Uniontown High School - Eagle Yearbook (Uniontown, KS)

 - Class of 1952

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X 2-Xirmillistrntinn L Dninninw n 7511511 School ifhufahnn Fbnarh of 1 j Bus Dr 1l.lBI'5 L AV 1 2 ,i 0 IA I :ti Y ll A f e , 1 1" ' - . -f 4 A 'iii' ' ' -3 J fair' I 1 p--, -I 4 - 5 ' f' ' I ' ,Iv 3' v Lawrence lright Glam Smith Clerk ' Treasurer Ed Holt, Director Of A 6 A ' I -' 9 9 Q ' x' ' ' Vs U A C' ' 'acz nj ' x e Y 1 A '. , 4: '4 5 I Vx - 1 3 .- Q . 71 K X' '- Z1 , Ysx KJ - W x- 1 ' : V I H e ' u re.. ,. ' Q , - 1 1 , I Andy Steele Don Dennis Estille Shull C ol T:..5M25'X5":"' QQ ww 39xW'1L Donald Bruyr Mathematics, English, Biology, Health Laura Clark Commerce Donald Varnu Music, Physics, Science Jesse J Wilson American History Constitution Superintendent L. A0 Clyde Fink Intermediate Grades IF Wendell Frazell Manual Training Coach Irene Meyer English Home Economics Lower Grades Upper Grades mm ,.10,1e,- 4 3 5 11 Q Mm, T8.fl.!16I' , ff I , ', f V 'N 1 155- vm X. D Q as ' If 1 fi'- s l" A Y Y P' S 1:n1u1'5 f f-'fi U X ffl 5 I c ,J fx . k idx 1 f ' ,xfg V 4', , fn if I f fx xg M ffv V Flare Nae Ludlum Secretarv mreasurer Basketball, glee club, pep club, Jr Play, class cer, annual staff Donna Colvin Reporter Basketball, pep club, club, heerleader, Jr Newspaper staff, class officer offi glee Play 3 Howard Grose President Basxetball, track, class officer, mixed chorus, Play Shirley Bowen Vice Pres Basketball, pep club, glee club, annual staff, class officer Tois Laker Student Council Basketball, pep club, Jr Play, Student Council, class officer, newspaper staff Leon Taylor-Student Council Basketball, football, track, Jr. Play, class officer, Student Counc il 4' - f i g 1 w I ' T This page sponsored by THE HEPLER GRIII COMPANY, HEPLER, KANSAS Bennie all fi Football, basketball, class officer, Tr Play Margaret Bower 'CI' Basketball, pep club, blee club Neva Stainbrook Basketball, glee club, Jr Play, cheerleader, pep club annual staff Don Boyd vootball, basketball, track, Jr play, blee club, news paper staff 'hu-X Leo healman Basketball, track, class officer, Student founcil, Jr Play, annual staff Dorms Hess Basketball, pep club, G A A tlee club, newspaper staff largie Stine Pep club, glee club Betty Evans Pep club, glee club, basketball i ' 1 Alberta Pearson Basketball, pep club, glee club Gail Russell F.F.A., track 6 William NcCo1lum Football basketball, F P A , Student ouncil, annual staff Donna Tanner Basketball, chorus, an ual staff, U H A , pep club, cheerleader, Jr Play Jean Wright Pep club, cheerleader, basketball, class offlrer, glee club Johnnie Davis Basketball, football, track, class officer Thella Taylor Basketball, pep club, glee club Floyd Walker Basketball, football ,Q Pattie lilhon Glee club, pep club s. Y' Elass Pro has Recently on a Quiz Program I was awarded a trip lround the ng During my travels I met many of my old schoolmates in various situations and occu pations Alberta Pearson and her husband, Bill Butler, are living on a little island off the coast of Honolulu Strangers will be greeted by seven little savages named Is, Are, Was, Were, Has, Have, and Had Donna Tanner, a famous artist's model, lives in New York A divorcee three times, it is believed her next conquest will be Prince Charles of England Lois Luker is now a lady bouncer in a nightclub called 'Hotsy Totsy A peroxide blonde, she created a new form of Boogie which gave the nightclub its name Don Boyd, 'Mr America of 1960, contributes his success to taking a Charles Atlas course His physique is known as the worlds' best since Venus De Milo Doris Hess, married and living in a hut, spends her time moodlly looking out to sea where her husband, Leo, has disappeared Her nine little tots keep Leo Mealman, a notorious pirate called 'The Blackhearted Rogue,' is suspect ed as having drowned several wives He is on shipboard with his 7th, leaving Doris deserted Howard Gross, the greatest Opera singer since Mario Lanza, resides in London with his wife, Margaret Supposedly high brow, we know he frequents the Burlesque shows, where he highly enjoys a number called 'The Flaming Twister Stopping at the 'St1ne's Meat Market,' we saw Margie busily carving hearts She's rumored as one of Chicago's worst heart breakers Betty Evans, a famous swimmer, is preparing to swim the English Channel She is training her two little ones for the Olympics Her trained seal acts as butler Margaret Bower married to Howard, lives in the London surburbs in a complete ly modern home So modern, in fact, that it takes ten servants to help her push the buttons Shirley Bowen made the first non stop flight to the North Pole Forced down on a floating glacier, she lives on dog meat She says Men will never enter my life as long as I have my dogs Johnnie Davis is about to replace Clark Gable as the Matinee Idol of a million women. He wears his hair in the old familiar 'burr which makes the women swoon from coast to coast. Bill McCollum is in the prison at Alcatraz for the stabbing of his third wife. He spends his spare time reading up on How to Fly. Bennie Hall, the conductor of the Philharmonic Orchestra, lives in New York City. He is elusive to ugly fortune hunters. He is trying to prove the point: 'Once a bachelor, always a bachelor. Clara Mae Ludlum, greatest ballet dancer in the world, a peared in 'The Red Shoes. She is known for her recipe for happy marriage: Keep a rolling pen ndyl Leon Taylor has still not been seen. He disappeared ten years ago in the Rocky Mountains to live in a cave as a hermit. The reason is not'known,but his 250 pound fiancee is still vainly trying to find him. Gail Russell, a famous hair stylist of Uniontown, Kansas, owns a mansion on top of the White Hills. He is famous all over the world for his beard which just last week reached his knees. Neva Stainbrook is now working in a burlesque show in London. She is known as the 'Flaming Twister. It has been rumored she is carrying on with the great Opera singer. She collects diamond bracelets. Jean Wright, tight rope artist, with the Ringling Brothers Circus, also works part time in the side-show as the 'Woman from Mars.' Thelma Taylor, matron of a girls reform school, has been brought into court several times for beating her charges. Donna Colvin is the leader of a band of diamond smugglers. She has made the brag that she will never be caught. In case anyone is interested, she collects automatics. Pattie Wilson and her husband are happily married. She's in California and he is in New York. There is a rumor of separation. She supports her husband who has been on vacation for three years. Floyd Walker is the inventer of a potion which is supposed to make the dead walk again. He is suspected of having escaped from an insane asylum. . O . . , O in . O N Q O I I A I her company. O O , - Ol I - O C I I I I l - . - H , .rv W If II I! .. H ha " I1 Class will le,the Senior Class of 1952, being of sound mind and health do hereby write, ordain, and publish this last will and testament, leaving our most treasured possessions to our schoolmates. Bennie Hall wills his slow easy manner to Jeane Walker. largaret Bower wills her quietness to George Holt. Donna Tanner wills her southern accent to Carol Ann Tuggle. Lois Luker wills her sunny personality to Bertha Simler. Johnnie Davis wills his 'burr' to Don Spainhoward. Clara lae Ludlum wills her straight A's to Jack Colvin. Howard Grose leaves his dramatic ability to Larry Farrell. Don Boyd wills his green eyes to Fred Hunziker. Jean lrlght wills her skipping ability to Ruth Hunt Leon Taylor leaves his way with the women to Edwin Hartman Thelma Taylor leaves her height to Nancy Stainbrook Alberta Pearson wills her Bookkeeping pad to lary Lee Williams B111 lcCollum wills his 'way with the teachers to anyone who needs it Betty Evans wills her unexpected replies to largaret Hammons largie Stine wills her place in school to Warren Chambers Floyd lalker wills his paper wad shooting to Corine Williams Gail Russell leaves Lorna in Chetty B1lyew's care Doris Hess wills her basketball suit to Virginia Ramsey Neva Stainbreok leaves her place on the basketball team to Marie Mealman Pattie Wilson wills her giggle to Glen Tuggle Shirley Bowen wills her tomboyish ways to largaret McCoy Donna Colvin wills her make up to Pat Sipe Leo lealman leaves his ability to copy to anyone who can get away with it Ie leave our unpaid bills, the headaches of putting out the annual and news paper, and senior privileges to the juniors To the rest of the school we leave our paper wads, unexcused pass cards, chewed gum, and our dirty lockers To lr lilson, and the faculty, we just leave GD Ol' Ci. l!f ill M3 Il ll I O O O ll I O O O I O 0 O . 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