THE 1949 MILTON CADET
Who for Small Glory
To Themselves Are
Workmg for the Greater
Glory of the School
Dedicated to the Many
:lion School ua ang
Representlng ln B1-1ck and Steel
Hopes that Chlldren of Thls
A Co operatlve Venture
Beyond the V1s1on
Of Thelr Elders
The 'vhlton School Bulldmg
Constructed 1n 1929
Represents One of the Flner Structures
Of the County
It 15 Surrounded
By a Campus Known as One of the Most
Beautlful m Southern Iowa
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Will Form from Life
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Superlntendent Wxlllam M Dennis
B A 1937 State Unwerslty of Iowa Major Sclences
M A 1947 George Washington Umverstty
Washington D C Major Education
Speclal Actwltxes 1n1t1ated weekly school broadcast started band
attempted one of f1rst school and comrnuxnty newspaper
comb1nat1ons ln Iowa
Roy M Senor
B A Educatlon Northeast M1ssour1 State Teachers College Additlonal
work State Un1vers1ty of Iowa Iowa C1ty Iowa Teachmg expenence
rural schools Boone County Mzssourl Instructor and admtmstrator
H1.l.lsboro Imogene Salem Wyman and M11ton Iowa schools
Specxal ACIIVIIICS Junior Class sponsor junior Senxor Class
Coach Rex Gordon
B A Educatwn Appalachlan State Teachers College
Spec1al Act1v1t1es 1n the oplmon of other coaches of the County Mr
Gordon xn the face of handlcaps caus1ng coaches to shy
away from this posltlon developed teams beyond
expectatwns In add1t1on he was an actwe sponsor of
commumty recreatlon and school soclal functlons
Mxss Bertha R Saunderson
Educatxon at Iowa Wesleyan College Ch1cago Un1vers1ty Umversxty
of Callfornla and Inwerslty of Washlngton
Inst1uctor Algebra English and B1ology
y Eleanor Pmnell
B A Muslc State Unwerslty of Iowa Iowa C1ty Iowa Experience 1n
Denver Coloradol and Otturnwa schools
Spectal Act1v1t1es vocal musxc groups mcludxng Gu-ls Sextet and G1r1s
Glee Club Actwe m school presentatxons school social
occasxons and w1th grade school muslc groups partxcularly
the JIIHIOI' I-hgh School Glrls Glee Club
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Ivlrs Geraldme Wvmer
F1rst and Second Grades
Traxmng at I1l1no1s State Normal and Sxmpson College Indxanola Iowa Taught
four years at Outvllle Ohlo three years at Gardner Illlnols one year at Morr1s
Ill1no1s one year at I..ov1ll1a Iowa two years at Alb1on Iowa and at Mllton
Mrs Retta Harlan
Thu-d and Fourth Grades
Trammng at Parsons College Fa1rf1eld Iowa Experlence has mncluded three years
ln rural schools and one year 1n Mxlton
Mrs Mary Ermnger
Flfth and S1xth Grades
Tralnlng at Iowa Wesleyan College and the State Un1vers1ty of Iowa Adchtlonal
work at Western Ill1D01S Teachers College
'Vlrs Esther H Moore
Seventh and Elghth Grades
TTGIDIDP at Iowa State Teachers College Cedar Falls Iowa Taught four xears
mn rural schools slx 'wears at Douds two years at Troy and four years at Mllton
CUSTODIANS AND DRIVERS
Clarence Boyd Ch1efCustod1an
Lee Cundlff Custod1an Electrlclan
and bus drxver
Ldgar Ixoch bus driver
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The School Representative Body
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
STANDING:jlmmy Wilson, Ernest Bh-chxnlsr, johnny Holland, and Rex Ove:-strut,
SEIATED: joe Btbby, Jocelyn Wilson flaresldontl, R, A, Harlan QSec:rstaryl, and Bob Brady.
Absent Through Illness: William Miller,
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Established on 1'-he premmse that self governxnent must be as much of the school s
offering as algebra the Student Councll 'LII lts first year represented the student
body of the school carrled on orgamzatnon of such student socxal occaswns as the
Christmas Party school dances skating partles etc ln its 1ncept1on thxs year
the Council has had to conquer the popular m1sconcept1on that partxclpatxon ln the
plans and policy makmg for the school 15 barred to those most concerned the student
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DORSON I-IARLAN DORSON ANDREWS
GERALD INIMH CARI. PATRICIA
GAFFNEX 'VILSON HARII ARD OUNKER
BERNIECE RUSSEL PETE VERELEE
BAIRD BOYD NELSON DUNN
BIC KEL JENNINGS
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Fxrst and Second Grades Mrs Wymer
First Row Jimmy Roberts Denms Newland Barbara Cook Carolyn House Dolly
I-lull Larry Downlng Larry Pender Patty Parls Gary Brown Dean1e Cund1ff
Second Row Harlean Hudson John Donaho Bill Ramsev Jlmmy Kxttle Sandra
McFadden Jeanie Brown Bllly Nmcolx Larry Gooden Wayne Norton Dolores
Conner Nelhe Ph1ll1ps
Thlrd Row Dennv Hull Llnda Lou Gooden Ehleen Allen Marlene Johnson Buzzy
Roberts Edw1n Burchett Bobby Smlth Larry Cook Judy Younker Ray Moffett
Th1rd and Fourth Grades Mrs Harlan
Flrst Row Sandra Wilson Gary Wright Jerry Jannlngs MarJor1e Blrchmxer
Frederlck Boyd George Wehner Leonard Dav1s Kathyleen Wmsell Karen
McBratney John Harward
Second Row Mary K1ns1nger B1lly Prlce Kenneth McLeland Kay Atkins George
Strout Jlmmy Younker Jeanette Blrchrrner Jlmmy Wehner Donald Newland
Everett Phmlhps Nancy Paris Dorothy Newland
Andrews Ronald Conner Joe Moffett
Fmfth and Slxth Grades Mrs Erzlnger
F1rst Row Mary Lou Pender Donn1e Younker Annxta Andrews Dwlght Younker
Jackme Swaxn Bobby Cook Bobby Smlthburg Rosalee Conner Roger Epperly Monte
Second Row Nancy Wehner Betty Bxbby Jane Nelson Orland Dee Weathermgton
Betty Jean M1ers Robert Boyd Lo1s Janmngs
Th1rd Row Wayne Garrett Connxe Wilson Billy House Garnet Ritz Donna King
Darrell Wheaton Wanda Hunter Darlene Humphrey Bonnle Lou Roby Beverly Bell
Seventh and Exghth Grades Mrs Moore
First Row Phyllls Houston Jamce Younker Vera Harrxs Shrrley Humphrey
Albert Garrett Lawrence Pender Burton Burchett Larry Swaln Donna Overstreet
B1l1y Cook Joan Humphrey
Second Row V1rg1ma Schullo Marxon Nelson Ray McLeland Frances Zxllman
Donny Perry Judy Boyd Donna Coward Vada McManus Roberta Harward Beverlv
Thlrd Row Robert Davxs Lowell Pender Robert Beggs Douglas Peterson Rxchard
Hall Eugene Overstreet Harold Nelson Ph11l1p H ounker Jackxe Rxtz Carl
Humphrey Carolee Wmsell
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The KBIZ Broadcast Staff
In 1948 M1lton Hxgh School had the opportumty to carry on tts own weekly broadcast
over KBIZ of Ottumwa The program was regularly heard at 10 O0 A M every
Saturday The staff mcluded Grayce Lunsford seated, Jocelyn Wllson Kathern
Houhhan LaVon Mlller Joan Vance Wayne Andrews Robert Flash, Vannoy and
Elhs Emery Andrews announcer
Edxtor and news commentator for grade news was Gray ce Lunsford for hlgh school
news Robert Vannoy for girls sports Kathern Houlmhan for boys sports Wayne
Andrews Sxgnature and feature muslc for each program was provxded by Jocelyn
Wilson LaVon Mlller and Joan Vance Durmg the second semester Patsy Harl
was added to the staff as muszc reporter
Purchase of a speclal devmce for p1ck1ng up telephone conversattons allowed the
program a weekly educational news summary presented by Mr Galbreth of the Iowa
State Educatxon Assocxatmon offtces 1n Des Mo1nes
Each program was an on the spot wlre recordlng later sent to Ottumwa for trans
crlptlon State w1de notlce of th1s program was given ln a NIIDLAND SCHOOLS
artmcle of the May tssue
The Girls Trxo
Probably the most lmportant vocal group at least from the number of presentattons
was the Gtrls Trlo composed of Joan Vance left LaVon Ivhller center and Jocelyn
Wxlson rxght Besldes preparlng new materxal weekly for the broadcast thls group
was called to smg for commumty church occaslons was an unportant part of the
G1r1s Vocal Group Recltal gxven 1n the spr1ng The Tr1o depended upon the natural
ab1l1ty of Joan Vance second soprano and LaVon M1ller alto to place thezr parts
by ear around a melody sung by Jocelyn W1lson
The Gxrls Glee Club
Under the d1rect1on of Mlss Plnnell the G1r1s Glee Club developed a nurnber of very
fine pleces Presentations were made at commumty functxons school re11g1ous
assembhes and of course the Recital Reading from left to rlght they are Roberta
Dorson Sh1rleenDorson Patsy Harl Velma Hunter Grayce Lunsford Charlotte
Burchett Mlss Pmnell Nancy Erzznger Dorothy Schullo LaVon Mxller Jocelyn W11son
Evelyn Prmce and Joan Vance
The Gxrls Sextet
Thls group was one of the first to make a communtty presentatxon as well as partlclpat
mg tn early broadcasts Read1ng from left to rxght they are Joan Vance Jocelyn
Wilson Patsy Harl Charlotte Burchett LaVon Miller and Roberta Dorson
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M11ton Memorandum Staff
The Mxlton Memorandum represented probably one of the fxrst endeavors to combme
the town and school newspapers under a school organxzation
Two serlous mxstakes kept It from being successful ln the f1rst place the ab1l1ty
of the town to back the paper was less than estimated Wlth a listed populahon of
nearly 800 Milton was able to gwe the paper only 78 subscr1pt1ons most of these
from wtthln the school
This m1sJudgment of the town was based on the fact that between three or four out
of every f1ve resldents 1n M1lton are elderly or ret1red persons Wh1le the paper was
scaled to 1ts listed populatwn the actual actwe port1on of Mmlton would correspond
roughly to a town of 360 to 400 and the Memorandum was not desxgned for a town
of such s1ze
Reading from Left to R1ght the staff lncluded jocelyn Wrlson Robert Brady Robert
Vannoy and joan Vance mn the first row and ln the second N C Garrett stand 1n
for hospltalhzed Dale Snyderl Wayne Andrews johnny Holland and Rex Overstreet
Co edltors were Robert Vannoy and Robert Brady who edrted the paper on alternate
weeks Advertxsmng bus1ness and cxrculahon were the responsxbxhty of johnny Holland
and Rex Overstreet wh1le Wayne Andrews was sports editor Copy preparatmn was
cared for by Jocelyn Wxlson and joan Vance
Of the above staff Dale Snyder Robert Vannoy and junior Boyd were actwe 1n pre
par1ng this annual
Because the paper was a sizable project the Memorandum Staff orgamzed and carrled
out a school carmval to ra1se funds for the paper and to fmance the purchase
of new basketball sults Th1s money was turned over to the Board When 1t
appeared that the Board had 1ts own ideas about these funds and complamts were
lodged that the staff used too much tzme for the paper the Memorandum was dlscon
tlnued Smce w1thdraw1 of funds could be done only with Board consent the superm
tendent looked around for a less expenslve prlntlng system until such a t1me as the
Board should take actxon toward refundmg surns collected
The Memorandum wishes to extend partxcular thanks to Messers Morgan and Brown
for carrymg out the orlgxnal drwe for advertxsmg and to Mrs Iowa Andrews who
acted as commun1ty news ed1tor
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BY DW instead Oi Mrs.Erzin5
i you hear a iot oi wierd rockets at . ifomdtkffl teacher"
it s of the dv-Y and night, dont be wot- edwor tant th- S iwivoon L
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After a lapse of a number of years the Mxlton Hlgh School band was re
actzvated m September of 1948
In order to make muslc avallable to anyone the Board purchased enough 1n
struments for a baslc band and work was started pr1mar1ly 1n the lower h1gh
school grades and on down through the jun1or H 1gh School lt was hoped thus
traln youngsters who would be wxth the band long enough to allow 1ts full develop
Because llttle formal muslc had been taught prev1ously except by teachers ln 1n
dlvldual classes ln the grades the band started nearly from scratch Only su of
the number had had any prevlous instrumental tralmng
Members of the band are as follows
Stand1ng Mary K1ns1nger Vlrglma Schullo Carolee W1nsel1 Vada McManus
Ray McLeland Leo Pender Mr Denms Charles Davls jerry Lunsford
Charles Rxtz Robert Vannoy Donald Whlte Wlllard Rlppey Charlotte
Burchett Charles Boyd Carl Humphrey Betty Blbby Bmlly Cook
Robert Davls Bobby Sm1thburg and Roger Epperly
Seated Gerald Head Ernest B1rchm1er Velma Hunter Donna Rae Kayser
Joe Bmbby Patsy Harl -Ioan Vance Dale Snyder Rlchard Hall R A
Harlan Gera1d1ne Blckel jerry Younker Donald Evans Phyllls
Houston and Burton Burchett
Rental was charged upon the mstruments untll It looked as though regular tax
funds were being used to f1nance that program Since It 15 not possible to charge
for school ltems financed by taxes such as typewrlter rental or charges for typmg
paper the supermtendent bllled band members but took no steps to collect fees
In thxs way he cleared h1s obltgatlons wlth the Board wlthout lnvolvlng h1mself
1n somethmg that rrnght not be h1s concern
The lnstruments were purchased at a sufflclent bargaxn to msure httle or no
loss should they be resold
The band presented mus1c at a number of games under the dlrectlon of Student
Dxrector joe Blbby partlclpated ln school assembly programs and gave lts own
Spring Concert near the end of the second semester
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Ftrst Row Harward Boyd Peterson Barnes Holland Harlan
Second Row Evans Dorson Garret Andrews Coach Boyd fRusselll
Flrst Row H111 Norton Mlller Schullo W11son Harl
Second Row Harward Overstreet Younker Coach Boyd udyl
Second Page Baseball and Cheerleaders
Fxrst Row Barnes Peterson Holland Andrews Harlan Garret
Second Row Coach Wh1te Boyd Charles Dorson Cook Boyd fRussl
Wllson Harward Lunsford
Ellls Emery Andrews Gerald Head
Donna Rae Kayser Ehleen Roby
I-hghlxghts 1n Mllton Sports
Glrls softball team orgamzed
New unlforms boys basketball
Gold Medal Tournament held
Second place Sectmonal Tournamen baske ball
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MILTON HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
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Flrst Page General P1CtuI6S
Wh1tey and Coach
juruor and Elleen
Second Page School ACt1V1t1eS
Clark and Evelyn
Nancy and Rex
Donkey ball game
,Iuhus Ceasar Holland
Carn1val Stupe R A
Th1rd Page Sport Shots
R A pushes one IH
Iowa Success glrls
Da Von mn actxon
Fxghth grade tourney
At the score table
B111 dumps one 1n
Fourth Page Baseball etc
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Clark and joan
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Casex at the bat
Shorty and joan
ohnny and jocxe
Rex and Charlotte
Phyllis and Bert
Kate and Nancy
Ronme LaVon and
JUDIOI' Play glrls
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A 1 B Gmrls team
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Trl County Form Supply
Used Cars Case Farm Machmery
Sales and Servlce
Voughn Motor 8g Implement Co
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Parts Cars Trucks Tractors Implements
Phone 180 Phone 400
Hatters and THIIOFS
Off Southeast Corner of Square Phone 484
Jlmmy Andrew Agent
Phone 40 Milton, Iowa
Andrews 84 Strait Hardware
Plumbing - Heating - Hardware
Surge Milkers - Youngstown Kitchens
Hamilton and Elgin Watches Keepsake Diamonds
Alva Lang 8g Son
Guaranteed Repair Work
All Watches Checked on 'Western Electric Watchmaster
On the Square South Side
Dry Goods Notions VVork Clothes
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We Buy Cream Eggs Poultry
Schafer s Feed
Kenneth Coward Owner Phone 110
MILTONI LOCKER SERVICE
Custom Slaughtermg Rendermg Curlng
We Package and Freeze for Home Freezers
Phone 58 Mllton Iowa
HALL AND PRICE TEXACO SERVICE
Auto ACCGSSOFIGS Tank Wagon SQFVICG
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Phone 46 O11 Clty M11ton Iowa
CHUCK S CAFF
Dxnners Short Orders SdI'ldXV1CI'1QS
Sundaes Pop Ice Cream
Complete Auto Maintenance and Repair
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Mending - Alterations - Water Proofing - Moth Proofing
We Clean and Press Every Day
Phone 581 Bloomfield, Iowa
J HARVEY LEON
Heatinff Plumbing Hardware
East Side Square Phone 51
RENO BROS MOTOR COMPANY
Chrysler and Plymouth Cars
Massey Harris Farm Equipment
Phone 684 Bloomfield Iowa
HOWIE OIL COWIPANY
Distributors of Socony Vacuum Products Mobilgas Mobiloil
Goodyear Tires G M C Trucks
Everett Kinnamon Wayne Harris
Phone 32 Bloomfield Iow 1
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Grof' r1es and Meats
Quahfv Seruce Economy
I' ne Food for FHIC Fol
MCBRATNEY S GROCF RY
We can t Sell all the Grocerxes So We Sell the Best
Monarch F ner Foods
MILFON FEED SEED AND GRAIN
Be Sure Be Safe Be Thr1f+w
Chas Younker Maneuver Phono 64
Meals Short Orders Ice Cream Candy
Phone 48 M1lton, Iowa
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Manufacturers of Bloomf eld Butter and Ice Cream
Paste-ur1 ed and Homo unzed Nllux
Cash Buve s of Cream and Effgs
B1oomf1eId Iovx a
Your D1 mond Store
Watches Sxlx er rare Glassware
THE EXCHANGE BANK
Dams County s Oldest Buswness House
ROBERT S SIINCLAIR STATION
Goody ear TITES Batter1es Lubr cat1ons My Spec1a1ty
ROBERT S CAFE
For Good Hamburgers He1nz Soups and Bordens Ice Cream
Phone 84 Mllton Iowa
SPILMAN JEYVELRY CO.
Dinners - - Luncheons - - Suppers
By Reservations Only
Phone 36-F13 Milton Iowa
W R CARROLL HD Bloomfield
C C CLRL Bloomfield Iowa
BURCHETT Bloomfield Iowa
GWENS FLOWER SHOP Bloomfield Iowa
HUNTERS CAFE Milton Iowa
ALLEN S GAMBLE STORE Milton Iowa
CHAS ROBERTS Milton Iowa
JIM ANTDREWS Milton Iowa
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ELDER'S GROCERY, Milton, Iowa
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