Milton High School - Cadet Yearbook (Milton, IA)

 - Class of 1954

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N ! 1 7' DEDICATIG WWI if fbdpir I VW-ff' P i , 'VK' , ' f"- " QA. l'.v, 2?l'3 1? 'fc ,. 'P :fr jg in I I" iP"77'qf Q -15' VF- in , 2 N Z' '14 I' 'X v'I'u 11:4 -Ill- V J Q? auf Q r - 51" 515' nf 'I Aww' "V ' 'Q' Em: "UN '4 5' wb ,I , N is 'ia-lc lv Lf. BOARD OF EDUCATION BOARD OF EDUCATION OFFICERS H L m-- Hllrltnn 1Bnhl1r Srhnnlz L " W- sm' H L lloutan W D Sherwood Treasurer gun. Kgpfq mxltnny Zuma I' E llelny Saporhunhu W Y WJDOYII W 1554? new '-f'1'JHw 'fx We, the Seruor Class of Mllton H1gh bchool of 1954, W1Sh to dedlcate thls ISSUC of the Cadet, to the athletle scholastlc, and mus1c depart ments of the hlgh school We reallze that our school workmust come flrst, but yet we also reallze the tmportance of extra Curruzular ac t1v1t1es to dc veloplraderslup, team work, and school sp1r1t We hope that all three flepartrnents 'Vlll be expanded so that our school wlll be an example of a well rounded lnstxtutlon for boys and g1rls of thxs Communlty 2. , O C . - - . . . . . . . . , I . 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School I-hstory When M1ss Mar1on Marshall rang the school bell on September 7 1942 eleven happy faces greeted her for the flrst t1me They were R1ley Dorson Douglas Fr1tzel R1chard Hall B1lly House Joanne Humphrey Jean Kltch Vada McMan1s Jerry Murphy Harold Nelson Ph1l1p Younker and Frances Z1hlman When we entered the second grade we found that R1ley Dorson and Jerry Murphy had moved away and Joseph Lunstrum and B11ly Cook had Jomed us Durmg our thlrd year Douglas Frxtzel and Joseph Lunstrurn moved away and Lloyd Coles was added to our group The fourth grade found us Wlth f1ve new pup1ls Robert Davls Johnny Daugherty Donna Knupp Robert Dugger and Ray McLeland Lloyd Coles had moved away In the f1fth grade elght new members Jolned us Nancy Lawrence V1rg1n1a Schullo Judlth Lee Donna Coward Beverly Baker Eugene Overstreet Larry Swalm and Phylhs Houston Johnny Daugherty and Donna Knupp had moved away Robert Dugger and Judlth Lee left us 1n the s1xth grade and we welcomed Maman Nelson The follow1ng year found us wlth f1ve new members Charles Jacobs Jack1e R1tz Al1ce Thompson Carolee Wlnsell and Donna Knupp Jean K1tch left us to move to Fa1rf1eld and Nancy Lawrence moved to Memphls MIBSOUT1 The elghth grade class contlnued to lncrease w1th LOUISE Snodgrass and Jeanne Loar but we lost Charles Jacobs and A11Ce Thompson In the fall of 1950 e1ghteen members entered hlgh school Freshman 1n1t1at1on was carr1ed out w1th no casualt1es but we lost Betty Mallet and Maman Nelson Our total enrollment was as follows Beverly Baker Donna Coward George Kayser Rlchard Hall Phyll1s Houston Lee Holsapple Joanne Humphrey Donna Knupp Ray McLeland Vada McMan1s Harold Nelson Eugene Overstreet Lou1se Snod grass Larry Swalm Carolee W1nsell Ph1l Younker and Frances Zlhlman We then entered our sophomore year w1th the same group but durmg th1s term Harold Nelson left us to take up a vocat1on Dur1ng the surnmer followlng thls year Ray Mc Leland left to attend school at Cantrll As Junlors we real1zed our f1nal year at M1lton H1gh was rapldly approachlng and lt was more d1st1nct1y h1ghl1ghted at our Jun1or Sen1or banquet We all helped 1n putt1ng on the banquet and all 11keW1S6 enjoyed lt to the last rnlnute Now after we have flnally gone almost to the end of our good old days at M1lton we are left w1th tlurteen members 1n our class Beverly Baker Donna Coward R1chard Hall Phylhs Houston Lee Holsapple George Kayser Vada Younker Eugene Overstreet Lou1se Snodgrass Larry Swalm Carolee Wmsell Ph1l Younker and Frances Z-1hlman Only four of us have attended all twelve years at M1lton They are R1chard Hall Vada Younker Ph1l Younker and Frances Z1hlman 10 I 1 1 . - , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 I I , . . 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Class W1ll We the Semor Class of '54 of Mllton I-hgh School bemg sound of mlnd Q91 and body do hereby declare thxs to be our last wxll and testament It IS the deceased's dymg w1sh that thxs last wlll and testament at th1s tlme and place be produced read and d1sposed of as seen f1t We hereby declare all promxses large or small made by th1s class null and vo1d To the Jumors we leave all our unpald b1lls to dlspose of as they see f1t our senlor d1gn1ty and t1tle of senlors and our used land hard earnedl excuses To the sophomores the t1tle of Junxors and the candy we used to put 1n our class books To the freshmen our deepest syrnpathy they'll need lt when as sophomores they try to l1ve down the reputatlon the sophomores have left beh1nd We bequest the followlng to these persons Phyllxs Houston w1lls her posture and flgure to Beverly Bell and her ablllty to talk 1n class to Bob Boyd Beverly Baker leaves the front fender of her '48 Chevrolet hangmg on one of Clark Stookesberry's trucks and her sweet and flowery d1spos1t1on to Kay Atk1ns LOUISC Snodgrass w1lls one half her excess baggage to Mar1lyn Harryman and her dr1v1ng sk1ll to Leland Jackson chew1ng gum under her study hall seat to the next person who s1ts there Carolee Wmsell w1lls her poor black and bru1sed basketball knees to Joyce Luko Lee Holsapple w1lls all h1s g1rl fr1ends to B111 House and h1s masculme f1gure to Wayne Garrett Frances Zlhlman w1lls her ab1l1ty to talk around a quest1on 1D agr1culture class to B111 House Rlchard Hall w1lls h1s ab1l1ty to get along w1th glrls to Jerry Kerkove and h1s curly halr to Jack Swalm Donna Coward w1lls her allergy to wearmg sweaters to Nancy Wehner and her love for the navy to Lo1s Janmngs George Kayser wxlls one half h1s he1ght to Joe Wlnn and h1s wonderful sclen t1f1c m1nd 1n agr1culture class to Betty M1ers Ph1l1p Younker w1lls h1s qulet soothlng manner of speech to Larry Oaks and h1s flgure to Joe Wlnn Mascuhne that 1S l Larry Swalm w1lls h1s sl1m flgure to Wayne Garrett and h1s curly halr to Bob Smlthburg Eugene Overstreet w1lls one half h1s freckles and stralght ha1r to Jack Swalm In case of any survlvors dlsregard th1s w1ll ll , . I . . , . . ' ! 9 I ' , . . . , . - x " I 1 9 . . . , . . Vada Younker wills her ability to get a man to Joyce Wellborn, and her used l . ' I I Clas s Prophecy A number of years after graduat1on we f1nd on a l1ttle Jaunt around the Un1ted States a number of our old classmates go1ng about the1r everyday l1V6S uncon cerned about the rest of the1r old pals 5tart1ng at one end of th1s vast country we f1nd ourselves 1n Cal1forn1a and of all places at a naval base A few m1nutes r1de from the base we flnd why of course' It's the former Donna Coward bus1ly at work stra1ghten1ng the 2 by 4 a partment for the arrlval of her sa1lor husband S1nce ve ry few people know that Nutts are grow1ng 1n Colorado we w1ll sp1n to a small suburb of Denver and say a breezy "H1" to Mrs John C Nutt M D who am1dst all her patlents tr1es to keep tabs on all the l1ttle Nutts around the yard And of course Phyll1s IS plenty busy now Com1ng farther east we stop at a small country school for a few m1nutes and much to our surprlse there 1B a fam1l1ar face beh1nd the teacher's desk We all greet Beverly Baker who has real1zed her amb1t1ons as a teacher and resume our Journey homeward Suddenly there looms up ahead a road block and off to the s1de of the road we see there has been an acc1dent We follow the process1on onward to Omaha and stop on the outsk1rts of that c1ty What's that? 9 Why yes that Slgn says "Z1hlman Funeral Home Of course we'll have to stop and g1Ve Frances our best regards Turn1ng our attent1on to warmer cl1mates we are Texas bound' The newest mult1 m1ll1ona1re 1n th1s great South 1S of thmgs' A WOMAN' " As we stop at the far stretchmg expanse of h1lls and hollers we see galloplng toward us astr1de one of her pr1ze beaut1es of the horse world Carolee W1nsell After a short stroll around the corrals we take agam to the road and speed through the com1ng dusk We stop at a roads1de d1ner for a b1te and not1ce the huge d1esel traller parked Just outslde the entrance Prlnted across the length of the truck 1n large bold letter are the words "YOUNKER'S TRANS CONTINENTAL FREIGHT SPRVICE " We enter and encounter Ph1l Younker who f1llS our super hour wlth h1S exc1t1ng ad Veer1ng north once more we enter Tulsa Oklahoma a great o1l town Spy1ng great derr1cks all around we real1ze the s1gn1f1cance but we would never connect lt wlth the name Overstreet But there he s1ts, beh1nd the large desk, 1n a plush UIf1C6 try1ng to flgure out the p1le of myst1fy1ng papers before h1m As he pro v1des for another 500 O00 gallons of o1l to be sent to h1s father 1n law 1n M1ltOH who 1S 1n the heat1ng and plumb1ng bus1ness the great mahogany door Opens and Lou1se Snodgrass enters to present h1m w1th another stack of those terr1ble papers NOt1C1Dg the gas gauge reg1ster1ng shghtly empty we pull 1nto the f1rst gas stat1on we see after leav1ng Tulsa TEXACO' ' Now that r1ngs a bell' ' The name R1chard Hall comes to me Why' There he 1S now wa1t1ng for us to pull 1nto the dr1ve he can f1ll our tank w1th h1s wonderful atom1c gasollne In lll1no1s we f1nd two of our old classmates Wh1le attend1ng one of the lll1no1s Iowa football games Lee Holsapple stands talk1ng w1th George Kayser who 1S now the coach of Il11no1s Lee 1S explamlng why he left Iowa and returned to the state of staunch Democrats Iova was too full of Repubhcans to su1t h1m F1nally as a cl1max to our Journey we d6C1de to v1s1t the Capltal of the Un1ted States where we know we'll f1nd Larry Swann as an F B I agent At the pre sent t1me he 1S out on a case and we cannot reach h1m Wh1le here at Washlngton I shall P1Ck up my d1scharge wh1ch IS now awaltlng me After my last 30 day furlough from the W A F 's I shall return to M1lton where my husband has been keep1ng the home f1res and the washlng mach1ne go1ng Tw ns you know Cheerlo' Vada Younker 12. 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V S Juniors Bxlly House L1 land Tacks on Bob Boyd Wanda Hunter Eleanor McFadden Connxe Wxlson Betty MICYS Nancy Wehne r Dale Km rx Aff Marxlylx Harryman Darrel Wheaton 14 Ivan Holsapple ff 'K FRESHMEN ' SOPHOMCRES fi W qqm g l Q KW! f 4 2 SN" jd 5' ' I llzll - X X I f X f K IW I Joy: e Iuko R onnle Conne r Joyce We11born B111 Prxce Freshmen 'ei 'ir ll I il Bob Cook Janet Peterson Larry Oaks Jeanette Blrchmxer Atkms Joe Wmn xrley Harryrnan Gary Gooden She r ry Rankxn .hm Younker 'U' -ex! Dar1ene Humphrey R xley Dorson Peggy Thomas A Charly Andrews Naney P31715 Ronald Lunsford 16 1 1 f QI x j 7 .1 7 4 A! r Q M . AE in I kk 'R 4 3 . 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ACTIVITIES f LDNN Q Q Q WD ix QQ Q- , RN in f ,ff A I W I ,X x NN M fu I .fix 1 W Q Q A M KJ J School Program August 1053 Monday 31st School opened fTroubles beg1n 1 September 1053 Frlday 18th Freshmen 1n1t1at1on party October 1053 Wednesday 7th Teachers' meetlng at Falrfleld QF1rst vacatlon 1 Monday 10th Senlor PICTUISS Chlsman Stud1os 1Beaut1ful p1ctures Ha' Ha'1 Tuesday 20th School Carn1va1 Thursday 22nd C1od's Poruon Sale QSchoo1 d1sm1ssed at 0 451 Saturday 31st Basketball glrls attended a cl1n1c 1n Ottumwa November 1053 Tuesday 3rd Douds there QBasketball season opens 1 Fr1day 6th Bonaparte here Tuesday 10th Keosauqua here Wednesday 11th Senlors attended Walter Mayer trlal 1n Bloomileld Frlday 13th Pulaskl there Tuesday 17th Troy there Frlday 20th Farmmgton here Tuesday 24th Cantrll there Thursday 26th and Frlday 27th December 1953 Tuesday lst H1llSb0TO here Thanks g 1v1ng Vac atlon Tuesday 8th Stockport here Frmday llth Selma here Tuesday 15th Troy here Thursday 17th Chrlstmas Program Frrday 18th B1rrn1ngham here Tuesday 22nd Pulaskl here December 24th to January 4th 1054 Chr1stmas Vacatlon January 1054 Tuesday 5th Cantrml here F1-1day Sth Stockport there Monday llth to Fr1day 15th Glrls' County Tournament at Stockport Nlonday 18th to Frlday 22nd Boys' County Tournament at Cantr1l Tuesday 26th Bonaparte there Fr1day 20th Keosauqua there February 1054 Monday lst to Frlday 5th Curls' Sectlonal at Moulton Frlday 5th Basketball Banquet Monday 8th to Frlday 12th Boys' Sect1onal at Bloomf1eld Fr1day 12th Selma there March 1054 Fr1day 12th Mus1c Festrval at Douds KVoca1 groups 1 Thursday 18th Boys' Basketball team attended State Tournament Fr1day 26th MUSIC Festwal at Stockport Clnstrumental groups 1 Saturday 27th Campus Capers Fa1rf1eld QA look at college days 26 1 I U . I . , . . . . . , Friday 4th--Douds here, Apr11 15154 r1da 7nd 1111101 Chien- Pllx 1'1c1.1x 0111 111c1 Hturday 10111 1 511 x in C Orr1m11n1ty C1r11rs 1 stu W1 11111 sday 714111 County Qomm1 1L1d1 Conn 51 at If os 111q11a 1I'1L1d.y 5f't11 51 mor C1aSS Play Niqy 1031 r1c1ay 7th and Saturday Sth 5CY11OI' 1r1p 1W11at a wondgrful wack ond 1 F11d,1y 1-1t1 51 mors dlbmlssl cl 141111 v Sgmors I r1c1ax 1-11.11 TLIDIOI' Se r11Or 1 auqmgt 511r1c11v 1ot11 1J'1kCZ3.13.L1I'L8.1C 5 rmor 11 IN11 t11Od1st C1lL1fL1' T111 sdax lfith E1ght.1'1 Cr 1611 Lorunu r1c rm 111 T11111 sday 211111 C1155 Day hx1 1'Q1sQ T111lI'bC1dy 211111 Commn nc 1 m1 111 1 r Q1 x Z1 t bL11001C11SI'1'11SbLd 2.7 If ' yu --, 1 - 1' A ', 5 5. ' -- V1-' -ja -l ' ' I '- '11- '31, K - - '..1 -- 1 ' ' -"' 1' 11- z , V , lr-L F . V . V '-. 4 . . J X - . . , , f --1 - v J , , f 6 , - . , - - Q, -- 4 ' ' 1' 11, ' A- ' I' 1 --4. 12 ' V1 X 'UA ' . ' ' - --Q1 " 13,11 1fJ:lJCJ, '1 1 ill' S --1' ' ' '- , Annual Staff SEATED LLE Iiulsippln Dnmrm Coward Phxl 'iuunkm r Ruhard Hall STANDING LOUISK Snodgrd 5 Mr M41oy Cn-UML Wmsall C1 orgg Kaysnr Larry bwalm Eugn nn Ovprstrvnl. Frnu-,S llhlman Beverly baknr Phylhb Houston Vada 'luunkar Paper Staff SL XTLD A 0 gr nw 01111 uw xr a O F lm ado x15 U Un om cr F anus FAX A L Z8 I . - 5 v . , ' ,L ,, J. I K. , v , Y fn: 'h I Lux11sv5r1ucigr.1bs. L' r Q1 Wg ' -ll, D 1 . C 'z d, Yad Y L1 .km-r, STANDLXG. .Mr-A DQ-V4 ..1Z L-.xrrx'5wa1r'n, Cworgg Fax 51-r, Hxfinrd Hall, Ezggqnc O',,rstr Q-L7 i, 1. mfq- ' l:'Aph, PEt.'1't H 'lil , PRA 'L' x.k- , r' -. Zjilximxxl fl.-xw BQ k -r, Band FRONT ROW Judlth Meloy Marjorxe Bxrchmur Pat Kayser Mary Hall Barbara Klnsxngor Llnda Sandy Mar1lyn Harryrnan bherrle Rankm SECOND ROW Joe Wlnn Mary Kmslnger Harlene Hudson Jlm Younker Roger Epperly be verly Baker Rxghard Hall Karen MgBrateny J1m Kxttle Judy Younkrr J1mmy Roberts Lmda Kerby George Kayser THIRD ROW Shlrley Harryman Marlene Johnson Jlmmy Kayser Nanny Kerby Ellene Allen Patty Klttle Charlotte Hall Bevprly Bell Bllly Prme Phyllxs Kayser Merlpn Harryman Charles Andrews L1ndaCvooden Bob Sm1thburg Dlana Hudson Wayne Norton Edwm Burchett Monte Wllson Phyllls Houston bTANDlNG Bernard Onerlnern Dlrector Sandy Wxlson Conme Wllson Joyce Wcllborn as Cro!-gl Kdyglr baxop J P L r N lr Beverly Baker Lorne! rr V31 llxs cl"ard I l J 9 , .L N . , ' V - , 1' 1 J , ' i sf SENIORS lN BAND TRUMPET TRIO 1 - v ' I' 'A , " hom- Jin: JU u .lc -r, Karr- . .lr-G ' V ' .-ny, Hog ' Er: -ply. Play llo .s!on, Trwrxxb-:rm Rlp' fill. 'l-rxrrxp-I Z Chorus FRONT ROW Judy Younker Lmda Gooden Joyce Luko Darlene Humphrey Annlta Andrews Shcrrle Rankm Mary Hall Phylhs Houston L1ndaKerby Phylhs Kay Mr Bernard Oncrhe1m Dlrector DECOND ROW Karon McBratcny Kathyle en Wmsell Lols Janmngs Janet Paterson Conmr Wxlson Beverly Baker Shxrley Harryman THIRD ROW Mary Kmsmger Batty M1 rs Judy Meloy Nancy Wehner Pat Kayser Frances Zxhlman Joyce Wellborn Kay Atkms Sandra Wxlson Vada Younker Marxlyn Harryrnan SENIOR DUET SEXTET Vada Younker Vada Younker Phylhs Phylhs Houston Houston Nxncy Wehner Mar11ynf1arr1man 5h1r1ey Harrxman Kay Atkms Not Pxctured 30 , ' ser, , f ' , ' , Peggy Thomas, BQ-tty Pierce, Bonnie Roby, Linda Sandy, J Junlor Play Cast HERE COMES CHARLIE Apr11 Z Nora Malone Cook at Elhot home Betty M1ers Off1cer Tun McG1ll Nora's sweetheart Robert Boyd Mrs Fanny Farnham Larry's aunt by marr1age Conn1e WITSOH Larry Elhot A young bus1ness man Ivarl Holsapple Ted Hartley H1s old t1me college pal .Darrell Wheatfm V1V1aH Srnythe Kersey Larry's flancee Marllyn Harryman Uncle Aleck TW1ggS In charge of Charl1e Dale Kerr Charl1e Hopps Larry's ward Wanda Hunter Mrs Carol1ne Smythe Kersey V1v1an's mother .Nar1CY W6h1'161' Mortlmer Smythe Kersey V1v1an's brother Leland Jackson Dlrectol- RoyM Senor Stage Manager House Prgmpters Kay Atk1ns and Shlrley Harryrnan Larry Elllot who th1nks he has Just become guardlan of a small boy 1S Jolted to f1nd he has taken a g1rl to ra1se seventeen and pretty The error comes because Charlotte 1S called Charhe Larry 1S already engaged to the 1mper1ous V1v1an and 1S bossed by a snobb1sh aunt Another female 1n the house doesn't dellght h1m Charlle arr1ves and starts out by cal11ng Larry "Poppa Charhe 1S pleased but the lad1es are not Eventually the pa1r has to part w1th Charl1e corn1ng back but oh so d1fferent Charl1e 1S barely recognlzed 1n her successor the glor1ous Charlotte who flutters all rnasculme hearts The end IS a pleasant nnxture of Sen1or Play Cast SILAS SMIDGE FROM TURNIP RIDGE The Sen1or Class of 1954 Aprll 30 Neurasthen1a Tw1ggs A stage struck h1red g1rl Frances Z1hlman M155 S1mpl1c1ty McPheeters Thaddeus' s1ster Donna Coward Oswald Gorllck Clerk 1n Thaddeus' store George Kayser Judy An orphan Walf LOUISE Snodgrass Florence McPheeters Thaddeus' ar1stocrat1c daughter Phylhs Houston Thaddeus Mcpheeters The vlllage Shylock R1chard Hall Ralph Thornhlll A young M1n1ster Larry Swann En1d Thornlfnll HIS s1ster Carolee W1n5e11 Leola P1xley The v1llage postm1stress Vada Younker Ben Bruce A young farmer S1las' nephew Lee Holsapple S1las Sm1dge From Turn1p R1dge County Clay 1n lo way Ph1l1p Younker Wayne Kendall Thaddeus' stepson a black sheep Eugene Overstreet MISS Mur1el Arrn1tage .Judy's aunt Beverly Baker S1135 Sm1dge once a poor boy, returns after 30 years to g1ve the town a sur pr1se and a treat H15 entry IS a sensat1on for he comes by a1rplane and drops 1n v1a parachute He rnlscalculates shghtly and lands on the cowshed of Deacon Mc Pheeters the stmgxest man 1n town and the man who formerly had run S1135 off He returns from Turn1p R1dge County Clay 1n Io way An orphan Walf Uudy contr1butes pathos and 1n conJunct1on w1th a country grocery store boy fOswaldl and a stage struck g1rl QNeurasthen1al some r1otous comedy An appealmg splnster fS1mpl1c1tyJ syrnpathet1c and opposed to goss1p 1S balanced by another of the opposlng type fl.-eola l 31 C , ........ . . , ...... . . . , , . . . . ' V , I . - a . a 1 . 0 I 7 - Q I 0 0 Q ' , . n 1 1 . , ........... . . . , ' , . h 0 Q . e - , .... . . , . . . ,. . . . . ,, . . , , , . D I . , . . 1 , . . . . . . , , . laughs, love, and a touch of pathos. O by I - ' . I I I I ' , . . . . i Q o l 1 0 u , - ................... . . 5 ' ' . . . . ' 1 A 0 I l D Q 0 0 0 I Q ! I 0 I I Q 0 0 Q l U I I u 0 0 0 u 0 I s a I . 2 . . 0 I I I o a 9 I 1 I o I 1 . 1 I 0 0 0 0 o a I Q u I 1 2 y . ' . . . . . . I l ! 0 e o C I n u Q 1 0 s I a Q n I a 0 I s o 0 o I Q n I . . , 1 . I - ' ! . . g . . , 7 I , , - . M 7 7 . I . l - . , . . , . . , . What What What What What What What What What What What What What What What What What What What What What What lf 1 WOuldH't It Be Funny I - George Kayser were 5 feet tall and welghed 200 pounds Frances never lost her temper 'P Phyllls Houston would fa1l 1n Amerlcan H1story'7 Ph1l1p Younker would shave off h1s mustache 9 Larry Swa1m would f1nd a steady g1rl fr1end'? Vada McMan1s Younker weren't marr1ed" LOUISE Snodgrass would get the fam1ly car for one n1ght'7 Eugene Overstreet would adm1t he llkes Annlta Andrews '7 Mr Summers wouldn t g1ve hls government class a test for a month? Lo1s Jannmgs would hook George Kayser? Donna Coward wouldn't study her government lesson? Beverly Baker wouldn't lose her temper 1n a basketball game '7 Lee Holsapple would f1nd a g1rl fr1end 1n M1lton'7 Carolee W1nsell would talk too much? R1chard Hall d1dn't l1ke g1rls 7 Mr Meloy would come to school w1th h1s ha1r not combed? Joyce Wellborn would speak only when spoken to? Mr DeVault would get a key to h1s Amerlcan Hlstory tests 9 The Mllton g1rls' basketball team went to the State Tournament? Frances Z1hlman would be a cash1er 1n Rob1nson's Super Market? The Senlor Class would co operate P Leland Jackson and Rlley Dorson wouldn't rob the cradle to get then' women 7 ff,-J!!! X Senlor Tr1p Early on the morn1ng of May 7 1954 4 00 A M to be exact the Sen1or class M1lton H1gh scrambled 1nto the1r cars and headed sleep1ly for the Dells of the W1scons1n R1ver Our flrst exploratlon came as we crulsed on the W1scons1n Rlver start1ng at the Lower Dells and worklng to the Upper Dells Beautlful r1ver scenery met every glance as we chugged up the m1ghty W1scons1n After spendlng the n1ght 1n the Holland Hotel of the Dells, we started out early the second day to explore the Cave of Dark Waters the Huge Hawks' B1ll the Baby Grand P1ano and the Cugantlc Arrowhead Near evenlng we had our supper and wltnessed the Stand Rock Ind1an Ceremonlal On tae th1rd day we caught up on a httle sleep and start ed homeward a blt tlred but w1th many wonderful adventures behlnd us We sen1ors w1sh to say "Thank you' to all the parents and teachers who gave thell' t1me and splendld cooperatlon to make th1s tr1p posslble May many more l1ke them be enjoyed by the future sen1ors of M1lton H1gh m years to come 32 f - .. 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K f Q 'QSC xx I xi KS XX Wx xx ' V I F Basketball Line -Up GIRIJS BASKETBALL Coach H C Summers Chaperone Charlotu Summers Manager Annxta Andrews BACK ROW SECOND ROW Coach Summers Carolae Wxnsell Nancy Wghncr Wanda Hunter Vada Younker Beverly Baker Ann1ta Andrvrws Home Game s Bonaparu Yeosauqua Farmxngtun Ihllsboro Douds Stockport Sclrna Troy lirmlnyslxarrm Pulaskx Cantrll 7 Guard Guard I' orward Guard Forward Managn r Mary Pender Louxse Snodgrass Janet Pete rson Darlene Humphrey hav Atklns Marxlyn Harryman Rosaln Conner THIRD ROW bhlrley Harryman Guard Kathy W1nsell Forward Sandra Wmlson Forward Karr-n Mc Brat bcorc They A A J eny Forward Games Away Douds PLll3Skl frox f antrll Slockporl 4. I onapartn- C- ma .. iivosa aqua ' County Tournarzx- Mrlron ............... ' Selma ..... Sectional Tournament M1lton ............... , . Numa ..,. . 34 OI'Wa Forward Guard Guard r Guard Guard Forward Guard bc ore They Basketball Line -Up BOY'S BASKETBALL Coach H C Summers Manager Darrell Wheaton BACK ROW FRONT ROW Coach Summers Ronnie Conner Bob Cook Ivan Holsapple Roger Epperly Jerry Kerkove Gary Gooden, Darrell Wheaton Home Games Bonaparte Keosauqua Farmington Hillsboro Douds Stoc kport Selma Troy Birmingham Pulaski Cantril Milton ........ Milton. . . . . . Milton ,,,,,, Guard Guard .Forward Forward Center Forward Guard Manager Score They 51 47 Z7 55 59 50 47 49 45 59 Robert Boyc. Guard Bobby Smitrburg Guard Jimmy Younker George Kay er Eugene Overstreet Lee H01 napple Games Awa I Douds Pulaski Troy Cantril Stoc kport Bonaparte Ke-os auqua Selma County Tournament .......55 Ke os auqua . Sectional Tournament ...65 ....-14 Selma, , , Agency . . . C 71 43 50 61 55 37 71 Forward Forward Forward Guard lhey 39 54 48 37 33 38 37 ...58 'UI Baseball fl FRONT ROW Robert Boyd Robert Smxthburg Jerry Kerkove Roger Epperly Ivan Holsapple SECOND ROW Coach Summers Darrell Wheaton Jxm Younker George Kayser Lee Holsapple Eugene Overstreet MW Cheerleader s Nancw Vfhner Comme wllson Pcggw Thomas 36 SCHOCL FUN Z 5 '97 Wx X'-34 1 l N-qi: W 7 XIX f ' X, Y X ' ,I Peraona11t1e s Conte st Most Concelted Femlmne Fxgure Best Personalxty Best Sport 1 Phylhs Houston 1 Joyce 1-uko 1 Carolee Wxnsell 2 Donna Coward 1 Carolee Wxnsell 2 Phyllll Houston Z Connxe Wxlson 2 Nancy Wehner 3 Peggy Thomas 3 NaUCY Wehner 3 Frances Zlhlman 3 Beverly Baker Good Manners l Frances Zxhlman 2 Marxlyn Harryrnan Blggest Flxrt 1 Lon Jnnmngs Z Nancy Wehner 3 C 1 W D C M P aro ee onna MostMxsch1e-vous Loyalty 3 ary ender 1 Beverly Baker 1 Connxe Wxlson Z Wanda Hunter 2 Mgr11ynH 3 Phyllxs H Cures: Best Groomed 1 Joyce Luko 1 Louxses Phy111sH 2 Phylhs Houston Z A-ll-Tilt-3A Most Lxkely To Succeed 3 Afmlfa A Sh-H1'l'Y R 3 Ccmnle W NHHCY W 1 Phyllxs Houston Z Marxlyn Harryman 3 Louxse Snodgrass Frxe ndhe st Connxe Wxls on B Worst Case est Athlete 1 Marllyn Harryman Wanda Hunter Darr 11 Wheaton Carolee Wxnsell Nancy W Janet P Loxs J 38 Carolee Wmsell Frances Z Phylhs H Beverly Baker . 1 4 3. Janet P. Pat K. 2. Carolee W., Ngncy W. I 1. , , Z, ' . ' 3. . ' 1, e 3, 2, A 3. . . 3. ' . Pe rs onalltle s Conte st Most Lxkely To Succeed 1 Rxchard Hall Z Lee Holsapple 3 Darrell Wheaton Belt Groomed Most Muchxevous 1 Larry Swaxm 1 George Kayser 2 Rxchard Hall 2 Rrchard Hall 3 George Kayser 3 Phzhp Younker B1ggest Flxrt 1 Rlchard Hall Z Rlley Dorson 3 George Kayser Cutest Best Personalxty Jack Swaxm 1 Lee Holsapple Lee Holsapple Z Ivan Holsapple Jxm Younker George Kayser Loyalty 1 Lee l-lolsapple 2 Ivan H Eugene O 3 LarrY S Bob B Good Manners 1 Larry Swazm Masculme Flgure l Lee Holuapple 2 Jun Younker 3 Ph1l1p Younker Most Concelted 1 Rxchard Hall Z Eugene Overstreet 3 Billy PYICE Frxendlxest I Donme Y Lee H Z George Kayser 3 Bob Sm1thburg 2 Lee H Bob5 3 George K Donnxe Y Worst Case Best Sport I Lee Holsa 1 L PP e Best Athlete 2 Joyce uko 2 Bob Boyd Rxchard Hall l Eugene Overstreet 3 lean I-iO15app1e 2 Lee Holsapple 3 Bob Boyd 39 W , 0 o 1 x A .-e............. , . 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