Milton Union High School - Echo Yearbook (West Milton, OH)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1958 volume:
To you, The sTuclenT body of MilTon-Union
High School, we presenT The i958 ECHO.
IT was creaTed wiTh The hope ThaT you mighT
noT TorgeT The Happy Hours you spenT aT
Remember your classmaTes . . .class parTies
. . . picnics . . . your TirsT school dance . . ,
The new formal and high heels . . . The
seniors and Their sense of superioriTy . . .
bells ringing in The halls Telling you To hurry
To your nexT class . . .
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Mr. Long, Mr. Cummins, and Mr.
Osborne certainly did prepare for
the West Milton Sesquicentennial.
Jim Marcum, a Hi-Y member,
reads some announcements over
the PA. system.
"Up and over" goes a pole
vaulter as he practices for a track
Fawntella Swank demonstrates
the latest cheer to Susie Miller.
Sue Poock, Sandra Sherman, and
Barbara Bennett take their tirst
look at the new annuals.
Judy Snyder positively remem-
bers cleaning that locker yester-
. . . remember The fooTball games and bas-
keTball games we won in The lasT few sec-
onds . . . your special friends waiTing for
you afTer each class.
We have Tried To make This year's annual
differenT from any oTher. IT is your per-
sonal scrapbook. As you grow older, may
you search iTs pages for remembrances of
your happy high school days and friends.
We, The l958 ECHO STaff, hope all of you
will Treasure your book and The memories
we have sTored in if for you.
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Athletic Hours us
Our Own Hours u
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Evervone is kept laoghing as
Scott Williams and Gary Minnich
pantontinte a record tor senior
Gosh, .what torrnl Kef'h Williams
certainly has rnastered those
"My, what a gentlernahl' thhis
Jolene Hunt as Jav Wrght helos
her at the drinking fountain,
Advisor Miss Lucille Donn helps
annual co-ed:tors pack tronla tor
a workshop in Athens.
It only the Junior-Senior Proin
could have lasted forever . . .
Vernon Snwedlev, as MC, looks
on while Queen Judy Yoont
crowns Ned Locker King of the
Another iob ot the school ous
drivers is taking the band ment-
bers to the Troy Fair.
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A Treasury of precious possessions can
be found hidden in The hours
we spend in our classrooms. We have
only To open our rninds,
and These Things can becorne a parT of us.
Knowledge, friendship, and pride
in one's self are all lying dorn1anT, vvaiTing
To be discovered by Those lucky
enough To find The key.
Helping us To uncover These riches are The
Teachers, whose never-ending
paTience and skill willguide us dovvn
The rocky road To success.
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Taking time off from his everyday tasks for his favorite sport is MR. R. L.
OSBORNE, Superintendent of Milton-Union High School. He received his
A.B. from Wilmington College and M.A. from Miami University. He also
attended the University of Cincinnati. Besides being active in many church
and civic organizations, he is Executive officer of the Board of Education
and in charge of all employees, buildings, and rules and regulations govern-
ing the school district.
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Art is the favorite pastime of MRS. PHYLLIS 1'
EVANS, secretary to the Superintendent. Having
held this position for the past six years and work-
ing the vvhole year around, Phyllis has become a
personal friend to the students and faculty of
Milton High. In addition to her duties as secre-
tary, she operates the PBX and PA systems, keeps
books in order, administers first aid and is advisor
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Being Principal of Milton-Union High School leaves MR. JOHN A. WILLIAMS
with very little time for his favorite pastime, golf. He received his B.S. from
Wittenberg College and M. Ed. from Miami University. Employed at the school
the whole year around, he arranges schedules, makes teachers' extracurricular
assignments, registers students, and gives special tests.
Serving her nineteenth year as Principal of Milton-
Union Elementary School is MRS. ONEIDA MIN-
NICH. She received her B.S. Ed. from Wittenberg
College and also attended the University of Day-
ton and Miami University. She is an employee of
Milton-Union the vvhole year around and does
such iobs as scheduling lunch periods and play-
ground duties, ordering films, books, and work
books. She enioys photography and has her own
camera, projector and screen.
MR. BYRON STONER . . . clerk-
treasurer of the Board . , . graduate
ot Milton-Union . . . an insurance
agent in West Milton . . . attended
University of Dayton.
MR. MILES MOTE . . . vice president
of the Board . . . chairman of the
finance committee . . V. graduate ot
Milton-Union . . . self-employed as
SOUNDING BOARD OF KNOWLEDGE
MR. RICHARD STEINER . . . presi-
dent ot the Board . . . graduate ot
Milton-Union . . . received A.B.
from Miami University . . . general
manager of Steiner's Ready Mix and
Concrete Plant . . . enioys boating.
MR. IVAN SEMAN . . . chairman of
the Transportation committee . . .
attended Gettysburg High School
. . . supervisor at Frigidaire in Day-
ton . . .spends leisure time relaxing
in front of TV.
MR. EMERSON SWANK . . . chair-
man of the committee on equip-
ment and furnishings . . . graduate
of Milton-Union . . . self-employed
as a farmer.
MR. LAWRENCE PRITCHARD . . .
chairman of the finance committee
. . . graduate of Medina High
School . . . attended Ohio State and
University of Wisconsin . . . em-
ployed as an insurance agent near
West Milton . . . works with bees
as a hobby.
MR. DALE CUMMINS . . . school
librarian . . . advisor ot Drarnatics
Club . . . director of junior and
senior plays . . . received his B.S.
Ed. from University of Dayton . . .
attended Ohio University . . . ern-
ployed as a mail carrier.
MRS. EDITH NOBLE . . . teacher of
Latin, English, and speech tor
twenty years . . . received her AB.
and M.A. from West Virginia Uni-
versity . . . attended University of
Wisconsin, Ohio University, and
Ohio State . . . enjoys refinishing
STUDENTS LEARN FROM PEDAGOGUES
L U MISS LUCILLE DUNN . . . advisor of
the ECHO . . . teaches typing and
general business . . . received her
B.S. Ed. from Manchester College
. . . attended Defiance and Ball
State Teachers' Colleges . . . spends
leisure tirne collecting and listening
to classical records . . . co-advisor
MR. WILLIAM H. BALLINGER . . .
teaches cnvucs American hustory
sensor health and soclology
cerved has BSEd from Muarnl Un:
versrty worked as a park super
vasor In the Montgomery County
Park System last summer I th
year at M U coaches lunnor hzgh
football and varsrty baseball
enloys spectator sports
WHO HAVE ATTENDED I0 UNIVERSITIES
MR RAY E DILEY has taught
vocational agrlculture for seventeen
years holds BS and MS from
the Ohio State University spends
summer domg treld work In voca
tnonal agrnculture engoys ludg
:ng llvestock flshlng and readlng
advisor of F FA
MRS ESTHER KNIFE receuved
her B S from the Ohlo State Um
versity also attended the
Unlverslty ot Dayton collects
antrques as a hobby teaches
8th grade and sophomore Eng
ns advrsor of 8th grade
AND 9 COLLEGES IN 6 STATES
MRS. LAUREE HUFFAKER . . . math
teacher . . . attended Ohio Univer-
sity and holds A.B. from Manches-
ter College . . . has completed her
fifth year at Milton-Union . . .
spends her summers teaching in
youth camps . . . enjoys traveling,
entertaining and her grandchildren
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MR. A. E. GEETING . . . finishing l4th year at M-U MRS. KATHLEEN GEETING . . . has spent ten years
as a teacher of high school math . . . attended Miami Teaching English and Spanish at M-U . . . received
University for his B.S.Ed .... spends summer gar- A-B. from Ohie Wesleyan . . . also attended Ohio
dening and landscaping . . . serves as sponsor of University . . . does housework during summer
Student Council. months . . . advisor of F.T.A.
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UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF 3 ADMINISTRATORS .
MR. FRED L. BITTLE . . .
tinishing sixth year as a
Teacher of general sci-
ence and biology . . .
director ot audio-visual
aids . . . holds B.S. from
Bowling Green State Uni-
versity and M.S. from
Miami University . . .
also attended Oberlin
College . . . spends
spare time gardening,
bowling and working
with photography . . .
senior class advisor.
MR. RUSSELL LUTZ . . . director of
guidance and athletics . . . teaches
physics and chemistry . . . works as
a lab technician at Monsanto Chem-
istry Co. during summer months . . .
likes traveling, reading and sports
. . . graduated from Manchester Col-
lege with A.B. and from Miami Uni-
versity with M.A .... also attended
Wittenberg College, the Ohio State
University and the University of
MRS. KATHERINE SCHUL . . . first
year on high school faculty, but has
taught in the elementary school at
M-U . . . has A.B. from Wittenberg
College . . . loves to travel and
spends summer months being a
homemaker . . . advisor of 7th
Z6 TEACHERS INSTRUCT 666 STUDENTS .
MR. BOB LONG . . . head football
and assistant basketball coach
. . . holds A.B. from Otterbein
College . . . employed in sum-
mer as a painter . . . enioys read- 3 S
ing about United States Presi- l
dents and all sports . . . teaches
American and Ohio history.
MR. DEAN STITZ . . . new
to our faculty this year . . .
teaches instrumental music
. . . has B.S. and M.A. from
the Ohio State University
. . . hobbies are ornithol-
ogy, table tennis and swim-
ming . . . director of junior
and senior bands.
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MRS. NELLIE B. WAYMIRE . . .
holds B.S.Ed. from Wittenberg
College . . . teaches health and
physical education . . . advisor
of G.A.A. and cheerleaders . . .
likes to read and sew . . . is
housewife all year round.
IN 6I SUBJECTS IN 30 CLASSROOMS
MISS SANDRA L JONES newcomer to
Milton Unton faculty thas year recerved
BS Ed from Mlamt University teaches
Shorthand I and II offrce practice and bust
ness Engltsh worked as secretary at
Dayton Post Office prior to comrng here
lvl-ces to read sew and listen to records
F B LA and 7th grade advisor
MRS LORENE KAUFFMAN first year at Mtlton
Union teaches Engllsh III and sentor survey
recelved her A B from Earlham College In surn
mer enloys beung a housevvlfe readtng and sewung
freshman class advisor
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MR ROBERT KREMER
teacher of htstory and ge
ography for the past four
years at M U attended
Untverstty of Dayton where
he recetved hts B S Ed
advtsor of sensor class
sponsors .IC W A ou
stde Interests are golttng
and spectator sports
suntrner occupatlons vary
from year to year
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MR HERBERT R IANNONE has taught health
and physlcal educatton at M U for two years
holds A B from West Luberty State College and M E
frorn the Unrverstty of Plttsburgh also attended
Unlverstty of Dayton HI Y advisor favorite
pastimes are dancung with has wtfe and athlettcs
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AND LABORATORIES, AND SPONSOR .
MR. WILLIAM C. GINN . ..
teaches drivers' education . . .
head basketball and track coach
for six years . . . advisor of Var-
sity "M" . . . assistant football
coach . . . graduated from the
University of Dayton with B.S.Ed.
. . . caretaker of N.C.R. Old River
Recreation Park in summer . . .
pastimes are hunting, golf and
baseball . . . works part time at
Sunoco Service Station.
MR. RUDOLPH BURGER . . . complet-
ing first year at M-U as a teacher of
8th grade arithmetic, Algebra I and
business math . . . received B.S.Ed.
from the University of Dayton . . .
works in summer as a real estate
salesman . . . enioys tinkering with
machinery and woodworking . . .
advisor of 8th grade.
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MR. FRED RICE . . . another
newcomer to the Milton-
Union faculty . . . holds B.S.
from Manchester College
. . . also attended Goshen
College . . . teaches vocal
music . . . in spare time en-
ioys listening to hi-fidelity
records . . . director of sen-
ior high chorus.
MR JACK ADAMS has B S Ed
from the Unrversnty of Dayton
teaches geography and htstory
attended Mlamr Unlversuty
freshman class advlsor member
of M U faculty for three years
enpoys playung vvlth the new famuly
arrnval Vlctorna Lynn
24 ORGANIZATIONS AND CLASSES
MR HUBER STALEY
teacher of lndustrtal arts graduated from Cum
berland Unnverslty vvtth B S Ed attended Ohio
University works as Ohno Commissioner for the
completing fourth year as
Natlonal Baseball Congress twenty second year
as a sports offlclal In three malor sports
MRS MILDREDA WARNER
third year as teacher of
blology and general science
at M U recerved her
B S Ed from Mraml Unlver
Sl enloys refunlshrng
antique furnlture and travel
n also has addntlonal
tralnlng In dletetlcs from
Jewlsh Hospital IH Clncun
nat: sophomore class
MISS THEODORA STOCKSDALE advisor of F H A
and adult homemakers recerved A B from Man
chester College also attended Ball State Teachers
College and Mlamn Unuversuty spends summer
donng vocational work travelung and sewxng
home economlcs teacher at M U
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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT IMPROVES SPEECH, GRAMMARQ
Mrs Lorene Kauffman and her tumor Engltsh class look over thetr class play Stop the Weddtng
to be presented March 21
Engllsh holds a commanding posttlon In the
school curriculum for It ltes at the foundation of
all other studies and IS fundamental to advance
ment In them Enlargtng the vocabulary and gtv
:ng flextbllrty In the use of language provtdes a
student wlth the abtltty to communicate fluently
Themes speech classes and Itterature furnnsh an
excepttonal basis for orlgnnal expression and per
sonal observatlons whtch contrlbute to a well
rounded collectlon of toptcs for dtscusston
Two foretgn languages Spanish and Latin are
the history of Roman clvlltzatlon Since Engltsh IS
indebted to Latin for one thlrd of Its vocabulary a
thorough knowledge of Latin helps students under
stand and appreciate therr own vernacular Spantsh
teaches students the customs as well as how to
read and speak the language of their southern
As a part of the datly routme Joyce Sputler recttes her mono
Iogue The Better Doll Contest tn Mrs Noble s speech class
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PROMOTES READING CLASSICS
In Spanish ll, Jane Harshbarger and
John Breidenbach write and trans-
late Spanish dialogues on the black-
Students make use of the library for studying and looking up references from its In her second year of Latin, Beverly Foster
large collection of books. writes "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" in Latin
on the board.
MATHEMATICS DEVELOPS USE OF LOGIC
Mr A E Geetung gnves speclal attentron to a trrgonometry problem puzzlnng to Mo Vee Mushler
Quotlents equatnons tangents theorems
all of these are famulnar terms to math
students To provlde a pathway to loglcal
thtnklng and orderly arrangement of facts
needed to solve a problem geometry bus:
ness math shop math trlgonornetry and
algebra are offered
Multon Unnon knows that students who
deslre a vocation In the fleld of rnathe
matics will fund thelr needs met uf they
take advantage of the courses offered
John Mnshler and Terry Humphrey work on scale draw
rngs an preparatlon for a career In draftmg
Mr Rudolph Burger glves hts
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Freshmen students in Mrs. Mildred Warner's biology class learn all about the "birds and the bees."
Other important phases are stressed, such as plant life and the animal phyla.
TEST TUBES, FROGS, BUGS
Charles Coolcsey, a science emhu.
siast, explains during physics glass
an experiment related to static
Bill Lukens and Sunny Rae Knite re-
place numerous chemicals after us-
ing them in chemistry lab.
Mr. Fred Bittle aids Allan Dexter in performing an experiment on the dehydration of sugar one of
the many interesting activities of the general science classes.
MAKE SCIENCE FUN
Future Sputnik launchers are the young
students in Milton Union Science Depart
ment Under the direction of Mr Russell
Lutz and Mr Fred Buttle these students are
offered a comprehensive survey ot science
at work in their physics chemistry biology
and general science classes Practical appli
cations such as laboratory work and dissect
ing animal phyla add variety to these classes
Field trips and ttlmstrips also help the teach
ers in their attempt to prepare the students
tor college level courses in science
Jim Baker demonstrates his science prolect a model hydro
electric power plant which won a superior rating in the school
Science Fair and an excellent in the district
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT PROVIDES STUDENTS
In Mr W4II1am Ballmgers semor cnvlcs class Janet Sprtler gives an oral report about world affaxrs taken
from the Our Trmes a paper reserved weekly by the class
Lawrence Krser Indicates a pomt
on the map In a session of Ohro
hlstory taught by Mr Robert Long
and Mr Robert Kremer
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WITH INTEREST IN WORLD AFFAIRS
Fred Kingrey points out to Mr.
Robert Long and the American his-
tory class the location of West
Milton on the map of the United
A very necessary part ot education is a knowl-
edge of the account ot man's struggle to make
the world his home. History and civics put the
student into sympathetic touch with social move-
ments, provide him with a robust interest in
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the world struggle tor democracy, and instill in
his mind the principles of our government. Quali-
fied instructors not only give the students the
story of wars and conquests but also point the
way toward better citizenship and peace for all.
Joyce Gibbs, Janie Gingrich, Sue
Sollenberger, Rena Sue Netzley,
Darlene Besecker and Judy Brewer
put the finishing touches on a map
for Mr. Jack Adams' geography
Mr. Robert Kremer and Cynthia Rike
have evidently found something
amusing in a world history text-
Problems of hpmamty mterest sen
lor socuology students as they read
the next chapter
PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDS SOUND MINDS SOUND
Judy Baker explalns the curculatory system of the human
body to Mr Wllllam Ballmgers se-mor health class
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year were red and whtte gym sunts modeled by Nancy
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BODIES FOR SUCCESSFUL FUTURES
Physical fitness and mental alertness are both
stressed in the physical education and health depart-
ments at Milton-Union. In addition to perfecting their
skills in the major sports of football, basketball, base-
ball and track, the students can take advantage of
the excellent facilities available in trampoline, arch-
ery, shuffleboard, ping-pong and tennis.
Health classes study the workings of the body
and mind, nutrition and safety.
Practical application is administered through eye
tests and first aid.
An unforgettable experience for the sociology
class was a trip to the State Mental Hospital in
Columbus. There the class had a chance to see first-
hand many of the things they had previously studied
in their textbooks.
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gyrn class displays their tumbling l
abilities. LEFT TO RIGHT: Benny
Carroll, Terry Humphrey, Keith Wil-
liams, Jim Oburn, Jerry Hughes and
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT TRAINS COMPETENT
Students attempt to complete production assignments in Miss Lucille Dunn's first year typing class.
An overgrowing field in the education of today is
that of the commercial and business department.
General business, typing, shorthand and bookkeep-
ing are of immediate use to a graduating student,
both as a time saver in college and as a recommenda-
tion for clerical positions.
Business students are given the privilege of using
the office machines, and gain actual office experience
by serving as secretaries to faculty members. This
training enables them to decide whether they want
to select a vocation in the field of business.
Office practice girls, Judy VanKirk
and Priscilla Brubaker, improve
their speeds by weekly timed writ-
BUSINESS LEADERS FOR RESPONSIBLE CAREERS
Office girl, Mo Vee Mishler, checks
the files for Mr. John A. Williams.
Serving as Mrs. Nellie Wayrnire's secretary,
Sharon ldclings runs off a test on the ditto.
FIRST ROW: Connie Deeter, Mo Vee Mishler, Judy Stager, Nancy
Strawser, Sandra Harry, Cynthia Collins, Kay Lyn Ditmer, Dorothy
Seabrook, Sheryll Hart, Jeanie Furlong, Sandra Garber. SECOND
ROW: Marlene Beck, Carolyn Lavey, Charlene Heisey, Marcia
Pinkerton, Barbara Oda, Judy Hildebrand, Doris Barnes, Neva Jean
Hissong, Catherine Stoffel, Donna Doles, THIRD ROW: Linda
Eubank, Judy Webb, Lila Stoffel, Barbara Beetley, Jill Ganger,
Beverly Whited, Carol Falb, Jean Jacobson, Connie Oburn, Charlotte
Mikel. NOT PICTURED: Fawntella Swank, Judy Tyson, Ruth Null.
Nancy Battson is "at bat" for her team, while "pitcher" Loraine Earhart gives out
words in a shorthand "baseball game." Mary Jones awaits her turn.
Karan Swtshcr Fawnteha Swank
Sara Oyer Sandra Swtgart Sharon
rttcy and Sharon Bright ma
compartsons of detergents water
softeners ble-aches and starches
relatton to the care of varuous fab
MANUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT DEVELOPS CREATIVE
l'l1Ilav-"4 un u .Nm
Frank Bauer and Davd Phupps reftnnsh a desk for a protect
tn the woodworktng fteid of the Industrtal Arts Department
Round and round the bovvltng pun goes as Ned Mote
transforms tt tnto an ornamentat lamp on the metal
Freshman prtnttng class deans the rnachunes after runmng lathe
tnckets for a htgh school oance
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managed by Milton's F.F.A, Chapter.
SKILLS FOR FUTURE OCCUPATICNS
Doing his share to make the roads a safe place
to drive, Mr. William Ginn teaches his Driver's Educa-
tion classes the safety rules and mechanics of an
automobile along vvith the art of driving.
Another important technical course is Industrial
Arts. There, students study such subiects as mechani-
cal dravving, drafting and shop math, They also ac-
quire useful arts and skills in wood-vvorking, photog-
raphy and printing, taught by Mr. l-l. W. Staley.
For those students interested in farming, raising
livestock and general agricultural practices, the Agri-
culture Department, under the leadership of Mr. Ray
Diley, aids students in a future of farming.
Miss Theodora Stocksdale, with the help of student
teachers, gives pupils a taste of homemaking. Be-
sides learning to be good cooks, the skills of home
beautification, meal planning and clothes designing
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is the chief interest of these stu-
dents in Mr. Williarn Ginn's driving
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Clubs and organizations provide opportunities
for working together and encourage
students to accept definite responsibilities
in school events. Such activities may
be utilized in gaining a clearer
understanding ot organized fellowship.
Co-operation outside the classroom as well
as inside is compulsory to provide
a student with a well balanced education. A
chat between classes, a pat on the back
when things go wrong-these create admiration
between students which is so
necessary in building a successtul lite.
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FIRST ROW: Sharon Iddings, Pam Hood, Susan Miller, Secretary, Vee Mishler, Mr. A, E. Geeting, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Billy
Karen Iddings, Loraine Earhart, Reporter, Sandra Long. SECOND Freeman, Carol Falb, Vernon Smedley, President, Jack Walther,
ROW: Mr. John Williams, Advisor, Robert Pyle, Allan Grise, Allan Dexter, Barbara Bennett, Dianne Howard. NOT PICTURED:
Fawntella Swank, Vice President, Susan Kerr, Janie Gingrich, Mo Joel Vanderburg,Treasurer.
STUDENT COUNCIL SPONSORS TALENT SHOW
Bonnie Callicoat is performing the dance which won tor her
first place and a prize of S3 in the Student Council talent show.
Service to the school and students is the ob-
iective of Milton-Union's Student Council. Each
member, elected by his class, diligently works at
cleaning the grounds and trophy cases, operating
the supply booth and selecting hall monitors.
Co-sponsoring the Homecoming and collecting
money tor the United Fund Drive are annual pro-
iects of the Council. A talent show was also held,
the three winners being: Bonnie Callicoat, first
placeg Sue Sollenberger, second place, and Sally
Jay, third place.
On January I8 two hundred students attended
a new undertaking, a dance held at the Coca-Cola
auditorium. The Student Council was in charge
of the program, which was broadcast by radio
It's a tense moment for Larry Bohlender as Nancy Freeman selects him from
the student body to be a member of the National Honor Society in the annual
One of the highest honors that can be
conferred upon a pupil at Milton-Union is
to be selected as a member of the National
Any iunior or senior is eligible is he has
been at Milton High School for two se-
mesters and has a scholastic average of 3.2
or higher. Other qualifications are based
on leadership, character and service.
Sophomores are inducted as probationary
members in an impressive tapping ceremony
which takes place the second semester of
the school year.
With the competent advisorship of Mr.
John A. Williams, the efficient work of the
officers and the high standard of admission,
this chapter will remain one of the most im-
portant organizations at Milton-Union.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTS I6
FIRST ROW: Sharon Iddings, Sunny Rae Knife, Joy Breidenbach,
Mary Crew, Vice Presidentg Mo Vee Mishler, Linda Carroll, Sandra
Garber, Nancy Freeman, SECOND ROW: Myrna Mote, Nancy Battson,
Carol Falb, Secretary, Sue Poock, Judy Henderson, Sandra Sherman,
Barbara Bennett, President, Beverly Foster, Mr. John A. Williams,
Advisor. THIRD ROW: Neal Weaver, Don Thompson, Reporter
Fred Kingrey, Doug Midlam, Paul Ritfell, Lowell Shearer, Jack
Walther, Charles Cooksey. NOT PICTURED: Stewart Miller, Treasurer
FIRST ROW Connue Thompson Judy Snyder Sheryll Hart Fawn
a Swank Juulene Hunt Susan Mal Lmda Rathton Jane
Smuth SECOND ROW Jane Brewer Charlotte Smtth Sylvua Over
holser Connle Oburn Cynthta Rtke Madtlyn Burns Sue Folker
Cynthua Cress Susan Kerr THIRD ROW Barbara Beetley Sandra
Sherman JoAnn Gtngruch Carol Ehlers Judy Sherman B v
Whnted Nadean Coate Vlrgnnta Antonudes Mary Crew NO
PICTURED Barbara Elncker Marcua Ptnkerton Tons Snyder Joyce
51 TRI HI Y AND HI Y MEMBERS GUIDE
Co sponsorung the I-Iomecomnng testlvltues was
one ot the malor undertakrngs ot the Trl I-It Y
Aby guuded by tts new advusor Mrs F'oyd
Rhoades the 28 gurls who make up the clubs
rnembershup planned senior htgh assemblnes and
with the I-IIY provtded rrtornung devotlons and
Rev Rlcharcl Bell relates the story Dont Let the Candle Go Out
for the Chnstmas assembly co sponso ed by the HIY and Tr HIY
rellgtous assemblles tor the student body
To create nnatntatn and extend throughout the
home school and cornmuntty hugh standards of
C rnstlan character s the motto ot the Tnl-I Y
an attulaate ot the Y W CA
TRIHIY OFFICERS Mary Crew Presldent Jutlene Hunt Chaplaln
Sandra Sherman Treasurer Vurgtma Antonldes Vlce Presndent NOT
PICTURED Mrs Margaret Rhoades and Mrs Connte Ntles Co Advrsors
Barbara Ellcker Secretary
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Terry Brooke takes charge of the Lost and Found Department,
one ofthe Hi-Y proiects.
FIRST ROW: Stewart Miller, President, Gary Studebaker, Treasurer,
Bill Lukens, Vice President, Doug Midlam, Secretary, Mr. Herbert
lannone, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Jack Walther, Chaplain, Ken Brown,
STUDENT BODY IN HIGH CHRISTIAN MORALS
"To create, maintain and extend throughout the
home, school and community high standards of
Christian character," is the purpose of Hi-Y.
The club sponsored many activities during the
year. Among these were: the Fire Friendship Circle,
church visitations, induction services, religious as-
semblies, and the distributing of food baskets to the
needy at Easter.
This year, as in the past, Mr. Herbert lannone,
advisor, accompanied the officers to Camp Kern for
a training session. There the plans for the coming
year were laid out.
Each year two members of the Hi-Y, along with
two members of the Tri-Hi-Y, are selected to attend
a youth and government conference in Columbus
for the purpose of gaining insight into the workings
of our governmental affairs.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Herbert lannone, Advisor, Jim Marcum, Bill Lea, Walther, Doug Lyons, Terry Brooke, Doug Midlam, Paul Schellhaas,
Ronnie Hale, Kent Brown, Bill Holmes, Gary Studebaker, Ivan Harry. Bill Lukeris, DOH TIWOFTWPSOD. NOT PICTURED: Stewart Miller, Joel
SECOND ROW: Fred Kingrey, Jack Waymire, David Cooksey, Sam Vanderburg.
Hissong, Lowell Shearer, Jim Smith, Paul Stepp, THIRD ROW: Jack
FIRST ROW: Sue Dickey, Valaria Harshbarger, Joy Breidenbach, Cress, Madilyn Burns, Jane Brewer, Mary Crew. THIRD ROW:
Carol Garrison, Sheryll Hart, Judy Cool, Jeanne Durham, Myra Beverly Foster, JoAnn Gingrich, Virginia Antonides, Jill Ganger,
Foster, Joanne Fetter. SECOND ROW: Sherry Grissum, Carol Judy Henderson, Judy Baker, Barbara Bennett, Carol Falb, Bon-
Ditmer, Marlene Beck, Jane Harshbarger, Doris Barnes, Cynthia nie Callicoat
G.A.A. MEMBERS EXCEL IN BASKETBALL,
G.A.A. OFFICERS AND BOARD MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: Joy Breideri-
bach, Senior Representative, Toni Snyder, President, Sharon lddings,
Vice President, Carol Garrison, Freshman Representative. SECOND
ROW: Mrs. Nellie Waymire, Advisor, Jane Harshbarger, Reporter,
Susan Miller, Sophomore Representativeg Juilerie Hunt, Junior Repre-
sentative, Judy Snyder, Treasurer
One ot the most important clubs in our school
is the Girls' Athletic Association. Many girls ot
high school age participate in this club in order
to develop their athletic ability.
Besides their athletic prowess, the girls showed
their artistic abilities at Homecoming, where their
float won third prize. The "Red and White Swirl,"
a dance open to Milton and West Carrollton stu-
dents, was also held by the organization at
Sponsoring the annual Sweetheart Hop proved
to be very exciting tor the girls in G.A.A. Supply-
ing the music were the Saints, a teen-age dance
band from Piqua. Guests ot honor were the Queen
and her court, selected by the Varsity "M" Club
to reign over the dance.
FIRST ROL Share-1 Lrifi nge, Mo Vf-cl LfiS"Lf.", Si- "'- , Rf' 'if T'-HRD RON Joriy Hildebrand, Sandra PDO ro
Knife, Jackie Rike, JiJ:Lene Honr, Susan Miher, Sancim rifioffivaiw, Sue Poock, Mary 4-nn Nisffonger Connie
Long, Nancy Kerr. SECOND ROW: Wilma Neff, Vizif L Obarn, Sharon Hughes, CaroL Laycock, Ruth Lands NOT
Rhoades, Susan Kerr, Marcia Pinkerton, Sandra Marrow, PLCTLJRELX Kay Dinner, Barbara Ehcker, Mary Fr enwan
Susan Jon.es, Carolyn Minnich, Pam Hood, Linda Rmh- Joanne Maiy, Connie Miiler,
VOLLEYBALL, TRAMPOLI N E, TUMBLI NG
FIRST ROW: Gioria Weris, Jody Snyder, Jody SYager, Connie
Thompson, Linda Wih, Nancy Strawser, Nancy Varyei, Karen
Swisher, Sharon Shaffer, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Nelhe Wayrnire,
Advisory Joy Thompson, Joy Wheefock, Catherine Sfoffel, Fawn-
Yefla Swank, Karen Shank, C'aedfa Sandifer, Judy Werfs, Jane?
Snfrn, THLRD ROW: Toni Snyder, Jody Tyson, Jody SpiYLer, San
dra Sherman, Jody Sherman, Judy Thompson, Sy'via Stahnran
Judy Webb, NOT PICTURED: Sharon Mote, Jiii Osborne, Joyce
Soffer, Lua S'o:5e , Sandra S.-.fgar?, Caroi Weri ng
FIRST ROW Paul Hershberger Ronnre Becker Vlce Presldent
Jeanne Durham Jlll Osborne Mary Freeman Reporter Judy Cool
Tom Smith SECOND ROW Nlr Fred Buttle Advisor Martin Trent
Terry Humphrey Presudent Dave Kendall Bll Smtth Leland
Garber Bull Anderson THIRD ROW Jerry Latter Nllke Cymbala
Darrell Saunders Russell Honeyman Paul Stepp Raymond Fuller
Bruce Sputler FOURTH ROW Cralg Brown Secretary Rollle Brewer
Doug Lyons Jlm Baker Francrs Northrup Treasurer Fred Custen
border NOT PICTURED Larry Bohlender John Breldenbach
BUNSEN BURNERS STIMULATE SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS
Sponsornng the Scuence Farr us the Scrence
Clubs mann activity every year Each student
an the club and scrence classes rs expected to
enter a protect and all of these are gudged at
the local fair Wrnners are sent to the State
conference where many of Nlnlton Unuon s en
tries receive hugh ratungs
Interest IH science IS furthered by rnany of
the clubs actuvutles Fneld traps are popular
vvlth a vxsut to Carillon Park hughllghtlng the
Speakers were featured occasuonally at the
regular rneetlngs Nlr Ted Cashner ofthe State
Wlldlufe Drvusuon and Mr Horace Castrllo a
Wright Patterson Air Force Base englneer, were
Boardrng the school bus for another scrence club
freld trap are John Breudenbach, Ronnie Becker,
Larry Bohlender, and Judy Cool
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM. FIRST ROW: Sharon Iddings, Joy Breidenbach, Dorothy Seabrook,
Linda CarroII, Joyce Spitler. SECOND ROW: Mo Vee Mishier, Mary Crew, BeverIy Foster, Sue
Poock, Sandra Sherman, Barbara Bennett, Jean Jacobson, Barbara Oda. THIRD ROW: Neal Weaver,
Buddy Smith, Vernon Smedley, Ian Pemberton, Ken Harshbarger, Kent Brown, Stewart Miller.
NOT PICTURED: Charles Cooksey.
SENIOR SCHOLARS DESERVE RECOGNITION
Barbara Bennett and Beveriy Foster,
chosen to take the DAR. Good
Citizenship Test, discuss examina-
tion resuIts with Joy Breidenbach,
the Betty Crocker Future Home-
maker of Tomorrow at MiIton-
Reminiscing about their past sum
mer experiences are Boys' and GirIs'
State deIegates, Vernon Smedley
Mo Vee Mishler, and Barbara Ben
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check last-minute details on a copy shipment with
Advisor, Miss Lucille Dunn.
"Goin' shootin"' are ECHO photographer, Mike
Humphrey, and staff member, Sunny Rae Knife.
N.S.P.A. AWARDS ECHO FIRST PLACE RATING
"All work and no play" could hardly be the motto
of the Echo staff. In addition to the usual iournalistic
tasks, the members of the staff participated in many
outside activities connected with the yearbook.
Joy Breidenbach, Beverly Foster and Barbara Ben-
nett, accompanied by Miss Lucille Dunn, attended
workshops at Ohio University and the Conrad Hilton
Hotel in Chicago. The Ohio State University was host
to another conference in October.
More interest was added to the already eager
anticipation of the i958 Echo by the introduction of
the first full-color page and color introduction in the
history of M-U's yearbook.
Another first for the Echo was the fact that the
1957 edition won a first place rating from the
National Scholastic Press Association.'Adding to its
prestige was an A+ rating given by the National
School Yearbook Association.
FIRST ROW: Sunny Rae Knife, Jim Marcum, Barbara Oda, Carol Ehlers, Bill Lukens, Doug Midlam, Beverly Foster,
Typist, Ruth Landis, Joy Breidenbach, Co-Editor, Miss Co-Edtiorg Mike Humphrey, Photographer.
Lucille Dunn, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Barbara Bennett
FIRST ROW: Miss Lucille Dunn, Advisor, Donna Urmey, Charlene Sandra Jones, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Susie Lees Evelyn Warner
Heisey, Barbara Strawser, Sergeant-at-Arms, Wilma Neff, Sharon Judy VanKirk, Jill Ganger, Barbara Beetley Nancy Battson Secretary
Shaffer. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Lavey, Historian, Nancy Freeman, NOT PICTURED: Melba Doles, Jeanie Furlong Vice President
Treasurer, Sandra Beard, Kay Dennis, Barbara Oda, President, Miss
F.B.L.A. SPELLING TEAM WINS FIRST IN STATE
Printing programs for all home ball games,
compiling the elementary and high school di-
rectories and doing secretarial work for the
teachers were just a few of the many services
performed by the Future Business Leaders of
The cIub's purpose is to prepare students for
occupations in the business world after gradua-
Main events of the year included the initiation
of new members, a panel of graduates, participa-
tion as hosts at the annual State Convention and
the annual banquet with Mr. Glenn lsenbarger
of Springfield as guest speaker.
Sandra Beard, Nancy Battson and Barbara Oda, winners
of the state FBLA spellng contest, are eligible to par-
ticipate in the national contest at Chicago in June.
J.C.W.A. PARTICIPATES IN WORLD AFFAIRS INSTITUTE
FIRST ROW: Mr. Robert Kremer, Advisor, Sunny Rae Knife Jim Henderson Priscilla Brubaker Bill Lukens Treasurer Doug Midlam
Marcum, Sue Poock, Vice President: Barbara Bennett, President Kent Brown Bruce Spitler NOT PICTURED Janet ODeIl John
Sandra Sherman, Secretary, Ruth Landis. SECOND ROW: Judy Bf6IdEf'IbaCl1
Discussing world problems and happenings
is the main program of Milton-Union's Junior
Council of World Affairs.
Besides the regular meetings, several mem-
bers of the club visited the Seventh Annual
World Affairs Institute in Dayton on November
25 and 26. Those attending were: Kent Brown,
Priscilla Brubaker, Bill Lukens, James Marcum,
Sue Poock and Sandra Sherman. Economic,
political and social problems of the Middle
East were discussed.
Selected to attend the I2th World Affairs
Institute in Cincinnati were Bill Lukens and
Judy Henderson. This Institute, sponsored by
the Rotary Club, was attended by high school
students from Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and
J.C.W.A. OFFICERS: Sandra Sherman, Secretary: Mr.
Robert Kremer, Advisor: Barbara Bennett, President: Bill
Lukens, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Sue Poock, Vice
Attending the Ohio Conference
for Future Teachers was one of the
main activities on the F.T.A. cal-
Valentine's Day found the mem-
bers and the teachers celebrating
over tea and cookies at the annual
Promoting student interest in
teaching, the purpose of the or-
ganization, is stimulated by having
the members observe and teach in
elementary and junior high classes.
Other highlights of the year in-
cluded the September picnic honor-
ing the new members and the
FIRST ROW: Sue Dickey, Kay Lyn Ditmer, Jill
Osborne, Jeanne Durham, Sandra Long. SEC4
OND ROW: Linda Wilt, Joy Thompson, Jane
Brewer, Bonnie Callicoat, Sandra Marcum,
Fawntella Swank. THIRD ROW: Sherry Smith,
Myrna Mote, Nadean Coate, Beverly Whited,
Carolyn Weikert, Pam Hood. NOT PICTURED:
Priscilla Brubaker, Mary Freeman, Sharon
F.T,A, OFFICERS: Miss Marabelle Dickey, Advisor, Ruth Landis, Vice President, Nancy
Stout, Parliarnentariang Sue Folker, Reporter, Sunny Rae Knife, President. NOT PICTURED:
Virginia Antonides, Treasurer, Mrs. Kathleen Geeting, Advisor, Joyce Spitler, Secretary.
By giving their full attention, these
first graders are helping Myrna Mote
establish herself as an excellent future
CHORUS EXPANDS UNDER NEW DIRECTOR
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FIRST ROW uloraa Werts Sharon Shaffer Connae Maller Melanae
Rouch Brenda Whattangton Mary Seabrook Loas Albert SECOND
ROW Barbara Deubner Judy Lees Janet Spatler Walma Neff
Charlotte Makel Geraldane Vallaeu Beverly Thornburg Judy Lucous
THIRD ROW Sandra Marcurn Barbara Oda Landa Eubanlr Daryla
Fuller Jean Jacobson Barbara Elacker Sharon Hughes Charlene
Heasey FOURTH ROW Mr Fred Race Darector Raymond Fuller
Doug Lyons Paul Schellhaas Monte McDowell Kenneth Johnson
Ned Shuttleworth Make Humphrey NOT PICTURED Ruth Ganger
Chorus members Carol Waymare Rena Netzley Joyce Gabbs Bar
bara Dackson Karen Anderson and Janet Gangrach partacapate an
the Student Councal Talent Show
Mr Race rehearses vvath a specaal
sextet for a school assembly
Under the baton of a new darector Mr
Fred Race the hagh school chorus presented
a varaety of novelty secular and sacred se
lectaons for several assembly programs, and
provaded musac for the Unaon Reformataon
Nlelanae Rouch and Janet Spatler served
as paano accompanasts for the songsters
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The supreme goal ot the Milton-Union Future
Farmers ot America can be summed up in its motto,
"Doing to Learn, Learning to Do, Earning to Live
and Living to Serve."
One ot the many activities ot the club vvas a
trip to Kansas City tor the National F.F.A. Conven-
tion. The juniors and seniors also took a tour-day
trip to Chicago to attend the International Livestock
FIRST ROW: Lowell Puterbaugh, Leland Garber, Lowell Wade, Ronald
Meade, Don Overholser, Nevin Rohrer, Jerry Pierce, Gary Pierce,
Nick Mote. SECOND ROW: Mr. Dan Banta, Student Teacher, John
Hosbrook, David Kendall, Gerald Hosbrook, Richard Pierce, Larry
Pierce, Gary Studebaker, Larry Green, Mr, Don Melhorrr, Student
Teacher. THIRD ROW: Mr. Ray Diley, Advisory Neal Weaver, Allen
Marvin DeMoss is receiving the F.F.A. Grand Champion Ayshire
irODI'ty at the Miami County Fair.
In addition to preparing the boys tor successful
lives in Farming, parliamentary procedure and public
speaking enable them to have more poise and self-
Kent Brovvn, the club's president, has the honor
of having been elected Southern Sectional Vice
President ot Ohio.
Albaugh, Russell Honeyrnan, Roger Brooke, Jim Donohoo, Glen
Kendall, Rex Pierce. FOURTH ROW: Bob Herz, Darrell Saunders,
James VanKirk, Dean Jackson, Paul Stepp, Kent Brovvn, Larry
Fetters. NOT PICTURED: Jerald Baker, Barry Brown, Marvin De-Moss,
Larry Honeyman, Robert Honeyrnan, Preston Mote, Glenn Mumford,
David Nevvman, Bill Titcornbe.
FIRST ROW: Judy Werts, Joanne Macy, Jerry Latter, Virginia
Weaver, Sunny Rae Knife, Jody Bradshaw, Janice Lowry, Shan-
non Harshbarger, Barbara Tinnerrnan, Myra Foster. SECOND
ROW: Carol Garrison, Martha Spitler, Barbara Battson, John
Spencer, Valaria Harshbarger, Karen Spears, Mark Lutz, David
Watson, Byron Donohoo, Arne Vanderburg, Robert Patterson,
Kenneth Baker, Wayne Spitler, Carolyn Sowry, Roy Jay, Keith
Brown, Kent Brown. THIRD ROW: Barbara Wagner, Lilliemae
Burnside, Paul Hershberger, Diana Cool, Tom Gray, Bill Ander-
son, Bill Lea, Carol Spitler, Judy Sotzing, Judy Cool, Ann
RED AND WHITE MARKS APPEARANCE
Marching at the Sesquicentennial and the Troy
Fair started the year for the Milton-Union Band.
Band camp at MilIer's Grove, the week before
the beginning of school, prepared the band for
the coming football season.
Under the direction of a new band director, Mr.
Dean A. Stitz, the band, besides putting on many
fine half-time shows at football games, participated
in High School Band Day at the University of Cin-
cinnati and attended an Ohio State football game.
"And the band played on," making a complete
transition from the blare and pageantry of marching
season. The concert band mellowed its tones to the
nuances, the lights and shades of Mozart, Beethoven
and many more. From march and folk song to tone
poems and transcriptions of modern orchestral works,
they produced pictures in beautiful melodies.
Other activities were playing at the Hobert Arena
during a hockey game, marching in the Miami Valley
Band Festival and giving several concerts.
Appearing with the band at all football games
were the five high-stepping rnaiorettes. They also
provided half-time entertainment for some basket-
ball games. ln addition to putting on flashy marching
routines, they helped Mr. Stitz with various jobs
such as making props for band shows and decorating
the band rooms for Christmas.
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This year the Rhythmettes, consisting ot twenty girls, was under
the direction ot co-captains Mo Vee Mishler and Sharon lddings.
Besides their busy schedule ot providing precision drill and dance
routines tor basketball games, they were among the many special
attractions seen in the sesduicentenntal parade and at Home
The Pep Band directed by Don Thompson provided lively
music tor our pep assemblies and basketball games The band
also performed at the County Fair and occasional parties
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PEP BAND-Don Thompson, Student Director. FIRST ROW: Sunny SECOND ROW: Bill Lea, Bill Lukens, Sam Hissong, Joel Vander
Keeping the spirits of the Milton-Union
athletes high were the varsity and reserve
cheerleaders. Planning pep assemblies, work-
ing out comedy skits and making up new
cheers were only a part of their activities.
A new project of the varsity squad was an
attempt to organize a Block "Nl" Club to
further boost the teams' morale. It is com-
posed of students in grades 7-l2 and each
member is required to attend meetings the
night before the games.
An outstanding honor of both squads was
being selected to serve as demonstrators at
the Ohio Cheerleading Clinic, which had an
attendance of 2,600 cheerleaders.
CHEERLEADERS STAND BY TEAMS
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS-Joy Thompson, Karen lddings, Judy Cool, Jane Gingrich, Carol Garrison, Carol
IN VICTORY AND DEFEAT.
Varsity dheerleaders lead 1he crowd in a yell 10 boost
the Team's morale.
"ln There, boys, in there!" chant The var-
sity cheering squadg Fawntella Swank
looks like she really means it.
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A well-rounded schedule, including conventions,
a skating party and a visit to a television program
kept the members of Future Homemakers of America
busy this year. The girls played their parts in serving
the community by taking Christmas baskets to the old
folks' home and acting as "waitresses" at various
banquets. "Hobo Day," a time when the members
F.H.A. OFFICERS-FIRST ROW: Connie Rogers, Parlia-
mentarian, Karen Swisher, Recreation Leader, Mary
Simmons, Secretary, Sharon Bright, Assistant Re-
porter. SECOND ROW: Miss Theodora Stocksdale, Ad-
visor, Miss Anita Fuchs, Student Teacher, Sandra
Harry, Reporter, Cynthia Collins, Historian, Miss
Alice Miller, Student Teacher. THIRD ROW: Beverly
Eastridge, Cheer Chairman, Barbara Strawser, First
Vice President, Judy VanKirk, Treasurer, Sandra
Swigart, County Officer, Neva Jean Hissong, Assist-
ant Historian. NOT PICTURED: Janet Baker, President,
Janet O'Dell, Second Vice President.
did odd jobs for people in the community, supple-
mented the club's treasury.
One of the main events of the spring was a style
revue presented by the organization in connection
with the home economics department. The girls
modeled their own creations for a sizeable audience
in the gym.
HOMEMAKERS SPONSOR ANNUAL STYLE REVIEW
FIRST ROW: Susan Cool, Jeanie Fur-
long, Kay Lyn Ditmer, Linda Man-
son, Nancy Kerr. SECOND ROW: Isa-
bell Jones, Donna Doles, Connie
Miller, Carol Cain, Sharon Kauff-
man, Terri Abshire. THIRD ROW:
Marilyn Hoover, Barbara Cress, Cyn-
thia Rike, Sylvia Overholser, Freida
Carnell, NOT PICTURED: Sharon
FIRST ROW: Gloria Werts, Katherine
Archer, Carolyn Weikert, Marceille
Pearson, Joy Wheelock, Brenda
Whittington. SECOND ROW: Marilyn
Wright, Claudia Sandifer, Catherine
Werling, Brenda VanKirk, Connie
Stockslager, Joy Thompson. THIRD
ROW: Geraldine Vallieu, Sherry
Smith, Kathy Stine, Donna Wolfe,
Charlotte Smith, Carol Spitler. NOT
PICTURED: Fawntella Swank.
Judy Henderson Karen Shank, Juilene Hunt and Mary Crew
rehearse for the allgirl play, "What Husbands Don't Know."
DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS-Mr. Dale Cummins,
Advisor, Bill Lukens, Vice President, Barbara
Bennett, President, Karen Shank, Treasurer, Sharon
FIRST ROW: Mr. Dale Cummins, Advisor: Sunny Rae Knife,
Susan Miller, Juilene Hunt, Mary Crew, Mo Vee Mishler,
Joy Breidenbach, Susan Kerr, Sharon lddings, Secretary:
Karen Shank, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Rike, Judy
Cool, Ruth Landis, Toni Snyder, Jill Osborne, Fawntella
Swank, Sylvia Overholser, Myrna Mote. THlRD ROW: Bar-
bara Tinnerman, Carol Falb, Virginia Antonides, Sue
Poock, Sandra Sherman, Judy Henderson Barbara Ben-
nett, President, Beverly Foster. FOURTH ROW: Kent
Brown, Don Thompson, Ned Shuttleworth, Doug Midlam,
Bill Lukens, Vice President, Bill Lea, Judy Baker. NOT
PICTURED: Kay Ditmer, Sue Folker, Joyce Long, Re-
porter, Stew Miller, Mary Ann Niswonger, Janet O'Dell,
DRAMA CLUB PRODUCES FULL 3-ACT PLAY
Such quotations as "To be or not to be"
or "What light by yonder window shines"
might be overheard as the Dramatics Club
rehearses tor another play. Its activities in-
cluded building a few stage props, and per-
forming several comedy plays, one with a
cast entirely of girls entitled, "What Hus-
bands Don't Know."
To give students a chance to exhibit their
theatrical abilities and to prepare them for
the class plays is the purpose of the Dra-
FIRST ROW Movee Mushler Sharon Iddungs Joy Breudenbach Sandue
Arnold SECOND ROW Carol Dutmer Barbara Bennett Sylvua Over
holser Susue Lees Beverly Foster Sandra Beard THIRD ROW Sue
Poock Charles Cooksey Stewart Muller Vernon Smedley Fred
Detter Ian Pemberton Sam Helmuclc Bob Herz Kent Brown Mr
Dale Cummuns Durector
CLASS OF 58 PROVES THEATRICAL ABILITY
No Boys Allowed a mystery comedy un three
acts was presented March 22 1957 by the uunuor
class under the durectuon ot Mr Dale Cummuns
The play was centered around a slumber party
Ruta Baxter was guxung for her gurlfruends Thungs
began poppung when Rutas beau Fred was caught
kussung some blond at the aurport Excutement
reugned as a Mudnught Prowler who had been terru
tyung the neughborhood for weeks made hus trught
enung appearance To make thungs worse the boys
dressed un gurls clothung and trued to pass them
selves off as gurls at the slumber party
The auduence was kept un stutches and on the
edges of theur seats untul the mystery man was
caught and the cast made theur funal bows
Beluruda Joy Breudenbach receuves call provung Freds unnocence
But shell never tell nor wull Kent Brown or Bobby Herz
Heroes Vernon Smedley and Stew Muller capture mystery man
MoVee Mushler un dutguuse
After berng squeezed by Mr Mudnught the cook portrayed by
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This years sensor play Sno Haven was pre
sented IH the hugh school audrtorlum on November
l5 Composung the cast were l9 sensors all under
the dlrectuon of Mr Dale Cummins
The production took place an the lounge of a resort
hotel Snow Haven It was located In an Isolated
area and a furxous snow storm had made roads
The only group of guests who managed to get
through was the Hawthorne party The proprletress
frankly told them that all other reservatuons had been
cancelled consequently they all looked forward to
a somewhat uneventful tlme All thus changed when
they discovered that a rung of saboteurs had been
traced to their home town and were heading north
In an effort to escape to Canada When addttlonal
guests began arriving seeklng lodging each was
scrutlnlzed wuth suspncnon as he admltted he was
headnng for Canada
Portraytng the maud Sue Poock clanms her rnnstress us very partuc
ular about dust on the furnnture
Communust agent Dnanne New ns captured by the llttle heroine
Mo Vee Mnshler
SENlOR PLAY CAST FIRST ROW Sylvla Overholser, Joy Brelden
bach, Sue Poock Judy Baker, Mo Vee Mnshler Tom Snyder, Beverly
Foster, Sharon lddrngs Dnanne New SECOND ROW Lmda Carroll,
Mr Dale Cumrnuns Dtrector, Kent Brown Kent Kleprnger Eddte
Menker Stage Manager Vernon Smedley Barbara Bennett, Stewart
Muller, Frank Bauer Stage Manager, Bob Herz Mark Halnlune
Stage Manager, Gary Roush John Nnhrzer Benny Carroll Cathenne
Stoffel and Connne Oburn Student Dtrectors
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QUEEN AND HER COURT REIGN OVER
During one of the most tltrilling moments
of lwer life, Barbara Bennett is crowned
Miss Homecoming Queen of 1958.
The traditional kiss by co-captains Allan
Swigart and Sam Helmick makes the
crowning ot the Queen quite official.
The Second PVlZ9'VYl"mln9 float is Spomoffd bv th? .Sophomore "Rob the Pirates" is tl'ie theme carried out by the float sponsored
Cl6SS, hand had BS ITS theme HPOUUCG Th? plfales- R'd'n9 on the by the Girls' Athletic Organization, This float, which won the third
float 15 JoAnn Glf19VlClW, escorted bb' Linda Rallqfon and JOYCE prize, carries Jody Thompson, GAA candidate, and Marlene Beck,
LOHQ- posing as a pirate.
1957 HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES
Susan Jones, Freshman Attendant, Mary Crew, Senior Attend-
ant, Barbara Bennett, Queen, Judy Snyder, Junior Attendant,
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Winning first place in the Homecoming parade and a prize of S10 was the
iunior class float. Judy Snyder is escorted by Karen Shank and Carol Falb
on this float with the theme, "Sink the Pirates."
JoAnn Gingrich, Sophomore Attendant,
Climaxing the football season was Home-
coming, the most eagerlyhanticipated foot-
ball event of the year. Students began prep-
arations weeks in advance by working on
their class and club floats and practicing
The name of the queen, Barbara Bennett,
was not revealed until just before the game,
when she was crowned by the 1956 Home-
coming Queen, Toni Snyder. Queen Bar-
bara's court consisted of Mary Crew, Judy
Snyder, JoAnn Gingrich, and Susan Jones.
The Queen reigned over the night's activities
and helped the team on to victory, 13-6 over
This year's Queen was the second girl
chosen from the Class of '58 to hold the
coveted title. Never having happened be-
fore, it was quite an honor for the seniors.
Honoring the queen and her court, the
Red and White Swirl, sponsored by the
GAA., was held in the cafeteria following
LOCAL "ROYALTY" ADDS COLOR TO
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SWEETHEART HOP QUEEN AND COURT
Jutlene Hunt Junnor Attendant MARY CREW Queen Ltnda Rathfon
Sophomore Attendant Carol Garrtson Freshman Attendant Guests of
honor at the annual GAA Sweetheart Hop were Queen Mary and her
attendants They were elected by the varsuty football team and presuded
over the St Valentines Day dance
mtnated by h r cla s Barbara was
elected by popular vote of the student
body from among seue al candtdates Qhe
retgned over the autumn Homecomtng
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SCHOOL COMMUNITY LIFE
Fall Festnval Queen
A panel of buslness and professtonal people selected Sue from
large group of gurls to reagn at the Fal Festival a year
comrnuruty affair Her attendants were Beverly Foster and
Carol a lunror at Mtlton Unlon was selected by a group of
local nnerchants to wear the crown at West Mnlton s sesqulcen
tenmal She and her court presnded over the weeks celebratnon
Fall Fair Queen
An honor bestowed annually by The FFA IS the posltlon
of Fall Farr Queen Cathenne Stoffel was chosen thus year
and attended by her court occupled the throne durnng the
banquet and exhtbnts sponsored by the club
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Participating in the Southwestern Buckeye League
in such sports as basketball, tootball,
baseball, track and golt, Milton-Union athletes
demonstrate the well-balanced schedule
ot studies and athletics. Behind each team,
in victory and deteat,
is an enthusiastic crowd including students,
school administration and local citizens.
interscholastic sports are extremely valuable to
a growing student to give him needed
recognition by his tellow students and to
provide him with an opportunity
to show his sportsmanship-an important duality
in growing up. Athletics promotes
school spirit which molds our school into a
single unit, working together.
FIRST ROW: Bobby Ginn, Mascot, Dean Clinefelter, Jerry Oaks, Scott Lair, Jack Waymire, Kent Brown. SECOND ROW: Doug Lyons,
Terry CUmmln5, JSHY HU9lW9S, Stew Mlllef, 5am l'lelmiCl4, Allan Manager, Danny Hancock, Manager, Allen Netzley, Doug Steiner,
Swigart, Vernon Smedley, Dewitt Sanditer, Charles Cooksey, Steve Michaels, Ronnie Berner, Terry Humphrey, Roger Mote, Jack
MILTON-UNION BULLDOGS TAKE
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Danny Hancock, manager, cleans the mud off the spikes of Roger
Mote, Dean Clinefelter and Jerry Oaks.
Posing with coaches Bob Long and William Ginn is the football
mascot, Bobby Ginn.
Walther, Paul Stepp, lan Pemberton, Gary Studebaker, Bob Herz,
Steve Fetter, Pat Mote, Managerg'Mr. Bob Long, Head Coach.
THIRD ROW. Mr. William Ginn, Coach, Teddy Oaks, Dewitt Jay,
Bill Smith, Jim Oburn, Karl Williams, Ralph Hildebrand, Sherman
Lucous, Glen Kendall, Greg Ditmer, Dick Wheelock, Barry Brown,
Tom Gray, Joel Vanclerburg, Tom Wagner.
FOURTH PLACE IN SOUTHWESTERN BUCKEYE LEAGUE
Coached by Mr. Bob Long and his assistant, Mr.
William Ginn, the Milton-Union Bulldogs closed the
'57 season with a fourth place in the Southwestern
After getting oft on the wrong foot, the Bulldogs
started the ball rolling by defeating Oakwood 38-26.
The most outstanding game of the year was the
Homecoming game, where the Bulldogs beat the
West Carrollton Pirates l2-6. West Carrollton, up
to this time, had not been scored against.
Sam Helmick, Vernon Smedley and Allan Swigart
were captains for the '57 season. "Swag" was un-
able to participate in several games during the
middle of the season because of a foot injury he
received in a hunting accident. Neverthless, he re-
ceived a trophy for being the most valuable lineman
for the second consecutive year. Sam Helmick re-
ceived a trophy as the most valuable back.
Jerry Hughes, Sam Helmick and 'Allan Swigart
were All-League, and Vernon Smedley and Stewart
Miller were Honorable Mention All-League, along
with Dewitt Sandifer.
ALLAN SWIGART JERRY HUGHES VERNON SMEDLEY
C0-Captain Guard Co-Captain
Tackle All-League Quarterback
Berner tries to free Smedley from
West Carrollton tacklers.
Helmick ancl Waymire bring down
a West Carrollton ball carrier.
BEST GRIDIRCN STARS
1957 GRIDIRON SCORES
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Smedley Ronme Berner Bobby Gunn Mascot SECOND ROW Dewitt Mrshler Jon Wndener Stew Muller Captaun
HOOPSTERS FIND GOING SLOW AGAINST
Three returnnng lettermen and elght squadmen
who moved up from the reserves formed the I957
58 varslty basketball team Although the boys played
thelr hearts out they came up wuth a record of one
wln and twelve losses
To start off the season the Bulldogs met the Farr
born Flyers and the Belmont Blsons on the same
weekend Having lost both games the team looked
forward to the game at Colonel Whlte where they
also met defeat Next on the schedule was Puqua The
Bulldogs put up a good frght but the lndlans put
up a better one and won by a score of 64 48
Next came the Holiday Tournament at the Hobart
Arena In the tournament the Bulldogs met two
Starting a new fiscal year the Bulldogs met the
Golden Eagles of Eaton and were agaln beaten The
second game of the year was Madison This game
was lost In an overtlme At Oakwood the Bulldogs
were defeated 50 29
The next game was played agamst Butler and
here the team won Its frrst game 58 57 m another
The Tnpp Cnty Roosevelt and West Carrollton
games were lost also
Although the Bulldogs lost the largest percentage
of their games they stnll maintained a hugh splrxt
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FIRST ROW: John Bradshaw, Terry Humphrey, Danny Hancock, Brown SECOND ROW Mr William Ballinger Coach Bob Miller
Dennis Varvel, Junior Paulus, Larry Koogler, Garry Koogler, Keith Max Warner Bill Johnston Fred Detter Dick Felter Jon Warner
BULLDOGS CAPTURE CHAMPIONSHIP
"Second best" has been the past record of the
Milton-Union Varsity baseball team, for they have
finished second in league play for the last three
years. The 1957 diamondmen captured the South-
western Buckeye League Championship with a rec-
ord of six wins and one loss in league play. They
were defeated by West Carrollton 9-5.
Due to the fact that eight of the 1957 squad have
graduated, Coach Bill Ballinger states the 1958 team
will have to be rebuilt around pitcher Terry Hum-
phrey and second baseman Vernon Smedley.
These standouts together with the returning var-
sity men have high hopes of maintaining their title
Larry Koogler, Milton-Union catcher, hits a sharp base hn
TRACK TEAM. FIRST ROW: Jack Waymire, Ivan Harry, Terry Cum.
mins, Gary Studebaker, Ray Hoover. SECOND ROW: Bill Lukens,
Jack Walther, Mike Wieser, Vernon Smedley, Jesse Haines, Jon
ln the spring of the year, a young man's fancy
turns to thoughts of track. As soon as the snow
melts and the ground dries, the track team starts
practicing for its meets.,
The Bulldogs participated in several dual and tri-
angle meets. They also took part in the Madison
Relays, Troy Relays, Dayton Relays and the League
Widener, Mr. William Ginn, Coach. NOT PICTURED: Scott Williams,
Fred Sanders, Dwaine Roush, David Stine, Larry Pinkerton, David
and District meets. The Southwestern Buckeye League
meet was held at West Carrollton where Milton took
Although he did not participate, Dave Shellhaas
was eligible for the State Meet, which was held at
CINDERMEN HOLD MILE RELAY AT WEST CARROLLTON
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The newest sport at Milton-
Union is the golf team, which
was three years old iq l957.
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Competing with top Miami
Valley teams, such as West Car-
rollton and Piqua, the golfers
failed to come up with a win.
Joel Walker was the number
one man and Stew Miller was
number two. Sandy Poling moved
up to the third place slot and
Bob Wertz took over fourth
place. Jerry Minnich made the
team complete as fifth place
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the ardent golf enthusiast, Mr.
L John A. Williams, as coach of the
GOLF TEAM: Joel Walker, Jerry Minnich, Stewart Miller, Sandy Poling, Bob Wertz, Mr. John
A. Williams, Coach.
FIRST ROW Richard Johnson Marvm Rue Davld Kendall Terry
Elliott Tom Shuff Ruchard Nnhnzer Chuck Green Kent Urmey
John Bradshaw Sam Knnfe Kelth Brown SECOND ROW Ronme
Mnkel Manager Jam Oaks Ronme Shellhammer Pat Holder Tom
Gmgrlch Russell Fnsher Owen Rose Kay Hunt Roy Jay THIRD
ROW Mr Wzlluam Ballmger Head Coach Tom Smuth Jam Boyer
Greg Stoltz Davnd Wnlluams John Laughman Arne Vanderburg
Corky OCallaghan Larry Becker Benny Nanknvell Mr Herbert
lannone Assistant Coach FOURTH ROW Davld Lleser Steve Roush
Walter Rentz Jerry Pnnkerton Ken Cryder Jeff Hess Make Strawser
Bob Pyle Jnm Crawford
JUNIOR GRIDMEN MEET ONE DEFEAT
Under the leadership of Head Coach Wulllam
Ballmger and Assustant Coach Herbert lannone, the
Mnlton Union Bullpups had a very successful year
The 57 season was almost perfect muffed only by
Vandalla Butler 206
Thus ball club produced a lot of good maternal
for Mr Robert Long, head coach of the varsity
The underclassmen gam experience and have hopes
for the followung years The boys look forward to
making the varsuty team
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCORES
Freshman basketball, under the dlrectlon of Coach
Herbert lannone was not up to par thus year Allan
Dexter, John Bradshaw, Roy Jay Rnchard Nnhlzer,
Kent Urmey, Sammy Knlfe, Bob Wudener and Don
Overholser were all struggling for a place on the
Under the guidance of Mr Wllluam Ballmger, the
Mtlton Union Bullpups experlenced a disheartening
season wlth O wnns and 6 losses The squad con
snsted of 31 boys Stnce a large number of them are
7Lh graders they look forward to successful years
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FIRST ROW: Pat Holder, Larry Becker, Stanley Jones, Tom Gingrich,
Russell Fisher, Larry Minton, Butch Heisey, Steve Roush, Ted Krug,
Jimmy Boyer, Manager, Mr. William Ballinger, Coach. SECOND
ROW: Steve Schmermund, Eugene Ross, Steve Cymbala, Corky
O'Callaghan, Steve Henderson, Jim Penny, David Lieser, Steve
Overholser, Barry Hart, Jerry Pearson, Ben Nankivell. THIRD ROW:
Jim Diley, Jim Crawford, Greg Stoltz, Dick Johnston, Don Diley,
Jim Smith, Ken Cryder, Jerry Pinkerton, Walter Rentz,-J. D. Kelly,
FRESHMAN TEAM FINDS GOING ROUGH
FIRST ROW: Roy Wooley, Manager, Ronnie Shellhammer, Marvin
Rue, Gary Goffinet, Tommy Smith, Terry Elliott, Roy Jay, Rodney
McDowell, John Bradshaw, Richard Nihizer, George Brandt, Manager.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Herbert lannone, Coach, Jerry Jones, Kent
Urmey, Allan Dexter, Bob Widener, Ronnie Mikel, Sam Knife, Don
Overholser, Ned Mote, Don Webb.
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAMHEIRST ROW: Sharon lddings, Judy Mo Vee Mishler, Marlene Beck, SECOND ROW: Sandra Sherman,
Snyder, Juilene Hunt, Catherine Stoffel, Nancy Varvel, Judy Thomp- Timer, Mrs. Nellie Waymire, Coach. NOT PICTURED: Judy Baker,
son, Carol Falb, Barbara Bennett, Jill Ganger, Connie Oburn, Toni Scorer, Sunny Knife, Manager, Karen Shank.
Snyder, Madilyn Burns, Judy Hildebrand, Judy Webb, Mary Crew,
VOLLEYBALL TEAMS' SCORES LOW, SPIRITS HIGH
RESERVE VOLLEYBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: Karen Swisher, Sheryll Hart, Susan Miller, Linda
Rathfon, Janet Smith, Cynthia Cress, Jane Harshbarger, Connie Thompson, Nancy Strawser.
SECOND ROW: Susan Kerr, Jane Brewer, Doris Barnes, Ruth Landis, JoAnn Gingrich, Judy
Sherman, Judy Henderson, Judy Tyson, Joanne Macy, Joy Wheelock, Mrs. Nellie Waymire, Coach.
FIRST ROW: Connie Oburn, Joyce Spitler, Juilene Hunt, Fawn- Barbara Bennett, Judy Thompson, Judy Webb, Sandra Sherman,
tella Swank, Marlene Beck, Nancy Varvel, Judy Snyder, SEC. Timekeeper, Mrs. Nellie Waymire, Coach. NOT PICTURED: Toni
OND ROW: Judy Baker, Scorekeeper, Karen Shank, Carol Falb,
GIRL "HOOPSTERS" MAINTAIN BULLDOG SPIRIT
Identical records of one win and four losses were
acquired by the varsity and reserve volleyball teams.
Both victories were scored against Covington. Al-
though the girls played a fine defensive game, they
fell down in their offensive playing.
With half the season still ahead of them, the var-
sity basketball team had two defeats and one victory.
In addition to their regular schedule, they played the
alumnae team twice and defeated them both times.
FIRST ROW: Sandra Marcum, Manager: Susan Miller, Sara Oyer,
Connie Thompson, Janet Smith, Linda Rathfon, Joanne Fetters,
Claudia Sandifer, Manager. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Judy Swank, Coach,
Joanne Macy, Jane Brewer, Virginia Antonides, Judy Henderson,
Judy Sherman, Jo Ann Gingrich, Jane Harshbarger, Joy Wheelock.
HOURS . .
Some oT The nwosT 'enwenwbered momenT
high schooi days e'e Those hours
spenT in soliiudeeesmdying, reading,
or iUsT relaxing.
IT is during These oiJieT nwornenTs ThaT STU-
denTs gain The exT'a incenTive
To carry on when Things go wrong.
in These hoors sTo:TenTs Tino Tinwe To
Think about Their
problems and Thus gain a clearer under-
sTanding of Therns-ewes and
PORTALS OF HIGHER HALLS OF LEARNING
FIRST ROW Jane Fetters June
Fryman Gary Helsey Barry
Hart Joyce Goffrnet Marulyn
Furlong SECOND ROW Douglas
Hunley John Dowler Ann Elle
man Theresa Fme Sally Gruffnn
Elizabeth Holmes THIRD ROW
Jack Evans Joyce Gibbs Bully
Dnley Allen Grlse Janne Gang
rnch Secretary NOT PICTURED
Eldon Flora Steve Henderson
FIRST ROW Karen Anderson
Gary Beard Mary Ellen Brnght
Barbara Dlckson Donald Booh
Jamalee Dearth SECOND
ROW Janet Dntmer Bully Burton
Dawson Cress Darlene Besecker
Kenny Brumbaugh THIRD ROW
Mary Bare Davld Brewer Stan
ley Davls Lnnda Arnold Tom
Berry Judy Brewer
FIRST ROW Wnllnam Keener
Lsnda Mnnnuch Reporter James
Knught Donna Mergler Lawrence
Knser James Klnsey SECOND
ROW Mass Sandra Jones Ad
vnsor Dale Lesher Peggy Kress
Sandra Macy Donald Lucous
Rebecca Maxwell Mrs Kather
me Schul Advisor THIRD ROW
Mary Murnrna James lddlngs
Gerald Knufe Ruchard Johnston
Otls Mead Catherrne Lukens
NOT PICTURED Steve Krug
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FIRST Row Corky ocallag
han Steven Overholser
Jerry Pearson Dale Prerce
Kenneth Rohrer SECOND
ROW James Moore Eugene
Ross Gerald Mukel Tom
Muller THIRD ROW Curtis
Ogan Jerry Pnnkerton Larry
Mrnton James Oaks Ricky
Robinson NOT PICTURED
Kenneth Ma tus Rober
Menker Benny Nanklvell
FIRST ROW Peggy Swusher
Rrchard Wehrly Nedette
Smrth Carol Waymnre Cecll
Webb Davrd Vallleu SEC
OND ROW: Nancy Stoner,
Treasurer: Sheryl Victor, Ruth
Sanders, Jane Walker, Jane
Waymire, Chuck Tinnerman.
THIRD ROW: Elmer Werling,
Beverly Titcornbe, Gary
Wackler, Billy Warner, Sue
Sollenberger, J va Je
Spitler, Ruth Anne Shelley.
FIRST ROW Steven Schmer
mund Ralph Srrnmons Lrnda
Neff Rena Netzley Eugene
Sprtler John Snell SECOND
ROW Larry Shaw Bettne
Rhoades Bonnre Purkeyprle
Rrchard Schellhaas R u t h
Nuhuzer B o b b y Strrnger
THIRD ROW Make Strawser
Steven Saul Alonzo Sowers
James Smrth Scott Snyder
ngela Rentz n I e
8th GRADE STUDENTS FIND THEMSELVES
FIRST ROW: Patty Green, Pat
Holder, President, Mark
Hershberger, William Heisey,
Eugene Hildebrand, Joyce
Hoover, Shannon Harsh-
barger. SECOND ROW: Mrs.
Esther Knife, Advisor, Sue
Hemmerick, K a y Hunt,
Karen Iddings, Secretary:
Julia Hall, Carolyn Harry,
Marilyn Harry. THIRD ROW:
Sandra Haynes, Samuel
Howell, Dale Hughes, Di-
anne Howard, Jeffrey Hess,
Jerry Hahan. NOT PICTURED:
Tom Gingrich, Vice Presi-
dent: James Goudy.
FIRST ROW: Larry Becker,
Robert Bischer, Jerry Bel-
cher, Eleanor Albert, Sandra
Bent, Lilliemae Burnside,
William Brown, Jim Boyer.
SECOND ROW: Barbara Batt-
son, Kay Blackmore, Jane
Blackmore, Sharon Bohse,
Jody Bradshaw, Kenneth
Baker. THIRD ROW: Terry
Beetley, Larry Beetley, Ron-
ald Belcher, Cheryl Beeman,
Judy Buehler, Carol Blanton,
FIRST ROW: Richard Dearth,
Stephen Cyrnbala, Carolyn
Deubner, Buddy Dennis,
Byron Donohoo. SECOND
ROW: James Crawford, Di-
ana Cool, Treasurer:Ann Cor-
rello, Becky Dearth, Donna
Daniels, Judy Ditmer, THIRD
ROW: Phyllis Collins, Larry
Furlong, Russ ell Fisher,
Franklin Fulton, Paige Dit-
mer. NOT PICTURED: Ken
Cryder, Patsy Cummins,
James Diley, Karen Dyke,
FIRST ROW: Sally Jay, Mary Lou
Miller, Ted Krug, Mary Lam-
bert, Beverly Moore, Linda
Lehman. SECOND ROW: Doris
Johnson, David Lieser, Diana
Lybarger, Stanley Jones, Rich-
ard Manson, Linda Pfeiffer.
THIRD ROW: Janice Lowry, Rich-
ard Jackson, Mark Lutz, James
Penny, Robert Patterson, J. D.
Kelly, Mary Kessler, NOT PIC-
TURED: Gayle Lavey, John
Laughman, Marilyn Null.
ONE STEP NEARER TO GOAL
FIRST ROW: John Spencer, Ken-
neth Spitler, Gay Simmons, Con-
nie Ronicker, Carolyn Sowry,
Karen Spears, Betty Sowry.
SECOND ROW: Bonnie Shauer,
Bobby Sue Rogers, Louise
Spitler, Steven Roush, Robert
Pyle, Beverly Sexauer, Glenna
Rumble. THIRD ROW: Martha
Spitler, Reporter: Lowell Puter-
baugh, Owen Rose, Walter
Rentz, Roy Steele, Linda Rentz,
FIRST ROW: Betty Zellers, Linda
Strawser, Richard Stine, Bar-
bara Wagner, Jim Titcombe, Jim
Worrell, Pam Varvel. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Rudolph Burger, Ad-
visor, Arne Vanderburg, Roy
VanDyke, David Watson, Mar-
vin Warner, John Stringer, Greg-
ory Stoltz. THIRD ROW: Vir-
ginia Weaver, Jerry Webb,
David Truitt, Dwaine Swath-
wood, Samuel Wyrick, Nancy
Warner. NOT PICTURED: David
PARTIES, CLUBS, SPORTS AND
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS-LEFT TO RIGHT: Sue Dickey, Historian, Ronnie
Berner, President, John Bradshaw, Treasurer, Allan Dexter, Reporter, Mrs. Lorene
Kauffman, Advisor, Mr. Jack Adams, Advisor, Wilma Neff, Historian, Carol
Garrison, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Mary Freeman, Historian, Sammy Knife,
Feeling like "greenhorns," the fresh-
man class entered into high school life
with high hopes. They soon discovered
that being an upperclassman has many
advantages and privileges denied to ele-
mentary and iunior high students.
For the first time their course of study
was not planned by the principal, and
they were permitted to join most of the
clubs. Many were quite active, in spite
of the fact that it was their first year in
Freshman candidate for Homecoming,
Susan Jones, was elected to the Queen's
court, and Pam Hood and Sue Dickey be-
came cheerleaders on the varsity squad.
Several boys held positions on the foot-
ball and basketball teams, with Ralph
Hildebrand making the varsity team in
football, and Ronnie Berner playing both
varsity football and basketball.
' .. Theresa Abshire
" is f f Allen Albaugh
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' 5 'N Douglas Baker
' ' Judith Battson
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V , i Elaine Bohse
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L H M . Q., ,f ' 'pa' ' 1 John Bradshaw
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,I X Roger Brooke
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V? H '0 'D iv, i 1' . 4 Alice Brumbaugl
i d ,' A I , A ' I M an Carol Cain
'W ' . W I ' ' el' Bonnie Callicoat
M N ' A". ' Freida Carnell
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Class was a dance called the "Football Finale," the
class's first money-making proiect. They also en-
tered floats in the Sesquicentennial and Homecoming
parades, both entries winning second prize. An-
other exciting experience was serving at the Junior-
Senior Banquet, given in honor of the seniors.
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NEARING THE HALFWAY MARK
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3 VVAA l ty vu-f Michael Cymbala
While they eagerly awaited their junior year, the
sophomores participated in many activities such as
drill team, band, maiorettes, cheerleading, basket-
ball and football teams and numerous clubs.
As the year drew to a close, the Sophomores
planned to add even more activities, and looked
forward to a prosperous iunior year.
Carolyn F rlong
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Planning a Soplriomore Class party are Carol Ehlers Jim
Smith Sfeve Michaels and advisor Mr. Dale Cummins.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-FIRST ROW: Linda Rath-
fon, Reporierg Susan Miller, Presidenrg Mrs. Mildred
Warner, Assistant Advisor. SECOND ROW: Jesse Haines,
Vice Presidenff Carol Ehlers, Treasurer: Mr. Dale Cum-
mins, Advisor. NOT PICTURED: Joyce Long, Secretary.
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DESIRE FOR FAIR PLAY A LITTLE WORK
Its the begnnnung of another day as Sara Oyer mounts the from
steps of the hugh school
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Mary Ann Nnswonger
Dnscussnng theur grades before taking them home for parents
nnspectuon are Jane Brewer and JoAnn Gnngruch
PLUS A SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE
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baker, Vice Presidentg Judy Snyder, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Edith Noble,
Advisor- John Widener President- Bill Lukens Reporter- Ray Hoover Treasurer.
JUNIORS EXPERIENCE BUSY YEAR
Tackling their next to the last year with
enthusiasm, the iuniors found their goal almost
in sight. The year brought forth many new iobs
and opportunities. The class earned hours to-
ward their senior trip by working in the candy
booth, selling concessions at games and clean-
ing up after them.
A iaunt to Dayton for Career Day stirred ex-
citement in the fall, and Homecoming brought
honors with the class's float winning first place.
Class rings arrived in December, and each
member displayed his proudly.
Spring found the busy iuniors rehearsing
and producing their class play, "Stop the Wed-
ding," and preparing for the Prom.
Candles in hand, they lead the seniors up
the aisle at commencement, and wondered with
eager anticipation what the next year would
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Jack Wayrmre and Terry Thompson load candy
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GUIDED BY ABLE LEADERS, SENIOR CLASS
To earn hours toward the senior trip, Sylvia Overholser, Marcia
Pinkerton and Charlene Helsey operate the coat check for a
home basketball game.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Robert Kremer,
Advisory Barbara Bennett, Secreraryg Mr. Fred Bittle, Advisor:
Vernon Smedley, Presidentg Catherine Stotfel, Reporter: Mo
Vee Mishler, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Stewart Miller, Vice
Building up their senior class treasury, Steve
Wheelock and Connie Oburn, high salesmen for
the magazine drive, turn in money to Vernon
Neal Weaver and Dorothy Seabrook take time out
from their studies to exchange senior class plc
RECALLS FOUR EVENTFUL YEARS
With eleven years of scholastic training behind
them the Senior Class of T958 faced the most dif
fucult but also the most exciting year of all At long
last they were seniors' They showed their influence
by holding important offices in the high school or
ganuzatuons and participating in many varsity sports
But along with all the privileges came a lot of
hard work Some found It difficult to keep up with
their crowded schedules while others went further
and applied for various scholarships
Adding to the years excitement was the class
play Snow Haven and the memorable night of
the Junior Senior Prom
Selling candy shoe spray fire extinguishers
Christmas tree snow and magazines and working
on their many paper drives managed to occupy most
of their spare time but the tour to Washington
D C and New York City proved to be worth every
Realization that their high school days were nearly
over came as they received their senior pictures
announcements and address cards As the year drew
to a close the seniors began to prepare seriously
for the future Many had in mind working others
college a few marriage But each had the desire
to prosper in his field
One last fling was enloyed in the form of a well
planned and entertaining assembly followed by the
traditional senior picnic
The climax did come all too soon and with it
a strange solemnity Commencement was held on
May 27 preceded by baccalaureate on May 25 In
robes of blue and white the class marched up the
aisle flanked by lighted tapers to receive the prized
token of their achievement a diploma
Time will erase the names and faces but their
Happy Hours at Milton High will never be for
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for her cap and gown.
Counting money for tlrie senior class treasury, Carol Ditmer and Mark
get ready to deposit the weekly receipts,
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OF STUDYING FOR TESTS, ENJOYING PARTIES,
MR. FRED L. BITTLE
Advisor of Science Club, Seniors of 1958, Audio-Visual
Aids Director, Instructor of Biology, General Science.
MR. ROBERT E. KREMER
Advisor of .J.C.W.A., Seniors of 1958, Instructor of
Geography, Ohio History, World History,
Chorus i, 3, A, Library Staff 3, A.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
DANCING AT PROMS, PLANNING FOR
Band 2, Class Play 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Drill Team
4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball l, 2, 3,
Volleyball 2, Reporters Club 2.
Band l, 2, 3, Chorus l, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Dramatics
Club 3, FBLA l, 2, 3, 4, FHA l, 2, 3, GAA 'l, SCierlCe
GAA l, 4, Hall Monitor l, interscholastic Basketball l,
4, Volleyball l, 4, Office Work 4.
Annual Staff 3, 4, Band 'l, 2, Bulldog Bark Staff 3, Class
Play 3, 4, Class Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Secretary 4, DAR
Test 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, President 4, Drill Team 4,
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Hall Monitor 3, Honor
Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Homecoming
Queen 4, interscholastic Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 3,
4, JCWA 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Miami
Scholarship Team 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4,
Student Council 4.
COLLEGE . . .
Transferred from Connecticut 4.
Annual Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Bulldog Bark Editor 3,
Chorus 2, Class Play 3, 4, Class Reporter 2, Dramatics
Club 4, Drill Team 3, 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Representative
4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball l, 2,
3, Miami Scholarship l, 2, 3, Reporters Club 2, Senior
Scholarship Team 4.
Hi-Y 4, lnterscholastic Football 3.
Band T, 25 Class Secretary 2, Reporter 35 Dramatics Club
3, 45 Drill Team.4, Reporter 45 GAA T, 2, 3, 45 Hall
Monitor 35 Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice
President 45 Homecoming Attendant 45 lnterscholastic
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Senior Scholarship
Team 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4.
Class Play, Student Director 35 GAA 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor
lg Miami Scholarship Team T.
Band T, 2, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 FFA
'l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, State Southern
Sectional Vice President 45 Hall Monitor 3, 45 Hi-Y 3,
4, Sergeant-at-arms 45 Interscholastic Football T, 3, 45
JCWA 45 Manager, Athletic Team 25 Senior Scholarship
Chorus 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor l, 25 Inter-
scholastic Basketball I, 2, Volleyball 45 Office Work 2,
35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Class Play 45 Industrial Arts Club 25 Interscholastic Bas-
ketball T, Football lg Science Club l, 2.
Class Play 45 FTA I5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Miami
Scholarship Team T5 Senior Scholarship Team 4.
FFA l, 25 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 lnterscholastic Football
2, 3, 45 Miami Scholarship Team l, 2, 35 Science Club
T, 25 Senior Scholarship Team 4.
MEMORIZING CLASS PLAYS,
Hall Monitor 2, 3, Industrial Arts Club 2, lnterscholastic
Football 2, 3, 4, Science Club I.
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
Annual Staff 3, -1, Co-Editor -1, Band I, 2, Bulldog Bark
Staff 3, Class Play 3, 4, DAR Test A, Dramatics Club
3, 4, Drill Team -4, Fall Fair Attendant 2, Queen 3,
GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Honor Society 2, 3, A,
Interscholastic Volleyball 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4,
Student Council I, 2, Sweetheart Hop Attendant 2, 3.
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor I, Hi-Y 3, Industrial
Arts Club I, 2, Science Club I, 2, 3, A.
Band I, Chorus I, FBLA I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Representative
3, Vice President 4, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Office
Work 3, 4.
EARNING TOWARD SENIOR TRIP,
Chorus 2, 3, Drill Team 3, 4, FBLA 2, 3 4 Secretary
GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Office Work 3, 4.
Chorus I, FTA I, Industrial Arts Club 2 3 4 Science
FFA I, 2, 3, A, Treasurer 4
Band 'l, 2, FHA 'lg GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic
Volleyball 4, Library Staff lg Office Work 3, 4.
NEVA JEAN H ISSONG
Chorus 3, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor lg Library Staff
I, Office Work 4.
Hall Monitor 4, Miami Scholarship Team 2, Senior
Scholarship Team 4.
Chorus 'l, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 'lf Office
Class Play 3, Class President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3,
Chorus l,'2, interscholastic Baseball 1, Basketball l, 2,
3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track 1, Varsity
"M" 3, 4.
Class Play 3, 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Interscholastic
Football l, 4.
COMPLETING YEAR, SENIOR ASSEMBLY
Interscholastic Football 2, 3, 4.
Chorus I, 2, Class Play 3, 4, Class Vice President I,
Treasurer 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Drill
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, GAA 'I, 2, 3, 4, Reporter
Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Honor Society 2, 3,
Interscholastic Basketball I, 2, 3, Volleyball 3, 4, Miami
Scholarship Team 'I, 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Stu- '
dent Council 2, 3, 4.
Band I, Chorus I, 4, Office Work 3, 4, Senior Scholar-
ship Team 4.
Class Play 4, Industrial Arts Club 2,
Transferred from Versailles 4.
PROVIDES ENTERTAINMENT FOR
FACULTY . .
Chorus 3, FBLA I, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Historian
4, FHA 2, 3, GAA I, 2, Hall Monitor I, 2, Office Work
Hall Monitor 2.
Chorus 2, Class Play 3, FBLA I, 2, 3, 4, FHA I, 2
Office work 3. '
MO VEE MISHLER
Chorus T, 2, Class Play 3, 4, Class Treasurer l, 4,
Dramatics Club 3, 4, Drill Team T, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain
4, GAA 'l, 2, 3, 4, Representative 2, Girls' State 3,
Honor Society 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2,
Volleyball 3, 4, Office Work 4, Miami Scholarship Team
2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Council I, 2,
3, 4, Secretary 2, Sweetheart Hop Attendant 1.
Transferred from Fairborn 4.
FHA l, 2, Office Work 4.
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, Office Work 4.
lnterscholastic Football 3.
Annual Staff 2, Band l, Class Play 3, 4, Class Vice
President 4, Chorus I, Dramatics Club T, 3, 4, Vice Presi-
dent 3, FTA l, Hall Monitor 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi-
dent 3, President 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
4, lnterscholastic Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Foot-
ball 3, 4, Golf T, 2, 3, Track 4, Manager, Athletic
Team l, Miami Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Senior Scholar-
ship Team 4, Varsity "M" 3, 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 2, 3, lnterscholastic Golf
2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
Chorus l, 2, Class Play, Student Director 4, FHA I,
GAA l, 2, 3, A, Hall Monitor I, 2, lnterscholastic Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Office Work I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Transferred from Phillipsburg 3, Annual Staff 4, Chorus
3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Drill Team 4, FBLA 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4, FHA 3, Office Work 3, A, Senior Scholarship
Band I, 2, 3, A, Class Play 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, A
Reporter 3, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, County Vice President 2,
Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
Chorus I, 2, interscholastic Football 2, 3, A, Miam
Scholarship Team 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 11.
LONG AWAITED SENIOR TRIP,
FHA I, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Basketball 2,
Office Work 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Band I, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Student Director 3, Class
Reporter I, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Drill Team 4, FTA
l, 2, 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Inter-
scholastic Basketball l, Volleyball I, JCWA 4, Vice
President A, Miami Scholarship Team 3, Reporters Club
l, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer
3, State Officer 3.
FHA 1, Hall Monitor 2, office work 2, 3,
Band T, 2, Chorus T, Class Play 3, 4, Class President
3, 4, lnterscholastic Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I,
2, 3, 4, Football 'l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track T, 2, 3,
4, Manager, Athletic Team I, Senior Scholarship Team
4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Presi-
dent 4, Varsity "M" 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4.
Bulldog Bark Staff I, Class President T, Chorus l, 2,
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Miami Scholarship Team 2, Science Club
I, 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4.
Bulldog Bark Staff I, 2, Chorus I, 2, Class Play 4, Hi-Y
2, interscholastic Baseball 1, Basketball T, Football I,
Reporters Club I, 2.
Class Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Chorus I, Industrial Arts
Club 2, interscholastic Baseball I, Basketball I, 3, 4,
Football I, 3, 4, Track I, Varsity 'M' 4.
Class Vice President 3, lnterscholastic Basketball I, 2, 3, 4
GAA I, Office Work, Miami Scholarship Team T, 2, 3,
Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Council 2.
Dramatics Club 3, 4, FTA 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Honor
Society 3, 4, interscholastic Basketball T, 2, 3, .ICWA
4, Secretary 4, Miami Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Senior
Scholarship Team 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
BRING YEAR TO CLOSE
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Class Play 4, Class Secretary
3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Fall Fair Queen I, GAA l, 2,
3, 4, President 4, Homecoming Queen 3, Interscholastic
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball T,
2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3.
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4.
Dramatics Club 3, 4, Drill Team 4, FHA l, FTA 3, -4,
Secretary 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Hall Monitor
2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball l,
2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Miami Scholarship Team 2,
Senior Scholarship Team 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Chorus T, 2, 3, Class Play, Student Director 4, Fall
Fair Queen 4, FBLA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Representa-
tive 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 2, Inter-
scholastic Basketball 2, Library Staff l, 2, Office Work
3, 4, Class Reporter 4.
Hall Monitor l, 2, 3, Industrial Arts Club l, 2, 3, Library
interscholastic Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Varsity
"M" 3, 4.
GAA 3, 4, Interscholastic Basketball 4, Volleyball 3, 4
JAMES VAN KIRK
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
Transferred from Tipp City 2, lnterscholastic Football 3.
Chorus 3, GAA 1, 2, 3.
GAA 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 4, Volleyball 3, A
FBLA 2, 3, 4, Office Work 3.
FFA I, 2, 3, A, Honor Society 2,
Chorus 3, FHA 2, GAA 3, Ag lnterscholastic Basketball
3, A, Volleyball 3, 4, Office Work 3, 4.
Band I, Chorus lg lnterscholastic Football I,
AGAIN END SCHOOL DAYS FOR SENIORS
CAFETERIA WORKERS. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Velma Shearer, Mrs. Cleoe Swank, Mrs. Laverne Koogler, Mrs.
Treva Ehlers, Kathryn Harshbarger. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ermal Flory, Cafeteria Manager: Mrs. May Netzley,
Mrs. Delight Shuff, Mrs. Bessie Fine, Mrs. Edna Rose, Mrs. Mary Kinnison, Mrs. Georgia Lyons. NOT
PICTURED: Mrs. Betty Mishler.
BEHIND THE SCENES THEY MAKE THE SCHOOL CLICK
CUSTODIANS. Boyd Baker, Eugene Kirby, Fred Hall.
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BUS DRIVERS. R. L. Hissong, Foreman, Leonard Fetters, Frank Herz, Otto
Ellifritz, Dan Engle, Logan Smith, Substitute, Everett Null, John Weaver,
Dale Lewis, Howard Brewer, Harley Brown, Lester Hall, Mrs. Mariorie
Albaugh, Howard Albaugh, Charles Burnside.
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All good ciTizens do eyeryThing in Their
power To aid in The
irsnporTanT Task of providing Tor
The commUniTy's ed.1caTional program.
Local rnerchanTs do 'heir
parT by supporTing The annual.
WiTh Their common inTeresT and a True spiriT
of co-operaTion, a Task ThaT
could noT be done
alone is compleTed. By Taking an
acTive inTeresT in school affairs n1erchanTs
prove Their real desire
To sUpporT The school and aid in The
developrnenT and p'osperiTy
of The comrnUniTy.
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Jaclc and Jnll wen+ up +he lull +o fefch a paul of
wa+er Jaclc fell clown and brolce Ins crown
and look his claim lmmedlafely fo BOB
KRAUS INSURANCE AGENCY where Mr Tom
Hamler will give l'1lm 'fasl' and efflclenl' service Jaclr
IS Kenl Brown Jull IS Joyce Splfler
A luHIe goes a long long way uf nfs pamf bougl1+
al FULLER HARDWARE Davld Plupps I5 +I1e mclus
Tame flles and your money wall foo unless you open a savmgs
accounl' af CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Sue Pooclz us up nn flwe aur over 'rhe wonderful serv
Ice she gels af KESSLER PLUMBING CO
Wan? +o be popular luke Tom Snyder7 Drlve a 'lhrnll
mg Ford from LUCAS MOTOR SALES The luclcy
boys are Jerry Hughes Allan Swlgar+ and Ken?
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have when your insurance IS Ialcen care of by CLYDE
HINES INSURANCE says CharloH'e Mllrel
I8 Years Licensed Plumbing
R.R. I. WEST MILTON, or-no
A penny saved is a penny earned when you keep your savings a+
MILTON SAVINGS 8: LOAN says Sandy Sherman
If you like cars as much as Charles C00lKSey does
you Il LOVE fhe new Chevy I+ s fhe sluckesf car on fhe
road and you can buy one now from Mr Bull McGraw
a+ MCG-RAW CHEVROLET CO
Gee Dad' The prices here are real cool' Connie
Oburn and Madilyn Burns fell fafher Tom Smulh
A+ fhe MIAMI STREET SUPERMARKET you always
gel' mosf of 'rhe besl for +l1e leasf
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moblle Ihrlves only on Ihe careful effnclenf a'Hen
hon he receuves a+ MEL S SERVICE STATION
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If u+s qurck and dependable servnce you wan? be
sure +o call Laura 7266! for Ihe NETZLEY OIL COM
you I'rus'I your
WEST MILTON RECORD says Marlr Hamline
Yes If you read ri' In 'Phe
The early bird cafches +he worm' declares Susue
Lees Be an early burd and make sure +ha+ all your
Insurance needs are fully covered by BYRON STON
ER INSURANCE AGENCY
Beaufy IS as beaufy does and Beaufy does rlghf
when she goes +o RACHEL ANN S BEAUTY
SHOPPE Illusfrahng 'Ihe pomi IS Sharon Iddlngs
The people ai MILTON ELECTRIC say You can be
sure If I+ s Weshnghouse Demonsfrahng a new
washer dryer combunahon IS Barbara BenneH'
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befween FRlSCH'S "Big Boy" and all ofher sand- shopping 5+ BROWN'S MARKET,
wiches," lan Pemberfon fells Larry Green.
The cloclr gol' sfuclr so Carol Difmer fool: If fo
KROPLIN JEWELERS where she is sure fo gel' fhe
besl' service af fhe lowesf price
Jeanne Furlong has fhe world af her feel' when she
wears flowers from PATTERSON S FLOWERS
friendly service everyone
receives al' BAKERS RADIO 8: TV Judy Baker IS
your begins fo curl around your ears you
need a VISI'l' fo ANDERSON S BARBER SHOP lllre
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piIIar fracior +I1a'I' is made, is
used in building farm ponds
and oiher did moving iobs
Bulldozer fifs on fron? of 'frac-
A Lorain M1 cubic yard pow-
ered shovel. Used for digging
basemenis, loading from
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WEST MILTON, OHIO
Phone Wesf Milion 330
+oo says Sylvra Overholser Have your walch
l made I+' Bu+ Id rafher due fhan go +o any drug
slore 'lhan KENNY S DRUGS' crres Gary Saul
repanred a+ MONTGOMERY S WATCH SHOP
The cream of fhe crop rs always
Jay Mar Slaclcs
Warne Brdnu DYIOSS
your new ones you
boughl 'From among +he wonderful selechon
al' POTASKY 81 YOUNT The happy gurl
wr+h +he shoes IS Mary Crew
ROARKS FURNITURE STORE
lalesl sfyles and fabrics rn furmlure for your sahsfac
'hon Shop here for your 'furmlure and you will gel'
whal' you wanl' when you wan+ I+ luke Charlene
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RUDY 8: SONS a+ Ludlow Falls feel young when your Insurance worrles are Iaken
care of by NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE M
Lawrence Prnfchard and Jlll Ganger are plcrured
IIIAIII COUNTY DAIRY C0
The proof of Ihe pudclmg us un 'Ihe eahng and 'Ihe pucldmg as so
much be'Her when you make I+ wnh mllk or cream from 'rhe MIAMI
siew m some cases
Too many cooks may spoll
buf you cannoi' go wrong when you buy your 'Food
proclucis al' HEFELFINGERS GENERAL STORE
Lynn Younr and Sam Helmlck are making 'Ihe pur
chases from sforekeeper Kelih Wnlllams
A shfch m hme saves mne says Ihe old maxum
Terry Brooke IS savmg borh 'hme and money by
'Iakmg his aulomoblle In regularly for check ups al'
'the TOWNSEND SERVICE CENTER
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If fhls is fhe house of your dreams ief your dreams
some +rue by going +0 BISER BROTHERS INC 24 'WU' AMBULANCE SERWCE
say Judy Webb and Judy Hildebrand Oxygen Epmpped
BISER BROTHERS INC
Nahonal Road Phone I4J
ENGLEWOOD wen Milfon
"l can dream, can'+ I?" asks Joyce Spifler. She is looking a+ fhe lafesi' fashions, which
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SAND AND GRAVEL READY MIX CONCRETE
Washed - Crushed - Graded Also Winterized Concrete
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"We sfudenfs wish we had chairs like fhese in our
classrooms!" sigh Janei Spifler and Lois Albert "We
don'+, of course, buf you can have fhem in your
homes. Shop and buy now ai MARKLEY FURNITURE
"Before l'II marry you, Franlr. you've goffa have
money in fhe FARMER'S STATE BANK," says Sandra
MARKLEY FARMERS STATE BANK
Furnrfure Siore 3 Nahonal Road
WEST MILTON ENGLEWOOD
Call COATE BURIAL VAULT SERVICE for sephc +anIcs and vauI'I's There you can be
sure of Ihe besi dependable service
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If you wan? servlce and depenclablldy In a new car buy one from SMEDLEY S CHEV
ROLET Vanclalla Olno Phone Twin Oalcs 8434l or 8407I
Do somefhlng abou+ all +l'1a+ wishful 'Hunlung see WILBUR E BEETLEY CONTRAC
TOR 8: BUILDER Barbara BenneH is plciured
mg clone aI' MIAMI SERVICE STATION
Lucky In love are Ihe gurls whose 'Fellows lake Ihem
cllnmg af Ihe WEST MILTON INN say Kaihernne
Sloffel and Dorofhy Seabroolz fo fheur fellows Bob
Herz and DeWuH Sandufer
FII' as a flcldle are +he Iuclcy people who buy 'lhenr
grocerles af WILLARD S MARKET Pnclurecl IS Sieve
ROY H MILLER FUNERAL HOME
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Af+er a busy day where nn +he whole world could you refresh more
comforiably 'Phan ai COOLS DRIVE INN7 Puc'rured are Neva Jean
Hussong and Lmda Carroll
eeps away say
Mmker Marcia Pmker'l'on and Marlene Beck
especially when +he apple IS chosen from among 'lhe
'Fine selechon of fresh fruufs and vegelables
af SCRANTON S FOODLINER
We +h.e l958 Annual Siaff wish +o ex
press our 'lbanks +o al who have helped +o
make our annual a success
flrsf of all +o our compefeni' advisor Miss
Lucllle Dunn who was always +here 'ro answer
our queshons Also we wash +o acknowledge
Mr Gene Coy ofH A Powell S+udlos Much
ael Humphrey Mr Max Lalr and Mr Dale
Muller whose phofographlc skulls gave our
annual some of 'I'he clearesl' plc'l'ures we ve
ever had Special credli' IS due +o Mr MaH'
From fron? +o back all +he merchandise IS a 'ferrlflc
bargain when you go 'lo HUSTON HARDWARE
w:+h Larry Fe++ers and Srephen FeHer
McCormack of +he Taylor Publlshmg Co ln
Dallas Texas Thanks +o our subscribers and
especially +o our adverhsers and pa'rrons who
fmancually supporred our book and +o Mr R
L Osborne Mr John A Wllllams and 'I'he
faculfy for 'rhelr klnd co operahon
Las+ buf by no means leas+ fhanks +o you
fhe s+uden+ body for you are +he ones who
gave our book warm+h and llfe
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BRIGHTS FARM STORE
A. W. DeFRANCES OPTOMETRIST
DEWEY S FOOD CENTER
DICKEY S CLEANERS
RICHARD E. EHLERS PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
FOGLE S MARKET
J L HAMMON M D AND H R HITTNER M D
HEISEY S BLACKSMITH 81 WELDING SHOP
HELSTERN S GARAGE
HITTLE S JEWELER 81 WATCHMAKER
FRED O HOOD INSURANCE 81 REAL ESTATE
J H IRELAND OPTOMETRIST
WARD JONES CHEVROLET
KOLTER S JEWELRY STORE
KOOGLER S POULTRY
LAURA LUMBER COMPANY
MARTINDALE S GROCERY
MIAMI COUNTY AUTO CLUB
MILLER S DEPT STORE
E T PEARSON M D
C E STOUT M D
THOMPSON MUSIC SHOP
TROY ROWLANDS FURNITURE CO
VAN S TEXACO SERVICE
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MABELLE ELLEN 81 JEAN'S DRESS SHOP Troy
Ken Harshbarger has has sughis on 'Ihe new
Olds from R W NORRIS OLDSMOBILE
Old Molher Hubbard wenf fo The cupboard
aas' Her cupboard was bare' So Fafher
Hubbard came 'Io The rescue and fool: her 'ro
dmner a+ SHAWS INN Moiher and Fa+her
Hubbard are Barbara Oda and Larry Green
There was an old lady who Ilved In a shoe
She had so many children Thai she decnded 'Io
build a house wnih supplres from The WEST
MILTON LUMBER CO The old lady IS Mo
Judy Thompson IS snfhng pre'Hy on a lovely
chalr from SHADE FURNITURE 8: APPLI
You'II be as "preHy as a pic+ure" when your porfraif is made by
H. A. POWELL STUDIOS. The smiling Iasses in 'rhe pic'rure are
Joy Breidenbach and Beverly Fos+er.
Carnell Freida 60 90
Carroll Benny 63
Carrol Linda 47 63
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Cool Judy 46 55 59 6
Cress Cynthia 4 44 6
Crew Mary 42 44
65 66 82
Cummins Terry 7 73 9
Beetley Barbara 42 49
Bennett Barbara 40 41
48 50 56 6 62
82 83 O2 5 122
Berner Ronnie 70 72 74 75 90
Bohse Elaine 1 1
Booher Richard 1 1
Booher Roger 1
Boston Barbara 11
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Breidenbach Joy 11 1 4 44 7
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Allan 40 8
Carol 4 62 4
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Sharon 11 1 36 60
Terry 11 1 105
Barry .,,,ss,, ,,,, 1 1 7 7
Craig 11 ,,,,,, 11 11 1 1 46 98
Keith 1 54 77 78 80
Brown, Kent ,,ss,,,, , 47, 50, 53, ,
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Ehlers Carol1 ,,,,,,, 42 48
Elicker Barbara 1 ..,,,,,, 1
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Burns, Madilyn1 11 1 4 ,44, 82, 6
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Callicoat, Bonnie ,,,s,s 40, 44, 51, 56, 90
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Hughes, Sharon ,,,,, 55 55 45, 52, 91
Humphrey, Michael 5 5 55 5 48, 52, 91
Humphrey, Terry ,,,, 26, 33, 46, 70,
Hunt, Juilene 5 5 5 7, 42, 44, 45, 61,
lddings, Sharon ,,,,
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Ingram, Matt 55 55 5 55 55, 57, 91
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Jacobson, Jean ,,,, 47, 52, 104, 109
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Johnson, Paul ,,,,, 91
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Jones, Isabell ,,,, 60, 91
Jones, Jerry 5 55 55 5 81, 91
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Kauffman, Shauon ,5,,, 45, 60, 91
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Kendall, Glen 5 5 53, 71, 95
Kerr, Susan 5 40
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Lair, Scott 55 5 55 70, 73, 99
Landis, Ruth 5 5
Latter, Jerry 55
Lavey, Carolyn 5
Laycock, Carol 5
Lea, Bill 5 55 5
Lees, Judy 5 5
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Long, Sandra 5 5 55555 40, 45, 51, 92
Lucous, Judy 5 555555 55 52, 92
Lucous, Sherman 5 55 5555 5 71, 96
Lukens, Bill 5 28, 43, 48, 50, 55,
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Macy, Joanne 5 5 55 54, 82, 83, 96
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Markland, Hans 55 5 99
McBride, Pat 5 55555 5 55 55 92
McDowell, Monte 5 55 52, 99
McDowell, Rodney 55.55 . 81, 92
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Ronnie 5 80, 81, 92
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Susan 5 5 3, 40, 42, 44, 45,
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Mishler, Mo Vee 26, 35, 40, 41, 45,
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Mote, Nick 5 5.55555 5 53, 92
Mote, Pat 5 5 71, 96
Mote, Preston 55 55 5 96
Mote, Roger 5 70, 99
Mote, Sharon 5 5555 .55555 5 5 92
Mumford, Glenn 5555.55555 55 55 5 99
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Newman, Theresa 5 5 5,,,,,,,,,,,,v 92
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Nihizer, Richard 5 ,55555,555-55 80, 81, 92
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Northrup, Francis 5 46, 96
Northrup, Mike 5 55 92
Null, Ruth 5 5 5 110
Oaks, Jerry 5 55 555555 5555 70, 73, 99
Oaks, Marilyn 5 55 92
Oaks, Ted 71, 77, 96
Oburn, Connie 5 35, 42, 43, 63,
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Oda, Barbara 5 35, 47, 48, 49, 52,
O'Dell, Janet 5555 55 99
Osborne, Jill 5 5 5 46, 51, 61, 92, 93
Overholser, Donald 5 53, 81, 92
Overholser, Sylvia 4, 42, 55, 56,
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Pardue, Ronald 5 92
Patterson, Joan 5 5 92
Paulus, Junior 5 555 55555 78 99
Pearson, Marceille 5 5 5 60, 97
Pearson, Ted 5 55 555555 5,555555555555 5 55 99
Peele, Sandra 5 5 55 555555 5 45, 92
Pemberton, lan 5 47, 62, 71, 102, 111
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Phipps, David 5 55 36, 111, 120
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Pierce, Ga1y 5555 5555 5 3, 97
Pierce Jerry 5 5555 53, 92
Pierce, Larry 5 55555 5 55 53, 99
Pierce, Rex 5 5 5 53, 99
Pinkerton, Marcia 5555 35, 45, 102, 111
Poock, Sue 5 5 3, 41, 45, 47, 50, 56,
Puterbaugh, Lowell 5 5555 5555555555555 5555 5 3
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Rhoades, Vickie 55555.5555555555 55555 4 5, 92
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Rike, Cynthia 55 5 31, 42, 60, 61, 97
Rike, Jackie 5 55555 55555555555555555 4 5, 92
Roberts, Phillip 55 5 92
Rogers, Connie 55555 5555 6 O, 97
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Rue, Marvin 5 55555 80, 81, 92
Runkle, Trenton 5 55 55 5 5 55 97
Sandifer, Claudia 5 5 45, 60, 83, 92
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Saul, Gary 55 5555555,55555 74, 77, 112, 125
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Shatter Sharon 4 49 52 2
Shank Karen 61 6 83
Shearer Lowell 75
Shellhammer Ronnre 81
Sherman Judy 4 45 82 83 7
Sherman Sandra 42 45
Shuft Tom 80 92
Shuttleworth Ned 61
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Strawser Nancy 3 35 45 2
Studebaker Gary 4 3
Swank Fawntella 36 0
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Swlgart Allan 70 72
Swtgart Sandra 36 60 97
Swrsher Karen 36 45 60 82 97
Connre 42 45 56 82 97
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Terry 10 101
Tlnnerman Barbara 4
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Van Klrk Brenda
Van Krrk Jtm
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Wade Lowell 5 7
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Whuttrngton Brenda 52 60 93
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Wudener Robert 8 3
TO ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES
Junlor Counc1l on World Atfa1rs
Juntors 99 OO
Football Junlor Hxgh
Football Varstty 7 71
Future Buslness Leaders
Glrls Athletrc Assn
Plays Juntor and Senlor
Physrcal Educatlon Department
Soclal Studtes Department 30
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Smedleys Chevrolet Sales
INDEX TO FACULTY AND NON TEACHING PERSONNEL
Adams Mr Jack
Albaugh Mr Howard
Albaugh Mrs Mar1or1e
Baker Mr Boyd
Ballnnger Mr Wllllam
Butte Mr Fred 9 29 46
Brewer Mr Howard
Brown Mr Harley
Burger Mr Rudolph
Cummlns Mr Dale
Duley Mr Ray
Dunn M1ss Luculle
Ehlers Mrs Treva
El1fr1tz Mr Otto
Engle Mr Dan1el
Evans Mrs Phyllls
Fetters Mr Leonard
Frne Mrs Bess1e
Flory Mrs Ermal
Geettng Mr A E
Geetmg Mrs Kathleen
Glnn Mr W1lI1am 22 O
Arnold Insurance Agency
Bakers R6dIO 81 TV
Beetley Wllbur E
Bxser Brothers Inc
Brlghts Farm Store
CITIZENS Natlonal Bank
Coate Bur1al Vault
Cools Dr1ve Inn
DeFrances A W Optom
Deweys Food Center
Ehlers R E Accountant
Farmers State Bank
Frlsch Bug Boy
Hale Sarver Funeral Home
Hammon and H1ttner M D
Hefelfmgers General Store
Helseys Blacksm1th Weldnng
Helstern s Garage
Hood FredO Ins
Hustons Hardware Co
Ireland J H Optometrlst
Hal Mr red
Harshbarger Mrs Kathryn
Herz Mr Frank
H1ssong Mr R L
Huffaker Mrs Lauree
lannone Mr Herbert
Jones Muss Sandra
Kauffman Mrs Lorene
K1nn1son Mrs Mary
K1rby Mr Eugene
Knufe Mrs Esther
Koogler Mrs Laverne
Kremer Mr Robert
Lew1s Mr Dale
Long Mr Robert
Lutz Mr Russell
Lyons Mrs Georgua
M1nn1ch Mrs Onenda
Mote Mr Mtles
Netzley Mrs May
Noble Mrs EcI1th
Null Mr Everett
Osborne Mr R L
Prltchard Mr Lawrence
RICE Mr Fred
Rose Mrs Edna
Schul Mrs Kather1ne
Seman Mr Ivan
Shearer Mrs Velma
Shuff Mrs Del1ght
Sm1th Mr Logan
Staley Mr Huber
Stelner Mr R1chard
Stntz Mr Dean
Stocksdale M1ss Theodora
Stoner Mr Byron D
Swank Mrs Cleoe
Swank Mr Emerson
Swank Mrs Judy
Warner Mrs Mnldred
Weaver Mr John
Waymtre Mrs NeIl1e
W1ll1ams Mr John A
DEX TO ADVERTISERS
Kenny s Drugs
Kessler Plumbzng Co
Kolters Jewelry Store
Koogler 81 Son Poultry
Kraus Bob Ins Agency
Laura Lumber Company
Lucas Motor Sales
Mabelle Ellen 8- Jean s
Macy s Plumb1ng Shop
Markley Furn1ture Store
McGraw Chevrolet Co
Mels SCVVICG Stat1on
County Auto Cub
Street Super Market
s Dept Store
Roy Funeral Home
Fed Savxngs 8- Loan
Montgomerys Watch Shop
Netzley O11 Co
New York L1fe Ins Co
Norrls R W Oldsmoblle
Pearson E T M D
Potasky 8- Yount
Powell H A Studlos
Rachel Anns Beauty Shoppe
Record Pr1nt1ng Company
Ru y S J 81 o s
Ruths Dress Shop
Shade Furn1ture 81 Appllance
S IS nc
Stenners Sand and Gravel
Stoner Byron D Ins Agency
ut C E M
Thompson Musrc Shop
Townsends Serv1ce Center
Troy Rowlands Furn1ture Co
West M1Iton Inn
West Multon Lumber Co
Vans Texaco Servuce
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