Union High School - Redskin Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

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a' X g r fi xx 1' F Nh, 'A x 58. Ng xx N 4 21. uf--55 'FEW Sig f "'5"'..f ,V 4 ill i uilivdl 3 ,ad v X x N A -. . . x I 3-Q" "wr - - 'X' y ' 'I rx , l -" -I I ' ' . E I . I -. 'C' 'l"'L' ' I ' ' 1 , ' ' 'Jig' .pA.---- ' ' ' K' ff "" - -4 R K r r I , nut , X , f X' '45 rn-1: unlin- Q 13 r snxva 1'ff WI? 'K M I x I PRESENTING THE 1955 REDSKIN 9 ,rw Barbara Dougless Yearbook Ed tor B1111e Dean Glpso Asslstant Ed tor Mrs Lena PIISOH Sponsor PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OE UNION HIGH SCHOOL ' -I 1a,.f'i'fv,1 A A , kg, ' 0: V , .I if O , 'W 1 'n I ' ' ' ' , ' A ji 5 K' " n , . I Il ' , f - , 1 'J , " fi M ff gc Y' "aiu ' X . 'tl -.iz . ff" 45251. f O I P 5 V I Ax 'f , a. X , I ' .4 I 7 ' 4 - .gf ' I 5 I I . - g xx I 4 , W , V .5 2 N , x "' 5 ,r.. .T . I - , Q' tb LJYQK :Q QI, A A , . . 7 , ' 4 ., ' 4Z'.-:Lek-L?1tA.:fE5f2'if 'X ,X ' - A -' " ' f" - Q . -, . ,ai vmfg, ,. .I 'jfr-151' ,LK ,f. , , - N itm1.,.1. , I U 5 I ANNUAL QUEEN Delano Sedan 'U' 1, VW! fe, FOREWORD As the years go by and you agarn turn through the pages of th1s book we hope that rt vvlll brrng back many fond memorles Among these memorres wlll be those of laugh ter as well as those of tears Nothlng could ever express these mcmor1es as well as musrc The sad the dreamy and the gay all have thc1r place rn the lrves of thc students of Unron School Memor1es of those broken hearts from young romances are echoed ln the words of sad hauntlng ballads Those dreamy dances wlth that specral some one may be recalled by the hlt tunes of that trme Gay and peppv songs can bc heard wrth the cheerlng of our athletrc teams and at those unforgettable partres Old songs that have agaln become popular brrng back memorles to our faculty of the days they were ln hrgh school We now presen to you the 1955 REDSKHN As you read rt may you always have a song rn your heart and a smrle on your face THE STAFF THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES THE STAFF SEATED. fleft to rrghtj Gay Dell Goodwm, Karen Boevers, Iulra Sarasua, Delores Sexton, Barbara Odell, Bar bara Dougless, fEd1tor3, Mrs. Lena Pltson, fSponsorJ, B1l1y Dean Grpson, fCo Edxtory, and Betty Austrn. STANDING Ierry Ross, Carl Haywood, Bobby Peters, Irmmy Blaylock, Wayne Lancaster, Fred Hawk, hm Vestal, Buddy Henley, Charles Hendrlcks, Ben Nxghtengale, Darwm Maxey, and Charles Cosper. 1 ,. T ' ' 7 . V. . . g . , - . t r 1 ' w 3 A J rw 1 0 K '1 . - . . T A 3' . ' ' 1 J 1 A, ' 7 U , ' . . f s ' v Aw' Q A ,U . . J ' ' ' 1 1 J 1 t . . L 1 ' . y A. ' , . . L n . IV , J., F - . 3 1 ' - , E . T A 4 X x fa . . 5 DEDICATION FOR YOU By D1v1ne Provldence most of the members of the 1955 Graduat1ng Class have been prwlleged to travel together IH thelr journey through h1gh school years Many memorles are assoclatecl wxth thls journey Some are welcome guests because of the assocnatnons they recall and the frlendshlps for wh1ch they stand A few are sad ones ln a way yet they are upl1ft1ng and soul satlsfylng because they represent the occas1ons when we have paused to count the numerous blessmgs we enjoy from day to day Among these memorles are our past assoclatlons w1th a beloved classmate who has not been so fortunate as we Yet out from hxs mlsfortune and sacr1f1ce emanates our des1res and prayers that each of us may grow stronger both morally and sp1r1tually for havmg known and loved hxm May our love and adm1rat1on help h1m to rlse above h1s d1sappo1ntments and cheer htm as he thlnks of hxs mlscarrled plans and bllghted hopes . May our fr1endsh1p and assoclatlon w1th hlm make us stronger and braver for l1fe's battles and so strengthen our falth that It wxll become the substance of thmgs hoped for and the evldence of thmgs not seen. We the Senxor Class, very humbly and reverently dedlcate the 1955 REDSKIN to our beloved classmate, JAMES WOODWARD. ,A.p,-, .tr ' . fmt. g f--,a.vL5,,,,NN 6, . .SX . ' '- ' X at K , 1 rv vu . . ' : . . . , . N . . . . x . . MORE WE GET WALKING BE o ,-'fd - 1 sms, , ATION F OR N THE WE KNOW I-HND THINGS MEAN SHE SWEET DEE AKE BOW BOWS YOU THE 'ZLOYAL v 01111 53241 Jn dffsw 16 ,as THE BRAIN TRUST In addrtlon to the1r numerous respons1b111t1es to thelr homes and therr respectrve vocatlons these c:1v1c mmded members of the Board of Educatlon gxve unsparrngly of the1r tlme and servxces toward rmprovmg the educatlonal opportunmes and facrhtles of Umon Schools SEATED fleft to rrghtj Mr T F Hames Supermtendent Mr L O Flud Pres1dem of Board Mr E H T1nney Clerk STANDING Mr C A Vance V1cePres1dent Mr M J Johnson Member Mr W E Davrs Member 'Wvox f"'1.,...,, 'yt if . w -'-wi'57"' ADMINISTRATION TOP GUY. Our school superintendent Mr. T.F. I-Iames, takes a great deal of interest in the problems confront- ing Union School, as well as its stu- dents, faculty members, and patrons . He is always ready and willing to take time out from his many duties to cheerfully answer any and all questions concerning the welfare of the school or the community. 'jhrzfuzb dn QU-.Snuhq 611.0 Cffafcluhq Mau" AT YOUR SERVICE INFORMATION PLEASE The issuance of Admit Slips is only one of the many jobs confronting our High School Principal, Mr. Robert B. Grove. Mr. Grove is responsible for all student activities, both at home and away. He serves as an advisor to students, faculty members, as well as the parents of the community. His co- operative attitude toward all the problems of the school pro- gram has gained for him many life- long friends thoughout Tulsa County. ..-I" Ill ll Qlwayn FACULTY MR YXRI H BURTON MdIl11.1n.111pb wunxor Co sg on or 'TV' 112' MR GI RAI D H XI MONJ 51 LL UUIOT K L M ull MRS. LENA PITSON Business Education Senior Co -Sponsor I Q MR5 HELEY I-IARREL5OIN Home Econonucs In H A Snonsor -v-111 Nu., fi- MR BILLY JOE CAGLE Athleuc Coach '--.gf -Q MR ORIIN E BRADLEY Industrral Arn Freshmen sponsor fiw MR. HUGH MOGUIN Band Director fi. Z-n MR GEORGE BOEXERs Vociuonal Aguculrure MR ALLEN COX xoua1Sc1Lncc sophomore Sponbor ,x fx X- MRb MARY LOUIbE bCHNARRE Vocal MUSIC SEN IGRS CLASS OFFICERS QS IDELOI Es silk TON CHA RLE HENIDRICKS, B ARB XR X DOUGLE Orem L I res QVXQUMX lvl ' , Y Ay 'SN O 3 vw., X' 'S 5' fl. ' 5 1' A :'f5wSg:,N 5 if iiwp xv? . I 4. 1 , 43,57 A, 1 ,WL S" , ' .1 ' V 1 S L N z QC Sc, -try-Trea: . I- Salem V' ' -- 'd nt S .Q XS -W, ' 0 f S ff ... y .xffwlf 4014 A MAI! 2 41" A-"Q T' DARWIN MAXEY FFA 4 years FFA Offrcer 1 year Yearbook Staff 1 year Junror Play Senror Play Foot ball 2 years, Annual Krug 1 year, Class Offrcer 2 years, Lettermen's MU 5-" of w-ff' Club 2 years. "I'll Guess Wrth You" wg WDM Aa!! Q BARBARA ODELL Offrce 1 year- Honor Socretv 2 years, Iunror Play, Senror Play, Yearbook btaff 1 year, Lrbrarran 2 years, Basketball 3 years, FHA 3 years, Pep Club 2 years. "I Never Met a Man I D1dn't L1k6," XR Dl'l.ORl:w SLK1 OV Bruel lxears lll 1b 1 Xe C rr ro I ay w uror Play Football Queen 1 year XC1l'l700li wlleell 1 year Cllss See So Treas lyears YFC Pres 1 year Yearbook staff l year lr ella all 7 years Cooel tluuw s eonre ru small paek If es V 1 year Clas e ear Llass V ll e l year Glee C l1b years Lrbrarran 2 years B tsl eth 1ll -1 years student Councrl Nec l ye lr Popularrty Uueen 1 ye tr Yearbook ldrtor l year Honor soerety lyears weuror Play Juuror Play Cheerleader 1 year Hx Lxghts Eelrtor 1 year Pep Club 4 vears If words were worth dollars she s be a rnrllronuarre SE IORS f"5u cvs JIMMY BLAYLOCK Baseball 1 year, Yearbook Staff 1 year benror Play, mg, Else to Do I go to School Q 4 Iunror Play 'When 'l:here's Noth . S S X T 9 N In r 1 I F 2""'o:' R., - F X at 5 I - X N -Y we F o , A 14 yt-trrsf tfllA,llfEes,, 1 yi, Pull Clr - j-arsg Glue llub l yea gjuu- 'r 71-5, y,- A 1 H a' I lLsk.' it L',"' . "1 'g ' s p 4 ' - vLls"' W BAllBAllA oououiss: VHA 4 years, 1 FHA , Pres, A . g 'ss Prrs, 1 yvgim' . rs.'jrg f BL 2 ig ' ' A .. ' g 1. P L ' g 2 - , ' ' A. A' . . v.L 5 ' 1 s .awk L 6, glflwldnufmll 4-ff' CHARLES HENDRICK5 JUlllOl' Play bemor Play Football Bxears Bas ketball 4 years Baseball 1 yt ar Yearbook staff 1 ye tr IFA 4 years l-FA Pres 1 year Baud 4 tears Baud Pres 1 ye ar student C ounerl l year Class OfflCLF 1 tear Letter meh s Club 1 tear Bass Quartette 1 year The Answe to Barbara s Prayer BEN NIGHTENGALE Football 2 years Yearbook staff 1 year FFA 2 years Lettermen s Club 7 years FIA 7 years Juhlor Play semor P ax lt s such a plawue to e a handsome man SENIORS GAY DELL GOODWIN. Band 3 years, FHA Queen 1 year, Yearbook staff 1 year, FHA Sec. 1 year, Class Treas. 1 year, Pep Club 3 years, Glee Club 1 year, Twtrler 2 years, Semor Play, FHA 3 years, Basketball 1 year, YFC 1 year. 'Smart and Sweet and so Petrte. " ex wig!!-final Q' 'IS' FRED HAWK Football 2 years, Year book Staffl year, IUDIOI Play, Senror Play, Lettermerfs Club 2 years, FFA 2 years. "lf l stay smgle, II won't be my fault, " Pi Ki 'un-1' W---uv JERRY ROSS Football 4 years Base ball 2 years Basketball 4 years FFA 4 years, Band 4 years, Yearbook Staff 1 year, Class Offrcer 1 year, Letter men's Club 2 years, Juruor Play, Sen tor Play, YFC 1 year. "If Only the G1r1s Would Leave Me Alone. " 5" Hlwii . .UI f ,fe 'D Qidqff QL 1 S , , 1 - -. Y -inl- i , U o YV - -- - -Y 0 , fs! " ,,g:r",d: : R. ' 3 W' s I 1 J Q Q. 1 .V - A . X lxftx Q A 'Q-nj """'f7 lj. H ' ,' ' ,, ,' Ib . f 5 ' ff Q , I, . f l-Q. fkfnmwli afdgphka TOR? X 6' CARL HAYWOOD: Yearbook Staff 1 yearg Junior Play: Senior Playg FFA 2 yearsg Band 4 yearsg Football 2 yearsg Baseball 3 yearsg Band Officer 1 yearg Class Officer 1 yearg Letter- men's Club 3 ears. "No, No. Girls, Y I'm Spoken For. " :Pl 4? M 3.122 WAYNE LANCASTER: Band 4 yearsg FFA 4 yearsg Junior Playg Senior Playg Football 2 yearsg Basketball 2 yearsg Baseball 2 yearsg Yearbook Staff 1 yr. "God Bless the Women, I Love Them All. " BOB PETERS Baseball 4 mars loot ball 3 years Basketbtll 1 years Band 4 years Fl A 4 yt ars ll A Of freer 1 year Honor Sottetv l year Junior Play Senior llty Popularity King 1 year Yearbook staff l year Staff 1 year Trombone luartettc. 1 year Bras Quartette l year Girls Girls They faseinate me JULIA SARASLA FHA 3 years I Club F' years Yearbook Staff 1 year Librarian l year Glee Club 1 year When in Doubt Cigele' at SENIORS egtigkz' JIM VESTAL: FFA 3 yearsg Junior Playg Senior Playg Baseball 1 yearg "Sv lvvf Wm I frwzanfwwj Basketball l yearg Yearbook Staff 1 year. "I Never Let Studies in- ' 5 -lllqd terfere with my education. " -17 ff - 1 fm A011124 2 f 1-1, ' 5 --. A , .f ' fi X 'iq i I ,. .1 - 'k Y ' M 1,-1 FX ln f- .-f i 'L 'gsm . faftffag . ' Ulf-1 ': . ' ' ': T - 13' I ' 5 ' 2 ' 'H 'g iii Ag :. - irish?-. : X L 9 . Q -fgg'-if , : ' ' ' : , Lettermen's Club 13 yearsg Ili-Lights - ' ' : . kt . s , ,- Z ' 5 . l l ' " ' I . , I f. I Z .. 5 S C ' : - Q ' 'g 'ep H . I s' ' 9 r . : . A L Y, ,A sq , ILL. I x N f A .rgr-A wrt, Q31-Lf l". , W R A . " I 0 S Fred Hawk Barbara Dougless just 3 Takm It pdsyi I se a Bashful Kid' Q, amos Woodward s Just a bwcll Gu Wayne Lancaster The Little Heart Breaker Barbara ODcll Mother s Pride and Joy CUR YESTERDAYS Gay Dell Goodwin Julia Sarasua "The Charming Little Miss" "The Little Snow Bird" ,,.ald Tx " Carl Haywood Mother's Little Soldier Darwin Maxey "Daddy's Little Man" QP Blaylock "TOO Shy!" Bobby Peters What S The Use?" Delores Sexton "I'm Scared of That Birdie" lk AQ.. 'F' Jim Vestal Charles Hendricks The Hot Rod Kid'- tg-asks., 4 Iwant My Ma - Mat ' NN bOfjeffvb:1R0SSM in o y ants e. Bert Nightingale 'S "i ill You Ridein My X X tile Red Wagon? ' gh jf ,,.,'-Def,-Jfaagf M' , J C7 44.14, Delores Sexton, Sweet and Charming 0:0 Ben Niglrringale, The Trumpeteer of J J .1 Q f Alf SENIOR a life f-JU ,F J Sfweafo ? .fthe P 144' Fred Hawk, Looking, For A Hula Girl Gay Dell Goodwin, The Srudious Type f I ru, ML J PERSGNALITIES D J' J WIHTL I J I f j . jx G'?""f""4'1G Jaw I J , Darwin Maxey, You Name lt, I Take It! 1 J T Jim Vestal, Bobby Peters, and Jerry Ross - Having a Big Time! GE?" Carl Haywood The Answer to a Girl's Dream! hp. QF J, riffs fqgek I J JH CpQgJ,M4'?3 Q, f Fred Hawk, the Sleeping, Beauty A 1242 Iulia Sarasua - - The Prim Little Miss Barbara Dougless O The Life of the Parry ,rbi haf, li Bobby Peters and Charles J' Hendricks, the Ha - Cm. Kids! Y? CL, 5 4 JJ ! -Q. iaxx 9'-141 1 J Y r L W M iw -be Jimmy Blaylock Wayne Lancaster, The Sheik Barbara ODell, So Delightful "Smiley" J JJ 5-1-Jff"0J"! f and fw"f9'7'm J Q W ff Bobby 1 Peters fu, an I Fred Hawk The J. Personality Kids f J Ben Nightingale, Laughing Boy J J L ,4 Bobby Peters, Jerry Ross, and Charles "The Siamese Twins" J Hendricks, the Three Musketeers 9 3 J Z,-z-?-?--,HL ffl., H J iA' Almost L all H Here! a A A 1 W it L o L T r H . E G se" Q 92 G is S Rina ,, is 9'-., A47 J I I J J J Jerry Ross "The Life of J .f-dwg Q-Obit. J-64,424 Zlfatl, QL!! may john was elected by opular b ll t f h Ergh schoil gtucdehtebidlylre He has done an excellent JOb presrdmg over the Student Councrl thrs year John Merritt P d 2 fggimlrocrrntorej lf- 'xl 1 3 .,hs"uu. SEATED Cleft to rrghtj Frances Kappus Frtshrnan Vrce Presrdem Barham Douglcss Senxor Vrce Presrdent Earlene Clayton Sophomore Vrce Presldent lVldI'C13 lVlCDdlll6l sol nomore lremdent STANDING Terry Wm Freshman Iresrdcnt Charles Cosper Jul lor Vice Presrdent Charles Hendrrcks S mor lrcsrdem Buddy Henley Jumor Vrue lrcsrdcnr Mxke Henley Sophomore Secrcriry The Umon Student Councrl 1S strll 1n 1ts rnfancy, so to speak nevertheless lt has gone a long way toward brmglng the student body and the faculty closer together The members of the Counctl were elected by the students themselves to serve as them: class offlcers They become representatrves from thelr md1v1dual class when they meet as the Student Councrl Each member of th1s group feels hrs responsrbrhty to the school, and takes prlde 1n hrs efforts toward helpmg to lmprove the eff1c1ency of the school . l A Mi, . x V Tgachers and Wives Board Members and Wives Juniors and Seniors ll , I7 Jluz WYZOJLQ Q All Have H21 jnq,Qfh,Q!1 :Y 4 . "M" 9' ' 5 :ff At the Junior-Senior Banquet And The Christmas Party Alf IUNIORS T, " sr ' .5 5,1 .fi . x , . gt: , : 5 4' ,y ' -7 , , ,v J B ij lf., Blake Halstead Joann Grayson Harold Fields Karen Boevers Donald Bartlett James Smith Billie Dean Gipson Dee Prince Connie Phillips John Burris Dolores Cooper Norman Ahrend Martha Keene Billie Doss Rex Randolph Lillian Gilbert Frank Bowes George Seratt Tom Bigler Pat Hardcastle at .0 P t X. Barbara Poplin Betty Austin Ralph fBuddyJ Henley, President Ineta Hudson, Secretary-Treasurer Charles Cospcr, Vice-President 'Ulm Cdallllhq Bnluhd u" , 'Q ' P 1 , ., ' C 1 1 ' 4 . K H, P 1 5 ft X lk ' -1 'N I I - 7 1 ' ' 1, V . X X we AN' si 1 A. K -' . D- , A A b Y .sv 4 .1 '4 rl I . 1 fa ,. r t IA L 4 SOPHOMCRES W rf , John Bloom if Janette Cosper J A - ,-f 5 3, Lou Anna Randolph Q, Tommy Peters Wanda Mason Harvey Holt Frankie Skidmore Gerald Crawford Deanna Halstead Keith Woodward Carolyn Wilson John Merritt Delores Meier Eddie Rothrock Wilma Payne Richard Lewis Ernestine Andersen Gary Nightengale Helen Grayson Delbert Salisbury Beverly Turner Eddie King Carlene crumb Donald l-lumbyrd Delores Murphy Jimmie Cline Wilma Hess Wayne Cummisky Margaret Justus Jerry Hames Donna Bradley Wayne Hail Emylia Cannon Larry Crabtree Bennie Hull Hobart Kelly Hubert Townsend Ethel Crippen Lowilla Davis Earlene Clayton Sec. SL Treas. Marcia MCD aniel President Mike Henley, V. President .Q 4 no 4 '- 3 J . J S-. L ' ' We I , f 'YA f 9199 W M yi' If s 7 Q 1 532: X X T3 V 1 - Y : Q 'Y A 4- . A i t ff A :al ,, X gf. .v 91, .Z ' :fin .-n'.l FRESHMEN , h Terry Witt "W " President In ,, Frances Kappus H I, X Vice-President ll Frances Shook W Secretary , 1 x 4 Jack Poplin , Treasurer Peggy Cosper Reporter Larry Hicks Reporter f Susan Keim James, fskipj Hawkins Carol Hulsman Wade Andersen Judy Nightengale Gene Gallagher Neallie Hooper Tracy Ree Donna Mehlhorn Edward Holt Bonnie Mehlhorn Bill Rothrock Bonnie Hawkins Junior Tackett Joann Patterson LeRoy Thompson Tommy Munn Patricia Andersen J.D. Fulps Johnny Charles Alma Io Staley Darlene Salisbury Ronald Deese Clifford Ramsey Charles Johnson Danny Williamson Charles Hooper Edna Faye Roberts Debora Wilkinson Aubrey Drew JM Jluhqa J .101 1.5 'nt .0 U.. l , N , ' -4 -J -4 frail r " "' ,4 'f, ,Set " , f ff A f l F . Q ,'T-' 131, f W -'f,l ,..f. rd 'f , f is is S' ref! 'I . ul . pq' x 5' rs. I, X, - N Y I J S MARY CLAYTON fEighth Gradej ATTENDANTS SEATED Qleft ro rightj: Ioan Srumbo, Joyce Humbyrd, LaDorma Cosper. STANDING: Richard Gotcher, Ad- ren "Butch" Shook, IeffB1oom. ll ll jwmdla-Qu-Qu GRADE SCHOOL QUEEN QE1ementary Grade-:SJ 'HMT .Sim Slum!" GRADE SCHOOL KING AND QUEEN fPrirnary Graclesj '23alu4 jalw H Bow" Robby Peters King 'kgzdtolm and dguum " Sue Smgef- ATTENDANTS SEATED lleft to rightj: Sue Ann Cantrell, Carol Sue Harrison, Ann Bullock, STANDING: Jim Huggins Steven Bullock, Jon Huggins. xii EIGHTH GRADE MR GLENN LUTHER sPONoOR Grade School Prrncrpal 'L Beverly Rothrock Phyllrs Grlbert Jrmmy Lewrs Bonnre Bond Kay Crow Larry Brown Ella Srms Wanda btace Benny Wolfe Barbara Woods Roger Eaurt Mary Clayton Barbara Halstead Don Krug Mary Lee Harold brms Norma Justus Opal Elvlngton DeW1tt Hartsell Jerry Frelds John Moore Wrllram Lorser Irmmy Rupe Sue H111 John McDan1el Judy Stumbo Ioe Bartlett Sylvra Woodward Travrs Townsend Wanda Barley Carolyn Lyden Leon Ellrs Glenda Hess Randy Flud Patty Crawford Robert Stephen Lee Archalxne Hayes Rrchard Payne Gerald Shook Almeta Hull Wayne Lee Nancy Boevers Imadene Harp Phllhp Mason t - X 4 94. z '- X ,E 3 t ., L L I Jah fl if 1 4' f If 4 A r -7 " ' 1- Q W ' 'E -gt., Q Y Y ., xy A, J B P . . WX Y E: 11 , 'Rx ' I ' 4 si C A, I F, 5 0 15 .3 5 , X5 2 3 ., ,g Jw- , 2 x If -4 1 U A A K , - :QW :' 2 'X 'A f A X . K: 5 'E Ig A L X LA' I . ' -gs n Q . A , 1 ' H, X Arlene Hull. " " X 4 1 f . 3-1:54 1 1 .af -R so f E' f pt L - A ' Q' 7' 1 Ax ' ' 'sf A If V , f ,, i 3 jg: 1: I 'Q -2 ' . J 1, tr , Z, A dl, 'F , . 'f'T Y I 1 f s's'-. . 73':l S Y Q Z V ' S A ' E , 'Z Y S ' gb. , . . 1 1' us 1 1 lr-W A Q" X f, A Ps? 2, A va Q ff ' ' 5 '- 5' ?' 1- SEVENTH GRADE QMr. Van de Wege's Groupj WN ,-, .. mv H 6 -v 3 , 4 tk 5- 4 ll v ,Wits 5 I 5 ' ' , E- It rt ' l im-:r--- t , rf so. .,' 3 +I 5 'R it t B .lv V A In ,A,, Q i x , Y 1 K: 1 .,,,-., ' 4' I 7 I H'- FIRST ROW: Betty Humbyrd, Dwight Vance, Linda Lambert, Walter Lipke, Alice Ver Noy, Mike Hanson, Della Mae Rothrock, Mae Hower. SECOND ROW: Tommy Harrison, Margie Lewis, James Summers, Frances Robinson, Dan Lawson Selma Crawford, Marty Cotton, Janice Deese, Lavon Tinney, Larry Ann Caffee, J.W. Roberts, ' THIRD ROW Mar Kappus David Gough Brenda Atherton Carolee Murphy, Anita Flanagan, Paula Emery. : y , . , Lois Austin, Duane Woodward, Wilma Stacy, Livia Elmore, Leonard Martin, Virginia Berg, Richard Gustine. l. T? SEVENTH GRADE QM1' . Hugh Moguin s Groupj '... '.. IL., -S' 4 ta .. 1' it 'A 23- gi W if 1' it ' ' . ' G i s '- f 'ff' 1 V " ' 11 ' jfs 'r 155+ E J ea A - A -- uf J- '-Q A 'lvl .ii FIRST ROW: Robert Melhorn, Billy Cotton, Danny Bailey, Harold Haley, Billy Salyers. SECOND ROW: Arthur ' k David J0neS Tommy Cantrell Richard Gotcher Nannette Ree Gerald Moore, Marcella Hudson, Cummis y, , , , , Jimmy Doss, Sharron Bennett, Emrnit Salyers, Joyce Toon, Ellen Rollins. THIRD ROW: James Evans, Jerry ' ' ' ' l d B W'l1' Odell, Robert Potter, David Rollins, Rupe, Jo Anne Stumbo, Richard Austin, Carl Shirey, G a ys erg, 1 iam Wayne Lee, Emma Lou Fulps, Jerry Steele. DIPE A . 4 QW, ' SIXTH GRADE TEACHER: Mrs. Gussie Medlin A , v-. .4 S mfg'-v v ilk , ,, 'U F I' I Ji 6 ' , Y 1 T" 7 'S 2 'J' 1 ' . f xi' J I JN n I K 10 ' fC.,-..--X, 'Keir-iix 4 ,vw v 5 . .10 R , ,J .X G LA 0 l , K P X f " - l D J ll fy ff L fl: ,n -' ar: :', I . I I ,ls H 1 if FIRST ROW: John Ree, William Crabtree, Neal Bradley, Laura Brown. SECOND ROW: Jim Lewis, Gary Hal stead, Jim Brown, Peggy Rothrock, Bill Perry, John Byrd, Carole Haley, Richard McDaniels, Charles Wilson Linda Brown, Elton Lewis, Paul Tackett. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Hull, Donald Potter, Joyce Humbyrd, George Murphy, Virgil Cooper, Barbara Richards, Barbara Niedens, Frankie La Foon, Carolyn South, Evelyn Christmas Thomas Remington, Barbara Bond. SIXTH GRADE TEACHER: Mr. Calvin Jetton est xx" ,, , V, ., R. y .V ., 4. i S .n""N: - .1 'Y in 1 is 'A 1 Q l YL 'Q M 'VI f at 'X 1 f ' Q FIRST ROW: Dwight Caffee, Phyllis Orcutt, Harvey Lewis, SECOND ROW: Cleta Andersen, Jim Bloom, Marjorie Fox, Jerry Bartlett, Frances Poplin, Helen Gatewood, Jeff Johnson, Joyce Pennington, Jerry Wilkin son, Linda Nightingale, Gary Witt, Bonnie Sue Seratt. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Sue Moore, Paul Archerd, Eileen Austin, Johnny Gotcher, Geraldine Sanders, Barbara Payne, Billy Autry, Bill Nickens, Betty Stacy, Dewayne Hartsell, Carol Cummisky, William Pattersen. TEACHER: Mrs. Mary Lee I 15 'Sk ' 'L 2 ' 'T ' .. v.':'. K 44 X .1 I f ' HZ: ' 'I ' ff fr? 4 ""' li - t ' 1 51 V 3 'TT' ' "'s A 'S V' fl' M ,I rl 4 uv 5 , 1' -1 x A :fi X 1 A . 7 ' w": 'Sl Fifi 5 ff it 'lf 'X ' g . fy , A I 4 'la L -, - an i r ' T . at ' 1 ' Q . , -, ig, at XA M3 T QQ it fr A ., :sl r . .N :ALM FIRST ROW: Julie Wolfe, Jimmy Arnold, La Donna Cosper, Joan Kuykendall, Jerry Clark, Marilyn Woodward, Frank Ray Stidham, Linda Kay Witt, Rickie Salisbury, Monty Evans, SECOND ROW: Sue Ann Woolsey, Linda Ann Rothrock, Jim Huggins, Dwight Meier, Jimmy Gustine, Nancy Ann Schmidt, Laurel Dayton Merrill, Linda Sturgis, Terry Townsend, Larry Ree, Custis Holdridge, Nadene Hulsman. FIFTH GRADE TEACHER: Mrs. Leslie Bumgarner 4 3 X 7 5 K if A I1 , f S gt, ii twiki T S J R f " fy ff.. fda f ll' ' 'en ".l-F.. i A L- ".'1"X4 FIRST ROW: Lonny Brown, SECOND ROW: Sherry Everett, Dean Parker, Sharon Medlin, Jerry Stumbo, Gail Shanks, Harry Vogler, Connie Drusch, Alan Woodall, Linda Jackson, Larry Erwin, Beverly Orcutt, Gerald Hail, THIRD ROW: Kathleen Merrill, Jeff Bloom, Jo Shirey, Donald Mason, Kathy Atherton, Steve Woolsey, Dianna Patterson, George Roberts, Dean Rollins, Celia Caffee, Robert Bethell, Mamie Lou Sanders. FOURTH ROW: Roddy Gambrile, Janice Hess, Warren Odell, Judy Warren, Linda Harrison, Ray Edwards, Cheryl Ramsey, Ierry Lewis, Sue Cooper, Charlotte Doss, George Hicks, Carol Thompson. FIFTH AND FOURTH GRADE al. FOURTH GRADE O Q 1,2 . ""' 4 , .IV , I " I " in TEACHER: ' . ,uf , 2 - Mrs . Tyna Benedict I I f 'lug X -f H' f' uf, A 1 lvl L- X rf fr , jf?- T S-r 11" FlRaT ROW Betty Koblrschek Donna Hall SECONID RON Daud Rothrock Judy Slagle Russell Potter Sue Cantrell J1mmy Halstead Bobby Damels THIRD ROW Vrrgrma Ree Peggy Hull Brlly Rupe Mrllxe George Bruce Bleakley Elxzabeth Rrce FOURTH ROW Bobble Grnn Homer Emery Susre Wrlson Donnre Tackett Judy Roberts Donna Sue Wrllramson FIFTH ROW John Mrtchell sue Rothrock Trmothy Hanson Glenn Shook Judy Churchwell Sv alter Lambert QIXTH ROW Dorothy Aust1n Jannet Salyers Lxnda Whlte John W1111S Andy Andersen Curtrs Brckmg ., v H T . V A ' , 'N I. K 3 1' 0 I A 1. ,, 7 1 X 4 1 -Y -'if J ' x 5 , A 1 A , I np- .-. I K QAX Q ff' Q 49 J on ., Av- 1' 0 x "4 -1 '5 ' 7 K - X 1' Iffy' J' Vw V X x l ,..f"' K- 'f ' A 5 X W H. A0 4, 1 - 0 S it . 2 3 :V x . -. A I 't ' Q - , N. . Q 1 R f. ?'x X A I U K W ' - . ' ' 3 "'-' 5: , ., In . 1 ,. I .f All O ,Q - ' 4 Q 14 ' A f , -1' .I Q 'A L - 'L I ky - , -T' 'fi' - v . K - ' . iam? 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FIRST ROW Mark Lawson Jerry Evans Cather1neBod1ne Alan Potter SECOND ROW Steven Bullock Rebecca Jones Sandra Honeycutt Charley George Dorothy Erun George St1dham Daxsy Jones Donald Lrpke Gar Y Danrels THIRD ROW Nancy Roberts Bobbre Staley Cnarles Ree Darlene Doss Lonny Brown Gene Ausnn O dell Edwards Rhuel Hrcks Marv1n Rrce THIRD GRADE TEACHER Mrs Lourse Brewer all I1 :IA af f FIRST ROW Ianrce Btshop Oma Lee Purdom Harold Lee Richards Carol Jean Seegren Robert Lee Hardcastle Esther Gatewood SECOND ROW Vtrgre Townsend June Arnold Larry Jensen Jamce Trask Becky Lee Town send James Hartsell L1nn Dell Ree Rosetta Krndley Lynn Moore THIRD ROW Earl Hereden Mary Ann Ed wards Steven Johnson Alrce Halstead Ronnte Peters Carol Ann Harrxson Ronme Harnngton Barbara Rothrock Mary Beth Phxlhps. - 'L ' x ' v ' O , if . ,.:z2p-fl '-4 I , 'CMf4,5f:f"lE14 M1 ... 4 - . at L s ' , ' if '- ' fp. L fr "S ' 4. A' E- ' E 'J I I . I T V, T V t A I ' ' X- 'T WI ,r ' ' 5 U N l' N77 ff ,5 'Q . I1Ax'- f". 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SECOND GRADE TEACHER: Mrs. Nadine Essary J n KS-3 'X Q3 I K ql7i447lf5 All .......-J ixgfs FIRST ROW R1chardOert1e Patrtcra Holden B11lyLew1s SECOND ROW Nancy Wh1te John Clark Ann Bulloch Svlvra Toon Don Holdrtdge LouxsG1llespre Beth Prrnce Thomas Ham1lton Dtsna Fulps Howard Jones Sherry Lynn Rose Jerry Lewrs THIRD ROW Saundra Patterson John Kuykendall Ixtna Mae Harp Har land Scott Luther Lee Llke II Sandra Gonzalez Stephen Rupe Davtd Stacy Robert Hamtlton Janet Stacy Patrrcra Salyers Ronald Surface SECOND GRADE TEACHER Mrs Eudora Reed -we 9 .MAI 5 W' Fix' In tt. , Galaga '. 1 FIRST ROW Freddre Salrsbury Martha Wtllrs Brlly Lewrs Jennrfer Mrtchell Ronald Htcks Brenda Nrckens Freda Sahsbury Alan Turner Luella Tackett John Andersen SECOND ROW Lrnda Ann Queen Loray Brown Lloyd Woodall Drana Boyles Bobby Lee Stnger Charlene Mulllnax Eddte McGehee Jack Burrrs Kay Adams Garland South Carolyn Seratt Chnton Davxs THIRD ROW Rodney Commrsky Pamela Kay Hulsman Allen Rutledge Jtmmy Davenport Patsy Staley Ioan Lowe Ion Huggtns Mrke Roberts Btlly Bosttck Ttmmre Smtth Shrrley Doss Dollte Brckrng 5 Q I W 4 PP. ,.4' 'A . ga, . Ly 7,4 bg 4, -K Fab ,I-iv to 9 . , , - Y X . - 1C ,K In M . ta 4 fs , 1 I H . , 'I A '- 6 ' -2'--1 "iM.g-'-',2" j A 'A 4 . A ' ' V 3 1 4' t 1 A 'S It I . 'N " ' .r T ' A If xy 'E f KX R 5, 1 , Iv , 1 t at '.t: tell' -, X' I 4 I ' ' ,f 'rf , ' 6. OV 1 , I N4 I I I I I . I . I I I I I I -ktll E I V - l D I N I N 3 I I D I X I -.2 " 4 A I . i E' ' 'I f 3 ' ' . ' I ' '- L f D 'W r. V - I .1A e 1 - 4. ' " N 5 I :fi ft if . I w , 65 I 5 , Q "3 4 'I iw M ,in H, ,, 4 , ' Z' 1-P, ' I xe i I 4' A . - ' AH' 'viz M L , J ,. 'p-.a:j.A -gn, il v R h Q ,V ,Z V 0 4 ,' 1 5, -j:f1Z' f I ., .f 7 v " "? , . , f , 1 V: . -.', 1 t ' ,' P .... r, .4 1 1 ', A F ,W , tb 7 my 5 ' ts' ' , ,,iT,,, , AT? 1 A ' . F , Q K .L .54 Vx D . lg ff LA, 4 ,Af f at if V, it f : . . ' . . , . . , . . , ' . ' . ' I I ' I I I ' I . : 'I I I I . V I I ' 1 I I D I D , ' I ' f , A I . f . I I . I I D . I I '. I I FIRST GRADE TEACHER: Mrs . Anne Woodall Q' ,114 4 F ,. tx ,T h iw .- ,' - 0 0 5- T- ' v' T' - L 1 off? 1 X 'Xf 'fig Y ,5t,d'x,f!,. 9 il - gf I ra, at "I - .X ' . y i A 311 1. 5' S. in Z ef. 'f Z4 x - X ' r I7 FIRST ROW: Phillip jones, Carla Harlan, Mike Murphy, Ronnie Stafford, Mary Lou South, Chris Haley, Billie Gatewood, Joan Crow. SECOND ROW: Robert Berg, Patsy Bostick, Debbie Parker, Mike Topliff, Cathlene Rut- ledge, LD. Holmes, Butch Kindley, Phyllis Stacy, Dan Roberts, Wayne Mullinax, Ronnie Hall, Mary Austin. THIRD ROW: Eugene Smith, Dannie Stacy, Va Rene Martin, Linda Ann Gonzalez, Frank Edwards Linda Rose Gilbert, Sue Ann Singer, David Holliday, Linda Lea Harrison, Linda Mae Smith, Lonnie Hicks, C'hristinia Town- send. FIRST GRADE TEACHER: Mrs . Aileen Dilts fl, 'A .4 g? EE A .t fi" R' if ,, ,is Q' Q ,+R 4 " X - 4' , ,U .', ' , 0 ,Q ' Q ' Q D1 f ,K z A 1 x I V uk Qui FIRST ROW: Darrell Christmas, Mike Jensen, Mark Maupins, Virginia Smith, Robert Phillips. SECOND ROW: Gerald Townsend, Paul Harp, Beverly Smith, Mary Jane Neikens, Susan Johnson, R.L.Danie1s, Carlene Ree, Wanda Ginn, Sharon Salyer, Larry Stafford, Charlie Phillips, Bonnie Rupe. THIRD ROW: Lynn Mac King, Doug- las Wilsey, Leona Arnold, Mary Carr, Lynne Wilsey, Leon McBroom, Rhonda Ginn, Florence Rice Ronnie Med- lock, Nancy Stelle, David Gustine, David Lawson. A Stitch In Time! 8th Grade Home Ec. Planning and Cooking! 8th Grade Home Ec - '-S.. Q1 Sth Grade Class Study Math, too! Mr, Moguirus Scvt-rulr Grady Group l't u N Mr, Van De Wege's Seventh Grade Group Mr. Iett0u'S Sixth Grade Group - Mrs. Med1in's Sixth Grade Group Mrs. Bum221fH6f'S Fifth Gf21dC Group pawn 3, ry, 've ' Hmm lla 1 IB , Mrs. Beuedict's Fourth Grade Group Mrs. Brcwer's Third Grade Group I Mrs. Reed's Second Grade Group Mrs. Essary's Second Grade Group ff G T :il N . fgr ' v , v v . 511 3 L . ' 5 ... 1 A I. Mrs. Di1ts's First Grade Group Mrs. Wooda11's First Grade Group ALMOST TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY: Wade Andersen, Freshman l yearg Terry Witt, Fresh- man, l yearg Gene Galla- gher, Freshman, lyear. HCNOR SOCIETY VJ'-41390 '-1'-' O'-3 D155 '-IZIPFUOZCU'-' Honor Society Awards are given each year to the upper ten per cent of the high school students . These awards are based solely upon scholastic achievements . SEATED: CLeft to Righty Barbara Odell, QSeniorJ 2 yearsg Betty Austin, Uuniorj 3 years, Earlene Clayton QSophomorej 1 yearg Karen Boevers Uuniorj 3 years, Gay Dell Goodwin fSeniorj 3 yearsg Barbara Dougless QSeniorJ 4 years . STANDING: Carl Haywood, fSeniorQ 3 yearsg LoWilla Davis fSophomoreJ l year, Car rol Hulsman QFreshmanJ l yearg Wanda Mason QSophomoreJ 1 yearg Helen Grayson KSophomoreJ 2 years, Gerald Crawford fSophomorej 2 years . ! 'vm WM 11 'Nvf POPULARITY QUEEN Q 14m Qmqancv Uuniorj mf- IC" i' r POPULARITY KI-NG we We fSeniorJ - FOOTBALL QUEEN ATTENDANTS Earlene Clayton Frances Kappus Joann Grayson Delores Sexton ATTENDANTS S1 POPULARITY KING AND QUEEN ATTENDANTS SEATED: Frances Kappus, Gay Dell Goodwin, and Lou Anna Randolph. STANDING: Larry Hicks, and Mike Henley. BAND QUEEN ATTENDANTS: Joann Grayson, Bar bara Poplin, Delores Sexton. 'Slowly Jo look df" BAND QUEEN eww eww fSophomoreJ s 14. A X i 'Q ,. ' 'ia- -.Q . mmf! 75+-l P AND THE BAND PLAYED ON. FIRST ROW: fleft to rightj Karen Boevers, Judy Nightengale, Delores Sexton, Frankie Skidmore, Earlene Clayton, SECOND ROW: John McDaniel, Ethel Crippen, L Delores Meier, Mary Clayton, Gerald Shook, Wanda Bailey, Bill Rothrock, Carolyn Wilson, Bonnie Hawkins. STANDING: Peggy Cosper, Carrol Hulsman, James Hawkins, Mr, Hugh Moguin, Director. Mr. Moguin keeps the band in tune and rythm . He has had a hard time helping the pupils on their way to becoming musicians . in WAYNE LANCASTER, Band BARBARA POPLIN, lvlajorette has President has done a fine job displayed wonderful ability in lead- presiding over the band this ing our band in its many parades of year. the year. j-Lwlvfk-', 'I!L,lZfIfS5 f--F-Lf I f'f'L'f:+f , v LF-, ' . ' ' , . if 5-ifjikm - , T , Q ' ' ' I I 5- l' fiipx K' 1 'F' .9 lf! -LA I ' Gel, zu' kr 'lv L, Y.. ' X ' Q I 41 ii f- ' iv s ,- X - v- 13qJg:,f.om jm.,aP, 4 " K ,, I . 5 1 .. f A, Q ' ' if ! N, ' :Y , - ? L4 t 4, ' ! . ' 5 .Z Z 'gh' C Z' 3 ' ,ki ,1-.-JI?" Q zg,.,.Eio jL,.,-fp Lv -. NN-Cf . f x N.-.gh ,' 2,-TP lc H NNXX, Sf 3 af? W I v y I -f' V S :ji,,f":? f-5' fl! XXX fs,--Q Es,-ff il? 4 ' X N., N . 1, ,,. .A '. . 15' 11 ' A .1. , .- 1- ,aw ., , V A . . my , x 4,4 wf. 'B+-,U sm, "4 ' f. 39 .' 'Q Fw Wiz' 'NL' fflli 'rf - 0 I K X T Q 'N Vx .M I 55 + A f X I 'X 'i x 1 g f js !"f If I A .1 -v X ' KAY, .lr S g 3 9 1 N M 1' '5' ' X' !"P 'Rm 3 W sr' R 3 'Q 1 . n . ' Q .J s .K 1 0 . . , ,. . . ' X. P K ' 'S . X, XX x J , .f - ,M ' 413 f ' ,SQ ' Q xi- N' f I. . ,, . ,, V i 2 r QA Q 'MA . O . A I ' Q. , , v x Awfx ' 15 2 . 0 ,, 6- J ,gi A-,gr-., gi . SEATED CLARINETS - SEATED Larry Ann Caffes Celia Caffee Patty Crawford STANDING Beverly Turner Dwight Vance Sue Hill THE TRUMPETEERS LICORICE STICKS John McDaniel Bonnie Hawkins Gerald Shook Richard Gustine STANDING J. D. Fulps Wade Andersen James Smith Bill Rothrock Gene Gallagher THE WINDY THREE qLeft to righty Dwight Caffee Sylvia Woodward Keith Woodward , .a Pk X. sf! 5. Y I ::,...v" N-1.44 S...-Q, If Ca nl-Aw lx Wa if - Q ' , ,U .9 ' O' - Msg 4 'Au af 1 Q' 9,2 Agiqli -79 yd. X254 , xg 5 ' ' .V K X, -i 1 it A . -:Qi mf' W , .ii .L ifisffr' 'IQ 4, .l "y, f R .rl A. , '.f 19, 45 M ls' -. '- r -w , ..v, gm-fa f .QV ' HI X "5m,.4 and mm " ABOUT SCHOOL WATCH THE BIRDIE - General Business Class , in MICROBE HUNTERS - Mr. Grove'S Biology WHAT'S ON THE OTHER SIDE - World History C 6 Y . . f,,.- , , Ig, A 4" if ' Y I E...-'.:'-'i UAA... h... ,.....-' ------1 NOW FROM WHICH SIDE DO I SERVE? Home EC. AGRICULTURE ANGELS. Mr. Boevers Ag Class ONCE UPON A TIME - Mr. Harmon's English II A6900 pfw Q 4 5 MATH SLEUTHS - Mr. Burton's Algebra I -'F""' ENGLISH DOESN'T WORRY THEM - English IV O-K-L-A-H-O-M-A - Mr. Cox's Okla. Hist. f "" 'win 4, ' "T ?Yfff"S2? Irv" ...-' f 5 '?kg . nusanonone . V . ' - ' 'fdfx ooooooooooo Xi ooooooooonu ' aoooooo-:none ii W Q 1 X17 LOOK AT THIS - Mrs. Pitson's Typing I - 4th Hour BOOK ADMIRERS - Mr. Burton's Study Hall Z gf. -H SPEECH STARS - Mr. HZiI'IT1OIl'S Speech Class IT'5 WARfN1'U1, TIME ' MIS. l'iiSOH'S Tyllillsll '-Q. A M "sf- ,- V K 7,,E,,-- P ,L , , K-5.4.6 . xr' 1 Ss Qty! V, ..- CARPENTER CUT -UPS - Mr. Bradley? Shopl CHOW TIME - Now I'11Take Some of This And I'1l Take Some of This - - And W511 A11 Dine Together, I lx" x X1 fb f ,, ? f V w,. - ., - . - ... . , . P - 1 ,- A ,Ag- ps R 1 . I Q S may l N' YQ." 5 . , 1 , 3, 5 , N -x, , , 9 ,,' ... ,v . his 1 f 1, .U .U .u u u .Agfa gl, ,y,,--f x X X N Z J' '72 'I 4 A 'A " 'MQ 9 ,vu 4 . A Q ':.. . ' r v arf' ,y 1..- " 5 I n f v. -.71 .7 if ' FW S! Q, Q - A . Q tv af v Q X r . A , 84.1 it I ' n L L 1 1,161 lx M L! 'I' ll INDEPENDI Mr, Van dc Wege, Mr. Cox, Mr. Kaspar, Henry 'Transport our children to and from school each day, Anderson, Arnold Andersen, and Clarence Anderson. X 5. fi? Ld' OUR FAITHFUL HELPERS - Mr, Woodward and BEST FOOT FORWARD - Union High School Faculty Mr, Cantrell entertain the North Central Committee. I THE BIG EVENT - HOMECOMING CELEBRATION! THE SONG BIRDS - Earlene Clayton, Judy Nighten- gale Frances Kappns, FOOTBALL QUEEN Deanna 71414244 oooooooooooo Lovable brown eyed and brown halred Deanna Halstead was selected foot ball Queen for 54 by the Semor Hlgh Football Squad She was crowned oosa Homecommg Game on the REDSKIN FIELD The Queen and her attendants were drtven onto the fteld 1n a new Ford coupe A large heart was formed tn the center of the fteld and Let Me Call You Sweetheart was played tn the background She was presented w1th a beautlful bouquet of yellow mums and was crowned to re1gn over the remamtng football season by Captain, jerry Ross, during the half-time ceremony of the Union-Cat- ll FOOTBALL SQUAD: FIRST ROW: Eddie Rorhrock, John Bloom, Tommy Peters, Charles Hooper, ike Henley, Norman Ahrend, and Aubrey Drew. SECOND ROW: Dar- win Maxey, Blake Halstead, Donald Bartlett, Carl Haywood, Hobart Kelly, Dee Prince, and Jerry Ross. THIRD ROW: Fred Hawk, Larry Hicks, Buddy Henley, Frank Bowes, Charles Hendricks, Johnny Charles, Ben Nightengale, and Bobby Peters. FIRST ROW: Fred Hawk Ben Nightengale Bobby Peters Darwin Maxey Charles Hendricks Jerry Ross Carl Haywood Eddie Rothrock SECOND ROW: John Bloom Charles Cosper Dee Prince Johnny Charles Larry Hicks Blake Halstead 1:70 ll LETTERMENS CLUB Eddie Rothrock Ben Nightengale Darwin Maxey Johnny Charle fLeft Endj fLeft Tacklej fLeft Guardj fCenterJ THE SPLIT "T" FORMATION: This formation represents the football scout's paradise. These boys have shown much enthusiasm, courage, and integrity. They have proved their football abilities during the '54 season. HATS OFF TO YOU - UNION REDSKINSI Donald Bartlett 1Left Half Back, g , Qs, X "1 i Larry Hicks Fred Hawk Bobby Peters 1Right Guardj fRight Tac klej fRight Endj Each Football Squad must have management and good coaching in order to prove their efficiency . fLEFT TO RIGHTQ Charles Cosper, Manager Mr. Cagle, Coach Jerry Hames, Manager B.1ake Halstead fR1ShI Half-Backp if Q'-if fsfx 4X x-.. 4 5 Q 1. - I' ' r , . 1 ' A req llf ,mf 84 af .rl I, fffd . v ' BASKETBALL SWEETHEART gundam Fofzliw Qjuuiorj L ESCORT dum KJ Orb HIGH SCHOOL BOYS B-TEAM QLEFT TO RIGHTJ Terry Witt Tommy Munn LD. Fulps Jimmie Sarasua George Denny Charles Johnson Jack Poplin Edward Holt and Mr. Cagle, Coacr BASKETBALL A-TEAM KLEFT TO RIGHTJ Tommy Peters Bobby Peters Jerry Ross Lester Scarborough Jim Vestal Danny Poplin Eddie Rothrock Wayne Lancaster Charles Cosper and Mr. Cagle, Coach fLEFT TO RIGHT, Billie Dean Gipson' Manager Joann Grayson Barbara Poplin L'l- lian Gilbert Billie Doss Carolyn Wilson Ethel Crippen Barbara Dougless Dolores Medlin Coach L Barbara Poplin Barbara Dougless Forward Joann Grayson Forward Chosen All Conference Forward Lillian Gilbert Carolyn Wilson Billie Doss Dolores Murphy Guard Guard Guard Guard Murphy, Betty Austin, Pycggy Cosper, Emyylia Cannon, Cyarlene Crumb, and Mrs, Gussic QLEFT TO RIGHTJ Richard Gotcher, William Loeser, Adren Shook, Billy Salyers, Leon Ellis, Randy Flud, Harold Simms, Philip Mason, Jimmy Lewis, DeWitt Hartsell, and Mr. Cagle fCoachJ. Try a little harder! Go out there and win, Girls! win he Make ir? V EGP-47+ WC'-4251 WFDPUUHFUVQ PDU Put that ball in that basket! Get that Ball! QLEFT TO RIGHTJ Barbara Halstead, Judy Stumbo, Wanda Bailey, Mary Clayton, Nancy Hames, Carolyn Lyden, Phyllis Gilbert, Mrs. Medlin, Coach Sylvia Woodward, Wanda Stacy, Nancy Boevers, Almeta Hull, Archalene Hayes, Ella Simms, and Jerry Fields. UNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL fLEFT TO RIGHTJ Livia Elmore, Virginia Berg, Carolee Murphy, Lois Austin, Janice Deese, Della Mae Rothrock, Mary Kappus Paula Emery, Mrs. Medlin, Coach Betty Humbyrd, Wilma Stacy, 'Joyce Toon, Sharon Bennett, Jo Anne Stumbo. Larry Ann Caffee, Alice VirNooy , Linda Lambert. PEP "bln Ha! jhat FIRST ROW: Kay Crow, Wanda Bailey, Barbara Poplin, Donna Bradley, llelen Grayson, Barbara Dougless, Earlene Clayton, Lillian Gilbert, Karen Boevers, Carolyn Wilson, Billie Gipson, Dolores Cooper, Mr, Cox, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Darlene Salisbury, Mary Kappns, Sue Hill, Barbara Halstead, 'Bonnie Bond, Joann Grayson, Billie Doss, Neallie Hooper, Gay Dell Goodwin, Ineta Hudson, Delores Sexton, Bonnie Hawkins, Debora Wilkinson, and Naney Haines, CHEERLEADERS: Responsibility and Dependability go hand in band with these leaders of time Redskin Pep Club. fLeft t0Rig1,l1tQ Helen Grayson, Earlene Clayton, Barbara Dongless, and Lillian Gilbert. Tlieir Assistants are: Billie Dean Gipson, and Donna Bradley. CAN YOU TAKE IT? CAN YOU BEAT IT? CAN YOU UNION HIGH SHAKE IT? 5 P c .b'f'8N'l D , ,, -A 'new'-' N16 av 3. -, in 'B N' if 8 I R 9' ll? A Ar? we xg l I is L no ,ut A FORWARD LOOKING GROUP. FIRST ROW: Randy Flud, Joe Bartlett, Richard Gottcher, Gene Gallagher, and Robert Potter. SECOND ROW: Bill Salyers, Leon Ellis, Tommy Munn, Charles Johnson, and lack Poplin. THIRD ROW: Clifford Ramsey, De Witt Hartsell, Jimmy Lewis, Jimmie Sarasua, Bennie Wolfe, and Harold Simms. R I N K xf-was ' f X IKQQC This group represents the Redskin Football Team of to- morrow. They certainly are an energetic group and we are expecting great things of them in the future. Time out to pose for the cameraman, Watch that play, boys, make it good! D Y I N K Who knows, maybe they will become experts! Sometimes, they peck-a-boo! fPicture at Righty FIRST ROW: Donna Mehlhorn, Deanna Halstead, Donna Bradley, and Wilma Payne SECOND ROW: Peggy Cosper, Marcia McDaniel, Frances Shook, THIRD ROW: Bonnie Hawkins, and Bonnie Mehlhorn. M ,EFT - " ' :ENLJQ-ll--FE FHA. 'UMM UW' 744 Q' 1 WQMKKEQJ- fr N va 'UD 0 H 4' 09 NEW H The Union Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America has as its motto "Toward New Horizons". This motto expresses the purpose of the organization - learning to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be brighter tomorrow. There are 32 active members who participate in the activities and projects of the Club. Highlights of the 1954-55 activities include the Valentine Party and the Ma, Pa, and Me Banquet. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Harrelson, Sponsor, Earlene Clayton, Billie Doss, Karen Boevers, Barbara Dougless, Carolyn Wilson, Janette Cosper, Carrol Hulsman, Peggy Cosper, and Frances Kappus. SECOND ROW: Deanna Halstead, Donna Bradley, Alma Jo Staley Neallie Hooper, Gay Dell Goodwin, Ineta Hudson, Delores Sexton, Billie Dean Gipson, Bonnie Hawkins, Debora Wilkinson, and Carlene Crumb. THIRD ROW: Marcia McDaniel, Wilma Payne, Delores Meier, Dolores Mur- phy, Lou Anna Randolph, Ethel Crippen, Katherine Woods, Wanda Mason, Ernestine Andersen, Judy Nightengale, Helen Grayson, and Frankie Skidmore, Installation of new officers is always a very inspiring occasion. lk I, 1 , 9, I-rv ... ,,'-,14 ' " 0 0 -If t V - ,Q X , -2 Q' N m . A ID 5-1- .I ! gl 4 1 'sy 3' 1 . 0 r Q "ying 'WLQ jluzm rda Upm vi far, X1 1 Z' Y I f i, Q1 05114: 9 ,N O. A '.1 pf' " WA -2 k - Z " 3 lx-K , A Jvf ft ,mm s PBA. L U u From this group of boys comes our farmers and farm leaders of tomorrow. These boys carry on many projects throughout the year, Some raise chickens, some ducks, some pigs, some cows, etc. There are 47 members of this Chapter: FIRST ROW: Charles Hendricks, Buddy Henley, Charles Cosper, Darwin Maxey, Rex Randolph, and Mr. Boe- vers, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Jerry Hames, Harvey Holt, Mike Henley, John Burris, Ben Nightengale, Fred Hawk, Jim Vestal, Eddie Rothrock, and Johnny Charles. THIRD ROW: Wayne Hail, Wade Andersen Norman Ahrend, James Smith, Keith Woodward, Blake Halstead, Jerry Ross, Tommy Peters, Wayne Lancaster, and Ronald Deese. FOURTH ROW: Harold Fields, Bill Rothrock, Dee Prince, Jimmy Blaylock, Tom Bigler, Aubrey Drew, Frank Bowes, Terry Witt Delbert Salisbury, Danny Poplin, and LD, Fulps, FIFTH ROW: Gary Nightingale Skip Hawkins Eddie King Wayne Cummisky Larry Crabtree Bennie Hull Tracy Ree Leroy Thompson Danny William son Hubert Townsend and George Seratt L ID VO Lv! 1 I1 'W NN GG TT Oo DL OE A E R VR N EV E I PLEDGE: My Head to clearer thinking, My Heart to greater loyalty, My Hands to larger service, My Health to better living, For My Club, My Community and My Country. fLeft to Rightj FIRST ROW: Judy Churchwell, Linda White, Duane Woodward, Paula Emery, Betty Humbyrd, Mary Kappus, Richard Gustine, Donna Hall, Betty Koblischek. SECOND ROW: Sharon Medlin, Kathleen Merril, Gail Shanks, Celia Caffee, Marilyn Woodward, Connie Drusch, Nancy Boevers, Homer Emery,Jackie Ervin, Laurel Merrill, Buddy Haley. THIRD ROW: Virginia Ree, Bobbie Ginn, Sue Cooper, Cheryl Ramsey, Iannet Salyers, Bev- erly Orcutt, Virginia Berg, Janice Deese, Della Mae Rothrock, Beverly Boyd, Larry Ann Caffee. FOURTH ROW: Danny Bailey, Dan Lawson, Larry Erwin, Phyllis Orcutt, Frances Poplin, Deanna Patterson, Peggy Hull, Carol Cummisky, Alan Woodall, Carl Shirey, JUNIOR HIGH GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: QLeft to Righty Brenda Atherton, Carolee Murphy, Selma Crawford, Beverly Boyd, Lois Austin, Dwight Caffee. and Wilma Stacy, Joyce Toon, Gladys Berg, and Shirley Jones. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Schnarre, Sponsor, Ellen Rol- lins, Sharon Bennett, Mary Kappus, Janice Deese, Nannette Ree, LaVon Tinney, Della Mae Rothrock. THIRD OW n Hull Larr Ann Caffee Archalene Ha es Ka Crow JoAnne Stumbo Judy Stumbo Emma Lou R : Arie 2 . y . Y , Y , , , Fulps, Almeta Hull, Imadene Harp, Marcella Hudsou,Carolyn Lyden, Alice VirNooy, Sue Hill, Anita Flanagan, Sylvia Woodward, Linda Lambert, Glenda Hess, Livia Elmore, Beverly Rothrock, Marjorie Lewis, Betty Hum- byrd. FOURTH ROW: Ella Simms, Frances Robinson, Virginia Berg, Nancy Hames, Wanda Bailey, Mary Clay- ton, Nancy Boevers, Jerry Fields, Bonnie Bond, Opal Elvington, Barbara Halstead, Barbara Woods, ff ,f- xxvi M A 7 X 'lin i 4 ? 'N f' ' Q Q if -4 L7 W . , V . X,-A 'fzr M11 I as - QL +39 X 2 BN :gsm W 22, ' tw 49 1 1 1-A . f wr 7 ' ' T1 AWN 309' K. xxx X " N X . B x TX V? ii L 1 5 I - I 'I l a , " 1 R'- xx 'F ea v fv- . ,A , U X ' 1-1 .. . vwflx I law, ncouueq Lxebuli fix? BMMWXTW' Malo f 4505 J M345 'Q- X 55 Wm Q -L wobjbdf W M Q Axgfsg "3 ,X X X Z' , , gh, J l gf' v' ' Y D? CAI, 1 v N ix , H7 E .3 - x QLD ' ' V f 7 Q - if 2 Q1 , 1 ffm X af " . X N N t N 'gg 6 N X 'Eff , I 2 pi ,fy AG M E ' k Q ! 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CLASS PROPHECY The tlme lS 8 OO P M Saturday May 18 1965 Captaln T F Hames of the Ftrst Prectnct of Unlon Drag Strlp has just called a lme up of the Graduatmg Class of 1955 Sergeant Bob Grove has just begun to call the suspects 1nto the small clrcle of l1ght whlch encases the one chalr tn the dark room These people are bemg charged wlth havlng graduated from Unlon School and st1ll makmg forward progress down the Road of Ltfe The flrst suspect lS Fredr1ck Faye Hawk Charged w1th bemg the ftrst Ma r1ne General to lead hls men xnto Moscow Next lS jerry QL1ttle Chow Chow and Red Pepperj Ross who has had the only w1nnmg Freshman Basketball Club tn the h1story of Unton School Then comes Gay Dell Goodwtn the glamorous model also the only deslgner of the most modern Flop down collapst ble gtrdle Now we feast our eyes on that 7 10 11m Vestal QGoose that IS, who plays center w1th the Harlen Globetrotters Jl1'1'l s average IS 65 potnts per game He owes hls success at actlng to h1s exper1 ences ln the jumor Play whtle st1ll tn Umon Hugh School Wayne QFur Trapperj Lancaster ts now called forth Smce h1s graduat1on tn 1955 Wayne has moved to Hawa11 and lS now successfully trapptng women tn stead of furs He gamed hts ftrst ex perxence 1n thls fleld from h1s Thlrd Hour Study Hall at Umon The next fam1l1ar face we see IS that of Mother M1ller formerly Mlss Delores Sexton of the Class of 55 She rece1ved thls t1t1e after g1v1ng btrth to her nmth set of tw1ns Now entermg the small ctrcle of ltght IS Rapld Robert Peters world fam ous geologtst He owes hts success to the 1nsp1rat1on offered htm by h1s lovely wlfe the former Mtss Ltlllan Gllbert Who IS th1s'7 None other than Hot Rod Hanna the former Mtss Barbara O Dell She lS the only woman to cap tlvate 18 trophtes tn a kttty car Llghts dlm heads bow down as Sergeant Grove s voxce rmgs our loud and clear announclng the next suspect Darwtn Porter Maxey now an out standtng worker agalnst juvemle De l1quency The gloom l1fts as Mr Maxey ts led away and the great celebrxty Bar bara Dougless IS called forth She has taken charge of the Arthur Murry Dance Studlos and changed the tltle to How to Trap A Man ln Ten Easy Lessons Next ln hne IS one of the most 1m portant buslnessmen of the day jxmmy Paul Blaylock owner of the famous Ntght Club Craven Raven Along wlth htm comes hxs floor bouncer the 6 ll ex wrestler Charles J 1-lendrlcks Charles IS the only 108 pound man to ever wtn the Heavywelght Wrestlmg Champtonshlp Now we feast our eyes on the one and only julta Sarasua the famous deslgner of men s underwear and toupes for bald headed women Dr Carl Haywood IS next to enter the spotltght He has completed 12 suc cessful operatlons on o possums and h1s latest successful surgtcal task was to make a scentless skunk Behold Dr Hay wood enters wlth h1s nlne llttle skunks The tlme now IS 9 42 P M The last of the suspects have been called to ac count The case now rests as hopeless for the Class of 1955 . - Q, , , . . . 2 '- . 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' I ll - f ll ' , Q . . . . , . . . 1 . . , Q . . . 1 o ' . . . - . q . 9 . - I C Q . - I . . , - , . . . . o CLASS WILL We the Class of 55 School of Umon County of Tulsa State of Oklahoma not too sound ln mlnd belng ln good physlcal condltlon and much better temperament than usual do hereby make th1s our last w1ll and testament renderlng voxd and of no avall any former w1ll or wllls that may have been made by us durmg a per1od of temporary opt1m1sm To our Alma Mater we leave the peaceful quxet caused by our absence To our sponsors Mr Burton and Mrs P1tson we bequeath our smcere thanks for everythmg To our Teachers We leave our great est appreclatlon for thexr understandlng and s1ncere guldance durmg our h1gh school years I Fred Hawk w1ll my ab1l1ty to not sk1p school to Buddy Henley Jerry Ross w1ll my ab1l1ty to shoot ducks to Tommy Peters Bobby Peters w1ll my ab1l1ty to make straight A s to Gerald Crawford fKeep studymg boy maybe you w1ll make I Darw1n Maxey wlll my perfect at tendance record to Danny Poplm I Carl Haywood w1ll my ab1l1ty to gxve debates to Mr Harmon fYou ll never make lt 1 I julla Sarasua w1ll my he1ght to Dolores Murphy I Gay Dell Goodwln w1ll my ab1l1ty to nab a man to Margaret Justus I Charles Hendrlcks w1ll my ab1l1ty to charm the glrls to Charles Cosper QBlondes aren t so bad boyj I Delores Sexton w1ll my ab1l1ty to hook a man to B1ll1e Dean Gxpson I Barbara Dougless w1ll my ab1l1ty to make 44 pomts Ln one basketball game to Tommy Peters fKeep chunkm em 1n boy I Wayne Lancaster w1ll my ab1l1ty as a Shelk to Harvey Holt I Barbara O Dell w1ll my even tempered d1spos1t1on to B1ll1e Doss I jlmmy Blaylock w1ll my Shop ab1l1t1es to Wayne Cummlsky I Ben Nlghtengale w1ll my ab1l1ty to get out of class to anyone that can get the job done I JIITI Vestal w1ll my studlos ways to L1ll1an G1lbert We do hereby name and appomt as the executors of th1s our last W1ll and Testament our Class Advlsors Mr Earl I-I Burton and Mrs Lena P1tson QMay God Rest Your Soulsl In wltness whereof we do th1s day set our hand and seal on th1s the 25th day of May m the year of 1955 The Class of 55 , . . . .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . ..T .5 1 1 1 , . . . . , 1 1 .T . . .. 1 1 . . 1 1 1 Q . . A.. . T .,, . , . 7 0 1 . 1 1 , .. .. . . y . 7 7 . . , Y 1 1 ' . 1 1 I . .. T 1 1 . . I1 1 1 1 . , .. . . . 1 1 , . 1 1 - 1 ' - . . . . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 1 v . Compliments of NASH FINCH, Wholesalers Arkansas Valley State Bank A GOOD PLACE T0 BORROVV F1'f'Sh Fruits' Vefrefilbles A OOOD PLACE TO DEPOSIT and Groceries 21,1 E. BI'ady Member Federal Deposit TULSA OKLAHOMA Insurance Corporation Qrzafz JCQLULEA and .gentle FRDPIQ Comphments of For over 25 years PETE Oklahoma s Flnest WILSON jazcfgf Dazry Produrts who lwn .911 Uufz Home jawn Compllments of HUDSON FORD SALES P1 So Mun Broken Arrow Ol lahoma YOUNG S LAUNDRY M1 1nd 'llrs h L Young. bouth 'llun Phone 4751 CARTER 8. WILSON D X 74 111 Wrecker SQIVICQ Phone 7297 8313 B101 en AIFOVN Oklahoma Cood Thlngs To Eltl Broken A11ow s Largest Food Store THE KENNARD S FUNERAL DIRECTORS D111 2136 H A Mu Lmensed Fmbalmer Mu J L Kennard L1C9I199Cl Funeral D1rector STOUTS L P GAS CO P1 opane 1nd Butane 4701 Sapulpa Rd H1 118621 Tulsa Oklahoma Re reshment lS a good zdea Iluifg. LQ, glib' If I EAL ?Q53 r 1 Q1 QRINK EP -j JlF2 Eye' u ' as Y - C 1, - 77 o ' n I L- . z ' 1 , , Q , I '.z 1 3. '. . T A102 N 1 1' ' ' L , Y , Y , ' 1 . - 1 S V x ' Q ' x ' ,Ii'5l,..l , U ,. 1 LoYn's Gnocenv 'fren fz3.ff,' 1 ' 'IJ ' iii ' A ll l ., f ,,. 'thx 3 X 753575 295' 5 241457 5+ .Q lf E C' Q Q ' 'uffff' A' x ff . . ing., l 1 . .S is ---mx W x l . . 5 . 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AND Mmomm Ralph Seegren Company I'-UNT CONTRACTORS 40391 So II nx nd Phone 7.2 2309 Tulm Oklihomfl 'l RX BILL BAKER S Por all wour Llothlng., needo So M1111 Street I rol an Arrow Phone 7 711 OKLAHOMA NATURAL GAS Plol en Anon I hone P96 10' N N am OKLAHOMA GREENHOUSE Ilouers for ull OCLISIOIIS I hone 1 "9 Iulm Oklxhom C omphments of THE CRACKER BOX 11 6. So hItYl1011lI Dr Ixnou The I Lcts About I our Pumping Wells Other Johnson Box 7157 J F Dx nfxmometer Johnson I' xgg P1 oducte Pohshed Pod Climps Qtuffln Boxeo VK e1g,ht IIICIICWLOIS Cel fxmlt Coated L1nerQ PUITIIJIIH. Tees Fogg Engineering Co I'ulsf1 Oklahoma l0YDl ROBERTSON Xendmg, Michlnes I 1 '34 3051 Tuls Q ANDY PFANI 'IS GLM , , . , . v W- - , v 1 ... L.. . 4 J yw yu v . . 5 1 - , . L L1 . 2 LU 21, L ' 1 ' - r ' 7 A " ' v ' ' I x "-' . .12 . J' xx I -. ... . 5 tv ,Q ij A on v . V . . , , . . v - "' .... -1 I . .I 2 . . 1- . 4' - '1 ' rv 4' v - . .1 1' - x I C . x L x K in L ' . ' '. 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IRON CO JIMMIE JONES 1 Phone 9 0616 MW? HOMI4 APPI IANK I+ S TULSA APPLIANCE CO 1132 S lloxn url Phone 9 3219 FOOD PALACE Broken Arrow s Warehouse Market Frozen Ioocl Locl ere Phone 2266 KARNER HARDWARE AND FURNITURE Your Harclxx ue Stor Broken Arrow Oklrhomr Cobb Insurance and Real Estate Phone 4011 Broken Arrow 323 S Mun METZGERS MACHINE 8. SUPPLY 412 S. Main Phone 2416 1-Broken Arrow, Okla. FARMERS UNION CO-OP 0 - SEED - Fsmlrzerz S. N1-rin hone 2296 broken Arrow Okl 1. STEWART FEED STORE Jrm S mg ter 110 W Dill IS Phone 2416 Brol en Arrovs Okl rhonrr LARKIN SERVICE STATION SINK I AIR PRODI VIN mr Acln I 1 hone lemplr 8 1711 JONES RX DRUG STORE Irexu rptron Spar 1 rlrxtx ' or Q 6 Brol an -Xrr m BROOKSIDE FLOWERS and GIFTS 1746 Sr PLOIII brooksrde McMINN GROCERY 1902 So Memorral Drne Phone 80319 QUIGGS DRUG STORE H VV Jrck hoss Pr ew r rptron Pharm rcrstc lhom 9 Jr Broken Arrow l clx on us xour Doctor doeql f 1 25 554 W FEE I I . l ' 828 420 .' 1 . 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