Milton Union High School - Echo Yearbook (West Milton, OH)

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Tl-IE 1953 SENIOR CLASS QP MILTON-UNION L-HEI-I SCI-IGOL -1312ESENTS- G sfo io O me irrewvrd In order to typify the curricular and extra-curricular activities carried on by the students of Milton-Union High School, we have not followed a definite illustrated theme. Instead, we have tried to make our pictures tell the story of 1952 and 1953. lt has been our purpose to capture the unconventional as well as the conventional side of school life. It has been our intent to include every individual, activity, and school function. We hope that each and every student will feel that this is solely his annual. yxllcio U7 Vw ff -'A , Z4 170405 r 3 0 1004 4 Gy? U qc S i 174.7 5.6 'NW 'V Admiuisfrafivn 5 fi ' Za' 5 ,L 'fu iv' Q . 9 A 'S ,S . C'6 L -- - T, f, . 1 ' Q Ax 3. , . ' 5 3 9 Af H 5 sl -t if ' Y F 1 I - . ' Most Studlous NORMAN scHuL - Rose MARY HusToN Q 2 ls l l 545 x f f nn mf . I y xl X L ' l -0- E. BUBE PHYLLIS OBURN SUPe"'nle"denl of Schools Secrefary fo fhe Superinfendenf Anofher senior class emerges from fhe hallowed porfals of Milfon-Union High School. Whaf a challenging world you face! Whal a day fo be alive! To some, fhe prospecfs for fhe fufure may loolr darli. There have been olher darlr days in fhe early hisfory of our greai nafion. This hislory has been shorf bu? glorious. Wifh lailh in our hearfs we pray fhaf 'Ihe ligh+ of reason and frufh may blaze a path of brighfness 'lhrough fhe days fo come. There is a place for each and every one of you fo help malze fhis dream come frue. There is a faslx for each one who has purposed in his own hearf fo malre his life counf. V , g iwsagffxgli ' 3. is 1 I- , S "F l i C ' 1 of lf, .. A . 1. 1 ,,, xii ,N , Q k 'figs-gf i- i i5gf,isf,"frg4hfliiapi 1 ' if Hi? fun.: fy? ?i?i1?'?i1"4'?"'f' E e"'e"l"'Y . , , " .N iw? - Q si"-ivy,-3' ' .- ' ' ' my ai? Qi: 4 gms- g, ' '4"4J"4 1 AR lf is wilh a greal cleal of pleasure Ohaf l exfend greelings and besl wishe i ihrouigh THE ECHO fo all our pasf and presenf sfudenfs. l am sure rhis boolm will bring baclx priceless memories. To fhe gracluaiing class of ,I953, fha? has spenl' lhe pasf lwelve years parlicipaling in an educaiion program ihaf is aflempling io perpeluaie and' advance lhe ideals and benefifs of a democrafic way of life, you can be cerrain fhal you have somelhing fha? no one can ever falre from you. This annual will preserve lhe memories of ihose fwelve years for you, and in ihe fulure will be somelhing that you will refer fo many limes. You will derive a greaf deal of pleasure in sharing iis memories wiih your own children when ihey loo are parlicipaling in a similar program. MR. KARL FARNLACHER . . . collects stamps . . . acts as athletic direc- tor . . . received A.B. from Ot- terbein College and Syracuse Uni- versity . . . is a member of O.E.A. and N.E.A .,.. finishing third year as history and geography teacher. MRS. KATHLEEN GEETING , , . senior class adviser . . , nolds membership in OEA . . . graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with AB . . . completing fifth year at Milton-Union as Eng- lish and Spanish teacher . . . passes extra time by knit- ting. MR. JOHN WILLIAMS . . . fourth year as algebra, 'trigonometry, and science teacher . . . attended Wittenberg College and Miami University, holds BS in Education degree . . . enioys playing golf . . . belongs to NEA and OEA . . . serves as Director of Guidance. Ml MISS BETTY JANE RHOADES , . . BS, in Education from Mi- ami University . . . finishing fourth year as business and iournalisrn instructor . . . enioys ceramics and reading . , . participates in OEA, National, Ohio, and United Business Teachers' Associations, and CSPAA . , . advises school newspaper, and annual. 1 5 ,, MR. WILLLAM oiNN A . . ai. X I tended University of Dayton . . . holds B.S. in Education . . . teaches driving and boys' physical education, ending first year . head basketball coach . . . inter- ested in all sports. , 'ff' SS LUCILLE ANDERSON . completing third year as girls' physical education instmctor and health teacher . . . re' ceived BA at Muslcingurn College , . . sponsors GAA, Tri Hi'Y and cheerleaders belongs to OEA, both the Ohio and the National Associations for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation lilfes to knit and read r - MR. FRED L. BITTLE . . . first year at Milton-Union, teaches mathematics and science . . . has B.S. in Education from Bowling Green University, M.A. in Education from Miami University . . . likes sports of all kinds . . . passes extra time by refereeing basketball . , . seventh grade adviser . . . belongs to NEA and OEA. MISS MARGARET LAIR . . . likes to read . . . attended Miami Jacobs College, Ohio State University, and Colum- bia University . . . received B.S. and A.M. in Education . . , holds membership in COTA, NEA, and the Ohio Association of School Li- brarians . . . served eighteen years as school librarian. MR. WILLIAM STONE , . . holds BS in Education from Ohio University . . . completing second year as teacher of in- dustrial arts and mechanical drawing . . . advises freshman class and Hi-Y . . . participates in the activities of OEA and the Ohio Industrial Arts Teachers' Association , . . enioys building, painting, and taking pictures. M MR. WILLIAM RILEY . . . finishing first year as vocal music and English teacher . . . sponsors Boys' Glee Club, Girls' Glee Club, and Mixed Chorus . . . holds B.S, in Education from Miami University and Mus. B. from Indiana University . . . belongs to OEA and OMEA . . . hobby, electric train, MRS. EDITH NOBLE . . . col- lects poetry and pitchers . . . completing fifteenth year as English, Latin, and speech teacher . . attended West Virginia University and received B.A. and M.A. in Education . . . participates in the activities' of OEA and NEA. R. ROBERT D. BECKEY , , . instructor of mathematics, sci- ence, and Director of Audio-Visual Education . . . has B.A. in Education from Wittenberg College, Miami University, and Bucknell University . . . advises iunior class and Sci- ence Club . . , likes to refinish antiques when not busy with the Mathematical Association of America, OEA, and NEA . . . third year at Milton-Union. Z M MR. RUSSELL LUTZ . . . sponsor of Dramatics Club . . . gradu- ated from Manchester College with B.A,, and Miami Unis versity with M.A .... likes to attend athletic contests . . . teaches physics, chemistry, biology, and general science, completing second year . . . belongs to OEA and NEA. RS. BERENIECE KERR . . . completing eleventh year as mathematics and English ine structor . . . received A.B. from Ohio University and A.M. from Columbia Uni- versity . . . spends extra time reading when not busy with the activities of NEA and OEA . . . advises eighth grade and local chapter of Future Teachers of America. ffffj- MR. LAWRENCE FRAZER . . . holds A.B. from John Fletcher College . . . teaches instrumental music, sponsoring school band and orchestra . . . finishing eighth year at Milton- Union . . . participates in OEA, NEA, OMEA, and MGMEA. 'f 2 1' Y ,. H -W A f A I Q J as ff x , ', ' - ,Le ' f, 7 'I W V ,- gm Vg -r f , , l W 5 4 J4 k 2' '., f ' ,1 ,ur L' "L Cf ' ,, - -Q' Z5 'ffr ff' if-K ' 5:2 , A , , 4..1,,:ag4,? ,.f"ff 1 iN: K fl-Q Nl ,i?wfg,F' ' ' ',,- -- - 5 4 .4 Af ".-igi ffv -as 42 , 772 ?'4",ff?'9i?7'r" gtk -. .. , uf 5311 MR, A, E. GEETING . . . graduated from Miami University with B.A. in Education . . . likes to use ex- tra time working with flowers . . . advises sophomore class . . . ninth year at Milton-Union as geometry, algebra, and mathematics teacher .. .is a member of OEA and NEA. MR. RAY DILEY . , . teaches voca- tional agriculture . . . finishing twelfth year . . . guides interests of FFA and 4-H and spends extra time in their activities . . . holds B.S. from Ohio State University . . . is a member of OEA, COTA, NEA, ovA, and NVTA. xf ll O I' if! MISS THEODORA STOCKSDALE . . , sponsors FHA and Adult Home- makers Club. . .completing eighth year as home economics teacher . . . passes time by sewing, read- ing, and relaxing . . . belongs to OVA, AVA, AHEA, OHEA, OEA, NEA, and FHA . . . received B.A. in Vocational Home Economics from Manchester and Ball State Teachers Colleges. Hs ' tg , -Xi .f"' COME AND GET IT . . . It's a pleasure to enioy KEEP IT CLEAN . . . lt is the duty of the cus- the delicious lunches prepared and served by todians, Mr. and Mrs. Boris Klintz, to keep the these cafeteria cooks: Dora Pearson, Pauline school building spic and span so it will meet Waymire, Dorothy Ditmer, Ruth Tinnerman, the standards of cleanliness. They are assisted Errnal Flory, manager, Eulalia Dennis, Mae in this work by student custodians: Robert Netzley, Bessie Fine, Retta Harmon, Neva Applegate, Ed Ditmer, Marvin Brumbaugh, Wheelock, and Velma Shearer. Raymond Applegate, and Kent Furlong. Cfovperafiou Keeps Selma! Kuuning EARLY MORNING CALLERS . . . The bus drivers form an important part of school life. Carrying the students to and from school and providing transportation for the teams to and from athletic events they do their work tirelessly. They are Lee Hissong, foreman, Daniel Engle, Harold Neis, Fred Hall, H. Glenn Crabtree, Kenneth Furlong, Everett Null, Rolla Macy, Bill Strawser, Gerald Mote, Eugene Kirby. Not pictured: Howard Albaugh, Harvey Brown, Otto Elifritz, Cleve Klep- inger. .q.. t I g l wi- ft- ix, L HILTON Smiars 1 ' O Most Popular MYRON PUTERBAUGH ' SHIRLEY SPITLER 9, euivrs cp garward EXECUTIVES . . . Polly Pol- ing, secretary, Virginia Hemmerich, treasurer, Mrs. Kathleen Geeting, adviser, Shirley Spitler, president, Barbar. Min- nich, reporter, and Jan Thompson, vice presi- dent, were the officers the seniors elected to lead them through their final year at Milton- Union high school. "A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step," is the motto of the senior class. The colors are cadet blue and white, the flower, a red American beauty rose. From the first grade through their senior year Milton-Union students look for- ward to the senior trip. In order to finance this iourney it is necessary for the class members to engage in various money-making proiects, Collecting magazines and newspapers for drives, or selling salt water taffy, tickets for the senior class play or magazine subscriptions were iust a few of the enterprises sponsored by the class. The members also held a bake sale each month, maintained the coat check at home basketball games, served banquets, and produced a senior class play. The senior trip was taken during the Easter vacation. It proved to be a spec- tacular affair with the group in New York and Washington during the Easter season. In Washington a visit to Mount Vernon, Arlington Cemetery, and the Lincoln Memorial were only a few highlights of the six-day trip. Going to New York the class took a boat cruise around Manhattan Island, participated in the Easter parade, and went to the top of the Empire State building. Richard Sotzing, Ivan Kunkleman, Keith Altic, Bill Yates, Jerry Swigart, Phil Brumbaugh, Norman Van Zant, Ronald Macy, Jim Kinnison, Duane Weikert, Myron Puterbaugh, and Jan Thompson represented the class on the football team. Jan Thompson and Myron Puterbaugh were co-captains of the squad. Richard Sotzing, Jerry Swigart, Phil Brumbaugh, and Myron Puterbaugh were honored by being members of the Southwestern Buckeye All-league team. Richard Sotzing, Phil Brumbaugh, Ronald Macy, Jim Kinnison, and Myron Puterbaugh played on the varsity basketball team. Norman Van Zant was man- ager of the squad. On May 9 the seniors were entertained by the iuniors to a French-theme ban- quet and dance. Dr. Stewart W. McClelland of Indianapolis, Indiana, gave a very impressive speech at the candlelight commencement service. The senior class members' school days came to an abrupt finale with the alumni banquet and dance. JERRY MILLER "Jerry" Band I5 FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 45 Intramural volley- ball I, 25 Hall monitor 3. JANET Lou Woon "Jennie Lou" Annual staff 45 Chorus 45 Dramatics Club 25 FHA I, 2, 35 Intramural basketball I, soccer I, 2, 3, softball I, 2, and volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Library staff I5 Office work 2, 3, 45 FFA and FHA Play I5 Junior Class PIay5 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Pre-Legislative Assembly 4, Camp Kern 45 High School Minstrel 35 Cafeteria work I, 35 Hall monitor I. EUGENIE FAITH DENNIS "Janie" Annual staff 45 Chorus I, 4,5 GAA I, 2, 35 Intramural basketball I, 2, 3, softball I, 2, volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Interscholastic basketball 3, volleyball 2, 35 Library staff 25 Office work 3, 45 High School Play 35 Junior Council on World Affairs Trip 35 High School Minstrel 35 Cafe- teria work 45 Hall monitor I, 3, 4. ALAN RAY HATFIELD f'AIsn" FFA I, 2, 3, 45 Intramural basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4. LINDA LOUISE STUDEIAKER "Studie" Annual staff 45 Band I, 2, 35 FHA I, 2, 3, 45 GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Board I, Reporter 2, Secretary 3, President 45 Intramural basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, soccer and softball I, 2, 35 Interscholastic basketball I, 2, 3, 4, soccer I, volleyball I, 2, 35 Hall monitor 2, 3, 45 FFA and FHA Play 2, 35 Student Council 3, 4, Class repre- sentative I, Vice President 3, President 4. JAcx LEE HEISEY "Jack" Junior Class Play5 Senior Class PIay5 Intramural basket- ball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Hall monitor I, 2, 3. H. DALE FETTER "Dale" FFA 2, 3, 4, President 45 Intramural basketball I, 2, 3, 4, and volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Cross-country 45 Hall moni- tor I, 2, 3. MAIIILYN JEAN SIaEn "Marilyn" FHA 4, Cheer chairman 45 Library staff 35 Intramural basketball 2, soccer 3, softball 2, volleyball 3, 4. Ross MARY Huston "Rosie" Annual staff 4, Bulldog Bark Editor 4, Girls' State 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, FHA I, 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Hall monitor 4, Intramural basketball, soft- ball, and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, and soccer I, 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team, Operetta I, Office work 3, 4, Inter- scholastic basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, and soft, ball 2. WILLIAM Enwno YATES "Bill" Band I, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Intramural basket- ball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4. RALPH NsLsoN Gsanuir ,.Gep., Orchestra I, 2. NANCY Louise Siimcx "Shanck" FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Miami County Reporter 3, Historian 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4, Senior Scholarship Team, Office work 3, 4, Library staff 2, 3, Hall monitor 2. JACK M. SHUTTLEWORTH "Mac" Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Drum Maior 4, Annual Staff 4, Boys' State 3, FTA 3, 4, President 3, 4, IRC 2, 3, Miami Scholarship Tests I, 2, 3, Chorus 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Play, Student Council I, 3, High School Minstrel 2, 3, World Affairs Institute 3, All-region Orchestra 2, Intramural basketball I, 2, 3, 4, and volley- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Class President 3, School and District Winner, Prince of Peace Declarnation Contest 4, Hall monitor I, 2. LonsrrA ANN WARNER "Lorettie" Library staff I, 2, Office work 4. ENOLA JANE HsA'roN "Nolie" FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Hall monitor I, 2. HAROLD ELVIN ODA "Harold" Intramural basketball I, 2, 3, and volleyball I, 2, 3. NORMAN EVERETTE VAN ZANT "Bud" Band l, 2, 4, lntramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Vice President 3, Football l, 2, 4, Junior Class Play, High School Minstrel 3, Baseball manager 2, Basketball manager 3, 4, Library staff 2, 3, Home-coming Queen escort 4, Hall monitor 2, 3, 4. TWYLAH EILEEN BURNSIDE "Tweeler" Chorus 4, FHA l, Intramural basketball and volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, soccer and softball l, 2, Library staff I, Hall monitor 'l. VIRGINIA ANN HEMMERICH "Ginny" Annual staff 4, Buldog Bark staff 3, Editor, FHA 'l, 2, Senior Class Play, Student Director, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Class secretary 2, treasurer 4, Office work 2, 4, Library staff 2, Hall monitor 2, 3, Chorus l. KENNETH WAYNE SNn.'r "Kenny" Intramural basketball and volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Football manager 2. f R A. . -- f 4 f SANDRA LEE JONES "Sandy" Annual staff 4, Secretary, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Bark Staff 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball and volleyball l, 2, 3. 4, soccer and softball l, 2, 3, lnterscholastic basketball and volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, and soccer and softball l, Orchestra l, 2, 4, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Student Director, Class Reporter 2, Senior Scholarship Team, DAR Good Citizenship Team 4, Miami Scholar- ship Tests l, Buckeye Girls' State 3, Student Council 4, Office work l, Library staff l, High School Play 3, World Affairs Trip 2. KEITH D. ALTIC "Keith" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball l, Track l. DE VoN Jn Skippy" Band l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball and volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4. JEAN EVELYN BECK "Jeannie" FHA l, intramural basketball l, and volleyball 3, 4, Office work 4, Hall monitor l. CHARLOTTE DIANE BROWN "Diane" Annual staff 4, Chorus 4, GAA I, 2, 3,, Hall montior 3, Intramural soccer I, 2, 3, softball I, volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic basketball, soccer I, volleyball I, 2, Office work 3, 4, Senior Class Play, High School Minstrel 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4. MYRON RANDALL Pu1'EnsAueH "Pete" Student council I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer I, Secretary 2, Band I, 2, 3, Class President I, Interscholastic football, baseball, and basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Hall monitor 4. Pmur C. BRUMBAUGH "Phil" Class Vice President 3, lnterscholastic baseball, basket- ball, track and football I, 2, 3, 4, Office work 2, Hall monitor 2, 3. CHAELENE DAWN BROWN "Dawn" Annual staff 4, Chorus 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Intramural basketball and volleyball I, 2, soccer I, 2, 3, softball I, Interscholastic basketball, soccer I, volleyball I, 2: Office work 3, 4, Senior Class Play, High School Min- strel 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. GLENN HAROLD BRIDENBAUGH "Brad" FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Assistant treasurer 3, Treasurer 4, NANCY LEE I-llssoNe "Nan" FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Homemakers Degree I, Chapter Homemakers Degree 2, State Homemakers Degree 3, State Convention 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Secretary 3, Par- liamentarian 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Student Director 4, State Solo Contest 2, 3, Solo and Ensemble Contest I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 4, High School Minstrel 3, Chorus I, FHA State Camp 3, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball and volley- ball I, 2, 3, 4, soccer and softball I, 2, 3, lnterscholastic basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, softball I. NORMA JEAN PEARSON "Normie" FHA I, Hall monitor 2, 3, Library staff 2, 4, Office work 2, 4. CLARENCE LEoNAno HONEYMAN "Clarence" Football manager I, Hall monitor 2. ,Sag "' Riciuno EUGENE SOTZING "Dick" Band I, 2, 3, Intramural basketball I, 3, volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic basketball 2, 4, football 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, Hall monitor 2, OPAL lnENE HAnsHsAnoEn "Dopey" Annual staff 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, FHA I, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Intramural basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, soccer and softball I, 2, 3, lnterscholastic basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, softball I, Senior Scholarship Team, Miami Scholarship Tests I, 3, Hall monitor 2, 3, 4. JOAN LUCILLE BotKlN Hpuggyf, FHA I, Intramural basketball I, volleyball 2, Office work 2, 4, Hall monitor 2. VINCENT Russeu. Toon "Vince" Hall monitor I, Bleacher crew 4. '3-. JEAN ARDELLE WAWIRE "Jeannie" Annual staff 4, Intramural basketball 2, volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, soccer I, 2, 3, lnterscholastic volleyball 1, basket- ball 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, Tri-HiwY 3, 4, Secretary 3, Presi. dent 4, Pre-Legislative Assembly 4, Camp Kern 4, Camp Nelson-Dodd 4, Office work 3, 4, Student Council 4, DAR Good Citizenship Test 4, Hall monitor 3, 4, Cafe- teria work 3, 4. KENNETH ALLEN FETTERS "Kenny" Senior Class Play. IVAN ELDEAN KUNKLEMAN "Curtin" Intramural basketball 2, 3, volleyball 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Hall monitor 3. MAnLENE LOUISE BEEMAN "Re-ne' FHA I, CAA I, 2, Intramural basketball 2, 3, 4, soccer I, 2, softball 2, volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Library stalf l, 2, Hall monitor 3, Oflice work 2, 4. z Q. Bexnucs Hnsuunesn "Bea" Bulldog Bark staff 2, 3, Chorus 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, FHA I, 2, Reporter 2, GAA I, 'ntramural basketball, soccer, softball, and volleyball I, Inter- scholastic softball and volleyball I, Office work 4, High School Play, Student Director 3, FFA and FHA Play I, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Hall monitor I, 2. CHARLES Les RAson "Charles" FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Reporter 4. Janome ALLEN Swienr "Swag" Band l, Intramural basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Junior Clan Play, Hi-Y 3, Hall monitor 2. Gun ALLAN Tison Mud.. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Senior Class Play, Library staff 2, IRC 3. NORMAN Ku Boeue "Bogie" nual staff, lzditor 4, Bulldog Bark staff 2, 3, 4, orus l, Hall monitor 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4, Operetta l, Student Council l, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Intramural basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4 interscholastic football I, 2, Class Reporter 3. BAnsAnA ANN MINNICH "Barb" FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Bulldog Bark staff 4, Chorus I, 4, Intramural volley- ball 2, Library staff I, Office work 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play, Class Vice President I, President 2, Reporter 4. SHIRLEY ANNE PENNY "Shirley" Bulldog Bark staff 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, FHA I, 2, 3, Hall monitor 4, Library staff 3, 4. DONALD DUANE Wsixsirr "Buck" Football I, 2, 4, Track 1, 2, Intramural volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, basketball 2, 3. VoN LEVHN Jsrrnn ,,Von,, Intramural basketball and volleyball l, 2, 3. Samet Jomn Srmen "Shan" Annual staff 4, Band l, 2, Bulldog Bark staff 2, Dra- matics Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA l, 2, 3, Board 3, Intramural basketball, volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, softball, soccer l, 2,, lnterscholastic soccer, volleyball 1, Junior Class Play, Student Director, Senior Class Play, Student Council 3, 4, Reporter 2, Class Secretary 3, President 4, IRC 3, World Affairs Institute 3, Home-coming at- tendant 3, Home-coming Queen 4, Miami Scholarship Tests 3, Hall monitor 2, 3. PAULA MAME Poune "Polly" Bulldog Bark staff 2, 3, FHA 4, GAA l, 2, Reporter l, Intramural basketball 2, 4, volleyball l, 2, 4, soccer l, 2, lhterscholastic volleyball 2, Junior Class Play, Student Council 4, Class Reporter 2, Secretary 4. WILLIAM Eowuw Bnowu "Bill" Bulldog Bark staff l, 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Intra- mural basketball, volleyball 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria work l, 2. I-- Pecev JEAN FISHER ,,Peg,, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, FHA l, FTA 3, 4, Hall monitor 3, lntra mural Volleyball 4, Library staff 2, Office work 3, 4. Ls: Kinsman S "Krit" Band I, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Hall monitor 3 Intramural volleyball l, 2. Rosen E. Rsssusn "Bob" Annual staff 4, Band 1, FFA 1, 2, 3- Hall monitor 1. Mnvm Gene Wiesel "Marvie" lnterscholastic track l, 2, 3, football I, 2, 3, Inna. mural basketball l, 2, volleyball 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Hall monitor 4. Norman WILLAID SCHUI. "Norm" Band I, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 4, FTA 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Re- porter 4, Hall monitor 3, 4, Senior Class Play, High School Play 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Intramural basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic baseball 2, 3, 4. GRANDEL Eowno Easmnes "Granny" Intramural basketball and volleybal I, 2, 3, , Roruu: Euosus MAcr 2 'Digger Alf Annual staff 4, Band I, 2, 3, Football 3 4 Hi Y 4 Intra "" mural volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic baseball 3 4 basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Orchestra 2 Hall monitor I, 2, 4, Senior Scholarship Team Mnvm Bnuunr "Barnie Rou.m JAN Tnourson "Jan" Annual staff, Business manager 4, Band I, 2, 3, IRC 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3, Vice Presi- dent 4, Intramural basketball and volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Boys' State 3, Junior Class Play, High School Play 3, Student Council 4, Hall monitor 3, 4, Janes Rosen Kmmson "Jim" Intramural volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Interxcholastic basketball I, 2, 3, 4, baseball 2, 3, 4, Hall monitor 2, 3. SIGN IN, Brown, return Dawn game, office PLEASE . . . Norma Jean Hicks, Dawn MEET THAT DEADLINE . . . Norman Bogue and Dawn Brown type away furiously to meet the deadiine on the next Echo shipment. There seems to be someone else in the picture back- ground . . . a hand-on-the-hips supervisor! MOUSE WILL PLAY WHEN CAT'S AWAY , , , REAL CAZY KID . . . Virginia Hemmerich clowns Norman Bogue shows how he fl-.inks Mr, for the benefit of Diane Brown while Opal Osborne spends most of his time, Without a Harshbarger and Norma Jean Pearson do what doubt that was the day Mr. Osborne was in 'heV'fe supposed to . . . office work for Mr Cf stgcwnf Columbus for a conference! GAY NINETIES Duck O il verla Robert Ressler CAFFEINE CUTIE Jean Waymnre pours herself and Nelson Fogle make like a trlo of old timers a cup of hot coffee to k after belng made up by a form H eep awake whsle work er ollywood Ing late hours on the Echo make up artnst an assembly GONNA TYPE Rose Mary Huston slgns th lab e FOLDING MONEY rary pass sheet so she can spend an extra perlod typnng for the Bulldog Bark whlch she edits Janne Denms IS too oc cupled counting the take from a bus no h or t e camera but Duane Brown oblnges nicely 1 lx ,an J . I . . Y on ' ' ' our of ticket selling to smile f h '3 H 4 U1 . C t 1 ll Y -, T N! ,Ib as Y G ,Q Y xx 'X 5 . 'Y K ! , 34 'I ' ka, ,. 61115565 64 'S N . Wittiest OG G O HAPPY DAY?'?? . . . Nancy Wooley, Jack Cool, Athalene Goudy, and Gary Lucous seem to be eagef beavefs emeflng School fo' 'bel' imc' Kiiiiowi . . . Mr. William Riley issues workbooks year. on the second day of school to Norman Brown, Barbara Brown, Calvin Brumbaugh, and Myrna Detrlck. junirfr ?orlz114cs ABSENCE LIST READY? . . . Juline Schellhaas, Retta Swartz, and Joy Hainline wait for Mary Honeyman to finish the absence list so they may distribute it to the teachers, GAB SESSION . . . In the hall John Hicks, Jim Teske, Carol Gebhart, and Paul Varvel catch ' up on the latest news from Sue Saul. PEANUTS, POPCORN, CRACKERJACKS . . . One way to build the treasury for the expenses of the prom and senior trip is selling candy at noon. Here we find Marilyn Price making sales to Barbara Landis and Frank Dennis. WITH GROWLING STOMACHS . . . Food fron. the steam table is the want of Don Cummins, LEADERS OF TODAY . . . The lunior class mem- bers at their first class meeting elected officers, Peggy Koogler, secretary, Audrey Herz, vice presidentg Carl Falb, president, Fowler Agen- broad, treasurerg and Sally Shellhaas, reporter. Mr. Robert Beckey advises the class of 1954 on their proiects and activities. Rennie Keeeleff Ted Weeneff end Jennnie FUTURE CHEMISTS . . . Alice Luiz, Gayle Kessler, Barnes as they enter the cafeteria for lunch. Gary lddings, and Donnie Hall seem to tind chemistry experiments fun as well as educa- tional. ON DISPLAY . . . Carl Falb must be receiving some valuable advice from Dick Hemmerich, Tom Louthan, Don Roberts, Ned Honeyman, and Fred Louthan as they inspect his latest model car. Busy was the password of the iunior class this year. What with working at all the ball games and other attractions, quite a few iuniors were kept hopping. Those people selected to lead the group this year were Carl Falb, president, Audrey Herz, vice president, Peggy Koogler, secretary, Fowler Agenbroad, treasurer, and Sally Shellhaas, re- porter. CAREER DAY IN DAYTON . . . Everyone likes to talk about his ambitions. Jerry Elliott, Sherynne Green, Alan Stout, Jim Warner, and Shirley King appear happy as they are ready to leave for the all-day session on careers. AS MOTOR SALES IW LUSEST HILTON w OMC FUTURE FENDER SMASHERS? . . . Mr. William Ginn, Shirley Aldora, Shirley Byrkett, and Barbara Wright evidently find it safer out of he car as Jim Lea tries his hand at the wheel Silver and blue were selected as class colors and the white Carnation as the class flower. The supersalesmen decided to sell whatever looked good. Among these articles were car plates, plastic towels, decals, Christmas candy, basketball booster pins, and pencils. FAR AWAY PLACES . . . Mr. Robert Long points out to Barbara Miller, Don Ehlers, Arlene Heck Don Plank, and Richard Johnston that the Great Lakes were of vital importance in early American history. GLOW, LITTLE CLASS RING . . . Excitement was high the day the class rings arrived. Bertie Helman, Robert Markland, Missy Bainbridge, Duane Holbert, Carol Buehler, and Una Rae Sweeney admire their newly acquired jewelry. The performance of the Milton-Union athletic teams was improved with the use of iunior boys. Those playing football were Ronnie Koogler, Alan Stout, Gary Iddings, John Hicks, Don Cummins, Jim Teske, Norman Brown, Gary Lucous, Duane Holbert, Jack Cool, Fowler Agenbroad, and Melvin Purkeypile. THERE'S THE BELL . . . After gym class Lawrence Westfall, Melvin Purkeypile, Edward Stringer, and Joe Schweitzer are hurrying to get dressed for their next class. A STICH IN TIME SAVES NINE . . . Lois Earhart, Dorothy Miller, Barbara Weikert, and Treva Strawser receive some tips from student teacher Joyce Overholser on how to make a dress. In basketball, outstanding iuniors were: Ronnie Koogler, Don Hall, Jerry Elliott, Gary Iddings, Jack Cool, Ned Honeyman, Alan Stout, Don Plank, and Fred Louthan. The class of '54 also made money at the iunior candy booth, iunior class play, and sponsored the junior-senior prom. SURPRISED? . . . Comparing first semester report cards are Faye Null, Ed Ditmer, Janet Rudy, Nelson Fogle, and William Huber. Not pictured: Joan Layer. 'lf-Eg n A I v ' fa I. -ie,-",x5"'-'Eggs' 'U UGH, BUGS!! . . . Frank Wheelock, Jim Price, Roberta Feitshans, Inez Mote, and Barbara Roush look at specimens in the biology room. A ROSE AMONG THORNS'??? . . . Bernadine Lutz, Judy Thompson, Dick Overla, Sandy Sick- Ies, and Janet Gray leave the grade school building atter a visit to the "readin', writin, rithmetic'," habitant. GIRLS EXCHANGE . . . The sophomore home economics girls and industrial arts boys ex- change subjects in their studies tor six weeks each year. Elizabeth Bogan, Dolores Miller, Joan Hall, Martha Surber, and Viola Heitzman are watching Della Kendall operate the print- ing press. OVEN READY'??? . . . Ronald Lutz, Donald Min- nich, David Fulton, and Jerry Kinnison watch in amazement as Eugene Oda pulls the muffins from the oven during their home economics class. PLAYING HOOKY?? . . . Jerry Norris, James Wheelock, Larry Gray, and Jim Fenton are do- ing their good deed for the day, cleaning up the school lavvn. aphmorcs Begin BULLDOG BARK WORKERS . . . One of the iobs of the journalism class is to publish the school paper, the "Bulldog Bark." Pat Stockslager, Esther Maxwell, Lou Ann Wilson, Nancy Poock, Mary Jane Kettlehake, and Barbara Voke are starting on the next issue. WHEELS . . . The sophomore class elected Lynn Warner, treasurer, Judy Louthan, reporter, Nancy Oburn, vice president, Darlene Minnich, president, and Gordon Coppock, secretary, at their first meeting. Mr. A. E. Geeting is the sophomore adviser. WHAT'S "X"?'? . . . Student teacher, Janet Gray, instructs Nannette Pfeiffer, Mardie Carew, and Darlene Hatfield. Mrs. Bereniece Kerr is the adviser. FROZEN POSERS . . . The candid camera catches Eldon Hinkle, Lowell Oda, John Miller, and Duane Oaks striking carefree poses as Ted Frantz clicks the shutter. PASS DER GOULASH . . . Carole Plank, Sally Pol- ing, Linda Puterbaugh, Sally Passon, Nancy Poock, and Ruth Shearer, "lest a talkin' and a eatin'." l6'usy Parc NA HQUDAY AHEAD , , , Gordon Coppockl phyiiis AMERICAN DUTY . . . Voting at the Milton-Union Cook, Mardie Qarewl Janice Dearfhl and Larry mock election are Janet Brown, Grace Brena- Earhart head for parts unknown on Armistice man, Robert Bainbfidge, Bob l'liCl4S, BFUC9 Day, 3 School holiday. Bridges, and Jerold Brewer. The sophomore class started preparations for sophomores are thinking and already planning for graduation by choosing its colors as aqua and the future. Zxerihlhjcglisiielgokxeciol Ulg? have Crossed The Jim Price, Dick Overla, Ronnie Peele, John ' Huffalcer, Jerry Norris, Jim Vallieu, Eddie Hines, Since most class-sponsored activities are re- and Jerry Kinnison all represented the class on served for the iunior and senior classes, the the football team. Just WHAT THE TEAcHER ORDERED . . . Nancy "lT'S EASY TO SAW A BOARD" - . . Jim Vallieu, Harshbarger is Selling School Supplies To Ann Sonny Roetter, Tom Yates, Bob Spitler, and Warner, Jerry Joe Karr, pany Spiflerl and Bob Eddie Hines watch while John Carroll does the Schul from the Student Council Supply Booth. 'abor- J I BUSY FINGERS . . . Bonnie Mast, Nancy Oburn, Bonnie Shelly, Sonia Steiner, and Donna Norris are busy doing their typing, so it will be in on time. Ken Hemmerich, who transferred from Mon- roe, was center on the varsity basketball team. Jerry Norris, Jerry Kinnison, Sonny Roetter, Danny Hurley, John Huffaker, Ted Frantz, Ronnie Peele, and Dick Overla played on the reserve basketball team. TO SAW, TO DRILL, PERCHANCE TO NAIL . . . Ken Hemmerich, Ronnie Studebaker, Nick Wright, Marvin Swank, and Lynn Warner are industriously making nothing out of some- thing in farm shop. FASHION WISE . . . ln their free time Donna Whitmer, Marilyn Neff, Janice Wertz, Saramite Vikmanis, Bertha Null, and Glenna Warner look at current styles in the library. The sophomores served the refreshments at the iunior-senior prom. Not pictured: Janet Brown, Jack Ditmer, Rollin Eikenberry, Danny Hurley, Vernon Marcum, Roger Swigart, Nancy Gantz, Norman Stickel. LET ME TELL YOU . . . Bob Hicks is telling Connie Rhoades, Ronnie Peele, Nell Agenbroad, John Huffaker, and Jane Shanck about his Hi-Y acti- vities. -..al gel 'fy Q lxlicksoo l 7' '9a6OZ'4 7? STEP RIGHT UP . . . Elaine Wertz, Beverly Warner, Dee Ann Westfall, Franklin Mikel, Jim Pearson, and Peggy Hughes are buy- ing basketball tickets tor the big garne Friday night. NB' Yylsso :Pl 530 6 30 X05 aD 3CCom?E0qlRR 625 . - I 0 S We, 332211133-X66 sea E9 6 O30 ROY th 5 5 ONCE Pla? ealsoilacxwllg Wcshmeu Hgh! .they . ' Ba Use i !S,- 'bar bend 77 ,W-andpa rho lrfln Ober 177,03 f O 9 'he fl S"6wn and 695 I, Sgr S 016,76 I7 0,576 of Hofne lfon ffle r Sh 'Uni I-00 . OM! On "Us mek S lv. INDECISlON . . . Doug Penny, Norma Hicks, Doug Gibbs, Dick Clinetelter, and Bonnie Coate study the Roman people and their ways of life in the first-year Latin class. sd QV sis ALL A'S'?? . . . There is quite a lot of chatter as Robert Helmer, Robert Apple- gate, William Dresback, Marvin Brum- baugh, Marcia Heisey, and Harriet Hilde- brand see their report cards for the first time. Cmdifinmzl Grecncss DON, fo C kff r 'he dr! resfropy. DGUSS ef Jack' P06 ,haf Ra eff feffeshrlda!! 6 GMC 65-'I' Nd Us 661 D0 We wee 'Pafd me . n S '71 S SSS. Sl- sfo X wo sf- 6 . we aft 0 x0 neil U SYXQNN 6 YXOY Saxe, 212934 Om ed lo' 'ml oo ' was ALGEBRA ALLERGY . . . Mr. John Williams tries to teach Penrod Helmich, Karen Beeman, Barbara Sellers, Sue Fetter, and Peggy Saul the difference between X and X in a freshman algebra class. -4 Gieax Bob G N35 le . 'X '27 " owen ste' I ag! Styx .xogx 8 5 Qt x XNlAP:lPeT as fyx lead 9? a vw otall ofa baff S' Jfyh D SHUFFLE BORED?? . . . Donna Spitler, Joy Hurley, Patricia Smedley learn the fundamentals of shuffle board from Dorothy Surber and Col- leen McAtee. Freshmen members were the mainstay of the iunior high football team. Ralph Mishler, Jack Randall, Gary Myers, Paul Lutz, Carroll Burn- side, Dick Clinefelter, Dale Jeffery, William Dres- bach, David Whitman, Penrod Helmick, Robert Herkins, Gary Midlam, Dick Beck, Edwin Louther, BOSSES . . . The freshman class chose Eugene Hunt, and Patricia Shuff, reporters, Dee Frantz, president, Sandra Beetley, vice president, PLANS IN THE MAKIN' . . . Gary Midlam, Roberta Wooley, Carol Stout, and Paul Lutz are making plans for a class party in November. Gordon Hall, and Dee Frantz played on the squad. Frantz also saw varsity action. The big social event of the year was the class party held at Sandra Beetley's house, on October lO. Ping-pong, a scavenger hunt, and a weiner roast were the highlights of the party. Gordie Hall, treasurer, and Penrod Helmick, AND AWAY WE GQ . t . Gary Myers' Bobby secretary, Mr. William Stone is the advisor. Kress, Joe Keller, Dale Jeffery, Howard John- 4 3'Z son, and Jerry Long are about to set forth on a pleasant afternoon of bicycle riding. DON'T PUSH . . . Elaine Oburn, Jane Kress, Mary New, Carol Hoover, Donna Ferris, and Donna Davidson line up for lunch in the cafeteria. Paul Lutz was the only member on the re- serve basketball team. He also was a member of the freshman team, along with Ralph Mishler, Dee Frantz, Dave Whitman, Gordon Hall, Dick Clinefelter, Penrod Helmick, Bob Herkins, Gary Midlam, Ed Louther, Gary Myers, and Jim Thomp- son. EARLY BIRDS . . . With a busy day ahead Fred Moore, Edwin Louther, Nelson Post, Donald Hall, and Don Purkeypile arrive at school early. 1 Q, of 5 , T T ,fi , UM, UM, GOOD . . . After a long morning with a lot of hard lessons, food looks good to Naomi Newman, Hazel Crawford, Ruth Penny, Marilyn Seabrook, Shirley Brown, and Barbara Garber as they sit down to enicy their noon meal in the cafeteria. CHlT CHAT . . . Sharon Brown, Pat Smith, Dick Clinefelter, Bonnie Coate, Jim Thompson, and Doug Gibbs shoot the breeze during noon hour. THAT'S THE NEW ONE . . . Donna Sotzing shows Gene Fasick, Barbara Hiles, and Gale Honey- man the trophy we won in football this year. SWISH . . . One of the noon activities is basket- ball. Gloria Hall, David Whitman, Carroll Burn- side, Robert Herkins, Ralph Mishler, and Eugene Hunt are practicing to become future stars. DAY IS DONE . . . Faye Swartz leads the way as Joyce Macy, Bob Oren, Richard Beck, John Fisher, and Joann Beck board the bus to go home. PLANE FACTS . . . Bob Staufter and Eugene Oda are smoothing out a board on the planer in the industrial arts shop. MUD SLINGERS . . . Looks like a typical pose of the ceramics class. WE LIKE IKE . . . Students gather in the gym on January 20 to watch the inauguration cere- monies on the television sets loaned to the school by local merchants. WHAT'LL YOU HAVE? . . .Juniors line up in force to wait on customers in the halftime rush to the concession stand. REMBRANDTS . . . Beneath a background of a display of their artistic talent, the seventh grade art class studies ardently in hopes of one day becoming famous artists. ex 1 ZX . CLASS OFFICERS-Top row: Linda Vore, secretary, Mrs. Bereniece Kerr, adviser, Sandy Poling, president. Bot- tom row: Sue Gibbs, vice president, Dwaine Roush, co-reporter, Gloria Shaffer, co-reporter. Not pictured: Larry Koogler, treasurer. or-Q 5 ylzflz Grader lrfak ,Alzmd t0 ff gh Schoal year Top row: Raymond Applegate, Jerry Foster, Kent Furlong, Carlene Grissum, Janet Earhart, Pegge Green Darlene Hale, Norma Fetters, Jim Harshbarger, David Cress. Middle row: Lloyd Goudy, Joan Fullenkamp Betty Bennett, Larry Besecker, Larry Krug, Joe Haines, John Casey, Virginia Farrenkopf, Jerry Feitshans Virginia Miller. Bottom row: Edith Heaton, Carolyn Fiedler, Nellie Busby, Jerry Brown, Lee Dougherty James Crew, Verda Barnes, Carol Boornershine, Jackie Buehler, Sue Gibbs, Not pictured: Fred Detter, Eddie Aldora, James Clary, Nancy McQuown. f 1 r 1 E4 Q' 1 YM' ' '4 21 55" N 4 1 F l fa vw' I K sm: E3 :uc fig? a ' ff - Qjfzaf' ' W ' . , C PROOF OF PUDDING IN THE EATING . . . No, this is not an ad for a steam-shovel company, it's iust the cafeteria cooks enioying their own cooking. SWING YOUR PARTNER . . . Milton-Union's teach- ers prove they're human and have a good time doing it at the faculty party. ME NEXT, BOB . . . Students gather round Bob Richards, the Olympic polevault champion to get his autograph after his appearance in as- sembly. A LITTLE BEHIND . . . This unidentified junior has a hard time keeping all his customers satisfied during a typical mad rush to the concession stand at one of the football games. WHISTLERS AND THEIR MOTHER . . . Mrs. Mary Noyes teaches her seventh grade proteges a few pointers of the fine arts. Athletics ' Most Athletic 4 PHIL BRUMBAUGH NANCY HISSONG l , GARY IDDINGS JIM KINNISON Grddcrs Se! Pace The Milton Bulldogs under the coaching of Harvey Hole and assisted by Robert Long chalked up another successful season. Coach Hole lost all of his line from last year's ballclub, but only one of his backtield men. What the team lacked in size and experience, they made up in fight and determination. The Bulldogs were co-champions of the South- western Buckeye League with a record of four wins and one loss. They had an overall record of six wins and three losses for the regular 1952 season. This year's team had twelve seniors: Phil Brum- baugh, Keith Altic, Bill Yates, Jim Kinnison, Dick Sotzing, Myron Puterbaugh, Ronald Macy, Jerry Swigart, Jan Thompson, Duane Weikert, Norman Van Zant and.Ivan Kunkleman. RONNIE KOOGLER RONALD MACY 35 -33 u D 1 I co-captains MYRON PUTERBAJJGH JAN THOMPSON JERRY SWIGART JAN THOMPSON NORMAN VAN ZANT BILL YATE5 Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton Milton i952 FOOTBALL SEASON T2 Northridge 7 West Carrollton . 6 Butler 13 Wilmington ,l9 Tipp City , O Covington 12 Eaton 7 Madison ,. 6 Fairborn , Hulldags Zia CLEARING THE WAY. . .The opening game ofthe season with Northridge saw Phil Brumbaugh limber up his arm for two touchdown passes to lead Milton to a l2 to O win. TD BOUND . . . West Carrollton, the first league game, saw Milton win 7 to O, on Ronnie Koog- ler's 82-yard run with an intercepted pass. SWIVEL H1PS . . .The Bulldogs dropped their first loss of the season to the Butler Aviators, l3 to 6. OFF TO THE RACES. . .Playing a bigger and more experienced Wilmington ballclub, the Bulldogs rose to the occasion with Dick Overla's touch- down on a pass interception being the key play in their third win ofthe year, 13 to 6. 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F5 5 :qv 3 VARSlTY BASKETBALL-Standing: Jerry Elliott, Donnie Hall, Ned Honeyman, Jim Kinnison, Dick Sotzing, Myron Puterbaugh, co-captain, Phil Brumbaugh, co-captain, Ronald Macy, Ken Hemmerich, Gary lddings, Ronnie Koogler. Kneeling: Norman Stickel, manager, William Ginn, coach, Norman Van Zant, manager. Not shown: Jack Cool. Kulldvgs Hzpfure ,Another Hhumpimship Under the helm of Coach William Ginn, the Bulldogs won nine and lost six in fifteen games during the season. Losing their first league game with Madison, the Bulldogs fought back and de- feated West Carrollton, Eaton, Tipp City, and Vandalia-Butler to win a share in the Southwestern Buckeye League championship. Coach Ginn had four lettermen, Phil Brumbaugh, Ronald Macy, Jim Kinnison, and Myron Puterbaugh returning from last year's squad. Myron Puterbaugh and Phil Brumbaugh were elected co-captains of the team. This year Phil Brumbaugh topped the school's record of twenty-eight points by sinking thirty-one points in the Tipp City game. RI . Y J LI I I U - ' 3 ' . 4, Y S X Q ' Ax 3 l I' " fy9"",, . rv ""?"! it J RESERVE SQUAD-'Dick Overla, Sonny Roetter, Jerry Norris, Danny Hurley, Fred Louthan, Jerry Kinnison Don Plank, Alan Stout. Ted Frantz, John Huffaker, Coach Bill Ginn, N01 shown: Ronnie Peele, Pau! Lutz and David Whitman. Kullpups Zim' Wil! Hama The reserve basketball squad won five of its thirteen ball games during the 1952-53 season. Captain Dick Overla led the reserves with some fine shooting and defense play. A RIGHT TO THE JAW? No. . .Paul Lutz lays one in despite the Polar Bear's attempt to block his shot. HEADS UP . . . Ronnie Peele, Alan Stout, and John Huffaker wait to see if that ball falls through the hoop for those precious two points, -, VI . dl -'lfg JERRY muon RoNNIe Kooeis 1952-53 VARSITY We They 50 45 46 66 49 43 51 55 47 54 51 32 34 29 65 69 59 " 61 57 " 30 65 1' 46 61 ' 57 54 " 49 63 46 57 64 " Southwestern Buckeye L R JIM KINNISON NED HONEYMAN BASKETBALL SCCRES RESERVE We They Piqua Central 43 2l Roosevelt 32 48 Trgy 27 17 Dunbar 34 43 Sidney 30 29 Greenville 17 37 Covington 38 30 Newton TQ 33 Trotwood-Madison 30 58 Eaton 46 39 West Carrollton 46 A2 Tipp City 37 43 Butler 32 A3 Northridge Miarnisburg eague GETTING THE JUMP . . . Phil Brumbaugh at- tempts to tip the ball to Ken Hemmerich. Myron Puterbaugh and Donnie Hall are alert so the Trotwood Rams will not get a quick score. DICK SOTZING GARY IDDINGS Kulldogs gilfld ,5,l15L'bdff Smsan Sucfessful The l952 baseball team, coached by Mr. Robert Long, had a very successful season by winning six games and losing two. The boys won three games in the district tournament before bowing to Fairview in the finals. The Bulldogs were also co-champions of the Southwestern Buckeye League, sharing the crown with West Carrollton. Three members of the 1952 squad graduated, Charles Fox, Bill Fox, and Jim Schumacher. Coach Long will select the 1953 team from the boys pictured be- low. BASEBALL SQUAD-Top row: Robert Long, coach, Jerry Elliott, Don Roberts, Kenneth Shilt, Bill Yates, Ronnie Koogler, Jerry Norris, Dick Overla. Bottom row: Dale Fetters, Norman Schul, Jim Kinnison, Phil Brumbaugh, Ronald Macy, Myron Puterbaugh, Dick Sotzink, Gary lddings. T952 BASEBALL SCORES We They Bradford . 9 0 Pleasant Hill 2 0 " West Carrollton I 8 Piqua A 6 Trotwood-Madison T6 2 x Middletown 5 3 x Miamisburg 5 2 x Fairview l 6 ' Butler 8 2 " Eaton 5 4 ' Tipp City .. 5 O ' Southwestern Buckeye League Games x District Tournament Games -Q X r CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD-Top rowg Frank Dennis, Ted Frantz, Norman Stickel, Bottom row: Jifn Lea, Dale Fetter. Not showng Bob Schul, Millzfu Spindlcgs Break U16 Zfapc' The cross country team, in its second year of existence at Milton-Union, ran in two meets during the i952 season. The team, coached by Mr. Karl Farnlacher, turned out two outstanding players, Bob Schul and Frank Dennis. These two men placed in the district meet. The i952 track team won the Southwestern Buckeye League championship at West Carrollton. Bill Fox, a quarter-miler, and the quarter-mile relay team went to the district meet at Springfield where each one placed. The 1953 track team will be selected by Coach Ginn from the boys in the piC- ture below. TRACK TEAM-Top row: William Ginn, coach, John Huffaker, Ronnie Peele, Ronnie Koogler, Phil Brum. baugh, Dick Sotzing, Bill Yates. Third row: Jim Vallieu, Allan Stout, Frank Dennis, Carol Burnside, Ralph Mishler, Paul Lutz, Bob Herkins. Second row: Jim Price, Norman Brown, De Von Jay, Gary lddings, William Dresbach, Eddie Hines, Jack Randall. Bottom row: Jerry Elliott, Jim Lea, Donnie Hall, Danny Hurley, Dick Overla, Bob Goudy, Eugene Hunt. junior Guilders Zriumplz Cuficc The Junior High football team, coached by Mr. William Ginn, won two games and lost three during the season. All these games were played in the Southwestern Buckeye League. Being shut-out in their first two games they came back with two successful victories, then they lost the final game of the season. Top row: Marvin Brumbaugh, Gary Minnich, Terry Peele, William Dresbach, Bob Goudy, Jim Clary, Jim Crew, Coach William Ginn. Second row: Manager Garry Koogler, Gary Saul, Dwaine Roush, Bobby Oren, Jerry Foster, Jan Hissong, Jim Newman, Lloyd Goudy, Paul Lutz, Gary Midlam, Dick Clinefelter, Eddie Roush, Manager Larry Koogler. Third row: Stuart Koogler, Sam Helmick, Corcaptain Dee Frantz, Edwin Louther, Joel Walker, Sandy Poling, Lee Doughtery, Carol Burnside, Jim Thompson, Larry Pinkerton, Billy Passon, Bottom row: David Whitman, Gordon Hall, Ralph Mishler, Jack Randall, Co-captain Bob Herkins, Gary Myers, Dale Jeffrey, Dick Beck, Penrod Helmick. West Milton O Madison JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE West Milton O Butler West Milton O West Carrollton West Milton T9 Tipp City West Milton i9 Eaton FROSH HOOPSTERS-Top row: Pen- rod Helvnick, Robert Herkins, Edwin Louther, Gary Meyers, Jimmy Thompson, Gary Midland, Harvey Hole, coach. Bottom row: Lee Dougherty, manager, Dick Cline- felter, Ralph Mishler, Paul Lutz, David Whitman, Dee Frantz, Lloyd Goudy, manager. l ,fuuiar High haw Promise The freshman basketball team, coached by Harvey Hole was moderately success- ful this year, winning seven and losing five. Paul Lutz and Dee Frantz led their team in battle. Coach Robert Long's seventh and eighth grade charges won nine of their twelve games by being blessed with exceptional height and talent. David Shellhaas, a six-foot tall eighth grader led his team to many victories. EIGHTH SUCCESSFUL-Top row: Robert Strohl, James Strohl, Larry Pinkerton, Sandy Poling, David Shellhaas, Donald Spitler, Terry Peele, Jim Clary, Gary Minnich, Robert Long, coach. Middle row: Stewart Miller, Jan Hunt, Vernon Smedley, James Newman, Joel Walker, Tom Penny, Sam Helmick, Robert Miller. Bottom row: Garry Koogler, Robert Kimmel, Billy Cline, Gary Saul, Jerry Foster, Gerald Roush, Larry Koogler. X J Aimee! UP AND OVER . . . Senior North Library annexed the championship of the intramural volley- ball tournament. Here the Seniors beat the Sophomores in the finals, two games of three. Intramurals Kiran aan Intramurals give boys who don't make the school varsity teams a chance to participate in sports with some fine basketball and volleyball games as the end result. This year was no exception as the Senior Library North domineered the volleyball scene throughout the season and also vied with Junior 3Ol for top basketball honors. GET THE TIP . . . The intramural tournament, com- A "FOUL" STORY . . . Every point helps and Dale posed of ten well-balanced teams, determined Fetters tries his best to make good on his foul the basketball champs of the school, Senior attempt while members ot the rival senior Library North and Junior 3Ol were the top- teams watch intently. seeded teams. wif, . . , ,f fum V ,z - .w"ef,f,, I t Q U tai 2 f , J 1 uf xH. . 354 ,. 94, xf,fi.'?' f fgyfa' , 'ffl ,'fa .k,i'255f-gf"' zs If wifi 1 3 x , I . , L 24 -1 X . . fu j K as H T gl 15 J 3 1 I5 I 0 1 9 , Y Q., ' 1 Q' if I 'I ,A IQ, I IV HQ Q - - 5 .1 '- if If ,FW f ff I QII Ht N? . Y- F X if ESI f g A, ' , A A W L-QT , ff .Q ...,f , . Gi" -ff s.. 'at X- f x Wg 32 HQ? -' g f '1' ' ff, 31:5-ff ff if .. " nz 3515.4 " if ' ,: gg , wk eva Rf F5 f z ' W . 1 V Y 1 lfaikgk ..,, ff , L, - 'Mis'-1 E153 26 , iw ' f V.. M1 miwn.. RESERVE VOLLEYBALLERS . . . What the reserve team lacked in scoring was made up by their wonderful team spirit and enthusiasm. With this year's ex- perience, the girls are looking forward to some good scores next year. Nell Agenbroad, Janet Gray, Connie Rhoades, Nancy Oburn, Carole Plank, Nancy Harshbarger, Sonia Steiner, Judy Louthan, Darlene Minnich, Sandy Sickels, Donna Norris, Bernadine Lutz. l Girls ,Meet Other VARSITY VOLLEYBALL SCORES RESERVE VOLLEYBALL SCORES We They Sidney We They Troy 3l 39 Greenville l4 54 lb 55 Newton 14 52 29 25 Piqua 23 30 37 ls Tipp City 25 30 49 17 45 Q5 20 20 26 25 VARSITY NETTERS . . . The 20-20 tie with Tipp City ended a fairly good season in which the girls won three and lost two. Although unlucky at Troy, the team is determined to make amends next year. Roberta Helman, Peggy Koogler, Myrna Detrick, Sue Saul, Opal Harshbarger, Nancy Hissong, Audrey Herz, Sandy Jones, Rose Mary Huston, Shirley King, Sherynne Green. ATHLETES EXCEL-Top row: Roberta Helrnan, Peggy Koogler, Donna Norris, Nell Agenbroad, Janet Gray, Nannette Pfeiffer, Bernadine Lutz, Linda Studebaker. Middle row: Nancy Harshbarger, Connie Rhoades, Sandy Jones, Sandy Sickles, Myrna Detrick, Rose Mary Huston, Opal Harshbarger, Nancy Hissong, Bottom row: Sonia Steiner, Judy Louthan, Carole Plank, Jane Price, Sherynne Green, Audrey Herz, Shirley King, chools .7r1 Zompeiitian STRIKE-YOU'RE OUT! . . . The girls played only one softball game last spring, which was with Troy. The Girls' interscholastic basketball ranks as a major sport. The teams did not come out with top scores, but they showed good sportsmanship all the way. The most exciting game was with Sidney. This game required two overtimes, with Sidney taking the lead by two points. The varsity team came out with one win to three loses, the reserves won two and lost two. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Troy RESERVE BASKETBALL SCORES We They DPP CMV We They Sidney 15 24 Greenville 23 T4 12 16 26 7 22 24 20 22 18 8 9 TO game ended with Troy leading lO-4. , Top row: Sonia Steiner, Judy Louthan, Nell Agenbroad, Sue Saul. I Bottom row: Sally Passon, Barbara Voke, Carole Plank, Jane Price, Joan Layer. LM' 4 x 'v 'ft ,' A' K .. .:.,,f.- ,Q o... , V, It 5,m,.b Q, . , 1,.'5,"f. ,. -. . -.. 4 , , 4'...,,, ,W rt ,W . '- ,Ja 1' - .42 In ',,...-vgnggx-. ,pf -.' fvs .D :TW-X., 'VV- u.A,., .,'v.5 4' fy ' Ewwvy, T P 5, N wi-uw-M. 3 1. ---V - - ilnvqnsngv-13-sw. ,, av' 2 'fa .1 as is h""+ If KJ X an F3 5 , W ,. dm, I, fk'L"w-W, N . l V' 5 W , f . -4 -- 1. ,, W , Q lf :xg Z. ,V ' is 1, Y .' I ""4 xx 'fj ak My Y 1 Z, ,A,1 Z , . ,ywv - ifwxfgw, i 75, xv' I f ,f I at VV An .- ' 25 6-mag? ,f ' if ' . 'ef . , 8 1'vf?g:,.lf1'v sw" 0- xf, Y V K 3- 40' Qs, Q Activities 11 i,T+,f-L' X EY Most Active JACK SHUTTLEWORTH SANDY JONES Typing furiously, and creating a general bedlam in the journalism department, this year's Echo staff managed to meet the deadline with their 1953 year- book. Picture taking, copy-writing, and layout design all took place before the Echo could be published. After much careful thought, the staff selected a picture of the school to be placed on a Duotone cover. Four hundred yearbooks were put into circulation by the hard-working 1953 Echo staff. The Echo of 1952 was awarded a B plus rating by the National School Yearbook Association. and a second place by the Columbia Scholastic Press As- sociation. 'ss ,,,y-N BIG THREE-Jan Thompson, business manager, Sandy Jones, secretary, and Norman Bogue, editor, formed the triumvirate that, along with adviser Miss Betty Jane Rhoades, led the 1953 Echo staff in the editing of the yearbook. Mcmorics Kecordcd 1714 cha if MINDS MEET-Top row: Rose Mary Huston, typist, Opal Harshbarger, typist, Jack Shuttleworth, activities, Jan Thompson, business manager, Dawn Brown, layout, Robert Ressler, photographer, Janet Wood, copy, Shirley Spitler, classes, Sandy Jones, secretary, Norman Bogue, editor, Carl Falb, assistant editor, Bottom row: Janie Dennis, art, Diane Brown, layout, Ronnie Macy, boys' sports, Jean Waymire, activities, Miss Betty Jane Rhoades, adviser, Linda Studebaker, girls' sports. Not pictured, Virginia Hemmerich, classes. The Bulldog Bark staff is composed of members of the iournalism class who publish a bi-weekly school paper for the enioyment and education of the students and teachers of Milton-Union. For the first time in its history the iournalism class published a high school directory, listing names and addresses of all high school students and personnel. The staff also sponsored a minstrel, the proceeds helped to purchase an electric mimeograph machine. The entire staff attended the Miami Valley High School Journalism association clinic held at Lemon- Monroe high school. .fv- Copies of the l95l-1952 Bulldog Bark received a second place in the National Scholastic Press association contest, and a third place in the Quill and Scroll con- leST. HEADS CONFER-Rose Mary Huston and Peggy Koogler check the latest issue. eufs is Chair 16' usiuess Ewigd. .1 JOVIAL JOURNALISTS-Top row: Miss Betty Jane Rhoades, adviser, Gary Tisor, club news, Norman Bogue, sports. Bottom row: Connie Rhoades, office news, Lou Ann Wilson, assemblies, Barbara Voke, ad. Vefflsiflg 0diY0f: R086 Mary Huston, editor, Peggy Koogler, assistant editor, Nancy Poock, class and faculty news, Bertie Helman, senior spotlight, Pat Stockslager, departmental news, Mary Jane Kettlehake, specialties, Mary Honeyman, departmental news, Ruth Shearer, elementary news: Esther Maxwell, depart- mental news. Q Sfarmiug I Chair Sfufur Exhibiting at the Ohio State and Miami County Fairs, conducting the annual FFA-FHA Fall Fair, participating in the county parliamentary pro- cedure contest, sponsoring the annual FFA-Parent rabbit supper, and attending the officers training school were some of the highlights of the Future Farmers of America this year. Members of the FFA also entered the District Public Speaking contest and celebrated the 25th anniversary of the national FFA organization. pn vs 3 ' s CONDUCT MEETlNGSFTop row: Lee Kreider, reporter, Calvin Brurnbaugh, student adviser, John Barnes, sentinel, Ronnie Studebaker, assistant vice president, Bottom row: Ed Ditmer, vice president, Dale Fetter, president, Mr. Ray E, Diley, ad- viser, Jirn Warner, secretary, Glenn Brldenbaugh, treasurer, POULTRY TEAM WINS-The poultry team vvon the Ohio Poultry Judging contest this year. In the National Poultry Judging Contest the team received the silver trophy, Lynn Warner, Ed Ditmer, and Jim Warner, shown with the trophies won at the contest in Kansas City. 9.4 . tx D .L .'. 1 6 l FUTURE FARMERS-Top row: Robert Helrner, Nick Wright, Marvin Swank, Jim Pearson, Gordon Coppock, Alan Hattted, Jerry Miller, Charles Rasor, Tom Yates, Donald Hall, Rolin Eikenberry Paul Lutz, Jerry Jackson, Frank Bwwer, L,nn Warner, Robert Strafvser Bottom row Calvin Brurrbaugh, Lee Kre der, Ed Ditmer, Dale Fetter, Mr Ray E. Diiey, Jirn Warner, Glenn Bridenbaugh, John Barnes, Ronnie Studebaker. Not pictured- Ken Hemrnerich, Nelson Fogle, Larry Earnart, COLORS Red and White FLOWER Red Rose WEMAKER5 11f0W16'W1f1kfP1H is Chair goal af? x NEW Bog sfo ' 0,01 Q, 5 sf K p 'rr at Ebl 5 6 ' so 44 o 4 'L 0 F -Roberta Wooley, Dolores Miller, Della Kendall, Donna Whitmer, Joy Hainline, Arlene Heck, Barbara Garber, Polly Poling, Carol Gebhart, Colleen McAtee, Alice Lutz, Linda Studebaker, Nancy Oburn, Bonnie Coate, Ruth Penny, Barbara Voke, Lou Ann Wilson. Patty Spitler, Judy Dickey H-Donna Ferris, Athalene Goudy, Marilyn Seabrook, Sandra Beetley, Diane Horner, Donna Spitler, Dee Ann Westfall, Sandra Wolfe. Harriet Hildebrand, Nancy Pearson. Faye Swartz, Joann Beck. Shirley Brown, Peggy Hughes, Beverly Warner, Patty Shutf, Doro' thy Surber, Barbara Oaks Rebecca Kirby, Gloria Riffell A-Darlene Minnich, Lois Earhart, Nancy Hissorig, Marilyn Sibert Treva Strawser, Joan Layer, Juline Schellhaas, Janet Rudy, Enola Heaton, Barbara Landis, Nancy Shanck, Viola Heitzman, Dorothy Miller, Bernadine Lutz The Future Homemakers of America, a very vigorous organization, has performed many serv- ices. The members co-sponsored the Fall Fair, presented a radio program, bought draperies for the home economics room, and sponsored a Daddy Date night. The county skating party, the county dance, and the state convention helped complete their activities. Every year a girl who has not taken home economics or is not a member of the FHA is chosen as an honorary member. This year Polly Poling was chosen for this honor. The adviser of this organ- ization is Miss Theodore Stocksdale. She has en- deavored to teach the girls that participation in school, club, and community ac- tivities is a valuable ex- perience in the home life. Director Lawrence Frazer and Drum Maior Jack Shuttleworth led the Milton- Union sixty-piece marching band to a fine season of halftime football entertain- ment. Some of the outstanding shows were: School Days, Story of the Alumni, Pre- cision Drills Show, and a combined show with Vandalia-Butler high school band. After the football season the band spent the first week adiusting to the concert music. Then a few days were spent in tryouts to find the correct seating arrange- ment for the members. In all the hustle and worry a student director was elected by the members of the band. Nancy Hissong was elected to this position. The concert band has set up an exchange program by which they go to neigh- boring schools and give assemblies. This year they went to Newton. The concert band gave a concert March l7. They participated in the Miami Valley Band Festival on May 8 at Randolph High School, Englewood, which turned out to be a very colorful event because there were twelve bands that participated in the program. Che Drum Ga Kang, Lfymbals CONCERT BAND-Top row: Carolyn Fielder, Sue Poock, Joy Puterbaugh, Harriet Hilderbrand, Gene Hunt, Doug Gibbs, De Von Jay, Jim Lea, Donald Spitler, Jimmie Harshbarger, Janet Gray, Connie Rhoades, Sandy Sickles, Penrod Helmick, Jim Crew, Diane Horner, Georgine Price, Barbara Thompson, Norman Van Zant, Patsy Smedley, Bob Oren, Jeannie Furlong, Doug Penny, Gary Tisor, Joe Haines, Johnny Fisher. Middle row: Barbara Bennett, Roberta Wooley, Gene Fasick, Beverly Foster, Donna Sotzing, Nancy Hissong, Gary Meyers, Nancy Wooley, Tom Penny, Stewart Miller, Carolyn Hall, Robert Strohl, Kent Brown, Judy Yount, Jim Wheelock, Louise Paulus, Carl Teske, Donald Shafer, Vernon Smedley, Sylvia Overholser, Mary Crew, Rose Mary Huston. Bottom row: Opal Harshbarger, Ralph Mishler, Nancy Oburn, Paul Lutz, Alice Lutz, Judy Thompson, Sandy Jones, David Hinders, Jerry Minnich, Donald Purkeypile, Jack Shuttleworth. e,. A lf! 4, Q 'fn' v M. 43' Qi' Q' ffl Z" 5 'Mi if V , wx J' J 5 f., , A W ji Lg? ' W J af r ,C 1 3 fi ,..,,-. if V ' ' W v W '. Lfbikifi fj , 1, I i ,,,4V, ff 'i I s v' ' ' K N fini? ' ' . ' 1 ' "N" ,. Af I Q U 1 X D , H Q Q ." .3 ' af ' lv,ay.n, t L, , nl ,'-5--'L L gil. 3 , hfsxz 5- 4 yi ' S ' AIK5 W I5 , . L Q iz' P? Q 5 I if ., FIDDLE FADDLE-Top row: Beverly Warner, John Huftaker, Norma Fetters, David Shell- haas, Wayne Stallman. Middle row: Lila Warner, Terry Holland, Gary Myers, Sally Shellhaas, Gayle Kessler, Sue Gibbs. Bottom row: Mr. Lawrence Frazer, director, Joy Hainline. Orchestra is Growing The Milton-Union Orchestra, which is still comparatively in its infancy, is be- coming quite active. During the year the orchestra played at several assemblies, at the Miami County Ohio Sesquicentennial at Troy, and at a spring program. The orchestra is made up of two parts, the string orchestra and the full orchestra. The string orchestra, as its name implies, is made up of stringed in- struments, the full orchestra is composed of the stringed instruments and select brass and woodwind players from the band. MUSIC MAESTRO-Top row: Mr. Lawrence Frazer, director, Joy Hainline, Jim Lea, Eugene Hunt, Bob Oren, Don Purkeypile, Jack Shuttleworth, Johnny Fisher, Don Plank, Penrod Helmick, Wayne Stallman, Middle row: Beverly Warner, Norma Fetterx, David Shellhaas, Jim Pearson, Judy Thompson, Sandy Jones, Ralph Mishler, Paul Lutz, Alice Fae Lutz, Donald Shaffer, Stewart Miller, Tom Penny, Nancy Wooley, Vernon Smedley, Rose Mary Huston. Bottom row: Lila Warner, Gary Myers, Terry Holland, Sally Shell- haas, Gayle Kessler, Sue Gibbs. Not pictured: John Huffaker. 'Z' V I iuuzor Hand J-lclp Co Prrfparv or Zhi? The Junior Band is a training organization for the Senior Band. The organization played a concert for the Band Parents Association this spring. During the past two years, they have entered the junior high contests held in February. There are several members of this organization who were entered in the contest as soloists. 2--if W if 'Q Top row: Eddie Weber, Loreeta Hughes, Mac Fenton, David Schul, Ronald Morris, Donald Thompson, Sandra Beard, Jim Newman, Rollie Brewer, Nevin Hess, Teddy Pearson, Ronnie Albert, Mark Hainline. Middle row: Judy Werts, Yola Von Netzley, Patt Nyeft, Carol Diers, Judy Baker, Dayrnon Saunders, Ned Shuttleworth, Rex Pierce, Paul Shellhass, Donald Brewer, Darrell Saunders. Bottom row: Sunny Rae Knife, Rosalie Mote, Juliene Hunt, Judy Hildebrand, Monte McDowell, Dick Wheelock, Wayne Spitler, John Mishler. Director: Mr. Lawrence Frazer. Not pictured: Hans Markland. H G1 School assemblies were highlighted with selections by the mixed chorus during the school year. The combined choruses sang Fred Waring's arrangement of "Twas the Night before Christmas" at the school operetta, "Red CandIes." The chorus gave a performance at the formal concert in March to round out their year's ac- tivities. The girls' chorus presented a musical program at the style show in Troy. The chorus also performed at the school operetta, assemblies, and other activities. The boys' chorus engaged in many widespread activities. The chorus sang at Rotary meetings, in school assemblies, and on a radio program over WPTW, Piqua. They participated in an exchange assembly program with Newton High School and also gave selections at the school operetta, at the style show in Troy, and at the formal concert in March. The choruses combined to form the finale for the formal concert which was pre- sented iointly with the orchestra. With lifted Voices MUSIC MAKERS-Top row: Janice Wertz, Jane Cress, Donna Ferris, Carol Hoover, Ronnie Peele, Mr. William Riley, director, John Huffaker, Barbara Garber, Janet Wood, Elaine Wertz, Elaine Oburn, Bottom row: Lois Earhart, Ann Warner, Donna Davidson, Dawn Brown, Mary New, Marilyn Neff, Not pictured: Barbara Wright, Shirley Aldora, Jan Thompson, Jim Kinnison, Norman Vnn Zant, Bill Brown. 1.-.ia--.f-V x 1 vl .W-pf-fn-. 1 '-wmv Wi' vw T' P HI-Y LEADERS-These six were chosen by the HI-Y to serve MORNING SCRIPTURE-The HI-Y chaplain, Jan Thompson them as leaders: Norman Van Zant, president, Mr. William Stone, advisor, Fowler Agenbroad, vice president, Bill Yates, treasurer, Jan Thompson, chaplain, and Norman Bogue, secre- tary. reading the morning scripture over the loud speaker. Hi- if Main aim' Uirrisfrziu living The Hi-Y performed many functions during their second year of existence at MUHS. Members read the scripture over the public address at the start of each school day, collected money at Hi-Y sponsored noon movies, attended Town-and- Country meetings in Dayton, and took part in school assemblies. The Hi-Y members also formed a basketball team and played other school organizations. Norman Van Zant and Jim Lea were the members who attended camp Nelson Dodd during the summer vacation. HI-Y'ERS-Top row: Norman Schul, Jan Thompson, Ronnie Peele, John Huffaker, Ronnie Macy, Alan Stout, Jim Price, Jim Lea, Jerry Elliott, Bottom row: Jim Wheelock, Bill Yates, John Barnes, Norman Van Zant, William Stone, adviser, Fowler Agenbroad, ivan Kunkleman, Norman Bogue, Bob Hicks. l Y :Q J' '- ,- 4 .., 2 , ' an' 5 E , in-.. THEY SERVE-These six represent the officers who serve the NOON ENTERTAINMENT-Ronald Macy and Shirley King are Tri-Hi-Y Club. Jean Waymire, president, Miss Lucille Anderson, paying admission to Janet Wood and Diane Brown Tri Hi Y adviser, Janet Rudy, vice president, Janet Wood, treasurer: members, who SPONSOV the nO0n mOvieS. Gayle Kessler, chaplain, Nancy Shanck, secretary. The Tri-Hi-Y, with their adviser, Miss Lucille Anderson, have had a busy year showing noon movies once a week and putting on the Thanksgiving and Christmas assembly programs. They also presented the Easter program and sponsored a radio program on station WPTW at Piqua. The officers attended an officers' training camp at Camp Kern in September, and in February five members attended the Pre-Legislative Assembly at Wittenberg College in Springfield. Uri-HL If l6'ui!d Hharacfer fx T n l l w .: V ' TRI-Hl-Y'ERS-Top row: Nancy Wooley, Janet Wood, Jane Shanck, Mary Honeyman, Gayle Kessler Janet Rudy, Juline Schellhaas, Connie Rhoades. Bottom row: Athalene Goudy, Nancy Shanck, Dolores Miller, Dawn Brown, Miss Lucille Anderson, adviser, Diane Brown, Barbara Miller, Jean Waymire Nell Agenbroad, 5 U all STORY TIME Mardie Carew learns by doing in Miss Marabelle Dickeys first grade class. if A J 4 it 1 - , . B .. - K . V . X. 'i sun' X 0' LEARNING TEACHERS-Top row: Jane Kress, Mary New, Carol Hoover, Sally Poling, Gail Honeyman, Peggy Fisher. Bottom row: Jane Shanck, Nannette Pfeiffer, Fowler Agenbroad, Jack Shuttleworth, Janet Gray, Mardie Carew, Norman Schul. Not pictured: Betty Crowell, Elaine Oburn. Crain gllfll c Z' usher The Future Teachers of America with Mrs. Bereniece Kerr and Miss Marabelle Dickey as co-advisors, elected Jack Shuttleworth, president, Fowler Agenbroad, vice president, Janet Gray, secretary, and Mardie Carew, treasurer. The Christmas party was one of the highlights of the year for FTA members. For the new members the initiations was a night to be long remembered. A pot- luck supper preceded the event. During the school year the members spend a por- tion of their time in classrooms gaining valuable experience for their future teach- ing careers. 1--' X plus Y equals ONE FUTURE TEACHER Mrs Bereniece Kerr demonstrates to Janet Gray proper teaching methods W , 3 THEY SERVE-Top row: Sue Fetter, freshman representative, Peggy Saul, freshman representative, Nell Agenbroad, sopho- more representative, Darlene Minnich, reporter. Bottom row: Peggy Koogler, secretary, Linda Studebaker, president, Miss in Lucille Anderson, adviser, Opal Harshbarger, vice president, Audrey Herz, treasurer. The Girls Athletic Association, with the adviser, Miss Lucille Anderson, engages in various activities during the school year. interscholastic volleyball and basket- ball games with several neighboring schools, the Christmas party, a bowling party, a skating party, and the GAA Awards Banquet on May 7 seemed to keep these athletes busy but happy. They also sold coasters, toothbrushes, flashlights, and duokits to finance their events Encau age Girl ' ports AMAZONS-Top row: Karen Beeman, Carol Hoover, Peggy Saul, Sally Shollhaas, Nancy Poock, Gayle Kessler, Sherynne Green, Carol Plank, Barbara Sellers, Marilyn Jane Price. Fourth row: Sonia Steiner, Sandy Sickels, Judy Louthan, Nancy Harshbarger, Beverly Warner, Esther Steiner, Pat Shuff, Merdie Carew, Missy Bainbridge, Lou Ann Wilson, Shirley King. Third row: Diana Horner, Connie Rhoades, Opal Harsh- barger, Nancy Hissong, Rose Mary Huston, Sandra Jones, Audrey Hen, Janie Dennis, Naomi Newman, Donna Ferris, Nancy Oburn, Nell Agenbroad. Second row: Norma Jean Hicks, Sharon Brown, Darlene Minnich, Sue Fetter, Bernadine Lutz, Nannette Pfeiffer, Joy Hurley, Bobby Jean Miller, Barbara Thompson, Roberta Helman, Judy Dickey. Bottom row: Donna Norris, Diana Hunt, Betty Crowell, Myrna Detrick, Linde Studebaker, Janet Gray, Judy Thompson, Sue Saul, Elaine Oburn, Peggy Koogler. Not pictured: Carol Stout. ff, -fi ONE MAD NIGHT-Top row: Jan Thompson, Polly Poling, Jerry Swigart, Janet Wood, Jack Heisey, Mrs. Kathleen Geeting. Third row: Diane Brown, Nancy Hissong, Shirley Spitler, Mr. A. E. Geeting, Second row: Bill Yates, Jack Shuttleworth, Norman Bogue, Sandra Jones, Marlene Beeman, Bottom row: Norman Van Zant, Bea Harshbarger. Drama fic Productions Display Student It all happened in "One Mad Night." Yes, that was the name of the iunior class play on Friday, April 18, 1952. Don Cutter, a writer, and his Chinese man-servant were the leading characters, most of the other characters were maniacs living in Cutter's deserted house. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Geeting were the directors with Shirley Spitler as student director. When a kid sister started trying to fix up the broken romance of her older sister and a famous baseball player, hilarious things started happening in the senior class play, "Star Crazy," presented on November 14, 1952. The three-act comedy written by Don Elser, was under the direction of Mrs. Kathleen Geeting, with Sandy Jones and Virginia Hemmerich as students directors. STAR CRAZY-Top row: Bea Harshbarger, Norman Bogue, Dawn Brown, Gary Tisor. Bottom row: Jack Heisey, Shirley Spitler, Barbara Minnich, Linda Studebaker, Norman Schul. . g' A ' 'S is C" -W.,-W, 'Q 1 Crzlcrzf ,n 1-1 . N84 ,Acting ls Chair interest The Milton-Union Dramatics Club started the year off under the leadership of its newly elected officers: Jack Shuttleworth, president, Sandy Jones, vice presi- dent, Shirley Spitler, secretary, Bea Harshbarger, treasurer, and Janet Gray, re- porter. Mr. Russell Lutz is the club adviser. The club was enlarged by the initiation of twelve new members. A iourney to Dayton to witness the University of Dayton Player's Presentation of "Arsenic and Old Lace" was one of the highlights of the year of these amateur thespians. ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE-Top row: Bernadine Lutz, Donna Norris, Connie Rhoades, .ludy Louthan, Mardie Carew, Norman Schul, Gary Tisor, Nancy Poock, Sonia Steiner, Sandy Sickels, Nannette Pfeiffer, Bottom row: Nell Agenbroad, Bea Harshbarger, Sandy Jones, Mr. Russell Lutz, Jack Shuttleworth, Shirley Spitler, Janet Gray. if INIATION PROCEDURE New initiates Jim Lea, Donna Norris, Norman Schul and Donna Davidson compare their cards as Norman Stickel signs one ws, ,T J K ,gage " '1'5 aw? ,, ,P U f ,W 1 g., -1 if - C. 31" 1, 2? , ' if . , W ,. , 1, ,N if' ffvf T if, Helmick, treasurer, Linda Studebaker, president, Gary lddings, vice president, Norma Jean Hicks, Back row: June Mote, Dwaine Roush, Judy Pfeiffer, Gordon Coppock, Ronnie Koogler, Dick Clinefelter, Myron Puterbaugh, Mr. John Williams, assistant adviser, Polly Poling, Jan Thompson, John Carroll, Nancy Harshbarger, Sammy Helmick, Mo Vee Mishler, Sandy Poling, reporter. Front row: Penrod sec reta ry. Z Koumfil Pushes Studmt ideas The Student Council members are elected each year by the members of their respective classes. The Student Council does much to promote the welfare of the students and the school. Some of the projects that were included on the agenda of the Student Council were: sponsoring the Homecoming Activities, conducting the School Community Chest Drive, erecting a nativity scene in front of the elementary building, and originating a fund to be used for the purchase of auditorium cur- tains and drapes. Field trips to the Carillon Park in Dayton, the limestone mine in Lewisburg, and the Hobart Manufacturing Company in Troy were included in the activities of the Bunsen Burner Science Club this year. Through their hard work in the field of high school science the Club gained membership in the National Science Clubs of America. Other activities ofthe year included the showing ofthe members' science '1l.- Z- 4 ,. exhibits at Miami University in Oxford, the purchase of a three-inch telescope to study astronomy, the operation of the movie proiector, the purchase of their club pins, and various experiments at their regular meetings. o 'x C' O 33' .Jan r Sczkutists ,MHP I9 vgzvss Top row: Gerry Randall, Lila Warner, Mary Ann Yount, Fowler Agenbroad, Sharon Brown, Jerry Jo Karr, Willie Dresbach, John Fisher, Jimmy Pearson, Gary Myers, Ralph Mishler, Mr, Robert D. Beckey, adviser, Doug Gibbs, Bobby Cress, Frank Brower, Jerry Foster, Sue Gibbs. Front rowt David Whitman, Bob Wheelock, Jim Rudy. Girls Heuefif l6'y Work With future office iobs in mind, high school girls may work in either Superin- tendent O. E. Bube's office or Principal R. L. Osborne's office. Some of the glrlS also work in Elementary School Principal Mrs. Oneida Minnich's office. They re- ceive practice in office procedures. Some of the iobs include filing, letter writing, and general office management. It gives these girls experience that will prove helpful in jobs after they are out of school. HARD WORKERS-Top row: Roberta Helman, Peggy Koogler, Lou Ann Wilson, Marlene Beeman, Joan Layer, Mary Honeyman, Janet Wood, Shirley King, Melissa Bainbridge, Barbara Sellers, Nancy Poock, Norma Jean Hicks. Middle row: Nancy Shanck, Jean Waymire, Judy Louthan, Janie Dennis, Norma Jean Pearson, Esther Steiner, Virginia Hemrnerich, Joan Botkin, Peggy Koogler, Loretta Warner, Pat Smith. Bottom row: Bea Harshbarger, Sonia Steiner, Dawn Brown, Barbara Minnich, Diane Brown, Joy Hainline, Carol Buehler, Athalene Goudy. Advertisements 5 1 ' 'Fi In' V a ,vw ?'.. .. , .,, Most Courteous DALE FETTER ' . POLLY POLING Palrons Zjzlge FALKNOR GRAIN COMPANY HARRIS BAKERY JAMES V HARRIS FRED O HOOD LUCAS MOTOR SALES MILLERS DEPARTMENT STORE POTASKYS FOGLES MARKET RICHARD E EHLERS ACCOUNTANT JOHN R GALLAGHER WAYMIRES GARAGE MIAMI JACOBS BUSINESS COLLEGE HENNESSEY and YORK SERVICE MIAMI PETROLEUM COMPANY Wesf Wesi' Wesf Wesi' Wes'I' Wesf Wesf on Oh Oh Oh Oh Ofl Oh Kessler Ludlow Falls Ludlow Falls Laura Dayfon Troy Troy Ohlo Ohlo Ohio Ohno Ohuo Ohlo Ohlo Ohio Ohuo Ohio Ohio Ohuo Ohio Ohlo I Mi+ , ' MII' , ' . MH , ' . MH , ' MII' , ' WINFRED H. MARTINDALE Wesf Mi ion, Ohio ' MH , ' . . + I . PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS WEST MILTON INN Barbara Mmmch Vmcenf Todd Ronald Macy Bea Harshbarger Robeff Re55Ie' Norman B09Ue GAINE S FURNITURE MILTON FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN Mr. Clefus Minnich Peie Puferbaugh Jean Beck ICESSLER PLUMBING 81 HEATING CO SI'IADE'S FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCES Shirley SpiI'Ier - Jack Shu++IeworI'h in ' Barbara M mch ,X Mr. Kennefh Shade Roy Miller FUNERAL HOME Wes? MiII'on AMBULANCE SERVICE EMERGENCY SERVICE Phone 83 HEISEY'S BLACKSMITH EVERETT HEISEY Blaclrsmifh 8: Welding Eleciric 81 Acefylene Porfable Equipmeni' Telephone 272-M 3I6 Hayes S+. Wed' Milfon KENNY'S DRUG STORE Rose Mary Husron Sandra Jones Opal Harshbarger ,ln 'Q-cr. 75 ni' LAURA GRAVEL 8: STONE CO. Complimenfs of KATHRYN AND CHARLES C. DICKEY xfvf Jack ShuHlewor+h Norman Bogus Jan Thompson Jean Waymiro Shirley Spifler -,-',:.Q A .' 5 'f Q" .. I A-' if T s W ' 3 - - Ill A g an ' I -,-i'fg.jg.g'o'j:V.. P, "' PETE PUTERBAUGH JACK HEISEY szo som M.-in sf. Wu, Mmm' Om, Phone I87J WESTERN AUTO HUSTON HARDWARE Norman Van Zanf Jim Kinnison Boa Harshbargor Do Von Jay l COATE'S BURIAL VAULT, MONUMENT 8: SEPTIC TANK Mr. Necl Coafe Mr. Ralph Thornburg Mr. Floyd More Qi SINCLAIR COLLEGE, Dayfon Bernice Desiclc Mr. Bussey WESTERVILLE CREAMERY Covingfon Shirley Spirler Jean Waymire H fi V'-iifvflflgg? f.'.:i'5, '8?'lV he -rf-Pi- :fa -21 L- . BAKER'S RADIO 8: TELEVISION Salas lx Service WEST MILTON, OHIO Virginia Hemmerich Peggy Fisher X f MIAMI GRILL Jack Heisey Barbara Minnich A K HALE FUNERAL HOME ANDERSON'S BARBER SHOP: Diclr Sofzing, Norman Schul, Phil Brumbaugh Duane Weilceri' Mr. Wal'l'er Anderson , i I HONEYMAN Fumuens, Laura Jan Thompson, Jane? Wood, Barbara Minnich Mr. 3, Mrs, Ngel Hgneyman I Jan Thompson Mr. Arch Lea ClTlZEN'S NATIONAL BANK W. C. MOTE 6' SONS Company Since our receni' very desfruciive 'Fire af Laura, Ohio, we have been supplying our cusfomers from our elevafor and feed plani' ai' Glen Karn. Please phone 43-M af HOLLANSBURG or 39I af LAURA. We fhanlr you for your p'as+ business and will appreciafe all fufure busi- ness. "'l'l"I Ili! llll llll WILSON SERVICE STATION Jerry Miller Charlie Rasor Mr. Lloyd Wilson Mrs. Wilson LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS IN THE MIDWEST H. A. POWELL Studios "Pho+ography a+ i'rs BesI"' MICHIGAN and OHIO I wlLLARD's MARKET OT Bill Brown LoreHa Warner ROARK'S FURNITURE Laura, Ohio Janei' Wood Roberf Ressler 1 Barbara Minnich MIAMI SERVICE STATION Marilyn Siberf Polly Poling Kenny FeH'ers I if , ,- I I 2 ...:..d-,,e- ng ! ,, wg,-3,,f,:w:f.4v-1'i2, . . Q I' , .L A-an .. . - ,- , . 'mifm - 'U-Q MILLER CHEVROLET Mr. MiIIer, Marvin Wieser, Vincenf Todd, Linda Siu- debalrer, Shirley Penny, Jane? Wood, Norman Bo- gue. WEST MILTON LUMBER CO. l'lERR'S RESTAURANT i Mr. Waller Mishler Glenn Briclenbaugh Ronnie Macy Karen Beeman Jean Waymire ' EMlAMlcfm? Y DAIRYQ: Shirley Spi+ler and "Bossie" Mr. Granville Minnich, Disfribufor i PATl'ERSON'S FLOWERS BROWN'S MARKET Grandell Eas+ridge Dawn Brown Norman Bogue Janie Dennis Mr. "Pai" Pafferson Rqberf Reggler Diane Brown I R- W- NORRIS OLDSMOBILE ORCHARD SPRING FISHERIES Kelfh Alhc Jean Waymne Jane? Wood Barbara Mmmch NETZLEYS COAL 81 OIL CO RODGER ARNOLD INSURANCE rm FHL Jan Thompson Bob Ressler Vnncen+ Todd Marvin Wneser Mr Rodger Arnold Shnrley Penny SHAWS INN E Qle o d Oh ELLIOTTS SERVICE STATION LL, I Jack SI1u++Iewor+I1 Jean Waymsre 5 Shlrley Spu'I'Ier Jan Thompson 'Qj VU? ' :ff ' r 'I -7--' I 5. I , f P I WT"'4v f . . - - I - K I I ' f f , YN: . '. '. WL, NN". I" ., I ' I. . - 'f 4.3 .4 I. i Q I ' I I III , t 4--""' . I I I I A 2- I-, "9-a.,,,N,., 'fy . . 'X M..,,, .. . Y ., 'r my WZ, M no -:,.::" .' I J 5.--, . -lbgn. -Q 'I1'if"" ' f ..'. ef, t ,,51..', , - gy- 'Q-Y" 7,- j. - "' f-- Vu., - ' '- ' -A ' ,favs .-, I- . . . . I I I ' I I . , n w o , no - - I i . I I ' I l -.. v I I R- ,. I N -x i i ,ii . ,. i- 4- -fi If gLW,,.i', ,v..v-Y, -A -'- -' - J.. .--, 's . . L, L, . ' 11 n n '-1' Q ' 'I , 'f2"'l"'f. . . Jerry Elllofl' Gary Tasor NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE ROTH OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO- Mr. Lawrence "Bud" Prifzhard Bud Van Zani' Miller Bros. EXCAVATING BULLDOZING GRADING WASHED SAND 8: GRAVEL MlLLER'S GROVE 81 DRIVE-IN Phone 724-W Wesi' Milfon I FeI'+er Mr. Phil McBride Jerry Miller ' Bill Yafes Twylah Burnside Norman Jean Pearson Jean Waymire THANKS. . . To 'the businessmen who have placed Iheir ads in fhis yearboolz . . . To Miss Rhoades who worlred so hard all year fo malre 'this annual a success . . . To Mr.VOslaorne and Mr. Bube who have coopera+ed wiih us all year . . . To Powell Sfudios for fheir fine picfures . . . And +o 'Ihe en- 'rire sfudeni body for fheir fine suppor+ and co- operaiion. THE STAFF Heutzman Vuola 911611117 and H1771 Schzw! Jude! 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