Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

 - Class of 1953

Page 1 of 92

 

Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1953 Edition, Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1953 volume:

il ' ' 5 . 'E R Q , - 'Q .-5.5 'x lx 5 w N 1 f" "Yf! f' - " gn . ' ' "' ' ' :LJ '. ' " f"""""S M P ' 1 'published by The Senior lass of men -'l' Memories, memories, dreams I love so true, O'er Ike sea o memories I'm dri ting bark ' f , f Q Cbildbrjsdyglgs, wildwood days, among 1953 the birds and bees, You left me alone, but you're my own Irr my beautiful memories. 017610027 HOPE that if in future years you dust o this book and once more turn through its pages you may again in your memory be brought back to wander through Union High School If at that distant time the sight of these pictures gives you a way toward achieving its aim There are no doubt errors in such an undertak ing they are always inevitable We can only trust that you will be open minded in your judgment May this book be a lasting reminder of happy days good friends and pleasant places We gwe you the 1953 Mgyngrggf TH E STAFF WE ' , ' , ff thrill of recognition, this book will have gone a long J .,..-v- ll ll ll .3 I lil Ill Ill ll! vu Ina -,,,,,,,,...-:ur-fe::"'4-W'-'I' and A -f-.Si ,x..E ' afgr ..we'9"' 5' W Administratlon -NA 7' Sr- 'Ph- 'UW H 1.- Q "4-v-.-P 1'4" 1- Q' 4"'5'3 r ""'?" 'fh- al- 14- I am A31-Mnvsiz 'Qs .ag Recrezxtion ,gi- 1-7-Q, mam- " Y "?-'Ivan -1?":2' 'S ww Transport '1t1on Headquarters Band .qv ' ' A , .. 1 V - ' 'Z.'J.-'f-1 1--s'1"' Y A - , V 1 U ,1 - - . . v, an "' f .., M M 'K .. M 4 I s uf .... ,. was H 7 1, 5 xl lv A' I ll f V '7"" :nv ,nn H if 'N , 15 sl ll 2 .2 1, -gm 1 ' ' x i ,..,,.:. uw'-2: - ..- .. .- ll .- K - 3' 'Q -K Ng . M- fc...-- - A f . - , A P ,. f- ...iq-vq:u ' ., ,Af ,,,,,..,. Q -'V -f ,f 'Ia k,. .,. - .,,..- -A-:V-. , .3 ' v ' :sys ff - , f ..,, A-V :iff - - -' Lf -Z. V' '- - - f .f .,.. '- . Lf: - ' G-g. ., ' '51 ff EF- V .. . H - -' --.fh1",'s," .ff-ff-0,-ff!---. mi , ' , ' - V , ,- 5,3 -ww f . - . ' :A fi.. .HM ' "' 'Xt' f P-,Q A L . 'if li' n r - '5 I - ,f - - ,nj 44, L . - "1 n I I 'E ' f 5i..1-..,-.- . 1 ... ..., ,T " " "fi -N , v ""' 'K'-.-1.5.0 . ' ' ' N ' - - - i - - - "' - .,. .. . .' I , ' , --'tzlhv' '- gy- j.f1h..j',: C , Q - - , 'r. f "4-- Y '..L . ,. Q 'H w.......' 'A - N' -: -, -r :ff , A ':.f3'4f.,4? 7--L " -- ., I ' ,. A X .- x-. s. ' ' I X ' , - i f 'Y -in Map- f ' 'r , A ' -, --.....- :..,-- - - " A f .. V V , I A Lv . ,.,,, ., l Q b ... ' .9 Q , ,N - t K - 'fav -5'--nl. . 4 g- km -' , K -- .Y iff 1 4 3- N - Aff..- 1 . ,' 1 N '-. 1 5 . A W- - '45-Z, -, 4- -. . -, ..,, . .. , x -K X -' F., . - 1 V N ,I . A , V A,,- I " 'Q "x."-,- 1 'A ' f . - .,, . N , H - 1 7 Jing :gg mdk' Mui fwf- E SlCe?bAu G1 ia I fpfi GUNS' X' .I L Z F. fi' EA 5 75 Classes f iw? gf Q' ff is ZA! J q,.,...., on cms Q l ro ' WW 'ISS F Queen 'vote F09 Kd' 4' 14:13 Q 12 fl' or . D l s- Q W3 9 oi'ba ll P i X 1 4'Cfb df ,WL ,XMI 7 il4L"l0Uf w ill ,I 4 ? ff: '-' .2 fig ' 1 WW X f U' future Home!! '. QKCYS P' X, edwa , Our Haven of Education, Union School is governed by five civic mlnded locally prominent citizens THE BOARD OF EDUCATION They are left to right Kseatedl Mr L O Flud, Vice- President, Mrs Guy Miller, Clerk, and Mr. T W Peters, Presi dent KStandingJ Mr hrl Davis, and Mr Earl Tinney, Members The responsibilities of the school rest upon their shoulders By means of the1r time and services for which they receive no compensation, the many improvements in our educational facilities are made possible THEY DIRECT OUR DESTILIES! It is with sincere appreciation that we, the Editorial Staff of MEMORIES of 1953, express thanks for the entire student body for their judicious handling of the business of the school and for their success in making our way easier and more beneficial by hmm- bly d9QlCBtiBg this YEABBOOK in their honor help us whether our problem is that of finding a reference book for a Term Paper or some lotion to soothe a case of poi son ivy They have given most liberally of both time and energy to help with our many activities, our problems have been their problems, and we have always felt that they have been more than administra. tors they have been 'one of us' as well Mr Schubert and Mr Grove always maintain a vital interest in the soholas tic standing of Union School and are con stantly seeking methods by which to lm prove the curriculum to fill the needs of the greater number of the Student Body There is an inclination to take their work for granted, but a little reflection brings an awareness of their contributions to the school, as well as the community as a whole We wish to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to two won derful persons- Mr Schubert our Superin . 6 Principal Mr. 0. G. Schubert SUPERINTENDENT Step into the office of either of our administrators and more than likely you will find them busy at the Job of seeing that the various phases of admin- istering and maintaining an efficient school system are functioning correctly. 'Sounds natural doesn't it! 'Has the last bell rungt' 'May I have an Admit Slipt' 'Did somebody turn in my history bookl' 'May I be excused fourth hour for a dentist KT? appointmentt'-and hundreds more. You know them all. But our Super- intendent and our Principal patiently and efficiently answer them all. We as students have always found that these two are always ready and willing to Robert B Grove High School Principal I I U Hr. 5 . , 1 tendent, and Kr. Grove Our H1 h School L Mrs Lena Pitson Business Education Yearboox Sponsor Mrs La Vena York Voc dome Economics H A Sponsor "X Mr Earl H Burton Mathematics Sophomore Sponsor ,Q X v inf! Mr Wm H Neese Inaum-181 Arts Senlor Sponsor 'A' is B111 Swim HT' nc Coach was , Junior sponso Mr. George Boevers Mr All ' e Voc. Agriculture Engl n CO! F. F. A. Sponsor F,-,six ' SP90Ch n 5P0nsor LHALAL Ai Parent: and Teachvr celetra+e Founde day 'Q What NOV KPROFI vtuQ1ODS aren't they? 9111811 ,qv I- lui 111 WI Q 'IL Y Y' Jgiif 41. Don't let tue sun get in youl eye 5 Fu- 40" ROIBBO hr chuocrt off guara fufroduczng the Senzvr Glass Mr Wm H Neese, Sponsor Orin Harris, Vice-President Margie Nickens, Treasurer Sarah Nightingale, President Kay Shook, Sgcrgtgry Memories of our school days at Union High have been enriched by the guidance and counselling of our beloved sponsor, Mr. Wm H Hesse For the past two years, our problems have been his pro blemsg our Joys his Joys: our disappointments his dlsappolntments Mr. Reese, the members of the Senior Class wish to take this opportunity to express our thanks and appreciation for your untir- ing efforts on our behalf. You will always be at the top of our list of pleasant Memories. PAT MCDANIEL Yearbool Editor... Mixed Chorus ...... N-H ..... ......... . Basketball ........ Glee Club... .... Pep Club .... .... F. H. A .... ....... Cheerleader. ...... -I l flu SUE MILLER Yearbook Staff... Annual Queen ..... Cheer Leader ..... Mixed Chorus ..... Junior Play .... .. Glee Club. ....... Pep Club... .... Bandeeeeeee eos I. H. L.... M-H....... - SARAH NIGHTINGALE Clase Preeideut...1 Band Queen ........ 1 Yearbook Staff .... 1 Mixed Chorul ...... Band.. ............ 2 1. H. ...,E Pep C1ub.... ....h N Glee Club... .... HO MAS MAI TINNIY Claes V. President... Yearbook Staff. ...... Band Queen ........... Basketball Queen. .... Mixed Chorus ......... Junior Play. .... ... J OHN BETHELL Yearbook Staff...1 Mixed Chorus. .... 1 Office ....... ....l Annual King ...... l 1 Junior Play ..... .1 1 F. F. A .......... 2 1 Honor Society .... U 1 Football. ........ U 1 M N B M 1 M-H. ......... ... Band ....... ... Pep Club... ... I. H. A.... ... MARGIE ANN NICKENS Treasurer ......... 1 Yearbook Steff....1 Junior Play ....... 1 Band Queen ........ 1 Drum Majorette .... 1 Vice-President .... l M-H ............... 1 Honor Society ..... 3 Mixed Chorus ...... 2 Basketball ........ 3 Pep Club .... .... 3 Glee Club... ....B Band ....... .... F. H. A .... .... M 1.1, 11F"-Y KAY SHOOK Class Secretary Class Treasurer Am Legion Award Yearbook Staff Shorthand Award Office Junior Play Tvirler Pep Club Baskertball Honor Society Glee Club GRIN HARRIS Class V President Class President Band President Mixed Chorus Junior Play Yearbook Staff Football M-H Presldent WARREN DAEW Yearbook Staff l Mixed Chorus Football I JODIE SARASUA Yearbook Staff Baseball JACK ROTHROCK Yearbook Staff Basketball Baseball Mixed Chorus Band I Football PAUL ROBLRT GINDT F F A President Class President Yearbook Staff Junior Play Mixed onorus Baseball football Basketball f 1' DOH HAIL Ig l' H A President Yearbook Staff 5, Mixed Chorus ,,-,,, Juni or Play Basketball 'N-,I Baseball BOB IEUNAHD Yearbook Staff Mixed Chorus Football I' 00 A i .4-ni' l' Band IUWN xv-"' HAZIL JOHHSOH Yearbook Staff Junior Play Mixed Chorus Glee Club Pep Club H SI NAIS Yearbook Staff Mixed Chorus Junior Plq Football.. ...... . Baseba11.... . .J4 Basketball ..... .lb I. I. A ..... .... lc HIGH! CARHIS Yearbook Staff. . .1 Mixed Chorus. . . . .1 Junior Play ...... 1 I. I. A. ......... 2 3 mdeeeeose girl FRANCES GALLABHER Yearbook Staff Glee Club Pep Club , 1 ., X i gal i "' Y I 4 f I c A '19 fur - . MARY CHARLES Yearbook Staff Mixed Chorus. . Junior Play Basketball Band Psp Club H Glss Club 'iuihi ll' CLARENCE TOWHSEND Yearbook Staff Basketball . Baseball . football ' V 4 x A ,X .mum mapa! ah Q Yearbook Sta!! B8lkltb8l1e uf--,x 1 l'L0lS ROGERS Yearbook Staff Basketball "'k 'iii' N Choral Club E JAMIS CALVIN Office . .. . ns:-book scarf 1 Z: gp I NX f ABCHII HOOPIR Yearbook Stat! l Baseball I agp? """"'1 'waufd yacc .7 naw N J Hem J adagf The prim hiss Frances +-. 4 1 'N Bcoms, 01-ir. Baby Doll, Margie I3on't Pont, Dagene 4 l.. 21 Ride 'em Cowboy, Sarah Want a Tan, .mm CLTIL PIE, Jack 1 avi' -'QQ yi I Want my Da DG. MU? wants Fight, Paul Where axe YOU- D'-le ...gui Bashful , Patty Umm Good Kay My Doe: and I. C B Baby Face' H5261 ' Happy B1l'thd85n Norma. U If mf ff , I,-. im 6 I 1 -1 I . Q . .,- ' f Miss Dorothy Legako, Play Sponsor A Pep Meeting Just Before Curtain Time Junior Play 'COMIH' BOUN' THE MOUNTAIN' Ella LOD, clgggeng Hjgrthj z0k0 zeke KPaul cmaw Pa K0rin Herrin Curly CJohn Bothell 'x J Senior Class enjoy an even1ng of pleasure i 1 'Q- 1, V . F-ll ' .u IA Sponsors: Miss Dorothy Legako Mr. V. H. Reese JUNIOR - smuon BANQUET 1952 THBAE: "Hitch your Wagon to a Stan" x Ja 9 a .A -1 , ' I e 6 ,xvl lo rg ' xo . ' I fv , A X ': ' , aff f X , h D L x 1 ' ' 'W d v wan t ,.,, reases, Aren't They Cute! I o B of ' Y E ' , . X . 2.2 , X ' 3 ,X 'K I The Cooks behind the Scene 4 V 'K .Q .5 I 'a SE ? :rj Lu. 5 4 mir' . L MS 'T' URS-A5bz'm'ng graduate! of 79 4 Beverly Poplin Paul Nickens Carol Sangster ,-l .-7 ,Q .4 bra k Ruby Kelly Secretary Shirley Key V President Bill Hobbs, President Dewey Donglesa Treasurer Harold Gallagher Carol Smith Donald Gilbert Carol Crumb David Cook Cradle McPherson Dewey Douglass Shirley Key Billy Hobbs Kathryn Cole Paul Holt Wanda Hooper - 1 Donald Cannon Carolyn Tinney Calvin E dson Marie Hnrdcaltle Jack Boeverl V A wi. MBXORIE5, MEMORIES, Ilya that Swing Low. Sweet Chariot UBed tO be, O'er the gea of A Memories. I'm drifting back to you. sl. AmN.,'..?g.i. :Q Y -U I v','vrA uzf'. 4 'A Y "'.-'l 1f 1 ' ,, 1-.-'-JQF' 5 P "Q, , AQ , - J .HN , -iv 1 JEL 7 ' fs, o 5 .x iff 1 1 Bock-af-bye, Baby Tue Three Senior Stoegieo S we I MW ,L ,V my-E "'."'K ffl ?f+:,."'.L -in .mi si . en.: Q, .1 Iva" ".'f9i ping - whatsa Matter, Pat? Orin, Who offended you? Chin up! Never look Down! psi' OPHO URE - JGTPY 3086. President Donna Woodell V President Carl Haywood, Secretary Delores Sexton Treasurer Irences Levis Thomas Woods Roy Orsburn Barbara O ' Del l Bobby Peters Julia Saraeua Wayne Lancaster Jimmy Vestal Myrtle Estep f-9 Barbara Douglass Carl Haywood Donna vloodell Donald Shook Berneice Reynolds Charles Orsburn Alone Day Bennie liightengale 'Y 40 Ready and Wz'll1'ng Jerry Rose Delores Sexton Charles Hendricks .L 'Ny 1, I .. X A 1 D 6 5 , , X Q2 X , 4 v I: 73 .I .Q 40 D ' -sl ,f XJ V N 5 Y f, Q 5, Y, r .J JA C .5 X' -4 - Melvin Harrie X V V X by g,' a3'V 7' y A " Q' 1f' -,?:A"' 'Z 'la - ,a f'5 Q- 1. " fig A H is 13 4f A . X 1 ,y ' ' ' 5 if , F' -5 h X f ' 1 .N 9 , anyone 5 fnaw9 vm-3 K 14, F v- fi s- 4 -. ..,.. .I - s if W gn .vm I .-is FR SHMEN Eager Beaver! in Rex Randolph Lillian Gilbert Lutie Cline Leon Hudson Dolores Cooper Mayb ell e Pi lgx-in dy L nf: Joan Grayson Harold Held Roy Rudy 1 ,-1' Barbara Poplin Janis Felkel Martha Keen James Smith Billie Does 'r1..n'T'- fx, Charles Coeper Karen Boevere Kenneth Bull Melva Eetep Pat Hardcaetle 44 Ga! Dell Goodwin Donald Bartlett Ineta Hudson Molly Hampton Prank Bovee a 4 f Q. ,X 3 1 P' . .-:Q "Z, J J 1 .au I is Y X X 5 f - .Q 3 n , -2 G JJ. 3 -44 --V . ' Q X -W 6' 1 -1 J , I ' f ,T -: 5 1: ?5l l x G A G " x , 1 1 - -3 X I 'Y 1-4' X .X ' : X Si hx h xy - V 154 4 . 7' I3 'Ill' fu llllf F".,,,'1 aevertn uraue dallove'en Party bpooks, Goblins and Everything Isn t she a C11t161 Three Stoogmes POSS1hl9 bheerleaoers of the Future Mr Burton's Pny Ed group take tune oxt to pose J TF A -an-f t fir,-1-'VIA' 1 5U F444 w'e've got the Pep! Union s Boy Scouts, Troop 119 Part, of next yea,-as then' Scout Master, Mr Jetton, Pep Club and mary of the-lr parents enjoy an outxng mo' HW' 20' D' , .49-cl' I 1 7 ,-v-.. any xx 1 A, ,S 5 i4 N V 'V W li "Q L x , 1 V , , ' V NY. Q 2 2, , Q ' . I o - ,o h '. Aw' H' Tj " . 3 ' N . -4 Q up J 'JH ,7 f po ' - o o L. f K N ' ' ' , ,1. . of" , . A , , ,if . 1 'L' " I Q- of ' ' 4 :V ' ' x ! - 5 - fl' Y' Y- Q Q ' qg ' rf I A I H :F I h- -- U , :X n 41: p :L t o ' n V X , QIO g 'o ... A V ' Q W I 1 ,Af - 'A v , ' .. v f 2' 5 . fi -:gif . A 4 .,. n - n P A' ' 1 " ' 1' I' 'f f ,I ' ' V .5 fo g... ' A ' . 4 Y ' " , - ' 1, I 1 , 'V 5' 'xi' ' I N ' ' , b, Y I X X f ' 1 u p p.. ? if 'fr' - 1, Q U . . ' . O ,, ,. 1' y up ., A' x-'Q - .46 , -. p V ' KV- up "--if f' "ntl .rf 3. -5 'A , E ' if-" K. 5 , . 1 A ' H. .1 Z , o W .. 'W 1 5 -'J' psf , :Q - I ' 1, V S1 I , I ' i I . 4, If' 1 4 ' - '5 o N' made Luther Hr Calvin Jetton M Glenn geventh Grad' si nh Grail! Assistant Coach I' fu- School fimsuftg Band Director Mr Jack Griffin Vocal Music Grade School Principal A friend to the student body, to his colleagues, as well as to the com- munity as a whole-that's our Mr Griffin He has a B M E Degree, as well as a Master's Degree in Education from Tulsa University For the past six years he has been Band Director and Grade School Principal at Union School Many f1ne accomplishments with his Band, Glee Club, and Mixed Chorus have been recorded to his credit during h1s stay here. His friendship and under standing will always be happy memor1es for all those who have worked with him and those who have worked under his direction in the classroom or extrapcur- ricular activities. Q J Q .,, 1 I1 3 , 2 Xi .1 . 'Z Lg' f 'Y f, .gi , nvln Qian, ,'Q tbl, 4'::Q, A .r,-.W -5 ' . . , u lr' if A Q. , Q i 1 QI, i M C U . Q O O e I . f au- gm :Lina Benedict Fourth XJ5 xv 3 wi 1-0' B fourth GYBBO e Leslie Bumgarner Fifth Grade ,JF Adv' 'UFPU' Eudora Reed Mr s Second Grade Mrs Betty James Third Grade xg, Mrs Bees Belt First Grade Kr 8 Helta Peterson F1 PBC Second H01 t 2 .. , 7' - ax' ' l 'Xa 3 V ' .5 p . e -s X f 1 f C , 1 s 1' 12 5 I F' V " U 1 3, A xx' 7 X i A- V I b 5 J A .3 1 A .5 A Q-fd d ', C ' D V..- A 'Q Q ' 6 'A '3 - 'Z g L, .L ,. 4. ,Q I9 ' al ivf4qul jf Yu QQ 'Q a A A 'Ii X ,gd Fi 0 1 ' ", K ,I -5 .1 n A V A 4 ,1aaua,xg1w E-.ni V 3 ' 0 It S vi hd H 'W ' K ' Q have Shahan Tommy Peters Earlene Clayton Marcxa Mcraniel fzade Delores Meier Janette uoeper Jimmie Smith Eddle K1ng John Bl oom Franki e Dean Q Skidmore AA rw ' K Richard Levis Helen Grayson GUY Nightingale Virginia Levis Marvin Christmas Carolyn Ui 1 s on Kei th Wo odvard Beverly Turner Delb er t Sell sbury Margaret Jus tus Gerald Crawford Carlene Crumb X 'Y' 6 Harvey llnylia Cannon Jimmie Cline Betty Jo Rogers Hobart Kelly 'T Ronald Dee se Lou Anna Rhndolph Fred Rudy Katherine Woods Wayne Hall .4 KIDS Mildred Davis Donald Humbyrd Donna Bradley Bennie Hull Wilma Hess Eddie Rothroek Ernestine Anderson Jerry Hamas Frances Pilgrim Hubert Townsend Q IIIQ C f D George Den Bernice Harper Larry Hicks Anne Jo Steley Dnle Arnold S nf - Seventh I. k In H1 N QC Charles Jolmson Ethel Melee Grece hens Denny Hilliemson Pug-ic in Amin-,Q Francis Shook ny John Taylor Jimmie Boope Judy lightipggg Boy Wilson Joanne Patterson John Lundy leellie Hooper Wade Andersen Zelde Adamson John!!! Che.:-les J. D. hxlpe ff' ,N 'JA ., if 'wh' J 0 :F , ix.x,!I.-as Q E' ' Qfis 1 ' .el LM f ,, Q 5 ' la ' ' X' 5 ' r'QEy .x f ', -X - 1 A ' ' ' If E 'fl 3-2 ' X :Q H i ,...-ntrhzzu 4' 3 'NN 'IN' lp 'f-If ' .fri-W - A T V Ai .- ' A X in A v 41 - r-5 - ,Z - fi 5 'U L . 'S ' e 5: i ' 5 , i sl 4 V e . wi' lx Y K I Q.: o 'R , T s , , -E . " A I ' S ' : Q - 'J Jw ' '- fl e e- 1: J' f W x ' e . 'fx es ' w ' ll - I ' -Qal rg Seaenth Shirley Stacey Floyd Cagle -1' J Q Juliana Casler Gene Gallagher Dobora Wilkinson Sk1PPY Hawkins gf Q B111 Rothrock Patty Ielkel Uacy Ree Rosemary Wagxer Aubrey Drew Bonnie Hlvkina Jack P0pl1n Charles Hooper Ihrlene Sunbury Peggy Wagner like Curran Carrol Hul lam I fu-ll X Peggy Gospel' Tommy Munn Anna Lou Allan Jimmie Saraaua. Susan X01-I vv ,N uv 1 1 ,uns Wanda Stacy Larry Broun -'EX T 3 Hozella. Jones Jerry Levis Arlene Hull x k ii, XG ,ldv X 5 I 2 ju Q xxx John Ed Pruitt Junita. Chri stmae Randy Flud Q0 Almeda Hull Joe Bartlett Patty Crawford William Los ser L Stephen Lee Arcnelene Hayes John Moore Barbara Woods Dewitt Hartsell Jerry Fields Adren Shook Opal Elvington Travis Townsend Judy Stumbo I A JF 4 n .4 I K lf ' 1 3 t fff f,:,fuCD Q fl V 0 K L as 'fl txt . 'x ,- gn, 1 3 , V 1 T 1 ' R - I I, :R lg- I xg F Y '- vt' V 4 3 l Xu 5 1 ' N ,z.': 4 Q 0 rl: ,. ' . A A ,Alf K A I' K I , J Af! 'A X 5 : 1 , ' , f 42 8 A YZ I f. . -5 1 4, fx t ' " 1 6 -' D ? - K ' - 4 ' , e t A V Y .. . . N 'Q si 'Q If , ' 'Z , 4 h- 7 .. . L , 1 n A ' ' ef 1- ' 1 ' - E 1. fn .LT Lucille Taylor N .- 4 hrlene Walker Nancy Hamas Phyllis Gilbert vi: X1 Q X me H111 John McDaniel Ima Dena Harp Norma Joan Justus Jim Halthcock Wlvig Woodward. Mary Clgyton Bonnie Bond IDG Glenda Hou Freddie Watt! Beverly Rothrock Leon Ellis Frankie Shoun Gerald Shook Fancy Beavers Jimmy Levis Kay Crow Bonnie Wolfe J' Ronald Shouse Michael Hanson Selmee Crawford Gerald Moore fi if 41,9 0 Jerry Rupe Faye Lundy Jim Evans 'Se' Q rn? Q x Q JJ 5 4 fhl fVf 881 Tommy Cantrell Charlotte Hampton James Summers ki R nolde Jim Don Wren Smith Jac e ey Shirley Jones Eldon Sneed Janice Deese Virginia Berg Margie Levis Betty Rumbyrd Roberta Kullmann Hack Eetep Livie Elmore C31-1 S1111-gy lhrneet Adeneon Christine Allen C-' 1 1' tv f " 1 l L - ' ' 1? xxs. T 'E ' 5 ,. Q. 4 54 L ' " " , 3-W 1? A '- , ' I f 'W gg: r ff- K 4 ,, ,J 1 I '1 X Lg: .YZ-4? ' - We I ft 1 ., V ff Ja 1: X ' - .2 r- 'Q 5 F ' ld r ,L I -ad . z r . A '- 'Q A ,. .X f l ' , TX, he f ,I ' Q .- uv h' 5 9 ,f T Z 2, 2 f.. f, x- inf e.. S V-.6 ,eff MQ . , "' 9 . A ' ' f- , es- fe Q f 1 h. A 1- -E, A 'xl' ' . ,. f 'G ' X , at - ---1 ' ,f at ,gm 1 Y 3 - 'X V ' 5 -1 ,Q I x A W .5 ' 4' I ' -6 - -o . ' I , , , . -1 f .I ,lf Ag i, :YK f 1- .ig '. ,: In X - il 4. ti? V . 4 A v. 'I A ...I 1 N R, ' ' 'xl - ' 41 k iff - ft' 1 s 1 .171 William O'De11 Ihvid Jones Don Harrie ami A ,Af Francis Robinson Jim Smith Wilma Stacy Virginia Evans Gerald Skocodopole Della Mae Rotnrock Leonarc Martin Willie Puckett Le Roy bhanks Nanette dee Steve Shahnn Dwight Vance d'if la I barcella Huason Billy Salyers Joyce Toon N K'- ab-sl H Emmitt Salyers Gladys Berg Lavon T1 nney Jo Anne Stumbo Duane Wood ard Robert Menlhorn Emma L F ou ulpa made ww- M f X Richard Mcinniel 410 bm x 4 'IV f4fX L LAAAL4 Cleta Anderson Dlvayne Hartsell Judy Cottrell Bill hiclens Frances Poplln Jimmy Brown Peggy Rothrock Barbara Richards Joyce Adamson Frances Wallace 2 .ISA GW Joyce Humbyrd Jeff Johnson Phyllis Orcutt B111 Autry 5' V -C Xxxfiii .1 ,EE ps. xi ,,,, I 4 4'- lu- 'ins r' Kathleen Onrran Ronald Skocdopole Janes Bloom Frankie Lcffoon Linda Nightingale 3111y p,rry Jimmy Maclean William Patterson Sharon Coley Sue Moore Linda CPGGKDOFB Jerry Bartlett Ernest Skocdopole Vi-F611 COOPOI' kfilzm Hun neun cazewood Betty vwcey Heal Bradley Harvey Levis Ronald Hines B - g Q - -we . Bee B , l 'O -Y ik AP 43 ,.o X1 ' - af," ' x L Lf ' tS'gf f QAITUSQL5' 'Tv' ,7. ffyg i f hinl 11idi B 1 - 'A V? .3 ,. . 1 X V' ' f" Hy' ' If Q I e111 if ffxx' I ,rr nTM.-jj. , NX U , M x 1 V A 'Q 2 0 ff! , '4 V L- 'I 'Zh ' ' - X 1 ' ' , I' 3 A' B Xu I W - I 1 if X V 102- WJ , i7'Ii C433 Y37rQ X .B fqi' tff1a eg Q' I "3 - E ,J I-vii-t .- -- EE M . EF 1,3 I' , , , - -' ' ' K, ,I 1 1 1 - ' l' x 4 . ' lf' ' D Lux-w4' ' Q - ' ' f' ' :xii fi ' 'f . Q- is 1. rg '- gi ' 5 ' 0 'B Y 1 , if- ek 'xx - . I 1 fi AX Y, Ak ,fig ' l X . I N , B 4 ts' esg,.ff:' ,L " 'f .. -, , .3, I ' ' . fel. IIIJ Clll af Nf'V JF.: u' Linda Brown ntl Walker 1: 'fund-ffvxvztfz fw .73enedzc Cecil Pilgrim Evelyn Christmas John Bice Eunice Taylor xx Charles Wilson Linda Rothrock 3 Larry Bee Laura Brown Jerry Wilkinson Diana Patterson Frank Stidham arilyn Woodward David Arnold Barbara Niedens Laurel Merrill Sue Cooper Thomas Remington Mary Ellen Reynolds -L Billy Lee Nancy Schmidt seorge Hicks v0yCe Pennington Warren 0'Dell 'Xxx 33 ,1 Sharon Medlin Jotton Allen Terry Townsend Philip Blllingslea Jacquetta Wyse 4 5' 5 J ' :ar 4 '4 V C J J 4' U l . -f fa 'fs 4 , n . ,,, M XX 9 i i 1. S r . A iz 'O ,J .4 .Z' - ' 1 . 1 fixxxlx ' , Y ' -tt? X X2 , : 1 jf a ii-35? 1 lMul.l.w M A v.z' 'df v .3 4' "A' '- I . 1 - Ax x '-', Q., I, ' Y' .X 4 Ak 1 f ix 1 'wif ' f ?? H C I ' C fJifFgsf V7SF1. M I, 54 X I , 9 521 , f-LS. ' -1- . I . J ,, 3 ,J Q. I . . V ' x 1 I 3 , ku.. 5' 1 Y , I 1 f X '- ' A R. ' ' I ' yr' . 9. X .ll . X - l Q AJ , 4 f 4' v 'I ,1 ,Q X , , , . f 'si . 1" C QA 1' 1 if 'F g X X x r M53 ' P at Q -Q '- .9 X 13" K ! Ex' E Q ,Q ,,' ft, ' ., . C ' I CH, 'QU A J-9 9- " 9. - ' T 5 35' -'4 L C ' " U W 11 'ua v4n U-la 5' 23324 -- fm fwml Lanny Broun Mary Curran F' dh fy.: 1' f-1 A lrwr 45 1 Billy Pilgrim Betty Jean Horton Larry Ervin Kathleen Merrill Jerry Levis Julie Wolfe Joe Lundy Beverly Orcutt Tommy Orsburn LaDonna Cosper Gail Shankg Billy Bupa Jo Shirey Alan w0OdA11 Connie Drush Roney Christmas Janice Bess Steve Voolsey Nadine Hulsman Gerald Hail Linda Jackson Bay ldvards Helen Levis Bobby Bothell Carolyn Christmas Jef! Bloom Charlotte Doss lngene Iullmann Delories Creekmore N U 1 ' C o ' of M Q I . X O 9' ' '- K Q , L 31' - f.. ,, 'r ' ' ' L ' x V 'T . 1 K '4"' 5 .. L x f I ' ' ' F 1 N11 , no 9 A ' -..N Q vs -' 4 fa'- - 4 K L a :J : Q A 7 -..iii-L., -. -f -an 1 ' M 'fri' .0 t 4 5 ' :S P 0 gi' . Q f- A, , . - 4 - -- Jerry Stumbo . ix R -I A f i . lv. ,V , 1 . : f "' 'f X J' S z. .X 1 Q Q- ' f' is' L ' A 4 1 " 5 , 4 A - W -it f-3: an 4 : ,j"" -Ng? I y 'N y-Q, " I I ,o g" " A 'JA' r f' y 4 , ,- ' , Tv " l X ' K E i f t 1 f - r' Q 4 -s as Q . .Qf 2 A , 1 x - P V , 4 'Q Q , -1 15 U. v - L I QfQfQf , 25' l . Second .flflw glee 9 1 Glenn Shook Sue Ann Woolsey " 4 John Willis ! !i' Bobbie Ann Binn Jannet Salyers Virginia Hee Sue Rothrock Shirley Doss ii - s ,731 I I Ernest Andersen Delay Jones if I N J Timothy Hanson Peggy Hull David Rothrock Ernestine Howard fkihs I K il' H I Mary Warner Linda Sturgis Ddignt Meier Donna Sue Williamson S mi L . Sue Ann Cantrell Mary Ellen Creekmore Ihnny Shouse Millie George Monty Evans Eunice Lee Judy Churcbvell Bill Clark Jack Erv1n Ray Hamilton Betty Kobliscnek Ecole neynolds Mattie Adamson Bruce Bleekley Jonnzne Thomas Ricky Salisbury :A la. A , " f x ' ' ' F2 X I 1 X. , -l ff V . ,. , ' -K , x ' I - ' 1 ' ' ' 1 ia 1 'H a , , X I 1 h I . X lx - b 53 QX1 . x A t .M I f Q A' 5, A 1 "' Q 1. ,, I V - -4' s - A 1- 6 I A 0 A 5 . 1,4 ',,.1' - A- bl. 1' Q Q 1' , S 5 inf sig' X I , A ' ul Ihff X1 su X J 6 W , ' v 'Q F U ' - r li -Q 55- 'S -i -1 ' : V ' " r :f-.2 If .Y f Q X J Y 0 , ,ll S .Z -,s-S KI f ' v- I ' . f A j I ,' --I ' 4 S I AL ' rg, lf-I ix ' Q 4 2 - -n U 1 N I iv, 0 fax, if ,J J " Q' 2 Y ,A 13 ws f 'Tj F, rt 5 L E S X 1 su lib Q' -. i -C . 4 I , ,x,, VJ- A 5 ,Q A. 4 4 5 i , .QQ 1- ti, is .i -Q , S ,Z .F ,L e 'R . V , S . 19 ' 1 -ew ' fs 2 f F 1 Xin, ' .H-.I I t' J ky . .4 li M Carolyn Arnold Marvin Bice Alice Sneed Odel Eiuards Albert Kirk Barbara Armstrong David Day Sondra Page firm! - Second C7 Patricia McDon ld Karl ene Sm an Susie Wilson Sarah Sneed Linda Gilbert Pamela Brumble Elizabeth Bice Bhnel Hicks Judy hoberts Buddy Wilkinson 'T Diane Martin Larry Jensen Mary Sneed ,on fl It 15,45 Ye WY! if Janice Trask Bobby Staley Patricia Salyer Linn Dell Res Jerry Evan' Joyce Skodopole Rebecca Jones Robert Hardcastle u 4 5 ' ix 'A ' '7 ' U 4 ' A ' 1 72 M ix S X M VJQS e'M, " ,,, ,wl , ' 4 , V ' Hg 'Q -A Q .,.-4-4 -nr .1 -rf . 'ffidtwngui fl ' e ful Y gi ggfrkxs V ' si Q fl 4 ' 0 fx 0 1 ,Q ' 4 A 4 i 44 0 A - ' fi 'K 1 I xl J X V ,, J I , X In A . J' ' i aggikk Q u . X . Q an .A i L' 'xi N .. -9 .9 rs ' V97 6- , . N Q , -7' N T' 'A L ' J ' u ' ' ' 5 S, 1 ,Z , I 3 f 2 I, IQ. 5' I .VI 2,5 Ai s bf' f ,fix ai : N , ! if 1 s M . Hx fl., r r, pf' ' 14 4971 S 3 M , M Steven Johnson 1"' X Shirley SEE? llzghx 5 T .al el B n "' qv g ,355 'S Q Warren Wilson Rebecca Townsend Lanny Brown Nina Mae Harp 'Y Charles Ree Virgie Townsend Charles George Becky Phillps .izmat .Belt Del ore s Clark 3 v 'N if 5 F Stephen ieepe Barbara Botnrock Jackie Burris Lynn Dell Hee '3 -9 gfs iff Harold Rickhards Nancy Howard Tommy Graves Esther Gatewood Janis Bishop ROBGTJB Killdlei Carol Seegren Prank Pitigliano Ronnie Peters David Bennett Mary Ann Edwards DOFOUIY EFVU1 Linn B Moore Howard Jones James Hartsell Georhe Stidham . I Q ' P i : I .. N ' L A ,N L L F: ' AIM: '4 '- B " A , ' f . 4 Q 'fi 5 3 A N 41-if .':nV4 1 A , 5 'Keg LU' A lx 4 xiii. 4. t . 1 li Tk B ' ,. . R ,W -- , w of " :P , Q I H , , f xx - Vg. L 'L' Ego g .4, M , ' ' B ,. I ' , " B' rx . , V X :LASK ' , ' , ' E S-J ,rrsxq . , v I, W -1 , 1' gt-1,4 1 xl O ,,. ,Wx .I , 8 wg . ,N . ,f e,, el - X. ' - ' lv' 15? v 1' U' H f ' N . N91 ,-L, rw V ,JJ-s, 'lp , B fx fl ' mQ1. , .U - .lf r M r'..f!' I . .. 'G+ ,rf - I Vi ' ,"1T'.3, ' , 7' N N F A 'Q ' ' I' - sg B .Q - 6 . 'V x -1 .N Iv-vm' fi , V' ,N . ,gf '. F K 4' l'a.+-J' .L .umm 1 4 "' , 43 J' . A -AQ. N' - l Z - i-4 8 X ' A v 5 I W e . r. X . , . , ,3 - I Qrlpfx e A A 'hu . f 55251 B 5, . a e. EETQ gsiilx -1,5 xx u.,- Q 4 - B f -nr ff. - ' . il: d' ian ' B V A ,3 5 ' pf A' 8 - lb - Lybxs uv 1 P ' V b 1 Q , 'V .- I E - qui-y" k!IL',,,,,' ' r I , rfb, X HJ, . Ly ' AX X' in . -' ' 41' L B, L. Q? rw- . ef, ' KVW N cf -A ' . in , X P 'B Ara. .Q X r A CE' lx Q .Uh ' E655 qi!-1: ' v K" ' ef' stab rd ,1,., rats Football Pastimes Snowmen an BTG Union's V .-499 enjoyed by students rll- AX ' 'fill I CG'- qv A ' iff, sawn sxswiugaw WHXQKXKQKOYXBHS .jx ll f-3. Y Salutatorian Kea' Shook A MW J jafm .73etFLeU Seniam img Clnnuaf dnnuae Queen pr' Sue Malia Sznuvc ..L.. J' 70h .Txnpulwdtq Uxain gfcvvub sam gjffufwat 9 Queen -7504! Shank Z ,if g"'N-N!-Wr' 9' i , WX nf, mi .'.,, 44 .X swf-.V Zcwketdaff Sweetfiecvnt .Mcvzma ffimzeg swam mm IU .Wand Queen Samafz .Ahgfztuzgafe Semwa . p Q, . . ' 'T' ., , X 'f A 5 , ki' 1 f Ri ggs N .Q R I 4 . K" Dewey Douglass oredia Mcnnerecn Juniors Bernice Reynolds Charles Hendrioks Knot shownj Soohouores YFDKBJOK EDITOR Joan Grayson, Donald Bartlett Freshmen Pat McDaniel MAJORET E kargle h1ekens BVIHLEHS Beverly Ponlin Kay Snook Barbara Poplln JUNIOR FdA qbbdh Gay Dell Goodvln I I- CHELR LEAD LS Pat PCD8Di8l, B8Pb8T8 Munn 3119 Miller. H-Hd Joan Grayson s - 0 Q L 1 g- A I ' . 3 1 ,X-J F ,fx-J if v i hvwvv , X X 1 ,A 4 I . K , x , v I A I I E I :V E 2 , lg N El: A n Fianna Snccetg The State Honor Society represents the upper ten per cent of the High School student body, and is based upon scholastic achievements for the last semester of the previous year and the first semester of the current year The twelve boys and girls shown above will repre- sent Union High School for this year First Row Kay Shook, 3 yrs, Shirley Key, 3 yrs, Carol Smith, 2 yrs, Carol Sangster, 2 yrs: Gay Dell Goodwin, l yrg Second Row: Bobby Peters, 1 yr: Karen Boevers, 1 yrg Credia McPherson, 3 yrs, Margie Ann Nickens, 3 yrsg Sarah Nightingale, 4 yrsg Barbara Dougless, 2 yrsg and John Bethell, 1+ yrs. I W Q' 4,7-x X M wJ ,JW X4 mfs ig! 'ND' I f X 5 0 in -dd' S219 1 X wwf X 'wggzfg vggx 1? Q ft za J N Q 5 7 G' , 3, 1 f f lf, N' 5 , X tywf V- ,Q x . 62225, k S I Fx ,: I5 lx Qu l I - ' 1 'V-I - Y , s R G , 7 -,s f 7 Hi!!! . A , , N- Q g he , , V 21 5 t ' 1 n 3 V-v. OSF! N K E , uv., 5 1 x 4 1-.xo N F ' ' 9, X s' 0 1 f X -' X M R 1 GQ f W 2 4 J .3 X X X K vb' 4 X 75 0 sux - , w Emp. . 1 ff". V 'v V IH. if' ', I' 0 V I .:A, u YZ X A. 'qwz' , P ZW l - , X, f" lx . , :ff f ., X f vv- fn 7? w Hxfrik . N , I X' S, X - .5 x Inf. "Huff w , N ' , A . nib . . Q , E"9f" 'ggi Q Q .nuke JW 4? 0:22, :asa 5 gf.- ff x A4 Q Zi 'Q K 2,4 K. ,'x fflllr X QUIK ., f L? hr rw 9 Q 1 I y ,R ' f 2 X .F -f-2-fa 9' 'Y A 1. ,1 .oh ,K 4, A Pat and Kay study notning but Bookkeeping! MF., . my 'A 1212 L Q 5 '53, J wiiggal ,Pi W? W Via +.- Q . r 4 f A ' 1 'gi N '- S 1 ,ski -' l f " 2 .ffl , - gl f l V '7 Mr. Neese observes Typing II gg, IFN ,Lo 1 , Ld USN 'L 'fl Xi 91 Donald and Don balance those debits and credits! ......,,i Q.. . A lp ,! L "' If XJ Q 1 4 F ' Y s I X John Cosper T. H. Cantrell Custodians Be sure they are brown, girls Ummm, does that look good! Watch the birdle, boys Shop boys display lawn chairs Shop boys display Cedar chest 0? Typ ins 1' Typi ng I types B :SX i Usiness Lett EV8fyQ?f e 599 ms to 995 naught 1 n Civics Math' qui t6 intSPest li ers, v ii 13 'f .gag Good GOV' Bobby 9 rnmbnt is K-Yfhmm ing it see ins-""' ' Study Hall GY 1 nd Charles stu Quiet, please! ms, w g A80 ball Our Tp od Sport, v011'Y ansportition First RCU: Second Row: Third Rav: Standing: .73cmd Sarah Nightingale, Credia McPherson, Janis Felkel, Carole Smith, Karen Boevers, Dolores Cooper, Delores Sexton, and Judith Nightingale Carol Sangster, Norma Tinney, Juliana Casler, Patty Ielkel, Darwin Maxey, Gary Nightingale, Gerald Crawford, Bennie Nightingale, Keith Woodward, Orin Harrie, Don Hail, Paul Nickens, Jack Boevers, Carl Haywood, Randy Flud, Benny Wolfe, Gene Gallagher, Shirley Key, and Sue Killer. David Cook, Tomm Peters, Jerry Rose, Wayne Lancaster, Bobby Peters, Harold Gallagher, and Charles Hendricks. Margie Nickena Qnrum Magorettel, Beverly Popli Kay Shook, Barbara Poplin CTw1rlersJ. Eugene Carnes, Mary Charles, Eddie Rothrock, and Mr. Jack Griffin KDirectorJ. x Q? 1 4!Q6 ' K ! f' K I -'gifs ," ,gag 1 J E I 0 n The Union Concert Band has qualified for state finals five consecutive years They have placed four lst Division and one 2nd Division in both District and State Contests They also placed lst Division at an Invitational Contest held at Pryor, Oklahoma during this period The Marohlng Band placed a lst Division in 1951, and a 2nd Division in 1952 at the District Contest held in Tulsa at Tulsa University James Woodward, a member of the Band, has been confined to an Iron Lung at Hillcrest Hos- pital since early last summer. To express their sympathetic understanding, the Band gave a Concert in his honor to raise funds to place a TV set in his hospital room. Shown here is Mr. Griffin, Band Director, and a group of Band Members liking the pre- sentation of the TY to James, the one on the right, at the hospital. Qs. X If Percussion Section Clarinet Section Trombone Sec tion Mr. Griffon, our director, truthfully lives up to his name as Old Faithful, for he has been with us for six years and has directed us through many top honor achievements. Bass Section f French Horn Section Cv, S Old Faithful and his band children F.1- Flute and Saxophone Section Cornet Section eeiud First Row Shirley Key, Jodie Grayson, Delores Sexton, Carolyn Tinney, Hazel Johnson, Second Row Credia McPherson Donna Woodell oarol Smith Carol Sangster Barbara Douglass DeloresCooper Sarah Nightingale Janis Felkel Gay Dell Goodwin Third Row Becky Poplin Mary Charles Barbara Poplin, Margie Nickens, Lillian Gilbert, Karen Boevers, Pat Mclhniel, Sue Miller Norma Tinney, Kay Shook, and Mr. Griffon. Seated Snirley Key, Sarah Nightingale, Carole Smlth, Norma Tinney, and Kay Shook Standing flat Howl Joan Grayson, Dolores Cooper Ineta Hudson, Carolyn Tinney, Hazel Johnson, Carol Sang ster, Marie Hardcastle, Janis Felkel, and Mrs LaVena York, Sponsor ov Beverly Poplln Credia McPherson Margie Nickene, Carol Crumb, Molly Hampton, Wanda Hooper, Pat Hardcastle, Gay Dell Goodwin, Barbara Poplin and jrd Row Martha Keen, Melba Eatep, Mary Charles, Delores Sexton Karen Boevers Billie Doss, Frances Gella- g er Lillian Gilbert, Sue Miller, and Put Mc Daniel FHA CHFICERS lst Roh Shirlev Key Pree1dent NMmTnmLTmaxu Kay Shook, Reporoer CP6413 McPherson, Historian Znc Row param N16htingale V President Carole Smi'n, Secre ar! Mary Cnarles, Parliamentarian Beverly Poplin, Song Leader 55661 AKIRI I :J IJ U New W ru u ' 0 3 o - OAQM 0 'Zn - ' 1 ' w - 4 Q F' ' 5' N anon : ' . , - a . " X v. ?12Q7 gQ76? ' ef XY-.,,.,," O' Barbara Munn. Po O' 3 . Y- I I L1 , - '1 . 1 I ' I H . 0 E " 0 I D IN xl X 1 i T s A- M. - ., . O ' . , . , , . , ,A 1 .l ': B O V 0 -J' I lst Row Katherine Woods, Janette Cosper, Corlene Crumb, Betty Jo Rogers, Marcia McDaniel and Frances Pilgrim 2nd ov Ernestine Andersen, Frankie Deen Skidmore, Beverly hrner Mildred Davie, Margaret Justus, Lou Anna Ran dolph, and Emilia Cannon 3rd Row Helen Grayson, Earlene Clayton, Carolyn Wilson, Wilma Hess, Delores Meier, Virginia Lewis, and Mrs LaVena York, Sponsor. JUHIOB. FHA OFFICERS lst Row Lou Anna Randolph, Secretary Frankie Dean Skidmore, Y President Frances Pilgrim, Treasurer 2nd RW: Helen Grayson, President Earlene Clayton, Song Leader Delores Meier, Parliementarian Beverly hxrner, Historian fllllft M493 HEU l 'Eid U 3 ... , o M Wk vc: R z +C , '., . .. 57 X 2 U ,. 2 o 5 E' Q s 31 v 'M in W o Q1 f , rf' ,LC e P0 OCS .tl U U 3 o .,f"""' 4 F' on L N, LW L 3 fr' 'rap Fq A I 4 jpg f eine' QIHA Sponsor, Mrs. York, is presented corsage of appreciation e present af me All znos G remony Br' Installation e A unch erved cake an P inggffoing President 1' ne' Presidgng 0 QNX nh ' 'NA 7 A ' lx h' .': ff' in 7-L' J Outgoing Officers light candles and receive roses at FHA Installation Hr 1169 9' York d make dr8Pe cor? Bmongtrat some Rrlins coztsge get 'ay fo press gs:-:Sze Q F . Q 'N,,' lor best results oil the machine regularly ev look E5-Shth Q tag. ggi! 5 Fade H Home tlciofgeno-,ate furniture learn how to pfsgelc girl. gs 8 and cut pattern Garment r ln A FSFA1' , 'Wa do 5 .J FFA JUDGING TEAM Jack Boevers Don Hall Pall Holt Mr Boevers, Sponsor Tao of these boys CPaul Holt and Don Hull represented Union at the Fort Worth Poultry Judging Contest last year and von a Nth place decision They won a Nth place decision at the Muskogee State lair last fall Jack Boevers von a lst place in Individual Judg1ng and Don Hail a 9th place at the Tulsa County Fail' last fell " fi Seated Standing 2nd Bow 3rd Bow Paul Gindt, Jack Boevers, Don Hail, Paul Nickens, Harold Gallagher, and Mr Boevers, Sponsor Clst Row Leon Hudson, Boy Rudy James Calvin, Donald Bartlett, James Smith, Bez Randolph, Bobby Peters, Charles Cosper, Harold Iield, and David Cook Charles Hendricks, Archie Hooper, Calvin Hudson, Carl Haywood, Si lvans, Jerry Ross, Bennie Night- ingale Wayne Lancaster, Jack Rothrock, and Jimmy Nllrplv Frank Bowes, Donald Cannon, 'mxomae Woods, Bob Kennard, Sammy Lewis, Donald Gilbert, Paul Holt, Darwin Maxey, Jodie Sarasua, and Warren Drew. I Q Q O in e fi fl U ,Z-1 QA 'E '7fn,.K,.' 7'T'-" X' wt ". Q OPTION or Q " ',, 1' Q QX W 'U 'U . H U c"o ,g 4' 041 5 'x l V J or I C 3 v C f Q 3 '16 Q ,J-1 Hllnlllk.-W lvl rr le 4"z "ih-.. Don Hail and his two registered Spotted Poland Gllts He will show two barrows this year at the Live Stock Show B-S Tulla on March 10 and ll Jack Boevers displaying his Grand Champion Cockerel and Pallets of which have won the ribbons and cup as shown. Thle F F A Pickup is donated through the courtesy of the Bradley Chevrolet Company of Broken Arrow and is used by Mr George Boevers, Voca- tional Agriculture Inetru ctor, 1D promoting his Agri culture program in the Union community First Row Laura Broun Faye Lundy Bonnie Bonds, Jerr Fields, Janis Deese, Joyce Toon, Virginia Berg, Nanette Ree, Virginia Evans, Duma Lou Pulps, Ann Glassburg, and Joyce Pennington Second Row Almeda Hull, Opal Elvington, Nancy Eames, ev erly Rothrock, Rozella Jones, Norma Justus, Phyllis G11 Anna Randolph, and Janette Cosper 'Ihird Row Iredale Watts, Ronald Deese, Jack Poplin, Leon Ellis, Skippy Hawkins, Michael Hanson, Gerald Moore, Car Shirey, David Arnold, Jerry Wilkinson, Myron Smith, Ronald Shouse, Randy l'lud, Jimmy Lewis, and Charles Johnson. Fourth Row: Rex Randolph Tommy Peters, Johnny Charles Eddie Rothrock, Janis Ielkel, Mary Charles, Karen Boevers, Melba Estep Delores Meier, Peggy Cosper, Patty Felkel Earlene Clayton, Mike Curran, Richard Levis, Gene Galla- gher, Aubrey Drew, and Harvey Holt HELD HEART HEALTH Front Row Janis Felkel Sec 3, 'rreae Peggy Cosper, Game Leader Brlene Clayton, Song Leader Melba Estep, Parliamentarian Second Row Rex Randolph, Vice-President Mary Charles, President Karen Boevers, Reporter Patty Ielkel, Song Leader I . . 7 4-96 : B - bert, Ima Dene Harp, Sylvia Woodward, Nancy Boevers, Lou HAND . 1 I I I I Q75 'Z c I 5- , f - 51A Jap Yell Leaders Sue Mxller Joan Grayson Barbara Munn and Pat Mc Ihniel Flrst How Dolores Sexton Lou Anna dandolph Janette Cosper, Carlene Crumb, Earlene olayton osrolyn Wilson, Frankie Dean Skidmore Delores Meier, Peggy Wagner, Gsy Dell Goodwln Barbara Douglass Karen Boevers and Mrs York Suonsor Second How Margie Ann Nickens, Kay shook, hhirley Key Carole Smith Carol Sangster, oarolyn Tinney Ehylia Cannon busan Keim Mildred Invis Judith Nightingale, and Molly Hampton Third How Inete Hudson Frances Gallagher Patty Felkel, Peggy Cosper, Katherine Woods Betty Joe Rogers Ernestine Andersen, Rosemary Wagner, Patrzcia Andersen, Mary Charles, and Melba Estep Fourth Row Marie Hardcastle Virgxn a Lewis Wanda Hooper, Pat Hardcastle Martha Keen, Dolores Cooper, Billie Doss, Beverly Turner Helen Grayson, Marcia Mc Daniel, Janice Felkel, Barbara Poplin, and Lillian Gilbert Pat Mc Inniel, Barbara Munn Sue Miller and Joan Grayson Jr Yell Leaders Patty Felkel Janette Cosper, Earlene Clayton and Carl ene Crumb i Assistant Yell Leaders Barbara Poplin and Janice Felkel -1 6' Clarence Townsend Jimmy Murphy Paul Gindt M0 John Bethell Si Evans Orin Harris Jack Rothrock YC-W JN b 1 ,T XJ lm V1 1' JJ ug .5 X n ""'w"' if ,,,,..w"Z., M W ...uv A J' - N A gf-.,1 - 4 t I . . 1 . ' s g . L J, g W' :E , , Al -' Q 'K ns.4Di 5 T, ?,h 'E " , - , 5 ,A K . .na ., gi' " . H ' 3 , - 1 ,, - uf 4 -be U 1225- -np-+f"':. , .-U1 wgfzr v Q t xf"t: 5 me Lf? + 6 'L ' ,, s- - 'I .3 ' - f". T . JL. ':2Y'f'Vf'A-' MAT I ,L f,.a ' . , , " .. 'YP .:" 1' -f ' J - ' -5 I ' f1..'f1"r'f'n' 1- "-' . by ":'f'lC' ,ai1'w . J. p ft " .. .V -- f f ' .,4!R, ll I 0 , . , ' r ,4 -s ' " f' J -4 .D I If ' F f. ' , ' ba t..7,1 f Ill - - ll. ' L - 5 vp' " ' f 'S ' ' I J , f ' 0. ' ,- 7 , F' , , I M ' Q .1 A , 1 I - If I, - I I 4 r v I '. . W- ' '14 A -1 . . , A '.,. " N.. ' 14 I , i4 .ll ,Nl gf: . . , I QI I John Bethell, Jack Rothrock Orin Harris Si Evans Paul Gindt and Aaron Bell Back Row Hobart Kelly Bill Hobbs Leon Hudson Jack Boevers Front Row Charles Hendricks Bennie Nightingale v M ""' Dewey Douglass Jerry Ross Thomas Woods Dlvid Cook Donald Gilbert Ch51'199 COBPGF. Jack Boevers Leon Hudson Harold Gallagher David Cook, Charles Hendricks Q if 1 A Q -in nf, ', 4 K I fb' .-q 8 lv 379 1 Dewey Douglass, Donald Gilbert, B111 Hobbs Thomas Woods, Bennie Nightingale, Jerry Roos 'Redskins Here We Come' Donna Roberts Carol Crumb Norman Tinney Qpeen Attendants CAPTAIN Paul Gindt Z I' Delores Sexton As One Redskin to Another 'b K It's All over lm The Memories' Flower Girl Spooky Boudinot brown Bearer Kay Smith lv I N3 4-S Q? O I f 4 s , ,rr - .fi I A -gd ,M . , i QUEEN ik! ' ,1 ' P I r lyj V 1' I YL 1-is -M-M Want A Touchdown Yea Manf +T- E AN kg? 3fiQ?f1 ,Q J' -' ' Ly ,, A Touchdown Yea. Man! Take It Ebay Boys Charles Hendricks, Paul Gindt, and Paul Hickens. Charles Cosper, Jack Boevers, Wayne Lancaster, Thomas Woods David Cook, Jerry Rosa and Darwin Maxoy Donald Gilbert, Si Evans, Bobby Peters, Jimmy Murphy, Qinfiq fDinEo Back Row Fiddle Row First Row Mr Smith, Coach Johnny Charles Hubert Townsend Bennie Hull, Delbert Salisbury Richard Levis, Charles Hooper Eddie Hothrock Larry Hicks and Mr Luther, Assistant Coach Keith Woodward John Bloom, Gary Nightingale Hobart Kelly Harvey Holt, Jerry Hanes, Dale Arnold Ronald Deese, Mike Curran, George Denn and Jimmy Sarasua Jimmy Smith, Tommy Peters, Tracy Bee, Skippy Ha kine, Jack Poplin, B111 Rothrock, J D Iulpa, Charles Johnson, and Gene Gallagher 4. : : ' . ' . y. I gf? , ggij 3,35 Z.f' 4.7614 In September of 1949 forty two green Freshmen enlisted for four years servlce in Union High School They were Henry Wright, Joslene Toon, Ronnie Ross, Barbara Munn, Dan Vickersham, Hazel Johnson Jack Rothrock, Mary Charles, Paul Gindt, Sue Miller, Bobby Kennard, Pat Mcraniel, Harold Bay, Ruby Masterson, Georgie Scott Norma Medlin Jimmy Murphy Betty George, Claude Leonard, Kay Shook, Jodie Sarasua, Billie Knight lugene Carnes, Shirley Howard Sam Lewis, Imogene Haworth Mac Cook, Margie Hickene, S1 Evans Juanita Lewis Aaron Bell, Frances Galla- gher, Orin Harris, Genev1eve Richards, John Bethell Susan Edwards Glen Perry, Norma Tinney, Don Hall Sarah Nightingale, Warren Drew, and Shirley Fields Their Commanding Officer was Mrs Lena Pitson After a hard year of knocks and bumps mingled with varied experiences we advanced a rank higher for the fall of 1950 Seven of our company had moved to stations elsewhere. however Harold Bay Georgie Scott, Norma Medlin Shirley Howard Juanita Lewis, Glen Perry and Shirley Fields Three new recruits enlisted though which helped to replenish the ranks of the Sophomores They were Jean Cannon Gerald Phelan, and Archie Hooper Later Clarence Townsend was added to our number Mr Earl Burton was our Commanding Orricer, Margie Hickens President, Bob Kennard, V President By the fall of 1951, we had really advanced in rank we were JHD10fll Eight of our company had moved to other camps Billie Jean Knight, Mac Cook, Gerald Phelan, Henry Wright, Dan Wickersham, Betty George, Genevieve Hlch ards, and Joslene Toon New recruits were Betty Ogle and l'Lois Rogers Our Commanding Officers were Miss Dorothy Legako and Mr W H Neese, Orin Harris, President, Aaron Bell, V President, and Paul Glndt, Secretary and Treasurer The major successes of our Junior year were the Junior Senior Banquet the theme of which was 'Hitch Your Wagon to a Star W and the Junior Play, 'Comin' Round the Mountain ' a three act hill billy comedy By September of 1952, we had advanced to the highest rank attainable in high school training We were Seniors! We were depressed to learn of seven of our buddies moving elsewhere They were Betty Ogle Ronnie Ross, Jean Cannon, Imogene Haworth, Claude Leonard, Ruby Masterson, and Aaron Bell By the end of the first semester we had also loet Barbara Munn Mr W H Hesse remained as our Commanding Officer, Sarah Nightingale, President, Orin Harris, Y President, Kay Shook, Secretary, and Margie lickene, Treasurer As the mustering our period arrived at the end of our Senior year, we looked back on four full happy years filled with knowledge gained and many happy experiences These years were filled with a combination of seriousness and galety mixed in proper proportions Finally the big day arrived OUR GRADUATION! Ieedless to say, there was sadness mingled with gledness as we reviewed our beloved school days and the many cherished MI OBIES of dear old Union High I l O I I I I I I ' and Kay Shook, Secretary and Treasurer. ' Jwpfww Berg it is Nay 23 1963 and I am on my way to the reunion of the Class of '53 There have been several changes about the old school building w1thin the past ten years I can hardly wait to see all the old guys and gals to see how much they have changed As I enter the bu1ld1ng, whom do I see but Mr Neese our Senior Class Spon ser He's the Janitor now Archie Hooper, the new Shop Teacher, is bawllng the peer old chap out for not sweeping the shop clean enough Guess Neese taught im tha Shop too well There is the former Sue Miller Her husband, John M Bothell, is in the loan buszness now He'll be a little late for tne party. He had to haul off poor old Mrs Pitson's furniture She was a nickel short on the last payment By golly' It's Sammy Lewis and his lovely wife, the former E'Lois Hogers Sam owns the lar gest hog rance in the country with over 5 O00 hogs E'Lois says she's happy, but she sure gets tired feeding all those hogs Well, hello Margie Nickensl So you're a secretary now at San Quinton Prison! You plan to marry Aaron Bell when they release him next Month! Well, congratula- tions! What in the world are all those sirens? Why, there's Orin Harris ducking in the back door He probably got in a hurry coming over here and had to di tch the traffic cops He's still a race danon, having won the 'Indianapolis 500' four years in a row. Who is that he's shaking hands with? It's Si Evans who plays football with the Detroit Lions Si has helped the Lions do something they never did before- they lost every game last year That woman over there is Mary Charles, owner of the 'Ihlsa Ridlng Academ where you will find the best horse flesh in the country I wonder why all those men are gathered over there You might know They are talking to the famous act- ress, Patty McDaniel, and her equally famous husband, Jack Rothrock Jack is fam- ous for brewing the best corn likker in the State of Oklahoma lector You were warned to be careful with those firearms, Three-Fingers Who is that guy that keeps trying to convince everybody that he sells tne best cars in town? It's James Calvin, auto salesman first class There is Paul Glndt the auct1oneer, who is now married to the former Norma Tinney They left thelr six children at home tonight Paul always sa1d he would run things around his house and sure enough he does He runs the leunmower, the washing machine, the vacuum cleaner, and everythlng else that needs to be run Well, I'll declare, if it 1sn't Warren Drew Warren came all the way from Texas Just for this reunion That guy tagging along behind him is Don Hail, the foreman of Drew's cattle ranch Hey, you guys' Wipe the uh uh uh mud off your boots Here comes some lucky guy driving a Super Cadillac Oh no, can it be' Yes it is hgene Carnes, owner of the Chico Club, Hollywood's slickest Night Club And there's Sarah Nightlngale and Hazel Johnson who do the double-bubble dance at Possum s Club Hi, Jim! Jimmy Murphy now plays basketball with the famed Harlan Globe- trotters When 'Goose' Tatum retired last year they couldn't find a negro good enough to replace him s0 they hired Murphy There's another Cadillac! Kay shook always did say she'd never marry until she found a man that owned a Cadillac Key did better than that She got a government Job and bought her own Cadillac. Bob Kennard, Frances Gallagher, and Jodle Sarasua are unable to be here tonight Bob is a brain surgeon now, and Frances, his nurse is helping him perform a very delicate operation on poor Jod1e's brain. He used it a little too much after he left dear old Union High Well, it has been nice seeing all you pals again See you around about May 23, 1913 So long! e ' . h t . , e ' 7. As I live, if it i.sn't Clarence Uhree-l'ingersJ Townsend, the famous gun col- ' . .. , , D . I A 7,0455 de the class of '53 School of Union, being sound in mlnd, and all agreelng upon one thing, hereby make tnls our last Will and Testament to CD8 many friends we nope we have here at Union nigh To our deer ole Alma Mater, we leave tae Class of '5U to roam the halls while we are here only in memories fMr Grove we hope some of them are good J To Mr Schubert, we leave his office in which we have held so many QUUBIDBBBJ conferences To Mr Neese, our faithful sponsor, we give our CDBDKB and appreclation for your help and guidance the past two years Mrs Pitson we leave our sincere love and thanks for being a wonderful teacher and pullzng us through many tough hours as individuals as well as a group Kay Shook, will my ability to intrigue the boys to Carol Sangster CJust be natural, Carol J Orin Harris, will my large stack of traffic tlckets and police summons to Carl Haywood CLet'e try for a record Carl D Pat McDaniel wlll my ability to drive a car to Delores Sexton CDon't be afraid, Delores, I wasn't D Margie Nickens will my ability to prance to my high stepping friend Ruby Kelly CStep high Kid D We, John Bethell and Sue Miller will the amorous atmosphere we have created during the past years to Paul Nickens and Beverly Poplin fNice going, kids J Mary Charles, will my ab1lity to F3158 rabbits to darold Gallagher CHope you have better luck than I did J Sammy Lewis, w1ll my height and obesity to Carol Crumb CBetter start spreading, Carol J Norma Tinney will my loud mouth to KBZDPYH Cole CSave it for a Eugene Carnes will m abillty to win the girls to Donald Gilbert CIt's really easy, Donald J E'Lois Rogers will my ability to stay out of trouble to Carol Crumb CTake it easy, Carol J B Townsend, will my ability to play volleyball to James Smith CUse both hands James J Hazel Johnson will my blonde halr to Dewey Douglass CIt's natural, Dewey J Don Hail, w1ll my ab1l1ty to play a slush pump to Charles Hendricks ,Keep pumping Chuck J Sarah Nightingale, will my temper to Credia McPherson KJust keep cool, Credia J Paul G1ndt will my ability to play basketball to Tommy Peters Cleep trying Tommy and you'l1 make the grade J Jodle Sarasua and Si Evans, will our place in Uncle Sam's Army to Jimmy Blaylock and Melvin Harris CGood luck, boys J Jimmy Murphy, will my 6' 7' to next year's basketball team CThey'1l need it D , Jack Rothrock and Warren Drew, will our ability to create CTD to Charles and Roy Orsburn CTake it easy, boys.J James Calvin, will my mechanical fits to Jerry Ross CBeware, Jerry J Archie Hooper, will my sedate way with the girls to Paul Holt Bob Kennard, w1ll my place in the Study Hall to Bill Hobbs Kkeep it hot, B111 J hereby name as Executor of this, our last Will and Testament, our class sponsor. Hr W H Hesse In witness whereof, we the Class of '53 do set our hand and seal J U To e , 7 I, . I. V . I, A , ' D . In v ' s I, h ' ' ' . I, ' . In s ' rainy day, Katie.D I, , ' . I, , . 1, c. . . , . Il n . ' I' . . . . I . . I, . Is ' s ' We, ' , ' I, ' . We I, . e I, - I, ' - We . 15-3 Semco Color Press, Inc Oklahoma Cnty OkIahoma SCHOOL ANNUAL PUBLISHERS ROY H NOEL Manager No them Sales Dnvnsnon P O Box 1 107 220 North Moffet Ave Phone 1412 JOPLIN MISSOURI OKLAHOMA GREENHOUSE FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ROY HENRICKS COMPANY Phone 7 9593 Tulsa Oklahoma T IS: JEIYILOPI C I, e Po tabl Typ R b It O fce Typ in YN nl: -LJ1..g1'Klf1lI EE Elm , I If I Q Ll5 '1fI' N I I2 ua. Q C G? 'fa li 'LJ POWER SPRAVERS' FARM MACHINERY I N? MILKERS AND sEPARAmQs Q s DPNK EPS! OM 4 :J KELLY TRACTOR -14' " AND TOPS FOR OUTINGS AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS IMPLEMENT COMPANY BOTTLING COMPANY OF TULSA 701 W Th d T I Ok h o F . . . l . , 4615 . a e J-L U , O H10 I - N w r e ewriters ?7 X e ui f i ewriters "I ' ' . I -, T..-:AIA V '-...ruin K 'T-I? 1 IES 1 f'W1w" - .5 ' ' , , .- ' lil 1 i if 5 . . ' - ' . 'Hn ' , -. 1 . ., ,L x i r : 2. iv' . .fe - 3 .I ' ' " 1 I I - ,h B I K T CL Q FX, J . .CE - - ., fe L - 2 , if ,T f aa fs' - 53' '.:wi1'1 SJ "1 2 65? Q lf' 51: Il". f12.'4Ix 'I 'X H ' QNX N- lx75 ,- E 1 'XX Q ll E r-K! . K J A , I Q. -L' . ir u sa, la omo e6g:A!:n,gvAl.u:s urrell umber 0. "I.U5IIBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIES" 114 WEST COMMERCIAL PHONE 278 EVERYTHING IN CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! IJNSIECKER S BROKFN ARROW Ohl AHOMA Roy Ollvers Jewelry Co M I h d Se! s o lee cold Cake is If a part of any pawn the fofrcshmg part IOTIILD UNOCI AUTHORITY Of THE COC CO COMPANY IV RKANSAS ALLEY STATE ANK A GOOD PLACE TO BORROW A SAFE PLACE TO DEPOSIT ember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporanon IHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OKLAHOMA 1 rI11I frr O1 Huff C rrlurx A I Craham President Fa hler I IN Walton F 9 Hurd C F Foster Sue Ann Crxham Dnoc-t F I4 Fogter Vxce Prefudent Each Depomt In ured Up to S10 000 by FDIC l Tl ISA IOI I IOI I BOTTI INC IUWIIANY J V I I' X Cornplmnenrs of ' I o c ed Dion-non s 3OI .Boulder Tulsa, klohomo Of L 45' I - ' . 4. 1 , ' A Aw .I. I.. Tomlinson, f'asI1icr. R. R. ESkridge, Assistant S'3..'.' .... ,.,2 Q '. I . .1 . " MVS: . I. . . ' .' . llf ' .' S , . ,, , ,. ...., ,,,,,,, ..,., . r M ..,,,. - .,,.,- In J Al 1 A I , A I BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1953 I tlh I f kph 1 OKLAHOMA TELEPHONE COMPANY BRADLEY CllEVll0LET 40709 Q M CHEVROLET W bfmayi allaftffvoyfff ff eyffffefyf f ff iff fy! WW f M f M n Z Zeweebe BROKEN ARROW LEDGER O C A M WILLIAMS S ppl Pbl h JACK MURRAY TRACTOR SALES Ch E BROKEN ARROW OKLAHOMA ANDY ANDE RSON Pb t g pkg 6181 Raymond Goodner Electnc Oklahoma Natural Gas 7 Bynum s Groc Cr Market 'l22S M P 3 ANDERSON LA 116 C UNDRY 2 9 Davis Tlre and Applnance 209 S M FARMERS MA 318 S M RKET 3 POYNORS BARBER SHOP l'l8S M We in the elepbone business never forge! that behind every e ep one number there are peop e-people who depend on us for swift, accurate, dependable elepbone serrire. If is our aim to ee t is service as rourteous, as belpfu and as friendly as we can make it. , Lo. ain Phone 254 C :" 7 7 ! ,,,1, f , ,,,, f X . 7 ' fi Y s"n A ff efd A Printing - ffife u ies Allis- almers and New Holland quipment o o ra f . 5423 E. COLLEGE PHONE 4416 Ph B k A 31216 S Mom Phone 30 . ain hone 30 ornmercaol Phone 1 Om phone 233 om Phone 2 7 D ain CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! DIXO LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER PAINT HARDWARE ALL TYPES OF BUILDING MATERIALS 3225 S HARVARD TULSA OKLAHOMA GENE NILL BODY HOP YDU SMASH EM' WE FIX EM' Phone 217 BROKEN ARROW OKLAHOMA Qulgg s Drug Store RELY ow Us YOUR DDVTDR DOFS PRFSCRIPTION PHARMACIQT9 Phone 279 Broken Arrow COX 81 SON DEPARTMENT STORE 21 Year in Tulsa 2318 22 E Admnrul Blvd Phone 2 0146 THE KENNARD S FUNERAL DIRECTORS DIAL 213 N J I' NN-XRD I in It I RII S XII ATS I L RIN X CI OV SAINI IA I ION PRODLCTS U Tulsa Oklahoma A ON MINI: HOME TOWN ICE CREAM FARMERS UNION CO OP D IIRTIII o1t1 N IOIxLI -XIIOXX L a Coates Feed Store 7310 East Ele e th Street O Okloho CLIFFORD BAKERY Fine Pastries and Home-Made Bread. We Specialize in BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING CAKES Phono 6-5757 1750 South Harvard HULL S GROCERY OOD I INI UI LILOK I Ix ol t md Hugo Scotts DX Servlce Phone 4291 423 S Mom Broken A ow Oklohomo Jones Drug Company P esc pt o Spec ol sts Free Del e y Pho e 9 6343 21st 8. Ho ord T Iso Oklohomo ' Tl J 1 1 C . 7 II. A. MAY, Licensed Hmbalmer X NIR-I - 3- KE-'.'. . Ii1"d Ifum-rni Director ,X Hi' 1 ' main.-IIIANIIAE Z-.L 4 BAKER S MARKE18. FEED Af' Ilflw I :I IIIIIIIIIF' 'ILIQIAQ I-'K I 'I 'Ik' I 'I L I I Lv: I I JS G50 ICZLSL IIII1 S . IOICICII SICIC " 'I . ZICR V n I20S1I.Iain-II' Hn." ', Ikl. Tumi mo I AG ,fi 7 I' "I'II'IS ' s 2 . 'lf I l . r ri in i I ' iv r n - ry I rv u , TRY BILL BAKER'S F All Y Cloth Q Needs t Ma St cet o e A o Jones Rx Drug Store Pre C pt on Spec als Phone 304 Broken Ar ow Oklahom Good Things To Eaf' IOYDS GROCERY 8. MARKET Compluments 1 HUDSON FORD SALES 324 S Mum Broken Arrow, Okla Dlckason Goodman Lumber Co Furnlture Hardware Palnf Phone 375 Ilroken Arrow Okla Lil' Emd Oldahon a BROKEN ARROW S WAREHOUSE MARKET Frozen Food Iockers YOUNG S LAUNDRY Ill and 'Hrs R I Younq 102 South NI1111 I Un I Cobb Insurance and Real Estate Pho e 4011 B oken A ow Oklohom M CUISTION AUTO SUPPLY IOI NORTH MAIN BROKEN ARROW OKLAHOMA PHONE 215 SHOP AND SAVE Town Cruer Grocery and Market B oke A row Oklahom Trade th Conf dence of the ECONOMY CENTER SIIOI S IND PLRNIBIIINGS Pm the E'IltlIC Ifamllx Umm Ol l1homa I AN EIAICIIERY 8. EEED I RIOI I'-XI X I III Kb 101 South Rldlll Ixoken 'XIIOXK Okla D141 798 Noun FIIQTICIIN Jeueim JENNINGS JEWELRY KAIHERIKRE S ISEIIJIIY IEIOPPE STEWART FEED STORE PURINA FEEDS I5 E Da as o 345 Boke A Oklahoma ESKRIDGE S NAEIIONAI I N XIJXI R'I ISBD BRANDS HURQPIQIFERS or our in S fi I I E75 So h un r Br k rm rr w, Okl . o ll ' ll ' 0 Y r . O 1 A -71 1 Ku 0 O -fi E-ff..--3 -F-E U A 13' . . . Sf fnfffl. 1'!1ff!ff1.1.' N711 ' , 1 9 V ,: ,,,--,,,,,k, N-, , , A.,..,-.... - .,..- ... ...-.-..- N... - -----1 Y E I T A 4 ,K L l . , . f - 0 - 1 I U ll I as " , . . ' L' A 1" I I1 C 1 f' ., F1 r rr , Q Nw- -.--H ,V , V Y, YW ,. ,,,--.,-...,. --......-.4.....1.i....-..,.- wi i . . 1 . v 1 v v V v I 'JR : - . R A L r n r ' - , I '- ' ' f a T . . . I . . I'xIOIx0I1 .- , 1: 1 I r I L , . . ,,. , , , . . N SL I' u -I I'1zIzlJ -- ,. E, C I . Il Ph ne "" ' ' U . - 1 f v .1 . I ' 'n ' . , . r n rrow, '. ' 1 -,U ,,,-- , 1 I Y 41 ' . .' Y v IIN' , , . . Y 4. 1 - 1 , A A A A 1 I 1 R 1 x I' T , 7 1 . , ' Y N . 7 E A ' 1 7 1 1 9 '- .f 1 "rf 'A ' COMPLIMENTS OF CROSE CURRAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY Complrments 0 CLAUDE GOLTRA v A imma SIPILY IZJI HOVIA NUSHO THEATER Pleasmg Enterta: nment PHONE 360 124 S Ma n Br ken Arrow Oklahoma Marshall Sup 6' Equlp Co INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES AND MACHINERY 107 West F rsf Tulsa Oklahoma BROKEN ARROW PASTRY SHOP Assunzo QUALITY s. PRESHNESS Spec al Orders Prompt Attenhon I6 S B oken Arrow Oklo WARDROBE CLEANERS FRANK HENDRICKS Manager Phone 329 221 S Mann Broken Arrow ARI S ROLLER RINK Compliments from 5151 8 Memor al Drnve u Icy's Cafe and Servlce Sta T Isa Oklahoma AVAILABLE FOR PARTIES Broken Arro Oklahoma RELIABLE BOOT 8. SHOE REBUILDERS PHONE 9 4105 1106 S Yale Tulsa Oklahoma BAKER S GROCERY 8. MARKET BUY AND SAVE phone 1221 Broken Arrow THE LEADER DRY GOODS 206 S Ma n FORMERLY BEESLEY S Broken Arrow Complurnents from The Lawnmower Hospital 7877 E 21st Street Tulsa Oklahoma I . i 0 , Mq1rLJ,l J VIL ' Co , O I I I' 5 Zu! V547 WI SEEN IUISA CIIL-1 i , i - ' t . Mom V f . . . . W n . - r - , . i . . KARNER HARDWARE 8. FURNITURE Your Hardware Store Broken Arrow Oklahoma BROKEN ARROW ELEVATOR 2 Phones LEONARD S FUNERAL DIRECTORS Broken Arrow Blxby CLINDINING BROTHERS BUTANE 8: PROPANE APPLIANCF Servel Re rzgerators Broken Arrovs Oklahoma Woodell s Grocery 8' Stohon t 7 t St O ood s for GOOD GOODS TACKLE BAIT 5601 o A o Ok bAVESl HEALSv Act! 4 12 Jas 5 14 BAPTIZES COMING S00 Compllments of Dr C C Brlssey MOODY IMPLEMENT COMPANY Jounr QQ Dunn: Tulsa Oklahoma J A Waldrep Wholesale Serving Tulsa Since 1905 1209 EAST THIRD ST 3 3166-7 TULSA OKLAHOMA Tuckers Barber Shop 0 Okl ho COM PLIM ENTS OF HVLAND CLOTHIERS TUXEDOS I6 w rfwno FOR RENT 7-UL,-,4 Comp! A FRIEND OF THE BANU' Woodward s Lunch BROKEN ARROW Stevenson Motor Co DE SOTO PLYMOUTH Phone 207 Broke A ro Oklahoma STEWARTS FLOWERS 8: GIFT SHOP LEDGER BUILDING TELEPHONE 319 Compl Co rl Leo Ponhoc COM PLIMEN TS OF Broke A Ok h PETE WILSON OKLAHOMA 220 NDRTH :-:no STREET Paar BD' SEI'IUUI..ffEII:I:IEE SUPPLY EO Muslcosss DKLAHDMA 213 2 2 - - 3 I II ll f . I V, I I 0 H Memorial a Is reef Tulsa, klahomo Phone Br ken rr wf Iahoma . . : ,onion-qt M rr 3 ll! NI 1 a . . . A018 1211 Admiral 8. Lewis Phone 2-6930 . . . I Compliments of I I I 1 ' Phone 1 Br ken Arrow a mo iment f . . . I . 9 n r w, iments from n rrow, Io oma I I ff an HXUTUGRHPH w HUTUGHHPHS , Q N! wr ,- E y W' 'Y' " l'K'Z'QQ 1 QD"- 1 4 ,- ru. ,A ' " ""'1L V- - '.,,""" ' of I, ' I , ' 1 . 7' E , 'ug , 4... ,V 12 ,Tk -?: W. 'A W ,. I.


Suggestions in the Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) collection:

Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.