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On Broadway. This was the feel-
ing of students throughout the
year as we found ourselves under
the spotlight. Whether in
academics, sports or thru
organizations, Union students
For the 2nd year in a row four
Union students were named Na-
tional Merit Semi-Finalists. The
Renegade Regiment brought fame
to the school by taking 7th in Na-
tionals and winning the State
Championship Color-Guard from
undefeated Broken Arrow. The
Renegade football team ended
their season 10-3 taking District
and Regional Championships as
well as All-State players with them.
Spirit and support were the
main factors of this successful
year. Students were more involved
this year than ever before. This
credit is given to the organizations
and clubs that backed our 111
school. Patrons and parents were
out in full force as was evident by
the large crowds at all events.
True dedication and enthusiasm
was how Union got to the top. And
students here know how it's done!
Student Life . . .
Now showing at Union High
School - You! In the pages of
the 1982 yearbook, we have
recorded the greatest year in
Union history. Lay back and let
the past year unfold in front of
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Involvement this past year
reached a peak that couldn't be
beat! The entire Union District put
forth an effort unparalleled in the
school's past. The football team
received the most support of any
team in years. The new
scoreboard and the miniature
footballs, were both examples of
the spirit exhibited by local
businesses and Security Bank.
Spirit signs were seen constant-
ly around the school. Pep
assemblies were different, this
year, they had pep. The student
body was able to blend its school
spirit with artistic ability in the
ever popular pastime of shoe
polishing cars. Union will go down
in history for making this activity
a fine art.
"Without us, there could be no school!" A
statement from the Drama dept.'s production
of "Up the Down Staircase" poses the
question, "What would school be without
students?" CA studentless school, no doubtb
Union has many things going for itg good
faculty, good facilities, and a thriving student
body. Not only were we spirited, talented,
friendly, we were also creative, especially with
our language. From Union, such classics
evolved into "Kick," "mellow," "jam," "Blow
it off," "lay back," all of which we did on a
large scale! The 1982 school year was a
momentous one with the increasing activities.
Another year goes by proving once again
"Union is moving Up."
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Beware! You have an alligator
on your shirt! Preppies were the
rage this year and oxford,
izods, polos, docksiders, pen-
nyloafers, Nikes, Levi button-
upsg nickers, Lee jeans, two
shirts and no socks were still
the fad. The famous Gloria
Vanderbilt and Calvin Klein were
showing their faces again as
well as the blazer look, worn by
both boys and girls. Union
students really knew how to
show their stuff!
The beat goes on at Union. This
year the students experimented
with a new sound in music, punk
rock. This music was unique,
therefore it quickly became
The student's interest varied from
good ol' rock n' roll, country-
western and the widely appreciated
Christian contemporary. ln essence,
the student body would listen to
anything you could put on a turn
table. Music is an influence on
everyone's life and is an important
part of the flow at Union.
Kirsten Whealy - Ice Skating
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Leonda Gage - Vibrophone
Kirsten Whealy has been ice skating for seven years and a member of the
Tulsa Figure Skating Club for six. She has been in numerous competitions,
advancing to the Southwest Regionals in both Intermediate and Novice
Leonda Gage has been playing the vibrophone for seven years. She was
chosen outstanding soloist at the Tri State Music Festival, has received
solo superior ratings for the past four years, member of Tulsa Youth
Symphony, All State Honors Band, and teaches percussion and performs
Ricky and Randy Johnston, sophomores here at Union, have been racing
bikes for a year and a half. During this time both have won many
outstanding awards and have taken first at Expo Racing Track here in
Tulsa. Ricky took lst in the expert division and Randy took lst in the open
Ricky and Randy Johnston - Dirt Bike Racing
Participation in the Homecoming
activities showed the true colors of
both students and faculty and their
involvement was overwhelming. The
sophomore, junior, and senior
classes competed in a wall
decorating contest and a float con-
test. Various dress-up days were
held which gave the students the
opportunity to show his or her
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Organizations are the most what the cost. Without this sup-
vital part of school activities. port, we would lack the
They provide spirit and back togetherness that keeps us lil!
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The Renegade Regiment has been very
successful this year. They attended the
Marching Bands of America national competi-
tion in Whitewater Wisconsin and also
Southwest regionals, which was held in
Houston, Texas. At Houston they received
the distinctive rating of third place. They also
went to the Oklahoma Bandmasters Associa-
tion state level of field competition and
received awards for best over-all music, color
guard and percussion. Also they were award-
ed the trophies for second in class 4A and
from finals competition first runner up. At the
district level they were given a superior
rating. Also at the Pryor Invitational, drum
majors Chip Doudican and Lynda Higley won
best over-all drum majors. The band also won
the class 4A parade competition at the ,
Catoosa contest, defeating Broken Arrow. 3
Both the drum majors and parade awards
had never been won by Union before.
These many achievements represent not
only the hard work of the band members, but
also the outstanding leadership of the band
director Ray Bell, assistant director Ted , , ,
Auwin and the color guard instructor Douglas Chlp Doudman Lynda Hlgley
Front Row - Chip Doudican. Lynda Higley, lst Row - Terri Hailey, Jennifer Haner, Jeanette Hester, Stephanie Zane, Vicky Wilcox, Scott Tobey, Shalla Redford, Lori Tee,
Shelly Altom, Rhonda Gunter, Melissa Erwin, Kim Featherston, 2nd Row - James Wallace, Greg Wadsworth, Jeff Hartung, Paul Garcia, Tracy Green, Celeste Holstead, Kelli
Graybill, Julie Sharp, Denise Weingartner, Rhonda Martin, Larry Randolph, Lois Queen, Christine Wyatt, Jeff Arnold, 3rd Row --- Michele Kaleda, Kirsten Anderson, Michele
Freedlund, Tommy Vannoy, Eric Dryer, Mel Campbell, Craig Cummings, Gary Bilbrey, Kelly McDonald, Wayne Williams, Rick Poyner, Teresa Schulster, Tonya Widick, Susy
Sutton, Tina Haney, 4th Row - John Davis, Greg Beasly, John Damewood, Beth Burton, Timi Richardson, James Welch, Shannon Sixkiller, Gina Humberg, Karla Bradley,
Tim Geren, Cindy Findt, Shane Arnold, 5th Row - Arthur McCune, Gina Durana, Gaby Jones, Angela Lucas, Eric Nazim, Mike Grimes, Eric Brown, Charles Emerson, Ricky
Lewis, Randy Matlock, Andy Bess, Jamie Lawson, Tom Yates, 6th Row - Wade Adams, Bryan Mcllroy, Phil Hayden, Mike Clingan, James Collins, Ed Spreeman, Robert
Jones, Lisa Burton, Eric Lee, Chuck McDonald, Scott Nightingale, Bill Canfield, 7th Row - Dan Watkins, Steve Hendrickson, Brian Gallatin, Joe Callery, Chris Vyhnal, Brad
McCombs, Jeff Wheeler, Brad Mulloland, Tod Dow, Kent Williams, Darrin Farr, David Olson, Bryan Keadle, Chuck Tackett, Theo Wisenborn, Win Featherston.
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Front Row - Deanna Hamilton, Audrey Nakashima, Pam Bullock, Tammy Smith, Reney Cook,
Claudia Bingham, Rosolyn Holecome, Stacey Strickland, Denise Fortney, 1st Row - Dawn Cum-
mings, Cindy Eagen, Julie Seigfried, Debbie Brown, Carla Stamback, Luan Sills, Sonya Payne,
Sherry Somers, 2nd Row - Nancy Lee, Heather Dreyer, Lisa Billings, Jane Law, Cindy Broderick,
Sherry Penner, Dianne Duckworth, Leeann Hawkins, Nancy Wilkinson, 3rd Row -- Sheryl Riffey,
Brooke Callery, Maria Chronister, Cindy Hommel, Kim Stephens, Laura Stepp, Jill Shatz, Ginger
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The Renegade Regiment
went to Whitewater, Wisconsin
for the Marching Bands of
America national competition
this past summer. The contest
was held at the University of
The band received a high
score in preliminary competi-
tion and qualified to be one of
the top twelve bands to march
in the finals competition. In
finals they received a score of
68.75 which gave them the
trophy for seventh band in na-
Through hard work, giving
vasts amounts of time and
devotion the members of the
Renegade Regiment proved
themselves as one of the top
bands in the nation.
The music department has had a
successful year. Several new classes
were offered for students and the
response was great.
Chamber Singers was a newly
formed choir which performed at
the public concerts held four times
during their school year. Concert
choir concentrated on "pop" music,
performing music by Dan Fogleberg,
Neil Diamond, Barbara Streisand,
Styx, and others. Jazz Choir was of-
fered for the first time as a credited
course, singing vocal jazz songs in
showcase arrangements. The
Choralettes were an all girl perform-
ing group which incorporated
choreography into their musical
presentation. They performed
throughout Tulsa at civic and social
functions, and at the concerts held
here on campus.
Front Row - Tammy Smith, Renee Cook, Diana Moore. lst Row -
Ginger Younger, Sandy Dragoo, Lori McQuary, Dianne Duckworth,
LeeAnn Hawkins, Mary Jacobson. 2nd Row - Keith Bland, Lisa Baker,
Stephanie Roberson, Deanna Hamilton, Julie Schock, Erica
Heinzelman. Back Row - Chuck Tackett, Gwen Gooch, Brooke
Callery, Greg Hopkins. Not Pictured - Kris Carter.
Front Row - Teri Haily, Leslie Randolph, Sandi Dragoo, Tom Yates, Bryan Gallatin, Jeff Baumer, Kim
Ross, Carla Stamback, Jeanine Durbin, Any Bess. lst Row - Julie Sharpe, Chris Hoover, Jerry
Barlow, Chuck Tackett, Jim Lawbaugh, Bob Miner, Cammie Brown, Liesa Griffin. Back Row - Lynn
Phillips, Dana Beisly, Brad Mullen, Scott Craft, Richard Lopez, Joe Raney, Duane Gooch, Allison Hen-
drickson, Nancy Lee, Sevena Bates.
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Front Row - Leslie Randolph, Diana Moore, Leonda Gage, Ginger Younger, Julie
Olzawski, Cammie Brown, Julie Sharp, Lisa Griffin, Lynn Phillips, Carla Stanbaugh,
Janine Durbin. lst Row - Chris Hoover, Eric Ramsey, Steve Tannehill, Jerry
Barlow, Joe Raney, Jeff Wheeler, Duane Gooch, Jimmy Lawbaugh, Jeff Gibbons.
Back Row - Michelle Freedlund, Greg Hopkins, Charlie Emerson, Chuck Tackett.
Front Row - Teri Haily, Leslie Randolph, Sandi Dragoo, Tom Yates,
Bryan Gallatin, Jeff Baumer, Leslie Cherlotte, Carla Stamback,
Jeanine Durbin, Andy Bess. lst Row - Julie Sharp, Chris Hoover,
Jerry Barlow, Chuck Tackett, Jim Lawbaugh, Bob Miner, Cammie
Brown, Liesa Griffin. Back Row - Lynn Phillips, Dana Beasly, Brad
Mullen, Scott Craft, Richard Lopez, Joe Raney, Duane Gooch, Allison
Hendrickson, Nancy Lee, Sevena Bates,
Of all the student activity in
school, the student council may
have the best opportunity to provide
guidance and direction for students.
Student Council encourages the T
development of positive student at-
titude, works for effective com-
munication between students and
the school community, and
assumes responsibility for student
When the council sees itself as an
important student group con-
tributing to student welfare and
helping create a harmonious school
atmosphere in which all may learn
to the maximum of their ability, the
council is then close to the heart of
the purpose of the school.
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Front Row - Connie Bass, Mark Metcalf, Greg Hopkins, Charolette
Zackharian, Mary Battoe, Claudia Bingham, Dianne Duckworth, Renee Cook,
Deanna Hamilton, Melissa Carlin, Cindy Tallman, Teresa Dill, Betsy Bollinger,
Terry Tinker, Jerry Cox, Kim Vaughn. lst Row - Mrs, Joella Roberts, Mike
Petty, Chris Gray, Lisa Baker, Kelly McDonald, Julie Aldrich, Kristi Wells, Con-
nie Brown, Janelle Anderson, Keli Mays, Kathy Welch, Sherry Summers, Kim
Riddles, Leslie Randolph, Jeanine Durbin, Rhonda Collins, Tracy Spears,
Michelle Montieth, Chris White, James Wallace, Roz Holcombe. Back Row -
Tammy Nearhood, Carey Joels, Brad Mulloholland, Eric Snodgrass, Suzanne
Duncan, Marty Paden, Chris Mills, Bryan Coday, Mike Patrick, Mike Steal, Mike
Beard, Kendall Brumley, Lisa Knowles, Lori Bushyhead, Kathy Brown, Christy
Spore, Tiffany Kietzman, April Bryant, Brian Doogan, Scott Craft.
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The Varsity Cheerleaders are
leaders among leaders, striving to
unite Union with Spirit. They at-
tended camp last summer and came
back with five superior ribbons and
won the spirit stick every night.
They were also selected in the
Award of Excellence.
The cheerleaders are constantly
working to raise school spirit by
making signs, selling ribbons, and
always putting on a good perfor-
mance. Before the football season,
the girls provided fruit for the
players after practice and during the
season they decorated the school,
stadium and lockers. The girls work-
ed very hard all year and are com-
mended for their fine work.
Front Row - Beth Olson, Erica Davis, Vicki Bitting, Beth Beatty, Tisa Hunt. Back
Row - Margaret Jay, Mary Battoe, Lisa Klingenburg, Melissa Connor, Angie
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The Jr. Varsity squad cheers
for both the Sophomore and
the Jr. Varsity games,
therefore, they are constantly
working hard to encourage
The Jr. Varsity squad came
back with 4 superior ribbons
and 1 excellent ribbon during
camp last summer.
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Front Row - Karen Duke, Kendall Brumley, Valisa Barton, Stacey Downes. Back
Row - Rhana Thornburgh, Shana Marlow, Tiffany Kietzman, Cindy George,
Kristi Spohrer, Kathy Brown.
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Front Row - Michelle Anderson, Diane Morgan, 1st Row - Claudia Bingham,
Lisa Baker, 2nd Row - Brooke Callery, Kathy Welch, Margaret Weeks, Janice
Hampton, Back Row - Julie Shock, Pamm Bullock, Stacey Clover, Kim
The main goal of the wres-
tling cheerleaders is to promote
spirit and provide support for
the wrestling team. The
cheerleaders attend all wres-
tling matches, tounaments and
meets throughout the season.
While at school, the
cheerleaders make signs and
sell ribbons for the next match.
Mrs. Terri Kelsey, cheerleading
sponsor, helps organize the
meetings and back the girls in
decisions they make. This past
year there were a total of 12
cheerleaders on the squad and
through their efforts the season
was one of the best.
Kicking high, looking sharp, begin
precise, and smiling, these along
with grades, and teacher recom-
mendation are the qualities a
highstepper must possess.
' Captains, Debbie Barnett and
Lezlea Hallmark, have led their unit
to the Arkansas High Kick and the
Oklahoma State Drill Team cham-
pionship. Last spring the Lord Mayor
of Dublin invited the drill team to in-
ternational competition in Ireland.
The routines are made up by the
girls although some routines come
from camp. Music for the routines is
chosen according to the type of au-
dience that will be present. Televi-
sion appearance, college athletic
events, and parade marching outline
the year round drill team program.
Front Row - Michelle Harmon, Janice Payne, Angie Wood, Brenda Simmons,
lst Row - Cindy Waldrift, Melissa Carlin, Kathy Brown, Rhonda Collins, 2nd Row
- Alice Johnson, Dawn Birchem, 3rd Row - Lori Kanitz, Sheila Allen, 4th Row
- Sheila Ewing, Cindy Lopez, 5th Row - Debby Barnett.
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Big Family is a club that in-
volves the whole school. There
is a wide variety of activities
such as, the powderpuff foot-
ball game, the Blue and Gold
Sausage sales, hayrides and dif-
ferent parties for all the
holidays. Big Family does many
community services, such as,
passing out Halloween bags at
Children's Medical Center and
serving refreshments to Osage
Pictured at right are Michelle Anderson Vice
Presldentg Janelle Anderson - Treasurer and Janice
Hampton - President.
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Front Row - Janice Hampton, Kristi Wells, Renee Slater, Margit Verhulst,
Michelle Anderson, Melinda Bright, Marci Holcombe, Margaret Jay. 1st Row -
Anna Riecken, Margaret Weeks, kelly Holden, Claudia Bingham, Chris Wiley,
Angie James, Pamm Bullock, Janelle Anderson, Angie Strickland. 2nd Row - Jay
Bush, Julie Shock, Terry Weryavah, Kelly Smoot, Lezlea Hallmark, Charlie
Bushyhead, Donny Jay, Jeff Long, Mrs. Winkler. 3rd Row - Rachel Williams,
Wanda Sage, Bryan Anderson, Leslie Williams, Rhonda Holloway, Debbie Barnett,
Sharla Cruce, Coy Harris, Connie Brown, Suzanne Duncan, Mrs. Caves. 4th Row
- Damon Waggoner, Donnie Norwood, Jeff Shockley, Darren Dennis, Chip
Doudican. Back Row - Renee Cook, Neil Siex, Mary Baxter, Joni McHugh, Scott
Smith, Mary Jacobsen, Mike Thompson, Paul McDonald.
This year's musical "My Fair
Lady" was presented to the Union
District on March 8, 9, and 11.
Directors Jane Finley, Bill Peterson,
and Stan Hughes held auditions ear-
ly in January to give the cast of
twenty Union students two months
to present an excellent showing of
both acting and musical ability.
Rene Lyman portrayed Eliza Doolit-
tle who was taken off the curbstone
as a flower girl and transformed into
an English "Lady" in an experiment
by Jimmy Lawbaugh portraying
Prof. Henry Higgins. Other Union
students having lead roles were
Scott Walker, Chris Hoover,
Charlotte Zakharian, Charlie Emer-
son, Tacy Joffe, and Lori Kanitz. The
rehearsal pianist for the production
was Leonda Gage.
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Fellowship of Christian Students
formed this fall as a sister organiza-
tion to FCA. This new club, headed
by Senior Wayne Clark, Sophomore
Debbie Batson, and Junior Debbie
Duffer found as its main purpose to
"Spread the light of Christ at Union
Primary activities to reach this
goal included weekly Bible study,
prayers and occasional special
In the final 9 weeks, FCS received
new direction through affiliation
with the national Christian Campus
Outreach organization, Youth Alive.
Youth Alive which is geared to all
students, organized and led lunch
meetings once a week with the help
of adult advisor Jonathan Smith.
Lunch meetings featured singing,
sharing, fun activities and special
guests. A highlight this spring was a
mini-concert by composer and
recording artist, David Stearman. I
FCS sponsors this year were Mrs.
Janis Fowler and Mrs. Carole Liston.
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Front Row - Vicki Jones, Cindy Hubbard, Betsy Calk, Glenna Dane, Julie Shock,
Debbie Brown, Dianne Duckworth, LeeAnn Hawkins, Terry Heath. Back Row -
Randy O'Brien, Cara Shimpkus, Lisa Bowman, Jeannifer Koskey, Scott Lutten-
burg, Coach Slemp, Tiffany Kietzman, Brett Freeman, Rob McKnight, Vicki
The Fellowship of Christian
Athletes is an organization designed
to provide an opportunity for
students. to share their Christian ex-
perience. FCA meets weekly at a dif-
ferent members house. Here they
discuss many things such as Bible,
School, Athletics, drugs and so on.
The highlight ofthe year for FCA was
their annual ski trip. This year they
took 60 people to Crested Butte,
Colorado for the best trip ever.
Sponsor Coach Slemp and all of the
members of FCA said they had a
great year this year and are looking
forward to a better one in 83.
Pictured above are FCA officers Lisa
Bowman, Sponsor Coach Slemp,
Brett Freeman, Dianne Duckworth.
During this year the French
Club has kept itself very busy.
They attended a version of the
play, "The Little Prince" put on
by a traveling show company.
They also dined out at
Josephines and enjoyed some
quality French cuisine. Madame
Reid also took some of her
French students on a tour of
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Pictured Right to Left - Cathey Denson, Lisa Griffin, Ernie Smith, Troy Deare,
Bill Canfield, JaDene Stricker, Sheila Allen, David Cape, Kerry Planner, Cammie
Brown, Chris Hoover, Scott Herring, Tomi Smith, Dana Beasley, Jeff Hines, Cindy
George, Angie Wood, Susie Sutton, April Bryant.
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Pictured above are the students who went to France - Front Row - Angie
Wood, Dana Beasley, Scott Herring, Bill Canfield. Back Row - Jeff Hines, Ernie
Smith, David Cape.
The purpose of the Distributive
Education Clubs of America is to
develop occupational competencies
in the field of marketing and
distribution and promote understan-
ding and appreciation of our free
enterprise system. Membership in
DECA is open to any full-time stu-
dent enrolled in a Distributive
Education instructional program.
The Union chapter of DECA has 42
members. As DECA members,
Students have the opportunity to
associate with others who share
common career interests in the field
of marketing and distribution.
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The Key Club is a service organiza-
tion that was put together to help
local business. This year the Union
division of the Key Club furnished a
game room for the Tulsa Speech
and Hearing Association.
Throughout this year the Key Club
has sold candy and donated all of
their profits to the heart fund. In
April they set aside a Saturday and
painted Shephard's Fold Church
Camp. This is a Kiwanis sponsored
camp for children who can't afford
to pay for themselves. The officers
also attended a national Key
Clubmeeting in Dallas during April.
Pictured Left to Right - Shelly
Buckallew, Tracy Buckallew, Cindy Lange,
Front Row - Shauna Blair, Lisa Diffenderfer, Angie James, Shari Summers, Tracy Finley, Michele
Freedlund, Jennifer Burger. lst Row - Kayla Burgess, Kevin Collinson, Lori Teel, Gwen Hodges,
Kristi Spohrer, Kenda Dulaney, Sandra Goins, Sheila Harris, Robbin Stockman, Tricia McGuire, Ron
McFarland. 2nd Row - Bobby Bingham, LuAnn Sills, Janet Pearson, Tammy Nearhood, Steven
Pruitt, Lynn Woods, Gwen Thia, Tracey Buckalloo, Shelly Buckalloo. Back Row - Jamie Lawson,
Karen Pearson, Tina Haney, Charles Zang, Stacey Downs, Laura Stepp, Cindy Tallman, Melinda
Bright, Kelli Smoot, Rosalyn Holcombe, Rena Jones, Linda Cubicle, Chris Kaiser, Cindy Lang.
The Art Club, a local chapter
of the National Art Honor
Ilax Society, strives to further the
t creative abilities of its members
and to foster excellence in ar-
tistic expression within the
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program through field trips,
great artists and special
1.3 workshops. Among the club's
accomplishments for 81-82
are the tour of the Kansas City
Art Institute, the first Union
Championship Mud Wrestling
Competition and their annual
winning of the Homecoming
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Front Row - Manual Garcia, Todd Reynolds, Don Woods, Steve Mullins, Gary
Smith, Suzanne Duncan. Back Row - Robbyn Robinson, Cindy Tallman, J. C.
Wildman, Mark Williams, Tammy Smith, Nancy Crossely, Patty Hebron, John
Smith, Jeff Wade, Rhonda Hudson, Kevin Raatz, Lisa Mason, Bryan Andrews,
Developing strong aggressive
leadership in America's future
businessmen and women is the
primary objective of the Future
Business Leaders of America.
Thorugh leadership activities and
skill competitions at the local, state,
and national levels FBLA members
learn to compete honorably with
fellow students who share similar
goals. They learn to engage in in-
dividual and group enterprises and
how to lead others and direct the af-
fairs ofa group.
Front Row - Tena Failla, Melissa Connor, Gina Zell, Kim Zin, Lisa Zell. Back
Row - Mrs. Goudeket, Marci Holcombe, Allison Hendrickson, Debbie Batson,
Scott Craft, Mrs. Ray.
The Vocational Industrial Clubs of
America is a national organization of
young men and women enrolled in
vocational trades, industrial,
technical, and health education pro-
grams. The Union Chapter of VICA
has 47 members this year and is
looking to enlarge next year. VICA
also promotes high standards in
trade, ethics, workmanship,
scholarship, and safety and is the
tool used to develop the ability of
students to plan, organize, and carry
out worthy activities and projects
through the democratic process.
Jimmy Rush Back Row Chris Lane Tony McPhail Joe Goins VICA Sposnor
This year National Honor Society
is under the direction of Mr. Ray
Strickland. The groups officers are
Gwen Gooch - Pres., Allison Hen-
drickson - Vice Pres., and Deanna
Hamilton - Secretary. The
members actively participated in
Senior Pride Week and the
Homecoming Float Competition.
Their "Yellow Submarine" took
third place. However, the work they
did was not always for themselves. A
week before Christmas break they
conducted the "5 days of
Christmas" as a tribute to the
teaching staff of Union High School.
This spring there are fifty-two new
inductees for next year, and we
hope their years with the society are
as fruitful as this one.
National Honor Society - Lee Ann Hawkins, Lori Kanitz, Alice Johnson, Beth Olson,
Allison Hendrickson, Gwen Gooch, Deanna Hamilton, Renee Cook, Julie Seigfried, Susan
Leiding, Jeannie Seahart. 1st Row - Tracy Buchalloo, Gwen Thai, Cindy Findt, Leonda
Gage, Sharon Myers, Melissa Irwin, Dianne Johns, Marci Holcombe, Erica Heinzleman,
Rachel Williams, Kim Vaughn, Rhana Thornburg, Tacy Joffe, Shirley MacGregor, Cindy
Broderick, Dawn Cummings, Michele Freelund, Kim Stevens, Cindy Hommel, Tami Gates,
Wayne Williams, Mr. Strickland. Back Row - Steve Tannehill, Steve Riser, Phil Bryant, Er-
nie Fisher, Pat Kinnison, Jeff McClain, Dianne Duckworth, Bryan Craig, Charles Zang,
Doug Gibson, Jeff Roach, Jeff Swearingen, Ed Spreeman, Burton Copeland, Wayne Clark,
Tin Tu Cao, Ricky Lewis.
Front Row - Burton Copeland, Ken Dugan, Ann Kleir, Jimmy Hampton, Angela
Lucas, Stan Hughes. Back Row - Darrin Brock, Mike Grimes, Tammy Moore,
Competitive Speech at Union High
has had a busy but very fulfilling
season this year. The tournament
squad has brought home trophies
from Washington H.S., Memorial
H.S., Norman H.S., S.W.O.S.U. at
Weatherford and Miami H.S. The
squad consists of students from Mr.
Hughes' Introduction to Speech
Class and Competitive Speech and
Debate Class as well as students in
Mrs. Finley's Theater Arts and
Members of the squad qualifying
for regionals are Greg Hopkins,
Keith Bland, Darren Farr, Bryan
Craig, Janice Payne, Tammy
Moorland, and Burton Copeland.
The science club was formed early
in 1982 to promote an interest in
science-related fields at Union High
School. Students were invited to at-
tend regular Thursday morning
meetings in which we talked, held in-
formal discussions, and had guest
speakers. Our main activity this year
the sale of poster calendars for a
fund-raiser. We also conducted a
school-wide survey involving crea-
tion and evolution.
Future plans included a Rubik's
Cube contest, and field trip to the
Omniplex in Oklahoma City. The
science club has finally gotten its
feet off the ground and our 1982
members feel that we have set a
solid foundation for the science club
in the future.
Front Row - Darci Shaw, Wayne Clark, Steve Tannehill, Darrin Keller, Vikas
Bangla, Mr. Bell, Craig Cummings, Daniel Howard, Debbie Batson, Charles Zang,
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Louis Mosler, Tena Faile, Julie Olzawski, Charlie Emerson, Renee Cook, Kathy Welch, Steve Tannehill,
Melissa Erwin, Cristi Skinner, Bill Vest, Brian Craig. Back Row - Kurt Schmidt, Keith Bland, Greg
Hopkins, Russell Stout, Keith Horne, Cheryl Holsey, Sheila Allen, Diana Moore, Gina Courington,
Susan Lee, Tacy Joffe, Robin Price, Kim Featherston, Janie Jones.
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Union's Fine Arts Department has
grown with great leaps and bounds.
They started off the year by presenting
"Up the Down Staircase." It was soon
followed by Union's first annual dinner
theatre. An Olio was presented, then
followed by a melodrama with the tradi-
tional good guyfbad guy and maiden in
distress. Our melodrama "Blazing Guns
at Roaring Gulch" was also presented to
the student body. The annual Spring
musical was "My Fair Lady" and was a
smashing success. Competitive speech
became popular among drama students.
"Runaways," the contest piece, placed
fourth at Regionals. We were also able to
qualify many students for regional
speech competition. Drama club's main
purpose this year was to entertain the
Union audience and have a good time
doing it. Officers were: Pres. - Greg
Hopkins, V.P. - Jane Law, Sec.
Treasurer - Renee Cook.
Beginning their work early in
June, members of the jour-
nalism staff attended a summer
workshop at Oklahoma Univer-
sity. Those who attended were
Jeff Planner, Alan Taylor, Wen-
dy Schettler, Linda Bell, and
Mrs. Oswalt. Here they learned
new ways of laying out the
paper and ideas for publishing a
During the year, the paper
was entered into competition
for each months issue. Special
awards were given to Linda Bell
for indepth article, Kelly Quar-
ticcio for newswriting, and Gary
Smith for most original
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Front Row - Michelle Eeds, Carey Joels, Jeff Planner, Kelly Quartuccio, Charlotte Zakharian. lst
Row - Jeanie Oswalt, Kenda Dulaney, Wendy Schettler, Cindy Findt, Mike Ellis, Cindy Lopez, Melissa
Carlin, Claudia Bingham, Manuel Garcia, David Beam. Back Row - Duane Claybrook, Jeff Roach.
Rob Pohling, Vikas Bangla, LeeAnn Hawkins, Joe Thompson, Robin Winters, Margaret Weeks, Kelly
Holden, Linda Bell, Alan Taylor. Not Pictured - John America, Brian Coday, Daniel Lehman, Keli
Mays, Larry Robinson.
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Kneeling Front - Jeff Gibbons. Back Row - Melanie Ripley, Lisa Burton, Kenda
Dulaney, Julie Olzawski, Claudia Bingham, Pamm Bullock, Eric Stageman, Mike
Davis, Brent Lankford.
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The goal of the 1982 year-
book staff was to put out a
book containing the people and
events of the past year. Under
the direction of advisor Mike
Weaver the ten member staff
spent the entire year working
on each section separately to
make sure it was done right.
Surprisingly enough, through all
the chaos and fighting they
managed to put out a book the
students could be proud of.
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The 1982 football season was the best ever
in the history of Union High School. The
Renegade footballers, under the direction of
head coach J. W. Emerson, celebrated their
second consecutive District Championship
and qualified for state playoffs.
Union returned 12 starters along with 12
more returning lettermen. Of those 24, 20
were seniors who saw action last year. To top
that, the Renegades were rated lst in
For the 1st game, Union was matched up
against Stillwater. After a tiresome battle,
Stillwater won 27-14. This dropped the
Renegades down to 9th place. The next three
games were more convincing though as
Union defeated Sapulpa 48-O, Sand Springs
36-15 and Tahlequah 15-6. But the foot-
ballers' victories came to a halt.
irl rated Bishop Kelly was next on the
schedule and the team knew it would be
tough. Kelly upheld their ranking and
defeated the Renegades 17-3 dropping Union
to a 3-2 standing.
The Renegades weren't through as they
proved by winning the remaining five games
and taking District Champs. The final scores
were Union over Jenks 10-7, Webster 35-22,
Bartlesville College 35-14, Owasso 13-3 and
Bixby 40-21. The Renegades regular season
record ended 8-2 and were ranked 2nd in the
Front Row - Donny Jay, Jeff Planer, John Glover, Brian Quish, Brad Naifeh, Todd Stiedley, Jeff
Long, Ray Hall. 1st Row - Jeff Rogers, Lyle Fulton, Pat Kinnison, Scott Walker, Neal Siex, James
Henderson, Dan Patrick. 2nd Row - Jeff McClain, Scott Adams, Kyle Irvin, Brett Freeman, Tom-
my Daignalt, Shannon Dobson, Doug Gibson, Danny Watkins. 3rd Row - Coy Harris, Joe Thomp-
son, Danny Gellner, Stan Fields, Donny Norwood, Phil Bryant, Todd Bullock, Bill Antoniesse, Mark
Thompson. Back Row - Lenie Martain, Mike Cook, Eric Roupke, Mike Chasteen, Ernie Fischer,
Jim Nelson, Steve Madar, Craig Frank, Mike Fishcer.
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On October 9, the 7th ranked Redskins
defeated Jenks for the first time in 12 years.
On a third down at the 21 Irvin fired to Mike
Cook for 11 yards and a first down at the Tro-
jan ten yard line. Irvin later passed nine yards
to Jeff Long on the one. Then on a pitchout
around the right side, Stiedley plunged the
final yard making the first score of the even-
Jenks came on the rebound in the fourth
quarter when Greg Hollinger scrambled from
the ten yard line to make the score 7-7. But
the Union defense wasn't through yet. With
9:58 on the clock, Bill Antonisse kicked a 45
yard field goal to put the Redskins on top
Suddenly the game began to change for
the Trojans. Hartshorn rambled his team for
39 yards to Union's 26 and were threatening
to score. On a fourth down play, cornerback
Joe Thompson intercepted a Hartshorne
pass on the Union ten yard line to clinch the
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Front Row - Doug Henigan, Russel Stout, Rodney Mauwik, Shawn King, Marty Padon, Kurt Schmitt, Chung Ding,
Alan Ward. lst Row - Paul Lazara, Raymond Wallace, Kieth Horn, Paul Hickman, Sergio Banerjee, Jessie Thomp-
son, Kent Grissom. 2nd Row - Danny Clark, Bill Whitney, Chris Nickels, Kenny Adams, Robert McKnight, Scott Lut-
tenberg, Jeff Hanson, Gary Goodwin. 3rd Row - Darren Dennis, Pete Mann, John Guffey, Bobby Bookout, Robert
Stone, Tom Badley, Darin Lagers, Mike Patrick, Jay Hines. Back Row - Butch Decker, Sammy Christian, Bryan An-
drews, Joey Fayrier, James Stephens, Tracy Hayes, Scott Ramsey, James Frihart, Ashley Ederer,
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Front Row - Mike Steel, Tommy'Durbin, Mark Muratory, Jack Cherry, Brian
Dugan, Brian Craig. 1st Row - Charlie Hicks, Mitch Wood, Carl Cabiness, Darren
Vanhorn, Mike Wallace. 2nd Row - John Runnane, Robert Shears, Greg Brown,
Matt Saint, Jim Crable, Roger Marrow. 3rd Row - Robby Decker, David Dick,
Mark Hulet, Jeff Bishop, John Ecton, Kevin Collinson, Mark Patrick. Back Row -
Randy O'Brian, Barry Rutsoff, Jeff Edwards, Kris Kiser, Kerry Planer, Jeff Hines,
From Left - Todd Bullock, Stan Fields, Todd Stiedley and Ernie Fisher. These
four were All-City players.
This year four of our football
players brought additional recogni-
tion to Union High School. Seniors,
Ernie Fisher, Stan Fields, Todd
Bullock and Junior Todd Stiedley
were selected as All City players for
their tremendous abilities shown on
the playing field. Further honors
were awarded to Ernie Fisher and
Todd Bullock as All Metro players.
The highest awards given were to
the two same players honored as
All-Staters, Ernie Fisher and Todd
Bullock. Congratulations go to these
fantastic players and their
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The Renegades advanced to
playoffs with a convincing win over
Bixby 40-21 as they began a must-
win, every game situation.
Offensively and defensively Union
held McAlester to only one
touchdown and dominated the en-
tire game. As a result the Buffalos
were defeated 44-6.
Moving on to quarterfinals Union
met head-on with Claremore. But
the Renegades were too powerful as
they romped over the Zebras 28-7.
For the first time in history Union
made semi-finals. Their match -
What looked like an advance to
state playoffs was only a dream. Ear-
ly in the game, Kelley took the lead
and continued throughout the game
with the Comets on top 42-21.
The basketball team got off to a
good start December 5 by defeating
Bartlesville College. This year head
Coach Ron Sumner's team returned
4 of 5 starters and 9 of the top 10
players for the new season. Before
the season started, the team
members practiced daily on basic
skills and drills to prepare them for
their future games. Drills consisted
of passing, dribbling and running and
other skills needed for a quality
The team also participated in two
tournaments throughout the year.
At the second annual Redskins
Roundball Classic, the team placed
overall. At the 4-State Classic in Cof-
feyville, Kansas the Redskins placed.
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Front Row - Jeff Swearinjun, Randy Hayes, Randy Gordon, Raid Elauf, Jay Onstott, Mike Beard,
Charlie Bushihead. 1st Row - Bryan Finley, Phil Reese, Darren McDonald, Shawn McDonald, Chris
Gray, Steve Hendrickson, Darrin Goralchek, Mike Rooling. Back Row - Pete Gunerson, Chris
Hockinson, Mike Alderman, Coach David Hall, Coach Ron Sumner, Coach Robin Bobbins, Mike
Thompson, Ernie Fisher, Mike Cook.
The Lady Redskins returned
strong this year under head
coach Carol Goddard as they
opened their season December
5. All season long the girls
perfected their quickness in
defense and offense as well as
in shooting and guarding skills.
The girls knew that team ef-
fort was important. With the
help of Coach Goddard and the
practices they had all season,
the ladies felt confident that this
was the key to their success.
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McDonald, Tracy Spears, Michelle Montheith, Sue Leiding, Tommi Smith, Debbie
McDonough, Janet Harris, Cindy Durrough, Colleen Cunnane, Coach Cheryl
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The 1981 Cross Country season
brought new accomplishments to
the team. After their second year of
competition in 4A sports, the boys
team advanced to state finals for
the first time.
To prepare themselves for the
season, they set up a schedule for
practice. Every morning each team
member ran six miles and in the
afternoon continued by running
Under the direction of Coach Jim
Bradshaw, six returning senior
starters were the key to this
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Front Row - Kevin Gerty, Jeff Williams, Cecil Delrosario, Charlie
Bushihead, Mike Gels, Jeff Roach. Back Row - Jeff Schokly Bruce
Brenner, Matt Edwards, Mitch Steitz, Damon Wagner.
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The girls Cross-Country team, for
the fifth consecutive year, captured
the 3A State Championship and the
sixth State Crown. Coached by Jim
Bradshaw the team had three all-
staters honored who were Lori
Bushihead, Rachel Williams and
Bridgette Robertson. Other players
were Julie Schock, 15th and April
Bryant, 25th. "These girls have a lot
of pride," said Coach Bradshaw. "l
was kind of scared towards the end,
but the season turned out great. l'm
just glad this year is over."
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First Row Tammy Brewer Lisa Mason Lisa Jones Reney Slater Back Y A i ' -i g
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The Redskins made their first
appearance in class 4A state
wrestling this year and left a big
Union ended their season
with a 10-4 dual record and a
3-0 tournament record. But the
main accomplishments were
regional and state champs.
At the end of the season
Union was rated 4th as they
entered regional competition.
Here the Redskins qualified nine
wrestlers for state finals to be
held in Norman. The following
placers were lst - Brent
Fergeson, Todd Stiedley and
.lack Chamberlin. 2nd - Jack
Cherry, Steve Koskey and Todd
Bullock, and 3rd - Kent
Grissom and Harlan Trout.
Once at state Union followed
closely behind Midwest City un-
til the fourth and final round.
From then on the Redskins
were neck and neck with the
Bombers down to the last
Union trailed Midwest City by
three points after the 190
match and needed Todd
Bullock's win to clinch the title.
Bullock was to wrestle East
Central's Doug Rawlinson who
had gone undefeated for the
past two years and had
previously defeated Todd five
As the match reached its
end, Todd was leading Doug
12-3 and won not only state
championship for heavyweight
but pulled the team from
behind and won the competi-
tion. The final score was Union
101 V2 to Midwest City's100W.
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The Union Matmen traveled to
three tournaments during the past
season and dominated in each.
At their own Union Classic, Union
tied with East Central for first place
with 152k points.
They traveled next to the Geary
Tournament held in Geary,
Oklahoma. Here the Redskins top-
ped Midwest City and East Central
with 137W points.
The final tournament was held in
Yukon, Oklahoma. Union won the
tournament for the second year in a
row and proved this with easy win of
165V2 points over the closest team,
Catoosa, with 127W
At the conclusion of the season,
senior Jack Chamberlin was named
All-Stater along with Brent Fergeson
and Bill Loud as lst team alternates.
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Front Row - Eric Roepke, Mike Steel, Paul Hickman, Doug Henningan, Marty
Padan, Tommy Durbin, Mike Patrick, Todd Bullock. lst Row - Danny
Snellgroves, Jeff Hanson, Gary Goodwin, Pete Mann, Mark Patrick, James
Frihart. Back Row - Jim Hill, Greg Brown, Robert Stone, James Stephens, John
America. Not Pictured - Donny Jay and Jeff Long.
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As one of the newer pro-
grams here at Union, the power
lifting team has cropped many
new athletes into competition.
Coach J. W. Emerson leads an
eight member team into prac-
tice every day starting with
At lifting meets, members
are given three lifts in each
category: bench press, squats,
and dead lifts. After lifting one
weight, the lifter increases the
amount of weight on the next
two lifts. At the end of the com-
petition the lifter with the
highest total of weight added
together, is determined the
Special recognition goes to
Donny Jay for being the
outstanding lifter for the past
two years and to the entire
team for placing first at the
three tournaments they
entered this year.
3 time outstanding lifter:
Front Row - Tim Sheebert, Steve Hicks, Mark Hulet, Jim Crable, Mike Beard, Keith
Peters, Jeff Hines. lst Row - Coach Padgett, Jeff Sweringin, Jay Hines, Mark Faiis, Doug
Waters, Jay Onstott, Bryan MacElroy, Coach Bailey. Back Row - Bruce Brenner, Craig
Frank, Ernie Fisher, Pat Kinnison, Donnie Norwood, Cecil Delrosario, Jon Smith, Jeff
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lst Row - Coach Jim Bradshaw, Cindy Darrough, Brigid Robertson, Julie
Schock, Lisa Jones, Coach Don Jones. 2nd Row - April Bryant, Lori Bushihead.
Back Row - Julie Cotner, Julie Hecht, Ashley Thompson, Kristen Jones.
Practice, practice, practice is
how the track team stays 111.
Each day members practice in
the specific areas in which they
compete. Some members may
enter more than one area if
they specialize in it. Competi-
tion ranges from shot put and
discus throw to pole vaulting
and sprints. Other areas include
hurdles, long jumps and high
jumps. Union is known for a
strong athletic program and
the track team proves this.
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Starting their second season
here at Union, the volleyball
team began practice in early
January. Team members Sue
Leiding and Janet Harris were
selected all-conference players
and the team itself won 2nd at
conference this year. Coached
by Carol Goddard, the team
has improved their skills and is
making volleyball a major sport
Front Row - Laurie Smith, Joelle Seaton, Karann Brandt. 1st Row - Kell Mays,
Tracy McDonough, Kim Gels, Jill Onstott, Dianne Duckworth. Back Row -
Coach Ellen Jones.
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With an increasing interest in
gymnastics, the program grew
very well this year. Under coach
Jones the gymnastics team
worked each day to better
themselves in their routines for
the oncoming meets. The girls
competed on the parallel bars,
the balance beam and in the
floor exercises. Seniors Dianne
Duckworth and Kell Mays led
the team members thru the
season and helped prepare
them for next years
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The golf team has made great im-
provements in their pgoram in the
past few years and it has paid off in
this season's showing. The team
won 3rd at the metro tournament
and 2nd at the conference meet
with the help of coach Robin
To prepare for the year's competi-
tion each member played eighteen
holes per day and hit on the golf
range for an hour. Five guys and five
girls were then selected to play in
the matches, which averaged three
each week. This dedication is sure to
make the team stronger than it
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Coach Robin Robbins, Mitch Stietz, Lenie Martain, Brad Naifeh.
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Robin Robins, Cindy Tallman, Debbie Brown.
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The tennis teams opened their
season against the Sapulpa Chief-
tians on March 10 as they began
their climb to the top. Under the
direction of coaches Lisa Cole, and
David Hall, team members practiced
daily and ranked themselves on a
ladder. Positions on the ladder
range from 1-6 singles and two
doubles teams. Right now the main
goal is to build up the team over the
summer for next year's season.
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Dianne Duckworth Back Row Donna Baucom Goralcheck Richard Lopez, Scott Hunter.
Self discipline, devotion, and hard
work are just a few of the qualities an
athlete must have. To sharpen these
skills, the Redskins baseball team began
practice in mid January. Union returned
eight seniors from last year's team pro-
viding the experience to make them one
of the best teams around.
On April 17, Union Captured the Metro
Tournament title at Sutten stadium by
defeating highly ranked Rogers High, 3-
2, Key hitting by Shannon Dobson and
Phil, Bryant gave the Redskins just the
points they needed to defeat Rogers.
Junior Kyle Irvin recorded six strikeouts,
allowed only five hits, and blanked the
Rogers the final six innings to clinch the
The team, coached by Larry Ar-
rowood, is determined to go to state this
year and it looks like they are on their
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The Redskin Basketball Team ended their
season with a 24-12 record. Coach Larry
Arrowood lead this team into Regional
playoffs and won 1st by defeating the
Memorial Chargers 7-O. The Redskins ad-
vanced the first round of state playoffs and
were defeated by Moore 2-1.
Front Row - Shannon Dobson, Darren Dennis, Steve Heck,
Scott Smith, Rob McKnight, Robert Shears. lst Row - Tyle Per-
rin, John Ecton, Randy Gordon, Phil Bryant, Raid Elauf, Kyle Irvin.
Back Row - Coach Sandy Hanlin, Brett Freeman, Mike Rohling,
Bryan Anderson, Joey Farrier, Brent Mills, Butch Decker, Coach
iors Colleen Cunnane 1st Row Cindy Durrough Lisa Knowles Cheryl Hagan r
The softball team did an outstanding job
this year as they ended their season with a
17-6 record. This was accomplished by the
15 member team and of those, six were
Union's schedule was pretty tough but with
a good team they did well. "Our hardest team
we played was Bartlesville Sooner. They were
defending state champions with eight return-
ing starters," said head coach Don Jones.
Despite this fact, Union went on to take
District Champs for the 1981-1982 season.
Starting their first year here at
Union, the swim team began working
early building the program for the
Practice for team members con-
sisted of running and lifting weights to
develop strong arms and swimming
sets like runners do in track. The girls
set up their practices throughout the
year, working before and after school
and on weekends.
This year at state, Kelly Niles,
Union's only qualifier, placed 2nd in
the 100 yard back stroke and 7th in
the 200 freestyle. The main goal is to
develop the team for a bigger year
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These honors are not only
school related, but also show a
tremendous amount of com-
Senior Attendant - Dianne Duckworth
and escort Stan Fields
Junior Attendant - Kirsten Whealy and
escort Phil Bryant
Senior Attendant - Mary Jacobson
and escort Todd Bullock
Sophomore Attendant - Karen
Duke and escort Shannon Dobson
The Court- Phil Bryant, Kirsten Whealy, Stan Fields, Dianne Duckworth, Brian
Quish, Michelle Anderson, Mary Jacobson, Todd Bullock, Karen Duke, and Shan-
The Autumn night at Union
Stadium was highlighted by
honoring Michelle Anderson as
the 1981-82 Football
Homecoming Queen. Michelle
has been active in colorguard, a
wrestling cheerleader, and
officer in Big Family, and will be
representing the state in the
national Homecoming Queen
contest in Las Vegas this
summer. Michelle's escort was
Brian Quish. Brian has been
playing football all four years at
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Senior Attendant - Debbie McDonnough and Junior Attendant - Michelle Montieth and
' escort Jay Onstott
escort Mike Cook
Sophomore Attendant - Stephanie Todd an
escort Mike Rholing
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The Court - Michelle Monteith, Jay Onstott, Debbie McDonnough, Mike Cook,
Terri Weryavah, Ernie Fisher, Stephanie Todd, and Mike Rholing.
On February 11, the Redskins
won their homecoming game
against Webster. Terri
Weryavah was crowned as
basketball queen. Terri has
played basketball and softball,
and is also in Big Family and
FCAA. Her escort was Ernie
Ernie has played basketball,
football and run track for all
four years at Union. He is an
All-State Football Player and an
All-State Track member.
endant - Claudia Bingham Senior Attendant - Dianne Duckworth
dant - Stephanie McCollough Sophomore Attendant- Kendall Brumley
On February 4, Union hosted
the East Central Cardinals at
their homecoming match. To
highlight the evening, Margaret
Weeks was crowned the 1981-
82 homecoming queen.
Margaret has participated in
track, basketball, Big Family,
and has been a Wrestling
She was escorted by Jack
Chamberlain, who has
dedicated himself totally to
seven years of wrestling.
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Senior Attendant - Charlotte Zakharian
and escort Brad MulHolIand
Junior Attendant - Kelly McDonald
and escort Steve Hendriekson
Lynda Higley ai
Senior Attendant -
Sophomore Attendant - Suzi Sut-
ton and escort Robert Jones
At the winter concert on
February 8, Leonda Gage was
crowned the Band Queen.
Leonda has been in band for
eight years. She has received
the honor of being in the 1980-
82 All District and All State
Honor Bands. Twelve Superior
ratings have been awarded to
her in percussion, specifically
the mallets. Leonda was
escorted by Charles Emerson.
Charlie has also been in band
for eight years. He is a member
of the All-District Honor Band
and an alternate to the All-State
Honor Band. He also
participated in the All Senior
Honor Band and was head of
the Renegade Regiment
percussion section. Leonda and
Charlie are both in the
percussion section of the Tulsa 89
ln the 1982 school year, four
Seniors graduated from Union with a
4.0 grade point average. Steve Tan-
nehill, Renee Cook, Julie Seigfried,
and Allison Hendrickson have main-
tained straight A's for four con-
secutive years. The person who
received the second highest grade
point average, being named
Salutatorian, was Gwen Gooch.
These students were not just "book
worms" in high school, but they have
all been very involved in many school
activities. Steve has been in Select
Choir, Jazz Choir, and the Science
Club, Renee has been in Colorguard,
Choralettes, Drama, a class officer,
and plans on making a career in per-
forming arts and dance, Julie has been
in Colorguard and the soccer team,
Allison has been in Select Choir,
Chamber Singers and Madrigalsg and
Gwen has been in Choralettes, Presi-
dent of National Honor Society,
French Club, and an active member of
Valedictorian - Steve Tannehill
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Valedictorian - Julie Seigfried Salutatorian - Gwen Gooch
Outstanding Athletes for 1982
are Ernie Fisher and Rachel
Ernie has participated in football,
basketball and track. As defensive
end for the Union Redskins, Ernie
was the nemisis for many op-
ponents. For his outstanding play
was named to local all city teams
and was one of the team's all-state
members. ln addition to the
awards, Stanford University
selected him to become a member
of their nationally recognized foot-
Rachel, a pretty Union senior, is
one of the state's outstanding track
stars. She has run for four time
coach of the year, Jim Bradshaw
the four years she has attended
Union High School. An all-state win-
ner six times, Rachel runs cross-
country, the 2 mile and mile relay
for the Union Track team.
Good Luck, Rachel and Ernie.
Todd Bullock has been a very active
student during his two years at Union.
He has played football during his four
years of high school and helped lead our
team to the state play-offs. He was
chosen for the all-state football team in
1982. He has also wrestled for three
years and achieved the honor of being a
heavyweight state champion wrestler.
He also participates in track and is the
photographer for Family Living.
Diane Duckworth has attended Union
since ninth grade. She received the
honor of being both a wrestling and foot-
ball attendant. She has been a member
of National Honor Society, vice presi-
dent of the Senior class and secretary of
FCA. She participated in choralettes,
was captain of colorguard and played
tennis for two years. She also was co-
captain of the gymnastics team and
made state for three years.
S0l1i0l'S of the NKOIIIZI1
September - Rachael Williams and
November - Claudia Bingham and Erj
February - Charlotte Zakharian and
October - Dianne Duckworth and
December - Mary Battoe and Jeff
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Being chosen for a Senior of the
Month is quite an honor. The
students are nominated by the Stu-
dent Council for their leadership,
pride, and accomplishments they
have achieved throughout their
years at Union. These eighteen
students represent the excellence
Union is known for throughout the
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May - Allison Hendrickson and Phil
This was it, folks! The Senior class of
1982 bid their teachers and peers
farewell throughout the week. Beginning
with the Senior Tea for the girls and
their mothers and the awesome Senior
Showcase, ending with the Breakfast
and Graduation. At the Senior Showcase
we had a sneak preview of the 1983
Union Borallettes, JoJo and the Dodes,
the Union Lubeners, and who can forget
the bathroom skit? The morning of
graduation Seniors woke early for their
Senior Breakfast which was held at ln-
dian Springs Country Club. Mr. Davidson
was the guest speaker. The week ended
with Graduation held with mixed feelings
as the Seniors headed off into a life on
their own - all representing Union with
spirit and pride forever.
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National Merit Finalists - Jeff Gibbons, Gwen Gooch, and Doug Gibson
Lynn Phillips - All State Chorus Leonda Gage - All State Band
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Michelle Anderson - Miss Oklahoma
This page is dedicated to those
Union students who have gone
beyond the average saga of school
life and expanded upon their talents.
CWe could only put a few here.J
Union has been very lucky to have
three students qualify as National
Merit Finalists. Xoug Doug Gibson,
Gwen Gooch, and Jeff Gibbons were
in the top .5 percent in the nation in
their scores on the PSAT and the
SAT. ln addition to the Finalists, Wyn
Featherston was chosen as a
Semifinalist. Leonda Gage and Lynn
Phillips made it through very
strenuous auditions to make All-
State in Band and Chorus. Leonda's
music has brought her a scholarship
to Tulsa University this fall. Lynn
sings in numerous choirs in school,
but is also the lead singer for the
Heaven Generation Singers.
Michelle Anderson represented
Union in the Miss Oklahoma
Homecoming Pageant and won. She
will be representing Oklahoma in the
national contest in Las Vegas this
summer. Jack Chamberlain was
Union's only qualifier for All-State
Wrestling. He has been wrestling for
5 years and has qualified for state
for three. Rene Lyman was a contes-
tant in the Miss Keystone Pageant
and the Miss Tulsa Pageant where
she received Most Talented. In the
Keystone Pageant she was first run-
ner up and in the Tulsa Pageant she
was third runner up. Congratula-
tions to all these students. Rene
Lyman - Most Talented in the Miss
Steve Davis' stirring speech to the
to Rod Cameron and the advice of
the vmedmtonans hghhghted the
graduahon of the 61st graduahng
cmss of Unmn Fhgh SchooL Orm
Roberts University Mabee Center
was again the site of Union's gradua-
Hon.Thelarge audmnce appmuded
and cheered on then' favorhe
graduate as he received his diploma.
Three hundred thirty-five seniors
graced the stage, culminating in
Pres. Mike Chasteen's memorable
coup de grace.
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CLASSES OF '82
the Awesome C ass of 1982
Lisa Acosta Judy Adams Scott Adams Jackie Admire
Pam Akin Bill Alderman Julie Aldrich Bryan Anderson
Michelle Anderson Janelle Anderson Bill Antonisse Harminder Atwal
Lisa Baker Brian Balenti Vickus Bangla Dana Baucom
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The 1982 class officers are president Mike Chasteen, vice president Diane
Duckworth, secretary Kathy Welch and treasurer Renee Cook. During the
year these officers made excellent choices on the Senior announcements
and the designing of the Senior tee-shirts. We appreciate their dedication.
Beverly Baskin Mary Battoe Mary Baxter Greg Beasley
Beth Beaty Terri Beck Tammy Beeton Richard Bias
Claudia Bingham Karen Bishop Natalie Black
Lisa Bowman Traci Buckallew Todd Bullock
Beth Burton Charlie Bushyhead Donnie Braden Bruce Brenner
Melenda Bright Tim Broccard Darren Brock
Kathy Brown Scott Brown Sherry Bray Phil Bryant
Gina Calaza Brooke Callery Mel Campbell Huy Cao
Taun Cao Tin Tu Cao Melissa Carlin Adele Carter
Jack Chamberlain Mike Chasteen Tami Clair Wayne Clark
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Rick Calantaonio Steve Collier James Collins Carla Compton
Melissa Conner ,. Mike Cook
Renee Cook Genie Cooper
Kevin Cooper Lloyd Cooper Julie Cox Greg Culling
Scott Craft Debbie Crain Sharla Cruce Tom Dagnault
Jacki Daugherty Chip Doudican Choi Davis Mike Davis
Mark DeWeese Cecil Del Rosario
Denise Dendy Roger Denson
Chris Denton Shannon Dobson Heather Dreyer Dianne Duckworth
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Raid Elauf Charles Emerson Melissa Erwin Tommy Esque
Santena Failla Win Featherston Brent Ferguson Steve Ferguson
Stan Fields Cindy Findt Mike Fischer Ernie Fisher
Craig Frank Brett Freeman Todd Freeman Lyle Fulton
Leonda Gage Manuel Garcia Tami Gates John Glover
Kim Goss Paul George Jeff Gibbons Brent Gooden
Gwen Gooch Greg Griffith Clayton Hale Ray Hall
Lezlea Hallmark Janice Hampton Deanna Hamilton Coy Harris
LeeAnn Hawkins Randy Haye Alison Hendrickson Lynda Hertsell
Lynda Higley Kris Hill Rhonda Hinnen Marci Holcombe
Tammy Holcomb Kelly Holden Rhonda Holloway Marlene Hohn
Linda Hotaling Rhonda Hudson Roger Hula Mary Jacobson
Ronna James Sheila James Donny Jay Margaret Jay
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Mike Jones D'Anne Johns Yolanda Johnston Daniel Johnston
Jerry Jorden Michelle Kaleda Shannon Kaiser Robert Kassanavoid
Todd Kemp Jennifer King Pat Kinnison Jill Knight
Steve Koskey Linda Kubeca Greg Lamp Brent Lankford
Mark Latimer Jane Law Brad Leathers Paul Lee
Charlotte Leslie Jeff Long Cindy Lopez Bill Loud
Angela Lucas Cheryl Lufkin
Renee Lyman Steve Madar
Shannon Mahoney Lenie Martin
Becky Mathews Randy Mattock
Keli Mays Jeff McClain Brad McCombs Joe McCormick
David McCreary Paul McDonald Debbie McDonough Don McKinney
Tony McPhaiI Mike Messier Gregory Miller Brent Mills
Bob Minor Tammy Monlux Sean Moore Tammy Moore
Louie Moser Shannon Murphy Sharon Myers Brad Mulholland
Brad Naifeh Jim Nelson Wendy Newman Regina North
Don Norwood Will O'Brian Beth Olson Julie Olzawski
David Overbey Lorene Pagano Dave Panchot Daniel Patrick
Rosemarie payne Sonya Payne Janet Pearson Tyle Perin
Derma perryman Wynne Peterson Rose Pina Jeff Planner
Leigh Ann Plummer Jackie Pounds Kelly Quertuccio Phil Quihuis
Larrie Randolph Jennifer Reinhardt Corey Reynolds Todd Reynolds
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John Richeson Melanie Ripley Jeff Roach Eric Roepke
Jeff Rogers Rob Rohling Juan Romaro Kimberely Ross
Jimmy Rush Maria Sabala Neil Siex Jill Schatz
Wendy Schettler Kay Schlosser Julie Seigfriend Jerry Scott
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Kim Stephens Jason Stallings
Ed Spreeman Danny Snellgrooves
Kellie Smoot Tammy Smith Scott Smith Denisa Smart
Renay Slater Pam Skates Lisa Silva Jeff Shockley
Rhonda Stockman Angie Strickland Stacy Strickiand John Sullivan
Dana Szeszulski Cindy Tallman Steve Tannehill Alan Taylor
Kevin Temple Quynk Thai Joe Thompson Mark Thompson
Mike Thompson Tawnia Thorton Harlen Trout Diana Veliz
David Way Joey Webb
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Margaret Weeks Theo Weissenborn
Marget Verhulst Jeff Wade
Kim Wakashima Chuck Waters
Kristi Wells Teri Weryavah Jeff Wheeler Kelly Wheeler
Lisha Whiteman Sally Wickham John Wildman Leslie Williams
Rachel Williams Richie Williams Pam Wilson Robin Winters
Andrea Wolf Sally Wolfe Saylor Wood Ginger Younger
Charlotte Zacharian Gina Zell Kim Zinn Jeff Quayle
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Secretary: Lisa Knowles, President: Bryan Craig, Vice President: Lori Bushyhead
The Sophomores have
shown school spirit this year by
winning first in the spirit chain
contest, second in the wall
decoration contest, and
participated in the
homecoming parade and
carnival. They are well on their
way to building a class that will
lead to new heights of school
spirit at Union.
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Our leaders, our friend, and
our educators. Without them
our. education would be
nothing. Through all the tests,
homework and the long hours
of study the teachers here at
Union were behind us all the
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Gerald Williams Bill Grove Don Davidson
Principal Assistant Prin
Under the new direction of principal Jerald
Williams the 1981-82 school year was a success.
Mr. Williams brought new and fresh ideas from
Edison where he was principal last year and turned
them into something great. Along with the
principal we had our vices. Mr. Don Davidson and
Mr. Bill Grove supported Mr. Williams and kept
things going. Mr. Grove, after serving as vice-
principal for four years, retired this year but he
still worked with the school district. We're
fortunate to have these fine men as our leaders.
cipal Assistant Principal
Jim Fisher Bill Mann Joan Stuckey Reamonelle
One of the most utilized groups of faculty is
the one residing in the guidance office. These
people deal with the whole spectrum of the
human drama. They have witnessed the suc-
cesses and failures, solutions and problems,
joys and pains of countless youths. But they
are not here merely to bear testament to the
humanity that parades before them yearly.
They help grease the cogs in the process of
educating the pillars of 21st. century
American society. And they care . . .
Dr. Wesley Jarman Darwin P. Maxey
Alison Moore Richard L. Tallman
Vaughn Brower Louise Grissom
The Board of Education is a dedicated group of five
people who are elected by the community to serve in the
best interests of the parents and students in the district.
, The school board meets once a month to make deci-
sions concerning personnel, finances and building.
It is the ultimate goal of the Board to provide the best
possible education for each student within the district's
' office Staff
Karen Bills Glenda Braun Kathy Griffey Darla Harris Carolyn Wall
The office personnel play a big part in a
student's day. Between answering phones
and keeping track of absences, they're
writing passes and sending students to class.
If it weren't for office aides, these women
would be in big trouble. We're thankful for
such dedicated secretaries!
Debra Barlow Mike Weaver
Janis Fowler Carole Liston
Carol Lavendusky Yvonne Mann
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The English Department is
the largest one here at the high
school. During the year
teachers prepare students for
college in writing and reading
skills by going over what
they've learned in previous
years. A Senior's year is full of
essays, term papers and the
dreaded Shakespeare stories.
Through it all students do
understand the English
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Plant life, human life and the solar
system are just a few of the classes of-
fered through our science department
here at Union. So large is the interest
in it, that many students have com-
pleted all the courses offered and are
now taking college classes in chemistry
and physiology. Future plans of the
department are to broaden the
courses available and build a green
house for further plant study.
If you want to know who our
president was, ask any history stu-
dent and you'lI find out. Our
history department has grown
considerably in the past years with
help from its outstanding staff.
Students were taught about our
democracy, economics and our
heritage as far back as possible.
No one can ever say - history is
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Joella Roberts Max Pope Mickey Toney
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Can you add and subtract?
Mathematics department at Union is
the best one of all. There is a wide range
of classes for the business bound student.
lf you want the basic math skills there
is General Math, and those who plan to
major in Math may find Calculus to be the
answer. You might not enjoy Math, but
with good and understanding teachers
you may begin to like it. Math is 2 good 2
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Besides athletics, Physical Educa-
tion is one ofthe most active classes in
the school. Students are subject to ac-
tivities such as volleyball, softball, and
physical workouts, as well as basket-
ball and lifting weights. Having a choice
of what kind of class you wanted to be
in really made it easier. There were
three classes - Girls, Boys, and Co-
Ed. The P.E. teachers felt that with a
choice of the class the student could
be in, it was easier for them to
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Patty Deuvall Terry Kelsey S as
Beth Shipman June Ray .Q I Av W
lf you've ever wanted a taste of
the working world, the business
department is the place to be.
Throughout the year, typewriters
are working away setting new goals
and calculators are out in full force.
Students learn shorthand, business
management and typing skills to
help them before they graduate and
begin working in the business world.
The teachers show the students
everything they know and thanks to
the good equipment and facilities
here, it makes learning it all so much
Ray Bell Bill Peterson Doug Henderson Don Wood
The Fine Arts department has
achieved many goals this year
as they began their climb to the
top. The drama classes
presented one act plays
throughout the year with great
success. The music department
performed at dinners and social
events throughout the city of
Tulsa. Both the music and
drama groups combined did an
outstanding job and deserve the
credit they've earned.
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Parlez-vous francais? Habla usted
espanol? If you can answer either
one of these then you know Union
offers French and Spanish. You
learned about other countries'
culture as well as their language.
Both classes go on a trip to the
country they are learning about
which only adds to one's knowledge.
lf you don't do well in English why
not take a foreign language. Au
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Union has a terrific industrial
arts department and it shows
thru their program. Students
enrolled learn skills in welding,
Woodcraft and mechanics. Most
who enroll have usually chosen
one of these as a career and are
ready and willing to learn.
Kurt Reisner Don Bailey
Driver's Ed is where most students get
their first experience in driving. Teaching
this to the students is a large responsibili-
ty and ours were the best. In Driver's Ed
students are taught not only how to drive
and operate a car but are taught proper
maintenance of a car. Along with that,
this was the first year students were re-
quired bythe state of Oklahoma to com-
plete driver's ed before receiving their
Connie Keller Donna Brown
Andrea Tight and Donna Ciucci try to
provide their students with creative work
and a warm atmosphere.
Mrs. Tight, as the Special Services
coordinator, takes care of the referrals
and testing of all students.
Connie Keller as the A.R.C. CAcademic
Resource Centerj co-ordinator, feels
that, since the program is new, there is
ample opportunity to try different ap-
proaches and techniques.
Home Ec students found
themselves quite busy this year as
they were taught everything from
sewing on a button to preparing a
full course meal. Students interest in
family living and single survival in-
creased with a large part of these
being male. Guys wanted to learn
how to cook and do household
chores just as much or even more
than the female members. ls this
surprising or is this surprising?
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Our growing library has been mosi
helpful this past year. The librariar
worked hard keeping it nice and nevi
books for the students' con-
venience. Since the library has beer
moved over into the new section
everything has been more organizec
and easier for students to finc
materials they need without hallway
congestion of the past. Congratula
tions go to the hard work oui
librarians have done.
Front Row - Alice Hudson, Fran Pearson, Barbara
Hunsberger. Back Row - Evelyn Wolfe, Wanda Dalke,
Merline Planer, Mary Housdan.
The janitor and cooks are
seldom recognized the work
they put into our school. Here
at Union we have a very
qualified staff who spend many
long and hard hours cleaning
our school and preparing our
lunches for us. Without them
the school would be one large
pit full of starving kids. Thanks
for your help!
This section is what makes patrons and sponsors that have
the 1982 yearbook possible. supported us all year long.
We would like to thank all the Thanks!
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