike mhes.
Annetta Nsoo. John Gamblll. Roe II: Joe Goodman. Mary Green. Linda Hale. Harriett
Ann Hardy, Marlena Hiatt. Jimmy Leeellyn, Pearl Ann Marshall. Judy Mitchell. Pam
Mitchell. Rochelle Moss, Ollfford Parnley. Donna Phegley, Kenneth Plrtle. Row III:
lolan Reeves, Mary Ann Sheffler. Alan Smith. Elena Smith, Billy 'Dodd.,ldd.ie lilkes.
Melvin lrlgxt.Bharyll Yates.a.nd Mrs. Bartinge. xginu and :Second
Row I QL to Big Danny Lllen. Diana Boone.Hel Dean Butler, Joyoe raye Butler.Glen
Bruner. Jan Chessnutt. Micheal Joe Chesterfield. Danny Oliver, Paul Oox.Mlehee.l De-
leve, Brent ldds. Bradley Ellis. Judith Ann liter. Row II, Stephen Hale. Bobby Hat-
fleld.8herr1ll Hnyes.l!arlena Hiatt, Larry Jewell. Gary Reed. Keene, Jeanie llng,Joel
Lee King, Alice Kirk, Rosle Marratta. James Mamey. Deana Moore, Jerry Mentillo. Roe
III. Dennis Price. Judith Ann Plgg, John Pi.rtle.Iva Rldgmkmby Snlesnan.Cheeter Se-
crest. lillard Sherman. Kermit Edwin Smith. Lorna Louise Swen.Phyllle Tatlock.James
neu mrpln. ma ur. Press. Second grade
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How I Lame Bedvell. Larry Bond, Bonnie Chesterfield. Gary Christy. Dean Chubb,B1ll
Cllver, Ired Cox.Cu-olyn Crynee,Lorene Dlehman, Billy lll1e,Larx-y lngle.Ann lxline,
Garland l'1gg.Bow II Keith Gamb1ll,Honer Green.Phyll1e H1ll,Gene H1.att,Stanley Horn,
Phyllis llllexucarolyn Sue lloore.TomnU Parka.Judy Peaeook,Joe Plgg, Billy Pirtle,
Carolyn Pr1ce.Barba.ra Reynolda. Row III David B.eyno1.de.Bette Robertnhnny Sevier,
Tony Sev1er,Sue Snyder,Bobby Tatlock,Kay !erhune,L1nda la1tere.Su.e layman. Larry
lolfe. and Ire. Goodman. gourth
How I,QL to RJ,Y1eke Lehoraft. Barbara Andre. Carol Andere, Phyllie Amernan. Jerry
Alumbeudx. John Ballard, Judy Bedwell. Agnee Brovn.Juw Chr1ety,Everett Lee Clark,
David Eve:-hart, Ray Gene lverly. Eddie Iaidherbe. Row II, Ialter Goodman. Buda
Greene, Vicke Hale, Karen Baalmtt, Larry Bout. Richard King,Knren lloenlenneth lor-
gan. Ginger McGhee. Billy laeon. Judy Harlow. lay Doble, Linda Oleon. How III, I.-any
Pirtle. Carolyn Pope. Tonita Pope, Linda Haley. Lany Reynolda, Karen Ridge. Paul
She!fler, John Spencer, Gordon Snenc-1-, Bill Stegemollerdiaren laltere.Sara lilhe,
n-mlm nu. ma un. cum-.5l,,,.,lam1 gourth
Row I. QL to BJ, Tommy Alunbauda. Janes Anderson, Bobby Bonham, Barbara Brown,Kath-
leen Brown. Sammie Chrlety, Everett Davie, Pnnela Delleve. Sandra lllinlayne lifer.
Everett Gilham. Brenda Goodeon. Larry Greene. Roe II, Barbara Handley. Jon Hiatt.
lelba Houee, Bobby Hunley, Alfred Kendall, Geneva Landle, Iayetta Lang. Dorie Lenn-
lng. Monnie lareh, Kenneth lcGammon, Virginia lloCammon.Donald llelvimllornan lleurer.
Row III, Lydia Putoff, lllbur Sherman. Bill Shorter. Penny Sma1lwood,Ronald Snyder.
Sharon Todd.. Millie Vnugm, Lonnie laltere. Sandra Wa1ters,Tres1a lalternnnlta Key
Io1fe.Dlck lrldxtllhonae Yates. and line Aehbynahird grade
Central. which has been the first
school home for many boys and girls. is
one of the oldest 'buildings in the Cass
Township system. his year the enroll-
ment at Central was increased and great-
ly changed due to the fact that this the
building now houses all the pupils of
Case Township who are enrolled in the
primary and intermediate level througx
the fourth gade. 'mls ohang was made
upon the recommendation for consolida-
tion at Caes.Un1on and Centrel,the three
buildings used in the system. By making
the change the Cass Building was aban-
doned so that the fifth and sixth grades
usually a part of Cass and Gentra1.were
sent to Union.
he 220 pupils enrolled at Central
were divided into six rooms with two
rooms of mixed grades. Mrs. Hartlng had
thirty-three pupils of both beginners
and second and llrs. Carter had thirty-
flve of third and fourth.
Both pupils and teachers reported a
happy and successful year with definite
progress. Besides their regular class
work they had time for several extra
activities. They continued their lunch
program set up by the P.T.A.ggarden seed
were sold to raise money that was used
to buy art materials, profits from the
candy canteen were used to buy supple-
nentary readers and other needed items.
he teachers and pupils were happy with
their playground equipment. On the swing
slides, and merry-go round the children
have spent many happy hours.
All the Central group en,1oyed the
various programs they attended at Union,
especially the Christmas program.Severe.l
of these pupils are looking forward to
more happy days at Central while some in
eagerness await the enrolling at Union
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Union High School's Bend was forlnd
in 1936-37. Daring the years up to the
present tim may changes have been made
in this group. some being the type of
nusic in which they specialise. the else
of the bend and their directors.
As her first year directing a bendgwe
wish to congratulate lies Dugger for the
splendid work she did to retain a jolly
and rhythmic group which added pep and
determination to our athletic encounters
'mis year we will loose four members
and have many yoxmger students sho plan
to Join this group of msic makers.
'lhe Snapperettes have entertained at
many different organ1sat1ons.Lmong these
are: Lions Club. Rainbow G1rls,Ilks. Psi
Zotes, and school funct1ons.They believe
that 'lhxslc labs the heart lighter end.
Uniom's Boys' Chorus of 1952 was made
up mainly of underclassmsn. there being
only four seniors in this group.
At the start of the year '51-'52 this
group was very inexperienced. but under
expert tutoring of lies Dugger. the di-
rector,they developed into a fine chorus.
We seniors think the comlmmity should be
proud of this organisation.
his qua.rtet,also under the Cll!'9CtlO!l
of lies Duggsr. was COIIPOBQG of three
seniors and one sophomore. The se boys
were not forced into Joining this quar-
tet.It was done voluntarily for one res-
son only. that being, each lhdlflduh-13
love for singing. Ro doubt. the work of
these boys was enjoyed by everyone.
The Girls' Glas Club consists of oz
aembers. This choral group was organized
in l93l.d1reoted by Iles Gladys llltchell
and has been under the direction of lies
Dugger since l9lv4. ihese girls partici-
pate in many proprams and festivals dur-
ing the school yeargthus bringing pleas-
ure to many.
The mind. chorus consists of 60 mem-
bers: 30 boys and 30 girls. le are very
happy to have the number of boys being
increased each year.as they are the base
of a good cho1r.'l.hese students have many
experiences when they participate in the
The month of October brings many hap-
py smiles shen the announcement is made
stating the names of those who have been
selected to go to the state choral fest-
ival held in Indianapolis the latter
part of 0ctober.'B11s year l'l were chosen
to take part fron Union. After a dey of
rehersals,the final presentation ls held
on Friday night at the Cedle Tabernacle
for those sho attend the assoc1at1on.A.p-
proximately 1.000 students took part in
the activity this year.
his group was composed of four Sen-
iors. all who snJoyed singlngdheir main
appearance was the hankegtving progrel
and Spring Festival.
To compose this group there were six
Juniors end three seniors. These girls
sing at school functions and at meetings
of other organisations.
A small number of bend members joined
together to form a group to play popular
tunes. Iheir director was the student
director. Patty Hunley.
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Shirley le1lson,e Jr..d.1d e splendid Job l 'fx
ss Dru:-lleJoretts of Un1on's Bend. this N I
year. Shirley has entered several 808' -
tests and won several ribbons. Ie know
that next year she will continue to lesd X j
thebendinsuehsweythetell willbe .
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,. ,w my twirling to be done. hxese two girls
X displayed some bery skillful scenes with
4 ' ' M? their bntons. They have both been award-
. ed two ribbone. Ie wish these girls luck
in the mmm.
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year the members of the Bend Boosters' or-
ganisation steged e campaign for funds to buy
four new suits to outfit the new members sho
this year ,joined the Union Bend.
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1 e 1951-52 sports events bagan
at Union this year with the game of
football. lhis is Un1on's third year
Ihe Bulldogs loet three players
this year in the graduation exsroiss
They arexJack 0orbin.lex1 Robertson.
and Ton Scott.
1 e Unionaires wore enall and in-
experienced but ilprovod throughout
the season. In the baokfield three
sophonorss and one freshman se.: eo-
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season at home on November 2U against the young Sycamores of Lab. school. lith
so many young and inexperienced players. the Bulldogs found some difficulty into
breaking the victory column. All but two, Corbin and McClellan. were underclans-
men but they looked more like vertrans as the seaeon progressed.
This was the second year for the Bulldogs to compete in the I. I. C. and el-
though they lost their seven games played in the conference they were rated as
a hard playing team.
A total of 5U8 points were scored during the season and compared to the oppo-
nents total of 761 the six games won gave the Bulldogs a rating of .280. In ln-
dividual scoring for the team. Oliver stood first with a total of 2h2 points and
Hale ranked second with a total of 126. In third place was Lend with 1003 then
Boyd and Corbin running close of fourth and fifth with 98.95 points respectively
The remaining ten ranked as follows: McClellan 62,Aehburn j6,R1s1nger l+,0lson 3
Smith 2 and Holland 2.
State Lab. '
'hm thrso yall Lsubrs this ysax' ooa-
sistsd of Barbara Brock. Soniorg Bhirlsy
lotlson and lar: Bocas. Juniors. Lass
girls shond thai: loyalty and sports-
manship to thsir schoo1's ton by their
snappy polls and trying to hoop the fans
spirit M0 svsn than tha taal was on
tho losing sus. Congratulations go to
thsso girls for their tina aqasdition as
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Girls' participation ln ath-
letics at Union is sponsored and
promoted by the Girls' Athletic
Association. When the club was
first organised in 1928, it had
thirteen charter members. 0.14.
has made fine progress as time
marched on and is nos proud to
have a total enrollment of 29.
At the first called meeting of
'52 the four new officers who had
been chosen to guide the club and
assist lies Shepherd. our cap-
able sponsor, took charge of their
respective offices. hose officers
were: Beclq Swan. Pres.:Borma Mit
-chell. Vice Pres.: Rosemary Ash-
craft, Sec.g Betty Gllham, Point
Captain: Frances Storey, Treas.
At the annual candlelight ini-
tiation slx girls were made mem-
bers of the organisation.
Ae basketball season grew near.
nlghsrpractice was held in the gym
ln der that the teams would be
ready for the annual girls' tour-
nament. 'his proved to be a very
Five girls. Rebecca Swan, Betty
Gilham. Frances Storey. Forma lit-
ohell. and Rosemary Ashcraft, have
earned points to be eligible for
G.A.L. sweaters.B1e club will lose
six girls in graduation this year.
6.1.3. Roll Gall
Row I: Betty Gilham. Pat Hunley,
Ileanor Lippeatt.Dean Hampton. Row
II: Shirley Neilson. Jo Anderson.
Barbara l1ll1s.loraa Pope. How III
Ruth Patton, Marlene Olson. lary
Boone,Shirley Dunder. Row Uzlari-
lyn Houston. Anne las Gllham.L1eda
Belle Deckarddlarilyn Pope. Row V:
Sue Reynold.s.Garolyn Chambers,Eve-
lyn lliller, Reba Neilson. How VI:
Vivian llitchell,Ruth 5wam,Sue Dun-
gan. Pat Sullivan. Sponsor.M1ss
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he thirty Y-Teen members of Union
in trying to live up to their purpose
'To Find and Give the Best' have been
very active this year. Belng members
of the State Y-Teen Council. Barbara
Breck and Miss lrlgxt attended a meet
ing in Ind'p'l's last spring to plan
a district meet to be held at Union
Oct.. 8. l95l. State Director. J. Ben
Duff, attended this district meeting.
Projects sponsored wereza decorat-
ed car entered in
box of food given
larch of Dimes
display for the
to members of the
a campaiga for the
at Union also for
Assoc., a window
'I'.B. Drive. and a
for the school.
To build. their treasury. members
helped sell concessions and spon-
sored a Hidden Talent Program.
Ihs I-Teen girls. together with
Bl-Y members, attended services at
different churches. at Christmas
time they with the H1-Y sponsored
the Christmas program. Bev. Robert
lilllams of Cass was the speaker.
Uniting sith the HI-Y. they held
the annual Christmas Party and a
gala affair ln Mar. A highlight of
the year was the Mother--Dulghter
Tea. held the afternoon of Baccal-
Miss Glennovla Irlgxt was sponsor
of the Club again this year.
I-hen Roll Call
Bow I: Ruth Patton. Dean Hampton.
Rosemary Ashcraft. Marlene Olson.
Bow II: Pat Sullivan, Marilyn Smith,
Shirley Carlisle. Vanessa Terhune.
Row III: A1edaBe1le Dsckard.Doro-
thy Robertson. Shirley Neilson.
Betty Gllham. Row IV: Shirley hm-
der, Barbara Mitchell, Barbara lil-
lls. Carolyn Chambers. Bow Vx Norma
Mitchell. lyvonna Booher. Margaret
Miller. Norma Pope. Ann Tackett. Bow
VI: Sharon Gadberry. lvelyn Miller,
Shirley O'Haver. Mary Boone, Katie
Marsh. Row VII: Miss lrlgxt.
i QI Club
he Union H1-Y Club was very
successful in the 1951-52 year.
he club boasts of sixteen members
who have been active ln work based
on the H1-Y lotto 'Clean Sports.
Clean Speech. Clean Living. and
Clean Scholarship." One of the
hid: ligxts of the year was co-
sponsoring the District Conference
for H1-I and Y-'hen Officers and
Sponsors. Some of the projects
sponsored by the boys of this or-
ganisation vers: initiation of new
members. entering a. float in the
homecoming paradmholding Christ-
mas and Spring parties with the I-
hens. providing a box of food for
the County Infirnary.attend1ng le-
ca.l churches. and making a drive
to beep our school elem.
In the drive to keep our school
clean the boys made posters which
were placed. in the halls and in
the classrooms and helped the Y-
Ibens in presenting a skit before
the student body.
he officers this year were:
President, Roy L. llcclellang Vice-
Pres.. Jack Corbin: Sec.-Treae..
Darrel Keene: Chap., lornan Baleg
Sgt.-at-arms. had Boyd: and the
Sponsor, Hubert L. leer.
Hi-I R011 Call
Row I. QL to RJ. Tom Soott.larl
Robertson. lorman Stinsonnlonnie
Smith. Bos II. Joe Land. lax Bed-
ssll.Joe Hall.John Nsesl. Row III
Dean Pope.Cerald Keene.Tol Rising-
er, Larry lcC1ellan.Charles Rocks-
berry. Row IV. Brendt Olson. Curt
lodd. Phillip Griffith. and
SQC e' Dre al e
S gt .-at-Arms
he Beta Club ls a scholastic
honorary society. lor entrance in
this club you must maintain e. "B"
average in your subjects.
le have a National Conference,
which le held ln Louisville. Ken-
tucky. on November 30 and December
1. his year we had one member to
attend, Marlene Olson. She report-
ed many exciting experiences to
the club. At present. we have 30
members. le are proud to report
that membership to our club has
increased very much in the paet
five years. le know that the prog-
ress our club is making will make
Union a better school to attend.
Beta Roll Call
Bow I. Curt Todd.Barbara Breck,
Gerald Keene,Patty Hunley. Row II,
Joe Hall. Eleanor Lippeatt, lhomas
Scott. Shirley lellson. Fred. Boyd.
Bow III. Pat Sulllvan.larl Robert-
son. llarlene Olson. Dean Pope. Row
1V.lvsly'n lllller.John lhmeehlarl-
lyn Pope. Larry lbclellan. Barbara
llllis. Bow Y. Roy llcClellan.Rose-
mary Ashcx-aft.Barold 8heftler.Dean
Hampton. Row VI. lorma Pope. landa
llcheal. Ann Tackuett. Shirley 0'-
Baver. Ire. Headley.
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me lb-8 Club of 1951-52 was un-
der a new sponsorship. 'lbs girls'
group was under the direction of
Hrs. Harrison and the boys' under
We were very pleased to have
two members of our group chosen.
for their outstanding achievements
to take a trip to Chicago.I1l1nois
The two were Barbara W1l11s.a mem-
ber of the Junior class and Earl
Robertson. of the Senior Claes.
This year's officers were Pres.
Norman Hale.V1ce Pres. .Larry Hale.
Sec-.Wynonna Kennedy. Trsas.. Jack
As the club progresses it will
still live up to its motto: Mak!
the best better.
How I:Nancy Alumbaugh,Sally Ammer
mamlarkita Bartley,Helen Cox. Row
II: Mary Faidherbe.Harx-lett Good-
man, Diane. Hall. Connie Marsh. Bow
III: Virgina Meurer. KayJarett.
Carolyn Morgan. Reba Neilson. Row
IV: Anetta Held, Jane Reyno1de.Kay
Reynolds, Sandra Sohisler. Row V:
Dale Bargar. Gale Bargar,Karl Coy-
ner.Ke1th Coyner. Row VI:Ly1e lul-
ford,Jamss Ransford. Randy Small-
wood. Rodney Smallwood. Row VII:
Richard Maurer. Clara Smallwood
Elaine Woodrufhllaine Willis. Row
VIII: Sue Berger. lax Bed.wel1.Dean
Hampton.Joe Ha1l.E1eanor Lippeatt.
Row IX:Ke,y Meuremliorma Pope.Sh1r-
ley Ne11son.Dorothy Roberteon,Sara
Schisler. Row X: fred Walters,ZBar-
bare lil11s.Glenda loodrutf, Mrs.
Barr1son,Mr. Roberts. Sponsors.
One of the newest additions to tne cur-
riculum at Union is the Spanish lang-
uage. 'Fhere are twenty-four students in
our beginning class. In sduition to
their regular class work. the students
have formed s club--El Club Espanol.
The club meets during the regular class
period on Fridays and the students have
social and educational projects during
these meetings. It is the hope of the
members of El Club Espanol that through
movies,a.nd programs that they sponsor,
that they will do some small part to-
ward the developement of better under-
standing between the Americas.
The officers are: Pres. Fred. Boyd, Vice
Presddarllyn Pope and Sec.-Trees. Wanda
One goup that remains quietly in the
background doing the tasks that help to
brigmten school life is the Jr. Hi Dra-
matics Club. Among their projects are
listed a dramatic presentation, the an-
nual Christmas tres in the hallway and
their annual trip to V1ncennes.'l'he mem-
bers worked hard selling greeting cards
and various items to raise money for
their trip.Niss Pirtle is their sponsor
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To-day is Friday. October lb, 1951. But wait! what is all the hustle and bustle?
It looks as if it were a holiday. Yes. it is one of Union's holidays. To-nlynt is
homecoming and we play Jasonville.
This afternoon cars and floats are being decorated for the parade which is to ad-
vance througx town and proceed to Union for the march down the field and the crown-
ing of the football queen.
By a vote of the student body, Norma Mitchell, a senior, was elected to reign as
queen.As her attendants two girls were elected from each of the high school classes.
'Ihey were as follows: seniors. Ramona Kennedy and lynnona Kennedyg ,1uniors,Ma.r-lene
Olson and Ruth Psttong sophomores, Velda Sheffler, and Marilyn Houston: freshman,Ruth
Swan and Reba Neilson. To complete the picture there will be Winnetta Deckard. the
crown bearer: Judith Reynolds and Randy Smith scattering the golden petals in the
path of the quesng and Clifford Parmely carrying the new football to open the game.
The parade will long be remembered---the queen in white carrying red roses and
followed by her attendants. also in white. making the traditional march under the
lights of Union's football field..
unior Cladd flag
On Friday, april 18. the curtain rose on the dramatic production of the Junior class.
lheir presentation of the three act comedy drama, "Don't Ever Grow Up". by James Reach
drew a full house audience and was acclaimed a real success.
The scene of the play was laid in the horns of the Meadows, Mr. and Mrs. Meadows with
their two daughters and one som. each of whom has individual troubles trying to grow up.
The climax of all the problems was reached when Mimi. the younger daughter and manager
of the neigxborhood football team. decided to kidnap Hal, her football hero rather than
permit him to date her sister. For awhile Mimi. is very worried for she realises that she
might have caused Hal'e death. but the problems are worked out to a happy ending for all.
Shirley Dunder as Molly, the mid. supplied much of the humr throughout the entire play.
MOLLY - - - lthe maid in the Meadow's hom! -------- Shirley Dunder
MBS. MEADOWS ------ Qthe mtherj ------- Barbara Willis
MR. MEADOwS ----- lthe father! ------- Jin Ransford
MIMI - ------ Qths younger dsugxterj - - - lmmadean Hampton
CBAVATH ---- - fthe son! ----- - Charles Rooksberry
ELAINE - - - fthe oldest child. she is 193 - - Eleanor Lippeatt
DUD - - - - QM1mi's friend J ----- ----- Bo b Goodmn
CARRIE - lone of the grls of the neighborhood! - - Marlene Olson
VELMA ---- ianother one of the girlsl - - - - - Margaret Quillen
Rae ----- Kanother one of the girlej ------ Norma Pope
DIBBIE - Canother one of the girls! ----- Kathleen Marcy
JEAN ---- Kanothor one of the girlel ----- Harriett Anderson
GLENN la wealthy boy acts as tutor because he loves Eleinej Norman Hale
HAL ---- Qthe football hero who attends Mid-State Collepb - Tom Rieinger
JUDY - QE1a1ne's girl friendl ------- Carolyn Chambers
JOHNNY - Cone of the boys of the neighborhoodj - - Chester Wilson
SLIM Lanother one of the boys! ------ B111 Ashburn
enior Clay y
The play 'Mother Is A Freshman" which was presented by the Senior Class on
March 21. 1952. was marked as one of the most prominent features of the year.
The theme of this drama was woven around the may experiences of Susan and her
Mother at college. The trouble began when Susan's Mother having carelessly used
the rrnney left by her deceased husband. realised she must do something if she
kept her daugxter in college. The chance came when she learned that the college
offered a scholarship to anyone having the name Abigail lbrtitude. Since these
were the names Susan's Mother had. she tried to claim the scholarship: for by
careful management the two of them could attend college on this amount.
The school dean, however along with many others. could not see why any adult
with a daughter wanted to attend. colleg. Thus, the stay at Pointer College be-
came a battle ot wits with the whole affair ending in a surprise love angle. and
Susan learning that one's own happiness comes from making others happy.
Mrs. Abigail Abbott ----- ------------- P atty Hunley ------------- ---- -------- a widow
Susan ---- - ------------- ----------- - --Barbara Breck- ------ - ---- ------ - her daughter
profgssor l1ghea,1s-- ----- -------- - --Roy lcCle1ls.n-- ----------- campus heart-throb
B111 ------------ ----------------- ---- J sc k Corbin- ---- --------------- ----- l 1 keable
Syliwg- --------- - ---- - ------------- Frances Storey- ---------------- ---- bo ok worm
Xoqig ----- - ---- --- -------- ------- Ge rald Keene- ------ ------------ go od.-natured
Glu-g --.--- --------------------- V anesea Terhune- ---- ---------- s catterbrsln
Bobq ------- ------------- ------ I ar l Robertson ---------------- oonceited. chap
Mu-5, ...-- .-------- ------------ R o eemary Ashcraft ------------ the sweet tooth
Bunny- ----- ----- - --------------- I ynona Kennedr- ---- --- ------- rather naive
Jwk .-.----------- ------ -------- - - 'rom Scott ---- ---------------- - --good-natured
cgrrig- .-.--- -- ------- --------------- B etty Gilhan- ----------------- happy-go-lucky
Dem Gillingmm- ----- ---------------- H srold Sheffler- ----------------- -dignified
ln, l111gr---- ------- --------------- Phy llis looney- -------------- the housemother
No ploy could 'be a success without the help of those who work behind stage. This
year the stage mangers were Charles Bonham and B111 W1lkesgPrompter. Becky Swan:
Make-up,Ann Teekettsgsound effects.Ra.lph Ranardg Stage Decoration, Ramona Kennedy
and Patsy Boone.
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