Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

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R UN 4 P L 4 91 ? X Mmedz L, mg smfofe cmss UNION CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS B k A Ok h qw i f .11 ' - Af Sq V if ..A, 4 V g h K 5 f xg L 37311 ,jf X , S 51 M, for 1' 'X , w. f 'K X ,, 2470 ' 'I' l.f""" f.'2, 'A Q. S ff ,ffl fi .f 1,3 .N 5 xg L- ro en rrow, la oma FORWARD The idea that the school is a factory where ideas are to packed inside the heads of students has largely given a way to the conception that the school is where the thinking an experiences of the students are directed so as to give them a wholesome philosophy of life and make it possible for them to adjust themselves into the society in which they live With this view in mind we have attempted to make a Round up of those experiences which might best portray this process of socialization Read it, enjoy it and always re member 1947 'izig-bw T Recently, the great Round up, in which we will all take pert, called a very beloved friend from our midst We real ize more each day the benefactor he was and the many things he helped us accomplish We wish to record this passing event and remember him as long as we live To Mr Guy Miller we respectfully dedicate this yearbook be , d . , .. . 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I A I I A Basketball Softball Junior Play lixed Chorus IILIA PAHNELL Song leader F H A Glee Club Library F H A IJN YE7 BETTY HAIORTH HI LI HT Staff---------2 F.H.A. ----- -- -------- -4 Cleo Club --------- - ---- 4 Qpartet----- ------- ---1 Library ---- --- ------ -2 Band -------------------- 4 Junior Play ------------- 1 Basketball Softball Junior Play '. ' v A .:i'Ef"5' firgge ,-,, 3' I 4r'17 ,,. Y' X , .5 ,, J LOYD HOLLADAY Sec F F A F F A HI LIGHT Staff Basketball Softball Mixed Chorus CHARLOTTE SIMPSON Salutatorian Fditor ROUND UP HI LIG T Staff Glee Club Quartet Library F H A Band Sec Band Junior Play ,fv- -,- U S Navy '45 '46 i Of HERSCHALL PARNELL F F A Softball Basketball Mixed Chorus l U.S. Navy '46 '48 BILL ZERBE Vice Pres F F A I F A HI LIGHT Staff Basketball Softball Mixed Chorus s' TA YESTERDAY WV ,Nxalf ik QI! P11 PC 3 .1 Q I Betty Haworth xv' I 'lx lxi Nineteen tklrty five was a big year for this world The class that would later revolutionize the activities of Union High started to school the class of '47 That was twelve long years ago, but many remembrances come back to us of the old academy The grades passed by until finally in September 1945 we found ourselves in high school Our class consisted of twenty eight green freshmen Ruby Holladay, Charlotte Car ter, Patsy Cosper, Jessie Elvington, Lou Nell Garoutte, Alscy Goodnight, Virginia Hunter, Pauline McArthur, Betty Lou Orsburn, Vilma Parnell, Evelyn Poplin, Virginia Shelton, Lois Stevens, Norma Letterman, J T Jones, Cecil Kelly, Jim Key, Jim Lester, Alfred Meier, Herschall Parnell, Betty Ha worth, Charlotte Simpson, Helen Hardcastle, Harold Robinson, Robert Root, Clyde Stevens, and Hill Zerbe Evelyn Popl1n served a successful term as class pres1dent Mr Boevers was our helpful sponsor Nineteen members were so proud of their records freshmen that they came back to try their luck as sophomore students Delores Garten, Mattie Benson, Franklin Wright, and William Owen entered our school with sophomore rankings Mrs Lafon was our sponsor and Betty Haworth was elected to reign as president As sophomores we had a very unusual and interesting class party It was a formal occasion with the entire fac ulty invited This type of party proved to be a new exper ience for each of us and most entertaining September 1945 only fourteen enthusiastic juniors en rolled We lost Jim Key, who moved to Callfornia, an gF1H8d B111 Woodring, who later joined the Air Corps B11 Taylor was president and use Ruby Robertson was our sponsor who competently advised and directed our full schedule of The Junior class was host to tre Senlors and faculty ir annual Junior Senior Banquet The theme of the night cleverly patterned after the Dutch Everyone enjoyed their evening in Holland Our Junior play emerged a great success Even surprised with our acting ability The play was act comedy entitled, 'The Ready Made Family The senior year, the year that brings down the on pleasant school-day experiences, has arrived year has been full and happy, with much knowledge It has been a combination of seriousness and gaiety mixed in the proper proportions Every undertaking of our class, whether it resulted good or bad, has merely accustomed us to the bitter and sweets of living The class play, the Jun- ior-Senior Banquet, and celebra'ing the Senior legal Sneak day ' have been only a part of our activities. This well-rounded year has been made possible by the guidance and efforts of all our teachers, of M Schubert, Our superintendent, and M Grove, our Senior advisor owe much to these people and our remaining friends who have h91P0d PYOPare us for the biggest school of all---The school of L1f9 the was present we were a three curtain But our gained Il! 'ff 'Q ffffef Rs as 1 9 . as . ' . 2, class artfvlties. ' D . le lx A ,, , , 1 QA, I x 7 Us Q -XL Qx d,..f' If KJ K IR LI, G SMU E Darkness was hoverlng over the cactus dotted plains Coyotes, crouching in the wind rustled prairie grass, began to howl. Weary from the day's long journey, we, cowboys, drowsily almost in a daze, watched the smoke from the old campfire curling upward to the heavens We were not sure whether we were completely transformed into another world or just dreaming, when we saw certain apparitions appear in the smoke Who is that tall, dark and handsome Casanova that has come into view' It's Sir Cecil Kelly, the distin guished dramatist, who has become famous as a result of act ing the leading role in the play, 'Rosalie Betty Haworth, a receptionist for a dentist' I didn't know she intended to be a receptionist Oh' I see Her husband is the dentist Coach Ruby Holladay seems to be having a little trouble Her team has just lost a basketball game by one point A forward missed a free shot in the last second of the game Too bad' Ruby, that just 1sn't like your champ1on ball team As one of the cowboys threw another log on the low burn ing fire, Reverend Franklin Wright became visible just long enough to announce the text of his sermon 'What ls Becoming of This Younger Generation? Vhat's this? A newspaper with bold headlines' Mr Bill Zerbe has been appointed to the President'e Cabinet as head of the Department of Agriculture It also reads that in his new job, he expects to put into practice the many things he learned in the Union F F A It seems that another member of the class of '47 has made himself a name ln the field of drama A talent scout made the great discovery, when he saw Loyd Holladay act in the high school presentation of the play, 'Elmer Today, Loyd is well on the road to success as a comedian A former debate team authority, Evelyn Poplin, has sev eral things to keep her busy these days, such as housework and learning the carpenter business Pigs Why, it's the county fair! But who is that gen tleman walking among all the pigs with a pencil and paper in hand Well' What do you know? It's none other than Alfred Meier judging the prize swine In the smoke there appears a magnificient art museum The name Charlotte Simpson is attached ln the corner of the most beautiful picture along the gallery, but drawing is only a part of her profession She is married to a former Admiral of the U S Coastgusrd and has three small Admir a s Wilma Parnell has made quite s fortune smiling for toothpaste advertisements, while her roommate, Helen Hard quisite New York fur shop The campfire died down to a few smoldering coals and ashes Each cowboy drifted peacefully off to sleep, their minds contented with the pleasant thoughts that another graduating class of UUIOU School had made good J.. fjf Q ,jf X f Z 0 Q Q . Oh! - I ' ll I . ,, 1 . . . castle, has made no less a sum modeling fur coats for an ex: L Q! K ' -v-5 , . I 7 W ,. I n U .. ' J Xxkx 1' X J' , e guy- 7 ,9,-wa 'fu d,-.IQMILA 1.4.11 ,iL.L-.11 JUNI S GM! Mila. .5!?e.1,.4Lfov1!, QM 1429 Yvaui r-J X...-JMR!-ZZ.-gli-. 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S ' ,A . , wx 1 is . iii X " 'x' ff ', ., I 1 K ' ' 9,AKl4 ' ' n "' ' ' 12' V - , ' - .A 1 , , 1, Q +- ,5- x 3 .Q , FRESHMEN . 1 5 L i qlkl First TOYS Gans Lafon, Wanda Tinney, Betty Nelson, Dorothy Reese, Ora Bell Velma McDonald, Bernice Reese, Jenny Evans Second row: Tommy Justus, Ruth Kelly, Joan Brown, Philip Judkins, Betty Brown, Mary Bell, Bob Harmon, Freddy Hunter Third row Bobby Shook, Jerry Mccurley, Buddy Hardcastle, Laurence Miller Paul John Levis, Jackie George, Billy Smith, Ronald Hedge xxx 'I READIN l'TiN 'il ' Q.ruMEYg ,H 5 :rx Q' Gene Lafon Ora Bell Class sp0nl0f President 1' Velma McDonald Sec b Trees Betty Nelson Reporter - . 3 Ty i , G I l an '- t , If I 2 . , iw am " " l V ' , I , QS Q .- --g '- ,, .B . h an 5 6 A rg , 1 B if QQlQ1i'?E ' as 6 . vc, - f N .' ling, Z K' V, l I f .I Q 5 , I ,, 5 'Q I, .-A .. A ' 1 i Z' X1 F. H. A. q ' X ln First row: Wanda Tinney, Betty Nelson, Barbara Sexton, Lola ag , 1 Q GPJYQN 8, Saraeua, Janice Tinney, Betty Holland, Mary Jo Harrell. 1 W! u A FWF' 5 Second row: Louise Brewer, Oleita Poplin, Jeanelle Martin, Eve- 5 :A 'lxm Pnnlin Rn-f+v ,Tnv-rinn .Tnunl U1n'l+.+.1na+.nn Rnf.f.v I-Inunrth- F. F. A. W FFF Y : ,I D First row Tommy Justus, Bobby Shook Jerry McCur1ey, Neil Moore, Philip Judkins, Onis Meier, Billy Smlth, Bill Kennard, Johnny Sarasua Second row Cecil Kelly, Freddie Hunter, Paul John Lewle, Jackie George, Carl Miller, Donald Shook, Ronald Hedge, Loyd Holladay, George Boevers Third row: Franklin Wrlght, Alfred Meier, Buddy Hardcastle, Charles McPherson, Jack Jones, Bill Zerbe, Ronald Mears, B111 Williams. SHVEYTH GRADE Flrst row Carole Lee Schubert, Nora Dell Shook Jlwmy Parnell Lella F nn Jimmie Hensley, Harvey George, Joyce Phlllxps, Howard Sparks Second row L1111aH Osbourn Carolyn Inalee, Barbara Bumgarner, Patsy Cantrell Ruth Cline, Billy Bob Wllson Donald Davla James h1ndley Third row Jackle Phlllips, Imogene d111h1t6, Peggy Balley, Juanita Bowes, Iary Jane Autry, Wayne Chambers Jearl McManus Gertrude Pendergraph, Beasle Mae Par nell EIGHT? GRAD? FIFSC row Kenneth ledlin Shlrley McDaniel, Betty E1V1Hgt0H, GBHOVIBVO Zerbe, Hilda Jones, Dorothy Holladay, Jimmy Hardcastle Second row Loulse Brewer, Billy Boevera, Evere+t Taylor, Helen Haworth, Edward Jones Third row Floyd DBVIB, Lenora Gaylor B1lly Jones, Ivaree Mears, Don Downey Fourth row Donna Mae Whlttington, Jessie Mae dright, Inia Yewman, Iva Newman, Mary Lou Haworth f Q QQ Gal - P 5 1 w w F- v : . , .. , a , A A V I I y y 1 Q ' v . . ,. . r . h, . , , A 1 ' 1 - . ...--.--.i.....1. 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FIFTH GRADB First row Carol Crumb, Sh1rley hey, Beverly Popl1n Carol Sangster, E111 Llttle Kathryn Cole, Marold Gallagher, Herman Newman, James Woodward, Carol Smlth, Ruthle Roblnaon Kenneth K1ndley, David Cook Norma Sue Dugger Second row Alma ryden Lawrence Hull Donald Gilbert, Mary Francie Lewis, Margaret Jones, Billy Gindt, Bobby Zerbe, Carolyn Tlnney, Joan Brame, Jack Boevera, Bobby Sparks Third row Paul V1Ck8HB, Paul Holt, Brent Howard Barbara Ann Henke, Credia McPher son Virginia Pull Ruby Kelly Jean Perryman Joe Ned Hunter, J1mm1e Durham :SESSVL 332 fa SIXTH GRADE F1T8t row V8d1D6 Loag, Paul ulndt, razel Johnson, Marle Hardcaatle, S 1rley Flelds Kay Shook, Mac Cook, Georgie Scott Second row Norma Tlnney, Eugene Carnes, Henry Wright, Patty McDan1el, Jimmie Song er, Orin Harrle, Claud Lenard Dewey StUFf18 Third row Frances Gallagher Aaron Bell, Si Dean Evans, Imogene Haworth, Margie Ann Nickene, Sue Miller Fourth row Donna Taylor, J. E. Parnell Tenevieve Rlchard, Blllie Jean Knight, Jodie Sarasua. Fifth row Joslene Toon, Betty Jo George, Juanita Lewis, Ruth Medlin, Maud Schutt ler, Sammy Lewin. x A .D . T W X I . if J 1 1 L 1 V f " , ,U ' .. gf 'X i Y ' ' f ' 'xA , I 'ra Vdgxx ,J R ' x " f'Qx X I 5 - V V A N ' 2 H H I I :VII K , A 5, 2 ,.,l .H F r .lxlfb x 11, I I .1 '- : .' ' ' , ' ' ' I . , . , A 0 : I , , . : L. , f . - 1 a ' 1 1 1 ' '.JLr'Qg1- Q 1 1 1s"l'9:3 ' K X --4i!J"l" ff F 47 l 2 Q55 4 "'r----ev" ' ? 3 . , 1. ' 1 : 1 1 , . . THIRD GRADE First row Roy eene Cook Patricla Hardcastle, Patty howard, harold Flelde i V rginia Lewls Barbara Poplln Karen Boevers, Lawrence Hudson, Barbara Mears, Ann Lamkin Second row Nell Reding, Patsy Hembree, Dale Parnell, Joe Sparks, Barbara Dean, Jack Colllot, Chester Turner, Hobart Kelley, Lillian Gilbert, Mary Rains, Erma Jean Corp, Sammy ward Third row Michael Keefe, Martha Keen, Judy McCord, Virgil Martln, Curtis Hunt, William Brown, Cecil Hatchett, Kenneth Hull, Gay Dell Goodwin 1, . .., 'L f FOURTH GRADE First row Paul Jones, Roma Jo Tlncup, Jo Ann urayson, Vyrtle Evans, James Shoemaker, Delor s Sexton, Bobby Peters, Jul1a Sarasua Second row Vlrgxe 1bson, Patric Little, lhrphy Mears, Jim Vestal, Ronnie rbore, Barbara Sturgis, Doris Reed, Cora Lenard, Teddy Eakes, Jackie Apple Th1rd row Patsy Hull, Jane Lewis, Bytha Newman, Wayne Lancaster, George Sell, Edward Parnell, Erma Jean Shultz, Donald Shook, Orvis Crowson, John Evans . . V fl 1 I l II ' S G -. 1 i ,V f S , 5 -1 i - 'C ch, 'Z ' 1 'Dt' it 0, Y Y l'a n s E E E V u H' , ' x ' I 9 :J ,Q Q . E: ig, , x . v . fx .I ,' 2 f' 'ra' mint ax' ,X FIRST GRADE First row Grace Evans, Debora Wilk1nson, John Lundy, kenneth Herrlng Johnson, Wade Anderson, Bill Rothrock, Wilma Murrlll Second row Tracy Ree, Jimmie Sarasua, Gene Gallagher, Charles McDonald Jackie Myers, PEtT1Ci8 Anderson, David Jones Thlrd row Ann McCracy, Mary Jane Brown, Jack Poplin, Joyce Reed Lagatha Toon, Annette Poplin, Patty Ann Felkel Fourth row Mildred Bigham, Jim ie Brooks, Lawrence Hicks, Henry Massey, Paul Hunt, Rosabelle Hunt, Almeda Hull, Susan Keim fw cf SECCND GRADE First row Paul Cook, Johnny Dugger, Marna hay Shoemaker, Alice Marie Hudson, Margaret Ann JUBt1C9, Earlene Clayton, Karen Lamkln, Frankle Dean Skidmore, Carlene Crumb, Mabel Schubert. Second row Mildred Davla, Ernestlne Anderson, Harvey Holt, Charles W1ll hite, J. W. Wright, Delores Meier, Wanda Lou Mason, Jerry McCracy, Janis Felkel. Third row Donald Humbyrd, Helen Grayson, Carolyn Wilson, Richard Lewis, Frank Bowes, Richard Martin, Kieth Woodward, Tommy Peters, Bennie Hull, Ronald Deese. .Ill A 'if , , o - , ,ix 4' " S 1. ' - an -N -- 1' if L k ' 1 .V .- - f I - , I, . . I : ' I . Z , 1 P A l Q a A f 5 5 V 1 A , ' 5 2 Q' ' if I I i 2 I J. T" W' Q 2 V J ' 1 Q . .C . v U J , . f w t NZ I Rx, ' ...fd Lola Sarasu D ron left to Flghb 'arl illler Dan Benson, pUC111B u 1iUOF6 Uhllxp JddR1W lara Boevers, Qetty Jordan, Farolyn Insle , Lola paraaua, Mar 16 JICLBHS Joyce Phlllips, Janice Txnney, D0n Downey, Lawrence Miller, Barbara Bumgarnen Carole Lee Schubert, Parry Wheeler, Wanda Tinney, Jewell drittington, Georgle Hardcastle, David Cook, Barbara Sexton, Lenora Gaylor, Betty Ielaon, Velma swan- Uh-.---' ' 1 x 'I Lucille Skidmore 1 Evelyn Jordan a Shirley w1ll6FtOH 4 I V i o QQ 5 ' " 'rd I ., w I 5- ' :U , . . ' ' V'A9z:'fe ,," C ' 1 . J . e N ' 5' f' T , af . R U C0 L. 5 , .., Y J " wr c -.11 . f - K . V I "' gy X, , . X xxx xx . ' Y' , ovmj ustus, Q lr-ley Jlllerton, Joan Brown, 'Nelyn Pop11n, Paul John Lewis, S,mmy Lewis, DO"lYl16 Dav1s, Dorothy '-'olladay Charlotte Inelee, Sue Miller, Betty Brown Johvmy aarasua, Patsy 'emtrell 'ary Jo Harrell Buddy Hardcastle scott, Billy Boevers, ac Cook, Charlotte Jlmpson, James Kindley, Jimmie 1cD0nald, Jeanelle Iffartln, Betty I-aworth, Grid Harrls, James Gaylor uw ,X SPORTS BH I-lm-4 Evfq Rrpl Mm' P BH LIISLJM-. 22X is- N F H H V66 ! i IZ 14 L N' Loqd Hoff J q B Ill, Ke ' 43 ,Q Car-J :Her , h A 5 ' 1 . Q i I E' b ' l I I V.V ' V- , , A Aqk' l" J I Tack V f' it-I K -A., V4 : Bd crb '!Y' I 1 Q ' SQ IOVS 1 vV.' x in x ' ' 4 limes Ga for ! H CJZKCHK1 5 H I UHATA Q' 54+ 5 5" ' -41 'PK-X E XYQ , X K I WINNERS OF TROPHY Left to right: Evelyn Poplin, Billie Hunter, Betty Jordan, Lucille Skidmore, Shirley Willerton, Ruby Holladay, Oleita Poplin, Ruth Kelly, Dorothy Reese, Bernice Reese, Mary Bell. ,1 .,g. ill ,NLM X Il 1, Y. , AX 1!g1 PRESENTATION OF TROPHY Left to rightx C. O. Ogiivie, Supt. of Berryhill School, Billie Hunter, Lucille Skidmore, Ruby Holladay, Evelyn Pop- lin, Bernice Reese, Oleita Poplin, Robert Grove, coach, Mad- elyne Grove, Ruth Kelly, Dorothy Reese, Betty Jordan. MUSIC gnu! in 'X'9 S Q V 5, LQKQ5 U v 12' f iw Na J 5 GLEE CLUB First row: Wanda Tinney, Betty Nelson, Betty Holland, Barbara Sexton, Lola Sarasua, Farrel Chambers, Janice Tinney. Second row: Lillian Oebourn, Kathleen Lancaster, Jeanelle Mar- tin, Evelyn Poplin, Betty Jordan, Charlotte Simpson. Third row: Velma McDonald, Mary Ruth Evans, Barbara McCu1lick, Charlotte Inslee, Joan Gindt, Betty Haworth. 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