Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

 - Class of 1951

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We, the Seniors of '51, will be able to recall in later years the kindness, the patience, the guidance, and the understanding used in the solu tion of our many problems. The possessor of these many wonderful qualities and our steadying hand during this our most trying year is our sponsor and friend, Mrs. Lena Pitson. we hereby humbly and sincerely dedicate this YEARBOOK in her honor. 66666666666 W N W . ,W tx Wh' jj Q., ggi, .g,'l-HHKMIKIW S: Q AQ., 3 y Q p Quo' I 'fiuaxvxwwwuw 'fltlllllllnvl JACK BIIYYIN. U A R, B, GROVE H, , Umon Independent School D. U. SCHUUEHY B V Y Po-:UNE s'7s1 snmczu Annuw UKLAHUMA ,F F School Year- -1950-51 .Tx IEAR PATERONS AND STUDENTS '4 As we near the close of this school year, we realize pro- bably more than ever before the serious problems confront ing us as school teachers and leaders Our schools are an expression of the hopes of the American people To help prepare children and youth for living nol and in tomorrow's world is our cpmmon obligation We are proud of the high place our school has achieved in this B S Degree comunity NESC Tahlequah , Oklahoma llS1bgree l 0: F , 3 p Ehe Star-Spangled Banner rippling in the breeze is our MA 51" M Stillwater. 0141-Hb-Oil! symbol for the living principles of freedom which are the f7' F ' 1 a . , l f L , priceless heritage of every American citizen Uar history is filled with the deeds of our great builders uho d1ed in order to preserve these principles 'me Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the other charters of liberty are the Bible of our heritage 'Ihe free public school, open to every child, is the very life blood of our free government To be worthy of these precious blessings, we must protect them against all inroads, strengthen our free institutions, increase efficiency in government at all levels, enr1c.h home and family life, improve human relations, and work for world understanding and peace To all of you, may I say that our school is always seeldng to make the most of each boy and grl, provide a soil and a climte in which the finer values of life can grow We seek to arouse aspiration, to inspire the search for truth, and to quicken the sense of comon and social justice on behalf of humanity All this, however, cannot be done by schools alone, indispensable as they are 'mere must be teamwork of church leadershznp, hcme and school partnership, co ordlnation of all forces serving children and youth, and legislation Team work alone can remove the conditicms which cheapen character and destroy basic values Graduating Class, as you turn through the pages of this IEARBOOK in years to cane, we hope you will recall happy memories of a school life well spent To the future graduating classes, our hopes are that you will begin now to work harder toward preparation for our leaders of tomorrow. Yours are the most complex problems to serve that have ever confronted youth at any age Best of hopes always toward a better and brigxtsr tunorrow. Your friend and counsellor, f Zrfbfc SUHZRIN 'IENIIENT yfzfmlkzzbfhmbfz - ,Q ,, s e --Q D I . Union High School, our haven of education, is governed by the Board of Bduca tion, composed of tive civic-minded, locally prominent citizens 'mey are left to rigmt Hr Earl Davis and llr Earl 'Hnney, Members, Mrs Guy Miller, Secretary, Mr T W Peters, President, ltr 0 G Schubert, Superintendent of Schools, and llr L O Flud, Vice-President 'me responsibilities of the school rest upon their shoulders It is by their time and services for which they receive no compensation that the many im provements are made It is with sincere appreciation that we, the Sniors of '51, express our thanks for their judicious handling of the business of the school and for the1r success in making our way easier and more beneficial lr. Robert B Chavo Hi School Principal B S Degree NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahom Athletics Coach Science 1' ...AF Mr .Tack L Griffin Grade School Principal HIE Tulsa University ,A had D11'601'.01' Glee Club, Mined Chorus Junior Co-Sponsor Hr Robert Grove as Higz School Principal, and lr Jack L tkitfin as the trade School Principal have proved themselves lore than capable in helping to guide and direct the many activities of the school , fs fix Sf 4-e"" 1-Qi fff -4 4? vu ,T , e ,U . N . ' . , .. O O I l ' 'B- I ,X ,I X, J 0 ,ly :. VN lx ' ' . . 0 I ' xfff 'ffl lc RN, e 1 E 'W' . e ' 9 4 ., If o O , . . .vuA.. .. . - 'ff , ' - 1ff!fff?ff-fyilf U" ' s ' Y Q1,g5.1i'g1Q,:Q1:,5f'r'V '-"v -'-, - gf" 'N I 4 M - Q. Mrs Lena Pltson B S Degree NESC Tahlequah, Oklahoma Buslness r.ducat1on Junior High English Senlor Co Sponsor arl H Burton A B Degree NESC Tahlequah, Oldahom Mathematics Sophomore Sponsor 11' 'iv K' .f" -sux Mrs Margaret L Stevenson B S Degree Iowa State, Ames, Iowa Home Economics J'un1or Co Sponsor Francis M Ford B A Degree NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahom Social Studies Senlor Co Sponsor 'fx hrs Eudora Reed B B S Degree NES , Tahlecuah, Oklahoma Engllsh -Speech mf y B S Degree A Br. M, Stillwater, Oklahoma Poultry Husbandry v0CEtl0DBl Agriculture ' . ,, . B- fn 5 B U sy ' FN . A ' N S , I . A. .l- . . .r C ' I iq I " I 'N X Al k A I I, l - 1 V.-,va . , jf 5 I? . V M , F Qffw 2 George F. Boevers gg, " 515 E ,,-,T b pf. . 62155515 - S, up ' P4 Mrs Mary P Lee B A Deg-eo NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahuna Fourth Grade mf y lbs label Schubert Life Elementary NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahoma 'Rxird Grade Mrs. Leslie P. Bumgarner A. B. Degee, 'hzlsa University A. A. William Woods College Q' siren cn-me if - in '15 Mrs Betty James B S Degree NESC Tahlequah, Oklahoma Firth Grade 'gxfm wi. fs'-sr wif i Mrs Mary Keyes A B Degree Tulsa University Music 8: Anchtoriun Second an Third Grades Calvin C Ietbm B S Degree NEED, Tahleqmh, Oklahoma Seventh Grade Y 'W I . ' 9 N A as L 1 -r 5 j-Hx 6.x X Q O 1' of .. Q . ,V . I6 t 3 Exp Mrs Mary Beth Robinson W Elementary, One Year K4 Tulsa University f rn-at G1-aaa ,,. Mrs Bess Belt Life Elementar N.,-v Y NESC , Tahlequah , Oklahom First Grade 565 'Z' .9 0 Mrs. Juanita Jones B. S. Degree A af. M, Stillwater, Oklahom Vocational Hume Economics Junior Co Sponsor 3 Xa f M H . J . 'fx AJ' - Q. J Q f ,x ' u f f 5 .N , 1 . 5 A Y -o ,X 1 f 4 E S. Mrs Lois Dean B S Degree NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Tulsa University Second Grade rm! fy gg ll ll ll ll ll Il ll JI ll ll ll dl ll ll ll ll I ll ll ll ,.., Le,-v " - blvt'f1" .43 L-f M vi 'B41'c-46' . .1 .K In v-ni .1- N. 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Jessie Have Wright Librarian H Glee Club 4-H Club Redskin Staff Lenora Gaylor Class Officer F H F H A , Secretary Cilee Club Mixed Chorus Basketball Junior Play Senior Play Softball Carnival Queen Office Band Redsldn Staff Aug Bill Boevers Basketball Football Baseball Ban F F A F F A Reporter Junior Plea Redskin Staff Poultry J uding f'h"'-'X Kenneth Medl1n Librari an F Junior Play Seni or Play Redslcln Staff l .. ......... 2 . . A............- .... 4 8 'N . . . ' .......... .... .2 1 1' ' - ..... ...,l N, ....1 .... ....l ......... ....l ........... ....l ..... ...... ....2 .... ....1 M 11:1 ' . D, O I I lonl 050000: I 'J "' ....Iff J x Senior Plw... . gk .... -Q.- : V 7522 Q ' ,, C . W vcr, V g t,..... I ...............4 F. . A..... ...2 .... ...2 ....... ...l ... ...l X 1'- ,G 7 .... ....4 F. . 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A eyes' Linda Sue Nightingale Thunas Garner Ronald Hines Carol Jordan Mary Williams Jimmy Doss il Linda Creekmore Eldon gxlryg Snead Frances 1 opl n Vickie Jackson Jimm ' !'h Evans Mhble A ' Thomas Phyllis Orcutt John Reed Leona Jim Blo m 1101151 Easley Beverly r edner '5 J .. 1 Emmit in he rs H81011 Marcella Gst"'ood Huasm Mike Jones xii V Bill Nickens Nannett Beavers Carol Ann Cummisky : 6 4, Fu Bobby Bethell Nadine Hulsman IUl16 Wolfe 9515! QM J -475 ---su! if Connie Drush " Larry Frankie Spain Elizabeth Rice Gerald Vera Sue Hail Delories Wright CBJ-'1 Cree kmore MdKee 06725671 lb-I La Donna Cosper oe Lundy Frank Stidham ik'-ls. Donald Woodward Kathleen Merrill Wilford Mhrt1n Gayle Shanks Q Bobby Grove Daisy Jones Terry Townsend Laurel Merrill Linda Rothrock -lu 0 Charlotte Doss Jerry v Stumbo E ' Jigga axe I Lf, f Patricia 9215! 5 MQ My HM' ix, 81' Sklomoueki f ,j X Iarner Paul Moore rnestine Howard Floyd Cottrell Ruth Bales Beverly Orcutt Z 5 U s"f!' - -C i I. Mgieed , A ' 'Q ff' ' 3 .Tetton h L Agj, Allen A rv V'-F Carolyn Shahan Nancy Schmidt Linda Jackson Qx Carolyn Roy Jerry Lewis F - f 4 2 Ji Sarah Sneed Car Walker 1 1 .V,y , lildred Sharon m I ' 1' A Eugene Martin Medlin D059-ld ,, A Kullmann Link Szirley 1185011 Q, 'fu V, Mm-11yn Sturge, Howaesnen Carolyn - N fi -gg' Woodard Cooper 2 wi.. ' I 'di' S 'A afih me ' I Egfr: to v. ,fr SBIDJIXY Tyres Laurel Redner Betty Koblescheck .-ff J", l DARRELL HAYES a ay 's Lgefzws . -,gdb lb fi I ,J 5. SHIRLEY MCDANIE1, ROY IASIERSON BARBARA HOBBS DON mmm! IESSIE IIA!! WRIKHT IDRDEHY HOLLADAY LUONNA. HENDRICKS bw J CASLER :ODE .TIM HARDCASTLE 54014 Queen 'lm 'TN N f JMMW Mm A065665 i x l - ' """"sL 9 so nw : 7551! I X, S . ' 5 1 4? fi X I fair an A4-,V 'Yu O I 5 Em! FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURUH ROW FIFTH ROW Genevieve Richards, Imogene Haworth, Carol Crumb, Jerry Dutsch Betty Aust1n, Karen Boevers, Dorothy Holladay, Patricia Anderson, Roy Gene Cook, Juliana Casler, Beverly Poplin, and Luonna Hen d.I'lCkS Bobby Peters, Shirley Keyes, Delores Sexton, Carolyn Inslee, John Woods, Carol Smith, Janis Felkel, Norma Tinney, James Roy Smith, and Mr Jack Griffln Conductor Carol Lee Schubert, Credia McPherson, Joyce Phillips, Roger Wlck ersham, Jack Boevers, Carol Sangster, Margie Ann N1Ck6I1B, Barbara Munn, S18 Miller, and Mao Cook Delores Cooper, Sarah Nightingale, Don Hail, Wayne Lancaster, Jimmy Ogden, Mary Charles, Helen Nightingale, Charles Hendricks Darwin Maxey, and Barbara Bumgarner ' Dan Wickersham, David Cook, Eugene Carnes, Orin Harris, Donald Davis, Bill Boevers, Paul Nickens, Harold Gallagher, Patsy Can Cantrell and James Woodward V' SEMED Gene Gallagher and David Cook 'W fa W : - -R Ti-7 , R . D 'nl ' , W 3 ,.,, . U O I 1 P g Q x '1- r A Xa, QQ 'EB' :- S W? ba- U 5 if 1'1- nv " 'J' 'ur' ,- I' l fm! was FIRST ROM SECOND RO THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW Dorothy Holladay, Carol Lee Schubert, Jodie Casler, Luonna Hen drlcks, Sue Mlller, Barbara Munn, Anne Bartholomew, Carol Smnth, Joyce :h1ll1ps, Carolyn Inslee, Billie Jean Knlght Norma Tinne Hazel Johnson, and nr Jack Griffin, Director Beverly Poplin, Pat McDaniel, Jack Boevers, Enoch Cox, Bob Wesb Genevleve Rlchards, Carol Sangster, Barbara Moore, Carol Nimerick Barbara Bumgarner, Lenora Gaylor, Mary Charles, and Credia McPher son Jack Rothrock, Paul Gandt, Don Hall, Gerald Phelan, J1m Hardcastle Don Downey, Eugene Carnes, Nadine Scott, Shirley Mclnniel, Barbara Cantrell, Margie Ann Nickens, and Sarah Nightingale Junlor Johnson, John Bethell, Raymond Rogers, Bob Uickersham, Roy Masterson, Darrell Hayes, Roy Walker, Donald Ihvis, Bill Glndt, warren Dr 1, and Tom Maye may w H X Ss Hobbs, Patsy Jimmy Ogden, Kennard , Dan Sammy Lewls, ge ma FIRST ROW Dorothy Holladay, Carolyn lnslee, Norma Tinney, Billle Jean Knight Carol Lee Schubert, Hazel Johnson, and Mr Jack Griffin, Director SWCOUD ROW Jodie Casler, Anne Bartholomew, Barbara Munn, Carol Smith, Beverly Poplin, Pat McDaniel, Luonna Hendricks, and Joyce Phillips 'IHIRD ROW Carol Nimerick, Barbara Bumgarner, Genevleve Rlchards, Lenora Gaylor Barbara Voore, Sue Miller, and Credia hcPherson FOURTH ROW Carol Sangster, Sarah Nightingale, Barbara Hobbs, Shirley McDaniel, Nadlne Scott, Patsy Cantrell, Mary Charles, and Margle Ann Nickens I ' Y , .r. V V Q .4 mf , 5 wb . C f 3:6 'Q' '-t Lg '-' 2: . 1,21 ' ' 1 A 'Q an S . - V to gb, 'J -fa ' ' X S .: , , . ,, N. V' 1 4 v ' v 9:-Q 3' ',' A I I ant M, , 1 ,. 3 L n X J I C sf' Q : ' , C 0 I : ' ' -l 1 I . ' 1 :Q .. an j pxx .0 5 M lReading left to right! FIRST RON Luonna Hendricks, Pat McDaniel, Carol Nimerick, and Jodie 'W I J I NIU? Casler X SECOND RON Mrs Stevenson lSponsorJ, Carol Schubert, Shirley Key, Joyce X Phillips, Carolyn lnslee, Norma Tlnney, Carol Crumb, and ,IX Dorothy Holladay 5 X 'IBIRD ROW Credia McPherson, Beverly Moore, Barbara Bungarner, Anne Bar ,N xx tholanew, Carol Smith, Beverly Poplin, Barbara Munn, and Caro lyn Tinney FOURTH RON Sue Miller, Barbara Moore, Lenora Gaylor, Sarah Niyxtingale, Juanita Bowes, Mary Charles, Carol Sangster, and Valeria Davis ww-L B FIFTH ROW Patsy Cantrell, Nadine Scott, Domld Dans, Kenneth Medlin, Jimmy Murphy, Jim Hardcastle, Smirley McDaniel, and Barbara Hobbs Cheer Leaders Luonna Hendricks an- Pat McDaniel Carol Nimerick Jodie Casler 2 1 A AA it Q . K t ' 1. ...A U ' A 5 M A3 .N 4 N H ' A QXX . I I X - s v. : r N . ' . A ' iff. H . -E Mx -ug ' FIRST ROW Dorothy Holladay, Shirley Keyes, Carolyn Inslee, Joyce Phillips, Billie Jean Knight, Carol Lee Schubert, Hazel Johnson, and Mrs Stevensm llnstructorl SECOND RON Nonna Tinney, Jodie Casler, mrbara Munn, Carol Snith, Beverly Poplin, Pat McDaniel, Luonna Hendricks, and Ruby Io Masterson THIRD ROW Carol Nimerick, Barbara Bumgarner, Mildred Baumer, Genevieve Mchards, Lenora Gwlor, Barbara Moore, Sue Miller, and Credia McPherson. FOURTH ROW Carol Sangster, Sarah Nightingale, Barbara Hobbs, Slirley Mc Daniel, Nadine Scott, Patsy Cantrell, Mary Charles, and Margie Ywucfns x ix ONMAKEQ,-Qc im ? 1 f f 'ff' If f I ly 1, 5 f Q It M 3 0 -' O I 0 NEW YK NEW V' Ann Nickens vb -PO , 01 ' '3' f 1 f r f r , Eflil 1, S minw, e ,X 'L f 0 4470 ' QQ-0' 400 ' Ov-0' I O 0 7 ,L A F ,, 'Q , 1 Qu - ij" 1' 'Q ' alt' f - -1? - , v , 'H :vit Q I' v , ,fy h ,X B 9 1 N K' , - ' Y O U C lxkwf ff , ,f' N . f i',V'b L iq ws Home Economics Classes at Work Ti MQ. -ru, 'TR' -wr mu, Axwjf ff X .,X A ?,fxa-L, N S -'i-WY Egfr Ugg' N: lg-5 is 'i Q 5 .2 il P KX, FIRST ROW Mr Boevers llnstructorl , Lac Cook, Paul Holt, Henry Wright Jack Rothrock, Don Hail, David Cook, Dean Haywood, Gerald Phelan, Paul Glndt, Tnoch Cox, Jack Boevers, and Calvin Judson SECOND 'JO Bill Cox, Lewis Ellie, Jim Hardcastle, Bob Kennard, Claud Lenard, S1 Evans, Jodie Sarasua, Don Downey, and Eugene Carnes THIRD RO John Bethell, Tom Maya, Bill Gindt, :Warren Drew, Herman Newman, Mack Rothrock, Donald Cannon, Bob Wilson, Raymond Rogers , and Junior Johnson FOURTH ROW Archie Hooper, Ronnie Ross, Roy Masterson, Kenneth Medlln, Roy Walker ersham , B111 Boevers, Darrell Hayes, Sammy Lewis, and Dan wick 'lv, Q 4 f: 0 Q OPTIC 6 ASQF,A"f YK ,wr K W ,I o"T'o da K AOHWA1' x fi? L ff U15 5 I 0 f-gg QQ-5 cizm,-v 5 UQ 5 FIRST ROW SECOND ROW HiI.D RO! FOURTH ROW -ff HM Jerry Flelds, Debora Jllkln on, Pearl Jordan, Bonnie Hawklns, Nancy Boevels, Jullana Casler, Sylvia doodward, Luonna Jordan, Peggy Cosper, Phyllls Gilbert, Mary Howdeshell, and Opal LlV1DgtOH Nada Anderson, Tommy Lunn, Jack Poplln, Paul Cook, Charlie Johnson, Randy Flud, Horace Ellis, Roy Cool, Ielba stes, Imadene Har Jennle Howdeshell, and Nellie Hooper Gene Gallagher, Harold Fields, keith Voodward, Gerald Crawford, lubrey Drew, Barry Brown, James Roy Smlth, Carolyn Inslee, Patty Felkel, Karen Boevers, Jimmy Smith, and Ronald Deese Johnnie Charles, Wayne Cummisky, Rlchard Lewis, Donald Shook, lac Cook, Don Ha1l, Orin Harris Tom Maye, Jack Boevers, Genevieve Richards, JSDIS Felkel, L1ll1an Gilbert, and Barbara Poplin. n-Q F i . I ' v 1 . I 1 L '- , ., - ' A ,s f Y v , 1 .sim , I , , , r V Cv ' ' I V ' . " -w , . . x - ' . , , ' Y 1 , 1 ' - Q , ' ' ' " - 1 , ,.. A R ' " " J' ' i - V K. K ' , .--' ' . - ' 1 If X ' 1 . -' , ' N - , . 1 . 1. 1 1 Y ,f ' , - Q, O I w ' 4 ' 4. 1 'X . F ' ' ,N ., X . , If A H! I f S c 1 ' I v T' 1 y ' . . --, . 1 o . ,f ' . 1. , ,- K fn 1 X WA 24 p, O Tv " ' Y . 4. Z I 1 c -L o . . . , I .u 9 ...,, Mac Cook Jo1ned the 4-H Club when he was in the Fourth Ch'ade His project was a Chester White p1g Ihen he showed th1s pig at the Livestock Show, he won a registered Jersey heifer This year, Mac is a Sophomore in Higl School and has a herd of sn: reglstered .Tersey hei fers and one Jersey bull f1'0111 the original heifer TULSA COUNTY 4-H WINNERS A happy bunch was these farm youths as they gthered at the annual 4-H Achievement Banquet. Shmn left to right are Eddie Richards, Owasso, George Lou Jones, Tulsa, Kenneth Lam, East Central, 4-H County President, Gene vieve Richard, Union School 4-H, and Mr Johnsen, President of the 'lulsa Tractor and Implement Co , who was the host at the dinner J QW 3, 95154 FWNWK Carolyn Inslee proudly shows the results of her 4-H Club work She has raised this cow -w-:Z-'sv -nn My fran one year old She cow placed First in the County showing and wan Grand Champion at the State Fair ll 'rr K 64 'Wei 'I This is Qulteha Shgrggwgzgeihiihzgl Here Carolyn presents the Iumor Ckand Cham b t it s ows 8 bw, hilt th 4-H Clw offers for pion at the County FFA and 4-H Club Sm! pgrm les 8 ambimous boys and sirls 1 . ' t Q , . , . . ,, . l ll Q Z . . . ,, . . D I . O K - , 'M , l- K' , 4 1 A 'N' Q0 ., .. i""3fT A H . :ffN'+'S-' . , 5 , . , . :ff-' ::,".n'f- '5."s,f4P 3-1' C , 2 gffij . " 'I x ",.. , . 'lf .H gi. wf-,"- N.: -vi. . Q Qu- 1 we ---f '4- I ai .. M. , ,af ." ' ' ,a.1.-,:f-ef A Y. - .,+ .df 'A .. J, . ', 4 3' , xx 1 5 1 1 . . xx -.- . . . W'.Meg..,f we-11 . A C '-run.. A-9 ' 5 .in - I 'lr ,' 1 b , L L: , . :if gl,-Y f A ,r" L L ' f..,. ,. 'Vim eg 1 X . , 'P .- 0' ' ' ' , ', , Y Q sp- - ffl ,. I X 4 5 .VI I u 5 r3,jE 4 .- A 1 f . I f I :A p X ' ' .1 Y, . , -.f . , - .. . . 5 . ?vo tba!! Queen 'YI Yi. XHZXQIZ am Qifaffai FIRST ROW Francis Ford, Coach, Gerald Phelan, .Tack Rothrock, Paul Gindt, Bob Wssby, and Mr Robert Grove, Coach SECOND ROW Jack Boevers, S1 Evans, B111 Com, Iuniar Johnson, Iimnv Ogden, and B111 Hobbs BIRD ROW J' ohn Bethell, Warren Drew, B111 Gindt, Dan Wiolnershmx, Mack Rotlu-ook, Donald Gilbert, Donald Cannon, and Paul NICIIBIIB FOURTH ROW Darrell Hayes, Ronnie Ross, Bill Boevers, Roy Walker, and Roy Masterson Margie Nickens, J'Od16 Casler lQ5ueenl , and Barbara Hobbs My .li Football Captain, Darrell Hayes lcisse s the Queen, Jodie Casler, while Margie Nickans and Bill Boevers look on with interest And the Band played on! Beverly Poplin and Carol C1'u.mb, Twirleri - D " me Football Squad ready to go Darrell and Jodie seem quite pleased 'mere is fun for all when the Bam and the Pep Club get together at a football game o Q 1 I, 1 'L x it Y . w .A It S I .Q -. .I I I . , . ...M Q Q win :ff ' , K , .ff-,Q N I 9' " Q " Y ' I Q . 2. ays 'fgzzsieffal FIRST ROW Mr. Ckove, Coach B111 Cox, Jack Rothzock, and Paul Gindt SECOND ROW IUDl0I Johnson, Jbhn Bethell, Donald Davis, Bob Kennel-a, ann Si Ih uns THIRD ROW Boy Masterson, B 11 Boevers, Darrell Hayes, and Dan Wickershanu 'Q A ll Ol .I Yf Ill ' . 5 7' U I . ... . . . O . 9 , , , ri -g , snr Q if I- y . .. H I wrllllllllarl V. V,,,,,... Ll MIS ,Wil Cf QL, VQQ-U Billy Bob Wilson Jmmior Johnson Si Evans lull!! Gll' Bill Cox f 6. f' N Donald Ihvi B .Ami-onv'Q,,,mi 'VI Paul N1 c ksns JL I ri r .-An W ' .g ' In I gf! '-a- ' - i 7 Wag, Tirsqiil' X , xx V Q A, Q x , - K 2'-11: fa f N. . 7 X kxnvbrr I QT! A aff ,BT I 9, If-f fi!f1,": 'f4 wr. YN 60 ' . A . 1 W ,hi 'fgatx M S - - A.LZgfwf AMR? ' 'M 1 QM ' fgasieffzzf i FIRST ROW Carol Crumb, Barbara Bumgarner, Luonm Hendricks, and Hr Grove, Coach SECOND ROW Beverly Poplin, Jean Perryman, Marge erick 'BIRD ROW Ruby Kelly, Nadine Scott, Smirley Mcmniel, md Patsy Cantrell big.. u Nickensg Pat MoDanie1g and Carol Nim- f- Q V . . . 1 ' 0 ' J ll T 3 v lid' 2-'M KE 5' yffhggviaaf yfwkfzkks 9' who ..- Ss. Mr Grove, Principal If Mr Schubert , Saperintendent Dorochj Ffwlladay Office Girl EQ is Mr Cantrell Old Faith.ful Sc :len cc Class 'x"N-X: Mr . Cosper Custodian Q3 Science Lab I ii adn N 5' , ' C . l if' , il i, E 21 gn. -,,.. ,..,, t it 4 .. A A .Wi if ' , , ,W 1 K X . . 9' ' f l 4 . ', V "F"?" O is 'Q' . 'q ,: ' I -' Q5 S 'S , f 4, S 1 'Y n -S4 .J V gg Bookkeepi ng 4 3 1 ,ff ,f-mv. , A -if vw fav: .. 1...--V, ,rm av' yd' TYP5-118 'DK The Story of Our Flag Assembly Program Q'-TLD 'lil El! Wu!!-I Idsf' J' e Campus Daring a Show Sturm 7-7-,Q xx Q- "f-"sy -Q T-ID bs ii! 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N lblrf ' , fx I N' Ss 13551 f 1iff il ' lu xi XS V L HL , Q E Q. giwv 'K 5 ST " A 6 N-- - .QQ ' JA xx . .f C K L If -0 f5 ' Q Cm - 1 x . lass Hsfaay In September l947, twenty two adventurous boys and g1r1s boarded the Union Rocket ready to start the Journey aroxmd high school world They were Genevieve Zerbe, Don Downey, Shirley Mc Daniel, Jim Hardcastle, F'loyd Dav1s, Jerry Bethell, Jessie Maya Wright, Donna Whittington Bill Boevers, Betty Edwards, Kenneth Medlin, Lenora Gaylor, Dorothy Holladay, Bill Jones, Vera Sel lers, Bonnie Sellers, Hilda Jones, Iva Mae Newman, Darzell Hayes, Helen Haworth, Edward Jones and In1a Newman When we were half-way through Freshman Straits, Gerald HL-ay and Luonna Hen dricks boarded our train Miss Naomi moddy was engneerlng the course The famous island of General Math, the English Gardens, Oklahoma History and Civics Lakes were the popular scenes of 1nterest. However, the Home Economics and Agricultural Deltas were visited by some Our first rest per1od was between Freshman and Sophomore Lands During this per1od we recalled many honors that had befallen our studious goup of 'twenty four Twenty two excited members of this group met m the deck in Septsnber of '48 to continue our journey Floyd Davis and Betty Edwards had gene astray to lands unknown We picked up Barbara Hobbs, Jodie Casler, Woodle Goerlnger, Roy Masterscn, Mack Rothrock, and Kent Clark and shoved off to explore Sophomore Sea Admiral Chester Flick steered our Sup, the U S S Union The main subgects of lnterest on thls lap of om' journey were the Algebra Island, English Mountains, General Science Tower and Home Ec and Agricultural Wanders of the Sea Typing Tips of interest and pleasant memories are among our souvenirs In1a Newman, Iva Mae Newman, Vera Sellers, Bonnie Sellers, Donna Whittington, Helen Haworth, Genevieve Zerbe, H1lda J' ones, Edward J' ones, Gerald Bray, Woodie Goeringer, Bill Jones, and Kent Clark left us during this period mt Lonvina Chalakee, Martha Chalakee, Marcella Litka, and Lottie Poole were new passengers for om' flight over Junior Heig1ts which began the lest week in August of 1949 aboard the special plane "The Spirit of Union " Our destimtion was Senior lloun tains Mr. Francis Ford was our pilot Speech Arts, Fmglish III, Biolog, American History, Geometry, Typing II, Agriculture III, and Home Economics III were the chief spots on our map Band, Athletics, mee Club, and Mixed Chorus were places that could be found Our Junior Play, 'Aunt Susie Szoots the Works," was a main feature of the flight The many members of the cast nnde the play a great success Seniors of 1950 were our guests of honor at our 'Good Luck' Junior- Snior Banqmt. In return we were entertained by the Sem urs at a nice Slmrise Brealdast Another rest period between .Tunior HBIQIISS and Senior Mountains and we are ready for the last lap of our journey -a climb up the famed Senior Trail to the top of the mountains--GZAJIIA TION There are fourteen mmbers present for this climb Lottie Poole, Lmvina Chalakee, liar tha Chalakee, Marcella Litka, and Bill .Tones have gone astray to geener pastures llrs Lena Pitson and Mr Francis Ford are our guests Typing JI, Bookkeeping, Hom Ec, Agriculture, Geo metry, Biology, English IV, Speech Arts, am Music Theory were our rest stops for the climb Our Senior rings were the main attraction of the first part of our climb Later there were our Senior pictures Then we presented our Senior Play, "Here Comes Charlie," and broke all re cords of proceeds, as well as entertainment Sneak Day came early in Hay and our Yearbooks were distributed near the end of the climb Finally, we find ourselves facing the place of our greatest expectations Graduation There is rejoicing and yet sadness also prevails Ag we v1ew the group about us, we realize that Bill Boevers, Lenora Gaylor, Jim Hardcastle, and Dorothy Holladay have received their 12 years of education at Union. Ie've all had many happy times together We realize that now we will part fran our loyal friends and classmates, beloved faculty and sponsors, and the many happy time we've had together We go to scatter the seeds of our knowledge and wisdom to the four w1nds of destiny. May fate be kind to each of us as we say adien to dear old Union High O l I I were explored by sane. Again we rested between Sophomore Lands and .Txmior Heights. Many items . . The D " 1 O A e O ' O JG A267 Darlmess is hovering over a snall group of peqale Weary from the day's work we sit drowslly, almost in a daze, watching the smoke from the campfire curl1ng upward to the heavens We are not sure whether we are completely trans fonned into another world or just dreamlng, when we see certain visions appear in the slmke Who is that tall, dark, and handsane actor that has come into view? Why it's Kenneth Medlin, the famous matinee 1dol of 11111110118 Kenneth developed his talent in the High School Plays presented at Union' Just like the old days e Casanovaw er Mortimero Another member af the class of '51 has comes into view Lenora Geylor' has joined the Northwest Mounted Police Clhe 'Mounties' always get their man Just ask Dale' Pigs? Why it's Bill Boevers, the new Secretary of Agriculture The glrls lost out' I guess cows md pigs are still Bi1l's chief interest Jessie Mays Vtrlght, I mean Mrs Paul Randall and her three sets of twins, all boys too' Paul insists they are going to rear a football team' What's thls? Why it's Jerry Bethell and he 18 making a name for himself :Ln the field of music Look at those bobby soxers swoon' His wife, Barbara, is so jealous of the teenagers s1nce they even hide under hls bed that she is going home to mother' Jerry got his trainlng in Mixed Chorus at Uhion gun moll of a famous racketeer, 'Bad Boy Johnson " She is st1ll helping him evade the draft' Careful, Jodie, you are playmg with fire" Next canes Dorothy Holladay who has landed quite a catch She is now Hrs James Martin, the :rife of the Bubble Gum 'lycoon You usually fmd Doro thy "fum1ng " She hates her husband's product Guess it gets in her hair' As we throw another log m the fire, Lu Hendricks and Don Downey cane into view 'D1ey are flnally Mister and Mistress Don is planning me grand opening of thelr new diaper laundry Leave it to Downey to plan ahead What's that rumble we hear in the distance? It's Bab o Hobbs driving that beat up, strip down truck home from the wars Barbara is a General Ln the Wacs She received her trainlng while dodging the fire at Union A large river comes into view Why Ihrrell Hayes is running a tngboat on the Arkansas "mat happened to the Merchant Marines, Darrell? A glimpse at Shirley McDaniel can be seen in the distance She has passed the exams at Harvard and is an honorary mmber of two fratermtles leave it to Sxirley to find the men good work if you can get it" 'Iwo more of our classmates have gmc into business together 'may are Roy Masterson and Jim Hardcastle Roy is now a famous doctor and after every failure, he sends the remains to Jim who owns the nicest funeral parlor in Alsuma. As the campfire dies down to a few snoldering embers, we all drift peace fully off to sleep, each happy and content with the prospects of what the fut ure has in store for us. h, . . ... . She . Who is this character coming into view? It's Jodie Casler who is now the lass WM We, the Class uf '51, School of Union, County of Smlsa, State of Oklahoma, not too sound in mind, being in good physical condition and much better temperament than usual, do hereby make this our last will and testament, rendering void and of no avail any fomer will or wills that my have been made by us during a period of temporary optimism. First of all, to our dear Ole Alma Mater, we leave all honors and records of achievement that may have been ours during our sogourn here, and that our future may hold. To our dear friends, Hr. Cantrell and Mr. Gosper, we leave any old notes, candy wrappers, and wads of gum they may find here and there. To Mr. Grove, we leave a sense of relief that at Last we have graduated, pleasant memories of our years together, and the realization that any glories that may be ours in the future will be due largely to his example and counsel We also bequeath to him a mepphone to call the couples to alasses To Hrs Pitson and Mr Ford, we bequeath our sincere thanks and appreciation for their guidance and understanding of our problems during our Jxmior and Senior years Don Downey, will my love at long hair to mlly Bob Wilson Ktry fertilizer, Carol! Barbara Hobbs, will my bobby pins and Toni kit to Jack Rothrock lgo to it, Ckxrlyl Farrell Hayes, will my ability to play post to Don Davis Kget in there and hustle fellal Jodie Casler, will the use o f my gray Model A to Jnnlor Johnson lno girls allowed! Roy Masterson, will my ability to mke long shots to Junior Johnson Watch him, Caslerl Lu Hendricks, will my shoes to Junior Johnson lSaddles that is' Ride 'en, Cowboy'J Bill Boevers, will my hot cornet to Onn Harris lblow it right, boy'J Shirley McDaniel, will my ability to raise me eyebrow to Carole Schubert KOne gives a better effect, Carole I Kenneth Medlin, will my good looks and ability to pt along with the grls to Bill Hobbs lSee if you can mtch my record, Hobbsy I Jessie Maye Wright, will my ability to get along with the soldier boys to Ruby Jo Masterson lHope you can do better than I, Ruby D Jim Hardoastle, will my bookkeeping abilities to Bob Wilson Wade througa it, Son I Dorothy Holladay, will my heigzt to Roy Walker fQ'0l tall, S1o1'ty'l Lenora Gaylor, will my meet disposition to Barbara Bmgarner and Carol Nimerick lTry it, girls, it is really not so hard J Jerry Bethell, will my one am driving abilities to Barbara me Bunn. Kiatch those gears, alB10', Any property ar personal possessions that may remain in addition to the items specified we bequeath to the Junior Class We do hereby name and appoint as the Sole Emcutor at this, our last will am! testament, our class advisor, llrs Lena Pitson In witness whereof we, the Class of 1951, have set our hand and seal this l6th day of llay in the year 1951 gbadlfww mf 0 f I, . I, . If I, ' . I, , I, . . I, ' . . 1, . I, I. I, . . I', s o I, . 1, - 1 . I . ' k rf J y I , 1 J n -A fl e s X 7 gf - x , . L - ' f- I .5 f,fQ, I , " 246.0 ,. V A 4, 2 f--. 1 I 'film COMES CHARLIE" Presented Nov 17, 1950 CHARLIE HOPPS Dordbhy Holladay fLa.1'ry El1iott's Ward! AIJCI 'I"IGG-S .Tim Hardcastle KFriend of CharJ.1e's Father! LARRY I'H.LIO'I'I' Don Downey CCharl1e's Adopted Fatherl LZRS FARNHAM Shirley McDaniel fLarry's Aunt ani Housekeeperl NORA MALONE Luonna Hendrlcks fMrs FaI'nham's Maidj TED HARTLEY Jerry Bothell lLarry's best Friendl MRS SMTIHE KEIRSEY Barbara Hobbs Kvivlan' s Ari stocratic Mother! V'D7TIAN SETIHE KERSEY Lenora Cnylor hereby announce the CLarry's Fiancel Miss Charlle Hopps to Mr Larry Elliott " MORTUJAER 3.IY'IHE KERSE! Kenneth Medlin Ufivian' s Brother! TD-IO'IHY MCKRILL Bill Boevers lNora's Boy F1-Lenny iwwif if! mls"-k 5 last before curtain oallx are so important to look over those first 'oh' PHPB Larry' I could Just kiss you' lines. 'M 1 1 I love You: I more You- I "Mrs Swthe Km-say, vu-Lan my dear, Inu want you to be my wife." so glad you could came." . N . . ........ . V ' I , . .. ........... . . . .......... . O O I I I I O I I I I I . . , . .............. . ....... . 1 , ...... I l Q ' n Q . 9 Qonooooaoogo 53 ' A 1 . , h X -3 1 f A , .. - , f . i ',"iv- , fs ' . 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MARKET We do Custom Killing and Curing HICKORY SIOKED HAMS, BACON 8: SAUSACE 535 Miles West of Broken Arrow, Okla PHONE 5108 BROKEN ARROW'S WAREHOUSE MARKET Frozen Food Lockers Save at CUT RATE GHOCERY and MARKET Phones LEONARD'S "FUNERAL DIRECTORS" Broken Arrow Blx by . A. WALDREP WHOIESALE COMPANY Serving Tulsa Since 1905 U. Gerroutte, Salesman 1209 E. 5rd Phone 3-3166-'I TULSA, OKLAHOMA 10104 DEEQ' an n I I ' I 0 - Q o 0 ' V 1 L, 9 I 7 x 4 A . 15 'o ain Phon- 31 . . , .lcensed Embalmer ' L '. . I. , Ac' 'uneral Director L, 1 , ,, , Y Y YV Y Y ,Y V Y w ' . l H rv w 1 . Z g ' 9 O O Q Q . O Q I l 0 I l Q I 1 - - . , . gg 9! -31 , .- 1 DOWNS SCHOOL SUPPLY 8. EQUIPMENT COMPANY COMP'-'MENTS OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES DUPLICATING MA H Nas sc:-loom. r RNITURE DUPLICATOR UPPLIES PHONE 40041 216 EAST 7TH ST TULSA OKLA IEI9I5MgTsS2J:Q angaafuhhans 25 Years an Tulsa 2318 22 E Admiral llvd Phone z 0145 FROM A mmm COLLINS-DIE'IZ- MORRIS CO TULSA MAYTAG SALES SERVICE Wholesale Grocers PHONE 3-9852 802 S Main 52 S Frankfort, Tulsa, Oklahcma EDDIE VALE YALE CLEANERS N0 1 m YALE CLEANERS N0 2 5519 E Admiral Place PHONE 6 eozs 4 North Yale P 6 7644 We Offer Complete Laundry 8a Cleaning OPEN 7 A M 10 00 P M Days Service Pick Up and Delivery C0557-LIMENTS OF HITIER HOME IIPROVEMENTS ROY OLIVER'S JEWELRY C0 Fgnging Asbestos Siding Matched Diamond Sets play Equipment 501 S Bouldm-'a TU-1559 Oklahmll 1325 S Harvard, Tulsa, Oklahoma phone 5 5451 COMPLIMENTS 'l'0 'HE SENIORS Ol' RALPH SFEGREN O0 '50 '51 General Painting Contractors A FRIEND RALPH SEECREN 1628 S Ifamestown BEST OF LUJK 'mlsa 4, Oklahonn From 'A FRIEND' CONCRA'I'ULATIONS' COMPLIIIENTS OF Ml' J' W Batten Michaelis Cafeteria 507 So Boulder 9PP9"f' 5995 Everyday 11 to 8 TQ mug fl "MAYYOUHAVE'lHEHESTINYEARS Marshall Shoe tore V mm N M GOOD SENIOR SALESGIRLS 9 So. Lewis Ph. 6-3022 East Tulsa's Only Complete Shoe Store BEST WISHES SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 11-gm WA QFRIENDH When Qualztu and ht Insure Your Feet O 1 . IIIO S. Yale Ph. 6-6486 Tonnts EOD SQDRE h. .- ' - O 0""' z 9 Q 7 1 Q n n COM PLIM ENTS OF HVLANO CLOTHIERS I5 W THIRD TUL 94 ARROW CLEANERS Complefe Cleaning Service N N nn lhone 282 SAPULPA 'l'YPE"IRI'lER COMPANY l'7 S Park PHGQE Sapulpa, Oklahoma Roy Hendricks, Manager MORRIS FURNITURE Open 9 to 9 2424 E. Admiral ilhlsa, Oklahoma WARDROBE CLEANERS One Day Service PHONE 529 Broken Arrow, Oklahoma J H PATTERSON IEAI. ESTATE Lewis PHOM 9 1l9'7 Tulsa, Oklahoma Enid. Oklahoma Woodword s Lunch IHCOIXPN XRROW RELIAHLL SIOE SERVILE 2502 E Admiral PHONE 2-6051 Tulsa, Oklahoma FARMER'S UNION CO OPERATIVE Custom Grindlng Feed 5a Seed PHONE 229 Broken Arrow Oklahoma l'ONDREN'S SERVICE STATION 61st 8s Mingo Broken Arrow, Oklahoma EARIUS RADIO SHOP Radio Bc Television Service 225 E Broadway Broken Arrow, Oklnhmn CRACLLR HDI Junction 51 Bc 64, Tulsa SANDUICHES COLD DRINKS LEO 8: SARAH COMPLIIIERTS from 'A FRIEND OF 'IEE BAHD' JASON BARILR uhm I IU 81 VICI SI AI 1 4 42l1N Mal en o h N1 l' JONhS I OOIJS Mhl Ihon 6772 HHOkl-N ARROW OKLAHOMA SULL1'VAN'S SERVICE STATICN ""!e Strive To Please 15th an Harvard ihlsa, Oklahoma EAST SIIE GROCERI 111 N Main PHONE 510 Broken Arrow, Oklahoma Broken Arrow Pastry Shop Mr and Mrs L M Sturm Mrs Mvrtle Elmore HIE FELD1 IAONR COMPANY Felix E Al 'latter Tulsa, Oklahoma BA.NFIEILD'.a r ROZEN FOODS 50 S Lewis PHONE 2 5258 Tulsa, Oklahoma Compliments of TULSA HUDSON CO E C S H A Good Place To Eaf' 10812 N Mann COMPI.IMEHx'TS OF 'DOC' Doty Realty Ccmpany Tnlsa, Oklahoma Good Things To Eqfl LQYDS GROCERY Broken Arrow s Largest Ifood Store UA ' ' U K IIT .'0. .12 R ' . 29 I . 175 xx. - w,,,-,.a- H, ,,,,,1-1 I v ffffffl 1'l,f.1f,1,f.1ff,m ' Lv I V -1 .- e QA M N, Ii' , ' L K ' 61st and Mingn - ' f' Photo 436 f '-. ln , .. , Urok Arr w, Ukla uma A ' ' I n . o " I u '1 V1 I . , A .- Q T H O F F E E O P ll , 'W ICS A o yawn YEARBOOK Llthographed by SEMCO COLOR PRESS FINE CULLEGE AND HIGHSCHUDL ANNUALS B L SEMTNER 129 N.W. 3rd ST. 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