Union Township High School - Revue Yearbook (Bargersville, IN)
- Class of 1948
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TRUSTEE JOHNSON COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT PRINCIPAL
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Mr. Louie Hutchison Mr. Custer Baker Mr. E. S. Houston
O. J. Sloop Jr., Harriett Kersey, Mrs. Eunice McKinney, Mrs.
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T. S. Houston, Irma Scott, Mrs. Mary Clore, Nondas Barnhart
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CLASS CF '48
has a history, in
as much as we are
the class of 1948
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of which we are
we won the school
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Le Roy Addington
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U Janes Jerry n Olla Iae ' George Donald
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Ilene Wilea, Jerry Hayrnaker, llerilyn Rund, Betty Hommel,
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Beck Ros - Loren Yount, Gilbert Hash, Patty Jinks,
fl Junior Gra88f Robert Rairdon, Dudley Gragg, Houston
T Front Row - Shirley Homm l, Dorothy Hensley, Anna "'
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ni Back Ros - llargaret Stantleld, James Roy, Freddie Bull-
lan, Elizabeth Green, James Smith, James Allen Burgett.
nl H Front Roe - Janice Burns. lary Jane Utterback, Thomas
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Donna Wheeler, Roy Kasserman, laxine Day, Doris Weaver,
Floyd Hollandback, Thomas Bennett.
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ll Dean Combs, Roseann Porter, Thelma Skaggs, Joanne
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Bl Front Row - Nathan Raney Larry llurray David' lliller
H Judy Burkhart, Bobble lorrie, linda Jo Uandivier, Noel
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These are our fiveg they not
only look like - but are - champs
These mighty Ramblers brought
fame to Union by winning the
Johnson County Tournament. This
is only the second time this
tournament has been won by the
Union Ramblers. Our boys began
by defeating ,Nineveh on Thursday
night, January 15. They went on
to down Edinburg in the semi-
finals and thus they were ready
for the final game on Saturday
night. Our Ramblers were never
headed and trounced those Trafal-
gar Redbirds 45-36.
The Franklin Star Trophy was
presented to the captain who in
turn gave it to our student
manager, LeRoy Addington, who,
incidentallyl did everything but
sleep with it f,nat,'nign1,. Tb make
a clean sweep of the tournament.
Noble Spicer and Phil Carter out
down the nets. This ended a wonder-
ful tournament and began a period
of celebration for those Rip-Roaring
Our fellows established a fine
record this year. They won 15 of
18 scheduled games and 5 of 6 in
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JOHNSON COUNTY LOOP TITLE WINNERS
The Union Famblers have really done quite well for
themselves this year. Not only did they wih the County
Loop Title, but they also won the County Tournament.
Six people important to our basketball team and
to us are the six who are pictured on this page along
with our team. Tuey are the two yell leaders, Claria
Phelps, a senior, who has served for three years, and
Marjorie Morris, a senior, who has served for one year.
Our two student managers, LeRoy Addington, a senior,
who has served for two years,and George Clem, a junior,
who has served for one year, are pictured in the ovals.
Principal Houston and Coach O. J. Sloop, shown in the
lower corners complete a winning combination.
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N Unlon 43 clark 36 Unlonls ug:-ada tears was
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9 Union 32 Trafalgar 31 ' Grzgzrrggrney held at Needham. 3 p '
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6 Unlon 47 Edinburg Throughout the year the
A grades won eight of ten games. .
X , Union 44 lhlteland Their wins were over Clark,
Union 48 Silent Hoosiers
Trafalgar, Nineveh, Vlhlteland,
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Needham. Their twodefeats came
Greenwood 54 Unlon 'by Hopewell and Clark.
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Union 52 Clark for future varsitles.
Franklin 50 Overtime Unlon
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The picture at the top of the page is of our Toy
Band. It is composed of the first grade members, and
provided entertainment for our Christmas Play.
Union ls very proud to have an active 4-H Club.
'Ihroughout the past year,, they have won many major
awards and contests. Largely responsible for this are
the leaders, Mrs. Leo Vandlvier, Mrs. Elbert Clem, and
lr. G. R. llassey.
. Our Student Council has done a considerable amount N
,. of work this year. The officers ,are Vilette Perry- 5
. President, Richard Hill-Vice President, , and Pauline '
ll Greene-Secretary and Treasurer. .
ll The octet was organized this year under the dlrec-
tion of our music Instructor, llrs. Stalnbrook, Our .
soprenos were Carolyn Burkhart and Pat Brown: Altos, . 1
if Elinor Heflin and Leona Smith: Tenors, Frank Hommel and 5
ri Noble Spicer: Bass, George Clem and Don Vsndlvier.
The Staff for the Senior Yearbook consists of all
I members of the class. Our two sponsors were Iles Kersey --
E and lr. Houston. Those serving as co-editors were if
Vllette Perry and Joanne Bennett..
' Sports Committee: Lorene Smith, Chalrmang LeRoy Adding-
ton, and Patsy Ruth Smith. U
Advertising Committee: Don Vandlvler Chai ' C 1 V
Y Burkhart. aridllarjorle llorrls. ' mln' no yn
' Copy Committee: Phil Carter, Chairman: Ruth King, and
W- Pat Brown.
Circulation Committee: Richard Hill, Chairman: Noble 1'
Spicer, Claris Phelps, larven Collier, and le1v1n ,
A The three lower pictures are of the Sunshine 'A
A Society, which has proven to be s helpful organization., Q,
. The officers are: Joanne Bennett-President, Betty '
Smithey-Vice President, Joanne labry-Secretary, and --
LY V110-tl Perry-Treasurer. The first picture is of the
new members who have willingly accepted responsibilities
through the year. The seoond consists of the old
members and the last one, the executive committee and
OW' lpvhsor. lllss Kersey.
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Election ot class officers. lho had a B 5
p - average ln citizenship?
an lhy were the Juniors so happy today? Oh! 5 .
, new class rings, eh? Q
- g Informal initiation of Sunshine members. 2
,Q Dld I hear someone say 'air ra1d"? ' .
The Seniors now boastezlil lgavigg a :oman ln Q. U
1 W th 1 la . I-Ia y I' Bl' OPGRG- i '
QQQE .Qcgn Magician sgaxtonpp entertained us today. 1,
,':":j n There is some big money around school now. J' kgs
Seniors journeyed to Indianapolis to have 2
'i class pictures taken. We hear lt was very
k F lonesome and qulet around school. 5 -
'HI E Seniors received proots. "Oh I like this Q
' "3 one best", "No, Ithlnk this one ls betten' g N
' Two Senior girls were elected yell leaders 3, -
UQ! I At. dey. They are Chia Phelps and Marjorie
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2 H1 school day at Indiana. Many of the as
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P., Bloomington and enjoyed the football game , F1
.LJ n between Pittsburg and Indiana. A
' t W Teachers Convention! Hurrah!!! 11
Sunshine Soclety sponsored an all-school y .
gg party ln the gym tonight. Vllette Perry Q lj
' ' and Richard Hill were elected king and I
as . queen. And dld you know both of them are 3 15,
.3 seniorsvv Ev F"
M Nov. Pep Session today. Are your muscles sore, : N
. " girls? - '
ll p Senior dey at Butler. Mr. Houston and
several ofbthe Senior class. members enjoy-
' ' ed the game between Butler and Western if
H Reserve. By the way, where dld you boys -l ,
, get those 'anazy' hats?
. Dr. Boblltt was an assembly speaker. 5 '
lj w san gems with 'rrsfs1gsr. what a gems: 5
We want to know who takes over when both 5' U
oo-captains foul out? Now was that nloe Q
I fellows? ' 5' :
' Pictures were taken for the annual. Did U
everyone smile at the birdie? '
hgh Senior party tonight. We understand ltr. 3
w '-"- p Houston and LeRoy were on the losing team 2, -Y..
of the orange relay. Is that correct? g'
H- We notice the Senior girls have straight
hair today. It cou1dn't be because of the
I party last night --- or could it? 2,
Thanksgiving vacation. I dare you to get
ll on the scales now! i
P Deo. The Senior girls went home with Carolyn A
In until the snem. Hoosier ben gems to: 3
ll night. We understand someone backed into -
In a cactus. Wonder who that could have been
Junior class had a skating party. Did any
5 13 5 of you need two pair of skates? if Hg!
wa A Christmas Play was given by the entire L -
school for the community. 5
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much candy kids! Ana he es:-efu1 New in
Years' Eve! .
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A were in line at 5:30. Incldentally hey
had front row seats. -
an 12 Now boys, no cokes or candy this week, no
- dates either, we want to win that tourna-
u ment. 1
gg 15 'rhe tournament began tonight. ll
1 17 UNION RAIIBLERS WON THE COUNTY TOURNAIENTH U
20 School again after the -boiler has been re- .-
paired. No classes today, movies, danclng
wry' and ball games supplied recreation and ,Qui
entertainment for our county champs and
5.3. the remaining students. Wi
IQ 28 Well I guess we gave those Grlzzlie Cubs
a scare tonight before going down in de-
. feat ln an overtime. H111 you sure had a '
steady elm when you made that into an over
Q time. Ws're really proud of all of you. g
mr, 4-5 -.ttllrQad?1To1frney. bouglboys were edged out in
a na game y ar . A
8 Boys' Tourney begins today! The Freshmen
. defeated the Sophomores ln a game which
ln! proved to be exciting. BA
HA 9 The never-failing Seniors failed. Never- 1
4QI thelees, we will always remember them as
the High School Champs of '46. U
- 10 Today that mighty grade Team failed to cop
a wln over the Freshmen. . ,N
ll The final game between the Juniors and Ref
pg, Freshmen was won by the Juniors. W
Sw 12 Much activity was seen here today. No . N
wonder, the Sunshine Girls want the ban-
T A quet to be a great success---and lt was.
The ten county champs were presented with .
rn individual trepmee by the .Atn1et1e Ass'n. F1
L14 Noble Spicer received the free throw E4
an trazplzyd and Davld Vandlvler the mental
- a u e award. '
an 16 The tournaments have turned femlnlnef The
an Sophomores defeated the seventh and eighth
' 1 grades. '
17 The Senior sore-backs ard their non-calcium
ng guard, coached by V. Perry, were edged out
' in the final minutes of play 22-14, by
as those frollcklng green Freshmen. ,rg
15.5. The Senior Claes was entertained 'at a St. 9,33
Pstrlclvs Day party by Patsy Ruth Smith. CQ
were any of the answers soup beans, Phil?
Fu 26 Sophomore clags party. Did I hear someone
' say they had un?
n ' A r. 9 Senior class lay tonight. That ls a '
P night we wlll ngver forget and we think lt
was a swell performance.
10 state Sunshine Convention at Lafayette.
16 County Music Festival tonight at Center
1 Grove High Sohoo .
pw 30 The Juniors entertained the Senlors at the
I 2 annual reception. And just what time dld 5551
M ezeryone get home from such a grand func-
. t on? -
ll May 2 Baccalaureate exercises for Seniors. This
is the beginning of the end, klds.
p . 7 Commencement was tonight. We all had ' T
II looked rex-were to this for twelve years ll
but were sorry when it came. Ina
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At Union High School, the Seniors of '48,
Determine themselves the ideal class of the state.
Consisting of sixteen members and sponsors two,
Let us, if we may, introduce them to you.
Mr. Houston, not only our principal, but a sponsor full of cheer,
Has helped our class in many ways throughout our final year
Of lies Kersey we can proudly boast too,
More attention she has given to us, than all the rest of you
LeRoy is our pride and joy, for talking he has fame,
But mind you never let him hear you criticize his name
Lorena is a girl who never agrees,
She says, 'I'll have my way and you do as you p1ease.'
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Pat is a laesie whom all people admires,
Of music and 'little storlesu she never tires.
Phil is the one who thinks he has brains,
we wonder if he'd even know apples from trains.
larven is the boy who makes the girls swoon,
wonder who the lucky girl will be comes June.
Joanne is o-k, she likes to entertain,
Especially the Senior girls at a basketball game
lith curly hair and dimples, Melvin is quite the one
Hts unusual laugh has contributed much fun.
Patsy Ruth is one whose loyalty ie sincere,
She'llfget along in this world, never fear.
Richard ls the Romeo in our class,
But who ls Juliet, now may we ask.
Our class ls gifted with only one poet,
Of Ruth we are speaking, as you all know lt.
larJor1e is one who leads quite well,
Can't you just hear her say, 'Come on kids yell
Vllette is one who has lots of friends,
Her laughing and talking never ends.
On the class roll he'e known as
In the class room you never see
Carolyn is the one who's pretty
Her humor and personality can't
Claria is the quietest in the class, much quieter than the others,
B t by the boys instead of being ignored, Oh! Brother!
whenever he sees a pretty girl walk by,
Noble T. is the one with his eyebrow raised high.
le have said we were the best in the state,
But nos wefd like to say,
le now determine ourselves the best class in the U. S. A
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' we, the Senior Class of 1948, being of keen mind X
and sound body, have agreed upon these the following 2
,Si as our last will and testimony, hoping that all will '
'gi benefit by them. I
To you, llr. Houston, we will a t"en-pound box of
. chocolates to give to next years' Senior class when 5
IQ they go carrollng, we will you the ability to complete '
statements which you start in health class, rather than V
, leaving us ln suspense, and last of all we will to you 1
ll all of the underolassmen, in hopes that they will come
quietly to the assembly when two bells are rung rather 1
. than read the newspaper and run down the hall. 9
I1 To our sponsor, lllss Kersey, we are most generous 1
' ln wllllng her' an undentable car with a windshield ,
E: which stluckers absolutelyvshun, i
Irs. stainbrook to you we will a runnin- satan, '
Q trying to preserve your piano from another year of e
ll beating by a ruler.
' To Irs. llckinney, we will a non-fading smile, one
which will be upon her face at all times to greet her
n pupils as they come to class. 5
M To you, lllss Barnhart, lt ls our utmost desire to jx
- will you all of the luck ln the world, this ls leap- i
year you know. -
'Q . It was a task to find something nice enough to
- l will to our coach. But we have agreed to will to you, l
E1 llr. Sloop, the privilege of having the bestbasket-ball
' players, the longest talker Cpreferably a student 3
M managerl, and the quleteet girls ln your government Q
U class. our one desire ls that they are somewhat of a l
' success, knowing that they could not equal us. Q
lr. llassey, to you we will a bat, a ball, and some
in more brass tacks. It seems as though your classes have
' been 'battln' the ole' ball around," 'and 'getting down n
U to brass tacks," long enough that by now you need more
pq ,N equipment.
C5 To all of the teachers we will a box of pencils
M that absolutely w111 not vu-no ws, and to lllss sem-
C5 hart pencils wlthout erasers. I
N le feel that we have qualities that no other class 3
could surpass. Therefore ln the interest of humanity 5
o. we hereby will a few, of these to the underclassmen. ,
'U To the Juniors we will our ability to always co-
n operate and ake a declslon by saying, 'This ls the
- last vote, klds." ,
N To the sophomores we will the honor of always be-
ing known as the 'quletest class," in school.
. And to you Freshmen we do will and bequeath the
, l ablllty to become dignified Seniors.
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I, lioanne Bennett, will ability to keep the
lu X Sen1d'glrle entertained between sessions of the .
tourney to Roselle Hyten. Il
f 1. Carolyn Burkhart, un my 'ability to ann to 51
fires on roads I have never seen before to Barbara -
I, llarJor1e lorris, will my ability to get the car
to uarjorle Kasserman hoping she has better luck than '
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, i, Melvin Burkhart, being of little mind and what
ll body, do hereby bequeath my ability to drive my .
' brothers oar to Kenneth Benshlemer. U
I. Phil ,Carter, will my brains to next years "
Senior class so that they can get their government.. Q FE
I, Vilette Perry will my giggles to Ruth Ann 0
Robards. I 1
I, Noble Spicer, will my ability to go steady ln .
H ball season and still get along with Sloop to Dave , N
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I, . Richard I. Hill, do hereby bequeath my pair of -A
.n unbreakable glasses to Frank Hummel. lay he use them 1,1
1 when he needs them most--while drlvlng. --
I-I I, larven D. Collier, being or sound mind and body
' do hereby will my ability to grow a man size beard to
M Joe Carter.
U I, cn:-is Pnupm, un my sunny to gn. good ' lvl
.. oltlzenshllp- grades to Chester Simpson. - U
I, Patsy Ruth Smith, will my ability to not get '
- - excited'at bellgames to -Joan Selch.
" I, Ruth King, will my ability to ride seven miles Q
to school without raising my blood pressure to Pauline
I, Lorene Smith, will my nerve to stay home from A'
jj' the spreads before the ballgames s'o the Senior girls
,. will have someone to talk about, to Elinor Heflin.
N I, Pat Brown, will my interest in classical music .
and ability to play 'Yankee Doodle," to Ramona Baker.
- I, Donald vandlvler, will my ability to get to p N
n school on time ln the mornings to Forrest Burkhart. i
N 1. LeRoy Addington, un my ability to nn: tm-so IQ
minutes when oalled upon to Dewey Flndley. i
'D senior class of '48 A
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II Joanne Bennett slnglng in an opera.
' Leoix: smith not trying to beat everyone else in bookkeeping.
Pau ne Greene wi b ack hair. '.
Q 3, Irs. Stalnbrcok without a smile for everyone whom she meets. f 'E'
A Irene Haney with short blonde hair.
- Richard Paris wearing a size 6 shoe.
Ir. Houston finishing all his statements in health class. .
,Q llr. llassey standing still through a whole speech. I
- A11 the Seniors going straight tc study hall at general assembly. '
Q1 Levona Selch being in ,eu her classes one day. X. "
All the teachers forge ting to come to sc ool gg day during the year.
Us vin Burkhart without a tie. .
in w the Freshman being quiet at one time.
' e Sopholoresknot trying to tell the Seniors who's boss.
II what would happen to school ln the summer if it wasn't for hmett. 2
Barbara Brown not knowing a joke or two. '
Pat-Brown sticking to gl her New Year's resolutions. 'I
Union without the Seniors of '48. p
pq Not having a graduating class every year. P
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'gf 'Ihe Juniors not selling candy at noon hour. I M
Fd Being able to hear Jimmy Campbell before you see him. g
The Seventh and Eighth Graders being seniors. . N
.. lveryone liking to come to school. -
H Vilette Perry without her giggles.
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' Everyone going to bookkeeping with- his- lesson. --
N Kenny Benshelmer trying to part his hair. n
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I Bob Cook as tall as Chester Simpson. ,
. Lorene Smith not keeping score for the grade teams' home games. '
lies Barnhart not working the crossword puzzle. A
.,. Richard H111 without a smile for everyone. -X -
U h Irs. lcxlnney not always locking neat. I U
Av lr. lasseys assembly not being quiet. n 'A
U Phil Carter not winning a ball game by himself. I
ll llarven Collier not being stubborn. U
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