Milton High School - Miltonian Yearbook (Milton, WV)

 - Class of 1946

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F u a i S f E 5 5 4 E 5 s F 5 E 5 i E E 5 3 4 iimn, ' .ann 1..u.:.-.Q 4.4 .1 -uu11-m1u.m1z1nLvp - mmn Ju..-J-, L .- , -z 1 ,'L. fflifff X S 'I ' 1793 X fixxibffi ' CLR X Q D S f 7 1945 Thirty-,first Commencement Issue SPGNSORED BY THE SENIOR CLASS ...of... MILTON HIGH SCHOCL MILTON, W. VA. ' X 1 H .- :- -I , T .., 'I - Y, Q' e 1 ?1 w.,- M A - -3-QQ: A V V Q yn-.H-i VY 4-g F ' gf- f-5? - 1-f5L,,f :Biz ' ---s -V ,if , ,QF v . K - in Q u -sw Q-. ,,. --:E i i N ki he 57- - i :5 I-' ' - I. fy ...4 ll '- 3 , I U -- hi it i ,, : . is 5 : E f gl ,ii S 5355 'E 9, L. 2-'A ' 1 :5 5 fra g.l:l.rtMlI!..Jg5 1 E- gi i s g- ig 1 - -'ff' A -., if :A 1.1- Q ' QE!-'-J'fA 1 5. 'fi VTGVJ Q14 s M 1: ' , s 5 e ' ' gag--L -Q- -is '?'22-'pst -l . -: gl ' " -- -iii- DEDICATION Page Two s The members of the G-raduating Class of 1946 'wish to dedicafe fhis issue of the "Milt011ia11." to those boys in our class who 1Ll7S6'IfiSlIJljf interrupted their high school careers to enter the Armed Service of OIL1' country: Paul Black, Carl Foster, Dale Meadows, ami. Henry Richardson. MR. STOVER Mr. Stover has been connected with our school since l93O. He was head coach for thirteen years, until he went to Barboursville in the fall of l94-4. We were very glad to welcome him back last December when he returned to us to assume the duties of the prin- cipalship. He received his A. B. degree from Davis and Elkins College and his M. A. from the University of Kentucky. APPRECIATION The staff of the "Miltonian" wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. White for his invaluable assistance in obtaining advertisements and to the Art and Commerce Departments for their help in arranging the material and in the art work connected with our first post- war Miltonian. Page V Tbrcv FAC U LTY Reading from left to right. Seated: Mrs. Clark, Miss Kline, Mrs. Stanley, Mrs. Frazier, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Christian, Mrs. McCIung, Miss Grady, Mrs. Harshbarger, Mrs, Henderson, Miss Wayland, Miss Perry, Miss Dent, Miss Blake. Standing: Mr. Cummings, Mr. Ball, Mr. Sovine, Mr. Stover, Mr. Harshbarger, Mr. White, Mr. Cain, Mr. Cox. Absent: Mr. Throckmorton and Miss Doak. Page Fam' FACULTY y BALL, BENJAMIN F. Instructor in Art and Science A. B. Marshall College Harvard University U. S. Navy BLAKE, HELEN Instructor in Commerce and English A. B. Marshall College M. A. University of Pittsburgh CAIN, JAMES A. Instructor in Psy. Ed.- A. B. West Va. Wesleyan Glenville College CHRISTIAN, LILLIAN R. Instructor in Home Economics and Biological Science A. B. Marshall College Graduate work, Marshall College CLARK, HELENE H. Instructor in Home Economics A. B. Marshall College M. A. Columbia University COX, JOHN J. Instructor in Social Science A. B. Marshall College. , CUMMINGS, DONALD I-if Instructor in Math 'A. B. Marshall College . DENT, MARY Librarian A. B. Marshall College DOAK, MARTHA JEAN Instructor in Phy. Ed. A. B. University of Kentucky FRAZIER, JUANITA M. Instructor in English A. B. Marshall College GRADY, PATTY Instructor in Latin, History and English A. B. Marshall College M. A. Columbia University HARSHBARGER, J. HAROLD Instructor 'in Social Studies and Band B. S., W. Va. Wesleyan MI A. Marshall college HARSHBARGER, NELL J. Instructor in Physical Science A. B., W. Va. Wesleyan HENDERSON, Roxie B. Instructor in Social Studies and American History A. B. Muskingum College A. M. Marshall College ' JACKSON, MARY JO Instructor in Music and English . A. B. Marshall College Graduate work, Boston University KLINE, BLANCHE Instructor in English A. B. Marshall College MCCLUNG, EUGENIA ROGERS Instructor in Social Science and Biology A. B. Marshall College PERRY, VIDA Instructor in Social Science . A. B. 'Marshall College , sovlNE, RICHARD w. A Instructor in Agriculture and Vo-Ag B. A., W. Va. University WAYLAND, RUTH Instructor in Commerce , B. S. State Teachers College Warrenburg, Missouri WHITE, O. O. Instructor in Social Studies, Phy. Ed. and Physical Science A. B. Davis and Elkins Graduate work, West Va. University THROCKMORTON, H. E. Instructor in Vo-Ag Farm Shop Future Farmer Advisor B. Sc, Ohio 'University M. Sc. Cornell University NELLIE JACKSON FINLEY Secretary Page Five 1 MR. SCHWARTZ Mr. Schwartz came to Milton High School in the fall of l944 to replace Mr. Lowe, who entered the service at that time. He was a great help to us in our junior yeor, in arrange- ment of schedules and credits. He returned to us this year, but was in turn replaced by Mr. Stover in December. Mr. Schwartz re- ' ceived his B. S. degree from Ohio State Uni- versity and his M. A. degree from Marshall College. BOARD OF EDUcATloN ' Left to right: Mr. H. F. White, Mr. -W. T. Toney, Mr. O. C. Nutter, Mr. R. F. Brooks, Mr. G. S Harris Mr. C. N. Fannin. Page Six September OUR 1945-1946 CALENDAR 3--Opening of school with 535 enrolled. Mr. White lcoachl, Miss Snyder, Mrs. Frazier, Mrs. Stanley, and Miss Blake were added to the faculty. Septembe r September October October October October November November November November November November November November November November December December December 7-Opening of football season. Won 4 games and lost 6. - lO-Movie, "The Story at Alexander G. Bell." l-Mr. Cain was added to the faculty as assistant coach. 9-Movie, "Count of Monte Cristo." l 6-Assembly. l9-Homecoming game with Wayne. I-Lions Club playj 8-Girls' Glee Club went to Westmoreland to sing for a Woman's Club meeting. l3-Movie, "Heidi." . I4-F. F. A. party. ' I5-National Education Week play, "Let Me Come, Back." 2l-The faculty had a Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. Schwartz and his wife were guests. 22-23-Thanksgiving holidays. Get a rest! -' - 26-Mr. Schwartz, our principal, left our school, and Mr. Stover came. ' 27-Seniors order their class rings. ' 29-Junior play, "Aunt Tillie Goes To Town." " l l-Movie, "Sun Valley Serenade." l2-Senior Christmas party. l4-The Girls' Glee Club gave a Christmas cantata for the student body and for the Methodist Church. December i4-Christmas vacation begins. January 8-Movie, "The Pied Piper." February 2 February l February l February l February l February 2 -Mr. Cain and Miss Snyder were married, Groundhog Day. 2-Barboursville Band presented a concert. 3-Our band visited Barboursville High School, , 4-Our band visited Morris Memorial Hospital. . Q 9-Girls' Glee Club gave a program of modern music for the P. T. A. ,-founders. 2-F. F.'A. Achievement Day, gave assembly program. . February Z5-First semester ended and several teachers were added to the faculty: Mr. Sovine, second F. F. A. advisor, Miss Perry, and Mr. Ball. Miss Evans left us. March 7-Movie, "lmmortaI Sergeant." , , March I2-Woman's Club plays. ' . March l3-Seniors' Pictures--Smile at the birdie. - TV' I March i5--Some music students presented a program of George Gershwinfs music for the 20th Century Club. ' " ' g March l8-Animal Show. . . -' March 2l-Group 'pictures were made. V March 25-Wayne band visited usp a nice program. ' . V ' . - March 3l-F. F. A. guests at Hotel Prichard dinner of Ohio Valley-Hereford Breeders' Ass'nt April 4-Glee Club sings for Lions Club meeting at Justice Inn, April 8-Charleston Federation F. F. A. Scholarship Day and banquet. April i5-Milton band visited Wayne for a concert. V April A' May 2, 3, May May lO- May 3Of-Tacky Day. 4-Annual State Band Festival. 9-Senior play, "Miss Jimmy," for the studentgbody. Senior play for the public. ' F l5-Glee .Club sang at the Spring Concert, Cabell County Choral Festival. May l7-Junior-Senior Banquet. . ' Q . May ??-Senior Skip Day. May 26-Baccalaureate Sermon. ' May 27-Citizenship Ceremonial at Keith-Albee. May 30--Decoration Day. No school. May 3l-Commencementl--Good-bye Seniors. .L , -, f v" 'Ne Page Seven Pagv Eight X, g-li' Q vffwdf - ,Z Y .X 2 - X 1 Z 3 I . g 4 4 I. X f 'fy -ME 4, , ,,M,,, 9 H I .- ' Q K ,4 xfwca ,-! K0 N Page N inc' s ,IU5 wi 54 i Q55 Pagr Tm N5 President - Richard Rowsey Vice-President Charles Powell, Jr. Secretory-Treasurer Dorothy Rowsey SPONSORS MRS. HARSH BARGER MISS GRADY 5 Xl? 'Z CHARLES POWELL, JR. RICHARD ROWSEY DOROTHY ROWSEY Football '43-'45 5ootlEallb'4Jg'4f6 "MAcA's mem Hgsbandn -- - - I ,I ee u ' -' u pa igma Cmzenshlp Ceremom.Ol,, 43 45 Pres. of Class '44, '46 DAR Good Citizen '46 "Dress ReVE"5'C'l Basketball '43-'46 L Representative Band Clinic -lf. High T"0Ck Meet "Ma's New Husband" Secretory Senior Class Miltonian Staff "Dress Reversiol" , 6 giiltonian Staff A - 1 -I All Tournament Team '4 ir onorarian V'Ce'PreS'dem 45 46 Boy Honorarion Band '42-'46 "Miss Jimmy" "Miss Jimmy" MILDRED TURNER Glee Club '43-'46 Valedictorian Mu Alpha Sigma Miltonion Staff PATRICIA TlBBETS Mu Alpha Sigma Glee Club '43-'46 Manager of Junior Class Play Jr. Red Cross Council '44-'46 Reporter '45-'46 Miltonian Staff Vice-Pres. af Class '42 Salutatorian "Let Me Come Back" Page Eleven EVA ROBERTS Vice-president of class '42,g Miltonian staftg Honor stu- dent. MARY LOU HUDGINS Glee Club '43-'46g Band '44-'45p Maiorette '45-'46p Mu Alpha Sigmag Citizen- ship Ceremonialg "Let Me Come Back"g Girls' basket- ball teamg "Ma's New Hus- band"g "Miss 'Greyhound"g Honor student: "Miss Jim- rnyll PAUL BLEDSOE Honor Student MAXINE BLEDSOE Citizenship Ceremonialp Girls' Basketball teamp Honor Student KATHRYN sPuRl.ocK Girls' Basketball team '42- '46-Captain '45-'46g Vol- leyball teamg Citizenship Ceremonial '445 Secretary of Junior Classy Miltonian Staffg Honor Student Page Twelve BEATRICE WALDEN Glee Club '43-'46p Student Council '40-'4lg Vice-presi- dent of Class '4lg Secretory of Home Room '44p Citizen- ship Ceremonialp Honor Stu- dentg Miltonian statfg "Ma's New Husband"g "Miss Jim- myll SAM HARSHBARGER Band '34-'46j Glee Club '43-465 Mu Alpha Sigma: "Dress Reversial"g Basket- ball '42-'46g "Christopher's Candle"p "Let Me Come Back"g Miltonian Staffg Honor Student MAXINE MORRISON Glee Clubg Citizenship Cere- monialg Miltonian staffg Honor Student .ff-X ELI ZABET MEADOWS 5 0515 ' Glee Clubg "Ma's New Hus- band"g Citizenship Cere- monial Speaker '45g Mil- tonian staffg Honor Student: "Miss Jimmy" VERNON HENRY Mu Alpha Sigmag Honor Stu- dent ANNA MAE NICHOLAS Honor Student "Miss Jimmy" LENA GAIL BLACKWOOD Glee Club '43-'46 HARLEY BLACK "Dress ReversiaI'f Manager of Football Team '43-'46 FREDDIE McCALLlSTER DENNIS ADKINS Glee Club Citizenship Ceremonial '44 VIRGINIA BREEDLOVE Attendant to Miss Greyhound Honor Student BILL WILLIAMS Football '42-'46 "Dress Reversial" "Let Me Come Bock" Treasurer of F. F. A. '45-'46 NORA BLACK Citizenship Ceremonial Miltonian Staff RUTH J EAN CHAPMAN CECELIA SHAW Band Page Thirteen ROBERT WELLS Let Me Come Back" Bond '43-'46 Glee Club '45-'46 "Miss Jimmy" OPAL FINLEY MADALYN RAMSEY Miltonian Staff RUTH CLARK GLENNA JEAN MILLER Citizenship Ceremonial Miltonian Staff Page Fourteen . 1 ELNORA ASHWORTH Girls' Basketball Team ' '44-'46 VIOLET FINLEY GENE HOWELL 'Be Home By Midnight "Ma's New Husband" KATHLEEN MCCOMAS CHARLES BURDETTE President F. F. A. 1946 Sec. of F. F. A. 1945 Sec. of Charleston Federation 1946 ATALOA BURTON CHARLES JORDAN "Let Me Come Back" Basketball '42-'46 Foul Trophy '46 All Tournament Team '45, ' "Be Home By Midnight" "Ma's New Husband" Band '40-'45 Drum Major '45-'46 "Miss Jlmmy" Track Meet JUNE ALEXANDER 4 "Aunt Tillie Goes To Town" Miltonion Staff DAVID BLACKWOOD F. F. A. Band '42-'46 Glee Club '42, '45 Basketball '45 Properties Manager of Junior Play '45 CLARA MILLER NORMA JEAN HOLLEY V EVA JENKINS Citizenship Ceremonial '44 GENE McDONlE Glee Club '45 WANDA LEE SMITH Glee Club '43-'46 School Orchestra '40-'43 DOLORES PERRY Page Fifteen ANNA RUTH CARTER IVAN WILLIAMS vice-Pfeaadem F. F. A. '45-'46 Foofban '45-'46 WI LMA JEAN SIMPSON EVERETTE CLARK Band '43-'46 WANDA JOHNSON Page Sixteen RICHARD WEAVER Band '43-'46 Basketball '43-'46 FAYE WISE BILLY LEE MORRIS Football '43-'46 "Dress ReversioI" ELOI SE CLAGG CHARLES CLAY Basketball LULA ASHWORTH Girls' Basketball Team '43-'46 LAYMON COLLINS Band '41 -'44 BETTY RUTH WILSON Band '4I-'43 Maiorette '43-'45 "Let Me Come Back" "Ma's New Husband" Attendant to Miss Greyhound JAMES HATFIELD U. S. Marines '44-'46 MARY DIAMOND "Be Home By Midnight" "Let Me Come Back" "Ma's New Husband" Girls' Basketball Team Citizenship Ceremonial Band '42-'45 Majorette '45-'46 "Miss Jimmy" AVONDALE BRYAN F. F. A. VIRGINIA JARRELL LEWIS SWANN Band ALMA YOUNG Girls' Basketball Team '45-'46 Glee Club '43-'46 "Be Home By Midnight" Miltonian Staff CHARLES MURPHY "Ma's New Husband" "Dress ReversiaI" Football Team '43-'46 Page Sevenfem SENIOR WILL I, June Alexander, will my big mouth and big feet to anyone that they fit. I, Elnora Louise Ashworth, will my ability of not fouling in basketball to Mary Alyce Perry. We, Eloise Clagg and Lula Ashworth, will our second period excursion to anyone sucker enough to take it. ' I, Nora Violet Black, will my ability to be good-natured and to giggle all the time to Roberta Richardson and hope she has as much fun at it as I have. l, Lena Gail Blackwood, will my ability to make the honor roll once to Mary Alice Perry. I, Maxine Clara Bledsoe, will my sweet disposition to Jean Kirby. ' I, Virginia Irene Breedlove, will my job with Mr. Throckmorton to Sybil. I, Ataloa Rebecca Burton, will my ability to pester people to Helen Grass. I, Anna Ruth Carter, will my love letters from Martin to Marie Wise. I, Ruth Jean Chapman, will my quietness to Mary Lou Kline. I, Nellie Ruth Clark, will my office practice text book No. 8 to anyone in the llth grade that likes it as well as I da. We, Mary Diamond, Mary Lou Hudgins, Libby Meadows, Patricia Tibbets and Mildred Turner, will our ability to get in the cafeteria first to the teachers. I, Opal Frances Finley will my pretty hair to Nannie Powers. I, Violet Ellen Finley, will my big mouth to Betty Ball. I, Norma Jean Holley, will my ability to talk in class to Katty and Dosha. I, Virginia Jarrell, will my ignorance in Bookkeeping to the Juniors. I, Eva Evelyn Jenkins, will part of my weight to Juanita Cauliflower and hope she gets around as well as I do. I, Wanda Yvonne Johnson, will my ability to play basketball to Anna Jane Moore. I, Freddie Virginia McCallister, will my back seat in English to any Junior that wants it. I, Linnie Kathleen McComas, will my headaches in Geometry' to anyone sucker enough to take them. I, Glenna Jean Miller, will my ability to draw pin-up girls to all the boys in the high school. I, Mary Maxine Morrison, will my red lips to Katty Brown. I, Anna Mae Nicholas, will my sunny disposition to Mr. Cain and hope that he will profit by it. We, Clara Miller and Dolores Perry, will our friendship to Anna Jane Moore and Betty Lewis. I, Eva Frances Roberts, will my A's to Thurman McMillan. I, Dorothy Jeannine Rowsey, will my ability ta get along with Mr. Harshbarger to Katty Brown. I, Cecelia Catherine Shaw, will my ability to wash dishes in noon-hour cafeteria to Marie and Emma Jean Powers. Page Eighteen l, Wilma Jean Simpson, will my pretty hair to Lillian Stanley. I, Wanda Lee Smith, will my ability to sing to Clarice Smith. I, Julia Kathryn Spurlock, will my position as forward on the girls' basketball team to Frances Stephens. I, Beatrice Lee Walden, leave Paul to Alyce and hope she will take good care of him. I, Alta Faye Wise, will my quiet manner to Marie and Laura. We, Bet y Wilson and Alma Young, will our size nines to Mary Reese and Roberta Richardson. . I, Deniiis Edward Adkins, will my pretty hair to Lendell Templeton. l I, William Harley Black, will my love for the teachers to Roberta Diamond. I, David Blackwood, will my ability to argue to Philip Stephens. I, Paul Ishmael Bledsoe, will my good grades to Charles Neal. I, Avondale Ray Bryan, will my quietness to Billy Meadows. I, Charles Wilson Burdette, will my charming manner to Jack Crookshanks. I, Everette Lloyd Clark, will my position as flag bearer to some unlucky guy. I, Charles Norman Clay, will my smallness to Thurmon McMillan. I, Laymon Richard Collins, will my ability to get out of school in the afternoons to Emzy Nicholas. l, Sam Ross Horshbarger, will my position as field leader in band to Johnny Kline be- cause he has the loud mouth it takes for it. I, Vernon Henry, will my seriousness to Pauline White. I, Walter Gene Howell, will my height to Harry Beckett. I, Charles Lear Jordan, will my position as drum major to Jimmy Stephens. I, Paul Eugene McDonie, will my ability to get along with girls to Bob Jemison. We, Billy Lee Morris and Charles Murphy, will our ability to get along with Mrs. Hen- derson to Frederick Harshbarger and Charles Richmond. I, Charles Powell, will my ability in art to Charles Richmond and my pretty blue eyes to Doris Jean Morris. I, Richard Lee Rowsey, will my position as center in basketball to Harry Beckett. l, Lewis Freeman Swann, will my perfect attendance record to Emzy Nicholas. I, Richard Lee Weaver, will my ability to get along with Mrs. Stanley to Emzy Nicholas. .RX ily-Bob Carroll Wells, leave Betty to some of the football boys. I Billy Lee Williams, will my ability to play football to Billy Keaton. 1 I, Ivan Clinton Williams, will my chew of tobacco to Howard Kerns. I, James Hatfield, will my sunny disposition to William Rhodes. We, Kathryn Spurlock, Ruth Clark and Faye Wise, will our ability to make alcohol in Chemistry to Billy Joe Sunderland who has a strong resistance to alcoholic beverages. This year's senior girls' basketball team will our ability to beat the seniors of next year to the next year sophomores because we think they can do it. The senior class wills our privileges and seats in the auditorium to the iuniors who have had them all along. Page N inetecn NAME Beatrice Walden Elizabeth Meadows Glenna J. Miller Maxine Morrison Dorothy Rowsey Patricia Tibbets Cecelia Shaw I Freddie McCallister Ruth Jean Chapman Delores Perry Clara Miller Anna Mae Nicholas Faye Wise Ruth Clark Nora Black Ataloa Burton Wilma Jean Simpson Wanda Lee Smith Anna Ruth Carter Violet Finley Opal Finley 'Wanda Johnson Maxine Bledsoe Eloise Clagg Lula Ashworth Kathleen McComas Norma Jean Holley Eva Roberts Alma Young Mildred Turner Eleanor Ashworth 11 NICKNAME "Bea "Libby Jeanne-Jean "Polly 'iDot "Patti "Shaw-Shaw "Frets "Gal "Shorty "Clara-Bell "Nick "Altie "Ruthie "Blackie "Becky "Slim "Shortie "Spike "Runt "Wankie "Blondie "Pi. P "Lulu "Katie "Red nljerkn "June "Mike "Blackie" 11 n 11 FAVORITE SONG FAVORITE SAYING Summertime Nuts You Came Along Gee Whilikers It Might As Well Be Spring What Honey Symphony Phooey I Can't Begin To Jiminy Criminy Tell You Christmas Long Ago and Far Away Pickle America Gee Whiz Some Sunday Morning Shoot I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Shoot Dreaming As l Live and Breathe Some Sunday Morning Well Well Symphony Sugar In the Mood Ah Fiddle I Can't Begin To Tell You Gee Some Sunday Morning "lt's Been a Long Long Time Some Sunday Morning Some Sunday Morning Hubbal Hubba! Hubba! Reconversion Blues Sue City Sue Hubba! Hubba Hubba! Just A Prayer Away Some Sunday Morning Some Sunday Morning Let It Snow Oh What It Seemed To Be lt Might As Well Be Spring Some Sunday Morning I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Personality That's Tough Horse Feathers Heck Go Bug Yourself Phooey Oh! Baby Gosh Daggone Gee-Whiz I Bet You're Kiddin' Horse Feathers Great Day No Kiddin' Good Lord Pithel Aw Heck Oysters HOBBY Photography Collecting Vases Drawing Pin-up G. Scrap Book Sports Collecting Salt and Pepper Shakers Baseball Photography Collecting Collecting Pictures Movie Stars Drawing Collecting Post Cards Music Collecting Post Cards Eating Talking Singing A Singing Dancing Swimming Sewing Basketball Collecting Pictures Bicycling Basketball Hiking Bicycling Movies Collecting Vanity Cases Scrap-book Photography AMBITION To Go to South A. Secretary Dress Designer Foreign Missionary Chemist Laboratory Technician Farmer's Wife Secretary Secretary Housewife Secretary Aviatress Secretary Secretary Housewife Housewife Housewife Housewife Housewife Housewife Housewife Housewife Secretary Housewife Housewife Teacher Housewife Private Secretary Business Woman Secretary Stenographer NAME Kathryn Spurlock Virginia Jarrell Virginia Breedlove I Mary Lou Hudgins Mary Diamond Madalyn Ramsey Charles Powell Richard Weaver Robert Wells . Lewis Swann Billy Morris Charles Murphy I Richard Rowsey Billy Williams Ivan Williams Gene Howell Charles Jordan Harley Black Dennis Adkins Eva Jenkins Lena Gail Blackwood June Alexander Betty Wilson Vernon Henry Layman Collins David Blackwood Paul Bledsoe Evert Clark Sam Harshbarger Eugene McDanie Avondale Bryan Charles Burdette Charles Clay NICKNAME "Katie" "Jenny" "Ginny "Hudge "K-Y "Maggie "Peachie "Dick "Bob "Swanie "Bill "Murf "Dick "Bill "Chief Little Britches "Bird-Egg "Preach "Deny "Jenk 'iVVhistle "June-Bug "Squirt "Hot-Dog "R C O "Big Meat "Quiz Kid "The Brain "Horsie "Gene . "Willis" "Bud "Shrimp" 11 11 11 11 FAVORITE SONG FAVORITE SAYING I Love You Truly Aw Horse Beautiful Dreamer Gee Whiz Some Sunday Morning Why DIdn't You Say So lf I Had a Dozen Hearts Good Grief l'll Miss Your Kiss My Golly You Came To Me Oh, Shoot Tonight We Love Well Heck l Should Care Aw Shucks Till the End of Time Symphony I Can't Begin To Tell You Kentucky Babe I . Oh What lt Seemed To Be Symphony Let It Snow Some Sunday Morning Tooro-Loora Stardust Hubba' Hubba Some Sunday Morning All the Things You Are You'll Never Know Stardust Oh What It Seemed To Be Stardust Symphony Summertime Body and Soul Spring Fever Stardust it Might As ell Be Spring Symphony Some Sunday Morning W Yumpin Yiminy Come and Get It Jimminy Christmas Horse Feathers Like Heck You, La La Gee Whiz Horse Shot Boo Aw Rats I Love You Too Aw Phooey Baloney Heck Ah Bull Heck Horse Son of a Sea Cook HOBBY Basketball Reading Reading Collecting Lipstick Tubes Sports Collecting Salt and Pepper Shakers Collecting Air Corps Insignia Raising Rabbits Sleeping Photography Collecting Bullets Collecting Guns Sports Sports Horseback Riding Collecting Stamps Eating Sleeping Baseball Roller Skating Horseback Riding Dreaming f Tumbling Driving Sports Dreaming Eating Sports Eating Sleeping Eating Sports Baseball AMBITION Secretary Nurse Secretary Wife Housewife Housewife Aviation Aviator Lawyer Interior Decorator Chemist Undertaker Engineer Engineer Aviator Store Manager Doctor Be Governor Draftsman Beautician Air Hostess Dress Designing Housewife Mechanic Farmer Farmer Civil Engineer Engineer Musician Farmer Farmer Accountant Page Twenty-one CLASS OF 1946 HISTORY ln nineteen hundred and thirty-nine, Milton High School opened its doors to seventy boys and girls eager to learn the mysteries of high school life. We were the babies of the school but we surely didn't feel that way. ' We were divided into three rooms with Miss Hinerman, Mr. Cummings, and Mr. Throck- morton as sponsors. The officers for the year were: Mary Lou Hudgins, president: Patti Tibbets, vice-president, Mildred Turner, secretaryg and Dorothy Rowsey, treasurer. Beatrice Walden and Mary Lou Hudgins served on the Student Council and also attended the Citizenship Ceremonials in Huntington. The following year as eighth graders we were sponsored by Miss Hinerman and Mr. Cum- mings. Class officers were elected as follows: Mary Lou Hudgins, president, Eva Roberts, vice- president: Dorothy Rowsey, secretary, and Lillian Smith, treasurer. Students attending Citizenship Ceremonials that year were Elizabeth Meadows, Lillian Smith, Lucy Gatewood, Anna Mae Nichols, Richard Rowsey, Carl Foster, and Gene Howell. Our class was also represented in the band that year by Lewis Swann, Sam Harshbarger, Charles Jordan, David Blackwood, Dorothy Rowsey, Mary Lou Hudgins, Mary Diamond, and Dulcie Faye Thompson. , A basketball tournament between classes was held, and both the boys and girls of the eighth grade defeated the seventh grade. This year, students from Ona, Culloden, and other schools came in to make a total enrollment of one hundred and nine. Our sponsors for this year were Miss Rogers, Miss Grady, and Miss Gillespie. Class officers were elected: Jimmy Lute, president: Vernon Henry, vice-president: and Sam Harshbarger, secretary and treasurer. Charles Powell, Billy Williams, and Richard Rowsey were members of the football team. ,Billy Williams, lvan Williams, Avondale Bryan, James Hatfield, and Charles Burdette were members of the F. F. A. Sam Harshbarger, Floyd Stephens, Lewis Swann, Patti Tibbets, Mary Lou Hudgins, Wanda Lee Smith, Lena Gail Blackwood, Alma Young, Beatrice Walden, and Mildred Turner were members of the Glee Club which was organized this year. Maxine Morrison, Nora Black, Richard Rowsey, and Charles Murphy attended the Citizenship Ceremonial. The next year we again returned to school. This time, as Sophomores, our home room sponsors were Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Henderson and Miss Grady. Officers were elected by home rooms as follows: Room 204, Mary Lou Hudgins, president, Richard Rowsey, vice-president: Beatrice Walden, secretary and treasurer, Room 203, Sam Harshbarger, president, Lucy Gatewood, vice-president, and Vernon Henry, secretary and treasurer. Several members of our class participated in the Physical Education Demonstration held .fn the gym this year. Citizenship Ceremonial was attended by Charles Powell, Nora Black, Richard Rowsey, Glenna Jean Miller, and Kathryn Spurlock. Our class was decreased this year by Lillian Smith and Dulcie Faye Thompson moving to Huntington, and Carl Foster joining the Marines. ln nineteen hundred and forty-four, we started back to school as the flighty juniors. Our class sponsors were Miss Grady and Mrs. Harshbarger. Class officers were elected and Richard Rowsey was president: Gene Howell, vice- president: Mary Lou Hudgins, secretary, and Kathryn Spurlock, treasurer. This was a great year for us inexperienced juniors as we presented the play entitled, "Ma's New Husband." The cast included: Gene Howell, Beatrice Walden, Elizabeth Meadows, Betty Wilson, Richard Rowsey, Dale Meadows, Mary Lou Hudgins, Mary Diamond, Charles Murphy, and Dorothy Rowsey. The proceeds from the Junior Play helped to pay for the Junior-Senior Banquet which was another important affair for most of us, and we were scared we'd do something wrong! George Charles' Orchestra played for the dance. Last year was a great year in athletics, too. Henry Richardson and lvan Williams started playing this season. Several bays received sweaters or letters. Richard Weaver started playing basketball. Everette Clark and Richard Weaver were chosen as flag bearers for the band. Mary Lou Hudgins, Mary Diamond, and Betty Wilson were chosen for majorettes. Students attending Citizenship Ceremonial were Elizabeth Meadows, speaker, Maxine Morrison, Charles Powell, Maxine Bledsoe, and Dennis Adkins. Again in forty-five, we last a part of our class. Lucy Gatewood moved to Huntington, Paul Black and Dale Meadows joined the Navy. Finally in l94S, our class enrolled in Milton High School for the last time. Our class officers for the year are Richard Rowsey, president, Charles Powell, vice-president: and Dorothy Rowsey, secretary and treasurer. . - Members of our class to withdraw this year are Henry Richardson, who joined the Navy, and Phyllis Austin. Corella Martin and Lena Gail Blackwood were married. As I am up to date and there is no more history, l must say farewell to our successors and hope you will have as nice a time as we have had. Pagc Tu 1 niy-two SENIOR CELEBRITY CONTEST Best All Around Boy - Best All Around Girl Wittiest Girl - Wittiest Boy - Best Girl Athlete Best Boy Athlete - Most Serious Girl . Most Serious Boy - Most Carefree Girl - Most Carefree Boy - Girl Most Likely To Succeed Boy Most Likely To Succeed Most Popular Girl - Most Popular Boy - Friendliest Girl - Friendliest Boy Neatest Girl Neatest Boy - Prettiest Girl - Best Looking Boy - Most Studious Girl - Most Studious Boy - Peppiest Girl - - Peppiest Boy - Most Courteous Girl Most Courteous Boy Richard Rowsey Mary Lou 'Hudgins - Nora Black - Gene Howell Kathryn Spurlock Richard Rowsey Elizabeth Meadows Charles Burdette - Alma Young Charles Jordan - Patti Tibbets Sam Harshbarger Mary Lou Hudgins Richard Rowsey Beatrice Walden Charles Powell, Jr. Elizabeth. Meadows Charles Murphy Mary Lou Hudgins David Blackwood - Eva Roberts Paul Bledsoe - Nora Black - Gene Howell Maxine Morrison Charles Powell, Jr. HONOR GRADUATES Q BEAUTY CONTEST WINNERS Mildred Turner ........... Patricia Tibbets --- ---- Dorothy Rowsey .... .... Elizabeth Meadows Beatrice Walden --- ---- Richard Rowsey .... .... Sam Harshbarger --- ---- Eva Roberts A ...--- .-.. Maxine Morrison ....- ---- Vernon Henry ........ .... Mary Lou Hudgins .... .... Maxine Bledsoe .... .... Kathryn Spurlock ..-- ---- Paul Bledsoe ....... .... Anna Mae Nicholas Virginia Breedlove -- ---- 3.4l 3.25 3.23 3.22 3.18 3.l l 3.05 2.97 2.97 2.86 2.84 2.78 2.67 2.66 2.65 2.57 Room Virginia Breedlove .... ---ZO9 Beatrice Walden --- ---ZO4 Sybil Breedlove --- ---20l Barbara Morris --- ---IO3 Anna Jones .... -,-2lO Olive Bledsoe --- ---2ll Lila Lee Grose --- ---I ll Doris Chapman -- -..-205 Betty Sunderland --.. ---ZO3 Freda Davis ...... ---lOl Betty Starkey .... ---IOO Evelyn Morris .... ---lO2 Patsy Conner ...... ---IO4 Elizabeth Powers --- ---ZOO Page Twenty-three THE JUNIORS g Twm t y- four THEJUNIORS oFF l cERs President ---- Jack Crookshanks Vice-President - - Billy Joe Sunderland Secretaries Elma Jean Scott, James Ferguson Reading left to right. First row: Betty Ball, Ethel Coleman, Sybil Breedlove, Clarice Smith, Mary Martin, Joan Shepherd, Louise -Sunderland, Betty Lewis, Mary A. Perry, Chloe Davis, Mary Reese, Roberta Richardson, Donna McWhorter, Elma Jean Scott, Anna Moore, Frances Clark. . Second row: Robert Bell, Bertha Davis, Anna Jean Kirby, Mrs. Frazier, Mrs. Jackson, Sponsors, Lovey Nicholas, Paul Kirtley, Carl Estep, Frederick Harshbarger, James Ferguson, Jack Crookshanks, Mary Harshbarger,VMary Conner, Floyd Black, Alene Gross. Third row: Howard Kerns, Harold Poling, Charles Adkins, Donald Ad- kins, Charles Richmond, Wanda Newman, Juanita Cyrus, Deloris Sutphin, Muriel-Chapman, Bobby Sargent, Esmond White, Eugene,Edw0fdS, Wan- dell Wilkinson, Dorla Harshbarger, Juanita Colliflower, Glen Watson. Fourth row: Billy Cooper, Thurman McMillan, Austin Moore, Arnold Felix, Billy Sunderland, Paul Harbour, Bob Martin, Gene Hager, Nye White, William Rhodes, Ervie Jenkins, Elza Blake, Faye Bledsoe, Barbara Morris, Billy Hill, Clyde Wallace. Page Twenty ILP THE SOPHOMORES Twen THE SOPHOMORES OFFICERS Miss Kline's Room Miss' Perry's Room President - - - Kathleen Holly President - - - Betty Morris Vice-President' - 3 Dosha Bias Vice-President - Cleo Stephens Secretary - - DonpFought Secretary - - Alyce Walden Treasurer - - Dewey Foster Treasurer - - Emzy Nicholas Reading left to right. First row: Louise Cremeans, Doris Cremeans, Helen Davis, Audry Burton, Mildred Bell, Dosha Bias, Alyce Walden, Jerry Hudgins, Olive Bledsoe, Maxine Ray, Mareta Lilly, Eloise Harshbarger, Anna Jones, Willa Moore, Elaine Lambert. 1 Second row: Ramona Spurlock, Pauline White, Mary Lou Kline, lda Jenkins, Kathleen Holley, Cleo Stephens, Betty Morris, Betty Yoho, Emma Jean Powers, Irene White, Marie Powers, Jeannine Blake, Virginia Miller, Harry Burdette. Third row: Helen Grass, Ruthetta Gibson, Roy Clark, Don Fought, Don Black, Gene Stewart, Manokel Butler, Wynema Sudderth, James Bell, Johnny Thompson, Aubra Doddridge, Mac Minton, Delmar Stowasser, Richard Hutchinson, Timmy Blake, Robert Sanson. . Fourth row: Miss Kline, Sponsor, Emzy Nicholas, Carl Moses, David Stover, Bob Jimison, William Walters, Lawrence Brown, Charles Boster, Jack Newman, James Jenkins, Leonard Wallace, Verlin Butler, Donald McMillan, Chelsie Adkins. Fifth row: Miss Perry, Sponsor, Dickie Sunderland, Charles Simpson, Carroll Stephens, Vincent Handley, Edward Johnson, Coy Foster, Harry Beckett, Charles Richardson, Calvin McDaniel, Dewey Foster, Roy White, Keith Vititoe, Robert Collins, Charles Neal. Page Tweniy seven I Page Twenty-eight X mx ff? . ,Q I U I b xx ff , X ,I f , Q 'H , T4 g HIGH .2 F if 4- J' ' A20 X Page Twenty-nine. V V THE NINTH GRADE Page Thirty THE NINTH GRADE ' o F F i c E R s Miss Wayland's Room Miss Blake's Room President - - - Doris Chapman . President - - Roberta Diamond Treasurer - - - Riley Beckett Vice-President - John Lawhorn Mrs- Hendersorvs Room Treasurer - - Juanita Leodman President - - Betty Sunderland Mr. Sovine's Room Vice-President - Donald Rowsey President - - Jack Sunderland Secretary - - Jeff McCallister Secretary - - - Billy Jordan Lett to right. First row: Junior Jenkins, Rosemary Clay, Verna Persinger, Opal Stowasser, Eleanor Clay, Betty Stone, Ramona Tockett, Barbara Taylor, Janice Kinder, Betty Sunderland, Roberta Diamond, Jane Dolin, Mary Brown, Jerry Collins, Doris Chapman, Ethel Adkins, Donna Turner. ' 1 Second row: Howard Collins, Pansy Hicks, Patty Johnson, Vada Fitz- water, Zello Kirtley, Dorotha Yates, Lillian Stanley, Eva Harless, Bonnie Ad- kins, Sora Harshbarger, Patricia Perry, Norma Jean Harbour, Emmogene Adkins, Edith Conrad, Patricia Ball, Thelma Clark, Phyllis Lewellyn. Third row: Juanita Keenan, Helen Martin, Dorothy Handly, Geneva Blake, Aldine Saunders, Thelma Morris, Virginia Mount, Jewell Cooper, Yvonne Moore, Kathryn Snyder, Betty Hayes, Ella Mae Cart, Lucille Mays, Edna Ball, Polly Davis, Lila Grass, Winnalee Miller, Irene Spence, Edna Conrad. - Fourth row: Orma Coleman, Laura Moses, Marie Wise, Francis Steph- ens, Everette Carter, Junior Persinger, Velois Keefer, Philip Heager, Billy -lordon, Bobby Fugate, Johnny Lawhorn, Fred King, Jerry Bailey, Miss Way- land, Sponsor, Philip Stephens, Tennis Carter, Edith Conrad. Fifth row: Mr, Sovine, Miss Blake, Sponsors, William Hayes, Moxie Jarrell, Robert Ball, Lonnie Bell, Robert Alexander, Bernard Carter, Jackie Davis, Lyle Grose, Billy Harbour, Jimmy Wells, Jimmy Stevens, David Swonn, Wade Walker, Ethel Adkins, Vivian Carter. Sixth row: Lyle Freeman, Riley Beckett, Jimmy Wass, 'Billy Meadows, Billy Keaton, Donald Sargent, Jimmy Ramsey, Charles Holbrook, Billy Phelps, Milton Neal, Joe Wallace, Clyde Berry, Ray Weatherholt, Levi Kinnard, Earl Chapman, Billy Legg, Donald Rowsey, Robert Morrison. Absent: Jeff McCallister, Clarence Comer. Page Tbzrty one THE EIGHTH GRADE Page Thirty-two THE EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS Mrs. Christian's Room Mrs. Stanley's Room President - - - Freda Chaney President - - Jimmy Morrison Vice-President - - Johnnie Kline Vice-President - Clifford Young Secretary I ---- Freda Davis Secretary - - Doris Jean Morris Treasurer - - Eugene Chapman Treasurer V - S - Betty Starkey Left to right. First row: Norma Kingery, Ethel Blake, Doris Perry, Freda Davis, Mildred Gibson, Clara Bledsoe, Patty Sunderland, Billy Dolin, Sonny Palmer, Jimmy Morrison, Harold Austin, Monty Dunlavy, Eugene Chapman, Clinton Blake, Anna Nottingham, Ruth Hager. - Second row: Mrs. Christian, Sponsor, Evelynl Mohr, 'Geraldine Stowas- ser, Elma Lemley, Doris Lewis, Ethel Sargent, Peggy Cummings, Freda Chaney, Pauline Butcher, Margaret Perry, Dorothy Kelly, June Morris, Velma Smith, Barbara Ruthford. A , Third row: Geneva Perry, Collen Scarberry, June Elkins, Kathleen Col- lins, Senora Smith, Doris Morris, Frances Chapman, Elizabeth Powers, Vir- ginia Neal, Martha Hinds, Della Jenkins, Louella Spurlock, Louis May Harshbarger, Joyce Woody, Ruby Bowman. ' v Y ,?. 'a Fourth row: Allene Jones, Lucille Clagg, Ester McCallister, James Wall, Lucian Nicholas, John Gibson, Roy Peyton, Blake Shamlin, Bert Stephens, Donald Dailey, Jack Perry, Kenneth Wilson, Marshall Woodard, Mrs. Stanley, Sponsor. Fifth row: Johnny Hinds, Timmy Harshbarger, Jesse Wall, James Bell, Eddie Watson, Denton Clagg, Arlin Bryan, Stiles Cooper, Paul Clark, Roger Kirby, Dickie Jimison, Clifford Young, Johnny Kline, Billy Reeves, Kelly Bias, Ford McDonie, Everette Neal. Absent: Linda McComas, Betty Starkey. Page Tbfrly three THE SEVENTH GRADE Page Thirty-fo THE SEVENTH GRADE o F F i c E R s Room Mr. Ball's Room - - Patsy Johnson President - - Patsy Conner - - John Heck Vice-President - Emogene Brown Angela Eggleston Secretary - - Joyce Burks Treasurer - - William Cyrus Lett to right. First row: Annabell Clagg, Patty Templeton, Vada Black, James Adkins, Tyler Fugate, Billy Neal, Leonard Clark, Jack Black, Junior Byrd, James Bias, Berkley Villars, Joe Swann, Denville Reynolds, Freddie Mullins. ' Second row: Nancy Ferguson, Janice Morris, Harry Kirtley, Donald Hayes, Grayson Lambert, Eugene Harshbarger, William Cyrus, Billy Conner Ernest Nicholas, Herman Hall, Calci r e Glen, Jimmy Jones, Charles Seager, James Powers, Wandell Stewart, Luden Massey. ' Third row: Juanita Dean, David Meadows, Jimmy Davis, Patsy Conner, Evelyn Morris, Roger Perry, Lois Dolin, Hazel Hayes, Lula Hatfield, Elenora McComas, Betty Ball, Molly Prichard, Wilma Woodall, Emogene Brown, Dala Perry, Harry Conrad,,Q, Fourth row: Fred Smith, Floyd Clark, Carol Ronk, Bernard Blake, Faye Lilly, Opal Johnson, Freda Gibson, Arlene Stowasser, Mary Stowasser, Velma Adkins, Dorothy Sterms, Opal'Clagg, Jerry Yates. Fifth row: Earl Clagg, Ivan Vititoe, Calvin Jacks, Junior Queen, Robert McComas, Joyce Burks, Angela Eggleston, Jean Thomas, Kent Stevens, Johnny Heck, Gene Hodge, Dillard Jarrell, Mrs. McClung, Sponsor. Sixth row: Mr. Ball, Mr. Cummings, Sponsors, Robert Conrad, Aaron Peyton, Willard Jarrell, Donald Sowards, Kenneth Hunt, Fred Conner, Billy Thompson, Jackie Sunderland, Carl Finley, James Morris, Dallas Morrison. Page Tbxrfy fn cf 5 HMG dc F 4 ll ,ff I ,ffl .17 7 X ,X A A4 L' , . . '1!,QN 1 0 Da E I If ts ff ,ll Qs' 1 Xx j' ff fu' . XXX ,ff A F ,T , - ,QQ .9 I ff' ff ,534 X if -lg, I A ,,,A - ,...- 13-x Page Thirty-seven GREYHOUND SPORTS MR. O. O. WHITE Coach MR. JAMES A. CAIN Assistant Coach THE CHEERLEADERS MARY LOU KLINE PAULINE WHITE MARY ELEANOR REESE ANNA JONES Page Thirfy-eight THE FOOTBALL TEAM ' 1- Reading left to right. First row: Mr. Schwartz, Emzy Nicholas, Charles Powell, Billy Morris, Carl Moses, Richard Rowsey, Billy Williams, Henry Richardson, lvan Williams, Thurman McMillan, Gene Hager, Jeff McCal- lister, Coach White. Second row: Coach Cain, Robert Bell, Bob Martin, Charles Murphy, Charles Richmond, Billy Sunderland, Arnold Felix, Riley Beckett, Bobby Fu- gate, Howard Kerns, Vincent Handley, Valgene Chapman. Third row: Mary Lou Kline, Pauline White, Mary Reese, Clyde Berry, Bernard Carter, Ervie Jenkins, Fred Harshbarger, Eugene Edwards, Shannon Clark, Phyllis Austin, Anna Jones. Fourth row: Fred Mohr, Everette Carter, Clinton Hughes, Lyle Freeman, Jerry Bailey, Donald Rowsey, Jimmy Wells, Jackie Davis, Thomas O'Mara, Ernest Handley, Harley Black, Manager. Page Thirty-nin Page Forty BASKETBALL TEAM Reading left to right. Seated: Coach White, Charles Jordan, Bobby Fugate, Carl Moses, Richard Rowsey, Sam Harshbarger, Fred King, Coach Cain, Jerry Bailey. Standing: Mary Lou Kline, James Ferguson, Anna Jones, Charles' Rich- mond, Bobby Sargent, Charles Adkins, Clyde Wallace, Coy Foster, Harry Beckett, Fred Harshbarger, Billy Perry, Gene Stewart, Charles Clay, Mary' Reese, Pauline White. -em-' . mmm -M., - FIRST TEAM Left to right: Charles Jordan, Bobby Fugate, Carl Moses, Richard Row- sey, Sam Harshbarger, Fred King. FOOTBALL 1945-46 September 7-Barboursville l4, Milton 0. September 14-Huntington East 37, Milton 0. September 2l-Vinson 2, Milton 0. , 't 1 Lf september zafsuffaio valley 12, Milton 45vH' ,i 4 lflll l October 5-Logan 7, Milton 6. tl l'l - October l2-Hurricane O, Milton 251- October l9-4Wayne, 2, Milton . October 26--Man l3,, Milton 20f-4' , November'l0-Dunbar 28, 5Milton'6. A November l.6+-Borbourstfille 329, Mllton'O. 7 BASKETBALL 1945-46, Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton V Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton .XX 2l,hMarsl1all High mtg , 3 25, waynewg.-. 4 f ' '- 20, FortsGay l4rNs- 7x . 32, St. Joseph 52. .x 23, Hamlin 45. 62, Buffalo 2-92.-- 36, Vinson 22.2.-u 38, Guyan Valley 3:fi"" l8, Barboursville 33. 48, Guyan Valley 53. 37, Hurricane 40. 36, St. Joseph 29T't" 3l, ' Huntington. East 50.: 3.5, Hamlin 5l. , 40, Vinson 52. g 46, Buff5lo!27v'4 26," Huntington East 45. 53, Marshall High' 19?-H' 36, 5 B-arboursxiille 57. l 38, Hurricane 24f- TOURNAMENT 3l, Barboursville 39. 38, Poca 23. N Page fora-onr ," f ami 'X' 'x' xxyx - XX -.6 L5 , Q IWU B 'ill-,-SY,--,-J','f ' ' , ,YY ,f,!',.,,,,,,f ff f' .f " " A-cz-A, ,f Q ' ff ,-' -' 1 g 1"B S Q 15 157' f 44 fc X 1 Q 1 ' 'Fc X 1 f 1 G' I X I 7 X X f X , 5 3 Q 4 'D y - is 1 .f I. .L .- g, ,Q ' ' li 4 4 K- uv' 1,7 - 1 V Page Forty-three THE MILTONIAN STAFF Reading left to right. First row: Elenora Ashworth, Beatrice Walden, Nora Block, Eva Roberts, Madlyn Ramsey, Maxine Morrison, Alma Young. Second row: Miss Grady, Sponsor, Mildred Turner, Glenna Jean Miller, June Alexander, Faye Wise, Mary Lou Hudgins, Pat Tibbets. Third row: Richard Rowsey, Harley Black, Elizabeth Meadows, Dorothy Rowsey, Charles Powell, Sam Harshbarger. Page Forty-four Absent: David Blackwood. THE GLEE CLUB Reading left to right. First row: Mary Lou Hudgins, Alma Young, Elaine Lambert, Mareta Lilly, Mildred Turner, Juanita Cyrus, Roberta ' Richardson, Mrs. Jackson, Sponsor, Jerry Hudgins, Chloe Davis, Donna McWhorter, Cleo Stephens, Alyce Walden, Betty Morris, Frances Clark. Second row: Maxine Morrison, Juanita Collitlower, Beatrice Walden, Jeannine Blake, Mary Martin, Joan Shepherd, Pat Tibbets, Mary Reese, Roberta Diamond, Ethel Coleman, Eliabeth Meadows, Jerry Collins. Third row: Charles Richmond, Pauline White, Wanda Smith, Don Black, Mary Lou Kline, Mary Alyce Perry, Betty Lewis, Jack Crookshanks, David Stover. Fourth row: Paul Harbour, Sam Harshbarger, Bob Wells, Richard Row- sey, Dennis Adkins, Carl Moses, Bob Jimison. Absent: Lena Gail Blackwood. Page Foriy-fi-vc I MILTON HIGH SCHOOL BAND 2 PgF!y .THEBAND OFFICERS Drum Major - - Charles Jordan Assistant Drum Major - - Jimmy Stevens Field Musician - - Sam Harshbarger Business Manager ---- Dorothy Rowsey Property Managers - William Rhodes, Jack Newman Reading left to right. First row: Charles Jordan, Mary Diamond, Jua- nita Colliflower, Mary Lou Hudgins, Second row: Dorothy Rowsey, Dorothy Kelly, Olive Bledsoe, Ester Mc- Callister, Mareta Lilly, Jerry Hudgins, Louis May Harshbarger, Chloe Davis, Roberta Richardson, Peggy Cummings, Mary K. Brown. V, Third row: Lewis Swann, Helen Martin, Patricia Perry, Mary Martin I Betty Sunderland, Sara Harshbarger, Charles Boster, Doris Morris, John E. Kline, David Stover, John Lawhorn, Jimmy Wass. Fourth row: Sam Harshbarger, James Bell, Philip Stephens, William Rhodes, Bobby Sargent, Jack Crookshanks, Mary Harshbarger, Barbara Taylor, Cecelia Shaw, Gene Stewart. Fifth row: Bert Stephens, Jimmy Stevens, Clifford Young, Bob Wells, Bob Jimison, Mary Reese. Absent: David Blackwood, Everette Clark, Richard Weaver. Page Forty-seven FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA MILTON ci-:AFTER President - Vice-President Treasurer - Reporter - Parliamehtarian Doorkeeper - Candy Sales Adviser Adviser - FICE RS H Charles Burdette lvan Williams Billy Williams Verlin Butler - Billy Cooper Leonard Wallace James Jenkins Richard V. Sovine . E. Throckmorton Reading left to right: Leonard Wallace, Eugene Edwards, Verlin Butler James Jenkins, Billy Cooper, William Walters, Mr. Throckmorton, Sponsor lvan Williams, Billy Sunderland, Charles Burdette, Mr. Sovine, Sponsor Page Forty-eight Absent: Billy Williams. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The F. F. A. is an organization of high school pupils studying agricul- ture and farm shop. . The largest membership in the history of Milton Chapter of Future Farmers of America was reached this year. The chapter was organized in l934 and has increased more than three- fold since that time. Reading left to right. First row: Mr. Sovine, Assistant Sponsor, Wil- liam Walters, Billy Cooper, lvan Williams, Billy Sunderland, Charles Bur- dette, Eugene Edwards, Verlin Butler, James Jenkins, Leonard Wallace, Mr. Stover. Second row: Junior Jenkins, Billy Jordan, Floyd Black, Timmy Blake, Don Black, Arnold Felix, Carl Moses, James Hatfield, Johnny Thompson, Charles Richardson, Bob Jimison, Richard Hutchinson, Delmar Stowasser, Dickie Sunderland. Third row: Howard Collins, Tennis Carter, Esmond White, Jack Crook- shanks, Bobby Sargent, Velois Keefer, Bob Martin, Gene Hager, Charles Richmond, Vincent Handley, William Rhodes, Edward Johnson, Robert Col- lins, Harry Burdette, Avondale Bryan. Fourth row: Billy Meadows, Moxie Jarrell, Paul Kirtley, Carl Estep, Lonnie Bell, Howard Kerns, Charles Simpson, Harold Poling, Charles Hol- brook, Robert Morrison, Milton Neal, Joe Wallace, Lucian Nicholas. Absent: David Blackwood, Billy Williams, Mr. Throckmorton. Page Forty-nine JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL Page Fifty T Reading left to right. First row: Molly Prichard, Betty Ball, Elma Jean Scott, Mary Lou Hudgins. I Second row: Sara Harshbarger, Cleo Stephens, Mildred Bell, Dosha Bias, Mary Martin. Third row: Juanita Colliflower, Jack Crookshanks, Dickie Jimison, Miss Grady, Sponsor, Donald Rowsey, Pat Tibbets. 1 Absent: Linda McComas. Page Fifty-one OUR ADVERTISERS OFFER THE BEST . . . REMEMBER THEM WHEN YOU BUY ge Fifty-t , ff X2 'WO , f' 2, This Tubliclltion fpfiqtcd iw SG CQ. Kg X15- CGO xxx-IGKON, ' . aug f 'E' 'fr 'A' CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1946 Appalachian Electric Power Co. i' Page Fifly-tbr PANCAKE REALTY CO. REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE LOANS INSURANCE A PROPERTY MANAGEMENT RENTAL Special Department for Farm and Out-of -Town Sales 91 S Fifth Avenue I-IUNTINGTQN, XV. VA. Phone 28 3 61 fn'-A EOOSTERS N X uuflilka 1 BOTTLES is M "" JOI-IN DAVIS ' 12 ruu. auissss ' ' . ' f MILTON DEPARTMENT STORE I Y-YViY .R . BCI: P,m5PQ2Iy'!,Qi . GEORGE HARSHBARGER MRS. ARNOLD HENDERSON Compliments of H I N K L E ' S Milton, XV. Va. THANKS ! We wish to thank our advertisers for helping to make this Miltonihn possible. Q 'a' , MRS. B. B. STEPHENS MR. AND MRS. CLINTON WHITE MR. J. M. ROBERTS MR. AND MRS. EVERETTE CUMMINGS Page' Fiffy-four Q FT Tim May Thrift Direct Our Steps To Prosperity A Wg 'TT' And Wisdom Lead Us to the Path Qibiiil L r'1ffg?liE' , mg 15 igftlii 1' X X Q ,ii f l in :lv if ez- Bugigg gm A of Permanent Peace THE . TWENTIETH STREET BANK "The Ba-nk With the Chime Clock" Members F. D. I. C. Huntington, West Virginia ' This Publication Diamonds Watches Printed By cooK PRINTING co. I , Wellman-0 Shea HUWNGTON, W. Vi jewelers 944 Fourth Avenue HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Radios Appliances BARKER'S Sc, 100, 31 STORE Milton, West Virginia C o11zpliments of Bond's Clothing Company V 322 Ninth Street Huntington, W. a. Q 0.4 Page Fifiy-five' -1 ? A 1 5 CONGRATULATIGNS ' CLASS 0111946 BRADSHAW-DIEHl CO. 1001 Third Avenue . Huntington, West Va. 54 .1 9 Stationers to Class of 1946 MERRELLS' INC. Clarksburg, West Virginia- Class of 1946 We Congratulate You Milton Cash Grocery og. ,xlqx',:. 5Qu"ji X Emmons+Hawkins Hdwe. Co. 1028 Third Avenue HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA Q. Page Fifty-six Montgomery Ward 801 Third Avenue HUNTINGTON, WEST VA. If you want a loan on easy terms and low cost, consult the Huntington Federal Savings 8. loan Association A. J. WILKINSON, Presidcrzt 422 Tenth Street HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Telephone 8167 To Safeguard Your Future . . . Get All the Education Possible and Establish a Savings Account GUARANTY BANK AND TRUST CO. HUNTINGTON, WEST VA. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 10 E W. MOOTZ BAKERY "Reach for M00tz's Bread At Its Best" 1945 Fifth Avenue HUNTINGTON, WEST VA. Telephone 26249 Page Fifty- CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1946 BLENKO GLASS CO. STRAIGI-IT'S LUNCH ROOM Milton, NVest Virginia Complizrwnfs 0 f ROTROFF PAINT CO. 1053 Third Ave., Huntington, XV. Va. , Glenn Perry Barber Shop Compliments 0 f FRANKEL'S 1033 Third Avenue HUNTINGTON, W. VA. 'S' Page Fifty-eight Milton, West Virginia Q Com plim-ents of the FIRST HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK Com pliirrzvrzfr 0 f Art Linen Shop The Shop of Exc'I11si'1'v Dvjils. 309-11 Ninth St., Huntington, XV. Va. C0mplimz'nfx of Holley Brothers Store A Milton, West Virginia MORRISON'S low price policy S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-S your dollars! O. J. MORRISUN Huntington, NVest Virginia Q we E ueryz'l9ing M nsival .IARVIS MUSIC STORE J. T. Turley, Insurance All Kinds Fire-Life-Automobile S00 Ml' First Milton, W. Va. S20 W. 14:11 Street Plione 9665 I I CONGRATULATIONS HUNTINGTON, NV. VA. FROM . DR. I... C. RICHMOND Page Fifty-1 1 f'- TIRE RECAPPING VULCANIZING T M m I . n- ,wax N Distributor of X EISK TIRES and TUBES BATTERIES Complete Auto Repairs: Motors, Body, Fenders Painting-Frame and Wheel Alignment Wrecker Service-Auto Glass Installed I 1 TIRE and SERVICE COMPANY S m S The Automobile Clinic 550 Third Avenue Huntington, West Va. At the F t of the Bridg 4' 4' Compliments of QUALITY HARDWARE AND RELATED LINES SINCE 1910 Blackwood Insurance Agency Milton, West Virginia C. M. LOVE 81 CO. The Store of Friendly Service ' 0 Hardware-Lowe Brothers Paint Complhnefzts of 4 Field and Garden Seeds Root Bee Supplies Walker Furniture Company 1 046-48 Third 'Avenue DeLaval Dairy Equipment Phone 24019 Phone S129 1040 Third A HUNTINGTON, W. VA. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. N d U d Furnit PgSty v. Q. ., L. W. MITCHELL jeweler Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Milton, West Virginia Com plimcnls Tots 8: Teens Children's Shop C0'mpli11zenis of 526 Ninth street Humingwn, H' C0- Cbzldrcns Own Department Store Compliments of HERFF-JONES C0. MANUFACTURERS OF YOUR CLASS RINGS "Wright on fbe Cornerv Fourth Ave. at Tenth St. 'I' v. S T E W A R T ' S J. L. Cook Hardware Co. . . Fine Tools, Cutlery, Guns, Sporting Goods Quallty Dry Cleafllng Stoves, Kitchen Utensils, Paints and Oils . . 104-S Fourth Avenue Dial 2851 Milton, W. Va. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. 'I 'Z R 0 G E R S 8 C 0.4 REAL ESTATE 2: INSURANCE . Phone 27324 S14 Ninth Street Dlamondsiwatches Huntington, West Va. 'I' Costume Jewelry 1" "When You Shop at Rogers You Shop Right" A L F R E D 9 S Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street HUNTINGTON, XV. VA. LADIES FOOTWEAR OF DISTINCTION 935 Third Avenue Huntington, W. Va. A+ CAKES PIES I T JENNINGS PASTRY SHOP AmSb2lfY, 31 Johnson Phone 23053 S19 Tenth Street MENS WEAR n Huntington, W. Va. 321 Tenth Street Hotel Frederick BREAD ROLLS Huntington, W. Va. w 'I' 'A 'E' Page Sixty-om' CONGRATULATIONS R TO THE GRADUATING CLASS of 1946 v .5 BANK OFMILTON Make . of Happy Homes Fc.-N MILTON DRY CLEANERS Cleaning4Pressing V Alterations Telephone 2721 PICK UP AND DELIVERX SERVICF Next Door to Justice In J. S. LATTA, INC. SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1458 Fourth Ave. STAR FURNITURE CO. HUNTINGTON, W. VA- Huntington, West Va. ' fy-Iwo When You Want a Professional Photographer Dial 8903 or Come Into Our Studio THE THOMAS STUDIO 919 Fifth Avenue Huntington, West Virginia PORTRAITS WEDDINGS AND GROUPS The Home of Society Brand CONGRATULATIONS and Varsity-Town Clothes TO - ,qgqligrsofzii CLASS OF 1946 we v , Q 'ff' S 913 Fourth Avenue Huntington, W.-Va. The Store for Young Men - and AFRIEND . 'Z 4. Men Who Stay Young Page Sixty-tb q. ' Make Our Store Your Headquarters for Band Supplies CONGRATULATIONS A KENNEYLMBKICO. T0 930 Third Avenue HUNTINGTON, W. VA. CLASS OF '46 ' H. E. WILLIAMS Phone 2791 Heck s Funeral Home Owner p Mum, W- va- . WILLIAMS MOTOR SALES Phone 4141 Milton, W. Va. . Your Ford-Mercury Dealer For a Better Buy in a Better Car COMPLIMENTS OF FOUTS MEAT MARKET Home Killed Meat Special Phone 4861 Milton, West Virginia 'I' Page Sixty- four 'R '5' EDUCATION To the Fullest Extent Secures Your Future. Funeral Pieces Chancey's Greenhouse Flowers, Plants and A R. F. D. 1, Box 49 Phone 3607 CONGRATULATIONS MILTON, W. VA. GRADUATING CLASS OF - 1946 UNITED STATES ARMY C07"Pli"ze"'f" 0 Becker Music Store Recruiting Station - 5 Room 22, P- 0- Building Eeverytlaing Musical untmgton, West Va 1040 Fourth Avenue Huntington, W. Va. OWENS MOTOR SERVICE Phone 2 6 8 1 Milton, W. Va. ESSO DEALER FOR OVER 30 YEARS I Your Business Is Appreciated Page Sixty-fx STOP EOR SUPER SERVICE SOVINE ESSO STATION Booster and Alumni of Milton High School Also Complete Line of General Merchandise , "We Delivery, RICHARD AND WARNER SOVINE, Props. Phone 2412 Culloden, W. Ya. CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU, CLASS OF 1946 MILTON SERVICE STATION ' Milton, West Va. Basil C. Bias, Jr.-Richard C. Bias Compliments of MILTON DRUG STORE Compliments of Huntington Credit Service Co. 1001 Fifth Avenue Huntington, W. V The Pause That Ref-reshes C465 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1946 I THE PRINCESS SHOP 911 Third Avenue Huntington, W. Va. The Beautiful Shop With The N icest New Clothes CLAIRE ANGRIST 922 Third Avenue HUNTINGTON, XV. VA. e Sixty-six AUTOGRAPHS ' Wffwfw W PWM WM MW f 4' W f ' avi f f ' f Q0 K .qf Q , C W if Q, I , 77QLZ?LMw R7L' 1 WVf2lfx 1 ff 1 B I Qu f A I . A Q ,, jf qi F' b 1 I 4 I gg k f ,rf '21Z---EC 4- K AUTOGRAPHS Q 4 D L- f R fe a, 35' xx' X N A ' , wlfiidx WM X5 You Y X S, ,f 5 , f T4 Xxx, 5, K .4 I lj ' I Qy Q49 J ,gif LD A K I fl , ,A x,wTQf,L A Y ,' L, v 'ix - 'uk ,,--'jf I E Fry! A-hX. C Q 3 x f' X -1 A , F , . ff-f' Q " -XLAX 1 ,xg J A XELQ X, V ,Mir-In 'dy Liwgf 'fi , . r Q3 j A A 4Y, K H , - S A f , 1 ffl f I . ff-4A' -F 'if' Cx Rf " ' ' jf i E N . 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