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

 - Class of 1954

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' -lla I 'l ':'5f" ll Q' 'fl I I I I? is M I We ay inhale lo om TEACHERS The Ieaahw hj then pafzefzre and gzzzdazzce have helpca' zz fhrozzgh thc twelve year! o maggie aaa' good fzmex hook! as well as COZHIEYJ hozzeffj and azfh om gfozff 07 the mme We have only the feaehen o today to thazzh 07 om Jzzecefy tomorrow It if the teaehery who have taught in fzzhjefts from f ' f V RATIO N MOST STUDIOUS N Qzfgyawif -- ,W S M H S'-1. f 4 Vg 'HE-11' '?"N ,-"" 44 ' INN MR. O. E. BUBE Superinfendenf of Schools I 10' . Af' T YP' in 5, MISS PHYLLIS OBURN Secrefary fo 'Phe Superin+enden+ A 1i , ,,- 1 i 1 C1 1 i - C1 -3 - 2 vi - Q i - - was fi? 4 MB. R. L. OSBORNE - ' M ,, 3 X, Q4 N-Q.. 1 ,. ,ff 1 551, f . ,ww f 1' . Lfif vs Q' I N T' . "3 3- 1' MRS. ONEIDA MINNICH Elemenfary School Principal I3 Zaafwloff 56-X MR IVAN SIQMAN Pu uhm IN ARC H IIA I 1 I 41' MR RICHARD STI INER MR B3 RON STONLR CI fl N, 537 , xx X MR. MILES MOTE MR. EMERSON SXVANK MR. XVILLIAM H. BALLINGER . . . new- comer to the Milton-Union faculty this year . toaches junior high football and varsity baseball , . . reeeived B.S.Ed. from Miami Uni- versity . . . teathes sotial studies. MRS. EDITH NOBLE . . . tries to eonvinte herself she has Ll "green thumb" by growing roses . . . advisor of seventh grade class . . . rereived A.B. and A.M. from West Virginia University . . . also attended University of XX'iseonsin and Ohio State University . . . has taught English, Latin, and speech for sixteen years, NIR RAE E DILEX sponsors one ofthe b s P l A tlubs in the sate has been teaching xoeational agrieulture at Milton Union for thirteen years . , . holds BS. and MS. from Ohio State University . . . also sponsors 4-H Clubs. MR, l.AXVRENC.lf FRAZIQR . , . hand director Ivor nine years at Miltonflfnion . , , teaehes inf strument.il :misit . , , gr.iduatcd from 'lohn liletcher College with AB ..,.. 1 lso attended XY'ilmingtor1 College and Cintinnati College of iNlL15le'. MRS, BIZRENIECE K E R R . . , sponsors F.T.A .... tenth year as teacher of English and mathematics . . . holds A.B. from Ohio University and A.M, from Columbia Univer- sity '... enjoys reading and teaching seniors. MR. JOHN XVILLIAMS . . . plays golf in his spare time . . . senior class advisor . . . has B.S. from XY'ittenberg College and Mid. from Miami University '... teaches mathematics and science . . . finishing fifth year at Milton- Union. MlSS LUCILLE ANDER- SON . . . teaches girls' physi- cal education and junior high health . . . spends her spare time with knitting. sports, and music '... received AB. from Musl-:ingum College . . . also attended Kent State Univer- sity '... completing fourth year as sponsor of G.A.A., Tri-Hi-Y, and cheerleaders. MR. JOHN BRILI. , . . sponsors junior high athletics . . . hobbies are woodworking and art . . . graduated from Cedarxille College with A.B ,... teaching general shop and eighth grade mathematics . . . has taught at Milton- Union one year, MR. RUSSELL LTQTZ . . . advisor for Hi-Y . teacher ol' physics, chemistry, and hiology tor three years . , . likes gardening and reading . . . received AB. from Manchester College and A.M. from Miami University '... also attended NX'ittenherg College and Ohio State University, f , 1 MR. A. E. GEETING . . . completing tenth year at Milton-Union . . . teaches industrial arts . . . received BS. from Miami University . . . junior class advisor . . . enjoys gardening. ' . i 4- MISS LUCILLE DUNN . . . newcomer to Mil- ton-Union faculty this year , . . received B,S.Ed. from Manchester College . . . also attended De- fiance College and Ball State Teachers' College . . . enjoys music and reading . . . advisor of the Echo . . . teaches English and typing. n -. - O MR. KARL FARNLACHER . . . athletic direc- tor . . . finishing fourth year as history and geography teacher . . . attended Otterbein Col- lege and Syracuse Unixersity and has A.B .... collects guns and stamps. R MR. XX"lLI.lAM RILEX '... enjoys trains as a hohhy ',.. two years .tt Milton-Union .15 teacher ol' vot.1l mllslt and English . . . sponsor of l'reshm.in il.1ss .intl junior .intl senior el.1ss plays . . . .ittentletl Mi.1mi .intl lI1tll.ll'l.l Universities . , . l1oltlsl5.S.Etl..tml Musli. 1-,V MRS. KATHLEEN GEETING . , . spends leisure time knitting soelts , . .eomfleting sixth year as teather of English And Spanish , . . sFimsOrs Llf.llU.1IlLS elulv rind sophomore tl.1ss . . . gr.1elt1.xtetl from Ohio XVesley.1n Lhiversity with A.B. MRS. LAEREE HUEEAKER . . . h.xs tomplet- ed tegehing her first year ,it Milton-L'nion .ititer having done mueh substituting . , . lil-ces study- ing home .ind family lite . , . .tttentleel Man- chester College for AB ..,. teaches mathe- matics and English. N S MISS THEODORA STOCKSDALE . . . is completing her ninth year as home economics teacher . . . advises F,H.A .... enjoys sewing and reading in her leisure time . . . received A.B. from Manchester and Ball State Colleges. MISS BETTY JANE RHOADES . . . advisor of the school newspaper . . . hails from Miami University with B.S.Ed .... favorite pastimes are reading and driving . . . finishing third year as teacher of business and journalism . . . also taught first adult education class in typing. MR. ROBERT LONG . . . enjoys chess . . . teaches American history . . . head football coach and assistant basketball coach . . . attended Otterbein College for A.B. . . . has taught five years at Milton-Union. .J-,Q f- Y' ' 1 if 'Q' av-ai rj-4 MR. XWILLIAM GINN . . .gets gray hair over driving students . . . completing two years as head basketball and track coach . . . also teaches boys' physical education and health . . . occupies spare time with golf, hunting, and basketball . . . graduated from University of Dayton with BS. pf MISS MARGARET LAIR . . . has B.S.Ed. from Ohio State University and A.M. from Columbia University . . . has been school librarian for nineteen years . . . if it's in the library, she can find it . . . enjoys reading. MR. FRED L. BITTLE . . . Director of Audio- Visual Aids . . . sponsors Science Club and eighth grade class . . . finishing second year as general science teacher . . . spends spare time gardening and enjoying all sports . . . holds B.S. from Bowling Green State University and MS. from Miami University. SENIORS Font yearf at Milton Unzon Hzgh Sehool have made thzf SENIOR CLASS a good one In the yrrnzor year they learned the rtalne o work df a great deal o time wav f rent on money rnakzng rrojettr Conrefvzom at all home gamef nrnzfhed mitch o the needed money or the .venzor trz whzle vellzng penezlf and emhlerns pro znded a lzttle more In their Jenzor year more time way fpent on paper drwes, bake falef, and Jellzng ta y The rnemherf o the vlan alfo sold rnagazznef and operated a coat cheek wav referzted and waf a gr eat fnfeefr A ter all thzf hard work thezr znanezal goal wa5 reaehed and the fenzor trzp to Wafhzrzgtorz and New York way taken dzrrzng the Easter racatzon On Aprzl 24 the janzor clam entertazned the elaff o 1954 to the annual nnzor and Senior Prom and Banquet The Jet o the Jazl and not the gale determznef th way we go was ehofen af the claw motto Clan colon are royal lrlzze and fzlver and a whzte rarnatzon 15 the o zezal lower or thu year 5 gradnatzng clan On May 25 Dr Homer Vanderpool o Dayton, Ohzo, gave a very challengzng commencement addreu ' f 1 ' f ' ' I ff f. - f Jernife at the hafkethall gamef. In the fall the fenior' play I ' . ' . . I ff jf ' . ' 6 ffmf ' - , .n . . jc J ' 0F l954 frobdm Q QM W KW OST O PEGGY JEAN KOOGLLR Annual Staff 1: Bulldog.: Bark 3: Chorus I. 'li GAA 1. 2, 3, il. GAA Board 1. 2. 3. Vi. Secretary 3. Presi- dent Vi: Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1. 1. 3. Soccer and Softball 1. 2: Interscholastic Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3: Offite XY'ork 3. 'll -lunior Class Play: Student Council 1. 2. Treasurer 1. Secretary 2g Class President Z. Setretary 3: Homecoming Attend- ant 1. Queen 1: Girls' State 4. Roxeao Kiixr KfDfJCil.IfR "Rw1r1ie" Annual Staff ll Cliorus 1, 3: lntramural Volleyball 1, 2: Intersclaolastic Basketball 1. 2. 3. l. Baseball and Tratk 2. 3. sl. Football 1. Z. 3, sl. Co-Captain fl: ,lunf ior Class Play: Senior Class Play: Class President 1. Vice President 4: Minstrel 1. Part. DOUGLAS VARX'EL "P,11zf' Chorus 3. -1: Hall Monitor 1: 2. 3. sl: Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3: Library Staff 31 junior Class Play: Senior Class Play: Student Countil 1: Cross-Country rl: Senior Scholarship Team. UNA RAI? SXVIZIZNIQY "I 'ri-3" Office Work ri. QQ' "r:L"7 W, 'vi' if Q37 A O" -L 'Q' aff Q 'Q-nv NED E. PIONIEYBIAN "Ned" Chorus 1. 3. 41 Hi-Y 2: Intramural Volleyball 1. Z. 3: Interscholastic Basketball 1, 2. 3: 'l'ratk 1. 2. BARBARA ANNE MILLER "Bobbi" Annual btaff I: Lliorus 1. 2. 3. ll PHA 1. 2. 5. PI. Recreation Leader 1. Serretary 33 -lunior. Chapter. State Homemakers' Degrees l, 2. 51 lntr.1mural Bas- ketball 2. 3. Socter 2. Softball 1, Volleyball 1, 2. 3: FITA and FHA Play 2QVlL1I1lirl'Cl.lSS Play: Senior Claw Play: Minstrel 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. -i. Reporter 3: Senior Stliolarsliip Team. HELEN ARLLMQ Hrzcic "Ai'.7tv1e" Chorus 1 3 1' ITHA1 1 3 A -Ks i'tint Here ' ' - .--..'.iws. .' 't.1IX-. i Q N 3. Historian 4. vlunior Homemaker! Degree 1, Chap- ' ter Homemaker! Degree 3: Intramural Basketball 1. I 7 2. Y olleyball 2. 3: Library Staff 3. sl: Office Vfork 2 jon LEO SCHXYIZITZIZR .JW ,, Entered 3. S' y UT'--if Q 'R . Nairn!! JOAN SHIRIJEY LAYIIR Nfurlziic H FHA 1. 2. 3. Parliamc'ntarian 21 Hall Monitor 1, Zg Intramural Basketball ancl Volleyball 1. 2, 3. Soccer 2. Softball 1. 21 Office Wcyrk 3. -iz Senior Scholar- ship Team. JERRY Llili ELLIOTT "Rad" Chorus 1. 3. -1: Hall Monitor 2. -la Hi-Y 21' Intra- mural Volleyball 1. 2. 31 lnterscholastic Baseball 3, Al, Basketball 1. 2. 3. rl. Track Ai: Senior Class Playg Cross-Country 1. 'll Varsity "M" Club Al. CHARLES Enwix DITMER ,.Ed,. Chorus 1: FFA 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. President -1. State Farmer 3: Hall Monitor -lx Intrantural Bas- ketball ancl Volleyball 1. 2. 3: FFA and FHA Play 1. NANCY JOSISPHINE XWOOLEY "N.1r1" Band 1. 2. 3. -41 Chorus 1: GAA 2: Hall Monitor lg Intramural Basketball ancl Volleyball 1. Z. 3. Soccer ancl Softball 1. 21 Orchestra 1. 2. 31 Tri-Hi-Y 3, -1: Science Club 3: Miami Scholarship Tests 1, 2. 1: Sen- ior Scholarship Team. if JOHN JOSIZPH Hicks "fffXw111it"' Interscholastic Track 1. 2. Football 1. 2. 31 Class SL'VgC.ll'1I-.lf-A1'I11S 5. ATH.3I.lfNIf NfJNNIl2 Gorm' "Ally" Fnterecl 11 Annual Staff ii Chorus 41 Library Staff 3g Office XX'ork 31 Junior Class Play. Stuclent Director: 'l'i'1-Hi-Y 3. ROBERTA Jrxtf HLLMAN "Bc'r'Iie" Annual Staff 'll Bulldog Bark Staff 31 Chorus 1. Aly PHA 13 GAA 1. 2. 3, Ai: Intramural Basketball. Soc- cer. and Volleyball 1. 2. 31 lnterscholastic Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Soccer and Volleyball 1, 2. 33 Library Staff 1. 2: Office Vfork 3. A41 High School Play 25 Junior Class Playg Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team, W. FRANKLIN DENNIS "Buick" Chorus 1. 3: Hall Monitor 3. -ig Hi-Y 33 Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2, 33 Interscholastic Track 2. 3g Cross-Country 2. 3, -4. 6 bbfx 5' 'J -xc- 3 4 ri 7 1 W 3 Ori 1 8 itlilll ll U XX or if no A in Nan r Nlit l yi fmt Q i N '00 il f lrrtirx l ff -f K. UN kg. CARI. pAl'l. l:AI.B "CP," Annual Staff 54 fl. Assistant lfilitoi' 5. Hlitorg Bulldog Bark Staff 2. -i. Assistant Erlitor -iz Chorus 1: Hall Monitor I, 2. 3: Clam Pruitlcnt 31 State journalism Confcrcnuc -1: International Relations Conference 33 .Nianzi Stholarship 'll-sts 1. 2. 3, ll Senior Sqholar- ship Team: Honor Society 3. Ai: International Rela- tionS Clulv 21 l.il1rary Start 51 -lunior Class Playg Dranxatics Cluh -4: Sn-nior Class Play. MA RTHA 'lox' I-IAINLINE ,YW .. Annual Staff -1: Chorus 1. -I1 FHA 2. 5, -lg Hall Mon- itor 11 Intramural Ba5lcctl'vall antl Volleyball l. 21 Otiticu XY'orl-c 3, ,lL Onlimtra 2, 3: -luniur Class Playg Senior Claw Play: High Srhool Minstrel 1. BARBARA Yvoxxii BROXYN "Barb" Annual Staff-41 Lihrary Staff 2: Office XY'orl'c 3. Al. RICHARD E. jonxsrox "R1rlxn-J" Chorus 'll Library Staff ,lg FFA 1, 2. YH 28 JACK CLAYTON COOL "J.1c'ifw1" Chorus 3: FFA 1. 2. Assistant Vice President 1, Vice President 2g Hall Monitor 1. 2. 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 13 Interscholastic Football 3, Track 1, 2, Basketball 2. 3: Senior Class Playg Student Council 3. 4g Class President 4. T RIZVA JEAN STRAXVSER "jamie" FHA 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. County Officer 3, State Home-makers' Degree 3. Reporter 4g Intramural Soc- cer 1. Volleyball 1. 2. 3: Senior Scholarship Team. PHYLLIS JEAN INIUMFORD "Pb-il" Entered 3: Annual Staff 4: Band 3, 4: Senior Schol- arship Team: Chorus 3. '41 Piano Quartet 45 FFA Queen 41 District Music Contest 3. -li State Music Contest 3: Miami Scholarship Test 3. FOWLER SMITH AGENBROAD "Fuzl'1cr"' Annual Staff -41 Science Club 2. President 23 FTA 2, 3. 4. Parliamentarian 2. Vice President 3. President 43 Interscholastic Football 2. 3. -1: Class Treasurer 3, Secretary 4g Miami Scholarship Tests 2, 3. 43 Senior Scholarship Teamg Senior Class Playg Hi-Y 2. 3. 4, Vice President 3, President 4g Honor Society 3, 4. ,.., 0 hi -, 3 ve. :ff if SHERYNNI? LEE GREEN "Sbcr'rf' Annual Staff 4g Chorus 1. 4: GAA 1. Z. 3. 4: Hall Monitor 1, 2: Intramural Basketball. Soccer, Softball, and Volleyball 1. 2. 3: Interscholastic Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3. ,ll Library Staff 1. 21 Office Vfork 1. -ig High School Play and Minstrel 2: Junior Class Play. Senior Class Play: Student Council 21 Class Sec- retary 2. Reporter 4: Senior Scholarship Team: Junior High Cheerleader 1: Varsity Cheerleader 2. 3. -ig Dramatics Club 4: Homecoming Attendant 3. NELSON DEAN FOGLE ".'N'cl.fw1" Chorus 1: FFA 1. 2. 3. -l. Sentinel 33 Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3: Library Staff 1g Interscholastic Football 1. -il Varsity "M" Club. DONALD JAMES EHLERS "Dorff Chorus 1g Hall Monitor 1g Hi-Y 3g Intramural Bas- ketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3: Library Staff 13 Jun- ior Class Playg Senior Class Playg Student Council -l. BARBARA ANN WRIGHT "Bar!:l' Chorus 1, 3. -ig FHA 1g Hall Monitor 1: Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3. Soccer 2. Softball 13 Minstrel 1: Office Vfork 4. Will? 3 sf' MO' 'QW' C' 'NS' LAXVRIENCE XVIESTFALL, IR. "L.m'f' Intramural Basketball 1. 5. Volleyball Z, 53 In -- scholastic Football 1. 2. 5. IVIARILYN JANE PRICE HI.UIL"J Chorus 1. -I: FHA 1, -I1 GAA 1. 2. 5. 'IL Hall Moni- tor 2. 3, Al: Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1. 21 Interscholastic Basketball 2, 5. 4, Softball 2. Volleyball 3. li' Senior Scholarship Team. BARBARA ELLEN LANoIs "B.1rbl' Chorus 1, 3. AI. FHA 1. 2. 3, -I, Reporter Z, Recrea- tion Leacler 3. Secretary -lg Hall Monitor -Ig Intra- mural Volleyball 33 FFA ancl FHA Play 2. ALAN PARKER Srorfr Mslolztiew Chorus 1, Hall Monitor 1, 2. 52 Hi-Y 3, AI. Chaplain -I, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Interscholastic Bas- ketball 2. 3. AI. Track 1, 2, 3. AI. Football 1. 2. 5, AI, Senior Class Play: Varsity "M" Club -I, President -I. 955' uv l F NO' '6' Sw Wh V G., N4--5 lx NJ I ts.. I"--fi BARBARA ANNE WEIKERT "B.n'b'J Chorus 1. 21 FHA 1, 2. 5, -lg Hall Monitor 1, 2, Intramural Basketball. Soccer, ancl Volleyball 1, 2, Softball 15 Office Work 1, 2, 3, AI. DONALD ERNEST PLANK "Dau" EHKCFCQI 21 Band 2, 5, All Chorus 5, AI, Intramural Basketball antl Volleyball 2. 3, Socrer 21 Interscholas- tic Baseball 2. 3. Basketball 33 Orchestra 35 junior Class Play 5: Cross-Country Ai. INIELVIN RussEL PIQRKEYPILE "PIll'L-ll, Intramural Volleyball and Basketball 1, 2. 53 Inter- scholastic Football 2, 3. Manager J. Lols JEAN EARHART "je.111ie" Annual Staff 41 Chorus 3, -lg FHA 1. 2. 5. fi, junior Homemal-ters' Degree 1, Reporter 2, Chapter Home- makers' Degree 3, Hall Monitor 3, Intramural Bas- ketball. Soccer. Softball, and Volleyball 1, 2, 3. ,I in 1.1 .X FRU? a 1 'Jer Z -is., l 1 X ,.,x"' i 'f 'wr fa it 1 jANii'r Lorisiz RUBY "j,ri,'i1it" Chorus li FHA 1. 2. 5. I. il-l't.'tlN111'L'I' 3. State Home- malcers' Degree 3. County Presitlent A11 Hall Monitor 21 l.ihi'ai'y Stall ll Senior Class Playg Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. Ai. Vitc Piwsitlent 3. Chaplain 14, DoN 1-1215 Cji'x1xnNs "lynx" Interstliolastit lratli 1. 2. 5. l. I-oothall 1. 2. 5. -4. Co-Captain bl. JIMMHZ L1513 Tiisxs "ffm" lntcrstliolastit lfoothall 5. I: lileatlicr Crew 4. TANA Sui Sam. HSM., Chorus 1. Z: GAA 1. 2, 3. 'll Hall Monitor 2: Intra- mural Basketball. Soccer, Softball and Volleyball 1. 2. 51 Interstholastii liaskcthall 3, Volleyball 3. -4. Soft- bal 2. 5. sl: Miami Stholarship Tests 13 Senior Scholarship il-C.1l111 Class Setretary 1. XY7II.1.IAM IIRITIJRICK H1'BliR Hlifill' ll"lfl'.ll1'1ll.ll llaslictlaall .intl Volluylvall l. 2. 51 l.ihr.1ry Staff 1. 2. Doms OIJYNIQ Eixi3NBi3RRx' "Dffr1i'l Ifntt-rc-tl ll Senior Class Play. Student Dircttor. GAX'I.12 ANN KISSSLIZR "Kr .1 Annual Staff -lx Chorus 1. Ai: GAA 1. 2. 3, sl: Hall Monitor l. 2. 51 Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3. Sot- tcr 11 Ortliestra 1. 2. 5. li -lunior Class Playz Senior Class Play: 'l'ri4Hi-Y 2. 3. 14. Chaplain 3. President sl: Miami Stliolarship 'lk-sts 2: Senior Ftholarship Team: Prints of Pcate Ai. GARY ALAN IDDINGS "Av-flint' Chorus 11 Hall Monitor 1. 2. 5. -iz Intramural Vol- leyball 1. Z. 5: Interscholastic Football and Baseball 2. 3. -i. Basketball and Trauk 1. Z. 3. 4: junior Class Playg Student Counfil 1. 5. 4, Vice President 3, Presi- dent -l: Varsity "M" Cluh -lg Minstrel 1: Class Vice Prcsitlent 11 Miami Scholarship Tests 1. 3: Senior Stholarship Teamg Honor Sotiety 3. 4. as-fx 'V' """ 1' fr f td! i-Sf M15i.issA BAINBRIDGE lllI'1'1 Enteretl 31 Chorus 31 GAA 3. All Intramural Basket- l7.1ll glrhl Vtrllefflmlll 51 Offitc XX'u1'l-C 5. CALVIN BIAYXYOOD BRt'x1BAl'c,H Hsfljdffll Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3: FFA 1, 2. 3, Al, FFA antl FHA Play 1. 21 Cafeteria W'Drk 1. 2. 3. Ai. THEODORE E. WAGNER "Ted" Chorus 2. -lg Hall Monitor 31 Hi-Y 21 Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 33 Interscholastic 'Frank -ig Cross-Country -l. RETTA MAE SCI-IXVARTZ "Mae" Annual Staff Al: Office XX'Drk Al. 'Q J 'Q' if x"3hv 35 IT? gs! .gfuv 1 Ca,-RRY Lrfia Lvcoirs U1.Ili-'fl' Hall Bfonitur 2. 31 Intramural lktskctlmill antl Vullcy 1 3 ball 1. -. 53 Interscholastic 'I rack -. 3, Football 1, 3 LENA FAYE NULL "F.1-11" Library Staff 3. -ig Offite XX'Drk 2. JULINE A. SCHELLHAAS "julie" Chorus 13 FHA 1. 2. 3. 4. State Homemakers' De- gree 3L Library Staff I: Office Xlfork 2: FFA and FHA Play 2: Senior Class Play: Tri-Hi-Y 3. -5, Treas- urer 41 Senior Scholarship Team. EDXVARD LFARTIN STRINGER .,Ed.. Interscholastic Track 31 Library Staff 1, 2, 3g Foot- ball Manager Al. lull D. 'if S,11.1.Y Lrii SHEL1.HMs 1 "Sill-1" I C.l1I11'11x 1. 42 GAA 1. Z. 51 II'1lf.lI11Lll'.ll llm.1xlxctl'v.1ll in ' .mtl 5111111 1. 2. Voll1fyl'411ll 1. 2. 31 Office VUOrk 13 Oimliutni 1. 2. 5. -41 'llIl'11UI'Cll.1SS Play. 5111111-nt Ccwun- , 111 1. 1: Cl.1w '1'rc11s11rcr 2. Rcprwrtcr 31 Miami Schul- 'T' .uxliip 'lkwtx 2. Scriiiir Stlisilumliip Fl-0.11111 Hiwniir 511- W 41cty5. 4. H.1ll lN1411'1iti11' l. 2. 5. -1, i 4, T011 K. LoL"1'H.-xx M E M.1n.1gcr -4. 1534. 17111315 L. LOUTHAN "ruff 1 Noimfxx KIZNT BROWN Varsity "M" Club 14: Cl11s5 Treasurer 1. s I'lL'LDA CAROL BUIIHLER "C.1mf" Offitc XY'o1'k 3. hi. ilk' E .N 111 m' Entciul 3: Stutlt-nt Cmimil ll Intcrxtlwltistic Fuut- INIARY E1.1zA1s151'H HONEYMAN "i1ll.Iv'v3" X W l5ull1l11Au 15.1114 51.1114 BQ VHA 1. 21 lDlZ'.1111L1Y.1l lilxlicl- lull .mtl Vullcylmll l. J. 3: l.1l51'.l1'1' S1111 11Olt11c .,w, W'111'l4 2. 3. ll lI'1-HI'x -. 5. 4. MYRNA ixliili DETRICH 1'5'z-M" fil111I'L1N 1. 2: VHA 1. 2. 5. 4. Rq-tartar 2. Vicc Picki- tlf.-nt 5. l'1'ui11t-nt 4. .llll'1lI41' Hl4111L'1'1.lliCfS' Degree. f,l1.15't4-r ll1111.t1'i.1l4ti! D1-gmc 2. State I-luiucixigikcrs' Dc-gmc 51 11.111 31111111111 li lHll'.l1TiLII'.il 15.151-:ctlull and Vullulwill 1 1 S. Nmlur 1. BL lntL1wl111l.1Stit ljmlcct- lull .1n1lV11llc1lw.1ll 1: Bcniur Claw Pluy. law X RICH.-XRI4 XX'ARN1.R 1411111-1.4 3. 1' lflfA 1. 2. 3. 4. Rt-gwrtc: 1. Student Ad- xiwr 2. Nttitxiru 3. Vitt- l71L'Nl4lCTZT 1: Intr.11f1ur.1l l5.1xlcL-tlmill .intl Vtfllt-llmill 1. 2. 51 St...icr1t Cuumil ll llt ' ' ' l1'1l1.i11HL1f.1l li.15kctlw.1ll .mtl Volleyball 1. 2, 3: Inter- s1l1ul.1xt1t liixkctlull 1. 'I'r.1ck 1. 5. -1. Ifoutlwall 1. Ig N. Cruys-C1w11ntry -1: Vanity "M" Club -ig B.1slcctlu11ll l5.in1l 1. 2: H1111 Munitwr 1. Z1 lnti'1111111r.1l Balblitlliglll 1. 21 Inte1's1lwl.1xtic Basketball 1. 5. Track 1. 3. 4, liootlmill 1. 2: fliwwsx-Ciitintiiy -11 Base-lull Manager Z3 """!P SHIRLEY DALE KING "Red" Annual Staff 4: Chorus 1. 4: GAA 1. 2, 3. -ig Hall Monitor 1. 2. 3. ig GAA Board 1. 2. el, Reporter 2, Vine President -ix junior High Cheerleader 1. Varsity Cheerleader Z. 3. I1 Class Reporter 21 Minstrel 1, 2g Senior Hometoming Attendant 'll Intramural Basket- ball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3. Soccer and Softball 1, 23 Interstholastic Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2. 3. -lg Library Staff 2: High School Play 1: junior Class Play 31 Senior Class Playi Dramatics Club -lg Office XX'ork 3. 41 Magazine Captain -i. IDONALIJ ROBERT HALL HDOPIIITKII Chorus 1. 2. 3. el: Hall Monitor 11 Hi-Y 25 Intra- mural Volleyball 1. 2. 3. Basketball and Track 1, 2, 3. -11 Library Staff 1: junior Class Play. RICHARD HEMMERICH "Dirk" Chorus 1, 2: Hall Monitor 2, 33 Intramural Basket- ball and Volleyball 1. Z, 33 Football Manager 1, 2. MARILYN ANN RIGGS 'Tudjl' Entered -Ig GAA -lg Chorus -1. 'B JC' S-I 62 V" 'sn ROBERT I.IsRII'I5L IVIARKLAND "Bob" Entered 21 Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 2, 3. ALICE FAE LUTZ "AIire" Ifnteretl 31 Annual Staff 413 Band 3. -ig FHA 3, -ig Orchestra 33 Class Treasurer -ig Scholarship Tests 33 Senior Stholarship Team1 Honor Sotiety 3. -lg Prince of Peate 31 junior Class Playg Senior Class Playg Chorus RI. SHIRLEY ANN BYRKETT H5ki1'lEj", Intramural Soccer 1g Chorus 4. DLX-XNE HOLBERT "Du.zr1e" Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 1. 2, 3, Football ball 2, 3. -13 Varsity "M" Club 4. 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Ddxlcnc Huficlll tluc mam' pl.1yx prcwntul hy tlu- Dr.1m.1tiu Clulw tl11S year, -luhn CQ.l!'I'Hll. tmll vllflm Hufr'.1lcc1' Like time tn llult whjlg .irc -Iully 'I'lwml'wn, M.1ulic Cgzrcw. Nell Agcnlurcmd. gmnl the In-.ulwcr is IILZI uf the xmmn. -l.ll'1L'I Cfmy. 4 26447 3644 OI7lflC,lf PRAffI'lCflf . . lim-rmic Slmcllcy, PM Spxtlcr. Cmvlc l'l.ml'c. .lml fllL'Ill'1.1 XX'.lI'FlL'I' plxutilc using lmxincse 111.1- llumw m nm' wt tlwc umm .utlxlmx ul ilu- 1-rfxlc lxllxllxl' wurw. PLANNINQQ l,UR 'IONIURRUXY '.,. lr wcrzw tlmcieg .UF- lwitimxx yaznwrx .lI'L' lxl.ll'1l'1II1l1 fur tlulr iuniwr yur. Silly V109 IN 'lllllf BOOK ...Q lcrry Kmniwn. Marilyn Neff P1-lung. g4'lfLf.lI'X, l.xmn NY'.1rncr'. Vuc Prui-lunt. Mr. A. E, .mll Dulcm- Allflfllall w.ml1 lm' thc .lnsucr tw .1 quwtiwn hurting, Allxiw-7. ,l.mu CJFJY. RL'fUFlCI'I Pmlw Mhul. Proi- XNl1llCDlxkfDNCfl.lUffL'l'NIU.lHNXYL'I'lf. llcm. .xml Dffnru Nwzzxx. 'l l'L'.lNL1f'LI'. DAY IS DUXF . . . ldmy Cfmy, H.1l'h,lF.i Ruuxh. Nanny' Ulmrn. ,md ,I1::' Vumr-111 IXUAL 2-: .1 Nn.1pwl11vt .is thu lame mlwwl 'v'vf1LI'l ilu Ju lx Jwrnz GRAPHIC DEiC,RlP'I'ION ...V hm Vgllicu. Roberta I:L'lI- slmm, .md R11n.xlJ I,ut1 lmrn lwxx ru J1.lj1I'.lIN 11 santa ID .1 JL-z1wnNtr,1t14-n rum Nlnm Stump-1' Nuth Mus I.un1llc Dunn iuukxng un. NOC IUIXJK ,H I IRXTIXUIX X15 htm-f' M,1x'-uli. Nut' Ly V-N-mc. Dum Iiulcy, .ini -lcrry ,TQ-Q Kmr' zu-iw. .ani lux. m1.1l1v,1:1girn xmlwlqgfx 1,1 X ,TVNIOR PRUQIIQCI' . . Fugcnc CHA, Mary vl.mc Knttll- hakc, ,md Ruin-rt Spitlur are engaged in nnuthcr glass pro1ut.scll1mLr'1mth.1ll mln-JL1lupc-nulx. i 43" XYI2 1.1. XYANH YOVR CAR . , . BQ5' pwply-.1r the ymnmr mr '.x,wT:1n,: Fzmm-Qt .xt Ci. R. Mxnrmhx g.1r.14uu .arc -hm X'X'l1culw.k. Rwlxrt Suigut. Benin Null. and I.ind.1 Purer lmnzluh DAT INYINIQ , YNl1.1rx Tlllx ' Cfrnnu Rlwa lu. Muxln Sxmnlx, -luix' Imurlmln .mi Km l"lL'IT.lT'lQjflxll mutt 14+ lm L.lL.lj.IllI IH the '.xl11:'l mf xlnilllm 'l'RAfQ'l'OR TALK . . . Larry lf.1rl1.1rt. Rurmm 5tu4lL'lW.1lcL'r, Grvrnlcmn Cmppmk .iml -lcvlmny FiShcr mln-uk .ill puts uf thc trutur lvcfwrc going intu the field. vie? .sv i ROOM 209 REFRAIN . . . -lanis XY'ert5. Nancy Harshbar- gcr .xml N.1nm-its Pfcxffcr rclmarsc uirlm Conmd Siuul for the Spring O-mart. 'ffl A rv---II' ' HAl.lf'llMli NAl.lf , , AI ll.llfIlII1L', Rwnmc Pu-lc urns lwurx .ls lm mllw mum' tu DLll.z lxcmldll .mm Dwnald Mmnulm. MlXl"l'lN l9lflffDRlf 'I'llI3 l5lfI,I, . Ai :lu-x wut tllr tlu lull tw rmg. .lun Nlwlx Phyllls -lun Cgmkj Dunrm wll11TIIlQ'f .ml Rwllxn Ill-wrllu-rry', vnfmlm wma Q1YUl"5lllULIN lw.xwlx1lIVl.1yqrN num-Llp. IRI HI H I - Y I TIINS , . Dtvrml Dmltlwn. Knrun l5L'Lm.1r1. It mm' llttllwtrt .mtl liwrmn' Cl-.ltr .irc rultly tu lc.u'c un I IIIFHI-Y txtttxwm X'-IIl1 tlutr tlrixtr. 5.ll'1xlI.l lluutlq. Ill! ll ITIZR PROM llOfNIIf . . , liwlv litfutly, Dwugg Cnhhs. fxx.tr.l It-ltnwn D+-mm Nttnn.: .Intl Hazel C,r.mft-rtl my tlutzr tx mt tr-tm Iwmr tt- Mr. lwlm Xxvlllhillix x ig ,,t. , V. I .. 1 Gm , jgxi, ,mu VW M. ISLOUD IN CIRCLTATIOX , , . Duug Pcnny, lm H15- wng, Irrctl Mmmrc. Slmrtwn llrmxn tmtl GIcwri.1 Riffull learn swmt-tlminlu almut ti1'tt1l.ltt,ry systunn in plant and animal lcingtltumx in Mr. liLlNNL'l Lutfs lvioloyy tlaxs. Slow 9 TOP SOPH5 . . . Suplttmwrt- tvffitcrs, Ralph Mishlcr. I Prtwidcnti lktlwr' Stn-mer, 'lltx-.uttrcrg Paul I.ut1. Vita Prcsltlcntg -Itqm lllmy. Sttrttaryg .Intl Pcnrml Hclmltlc. Rt-pmrtcrg w1tl1 thu ltclp nf MIN. Kt1tl1lt-cn UL-ding. pl.1n .1 future .1ttn'1tx'. TEST NEXT IJERIOD . . . Rulmcrt Htrlclns. Dlclc Clinc- fcltur, Norma -Inn Hltkx D1.m.1 Hunt, .mtl Du-c Frantz qlmlfll IUWUW T-UV Ili-ll Nwrrltl Iwisttlry tot tltc next puriml. 'I'If,KF'I'9 SOLD A'I' THE DOOR . . , IS.u'b.1r.1C1.1rbcr.YIcr- IN ,l.ul-cwn, .mtl lwllrlny' IIISIILI' buy their tukptx .lr thu m!mvl'fAI1FIl1t.' u1r1iur'Ll.zvyI.1y11r1 ANI! 9. 'W7 RIfIiXl.I5'I'MlfN'l4 lSI.I'If5 . . , XXX-ll. funk tutl1QwlJgriIul, fur Tudx' Dikkuv. BIN. lhlith Noble, M.11'ilx'n Smbrfmk. Muxin I5rL1rr1b.u1gh, Rixh.11',. Bu 2 . x '. L- Hwncyzfx .ls lwukx .nw xwucd mn thc Tlrxt Jny uf sghmll. HOMFXYARD ISOVXD . . . Dmvwtlmx' SIX' cr. ,Yue Knllu. Chr-vl fhzrnxlxfa-. DAM- ,hffvrxy .ml Slurlcx' liz'-mn ,:l.a.2Ix l4.1'.uX.l:1..xlxmruzpzIx.11.f.f.n ,ur -.milk "N , r f ,J I'Ol'N'I'AIN I-'RIKNDN , , , buh Oren. Pat Sriicdlcy. -Tim Pmmm. .ini Dwn.xl,f Hall wait in line until Peggy Saul flnxxhex heruim .ITIHQ .fr1nkingfm:m.1in. :S ,J , N Y .,' . 2. I, fl' X' "1 1,1 ' " .1 . D rm P.lI'KL'flx1lQI Ruhr! Hclzttrr. .mr - . 'wmijr' . ' V -'y A' J sz. mix' nys L.lIf'K.'l' KAXDID K.-XNHYR.-X KIDS . . Ln-kk flux. liubhy Kim 11 FACTS AND KNOXYIEDCQE . . . Getting fants from the sthool lihrarian. Miss M.1rg.1ret Lair. are Carl Teske. Bob Stauffcr. Nanitii Newman. .intl Harriet Hiltlehranel. I il. 'le X695-f' I P I 2 I PRINTING PROIECT . . . Printing tickets and front pages r the school newspaper are a few of the attixities of the industrial arts printing department. Doing their job re: Robert Shaw. Ronald Vfeikert. Paul Shilt. and Robert travvser. - N xii? HOME COOKIN '...' 'The quickest xx ay to a mans heart is through his stt-matlif' These home economics girls. Ihre Swartz. Elaine XY'e1'ts. Diane Horner. .intl Due Ann XX't'stt.ill. are learning their lessons we-ll. EXYS AND VIEWS . f . Catching up on the latest school neus. Carol Homer. Barbara Sellers. Pat Smith. Donna Ferris. and Elaine Ohurn reatl the latest issue of the Bulldog Iiarl-t. CHOXX' TIME . . . The exents of the tlay are discussed around the table by Dale Wfieser. jim Rudy. Marcia Heisey. Betty Crowell. and Don Shaffer. NOW' 'lllli I9 l'liANf li . ,Sli l7.1r'nl.1fl1Cr1x 41'-xmg lux '-IL"-Klxllllll :ln flu l'1u:1llx tw c,.llHl Nflnil. Dlrnrm Npxtlu. -Luk R.mll.1ll. C11-rllwn H.1ll. .mil Penrml Hclmiulc. They Sl'Pl7l,Y BOOTH , . , Xlfhy wlwulll lfnc gr: rzvtflvwn xxlwn ,Wm il-,tL.H.,tUQ' llc nm lmy .111 xllnull xlxppliu .ll tlmc Stmulcnt C,wl:m1l wyyly lm-ltlu. Fmnlc lSrw,wr, Pcggy Hllglltw. lSwcrlyXY'.1r- ncr. Ylmly Xlfcvlfc. .md M.11'3' Nl-xx Lila' .ul'..1nt.1gg uf mlm 5l'l"wlLL'. GREAT DAY . . . Cilmll nr lull? limb lkltcr. Duill X ll, .".l,li. V gryulu. 'I'lu-x' ll-'nt mlm ful'HQf11U lIllll.ll'lXX. xwv. llf- t HAS llllllf Cirlkllf 5'l':XRlliDf . . , l'lI'.1l"ll'illD Blll-lvl. lfllxxm l. lql- 'l, xl, -Bl. Qlli.x'lW..U.lx 'IA , s V UMM :ml "nf -TW N, 'Il ly 'H i l Ln U HOW' xnxx' uw PM . . . 4,1-.W A 5-Upllw vm- mum flu' mm fur .mutlucr wr Ill: liulllmlg N lv.zNllfrlmll gamu , ' ' um lXl'll'Il .lx ummm um ,N xmtlm .lx lux urwzx .lx l'wwllWlL' .irc ,lmmn link. N.1nly Pa-.1rwn. 'lmu Krwi. RL-lfula Kxrlwy, .mll Gum' lahllli. 'E 1 'I'XX'IRLING TALK . , . Gwrgiana Price, majorctte in the ALGEBRA ALLERGY . , . Kent Furlong. Durlcnc Hale hand, demonstrates sums twirling tactics to Larry Bcsccl-ccr. 'Lmct Minnith, Edith Hcatun, .ind -Linct If.trh.irt study Gerry Randall. -Iudy oaks. Alito Penny. and L11-yd Goudy, hgird for .tnuthcr .algebra tc-st twniurrrm'. 0,4 21,94 scam 446 LOCKFR ROOINI LIFE , . . Flirty. what it rugged lifcfu seems tu hc thc innermost thought uf Larry Konglcr, Dennis V.irwl. Gtirry Kuivglcr .md Rikiltlfti Ifcltcr. IS THAT ME' . , . Fred Dcttcr. Dclphinc Huber, Pcggc GOUD ENUVUH 'LO FAT . . . Getting their nwurishnicnt Uirun, .md Dmiil Qtinc luuk pltnlscd as they view their ffff thi' fi-if -'fl' G-ill' Of-I-lfl Rfvgcr HL-ffclfingcr. Buhhy rims pictures taken hy The Ntitiuntal School Studios. IXIYTNW-'i. Xuriim 'Inn lk-ttrrs and Rwmlic Mrvtu. :J Ns ush 1' r" HLXGRY? , . . Ciczpiltl liiwin. CQ.ii'ul limiiiiwsliinc, Keith J N, blots, Virginm l7.irrcnlwi't. Marixn W1-ikcrti .intl Litkit' 'L' l'vuchl1.r L'l'lIL'I' the int-ta-i'i.i with l-gI'UNXllI1j.1H stuinntlix. GAME NIGHT . . . Beth Opin, l,urutt.i l-lugliw. XY'llni.1 'l'hurnhurg:. Loc Diitigliurv. .intl M.ix Y'J'.irncr ptirtlmse tickets for I1 lmisl-cctlmill gmac tluring lunch pcriml frwin KEEP IT CLEAN? . . . ,lim Crew. ,lun Xlilirncr. Erctl San- tlciw. liuhhy Xflicclutlc. :intl Diinaltl Spitlcr gat frcSh Llll' tltzring stlwul liunix. gintl in .itltliticin keep the Sthoul 5-.ntl tltuin, CLASS IX AC.'l'lON . . . lhc Latin luxe-rs7SL1u Liiblw. U Ciwliii l7it-ltllt-ix l..n'ry Sthul. Dmitl Shcllh.us. and XY'.ix'm- gf.lllIN.lD--.lI'C Itnirninu the ruirlicst form mf the riinmintt l.1n:tz.1gc tiwmi Nix, Etlith Nimhlc. EARLY RISERS . . . Phyllis Vfyritlc, Patty Neff. -lerry Brimn. Terry Pc-cle, and Earl Mute arriie bcfurc the nxorn- ing hell hm rung and must wait be-fore entering the halls of wld MAE. juniors. Ann XX'41rncr .intl Nmncttc Pft-iffcr. ,r- CHEERING THEM ON , . . Kay Lfrmcy. Judy Pfciffcr, Nevin Hem. Culuns Cirissum and Rubcrt LL-cs scrm tw bc very muih cnthiim-II .is IXIiItunAL'ni0n wmcs Iwmc with .inwtI1i-i' xxinncr. LITISLRIZ LIBRARY LIFE . . I Sharon Iliriiiif, Carnl Spitlvr, -Ivy I,klfL'I'I7.ILIj.III. Dmigldx Iilrrcll, 'Ilrry Ifn.-ssc-l, and D.ilc Miilmulx spend thuir Iuisurr IiIwi'.irx' time rL'.1iIinAu thu iurrn-nt I1I.Ig.IlIDL'N. MIQMORILS . . , Alurry Fc1txI1.1nx. Ali-tI1.1 Scasc, L.1rry Pinkerton, 'Ik-II Riiiiiirdwn .ind juiiy Yiwunt bring baik mn-rnivriu nf Niltnn-I'niiwn viitiwricx, I ll DRUM ROLL DEMONSTRATION ...I Iim Hiirshbargcr provides cntcrminmcnt for Virginia Miller, ,I.1nL't Pixma and Iiiwbby' XXI-ru .ix lic nicmwnstnitcs HU Ilia impivrmnt part uf the Imnii BLS-Y ISODIIZB , . 'Lim Imx-5' Imdiu, Dwmim' Rnuxh, ,Ivan Ifullnninmp. CI1.1rIi-nn' Picrir. and Tum 'IMJJ cntur the xiIim+I Imw In pw hump-, 1 Na. sf. F' Vg' ,I t, "' 4 -. rgaxlinp W1 5,53.iE..'.f,.,E..,:. I' ' :L E . 5 . - ulliillil ' --. . K- - 5 :,.L-.-.tl 41" ' ' ""' 'I - 3.1 '. .1 Y wxwrbl- 5 ',,f,'r a S x l :E - - is u Top wuz' Rohert Miller. ,loan Plank. Sue Pootk. Berlin Paulus. Ian Pcmherton. Earnest Paulus. blames Newman, Debra Oren. Peggy Oaks. jerry Minnith. Middle wir: Gerald Rousch. Stewart Bliller, Setretaryg M.1i'ti.1 Pinkerton. Diane Nur. Sylxia Oxt-rliolser. Cli.1i'lotte Mikel. Connie Ohurn. john Plank. john Paul Miller. Bffffffm mir: lily-.tnor Maxwell. Yolgi Von Netfley. l511rh.1r.i Oda. XY'illiam Pnsson, Mo Vee Mishler. Paul Patterson. Ruth Null. june Mote. Connie Rose. 74a fi' Top mu: Sam Helmitk. Presidentg Boh Herz. Russel Long, Larry Layer, David Hines, Tommy Hinton, Mark Hainline. Middle mu: Larry Honeyman, Carolyn Lavey, Carol Hall, Gary Hittle, jerry Hughes. jill Ganger. Esther Gangcr. Bottom row: Kent Klepinger. Susie Lees, Neva jean Hissong, Judy Hildebrand. Sharon Idclings. Vice Presidentg Carolyn Hall. Billy Goffinet. Not pir- rured: Diana Murphy. john Curtis. Marvin DeMoss. Eddie Farrell, Janes Fryman, Larry Green, Bob jones, Carl Steele. Y 'ik 1 Tuff ron: Ann Bltrckmorc. Ronald Alhcrt. Stmtlm Arnultl. Judy Bnlccr, R.lj'fI1Uflal Fuller. Fred Cmcy. l3.1rh.lr.1 licnnnnt. licwcrly Fwtcr, 'llrcnxurcri Mnrxln DL-Mmm. 5.tntlr.t lk-.trrf. ,lfiidff rozzi Billy Cline. Carol Dicrs. Carul Ditnzcr. Marlena Berk. Clmrlcs Cmwlocy. Kent Brmxrn. Mary Crew. Clmrlcnc Hclncy. Lois Alhcrt. Stephen Dctrith. 13ffI.'f.v,' fmt: l':.1r'h.11'.1 Curtix blnnlnlu lfurlwng, Mull- lyn Burns. Stephen lfcttcrs. -Iwycc Fulton. Benny Clrrfvll. I-l.1ttic K.xtc Agcnhrnuul Larry Fcttcrx. Joy Brcirlcnhntlm. I.intl.1 Crtrrrtl. ' to 'Y . Nl lv! 1 iff I TLD vu Exelsn Warner Vuaxne Whrtmer Judy Ihompson Ronme Vshxtacre Robert Qtrohl Allan 9xxn..1rt Dcxutt ianthtnr Ntnlra Sherman Da L Nxxtgn T wnr gm Stu n xcclmlt uytc Npxt cr 1 C3 N ln lxxr Clflltfllli Nuttal Nnrnwn Nnmed cs Niwrwt Mxxrs He: nn .1... V .xm.. L.u,1.z. yaryrau. ltr r. ,.., ,, ..hI.lI'1CXX4f ......yVarw. Buddy Smith Dorothy Seabrook. Neal Vlmver. ,lam-t Sgitlcr. Lynn Yount. Rosemary Swisher. Sandra Scsslcr. 1- SCHOOL fhe zalzte o thc zzz laczzce of ATHLETICS on the lzzef o rtzzdezttx attezzclmg Milton Umon .fhoalcl not he wzelefertzmatctl Ltezz thore who ate not actzze nz zfzter fcholamc fpoftf get a gctzltzfze Jeme 0 pndc, accom zlzfhmerzt, ana' 6Ilf0J7N6Hl hy watchztzg the Bztllclovf 172 actzon Athletics promote fchool fpzrzt the hula' 0 spztzt which molclf a school zzzto a vztzgle znzzt worhzfzg togethef ot the gootl o zll Milton Uztzozz hat heezz hleffea' with Come ptettj an athletes nz pact jean atzcl zt If the hope and wzyh o ezefy ftztclent o thzs fchool that M U contzzttte to leaal the way nz v oftf zzz the jean to come ' 1 f1'f, 4 f' ff- ATHLETICS Z5 x ,ff f , MOST ATHLETIC i JF ' Yg-Eswxaf 'E 'U 5 N' Q ul xg' x' A: K l,l U 'f 'S nd .sl n j , 4' . ' - 'J ' I ' ' 'b " 2 5 6 Q if s 5 5 s Q r- " 4U as 45 as 5 57 48 30 54 47 ss ii' xi ' 'f I E :I+ E4 E3 sn Sl 52 2 K3 SB is 5 gF"z , x I B 4 5 Y , 137 .,"f 5i1 ill, aw! rg, 3 X T2 45 '43 44 av 45 as 3 Q f . ' ' fs ls I 4 ,lo high A fm 11 4 4 'llfykln -knxma' D XQJ- 1 fb lklfll Yun' 11' Ax 'a ur :L xl I 'wk f is K 1 - 4 ' - " N' 'Hgh N", PM 2' 3:9 hgqv' Xvm' x"11y ,-1 s 'n"'AA..t1 Q! H , 4 , ,f Z., , 4 7 a -'Q vu,- , , awe-X f- 342: 'Ed 'R gig 25125451 gr, , 5 o I l i ' A t i l 5 5 1 Z : 9 , , I , 4 l . 4-mu, Tap mu: Mr. William Ginn, Coach: Alan Stout. Ronnie Pcclc, john Huffakcr. Ken Hemmerich Bob Schul. Jerry Kinnison, Tom Louthan. Manager. Bolfom mu: Danny Hurley, Donnie Hall Ronnie Koogler. Dick Ovcrla. jerry Elliott. Gary lddings. 145 facile 1' i L yv x sex N l ra-ou 44:44 Twp l"1lL'f Mr. Robert Lung, Cmqlug Dmid XY'hirm,xn, Gwrdm HAH. Paul Lutz. Duk Clmcfcltcr PL-nmd Helmikk. .Ian Hiisong. M.m.1ger. Bf,.':f,w Mu- 'lid Frantz. Ralph Mnxhlu, DMM Shcllhmx Dec Ifmmz. -Luk R.1nd.xll, Marxin Svnmk I I 9 pw W KEN HEMBIERICH DONNIE HAl.l. V Cu-C.1fv1.1m Ca-C.1j1l.1m -Piqua ----"' AU-LLf.l,HllL' AU-Ledfllf ROOSQ-yclf VQVV Troy ,,..., Dunbar ,, .. Covington .,,,. 4' Madison ,Y,,.. Oakwood ,,., Eaton ....,,,.....,,,,, , 4' XY'cst Carrollton ,,,.,A "t Randolph Y,Y.,,,.,.... "' Tipp City ..., , "' Butler .,l..,l,lll Northridge ...,,, Miamisburg ,,,.,,,,,,,. T Springfield Catholic T Tecumseh .Y..,,,.....,. 'F League Game! T T0lH'II:lN16'7lf Camel MR. ROBERT LONG-A,rJf,r1ar1! Cnarb GARY IDDINGS RONNIE PEELE BOB SCHUI. All-League 7044 den SCHEDULE 1955-1954 We ,, 82 , 61 68 ., -42 57 .. 70 H 57 46 72 M81 65 72 54 61 55 416 Yfnl-1 52 72 6l 62 55 60 64 45 49 45 43 51 53 55 54 69 JERRY ELLIOTT All-League cam, ?an4 pzaad The 1955-5,4 basketball season ended Friday, March 6, when the Bulldogs were defeated hy Tecumseh in the District Class A Tournament. This was the last game for five seniors: Co-Captain Don Hall. 'lerry lflliott, Alan Stout. Gary lddings and Ronnie Koogler. Coach Bill Ginns charges had a very successful season. as they compiled a regular season record of 15 wins and 5 losses. Their only defeats came at the hands of Dunbar, Oakwood and Roosevelt. In tournament play they defeated Springfield Catholic. SS-34, in overtime play, and then lost to top-seeded Tecumseh, 69--46. For the third consecutive year, the Bulldogs cap- tured a part of the Southwestern Buckeye League Championship. Co-Captain Ken Heinmerich led all scorers in the league with a 21.7 average. This was Coach Ginns second year at Milton- l'nion. The future looks very hright for Mr, Ginn and the Bulldogs with this year's reserve squad having a very good record, Several of the reserve players will add strength to the varsity squad with their height, since a lack of height was the weakness in this years team. If these taller hoys can attain the scrap and hustle of this years squad. they will certainly make other teams fear Coach Ginn s HCiI'OXX'llf1y21 Bulldogs. ' DICK OVERLA DANNY HCRLEY RONNIIT KOOCQLIZR ALAN STOVT 1- E Q 6 . G ,L MR, XX'Il,I,lAM CilNN--Cut I JERRY KINNISON JOHN HVFFAKER 2 Mfxw Mlgvff' J...J....f -Q, JN MI Top row: joel Walker, Managerg Norman Stickel, jim Kinnison, Jerry Elliott, Ronnie Koogler, Dick Overla, Kenneth Shilt, Mr. Robert Long. Coach. Middle rouz' Ronald Macy, Ken Hemmerich, Gary Iddings, Don Plank, jim Thompson. Bartow rouu' Dick Sotzing, Phil Brumbaugh, Bill Yates, Norman Schul. N01 pirlured: Pete Puterbaugh. gewedall azeaantaefsl' The 1953 baseball team had a successful season winning 10 games and losing two. One loss was to Arcanum 5-1, which in a return game Milton won 5-1. The other loss was to a strong Dayton Roosevelt team. The league record was six wins and no losses which gave Milton the Southwestern Buckeye League championship. This makes the second year straight that Coach Bob Long's Bulldogs have either won or shared the title. Last year Milton was co-champs with West Carrollton. There were three highlights of the baseball season. The first was when our three pitchers, Kinnison, Sot- zing, and Brumbaugh, combined to pitch a no hit game against Piqua. The second was the 2-0 win over We They Piqua .,.,........... ..... 4 3 Arcanum .................. .. 1 5 Franklin-Monroe ....... .. 5 0 'k West Carrollton ...... ..... 2 0 4' Tipp City .......... ..... 1 1 5 Arcanum ......... ..... 5 1 "' League Game: West Carrollton which was revenge for last year's only league loss. The third highlight was the Trot- wood game which decided the championship. Each team went into the game with identical league records of five wins and no losses. Milton won 6-1 on a three hitter by Dick Sotzing. Two of the standouts on the team were Captain jim Kinnison and Dick Sotzing. jim handled 62 chances at first base and did not have an error. Dick won 4 games without a defeat. In 32 innings he gave up 15 hits and only four runs. The 1954 team will still have six lettermen and they are looking forward to a very successful season. 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Paul Varvel, jerry E111o11. JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL-wTop wut james Fryman. Managerg David Stine, Allan Swigart, Larry Pinkerton, Lloyd Goudy, Gary Minnich, Sandy Poling. jim Clary, jim Crew, Dewitt Sandifer, Richard Webb. Sam Helmick, jerry Oaks, Lee Dougherty, Mr. William Ballinger, Coach. Bottom raw: Fred Sanders, Managerg Terry Cummins, Robert Kimmel. Robert Felter, Duane Roush, Robert Wheelock, Tom Penny, Larry Honeyman, David Hines, joel Walker, David Schul, John Mishler. Om 7eam4 'ze ' edafffltie wee The junior high football team was coached by Mr. William Ballinger this year. Although the team finished the season with a record of two wins and five losses, Coach Ballinger was highly pleased with their performance. Coach Ballinger also was in charge of the junior high basketball team. This squad of boys finished its season with a fine total of eight wins and two losses. Mr. Ballinger singled out Larry Lair, the team's center, for his extra praise. This was Mr. john Brill's first year here at Milton-Union and one of his assignments was coaching the freshman basketball team. Coaching is nothing new to Mr. Brill, who has coached many sports at Dixon High School. His freshmen finished the season with a record of eight wins and five losses, including the two games they won to become champions in the Piqua Invitational junior High Tournament. Ip, - 'I 'Y s, I - 11 1. .Mm Vt: 4 5' mm- RE, 1.12. N 'inf imfm I sw r. Mxrfxl Daft. I-. Nm x 15.14 .w 7 ,hip I,w..f:3.m N?1:'fv. Kxrtg 'lm 'a N 11.1 "wth: "gc, K Ag 2 Awfru. Hu. M. ' 1. Ijwrzrm N 'IIN IJ.1:E1ru Mir: :. li - k Ii"5':'.1 filzfifafl Bah the mrszty .md rwcruu x.1lIc5im11I in ix vvm thru: Thllf' wx 'gj.lZNL'9. Th .imzty b.15kctb,11l uni um L1IibL.ifCf1 urfzl tha: Lv yggm- 1 1' thy 51-.ax-Nz: uhm they lm' to S1dm-5' by .1 wma- wt' 21-211 Huh gzrl U11 thu tmzti was lXN.ifLiCd .1 Silver lmiskulull Of the ffxycllcm ruwrd 7 RESERVE VOl,l.IfYliAl,l. 'IMI' wfzv Cwnniu Rlmmulu, Swrckccpug l5.ar'lw.1z'.1 Rwuxlm, Dwnrm lkrm A l .l 1 "l ,. A,-'x6l Karyn llLL'!ll.lIl. lixrlnr' Ntumr. Pngux Xml, Nally llllllflg, Clmvl l'lw1u-r, lSuu-flx NY'.1rm'11 lfl.11m- Ulwxn. Nxmy' lhlmlc, Su-n-luq-ur. liwflfm fffzlg Vlmlv Dulxry. l5u1'n.ulLm- Lutz. XJDIILIIL' l'fu1fI'4:1 lim-I Guy. NLll .'X-urwlw-ml, Elm' llurlcy, Suu IjL'tlCI'. Xmvrmd -lun Hikks. Sl1.lI'UH limwn, l'Rlf5llMAN V0l,l.lfYliAI.l. 'lffjf Mn, Vllalxiu lllltlllll. .lmm llullunlmmp, Suu Gilwlwx, l'.1t Sluifr. Virglnhz F.1l'IQDl'iHPl. lieth Ogan. l,iml.1 Vurc. Gerry Rgmll.1ll. VcrLl.1 15.11'm-N. lS.1Yl3.lI.l Sugar .flifddfe rffzu Ifllpn XX'r1gl1t. Xulllvg lluxby. Cmxlyn Ifiullnr. llgpln Crum, liutly Clmng-ll, lin Smith. -lucly Pfcxtfcr. I5--lvlml hl1llLI'. Cl.arisx.1 lXflI1lil'1L'I', liffflfm vffzw -luxly Ywunt. M.l1lum Turner. Nano' Pcarsun. Lil.1 XXv.lYHL'l'. NAUIUI Nuxmm, clL'UI'!l.1flI'lL1 l'rl.u. Alun PL-nm. Hamm 7539 nga? Hildebrand, janet Minniclm. 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V... X f any E34 5, J ' :V .. V dw K :LTTE i s : K I 1138- gh Q 27' e M , 4 , 4 il L , r ' In M 4 . HOMECOMING COURT Shirley King, Senior Attendantg Peggy Koogler, Queenl Norma jean Hicks, Sophomore Attendantg Marlene Turner. Freshman Attendant: ,lanet Gray. junior Attendant. aeeamwl ' Oaez The Covington ball game on October 23 was designated as homecoming night. The queen's float, decorated by the Tri-Hi-Y, was the center of attraction. The queen's iden- tity was kept a secret until Peggy Koogler was crowned by co-captains, Don Cummins and Ronnie Koogler. She and her attendants were clad in formals and fur capes, and each carried 11 bouquet a red carnations. The queens crown was made with white carna- tions and red rose buds. The Queen and her court viewed the ball game from the fifty yard line under a trellis of red roses. Thus the homecoming ceremonies of 1954 proved to be one of the very best. . rl.: IJ llI'.J'4'j'.,v,1::Z,, 1: C7 Sh 'Ibff rffu: Penrod Helinitk. Bob Schul. Joe Haines. Ken Hemmcrith, Paul Lutz, Vernon Smcdley. Middle row: Bob Hicks, Norma jean Hicks, Ellen Wright, Mary Crew, Sam Helmick. Barlow youu' Jack Cool, Sally Shellhaiis, Gary Iddings, Audrey Herz. No! ffirfrwtds jimmy Harshbarger. bl 2 " The Milton-Union Student Council was organized in 1948. This year, as in several previous years, the Council was responsible for having programs printed for the football and basketball games. Other duties of the Council were to appoint hall monitors, take care of the trophy cases, and to plan and carry out the Dad's Night program. They were always striving to improve the morale, conduct, school spiritgand the care and treatment of the building. As in the past, the Council took up collections for the junior Red Cross, March of Dimes, and Tuberculosis Association. 'Ivy' run: Mr. john Vfillianas, Adxisorg Penrod Helmick, Treas- urer: Paul Lutz. Reporter: Norma .lean Hicks. Secretaryz Mr. R. L. Osborne. Advisor. Bffllwfz mu: Ken Hemmerich. Vice Presidentg Gary Iddings. President. LT 7-51 CARI. FALI5 Edilffr' MISS l.l'CIl.l.l2 DUNN A11 Ifffv' 5 -v ,,--'W KV' X The 1935 edition of The Ecko won a "B" plus rating from the National Sthool Yearbook Association. and a second place rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. It was by far the best yearbook Miltonflfnion had produced up to that time. This year the staff has worked hard putting together what we believe to be the best annual to be turned out by the students of this school. Bigger and better pictures with less writing was the order of the day for this publication. and we hope you enjoy every hour you spend with this edition. Twp rout Roberta Helman. Barbara Brown, -laines Lea. Phyllis Mumford. Fowler Agcnbroad, Gayle Kessler. Sherynne Green. Athalene Goudy. Retta Schwartz, -Ioy Hainline. Lois Earhart. Buimm mic: Alice Lutz. Audrey Herz. Ted Frantz. Assistant Editor: Carl lfalh, Shirley King. Ronnie Koogler, Peggy Kooglcr. NU! jwrtunfdz Barbara Miller. f XY. 7 'L le? F up if i X 'fC Carl Falb, Assistant Editorg Audrey Herz, Bobbie Miller. Mardie Carew, Diana Hunt. Barbara Sellers, Gale Honeyman. Not pimzred: Eugene Oda. S640deh6W4'74Q00fml04 The entire staff of the Bulldog Bark, Milton-Union's school newspaper, attended the Miami Valley High School journalism Association clinic at McGuffey High School, Ox- ford, Ohio. Two members also attended the meeting of the Ohio State High School journalism Association at Ohio State University. National Scholastic Press Association, Columbus Scholastic Press and the Quill and Scroll all gave copies of the Bulldog Barl-: a second rating in the 1952-1953 contests. MISS BETTY JANE RHOADES Adzifor ATQDREY HERZ Editor g. The combined chorus of Milton-Union High School has grown to include more than one hundred members. The chorus had a prominent part on the annual Christmas pro- gram presented by the vocal music department, which included the operetta "The Christ- mas Bazaar" presented by the seventh and eighth grades. The piano quartet also played several numbers. On this program the featured work was again "'Twas the Night Before Christmas." The formal spring concert given April 30, featured the "Polovetzian Dances" from the opera Prime Igor by Borodin and Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus." Various members of the chorus and the boys' and girls' choruses also sang on assembly programs, a radio program and at Rotary Club. The piano quartet which began as an experiment had success sufficient to warrant mak- ing it more or less permanent. The quartet also had a group of numbers on the Spring Concert playing four pianos. 9 a I ea 0 , M' Top row: Nancy Pearson, Nancy Moses, Carol Hoover, Barbara Garber, Sonia Steiner, Sherynne Green, Athalene Goudy, Kay Urmey, Ronnie Peele, Jim Strohl, Bob Stauffer, Robert Lees, Jim Lea. Third row: Jane Kress, Mary New, Linda Puterbaugh, Joyce Bard, Joanne Holbert, Dorothy Surber, Donna Norris, Terry Holland, Gale Honeyman, Gary Minnich, Richard Johnston. Second row: Gerry Randall, Judy Pfeiffer, Peggy Koogler, Roberta Helman, Barbara Wright, Ann Warner, Marilyn Riggs. Jean Macy, Jan Hissong, Jim W'arner, Don Plank, Ted Wagner. Boltom row: Pegge Green, Lila W'arner, Aletha Sease, Carlene Grissum, Shirley King, Diana Hunt, Pat Smith, Joel Walker, Kenneth Hines, Conrad Sturch, Bob Schul, Jim Price, Jim Thompson. Not pirtufed: Lee Dougherty, Gerald Passon, Danny Hurley, Sandy Poling. PIANO QUARTET CONRAD s'i'i'Rf4H PHYLLIS MIAMFORD JANET GRAY MR. X5C'Il.I.lAM Riiiiy l I Top rozzx Duane Roush, jcrry jackson, Gary Mirlliim, Bubble Miller. lin-rnarlcnc Lutz. Elaine X5C'crtS, Shirley Brown, Donna Davidson. Donna Ferris, Carolyn lficrllcr, Virginia lllrrcnkrmpf, Linrla Vurc. 'I find mu: -liwlin Hllfl-.lliL'f. -Icrry lflliutt, Paul V.1rxcl, ll.lflW.iT.i Stagur, l'.it NL-ff, -Lmis Wkrtx. Blarilyn Neff. lilriinc Oburn, -liry H.1inlinc. Sue Gibbs, Mary Ann Yirunl. Srrffmf iwzi. 'lim Vl'liccl- rick. jim Vallicu, -lurk Owl. Marlene Turner. jurly O.ik5. Doris Eil-ccnlwcrry. Nurnm -lean Hirks, Nanncttc Pfeiffer, Nanny lhrslilmrgcr, lmix Earlmrr. Sliirluy liyrl-cert. Hfffffiw vwzz. lirul Dcttcr, Rwlwcrt Kimmel. M.11'tl1i1 Surlwr, Ncllic liiixlwy, 'lam' Prim-. Siilly SllC'lll1.i.lN. Aliic lfic l.Litf. B.il'lW.lI'.l l-.mJis. Phyllis Numlivrrl. Arlcnc Hulk. ,l.1l'lL'l Ciixiy. Sally Pwling. Mr, XYilli.1m Rilcy. Dircrtiwr. Nez ,'1if1iu'ud: Barbara Miller. Donnie Hall. 1 ' I 'I "Ai"-.V x I' ., I 'N -,,.g vw fs? ,. ki W,-LL AXKX Y-mn.. The Milton-Union Band was a very active organi- zation and made a great many appearances in the com- munity during the year. Each year the band has shown improvement in both marching and playing ability under the direction of Band Director, Lawrence Fra- zer. During the football season the band presented a marching show at each home and away game under the leadership of janet Gray. our new Drum Major- ette. Following the marching season the band was re- organized as a contert organization. During concert season the band played for a hockey game at the Hobart Arena, exchanged assembly programs with the Newton High School Band, gave assembly programs at home, presented their annual concert on February 25, entered district contest at Vandalia, participated in Miami Valley Band Festival held at West Alexan- dria on May 14, and presented an outdoor concert at the end of school. The pep band is a group of twenty-two players from the senior band, who under the direction of james Lea, student director, played for all pep as- semblies, basketball games both at home and away, and at other occasions where the full band could not function as easily. 447 7941: an 544446 .lege 'lbji mu 5 Rosalie Mote. joy Puterhaugh. Harriet Hildebrand, judy XX'erts. Mr. Lawrence Frazer. Direttorg Eugene Hunt, Daxid Sthul, Edward XXX-her. jim Lea. Don Spitler. jim Harshbarger, Don Thompson, Penrod Helmick. jim New- man. Sandra lieard, Nancy XX'ooley, Ronald Albert, Teddy Pearson, Hans Marlcland, lwlark Hainline. jeannie Furlong, Don Plank, johnny Fisher, joe Haines. Allirfdfi wily' Carolyn Fiedleri Sue Pootk. Donna Sowing, Gene Fasitk. Gary Myers. Stewart Miller. Tom Penny, Kent Brown. Robert Stiohl. Carolyn Hall, john Mishler. Louise Paulus, judy Yount. janet lfarhart. Monte McDowell. Paul Stliellhaas, XY'ayne Spitler, Don Shaffer. Vernon Smedley, jr,, judy Baker, Sylxia Oxerholser, Mary Crew. Boltwfz win Beverly Foster, Barbara Bennet, Alice Fae Lutz, Roberta NXfooley, Sunny Rae Knife, Phyllis Mumford, judy Thompson, juli- ene Hunt, jimmy Pearson. judy Hildebrand, Ned Shuttle- worth. Carol lwluniford, jerry Minnich, Don Purkeypile. M.1jfm'11ei: janet Gray, Drum Majoretteg Toni Snyder. Ann Blackmore. Diane Horner. Georgiana Price, Carol Falh. NUI pirlurcd: james Crew. STRING ENSEMBLE BIIVLRLY XVARNER l'1fff,'f1 NORMA FETTERS I mini SALLY SHELLHAAS VMI.: GAYLE KESSLFR VMI.: MR. LAVURENCE FRAZER Ari'ffn1ff,1r11 il The unior Band is a trainin' or 'anization for the Senior Band. Each 'ear the is fa l organization presents a concert in the spring for the Band Parents Association. They tontinue work through the summer preparing for senior band work. '7 7:40 of ' Tuff mu: Allen Netzlcy. Douglas Steincr, Leland Garber. Douglas Cress, Craig Brown, Douglas Midlam. Preston Mote. De Witt -lay. Sammy Hissong. Carl Buhe. Middle mu: Ronnie Hale. Brentla Strohl. Linda Clary. Ann Markland. -limmy Smith. Carolyn Furlong, Ned Shuttleworth. Darrell Saunders. Paul Hershberger. Phyllis Wy'rit'k. Connie Deeter. Douglas Stoner. Daymon Saunders. Keith Brown. Bofmm mu: Kathleen Stine, Billy Lea. -Io Ann Macy, Susan Miller. l'l.ii'h.ira Tinnerman. Tommy Gray. Carolyn Minnith, .ludy Sotzing. Connie Thompson. jimmy Elliott. Okey Bragg. N01 ffirlufedi Linda Manson. Diane New, Niles jay. vnu am 1 mm 'Z' xl xv 4 'tx L' f x ' Ylvfl run" hldfelll' Cirevx. -lane Slmntk, Ci.rlt Hivneiiimri. Cjerie Hunt. Sully Puling. f..1rrrl Homer. Mf.fJ.'l wrr: -l.1ne Kress, Vl.rnet Crm, Berry Clrmxell. K.iien Bee-m.in, Donn.i Dmitlsiin. lil.iine Olwiirn liffffffnf rffzi' Mui Nev. D1-nn.i Nilllflll. l.1n llissnnu. ,lminne Hollvert, Xsnnerte Pfeiffer. Nix , ",' ifnieli Relvethi Kirlwy, Huh Stnritter. Nunii Moses, Ifimlnr Agenlwrnml 16:7 4317 A future teaeher is .ln investment in tomorrow .mtl in the future of the world. lfelueation ol' the young people is lvetoming imreusirigly IINIXUFLIIH .rs the years priss. while the number ot' people whitli is to bring this eelue.1tion to tomorrows eitizens is becoming smaller in proportion to tlie need. This elub, uneler the guielante of Miss M.1r.1belle Dielcey .Ind Mrs. Bereniete Kerr. is one ot' the most important in the whole school. Their work intreases Ameriels import.mee .ind world leaelersliip. Y' n-.-A-, 'lluti wrt: lane Slmimlsz. 'l're.is- ' ' ' urerg Silly Poling. Qirul Homer. Mrs. Bereniete Kerr. Advisor. i I U ..,,-.-.,, Bfsfifm vm: Nannctte Preirrer. QI Sceretaryz Fowler Agenbrtmd. Presitlenti janet Gray. Vite Pies, itlenr. 'lhfi wing ,Line Slmntk. Secretary. 'lginet Rudy. f,l'l.llNl.1lI'l. Vluline Seliellhms. Tressurer. B 0110 nz wzix' Cmvle Kessler. Presidentg Miss Lucille Anderson. Advisori Nell Agenhriiad. Vice President. A faith in God is important in a nation's life as vvell as in the life of the individual. It is with this belief that the girls in Tri-Hi-Y, with Miss Lutille Anderson as advisor, are trying to entourage an inereiise in spiritual living, They m.1int.iin that spiritual life need not only be solemn, but fun and entertaining as well. This elub together with the Hi-Y organization, was in charge of the Tligmksgiving. Christmas, and Easter assembly programs. As sponsors of the Homecoming festivities, the girls made the queens float for the Homecoming parade. . 0 .0 Top max' Nnney hfoses. Gayle Kessler. blanet Rudy. ,lane Shantk. K.1i'en lit-eni.1n. Jilrfiffi rffzi: Nriney XX'ooley. Sandra Beetley. Mary H4-neyiiun. -Iuline Sihellh.i.is. Nell Agenhrond. lifirff in ifzu: Joanne Holhert. Connie Rhoades, Sonia Steiner. Bonnie Shelley. Bonnie C.ii.ite. Nur fflufni-4.1. Dunn.1 Davidson. 1 XI X u nf': T X14 -1 X ? i ga ur I M HN 1 5 X x 'IWJY inn' li.llVh Mislrlvr, lim-h Smutfur. ,lolin l'lllfVl.llKtI, Alan Ntrnit, -Luk li.inii.ill Unk flint-fcltur I3ff.'.'f,n1 rffzi: linh llitks, Iohn Curr-ill. liiul l.ut1, linz Prnt: I-'oxxlur Agtiihi-nad lun lliswrig: D.l'.id XX'hitin.in. ,'n'i.'nfl.f Ylinw lint. liizgc-in Hum, liwnnit Pult '4 lege The lli-Y Ol'g.lI1iZ.iIlUI1 is thc tountcr nm oi' tht- 'liri-Hi-Y under thu dircttion of the YMCAS of thc world, Their aims .irc thc s.unu: C.hristi.in living, moral uplifting, .ind showing that Ll Christian lite is .1 good life, Mr. Russel Lutz is the new Hi-Y adxisor this year, and undcr his direction the offitcrs attcndcd Qunp Kcrn. The prcsidcnt. Fowler Agcnhroad, and thc vigc prcsidcnt, -lohn Hullllikcr, also wcnt to Ciunp Nelson Dodd. The boys with thc girls of thc Tri-Hi-Y to-sponsored thrcc assembly programs. I . 1. Duk Clinqttltcr ic.- rcturi. Al.1n Sr-uzt, C-h.1g'l.iin. l D . ,I Tr. Y irc Prcsldcnf. lit h Ntiutrcr. Rcgwrtur. Hi-li Hull. I it-.1 urc., Bf .. , v It . .Ru .1 .. xi ri Pow- lcr Agt-nhrtud. Prcsidcnt, 'lwfflft wrt' Arlene llttlc, l5.1rh.11',t Cmrhtt. -l.illt'l Rtxtlv. 'l I'L'1.t Nttmwet. lit1w1Z'tt:. Dttnrn Xyvlxll' titer. M,,1...1 1.11 SlllYlLX lst-11111. lltrttztq Dt1m1.1 91-tx1r14 lla-um llhglzu Mtv 'Il1e+1..1 5tt1tlv11.1le. IX11'-lX41l'. 11' ff, 1 :t N.1r1tl:.1 lum- lcxy 'I'1t.1x1.:1: Dtll.1 litr1f.1ll Yrte l'1'u1.:tr1t Myrrm Dt-trtth llrtmitnt lS.1:'h.1t.1 l..1m 111, SL'tI'Ll.iI'. Even tl1e Looks in the oltl Clays knew th.1t the 11411 to .1 111.1113 l1e.1rt w.1x through his sto111.1el1. Mus The0tlor.1 Stotkstl.1le suggebtm tl1.1t thiy is Olllf' .1 part ot suhjett 111.1tter t.1ught. Other pl1.1st-Q of the l1or11e111.1ki11g PFOLQFQIIIU imlutle l-Llllllly' rela- tions. home fur11isl1ir1gs. t1r1tl tlothing. The stutlentw 111 ht1r11e t't0r1o111it5 not only have this suhjett matter in class. hut prac- tice it in their l1t1111es. 74e70aqda4 Zz? Trfllt r'ozt.' Dec Ann XY'estf.1ll. Dllflillly' Stzrher. B.1rh.1r.1 Cv.lI'lWtI'. Ilvfiiltl btrawscr. S.1ntlr.1 Vfcvlte, ,l.1net Ruth, Cmwl Iltwmer. ,lane Prlte, .lulinc SLllt?lll!.1.1x Virginm l7.1rrer1lct1pf. lieu-rly XY'.1rner, Tlim' wfzt: Altte lrllt Lutz. C.1rul 151111111-1'sl1ine, Dtfr1r1.1 lfcrrlx. C,h.11ler1e Pierte. D1.1r1e Homer. B.1rh:1rg1 I-.1I1allS. S.1mlr.1 lieetley. Lou Ann Vfilscwn. Bdl'l7.1F.1 Oalu. Nellie Busby. lNIyrn.1 Detrith. Stfwzd mtl. ,l.1net Pxerte. Dt1nr1.1 XY'l11t11ier. B.1fl'7.lI',1 Billltr. Dt-l11l11ne lltzher. Arltne lletk. Vertl.1 l5.1YI'lL'5. l.c1rttt.1 Huglmex, l5t1m11e Cf11.1ttq D1vt1r1.1 Stllllltl. M.1rx Xen. -l.H1L' Krew. I3f..','f,n, rf tt: K.1y lfrmey. Della Kendall, -lutly O.1ks. Peggy Hughes. Lrnx l?.11'l1.11't, Nttrrzyt lfetterx. ,Ivy H.1inline. Shlrley lirt1ur1. l'.1tty Neff. -lutly Duke-1. AX 'f.. ' jh'1'11w-. ".' Rehett.1 lixthx. llLI'Il.ltlL'DL' l.11t1. ,G SJ H' x sq., '.l.x :fqg.,..vg 80:0 A H. ' f 6 .2719 ' Q .- gg "ww QE .Q V Twp mu: -lurly l,ULlfll.ll'l. Virginia lfxrrerikupf, Clgmil llumer. Chiylc Kewler. lieth Ogain. Nancy Pnnrk. Shcrynnc Green. line Price. Mrrrdic Curr-up 'Ilfrml 1-Url y -le-.in Macy. -Lirkic Buehler. Ann Wlrrner. Mary Ann Ynunt. Nanry H.irsl1lw.irgcr. Lou Ann XYilwn. -lrmn lfullcnkrimp. Pat Smith. Sue Saul. Siunnf 7'ffl4f -lmli' 'l'liumpsnn. -lily l'lurley. Sunil Ncinrr. CLeur'gi.1nn.i Prine. Carolyn Fiedler. Verda Barnes. liirlmira Stager. Betty Crowell. Diana Hunt, Bffzzffm 11,145 ,lurly Dickey. Norma jean llirlv. Aliic Penny. Mirlenc lurnr-r. Dunn.: Nwrrix. N.lIlDL'IlL' llferffcry Nnnry Pearson. Roberta I-lelman. Nw! 1fir1nf.J. l.ll'lxl.1 Putcrlmirgli. -lnycc liml, Hpzmf , YJ 'IVf,'f vnu' Qicivrgianni Price. Ellen Vfriglit. ,linly l.nutl1.1n. ,lily Hurley. Repr'ewnt.1tiies1 Sue lfetrer. Reporter. Bmwv. nwu: Nanny l-larshbarger. Secre- Lrry: llxgugy' Kimgler. Presirlenti Bliss Lu- rille Anrlr-rwn. Arluiwr. Shirley King. Vue Prwirlc-nr1 Dnnni Nrirrii. Treawr- er YI T ...... nf J ., Tap rffuz' Beverly W'arner, Karen Beeman, Carole Plank, Barbara Sellers, Sally Poling, Peggy Saul, Esther Steiner. Linda Vore. Pat Shuff. Third wuz' Elaine Oburn, Myrna Detrich, Sue Gibbs, Gerry Randall, Audrey Herz, Shirley King, Connie Rhoades, Nancy Oburn, Pegge Green. Second wuz' janet Gray. Nellie Busby, Donna Ferris, judy Pfeiffer. Nell Agenbroad. Clarissa Minkner, Ellen Wright, Naomi Newman, Barbara Roush. Bottom rouz' janet Minnich, Sharon Brown, Darlene Minnirh, Lila Warner, Sue Fetter, Peggy Koogler, Harriet Hildebrand, Judy Yount. Not pictured: Bobbie Miller. Bernadene Lutz, Melissa Bainbridge. ' If C06 Sports build character, make friends, and give relaxation not only to any boys who par- ticipate in them but to the girls who through the years have gained an increasing partici- pation in interscholastic sports. The benefits gained through athletics in physical better- ment is equaled by learning the advantages in comradeship and team play which will be used throughout life. The girls of the GAA are doing their part to improve tomorrow by learning cooperation with others. Throughout the year they have participated in many activities including swimming at the "Y", a Christmas party, a covered dish supper, and a sport night in the spring of the year. The three main activites were the Sweetheart Hop held on February 13, when 'lane Price reigned as queen, the annual banquet in May when Miss Lucille Anderson, the ad- visor, gave the trophies for the most outstanding player and the most outstanding member and other awards, and the interscholastic volleyball and basketball games. lfffi mu: 'Iohn l-luffaker, Sttretary: M Pet-le. Treasurer. Boflom wuz Alan Stout. Presitlentg Dick Overla, Vite President. 3 1 I ' I It J., A at .: 4 1 r. XXillll.UlT Ginn. Advisorg Ronnie The Varsity "MW Club is entirely new this year and is under the direction of Mr. Xlifilliam Ginn. These eighteen boys are the typical example of athletes here at Milton- Union High School. Clad in their white sweaters with red letters, blue slacks and white shoes. they are the shining example of fair play and good sportsmanship. These boys have a head start on tomorrows lite by being able to participate in athletics and to learn the value of team play and spirit. m 0 0 Tru mu" ack Randall Ken Hemmerich ohn Huffaker Ronnie Peele Alan Stout Third mu' 1 . j. i . . .J . , . . . Bob Schul, Dee Frantz. Ralph Mishler, Marvin Swank. Sewrzd mu: Gary Iddings. jim Prite, Fred Louthan. Don Plank. Robert Herkins. Bfillwn mu: Tom Louthan. hlvrry Elliott. Dick Overla, jim Vallieu. Mr. Vfilliam Ginn. Advisor. - l 0 .n I I C1 iz li x T . Y 7 ,' ' ' t'-T HU, 1: M W -3 3 fs Q k , . I .x I I. .u r. - I It -K , .v. W. ., ,U L3-Q 'T ipaq O 'I ,fn rail Niixxlirliilili l'l"l'.ll'il"liR Rtymmlt 1' rmxiri GRAY Virt Pit ' ROISIQRT HVRKINQ 'I ii.w.witi Nl'I.I. AUIQNISRC DAD St rit,'.zi'y Jul! ' Hf,,'.'ffN. will .' NANf Y i iifxizsisiisfxiaciiiil Pit iff: PII MR4. l'iA'l'Hl.EEN Cililiil INC, .'i.Z:.- f i The Dramatics Cluh uroyiilcs its mtmhcrs with a moans ot' scltifcx wrcssion through , I . . .. l , 1 plays and gives an opportunity to learn proper tcghniquc lirst hantl untlcr supervised in- struction. By giving plays in assembly Cach month, the cluh gays primary acting cxpcri- cntc to its forty members. In aaltlition to the plays, thc tluh gain a radio hroadtast our XWPTXW. . . Tuff wfzz' Xanax' Harshhargcr. -ltitly l.niithan. liarhara Volcc. Shcrynnt- Ciirnn, Nanly Pootlc. Rivhurt Hcrlcins. Sally Poling. Carole Plank. Mary ,lane Kcttlclialxtz Ruth Slit-.ii't-ig lain Ann XY'ilsor1. Xllidrfft wit: Nancy Ohurn, Shirley King, Connie Rhoatles. Phyllis Cook, klanitc Dcarth, Carl lfalh, Pat Shuff. Havcl Crawfoiml. Martlic Carcw, Ann XX'arner. Sonia Steiner. liffflffw ivfzrx Harriet Hiltlu- hranil. Pat ipitlti. Darlcnc Minnith .Itnly 'l'liiiinpsim Nannuttt Pttittii, llixt- XY'liitman, Naimii Newman. Nt-ll Agcnhroatl. 'lanct Ciray, Donna Norris, alanine Visits. ,NWI 1f1i'f11ftJ.' Bcrnatlcnc I.L1fl. ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN was a play based on true intidents from the life of Rev- erend W'illiam Spence. a Methodist minister who seemed to have the lcnaek of finding communities that needed some religion, Carl Ealh and Alite Lutz were Rev. and Mrs. Spenee. Ronnie Koogler portrayed the young Hartzell who wrote the hook from which the play was taken. The play itself was a de- lightful mixture of humor. dram a. and pathos. SENIOR C.A5'l7 -luline Sthellhaas. Ciayle Kessler. Myrna Detrith. Alite Lutf. lim-,ler Agenhroad. Don lilileis. Alan Stout. Shirley King. She-rynne liieen. f,ail lxilh. Mi, XXilli.iiii Riley. Diiett-ir. l3ffJ.'fiffQ iwzi: Rolwerta Htlinan. 'lov Hainline. liar- haia Miller. -lerry lilliott. 'lark family Patil Varxelq 'lanet Rudy, Ronnie Koogler. Q ,uv-f a 4l 'ffw 1227 '74 70 .Uma .watt 1-iz.: Sally Sehellhaas. ,loy Hainline. Rt-herta Helman. Audrey Herz. Bff,','wr.' rwiix Ed- ward Stringer, Stage Manager. Donnie Hall. Don Plank. R.'gZ'.'. wifi ifizix' Aliee Lutz. Shirley King. Don Ehlers. Barbara Miller. Sherynne Green. Bwrnvs was Paul Varxel. Ronnie Koogler. Carl Ealb, Gary Iddings. 4 X 'gap ,A I. All QUIET EVERYBODY was a play about the Homey family and the troubles lfather had when lie tried to have gi quiet household in order that he inight tlose a big deal with ' t A the representative ol' the Groterk Assotia- tion. Carl lfallu and Sally Shellhaas were starred. The tast probably enjoyed the play as muth, if not more than the audience. and who ean forget Barlwara's "Bugs for the Professor." The junior play was under the direttion of Mr. XY'illiam Riley. with Gayle Kessler and Athalene Cloudy as student di- reetors. .A . 2 JT? Tfijv run: ,lay Hainline, BArh3r.1 Brown. Connie Rhogides, Pit Smetlley. Bfflffmi' mil: Darlene bfi n. nith. Donna Nirrris. C.irol Biiahlei, Nw! jifrlzntif' Nanny Moses, Girls working in the office of the super- al intendent, Mr. O. E, Bube, gain a great de of experience by working with the PBX tel phone system, and by typing and filing. Q- Abuiu Roberta Helmim. Sherynne Green. Lou Ann Wilscvn. Linda Vore. Shirley King .and Pegg, Koog.,ler. Right Melissa Bainbridge, Esther Steiner. Vlud Louthan. Pat Spitler. Sonia Steiner. and Mar Honeyman. ,Yol fffffllfrdf 'Ioan Layer. V y 5. PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE ff ,Q 'A Filing, typing, registering grades, and issu- ing absence lists are some of the many ae- tivities of the office workers in Mr. R. I.. Osborne's office. 'ia I THE BEST TEACHER hfarv 'lane Kettlehake. .lane Price. Mr. Byron Stoner. Alanct Rudy. Xauiiii Newman, In the office of Mr. Byron Stoner, Clerk- Treasurer ot' the Board of Education, the girls are diligently involved in typing, post- ing. using the adding machine. and in an- swering telephone calls. Twp mu: Ruth Shearer. Lou Ann XY'iIson. L'na Rae Sweeney. Carol Buehler. Nellie Busby. Bar- bara Brown. Athalene Gcvudy. .vol frir1ured.' Bar- hara Volce, Miss Betty jane Rhoades' commercial room office girls have many varied and interesting jobs including checking sign-out sheets, an- swering the telephone, and running errands. Pat Shuff. Nancy Moses. Mrs, Oneida Minnich. Principalg Barbara XY'eilcert. Bernadene Lutz. Retta Schwartz. No! f7IL'i'IH'c'd.' Carole Plank. Joyce Bard. Sue Gibbs. Mrs. Oneida Minnich, principal of the elementary school, gives her office girls needed experience by doing typing, receiving telephone messages, and distributing materi- al to other teachers. . f W 1 4? ,- 'T , 'H K I X aa I N,-.L .r x Mlulnrulnt SIIHLIIJlN'tQIXLIlIUIl1FQL x1Kg111Iu.xr1t si1XiSlUI1SiIlAfllfllll-l'IllOI1Hlgh Nlwul-tlmc mmol-QS. thc nL1xImi1.1r11. .Mini tha lwui Jmmrx Tu Kwok Ihr. ru kln-.1n.1I'1cr, .md tutr.ll1sVurI the SILIJCIIIS uf'M1llon- lhxou Hmgh Sdwol IS ,1 mu nr cmdinlg msk. Thaw .lrc thc puvplu uhm do the jolw ufuzu Vflhlllll thinks or rulmlglmxtmm, COC rm Ruse-. MM XL-U14-5. Dvliluht Shuff. Iiuwg Frm. Ifzmml Flmy, Cfuwrgia 1.3-fm. ns 0 S? 1 , 2 2 JK5fVL1m.1 Shn.irc1'. Dum Pmrwn. 'Inn Ifhlprx, Dwmthy Dxtmu, P.zuI1m Xxliymiu 4. i 4' 3 rx,- IW Q IJ! M52 ,W 4 b 5105 N Suu 'S DRIVERS--Clnllwcrt RL-inlxcrr, Cla-vc Klcplngcr. GL-1'.1l.l Rims. D.1lc I-wKis. liill Stmwscr, Frc.l Hall. D.mic-l lfnglv. Luc Iliswng, Otm lilifrirf, -Iwlm W1-.1Xc'r. 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Minnich, Jess Cassell, Dale Youni' I sr, ' nf 1 ,- f f ti I. v T KESSLER HEATING COATE'S BURIAL VAULT Ronnie Koogler Mr. Floyd Kessler Calvin Brumbaugh GAINES' FURNITURE Gary Iddings Myrna Deirick KENNY'S DRUGS Ronnie KoogIer Joan Layer LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS IN THE MIDWEST H. A. POWELL S+udios "Pho'rography aI Hs Bes+" MICHIGAN and OHIO Farmers S+aI'e Bank Englewood, Ohio The Friendly Bank Wifh CompIe+e Banking Service MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Deposi'rs Insured +o SI0,000 WESTERVILLE CREAMERY ROARK'S FUR SHOP Alan Sfouf Barbara Brown Shirley King Fred Loufhan 105 N ER S concnsez GYM STElNER'S READY-MIX Bill Huber, Ed Sfringer, Diclc Hemmerich 'f 'r if ' K ELLIOTT'S SERVICE- STATION HUSTON HARDWARE Audrey Herz Jerry EllioH Arlene Heck Paul Varvel We wish +o express our apprecia+ion . . . To 'lhe businessmen who purchased +he ads for our annual . . . 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