Union High School - Union Jack Yearbook (Union, WV)

 - Class of 1947

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Assistants .,..ssvs....iv Mary Ann Gal lagner ..s.....Regina Burley, Deloris Mourehouse i..,....,.....Fayne Coen ............Joan Cetkosky, Tressa Ralbusky, Theresa Hughes .Lois Jean Riedel ......Kathryn Webb ,......Andy Mestrovic .....V.Don Wiseman ....,,..s.....Don Haute .,......Nancy Fullerton, Dale l-laythorn, Elmer Gardner, Tom Welch, Alvin Tegarden ..s,.s,.,..Gloria Lowers W ...... Roseann Cianfarani, Dolores Gach During the recording of the second stanza of our high school song, Mr. Harry Craig started to conduct our chorus of students. Throughout the three last stanzas of our song at Union, he has directed us to our finale. As we leave our concert hall, which you know as Union High School, the recording of our song completed, we wish to dedicate this issue of the MESSENGER, with our deepest appreciation to our faithful conductor, Mr. Craig, whose friendli- ness, good humor, and help we will always prize "Among our Souvenirs." ibeckcafion ,f4c!nf1,i1fLi5LLraLli01fL ' Mar of glcfncafion Louis R. Potts .....,. ................. S uperintendent of Schools Poul A, Polmer .... .,...... A ssistont Superintendent of Schools Joseph J. Fisherml... .. Kenneth Hclrbison ....... D. W. Morris C. Merle Brown Ralph Riggs D. D. McCordle Rural Supervisor of Schools . .......... President of the Boord 0 ' jimmy That friendly smile, that open heart and that helpful way of Mrs. Eula McBride, school secretary, makes us sorry to leave Union. All through the year she has brightened the office with her ever cheerful smile and words. We, the class of '47 wish to thank Mrs. McBride for all her under- standing and helpfulness throughout the year, and feel that she truly expresses the words of that popular song "You Are My Sunshine." 7 If'LlfLCLlO6L!5 mmage "The song is ended but the melody lingers on." These past four years of your youth have been spent among your friends in the halls of Union High. You have had some rough spots because none of us are perfect. That which will linger in your memory though will be the beautiful melody of the fine experiences and associations. The life of a school administrator would be an unhappy one, to say the least, if it were not for the pleasure and satisfaction of seeing these young people grow and develop from gangling year- lings to sophisticated seniors. I know l shall treasure a host of these pleasant memories of your school days here and I sincerely trust you will, too. Cod speed to you all. Xjbldfbkg 1947 Mrs. Agnes Minick Miss Margaret Polley Miss Beryl Goodwin English 9, English lO Librarian Journalism, English 9, Chorus Mrs. Goldie Daily Mr. Robert Pastorius Mrs. Mary Wiseman Mr. Louis Riedel Typing IO, ll Vocational Physical Ed. Vocational Miss Agnes V. Cox Mr. Eldron Suter Mr. Harry L. Craig Shorthand ll, I2 Manual Training Welding Bookkeeping, Com. Law, Consumer Economics MCMA? . 'FET , , 1947 Miss Margaret Ann Mr. Robert Brindley Mrs. Leila Tipton Lane Citizenship Algebra, physics, V Science, Biology chemistry, geometry Mrs. Mary Fahrion Mrs. Edna Crow Miss Mary Conner Mr. Walter Polley English 12, Latin l, 2 Home Economics Problems of Instrumental music Democracy Mrs. Floyd Bonar Miss Gertrude Peel English 9, English ll American History, Not pictured: Economic Geog. Mr. Irvin Barnett Mr. Arthur Jones World History, Bus. Physical Ed. Math. 7 - if-LQ. M.. 'A , , , , A, 4 '4 Q V 'wi 4 1 .Ja v ,..Q'1 r if , M 1 . Tri V-4 kijvgs If Z fxi VQTWF, . ' P is 2 ' if " IM w .4 up .M ,- isf 5 ,Q V019 EC? of EAZ CALM of 1 7 Having recently completed a world wide tour, we deemed it advisable to make a report concerning the Union High alumni graduating with the class of 47. Following are the details of our journey which began in the inanimate city l?l of Boggs Run. Here we found "Hap" Storm and Jerry Fisher indus- triously running their partnership auto garage. Jennie Falova lfugitive from Riggs-Lamarrl has a steady job-she puts waves in Storm's hair! Upon reaching Benwood we discovered Angelo De Crease, with assistants Charles Beecher and Bill Gulden, busily producing competition for the Boggs Runners as they build the De Crease De Lux super service station. ln the newly constructed Benwood Telephone office we find chief oper- ator, Maisie Metz, directing her squad of girls, among whom we were pleased to find Dorothy Supan and Willa Elschlager, operating Glendale lines only, while Marg Svrcek and Stella Grombka work side by side, comparing bits of conversation that they just happened to overhear. Also hard at work at the switchboard were Margaret Kramer, Gerry Lucas, Josephine Banaski, and Virginia Klug. The lone long distance operator was Lois Riedel. Our journies took us to Baltimore, Md., where at John Hopkins hospital we found those world famous doctors, Elmer Gardner and John McAninch, with their assistant nurses, Helen Danielson and Kathryn Webb. From Balti- more we traveled north to New York City where we were startled to find in one of the massive buildings the Exclusive Dress Shop of Rose Ann Cianfa- rani. All clothing offered for sale in this charming shop is designed by Deloris Moorehouse. While in the east we read of the oncoming light-weight title bout, be- tween two well known pugilists under skillful promotion of Mike Jacobs, boxing commissioner and decided to see the fight so went to New York. Upon entering Madison Square Garden we caught sight of Joe Kibert and Carl Rakoskie, trainers of match contenders Robert Bartsch and Nick Renzella. While further doing the town we chanced to drop into the Cotton Club where furnishing the music of the evening, were Johnnie Canestraro's "Man- hatten Maniacs." Trumpeter--Frank Mele, drummer-Gene Elliott, trom- bonists-Robert Coleman and Regina Burley, pianist-Alvin Tegarden and Vocalist-Pauline Judge, who incidentally, is still being pursued by "Tea". We hope this pursuit won't be a case of "Love's Labor Lost"l Writing features for the New York Times were Daryl McGinnis and the former Mary Ann Gallagher, now Mrs. John Storm. Before continuing toward the coast by a Deluxe Pullman, we deposited our baggage with Tom Welch, "Baggage Master" at Grand Central Station, New York. Traveling west, we stopped at Roy Dale Hunt's "Dude Ranch." Out roping cattle were Roy Dale's able cowboys, Robert "Otto" Graham, Fred Marco, David Fike, and Hershal Stanley. Our last "State Side" stop was in Hollywood where playboys Mac Szy- mialis, Mike Latka and Mitchel Gresak were nonchalantly strolling across Hollywood on Vine St. pausing to look at Gloria Lowers, talented dancer and wife of Electrical Engineer, Glen Wells. Also found in Hollywood were seven Union High graduates serving as sec- retaries for stars. Hilda Furlene, who does all the clerical work for Boris Karloff while Mary Jean Straghan capably assists Peter Lorre. Nellie Mae Burke serves in the capacity of private stenographer to Gary Cooper. Norma Jean Burgess and Sue Ann Peters are now "Big Time" typists for Metro Gold- wyn Meyer, and told us about typing manuscripts submitted by Alice Nieber- gall and Mary Kleinedler. As we went on to Europe by air, we were hostessed by Ella May Kuhens, airline hostess and our first European stop was London, England, where we visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Tribett lDorothy Shuttlesworthl and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Vavrock lNancy Fullertonl and Mr. and Mrs. Petty Gandy lBlanche Sadalyl. These couples are "honeymooning" in this great city. Paris, France, our second stop, brought to light the activities of Stanley Chincheck and Bob Green. These one-time Unionites are participating as representatives of the U. S in the world wide sports carnival being held here. Flying on to the Orient we discovered Lt. James Provenzano, Brig. Gen. Robert J. Wagonhoffer and Capt. Donald Stewart, who are living a life of comparative leisure and looking forward to retirement time. We also discovered that Albert Martin, Anton Matesic, Milton Auth and Harry Bueke are enjoying civilian life in the For East. We then journeyed from China to Tokyo, Japan, where rebuilding Hiro Shima were the American Army Engineers. To our amazement we found Lt. Donald Haufe, Sgt. James Dellget, Cpl. George Byard, Pfc. Donald Buchannan,'Pfc. Dale Hathorn and Pfc. Wm. Skvarka, all of Union High School's class of 47A among this hardworking group. ln the wilds of Japan we found working among the heathen, Norma Andreas and Larry Williams, both missionaries. M010 QC? of IJAQ CAL55 0 I 7 CAM . . . 1 eniom Q00 'R O F F I C E R S Anton Mesfrovic-President Lois Jean Reidel-Treasurer Pauline Judge--Secretory Bob Bortsch--Vice-President of 1947 Betty Lou Anderson Prep. Cheer Leader, Spotlight Staff, Senior Play, National Honor So- ciety Robert Bartsch Voc. Pres. of Hi-Y, Baseball, V. Pres. - of Senior Class Charles Beecher Gen. Track, Football, Basketball Norma Virginia Andreas Corn. F. H. A. Mary Eileen Armstrong Com. Y-Teens, F. H. A. Donald Lee Buchanan Voc. Minstrel, Football, Chorus at , , 2 3+ C sr an y iiss' Josephine Marie Banaski Com. Y-Teens, F. H. A. George Albert Byard Voc. Minstrel John Anthony Canestraro Gen. Band, Minstrel Norma Jean Burgess Com. Library Assistant eniom Stanley John Chincheck Voc. Baseball, Minstrel, Track Nellie Mae Bruke . , , , Com. ff , if Library Assistant, Y-Teens t' 3,41 Regina Zadell Burley Prep. Teens, National Honor Society Robert Charles Coleman Voc. Band, Minstrel Kenneth Lee Davis Voc. I Q Hi-Y, Minstrel Chorus A Joan Lucille Cetkosky Q COVTI. if gl Y'-Teens, Messenger Staff, Chorus, Minstrel Angelo Samuel DeCrease Voc. Hi-Y, Minstrel, Basketball ft ,Q Q' , Roseann Cianfarani :rx Com. Ilf Y-Teens, G. A. A., Messenger, Spotlight Staff, Senior Play, F. H. A., Student Council, Na- A, 5 1 tional Honor Society A Gloria Fayne Coen Com. A ' Band, Messenger Staff, Y-Teens, ii .Y National Honor Society 4 Q ' , . James Henry Dellget ' . M Voc. A-cw X Hi-Y, Minstrel A Band, Student Council, G. A. A., F. H. A., Messenger Staff, Spot- light Staff, Chorus, Minstrel, Y- O! 1947 Helen Marie Danielson Prep. Y-Teens Gene Luther Elliott Voc. Band, Basketball, Football, Min- strel Chorus David Arlo Fike Voc. Minstrel Dolores Eloise Dawson Com. Y-Teens Wilhelmina Elschlager Gen. G. A. A., Library Assistant Jerry Henry Fisher Voc. . ss- . W 1 X ' Q Q . 5 . x X1 1. . xv KS-b , N ss. .,, l'f-.QS L . Qs? Xl xl 4 X ' x .R 1 Fl. Jeanette Mae Ellis Com. Band, Y-Teens Elmer William Gardner Prep. Hi-Y, Junior Play, William Frank Guldan Voc. Jennie Fallova Prac. Arts F. H. A., Y-Teens i Q? Chorus Donald Ray Haufe Prep. Basketball, l-li-Y, Messenger Staff, Spotlight Staff, Minstrel, Chorus, National Honor Society Mary Ann Gallagher Com. Editor of Mess., G. A. A., Junior Play, Band, Spotlight Staff, Y- Teens, National Honor Society Mabel Marie Graham Com. Y-Teens Dale Richard Haythorn Prep. Hi-Y, Minstrel, Messenger Staff, Football, Chorus, Senior Play eniom Robert! Edward Graham Com. Nancy Jean Fullerton Gen. Band, Minstrel, Y-Teens, Mess Staff Hilda Marie Furline Com. F. H. A., Y-Teens Robert William Green Voc. Football, Hi-Y, Minstrel Chorus Mitchell Henry Gresak Prep. Basketball, Football, Track Dolores Frances Gach Com. Spotlight Staff, Mess, Staff, Chorus, Y-Teens , if of 1947 Stella Helen Grombka Gen. Y-Teens Roy Dale Hunt Voc. Minstrel, Basketball Manager, Baseball, Hi-Y Joseph Kibert Voc. Hi-Y, Football, Minstrel, Baseball Theresa Jane Hughes Com. G. A. A. Pres., Student Council, Messenger Staff, Library Asst. National Honor Society Pauline Agnes Judge Gen. G. A. A., Y-Teens, Band, Drum Major, F. H. A., Student Council, Jr. Play, National Honor Society Bernard John Krizanek Voc. Hi-Y Mary Ann Kleinedler Com. F. l-l. A,, Library Asst., Y-Teens Willis Logston Voc. Student Council, Hi-Y, Football Minstrel Chorus John Fred Marco Voc. Minstrel, Football Virginia Theresa Klug Com. Band, Majorette, Teens A Nicholas Renzella Voc. Minstrel, Football Manager Gloria Lou Lowers Com. Y-Teens, Lib. Asst., Junior and Senior Play Gerry Lucas Prac. Arts, F. l-l. A. Carl Rakoskie Voc. endow Frank Mele Voc, Minstrel, Band Margaret Rose Kramer Com. F. H. A. Ella Mae Kuhens Gen. Y-Teens, F, H. A, Andy Mestrovic Prep. Minstrel, Junior and Senior Plays, Hi-Y, Track, N. A. S. S., Class Pres., Basketball, Student Coun- cil, Messenger and Spotlight Staffs, National Honor Society James Provenzane Voc. Minstrel, Track Joanne Lee Leeds Y-Teens Messenger Staff QQ: tj"--.1-' A K 1947 Daryl Virginia McGinnis Prep. Cheer Leader, Pres. of Y-Teens, Spot. Staff, Chorus, Student Council, Junior and Senior Play, Library Asst. Hershall Stanley Voc. Minstrel Donald Lee Stewart Voc. Minstrel Maisie Metz Com. G. A, A., Y-Teens, Chorus Deloris Moorehouse Com. Y-Teens, Cheer Leader, Senior Play, Spot. and Messenger Staff, National Honor Society Harry Storm Voc. Football, Minstrel Q! ig Q? 1 QW , i .1 K.. 1 -li -.'. .., , 'iw xl E:: 2 ' ,,,, ' J V A Esther Mae Morris Com. Y-Teens William Skvarka Voc. Minstrel, l-li-Y. Matthew Szymialis Prep. Basketball, N, A. S. S., Minstrel Senior Play, Messenger Staff Alice Louise Niebergall Prep. Spot. Staff, G, A. A,, Y-Teens 1 L1 A' - sl . ,, . .3 Q fr 5 3 'gif 4 -'U' O!! gl ' vo w ' 1 ff Glen Wells Voc. Hi-Y, Football, Track, Minstrel, Blanche Sadaly Com. G. A. A., Cheer Leoder, Y-Teens Roberta June Smith Gen. Y-Teens Don Wiseman Proc. Arts N. A. S. S., Pres. Freshman Class, Student Council, Hi-Y, Football, Basketball, Track, Junior Play, Minstrel, Student Council, Chorus eniom Richard Alvin Teagarden Gen. Bond, Senior Play Sue Ann Peters Com. Y-Teens Terry Ralbusky Com. Y-Teens, Messenger Staff Robert Joseph Wagenhoffer Voc, Hi-Y, Senior Play, Minstrel Thomas Welch Lois Prep. Track, Football, Minstrel, Jr Play, Chorus Jean Riedel Com. G. A. A., Y-Teens, Student Coun cil, Messenger Staff, Librory As sistont, Senior Treasurer. 1 NOT PICTURED- Howard Lee Lemons General Hi-Y John Bill McAninch General 1 8lfLL0l"fl Dorothy Shuttlesworth Com. I G. A. A., Y-Teens Junior Play , Cheer Leader, Mary Jean Straghn Com, Dorothy Supan Com. Library Assistant Margaret Ann Svrcek Gen. Y-Teens Kathryn Ellen Webb Prep. Y-Teens, G. A. A., Band Mess. Staff, Chorus, National Honor Society Nancy Ellen Wilson Prep. Y-Teens, G. A. A., Lib. Asst. Senior Play, National Honor So ciety Football, Minstrel, Spotlight Staff, National Honory Society, Swimming Team, Hi-Y, United States Navy Charles Fred Oser Vocational Football, Basketball, Baseball, Minstrel, United States Navy George Tribett General Uni ted Sta tes Lawrence Williams Vocational Victory Corp., Navy Minstrel, Basket- ball, United States Navy I mmf mack jAem Betty Lou Anderson Norma Andreas ......... Eileen Armstrong ....... Josephine Banaski .... Bob Bartsch .....,....A Charles Beecher .....,... Donald Buchanan ...... Jean Burgess ....,. Nellie Burke ....,.,. Regina Burley ......... Johnny Canestraro... Joan Cetkosky ......... Stanley Chincheck .,.,... Roseann Cianforani ,,.,. Fayne Coen ............ Robert Coleman ,...... Helen Danielson ...... Dolores Dawson ...... Angleo DeCrease ....... ........ James Dellget ..,..... Gene Elliott ....... Jeanette Ellis ....... Willa Elschlager ...,., Jerry Fisher ............ Nancy Fullerton ...... Dolores Gach ................ Mary Ann Gallagher Elmer Gardner ......... Emil Gongola ....,.. Mabel Graham ...... Robert Graham .....,. Bob Greens .......,..... Mitchell Gresak ...,.,,. Stella Grombka ....... Don Haute ....,....,. Dale Haythorn ....... 6LIfVL0lfL.'5 .......Her eyes ..........Corrots ......Her temper ........Boxing ...................Boxing ........Warwood game .....,Brilliant remarks ......,.......Dimples F. W. .....Q.A.Questions ......His orchestra ............Henry .......,,,.Pitching ...,....Senior Play .,...........Giggles ....,......Trombone ........Her questions Wit His gracious manner ......................Singing Would-be boyfriends .s.,...Red hair ..,....Minstrels ,......Her hair ...,......,..Johnny ....,...Shy manner ........,...Sports ...i....Boyer manner ..............Fighting ......Speed .............Marg .......Personality ...,.....Heaghfii mai Wcwfe .jlaem Page Henderson ...... Theresa Hughes ......... Roy Dale Hung ......, Pauline Judge ....... Joe Kibert ............ I ........ Mary Ann Kliendler ........ ....... , ....... Virginia Klug .............. .... Bernard Krizanek ....... Joanne Leeds ....... Willis Logston ......... Gloria Lowers ....... Fred Marco ....... Daryl McGinnis ,...... Frank Mele .......... Anton Mestrovic ...... Maisie Metz ........v..... Deloris Moorehouse ....... Esther Morris .....,..... Alice Niebergall ......... Sue Ann Peters ..,..... Nick Renzella ........ Lois Jean Reidel ...... Blanche Sadaly ................. Dorothy Shuttlesworth ......... Don Stewart .............,...... Dorothy Supan ........ Margaret Svrcek ......,. Mac Szymialis ....., Alvin Tegarden ..... Kathryn Webb ........ Thomas Welch ......... Glen Wells ,,.....,. Don Wiseman ...... 6'LlfVL0lfL.'J ......,.Dark eyes .............Good nature H is Sweet Potato ....,.......,...Her face ,......His face ..........Giggles ....,....Maiorette .....w....SiIence ...............Don .........His smile .................Glen car ,........Sophistication ..............Trumpet ..,..Straight "A's" ..,,............Singing .....,.Aggressiveness Wit Reserved manner ..............Being late ..........Minstrels ......Her waistline .,....Friendliness .......George ..,...Singing .,,......l'leighth .......5tell car .Pauline's shadow ......................Latin ,...,..Gift of gab ..,....,..,....Gloria ,,,..,.Bashful grin I vmiolf CAM mm 'o President .... ,.....,,... H enry Crebs Vice-Pres. .. .,......,... Henry Fabrizio Sec.-Trees. ..,.,.... Dolores Gongolo Carl Baum Lois Bohlrnann George Bartolovic Mildred Bom Margaret Bozicevich Harry Brubaker Andy Bruner Doris Burskey Joan Chison Paul Cisar Charles Conners Henry Crebs Gloris De-Crease William Deegan Nello DiCocc0 Henry Fabrizio Mike Fallova Betty Frank Dolores Gongolo Jim Hamm PegQY Hawkins Rose Hegedus Bill Hicks Jean Hill Eileen Hossman Jack Hossmcn Eileen Jablonski Kathryn Patty James Nancy Keene Kathleen Keller Kerwood Vincent Kowalsky Mary Ku Joanne Kronenberger Rosemary Krupica Steve Kudlak relac Mary Margaret Lightner Norman Logston Arthur Loy Gary Marchione zfmiom zfmiom 1'- f ,af 4? Donald Marple Nancy Marple Eva Martino Nettie Martino Dorothy Modlinski Jerry Moncman Garnet Morris Marcella Morris Herman Muldrew Dolores Myers Robert Myers Joan McCardle Martin McCormick Frances McGlumphy William Okel Ruth Olson Betty Orndoff Betty Palusek Betty Postorius Joe Pavelka Mary Lou Phipps Mary Prascik Nancy Rial William Rider Jo Ann Ritter Kathleen Robbins George Rykoskey Nancy Saffle Robert Saligo Jack Schrumpt Edwin Shepard William Shilts Charles Siburt Charles Sine John Skvarka June Slonaker Bob Smith Patricia Specht Betty Stewart Nellie Swartz Juanita Teagarden Elmer Trubiano Geraldine Ullum George Visnic June Wagenhatter 52 CWM 1 I l Z f 1 xxwbv ,Q , iq? ,av , . , , fy Ummm President .,...........A. ...,.... John Moizer Vice-President ......,.,.....,. Rudy Podulo Sec.-Treos ......,.. Mory Catherine Holly CSZIO 0l0fLOI"8:5 Robert Auth John Banaski Betty Bannister Phyllis Barker William Becker Bob Bartlett Ella Mae Bartrug William Blake Rose Branchette Lois Jean Butts Mary Virginia Brotcheck Charles Campbell Rex Carpenter Virginia Catlett Virginia Chalk Ruth Chisan Frank Cetkosky Nancy Coffman Ellen Cianforani Forrest Criswell Betty Jane Craig Jean Cunningham Violet DePriest Jacqueline Fazzaro Betty Gellner Kenneth Gatewaod Anthony Gongola Ann Gresko Mary Catherine Holly Joan Jochum Phyllis Jochum Jimmy Hassman Ronald Kasserman Harry Keller Margaret Kleindler Robert Kostello Neltje Kettlewell Elizabeth Kramer Dolores Lucas Timothy Lucey Rachel Martin Lucille Mazella Leroy McCann Betty McSwords John Mojzer Doris Mrzlak Sam Lois Oser Mumley Peggy Myers Jo Ann Neidermyer Betty Oliver Rudy Padula Stephanie Paluga Bill Pasko Roberta Porterfield Helen Pawanda Hannah Redford Amel Rubcich Bob Shilts William Shuttlesworth Carol Sivard Ray Sloan Jo Ann Thomas ----' Richard Tribett Kenny Trussell Joanna Vani John Warsinsky Charles Webb Dolores Wells Mary Lou Wells Margaret Williams Mildred Wilson Arthur Woryck Edward Woryck LSZIQ 'LOWLOIf'QfJ XiZlf'8:5AWL6LlfL CALM W. ' f A mm President ....,,.. ..,,..... B ill Kern Vice-Pres. ............. Bob Barker Sec. Trees, ,.v...... Nancy McElroy Mima Albaugh Francis Aprea Robert Barker Martha Becker Beulah Barnett Martha Bartolovic Helen Beeman Edith Belleville Bob Bonar Charles Berlitch Betty Jean Bertrand James Castilow Harold Catlett Stanley Chlon Phyliss Cliser Margaret Coleman Nelson Cunningham Earl Betty Deegan Daugherty Wanda Dawson Robert DeCola Donald Dellget Elinor Ellis Helen Finking Eugene Finnigan Patricia Garvonic Edwin Gayda Jerome Gresak Joan Grover Joan Haufe James Henderson Harry Higgs Wilds Hill Dennis Hull Anna Lee Holly Mary Helen Horn Robert Hunt Dolores Kolwalesky Magdalene Krizanek Annie Kurelac cjZl"8fJAI'l'L8lfL W g 3 'F .Lp W: an ,,, ,ag 2 Ill ' it if 4? :K 3-13512 gli V x.,.X .. '13 5 N ,f mx F- MQ, ,iw x ,f VN k YM .V tl xii A nw f""l"f il ff R if sf " if . , t k , X , 5 K 6 ' ' Mi, ' S 5355 as EQ -R N K , Q, it -' 'Q ,, - 4' . 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A W N1 v M1921 K, xN E 3, ff-3 'U 5' 1. - K? . Q QQW M . ,fgclfiuifiw Every journey of any length grows very tiresome without a "break" once in a while. So, in our journey along the route of education, book-learnin' gives place to various pleasant "breaks" as welcome as the traditional "seventh-inning stretch," in a baseball game, or the "pause that refreshes" at any of the various high school "hangouts". ln the school day itself, regular and special assemblies, a 'thuse for the Big Game, plans for parties, Hi-Y, Girls Club, Future Home-Makers and Girls Athletic Association meetings, give welcome relief from Battles of the Civil War, Chemistry Formulas, Bio- logical Terms, Latin Verbs and that dear Short- hand! Turn the following pages and see pictured some of the "doin's" dear to our hearts. .xgclfiuilfied 0 0 I CMJ o 0 e w J C4545 0 Q lm Formerly known as the Girl Reserves, the Y-Teens is one of the most active organizations in high school. Y-Teens is derived from Y. W. C. A. with which this club is connected. Book reviews, swimming meets, semi-formal tea parties, and an inspiring initiation by candlelight are but a few of the activi- ties included on their i947 social calendar. Having the largest membership of any club, the Y-Teens have as their advisers Miss Margaret Ann Lane, Mrs. Leila Tipton and Miss Margaret Poiley. Officers for this year are: President ................................................ Daryl McGinnis Vice President ..... ...... N ancy Wilson Secretary ........ ..... K athryn Webb Treasurer ..... ...... M ildred Wilson FIRST ROW-Betty Palusek, Mary Lou Phipps, Maiguerite Williams, Lois Oser, Mrs. Tipton, Miss Polley, Miss Lane, Rosemary Krupica, Beryl Sigler, June Wagenhoffer. SECOND ROW-Deloris Moorehouse, Mary Ann Gallagher, Pauline Judge, Nancy Saffle, Nancy Keene, Joan Ritter, Roberta Gallagher, Dona Jean Lucas, Joanne Thomas. THIRD ROW-Dolores Kowalsky, Dorothy Modlinski, Helen Finking, Ellen Cianforani, Joan Grover, Nancy McElroy, Mary Prettyman, Phyllis Barker, Mary Lou Wells, Dolores Myers. FOURTH ROW-Mima Albaugh, Betty Starkey, Ella Mae Bartrug, Peggy Myers, Roberta Portertield, Ann Gresko, Tressa Ralbusky, Mary Virginia Brofcheck, FIRST ROW-Betty Craig, Kathryn Webb, Betty Anderson, Nancy Wilson, Daryl McGinnis, Mildred Wilson, Dolores Lucas, Ella Mae Kuhens, Peggy Hawkins. SECOND ROW-Ruth Olson, Dolores Gongola, Wanda Dawson, Regina Burley, Roseann Cian- torani, Joan Jochum, Pat Garvonic, Martha Hall. THIRD ROW-Dorothy Muldrew, Roberta McCardle, Lois Reidel, Helen Thompson, Eileen Hossman, Nancy Marple, Juanity Teagarden, Doris Bursky, Jennie Fallova. FOURTH ROW-Nellie Schwartz, Roberta Tomlinson, Joan Haute, Shirley Bowen, Pat Specht, Nancy Rial, Roberta Smith, Gerry Ullum, Elinor Ellis. CMJ W vw 54,45 v Q J The newly organized club of l946, Future Homemakers of America continued to progress considerably through the efforts of Mrs. Edna Crow, home economics instructor. Selecting red and white as their club colors, the girls wear white sweaters with red emblems for identification. Activities furthering the advancements of the club has increased membership within the organization. Qualifications require a member to have had at least one year of home economics. LEFT TO RIGHT-First Row--Betty Jane Craig, Shirley Bowen, Lois Bolhmin, Regina Burley, Peggy Meyers, Mrs. Crow, Mary Prettyman, Pauline Judge, Roseann Cian- farani, Josephine Banclski. SECOND ROW-Joan McCardle, Dolores Wells, Betty Lou Oliver, Phyllis Ann Barker, Mary Lou Wells, Rachel Ann Martin, Gerry Lucas, JoAnn Thomas, Nancy Keene, Joan Chison, Doris Burskey, Helen Powanda, Phyllis Jochum, Carol Sivard, Jenny Fallova, Ellen Cianfarani, Roberta Porterfield, Violet Depriest, Margureite Williams, Mildred Wilson, Ella Mae Bartrug, Nancy Coffman, and Ella Mae Kuhens. lfmior Q 6055 Because of their inability to obtain an adviser, the Junior Red Cross were unable to resume their year's activities. FIRST ROW--Dolores Lucas, Peggy Meyers, Phyllis Jochum, Lois Oser. SECOND ROW-Ruth Chison, Ellen Cianferni, Phyllis Ann Barker, Marguerite Wil- liams, Violet DePriest, Mary Lou Wells. THIRD ROW-Jackie Fazzrio, Jo Ann Jochum, Betty Jane Craig. FOURTH ROW-Ella Mae Bartrug, Dolores Wells, Betty Lou Oliver. CM CM Og ra .A5i5fanf5 Under the supervision of Miss Margaret Polley, new librarian, student assistants were kept busy with the job of keeping the library in an orderly arrangement, looking after magazines, checking books, and arranging books. To equip the library with timely literature, fines were assessed on overdue books. Nancy Wilson, Wilda Elschlager, Eileen Armstrong, Jean Burgess, Miss Polley, Flor- ence Stern, Mildred Bom, Nancy Saffle, Theresa Hughes. Swflgif SM Headlines and deadlines, headaches, and heartaches, all combined to attain the same achievement-that of obtaining "first and select honors" in the Nation and State News Contest, respectively. Sponsoring dances and selling pens, soliciting ads were but part of the means of financing the "Spot- light". With five juniors and ten seniors comprising the staff, the school paper was published eight times during the year. STANDING-Norman Logston, Mary A. Gallagher, Dolores Moorehouse, Juanita Teaaarden, Miss Goodwin, Joan McCardle, Rose A. Cianfarani, Regina Burley, Jack Schrumpf. SEATELJ-John McAninch, Dolores Myers, Daryl McGinnis, Betty Lou Anderson, Donald Haute, Andy Mestrovic. CM Q I I CM 44 Y One of the most popular activities within the school is the G. A. A.- GirI's Athletic Association. ln this selective group, membership is based on the athletic and scholastic abilities of the individual. The most distinguishing characteristics of this organization is their colorful red, white and blue jack- ets. These vivacious girls have taken part in basketball games and swimming meets with G. A. A. organizations of neighboring schools as well as joint meet- ings with the Hi-Y. The coaching staff is: Theresa Hughes, President, Nancy Wilson, Vice-President, Rosemary Krupica, Secretary, Betty Frank, Trea- surer, Dorothy Shuttlesworth, Corresponding Secretary. FIRST ROW-Mary Ann Gallagher, Mary C. Holly, Rachel Martin, Joan Jochum, Betty Frank, Rosemary Krupica, Mrs. Wiseman, Theresa Hughes, Nancy Wilson, Dorothy Shuttlesworth, Kathryn Webb, Lois Reidel. SECOND ROW-Dolores Gongola, Nancy Marple, June Wagenhoffer, Dolores Lucas, Willa Elschlager, Mildred Wilson, Lois Oser. Nancy Rial, Pauline Judge, Pat Specht, Regina Burley, Roseann Cianforani, Joanna Vani, Eileen Hossman, Phyllis Jochum. Jw Fulfilling their pledge of creating, maintaining, and extending through- out the school and community high standards of Christian character through clean speech, clean scholarship, clean athletics, and clean living is the goal of each of the Hi-Y members. Activities consisted of basketball games, joint meetings with the G. A. A. and F. H. A., swimming meets and the spon- soring of dances in the gym. Officers for the current year are Bob Bartsch, President, Willis Logston, Vice-President, Andy Mestrovic, Secretary-Trea- surer, and Mr. Eldron Suter, Advisor. FIRST ROW-Kenneth Gatewood, John Moizer, Jimmy Hamm, Bob Bartlett, Arthur Worcyk, Bob Shilts, Charles Webb, Leroy McCann. SECOND ROW-Mr. Craig, Mr. Wiseman, Miss Goodwin, Andy Mestrovic, Bob Bartsch, Willis Logston, Mrs. Fahrion, Mr. Brindley, Mr. Pastorius. THIRD ROW-Dale Haythorn, William Skvarka, Kenneth Davis, Bob Wagenhoffer, Joe Pavelka, Don Haufe, Mr. Suter, Bob Green, Elmer Gardner, Norman Logston, Carl Baum, Glen Wells, Gary Marchione. 46 egilzfacfenf Gmac! TX.. FIRST ROW-George Visnic, Henry Crebs, Jack Schrumpf, Andy Mestrovic, Bill Rider, John Mojzer, Bill Kerns, Bob Green. Mr. Wiseman, Theresa Hughes, Nancy Rial, Regina Burley. Aiding in the internal administration ot the school, unifying student organizations, promoting general acti- vities, and developing democratic responsibilities, these have been the main interests of thhe Student Council. Acting as advisor, Mr. Wiseman has devoted much at- tention to this organization. Administrative personnel are: President .... ...... E dwin Shepard Vice-Pres, .... .... A ndy Mestrovic Sec, Treas A... ,,,,.. D olores Gongola SECOND ROWiJoanne Thomas, Buelah Barnett, Dolores Gongola, Daryl McGinnis, Si V ,S Q, fs' 15 if' A K iw fi' i if agifyf J Q A - ax .K J ' 2 1 , J' rim if 'Rv Wh' qi av . ,Q N gg Q av. xi X xiii QNQXSE5 Q -KJ? . Q Q is M Q . X, Xa 1 Ke , 4 Uv nv , . .1-'f gl? 39+ .fy gs Aw 4 . ,V 2 be , ,.., X X 5' Q, ,M 4, xg 9, ZZW! MEMBERS OF THE BAND DRUMS+Dolores Wells, Joe Pavelka, Gene Elliott, Alvin Teagarden, Nancy Fullerton. SAXOPHONE-Robert Myers, Bill Rider, Kathryn Webb, Andy Zien. FRENCH HORN-Eileen Willison. SYMBOLS-Wanda Davis. CLARINET-Jack Schrumpf, Edwin Shephard, Sam Mumley, Jeanette Ellis, Mary Ann Galagher, Buelah Barnett, Eugene Finnegan. TRUMPET-John Moizer, Harry Brubaker, Pat Spect, John Canestarano, Frank Mele, Bill Shuttleworth, Martha Bartolovic. TROMBONE-Robert Coleman, Bob Shilts, Regina Burley. Although camparatively small in number to the bands of previous years, this ambitious combination of music makers has participated actively in assemblies, concerts, football games and parades. Mr. Walter Polley-his first year at baton waving since his return from the Army-deserves worthy praise for the organization and direction of the 3l members. CAOPUL5 FIRST ROW4Nancy Rial, Juanita Crow, Betty Jane Craig, Gerry Ullum, Nancy Marple, Roberta Gallagher, Nancy McElroy, Joan Haute, Joanne Kronenberger, Peggy Hawkins, Beryl ' ' B IG d ' Sigler, Helen Thompson, Miss ery oo win. SECOND ROW-Ruth Olson, Margaret Coleman, Betty Frank, Helen Finking, Marguerite Williams Violet DePriest, .loan Jochum, Eileen l-lossman, Wanda Dawson, Betty Starkey, Betty Dee-gan, Joan Mulroy, Mima Albaugh, Under the capable direction of Miss Beryl Goodwin, the girls' chorus tor the first time has been added to the high school curriculum. Consisting of twenty-tour girls from freshman, sophomore and junior classes, these girls have practiced daily to be one ofthe best choral groups ever in Union. Among their activities were assemblies, parties, the Junior Class musical comedy and Commencement. QQQVAQJQVJ LEFT TO RIGHT-Daryl McGinnis, Deloris Moorehouse Bla h S d l , nc e a a y, Dorothy Shuttlesworth, Betty Anderson, Dolores Myers. Original cheers, distinctive uniforms, and that vivacious "Let's give a Union locomotive" are all characteristics of this year's cheerleading group. Winners of the l946 Sectional Cheering Trophy, these girls have cheered victories and losses throughout the year. Daryl McGinnis head cheerleader deserves praise as she ends her fourth and final year of cheering. Included in the senior class, Deloris Moorehouse, Blanche Sadaly, Betty Anderson and Dorothy Shuttlesworth rate a "thank you" for a job well done. Heading the cheerleading group of next year, Dolores Myers will continue to carry on the good work she has done thus far. Having worked together for three years, these lassies have set quite a mark for future cheerleaders to reach. Cm Arthur E. Jones Head Coach Irvin Barnett Assistant Coach ea " l Returning from the army Arthur "Butch" Jones resumed his duties as head coach ot Union. "Butch" is a graduate of Union where he was an outstanding athlete, achieving the all-state mythical eleven in '3l. ln '39 Mr, Jones was appointed assistant coach and in l943 he succeed- ed Mr. Howell as head coach until l944 when he was inducted into the service. Under his direction the lronmen have shown marked im- provement in all phases of athletics. Irvin Barnett assumed responsibility as assistant coach early in the basketball season, filling the vacancy created by John Kurlinskie. Hailing from Sandusky, Ohio, Mr. Barnett previously played with the University of Tennessee and is now connected with the Valan Contractors of Wheeling. "lrv" has proved a valuable asset to Mr. Jones in working with the basketball and track teams. ZZOMM LEFT TO RIGHT-Wells, Kerns, Trubiano, Mason, Beecher, Oser, Kibert, J. Gongolo, Kas- serman, E. Gongola, Green, Crebs. Although they started slow, this year's grid squad was considered one of the best in the district. All games were well attended and each displayed the manifest ability of the lronmen on both offense and defense. Tying Moundsville in the final game of the season was the crowning glory of all games played. Adding to the honors given the Ironmen, Martin Mason and Bob Green were named on the O.V.A.C. Class A team with Emil Gongola and Glen Wells awarded honorable mention on this squad. Losing only four con- tests of eleven is truly admirable because this was Mr. Jones' first year of coaching since he returned from the service. ' ' joofgaf Qmgfa--79476 4 Wins-3 Ties-4 Losses We They Triadelphia ...... .... 6 l3 Martins Ferry ..... ,... 2 6 Central ..V..,...e . . O O Bellaire 7 Zl Cameron .... .... 4 6 7 Follansbee ........... .... O O Wheeling ..,..,.......... .... 6 8 New Cumberland .,..,,. .... 2 5 O Warwood ..,......,.,.,.. Y,.. 2 5 O St. John .,....... .,.. 4 O O Moundsville .,.... .e,. 6 6 Although they started slow, this year's grid squad was considered one of the best in the district. All games were well attended and each displayed the manifest ability of the lronmen on both offense and defense. Tying Moundsville in the final game of the season was the crowning glory of all games played. Adding to the honors given the lronmen, Martin Mason and Bob Green were named on the O. V. A. C. Class A team with Emil Gongola and Glen Wells awarded honorable mention on this squad. Losing only four contests of eleven is truly admirable because this was Mr. Jones' first year of coaching since he returned from the service. joofgaf 7 5211 for Ogzffernz vu Mo rtin Moson-Guo rd Robert Green-Tackle Glen Wells-End Joe Kibert-Center Harry Storm-Center Don Wiseman-End Fred Marco-Back C7!2tt8l"lflfLQlfL .Sill for oZZ?ft0l'l'llL'll' Joe Gongolo-Fullbock Emil Gongolo-Holfbock Fred Oser-Quo rterbcmck Mitchell Gresok-Holfbock Cho rles Beecher-Quo rterbock Albert Stendo-Holfbock Nick Renzello-Mcnoger lgtrfggfgbl ff "Sectional Champs" was the title earned by the Union lronmen during the basketball season this year. The team started off with a "bang" and went through ten games undefeated. Andy Mestrovic made the all-stote team this year and Fred Oser and Don Wiseman made the all-sectional and Oser made the all- regional team. The lronmen basketeers breezed through the sectional tourna- ment in Wheeling and were defeated on an off-night by Parkersburg in their first game of the regional fray. Members of the first team for the season were Andy Mestrovic, centerj Don Wiseman and Fred Oser, guardsj and Don Haufe and George Visnic, forwards. 1' I 0 0 ff?MLQfM fQ47 gyifion of figaafelfgoaf flaw FIRST ROW-Don Wise-mon, Fred Oser, Anton Mestrovic, Donald Houfe, George Visnic, Poul Cisor. BACK ROW-Emil Rubich, Anthony Gongolo, Mothew Smiolis, Chorles Beecher, Edword Spisich, Emil Gongolo. Dec. I7 Jan. IO I4 I6 I7 2I 2I 28 3I Feb. 5 II I4 I8 20 22 25 March gwgefga ff SZAQJML '46-'47 COURT RESULTS I5 Wins-4 Losses They We 35 5 I Sherrard ..... ...... Follansbee ...... ...... 4 9 6I Moundsville ..... ...... 3 5 59 Cameron ..... ...... 2 O 76 Wheeling ...... ...... 3 4 48 Triadelphia ....... ...... 4 7 60 St. John's ...... ...... 3 4 46 Sistersville ...... ...... 4 5 6I Warwood ...... ...... 4 O 54 Moundsville ..... ...... 5 4 35 Wheeling ...... ...... 4 4 52 Belliare ............. ...... 6 9 76 Martins Ferry ...... ......... 4 5 5I Steubenville C. .... ...... 5 8 5I West Liberty ...... ...... 3 4 66 Bethany ........... ...... 5 6 59 Central .......... ....., 6 2 56 Wellsburg ...... ...... 5 5 5I Warwood ........ ...... 5 2 65 Sectional Tournament I West Liberty ...,................ 34 77 7 Wheeling .......... ...... 5 O 54 8 Triadelphia ,..................... 40 45 Regional Tournament March I3 Parkersburg ..................,... 72 67 ronmen ,Qu .fgcfion gwlefdaf Don Haufe Forward Fred Oser Forward Andy Mestrovic Center George Visnic Guard Don Wiseman Guard OZQtf8I"lflfL8lfL Emil Gongola Forwo rd Eddie Spisich Guo rd Paul Cisar Forward Mac Szymialis Center Charles Beecher Guo rd 62 me 0 0 LEFT TO RIGHT-Beecher, Gresak, Wiseman, Rider, Fabrizio, Marple, Padulo. Lacking in quantity but not quality the "Orange and Blue" track squad have displayed their talents at such large meets as the Intelligencer Relays, the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Meet, the Sectional Meet and numerous dual matches this spring. Ably coached and trained by Coach Barnett, the lronmen have pulled down a number of first, second, and third places in their limited events. AO-- Name Andreas, Norma .......... Anderson, Betty ............ Armstrong, Eileen ........ Bonoski, Josephine ...... Beecher, Charles .... Bartsch, Robert ..... ..... Burley, Regina ....... Burke, Nellie ................ Burgess, Jean ................ Buchannan, Donald ...... Bya rd, George ....... Canestraro, John ...... A... Coen, Fayne ......,.... Cetkosky, Joan .........,.... Coleman, Robert .......... Chincheck, Stanley ...... Cianfarani, Roseann Dellget, James .............. Davis, Kenneth ........ DeCrease, Angelo ........ Dawson, Delores ...... Elliott, Gene ....,........... Elschlager, Willa .......... Ellis, Jeanette ....... Furlene, Hilda ....... Fullerton, Nancy .......... Finnegan, Rose M. Fisher, Jerry ...... Fike, David ........ Fallova, Jenny ....... Gresak, Mitchell ...... Gallagher, Mary Ann Gach, Delores ...,............ Gongola, Emil .....,. Gongola, Joe ................ Goulden, William .... Grombka, Stella ............ Green, Bob ......,...... Graham, Robert ,.... Graham, Mabel ..... Gardner, Elmer ..... Hunt, Roy Dale ..... Hughes, Theresa .......... Haythorn, Dale ..... Haufe, Donald ...,,.. Judge, Pauline ....... Kibert, Joe ................ Klienedler, Mary Ann .... Pet Saying Got A Carrot ......... .... Where's Andy ....,.. ,... l'm Gonna Flunk .......... Oh Gee ................... A... Birds ........,......... Cold Be ........... Gee .................... All Very Dumb ....... .... Be Still .............,. .... You Don't Say ..,.... .... Don't Believe You Sampson ............... I Just Saw Jim .,..... .... Henry ............. Nuts ............. You're Out ....... Oh Gee ...... Yeah .......... Gee Whiz .............. .... Hello There .................. Get Off My Back .......... Heck .................. Holy Kanarsi ....... Horse Feathers ....... .... You Know ........ l'm Lonesome .... Oh Yeah ............ Moo Moo ..,.... Beats Me ............ Gee ....................... .... So That's A Fact .......... l'm Hungry ........... .... Did The Bell mg Don t Know ........... .... Don't Know ........ I m Tired ............... .... Where's Marg .............. Might Say Gee Boy ...... l don't Know ................ Oh Brother ............ .... That's For Sure .,... .... Want To Dance ..... .... ls That Right ...... Gee Whiz ..,.. Nuts ............... Jimney .,..........,... Want To Neck ....,.. .... Pip Pip ...........,..... .... Mai-- Am -- Hobby Carrots ............... ...... Andy ....... ...... ...... Dancing ...... ...... Dancing ...... Sports ..... Boxing ,.,.. ...,.. Studying ...................... Dancing ........................ Eating Potato Chips ...... Mary Lou ...................... Loafing ...... ...... Music ..... ...... Jzm ............. ...... Henry .............. ...... Chasing Alice ..... ....,. Baseball ............ Being Tardy .................. Making lce Cream ...... Loafing ........................ Singing ........... ...... Wolfing ............ ...... Playing Drums ..... ....., Dancing ...................... Eating .......................... Borrowing Homework .... Dreaming About Bern .... Talking ...................,.... Milking Cows .....A........ Loafing ..........,............. Collecting Pictures ...,.. Coming To School Late.. Johnny .......................... Being Tardy A..... ...... Sports ...,,........ ..,... Sports .......... ...... Loafing ...... ....., Dancing .,.... ...... Football ....., ....., Wolfing ...... ...... Shows ....... ...... Blushing ...................... Dancing ..........,..........,.. Drinking Milkshakes .... Collecting Stamps ........ Basketball .................... Twirling ............... ...... Necking ...... ...... Skating ...... ...... AGI? Can Be Found Chimney Corner With Andy Eating With Bob Home In The Halls Reily's Home Worrying Moundsville With Mary Lou With Bill City Restaurant Talking To Jim With Henry Park Bench Black Diamond Couldn't Tony Babes Car Barn Hill Side Wolfing Car Barn Reily's Joseph's Copying Talking Talking Bart's Milking Cows Bogg's Run Bonar's Room With Johnny Roller Rink Around Any Place Tony Babes With Marg. Fighting Wolfing Murphy's Behind His Specks Dancing Can't Sherrard Lizzie'S Chimney Corner Reily's Virginia's House A0 Name Krizanik, Bernaia .. Kuhens, Ella Mae .... Klug, Virginia ...... Lakta, Mike .....,.A.. Lemon, Howard ...... Leeds, Joanne ...... Logston, Willis ....A. Lowers, Gloria ...... Lucas, Gerry ,,..,... McGinnis, Daryl .... Morris, Esther ...... Marco, Fred ....... Mason, Martin ...... Mestrovic, Andy .... Mele, Frank .,.,.,,... Metz, Maisie ........,. Moorehouse, Deloris Niebergall, Alice ..., Oser, Fred .....,...... Peters, Sue Ann ...... Provenzano, James Ralbusky, Terry ...... Riedel, Lois Jean .... Rakoskie, Carl .,,..... Shuttlesworth, Dot. Skvarka, Bill .,....,.., Stanley, Hershal .... Smith, Roberta .,.. Stewart, Donald ...... Storm, Hap .................. Straghan, Mary Jean .,..,. Supan, Dorothy ............ Svrcek, Margaret .......... Szymialis, Max ...... Sadaly, Blanche ............ Teagarden, Alvin .....,.... Tribett, George ...... Wagenhoffer, Bob .......A Webb, Kathryn ............ Welch, Tom ....,..... Wells, Glen ....... Wilson, Nancy ....., Williams, Larry ..,......,.. Wiseman, Don ...... Wax - Pet Saying Yeah ..................... Slick Chick ..... Pip Pip ................ Throw Him Out ....... What's That ...... Where's Fayne ....... Hey .................... Oh Get Out ..... O Heck ........ Jeepers ..... Kittens ..... Hot Dog ........... Hey ....................... Good Heavens ....,.. Hon ................,... O My ............ O My Golly ,A.,,,. You Know lt ........ Gosh Gee ...... O My A.,.s....,........ l'm Sleepy ............. Gee Whiz Myrtle ...,...... l'm Cold ............... O Yea ....... George ....... l'm Tired ...... Beats Me ....................- . What Ya Doing ............ Ach Two Three Four How About That ,......... Hey You ............... Your Kidding .,.... Where's Stella ....,,. You Know lt Too .......... Petty ................... . Pol ly 32R ...... Gravel .......... Simnie Twe ........ Gee Whiz ............v.. That's The Truth ..... See You Tonight .......... l'm Hungry .....,..... O My ...............,.. Pickle Head ..... A811 Hobby Studying .......... Bill .....,........ Dancing ............ Being Ta rdy ...... Pesteri ng People Dancing ..........,.,... Wolfing ...... Glen ......... Dancing ...... Chuck .....,.. Hershal .......,. Automobiles .... Sports ......,.... Basketball ,.,.. Trumpet .... Dancing ..,... Design i ng ..,,.,. Records ...... Dolores ...,.... Sleeping .,.,.. Loafing ...... Eating ..... Dancing ...,.. Loafing .,.... George ..... Loafing ...... Skating ...... Traveling ....... Singing ...... Mechanic ....... Eating ........ Studying ..., Dancing ...... Red Shoes ...,. Petty .......... Pauline ...... Dot. ........ . Eating ........ Howard Bragging .... Gloria ..... Eating ..... Bragging ,... Sports ..... Am Can Be Found Hunting McMechen Mansion Around Here and There With Fayne Chimney Corner With Glen Vets Ba rt's Next Door City Restaurant D.A.V. Near Basketball Court Annabell's House Show Bart's Chimney Corner With Delores Home Around Benwood Show Reily's With George Loafing Roller Rink Home Bart's In Halls With Pitfle East Wheeling Home With Stella Sleeping Show High Street With Dorothy Zip lnn Church You Can't Bessimer Street Home Home Ohio Valley Hospital 65 OM 57W MQ jim ' ' jeafwred This is the Twentieth Century-age of glamour, rapid movement, change and specialization. Of course Union has its special people, parties, and programs. To briefly mention some of them, there are the traditional "leading man" and "leading lady," outstanding in ability, personality, and general attractiveness among our school family, the productions by the future Kathryn Cornells and Maurice Evans' who present the Junior and Senior Class Plays, a feature of the year, the Shop Minstrel, when the future welders, boiler-makers, mechanical and electrical engineers, and general all-around utility men, step out with a show that has come to be an eagerly awaited event. Of course THE SOCIAL EVENT is the Junior Senior Prom, when beautiful maidens and gallant cavaliers look their most glam- orous, while music, flowers, soft lights, romance, ahl ---- words fail us! There is also a more serious feature of our activities, proof that brains count as well as beauty, our National Honor Society. To this organization, Seniors who show leadership in school life gener- ally, as well as scholastic ability, look with hope of being elected for membership. So look at the various activities described as Features, and it's easy to understand how these various activities help make our journey on The Educational Railroad truly the Grand Tour during the "best years of our lives." f ' mon Oda in an Active in all phases of school life, Anton Mestrovic is chosen awarded The honor of Union High SchooI's Leading Man in 1947. mon La in? lady I C 5' ii is Pauline Judge attains the coveted honor of being voted Leading Lady of the Class of 1947. i xggnior P4-,Ly Jflfnior PAL? emor pfay Director, Harry Craig Lights, curtains, action and hush falls over the audience and on goes the senior play, a three-act comedy pertaining to taking a girl's mind off of books and concentrating on males. Centering around a summer resort, the play offered an evening of enjoyment for those attending. Cast: Nancy Adams, Daryl McGinnis, Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Alvin Te- garden and Deloris Moorehouse, Ken Hunt, Andy Mestrovic, Larry Marshall, Mac Szymialis, Philis Burke, Betty Lou Anderson, Judy Hunt, Roseann Cianforani, Frances Terry, Gloria Lowers, Sam Hunt, Bob Wagenhoffer, Carolyn Green, Nancy Wilson, Officer Pluck, Dale Haythorn. armor Way Director, Robert Pastorius Put on a "bold front" was exactly what the junior class did when they attempted and succeeded in putting on the first operetta to be staged by Union students. Musically supported by the girls' chorus, the play featured some of the juniors' best talent. Cast: Lois, Nancy Marple, Priscilla, Juanita Tegarden, Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke, Bill Rider and Nancy Rial, Mr. and Mis. Webster, Joanne Kronen- berger and Eddie Shepard, Sally, Florence Stern, John Wesley Roberts, Joe Pavelka, Joe Reynolds, Jack Schrumpf, Sam, Henry Crebs. FIRST ROW-Fayne Coen, Deloris Moorehouse, Mary Ann Gallagher, Roseann Cion- forani, Theresa Hughes, Kathryn Webb. SECOND ROW-Regina Burley, Pauline Judge, Nancy Wilson, Don Haufe, Andy Mestrovic, Betty Anderson, John McAninch. 0 0 Www! Wafiona Amor ociefy ' ' Wafiona onor ,Sbciefy To make the National Honor Society is the chief goal of most students and is considered one of the most coveted honors to attain. ln order to gain membership, the student is judged in scholarship, service, leadership and character. Those representing the l9-47 class in the society are Betty Ander- son, Regina Burley, Roseann Cianforani, Fayne Coen, Mary Ann Gallagher, Donald Haute, Anton Mestrovic, Deloris Moorehouse, John McAninch, Pauline Judge, Theresa Hughes, Kathryn Webb and Nancy Wilson. ' ' mm ire Anything from chuckles to roars could be heard at the annual Machine Shop Minstrel. With six hilarious endmen making the potter and the chorus adding the music, a fine performance was turned out. Acting as interlocutor, Larry Williams was ably assisted by the endmen Don Stewart, Don Buchanan, Glen Wells, Don Marple, Fred Oser, and Roy Dale Hunt. Beatrice Hart Dixon was the pianist. afbrelffed ' IJ yi .X ' 1 W f Flashing batons, blue and white uniforms, high-stepping leaders well describes Union's four majorettes. With Pauline Judge as drum major, Betty Palusek, Virginia Klug, and Florence Stern made intricate routines their specialties. These attractive lassies added much color and glamor to the band at football games and parades. CQWJMM if WQVL Best all-around senior boy ..... Best all-around senior girl .,.,.,. Best Boy Student ....... .. Best Girl Student ........ Prettiest Girl ,,..... Handsomest Boy.. Best Girl Athlete ...... Student Council .,...... Best Boy Athlete ......, President, G.A.A ......,.. President, President, Hi-Y ........ President Y-Teens .,...... President, Senior Class ...... Preisdent Junior Class .,...... President, President Sophomore Class ..,..... Freshman Class ........ A0 ,....,Andy Mestrovic ..,...Theresa Hughes ......Andy Mestrovic ...,..Regina Burley .......Pauline J:Jdge Kibert Dorothy Shuttlesworth .......Emil Gongola ...,,..,.Theresa Hughes ........Edwin Shepard ......Bob Bartsch ,,....Doryl McGinnis ...,,..Andy Mestrovic ......Henry Crebs .. ,...lohn Mojzer ........William Kerns KLM of 1947 We, the Senior Class of '47, declaring ourselves to be sane and sound of mind, lalthough that will be questioned by somel do will and bequeath the following items to Union's underclassmen: James Garvey, John McAninch, Fred Oser, George Tribett and Lawrence Williams will their past experiences with the Navy to any of the boys consid- ering themselves overtaxed with the burdens of Union High's school life. Harry Beuke leaves his unique way of dancing to Tony Martini hoping he won't "gripe" at the Union girls for the way they dance. The unused credits and the remainder of Albert Martin's school year go to Mike Fallova. He surely needs them. Nancy Fullerton leaves her ability to impersonate those fascinating movie actresses to Betty McSword. Pauline Judge wills her position of drum major to any majorette talented enough to fill her place. Henry Crebs is left by Joan Getkosky to the class of 248 hoping that they will "handle with care" as well as observe the sign "No Trespassingl" To Martha Bartolovic and Harry Brubaker, Johnny Canestraro and Frank Mele leave their first chairs in band hoping they will be able to stop romanc- ing long enough to keep them. Deloris Moorehouse leaves her tactics of trying to take other girls' men to Patty James who wants them about as badly as "Dee Dee" tries to get them. them. Mary Jean Straghan, Terry Lou Ralbusky, Mary Ann Kleindeler and Mar- garet Kramer leave their places in the "Benwood Gang" to the oncoming students from the "Mill Town." Sue Ann Peters leaves her seat in Moore's tc Jo Ann Bitte' who already has a head start. If the class of '48 promises not to tresspass on private and personal property, Nick Renzella will leave Patty James in their care. To Dolores Meyers, Daryl McGinnis leaves her position as head cheer- leader. lPlus a box of aspirinl Mike Latka leaves his place in Miss Peel's good graces to any underclass- man unfortunate enough to be in American History class. Martin Mason leaves his position as captain of the lronmen football team to any well deserving athlete in the class of '48. Deloris Moorehouse, Blanche Sadaly, Betty Anderson and Dorothy Shut- tlesworth leave their cheerleading positions to Lois Oser, Phyllis Jochum, Rosemary Krupica and Joanna Vani with the hope that they'll keep 'em cheering. To Gertrude Finnegan, Gloria Lowers leaves her abundance of beautiful hair. We're sure everybody else will be glad even if Gertrude doesn't appre- ciate it. Tom Welch bequeoths his position on the "oak" to Duke Marple who is right in the groove already. Max Szymialis leaves his most familiar De Soto to Eddie Burley with the hope he'll keep it better than he does his present car. Maisie Metz leaves her lovely voice to Peggy Hawkins and Helen Thomp- son. They can fight over that, too. Bobbie Smith leaves her souveniers from Fort Knox to any collector desirous of them. KLM W! of 1947 Katy Webb leaves her position as band member to any underclassmen desirous of it. Here's hoping there'll be many for band members surely are needed. To any "sucker" goes Bud Logston's position as official caretaker of cer- tain lronmen gridders. Gloria Lowers and Glen Wells leave their seats in Probs. class to Phyllis Barker and Jack Warsinsky hoping that they will have better luck in sitting nearer each other for the benefit of the rest of the class. Joanne Leeds and Dolores Dawson leave Donald Dellget to the girls of the junior class hoping desperately that the juniors won't fight over him as these seniors. Lois Jean Riedel's and Nancy Wilson's bright ideas of being old maids to Eileen Hossman and Phyllis Barker. Glen Wells leaves his position as end on the football team to any guy living up to Coach Jones' standards. Robert Coleman bequeaths his visits to 29th Street, Wheeling, to Bill Rider with his fingers crossed that Bill won't take him up on it. Stanley Chincheck leaves his wonderful ability to pitch a baseball to next year's baseball team for we firmly believe that they will be able to use it. Eileen Armstrong wills gracefulness and ability to play basketball to Nettie Martino. To Helen Thompson, Andy Mestrovic leaves his ability to make all A's. Alvin Tegarden's reckless driving goes to Gene Tribett who's already doing all right on his own. I Margaret Svrcek wills to Pat Thompson her femininity. She needs it. Virginia Klug leaves her high-stepping position to one of the many girls chosen last year. Mary Ann Gallagher leaves her executive ability to likely candidate, June Waggenhoffer. Jenny Fallova's smallness, we gladly leave to Viola Coppa. Norma Andreas and Alice Niebergall leave their Eternal friendship to Peggy Hawkins and Nancy Rial. lt's really fun talking, girls! Regina Burley leaves her "A" making ability to George Bartolovic. P. S. We, the class of '47 regretfully leave George behind, too, for unmentionable reasons. To Jean Hill and Bessie Marie Logston, Fayne Coen and Gerry Lucas leave their long journeys from the car barn to U. H. S. They're experienced hikers, we hope. Ella Mae Kuhens and Nellie Burke leave their mutual enthusiasm for Moundsville and for the weekly Vet. dances to anyone who likes this type of night life. Donald Haufe, wills his place in Miss Polley's good graces to sister, Joan. lShe probably won't need it, though.l Stella Grombka and Marg. Svrcek leave their compatibility to Dolores Gongola and Dorothy Modlinski who really don't need it. They're doing all right. George Byard wills his beautiful plaid shirts to Bill Kerns. Donald Stewart leaves his ability to "bang-out" Boogie-Woogie to Eugene Finnegan. C4655 of 1947 Bill Skvarka, Hershel Stanley, and Carl Rykoskey leave their classes in Senior Shop to Chuck Conners, Bill Hicks and Mike Fallova. May the Lord be with Mr. Pastorius! Harry Storm leaves his seat on the Boggs Run school bus to anyone des- perate enough to take it. "Warby" Waggenhoffer leaves his position in the highly respectable Hi-Y to any underclassmen who seem ideal candidates to the old members. Roseann Cianforani wishes to leave to any member of next year's play cast her place as stella of the stage. Elmer Gardner leaves his outward appearance of being bashful to the sophomore boys. Believe me girls, actions are deceiving, a wolf in sheep's clothing, as it were! The "Fickle Eye" of Jeanette Ellis is unfortunately left to Dolores Lucas. Bob Bartsch leaves his pugilistic ability to Timothy Lucey. Donald Buchanan and Roy Dale Hunt leave their end-men ability to two iunior men deserving of a place in Pastorius' minstrel of '48. Angelo DeCrease and Jimmy Provenzano leave their reserved shy manner to Gene Tribett and Chuck Conners. iWonder what they'll do with it?l Dorothy Supan wills her tallness to Mary Catherine Holly. We really think both look O.K. as they are if this can't be arranged. Theresa Hughes leaves her office as President of the G. A. A. to any remaining member who can forcefully exclaim "that's what the Constitution saysl" ' Joe Kibert wills his smooth, good looks to Charles Willison. Regretfully leaving his flirtatious manner to Eddie Shepard is Robert Graham. Milton Auth and Anton Matesic leave their army chores to any under- class male, age I8 or over. Don Wiseman and Mitchell Gresak leave their love for blondes lperoxide and otherwisel to Page Henderson and Jerry Monceman. Dale Haythorne and David Fike remember the faculty as they leave their combined heighth to any underclassmen wishing to view Mr. Barnett's face. Hilda Furlene leaves her inquisitiveness to Margaret Bozicevich. Charles Beecher wills his sudden ability to attract the fairer sex idue to Warwood gamel to Andy Brunner. lHere's hoping his success comes easier.l To Spike Kerwood goes Bernard Krizanek's congenial way with the faculty. Jim Dellget leaves his sigh romantic voice to Kenny Trussell. Willa Elschlager and Jean Burgess leave their daily Glendale bus rides to Eileen Jablonski and Pat Garvonic. Fred Marco leaves his position at Murphy's to Elmer Trubiano. Mable Graham leaves her friendliness to Margie Coleman. Josephine Banaski leaves her fondness for reading, we quote, "Good Books," to those Freshmen who haven't learned about borrowing book reports yet. Bob Green wills his football shoulders to Jimmie Hamm. Graf. prop ec? of f 7 While recrossing the ocean on board the Queen Mary we came across Phys. Ed. teachers, Nancy Wilson and Eileen Armstrong. These girls were re- covering from nervous breakdown and had as their attending nurse, Theresa Hughes lMrs. Paul Bauml. We also found Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crebs lJoan Cetkosky, with the four little Crebs' who were being expertly cared for by Mabel Graham, children's nurse. Back in the States again and stopping at Tampa, Florida, we discovered news commentators Willis Logston and his private secretary, Dolores Gach. Also, we met the big time insurance man Kenneth Davis and his capable secretary, Fayne Coen, who were in Tampa at this time, As we started north, we discovered Jeanette Ellis in the wide open spaces of Texas, teaching the children from surrounding ranches in rural school No. 23. Continuing our northward journey, we visited the annual Mardi Gras held in New Orleans. Here we found that successful lawyer Andy Mestrovic and his charming office secretary Dolores Dawson. They were enjoying a much needed good time at this gala affair. F. B. I. Agents Joanne Leeds and Bernard Krizanek were busily snooping about looking for that notorious racketeer "Fritz" Oser. While passing along the streets of this quaint old city, we met Mrs. Hershal Myers, the former Esther Morris, who now lives in New Orleans with her Naval Officer husband. Tressa Ralbusky and Bobbie Smith we met as we were on the final lap of our homeward journey. Tressa is now a public stenographer located in Nor- folk, Va., while Bobbie has returned to Fort Knox where she lives as the wife of a ranking army officer. Our tour completed, we returned to our respective jobs considering our vacation most interesting. I lBetty Anderson! returned to New Orleans with just one intention, matrimony, or bust, while l lDon Wisemanl returned home with my charming wife and twins, a boy and girl, to make life glad for mel 7 0I"IfL8 15 WEST VIRGlNIA'S LARGEST SPECIALTY STORE CONGRATULATES THE STUDENTS OF THE CLASS OF I947 Expert Watch and jewelry Repairing McGrai1's Jewelers '-MCQRAILS WILL TRUST You AND YOU CAN TRUST IVIcGRAILS" IVIcLure Hotel Bldg. Wheeling, W. Va IZIZ Makert St. WHG 4898 7 Kari 5 CTM ecfionery AND SANDWICH SHOP 6th Street Iviclvlechen, W. Va. Learn To Sew Special Rates to Teen-Age Girls SINGER SEWING CENTER 7O-I2th St. Wheeling, W. Va. For All Your Insurance Needs W. H. Bennett Agency Phone Ben. 65 Mclvlechen, W. Va. PANTS H. G. Friedriechs HARDWARE SPORTING COODS APPLIANCES 64-12th Sf. AT Wheeling, W. Va. Caldclbaugh Bros. Co. YOUR MERCHANT FOR 37 YEARS COMPLIMENTS OF W. A. Sfeigner , FOR IVIORE LIFELIKE JOMIU 5 SPARRLINC PORTRAITS C . lT'S OVL 8CtL0lfL8Ify NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE SA! 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