Union High School - Ohianian Yearbook (College Corner, OH)

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If ' U H S THE OHIANIAN 1936 FQREWARD This 1S the sixth issue of the Union High School Ohiaman The other issues were published 1n 1912 1920 1924 1928 and 1933 This year as an added feature the alumni committee asked a member of each class to Write a history giving mformation about each member of their class It 1S the sincere hope of the Class of 36 that this may bring back many memories of days spent at Old Union +se+'-Wife-as-A R l Published 219 the Senior Class gf' Union High School -ca 'EZ Z HISTORY GP TI-IE UNION PUBLIC SCHOOL Originally there were two separate schools, one in Ohi-0 and one in Indiana. By a special act of both legislatures the plan to build a Union school that would serve both districts, was made possible. Advantage was taken of the local situation and the building was constructed, half in Ohio and half in Indiana. This is the only school in the country holding this distinction. Bonds were floated and a new building constructed at a cost of 310,000.00 The first four-ye-ar class to graduate was in 1897 and there were eight members of the class. E. P. Wilson was the superin-- tendent and Grant Smith the principal. A Following Mr. Wilson was C. E. Gillespie, and then Edward Gardner, who died August 27th, 1935, D. A. Grove, Jesse Brill, L. D. Brouse, Wm. N. MclVIahan, and the present .superintendent Warnock M. Wright. With the increased attendance the building was not ade- quate and in 1925, under the direction of Mr. McMahan, a new structure was erected with the expectation of taking care of the needs of the community for years to come. In 1934 the Union Public School was reorganized and upon the recommendation of both State Departments of Eudhication the school was changed from the 8-4 plan to the 6-6 plan. The first six grades occupy the first floor, and the upper six grades are on the second floor under departmentalized work. The special sub- jects are in the basement. The Union Public School holds a First-Class Charter in Ohio and a Continuous Commission in Indiana. It is the aim of the administration to adld a Commercial Course and a Vocations course to the present curriculum next year and thereby become first-class in both states. - W. M. Wright. 1 ' -' . "v't:"'f3"'fi: , f - . .1 , f 1 ,. -- "?'U .f , '."f'11'f'f'-'E"'f. kiwi -, I -,I 5 is -V1 -:W-3 vs k'-:'2?'?,"H: : 7f'a".""5 -, 1 . : -. .. ,. '. . -' 1 1 - 3 5, .. .i e. .1 ,. 1 1 1: : ',:"YE""VE"J'6'?z'T'?"'i'74':Y'?"'Li"3'f?"'Y'?':X. 1 - m ' .wg L 1 ,L '4ff1'if"'fif"Y'TF'W"f"5'fs:f'?ti"- mining A jj". 1 :E .3 .-1 14'fLQ"'1'T"3'E'ff?"f3""1"f"'2'j""?frf?"EE""'f1"'i"Qf"'i'?'1'?"'Y'2'1"VE"'5-"'f"Y'?""if?"'3fif""?if"'A ?"'?'T'+'M4a5f"t5'?""f'f"'5ff""5-rA?"+7'?"?'E"'3'+'ff4't-"+J"1'' . 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J--f-+ Q-iw-fwfr. -"1--P -4 ' an is-+44 , r 'tml W: 'f --5'irf"5! -V.--..- -..,---....- ...A v , - .-e . M M ,L 4 ,, -H..--..,.. r-....--n..:--5.4,--j.:,,.,. ,...- u... 1 - .k-.,,...-L Y ' - 0--- W--swf -4-vw.--safwl ..- L.,--f..v.., .,,..-- "vt" Wi f fievaiii -: 1-vw --r--x-4--155'-if-tl f ,.A ,v..:',r:l . U H S THE OHIANIAN : 1936 CHOOL DAYS School time has come again once more, the same as years agog But many changes have been made, as time swings to and fro. The country schoolhouse by the road has now been done away. We now have buildings large and fine, and they have come to stay. The stoves and slates are thrown asideg the children walk no more: The school bell, too, is out of date, it rings not as of yoze. The rooms are heated nice and warm, they've water fountains, tcog Electric lights: and window shades: and ventilation new. The play grounds now are made quite large, with swings and teeters, too: The games ar'e supervised with care, not like we used to do. Black man and hide-an-seek are gone, dare base and poison vine: We used to play all these and more, and thought cur times were fine. We walked to school through rain and snow, now children ride to school In motor buses, large and grand, through weather warm and cool. School days are best of all our days, we older folks recall. Of all the days we like the best, school days are best of all. How strange, when young we think them hard, and often wish We're old If we could only plainly see that they are days of gold! What is it then to educate our girls and boys today? To tzain their bodies, minds, and scfuls, in just the Iinest way. -- by MARGARET McQUISTON, Former Union School teacher, written September 18, 1935 - , 1 -E"'5E""' !"'fW?wa'?"fM?"""T"T? "" E i"'4i'1fn5Li!"'1'?'i"f"""f'?1'5!f?"'-'if 1A'f9A'+ V+-f+5-S'1-.-fwf---'w--'As-Q W-fb ---W- A. - .,,. L-..-L.,..N., , 1 : , . . , 1 . : -: . : . 'fvf-1-1'-'-'.'1--4v'f'-'44':-- '-si--J Q.--4 ..-f 4,5--lv.---4v...,.4,,2 -.Q -x. -.' .14 . . 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This is Mr. Wright's sixth year in Union Public School. MR. RUFUS C. GLASS, Principal Mr. Glass is a gzaduate of the University of Illinois. He has done grad- uate work at Miami University and the University of Michigan the past two summers. Mr. Glass came to Union from the Gratis High School. This is his second year at Union. MR. CHARLES DILS Mr. Dils is a graduate of Manchester College. He has also taken graduate wo1k at Miami University this past summer. Mr. Dils has been with us for two years. MISS FRANCES JACKSON Miss Jackson is a graduate of Western College, Oxford, Ohio. She has also taken work at Miami University. Miss Jackson has been with us for three years. MR. HAROLD PEJTRY Mr. Petry is a graduate of Manchester College. While at School he majored in Mathematics and Social Studies. Mr. Petry has been teach- ing in Union for two years. MISS MYRTLE RUEFF Miss Rueff is a graduate of Franklin College. She came to Union from the Glendale High School. Miss Rueff has been teaching in Union fo: two years. MRS. MARY DOUGLASS - Mrs. Douglass is a graduate of the Art Institute of Chic-ago. She has also taken advanced work at Miami University. Mrs. Douglass has taught at Union four years. MISS MAUDE PAXTON Miss Paxton is a graduate of Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio. Miss Paxton majored in Home Economics and has been teaching in Union for ten years. MISS IN EZ VISSER I Miss Visser his a graduate of the Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas. Miss Visser is in charge of the music department. This is her iirst year at Union. .,...,, ,M ,.., -,.,,, ,.-v, W., ,-.. ,Y-TN, v....,-3-...i-5,1-f....' -...v.- -..,..- 1,9 .. ..-Q.,-..g .- ' . . . . , . . 4 - ,- - I : 3 rw H- --- ,.--,.-a. Zh.. -..,-uf . ,. ----: r----1--E--svir,-..:x-1..:.--f-,..- ..:., Q- -5 a .V V . 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Studies Mathematics Latin ll Mary Douglass Maude Paxton Inez Visser Art Home Economics Music 1 - -- s--- - -4-JE-. ,sph X , I , , V ,UHS :: THE OHIANIAN :: 1936 EDITORIAL EDITORS Louise Kingery and Joe Marcum BUSINESS MANAGER Ellis Mcniu y COMMITTEES OF OHIANIAN Alumni ........ Iris Moor, Burdette Pierce, Roberta Pinkerton Athletics ....... Harry Duckett, Keith Earhart, Ralph Dicken Advertising . . . Dean Goodwin, Clarence Benge, Elbert Snedeke-r Art ...... ..... M ary Davis, Gerald Miller, Eileen Baker History ........ Kathle-e-n Brown, Estle Hartley, Gladys McNair Sales ..... ..... M ary Fields, Norman Agnew, Helen Scott Sponsor - W. M4 Wright FO Tggi42lganyingigiugwsmiogiunsnjismigimiuuimimiuuiusmslzgi if - is , .A .7 ' . .T ":'g' :'5"' " "' "' 1: ,, ' 4 7- Q '.. ' I .. . ' vK"'FvQt" 4 . 3 J ' ' : "1 .'- , " " ,"' . ' T " -!, fmi.urul..w2w:l'.... - x sm: 1 - .1 N . . ' . 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It is the sincere hope of the Class of 1935 that the .Q 1 ' classes to follow will also take a trip as it is a grand and glorious . Q, ' , . - -f - experience, always to be remembered gf E , V "bl: PARENT THANK FACULTY 2,2-L The parents of the 1935 graduating class Wish in this manner to A W express their appreciation to Mr. Warnock Wright, and the other 1 " . 53,5 members of the Union schcol faculty, who made it possible for the rp -. S if seniors to have the most wonderful ex erience of their lives wh n .- iz . P C Q they spent the last week of their high school days together on the if 1 - . ' 23,54 trip to Washington, D, C. 12. I iv, 1.5 'Q fi' 1 . a .. ------1--W '- gig? 1 6 ' 0 " h' vo' v M ...Z Q-51-4 ajft -,N J 5 vw FW N 4 I n vi? 5. 1 ' I ' .:-.viz A ' I N v .-, I, .fvfx i' Y in ,pw-ir M-0 4 I ,VJ J n ', ftlgg' l 'a . on .F-, , ' Al' I V fn' 5' A l 5 V , r ,K It 1. ' s MJ, V! "U ,.,,l ' 'Iv ' 1 J- 'N - 4 ,I 'iL'+tv'Y!x af , .VJ N 'INS A1 ,Wu I 5 v , .V , 1, . I, j, W fu' J flgljl v U, I+. ' A Q.: . v Q ,Nt ons :: THE OHIANIAN 1: 1936 x V. . X 7" 59 ' 1 - -4 , r f'-f e Ili? t - e 1 A fl I , w W--ssmueus he-+ Motto - "N ot for School, But for Life We Learn." Flower - White Ro-se Colors - Green and White Sponsor - W. M. Wright ORGANIZATION President .... .... J oe Mareum Vice-President . . . . Ellis MeDi.ll Secretary-Treasurer . . Gerald Miller E IOR CLASS HI TORY Twelve years ago, in the year cf nineteen twenty-four, thirty-three six-year-olds trouped into the little gray school house in the corner of the yard. We were welcomed by Laura Gilman, who put a firm foundation of learning under our unsteady feet. For the second lap, we were under the careful guidance of Mary Driscol. Miss Gilman again took the leadership in our third year. In January of that year, we proudly entered the new school building which had just been completed. During the fourth year, Jessie Joslin helped us along with our multiplication tables. Miss Kirker then took over the responsibility of trying to teach our restless,mischeivous class. After learning part of our fractions, we passed on to the sixth grade, tc- be tutored by Ruth Ferris. Mrs. Stewart and Mr. Rogers took us in hand during our seventh year. In this grade we were divided, half in Mr. Rogers' room and the other half with Mrs. Stewart. We were very eager to be passed on to the eighth grade because it gave us a feeling of being closer to the Freshman year. During this term Mrs. Stewart prepared us for our high school career. In May of nineteen thirtyatwo, twenty-one beaming eighth graders re- ceived diplomas. The Class of 1936 marched through the entrances of Union High School, with their ranks numbering thirty-one. Those who .came from the Union Grades were: Louise Kingery, Kathleen Brown, Gladys McNair, Mary Davis, Mary E. Fields, Iris Moor, Clarence Benge, Burdette Pierce, Hargy Duckett. Elbert Snedeker, Estle Hartley, Norman Agnew, Joe Mancum, Ralph Dicken, and Ellis McDill. Those who came from Billings- ville were Eileen Baker, Roberta Pinkerton, Keith Earhart, and Gerald Miller. Dean Goodwin came from Camden. We had several gay times while we were Fxeshmen. The Sqphomores entertained us at the Western College Farm near Oxford, one evening early in the year. We had a successful New Year's party at the home of Gladys McNair. It tco five teachers to keep us interested in our Work. Miss Mary K. Lynch taught us English, History, and Mfusic. Miss Husted tried to make us believe that Latin was essential. Caloric value of foods was the one subject Miss Paxton tried to drum into our heads. Mr. Wright took the responsibility of proving to the boys the importance of Manual Training. Our principal, Mr. Campbell, led us through a stormy season of Algebra. Miss Lynch was a tried and true friend when it came to being our class sponsor. She talked to us and tried to settle our troubles. As a group, we think we Were fairly good followers. At the end of the year, we entertained the Sophomores with a Weiner' roast at Fcrt St. Clair, near Eaton. This was on the same night as the Junior-Senior reception. During our second year of high school life, we wer'e practically forgotten, but we managed not to be bored to death. It was during this year that our class made quite a contribution to the basketball team. Some changes took place in the faculty when Mr. Campbell returned to Indiana University for more training. Mr. Wright took his place as principal and Miss Jackson ftllowed Miss Lynch who resigned to be married. Helen Scott decided to make Union her Alma Mater, so she joined our ranks during the sect-nd year. At the end of the year, the Freshmen entertained us with the customary Weiner roast at the Western College Farm. As we entered the third year of high school, we thought we really had something to look forward to -- the Junior 'Class play. We were very proud to be called upper- classmen. Mr. McMahan , who had seen many classes graduate frcm old Union, retired and passed his position on to Mr. Wright. We were now in need of a principal and Mr. Glass came to us from Gratis, Ohio. Miss Rueff became the Latin teacher, Mr. Dlils came to teach U. S. History, Geography, and Business Training. Mr. Petzy took over the science classes. With careful coaching by Miss Jackson, we presented our Junior Class play, "Nobody But Nancy." We felt very proud to think that we really did have scme talent in our class. On a bright sunny morning in May we Juniozs headed for Dayton for our "Skip Day." We visited the National Cash Register Co. in the morning and the McCall Pub- lishing House in the afternoon. We attended two shows and returned home weary but happy. The grand finale of our Junior year was the Junior-Senior reception. We enter- tained fifty, including the pupils of tthe two classes, and the faculty members, to a six o'clock dinner at the Country Side Inn near Gratis. We then proceeded to Richmond and attended the Tivoli Theatre. It was a. very pleasant evening and everyone, we hope, enjoyed themselves. Time rolled around so quickly that, almost before we knew it, we were taking our places in the row next to the windows. After the other members of the faculty had held the responsibility of our misdemeanors, Mr. Wright became our sponsor. After spending a few weeks practicing, we presented our class play, "There Goes Henry," on April 3rd. We had several parties during the year. Early in the term we joined the Jimiors in a picnic held at Fort St. Clair, near Eaton. Several other pa.rties were held, includ- ing the Christmas party at Louise Kingery's home. 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If V V i V M ----We nn 'l Qi .--rrwv '-M------v ---,.f-- Q... --r ....--...,---., ,. -... . ., ,,.... ,,.... , , l W 1 . ,U Aw Y JOE MARCUM Joe is our progressive class president. He is seemingly magnetic with the girls of the high school. Joe likes basketball probably best of all although other sports are in his line, too. Plays "Nobody But Nancy" and "There Goes Henry." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Pres- ident 1, 4. Vice president 3. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. ELLIS MCDILL Although quiet and somewhat bashful, he is also very popular. He was chosen with two other members of our class to take the Pseble county scholarship test during his Junior year. Usher Junior and Senior. Secretary and treasurer 3. Vice president 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Baseball 3, 4. GERALD MILLER This boy originally from Billingsville, won't become a good business man because he is too restless to sit behind a desk. Even now he gets tired in the afternoon and has to take a walk around the assembly. 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JUNIOR CLASS PLAY November 21st, 1934 "NOBODY BUT NANCY" SYNOPSIS Nancy, Adam King's neice, is continually getting into trouble, and expecting some- body to rescue her. She thinks Ted Porter should come to her aid, brut he is not over enthused at the prospect of anc-ther entanglement. Larry comes to her rescue much to Nancy's disgust. She has a narrow escape on her last escapade, causing herself and the others quite an amount of excitement and worry. Time-Middle of May Place--Town of Sweet Springs Act 1--Living room in the home of Sarah Andrews Act 2-Week later, about 5 o'clock in the evening. Act 3-Several days later, 7:30 in the evening. D CAST OF CHARACTERS . Nancy King .................................. Mary Davis Sarah Andrews .............................. Helen Scott Sue Andrews ..... ........... K athaleen Brown Adeline Perkins Luella Crawford Fanny ,........... .... .... - - - --..- ..--------------- II'iS Moor Mary E. Fields Louise Kingery Larry Wilson -- ....... ....... ....... J 0 e Marcum Ted Porter --- Norman Agnew Adam King ................................ Gerald Miller Jimmy McCabe .......................... Clarence Benge Business Staff - Ellis McDill, Keith Earhart, Estle Hartley, Eileen Baker, Elbert Snedeker. Stage Committee - Harry Duckett, Burdette Pierce, Gladys McNair, Dean Gcodwin. Ushers - Charles Baker, Virgil Pohlar, Beatrice Pierce, Roberta Pinkerton. Directed by Miss Frances Jackson. Sponsor - Mr. R. C. Glass. SENIOR CLASS PLAY April ard, 1936 "THERE GOES HENRY" SYNOPSIS Henr'y Adams, after an unfortunate romance with Margaret Corliss, returns to his home town accompanied by Ramsey Taylor. A violent feud exists between Henry and the Corliss family. Under peculiar circumstances Henry falls in love with a girl house- breaker, who turns out, to be Virginia Corliss. What happens then furnisihes a climax to the play. ' Time-The present. Place-Living rc-om of Adams estate Act 1-Evening Act 2-Evening two weeks later Act 3-Following evening BETWEEN ACTS Margaret Corliss One and two-Piano solo-Gladys McNair Two and three-Girls Quartet-Brown, Moor, Scott, Davis CAST OF CHARACTERS Virginia CC'1'1iSS .......................... H, Mary Davis Betty Brunk ..... .. .... .... L ouise Kingery Mollie Pr'entis ...... ,.,,..,.. H elen Scott Sophia Simpson ..... ..... K athaleen Brown T0m Turner --... - .-... ..... C larence Benge Henry Adams .... .... N orman Agnew RHIHSCY THYIOI ---- ....... J oe Marcum Slim Harrigan -- ....... ............ ,. Elbert Snedeker Helen Matson ,... .. ..,.. ,,,,,-- ,, ,,,,, M ary E, Fiemg J0hn Corliss ................ - ............ Gerald Miller -- Eileen Baker Business Staif - Ellis McDill, Dean Goodwin, Harry Duckett. Ushers - Iris Moor, Gladys McNair, Roberta Pinkerton, Ralph Dicken, Estle Hart- ley, Keith Earhart, B. Pierce. Directed by Miss Frances Jackson. Class Sponsor - Mr. W. M. 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'Z ,, , 5, 71 5 5 1 Es 'g si -E5 ff 3'-fr sf E 'Y -ri ... .4 .- . ,, ':..::-:,-,"?" . QL, ',: Ar: -,- A.. ,'5"', ..r5...F1...F3...f 1....Fi..i5.....- 7 1. fl' 'V' !- ... :. '41 x if J' E is " . af xl .M 'hifi it iii 1-ly, K' ..T mmf .Ely 1 Q' 4w 3: v 41' 1 -- I3 fl K . -.11 " ali! GGIA ll iff 4 kglqg Q , k. 'f .wax ml 1 dll' . .a - halifji aff' '..Fll!!: I .rl wept? Q I e Goes Henry." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. GLADYS MCNAJR Gladys is a steady reliable girl who al- ways is ready to help in any school or class activity. Usher Junior and Senior plays. LOUISE KINGERY Better known as "Lou," who is always Wearing a smile and is ready for a good time. She will be remembered for her work as cheer leader and her standing at the head of the honor roll. Plays "Nobody But Nancy" and "There Goes Henry." Secretary and tI'68S1.1l"61' 2. Vice-president 1. HARRY DUCKETT Although rather quiet this boy is always present when good grades are passed out. And is he good in Physics! Stage manager Junior and Senior plays. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. .-A ji -: t"-xv--nt'-x':4vf':. ", .Wf4f'-fr1"e-Mrwrsifriw 'ji ' ' , " " ' ,- : :ff""'F"f':- M -r, "- ' --:1--5--f-2.-ei-irsi-if-Q-aj? 4' 'Lf'f"L54E:"J'f'? : 1: If :A :E ,fr 54-:isis-f5fL-if-aes' I' vi' 9-4-71-iv--5--'-:fa-0-1--1-s,..e-1? ' 1, ff "1 , 1 -ia-fi-if-4?-lee?-Ei-5-5: 4 ' L.: :: -1 - .J 4 ..r--1...F-2...i 2...F-f1...r- .1 1 I 9 I 9 4 4 I I .1 i I I 1 ! PROPHECY OF THE CLASS OF 1936 In the year of our Lord 1946, in the month of May, I received one of the greatest surprises since I had assumed my duties as stenographer in ond of the largest omces on Fifth Avenue in New York City. As I was approaching my omce one May morning whom should I meet but Mary Davis. Mary had been attending art school in New York and had accepted a position with a large magazine concern as artist. In the course of our conversation I asked about others of our classmates. Mary informed me that Louise Kingery was working as a secretary in the offices of the Vice- President of the United States. Mary's time was limited and she had to take her leave. That evening I sat down to write to Louise when my eyes beheld' the headlines in the evening paper, "Benge and Agnew - the small town boys, come and have a good laugh." My desire to see these two pzompted me to postpone my letter writing and attended the show. After the show we three adjourned to a night club and exchanged experiences. It seems as tho since leaving school these boys have been very successful as a comedy team. They are planning to visit Paris and London as suon as their con- tract with R. K. Q. is completed. Benge told of meeting Joe Marcum in Buffalo. After attending Miami University and the University of Pennsylvania, Joe accepted the position of Supervisor of Physical Education of the city of Buffalo. It was d very in- teresting and enjoyable evening, and I was sorry when it was necessary for us to part. The next morning when I arrived at the oiljce I was met by the office boy who said the boss had been taken to the hospital and he wanted me to see him there. When I reached his room I found that he was being attended by a special nurse and to my great surprise and joy it was Gladys McNair. She had come directly to New York after' graduating from Christ Hospital in Cincinnati. Helen Scott was also working in the hospital but as she was in a different shift I was unable to see her. That evening I completed my letter to Louise who was very prompt in answering. Louise had just returned from a trip to College Covner and had news of several of the classmates. Ellis Mc-Dill is farming near Richmond, Indiana. Gerald Miller is man- aging the home farm near Bath, Indiana. Burdette Pierce is the owner of the College Corner I. G. A. store which he purchased from Mr. Persinger three years ago. Elbert Snedeker joined one of Major Bowes' traveling tr'oups and is very successful. At present they are touring the world. Several weeks later I called at the hos-pital to see Gladys who had just returned fiom a visit back home. She had news of several of the other classmates. Harr'y Ducketli is in charge of the production department of one of the largest automobile industries in Detroit. Roberta Pinkerton ente1ed college upon her graduation and is now the beauty expert for a large concern selling facial creams. Eileen Baker is very happily married and living on a farim near Liberty, Indiana. One evening in the usual five o'clock subway rush I accidently bumped into another old classmate - Ralph Dicken. Ralph attended Miami University and graduated from the Engineering school of the University of Cincinnati. He is now employed by the United States Government. He told me that Estle "Brier" Hartley and his two younger brothers owned a chain of iilling st-ations in Cincinnati. He also told me of the where- abouts of Keith Earhart. Keith attended and graduated from the Miami-Jacobs Busi- ness College in Dayton and is now working for the National Cash Register Co. of Dayton, Ohio. Of the three remaining members of the class I have wr'itten tc- friends back in College Corner who informed me that Kathaleen Brown is married and living on a farm near College Corner. Also Dean Goodwin and Mary E. Fields were married and Dean is operating a filling station in College Corner. This inftrmation was very interesting to me and I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have. Sincerely yours, IRIS MOOR. CLASS WILL We. the Class of 1936, of Union High Schogl, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, and not acting under fraud, duress, menace, or undue influence of any person whatsoever do make, publish, and declare this cur last will and testament in the following way, to say that: A I, Norman Agnew, my irregular attendance to Jack Williams so that he may main- tain a high schoolastic standing. I, Eileen Baker, my interest in Home Economics to Lorraine Hammitt so that she may secure her credits in this subject. I, Clarence Benge, my seat near the teacher's desk to Wilbur Bell so that he will not have to do so much walking. I, Kathaleen Brown, my slender' figure to Helen Sites, so that she will continue to be liked by the boys. I, Mary Davis, my interest in ine person r'ather than many, to Wilma Plessinger so that she will not be in search of so many. - I, Ralph Dicken, my interest in athletics to John Kay, so that he may follow in my footsteps. 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' ..lll lliiIIIiIIlfE . , . f get-e-vsfww eu? uugulguugnugnngmg X331 Play, "There Goes Henry! Junior usher. - P inuimeinuiuuiuu-Emi i : ' 1 " I if .- Yam?-' 'Js:ii- rt fwiifji . 4. -2 . . -'.i?i2Y5' '- A - ' t.'.35i- z : lf.. -3 ': -1 ' f f . '..- '- A - " , iifffi MARY DAVIS 53 .? . -' ' ' - A 4-:sv Our plays wouldn't be complete Without Mary as our her'oine. She is quite eiicient . ' , II as an artist, and on the basketball floor. I I s '-I "' - '-I '.' ' - Q : if-5...z i...:a..si.... fit i gl I' P' 'I We 5 11 Plays "Nobody But Nancy" and "There EI Q! I Goes Henry." Freshman secretary and 53 I treasurer. Sophomore president. . ,I I I I-5 'gi 'gif 15? X1 I QI 5" .ff I 21 Q-' r I I34 Q 5.-3 I 11" Ig ,- 1- .I X, V if HELEN scorr Helen is the kind of girl that is seen and I not heard, but when grade time comes around she is always at the top or near F. there. 11,3 Q' Plays "Nobody But Nancy" and "There ' Goes Henry." ' r is II BURDETTE PIERCE I3 This low-,pressure salesman from the "I. G. A." seldom gets mad. He hates spinach, P: Y IE Ji girls and flashy clothes. He seems to be B , very capable handling a car especially in Q1 I turning corners. Usher Junior and Senior plays. 3 . b , ,LI P 3 .ff-,a-, h ' "V 'i ' J ' '?"i'+rTf4:'f"if ' 1 ' . -1.4--1:..:., .Q-tag.: 4' 1' ' 4'l:'f':f":""'-"5"3E' f"'4: fi -' I If 'i 1 1 , , I 3 ""f--:Y , Q ..--:,.:.--4. :-.q,,.g,:.j 1' 1' 'D -' . . , ., ,..J,,g,-.f, g,....,,,..4 - : : i . L 3 Y I :E : I ' JH--7--risvwt rv ' ' 9 50- --....--.....---...,--1:..:.- ' " " --:':-Dix'-:Ji--rA:4.w-s , 'M ' ' A 4, 45v:.:.4: 2, 151, -: - - 7 E"1'-'Lui-'3z"Li 2'!'1E'i:"1EN - fl ' f"'?4"f'?wE"f"Y'?"1 fs: -...- s.. F - .PQ...L1,..5-Z., I is I II W2 J 1. I O I s I I I I I I If I I I I I I CLASS WILL KContinued7 I, Dean Goodwin, my wavy hair to Earnest Doty so that he will be noticed in the senior row next year. I, Estle Hartley, my nickname of "Briar" to my brother Jimmy, so that the name will continue for several more years. I, Louise Kingery, my basketball ability to Helen Miller so that she may take my place next year. I, Joe Marcurn, my unused Physics book to Ellis Sheets so that he will become a lover of science. I, Gerald Miller, my ability to rate the "Detention room" to Wm. Smith so that he may enjoy the privilege next year. I, Iris Moor, my discarded glasses to Mr. Glass in case he breaks his again. I, Ellis McDill, my misfortune of being hit in the eye to John Martin so that he may carry on the school spirit. I, Gladys McNair, my red hair to Maxine Washburn so that she will not have to dye hers. I, Burdette Pierce, my habitual tardiness to Carol Hartley so that he will not have to come so early to school in the morning. I, Roberta, Pinkerton, my knowledge of Health Education to Tcm Patton so that he will learn more about the spinal cord and brain. .I, Helen Scott, my quiet ways to the Junior girls so they will not be heard every- where they go. I, Elbert Snedeker, my talent as a musician to Tom Brown so that he will carry on in the Glee Club. We leave to Miss Jackson the record of being an erratic class and also the arbility to give class plays. We leave to the Class of 1937 the seats next to the windows in the assembly so that they will not have to stretch their necks so much. I ' We leave to the Class c-f 1938 our wild and lofty ideals so that they will refrain from being the best class in Union. I We leave to the Class of 1939 our restlessness so that they will be more contented next year. D , We leave to our dear teachers, who so kindly helped us in our Journey through U ' n most sincere "Thanks" nio , . . i , Signid, sealed, published, and declared by the Senior' Class of 1936 to be their last will and testament. CLASS OF '36, - G-ladys McNair. SENIOR BIRTI-IDAYS January 1 H--- ....... .................. G efald Mille? January 13---- --- Keith Earhart February 8 ...... ......... J oe Marcllm Februa-xy 20 ,,.... ....... C larence Benge April 10 .... ..... Ka thaleen Brown May 25 ....... .. ...... Mary Davis June 29 --- Louise Kingery July 9 ..... ............. Es tle Hartley July 31 .... Ncrman Agnew July 31 ...... ........... - -- Mary E. Fields August 4 .... -.. ..... ...... I ris Moor August 19 --- --- Eileen Baker October 7 --- --- .... 1- Ellis McDi11 November ..... Burdette Pierce November --- ..... Helen Scott 1 12 November 18 .... November 18 ..... November 29 ....... 14 December --.I ..... ,,,,,- ,,,, F December 14 .... December 16 .... ---- --- Harry Duckett Gladys McNair .. .... --- Dean Goodwin - Ralph Dicken Elbert Snedeker --- Roberta Pinkerton ft 'MH - " - .. .. - .5 . -: , . . . pe, I : , , -'f-"+'-lA-f-1------ fy-a---.--A 4 . 1- Q Ag .. A- A f .A - '- 4 , : 4. 1 I - , : ..---...Q .----, ..-,:..,' -5.4. 4 'b 1 wzusw-:miami .. . J .- .- - as--L-w.-.-in--.-4 Tc'-'1"!-r-3"f4w3'! ,,, 4 . . V. U-. .. . . A . f A - mqzpqsnqiuqzgi ' - - 1: - ' L.: ' . . N., ,,,. 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Hartley has been active in bas- 5. - I 7- 'A kenbau and baseball in his four years of fi. """Z3iiiijZ1., - . high School- f 2 F 71111235 Q--?Mf-Av A . Usher' Junior and Senior plays. Basket- ' 2 - .: rrffk i'-' 'rf-r'rf"'r -' 1 l ' ' " fr'-7 Af- - - .fp ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.A , , A A :M . vi'-f '15--t-JH:-'--G I -A Q -.":-- '---M5-5,-'7 A A f -iff 3 ROBERTA PINKERTON f--M-A el f i ' ?"4TLi?kf:1: 'p This slender girl hailed fr'om Billingsville Qj ' ' 'I r ' AA A' AA in her Freshman year. She's good in sports 7 . and if you dcn't believe it try to play bas- . ketball as a forward when she's guard. 5 Usher Junior and Senior plays. , . J f ., EILEEN BAKER , l Eileen, better known to us as Squeezer, ' is another Billingsviller who joined our ilock in the Freshman class. Her tingers are quite accomplished for writing poetry and for giving finger waves. Play, "There Goes Henry." Usher Junior play. This boy is better known to us as "Frag- ile" but he is not what his name indicates. I-Ie is a jolly, good-natured fellow full of foolish wisecracks. Usher Junior and Senior plays. Junior class president. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Base- ball 1, 2, 3. ' in V - ' 'A , a-.. .: Ln, .vs-rp. , ,QA-1, ' ,EEN P Q I SCHOOL CALENDAR Aug. 30 - School began. Pencils have taken the place of fishing poles. Sept. 2 - Holiday, but no one sheds any tears Sept. 5 - Boys take up their old rivalry with Liberty in base ball. Sept. 6 - Got beat by Liberty in baseball so tried softball and got beat by Browns- ville in their forest reserve. Sept. 10 - Boys play host to Kitchel to win their first victory. Sept. 11 -- Juniors and Seniors go to Eaton on hay ride. One hat lost but found and returned to Mr. Wright. Sept. 12 - Freshmen are initiated. The gala parade around the assembly and are they green? Sept. 13 - Friday the 13th, but lucky for us we won over Liberty in softball. Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 24 - Won over Brownsville on our own diamond. - Boys journey to Kitchel for another win. - Play Liberty in softball here to clinch the Softball Championship of Union county. Oct. 8 - Boys come to school this morning looking stiff and sore. They had their first basketball practice last night. 25 Oct. .,., Teachers' Institute today. Nov. 1 - Basketball boys turn in first victory of season over West Elkton. Nov. 5 - Seniors' first party which goes over with a bang. Nov. 7 - Eighth Grade party. No-v. 8 - Basketball game with New Paris there and another win. Nov. 14 -- The Green Freshmen have a party. Nov. 15 - Hi U Club is organized. Basketball with Boston there for our third straight victory. Nov. 16 - We play Kitchel for our fourth straight win. Nov. 20 - Juniors present "Fixin' Aunt Fanny." Nov. 22 - Our first defeat by Eaton, played in their gym. Nov. 28, 29 - Thanksgiving holidys. Dec. 6 - Play Brownsville in basketball for another win. Dec. 7 - Play Stewart of Oxford here to avenge last year's defeat. Dec. 13 - We play Dixon there and defeat them after a hard-fought battle. Dec. 14 - Play Liberty here and we are defeated three points. Dec. 16 - Mr. Glass fell ba-ckwards in a straight chair, thinking it was his swivel chair, just a year ago today. Dec. 18 -1 Eighth grade have a party. Dec. 19 - Sophomores have a party. Dec. 20 - Play Camden here for another victory. Dec. 21 - Seventh grade party. Dec. 22 - Christmas holidays and everyone expecting Santa Claus. Jan. 10 - Play Dixon here and win. Jan. 11 - We defeat Springfield on their floor. Jan. 13 - Second semester begins. Jan. 17 - We are defeated by Brookville on their Hoor. Jan. 18 - Defeat Springfield on our home floor. Jan. 21 -- Monroe here - no they aren't here. Due to a misunderstanding in dates, Monroe didn't arrive to play the expected basketball game, although the crowd came to see it. Jan. 22 to 27 - Extremely cold Wave. Jan. 24 - Basketball game at Camden, Union wins. Jan. 29 - We win the delayed basketball game figm Monroe. Jan. 31 - Such weather and such ice! ! No school. Feb. 1 - Basketball game with Lewisburg here and again we come out victorious. Feb. 7 - Union wins another basketball game from Brownsville. Feb. 12 - High "U" Club has party at school house. Feb. 13 - Sophomcres have party at Miss Jackson's. Feb. 15 - We all journey to Liberty, only to be disappointed when Liberty wins another basketball game from us. Feb. Feb. 21 - State Highway Patrol man talks to assembly. 22 - Preble County Basketball Tourneyg when we defeat Verona in morning, only to be defeated by Jackson that night. Feb. 24 - Preble County Schoolmasters meet at West Elkton. Feb. 26 - Those dreaded six weeks test again. Mar. 4 - Senior party at the school house and do they have the eats I I Mar. 6 - Band program. Mar. 9 - Finals of Class Tourney when the Sophomores and Juniors determine the champs. malag a -E z" r- "" " '4" " f " "" ' nu: winuswiwsmiuususnimscniwsmiwiwe - -n :.o:owfw-fuinuiuui zwsnsninuzwi ' - 3 :Mihai-ou: ' IZ 'ura ni um imgnufnug ' -- ,- ,E H ' rgEgg:iiegim awe - -means hwguigfgfusmakmiusuauiismm : : - g - I, . . V .. ' gggggisguggswsminswzusginumi ' usoginuinssagzuininns i n Q 3 ra E wal 1 2 V ,A iuussiinuimiuufiiuufnns 1 - ' I 4 if 44 -. -a -1, - .S ' ggi! -lgiiliig il lil il i f-2 3E'3f'3g4' 7 115' ,i .5 . mi me fu? I - , -l. .'.- 1 M-ill-43-gif?--5443444-flair I mins' ' 2 --2 1 l.5'fTE?""' Q-1 .,3 , -- f. -cmfijff -- H M L. Il .4 .Q Q. 'L -- P " " " . 1 -ag-via-vaafiwfvaefwaffal-sig, ,Q '-:E-Aj 1--fm-6-q: , :.- 1 In 1 ., ,.,, ,,.., ,N ,WL Jr., -.,.. ,.,.- 7,-,-Q.-fame-....-,,.f-. 4-.,,,-M., ...,,,,.. ..., ...,, H-,M ....,,,,.....,,.... ..., A., .., -A ,V ,. 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Baseball 1, 2. fl jg V- - Ea":"l'?5ifTi'5l'?g'jY f I E .3--4.-.ge-LR-F1 ?'5ff ?'r it - f - E f IQ Lgiiizgiizizsiffse :G-5:"5-9:'."-':3n"t'4x':1ctv Zf',,5,.1,,f'I:'rfM-AEZL' use 3.4, ",,g5,,gg-g,j,i5 ' 'f if ' - J W 1 ' w++A-s-f-ie--f-eww-f-elf ' LL, g,..ge.5:,.aa.aF fi Y f '14-'E'--5-4' if-e-sa-+15-3c.sf-gaswr fs- ' ' A ,ini i 51- .55 'IE gf ' MARY ELIZABETH FIELDS f 1 '- , ,Q 1, ' :fini A Always bubbling OVBI' Wlth good humor , I 4 qgg, J-:L :r 5' :Z 2 - and mirth, Eliz is never associated in our ' ""i""' 't" A j minds With anything except cheer. I , Plays "Nobody But Nancy" and "There . ' Goes Henry." - a pl I 4 T: 4- n wil IRIS M00-RE 1 Iris is always ready to do her part when . Q called upon. She deserves a great amount U of praise for guiding her committee in the ' preparation of the Alumni section. Play, "Nobody But Nancy." That dark curly hair of his makes him a favorite with one of the Senior girls. He's a pretty good friend to everyone. Usher Junior and Senior plays. 'Q V 9 I MBT. Mar. our boys SCHOOL CALENDAR iCOntinued5 12 - Freshmen have party. 13 and 14 - Union County Grade School Tourney and we are proud to say are the "champions" Mar. 18 - Eighth grade party. Mar. 28 - Senior scholarship contest at Camden with Brown and Kingery repre- senting Union. Apr. 3 - Senior class play, "There Goes Henry," which goes off in a. big way. Apr. 4 - Latin contest at Greensburg with Patton and Skinner entering from Union. Apr. 7 - Seniors try to look their prettiest as they journey to Hamilton to have their pictures taken. Apr. 8 - Another six weeks gone and test time is here again. Apr. 13 - Union basketball team defeated at Dixon and "D'icken" comes back a cripple ! Apr. 13 - Lions Club entertains the basketball squad and fans at a banquet. Apr. 16 - Union plays McGuffey here and wins. Apr. 17 - Junior Class are all smiles this Lnorning as this is their "skip day." They visit places of interest in Cincinnati. Apr. 24 - "Gold and Crimson Revue" with a large crowd attending and enjoying the program. Apr. 27 - Preble County Schoolmasters are entertained at Old Union. May 1 - Baseball game with Camden here and we win by a close scor'e. May May May May May May May May May May May 2 - Track meet at McGuffey, who won by a score of 56 to 44. Baseball game at Kitchel. 7 - Baseball game at McGufEey. 5-. 8 - Junior-Senior reception at Union. 12 - Union vs. Liberty, here. 13 - Last day of school for Seniors. 15 - Class Night when the Seniors tell you what they have or haven't done. 16 - Alumni Banquet. 19 - Commencement. 20 - Hooray! School is out again. 25 - Seniors and some of faculty members leave for Washington, D. C. EXAMINATION TIME Exams are just around the corner waiting for the student poor Who never studied till too late to make a passing score. Many will burn the midnight oil to study hard once more The things they should have studied a lcng, long time before. They're just like Christmas shoppers who wait till all is sold To do their Christmas shopping and are left out in the cold. But, boys and girls, the Way to do is study well each day, Then when your teacher says, "Exams," you Won't get scared and say, "I doubt if I get by this time, I shofuld have studied more." Instead just say, "Come on exams, I've tackled you before." 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Although her hair is "almost" red, we never see fiares of temper and she seldom gets mad. Plays "Nobody But Nancy" and "There Goes Henry." THE CLASS OF '36 AS FRE HME Front row - Iris Moor, Eileen Baker, Kathaleen Brown, Dorothy Johnson, Beulah Settle, Louise Kingery, Gladys McNair, Beatrice Pierce, Mary Illiene Davis, Roberta Pinkerton, Mary E. Fields. Middle row - Clarence Benge, Dean Goodwin, Burdette Pier'ce, Charles A. Baker, Curtis Black, Francis Abraham, Keith Earhart, Harry Duckett, Gerald Miller. Back row - Elbert Snedeker, Ralph Dicken, Herman Pace, Estle Hartley, Chester Hammons, Elmer Moore, Ellis McDill, Norman Agnew, Joe Marcum, Virgil Pohlar. 6'-Q in ill-'hfn' RP' 1 I xw 1 hr. "' ll: .,. a N f 1.62. '1 .C tx, 1.1" A 3 13 , ' 5: ' Nlmr? " Ai. my , . '- .Wf 4 www! -,'-KF , 5, .le N A no' 0 ,f V, 5 ' ' HIT X s 'yd vs-H ,v- 1 0 A 34.tk7Q' G QU." 'WI' ' Y .1 X Vu 'Q ' . A . 'J ' 4 . N 'fn.9d . '10u."', 14" nsfv'Yx --"N4LiQnl ll sin-m , , n 19. QW k4V!!41l xl: ll lilfll tw' 1 WW I :-. 1.: ' ,I ', 'eqfii Wi .5 .6 ,Q :..fy il 5. :I 'Ml Lf M a li' 1 x lf ylfll vit CLASS POEM For four long years we ve labored And toiled at Union High And now we come to the parting With many a tear filled eye We know that after commencement Our classmates all will part But when thinking of the future We forget an aching heart Now we re starting o er that path That leads us ever anon And we ll always travel upward Where success will be won And when we ve neached the summit The goal we sought so long We'll think of our teachers at Union Ansdl their teachings -of right from wrong. We'll know it was their guidance They gave in faith and hope That kept us ever climbing 1 Though we neared the end of our rope. And when we're old and wrinkled And toil in life is done, We'll sit and dream 'of schooldays And old comrades that are gone. We'll remember the night of commencement As the "Parting of Our Ways," And we'll always remember the joys We found in our High School Days. T - Eileen Baker. :lance J U IOR CLASS Motto: We harness our energy with common sense. Flower - Gardenia Colors - Blue and White Grganization President .......... Ernest Doty Vice-President .... . . John Toney Secretary-Treasurer . . . Tom Patton Sponsor . . . R. C. Glass HISTORY The Junior class began its march in the fall of 1925. Of the twenty-two bashful six year olds that started in the one room school -house at the west corner of the school yard, only six remain. They are Helen Sites, Earnest Doty, Robert Weidenbach, Martha May Mc- Cray, Maxine Stearns, and Reba Whiteman. The latter' three have attended "Old Union" from that time until now. Although many of the originals were lost, reenforcements came from various places. John Toney, Bill White, Charles Buck, Helen Miller, Jack Williams, Marian Maddock, Eleanor Raisch, Thomas Pat- ton, Grace Stout, William Smith, and Carol Hartley joined our ranks at different times during the first eight years. In our Freshman year, Lorraine Harnmitt, Agnes Smith, Miriam Bockover, Laura Skinner, Gilbert Johnson, Helen Sites, Earnest Doty, Robert Weidenbach, Maxine Washburn, and Alice Quick came from Billingsville. Wilma Plessinger and Elsie Gault also came in our Freshman year, while Mary Ferris joined the class the following year. Wilma LaHue, Hope Kelsey, and Charles Baker became a part of our class in the Junior year. We have a present enrollment of thirty, of which we are very proud. We have had our share of basketball and baseball players and are represented in other activities such as choral, Hi U. and track. Our class play, "Fixin' Aunt that we have been very Since the beginning been looking forward to high school career. Fanny," met with succes, and we also feel successful candy salesmen. of our high school education, the class has a trip to New York City at the end of our History Committee: Maxine Stearns Reba Whiteman Martha May McCray ffIYv1QLa.. 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W if Not in panel - Hammitt, Hartley, Maddcck, W. Smith, Miller X .AT 11 , 1 ' , Air" il, H S. S . ' 1 OPI-IOMORE CLASS Motto - Our ideal is a square deal ' Flower - Lavensdier Sweetpeas Colors - Lavender and White Sponsor . . . Frances Jackson Organization Pre.sident . . . . Lowry Raisch Secretary . . . . Ruth McNair Treasurer . . . Lucile Fudge HISTORY The present Sophomore Class started to school in the little frame building at the corner of the school lot. This class moved into the new school building at Christmas of that year f1926.l Miss Mary Driscol was our teacher. . Our second year Miss Dorothy Work was the teacher. She was quite interested in nature study and taught us much along that line which was outside our usual course. In the third year, we had part of our subjects under Miss Frances Williams, and part under Miss Jessie Joslin. Part of our class sat in one room Csecond gradel, and part in another Cfourth grade.J We passed back for our various classes. Miss Joslin taught all of our subjects in the fourth grade. Our teacher in grade five was Miss Miriam Kirker. Mr. Alvin Rogers taught us in the sixth grade. We spent most of our time listening to the seventh grade who came into this room for some of their recitations. Miss Mable Stewart taught all of our subjects in both the seventh and' eighth grades. When We entered Junior High School last year, Ellis Sheets, Vada Wooley, Russell Smith, Freda Bake, and James Arnold joined our class from Billingsville. Our subjects last year included Latin I, English I, algebra, biology. Our class oiiicers were: president, Mary Buscherg vice president, Lucile Fudge: sec- retary, Inez Mastersg treasurer, Ellis Sheets. Mr. Dils was our sponsor. During our Freshman year We had a number of parties which were greatly enjoyed by the class. During our Sophomore year we welcomed some new members to our class: Edna Belle Mullin and Shirley Rinehart, both of Jacksong and Mary Thornburg of Richmlond. Sophomore subjects included geometry, English II, Latin II, World history. The Sophomore Class officers were: president, Lowry Raischg vice president, Doro- thy Pultsg secretary, Ruth McNairg treasurer, Lucile Fudge. Miss Jackson was our sponsor. We enjoyed many parties this year, also. Miss Jackson entertained us in February with a Valentine party at her home. This year, for the first time, a High U Club was organized for the entire high school. About one-third of our class belong to this organization. The membership is based on high grades or achievements in sports. - Mary Buscher. 4' I UHS 1: THE OHIANIAN 1 1936 Arnold, Shirkey, Brown, Smith, Stout, Moor, Moore Sheets, Kirkpatrick, Buscher, Dunn, McNair, Masters, Raisoh Black, Martin, Ardery, Fudge, Wooley, Fields, Mullen Rinehart, Hensley, Stearns, Brown, Bake, Buck, Settle F RF, HMA CLASS Motto: Finished yet beginning Flower - White Rose Colors - Blue and Gold Organization President ...... . . Donald Brattain Vice-President ...... Glenna Patton Secretary-Treasurer . Warren Goodwin Sponsor . . . . Charles Dils HISTORY In the fall of 1935, thirty-three F:-eshmen started their High School career at Union. We are fortunate enough to have seven of the pupils to have spent the whcle nine years in this school, namely: Lois Muddell, Myron Toole, John Kay, John Martin, Burdette Leah, Anna Mary Hawley, and Rena Black. In the grades there were nine pupils who joined this class. This year we welcomed fourteen pupils from Billingsville, namely: Thelma Baker, Wilbur Bell, Ivan Boyle, Donald Bfrattain, Eileen Davis, Bertrand Klein, John Skinner, Hilda Smith, Verla Smith, Cliftcn Washburn, Frank Williams, Donald Wil- liams, Genevieve Whiteman, and Oda Sheets. Lee Garver joined our class from Liberty: and Laurel Van Natta from Harrisburg. In the fall the Sophomores entertained us to a hayride at Fort St. Clair at Eaton, Ohio, at which everyone enjoyed themselves im-- rnensely. We were very glad to take part in the second annual Crimson and Gold Revue in which we gave a dramatization of "Casey at the Bat." We felt quite honored to have a girl, Glenna Patton, from our class to win the Latin Contest at Liberty. She then went to Greens- burg and Won seventh place. - Rena Black. .l ......,,- W :V . - H ., A-....-.-. .. l-1... J ., . , 4, , ,. .UML--1 .g-.,..-.::.:.V- fl up y Hmzw "1" ""1"'L:""-"".-:"f,"-"v"',:3"L:'-1: 'rr ': ':' ':":1' r: :: :: 1: '- 1: 1: :: zum: ..: iz!-ji . - .- V Y' r.-I, ig J- Jw, ff 'f 2-2 - - " A s ,1 35.1-fl ' --LQ-E-Q-I-.as " 3 -C-A'-F.-af-QM'-w-A-+A'-1--. Ja fr-2-A '-1--4-' . J- :J-rf-1-- 4 - ---V A 4 f --, -2- 'W--M V -,f-1-' , -1-.--1.-. -,-'W-. .- yqigqggqgnihgn 2- -'14f:':LE-EE-.:f1rE-14:3-5 afz-41-4 WVR-1? is-T e'.-... - I -f'M"?1::,-fe ,-- - ' . 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Ei P Rogers, Setser, Kirkpatrick, Black, Cann, Pierce McFarland, Whiteman, Hartley, Settle, Buck, Williams Doner, Conklin, Kreutzer, Stout, Williamson, McNair, Marcum Not in panel - Hensley, Gault, Dudley SEVE TH GR DE Blacker, Hampton, Boltcn, Moore Gault, Caskey, Shirkey, Kennedy, Martin, Witter, Pace Muddell, Fields, Maddock, Norvell, Paxton, Whitaker, Kline Thomas, Schiely, Kline, Shepard, Toney, H. Smith, N. Smith Not in panel - Casidy, Mutter ,1 'I J l . ,.., S ..,,. f-- ,, ..., .. :--.,n,..- 4,,.44 ., -HA-.4- ,.':..,..5 .:.',, LH, - , .,..f-1. .. ,. ..'.v.L..: ' 'AU-4--1 +4w.?w44- -f-+-av-,.-1 w,A--4-J-- ,-Y -qf,.:.--5, -Q -Y-,-.,,. - .,,..---L...-g..:,+ , A , 4, 4--:,.a....g,g,..q g.:..g,,5, ...g- ,' A-A-ff:---:iv-D ,-,..3-3-. . , . -4 ,,. -...--,,,..-- L, pi ei .AT 31 -S ut 92 1 i Elf! .qi Ea 555 Fit Eli 'e it 24. 675 .ig ,J 'J 3 4 V31 ,,,...r,, -..-we . f -Q-v---M.,-f.,-5 '1' 'r-M,-'t'M:':.'vv , - -A, AWV. -. ,f-- .J-A ..--1...r- ELEMENTARY FACULTY 1935 - 1936 MRS. MABLE STEWART Mrs. Stewart is a graduate of Miami University. She has also taken work from Indiana University. Mrs. Stewart has been with Union for nineteen years. MISS MIRIAM KIRKER Miss Kirker has attended Miami University and also Ball State Teachers College. Miss Kirker has been a member of the Union teaching staff for eight years. MISS HELEN LYNCH Miss Lynch is a graduate of Indiana University and has also taken work at Miami University. Miss Lynch has been with us for two years. MISS VERA HEIM Miss I-Ieim is 3 graduate of Teachers College of Indianapolis. Miss Heim's major is in elementary wozk. She has been teaching at Union for six years. MISS MAXINE DAUGHERTY Miss Daugherty is a graduate of the Teachers College of Miami Uni- versity. She has taken additional work in the past summers. Miss Daugherty has been with us for five years. MISS LOERAINE ZIMMEQRMAN Miss Zimmerman is a graduate of the two years course at Indiana Uni- versity. Miss Zimmerman has been a member of the teaching staif for ten years. -.......................H............-...........H.............-...-.H.....0..U.-.....n.n-H..-...U-..u......-nI--nu..-n--un-n.--nun--nuun.-nu-n--.......... MR. CHARLES PQAXTON Mr. Paxton better known as "Charlie," W has been the custodian of the building and grounds for the past ten years. I 1 I ... L I V . 71 , , L : i L .. ..: L.. f. 3 , 5. 5 :I 1 : rt 2 : 1 1' i1'r:"1"p -"'g."' 5 5 'f 1"'-1'-'Lg'-71"'5:"k :vw 5'-5--'-L .nv .'--j -W7 -we - . h :G-tgfewgfgf-:gg-F77 g-iw-rg---fqf-egg-'1:fgNKaW---5-'f+A--3-lffvq'-sgaffvaieayrwgqewi-Jndfwkf-ask . . Y A " J .Que-fc.af-1-f-A,:.a-fu.-.., ,..-.,.,r , ff'--L-A:-'bl'-eve 11-Q-ff-weliwwr-3 H - . .3+'1ff+:+frf-e--feGwrf-4-fm-flrfvf-H4-Efra-- +4-we-ff - 'F 1 H I : ':-?:..:f-f,:Q.-fra-7--f--fv-'e-f-.--:-g'r..y34.:?--:s..:- 5,4 -af..,:--',,,:,-5...gf-3a,:.5g,.::- 4:.:.5A7:..y-?',..:--i,z.3:,.E4,,,.:.?.',,4? 4.4, ?1,g,.,,,..5,,,,..g.,.,g,,Q . .v,,. 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I Teacher - Miss Zimmerman f Prather, J. Mutter, Brandenburg, Ferris, Coe, P. Hutsonpillar Rader, Garber, Pace, L. Hisle, McQuiston, Foster, Smalley Persinger, Ridenour, Bake, Hampton, Kline, T. Mutter Muddell, M. Hisle, Chaney, Caldwell, Pults, P. VanNatta, B. VanNatta B , . Not in panel - M. L. G-ard, R. Hutsonpillar, M. M. Gard L I J ,fi ', .Y f 1 I ' 'N , A 1 V ,,, it L 1 al rv, KN: A 41 9 0 ! K I I 1 1 Lv 'lk' 1,1 I f 1 ' 4 u I I 1 l ,Au .R I ' In ' w " N l 1 ' I I U 'l VJYNNS4 4 D f ' 1 an fda ' w 'jx r l :ff ' ' I - 1 ' ' J a A 7l'oIIIIIiIlII1'llIfl1I UHS Z: THE OHIANIAN :: 1936 of L 1 .ge ' "W" NHLETI C5 'wc BASKET BALL PLAYGROUND BALL BASE BALL 3 High School Coach R. C. Glass Junior High School Coach H Charles Dils BASKET BALL, 1933-1934 Lindol Cann, Roger Moore, Carl Heismann, and G-ordon Jerman were lost by grad- uaticn the previous year. The first two had been members of the first squad for four ears. y The largest squad in the history of the school reported for the first practice. Of the 36 starters, 29 remained on the squad for the entire season. Injuries and sickness took their toll during the year and every member of the squad played in at least cne game. With Toney, Huber, and Dicken the only remaining members of the first squad, it was necessary to build a team of underclassmen. A stiff schedule was played and eleven games were won and twelve lost. The best played games were in the Prebe County Tournament. After winning the first three games Monroe nosed out the Trojans in the finals to win the tourney 25-22. The Trojans Were defeated by West Carrolton the following week at the Dayton Sectional. Huber and Toney wer'e chosen on the Liberty He1'ald's all Union County honor team. The ten members of the squad who represented Union in tthe tourney were: Bill Toney, Howard Huber, Malcolm Woodruff, Norman Crist, Ralph Dicken, Joe Marcum, Norman Agnew, Estle Hartley, Keith Earhart, and Earnest Doty. , The first four mentioned above were the seniors, who were lcst by graduation, which left five sophomores and one freshman to carry on. Following is the reccrd of the first squad of 1933-34: Union ,West Elkton Union 30 Liberty ....... ...... 3 1 Union St. Andrews Union 31 Brookville .... .... L --- 40 Union Harrisburg .... ....... U nion 28 McGufTey .... ....... 8 Union Reily ...... Union 24 St. Andrews --- ---- 23 Union Monroe -- Union 18 Harrisburg --- --- 26 Union Liberty .... Union 18, Camden ............... 23 Union Stewart .....,......... Union 233 Brownsville ............ 29 Union Everton .... --- -- .... Union 37 Lanier ..... 23 Preble Tournament Union Brownsville Union 33 Dixon ..... . 18 Preble Tournament Union Camden -.- Union 20 Camden --- 12 Preble Tournament Union McGuii'ey .............. Union 22 Monroe .... 25 Finals Union Stewart ................ The second squad had a very successful season, Winning eleven and losing eight. Benge, McDill, Patton, Earhart, Buck, Dunn, Williams, Pace, Doty, and Duckett played in most of the games but every member of the squad saw service in at least one game. James Ardery served as a very capable manager. BASKET BALL, 1934-1935 At the beginning of the school year Ccach Glass assumed the duties of basket ball coach. He was faced with the task of filling tthe gaps left by the graduation of Toney, Huber, Woodruff, and Crist. To do this it was necessary for him to build a team from the remaining six letter men, Marcum, Dicken, Hartley, Earhart, Agnew, and Doty. College Corner, runners-up for two consecutive years, finally succeeded in winning the Preble County Tournament. Thus, for the first time in the history of the school. Union had a championship team. Starting slowly, the team failed to click and was not impressive in the early season games. Improvement was evident from game to game and the Trojans reached their peak of play at the Dayton Sectional Tournament, where they all but eliminated the crack Brookville team, which later won the sectional tournament. The season's record was eleven games won, twelve lost, and cne tied. Several games on the schedule loom as outstanding. The Trojans won overtime games from New Paris, and Lewisburgg lost to West Elkton in an overtime and played Monroe a triple overtime tie game. The win over Lewisburg served notice to the Preble County Teams that she was a title threat for the County Champicnship. The Trojans were a cool, confident, consistent, group of players in the tournament. 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Wright, Duckett, Buck, Pierce, White, Moore, Hartley, Miller, Toney Q Benge, Goodwin, McDi11, Buck, Dunn, Carpenter, Pace, Patton, Williams L ,J Dicken, Doty, Woodrui, Hartley, Marcum, Toney, Agnew, Earhart, Ardery L? F! y., 4 7' 5 4: W Following is the record of the first squad for 1934-35: Union 12 St. Andrews Unizn 43 Stewart --- Union 20 West Elkton Union 285 Camden --- Union 15 Eaton ........ ........ U nion 283 Lewisburg -- Unicn 20 New Paris ....... - -- Union 193 Brownsville - Union 18 Brownsville Union 305 Boston ..... 331323 35332511111 ""'111 Pnible Cfeunw Tw mmm . Unon 38, Gratis ....... UHIOH ---- ------f -- Union 30- Jackson Union 23 Sprngfleld - U . 19, Le -b "" Union 19 Gratis ........... 1 ..... mon WIS Vg '- Union 15 Liberty ................ l . Fmals Umon 5: Brookville U- -u n Union 24' Camden ---- Union 24 Monroe ............ . .... Dayton Sectional Union 20 St. Andrews Unitn 17' Brookville, O Charles Dils assumed his duties as coach cf the second squad. He had very little experienced material to work with and was forced to spend much of his time in teaching fundamentals. The team showed steady impiovement from game to game and at the end of the season were playing a line tpye of game. Their seas-n's record was eight won and ten lost. Bill W'hite served as 3 very capable manager. BASKET BALL, 1935-1936 The past season was one cf the most successful in the history of Union High School. Although failing to place in the county tournament, the Trojans had a vely successful season. The first squad had a, record of fifteen won and four lost for the regular season. They finished nrst in the Preble County League with a recogd of eight won and none lost. In the first round of the Preble County Tournament the Trojans easily defeated Verona 42-7. The major upset of the tourney took place in the second round when the Trojans were defeated by Jackson 22-16. The second squad enjcyed even more success than the first team. Their record was sixteen won and three lost. Making a total record for both teams for the year of 32 games won and eight lost or a percentage of .800. The first call for basketball was issued on October 7th. Twenty-five players re- sponded including seven letter men from the championship team of the previous year. ,Because of this wealth of material a difiicult schedule of nineteen games was ar- ranged. With ten or twelve boys fighting for positions on the starting team the com- petition was exceedingly keen. The team was handicapped at times by sickness es- pecially just before the tournament when Earhart and Marcum were out. The nrst squad was composed cf the following players: Agnew, Dicken, Doty, Duckett, Earhart, E. Hartley, Marcum. McDill, and Patton. Smith was the tenth man to the tournament. Only two, Agnew and Doty, played in every game. Seven of these boys will be lcst by graduation. Dicken has completed four years as a member cf the first squad. Dicken, Agnew, Hartley, and Marcum have been members of the tournament team for four yearsg Earhart for three yearsg and Duckett and McDil1 for two years. This is an enviable record established by these boys. They have been a bulwark of athletic strength to Old Union and their record will be one for future classes to live up to. This will leave cnly three letter men for Coach Glass to build his 1936-37 net machine around. Following is the record for the first squad for 1935-36: Union 34' Wlest Elkton Union 263 Springfield -- Union 35' New Paris --- ...... Union 21, Brookville -- Union 38' Boston .... -- - ...... Union 39g Spring-Held -- Union 25' Kitchel ................ Union 28 Mgnrce ---- Union 17. Eaten ----- -1--.- ---- ---- Union 26g Lewisburg --- UHi011 25, Brownsville ----------.- Union so, Brownsville , Union 29: Stewart ---.- .-........ 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S95 51:3 gg -C 335 .,, ,IVY Q .aL ' 1--:wr-fl - - 91 ,. ' if :fi -F.-3 Ld- ,-i,.2 ,xl - .,.,,, , , .. if - ai 3: .1 5 , -A 'I if T I I I , Tournament Team -Q 'v , Ass't. Coach Dils, Marcum, Dunn, Hartley, McDill, Smith, Coach Glass fe Dicken, Agnew, Patton, Doty, Earhart fi ., U Q11 White, Manager U .43 .- 42 , Z1 's THE S UAD 1934 3 ii 15' Dils, Smith, Hartley, Marcum, Dunn, McDill, Glass EG Dicken, Agnew, Patton, Doty, Earhart, White 4 Davis, Pierce, C. Hartley, H. Buck, Benge, Duckett, Williams, Arnold H, Toney, Bake, Moor, C. Buck, Raisch gg "1 ig! ' ET? r N Basketball 1935-1936, Continued SECOND SQUAD The second squad had a splendid record for the year. They matched game for game with thte first team until the last game of the season when they defeated Liberty to give them a game edge. They played fine ball all year and, like the first team, there were no ndividual stars. Duckett, Williams, McDill, C. Hartley, and Benge played in most of the games. Shirkey, Arnold, Bake, Moor, Brown, Raisch, Toney, Toole, and Martin gave the team plenty of reserve material. Duckett, McDill, and Benge will be lost by graduation, and Arnold has moved to another district. This will leave eleven to compete for first team position next year. In addition to these men, Coach Gflass will have several of Coach Dils' Champion Grade team to pick from for his squad. Bill White served his,second year as manager. Following is the record of the second squad, 1935-36: Union 405 West Elkton ............ 6 Union 455 Dixon .....,, ,, 18 Union 345 New Paris ...... -- 9 Union 265 Springfield ..... ,- 14 Union 235 Boston --- --- 16 Union 195 Brookville .... --- -- 27 Union 225 Kitchel -- --- 12 Union 255 Springfield -.. .... - -- 12 Union 225 Eaton ........ --- 25 Union 235 Monroe --- U 22 Union 245 Brownsville ..... --- 11 Union 215 Lewisburg -- -- 15 Union 195 Stewart ...... ......... 1 6 Union 205Brownsvi11e ,,--,,,,,1,,-- 5 Union 285 Dixon .... --- 18 Union 245 Camden .,,.,,,-- -,,-u 21 Union 205 Liberty -- ...... 25 Union 235 Liberty --- --,,- ,, 18 Union 215 Camden --- ..... sn--- 8 HONOR AWARD The most -outstanding basketball players for each year since 1929-: 1929-Glen Goble 1933-Lindol Cann 1930-James Campbell 1934-Bill Toney 1931-Forrest Slack 1935-Joe Maxzcum 1932-Roger Moore 1936-Norman Agnew Basketball Schedule for 1936-1937 Oct. 30, Monroe .............. Home Dec, 22, Brownsville --- -,, Home Nov. 6, New Paris .... .... H ome Jan. 8, Dixon ....... --- Away Nov. 13, Open .... -- .... Home Jan. 12, Brookville ..... ..... H ome Nov 20, Eaton --- .... Away Jan. 15, Springfield .... ....... A way Nov 27, Liberty .... .... A way Jan 22, Camden .... --- Home Dec. 4, Brownsville --- - ...... Away Jan. 29, Lewisburg .... --- Away Dec. 11, Dixon ....... ..... H ome Feb 5, Liberty ....,..... --- Home Dec. 15, Jackson --,-- .... --- Home Feb. 12, Kitchel ......... --- Home Dec. 18, Camden ..... .... A way Feb. 20, Tournament. n f l:-': 1 : : ::: :: : 2 : 2 2 5 5 5 ' - 5 2 5 592 --5 - "'lli l!llliUi -1 -2 - - ENSURE : ii' ' ,JH-.:N:,w:,m:u':m:fN:w E Emg - - " ' , 5 ' ""'--, 7U5'!."5'1'5l'5'f5Vi'5U5Wii5!iW5WEMiNSNSHgW.gIE Z M .. r -a - "E4"E'5'fg"'i,' fsu20923209zome.ws'!iwu5u!!LEmiljil3inlimiusuinuialiuillsuiu5 3 V, -1 rf --'- -' -- -Q -- - li " 1595535Y5U5U5Q5Q3Y5gW5NfI5WsHSliHSWiHiNiN . 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"-fp 1936 - ' - ' 1:5q Q", :::-.::. -- Wi. sililillilzl 1-'14, fr-my-Zigi, .4 .:'.z Hi , - 'ipsf has ininnzaniuniang 1 Q -11. if I Nl! :1 . 'E -. 'i"j?r42, f-H --W f H- 1- 'Qi if "ff 45 if EN' gi u: : -. -i x' , 44 -'EGR-5 - 41.1 -4 -J hi 'V' Jr .' 1 :,:. S I ,V 2. :lx 2 - 2 1: - - fines. 'tif 1,2 .3 3 -: Mu' -55-ii 1 I ' 5 D- 2: .1-gif,-V A-32:-In L-Q--1--'---. +-Lff'-A-1'-Je-5-wana-s:f1:A "' 'g.E"f5 ,. .-: .- ,f -: ,- ff wif ea : - -- 'f- 1'x"-11If- Ei., :,.., z-, 2... 1...s a...2a...f -' '- f ' f' -1' 4-f-1 ' A I if J: . 1 1...i :ms ...a2..: ...c-i...,-i . , 5 31 , 'z fy' I . H A ' fe . 1' B f' - 3 F1ISt Squad Team, 1935-36 , h Marcum, Patton, Coach Glass, Hartley, Smith VF' Earhart, Agnew, Doty, Dicken, Duckett . W , White, Mgr. Not in panel, McDi11 QQ 3 Second Squad, 1935-36 K 3' ' Arnold, Brown, Coach Glass, Raisch, Shirkey, Benge 'iff 3 Toole, Moor, Duckett, Williams, Buck, Toney, Martin ,. , , Q 1,5 . White, Mgr. Not in panel, c. Hartley 1 1 . 1 t 'txilrv Q I 1 i " JAH? Q. , g if 1 H 1 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL, 1935-1936 The Junior High School started its basketball campaign about November 1, with the following boys reporting for practice: Blacker, Buck, Caskey, Hartley, Hensley, Moore, McFarland, Paxton, Settle, Whiteman, Kline, Maddock, Hampton, Norvel, Fields, and Whitaker. The iirst ten names made UD the first team, while the remainder were used as reserves. In Union Coiuity there was a Junior High Basketball League arranged with the following schools participating: Billingsville Brownsville, Dunlapsville, Kitchel, Liber- ty, and College Corner. Through the combined efforts of the team the boys were able to tie Liberty for first place, with seven victories and three defeats. After all scheduled games were played, Union planned a Junicr High Toulney at College Corner with all county teams taking part. In the first game of the tourney the boys defeated Kitchel by a score of 28-5, and on the following day beat Liberty 18-11. In the final game College Corner' dawned Dunlapsville 40-8, thereby winning the trophy given to them by the host school. They closed the season with 11 wins and 3 defeats. ' 21 Union 363 Dunlapsville ........... Union 253 Brownsville ....,-..-.,.. 5 Union 17, Brownsville ............ 12 Union 135 Kitchel ..,,. , hm 10 Union 83 Kitchel ..... --- 7 Union 83 Liberty ...... --- 16 Union 243 Liberty ....... -- 23 Union 185 Billingsville .... --- 26 Union 253 Billingsville .... -- 26 Union 10, Liberty ...... ,, 7 Union 19g Dunlapsville - .......... - 7 JUNIOR HIGH SOFTBALL, 1935 In the fall of 1935, the Junior' High bcys decided that they would like to play soft- ball. Practice started immediately with about 25 boys reporting. With that number it was decided to have two teams, one composed of 7th and 8th grade and the other made up of 7th, 8th, and 9th graders. There was a three game schedule planned for the 7th and 8th grade team. Likewise a four' game schedule was arranged for the 7th, 8th, and 9th grade team. The latter team was undefeated, beating Liberty two games and Kitchel two gamesg While the former was defeated once byBi1lingsville and victorious over Greenwood and Billingsville. 7th, 8th, 9th Union 10g Liberty ........ --- Uni-on 5g Kitchel ...... --- Union 73 Liberty --- --- Union 145 Kitchel ................, 7th, 8th I Union 123 Billingsville .... --- 13 Union 7g Greenwood -- -- 5 Union 85 Billingsville --- -- 7 JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL, 1936 W'hen the call was issued for spring baseball practice, fifteen boys reported the 1'irst evening. It has been rather dificult to schedule games because most of the neighbor- ing schools are playing softball. So far we have played three games winning over the Fairhaven grade school 5-6, conquering also the I. G. A. Juniors of College Corner 6-4, but losing to Fairhaven 6 to 7. The following boys have been practicing: Blacker, Moore, McFarland, Paxton, Set- tle, Whiteman, Kline, Maddock, Hampton, Norvell, Fields, Whitaker, Hartley, Hensley, and Caskey. The last three boys mentioned have been doing the pitching. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TRACK, 1936 In the physical education classes the boys have been working on track, in prepara- tion fo-r the Field Day the last day of school. This work is being done for' grades 7, 8, and 9, both boys and girls. We have some very promising athletes in the grades for a track team in the next few years. Listed below are the events in which our grade boys will take part: 50-yard dash High jump fboysi and igirlsl 100-yard dash Basketbal throw Cgirlsi 50-yard dash Cfor girls? Shot-put Mile run Potato race fboysl and igirlsl 220-yard relay Baseball throw fboysb and igirlsl Broad jump fboysl and igirlsh " S 3 3 " 2 -1 ' '1 " .4 I-Ag - 1 ' 1 ci rg Z : ' .' 1' 1 I " I1 'L:"'L 1"'t fm' f"'T "WL !"': IWW? L""? 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Browns- ville, Kitchel, Liberty, and College Corner, all having teams. Prospects were very bright at Union for a winning team since only .one player had graduated from the team which was undefeated the year before. The first game was played at Brownsville and Union lost 9-6. Two games were played with each team and Union won all its remaining five games to win the championship of the county. The following boys were members of the championship team: Duckett, Shirkey, Marcum, McDill, Doty, Dicken, Hartley, Agnew, Smith, Patton, White. BASEBALL 1936 With all of the boys from the team of '35 remaining, the prospects for a winning team was exceedingly good. Six games have been played with Union winning four and losing two - both by one run. Liberty is the only remaining game on the schedule. With only two days practice, the opening game was played with Dixon at Dixon. It developed into a pitcher's battle between Marcum and Sommers. Dixon scored the only run of the game in the first inning and the game was Dixon's 1 to 0. Dicken was injured early in the game and lost fo: the remainder of the season. The next game was with McGuffey of Oxford. The day was exceedingly cold but the batting eyes of both teams were hot and Union won a free contest 17 to 7. Camden was the next victim for Marcum and they were defeated 11 to 6. A well-played game with West Elkton followed and was also added to the wiin column 4 to 2. In a close contest Gratis was defeated 6 to 5. Marcum developed a sore arm and with no practice Ellis McDill stepped in and pitched a very creditable game against McGuffey. Going into the last inning with the score 5 to 2 against Union and two men on base Hartley lined out a double to score both men making the score 5 to 4. Hartley immediately stole third but was left there as the McGuffey pitcher bore down and struck out the Union batter. McCfu.fIey won 5 to 4. Duckett has been doing the catchingg Marcum and McDill the pitching. Williams, White, Doty, and Agnew have been playing the infieldg and Hartley, Smith, Patton, Martin, and Shirkey the outfield. The remaining game on the schedule is with Liberty and we are hoping to defeat them as they have a strong team this year. TRACK 1936 A comparatively new sport to Union was inaugurated - track and field events. The boys, both Junior and Senior Hi, have taken quite an interest Doty and Shirkey placed in the 100-yard dash and half-mile respectively at the Lanier Relay. In a dual' meet with McGuffey, Union made a very creditable showing, winning 7 of 13 events and was able to enter men in only 10 of these events. Doty was high point man of the meet by winning the 100, 220, and 440-yard dashes. Shirkey won the 880, Marcum the high jump, Smith the javelin, and the medley relay was also won. Sheets, Doty, McDill, and Shirkey COIIID-0S8d the relay team. Toney and Goodwin also took part in the meet, Toney placing second in the mile run Coach Glass has entered several in the tri-,state meet at Oxford and also the district meet at Dayton. -nu:m:uu- uuiusiuimsauiwinfm-Sao -sunisuiwf - ina: - - uns C' ' ' O " ieznzifniinusai Gsi49EEkw ewym9:su's' " ' .. ' " ' nz -1 3 - - aiu: -Egiiagaagwsmiwsisusgiwimzninuiugagiuem usuinuigiwznrxawrwiui 1. suns ,,,,,,, I . I 4 5 E 5 Emi fu: ini! - .Ii 71.5 1, '. ,Ae - : - -',-... .1,, . ..w.:'.: ,9igimigiQzuE xEw5wE - insist! -' .- -- 51 b 1- - li! f- -1 'Mg E, -'A -' -I -'L frat- 1 i,2',i,".-L',i'g',i'!,,i2',g-f,"" f"'2"'f"'1""g - ,,,,, 2 ,,,,- ' - .1 1 'R pam 1 1 M' "i+aal,,+'f"W1H' -1 - ,-,aa ' 25,4 G-- - ,mg ,.. , bs. - 4 , ,Ji .. . we-affwirffxqffqfwl-3543 . ,f,.f,fg,,g,,g,1i,,,,g,,i- - 1 , ia .. - H .1 E. 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X, q -f '1 I 'Q f q'1 N .4 'I i. ..'!'1 A A r I A 'Wg nl . ,I SS 1111111 SSSSSSS 'iii II 71111 SKSX '1 1 1 Z 1-S+ AUTQCDPQDHS -A A- oil!!!-Q nw. L I ' r ' - + 4 ggiim C ' .lun Q l,NQ rf Tl '.lvlff1 -Pai' IF' 0 v -Q X N4 M' X ' A J , Z1 QM 'G+ ACTIVITIESW' UNION COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION The U. C. A. was organized in December of 1934. It is similar to the P. T. A. This organization is composed of parents, teachers, and other interested members of the school community The regular meeting night is the third Tuesday evening of each month during the school term. The meetings consist of a short program, guest speak- er, discussion of school problems, and a general business sesson. Mr. Earl Witter was the first president. The ofdcers for 1935-1936 were: president, Harry Arderyg vice-pres- ident, Mrs. Curtis Kennedyg secretary, Mrs. Warner Mcorg treasurer, Gordon Kay: corresponding secretary, W. M. Wright. The newly elected oflicers for 1936-1937 are as follows: president, Harry Arderyg vice-president, Mrs. 0:'ea Brown, secretary, Mr's. Mable Stewartg treasurer, James Orrg corresponding secretary, W. M. Wright. This organization has raised money by serving banquets to the Liberty Commercial Club, Preble County Schoolmasters' Club, Junior-Senior reception, and the Alumni banquet. 'The money thus earned is being used to purchase dishes, silverware, and equipment for the Home Economics department in an effort to inaugurate a hot lunch service next year. MUSIC The music organizations are undez' the direction of Miss Inez Visser. An orchestra was organized this year' and has made rapid progress. They are furnishing the music for commencement. The Senior Girls' Choral Club is composed of girls in grades 10, 11, and 12. They have been invited to sing at numerous functions besides the regular school activities. They took part in the May Festival held at Liberty on the evening of May lst. They are singing at the baccalaureate serlces. The Junior Girls' Choral Club is composed of girls from grades 7, 8, and 9. They have sung at several school activities this year. UNION BAND The Union Band was organized in 1932 and has been under the direction of Mr. McClain during that time. A patron's committee to help with this work is composed of Mrs. Orea Brown, Mrs. Abbie Martin, and Mrs. Gordon Kay. The band plays at the Butler Cc-unty Fair, Hallowe'en program, school activities, and fills many summer en- gagements. A yearly band entertainment is given in the spring each year at the school auditorium. HI- U - CLUB The Hi-U Club is composed of honor-roll pupils and honor award members of the athletic teams.. This 'organization promotes schcol parties, programs, and noon recreations. Joe Marcum is presidentg Claire Martin, first vice-president: Louise King- ery, second vice-president, Betty Ardery, secretary-treasurer. CHEER LEADERS Louise Kingery has served for two years as a very capable and efficient leader. She has been assisted by Lucile Fudge. These girls are to be complimented for their Work at basketball games and at the county tournament. CRIMSON AND GOLD REVUE For the past two years a schcol program has been given. during the month of April. Each class furnishes a part of the program and almost all of the pupils take part. These programs have been attended by large and interested crowds. The program in- cludes singing, stunts, short plays, acts of magic, radio broadcasts, dramatizations, and new and original surprises each year. 2 .,., ,:,. 4: .,:,:L:,::' ffW':. 7,2 ':.. ...':.1.. 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Martin, R. McNair, H. Kelsey J. Kay, J. Martin, M. Stout, J. Martin, Williamson, J. Brown, Director McClain . S. Rinehart, G. Kay, B. Stout, Schiely, Paxton, Morgan r -- .: - 1. ---' , vf 4"--'-"4-2 ..1 i -'rf' 5' O il V I.. kv 1 'I Aa A .' + 5 I ' I 1 1 ' x N . 0 - U .y',' in ., - 7.5 ' - ' 1. ' A I , 1 .L as- 'I H ::"':d1 'f . a M. - .. S9-l +e+.fxDveQi1s1NQas We, the Senior Class of 1936, Wish to thank each of our advertisers for the-ir interest in our annual. Without their aid it would have been im- possible for us to have published this book. It is our sincere hope that everyone who reads this book Will patronize the business people Who so graciously mamde this book possible. 3 ALUMNI HISTORY On the following pages Will be found a com- plete list of the graduates of Union High School. As a special feature, this yeards publication contains a history of each class. We, the Seniors, Wish to take this opportunity to thank all those Who so kindly wrote a history of their class, as We greatly appreciate their co- operation in compiling this section. CLASS OF 1897 With the motto "We are Seven" of '97, the iirst class of College Corner High School, as it was then called, looked forward to the year of graduation. Later we welcomed another classmate, Mary Edna McConnell, who is now Mrs. Gecfrge Wheeler, Xenia, Ohio. She is the mother of three daughters, all of whom have been teachers in public schools: also, in her family are two granddaughters. Another member of the class, Margaret M. MicDill, in 1898 became the wife of Arthur Cleveland. For several years they lived near Ccllege Corner: later they moved to Col- umbus, Ohio: then to Chicago, Ill., their home at this time. Mr. Cleveland is insurance manager of The Pure Oil Co. Their children, two sons and twin daughters, are all mar- ried. Her address is 211 E. Cihestnut street, Chicago, Ill. Two years after graduation, Ottie M. Riclenour married Omar G. Murray of Rich- mond, Ind. She has me daughter and three grandchildren. Mrs. Muzray is interested in art and in travel. She has been abroad several times, her last trip being a world cruise. He: address is '70 S. 15th street, Richmond, Ind. For a number of years she has been curator of prints in the art association of Richmond, Ind. Jessie M. Smith, now Mrs. Harry Hines of Indianapolis, Ind., was valedictorian of the class. She was chairman of the committee applinted to draft the constitution and by-laws of the College Corner High School Alumni Association. Harry L. Stephens married Nona Grace Chrisman of Connersville. Since that time, he has held positions of importance in Fort Wayne, Ind. and Decatur, Ill. For eleven years he has been in the wholesale ilirniture business in Minneapolis, Minn. His only child, Dr. Maynard Moody Stephens, is married and has two daughters. He now has a chair in Penn. State College, Pennsylvania. Harry C. Stewart married Mabel Munns of College Corner. For a number of years he has been a successful contractor and builder in this place. Since graduation, Adelaide Gilmore has taught in the grades and in high schcol in Liberty-Center township. Orville Handley died November 25, 1902. Ruth Andrews married John E. Kauffman of College Corner. They had one daugh- ter, Lucille. Ruth was with this iclass. After studying at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, she taught in the Union county schools. She completed the requirements of Col- lege Corner high school and was given a diploma in 1926. Mrs. Ruth Andrews Kauff- man, who taught Room Two for several years, passed away July 23, 1926. In the early years of the Union school she had received a diploma from the Teachers Course and in later years one from the State uf Indiana, making her a high school graduate. Accept- ing her credits from Miami Teachers' College and her Indiana diploma the local board granted her a diploma from Union School, thus placing her name on the Alumni Roll. - Adelaide Gilmore. CLASS OF 1898 The class flower of '98 was clematis and the colors were blue and gcld. This was the second class to graduate from Union High. It consisted of eleven member's. The motto was "Out of School Life Into Life's School," and they surely have had a thorough education in thirty-eight years of "Life School." None have .climbed tcl the top df the ladder, and we hope we have filled our cairner in the world with credit to our Alma Mater. The class roll at the present time is: Murray Bake, proprietor of Bake's General Store in College Corner, is married to Grace Earhart and has two children. His daughter Neva graduated in the class of '31, and his son Louis is a Sophomore. Arthur Buck is a retired mail cazrier. He is married and resides in College Corner. His son Harold is a graduate of Union High. Truman Lackey, retired farmer, now lives in Liberty, Ind. He is married and has one son who graduated at Union High. Truman has a grandson. Luther and Alma Weidner Moor' live in Dayton, Ohio. They have two daughters, and one granddaughter. One daughter is a graduate of Union. Luther holds a respon- sible position with a Life Insurance Co. Pearl Morton Gephart lives in Hamilton, Ohio. Her husband is president of the Second National Bank in Hamilton. Mae Templeton Lefiler resides on a farm near College Corner. She has one son, Marlin, a graduate of Union Schcol in the class of 1928. Mrs. Lizzie Donnell Bogart lives in Indianapolis, Ind. Her husband is an engineer cn the Pennsylvania railroad. She has a son, Paul, who is a graduate of Indianapolis Technical High School. Hattie Cleveland Thompson lives in Warsaw, Ind. Her husband is a painter. She has five daughters, and three grandchildren. Ann Irwin, the youngest member of our class, lives in Peru, Nebraska. She has been connected with the Peru State Teachers College since 1925 and teaches accounting, busi- ness law, and helps with the typewriting. Anna first taught grade work in Franklin county, Ind., for three years: then in Moundville, Missouri. She spent eight years in Chicasaw, Sapulpa, and Muskogee, all in Oklahoma. For four years she taught high school work in Wellington, Kansas. Just previous to coming to Peru she received her B. S. degree from State Teachers College at Warrensburg, Missouri, and her A. M. de- gree from the University of Chicago. Martha Gilmore Woodruff lives on a farm near College Corner. She has three sons, and one daughter, also two grandchildren. - By Mrs. John Woodrui. IXIIAIII II' If Iliff HF RES A SECRET ABOUT CLOTHES COST THIS IS the Way to find the real cost E of a su1t of clothes DIVIDE THE PRICE BY THE NUMBER OF DAYS OF WEAR Try that and youll always Wear fine clothes Fine clothes not only look better gwe more pleasure but they cost less really Our MAX QUALITY clothes are that klnd F R E D M A X THE HOME OF Goon CLOTHES Llberty Indlana RILEY I MILLER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Llcl Ambulance Service 7 COLLEGE CORNER, OHIO Phone 77 Phone 57 R' College Corner, Ohio Liberty, Indiana CLASS OF 1899 "We launch to-night, where shall we anchor?" Near the close of the century this class was graduated by two evenings of activities. After the custcfmary exercises and the reading of essays the alarm of fire was given, followed by the panicky departure of the assemblage, leaving the class diplomalessg but upon returning to the Methodist church the following evening the address was delivered by Rev. Duncan, and diplcrnas were handed to: Benjamin O. Abernathy i916 Pleasant Run Boulevard, North Drive, Indianapolis, Ind.J who was a student at Indiana State Normal, Terre Haute and at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. He was a teacher in the rural schools of Union county for eight years and in the Liberty school for ten yearsg following this service he served as Union ccrunty treasurer for two terms. A few years later were spent in assisting the county treasurers over the state at South Bend and other cities. He was married to Lucy Margaret Haag. They have one son, Maurice, and two grandchildren. Dr. Charles E. Brown, a practicing physician in Fresno, California. He is married. Kaytie Douglass fMrs. Benjamin Hyde, Cottage Grove, Ind.7 After leaving Union, Kaytie served as assistant cashier for eleven years with the College Corner Banking Co. Mr. and Mrs. Hyde are prosperous farmers in Unon cctunty, Ind., where they reside in a nice home and show hospitality to their many friends. Their chief recreation is travel. Lucille Hodges CMrs. Frank Wagner, 134 Kealing Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.J Mrs. Wagner has resided in Indianapolis since 1903 and in 1906 was married: she has two children, Helen Louise and Donald Elmer. Since the death of her husband she has been very successf-ully engaged in Child Welfare Work. Edith Hill CMrs. D. W. Sherryl deceased. After serving for fifteen years as the first general manager of the College Corner Telephone Company, Edith was married to Mr. Sherry and resided in Connersville until her death in 1929. Mable Munns fMrs. H. C. Stewart, College Corner, Ohio.D She taught in the Bath and in the College Corner Union School until her marriage, after which a few years were given to substitute teachingg later she toad: up regular teaching in Preble county and in College Corner Union School where she is now employed as a teacher. She at- tended Miami University and received a B. S. degree in 1934. Laura Murphy fCollege Corner, Ohio.J Laura is a successful business lady of Col- lege Corner and is owner of a statirnery and drug sundries store. For diversion she has chosen travel for a hobby, having made one trip abroad in 19093 this has been fol- lowed by short trips each summer. She is now living with her mother at the- family home in College Corner. Charles M. Ridenour fdeceasedj Mar'ried. Passed away in France. Verla Shanklin iMrs. Ed. Hammitt, Route 2, Liberty, Ind.D Fcfllowing her' gradua- tion Mrs. Hammitt taught for four years in the Union township schools. After her' mar'- riage she lived for a time at Cleves and at Sevenmile. Her family consists of four children: Robert fdeceasedl, Martha, Mar'ian Cdeceasedl, and Lorraine, a junior in Union High. Mr. and Mrs. Hammjtt are successfully conducting a general store in Billings- ville, Indiana. Ge.u-ge Tucker CCollege Corner, Ohio.D After leaving Union, George entered the services of the local railway company as depot clerk and latex' as agent for about fifteen years: he served as bookkeeper for the Farmers State Bank two years, later he was secretary-treasurer of the College Corner Telephone Company ten years. At present he is supervising the farming of the Tucker farm. He enjoys traveling and has made sev- eral trips to the Pacific ccast, and to the different World's Fairs. Camille Weidner CCollcge Corner, Ohio.J Following her graduation she spent sev- eral years caring for her mother. Camille is now residing at the Weidner homestead, where she enjoys receiving her many friends and is interested in the community in general. - Mable Munns Stewart. CLASS OF 1900 The Class of 1900 included 11 girls and 1 boy, namely: Elsie Shera, now Mrs. E. N. Carmichael, living on a farm near Oxford, Ohiot They are parents of five children, namely: Helen, Bruce, Nina, Bernice and Wilbur. Cora L. McCray, now Mrs. Charles Witter. Spent several years on a farm in Union County, Ind: also in New Mexico, and have resided in Long Beach, California., for the past 19 years. She has 'two daughters, Evelyn and'Helen . Mabel McDill, now Mzs. William Smith. They are living in Honolulu, Hawaii. They have one daughter. Nellie E. Douglass, now Mrs. William C. Wright, living on a farm in Wayne county, Ind. They have two sons, Claude and Merle. Clarence D. Finley, living in Detroit, Michigan. Has a patent on Joint Seal Piston Rings and Sealing Strips, now being manufactured by C. D. Finley Industries, 2939 Park Ave., Detroit. His wife is deceased. Has a son living in Seattle, Washington. , Louise B. Coulter. Living in Fort Worth, Texas. Bessie Huston fMrs. A. R. Fuhrmanl, living in -Cincinnati and studying in the art academy in Cincinnati. Had one son, John, married and deceased. 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HN ,Ir 'T E CLASS OF 1901 As each class is graduated and leaves the protecting wing of its Alma Mater, and enters the great university of life, the events associated with this important D6I'iOd seem indelibly stamped upon the memory. But time, the great eraser, slowly dims thoughts of the past, so lest we fcerget, let us fzeeshen the "Footprints of Time." When the alumni editor asked me for a history of the Class of 1901 the thought brought home to me more forcibly than ever that it has been thirty-five years since a lucky dozen of us departed from the old brick "Temple of Knowledge" that used to stand where our beautiful new building is now located, armed with our diplomas, ready to settle all the world's difficulties, and even to regulate the movements of the stars if need be. Do not think the Class af 1901 belongs back with tottering King Tut, even if we were the fifth class to graduate from the old school building. Although We did not have the larger opportunities which the Class of '36 enjoys, we are grateful for those we had and rejoice with them in the greater facilities for an education. One thing cf which we are justly proud is that we gave an oyster supper in the old Methodist church, clear- ing S30.00 which was used to start our present school library. We, the Class of 1901, hope and modestly think that we have fulfilled the expectations of other classmen. Eursel Munns White after being graduated taught in Union county school and at Lapel, Ind. She attended Indiana University. She now lives in Manhattan, Kansas, where her husband is a teacher of mathematics in Kansas State Agricultural College. She has a son and a daughter. Clara Ault Bryant is living on a farm near Oxford, Ohio, Route 1. Mary Douglass Hyde taught school for a number of years. She is now living at 300 W. Vine street, Oxford, Ohio. She has one son, Quentin. Prudie Ridenour Davenport is living in Bowling Green, Ohio. She has one son. Robert Marshall and Myrtle Douglass Wright have gone tc: the Great Beyond. Mrs. Wright was the mother of, two daughters, Mrs. Clifford Narkrader of Dayton, and Mar- guerite at home. Also a son Wayne of Oxford. David Owens is a clerk in a grocery store in Chester, Ind. He is married and has two sons, berth at home. Arthur Harrison is selling insurance in Pittsburg, Pa. He is married and has two daughters. Tressa Davis, our bachelor girl, lives at 5017 Quarles street, N. E., Washington, D. C. She taught school for fourteen years, and for twenty .years has been doing government work in Washington, D. C. Three members of the .class still live in the home tdwn. They are: Wayne Moor, one of our most successful merchants, being associated! with his father in the hardware and drug business. Mabel McDill Buck. She has one son Harold, at home. Orpha Miller Mille:-. She has a son and a daughter living. Another son met a tragic death a few years ago. Nuw I must end these rambling remarks or someone will say what one of our class- mates once said at the close of a lecture by one of the teachers. He asked, "Have I c-verlooked anything?" "Yes," came the r'eply, "Several good places to stop." The Class of 1901, through the writer, welcomes you, the Class of 1936, into our alumni with the best wishes for your future. - By Mabel McDill Buck. CLASS OF 1902 This Class of 1902 was ten in number, namely: Elmer Brown, Portland, Oregon. Lucy B. Douglass, Mrs. C. E. Duvall, Arcadia, California. They own a fruit ranch. Edith W. Harrison, Mrs. Everett Summersg farmingg has four grandchildren. Leroy Hawley, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Elsie McCray, Mrs. Goodman, lives in Gillette, Wyoming. Owns and oversees a ranch. She has one son. Julia McDonough, Mrs. David Dillon, Middletown, Ohio. She has ten children. Alex Paxton, Dallas, Texas, employed by National Cash Register Co., Dayton, Ohio. Everett Shepherd, druggist, 446 Wlest Third street, Dayton, Ohio. Orpha Summers, Mrs. O. S. Bake, College Curner, Ohio, Route 1. Farming. Two children, Macel and Stanley. Both have one child. Muriel Wright, Mrs. Lynn Hill, College Corner,Ohio, route 1. 'Ilhey own a farm and a grocery store. Mr. Hill runs a grocery truck through this section of the country sell- ing his produce. They have one child, Herbert, and one gsandchild. U - Mrs. 0. S. Bake and Mrs. Lynn Hill. CLASS OF 1903 Clyde Bates, Grafton High Schcol, Pittsburgh, Pa. Studied at Elgin, Ill. Taught in Illinois until he moved to Pittsburgh, sever'al years ago. Is principal of the Grafton high school. His wife, whom he married in Illinois, died a few years alfter they moved east. She left two sons, now grown to manhood. A few years agof, Clyde married a Pittsburgh girl. Murray Carmichael, 1020 Olive street, West Palm Beach, Florida. Graduated from Indiana U. Law Dept. and received a degree from U. of Chicago. Practiced law in Florida ever since. Was mayor of West Palm Beach. Married Lillie Mae Cleveland of Flcrida. Has three children. The daughter is supervisor of music in the schools. One son is in college and one in high school. COME TO JOHNNY S 5 PLACE Try Our Large Hamburgers Ice Cream, Candy Drlnks Tobaccos, Grocerles College Corner JOHN SCHEILY Oh1o Propr1etor Phone 35-X F AIRCHILD S Battery Tue and Auto SOITVICC COLLEGE CORNER OHIO Phone 115 MOFARLAN D RADIO SERVICE Phllco and Zenlth RADIOS Electr1cal Repa1r1ng ' y COLLEGE CORNER O K ' , I Phone 370 U' fn' if ,. r .I , li MOORE s STUDIO A I The Gift that only T You can give + , Your Photograph 1 , OXFORD, OHIO I I Z---F-are A . BOOKER S SERVICE STATION TEXACO C AS COLLEGE CORNER O HUGHES DRY GOODS STORE LIBERTY, IND. General Electric Refriger- ators, Atwater-Kent Raldfios and Maytag Washers The best is always cheapest. iClass of 1903, continuedl Alice Davis fMrs. Karl Millerl, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. Taught school several years in Union county before her mar:iage. The,y own and operate a farm in the old Sand Run neighborhood, southeast c'f Liberty. Jennie Elliott CMrs. Gordon Robinsonl, 1870 Raymond Rd., Long Beach, California. Graduated from Sterling College in Kansas. Taught school in Union county and in Kansas seve:-al years before her marriage. Husband also a teacher. Moved to Califor- nia a few years later. Has two daughters, one in junior college and one ten years old. Alonzo Grove, 3314 N. Illinois street, Indianapolis, 'Ind. Received degrees from Val- paraiso, Miami, and Columbia Universities. Taught school in Union county, principal of College Corner and Oxford high schools, district superintendent in Butler county, head of Dept. of Psychology and Education, Western College. Also taught at Danville, Ill., Miami U., and Franklin College. Since 1923 has been secretary, Credit and Collection Manager of John Deere Plow Co., Indianapolis. Married Helen Speers, also teacher in Union county. Glen Heard, 3945 Park Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. Attended a Dayton business college. Graduated from electrical engineering department of Purdue U. Employed in Rich- mond. at Internatitrnal Harvester Co. two years. Fo: 14 years has been in Indianapolis. Is with the U. S. Treasury Dept. as chief of purchasing division for the state of In- diana. Married Hazel Ketner' of Liberty. Has two daughters, one a student and one a graduate of Butler College, Indianapolis. Emmett Hitchner, Sandpoint, Idaho. Business course at Dayton, Ohio. Sales man- ager of Sandpoint Lumber and Pole Co. Since 1916 has been in business for himself. Has been secretary and president of the Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce. Married a New York girl, a teacher in Idaho, who died in 1933. Recently he remarried. Maude Jones CMrs. Everett Piercel, College Corner. Lived in New York until they moved to her old home in College Corner. Has twins, a boy and a girl, also another daughter. All are of high school age. Ruth Kener CMrs. Sam Snyderl, 434 Jackson Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Taught music Cvocall in Union county schools a few year's ago. After her marriage moved to Denver, Colo. For several years he: husband has been in business in St. Louis. Maude Kingery tMrs. Otho Fentonl, deceased. Lived on Fenton farm after her marriage in 1910. Maude passed away in 1916. Her life was short, but knowing her sunny disposition, we .can't doubt that it was a happy one. Leota Moon fM:s. John Ewingl, Liberty, Ind., route 2. Has one son, 14 years old. They own and qperate 9, farm near Liberty. Emma Orr, Liberty, Ind., route 2. Attynded business college in Indianapolis. Taught school in Union cgunty. In later years lives at home on a farmg interested in poultry. William E. Smith, 2838 Kahawai street, Honolulu, T. H. Mechanical engineering graduate of Purdue U. Has been employed by Babcock and Wilcox Boiler Co., practically ever since, in various places in the east. Resided in Honolulu since 1919. Married Mabel McDill. Had two daughters, one dying in infancy. Martha Jean is a senior in college at Berkeley, Califtrnia. And who says 13 is an unlucky number? What class makes a better showing than old 1903? Our memories of those good old days are still fresh. -Mrs. Karl Miller. CLASS OF 1904 This class though small in number has Without a doubt supplied the deficit and made its mark in the world. Have there not been worth-while contributors from its seven ywung men and women, five homemaker's with three of these business women as well, one minister, and one professor? Carrie B. Smith, after hez- graduation, attended Valparaiso College, following which she taught music for two years in the schools of Union county, Ind. She married Mr. George Simpscn, postal clerk at the Oxford postoffice and they :eside in Oxford, Ohio. Grace D. Smalley married Mr. Frank Finch and resides in Liberty, Ind. Since Mr. Finch D2.SS6d away six years ago, Mrs. Finch has nobly carried on as homemaker and provided for her family of boys. She has one son, Earl, who is married and lives in Connersville, and is employed by the Public Service Co. She also has two sons at home, Joe, age 113 and Darrell, age 9. On January 1st, Mrs. Finch took the office of clerk- treasurer of the town of Liberty, and so finds her time fully occ-upied. Lessie E. Wheeler lives in Richmond, Ind., where she and her husband, Mr. Harry Conner, have been very successful in the management of the Wayne Hotel. They have one daughter, Lucille, age 11. Mary E. Paxton, after finishing high school, attended Miami University, and received her diploma from Teachers College. She 'taught very successfully for a .liumber of years in College Cerner school and also in Butler and Preble county schools. At present she is assistant principal of North School, Middletown, Ohio. Ina Margaret Munns taught for three years in Franklin county schools following her graduation from high school. She married Ellis Blake Barkley and they resided on the Barkley homestead near Bath, Ind. In 1921, they moved to Tennessee where they lived for ten years. While there, Mzs. Barkley taught in both the grades and higih schools. She attended school at Miami University and Universities df Ind., Tenn., and Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Barkley have two daughters, Janice who is man'ied and lives in Boston, Mass., and Margaret, a sophdmore in high school at McGuHey. Everett L. Bis received his college training at Miami University, Moore's Hill, Ind., and York College. He was in the ministry for several years but was forced to discon- tinue that profession because of an affection of the throat. At present he lives at 446 Front street, Berea, Ohio, and holds a government position. He is married and has a son who is in college. THE NEW OXFORD THEATRE oXFoRD onto IZIIIIIIIIIII xt TV x XQ XS, ifffxi The Only Theatre That Does Not Show One Second Advertising Phone 183 We Supply Pupils of Union School with Our Milk WISECUP 81 SON Greenwood Dairy L S HILL Home Dressed Meats and Groceries Pure Milk and Cream from COLLEGE CORNER, .O. T. B. and Blfoodtested Herds Phone 265 WRIGHT HARDWARE CO HARDWARE XFORD oH1o Furnaces, Sheet Metal Work of All Kinds O X Z L-.li tClass of 1904, continued? A Earl C. Bowman, following his four years in Union high school, taught for a few years in Union county. He attended Miami University from which he received the de- grees, Bacheloz' of Science and Master of Arts. He has also been an instructor at Miami. He is now a member of the faculty of DePauw University. Mr. Bowman is married and has one son. And so "Our slender life runs rippling by, And glides into the silent hollow of the past." - Mrs. E. .B Barkley. CLASS OF 1905 Harry W. Brown has for many years resided at Viscalia. Calif. Box 281. Allen S. Coulter's last address was Dusseldtrf, Germany. At present we don't know any details about Allen. We are forwarding a letter to him. Stanley Douglass. Elsie E. Earhart fMrs. Fred Bish-op.l 511 S. W. A street, Richmond, Ind. Fred is superintendent of the Richmond Home Telephone Company. John E. Farr married Ruth Miller. They have one sun and daughter. They live on a farm east of Lynn, Ind. John also caters to the public in trucking and tr'ansportation. Ethel M. Gillespie tMrs. Earnest McGrawJ. Liberty, Ind., R. R. Husband farms west of Liberty. Her first husband, Chazies Kirkpatrick, is deceased. Jennie Holland, deceased. She died in December following her graduation in May. Myrtle M. Miller fMrs. Frank Nuttyb, Connersville, Ind., R. R. 8. Frank is a school teacher at Alquina. They have six children, two girls and four boys. George R. Moss married Erma Andr'ews and has one daughter, a school teacher. George is an employee of the Romey Furniture Co., Richmond, Ind. Mable Orr, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 2., is the manager of a farm. Mable seems to be very successful in this pr'oject. - Mrs. Fred Bishop. CLASS OF 1906 Mettie Floy Bake fMrs. Lf ren Shultz? deceased, was one of the two girls in our class. They lived in Florida at the time of her death. They had one son and daughter. Fred S. Bishop, 511 S. W. A street, Richmond, Ind., married Elsie Earhart. He is superintendent of the Richmond Home Telephone Co. Fred was one of the crew who installed the first and original telephone system in College Corner, Ohio. Frances C. Page fMrs. John McDonoughJ, Oxford, Ohio, Route 1. Lives on a farm. For several years was a very eflicient school teacher. We understand that she is now as efficient a mother with a family of several nice children. Dellis M. Meyers, Liberty, Ind., R. R. He married Mary Carson of Liberty. They have two daughters and two sons. Dellis is a very successful farmer. Kenneth B. Ridenour lives with his sister, Mrs. Tura White, on South Lafayette St., Camden, Ohio. He is a Salesman for the Fuller Brush Co. and Bantex. Kenneth is still living the lif e of single blessedness. Virgil M. Smith, a very conscientious and efficient high school student, deceased. He was married and lived in Chicago, Ill. - Fred S. Bishop. CLASS OF 1907 Marie E. Ault, Mrs. Loren Pierce. Her address is 46 Dudley Ave., Hamburg, N. Y. T. Marion Buck. He has married and has three children He has taught for several years. Address, Librazy, Penn., R. R. 1. Philip L. Coulter, now Majta' Coulter, has retired from the army and is living in Florida with his wife and daughter. Grace L. Earhart now is Mrs. Murray Bake. Lives in College Corner, but at present time is visiting in California. She has two children, Neva and Louis. Shirley G. Hawley is Mrs. Everett Osborne, Valley City, Missouri. Esther A. Killough is Mrs. D. M. Wisecup. Her husband runs a dairy near Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. She has two children. Julian S. Paxton of Oxford, Ohio, R. R. 4, is a State Highway engineer. He is married and has several children. Watson R. Pults, assistant cashier uf the Fa:-mers State Bank. He is married and has two children, Watson Jr. and Dorothy. Orville Smith lives at 602 Franklin Ave., Connersville, Ind. Married and has seven children: John. Pearl, Harold, Helen, Charles. Mary E. Wilson is principal at West Alexandria, Ohio, where she teaches Latin and mathematics. Address: 800 S. W. 5th St., Richmond, Ind. Harry L. Wright lives at College Corner, R. R., is a farmer, married and has sev- eral children. - Mrs. D. M. Wisecup. CLASS OF 1908 The Class of '08 as freshmen were the last high school class to be seated downstairs, and go upstairs for a part of their recitations. In the summer of 1905 the assembly mom was furnished and all the high school were seated in one room. We, as Juniors, were the first to give the Senicrs a reception. The classes of today might not recognize it as such for it was no style show. Only once before had there been thirteen graduates, but we didn't consider ourselves unlucky. We were the first class to graduate under Supt. C. E. Gillespie. Ama Bickett, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. Attended summer school at Miami U., '08. Since then has been home devoting her time to fancy work, raising poultry, and cultivating flowers. Rollo Doty, Liberty, Ind., R. R. Attended Indiana U. '08-'09. Was employed as a locomotive Hreman for the Penn. railroad for six years. Has been farming since then. Mazried Hazel Witt. They have five daughters. 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'Fife Home Newspaper College Corner News Printers gp The Ohianian FARMERS STATE LAURA MURPHY BANK ' ,, Stationery w O I Y Patent M6d1C1HCS College Corner, COLLEGE CORNER, O. x ' . Photographe of the Seniors Phone 78 and C11fj3eGg3jug2, Were J. E. PARKER Sr Co THE DAGGY STUDIO P0H1tfY9EeeS,W00L Purina Feed Dealers In 211 South 3rd St., HAMILTON, OHIO- COLLEGE CORNER, O. ,A " A 1 , , - ' - 2 V , h ggi-'-' --1" 1,, 1x,. 1 1 IL ,.,. ,,,,.,. , , ,. V, - . . . tClass of 1908, continued? George W. Goble, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. A. B. Indiana U. '13g L. L. B. Yale University Law School '15g won Munson first prize at Yale for excellence in de- bating. Principal of high schcols at Alton, Ind. and Cleveland, Ohio, two years each. Practiced law in Connezsville, Ind., four years. Artillery ofllcer 1918. Professor of Law at U. of Illinois since 1921. Delegate to International Congress of Comparative Law, The Hague, Netherlands in Aug. 1932. He has written a book on law of insurance, ar- ticles fcr several law journals and biographical sketches. Married Roberta Lee Sonner of Alton, Ind. They have four children, two girls at U. of Illinois, and two boys in grade school. Elsie Lindsey fMrs. Otis Miller? deceased. Had one son, also deceased. Paul R. Hawley, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. A. B. Indiana U. '12g M. D., U. of Cin- cinnati '14g Omce: in U. S. Army '16, Dr. CP. H. Jdhn Hopkins U. '22-lg Cihief Surgeon at Nicaragua Canal Survey '29-'31, instructor in Army Medical School '31-'34g Student, Command and General Staff School at Ft. Leavenworth '34-'36. Married Frances Gilli- lared of Cincinnati. They have two children, Barbara and William. Ruthanna Miller fMrs. John Farrl, Lynn, Ind., attended Indiana State Normal and Purdue U. Taught school six years. Husband farms and trucks. They have two child- ren, John Robert, a freshman and Martha, in seventh grade. Edwin Page, 4733 Center Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. Married Frieda Imsande of Middle- town. They have one daughter. First followed Civil engineering work in construction, later became Erecting engineer on construction of By-Product Cake and Benzol Re- covery Plants, . Etta Pinkerton, College Corner, O. Has clerked, with exception of four years, for local business firms. Now in employ df L. S. Hill. Verne Smelser fMrs. Claude E. Linel Jasper, Ind. Attended summer school at Miami one year and took six month business course at Hamilton. Was sales lady for Beaton's Dry Goods Ccg., Oxford 7 years. Later a stenographer and bookkeeper for Ox- ford firms. They now have a men's clothing store in Jasper. Cleatice Smith, deceased. Took course at Richmond Business College. Bookkeeper for Huward Wholesale Grocery Co. Married and had twin daughters. June died in in- fancy. Jean is mazried and lives in Richmond. Margie Smith fMr's. Paul Griffithl, College Corner, O. Clerked in local postoffice four years, bookkeeper for local business firms twelve years. Graduated from Reid- Memorial Hospital, Richmtmd '28. Husband is a plasterer. They have a son, Richard. Oqpal Smith fMrs. Leland Procto.'J,Everett, Wash.R. R. Made music her major pro- ject. Studied at Oxford College for Women, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and at Philadelphia. Mr. Procter is a chemical engineer. They live on a ranch near Everett. Has two daughters. Directs a choir at First Pgesbyterian church in Everett. Martha Wilson lMrs. Roya Grayb, St. Louis, Mo. Graduated from Monmouth College '12, Taught school for several years in Illintis and Nevada. Mr. Gray is employed by a wholesale cotton merchant. They have two children, Mary Arnet and John Wilson. CLASS OF 1909 Our motto "Quality not Quantity" was very appropriate as there were only three in our class. I Eunice Earhart CMrs. Floyd R. Hamiltonl, Oxford, O. Lived on a farm for nine years after her marriage in 1918. Since 1927 Mr. Hamilton has been a partner of the Buckeye Feed Co., Oxford. He also owns the Miami Milling Co. and Shinkle Coal Yards. 'Eunice has been btth a faithful homemaker and a great help to her :husband in his business. They have a daughter, Lelah Margaret. Leah Smelser CMrs. Glenn Hunsingerl, Oxford, O. After graduation entered teachers college, Mami U., but gave it up to become assistant dental nurse to Dr. John Moly- neaux for fdur years. Later re-entered Miami and finished her two-year' course in 1916. Taught second grade in Oxford Public school for three years and at Mt. Auburn schuol, Cincinnati one yeaz. Mr. Hunsinger returned from France at that time and they were married. They have two sons, Richard Glen, 13 yr., and Geor'ge Marvin, 12 yr., Worked afternoons at Oxford National Bank several years. Since 1927 has worked there full-time, She is sup't. of Oxford M. E. Chur'ch School. John Wright, Wfabash, Ind. Attended Muskingum College. Married Dorothy Ccfulter of Oxford. They have three children Elmer Maclode, Mary Katherine, and John Coulter. John is employed by the State Highway Department. -Mrs. Glenn Hunsinger CLASS OF 1910 The class graduated, wondering if their lives would be snuffed out before the exer- cises would be cfver. Haleyfs Comet was dashing across the sky and was supposed to collide with the earth in its journey. Each graduate was expected to write or deliver an essay. The class had a discussion as to the advisability of preparing the essays if the world was going to come to an end. But the superintendent ruled that the prepar- ation of essays go ahead as usual. Clara Bowman, now Mrs. L. M. Bagby, living at 2114 12th ave., Huntington, W. 'Va., was employed as a postoffice clerk for several years after' graduation. Soon after her marriage to Mr. Bagby they established a home in Huntington where he has an auto- mobile sales agency. They have one son and one daughter. Charles Buck after spending several years in Florida mcfved back to the old home place east of College Corner on R. R. 1. He married Miss Ina Ramsey of Cedarville, Ohio, and they have six children, three boys and three girls. The oldest son graduted in the class of 1935. -Etta Pinkerton rzzzz-.. -- e.n O, , - - ,- --- - - . fuasmfufniuiniwsalinlxizunswauu A - 1 ., is -T45 'ff' in fe g iuaiuginaimiwusllinlsul Nzhlillilll 1 ggi .. .. 'M J-"- ".e I f5'L':,5 - siexi-144.4-fefCQ3iif:i'fLQfZQI1iffE"Z7 ff? : - : ... - " " ' "1 - ,., , If-e,:1e:AH fzb 'MA A -Wim ulillillillikiiil 4 liliIE 1 ef'f"3 WWW ffffj' 'jj :'TT"' " :"' A ' Sllilllill.. - I llilililiili - -- ee -.1 ?N'Y?"'1 I"" 1' HfM 4 5 e. 5- 3 O. ,?W:1?""f'?""N'?"f'?TT't-'1"f'-""r-r 3---' ' "f illilli- ' I " igpgsyfp-1 iicii?-4v+Tf"i'z-1-O' 2 Milli!! 71 -W --2 T' 1 ' TA Y" " " ' . , I 5 A Q W .4 M -, N h I l -4 .,,r.,,..,,,1..,,,..,,r ..,, ,M H V , , :Enigm a I qw' +'3"+-wr 'ae-4-new A mfg: Milf Mil! 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She and Mr. Dubois have a very lovely daughter, who graduated from Dixon school, then attended Miami-Jacobs Business College and is now employed in Dayton. Vezna Freeman married a farmer and nuw lives with her husband Homer Plus- singer near Redsville, Ind. They have nine children. Gage Howe left College Corner soon after graduation, served in the war, and tra- veled in the west, finally meeting a girl in Omaha, Neb., whom he decided he wanted to marry. He obtained employment in a railroad office and is still with the same rail- road. He ttok univer'sity extention classes at night and has quite a number of college credits. Mark Jackson has been employed in Akron, Ohio for a number of years. He and Mrs. Jackson make their home at 1518 Copley Road, Akron, Ohio. They have cne child. Verna Kingery, naw Mrs. Watson Sizelove, lives in an enormous house on U. S. highway No. 27, between College Corner' and Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Sizelove.have one son, Donald, who graduated from old Union in 1933. Adress College Corner, Ohio., R. R. 1. Ina Smith married Mr. J. O. Hunt. After a lingering illness, she died at her home in Richmond, Ind. She left three children to mourn her loss. Lorena Rosebraugh married Mr. Warner Moor, barber. For a number of years they made their home in College Corner. Then they spent several Years in the Southwest. But are again in Ccllege Corner. They have 9, daughter who graduates with the class of 1936 and a son, sophomore in old Union. -Mrs. Warner Mloor CLASS OF 1911 This class was the last one to give their orations at crmmencement. After that, speakers were procured for those occasions. Mabel Ault is now the wife of the postmaster, Orea Brown, of College Corner, and has one son, Thcmas. Grace Gilmore married her classmate, William Earhart, and they live on a farm near Liberty. They have three children, Keith, Carmen, and Maxine. Address: Liberty, Indiana, R. R. 1. Floy Foreman is now Mrs. Raymond Bake and resides in Hamilton. The,y have three children. Address: 151 Progress Ave., Hamilton, Ohio. This class feels honor-ed in having produced a missionary, who helped to contribute to the work of Christian stewardship in an unenlightened country. Laura Wright spent several years of her life as a missionary in Egypt. She is now at home in Morning Skin, Ohio, with her mother, who has been in ill health far some time. Address: Morning Sun, Ohio. Bernice Smith is now Mrs. Allen Gaskin and has two girls. They live on a farm near Amelia, Ohio. Address: Amelia, Ohio, R. R. Ann McCreary married George 'Whitesell and they, with their children live in Ffaton. Address: Maple street, Eaton, Ohio. Last reports of Bruce Killough were, that he is still our class bachelor. Address: unknown. Pauline Worth McQuiston is now Mrs. Marion Jones and with her family lives at Eaton, Ohio. Address: Eaton, Ohio, R. R. 1. Mrs. Wm. Earlhart. CLASS OF 1912 The colors were crimson and gold. Motto, The past is but the prelude. Memories! Memories ! Days beyond recall ! But how easily those days can be lived again in mem- ory, when there is at hand an annual recording facts and incidents, otherwise forgotten. The Class of 1912 was the first in the history df Union School to publish suchi an annual, also the first to change from the old order of essays to a speaker. Robert Kelley of Earlham College delivered the address. There was an enrollment of twenty-five in the freshman year, with Professor Clarence Gillespie, D. A. Grove, and Miss Helen Porter as instructcrs. The following seventeeen members graduated with Professor D. A. Grove, Miss Edna Unzicker, and Miss Anna Freeman on the faculty. Han'y M. Barkley, died Nov. 19, 1930. He married Betty Hutchins of Portsmouth, Ohio. They had one son, Harry Mellekin Jr. Berbert M. Buck died in 1914. Maude Caldwell, now Mrs. James Little of Richmond, Ind., R. R. 4, box 344. 'I'hey have three children: Corinne, Meta Jane and Billy. Bessie E. DuBois is Mrs. Seville Felton of Camden, Ohio, R. R. 'Ilhey have four children: Dale, Paul, Sylvan, and Margaret Ann. Allen Gaskins is connected with the Kroger Grocery 8a Baking Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. He married Bernice Smith of College Corner, Ohio, and they are now living in Amelia, Ohio, R, R. They have two children, Virginia and Jean. Virgil Harrison follows the occupation of farming at College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. He married Helen VanDyke of Fairhaven, Ohio. They have one daughter, Mary Jo. Dwight Jones is an electrician in Middletown, Ohio. He married Marian Spivey of Hamilton, Ohio. They have three children: Marjory Ann, Byron, and Robert Lee. Their address is Dayton street, Hamilton, Ohio. Lora S. Kirkpatrick is now Mrs. Chelsea Shultz of College Corner, Ohio, R. R. No. 1. John S. Latta is a professor in the Nebraska State Medical College, Omaha, Neb. address is 2050 N. 54th street. He is married and has two children, a boy and a gir. BARTEL, ROHE, AND ROSA CO. 921 Main Street I Oflice, School, and Janitor Supplies Richmond Indiana R. N. DAVIS Sr CO. Dealer In V Nj I COAL, FLOUR, AND FEED Wi W 3 x' . .' 15 HARRY PORTER DRY CLEANER v , . f QUALITY CLEANING GUARANTEED COLLEGE CORNER O LIBERTY IND Phone 182 Phone 205 Phone Rugs Carpets Lmoleum BETTER FURNITURE AT LESS Oxford Oh1o J, 'UH 9 vt! WJ WYE ,. I , . KVI I 'RM we 42 EIKENBERRY - MCFALL CO. Xlf ' r Rift! XFN . 1Class of 1912, contlnuedl Grace V. Munns died in the year 1925. She was married to Arthur King of Colum- bus, Ohio. They have one daughter, Grace Tavelyn. F. Estella McCray is living on Soutih 12th Street, Richmond, Indiana. Cecil C. Pults is living in Lake Wiorth, Florida. He married Hazel Miller of Lafay- ette, Ind. They have one son, Carl. Freda Smith is Mrs. Harry D. Ardery of Liberty, Ind., R. R. No. 2. They have two children, James D. and Betty. Bruce Stephens is connected with a nnance corporation in Anderson, Ind. He mar- ried Alice Humsher of Franklin, Ind. They have two children, Mary Alice and Lewis. Their address is 1712 Nickle Ave. Jesse L. Widau is timekeeper for the Frigidaire Corporation in Dayton, Ohio. He married Merlie Boring of Cottage Gruve, Ind. They are now living on Sagamon Road, R. R. 12, box 290, Dayton, Ohio. They have two daughters, Marjorie and Vera. Ruth L. Wilson is now M.'s. Robert Watkins of 943 McKebitt street, Santa Paula, California. She is teaching in a high school in Ventura, California. Vera K. Witter is Mrs. Wm. Llewellyn of Jellico, Tennessee. They have one son, Billy. -- By Freda Ardery. CLASS OF 1913 Our class president was Edith Armstr'ong. The title of the senior class play was "In Plum Valley." It was given in McCra,y's Hall. We graduated under Alonzo Groves: and we were the second class to graduate from Union high school that did not deliver their ozations. The Hon. James E. Watstn delivered the commencement address. Our class motto: Not failure, but low aim is crime. Our class colors: blue and gold. The following members graduated: Harry D. Ardery, Liberty, Ind., R. R. No. 2. He is engaged in farming, and he also takes a high interest in other activities. He is superintendent of the Methodist church school and is also president of the Union Community Association. He married Freda Smith and they have two children, James D. and Betty. Edith Armstrong, now Mrs. Homer Peters, resides at 119 N. Elm street, Oxford, Ohio. Her husband is a clothing merchant there. They have two children, Murray and Mary. Paul M. Jackson lives with his mother and brother Mark at Mogadore, Ohio. He works on the advertising staff of an Akron newspaper. W. Russell Miller married Edna Schoenberger. He works in the ofllgce of the Indiana Highway Department. They have one son Billy, and they live at 6048 College avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. Gertrude McCormick, now Mr's. Frank Williams, resides on a farm near College Coz-- ner. They have four children: Frank Jr., Donald, Martha and Keith. Earl Phenis lives on a farm near Camden, Ohio. He married Dorothea Young. They have six children. Jeanette Samuelson, now Mrs. Max Decker, lives at 3453 Elaine Place, Chicago, Ill. They have one daughter, Alice. Jeanette is secretary of the Temple Immanuel. Myron Smith married Mable Hetrick. They have two children, Dorotha Mae and Jean. Myron is taking up farming this year on the Grandfather Hetrick farm south of New Bath. Their address is Brookville. Ind., R. R. Martha S. Wright CMrs. John MoCrearyJ died Sept. lst, 1929. Her children are: Loren, Frances, Paul and Laura Jean. Eldwyn Wystng is a dentist. He married Kathryn Carr of Richmond. They have two children, Carolyn and Thomas. and their address is 326 South 16th street, Rich- mond, Ind. - By Mrs. Gertrude Williams. CLASS OF 1914 Spencer Brown is married and has bought a small farm west of College Corner. He has two childreng one daughter, Jean Caryl, a sophomore in high school, and a son, who hasn't started to school yet. Spencer drives the only Ohio school bus and also helps Mr. Riley Miller in his business. Glen Caldwell, 12238 Brentwood Heights, West Los Angeles, California, ls married and has two children: a boy, William Glen, age 11 years, and a girl, Jfulia Ann, age 2 years. He is a decorator in one of the large department stores in Los Angeles, the May's Brothers Stove. Mark Douglass is married and has one son, David. Mark is manager of an elevator in Gaston, Indiana. Vivian Douglass tMrs. Thomas Armstronga She is married to one of the home town boys, Thomas Armstrong. They have two children, Ann and Tom. Mr. Armstrong works for Parker 8: Co. in Dayton. Address: 1856 Kumler Ave., Dayton, Ohio. Pearl Fitsimmons. She and her sister run a small grocery store in Richmond. She still likes the life of a bachelor girl. Address: 1113 Hunt street, Richmond, Ind. Ralph Gilmore, 134 Sherman Ave., Hamilton, Ohio, married Nellie McDl11 of College Corner. They now live in Hamilton. They have two chlldreng 9, boy, Jay, 13 years of age, and a girl, Colleen, 11 years of age. Ralph has a wholesale produce business of his own in Hamilton. Cecil Harrison, deceased. Frances Helms, deceased. Eula Miller, now Mrs. Frank Hallam, Mill street, Fayetteville, N. Y. Her husband is a Chevrolet deaer in Fayetteville. She is district supervisor of the Rural Library Ex- tension work, which covers five counties. Glen Morton is married, but has no children. Works for Champion Coated Paper Co. in Hamilton, Ohio. Addr'ess: 761 Park Ave., Hamilton, Ohio. Blna McGary, after having worked in Hamilton for a while, decided to come back to the old home town. She is now working as stenographer for Parker 8: Co. in College Corner. Walter Richardson lives in Roseburg, Oregon. Written by Iris Moor. 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SNYDERQS Richmond li ART AND GIFT sHoP AND BUSIHCSS College Q P1-1o'ro srumo OXFORD RICHMOND, INDIANA Eqzlzasrzsfe :la-fr: .11 fwrr: ' CLASS OF 1915 Marguerite Ault fMrs. Clifford Millerl, College Corner, Ohio. She is the only mem- ber of this class still living in College Corner. Murray Earhart, 218 Jacaranda Pl., Fullerton, Calif. He has never married. He is operating a feed store. Rc ger Howe, deceased. He was employed in Indianapolis until the time of his ddath. Homer Irwin, 282 Wilson Ave., Elm Hurst, Ill. He is married and has a son .four years old. He is employed by the Automatic Electric Co. Lulu Malone, 2809 Pickle St., Indianapolis, Ind. She is a bookkeeper in the federal building. Leo Miller, 323 State street, Kendalville, Ind. He is married and has three children. He is employed by the Kraft Cheese Co. Nellie E. McDill KMrs. Ralph Gilmorel, 819 Franklin street, Hamilton, Ohio. She has two children. Clifford Pheanis, Versailles, Ohio, is a dentist. He is married and has three children. Gertrude E. Pults lMrs. Jacob Wallendorfl, 1111 Vineyard Square, Jefferson City, Mo. She has two children. Gladys Pults CMrs. G. Kemperb, deceased. She lived in Denver, Colorado, until the time of her death. Margaret Williams, College Corner, Ohio. She was a teacher, but is now residing with her parents on a farm north cf College Corner. - Mrs. Clifford Miller. CLASS OF 1916 The Class of 1916 had nine graduates on the platform the night of commencement. Two of the girls still feel that the life of a bachelor girl is the one for them. Thomas Azrnstrong, 356 Kumler Ave., Dayton, Ohio. He spent quite a bit of his spending money sending cablegrams to a certain College Corner girl who was teaching school in Honolulu. She decided to let him spend his money till she could make a visit to Australia, and then returned, to the United States to change her name from Vivian Douglass to Mrs. Thomas Armstrong. They have a girl and a boy. He is employed by J. E. Parker 85 Co. Martha Barrcn, Dayton, Ohio, R. R. 8. Makes her home with her parents. Em- ployed part time. Esther Chambezlain CMrs. Wilbur Belll, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. Traveled far after leaving old Union, but married a home boy and now lives on the Bell farm west of town. They have one son in Union high school and two daughters and a son at Bil- lingsville school. Elsie Chaney fMrs. Herman Markerl, 406 Pearl street, Richmond, Indiana. She is a contented housewife. Emmett Hussey, 1125 Marion street, Denver, Colorado. After serving in the World War, he decided to make his home in a western state. He is married. He is a con- tractor for cement Work of various kinds. Milton Irwin, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. l. A. B. Muskingum College '25. Married his college friend, Velva Harper of Chicago. They live on the Irwin farm. Roy Roehm, Bethel, Ohio. After Working for some time as a bank clerk, is now living on a farm. Married and has one son. Loren Samuelson, College Corner, Ohio. He is a successful wholesale and retail tobacco merchant. He married Flo:-ence Beckman of Saginaw, Mich. They have a son, Jack in the third grade, and a daughter, Janice. Norma Weibel is a registered nurse working out of the Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio. - Mrs. Wilbur Bell. CLASS OF 1917 The Class of '17 had eight girls and six boys and started out to take their places in the world. All are living except one, Homer Wright. The teaching profession claimed two from this class. Helen Wright attended Muskingum College, and taught at College Corner and Frenchburg, Ky. She is now Mrs. Robert Paxton of Morning Sun. Cora Howe attended Miami University and taught at West Chester. She is now Mrs. Ralph Stomps, the mother of two daughters. She lives at 16 Millville Ave., Hamilton, Ohio. Three of the girls were attracted to nursing. Hilda Ault received her training in one of the Cleveland hospitals. She is now Mrs. Vincent Dietrich, is mother bf one daughter and lives at 15117 Esther Ave., Lakewood, Ohio. Wilhelmina McDonough took her training at Good Samaritan hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is nofw married to John Fitsimmons, mother of one daughter. They are living at 1452 South Fort Thomas Ave., Fort Thomas, Ky. Mabel Earhart took her training at Battle Creek, Michigan. It was here that she met her husband, I-rusted Jones. She has two daughters and are still living at 11 Central street, Battle Creek, Michigan. William Kirkpatrick is still living on a farm east of College Comer. Wfhile in Florida this winter he gave up his life of "single blessedness." 'Three boys have remained single in this class. Francis Welsh is a farmer living on a farm west of College Corner. Ray- mond Butt tried farming fOr 2 While, then went to California for a few years. College Corner still seemed to be the brighest spot on the map, so he came back and is now engaged in farming near here. 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Gilbert Albert, Manager 'COLLEGE CORNER OHIO EMPLOYMENT CALLS INCREASE Calls for trained oiiice employees are coming to our Employment Department in the greatest number in iive years. Young men and young women who are interested in preparing for Secretarial, Accounting or Business Administration opportunities are invited to investigate the training we oier. A bulletin describing courses, and time required will be sent on request, With- out obligation. MIAMI-JACOBS COLLEGE DAYTON, OHIO Covers and Pages for This Phone 2 Year Book Were Purchased f BEST REGARDS TO THE ICT , Press C' R' MCNAIR Kansas City, Missouri Jerry Blucker, COLLEGE CORNER' O' State Representative Phone 330 UNION COUNTY SALES CO. LIBERTY INDIANA CHEVROLET PONTIAC New and Used Cars Garage Service 2R!'G'1'R1L.LF-7- JZ iClass of 1917, continuedl Dales Brown was our musician. She received her lirst piano instruction from Mr. Ward, later studied at Oxford College and then studied and taught at Miami Ulniverslty. However, she prefer:-ed being Mrs. Leonard Wair to a career, and now with her husband and a small daughter resides at 725 Millville Ave., Hamilton, Ohio. Frances Harrison took a business course at Miami-Jacobs Business Callege, Dayton, Ohio, accepted a secretarial position, but deserted it to become Mrs. Howard Pickerell of Wilmington, Ohio. Pearl Hetrick, Mrs. Everett Fudge, was a telephone operator in College Ccrner for six years. She has a son and a daughter. We know lfstle about Ralph Stout. He married our Latin teacher, Emma Wasser- man, and has six children. While only four from this class, namely Pearl, Maurice, William and Raymond, still r'eside in College Corner, the whole Class of 1917 of Unitn high say like Davy Crockett: " 'Tis a small spot, but there are those of us who love it." - Mrs. Pearl Fudge. CLASS OF 1918 Thirteen brave students entered old Union in 1914 without a trace of superstitious fear. Some dzopped out and others joined our ranks keeping the number ever thirteen. Thoughts of war were uppermost in everyone's mind at that time. We presented a senior play, "All on Account of Polly." We used the proceeds to buy books for our schcol library. On April 29, 1918. clad in caps and gowns, we marched very dignified to our commencement exercises, one month earlier than any other class in old Union's history. Eighteen years hence we find: Harold Bell, Cottage Grove, Ind. Served in U. S. army, '23-'24. Wyoming oil Iields, '23, In Alaskan mining camp, '25. Los Angeles, '29. Entered grain business, '30, Now partner in Bell Elevator Co. and resalesman for J. I. Case Cc. Is married and fhas one son, Jimmy. Lee Butt, Richmond, Ind., R. R. 4. For several years has been an accountant for Starr Piano Co., Richmond. He is married. Mary Bright 6Mrs. John Rinehartb. Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. Husband a farmer. They have a daughter, Shirleyg and son, Jimmy. Margaret Crecraft fMrs. J. K. Hensleyl, Apt. 2V, 7713 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, Ill. Attended Miami University. Her husband is office manager of Iroquois Publishing Co. Rev. Clarence Gilmer, Bunker Hill, Ind. A. B. Manchester Collegeg M. S. Indiana University. Taught school 13 years and served as pastor ten of those years in Bruce Lake Community Church. Gave up pubic school work last year and took pastorate of twc Brethren churches. Married. Has a daughter, Mary Elizabeth. Russel Gilmore, 6180 Primrose Avfe., Indianapolis, Ind. Has been with Ohio and Indiana Bell Telephone Co. for 15 years. At pr'esent is instructor in oflice work. Mar- ried. Has one son, Don. Mildred Hays fMrs. Cla1ence Guyl, 713 Millville Ave., Hamilton, Ohio. Teaches in the public school. Harry Hockersmith, Oxfurd, Ohio. Employed at Oxford postoflice past ten years. Married. Has one daughter, Bernice. Elizabeth Latta fMrs. Flank Ashleyl, 3654 Pahoe Ave., Honolulu, T. H. Husband is a naval airplane omcer. They have one child. Winifred Malone CMrs. John Gfeiser, Jr.l, Cleveland Ave., Hamilton, Ohio. Husband operates a retail store in Cincinnati. They have three children. Frances Shultz CM:s. Raymond Tolerl, 6163 Carrolton Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. Grad- uate cf Indiana University. Taught home economics at Union school. Husband is with General Electric Co., Indianapolis. They have a son, Roland. ' Helen Taylor CMrs. Grantl, 826 Hoover Ave., Hamilton, Ohio. Graduate nurse of Mercy Hospital, Hamilton. Took post-graduate wo:k in surgery in New York. Husband is chemical engineer for large canning factcfry in Chicago. Bessie White CMrs. Herbert Dareb, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 2. Lived near here except five years in Cailfornia. Husband is 3 farmer. They have two sons. Our motto, "Love, Labor, and Laugh." In concluding may we add: In all these 18 years, Old Union, our "Love" for you has never grown cold. We still "Labor" for what you stand for, and we "Laugh" .cause you'll never grow old. I hope you can look with pride on each of us as we can look on you, And say from the very depth of your heart, Class of '18 was sure true blue. CLASS OF 1919 It seems such a short time ago we were writing and reading cur class prophecy. Now we are to face the facts in our class history. Starting with James Armstrong, 610 W. Fairview Ave., Dayton, Ohio, who has spent most of his time since in Dayton, an employee of J. E. Parker 8z Co. He married Caryl Clark, also a member of the class of 1919. Caryl attended Miami-Jacobs Business Col- lfedin Dayton, has worked in several oilices in Dayton, but is now the mother of two c 1 en. Esther Gertrude Black, 12 N. W. 15th St., Richmond, Ind., entered Reid Memorial hospital at Richmond in the fall after graduating in May from Union high school. She married Earl Baldwin, a cabinet maker, in February, 1923. They have three children, Alice, Lowell, and Rozen. Next let us think of Marion Bourne, Stevens Point, Wis., who graduated from Miami University in 1923. She taught in hi-gh school in Butler ccfunty, also in Union high school. She is now the wife of Warren Jenkins, who is a teacher in high school at Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 'I'hey have one son, Risbard Bourne Jenkins. Helen C. Chamberlain, Brookville, Ind., R. R. 2, attended Miami and has taught at Billlngsville for the last live years. She married Elmo Beasley in 1928 and they are living at Bath, Indiana. -MIS. B8SS16 Dare. r V DESOTO PLYMOUTH Sales and Service G. W. SHULTZ MOTOR CO. PURoL GAS YALE TIRES TRY A BOTTLE OF MPOP KOLA" 12 Oz. of Pep "Biggest Thirst Value Under The Sun" THE HY-GRADE BOTTLING CO. if Hamilton, ohio Phone 3995 lf. .fo .5 ! ii' H Compliments of the zz' ' CARPENTER MoNUMENT Co. 1' 'Z ,Q Hamilton, Ohio f' I P' 5 i fi wi PATRONIZE oUR ADVERTISERS xg? fu iClass of 1919, continued? Now we go out to the state of Illinois to find our school-mate, Mary George at Freeburg, Ill. Mary attended Oxford College, also business college in Indianapolis. She is now the wife of George Dlgken, a bookkeeper in the mine at Freeburg, Ill. They have one daughter, Nancy. Over in Ohio at Middletown, R. R. 1, we find Raul Harvey, who is employed at the Island Box Factory. Paul has married Reba Stout, who also graduated from Union high school, but with another class. They have a son, Gayle, who is four years old. Mabel Hetrick, Brookville, Ind., R. R. 2, married Myron Smith in 1922. She has lived in or near College Corner since graduation, but moved south of Bath on a farm this spring with her husband and two daughters, Dorthea Mae and Jean. Jessie Gertrude Jeffrey, Princeton, Ind., our class-mate that we know so little about since gzaduaticn is over. She is living with her husband's parents at Princeton, Ilnd., and has been in poor health for the last two years. Living near Eaton we find Mildred L. Johnston the wife of Lester Gephart. They have three daughters, Phyllis, Betty and Patricia. Address, Eaton, Ohio, R. R. Harry B. Miller, 3145 N. Illinois street, Indianapolis, Ind., is the traveler of our class. Harry worked summer vacations during high school for the McQuary Norris Co. of St. Louis, and since he graduated has been sent by the company to Louisiana, Indian- apolis, Louisville, and April 1 of this year he was promoted to Los Angeles, California, where he and his wife expect to make their home. Arthfur C. Orr is one of the three boys who has stayed in College Corner. Arthur married Carrie Chassman and is farming his father's farm on the State Line. Address: College Corner, Ohio, R. R. Another boy who is still living in College Corner is Harley Pults. Harley graduated from Purdue University in 1923. He came back to College Ccrner and holds the position of assistant cashier at the Farmers State Bank. He is also selling insurance and land. He has two children: a girl, Patricia: and a boy, John. Mary H. Roehm, who had a nice romance during her high school days, married Harold Canter soon after commencement. They established their home in Cincinnati, in which city they are still living with their three children, two sons, Junior and Billy, and a daughter, Mary Jean. George Shultz is the third boy of our class who is living in College Corner. George attended Purdue University for one year, then went to Michigan Engineering School at Detroit. George is no-w an auto dealer. Thomas E. Tayltr, deceased. Our souls can cling to remembered words, for memory will not dieg , But tho we remember, our hearts shofuld sing, or, at least, our hearts should try. CLASS OF 1920 When the Class of 1920 left old Union high school on May 27th if that year there were eighteen members, nine from Ohio and nine from Indiana. In the years that have passed, they have been scattered from the north to the south, and from the east to the west. At the present time there are representatives of this class in seven states. Helen Armstrong went to California soon after graduation and taught school there for several years. She then came back and taught in Hamilton, Ohio. Soon afterward she returned to California and was married to S. Loren Bailey, a druggist. They are now living in Quincy, California and have two children, Virginia, 55 and Bailey, 2. Gladys E. Earhart, now Mrs. Wm. Schozse of 2521M West 42nd street, Lcs Angeles, California, is corresponding secretary for Oxford College Alumni Association of South- ern California. Her husband is a salesman for Chas. R. McCormick Lumber Co. of that city. Mary Drisccl, now Mrs. C. H. Hunt of New Orleans, La., has spent much of her time in the south and south-west. Her husband is assistant manager of the New Orleans branch of the General Motors Acceptance Corporation. They have two children, Stephen 8, and Natalie 7. Sarah Bourne, after graduating from Teachers' College at Miami, spent several years teaching in Butler county, Ohio. She then returned to Miami for her B. S. degree and afterward taught Home Economics in the high school at Fostoria, Ohio. Now she is married to Clarence E. Napper, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, and they are living at 1615 Adams street, Madison, Wisconsin, where he is engaged in the grocery business with his father. They have one son, John Lyman. William fBillyi Latta is pastor of the United Presbyterian Church in Oil City, Pa. He is married and has two sons. Address, 16 Herriot street, Oil City, Penna. Mildzed Miller is an army matron, the wife of H. W. Anderson, an air corps officer of the U. S. army staticned at Chanute Field, Rantoul, Illinois. Mary Homan Jeffrey and Newman Jeffrey have been located at Martinsville, Ind. for the past six years. Newman is pastor of the First Methodist Church there. They have two children, Mary Jane 7, and Larry Joe 17 months. Gladys Skinner Harrison and William fSkeeterJ Harrison have the distinction of having started to school together, graduated together, and have not missed an alumni meeting since that time. Skeet is a contractor and carpenter in the old home town, and he had a part in the construction of the new Union school building. Gladys is a music teacher, giving lessons in private homes. Kesley Black went to Richmond soon after graduation and since that time has been employed at the Atlas Underwear Co. He is married and they have four children: Patricia 11, Natalie 10, Billy Edward 6, and Constance 5. 406 Pearl St., Richmond, Ind. Mary Louise Black went to Maryville College and graduated. 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Since she has been married they have lived on a farm, at the present, near Brookville, Ind. Helen Paxton Loudon's husband is a statistician with the United States Department of Labor in Columbus, Ohlc. They have two daughters, Dorothy Ann 7, and Eleanlor Ruth 3. Address, 1381 Glenn Ave., Columbus, Ohio. Winnie iMac! McDonough is looking after the interests of the farm out on the Tallewanda road, where he and his sister have been for sever'al years. Address, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. . Claude Craft has been on the farm since graduation, and at present he and his wife reside on a farm adjoining that of his father. Address, Liberty, Ind., R. R. Ina Butt, after moving to Richmond, Ind., was employed there, and more recently has been in Dayton, Ohio. Mildred Weaver, now Mis. Kenneth Blake, attended' Miami University, and afterward lived in Muncie, and Gaston, then in Alexandria, Ind. Looking back over the prophecies made in 1920, some have been fulnlled to a cer- tain extent, but in most cases things have worked out differently. There are two min-: isters, one minister's wife, one carpenter, one music teacher, two farmer's, several have taught school, and others have been in oniice work and varicus other kinds. The total CLASS OF 1921 Ethel A-brahams fMrs. Paul VanNessl, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. One sen, Paul Dean, five years old. Mr. VanNess is a farmer. Glenn Brown, 1146 E. Croswell street, Kankakee, Ill. He married Martha Burkett of Kankakee. They have three children: Norma 1l,Leland 9, and Ruth 7. He is a car- penter for the Burkett and Brown Co. Harold Buck, College Corner, Ohio, at home. He was the iirst graduate of Union school whose parents were both former alumni. His mother was Mabel McDill '01, and his father was Arthur Buck '98, Virgil Davis, A. B. Miami U. 1925. For several years taught history in Brocfkville high school. Was elected this fall as Court Recorder of Franklin Co., Brookville, Ind. Doza DuBois QMTS. Wilbur Imholfl. Last known address was Oxford, Ohio. Ralph Lynch, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. A. B. Indiana U. 1925. He married Portia Lafuze of Liberty. They have two children: John Richard, 19 months, and Don Douglass 2 months. Ralph is a farmer. Elsie Helms fMrs. Charles Maddockl, College Corner, Ohio. Has four children: Maxine, Marian, Billie and Keith. Mr. Maddock is a carpenter. Florence Miller, College Corner, Ohio. She is a telephone operator at the local exchange. William Hazold Miller, 6640 Odell Ave., Edison Park, Chicago, Ill. A. B. Miami U. '25. He married Dorothy MacTammeny of Columbus, Ohio, and has one son, William Thomas, five years old. He is a salesman in the wholesale market division for Pure Oil Co., Chicago. Lucille Moreland fMrs. H. W. Newton.J One son, Louis. Last known address was Chicago, Illinois. Maude Paxton, College Corner, O., R. R. 1. B. S. Muskingum College 1925. Teach- ing Home Economics in College Corner Union School. Samuel Paxton, College Corner, O., R. R. 1. Farming. Mildred Penteccst fMrs. Russell Stubbsl, Hagerstown, Ind. Has one son, Richard Eugene, 6. Mr. Stubbs works in the finishing department of Perfect Circle. Edna Roll, Fort Hamilton hospital, Hamilton, Ohio. Is a graduate nurse of Christ hospital, Cincinnati, O. Edna is a nurse at Fort Hamilton hospital now. Clarabelle Shepherd CMrs. Robert Straszheiml, West Lafayette, Ind. Has two child- ren, Joan and Bobby. Mr. Straszheim is a teacher in the Agriculture Department at Purdue University. Evelyn Wilkerson, Lebanon, Ohio. Studied at Oxford College, '21-'23, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, '26-'30. Supervisor of Music in Warr'en Co. schools for ten years. Teaches piano privately and directs the young folks vested choirs of the Presbyterian churches at Mason, Ohio, and Lebanon, Ohio. - Maude Paxton. CLASS OF 1922 There were sixteen members in the Class of 1922, seven girls and nine boys. This group has not scattered so much in the past fourteen years, and are all living except Mildred Hussey, who died in August, 1931. Q First comes our president, Cecil Bake, whose occupaticn is farming in the vicinity of Liberty, Ind. Cecil graduated from Purdue University, and then married Rowena La- og,Lgierty, and they have two children, a boy and a girl. Address, College Corner, io, . . . Venna Baker is now Mrs. Carl Creek and lives on a fagn near Liberty, Ind. She has two children, a boy and a girl. Address, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 2. Harry Bell lives in College Cerner. He has an interest in the Bell Elevator Company at.Cottage Grove. Harry married Maxine Gillespie of College Corner. They have two Chlldlen, a boy and a girl. Address, College Corner, Ohio. Early Florea married a Hamilton girl and lives on Hooven Ave., Lindenwald, Ham- ilton, Ohic-. Early drives 9, milk truck for French Bauer. Harry Hetrick graduated from Purdue University, after which he married Cecil Whitton of Raleigh, Ind. They have two little girls. He is now farming the home place Just west of College Corner. Gertrude Johnston is now Mrs. Claude McQuston and lives in College C0rner.' 'Ilhey have two children, a boy and a girl. enrollment is now forty-four. DEM AN D IVIOQE TI-IAN PRICE VROIVI YOUR CIXD AND GOWN X ffl jf I1 II gi lf III' 'u.5s V I I I X V I RENTAL COM DANV ix N ATIONAL Guam of ACADEMIC CQSTUMERS CAn organization for the promotion of 4 improved Cap and Gown Rental Servicesl tClass of 1922, continued? Lucille Kauffman is ma:ried to Mr. Clark Booher. She ls employed at the Rike- Kumler department store in Dayton. Her address is 114 W. Norman Ave., Dayton, Ohio. Oscar Merle Stout attended Miami University and is now connected with the Pure Oil Co. at Toledo, Ohio. Oscar married a girl from. Oklahoma. Rebekah Stout, better known as Reba, is now Mrs. Paul Harvey and she lives at Buena street, Middletown, Ohio She has two sons Irene Widau, now Mrs. Raymond Updike, lives on a farm in the vicinity of Oxford, Ohio. She has three children, two girls and a boy. Cecil Woodruff of 2473 Third street, Cuyahoga Falls,-Ohio, is a graduate of Mus- kingum College. He is employed by the Goodyear Co. at Akron, Ohio. Cecil is married and has two children, a boy and a girl. Arthur Bell is bookkeeper in a freight office in Chicago. He married Miss Mildred Daughtery of Richmond, Ind. He lives at 5322 A Harper Ave., Chicago, Ill. Rapheal McDonough, the only bachelor of the class, is teaching in the grade school at St. Henry, Ohio. Riley Caldwell, College Corner, Ohio, has been employed for several years driving trucks for C. R. McNair. He married Frances Harvey of College Corner and they have four children, three girls and a boy. - Riley Caldwell. CLASS OF 1923 The Class of 1923 graduated 13 years ago and today there are 13 of us! We at- tended school in the old building, played -basketball outdocrs and in rooms next to gibeery stores downtown and held our commencement exercises in the United Presby- terian church, probably the only class to have that distinction. Cecil Ardery lives at Liberty, Ind., and is married to Clementine Snyder. Francis Buckley is 3, tiller cf the s0il south of College Corner, near Contrearas. Mrs. Buckley before her marriage was Beulah Conner, a nur'se. Paul Driscol, a graduate of DePauw University, is manager of the Conn Music Store located in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Paul is married to Betty Engle of Indianapolis, and they have five childr'en, Nancy Lou 6, Tommy 5, Carol Jeanne 3, Paul Jr. 2, and Teddy 4 months old. Robert Gillespie, a loyal and jovial member of our class, lived only two years after his graduation. Regina Helms, now Mrs. Donald G. Falk, has been quite active in the business world having graduated from Miami-Jacobs Business College in 1924. She is a member of several social and literary crganizations: Phi Beta Psi, Delphian Society, and Women's Advertising Club. Address: 29 S. Spring Grove Ave., Nertly, New Jersey. Abel James lives in College Corner and is interested in the antique business, buying, selling. and refinishing. Cloyde Lackey is connected with the Frigidaire Corporation at Dayton. He married Mary Pullen of Liberty, Ind., and their three year old son is Robert Nelson. Cloyde states: "My wife is a gcod cook and there is nothing I would rather do than to place my feet under a big table full of good things to eat." Address: 36 McPhearson street, Dayton, Ohio. Irene Leab, Mrs. E. H. Placke. Her husband is 9, mortician. She graduated from Richmond Business College. The Placke's three daughters are Annette 4, Imogene 2, and Patty Lou 1. Mary Katherine Lynch received her A. B. degree from Indiana University in 1927, taught at Union high schocl for ive years: and in June, 1933 received an M. R. S. degree - Mrs. Philip Qacques. Address, 15 Aberdeen Ave., Middletown, Ohio. Martha Lou Moor attended Purdue University and Whittenburg College, taught in the Dayton school several years, was married to Leo Flotron in 1925. They have one daughter, Sue, two years cld. Address, 1332 W. Fairview Ave., Dayton, Ohio. Gordon Paxton is a farmer and proud of it. He married Elizabeth Kirkpatrick of Oxford and they have two "little farmers," Robert Lincoln 5, and John Kirk, two months old. Address, College Corner, Ohic, R. R. 1. Alton Porter lives in College Corner. He states frankly: "I am 31 years old, weigh 173 pounds, and hasn't yet been fooled by the fair sex." He hopes to be Iperrnanently located in Middletown. Brownie Slagle is employed by the Unicn County Highway Department as a me- chanic. Nannie Mozgan became his wife in 1924. They live in College Corner. Athelene Witter, Mrs. Louis S. Whipple, lives on a farm north of College Corner. Their son, John Witter Whipple, is five years old. Address, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. Classmates, this history doesn't read as the class prophecy cf 1923 predicted, but this is fact and the prophecy was imagination. - Mrs. Philip' Jacques. CLASS OF 1924 We have always boasted of the record that our class had the most members. Fine, to be sure, but paradoxically speaking in high school days this very feature proved to be quite a handicap. For example, when a party was given, lo and behold there were sometimes girls left in the shuffle without partners, as there were nine boys and nine- teen girls. History repeats itself, so 'tis said, so of our twenty children, three made their debut this school year in the alma mater of mother and father. There are also others of the children in various other schools. From, all reports the three first graders in Union schcol, Bobby Bake, Jean Caldwell, and Edra McQulston, are acquitting themselves very nobly. , Nathan Armstrong lives in College Corner and is employed by the Standard Oil Co. at Oxford, Ohio. Virginia Armstrong attended Business College, did office work, and is now Mrs. Charles Plalen. Richard Armstrong Phalen passed his second birthday, April 1936. I ku tu E aI' 's 'Q '- n 'wi f'e41'fafl we 11" III!!! I 'Iffv HI li' OU I2 COIVI DLI IVI ENTS To. 'Il-IE GRADUATES -- I To THE UNDER GRADUATES -- To .TI-IE SUPERINTENDENT -- To THE PR1Nc1PA.L and TEACHERS We hope that our cooperation has enabled you to enjoy a better Year Book than would otherwise have been possible. I-IOOVEI2 BIROI II EDS I NC I KANSAS CITY IVIO. I DISTRIBUTORS FOR I IVIILTON BRADLEY corfawxwv SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 4- ,- - -- ..-..?A ,T-.. KClass of 1924, continuedl Gertrude Bake was employed in the College Corner postomce for several years. She is now Mrs. Harry Sheaxd and resides at 309 N. F. St., Hamilton, Ohio. Stanley Bake and Esther Hockersmlth, present the only class marriage. Their son Bobby is a first grade pupil this year. Stanley is employed by College Corner Lumber company. Douglass Baker is employed in Dayton, Ohio. Isabel Beard is married to Charles Benson of Camden, Ohio. They have two daugh- ters. The oldest Marilyn is a second grade pupil this year. Gladys Balser is Mrs. Dale Miller and lives near Relly, Ohio. Her sons Neal and Ellis are in second and third grades. Ross Boyd was graduated from Miami university in 1928. Since that time he has attended Ohio State and Cincinnati universities. Ross' is now doing research work in Biology and is part time instructor at the University of Cincinnati. Florence Black was graduated from Maryville college, Tennessee in 1928. She taught Junior High Schc ol at Covington, Ky. We regret her passing which occured March 1932. Walter Brown is married and lives at 523 Maple Ave., Hamilton, Ohio. He assists in making those vehicles which get you there and get youihome. You guessed it-Ford. Maebelle Douglass was graduated from Miami university in 1928 with A. B. degree and now lives in Dayton. She is connected with the Merchants Credit Biueau in the Miami Jacobs building. She spent several weeks this winterin Florida. Mary Gray as Mrs. Dcnald Marshall lives in College Corner and has a tiny daughter, named Donna Jane. Frances Harvey Caldwell lives in College Corner and has a, daughter Jean in the fgrsthgrade. The two younger daughters Jane and Betty and Robert Harvey is the baby rot er. Herbert Hill farms northeast of College Corner, is married and yes-there is a little Hill - but old enough to enter school next fall. His name is Gilbert Lee. Martha Leab is one cf the thirteen home makers of our class and lives at 106W S. 14th street, Richmond, Ind., as Mrs. Harold Showalter. Helen Lynch was graduated from Indiana University in 1928 with A. B. degree in Romance Language. After teaching in Hamilton county, Ohio, she ccmpleted a teachers course at Miami University in 1934. She is now teaching at Union school. Mary Morris resides cn a farm northeast of College Corner and recently became Mrs. Wm. Kirkpatrick. Fzances McMahan is Mrs. Paul Hughes. She attended Indiana, University. Has one son. Claude McQuiston is married and lives in College Corner. He is associated in busi- ness with his father. He has two children, Edra, in first grade, Dean, her younger brother. Ruth Paxton was graduated from Muskingum college in' 1928. Later she completed a business course at Miami. She was employed in Frigidaire omces in Dayton for sev- eral years. 'Ilhis year taught Business Courses in' High School at Orville, Ohio. Clara Pentecost as Mrs. Carl McCreary formerly lived in Pittsburg, Pa. The Mcq Creary's are now residing in Elmira, New York where Mr. McCreary is associated with a book concern. Mary Lee is the daughters name, and Jimmy is her brother. Thelma Shafer has been a dentist's assistant in Richmond, Indiana, for about ten years. Gladys Summer attended business college at Dayton and employed at an insurance ofllce. Viola Widau lives on a farm near Bath. CLASS OF 1925 Helen BakeCMrs. Charles Messe:smith,J Lafayette, Ind. Worked as attendent in dentist office several years before her marriage. Husband is school teacher. Loren Ballinger, 1209 S. 8th St., Richmond, Ind. Employed in Richmond. Edna Clark4M:'s. Arthur Surin,J 270 Brcnxville Road, Bronxville, N. Y. Employed as secretary and typist in an office at Dayton, O., several .years before her marlriage. Husband is a commercial artist. it Ruth DeGrief lMrs. Herbert Hill,l College Corner, O. Employed at College Corner Lumber Co. as bookkeeper and typist several years before her marriage. Husband is a farmer. They have one child, a bcy. Malcolm Doty, 210 W. Stadium St., West Lafayette, Ind.. , Employed by Purdue Uni- versity at Experiment Station. He tests feed under thefdirection of the State chemist. Mazried and has one child, a girl. Maxine GillespiefMrs. Harry Be1l,J College Corner, O. Husband operates a coal and feed elevator. They have two children, a girl and a boy. ' Florence Goble, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. At home. Hazel Grimme CMrs. Albert Schantzl, Shandon, Ohio, R. R. 2. Husband is a farmer. Irene McAdams tMr's. Shirley Wolfe, deceased. Had one child, a boy. Winnie Pinkerton, deceased. Harry Porter, College Corner, Ohio. Bookkeeper at the College Corner Implement Co. and agent for an Oxford laundry and dry cleaning flrm. Wilmer Rinehart, 620 N. Walnut street, Bloomington, Ind. Instructor at Indiana Univezsity. Married. Maxine Seal, formerly Mrs. Donald Thorpe, Muncie, Ind. Employed in ofllce work. Lucille Shultz, Celina, Ohio. Teacher in the grade school. Ira Stout, 405 S. 8th street, Richmond, Ind. Employed in Richmond. Married. Virginia Stout fMrs. Garrett Reynoldsl, College Corner, Ohio. Teacher in a grade school at Oxford. Husband is manager of the College Corner Lumber Co. .diLifh l,f',lIl,iI ff' pf" ,nf Ziff ff Al 1 Af BEST WIS!-IES TO TI-IE. GRADUATES our x36 AMCOLU NS MANUFACTURING Co. PHILADELDHAL PENN. MAKERS OF AMERlcA'S FINEST BOOK COVER PAPERS The Cover of Your Year Book is - Co11in's Book-Craft. fClass of 1925, continued? Edna Weidenbach fMrs. Earl McClearyJ, Indian Reservation, Kyle, S. D. Husband is a teacher in the Indian school. She is hired as cook to prepare het lunches for the pupils at noon. Both are employed by the government. She and one helper do all the baking including bread, pies, and cakes, for there are no bakeries. The government ships all the materials in large amounts to them. There are about 150 Indian children in school. They are very eager to learn. They are brought to school by bus. The Indian bus drivers stay at school all day and take the children home in the afternoon. They help in the kitchen peeling potatoes and at other work. Very few white people are there. Besides the school building there is a general store, Catholic church, and a doctor's omce. - Mrs. Herbert Hill. CLASS OF 1926 Our class holds a place of distinction among the classes of Old Union. Weigriad- uated just a decade ago, and weze the last class to graduate from the old building. In 1926 it seemed a great injustice to us to have to graduate from the old .building when we had been promised the new one. We also revived two old customs which had fallen by the wayside - one of which might have been better buried than revived. We had a nag rush and we renewed the .custom of junitr and senior plays. Fo: some, thirteen seems unlucky, but for us it must be luckfy for there are now thirteen in the second generation. Albert Brown, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. Married Elizabeth Brower. Farming. Marcella Buckley, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 2. Attendant in Dr. R. S. Barkley's dental oilice, Oxford, Ohio. Aileen Cc ok CMrs. Wilbur Westl, 512 S. 7th street, Richmond, Ind. Has a son. Homer Huntington, Oxford, Ohio, R. R. 4. Married Ethel Reiboldt. Has two daugh- ters. Engaged in farming. Marjorie Huber fMrs. Raymond Apsleyi, Brookville Ind., R. R. 2. Has four girls and a boy. Husband is a farmer. Lloyd Kingery, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. Married Ruth Mote. Has a girl and a be y. Engaged in farming. Dorothy Mills, 18 N. 9th street, Richmond, Ind. Merton Miller, 2607 Broadway street, Evanston, Ill. Electrical engineering graduate of University of Cincinnati. Member of research department of Automatic Electric Co., Chicago. Senior at Northwestern, attending night school. Catherine Neary CMrs. Car'l Ftntaine,l N. 31d St., Hamilton, Ohio. Rluth Sheets tMrs. Malcolm Dotyb 210 W. Stadium St., Wlest Lafayette, Ind. Has a daug ter. Elizabeth Statzer iMrs. Haskell Weaver,J 111 Moore St., Bristol Va. Taught school several years before her marriage. Thelma Stout iMrs. Henry U. Johnson, Jr.,l 405 S. 8th St., Richmond, Ind. Dorothy Wood CMrs. Robert Beesley,J Camden, O. Has two children. CLASS OF 1927 Our class was the first to graduate from the new building. Our class play, "All On Account of Polly" was the first play presented on its fine large stage. Fo: our Junior play we had built a stage along the east side of the cld assembly hall so the new stage seemed like paradise to us. Helen Black CMrs. Howard Rowe,J 2168 Mars Ave., Lakewood, Ohio. She is a grad- uate nurse of Cleveland City Hospital. Now that she has a little girl she has quit nurs- ing as a profession. William Black, College Corner, R. R. 1. He married Frances Allen of Warsaw, Ky., and has one chid, a boy. He is farming over by Morning Sun. Geztrude Gilmore fMrs. William Murray,J deceased. B. S. in education, Cedarville Normal. She taught one year in the third grade of Union school. She left a small son, now live years old. Genevieve Hammitt fMrs. Maurice Huntington,l Wcodsboro, Texas, leads a life of leisure. Much time is spent in motoring and playing outdoor games. Margaret Hays fMrs. Davis Brier,J College Corner, O., R. R. 1. Was a bock keeper at Farrner's State Bank until her marriage. Husband is a farmer. They have a son. Lauretta Huber 4Mrs. Donald Davis,D Brookville, Ind., R. R. 2. Husband is a far- mer. They have a daughter. Ellis Jackson, College Corner, O., R. R. 1. He married Lucille Ross. Ellis is a painter and interior decozatar. He is president of alumni fthis year and will be looking for all of you at alumni. Donald Miller, U. S. S. Idaho, San Pedro, California. He married Louise Gentile of Seattle, Washington. He has studied aviation and naval coiuses in San Diego, California., Hampton, Va. and New York. He is first class fire-controlman on the battleship U. S. S. Idaho. It's his job to keep a record of the accuracy of the shots. Genevieve Pinkerton CMr's. Faye Gilmoreg Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. A. B. Muskingum College '3l., cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa '30, Husband is a farmer. They have one child, a boy. Ethel Reiboldt CMrs. Homer Huntington,l Oxford, O., R. R. 3. Husband is a farmer. They have two daughters. Ernest Summers, Arlington, O. He married Mildred Shockey of Oxford. He is head lineman over four telephone lines around Arlington. . Bertha Robb. tMrs. Roy Hensley,J College Corner, Ohio. She has two children, a girl and a boy. At present she is staying with her mother. Nannie Webber fMrs. Philip Mon'ical,J Oxford, O. She is the eilicient book keeper at the Miami Valley Lumber Co., Oxford. Formerly held the same position at Baer's White Cross Dairy. - Albert Brown. I 4 1 4 1 4. FOV? 76 YEARS SCHOOL SUPPLIES X 'Nf xv M I LTON BRADLEY Co 2 sDRaNc3FuELD, MASS. X if N X X X: DISTRIBUTORS -- V 2:z:3g0'.N::5:3:1Phia Q, Atlanta - San Francisco X H tr! O O 3 'i W '1 0 IA E E W Ili O Po d' '-4 S SS iClass of 1927, continued! Hughes Williamson, Central Y. M. C. A., Cincinnati, O. Is a confirmed bachelor, the only unmarried member of the class. Attalned many honors at Miami University. in- cluding Phi Beta Kappa. He is secretary to the manager of the Netherland Plazal hotel, Cincinnati. Robert Wright, Howards Ap't. Richmond, Ind. He married Rilda Gant of Brook- ville. They have a daughter. He runs a crane at a gravel pit near Centerville, Ind. The class of 1927 congratulates the class of 1936 for their efforts in publishing gan Ohianian this spring. - Mrs. Fay Gilmore. CLASS OF 1928 Paul Abrahams, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. Attended Purdue University. Married Gleda Eikenberry of Boston. They have a son. Engaged in farming Cliifozd Barger, Fort Knox, Ky. Corporal in the U. S. army. Mary K. Bell, College Corner, O. Attended Miami-Jacobs Business College. Spends winters in Bradentown, Florida. Leslie Brady, Oxford, Ohio. A. B., M. A. Miami U. Taught English at L'Ecole Norw male d'Tnstituteurs at Lyons, France and studied at the University of Lyons. Is pro- fessor of French and Spanish at Miami U. Married Mary Agnes Beard of Liberty. Anna Marie Buckley, Mercy Hospital, Hamilton, Ohio. Graduate nurse of Mercy Hospital. Pediatric schclarship to Cook Co. Hospital, Chicago. Is supervisor of pediatric and milk departments at Mercy Hospital. Charles Creighton, Middletown, Ohio. Employed by Alston Produce Co. Married Has two children. Wilbur Crist, Richmond, Ind., R. R. 1. Married Faye Hubbaard. They have two children, a girl and a boy. Engaged in farming. Arncld Doty, 5730 East Washington street, Indianapolis, Ind. B. S. Purdue U. Em- plcyed by P. R. Mallory's, Indianapolis. Married Dorothy Ryan of Indianapolis. They have a daughter. Donald Fuhrman, Big Piney, Wyoming. B. S. Miami U. Manager of a drug store. Married. Forrest Haverty, College Colner, Ohio, R. R. 1. Married Marjorie Damm of Ox- ford. They have a daughter. Engaged in farming. Frances Jackson, College Corner, Ohio. A. B. Western College. Teacher of English and St cial Science at Union high school. Marlin Leffler, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. B. S. Miami U., B. S., Ph. D., U. of Illi- nois. Research laboratory of Abbot's in Chicago. Invented a local anaesthetic. Married Martha Driscol. Thomas Miller, College Corner, Ohio. Attended Indiana U. Engaged in undertak- ing business with his father. Married Clara Beth Royce of Middletown. John Petro, Liberty, Ind. Married Mary Elizabeth Creek. They have two sons. He works on Union county highways. Thelma Stover, Washingt-on, D. C. Attended Miami-Jacobs Business College. Junior stenogiapher in the Soil Ccnservation Bureau of the Department of Agriculture. Everett Thacker, Middletown, Ohio. Engaged in business there. Married. Eunice Whipple, Hamilton, Ohio. Attended Hamilton Business College. Employed as stenographer by the Butler County Lumber Co. Helen Woodruff, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. B. S. Kent State College. Taught in Frenchburg Mission School, Ky. At home now. - Frances Jackson. CLASS OF 1929 Our motto: "We have crossed the bay: the ocean lies before us." Seven years have passed since that memorable class night of '29 when ten girls, in gay checked ginghams of pink and blue, and seven overalled boys trouped onto the stage to bid farewell to old Union. "First" things for which we are remembered are: costumes for Class Night: "Second," the leaving of our banner, all in one pie.ce, for display on class "Flag Day." Many changes have taken places in ages, locations, business and families. Phophecies concerning this class were varied and for the mot part were not quite true to history. Jean E. Armstrong, 136 W. Fairview Ave., Dayton, Ohio. Jean was graduated from Miami-Jacobs Business College. She is now doing secretarial Work in the omces of the Prudential Life Insurance Co. Macel R. Bake, now Mrs. Robert Zugg, 400 E. Siebenthaler Ave., Dayton, Ohio. Af- ter Macel finished her course at Miami-Jacobs, she was secretary for an interior decor- ator. Mr. Zugg is employed at the Dayton Camera Shop and they are the parents of a daughter, Judith Ann. Mary B. Brady, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. Mary attended Miami University for three yeazs. She is now employed part time at Max's Style Shop, Liberty, Ind. Anna M. Brown, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 2. Anna has been at home since grad- uation. She has been busily engaged in church and community activities. Lloyd Butt, Richmond, Ind., R. R. 4. Since graduation Lloyd has been connected with the Starr Piano Co. of Richmond, Ind. He lives with his parents near Richmond. Helen L. Daugherty, CMrs. Glenn Goble.J Helen attended Miami University, studying music. She resides on a farm near Cottage Grove, Ind. Maxine Daugherty, Cottage Grove, Ind. Maxine was graduated from Teachers' College, Miami University, and has been teaching in the primary grades of our school. At the same time she is continuing her music study at Miami. Helen Davis, tMrs. Harold Dearthl, Camden, Ohio. Helen and her husband are the operators of the Majestic Theatre in Camden. They have one daughter, Ruthann. Evelyn F. Dunn, fM:s. C. J. McManusJ, 338 Plaza Ave., Dayton, Ohlol Evelyn at- tended business college in Dayton and was employed as bookkeeper in a Dayton firm. She is married to Clifford McManus, a photoengraver, and they are the parents of a daughter, Cecelia Ann. --'l,.. ,: : : : : .: ' " : 2 ' - : : " "' "" "r"" " "' 'vt '1 " f"r-ff!" wr-'W'-iv? fi .g1-gaugingengagelgimagine:Q-2ugaugoginuiuusgeela:Wanganuinuiwsuiiimigiiimiiinjiiinianjf'.. -- news' - , "i""g""f""3Af!' V: : : MSW! '. . ' .. 1: : : , ' - - Y. ' ' . . ' f---is-v ' ' " '--it---'-L fi'f,'g'f'-'- ' iwigiufggu g P . ' 1. 4 J , , 'ing " T +ia.,4.i..g:1. vgivgsagiusagsnngnrswsus : ,.g,.,g.,e3,,f,,.g.reg,.i5,...i 3 . . ,' ., --Q fe- Jiiiiiilliz ' Ji I 1 f1..i.?.-Z,l 1- .gee ga.....e.r.,a-.-...se-ee.. ur .. . ' i ' -' T' "- " ' ausuinui 1 -.1 - : "ii xi QQ. fClass of 1929, continuedl -Qggiii -F . A231 Glenn B. Goble, Liberty, ind., R. R. 1. After graduation Glenn worked with ni at 4.7-jf atfher on a farm. Since his marriage in 1934 to Helen Daugherty he has been engag - . Q1.Qf.fT 'gl If . farming near Cottage Grove, Ind. A J--sf P: 1 ij Jack E. Gray, College Corner, Ohio. Since graduation Jack has worked with hi 1151 iz, 1 v ather in the poultry business. Now he and Ivan Black are the owners and operator tg... "'..fl. J. 3' f the Gray 85 Black Service Station in College Corner. 1 ,V ,QQ . 2 50105, - Charles Hammitt Jr., Woodsboro, Texas. Charles has been farming since gradua - e.-- an 'I ' ig igsfi on. Early this year he went to Texas and is now working in the oil flelds. P 'e" "- QS e f fl 5 Tflf Lewis Hayes, Camden, Ohio, R. R. 3. After graduation Lewis went to Big Piney 1 -- yoming, where he worked as a cowboy and as a soda jerker in a drug store. Now h - . Y , - 4 ,-we . Q- .. ' C45 EW: , 1 'f on the farm with his folks between College Corner and Camden. .--L WEWSEWE ' - ,T David R. McFarland, South College Ave., Oxford, Ohio. David worked for awhil EMS!! V s-1 2, l.w Q n Cincinnati. He has also worked with his cousin in the local Radio Shop, and is Q' are-. orking in the Niles Tool Works in Hamiltcn, Ohio. "z: V .An .N .: Y-u Y -g H f: 1-Q -1' All ' ' v Taft Miller, Honaker, Virginia. After graduation Taft worked for awhile in Cincin . 4 ' Mi if .3 fl ati. Later he went to Honaker, Va. He is at the present time working in Kentucky '.: 1" :'1':'Z.. 8 . .. .: .: E:"':-"L if Marguerite Moore, fMrs. Edwin Stewart,J 268 Plum street, Springfield, Ohio. Mar J 2 ' uerite worked in Dayton and Springfield after she completed her wcrk at Miami-Jacobs 'fir Ffa 1 , Stewart is employed in a bakery in Springfield. 'i "1 if if fi Agnes M. Porter, North College Ave., Oxford, Ohio. Agnes worked for a while .. .1 .. ., .1 .,,. ' -55 5.- 3.2 1...F 1.5 Lei E...i 3....i 5-4 .. - incinnati after graduation. Ni w she is a waitress at Folkers' in Oxford. ig" Inez Sheets, CMrs. Ray Lirning,J Liberty, Ind., R. R. 2. Inez was married soon afte 6'1- gs. he graduated. She is now the mother of three children, Joyce, Virgil, and Harold. c. iming family lives on a farm near Liberty. - - By Anna Brown and Maxine Daugherty. . CLASS OF 1930 How the years fly! On May 20. 1930, twenty-two noble seniors took their departur . rom Union High. On Saturday evening, May 24, we were welcomed into the Alumn 2- ssociation. At this time, Mr. Wm. McMahan, our superintendent, was made an hon :ary member of the alumni. I believe, as far as I can find out, our class is the onl lass that has a yearly reunion. On Friday before Labor Day we meet at a place as 1- igned by the president. The entire evening is spent talking about our high schoo 'Q'-1 especially the last year. We he-ar from classmates at our reunion that we woul ow little about and we pazt each year carrying fond rememberance with the expec .1 tion of seeing them next year. One member, Virgil A. Pinkerton, has parted our ranks forever and taken up hi ourney in the land beyond. i If you want flowers for any occasion call Irene Jackscn at Ke11er"s Flower Shop i . 0 ord, Ohio. .. Margaret Etter is attending University of Chicago and doing part time teaching. ? Robert Wilson hails us from Quency, California, as a time-keeper in forestry wor 0 GTB. , . A' If you are in Indianapolis and get hungry oall on Pearl Weaver at 2712 W. Wash ' gton street, and Pearl will sell you cakes, pies, rolls, and all good things to eat. -V A Tune in on Station WOWO, Fort Wayne, and hear Helen Crecraft sing with th . oung folks. She also does clerical work at the mission. If you want any beauty culture call cn Cecelia Raisch at 2046 N. Main street, Mt uburn, Cincinnati, Ohio. Helen Mattix, who was the cook of our class, has been employed at the Prebl ounty home at Eaton, Ohio. " Dorothy Fuhrman, fMrs. Edward Bisch,7 keeps house for her husband, who play n an orchestra in Dayton, Ohio. Dorothy has a son who will be helping his father som y, James Campbell found a wife, fRuth E. Summers? within our own class ranks. i nd Mrs. Campbell are prominent farmers in Preble county, Ohio. James and Riut ave two farmerettes and one farmer. Florence Buscher traveled to Cincinnati in quest of a husband, Henry E. Wells ' ey now live in Amelia, Ohio, and he is engaged in the roofing business in Cincinnati Maxine Maddock, fMrs. Nathan Miller,J gave up clerking in a store and moved e ' : farm near Reily, Ohio. ' Hubert Buckley, one of our classmates, is a very prcminent farmer of this part o l he coun . f t '7 N ...-.- . ,,.. ..,..... .,,- a-..... -A .. . --. .,. .,,,,, 1 --. V -...W ...,,,,...,,,.,. - .-,- . ... . .....e -...-- -A-.--J.:.eL....' ' ' -' - A-' -1 -Z., -1... -....,- " - A . A-..:. 7,m..,,,-..5,,,, ..,-T.,--J.:-4...d ew..--A: .L- ., ,,..r.., --sw ---Y..--........ ..... .:,, 4Class of 1930, continued? After attending Miami-Jacobs Business College, Fred Leonard, Jr., came home and now has a position as a bcokkeeper. Waldo Cleveland attended college at Lakeland, Florida. At present he has a posi- tion in Savannah, Georgia. Paul Geise has a wife and two children and is engaged in farming near Conners- ville, Indiana. Gustava Frazier likes to mix sodas, so she has been employed at Folker's Cafe in Oxford, for several years. ' Olive Abernathy attended Miami University and is now engaged in tthe book-bindf- ing business at Oxford, Ohio. Thelma Hollingsworth, iMrs. Clarence Paq'uet,l who lives in Cincinnati at 2933 Camary Ave., spends her time taking care of her son and husband. Oran Goble graduated fr'om Miami University and has a drafting position with a firm in Hamilton, .Ohio. Nannie Morgan gave up clerking in a grocery store to become Mrs. William B. Slagle. They now live in College Corner. - Mrs. Wm. B. Slagle. CLASS OF 1931 June Armstrong, postoftlce clerk. Address, College Corner, Ohio. Neva Bake. Two years at Miami University. Now visiting in California. Present address, College Corner, Ohio. Irene Barger Lewis. Working in sales department of J. C. Penney department store. Shortly after Irene's marriage to Robert Lewis, he met with a fatal accident. Address, Room 238, Plaza Hotel, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dorothy Beard, CMrs. Mark Montgomery.l She has one daughter, Arlene Sue. Ad- dress, Libezty, Ind., R. R. 1. Doris Brady, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. Norman J. Brattain, farming, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. Sarah Helen Davis, tMrs. Wilbert W1atte:'son.J Four children. Liberty, Ind., R. R. 4. Martha Allen Driscol, fMrs. Marlin T. Lefflerj Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. two years. Present address. 1102 W. California, Urbana, Ill. Thomas P. Dunn, married Eva Noel of Connersville, Ind., at at present time is liv- ing in that city. Dwight McFarland. Radio and electric shop, College Corner, Ohio. Martha Paxton received a B. S. degree at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1935. She received a two-year scholarship at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, where she is now located. Naomi Paxton, fMrs. Russel Petro.J Tw-o sons, Robert and Jimmy. Address, Col- lege Corner, Oahio. Lloyd H. Shera, employed at East Hamilton Foundry, Hamilton, Ohio. Married Christine Bolling at Hamilton. Address, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. Forest A. Slack, deputy sheriff, Liberty, Ind. John H. Smith, farming, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. - Written by June Armstrong. CLASS OF 1932 We pause in the humdrum of the busy day to retrace some of the steps taken since our days at Union High. How swiftly crowd the memories of those precious by-gone days. How far away it all seems: yet how near and dear to our hearts. Fondly, almost tenderly we think of those school days, those classmates with whom we associated and whom we loved. A smile of amusement and pleasure comes as we find ourselves making a personal interview of each of the members of the Class of '32, Pauline Black, whom we always thought rather timid, is the only one who has had the power to capture one of these rare specimens called a husband. She displayed that "come hither" look to such a great advantage that the rest of us were left in the back- ground, wondering just what technique to use on the opposite sex. Polly, Mrs. Franklin Paddock, was married in 1935, and is living on a farm near Hannafs Creek. Address, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 1. Robert fBobl Hughes, that good-natured chap, everybody's fr-lend, is almost a stranger, having been gone since the time we graduated. He deserted College Corner and tock up "trucking" at Troy, Ohio. Anna Regina Strothman entered nu1se's training at Mercy Hospital, Hamilton, Ohio, and finished successfully last fall. At present she is vacationing in Florida, and from all reports is having one grand and glorious' time. Cora Jezman worked in the Liberty postoflice last summer, and is now at her Bil- lingsville hcme. Address, Liberty, Ind., R. R. Earl Barger worked with Kroger's for several years, then he took up the poultry business with J. E. Parker 85 Co. He has now -been transferred to Hamilton to be, as he expresses it, a professional butter and egg man. 321 High street, Hamilton, Ohio. Grace Miller worked in Hills' Lunch for 9, while, but she is now at home on their newly purchased farm near Goodwin's Corner. Ray Pults, a junior at Miami University, is taking a course in business administra- tion and majoring in journalism. Address, College Corner, Ohio. Lillian and Louise Jones, still the same little Jonesy twins, are now living with their parents in College Corner. Lyle Paxton is at home on the farm near Morning Sun. ' Mary Belle Cooper has spent the greater part of her time since graduation working in Connersville. She is there now. Her home address is 610 Lee street, Connersville. :warns5ua-awtimenuzuusnlusulzuuslaue.-MM.-:ow New llrlwimtfllufwiwillilflliltlili s s 'U -- - E -fa 1 -ff ,- 'ff-:NES Ei 12' "',""- . jews 2newem.swsmsmsmswzuusuufsiusnuiuiseio-suoozfwsni'nusiaizi . -4 S ' 1 - . S-A f ls..- ,fffegswgwguusunanginaingimaginginioiageiwjstoyiujigeiljf-Enjimiofvimfmi - - l P . - , - --. ,,,w,j2H'J.z"i'f be 1 . ijf2""'i ,-1 ,ef"'fH:, gf, -L, :QxgsunivySufiuning5gsuaanggzmzogsngzwsnjswagamawgniw -' Es E1 ,3 L 1, - -gifl: -4"fffb"'- -. 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M -- j Miley Sheets and Donald Hammitt bots! seem to have definitely settled on farmm ju, , T ag,E,V,.g3:..,. 4,15 1iIjZlU5WillI2lQ- - 4 Q They are at hcme on farms near Billingsv e. . u Q., Q fy jjjjj1jQ'j,1jjjsj1jjjljj giguilfigfignigr 1: Caroline Slack has lived in the Liberty jail Cher father is Union county sherim fo ij' 1. 1 ,, , giggfgl lkilililfiigliiii 1 5. 32, veral years now, and is at the present time attending Miami University. :X L' 3-Efjjjji-Eggs-jljsi My Lois Black was in the Home Restaurant for awhile, and is at the present time i 5 , - N gyda. i'2."TE."4'.i."4'.?.'l.i."l'i': urnhvs dwg Store- - M' Black' 3 .. 2 : ':::eTs:nTu-:uns 2' 5 .'f'!g'E'?'!i'j'5i'5'!5! CLASS UF 1933 ,fs The Class of 1933 consisted of 23 members, 16 girls and '1 boys. Since. graduaue, s. EvgiI4i'us -'E -5 7 . Q' we have had two reunions, c-ne at the Oxford Manor, and the other at Beatrice Bourne sh-3 A jg. 3 ' f At the present time Harold Bake is engaged in farmng Heal' Bath, Ind- He IS 3 f' 'f f 5 is if,i!,iQfiL!iL': " - 3 Q active member of the Methodist church, having also played on the basketball team o 5 Q'SQ 'I 'f2' - 5 12224 that church- Q12 ' 1-1 1 Beatrice Bourne attended the University of. Wisconsin for one year, and for -I? M 41 I 5 , l V ,-1 1 L:-.ns - past two years has been a student at Miami University. .Ll 1, if E 2 ' - 5 .5 f f3 .53 QMQQ, Hilda Brower is at home, and judging from the way Hilda used to cook, we lmagm . f-.1 is -SVS she must be an expert by now. 51' - - j, ',,E.:.5-f.-rg-w-ares-Mia-Lv " " ..'- '. 'JJ-sivzv 4 . "1V:' H'-1 1 'V ."-. 'u""f"L'f"k:1"'f"'1'.: ,. ,. -'?"'..'i'E' ,, ' '-,'-f--v-14-Q-5--via-A17 - "...zx...:....1.ua..Ls..., 3.. . " .L t ,i. 3-E-345 'W at ., x . RQ! l I l 1 sid' '- vi' ' if . v l .,,1. '. -5, ,nl 4 s 0, VI 3219.5 ,WI Y. I My 1. Q 2 l i 1 iii!! fn .5 Wilma Blake is now married to Curtis Black, and they are the parents of a so Dwight Cleveland. They reside in College Corner. gi Malcolm Brady has left College Corner for Richmond, and he is now employed i an 1. G. A. store there. Lcla Campbell followed her desire to become a business woman and attended Miami. Jacobs Business College. At the present time she is working in a restaurant in Dayto Lindol Cann is living on a farm south of College Corner. We suppose Lindol going to be a bachelor, as we hear that he and his sweetheart of student days are n friendly terms any more. Beatrice Davis has g:-aduated from Hamilton Business College and found a positio L' soon after in a law omce. '3 Ruby Duggins is married to Ernest Pollock and they are the parents of a daughte R and are living in Dayton. Mary Duckett is married to Ralph Thornburg, and they are living in Newcastle. Dorothy Davis has lived in College Corner since graduation, and is employed a g Hills' Lunch. f Katherine Frame is at home at present, but is considering entering art college --Q une. , Lois Goble has completed her business course, and at present is working in a five and-ten in Hamilton. is Opal Grimme has just returned from Richmond, where she has been employed. onder if she has advanced farther in the poetical line. .5 Carl Heisman attended Hanover for c-ne year, and for the past two years has bee f ' a student at Miami University. Roger Moore is in his junior year at Miami University. We suppose that he will ji a professor within the next few years. Emma Paxton attended Westminster College in Pennsylvania for one year, and a present is taking a business course in Dayton. ,Q Dorothy Paddock is married to Melvin Baker, and they are the parents of a. so l -1 nd they live in Cincinnati. f Donald Sizelove is at home, helping his father, who is engaged in farming. Vivian Stevens is now married to Lawrence Francis, and they are the parents of girl, Edith. They are living in Texas. Vivian hopes to return home this spring. Helen Sizelove was in nu:se's training at Mercy Hospital at Hamilton, but is -Q91 at Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati. Her training at Cincinnati must agree with her, fof' e is putting on the pounds. The only sad note in our class history thus far, has been the death of Gordon Jer .Tl man, our class comedian. Why clouds o'er shadow morning sung why hopes az-e crushed and castles fall: 'Q Why lives have ceased when just begun: we cannct understand it all. Not now, but in the coming years, when we shall reach that better land We'l1 read the meaning of our tears and then, ah then, we'll understand. B Doroth Davis. XII. - Nllamsmw- T ' 1. ..,,i ..,,... , .-,,.. ei' A-:TAM-W..-' ' A.,,,.-' sq-...r ...- X. '.- V-,A 4 'Ye 51 11 ' ' e,'7Ff:9f'F4 .. .. .1 -. ,- L I 'V ML.. .. ,. .. .. f, - 14- '-'WL-4'-1' - 1 1 . -.J 1 .FR ilu?-i...LQ...F3 CLASS OF 1934 Our motto: We will ring the bells of the future with the ropes of the past. Our fiower: American Beauty rose. Our colors: red and white. There were fifteen members graduated in '34. For the mcst part, I believe, our class is advancing a great deal in the business and educational line. There are six that are in college, two nurses, and the rest are doing miscellaneous things. James Ardery attended Miami-Jacobs College at Dayton, Ohio. He is now em- ployed at the Gem City Building and Loan Association in Dayton. We think he will be a banker some day. Harold Bzattain has been attending Purdue University since graduation. We sup- pose he is learning all about forestry and the farm problems. Norman Crist is in the U. S. Marines out in California. Myron Goodwin, after graduating, thought he wanted to see a few things, so he went out west and explored California, Oregon, Wy-tming, and a few more places. He is at his home in College Corner at the present time. Eunice Hammitt is advancing rapidly in nurse's training at Christ Hospital in Cin- cinnati, Ohc. Sylvia Hensley is employed at the present in the 1. G. A. store in College Corner. Howar'd "Fat" Huber is very much engaged in helping his father on the farm near Billingsville. Dorothy Patton is working part-time at the College Corner telephone exchange. We imagine Dorothy hears abut everything that is going on. Ella Stewart is living in the home of Clarence Sanford. Rosemary Toney is in her sophomore year at Western College, Oxford, Ohio. We bet that Rosemary is making swell grades. William Toney is in his stphomore Year at Miami University, Oxford. We wonder what "Bill" is studying. Reba VanNess is also in nurse's training in a hospital in South Bend, Ind. Cheryl Williams is another Western College student. She too is in her sophomore year. Byron Wolfe is at home in Shandon, Ohio. Malcolm Wcodruff. Woody just started in the educational line this Winter. He is a freshman in Miami University, Oxford. Well, we hope he makes good, as we hear that he is going to be a M. D. - Written by Gladys McNair. CLASS OF 1935 The Class of '35 ended its senior year with a trip to Washington, D. C. The party, which left College Corner, May 20, included the thirteen members of the class, Mr. and Mrs. Dils, Mr. and Mrs. Petry, Mr. Wright, Miss Rueff, and Mr. Jack Gray. The class held a reunion at Lake LeSourdesville, August 16, with three faculty members and their wives present. Annabelle Dudley, Jack Fischer, and Kenneth Davis were unable to at- tend. At the time cf writing none of the class has ventured into the seas of matrimony and the class motto: "We are not finished, just beginning," seems to apply to all. Carmen Ardery, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 2. At home. Herbert W. Buck, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. Farming with his father. Olive Caskey, College Corner, Ohio. Employed at the home of Mir. and Mrs. Rufus McFarland. Kenneth Davis, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 4. Farming near his home. Helen Dees, Cottage Grcve, Ind. At home. Worked part of last summer at Mercy Hospital, Hamilton, Ohio. Annabelle Dudley, College Corner, Ohio. Employment in various homes. Jack Dunn, College Corner, Ohio. Carving a career at the College Corner Kroger grocery. Jack Fischer, College Corner, Ohio. At home. Toured the west during the past summer and fall. Marjorie Patton is attending lvI.iami-Jacobs Business College, Dayton, Ohio. Mary Sheets, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 2. At home. Eugene Summers, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. Farming at home. Irene Whiteman, College Corner, Ohio, R. R. 1. At home. Doris Wooley, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 2. At home. - Herbert Buck. f'N El f ,1 JQQ W9 - 922-5 ' T77 FINIS - f J.. I - C - P LOOII-Ll!! PROJECT YE PATENT NOTICE U, I. 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