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

 - Class of 1956

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This is a popular phrase that often er-hoes through the school halls. Sam Warner. Bruce Spitler. Nancy Free- man, and Pat llearth catch up on the latest news and gossip. 0afaetofaq-0wz4c4oo!ZcZe- BOOKWORM HEAVEN . . . Doug Steiner seems to have given up comics for "thc finer things in life" as he browses through the newly arranged library shelves for a book. .Q "r4g,Np0' 4 S ' 5 ' A' U . i- K - , if 1 1 AJ 44 I J '. 'Qin I ' 4 QS' f' Vf 44 . gn ii I .f 'F' ' ,XXX S'I'HlXC!4 VX'I"f-XCPII-ill? . . . If so. ilu-y'rc invisilvlv. Cheerleading tryouts luke- plum- annually lu-fore thc student lvody. Ihr- gurls lll'llL'llCl' illllvllti of time and Iwrforln lu-fore the student body who iota' for the lwsl. IG THAT CRAZY GADCET! . . . No. it's not Captain Video, just Dave Whit- man reading the morning announce- ments over the public address system. Each morning a senior from speech class reads the announcements and a member of Hi-Y or Tri-Hi-Y reads the devotions. WIN? 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'1'l - 31-1 - 11 'lllfl 1-1111111 ra 1- s. 11111 '1-11 111 1111- 111111-r s1111l1-1115. lllillit' '- 1: 111111 '11 1-1:1 1111111 -'-'11':. 0 -1-111111 - - 11--11-111-rs. lll 11' 11y.1 H' t, t-1 -1 : -1 1 tC'1-.ar. 1' - '11 lp ' 1 3 s ' '- - I' -, , '- ' 1 3011. SP1l1'I'1' 11-1-111'-----511 s. 1-'31-s. ,Q 1-' 1-1 .1" 5111. '1kS.' 1 1 A1 .1 Aj. v 't' ' 4 A X ' ' ' ' . .SI A4 i'- ,L . ,, ,, - -- .,,. . ' . mm eil. NIH. H. L. OSBORNE Superinlenzlent of Schools Completing his first year as superinten- dent. Mr. Osborne formerly served four years as principal. He received his AB. from Wilmington College and NIA. from Miami Liniyersity and did further gradu- ate work at the liniversity of Cincinnati. He enjoys bowling and all spectator sports. MISS PHYLLIS OBURN School Secrelary Ufihief worrier at the school., is the summer title given to Phyllis who has hccn employed for five years as school secretary. She enjoys art. painting, knit- ting, and all spectator sports. QW X H.-D I MD ,.. 7 m f - 'fx ' ' k.J'i af! X.. -A 1329 NIH. JOHN A. WlI.l,l.lXNlS High. School Principal Mr. Williams has completed his first year as high school principal. after having taught math and science six years. lle ai' tended Wittenberg College for BS. and Miami lvniyersity for his NI.lid. lle spon- sors the National llonor Society and Stu- dent Council. He also coaches the golf club. MRS. ONEIDA NIINNICH Elemenmry School Principal ln addition to her many responsibilities as elementary principal Mrs. Blinnich sponsors tl1e School Boy Patrol. Before starting her seventeen years as grade school principal, she attended Wittenberg College. University of Dayton. and Nliami l'nive-rsity. and holds a B.S.Ed. She en- joys photography and travel in her leisure hours. 564041 Zjocvwl wee, ,fu Zara xx fa X -l 'Nlr Emeron Nwank Nlr Lawrence Bud Prltchard V1ce Presxdent Mr R1Cll8I'd Stemer Presldent Mr R 'Nlr Byron U Stfner Clerk Trea urcr 'Nlr xI1lES Nlote L Osborne Supermttndc-nt of Schools Nlr Ivan Seman The members of the Board of Educatlon are elected representatnes of the people of the school dlstrlct, who are responslble for establlshmg school p0llClC5 ln the lVl1lton Lmon School DlStf1Ct So smoothly and so efflclently do these cltlzens execute thelr illltlCS that we who beneflt from thelr declslons are hardly conscious of thelr work Thelr regular meetings are held ln the Board Room at the Hlgh School on the second Monday mght of each month It IS flttlng that we thank these c1t1zens for thelr tlme and energy whlch they have devoted to our school system MR JACK L ADAMS Newcomer to M1lt0h Umon fan ulty thls year as teacher of geog raphy and Engllgh attended Mlaml Unlverslty and Umverslty seventh grade advlsor Map work plays an lmportant part m Mr Adams seventh grade geography classes of Dayton . . . holds B.S.Ed. .A . . 5' ! r .A,., ' I . A I - 'O MR WILLIAVI H BALLINGER Thlrd year at M1llOH Umon teaches soclal studles holds BSEd from Mlaml Unlverslty coaches jumor hlgh football and warslty baseball works at Dayton Power and Llght recrea tlon park during the summer cue Zotiemfofatievztcme Mr Ballmger pomts out far away places to Carol Stout and Cary Mldlam ln one of hls clvxcs classes Mr Ballmger also teaches hlstory and socxology K. L I U U f Q V. -1-ll. it l V 'N lg, 1 kl.' W, 1 'fl l ' A , l to ' ' 5 5 r Af ' ' s A f - 'iii' it l ii far! 5 ' iff" .Val 'I Mr. Bittle performs an experiment for Charles McNair, David Newman, and Gary Pierce in one of the eighth grade science classes. 5- , Y' ' f pfzafdt Mah e ' 31 Q .4 V MR. FRED L. BITTLE 1 .-2 vw' Received B.S.Ed. and M.S. from Bowl- 13 "- ing Green and Miami Universities respec- tively . . . member of Kappa Delta Pi . . . advisor of sophomore class and Science Club . . . director of audio-visual aids . . . summer playground supervisor in Montgomery County . . . likes gardening and all sports. X51 X .. 1 X l N. g 1 I 1 I . Ili i f 5 tp 1. if '71 .4 K 'ii 1 "Here's what you're looking for," says Mr. Cummins to Gary Nlidlam, Linda Vore, and Judy Oaks. Student have access to many good reference materials in the sc-hool lihrary. ln honor of Charlotte Scheuring's winning the State Betty Crocker Homemaker Award, General Mills sent the latest edition of Encyclopedia Bntannzca I My S., . . MR. DALE L. CUMMINS Director of junior and senior class plays . . . eighth grade advisor . . . attended University of Dayton and Ohio University for B.S.Ed .... has taught seven years, two at Milton-Union . . . librarian . . . junior high coach . . . delivers mail in summer . . . also serves as Boy Scout leader. MR. RAY E. DILEY Sponsors one of the best F.F.A. clubs in the state... has been teaching vocational agriculture for fifteen years . . . holds BS. and lVl.S. from Ohio State University . . . also sponsors 4-H Clubs and adult farmers . . . likes winners, dislikes quitters. 7afzez'4e A ' 'Q , ff'f"fP 7 K qw, aa, A .. FFA boys learn under supervised farming programs. Boys have livestock and crop projects in which they have a share of investment and from which they receive a share of returns. Many of the boys, like Nevin Hess, have registered livestock for a project. Mil- ton-Union FFA boys have won many awards at fairs. I !I , I! 4 f Vocational Agriculture is based upon the National FFA motto: Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve. Milton-Union FFA boys learn to do in the classroom and farm shop and then put these practices into use at home. Q 4 Q -1 N ew.. 4- -4 I' 3 n ref MISS LUCILLE DUNN The Echo advisor . . eighth year of teaching . . . received B.S.Ed. from Man- chester College . . . attended Defiance College and Ball State Teachers' College . . . teaches Typing I and general business . . . co-advisor of junior class and assistant ad- visor of F.B.L.A .... enjoys traveling and classical music is .... Q, B To help the students in the general business class better understand some of the topics discussed, Miss Dunn in- vited guest speakers to bring firsthand information. Mr. Clyde Hines, represen- tative of the Ohio National Life Insur- ance Company, talked on the history and function of life insurance. J "u N-fi' :Jw X-gg 4 KM rx X AQ ge, " 's X ' f X- 1s7.,1ff 'HQ y 1 I 'Y A f ' ' A jf -, , i. f --.SB I iv if 'PP' fflliig ' I For the first time at Milton-Union, all eighth grade students were re- quired to take personal typing for a period of six weeks. The course was designed to give the students the basic techniques and knowledge of the keyboard so that they might be able to submit neater themes, book reports, and projects. ,!n. anc- N' ht fb.. gi 1 X rev 5 5 .gui MH. LAWRENCE FRAZER Nineteenth year of teaching instrumental music . , . received A.B. from John Fletch- er College . . . M. of Ed. from Miami University . . . also attended Wilmington College and Cincinnati College of Music . . . conducts Milton-Union Marching Band and Orchestra . . . in summer is a private instructor and a piano tuner. 74eZcZfe4afacn To provide additional prac- tice for band members, Mr. Frazer devotes several periods a day to class lessons. Shown here are some of the students in the woodwind section. .,,,....,-,,,. . fl 3? Q Q V , 1 nw A jf .Y 31:44 1'I N. Q 'Pl x ',, Rembrandts, maybe? Along with the Style Revue came an Art Revue. A variety of talent was displayed. Students in the art classes provided posters for various school activities and Mrs. Frazer helped with the decorations for the Junior-Senior Prom. Junior and senior art students, under the- direction of Mrs. Frazer, provided the atmosphere for the Style Revue with the stage setting shown in the picture at the left. MRS. MARGARET FRAZER First year on the high school faculty, but has taught school eight years . . . teaches art . . . attended West Liberty State Teachers College and Miami University for A.B. MR. A. E. GEETING Has taught a total of thirty-five years , .. - . . . graduated from Miami University with B.S.Ed .... teaches senior high mathematics . . . assistant sponsor of Student Council . . . enjoys traveling and , - gardening. X vnalfoadq , Curves can he confusing! Of this, the geometry students are sure. Mr. Geeting, who also teaches algebra and trigonometry, gives individual attention to students after the assignment has been made. HRH KATIILP FN GFETINC 5E'lll0I' ll'lQQ adn-or ulxul A B from Ohm Wcwlex Sl s hkes kmttmg and gardening teachcw Englwh and gpanwh ha 16611 tear hmg Qex enter-n war- Como Q-td u ted' IQ a que-Qtxon often aiked bx Spam h tudc-nts and thexr teacher 'Wt Ceetmg Thema Qc-cond war Qtudents are able to carry on quite a come-rQat1on m Qpanwh They fmd lt fun 1 1' 7. '. Inf A 1' f ' -... ...rv- . .' V , ' 'Y - an . . . attended Ohio Lfnivcr- - 1 . . . S 1 f U Q f l f , . s. ' . .. I I Y I I 1 One of the new pieces of equipment in the physical education department is L - , . 3- a 8' ji is . .- ,,.x , . Q E . 1 ,H ff: . ! rl 5 '-'t 3 if l ' 1 the trampoline. Mr. Ginn is instructing V' Q K , 1 N these seventh graders in the funda- ,QT -- ' ,,, , t, , V "' . Ill -v A . A mentals on the "tramp." , ' A I 'Q ' T? R . LULAJ SALES Just before leaving the school for a period of driver training with Instructor William Ginn, Connie Wirrig. Terry Pressel, Bill Zellers, and Judy Baker pose for a picture. NX .,. an,...' MR. WILLIAM C. GINN Enjoys hunting and golf . . . head bas- ketball coach and assistant football coach . . . teaches drivers education, physical education, and health . . . co-advisor of junior class and advisor of Varsity "M" . . . graduated from the University of Dayton with B.S.Ed .... works at Na- tional Cash Register Old River Recreation Park during summer months. .,, UA --.Y , .4 -.. ' .5 'J ' 'FQM-vs. ' .- - v x 'r-J-,Y . . r na, I ' ' T""-fS...,, .. L , .' 1 ,ct 6 , 'J 'ss br Mr Huffakrr make frequent ue of the blackboard a he he-lp her Jumor hlgh arxthmetlc students solve problem lIlYtllNll'lg fraction W4?0f!"1fe 3? MRS LAL REE HUFFAKER Enjoys watchmg three grandchlldren and studying famlly llfe BA from Lf Manchester College teaches mathe matlcs spends summers as a part tlme church camp mstructor " in ' : V .gifinflezf I , fx' 1:ia22.i:, ' fiafeilif Q 71, A ' 4' J A 'I 1 W' ', , V .ti A ' n ,J gl 'V 'Qt -.J-7 - 1 X fl L ,I , :uf E wi,-4.,:x:ii, E , ,, f. kk 'if f'3 X' f 1 ll - 'Ii V eh Y V , S lf i 'tl 45 Viv .Q U4 Y ' If ' xrfft '1 - ' 1 j kavx lmlh I v ' I latte E A s. s s 4 s s ' ' ' ' ' s' ' " ' S. I 5 I I I ."s. kr, K , AL' 0 u if ' ' ' . . . . . MRS BILRENIECE B KERR Attended George Peabody and Defiance Colleges holds AB and M A from OhlO and Columbla Lnnersltles las taught English and mathematxes for twenty fue years sponsors F T A enjoys travellng and readmg Q-'V AQ Wflb., ,Pu- -.,,,,,'5"""viI wzqcfalmwl Freshmen 1n dramatlzatlon of stones rn thexr lltFl'3ll1l't lx one of their favorite actlvlt es fi l' o 'I V " ' l 54 W J' - 3 ll ' ' lf: I :S l 3 . K . . . -..M..L'..lL I 7' 1 ' ' 1 5, -- -W , f , ,wg - ' l. - 1 . x. , . u :Ns ' 1 . X N W' ff: , 4' :Wi W ' ' f-Q V ' .IKEA l,. N k J ., , xii. V hill! gc sg ' trltffik, :im o I I f'dthe " -' ' " - wks ' " "i. mf e- - I L13 ' ' v 4 i 1 " .Li A u J x V : g n - 1 I . -. ,rt f' I X X 4 H Sf' 5 f 1 MR. ROBERT E. KREMER Serving second year as teach- er of history . . . sponsors J.C.W.A .... received B.S.Ed. from University of Dayton . . . enjoys popular and waltz rec- ords and week-end golfing . . . is impressed with tremendous school and community spirit. Alice Penny and Janet Mmnlch render aid to each other before trying to tackle one of Mr Kremers American ...Af , . I, - Vis' e ,. sq I if H In ' 11 gl , ,. A ' :- 'V E Terry Pressel Dwame Roush and Terry Peele look at the complftrd hnstory projects whnch were requxred by all students m Mr Longs Jumor classe towzetk MR ROBERT LONG Head football coach and as slstant basketball coach has BA from Otterbem teaches American history and physical educatlon m ployed as house painter durmg summers ""'lE'l""' MR. RUSSELL J. LUTZ I 1 2 ...f ., . . l A1559 K V I, 3 -af? '-.Cv We Fclffo M I. t.-g..... 35. ,ty 5 .wana-H,.ga' X. R. Biology students, making a study of water life, closely observe the aquarium. Atom Smashers! "Future Ein- steinsf' .lim Crew, Kenneth Hines, and Dick Felter, watch the chem- ical reactions as Mr. Lutz mixes some strange chemicals. . , ii 1' I N., i A 0 gi , A 3, ll i S 21 N 2' gk WWW 'rmfiii'igRRiiTiioQ,xl. ,"- yr, MH ' ' ' vmwu-' 'V ' 'NTETER' ' " ' flifwf UPZXJ 1' is if 1 W ,W M YJLXM- it Advisor of Hi-Y and Direc- tor of Guidance and Athletics . . . received A.B. from Man- chester College and M.A. from Miami University . . . also attended Wittenberg College and Ohio State University . . . has taught for twenty-eight years . . . teaches biology, chemistry, and physics . . . enjoys traveling, sports, and gardening . . . dislikes waiting for haircuts . . . works at Bow- ser-Morner Laboratory in Day- ton as laboratory technician during the summer. MRS. EDITH NOBLE Likes wind, autumn and her work but dislikes chicken . . . freshman class ad- visor . . teaches English, Latin, and speech . . . B.A. and lVl.A. from West Virginia University . . . also attended University of Wisconsin, Ohio and Ohio State Uni- versities. . 5. .56 . . x-'fl F r I N Karen Beeman pantomimes "lt's in the Book" for an assignment in speech. Speech students gave an interesting and hilarious assembly by doing their pantomime skits. Bonnie Coate presents her speech in a panel discussion while panel- ists Gloria Riffell, Gene Hunt, and Bob Stauffer await their turns. il MRS. ROSEMARY PROUTY Another newcomer to the fac' ulty . . . teaches music and junior English . . . attended Oberlin Conservatory of Music for B.Mus .... enjoys reading and classical music . . . Direc- tor of high school chorus. 01046 Q Four dramatic actors wait to lake their parts as Mrs. Prouty reads a line from the play, "Our Town." 1 , ,-1 1 ,rsfiigfifii 'u wtitii 2 rite . ,JK Miss Sandra Jones, student teacher in the business ln office practice class. students gain experience department, shows Carlene Grissum and Gerry Randall while learning to use various machines. Here Miss how to operate the new A. B. Dick electric mimeo- Rhoades demonstrates the PHX in the superintendentls graph. office to Leona Shelley. lillen Wright, and ,loan Ful- lenkamp. wade ' age. . ,Q MISS BETTY JANE RHOADES Seventh year of teaching business sub- jects and journalism . . . sponsors F.B.L.A., Bulldog Bark, and Reporters, Club . . . has B.S.Ed. from Miami University . . . works as sales auditor for Rike-Kumler Company in Summer . . . enjoys reading and traveling. 35' T- Llnda Vore Sue Clbhs and Ned Looker recexve last mmute pomters from 'Vlr Scheurmg for the fmal exam an Ile MRS IVA M SCHEURING Enjoys farm auctlons sewmg photog raphy and reflnlshmg old furnlture graduated from Ohlo State UHIVCFSIIY wlth B S Ed IS attendmg SIIICIBII' College . flrst year of teachmg at Mllton Umon . teaches Engllsh f me '-' -7417 X e ,QMS I Mlt. lllilil'IR W. STALICY Tcacliffs inclustrial arts . . . rm-civecl BS. lftl. from Cuinlwrlantl liniversity . . . also attenrletl Ohio Northern and Ohio Lini- versitivs . . . sponsors lnflustrial Arts Cluh . . . starting twvntiffth season as a sports official in three major sports . . . works as Ohio Connnissioner for the National Baseball Congress. wze dede Stud:-nts in Industrial Arts learn by doing. These freshmen boys are setting type- preparatory to printing pro grams for the music department. ,Y Iii A -X T., X l ' MISS TIIHODOHA STOCKSDALE llas BA. from iVlancl1ester College . . . also attended Miami University and Ball State Teach- ers, College for Vocational work . . . advises F.H.A. and adult homemakers . . . enjoys people. sewing. and typing . . . is home economics teacher . . . holds the Honorary State Home- makers Degree. Miss Joy Wilkens. senior at Miami University, is serving as student teacher in home eco- nomics. oftie wdadvaefiem. Janet Pierce demonstrates the cor- rect way to make a bed while a patient occupies it. Virginia Farren- kopf is acting as the patient in the nursing class. JK I 4311-f kg, A li s.. .,... Showing Helen Rogers the cor- rect procedure in making her blouse is Miss Stocksdale. Sue Fields, Judy Stager, and Judy Van Kirk watch so that they'll be able to complete their blouses properly. D013 QCIPIIQ? cla WMM MRS MILDRED A WARNER Newcomer thls year graduated from Mlaml Unlverslty wlth B S Ed teaches sclence asslstant elghth grade advlsor llkes to I'CflIllSh antlque furniture also has addltlonal tralnlng ln dletetlcs from JCWlSh HOSPIIHI ln Cmcmnatl ' I I. -n vo - V .M....., .-, Q ww, ,.l 5, -.,. '. A ,J-39,4 ' A ' , " 1, ' A ' .1 C -f J , . Doug Steiner points out the development of tools to Linrla Rathfon and Su ne Nhller m one of the elghth grade ? 5595. "Three strikes and you're out!" In the early spring, softball is the favorite sport in Mrs. Waymire's gym classes. :de Competitive sports which are in season afford these girls a chance to exercise and learn the funda- mentals of playing well together. .,. A 'agzdea ,dwflldt Ang 'J051 M At - r, Al 1' ,- rezf 1. L-sol,-fo , fern- V . .... -',,..v 4 J - I X, Y ' 'EEE fl MRS. NELLIE WAYMIRE Chairman of summer play- ground program . . . advises G.A.A .... merited B.S.Ed. from Wittenberg . . . has re- turned to Milton-Union faculty as teacher of health and physi- cal education . . . enjoys collect- ing and reading books. MRS ALTA WOODFIELD Has done substitute work for the last three years now a member of the ac ut recelved BAEd from the Um verslty of Oregon co advlsor of the seventh grade enjoys wrltlng short storles teaches mathematlcs Indrvxdual help rs glven to stude math problem to Carolyn Hall gi ,.f""','. 11,1 X, nts when needed Mrs Woodfield IS shown explalnmg a busmes gl . . . f - ly . . . . . . '- f ' ' . x 1- fg 1 F: lag I ON! I ' V - lanwwu . L 5-We .V . i ,WL fl. . '-4 -t , -E 1' e -,-,... . s., ,IJ A. 'll' A, xf- . ,,f. V ' '- -'fig ' . I . , I . , -- : , I - , U, -.4 .. ' ' fy ,4 vu- 1:3 43' l-l gn . ii- , L i Q' 1'- J "2 i 'Pi Cafeteria Employees Nlrs. May Nvtzlcy. Hrs. Lawrne- Konglcr. Mrs. Delight Shuff. Mrs. Velma She-arvr. Hrs. Georgia Lyons. Mrs. Ermal Flow. Supvrvisorz Hrs. Kathryn Harshhargvr. Mrs. Edna Rose: Mrs. Bc-ssiv Fine. Hrs. Pauline- Waymirv. Not pictured: Mrs. Tr:-va lflilvrs, Mrs. Mary Kinnison. , ' ,cmdgaa ' .J-"Z" Custodian ', Service l First row: Mr. Boriss Klints, Paul Patter- son, Lynn Yonnt. Roy WnnlPy'. Seronfl row: Jim Van Kirk, Ted Richardson. Ray- monfl Applvgatv. ,O 'Vx T C7 ff' rw fLa,57C,MP.ge5v Ui E 'cnc-sts A CT . A2 W 'Vai ,Q :hw-Q-vl ,A -L , A 1 ...jhub-. -.. 'w- fe' o M4-mi' .41 I . Q Q ,ICI ,,.,..m-, fag, . an ' ' ' "55""' I.-tx -if-aff H' Bus Drivers ,- ivi v k Lee Hissong, Bus Foremang Howard Albaugh, Ned Brown, Harold Nies. john Weaver, Daniel Engle, Logan Smith. Substitute: Leonard Fetters. Everett Null, Otto Elifritz. Roscoe Black. Fred Hall, Curtis Henman, Eugene Kirby, Not pictured: Dale Lewisi ' .v-3. Qeepfle ' ,M 'I "4" ,,.:.....:"-' '--- ,x- 1 , 5-?'S-.-in -L- 'Q-QQ.. - .- bf? ' ii-uv , CIE: ,ns my .- V,.. 'il-".v.,,a,.. . v' - ' , - ,. . Q ' 5 v 4,1 ---D 0, '--. ,N 3 F3 ' ' ni' 2-ew, "' e- -wa: 3' In-. ,.- F' . X Commencement for the Class of 1956 was planned for outside. for the first time in the history of the school. Part of the ceremony was also held inside, however, be- cause of rain. The speaker for the occasion was Dr. L. Claire Warden of Oxford, Ohio. With eleven down and one to go, the seniors face their last and biggest year. Now that it is their turn to run the school, they resolve to do so wisely and thoroughly. By holding the offices in many of the school organizations, assisting some of the teachers, and serving on the varsity athletic teams, they Hmake their weight felt" in a variety of ways. Guiding the seniors' last year were Ralph Mish- ler, President, Patsy Smedley, Secretary, Esther Steiner, Treasurer, and Gary Midlam, Reporter. They planned and executed the many senior proj- ects during the year. The class find honors to achieve scholastically, and do so in an impressive manner. They win ranks in county, district, state, and nationwide scholarship tests, place in the American Legion essay contests, represent Ohio in the nationwide Homemaker of Tomorrow contest, and receive such awards as the Bausch and Lomb Science Award, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award, Thom lVlcAn Success Award, and various other achieve- ment rankings. As salesmen, the seniors take part in the maga- zine campaign. They become tourists for their trip to Washington, D.C., and New York City. Acting suddenly becomes important, as they put on grease paint for the class play, Beans for Breakfast, and for the Senior Day skit, satirizing political conventions and elections. As the year ends, the seniors look back only infrequently, and more often plan for what comes next. For many it is work, for others, college, and a few, marriage. Whatever their plans, the class resolves to remember they are working "Not for ourselves, but for othersf' asain wade SANDRA LOUISE BEETLEY Sonnie March 11. Annual Staff 4, FBLA 3, 4, Parlia- mentary Procedure Chairman 4, FHA 1, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Miami Scholarship Team 1, Office Work 3. 4, Senior Class Play, Senior Scholarship Team, Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Intramurals 1. FRANK EARLY BROWER Rorky January 15. FFA 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Hall Monitor 1, Hi-Y 3, 4, JCWA 4, Photography Club 3, Science Club 1. 2. 3. 4, SHARON ANN BROWN Sherry July 10. Chorus 4, FBLA 3, CAA 1, 2, 3, Inter- scholastic Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2. 3, Junior Class Play Prompter, Science Club 1. SHIRLEY ANN BROWN Brownie July 6. Chorus 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, County Vice President 3: Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play. TEREsA ELIZABETH BAUER Terri August 30. Transferred from Versailles 3, Chorus 3. Ru:uARu LEE BECK Ilif-If xl August 19. lil:-aelier Crew 3, lnterseholastie Foot- ball 1, 4. Jo ANN BECK ,Io April 19. FHA 1, Honor Society 4, Nliatni Seholar- ship Team 1, 2, Office Work 4, Senior Scholar- ship Team. KAREN SYLVIA BEEMAN Cork September 24. Annual Staff 4, Buckeye Girls' State 3, Chorus 3, FTA 2. 3. 4, Secretary 4, GAA 1. 2, 3. 4, Honor Society 3. 4, Vice President 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4, JCWA 3, 4. Reporter 4, Office Work 4, Reporters Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 3, Senior Class Play, Senior Scholar- ship Team, Student Council 4. gd- CARROI, LEO BURNSIDE Sleepy February 28. llleaeher Crew 3, lllterseholastic Football 1. HAZEL MARIE CRAWFORD Hazel Nlarch 9. Annual Staff 4, Bulldog Bark Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4, Chorus 3. 4, Dramatics Club 2. 3, Honor Sovie-ty 3. 4, ,Iunior Class Play, Library Staff 4, Nliami Sr-holarship 'feani 1, 2, 3, Reporters Club 3, 4, Science Club 1, Senior Scholarship Team. BONNIE LOU COATE Bonnie February 8. Annual Staff 4, Chorus 3, 4, FBLA 3, FHA 1, 2. 3. 4. Reporter 3. Secretary 4, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Student Director, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. RICHARD L. CLINEFELTER Dirk May 2. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, 4, Inter- scholastic Baseball 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 1, 2, Senior Class Play, Student Council 1, 3, 4, Varsity "M" 3, 4. 5055651441: -.1 fwwwulrvfwi A I . Q, 'uv BETTY MAE CROWELI. Berry July 19. Chorus 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3. 4, Reporter 3, Intramurals 1, lnterseholastic Basketball 2. 4. Softball 1. Vol- leyball 2, 3, Junior Class Play, Library Staff 3, Miami Scholarship Team 2, Reporters Club 3, Science Club 1, Senior Class Play, Senior Scholar- ship Team. DONNA LOUISE DAVIDSON Donna April 3. Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4, Dramatics Club 1, FTA 1, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Senior Scholarship Team, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. President 4. RUTH NAOMI DICK Ruth October 3. Transferred from Covington 4, Chorus 4, FTA 4, GAA 4, Office Work 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. JUDY DIANE DICKEY Judy May 25. FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, GAA 1, 2. 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Interseholastic Softball 1, Volley- ball 1, 2. 3, 4, Library Staff 1, 2. 3, 4. WILLIANI DRESBACH Willie March 22. Hall Monitor 13 lnterscholastic Football 1, 2. 33 Science Club 1. ROBERT LEE FELTER Bobo January 16. Transferred from jefferson jr. High 23 Chorus 3g lnterscholastic Baseball 2, 3. Foot- ball 2. 3, 43 Junior Class Play. DONNA MAROUERITE FERRIS Boo .luly 8. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 FHA 1, 2, 33 GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Representative-3 lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 43 JCWA 43 Office Work 31 SUE LYNN FETTER Susie July 3. FTA 4, Reporter 43 CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Representative, Reporter 23 lnterscholas- tic Basketball 1. 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 JCWA 4, Treasurer 43 Library Staff 43 Reporters Club 43 Senior Class Playg Senior Scholarship Team. efalioffedtdcwd f JOHNNY FISHER Johnny February 6. Band 1, 23 Chorus 3g Dramatics Club 33 lnterscholastic Track 1, 23 .ICWA 3, 43 Junior Class Playg Photography Club 33 Science Club 1. DORIS FAYE GILLUM Doris October 23. Transferred from South Webster 4. BARBARA ELLEN GARBER Barb March 18. Chorus 1. 2, 33 DAR Citizenship Test 4g FHA 1, 2. 3, 4, Parliamentarian 2, Treasurer 33 Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 3, 43 Junior Class Play3 Miami Scholarship Team 13 Office Work 4g Senior Class Playg Senior Scholarship Team. PAUL DOUGLAS GIBBS Doug July 17. Band 13 Football Manager 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Interscholastic Track 13 Photography Club 33 Science Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 1, Reporter 23 Senior Class Play. va DAVID LEIGH FRANTZ Dee Scpteniber 4. Annual Staff 3, Chorus 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class l'lay Student Dire-etor, library Staff 2, 3, Science Club 1, Treasurer 1, Student Council 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3, President 4, Varsity HSI" 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. DONALD LEROY HALL Ilan February 18. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. GORDON TDDINCS HALL Cordie July 25. Chorus 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Class Treasurer 1, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 4, Library Staff 2, Senior Scholarship Team: Honor Society 4. MARCIA NELL HEISEY Marcia Nellie June 13. Chorus 4, GAA 3. 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 3. 4: Office Work 3, 4. f -I 'lf 'YQ ff , n r PENROD HELMICK Curly April 24. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Class Re- porter 2, Class Vice President 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Interscholastic Baseball 4. Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3. 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 1, 2, 4. CHARLES ROBERT HERKINS Herk June 2. Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Interscholastic Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Library Staff 2, Senior Scholarship Team, Varsity "M" 2, 3, 4. NORMA JEAN Hicks Stogie July 29. Chorus 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Homecoming Attendant 1, 2, Queen 4, Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Office Work 1, Photography Club 3, Student Council 1, 2, Secretary 2, Sweetheart Hop At- tendant 1. 2, 4, Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRIET ANN HILDEBRAND Squirt November 15. Band 1. 2, 3. 4, Chorus 4: Dramatics Club 2, FHA 1, CAA 1. 2, Hall Monitor 1, lnterscholastic Volleyball 1, Library Staff 4, Science Club 1. 1 dltdilldfledlt CAROL ANN HoovER Carol June 21. Bulldqg Bark Staff 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4, First Vice President 43 FHA 1, 2, 3g FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Play Prompter. PATRICIA ANN HOLMES Pat March 16. Transferred from Dayton ,lulienne 3, Chorus 3. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. PEGGY ANNE HUGHES Peg November 16. Chorus 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Cheer Chairman, CAA 3: Library Staff 4. DIANA DALE HUNT Diana October 19. Bulldog Bark Staff 2, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 45 Class Reporter 33 DAR Citiienship Test 4, Drill Team 3, 41 FBLA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4g CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 39 Honor Society 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Reporters Club 3, Reserve Cheerleader lg Senior Scholarship Team. JAN RICHARD H1ssoNG ,Inn December 30. Chorus 2, 35 FTA 1, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, lnterseholastie lluskethull 2, lfootlrzill l, Track 2, Miami Scholarship Team 23 Science Club 13 Senior Class Play. BEI'I'Y JOANNE HOLBERT Jody July 28. Annual Staff 4: Bulldog Bark Staff 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4 Representative 4, FTA 2: Offiee Work 4: Reporters Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4, Reporter 4. DIANE LEE HORNER Diane June 5. Annual Staff 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Niajorette 41 Chorus 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4. Reporter 4, FHA l. 2, 3, 4: CAA 13 Office Work 4, Reporters Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4. Secretary 4. GALE EDWIN HONEYMAN Cale ,luly 8. Annual Staff 4, Bulldog Bark Staff 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 43 FBLA 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, ,lunior Class Playg Office Work 4, Reporters Club 3. I LOwEI.I. EUGENE llUNT Grviie Nlay 25. liaml 1, 2. 3, 4, Cliorus 1. 2, 3, FTA 11 lli-Y 2 3. 4, ffhupluin 3, 4, lntcrscholastic liasa-hall 2, 3. 4, Track lg Junior Class Playg flrrlu-slru lg Sl'l4'llI'4' Club lg S4-nior Class Play. JOY EILEEN HURLEY Joy June- 14. Annual Staff 4, Chorus 43 FBLA 3, 4, Secretary 4, CAA 1. 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Repre- I se-Iitativn-, Vice Il't'Sl1ll'lll 4, llllt'fSl'llfllZlSllC liasket- balf 1. 2 3, 4, Softball 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ufficn- Work ,lg S:-nior Class Play Prompterg Senior Scholarship Tm-ani: Honor Society 4. JERRY LEE JACKSON Jerry' March 8, Chorus 21 FFA 1, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4. REBECCA JEAN KIRBY Berky October 7. Chorlfs 3, 43 FHA 1. 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3. 4, Rf-porter 3, Treasurer 43 Library Staff lg Office- Work 1, 2. 3, Reporters Club 3. 'C ' , and ' in ni 6444. JANE LOUISE KREss Janie February 4. Chorus 1, 2. 3, 44 FBLA 4, FHA 1, 2, 3. 43 FTA 1, 2, 3, 45 Office Work 33 Senior Scholarship Team. ROBERT EUGENE KRI-:ss Bobby January 15. Library Staff 43 Photography Club 4: Science Club 1, 2. JERRY FRANCIS LONG Jerry July 24. FFA 2. 3, 43 Library Staff 1, 2. PAUL MARION LU'IZ Paul May 24. Band lg Buckeye Boys' State 3, Chorus 3, 4, Class Vice President 23 FFA 1, Reporter lg Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 3g Interscholastic Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Track lg Miami Scholarship Team 2, 3g Science Club 13 Senior Class Play, Senior Scholarship Team, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Reporter 23 Varsity "M" 3, 4. A 3 u. Q 74eaZa44,a!4q BOBBIE JEAN MILLER Bobbie August 2. Bulldog Bark Staff 2, Chorus 2, 45 CAA 1, 2, 3. 4: lntrrscbolastic Basketball 1, 2. 3, Volleyball 2. 3, 4: Library Staff 4, Office Work 3.4. GARY KENT MYERS Chic September 26. Band l. 2. 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 43 Inter- scholastic Baseball 3, 4. Basketball l, Football 1, 3. 4, Junior Class Play 3, Science Club lg Senior Scholarship Team. MARY FRANCIS NEW Mary June 20. Chorus 1. 2. 3. 45 FBLA 4, FHA 1, 2, 3. 4g FTA 1. 2. 3. 4g Office Wcirk 3. NAOMI JANE NEWMAN Naomi October 28. Dramatic-s Club lg CAA 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 3. 43 Interscholastic Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Miami Scholarship Team 2: Office Work 23 Photography Club 3g Senior Scholarship Team, Tri-Hi-Y 4. ,AW V sy , -if RALPH liPnRA1M N1ISHLEH Ephie Sl'IIlt'IIlllf'l' 24. llanfl lg lhickr-yr' lloys' State' 3, Chorus 3, 4, Class President 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, fl, Vim' Presiflent 3. Prcsiflcrit 4, Honor Society 3. 4, Treasure-r 3. Prf-simlent 4, lnterscholastic llase-ball 2. llaskcthall 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3. 4. Track 1. 2. 3 4, Miami Scholarship Team 1. 2. 3, Scif-rice Club 1: Sr-nior Class Play, Senior Scholarship Teani: Student Council 1, Varsity "Nl" 3. -1. KATHERINE JANE NICHOLSON K. April 19. 'lirarisfcrrcil from' gtivc-rs High School 3, 1ll1l'kf'yf' Girls' State 33 Chorus 3, 4, Hall Xlonilor 4: JCWA 3, 4. Secretary 4, Senior Scholar- ship 'll-aiu, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. BARBARA LEE OAKS Barb September 13. FHA 1, 2. MARY ELAINE OBURN Zig December 17. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 FHA l, 2, GAA 1, 2. 3. 4, Hall Monitor 3, Interscholastic Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4g Office Work 3, 4. I 1 I 1 I I JAMES PEARSON Jim May 25. Band 1, 2g FFA 1, 2, Miami Scholarship Team lg Orchestra 1, Photography Club 3, 43 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, 2. NELSON ROWLEY Pos'r Joe August 13. Band 1. DONALD VERNON PURKEYPILE Clem March 27. Band 1, 2, Chorus 3, Industrial Arts Club 4, Orchestra 1, Photography Club 3. JACK HUDSON RANDALL lack June 20. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g lnterscholastic Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, C0-Captain 4, Track 2, 4, Varsity "M" 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4. 135' 53 rl-1 meow' MARILYN MILLIGENT SEABROOK ,llarilyn April 26. Chorus 3. 41 FHA lg CAA 33 Hall Monitor 23 Science Club l. DONALD LEE SHAFFER Donnie January 17. Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 2. ROBERT JUNIOR SHAW Bob Nlarrh 5. PAUL EUGENE SHILT Louie Nov:-nib:-r 27. Chorus 31 Football Manage-r 2: ln- dustrial Arts Club 4. Secretary 43 Photography Club 3: Travlc Manage-r 2. GLORIA ANN RIEEELI. Gloria Septcnllwr 18. Hall Nlonitor -lg Honor Fovivty Il 4: Intramurals lg Nliuini S4'llUli1TSlllIl Te-ani 2. 3 N-nior Scholarfhip 'llt-am. JAMES HICIIARIJ RIIOY jim July 20. Library Staff 3, 'lg Sl'lf'Ill'4' Club l. PEGGY ROMAINE SAITL Peg: May 2. GAA l, 2. 3. 4. l'lft'SlllIli1ll Rt'llI't'Fl'IllilllX'1'Q Hall Monitor 2, 31 liilr-rscliolzislin' llaslu-tllall l. 2. 3, 4. Softball 2. Vollf-yball l. 2. 3. -I-. ClIARl.OTTE LEE SIIIIEIRINC Charlotte' Now-Inlu-r l2. 'lnransfe-rr:-Il from lnmlianapolis llrouul Ripple- 3: Annual Staff 4: llullulog Bark Staff 3. 4 Editor 41 FTA 3. 43 Honor Socivty 4: Junior ClasQ Play, Stutlm-nt llirm-vtorg Nlizuni Fvllolursllip 'll1'LllIl 33 Reporters Club 3. 4g Svnior Class Play. Student Directory Sc-nior Svholarsliip 'll-ani: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 42 Be-tty' Crovkvr Hoinvinulu-r of 'llt7llIUI'l'0YV Awarnl 4. PATRICIA ANN SHUFF P111 October 2. Annual Staff 4, Chorus 3, 4, Class Reporter 1, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Drill Team 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 1. 2, Softball 1, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, JCWA 4, Library Staff 4, Office Work 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Science Club 1. PATRICIA ANNE SMEDLEY Pat October 20. llanfl 1, Chorus 4, Class Secretary 4, FBLA 4, Library Staff 2, 3, Office Work 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team. BETTY LOU SMITH Berry October 10. Transferred from Jamaica 4, Chorus 4, FHA 4, Hall Monitor 4, Tri'Hi-Y 4. DONNA MAE SOTZING Donna August 12. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4, Treasurer 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, FTA 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. HX allmadedeaeqta CHARLES ROBERT STAUFFER Bob February 13. Chorus 2, 3, FTA 1, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1. ESTHER LOUISE STEINER Tillie September 4. Chorus 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, JCWA 3, Junior Class Play, Miami Scholarship Team 3, Office Work 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporters Club 3, Senior Scholarship Team, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4, FBLA 3, Student Council 4. CAROL STOUT Stoutie Babe July 22. Chorus 3, 4, Drill Team, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4, GAA 1, Intramurals 1, Junior Class Play, Senior Scholarship Team. ROBERT EUGENE STRAWSER Bob March 4. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Inter- scholastic Baseball 4. ll se ow. M 406 4- ant, Zidlqoacaa BEVERLY ANN WARNER Bev September 13. Chorus 3, 43 FBLA 2, 3, 4, Junior Representative, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3, Historian 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, lnterscholastic Basket- ball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Tri- Hi-Y 43 Senior Scholarship Team. RONALD DEAN WEIKERT Ron November 17. Library Staff 3, 4. DALE MARION WIESER Dale September 22. EVELYN ELAINE WERTS Elaine December 14. Chorus 4. DOROTHY CAROL SURBER Dot October 23. Chorus 2, 3, 43 FHA 1, 2, 3. 41 Hall Monitor 4: lntrarnurals 1. - A. FAYE SWARTZ Willie August 21. FHA 13 Office Work 4. CARL ALLEN TESKE Carl May 11. Band lg lndustrial Arts Club 4, Treas- urer 4. JAMES ALLEN THOMPSON 11771 August 31. Chorus 2, 3. 45 Hall Monitor lg Hi-Y 3, 4, lnterscholastic Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 4g Reporters Club 4g Varsity HM" 3, 4, Reporter 4. 4 ' , ? DEE ANN WPIS'FFALI. Dee February 21. Chorus 43 FHA 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3. 'llff'il?4llI't'F 43 library Stuff 13 Office Work 3, 43 Senior Scholarship Team. CARL DAVID WHITMAN Dare November 7. Annual Staff 43 Chorus 3. 43 Dra- matics Club 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Reporter 33 Honor Society 3, 4g lnterscholastic Baseball 2, Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4. Football l, 2, Golf 3, 4. Track 13 Library Staff 13 Miami Scholarship Team 2, 33 Reporters Club 1, 33 Science Club 1, 2, Reporter 13 Senior Class Play3 Senior Scholar- ship 'l.f'E1IIl. SANDRA SUE WOLFE Sandy February 7. Chorus 43 FHA 1, 2g Office Work 3g Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4. ROBERTA ANN WOOLEY Birdy September 20. Band 1. 2, 33 FHA 1. 4az'gaacmz2'teZl6cm BILL WALTER ZELLERS Bill July 2. Chorus 33 Industrial Arts Club 4, Vice President 43 Photography Club 3. Flower: Pink Rosebud Motto: Not for ourselves, but for others Colors: Pink and Silver he -'FY' Jl'lJY PFICII-'l"l'IR Serrelarv DICK Flfl.Tl'fR ' Presrlerzt ff, B LILA WARNER "' Treasurer qs' Miss I.l'1:11.1.ii m'NN he .4lIl'l.SOl' t f LARRY PlNKliR'I'OX Vive Presiflent TOM PENNY Reporter NIR. WIl.l.lANl CQINN .'Tl1l'l'.YUf f The Junior Class of 1955-56, under the advisor- ship of Miss Lucille Dunn and Mr. William Ginn enjoyed a whirl of activity and excitement through- out the year. 9 On October 31, the juniors participated in Jun- ior Career Day at the Dayton Branch of the Y.M.C.A. Ideas crystallized that day which might well become the deciding factors of their future lives. The Junior Class was the winner of the ten- dollar first prize given by the Tri-Hi-Y for the best float in the Homecoming Parade. As the year proceeded, the members of the Junior Class assumed positions of leadership in sports as well as in club and civic activities. Mary Ann Yount was chosen by the Varsity HM" members as Queen of the Sweetheart Hop. Early in March, some became amateur Thespians and on April 6, presented their play, Finders Creepers. The end of the social year was climaxed by the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom given in hon'0r of the seniors. Q " Cn- 'il-7 Ju. ', 6: ,,. 9' '... an 1 ' P O, 4 s- V g - :Lili , r ' 5. 'IG' vw X I ,Ql A., 9' T -if If wx' E af ' : J , lx- , , it ,AQ .B if fi' 111 'KK X We Pena 'ff-v ' ' M Haynionrl Applegate Verrla Barnes Dale Beetley Lee Bresslau Marilyn Bright Jerry Brown Jackie Buehler Jim Crew Janet Earhart Dianne lflicker Virginia Farrenkopf Jerry Feitshans Norma Fetters Carolyn Fiedler Jerry Foster geawwngamwzczdwpzm, rr 'Ft S. AA eerie at xi f Qc' C' Joan Fullenkamp Kent Furlong Sue Gibbs Lloyd Coudy Pegge Green Carlene Grissum Joe Haines Jim Harshbarger Edith Heaton Bob Helmer Neun Hess Kenneth Hines Delphme Huber Loreeta Hughes Janet Jacobson Bill Johnston Bob Kimmel Gary Koogler Larrx Koogler Pat Krug Q7 L is f-L Y' -' ' lar X , fe n -1 5- .. - X F l i ' ld 'ff ' , - 4.. 1 - -K s Q- 'v 0 xg! , A " , Q' ' , I I 4' B ff' L-, ' L' 4" in- ,-f4' . K1 I,-1 in Q V r If 7 L ! J A r, LI. j X R -Ia , l 5 4 F lv ' 4 A tr 1 1 v ' . 'W , SL' A IL, ' ' fl , :EA 'L f Bob Leee Dale 'Vllchflel Barbara Vhllel Vlfgllllii Mrller Crls lVIlI1lCI1CI' Janet M1I1IllCh Kelth 'Vlote Rosalre Mote Judy Oaks Allen Ogan Beth Ugan Loulse Paulus Terry Peele Ahce Penny Charlene Plerce Janet Prerce Sandy Pollng Terry Pressel Georglana Price Joy Puterbaugh Gerry Randall Ted Rlchardson Dwame Roush Fred Saunders Larry Schul Aletha Sease Leona Shelley Davld Shellhaas Marllyn Shellhammer Rose Shepherd Carol Sprtler Don Spltler Barbara Stager Wayne Stallman . " K S Cary Minnich 4 : E AA . ll 4 l""'9 rv-9 ., Lila Warner and Wayne Stall- man warn hours by selling coca- :-ola at a basketball game. The new coke dispensers, which were provided by the Coca-Cola Bot- tling Company, made the wo much more convenient. www' 1 l ri 6 R rg g 'TS 1-N, A l A iQ 3 . Q K 'Q L ..-. W 6. '77 -- J W fy f .4 1. 1 f fx Ii -- .4- p 0 4 , " fiffvz A f .Yi , .5 ftp I f 1 1! . '- ,-':.T?f2h' -Q' x it ' if Z' if iq -, . - J .ie . Q 3' A 0 QM' If ., David Stine Tom Todd Marlene Turner Kay Urmey Dennis Varvel Linda Vore Joel Walker ,lon Warner Max Warner Marvin Weikert Bob Wertz Bob Wheelock Connie Wirrig Ellen Wright Phillis Wyrick Judy Yount Mary Ann Yount .ludy Stepp Scott Williams rk A 6. I Q? "Lv . wxf ffl LOIS Albert Ronald Albert Sandle Arnold Judy Baker Patay Bare Frank Bauer Sandra Beard Marlene Beck Cawle Beetley Barbara Bennett Ann Blackmore Kent Brown Madxlyn Burns Benny Carroll Lmda Carroll B111 Cllne D3Vld Cookeey D3V1d Cress Barbara Curtis Steve Detrlck 115' , 4' ,4- 'V 7aaodouw twatoga 31.-XRY CREW Serrvlary SAM HISLNIICK Presirlwzt MOVEI-1 NIISHLER Trerzsurrr MRS. IVA SCHEUHING flrlzzsor X If KNOX NNIFIJLEY lzce Ireszflent O BRILIDENB XQH Reporter PRILIJ BITTLE 4dllS0f "1 E YW 1-5 G6 I TY mf 'EY 'V in Fred Detter Carol llitmer Stephen Fetter Larry Fetters Beverly Foster Raymond Fuller Joyce Fulton Jeanie Furlong Esther Canger Jill Ganger Bill Goffinet Larry Green Mark Hainline Carol Hall Carolyn Hall 144 ,pi X I -vt ., 'fn ' L . . -.. -L ka . .,.. ..., my ,, t L4 J 4-'23 J A "J gil. V' G., L 5, Tl I -34 0- in ,gf it 1:1 A he A hx aecntfech Ken Harshbarger Q Charlene Heisey ' Bob Herz Jud ' Hildebrand Y Tom Hinton V A Neva Jean Hissong in Cary Hittle -M " L Elwood Honeyman J Jerry Hughes V Sharon lddings " I' I A z Q-9 Jean Jacobson Kent Klepinger Carolyn Lavey Larry Layer Susie Lees C, , ,ar 1' 'QL L ff' ' rr' v Eleanor Maxwell Eddie Menker Charlotte Mikel J. P. Miller Robert Miller 1 14 'Y ' . i .V v '-,E 7 A- C7 W ',1' A rv ' 1-a 63 ta 5' I 3 it in Q ,A syru' 5 ' 111 Q-v if. 1 if A . 4 1:-l 54 1:4 ' -'I 1 N " .5 It 1 x , S A ,S ,, , K 4, C. Q' f. ' "gf . M 5 - A af fy? ht .-: phage, ' euentc, Connie Rose Cary Roush Dewitt Sandifer Gary Saul Dot Seabrook Sondra Sesslar Sandra Sherman Buddy Smith Tom Smith Toni Snyder Myron Sowry Janet Spitler Joyce Spitler Catherine Stoffel Sue Swartz Stewart Miller Jerry Minnich June Mote lliunu Nturphy Yola Von Netzley Diane New Ruth Null Connie Ohurn Sylvia Overholser Sharon Pardue Paul Patterson Ian Pemberton David Phipps Marcia- Pinkerton Sue Poock A Jil A o '5 u x -:ff tim. 1' i s - i -, .4 1? .25 'r 3, fi'-+ ,, 6 - 'L ,: . I' ,gg 17 - ,i Af Lb Allan Swigart ,ludy Thompson Helen Trader James Van Kirk Nancy Varvel - sh . 61 Evelyn Warner Neal Weaver Judy Webb Shirley Westfall Steve Wheelock .7 6 Q- A . W qui 1:7 ' . . i Ronnie Whitacre Wayne Whitmer ,Q Keith Wfilliams ' i L . . g Marie Wy'f1Ck ,M . 'I' Lynn Yount ,M f s 4 - Q-f it v i r I ' .V I - , i , Q , .. i , l, , fa. v, accapqtiefizlaufw To keep the class pocketbook filled for future years, sophomores paid class dues and sponsored a 4'Winter Wonderlandw dance. Many students had participated in various extracurricular activities open to freshmen, but even more enrolled in such organizations as Hi-Y or Tri-Hi-Y, J.C.W.A., and Honor Society to which, as sophomores, they were now eligible for membership. A number- of boys participated in inter-scholastic sports, and some of them attained varsity status. One of the highlights of the year was serving as waiters and waitresses at the Jun- ior-Senior Banquet. At the left, Toni Snyder, Sharon Iddings, and MoVee Mishler, suffering from spring fever, relax during their lunch period. 'Ct' ao, 'An 2 Q-4' 65 -Q nga 'ev' QW 351 Q. 1' qv-fr fb' fm? FAWNTELLA SWANK Secretary RAYMOND HOOVER President CAROL FALB Treasurer MRS. EDITH NOBLE ,41iz'isor SAN DRA CARBER Vice President JUDY HENDERSON X Reporter 553 MRS. LAUREE HUFFAKER 0 Advisor lt? MMKWIWM 1955-56 has been a very eventful year for the Freshman Class. As freshmen, we found ourselves in a 'cnew worldw of subjects, clubs, and sports. We planned our schedules with care, keeping in mind our dreams for the future. As the school year drew to a close, we willingly left our teachers, subjects, and homerooms to next yearis freshman class. 1 , - ,- 3' Q ig. I KT J! f u t ' ig .X ,, r sg 1- K ..- a ' 4, l 5 -1 .,,.. fl 'P' -affv Q -1 f. K1 I V f M A-4 I ff'-pm. N W' f -ni, '-..: P1 Q "t"'. wx, Yas- L. 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Carolyn l-fin. Rivharfl lulinson. I' i l.'l'V Ili! Koa ' v ,Q 12 First rmr: .lUllll Hflflvrwwk. Suian Kvrr. Smit Jay. linlwlly llfun-ymun. llauid Kingrvy. Sllilfflll llalrlln-3. xll1'llLll'l llllmpllrvy. Patty Ylvl31'i4l:-. Paul lll'l'xlllH'l'Q4'l'. Nunvy llulwr. .NR-ffmrl wut Xlilllllll K1-mp. ,ILIIHUS Elliott. Le-luml Clurlmvr. llarulylx lfurlnmg. Ulu-3 llruug. liurlrulu Kr'-ivr. Vluilllllllf' lfie-lds. Linmla Hanson. Ks-n l'1l0l'11. Slllllllll llZ.lI'l'f'. Sln-ryll llurl. Tlzirrl rnzay' llill llulxxuw. .Mm Nl:1l'lila1114l. ,Ivy llilJlm11e-y. ,loglnn llingrirll. Cllvn K1-mlull. ,Iv-5-v llaim-5. TUIIIIIIY llvffl-lr fingvr, 'Ibm Cray. ,Iuannv Macy, Jane- llill4hlllDZiI'gL'l'l'. Nut pif'l11n'r1: ,lim M111-S. Hivllanl lluvklvw. Duug Cr:-S-. Cynthia Cullins. l " l lla -JI' ', ' V ..L Jim il E 5 f 'if v lm 1- 'f . 1 . Q f"', .1 L' ., , nk-L. First mir: lhm Wulfv. Patty lmlml. Nanvy SII4ilWrl'l'. ,lufly lyfwn. lie-wrly Wlilkvr. lin-wrly Tllliflllillfg. Kam-n Swislu-r. Swwzfl muy' Carolyn Wriglxt. llnn XM-lvlv. .lm-I Yumlwrlmrg. Kvnnr-th SllWl'f'. 'Vmn Yukv. liurlmuru 'l'innn-rmzm. lllllllllt' 'l1llUIIllPNUll. Fr-vw-lul'5g lhulllif- Sim-kslaw'1'. Tlzirfl rout Karl xxvllllllllli Lum-ll Waulv. Put llramlf-nlmrg. Sumlru Swigurl. Doug Fl:-irmvr. lfurol XY:-rling. Dwug Shmvr. Not ,Ill'l'll1l'l'l1.' Riilllllll xlfilfl. Sll'lllll'll xll1'llli1'lN. H0nul1l l,LlTflllP. Jim Slllllll. ,lvrry Swartz. Nlr. llalr' fllllllllllllr unrl Nlrf. Xlilnlrml XxvLil'lll'l'. .'xllXlrlll'5. 1 lm? ,yuan vilffi, A 'RM First rozc: Gail Davis, jeff Edwards. Steven Jones. Barlmara llvulmvr. Pam lloml, Slit-rrv Griwum , Sue- Dir-kt-y. Vive- Prffsidentg Susan Cool, jimmy Andi-rson. Tc-rry lflliott. l.ynn l"ogl1-. Svrmzzl raw: Kay Ditme-r. Karon Bowman, Bonnie Callicoat. Daryla l"ulle'r, l"rt-ida Carm-ll, Barbara Cross. Elaine Bohse. Mary Freeman. Marilyn Hoover. Sandra Long. Third raw: Rogf-r lioohf-r. Doug Baker. Allan Dexter. Ronald Pardue. John Hickman. Ronnie- lim-rm-r. l're-sitlvntg Hivhartl lit-lclivr, Gt-orgv Brandt. Allen Albaugh, David Bo I 2 A gan. Not pif-f1zrf'd.' Hull .vn- i Gangt-r, Carol Cain -5 .- L i . H 'ri' V 11 ill! - ,'..s First rout: Mary Seabrook. Gloria We-rts. Lowell Putvrlmaugli. l.inda Wilt. Hosif- Rom-. Nlartin Trflnt. Brwnda Whittington. Roy Wooley. Tommy Smith. Sefonrl rnux' Ks-nt Urnwy. Cathvrinf' We-rlingr. Donald Ovf-rholsr-r. Ronald Fhrfllhammvr. 'formny Davis. Claudia Sanflife-r. Philip Holme-rts. joy Thompson. Thin! ruu': Dennis Ftaufff-r. .lufly Spitlvr. N1-lliv Trade-r. Sylvia Stall- man. Alice Brumhaugh. Geraldine Yallieu. Sherry Smith. Carolyn Weikcrt. No! pirturerl: Walter Pfeiffer, Roy Steele. Shirley Wagner. B r r S EH k X Wmzpdw , 4 1 K-f"qx .id ' law' l II l 2 3 Q Firs! mir: Xivk Nlota-. Rmlm-5 Nlvllmw-ll. .lill U-lmurnf-. 'IX-wsu Nr-wxnan. Vicki Rlmaflvs. Wilma N1-ff. .Indy l.lll'LlN. ,Indy ln-nw. Paul jllilllrllll. Nunvy K1-rr, Sf-rwzrf rout Hfvnalwl Mike-l. ,Ivrry Jonvs. Sandra Nlarvuin. 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Q.: . at I M Em 'eM9aWz" -aff' ,,,,,,,,. Firsl row: Beverly Foster. Barbara Bennett. Donna Fot- zing. Funny Rae Knife. Barbara Tinnerinan. Mr. Lawrence Frazer. Director: Judy tlildr-brand. Juilene llunt. Cynthia Collins. Susan Hiller. Serum! mir: Judy We-rts. Rosalie Mote. Sylvia Overholser. Ann Nlarkland. Carolyn Furlong. Milton-L'nion's High School Band is an organiza- tion of which any Bulldog booster can be proud. The band has been particularly active throughout the year and has helped to increase school spirit. Even before school started, the sixty-piece band began to practice for its performance at the Miami County Fair. Band members also attended the an- nual Band Camp before the opening date of school. An added attraction at each of our football games was the Marching Bands half-time show under the leadership of Senior Drum Majorette Diane Horner. In October the band attended the Bradford Pump- kin Show and brought home a Second-place trophy for its performance there. ID Ned Shuttleworth. Tommy Cray, Paul Hershberger. John Xlishler. Cary Myers. Judy Yount. Carolyn Nlinnich. Okey Bragg. Janet Earhart. Connie Thompson. Kent Brown. Third row: Harriet Hildebrand. Joanne Macy. Barbara Kester. Judy Baker. Don Shaffer. A trip to Ohio State University to attend a foot- ball game and to see and hear the University March- ing Band was one of the memorable occasions for band members. Under the baton of lVlr. Lawrence Frazer, the Milton-Union Band presented an exchange concert for the Franklin-Monroe and Arcanum Schools, and the annual February concert, which this year "spot- lightedn the seniors. In March the band and smaller ensembles entered the District Contest in Piqua. It was also host for the Junior High Music Festival. Climaxing a suc- cessful year. the group was one of twelve bands participating in the Miami Valley Band Festival held at West Carrollton. fd ' ' ' ' NP Jay. Bill Lukvns. llans Xlurkland. Samniy Hisson f 111 Ill 4 IIX Nlmnnh Linda Ratt on He-lmick. Fourth rmc: Gene Hunt. Allen New ex on it 1 Marching Band One of the most outstanding shows which the Marching Band presents dur- ing the year is the one for llomecoming. The program gets underway when the Rand leads thc parade of floats through the business district preceding the foot- ball game. Third mzc, ronl.: ,lim Smith. Don 'l'hompso 5111 er N cur at Paulus. Craig Brown. l'rc'sIon Mule. Doug llifllam XY aim a thu Zilllllt i X Nnxcer fcmr ldlld rica itlr-r. .luclv Sowing. 'IW-mlrlv Pc-arson. Ronnie A sr N o 1 ll 1 Mm Blacltxnort Toni 'ns er ,? 5 I , fi -L , 4 t 2 + i a j, . V ti t DRUM MAJORETTE Diane Horner W Ann Blackmore K' 1954 i 1 I E i x..., 'VIAJORETTES llscorting the band on the football field for the half-time shows are the six majorettes headed by llrum Majorette. lliane Horner. The "Bethel Firemanis Show" was one of the occasions for which the majorettes twirled this year. They also did some excellent en- semble twirling at football and basketball games. Uuring the summer they entered con- tests at the Miami County and Ohio State Fairs and won two first-place trophies. Also escorting the Marching Band was the Color Guard, who prepared some exhibition ri s The lihwthmettes with Carol Stout as their captain had a bust tear preparing preei ion drill routine for half time shows at football and ba ketball ames They also sponsored the Bermuda Bounce which was held follow ing a football game The Pep Band under the baton of Gene Hunt student dlreetor provlded us with a varlety of jazz and pep songs for basketball games and pep rallies 'H O 5 - m : N? m fb 71 il : m V? w : 'of Q CD "1 F -J Q Q7 :C D7 H r F91 O : C7 K1 O "1 U3 D7 : N 'U 2 P fb fl 97 71 O H 'Tl 91. v ,w...h,-Aan uni-'hn- f 3 ., 'fa Q Q!-4 Wgzip ' Lr- Q.. sr QAwJP T :T pf' DQ Meg, -1.47 NI: NT' , . - we .. ,fin 'w ' ' U- ' - -ii , T is T Q ,Qin it n , 9, I vzi-m-mM-- it I . r, 1 ' ' V - in Nl A 'tttti nd'5r ' ' fi W if .? , L . A . ""' i . - 11,54 N Q -r f ,4Af, T V -M ' K J, , 1 ,c ,u we H 5-., 5 ,s - I II t X lasllqpw t EE? A , X. s A V ' 4" ' L , . ' 'H X ' . 2 . 1 D- k X B , A . U X ' . 7: I X N I ii rr. 1 ki i " ii V' A ' -1 i on i I VN, ig , , ' I I ' , . QI . 5 t X i s. N- "' I, i f ., N , . . sq ' . J: ', f ', 'I I -,,l . A Q- A- - Wm.. . m: em., A P 1' 4 A RHYTHMETTES i l Carol Stout Drill Captain Carol Hoover Carol Ehlers Jo Ann Gingrich Pat Shuff Cris Minkner Marlene Turner Connie Miller Cindy Cress Jane Brewer Judy Pfeiffer Barbara Stager Diana Hunt Lila Warner lVloVee Mishler Sharon Mote Sharon Iddings Pam Hood PEP BAND First row: Jack Walther, Jim Smith, Gene Hunt, Director. Second raw: Paul Hershberger, Okey Bragg. Janet Earhart. Louise Paulus, Ros- alie Mote, Sylvia Overholser. Third row: Jerry Minnich, John Mishler, Doug Xlidlam. Cary Myers, Bill Lukens, Sammy Hissong. Penrod Helmick. Not pidured: Don Thomp- son. COLOR GUARD Jim Fetter Cary Goffinet Keith Brown John Bradshaw Roger Whitacre Roy Jay Q4 10N --fym K4 Alf? I 'YF R I JIQNIOR BAND-+Fir5t row: Mr. Lawrence Frazer, Directorg Jerry Latter, Virginia Weaver, Barbara Battson, Davin Watsoh, Nlartha Spitler. Judy Bradshaw, Shannon Ilarshbarger, Janice Lowry, Myra Foster, Roy Jay, Keith Brown Serum! row: Kathlene Stine, Carol Garrison. Charlene McNair. Lilliemae Burnsides, Judy Cool, Jeffrey Hess Gale Lavey, Diane Cool. Billy Anderson, Byron Donohoo, Bobby Pyle, Carol Spitler, Carolyn Sowry, Niles Jay Third row: Valaria Harshharger, Barbara Wagner. Theresa Abshire, Karen Spears, Dale Hughes, Buddy Dennis Chuck Creen, Jimmy Fetter, Tom Shuff, Roger Whitacre, Matt Ingram, Tom Timmins, Trenton Runkle, Steve Vore Gary Coffinet, Sharon Shaffer. 0 694. no JUNIOR ORCHESTRA-First raw: Mr. Lawrence Frazer, Director, John Bradshaw, Brenda VanKirk, Jeannie Durham, Diane Scheuring. Allen Dexter, Ronnie Shellhammer. Second row: Carolyn Deuhner, Marsha Kemp, Jimmy Titcombe, David Truitt, Judy Cool, Myra Foster. Jerry Latter, Carol Garrison, Judy Battson, Valaria Harsh- harger, Ralph Hildebrand. Third row: Roy Wooley, Roger Whitacre. Tom Shuff, Roy Jay, Keith Brown, Billy Anderson, Tom Timmins, Steve Vore, Cary Goffinet, Sharon Shaffer. 94499 1 N , . - 4 .u 'Q '4 ann-. v P" Y rrst rout Sharon lnldings. l.ila NI4 4 14r I4 rr tn Fl xllf lr lfitlll Dee Frantl Pre 1 411t:'Faw11t4-lla Swank, R1-p41r14r 4 UH, L4 x Nnuer Quan rnl r X lt. 1,4-4-ting. .'X4lv1sor: JULIIIII1 an 1 Pllllll ll 4 Illl Ttd urvr 41411 Vanclerliurgr. Joy Vllllllllllli- nu N .us ll r 41111 1 14111 'ldu ar Third mu verly Foster. Doug: Ft:-i114-r. 1 Il 111114 ll 14r4 4 14 4 4 1114 411 Saunders. Yt'l'Ilfrl1 S1114-4ll4'y, JI a tl 4 pn urn 4 tl1 r Slflllll' Buddw Nllll 1 Dorotliy Fealmrook. ln observance of Arbor Day, the Student Council made arrangements for planting trees to replace those recently cut down at the south end of the school lawn. Taking part in the ceremonies were Student C 0 u n c il Presi- dent, Dee Frantz. and presidents of grades 7-12, Ronnie Berner. Sue Mil- ler, Ray Hoover. Sam Helmick, Dick Felter. and Ralph Nlishler. 7Z242f606t , f J . V . 4 5 ' .",fi"'-r X ,,.. Y. Y l I 'At' H Fw! M Ftrs! rou mann: Hulbert, Sharon Brown, Roberta Woolf-y. ,ludy Ste-pp, Klum' Fenton. Junior Paulus. Sunny Rae Knife-, Diana Hunt Nl3I'llYIl Nhellhainnier. Bliss Betty ,lane Rhuades. Advisor, Swami row: Charlotte Scheuring. Editor: Joy Hurley. udx Ba er Nandic Xrnold. Cale Honeynxan. Hazel Crawford. Janet O'lJt-ll. Carol lloover. Sue Folker. Third row: Cary Rou h Don lynn Xllcn Ugran, ,lack Walther, Craig Brown. .Yon pirlzzrerl: llavid Schul, Jack Waymire. The BULLDOG BARK, the of- ficial news publication of Milton- Union, has been rated high by both the National and Columbia Scholastic Press Associations. With the last issue of the year, Miss Betty Jane Rhoades will com- plete her seventh and final year as advisor of the BARK. The paper is published bi-monthly as a project of the Journalism Class. Charlotte Scheuring, lfditor-in- Chief, is p i c t u r e d with Miss Rhoades analyzing the contents of the latest issue. cwdwze TICK lMlx IOI lNo they rc not ml Ulllb imu juQt nor m on the 115 out for Yhe Ech0 llm lvllllllll l mon 'lnnual ere MISC Dunn and Llnda Vore fmxwr Ecltor ma thumb Ildll sketches of the sports Qectmn .Serond row Na0m1lNvwman lluslnm La Manager Pat Shuff flmrlottm Nmhmurmg Sue flllb Karen Beeman Joy Hurlf-w Hazel Crawford Stswart Mlllfr Joel Walker Davrd Whllman Dwalnm Hou h Calm Homcyman Q?"-N Ev- ff' 4 Q! YQ 'nw il nik 6.1, A V . i fi f , E A 7 , I af f ga -5, ' .K ' lc- g 5 ' , , . ' - V ' . . ll X l uncl ' l ' , kc sa - A - I ev M Fzrst rou, Marlene Turner, Sandra Beetley, Joanne Holln rt lham llurner Lmmla Wore Edltor Bonnle Coate Gerry Randall : ' ' , vs. . -J 1.3 alt ' . .- , v , w V' AX f' . ,,y4..,, Wifi? v : ' uf-.x-1 , f ,V ,I Y rs . I 1 i' Ain WMWWQ n me-Q leaderklnp IQ the objertnc of tu un -s e s 1 Colnplllng ilu Qchool dlrectorlee pro I III FH s 0 Qilflllg 1 float fOl hOIllCCUI1llIlg 'ind ln 1 ftllll il work for tc ulu rs xx some of the projects cornplflcd bs the I llllll' Ihe club held two 1I'lltlEillOIlQ durmg S oun mere IN DIIIVI un presldlng ox er the flrst one lu ld before Q Hlef ll Genoa Hlgll buhool near Toledo Sumral of the 0LltStllNllllg SIJCIICKTS M916 lVlr James Kelsey Pfraonnel Van ' ager of lrlgldalre Mr Ncd lvunx 5 halr Qtxllat and VNS Hazel lNolan of the lhxton Better BUQIIICNS Bureau zrst mu Nlarx Nw. :ann Furlon C thermf Stoffel lnla Hof ne r xllllkllfl' Judy 'Sta mr Judy er Conmf Wlfflg Joanne Hulbert Donna Urrney Judy Snyder 56101111 rom X11 s Llllllll Dunn A51 tant Advlior Jane Krew farolwn laws Charlznm H11 ew Evelyn Warner Donna Sotnn I'rraQurer Diana Hunt Pri lflf"I1t Barbara Stagr-r Nlarlrnm urmr Ju ls NI pp 'Nh Ihttw ane Rhoade visor Tllrzl mu lat w Snullrw y Hurley Sccrftary Urana Nlurphx Nan dra Beftlu Ftller Ntuncr lnactrw Dian! Horner Rnportmr 'Nanu Freernen Usa: Lux ter Burris Warmr Jlll Can er Fourth ron ,lone Nlau hr 1n1a Farrenkopf Barbara farbfr Carol Hoour Xllfn Ogan bah Honewman Barbara Bcetley Barbara Llnker Karen Nhank Nlanlwn Shnllhanuner Nat pzrturerl Wcrda Barn: Nu lt Lu -hm PPX K. 7?'f-4 Mew WW rw nfl "M,-P N 3 N f nov, 0000 IOIQ I DI ll, iQ! First row berald Ho brook bary btuclebaker Ronme Be ecker Darrell Saunder Paul qtepp Glenn 'Nlumford Larry Pxerce 'Nlr Rav Dlley Advl or Sefond row Davxd Crz s Dean ,lack on Teddw Pearson Charles Cooksey lNnal Weaxer Nevm Hes ,larry Brown Kent Furlong Third row Larry Honcyman Sammy HINQOIIQ.. Rex PIFTCP Don Spltler Smntmel Kent Brown Bob llmrl llonalml Hall VICQ lrefuclfnt Max Warner Reporter Fourth row Bob Klmmel Jerrw ,lack on Trca urer Jrm Van K1rk 'Nlarvm De Moss Larry Fetters Ion Warner Larry Green Bob QtrawQer Presldent Frank Brower Secretary Jerry Long, Ao! prctured Jerald Baker Bob Helmer D1ck1e Plerce Tul Rxchard on Governor Lausche looks up to Star FFA Pork Producer of Oll10, Marvm Swank, and Star FFA Bro1ler Producer of Ohxo : 1 J Lynn Warner Th1s IS the f1rst e tune that two boys from the same f X chapter ln Olno recelved FFA ' l Star Productlon Awards , s 4. l X ' ' f "' v to .9 ' XURE HUNEMA .. ff gaxigyi HPS J A Mr U F AMERICA First rout Janet llinnicb. Judy Dickey. Pat Dearth, Judy Stage-r. Joyce Spitler. Mary New. Yola Von Netzley, Donna l'rmey. Elaine Tisor. Louise Green. Secunrl row: jane Kress. Alice- Penny. janet Baker. Sue Fields, Mary Krug, Diane New. Sue Foreman. Barbara Strawser. Carolyn Lavey. Shirley Brown. Third row: Doris Barnes, Judy Van Kirk, Janet 0'DelI. Betty Smith. Charlene Pierce. Virginia Hiller. Barbara Elicker. Helen Cibboney. Fawntella Swank, Nancy Free- man. Fourth row: Diane Horner. Beverly Warner. Jucly Webb. Barbara Garber, Rebecca Kirby, Dorothy Surber, Carol Hall, Virginia Farrenkopf. Barbara Beetley, Sandra Beard. .Vol pirturerl: Melody Arnett. Barbara Oaks. . cu . xiii f 1 3-gi h - N 1 .fri-yff , 1 lu l ull' if-5? 5 OFFICERS First row: Kay Urmey, Parliamen- tariang Bonnie Coate, Secretaryg Sonnie Beetley, Presidentg Dee Ann Westfall, Treasurerg Delphine Hu- ber. Vice President. Second row: Jeanie Furlong and Janet Pierce, Reportersg Sylvia Overholser, Cheer Chairmang Norma Fetters, County Officerg Neva Jean Hissong, Rec- reation Leaderg June Mote, His- toriang Miss Theodora Stocksdale, Advisor. lj I p ' I l l".'ll.-X. seeks to train young V llwagqil people lllfllllgll IJI'llf'll1'l' for J prufessiunnl anil 1-ixil lvafler- ship. It encourages llll'lIl to cul- tivate in llll'lIlFPlYCS the qualities 31 uf pf-rsmiality and 1'llill'LlIZll'I' wllicli are the foundations of Suveessful teaching. Serving the elulv as president this your was Carol Hoover. while Nlrs. Hereniece Kerr anfl Miss Nlaralmelle Dickey con- tinuecl as cn-aflvisors. I f I I 1 1 First row: Mary New. Betty Crowell. Gayle llc-etley. Diane New. ,lane Kress. Second rout Judy Dickey. Carol Hoover Prvsirla-nt: Karen Bm-eman. Secretary: Rm-lu-Cca Kirby, Treasurer: l'e-ggv Crm-n. Barbara llevtley. Third row: Nancy Ball son. Priscilla Brubaker, Gale Honeyman. Vice Presidentg Sue Poock, Carolyn Carew. Charlotte Scheuring. Not pictured Sue Fetter. Reporter: Sue Folker, Darrell Sweeney. ' Q ...g gif' gf' V' S7 3 Q Xv L 'its-xi First row: Sondra Sesslar, Catherine Stoffel, Elaine Tisor, Lila Stoffel, Judy Stager, Judy Werts, Ellen Wright, Lila Warner. Geraldine Strawser, Marie Wyrick. Second row: Janet Minnich, Madilyn Burns, Ruth Landis, Jackie Bueh- ler. Joan Fullenkamp, Connie Wirrig, Barbara Elicker. Carolyn Carew. Karen Shank. Third row: Marcia Pinker- ton. Donna Ferris, Elaine Oburn. Carol Falb, Fawntella , if O Swank, Doris Barnes, Beverly Foster, Sue Poock, Sandra Sherman, Marcia Heisey. Fourth row: Connie Obum, Vir- ginia Farrenkopf, Beth Ogan, Esther Steiner, Carol Hoover, Karen Beeman. Judy Baker, Ann Blackmore, Jean Macy. Not pictured: Carolyn Lavey, Connie Miller, Diana Mur- phy, Alice Penny, Peggy Saul, Marilyn Shellhammer. U O I I I C0 ,' The Girls' Athletic Association has as members those girls in grades nine through twelve who are interested in athletics. Twenty-five freshman girls were initiated into the club this year. Awards are given to the girls who earn points by participating in basketball, volleyball, hiking, Play Night, or by serving on committees. The awards are presented by the advisor, Mrs. Nellie Way- mire, at the association,s annual banquet. The climax of the G.A.A. activities for the year is a weekend camping expedition to Camp Wy-Ca-Kee. Other important events on the G.A.A. calendar are the interscholastic volleyball and basketball games, the Sweetheart Hop, and Play Night. This year the Varsity Volleyball team came through its six-game schedule with three wins and three losses while the Varsity Basketball team won only one game out of five. Those attending Play Night saw the Eager Beav- ers defeat the Mouseketeers, and our barefoot "country gals" defeated by the Hi-Y boys, who wore boxing gloves. To add support to the treasury this year the girls sold Milton-Union sweat shirts and shower shoes. Additional funds were received from con- cessions sold at Play Night and from their Home- coming float which received third prize. to U55 P mono First row: Sharon ldflings, Reporterg Joy Breiclenbach, Mo Yer- Xlishler. Joyce Spill:-r. Bobbie Miller. Norma Jr-an Hicks, Presidentg Jufly lliekvy. Sharon Brown. Judy Snyder. Second row: Toni Snyder, Carolyn Hall, Carolyn llitmer. Mary Crew. Yola Yon Netzley. Diana Hunt, Juilene Hunt, Judy Yount, Mrs. Nellie Waymire, Advisor. Third row: Linda Vore, Barbara Sl21gl4'I'. Judy Pfeiffer, Carolyn Fiedler. Joy Hurley, Vice Presidentg Verda Barnes, Mar- 6440 , Mary Ann Yount reigned as Queen of the "Sweetheart Hopf, the dance sponsored annually by lene Turner, Ceorgiana Price. Fourth row: Sue Gibbs, Cris Minkner. Mary Ann Yount. Sf-eretaryg Pegge Green. Dianne Elicker, Gerry Randall. Treasurerg Jill Ganger. Virginia Antonides. Not pictured: Gayle Beetley, Barbara Bennett. Betty Crowell. Sue Fetter. Sue Folker, Carlene Crissum, Judy Henderson, Judy Hildebrand. Sunny Rae Knife. I s the G.A.A. Mary Ann, chosen by the Varsity "Mn Club, had the ,1- honor of being the first junior - - K '. chosen to reign over the dance. , 5 J Shown with the Queen are her ff court and their escorts. , ' , 8 -' 41- 1 First row: Juilene Hunt, Freshman At- Q tendantg Beverly Foster, Sophomore 1 Attendantg Mary Ann Yount, Queeng Ceorgiana Price, Junior Attendantg , ' Norma Jean Hicks, Senior Attendant. 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First row Dlck SllJOI'l Repurtzr Carl fc lu Trea urer Tom Tmld Pre ldmnl lllll 7fll1r WICC Pre ull nt Paul Qhllt Seen tary 'Nlr H W Slalmy Adueor Serond row KcntKlep1ng,1r Ronmc Sweenex Bob Hale Raymond Puller Bill Has Bob Stauffcr Fred Drttcr Ronnle Hale Bob 'Nlayor Bruce Spltlcr Ivan Harry Roger Nlote Junior Paulue Not pzctured Bcnm Carroll Stephen Fetur Bull Goffmet Don l urkewplle Woodssorkmg proudes an out let for ZiI'llSllL sklll ln the form of beautlful furmture and Qmall knlck knaclcs Boys acqulre skllls whlch wlll enable them to enjoy a work bench ln thelr future homec H Fzrst row K Nxcholson qecrftary Karen Human Reporter Wir Robert Kremer Advl or Bob Wertz Presldent Sue Fetter Trea urer Lxnda Wore Wwe Ire ldfnt .Second rou Johnny F1 her Pat Shuff Sue Clbbs Llla Wamer Judy Pfelffer Joel Walker Carolyn Fxedler Roalxc Nlote Donna lwrrx Frank Brmsmr Mr Kremer asslsts JCWA mem bers, Llnda Vore Sue Glbbs and Johnny Flsher IH maklng up cur rent event questions to submlt to the Dayton Dazly News for publl catlon 1n 1tS colu mn, Your World Other members who starred 1n club honors were Judy Pfelffer and Bob Wertz who attended the World Affairs lnstltute ln Cm cinnati. Karen Beeman and Joel Walker appeared on WHIO TV as guests of Murl Huffman on 'cHead- line Hunt." HU -Q... 'Nlr CUIUIHIHQ Sllmw luclx Oak '1 lllJI"lI'3 fifslztant hon to mtalog thf new boolw xslurll ju l dII'lXf'fl Other duties of the library a Slglfllllg are Checlung out bookc fllllllg out and Cl0llXLI'lI1g lme lllli md Ql"lClXlIlg:, rmlurnul poulx Fzrvt row 'Nancy Batt on Qarolyn IJIIIIIPI' ,luflw DlCl'xiW Hdnl Crawford Pat Qlxuff 'Ndunu lxthllllifl lx Nxrhnl on Second rou Larry Bohlfnder Janet Qmlth Jane Bremer Ronnn Walk: rt Nlr Dale CUIIIIHIII lllmrarlan Cars xlldliilll Dali Wm er Bob Krf farol Hall Sue Fetter Harrnt Hildebrand Joanne latter 'Not pzztured lmgp Hugh: Elalne Oburn Bob qtauffer I I v ,..,-T.....u..,r. 1: i ..... an ng!! l ' ,. All' ll' f ' - :K l gg 2' ig fr! ' V ' uxll l l , - .V . A ., .4 I' ' S 1 C . ' . ' ' , L L c- ., . 'c I , . . V 'S' ,, ,. .1.n1 I -. K V r. Y -,A V S I ,ll . l. 7 ' ' l 'S. l -A . S , - , ' l 1- ' I Y . D .Ax - r,. V 'lf' S . .I I' X , . ' ,' '. '- . 1 's. Q ' 3 1 . ' "S . .Ss j. .Q V '. ' q . '. ,slj '- 5 Lf," , .Sq ' 4 M . First row: El:-anor Maxwell. Janet Mimiich. Judy Stage-r. Mac Fenton. Lynn Hake-r, Ellen Wright. Lila Warm-r. Judy Pfeiffer. Ceorgiana Price. Jan:-t Earhart. Diana Hunt, Carl:-no Crissum, Junior Paulus, Richard Silwrt. Sandra Garber. Kay Urmvy. Second rout Toni Snyder. Fawntvlla Swank. Catherine Stoffel. Pat Holmes, Mary Nz-w, Charlene Heist-y. liarbara Mikel. lit-tty Crowe-ll. Donna Ferris. Donna Davidson. Joy Hurley. Carolyn Fied- ler, Marilyn Bright, Charlotte Mike-I, Marlilyn Burns. Third row: Harriet Hildebrand. Sharon Brosslau, Ruth Landis. Eva Mae Swank. Joanne Holhc-rt. Noina Felt:-rs. Janet O'De-ll. Diane New. Barbara Stage-r, Bonnie Coatc. Y 1 T511 Geraldine Strawser. Myrna Mote. Rose: Slit-ph:-rd. l'at Krug. Carol Stout. Fourth rout Bruvt- Spitlt-r. Jim Mar- Plllll, Monte Mcllowm-ll, Sam W'arn1-r. Fr:-tl Kingrrvy. Johnny Fisln-r. John With-nt-r. Ki-nn:-th Johnson. Paul Schellhaas. Doug: Lyons. Ronnie- Hale. Ronnie Sweeney. Te-rry Thompson. St-ott l.air. Lowell Shi-art-r. Uayinon Saunders. Fifth row: Judy Yount. Joy lin-itlm-nliacli. Janet Spitler. Jane Kress. Alice Penny. Helen Cibboney. Susie Lees, Nancy Stout, Donna Sotzing. Bobbie Miller. Shirley Brown, Sharon Brown. Judy Snyder. Judy Wcrts, Loraine Earhart. I I The Mixed Chorus, which is directed by Mrs. Rosemary Prouty, has a membership of approxi- mately 140 voices. Early in the year a select group sang at the Reformation Day Service. The Mixed Chorus provided entertainment for one of the PTA meetings and a school assembly program. The Annual Christmas Concert was one of their most ambitious undertakings. Special numbers were also rendered by the Boys' Quartet and the Girls' Ensemble. This year several ensembles participated in the District Senior High Music Contest at Urbana. A Mixed Ensemble composed of juniors appeared on the program after the Junior-Senior Banquet, and the senior members of the chorus sang at Bac- calaureate. i Janet Spitler, a sophomore, served as piano ac- companist for the chorus. o a 0 p an Wann Barbara Garber salutatorlan and Ralph 'Vhshler xaledlctorxan both members of the National Honor Soclety, rehearse thelr com mencement speeches New members of the Society are tapped 1n a speclal assembly for the hlgh school early ln 'Vlay Ftrs! row Nlr John Wxlllams Advisor Naoml Newman Llla Warner Carolyn F11 eller IJIHIIH Hunt Betty Crowell Hazel Craw ford .Sezoml rou, Sue Crbb Lnnda Vore Barbara Garber Secretary Karen Beeman Vice Pre ldent Esther Stemer Glorla Rxffell Third row Daud Whltman Trea urer Ralph N11 hler Presrdent Joe Hame Bob Wertz Reporter Jlm Crew Paul Lutz ,-yn 4 l Ts l I l ,V L." rail' ' I 4 u a . . X. wt Fzrst row Jackxe Buchler Nladllyn Burns Joy Hurley Patsy Sxnullmy Bobble Nlxllrr Pegge Green leorg.1ana Prue Larolyn ljltlllkf Joy Puterbau h Second row Connie Oburn Nlarua Henry frls Nllnkner llrrv Randall Barbara Garber Qandra Butlfy Dec Ann We tfall COIIIII6 Ro Q Delphlne Huber fhlnl mu Karen Human Dlane Horner fale Honeyman Joanne- Hollnrl Butrly Warncr 'Not pictured Barbara Ualt Ruth lllck Joy Hurley and Conme Oburn ICCCIVC lnstructlon from PI'lIlC1pal J A Wllllams on recordmg ab sences ln the reglsters Other dunes of OfflCE glrls are traclng students preparing and dlstrlbutlng absence llsts and fac ulty bulletms, recordlng grades, takmg telephone messages, and typlng letters and reports --Qqqpq T Lu 3-w Hung slam?-K 4 X 1 Y X - 1 ' ll f',. F X A f 5 ? l . -. ' ' gg . ' : . , 1 " 1' , . ' , , Y- 4 . - , a xr A '. V x I .S 1 ' i ' Sm. I x 1 1 I - zz I 1 .1 1 -, , I' 1 I ' w ' in 1 A i - ' -K' ,, A U v ' z - I 1 , I we N 2 Z - ?'fm l 1 . Q- ' ' . . sv H. . .. 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I I ucy IIf'lldLI'NUll explain ur SLICIILG projtct to ju Brtldcn ham H118 was one of tht Z2 1 Ill es 111 le menu . 11 lltl ua- held III the thml tdftttrld Q g f U pr1ze w11111111g 6XhlbllS wele 611 tered Ill to111pct1t1m1 it the Dlxtrltt Sutme Fur at Vklttenhfrgj ful leffe 111 Sprlngfleld Fzrst FOIL Drana Scheurmg Tum Crm Teddy Ptar on Benm larrull wlfl Irf-ldent Ixun Baker Daxld Klngrex Iarrx Bohlender Second row 'Ur Prc d Btttle Advmwr Ronmc Vllltarre Treasurer Hdyrnontl Hmmm F1ane1s 'Nnrthrup Bll inf flntt Doug Lyonf- Terry Humphtty Third row Rolllt Bumr RdXI1l0l'1tl lulltr B111 Iukenf- Secretary urx l'oQter 'lzrrx Brooke Fred Kmgrey Fourth row Darrel gaundtr- Jatk Vtalther Crane Broun Reporter Buddx Q1111th lmactne! 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Cary Myers, Hazel Crawford, Betty Crowell, Barbara t arbtr I- ther Nteiner C nol Stout ll Hlllt Coatc. Eugene Hunt. Third row: Sharon Brown. Prompterg Mr. William Riley Director ,lohnnx P1 her Prtd Nloore falt Honcyman. Penrod Hclmick. Dee Frantz and Charlotte Scheuring, Student ' came hae MADE-TO-ORDER HERO, a three-act comedy, directed by Mr. William Riley, was presented in April, 1955. The action took place in the recreation room of a school. Clarence, a timid fellow, accepts Beansy's offer to make him popular, which included manufacturing ex-girl friends, who un- expectedly pay him visits. When the coach substitutes Clarence in the track events, Beansy drops a pet alligator in Clarence's running pants. A quarantine for smallpox at the recreation room catches sev- eral innocent parties and wrecks the dance plans. Clarence tries to escape, but is caught. Mary hears the truth of his uglamourv ast, and all ends well. Dr. Way administers an antidote to the officer after he Coach Raffle!! ffm YHUJIHTCQ C-laff'flCf' OU hi "lCf0VY HS takes a dose of Sloan's liniment, following an attack of the tudents wait their tums hallucinations, -1 Al Lx 'irsf rout ,lov Hurley. Prmnpt:-r: Karen lim-iiiaii. liarliara Carbs-r. llaw Whitman. Donna Davidson. Miss Lucille Dunn. As- istant Director. Second row: Bonnie tjoatt- and Charlotte Scheuring. Student Directors: Doug Gibbs. Gene Hunt. Sandra lim-tlev. K. Nic-lmlson. Shirlwv llrown. Jan llissung. Sue l-'Q-tter. Mr. llalc Cummins. Director. Thin! rout Betty Crowell. Ralph Nlishler, Dick fllim-ft-ltn-r. tlary Nlidlam. Paul l.utz. Carol Hoover. Promp .Www Beanes for Brea-kfasl, a threesact comedy directed by Mr. Dale Cummins and Miss Lucille Dunn. was presented by the Senior Class. The setting was the living room of Mimi Kentis new ranch-type home. For twenty years Mimi had been cor- responding with Opal Beane, a former schoolmate, and both have been giving each other misleading accounts of their social standing. The Beane family throws the household into chaos. The hilarious situations between the elder Beanes and Mimi, the love affairs of the teenagers. and the antics of Gertie and poor Uncle Podger from the Ozarks, who arrives without warn- ing, kept the audience filled with rib-splitting laughter. "Et-ek!" screams Maudie when the jealous maid 'accidentallyw drops an ice Cube down her back. 'Come and get it!" yells Gertie. The butler and maid are Uncle Podger shows his 510,000 royalty check to his used to Gertie, but Cadwallader is in for a shock. relatives. Ql'lflfN 1621-im-rr Norma ,le-am llit A'l"l'lfNll,vXN'l'5 Ellen Wrigllt Judy Pfeiffer ludy Snyder Catherine- Stuff I .kg el Q P. X. ts 0 ' n N. ,.-,Fi '-. I ln the pieture above are Queen Norma Jean Hicks and ,lack Randall. one of the teain's cap- tains doing the honors. Prizes were given for the three best floats entered in the parade, which made its way through the business district before arriving at the stadium. At the left is Judy Pfeiffer. queen eandidate from the Junior Class. Their float with its theme. L'Cork Their Bottle." won the first prize of ten dollars. 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Second row: Mr. Bob Long, Coachg Dick Clinefelter, Lloyd Coudy, Larry Pinkerton, Lee Dougherty, Fred Sanders, Scott . 0 2 The 1955 Milton-Union football team, under the direction of Coach Bob Long, had a fairly good season the past year as they won four games while losing five. The Bulldogs had a 3-4 record in Southwestern Buckeye League play scoring victories over Oak- wood, Randolph, and Eaton. Their other win came in the final game of the season as they defeated the Covington Bucs fifteen to thirteen. UFX4 5f--54,-3 Williams. Dale Beetley, Cary llidlam, Dick Felter, Cary Minnich, Dwaine Roush, Mr. Bill Ginn, Assistant Coach. Third row: Doug Gibbs, Manager, Terry Peele, Jim Crew, Fred Detter, lan Pemberton, David Cooksey, Sam Helmick, Stephen Fetter, Tom Penny, Jerry Hughes, Ronnie Albert, Penrod Helmick, Manager. Dee Frantz and .lack Randall were co-captains for the season with Dave Stine, the hard-running junior fullback. Senior Jack Randall was named to the All-League team and also was voted the most valuable player by the team. With about forty-five boys out for the coming season's squad, Coach Long and the Bulldogs are looking forward to a successful season and hoping to bring home the championship trophy. Holm lf:-llc-r takvs a paw: out of tln- lliilltls nl tlxv rlt-ft-mlwr. Jocl Walker is sweeping tho vml with Gordon Hall 1335 streaking down field to throw a block. I I 3- .'l'J1f"k ' ' Q lluw Stinn' f'LiI'I'lt'r tht- llull xsllilt- guard. Jim f'lt'LlI'N tln' WHY. 1955 GRID SCORES W0 Upponcnl 141 Oakwood tljrcmierj , T Northridge , 1 19 Wllrotwood-Alallison , 141 'lOakwoocl , U iiVanclalia-Butler T Vllipp City 0 llwlesl Carrollton 16 liRandolph . 20 'Eaton Y 15 Covington , , ,,,. 'wlxagzze Thou ipson 1 35 5 Th ey 0 18 20 C 6 A 6 6 13 20 7 E 6 13 ' f 7':f'f5f'33f'3i' "A" E' - 1' . - r . fwlfipzf'-i-.. 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DAVE STINE All-Lea 110 Co-Ca Jtain Co-Captain if l Honorable .llenfion All-League .411-Lrvzgue IIOIIOTIIIIIC' rllention I09 no E Tl- WE- ,I 1 yu ,Q , A -.- 1 ,. . , QQ-f, ,F vw : N, ' Sf". QA . - ..q,.1, , -. fi! If K 1. 4 if A . 1 -'I DQ5- - X Q: Q MVWQT. 5. I gft., Q.. .WLUJ -. ' ' -.a f V f .-..1', if , 6 N ' ' '1' ' . .NV ws? . ' 14 L w - g3ae5Sv?se:'f'?+:41Q f - ,mg will ye:,'.,:f x sm in f I 'mist ' bfi:-4"?P? I A -'-951 D 'fig 3.,,r41,+ wx-3i,.F5f'B4yw' ?f?5 .QLJ'wlQ'3u'. .i VF. I ROBERT HERKINS GORDIE HALL CARY MYERS Blocking Back End Guard I e I Y 722 9255.2 "U", i f ' QP fllfx 4 P W' X : ' v , pi 4 x. , L V . . D , :L.. .x. 'Qi . wx ,lwf"'x, 3, - . 1 4 sf , ' viii :,""r' . Mr , V i '15, Y V , 1 cur' n',' l---- 7' A I 1 2 'r M 7 ff ,L 7- ' -'nf 1 Q4 a.,. - H N ' A Y r 'Qi ' L 'M -A " 1 , If - " ' it M A gh- 'V ' ,.L-skit' 'A ' I , 0 gk P65i12!'f'5'y" '- MQ , K ' W qqflf' 1" i J... ,,.?'3?'A fi, F . ,Q , ' l. W,-3:---ff. A , ,. 1, gr5f'5?-rlfriwyyrtrm ting? ' F,,5g-3.13, . rl, viz ,ff ' .. . H ' -E ' f- - fi- I f -Q, Q - I 4 1 by , ,,,,, ., - - gr, . ' 5, w.b-av-.Lf fi-5 J lubw w-,A 'J'.,,' if. -v-- if 4Qg'-' , .ff-yfx.,.,:'--I ,, , ' x,-widrxff - A' B' 5.4 ff-'M-L .4 ' - ,j, mv . 'k"'. Willy' 5 '. i, f ,- -Q 'W-1 '51, . ' ,":1F??'f5' 4 ' , , 111- 5 kg "wff7"'32X4 .. ' . X f -f .. V '-, 4' .f 1- ' f .- L I. Fay: 1 .NH- L ' P, ,, T.r?i1l?E'3.'l' 9... 4 ' an A M fwi W K, f A A " Q . 'iv -f , 4 "' -Q.. X xi if J. t Vhrih. wg.. H N N PX' ya 1 ,-fy, u 4' f 4. L edu y I JIM THOMPSON PENROD HELMICK GARY BIIDLAM BOB FELTER Guard Blocking Back End Halfhack 1 . A '1 , , L , I.: I .73 1 L., DICK CLINEFELTER SANDY POLING LARRY PINKERTON nd End Halfback men SCOTT WILLIAMS DICK FELTER JOEL WALKER Halfback Halfback Halfback A , . ALLAN SWIGART LLOYD GOUDY VERNON SMEDLEY GA Tackle Tackle Halfback DALE BEETLEY SAM HELMICK TOM PENNY Tackle Fullback Guard TIN'-ffl, ,X-,wmv ,Mg . 4' ' fx. , .4 1 . , Q ' ' ' nl ws I: 4' uf: ' ' rf.,-Q ,,,, , 'ii-'I' 3. RY MINNICH En 4- l L RALPH MISHLER fi t 2 I 'M Coming on strong in the last six games of the 1955-56 basketball season, the Milton-Union Bull- dogs compiled a season record of B--'L and a South- western Buckeye League mark of 6-1-good enough to share the loop title with tht- high-flying lfaton Golden Eagles. The Bulldogs got off to a slow start as they won only two games in the first six outingsg but start- ing with the Vandalia-Butler game, they hit their stride and notched six straight wins. The most spectacular of these was with the Eaton Colden Eagles when they stopped their fourteen-game win- ning streak edging them 53-52. To wind up their regular season successfully the Bulldogs defeated one of the co-champions of the Miami Valley Z Q' Q DEE FRANTZ uf Forward Center SANDY POLING Forward - V, GORIJIH Il,tI.l. League. the Miamisburg Vikings, 69-63. The Milton-Union Bulldogs made a good show- ing in the District Basketball Tournament this year as they reached the semi-finals before being de- feated by a well-coached lirbana team. The Bulldogs got off on the right foot as they pounded out a 53-51 victory over the Sidney Yel- lowjackets. It was a little harder work in the quarter-finals. however, as they managed to edge the Piqua lndians -L8-45. After this victory the Bull- dogs came to the end of the 1955-56 season when they were nipped hy the Lrbana Hillclimbers 53-51, a team which earlier had beaten the Springfield Wilflcvats, the tourney favorites. of Zuma Guard DAVE WHITNI.-KN Forward DICK FI-il.'I'ER Cuard 1 Ill f 1 1 rs! ral I rrs Koo lsr Y mon ullu uvart 1 er n Q Scrwzzl mu 'Nlr Ronrt T ..4.. VS" hu nm r tu bd clurm Iql tour 4 t arm 'Z' W m -, W C 2 '1' D1 : : if I 1 F- : 7- I : - Q- it A FJ :s :C O sv' UD 'B 'W Q : 2... 1' E z ..- B7 '1 , : : -I E : .. 'C' na :: E 71" E T 'W 1 1: 0 C7 .- c' Lf' 'U FU rm rm 0 .-4-..-,.. Li team 'av EL Green v GX llllf --Q X' x A :tffg ff!! . il I Yix-.G,,"-Qfigfg u, A n."jqlj!::4 ' 9 i .4 vfg " - f3l'5bili'!-V iris .. .f - "-New - ' .-fir:-ff? Sv . ' 35' 'iifli' 1' t W - . as :gets aw, . H A, , :Xt " L 1 at f",,s+.-tf ' - - -5tf'Q1:ff'.--155 1 . ' . . ' L5 l' .ff . . at, o ::Jfa"4"4'tn 1 f fi.. 'f . -- 't ' " .,f.as NIIIE REIAY Tlf.-XKIY-Dee Frantz. Larry Pinkerton. Bob Sehul, BROAD Jliftll'-,Iirn Vallieu Ronnie Pee-le. Milton-linion Track Team had a very successful season. as 'it shared the Southwestern Buckeye League championship with Oak-wood and went un- defeated in dual meets. Ronnie Peeletook top honors of the team by winning the State 880 championship for the second time. Bob Schul continued his fast pace in the mile run by placing first at the District Meet, the SWBL Meet, the Troy Relays, and in all dual meets. U First row: Stewart Hiller. Second row: Danny Hurley, Terry PQ-ele. Vernon Smedley, Larry Pinkerton, Dick Cline- felter, Gerald Passon, Penrod Helmick, Bob Wheelock, Ronnie Studebaker. Third row: Mr. William Ginn, Coachg Dee Frantz, Jim Vallieu, and Danny Hurley set individual records last season. Dee raised the high- jump record to 5' SMH at the SWBL Meet. Jim Vallieu broad jumped 21' 17' in a dual meet. Danny set the new pole vaulting record 11' 6'7 at the Day- ton District. The mile relay team also set a new record of 3135.5 at the Troy Relays. I I 0 Fred Detter. Ralph Nlishler, Dec Frantz, John Huffaker. Bill Johnston. Daw She-llhaas. llob Sehul. Ronnie Peele, Jim Wheelock. Not pictured: ,lim Vallieu, Dick Overla. . l ' 1 i Q ' , K h .J 7 yi Y ' 1 r - - , 4 , .l . ' I l -- ll- I., il I , i 1 I I ' A W li 'I' :'- i I l . W- .- 51: I ' I F1 - " H. - " V- Fur 'r ,Q T-T .T V'f. 3 ' -1 il 5 'iq' 'ttf' 154393 l r ' i - J 1 1 1 7 . ' A . , ' 3 ' f - - I J, X 1 Ax.. .t , 1 3 A+ 1 4 N 'lv 7 V+ 9, Q . , C t 9 . A . x . MTS ,NT ' I TU ,Wea Qfl, 1 xl .K f' ' htm. v ' I kxy,-U 'Y ' an .Ll f I X ,v. ills -P... K l v I 1 uf Y-ti. If , 4 I Q ' - Q 5 ' . 1 or +A' . J it -4 . ... . - 2 , i.. l - 'Z ' , " 'A ' 32 'Y ' I .. . ,gm -......""-'laril - .A.g44A4,AA sA4 4.444 First rntv: ,lm-rry Foster. Nlanage-rg Jim Harshbarger. Bob Ballinger. lfoachg DaveSl14'llllaas..lot-1Xiglkfr Dirk l ltf F4-ltvr. l,arry Koogle-r. Carry Koogler. Lynn Warner, Dick Paul Lutz. ,lim Thompson. liary Myers. Jzruf lr wt OW-rla. llwaim- Roush, Nlnnagcr, Second row: Mr. Yvilliam Marvin Swank. Ken l'lf'IllIIlf'I'lt'll. 5, The Red and White baseball squad, composed mostly of underclassmen, closed its regular 1955 season with a respectable slate of eight wins and three losses. Two of these defeats came in league play. ln the opening round of the District MAN tourney, Coach Ballinger's charges downed Lemon-Monroe eight to two, but were blasted by Middletown's Nboomin, bats." nine to one. Ken Hennnerich held the highest batting average with ATS. ff . If ' 0 03650 CW Something new was added to spring sports in the 1955 season when a golf team was , X ' ' organized with Mr. J. A. Williams. coach. Playing some of the toughest teams in the valley, the Bulldogs managed to gain one victory as they defeated Miami Central. With four playing positions on the team. Joel Walker held down the number one spotg Bob Hicks. number two: Stew Miller, three: 7 A and Dave Whitman. number four. Sandy Pol- ing. the number five man, managed to get into a couple of matches and also play in the dis- trict tournament. Shown are: Mr. J. A. Williams, Coach: Bob Hicks. David Whitman, Joel Walker, Sandy Poling, Stew Miller. 1 f 'T' I Q, Milton-Unionhs Junior High Football team had a iery SUl'l't'SSflll season. for they won three. lust one. and tied one. Nearly all the first-team players were freshmen. This ye-ar7s team was coached by Mr. William Ballinger. assisted by Mr. Dale Ctimmins. ffl? -.rg .ll XIUR llI1.Il 1,IIl'.laItl.l',Xlllalh Ffliif row: Susan Ks-rr. Susan Nlil- .- ".-V t Isl, sh ull llurt. Nm' llirkvy, .Sw- nnrl ruuy' liwmxllr lllompson. Xlary .xlltl Nlsxwllgn-r. FOOTBALL R ffl Opponent Tipp City . Vanflalia-Butler Randolph ,. Vandalia-Butler Tipp City ,,,V, , gaazaewahflc T11 ey e6 18 6 13 it 6 IZISH HAS.: :QRS I III- X I 'L-ll uf J A! Q A FRIWIIYI YN B XSKFTH XII flrst mu Junior Paulu Ro cr xlfllf Qam Warnfr Tern Humphrey Iowf-ll Shearfr fnnu XX l r Nc ull I nr Seforul r u Unk Wlnmlmlx Daw! Srhul Iluu Xlnrllam De an CIIIIPICIIEI' Terry fhomp Rnmu Homer Ilannw Hanrmlx 711lflI mu fran Brown Nlana tr J4hn N11 hler 'Nlonte McDowell Nlr T e season was unsucvessful for Coach Dale CUIHIIHUQ Freshman Basketball Team IS far as the um and loss record ,ms The Bullpups were unable to flncl the range of the basket ln all but two of lts sum encounters Ilosuwr the Junlol Ilrgh Basketball Team coached hx Mr Wllllalll B3lllI1g6I' mfmagecl to wm flve of lts seven UHITICQ Although their season slate wasnt too lmpresslxe the Red and Whlte slnmul deflnlte posslbxlltxes for the future lil!--I F Q3 QW 'fill W 'IW lil? L Q Y-7 Y fl JUNIOR HIGH BfX5KETBAII First ron larry Bohlfndrr Terrv Elllott, ,Inn Elliott Scott Jay, Keith Brown, Mlke Humphrew Chuck Green Svzmzrl row Jun Smlth Nllen lNetzlcw Xllan D1 xter, Ronnn Borner Rnnrne Becker, Tommy Gray, Qtan Hagel Ihzrrl rou Jun Oburn and Tom Fxelds. Nlanagxr- ,lm-sm Hames Nlr Wzllnarn Ballinger Coach Wawne Beetlew Robe-rt wld? ner Xlanager ' '11 4' ' 'I is 1- W1 71' Z! V- 2- I fa-1,...,f A .2 s . - '- s , 'QC ' " I .ix ff fx , I lx T xt I Aaq-.- x . 6 1, f , I . , ' ff X- T ' 55, 1 V 7' e-- I ,ze K .X ,Vi ' ' ' ' . , 2 ' v H S I - I I , I 1. . H' -' I . r IN va h ' 'C - i I V A ,. .J I -- X: I ' ' - 1- F , , , ' 1 ' , V ' . H ' f u 2 I I I '. l s I . f r ' at " . x ' 1 I ' " - fv J. , V , l ' - - ' I R1 '- Nisrll. .l'I .i'..l ' 0 ' -- -' , g. ' ' . ' ' ' , 1' ' - son. LU' ml ' 4' ' " ': f"g g': v .'S .. .' ' .. . Dale' IIIIIIIIIIIIIS. Cunt-lr: Paul Svhe-llhaas. Iiill I.uke-ns. John Wirlvrwr. Tc-rry Cummins. Manager. 0 3 0 0 h x - ' - - e., ' ' .' - zu . at , " ., fr . ' ' L B V I ' - ' M M 1 - 1 -- C ' I I' . , . L f I D an D C I u T I ' 2 1- V AP' 1 I l 2 I . ,T 1 ' ' fi 1" - ,- H ' W . - I n X - I X t Y, , qw, N I X X ' X K . A gl N XJ , I V , S: LYS N I gk tx I X ,N fy, ,, an ,- Y: 8 , .. - ., . I ' .. . ,Eff ' 4'-' " , R i 3 4 -"' r es ' J' V ' 'Y-N X T I J ' . X 1 I ' '- . QX rr , - 1 , -Q Q .. I l I 'si' f mf , I r A Q 4 x - r' ' ' ' X V Q N J Q91 ,M ,, , .f "I Q ' , I -f. Y LJ Q ! A i -4 - hiv an V j. 'f I I9 446 W1 dp.,-ol'V VUTSITN Basketball Izlalnf Ohurn X Lt Prnm joy Iurlm am your Karen Beeman 5 u Sue l bb Gerry Rama Ulana Hunt Norma ,Ie-an Hlvk P Creen NI Nlhe W mmm Coach hut pzrlurerl Donna Iwrrl I' Reserve Basketball Connie- Wirrigz. Vcrda Barnes. B-th Organ. Yirginiu Farr:-nkopf. Joyce- Spitlvr. MOVMX Mishlc-r. Connie' Uhurn. Sondra Svselar. Xlarvia l'ink1-run. ,Indy Baker. ,Iam-l Xlinnirh, Sandra Sherman. Beverly Foster. Carolyn Hall. Joy Breiflenbach. Toni Snyder, Hgxry Crew. Sharon lflclings. Hrs. Nellie- Waymirf-. Coach. No! piclurerl: Mary Ann Yuunt. Catherine Stoffcl. fa Varsity Volley ball Iftl frlll Jlll l I' 4 T 4 Sllllfl 0 l I 11 ll I d llll IFI dllf fl FU art! OUVQ tllldll li I' llll I' I l xt I ul mum : UGO Reserve Valley bull F'rst rout july Uickxy. If a Warner. Alice lm-nny. Bwrlyarw Sta,er. Toni Snyder. Judy Ynunt. . ernnrl rnzv: Cri: Nlinknc-r. Connie Wirri . ly If-'ff-r. I nnir- Oburn. lfar env fri .',' um. E vn N i ht. Tlzirrl rout Nlrx. Nc R- Y' ymirv. I4 as-I: Linmh V1 rlv. Yir,.inia Farrf-n'0 1. nan Fu vn- ump. Ye-rmla iurneg. '1-orgiana I ice. K 'rlm-nv " rm-r. . n 'f 1: I 1-' 1- .' -. '1 1- Nlinnich. 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'+ . T Y . .+ . . , . . '+ .. g ' R.R., '+ I+ Mi+ ' i+ . T Y . . , '+ J. L. HAMMON, M. D. Wes+ MI+on . , I+ I+ La ' I+ '+ . .+ ' I+ . . , I+ I+ ' I+ "Don"I' 'do if yourseIf'," Dick Beck 'lells Jan Hissong. "Jus'r call BAKER'S RADIO AND TELEVISION when your TV goes "on fhe blink." Y? T33 -in ua! Teresa Bauer and Doris Gillum decide +o "say if wifh flowers." A+ PATTERSON FLOWERS are proper gifis for all occasions. g,.- i Wifh closed eyes, Hazel Crawford is irying 'lo imagine herself wiih a shorl hair sfyle from RACHEL ANN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE. Perhaps she's smiling ai fhe idea of an Halian cuf. 3 1-A -1. , -. i I 4 i' 1 adn- MAYFLGWER THEATRE Troy, Ohio SEE A GOOD MOVIE AND VISIT OUR LOBBY SHOP Roberia Wooley and Pai Shuff look for "apples for 'rhe +eacher" a+ +he fresh fruil' and vegefable counier ai' WlLLARD'S MARKET. They know +hey're geffing 'fhe loesf when 'lhey buy here. Bonnie Coaie and Dale Wieser look over a large varieiy of rings as Mr. Wendell Fleming poinls oui' +heir quali- fies. FLEMING'S WATCH SHOP also has all kinds of cosfume jewelry. '23 I . I i . I I J - H, M Q '!..'!p""Q ... , . ,. M, 7- 1' "i9f.,':' gan, 1 . ,f F ' ' - v --zu., .AY 4... 1. . .gvvx , A-1... - - I, .. ,. . . , I. -Lf- 2, LAT www, .mvQJ.v41g,,.,. mv: V, , :Kb 5 JM ff' -on . ".2i+'m-w ' .., I "i 'if' 'l- . .I f.. 'klaQ1'Wy-xfgigr. M if .,A, A ' " "1"?2"v:ww+.,.a WILBUR E. BEETLEY CONTRACTOR 81 BUILDER Wesi' MiII'on, Ohio 520 Sou'rh Main S+. Phone 99W Seaied af 'Ihe organ a+ HALE-SARVER FUNERAL HOME is Diana Hunf as Sonnie BeeIIey and Karen Beeman wa+cI1, expecfing her fo be confused wi+h +he 'Iwo key- boards. IZ4 FARMERS STATE BANK ENGLEWOOD, on-no The Friendly Bank Wi+h Complefe Banking Service Member of fhe FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Deposifs Insured Io SI0,000 5 . 4 ? L' 1 " 3 4 1 5 . x L""'A-1' '1 Xu Paul Lu+1 and Ralph Mishler wafch wifh inieresi as cemeni' is poured in'I'o forms for vaulfs ai' COATES'S BURIAL VAULT SERVICE. ,.,.n f 'f Joy Hurley is a lucky girl fo Mr. Coy of H. A. POWELL one is in a mad rush fo have +he senior porfraifs. gel' her icfure made b P Y STUDIOS because every- him false his af+er seeing L 'o ET T X. .,-.Q if . q lei mfmrf i Y MEElE'E "'Ti:"':zv' 'i ::',' l.-f J -1.7-7.4,-r fi,-f ' A nl 3"3Q'L"" ,Jr-. -,..... i fp L. "Malte mine a Chevrole+!" says Jerry Jackson afier Pafsy Smedley and her fafher have explained fhe new feafures of +he new l956 Bel-Air Chevrolet SMEDLEY'S CHEVROLET SALES af Vandalia also provides 24-hour fowing service. I27 Seafed before fhe friple dresser on display af ROARK'S FURNITURE STORE in Laura is Linda Vore. For fhe lafesf sfyles and beaufiful furnifure and appliances, see Mr. Roark. ' Q A """Tm' ll , l A l .y i f , . , I T, , A . '33 g' -A J X' W dd V 0 u il 4 , T3 1 'N' ij ""'f" - ff' " gf? K . 6 I., 4 Harrief Hildebrand, Jim Pearson, and Elaine Werh en ioy an affer-school refresher af HERR'S RESTAURANT Nix? "A hunfing we will go," says Gordie Hall fo Elaine Oburn. For fhe besf resulfs, go hunfing in FULLER'S HARDWARE AND PAINT. You're sure fo find iusf whaf you're looking for. Hicks, as she "rings up" Dee Ann Wesffall and Re Saul's grocery bill. Af BROWN'S MARKET you'll fin a complefe line of Whife Villa producfs. "Service wifh a smile" is fhe mo'Ho of Norma Jean 9 d -4,s Jim Thompson and Gary Midlam are geffing informafion concerning a vacafion four of fhe New England sfafes. As members of fhe MIAMI COUNTY AUTO CLUB fhey are enfifled fo four and accommodafion books and a recommended roufing. l28 77Y1' fvllfry, fwf f"' f" Q Befsy Ross Bread, a producf of THE COTTAGE BAKING COMPANY, Piqua, Ohio, is guaranfeed fresh daily. Naomi Newman and Beffy Smifh have fhaf safisfied look affer making fheir purchases. Gene Hunf keeps his appoinfmenf for a haircuf af ANDERSON'S BARBER SHOP, which is n-ow in a new Iocaiion on Miami S+ree+. - 'Lib I xi' .A I P 1 in I Y :J -WS., f I . I X A " --n-9 Tw' - g . In , I ig , 1 . ,J A Beverly Warner and Mr. Clyde Hines are falking over life insurance in +he OHIO NATIONAL LIFE IN- SURANCE COMPANY. Insurance alone is 'rheir business. I 'QC' I Q U Tl 7' .,, -, 1 Jean Macy and Marcia Heisey check 'I'heir accounfs wi+h Mrs. Frances Lair a+ +he CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. For confideniial loans and banking services, visi+ +his dependable bank. ' Jane Kress and Pai Holmes are confessing i+'s a Ford AI' KENNY'S DRUGS. Johnny FISIIGI' QIVGS DOUGH David- +hey'd enjoy possessing as 'Ihey ge? +he sfory on +I1e son a sales +aIk on +he Lili Home Permanent A Wide comfori' and convenience of Ihe new Coun+r Sedan varie+ of COSYUSIICS I'10I0 SU lies and RSXBII CIFU S Y Y - P PP I 9 from LUCAS MOTOR SALES. are fea+ured a+ Kenny's. '29 if if . -'Ii I 52'-'Z.g7QT'. 622.1 , -. S :D if LOCATION: 3 Miles Norih of Wesl' Millon STEINER'S SAND AND GRAVEL WASHED CRUSHED GRADED Also River BoHom Top Dir? Fill Dir+ READY-MIX CONCRETE Also Winferized Concrele WEST MILTON. OHIO PHONE ll8 Nicholson NETZLEY Oll. 0- ' 77lulr1266l 4 fauoav. an I NETZLEY OIL COMPANY provides 'the school wi+h i+s For a wide variefy of various i+er'ns under one roof. gasoline and oil needs. For quick and dependable ser- Sh-ir0n BFOWH. Gale Honoyman. and Shirley Brown lllink vice, call Laura 726bl. of HEFELFINGER'S GENERAL STORE. i -as-MIK 5 4 , Doing a bil of "wishful" +l1inking are Naomi Newman Servin +l1e rural area surroundin Ludlow Falls a a 9 9 5 and Ru+l1 Dick as Huey model 'llne lovely fur capes a+ represenlalive of Wayne Feeds is S. J. RUDY 81 SONS. ROARK FURS in Laura, Ohio. Af' swim -if 9 f. , Looking al +l1e 'lempling menu af SHAW'S lNN .in Engle- Ready +o go on an emergency call are David Whilman wood are Joyce Macy and Bobbie Jean Miller. Good and Mr. Hal Ream. For prompf and courleous service, food and afmosphere makes ealing oul a pleasure. call ROY H. MILLER FUNERAL HOME. l3l A p p X r ,- f xx, f . I I 4- P . 1 4 ' ' ,.4"'Q ' ' ' ' L ' ,' , ...f"" - 1 - TR in ws t D 9 'V NL? ,Nu 5 .vj VAX 'I LI I "' 'T' .-. Lj,4LfN.:- A I 5 3- 1 H Q - 7 sq V1-thx' ::d.R,,.! I v-g Lf,J'fw', ,Ii V -Q L I . .Q . lr Q, X K r K. Q -, 5 U, 'I I 0 h .10 I- H.. ,X ' b -xv -. N ' I f " I . ' X I- ' '. ' ' Sy , , :A wg. - M? I f 1' f -.. -'J . A ., - '-,"- f' ': . ' , ' ,J L. E .E-M - -X - I A, 4,3 I p Ig I . , H .- - , i M 1 r I A ,Y . I- 1 Q ' ' I 1 ' ,fi-' I 3 I Ir. Ii 1 X "fi 'V lxflx... gg? I3-,f'f5., ,-'f" I A .' .Qld-' Y ' I ' u '-. ,..-.. - f - I 1. Y 1 FU" 'I A ' I E! - 'ip I 1- 32- I! ' ' '!i': 'ff I' ' Q ' " ' 7 ET M P ',, D . . 4 . b A 1 a I 5' , - I 4 i- ul 1 Z -A- AT ' " " ' I I .LI xg? HILLER BROS. ' 'Tl' V ' WE - , Q , I M, HK nu - . I, HL W fb ,. '- - 'T 'TL-m.,QP1 'i-' r ' - 1.1 L Y It Emu, I Tl. In ---41 - 2 I .,. -'P I f .- 1. . -'-- ', " l I . -' Q- , ' - I ' V' wap. - y- f ' -Q ,. 1 ' ,"?-E'n4:"" .K A -. i 33 Q -P?" 3"-'EJ' " " N X T' " " 4 'ix-Y' 1-'S-. X A X v Jerk.: 'M-4, D ,B W ,I d 2. 4 An A . .,B:r,h -V w J 'Q . 'J Ax- I I ,, .D I Ari- .- .'- 'V s r', 41.,..,ky V . N L ' If Q1 ls , L-,, ' L an-7: I lifgia-Lf, -- 113. w Ni HN. , X glx 'v.I,..Q. ' 's r ' ., . I mr., , 5, . .,,,,., .. --. no I . lung. Y Ti - -1. I Ot Q X ,, , R.. Z5 I - I ' 1 ,kff5:LJ:,., ' A A 1 I-.Ld 'K-, ' ' - 7 ' - 1" -3 , I . . 'ffl T? ,- ' ' ' X.. L Q :f1:f4',: J -41 -Tim: :1 c"T - v,-.A .. 7- 1, 'V A', -'f'-4, 1- U v sf ' 4 'FC J-vu." ,N Q. 71 1- - I . " -'t'3'ff' .fs .A I Excavafing in Limesfone 'For New Wesf MiI'ron CiI'izens NaI'ionaI Bank MILLER BROTHERS CONTRACTORS R.R. I Wes+ MiI+on, Ohio PHONE WEST MILTON 330 I33 JIM FLYNN'S, INC. Sporting Goods DISTRIBUTORS FOR Rawlings - Spalding - Wilson - King O'SI1ea Converse - SpoI'biI'r - General - SouI'I'1ern 0HlO'S LARGEST SPORTING GCODS STORE "Where Sporfsmen Serve Spor+smen" I'IEmIocIt 2884 - 2885 - 2886 - 2887 - 2888 Corner Firsi' and Jefferson Sfreefs DAYTON, OHIO WE HAVE IT IN STOCK-WHY WAIT! ,....- l in w mn., , f 4" ' ' ,.,.-- FOR A SANDWICH YOU'LL ENJOY HAVE A . . . E. V J 0, - Y- E 'E ' ol 0 5 S f 'X X -1 'I 00 COUNTRY KITCHEN SPRINGFIELD 220I E. Main DAYTON I6I4 Keowee s+. CINCINNATI Paddock and vane SINCLAIR COLLEGE COLLEGE CO OP PROGRAMS Accounhng General BUSINESS Managemeni' Tool Englheeflng ancl MechanIcaI Technology S+uden+s aI+ernaI'e be+ween 8 weelc perIods of worlc and sfudy Earn More Than College Cos+s Graduafe WI+h ASSOCIBTS Degree In 2 Years ALSO EVENING COURSES AVAILABLE WrIIe or Phone for Cafalog II7 W MONUMENT AVE DAYTON 2 OHIO Adams 520I MACY S PLUMBING SHOP I6 Years LIcensecI Plumbmg R R I WEST MILTON OHIO Phone 855 R il Gary Myers and Joanne HoIber+ save for a raIny clay ai MILTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Convenuenl' 'Ierms on home loans can also be arranged - I in I J- B KX I I I I XV "IR , I 1' ' f ,E....,,l ' "' For +he besi in window 'rreafmenf visi+ WEIKERT'S Charlofie Scheuring checks her insurance program wifh SHADE SHOP- MT- R' L- Welker? 9lVeS his bl'0+l16l'. Mr. "Bud" Pri+chard, fhe local represen+a+ive for fhe Ronnie, 'lhe exclusive feaiures of +he new Flexalum vene- NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. +ian blinds. .J ' -- f M a-ii! . 'ml F. -if .1 ' E 5 ii' iv- . vu. E l L A sly I A min. L Jinx- ' " '. Li l I" V f . ll 'f I , . BRlGHT'S FARM STORE in Poisdam can fill several of your needs ai one sfop. For felevision, appliances, hard- . . ware, or pain'I's, see Mr. Bright C0VlnQ'l'0nn Ohm ' r We wish +o express our appreciaiion . . . To ihe businessmen who supporfed our annual . . . To Mr. Osborne, Mr. Williams. and ihe 'faculry who have co-operafed wi+h us . . . To H. A. Powell Siudios for fhe phoiography . . . To Miss Dunn, our advisor . . . And fo John Welles and Ma++ McCormick of Taylor Publishing Company. We hope +ha+ you en'oy many hours now and in years +o come wi+h ihis ihe l956 ECHO. Mr. Harold E'Her poses for a piciure iusi before leaving his residence fo make a service call. "For service 'Thai' THE STAFF- saves" call MILTON ELECTRIC. 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