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

 - Class of 1955

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HI mmlIlWI'IT'Il' 'YTTFYTYTUT1' HW' We Q .W 'R' THE ECHO Volume XI 1954 1955 MILTON UNION I-IIGI-I SCHOOL West Milton, Oh1o ' 'Ll' .W , 'x...,f ' H! ,......... 13 -.-:.-:sz ' !' HHH ' .o. , , I .ax f 2 ' m I 'Q M.. .- .. I 1 I 1 1 X ' 1 W W5 3' I V 1 I . w JY' WWI ' , l:-ffm mfg., - .i-QI 77' H r 1. ' F V . K I fn I Q M W 13' 1 ,.H .W 1 ' 1 5. A ll' 4-0 x Q, 5 ,. I .o . ' ' zz! v X X W w My It q on-M4 , 1 Y .,,,v ...-.. .4 u . 'Q -- A K - - , , . ,Q A ' 5 "5'f',,, ,K .x -Q 6. if 2-eff , .f. ,- l 4Ufiit '- ' " " " -' " 1' ' 5' 'a 'svn' WU wif ', . m'o"'x6ff' 'L' A. Z .Y SKYZIWQUA wg? Mtg ,"?"fQ'i-:3.xgEhn?mf'f' .Q.e-ff- 'qfw fsgf' gqzgyf-F Me, 4 - - , 39 xuf. Q Q fit yy , ,WPT 'Gifs flzggwxg LW ?-nh, ," 1145- 1 1 N1 :ii E f 1 , fqg nf., 1 wg ' 1 -01' ,tw fug 'W L ,f ,U 2, Mws- I K K 1,1 K X gk I 9 1 11" il st bt IX!! is K 1 c. ll-I i '11, -L -1 H.. Q. lx le qgillt . 1 A .N I , ' , 9 a,. x. , pq Q if, 1, ag SU I, 45,2 PM V8 A I r ,xgv ,I - -.44 , - E. ,I . 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Wlayne Beetle-y, Jim Davis. Jim Baker. Carl Buhe. Barry Brown. Greg Ditmer. gm TH- 1 f' nrfirizi E K 11 - A' ,. 1 L I i E gnsnicgf 2. H x ' 1 X i I :F- 11:31 ' ,g. I ' W , - 3: CL "il l l " 'ir V ' -- r'.llJ,LLQ.Ql l i I ff ily L' i. f L. fr 5 CV' P' '53 f Ii 8 ist ! fn o , " M - li .J X -l First row: David Kingrey. Bob Honeyman, Kenneth Flora, Tommy Fields. Paul Hershberger, Leland Garber. Dee Jay, Johnny Hosbrook. Mr. Dale Cummins. Advisor. Second row: Nancy Huber, Sharon Hartley, Joanne Fetters. Ruth Ganger, Sheryll Hart. Marsha Kemp, Susan Kerr. Third row: Mike Humphrey, Sandra Harry, Joy Gibhoney, Jo Ann Gingrich, Jane Harshbarger, Carolyn Furlong. Richard Johnson. Back row: Billy Lea, Charles Ganger, Glen Kendall, Tommy Heffelfinger, lnts Kale-eps, Jesse Haines, Jay Krug, Russell Honeyman, Tommy Gray. Not pictured: Kathleen Stine. John Thompson. Looking back Jane remembers being a seventh grader. Cotillion, junior high sports. and, tmost of alll the thrill of being in the new building with all of the CC v V I grown-up students-all these were welcome new experiences to us. . .Greg , . I . , ' .-1 . - . V: 9 I 0 xl , is 4 - I , . P, i', T ., ' fy!! " ff ' wr l 1ssl'2 . , . ,A '5 '.s- .' f .a-v we . W . nw, 1 1 ' "' 4 ,fl '. f, T - FTEIQQ' . TT' ak? 'e 2-: 'u-'W " Iii' it 5- H159 'ri' 1 L-aifgf f 1 . fi.. ,, V f' I P5 ' -1-f .. First row: Jerry Sehwartz. Pat Mote. Jerry Pierce. Nevin Rohrer. Charles McNair, Jimmie Oburn. Stanley Hagel. Teddy Oaks. Cary Pie-ree. Second row: Patty Meliritle. Connie Rogers. Susan Miller. Linda Manson. Judy Sotxing. Mary Ann Niswonger. Linda Rathfon, Carolyn Minnich. Third row: Niareeille Pearson. Judith Sherman. Charlotte Smith. Diana Seheuringz. Joanne Macy, Ann Nlarklanrl. Cynthia Hike. Karen Meflriff. Bark row: David Paulus. David Newman, Allen Netzley, Preston Mote, Cary Reeher. Ronnie Mr-ad. Bueky Northrup. Stephen Michaels, Ronnie Pardue. Jimmy Smith. If First row: Tom Voke. Raymond Watson. Betty Wise. Beverly Walker. Patricia Todd. Karen Swisher, Don Webb. Kenneth Sowry. Second rnu': Karl Williams. Doug Stoner. Nancy Strawser, Beverly Thornburg, Barbara Tinnerman. Judy Tyson, Tom Wagner. Don Wolfe. Third row: Marilyn Wright, Joy Wheeloek, Carol Werlingr. Sandra Swigart. Connie Thompson, Carolyn Wright.'Connie Stockslager. Bm-If row: Jim Yates. Joel Vanrlerburgz, Neal Young. Walter Steele. Richard Webb, Douglas Steiner. Teddy Weeks, Lowell Wade. Billy Titcombe. I- .L ft l Y if 1 EIGHTH GRADE Q zrczxtnz - 1 D. :cart ,I ' I C ' ' -, ' , Ezgcgigz' J , ' '. I K 2:11311 ' 1 , ' r Izcfzxjr i l ,Q 0 ,. 3 C f . '-i L1-L x,. Q-'F lahgc I ' V A 1 I "'.,g3Ef1:.JC?1 , 1 l 1 i L-2' 4 3. n"' 1.1 First row: Dickie Downing, Terry Joe ffummine. Rollie llrewer, Ronnie lie-Seeker. Dean Cline felter, Riehard Rooher, Hrs. Edith Nolmle, Mlvisor. Svrnml row: fir aig llrown, John llerzins, Marvin Dehloss. Eldon llavideon, Donald lirr-wr-r. Half- Brewer. Third row: Dork llarnea 1 Loraine Earhart. Pat Dearth, llereniee- flaxperson. llarlrura Elieker. Nl:-lanie Arnett, Janet llaker. Back row: Nancy llattson. Barbara Donohoo. llarlmra live-tley, Priseilla Brubaker, Carolyn Carew, Linda Eulmank, Virginia Antonidei. Yo! liirlurerl' ,lt'Y'lllll llaker, Jim liuehler, ,lohn Curtis. First row: Danny Hancock, Gerald Hoshrook, Richard Idle, Fred Kingrey, Terry Humphrey, Mike Goldberg, Fred Farrell, Mae Fenton. Second row: Estra Heitzman, Sunny Rae Knife, Helen Ciblroney, Sue Folks-r, Sue Fields, Mary Jones. ,luilene Hunt, Louise Green, Sandra Garber. Third row: Ivan Harry, Suzanne Foreman, Mary Krug, Carol Falb, Judy Henderson, Arlene Kessler, Nancy Freeman. ,lan Hunt. Back row: Larry Honeyman, Ronnie Hale, Dean Jackson, Bill Hay, Raymond Hoover. Paul Hoover, Kenneth Johnson, Sammy Hissong, Robert Hale, Ernest Canger, Eddie Farrell. Not pictured: David Hines. Then came the eighth grade. None of us will ever forget that year when parties and dating hegan to mean something in our lives. Remember our first "real lovesw? Ted remembers his first love was Janet. -ar 'O Qu... First row: Carl Moore, Junior Paulus, Jim Plank. Dickie Pierce, Roger Mote, Glenn Mumford, Larry Pierce. Second row: David Schul. Jim Marcum. Ronnie Morris, Teddy Pearson. Daymon Saunders, Paul Riffell. Monte Mr'D0well. Hans Markland. Third row: Doug Lyons, Doug Midlam, Rex Pierce, Jerry Oaks. Paul Schellhaas. John Mishler. Pat Ronicker. Scott Lair. Hawk row: Darrell Saunders, Helen Rogers, Janet O'Dell. Ruth Landis, Myrna Mote, Connie Miller, Melanie Roush, Berlin Paulus. Not pictured: Bertha Adkins. ! ,MTIM First row: Richard Sibert, Gary Studebaker. Presidentg Dick Wheelock, Wayne Spitler. Bruce Spitler, Ronnie Sweeney, Jan Wheelock. Justus Sowry. Second row: Ronnie Wilson, Judy Stager. Judy Snyder, Treasurer: Elaine Tisor, Patty Zellers, Donna Urmcy. Winnifred Wyrick, Michael Wieser. Third row: Lila Stoffel, Judy Van Kirk. Judy Werts. Nancy Stoutt, Fawntella Swank, Secretary: Karen Shank, Barbara Strawser, Geraldine Strawser. Back row: Sammy Warner, Eddie Weber, Jay Wright. Ned Shuttleworth, John Widener. Jack Waymire, Terry Thompson, Lowell Shearer, Don Thompson. qharon lddmgs. Secretaryg Sue Poock. Reporterg Mr. Fred Bittle, Advisorg Buddy Smith Pre ident Yfrnon Smedley. Vice Presidentg Stewart Miller. Treasurer. Our freshman year was when we first chose our own courses and arranged our own schedules. Ruth remembers this as one of her most exciting new experiences The girls were all agog to learn that Dick made the varsityg we were beginning to imagine ourselves as upperclassmen. Carol Diers Buddy Smith Madilyn Burns Tom Smith Sandra Arnold ra, 1 Beverly Foster Larry Green Ronnie Whitacre Barbara Bennett Bill Cline Judy Baker Bill Goffinet Larry Layer Steve Wheelock Marcia Pinkerton tl -' E. iii' A R f Q ' V , ' A75 Kent Klepinger Judy Thompson Frank Barker Nancy Varvel Mark Hainline Darrell Sweeney Carolyn Hall Joyce Rex Sylvia Overholser Stephen Fetter Stephen Detriek Carolyn Lavey Myron Sowry Judy Hildebrand Sam Helmick .92 S. JP' 'N ' . . K 'JC' -JI I ngfx ,...,, ' :1 4? "'7 'f in ,' 115- .. - fl' VT' D e ..f X1 ix, w- 'v 'VN x' v 4 I 0 x . We X 1' 1 40 Gary Hittle Robert Herz Joyce Spitler Bennett Carroll Neal Weaver Marlene Beck lan Pemberton Helen Trader James Van Kirk Charlene Heisey Dewitt Sandifer Barbara Curtis Joan Plank Diana Murphy Jerry Hughes Connie Oburn Esther Ganger Susie Lees Sandra Beard Jeanie Furlong FRESHMEN Q' J if K-1101 T' ,424 -ttf p, Sharon Iddings Stewart Miller Dorothy Seabrook Lynn Yount Sondra Sesslar Vernon Smedley Yola Von Netzley Toni Snyder MoVee Mishler Billy Passon Larry Fetters Jill Ganger Allan Swigart Neva Jean Hissong Elwood Honeyman Sue Poock Carol Ditmer Buddy Smith Sandra Sherman Charlotte Mikel 3. P. Millef Sue 'SCVW arm .carox David, Cfess Kent Br o W U l rrv Nlinnich Cljavle Beetle? Nlarv Crew L ' son gwffffl ,a 33361 Spider er W ayne Whnm , R ush Ganlirciidenb ack lsgvinonll Fuller l ffl ,ffm I A. 2 ' lm' fl -. ., ff i ff' ,, 6 ty RGD, . -A NA, ,Fx ,Q NSR iii , , ,,.. - a -1 as f Ann Blackmore llonald Albert "' ' - ' ' ,i Gary Saul llavid Cooksey A Shirley Westfall W ,.g-: Q. ,Y , 2 J .. x ,R N-1 ga as rl'i-- . 6 as lmsyrw X .1 ,X Fred Detter Linda Carroll Russell Long Judy Webb Doug Farrell , X Evelyn Warner Connie Rose .--3 Edward Menker June Mote Peggy Oaks ....-4 Lois Albert Marie Wyrick James Newman Ruth Ann Null Eleanor Maxwell Robert Miller David Phipps Thomas Hinton Rosemary Swisher -Q X., on , Isl' U' 5 Q .. " 'n -1? ... .Y 'fy K 'C sf, W4 ' N sk N A lp ,. 33111. Q x' - A 4' l. ' Y'14Z4"' f vi HX an - alla f W -if 211 fy It's "grade card" time. Here Sandra Arnold, MoVee Mishler, Gary Roush, and Bob Herz are finding out the good f?j news on how well they are doing in the new courses they chose. I7 nuououvuum I ,ng 'GP Q? it Tom Penny. Reports-rg Ellen Wright. Vice President: Nlr. William Riley. Advisor: Bill Johnston Presidentg Georgiana Price. Secretary: Cary' Nlinnivh. Treasurer. OPHO ORE Soon our sophomore year rolled around. My! How we envied the seniors. Nannette will never forget how hard we tried to be just like them. And that year there was never a dull moment! Gerald Passon Janet Minnich David Stine Georgiana Price Jerry Brown 5 :ff S, X N3 , f xx . Tom Penny 1 'n Kay Urmey i 5, Sue Downing W, F Gerry Randall , ,' Gary Minnich Marlene Turner Fred Sanders Phillis Vlfyrick Max Warner Dorothy Mead 1 f ul rlffgkv Inv l utr Ill'1Uf,ll lm gplllfl Bulum Stager llmfl Fuuflx H :lv lice Bulb llf3llllCI A mth 1 Same on W1111e1 llemux VdIXCl lYJ'lllPIlf Hale mn 41 Allen O XIIIXIII Welkert Jo ln lwullcnkamp gll'll0Il Pardue I un Buecker l mwta Hughe- IIN lldIQlllJ8I' Rn 'ills Nlote RA YQ!! Cf? '7 Wax nf Ntallman Vuglma Nllller Lula Wfarn 1 Wllxrma Thornlwu 'iv rg gps Ii. Q U L r lj il LA x 49 Carolxn Fledler Lee Doughertx 'Ju-2 1 'Vlr Osborne helps Wayne Stall man, Larry Schul, Norma Fetters, and LOUISE Paulus work out h r schedulei changes ln t C1 A J A .1 1 'jr .X fr ,M . ' c 7 X A I, 3 Q A U H' Tad ly '- .Q , 'Lf Q l ' 1 ., 5 I 5 . ,Cb ' - i ' I if ' ' A ll 3' N ' Q f-.nf 1 ' M" 4 -' J Y' I 4' "" J 6 M i 1- 'Q . I "W 1 A 1. A bl f A A: A V AVI, 5 Q- 'T A H ll 2 A yi N 1 , ,Q . I .. L3 - Q 5. J 1 V - fl' XJ , X - cm 3 W 'X 1 Af f - Y G: if, K 1 Z ., ' N I I j IQ 531 A ,,,. I l clcl fjg fr V A A V Y: W K gan. k lug 4. 4 . 1 , 1 K -ug, - - 3, i . A K , f ,f 1 x X .g ' 1 L . K. . , ,. r' , ' Q A - ,. , 4' X . , - ff. K -- 4 , V I .1 , ' f Q . . wi X ' W J' wr 7 , 'J f-73 'Q SK N Q i A Vl ,Nl ':5f.01S ll' Q ' ua -' " V 7 , , ' I f 'f ti . Q . . A . W I 4 ,Y K ' 9 . L2 ' - - V . .1,j w Af. fr., ' i 2 IA lu il:LABLE Y - I , X if fly li fi " ff ,, . I Jerry Feitshans Joel Walker Judy Pfeiffer Louise Paulus Kenneth Baker Judy Yount Barbara Mikel Bob Kimmel Larry Pinkerton Larry Koogler Dale Beetley Sandy Poling Judy Oaks Ellen Wright Norma Fetters Mary Ann Yount Kent Furlong Charlene Pierce Kenneth Hines Dianne Elicker SOPHOMORES Dick Felter Linda Vore Leona Shelley Ted Richardson Dwaine Roush Carlene Grissum Clarissa Minkner Qi -as us, T7 x ,at-"' nw af -. ,- 1 X x ' 'E 'e 7 - f... nur N, . li' .1 ,q -7 ev, Nr,7 ,sb-Y 1 1 X vi . 7 Y x L 4 xl ... -of uf ,pf 4 .v-- at ' 3: , f, 3 '7 L1 Dale Michaels Virginia Farrenkopf Pat Krug Nevin Hess Jerry Foster Carry Koogler Terry Peele Robert Wertz Carol Spitler Edith Heaton Del hine Huber P Marilyn Shellhammer Janet Earhart Keith Mote Raymond Applegate Alice Penny ,l im Crew Beth Ogan Joe Haines Janet Pierce wg? sa., JU IOR l.lQ.-XIJIQHS OF 'lllllf CLASS OF 4'56" . . . Gordon Hall. secretary, Ralph Nlislller, president: lfsther Steiner. treasurer: lliana Hunt, reporter: and Penrod llelmick, vice president. make big plans for the Junior-Senior Prom under the supervision of their class advisor, Mrs. Kathleen Geeting. Our junior year burst upon us all too soon. We who had looked forward to only the glamour and privilege of being an upperclassman found that new duties and responsibilities went hand in hand with being upperclassxnen, Connie and Donna look back with a sense of accomplishment at all the hard work we did at football and basketball games - preparing, selling, cleaning up f and too, how we held 'scar washesw at Darlene's - all this to earn money for our senior trip. The junior class play and the junior-senior prom we took in stride and we recall this as one of our best years. But it went by much too fast! 'N ,, In ,ri ,gy l MG' 'X ' Eff' X jim? f Q, y f, v. il -Q ix. 'mn A 4 "W, fr E' 'il' , H ag, ,Ji V, vc' ag is . . V ' . 44 K ,f - - , I 1 . lk-., 1-' 1 KP? +-X 5 'Q First row: Jack Randall, Patsy Smedley, Jan Hissong, Diana Hunt, Don Shaffer, Charlotte Scheuring. Second row: Joyce Macy, Bobby Kress, Jane Kress, Charles Mead, Barbara Oaks, Don Purkeypile. Third row: Dale Jeffery, Joanne Hulbert, Rebecca Kirby, Marcia Heisey, Naomi Newman, Don Hall. Llg 'V 551 in .113 Y., TY ,, 2' Ve, -M 0-. E Q. l J ' ' xr! ' 3 ' 'C W' Q , , 35. ,y Wg.- , ,g 1. lil 11 xv .v 5-.4 ' ,. , i K -a X '13 1 Jw av we -2 .3 xg . K KVA 'Qs Q LE Q 'ff' ' ..'-ef' dy X X H , i . I X P X X x mis r 'ssqg IVA -1' Xxx Q7 First row: Edwin Lowther. Jim Thompson. Sue Fetter. Carol Stout. Gene Hunt. Penrod Helmick. Second row: Ralph Mishler. Esther Steiner. Gordon Hall. Dick Beck, Joy Hurley, Paul Lutz. Third row: Sandy Wolfe, Joe Keller, Diane Horner. Norma ,lean Hicks, Bob Herkins. Sandra Beetley. Fourth row: Gale Honeyman, Howard Johnson, Donna Sotzing. Shirley Brown, Bob Stauffer, Cary Myers. Fifth row: Carol Hoover, Jerry Long, Gary Midlam. Fred Moore. Sharon Brown, Barbara Garber. inn 'T 23 l rf """ ml " Q. MY' .gfziif ':, B3 Q - nj A 'HA , 4' ' tr ,Nag 'Z ,I fa- as 'W vi 'fit M' ' tit! Y7 . 2 -.T.',,. - -vf. ' L I gl N X X 5 4 - l First row: Peggy Saul, Donna Ferris, Jo Ann Beck. Second row: Frank Brower, Ronnie Weikert, Hazel Crawford. Dee Ann Westfall. David Whitman, Carrol Burn- sicle. Third row: Elaine Werts, Bonnie Coate, Bob Felter. Dee Frantz, Mary New, Roberta Wooley. Fourth row: Doug Gibbs, Jim Rudy, Faye Schwartz. ,lucly Dickey, Doug Penny, Jim Pearson. Fifth row: Pat Shuff, Jean Macy, Bob Coudy, Nelson Post, Betty Crowell, Donna Davidson. 24 UNIORS :Q P ,- I i .V . 'x Q7 .rr df XJ 91 if J Q' v CLASS OF 956 llere is one of the many activities the juniors clo to earn money for their senior trip in 1956. Robert Herkina. A llazel Crawford, Charlotte Seheuring, and Donna Davidson are popping c-orn 5 ,I ,i.554M,g,f at a basketball game. ku S 2 First rout: Gloria Ptiffell. Dale Wieser. Beverly Vllarner. Bill Zellers. Secnrzrl mu Bobbie Miller, Bill Dresbaeh, Harriet Hilflebranfl. lylick Clinefelter. Kai' Nic-holson Gene Fasick. Tliirrl row: John Fisher. Marilyn Seabrook. Robert Strawser, Dorothy Surber. Marvin Brumbaugh. Elaine Oburn. Fourlh row: Peggy Hughes, Bob Shan Pat Smith, Jerry Jackson. Karen BCCIIIZIII. Paul Shilt. 'J' . 'J T-A-7 1 V W fi ' l f , WZ? r .v"'-17 fri? et, Y 1 'Q .. ., N i -, 4' K f-5 iw' W, 11'-'SB' .ft-t f f its' QR325... ,Sf U, nn ft' Nl.-X f 'QE eniors Q.- K, I, ff' I I I Al Q Xt!! I . f- ' 4- ff" ,..., 5. 1, 'N , was 9? W1 H1110 Crossed 1111 Bay The Ocean Iles Before Us onf a se were se mor 1 mr 1e'1C111 ur ff 1 1111 Hhllflll IHOIIIL 1 rU1111erl about whit 1 HOIlflPIfUl IDIIXIIBUC lt wi to I1 tn 111 fue llttle QCXPI Graf er of so many News 1210 'mtl we feel nelthu 1 1 1 1 Wexe had such fu11 gltlflg our emor play h'1w1nff IJIPPI 11111 'Incl dOll1g lots of other thlnff to makl po slhlc the hw 111o1111nt of the XI ll the moment when Qtalted o11 our wo11ch1ful Qemor t11p hls 1 llllf Il 111sr X 1 when 1 or Wash111Ut1111 IJ 1 1 I cw ltx 1st11 wetk end ind our prom b'lCL"tlllllC'1t6 lllfl gI'HfiU3tl0Il h 111 II uwmzl H118 sear w1th hleesnlgs hes ond our fondest hopes g1XlIlU' us more IIIPIIIOIILQ to t1f 'mm C Llllll'lX mme on thf uunnff of NIU ZL w 1111 W1 111 5e111111 11s1ce11t o B 1111 1f 1lu1'1t1o11 If scntu u XXIII 1ur chpl 1111 1fI11 U1 H11he1t Von H11 3 1 o o 1 1 o on 11111111111 111111 I 111xe1s1tx clchxerec a most chillengmg 'addre- COMNTENCENIENT AT VIILTON UNION Hay 23 1904 SENIOR OFFICERS Naney llarshharger. Vice Pres- itlent: llarlene Nlinnieh. lleporterg Nlr. X. lf. fleeting. .'xflYiSOI'Z Lynn Wiarner. Vive Presiclent: Carol Nltnnforcl. Secretary: ancl Conrail Sturch. Treasurer. are holcling a eonlerenee to tnake plans for events lo eonne mluring the last year of high school. They are making plans for the senior trip to Wvasliington ancl New York and also etnnnneneement. ij-5.7, Senior Scholarship Team. LAWRENCE E. EARIIART Larry i my ,, , Y ' . , X A. , Q , .. .- . Q in - 7' FFA 1. 2. 3. 4. Reporter 3, State Farmer 3, President 4. Southern Sectional Vice President of Ohio 4g SARAH BENTLY POLING Sally Chorus 3, 43 Dramatics Club 3, 4, President 4, FTA 2, 3, 43 CAA 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 23 Interscholastic Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 45 Junior Class Playg JCWA 4g Library Staff 1, 2g Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3g Office Work 4g Senior Class Play. DANNY LEE HURLEY Danny Chorus 3, 4: Intramurals 13 Interscholastic Basket- ball 2, 3, 49 Football 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. An JAMES KARL FENTON, JR. lim Bulldog Bark Staff 4, Chorus 2, 4, Library Staff 2, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play. BARBARA ANN VOKE Barb Annual Staff 4g Bulldog Bark Staff 2, 4, Chorus 4g Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4g FBLA President 3, 43 FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 CAA 1, 2, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, Softball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Office Work 2, 3, 4. CAROLE RAE PLANK Curly Entered 2, Chorus 43 Dramatics Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Intramurals 2g Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Office Work 35 FBLA 4 BRUCE VERNON BRIDGES Bruce JANE IBILEEN SIIANCK Jane Annual Staff 44 FTA 1, 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Library Staff 1, 35 Office Work 4, Senior Scholarship Team, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4. JEROLD ROY BREWER Jerold Intramurals 25 JCWA 4g Miami Scholarship Team 1, Senior Scholarship Team. HAROLD EDWARD HINES, JR. Eddie Chorus 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Interscholastic Track 1, 2g Photography Club Vice President 4. RUTH ESTHER SHEARER Ruth Annual Staff 4, Bulldog Bark Staff 2g Chorus 3, 4g Dramatic Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, FBLA 3, 43 FHA 1 Office Work 3, 4. 4 x lb' Roman Ximox 5XXllL'XH'l' Slang Intramurals 1. 2: liitvr'-1-liolgastiv lfoollulll li. 'l'rtn'k 1 .. , 2, 4, Yarsity NI 4. Num Loi Um HN Mm Band 1. 2: 11ramatim's Club 3. -1: lflil..-X '3 1' PHX 1. 2. CAA 1. 2. 3. -1: Honor bone-ty 3. -1: lnter- scholastit- Basketball 1. Volleyball 1. 22 Senior Fvhol- arship Tr-am: Sw:-etln-art Hop .Xtts-nrlant 3: Class Vice President 2. Jun' .-X. l.0l"l'I1AN flnfx Band 1: Dramativs lfluh 2. 3. 1: FINA Se-vn'tar'y 3. -1: 1'13.'X 1xlllt'1'Il .Mtv-nllant '11 1.41-X 1 2 'i 1 Representative 1. 3: lnterscholastim' liaske-tball 1. 2. 3, -1. Softball 2. Yollvyball 1. 2. 3. -1: Office Work 2. 3. '11 Class Reporter 2. J.u1Es LEE Will-:Er.oCx ffvfieeler Band 1, 2: Chorus 3. 11: Cross Country 3. V1: llra- maties Club 4: lntersvholastif' 'l'ra4-k 3. '11 ,lunior Class Play: Photography Club Seen-tary ancl Treas- urer -1. fwg ir' an-1' 'sf 'Q' Y, XX an i' X if 1'9" G ill' 507 rvk 1'iREDERICK DALE FRANTZ. JR. Teil 'QI V Annual Staff 3. 4. Editor -1: Cross Country 2: Honor Society 3. 4: Interscholastic Basketball 2. 3. Football 3, 4: Junior Class Play: Miami Scholarship Team . . . . . , 1,2 4 1, 2, 3: Senior Scholarship Team: Yarsity "N MfXRILYN NIARLENE NEFF .1lUfI.lvl'V1 Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: l-'HA 1, 4: JCWA 4. HOBERTA SUE FEITSHANS Birdy X Chorus 4: FHA 1, 4: JCWA 4: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team. ROBERT S'mNLEY Bfnxrm 1 uma Rob Football Manager 4: Intramurals 2: Miami Scholar- ship Team 3: Senior Svholarship Team: Trark Manager 3. 4. ff. A -0' Za 1... '00 vi' gil y x S5 , ii, "wr ei BERNADENE ARLENE LUTZ Bernie Band 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: FFA Quf-en Attendant 2: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: lnterscholastic Basketball 1. 2. 3. Softball 2, Vollvyball 1. 2, 3, 4: Office Work 3. .lonx ALLEN C-x1n1o1,1. Johnnie Hi-Y 2. 3: lnte-rscliolastit' Football 1: Travk 1: Miami Scholarship 71198111 1. 2: Se-nior Scholarship Te-am: Stud:-nt Counvil 1. 2. 4. Trvasurefr 1: Class Prosiflont 1. ROBERT KEYSER SIIUL H011 Chorus 3. 4: Cross Country 1. 2. 3, 4: Dramatics Club 4: lntf-rscholastic Basketball 3. 4. Football 3. Travk 1, 2, 3. 4: Junior Class Play: Senior Class Play: Sonior Svholarship Tvamg Student Council 3, 4. Tre-astirer 4: Varsity "Nl" 3. 4. Secretary 4: Class Prvsitlont 3. PATRICIA ANN SPITLER Pal Bulldog llark Staff 4: Chorus 4: llramativs Club 3, 4: FBLA 4: FHA 1. 2: Office Work 3. 4. Sow-x N121 11.1.12 S'1'1z1NE11 lf. lf. Annual Stuff 1: lianml 1: lll14'1il'yt' Girl-' State' fi: Chorus 3, 4: 11,1111 llitixvrisliip 'lk'-t 4: Draniatirs Club 2. 3. 1: 1711111 3. -1. lfirsl Yin' Pre-siclvnt 3. 1. Nate' St'l'I'l'liiFQ -1: HX-X 1. 2. 3. 1: Honor Sowi:-ty 2, 3. 1: ll1lt'Tfl'llUlliNlll' lla-kvtball 1. 2. 3. 4. Softball 1. 2. 41. Yollvylmull 1, 2. 3. ll 1111121 Vive' Pre'-1411-111 4: Junior tflass l'1uy: Nliaini S1-liolar-hip '11-axn 1. 2. 3: Offifw- Work 1. 2. 3. 4: Svnior Sf'11fl13fFl1lIl rlifiilll' 'liri-Hi-Y 3, 4. flliaplain 4. Ro1s1f:1:T CL1-:ox SPITLER Hof: Hall Nlonitor 2: 1f1lI'2illIUT81r 2, Fmxrzis It-xi' XYHEELOCK Frank Football Nlanagn-r 1: Hall Monitor 1: Intramurals 1, 2. Ilmxii .luis WYERTS Janis Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: 1JI'811lZiI1CSC1llll3Z FHA 1, 4. 1 1 1 L if I x , . ,V .ivy-1 ,A,,.,,J , "Nui Xiu-nl GLENNA NIAE WARNER Glenna Hall Monitor 1: Office Work 4. JERRY Dorcms KINNISON Jerri' Chorus 4: Intramurals l. 2: lnterseholastic Basket- ball 2. 3. 4. Football I. CONRAD RAY STIQRCH Conrad Entered 3: Chorus 3. 4: Honor Society 3. 4: JCWA President 4: Junior Class Play: Miami Scholarship Team 3: Piano Quartet 3. 4: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team: Class Treasurer 4. BARBARA ANN Rorsn Barbara Chorus 4: FHA 1. 2: GAA 3: lnterscholastic Volley- ball 3: Senior Scholarship Team. .g'!is, f fi! lg BERTIIA lil'CII,LIC Nliu. ITPTIIIU Office Work 1: Senior Scholarship Team. RICHARD JAY OVERLA Dirk lnterscholastie Baseball l. 2. 3. -1. Basketball l. 2, 3. 4. Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Co-Captain 4. Track 2. 3. 4: Varsity "XI" 3. 4. Vice President 3, President 4. RONALD DEAN STVDEBAKER Slurlie FFA 1. 2. 3, 4. Vice President 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: lnter- scholastie Football 3. 4. Track 3, 4: Library Staff 1, 2, 4: Varsity "M" 4: Class Treasurer 1. PHYLLIS JEAN COOK Ph-vi Annual Staff 4: Bulldog Bark Staff 4: Uramatics Club 3, 4: Reporters Club'4. f 43' -r' IJL xNE I FF OAM Duane Intramural I 2 C AROL XNN NIL uronn Carol Honor Nouvtw 3 4 XIIHHII qcholar him Team 2 rv i F 511. 1- V ' J Entered 23 Annual Staff 43 Band 2. 3, 43 Chorus 2g ff",", 3.' s' ' .33 ang ef W JAMES D. VALLIEU Jim Chorus 3. 43 Int:-rscholastic Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Track 1, 2. 3. 43 Varsit' UNI" 3. 43 Class Secrotar ' 1. BONNIE ALICE SHELLEY Bonnie Annual Staff 43 FBLA 3. 43 Library Staff 2. 3. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4. Treasurvr 4. EST!-IER LAvoNNE IVIAXWELL Esther Bulldog Bark Staff 2. 4g Chorus 43 FHA lg Hall Monitor 1, 2g Intramurals 1. 2. EUGENE C. ODA Tex Bulldog Bark Staff 33 Chorus 2. 43 ,ICWA 43 Pho- tography Club President 4. I Senior Scholarship Tf-amg Class Secretary 4. INEZ Z. IVIOTE Inez Chorus 4g FHA 1, 43 JCWA 43 Senior Class Play, Student Director 4. LYNN ALLAN WARNER Lynn Baseball Manager 33 FFA 1. 2. 3. 4. Assistant Secre- tary 2, Secretary 3. 4: Senior Scholarship Tvamg Student Council 1g Class Treasurer 23 Class Vice President 33 Class President 4. ,J gv 92, -Q' 4.31. M., .I INIQI' tlttxcrlc fill,-KY Jan .-Xntiual Staff 4: llantl 1. 2. 3. 4. llrum Majorette 3. 43 Chorus 3. 4: ll.-KH Littzeuslup Test 4: Dra- maties Club 2. 3. 4. Reporter 2. Vice President 3: FTA 1. 2. 3. 4. Reporter 1, Secretary 2, Vice Presi- 119111 3. President 43 ll.-X.-X 1. 2, 3. 4: Houieeoining .-Xttendant 3. 4: Honor Society 2. 3. 4: lnter- scltolztstie liasketlmall 1. 2. 3. 4. Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 45 Junior Class Play: Library Staff 43 Miami Feholar- ship Team 1: Uffiee Work lg Piano Quartet 3. 4: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Teatug Stu- dent Council Secretary 4: Class Reporter 3. NICK CR.-IIIIFORII XYRICHT .Yiflf FF.-X 1. 2, 3. 4: lntramurals 1, 2. J,-mms EDWARD PRICE fini Chorus 2. 3: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: lnterseholastic Football 2. 3, 4: Varsity "M" 3. 4. Reporter 4: Reporters Club 4. Doxx.-I LEE WIIITMER Donna Chorus 4: FH.-X 2, 3, 4, Second Vice President 3, President 4: Hall Monitor 1, 3. iv - Al DARLENE FRANCES HATEIELD Darlene FTA 13 Honor Society 2, 3, 4. President 4, Library Staff 1: Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3: Senior Scholarship Team. KEN MARTIN HENIMERICII Ken Entered 1: lnterscholastie Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Basket- ball 1, 2. 3, 4. Co-Captain 3, Captain 4: Junior Class Play, Student Direetorg Senior Class Play: Student Council 3, 4. Vice President 3. President 4: Varsity "M" 3. 4. GORDON LEE Corvocic Cordie FFA 1, 2. 3. 43 Intramurals 1, 2: Senior Scholarship Team: Student Council 23 Class Secretary 2. NANCY GRACE Poocx Nancy Annual Staff 4: Bulldog Bark Staff 2. 3: Dramaitcs Club 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Office W'0rk 1, 2, 43 Reporters Club 4. 'O' - ' It If-0' ,A ,NJ u....v' Jrzum' .lon li.-XRR Slmoter Intramurals 1, 2, Library Staff l. 2. 33 Scif-nce Club l, 2. ,ll'Dl'I'li 'I'n0MPsoN ,lluly Annual Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, GAA 1, 2. 3, 4, Urclif-stra 1, 2, Senior Class Play. DELLA JANET KENDALL Della FHA 2, 3, 4, Vice Pri-sidcnt 3, Historian 4, Hall Monitor 3. lilcimw KAI REX Dick Entered 4g lntcrscholastic Football 4. llox XLIJl'.l1,liNl-lXlINNIlill lion Chorus -l: Plioiograpliy Clulm sl. XANNI-:'1"1'1-1 Sl zmxxis lllflfllfl-'ICH .Yan Annual Staff -1: liullzlogg llark Satff 4: lJI'2iIllLiIll'S 4, 5r'1'ra'tary l: Chorus l. 3. .M , . Clulw 2. 3. sl. Rm-porn-r 3. l l.X 1. 2. 3. 3: l..-X.-X l. 2. 3. il: l11Iw'1's1'llolust11' llas- lu-llmall 1. 2. 3. rl. Vollz-ylnall 1. 2. 3. -L: .lunior Class u Play: ,ILXKA Pl: Uffiw Work l: Urn-lufstra 1. Z.: Rm-porters Cluln -1: Fvnior Class Play: S+-nior Svholar- ship T1-am. N-xxczy Loi' ll.-xlcsllixixlcmck .Yan ry Cl1A'1'rlr'a1lc'r 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 3. 4: llramativs Clull 2. 3. rl. Pre-sirlr-il! 3: F'l'fX l. 2: CXK l 2 3 1 Sewrl-tary' 3. Pre-simlvnt 1: lim-rsvholastic llaskrthall l. 2. 3. rl. Nvftlnall 2. 3. Yollrwlmll l. 2. 3. 'l: Offuw' Work 3: Senior Svlmlarship Tr-am: Stull:-nt Counvil 1211.1 Ho! 1 lla Xl lrrlmlenll '. ',. . ,.-s -uortvr 1 f'ss um' Irwin' CISNIC llnn Larry Chorus 4. .5 . .. ,-d l":.7 190 , . n 'Os 'km W?- ! ' 1 K I Vx X 5-1 if" Y' 'ff i- Ni? 13,1 'hr . YX gi if 2 X :cf-I , A ll0NAI.ll llisxm' l,EIil.I-2 Ronnie Chorus 2. 3: llramalivs Club -1: Ili-Y 2, 3: junior Class Play: JCW14 4: lntvrscholastic' llaskvthall 1. 2, 3, 4. Football 2. 3. Travk 1. 2. 3. -1: Varsity "M" 3. 4, Tre-asurvr 3: Slate- Champion 880 Yarrl Dash 4: FBLA 4. SUE ANNlc'r'ri-3 VANDERBVRG Peg Leg Entered 4: Annual Staff 4: Chorus 4: GAA 4. DARLENP: ANN NIINNICII Darlene Band 1: Uramativs Cluh 3. 4: Fl3l.:'l 3, 4: FHA 1, 2. Rc-porter 2: Fall Fair Queen 2: CA.-X 1. 2. 3. 4. Rc-portvr 2. Rf-prf-svntatiw 2: Hnniewoniing Attvnrl- HDI 2. 41 Honor Soi-ii-ty 2. 3. 4: lntf-rsvholastiv Baskf-tball 1. 3. 4. Vollvylmall 1. 2. 3. 4: .lunior Class Play: Office- Work 3: Senior Class Play: Svnior Scholarship T4-am: Svvve-Ilu-art Hop Qin-e-n 2: Class l'rf'si1lf'nt 2: Class H4-portvr 4. NORMAN RICIIARD STICKEI. Norm, Baskf-thall Managvr 2: Chorus 1. 2. 4: Cross Country 2: lntvrsvholastiu llase-hall 2: Junior Class Play: Miami Scholarship 'l'e-am 2: Se-nior Svholarship Team I -si 14' v-fy Sf! ur to S' 'Fwd' -ax. ,.-v"9 Q Nl DONNA NIAE Nomus 110111111 Annual Staff 4, 15111-km-yer Girl! Stair- 3: Clit-Q-rlcamlcr 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3. 4, llramalivs Cluli 2, 3, 4: CAA 1, 2. 3. 4, 'llrm-uwurvr 3. Vim' l,l'l'Slll1'lll 4, Home-1-outing Altvndant 1. 4: lnlf-rfcllolaflis' llaskvtlmall 2. Yolloy- llall 2. 3, 4, Offim- Wvork 3. 4, Sa-nior Sl'll0li1I'SlllI! Team, Class 'frvasurcr 3. JERRY J. Nomus ferry Bulldog Bark Staff 1: llull Nlonitor 1: lntvr- Scholastic llasc-luall 1. 2. 3. 4. llufk:-tlrall 1. 2. Foollmall 1, 2. HOLLIS l'1I'GENE I-IIKENBERRY Ike FFA 1, 2, 3. 4, Tre-asurc-r 4. MARY JANE KlC'l"l'Ll-IIIAKE .Vary Jane Annual Staff 4, Bulldog Bark Staff 2. 4. Editor 4, Dramatics Club 3. 4. Rf-portcr 4, FBLA 3, 4, FHA 1, Junior Class Play, Officv Work 3, Rm-portvrs Club 4. Nluunm ANNE Ciuuaw .Vac Chorus 1, Dramatic: Club 2. 3. 4: 1"'l'A 1, 2. 3, 4, GAA 1. 2, 3, 4, Bluivix I lurlaml. Sn ,uk .llarif FFA 1, 2. 3. 4. N-ntinvl 3. 4: lIllt'l'-l'll0lZi5ll1' Bare'- hall 3, 4, Baskvtball 3, 4, Football 3. 4, Varsity ..-W, 3 4 . , . ROBERT LEON Hicks Bob Dramatics Clulm 4, Hi'Y 2. 3. 4. Trvasurer 3: FBI.,-X 4, lntfrrscholastim' Base-lnall 3. 4: Fe-niir Scholarship Team, Student Council 3. Coxxuc LEE liuoAm-is Connie Annual Staff 4, Band 1. 2: Bulldog Bark Staff 2: Chorus 4, Class Plays, Stud:-nt llire-vtor 3, 4, Dra- uh 2. 3. 4, GAA 1. 2. 3. 4: Offim- Work 1, 2. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Ff'4'rf'Iary 4. matics Cl dminisfrafiou 5 . x 'N K s ., X X N NN xx 1 , 1' 0 P - ef X"'lnunv' 3 0 x I Af' Ti, X 14, A rw, , x ,, 3' x ' ,5 Nlli. U. lf. Iililllfl S11lN'l'il1fI'Il1!l'l1f of Srlz :mls r. llnlu- has coriiplvtf-il four yvzirg as SllfN'l'lIllt'II- it of Nlilton4l'nion. llff rvrw-in-4l liie HS. lifl. unil Nl X. from 'Nliami l'niw-rQity anal Lllxo flifl glfilillllllf' ork nt Ohio Stan- lllllYf'l'SilY. llin liohlw i4 volor riotoggrnpliy. HP has nnmvrons Qliflew of vuriong ool anrl ffxtraviirrimilar artivitie-s. Prior to his P Pnt position he wav high svhool principal. MISS l'HYl,l.lS OBVRN Srlzool Srfrrvrnry Phyllis has hee-n the school sevrelary sinve l95l. Sllf' graduated from Milton-Union and majored in lmcinvss while attvnrling srhool. Sllf' workvfl for onv year at Frigidaire before acre-pting Pmploymvnt here. J-'xflf-r hc-r working hours sho Pnjoyfc knitting aml art work. J 1 h,,q,,m,.,..,1-sv-ur 5 ? if-1 - - 1- " l -' 1 ' .. 1 S '. "ici " 1353 "" :Q-. 1 fn-'C . N wsfeiiifff' X 'N K 'ii ,f ' ff 'X 3111. R. 1.. 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XX X -5 aw1 .---0 s A , ,4- 4 vs is in NIH. IVAN SENIAN . . . supervisor at the Frigidaire in Dayton . . . at- tended Gettysburg High School . . . president of the hoard . . . Inemher of the transportation Committee . . , member of the equipment. furniture. and supplies committee . . . , . cg -i 5 , MR. EMERSON SWANK . . . self- employed as a farmer . . . graduate of Milton-l'nion High School . . . attended the first l0'i years with perfect attendance record . . . serves as chairman of two committees. building and grounds and equip- ment. furniture. and supplies. 44 zswiftsa il., " If fl NIH, ARCH LEA . . . employed hy the Citizens National Hank in West Milton as head Cashier . . . graduat- ed from llueyrus High School and attended Utterhein College . . . ehairnlan of the finance eomrnittee . . . mentlmer of the eafeteria vom- mittee . . . viee president of the hoard. MR. BYRON STONER . . . clerk treasurer . . . graduated from Mil ton-llnion High Sehool and attended tht- l'nive-rsity of Dayton . . . an lIlQlll'illll't' agent in Wvest Nlilton . . sn-eond year as elerk of the hoard. fs MR. Mll,FfS MUTE . . . graduate of Hilton-Union High School . . . self- ernployed as a farmer , . . Chairman of the eafeteria committee . . . member of the finanee committee. MR. RICHARD STEINER . . . gen- eral manager of Steiner? Ready Mix and Concrete Plant . . . graduated from Milton-lfnion High School . . . ree:-ived Ali. from Miami Univer- sity . . . chairman of the transporta- tion eommittee . . . member of the building and grounds committee. NIH. DALE CUMMINS . . . has BS. Ed. from Lniversity of Dayton . . . we remember him as director of the senior class play . . . advisor of seventh grade . . . teaches English and geography. M155 BETTY JANE Rl-IO.-KDES . .. ret-ein-d l3.5.Ed. from Miami llni- versity . . . advisor of FBI..-X. Bull- dog liurlf. and lieporters' Club . . . remember when one opened her sehool closet. three or four pairs of shoes fell out: yet she wouldnt be wearing any while sitting at her deslif V if A r ' . ,Lf A V -6 - ' at V ' , MR. HVBER STALEY . . .attended Ohio Northern, Cumberland. and Ohio lniversities for H.5.Ed .... teaehes industrial arts and sponsors Photography Club . . . the first time we ever had a professional baseball umpire teaching here, Qi 'rs .7 if K .135-. M az. A . .. MR. WILLIAM C. GINN . . . holds B.S.Ed. from University of Dayton . . . head basketball coach and as- sistant football coach . . . advisor of Varsity HM" . . . former captain of the University of Dayton Flyers bas- ketball team. MISS Ll'CIl,l.E DUNN . . . attend- ed Defiance and Manchester Col- leges for B.S.Ed. and also attended Hall State College . . . The Echo ad- visor . . . assistant advisor of Future Business Leaders of America Club . . . remember her patience with us when we were struggling to get The Ifelm in on time? MR. ROBERT E. KREMER . . . graduated from Lniversity of Day- ton with B.S.Ed .... Junior Council of World Affairs advisor . . . many sophomore girls were thrilled when they found out that their new history teacher was not married. 45 NIR. Rl'SSIzI.l. .l. l.Il'l'X . . . holds .'X.li. and MA. from Manchester College and Miami lfniwrsitv . . also attended Ohio State University . . . advisor of Hi-Y . . . even though vin-tnistrv and physics were hard. he made them two of the most interesting CDU FSVS. MRS. LUCILLE ANDERSON Pll'l'ER'I' . . . has ill. from Muskingum College . . . advisor of Cixi. Tri-Hi-Y. and cheerleaders . . . after Mrs. l,ippert's marriage. we still found ourselves calling her Miss Anderson. MRS. KATHLEEN CEETINC . . . graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with A.B .... also attended Ohio University . . . advisor of the junior class and Dramatics Club . . . we really learned English in the seventh grade. for many things were new. MR. A. E. CEETING . . . received B.S. Ed. from Miami University . . . senior class advisor . . . teaches math . . . Mr. Ceeting very ably has guided the 1955 graduates through their high school years. MR. WILLIAM RILEY . . . attended Miami and Indiana Universities for B.S.Ed. and Mus.B .... director of the junior class play . . . sophomore class advisor . . . also teaches English . . . we owe thanks to Mr. Riley for the outstanding vocal music programs. MISS THEODORA STOCKSDALE . . . attended Manchester and Ball State Colleges for A.B .... home economics teacher . . . advisor of FHA . . . she was a life saver when one lost a button or ripped a seam! MR. FRED L. BITTLE . . . received B.S.Ed. and M.S. from Bowling Green and Miami Universities . . . advisor of the freshman class and Science Clllb . . . audio-visual director . . . remember what happened when someone wound a film backward? MR. RAY E. DILEY . . . graduated from Ohio State University with HS. and M.S .... advisor of FFA . . . he was often heard quoting his slogan "Work hard. play hard. he happy. and live a long useful life." NIR5. I'il7l'l'll YOlil.l'i . . . attended West Nirginia, Ohio. and Ohio Stale liniversities for XII. and NIA. . . . advisor of the eighth grade . . . in addition to having good times in speech elass we learned the art of oratory. NIR. ROl'lI'iR'I' LONE . . . graduated from Otterbein College with .-XB .... head football eoaeh and re- serve basketball coach . . . leaelies history and eivies . . . llr. Long was quite elated when the football team won the SWIHI. ehampionship. MR. JOHN A. W'll,LIAlNIS . . . received ILS. and lNI.Fid. from Wiittenberg College and Miami Ilniver- sity . . . Director of Athletics and Guidance . . . advisor of National llonor Society and Student Coun- cil . . . remember when the trig. class measured the water tower? MRS. BERENIECE B. KERR . . . received A.B. and NIA. from Ohio and Columbia L'niversities . . . also attended George Peabody and Defiance Colleges . . . advisor of FTA . . . remember when we had to circle our answers in senior survey! MISS MARGARET I,AlR . . . holds B.S.Rd. and ALM. from Ohio State and Colutnbia Universities . . . completing twentieth year as high school librarian . . . how the boys loved to hide her stick! MR. JOHN BRILI ,... has A.B. from Cedarville College . . . teaches junior high subjects . . . junior high coach . . . how proud he was when his freshman basketball team won the Piqua tournament! MR. WILLIAM H. BALLINGER . . . holds B.S.Ed. from Miami University . . . coaches junior high foot- ball . . . basketball and varsity baseball . . . he tried to make Civics more interesting. remember? MR. LAWRENCE FRAZER . . . attended John Fletcher College. Cincinnati College of Music. and Miami University . . . holds A.B .... he had the ability to conduct a fine marching band. .-url 1 ef W-S5 'f ,. .. f iw" I 5 ' ' Jqnlff , . , .-f--""""""',-- -,,.,. - 'Wig CAFETERIA WORKERS Pauline Wiaymire. Dorothy Uitmer. Treva lfhlers. lirrnal Flory. Georgia Lyons. Mary Kinnison. Velma Shearer. Bessie Fine. Edna Rose. May Netzley. Laverne Koogler. No! PfCfIlI'8Ii.' Delight Shuff. ClfS'I'C JDIAN SERVICE First row: Nlarvin Brumhaugh Mr. Boriss Klints. lnts Kalcps Tccl Hicharflson. Second rou' Jerry Long. Rayrnoncl Hoover Raymond Applegate, Kent Fur long. DID YOU KNOW . . 'il -fn- . ttwm lflevcn cooks. undcr the supervision of Nlrs. lfrmal lflory. who has heen supervisor for fourteen years. serve 675 elementary and 474 high school students each day. These womcn work T6 hours a day to prepare the meals. The serving hegins each day at 10:55 and is complclcd at 1:30. The cafeteria spends approximately S300 a day. Nlr. Horiss Klints. custodian-contractor. is responsihle for the maintenance of the school building 21 hours a day. llc or one of his helpers must be present if any school activities arc scheduled for the evenings. Nlr. Klints arrives at school at 6:00 a.m. and leaves at 5:30 p.1n. every day. If the weather necessitates. he arrives at 5:00 a.m. Six boys are employed as his helpers. They work 2 to 3 hours every day after school and one-half day on Saturday. They also work during the summer vacation and all other vacations. His other helpers are all the students who help him keep the school huilding-clean, hut they do not get paid. Fourteen busses carry 944 students to and from school each day. Over 70 per cent of the students ride husses. The school hoard spends 55.700 for new busses every year. Over 5511.000 is spent for the drivers' salaries. These fourteen busses go 8,342 miles each year. The shortest run is 9 miles and the longest one is 1415 miles. BUS DRIVERS First row: Marge Alhaugh, Lee Hissong, Harold Niles, Lconard Fetters, Roscoe Black, Dan Engle. Back row: Fred Hall. Otto Elifritz, Rolla Mote, Dale Lewis. Eugene Kirby, John Weaver, Jim Hughes, Everett Null. Not Pictured: Harley Brown. Howard Albaugh. rf AJ fifx ug' j lasses Q--.-ar-.-...ww . x A.-4,-.un nuunait l .' z"W'! an .,f- , . Q55-vu-Q '50 i 'H Jr... 'U' 1711- ur -a-one .......1f Fu R' V ex, ngmw-w--if--...g ,,,, ' s A Q..- 1' lu E x I- f a- 5 ' iii pl .sg 3 ' 435m COMMERCIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT One of the fastest growing tlepurtments in our scliool is tlle commercial :mtl lmusiness department. Nlilton-l'nion Commercial Arts Department offers ai wide variety of sulrjevts to prepare stuclents for responsible positions in business and industry. The department also tries to hi-lp the stuflent in jolm IJlZlt't'llll'Ill. untl revonmicnrlation. "Eyes on the copy, please." Here, Miss Dunn observes Typing l students for the application of basic skills. 'wg ,- 'X Z .LA ulvnls makr- fre-41111-111 uw uf vlxurlf uf shuvvu almw. In sl1urtI1:1114i. 1r1'L11'ti1'v lIl2lk1'N pvrfvvl ami lhvfv Refund Hu 1- llllf-iIlf'SS math Flllfil'IlIS am- stmlying thfl forms and ye-ar Stud:-ntx praxvliw fiiffkiliflll and lrullsvribing their ln YIllI'TiliI1S lm-ml in filing: an iIll'llIIl4' tax rn-turn. nuts-S In il1L'I'l'i1Ff' Ihf-ir sp:-1-ri :md IN'l"f4'l'1iIvIl. to .1 r Hlmzulm-s clexmmstratvs ilu- pmpm-r If-chniquvs inwlwd in ilu- up:-ration of li wmlptulm-ter 1-s ffroup of office practicv stud:-nts. 1 Q jf vs I4 ln thc freshman English a great deal of emphasis is plum-cl on uncle-rstanfling the fumlamc-ntals of grammar. The-se juniors arf- discussing: S'The Courtinf' a humorous selection hy ,Iamf-s Russell Lowell, which Miss Dunn read from their American literature books. E GLIH Connnunication. one of our inost important skills. is emphasized in Nlilton-Union's cur- riculum. Courses in journalism, speech, and literature provide countless opportunities for creative writing. speaking. and clehating, and reading the literary classics. Courses in spell- ing and g.fl'ilIIllllLlI' teach thi- fundamental prin- ciples which are applied in the other language arts. X x X " 1 VPN I 5 x Q Q" 'g in ll! sick-s Industriously, these seniors are working to complete their day s assign X ment on a review ofthe basic English principles. The students around the desk are giving a demonstration on correct parliamentary procedure to the remainder of the speech class. it Z vs -fi' PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND DRIVERS' TRAINING Shown above is one of the boys' gym classes in action. Students are taught by Mr. Ginn the mechanics of the dual-controlled car in which they are trained. l'V ll T! I? X Y ff. X4 NX? I4 F' X T1 21 A A 3 It is the responsibility of each individual to aid in the develop- ment and care of sound minds and healthy bodies. Physical activity and the study of personal hygiene are beneficial in reaching this end. Another one of the rapidly growing fields of education is drivers, training. It is through this medium. learning proper driv- ing techniques, that our sound minds and healthy bodies may be preserved. fz fl-. in if ,, 'M N-5 ,. .A chi ' 'f-up r' ' X 83" - 9 ' . R30 OA. ag., I ' '4' Health classes consider problems of personal hygiene and community health. The girls in this physical educalion class are practicing the push-pass, one of the basic skills of basketball. ,,-., . X 'N Q Wayne Whitmer demonstrates cutting wood to length on the table saw. To keep the ends square, he uses the miter gauge. 'Q INDUSTRIAL ARTS g is t? AND 1 3 , - T' 1 o f MECHANICAL DRAWING . X - The satisfaction of creating things with the hands and, at the same time, learning a skill or trade are two of the primary purposes of the Industrial Arts Department. Here, boys work with wood, metal, leather, ceramics, and drawing tools for a more satisfactory use of leisure, as well as occupational time. 58 n 'lllw print -limp lvoys grfft a grind rlniiiw In prucliw- aw tliffy lcarn. for the-y are always in dt-niand to print tickwtf. 111'ngrul11-. lnmxtcr lmaclgcs, and scniw- vurdf fur nmny svluml 1-vciita Mcchanical drawing: students receive instruction in all phases of drafting: including pictorial sketching, drawing to scale, hluc printing. shape description. she-Q-I-int-tal. arcliitcctural. and map drafting. iw ,,, ,W - v l 5 5? if 2 'H " 'Q-f-. , 'QQ' .",' Ju ,4 l ...,.....l, .- llll i 5 language, as well as others. t ij, 1' 199212 1 ' 542' X li . -1... v I A sf., 1 Students are usually fascinated when they learn how many of our English words stem from a Latin root. This knowledge is of great value in understanding: our own LANGUAGE Foreign language courses try to teach the customs and mores of the different countries. as well as how to speak. read, and under- stand the language. 'J X i it , wal lynx ' l Mrs. Geeting's first-year Spanish class waits for the next word on a vocabulary review quiz. Above, one of the sections of the mixed chorus, under the direction of Mr. Riley, rehearses a number scheduled for presentation on the spring program. MUSIC t ji. lf- il: X Mr. Frazer devotes six periods of the day for group instrumental instmctlon Here 'j ffm.: N Q . . . l 1105. gf he is shown with some of the trombone section. .P - nga Q When words alone cannot express one's thoughts, he may turn to music, an aesthetic art. It is truly pleasur- able for those who can participate in its creation, and equally enjoyable for all others, who lack the creative talent, to relax and rejoice in its beauty. BA Q 'H 'W'-x,, '?lu.... j As much as possible, individual help is given to students. Jeannie Furlong asks Mr. Brill to explain a problem in general math. -1... X Boys in shop math, shown at the right, are studying geometric design and its relationship to shop work. 62 1 ' -x The geometry students in the photo to the left are studying the princi- ples of the circle under the direction of Mr. Geeting. l i . .,,...,.,- -u-- - - ' -"" li lf lf. l.. I1 Nlilton-linion is very proufl. anrl justly So. of its avliieye- ments anrl records in preparing slurlz-nts for yueations dealing with nlatlieniatics. Nut only are two years of algebra anrl one year each of general math and shop math offered, but lmys anrl girls may elect to go fur- tlier anrl take plane anfl Solicl geolnetry or lI'ig0Il0lllCtI'y. 531.gif "N Q X Mr. Bittle gives an introduction into the field of science. u ' 4, ' Young scientists in Milton- Union High get a very compre- hensive surrey of scienve at work in their general science. lmiology, f'llCllllStl'y. and physic-s classes. The courses are geared to a high school level and students learn prz1ctic'al things which will stand thezn in good stead. whetln-r tlnfy plan to continue in the science field or go into some other pro- fession. - Mr. Lutz, chemistry instructor, observes Paul Luiz, Ralph Mishler, Edwin Lowther, and Fred Moore in making hydrogen sulfide. TH E XCIENCES O QQJ .O kt 0 X f 'A ' 2. avian Physics students, Bob Bainbridge, Sonia Steiner, Ted Frantz, and Ronnie Pcele. conduct an experiment on the coefficient of linear expansion under the instruction of Mr. Lutz. Biology students learn of the numerous plants and animals which inhabit our earth and the varied and marvelous ways in which they survive. 5 gl. Pg ' ,Z M--ff sf, Panel discussions are held frequently in the senior Civics classes. Here, Mr. Ballinger and students listen to views presented hy other class members. L ,Aql it , I i V L' " 'ff , j 19315 SOCIAL STUDIES The Social Studies Department operates on the theory that high school students are citizens of today. as well as citizens of tomorrow. Most of them leave their courses in American and world history, civics. and sociology with a ohetter understanding of the workings of democracy than their elders. 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QS First row ,Iuhene Hunt Lmda Rathfon Judy Hcnderwn Charlotte Smnh Mr John W1lhan1Q Adxmor Mr R L Oebornc Adueor Serond row Janet Cray Serretary Beserly Foitcr N10 Yee Mrshler Dlck Felter John Carroll Thzrd row Carl Bubo Scott La1r Jlm Harghbargcr Reporter Mrnnn Snwdloy Dirk Clmffvlter Burl row ,loc Hams-S laul Lut7 Du Frantz Yxcc Irv ldent Ken Hemmerrch Prcqdent Bob qchul Treawrer J - 1' - 21 R11 '- llvs-'H 'c N I 'vs ' 3 S 1' B l Q s sn - I' - ' "l, ' lf ' 5 I' jccls. of lhvir Sluclont f1UX't'l'Illllt'Ill :mtl ll2lYC Yisilwl .'vxv1'al sfllols. llf-siflvs l I '1 Fug . U' . . 1 .' 1 v . , C 1 " ' ' ' 'ga 'L' L' lx' lf. . . ' x, 1' l .l .sf il 1110 ' ll of ll Slutlc-nt 'o "l fff' 5. 'l ' ' 'f ' ' .' ' xt rn A V ,Iv 1 K. i fa , - i 1 i ffl ' ft 1 , v - R , , , 'ang N l Q ' , . Q X H .3145 ' -. V 5 -- . J -, 1 'fa W A M - rw - - - D y I , M-.Z l . 1' v . Q K ,. , 2 H ,, - -, L" ' . 1 , 1 K -Q X Q 2 I l . . . . X r . N Ty ' ' Q , ., D- , -- N '- 1 1 , , .- ..Hen In , , -'y :ff-, ' I l L - 3- K 2 , , M , -f - - 3 3 . . . - , . , : ', -1 'g 2 ' . , . " ' , ' , . I 1. , - 1 , 9 1, Q Q - j' , ,l .x. - 1 I. ,. . 9 Y' J S' 4 ' , I : , M . Doug Cililis and .lim Pears irc at work in tht- mlarkromn. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The purpose of the newly' founded photography f-lulv is lu gin- lmsif- lnntlunrrntals of photography with Z1 View toward worthy use of leisure tinif-. linda-r the rlirvvtion of Nlr. llulwr Staley. tht- rnernlwrs worked on a projvvt of taking photos of our town ind printing them on postcarcls. The school has a speed graphic vzuncru and ll well- vquippeml clarkrooni whivh is uvuilzllvlv to clulv lnenrln-rs. I j L- ll -Q 1 s K 1- " G ,sq ' ' "Q f Q. ll A M ll f ' Nu". - - 'lill- First row: Bill Passon, Doug Cihhs. Naomi Newman, Verda Barnes, Norma Jean Hicks, Eddie Hines, Vice Presidentg Mr. Huber Staley, Advisor. Second "iw: Frank Barker, Doug Penny, Terry Pressel, Don Purkz-ypile, Paul Shilt, Bob Wheelock, Bill Zellers. Back row: jim Rudy, Bob Stauffer, Fred Detter, Reporter, Eugene Oda, President: Donald Minnicll, Jim Wheelock, Secretary and Treasurer, Frank Brower. Not pictured: Nellie Busby, James Crew, Johnny Fisher, Jim Pearson. Fits! rout Nliss l,ur'illn' llunn. ftssislztnt Arlyisor: llairh-ne Nlinnivh. ljill Spills-r. llolihif- Xlillf-ix Nancy Olmurn, Bonnie Coate. llarlwura Stager, Sharon lirown. Nlis- lin-tty ,lane Rhoavla-s, ,-Xflyisor, Sawmill rout Shirley Brown, Donna Sowing. ,loy lrllllvflllilltlll. Diane- Horner. Marlene Turner. Joanne llollwrt, lliana Hunt. Treasurer. Tlzirrl rozv: Clarissa Nlinkner. .Ioy llurle-y, Sandra lla-1-th-y. Ruth Shearer, ll:-yt-rly Yvarner, Vertla llnrnes, llonnie Flu-lley, Sonia Steiner. Yin- lll'l'XlIl4'Ill. lim 1. rozr: llltly Loutlmn. Fevreluryz Joyvs- Nlzivy. ffarol lloowr. lloh llivk-. .XIII-n Ugzm. ltonnie l'f'f'l1-, Hale Horn-yniun, Carole Plank. Mary .lane K4-ttlehake. l'f-ther Stl-inf-r. lit-pfwlf-i'. .Noi llffllllwff liavllara Yoke, l'resiclc-nt. P 'z ,a ,rs '9 up an x4 ,J , 9 Q- 3 iftii' Sh'- "wwf ' ' uf jgsiikwmi' .1 'i ' wa' FUTURE BUSINESS LEADER UF A- ERICA The FBLA has as its major requirement for inemlwrship that eaeh stuflent he currently enrollecl in at least one lwusiness sulvjeet. 'lihe vluh. unrler the guirlam-e of Nliss lletty Jane lihoafles anrl Miss Lucille Dunn. was inaugurated only last year and has alreacly eompletefl many projects. some of which were compiling elementary and high school clireetories. making a hirthflay calendar, con- ducting a survey to learn what sulmjeets NU graduates have found most useful. and sponsoring a prize winning float in the homecoming parade. The eommittee flew-lope4l the theme "HU IS 'l'0PS', by using a top hat. The outstanding projeet this year was an-ting ns host for an l"llLA flistrict meeting: at which schools from several surrounding Counties were represented. Presiding over this meeting was Sonia Steiner as program chairman, who has also seryt-ml as state secretary of the Ohio FBLA chapter. The cluh president and chair- men of the committees, Mary Jane Kettlehake, Ruth Shearer, Barbara Voke, Darlene Minnich, Nancy Oburn, and Sonia Steiner, discuss arrangements for the FBLA district meeting. gf' .3 ' . , I 1 , , my 'ea 1 Q Sb ew ' A Q 'A 3, ' L W Q Q' f' . t 5' ' 7 Q E ' S ' Y :aff 'ff T' ' i w Miz. if-y It . . v- 4 , . fy .Y I Firsl row: llarlc-no Minnich. Bernadern- I,utz. Pat Spitlrfr. Nannvttm- Pfeiffer. ,Indy Tlioinpson. Donna Norris, Mrs. Kathleen Ceeting. Advisor. Seroml row: Connie Rboades. l'vgg1i- Crm-1-n. Sonia Steiner. Ann Warner. Hardie Cart-w. Jani-t Gray. Third row: Pat Shuff. Hazel Crawford. Phyllis Cook. Nancy Harshbarger. Judy Louthan. Ruth Shearer. Sf-rr:-tary: Barbara Yoke. Bari: rout Ronnie Poole, Stewart Miller, Mary ,lane Ki-ttlehake, Reporter: lfarolt- Plank. Treasurer: Nant-y Pool-k. Sally Polingr. Presidi-nt: David Whitman. Bob Herkins. .Yot piflured: Naomi Nr-wnian. Nant-y Oburn. Bob Shul. Bob Hicks. Jim Win-e-lovk. Johnny Fish:-r. Suu- Gibbs. DRAMATICS CLUB The l,I'8Ill3l.ll'S Club, sponsored by Mrs. Kathleen Gceting. was one of the busiest clubs in school this year. lts one projvr-t was to present a play to the junior high and high sf-hool every month. Une of the most impressive was undoubtedly that re- enacting the Christmas story. Some of the performers manifested potential dramatic abilities in thc-so produvtions. The plays were directed. produced. and acted by the nnsinlmers of the vlub. Prospec- tive ineinbers could earn points to join by taking part in these plays. 1-:v-'-ff - In L'Tln- Laughing Ghost." one of the Dramatic Club plays. Suv Gibbs is getting: tht- "lowdown" on her fiance from his kid sister. played by Donna Norris. Nlardiv Carew portrays hor older sister. 81 r"-. ' ""a' S Q Q' i 51- . Q Each day Diane New. Mary New. Pegge Green, and Sue Downing observe and assist Miss Dickey in her first grade room. FUTURE TEACHERS AMERICA To encourage young people to eultivate in them- selves the qualities of personality and eharactcr, which are the foundations of sueeesslul teaeliing. is one of the many purposes of the FTA. The aim of the cluh is to huild todayis students for tomorrow's leaders. Jane Shanck. Vice President: Carol Hoover. Seeretaryg Mrs. Bereniece Kerr. Aclvisorg Janet Gray. President: Rebecca Kirby. Reporter: and Hardie Carew. Treasurer. plan for an assemlmly program which was presented during American Education Week. A committee composed of Jane Kress, Karen Reeman. Betty Crowell, and Gale Honeyman made arrangements for the tea given in honor of Milton-Union's faculty. Sue Poor-k, Gayle lieetley, and Sandra Beard make an attempt to eonxinee Dee Frantz that he should purchase a memory hook to support the FTA. Not pictured: Darrell gW'1'l'Ilf'y. v Stewart Miller, Charlotte Scheuring, and Nannette Pfeiffer review principles of teaching before going into the classroom to assume responsibility. f , . ff Y I Q t ' , L- t 'N , l I 4 i . , A I ' M ! 1-nu , f y J .W ' . . First row: Sondra Sesslar, Janet Minnieh, Judy Dickey, Joyce Spitler, Judy Yount. Norma Jean Hicks. Treasurerg Alice Penny. Catherine Stoffel. Darlene Minnieh, Pat Smith. Serond row: Elaine Oburn, Sonia Steiner, Diana Hunt, Secretaryg Joy Hurley, Ellen Wright, Jackie Buehler, Verda Barnes, Janet Gray. Nellie Busby, Donna Ferris. Third row: Dianne Elicker, Sue Gibbs, Gayle Bet-tley, Joan Plank. Ann Warner, Pat Shuff, Nancy Harshbarger, President, Joan Fullenkamp, Ann Blackmore, Sandra Sherman. Back row: Judy Baker, Barbara Bennett, Virginia Farr:-nkopf, Sue Pooek. Carole Plank. Karen Bet-man, Esther Steiner, Carol Hoover, Nancy Poock, Peggy Saul, Sally Poling, Beth Ogan. Not pictured: Judy 'l'hompson, Judy Louthan, Sue Vanderburg, Peggy Hughes, Marilyn Seabrook, Linda Vore, Dorothy Seabrook, Sue Swartz, Nancy Varvel, Pat Spitler. GIRLS' ATHLETIC Q--l. Z Carolyn Hall purchases a shirt from GAA members, Catherine Stoffel and Carolyn Lavey during the lunch hour. This was one of the organizations projects. Sharon lddings and MoVee Nlishler comply with the regulations of GAA initiation in this attire. 78 I 1' ii ii fl 1 i 1 uv 1 ,qi za. L. ,An R5 R wig. . .f I ' ' x , . lr 7 , ' ,. . ,,' I np 5 V 1 H , Q J DA 1 e f '--1.2 A. First row: Yola Von Netzley, Bobbie Miller, Judy Hildeband, Marcia Pinkerton, Joy Breidenbach, Carolyn Hall, Harriet Hildebrand, Sharon Brown, Sharon lddings, Marie Wyrick. Mrs. Lucille Pippert, Advisor. Second row: Barbara Stagcr, Sue Fetter. Carolyn Fiedler, Nancy Oburn, Carolyn Lavey, Ceorgiana Price, Donna Norris, Vice President, Nannette Pfeiffer, Carlene Crissum, Berna- dene Lutz. Third row: Madilyn Burns, Diane New. Toni Snyder, Mary Crew, Judy Pfeiffer. Clarissa Minkner, Marlene Turner, Lila Warne-r, Marlene Beck, Mo Vee Mishler. Back row: .Jill Gangffi Beverly Wamer, Jean Macy, Marcia Heisey, Mardie Carew, Gerry Randall, Connie Rhoades, Mary Ann Yount, Reporterg Pegge Green, Sue Downing, Connie Oburn, Betty Crowell, Naomi Newman, Diana Murphy. TION One of the prettiest activities of the season was the Darlene Minnich reigned as queen with Norma Jean Hicks. Mary Ann Yount. and MoVee Mishler as her attendants. The queen and her court were chosen by the boys in the Varsity 'iM" Club. Judy Louthan and Sonia Steiner draw names for their teams, which will participate in the annual playnight, as Mrs. Pippert lists them. Sweetheart Hop, sponsored by he CAA. For this occasion, liuddy Smith and Holm Lt-tts "talk op" l'tPIll't'I'llillQ', lhiddfs radio whiuh in a top rating in tht- Science Day whilwit at Xliuini l'nivt-rsity. Hob Le-es is showing an oscilloscopt- which he hopes to e-ntc-r in thc distrivt and stan- Scivnrt Day contf-sts this year. Cui? 4 V , r iw, f -y 0 X . ggi SCIENCE CLUB Hr. Frvd liittlc Advisory Larry Ure-on, David Cooksf-y, lioh laws, Pri-sidcntg Bob Wheelock, Ronnie Whitacre. Reporterg Jerry Foster, Doug Penny, Lev Dought-rty. Frank Browvr. Doug Gibbs, Raymond Fuller. Buddy Smith, St-vre-tary: Hill Cnffinvt. 'll-rry Prvsst-l. Not pifftured: Stvphcn Fettcr, Jim Pearson, Benny Carroll, Fred Dcttcr. Tri-asurcrg Doug: Lyons, John Mishler, Teddy Pearson, Daymon Saunders. .1 Q L. 5- 1 J f H :ff wa, 5, Q 5 1' ly 'SP' Q I -I .Q Y ' .V i ty ,gn X.. Q u- t. ,QV Y Ig. 9. i V ' tax u , ! IF W as 1 ll 'NY ""' First row: Miss Margaret l.air, Lilmrurianz Judy llim-key. Louise Paulus. Rosalie Mote, Patsy Snwdley. Second row: Janet Gray, Catherine Stoffcl, Dt-lphine Huber. Bonnie Shelley, Betty Crowell. Bark row: Ronnie Weikert, Jim Rudy, Fred Moon-, Dee Frantz, Nlarxin Swank. Ronnie Studellakt-r. Not pictured: Jackie Buehler. LIBRARY STAFF J 1 ll fi I 1 . I ' 1 4 3: fix. Here. Dt-lphine Huber and Bonnie Shelley assist Miss Lair in the library by l'llt'l'klDgI attendance and keeping an accurate record of hooks borrowed. Two students are on duty during each period of the day. Staff members also help students find information in the library. They are looking up a topic in the card file. Bl FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA IX Q -I -,A v - ,If Robert Kindell is the only American Farmer of 1954 in Miami County. Only eleven boys received this degree during 1954. Rolfs brother. Don. was awarded the degree in 1949. lllllth ISS! I1llllE K . 'sei ' ' - xw'.....' 1- - ill.:p:.4"illK"l ff- ' iv Cl - ' Here. sophomores Max Warner, Don Spitler, Kent Furlong. Ted Richardson, Nevin Hess. Kenneth Baker. Mr. William Schmidlapp. David Cress, Terry Brown, Bobby Kimmel, Larry Besecker. and Jon Warner study problems concerning the safe use of heat lamps during farrowing time for pigs. Mr. William Schmidlapp from Ohio State University, a voca- tional agriculture teacher in training. is the instructor. Mr. Ray Diley, not pictured, is the supervisor of these boys, 82 1-:LI -A-' x . , . -0 . Larry Earhart, View President of i,llltl.S Southern Region FFA. also presides over NIilton's eliapter. Here he is shown with Ronnie Studebaker. Yice President: Rollin Eikenlierry. Treasurer: Ken ll:-minerieh. Rc-porterg Nlarvin Swank. Fen- tinel: Lynn Warner. Set-retary: and Cordon tfoppoek. Student xxtlvisor. " :Hi3'l'm1i!,'.1!iiiff?'e:.i.Q'.f,Fm 5 ' 'M 'Ka ,, Mri Robert Folkereth. a vo.-ag. student from Ohio State University. is receiving his teacher training at Milton-Union. He is discussing: various liming materials with Marvin Brum- baugh, Frank Brower, Nick Wright, Robert Strawser, Robert Helmer, Jerry Jackson. Donald Hall. and Jerry Long. 'YW' t ur L54 I' Q if J' . si' I K X ,K ' 'J - .I - I Standing are Bob Herz, ,lim Vankirk, Neal Weaver, and Larry Green. Sitting are Kent Brown, Paul Patterson, Larry Fetters, and Charles Cooksey. These freshman boys learn the processes involved in testing soil. Pat Spitler, Sally Polingz, Pat Shuff, Mary New, Pat Smed- lcy. and Elaine Oburn are junior and senior girls learning the techniques of working in the superintendc-nt's office from Phyllis Oburn, Mr. Bube's secretary. Not pictured: Donna Ferris. Miss Rhoades has several girls working: for her in the commercial department. They are Nellie Busby, Rebecca Kirby, Mary Jane Kettlehake, Sandy Wolfe. Sharon Brown, ,lane Kress, and Bobbie Miller. V, I Preparing absence lists and keeping student records in Mr. Osborne's officc kceps the following girls very busy: Donna Norris, Gerry Randall, Esther Steiner, Sonia Steiner, Sandra Beetley, Marcia Heisey, and Nancy Poock. Not piclured: Judy Louthan. OFFICE ASSISTANTS KY l ,gi Mrs. Minnich, elementary principal, gives some instructions on how to file permanent record cards to her office girls, Barbara Oaks, Joyce Macy. Jane Shanck, ,Ioan Fullenkamp, Aletha Sease, Carlene Grissum. and Dee Ann Westfall. .lo Ann Beck, Phyllis Cook, Ruth Shearer. Faye Swartz, Jackie Buehler, Barbara Voke, Glenna Warner, and Bertha Null are busy working in the business machines room. Glenna and Bertha are also secretaries for Mr. Byron Stoner. Clerk of the Board of Education. 83 . J .av-t PK X J' .ff X First row: Beverly Foster, Barbara Bennett, Sue Poock, Donna Sotzing, Judy Thompson, Juilene Hunt, Judy Hildebrand, Susan Miller, Paul Hershberger, Ned Shuttleworth, Carol Mumford, Jerry Minnich. Second row: Rosalie Mote, Sunny Rae Knife, Roberta Wooley, Joanne Macy, Cary Myers, Stewart Miller. Kent Brown, John Mishler, Okey Bragg, Connie- Thompson, Carolyn Hall, Louise Paulus, Janet Earhart, Judy Yount, Don Shaffer, Vernon Smedley, Judy Baker, Carolyn Furlong, Steve Wheelock, Jim Smith, Ann Markland, Sylvia Overholser, Mary Crew. Not pictured: Kenny Baker, Sandra Beard, Penrod Helmick, Teddy Pearson. ' in 7 ' 'T' f .'s'-'W "?" tv N T X, U s f , ' re MCT 4.5.29 ' -f4,wa.if2s25f?1t.,t1'S-41' vf 'ii j Q ' . . . ,-- vv Q L? 4 0' ' . T f "3 ,Q nj' ,Sa STRIKE 4 M- -. . A , ' 'lt' IMMNA ee X1 ': J ' .aff - x , , .L - I , V 5 9, Ji , THE " ' X, 155 ' 4,31 M E ' ' - ,W ,E f- H Y if Q I1 I- f' -5211 . fy, 1 3 E . A 'lizzie A 1 '. - , if . -'ri - 'W T 1 fl- .n ' on - A- 'V f' 4 4, ' .. 5,51-'Z' '-fi 'f' td 7 7: rd ? " 32.51, 154, ,K-L if : Q, Q f. '44 1- T ' t S f 37' T ,,, ,sees J My s are ,. ,Q ,M , J JV' , 1 s ,..4:g-4 jf, .Q ,,,. ' V -rvsffffvgvevli . 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During the basketball season the team marched at two games, doing impressive precision drill routines. Leading the marching band for all performances were our six majorettes. They also provided the spectators with some novelty dance steps and twirl- ing. The most spectacular twirling feat was that using the fire baton performed by Janet Gray, drum majorette. They also presented some excellent en- semble twirling shows at the basketball games. DRUM MAJORETTE Janet Cray First row: Janet Spitler, Janis We-rts. Janet Nlinnich. Sharon lddings, Marilyn Neff, Janet Cray, Charlotte Mikel, Charlene Heisey, Diane New, Esther Maxwell, Donna Whitmer, Barhara Stage-r, Barbara Roush, Donna Sotzing, Bonnie Coate, Lila Warner, Ellen Wright, Carol Stout, Nannette J J lfeiffer, Shirley Brown, Norma Jean Hicks, Alice lenny, Judy Oaks. Serfoml row: Judy Yount, Jane Kress, Donna Norris. Carlene Crissum. Movee Klishler, Ceorgiana Price, Joanne Holhert, lliana Hunt, Nlary New, Pat Smith, Judy Pfeiffer, Clarissa Hinkner, Verda Barnes, Pegge Creen, Dianne Elicker. Sonia Steiner, Ann Warner, Elaine Werts, Mary Ann Yount, Sue Downing, Marlene Turner, Carolyn Fiedler, Diana Horner, Janet Earhart, Diana Murphy, Mr. William Riley, Director. Third row: Peggy Hughes, Pat Spitler, Bernadene Lutz, Bill Goffinet, Bill Zellers, Cary Roush, Buddy Smith, Conrad Sturch, Boh Eelter, Jan Hissongz, Penrod Helmick, Gary Myers, Cordon Hall, Cf-ne Hunt, Paul Lutz, Paul Shilt, Sain Helmiek, David Whitman, Jim Vallieu, Stewart Miller. Eddie Hines, Cerry Randall, Sue Cilmhs, Gayle Beetley. Fourth row: Gene Fasick, Jim Wheelock, PIANO QUARTET Conrad Sturch Mr. William Riley Janet Spitler Janet Gray Itg -0.6 .99 fi Danny Hurley, Larry Cray, Cale Honeyman, Don Purkeypile, ,lerry Kinnison, Eugene Oda, DCC FTHHU, DOI1ald iWil'lIliCh, Bill Johnston, John Huffaker, lan Pemberton, Sandy Poling, Bob Schul. Ralph Mishler, Norman Stickel, Bob Stauffer, Cary Minnich, Joel Walker, Bob Goudy, Raymond Fuller, Vernon Smedley. Back row: Donna Ferris, Elaine Oburn, Marilyn Seabrook, Dorothy Surber, Beverly Warner, Roberta Feitshans. Connie Rhoades, Nancy Harshbarger, Ruth Shearer, Barbara Voke, K. Nickolson, Inez Mote, Karen Beeman, Esther Steiner, Beth Ogan, Sally Poling, Carole Plank, Carol Hoover, Barbara Garber, Pat Shuff, Rebecc: Kirby, Donna Davidson, Connie Oburn, Nellie Busby, Pat Neff. Not pirtured: Dwaine Roush, Sue Vanderburg, Aletha Sease, ,lim Thompson, Lois Albert, Virginia Farrenkopf, Jim Fenton, Robert Pressel, Bob Wheelock, Dennis Varvel, Marvin Weikert, Steve J Lees, Ronnie Whitacre, Terry Wheelock, Hazel Crawford, Allen Ogan, Marilyn Bright, lat Holmes. The vocal music department under the direction of Mr. Williaxii Riley had a busy season. A select mixed chorus sang in the Reformation Day Service. A smaller chorus chosen from this group. participated in a radio program. School assemblies and the FBLA district meeting offered other appearances for the mixed chorus, which consists of 135 voices and the girls' chorus. Janet Gray, Conrad Sturch, Sonia Steiner, Lila Warner, and Janet Spitler served as piano accompanists. The piano quartet appeared in the Christmas program and also played several selections in the spring program. A special feature of the spring event was "Bali Ha'i,', an interpretive dance performed by Carol Stout with the chorus accompanying her. The final performance of the year by the mixed chorus was at baccalaureate. In addition to directing the chorus and the piano quartet. Mr. Riley presented his third piano concert at Milton-Union. Several of the renditions were his own arrangement. in 15 '3 MIXED CHORUS - :br'?Q' gin? . 35'-' ,gt-3 ' .1 4' , :'- X X. .i Q32 t' I t IH- B I- ri 4 N . V GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First row: Nlr. William Riley, Dire-c-tor: Diana Hunt. Jani- Kr:-ss, Shirley Brown, joaiim' llollwrt, Bonnie Coate. Janet Cray. Accompanist. Seronrl row: Nlary Ni-w. lliam- Horn:-r. Elaine- Olrurn. Pat Smith. Norma ,lean Hicks. Third row: llazf-l Crawford. Pat Shuff. K. Nicholson, Beverly Wlarner, Elaine W'erts. Bark row: Barbara Garber. Carol lrloovvr. Beth Ugan. Esther Steiner, Karen Beeman. Marilyn Seabrook. sar3sfma,,l ' 45 'N lx JUNIOR BAND f x .chu Lx rv A' ' :.5.f,nh'iF"S4' AMYLJ- First row.' Mr. Lawrence Frazer, Dire-ctorg Dale Hughes, Barbara Tinnerman. Myra Foster, Steve Vore, Carol Spitler, Niles Jay, Donald Webb. Second row: Jerry Latter, David Cook. Valeria Harshbarger. Carolyn Furlong. Joy Thompson, Judy Cool, Jeffery Hess. Ralph Hildebrand. Carry Coffinet, Ray Jay. Keith Brown. Back row: Roger Whitaf-re. Chuvk Crvon, Tom Shuff, Lynn Hurst. Not pictured: Tommy Timmons. Robert Pyle. sim ff' ' First row: Norma Fnltvrs, llc-tty Crowe-ll. ,lanv Brvwe-r. lfsthvr Niaxwvll. Carol Mumford. Naunvtte- Pfeiffer, Darlene Minuich, Miss llvtty Jane Rhuamlm-S, .-Mlvisnr. Ser-and mir: Haze-l Crawfurfl. Nlary Ann Ynunt, ffliarloltr- SC'll!'lll'lII,!. Mary jane' K4-Itlvllalw. llarliara Yuki-. Sue- lmfwk. Phylli- ffmik. Third row: llwaiuv liUllSll. Carol lslllll. lfsthf-r Stn-im-r, llf-lu'c'1'a1 Kirlmy. Naury IRM-k. .lim llursh- hargcr, Ronnie Whitacrv. Burk row: ,Incl Walker, jim F1-nlun. Alle-u Ogan, K1-n Ile-num-rivh. jim Price, Tom Penny, David Whitman. No! pirlurml: Doug Gilihs. lliaua Hunt. Larry Earhart. l'al Spitlcr. REPORTERS l 1 CLUB K - '71, ' Carol Nlumford. jim Pri:-1-, and David Whitman arm' givvn instruction on the- props-r ti-r'l1niquf's of ncwswriting. A LB Q Diana Hunt. junior vlass rvpurtf-r. intvrvirws Mrs. Cret- ingz fur Ihr- lah-st happenings fur puhlivaliun in Ihr- Bulldog lfurlr. -g A conference is in order as annual staff members continue operations on THE ECHO. Seated are Carol Mumford, Circulation Mana- ger Phyllis Jean Cook, Typistg Ruth Shearer and Barbara Voke, Advertising Managers. Looking over their shoulders are Bonnie Shel- ley and Jane Shanck, Typistsg Dee Frantz and Stewart Miller Photographers. THE ECHO Ted Frantz, Editor-in-Chief and Photogra- pher of THE 1955 ECHO. discusses layout plans with Sonia Steiner, Literary Editor. and Miss Lucille Dunn, Advisor. Rough draft lay- out and preparation of the staff dummy entail hours of planning before any of the final copy is prepared. sms- W A ft, ' ' 3 . ,aLf"' 'V ar . .54 iw-f ' Progress is made on THE ECHO as mem- bers work to complete copy for shipment. Seated are liivie-tion Editors Mary ,lane Kettle- hake. Administrationg Nancy Poock, Girls' Sports: Janet Cray, Sf-niorg Nannette Pfeiffer, Underclassmm-ng and Connie Rhoades, Activ- ities. Standing are Judy Thompson, Artg Es- ther Steiner, Assistant Editorg and Sue Van- derhurg, Typist. Not pictured is Donna Norris, Boys' Sports Editor. identification, outlines, Copy-writing, and proofreading are familiar terms to any staff member. ,fa 1 A ...., Feature articles, interviews of teachers and students, news, editorials praising and editor- ials griping, running reporters, and deadlines all go to make our school paper. Journalism students Charlotte Scheuring, Pat Spitler, ,lim Fenton, and Dwaine Roush get the scoop for publication. Not pictured is Nancy Poock. BULLDOG BARK Miss Betty Jane Rhoades, Advisor, anu Editor-in-Chief of the BULLDOG BARK, ex- amines and analyzes the contents of the latest issue 4 , h ur xv -.-. I7 L... we The last minute scramble with rattling papers, stencils and pounding typewriters, and printing is familiar to the Bark Staff. Esther Maxwell, Hazel Crawford, Phyllis Jean Cook, Buddy Smith, Gale Honeyman, Allen Ogan, and Gary Roush hurry to have the BARK ready for sale in the lunch line. D-u.. VARSITY umzbro 0 The Varsity "Nl" Cluh. whose purpose it is to promote good will among the athletes of the school has as its chief project the selling of school tags for cars They al o sold felt hulldog emblems for sweaters These sales campalgns helped to procure funds to ald m the purchase of a trampollne Judges selected the float entered by the VI Cluh as the SVlI'lIl1Ilg float ln the homecommg parade The theme xx as a salute to all sports of MUHS x I we Ftrst row Garry Koogler Tom Penny Dlck Overla President Ronnte Studebaker Dxck Felter Larry Koogler ,ltm Thomp on Serond row Mr Wlllram Cmn Advlsor P ul Lutz Bob Herkms Duk Clmefelter Roger Svugart Jlm Prrce Reporter Jlm Valllcu Thzrd row Davld Stme Joel Walker Larry Pmkerton Cary Ntmmch Ralph Nllshler Dlck Rex Marvm Swank Ted Frantz Bach row Dave Shellhaas Ken Hemmertch John Huffaker Blll Johnston Dee Frantz Treasurer Ronnie Peele Bob Schul Secretary Ito! pzctured jack Randall Vtce Presldent NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 2- Ill U1 1 B-, 30'-iQ 2 'Q ev ' f I Fzrst row Conrad Sturch Naoml Newman Janet Cray Darlene 'llmmch Wir John Wllllam Advx or Second row Hazel Crawford Ann Warner Soma Stelner Darlene Hatfleld Iresldent Thzrd row Carol Mumford Barbara Garber Secretary Esther Qtelner Clorla Rlffell Baal. row Crowell Reporter Nancy Oburn Diana Hunt NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY X 2 2 6 X s Lf In the past the lNat1onal Honor SOClCtV has been an lnactlye OI'g3I'llZ8ll0ll mas much as the members elected no off1cers and dxd not assemble Thls year the members orgamzed for the flrst tune lnto an actlye club sponsored by Mr John Wllll3mS The constltutlon was drawn up at the beglnnlng of the school year and all students ln the sophomore, junlor and senior classes who had a total ayerage of 3 2 or above In all subjects taken were ellglble for memberslnp Offxcers were elected every semester and new members were taken IH at that tlme The club s prlnclpal project thlg year was presentlng a school assembly at whleh tune new members were mducted Other projects to be undertaken bv the club are tutorlng and the supplcmentlng of the xocatlonal llterature of our school llbrary - P5 5 z ll, K II ll "' Ta ' ' I 1? Q g l Y , I I 2 s l . gg 1 ,F 4 l 1 YY . . f .7 MQ' l ' n 1 Paul Lutz. Vice President: Ralph Mishler. Treasurerg Fred Moore. Ted Frantz. Not pictured: Betty' 5 'f E 3 W S "'2.'."'...T.:.'J.. . , , I'..I.1.'.."..-""1.""' iiuzn . -u-nnn--n- l r H , 1:11- nag? 41 . I IQL I- D I. 1 ull! ll I U 11 n in' 1 by of tg? 5x"'f ,tariff J A , 3 ,Aft , t '-" if Vt ,r First row: Doug Gibbs. .lan Hissong. Eugene' Hunt. Chaplain: David Whitman. Ronnie Slllli4'lJ3l'it'1'. Nlr. Russel Lutz. Advisor. Second raw: Joel Walker. Paul Lutz. Treasurt-rg Jim Crew, Cary Myers, Jim Thompson. Third row: Dee Frantz. Boh Staufft-r, ,lim Price. Gary Minnich. Dick Clineft-lter, Swre-tary. Bari: row: Sandy Poling. Ralph Nlishler, Vice- President: Jack Randall. Ted Frantz. Hill Johnston. John Huffaker, President. Not pictured: Pe-nrotl Helmick. HI-Y The Hi-Y is affiliated with the YMCA. The cluh provides a well-rounded program for many of the high school hoys. One of the projects of the club is to send officers to Camp Nelson Dodd near Nlount Vernon, Ohio. Every year for three days Hi-Y and ' Tri-Hi-Y clubs take over the state legisla- ture to learn more about the government. This year the Hilton-Union club sent two representatives. Jim Price and David Whit- man. A pre-legislative conference was held to acquaint delegates with state govern- mentg Jim Price. Dave Wlhitman. Doug Gibbs. and john Huffaker represented our organization. Shown here is Ronnie Studebaker reading the morning Scrip ture supervised by Gene Hunt, Club Chaplain. 96 "To create. maintain and extend through- out the home. school. and community. high standards of Christian character" is the motto of the Tri-lii-Y. an affiliate of the YMCA. This club was in charge of the Thanks- giving. Christmas. and llaster assembly programs. The girls also sponsored two other school assemlmlies. one on Narcotics and the other on Wcirlcl Service in collab- oration with the Ili-Y. But their liiggest project of the year was planning for home- coming fcstiyities. They also participated in the state Nlodel Legislature hy sending -Q Charlotte Schcuring and Karen Beeman as M' delegates. These girls, Sue Downing. Connie Rlioades, Charlotte Seheuring, Karen Deenian. K. lNieholson, and Jane Shanek were responsible for the Christmas assi-inhly. TRI - HI - Y First row: Kay Urmey, Judy Yount, Donna Sotzing, Donna Davidson, Pat Smith, Barbara Stager, Dianne Elicker, Georgiana Price, Mrs. Lucille Pippert, Advisor. Second row: Ellen Wiright, Joanne Hollmert. Marlene Turner, Clarissa Nlinkner. Verda Barnes, Sonia Steiner, Cahplain: Bonnie Shelley, Treasurerg Bonnie Coate. Sue Downing. Baci: row: Connie Rhoades. Seeretaryg Sandra lieetley, Karen Beeman, President: Joyce Macy. Esther Steiner. Reporterg Sandy Wolfe. Charlotte Scheuring, Jane Shanek, Vice Presidentg Judy Pfeiffer, Diane Horner. K. Nicholson. Not pictured: Sue Vanderliurg. ""1 The Qec' Batgimaiapgzi winning fit T C N carried U 0 C was esgo ,at was Spo Q OPS. ut the th fied by N n-01'Cfl I Gmc of their' filarlene 'fur yy Oat, swliho Her, A n IS 98 -1 f 0 Ntwexntuer 5. X025-L ttx xngtxt nt the 'Ntzxdismx tout- tmtt game. was ctvstnwd to be Hmneconnng. 'Un' tw- vaston was intent with rt pa- rade nt ttoatfs. the cmwxnng ot the queen. and vtctory tor our team. Here Queen Nant-y Harshbarger sits un the nted by her utfszffigg throne, , fi K f attendants. ludy 3 w Ianet Gray, Dartene Mtn 'MI nick. and Donna Norris 1' ,Wu A . ,V VJ. .Q 'it - Thi S wvas at Hom one of th . eco ' e bl What a qu mlng- Queen lggest Inolnenlg ffgm C0 C9611 desgrves ahCY retfeivetkl O alllams. JO! at I'I01neC0In- Vfffla. t 'H Huffakf "lg hf find uccompa PM-Kttvr. are Igau lg taiwan Cjlub gan, Get . 2 Oger Swi- schul, K iirglana Pncef Bob Tl 1 lirizeuiyaqogt that Won first Varsity' 4fMff'g51liuterl by the .. - u ' nas a salute t J. Its theme ticipaggd in byoNaIl:JSIJorts par- ml'fCQf:'1ztir i A H5-Those I Lutz R in Ken Hemmerjchl 'Alt takes a queen to crown a queen!" Mrs. Peggy Minnich, Homecoming queen of 1953, crowned Nancy with the rose-covered laurel while co-captains, John Huffaker and Dick Overla, looked on. 1. 1 , 1 'els ILM, 3 FE TIVITIE rrgr .5 1 The third prize float was sponsored by the senior class. The theme was 'gwe have crossed the bayg the ocean lies before usf, Here Sonia Steiner, representing the senior class, sits holding pink and white mums while Mr. A. E. Geeting, class advisor and captain of the ship, steers it on. tlzletics BR f'if?FI1'2 1 "' x 1 77 X U' .,V up N.2"sgag5i4 7 , '2f43f13gQff 1 1 f X xr VT , 31441, , '1 - 1' iff?-fi ' I Q -' f, I if w - 4, ,W 0 ss - ', '0 x 1 O O ' 1 v . :ga . . fx Q S59 n Z Mi ,, AW 4- " ia , ,mf YI, .. Y' iii gy, Ju. "aw ,af 'A QI? First row Mr. William Ginn, Assistant Coach, Jim Price, Ted Frantz, Jim Vallicu, Dick Rex, Dee Frantz, Dick Overla, John Huffaker, Robert Herkins, Ralph Mishler, Jack Randall, Gordon Hall, Marvin Swank, Mr. Robert Long, Coach. Second row: Bill Johnston, Ronnie Studebaker, Joel Walker, Dale Beetley, Gary Myers, Jim Thompson, Dick Clinefelter, Penrod Helmick, Cary Midlam, Sandy Poling, David Stine, Terry Elliott. Back row: Fred Sanders, Manager, Bob Felter, Lee Daugherty, Terry Peele, Allan Swigart, Sam Helmick, Wayne Stallman, Jim Crew, Bill Dresbach, Lloyd Goudy, Larry Pinkerton, Bob Bainbridge, Manager. The 1954 football season will be remembered by Milton-Union as one of the best and most interesting. For the first time, the Southwestern Buckeye League was composed of eight teams, and Milton went undefeated through league play, winning its first undisputed league championship since 1943. The lone defeat was against Northridge in the opening game. The 1954- team had the best offensive and defensive marks in league play, scoring 151 points and holding the opposition to 30. Co-captain, Dick Overla led the league in individual scoring with 13 touchdowns, and established the longest touchdown run in the league history. Against Randolph, in the last game of the season, Dick scored on a 99 yard run from scrimmage. Five members of the team were selected for the All-League Team picked by the league coaches. Dick Overla and Jim Vallieu were selected for the backfield and Dick Rex, Jim Price, and co-captain, John Huffaker were chosen for the linemen. Voted by the members of the team as the most valuable linemen were Dick Rex and Jim Price and the most valuable back was Dick Overla. Chosen by the letter winners to be theyco-captains next year are Jack Randall and Dee Frantz. V V-sw Milton-Union's Marvin Swank piles over on a power play f0l' CRIDIRON SCORES l954 We Oppomfnl They 12 Northridge 14 26 kwest Carrollton 6 6 'iButler 6 7 iiflakwoorl ., A 6 20 "Tipp City , 6 20 Covington , ,, 0 20 liliaton ,, 0 27 fhfladison , , , , 6 45 'iRandolpl1 ,, , , ,, 0 'League a touchdown against Randolph. COACHES: Mr. William Ginn, Mr. Robert Long, Head Coachg and Mr. William Ballinger. Here. Jim Vallieu is tackled by a member of the Northridge football squad. This game ended in defeat, the only one of the season for Milton-Union. This was a common sight during the football season, Overla carrying the ball and ,lim Vallif-u always close at hand. 103 JIM VALLIELI RONNIE STUDEBAKER NIARYIN SWANK JOHN IIITFIXVKKEII Fullbaqk Blocking Back Dlfwkingl Dark 'I'a,.kl,. All League CO-l,.IlI7l!1l-I1 All League af, X Rf' 53' - GORDON HALL DEE FRf'kN'I'Z End Wingbavk 3 I ALAN SWICART DALE BEETLEY DAVID STINE ROBERT HERKINS Tackle Tackle Fullharfk Guard IO4 DICK OVPIRLA .HM PRICE TED FRANTZ DICK REX Tailhaa-k Guard End End ffv-Captain All League All LPUHUF' All League RALPH NIISHLER JACK RANDALL Ca-nts-r Tackle .HM THOMPSON CARY MYERS BILL JOHNSTON JOEL WALKER Guard Guard End Tailback I05 an-ng.. .hm vw . Ji' in We 5: v I I S 5, 5: if KEN HEMMERICH x Q L RONNIE PEELE xl ". 'J 'em xxx! 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N111 '.'1 'gf 1-21 . . . . 411011. - 'z 105 U111' 1111 '11f1111s 11-urs Squz 1 'll 1 - '- ' Z, J U' '. 111 - , 4 1111' 1111- 1111 -1' 1-ig1111 1111' s1- ' 11's. H11 ' -'-' , 111111 1 ' 1' ' 1' 111 ' 111 10 wins in 12 .'I2l'1S for 1111: 111-s-" '1 1 2 k' ,1 f111' '. 1 1, 111 :1-1 x z 1' -Xt 1'-1 '. 4 - NIH. H ,,I.-UI IINN 1 I' 1 ' 11 1 1 1 1 T 1 1 X, x, , I 41"" ' 1 , 1 , ,1-, 1 W, ' 1 K.- ind? 1 I iw A - - - - '-" ' a ff' Y' 1 ff' ' jf" l ' ha r v ' Y mi, ' ' V -, . . ' - ,1 1 j i , .-0' f' 11 'E ,gf 1 J, 1 N . 'F M1 N ' 1 XG' ' 1 '- lf" 1 - 1 - - I ,1 -1. gg, Q 1 X- 4 1 5, i . VARSITY CHEERLEADERS NANCY HARSHBARGER DONNA NORRIQ T.-. .. E 1-V' X .- MARY ANN YOUNT NORMA JEAN HICKS -J... lik lil! IX JINIIJI !XtIx IICU H 1 i Fzcnl 1 nt 1 7 ll 1 H1 N 4 Xllll lt llll Hlbh Jump Bload jump Pole Vlult S1 ut l ul Dlscus ROYNIE PFFLF State fhanzpwn 880 Xard Run IIO 5 IWN K ss' 19 ui 1 ml bb Hun 220 1 1rd low Hurdles 170 1 nd Low Huldlf 11.1 In 1 1 fllfll 1" 4 263 lrrwn 1tt1 ll :tel 1 x nnnn B01 N bul ax llunt lu ohn 1 1111 :lull 171111 Uxttla Gfnx 11111111 1 ax 1X'lIllS om 5l1lIlll9l fll 42 1 lm 1 17 1955 1911 'hi 'I 195 1 first mu Danny Hurlev Jlm Yallleu DlCk Overla Ronnlz Koo ltr Tom Louthan Second mu, itcwart Nllller 'Nlanager Dlck Cllnefelter Gary Iddmg, Larry Pmkerton Fred Louthan Bob Balnbndge Nlanager Bath rou John Huffaker Ronme Peele Jack Randall Ralph N11 hler Dee Frantz Bob qrhul 'Klan Stout Mr Wllllam Gmn Coach TRACK TEAM The four bows of the 1904 track team who broke the sehool records ln thelr lIlC1lXlClll3l eyents were Don LUIIHIIIIIQ Ronnie Pet le Dlek Oyerla and Bob Qhul 110111116 IS the only state champion West 111lton has had Ill the 030 Yard Run Three of tht se boys wlll be returnmg thls season so we are antlcxpatlng new school records rlhe team as 'I whole dld yely well durmg., the lxst season fxcept when they were encountered by West Carrollton and were beaten bv only one polnt At the Delaware Relays, the boys made a sery g.,ood showmg Dee lrant7 ROIHIIC Pult Bob Sbul 'ind Alan Ntout 111111 lllllllf wltb top hflllllls lll tht two nnlr 1el'1y thur tune was 8 26 1 Q 'l l '.1I,'l'1' 1' 1f1 RU' K "' 'fy 174' 100 va 'l lltsb 10.-1 Xvzl 1' all 11211 ' 2L0 Yarl llusb 23.0 Wval " llzlil 1031 , 1- ' fl-110 Ya el lltsl 50.5 Bill l" mi 1'tfl I U00 Yard l' 1109.5 llc '- l'm'1'lm' lf l- 1XI'l - R + 236.11 l ." IO?-lt r 120 'z ' Iliff -llc-s 16. N11 J s 1' 'grer 11310 " Ya , ' ' .1 J It I v ff 1. Ya' ' ' as l-1.2 fm X 'nf , 5' 71.1" . ' gs l ff ' t 20'll .1 Glen llzlrt 1 38 1 2 11, Ifgw 114 ', ' g fl -11 l '15, SIZ., llon 11llIllIIl1IlS IOS-11 .Q 12J' 5 7' B1 .ul t-.-1 111.8 .fig H, A 'ls , W x. X L Q ' Q ' . ' 5 l 1,51 ' K 'E V -,, ll 1 1 1,41 -s 1-tra 1 , A 1 5 yi ' s'. L -I x 5 ,xl 1 av' .rx 1954 F Q .t B xl jj .gif xy Q00 EMI UN A - ,.. S s' at tl '17 vi muff X s R 2 i,. wk. Gt ' .LW V BXLW' 'vu ' E I ,is inf 4' B -2 t' A .K L L First row: David Whitman, Bob Felter, Bob Hicks. Jerry Elliott, Ronnie Koogler, Ken Hemmerich, Marvin Swank, Dick Overla. Bark row: Gary lddings, Jerry Norris. Gary Midlam, Don Plank, Ralph Mishler, Jack Randall, Paul Lutz, Jim Thompson, Lynn Warner, Manager, William Ballinger, Coach. The 1954 Milton-Union baseball team played a fourteen game schedule. Their final season record, including tournament play, was ll wins and 3 losses. The Bull- dogs were beaten by Vifcst Carrollton by the score of 8-5 for their only league loss. They were defeated in tournament play by Chaminade. 3-l. Ken liemmerich, Milton-Linion pitcher. pitched lil of the ll games won. Coach Ballinger, in his first season as pilot of the baseball team, was well pleased with the performance of all the boys. He stated that the outlook of the 1955 baseball team's season looked bright, after losing only three boys from last year's squad. Mr. John Williams, Coachg David Shellhaas. ,lim Wheelock, Garry Koogler, Bob Sehul, Tom Penny, Dick Felter, Larry Koogler. Cary llinnich. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM The eight boys of the 1954 cross country team made a very fine showing during the season. They encountered West Carrollton and beat them 28 to 27. but then fell in defeat to Lanier and Patterson. Bob Shui went to state placing Sth, after winning the district meet at Springfield. His time was l0:3T.3. II2 JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Connie Thompson. Susan Nliller. Sondra Sesslar. Susan Kerr, Fawntella Swank. These fin- lasses l'llt't'l't'ti for the junior high football and basketball and freshman basketball teams all during the respective seasons. They were also seen at every home basketball game encouraging the reserve team ' on to victory. BULL-PL' PS FOOTBA LL SCHEDULE 1 They Opponent We The young Bull-Pups. representing the junior high 0 Tipp City 7 LL athletic program at Nlilton-Union. are building for the 12 Butler ' 7 W 7 future' O Randolph 33 Mr. William Ballinger and Nlr. John Brill, coaches 19 Butler H 20 for the junior high teams. expressed their extreme satis- 21 Tipp City 18 faction over their respective squads for the 1954-1955 football and basketball seasons. The primary objective of junior high athletics is to secure boys and train them in order that they may be At the time gf ihig fi-,,py-. I-9511115 of the strengthened for the varsity program. basketball season were not available. JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL First row: Jimmy Oburn, Stanley Magel, Tom Cray, ,lim Smith, Joel Vanderburg, Michael Beetley, Jerry Pierce, Larry Pierce, Teddy Oaks, Bruce Spitler. Second row: Steve Wheelock, Gary Stude- baker, Terry Cummins, Stewart Miller, Terry Humphrey, Scott Lair, Vernon Smedley, Jerry Hughes, Benny Carroll, Bucky Northrup, Dick Wheelock, Doug Steiner, Rex Pierce, Dicky Downing, Manager. Back row: Mr. William Ballinger, Coach, Allen Netzley, Jack Waymire, Bill Hay, B05 Heli, ElCl0Il D6VidS0n, Ronnie Albert, Jerry Oaks, Ian Pemberton, Jim Newman, Larry Honeyman, Kent Brown, John Mishler, James Davis, Gary Roush, Mr. John Brill, Assistant Coach. , ' 4 . QQ L . FRESHMAN BASKETBALL First mic: Bill Cline: Stvwart Nlillvr, .lim Nr-winan, Cary Hnufli. ,lan llunt. Baflr row: Hr. ,Iulm Brill. Cnaclig Je-rry Huglivs. Sain Hr-lmick, Tum Smith. Dvwitt Fanclifvr. Allan Swigart. Vs-rnnn SIIl0fllPy. Ruin-rt Mill:-r. Cary Saul. Ronnie Allwrt. Managze-r. ,il . P C411 .' .' x JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL First row: Dean Cline-fvltvr, Dick Wlle-f-lovk. Tvrry Huinphrvy. lluxiil Svhul. Lnwoll Sllf'2'lI't'I'. Nlirllafxl Wie-sc-r. Bark r0u': Mr. Wfilliain Ballingvr. Coach: Allvn Nvtzlvy, ,lack Waymirv. Darn-ll Saunders, lnts Kale-ps, jc-csv Hainvs. ,lulm Wirlf-ne-r. john llishlvr. Smit Lair. 0, -1 N n I in ,av Ni-QQ i -out 'an i ' k x x,,......--W-' 5 lx J an - Q Y ,f I, It As-ff A QA lil' M, Cenler from: Darlene- Xlinnich. Sonia Ste-ine-r. Nannvttv l'f1-iff:-r. janv! llruy. Cum: llanlx ni x Loutlian. Mrs. Lucille Pippert. Coach: Nancy Harshlmargc-r. Ann Warncfr. Carol Huour P Saul. Sue Gihlus. VARSITY BASKETBALL Thf- girls' varsity lwaslwtlwall team has won uni- uf the- lllI'f'f' ganws it has playccl thus lar this season. Ilnwever. Sinvc the girls' intvrsvlmlas- tim' lnasl-wtlxall svasun clifl not begin until January 25. the results of the-ir envount- ers wvre not available at presstirne. t. it , ,Jn N ,K X31 A'- gdf A A Va mn mn VE Xxx Y Xlu 'Nat x X n X 1 X hunk 'V NLM 'im KX xx X N hu L X MX 5.511 U x W S N4 X O X X X Y 1 m rx YWNX Nm X mu U und xw X rx Uk VK hxxaxxazl Nan X K Lhnxru NW m Dmnx X K Nw ydulwr Q UNH OXQXRMQ U hx EKU MAB N880 5 RandaX 40" 'N RESERVE RESERVES Frrst mu ,Iowa Spltlsr ,Iudx H 'mt ,lm llnld:nlma1l1 l for lalld Pm Barbara Sta er 'Xldelnlxn liurn Serum! ron Judy Hilde brand Nldrlm ne lurne r 1 arulxn I-1: :lla r Clan a Nimknn Nl :rx I rr w lizttw f rowell Nhm ll I llllu rton Bm! mu Mrdd Harm 'Kun RIM km are Sandra Nh: rmdn ,luely Hake r Barbara licnne ll lum Snula r Nclln Rusbx Firxt rout Nanvy Olnurn. Manage-rg Darlf-no Minnivh. Nlra Luville- Pippvrt, Cum-lm: livrnaull-nv Lutz. Nancy l'mwk. Smrvkm-pf-r, Sefoml row: Janet Cray. Sunia Sta-ine-r, Nanm-llv Pf:-iffm-r. Donna Norrix Thin! fillff Ann Wlxrne-r. ffurnlm- Plank, Sally Pulingg. Nanry Har-lmlnarglvr. .Tot pirfnrwl: Judy Lnulhun, VARSITY VOLLEYBALL :X lut nt' int:-rt-st zlnrl l'IlllllISlliSlll has lawn shown in thc' girls vt'lltl'l'M.'ll4PlilNlI4' spurtw :nt xllllult-l nnvn llllfltljl thc- past uni, Uplmmvll yvur. tht- girls ure' lH'l'Iltlllt'4l tu plan unlx 11 SIX-gittllt' 50115011 , ,. , . . ' ' , :ull llllll f.1lx with Z1 limit nl ont- gliltlll' pr-r um-li for 1-at-ti girl. E , . ' 211- f,1'4't-Iivlllv the gIll'lS varsity x'4nll4'ylmll tvzun won lllI't'0 uf itS Six .12 jliqlm ganws in tht- 1051- sc-asmi. lhit r-zu-In girl rlisplziyt-ml guml spurts- 25 gidmw llllltlilllp and mijnyvfl c'untu1'ts with utht-r tl'illllS. VU1' were well 22 lllvusum Hill plvzlsofl with this re-vnrrl. lllilSIlltll'll as przu'tir'c svssioni wcfrv 10 Troy liniitvml to Iwo llUlll'S por us-ek for varsity unrl rf'sf-rvv players and one hour for tht- l'l5St't'Yl' re-sc-rxf-s. i 7 Yr-XIiSl'l'Y HICSI I,'l'S Tlwy 213 20 I5 3,1 29 30 il - - 5 W I .-1' "-'T . lf: 53' X. I q , vi -V '- n " X by v Vg Q, C, - A . awk 1 l i I N7 ,, .. fg , , X as HV' , - J 3 .. 4 i A .. V ff v zu K 5'1" NJ '41 .4 I Q - 44 'N 4' ,J Q -, I 1 1 - I A . as L L L ll .- ' .LIL t fl. RESERVE VOLLEYBALL First row: Sharon Brown. Miro Pc-nny. Lila Yvarne-r. Euhhif- Xlillvr. ,luvkiv Bus-hh-r. Diana Hunt. C4-nrglianzx Prim-. Elton Wright. .lumly Divkc-y. Janet ltinnivh. Ser-nnrl row: ,Indy Pfviffc-r. .Indy Ynunt, Norma ,Ivan Itivks. Put Shuff. ,Ivy Hurlvy. Nr-lliv thlshy. Naomi N1-wnum. Be-tty Crow:-ll. Clarissa Klinknr-r. Marla-nf' 'l'urnm-r. Barhara Ftagvr. Third mir: Yvrda Harm-s. Suv F1-ttf-r. Carolyn Fir-fllvr, ,Ioan Fullvnkamp. ,Ivan Mary. Marvin He-iss-y. Diannv Flick:-r. l'1-ggzv Crm-n. Suv Downing, llrmnu Fvrris. Bark row: Pat Smith. Elainv Ohurn. Kar:-n Ur-vnian. Eithf-r Ste-ine-r. Carol Hmm-r. Pe-ggxy Saul, lhfth Ugan. Bvvvrly Warm-r. Virginia Farr:-nkopf. Suv tlihhs. Ce-rry Randall. dv evil sets BAKER'S RADIO AND TELEVISION ELLIOTT'S SERVICE STATION Jim Price Ronnie Sfudebaker Vernon Marcum Eddie Hines XX-H I e-i I - G 1 - k ,-' ' I ' ' ,Q ' - we 1.a'S9?.i.f ' ' '- V'-' . i' WILLARD'S MARKET RACHEL ANN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Donna WI1i+mer Roger Swigari' Barbara Voke Mrs. Rachel Ann Sarver Donna Norris Carol Mumford . bHtAI'H:L'3 ' A DESK SETS Q nf' X 1 , . . I . T ' I s , , . p. . td . I y . .P X , - 6 L Q v hx A WEST MILTON LUMBER COMPANY MONTGOMERY'S WATCH SERVICE Jim Fenfon Conrad Sfurch Mr. Jacob E. Mon+gomery STILLWATER MATTRESS COMPANY Mr. J. S. Bes+ NanneHe Pfeiffer Bernadene Lufz ROY H. MILLER Dick Overla .Z -.3 'x 5- BILL NETZLEY, ROCFING AND SIDING CONTRACTOR Mr. Bill Neizley Bob Hicks Mr. Bill Nei-zley Jim Price Bob Schul SAX 'Win EE! WESTERVILLE CREAMERY MAYFLQWER THEATER Frank Wheelock Ronald Luh: T ' Mary Jane Ke'Hlel1ake Phyllis Cook roy' Ohm l2l I22 CHRYSLER BOB KRAUS INSURANCE AGENCY MIAMI SERVICE STATION, INC Mrs. Richard Markland Mrs. Duane Weikeri Rollin Eikenberry Larry Earharl Bruce Bridges FLEMING'S WATCH SHOP MIAMI GRILL Dick Rex Donna Norris Judy LouI'l1an Darlene Minniclw Mr. Wenclall Fleming ff-vs' GAINES' FURNITURE STORE SCRANTON'S FOODLINER Darlene Haifield John Carroll Sally Poling Ronnie Peele I .I -5. Jim Wheelock, Sonia S+einer f . 'WP r IA' I fl . W 1 ' 'U WJ-9 le 'pal '..n.1-4 Localionz 3 Miles Nor+l1 of Wesf Millon STElNER'S Sand and Gravel WASHED CRUSHED GRADED Also River Bo'H'om Top Dirl' Fill Dirl' READY - MIX CONCRETE Also Winferized Concrele WEST MILTON, OHIC PHONE ll8 We 2+ MILTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Connie Rhoades Carole Plank 5331 u . ROARK'S FURNITURE RECORD PRINTING COMPANY Ann Warner Ted Franfz Ber+l1a Null Glenda Warner Mr. George Hodgin I24 . g Y rvigmyv I nr . 1 '-fb -'ff-4 "H A rig! H - ,Xi W y A - Q A 4? 'l-+I ,,Akk , U N" .-on ,J . .. .wsf 1, - get-'12 . . ! mm .J VJ . I M., X J,,.X KH X 7 A K! 1 x . 1 .. KooeLER AND soNs BROWN5 MARKET Bonnie Shelley Inez Mom Barbara RouI::+ Spmeliella Kendall S. J. RUDY AND SONS FLOYD KESSLER HEATING Gordon Coppoclr Norman SIicIreI Eugene Odd Larry Gray Mr. Floyd Kessler CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Janei' Gray Ted Fran+z , Si WARD JONES CHEVROLET WEST MILTON INN '26 Bob Bainbridge Bob Hicks Nancy Harshbarger Carole PIanIr X X I gf SHADES FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES I"IERR'S RESTAURANT Pa+ Spifler Ronnie Sfudebaker Janei Gray Ken Hemmerich Dick Overla Connie RI1oacIes i BYRON D. STONER. General Insurance ROARK FUR SHOP Bob Spi+Ier Lynn Warner Nancy Oburn Jim Vallieu Janis Weris Mr. Byron S+oner Farmers State Bank Emeuswoon, OHIO The Friendly Bank Wifh CompIe+e Banking Service MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Deposi+s Insured +o SI0,000 LUCAS MOTOR SALES Marvin Swank Ronnie PeeIe Ruih Shearer Barbara Voke Y CHO ,N HlQ'l5LPH3Ol IAIJN C3 1 F V YW L. no 'VW pp 'w eat Vllbmn, Uv on, lroy, Vo'Sd1W ltww, 1 ovn, I L n, V 1 ff LV' kfJ PY' K. I J I' A F510 N510 Homo 'T O "'llO "PO 1H1o PAO O Ln v CX, 1 fn 1 'fhf IJQX if A , ,.. 5 4 hllll. 2 . , ' "N L .. . .... ' 'U ' IIICJ ., ., . T74 'V . V, . ,. 1-Wf if whnt, T1 cant Lb'- , , .. -. , -Q . 'vcw 'Ny tfpi 1,lr 1M fx M- h,' M' -. 2.1 ' ' 1 . , .,, fpio next Vi .. P i .'.'f.77t, "lil .. . Mwllarsbwrn, NIL mwnt vii Q '.' abit YilVOE .f: 3 A643 Hi t H, Chi ACSL Nil un, W'io kw,L Yil XJ, CAL, iudlow falls, Chly gest 3i1'Pu, Chiu Kemal , mhiv Trny, PhiO .vii film D, his , ,ji 'i'xm'lXn, ...-1 ' Y fir, xii? , Q-'1..,. 'B-Qx .. U ..,M., . A , YH ..V .Fifi , 141 v't'1Y'3, k5:.T . -fain... V-an M. ... ., -:'Tfw ri, 'lim fvmy, 51A 'yn , -4w,,,., .W-XL. 'P ' T1T' 1, 'if' ,, . "' Yo 'X ' ' , . , ' ' lun' .w.' xfli I, 'g f - Hi1i'u. Viv ,iii E4 ' ' - ' -an McGRAW'S CHEVROLET 5HAW'5 'NN John Huffaker Gordon Coppock Esfher Maxwell Berflwa Null Glenna Warner ' A ll . '2' l yi Kim-3,4 xr fa OH'O NAUONAL PATTERSCN FLOWERS LIFE INSURANCE CCMPANY Sue Vanderburg Jane Slwanclc Judy Thompson Mr. Clyde Hines MARKLEY FURNITURE COMPANY MUON ELECWC Judy Loufhan Ru'rl1 Shearer Mr' Harold Elder MILLER BROTH ERS CONTRACTORS ,Q ' , ,. 'U-533 A Hough 4-whekel drive high Iif+. el bank. Summer+ime operaI'or, John Paul Miller. No. II2 caferpillar grader. This piece of equipmenl' used for grading MT' I' sI'ree'rs, parking Io+s, cuI"ring slopes, ,':.'f:-- and side di+ches. Operafor, Paul ' Kerr. 2.5.4 . . Sears' .4 .. A Lorain 321 cubic yard power shovel. Used for digging basemen+s, loading from gravel banks or s'rock I piles. Operafor, Roberl' H. Kinsey. A. .f Q . l - T.. - A .i I ' T' "-.f'-2-jg - - W- - ' ' "' T R155-s""SW9'1 Roberl' Gearhardl' operafing Ihe Iargesl' ca+erpiIIar +rac'Ior 'IhaI' is made, pulling an eleven cubic yard carry all scraper. This ouI'fiI' is used in building farm ponds and o'Iher dirI' moving iobs. Bulldozer fi'rs on fronf of +racI'or. R.R. I WEST MILTON, OHIO PHONE WEST MILTON 330 I30 Loads 'rrucks from sI'ock pile or grav- f 1-ky--'--1-ga - -I-, N A - '-. an N WILBUR E. BEETLEY CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Sonia Sieiner Nancy Poock PI1oI'ograpI'1y a+ Hs BesI"' SCHOOLS WEDDINGS BABIES H. A. POWELL STUDIOS Largesi' in Ihe Midwesi' Toledo-Dayfon-De+roi+ "FULFILLING A PURPOSE WITH OUIET DIGNITY" Chapel Air Condifioned Ambulance Oxygen Equipped HALE FUNERAL HOME 275 Nor+I1 Miami SI'ree'I' Wesi' MiII'on I4W-l4J HLSTON HARDWARE ORCHARD SPRINGS FISHERIES Jerry Kinnison Danny Hurley Duane Oaks Donald Minnieli 'S Nlkixr vo. x-1-.uaotda NETZLEY COAL 8 OIL CO. Laura. Ohio The 1955 Echo Staff of Nlilton-Union High School wishes to thank . . . the businessmen who purchased the ads for the annual . . . ll. A. Powell Studios, George Woodfield. Max Lair. Dale Miller and Fred Frantz, Sr. for the photography . . . ,lohn Welles of the Taylor Yearlvook Company for Ins assistance in production of the annual . . . the faculty for their cooperation . . . AND . . . Miss Dunn who so willingly gave so much of her time throughout the year to supervise the work on the yearlmook. Allie-rt, Lois Albert. Ronald , Applegate. Raymond Arnold, Sandra , Baker. Judith .. Baker. Kenny llainlrridge, Robert Barker. Frank , Barnes. Verda .. , Beard. Sandra ., Beck. JoAnn Berk. Marlene , Beck. Richard Beeman. Karen 17 ,,,,17. 85. 112 21. 48 14. 17. 85 ,, ,, , 14. 78. 85. 115 .,,, 20. 82. 85 32. 102. 110 15. 42 21, 72, 73. 78 88, 97. 115. 117 ,, 15. 76. 77 , 24. 83 15, 19. 115 .. .,,,,,, , , 23 .,,,25, 70. 76. 78 89, 90. 97. 115. 117 Beetley, Dale ,,,,,,.,,..... 20, 102, 104 Beetley, Gayle ...,... 16, 76, 78, 89 STUDENT INDEX Be:-tley, Sandra ,,,,, Bennett, Barbara Beseeker, Larry Illaekuiore, Ann Breidcnlmach, joy ,. Brewer, Jerold ,..... . Bridges, Bruce . .. 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