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

 - Class of 1957

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A MZ VV KJKJMJ IVIILTCDIXI UIXIICDIXI HIGH SCHCDOL WEST IVIILTOIXI CHIC VGLUIVIE XIII I-1 fxfx KW 'vi V 7 V .mkQ.', 111 G- fi'4 I. . IMI mf, lass 7? nu 3797 ,....-yn-f ' " "" 44 is Q .A- 2 I L-no H Nyvvn.. M "4 f ..v"i"" I ., ni- VX ' ' 'T I 'lem , " Lv v 'sa 'L xi,- nu 5-QHCQ . f'N fNf'N"'Nf'NYNfN"f'Nf'x XJ-JgJ giv -2.1 ....i. 'Tis education forms the common mind: just as the twig is bent the treeis inclined. -ALEXANDER POPE Liberal arts is the hasis of all education. lVlilton-Union is dedicated to the kind of education which hetokens our American heritage-education for wholesome. creative living. education for unselfish service in a chosen vocation. and education for intelligent citizenship. The teachers take seriously their responsibilities to e students academic and career guidance. Sedan! Zaafwl is .nv- NIR. RYRON STON RR. I'lt'I'k-Il'f'Ll4lll'1'F. anrl NIR. MILES MUTE, vim- pre-fitll-nt, rlifcuw matters pt-rtainingg to the finance- Cmnlnitte-P of whivh hc- is chairman. . in . NIR. Rllill.-XRD STFINFR. prvsitlvnt uf tht- Rwxtwl nf FlIlll'2lIiUIl. vllvvks tln- 'ntla for a monthly me-vting. I XJ ,AQ , . Q X Otlwr mvnmbefrs of thv lmard arc- NIR. L A W R E N C E PRITCH.-XRD. vhairman uf the' cafe-tvria commit- te-:-: NIR. ENIFRSON SWANK. chairman of tln' PHI11IIliIIf"f" on equipment and furnishings. anrl NIR. IVAN SEBI.-KN. vhairman of tlw transportation com- lllillI'f'. r -Q... 1.. , x Q .4 - Y Q Friends, students. and alumni: Once again. l am very happy to extend greetings to the mam students, alumni, and friends of Milton-Union Schools. This book will stand as evidence of the fine spirit of co-operation that exists among the faculty. student body. and friends of our school. Without this spirit of co-operation, it would be compile such a publication. Sincerely yours. diff R. L. Oshorne Superintendent impossible about To students of Milton-Union: The curtain is about to close on another school year. Another senior class is to climax twelve years of schooling. To the seniors this means good-bye to Milton- Union. To the underclassmen it still means there are missing links yet to be supplied in the coming years. To the graduating seniors, l wish you the best in your adult lives. May these high school diplomas not be the climax to lives just beginning. You have been an in- spiration to many and may you continue to inspire others with your lives that are ahead. To the underclassmen, I extend congratulations for the fine co-operation you are ' w until that point of departure. giving. May you continue to gro Sincerely yours, muff' J. A. 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Su A W: R Rh H vw-45 Sue Poock Ur Rui ell Lutz and Yernon Smedley per Jlm Crew and Jon Warner aasrst Ur RuQsel1 Lutz set form L1 thc-nucal vcperxment fur claw observatlon up an CXDCFIITICIII for the physxce c1asQ Mra Nllldred Warner polnts out clxffe rv nt -pr 1 Il x of natne lurcl lrfe to Patty Green, Becky Dearth, and Jam: x l raw ford -c wa nth gzrarlc CCICHCC studentQ 5 The SCICIICC Department offers the Qtudents a comprehenslxe sur vey of sclence at work ln thelr chemlstry, brology, phyS1CS, and general SCICDCC c l a s s e s The couries are geared to a hrgh school lexel and students learn practlcal thlnga Ml1lCh wlll stand them ln ' f 1 4 , . 'NV I Vi: r l 1 1- :I I , ... I 3 ,N --In I . 1.. .I .E . 4 .- 77 "' '- s5:.1'..!.fvH, qw new i. N, ' ' F -:Li ell fi. 'Erie P: . 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T ' 0 0 a an , e . , I Col Nu - 'f'Z",i' 557-'4 - my PH lzurlmv uns -5 with kmpdl IILIAYJ 6 H 6 7 'l"g a' -.'1l'2 t s s by KI. ues, s g,..:., .i ' l"-f','g, ' ,B.... , A Ld., Miami lnivcrsity: and Mr. Fred Bittlc, X I BS.. B " gg Gr' . . ..Q., ,' ' 7 " Q ' tl .l ' V , . . . I T-U Y s ' 1 ,, 5 " N. , , ff , . . , . . . , Y 'Q 1 , ,V " 'Y . . . . S. wry - F' V! ' 'f Q wg , ' If. X 7' f . 4. , I .ca l u 1 v 7' , tx , K 7 1 K. M f Qi.,- hrrell 'aundmr and Qdrul Iullh nh Cour Con eau X , thq hy ztmn grxblfm Lal ll u Q fl grid rv QM 'il' f mra Qtu cntQ are kept ln Qtxtchf r httle J y I 1 ' 4 Za f ' '1 , A V X , Y . 5, I X J V ' , s , . , . ...,. ,K Q Wd- I I' " ' f 1' 1' H " ' "Oh, cl 'Y Vhicll 4m- i- - "pot- vlru' H, - S "I I - "twuyl1. vn F- nf rhif 'old 'ghr "ng1r"!" , .3 I f ' ' 'L v W ' I - v ! I I 5, vu- .v f Q l US- X A4 e . I V V XAL4' 'X 1' 'I K' " I' 45J,,..- rj' V. 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N Department 11dQ Students xx 10 urn to pur-ue future uemew Ld rure Course- 111 beqllllllllg and aclxancecl tx PIIIU shorthund Qeuetarlal prac ue buxmess Ellfflkh and buemeee math are offered to theee wtudentx Beeldee prepar mfr -tudents for future Jobe thr dep t ment alan trxeb to help -tudente fmd Qult whle jobe fltted for them and thelr ablhtlee Pegge Green reC0rdQ her YOICQ on the tape recorder whlle Janet Jacobion and Dxanne Ellcluer lliten 0ff1CC practlce Qtudfnt often u e th1 machlne to take dlctatlon Second year typmg students take tuned ssrltln-rw to check themr Qpeed and accuracx I 1 I '1 "il Q 1 b Q 5: - -15. 5 : C' A '1 ' K 1 C, S ' . ,, " ' 'l 7 , r' 3: CT: . . -3 ' J ' C 3 ' ., 'S ar- ' C . k . . U If Z I . 1 ' ' ' ' '- . 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Besides the four major sports- football. basketball. baseball. and trackAphysical edu- cation students participate in individual sports such as archery. tennis. trampoline. tumbling. badminton. shuf- fleboard. and ping pong. afe,4mD f Afvl' Seventh grade lrls ound off 1n mu ic clas The Fine Art Department teacht tudcnt that mu xc and art add beauty and Joy to their lne The mzmhtr if thi tlzpartmcnt are Nlrs 'Nlargaret NIar1on Scheib XB We tmm ter Lollt L anal Nlr Lawrence Frazer -XB John Fletcher College NI Ed Nlnamx Unntr ltx ,J Eff- -1-1 The Fine Arts Department aims to provlde the kind of educatlon which enlarges the boundarles and enriches e content of life Bands chestras choruses and ar classes are important 1n e lives of the Milton Union students Courses and act1v1 ties ln these flelds are an lntegral part of the flne arts program , "5 fr Wx. 9 r ., ' 1 A ' D xx . g- its N - 5. -S- g - CP ' s -s ' s' ' ' " s. - - -s 4 's ' ' ' . -. . ""' Frazer, AB., West Liberty State 'll-ucllt-rs College, Miami Universityg Mrs. ' . ' ,f.., s .. ' ,-.., , . . ., A '- s ' A . ,QP 14, K ' ' ' ' th X . 3 ' . , or- ' 4 -W " ,., S 2 1 t . s, ' ' th f' , . . .- 111,41 ft 1 1 1 I to me mg and X Wdll' I 1 1 Lilo 1 le X 1 Nr! Qtudvnt- Rmalu Nlolz Prancw Northrup Nlrx F1a70r 'Ned Lmvkmr and Larolxn Hall xmrk on mdwldual projectc I 1 ' 0 . Q., . I R . . , g . . LS X l V i sl , .' AX I ' ' ' Q W , ' ' 1 .- ' 1 ' l ' A 'QHK-AA K V., 1 s W.. . I lk .vt ' -' I '43- i ' . Mr.. 511 -.ff r. lf,-at -1- gp -, ,Im-iul 31,11 ion jfy- L, , I Billf R '- Nlul '. a nm'ml:--r of thc- 'larin'! sv-' n 'n rl ' Lea, who rm- putting: finishing mum-In-s un lhcir porn-rs. 5f'm"V hand- fhmh m""m1"' 'JB' Wim IWHCUCF- K A . 'r X. , , E A-,f , . . Y . 'XLS ' X 'H o ' ' ' M, X 4' - ...Qr A Q- X Q? 1 ' , t , x X x ., X K . n K fn7' 'aa' , V .f"r 4 cnwteaed H4 hunt' Home economrc student Judy Yan K1rk Barbara Straw ser NI1 s Jeralxn Therman student teacher Helen Rovers and Prlscrlla Brubaker ltnou that the 'way to a mans Darrell Sweeney Ronme Sweeney and Don Nhller draw up a set of plans rn mechamcal drawn clas If UVTN xi! Hggd 5 ar""" .,-1' heart IS throu h hrs stomach Hey boys' Doesnt that cake look scrumptrous 9 The vocatlonal arts course 15 deslgned for those students who plan domest1e careers 1n agrlculture and home economlcs Homemak mg covers a varlety of things, such as beauty care flrst a1d home beautlflcatron, meal plannmg clothes deslgnlng and helpful household hmts and skrlls The Vocatronal Aguculture Department acts as a "trade school for bovs who are mterested 1n farm mg I'31S1Ilg llvestock and general agrlcultural practlces lndustrlal arts students acquire useful arts and skllls 1D uoocl worklng, photography and prmtmg They study such related sub jects as shop math draftmg and mechanrcal Clrawlng Drner educatlon IS a valuable technlcal course deslgned to teach students not only the art of drnmg but also the safety rules and the mechamcs of an automoblle U f f l f f , . l V L " .U 5 , B HI - T A fl-0' V 345. I Q 4 ' " -'L l 5 ,Y ,N-N O 0 W V ty. V I '- - K 4 tt. 15, . 5 1E . ' ,J + U ff I Y 'L 1 -I ,i 'li . ..' A 4 X e ' x lx 4' W gy . F Q K -. T is X yin. 5, 1 l f Xt 9 ' AVS , N ' s ,- , T' fs , . ,yi - K n N Q ' 7 I I ' 0' ' Y, Y 'Q-V -T T M, 7- 0 S4 C ' Z ' , M v - s . v s 1 v M ' - - , , , H Y , 1 . " . '. U ' F "" n 1 n 5 7 ' l 5, Q v ' - , NI William Cinn Xllldlll to drum tuclcnts what oe on un cr thc hood of a tar Jerry Brown exhibit one of l1lS FFA projtctb a un and her two lamb to laeaezqd4q" Personal instruction in vocational indu trial and tcclmical alt 1 the Joh of 'Nlr Rag. Diley BS NIS Ohio State Uniwer ity M1 s Theodora Stock dale X B Nlanclie ter Colle e Vocational Home Economics Ed University of Dayton 1 L- 'aa I 41 'G XX .r. li 4-' "5 ""g:s '. ' g S cl f Ball State Qollegeig Blr. W. Staley, B.S.kEd.,, Cliinllzf-Arland University? ,and Mr. William Ginn, BS af ' fyr' 'w 'fx rf A E X 'A V! 1 -- ' 'ffl 7 .. A f X i w ,- ff 'cf . '54 ix 'lu M09 5 ' . P ii K-V -QQ.. .k' New IAQMQHQQ wrsfx r-N L.Jx.J T. The only zcay to 1101? Il f'l'iPI1l! is to be mzv. -JOHN lllfiYW'0UU Formal and informal sm-iul activities. Chats over lllIll'lltxS. reading. concerts. plays. and gunws. offer Hilton-lfnion stiulvnts ai healthy balance lwtwf-mi work and play. Nlillon-lvnion lwlivws that the well-eclilczltvd man must luv Slll'L'PS5l'lll not only in f'lilSSl'00Ill lt'lll'lllIlQI. lmut also in community living. I cw AToni Snyder, Homecoming Queen, receives the traditional kiss from coacaptains. Sandy Poling and Tom Penny. Norma Jean Hicks. Homecoming Queen of 1955, crowns Toni Snyder Queen of the 1956 Homecoming. A I I ' . 1 r Y I p . 3 I B 1 I . i illlll liijjw Vw? ,Q J"5a 'Qs T Tri-HiY displays a garden and fountain which portrays the f1oat's theme, "Faith in God Flows On." Joyce Spitler, sitting under the rose arbor, is the cIub's candidate. Eff Enjoying the game from ring-side seats are the Queen Ellen Wright, Toni 5nyder. Queeng Mary Ann Yount. and her court. From left to right are: Janet Earhart. and Joyce Long. 'Tilt' 'Y r P' 5 ,, f 2 1' bfi' .11-4 '-- Yf5:y1J,L h -.b 4' ... -' lr'.q:A rmmztigmg 1 . Q " '. VI'f'-r '3 ,' A t,:::'-Crist' ' P 0 nt tv," 'Ur 1 - V' . -3'-am'-.'1'Hl, l,f4,l. LJ- vw ,2:4,l'5,..w "L,"-, ' ., . , v- H.-t ep-.9 Barbara Tinnerman and Sue Foreman, riding on the F.H.A. float, watch a Bulldog knock down "howling pins" which represent Red Devils. The glitter, symbol to the hy Roy band float, an eye-catcher of red spotlights a red and white lyre, a of the band. Adding a note of color float is Janet Earhart. accompanied Jay and Carol Spitler. hand members. llighlighting the foothall season, was the event of floinevozning on Ovtolwr 12. when the Nliltun- lfnion Bulldogs f-nvounteretl thc- Tipp City Red Devils. Eleven eluhs and vlasses took part in the flomecoming celebration lay electing a candidate for Queen and huilding il float for her. Prizes for the hest three floats were awarded hy the Tri-Hi-Y and Student Council. The hand received first prize of ten dollars: the freshmen took second prize of fixe dollars: 'liri-lli-Y. third prize of three dollars: and F.H..AX. receiveml honorable mention. :Xt half-time. 'lioni Snyder was vrownekl Queen. For the first time in llomeeoming history. a junior receixed the honor. llvr vourt of attendants were Mary Ann Yount. lfllen Wright. and Janet Ear- hart. seniors: and Joyce Long. a freshman. Making the llomef-oming eomplete was the Bull- dogs' vivtory over the lied llevils-21 to 0. A Homeeoming dance. sponsored hx' GA..-X.. was held in the vafeteria following the game. The thf-me of the Student Council's float, "Check the- Devils." is heartily aceepterl by the Bulldogs. Ellen Wright, the vlulfs vanrliclatv, ride-s on this clever float. 34 xa- X. fl Rfprmn11t1ng, tlu lllillll of tht fn-hman float Irmk Alu ad lb a wlutt ancl red rocket L1nd.1 Rathfon Charlotte Snnth and Joyce Long are tht LlI'lQ fldlng on th1 Crazy float C X fl plan'-. 1tS float around tht Club Q mottc Play more llwe longer Rvprcw-nt1ng the tllf ferent Qports 1n whlch CA A. part1c1pateQ arf' Judy Baker Joanne 'Nlacy and Vlfglnla Farren kopf Quo blbbe 12 thc- clubs rPprG2e'ntat1wc 4' K. I F-1 'Enix 14s'1x Q vs,,.4""',F M 1e tnmr 1 '1 ml1 plaw .1 largt whlte n1cg,ap1one wh1cl1 rf cnt- th 41 Brat l pp Na 0 at the ond of tht 111egapl1ona 1 Man Xnn Hount ws 10 rs rPpnQ1nt111g:tl1z tl1 lhll l I 5 . v i 5 5 5 i E f eye! il T it . 3 5 Dick Felt:-r holds his audience spellbound with a German lugar while he reveals his villainous plan. CAST Wilbur Maxzeell ,,,, . , Scott Willianis Hercules Nelson ,. , ...,, Joel Walker Celeste Judy Pfeiffer Nina Quigly . ., , . Judy Yount Frankie , ,,,,, Janet Mninich Mrs. Nelson ,,,cc Pegge Green Ur. Nelson . , Joe Haines Granny ,,., . Gerry Randall illr. Quigly , , Tom Penny Dr. Brown H ,,c, c...,.c.,c . , Dick Felter Madeline . , ,, , Mary Ann Yount Mr. Schusler .. ,. ,. Gary Minnich Daphne . Janet Jacobson Claude . ,,,,,,Y,,,c,c,,, David Shellhaas Henry ,. A A7,,,,,c,,.c c,cc . , Jerry Foster Sturlerzt Directors ,,,ccc .ccc, 7 Dianne Elicker FINDERS CREEPERS, a three-act comedy. directed by Nlr. Dale Cum- mins and Nliss Lucille Dunn, was presented by the Seniors of 1957 on April 6, 1956. When Hercules Nelson invites his pal. VVill1ur Maxwell. to spend a week end with his aunt and uncle. he doesn't know they operate a funeral home. Needless to say, the boys are all for heading home when they find there is a corpse there that just won't stay zleml. Louise Paulus H125 fast. 68 slow." say Gary Xlinnieh and Joe Walker. the two zany doctors. 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F '1 .N Nia j A111 Y , llll J l st .- N'l 9.14. ff, ' The HSweetheart Hopf a gay valentine festivity sponsored annually by the G.A.A., is the dance of the season. The girls deco- rate the cafeteria with the colors, turquoise and silver, touched off with red and white hearts. The NM7' Club, selecting the queen and her court, chooses Mary Ann Yount as '5Sweetheart Queenf' Nelson Schultz from WONE, serving as disc jockey, plays records for the enjoyment of everyone present. Adding additional en- tertainment are the pantomimes of the Imita- tors and a 'crock and roll" drum solo by Doug Steiner. The lmitators, a group of talented high school boys, pantomime Elvis Presley rec- ords during intermission. 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Judy Pfeiffer. and Lila Warner. handle Arnold .lofl Walker and Barbara Bennett f-cond r-me ter tudents on the publlcauon staffs help prepare flrst edltlon of the school paper Bewerlw F tfr lax nut a copx ll t a N e Clbm de lgn thf cow-r for the PVHO The ECHO the 'Vlllton Lmon xearbook ums the hlghest ratmg awarded bs the 'Natmnal School Yearbook ASSOCIH tlon and second place from the Columbla Scholastlc Press Association Wlth the completlon of the 51 edltlon MISQ Lucllle Dunn ulll complete her fourth successful wear as adusor Durmg the summer 'Vhss Dunn and Llnda attended the lNat1onal qcholastlc Press AQSOCI-?itl0I1 held at the Lnn erslts of Nlxchlgan Sandle Arnold and Jos Breldenbach BUIL DOG BARK enthuslasts and Wllss Dunn que Glbbs and Linda Vore members of the FCHO staff rompose the group who proflted from the Plll7llCHtl0I1S Workshop at Athens home of Ohlo Lmsersltx lnstructlng Twpographx Wllss Dunn taught a class at the workshop for the second xear itartlng second semester the BUIIDOG BARK staff under the leadershlp of Nhss Dunn and Jow Breldenbach publlshes a ueeklx edltlon of the school paper O I I XX I . . 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N l FIRST ROW D11 Ntme Chaplaln Blll John ton Trea ure r rw lllllli 1 111 '-tr-war N tr ICQ Pr: ulnnt Nutt Xilllldlll Nctrttars Nlr Herbfrt Iannone Xdxl or NELOND ROW Larry Koo ler Jxm Nlarcum rec Sandfr Buldw Nllllll Dou lson ,loel Wa er Dvtamr Rru I1 Carry K1 lfr and Qam Helmmk H1Y member ack YNII' tl1 Il II1 If I and Found IIYIJZITIITN ROW ,I1n1 Crew Jerry Fo ter B111 Luken Illck Felter Larry Pmkerton Doug Nlldlam Don IIIIIOIIIIJ on Kent Brown FOURTH ROW ,lack Walther Lloyd Couch Fred Detter Sandy Polmg John NI1 hler Wavne Stallman Larry Schul NOT PICTURED Carry Koogler Sam HCIHIICIC .I ': 2 -1- f" -. I " : ' s . s- 'Z A '. Y j S . l F. A . ' : C11 1' BI' -' 'I . Pres' I -nt: f " t 1 Iill- . Y' 1 ' ' ' , V . ' . I S , F I f X S. 1 1' fl' . g 4 s, 'lk , . I , .I ' , Dwainc Roush. Cary Stuclelxakr-r. Ke-ith Williams. THIRD GUY Roush. 5 4 I i 4 I 0 . ' I 1' 1 n I n I I M -I as . ' 7 5 l ,, 7 5 , ' I I 7 I I.. . I I - 9 X I 5 ' A I 1 n 5 a 1 1 I 5 If Q. . . ' . . . , vo 1. F I , u Ye - V X K 4, A .A X 4:1 . ff 1 I -,gT" g "' IS,L I' mg-, . '. I-I 'S. CII" 1" r' ite! s in 1- ,rs - 'nI. H1 Y a club for hlgh school boys, IS an orgamzatlon closely assoclated WVIIII the YMCA Its motto IS Clean speech clean sportsmanshlp clean llVlI1g clean scholarshlp In order to plan a program for the year the offlcers and adusor Mr Her bert Iannone attended tralnmg camp at Camp Kern e Frlendshlp Clrcle 1n1t1at1o11s and Semor Farewell are some of the pro grams cosponsored mth Tr1H1Y Other projects mclude entermg a float ln Homecommg sponsormg the schools Lost and Found Department and gnmg rellglous assemblles Nl HUXX 1 Q oc frea Qonnu XXIITI Nurrtarx ll1ZlIlIll Fllclxfr Chaplain Xlr Ihx I1 Lum Xdu r NU UNI! ROW Sum Folkmr Ellen Wm In Nlalmxd lmkmrtun jmlfnm Hun! Juds Pfclffcr udy 71616 2 To create ma1nta1n and extend hlgh standards of Chrlstlan chalaeter 14 the purpose of Trl H1Y whlch 1s recog mzed on the YMCA frmn and Countrx and the Qtates Honor llsts Vlr Phyllls Fxans the adusor and the offuers 'attended two camps durmg the summer to prepare them for thelr dutles The club very actlxe 1n school affalrs, plans many of the I'6llgl0llS assemhlles provides the mornmg dex OIIODS and co sponsors the homecommg celebratlon X1 Q I' lidld 'N lrnz lurner IOLRIH RUNX lfrrx Randall XIZTIN Nllllllldllllllfl' Ndllflfd xlltfllldll Beth U .tn Xnn Blackmorc 1111.1 'knton xlll lxan Nu: Pmwlx Xlirx fun innnn XXIII! md Iudx Xount for th: me lx :nd at lamp Ixsrn 1 lfllllx tlilnxn 1 np pf! pdf! 0 4' dl . , g . l. ,g l i f, , , ' S yr - ,. v. 1 rl it ' ' 17 f sl .. - S I I x ij 4 . . , v- , ' ' V . , ' .. 1 V ' X FlR."' N: Toni SIly4lt'l'. Hep wrln-rg Su' 1' 0 'k, ' Sn- l:-r, joyv' Fpitlv . llllllll HOW: lin-I' " lflirker. Cris urvr: Judy Xount. l,l'1'Hlll1'lll1 Nlary Crew. Yin- l're-sid:-nt: Nlinkm-r. Nladilyn llurns. ilworggiarla Pri:---, tfonniz- Ulpurn, ' V sv' Ag. " 'Y ' -"", ' 'g, .'Ia'l' -H 1. ' : ' .. 'ljn yjlls S.: '4sn..' I. Z.: ' . ' ' '. ' '. ' .g' ' '. v 'gr . . ' J' -- . ' . . Q '. ,' .NI , Yirg' " .- id:-s. l C I - Q ' . . ' I . f-'K -L 9 - ' L s. ' ' J . " , 'I . V ' Q ' G . , ,, L ' I . b . G sk . . V . . . .' 'S f' s. .N ' '. . I' l" '. fl " -4 J . j I tlvrry Hamlall. lieth Ugan. .l-wl Walker. antl Suv . tlilibs look on vvhilt- l.in1la Yon' points out "lu-t spots in tlu- nt-vvs. -Y, V ' J t H H J I . xx f Rosalie Mote, ,lucly Stepp, Janet O'Dell. Priscilla lirubakvr. and Ivan Harry name vountries in- volve-tl in Su:-A problem. J, l ' ", "4" 5' w p I Q, 6, , ,-4. ace, , I r-v ., A-v .-'vt Leading the group in rlisf-u--ion art- offit-1-rs Lila Warner. lit-portvrg llarbara Bennett, Vice Pre-sitlvntg ,Iufly l'fe'it'f1-r. Prvsiflentg Mr. Robert Kremer, Advisorg Carolyn Fiedler, Secrf-taryg and Bob We-rtz, Treasurer. M77 ,lunior Count-il of tiorlfl Nffairs is a rlulm tlesignvfl to promote interest in vvorlfl affairs anrl wrt-ate lwttf-r inform:-rl aflults. Sturlents vvlio wish to join this vlub must have rm-avlicfl at least sopliomorv stancling anfl lw interestml in the worlrl situation. Tlirougzliout tln- your tlw mf-mln-rs par- tivipate in many nvtivities set up bv the llavton counvil. ,lurlv Pfeiffer anfl Joel Wlalker appear on tlle television show. uNevvs Wlorrlvf' every Sllttflilf' from Janu- arv 20. tlirougli F4-lmruary 3. Bc-ing able to see anfl bear llarolcl Stassvn in person proves to be quite a memorable event to Sue Gibbs. l,infla Vore. Bob Wertz. Car- olyn Fiefller. Rosalie Nlote. anrl Barbara Bennett. stuclcnts 4-boson to attencl the Wlorlrl Affairs Institute in Dayton. ln the spring. the attf-nfling of the Tri- State Yvorlcl Affairs lnstitute in Cineinnati by two junior members brings an eventful year to a close. 1 f -11 11 1 51 111 nf 1511151 HUXY: Vis- 1.111'i111- 1JllI1I1. X111'1s111': K1111-11 1113- fi11:11'11-111- 111-1-1-1, 11111-1y11 XX'3Y11l'I'. Na111gy 1-1-1-1-1111111. 11 ar liriff. 1111111111 1'l4I1l1'f'. .111111 F111f111g.,11111y F11-1111. Sl'1'1111l1 111111- 1111111-1. x1llI'11XI1 111'1g111. 5111111111 15,111-,ll jga,-ham 1111- 1'1'1-si111-111: 11Ll1'1lllI'll S1L1g11'I'. 11111115 5111111-1. 111I'1'11rl1I41'1': 1f111'k1-11 lfris N1i11lu11-r, 11111-111 W1-rling. 1-'O1'R'l'11 HOW Judy' 511ml-lx 11111 111'LlI'11l. .1lH1b' 51111111 ,11'1111i1- 17111'11111g. 11LiT1lLlI'L1 1111111-1. 111115 YL111 1iirk.Yirg1i11111 17111'1'1-11k1111f. X1df1 SECOND HOW: 511411 1.1'1'r. Kay 11111111-r. Kay 111-11111s. 1,11 5111-1111111111111-11. 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Fir-1 Xv11'1' 1'r1-si111-1111 .Zuni ' Z ,Z ,-4 w l l l I UNION I fp DAY LIVING 1J1sp111yi11g 1111- 1'1l2ljI11'l' Il1'1l,11'l'1 111211 1111s 111 ll 1'11111- p1-1i1iv1- 1-x11i11i1i1111 111 1111- 11111111111 SILI11' 1".11.1...X, 1211111111- ti1111 111-111 211 511111111111-111. 21l'1' 11t'14'Q.ii11'r. .1ll11y 511-pp 111111 B11r1111r11 111-1-111-1. -513111-11111-11 S1llQI'I' 111111 lQ111111i1- Wirrig s1-11 ri11111111 111 111-111 rai-1- f111111s 111 -1-1111 ll f11'11'gIil1l' 111 1111- N11I111na1 11111111-11111111. 1111- 1'iLl1lI1'1' 1111si1111ss 1.112lf1PfS 111 .-X11111ri1'11 pr11- 1'if1e pr11gr11111s 111r 11811 g11111es. prepare the ele- mentary' 11ir1-1-t11ry. 1111 secretarial work for teachers. 111111 1112111 11 variety 111 I1I'11gI!'2l111F. Curr1-111 1111-1-lings f1-11111r1- i111tiat11111. a "1'11111e- as-you-areu party. Nlerle N11r111a11. 1110111 11usi111:ss- 1111-11. 511111 il 1'1-11r1-s1-1111111vf- from N11a111i'Jar-1111s 111 1111- 11111111111 1l2lll1llll'1. 311111111-11111111 0112111191 participates 111 club affairs at 1111111 s11111- 111111 113111111111 11-ve1s. B11r11ar11 Bc-elley is pr1-s111111y s1-r1'i11g as stale treasurer. 1TU1l11F are 11ei11g raise11 111 s1-1111 a c1e11-gate to the Na1i1111a1 Cc1m'c-11111111 111 Da1111s. Texas. H.. FIRST ROW: Louise Green, Sharon Bright, Pat McBride, Sandra Harry, Jeanie Furlong, Miss Donna Hauer. SECOND ROW: Linda Manson, Sharon Hartley, Neva Jean Hissong, Carolyn Lavey, Carolyn Minnich, Barbara Kester. THIRD ROW: Cynthia Collins, Kay Dennis, Shelby Carnell, Doris Barnes, Beverly Eastrldge, Sue Foreman. NOT PICTURED: Donna Doles, Barbara Tinnerman. FIRST ROW: Kay Urmey, Karen Swisher 'NIa Sim " atcae 1 4 . P Q U, . ry - fs, mons, Marcexlle Pearson. if" ' ' Carolyn Wright, Donna Ur- if ' -Q mey, Connie Rogers, Miss g 1 Jeralyn Thurman. SECOND ROW: Yola Von Netzley, Sara Oyer, Barbara Oda, Connie Stockslager, Betty Jane Roark, Mary Ann Nis- wonger, Joy Wheelock. THIRD ROW: Fawny t Swank, Kathy Stine, Sylvia Overholser, Sandra Swigart, Judy Van Kirk, Carol Werl- 7 . ing. . XX! Although cooking is an important part of the Future Homemakers of America, modern times bring into view many other phases. Among these are the club's projects in home furnishings, cloth- ing styles, and home economy. The theme for this year is "To Promote a Better Family Livingng the It We girls enjoy the satisfaction received from con- tributing to family relationships. F.H.A. members take field trips to the Dayton Power 8: Light, to baking companies, and to other related industries. An important event is the State F.I'l.A. Convention which they attend annually. FIRST ROW: Miss Theodora Stocksdale, Advisor. SEC- OND ROW: Nonna Fetters, County Officer, Delphine Huber, President: Janet Pierce, Vice President, Alice Penny, Secretary. THIRD ROW: Janet Minnich, Treas- urerg Janet Baker, Historian: Priscilla Brubaker, Re- porterg Barbara Strawser, Reporter, Janet O'Dell, Recrea- tion Leader. FIRST ROW: Lowell Wade, Richard Pierce. ill:-n Kendall. G1-ralrl Ho-hrook. Larry Pierce SECOND ROW: Rex Pierce, Barry Brown. Larry Iloneyman. David Nw-wniun. lloh II:-rn. Larrv Ifetters. THIRD ROW: Jim Donohoo. Paul Stepp. Janie- Yan Kirk. l'ro--ton Nlotv. Klarvin Dt-Moss. Ronald Meade. The Milton-Union Future Farmers of America is a growing organization within the school voca- tional agriculture program. It helps to prepare the hovs for successful lives in farming and the teaching profession. Parliamen- tarv procedure and public speaking. an integral part of their program. enable them to have more poise and self-confidence. Officers of the Milton-Union F.F.A. Chapter. .Ion Warner, Seeretarv: ,Icrrv Brown, Sentinel: Kent Brown. Vice. President: Nlr. Rav llilev. Advisor: Max Warner. Presi- dent: Don Spitler. Treasurer: and Nevin Hess. Reporter, conduct their mer-tings according to parliamentary pro- cedure. I I I I FIRST ROW: Boll Honey- man. Larry Green. Jerry I'ic-ree. Cary Pierce. SEC- OND ROW: johnny Hos- hrook. Bill Holmes. Glenn Mumford. Leland G a r IJ e r, Gary Sludehaker. TIIIRD ROXY: Neal XY:-avcr. Russell Ilonevnian. 'lieddy Pearson. Ronnie Iiesecker. Darrell Saunders. FOLRTH ROW: Sam Hissong. Ted Richard- son. Jerald Baker. Dean .lack- son. Kent Ifurlong. :Xn eagerly awaited annual event is the trip of junior and senior hovs to the National I7.I7.A. Convention held in Kansas City. The supreme achievement the cluh is working toward can hest he summed up in its motto. 'iDoing to Learn. Learning. to Do. Earning to Live. and Living to Serve." ldflgfmi 'U' Bun l The sri:-ntific'-ininmle-cl offiwr- uri- lloug Lyons. lie-porter: Francis Xorthrup. Treasurer: Terry lflunipllre-y. l'r1-sialent: Ray Homer. Vin- l'rr-sith-nt: lfruig llrouin. Sm-vii-tury: and Mr. Frvil lliltlv. Xmlvisor. -5 Several ineinhe-rs of the Scif-rice Club, Hike- llynilmala. ,leff Hess. Billy Smith. Leland Garber. Fred Custenliorrle-r, Darrell Saumlm-rs. and Rollim- Brewer, olrsf-rw. while ,lohn Nlisliler and ,lim Baker explain the operation of the iiiirroprojeetor. 2 fmyfwf 'L x x Gary Coffinet. John lirf-irlr-nhar-h. Ronniv llf-ek:-r. Russell Honeyinan. Tom GUY- and I-3l'1'Y Bfflllrwirlrr fli-play one of llln- many -c'ie'm':- projerts vnta-rml in the annual Science Fair. Q S ' an An interest in science and a high scho- lastic average are the requirements for ineinlvership in the Bunsen Burners. The elulfs programs consist of scientific movies, fliscussions, and guest speakers. Each spring a Science Fair is held in the school anfl the prize-winning entries are sent to the district contest at Witten- lwrg College for judging. Two of the eluhis other projects are sponsoring an assembly program featuring General Nlotors' "Previews of Progressf, and sending a rlelegate. Charles Cooksey, to the Ohio University Science Workshop in June. 5,1 Nl HOV Jun Oburn Nlllu llumplmr x llw un un: x 11 1 nr UND ROW I' trlclt Xl slr 9 cnt 1 on l 4 le om W mr lu N 1 tl lHlRlJ cr 1 r ormm 1 lllalll 5wzcncw Xiu or ll nn U1 Run 1 llurrm IN DL STRIAL ARTS LLLB -Xn orgamzatxon fOIIllCCl to gnc lllffll Qchool boss experlence at the work bench IS the Induotrlal Arte Club It mclucles photography woofl worklng pfllllllllg and lll6Cll'1I11C3l flrawlng The bow make beautxfulls flIllQh6d furnx tule Qmall kmck lgnacke and learn the nnp mrt'1nce of fOllOWNlIlg C.llI'CCll0IlQ They alio leirn how to hanflle hancl tools and power machmerx A branch of the club 19 the Wcmocl Butchere and Hobby Hoppere It 15 formed bx those lnductrlal Arts Qtuclents more qualtfled 111 that fleld It prourles '1 good opportunlts for boxs who 'ue lnteregtecl Ill lJCl"OI1l1Ilg good hands men 111 thexr future seare 464654 'N Q Ntllll umxrc p ll! r1plL Bob a e anll Bruce Npltlc r il . The purpose of F.T.A. is to explore teaching as a career, to help future teachers to learn, and to cultivate char- acter qualities essential for good teachers. For practice in teaching, the members observe elementary teachers' classes and sometimes are permitted to teach the class. Outstanding events of the year are the Christmas party and the Valentine Tea given in honor of the critic teachers. 'vs in Ae' liugiols. S'l"xNll Nuxivy Stout. llo-alu' Klint:-. l.ou1sr- ljillllll-. Nu r' .. 1 'L 5 'I'IIl2.lll. 7. 7. ff. Zeafw Lis A 4 ig , ir rw, ' ' lnfla-If 5 'K-'. 'Q ' 4. f- girl 1 iamiz- Lew. l limi-lm'r'1 Flllllll' hm-h11ifv.N-.-rvliiry. I e I FIRST ROW: Cynthia flrcss. Sharon l-lartlex lla-xv-rly Walker. Karen Fwislwr. Susan Kerr SHIONIJ RCW: Naclcan Coate, Nancy Hattson I inn Vin rich ,lanc Har hhar fr anc Brewer .51 -' 1 Q - S a' . J NOT l'lfI'l'llRlflJ: Carlin Care-w. 'liX'I'ICll:,Iu1ly Yuri Kirk. Fu-un Nlillwr, ,lim-r 85.11 IN1 ' 'ra zl'alw-llv llit-ki-y. Xrlxi-fur: Xlr ll1'1'II ll:-wting. hllklnllf. N'l'XXlllXll: lillll 911 Pdlu x1Ct Irs ulnnt Xlldn Sm art Daud 'She has I NT HOW C rrx K1o hr 51 1 'Nfll lum lu re 1d nt 1 1 1 N ull XX1ll1L1111 Sam Heluuc J lm 1011 ' H111 I' 1 QNX ulnnlfh Dfixld QUHC rrw I nkerlon rx lllllllllllfly Ixrrv Knog.lmr ' If LUN U' BRONX J IXNIIX11 Mk r lraaurmr Mtn To promote gmfl uxll 11110110 the ithletc of t e 01101111 T16 1urpf12e 11 the X'1rQ1tx NI un XG 111 t 11u1111f- 1110111 wrq muf 1 xa1Q1tx lf-tier In Iliftllllliflllg a full Geaion 111 one 0 the four nmjor sport N P111 wr 1 lllg 1 1 are TPCOUIIIYQCI In uhltv Sflllllll Qxsmter 411 11 1101 are blg red XI e clulm Jurd11QCQ 1 ITIOUQ ltemk of Qports CQUIIJIHCIII for the 91 haul sunh dg the tr 111111011111 Durmg ba kctlmll 5:11110 Xllan Sm art .md Larrs Ilnk ertuu member of thi Nl Llulv dx lflllllli pru ra111Q and u her pmlalor tu Cdl 0J77Z6lw5 FIRST BOW: Sharon lddings. Sunny Bae Knife. Susie Hiller. Mo Yee Nlisliler. lane-t lfarliart. Nlary Crew. Joyn- Long. Juilm-ne Hunt. Joyce Spitler. Loraine- Earhart. Slflf- OXD ROW: Barbara Stager. Barbara Oda. Judy Pfeiffer, Sylvia Overholser. Reporter: Linda Eubank. Myrna Mole, Toni Snyder. janet O'Dell. Connie Wirrig, Lila Warner, Treasurer. THlRD ROW: Peg Green. Secretary: Nlary Ann Niswonger, Cerry Randall, Beverly Foster, Sur- Poock, Sandra Sherman. Sue Gibbs, Pre-side-ntg Karen Shank. Ann Blackmore. FOURTH ROW: Carol Falb. Judy Henderson, Don Thompson, Doug llidlam, Ned Shuttleworth. Mr. Dale Cummins, Advisor: Priscilla Brubaker. Bill Lukens. Stew Miller, Vive Presidentg Judy Baker. Barbara Bennett. 4 0 f earsing for thc- Christmas play are Vast inf-mln-rs. ,luilf-ne Hunt. Beverly Foster. Don Thompson. and Sue Miller, S This year the llramatics Club was reorganized since its existence in l955. Mr. Dale Cummins and forty-one students undertook the task of re- assembling the club. The organization gives students. interested in drama, a chance to participate in skits and plays. It helps to prepare students for their junior and Senior plays. At llll'ClillgS students present skits and offer helpful tips to improve the acting of their fellow members. "Cornelia Makes Christmasf, a one-act play high- lighting the Christmas assembly. exhibits the clulfs talents. Spring activities include participation in the music concert. and the presentation of a short play planned for the cntertainment of the student bodv. ' . u rl 5 V r ' l v l 5 Q fxlj , xx H 5 A I' "w,,',4f 1 9 M ' fl itll . , l 5 L . 5.5 " V -5 1' FIRST ROW: Kay l'rruc-y. Elvannr Nlaxwcll. .lauvt Spitlvr. Marir- Wyrick. Cathy Stnffe-l. Carolyn Lawy. Judy Pfe-iffvr, Lila Warrwr. Norma lfvttr-rs. Hrs. Marion Srhe-ih. llirm-lor. SECOND ROXY: lmix Alive-rt. llarhara Oda. Xt-xa .lvllll Hissung, Nh-laniv Rom-ll. flllLiI'lt'Ill' lie-i-1-y. Clrarlnltf- Smith. Kay Ditmcr. Cynthia Rikv. Tum Fivlcls. Sh:-ryll Hart. I 1 5 ! , , ' . Tlllllll ROXY: liurhara Curlif. Carolyn lfiwllr-r. fllliiflfiilt' Klikvl. Sandra livarcl. Kathlecln Dotfnn. lliarmv N1-w. Janet Dulvw. Judy Sllvfllliill. ,lustuf Srmry. F01 HTH ROW: ,lucly Vlullll, SU'lil1l'Il Nll1'll3I'lS. Rugrfr lim-lkv. llvth Ugan, Paul Svlrv-llhaaf. liuyruuud Fuller. jill flung'-r. Sully Curtis. NOT PICTKRED: Rf-x Pivrce. lmnrla Shvllvy. 'Sahel 'MS' Murrie- rx ,. 4 V .Q- xf X., I K rm mf IllZ1l'U'F pe-rff'c'1." Q' lllllhflli me-rulu-rs uathvr uruuurl 113110 tu LVN! It ' "F. The Nlvllntonvs. Judy Snywlvr. Toni Snydvr. and Junvt Spitlvr. lwlivxv that "praC1iCC FIRST ROW: Rosalie Mote, Judy Werts, Pat Orr, Sunny Rae Knife, Billy Lea, Juilene Hunt, Barbara Tinnerman, Myra Foster. Carol Spitler, Roy Jay, Keith Brown, Judy Sotzing. SECOND ROW: Jerry Latter. Joanne Macy, Sylvia Overholser. Ann Xlarkland. Carolyn Furlong, Judy ewan 'gcuwi The 62-member Milton-Union High School Band, under the leadership of Drum Major Doug Mid- lam, gives top performances at football games. With them march a group of five color-guards dis- playing their drills. The Pep Band under the baton of Don Thomp- son, the new student director, provides music at home basketball games and pep rallies. The six majorettes draw high praise from the crowd by performing precision drills and baton routines at basketball games. Cool, Vernon Smedley, Ned Shuttleworth, Tom Gray, Paul Hershberger, John Mishler. Carolyn Minnich. Wayne Spit- ler, Melba Doles, Connie Thompson. Judy Yount, Louise Paulus, Ol-:ey Bragg, Janet Earhart. THIRD ROW: Carol Garrison. Judy Battson, Valvria H8TrlllJHfgt'f. Sue Poock, ch ,' at Directed by Lawrence Frazer. the band com- petes in the Fireme-n's Convention. the Band Con- test at Piqua. and plays at the Pitsburg Oxroast. This year for the first time, the band participated in High School Band Day at the University of Cincinnati. ln January. they provided music at Hobart Arena during a hockey game. Another first was the entering of a band float at Homecoming. To their pleasure they won the first prize of ten dollars. Tom Timmins, Preston Mote, Doug: Midlam, Drum Majorg Sandra Beard, Craig: liruwn. Jerry Nlinnieb. Teddy Pearson, Scott Jay, Ronnie Albert. Hans Nlarkland. Bill Lukens. Sammy Hiisong. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Lawrence Frazer, Director: Don Tlimnpssm, Student Direeturg Tom Sbuff. patladganaw, ' . I I Chuck Green, ,lim Fetter. Roger Wbitaere. Eddie Weber, David Sebul. jack Walther, Dun Spitler. Carol Falb. .-Xnn Blackmore. Cewrgiana Price, Toni Snyder. Linda Rallifwn, ,ludv Snyder. NOT PICTIFRILD: Sandra Arnold. Ralph Hildebrand, Barbara Kr-Aer. Doug Steiner. Kathy Stine. i DON 'l'HONll'SON. Slmlenl llirerrur HR. L.-KWRENCE FR,-XZER. Direelar PEP BAND-FIRST ROW: Don Thompson, Studcnt Dircctor. SECOND ROW: Sammy Hissong. David Schul. Bill Lukvns. THIRD ROW: Toni Shuff, jerry Minnich. Okey Bragg, Louise- Paulus. Janrft Earhart, Duug Nlimllam. Kathle-vu Dotson, Sylvia Overholser, Sunny Rav Kniiv. Rosalie- Klutv. Billy Lea. wwf 'MW RHYTHMNETTES-Cris Nlinkner. Drill Captain, Gloria Jane Brewer, Bonnie' Callicoat, Conniv Wirrig, Barbara We-rts. .lf'HI1fN' Durham, Sherry Crissum, MOVQC Nlishlvr, Stager. Sharon Motc, Joy Breidenbach, Sharon lcldings. Lila Warner. Connif- Mille-r. Marlene Turner. Linda Vorc-, NOT PICTURED: Doris Barn0s,Judy Pfeiffer. JoAnn Gingrich. Carol Ehlers, Jill Canger. Cindy Qress, FIRST ROW: Judy Snyder, Joyce Spitler, Secretary, Judy Stager, Nancy Strawser, Geraldine Strawser, Con- nie Thompson, Judy Yount, Marie Wyrick, Nancy Varvel. SECOND ROW: Lila Wamer, Catherine Stof- fel, Kathy Stine, Joy Wheelock, Barbara Stager, Con- nie Wirrig, Ellen Wrrht, Judy Werts, Connie Stocks- lager. THIRD ROW: Carol Werling, Mary Ann Yount, President, Toni Snyder, Judy Thompson, Linda Vore, Judy Webb, Marlene Turner, Lila Stoffel, Fawntella Swank. Q.fi".f4, yazkto Z E '. a 5 It 5 1 25 E I Z 4 5 ' ,sito . - Y 1 , , fr: v FIRST ROW: Janet Minnich, Sotndfa Sesslar, Susie Miller, Alice Penny, Linda Rathfon, Juilene Hunt, Sunny Rae Knife, Sharon Iddings, Treasurerg Mrs. Nellie Waymire, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Ruth Lan- dis. Joanne Macy, Georgiana Price, Cris Minkner, Mary Ann Niswonger, Connie Miller, Judy Pfeiffer, Jane Harshbarger, Marcia Pinkerton, MoVee Mishler. THIRD ROW: Yola Von Netzley, Judy Hildebrand, Karen Shank, Reporterg Connie Oburn, Judy Sherman, Sandra Sherman, Beth Ogan, Judy Henderson, Sue Poock, Marilyn Shellhammer, Gerry Randall, Vice President. 'lllu- llirlsi Xllllvlir' .'XFS!lf'lilllUIl luis amuse-il ai grrvzit lllll'l'l'Nl uiiuvilg llu-.girlf iii yrzulvs nim- tlirwugli lm-lm. Nllll l.lll'4ll'Sll'1' lu 1-xi-it tlu-irzitlila-lu zilmility. 'llWf'Illl-l-lX'l' fi'vsl1nu'n we-rv iriiliuu-rl intn ilu- 4-lull. Tlui Ulffllllllillitbll piwwirle-s fur purtimiluiliini iii ull- lwlmull. luiflxclluill. tumlnlingi. mul t1'z1mluvli1u'. To nuilw it Iumssilvlc- fur lll1ll'P girls lu i'vr'm-in' aiwzmls. il ru-w ,mint Ffrlf'lII was mlvxisi-nl. Tluwv :issurils am- pmsc-iilml lux' tlui aulvisuig Nlrs. Ni-lliw XY2lf'1lllI'C. at the Z'l5SllClZlllUll.S zmiiual lumquvi. 'lilu' vlulm. taking: part in ilu' V156 llfmuuwmiing cc-lolmratiim. Plectml Fur Cilvlfs. que-vii c-uiulirlatr-. tw i'4'pr4-Smit lllt'llI. l'HllUXYlIlg1 ilu' giamu' llu-5 spuiismw-il ai liomecoming clzuuw-. "'l'lu1 llm-rl mul While Swirl." Tluf C.AX.bX.'s sc-lu-clulv llI1'llllllxS Slll'll vvmits as iiitwscliolzistif' wllevluill aiul lvuslwtlvzill QILIIIICS, plan' niglit, ilu- "SW?PlllI'-ill'l llupf' mul tlu- lungg-amuitf-il Cflfl- OFFICERS ANU WHRU VDIUFRF ' FIRST RKUW1 f I ,- , f'l'ml in ftim y w'Y,ci,l-Km, Juilviu' Hunt. Nvplwiiiuiw' li:-piwxm-iita11x1': juyw- Fpitlvr. Fwrv- um lm lxllul l " l Y A' " tary: 5ll2.ll'UIl lflelinglf. 'lliw-us11i'1,1': Sli-1111 Kvrr. I'-llwllllldll Re-prw I ,pkg y , ,, 'IllLlllYl'I Xlrx. Ne-lliv Xx'2if'II1lI'1'. Aflxixor. SECOND ROWW: Sun- Cilrlw. Sf'lIl4lI' lie-prvse-rilaliw: Kar:-n Slumk. Ri-luwtf-rg Ann I I f 1 l I l 4 il'lil1lI4'. .luiiil r R 'pr -N -nlziliw-. THIHU HUXY: .lo All!! m J frll1,!l'lf'l1. 1'lI'f'NlllllLlIl Iwpiw-wiiI41iiw: Mary .-Xnn Yniint. lrwi- all-nt: Gi-rry Raiulall. Viv-.A l'rf-fiilr-nt. dl' 'If FIRST ROXVI Carolyn lfivrllvr. ,llllly TYQOII. Susan Kvrr. .lzinv lll'l'Wi'l'. Nlzulilyn llurn-. llvgge- flu-1-ii. Virginia Slicryll Hart. ,lfvannv Ve-Ita-rs. .levy Hl'l'l1ll'l1lll14'll. ,luru-I l'1LlIAl't'IllUrpl, 'llllllill ROW: Siu- llililw-, Kim lllzim'kriioi'e'. Smith. Carlvnv fiY'lFSlIlll. Mary fir:-w. ,luvkiv llllf'llll'l', iliuly lluk:-r. Cari-l ljlllll. llarlrara ll--nnvtt. 5an1lra Swi- SECOND ROWYZ Rarlrziru Elil'li1'l'. iliruly firws. Uiunu garl. ,lill Ilaiigrf-r. .lu Mm Cingrivli. Virginia JxI1lUl'llQlQ'4. Murphy. llrvris Harm-s. Yr-rmlzi llurrivs. linrulyn I,uwy. ll1'u'1'lyl"4vfle'l'. 6l t 1 . i 1 5 1 1 1 .Z W 5 r 5 5 1 ' S i E S l is 5 M 1 X I 2 s ? 1 i 3 I Cl i 5 : s Q I , it . ,A Efa 9 1 2 'O VARSITY CllEElil,lf1kl7l'lliS FIRST ROW: Dianne Elicker, Susie Miller, Fawny Swank, SICCONIJ HOW: Nlary Ann Yonnt. Sue Gibbs, Pegge Green. awny Swank. warsity cheerleader. niakt-s il flying leap to sh: really means it when she says. "floral luck. ll'l1Illl-i 2 During the fall and winer seasons, stu- dents eagerly await Friday, when classes are shortened to allow for a pep rally. After speeches made by Mr. Bob Long, head football coach. or Hr. Wlilliani Ginn, head basketball coach. the varsity Cheer- leaders display their talents to lead stu- dents in rousing eheers. The pep band is always on hand to keep the boosters in high spirits. Special features include hilari- ous skits. contests of who can yell the loudest. and Cheers led by faculty members. The varsity cheerleaders cheer at all away games and at varsity home games. The junior high squad are the morale boosters at the reserve home games. The varfily Clif-v1'lm-uilvlw lm-ad the Crowd in thf- vllwr. "ln there, lnoyslv, at ilu- Oukwoocl-Wvet Milton hafkviliall gamf Sue Dickey, Karon lclwlings, and joy Thomp- ' sou, junior high c-he'm-r'lm-adv-rs, le-ad ilu- rrowd from thc sidelinvr. ' 'cieefateamavolo ' JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS FIRST ROW: Sally Jay. SECOND ROW: Susan Kerr. ,lov Thompson, Karon Iddings. Pam Hood, and Sue Dickey. FN ' .. ll P' X Ml C 'Nd I '4 J' ' af Q K4 .' ' I- . El ' -gif? QW swf. l MJVGJXZCQ TFT Lil It takes a good loser to ufin. Athletics have a definite organized place in Nlilton-Union's school program. As a member of the Southwestern Buckeye League, Nlilton participates in interscholastic football, basketball, baseball, track, and golf. In every sport. the team is backed by a crowd of enthusiastic boosters. MASCOT: Billy Long. FIRST ROW: Danny Hancock, Managm-rg Sam Helmifrk, ,loel Walker, Vernon Smedley, DeWitt Sandifer, Stott Williams, Allan Swigart, Dave Stine. Tom Penny. Sandy Poling, Dick Felter, Dwaine The Milton-Union Bulldogs, coached by Mr. Bob Long and assisted by Mr. William Ginn, closed the '56 season in a tie with Trotwood for fourth place in the Southwestern Buckeye League play. Inexperience and size were the teamis main holdbacks but were overcome by hard fighting and high morale. The Bulldogs got off to a slow start, but broke the ice at the Homecoming game by defeating Tipp City, 21-0. This set the Bulldogs rolling only to be stopped by Randolph, bowing out to them for the first time in eleven years. Victories J fi' Q .. 'x Wx 53,1 44,-s 77 Roush, Cary Minnich, Larry Pinkerton, Stewart Miller. SECOND ROW: David Cooksey, Terry Cummins, Dean Clinefelter, Allen Netzley, Kent Brown, Terry Pc-cle, Wayne Stallman, Jim Crew, Fred Sanders, Larry Schul, ,lack ' 2 aqfngmza were scored over West Carrollton. Eaton, and Cov- ington. Tom Penny, Sandy Poling, and Dave Stine served as captains for the 1956 season. Dave, who was unable to participate in the first four games because of a leg injury received during fall prac- tice, was voted the most valuable back. Allan Swigart, a junior, received the trophy for the tearnis most valuable lineman. Honored on the SWBL All-League team for the 1956 season were Sandy Poling, linemang Dick Felter, quarterbackg and Dave Stine, fullback. 78 30 wr-5 'I wx xi s 'x I ss-1 33 Q ff.- Walthcr, Smit Lair. Jt-rry Hughvs, ,Iac-k Waymire. Karl FrPd Dvttvr, lan Pvttllwrtmi. Jwhn Nlishlt-r. lftidit' Wt-lwr, Williams. THIRD ROW: Mr. Bob Long. Head Cnachg PHUl5if'1Jp. Tvrry Humpltrf-y. Stt-phvn Fvllvf, Gan' Stude- Bill Smith, Mgnagvrg Doug I,yt.ng, Managt-rg Keith baker, Junior Paulus. Nlanagn-r: Mr. William Ginn. As- Williams, Mike Wie-ser, Larry Hom-ytnan, Tvrry Brooke, Siminl Cuavh. 79444 Coaches Mr. Bob Long and Mr. William Ginn talk things our with captains Tom Penny, Sandy Poling, and Dave Stine. ...L.. . -.x 1' 13? J :- s. 1' 9! f . Hp: AU xr V L ,.'. 4k U l- . ' . I vi., , Q , 1 xg . v-ol 4 'Q Q 1 "1 -1- . 0' if .lr 3 5' ff? V Q We 0 6 12 12 14- 21 13 O 24 20 19:36 GRID SCORES Opponent Oakwood 1PI'CIll1CI'1 Northridge 7 H Vfrotwoocl-Madison , woakwood , 'x'V3I1f13113-BUt1L?f Wfipp City , 'West Carrollton ,,,7 XRand01ph ,,,,, , xlfaton ,,,7, , , Covington , , , 1'League dazdwwzwEa.4wz46 0 FIRST ROW Richard Sibfrt Nlanager SECOND ROW Boli Weru Nlanager larry Koo ler Stew Vliller Dick Felter Tom Penny Larry Koogler Jerry Foster Nlanager Zfzecwcce The Nlllton Union Bulldogs averaging a height of six feet couldnt quite touch the Southwestern in Cl ht ears The team maintained a lea ue E Y S record of f1VC wlns and two losses to tie for second place with Tlpp City The Bulldogs losing the first seven non league games found the golng slow but the defeat over Oakwood 60 4-1 sparked the team on through four straight victories in league play Randolph cham plon of the SWBL brought Wilton to a halt in the most important game of the season defeatlng the Bulldogs 41 36 Another highlight game of the season was the battle with Butler whose coach IS Mr Benny Cole THIRD ROW Mr William Ginn Coach Cary Nlmnich Sandy Polmg Bill Johnston Joe Hams- Dave Shellhaa Gary Saul Vernon Smedley the former M1ltonUn1on basketball coach The freezing act which they displayed only egged the Bulldogs on to clip the Aviators wings In the contest with West Carrollton one of the high scoring games of the season Bill Johnston 6 5 forward for the Bulldogs scored 15 field goals and 8 free throws for a total of 38 points This tied the school s hlgh scoring record set ln 55 by Ken Hemmerich B1ll has also scored a total of 141 polnts toppmg all other players in the Southwestern Buckeye League The varsity team consisting of nine senlors will be left with only three members for the 58 season 7: ' Y' W. , 1 . I q : A I I l n 1 xt , y 4 A . . Y 4 ', - ' 'Y 9 1' .' tl - A y , . ' s, ' 5, 5 Q i- 1 ,l s - ' ' , . '31 ' ' 0 - I 7 ' ' s - u I ' 5 ' Q n . Buckeye League championship for the first time ' ' t ' , . - . . . - 9 v. . . ' 9 9 ' 1 ll , ' 7 I ' - . . , . . . , 5 9 ' ,I , - . , . V . ' , ' 1 1 Q l n 1-v - 5 9 '- . . . , 7 ' 7 Daw Slu-llhaus llllN'li5 an att:-mptvd bunny shut by one of Oakwowcll play-rs. Bill Johnston. the Bulldog! 6' 5" furwarfl. gow up to clflar rhv lmards fur a tip-in. uma ' wwawcmeefdwgd Tho lhlllalugs' mascot. Hobby Ginn. gm-ts in rho midrllu of the lf'ilIN.S llllilllli' during time out. V With the team m a huddle and the Captun at tho head Coach Fmn pate the was to uctorx for uhm and r 41 e35'tce44c4aol4 sax - arry Koogler met wlth tall opp: 1t1rn frfm Futon n oot ha wh1leJ0e Hame awalt thc rebound john ton f 0.1 UI p dX t le Ja t f l m xx Wafzutq? W Opponent They Romex elt Belmont Falrborn Faxrmont Plqua TecumQeh Trotssoocl 'NIacl1Qon Oaku ood Butler Tlpp Cltx W eQt Carrollton Rinclolph Eaton NI1am1Qlmurg fecoweg ll 1' ljlJlJHlI!'lIf Tfzwly IW H1111Nl'X't'Il fhfl IST H1-l111u11I -IH 123 l"a1i1'lm1'11 11 -IW I7z1i1'1111111l fnl Jil Piqua OT ,lil VI1t'f'llIIl41'll -ll 30 vI1!'HtXSHHll Xliillisull ,112 ISU U11lus41111l 233 fi-1 Iiullm-1' 157 " 'so BH l111p C113 , 32 XX 1-sl fiilffllllttill 511 -IU Iiu111lul1+l1 36 ' 33 11-'J 131111111 . . ISIS NIi2iIlliSllLlI'g1 30 Jack Walther. wmv of zhf' fl'-l'1'Yt' hfflvllrlvl'-. drixffs in fur a lay-up shot. I I I 13:3 RFQ! RX P BXNIxI'1B Xl I Wa ther 5 ll H 11111411 W uncr IJ X 1 Sllll 1 mr aw11111 ll 1 L idll . ,- 55 77 99 33 as ' ' xx 2 X , 'I , '- . 'SQ . I 1 1 ' ' ' ' , A J Terry HllIl1IJllI4f'j'. Smit Lair. Dean Clinfffe-lie-r. .lark John B11-hh-1'. Alf-Fw Hxiim-5. H1111 Nlillvr. David Schul. Jar V 1 . fa1 Q' ,Inhn 'il' ' . 1' XMI! .wi l'f' . W' .' "v, 5151 fur1'r'lln, XIY, Uulx I,r111g, 71- -1, x,',..,4 3.02 , , . 4 'tw' , 1 -L 1 h Y l 14 FlRb'l ROW Tam Cray B111 Luken Nlanager John Nl111ler Cary Nl1nn1c11 Dee Frantz Cary Nl1d SEQ OWU ROW Paul Lu!! Tsrry leele Ray Homer la111 Daw Shellhaa B111 ,lchnston lack Randall Jack Walth r Unk Clmefmltcr Ncott W1l11am Fred Ralph N11 hler Larry Pmkerton 'Nlr W1ll1an1 Cnnn Sander Dwame Rou h Dare Stme THIRD ROW Coach EVENT 100 Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash 440 Yard Dash 880 Yard Run Mlle Run 120 Yard H1gh Hurdles 220 Yard Low Hurdles 120 Yard Low Hurdles H1gh ,lump Broad Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Dlscus fwdgawgclaw RECORD 04 230 505 1595 4364 64 268 42 83f4 2 1 11 5 45 5 1X2 13 41f2" PERSON Walter Hall Walter Hall B111 Fox Ronnle Peele Bob Schul Max Huntsberger .lohn Campbell D1Ck Overla Dee Frantz ,llm Vallleu Danny Hurley Don Cummms .lack Randall The 1956 Red and Whlte baseball squad IS coached by Mr Wllllam Balmger The boys stood beh1nd pltchers Dlck Felter and Dave Shellhaas for a tr1f11ng season YEAR 1934 1934 1951 1954 1954 1933 1954 1905 1955 1955 1954 1956 When the f1nal crack of the bat was heard and the 1956 season ended lVl1lton had SIX wlns over the1r f1VC defeats Th1s ranked the Bulldogs 1n second place ln the Southwestern Buckeye League Pai' Returnmg next year are e1ght lettermen to glVC the team a startlng boost -. 4: , y - Sv- S' A. .l, 4 I, VA.- : A . .,: ' ' ,N . V1 1 ,H . , . v 1 .L S. I' , . Y U V. y Q- , ' ' ' , ., ' S, 1 S , , . . , Q s. ' ' s , ' ' . : ' 1 . 9 0 0 ' 4 44Y44Y....444, .....44.44... 1 . V 4444.., 44444.144.4V...444.,. 111....,. 1 9 36 ' An--UAW Y HY 51 ll - an-Hu-----W bn Y ll ll ' ' -nu --U-nr A i 1 ll 1 nl i H 1 n ' vu ' .44.44 , ..41..t.....1,11.......,.,.... ,..,,...... 7 ' ,........,1,,,.., .....1,,1,,, ,,.,1,.,,,,,l1-,-.- . . , . 7 . . -1 l . "" " EEE 3 vial -50-' ,a '4 NNY, , 104, N X 0 P NX, 04, X T' "L'f' S-ff FIRST ROW jlm Har hhal cr Fu cne Hunt .lon War fer 'Nfana er Ronnn B1rntr 'Nlana cr Dull lwltcr Frmd ner Ttrry HUlllI1llftN C arn K4 o ltr lenrod Helnuclx De ter Rohr rt Straw tr I an Nlxer nn Thmnp cn Nlr Rohr rt Felter Iarrs K 4 le r Nl I ONIJ ROW Don Scharf lam Balhn er C ld wswg The 1966 'Vlllton Unlon golf team showed much lmprowement os er the no season Xlthough thes farled to w1n a match uhlle competlng Nllll the top teams m the Mlann Vallex they were ahle to galn one tle as they spllt wlth West Carrollton 80 Joel Walker was agam the numher one man whlle Stew Mlller moved up to two Daxe Whltman advanced t the thlrd slot and qandy Polmg took mer the number four spot Roundmg out the team were Jerry Mmmch and Bob Wertz, flfth and sxxth men re spectlvely Opponent They Piqua IV Greenulle MV, 0 Sldney 16 61C Greenvllle 12 1 Greem llle 9 3 West Carrollton 8 O Sldney 16 FIRST ROW .loel Walker Daud Whitman bless Xllller qandy Polmg SECOND ROW Bob Wertv, Jerry XTIIIIIICTI 'Nlr John Wllllams. Coach A K lll Ill I- ' . . tl ... - I Tpix., Ht , - -f - , ' 'fi ' - g I Q' ' .1 V 'Q t . .W In - 'I fy., -., H . . . I x E X 1' ,Q I df - ll b -vv v-1 X 'ff' 1 . -1,1 v ,V . , K A - Q' K .X f fl, L A I X I X ff Xhwf . K ff ' X l . T t ,, i ! X, ' N R' '. r 1 '- xxx vf l NIM T j X Q ,, 5 T i ' N 'R p V Q ' Q ' N Rl ' ' V M ' II ' .ll W 'rf' -All-, C J ' L 5? R ' f t V-f q W , ,xi R I 1 V ' l ' , ' K z E! A Q V T , - w . 1 . R if-X E' Y I . 1 -V . . " '-- U 1 .ju , ' ' l T T' il rdgvr' . J l A 'T l T , P 'l .T ' 'r' . T A, 1' ,lll 5 ll, , . ' ' ' - 4' .' H 1:1 '. . 2 I . 5 . -- Will' ' gr- . :l'l'll. o 0 0 I I I 'CL v Q - ' 0 We 0 ' to tte.eee 16 75 .ILNIOR HIC H FOOTB-XLL TEANI FIRST ROW B111 Broun Pat Holdtr Robert Pxle Terry Elllott .leff Ed ward Jllll Oak Teddy Oak Arne Vanderburg Steve Rou h Jun Crawford Gre Stoltz Lynn Fogle Rov Jay Nlana er SECOND ROW Chuck Green ,lerrv Swartz Daud I.1e er Ro er Barnes Dewltt Jay Tom Cm r1ch Nhlw Humphrev Dav1d Kendall Ralph Hlldebrand Tom Shuff Kelth Brown ,Ifff He s Davld Cook THIRD ROW Stanley Wlagel John Hartman Greg Dltmer Tom Gray Sherman Lucou Sammy Kmfe Doug Stemer Glen Ken dall Francls Northrup NI1ke Northrup Stephen 'Nhchael Eonnlre Berner Barry Brown Nlr Wlllldlll BalI1n er oac mm dum fppdzqfoadagg The jumor hlgh football team coached bv lVIr W1Il1am Balllnger f1I114l'1Cd the season WVltl'l a record of one um and four losses. The unsuccess ful underclassmen gam exper1ence and are an t1ClPatlIlg hlgher hopes for followlng years Honorary captams are selected by lVIr Balllnger before each game Lnable to fmrsh the season heciuse of IIIJUFICS are ,llm Dans, recelvlng a broken leg and Cfalg Dltmer an elbow lnjury Lnder the drrectlon of a new coach Mr Her bert Iannone the freshman basketball team, wound up the season mth a four wm SIX loss record The flrst strmg roster IS composed of Allen Netzley Tom Gray Jlm Smlth Karl Wllll3mS, Terry Elllott and Teddy Oaks Allen lNetzley sparked the team, by averaglng fourteen polnts per game Opponent They Tlpp Crty Tlpp Clty Randolph Butler Trotwood I 0 I l , K K . . . . , . S We ' 5 ' 12 ' ' .S,,.,.,,.,,....eee,e,ee,eee.e 1,14 ' I ' ' 1 - ' 13 ' ' ,,,,..t,ee,e,,,.tt,,,,,lte,. 6 - ' 7 ,ee,,eee,, ,.,.,..........ee. 20 - t " - - 0 or ,Ceeeeeee,,,,,,,,,,eeeeeettee ..,...26 6 eee,A, , ,,,,,,,,,,eeee ..... 1 3 N., Xxx., gy ui-of FRESI-IIXIAN BASKETBALL 'I'EA1X17F1RST ROW!! Tom Manager. SECOND ROW: Mr. Herbert Iannone. Coachg Fields 11anaat-rg Ronnif, Beckvrg Scott Jay, Jinl Elliott Karl Williams. Tom Gray. Doug Stoner, Sherman Lucous. i F v ' Y ,lim Smith. All:-n Netzlcy. ,loel Vanderhurg. Okey Bragg, Larry Bohlender. Teddy Oaks, David lNewman, We Opponent They 27 West Carrollton ,,,l .36 23 Tipp City ,,,,,,l,,, U ,, 30 31 Butler ,, ,, ,r,ll,l ,. ,.,,,,,3O 23 Trotwood-Madison .. ,. ,,,lll , .30 28 West Carrollton .,,t,, ,. .29 ?f0M!1ffW JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: Steven Cyrnbala, Robert Pyle, Greg Stoltz, Dave Lieser, Jim Crawford. Larry Becker. SECOND ROW: Ralph Hildebrand. Manager: Terry Elliott. Chuck Green, Ned Mote, Jerry Jones, Allan Dexter, Steve Roush, Pat Holder, Z S We Opponent They 34 Randolph . .,.., 44 36 Tipp City , ....... 21 34 Butler ..,, , ,,,.,. 31 411- 40 Randolph .... .,...., 39 Piqua .. ..., , .,.,7 ,49 caaw,3Za44e4fafz? Jerry Latter. Manager. THIRD ROYV: Mr. William Ballin- ger, Coachg Tom Gingrich. Richard Johnson, Tom Tim- mins. Ronnie Berner. Jim Penny. John Bradshaw, Keith Brown. l...... l .. -- 1""" ' '1' -A. il I II III-.NIaIiXI-.X1Jl.II'Xl'X I I II' 1' INIIIUIIVVII lff. , I ' 'II III1'1vx "1 Y ' I5 Iir'IIlo'I i3 I S I9 5ivIIlr'i IIC I I 'II 'Iiimu Iiily' II 3 X 7-' I I I- Ir' . ,j- ' " I -Iv Iilllil ja, YJ I '- Ls! XX" I I II Nrxslfuu I1 f If IIUII--r lj I ,f Aff fil- I - '- 3 -, vgf , , ,. ,. ' . v -I 1 "1.lG,1Pf-,"' 'li' . , 1 , , XJ .L V " v I, L X C5 III'hIuRX In IS.-XSKI"I'I3XI.I. 1 I I 'X-Q' s ' 1 IL? If ef fJ1I1JOI1i'71l Yfzm' Ili Tipp City IT I9 Tiny .20 III-rIn'I I3 flliarininlpli w- ziiiiutivr ,f Q :::I,I1Illll xt I V Y 5 I 1 - "xl ,. xxhi, ' :i:lQrz'vI1xiII1' I III fi, N - "Nut Playa-II RESERVE B.'XSKE'I'B4XLI.-FIRST ROW: FIILH'-Ili Imimiing-. jumiy Frlyrivr, ll:-1'glI4Iil1v Strun-I-r, Sunny Rae Knife. Juiienv Hunt. joy Iirf-iaif-nIvnvIi. SICCUND ROW: Klum Ilrf-w, Ifuwny Swank, Karon Shank, Carlic Cari-w. Iiarbarn Slgiglvrz IIIIHI3 HOW: Ifnrul I-11IIv. ,lufly III-ml:-rwnri. Sllllfifil Sherman, Virginia .Xntonidn's, Iiarburu Iivnin-tt. ,Indy XMIIII, Mrs. Ne-Iliv Wuynmin-. Cnuvli. RESERVE YOI.I.If'1IlXI.I,'-V-I"II'iS'I' IUJXY: NIIIIIIY Har' .Indy Heindwr'-uri. IiLlI'IbLIl'L1 II:-nn:-tl. Uwe-fly Fmt:-r. .Indy Knifv, xIZ1I1iigl1'I'I XIQITY I.rvw. Xiu YI-1' NIisI1Iv-13 ,luilvnv IIIIIIIIIIHIIII, Ifnrui I"11IIm. Kam-n 5I1unk.,IurIy Wr'IrIv. Ifawny Hunt. Judy Stun:-r. Ninn-y Yurwl. ,Indy Snylif-r. SIIZITUII SWJIIIC,DOI'INIi2.II'Ill'r,KIIIIII.LlI1KiI:. Irlrlingi. SECOND HOW: Virginia .XnIu11ifIr-x. Ninrigxgvrg --'f-1- Q XXHNITN X'1Il.l,liNlSXI.l. Uwe' flffflflllfllf Yifiwi Ifi 'limi fifi .30 llvllle-l lil fl- Nirliivy flfl Z1 'law rin, 2:4 ' M1 23 l'imlu1i 21, ' ' , , 1- " 7 ,N lll Xvhlilll A 4 C7 ' 18 llullv-r li' , I , . , Y.Xli5l'l'Y l5yXSKlf'l'll.'Xl.l, W0 Uppurirfnl Tflcfy 23 Tipp Lily 39 16 Trrfy ISU 23 llvlllvl 23 illlumlf-lpli iflliitle-r 5'1l'iquu !:liI'r'e'IlNllle' :::Nlll l'luyf'1l VARSITY BASKETBALL-FIRST ROW: Joyce- Spitlvr. SI-ICONIJ RUW: Mary Ann Yuunt. llarlmara Stag:-r, Conniv- Wirrig. Tuni Snydr-r. flnnnif- Olmrii. Tllllilb ROW: Pe-Q Green. Gerry Randall, Sue Gibbs. Virginia Farrviikopf. Nlrf. Ne-Iliv Wuyiiiir--. Cwavli. NOT PICTLTRED: Janet Minnich. Alive- Pe-nny. Q 5 o o 0 n l VARSITY VOLLEYBALL-FIRST ROW: Cris Minknfr, Virginia Farre-nkupf. Suv Gilmlmf, Linrla Yun-. ll:-rxy Ran- Conniz- Wirrig, Judy Pfrfifff-r, Tuni Siiymle-r, Janet Minnich, dall. Mrs. Ne-lliv Wayniirv. llnai-li: V+-rmla liurm-Q. Xlary Joyce Spitlvr, Alice' Penny, Lila Wuriivr. SECOND HOTT: Ann Ynimt. Pr-g llrr-vii. 11+-miiv Oliurn. . - Fx C-' 4 -87 ., '11 'rf 1 ' T , ,I 1. , ,hx .- F- -l , 3 1. 'f is V ' -'-.J rf'7'Lf5ZE '3. '- EY44 ' . qi ' A 1 VA. in-.. fx" ui: R - yy. IAUXVCYHCQ -A 1 y -N 1-'x -.J V ...IH ---1 ooo There is so much good in the zrorst of us. And so much 11011 in the best of us, That it ill belzoores any of us To find fault with the rest of us. A spirit of mutual concern and good will among all makes Milton-Lvnion "a happy homef' Every person- teacher, administrator. student-Mhelongsi' in the family circle. Each person is accepted by his fellows as an individual with worth who has a valualmle contriliution to make to high-school life. 'fl' Il 'o .nl FIRST ROW: Eleanor Albert. Larry Becker, Vice President. SECOND ROW: Sandra Bent, Terry Beetley, Kenny Baker, Jerry Belcher, Dennis Bright, Jimmy Boyer. THIRD ROW! Barbara Battson, Jesse Banks, Kay Blackmore, Larry Beetley, Roger Barnes, Millie Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Jody Brad- shaw, Carol Blanton, Cheryl Beeman, Ronnie Belcher, Jane Blackmore, Sharon Bohse. 6 FIRST ROW: Pat Holder, President, Shannon Harshbar- ger, Eugene Hildebrand, Julia Hall, Joyce Hoover, Mark Hershberger, Patty Green. SEC- OND ROW: Marilyn Harry, Carolyn Harry, Samuel Howell, Kay Hunt, Sue Hemmerick. THIRD ROW: Karen Iddings, Reporter, Tom Gingrich, Sec- retaryg Jeffery Hess, John Hart- man, Dianne Howard. NOT PICTURED: David Bogan, Wil- lard Heisey, Dale Hughes, James Oaks, Philip Roberts. FIRST ROW: Dickie Dearth, Byron Donohoo, Buddy Dennis, Robert Bischer, Steve Cymbala, Billy Brown. SECOND ROW: Jim Crawford, Lilliemae Bum- side, Karen Dyke, Franklin Ful- ton, Ann Corrello, Carolyn Deubner, Jim Diley. THIRD ROW: Donna Daniels, Becky Dearth, Rodney Fields, Roy Van Dyke, Judy Ditmer, Paige Dit- mer. FOURTH ROW: Patsy Cummins, Phyllis Collins, Judy Buehler, Darlene Ford, Stanley Davis, Larry Furlong, Diana Cool. FIRST ROW: Sally Jay, Ted Krug, David Lieser, Richard Manson, Stanley Jones, Gayle Lavey. SECOND ROW: Doris Johnson, Linda Lehman, Mary Lou Lambert, Charlene McNair. Mary Lou Miller. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Null, Judith 1Orr, Rich- ard Jackson, J. D. Kelly, Diana Lybarger. FOURTH ROW: Otis Meade, Mary Kessler, John Laughman, Mark Lutz, Janice Lowry. FIRST ROW: Kenny Spitler, Robert Pyle, Treasurer: Bonnie Jo Shaurer, Gay Simmons, Dar- rel Phipps. SECOND ROW: Beverly Sexauer, Carolyn Sowry, Glenna Rumble, Linda Pfeiffer, Steve Roush, Betty Lou Sowry. THIRD ROW: Connie Ronicker, Louise Spitler, Bobby Sue Rog- ers, Jim Oaks, Sam Wyrick. FOURTH ROW: Linda Rentz, Walter Rentz, Jim Penny, Owen Rose, Robert Patterson. FIRST ROW: Betty Lou Zellers, Karen Spears, Mike Woodward, David Williams, Pamela Varvel. SECOND ROW: Greg Stoltz, Marvin Wamer, Jimmy Tit- combe, Sue Stepp, John String- er. THIRD ROW: David Watson, Linda Strawser, Jerry Webb, Arne Vanderburg, Barbara Wag- ner. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Warner, Roy Steele, David Truitt, Virginia Weaver, Mar- tha Spitler. IU y 5: FIRST ROW: Lynn Fogle, The- resa Newman, Sandra Long, Billy Anderson, Ned Mote, Patty McBride. SECOND ROW: The- resa Abshire, Jerry Jones, Susan Jones, Treasurer: Wayne Brooke, Sharon Kauffman. THIRD ROW: Allen Albaugh, David Kendall, Sammy Knife, ,lerry Latter, Carol Laycock. wp' FIRST ROW: Valaria Harsh- barger, Pam Hood, Sherry Gris- sum, Vice President, Chuck Green, Roy Jay. SECOND ROW: Gary Goffinet, Isabell Jones, Niles Jay, Marilyn Hoover, Steven Jones. THIRD ROW: Malt Ingram, Gene Heisey, Paul Hines, Ralph Hil- debrand, Richard Johnson. FIRST ROW' Brenda Whittin . g- ton, Nancy Kerr, Gloria Werts, Beverly Thornburg, Paul John- son, Nick Mote, Judy Lucous. SECOND ROW: Rodney Mc- Dowell, Roger Whitacre, Wilma Neff, Nellie Trader, Joy Thomp- son, Linda Wilt, Martin Trent. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Wright. Carolyn Weikert, Sandra Mar- cum, Shirley Wagner, Ronnie Mikel, Donald Overholser, Brenda Van Kirk. FOURTH ROW: Lynn Hirsch, Dennis Stauffer, Robert Widener, Tom Timmins. Kent Urmey. Geral- dine Valieu. Fl' 5 Q 1. V individual picture- having arrived. freshman girls make sure- they rcccivc friends' photos. The freshmen. in their first year of high school, acquire many new privileges never before ex- perienced in their school days. For the first time they :nuke out their own schedules. selecting the subjects in which they are most interested. Join- ing clulws is a new thrill which enalules them to make ncw fricnds and gain new interests. Being ahle to participate in high school sports and actiyitics increases their social life. Nl' ix The frcshintin class officcrs and adxisors arc. FIKS ROR: Mrs. Nlildrctl Warner, .Nssisturit .-Xdyisorg .It-ssf Haines. Yicc l'r+-sidt-nt: Susan Nlillcr. l'rcsitlt'ntg ,Ioycf Long. St-cr:-tary: Hr, llult' tfnnnnins. -Xrlxi-or. SI-XIONIJ ROW: Sheryl! Hart. Reporter: Allen Ne-tnlvy. vllI't'LlnllI'4't' NOT l'llITl'RlflJ: ,lim Davis. Ft-rggcarit-at-.Kiln-. 210094 The outstanding freshmen excelling in athletics are Allen Netzley and Karl Williams. members of the varsity football teamg and jesse Haines, the only freshman on the reserve haskethall team. As the year grows closer to the end. the fresh- men leave their new activities behind, and look forward to a prosperous sophomore year. James Baker Bonnie Becker Larry Bohlender Okey Bragg Pat Brandenburg 1X .W L ' p C' 'i 1 sn, Q., Maile' Q this i gllmllimf 5,5 it Ri Jane Brewer K, John Breidenbach 5- . . 6 Dwaine Bright Sharon Bright 4. lf. Barry Brown Eugene Byrge Shelhy Carnell Nadean Coate Q7 Cynthia Collins fwfwww Cynthia Cress Sally Curtis Fred Custenborcler George Custenborcler Michael Cymbala James Davis Connie Deeter Marvin DelVloss Kay Dennis Gregory Ditmer Kay Ditmer Diana Doles James Donohoo Beverly Eastridge Carol Ehlers Ronnie Elleman James Elliott Joanne Fetters Tom Fields Kenneth Flora Carolyn Furlong Leland Garber Joy Gibboney Jo Ann Gingrich Tom Gray Jesse Haines Sandra Harry Jane Harshharger Sheryll Hart Sharon Hartley Paul Hershherger Willialii Holmes Russell Honeyman A., ' ao- ., C -in Q at '3 - .V Q4 .sl fl' 5, fl W ' 4. ji 5 -fs' J! ix l f f ll l..l X if 1 f , , ff' A K bl Q H 3 7' ,Q 5 te - Q fi MX 'fl ll . Q-1 tr! 7 - .is .. Mp va, ,gt 429 6 W. 'W X tl it J J 5 L tv 43 17" ---s' WTI' 1-7 anew, made Johnny Hoshrook Scott Jay Glen Kendall Susan Kerr Barbara Kester David Kingrey Billy Lea Joyce Long Sherman Lucous Joanne Macy Stanley Hagel Linda Manson Ann Markland Karen McCriff Charles McNair Ronald Mead Stephen Michaels Susan Miller Carolvn Minnich Patrick Mote Preston Mote Allen Netzley David Newman Mary Ann Niswonger Francis Northrup Teddy Oaks Jimmy Oburn Sara Oyer Marceille Pearson Gary Pierce Jerry Pierce Linda Hathfon Cynthia Rike ,emma llrltx Jam R1 rk Co11n1ell1 EI Nsx111Rrl1rf1 l'1e11to11 liunlclf- Juflitli 5llf'Illl'lIl Nlarx Sinimons ,lame qlllllll Janet Qmitli flluilotte Qmitli urlx 5ot7111 K1 1111etl1 Souix lJoug,l'1s Steiner lxatlilene Stine Connie Stock lager Dou las Stoner Nanci Strawser Qandra Qmgart Karen qwsisher Connie Tl1o1nps0n Barbara Tmnerman Billx Titcombe ,luclx Tsson ,loel Vanderburg Tom Voke Low ell Wade Toinins Wagner Bei erlw Walker Ras mond Watson farolWerl1ng Joy Wheelock Karl Williams Carolyn Wright JlINll1y Yates Pat Zellers GY 'T' bv X' In ff-,N fix! X 'K in Q1 'bfi V7 T' C" C tr' 1' e l 1: 'sy sf - 1- 1' , A R i f A-1:3 .x '- e u ni' 1' Pub S :Aa if cw 1, Virginia Xntonirles ' " 5'-'lg' it Nlelofly :Xrnett in Janet linker 'M u lc-rulcl Baker K M.. W A V lloris Barnes M rl ll i. 1 Q 2 .mf I Y-X va, ' Narivy liuttson L 'U ' ff Barlmara Bei-tley , as .W 4 Ronnie Beserlier I ' lticliurcl llooher l WW Hollie Brewer f X ' if X The sophomore year is quite an easy going year. The sophomores experience the thrill of serving at the Junior-Senior Prom. They also sponsor an annual "Sophomore Hop." which is their first money-inaking project. The class of '59 is represented in various or- il ll ll tl ll ganizations Such as clrill team. nizijorettcs. cheer- leaflers, banfl, football and haslcetlmall teams. and in numerous clubs. Since the main money-making projects are left open only to juniors and seniors. the sophomores eagerly await and plan for the coming year. 'W " The executive staff of the foplioniore class is. FIRST HOW I vcd V I glriinxliiiri-euvlelulvlakf-rx..arid' Tlrs. mlfflitli Nol:ls-.1 .-xlxilfr U 0 aolalfcaofzkcmalwo Craig llrown l"risc'illa llruliaker Caroly n Carew llc-an Clinefelter Robert Clunk 'llc-rry Cummins Barliara Curtis Patrieia lleartli Xlellaa lloles Barlxara llonohoo Loraine Earhart Barlmara lflic-ker Linfla lfubank Carol l7all1 Mae Fenton Sue Volker Sue Foreman Nancy Freeman Ernest Ganger S3INlI'3 Garber Helen Cilmlmoney Mike Goldberg Louise Green Robert Hale Ronnie Hale Danny Hancock Ivan Harry Estra Heitzman Judy Henderson Sammy Hissong Larrv Honeyman Raymond Hoover Ceralfl laloslnrook Terry lllllllllllfey Juilene Hunt T" li L ww , i ! AS ll 4? f A as S L t ff Q I .ff N: ft "U M . rf K' Y .2 15" , l V -5 6 L- . af i U 'v. f 4- P i vi is . K-,I vv ' x gg fi'- fg 1- Dk V li iw Q? S . gn ' l 2:25 f 7 Jo' 'v 5 1 Y ruovo nouvmnu QQ l 1 . M X 3 x 1. W, ? qw. Mohd! AVAIAILI Eff D 49 3 1:-' 9, .is- Fw? 1' J: -. 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Q., A f 1 I I C an 'cf' ft A " f L are ef' WN 'ka off it ti 5' , - ,P e ,si 'Jr 1 A - 1 V ' ,ox L llennis Ingram llean Jackson Kenneth Johnson Mary Jones Freclerick Kingrey Sunny Rae Knife Mary Krug Sr-ott Lair Ruth Landis Bill Lukens Doug Lyons Jim Mareum Hans Nlarkland Monte McDowell Doug Micllam Connie Miller Don Miller John Nlishler Myrna Mote Roger Mote Glenn Mumford Jerry Oaks Janet O,Dell Patricia Orr Chester Paulus Teddy Pearson Dickie Pierce Larry Pierce Rex Pierce Paul Riffell Helen Rogers Pat Roniclcer Melanie Roush Darrell Saunders Daymon Saunders Paul Schellhaas David Sc-hul Karen Shank Lowell Shearer Ned Shuttleworth Richard Sibert Billy Smith Judy Snyder Justus Sowry Bruce Spitler Wayne Spitler Judy Stager Paul Stepp Lila Stoffel Nancy Stout Barbara Strawser Geraldine Strawser Gary Studebaker Fawntella Swank Ronald Sweeney Don Thompson Terry Thompson Donna Urmey Judy Van Kirk lack Walther Sam Warner ,lack Waymire Edward Weber J udy Werts Dick Wheelock ,lan Wheelock Jo Widener Mike Wieser Ronnie Wilson Jay Wright ,,. tf t ima, G F' V .ff L , Q ff t Tx .1 it R, 'L L' ,-e 1 L ...Ls 1 Lg- Q -, L , 'I 2 A bi In ',K.Q X . 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I f,"sX.l 'xy X f? x 4 is BASEBALL FIEL 44h-Q1 4 ---1v,..., -3-L Ill ft mfn a o xn tam clurm football game 1 one of tht prlmarv monmy makm proyut of tht Jumor ala The Jl1IllOI'S begm thexr lug year III a Wlllflwllld of excltement In order to make money they ell Loneessmns at football and basketball games and open tht candy booth at noon fo Cllgllllglllgll the Jl1Ill0I'Q from underclassmen they select flass rlngs IH September and on arr1yal yyeir them proudly To help JUIIIOYQ choose thelr yoca UOIIQ 19 the purpose of Career Day yshxch IS hc ld at the Y 'Xl C X Slnclalr College 'md other surroundmg bulld lngs lll Dayton Many fmd tlns a great help lll plannmg tbexr futures Other hnghllghts lnclude the presen tatlon of tht class play and the spon Qllflllg of the Junlor Senlor Prom As the rurtam sloyyly begins to Close on the grand fmale of another year, the Jumors look forward to the day when thu yull make the last step 1n llfll' ln 181110 mrurs 'mr at ast, be-form nnghty semors DS, -N , f 4 Leadmb the Jumor cla m gl prosperous year ar FIRST ROW Sam Helmxck Strgeant at Xrm Tom Snyder Trrg urfr ypmon Smedley Prnsldent bary Naul Y me I re xde nt 9Ff OND HOW and 'Ur Rolxrt Kremer Mlm lr 'NOT PIC fl RHI Barbara Bennett v , , N 4 , Sf-ll' fl ref 'sh ' ts 'l tlu' L' m'r'ss'o s l ' g 1 -5 's - ' 1 ' 'l Q I" S ' l ' ' 'rm I , C I U 1 , 1 . , , " rr . .y 55 ' . , l Q I . 1 . . , , H -. 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Miller Robert Miller Stewart Miller Jerry Nlinnich Mo Vee Mishler Diana Nlurphy Yola Von Netzley Dianne New Ruth Null Connie Uhurn Barbara Ocla Sylvia Overholser X7 ,T ' if X . pfzomdad' Jill Ganger Bill Coffinet larry Cr:-en Nlark Hainline Carolyn llall Ken HilI'Slll78l'Q6F Charlene Heisex' Sa1nHel1nir'k Y Boll Herz ,lufly Hilmlelmrancl lflwoocl l'lUllt'yl11HIl Jerry l'll1f1ll6S Sharon lclclingzs va 6 0 9 Neva Jean llissong dau WW Paul Paltz-i'so1i lun l'emlmf-rton lhiyiml llhipps Nlarciu Pinkerton Sue ljoovk Connie Hose Cary Roush Deivitt Sanfliler Cary haul Dorothy Seabrook Sondra Sesslur Sandra Sherman Vernon Smeflley Buclcly Smith Tom Smith x 5 f 4 4 394+ 'fat 9, my G it y 6 Q Q7 qecvztodode Z7 rip Kyla www! 4-nv' M.. ,gs I ic: , or 1 1 7 Toni Snyder Myron Sowry Janet Spitler Joyce Spitler Catherine Stoffel Darrell Sweeney Allen Swigart Judy Thompson James Van Kirk Nancy Varyel Evelyn Warner Neal Weaver Judy WelJl.s Shirley Vllestfall Steve Wheelock Ronnie Whitacre Keith Williams Marie Vllyriek Lynn Yount Y' 4 I 97 .- Q W Si The "top firms" of the sm-ninr vluw is: Judy Stvpp, 5:-cn-tary: Clary Nlinnivli, Yin- Presi- clentg Scott Williams, l'rm'fiil:-ntg Nlifx I,.uc'ill4- llunn anal Nlr. 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RICHARD FELTER Class Play 3, 4, Class President 35 Hi-Y 3, 4g Industrial Arts 2g Interscholastic Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Cross Country 2, Football 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team, Student Council 2, Var- sity "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. ELLEN WRIGHT Chorus 2, 3, Class Play 43 Class Secretary 1, Vice President 25 FFA Attendant l, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative I. 2, 3, Homecoming Attendant 3, 4, Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2. 3, Student Council 2. 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. J.-, f' ' V' t -ft: VERIJA BARNES 6 c.11t.m, 2. 31 FISIA 2, rs, GAA 1, 2. :s.'4, Inter- stliolastim' Basketball l. 2. 3, Volleyball l. 2, 3, 4, Lilirary Staff 1, 2. offi.-.- Work 1. 2: 3, 4. NIAlilI.YN BRIGHT ansfcrred from Y:-rona 21 Chorus 2, 3, FBLA 4. JERRY BROWN I-'FA l. 2. 3. 4, Sentinel 41 Iiite-rsrliolustic' Track ul. JINI CREW Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Honor Society 2. 3, 43 liitersuliolastic otlxall 2, 3. 4: Senior Scholarship Tm-am. ' chu l JACKIE llL'lillLER CAN 1. 2. Il: library Stuff 2. el: U'lfiCe- Work 3, 4 Ill ANNE ELICKICR lrain-ta-rrt-tl from lipp City 2, Chorus 2. 3, Class Play I Stull scliolaslim' Volleyball 23 Offiw- Work 4, Tri-Hi-Y I. f vlll Director, IZA,-X 2. 3, 4, lnter- 2. 3. -1. Clliljbliilll 4: Varsity f.ll4't'Vlf'3Ilf'I' 3, 4. VIRGINIA FARRENKOPF Chorus l. 2. .ig FRIA 2. 3. 4: PHA 1, 23 GAA 1. 2, 3. 4: liitvrscliolastic llasketball 1. 2, 3, 4 Volleyball l. 2. 3. 4: Office Work 1, 2, 3, 4, CAROLYN FIEIJLER Band I1 Chorus 1, 2. 3. 41 Class Play 4, Student Director. UAA 1. 2. 3, 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 4 TIlIt'I'rt'lllPlLlSIll' llasketball 1. 2. Volleyball 1. 2 ,ICWA 2. JS. rl. S+-cr:-tary -1: Nliami Scholarship Team 2: S:-nior Scholarship Tc-am. fzedamal 0 1 I I 1 JERRY FOSTER Basketball Manager 4: Class Play 3, Hi-Y 3, 4g Interscholastic Baseball 2: Miami Scholarship Team 3, Science Club 1. 2. 3, Senior Scholarship Team. PEGGE GREEN Chorus 1, 2. 3: Class Play 3. 4: Dramatic Club 2, 4, Secretary 4, FTA 1. 2. 3. 4, Vice President 45 GAA 1. 2, 3, 4: lnterscbolastic Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4, Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4: .Iunior High Cheerleader 1, Publication Staffs 4: Senior Scholarship Team, Varsity Chevrleader 2. 3. 4. JOE HAINES Band 13 Chorus 35 Class Play 3, Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Interscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 39 Senior Scholarship Team. NEVIN HESS Band 1, 2, FFA 1. 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4. rf JIM HAHSHBARGER Band l. 2: Class Treasurer 4: lnterscholastic Base- ball 2. 3: Miami Scholarship Team 2: Reporters' Club 2: Student Council 1. 2. Reporter 2: Senior Scholarship Team. DELPHINE HUBER FHA 1. 2. 3. 4. Vive President 3. President 4: Library Staff l. 2: Office Work 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3. JANET JACOBSON Transferred from Houston 3: Band 3: Chorus 3: Class Play 3: Office Work 4: Senior Scholarship Team. LARRY KOOGLEH Hi-Y 3. 4: Industrial Arts l. 2. 3: lnterseholastir' Baseball l. 2. 3. 4. llasketball l. 2. 3. 4. Cross Country 2. Track 4: Varsity "ll" Club 2. 3. 4. KENT FLRLONG FFA 1. 2. 3. 4. SLIC GIHBS Dramaties Club 2. 4, President 4: CAA 1. 2. 3, 4. Rt-prvseritative 4: Honor Soi-is-ty 2. 3. 4: lnter- M'llUl2.lSlli' llusketlmull l. 2. 3. 1. Volleyball l. 2. 3. 4: JLIW.-X 2. 3. 45 Junior High Clieerleader l: Publi- eation Staffs 3. 4: Rllylllllllltdlvi 2: Seholarship I Teams l. 3. 4: Varsity flllt't'I'lt'i11lf'I' 3. 4. LLOYD COPDY Bleacher Crew 3. 4: Chorus lg Hi-Y 3, 4: ln- dustrial Arts l. 2. 3. 4: lnterseholastic Football 1. 2. 3: Varsity "KI" Club 4. CARLENE GRISSLM Chorus l. 2: GAA 2, 3. 4: lnterscholastic Volleyball 3: Office Work 2, 4. f I K ICNNICTII HI NICS Churus I: IXIIBIIII Stlinlarsliip 'I'1-am 3: Senior Schul- arship I-IIt'Illll. LORIQI'frIiA IILCIIIQS Ilancl l. 2: FIIA I. 2g Library Staff I. BILL JOHNSTON Chorus I. 2, 33 Class Plays 3. 41 Class Ijrvsirlr-nl 23 Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. Tr:-asure-r 43 Inmlustrial Arts 33 Inter- schulastic Bascbahll 2. 4. Basketball I. 2, 3. 4, Font- hall 2. Track 2. 33 Varsity "KI" Club 2. 3, 4. CARRY KOOGLER Hi-Y 3, 4-3 Industrial Arts I, 2. 3g Interscholastic Base-ball I. 2. 3. 4. Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, Track 43 Varsity "NI" Club 2, 3. 4. R f , 0 0 0 1 f 1 U3 BOB LEES Chorus I, 2. 33 Industrial Arts 1. 2, 3, 4-3 Science Club I, 2. 3. 4, President 2. 3. NED LOOKER Transferred from Fairview 33 Class Play 43 Library Staff 4. DALE MICHAELS Industrial Arts 1. 2. 3. 43 Intersclmlastic Baseball 4. CRIS MINKNER Bulldog Bark Staff 43 Echo Staff 43 FBLA 2, 3. 43 SQ-nior Rm-prvscntativf' 43 CAA 1. 2. 3, 4: Inter- scholastic Basketball I. 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 43 Office Work 2. 3. 43 Rhythmncttes 2, 3, 4, C0- Captairt 3, Captain 43"I'ri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3 7Zeca TERRY PEELE Hi-Y 45 Industrial Arts 1. 2. 3. 4: lnterscholastic Basketball 1. Football 2. 3. 4. Track 2, 3. 4g Library Staff 2. ALICE PENNY Chorus 2. 3g FHA 3, 4. Secretary 4g GAA 1, 2. 3. 44 Intcrscholastic Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Volleyball 1. 2, 3. 43 Library Staff 4. TOM PENNY Band 1: Class Play 3. 4: Class Tre-asurer 1. Rf-- porter 2. 35 Chorus l. 2: lntcrscholastic Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4. Cross Country 2. Football 1. 2. 3, 4. Co- Captain 4. Track 11 Rvpnrte-rs' Club 2. 33 FQ-niur Scholarship T1-am: Varsity "Nl" Club 2. 3. 4. President 4. BOB WH EELOCK Chorus 1. 2. 3: lnclustrial Arts l. 2: lntcrscholastir' Baseball 3. Football 4. Track 1. 2. 43 Miami Schol- arship Tcam 1. 2. 3. 43 Science- Club 1. 2. 3. F1-nior Scholarship Team. Il.-Xlill-Xli.-X NIIKEL l.lIul'l1s.l1 l'lll,qX -1: l'll.K 2. ROSA LIE MUTE llannl l. 2. 3. 41 If'l'.-X 41 JCWA 3. -lg Library 5taff 7 1' l'm-p llamll 2 3 4 BETH UCAN Chorus 2, 3. 'lg CAA 1. 2, 3. 45 lntcrscliulastic llaskctball 1. 2. 3. Vollcyball 1. 2. 33 ,ICNVA -lg Off im- Work 41 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. -1. LOUISE PALLUS Hand l. 2. 3. 43 Chorus 31 FTA 43 Class Plav, nl:-nt Dircctur 41 Library Staff 2: Pc-p Band 1, 2. 3. 4. , , ada Gftli Y NIINNICH Chorua 1. 2, 31 Cla-N Play 3. -lg Claff Re-porter 1. '11I't'L1ellI'l'I' 2. Vice- l,l't'Nltll'I1l -11 Hi-Y 2, 3, -1. Vice l'rt--iclcnt 3. l'rcNitle-ut -1: lutcrscholuftic llaxkctball 2. 3. -1. Cross Country 3. lfootball 3. 4, Track 3, 4, Sturlcnt Council -1. '11l'4'i1h1lI't1I' -1: Varsity "XI" Club 2 3 1 ,-.'. JANET Nllxxlflll Choruf 2. 3, Cllas- Play 3, IVHA 3. -1. Treafurf-r 41 CAA 1, 2, 3, -1: lute-rxcliolaftic Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Yolle-yltall 1. 2. 41. ALLEN OGAN Bulldog Bark Staff 2. 3: Chorus 31 FIBLA 2. 3, lntlustrial Art, 1, lntcrscholaslic Track 1: Re- portcra' Club 2. 3. SANDY POLING Chorus 1. 2. 3g Hi-Y 2. 3. 41 Intcrscholastic Bas- ketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Football 1. 2. 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. Golf 2. 3, -1, Track 1, Miami Scholarship Team 2, Senior Scholarfhip Team, Student Council 3g Var- sity "Bl" Club 3, 4, 0. .y . . adam pun: GEORGIANA PRICE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2. 3: Class Secretary 2: FFA Court 2. Queen 33 GAA 1, 2. 3. 4. Representa- tive 1, 23 Interscholastic Basketball 1. 2. Volleyball 1, 25 Office Work 3, Student Council 3: Sweet- heart Hop Court 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. JOY PUTERBAUGH Band lg FBLA 3, Office Xvork 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3. GERRY RANDALL Chorus 1, 2, 33 Class Play 3. 43 Dramatics Club 4-Q Echo Staff 3g CAA 1. 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 3. Vice President 4g lntcrscholastic llaskctlmall 1. 2. 3, -1, Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4-1 JCWA 4: Office Work 2, 33 Science Club lg Tri-Hi-Y -1. TED RICHARDSON FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. 0 g 1 MARILYN SHELLHANIMER Bulldog Bark Staff 3: FBLA 3. 4. Reporter 4: CAA 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Seniur Svhularship Team. SCOTT WILLIAMS Transfvrrvrl frum Tipp City 3: Chorus 3: Class Plays 3. 4: Class President ,4: Hi-Y 3. 4. Secretary 4: lntersclinlastim' Football 3. 4. Track 3. 4: Miami Srhrularsliip Tvam 3: Sz-ninr Scholarship Team: Varsity "NI" Clulm 3. 4. MARVIN WEIKERT Chorus I. 2. 3: Industrial Arts I. 2. 3. 4. .ILDY YOLNT Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Chorus 2: Class Plays 4: CAA 1. 2. 3. 4: lnte-rscliulaslir' Iluske-tball 1. 2. Vnllvy- ball 1. 2. 3: Uffivf- Work 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Vice- Prf-simlc-nt 3. Prv-iflvnt 4. .I .-X YICT PIICIICIC llulhlwg llurk Stull fl: 4lIlUI'llN fl: l"ll'X l. 2. fi I . . I I . . , - . ITINIIITILIII 2. llmfpurtwr .i. Xiu- lI't'Nlllt'Ill 4: I.lllIIH Stuff l. TICIIIIY l'lllf5Slfl,. f lile-an-li:-r lfrf-w -lg Cliurus l. 2. Il: Hi-Y 4: ln ' - - 1 - tlll-llldl .Xrts f.llllP l. 2. .l. 4: lllutngrupliy f.llllD S1-if-iirv fllulr 2. Il. IJWAINII HULSII 6 Bulldog Bark Staff 2: Chorus 1. 2: Efllll Staff 'I Hi-Y 4: lrlta-rscliolastic' Fmmtlnall Il. -I: Travk 3. 1 Xliami SC'lIUlEIFrllIIJ Te-am 1. :XI..If'l'HA SENSE Chorus 1. 2: Officr- Wurk 2. 4. I FR ED SANDERS Calf-tvria Work l. 2. 3. 4: lflaw l'lay 4: lli-1 3, 4: Inclustrial .Xrtx 1. 2. 3. 1: liiti-isvliolu-tit' Ifooiliall A, I 2. 3. 4. Xaixity Nl l.lulr ll, DA V li S H I-QLLH A A5 uw l'lay 3: liitt-i'-wliolzi-tin' liiixi-lnill 2. 3. l. Daf- lutlaall 1. 2. 3. 4. Tram-k 2. 3. l: Nlianii Fvliolarxliip -ani 1. 2: Svriior Svliolar-liip 'll-ani: Stuilm-nt C until 5 1 H11 rti 1 X ii iix Nl llulm Z 5 1 I ' 'ro'1" 1114- "f BfXlil5AlifX S'l'MLlQll flioruQ 1. 2. 3: lJr'aniatir'4 lllulm 4: l"l51..-X 2. 3. 4 Nt'i'gi'uiit-at-.-Xrinx 3. Pairliaini-iiturian -l. Rf-pri-wiita' tiw 4: GAA 1. 2. 3. 4: lritwfvliolziftie' liaskvtlrall 1 2. 4. Yolle-yliall 1. 2. 3: Dffiw- Work 41 Ryllllll- ni-ttvf 2.3.41 lri-lli-1 Z. 3. JL' DY STICPP llwiiiffe-i'r1'tl from Nortliritlge- 3: liiivkvyr' Cirlw' Statv 3: liulltlog Bark Staff 3: Claw Sf-wc-tai'y 4 FBLA 3. 4. Sl'l'llI1ll Vim' l'r1'ritle'nI 42 .lcv-A 4 Offict- Work 4: Si-nior Ft-liolui'-liip '11-ani. fr-C" i DAVE STINE Class Play 4: Hi-Y 3. 4. Chaplain 4: lnt:-rscholaitir Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Track 2. 3. 4: Stud:-nt Council 4: Varsity "XI" Club 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4. TOM TODD Bleacher Crew 1. 2. 3. 4: Industrial Arts Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Presiclvnt 3. LINDA VORE Chorus 1. 3: Echo Staff 3. 4. Editor 3. 4: CAA 1. 2. 3. 4: Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Intorscholastic' 'Volleyball 2. 3. 4: JCWA 2. 3. 4. Vice Prvside-nt 3: Miami Scholarship Team 1. 2. 3: Rhythninettes 4: Fcivncx- Cluh 1: Senior Scholarship Tvam. .1 ON YVARNER FFA 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4: lntvrscholastic Base'- ball 3. 4. DUN SPITLER Band I. 2. 3. -I: l"l"gX l. 2. 3. -1. St-ntini-l, 'l'rz-asurvr 4 WAYX E ST.-XLLNIA N Chorus .i:,II1-X 3. -1: Industrial Arts .lg lntvr scliulastit' Football 2, -iz Senior Scholarship Te-am MARLENE TURNER Evlio Staff 3: Chorus l. 2. 3: FRIA 2, 3. 4, Repre- sentative- 2. 3. lfirst Vim- President 4: ll.-'IA l, 2, 3: Holm-Corning Atta-iidant Ig Interscholastic llaskctball I. 2. Volleyball I. 2. 3: ,lunior High fllll'l'I'll'Z1lll'I' I: Rhytlunnf-tt:-s 2. 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Non- graduate. KAY KRBIEY Chorus I. 3. 4: l"H.'X l. 2. 3. 4. Parliamcntarian 3: Library Staff 4: Tri-Ili-Y 2. 3. Q5 an DENNIS VARVEL Chorus I. 2: Industrial Arts I. 2. 3. 4: Inter- scholastic Baseball 1. 4. JOEL WALKER Chorus 1. 2. 3: Class Plays 4: Class President 1, Reporter 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: lnterscholastic Baseball 2. 4. Basketball I. 2, 3. Football I. 2, 3, 4, Golf 2. 3. 4: ,ICWA 3. 4: Library Staff 4: Publication Staffs 3. 4: Student Council 3: Varsity "NI" Club 2. 3. 4. LILA WARNER Class Play. Student Director 4: Class Treasurer 3: Dramatics Club 4. Treasurer 4: CAA I. 2. 3. 4: Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Int:-rscholastic Basketball 1, 2. Volle-yball I. 2. 3. 4: ,ICWA 3. 4, Reporter 4: Publication Staffs 4: Rhythmnc-'ttes 2, 3, 4: Scholar- ship Teams 2. 4. MAX WARNER FFA I. 2. 3. 4. Reporter 3. President 4. - I . 1 465.43517 -1 0 0 a 9 1 , 4 fl tllnld 111 rev 41 L F all 4 f t I C AROL QPITLER Senior Scholar hip Team BOB WERTZ Ba ltethall 'Nlana er 4 Honor Nocietw 3 4 Reporter 3 Inter cliola txt lolf S 4 Track 1 JCW 4 2 3 4 President 3 Treaurtr 1. Miami Stholarelup Team 2 3' Reporter' Club 3' Senior Scliolarohip Team' Student Council 3. CONNIE WIRRIG Tranaferred from Cree-m'illv 3: llurkeye Girls State 3' Clazg Play 4' Dramatic: Club 4: FBLA Pregident 4' CAA 3. 4' lnter:eliola.,tic Ba-ketball , Ynllvjl' 3. 4' Senior Scholars im Team' Rliytlimnette: 3 4' Tri-Hi-Y 3 4 Secretary 4. MARY KNN YOUNT orug1,2." lv: y . Z . Reporter 2. Secretary 3. Ire-:itlent 4: Homecoming .f entlant 4' nerfcif abit' B we 1allY2. 3 ' Volleyball 1. 4' Junior High Clleerleader 1: qweet- heart Hop Attendant 2. Queen 3: Yar-ity Cheer- leader 2. 3. 4. PHILLIS WYHICK Iianci I. I ICON A S II IiI1,I,IfY I 1111110 .11 JIILIIIIV. LQI111r11x II. -lg Offivv Wurk -1, NIISS LICILLE DUNN ui ar of ulldug Bark. Ifclio. Suniurs uf 195Tg Xl or uf FBI.fXg I11ftr111'tur of Bvginning x III fuifral HIIFIIIVNS. XIII. WILLIAM GIXN S1 or of N 11iur5 of 1957. Varsity "BI" Clubg oach of Ba ki-tball. Trackg Assiuunt Coach of ot 1.1II 1'11c't11r uf Drivm-rs' 'I'rai11ing. claw ado Mary Allll Yuunt and Terry Prcsscl add another dollar to thru cIass treasury by seIIing a brace-Int to Patsy Cummins. Janet Minnich and .Icrry Brown Iook over the variety nf charms pertaining to school life. ' Q 4 . My . Salk' YJ' . Vt 1' S v' ' ' 'D- ii Nall. -A ,115 .1 it Q., N 'WL mf' These cafeteria employees serve approximately 1,200 meals every day to Milton- L'nion students. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Slay Netzley, Mrs. Kathryn Harshbarger, Mrs. Delight Shuff, Mrs. Edna Rose, Mrs. Ermal Flory, Supervisor, Mrs. Georgia Lyons, Mrs. Velma Shearer, Mrs. Treva Ehlers, Mrs. Bessie Fine, Mrs. Laverne Koogler. 1,113 students ride to and from school on busses driven by these men. FIRST ROW: Eugene Kirby, Dale Lewis, Lester Hall, Fred Hall, Curtis Henman, Leonard Fetters. SECOND ROW: Daniel Engle, Otto Elifritz, Everett Null, Harold Nies, Howard Albaugh, Roy Knife, Roscoe Black, Lee Hissong, Bus Foreman. NU'N E Mr. Boyd C. Baker, Supervise of maintenance and custodiz service, keeps the high school i. 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EI Janel' Munnuch Judy Younf and Loreefa Hughes know you can+ s+re'rch a good 'I'hung +oo far when you use daury produc+s from +he WESTER VILLE CREAMERY Accudenis wull happen buf you don 1' have fo worry uf you are unsured by BYRON STONER INSUR ANCE AGENCY The people fhere really freaf you swell' 'ag' Barbara S1'ager Lula Warner and Judy Pfeuffer gel' fheur heads fogeiher over u'l'ems al' FULLER HARDWARE 81 PAINT diiiii Qil , A i . ' ' ,H 1 T A 'ff 'F l , A . n 1 - I . ' ' ' ' ' vu ' u ' - nu I I l 3. sg l C 5' lu I ' - . ' - . 1 : ' , . - I ll " , 7 A ' 1 X . y N Jl fum? ,Q '-u ' Il I I Q U . 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I MILLER BROTHERS CONTRACTORS Wesi' Milfon, PHONE WEST MILTON 330 Ohio Dave Shellhaas and Lmda Vore gazung Info a crys fal ball wonf solve your problems of fhe fufure buf by deposlfmg your savings weekly af FARM ERS STATE BANK youll be Insured of an Income for fufure use Sfarf 'Today' FARMERS STATE BANK 3 Nahonal Road ENGLEWOOD Tom Penny knows your baslxefs will be many and your fumbles few when you buy from BROOKS CHAPPELL SPORTING BROOKS CHAPPELL SPORTING Money doesn 'I' grow on frees buf Sue Gibbs and Lmda Vore luve as If I+ does because fhey had 'lhelr house bullf by BISER BROTHERS INC You foo can have such luxury af a low low prlce If you deal wlfh Blsers BISER BROTHERS INC Nahonal Road ENGLEWOOD Tbx The mosf wonderful way 'ro walce up IS In a bed from MARKLEY FURNITURE STORE The sleeping beaufy IS Barb Sfager MARKLEY Furnlfure Sfore 42 Norfh Jefferson Sfreef WEST MILTQN DAYTON I U I I I ' I I 0 0 I I . . . I I c I I . 'l I I I I I Q l I . I I U . . fx v V1 -xxx XI 4... 1 ' I' ,i"" A ..a.msll3"kl h .1 Q M-Q-fi-To 5 .' - I ?AlmA . . . u II ' v . ll I ' . .- O I+ was a long hard s+ruggIe io ge+ here buf III go 'Io no o+her resfauranf buf BETTY AND BUD S JOYLAND DRIVE IN groans Judy Younf You Iry I+' We may noi know whaf we re dolng say Dele phnne Huber Be+h Ogan and Joy Puferbaugh bu+ NETZLEY 81 URMEY CONTRACTORS know wha? 'Ihey re doIng Even wII'h Iwo heads Larry Koogler does no'I' worry abouf hIs fInancIaI problems He knows If he can+ make ends meef Ihe MILTON FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION wIII Iend a heIpIng hand f No need 'ro worry boys as Iong as you are Insured wI+h NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY whose Iocal represenhahve IS Bud Prlichard See hIm soon' Pegge Green fmds ou+ Ihey re noi maklng 'Phe hIIIs as hIgh 'rhIs year when you re drIvIng a brand new Chevrolei' from MCGRAW CHEVROLET COM PANY ll I II I U ll I I I ' I 0 I I I II ll - I , 1 I u ll I . v Q .- 'V . . I . . . , ' I . ..-, . -I--W Y I - g . L- , K, I ' I I I . ' I I I I I sl? - I ,"': '.-if . - - - .""-1" f ' ""'s' . . I. , . . I I ' u 0 II I ' ' I I . . . . ' 0 MZ! 'B Luke Jerry Brown Grandpa had 'ro gel If 'rhe hard bu'r Jim Harshbarger gels In 'Ihe easy wa W6 by clependmg on Granvnlle Mlnnuch for home delivery for dellclous producfs from H MIAMI COUNTY DAIRY COMPANY OOO 090 1-J Ii- Dale Mlchaels and Allen Ogan know fhal' you can never Io e I you do business wrlh MACYS PLUMBING SHOP Gol' an eye for a buy says Scoff Wllllams and I have Iraced 1+ 'ro HEFELFINGERS GENERAL STORE A vision of heaI+h7 Carolyn Fiedler is no+ worried a brl, 'cause she knows she'II be safe wl+h Dick FeI+er In fhe ambulance 'From ROY H. MILLER FUNERAL HOME Y t 'xl X "'l'P V F? P - , N, ' 5 ' ff. -. .Ju--'ss' A' 1 yi 1 . 3.11 r - ll '- A L pf 1' b - 'I sv I 1 Ml'I's'S" l I I Y . . . Y . . . , A if N ,-ii 4 Ax , I' ' l :9 , I 'il I 'H , AA . I I 1. ' ll In . . ll 1 0 u I ' ' s, I ' ' I I Lula Warner says Wherever you go wha+ever you do you make fronl page news when you drnve a new Chevrolel from Smedley s Cl'1evrole+ Company Reading The newspaper ns Judy Pfenffer SMEDLEY S CHEVROLET Nahonal Road Vanclalla Pegge Green is "in The clouds" over The good food served a+ fhe Englewood Grill. The service is ihe best and +he food +l1e mos+! ENGLEWOOD GRILL 403 NORTH MAIN STREET, ENGLEWOOD ,' y RX xx , T N"' X Q R xv .9 I Q 1 ::L-f..- ' - 1, A - Tl - . I I T I TT - I I 4 ,I 'Q' Zi' 1 r'145oq Nahonwlde Insurance 403 NORTH MAIN STREET ENGLEWOOD A dream come frue' If you're Ioolung for a dream home see Wulbur E Beeiley Confracfor and Builder rughi away WILBUR E BEETLEY CONTRACTOR 81 BUILDER 520 Sou+h Mann Sfreef Wesf MIIIOD '37 5956-llw Q- 17' KO I mia' Locafionz 3 Miles Nor'rI1 of Wes+ MiII'on STEINER'S READY MIXED CONCRETE SAND AND GRAVEL Washed-Crushed-Graded Also Win+erizecI ConcreI'e WEST MILTON, OHIO PHONE II8 fp 4 QI PIp pIp and +aIIy ho' MarIIyn Shellhammer IS ac'r Ing 'Ihe parf of WIIIIam Tell bu+ Bob Werh Isn'I' worrIed because hes Insured wI+h 'Ihe OHIO NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY whose local represenfahve IS Clyde Hlnes ou never be up a IIIK6 poor Jaclue BeuhIer and Kay Urmey If you buy your hunhng equIpmen+ a+ HUSTON HARD WARE I+s more +han Ius+ a hard ware s'I'ore' SI'op In Ioday and see Ihe wonderful Ifems on dIS .L...1s:iAIuuif....""""'5"' Smar+ gIrIs' Come on Iuds' Don+ Ie? I+ ge+ away' Pu? your money In a savIngs accouni a+ +he new CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK The gIrIs wI+h money are LInda Vore CrIs Mmkner and Sue GlbbS Barbara Siager asks Carol SPIIISI' Have ou heard Thai' Ihe Inn s 'Ihe word for The besi In dm ners7 Try corn 'FrIHers a+ WEST MILTON INN 5 A pIc'rure of 'Iwo gIrIs In Iove' Yes Pegge Green and Verda Barnes have 'Ihe same +as+es' They re bofh In love wI+h furnI+ure from ROARK S FURNI TURE STORE ' -4 45. I I ' ' ' . . . . I ' ' I o I e 1 ' ' I I . I - n 5 u ' ' . ' ' ' I - . . 00 S I LI" -, ... I, ' vi . . . . . , . . . . . I I ' . I" ' 9 1 Va "4.,-'fi ji ' - 115755 as , :':'.t f :I I if-'Q ' 'o Q ' A I l . .. I I I I K 3 L p-.M N - K I KAI 0 ll . ' . - Y . , - l ' ' I . ll ' . . . , 0 ' u Judy Sfepp, Dick FeI'rer, Dave SI1eIIIIaas, and Jane? Doles all say H! So iI"s unanimous! COOL'S DRIVE INN is The "cream of 'Ihe crop" for good 'Food and service. Yep. CooI's is your besi' be+! - - s. say en . - Walker. WrigI'I+ and PI1iIIis Wyriclc. Wh I If your I'Iead's in ,,,,..--I II I d everyfhing is p de down, ge+ your pres- cripfions 'FiIIed af KENNY'S DRUGS. i MIAMI SERVICE STATION JIM FLYNN'S. INC. Spor+ing Goods DISTRIBUTORS FOR Rawlings-SpaIding-Wilson-King O'SI1ea Converse-SpoI'biI+-GeneraI-Sou+hern OHIO'S LARGEST SPORTING GOODS STORE "Where Sporfsmen Serve SporI'smen" HEmlock 2884-2885-2886-2887-2888 Corner Firs+ and Jefferson Sfreefs DAYTON, OHIO We Have I+ in Sfock-Why Waif tn- Illil WX. Which iwin is insured wifh BOB KRAUS INSUR- ANCE AGENCY? "Two guesses and nei+her one coun'rs, 'cause no one frowns if +hey do business wi+h Bob Kraus," say Garry and Larry Koogler. 'i' 55,7-ME J" F 5? Tfriw-as-.Il Good luck charm! Janel' Earhar+ doesn'+ need a horseshoe for good luck. She's always pleased wi+h +he fine line of While Villa groceries, selecf meals, and olher producls sold af BROWN'S MARKET. VAN HEUSEN Shirfs nes Palamas STYLEMART CLOTHING JAY MAR SLACKS HAINES UNDERWEAR NAME BRAND SHOES Cris Mnnkn r Sue Gibbs and Pegge Green say Pu'l' your besf fool' forward In shoes from POTASKY 8: YOUNT Fred Sanders +elIs Marilyn Brigh-I' and Alice Penny +o gel' ready and sei so +hey ll go 'I'o THE WEST MILTON RECORD office for 'I'he lafesf in local FIGWS As lmporlanf +o you as your flrsl lass say Bill Johnslon and Mary Ann Younl are flowers 'from PATTERSON S FLOWERS Order some 'loday' n T' I 0 I a ' V I I II l , ll . . . . Il - 'Y - . ,I . l l ll . I l I I I ll . . . Nope we re no+ from Texas parfner' We re lusi' fed nourlsI1mg feed from S J RUDY 8: SONS Mooo' Connie Wnrrlg says Barbara Sfager has Ihe ln slde sfory on fhe bargains you ge+ by shoppung a+ SCRANTON S FOODLINER N-ll ll IVIIIIAIICI QIIKI 'Cl I-In llalllcl :GYI 'Wil Ylllll UCD' move . lump fo SHAW'S INN . for some 'real neaI ea+m'." A sfare as born' Lvnda Vore and Verda Barnes ad mnre Tom Penny because he ge+s has halrcufs a+ ANDERSON S BARBER SHOP Judy YounI' and Duanne Elncker are m Ihe same boa? cause everyone goes for boafs and mofors from D 81 E SALES 81 SERVICE "Oh, happy day," says Judy Sfepp, "go +I1e eIec iric way! See Ihe people a+ Ihe MILTON ELEC TRIC COMPANY +oday." WE I I f ' I r I 3 I I I I f I I A I A h M 4:1 . ...Im - 1 . '- -,' I . ,Auf- . , . . . , , . . - . . , I I 1 I I 'XI f - .V 'WX ' - I ' , seam... 2. ' S ir , 4.5 , L? N. S ' X I 1 Q , 'Q m I 1 AL , "-.'v.Z,l' , x Q 1 1 1' li ' ' ' ' - . , . . I I I ll HF' Tom Penny knows 'rhaf fraveling wifh fhe help of MIAMI COUNTY AUTO CLUB brings "down der" way up close! Don Spifler is fhe helpful "hill- billy." -1" in Qi? "Fafher knows bes+" how daughfers, Gerry Ran- dall and Connie Wirrig, feel abouf fhe beaufiful wafches af MONT6OMERY'S WATCH SERVICE. Gary Minnich poses as fhe poor worried fafher. Janef Earharf knows nfs wlse fo puf your besf foof forward when you gave your plcfure You do lusf fhaf when you re phofographed by Mr Eugene Coy af H A POWELL STUDIOS un Dayfon Tole do or Defrouf Burned under? No need fo be uzzled poor P ry Brown Lef WEST MILTON LUMBER COM PANY supply your needs The ECHO Sfaff of Mulfon Unuon wnshes fo express nfs apprecuafuon fo all fhe fme people who have helped fo make fhns book posslble We exfend our fhanks fo Mr Osborne Mr Wllllarns fhe school board feachers and sfudenfs who have co operafed wlfh us fo fhe fullesf exfenf To H A Powell Sfudlos we are lndebfed fo you for your phofographlc servlce and for your phofographer Mr Bud Jeffery who speclal grafufrcafuon us due +o fhe adverhsers who have made fhus book possuble fmancually wnfh 'Ihelr fanfhful pafronage Lasf buf by no means Ieasf we acknowledge our advusor Muss Dunn who has guven us so much of her hme and devohon To everyone who reads and us connecfed wlfh fhe ECHO we hope you enloy and fake greaf prrde un fhvs book because you have helped make If Lmda Vore Edlfor I27 y A , l fog I I f 5 has helped capfure fhe school life af Milfon-Unidn. 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