Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

 - Class of 1952

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X xl NNW' M HHN -'f' 1-1 .ii ..-1 -,-. 51- 11- 11- ii- 11? li- ini- 111- ii- 1---1 1--i 11-1 X iv- 1-1 ,B Happy Memories' They are SOm8thlDg we cannot that means much in terms of materlal worth We, the SGHIOTS of '52, will recall in years to cone all those whose kindness, understand1ng, guldance, and patlence helped to solve our many pro blems thus creatlng many happy mBmOT19S of our hlgh school days One possessor of these wonderful qualities, and one who has helped perhaps more than anyo e else to make happy memorles of our hlgh school llfe, 1S our Co sponsor and frlend, Mr. Jack Griffin Ie hereby humbly and slncerely dedicate thls TREASURE CHEST CF 1952 ln h1s honor ,I N 161 e W ' W X I f l l l l l l I L I U describe in terms of value, yet, they are something 7oculfY 5 4 kj omovs FFA 9 GA 93 ff J' W iw? X I' f Z' f Z Q 'QU 4 on-uf CA Club vutnm WWW Y Q? Quan vor: F03 T Kara.. 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'Jv'-Lf h ee ""'1 rl o lvmmature man 1S that he wants to dle nobl for e cau P le tl L r ol a I atu e .al 1S th t he wants to live humbly for one " Tay each of you 11 Ja nature llve humbly for the noble thlngs that we l1ves hemoers of the cnlor mlm , you 11' soon be l68VlDf' our school You will b c rrjln many brul c 'ot h ve rec ned 1D your bout w1th educet1on You get Ju t a rnny hard fnocl 1X1 thc C1 ol of educatlon a you get ln the school of l1.e F r .EdllC3t10Il 1 llfo, not Ju t a pleparatlon for it" I hope that we as teachers have been able to st lrt omethlng burnlng 1ns1de you somethlng that just mlght catch f1I'9 and 1gnite 'md maybe turn you into a great SC'lOl8I', a great musi cian, a great statesman or better still, a great guy In thls school of educat on, you should not worry too much about grades L1fe 1sn't always go1ng to 1ve you :Us You're golng to blunder and make plenty of D's and F's in life just by leadmg a brave and generous 11fe Your fomal educa tion should teach you to be leaders instead of followers You should learn that you do not have to accept everythlnq that people say wlthout question Your edu catlon should serve as a sprlngboard, an impetus to make you want to read and study and unprove your God given minds Remember, what we don't use, we lose Many of you Wlll probably never have a formal college educat1on, but may I plead with you to never stop learmng Use every avenue to improve your mind N one can rob you of the treasures of your mlnd Finally, I would 11ke to share wlth you a sure fire recipe for happiness 'lhe secret of True Happiness is sharing To be happy is better than to be free, and to be kind to all, to like many and love a few, to be needed and wanted by those we love, certa1nly this is the nearest we can come to happiness Most people mis take being allve for llving Je live 1n this world only when we love it, when we share with our fellowmen, :Lf nothing more than the sympathy of a snile "'D1ere is a destiny that makes us brothers, None goes his way alone, All that we send into the lives of others Canes back into our own " Devote your l1ves to worthwh1le actions and feelings, to great thoug1ts, real affections, and endurmg undertakings Happiness isn't a gift Ie earn it by gratitude, by 1nvest1ng in others If my message to you has opened up an avenue of thougrt for you or given you an added treasure for your Treasure Chest of memories, I am glad I agree with the poet who said' 'A word is dead when it is said some sayg I sas' it just begins to live that clay." Best of luck always, I ,gf AG 11411 425 'N I .3L7ET.Pl1filIZZm' " "T A ' rn' rw' Ezvvlc 1- It as b- I1 said that no :xx .2 1' an ' ' gr . ' se, me na Lzs f' ' .r r 2' H ' s If , I ,-m 'W fe y ',g t 1 ' call our American way of life--all the freedoms we enjoy each and every day of our . .' . ' ' es: ' xi' l fx ,I f ' g . ee '5. 'SS5'!L ' ' '. ' s s n ' 'Q cs ' ' s io ' ' s ' 'f' . O ' ' S ' ' ' S -s f , ' . D S 4 0 ' ' 1' 1 -.. ' ' ' ' , Q . ' , l - -- I . . 1 I . . . . G. X . . . . . - O . k A . 0 '- . - , . -11' ' . . o . O . . . - . . . . . - . . . Y. . O I ' . . 1' .. C O O C JG ube su erl terdert 111 t tl Q ll ter J Scxubezt became the SUD6TlYt9D dent of punllc soho ls at Lnl 1n sep tember of 1946, Co lff here from Dela x re, Okl hon w'ere he had served Supe lndendent of schools f eleven ye rs His QIX Je t Unl n h e deed been succ ful, for he ar e 3 c to Pls cr C ar nas V de any frlerd fb feel tx t Schubelt mas our lnt rest t 1 nrt anc t 18 lS C11 a c xmerd ole .3199 Mr -Tack L Griffin Grade School Prlncipal B M E Tulsa Umverany Mr Robert B Grove Graduate work, 'r U High School hdncipal Mr. Griffin became the Band Direc- tor and Grade School Principal of Union School in the fell of '49. He came to us as a graduate of Tulsa University. All his experience as an administrator has been at Union. He has a record of many fine accomplishments with his band, glee club, and mixed chorus. He has made many friends among the student body, as well as in the community as a whole. we hope that he will be with us for many years to come. Our future will be much happier for havlng known and shared his friend- ship. B S Ivr.SC, Tahlequah Graduate Nork, T. U. Mr. Grove was Principal and Coach at Berryhill for f1V6 years before he came to Umon in the fall of '45 'mis year marks his seventh year at Union as High School P1-inc1pal and Coach Grove's wonderful advice and guidance for our h1gh school boys and g1r1s is highly appreciated. we hope this year, 1951-52, is only another of his eventful years with us. We will always remember h im as 'Ole Faithful . " s. 1 ,X Y 13 SX 7, 'N ju 2'-. if ' v".f' Mr, L. O. Flud, Vice President, has served on the Board for the past 3 years, and has proved his efficiency in many ways. .93 Mr. T. W. Peters, President, has served on the Board for the past 14 years, and has voiced his opinions in many constructive decisions con- cerning the welfare of Union. a,li8d 92, Urs. Guy Miller, Clerk, has served in this capa- city for the past 6 years. She succeeded her husband, the late I.Ir. Guy Ililler, who assisted in the wel- fare of Union School for many years before his un- timely passing, he Board of Education of Union School meets once each month to discuss ways and means of keeping our school one of the best in 'lulsa County. In these meet- ings the members, along with our Superintendent, Mr. O. G. Schubert, discuss the various problems that may arim and worthy decisions are made that will continue to benefit our school. rung Mr. Earl Davis, Member, has served in this capa- city for the past 2 years. He has been a loyal sup- porter of our school for many years. Mr, Earl H. Tinney, Member, ins served in this capa city for the past 3 years. He has Smown extreme in- terest in our school for many years. ,pq 'QT' fi 4 at ,wb LL-,--' 'CN 'TV Franc1s M Ford B lx Degree 'WDC , Tahlequah, Oklahoma Coach SOC181. Studies Sophomore Sponsor Geor e F Boevers B S Degree A R M Stillwater Poultry Husbandry Vocotlonal Agrlculture r.arlH Burton A B Degree .J , Tahleauah Okla Mathewatlcs 'Y fum .rs L Bubxrner B De ree, Tulsa Univ Sltj llliam oods College Flfth Grade , sa Calvin C. .Tetton B. S. Degree NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Sixth Grade Jac S . 'n 'At ,' YG 1' - e f "'uo 1 In V A 'Q ' . I ' J, Q. . ig f '4 sq Q R 0 0 2' X 5 NEUC , , L If , E, , r'f fk A. . g . er' ' A. A, li' f' X . 'i X V ,J I I I ll Van 'Q ev! Mies Dorothy Legako B S Degree A Bc M Stillwater, Oklahoma 97335 Mrs Lena Pitson B S Degree NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Business Education T' Senior Co Sponsor William H Neese B S Degree Industrial Arts NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Graduate Work University of Tulsa Mrs llary Keyes A. B. Degree Tulsa University Music 8: Auditorium Seventh Grade Mrs Maida Johnson B, A. Degree Arkansas State 'Deachere College Graduate Work University of Texas Lirs. Mabel Schubert Life Elementary NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Third Grade Mrs. Bess Belt Life Elementary NIESC, Tahlequah, Oklahoma First Grade l Mrs Jean .T ones B S Degree Education Second Grade 9'5" ag,.... Mrs Eudora Reed A B B S Degree Lu-s,I1e1'y P Lee B A Degree NESC , Tahlequah , Oklahoma Fourth Grade NESC, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Fourth Grade Mrs Mae Peterson A. B. Degree Central College Edmond Masters Degree University of Mexico at lf! v Clagww jf!- I ,L -,. .4 B ll: Q 7 fe Ixrs. Lena Pitson Co-Sponsor 'Don't do today any- thing that can be put off until tomorrow.' Carolyn Inslee Valedictorian FHA Mixed Chorus Glee Club Basketball boftball 'lass V President Class Secretory Band Junior Play Senior Play Yearbook Staff Honor Society Pep Club Paper Staff 'Impfrtant goods 1 'R BIB Wwhen you cane to the end of a perfect day, near the end of a journey, too.' Yes, we seniors of '52 are truly nearing the end of four swell years of fun, work, and play in deer ole Union High. Needless to say, we've had some grief and hard times. But we feel now that these are only rightfully a part of four wonderful years. Of course, we've undertaken many class projects-- Senior Play, sponsoring Kings and Queens, selling concessions, and sponsoring the yearbook. Bob Wilson FFA............ ....5 Mixed Chorus.... ....l Basketball.... ....4 Baseball........ ....4 N Football.... ......... ..5 ' Class President.... .. FFA Secretary Junior Play Senior Play Office "Why should I hurry to get ahead the more I hurry the sooner I'm dead ,611 2 done up in small peck Donald Poplin ages ' FF Basketball Baseball Football Class Secretary Senior Play Annual King 'When there is nothing else to do, I go to school h fan I ..... ....l 'Ili lllil ............l .................l I -W 5 is, ,.,. .... ...l ............ ...4 ... ...2 3 ..... ...4 Q ........ ...l ' ...............l 4 . .....l Q OIOIOIOO1 ........... ...4 4-ltinoaooooaooo oou4 .... ...l .... ....l 3 ... ....4 , ....... ....4 , 'J 'M ....z f coco annul Q' ..... . ....4 ooooooool 5 ...... ....l CQOOCUUOOIOI1 --'4 " gi, .crn I I f fwwwffml ?2'j1 -5514, as we hear those stralns of 'Pomp and Circum stance,' and we go a llttle sadly down the aisle to our graduation, we want the teachers to know that we really hate to leave our 'Alma Mater,' and that any fame or recognition that may be ours in years to code we'll gladly give her the praise she rightfully deserves lell, lt w1ll soon be truly the end of a per feet day, and we'll have reached our first mile stone on our Life's -Tourney KDKA Junior Johnson Basketball football Baseball FF Lixed Chorus Class Treasurer Junior Play Senior Play I llke ork, it fasci nates me, I can sit an look at lt for hours" P' Virgil Harp Junior Play Senior Play Yearbook Staff Paper Staff 'If only the gi leave me alone. rls uould ll Sul Barbara Hayes Glee Club Mixed Chorus Basketball Class President Class Secretary Softball Band Junior Play Senior Play Honor Soclety Pep Club Cheer Leader Clarinet Quartet 'God bless the men-es pecially my man ' ,. fv- sf' 'if' M Jack L Griffin Co Sponsor 'If you can't convince them, confuse them ' Lewis Ellis F' lxed Chorus Basxetball Baoeball Sen 1 or Play It's auch a plague to be a handsome wan n Nadine Scott FHA Glee Club Mixed Chorus Basletball Softball Junlor Play SSHIOT Play Pep Club Paper Staff 'UN " hen in doubt giggle' Patsy Dorrell .Al Q- .Sv ttf Dean Hwwood FF .Tunlor Play Senior Play Office Paper Staff "I don't believe in over taxing my brain " Pep Club Glee Club Band .Tunior Play Senior Play Class V President Mixed Chorus Softball Clarinet Quartet Saxophone Quartet Spring is largely over rated, especially when one is already mated " ,en 'wt Juanita Bowes Glee Club Senior Play Pop Club Library . 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Annu1l Queen...... ... Clnllnet Quertet....... 'I never net a man I d1dn't like. rel 1 erick 'Y Glee Club Il rlst -lX9d Chorus jus tb ll soitoall UDIOT Pl J DSHIO lay Bend Concert Pinno Soloist Yemrbook Staff Honor bOClCty Office Pep Club Cheer Le 1 nlet true to one another Jimmy Ogden FF Football Mixed Chorus Band 'I never let my studies interfere with my educa tion 115 Mhck Rothrook FFA.......... ....4 Footbal1....... ....4 Mixed Chorus...........1 'Women are facts because facts are stubborn.' 5 min. ..... ............ . .4 u'n1' ......4 If' L':u" ...2 . K Rio 3 .............4 A ' 'e ..... .. ......l 5' I ' ...1 I ' r F ............l , ' ...... .2 1 ... ...l 'V x . :neu sang .......... ...1 ........ .....4 Lh'i9I'...........5 Wiy love let us be . ,I . A .lu Olllli cool , k ' 3 .......,1 vi A......-.-Q ...n Hooseoeoeoooonooel , """' "" l ooo. -ooo ' '4 'S ' eaoeunqoeenooooaoco .rf N, X '........... ...4 -Q ..... ...4 .... ...Z B .... ...l 5 noone . coal I .......... ...4 ' ' ' ... ...1 ' ... ...1 ......... ...4 lg- ' 1 4 A 1 1 rw' ". 4 ' I n - fl i Mary Charles John Bethell Norma Tinney l'1oie Rogers Ronnie Rosa Pat McDaniel Jodie Saraeua Jimmy Murphy Betty Ogle Margie Nickene Orin Harris, President Paul Gindt, Sec R Treas Aaron Bell, V Yresident me lller, Parllamentwrla AJ Clarence Townsend Jean Cannon Jack Rothrock Trance! Gallagher X Imogene Haworth Bob Kennard Eugene Carnes Sarah Nightingale Claud Lenard Kay Shook Barbara Munn Archie Hooper Si Evans ,-Min Ruby MBIYBTIOD Warren Drew Hazel Johnson Sammy Levis Don Hail Q: l 2 ' A ff A e sf ' ' L ' rx Q , ' I fi . -14' . E- v ge f 4 of a a 5 ff, -3 :1 4, r,ll - no 3? . :W X ' a - f e fag Q - " 'fe 52 A' , fi .1 r X W . a x I, n . 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U N U , L "tg Barbara Dongle r 1 -1- JLEA ILM, gear milf of.,.H..m. new Donna Woodell .Tame Noodward Jerry Ross Wanda Roberts Julia Sarasua Donald Shook LeRoy Ogle Delores Holt Sybll .aalisbury Gene Turner Ole Jae Davis Charles Orsburn Anne Bartholomew 'momas Woods Delores eexton Darwin Maxey, Vlce President -Q AL' lfwbp IM?-Crlidz a ,Ama Y T Muay! fv-f2rs.- Barbara Watson ayne L ncaster Frances Lewis Virgie Estep Roy Orsburn Charles Alena Day Hendricks Curl Haywood Jane Lewis 'iyrtle Estep Melvin Harris Bobby Peters J' immy Blaylock Nancy Watson Jim Vestal ss, "lros'n'::g 3 5: u u . .4 , I- I ' J' W' V 1 A 771 ff-TM. 'DSW f Q U -G 3 'J -4 7- '. 2 I D J N V 1. 1 ' , K, WJ I , 0 ,IW - 'X 'I f Fl ,LLL I l .F "V ' 4 9 an ' .fd , 4, I h i ' A' D - 1 nL,nn'ol 9 V 1 D ' 4 "' .z 3 S Q , D A ., 4, N , it rv A V '- i 7 ' s . - . 'E I It V," X X 4' , 7 li? A , l f f' r 4,0 4, K -3 ig .. qs! . X , 1 is . ' ff 1 xl V V . 7 gr! K J ' It 'fr ' A . 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Biggest Line Best Alibier Biggest Bluffer Happiest-Go luckiest Most Natural Huskie st Noisie st Qui ete st Nittie st Best Athlete Most Pleasant V01 ce Best Looking Most Curi ous Bigge st Imaginatl on Nice st Smile Ihmbe st Biggest Laugh Most 'Xmbi ti ous Prett ie st Eyes Most Bored Most Poi sed BUREAU OF DIFORMATION Girls Joyce Phillips Pat ' cDan1el Imogene Hayworth Wanda Roberts Peggy Bailey Avenelle .Tocoy Kay Shook Margie Woods Barbara Douglass Barbara Hayes Carol Nimerick Carole Schubert Juanita Bowes Carol Nimerick Avenelle Jocoy Barbara Munn Patsy Dorrell Mrs Pitson Syble Salisbury Barbara Hayes Carolyn Inslee Boys C B Townsend Donald Davis .Tunior Johnson Billy Bob Wilson Bill Cox Lewis Ellis Orin Harris Dean Haywood Orin Harris Billy Bob Wilscm Virgil Harp Mr Griffin Aaron Bell Paul Gindt Billy Bob Wilson John Bethell Darwin Maxey Mr Schubert Donald Stokum Donald Poplin Virgil Harp Biggest Flirt Nadine Scott Junior Johnson hi' iv- Q' gli M17 f v "ff,-,v.P+z .. , wav 5. k. 1 fdigsgi fi!! , ,. Jbqce PhHHps Yearbook Queen Q-' s 'N a I 1 5 V 1 4 0 Q 'D 0 .11-' R Q .- .- ' 'M .. "' .-U., u -.--. x ' ,.'-.-4- . . In "Q 9 a ,-., J -Nu. 4 ' I n ' 3,',.Qig. ,f A on! ' 1 Y .-.."x' , fi' Donald P arbools C? Beverlq Poplu All-Sclyfool Queen S ' xl 1 ws. '81 V W . ..,, .ig WT., arf' 65 -wx ..w,, T I Y 35. I? 55153-6 6 Wikia . 1, k X. . PT' ' .X 1 ,K ' L rol Nimerick , I A ' f Basketball Sweetheart , so fa o Q 'E 'IS R 'X . ,ons-KA.. I . 1 ,, f .1 l of Billy Bob Wilson tball Escort A -.. af:-1 ,ef Norma Finney Band Queen h fuk- ' 4? 'Uuledwtwaan Y J i Carolyn Inale Spmwwr QA if-'Q' 4741 Juvzfew IBO Kgy Beve dCaro101'umb 5 U 4 R 6, I 'Y -QS X e F j Mrs. Lena Pitson 5 ' Carole Lee Sch gene Haworth, Smook, rly Poplin. an UWT -4 Honor Soaety SEATED: Carol Sangster, Margie Nickens, Orin Har- ris, John Bethell, Sarah Nigntingale, and Carol Nimerick STANDING: Carole Lee Schubert, Carolyn Inslee Kay Shook, Barbara Doug- less, Credia McPherson, Donna Woodell, and Shir- ley Key Attendants 00 Q tf Football UCSD Carol Sengster , Sophomore Attendants Wanda Roberts, Freshman Sue Miller, Junior Carole Lee Schubert, Senior Carole Lee Schubert, Barbara Munn, Senior - Junior M 4:-11' J'c,ce Phillips, about 5 months I'd guess "' qu Carole Lee Schubert, about one don't think Carolyn lnslee, 1.'d say about ll months 9988? Bailey, ebo 0 months, I'd guess Juanita Bowes, a sweetie at 2 years of age Carol Nimerick, about th old ox , one mon of age 'Qi' ,. 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' ,4 x 4-RK , 4,g?w+4 1 if A ,ik ff wk 1 , ., 5 x.M.,.fK" 'Qt -f' T 'Y 'Sf .xfsmy ,, f - Q1 1 x OO I - 4 FIRST ROW: Paul Gindt, B111 Cort, David Cook, Jack Boevers, and Paul Holt . SECOND ROW: Bobby Peters, Donald Shook, llslvin Harris, James Woodward, Calvin Hudson Bob Wesby, Carl Haywood, Iby Orsburn, Charles Orsburn, and fAdv1ser! lr. Boevers. HIRD ROW: Eugene Carnes, hook Cox, Ibley Douglass, Janes Calvin, Jil Vestal, Jerry Ross, Wayne Lancaster, Jodie Saresua, and Jack Rothmck. NUMB ROW: Don Hail, Darwin llaxey, 'hmomas Woods, Qxarles Hendricks, Donald Cannon, S1 Evans, Donald Poplin, Harold Gallagher, and Dean Hqwood. FIPIH ROW: Clarence Townsend, Ronnie Ross, Warren Drew, Sammy Lewis, Jimmy lhrphy, Roy Walker, Donald Gilbert, Heman Neuman, and Archie Hooper. Judging ff Jack Boevere Pml Holt Don Hail lr. George Boevers, lunkogee State hir Teen im Second Pleoe Jack Boevers, Seomd in Individual Judging. County lair Jaek Boevers, HPI! in Individual Judging, Dm Hail, 'hurdg am Paul Holt, Fourth. Jack Boevers Ion the Andean Poultry Aland for second straigrt year " . Q . 7 L "r 'MQR , .4 iyvrs,-v., 4? 1,1110 4Xoo"T'91v1: ' QA T ASX A! D C E 7 lvgnisirl :QA c '91 "" X l ' 'rifunig N' J I B s O-,.f ...,.W-L5 I I ,J um-If A mfi' GW- -A K F-A 1: ' 1 , ,,-,A ' fi. fi. Cl. Jzp FIRST ROW SECOND ROW! 'IHIRD ROW: FOURTH ROW! Pat McDaniel , NimBI'10ko Nadine Scott, Noma Tinney, Barbara Munn, Tinney , Carol Carole Schubert, Barbara Hayes, and Carol Shirley Key, Delores Sexton, Sue Miller, Peggy Bailey, Jean Cannon, and Wanda Hooper Beverly Poplin, Anne Bartholomew, Carolyn Sangster, Donna Woodell, Carolyn Inslee. Joyce Phillips, and CSP0nsorl Miss Legako, Credia McPherson, Carol Crumb, Imogene Haworth, Margie Nickens, Carol Smith, Barbara Douglass, llary Qxarleai Kay Shook, and Patsy Dorrell. Beadefw ffccew YELL LEADERS Carole Lee Schubert, Pat llckniel, Carol Nimerick, and Barbara Hayes OFFICERS Peggy Bailey, President, Nadine Scott, Senior Squad Leader, and Pat lloDan1el and Carole Lee Schubert Carol Nimerick Barbara Bayes, Carole Lee Schubert, and Pat McDaniel Carol N1-Duck md Barbara Buns U t Jean Cannon, Junior Squad Leader Mkkfks D n Q- New V' 5.7661 FIRST ROW SECOND ROW 'IHIRD ROW Carol Crumb, Beverly Poplin, Julia Sarasua, Hazel Johnson, Norma Tinney, Ola Mae lhvis, Barbara Hayes, Carol Nimerick, Kay Sxook, Carol Sangster, Carolyn Inalee, Sairley Key, and Avenelle .T ocoy Credia McPherson, Patty McDaniel, hrbara lhmn, Wanda Hooper. Jean Cannon, Carolyn Tinney, Anne Bartholomew, large Ann Nickens, llary Charles, Imogene Haworth, Delores Sexton, and lliss Dorothy Legako Utdvlserl Zh-ences Gallagmer, Carol Snith, h-ences Lewis, Jane Lewis, Syhle Salisbury, Alone Day, Barbara Douglass, Joyce Phillips, Carole Lee Schubert, Peggy Bailey, Nadine Scott, and Patsy Dorrell ,flaw Knight to Left, Avenelle Jocoy, President H111'16y Key, Vice President Carolyn Inslee, Secretary Carol Sangter, Treasurer Carol Nimeriok, Parliamentarzlan Barbara Hqea , Song Leader In Smook, Reporter Ola llse Ihvia, Historian N' ., cy Q, x 1 , 44. ' 9 I "' :Q W x 'S :' 'n ff5j,5 Q .P -A ' I 4 gi, ' X V 3' 0 'Q n ' .RN ,jf Po M o zu U u I O U ' fw A' X 5' Miss Dorothy Legako, Advisor IDTID: 'TOWARD IEW HORIZONSJ' The motto of Future Homemak- ers or America expresses the pur- pose of the organization-learning to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families my be better tomorrow. PURPOSES: 1. To promote appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of home- Tertile Painting is one of Hmny achievements. making. 2. To emphasize the importance of worthy heme membership. 3. To encourage democracy in home and community life. To work for good home and fam- ily life for all. 5. To promote international good will. ?"' 6. To foster the development of creative leadership in home and comxmmity life. To provide wholesome individual and group recreation. 8. To further interest in Hume Economics. liv 4. ,- yi , . "Qin v. 1- ,, ter of the IHA was Vice-Gmaiman for this Sxb-District during 1951. Sze er for the District for 1952. Margie Nickens, at Union's Chap- Miller has been elected as Song Lead- - we 3,911 IU: -K-I, v Y The girls are proud of their emblem and what it represents fl- . "-1 ' X' .' V Q .Aff ,. av ku Even didnraahing can be a pleasure. It all depends upon how you look at it. he girls are taught to dc their own lqundry, Child Care is very interesting to this group. 4 U pnniif Q l' union fi. 36. Q. FIRST ROW SECOND ROW FIRST T0 FIRST ROW SECOND ROW MAKE x fl 4.0 Nfw N4 Karen Boevers, Lillian Gilbert, Barbara Poplin Janis Felkel, Gay Dell Goodwin, Pat Hardcastle Barbara Woodward, Melva Estep, and Ioan Grayson Miss Legako lAdviserJ, Betty Austln, Lutle Clind, Karen Boevers, Lillian Gilbert, Barbara Poplin, .Tania Felkel, Gay Dell Goodmn, Pat Hardcastle, Barbara Woodward, lblva Estep, and Jodie Ckayson Miss Dorothy Legako Uudviserl, Betty Austin, Lutie Cline, Molly Hampton, Ineta Hudson, Myrtle Wvans, Donna Roberts, and Martha Sue Keen MAKER, I N rsflilfvf r X ! X O L 'N Nfw gx : 1 i I O 4-0 O p . +092 so +093 0 cl' l 74 H. ' 19 3 ffl? gt 11 EE! ' - . - n , li S: 25' U gl f "ff 'i ty 'L fir f O Z XV 7 X xx 1 ' ot fo o 4 7 Jimi' - 'e 'f f' nv Silyilwfl Q Cwwjb r I ,X It x '9- uv." WE ARE THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA We are the Future Homemalters af America Our visian is eight fold and world-wide We ask our Father in heaven To give us the strength and will To fulfill our purposes, We are learning to live more useful and satisfy- ing lives through our Future Homemaker activities. Our motto, "Toward New Horizons," expresses the purpose of our organization, to learn to live better today in order that our lives and those of our fam- ilies may be better tomorrow. We attend all meetings with sincerity of heart ana mind. We have fun while we learn. We make friends in our own school, our state, and our nation. Everyone is important in our club. Everyone xhares in the planning. Everyone shares in the doing. Everyone has a chance ta grow. For we are the Future Homemaker! of America. We fece tho future with warm eourega And high hope. x "f QV Ka 1 S afdigk J , 4-56 Blah ECOND ROW: 'IHIID ROW: FOURTH ROW: FIRST ROW l Rigxt to leftl Carolyn Inslee lPres:l dentl, Rex Randolph Wice Presidentl , J anis Felkel cS8C1'6t81'y,, Karen Boevers fReporterJ , Patty Felkel, Peggy Cosper, Melva Estep, Susan Keim, Geneva Lee, Della Has Rothrock, Patty Crawford, Doris Slaughter, Jerry Fields, and Nancy Boevers. Delores Meier, Virginia Burg, Duayne Woodward, William Loeser, Selma Crawford , Joyce Toon, Gladys Burg, Bon- nie Hawlcins, Jo Anne Stumbo, Roberta Knllman, Arlene Hull, Nancy Hamas, Almeda Hull, and Imadene Harp. Earl Roy Beatty, 'Ihomas Carnes, lbnny mtsch, Jimnw Lewis, Horace Ellis, Freddie Watts, Randy llud, Benny Wolfe, Jerry Lewis, Charles Johnson, Aubrey Drew, Jack Poplin, and Johnny Charles. Opal Elvington, Skippy Hawkins, John Lmmdy, Myrtle Estep, Virginia Lewis, Kathryn Woods, Mildred lhvis, Janette Cosper, Ernestine Andersen, Lon Anna Randolph, Beverly Turner, and Marilyn Woomvard. ell Basketball, FIRST Row B111 Cox CFootba11. fBaseball, QBasketba1l, Bllly Bob Wilson lFbotball, COACH Ml' SECOND ROW Francis M Ford, Donald Poplin Junior Johnson Donald Davis Lewis Ellis KBaseball, years years years years years years Unlon Coach for 5 years Basketball , Football, Baseball , Football, Baseball, Basketball , Fo crtball, Baseball, Basketball , 1 Football , year year year years years years year years year year 2 5 coco ooo 2 2 4 ' ooooooo 5 4 K 1 sooo ooouti 1 K l KBasketball, 4 years soosonoooti 4 K 4 K 2 : ooo: emboli 1. K 2 K 1 00 0 occur 1 ffl "' ' 'Q' ' 7A " .,: 'J LX ' IW diff .93and FIRST ROW! SECOND ROW! THIRD ROV: FOURTH ROW: Kleft to rlghtl Patty Felkel Juliana Casler, Norma Tinney, Carol Sangster Carolyn Inslee, and Shirley Key. Barbara Bumgarner Hayes, Joyce Phillips, Helen Nightingale Sue Miller, Patsy Cantrell Dorrell, Barbara Munn, Margie Nickene, Carole Schubert, Darwin Maxey, Jerry Ross, James Roy Smith Tommy Peters, Gene Gallagher, Orin Harrie, and David Cook, Jack Griffin KD1rectorD Credla McPherson, Janis Ielkel ton, Dolores Cooper, Betty Austin, Betty Ogle, James Wood- ward, Paul Nickens, Keith Woodward Carl Haywood Jimm Ogden, Wayne Lancaster Bobby Peters, Harold Gallagher Jack Boevers, Charles Hendricks, and Don Hail. Eddie Rothrock, Donald Davis, Eugene Carnes, and Mary Charles, 111 tl! 5 - I 1 I U Sarah Nightingale, Carol Smith, Karen Boevers, Delores Sex- I O Q I I 5 x' rl ,pf gl ,r QW' f W1 F ffj m Q I N -rf .Y us Union Band wins first honors in its d1V1S1Ol1 in the Marching C0I1t6St in Tulsa, October 27, Imoggene Haworth, Drum Majorette, kay L-ihoox, 1951 Y95. Sir, TUBVH 01-11' U8-UM' Beverly Poplin, and Carol Crurb, Twulers Dunng Rehearsal X., N S' 'X I ff. ? Q1 r ' v B d n Clarinet Section The Maestro relaxes HOORAY 'mat B mr -an FOEJARD MARCH! Rooster Day, 1951 Toot moot: She blows 1 ' ' , .rd 1 , I , H ' .' VH Y!!! h , A 7 I I X . x W Jiang- : Th61'8'S that BG!-ld 8881-lh What Band? Union, of course. Drum Section 1 ' .N 4. ,, ,Q 1 Trumpet Section 1'-1 34 .: 5 'P fvk . , ' J V I -.ix ' l - .1 f V ' 'A' 4 . R 5 ' - 'f Y 4 K A 2 'fp -2---F 4 1 - ,V ' A,.,, M. 12 Xi ff EN' f 'X X.. ,if Q .A w, i 7 . , ' x ' 5' 'X ,. ki. Q Q 51 JL ' . KN. , V , AEN 1 .,'I, 1' Z ia? V- X . 1:65, ef 4 H A Q if Joyce Phillips-Patsy Dorre2L1 Woodwind Section The crowd always cheers Un1on's Band as one of the outstanding bands in the Northeastern Dis- Piccolo and Flutes W trict. ww' 5: X 2 Clarinet Secuon Helen Nigltingale Harold Gellagzer -W 'STM C2522 FIRST ROW SECOND ROW 'IHIRD IDW Sue Miller, Shirley Key, Hazel Johnson, Delores Sexton, Norma Tinney, Kay Smook, Carolyn Inslee, Carole Schubert, and Joyce Phillips. Barbara llunn, Pat lloDanie1, Beverly Poplin, Carolyn Tinney, Barbara Hayes, Carol Sangster, Donna Woodell, Jean Cannon, Carol Nimeriok, and Ulirector! Mr Griffin Anne Bartholomew, Credia lIcPherson, Imogene Haworth, Margie Niekens, Carol Smith, Barbara Douglass, Peggy Bailey, Mary Gxarles Patsy Dorrell and Nadine Scott O I I Q O O I I , 1 B 1 ml -1 -i pc "N 'ir-'F'-r-K? f-5'-N in Q. f sis? -.,"'Hfz2!'Z'f-'P' 4 -rf, 1, vs-a--fm. W .aff ENZUQMA M51 m at W RSM N- gi' if Q vu " 55" W' 123: fm 45? ..- vu nl m llli 'S an ll ll e " 2' :I ll lm 3" " ll SHI!! IBB 52915 x Niki: ll il ll Q ,Q ,MQ-?gw H -S555 Lui ni A Il 4 I-- www .ns -an ,Ti A91 0 'ag 3 Nw' 1:-,Wynn ' ,ww H Ldlww on ,N nn 3 :lv s.-Q3 "M ll nn my 'sag R215 ,iuiuiilm Q uimz' LN 'Tk 24? W' QQ '-Q-Q? W ' r"'Ssmv 5 If 'S' WM -'fe M sf., x. vw -4. 4-1157, X LxW4 mme? -wzewvv 'Rh 'w9"l fav- kmwmfeefkimamgfgswxw H' Administrat 1on " -xv 2 av 44 Recre ntlon , I gil., I-on ...L Q .3 " 'swim -. s-kk R 5,5 Q -1-7 -1,1 tx'-S 'Mis Ng -1- U'-s .,..-.- Hia Cl el' Transportation Headquarters Band x Home Economics Our Pride and Joy 1. fx, X , I f ' I ?""'4' 4 X .1 J: f ' .Jw -H3 W3 .V .n--A, . 56.53 Q f A My my ff if? -f - 5 371: 5, ,. f ff' ,W-gf' , X 'V .. xv ,px 3' 1 I ,. .,.. my , vm N M V W -W '- ,Q . , , A Awww:- ,Mag +L., fr'- fina.t5aEE Squad FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD BOW fleft to rightl Carl Haywood Calvin Hudson, Jack noun-ook, Donald Poplin, B111 Cox Paul Gindt Si Evans, Orin Harris and Jim Ogden Mr Ford CCoachl Junior Johnson, Charles Hendricks Jack Boevers, Paul Nickens Thomas Woods John Bethell, Bob Wil son, and Jerry Ross Dewey Douglass Donald Cannon, Warren Drew, Sammy Levis, Donald Gilbert, Mack Rotbrock, B111 Hobbs, Levis Ellis, an Mr Grove Kfioachl f-81.01 Sanpster, the Queen of '52 Billy Bob Li sed her and thought it would do, L 1111 um Cham ,md per dllts too B111 had a better idea He ldssed he too! 3 Co-capitans, Bob Wilson and Bill Cox, escorting Hold that pgset Queen Carol, with Flower Girl, Nadine Hulsman, and Crown Bearer, Bobby Bethell, leading the way. t for ounu you shall sou, past queens, 2 and 5 Oleita Poplin 48 Barbara Munn do 'v 1 J ' v 1, 2, 3, 4! Stop! Kick! Down! 4 , and odle Casler 50. W' Ig? ' . ' " K l 1 , 1. , X J Q ' S I gg' 2' L -. son' ' - , ' . Z' i. ar Fr . I . J - . J, l qv W A f' l , N V,,V ,, In he ckjl' " 1 : ' 9 . mock that Luca! B111 Cox CILOJ, '51 fans f2ll, Jm Ogden C401 Tough down, John' Yeah man' Paul Gllldt llll, Jr Johnson 113' Iwo pu hin', Sperry' Run Bill Run' You'1.1 be penalized ' ' f ,J sfhere are youo Now that I need you' 'way Catch hm, Jack' Help! land .Tohn needed 112.5 G-015' Cha' Have you got that spirit? Carol Nimerick, Barbara Hayes, Carole Schubert, and Pat McDaniel nave. K2 1 V .mga axfwfwwaee I'IRbT ROW Si Evans, Donald Poplin, Lewis Ellis, Junior Johnson, Paul Gindt, and Bill Cox SECOND MW Bob Wilson, Clarence Townsend, Donald Cannon, Paul N-I f"i Nickens, Donald Davis, and QCOQCIID Mr Grove. it J xr PF? s' ' 2 O O n 4 'f 'A 0 1 - fff gj 4: N T 'Q I A f IP X N ..n, , 1 ' , ' . 4 5 . x 'Uwmtg Donald Davis, Senior Dmald poplm, Senior 388330383-1, 2 YOU! Basketball, 1 year .Ttmior Johnson Senior f Bob Wilson, Senior B8Bk0'5bHl1n 4 Year! Basketball, 4 years B111 cu, senior Dmald Gilbert, Sophomore Baskntball, 2 you-n Bvbtball, 1 your Pm Gum, Junior I-Wil Ellis. Serum' Basketball, 2 years Basketball. 1 year Pm Nielsen., sopmm-. S1 rum, .rumor Bukstball, 1 your Basketball, 2 yours Dcnald Cannm, Sophomore 0 B Twmsond, .Tunica- Buketball, 1 your Basketball, 1 you 53ffzam FIET RCW Charles Orsburn, Nelvin Harris, Darwin llaxey, Carl Haywood Donald Shook, Calvin Hudson, Bobby Peters, and Hay Orsburn. SECOND R071 Jerry Ross, Charles Hendricks, James Woodward, .Tack Boevers Wayne Lancaster, David Cook, and Jim Vestal. THIRD ROW Don Hail, Emomas Woods, Hoy Walker, Donald Gilbert, and Dewey Douglass. KS QQ T' ' Q g, 'il' X , W ' 33cm FIRST IDW SECOND ROW ,A Qfioachl U-r Grove, Patty lIcDania1, Kay Sxook, Barbara Hayes, Carol Crumb, Beverly Poplin, and Virginia Hull. llargie Nickans, Patsy Don-ell, Ruby Kelly, Nadine Scott, Barbara Douglass, and Carol Nimeriok 5 t 9 X Y Q NF 5' 'Uafmfq Carol Crumb, Sophomore Kay mock, .Tunior Basketball, 1 year Basketball, 2 years Beverly Poplin, Sophomore Margie Nickens, .Tlmior Basketball, 2 years Basketball, 5 years llary Charles, Junior Barbara Hayes, Senior Basketball, 1 year Basketball, 4 years Barbara Douglass, Freshman Barbara Douglass, Freshman Basketball l year Basketball, 1 year um- Ann N1 ke 531, moat B' carol num-ink Carol Nmeriox, sonar Barbara HW' Basketban, 4 years H1-din' got' ff Patsy Dorrell Nadine Scott Carol N1l1B1'1f'k ll il 1 v l I 1-J KL-ll 11 :W 'Nr 1 Q Q I1 'Ill Beverly Poplin Basketball, 2 years Margie Ann Nickenn Nadine Scott., Senior Beverly Poplin Nm if - lg' .tb "ya .' 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I Y ' ws x""A rl 1 ' viii' fd-7' U -Q A If 'N Y. r xl - .D I' 1, . '- -A' r 4-H12 '!v44"f3"34 ' 2' .- ..pA?7L' 'ff' " 5 wi .r. ,kAi2i.+fN,,x- Jugs:-Q K Q1 4 ,-'vxfxh 'fjQ'fg",- Q ': 1 wlivvh-fi-0.4 'Hurd Grade's Valentine Program ,.,- ,iff ..,.,.,r .-.-J' ' Y To Assembly we will go A' . LQ Our buses number tour , ,Lx V V , A -- s Qc' " fi ' N V -1 Salle . 3 Ig: j iii' 'X ,i " , ' ' 'X' "A' ' 'F' ' " Third Grade presents Valentine Plqy fi F- Democraey in Szop Classes lee L1 orellans enjoy readlnb too o per and Cantrell, clean up men .44 ride the bus to school. -Q: -L, 1-1 J Our Cafeteria serves sl R , 1 xi. ,I ' A, X Batter up! Plav Ball! FFA Project! Grade Children enjoy the V 4 F' .4 '5.g.+53'..4 .- V-ri ' 3413- Y um rf I ffl 'x ' 9 i ff 5 uholesome food. Irs. Pitson announces All-School Queen Sr. King campus during a snowstorm. .7!arougll JK? 0 e 3 C5 EMD X :Nik Q 'fha 0.23 o l gf' 3 X a 'vw 42, 9 Qc inn . - ,Z Q A K 12' - Q 13 , - ' ' 2 1 YM n - S X ff I 'N I, ,I v T L' 3' A ' L4 'K f x ' Q C, .f 'x ai ' Q , X X .4 do x X E51 44 X 4: 2235555 1 F f f , fs .X K? ,f - J A: fy :a wk 44 1 ,T I , L. X I K f. ,ly . ,lg Q X L X X 2 Z, Ya l X QM K ,a X x 8 L . , X M 3 rg. A f , 1 h 5 t ' -5 mf mf FF' nf, . -uv! N W . 'LJ 1 .s ' xi J J .. lf D -I 5 -Wag f , if ,, "xv 3 mx Y '1 ' .. W Q . Z "" Y HWY 4 FW Gi! Q 52' MJ WEB pa? 25 AX MQW X 1,36 Wm X 9 f ifm N af "5 .fx x 1 C T 51' 5 I Jim X ,L i i, fa! 1 J "' .y fr I ' , I 3 1 I ' K-3 1 ,' - 6 ' A .5 4' - " .. -I 15 ' F 1 ,A 'J' 1' ' ' is X I 4 In x I 1. V K 3 ki' ' 'ff 'N:- 'I X 3 X ' L' Z QQ iw 1- x ws 'f f f' f ' Y 2 O' . Z! , , A ,ng u 4 .lg f M XM A f . 3 i fy-9' - i QJ oi' 3 'HAZ 99 'AXA Q, W S if ' f , 15 A M15 1- ir' ' 5. 9? 'A ' . ' -Q x ., ' "ull ' 73 . 'f .' ' f ,f '. I W R gi E y l gh' 4 r V I , . rx A 5- S' . 'I i . . ,l s ff' 0 . xy, I' Us Q " KJ 9 x xx ' . - YA rx '11, f - , S," a v I iv: .J 1 ' 3 ge . six Q?" --71' X nf X f ' " A l XB X ' - Vai' , Q if , -f '25-' ' , Q ' I , A 1 E - f x K x W. ki! K Q D 2 Y xr x 5,-'Air' N .sin-Jlfy 0 .W Xrf mf if gm f Q ? vb -ffwfpfww It 15 a rainy afternoon in Lay, 1960, exactly ten years slnce the day the class of '52 tripped across the stage at 'Dear Ole Union Hi' to receive that coveted diploma, their pass port to future success and happiness As I sit thumbing through my 'keasure Chest of '52 memories of old classmates flood my nund, and I f1nd myself wondering where they are and what they are dolng. I seem to be under a mystical spell for 71810118 begin to appear as if from the pages of my Yearbook ho is this I seeo None other than Nadine Scott Nad1ne's ambition was to become a nurse, and she fell in love with her very first patient Sze is taking care of him for life. She and her husband own a irdle factory, the motto of which is A Squeezy Girdle for the stretch that pleases ' Their business is holding up quite well 'Ihat handsome Play Boy with the diamond studded tieclasp Dean Haywood, the leading cattleman of the country His dream of millions began during his high school life and his interest in cattle made it come true. Iho is that Gigolo with him? Why 1t's Lewis Ellls Lewis always was a lad1es' man, so he went to India directly after graduation so he could have as many wives as he wanted imagine fifteen wives, wow' 'me driver of that Cadillac looks a little famil1ar Yes, it is Donald Poplzn. He just drives the Cadlllac on special occasions, the zest of the tlme he drives the car of his choice Just like the good old days at Union Vhat is all that racket? 'Ihy it' s a Republican NClIl1I18tlDg Conventlon, and that attrac tive redhead maklng the acceptance speech is none other than our mm Carolyn Inslee, who has just been nomlnated as the Republlcan candidate for Pres1dent of the United States the first woman ever on a presidential ticket If anyone can get 1n the White House on a Republican ticket, Carolyn can She got thls burnlng d9S1I'6 to become Presldent while studying her fav orite subject, American History, back at her dear Alma Mater, Union H1 Daddy from one army camp to another since Darrell decided to make the army his career Just for the records they w1ll Soon have an even dozen You know, 'Cheaper by the Dozen," and they always were so economical ho is that charming matron wlth her? Mrs Freddy Dorrell and her little scn, Freddy Jr But what is she doing with that soap and water? Oh no' It seems that Junior just can't help repeatlng words he hears his father say, so it keeps Pat busy washing his mouth with soap and water Is that Bob Uilson out on the mound warnung up for the big League game? Yes, Bob is an All Star athlete now, but he is still the modest boy he was in high school He always blushes when the crowd cheers Among the spectators for the game, I see Junior Johnson, his wife and three children Remember Junior used to brag how no mere woman would ever catch him 'Jhat' a big laugh now. It seems that he doesn't tell quite so many big tales now since that little brunette really shows him who is boss A lovely lady and a violin! Jhy Carol Nlmerick' Carol still displays her musical ta lent, but she now plays the violin, her first great love Sas is booked to play a Concert in Carnegie Hall as "Delores and her bewitching violin " Uhat's that glgantlc roar overhead? Why it's an enomous American Airline Conveyer It takes a lot of muscle to handle one of those babies. Wait' 'Ihe Pilot! Carole Schubert, the snallest girl of the class of '52 S19 now flies a regular run from New York to Honolulu. Carole got her trainlng whlle flying high back at dear ole Union Now I see the largest University in Oklahoma Sxrprise, surprise' Donald Davis is their Professor of Mechanical Engineering Donald's him school dream has come true. Wait' 'Ihe Sxorthand Genius of the century, Virgil Harp, is also on their staff. Virgil has invented a new simplified version of shorthand which has rocked the nation The only thing wrong is the fact that no one has been able to read it as yet. Mrs. Archie Hooper' Juanita and Archie are really in the money now. You see, they own a mink farm and the whole family, all six of them, dress in minks from head to toe. even the baby wears the cutest little mink diapers I always thought that only politicians' wives in hashington wore mink coats' Flash! Marge Woods, Ace Detective, cracks the baffling jewel robbery case that has bothered New York Police for weeks. Yes, the same blonde blue-eyed lhrgie of the class of '52, This proves the theory that you should never xmderestimate the powers of a woman. An other headllnel Union High has best football team in the country. It's coach is Bill Cox Bill has just been voted the outstanding football coach of the year. 'Harough the mist I see a magnificent skyscraper. On the top floor is a lavish pent house apartment Whom do you suppose lives there? Joyce lhillips and her husband, the Count of MB1'1b01'0uQ On the side, Joyce is running a 'Lonely Hearts Club." No Profits. Now a vast expanse of water comes into view, and I see a small object bobbing up and down. Why it's Avenelle Jocoy, the Ml American Olympic swimming champion, attempting to will the English Channel for the tenth time. "Happy Swimming," Avenelle I hear faint strains of a Latin-American melody. Why 1t's the blonde bambshell of Ha- vana. Sie has her mn band, and 'wow' can she shake it. It's our own Peggy Bailey, known to her audience as Carmelita San Juan. Who'd have thought that all it would take is a bottle of peroxide. 'Ihe music fades! My vision clears! Happy landing to aJ.l our classmates of '52, I i s . " I ' U '-That! No! Yes it is! htrs. Darrell Hayes and her eleven offspring. 'lhey are following . sy . . s , .. O 4.7603 In Septerber 1948, an adventurous crew of tv enty three boys and girls boarded the ri ate Slip, '-'CDSKllv, to begln thelr erploratwns of the 'Sea of Educat1on," in search of treasures 'Dae REDSICDNS crew were John Krachey, Carole Schubert, James Kindley, Barbara Bumgarner, Donald k.V1S, Carol n Inslee, Bobby Cleveland, Pat y Cantrell, Junior Johnson, Carol Nunericlc, Bob 'ilson, Joyce Phlllips, Howard Sparks, Mildred Baumer, Nadine Scott, Jmmy Parnell, Peggy Balley, 'lleddy Drew, Juanita Bowes, Jzunmy Ogden, Lewis Ellis, A211516 Ioods, and Bill Cox Miss Myra Whitehead was the Captain on this first lap of the journey The famous island of General lhth, the English Isles, Oklahoma History and C1vic Lakes, time nconomlcs and AQ'1Cl1lt11l'8l Deltas were the scenic points of 1nterest Our f1r t rest was between Freshman and Sophomore Islands Durlng thls time, we couJ.d recall many honors that had befallen our studious group Adrural Jack Griffln was elected to steer our course through the channels of Sopho more Islands Two of our classmates, Bobby Cleveland and Jimmy Parnell, left us to sail upon another sh1p heir places were promptly filled by Mack Ibthrock, Clara Jordan, Dean Haywood, and V1rg1l Harp As we journeyed on our way, we lost Peggy Bailey to a ship on another course Sclence Mountains, Home Economlcs and Agricultural -lenders of the sea Typing Deeps were explored by some e found thls part of our journey quite interesting Under the guid ance of Admral Griffin, we learned many things of great importance as educational tres sures As th1s lap of our Journey slowly faded from vlev , pleasant memories of long and patient hours of study are among our souvenirs we realized that we were ready to ex ploro Junior Islands Durlng our adventures on Junior Islands, we lost Mildred Baumer who salled away on the Sea of Matrimony Clara Jordan embarked upon a ship on a different cour e Teddy Drew went to sail the high seas with Uncle Sam's Army 'Bless losses were partially com pensated by the addltions of Avenelle Jocoy and Donald Poplln Admiral Griffin and Stew ardess Stephenson were now steering our course Our crew displayed its dramatic talents in the Junior Play, BROTHERS OF KZLINDA We honored the Seniors of '51 with a sophisti cated evening at a Night Club Bancuet, which was held in the Redskin Ballroom Many happy memories are ours as a result of this lovely occasion We further explored the English Channel and Typing Deeps, then journeyed throug1 Biology Bay and the Home Economics and Agricultural Straits Another rest period, then we embarked upon Senior Seas on the last lapse of our ex ploratlons of the High School world We set sail for the famed island of our trip the Isle of GRADUATION On this delightful cruise, we regained Peggy Bailey, but lost Jim Ogden to another crew. Mack Pbthrock was lost in the Sea of Matrimony Barbara Bumgarner and Patsy Cantrell decided to follow the Sea of Matrimony, but remained with our crew for the rest of our Jo1u'ney Admiral Griffin and Stewardess Pitson were our guides on this mportant lap of our explorations 'mere were nineteen boys and girls with us this time As we viewed this energetic group, we realized that Donald Ihvis, Barbara CBumgarnerl Hayes, Patsy lCantrelll Dorrell, Junior Johnson, and Carolyn Inslee have stayed an the same course for thelr entnre twelve years explorations of the Educational World. Many were our struggles to s.1ccessful.ly cross over Shorthand H6iQ1t , Typing lbep , Biology Bay, and the Hans Economics and Agricultural Oceans. The Wonders of the Seas of Mechanical Drawing and Smop proved interesting to some of the crew Many other important points of :Lnterest were touched during this lap of the voyage Se.n1or Rlngs and Pictures, Semor Play, Junior and Senior Banquet, Baccalaureate, Senior Sneak Day, Commencement, and many others Finally, we reached the famed Island of GRAIIIATION. Rejoicing and yet some sadness prevailed. We had all had happy times and hard time together during our explorations. .Ve realized that som we would part from our loyal friends and classmates, beloved faculty and sponsors, and all those happy times we had had together as high school boys and girls. wsu-e gone now to scatter our seeds of knowledge and wisdom to the Four Winds of Destiny. May Fate be kind to each of us as we explore the unknows of Tomorrow. I " .1 1 -- l P l A Y . . . , V . . .4 . Y S , ' Y. ' . L' 1' . - I ' A v1 . . . . ' . S . . . I . I. . - O . I . . O O We explored such places of interest as Algebra Caves, the Bhlglish Channel, General . . .. . 0 . Q " . ., - I I iv . 1" - O s S 0 . . . - I , ,. . , 4 I . A I ' 'i 0 un: . I O I I I s s O I Y A 462 Je, the Class of '52, School of Union, County of 'lblsa, State of Oldahoma, not too sound 1n mind, belng 1n good physlcal condition and much better temperament than usual do hereby make this our last w1ll and testament, rendering vo1d and of no avail any for 'ner will or wills that may have been made by us durlng a period of temporary optimism. To our deal Ole Alma Mater, we leave the peaceful quiet caused by our absence, and all honors and records of achlevement that may have been ours during our sojourn here as well as those we may ga1n in the future To Mrs Pltson and Mr Griffin, we bequeath our sincere 'thanks and appreciation for thelr understandlng and slncere gL11dBI1C6 durlng our hlgh school years Patsv Dorrell, mll my ab1l1ty to hook a man and keep him to Barbara Munn lBe on your best behavior, Barbara J Nadlne Scott, will my attraction for college men to Kay Shook Hhe more the merrler D J'un1or Johnson, w1ll my ab1lity to stay footloose and fancy free to John Bethell fYou don't have a chance now, Sue D Carol Nlmerick, will my place 1n front of the mlrror to Hxby Kelly iLots competltlon there, Ruby J Joyce Phllllps, w1ll my ab1l1ty to keep my nose to the grlndstone to Aaron Bell fDon't wear your nose out, Aaron J Le 113 Ellle, wlll my curly halr to C B Townsend llry a Tonl, Clarence J L.BI'g16 Woods, w1ll my phllosophy of l1fe "S1lence is Golden" to Orin Harms Carolyn lnslee, will my abllity to become Valedlctorlan to Sh Evans lDust off those books, S1 J Avenelle Iocoy, w1ll my whlte saddle oxford to Carol Crumb CI prefer Suinola Donald Davis, w1ll my flles of al1b1s to Orm Harms lKeep those f116S straight Orln J one Illler Uust one year to go, Sue J Bob Ullson, Wlll my muddy roads to Aaron Bell on hls dates lGet stuck, boy I Dean Haywood, w1ll my angelic erpress1on to De ey Dougless lIt has a better effect, De.'ey I Carole Schubert, w1ll my love for Luttens to Mary Charles f'IheJ are less ex pensive to feed than horses, Mary J Peggy Ba1ley, w1ll my sedate, lady like manner to P t McDan1el lG1ve it a try, Pat J Donald Poplln, will my bashfulness to Jack Rothroclc Klt gets them every time I .Tuanlta Bowes, w1ll my ab1l1ty to get American Hlstory to 'Janna Hooper lS'tart dlgglng, wanda J V1rg1l Harp, w1ll my ab1l1ty to woo the women to Mgene Carnes KI ca.n't tell you the secret, Bugene I Bill Cox, will my football Slllt to Donald Stokum CYou w1ll have to run fast, Stokey D do hereby name ana appolnt as the executors of thls, our last w1l1 and testament our class advisors, Mrs Pitson and Mr Griffln ln Iltness whereof ve, the Class of 1852, have set our hand and seal on thls 16th day of May in the year of 1952. WWSSQMW Wei! Z4-we A, Baca I . . . . ' . . , I, , . . . . I, ' . I, . , . . I, ' . ' ' . of I, . . . V . . . . I, ,A . .i . . . . . . . I, , . I. . . . . D I, 1 . . . . . I, -' ' ' s . .J I, Barbara Hayes, will my place as a permanent fixture for the last twelve years to I, . . . O . I, . - . w . I, . . . Y - I, A . . - a . . . I, ' ' - o o I, . ' , . . . . I, , . I, . I. . . . , ' I ' 2- . I, ' . ' We ' ' ' , O O O ' , I X , 5 g , f W ' L, ,- , f D fx .nl-.pany Wi? M 6 Q fi F ZEIESSIK P'5"" ...f5hr,.f? Q' Q, Irv X if ,,.:-""' Sum il! GYPSY! :Iii fl 170 K x,- XA 5 rX"1 5045 ' pf: S' 'L tw 'f cu 'A :YA Z. Q 5 i Q .L . cz . . e , 2 , Y 5' 3 H r-- . ' , -A V 1 r., , k 1' " x , W - 'Ar X 4 . 1 X t ' , V' y ' y 1 'iffgff ' f , ,4- . ' ff' Aff' - .2 V A if ' A f . P" , I V U Q K 5.5- .Q V ,1 N , . i 1 1. 3' 1-1, A 1 ' V x gf F M,E,....-.,.. 1 :L ' A , Q , P I lm ,W fffillll.-xxx" Q1 . g 6 A -W rw , - Y.-- 1-- , KA A 1 if ' . , ' 41 , 'w 3 Vf f f .. - , "' . 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We Give Gold Stamps IJNSECKER S POWER SPRAVER5 FARM MACHINERV M ILKERS AND .SEPARA TOR5 LLY TRACTOR AND I MPLEMENT COMPANY 105r N Lewis TULSA OKLAHOMA RKANSAS ALLEY ,,fg1?jjfg'gggj A GOOD PLACE TO BORROW A SAFE PLACE T0 DEPOSIT TI lsx Com COLA n0'r'r1wc. COMPANY K M Rowe Pres1dent A M Lawq Vxce Presxdent C L I F F Q R D B A K E R Y W E Laws Vlce Premdent Roy F Smxth Cafahler F P u- d H e-M cl Bead. Mlldred Brown Dlrectol W 590018111 BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING CAKE Member Federal Deposrt Insurance Corporatlon phgn, 5.5757 1150 Soufh H,,.,,,id aomsn u om umonm or me coca con comrmv sv Y I I ST E A N K fha Zfefrdiig - q,. A... Iwi'-Qin III'I"'II5I TIQLIEI ,sf5"iQ .Em 5' I T',"fK"1 15- " C VA' I :ai I , 9! If ,J E, My DRINK EPS! 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FOR' I1 I Inmllhiliill i Q 901 W Third Phone 3 0191 TULSA, OKLAHOMA BAKER IVIARKFT Phone 92 9165 K 6500 East 11th TUISL OKLAHOMA MOODY IMPLEMENT COMPANY F J-f Jorm IQ Danni: Adrmrol Sr Lewls Phone 2 6930 Tulsa Oklahoma Xi? E WTTTT'-2' if I I'I nov Heruucxs coMPANY csc: 4615 E I3TI"I Place 'Lw,,,ubj:?iE: A Tulsa, Oklahoma 5EE:i.,iT1iii..5 New Portable Typewrufers Rebuult Offuce Typewrufers TKKYW A gf . . E A-I 'S' , l I UW- 1'1" - E -.1 la, I T' In ff'-2 " ,. 'Q E' I . ' . ' I III I I 51- Q-,Tfi VJ. ll . Q. In I b I li J.: "A INTEL . b 1 f A A fi ws. if, . , I ., . . ' r I I I' I . I 4 . A f I I I. ' ' ' l 2 ww ., ' , 'SF I v' I H Iiiifr IIT , 3" ' - Q 5 II iff-15253114 I H 5 5 V. 5 A fr xi f If ELLA! ' v ,f fan L' -15 . 5-5. Z ip! ' 1- P", A - .V 445 'J-Q Ififff.-T ' 'C ' gv :PL 'A .V-:ga--' ,I ' .. . 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V o I V K- L I 7 J I . . . t I 1 ' ' A : , T . tt j- ,,,,.nf5t E L If ' A L, A GENE NILL BODY HOP YOU SMASH 'EMI WE FIX 'EMI Phone 217 BROKEN ARROW, OKLAHOMA CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORSY DIXO LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER PAINT HARDWARE ALL TYPES OF BUILDING MATERIALS 3225 S HARVARD TULSA OKLAHOMA Trade mn. connae-Ice at me ECONOMY CENTER FRUIT OF THE LOOM PIECE GOODS READY TO WEAR SHOES EOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 310 s Mm Broken Arrow Oklahoma Congratulations Graduates' AS YOU SAIL A LITTLE FARTHER ON THE SEA OF LIFE Seek Ye FIrst the Kungdom of God and Hrs Rrqhteousness ond all these thmgs shall be Odded unto you MATTHEW 6 33 The Assembly of God Church James C Dodd Pastor Detrort ond Mom Streets Broken Arrow Okla The Church Thot Loves Young People TEEL S SERVICE STATION CompIete Automotlve Servuce 24 Hour Wrecker Servrce Day Phone 255 Nnte Phone 6892 Broken Arrow Oklahoma Everett Poplm, Contractor PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING 6128 S Madnson Tulsa Oklahoma Bob Dunnlng Jones, Inc Ferguson Tractor and Implement Co 1402 12 S Lewls Phone 6 3660 9 3206 Tulso 4 Oklohomo R BILL BAKER'S For AII Your Clothmg Needs Phone 7 4591 South Mom Strect Broken Arrow Oklo . 1 , . 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