Union High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Van Wert, OH)

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'7!w Ztfdffcal 7 Miss Mary A. 'l'e1111ell 'T x ' Kemwth H Calwell College, Ball State Teachers' I -,ng A ' In College, Muncie, Ind. j 'f X College, Ohio State, Manchester Degree, B. S. . I College Subjects taught, Physical Ed., ,mf-,M ff DQ-gl-eel B, S, Home Economics, Biology S -..::-ffl ' A Subject taught, Vocational Ag- Activities, Girl Reserves, Junior A ' ,uf riculture Class Advisor, G. A. A. sponsor Activities, F. F. A. Advisor f Kwa i! so--v --. - - W--- . iffy L. '35 'QV'-' fa 049' A Donald W. Sclmfer College, Wittenberg Degree, B. S. in Music Super- vision Subjects taught, English, Music Activities, Sponsor of 8th grade, Band, Glee Clubs, Mixed Chor- us, Sr. Class Play, Operettas Miss 3IilI',2'ill't't li. Maul College, VVooster Degree. B. A. Subjects taught, U. S. History 8, Jr. English, World History, Sophomore English, Latin II, Geography VII Activities, Jr. Class Play- Spon- sor of the Tth grade, Home room teacher of 7th and 8th grades, Girl Reserve Sponsor Marion Bailey Graduate of Union Twp. H. S. College, Bowling Green. Ohio Degree, B. S. in Education Subjects taught, Physics, Indus- trial Arts, 7, 8, Science 7, 8, 9. 9th Algebra, 7th Mathe- matics mi 'ee Georgre I.. Windler College, Indiana State Degree, B. S. Subjects taught. Arithmetic 8. Typing. Law and Economic Geography Activities, Athletic coach. Soph- omore Sponsor 71,4 Wada! DNA -4.5, uw U my J :li vl', 2 '7!w Wddcazf Classes I0 '7fze Ztfdflcal Y' 12 Years Together D SENIOR S HISTORY Flass Motto-"Build for character not for fame" t'olors-Scarlet and Silver FlowerfAmerican Beauty Rose Yes, as seventeen seniors we enjoy answering to the title "Seniors," and soon we will move on to make way for the oncoming Juniors. To the com- munity at large we shall be just another graduating class, the class of "'-ll." Seven graduates, namelyg Catherine Hunter, Violet Fiock, Gerald Reid, Robert Whitaker, Dale McOmber, Eugene Taylor, and Earl DeLong began their school life back in 1929 as first graders under the tutelage of Mary Bowers. We traveled on and upward and had added four more to our number before entering high school. Betty Mace, Neva Mae Rice, Alice Ehman, Fred Ehman, Ernest. Rickard, and Burton Hoblet were the new classmates. When as freshmen, we entered high school, we held high hopes of making our class one of the best in the history of our school. Since not all of us were interest- ed in the same fields of achievement, some concentrated on scholastic endeav- ors, some strived for athletic laurels and still others took up the art of music. The highlight of the Sophomore year was the annual Freshman Sopho- more lnitiation Party. Two new classmates were enrolled during this year, Mildred Thompson from Payne High School and Eleanor Dumar from Grover Hill High School. Our Junior year began a new day for us and we began to take the re- sponsibilities assumed by upper classmen. The play "This Night Beware" was presented by the more dramatic students. We also enjoyed giving the Seniors a banquet. ' This, our Senior year, is a climax of twelve years of hard work. Under the very capable leadership of Dale Mctlmber, we feel we have accomplished much with our year filled with parties, festivals, plays and many other good times. We are now Seniors about to depart from school and cast our ship on life's rugged sea. Although our hardships, trials and troubles have been many we all have enjoyed our twelve years of school together. 7114 Wddwl If k Dale Mm-Uniln-r , '- Mixed cm-Us 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 3, 4: Class Play 3, Scholarship Tests 1, 2, 3, 4: C 0 un t y Scholarship Team 2, 4, Annual Staff -1: Class President 3, -1: Op- eretta 2, 4: Valedicturian. Lester linings Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3, 13 Operetta 1, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3. -l: Orchestra 1, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Buys' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4: Minstrel 2, Sec-- retary of Class 4: F. F. A. 4 Robert Wliitallu-r Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, -1: Operetta 1. 4: Vice President 4: Class Play 4. G4-ralll Reid Basketball 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, -1: Orchestra 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 1, 2, 43 Minstrel 2: Class Play 4, Class President 2: Class Treasurer 3, -1. iN5v wg- flip- ll , 1 3 'x jf' SENIORS 2 lflleaimr Iilllllill' ,,-sq. 115 Mu. 1111 fl. Ki, X . ,'2 241xf,- Wil' -l. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Mixed Cburus 1, 2, 3, 41 Girl ,Reserve 2, 3, 4, Sev- retary-Treasurer uf G. B. 4: Class Secretary 3: Class Plays 3, 4: Scholarship Test 21 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Annual Typist 4: Svhnul Paper Typist 4. Betty M au- Glee Club 1, 2. 3, -lg Mixed Cbnrus 1, 2, 3, -11 Basket- ball 1, 2, 32 G. A. A, -ll Girl ,Reserve 1. 2, 3, 4: Op- eretta 1, 4: Class Plays 3, l'llI2'l'lN' Taylor Glee Club 1, 2, 3, -1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, -12 Basket- ball 1. 2, 3, -lg Baseball 2. 3, -1: Class Play 33 Operet- ta 1, 4. N1-va Mae Rice Mixed Clinrus 1, 2, 3, -13 Glee Club 1. 2, 3, -1: Girl Reserve 1, 2. 1.2 7fr.e Wzdwl mf .K live Eliuian Girl Reserve 'Qumr- H-au.-.. G 636 Earl Delinngx l, Il, Zi, 41 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Cliurus 1. 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball 3, -1: Baseball 1. ZZ, 3. Fred Elllllilll Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Class Play 4: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Minstrel 2: F. F. A. 4. Ernest Rickard Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Plays 3, -lg Minstrel 2: F. F. A. -1. 35- Oruhestra 1, 12: Vice Pres- Class Plays 35, -1: G. A. A. . . A. 4. 4: Glee Llub 1, 2, U. . Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. Mildred 'llll0llllDS0ll Glee Club l, il, 351 Mixed Cliorus 2, 3, Basketball Ii, llirl Reseire 2, IS, -13 Pres- ident of G. H. 43 Class Vice President 33: G. A. A. -13 Class Plays 25, 41 Selnll- 4: Class Play 33 Operetta 1, 43 Minstrel 2: President of F. F. A. -13 Baud 2, Il. el. llurton Hoblvf Glee Club 1. 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Basketball Manager -lg Class Plays 3, 4, Operetta 1g F. F. A. 4: Baseball 43 Band 1, 13, -1: l'atlu-rine Hunter Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Oper- etta 45 Class Plays 3, 45 Scholarship Tests 2, 3, 43 Annual Editor, School Paper Staff, G. A. A. -13 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 45 Class President lg Saluta- toriang D. A. R. Test, Jo Ann Dixon Girls Glee Club 1, 4, Mixed Chorus -1, Volley Ball Team 2, 3, Indoor Ball Team 35 Class Play 4. .NY ' 1:3 2. 1- .. 1 .-5, .1 - 1- ee " 3 'ik ,ixwxif-Y? ".. ,Q- we--.. arsliip Tests 2, IS, -l. ident 2. Yiolvt Fiocli Glee Club l, 2, Ii, 43 Mixed Chorus l, 2, Il, -lg Girl .Re- serve l, LZ, Ii, -1, G. ll. Vice President -1: G. A. A. 43 Class Plays 35, -li Operetta 4. -dems, mtv NN Pix., M, 7fre Ztfdcfcal' I3 CLASS WILL We, the Senior class of 1941, of the Township of Union, County of Van Wert, and State of Ohio, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make, publish and declare this our Last Will and Testament, hereby revok- ing, and making null and void all other wills and testameints made by us heretofore. Section I. Article I. We will to the Faculty our love and affection for the school, to be passed on to each succeeding cla.ss. Article ll. We will to the Junior Class our Well Worn books and ability to make conversation in class. Article Ill. We will to the Sophomore Class our appreciation. of the Faculty who helped us through school. Article lV. We will to the Freshmen Class our love for each other after the characters were picked for the play. Section ll. Robert Whitaker wills his seat in detention to David lmlerg also his abil- ity in athletics. Eleanor Dumar Wills her ability as secretary and typist to the Junior girls. Eugene Taylor wills his ability to be two places at once to Ray Reno.. Alice Ehman wills her height and giggles to Lois Ruth Borden. Ernest Rickard Wills his guitar to Robert Cooke. Jo Ann Dixon wills her quick little dance steps to Ersel Rice. Gerald Reid, tall, dark, and handsome, wills his ability to play the bass horn to Beryl Grubaugh, and his well-worn tennis shoes to Robert Barry. Violet Fiock wills her comb, mirror, and blond hair to Anna Louise Edwards. Dale McOmber wills and imparts his studious ways and good grades to his brothers. Don't crowd, boys, there is plenty for all. Catherine Hunter wills her studious ways and dark hair and eyes to Anna Jean Piehl. Ben Hoblet wills his taste in dating girls from other schools to Harold Eddy. Neva Mae Rice wills to Leola Speelman her quiet. ways. Lester Goings wills his tenor voice to Bernard Fisher, a promising young vocalist. Betty Mace wills her ability to get Diamonds to Ruth Hoaglin, and her make-up kit to Mary Woods and Nina Mason. Fred Ehman wills his ability to sleep in class to Glenn Knerr. Earl DeLong wills his ability to get along with the teachers to Paul Landrum, his toastmaster ability to Fred Smith. And I, Mildred Thompson, will my red hair to Virginia Brewer also my ability to write these wills to the person that will write them in the long, hard years to come. Section III. Article I. The members of the Senior Class, do hereby appoint Harold Eddy to carry out the exactment of this our last will and testament. Article ll. In witness whereof, we the undersigned have hereunto set our hand and seal on this twenty-first day oi' May in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty-One. 14 '7Ae Zddafcd "Looking Through the Crystal Ball" Sitting in the parlor of my ranch house I decided to look into my make believe crystal ball and see if I could pick up the: trail of the classmates of my school days. At first all was hazy and dark but at last I could see a huge motor truck roaring along the road with Fred Ehman at the controls delivering some cattle to the ranch of Senator Dale McOmber. Then the scene changed to a clean hospital in Det.roit where Violet Fiock, a nurse, was caring for Ernie Rickard, a mechanic at Henry Foird's plant, who was injured when an airplane piloted by Eugene Taylor accident- ly hit him in a freak accident. Neva Mae Rice, Ernie's fiance, was hysteric- ally standing hy. Finally familiar scenes came across the hazy crystal and I see Earl De- Long teaching Vocational Agriculture and Catherine Hunter teaching Home Economics at dear old Union. As the scene shifts again I see a neatly decorated beauty salon in Con- voy with Eleanor Dumar and Alice Ehman working feverishly to get Mildred Thompsoirs hair fixed in time for her wedding to Lesrter Goings, a Master Farmer. Suddenly the vision fades and then the fog lifts and I see Betty Mace, an attractive waitress, in a clean and prosperous looking restaurant waiting upon Joann Dixon, a prominent actress from Hollywood. Now the scene changes to ther dug-outs of the "Toledo Mud Hens" where Robert Whitaker, a big league pitcher, is giving advice to Gerald' Reid and his boys who are seeking the National Baseball Championship. And now everything goes black and grows hazy but those memories of my pals and classmates of Union will always linger with me. By Ben Hoblet '7fne Ztldclcal 15 Twp row, tlieud left tn rightj David Klcfziiittlisli, llnnttltl lletlinlter, lirthert Nlt-t'rw'. Middle row. tllvilll lE'ft tw riehtl Miss Tennvll, lmis Cress, llttrttld liddxx 1,'nl'liFtttist, Herr! Gru- baugh, Corwin Huy. lmis 'lltylttiz ' ' Bnttttin row. tliend left tu riehll Annu lmnise Ildwnrds, lluiiiizt Duinur. Luis I-luth Burden, liuth l'luae'lin, Anna liatliryn Baer, Eunice 'l'lirniipst,t1i. JUNlOR'S CRUISE This year found us starting out fin it yan-ht ettml ennueh fftr :i king. lt was lnfavely tlying our t-nlnrs, gold and blue, and our inrrttu, "Yun live but ttrtt-e, sw innke the he-st ttf life," wats painted in huue hlzick letters rm her gleaming' white starbrmrcl. Our fourteen members were under the euiclunee nf Cziptnin Lois Ruth Borden: First Mute. Beryl Grubaugh: :intl Set-und Mate, llnnna Dnintir. Un honrtl nur special guest tif hmmm' was Miss Mary Tennell. Vile sailed out nf the Itttrt znnid lziuehter and the 1-ries of "l-lttn Yttyxieef' We we-re till' fur the Httuth Seas, und that land nf henuty find 1-ttiiiztin-e. Sew-rztl tiines during nur vttyaiev we had tw stnp tu rt-fuel and replait-e brrtken pzirts hut that ditln't htvther ns fur there wits ztlwztys :L skzttine rink neztr :it hztntl where we t-ttuld rnake the best lnttk lu their l:n,ii'els, 1 Hut things Wrrrse thzin this were tu urine. As wt- were entering the Stiuth Soils we ent cuueht in at terrible hurricane tseinester exninsl. Our staunch little Vessel ln-:tvt-tl the stnrin wfnidt-rfully, ziltlitvueh inuny nf us were shut in nur vnliins fur at few dnt s, Svxviuil utht-r int,-re squzills pnssed nur way hut we ttmk nn nntiee of those. Finzilly we i'eatt'lietl nur dt-stinaitittn lit-riiitidn, A XYlPIllll'I'l'lll plan-e it was hut iinziggine our dismay when une nf nur imsseiiet-i's, t ttrl Fwust, wats ine-t with at tt-lvurnln telline hiin ltr take the fastest plaine bark tn the stztlvts. Many tlatlvs he had hee-n with LlS1lINlNK't'llIllt'tl tt, see hint lezive, but we gave him 21 gay farewell party :ind snw hini tn his plane. 'l'hnt left us with thirteen ineinhers. Unlucky? Nut fm- ns. VVe gut busy ztnd inatcle even the natives wundvr nt the waxy we t-ttuld plny lmsket- ball, sing' and. albttve itll, give liniitliit-ts fur whzit dn you lin1tw'.' We ins-t tinr wltl friends the svniwr class, und we were st: ulnd tu see slum-lxtttly trmn htnne that we t-iitwtniiietl tht-in rttyztlly. Thus entla-tl our trip and we were ready tu start but-k fur the iinnl t'tty:1ev thztt nl' nur seninr yt-str. By lwis liuth Btnxlen I6 'Wm Www SOPHOMGRE CHATTER The Sophomore Class sftarted out the new year with Carl Cook as president, Ronald Rase as vice president and'Glenn Knerr as seeretary-treasurer. At the beginning of the term we found that we had a new classmate, Mary Bernieee Woods. Several weeks later another joined us, Holiert Cooke, from Rhode Island. We had happy times at our skating' parties and house parties. There were also unhappy times, lietter known as exams which came up at regular intervals. Two of our nienihers were honored with scholarship letters for earning' places on the county scholarship team. They were tllenn Knerr who took lirst place in Biology and Ruth Metferd with second place in Sophomore English. We are all looking' l'orward to next. year when we will greet each other as juniors and take part in junior activities. 'l'op row. fllead lel't to riglitl David lmler, Glenn Knerr, Billy Donley, Dean MeOniher, Frederick Smith, l-lohert Cooke, Donald Holilet. Middle row. ll-lead left to riehtl l-iolwert Barry, Mr. Windler, Mary Woods, Louise Purk, Ronald llase, Marhl Fliekinger, Carl Cook, Margie Hunter, Berniece Bauer, Rodger Wilson. Bottom row, lRead left to riehtl Mareile Held, Margie Mason, Virginia Brewe1', Ruth Metferd, Leola Speelman, Anna Jean Piehl, Mabel Bauer. '7Ae Www! I7 l l .Y- Top row, fRead left to rightj Bernard Fisher, George Henibrecht, Purl Miller, Guy Wil- son. Middle row. fRead left to rightj Mr. Bailey, Ray Reno, Ersel Rice, Carl Schneider, Earl Rickard, Clarence Grubaugh, Marguerite Barry. Bottom row. tRead left to rightj Virginia Thompson, Dorothy Douglas, Laurene Dulnar, Nina Mason, Edna Murphy, Doris McCandlish. THE FRESHMEN On the bright sunny day of September 9, 1940, a group of seventeen "shy" students entered the large assembly to be stationed there for the school year. Our class organized by electing these officers: Dorothy Douglas, President: Laurene Du- rnar, Vice President: Phyllis Hoaglin, Secretary-Treasurer: Edna. Murphy, Reporter. Mr. Bailey was our sponsor. After a few weeks of study, we were greeted by a group of jolly Sophoniores at the home of Ruth Mefferd for a hale and hearty initiation party. We were unfortunate, however, to lose three classmates between November and Janu- ary. George Henibrecht quit school to move to Indiana. Earl Rickard moved near Detroit yvhere he is continuing his schooling. Doris McCandlish left us in January and moved to Tif- fin, Ohio. We were sorry to lose them because it left our class with an enrollnient of four- teen tseven boys and seven girlsl. As one of our English projects, Mr. Schafer had us each write an essay on "Lincoln and the Constitution" to compete in a State Contest. Two essays, one girls and one boy's were selected from each class. Ours were Laurene Duniar's and Ersel Rice's. Throughout the year several roller skating and house parties were enjoyed by the class. ,-'51 7114 Zddclcaz' EIGHTH GRADE 'luli 1'11n'.l lim-:nl lel't tn right! Billy 1 nuulas, Mark lxnerr, I-lit-l1:11'tl Smith, Paul Lz1ndru1n, XV11lte1' Baer. Middle ww. tlit-nd left tu right! Kenneth tlruhttueli, Juniur l,11nley, Carl Matthews. .Hay Taylor, Mr, Shilfkill lzlblltllll ww, tlierttl left tu rightl Ruby Stuckey. Luis Wilinure, Annabelle Burke, Carma The seventh and eiehth grades have been ulily led hy their ntfic-ers this year and have enjoyed the Marshall, Mary Leu Buchner. usual 1'f111111ls11f 11:11'ties, Weiner 1'4l21SlH and skates at the Y. W. C. A. They have taken the tirst steps ut grnwing' into high svlinul and we expert inueh l'1w1111 the1n next year. The seventh grade rifticers Were: President, I'1l'lllQL I,flLllS0 lfwueulg Vice-President, Llwyd Eddy: und Set'1'et:'11'y, Lluyd Edwards. The eighth etmde 11li'i11ers were: Preeident, Juniul- llunleyg Vicfe-President, Mark lxnerrg and Secre- tary, Kenneth Gl'UlHlLlLfh. SEVENTH GRADE Twp ww. t.Read left to riuhtl Llnyd lidwards, Gale Reid, Fred Snider, Donald Dumar. Middle 1'r1w. tlioad left tu riuhtl Paul Burden, Lluyd Eddy, Calvin Burke, Gene Poling, Richard Mason, Miss Maul. Bfwlllnn 1-nw, 4Re-ad left tu rightl Anne McCl:1ndish, Lloruthie Becker, Erma Louise Dougal, Betty Taylnr, Murriel Taylor, Betty Lou Basil, Jean Thompson. 7114 Ztfalflcal Activities .20 'Wm Wdicd tim., Gerald Reid, Dale McOniher, Eleanor Duinar, Catherine Hunter, Eugene Taylor WILDCAT STAFF Editor-in-chief .. ... Catherine Hunter Co-editor ......., ...... G erald Reid Literary Editor . . . Dale McOmber Typist .,,....,... Eleanor Dumar Business Manager ...,,.. . ..... . . . ..... Eugene Taylor The Stall' ot' the Wildcat was selected by the class to act as leaders in its puhlication, All uf the class however has participated in completing this annual and each meinher has had some part in its composition. Class Prophecynliurton Hohlet F. F. A.-Ernest Rickard Class Will' Mildred Thoiiipsoii Lei, H.-Alice Ehman Classes'-eNcx'z1 Mae lfiice Mtlsic-Betty Mace Sports- 'I.cstL'r iloings Music-Earl Dellong' ti, A, Violet Fiocla l'icturesfHohert Whitaker Senior Actlvitit-sfFred Ehman JokesfJo Ann Dixon '7!w Welded .Zi P L AY S PLEASED TO MEETCHA Given November 8 With comedy throughout the play Elmer Hicks, a country rube, who W01'ShilJ9C1 Stl'iUQ'. was invited to Bett's party in the city. During the party a game of "Murder" was played in which a Valuable necklace was stolen. There was abundant comedy and action throughout the play. Mr. Bixby .... Mrs. Bixby .... Betty Bixby Archie Pomeroy Elmer Hicks .. Beevy ........ Andrew Grimes Helen Maxwell Ruth Adams .. Stage Manager Prompte r ..... Ticket Agent .... Harold Eddy .... .. Anna K. Baer Lois Ruth Borden Donald McOmber Beryl Grubaugh ....... Carl Foust . . . . Robert McCoy . . . . Lois Taylor . . . , Ruth Hoaglin . . . . Donna Dumar Lois Cress Eunice Thompson HIGH PRESSURE HOMER Given May 2 With excitement and thrills by all, the many hobbies of the entire cast brought out the comedy of the play. Funerals, fires, rifle practice, acting, pets, love affairs, and even new inventions, were given careful attention. Just the same the play went over with a bang! Mrs. Chester Woodruff, loved to go to funerals ............ Eleanor Dumar Mr. Chester Woodruif, her husband, loved to go to fires ........ Gerald Reid Junior Woodruff, their son, loved explosions ........,..... Robert Whitaker Boots Woodruff, their daughter, loved to act ............ Mildred Thompson Arlene Woodruff, their adopted daughter, loved them all ...... Violet Fiock Zenith, the Woodrutt' maid, loved to escape work .............. Betty Mace Aunt Cora, loved to complain ........................... Catherine Hunter Mrs. Margaret Taylor, loved to visit ........................ Jo Ann Dixon Bunny Taylor, her daughter, loved to have her own way ....... Alice Ehman Homer Hampton Haywood, loved to promote ................ Burton Hoblet Wade Wainwright, loved Arlene ............... .... E rnest Rickard Chetwynde Cluett, loved to make folks happy .... ..... F red Ehman .22 7fze Zddclcal M IGMIIICIRS Twp rmv. lliend left lu right! Hijilwt-i't Whitaker, Dale lVIel,l1nlvei', Dean lVlcUnilier, Lester linings, Fred lqlllllilll. Middle ww. lliezul lf.-l't to right! Mr. Seliul'ei', Earl llllL'liL1l'1l, Beryl Gru- haugli, llc-rzild Hu-ill, Curl Snider, Earl lleL0ng', M:1rhl Flicliinger, lilrnest. Hiclizirml. ltiuttmn naw. ll-leml lf-I't tn rightl lillllffhl. l-1411-132 llmizilil llohlet, llnhert Malfoy, Ronald Raise, Carl Foust, Fred Smith. BUYS' GLEE CLUB The Boys' Glee Cluh under the direction nl' Mr. Schafer, our new direct- or has llevc-luped during' the year into at fine L-lioral group. We met every 'l'iift-sllziy :xnll 'l'l'1ursd:iy lm- i't-liezirsznl, 'l'he chili :is at wlinle hats hm-n native dul ing the yt-:ir singing lkir Fai'iiiei's' lnstitute :ind x':xi'i4-us scliunl prng'i':iins. ll,"'LiI'lHllS me-nilmers ul' the chili lmve also tailwn part in t-uininunity illlA2'lll'S with solos und quartets, We wiiiipetesl with the other selimvls in ri county contest :at lllmuhn-.l:1elwnii. Lester ilniiigs placed lirst in tenor solo cninpetition with at rating nl' ll., the qu:1i'tt-t also plqieed lirst with Z1 rating ol' ll., it was coni- pnsl-ll ol' Lester linings, liairl l'Jc-lmiig, llerzild l-Zeid and Beryl lil'UlWL1llg'l1Q the ljlel- lfluh receivell :1 rating of ll- -- and lfliigem- 'l'z1ylur a rating olt' Ill for his liziss snln. Cnnsiilering our inexperienee in cfimipetitinii work we were well pleased with our standings and hope to enter district competition next yE'3.I'. 744 Walcfwf .23 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The Girls' lllee Vluh is eoinposed oi' :1 group ol' our inusieally inclined high school girls. During the year we sang at the Farmers' Institute as well as various school programs such as Tl1ElllliSQ'lVlllg', Christmas and Easter. Meinhers also participated in connnunity programs in quartets and trio worlii At the county inusit-al contest held at Hoaelin-.laelison we received a rating ot ll while our girls' trio eoinposed ot' Ruth Hoaglin, Ruth Meiferd and lvlargie Mason received a rating ol' II A rating ot' I indicated Superior: Il Excellent: and lll flood. Hur direetor was Mr. Seliater and our accompanist, Donna Duniar. Xl? M1-nibers Top row. lRead left to rightj Marguerite Barry, Betty Mace, Laurene Duinar, Donna Duinar, Eleanor lluinar, Legola Speelnian, Anna Edwards, Eunice Thompson, Edna Murphy, Lois Cress. Middle row. lHead left to rightl Nina Mason, Virginia Thompson, Ruth lloaelin, l.ois Ruth Borden, Bernieee Bauer,Louise Purk, Margie Hunter, Catherine Hunter, Neva Mae I-tice, Violet Fiocli, Dorothy Douglas, Mr. Sehafer. l-lottoni row. fltead left to riehtj Alice lihnian, Phyllis Hoaglin, Anna Jean l'iehl, Virginia Brewer, Ruth lVIett'erd, Doris McCandlish, Marcile Reid, Mahel Bauer, Margie Mason. .24 '7he Zddfical Nl ICM HIGHS Top row. fRea+l left to rigrlitl lX'lare'iierite Barry, Ruth Hoaglin, Betty Mace, Laurene Duinar, Donna Dumar, Eleanor llumar, Margie Hunter, Leola Spot-lin:ili, Anna Louise lfilwaruls, l'llllllL't' Thompson, Etliia Murphy. Secoml row. flleatl le-lt to riehlj Ernest Hicliaiwl, Dale Mctlmher, Earl lJi-l,one', Marhl Fliclxiiigeig lleralil Heirl, Beryl Clriihaugli, Carl Foust, Dean Mellinlwr, liohert. Whitaker. 'l'I1iril row. flieml left to right! Mr. Sc-liznfer, Nina Mason, Virginia Thompson, Lois Hath liorilen, ltierniece Hauer, Norma Louise Purli, Catherine Hunter, Neva Mae Hive, Violet Fiock, Dorothy Douglas. Fourth row. lRead left to rightj Alice Ehinan, Phyllis Hoaglin, Anna Jean Piehl, Virginia Brewer, Ruth Melferd, Doris McCandlish, Marcile Reid, Mabel Bauer, Margie Mason. Fifth row. 1Rear.l left. to rightl Lester Goings, Donald MCOmber, Robert McCoy, Glenn Knerr. MIXED CHCJRUS Un Frimlay ol' eaeli xreelt during the school year the Mixed Chorus met iinfler the flirection ol' Mr. St-liafer. It was eoniposeil of interested members ol' the Girls, :mil lioys Clee Cluhs. We sang for the Farmers' Institute, 'l'lianltsg'iviiie', Christmas and' other school proigranis. In the County Musical Contest at Hoaglin-.laelison we received a rating' of Excellent tying with Wren for lirst place in the Class CC choruses. The Cllee Cluhs anrl Chorus combined to present an operetta, "An Oltl Kentucky Garden" on May ninth. This was the musical climax of the school year. ww mzawz .25 The band this year has been undetr a new instructor, Mr. Schafer. lt. started the season with last vear's members. Since then several others have purchased instruments and have joined the band until now we have twenty- one members. The band has been quite active. We played for the home bas- ketball games adding' to the spirit and enjoyment. of the. games. We partici- pated with the rest of the county schools in the Band Festival held at Willshire on April 16th. The Union Band for the first. time in its history will play in the Van Wert Peony Festival Parade, joining with the York Band. We hope that this will be a beginning from which we can go forward to an entry of our own in the future. The tine services rendered by Mr. Schafer tl1l'OL1gfl1OLlt the year were greatly appreciated' by all. Xl Standing fRead left to rightj Mr. Schafer, Betty Basil, Carl Foust, Paul Borden, Donna Duma1'. First row. ll-lead left to rightj Donald Dumar, Carl Cook, Robert. Barry. Frederick Smith, Mildred Basil, Gerald Reid, Donald lVIcOmber, Burton Hob- let, Billy lVIcOmber, Marcile Reid, Earl DeLong. I .26 'Wie Ztldclwz' Trip rnw. tlieattl left tu riulitl Margie Hltisnii, llutli Meliertl, Lenin Speelinun, Anna Louise Etlwzirtls, lduniue 'l'l1niiipsn1i, llnris Mt'Czintllisli, Luis Cress, Mint-ile l-leitl. Mabel Bauer. Middle l'tlYV. tlieutl left tn riehtl Yireiniai Brewer. Annu Jenn Pielil, Lnurene Ut1ii1tn',.HL1tli llmtglin, Marnie Hunter, Miss Mziul, Hernieve linuer, Luuise Purk. Annu lxzithryn liner, lmis 'l':1yIm', Miss Tennell. Hnttmii row, tlientl lel't tu riqlitl l,nis liutli liwrtlen, llrmnzi lluinnr. l'Ile:in1ir Duniair, Miltlretl 'l'linii1psnii, Yinlet lfifwk, t'utherine Hunter, Betty Mace. GIRL RESERVES 'l'lie Lfnion tlirl Reserve Clulw with its twenty-six nieniliers stzirtc-tl tlit- sclinnl year ol' 1tl4tl-'41 linltling' its first meeting on Septenilner 1Ttli. The followinw' officers were elected tl't1rinf1' the last school year: Presi- tlent, U D Miltlretl Tlionipsonq Vic-Q-president. Violet Finekq Secretary-Treasurer, J ltlletinur llunizirg Assistant StCl'QtEl1'5"-'l'l'LtElSLlI'0l'. Anna K:1tln'yn Baer: lizinist, l.uis Hurtleiig Assistant lilillllit, llnnnri lluinar. The tirst Saturtlziy night ol' each niuntli was set zisitle lor tiirl Reserve I night at tlie Y. Vt. C. A. 'Vlie lieengiiitiuii Service l'nr tlie :itliiiittniiee nl' new int-inlwt-rs was lieltl Nun-uiilit-1' the tt-ntli. 'l'lie eznnllt- serrit-e :intl tlit- ple-tlging' ul' new ineniligrs was very ntttstziiitliiig. A plziy "tlrznitlni:i's t,Qtiestit'ni," was presentt-tl by the ineinlmers ol' tfie vlnli, 'l'l1t- t'l1tirzieters were: tlrzintlnizt, lCle.zt1ioi' lluinarz Nell Page, Aliei w l.lnn.tng Helen, Margie Maison: tlla-lys. llnnnu lluinurg :intl ri. girl irientl ni' llt-lt-n's, llnris Mct':inmllisli. lt was tliret-tell by Miss Maul. V Nzttinnnl tlirl l-Ieserve wc-ek was lieltl from April 20 to 27. On April Ztl, t tnimy :intl llninn united tut'elt'lll':1tt' the tlirl Ht-serve Nutininil Aiiiiiw-1'sa1'y. A t. tlie lwgiiiniiig' nl' the vt-:ir ti tliwixviiig was lieltl wlierelwy eziuli cluli nienilier tlrew at "pt-znnit sister." Eaieli nieinlwer reineinlieretl lier "peanut sis, ter witli un xippropritite gift on liolitlays :intl nn lier lsirtlitlay. 'l'l1e activities nl' tlie tlirl Heserres eiijnyerl 4lLll'lllgl the yt-ami' were: ai "K1cl' party, F. F. A. party, skating parties, aintl gi Penny t.'21I'lllY3l. .Io Ann Dixon Alice Elnnan 7fze .27 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA . This yciir the limgaiiizzitiliii Futurv Fziriners oi' Aiiivi'ica was introtlucetl into thc Union Sclionl. This is ri. nzirt nl' thc vocz'iti0iizi.l ztgriculture prngrzun. Hur zulriscr, Mr. Cassvll, haul tn st:1rt thv hnys frfnn rncli hottnni. Hel ex- plznimwl thc iinpnrtaiico nl' tht- l". I". A. tn us as ynung' l':u'nivrs. Hur l'irst inet-tiiig. hclll ln. Suptciiiilwi' Ztith, ut thu scliuol was for thv Qlwtifni nl' ullicers. Much cr:-ilit is iluc thesv 0ll'icuJ's tor tht-ir line wnrk flur- ing this Inst yvzir. l're-siilt-nt, lflznrl l7uLniigg Viet- l'rt-siilt-nt, Ituhert McCoy: Sccivtaiy, llfirnltl litlilyg 'l'i'v:isiii'vi'. llunulll Mcllinlwr: zinil licporter. Honztlil liaise. A cniniiiittn-at se-loc-tml nn Ut-tnlwr 21th llrcw up :i crnistitutinn and a pro- ggrani lor thu yt-air. Funlls tnr tht: usp nl' thu ulmptcr wmv L'Ill'llL'tl hy the sails nl' ,junk :intl wiri-. The inniivy has hu.-ii ustwl tin' thv iiiipimxw-iiit-iit ot'niii'cli1li. All I". F. A. L-liaptcrs in thu- cuunty paii'tit-ipateil in ci l'ust Hunt as 3 ine-anis ol' liclpingg niake thvir cnniinunitics hetter. The purpose was to cle- strny hzirnilul rodents such as ruts, mice: crnws zuiil spai'i'ows. Hur Chapter wlirlaeal ve-i'y lizuwl hut iliil not win tht- uniinty hfinncr. Hn Ifl-ln'uziry gl, 1941 wt- p:1i'tit'i1i:i,tt-il in at llistrict coiitt-st in Pzii'liaini-iit- ary l:i'ncwliii'c :intl were vt-ry wt-ll plczisf-il with nur stzinilingr. Thu cliniax nl the yi-zir's L-vt-nts wus the l'ui'vnt-Sun liziiiqiiet held nn April lth. Ahnut ssveiity-livv pznw-iits, iiieiiilneis Quill trientls attciitletl. A trip is lacing plziiineil for this suninivr. M FBI HIGHS Top rnw. llicxul lfift tn rightj l'l:'iiwiici- tlruhaugli, Ilvrui Mt-Oiiiht-i', Frcwl Sniith, lforwin Hay, l'url Milllfr, Ihniztlll Hnhlct, Hmlger Wilsnn. Set-mul rnw tHQa4l left to rightj lfrc-nl Ifliinzin, Lestvr linings, Ersel Rice, Carl Fnust, Curl Sniiler, Burton Hnhli,-t, Ernest Hit-liriiwl, Hnhert tfoolie, Mr. Cassell. 'l'hiril ruw. llli-all lt-tt tn rightj l':irl Conli, Harohl Iillnly, lhnizihl Mclliii- ht-r, I-iuhci't lVIt't'oy. Earl lluluiiig, llflllillll Hzisv, Hci'iiz1i'il Fishvr. Seatwl. llic-zu! lctt to rightj I-inhci't I-larry, tleoi'g'c Ht-inlnm-t-lit, Huy Reno, tluy Wilson. , Y , ' 1 ,V S-1 L , vw W ' .1 - v 4 V.: ' ", , ' Q A f yy w Q 4- 1 . ' , ., Q : ' f 1 ! 1 6 T5 5-Q ' ' wwf . ,2. .Q21 5 gi k 'wwf 'Q , A YQ t V," , 4 Au iff! ' , X . v ' H Q' I v1 5 'kms-Q' 59 Q ,Q VIS, V . wk Q. , X RQYE E? F5 1 Q u 0 we J My 7!w Zlldifcal .29 BASKETBALL I Even though the Boys' Basketball Team did not reach the peak as cham- pions this year, they did enjoy a fairly successful season. With only two lettermen, Gerald Reid and Robert Whitaker returning as a nucleus the team got off to a poor start by losing their first tive games. It was abourt this time the best combination games were victories and the team played good ball the rest of the season with a final record of seven wins and eleven losses. Robert Whitaker, long shot artist and Marhl Flickinger, rangy sophomore, held down the guard positionsg Earl Delaong, lanky senior and Bob McCoy, small and fast, played at forwards. Beryl Grubaugh, Eugene Taylor, Donald Hoblet. and Ronald Rase saw much action and along with "Snake" Cook made up the first ten. Gerald Reid and Earl DeLong were elected captains at the close of last season. Scoring honors for the year went to Reid with a total of 150 points. He was closely followed by DeLong with 124, Whitaker with 122 and McCoy with 110. At the tournament our first game was with Willshire. We lost this game and because of the double elimination we played Middle Point. Although we won from Middle Point we were defeated by Hoaglin-Jackson. This put us out of the tournament. Although we lose valuable material in our seniors we hope for a good season next year by our seasoned underclassinen. I.0ilg'll1' Standing W L Middle Point . . . . T 1 Willshire ...... . . 7 1 Convoy ........., . . 6 2 Hoaglin-Jackson . . . . 5 3 Union ........... . . 4 4 York ....... . . 3 5 Ohio City . . - - 3 5 Ridge .... . . 1 7 Wren . . - - 0 8 Seaismfs Record lvlllilll Score Opponent Oppoiiielifs Score 14 . . ...... Haviland ..... ..... 2 6 19 , . . . . Hoaglin-Jackson . . . . 20 22 . . ....... Wren ..... . . 28 17 . . .... Convoy .... . . 25 19 . . .... Middle Point .... . . 23 36 . . ..... York ..... . . 24 38 , , . Haviland . . . . 25 53 . . .... Ridge .... . . 14 31 , , ...... Alumni ...... . . 44 23 . . .... Middle Point .... . . 34 25 . . .... Convoy .... . . 27 45 . . . Latty .... . . 30 19 ,, Willshire .. -- 27 30 7fze Walden' T011 row, flir-:ul left 111 1'ig'l1t1 M12 W1111lle1', 1-lr,1l1c1't ML'fi'lbj'. 61101111 K11e1'1', H11l1c11't,Vmmlqc-, IC:11'1 IJQL1111g', R11lw1't Wl1iT:1lic1', LUYil1fll4lI':HSC, IJr111:1l1l McU111l101', 1111111 McU111lw1' f111z111z1g'1:1'J, 1:i1'1ttu111 ww. tHe-:ul I1-ft 'Um right? C5111 lfwola, l,lll'1 Millur, M:11'l1l Flicking- ur, Lester Goings, Carl Foust, Be1'11a,1'd Fisher. The lnaselmll season is wlividunl into two parts, tho fall and spring. I11 the l'a11 sea1.so11 we WO11 two 11,1111 lust three lGag'11e lJ1'1lL'1.il'4' Qiilllfx. This Sljlfllgl' we 111111 Sql 511111 lost 'l'l1f1 sccmes of the 51111151111 foll11w: WU1111111 1 Mi1l1ll0 l'r1i11t 2 :FU1111111 1 Co111'1,1y 2 "'Ul1111I1 T Y11l'li 43 U1111111 2 U11kwof11l 1 U11 1011 4 Ridge I-I U11io11 H Uakwoonl 11 :::lTIliOH U11i1111 U111o11 Lxlliflltl 1517111011 gz1111eS3 won one and lost 0110 5 lvz1g11e gz1111es. 5 Willshire 4 2 Convoy 5 Lat ty fliainj I2 W1'Q11 5 1 H0agli11-Jackso11 9 "'UI1i0ll I5 Ohio City 4 :F League Games 744 Wdfdwz 31 Girls' Athletic Association In its tntancv, but alreatly lmmiisilig tri be une uf the strongest urganizatiwns in ULU' rvhtftll. is the Girls' Athletic A-sut'iatirin, Cutler the tlirectiun ul' Miss Tennell. girls' physical education lllSll'llt'ltll', the tl. A, A. made its debut into the tTnivin High hcliunl realm just befure t'hristm:is, Any Uniun llieh Srliu-il uirl interestetl in athletics is eligible tu become a mem- ber uf G. A. A., xvhnse activities inclucle speetlball, volley-ball, basketball, suftball. 1UUll1lilAQ'. table tenris, hurse shtze. skating, nexilv lurinetl cmistitutiun is the ruacl to membership, l-'nllmvirgg is thc pleclue taken by each girl at the time uf her initiatini 1I'it4J the assrtciatiun: "I tlfi btllblllllly piwiiiise tri take an active part in the Girls' Athletic Arsnciatiun uf Ltirin Centralixetl lliah Fclugil anal tu tin all in my power tu prfnnute its best interests." G. A. A. members shall he given awards in the form fit' letters anti emblems. Each girl vvht, earns Citlll liuints ur inure in G. A. A. activities Shall be presented with a letter and tltuse earring between Hllll anal 4100 pnints receive a xvineecl-fuut emblem. Une feature in the scbetlule this year was the participatinn in the Play Day ac- tivities at Umivuy High Schnnl with Cniivfty girls as husts. As the schnul year draws nigh, activities are centeretl aruuntl the seniors. ivhfl shall be remembered with a banquet-an event vvhich we hfqie shall become an annual custuin, Olficers for the vear 1941--12 t1l'6Z iresitlent Ruth llfvaeling vice-Jresiclent. Luis , Y t Taylor: secretary, Margie Hunter: treasurer, Virginia Brewer: and spunsnr. Miss Mary Tennell. Top 1-nw. flteacl left tn rightl Miss Tennell, Berniece Bauer, Luis Ruth Borden, Margie Hunter, linris McCancllisli, Ruth Meiilertl, Middle 1-uw. tlteatl left tu rig-htl Dnrritliy Douglas, Anna Luuise Edwards, Marcile vlieitl, Anna Jean Piehl. Nina Masun, Virginia Brewer, Leula Speelman, Alice Ehman. Margie Mascin, Phyllis llriaulin, Bottmn rmv. tlteatl left tu rig-htl Edna Murphy, Donna Duniar, Luuise Pri-k. Mildred Tlifiinpsfiii, Betty Mace, Yiwwlet Fiock. Ruth Hwaglin, Lauiene Dumar, Mabel Bauer, Lois Taylnr. 3,2 '7l1e Ztldcfaal ,Q am 'V , 'fs ?f,f? 53 . gal? , n. F iii? 'IQA Sllf ,V W- ,IVQ . QNUQ 3? wwf UNl0ly , mum, ilxg., .,. .... . 7fze Ztldclwl ALUMNI CLASS OF 1918 Paul Webb Donald Carlo Beatrice Horner ldeceasedy Mabel McCoy-Klewer De Witt Carey Karl McOmber Dale Thompson CLASS OF 1919 Gaylord Phillipy Hilda Dowler-Gremel Ruth Borden-Berry Mabel Price-Shotts Lawrence Smith Floyd Rowe CLASS OF 1920 Gladys Holderly-Smith Cdeceasedl Velma Basil-Gary Geneva Basil-Scheidt Irene Bowers Erma Borden-Phillipy Richard Bauer Joe Tossey Gaylord Clark Luetta Dowler-Hendricks Luella Eddy Emma Fisher Clifford Jones Russel Lytle Ailene McCoy Russel Price ldeceasedj Eilene Whittmer-Schamerloh CLASS OF 1921 La Verne Smith'Mollenkopf Chloe Young Chloe Marshall Berniece McCoy Anna Snyder Alta Jenkins-Jones Ella Bateman-Briermyer fdeceasedj Marcile Heist-McGee CLASS OF 1922 Lola Jones Earl Borden Thomas Borden Grace Smith-Doner Gertrude Fackler-Walls Hamilton McCoy Owen Price Garland Slutterbeck Walter B. Smith Joe Hyman CLASS OF 1923 Delmar Smith Ethel Clark-Myers Thomas Myers Esther Farr Marjory Fackler-Wollenhaupt Melvin McOmber Clara Rager-Miller .Ruth Richey-Jarvis Geraldine Wilson Irvin Friedly CLASS OF 1924 Karl ,Rank Wayne Rowe Dorothy Baldwin-Rowe Grace Bowers-Cupp Ethel Parker-Brien Erwin Price Ada Terry Blondie Leonard CLASS OF 1925 Goldie Mohr Carl Mohr Harold Mohr Purl Rank Taylor Durflinger Gladys Vincent-Graber Opal Fox-Evans Rodger Tossey Kathryn Knerr-Lothanier Kathryn Rodgers-Hymen Clayton Wendel Darrell Hunter Monota Thompson-Edwards CLASS OF 1926 Marion Ralston Erma Kitzenbarger-Gilbert Gay Williamson imarriedj Florine Hyrnen fIT12ll'l'l8CU Ora Clark-Poling Arthur Foust 34 '7Ae Wddcd Ralph Rase Howard Ackley Olive Nochbar-Ralston Berniece Farr-Wilson Elizabeth Ackley Knowles Unger Ruth Vetter-Dunlap Opal Jones-Clouse Earl Smith Ilo Williams-Foust ldeceasedj Romaine Scott-Black Clarence Bohyer Lelta Carey Lillah Foust-Branstrator Russel Jewel Cecil Miller Margaret O'Day-Gallant Menford Yoh Menford Hattery Emma Rager Burton Stemen CLASS OF 1927 Laurence Nihiser Iva Smith-Perry Delton Shaw Kesler lllciford fdeceasedl Gordon Spclbring Helen Shaw-Foltz Francis Heyman Forrest Young Pauline Short-Heyman lclecea Zola Sharfi-er-Long Velma Tyas Mary Bowers Ralph Davis Ruth Sudlow-Growe Darrel Miller Berdinia Young-Shaw Karl Knerr Thomas Snyder Gertrude McClure Harold Ferguson Gladys Vetter-Schnepp Beulah Tarleton-Wilkins Clyde Taylor Emma Berryman-Baker CLASS OF 1928 Raymond Jewel Mark Price Ralph Miller Wayne Balliet Elizabeth Hurst-Thomas Garnet Carey-Haines SQ Lewis Yoh Olive Foust-Myers Loyal Hoaglin Geneva Miller-Sesclorf Helen Heyman-Blank Kenneth Dougal Helen Gephart-Reidenbach fdeceasedl Noel Pease Edna Cashel-Dindot Kenneth Conley Florence Cottingham-Pratt CLASS OF 1929 Burton Dougal Mabel Bruchart-Dindot Helen Ackom Eugene Scott Opal Roat'Perry Elsie Yoh Dorothy Webb-Mohr Muriel Ragan-Clark Erma Barker-McConnel Lucile Ketzenbarger-Hipperly Harold Dougal Irene Hoaglin-Rank Ruth Wilmore-Clark Josephine Rank-Keltner Ilo Schaifner Earl Fiock Edna Rase-Simmons Berdine Hymen-Ray Russel Davis Letha Jacks-Shimp Charles Yoh Dorothy Better-Hammons Paul Ferris Geno Goings-Hutchinson Arthur Grubaugh Ruth Harpster-Allen CLASS OF 1930 Clara Laemmle-Bebout Leland Young Joy Williamson Grace Imler-Logan Carl Bauer Ruby Poling Norris Tyas Norma Eddy-Good Dale Jones Mary Tindall-Ladd Lorene Rice-Pease Kenneth Bohyer Irma Fackler-Nihiser Darrel Hoaglin 7!w Ztldciwz' Grace Fiock-Keyser Wilma Melforcl-Gleason, Alice Hargesheimer-Bailey Ivan Bailey Ruth Foust-Steward Vesta High Charles Motycka CLASS OF 1931 Carl Ragan Neira Grubaugh Ray Lzrubaugh Ruth Missler-Elston Miles Flickinger Lena Hart-Stratton Leota Stemen-Barkcus Juanita Bailey-Conrad Gerald Schnepp Vera Jewell-Stewart Wilma Fox-Rogers CLASS OF 1932 Elizabeth Poling-Miller Byron De Long Frank Mefferd Lucile Richey-Marquis Gale Albright Esther Davis-Painter Marie Bauer-Klages Lucille Pond Lydia Hennis-Schnepp Searle Taylor Mildred Rase-Klinger Philip Hayes Scott Robert Jellison Burnice Ragan Floyd Jacks Lucile Duncan-Neiswander Doyle Duncan Carol Dougal Caroline Lane-Hires CLASS OF 1933 Myron Webb Graydon Dougal Elsie Laemmle-Taylor Philip Hargesheimer Helen Bauer-Schrieder Frances BaueraDeLong Fern Imler Genevieve Borden Erna Imler Myron Hunter Vonna Mae Comer lmarriedj La Rene Hurst-Gorman Charles Kimmey Helen Rank Qmarriedj Amber Tindall imarriedj Luvester Young Mary Stemen-Fiock Pearle Lane Irene Dougal Lois Agler imarriedj Lu Verne Jones fmarriedj Geneva Eddy-Kimmey CLASS OF 1934 Clover Grubaugh Loris Jones-Steele Robert Bauer Lois Spry fmarriedj Carl Miller Grace Erma Showalter-Jones Burnice Murphy-Mohr Marion Bailey Mildred Fiock-Bauer Eloise Foust-Harding Marie Wheeler ldeceasedj CLASS OF 1935 John Motycka. Dean Knerr Mary Evelyn Young Joy Jellison-Clark Gladys High-Tindall Gaylord Stemen Nina Miller-Bollinger Floyd Barker Donald De Long Virginia Hoaglin-Williams CLASS OF 1936 Richard Young Alta Mae Imler Carl Albright Marilee Hargesheirner Lola Smith-Bennett Lois Short-Myers Esther Bauer Boyd Grubaugh Marvel Basil Helen McBride Imogene Spry-Dull Elmer Laemmle Glenn Meiferd Lorene Foust-Dougal CLASS OF 1937 Lucille Compton-Albright I 36 'Me Wddcd Ursula Dougal-Mohr James Davis Helen Adams-Fraylick Elbert Hargesheimer Jr. Lois Flickinger Delmar Young Betheen Grubaugh Robert Fisher Marilynn Foust-McCracken Lela Mae Farr-Laemmle Robert Miller Florence Jones Evelyn Sternen-Jones Gladys Bauer Evelyn Rase-Schmidt Carlos Grubaugh Donna Rice Doris Hunter CLASS OF 1938 Walter Barker Marvel Mefferd-Purk Paul Knerr Norma Bauer Thelma Rodgers-Fisher Clarence Conley Edna McBride Eileen Hoaglin-Gustler Wilbur Eddy Donna Foust-Pollock Robert Purk Dorothy McCoy Wayne Rice Mary Ella Evans CLASS OF 1939 Frances Evans Paul Ramsey Maxine Adams-Booher Wilbur Stemen Robert Rice James Tyas Anita Mae Webb Chas. H. Smith Howard Hoblet Harold Putman Helen Hoelle Maurice McClure Kermit Imler Archie Mason Marie Brown Ruth De Long Herbert Bauer CLASS OF 1940 Juanita Baer Mildred Basil Mary Davis Willard Dougal Miriam Flickinger Charles Hargesheimer Gene Hoaglin Don Knerr Nlaryellen Kneir Karl Laelnmle Dorothy Mason Eloise Miller Phoebe Mt-Candlish Lindsay MCCandlish Grace Murphy Elmer Earl Short Robert Smith Earl Speelman Virginia Stripe Vondale Taylor OOOQ 'CPO CN3CfQOQCN3r'3"3'.OO+3'QC'O 0000 00.043 0000 CND 4 Q : fn 3 3' 2' 0 at r' 2 g. : rn "' N 4 cu H 5 1 3 Q ,.f Q UD T Z g E? 3 S 2 m E: 41 gs E? 5 23 'rl pd 5 ' 5 UQ of 52 Q. 19 3 5 Zi 9 U1 I D, W1 5 C v- Q F0- rn 5 S S- '-S 0 '71 2: - Croc ' ' Qocfocmoooo 2 oaoooaoonoczocnooocfoo-:focfcrcfcz 75 m Q P 5 in U m QI 'D fW m Q' 5 4.1 m F O -'9 'fl 3- 5 m Q- 77? H - rx 5 n Q -1 I- 5 2 2 E, 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 2 O SO 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 25 EZ 2 8 f'! U: S OCX " C 2. 0 :I c m 5 2. cv U5 F3 9 'U ., K 2 V 2. Q. ' V' ... m Z H- 5 on 'L : 01 CD 533 'CJ gg 1' cn 5' 54 5 K ,E -1 91 S E QL Q 1- m Tla fp Q' 4 3' by N P " 3 5? H W fD Q 5 2 5 3 5, 5 an Q C '2 on 3 2 '4 : 4 O3 1 - cn 9' 9 2+ E. v-U 2 A C -0- C -I D- S' g. .- : v Q 5? 4 v -4 1 . F 6 5. QL 5 51 55 QL 3- 5 3 7 " I- 55' 6 2" c 4 " V ' - cf 7 E 3 3 ' in L 7 cn 5 E 8- : 22 E :1 2 :c 0 fl oQoooo oQoooooooooooooocfooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo COMPLIMENTS of Elgin King's Confectionery for SODAS and LUNCHES Van WCIT Ohio Phone 2283 Van Wert, Ohio L. Z. Morris 'Yun ,Wt-ri's First l'nmpl1-te Station' TIRE REl'AlR, IM TT ERY S Ell VICE "WE ISUY llllllEt"l"' Phone 2283 Van Wert, Ohio The Senior Class wishes to express its appreciation to the advertisers who have 'helped make this annual possible. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM CUM PLIM ENTS of Balyeat the Clothier Van Wert Ohio , . , , . , X 'OOOOOOOOOCEOQOQOQCNQOQOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGXQOQQOQ "Was Daniel really such a wise man, Mamma?" asked Willie. "Yes, dear, as wise as Solomon almost." "Well, mother, I bet that Solomon would have done better than Daniel did, anyway." "Why, Willie, what do you mean?l' "I'll bet that Solomon would have had sense enough to charge admis- sion when he went into that lion's den." .lerrold's MlCN'S SHOP-DRESS SHOP Corner Main-Washington Yan Wert, Olrio COMPLIMENTS of Ohio Poultry and Egg Co. 219 S. Walnut Van Wert, Ohio Phone 3233 for ll EST MA RK ET l'Rli'l'l U0lll1llllll0lltS of Carper 8: Hall Lumber Company The Yard with the Complete Sup- ply of Building Supplies Yan Wert, Ohio Phone 2914 N. Shannon St. v " 00004 A' 90 ' ' ' ' 'i"i ' ' OQOu COOQOQC003COC0 C'12"3N3'Q13712H2tC'1C'C'13fC"ilC"3rCNZ"C'O1C'O'3NCff3NCvCNZ'OOC'O.C'O'l'O THE FARMERS GRANARY CO. Grains Hay Straw Seed Coal Wayne Feeds Red Brand Fence Fertilizers Poultry Litters Paints "We sincerely appreciate the opportunity we have of serv ing you." North Market Street Woodland Avenue Phone 2403 Phone 2038 Yan Wert, Ohio fltillllbllllltlllthl of Q UHIPLIM ENTS , of BALYEAT FURNITURE f E Hal V. Hunt COMPANY 3 3 Van Wert Boolc Store Yau Wert. Ohio 8 Sl1H1b1,l'1 Slvlxlnrllpls 3 Y Mr. Schafer was brought before ' the judge for striking the telegraph unxrzrsu. 1z,1+1Ixu1:1NG E Opimfor' .Wh cm M stuka the , .urge-: y c yr ' . AUI10 Sl'ppLllgg telegraph operator?" x 1 x I ons Mr. Schafer: "Why, your honor, it EN-. ll-U0 I. S uni U' ' - was like this. I liamled' him a tele- f gram for my girl and he started to Phone 48 Swttr Ohio F read it, so I just handed him one." 4 O i it COMPLIMENTS The Gunsett Co. of Van Wert, Chic J. C. Penney Co., Inc. W Phone 2837 Van Wert, Ohio 'lf' i , Two small boys were puzzling -HARDWARE , their brains to invent a new game. At last one of them said ea.ge1'ly: -PAINTS A V --sffovlis ' i "I know, Billy, lets see who can make the ugliest face." - +1 ,EC'l' I 'AL SYPPLIES T I I R C "Aw, go on." was the replyf' ePLI'llIBING " Look what a start you've got." DQQGQQQ,.9Q,e,,g,Q.g,.g.mn:-oizfocfmcwaooooocgoooceooooooooooooooo-:foo,ooooooo+:z 3 COMPLIMENTS OF Jimmy had been praying very ' loudly for some Christmas presents. ' 2 Mcformiclc Deering Johnny:"Whz1t are you prayin' for Christmas presents so loud for? The Lord aint deaf." A ' Store Jimmy: "I know it, but grandma ,ik is." " Trucks COMPLIMENTS Tractors Implements of A 'il' Gleason's Tobacco Store .2 Phone M66 222 South Market St. Phone 2701 Van Wert, Ohio 41 vim Wert Ohio 00000000 i" "' 00 'AA'i'A bo 00000000' A oQoQoQ of:roc'oocfocNo-Q-zncw Nc' oo-:Q':'ocN:'cQ:'cwoooco-cwzncffc'-:N:'-:NuIrma.-:Hp-gap O 3 . i Waldo F. Dou al TOITICZGIC S ' 8 Gard C Flowers 8 . Valve-tt. Ohio 5 if 4iliNI'1ll.U.REPXIRINQQ ,gy num' annul lflflxlrlslz wmm 3 wlI,l,um lu'l"l'lcl:llf1s tg PICNNZOII, Ll'l!lill'.VI'l0N f l".KlUl IDIHINMEIC Hurslr Hotel liuileling Qt, Plume 2863 Post Office 3 Van Wert, R. R. 3 VAN WICIVI' 11110119 .- 34911 OOIOOOOOOOOO0OO'OOOOOOOQ bOXO0OOWQOOCOCOOC0OO0QO'C'OOCzOQ The om.-, u. s. certified I White Leghorns SCOU EQUWY Q Fred A. Johnson Exchange . lcvlclu' vnlvli SICIRYISID ln' - lk. 0. P. t'0I'lilClll'Il. Co. Blond testi-cl and culled by our 3 u1l'iCia1 agency 'rms F,xlu1lf:l:'s l'Il.l'IY.Vl'0ll 3 A OO'XfOvOOOOOO'EfZwC0OO 2 1'0Ml'Ll'Nll'IN'l'S if 3 3 of 2 Burton R. Hougliu, Mgr. S N Y D E R t S E5 Grain. Se-owl. Ciiill. F1-vel Ei 2 l'lAl'l'IlIX4i mm lfoo'l'wl4:.u: l'4-tlwnlm-11111 l'ro4lulctw 35: SCUTIIN. Eg COIIYHY, Ohio OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCNZPOCPOOOO O0 OOCfCvCN2'CNC'OOOOOOOOOO4CPOOOOO KILGGRE BROS. Phone 32 L GARAGE and MACHINE SHOP j Auto Ilepnii-ing'-Auto Supplies . Exiile Iiaittery S1-Nice Station Q Electrical Service Station ' Convoy Ohio p Mobile Oils T' OQOQOQOQOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCHOCQ 6 WHERE PRICE ,IND QUALITY 3 GO HAND IN HAND The Convoy Equity Exchange Co. y Convoy, Ohio . ' . L .,.w. Mrs. DeLong: "Earl, I wish that . you would eat off by yourself in- stead of with the summer board- . ers." f Earl: "Why, mother? Isn't my so- ciety good enough for them?" Mrs. DeLong: "Your society's all right, but your appetite sets a terri- ble example." BETTER GAS and OILS 3 "Our products are just what our f name says. If there is any better . we have it." TRY US MAIN AND WAYNE STREET Van Wert, Ohio I j One summer there was an abund- ance of hay so that on the McOmber farm it had to be stacked outside. Dale was on top when the stack was linished. Dale: "Dad, how am I going to get down? This is awfully high." Dad: "Oh. Just shut your eyes and walk around a bit." CoMPLmENTs OF- G. M. Glancy 8: Son Publishers Sigrnal-News liOIllllI,t'I'l'ItlI Printing of All Kinds Convoy, Ohio WILLIMAN 8: SONS torn sL'PER ssiiviun F-oon Mii1:.Kic'r "EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD TO EAT" Yan Wert, Ohio Convoy. Ohio Clarics Shoe Store 'lf' 91 Years In VAN WERT. OHIO Shoes Fiitted By X-Ray oofvc--ao52,oooceac'ocfoocvoooo cfooooofzfooo-:ro-so Wilson 8: Girod ' Hardware Zz! Tl1e Agler Studio sie 'T' win LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS l GENERAL HARDWARE I and STOVES 'Ir' VAN WERT, OHIO 3 5 "Theres not much difference. Let a man get up at 4 ol'clock and l1e'll crow all day about it, too." 'Alt Lsn't dying an old maid that I O0 worries the girls-it's living that l e way." 3 3 COMPLIMENTS of 3 3 Hines Drug Store 3 Van Wert .1. Specialists in Photos oi Distinction 'If VAN WERT, OHIO Haviland Grain Co Buyers of Grain, Beans ancl Seeds 'If Elevators at Havilauul, iil'tlV0l' Hill. :mal Laffy "We truckyour grain to the elevator" fir Phone, Collect for best Price Paid C'QC"C!0QCNC"f'C'OO0C'00CPOC'0C'OO0C'O0Ck00 OQOQCQO , O0 Herff-Jones Co. 3 fb 3 Designers and Manufacturers of School null Follvuv .Iowa-lry. Hranlu- 0 ation Allll0llll1'4'llIl'lltS. Mcslals. Cups: jg illltl Tropliios fir W indianapolis, indiana -1 Jewell-l's to l'nion t't-ntrnlizeql Sflltltil R. J. Dicken, Representative A CONGRATILATIUN to the CLASS UF 1941 from Freclc 8: Schaberg Convoy Ohio oooo,ooc-ooooooo :sooo woe so as oo COMl'LlMl'IN'l'S , of Hall Lumber 8: Coal Co. Convoy, Ohio A , , , O . 'POOOQvOC'OvOO0OQC'CPOCQQOO0OOOOOOOOOOChO0CfOOO0OOOO0O0 t'0Ml'lilMl'1X'I'S OF i Community Oil 8: Gas Co. 120 N. Market St. - Van Wert, Ohio f We wish to exti-ml our sincerest tlnmlis for allowing' us to he-lp or- f grnnize your IMNID and ClIIl2,'l'iltlliil- tions to the FIASS of '4l. . Alexancler Music Co. Van Wert, Ohio i 220 E. Main St. Phone 2771 Q Ernie Rickard had just taken his first airplane ride. When he Caine flown he said: "Thank you, pilot, for those two rides." "Two rides?" asked the pilot, "You'Ve only had one ride." "No Sir, two. My first and my last." Mattie Rhinehalt l:E.xl'TY snovrlc P1'l'lllillll'llt Waves Finger Waves Slminpoos lletty .lean 'l'1'ainf-ll Operator Phone 7-F-12 Scott, Ohio O OQO00Q00'9O0QO0OOOQ00O0O0 oQOQOQOQl?o.OQo':'Oc'OO'DOcN:":":'Q0F:NQ1:rQpy:r4:N:N:N:H:l1:PCP1:'4:PCN:7 f3N3,t3..3M,,.,, -r tv MOLLENKOPF 1. -Q IMPLEMENT CO. Me-nnlnzlxo s.u,i:s 3 and sniavieis Phone 1520 Convoy, ohio 3 N. P. White Motor Sales 3 ' OO D0 IMI Fr-l'LYMOil"l' H Portable Welding Electric Arc and Acetylene Welding A. A. Welding Shop elf Nil . lS1""- ' , , sl 6 tml HHH 3 0l'l'll 0. 'Frlnllrle Cars and Truclis H h 3 111 E. Crawlorcl St. Walnut at Central Ave. 3 g Van Wert, Ohio Van Wert, Ohio Phone 21,194 ' ' FLUYD ll. ' , Kenny S Lockers 994 'T' 3 Convoy. Ohio FORD FARS :mel 'l'Rl't'liS ig We sold your ilzul his tir-st Ford , -vwhy not you? hUU'H1"1'iW' Salesman tto elevator hoyl This 'H 1 u ' hook will help you run your elevat- 5l0RfU"l'1 or. See, there is a whole chapter on t elevators. C I M It Q .Boyz "Don't want no help to run ete ar et H the elevator. It runs-all right now omp 3 Salesman: "But, this will help you 3 to run it hetter. You will know Haviland' 0. ' twice as much when you get ' . through. g Boy: "No, hoss, that's just it. I Phone 28 3 know more now than I get paiml 3 for." 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V in the world oofmooo-:foo-:ro-csooocfoofzvce:--:foam-fans-:foooo1:'of:fc'cfcH:fcfocff:'cfo-:'cfcN:f-:fo-:Poco-:roof L. G. Balfour Co. slr BIilllllfilCflll'ill2' Jewelers amil Stzltioiu-l's to Schools und 1'0ll4'2,'0S Attlelaoro, Massachusetts fl0llllll0lli'0lll0llt Iiivifatioiis for Senior Class of l'nion Twp. School are Balfour Mzule Ilepreseiiteml hy-Fi. L. Wallace liox 123 Tolealo. Ohio OQOQC'OOOC'0OCrOOOOC'OC'OCNl'OO 00019 'INS The Jack 8x Jill Kiciclie Shop Everything In Infants' and llillilll'0ll'h llilblllilljl' 108 N. Washington Yan Wort. Ohio :N:ff:H:v':N:fcH:vc-zwtffzrcaze "My poor fellow," said the lacly, "here is a quarter for you. Goodness gracious, it niust he rlreacli'ul to he lame, but just think how much worse it would be if you were blind." "Yer right, lady," agreed the heu- gaif, "when I was lnlinil I was always getting counterfeit money." 0 3 Neeciler Music House l Yun Wort. Uhio "Music in Everything' Everything in Music" 'I Don Unflerwoosl 3 ' ooooooc-ooooooooooooooooooc-oo COMPLIMENTS 5 of 3 Frigicl Loclcers Service f 214 Pl. Central Ave. 3 fan Qlf, . lg V W ' O E'4Ct'CfQC'1ZhO'C'C'CkC'OCNl'OOO0C'0CND'I'C"2POC'O'C'0 3 O 3 3 "Isn't it Z1 pity," she said to the 3 movie star, "that handsome men are 13 always conceite4l?" lg "Not always, little girl," he sziiil. 3 "Im not." 3 3 -2 Q C'0CPCtCNC"l'0C'OCNClCHCv'CvOOCvCND1C'CtCv0C'C'CNCP 3 3 Rucklos Barber shop 3 3 ll.llll1'I"l'S em' 3 3 .4 L . K X 3 'Ill 9 M1rl'et 3 Vzin Wert, O. 5 OQOQQQOOXO0OCXCHCROOOOOOOOOOOOCPOE'CtC'0C'OOOO0'lNZ"I'OC'O'3NDO0CfOOOOO'1P0OO 3 2: 5 5 3 IS' S 3 3 15 3 EC Os: 3 2 3 3 3 3, 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Q C E Po 5 Z F1 Z A U1 oooooaoo 0 O E 'U ga Z E P1 Z Pi U: 31 ,W I- 2 rn I- T on Z IP no K rn -1 f FRESH and SMOKED MEATS Van Wert Bootery Uusfoin Bllfclle1'i11g' A ' Convoy, Ohio UHIPLIMENTS UF Ll6Hlj young. lacliff' Said the . cleigyman, in a grieved tone to a i . young lacly 173 playing some of the Q latest jazz on the piano, "Have you i ever hezlrcl of the Ten Command Q ments?" Convoy, Ohio "No, Whistle a few bars and I'll g See if I can play it for you." Ada's Sandwich Shop 'l COMPLIMENTS TRY I'S of 139 IC. 1'e-ntrul Ave. Ya W 't . H' 9' The Ohio Power Co. Ada M. Barga. ' . e ,e... O0 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo COMPLIMENTS 0Hl0-INDIANA of Colm HYISRIDS The Balyeat C . Poncl Seed ompany Coal and Builders Co- Scfitt-, 1,0 0043000' ' OC-OO' OE "i' "A' 3 L I 5 f z fs Q 2 . Q 'E Q. Ls Zi A E 5. 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'7Ae waded Zin Memoriam Agnes Bauer 1922-1933 William McCoy 1922-1938 We the class. of nineteen hundred forty-one do hereby pay tribute to two former classmates, Agnes Bauer and Billy McCoy who during our school days have gone to their infinite peace. Agnes left us while we were in the third grade. Billy said good-bye in our freshman year. These two dear classmates left their impressions not in presence, books and things, but. in the hearts oif the many classmates with whom they came in contact. We all mourned their passing yet are assured that they will live in our I11GI11OI'lQS. On the fair pages of this book Two names we fain would trace, As memory recalls to us, These well-loved schoolmates' faces. Though scarce embarked upon life's road. Death beckoned them away! But in our hearts they are enshrined, These friends. lovable and gay. l l ai ll lf 743 Zddclcd Ria' E? OUR SCHOGL Union Township School was huilt in 1916. It was the first centralized school in Van Wert County and for a number of years accepted students from what is now the Hoaglin-Jackson school district. In 1936 the addition of a modern gymnasium and auditorium was coinipletedl Part of the old gymnasi- um was remodeled for a shop. In 1940 another reniodeling took place to ac- commodate both elassrooni and shop fora vocational agriculture department. Shruhbery has been added and we now have a school of which we are justly proud. SFHUOL SONG With our banners waving ever, U. H., U. H., Rah. We will always fight forever, Uniong Union: Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah. We will always wave the banner of our dear old' school. We will always light, fight, light, for that"s our rule.


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