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

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The first free school in West Milton was a one story edifice built in 1824 on the northeast corner of Main and Market Streets. The building now used for the ele- mentary grades was erected in 1909. The cornerstone for the present high school was laid in june of 1938 and later, in 1951, an addition was completed. With the recent building program Milton-Union continues to grow, thus greatly adding to its outstanding educational facilities. CONSTRUCTION OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4 P.T.A. OFFICERS Mr. Hurry Ddyhoff, Presidentg Mrs. Franklin H.idley, Secrettiryg Mrs, Don Sparks, Trezisurer. NOT PIC- TVRED: Mr. Tom H.imler, Vice- President, CITIZENS COMMITTEE FIRST ROXV: Mrs. Curl Surver. Mrs. Charles Foster. Mr, Tom Hnmler, Vine Clmirmmg Mr. Hiir- old Ditmer, Cl1Llll'H1.lfl, SECOND ROXV: Mr. George lSr.indt. Mr. XX'illi11m O'C4ill11gh:1n. hir, Rohert Netzley. TO THE COM U ITY XY'e, the students ot' Milton-Union High School, dedi- cate this 1959 ECHO to the community for its sintere Support to the building program. The question of edu- cation is one th.1t concerns every individual in the com- munity. The school belongs to all and should he sup- ported by ull. It touches every life und makes it richer. It gives each child the training that will make him LI prosperous and useful titizen. Any tommunity whose ideals are well developed stands .is .1 unit for Phltilltill education. The citizens of this tommunity have proved they have ti common interest, ti true spirit ot' to-operation, and L1 real desire for the common good- fwhich ure fundamental factors in the growth and development of any community. , . 2 E TY-Here is the part of town we all recogmze. the busmess section. Thxs IS where we all c TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMIC .... .... 1 4 ACTIVITIES .... .... 3 2 ATHLETICS. ... . . . .62 PEOPLE ..... .... 7 8 ADS ..... ..... l 20 ACADEMIC Education equips the individual with power to do his part as a good citizen and makes it possible for him to earn a better living. Through education young men and young women may prepare themselves for positions of great responsibility. Milton-Union's constant aim is to present the sound principles of teaching -that students may grow into such a knowledge that is necessary to wholesome living, intelligent citizenship, and service in a chosen vocation. ,Z-4K7 I H , 4 vas' ' ,, 5 , M 1 ll Typing I students spend .idditional hours in the typing room to bc-come more profitient. BRIEF FORMS AND TIMED WRITINGS As our economic life becomes more and more complex. there arises a need for more education and more training to enable us to adjust ourselves to new situations and new conditions. The study of business is one of the most effec- tive means of meeting this present-day need. Milton- Vickie Rhoades prepares for a place in business by learning to operate the new Sunstrancl 10-key adding machine. Unions commercial department offers many courses which have been designed to provide students with preparation for a career in business. By using the office machines and by serving as secretaries to the faculty, commercial students gain business experience. tt" . OFFICF XVORKFRS FIRST ROXV: Susan Cool. Connie Dcctcr. -ludy Stagcr. Juilcne Hunt. lliwny Swank. Loraine Earhart. Brenda Wfhittington. SFC- OND ROXV: Sue Furcnmn. Kay Ditnicr. Ann Goudy. joan Patturwn. Slmmn Hughes. Iiarlmrn Crcss. Myrna Mute. Carolyn Minnifli, Connie Miller. THIRD ROXY: Flnine Buhsc. Judy Van Kirk. Karen Slmnlx. -ludy Sherman, Virginia Antonidcs. Nancy Bnttwn. Geraldine Vallicu. PLAGUE BUSINESS STUDENTS MH. Bc-.ard drills Carol F.1llv .ind -Iuzlunu Hunt un sliurtlmnd characters. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT INCREASES x.fX One of the more plcgisnnt tasks of senior spcuch stutlcnts is timt of taking turns reading the morning iinnounct-mt-nts. VENI. VIDI. VICI -Students read many interesting and his tnric.1l stories in first your Latin classes. An imptwrtnnt ixirt of any English class is lcnrning how tn diagram sentences cnrrcctly. POWERS OF COMMUNICATION FW' 551.14 and bu it Ii g I I burns, in oral book report lun I-Iumpluu 1 stnror LI'lQ,l1Nl1 student COI1IHIlIkl9 the lttcntxon of the entire Class c1t1on through expcrrtntes rn reidrng xxrltxng speqlung 'and llstcnrng Before Qraduatron 1ll students must hue completed four Englnsh courses rncludmg a study of grammar com posntron lrtemture md spceth Speeth classes stme to de xclop profnutnq rn publlc spealtrng Amcrrcrn ind Englnsh lxtcmturc tourses Increase xocrbulary stunulate IITIIQIUIIIOII and create sn rnterest rn llfCf1fl1I'6 both cl1ss1c and modern Spmrsh incl Linn are offered to gnc students ln apprcur tlon of the culture customs 'Incl hrstones of other peoples tountrles In second ycar ilanrsh students urrte is Mrs Gectlng drctwtcs any 'I Y' ' CCI Ill L 1' X ' f gf' It K, N. 1 A K , Y ' , f ' f ' I . f Ah. ,, ii e -I - f .5 f I , , 1'-'Q -' , 9 I r . .Q I A f y 1 'V l ' "if If ' C , ' I , , I I 1 4 Z 1 2 The aim of English is to increase the powers of communi- L '.' ' I ' ' I t I , ' I I , . g 'l . A . . A- A K 4 ' A 5 K 6 V A . - ' ' V 7 - , .' ' , ' . 1 . ' ' . s . " - . ' ' S . ' ' Q ', . ' A Lk' 1 ' l L I . . L 5 A . L I . I . . ' ' h ' I f . L ' - ' " e X I. , ' ' ' .. ., ' A 4 - '. , The Science Department at Milton-Union of- fers the students a comprehensive survey of science at work in chemistry, biology, physics, and general science classes. The classes are taught in .1 manner that the students will benefit from the teachings whether they are planning to go on to college or not. Field trips and related films add to the in- terest the students have in these scientific fields. Inspecting specimens of thc Pisces order ue Wiync Brooke ind Icinnc Durham. students in Mrs. Brttlcs sophomore bioloei cliss PLANT AND ANIMAL LIFE, LIQUID AIR In one of his frcshmm sciencc clisscs Mr Bitte shows hx demonstration that like conditions .iv- the 9 Using numerous chemicals from the lab, rin intricate experiment is performed by Jane Harshbarger and Naclean Conte in chemistry class. ELECTRONICS INTRIGUE SCIENCE CLASSES Experimenting is one of the interests of senior physics students, Justus Sowry and jon Witle'nL'r. Student teacher, Mrs. Joyce Landis, gives individual attention to a biology student. do 'I SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT INCREASES Mr. Long shows his junior histii 1' cl.1sscs rs how the I'nitcd States was divided in the iv 'I' I ninctccnrh century. L1 1 22 Corky OVCIIIILIALIIILID explains his I ' I A ' map, siuwing win-rc nicricun Indians lived, to the eighth grade history Class. GOVERN MENTAL KNOWLEDGE AND INTEREST aff" Civics students copy notebook material from the board--Aone of the many ways they learn about modern gOVCI'l"llllCI1f, By gaining a knowledge of events the students in social studies classes learn to understand and appreciate the American way of life. Seniors through their civics classes, taught by Mr. Ballinger, learn about American government while juniors. under the leader- ship of Mr. Long, acquire knowledge about their ancestors in American history classes. Instructed by Mr. Kremer, the sopho- mores learn of the old world through their world history classes. By reading newspaper articles, Mr. Kremer's world history students keep informed about current events. nstruction in all phases of drafting prepares thcsc mechanical drawing students for pusitiuns as draftsmen and teaches them to read and draw blue prints. thc "language" uf industry. li N Explaining thc x's and y's of algebra Mr, Gccting starts his freshman class on an adventure in math cntircly differ- ent from seventh and eighth grade math. CLEAR THINKING, REASONING POWER Math courses stress clear thinking. Students develop an inquiring attitude of mind through mastery of equations, theorems, and logarithms. Math study provides a good founda- tion for future work in such fields as engineering, physics, and surveying. Two years of algebra, plane and solid geometry, trigo- nometry, shop math and business math are offered to high school students. In addition, mechanical drawing prepares students for a career in drafting. Studious seniors find Solid Geometry an imaginative subject. 1' X-...i .xgvx I K Mr. Geeting gives Plane Geometry student Virginia Antonides special aid with a tricky problem. IN DUSTRIAL ARTS STUDENTS l V . G 'L 'ii fp 75 "Practice makes perfect" is Eugene erry Bclcher is doing some precision cutting on A but up lwwling pin is lvcing con- Hildc-br41nd's motto as he practices the band saw. vcrtcd into it lamp by Roy Stcclc, drilling ii block of wood. jan Wlieelcick. student assistant, points out the parts of the printing press to jim Penny. 6 instructs Herb Stine in tlic use of thc- woutl In The chips really fly as Mr, Stiilcy, industrial arts tcnclicr, R LEARN BY DOING. A , . . , I., ' n l Ned Mote and Gene Heisey enjoy watching metal chips fly from the Burke milling machine, 1 To develop creative skills for use in future occupations is the main purpose of the Industrial Arts course. By actually working in the shop, students learn to apply themselves to everyday living. XVood working, photography, and printing provide a more satisfactory use of leisure, as well as, occupa- tional time. 'l'he shutter bugs. Ken johnson and Boh Clunla. are getting ready to take more pictures. 5 x Aa... Hans Markland works on the metal lathe. Mr. Turner, student teacher from Miami. helps Ray Hoover with a problem in drawing. HOME EC, VOCATIONAL AG TRAIN Miss Priscilla Cfupp imtl Miss Elaine Oswgilt, stutlcnt tc.1cl1crs, posu liclimc it tlcmonstrgitiun. bv?-"N 'f Ill!! an K 54 lar- --1 ..Q 3 xlxl 4,,w" , L if-..,q-Y 1 J. From time to time local incrclmnts elem- unstmtc various prmlucts to homcmiiking .QE ' students. VUHICH SHALL VUE CHOOSE? -Miss Stocksdnlc explains tlmt planning nutritious mciils is il very important part of homa- iimlsingg. I-IOMEMAKERS, FUTURE FARMERS 'if 4"vv-nfsll ', H-. I , if f I , 1 'Q 1' Leland Garber and Glenn Mumford are showing champion live- stock at the fair. The courses in the Home Economics Department, un- der the instruction of Miss Theodora Stocksdale, are designed for those girls who wish to be good future homemakers. Such skills as cooking and sewing are taught along with courses in good grooming, first aid, and home beautification. O ,, ft Student teachers and mothers aid in the preparation of the chicken supper. The chief aim of the Agriculture Department, Linder the leadership of Mr. Ray Diley, is to prepare hoys for successful lives in farming. The boys are instructed in raising livestock and agricultural methods. Darrell Saunders, one of the four Miami County F.F.A. boys. is receiving Fords Scholarships to F.F.A. Camp Muskingum, k Bczi U 51,1-L intl'-"fi s Senior students copy information about the eyes for health class. HEALTH, PHYS. ED. PROMOTE SOUND BODIES Duc to the reconstruction of the gym, the physical education classes were held outside as long as the weather permitted. In the wintcr the classes moved inside to discuss and study the effects of alcohol, gun safety, and the rules and scoring of various sports. The Health and Physical Education Depart- ment provides the students with a knowledge necessary for sound minds and bodies. X Mrs. Way'mire gives the right answers as senior girls in gym class check baseball test papers. --,453 , is... v .1 4 'L iz it ist f,-112' 0 K f X G V M . Driver's Education is a technical course taught by Mr. William Ginn. It teaches the students the art of driving, safety on the highways, and the me- chanics of the automobile. DRIVER S ED TRAINS FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY Mr Ginn and one of his drners trnning classes mike rcids to lq ut Drning is Pam Hood. Q 1 ACTIVITIE A never ending part of the life at Milton-Union is the participation in activities. The students need not only the classroom teachings but also a knowledge of community living. By working and gathering together they develop leadership and co-operation. Through mutual interest the students increase friendships. Activities provide students with a means of self-expression and relaxation. By adding vitality to their lives with dances, parties and special events they develop in mind and spirit, Xs- E J.C.O.W.A. DISCUSSES WORLD - If it i - . I r Q 3 iz'-4-1Q.Q,,g3q -XJ E S I if J f"21:-192321 ni ' ' 7 i 'f-ta-v-L: Wfar and strife plus social and economical prob- lems of the world are among the topics discussed in Milton-Unions junior Council on World Affairs. One of the highlights of J.C.O.W,A. is the at- tending of the High School Institute on World Affairs. This is held in Dayton in November and this years topic is Russian life, Russian education, and the Russian breadwinner. 34 ,, ,J.a.',. Q. Vu L' t 1' ir M in r-viktr vs- , FIRST RUXV2 Mr. Rohn-rt Kre- mer. Advisor: Doug Midlum, -Inn lflillter. Hill l.ulxens. Rt-porterg Paul Sta-pp. Treixsurcrp Justus Smvry, jim Alillflllll. -Iohn lireiilcnlmlclm. l..irry liohlender. lmxvell XX'1lklU. SECOND ROXY: Priscilla l5ruh.llxer. -Indy Hender- son. Presitlenti Diirylal liuller, Ruth Landis, Vice-President: jill Osborne. Jeanne Durham. Sharon Bright. Sunny Rae Knife, Sec- retilry. LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Lukens. Reporter: Paul Stepp, ,l4I'C3lSLll'CI'l Ruti Landis, Vice-President: Judy Henderson. President: Sunny Rue Knife Secretary. F T A GIVES TEACHING PREVIEW I'IRSl ROXV Fmny Sxxanlt Sharon Shaffer Sally Jay Sandra Garber Glenda Combs Sandra Long Loraine Earhart Sunny Rte Knxfe SECOND ROW Sue Dlcleey Mary Ahee Seabroolt Jeanne Durham Sharon Hartley Lmda Pfexffer Nancy Stout Kay lynn Dltmer Clrolyn Sue Soxyry THIRD ROW Sue Follxer jane Brewer Pam Hood jrll Osborne Joy Thompson Myrna Nfote Bonme Callcott Jody Bradshaw IOURTH ROW Mrs lxtthleen Geetmg, Adusor Vrrgnnra Antomeles Beyerly Xllfaxted Don lhompson Duxd Sehul lxlelllh Colte Nancy Vxarner Sandra Mareum PfOXldlDg students lnterested ln elementary and hrgh school edueatnon mth a preylew ot' the teach mg xyorld IS the prnmary objectlye of the Iuture Teaehers of Amerrel Members mln ez-tperrence by obseryrng and student teachmg ln the classrooms In the fall the oftlcers prepare for the eomlng year by attendlng the Ohro Conference for luture Teachers 1n Columbus Hrghhghtmg the year was the annual Valentine Tea honormg the teachers Other specxal exents were the PICUIC for the new mltxates and the emma of toys to Dettmer Hos pxtal at Chrrstmas Semor FTA members dnrected by thelr adxlsor Mrs Geetnng practrce a sltnt for the Valentme Tea 5, FIRST ROW' Sunn Rae Knife Susan Miller Lindi Rithfon Susan Kerr Connie Thom son Joyce Long Sandra Garber, SEC- . y , ' ', 4 A . .I , p , , . OND ROVU: Ruth Landis, Mvrna Mote, Carol Ealb, Judy Henderson, Carol Ehlers, Nancy Battson. Nancy Freeman, THIRD ROXV: jim Marcum, john Breidenbach, Hans Marklrintl. Jack XX'altl1ei', Allen Netzley, Larry Bohlender, David Kingrey. FOURTH ROXV: Mr. XY"illiams, Advisor: Don Thompson. Francis Northrup, Doug Midlam. Paul Riffell, Lowell Shearer. lfred Kingrey. ACADEMIC EDUCATION EMPHASIZED Since it was chartered in 1953, National Honor So- ciety has been an integral part of school activities here. Created as a stimulus to learning it provides an emphasis on the academic phase of education. Scholarship, leader- ship, high character, and service are qualities which these outstanding students possess. The names of the inductees are "top secret" until the day of the formal induction ceremony. Membership in this selected group is a goal any student can be very proud of having attained. f. ', l FIRST ROW: Myrna Mote, Secretaryg -at Lowell Shearer, President: jim Mar- - ,U cum, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: jack - Walther, Reporterg Don Thompson, Vice-President. 1- ff 4 wi.: 'ual' Q "' , A 'Qu-uf' ,- KN OWLEDGE GAINS HONOR FN m ,tn f ig, 9- lv' t .2 ' - ., R Q 2 Y5'D"1 gf' SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP 'I'IiAM FIRST ROXV1 Sanclra Gzirlvcr, Iicrbara Bectley, Nancy Freeman, Carol Ifallw, Nancy Battson, Suu Folker. Beverly XY'hitc-d, juilene Hunt, Judy Henderson. Rutli Landis, Nancy Stout. SECOND ROXXV Scott Lair. Hans Markland, jack Wlaltlfmer, jon Wlidcner. Iitldiu XX"clwcr, Ned Sluittlcwortlm, Sam Hissong. David Scliul. jack XX'aymirc, jim Marcum, Sunny Rae Knife, THIRD ROWt I.owQll Sliczircr. Doug Midlam. Don Thompson, Doug Lyons. .Iolin Mislilcr, Craig Brown. Fred Kingrey, Bill Smith, Paul Riffell. Bill Lulu-ns. Discussing their good times at Girls' State and Boys' State arc delegates Don Thompson. Doug Midlam. :ind Carol Falla. NOT PICTVRED: Myrna Mote. Hi-Y officers discuss their trip to Camp Kern. HI-Y PLACES FIRST Add a group of red bloocled American boys to equal shares of hard work and good times. Mix with projects and programs and a will to create and maintain higher standards of Christian character throughout the home, school, and community, and behold, you have the Milton- Union Hi-Y. The Hi-Y is affiliated with the Dayton Town and Country Branch of the Y.M.C.A. This past fall when the cabinet went to Camp Kern to plan their program, they were awarded a trophy for being the number one club in the Town and Country Area. Members did various projects during the year. They made fire posters, showed movies, made handbooks of the school, .ind together with the Tri-Hi-Y, took charge of the morning devotions over the P.A. FIRST ROVV: Roy Jay. David Kingrey, XX'alter Pfeiffer. Bill Holmes. jim Marcum. Keith Brown, john Bradshaw, Ivan Harry, Gary Studebaker, Treasurer. SECOND ROXV: jack XVavmire. Ronnie Hale. jon XY'idener, jim Smith. Fred Kingrev, Don Thompson, Jack Whil- ther. Chaplain: Sam Hissong, Sergeant-at-Arms1 David Schul. Bill Lea. THIRD ROXV: Bill Lukens. Presidentg Paul Shellhaas, Paul Stepp. Lowell Shearer. Doug Lyons. Doug Midlam, Secretary: Francis Northrup, joel Vanderburg. Vice-President: Mr. Herbert Iannone, Advisor. ig ui- ,Q I FIRST ROW: Sheryll Hart, Joyce Long, Sue Dickey, Susan Miller. Jeanne Durham, Kay Lynn Ditmer, Connie Thompson, Linda Rathfon. Loraine Earhart, Gloria Wferts. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Floyd Rhoades, Advisor, Jackie Rike, Barbara Bostonyjane Brewer, Barbara Elicker, Pam Hood, Cindy Cress, Vickie Rhoades. janet Smith, Juilene Hunt, Mrs. Dean Stitz, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Cynthia Rike, Sylvia Stallman, joy Thompson, Sharon Kauffman, Susan Kerr, Carol Laycock, Sandra Peele, jill Osborne, Mary Freeman, FOURTH ROVU: Sue Folker, jo Ann Gingrich. Carol Ehlers. Beverly XY'hited. Sandra Sherman, Nadean Coate, Virginia Antonides. Barbara Beetley. Barbara Tinnerman. TRI-HI-Y DEVELOPS CHARACTER FIRST ROW: Virginia Antonides, President: Nadean Coate, Vice-Presidentg Beverly Wfliited, Chaplain. SECOND ROW: Barbara Beetley, Treasurerg Sue Folker. Secretary, Cynthia Rike, Historian. v The Tri-I-Ii-Y Club is composed of sophomore, junior and senior girls, who are affiliated with the YMCA. Through speakers and film strips the members further their knowledge on boy and girl relations, good manners, and local problems within our community. A few of the meetings were held jointly with the Hi-Y. The Tri-Hi-Y helped sponsor Homecoming and was busy with other tasks all year. Mrs. Rhoades and Mrs. Stitz acted as advisors. 40 STUDENT COUNCIL SPONSORS COKE DANCE FIRST ROXV: Nancy Stoner, Randy Northrup, Bonnie Callicoat, Mary Freeman, Susan Kerr, Sharon Hoover, Karen Iddings, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Earl Biederman, Fawny Swank, President, Beverly Whited, Diane Howard, Secretary, Nancy Stout, David Lieser, Barry Hart. THIRD ROW: Mr. john Wfillams, Advisor: Allan Dexter, Reporterg joel Vanderburg. Vice-Presidentg Doug Mdlam, Bill Holmes, Billy Freeman. NOT PICTURED: Mr. A. E. Geeting. Advisor. Senior Student Council member. Doug Midlam, carries out a committee activity. School unity and service to the school and to the stu- dents are the purposes of Milton-Union's Student Council. The members are elected by their classes, Their duties include keeping the trophy cases clean, selecting hall moni- tors, and posting coming events on the display bulletin boards. The annual projects of Student Council are co-sponsoring Homecoming and collecting money for the annual United Fund Drive. Student Council is in charge of the program for the dance, which is broadcast over WING, at the Coca-Cola Auditorium. 958 ECHO RECEIVES ALL AMERICAN i 5 2 sl- T 14" . I . Wt 2' I ia +' If ft fwx, , 'FX f , Y, 4- 4'-iff-sh fx... J f . , Under the watchful eye of Miss Dunn, jim Marcum, Business Manager. checks money with receipts. Milton-Union High School life with all its variety, edu- cational opportunities, and friendly enterprises, gave the Echo staff an apt theme: "This is Milton-Union." The staff followed modern style trends in arranging layout, coming up with a new look. Editor Sunny Rae Knife led a hard working staff of nine, under the direction of Miss Lucille Dunn, faculty advisor. t to-f 'fffemimevasvlat This year the Echo staff went to Ohio State University for the annual Journalism Convention in November. Editor Sunny Rae Knife attended the Journalism Workshop at Ohio University this summer. The '58 Echo received an All American rating from the National Scholastic Press Association. This is the highest rating that can be achieved. SITTING: Joyce Long, Sara Oyer, Barbara Tinnerman, Sunny Rae Knife. Editorg Wilnia Neff, Sharon Shaffer. STANDING: Jim Marcum Bill Lukens, Doug Midlam. es C4 f l F.F.A. TRAINS FOR SUCCESSFUL FARMING FIRST ROW: Mr. Ray Diley, Advisor, john I-Iosbrook, Lowell Puterbaugh, Jerry Pierce, Larry Pierce, Ronald Shellhammer, Gerald Hosbrook, David Kendall, Gary Pierce, Nic Mote. SECOND ROW: Marvin DeMoss, Allen Albaugh, Leland Garber, jim Donohoo, Richard Pierce, Nevin Roher, Jerald Baker, Gary Studebaker, Rex Pierce. THIRD ROW: Mr. Kenny Long, Student Teacher, Mark Hershberger, Bill Brown, Ronald Mead, Russell Honeyman, David Newman, Glen Kendall, Preston Mote, Marvin Warner, Roy Van Dyke, Mr. David Grooms, Student Teacher. FOURTH ROW: Larry Furlong, Lowell Wade, Richard Jackson, Glenn Mumford, Dean Jackson, Barry Brown, Darrell Saunders. Dwaine Swathwood, David Truit. America must have a constant supply of well-trained new farmers every year to replace those who retire or otherwise leave the farm. These must be men with ex- perience and training: for the successful farmer today is both a scientist and a businessman, mechanic and laborer -at the same time capable of leadership in the affairs of the community. 2.95 Vocational agriculture and the F.F.A. constitute the most effective program for training boys to be good farmers. This the Milton-Union Vocational Department endeavors to do. Six percent of our nation's population has the her- culean task of feeding 96 percent of the population. This indeed is a challenge to the future farmer. FIRST ROW: Glenn Mumford: Gerald I-Iosbrook, Sentinel: Gary Studebaker, President: Larry Pierce, Secretary: Rex Pierce, Reporter: Richard Pierce. SEC' OND ROW: Dean jackson, Treasurer: Darrell Saunders, Vice-President. 6 TOWARD NEW HORIZONS F H.A. GOAL FIRST ROW Sharon Mote Smdra Marcum Lmda Strmser Claudla Sandlfer Sharon Bohse Carolyn Werkert Gay S1mmons Donna Danncls jannce Loxxry Punch Varyel Bexcrly Lastrntlyge SECOND ROW' Karen Svusher Carolyn Harry Marrlyn Harry Dram Cool Smdra Bent Mrry Lambert Glcnnx Rumble Eleanor Albert Irlhemae Burnsrde Beyerly Sexauer Dlana Lybarger Bonnme Shaurcr Sandrr Htrry THIRD ROVU Irnda Rcntz juha Hall Sandra Svyrgart Barbara Cress Sharon Kauff man Carol Spxtler Donna W'olf4 Mmlyn Oakes Crrol Iilmton Bobble Sue Rogcrs Future Homemakers of Amerxca rs the natlonal organl dmduals nmproxc personal f1m1ly and tommumty hung zatlon of gurls and boys studyxny., homcmakmg ln hugh T and remmds them that thelr t0ntr1but1ons to home llfc The oyer all goal of the organlzatxon 19 to help ID wrll mflucncc the tommuntty and the world FIRST ROW' janetODell Secretary Sharon Brrght I'rrst Vxce Presxdent Mrss Theoclora Stoclcsdale Adylsor Barbara Strayyser Presx dent Kay Lynn Drtmer Second V1cePres1 dent janet Baker Treasurer SECOIND ROXV Sherry Smlth Cheer Charrman Con me Rogers I-Ilstornn Toy Thompson Re porter Brenda Van Klflx Parlramentarxan Iudy Vm Kxrlx County Offrcer Nancy Kerr Recreatron Leader ! 7 I I I The motto IS 'Toward New Horizons." It challenges FIRST ROXV: Patty Green, Sally Jay, Joyce Hoover, Linda Strawser, Valaria Harshbarger, Diane Lyharger, Gayle Lavey, Nancy Kerr Carolyn Deubner, Sharon Shaffer. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Nellie Waymire, Advisor, Diane Cool, Martha Spitler, Jackie Rike, Linda Rath fon. Jane Brewer, Joy Wheelock, Carolyn Sue Sowry, Barbara Wfagner, Glenna Rumble. THIRD ROW: Jane Harshbarger, Claudia Sandi fer, Judy Tyson. Nancy Warner, Virginia Antonides. Judy Spitler, Diane Howard, Cheryl Beeman, Bonnie Callicoat, Sue Hemmerich. G.A.A. CREATES ATHLETIC ABILITY FIRST ROW: Judy Snyder, Jeanne Dur- ham, Barbara Kester, Katherine Archer, Mary Lambert, Carol Garrison, Susie Miller, Sue Dickey, Linda Lehman, SECOND ROW: Linda Wilt, Patsy Cummins, Cindy Cress, Kay Blackmore, Jody Bradshaw, Susan Kerr, Pam Hood, Karen Iddings, Becky Dearth. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Collins, Sandra Marcum, Judy Hen- derson, Sharon Hughes, Ruth Landis, Sue Ste-pp. Creating athletic ability is the objective of the G.A.A. The girls participate in volleyball, basketball, and softball. Every year they sponsor the "Sweetheart Hopu and this year they sponsored the Home- coming dance. In the spring the girls hold play night to demonstrate their ability to the public. STANDING: Karen Shank, Presidentg jackie Rike. Sophomore Representativeg jo Ann Gingrich, Treas- urer. SITTING: Ruthie Landis, Vice-Presidentg jane Brewer, Junior Representativeg jane I-Iarshbarger, Sec- retary. NOT PICTURED: Carol Falb, Senior Repre- sentativeg Karen Iddings, Freshman Representative. FIRST ROW: Sandra Long. Myra Foster, Sharon Bohse, Sandra Bent Nancy Straxxser Linda Pfeiffer Sheryll Hart SECOIND ROW Vickie Rhoades, Paige Ditmer, Connie Thompson. Sherry Grissum Fanny Swank Susan Jones jane Blackmore Wilxna Neff THIRD ROW Sharon Kauffman, Mary Freeman, jill Osborne, Carol Falb, JoAnn Gingrich Sandia Smgart Smdri Peele janet Smith Karen Shank .Iuilene Hunt. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS SITTING: Sue Sollcnberger, Carol Wfaymire, Randy North- rup. STANDING: Nancy Stoner, Janie Gingrich, Bar- bara Dickson. CHEERLEADERS BOOST MORALE Planning pep assemblies, boosting the morale of the The varsity cheerleaders cheer at all the away games and team, and leading the Student body in gheefg, are Some of at varsity home games. The junior high squad are morale the duties of the cheerleaders. Several of this year's Proj- boosters at the junior high and freshman games, and at ects were selling shakers and cheer books. thi? home FCSCIVC g11m6S. SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT: joy Thompson, Karen Iddings, Pam Hood, Carol Garrison, Susie Miller, Sue Dickey. wk' FIRST ROW Scott Lnr Terry Cumnnns Dean Cllncfclter Roger Mote Danny Hancock Terry Humphrey Chuck Green EC OND ROXX' Allen NLIllLy Jesse I-Iuncs ohn Mxshlcr Ronme Bcrncr Karl Wllllams Jon Wlclener THIRD ROW Jack XX'1lthc1 Paul Stcpl Cny Stuclcbrlccl jmck XXIIYINIIL Mr Wrllram Grnn Advlsor VARSITY M SELLS BOOSTER BADGES FIRST ROW Scott Iarr Secretary Icrry Joe Cummms Presxdent -Ilflx Way mlre V1cePresxclent SECOND ROXYI Allen Ixctalu lreasurcr Mr Vurllram Gmn Advxsor A club small rn number but large 1n Splflf rs the Varsrty M Club whose pur pose 18 to promote good vsxll among all the athletes of the school To become a member one must mn a xarslty letter by partrcnpatmg a full season ln one of the four major sports Football, basketball, track or base ball The mam proyect of the club thrs year was boostrng the school spmt by sellxng booster badges Q- ' ' I ' :Az-:W-W, 5 - V I E S If ,Og ' I I ' , S, mnlll ' f V. D V' X ' rv 4' , VV nl- ., K I 4. 1' lv- N, s f + fn. W if j I A' I fa n 3 I at " I l fl I E lk. , I ' I I I I- V f . I I .qt I I ... A 1 I ,I '1 I I - . 'Ll .lf SVA 'V :I . D 'Ay VV IA v Q u 4 -i., ' U D I fx I I , S Z CC 99 """'1 DY. FIRST ROXW: john Breidenbach. Re- porter, Bill Smith, Treasurerg Terry ' Humphrey, President: Judy Cool, Sec- retary. SECOND ROW: Francis North- rup, Sergeant-at-Arms: Mr. Fred Bittle, Advisor. qjf There is a growing need for more scientific minded Field trips, movies, and interesting demonstrations by students. The Bunsen Burners' chief aim is to interest the members make up the programs for their monthly high school students in science careers, One of the club's meetings. The trip taken to Wfright Patterson Air Force main activities is the annual sponsoring of the Science Base was an exciting excursion this year. Fair. The best are entered in district competition at Wittenberg College. SCIENCE CLUB TOURS WRIGHT PATTERSON FIRST ROVU: Mike Cymbala, Ronnie Becker, Larry Bohlender, james Crawford. Jerry Latter, Stanley Magel. Craig Brown. SECOND ROW: Sue Stepp, Becky Dearth, Carolyn Furlong, Cynthia Collins, Judy Cool, Mary Freeman, jill Osborne, Jeanne Durham. Robert W'idene1'. THIRD ROXV: W'alter Pfeiffer, james Baker, Leland Garber. Martin Trent, john Breidcnback, john Bradshaw. Bruce Spitler. David Kendall. Marvin Rue, Paul Stepp. Tom Smith, Mr. Fred Bittle, Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Terry Humphrey, Darrell Saunders, Trenton Runkle. Tom Gray, Sam Knife. Doug Lyons, Francis Northrup, Mike Northrup, Bill Smith. F.B.L.A. GOES TO AKRON 1 "' FIRST ROXV: Miss Lucille Dunn. Advisor: Sharon Shaffer. Sergeant-at-Arms1 Linda Lehman, XVilma Neff. Historian: Marilyn INull Sheryll I-Iart, Joyce Hoover. Patty Green. SECOND ROXV: Barbara Strawser. First Vice-President Barbara XVagner, Paige Ditmer. Sharon Kauffman. Kay Dennis. Secretary: Mary Miller. Shannon Harshharger. Mrs. Joyce Beard. Advisor. THIRD ROXY: Sue Stepp. Carolin XY'eikert. Barbara Beetley. President: Nancy liattson, Second Vice-Pi'esident1 Judi' Van Kirk. Melba Doles. Treasurer: Nancy Freeman NOFI PICTVRIED: Barbara Iiattson, -Indy liattson. Preparing students for occupations in the business world is the purpose of Future Business Leaders of America. An important activity is the state convention. held this year at Akron. Ohio. Milton-Union was represented by nine members and two advisors, who accepted the third- place trophy in the Outstanding Chapter Contest, for the chapter. In addition to the business meetings, the club holds six social meetings including parties. a picnic. guest night. panels. and speakers. Projects of the club are the basketball and football pro- grams. school directories, and typing for civic organiza- tions. Such items as steno and typing pads, erasers, carbon paper, toothpaste. Tupperware, and ribbon. are sold for revenue. Climaxing the year is the annual banquet in honor of the seniors. XX'ays and means committee works on projects 4,-f' FIRST ROXV: Ruth Landis, Sunny Rae Knife, Judy Tyson, Susan Kerr, Pam Hood, Sharon Kauffman, Kay Ditmer. Susie Miller, Joyce Long. SECOND ROXV: Virginia Antonides, Sara Oyer, janet Smith, Diana Cool. Barbara Koster. Cynthia Rike, Cindy Crass, Barbara Tinnerman. jill Osborne. Ned Shuttleworth. Mr. Dale Cummins, Advisor. THIRD ROXV: Judy Henderson, jerry Latter, Bill Lea, Don Thompson, Bill Lulcens. Doug Midlam. Lowell Shearer. Carol Falb. Karen Shank, -Iuilene Hunt. THESPIANS DISPLAY ABILITY DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS: Joyce Long, Treasurerg Ruth Landis, Vice- Presidentg Bill Lukens, Presidentg Juilene Hunt. Secretaryi Bill Lea. Reporterg Mr. Dale Cummins, Advisor. Providing students with a chance to display their acting ability is the 'pri- mary purpose of the Dramatics Club. Young actors and actresses give their time and talents to put on plays. Mem- bership is open to any interested stu- dents in grades nine through twelve. Under the direction of Mr. Fred Rice, the newly organized Glee Cflub presented programs of song for various club meet- ings, At Christmas the Glee Club recorded a medley of carols that was presented to the students over the public address system. Highlighting the year was the formal recital given jointly with the band. The Glee Club is composed of students se- lected by Mr. Rice from grades nine through twelve. This organization meets on Mondays and Wfednesdays during the activity period in the band room. NEW GLEE CLUB ORGANIZED Mr. Fred Rice, Director: Carolyn Sue Sowiy, Pianist, FIRST ROXX Daryli Fuller Beycrly Slhornburg Barbara Cress V1Ck1e Rhoades, Kay Ditmer. Loraine Earhart, Sandra Garber. Judy Snyder Juilcnc Hunt Karen Shank Judy Sotzing Barbara Kester SECOND ROW: Diana Lybarger, Brenda XY'hittington. Janice Loyyry anet ODell Kathy Archer Susan Cool Dianne Howard, Nancy Wfarner, Becky Dearth, Sharon Bright, Joy Thompson Linda Eubank Kay Lynn Ditmcr THIRD ROW Monte McDowell, Joel Vanderburg, John Mishler, Doug Midlam, Jesse Haines Jack XValther Gary Studebaker Bob Pyle BAND USES BREATH, BRAWN, AND BRASS The Milton-Union High School Band is an organization of which all Bulldog fans may be proud. The many and varied activities keep the bandsmen active throughout the entire year. ln the tall, ot course, the band may be seen on the football fieldg during the winter months contests and school concerts are stresses, and in the spring the Miami Valley Band Festival, the traditional "Kawb Concert." and Memorial Day round out the band's yearly program. Few Bulldog boosters will deny the fact that the band, with its lively music, does much to increase the spirit with which everyone supports Milton-Union's athletic teams. Stepping lively, colors flying, they constantly exhibit their skill by keeping their rows straight, always marching in step, and playing spirited music. The hand is keenly aware ot its role on the tioothall tiield and strives to im- prove on every show throughout the tall season. This year Drum lNlajorette .ludy Snyder led the hand throughout the marching season. She was assisted by ma' jorettes Linda Rathton. 'lanet Smith, Diana Cool. and Carol Spitler. The majorettes' dances and twirling routines formed an integral part ot' the band's marching activities. Under the co-leadership ot ,lane Brewer and Carol lfhlers. the Rhythmettes provided precision drills and dance rou- tines tor football and basketball games, The Pep Band, led by Don Thompson, aids in "pepping things upf" They provided lively music tor pep assemblies and the Fall lfestival. MA ORETTES: Diane Cool, Carol Spitler. janet Smith. Linda Rathfon. FIRST ROXV: Mr. Dean A. Stitz. Director: Judy Sotzing. Sandra Long Mark Lutz. Barbara Battson, Valaria Harshharger. jerry Latter. Bill Lea. Barbara XX'agner. Martha Spitler. Lilliemae Burnside, Karen Spears. David NY'atsOn. Bob Menker, Marilyn Furlong. Shannon Harshbarger, Jody Bradshaw. Barbara Tinnerman. Myra Foster. Judy Snyder. Drum Maiorette. H JY' A19 's "JU 3 I 315 -Mg 1 fog 4,3115 1311, 4 A is H M W' 'uf " U ' 'IW 'li j 1933 I I K I gig! ako! 2? LMI, . -qv Z Y! ...W I.' v X NMN Q PY' In 4' 1 .-1 SF 'N 'E' wf Eftgx ' b , WF f inf 'Ng-is sc x DRILL TEAM, PEP BAND ADD ZEST TO FESTIVITIES RHYTHMETTES FIRST ROW: Joyce Long, Linda Pfeiffer, Sharon Mote, Jane Blackmore, Carol Ehlers, Co-Captaing Jane Brewer, Co-Captain Jeanne Durham, Connie Thompson, Katherine Archer, Mary Simmons. SECOND ROXV: XVilma Neff, Carolyn Minnich, Connie Miller Judy Tyson, Cheryl Beeman. JoAnn Gingrich, Bonnie Callicoat, Susan Jones, Joy Wfheelock. Paige Ditmer. Susan Kerr. PEP BAND FIRST ROW: Keith Brown, Melba Doles, Ann Markland. Judy Cool, SECOND ROW: Carolyn Sue Sowry. Jerry Lat- ter. Bill Lea. STANDING: Don Thompson, Student Direc- tor: Jim Fetter. Roger Whitacre. Matt Ingram, Preston Mote Sam Hissong. Bill Lulcens. Til .1 , ..,, BU LLDOG BARK RETURNS NLR -nw FIRST ROW Sue Stcpp Carolyn Deubncr Shiron Kauffman Shcryll Hart Kiy Dennis Susie Miller SECOND ROW anet Smith Carolyn Xweikcrt Connie Miller urly Stayger lN1ncy Stout Susan Keir 'IHIRD RONX' Donna Wolfe Lila Stoffel Cindy xy Wfripht Ftl1f0I'lI1Cl1lCi: Allan Dexter Piul Qtcpy Becky Dearth Feature articles interyieyys ncyys and deadlines all make up our school paper THE BULLDOG BARK I-laying no special period for the staff to work they had to carry on their work during study halls and spare time Last minute scrambling mth rattling papers stencils pound mg typcvuriters and printing are familiar to the staff but the BARK is always ready to sell in thc lunch line cxcry two weeks Adxisor of the Bark for the first year is Mrs Joyce Beard o Ann Gingrich is Editor in Chief Members do not receiye any credit The publication is classified as extracurricular jay Wfright Fditor in Chief checks a final cow s N .H ff ., we v L J ,jf A A I--fr, . , 1 .. . , A :A ' , V I N A V. J, ' T , .,,.-. , Cress, jo Ann Gingrich. Editor-in-Chief: Karen Shank, Phyllis Collins. FOURTH ROXW: Mrs. Joyce Beard, Advisorg juilene Hunt, jr if , .' 'Q ' 1 .vm " A Y- . A . r, 4 i Y- I- v i a ' ' -, 'lllking II1L'il phuu of lwnwr tu xiux ilu' g.1mL- .mrs ilu- Quan .md lux' wurt. FIAUIN left to right Arc: Susan jonci. juilcnc Hunt. l:.lXYI1lL'H.l Sxmrlk. QLIk'LI11 Karyn Slmnk, .lml -Iuyfc Lung. FAWNTELLA SWANK CROW ED Q EE ing tlm fin.1l touch, DIACIK xX'.l5'INiI'i.', one uf thc Cu-Captains. bwtu the tr.ulitiun.1I kiss upon thu Quun xmking thc Lrmvning wmpln-tc. Fglwntclh Sxxqmk, Hmmuwming Quun uf 1953, xmilu r.1di.1ntly ns the IOS' Quan, B.lfh.ll'.l liunrmctt. plum thc Crown upon har hand. i 19' FLOATS ADD COLOR . . fu . 9' lfirst plnct' wcrc thc juniorsg with tht' tht-ing "Blast thu Duilsf' "Lick thc Devils" was thc tlicnit- of the tircshinm cl.1ss. and tht-ir float Claimed .1 third pltitc in thc putxttlc. g17v-wr CLASS XY'ill thc Bulltlolgs win ovcr tht- Duils? XY'l1o tlo you think will he trownttl tliic-Ln? 'lihcsc .intl Hlllll' other questions were tossed Ltrountl thu hiills lor gi wccli preceding Home- toininlg. Ottohcr 17, 1958, gi wcclc ol' antitipation w.1s tliinaxctl with tht- crowning of lfgiwny Swinli .ts Hoinctsoining Queen, Quccn l".lXN'Ill'lS tourst consisted of Kiran Shank, 'luilcnc Hunt. seniors: ,loycc Long. juniorg .mtl Susm Uloncs. sophomore, A m The scnior class "Skunk 'cnt' rated 11 second if . plgtfc in thc jutlging. QUEENS HIGHLIGHT YEAR fi I FAWNTELLA SWANK HONIPCONIING QL mx f' P afffq if LJ T111 RUTH LANDIS mu umx AL QLFFN Kc-ff J UILENE HUNT SNVEETHEART HOP QUEEN ,pw "fish T' Q cf 1, K 1 .- fig my fzlnwliw X Am FIRST RONX-': Sandra Garber, Carol Falb. Nancy Freeman, I.ind.i Euhank. SECOND ROXXU Loraine Earhart, Myrna Mote jim Marcum. Sam Hissong, Fred Kingrey, Bruce Spitler, Ruth Landis, jack XX"nlther. '1'AT'1'LE TALE' Clarence struggles to tell Capt. Henderson he had been kidnapped, but Oscar and Popcorn try their best to keep him quiet. N Q 2 i T I I 5 54 I , ' Z ' ' i ! I , g , . SURPRISE---Mayor Wilscmn Hhlnws his top," when he finds that his study is full of monkeys, DRAWS A RECORD CROWD STOP THE WEDDING, a three-act play, was pre- sented by the Senior Class of 1959 on the eveningiof March 21, 1958. Directed by Mr. Dale Cummins and Miss Lucille Dunn, the attraction drew a bigger crowd than any other play. Bill Jones, better known as Pop- corn, started the action when he stopped the wedding between Lorie Wilson and a little squirt named Clarence. THE WEDDING- Popcorn and Lorie are trying to get married, but Mayor Wfilson is trying his best to "Stop the Vifeddingf' Things really started popping when Popcorn and the college students protested a curfew that Mayor Wilson and the city council had set up. Between the student strikes, Clarence is sent to Alaska. As Popcorn and Lorie are finally ready to be married a Marine breaks in and STOPS THE WEDDING. FIRST ROW: Judy Henderson. Beverly Vlfhiterl. Lowell Shearer. juilcne I-Iunt. SECOND ROW: jack Waymire, Mr. Dale Cummins, Directorg Fawntella Swan. Student Director: Bill Lukens. Bill Smith. Don Thompson, Student Director: Paul Stepp. 2 l i E 5 ATHLETICS Cheering the football team down the field, watching the basketball go through the hoop, and yelling at baseball games build up school spirit. Teamwork. sportsmanship, -and working together are all a part of the athletic program. Here at Milton- Union the students have a chance to participate in football, basketball, baseball, track, volleyball, and bowling. Win or lose-the greatest thing to remember is that if one tries and does his best he has succeeded. 2544 I h Y Q?-' I 19 " , 5275 , 1- v np.-rv '54 KPN i K 351, M: L ,, -QSM.-W wi , ,xjinf ,J,.,, , 2 f, Qfxwfllf'-, .W . . 1 A ,gi -fm gysvf f 3 J" Y 5 Wiffxm V' D51 jfm4:1f3W3'sf5, ' f-7 ag, 1 .f , -Mm,i.gg',y,,M.e,j2w?p: f '10 , EEE FT- 'ik in ' X ff 4 ir? ff.,-M , , "ff4:i5vfj' 7 W "W ,MSQQBETH 1 , W M 1 I X i HK 35,5 Q!!! iii! HI llllll I 0 M LTD! I I I ala ul fm l I I E! 'E I QI -rg t U, XM 4 T FIRST ROW: Mr. William Ballinger, Coachg Pat Holder, Manager: Terry Humphrey, Chuck Green, Ronnie Becker, Keith Brown Danny Hancock, Karl Williams, Allen Netzley, john Bradshaw, Bill Smith, David Kingrey, Larry Becker, Manager. SECOND ROW Ronnie Bemer, David Patterson, Doug Stoner, Pat Mote, W'ayne Brooke, Roger Mote, Steve Michaels, Bruce Spitler, Vernon Smedley Tom Smith, Tom Gray, Paul Bidwell, BULLDOGS TAKE THIRD IN SWBL As soon as the snow melted in ,the spring of 1958, the Milton-Union Bulldogs, coached by Mr. William Ballin ger, started wearing in their gloves for the coming season. This year behind the pitching of junior Terry Humph- rey, the Bulldogs captured a third place in the Southwest- ern Buckeye League. Since there were only three seniors on the squad, the remaining boys will return next year. Paul Bidwell, one of the senior team members, goes to bat. w LI X un winn t Lk ffll SL Q loos Qtr e sw 1955 IhQ l5Lilltlog,,s h tt i ldigwger su Q s t is XLIYS it QL ati in x th Bu Qr 1 Q i W Q Q t Co LLII I ttles o or Relus te X t non e tu In the litter L Bull o s onli txxo points were storel hx Cm StuQlQhtkQr ThQ lite est Qxent ol thQ ietr xx ts the Soutlmesurn Butk me Ie t5,ue Meet l1ClLl tt XX Qst C trrollton At this meet the BullQlotg,s nude their best showings VQrnon Smulley took first pl1Qe in the 880Y1rcl Run fury StutlQhtkQr took 1 sQQonQl tluc in the Pole Vault The Mile Relay composed of Vernon Smedlq 1Qk XY1lll'lLI' use I-Innes incl Dem Clinefcltcr KHITIL in Put Tad O tks iumt ed to a titth plum in the Broad lump Ioe Cummins time in fifth in the Mile Run Dean Cline feltcr I.1Qk XY'1lther Iesie Hunes Gln Studebaker and Benny Carroll ment to the District Truk Meet in Dayton TRACK TEAM MAKES BEST SHOWING IN SOUTHWESTERN BUCKEYE LEAGUE I'IRSl ROXY! leQldv Otks C uy Sfllkllbikll 'Icrrx Cummins Dun flinefelter Hmm Carroll Mxrun Rue SFCOND ROW Scott I11 Cuncy Biker Ink Wlyllilfl Ioel VlI1LlCYl'7LlIL, Ion XX1QlenLr Ink Wtltlicr All'1n Dexter Rox 115 Mqnigcr THIRD ROW Mr Willitni Cinn Couh RonniQ Barrier Allen Netxlu Vernon Srnedlu Stuurt Miller Icssc I-Iamu Iohn Miihlcr Allan Suigart CIQ .1 l X"'illi. C' t irn 'l his . li Q llldl e '. ly '- .. . ,- I . I -' ' " Y. inthr klflllgklli ' 'J tlt Wt- :tml A , - I' ' "- gw' I . 4 4 thi' year th.tn they hue html in the init They It I' . ' 1 " ' 1 1. ' ' - 1 . Qxti ur -l hc l ol' their lFl.lIIlQlll.lI' eets vi tl - .nl ' ' A ' ' W ' 1 -f, ' Tipp Clit". l ut were letettel hy he I I l - it 1 t' 't A . il 1' 1 1 i A A ' , A ' Eaton in it Lllltll meet, The Bulldogs also took iurt in the fourth, Allan Svvigart also took L1 fourth place in the Shot- Tf 1- .md ti A .mit Ri. "eQ, A I A tht I - I X4 . f A Q , . J gs I. ,A'.. , . AK 1. ,L I, , K ,V V , i Q Q, .A , f - - A - A t ' ,- ti 2 .Q Z . Q I . 4 1 ' A A . A L ' I ' V. I Q V' ' '. - A ll . fi' I '.'. . ' . 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V A. -lf' '.A r ' v 'I bf .:-- .- ' ' 1 fi K- Nm 1 Q s. ai' 5 fl ,ap I '73-A l f l -r , -f X149 i DISADVANTAGE WITHOUT GYM Plczsmt llrll here vxe come Not lYlXlI1g our new gym DINILIIII rompletcd 1ll Mrlton home L,II'I1C.5 were p lyec 1t Neuron Hrgh School IU Ple1sant Hlll Haung 1 com p1r1t1xely short te1m the Bulldogs were sorncvnhat 1t 1 tllS1LlX lllllL,L Th1s ycnrs x 1rs1ty squad consrsted of tour senrors fue lLll1lOI'S 1nd three sophomores O11 December 5 the Bulldogs tmgled w1th the Iarrborn llycrs 111 the fxrst game of the year Losrng by a score ol Gs 57 the Bulldogs kept the1r sp1r1ts up 1nd looked lorxx lftl to the rest of the season In the next tvyo g1ITlCS the Bulldogs were aga1n defe1ted by Colonel Whlte 1nd Prqur Troy md Tecumseh also conquered the Bulldogs IH thc Hol1d1y Tournament at the Hobart Arena On llllllfy 7 the M1lton UHIOII hoopsters played thcrr f1rst lc1guc g1me afmnst the II1ton Eagles The I1gles humg 111 outstlndml se1son chpped Mrlton 10 50 Coach WlllldH1 Grnn and h1s ass1stant Bob Long really put the boys to vxork and 1t p11d off The next game vsh1ch was wth the M1d1son Rams vxas the f1rst yrctory of the season mth 1 score of 45 43 Howexer the Bulldogs were not able to keep up the pace and were taken rn the next tvso games by O1kvsood and Butler Agam Mrlton turns the tables 1nd defeats the T1pp C1ty Red Deuls 743 Back ID the slump the Dogs lost the next tvso g1mes to West Carrollton and Randolph th1s gaxe the Bulldogs 7 5 record for the SWBL In the last game V1k1ngs The game vuth Mramx East vyas called off be c1use of an epldemrc of scarlet fexer Although the grclter percentage of the games ended rn defeat the school stlll ma1nta1ned IIS hrgh Splflf Thls IS the grmtest factor rn any sport Anyone can be a good vxmner but 1t takes a real sportsman to be a good loser H. VARQIIY SQL AD IIRST ROW Dean Clmefelter, jack Waymue Allen Netzley, B111 Smrrh Manager, Chuck Green, Kerth Brown, Ted Oaks SEC OND ROW Mr Bob Long, Assrstant Coach jack XValther Tom Gray jesse Hames jon XX'1dener, Ronme Berner, Karl WMI hams Mr B111 Cwlnn, Coach 67 . .thu ' . , Y, 1. K -' , , ,, - ' 'f ' L ' ' y yy . ' ' " ' 'Q 51 ' . 'A 11 - '.. " A 1 4, . ' ' " ' ' . 1 - .L . yn- 1. , N- . 1 . Q L .1 1 V' 1 1 - . . '- -I A Y.. rl . - v f ' I v , - A V A A I A , Vi .I , ,f ,,- V L . r I V ' A ,, . . 4 H D Y' A 4 y I 1 . ,. ,- L , 1 ' , rg' I ' , v . . . ' " 1 : 1. 4 1.8 U , , Y I 1 " ' A ' ' 1 ' of the season the Bulldogs were taken by Miamisburg . ,L . L A , ,2 . y I YL I V, . . Y - 1 y: va ' . 2 1 , ' 1 A I , , v 1 . 1 . . . Y ll 3 . I L I L L l K. I - I . . W . 7 ' jz 4 ' - - 1 ,g , K - , . , 1 . .1 , . ,. . ' .1 . 1 if 1 -- . , . .' , . - , ' , , ' ' " - . . . g . . -1' 1 . ff -- In of ' ' , . X FOUR SENIORS, FIVE JUNIORS, THREE SOPHOMORES - 1 T' DEAN CLINEFELTER JACK WALTHER JACK WAYMIRE JON WIDENER Guard Center Guard Forward - ,w '- - TOM GRAY JESSE HAINES ALLEN NETZLEY TED OAKS Center Forward Guard Guard MAKE UP VARSITY SQUAD. KARL WILLIAMS RONNIE BERNER KEITH BROWN CHUCK GREEN Forward Forward Guard Guard RESERVE SQUAD FIRST ROW: Steven Roush, jerry jones, Russell Fisher, Sam Knife. jim Smith, Allan Dexter, Marvin Rue, Mr. Robert Long Conch. SECOND ROW: Bill Smith, Managerg john Bradshaw, Kent Vrmey. Gary Recher. Ralph Hildebrand, Scott jay, Roy jay Wfe Opponent They 7 West Carrollton tPremierj 6 6 Northridge 0 6 'Eaton 20 14 'Trotwood-Madison 8 2 5 'Oakwood N41 14 'Vandalia-Butler 1 2 7 'Tipp City 12 6 'West Carrollton 28 14 'Randolph N22 1 2 Covington 18 'League FIRST ROW: Gary Studebaker, Allen Netzley, Roger Mote, jack Walther, Ronnie Berner, Barry Brown, Paul Stepp, jack Way- mire, Terry joe Cummins, jerry Oaks, Dick Wheelock, Tom Gray, Bruce Spitler, Scott Lair, Terry Humphrey. SECOND ROW: Steve Schmermund, Manager, Marvin Rue, Teddy Oaks, Scott jay, Doug Steiner, Steven Michaels, Bob Wagner, Mike Northrup, Sain Knife, john Bradshaw, Bill Smith, Ralph Hilde- BULLDOGS FIND LEAGUE GOING ROUGH Starting the action for the gridiron season, the Milton- Union Bulldogs, led by Co-Captains Jack Waymire and Terry joe Cummins, met the West Carrollton Pirates at the Oakwood Premier. Defeating the Pirates 7-6, the team anticipated its next game, which was with Northridge. Under the coaching of Mr. Bob Long, and his assistant Mr. William Ginn, the Bulldogs with the score of 6-0 brought home a victory against the Polarbears. The first league game, which was with Eaton, turned out to be to the Eagles' advantage, and the Bulldogs had to take a back seat with the score of 20-6. The next three league games showed two wins against Madison and Butler, but were upset by Oakwood. The most exciting game of the season was the Home- coming game against Tipp. Milton trailing 12-6 with less than a minute to go started a drive and was deep In Devil territory when the final gun went off. Being defeated by West Carrollton, Randolph and Covington the Bulldogs closed the season with a fifth place in the SWBL. branci, David Cook, jan Wheelock, David Kendall, Ronnie Mikel, Manager. THIRD ROW: Mr. Robert Long, Coachg Richard Nihizer, Stanley Magel, Glen Kendall, jon Widener, Jim Smith, Chuck Green, Pat Mote, Roger Brooke, Doug Mid- lam, jesse Haines, Bill Holmes, Tom Bowles, Karl Williams, Greg Ditmer, Tom Smith, Mr. Bill Ginn, Assistant Coach. Tiny Ted Oaks proves you can't keep a good man down, as he escapes the clutches of a Red Devil defender. ff' TERRY HUMPHREY GARY STUDEBAKER SCOTT LAIR JACK WALTHER Quarterback Halfback Halfback Halfbaclc All-League All-League - Honorable Mention Honorable Mention TERRY CUMMINS Co-Captain Center All-League JACK WAYMIRE Co-Captain End All-League ROGER MOTE Guard CO-CAPTAINS Scrimmage games, using the opponents tactics, help prepare the team for the coming Friday night games. n"""1 E95- PAITL STEPP JERRY OAKS ALLEN NETZLEY RONNIE BERNER Guard Tackle Fullback End All-League All-League Honorable Mention Honorable Mention MAKE ALL-LEAGUE Co-Captain, Jack Wayriiire, appears to be trying to leap over the Tipp City tacklers. "THE THINKERH could be his title but he is Head Coach Bob Long. and he is studying the tactics of the ball club in order to give them some pointers. BULLPUPS HAVE TRYING SEASON c-,J FIRST ROW Tom Grngrlch Russell Frsher Larry Becker Dave Wxllrams Davrd Watson Jerry Pinkerton jeff Hess B111 Ewen SECOND ROW Benny Nankrvell Ken Cryder David Lesher Dav1d Lreser Arne Vanderburg Jrm Crawford Steve Roush Pat Holder Stanley jones Corky OCallaghan Barry Hart Eugene Ross Mr Wrllram Ballmger Coach Butch Hrldebrand jxm Boyer Greg Stoltz jerry Pearson Wfalter Rentz B111 Freeman Larry Mmton Rlchard Johnston Bob Pyle Stexen Overholser Don Stoner Manager Rlchard Schellhaas Manager Mr Herbert Iannone Assrstant Coach Hampered by the bulldmg of the new locker rooms the Mrlton Unron Bullpup s srze was kept to a mmrmum Although the season was only medrocre the experlence gamed by the boys through the efforts of Head Coach Mr Wrllnam Ballmger and hrs asslstant Mr Herbert Iannone w1ll proflt them m the years to come The hrghllght of the season was the come back agalnst Butler and Randolph W Opponent Randolph Butler Oakwood Butler Randolph They iv 'QI , .'f- sl" ' YA ' s l . K S ttf! , V '31 .I I 1 5553 Q1 'fit Sql- Et A S Q 'A 'J' V l' r 4 'X I4 3 W - f 'QU ' . . , e V - . 0 p 6 ' ' 6 S SS S S SS SSSS12 ' ' 0 S S S SS S33 - ' ' ' . 18 S SS S S SS 0 ' ' ' S zo SS S S o This year the Cross Country team returned to Milton- Union after being absent for four years. Coached by Mr. Herbert Iannone, the squad did very well for its size. The schedule consisted of five meets. In the first meet with West Carrollton, out of thirty-seven boys, Milton placed second, ninth and eleventh. The second meet was held at Franklin-Monroe High School. Here Milton failed to place in the first twenty. Fairview was the scene of the fourth meet. The Bulldogs failed to place in the first ten. The district meet was held at Springfield. Again Milton did not rate in the first twenty. The last meet, which was the league meet at Vandalia-Butler, was Milton's best showing. As a team Milton placed fourth. Out of forty-nine boys joel Van- derurg placed sixth, Keith Brown placed eleventh, and Ronnie Elleman held down the thirteenth position. 71 ' ,4 ' . I S QW fgyf' CROSS COUNTRY RETURNS TO MILTON-UNIGN LEFT TO RIGHT: joel Vanderburg, Ronnie Elleman. Eddie Weber, Keith Brown, Mr, Herbert Iannone Coach. .X '60 i "Z""" Y ... i'l?" Q31 E -. --- 3 -nu li- WH -..C .TIL an , . Q 1 il 4 ., ,.,.f. 9 Dil 2......f2 lun:-in DZ Lt" Qlli .. ....,... in Z1 nil'- ' :-Nat VARSITY, RESERVE DISPLAY GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP ...4.. , . i.. ,L- I -ww t i ..L.......4- 1 .-A1 at V' 'JIU LK .1 LN I FIRST RONV: Judy Snyder, jane Brewer, Carol Ifalh, -Iudy Henderson. SECOND ROW: Ruth Landis, 'Iuilene Hunt, Karen Shank. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL RIYSIERVIY VOLLEYBALL We Olbpwzezzt They We Oppwzezzf They 25 Tipp City 26 50 Bradford 12 47 Bradford 10 51 Newton 27 5 5 Newton 2 3 12 Troy 3 2 20 Troy 21 10 Piqua 29 36 Piqua 25 16 Sidney 40 23 Sidney 18 31 Greenville 27 28 Greenville 15 FIRST ROW: Sheryll Hart, Judy Tyson, Nancy Strawser, Barbara Kester, Kathy Archer, joy Wfheelock, jean Durham. SECOND ROW: Linda Rathfon, Susan Miller, janet Smith, Judy Sher- man, Sandra Swigart Pam Hood, Susan Kerr, jill Oshorne. THIRD ROW: Connie Thompson, Barbara Wagner, Claudia Sanditer, Martha Spitler, Dianne Howard, Nancy Warner, jane Harsh- harger. . T71 5L?3P1f5 Myra Foster gets set for a strike! BOWLERS RECEIVE TRGPHIES Bowlers, Fawntella Swank and Ruth Landis, carefully check their scores. Hey! I've got a strike-is the frequently heard cry of one of the seventy girls on the G.A.A. bowling team at Milton-Union. The girls bowl every Monday evening at McKaig Lanes in Troy. Instead of team competition, they play against each other to see who can make the highest score. At the end of March a trophy is given to the girl with the highest individual score and the highest average for the month of March. 8 J2 14 , ' I Q i t by i 1 -. y I PEOPLE No two persons are alike. There are certain characteristics which are desirable in every person which constitute ll healthful personality-such as a sense of humor and friendliness. At Milton-Union personality and individuality are stressed. Here among the faces every type of person can be found. So near alike yet all differentg all have their traits. These blend together to give Milton- Union that individual touch. Each adds in his own way to the school spirit on which all schools thrive. ff 1 1, fa J, 1 f. "I 1. :Y ., -Q gh, va ii , 5: S'?' My M 'RY' Q CROWDED HALLS, UP-DOWN STAIRS FIRST ROXV: Gloria Bright, Scott Brumbaugh, Carol Boston, Barbara Collins. Sonia Cassell, Sharon Burnside. SECOND ROVU: Mark Bohse, Dorothy Claycomb. Linda Brubaker, Sophia Arnett, Ella Banks, Linda Coate, Jackie Baker, Jim Booher, THIRD ROW: Iwfary Lynn Coate, Earl Biederman. Re- porter: Robert Bnttson, Billy Beck, Richard Carnell, Tim Brandt, Linda Baker, Charlotte Branden- burg. Y L-l.l.l!'3:ti'l.'E1E 's FIRST Hines, ROW: Jerry Hughes, Paul Diane Jones, Judy Hurley, Gloria Heisey, Connie Haworth, Bobby Harshbarger. SEC OND ROW: Cindy Hirsch, Treasurer: Rose Mary Hewitt, Chris Hansen, Bonnie Hildebrand, Mike Jeffers, Stephen Honeyman, Billy Howell. THIRD ROW: Sharyn Hoover, Carol Harshbarger, Lois Hoover, Dick Hines, Ronnie Hicks, Randall Hughes, Barbara Hirby. NOT PIC- TURED: Steve Krug. 80 FIRST ROVV: Raymond Combs, Angeline Frady, Wayne Cripe, Robert Drees, Barbara Hankey, Larry Eastridge, Ronnie Dickson. SECOND ROW: Donald Ditmer, Joyce Hall, Vernon Elleman, Kay Davis, Pa- tricia Cress, Terry Dexter, Rita Foster. THIRD ROW: Allen Elifritz, Leta Gear- hart, Lonnie Doles, President: Diana Diet- rich, Vice-President: Linda Cool, Jim Free- man, Diane Darst, Larry Ganger. GIVE 7TH GRADERS ROUGH TIME FIRST ROVU: Galen Putcrbaugh. Eddie Rose. Tom Peele, Jerry Shaw. Jimmy Small. Carolyn Rose. SECOND ROW: Dorcas Slagenweit. Bonnie Shade. Carolyn Shell- hammer, Randy Nortlirup, Pamela Shade. Peggy Nankiyell, Sharon Potts. Tanya Shade. THIRD ROXV: Vickie Sherman, Brenda Recher, Mike Oaks. Eddie Smith. Steve Saul. Dale Phillabaum, Judy Roth. FIRST ROVV: Gary Knife, Doug Miller. Earl Mergler. Dale Mote. Neil Longeneclcer, Dennis Mc- Griff. Glen Lyhargcr. SECOND ROXW: Betty McGinnis. Virginia Minnich, John MCMaken, Jimmy Latter. VC'ilma Kiser. Judy Kunlcle- man, John Kolb. THIRD ROXV: Sharon Millikin. Carol Kauffman. Peggy Mason. Carol Minnich, Rus- sell Lukens, Gerald Howell, Karen Millikin. FIRST ROXV: Karen -Yount. Joyce Thompson, Donna Tinnerman, Sec- retaryg Jo Ann W'ebc-r. Cindy Trent. Roy XY'yrick. Ronnie Stine. SECOND ROXV: Ted S'uclehaker. Ralph XX'arner. Account Treasurer: Kathy XVert's. Jean Sotzing. Caro- lyn Swatliyyood. Terry Warner. Dean Sowers, THIRD ROXV: Don- na XY'illis. Otis Trader. Kenny Smith. Jayne W'right. Kay Vfarner. Dick'S0wers, Patty XY'acklcr. NOT PICTIIRED: Donald Stoner. FIRST RONX': Donaltl Booher. Mary Ellen Bright, Janalee Dearth. Barhara Dickson. Janet Ditmer, Karen Anderson, SECOND ROW: Darlene Bc-secker, Gary Beard, Mary Bare, John Dowler, Kenny Brumbaugh, Mary Berry. THIRD ROXV: James Alley. Tom Cor- coran, Don Diley, Daxitl Brewer, Linda Arnold, Dawson Cress. Judy Brewer. NOT PICTVREDQ Billy Burton. FIRST ROXV: Marilyn Eurlong. June Fryman, Theresa Fine, Allen Grise. Joyce Goffinet. Melvin Gcrtz, SECOND ROXV: Ann Ellc- man. Barry Hart. Janie Gingrich, Treasurerg Joyce Gibbs. Sally Grif- fin, Elizabeth Holmes. THIRD ROW? Doug Hunley. Bill Erec- man, President, Byron Erlwartls. Steve Henderson. Gary Heisey. Jack Evans. NOT PICTIIRED: Jane Fetters, Larry Furlong. AT BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL GAMES EIGHTH FIRST ROXV: Bill Keener. Gloria Longstreath, Bobby Menker, Don Lucous, Donna Mergler, Lawrence Kiser. Jimmy Kinsey, SECOND ROVV: James Knight. Tom Miller. Gerald Mikel, Dale Lesher. Peggy Kress, Otis BIeacl. THIRD ROVU: Cathy Lukens, Sandra Macy. Gen ald Knife, Kenny Mattis. Larry Minton, Richard Johnston. Jimmy Iclclings, NOT PICTVRED: Frank Howell. 'WE' FIRST ROXY: john Plantz. l.intl.i Neff. Linda Minnich, Rena Netf- ley, limny Nanlcivell. SECOND ROXW: Marcia Miller. Mary Mum- ma, Ruth Nihizer. Bonnie Purk- eypile. Mary Popp, THIRD ROXXT Stew Overholser, Johnny Pear- son. Curtis Ogan. jerry Pinkerton. Vice-Pirsitlenti I e r r y Pearson. Corky Ofallaglmn. NOT PIC- 'l'I'RlfD: Dale Pierce. FIRST ROW: Eugene Spitler, Ralph Simmons, Sue Sollenberger, Ruth Ann Shelley, john Snell. Kenny Rohrer. Steve Schmermund. SECOND ROW: Larry Shaw, Nctlette Smith, Ruth Ann Sanders.. Richartl Schellhaas, Angela Rentz. ' ' Bettie Rhoades, Account Treasurer. 1 THIRD ROW: Alonzo Sowers, Y - Xt' M' Richard Smith, Scott Snyder, jim- i my Smith, James Oaks, Ricky Robinson, Eugene Ross. NOT PIC- TURED: Richard sane. l 'H M GRADERS ADD TO SCHOOL SPIRIT BY YELLING FIRST ROXV: .lane W'aymirC, Richard Wfelmrly, Cheryl Victor. Cecil XX'ebb, Carol NX"aymire. Re- porter: Peggy Swisher. SECOND ROXV: Charles Tinnerman. David Vallieu, Terry Talbott, .Iuva jean Spitler, Bobby Stringer, Nancy Stoner. Secretary. THIRD ROXV: jane X'i'all4er. Gary XVackler. Billy XY'arnc-r. Mike Strawser. Elmer NX'erling. Beverly Titcombe. OFFICERS-FIRST ROW: Patsy Cummins, Treasurer, Cheryl Beeman, Reporterg Karen Iddings, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Russell Fisher, Sergeant-at-Armsg Tom Gingrich, Presidentg Pat Holder, Vice-President. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Esther Knife, Mr. Robert Long, Advisors. The Class of '62 found themselves in an intriguing new world choosing unfamiliar subjects. For the only money- making project the freshman class pays class dues. As freshmen they found invitations of membership to various clubs and organizations extended to them. Not only did the freshmen join, but they assumed active roles in club activities, participated sportswise and became promis- ing athletic material for the future. FRESHMAN FLOAT PLACES THIRD. 84 Allen Albaugh Eleanor Albert Kenneth Baker Roger Barnes Barbara Battson Larry Becker Cheryl Beeman Larry Beetley Terry Beetley jerry Belcher Ronald Belcher Sandra Bent .. :rc Rolvcrt Bischer -lane Blzxcl-:more Kay Blackmore Carol Blanton Shawn Bohse Jimmie Boyer -Indy Bmdslmw Dennis 'Bright wylllllllll Brown Judy Buclwler I illiun me Burnside Phyllis Collins Diunl Cool imes Ci ru ford 4 'Y ' Lilly 4 45 ' x S K Ann Corrcllo yer' J4 1 ' Q . fi ., u T ip , - I ,',, .. M' S, i -Q S .E:.' x 1: C - x ,g,,f- 'Xi , 3' , .-' W -: -3 . er. wh fin 5- ? 3' an n if . 2 ".. "fy , 4. -if 1 Y 4 ,-ffisix, ' X . 3 is J .Q wif .ls srl in' CLASS OF '62 FIGHTS TRADITIONAL GREENNESS. CCT? 6- T' 'iff C, 5 QS, 'Y H-' 'gr -Q 1 4. IVV' I il . ' 4 I .gh if rx ' 1 V t ll . 15 . .1 X I .vw-.s F qi . Ken Crycler Patsy Cummins Steven Cymbala Donna Daniels Tom Davis Becky Dearth Richard Dearth Buddy Dennis Carolyn Dcubner James Dilcy Judy Ditmer Paige Ditmer Byron Donohoo Karen Dyke Bill Ewen Rodney Fields Russell Fisher Franklin Fulton Tom Gingrith Gary Goffinet Patty Green Jerry Hahn juliakl-Iall Carolyn Harry 85 15. , KX f" 2, XX 'x ,Jw Marilyn Harry , Q Shannon Harshbarger 'U' XX'illiam Heisey .- I Sue Hemmerich Mark Hershberger +1 jeffrey Hess 41' -. Eugene Hildebrand x., M., " Pat Holder Q-y X 'xf 17" I , , Joyce Hoover Dianne Howard ! Samuel Howell Dale Hughes Karen Iddings Richard jackson Sally jay CHOOSING SUBJECTS, JOINING CLUBS, PARTICIPATING Doris johnson Stanley jones J. D. Kelly Ted Krug Mary Lou Lambert John Laughman Gayle Lavey Linda Lehman David Lieser Janice Lowry Mark Lutz Diana Lybarger Richard Manson Mary Lou Miller Marilyn .Null David Patterson Robert Patterson James Penny Linda Pfeiffer john Plantz Lowell Puterbaugh Robert Pyle Linda Rentz Walter Rentz 4-7 'ng--N at E qv .va e. . 4' A A. ,gc Mis ar: " 6, f cf-'K X I P I M . y I A NXUHNIQI , I, I 4,4 . J 423- 'Y Q' x X' Q ' f X 'D X I 'x P I F Q4 X 1'-Mt-. , L 'ls Michael Rich Philip Roberts U , l K, 'T' . lk . 1 JV' ,ft 0 N I Bobby Sue Rogers if' 'F R 145 W 5' Connie Ronicker ' "RW ,Q Owen Rose ,U A t I Steven Roush . Glenna Rumble M 5 W A .. , Beverly Sexauer ' f A " ".f 4. Bonnie Shaurer V ",, V - ' ' Gay Simmons AV A M, K K' td i ,. ikfy, I Vt 7. Q 4 fa'xil"1-we c f. its,-av 19233, . ' i Betty Lou Sowry 4 K 3- Carolyn Sowry . 'Q 4 ' N 'Q I ml Karen Spears . 2 4' 'i 2. if Ag Kenneth Spitler ' i f-f ' ' .L Martha Spitler I L ' ' ' X , ' A N . by ' R f K Roy Steele gs " A f- , 1-f v- Sue Stepp 1-3 W L, as lx Richard sane X 5' Q Y ' "M Gregory Stoltz j ,,'t xt A Linda Strawser . rw Q john Stringer il ,. - 5, g -QP Dwaine Swathwood ' f, ' - V jimmy Titcombe ,X ' 'ii' David Truitt ei 1 " Vi, fx M 4 X ' f Arne Vanderburg UQ wljiu ',yS Q 'lm 5 ,s'1'ig. Q 'ff 4 2 I illtiafi 413 .K . pl- K- w , xiii 26" 7 x X. X I , 1 Xnlfl lx i 46 5 Roy Van Dyke Pamela Varvel Barbara Wagner Marvin Warner Nancy Warner David Watson Jerry Webb David Williams Sammy Wyrick Betty Zellers SOPHOMORES COLLECT TAX STAMPS, COMIC BOOKS, 1 OFFICERS-FIRST ROW: john Bradshaw, Treasurerg Paul johnson, Vice-Presidentg Marvin Rue. President: Roy Jay, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mike Northrup, Personal Account Treasurer: Allan Dexter, Reporterg Miss Lucille Dunn, Mr. Jack Adams, Ad- visors. The Class of '61 worked to attain success in their Wfhile they eagerly awaited their junior year, the sopho- scholastic studies as well as in their extracurricular activ- mores participated in many activities such as drill team, ities. band, cheerleading, basketball and football teams and The sophomores experienced the thrill of serving at the numerous Clubs' junior-Senior Banquet. They also sponsored an annual The sophomores planned to add more activities and "Sophomore Hop," which is their first moneymaking looked forward to a prosperous junior year. project. Theresa Abshire Bill Anderson Douglas Baker X - I ' Judith Battson , 1' X Q 2? 53 ' i f hi iii' Richard Belcher Ronnie Berner Elaine Bohse gy I Roger Booher Tom Bowles John Bradshaw George Brandt Roger Brooke PLAN HOP BEGIN MONEY MAKING PROJECTS Wfayne Brooke Keith Brown Carol Cain Bonnie Callicoat Freida Carnell Glenda Combs David Cook Judith Cool Susan Cool Barbara Cress Gail Davis Barbara Deubner Allan Dexter Sue Dickey Kay Lynn Ditmer Jeanne Durham Terry Elliott jim Fetter Lynn Fogle Myra Foster Mary Freeman Daryla Fuller Carol Garrison Charles Green Sherry Grissum Valaria Harshbarger Eugene Heisey Ralph Hildebrand Lynn Hirsch Bob Honeyman Pam Hood Marilyn Hoover Sharon Hughes Matt Ingram Niles jay EXPERIENCE THRILL OF SERVING ROY Jay Paul johnson Bob Jones jerry jones Susan jones Sharon Kauffman David Kendall Nancy Kerr Sammy Knife jerry Latter Carol Laycock Judy Lees Sandra Long Judy Lucous Sherman Lucous Rodney McDowell Sandra Marcum Ronald Mead Ronnie Mikel Connie Miller Ned Mote Nicholas Mote Sharon Mote Wilma Neff Theresa Newman Richard Nihizer Mike Northrup Marilyn Oakes jim Oburn Jill Osborne joan Patterson Sandra Peele Walter Pfeiffer jerry Pierce Larry Ray me .. W' ill! N gk G. . ,Jr V ' A f y ,axw N X ,V J! ',f, i xiii VX it . ers' :af f aw i - ai Q v f 1 N ,Q Q-ft 'GI7 ' 2 fir J gf' WY '-'lf f Q K , , A nw, ,k . sg X , 1? fv 4 - 9 .lltilillim il: 25, tx lx fh . 'A at 2' tm. ' ' Si vw I ' ' ,Q-3 , . lf 1 1 +1 4 W . K 4 15 49, 4 f ff I 4 A 71 '- Ct T - as y 4. . 'bv E i AT JUNIOR-SENIGR BANQUET. 'pi 9. 1 I x. ., ' 5- 93 5- -JL x K Q' A, .RV 1- I if 1 V 'Y s N, 2. l .L sl 'K' ?: -6 " ,A ge' , I ' I . 2X soo IL .N . V on 4. Q . on ?"'f W B- gf :rt s Gary Recher Vickie Rhoades Jackie Rike Marvin Rue Claucliu Sanclifer Jerry Schwartz Mary Alice Seabrook Sharon Shaffer Ronnie Shellhammer Tom Shuff Sherry Smith Tom Smith Carol Spitler Judy Spitler Sylvia Stallman joy Thompson Beverly Thornburg Tom Timmins Bill Titcombe Martin Trent Kent Urmey Geraldine Vallieu Brenda Van Kirk Don VUebb Carolyn Wfeikert Catherine XX'erling Gloria VC'erts Roger NWhitacre Brenda Wliittington Robert Wficlener Linda NX'ilt Donna Wfolfe Roy Wczoley Marilyn Wfright Joyce Yahle JUNIORS PLAN BANQUET AND PROM, .I 'Oli .5 14. -g irl M .S Q' I - 55. .' - 'I X 'ff V C at f 'fi S QXXNXX X3 ff. I E x ,f 'W f I All kll'rf'1 .x lil : e fu- - ' A , t h u 7 "-- ' "X . .. 4. f1'al..i X , . The juniors have found this year very exciting. Their money projects included selling concessions at the home football games and operating the candy booth at noon. The operation of concessions at basketball games was impossible because of the remodeling of the gym, No- vember 25, the day their class rings came, was one to which they looked forward. Annual Career Day, held November 4, proved very Kathy Archer James Baker Ronnie Becker Larry Bohlender l5ai'hara Boston John Breidenbach jane Brewer Rollie Brewer helpful for some in choosing a vocation and preparing for the future. Other highlights included producing of the junior Class Play and sponsoring the junior-Senior Prom, both spring events. As they escorted the seniors down the aisle at Com- mencement, they eagerly awaited their senior year. OFFICERS---FIRST ROXW: Joyce Long. Secretary. jesse Haines, Vice-President: Jane Harshbarger, Treasurer. SECOND RONX': Mrs. Mildred Warner, Advisorg Bill Lea. Publicity: Jo Ann Gingrich. Reporterg Carol Ehlers, Personal Ac- -- countant Treasurerg Mr. Dale Cummins, Advisor. 92 PRODUCE CLASS PLAY, Dwaine Bright Sharon Bright Barry Brown Nadcan Coate Cynthia Collins Cindy Cross Sally Curtis Mike Cymbala Connie Decter Marvin DeMoss Kay Dennis Greg Ditmer Kay Ditmer Donna Doles james Donohoo Beverly Eastridge Carol Ehlers Ronnie Elleman james Elliott Joanne Fetters Carolyn Furlong Leland Garber Joy Gibboney jo Ann Gingrich Tom Gray jesse Haines Sandra Harry jane Harshbarger Sheryll Hart Sharon Hartley an Us .1 fc ,M S: , .y ,yi l aiel' V' ix ,ti x ky liz V SD: M V f. ,gt 4 C 3 -fy' K 4,4 'L R L fr 1 Q Li- in XY Q i Q l V il' C xi , 5 3, .gd , , , - v,Y Q' .5 if Q ii l W' ,, I ' I- i a ll 4 1:45 l , or Q27 ' " T7 ' " ff' A i 4.7 I Baa l 1' L L ' 1 .1 ' 4. ' . W t . I, .N xx fi 5? tx I. ' n ms'i. ll1 f ii I 34x Paul I-Iershberger Y, , Bill Holmes 1 Larry Honeyman -. 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A0 41 I, E t v S ffl 'iw "H ,f Sf.3Q?f" f ' SQ ,. :. -S 94 4 Mike Humphrey Dewitt Jay Glen Kendall Susan Kerr Barbara Kester David Kingrey Bill Lea Joyce Long Stanley Magel Linda Manson Ann Marlcland Steve Michaels Susan Miller Carolyn Minnich Pat Mote Preston Mote Allen Netzley Francis Northrup Jerry Oaks Teddy Oaks Sara Oyer Gary Pierce Linda Rathfon Cynthia Rike Connie Rogers Mary Ann Roush Nevin Rohrer Trenton Runkle Judy Sherman lNIary Simmons Bonnie Smith jim Smith janet Smith Judy Sotzing Doug Steiner t AND MOVE TO HIGHER INCOME BRACKETS One can always tcll that it's half-time at a football guinc hy looking at the concession stand opcrrited hy the juniors. ,aff Ji ip! N 'Q .4 4, ? .ff 9 Kathy Stine Connie Stockslager Doug Stoner Nancy Strawser Sandra Swigart Karen Swisher Connie Thompson Barbara Tinnerman Judy Tyson Joel Vanderburg Tom Voke Lowell XX'ade Tom XVagner Carol XX'erling joy Wheelock Karl Wfilliams Carolyn XY'right Jim Yates Patty Zellers 96 l l l A few seniors give Mike Wiescr's "bomb" Ll good look over THE BOSS LADIES-Mrs. Lauree Huffalcer and Mrs. Edith Noble are the senior class advisorsg they run the "big show." SENIORS CHOOSE MOTTO "THE ROPES OF THE SENIOR C L A S S OFFICERS: Ray Hoover, Treasurerg Fawntella Swank. Historian: Ruth I, a n d i s, Rcpnrterg Myrna Mote, Secretaryg Carol Falla, Vice-Prcsidentg Bill Lukens, President. Irom September to May the senior elass experienced the most trying year of all but the senior trip made it all vxorthvxhile Collecting, magazines and newspapers for paper driyes selling, notebooks taffy booster bars and ma5,azines sub seriptions were just a fevy of the proyeets that the class undertook The members also held bakesales and spon sored danees after the football games some of the teachers and participating, in xarsity sports the seniors made their presence notieed They also found that they had to work harder 'letehers seemed to expect more Term papers in socioloey book reports in lang lish debates in CINICS Prince of Peaee in speech and experiments in physics were all 1 part ot being the B15 Wheels But school wasnt all work The seniors went to dances and parties for social life and goofed off in study halls when they had nothing better to do Fourth period vias spent in 302 by all seniors At this time the class held its meetings At one sueh meeting the motto The Ropes of the Past Ring the Bells of the Future and the colors rose and silyer with .1 pink rose were ehosen In the sprint, they attended their last club meetings finished their list notebooks and did their last com planning, about tests Then tame the last day The sen iors had eome .1 long, wry from the time they were the yjreenest ol seyenth Kgraders bewildered by the bib ness of sehool to the day of graduation when they were ready to meet the yxorld PAST RING THE BELLS OF THE FUTURE CAPTAINS' OH, CAPTAINS' In the magazine campaign these nine senior captains racked their teams to see which team could bring the most sales 97 A Y I I I. A . 4 . I ' Y ' . V . L . ' 1 V i l A i ' I I , . . . , , , . y- - ., " . V I , .14 . ' xy 1 , . ' ' y By holding offices in various school clubs, helping I I A li J "it I ' . , , L . , , , , N. , A . . A . L 4 I I . y I . .- ' - - . y f . s . ' , 1 . ' 7, . , 7 V A , i A - , . , , - X 1 I , 3 D . Y- , A L '1 ' 1 , ' . ' 5 l 1 5 I v ' ' V A 2 T 1' Y ' ll V Y 99 1 Ir?" -Z 'L -...Q -QSM ----v wr" 'Vi Y"'v' LRC, TTZT11- 1 VIRGINIA ANTONIDES MELODY ARNETT JANET BAKER JERALD BAKER NANCY BATTSON BARBARA BEETLEY TRYING TO DO EVERYTHING AT ONCE MAKES Class of '59 makes ready to participate in the 1958 commencement exercises. Q51 W'r""17 X977 SENIORS BUSIEST STUDENTS IN SCHOOL. T '---un. If m f 's- f Q-ag PRISCILLA BRVBAKER I ORAINE EARHART -'fr EQ BARBARA C L PALE LOOK OUT, COLLEGE! SENIORS COMPLETE APPLICATIONS, APPLY EOR S E F FO A Y FREE SANDRA GARBE MADELYN GIB TEY MIKE GOLDBERG fl 'QF' aah. q'f""s- Q-ff' ...Y L 1 -A ANN GODDY RONNIE HALIE DANNY HANCOCK SCHDLARSHIPS, AND TAKE ENTRANCE EXAMS. IVAN HARRY ESTRA HEITZMAN JUDY HENDERSON SAM HISSONG RAY HOOVER GERALD HOSBROOK in 54 :17'5,. QQSEQQ . 11, I-. - . '- - ' - P 1:1-'Z .. 1 lil Af '-'nf A.. . LW Y My l t A .I TERRY HUMPHREY KEN JOHNSON jL'II.ENE HTQNT FRED KINGREY 'i 'N-l ,R -,Q X . E., R. A il 1, Sl' .18 ffl? DEAN JACKSON SUNNY RAE KNIFE "WE ARE BEST," SAY SENIORS, "INTELLIGENT, WITTY Bruce Spitler and Mike Goldberg tum in taffy money to Ray Hoover, David Schul, ancl Bill Lukens. :AY Q' SCOTT LAIR RUTH LA BILL LUKE DOUG L NS JIM M C HANS IN KLA STORIES, CUTE GIRLS, SHARP BOYS. JUST ASK US! MONTE MCDOXVELL DO DLA CONNIE M '3 " IFE '- f?.,i--1T"?f'f-R :"Xf-5-1f?4':?.iv 4 'peg' QQ?,,JL,: '3?i,w5v.g.y'5 ,. ,,f"' 2 ,'3f':i'Xf2' --, -:sz JOHN MISI-ILER MYRNA MOTE ROGER MOTE SENIORS RAISE MONEY SELLING NOTEBOOKS TAFFY GLENN MUMFORD JANET O'DELL TED PEARSON LARRY PIERCE I JUNIOR PAULUS REX PIERCE Q Yi' we-.J-7 :mf J I SWR vlxk- .f V RICHARD PIERCE PAUL RIFFELL PAT RONICKER MAGAZINES, AND HOLD PAPER DRIVES FOR BIG TRIP. MELANIE ROUCH PAUL SCI-IELLHAAS DARRELL SAUNDERS DAVID SCI-IL'L DAYMON SAUNDERS KAREN SHANK rug F? fd fa,-v ,v ,I - :, ifcv . -6. Mr' :J will' ' Q J I fs. srl li, 916' 'L' LONWELL SI-IEARER NED SI-IU'I"I'I.EXX'OR'I'H BILL SMITH JUDY SNYDER HWHG IS THAT'?', s M, fi v 1 A 1 RICHARD SIEBERT ,IUSTIFS SOWRY SAY SENIORS AS THEY SEE FRIENDS, FULL NAMES 4 1 LOOK WHAT' I FOUND! - Senior Student Council members Nancy Stout, Beverly Whited, and Doug Midlam inspect lockers. ,4- 'fr'-1-ry 'wal BRUCE SPITLER XWAYNE SPITLER JUDY STAGER PAUL STEPP LILA STOFFEL NANCY STOUT INSTEAD OF NICKNAMES ON DIPLOMA LIST. BARBARA STRAVUSER GARY STUDEBAKER FAWNTELLA SWANK ASW i as' K F., SENIORS SEE DREAM COME TRUE AS THEY TOUR JUDY VAN KIRK JACK XVALTHER SAM WARNER JACK XVAYMIRE EDDIE XWEBER JUDY XVERTS QT' 6 ""T DICK XVI-IEEI.OCK JAN VXI-IEELOCK BEVERLY XVHITED SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON. JON XVIDENER JAY WRIGHT ? u 1 'Z MIKE XVIESER MRS. LAUREE HUFFAKER Advisor RONNIE XVILSON MRS, EDITH NOBLE Advisor 49 Ji, I SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS R. L. Osborne ADMINISTRATORS CONSIDER WELFARE I am very happy to have the opportunity to extend greetings and good wishes to our many graduates, friends, and loyal supporters of Milton-Union schools. I am sure as you scan this annual it will bring back pleasant memories of your high school days. To the annual advisor and members of the staff, I extend a congratulations to a job well done. Wai IIO ,X Ybfx OF MILTON-UNION YOUTH. ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL Mrs. Oneida Minnich received her B.S.Ed. from Wittenberg College and also attended the University of Dayton and Miami University. She does such jobs as scheduling lunch periods and playground duties, ordering films, books, and work books. She enjoys photog- raphy and has her own camera, pro- jector, and screen. '25 I in lupqvsnfiiw I- 'ifbikif-PRXXWWRXT-if HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Mr, john A. Williaiiis received his BS. from Wfittenberg Col- lege and M.I2d. from Miami University. His duties consist of arranging schedules, making teachers' extracurricular assign- ments. registering students, and giving special tests. His fa- vorite pastime is golf. TEACHERS LIGHT THE PATHS OF LIVING MR. JACK ADAMS . . . teaches geography and history '... freshman class advisor . . . re- ceived B.S. Ed. from the University of Dayton . . . also attended Miami University. MR. WILLIAM BALLINGER . . . received his B.S. Ed. from Miami University ',,. teaches social studies . . . coaches junior high football and varsity baseball . . . enjoys hunting and all sports . . . was a playground director last summer. MR. JAMES BEARD . . . teaches Sth grade math, business math, and general math . . . received his B.A. from Miami University . . . junior high coach. MRS. JOYCE BEARD . . . was a secretary at Miami University summer session office . . . teaches the business subjects . . . has B.S. from Miami L'niversity. MR. FRED BITTLE . . . holds BS. from Bowl- ing Green Statc lfniversity and M.S. from Miami University '... enjoys photography, bowling. and reading in spare time . . . recrea- tion supervisor at Madison Township Areas . . . teaches biology, general science. MR. DALE CQUMMINS . . . director of junior and senior plays . . . employed as mail carrier . . . enjoys collecting stamps . . . school librarian . . . has B.S. Ed. from University of Dayton . . . attended Ohio University. Il2 UNDER THEIR DIRECTION AND GUIDANCE MR. RAY DILEY . . . received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Ohio State University . . . advisor of Ii.F.A .... enjoys reading and judg- ing livestock . . . teaches vocational agriculture. MISS LUCILLE DUNN . . . teaches typing and general business . . . holds B.S. Ed. from Manchester College . . . also attended Ball State Teachers College and Miami University . . . enjoys record collecting and traveling . . . advisor ofthe ECHO and F.B.L.A. MR. A. E. GEETING . . . holds B.S. Ed. from Miami University '... teaches high school math . . . enjoys all sports . . . in spare time does gardening and traveling. MRS. KATHLEEN GEETING . . . does house- work during summer months . . . enjoys travel- ing . . . received her A.B. from Ohio Wfesleyan University . . . teaches English and Spanish . . . advisor of I7.T.A. MR. WILLIAM GINN . . . head basketball coach and assistant football coach . . . holds B.S. Ed. from University of Dayton . . . likes hunting and golfing . . . advisor of varsity . . . during summer months worked at National Cash Register Old River Recreation Park . . . teaches driver education. MRS. LAUREE I-IUFFAKER . . . teaches mathematics . . . enjoys traveling and Family Life study . . . holds B.A. from Manchester College, also attended Ohio University . . . works in summer as a housewife and leader in summer church camps. II3 THEY HELP STUDENTS GET AHEAD MR. HERBERT IANNONE . . . Hi-Y ad- visor . . . teaches health, 7th and 8th grade Phys. Ed .... holds B.A. from West Liberty College, M.E. from University of Pittsburgh, also attended University of Dayton . . . inter- ested in all athletics. MRS. ESTHER KNIFE . . . during the summer months enjoys doing housework . . . teaches sophomore English, 8th grade English . . . holds B.S. Ed. from Ohio State University, also attended University of Dayton. MR. ROBERT KREMER . . . enjoys golf, swimming, dancing and good music . . . past summer worked with building contractor . . . has B.S. Ed. from University of Dayton . . . teaches world history, Ohio history and sociology. MR. BOB LONG . . . in summer months is employed as house painter . . . teacher of American and Ohio history '... likes all sports and reading . . . holds B.A. from Otterbein College. MRS. EDITH NOBLE , . . teaches English, Latin and speech . . . has A.B. and M.A. from West Virginia University, also attended Ohio State, University of Wisconsin and Ohio University. MR. FRED RICE . . . likes hi-fi and record collecting , . . received B.S. Ed. from Man- chester College . . . teaches vocal music and junior high general music. II4 - yi. K..-a QL--A ze . Sn-- 34,1- lf ' 6' FROM THEIR KNOWLEDGE WE LEARN, sf' rc 1 EFU5 X 4 ' A n +lAol I' I' MRS. K.ATHl2RlNlf SCHUL . . . holds AB. from XX'ittenlneriu College. .ilso .attended Mi.tmi Lnixersity .ind Lnixersity ol Dayton . . . en- joys tmxeling .ind liousekeeping . . . teather ol linglish I .ind lfnlglish 8. MR. HAROLD STANTON , . . te.tCher ol' physits .ind chemistry '... enjoys sales work . . . has BS. from lndi.1n.1 State and MS. from the Lnixersity ot' Clintinnati. .ilso .ittended the fnixersity of llklldllil. Purdue .ind Earlham. MR. H. XV. STALIZY . . . holds BS. Ed. from Clumlwerlimd Unixersity . . . during the summer is .in Ohio Commissioner for National Base- ball Congress , . . enjoys football. baslcetball. .tnd haselmtll . . . teaches industri.1l Arts .tnd mech.1nic.1l drdwing. MR. DEAN STITZ , . . teaches instrumental musit '... holds BS. .ind M.A. from the Ohio State University '... enjoys ornithology. t.ihle tennis and swimming. MISS THEODORA STOCKSDALF . . . te.1ches home economies . . . receix ed AB. from Manchester College. also attended Ball State TC.lLil1CfS' College .ind Miami Lnixersity '... .idvisor ot' FHA. .tnd adult homenmkers . . , during the summer enjoys.tr.1x'eling1. sewing .ind doing x'oc.1tion.1l work. MRS. MILDRED WARNER . . . hobbies .ire collecting .md refinishing antiques. traveling. .ind reading . . . during the summer is .1 home- maker . . . teaches science 8 .ind Biology . . . has BS. Ed. from Mi.1mi Ifniversity. FROM THEIR EXPERIENCE WE PROFIT, . .,.v'W1" ' MRS. JUDY SWANK . . . secretary to super- intendent . . . enjoys bowling, knitting, water skiing and softball . . , graduated from Milton- Union in 1955, MRS. ELIZABETH XVALKER . . . graduated from Milton-Union . . . first year as secretary to elementary principal . . . enjoys sports and antiques. II6 'if 1 ll ff W MRS. NlZI.I.Il2 XVAYlNllRlf . . . girls 1 and phys. ed. leather ,... tdvisor ot C X X .ind cheerleaders . . . holds BS, lid fro E XVittenberg College . , . is .1 housevvilie vt f' " 1 around, .ind enjoys reading .ind sewin N MR. KlflTH XVlfllDNlfR , . , teatlles l lll and senior survey . . . does construrtion work during the summer . . . received B S l ' fm E MRS. EVELYN STINE . . . enjoys sewing and bowling . . . secretary to high school principal . . . graduated from Milton-Union in 1949 . . . previously employed at Durion Co., Inc., Day- ton, Ohio. from Bowling Green State lfniversity. vib- C7 CAFETERIA WORKERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Bessie Fine, Mrs Delight Shuff, Mrs. Betty Mishler, Mrs Opal Kunkleman, Mrs, Eileen Lutz, Mrs May Netzley, Mrs. Edna Rose. FROM THEIR SERVICES WE BENEFIT. MAINTINANQE SUP! RVISOR Mr Boyd Biker CUSTODIANS: Mr. Fred Hall. Mr. Eugene Kirby. 3 -Y-3 l uv'3'.f 3 I FIRST RONV: Kenneth Kauffman, john Vleaver, Logan Smith, Suhstitute: Daniel Engle, Huwartl Alhaugh, Charles Burnside R. L. Hissong, Bus Foreman. SECOND ROXV: Lowell Nihizer, Ifverett Null, Dale I.ewis, Frank Herz, Marjorie Albuugh Howarel Brewer, Lester Hall. BUS DRIVERS PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION :Q G. K' E Y' 4-..v In atltlitinn to transporting the stutlents to and from sthool, Mr. I.ec Hissong provitlcs trans- portutiun for various classes antl urganizaitiuns when they take field trips 'fl PRESIDENT Richard Steiner BOARD OF EDUCATION 'ov B-. -QNMTQ 1 i -...N iff T x fir Lawrence Pritchard Emerson Swank N- Ivan Seman i .fl 4 '- -,y CQLERKWREASURIQR Byron Stoner VICE-PRESIDENT Miles Mote ADS Milton-Union is supported by all the citizens in the community. With the assistance and co-operation of the merchants and businessmen it has been possible to publish THE ECHO. By supporting the project with their time and money they have given us the opportunity to assemble this book. So at this opportunity we would like to acknowledge all the members of the community who have donated their services. H...- In I l .ft-N a , ,yn as X.. V V ... ,V , . . . .6 . ,., 'fe-3, , 'X-7 LT -, ayefw .ra V 'iii '-ff' K' '-if 'P3':'5Sf..y A-, .Q , .. ,. 55. , A ,. .-flvrff 153233 . pu. , -'33 Q. 1--,J -'mf . :N Q--.-'uw -dpi r,. . J, mf, ML., -MTW f-"i2Qv".?5 - se V X X, x, ,uf if 2,HEfZK?'1f?T TT , ,, ,V ff- . ,mf .' . ..1",Z1,5 4393! 1. ,, 'js' , ' 153' .,-4'5im 'N-w fl? 5, , --, - Q., - .,.vf,, -1.. 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