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We, the Senior Class of 1953
wish to dedicate
the Atomic Edition of The Gold "U"
to OUT PHTSRCS
who have given so unselfishly
of their time .
of patience ,
and of funds
to help make this year
the most important
of our entire school career
In this, the Atomic edition of The Gold "U"
we, of the class of 1953,
have tried to show as accurately ae possible
the work and Sctivities of pupils
of the Cass Township schools during the year
For all the help which we have received
in the writing, and editing
of this record of our school.
we are most grateful.
History of Union
Just a. Glimpse
Literature on the Move
Sophomore: and helhmn
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Fifth and Sixth
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To live in this land of the brave and. the free,
To go to this school that was built for you and me.
Ohhvhat privileges have been given to the class of '53.
Let us ne'er forsake them or never let them die.
But forever be true to dear old Union High.
Union Big: School was dedicated in 19213 and
since that year. approximately 11400 graduates
have passed through her doors and started the
long climb to sUccess.All of these students hold.
dear the memories of their school life.
Looking back over the years. we find that many
changes have taken place-. many additions have
been made and parts have been remodeled to im-
prove the school and give each pupil the best
advantage. Among the noted changes are the new
gymnasium, and the new shop building. The remod-
eling of the annex gave space for the cafeteria
where students may buy a warm. well- balanced
lunch.EEhe addition and improvement of the foot-
ball field with lights, bleachers, and house for
concessions has kept Union abreast of the times
Other changes and improvements have been made
throughout the years, all of which have gone to
make Union our Alma hater. the school we love.
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To get an understanding of government in
a democracy. all seniors are required to
study goverment. In addition to their
work in the classroom. the students had
practical experience in citizenship by
conducting the Student Council election.
Also. the class visited the state legis-
lature in Indianapolis in lbbruary. and
the county officers in the spring. lr.
leer taugxt government.
Mathematics, a difficult but very essen-
tial subJsct.ha.s been used to solve many
of the important world problems. In our
school this year the mathematical sub-
jects taugxt were: algebra and geometry
by lr. Stegmollerg and arithmetic by
llrs. Bawtin and Mr. Todd.
In this mechanical age every one is de-
pendent upon machinery in some way. Since
machinery came into use in our factories
and plants, there has been a growing need
for men to understand and operate it.
Because some work is quite complicated,
the operator needs to acquire a training
In some machine shop. Union. in the shop
course. has tried to offer such training.
lr. Johnson was the instructor of shop.
One of the prominent parts of Union is
the commerce department.Subjects offered
are shorthand. typing. bookkeeping, and
office practice.Awerds are given to out-
standing students. Besides class recita-
tion, students visit offices. view busi-
ness educational films.and attend demon-
strations of office machines. Students
may also take part in the U.B.B.A. and
Il.0.l.A. tests.ll1.ss Wright instructed it.
Home Economics. offered to all Union to
girls. is organised to care for those.
interested in becoming good hom makers .
Besides learning how to ses and cook. the
girls study child care .nursing procedure.
home p1anning.personal grooming. leisure
time. and ed,1ustments to people. Various
courses are offered in junior high and
throughout senior hignlrs. Harmon is in-
One of the more difficult subjects that
is offered to the Freshman students is
biology. This is the study of living or-
ganism. One-half of the year is given to
the study of plants and one-half to the
study of animals. One year of science,
which is usually biology. is required in
order to graduate. llrs. Coyner. who has
given special study to science. is the
very inspiring teacher of this subject.
Journalism is the source of our means of
producing the weekly school newspaper .
me motto of this subject is "Speed and
Lccuracyu. The students of Journalism,
live up to this motto zestfully.Journal--
ism is very important to the whole univ-
erse for without printing them would be
little means of expressing our thoughts
and the thoughts of others. This subject
was taugxt by Mrs. Coyner.
Could it be that someday they may drop
chemistry entirely at Union? Chemistry
has been declining rapidly each year.1he
big reason is thought to be that Union
H141 School is offbring new subjects
each war. 'Ibis subject should not be
slighted as it is very vital and impor-
Being a subject of foreign language puts
Latin in a different and most interest-
ing field of study.It is required of all
who assume professional work of nurses,
Cl0CtOI'S.and pharmacist. This subject was
taught by Mrs. Headley.
There were twenty students in second year
Spanish. In addition to class study, the
students have a club,Q Club Espano1.They
have published two editions of a paper.
Iicllfensamientos Flojos. Last year they
had a llexican party with d1nner,a hayrlde
and folk dancing.'hxs members pay dues to
make the party an annual affai.r.0fficers:
Pres. ,John Fuzes1gV-Pres. , Wanda Michael:
Sec 'y-Treas. ,Katie MarshgSponsor,Mr.Near.
Literature is a subject which takes you
to all parts of the earth.to learn about
the people who lived there and the ways
in which they 11ved.In a way literature
has a touch of history revealed in very
interesting poems and stories. Some de-
pict historical events and other phases
of 1i.fe.Literature classes were conduct-
ed by Mrs. Coyner.Mrs.Headley,ll1ss Shep-
herd. Miss Pirtle and Mrs. Reid.
HEALTH and SAFETY
Health and Safety is a subject required
of all students before they can graduate
It deals with the health of individuals
and the ways in which they can prevent
harm to themselves and their surround-
ings. This subject which is so vital to
all students for means of better and
safer living is taugxt by lr. Mason and
Members of the advisory board are elect-
ed for a period of four years. They meet
with the township trustee and advise him
in his many services. They have five of
the regular meetings each year which are
called by the trustee for the purpose of
discussing any township problem. Special
call meetings may be called at any time
These men deserve much credit for the
work they have done .Members of the board
are: Nolan Reeves. Rollie Eslinger, and
sanmam e unease-.sm
ame Student Council was organized this
year for the first time. Mrs. Headley.
Hr. Near, and Mr. Todd. were the sponsors
of this group. Their largest project for
this year was the clean-up campaign. and
claim inid tra lion
To most of the students who attend Union,"Shorty"
is considered as an old friend. In the many ac-
tivities that have been undertaken, he could he
depended upon to back us. He has worked hard and
played an important part in the progress of Union.
We are very fortunate to have had Mr. Usrey as our
township trustee,and we wish to express our thanks
for the many things he has done to make Union a
everybody willingly helped to make the
campaign a success.'1!1e officers for this
year were as follows: President. Charles
Rooksherryi Vice-Pres., Joe Hallg Sec.,
Winkis Good.man,'1'reasurer,Norma.n Stinson.
The person who deserves much of the credit for the
work and worry connected with the operation of
Union is the principal, lr. Todd. Ee is a graduate
of Indiana Central College and I. U.. with an A.B.
and ll. S. degree. He has been with Union two years
and during this time has given his services un-
failingly. To him goes our appreciation for a very
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'Ihe Office Staff. provides educational
enterprizes for secretarial workllhese
girls type,file.te,ke dictation. carry
noticesmrite permits, and many other
things that help to educate them for
secretarial work.The members of this
staff are as follows:Seated at table.
L to R,Mr. Toddjanda Michael. Marilyn
Pope,Dorothy RobertsongSeated at type-
writers. L to R,Carolyn Chambers,Sh1r-
ley Dund.srgAt duplicatorjyvoma Book-
ergln background,L to R.Betty McCsmmon
Mary Boone, Emmedean Hampton. Rosemary
Michael,Kathleen llamy.Shirley Jewell.
EDNA COYNER - AB Ind.
ism. Senior class
BLANCHIE HAITIN - BS
HUBERT L. NEAR - AB.
MA, Degrees Ind.State
Teechex"s College and
RUSSELL MASON-BS Ind.
State Teachex"s Col-
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llelffsndvll Colleseall Michigan ce11ege.B.1a.
Univ. of Ill. Tauylt cowhgraudlt physical
fnglilh- Latin- and education and neun..
BS Indiana State
class sponsor and
and history in the
seventh and eighth
grades at Union.
DOROTHY ELMORE - BS
Univ. of Vincennes.
Taugxt First Grade
ment, Spanish, world.
Student Council and
sophomore class spon-
ONETA PIRTLE -BS Ind..
State Teacher's Col-
lege. Taugxt health
and English in Bidlfh
and seventh grades at
of Beta Club.
HARVEY ROBERTS - BS
Ind. State Teecher's
KATHBYN HARTING - BS
Ind. State '1'escher's
Grade at Central.
and Sixth Grades at
MARY ALICE REID -
BS Indiana State
Teugxt Grade Five
and lreshman Ing-
C.W.STEGEMOLLER - LB.
and algebra. Sponsor of
DOROTHY DUGGEBPBS Cin
Music Cons. and Univ.
of Cinn. Taugxt music
in 8.11 Hades. - AB ann
dil'9CtOre n Ind-.state ibachergsmlmms 'AB
College . Taugxt Social
sum.. .nd mm.. G'01'S' P""W 001' JOHN H. JOHNSON - BS
Indiana State .Taught
sical ed. Librarian
shop and Industrial
EVELYN CARTER - Ind.
State Tsacher's Col-
lege.Taught the Third
and Fourth Grades at
'EDNA GOODMAN-BS Ind.
State Teechers's Col-
lege. Taudxt Fourth
and Junior elses
Grade at Central. ORLANDO 33301935 Ind
State 1bacher'e Col-
lege. Taught Grade
Six at Union.
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ORA LEE ASHBY - Ind.
State Teacher's Col-
lege. Taudn. 'Hurd
Grade at Central.
ALBERTA ILHARIDN -BS
Indiana State Teach-
er's College. Tmudmt
sor of ,junior clue
and NH Club.
BANK PRATT -BS Ind.
State lbacherhl Col-
lege. Teugxt Second
Grade at Central.
le started out at the age of six
With different friends we learned to mix
On through the grades we went
lith many a scratch and dent.
'men IB began our hiya school day!
And each merrily went his pleasant way
lhen, graduation was here
lost were happy. but some shed a tear
But never fear.
le'll go on throng: life
0, hrougz all the worldly strife
Always trying to keep the rlgxt.
So our 'brigxtest day.
Will never see the darkest night.
IABJORIE ELEANOB LIPPEATT
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16 yregCho.Acc'p'tgTrio 3 yrs
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State lair group 1 yrg State
Festival 2 y-rsgG.A.A. 14 yrs:
Y-Teens 3 yrs,Vlce-Pree.l yr
and President 1 yrgSr. Claes
Beta 2 yreglb-H 2 yrsg Annual
StaffgPep Club l yr.
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CHARLES E. ROOKSBERRY
Motto: It'e much easier to
be critical than correct.
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Councilg Football. 3 yreg
Basketball. 2 yrsg Annual
IestivalgState Fair groupg
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IMHLENE SHARON OLSON
Motto: "They conquer who
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Mixed. Cho.3 yrsg Girls 'Cho.
lb yrsgState Music Festival:
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SHIRLEY ANN CARLISLE
Motto: The best things in
life are free.
Beta 14 yrsgY-Teen 1+ yrsgAn-
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Girls' ChogState Music Ees-
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WYVONNA. LOU BOOKER
Motto: Love many. trust few
and always paddle your Own
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to bles e of a 1-O is l11Q
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SHIRLEY ANN DUNDER
Motto: Work as thougm you
would live foreverglive as
though you would die today
G.A.A. 2 yrs,po1nt captain
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GERALD DEAN PIRTLE
Motto: Smile and the world.
smiles with you.
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In the Tall of 1949, ws, the members of the class
of '53. began a four year experiment-hlgx school
test--the most difficult task of our lives. AB
Freshmen. we were somewhat lest and 1'r1g1tsned,bux
many of the fifty-five students who answered roll
call were determined to graduate. During our first
years. many of us took on several extra-curricular
activities to divert the regular routine of our
work. Some became disinterested and stopped by the
roadside. Others began dreaming of the day when we
would fill the ranks of Seniors.
As Juniors. only thirty-eldxt continued the exper-
iment. Under the sponsorship of Kiss Shepherd and
Mrs. Harrison we elected officers for the year
Pres1dent,Norman Hale: Vice-President, Mary Boone:
Recording Secretary, Tom Risinprg Corresponding
Secrstary.Norma Popegand Treasurer, Emmadean Hamp-
ton. his year we attempted several of the sub-
experlments. Ons of these was the presentation of
Don't Ever Grow QR, which was acclaimed a success
by everyone.lhe Reception, we gave in honor of the
departing sen1crs.was also a succese.Ie were proud
and we eagerly awaited our last year at Union.
Finally. our senior days arrived! By new our num-
ber had dwindled to thirty-fiye. Lt times we felt
a little sad, realizing that our experiment would
soon be completed. Looking back over the previous
years. we saw some of our mistakes as well as ac-
complishments. his year, with Irs. Goyner. Miss
Iright.and lr. Todd as sponsors,we elected Eleanor
Lippeatt to lead the group. Other officers are:
Vice-President, Charles Booksberryg Recording Sec-
retary. Marlene Olson: Corresponding Secretary.
lyvonna Book:-arg and Treasurer. Shirley Carlisle.
In our efforts to make money for our yearbook and
trip to Washington, D. C. and New York, we were
hspt quite busy. Again we tried the field of dra-
matics. when ws presented the play, Annie Laurie.
his costume play. acclaimed a success, will lin-
ger ln the minds of many people.
Looking back over the experiment, we wish to say
that we have had some wonderml times, in spite of
the hard work we encountered ln our stay hereg and
we wish the best of luck to those we are leaving
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on 51161195 29. 1959-4,1 stood in the hallway of the
Central School building and waited for the bell
to officially announce 'the opening of the new
term- For the past few years I had been teaching
an elementary grade in a Terre Haute schoolgbut
having decided to return to my home town.I espe-
cially looked forward to this year for two rea-
sons. One.I contemplated adventure with the pri-
mary department in the new building that had
been built where "Old Central" had stoodgand
second,1n the words of Goldsmith,I was just glad
to return at home at last.
laitlng here in the hall.I watched the children
as they arrived and a little red haired boy cap-
tured my attention. Why did he seem to stand out
so much in my mind? Slowly. my thougxts sent
beck--memories of my own school days possessed
my thougzts. One individual of those past school
days began to loom up out of the past--another
red hatred boy--Bill Ashburnflhy did this little
boy seem to remind m so much of Billu driving
curiosity to know the boy's name possessed me,
but when the bell rang I entered my room to per-
form my first duty--enrollment. This task only
added to my curiosity for there in the first row
sat that same red haired boy.
Aggravated at having my attention to duty so dl-
verted. I resolutely began to enter the informa-
tion in my register. Slyly each little newcomer
stood and told me his name or handed me mother's
note with the necessary 1nformat1on.A,ll the time
the vision of the little boy hovered in my mind
like a dancing little nymph. men up he jumped,
'ly nam is Eddie Ashburn." he stated as if he
dared me to entertain the least shadow of a
Simultaneously with l1dd1e's statement there was
a rapping at the door. I asked the children to
sit quietly while I answered the door, but was
hardly prepared to have my already confused mind
further reverted to memories of the past. But
back to my own school days raced my attention
for there in the doorway stood none other than
IIIIIIBAGBD Hampton. my classmate of high school
days. She covered my surprise with that ready
smile of hers as she handed me a package and er-
Plained that it was the books that Eddie had
forgotten. 'You see he is just like his daddy,"
laugxed Emmadean. "Billy so often forgot to take
things with him."
Perhaps someone had told me that Billy and Ema-
dean were married soon after our graduationgbut
if so I had forgotten. Eager and big hearted as
she had been in school days,Emadean generously
invited me to have dinner at her house that eve-
ning. 'Then we will have a chance to re-live the
past and brief the bits of choice gO8SiP'18.UQOd
I needed no one to urge me to accept this invi-
tation and a chance to reinstate myself with
old friends, so I promised to accompany Edd!-0
home the minute the closing bell sounded.
I returned to my class and the day passed as all
days must. I had my enrollment completed and had
becom acquainted with most of my pupils when
the bell finally sounded the close of the day. I
accompanied Eddie home and when we arrived Emma-
dean was preparing dinner. She gave me an apron
and asked me to arrange the salad while she put
the rolls in the oven.
Iorking there together and discussing the events
of the day it was only natural that we would
start dreaming of days past: due when several
from our class would gather at one home -for fun.
refreshnents, and sometimes work.
"You know. Dean.you don't seem one bit different
Do you remember the nigxt we made candied apples
at Barbara's't I asked as I placed the salad on
"Gee, yes, I made some for Eddie and his friends
just the other day", lmxgxed. Dean as she placed
the pan of rolls in the oven. 'I wonder where
all of our class mates are .Do you ever hear from
very many of them". she inquired.
"W'ell,I still hear from Shirley Dunder. You knew
that she is secretary to Phil Gr:Lffith,the pres-
ident of Pyramid Paper Coupany in Chicago."I an-
swered. Oh.yee,1n her last letter she told about
Kathleen Maxey and Carolyn Chambers who had just
recently taken positions for office work in the
same building. They should have some good times
now that they are together again."
"I had a letter from Norma not too long ago."
said Dean. "I suppose you know that she and Tom
Rieinger had married. They are in California
where Tom is directing an orchestra." explained
Emmadean as she went to the door to call Billy
and Eddie to dinner.
Father and son lost no time getting into the
housenand after the preliminary greetings. as we
took our places at the table to enjoy the dinner
Dean and I were still in the reminiscent mood.
"mere are several of our class mates still a-
round here, explained Dean. 'I often hear from
Barbara Willis. You know she is a dietician at
Riley Hosp1tal.In her last letter she told about
Shirley Neilson's wedding and Sh1rley's new home
"Sure, and Jim was telling me today that Charles
Rooksberry, Vernon Smith, and Joe Land had re-
enlisted for another term in the Navy.They'll be
stationed at Great Lakes this time. Tney think
they will make a career of the Navy now,"offered
Bill as he helped himself to a second. helping of
Page Twen ty- two
the fried chicken.
'Say. mommie, tonight's paper has a picture of
Eleanor Lippeatt. Did.n't you say she was your
"Yes, dear, I saw the picture," answered Dean.
"Hasn't Eleanor been successful in her political
work." said Emmadean.
"!es,"I agreed"I admire Eleanor for her progress
Do you remember how our government teacher, Mr.
Near. always said that some day we would have a
woman for Vi.ce-President."
'In the Indianapolis News. the editor, Norman
Sheffler, has done a good Job of publishing her
campaign," Bill reminded us.
"Say, Bill, after dinner let's drive over to
Norman Hale's farm for a visit. He always enjoys
talking about our high school days." suggested
We all agreed that talking with Norman would be
fun so as soon as we had finished dinner and
cleared away the d1shee,Bl1l brougxt the car and.
we were off for a visit.
"Mommie" asked Eddie,"let's go past the library
so I can have a book to read."
"I think that would be fine agreed Edd1e's moth-
er."EIhen we can show off our new libra.ry.You re-
member Shirley G-arrard and Betty lcCammon? lhey
are the librarians."
Before we arrived at the library we passed a
very attractive and exclusive dress shop. Emma-
dean explained that it was owned by our former
classmates, Shirley Carlisle and Shirley O'I-Iaver
Near the edge of the town Bill pulled into a
Marathon station for gas and I was surprised to
learn that Bob Goodman was the chief mechanic.
As we drove farther into the country I was sure
we were arriving at Norman's home. for just
ahead was a beautiful. well kept farm. I soon
learned of my mistake for Bill informed me that
this was the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ransford.
He explained that Jim and Alma Brewer had mar-
ried soon after graduation and had been very
successful on their farm.
At last we reached Norman's fam. He was elated
to see us, said he had just been in town for
"Being a bachelor lsn't always so nice," teased
"Oh, I'm not so sure' Norman defended himself.
'You know that new restaurant operated by Mr.and
Mrs. John Cliver has wonderful home cooked food.
You remember his wife--she was Sharon Re1d,"Nor-
"Yes." agreed Emmadean "end their other restau-
rant in Sullivan. the one operated by Wyvonna
Booker and Evelyn Pigg, is a splendid place to
'While I was in the restaurant tonight, Sharon
showed me anews article that told of Audrey
Pilk and Marian Lovelace enlisting in the Waves'
related Norman as he showed us into his spacious
bachelor quarters."We are just in time to watch
the '1'.V. show over URAB' continued Norman check-
ing his watch."Did you lmow that Dorcas Borders
and Ruth Patton are now with the Grand Q-I! Ogre.
They will be on now" he continued as he tuned in
his TN. set.
'What a beautiful T.V. lamp," I explained.
"Yes, 1sn't that e. beauty," agreed Norman. 'You
remember Chet Wilson? lell. he and his wife.
Mary Boone,gave me that as a gift when I visited
them on their ranch in Texas last summer.
After our visit with Norman. B111 took me home.
I made a hurried preparation of my work for the
next day's teachingg then. just before drifting
off to sleep I gave one last thougxt to a mol!
pleasant evening. I also made a vow to keep 111
closer touch with my class mates and what they
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Old Library on Aggembly Construction Crew at lork
Books on the love
'Literature Ever-loving' this
saying held true when the li-
brary was moved up stairs and
established its new hole in
the front part of the assembly
It was changed in order to
meh lore class room since
the fifth and sixth grades
hive been brougt out to the
Union High School.
'me ceiling has been redecor-
ated. the reading tables have
been refinished. nes shelves
have been built, and any Bl
books occupy these shelves.
he students are very proud of
these improvements and. hope
that Dy another year the glass
partition can oe added. thus
dividing the study hall from
finished Product I-ibrlrzr in Ure check your nook. Pleu-
Page Twenty- four
I'll Be Darned
I Don't Know
I'll bet ya
lhat sure is
Did I ever tell
You gonna buy
lhat'd She Say?
Did you ever!
lell I'l1 Bs!
Oh. my gosh!
Say it isn't
Let's see now.
Oh my gosh!
See, what I
You do it.
Is that right?
I feel so un-
'lull Me Why.
Have You Heard
Lady of Spain
Anyvhere I Wonder
'Bell Me You're
Hey, Good Lookin'
Your Cheating Heart
Till I Ialts Again
Keep it a Secret
Ion't You be Mine?
Oh Harp: Days
My Blue Heaven
You Belong To Me
Mansion Over the
Ma says, Pa says.
Penny a Kiss
Mansion Over the
Because you're mine
Keep It a Secret
Are You 'basing me?
Pistol Peskin' Mama.
Pennies from Heaven.
Forever and Ever.
I Dream of You
Bell Bottom Trousers
L igh t Blue
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Page Teen ty Si:
Our class.w1.th its lt-5 members. has lost only seven
and gained two since we were freshmen. Our leaders
in the first three years of hig: school were Pat
Sull1van,John Fuzesi, and Dwane Kinnettdle enjoyed
many good t1mes.such as our freshman party and the
trip to Shakamakdshe sophomore all-day picnic, and
our successful magazine campaign which began our
Junior year.Dwane Kinnett was our star salesman of
magazinesfle have had a few bake sales, which have
proved a good source of income,and. se sponsored a
home talent show. We also sponsored a hat and coat
check booth at every home basketball game. Ls we
entered into the second semester of school, we an-
ticipated the annual ,junior class play and the re-
ception for the seniore.We want to thank our spon-
sors,M1ss Shepherd and llrs. Harmon. for their guid-
ance through our happy and successful Junior year.
le look forward to our final year at Union.
Row I. L to B., Joe Ball, Janis Ashcraft,l'red Boyd.
Vivian Mitchell. Jack lcCemmon. Judy Kennedy. Troy
Richardson, Patricia Sullivan. Joe lcGheeg Row II.
Yelda Sheffler. Brad Danie1s,SharonGadberry,Nor-
man Hendg-1ckg,Dorothy Robertson.0rva1 Holland, F10-
retta Bedwell, Bill Smith, Sharon Haleg Row III,
Everett Malone, Marilyn Tackett. Don And,erson,Esse
Qu111en.Jerry Scott,llarilyn Houston,Leeter Cassell
Marilyn Smith,Monnle Smithgiow IV,Sue Reynolde.Je-
rome Sherman,A1eda Belle Deckard. Donald Jerrells,
Katie Marsh, Merl Hayes. Anna Mae Gilha.m.Fred Pat-
tong Row V, Wanda, Michael, Lowell Mood.y,Pa,ul Bled.-
soe, Rodney Smallwood,Don Ge.Inb1ll,Loren Dav1s,Ray-
mond Reynolds, Ermel Pirtle.
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, ,, ,
Bow I,L to R, Sue Ann Ihncan,Max Bedwell,Shirley
Jewel1,Da.nny Land1e,Mild.red Parks,James Kirk,Ju-
dith Kenned.ygRow II,Gene Wood.ward,Beverly Meeks,
Merle P1gg,Sa.l1y Ammerman,Brend.t Olson, Gertrude
Wa1ters,Norman StinsongRow III,AlvinaEnochs,Curt
Todd,Rosemary Gliver,Jimmle Zaayer,Ladonna Price
Dean Pope,Linda, Haekettgflow IV,Bill Waltera,Jua-
nita Sa1esman,Charles Walls,Bar'bara Wa1ters.John
Terhuned-darilyn Shortex',Bob Carl1slegRow V, Sue
Blevene,De1me.r D1ckey,Donna Burr1s,La.rry McClel-
lan,Rosemary Robex'ts,Rex Ballard, Ruth Swan: Row
VI,John Butler,Dar1ene TNu:pen,Phy1l1s Piggy Row
VII, Reba Neilson, Fred Walters,Margaret Ridge.
Row I,L to R,Kay McChee,Jack Houee,Bax-bare Moon-
eygRow II, Ralph Isbell.Sheila Besheres, Eddie
Hayesg Row III, Kay Jewel1,Tommy Maxey, Christina
Reynoldsgliow IV,David Greemllildred M11ler,Billy
Lynn,Sandra Gambi1l,Jerry Sheff1er,Nancy Goldman
Burl Christygllow V, Trenia Ashcraft,Leon Kendall
Judy Sherma.n,Winkie Goodman, Rosemary Michaels,
Ralph Kirk, Mary Garrardg Bow VI, Stephen Herne,
Sue Ann Garter, Lyle lulfordlay Reynolds, Handy
Sma1lwood,Etta Mae Jerrelle,Larry Ha.1egRow VII,
Eleanor Harrison,Gordon Scam1horn,Patty Chambers
Richard Evans, Judy McGhee. Bobby Robbins, Betty
Brewerqliow VIII,Teddy Walters, Judy Smith.R0berf'
Hiatt,C1ara Lau Vaug'xn,Jlm Watklns,Ca.ro1 Camden.
Page Twenty- e ight
Row Llarilyn Llum'baugh,Nancy Alumbaugh,
Gary Ammerman.Joyce Ballard,Carol Brewer
Harry IBorders,Ma.ry Butler,Helen Goxg Row
II. Roger Andre. Phyllis Cl1ver.Carolyn
Harrison, Donald Chambers, Katie Heaton,
Sandra H1att,Kelth Coyner,Jane Cartyglloi
III. Shirley House, Glenda Johnson, Dean
Goodman,Bertha K1rk,Conn1eMarsh,Gary Mc-
Cammon,SueMcCammon,Be1va llitchellgllow IV
James Ma,son,Tiny Key llom-oe,Garolyn Mor-
gan, Brent McClellan, Marilyn O1son,Ruth
Parks,RonaJ.d Smith,Mar1lyn P1lkgRowV,Ja-
retta B.eynolds,Al1ce Wa1tera,Jim Spencer
Sandra Schisler,Ruth W11li.s,DickSwan.Ma-
ry Scott, Barbara Turpin: Row VI,R1chard
Tatlock,Byrle Wh1te,Elaine Woodruff,Den-
ny Isbell, Steve 0sborne,El1za'beth Webb,
Edward Tacketts,Dav1d SwangRow VII ,Billy
Ridge, Andy Secrest, Nellie Richardson.
Wendell Davis, Gilbert Pigg.
Bow I, L to R, Judy Noble, Sue Reynolds,
Donald Kinkade, Carol Reel, Kay Jarrett:
Row II, Kinda Rhodes, Herbert Gambill,
Mildred Kendall, Lloyd Hendricks, Sharon
Br1dgewater.Harvey Green,Mary G1ose,Fred
W1se,Sandra Shepherddlarvin IBedwell,Dar-
lene Ingle, Jim Ballard,Shirley Gooksey:
Ron III, Allen Carr,Luc1nda Deckard, Jay
Daniels, Sue Ann Houpt,Tom Shorter,Janet
Smith, Gale Bargar,Glara Smallwood, Gary
Carter, Marjorie Sm1th,l1ke lWergueon,Lo-
retta Roberts,Dale Ba.rgargRow IV, Rowena
Cummings, Paul Hiatt,Kay Land1s,Alan Ar-
nold, Linda Gambill, Lewis Bonham,Brenda
Pigg,Bob Davisddarilyn Wyatt,GeneHobbins
Kay Haskett,J'im Salesmangkow V,Tom Swan,
Betty Pirtle,Pau1 Diehman,Ca.ro1yn DeNeve
Bob Wolfe. Janice Johnson, Karl Coyner,
Beverly Reyno1ds,John Wilkes ,Martha Rey-
no1ds.Chas. Shsffler, Markita Bartley.
, Y, .,..,a.,,....,,-A ,
.hfth grade Y
Row I: Vicki Ashcraft, Bob Beaty. Judy Bedwell, Lance Bedwell, Carole Anders. Gary Christy, Dean
Chubb, Fred Cox, Carolyn Crynes, Billy Ellis. Larry Engle. Row II: Keith Gambill, Walter Goodman,
Buddy Green, Gene Hiatt, Stanley Horne, Larry Hout, David Jordan. Richard King, Linda McCulloch,
Sue loore,Karen Moss.Row III: Tomy Parks, Billy P1rtle,Ca.ro1yn Pope,Linda Haley, Barbara Reynolds,
David. Reynolds, Karen Ridge, Bette Roberts, Shirley Salesman, Tony Sevier. Row IV:Jerry Skinner,
Bill Stegemoller, Ralph Stinson. Bobby Tatlock, Kay Terhune, Donald Traviss, Sue Wayman, Mary Webb,
Sara Wilkes, Larry Wolfe.
Row 1: John Ballard., Bonnie Chesterfield., Bill Cliver, Judy Christy, Lorena Dishman, Ann Exline,
Vicki. Hale, Judy Marlowe, Joe Pigg, La.rry Pirtle, Carolyn Price, Jams Richardson, Robert Richardson.
Bow II: Kenneth Sevier, Myra Snyder, Gorden Spencer, Linda Walters, Phyllis Miller, Brenda Boone,
Brenda Davies, Della Hall, Bill Hunley, John Irons, Jimmy Phillips, Ronnie Reeves, Karen Scamihorn.
Row I: Sharon Arnold, Sue Barger, Glenn Bedwell, Donald Blevens, Jack Brewer, Melba Butler,John Car-
l1sle,Larry Chambers.Son,ia Chestnut,Jerry Chesterfielddiarold Wayne Clark.Row II:Ernest Coleman,Linda
Dav1s,Anna Mae Gamb1ll,Henry Gi.lha.m,I-Iarriett Good.man,Phyllis Green,Karen Harrison.B1lly Hatfie1d,Lar-
ry Hend.r1cke,Ray Jordan.Row III: Bobby House,Joel Lea.me.n.Bi1ly Mooney,Pearl Monroe,Billy Olson, Phyl-
lis Patton, Kathryn Reynolds,J1mmy Ri.chardson,Sara Schieler.Commodore Secrest.Row IV:I.inda Shipman.
Ladonna Shorter,Linda Sm1th,Judy Vaughn,Nancy 'ila1ters,Brent Wayman.Johnnie W1se,Loren Wiaeman,Richard
X 5 ,
,g is x
School started. Mr.8eMrs. Jones here to
discuss taking pictures this year.
Curtis Salesmn here about magazines.
Curtis here for Juniors.
Senior class meeting.
Yell-leaders elected today.
Crowell-Collier magazine salesman here
Nominated football queen and attendants
Got first static out for the year.
Elected queen and attendants.
First football game at Bloomington.
Seniors out of school to get annual ads
Freshmen are becoming adjusted.
Big plans for homec oming.
First home football game.
Decorated Y-Teen and Hi-Y cars tonigmt.
Out of school this afternoon to deco-
Work to straighten up after homecominzx-
We lost the game.
Seniors out to get Ads today.
Magazine sales end today.
Senior Class mee ting.
Bangame tonight at 1a1ckm11.49
Started selling Annual subscr1Pti011B U0-
Seniors meet at Barbara'e tomorrow
night to work on Annual.
Seniors sold candy apples first time.
Played Jasonville tonight.B1g bond-fire
Regular school. Spirits high after vic-
Nominated Student Council candidates
Seniors sponsored Chili Supper tonight.
Individual pictures taken today.
Annual staff meeting tonignt. made can-
Indisnapol is group selected today.
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Chorus pictures taken today.
Senior pictures taken today. Juniors
sponsored first show at Cozy tonight.
First grading period ended. today.
Six weeks tests today.
Student Council elected today. .
lr. Boston visited school today.
Got report cards today. llst time this
H1-Y-Teen Officers Conference held at
First Student Council meeting today. We
play Linton tonlgxt.
Regular classes today.
Annual sales ended today.
G.A.A. practice after school.
G.A.A. meeting today.
Losing Annual team 118-d meeting today.
Regular school. -
Regular school. '
G.A.A. practice after school.
Anmnl Staff meeting tonight.
Senior play tryouts.
P.T.A. Carninal tonight.
Senior Play tryouts.
Candidates for presidency of Student
Council gave speech at Pep session.
Part of play cast announced..
First play practice tonight.
Student Council elections today.
Glesned corn for the Seniors. Wade S837
Annual Staff party tonight.
Play practice today and tonight.
Some of club pictures arrived today.
Began scenery and practiced play today.
Birthday party at play practice.
lr. Joms brought Sen1or's proofs.
Regular school. Still asking scenery.
Sen1or's proofs to be turned in today.
Mr.Jones back to retain Senior pictures.
Took other pictures.
Working hard on stage. B1-Y boys con-
tinue drive for new score-board.
S tude nt Council mee ting.
ful dresses and kilties
Previews of play today.
Dress rehearsal tonight
G.A.A. meeting folay.
Matinee today at 1:15. ,
Senior Play toni gut. sf.
Senior Play was proclaimed one of most
.beautiful ever given.
Enanks giving program today.
Stags is about finished-talk of beauti-,fy
. A K iw
Iirst basketball game tonight.
Pep session today. Qllrs. Relds's fifth
grade sang some songs.,
More Classes. Report cards given out.
Psp Club met to-day.
Regular classes. Hi-Y and Y-Teen initia-
New score board being connected.
Regular school. Beta nesting at noon.
First home basketball game to-night.
Pep Club met to-day. QElected officersl
Student Council party to-nigat. Annual
More classes. Dreams of Christmas vac-
Weather more like spring.
Lots of talk about the coming game.
Senior pictures arrived to-day. School
dismissed 8-t two-thirty for the game.
Juniors present talent program.
Regular classes. Student Council repre-
sentatives visit State High.
Chorus went to church to practice.
Some classes has Christmas parties to-
day. Seniors made candy to sell tonite.
Pep Club meeting to-day. We play Sul-
School dismissed at ten o'clock. We had
Christmas Program at nine.
Beck to school after Christmas vacation
Student Council meeting. Meeting of the
Annual Staff to-night.
Beta meeting at noon. Pep session.
Football Jackets arrived to-day. Annual
staff meets again to-nlgmt.
Y-Teen and Hi-Y meeting during the 3111
period to-day.Meeting for the Pep Club.
G.A.A. call practice session.
Regular classes. Semester exams are the
main topic of conversation.
Beta meeting to-day :luring third period
Chorus sweaters arrive.
G.A.A. initiation to-night.
Senior class mee ting to-day. Meeting of
Annual staff to-night.
School dismissed at noon to-day.QGrades
to be recorded by teachersDEnd of first
semester. Pep Club holds meeting
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Beginning a new semester.
Pep Club dyed blouses for block.Moro
pictures for yearbook.
Student Council meeting. Q E mily I-Ynn
speaks to us.D
Staff meeting tonight. ,Q '-.34
Regular school. E.. '
Pep Club meeting today. jig "
Cards out today. V
Regular school. ' '-
Yell suits arrived today. V - eq ,
Pep session today. QFrank Dobson was
Y-Teen and Hi-Y party committee met
at noon. Beta. initiation tonight.
Senior class meeting.
Seniors took scholarship tests.
Seniors worked on annual in the after-
Senior boys had a scrap drive .
Statics out today.
Some students are excused to go to this
tourney at Terre Haute. fini
Pep Session today.
G.,A.A. practice tonigxt.
Beta. mee ting today.
Senior Class meeting today.
Hi-Y and Y-Teen party tonight.
Senior Class mee ting.
Classes had Valentine parties.
G.A.A. meeting today.
Pep session today.
Look our Sweetheart Day.
P.T.A. meeting tonigzt. lSenior girls
played Junior girlsl
Pep session 3rd period. CJunior High
trophy presented to lr. Todd.
Seniors visited State Legislature in
Mr. Marshall presented special program.
G.A.A. in gym. tonight.
Seniors measured for caps and gowns.
Pep Session last half of 'lth period.
Pep Club meeting 3rd period.
Snapshots taken for Annual.
Beta meeting today the jrd. period.
Sophomores ordered class rings.
Annual meeting tonight.
Jr. Play tryouts after school.
Boys practice at Sullivan for Sectional
G.A.A. practice tonight.
Junior Play tryouts after school.
Pep session today.
Contest essays due today.
School out at noon.
Junior Play cast announced today.
"No school" March certainly came in as
a lion-rain. snow, sleet.
Student Goxmcil meeting today. QA
Chorus at noon today. ,ws '
G-.A.A. tourney begins tonigmt.
Report cards out today. 'lg -
G.A.A. tourney ends tonight. Q I
Vsgety program today.
Sta ic out today.
Basketball boys go to Vincennes today. '
More classes and more work. H
Beta mee ting. -
Chorus went to Sullivan to participate
ln County Music Festival.
Student Council meeting today.
Material for Senior rummage sale
Beta meet ing.
Dress rehearsal for play tonight.
Junior Play previews today.
Junior Play tonigxt.
Regular school. "Congratulations, "
Student Council meeting today.
Clean-up campaign progressing.
Regular school. U.pril Fool's Dayj
G.A..l.. practice today.
Static out today.
Easter Good Friday program sponsored by
H1-Y and Y-Teens.
Plans for Spring Festival in progress.
Senior Class meeting today.
Y-Teen and Hi-Y meeting today.
G.A.A. meeting todw.
P.T.A. meeting tonigxt.
Sophomore Class party tonigat.
Movie today. .- . f, ,
Spring Festival. 5 " ' g
MY nfs I Ee!
Regular school. '
Student Council meeting. -, QQ
Movie if-Q, i' .USS-y'
Sf A, Q-95-5. f f
Regular school. " 'lfimifff mgy
Y-Teen mee ting. " ex G77 L, 2:55
Senior Class meeting. "
Junior Class meeting.
Seniors talm final tests.
Receive report cards.
Y 1 E
Plane being made for reception.
General Assembly today.
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LET'S ALL SING
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AROUND AND AROUND AND AROUND WE GO
JUST LOOK OUR FIRST YEAR AND WE'V'E
LEARNED 'IO WRITE OUR NAMES
CORRELATING SEEING WITH DOING
NOW HURRY AND GET THE RIGHT
TEE BELL THAT STARTS THE DAY
Row I: Dennis Jewell, Bradley Landis, Sharon Lutee, Glenn Keene, Jimmy Marlow, Jerry Matney, George
McCammon, Joe Ray McCanmon. Rebecca Mitchell, Janice Moody, Mike Moore, Elise McCammon. Row II:Loren
Moore. Lester Noble, David Phegley, Larry Pope, Gary Richardson. Lonnie Rogers, Lyndell Scamihorn.
Leonard Scholl, Glenda Shephard, Yolanda Singleton, Randy Skinner, Marvin Ridge. Row III: George Sly,
Roee Marie Smallwood. Rose Tacket, Patty 1511-pin. Dennis Turpin, Laverne Walls. Pegg layman, Vikki.
Willis. Charla Willis, Sandra Yates, Billy Zaayer, and Mrs. Harting.
Row Izlllaine Arnold,Kay Lrnold,M:l.k1e1 Lrnold,Sue Aehcra!t,Br1an Bedwell.Ronnie Bedwell,Ann Bennington.
Richard Brewer,Tommy Brown, Keith Bu.rris,Priecilla Butler, Georgia Chubb.Row II: David Burke, Randee
Bur1m,Nancy Ghubb,Shery1 C1ark,Bobby Oliver ,Martha Cloee.Darlene Colvin,Michael Corb1n.D1ck Crawford.
Delorie Davis,Russ Dukas,Mar1lyn Exline.Row III:Suean Exline,Mark !brguson,Patty l'lath,Harr1et Iigg,
Carl Gamblll, Karla Hale, Bobby Hall, Scott Harrison, Donna Bout, Bobby Humphrey. and Mrs. Elmore.
Row I: Brenda Andre, Barbara Lehcraft, Theresa Ballard, Dennis Bedwell, Sharon Bedwell, Phyllis Ben-
net, Sandra Bonham, Janice Brown, Judy Butler. John Chesterfield, Ada Close, Row II: Sharon Cornelius
Janice Davie, Winetta Deckard, Pat Douglas, David Goodman, Stephen Hall, Marion Hatfield, John House.
Ronda Hout, John Humlhrey, Mike Irons. Row III: Ivan Marratta, Steve McGhee, Dottie McKay, Rachelle
Moen, Mary Olson, Clifford Parmley, Vicki Pirtle. Connie Pope, Michael Price, Judith Reynolds, Sally
Reynolds. Mary Sheffler. Row IV: Eleana Smith. Mary Smith Randall Smith, Sherry Sith, 'Iberia Smith.
Judith Swan, LeAnn Vaughn, Paul laltere, Bobby Webb, Edward Wilkes, Dennis Young, and Mr. Pratt.
K W Y Z U N
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Som where a child ln the dawning is singing,
Free as a bird when it welcomes the day,
Rising and falling on goes the song.
Ringing with joy and with hope that is strong,
We too need music to lift us and cheer us.
Come then and sing.
Come then and sing.
Come then and sing
All our cares away.
Our band, thougx small, but migxty, has
improved sing last year. Althougm we
did. lose two capable seniors. still we
have gained twelve pew nuenbers this year
The band now totaling forty-five. To
show the progress of the band, since
last year, we have given several special
programs at the basketball games. Elbese
programs have been well received. Sev-
eral of the band members plan to par-
ticipate in the Sullivan County hstival
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Union High. well known for music, has
thx-ee choral groups this year. lined
chorus, consisting of seventy boys and
girls. is a group that is very good. The
mixed chords sang two special songs at
the district festival at Sullivan. he
chorus sent eighteen to the State Choral
Sing at Indianapolis.
'me boy's chorus. with twenty-five mem-
bers. has not been in rehearsal too long
and so have not participated in any pro-
Girl's chorus with sixty-three voices
this year is the largest for quite a-
while. me girls worked very hard and
gave up their noon hour once a week to
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Top Row, L to R. Carolyn Blevens. Gordon Scamihorn, Harkita Bartley, Katie Heaton:
Bottom Row, L to R. Gary Carter, Donald Kinkade. Marilyn lyatt.T1ny llonroe, Lleda
Top Row, L to R. lancy Goldman, Karl Coyner. Sue Reynolds, llaanor Llppeattglkttom
Row, L to R. Sandra Gambill, Duane Kinnett,Al1ce la1ters,L1nd.a Haskntt.Kelth Goy-
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Top Row, L to B. Marvin Bodnll, Karen Scamihorn, Nancy laltors. Carol Camdeng
Ruth lillia. Dorothy Robortson, Lyle ralford, Clara Smal1wood.John Ilhzosi, Janis
Bottom Row, L to R. Don Lndorson, Trenia Ashcraft, Brenda Davies. Bobby Robbins
Judy licthee. Carol Heel, Paula Gembill, Sandra. Shepherd, Christina Reynolds.
Jimmy Spencer, Sue Carter.
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football has always been one of Un1on's favorite
sports.1!1e '53 team was lignt and fast and. Coach
Johnson's guidance,they showed improvements as
to the previous year.
Althougx they won only one scheduled game. they
showed fighting spirit and great courage 88811159
all of their opponents. The one defect of the
team was the factor of a ligmt line. Since they
lost only eight lettermen this year. they are
looking forward to having an experienced team to
begin next year's season with a bang.
he Union Hlgx School basketball team of 1952-53
headed by Coach "Russ" Mahon has had some hard
luck but they fougmt hard all year. They had a
season record of six wins and twelve defeats in
scheduled play.'Ihe Bulldogs advanced to the fi-
nals in the Wabash Valley Prelims before they
bowed in defeat to their old rival, the Golden
Arrows from Sullivan. John Cliver. leading the
Bulldogs scori.ng.set many new records this sea-
son.He established a new all time W.I.C. record
in total number of points scored in l.I.C.gs.mes,
in most free throws in one game,1n higxest aver-
age for l.I.C. games. He broke the record of the
great All State,Clyde Lovsllette.from Garfield of
Terre Haute. John is rated as one of the 'best
point men in the va,lley.He also set a. new record
at Union Higx that will probably stand for
years. Many times he scored between thirty
forty points in games. The Bulldogs have
seniors on the squad: John Oliver. Norman
Bill Ashburn, and Charles Rooksberry. With
returning lettermen, Coach 'Russ' Mason is
ing forward to better seasons in the fixture.
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Russ' Mason HArve" Hobev'tS
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Serving made easy Time
The G.A.A. was organized in 1928 with Mrs. Coyner as their
sponsor. They had only lj members then but the club has
grown just as everything else has gown at Union. 'Ihey now
have as their sponsor Mies Shepherd. Some of the sports dur-
ing the past year have been volleyball. badmitton, deck ten-
nis. and the basketball tournaments have been a fa,vor1te.Be-
sides practicing for class tournaments, the girls took part
in working at the concession stands and taugmt Physical Ed..
classes in the absence of the teachez-.The officers were
elected at the end. of last year and are: Preeidentjmmadean
Hampton. Vice-Pres., Shirley Neilson, Secretary. Norma Pope.
end Treasurer, Marlene Olson. At the end of the year,eweat-
ers, letters, stripes, and plaques are awarded by the spon-
Row l, Barbara Willis, Carolyn Chambers, Mary Boone,Eleanor
Lippeatt, Pat Sullivan, and Aleda Belle Deckard. Row 2, Sue
Reynolds, Marilyn Houston, Marilyn Pope, Vivian Mitchell,
Anna Mae Gilham, Evelyn Miller. Row 3. Reba Neilson, Sue
Duncan. Ruth Swan.
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'lhe Y-'lben members of Union in trying to live up to their purpose "To Find. and Give
the Best" have been very active this year. The major project of the year was the pur-
chasing of an 1883 Rogers silver tea service which is to be used for their annual
Mother-Daughter Tea. This tea is always one of the highlights of the year.
Other activities of the year were: initiation of new members, Valentine dance with
Hi-Y, entering a float in homecoming parade. and attending District Conferences.
The ,Y-Teen g1r1s,together with Hi-Y boys, attended. services at different churches.
At Easter time they with the Hi-Y sponsored the Easter program. Rev. Jack Anderson of
the Sullivan First Christian Church was the speaker.
Row 1, Shirley Neilson, Barbara Willis, Pat Sullivan. Marlene Olson, Emmadean Hamp-
ton, Sue Duncan, Wanda Michael, Reba He1lson.B.ow 2.Sh1rley O'Haver,Shirley Carlisle,
Essle Quillen, Marilyn Pope, Marilyn Smith, Wyvonna Booker. Norma Pope, Sally Ammer-
man. Row 3, Katie Marsh, Linda Haskett, Ruth Swan, Mary Boone, Judy Kennedy, Dorothy
Robertson, Sharon Reid, Evelyn Miller.
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in the Bets organisation is
based upon the scholarship.
achievement, character and
leadership. Our motto is
"Let us lead. by serving
Ie received a large coffee
urn, which we gave to the
school.for selling vanilla.
le also contributed to the
Hi-Y for the ecoreboard..Be-
sides our regular meetings
we had our initiation cer-
le sill lose ten members by
graduation. Tasse seniors
received gold seals on their
diplomas for having been
members of the Beta Club.
Officers for the yssr were:
President- Ilmmadeen Hampton
Vice- President - Joe Hall
Secretary - - Marlene Olson
Treasurer - Larry McClellan
Sponsor - -Irs. Vere Heedly
le hope that the progress
made by our group will make
Union abetter school to
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This year the ll-H Club consis-
ted. of fifty-one members who
completed at least one project
Cforty girls and eleven boysj.
In order to complete. the mem-
bers had to enter their pro-
ject at the Sullivan County
Fair. lrs.H8-rmon was the BPOII-
sor of this organizhtion.
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The night of October 17. was the big nigat. Union
High's night of the year. After 8 day of feverish
decorating, the floats and cars were finished by
5:30. the starting time for the parade. This pro-
cession was one of the largest that Union has ever
The election of the queen and attendants was held
-according to a primary election. The freshnen Ht-
tendents were Judy Smith and Judy Lk:Ghee, the
sophomore attendants were Barbara Walters and
Gertrude Walters. The ,junior attendants were Alede
Deckard. and Marilyn Houston. The senior attendents
were Shirley Neilson and Marlene Olson. The queen
of the student 'body was Eleanor Lippeatt.
Getting ready for the big night!
Gollyl What mlm-up does so a fellow.
Gael Don't va look pretty?
Bob Goodman and. Mary Gerrad
providing sntertainnent bo-
After tour seeks of herd work, the Junior C1555
presented a. two nigt and one matinee run of the ir
?ual play. 'Robert St Cleir'e" three not comedy,
Oomin' Round the loxmte1n". me. entire action of
the play took plone in the dilapidated farm hguge
tmted in the remote section of the Smokey Moun-
Mani hilarious and sometimes almost ridiculous
situat one arose as law and Pew Sldttere put int:
action their ideas about gtting their two daugh-
ters married. Each member of the out did a good
Job of portraying his part but Marilyn Pope and
John luzeei. as law and Per. along with their two
sons. Curlyirred Boydl and Zekn QDon Gombillj wen
favorites with the eudlence.
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ONE EVENING AT WORK:Piloted. by the ed,it.ors,Emmadea.n Hampton and Barbara
Willis,and sponsoramrs. Goyner and. Mins Wright, the following students
worked faithfully on the 1953 Yearbook:Shi.rley Neilson,E1ean-or Lippeatt
Norman Hale,Dorcas 1Borders,Shirley Car1ie1e,Norma Pope, Bill Ashburn
Sharon Reidf. Wyvonna Booker, Jim Ransfordmarlene O1eon.Chester Wilson.
Mary Boone ,Shirley Dunder,Bob Goodman and Shirley O'Ha.ver.The Staff was
aided Py several other people who failed to get in the picture.
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