Milton High School - Miltonian Yearbook (Milton, WV)

 - Class of 1957

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A 1 if ka: --H' .. ,S . . , .kv ., T5 3 Mr . ..2g,.g:- ,. 229-2 Af" l..-' 'A gikvt D e -' 23 wl ' ran, fi. -..t,,, -' ' nf, EE. , -x Qi ..' , 11 21-QY0. 1. , jak. sf Tug-, .V -"Aw -11:5 ' ' f-2 ga 1' f-asf' "H 'Nm if firwf -,A 1 Ku ' . ,1r'f'.' :Vg-Wifi.. 2-an 1 9, x H ,: kilgiv ii' ' 2 - I'-4 ' r, '-411 '- .. .ein a 54552-. ff: V ik . L .,,,. ,- R. 1 w x .J ,' A' f 4. E? .wr :fl- 4 1 qw. ,gg . . :if .JY 'fn 1, - , S 4, 1 3 . S 4 ' , G-x L: .1 .. , v ' Q- -, 'Sw 9 ,xl ,A .. Vi The YS7 MILTONIAN 0 Presented by THE SENIOR CLASS Of Milton High School MILTON, W. VA. MAEST Mr. A. D. Bradford has been principal of Milton High School for the past two years. He served his first full year as a principal at Ceredo- Kenova High School. Mr. Bradford has an MA degree from West Virginia University and an AB degree from West Virginia Institute of Technology. The Senior Class of 1957 wishes to express its gratitude to Mr. Bradford for his guidance dur- ing these two years. We wish him much success in the future. THE R WITH SRATITUDE We, the Class of '57, dedicate this Miltonian to Miss Ruth Wayland, commerce teacher. Her loyalty throughout all these years, and her help to us during our six-year stay at Milton High has been the inspiration for our achievements. It is largely her cooperation and hard work, as financial supervisor, that has made this Miltonian possible. We also express our appreciation to Mr. Jack Dial, photographer, and Mrs. Jo Ann Herring, editorial supervisor, for their help with the Mil- tonian. ILTOX HIGH SCHOOL 4 V THE CONSERVATORY As secretary to the principal, Mrs. Sylvia Cox, left, reigns over Mt. Bradford's office in the new building. Without her friendly helpfulness, faculty and students -alike would be lost! Head conductors Miss Ruth Wayland, Dean of Girls, and Mr. james W. Fugate, Dean of Boys, confer. The Conducmrs CARROLL ADKINS Science JOHN ALLEN Geography Football FRED BALL Art W. Va. History HELEN BLAKE Commerce Business English JACK DIAL Social Studies Business Math VELMA GIBSON Physical Education Health NELL HARSHBARGER Mathematics RICHARD ADKINS Chemistry Mathematics JOE AVIS Band Music LEWIS BALL Social Studies Football INEZ DENT Librarian JUANITA FRAZIER English BETTY HALL Science English ROXIE HENDERSON Social Studies JO ANN HERRING English Journalism BLANCHE KLINE English EUGENIA MCCLUNG Biology MARY HELEN OSBORNE English THELMA TACKETT W. Va. History Mathematics H. E. THROCKMORTON Vocational Agriculture JEAN WILLIAMSON Geography English ,, ANN JUS'I'ICE Mathematics MAGGIE MCCARTY Civics JOHN McCOY Mathematics Science CHARLOTTE SULLIVAN ' History French MILDRED TAYLOR World History Spanish ELEANOR WILLIAMS Home Economics BEI I Y ZALFAS English L71 Financial adviser Miss Wayland goes over advertising prospects with the business staff Editor of the 'S 7 yearbook is Dixie Kelley. THE MILTONIAN COMPOSERS Editorial adviser Mrs. Herring and members of the writing staff have a conference. W ,, ,wswss , ever-W z S .14 ,KR 9 si A L LXLL X ii . w k - '- 5 ' W za Sf xxz iw Q .-A x x x Q Q. M 2 Q . KG? , ? gi? f saw-'mm 2535- is sg K ., if iw' WR wi Q Q .x ,. N. . , V Q Q m y-fi :Ar ms X is . RAN ' fs 5X DARRELL BLEDSOE--"I..ife's so short to waste, so let's have a party", Football, Varsity M. VIOLE'I'I'A BURDETTE-"This is one girl who knows which twin is which", Majorette, Y-Teens, Euiquecte Club. MAXINE CLAY-"Her kind words are like bene- dicrions"g Miss Greyhound, Senior Class Treasurer, F.B.L.A. President. JARRELI.. BLEDSOE-"Without his nonsense life wouldlbe very dull", Football, Varsity M. E101 DAVID CLAGG-"An all-round-good fellow and that's enough", Art Club. PEGGY LOUISE BALL-"Little, neat, and sweet", Band. CYNTHIA ANN BROWN-"Where there's music there can't be mischiefng Band, National Honor Society Treasurer, Dance Band. KEITH BARRETT-"He knows what is what", Basketball, Baseball. - LINDA FAY BOWYER-"We all like her", Band, Y-Teens. HOMER ALFORD-"Little people are to be loved, and big people admired-Gee, I'rn glad Fm little", Football, Varsity M. CHARLES DAILEY-"Knowledge is power", Foot- ball, Varsity M, National Honor Society President. GLORIA SUE BILLUPS-"Absence makes the heart grow fonder"g Cheerleader, Senior Class Secre- tary, Band. PATRICIA JEAN CHAPMEN-"A bundle of joy", Y-Teens, Nurses Club. DARRELL CLAGG-"I would rather laugh than to eat", Glee Club, Seamanship Club. GEORGE CART-"A pleasing smile plus a likeable personalityng Football, Track, Rod 85 Reel Club EVELYN LOUISE CLAGG-"She has made many friends among us", Knitting Club. 11 X DANIEL A. JOHNSON-"My way of joking is to tell the truthg It's the funniest joke in the world", National Honor Society, Science Club Vice President. DORIS JANE BURTON-"She who loves herself will have no rivals", Melody Club, National Honor Society Vice President, F.H.A. MILDRED ' DEAN-"A wonderful girl, a friend we're glad to have"g G.A.A., Spanish Club. OWEN S. EDWARDS-"With a grin on his lips and a twinkle in his eye"g Football, Track. f12fl DALVIN REX DAILEY-"A friendly disposition and a sunny smile"g Seamanship Club, Student Council Vice President. LEOTA ARLENE DAILEY-"A happy person all day long", Majorette, F.B.L.A. Club, Glee Club. PINEY ARLENE BLEDSOE-"The only way to have friends is to be one", F.H.A., Y-Teens, Nurses Club. FRED R. DAILEY-"I never study to hard, I might get brain fever"g Science Club.- BARBARA GENENE JACKSON-"Neatness is the crowning grace of womanhoodug F.H.A., Y- Teens. JIMMY L. EDMONDS-"Well mannered and fun"g Treasurer of F.F.A. JAMES MCDONIE-"J u s t everybody's g o o d friendug Aviation Club. SHELIA LYNN COOPER-"Heaven's last best giftng Pep Club. DELORES YVONNE CONRAD-"But to know her is to love her"g Glee Club, Latin Club. WILLIAM FREDERICK HAGER-"Tis men like him that make the world go round"g Secretary and Treasurer Science Club. WILLIAM LEGG-"Handsome, cute, a smile to boot"g Football, Basketball, Senior Class Vice President. PATRICIA LOU WVALLACE-"Blessed with brains and brown eyes"g Band S1-57, Turnabouts, Na- tional Honor Society . E131 SHELBA JEAN CONRAD-"As sweet as candy"g Glee Club, Y-Teens, Latin Club. JAMES E. LEWIS-"Books, Books, My one and only books", Science Club. JAMES MOHR-"All the teachers does he annoy", Surprise Club, Band, Dance Band. DONNA JUNE CART-"A cheerful look, a plea- sant smile, that's Donna June, happy all the while"g Glee Club, Pep Club, French Club. lf14l ROBERT LEE LEGG-"Better a witty fool, than a foolish wit", Seamanship Club. PHYLLIS JEAN MCHENRY-"Her laughter rings out merrily", Aviation Club. PATRICIA ANN VANCE-"No gems, no gold she needs to wear, She shines intrinsically fair", Band 52-57, F.B.L.A., Turnabouts. DAVID LEE ROANE-"An all-round sport who gives his thoughts few words", F.B.L.A., National Honor Society, Office Practice. PAULETTA GAY MOSES-"Her voice is the out- let of the music in her soul"g Band 51-57, Senior Glee Club 5 3-57, All State Choir. JACKIE MORRIS-"Why should the devil have all the good times", Jr. Hi Football, Jr. Hi Basketball, Jr. Sr. Track. BOBBY I.. JONES-"God's gift to women", Basket- ball, Football, Camera Club. LEORIS JEAN ROBERTS-"A disposition like we hope the angels have"g F.H.A. President, National Honor Society, Science Club. l DOLORES MCKNIGHT-"A woman who is loved always has success"g Majorette 55-57, F.B.L.A. Club, National Honor Society. JERRY TEMPLETON-"To know is not to know, unless some one else has known that I know"g Football, Track, Library Club. JAMES CUMMINGS-"That which is everybody's business is nobody's businessng Football, Varsity M. Victory Ball Escort. DIXIE KELLEY-"A pretty face with a sparkle of mischief in her eyes"g Attendant to Miss Grey- hound, Majorette 54-57, National Honor Society. I run DON ALAN SARGENT-"A senior we will not forgetng Band, Science Club. CHRISTINE JENKINS-"A cute brunette with a winning smile"g National Honor Society, WVGD, F.H.A. RHEA LITTLE-"A delight to all who know her"g Dance Band, National Honor Society, Band. ARNOLD PERSINGER-"I do not in the least object to a sport because it is rough"g Football, Basketball, Science Club. lf16l MACK MORRISON-"To be gay is much better than studying". SHIRLEY MAE MORRISON-"A happy heart makes a happy face", Etiquette Club, G.A.A. if JANE HOLLANDSWVORTH--"Small of build but large of heart, she wins your friendship from the start"g Majorette, Miss Greyhound Attendant, Cheerleader. DONALD R. MORRISON-"Sincere and friendly to everyone", F.F.A. nw, y MARY LOU QUEEN-"Personality and pep a plenty", Cheerleader, Glee Club, Melody Club. GARY ROWSEY-"She who loves me must love my dogs also"g Football, Basketball, Senior Class President. WILLIAM J. WISE-"Standing on the corner watching all the girls go by", Seamanship Club. SHIRLEY JEAN KINDER-"A little miss, a heart of gold, but for one man and his to hold", Band, F.B.L.A. Treasurer, National Honor Society. JOY ILEEN WETHERHOLT-"Happiness comes from the health of the soul", Glee Club, Etiquette Club, G.A.A. JOHN LEWIS-"Quiet, but Well liked". MAXWELL ROBERTS-"As good as gold", Band, Dance Band, Basketball. PARTHENA SUTPHIN-"In each cheek there appears a pretty dimples", Band, Science Club, Camera Club. E171 LOLA MAE WETHERHOLT-"Youth is the pro- per time for love"g Glee Club, Melody Club. GLORIA GAIL EDMUNDS-"She'll be a Pirate somedayng Knitting Club. PEGGY ANN VVETHEKHOLT-"I am myself the guardian of my honor"g Glee Club, Y-Teens. DONALD ELKINS-"What this c 0 u n t y really needs, is a good 5 cent cigar"g President of F.F.A. l18l RAYMOND M. NELSON-"G rea ter men may have lived-but I doubt it"g Science Club, Li- X brary Club. WANDA LEE EDMUNDS-"In her quietness there is charm"g F.H.A., Camera Club. MARY RUTH SPURLOCK-"Life and love are all a dream"g F.B.L.A., F.H.A. Treasurer. GEORGE SKIDMORE--"It is better to debate a question without settling it, than to settle it with- out debate"g Art Club President. DONNA LOU SUNDERLAND-"Brimful of joy and rnischiefvg Jr. Red Cross, F.H.A. President, Future Teacher's Club. MILDRED LOIS WALLACE-"Tw much beauty, I reckon, is nothing but too much sun"g Etiquette Club, F.H.A., Junior Play. SHIRLEY WALLACE BIAS-"The sweetest type of heaven is home"g Y-Teens Club. JOYCE ANN STEWART-"For music any words are good enough"g Glee Club, National Honor Society, Girls State. DIXIE LEE HUTCHINSON-"Dark and beautiful hair, Sweet and friendly smile"g Glee Club. No Picture: WANDA ARTHUR-"Friendly and courteous to all". L191 SENIOR PLAY CAST l20fl "Father Goes Domestic" Maxwell Roberts Dixie Kelley Arnold Persinger Fred Dailey Rhea Little Bobby jones Leading Roles Other Characters Parthena Sutphin Jane Burton Mildred Wallace jimmy Cummings Pauletta Moses David Roane JANE BURTON Valedictorian PATRICIA WALLACE Salutatorian SUE BILLUPS Girl Honorarian N O T E S CHARLES DAILEY I 21 Boy Honorarian i221 SQTEPSKIN THE CHAPTER I-SEVENTH GRADE. The graduating musicians of 1957 entered the Milton Concert Hall, September 1951, as seventh graders. In these last six years of learning, our purpose was to establish a life of musical harmony. Our Head Conductor was Mr. J. Y. Lowe, with Mrs. Allred, Miss Browder, Mr. Cain, and Mr. Basham as Assistant 'Conductors. Jane Hollandsworth, Sue Billups, Homer Alford, and Jimmy Cummings, were elected as Student Conductors to lead the smaller orchestras. Our doctors and nurses who were to keep the musicians in good health were Marion Hunt, Cynthia Brown, Bobby Legg, and Charles Dailey. May 1952, our musicians departed for well earned vacations. CHAPTER II-EIGHTH GRADE. On September 1952, after a long vacation, we entered as experienced musicians of the eighth grade. Assistant Conductors who directed us were Miss Warren, Mrs. Thornton, Mr. Ball and Mr. Fugate. The new Student Conductors were Jane Burton, Parthena Sutphin, Don Sargent, and Danny Johnson. Those who practiced diligently and became members of the band were Pauletta Moses, Cynthia Brown, Marion Hunt, jane Hollandsworth, Pat Wallace, Buddy Everett, Dixie Kelley, Arlene Dailey, and Maxwell Roberts. Paul Hatfield, Jimmy Cummings, and Bobby Jones, three of our entergetic boys, joined the junior high basket- ball team-with Dixie Kelley, and Jane Hollandsworth, our junior high cheerleaders, cheering them on to the tune of victory. This concludes the second year of our many accomplishments and places us a step higher on the ladder of learning. CHAPTER III-NINTH GRADE. As the musicians entered the ninth grade, September 1953, we were automatically known as "freshman." Christine Jenkins, Parthena Sutphin, Gary Rowsey, and Bobby Jones were elected as Student Conductors, which were in charge of the orchestras of Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Stanley, Mr. McCoy, and Mr. Throckmorton. Several of our musicians who enjoyed the music of hammers, saws, tractors and etc., joined the F.F.A. Others that wanted to use their voice as the outlet of their soul, became members of the junior high glee club. Patricia Vance, Don Sargent, Jimmy Mohr, Shirley Kinder, Parthena Sutphin, and Jerry Temple- ton enjoyed making music with their instruments, so they joined the band. Our most active male soloists joined the junior high football and basketball teams. Musi- cians on the football team were Paul Hatfield, Jarrell Sargent, Bob Jones, Jimmy Cummings, Maxwell Roberts, Jarrell Bledsoe, Darrell Bledsoe, Homer Alford, Gary Rowsey, Arnold Persinger, Butch Legg, Don Morrison, Owen Edwards, and Jack Morris. Musicians of the basketball team were Keith Barrett, Don Weatherholt, Gary Rowsey, Maxwell Roberts, Bob jones, Butch Legg, Jack Morris, and Paul Hatfield- with Sue Billups, Charlotte Clay, Mary Queen, Dixie Kelley, Marion Hunt, and Jane Hollandsworth as the active female soloists, serving as the junior high cheerleaders. This ended our junior high school of music. CHAPTER IV-TENTH GRADE. As "sophomores", entering in the fall of 1954, we were directed by Mary Queen, Sue Billups, Shirley Kinder, Dalvin Dailey, and Homer Alford, who helped Miss Kline, Miss Blake, Mrs. Harshbarger, and Mrs. McClung, our Assistant Conductors. Two of our instrument-playing musicians, joined the band this year. They were Peggy Ball and Sue Billups. Also, we will never forget our first band camp at Davis Creek. The outstanding event, which kept all musicians guessing, was our election for the attendant to "Miss Greyhound". The sophomore class chose Dixie Kelley as the most outstanding girl this year, and she was escorted by Jack Morris. Dixie was also elected as our only sophomore majorette for the marching band. Soloists participating in "B" team basketball were: Paul Hatfield, Gary Rowsey, Jack Morris, Arnold Persinger, Butch Legg, Maxwell Roberts, and Keith Barrett. Those who made the "varsity" football team were Darrell Bledsoe, Homer Alford, Jarrell Bledsoe, Gary Rowsey, Jimmy Cummings, and Bob Jones, Manager. The girls selected as senior high cheerleaders were Jane Hollandsworth, Mary Queen, and Sue Billups. The girls playing in intramural sports, capturing the SCALE OF LEARNING volleyball champ trophy for this year, were: Mildred Wallace, Joy Wetherholt, Donna Sunderland and Mary Queen. CHAPTER V-ELEVENTH GRADE. september, 1955, entering as "flighty" juniors, we elected our class officers: President, Gary Rowseyg Vice President, Butch Leggg Secretary-Treasurer, Maxine Clay, who were sponsored by Mr. Eaton, Mrs. Peck, and Miss Wayland. This year, there was a change in our "Head Conductor", and we were then guided by Mr. A. D. Bradford. Soloists Jimmy Cummings was elected as the Co-editor of the Miltonian this year. Members of our junior class orchestra who wished to become Future Homemakers and Future Farmers were: Mary Spurlock, Donna Sunderland, Leoris Roberts, Barbara Jackson, Mildred Wallace, Jack McClung, Don Elkins, Don Morrison, Jimmy Edmonds, Joe Moore, Mack Morrison, and Charles McCallister. Dolores McKnight, Violetta Burdette, and jane Hollandsworth, who kicked their legs high for the marching band, became our new majorettes. Soloists Charles Dailey and Christine Jenkins, our outstanding history students, attended "Know Your State Government' Day", at Charleston, W. Va. The ever faithful musicians which upheld the name of the Milton Concert Hall, joined the football team. They were: George Cart, Don Weatherholt, Arnold Persinger, Butch Legg, Homer Alford, Jarrell Bledsoe, Charles Dailey, and Gary Rowsey. Those participating on the "varsity" basketball team were: Maxwell Roberts, Gary Rowsey, Butch Legg, and Arnold Per- singer on the "B" squad. From our junior class orchestra, Jane Hollandsworth and Maxine Clay were chosen attendants to "Miss Greyhound", and participated in the homecoming parade, in which our class won first prize for the most outstanding float, with the theme, "Win Without Boasting, Lost Without Excuses". Our year was highlighted with the junior plays, with fifteen of our musicians taking part in them. Jane Hollandsworth, jerry Templeton, Darrell Clagg, Lois Clark, Dixie Kelley, Cynthia Brown, and David Roane acted in the very hilarious play, "The Displaced Baby Sitter". Fred Dailey, Mildred Wallace, Barbara Jackson, Jimmy Cummings, Bob Jones, Maxine Clay, Charles Dailey, Dolores McKnight, Dalvin Dailey, and Dixie Hutch- inson, acted in "Scarry Hollow", a mystery. The most exciting event of the year was our junior and senior prom, in which many of our musicians took part. Our musicial theme was "Stairway to the Stars". As we depart for the summer for our different vacations, we are looking forward to the coming school year with anticipation. CHAPTER VI-TWELFTH GRADE. As we reach the last step of the scale of learning, we are very proud to be the "almighty seniors" of ,S7. Our final Assistant Conductors were Mrs. Harshbarger, Mrs. Taylor, and Mr. Ball. Our Student Con- ductors chosen as our senior class officers were: President, Gary Rowseyg Vice President, Butch Leggg Secretary, Sue Billupsg and Treasurer, Maxine Clay. Our senior class was honored with the newacquaintance of Rhea Little from Rainelle, W. Va. Rhea joined the band, as well as many other organizations. Soloists Arlene Dailey was our new addition to the high kicking majorettes. Many of our senior musicians played "var- sity" football. They were guided by the three co-captains Charles Dailey, Butch Legg, and Gary Rowsey. Our senior quartet, consisting of Butch Legg, .Gary Rowsey, Arnold Persinger, and Bob Jones, were the four musicians who played varsity basketball. The star of our concert hall, commonly known as "Miss Greyhound" was Maxine Clay, escorted by Butch Legg. Other attendents were Dixie Kelley and Jane Hollandsworth fMrs. Frank Wintersj, escorted by Jimmy Cummings, and Jerry Templeton. We now have our class rings, which are mementos of our six years of musical learning. Future events which will close the happiest days of life are: senior skip day, class play, senior assembly, junior and senior prom and banquet, baccalaureate and com- mencement. We now have ended our musical learning and the time has come to go into the world and put forth our achievements. -SUE BILLUPS 1231 .Q sm-Sui. . YYY, W, 5 f.: . L A yi Q N X Q H fe 1, - N Y" X . Q N. Q X is X Q S 212 'iss ES? Q x tm, W Wig? as-2 , ,qw 51 . ' Q5-ap Q X ,, N ....,.,.? 9 x 'QQ X ' ww r F X. 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T Mary Adkins Willie Amos Lewis Argabrite Roger Austin Beverly Ball Libby Bell Charles Bias Don Bias Charles Billups Janet Bird Annette Black Garrett Black Dorothy Boggs Scotty Bowles Mary Bowyer Allen Brown Jim Brown Patricia Brown Jacqueline Brownmg Patricia Caldwell Ruth Caldwell Ruth Callaway Anna Carpenter Edna Carpenter E301 jack Carpenter Loretta Chambers Nancy Chaney Betty Chapman Carroll Chapman Bill Cooper Bobby Courts Tommy Cyrus Imogene Dailey Jane Dailey Ann Daly Charles Danford Pete Davis Sally Davis Dora Diamond Albion Dick Gloria Dillon Drema Dudding Carolyn Dunn Alvie Edwards Clinton Edwards Clark Elkins Dotty Escue Dennis Facemyer i311 4 E 321 Dana Foster Ed Gibson Charles Grass Barbara Handley James Hanna Harry Hatfield Georgia Henry Rose Karen Hicks Dennis Hinkle Harold Holley Della Honaker Dorma Hutchinson Dotty Hutchinson Forest Jenkins Sue Johnson Naomi Johnson Ruth Johnson Joyce Jordan Larry Jordon Ronald Keefer Jane Kinder Louise Kingery Shirley Kinnard Jessie Krepps Ronald Lewis Phyllis Linkous Larry Lunsford Jerry Manning Charles Markin Curtis Massie jack McClung Saundra McCroskey Vonna McDonnie Connie McMellan Roger Meadows Linda Midkiff joseph Moore Bobby Morris Gary Morrison james Ivan Morrison Harold Murrell Jerry Nicholas Opal Newman Edgar Norris Jo Ann Owens Walter Patterson Berry Perry Gerald Perry i331 Jim Perry Jane Phelps Maxine Porter Olive Pridemore Norma Ramey George Ramsey Everette Reynolds Dale Rife Harry Roberts Betty Robinson Leonard Rolfe Jim Rule Barbara Sayre George Shirkey Ann Shy Ronnie Slone Barry Smith Kennith Smith Herman Spears Doris Spurlock Randall Spurlock Stella Stowasser Jack Sunderland james Swann E341 Lee Thompson Nancy Thornton c. J. vifiwe Janice Walker Patricia Wallace George Wandling Mary Waugh Raymond Weaver Rodney Wells Rawnie White Jim Wilson Wayne Woodard Janice Woody Absent when pictures were taken: David Chapman, Buddy Ever- ett, William Marcum, Carol Scarberry. 3 sea? 'f a vegas was-S NAR l 'SO 'B sms ts - -. :rf-fglfiii . - :, ,.,. to 's.S::-ff J, -t -.1. 1 s sas-if , as - K - ist-, .5 .XX H ' Li X5 iiklfffiwclis' MXN R X Si' CCE xsni if-"l I X 'Af IKQ B W M we - f as .X 'xii .: 'N - X . as? g wx if i - "Y :Lf ' st S, ,..:. rl iv , k ,af ,x K 1 :s f 1 . Y - is - : t ig 1 C , ,fag Q A xi 4- SOPHOMORE Barbara Adkins Karen Adkins Don Ashworth Marvin Ball Lou Ball Dorothy Barnett Robert Beckett Baxel Black Mae Black Myrna Blackwell Nancy Blake Jerry Bledsoe Judy Bledsoe Carl Bragg james Brooks Barbara Burns Fred Burns Martha Byrd Carol Caldwell Jimmy Campbell Ralph Carder Gail Carey Gladys Cardwell Dale Carpenter l36l Bobby Casey Daniel Chapman Gary Chapman Everett Childers Jerri Childers Ebert Clagg Ronal Clagg junior Coleman Shirley Collins Corene Connor Barbara Cooper Paul Cooper Cyrus Cox Mary Ann Crookshanks Harold Crum Sandra Davis Gypsy Diamond Delores Diaz Alice Doddridge David Dolin Clara Dunn Ray Edwards Jerry Escue Marietta Finley l37fl m1. ,, ok ee X . .:.:f- -- 1 .,,,. is Q E gag l SY ,lx in l' ggi? N e w X i s xx Xigkwx ixaievl X 1 XSS X, wi N , il' ,1 it X X X A N , 9 4' '- X XSL QELSTW1-Eilfil' or aio- Q.-.wot Sow Q X3 el. RS-ri , is QNX i S N wif? LESXQQNQ YK X Wi? Cleo Flora Donna Freeman Sally Grass Jo Ann Guthrie Paul Hager James Hamilton Lester Hamilton Woody Hanshaw Dale Harless John Pat Henderson Kennith Hinkle Patsy Holley Linda Huffman Lillian Hulshizer Linda Jarrell Ramona Jarvis Brenda Jenkins Don Jenkins Larry Jenkins Jerry Johnson Patricia Johnson Lloyd Kiff Linda Kinder Emma Kinnard lf38l Kay Legg Danny Lewis Homer Lewis Johnny Lewis Loretta Lewis David Lowe Gail Lunsford Kenith Lunsford Jane McCallister Gary McComas Pat McComas Cora McCormick Carolyn McDonie Joyce McDonie Mike McMellon Ann Martin Larry Midkiff Richard Midkiff Berry Miller Serena Mitchel Joanne Moore Denny Moore Perry Morrison Steve Morton i391 Sandra Mullins Bill Murrell Rosalie Nutter Judith Csborne Donnetta Pancake Joe Purdue Lora Pridemore David Ramey James Reese Janet Reynolds Scottie Rutherford Vera Rutherford Jack Sayre Della Scarberry janet Seager Calvin Shelton Martha Shy Gary Smith Stuart Sowards Kathryn Stephens Lena Stevens Eddie Stowers Joyce Suiter Zella Sunderland E401 Glenn Templeton Robert Thompson William Turley Betty Turley Dorinda Tyree Louise Vititoe Carolyn Wallace Leon Wallace Betty Wetherholt Sherry Williams Roger Willard Zuretta Wyant Carol Yates Freddie Lewis lf41l Absent when pictures were taken: Gary McDonnie, Dixie Lush- er, Jarrell Kelley, Barbara Black, Everett Fields. E421 FINISHED SYMPHONY It was a warm, beautiful night in May 1970. A feeling of anticipation crept from soul to soul as music floated softly about each cloud and slippped around the corner of each star. Descending the path to the milky way, going right into the past, seeing loved ones, faithful companions, pals, going-going-into the past-going. "Why you're Dolores McKnight!" This subtle remark brought me back into the present stratosphere and made me realize that I was not in the past but in the future, now traveling across town. Much to my surprise, the voice was that of the owner and driver of a large corporation of Cadallic Taxis, Don Elkins. Becoming once again old friends, Don pointed out many exciting things. As we stopped for a red light in front of what once was Sally's fnow a 3 story cafej, I saw a dear friend, Bill Wise. Bill had bought an entire block, and was still standing on the corner watching the girls go by. At this time I was informed of the great change made since I left Milton 13 years ago. Milton, Charleston, and Huntington have now been combined to make a nice city called Miltcharlington. This was approved by the governor of W. Va., Charles Dailey. I'm really in quite a hurry since I've been specially invited to attend the broadway production, " '57 Music Preview." It is a musical of many varities with a cast of many school chums. Jane Winters and family wrote the production with jim C. as the director. I got out of the taxi in front of the theatre just in time to prevent quite a calamity. Seems as though there was a disagreement between Parthena and Maxwell as to whom would pay for their tickets. I paid the sum and saved the night. As the usherette, Donna Cart, led me to my seat, I was much surprised to see Phyllis Powers and her three sets of twins, all red-headed boys, fighting their way through the huge crowd. When I stepped on a neat pair of suedes, I turned to apologize and found the disgruntled owner to be Shirley Kinder. I sm.iled and asked if she had a family now. "Who's gonna get married?" she replied, flashing her 5 carat diamond around. The master of ceremonies is none other than Gary Rowsey. He now has his own TV show called "Wino, What, When, Where" with Mack Morrison as his personal Manager. He takes his bow and backs off the stage. I later found out that he broke his leg and that Dr. Homer Alfred took immediate care of him. The curtains rise upon a lovely scene. Soft music floats through the air as Sue Roberts plays the organ and Pauletta Moses appears to be nearly floating on a cloud as her beautiful singing sends you 2 steps closer to heaven. Nevertheless, you come back to earth again as the next performance is a musical comedy. Arnold Persinger is now a Magician and is cutting Donna Sunderland in two as his theme song "Too Much Monkey Business" make a pleasant background. A short operetta starring Darrell Clagg follows and plucks the heart strings of each one present. As Darrell sings of his love to Maxine Clay, goddess of them all, the spell was suddenly broken when Robert Legg sat, ungraciously, down on my lap. I looked at him shocked because he had on fire-fighting clothes and still had the nozzle of a water hose in his hand. He explained, though, he had to fight a fire at the last minute. Seems as though Leoris Roberts burned her boiled eggs. Once again the scene was lightened as a chorous line danced out on the stage, or at least it was scheduled to that effect. At the last minute Dixie K., Jane B., Patricia V., Shirley M. took chicken pox and Arlene D. had to go on with the show alone. Looking toward the front I saw a well distinguished looking Male. Now a court stenographer in Washington, D. C. David Roane had returned to his home and sat taking the entire affair down in shorthand. Wanda and Gail Edmonds were his private secretaries and Danny johnson was standing by to help with bookkeeping. l These unforgetable, pleasing experiences had worked together as notes in music and made a melody pleasing to the ears and hearts of us as we look back on our first musical teachings in our MHS conservatory. Now, in the future, we have worked and lived together and our lives have at last composed a beautiful song, that of ever- lasting loyal friendship and devotion to fellow man. Minor Keys Out in front leading cheers at the Junior High athletic events were: Barbara Green, Captain Sue Morrison, Sheila Holbert, and standing, Peggy Ford, Margaret Hanna -and Sue Cox. E431 PHILIP ADKINS ALLIENE ADKINS WOODROW ADKINS LEROY ANGUS LEONA ARNOLD JANET ARTHUR RAYMOND ASHWORT1-1 zENxTH ASI-IWORTH DONNA BALL DOTTIE BALL MARY ANN BECKETT LINDA BIAS BETTY JO BIRCH BOBBY BLACK DONNA BLACK PAMELA BLACK BEATRICE BLAKE BRENDA BLAKE DAVID BLEDSOE KEITH BLEDSOE LORETTA BOGGS HELEN BROWN LINDA BRYAN GARY BUMGARDNER CAROLYN BURDEN LINDA BURKS PHILIP BURTON JANE CALLAWAY JERRY CARPENTER DAVID CARTER JERRY CARTER PHYLLIS CARTER LINDA CASEY MARY LOU CHAMBERS LESLIE CHANEY GARY CHANEY BETTY CHAPMAN DAVID CHAPMAN GARY LEE CHAPMAN DONALD CHAPMAN E441 OLA CHAPMAN REBA CHAPMAN SHIRLEY CHAPMAN MARY CHILDERS ALMEDA CLAGG CAROLYN CLARK DAVID CLARK RALPH COLLINS CAROLYN S. CONNER CHARLES CONRAD DON CONRAD LEWIS CONRAD CECIL COURTS PATRICIA COURTS SUE COX PAUL CRAIG JOE CREMEANS DENNIE DAILEY POLLY ANN DAILEY ROGER DAILEY JOHN DANFORD CATHERINE DAVIS FREDA DEAN JERRY DERRYBERRY JUANITA DIEI-IL JOE DILLEY DAVID DILLON GARY DUNLAP RICHARD EDMONDS BONNIE EDWARDS DAVID ELKINS LINDA ELKINS LEONA FLOYD MARGARET FORD BENNIE GILL ROY GILLENWATER BARBARA GREEN SUE GROSE LARRY GLENN I4SfI x 5 JANET CHAPMAN I If JERRY GREYHOUSE MARYLIN HALL MARGARET HANNA . f JACK HARSHBARGER ALEORD HATFIELD L1 PHYLLIS HENRY f GARY HICKS 1 '52 iz-. if ,,.. . . ky in gg TROY HITCHCOX ., sHru.1A HOLBER1' -A A ' 1: ' is IVAN HOLLEY 1.1: .' .- ,I ,I if A MARJORIE HOLLEY DAVID HONAKER N LINDA HONAKER GLENDA HUGHES ANN HUTCHINSON SH HARLIE JACKSON M JoE JANEY JAMES JARVIS CAROL JENKINS Q - A ROBERT JENKINS - it g si ROBERT JENKINS SADIE JENKINS JANET JOHNSON wx cARoL JOHNSON Q LARRY KINCAID 1 SN R QE XFN '. MARY ANN KING RICHARD KINDER ROGER KINGERY LORETTA KNIGHT CHARLES KREPPS ARTHUR LEGG JOHN LEGGETT KYLE LEWIS ROY LEWIS TED LITTLE SANDRA LUCAS SHIRLEY McCALLIS'I'ER SARA McCOMAS JAMES MANNING BETTY MARKIN E461 MARILYN MASSIE CORLETTA MEADOWS LINDA MEADOWS ROBERTA MEADOWS WILMA MILLER KAREN MITCHELL MIKE MORNING GLENN MORRIS WENDELL MORRIS BARBARA MORRISON SUE MORRISON LINDA MORRISON DON MULLINS SHARON MURRELL EVERETT NEAL THOMAS NEAL JOYCE NELSON SHIRLEY NEWMAN DAVID NITz PATRICIA PATTERSON CAROLYN PERRY SALLY PERRY WANDA POWERS BILL QUEEN RUTH RAMSEY KAREN RATTIE LINDA REYNOLDS JANE RIMMER JOHN ROANE HOUSTON ROBERTS CARLYLE ROLFE JUDY RULE PHYLLIS SOAREERRY JUDY SETLIEE JOHN sEvY CHARLOTTE SHAFFER MARGARET SLOANE DON SMITH DONNA SMITH BOB SMITH I47I BETTY SOWARDS DARRELL SOWARDS JAMES SOVINE ESTHER SPURLOCK STEPHEN SPURLOCK SUE STEWART JOHN STOCKS LEWIS STOWERS CHARLOTTE SUNDERLAND JOYCE SUNDERLAND SHIRLEY FAY SUTPHIN LARRY SWAN NELETA SWAN DIANE THORNTON BARBARA TURLEY VICKI WALLACE EDDIE WANDLING CHARLES WASHINGTON JUDY WAUGH SHARON WAUGH LARRY WEST BARBARA WOODARD EARL WOODARD LINDA WOODARD Absent when pictures were taken George Norse, Henry Norse, Phyl- lis Lewis, Dale Legg, Thomas Mar- cum, James Hardwick, Anna Jar- vis, Standford David, Shirley Chap- man, Larry Smith. 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ELMER JARREL CAROL JENKINS GLENNA JENKINS JIMMY JENKINS MILDRED JENKINS MARCIA JOHNSON BARBARA JOHNSON STEVE JOHNSON DEWEY JORDON JOYCE JORDON GORDON JOYCE MARCIA KEEFER HOWARD KIRTLEY JUANITA KNIGHT DALTON LAYNE PATRICIA LEWIS RUTH LEWIS SHERRY LEWIS RAYMOND LOCKHART MARY LOONEY WILLIAM LUNSFORD DARREL MCCALLISTER SAMMY MCCLURE JERALD MCCOMAS JERRY MCCOMAS WANDA MCCOMAS LORETTA MCDONNIE PATRICIA MCKNIGHT CAROL MEADOWS LINDA MEADOWS JAMES MILLER LOUISE MORRISON EDWARD MORTON JOANN MOUNT JAMES MOUNT SHARON MOUNT CLARK MURRELL, JR. GARY MURRELL THOMAS NANCE E511 Y - . -E , . 9,5 , , , , Nw- .. xi NN . .. . . . . I , I -.: M I .mv-v gms, N. mv I, , Miz, ' M, 15 -. .I 5-Sa i E .W 5:53 K ' lb E I ., I , ,, gpg ,IW A ' Nam S- .Az in I . w-A ifffff? ...IQ I Q ' 21' F554 YQNQT E' 'if'I,. - .I.I,lTI' :Q Eff' V ':I-I .N Ei-fifkxl-' ' .- ' UISPQN' 551 . 5-955 K, S MR -2 I 54 I 1.5 F- If +1 T' ' if 1 Igjiillf J Y"3??,'?..5, 1 G " 4. , . 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N5-5,14 . - f , KJJK ,. .IZV ,Y J, 'XXIXYIQQQ fx ' ' -5 FREDA NEAL DANNA NICKOLAS GARY OSBORNE CHAROLOTTE PANCAKE KAY PARDUE SI-IERRY PATTERSON JAMES PAULEY ETHEL PERRY ROGER PERRY CAROYL PEYTON ELLEN RAMEY ELIZABETH RAY CHARLES ROBERTS MARSHA ROBERTS GARY ROLFE BARBARA RONK PAULETTA RONK WILLIAM ROSE JOHN RUTHERFORD DORIS RYDER DAVID SCARBERRY SO'NJA SETTLIFF JO ANN SHULL GEORGE BENNY SHY DALE SMITH ERMA SMITH HERBERT SMITH III ROBERT SMITH TEDDY STOWASSER JERRY SUNDERLAND SHARON SWAN JOHNNY TACKETT ANN TEMPLETON LEWIS TEMPLETON KATHRYN VICKERS JOHN WALLACE EDSEL WALLACE MELISSA WAUGH FAYE WETHERHOLT SANDRA KAY WILLIAMS f52fl SUSAN WILSON SAUNDRA WOODARD Absent when pictures were taken JOHN LAYNE CHERYL ANGUS JOAN ARNOLD DALE BARNETT JERRY BLACK VIRGINIA BLACK SHIRLEY BLAKE BARBARA BLEDSOE CHARLOTTE BURDEN BONNIE BURKS KAREN BURNS ERMA CARPENTER LYNN CARROLL LYNDALL CARSON BETTY CART GLORIA CARTER MIKE CARTER LARRY CHAMBERS RALPH ODEL CHANEY BESSIE CHAPMAN FLORENCE CHAPMAN JEFF CHAPMAN KAY CHAPMAN MARILYN CHAPMAN PANSEY CHAPMAN OPAL CLAGG PATRICK CLAGG RODNEY CLAGG OVAL CLAGG ROY CLARK DANNY COLLINS T531 SEVE TH GRADE DONNIE COLLINS DORIS COLLINS NEDRA COLLINS ROSEMARY COOPER SHEILA COOPER VANDEL CREMEANS DANIEL CUPP BRENDA DAVIS SALLY DAVIS SANDY DAVIS ROY DEAN ROBERT DILLEY CARLTON EDMONDS JAMES EDMONDS PHYLLIS EDWARDS LORA ELKINS CHARLES EVERETT VERNON FACEMYER DALLAS GIBSON KATHRYN GIBSON CHARLES GLOVER FREDERICK GREATHOUSE LEOLA GROSE MICHAEL HARBOUR YVONNE HATFIELD JEAN HATFIELD DELIDA HOLLEY DIANA HONAKER ANN HUTCHINSON BETTY HUTCHINSON CARLTON JENKINS Jos1E JENKINS LINDA JENKINS SANDRA JENKINS HERMAN JENKINS MILDRED JOHNSON ANNA JOHNSON CAROL JORDON DORIS JORDON SHERYL KINCAID E541 MARY ELLEN KINDER DWIGHT KIRBY DANNY LEGG WAYNE LEGG GERALD LEMLEY SANDRA LILLY RODNEY LOWE BRENDA LUNSFORD BONNIE McCOMAS CAROLYN McCOMAS HOBERT McCOMAS MIKE MCCOY BANE McCRACKEN GARY MCSWEENEY SARA MAYS RALPH MEANS ROSE ANN MOORE JAMES MORRIS BRENDA SUE MORTON DALE MULLENS jon MURRE1. NANCY MURRELL GEORGE NEWMAN JANE NICHOLAS CAROLYN PARKINS VERA PECK ANITA PERRY DON PERRY ROGER PEYTON GARY PORTER BARBARA POWELL LARRY POWELL BLANCHE POWERS SANDRA POWERS LINDA REESE MARSHA ROBERTS SUE ROBERTSON STEVE RYMER JAMES SAYRE JUDY SILMAN ISSJ RONALD TAYLOR CLIFFORD sI-IULI. BILLY SHULL DENNIS SMITH JIMMY SMITH TOBY SMITH WADE SMITH WILLIAM SMITH WALTER SOVINE OLGA SPENCE GARY SPURLOCK MARY STOCKS WILLIAM STOCKS DORLEN STOWASSER ANN SULLIVAN CAROL SUNDERLAND FRANKLIN SUNDERLAND PAT SYDNOR GARY TEMPLETON LOWELL TEMPLETON SANDRA TEMPLETON GALE THACKER BARBARA TURLEY FAYE TURLEY HERMAN VITITOE EMMERSON WALKER DAVID WALLACE EUGENE WALLACE HERMAN WALLACE PEGGY WALLACE ROGER WHITE BUTCH WILKS BUSTER WOODARD LARRY WOOTEN Absent when picture was taken Tommy Ball, Sharon Birch, Bar- bara Carey. I 56 I Athletics The coaching staff includes Coaches john Allen, Floyd Duvis and Lewis Ball. E571 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM The 1956 Milton Greyhounds ended their football season with a 3-7 record. This is an improvement over last year's team which won two games to this year's three. The Greyhounds edged Hamlin, 20-195 Wayne, 13-63 and Wahama, 13-73 but they lost to Madison, Montgomery, Vinson, Poca, Guyan ,Valley, St. Albans, and Hurricane. Probably the team could have won more games if more boys had participated. The nine graduating Seniors on the team include: Darrell Bledsoe, Jarrell Bledsoe, Jim Cummings, Charles Dailey, George Cart, Homer Alford, William "Butch" Legg, Gary Rowsey, and Arnold Persinger. We, the Seniors, wish to thank the coaches, Mr. Davis, Mr. Allen, and Mr. Ball for their time and effort. Good Luck, " 'S7" from the team of 'S 6 ! -wf-ww:--:-wf--- ---Que V- -ei-se Mnms.Q..mwwm:nw e:-Q-:avr- mnm:. -af:-Jf:'unmmmu-'Mw neL --wwmma.-Q-menu-new VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM The Milton Greyhounds ended the regular basketball season with a 15-6 record, one of the best a Milton team has ever had. They have been under the supervision of Coaches John Allen, Floyd Davis, and Lewis Ball who have done an excellent job in producing a winning team this season. Team Alumni ............... ..... Marshall ................. ..... Ceredo-Kenova Hamlin ............... ..... Vinson ................ ..... Guyan Valley ,.... St. Joe ..................... Barboursville ............ ..... Huntington East Wayne ..................... ..... Hurricane .......... .... Barboursville ......... ..... Ceredo-Kenova ....... ..... St. Joe . ............... Guyan Valley .... Vinson ............ Marshall ...... Wayne ....... Logan .......... Hurricane .......... Hamlin .............. 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Burdette, Violetta Bitter sweet Darrell Would you What ever will be. will be Secretary Burton, Jane Brain child Fords I don't know Honkey tonk Become a member of the Lewis clan Carte, Donna June june Bug Popular music Ole shoot You don't know me Work for the F.B.I. Cart, George, Jr. Spark plug Hunting Come on Where could I go? Landowner Chapman, Patty jean Myrtle Singing Oh my lands Hound dog Telephone Operator Clagg, Darrell Duker Girls Horse, shaw Born to be with you To amount to something Clagg, David Shorty Hunting I don't know Crazy arms Snake Doctor Clagg, Louise Louiza Listening to hillbilly music Shoot Singing the blues Typist Clay, Maxine Mackie Reading Well for goodness sakes Bless this house Receive a college diploma Conrad, Shelba Shell Music Aw honey Born to be with you Nurse Conrad, Yvonne Von Dancing You're sweet Tonight you belong to me Have twin boys ' Cooper, Shelia Slim Driving I don't know Green door Secretary Cummings, Jim Uncle Snort Dixie Get out O let me? To live way down in the heart of Dixie Dailey, Arlene Pee Wee Listening to music Roger Canadian Sunset Secretary Dailey, Charles Charlie Sports Diddlily dad burn Candy store on the corner Engineer Dailey, Dalvin Rex Racin' hot rods Say Root Maybeline Operate a cabbage slicer Dailey, Fred Fredrick Tractor Drivin' Cotton-Picker I walk the line California rancher Dean, Mildred Bubbles Running' from boys Boy, stay away Too Young To Tango Old Maid Edmonds, Jimmy Jim Barbara Corn Dreaming Get Married Edmunds, Gail Run: Piano Shoot Singin The Blues Telephone Operator Edmunds, Wanda Windy Photography Shucks Cindy Secretary Edwards, Owen Silas Talking You're crazy Howdy Doody Time Get Married and Be A Bachelor Elkins, Donald Herbie Changin' motors Eat one Honky Tonk No. 2 Marry Girl From Mill Hagar, Fred Frogy Tearing up cars Who Said dat? Too Much Monkey Business Horse Doctor Hollandsworth, Jane Drafty Collecting Postcards Foot Wild Irish Rose Secretary Hutchinson, Dixie Dix Writing letters Ah, Honey, Hush Tenderly Marry Charles Dailey Jackson, Barbara Baba Piano I swan to john On Blueberry Hill Home Ec. Teacher jenkins, Christine Chris Sewing My Gosh My Prayer Home Ec. Teacher johnson, Danny Focas Telling Jokes Boo Pretty You'll Never, Never, Know Philosopher lf71l Name Nickname Hobby Favorite Saying Favorite Song Ambition jones, Bobby Lee jonsey Hunting 1234-5678910! Sweet Old Fashioned Girl Geologist Kelly, Dixie Tadpole Dancing jest what I figer Love Me Tender Secretary Kinder, Shirley Shirl Music I-Ie's Stupid Every Day Of My Life Secretary Legg, Robert Bob Hunting Shoot I Want You Contractor Legg, William Stubby Sports Bull When I'm Alone Engineer Lewis, james Squirrel Hunting Shucks Don't Be Cruel Forest Ranger Lewis, john Hunchem Hunting Shoot The Thing Premier of Russia Little, Rhea Little Music Aw, Flip! Deep In The Heart Of Texas Marry a pro ballplayer McDonie, james Winkey Sister's car Gosh Singing The Blues Get a job McHenry, Phyllis Phil Collecting Pictures Ah, Poodle Dog Donit Be Cruel To hot rod McKnight, Delores Babe Dancing jest What I thot' Canadian Sunset Secretary Mohr, james jim Fishing Cotton-Picker Don't Be Cruel To be a big shot Moore, joseph Joe Farming Gee Whiz Nobody Cares just Anything Morris, jackie Morrise Cars Great day in the morning Don't Be Cruel Get Married Morrison, Don Uncle Donny Hunting All fiddle Love me Tender Work at Carbide Morrison, Mack Guns Tough luck V Crazy with Love Living Morrison, Shirley Gertrude Listen to radio My goodness It Only Hurts For A Little While Telephone operator Moses, Pauletta Gay Pouletta Music Me too Love Is A Many Splender Thing Glce Club teacher at Milton Hi Nelson, Raymond Uncle Murdock Reading Blarney Searching Research chemists Persinger, Arnold E. Per Hunting The Green Door Chemical engineer Queen, Mary Lou Queenie Sammy Dig that crazy cat Friendly Persuation Phy. Ed. Teacher at Milton Hi Roane, David Lee Dave Driving G-whiz Young Love Stay single Roberts, Maxwell Samp 'Herding' cars Thats the way the ball bounces Don't Be Cruel Getting married and . . Roberts, Leoris jean Possum Trying new recipes Are you kidding? Changing Pardners Home Ec. Instructor Rowsey, Gary T. Tom Hunting Bull Tender lips Professional baseball player Sargent, Don A. Sarg Talking I d0n't know You Belong To Me Air Force General Skidmore, George A. Skidless Science Ain't it Atomic Scientist Spurlock, Mary Ruth Ruthie Piano Horse I Saw A Man Secretary Stewart, joyce Ann jerk Popular music by Presley I'll be dow Anyway You Want Me Work for the F.B.I. Sunderland, Donna Lou Donnie Chasing butterflies All balony Now Is The Hour See the world Sutphin, Parthena Squeak Cats I'll bet My Blue Heaven Beautician Templeton, jerry Dale Temp Autos "jesus" "jesus" Don't Be Cruel Meet pretty girls Vance, Patricia Ann Polly Music Is that right? True Love Secretary Wallace, Mildred Mill Cooking Holy cow Walking In The Rain Voc. Home Ec. Teacher Wallace, Patricia Lou Pat Collecting horses Oh horse Love Me Tender Go to Scotland and marry a bagpipe player Wallace, Shirley june june Collecting pictures Heck Young Love Get away from Milton Wetherholt, joy lleen Windy Boys Wouldn't you like to know? Heart Without A Sweetheart Be an old maid Weatherholt, Lola Mae Lola Bell Loren S. Oh gee Searching Secretary Weatherholt, Peggy Ann Peg Ray S. Lovely You And Me Be a success Wise, William j. Billy joe Loafing Wou1dn't you like to know? Sincerely Barber E721 Clubs Miss Hall's Book Club members make the most of their activity period. 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' fb.,-'sawn 4 '- -1- QQ wcsamlw x i S Q SAM x .K , vi k Qi- ,xg Y , WWA: W... ww 3 - R Wibwlsg 2? E f fi Nwvv. f Y sv ki Q 321 'L Q Sf- X Q f we X Q . M . N i il A - K L , f - X Q li? 'iff fdwx .-Sl' jri A , I1 . I 3 Q " . Q X " X L K K gf is Q - X 2 1 5 E 2 '1 5 .Y x , 153 X . S K Q A 1 8 .49 .. X HOWARD WILLIAMS Phone Phone 4201 Milton 6332 Hurricane 'k 'k i' Your New Ford Deoler if i' 'k Hurricane Motors, Inc. For the Best Deol on o New Ford or A-I Used Cor E831 PHONE 4841 NITE 2581 A. N. SUMNER FURNITURE CO. FURNITURE AND HOME APPLIANCES GIFT SHOP Hurricane, W. Va. A lot of thought goes into ,gaining an Education. Think of us when you need- Furniture and Philco Appliances A. N. Sumner Furniture Co. Your next door neighbor Phone 4841 Hurricane, W. Va BANK OF MILTON Over A Half of Century of Service Small enough to know you 510,000 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor 510,000 1:2341 Hur1tingtOr1'S Compliments Oldest cmd Largest Of I B E L L E ' S i if i 313 Ninth Street HUNTINGTON, W. VA. ANDERSON-NEwcoMB ' on fhird Qyenue "The Shop of Youthful Fashions" 9 Best of Luck HURRICANE AUTO S U P E R E T T E Food Market CO' 2710 Putmcm Areo Self Service Air-Condition Phone HURRICANE, W. VA. HURRICANE, W. VA. 4 8 51 ir Comp1i1ne11-ts of GENERAL DEPARTMENT STCDRE Ml One Stop Shopping C Congratulations to Seniors Best Wishes To The Class of 1957 gf 1957 PERRY'S GARAGE HURRICANE 5!1.00 STORE Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Clark Compliments of SALLY'S TEA ROOM Hurricane Feed 81 Farm Supply L. E. Hodges, Owner and Manager Eva Rule, Prop. . Main Street Milton, W. Vo. Hurricane, W. Va. Phone 3331 STONE LODGE MOTEL . . . 40 Units, old mill with water wheel and spring house. Jlrnls Grlll Gnd SPGQPSTT' House Croquet court and sutfleboard, childrens playground. ROOMS AIR-CONDITIONED Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Taylor Seven miles east of downtown Huntingt on U. S. Route 60 and 10 We sell our meat Sauce to go. 920 Fifth Avenue Huntington, W. Va. Park Inn Delicatessen Johnson 84 Lewis Beauty Shop Milton Bank Building Milton, W. Va. Phone 2701 Phone 2761 Milton, W. Va. ' + Congrat-zilations Compliments to the Class of 1957 of ROBERTS INSURANCE BLENKO GLASS CO. AGENCY INC. MILTON, W. VA. Phone 9771 5 4 E871 Ph. 4741 Ph. 4741 MILTON TAXI CO. Greyhound Bus Station Western Union Office Avoid The Crowd and Call a Taxi MILTON KEYSTONE SERVICE STATION Washing, greasing and Tire Repair Emzy Nicholas Phone Paul Davis "Toys the year around" Open 9 A.M. Until 9 P.M. Seafler Hardware and Appliance Co. Your G. E. Dealer 521 1 U. S. Route 60 Tel. 39660 Huntington, West Virginia Co-mplivne-nts of S-OVI NE BROS. Super Market Cr Esso Service-Center Ph. Milton 4771 Culloden, W. Va SMILEY FOOD SERVICE Bring your family or friends to John Smiley's Food Service, for the best "HOT B.B.Q RlBS or SEAFOOD" Phone PA70-481 3rd St., Rt. 60 St. Albans, W. Va. Compliments of Carroll Equipment Co. Twenty-four hour Service Station West Virginia Inspection Station MACK TRUCK SALES Phone 38611 Huntington, W. Va Congratulations to The Class of 1957 Milton Cash Grocery Phone 4541 Milton, W. Va. MERRILLS, INC. 1 15 S. Second Street CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA Class Rings, Announcements and Cards, Stationers to Milton High School I 88 1 THE GUARANTY NATIONAL BANK 919 Fifth Avenue Huntington, West Virginia Member: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 4 WE WELCOME SAVINGS ACCOUNTS DRIVE-IN WINDOWS AND PARKING FURNITURE STYLING TO MAKE YOUR HOME ALERT TO THE TIMES FROM STAR 4 Star Furniture Co. "Makers of Happy Homes" 839 Fourth Avenue Huntington, W. Va. For Better Service HECKS FUNERAL HOME Phone 4141 Milton, W. Va. "Best Wishes to the Class of 1957" High School Grill Compliments 0 f Cargill Motors, Inc. Dodge-Plymouth Guaranteed Used Cars HURRICANE, W. VA. Phone 2961 GREYHOUND DRIVE IN U. S. Rt. 60 Phone 2162 MILTON, W. VA. Good Food and Refreshments Ted and Marie Stewart, Owners LS91 iri"k Compliments of gen jranL!in ,A 5 and I0 Cent .Sim Milton, West Virginia Phone 8341 'ktir E901 ls Comp 'ments of Our Sincere Congratulations To Milton High Selaool HURRICANE, WEST VIRGINIA SCHIFFS SHOES Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. SI7 Tlllrd Avenue I-lunllnglon' W' Va Cornplinzents of ESTABLISHED l9IO F I RE-AUTO-CASUALTY-L I FE-ACC I DENT AND HEALTH For your protection we represent Stock Companies Only. Phone 9I9l or 861 I MILTON, W. VA. The eC0n0mlCCll WOY Sincere Congratulations to good service to the Southern Public Service Class of 1957 Gas Company PERRY'S BARBER SHOP Chancey's Greenhouse Compliment of Gifts-Flowers-Plants I Floral Designs S Floral Telegraph Delivery Phone 9922 Milton, W. vo. Kelvinator Appliances If91:I AMICK PARK AMOCO Complimenzfs of Park Amoco Station Washing and Greasing "Pop" Amick, Proprietor PHONE 2472 lxiiisliariillolxnsiii Huntington's Number one Mens Store Compliments of Bailey's Cafeteria HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Compliments of Becker Music Store 1040 Fourth Avenue HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA Everything Musical School Supplies J. S. LATTA, INC. 1502 Fourth Avenue Huntington, West Virginia LORAN'S BEAUTY SALON 1344 Washington Avenue Milton, W. Va. Phone 6166 C. M. Love and Co. HARDWARE "Quality Hardware Since 1910" HUNTINGTON, W. VA. ELGIN WATCHES . . . The beautiful way to tell time John Morris WATCHMAKER-J EWELER WATCHES - DIAMONDS - JEWELRY , 1300 Smith Street Milton, W. Va. NOTHING . . , Huntington Auto Supply DOES IT LIKE HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Compliments of Quality Store and Men's Shop ST. ALBANS, W. VA. Compliments of The Merryland Phone 2492 Milton, W. Va. E921 'kirir For THE Important Moments Ot YOUR Life clouflzaf Afuclio 437 Eleventh Street Huntington, West Virginici Your Yearbook Photographers iii I931 ATTEND CHURCH EVERY SUNDAY BILLUPS GROCERY'S Milton, W. Va. GOLD FURNITURE 824 Fourth Avenue Huntington, W. Va. Compliments of Compliments of THE CENTER HALFWAY DRIVE INN Mrytle Thoronton, Mgr. Preston Linkous U. S. 60 Phone 2581 Best Wishes . To The Class of 57 Complzments of H LLEY BR . THE COFFEE HOUSE C,3,,,.O,, W, V35 Milton, w. vo. ' Motorola Sale And Service g,ZgggfLfa50g5t? Frank Coulter Radio Er TV Service Culloden, W. Va. I on, . a. Pike Street Phone 267i -4791 Cumming's Side Street Market Milton, W. Va. "The Agency of Service" 83 Main St. St. Albans, W. Va Edwards Keystone Service Sherald Edwards, Prop. 3037 Putnam Avenue C'ongratulatio1zs To The Class of 1957 EAST END LUNCH Hurricane, W. Va. Phone 36ll MVS- Nash El5WlCl4, PVOP- FLORABELL'S BEAUTY SHOP MAIN STREET LUNCH Pike Street Art and Lola Meeks, Prop. Milton, W. Va. Phone 8881 Hurricane, W. Va. "We make old clothes and new clothes look like New." GEORGES DRY CLEANERS Phone 8l8l ROOPER DRY GOODS Clothing and Shoes for The Entire Family Hurricane, W. Va. lf94l Huntington Federal Savings and Loan Association Home Loans "Savings Accounts lnsured to Sl0,000 422 Tenth Street Huntington, W. Va. Best Wishes To The Class of ,5 7 + Heck Clothing Store Remember, lt Costs Less To Be Well Dressed -By Heck 4 GREEN'S MARKET Fancy Meats and Groceries Fresh Frozen Meats gl Congratulations From Reddy Kilowatt, Your Electrical Servant You probably won't think much about it, but Reddy helps your work in a hundred diffterent ways, Vegetables twenty-four hours o day, at the flip of a switch. Phone 5431 Milton, W. Va. Appalachian Electric Q Power Company lf95fl Capitol Furniture Co. 746 Fourth Ave. HUNTINGTON "Everything for the Home" Huntington Battery And Supply Co. Phone 6662 or 29280 . 139-41 Fourth Ave. Huntington, West Virginia VIRGINIAN THEATRE Where the Students Meet -Home of- Metro-Goldwin-Mayer-R. K. O.-Warner Bros.-20th C e n t u r Fox-Universal- Y U n i t e d Artists-Republic-Monogram 4 Stewa rts Dry Cleaning "Serving the Public for 55 Years' Paramount Pictures - Phone fV1ll'l'Ol'1, VCI. MILTON, W. VA. G. B. Lively, Owner Q Always Good! Always Fresh! ff s A i s W HIT E B R E AD At Your Independent Grocer's Compliments of SWAN'S GROCERY "Between Milton and Culloden" Open Evenings except Thursday until 8:00 P. M. Fresh Meats and Vegetables Phone 9081 Milton, W. Va. lf96fl I 'k 'lr ir Cong1'atuIati011s from 7J701uH13' Milk ond Ice Cream Company Huntington, W. 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A -.-,'- t ' .'.', FOR 'F ' All-Ililziiii-iilieiz' ,-.-..',' '..'," ' H A 'k" , ,W LA ST I N G ,'3QQ' :i' mf. If ,il Ifiiillwxgs iii' 1521 gwdi . Q 3 -,-. ::::E:3- SUNBEAM 4 -mv 32:21. I 'ill move 0 m0"""l9l"' Cozzgrafulaiiorzs to the I ll move a mole hIlI Call me for all your C1455 Of 1957 Grading and Excavating H S ROBERTS MIL-I-ON W. VA. RADIO REPAIR SHOP Compliments BURGESS FILLING STATION Of TRANSIT GRILL BARBouRSvILLE w. VA. Lyle Sergent Prop. MAIN STREET--MILTON W. VA. .- . THE FIX-IT SHOP I f C0"1P'fmf" S MAYTAG E1 FRIGIDAIRE gf SALES Er SERVICE M Howard T. Young Ownrer 20 2 I D Ll IOIO 3rd Avenue P one O O R C HUNTINGTON, W. Va. YOUR Compliments First Fine Jewelry f YOUR O Most Cherished Possession BETTY'S DRIVE INN YOUR , Route 60 Huntington, W. Va. 'losten CIGSS R""9 o 0 o Compliments J O S T E N I S Of I897 . . . our eoih Anniversary . . . 1957 CLAUDE LINGER, Represent t'v HAPPY HALL LUMBER Co. 6400 Peo Ridge 0 I e MILTON HURRICANE HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA E991 AUTO G RAIPH S l9rinfeal M 6004 prinfing Company Juunfingfovz, ,MAJ Urginlfa Elfg' Asif .5 . f T4 i - 5 - , I :J " 'r L F , E! .-',:- ' pelifg ' 1: 5: . ' isffhfx' , ,I -v A, :I 'Kaz' 11 sz' ' , W, .af -ri ' ' M, ,: 41... -,U ,f in V. .1 -tw. .- ,WI 'KL1 1 11 vi 141, if 2 iirkk vi " ,,7v41 :A' ,Ll-A ,A -ir" , I , Illn MILTDN HIGH SCHDOI. EDIQTY-El DST AN N UAL CQMMENCEMENI EXEIQCISES d ,.. 'f 1' -I -'Q 3 J . M ' . 1 QA 3, , N -"' f- 6 L ,KN NEW VIIQGINIAN THEATIQE MONDAY, MAY 28, lQ56 1200 D- M. THE DDDGDAM Organ Prelude ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... M rs . J a n i c e C handler Processional March .... Pomp and Circumstance "America The Beautiful" . .... .... .... . . .. All Invocation .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... . . . .... L o r e t t a Howell "Every Night When The Sun .Goes In" .... . .... .... G ardner "With A Voice of Singing" .... .... .... .... . . . . .... .... .... .... S h a w "More Worlds to Conquer" .... .. .... .... A Symposium "My Home Town" .... .... .... .... . .... K a r en Lee Brown Salutatorian "Oh, The West' Virginia Hills" .... . .... Phyllis Hope Legg Honorarian "This Is My Country" .... .... .... . . .... .... . . .. .... Jerry Roberts Honorarian U Great, Wide, Beautiful, Wonderful World" Mabel Meadows, Valedictorian "When You Come to The End of A Perfect Day" .... .... . .... Jacobs Janet Wellman, Trudy Jones, Donna Colegrove Citizenship Awards .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... D . A . R . a n d S. A. R. Representatives Trumpet Solo . .... .... ' 'Holy City" .,.. .... ..,. .... .... . A d am s George Taylor Awards .... . .... .... . .... .... .... .... .... . . . .. Quartet .... .... .... .... .... ' ' S t outhearted Men" ..... .... .... .... .... R o m b erg Harvey Hawkins, Frank Shaffer, Donald McCroskey, Ralph Mitchell Presentation of Class .... .... .... .... .... .... .... A . D . B r adford, Principal Acceptance .... ..... .... . . . .... R. F. Brooks, Asst. Superintendent Diplomas ,... . . i... Dr. M. Homer Cummings, jr. Member Cabell County Board of Education "America" .... . .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... . . . . . A l l Benediction .... .... D avid Lewis Rccessional FACULTY ADVISORS CLASS ORQANIZATTON Juanita Ffazief . Sigglisigsideiltvifdilalxillxaxgoillzallaway James Fugate Secretary - - Betty Cummings Roxio Henderson Treasurer - - Frank Winters THE BACCALAUREATE SERVICE of MILTON HIGH SCHOOL Sunday Evening, May 27, 1956 - 7:30 o'clock Milton Baptist Church Organ Prelude .... .... ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... . . . . .... M r s . J anice Chandler CAudience will please standj Proceasional March .... . .... .... ' 'Pomp and Circumstanceu "Holy, Holy, Holy" .. .. .... .... .... .... .... . . . . All Invocation .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... . . . .... R e v . O . Afton Llnger "Almighty God Of Our Fathers" .... .... . .... .... .... . . .. . James "I Talked To God Last Night" .... .... , ..... ,... .... .... .... . . .. Guion Glee Club, Mrs. Janice Chandler, Directing Sue Billups, Accompanist Announcements Scripture Lesson .... .. .... First Cor, 13 Prayer Sextette .... .... .... .... .... .... ' ' T h e Silent Sea" .... .... .... .... .... N e i d linger Carolyn Murrell, Anna Burger, Henrietta Heck, Lillie Wallace, Sue -Murrell, Janet Jenkins Sermon .... .... .... .... .... .... . . . . ' 'Love Is A Many Splcndored Thing" Rev. Robert F. Paxton, Jr., Pastor Milton Presbyterian Church "My Faith Looks Up to Thee" .... .... .... .... .... . . .... .... .... .... .... A l l Benediction .... . .... Rev. A. E. Tulloh Recessional .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... . . . . .... .... . . . . S e l :cted fAudience will please be seated during the recessionalj HOLY, HOLY, HOLY Holy, holy, holy 3 Lord God Almighty! Early in the morning our songs shall rise to Theeg Holy, holy, holyg merciful and mighty, God in three persons, blessed Trinity! Holy, holy, holyg all the saints adore Thee, Casting down their golden crowns arotihd the glassy sea: Cheribum and seraphim falling down before Thee, Which wert, and art, and ever-more shalt be. Holy, holy, holy! though the darkness hide Thee, Though the eye of sinful man Thy glory may not seeg Only Thou are holy! there-is none beside Thee, Perfect in pow'r, in love, and purity. Holy, holy, holyg Lord God Almighty! All Thy works shall praise Thy name, in earth, and sky and sea. Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty, God in three persons, blessed Trinity! Amen. MY FAITH LOOKS UP TO THEE My faith looks up to Thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary, Saviour divine! Now hear me while I pray, Take all my guilt away, O let me from this day Be wholly Thine! May Thy rich grace impart Strength to my fainting heart, My zeal inspireg As Thou hast died for me, O, may my love to Thee Pure, warm and changeless be, A living fire! While life's dark maze I tread, And griefs around me spread, Be Thou my Guideg Bid darkness turn to day, Wipe sorrow's tears away, Nor let me ever stray From Thee aside. When ends life's transient dream, When death's cold, sullen stream Shall o'er me roll: Blest Saviour, tl1en in love, Fear and dis- trust removeg O bear me safe above, A ransomed soul! THE BACCALAUREATE SERVICE of MILTON HIGH SCHOOL Sunday Evening, May 27, 1956 7:30 o'cIock Milton Baptist Church Organ Prelude .... .... ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... M rs . J an i c e C h andlel' CAudience will please standj Processional March .... . .... "Pump and Circumstancen "Holy, Holy, Holy" .. . .... .... .... . . ., All Invocation .... .... .... .... ..... .... .... .... . . . .... 'R e v . O . Afton Lingel' "Almighty God Of Our Fathers" ,.... .... .... ,... .... .... .... .... . .... J a m e s "I Talked To God Last Night" .... .... , ,.... ,... .... .... .... . . .. Guion Glee Club, Mrs. Janice Chandler, Directing ' Sue Billups, Aceompanist Announcements Scripture Lesson .... .. .... First Cor. 13 Prayer Sextette .... .... .... .... .... .... ' 'T h e S ilent Sea" .... .... .... .... .... N e i d linger Carolyn Murrell, Anna Burger, Henrietta Heck, Lillie Wallace, Sue Murrell, Janet Jenkins Sermon .... . .... .... .... .... .... .... ' ' L o v e Is A Many Splendored Thing" Rev. Robert F. Paxton, jr., Pastor Milton Presbyterian Church "My Faith Looks Up to Thee" .... .... .... .... .... . . . .... .... .... .... . . . . A ll Benediction .... . . .... Rev. A. E. Tulloh Recessional .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... S e 1 c c t c d fAudience will please be seated during the recessionalj HOLY, HOLY, HOLY Holy, holy, holy 5 Lord God Almighty! Early in the morning our songs shall rise to Theeg Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty, God in three persons, blessed Trinity! Holy, holy, holyg all the saints adore Thee, Casting down their golden crowns around the glassy seag Cheribum and seraphim falling down before Thee, Which Wert, and art, and evermore shalt be. Holy, holy, holy! though the darkness hide Thee, Though the eye of sinful man Thy glory may not seeg Only Thou are holy! there is n0ne beside Thee, Perfect in pow'r, in love, and purity. Holy, holy, holyg Lord God Almighty! All Thy works shall praise Thy name, in earth, and sky and sea. Holy, holy, holy: merciful and mighty, Godin three persons, blessed Trinity! Amen. MY FAITH LOOKS UP TO THEE My faith looks up to Thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary, Saviour divine! Now hear me while I pray, Take all my guilt away, O let me from this day Be wholly Thine! May Thy rich grace impart Strength to my fainting heart, My zeal inspire, As Thou hast died for me, O, may my love to Theo Pure, warm and changeless be, A living fire! While life's dark maze I tread, And gricfs around me spread, Be Thou my Guideg Bid darkness tum to day, Wipe sorrow'5 tears away, Nor let me ever stray From Thee aside. When ends liie's transient dream, When death's cold, sullen s Shall o'er me rollg Blest Saviour, then in love, Fear and dis- trust removeg O bear me safe above, A ransomed soul! tfeam CLASS DOLL Gladys Pearl Adkins Kennith L. Bias Norma Jean Bird Mottie Jerry Blake Donna Hope Bledsoe Ruth Ann Bledsoe Karen Lee Brown Anna Adkins Burger Freda Mae Burton Joyce Elizabeth Burton Mary Lucile Callaway Betty Emogene Cardwell Loretta Jean Casey Keaton Jack Edward Chaney Donald Earl Chapman Florence Marie Chapman Sylvia Marie Chapman Elvin Lee Clagg Mary Smith Clagg Billy Joe Clark Clodene Conner Clark Lois Ann Clark Donna Ilene Colegrove Patricia Arleene Collins William Henry Conrad Barbara Yvonne Cooper Burman Drew Cooper Gary Kenneth -Cooper Richard Ray Cooper Bennie C. Courts Donna Gail Cremeans Betty Maxwell Cummings William C. Dolin Max Woodroe Dunlap Janice Mae Dunn Donald G. Ensor Johnie A. Fitzwater Wilberta Oleta Flora Janet Lee Foster Robert H. Greathouse Hester Annette Hall jackie D. Hatfield Harvey W. Hawkins Delora Fay Hayes Henrietta Heck Lewis Peggy Louise Henderson Patricia Sue Hensley Diana Loretta Howell Janet Geraldine Jenkins Montie R. Jenkins Trudy Marilyn Jones David E. Jordan Raymond A. jordan William Dwight Kelley Marilyn Yvonne Kelly David A. Kinder Saundra Elaine Lane Phyllis Hope Legg Virginia W. Legg Dana David Lewis Jack M. Lewis Ralph Dale Mabe Beatrice Fay McCallister Donald McComas Donald Frederick McCroskey Mabel Ann Meadows Wayne Midkiff Nellie Marie Miller Janet Markin Mitchell Ralph Edward Mitchell Robert Lee Morris Carolyn Sue Murrell Sue Ann Murrell Patricia Ann Pauley Donna Lunsford Reeves Lewis C. Rice Helen Ruth 'Rimmer Mary Annis Roane Jerry Sampson Roberts Milford Rutherford Denzel Ray Scarberry Shirley Ann Scott Billie Gene Setliff H. Franklin Shaffer Kermit Charles Smith Roy Lou Stowers George Arnold Taylor Willard Vititoe Lillie Palmer Wallace Reva Jeannene Wallace ,Tanet Lee Wellman Alice Claire Wilson George Franklin Winters FACULTY Olin C. Nutter, Superintendent C. N. Fannin, Assistant Superintendent Arthur D. Bradford, Principal Sylvia Cox, Secretary Phyllis Adkins John Allen Catherine Astle Joe Avis Fred Ball Lewis Ball Helen Blake Martha Bragg Janice Chandler Floyd Davis ' Elizabeth Davidson Inez Dent Jack Dial Frank Eaton Juanita Frazier James Fugate Velma Gibson Betty Jane Hall Nell Harshbarger Roxie Henderson Jo Ann Herring Ann Justice Blanche Kline Hugh Land Eugenia McClung Mary Osborne Betty Peck Charlotte Sullivan Mildred Taylor H. E. Throckmorton Ruth Wayland BOADD Of EDUCATION Mrs. Douglas C. Tomkies, President Howard Thornburg, Dr. M. Homer Cummings, Frank Black, W. G. Jefferson We wish to expre s our appreciation to the New Virginian Theatre for the use of their building for the commencement activity. PROGRAM CLASSOFIQ57 Organ Prelude ,... ............... - ............ Mr S. Sandra Camp Processional March .... "America" ........ ----- Pomp and Circumstance ---------------------------- All Homer E. Alford Wanda Jean Arthur Peggy Louise Ball Keith E. Barrett Shirley W. Bias Invocation' .... ...... ...... ....... R e V . H. M. Little, PBSTDI' 1 Gloria' sue Bumps Second Avenue Church of God Darrell Lee Bledsoe Milton High School Glee Club Directed by Mrs. Camp "It's A Grand Night For Singing" - Rogers "D1dn't My Lord Deliver Daniel" - Arranged by Ehret 1 "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands" - An-anged Theme for Senior Addresses: by Merritt "The Four-Fold Virtues Of Successful Life" salutatory Address ................................. Patricia Wallace Girl Honorarlan's Address -- ..... Sue Billups Boy Honorarian's Address --- .... Charles Dailey Valedictory Address ...................................... Jane Burton senior Instrumental . . . "March Miniature" ................ Knighton Jane Winters. Patricia Vance, Shirley Kinder Parthena Suimhin, Patricia Wallace Jarrell Bledsoe Piney Arlene Bledsoe Linda. Bowyer Cynthia Ann Brown Violetta Burdette " Doris Jane Burton Donna June Cart George H. Cart Patricia Chapman Darrell Clagg David A. Clagg Evelyn Louise Clagg Phyllis Maxine Clay Yvonne Conrad Shelba Jean Conrad Shelia Lynn Cooper James Lee Cummings Arlene Leota, Dailey Dalvin R. Dailey Awards .... ........................ Mr . A. D. Bradford, Princpal 1 Charles E, Dailey Vocal Group . . . "Halls of Ivy" .................. Russell and Knight Paulette. Moses, Rhea Little, Cynthia Brown Mary Queen, Lola Weatherholt, Dixie Kelley Presentation of Class .................................... Mr. Bradford Acceptance ......, . ...... Mr. C. N. Fannin, Assistant Superintendent Roll Call ' ........................... Mr. Lewis G. Ball, Class Sponsor Awarding of Diplomas .... .......... . --- Mr. Bert Shimp, Member V Cabell County Board of Education Fred Raymond Dailey Mildred Ann Dean Jimmy L, Edmonds Wanda Lee Edmonds Gloria Gail Edmunds Owen S. Edwards Donald L. Elkins William Frederick Hager ' Alyce Jane Hollandsworth Dixie Lea Hutchinson Barbara Genene Jackson U U U 3 I Bobby Lee Jones Dixie Eileen Kelley Shirley Jean Kinder Robert Lee Legg William Lawrence Leg! James Edward Lewis John Wilburn Lewis Rhea Laverne Little James McDonie Phyllis Jean McHenry Dolores Geraldine McKnight James R. Mohr Joseph Barton Moore Donald Ray Morrison Mack Allen Morrison Shirley Morrison Jack Jarrell Morris Pauletta Gay Moses Raymond M. Nelson Arnold Persinger Mary Lou, Queen David Lee Rfoane Leoris Jean Roberts Everett Maxwell Roberts Garey Thomas Rowsey Don Sargent George Skidmore Mary Ruth Supurlock Joyce Ann Stewart Donna Lou Sunderland Parthena Sutnhin Jerry Dale Templeton Patricia Ann Vance Lois Mildred Wallace Patricia Lou Wallace Lola Mae Weatherholt Peggy Ann Weatherholt Joy Ileen Wetherholt . . " Christine Mae Jenkins William J. Wise Alma Mater of Milton High School ..........,...................... All . . Alphus Daniel Johnson fSta din 7 n g " Graduating with honors B dl ti "" ............. .... R . H. M. Littl me c on ev e sENloR Aovlsoas cLAss OFFICERS Recesslonal A. D. Bradford, Principal Garey Rowsey, President :Audience please remain standing until Invocation is given. Dbggrfgrgfgigger g11gx33n?u1k,fggeXg.2:agr esident Au ence be seated after the benedictlon. Lewis G, 33,11 Maxine Clay, 'Treasurer A. D. Bradford, Principal Sylvia Cox, Secretary Carroll D. Adkins Richard Adkins John Allen Joe Avis Fred Ball Lewis Ball Helen Blake Sandra Camp Floyd Davis Jack Dial Inez Dent Juanita Frazier Velma Gibson Betty Jane Hall Nell Harshbarger Roxie Henderson FACULTY James W. Fugate, Dean of Boys Ruth T. Wayland, Deans of Girls Jo Ann Herring Martha Huffman Ann Justice Blanche Kline Margaret McCarty Eugenia McC1ung John McCoy Mary Osborne Charlotte Sullivan Thelma Tackett Mildred Taylor H. E. Throckmorton Eleanor R. Williams Jean Williamson Betty Zalfas BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr. Howard Thornburg, President Dr, Homer Cummings, Member Mr. W. G. Jefferson, Member Mr. Bert Shimp, Member Mr. Raymond Hage, Member Mr. Olin C. Nutter, Secretary of Board and Superintendent of Schools Mr. Clifford Fannin, Assistant Superintendent We wish to express our appreciation to the New Virginian Theatre for the -use of their building for the commencement activities. MILTON HIGH SCHOOL FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES NEW VIRGINIAN THEATRE TUESDAY, MAY 28, I957 7:00 P. M. THE BACCALAUREATE SERVICE of MILTON HIGH SCHOOL SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1957 2:00 P. M. I NEW VIRGINIAN THEATRE Organ Prelude .................................... Mrs. Sandra, Camp lAudlence will please standy Processional Mm-ch ....,................. - ...... "God of Our Fathers" '-Holy, muy, 1-my" ..... ...... . . ....... ..------- A11 Invocation ..............,... ...... R ev. Robert Henson "I Believe In One God" ...................................... Gardner "A New World" ....................................... ......... S alvino Glee Club, Mrs. Sandra Camp, Directing and Accomrpanist Announcements .................. ....... Mr . A. D. Bradford, Principal Scripture Lesson ..................... Romans 13 Prayer Girls Quartet . . . "The Twenty-Third Psalm" ...... ..-.. -- Montgomery Lola Weatherholt, Paulette Moses Rhea. Little. Cynthia Brown Sermon . . . "As A Man Thlnketh" .... Rev. 0. Afton Linger, Pastor Milton Baptist Church "Faith of Our Fathers" ........ . ............. All Benediction .........................., ........... Re v. Robert Paxton Recessional ............ Q ................,.......,... .,--.. ,,,, ., Selected IAudience will please be seated during recessionall Holy, Holy, Holy Holy, holy, holy: Lord God Almighty ! Early ln the morning our songs shall rise to Theeg Holy, holy, holyg merciful and mighty, God in three persons, blessed Trinity l Holy, holy, holy: all the saints adore Thee, Casting down their golden crowns around the glassy sea: Cheribim and seraphlm falling down 'before Thee, Which Wert, and art, and evermore shalt be. Holy, holy, holy! though the darkness hide Thee, Though the eye of sinful man Thy glory may not see: Only Thou are holy ! there is none beside Thee, Perfect in pow'r, in love, and purity. Holy, holy, holy: Lord God Almighty ! All Thy works shall praise 'l'hy name, in earth, and sky and sea. Holy, holy, holyg merciful and mighty, God in three persons, blessed Trinity! Amen. My Faith Looks Up To Thee My faith looks up to Thee, 'Ilhou Lamb ot Calvary, Saviour divine ! Now hear me while I pray, Take all my guilt away, 0 let me from this day Be Wholly 'I'hlne ! May Thy rich grace impart Strength to my fainting heart, My zeal inspire, As Thou hast died for me, 0, may my love to Thee Pure, warm and changeless be, A living fire ! While life's dark maze I tread, And grlefs around me spread, Be Thou my Guldeg Bid darkness turn to day, Wipe sorrow's tears away, Nor let me ever stray From 'llhee aside. When ends llfe's transient dream, When death's cold, sullen stream Shall o'er me rollg Blest Saviour, then in love, Fear and dis- trust removeg 0 bear me safe above, A ransomed soul ! ,, ..' 5 . ,,H,,,,A -f?:..,.l W-...-If -.4.- 1-4sg.,,. 1 ' N' ,

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