Union Township High School - Caravan Yearbook (Howard County, IN)

 - Class of 1943

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Bookkeeping, Typing, Shorthand, General Business, Coach Junior High Basketball Third Row DON ODLE, coach Taylor University B. S. History, Civics, Health, Biology, Physical Education EVA I. WADSWORTH Jordan Conservatory B. M. Home Economics, Music, Art WILLIAM MILLER Arithmetic Science 7-8 History, Agriculture--8 yu A I A 4 - , 1,14 ne- . - AF? A is e. .nr U ' -K, , o 4 ffw f L :i ,, -ok 'NDN WSE Q A nfkik X., . ,NL 5 x WV., 'B' ' ' M ' W1 T' L5,.J.siJ1s-v, ,fff:vq,.::"-ffl..sgW I ' , H 1-fm--iq -,VE sf .Q - ...q .Q rv- 'ii .., 1-ITZTQ - --::"' ,- +....f - ,,.. - A Y f .1- '24- -..F I y 4' FB fS 0 , ,s. - 2 'I Qi . W 4 , V gffarnzlig Auingraphz i ce f Q i f ' " S ' x Xu eb 4 cf 5 a pe , 5 S if 1, A 5 1 QQ F . E yi R fi in -fr .flu f ,. 4 I V 9 7 if I4 l sl I4 Q fl xv I4 sl fl v sl al sb 2 sb Q Y A7 Al X1 Al xv fl ye A Q A X. fl N1 47 W IA X. 4 1 V n X 1 4 x I :il 1 'o X1 14, xv vf in gs Q: K5 Q: . 5X Q: fe v fe A Q t -K: N as bxuxwf.. 1 g 6, FACULTY CHANGES X The faculty has undergone several changes during the course of the iv past school term. Mr. Buroker was our first history teacher and coach. ' 4 Mr. Gilbert was our science and agriculture teacher. ei if Mr. Buroker left to take a principal's job at Jackson and Mr. Phares ex, replaced him as history teacher. ,, W , Mr. Gilbert left for the Army and Mr. Odom taught in his place V C5 and ,was also coach, but his farm, duties needed his constant attention Y so he felt that he must take care of them. Mrs. Burolter took his place . Q: as chemistry teacher and Mr. Singer took over the agriculture classes. ., A At Christmas Mr. Phares left for a teaching position in Greentown. Wq.Li.:g. A He was replaced by Mr. Odlc, a young college graduate, who was also ' 'Mir' a coach. f Early the last semester Mr. Miller joined the faculty as seventh and ' eighth grade history, mathematics, and science teacher. . Mrs. L. E. Singer, who had taught six yearss before her marriage, was substitute teacher whenever it was necessary. G . . cl I 5 If fa - V I2 ,K if sb B hx . ' C7 Qi - . cs - ' 1 X V . r . Y , 4 . 2 .-, .3123-. A. gp.. - . 5 Sri l SCHOOL BUSES Due to the efficiency and regularity of our hack drivers, our stu- dents of Union High School arrive promptly each morning. Our bus drivers are: Mr. Kirkpatrick Mr. Everett Smith Mr. Ray Hill Mr. Virgil Hickman Mr. Arlie McGraw Mr. Arlie Farrington SCHOOL BUILDING Situated on a country road stands a brick structure surrounded by a fence of hedge. One's first impression is a lonely school house in the middle of nowhere. But if one were to know of its students and faculty you would soon rate this high school building as one of the greatest contributions to Union Township. We are proud of our school. COOK Mrs. L. E. Singer, our cook, has provided the students with warm meals each day. This service we appreciate. She also has served as substitute teacher when one was needed. She had taught six years before she was married. JANITOR Mr. Fred Little, our janitor, has very conscientiously fulfilled his duties to the school. Always busy, he has kept our schoolhouse very presentable. ll fi.. 4- X x -4:,. 0 ,. M9 5 -L, ' f Cx rj yy . df- 'xxx Y 'RQ V Oure BUILCUNCQ Our, TRANSPO RTATIO N OURCooK RS. Siwgm AN :Tok n.?rrLf -, , ,, - --1: ,,,,, , - Y ,4 , A QQ, ' 'Sf - 1.22 'l 5 J J ap' 4. ... -f-. .-.. . .... . -M .4..V. -- .,,.-. ..- .z,.v ..,.. . . .. ., Es :Zin I W 2: ,V fl! ': Qi 47 rl li ga Au ,- Q' ,J .. . ,..- '-v J. fb-1 fl, '43 1--wg .fl .L JM y Y.. 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M., nfl' ' ',Q iii' HV", U ' '- 4 1 ' ,af ,, " "' S143 . . ., fy I 'A' QE, V- 1 , ' N,-NM " W Xl ,ff w SEEIIIIIHS 5353218 , 2 - :I , , t w, f H132 I FRANCIS CARLILE Physical Education 1-2 Military Training 4 Basketball 3-4 Aunt Lettyis Niece 3 Under Western Skies 4 ,Minstrel 4 Unionette Staff 4 JOHN THOMAS HOBAN Entered from Jackson, 4 Basketball, 4 Under Western Skies, 4 Military Training, 4 EUGENE KINGERY Basketball, 3-4 Baseball, 3-4 Aunt Letty's Niece, 3 Physical Education, 1-Z Military Training, 4 Under Western Skies, 4 Unionette Staff, 3-4 Year Book Representative, 4 GERALDINE MCGRAW Glee Club, 1-2-3-4 Orchestra, 2-3 Aunt Letty's Niece, 3 Under Western Operettas, Z-3 4-H Club, 1-2 Physical Education, 1-2 Military Training, 4 Latin Club, 2 MURLEA LEE Glee Club, 1-2-3 Skies, 4 4-H, 1-2-3 Unionette Staff, 3 Operetta, 3 Student Council, 4 Latin Club, Z Under Western Skies, 4 ilvlilitary Training, 4 Art, 4 Physical Education, 1-Z FREDA ELLIS Glee Club, 1-2-3 Orchestra, 2 Aunt Letty's Niece, 3 Under Western Skies, 4 4-H Club, 1-Z-3-4g President, 4 Operetta, 2-3 Physical Education, 1-Z Military Training, 4 Class President, 4 Staff, 4 R C HA RLES BALLMAN Basketball, l-2-3-4 Staff, 4 President of 4-H, 4 Baseball, 3-4 Military Training, 4 Under Western Skies, 4 Unionette Staff, 4 OBERT KIRKPATRICK Baseball, 4 Basketball, Z-3-4 Glee Club, 1 Physical Education, 1-Z Military Training, 4 Aunt Letty's Niece, 3 Basketball, 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Aunt Lettys Niece 3 Physical Education 12 Vice President Z FLOYD MCKINNEY Glee Club 12 Physical Education, 1-2 Baseball, 2-3-43 Manager, 'Military Training, 4 Minstrels, 1-2-3-4 Aunt Letty's Niece, 3 Under Western Skies, 4 Unionette Staff, 3-4 Under Western Skies, 4 WALTER WIMMER C O R AL FELLOW Glee Club, 1-Z-3 Orchestra, 2-3 Aunt Letty's Niece, 3 Under Western Skies, 4 Operetta, 2-3 4-1-1 Club, 1-2-3 Physical Education, 1-2 Military Training, 4 Unionette Staff Editor, 4 President of Class, 3 UTH EILEEN LONG Operetta, 2-3 Glee Club, 1-Z-3-4 Orchestra, Z-3 Art, 4 4-H Club, 2 Under Western Skies, 4 Unionette Staff, 3 Editor of Year Book, 4 Military Training, 4 Physical Education, 1-2 Latin Club, 2 Secretary of Class, 3 1 1-ffff' 12 Q B ..f.,5 EH n 4 A ,:,If'w-ww -' -' I? 4 f -2 4451 :+A ji 1 """" -M-' if R355 5 -A '75 ' . . . mx!-b ,..k 'll , A g ., W 'GV' J- is ,lu . x . -nf 5. cwyw 5 L4 'fl K A ' .-lu, QE A - 2. ff QW 2,1 , 1 "':, ' 1 X Y ' if Nw 53 5 I 1 M - K x 1 5 . 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In our freshman year we met with two more new students. They were Floyd McKinney and Francis Carlile. john Hoban and Charles Ballrnan enrolled in our class during our last lap. In our junior year the class presented "Aunt Letry's Nieceff During our Senior year wq presented "Under Westem Skies." Both plays proved that the class had much dramatic talent. ? When juniors, the class gave the Seniors a reception at Marion. The Seniors won the class tourney in '43 from the Juniors. This was the first time our class had ever captured the championship. The Scrap Drive contest was also won by the Seniors of '43. The Student Council, a new organization in the school, was started by the Senior class. As we, the graduates of '43, look back over our school days, we realize that afteri all our hard work and sacrifices, we have gained a great and worth while victory. Ax , c cy S t e - - I - -1, 1 -..1:..:5 :- Y J ,,.-.,,.. .1- -,A- , ,W LE' 11-1'-Ei. 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' es I, Walter Wimmer, bequeath to Don Spencer my position as catcher Ia ' on the baseball team. I, Floyd McKinney, bequeath to anyone who can do a better job 4, of it, my position on the basketball team as bench warmer. V ef I, Eugene Kingery, bequeath my position on the basketball team to Farrell Heathcoate. See if you can't do a better job Farrell. I ge I, Robert Kirkpatrick, bequeath my basketball suit to Max Downing. 19 Make good use of it Max. ce I, Charles Ballman, bequeath my curly hair to Phillip Hall. I hope it lasts longer than those put up jobs you've been getting., , I, Francis Carlile, bequeath my ability to make at least a C or D average, so that you can show the boys how to play basketball next year. cl Come on Chuck we all know you can do it. ,g . tr 1 I, John T. Hoban, bequeath Joe Bryant my place as 'Lightingn in I Agriculture Class. 9, We, the Seniors, bequeath to all the members of the High School I Q: many happy years full of exciting experiences. Among the things we 4, " retain are our memory of and our loyalty to old Union High School. X' 2, f Cv, -'91 Gr sh 5 A if Q, if aj ' - . -' e 1 f 1 e':f:Pg1f1'1:,t- ' i ..,,. -- 1 3 I i' .1 " v A w- - v o an to ni , . f M vet -.f., A ' z ,TL :r '11 . 1' -A Q2f 1i 31-'L 3 , ai , f5Xx,s.,- r E .A p J V I , -L, g Y N, , W, , -lr ,, , fM,.-. ,f . V -- ,,... , .' . . 4 ' 1- - . V SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY The members of the 1943 graduatxng class of Union Hxgh School have chosen vanous careers Much credxt for thexr success goes to the mxtxatxve and orlgmalrty of the xndxvxdual student Of course they were xnspxred by the superb guxdance gxven by the faculty members of Umon Hrgh School As I was returmng from Mars I saw a very touching sxght Ftrst I w1ll explam what I was doing nn Mars Umon Township was sponsoring a trxp ln one of Amerzcas best Stratxsphexe Sh ps They needed some dope to fly the thmg so I was the gal Anyway I was on my way back . and I was flymg over apan I was surprised, to see that the war was ovcx wxth the Allxes as vxctors I dxscovered later that I had been on my trtp for ten years I flew a lrttle lower and who do you thunk I saw wlth lots of ' little Japanese chnldren around her It was Ruth Exleen Long She was domg the proud work of a mtsnonary to Japan and was domg a good V X job I,found a place to land and went over to talk to her She sand she was very happy with her tmssxonary husband Then I flew back to Umon Township and thought about all the Senxors that had graduated wzth Ruth and decxded to look them up After fmxshmg a short Agrxculrural course at Purdue Robert Km: patrxclc took his wxfe Wllda and opened a new fneld of Artxcholces ,, Robert is now one of the most successful farmers of Howard County I learned from Robert where Freda Ellzs s She 1s a secretary to Mr Brown and IS helpmg hum to run hrs hatchery Mr Brown s business has grown to be the largest xn the Umted States I learned from Freda where her old frxend Ocal Fellow rs She IS the wxfe of a college professor She rs a delrghtful hostess and ms stecl that I stay all night and meet her husband ln the evenmg She told me she just had a letter from her old flame Charles Ballman and he as an Electrxcal Engmeer for Montgomery Ward Company of Chxcago H makes frequent trxps to the Kokomo store and of course goes to Green town to see all his old girl frxends I went back to Greentown and while loafmg around town I saw a bright red Buxck converttble drrve up and parl: The car had every du dad on xt anyone could thmk of It was John Hobart and he xs runxung the Kroger store there He has a nxce lrne of canned goods and fresh frults and vegetables So 1f you ever want any food be sure and get xt at john Hobans store q .s be v r Q. Q9 . Q - 4 f is ab 1 C5 sl R Pg I .uy.. S , 4, X -ea, fs . , P . J A . 1 ' - L .Q X SGA a '. i J -. y W s ci I. p ., . . q W ' . . .U '. ' iw T , . 5 ' it . . , 1 1 f le . ' l ' N9 fe ' . Q ' ' f al al 5. , 7 Qa- a Q A If an of an "fY'?1e.:: W twin- Y su 1 Jk'1.bY""-4""Qly ,Q-V vl ni-1-as..a...........- --- Speaking of cars everyone has heard of the new Wimmer. Walter Wimmer from U.H.S. invented it. It is the new plastic model and is very popular with all classes of people. This car has made Mr. Wimmer a millionaire but he isn't stuck up at all. He talked to me just as if I were his old gal. Eugene Kingery has taken over his father's office and while his father specialized in horses, he specializes in cows. He told me that he was very happily married to Barbara Fowler and was living in Greentown. Did you know that Adean McGraw, the movie actress, is Geraldine McGraw from Union Township? I went out to Hollywood to see her and she is so glamororus she almost sparkles. She was very nice to me. Men break their necks to see her but that dosen't bother her at all. Francis Carlile and Floyd McKinney have gone into partnership in the old business in Oklahoma, but every one has heard of the Carlile and McKinney millions, so their is no need to tell you all the details. They. live together and arc very happy. They told me they both wanted Juanita Miller but couldn't have her because she married another guy, so they are both confirmed bachelors. I thought I had surely covered all the Seniors when I happened to think of Murlea Lee. I couldn't imagine where she was but I was de- termined to find out. I finally found her in Phlox taking care of her grandmother and sewing for herself. She also sews for some very distinguished people. She has celebrities come to her from as far as New York for clothes. She is rapidly growing wealthy and she says sometime she is going to open a, dress shop in Jerome. 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' 5 i .X ,Z , .. fx 1 4, ' Vw, :X 1' 'xt Q "nh -'Q Q , :M . ,V 'iw 1' 1 L r 1' 46, f V H F' ".. X X r x 14,1 HQ, 03 ,Q K ff ji f N w, . , 1 5. ,.:, f JUNIOR CLASS Front Row Back Row Joe Bryant Wendell Myers Farrel Heathcoate James Johns Florence Parsons Marieta Smith Margaret Ann Singer Ruth Shelton Philip Hall Betty McCoy Charles Hill Wanda DeWitt Mrs. Barr SOPHOMORE CLASS Front Row Back Row Mary Lou Clifton Minardean Foland Novice Smith Shirley Myers Rosemary Mohler Patty Kepner Doris Swope Howard Lord Donald Spencer junior Harrell Mr. Odle Christopher Lamb LaVern Utterback Oris Lord R , N x N WW. ',, , Si My Xa ,N ,x X, 13 Y, K 51 1 1 sz 1 fx X4 Q ii 1 Ki I al WW t'21fQ2"Qfff'f:Mwmwwfwwwfffw ww, "MSHA W W V - -M . . ., , A .f ?, L ff , . I A K -- .1 - ..-. ,, .Y N .-, -, ,V :rg '5 -Q " :E 1 f ff' " Bai if Q 4 l xl 1' T 22 ,R 5 .ha :A ja: 1 , Lu f ' N .xl L . 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Wendell Meyers entered M U.H.S. at Christmas time. 3 Tuesday night, March 2, the Juniors had a party at the home if u 1 of Margaret Singer. The evening was spent in playing games. Refresh- V cg ments of ice creem and sandwiches and cake were served. Mrs. Barr, the 43 . . ' IT L ' class sponsor wa there with Mr. Barr. The evening was enjoyed by all. N' - Q9 Fi-iaey night, ' December 11, the Junior class held their play ' "Ignorance 'Is Bliss". The play was a comedy of three acts. All the mem- T V ex bers took part in the play. Mrs. Barr was our director. I4 9 On October 31, the annual Fall Festival was held at the school build- ml X ing. The Juniors had the bingo stand and a calce walk. They tool: in I , 67 nearly 812, which was the most of any class. -:eg B ' Saturday night, April 10, the Junior class held a reception for the A l cv Seniors. The reception was held in the well decorated gymnasium. The G, 37,55 Senior class colors of red, white, and blue were used. Red roses were 'T-l Kg given to every Senior. At 9:30 the Juniors took the Seniors to Kokomo gy " to attend a mid-night show. , N' l' Class offieen 6- President Joe Bryant . . . News Reporter Margaret Singer Q Y Vice-President Charles Hill . . . Sponsor Mrs. Charlotte Barr N' Secretary and Treasurer Esther Reed if ffl AL IA i sl . D Q, K ., we e s' 1 CTN I xv., 2? sb . , A eeee e 1 'e -fi -' +I! M4 Q i SOPHOMORES OF 1942-43 At the beginning of the school term 1942, the Sophomores had thirteen members in their class. At the end of the first semester Robert Deering moved away. The second semester Marilou Clifton and Shirley Jane Myers joined the class to make fourteen members. In the scrap drive the school held to help in the war effort, the Sophomores ranked second place. On Wednesday, February 17, 1943, the Sophomores had a valen- tine party at the home of Shirley Jane Myers. The evening was spent in playing games and distribution of valentines. 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W,..,.M A X W7 ff? ziff- JA- , ly 'l Q 7 'L x FRESHMAN CLASS Front Row Back Row Virgil Kepner Patty Hewitt Jo Ann Mohler Barbara Fowler Rosey Shelton Wilde Gentis Juanita Miller Rosalea Lamberson Front Row Forest Foland Robert Myers Max Kingery Max Downing Front Row Mr. Brown John McGraw Robert Gross Robert Johns Robert Frazier Joe Swope Philip Hood EIGHTH GRADE Back Row Miss Wadsworth Mary Ann Hickman Robert Helms Darlene King Julia Swope SEVENTH GRADE Back Row Robert Graf Billie Farrar Mary Jane Gross Evelyn Sinnamon Melbadean Foland Venetra Loucks Josephine Scott Eugene Murphy Mr. Miller Oscar Bowen Theron Brown Melvin Myers ' 'gn Radf I4 . WSL L ER 8gl?AdE Miss WAJS woRTh lEkEShMAN CLASS NR. BRowN ig- -r . ,- .ww Kr pw , f 9- vg'lf'l-"'57S?dJ5?ig9iw' " div wif, 'V .Af Y' . 544. .u. A. Q 8? gf 5? ,, gi gi gf gg! gl gi gl g! if ,, 5 G5 P gi .x- ii - x S r A S! 1 V 5 Q, f B E Sz o? ' 19 '5 FIFTH AND SIXTH CLASS Front Row Lawrence Hudson Lee Moorm-an Marvin Brown Paul Teter Franklin Foland Billie Clifton Ivan Richardson Second Row Irene Wolford Susie Lamb ,Nida Farrer Joann Gross Miriam Graff Anna Mae Passwater THIRD Front Row Douglas Hinkle Bruce Tullis joseph Downs Charles Rosenheimer Robert Hinkle Roy King Second Row Roberta Murphy Phyllis Teter Barbara Passwater Judith Conway Jacklin Hood Lorinelle Hinds Carolyn Sue Conway FIRS First Row Richard Downs Kenneth Wolford Leon Richardson Jackie Downing Dale Brenton Bobby Farrer James Edward Glass Second Row Loretta Armfield Alberta June Kennedy Patricia Hinkle Susiebelle Hatfield Maud Miller Leota Smith Donna Jean Scott ck Row Mr. Echelbarger Max Mohler Thomas Sartain Max Harrell Lowell Kennedy David Hire Ray King Max Smith Gene Rosier Roscoe Sartain Charles Bridges AND FOURTH CLASS Carolyn Downs Doris Richardson lr Row c Mary Ellen Colescott Charles Echelbarger Marion Ellis Gene Wimmer Horace Shelton Miss Pugh Paul Myers junior Shelton Tommy Farrer 'awrence Hensley jenny Sartain T AND SECOND GRADES Marilyn Rominger Mary Ruth Miller Carolyn Sue Mitchell Nancy Joan Colescott kRow c Rose Marie Gross Harold Eugene Glass Harold Corn Raymond Riddell Mrs. Buroker Jackie Riddell Tommy Shelton Leticia Hire T , a 3 fx w gy!! 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U14 w- :ma1x..1D.- v ,,. - 1' - ,, o gi ff Gs gf as is 62? 41? K? gi - W gi Sa 41 Q v gr L VK 3 F 4 fa QL v 6' fa m v in ,x 5: 46 sl 41 Qs 'I "FRESHMEN" President, Phil Hood. Vice President, Robert Gross Secretary and Treasurer, Wilda Gentis Sponsor, Mr. Brown. Freshmen Class History Last September, thirteen students entered Union High School as Freshmen. Wlien we first appeared, the Seniors seemed to think that we were not anything out of the ordinary. But the Seniors learned that we know what we want to do and that we are successfully making a place in Union High that will not soon be forgotten. The "Unionette', and the "Caravan,, have had some of our talented representatives, who gladly have rendered their literary services. We were represented on the Student Council. We have three more years in U.H.S. and mean to worlt for the benefit of the school we love and give it our support. Officers- EIGHTH GRADE The eighth grade consisted of seven members the first semester and two additional members the second semester making a total of nine mem- bers. At the end of the first semester we lost one member, jerry Lee. Our sponsor was Miss Wadsworth. Our class officers were as follows: President ................... --- --- Max Downing Vice President ............. ..... D avid Long Secretary and Treasurer ....... ...... M ax Kingery Student Council ,, .... Bobby Myers Year Book .................................... Julia Swope Our class held a party at the home of Forest Poland on December 19, 1942. There were seven members of the eighth grade class present, with Mr. Singer as our sponsor. The seventh grade was cur guests. The seventh and eighth grades had a party at the home of Mary Jane Gross on February 2, 1943, ,There were twenty members present, with Mr. Odle, as sponsor. The party was in honor of Harold Ballman who left the seventh grade. SEVENTH GRADE The Seventh grade had a class party at the home of Mary Jane Gross. Refreshments were served and several games were played. Mr. Odle was there but neither of the sponsor teachers were able to attend. During the scrap drive, Bob Graf, Harold Ballman and Max Kingery went around to the homes of the pupils in the seventh grade and collected scrap for which we received S11 for it. The class officers were as follows: Eugene Murphy ................ - - - - - - ..... President Theron Brown .......... ..... - - Vice President Melvin Myers .... ....... ..... - .. Secretary Evevlyn Sinnarnon --- --- News Reporter x If " JA i f ' , ,, , .-.lp f 1' X ' Wien fra y . . I + it ,gi . in Q .. QL54' fx . L W I f.:f Q.. . x yi..v.M x , - is : , 'in- F I I '- . ' i ll . .ink A 1 vw f' a , . I' , x qi? K li!!! N, xxx . ,, JJ P 4 fil' cg.: A '- 1 T HF 2 'aku '. Fr' " 4 1 W.. BASKET BALL TEAM Front Row Francis Carlile Wendell Myers Howard Lord Melvin McGraw Robert Gross Philip Hood Back Row Mr. Odel, Coach Junior Harrell Robert Kirkpatrick Eugene Kingery Joe Bryant Charles Ballrnan Mr. Singer, Prin. BASE BALL TEAM Front Row Robert Gross Robert Kirkpatrick Eugene Kingery Johnny McGraw Wfendell Myers Howard Lord Philip Hood' Back Row Mr. Oclle Donald Spencer Charles Ballman Floyd McKinney John Hoban Walter Wimmer Charles Hill Mr. Singer, principal J oe Bryant JUNIOR HIGH BASKET BALL TEAM Front Row Back Row Max Downing Robert Graf ,Robert Helms Robert Myers Eugene Murphy Forest Foland Billie Farrer Max Kingery Virgil Kepner Melvin Myers Theron Brown Mr. Brown, coach Sf' X. ii.. i m Lx' .,-W Ly.. V' .'?' an r NH ""'v!5:' . -aw-V-'gen Qi 5 'sf Xb S E, 5 5, ? 5 ? Q. av 5 ?' 5 F ir s 39 V fsmfrzuu 4 ,, 9 .,n -'Q LJ, 51 L" fWR. iq 0dLe A: an-. fqg. Ssqgen Q 3. E, E ' 3 5n , i? dUNaoR Hgh ,JL 3. I ni' 9? li 1 sn Y . BASEBALL 2- P4a. A OdLs H 1? EP .4-......n mL,ax.4n.f ..f4l...n, Gm nk. S1 nh. we1L.,d::-K.Lveh..,m...,,.,az1 ., Q, V ah A f- , .. N, 45, P4n. Bkoww f 4 H .A .5 4:- 'A 34 I f A I 4 1 E 1 .ng - 3 2 . 'I A A G sb G? 4 it ey I3 lv 4 BASKETBALL SQUAD N is Kingery, Eugene, one of our co-captains, proved to be just what the team needed in height and ability. His tip-in-shots and one-handers were ce beautiful to watch. The team will miss Kingery. gb Kirkpatrick, Bob, was our other co-captain. His defense work, and xl tx cool handling of the ball made him a fine player. His experience will be I, 7 missed. S , Ballman, Charlie, worked at center a.nd guard. His height and M Nr V cg' fighting spirit were dangerous to Union's opponents. ' Bryant, Joe, with his set shots and one-handers proved one of the T " M 4 Q hot-shots. 4 Saba A X cl Union's backers expect a lot out of him next year. W, K ,Q cg Harrell, Junior, playing his first year of basketball at Union, im- , . W .1 proved enough to win a starting place on the second. His excellent pass- T , ing and defense work aided the team greatly. Myers, Wendie, a Junior, showed plenty of ability and fighting 3, 4 spirit when on the floor. He has a fine long, and one hand shot. We v R will be counting on him next year. 1 V Carlile: Plenty of scrap. cb ' McKinney: Good drihbler. 1 ' W Gross: Good future basketball material. 9 ex McGraw: An accurate shot. " Hood: Tricky ball handler. X Lord: An, aid to the team. - 67 P. Hood Student manager, and a hard worker. He turned in a very ig f- ' b X me jo . A - Hill A good ball player. He was forced to leave the team because of illness. X K? Patty Kepncr, Barbara Fowler, and Minardean Foland our yell lead- A ers, showed much initiative and enthusiasm. Their pep sessions and 5, cheers inspired the boys greatly. ls' Coach Don J. Odle, completing his first year coaching high school basketball, will go down as an outstanding person in the his- cs toryuof the school. A part of his achievement was the excellent basket- ,S etba team that represented Union on the hardwood. Guided by him, 9 the team roared through the season with a fair record. v The student body is indeed proud to have Mr. Odle as director of 4, physical education and coach. Good luck, coach, for next year, and X l cy signage congratulations on your tireless effort and splendid achievements A o t is year. v A Union's record this year was not very impressive. At the first of the season they lacked a coach. Mr. Odle, a former Taylor University Q5 x net captain, toolq over the team in January. The boys began to improve 5, K and in February they chalked up their first win over Cla . In their last n if f . V 4 - 11 home game they again defeated Clay by a score of 38-25. 7 KT N X X 6? 5, sl ... 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BASEBALL " The Union Township baseball team played only two games this year, those being with Greentown and Jackson. They were defeated in both. The team, was made up of nine fighting boys: Spencer, Shortstop Hoban, Right Field McGraw, Center Field Harrell, Left Field i Wimmer, Catcher H Kingery, Pitcher Gross, Second Base Bryant, Third Base ' Besides these there were Lord, Hood, Heathcoate, Carlile for substi- tutes. They were very proud to have a team under such very unfavor- able conditions. We are expecting another team this year under the lead- , ership of Mr. Odle. n :- cl 'f Q 'I Q 7 A YI P 6: 'I et Gl- fa 'I cr. 6 5 x i V X N , cg 4 if X f is G: K: 62 65 is be is ca- cs Gi- K2 0 ' I . X ' '. ' . 1 Y A v D .L N A 6 A sl I4 XY In F a yv e V 4 ,. sl fa sl 2 ,. I :SP I4 Q QD XV I4 Q 4 yv .4 31 4 ze xv I4 S In X. Q S it G is XY Q V fl X1 N rf, CLASS TOURNAMENT This year the Union Township High School held their annual class tourney. The first game was played between the Seniors and Fresh- men with the Seniors victorious by a score of 32-18. The second game was played between the Juniors and sophomores with the Juniors vic- torious by a score of 30-11. The Seniors and Juniors met in a terrific battle and the Seniors were winners by a score of 43-24. "I-lat's off to the out going Seniors." JUNIOR HIGH The Junior High basketball team roared through a six-game season with a very fine record. One of their most notable achievements was the winning of the County Junior! High tourney. The lack of height did not handicap these boys and they went on to defeat the larger teams in stride. The outstanding boys on the squad were Bob Graf, Max Downing, Bob Myers, Forest Foland, Melvin Myers, Gene Murphy and Bob Helms. Other members who contributed to the building of then team were Kepner, Brown, Kingery and Farrer who was student manager. Mr. Brown, their coach, did a fine job of teaching the boys various set-ups and worked hard with them. P, W L ,V , K, ,W Q zfiifxfv ig , ff, A 18? QV, me f Q: ,3:,fe1ff'Qg if fawmivv 2 if ' 11 W N 4, f vw, 1, , ,S ,., ,A Lf Wx: ' '1':',gzL:,, " R.-.Wg 4 ' - f4n333W: 1 ,j , 1,211 5-5 bg, HF. W Q I ,7 JN 1 "'1'Wf'MrL,v - , QL., . . -K. -j, K . ,es ' '-f-'wi , -1 ,ga-wwf, 'Q' ,, , ms, ' , P ,,,, , W, N M -5 ,, ., QS as mf , , 6 In X' K, Vi " u mi ff it Hr 'tw E ,W .ff 1 1 3 , , 92 . f 1 "' N ' -am -... N.. , . 'I x ff' - , Q ,iAli?f3liQ5-2.412 an f - -gp. ,A iv., , ,Ayr ' 5 555: ff! ...rmf lk ' M "jf-ia' dig! A sf A iw I 'fa' U I IIVHIH ,, EX -gfp ,. . ,f 'L . 'f 1 S .A We 4 'a-if' 1.-L rg: ' 1, ,-,, umm wr Q., , K 'uf N Qwasp-fAf"" ' , 1.1:-: fm' . AA .. '?iifs':.az-Av ' ,i A 'iwaw , qu!-'Q .. . TW? ' iri-21223 ey 1 we A J 'KW ,' , sag 0 1,2571 X " 4 14 ma-wg 5. 1 , ,if 'Z 'JY e' ' 1 L x R Q bg x X , X 'he 1 5 1' , wmv I 3 WS 1. . 1. 4 N. 1 " Y 'N 'H A " Rain . I 4 4 I , ' 553 x N -f ' 4 351' was J, 5552, ,JW r, 1 X E iq 55 NNW, K, 2: Q f ,fm X ff N 1 A fx 1 2 ,ff A Xi., ,. 9 ,fx V f 5 ,fx ' , , 4 , X f' f , K J' M ' , x 1' ' ,,.. ., '+5552g1f3xj ' .'.f1?fQMfHif,' x., fQh' iff 'A 31, M-Ea E233 .2 , fu' Sli.-Kaz: 5 .:,,a.f, "V--' 'DTM' k'-- .. . , . P.. if ' AA., K, . 1-,e:,vw -,ii was,-Q., FE? fp ' 'ffirkw' 'x ' . Z fx-A 'E . is 1' '11 " .4, E, VV? W., 'Q J L , 4 'i lzfasii 'P Q, . N- Q, gk fm- rg Wi mix '11 'f jf ff ' ' 4 A Q 1 . Q . f THE UNION CARAVAN OF '42 '43 The year bool: staff for the "Caravan of '42 '43" was carefully se- lected by the faculty. The class representatives, for the staff were chosen by themembers of each class. It was an enthusiastic staff that took pos- session of the office in February to begin preparations for the year book. The school members were bursting with ideas and suggestions for the first, complete year book ever produced at Union High School. The name "Caravan" was selected by the student body from several names that were suggested by different students. "Caravan" was suggested by Theron Brown and it received the most votes. He was rewarded with half of the subscription price of the Year Book. Much of the credit for the success of our yearbook goes to the mer- chants of nearby towns for their cooperation in advertisements and to the subscribers of the yearbook. 1 THE UNIONETTE For the past two years a school paper has been published once a month. Getting the news turned in to the editor has been a greater task this year than last year. The most important reason is probably the fact everyone is busy trying to do double his share of work because of the war effort. The first two on three weeks of the month are spent in writing news for the paper. Each class has a news reporter. These reporters write up the activities and news of the class. The reporters turn the news in to the edit- or of the paper who has it checked for spelling and punctuation. The news is then typed by members of the typing classf Then it is sent to Gal- veston to the printer. Within a week the Unionette is printed and sent back to the school. Due to the cooperation of the news reporters and class members the Unionette has been a success. Much of the credit for the success of the Unionette goes to mer- chants of nearby towns for their advertising. . N. ......,. ,. ... .-..,...,.,-.-. .,. , ,.,. ...- ,.-......s......-..,....-,..-- -......-.. ne.. ... 1 I L: YI' . it fd C5 49 ' it -sl X is y AX A if sb if -SD qs .6 v FALL FESTIVAL ey N i' 4 r The school held its annual Fall Festival Friday night, October 30. P ' The first thing on the evening's program was a half hour's shadow. . 1 play by the first and second grades under the able direction of Mrs. Bu- A ' rolcer. This was ,followed by the minstrel show. Main characters were X K cl Francis Carlile, Howard Lord, Floyd McKinney, Chris Lamb, Max X " Downing, and David Long. Musical numbers were given by the Glee Club. . ' it Before and after the minstrel each class furnished individual enter- , ' L , f: :M-1 a Y " tainment. The third and fourth grades sold Christine: cards, the fifth and 'SD A 'A sixth made and sold popcorn and cracker-jack, while the seventh grade Q sponsored games of the ever popular ping-pong. The eighth grade lined A5 up pictures of three Axis leaders at which people threw tennis balls, the ' ex object being to knock them out. A V Freshmen drew suckers to the fish pond and the Sophomores scared qs, ,t everyone brave enough to enter their spool: house. Bingo and cake walk c7 were diversions sponsored by the lively Juniors. Prizes were given for games ' 9 won and the lucky winner of the most games was Robert Kirkpatrick, who G: received a large pillow as a prize. 4, yv Tempting odors from the cafeteria drew the crowd that way, where cg they found the industrious Seniors serving hamburgers, cider, ice cream. JD etc., on which they realized a good profit. V If the Seniors were still sleepy on the following Monday we should be polite and not ask them why, but I'lI tell you: they had a party at X A Murlea Lee's home after the evening's event, their plan being to keep the I I-7 remaining refreshments from being left over. Q it sl In v Q ce ii' 1 bv e ' K-- CV . ' B if qt, it ey ' 3 V -if' : -sl"1 N 'rj -, 4 1 ,. . 1 - y .z , E THE STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council was organized to introduce a more democratic spirit into out school and to shift some of the responsibility, as well as some of the power of governing from the teachers to the students. The Student Council is made up of one representative from the six upper grades. The representatives are as follows: Seventh grade, Mary Jane Grossg Eighth grade, Bobby Myers, Freshmen, Patty Hewitt, Sopho- mores, Rosemary Mohlerg juniors, Marieta Srnithg Seniors, Murlea Lee From the six Council members a president, a yice-president, and a secretary were elected. Monitors were appointed to aid the teachers in corridors, assembly, and classroom duty. The future of the Student Government depends entirely upon the student body. The teachers have endorsed the plan and have done their utmost to aid its progress. We hope next year to increase the number oi students in favor of Student Government, but only when all the students back the decisions and plans of the Council can we "put over" a real SUCCESS. The Senior Government Class deserves credit for helping organize this Council. President, Murlea Lee Vice President, Marieta Smith Secretary, Patty Hewitt -S 4. , L . . . , . . 4-H CLUBS girls. For the past year the girls and boys have held their meetings to one meeting a month at the ,school building. Charles Ballman was the president of the boys' club, while the rest of the officers are now alumni members. The officers of the girls' 4-H club were: Freda Ellis, presidentg - Wanda Dewitt, vice-presidentg Rosemary Mohler, secretary and treasurer. This is the first year that Aeronautics has been offered as a subject 1 plan. This class studies the way to control a plane, air currents, the weather, etc. The boys who have taken this subject have found it to be particularly interesting and have had a lot of fun studying the motions of a plane. Our instructor was Mr. Singer. is V A V x G: - r sp 8 Z! 1 X ,gg GZ G? GE ce C5 . C5 G5 Gi cr K2 3 I ' ' r s ,. --.,.w.... -.. V .. ... ..- -. . ..,-.... .,... ,--,.-.,,...--...,..1... ....,-V. ...-.-.A .. .-twat, . ,...-, A ...,.., ,. , ,.... 4-JM., .........,,.. .....- The 4-H Club has played an active part in the life of the boys and I gather at one of the members' homes once a month. The girls also hold V AERONAUTICS CLASS ' Q to the High School boys. It is a part of the Government's military training , fl N' -3 14 'sl I4 yv In sl 2 X1 27 ,. 2 ,. fl xv fa 3 la Q. X' " 47 1 Al I sl 27 47 yu A yi A sl AD xv A , sl IA sl by xv 5 3 I sl X9 A Y THE YOUTH PRAYER LEAGUE Several students attended a youth conference at Taylor University during March, and a number of them were converted. This led to the forming of a prayer band under the leadership of Mr. Odle. This group meets at the schoolbuilding every Tuesday evening. The services consist of hymn and chorus singing, prayers, talks, and discussion of problems common to youth. Interesting speakers are invited to speak and talented singers and players to provide musical entertainment. The Leaguc's theme song is "Christ Living in Me." President, Rosemary Mohler Vice-president, Marilou Clifton Secretary and Treasurer, Junior Harrell Librarian, Joe Bryant Chorister, Patty Kepner Pianist, Ruth Eileen Long A well rounded program which consisted of marching, wrestling, boxing, tumbling, jiujitsu, basketball, baseball, commando course and high jumping have been interesting to all who participated. 4 gk, 4 :gf-.,, t J f ' .. 1 si e te sb is Q5 ey A ,t 1. - iv sl pp if A ff gg e e - , , ' ' i X. . The Girls Glee Club tv. .. Zig ., . EXW: 'Qf r 9 Music has always been an inspiration to American people. In these Q - . f N X troubled times people turn to music for comfort and entertainment even ' Gigli at more than ever before. X X14 The girls in the Glee Club have brought enjoyment to themselves I f 1 K3 and other people through their songs. They have learned how different ' ?, ---f 3 f 4 kinds of music may be used to impress people. I 4- ,Y -s if The girls are under the instruction of Eva Wadsworth. They have J -, A111 cg regular meetings on Thursday and Friday. ...... A, V ' 'I 7' V The Library Staff e cg I -e e - ee: The manager of the library is Mrs. Barr. Her assistants are: Chris ' 64 Lamb, Bob Gross, Barbara Fowler, Florence Parson, Betty McCoy, Min- 4, V ardean Poland, and Geraldine McGraw. V 67 Each one has an assigned period to take care of the library. At this period they lend books and magazines to students and see that the books are kept in order. K X These students are a great help in keeping a neat looking library and A 67 in enabling students to get quicl: service when they need reference materi- i X al. A . tv si cs 27 v fi all A or bn 9 A A I w I4 ' 97 al ' sl it sl A wi is ., -A .M f I x MILITARY TRAINING CLASS The boys' physical education class has done much for the benefit of the boys that will soon be in the armed services. Mr. Odle, our coach, has shown many of the requirements necessary to keep up with the standards of the Marines. Many of the different types of marching, such as flank marching, marching in columns, and also the commands that are given for the different company movements that are necessary to keep in place during drill practice have been taught. GIRLS' MILITARY TRAINING Girls will he boys. In Union High School we have a few girls who have inspiration to become WAAC'S or WAVE'S. Under the direction of Mr. Odle the girls have been receiving a well rounded program consist- ing of marching, calisthenics, softball, rhythm cuts, and dodge ball. 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