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

 - Class of 1960

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Some you remember better than others, such as that important game you wanted so much to win, your first school dance, the class parties and picnics, the thrill of being a senior, and at last the wonderful feeling of accom- plishment when that coveted diploma is placed in your hand. To help remember these special moments, we present to you, the student body of Milton-Union High School, the 1960 Echo. . "" V A N' ---A ' 43? v- ,4 'ik Nfl '- ! ' Q . fb t"'+-x...,,,- s gnu "Everybody buys here" is the salespitch used by HAPPY, SAD, I we far " W" Speech student Joyce Long takes her turn ut reading the morning announcements. Carolyn Minnich in selling senior candy to Mr. Osborne. 4 The student body gets behind the basketball team in a Friday afternoon pep assembly. D EXCITI G IEMORIE few, 4,6 5 O in -1, The juniors take a special test in the cafeteria. Walt1'r Pfeiffer acts as hlIlf'SS?l'lgPI' boy," taking vandy lo thc candy booth in the Cafeteria. Bille Neff checks the files for Mrs. Stine. xx ONLY .-' ARE ALL PART OF A CHOOL wi' 5' YQ YY? 55, lt's "three against one" as Paige Ditmer, Allan Dexter, and Patsy Cummins state their preference of a school ring, while Bill Anderson disapproves. Sandy Long supports the Student Council by buying a School pennant. YEAR Students linger after school making plans for Friday night. Karen Dyke demonstrates "tidiness" while pre- paring some pie dough in our new home economics department. Unknowing she is to he crowned queen, Jo Ann Gingrich is escorted to the field by Barry Brown. .3-rf TABLE UF CONTENTS lliiiS5l'UllIll Nlt'lllHl'll'S lt! xlvliiily Xlf'lll4ll'lQ'S ISIS Mlrlvtir- Nlt'Il1lbl'lf'4 Tl Studi-nt ll:-umrie-s U2 Community xlf'H14ll'lt'i l21 School's out for the day, but Sheryll Hart and Tom Gray stay to discuss thc afternoon's activities. Students hurry to their next class in our crowded halls. vm' - . fm? ,.-...N4..-,, . ., .-M.-am...-......4-.,-. . . , ... Mr. Osborne demonstrates that the life of a school superintend- ent is not all work. I '7 Ckfy 4 y. gi 4 W I 4 5 4 'Zgy N. I - u q . , ff. U 5 5 in A- , ',-,V Q ' 5 . . 1 ' Vg A , y A Y 1. - - . - f. M A .. .A HA ii. -,j , g A wi ., ' F' ,.:, 'Egg 5 Q, A g , A 1 . 'Q ' 3 5 v 11 J 1 ff rf f A ' I w ,g Q .- -1. o ' - if W. w S' '4 Y 4... Y 'O X X fr If r, N X ,gg ,r X 'X 2350 x ff ff ff!! f 1 f, LW l? Wm QW X-"""' 'T' 4 lf. x 5 i,,,.. x xy -J N I K x -V K x 5,-'rl PXR l . Q f -- , ff' ..,..-- X N ....- x . X ...., V I X Q S 1 I x' 'Y N K5 a f 5 NSN , IN .., I X N J -'Y---A-M Q ' I I ' Q .,- YQ' :A 1 'X I ' w,'o'- ','f':'2. fn . """s. ' A brffg-,1-fn:-:'.f , f i--'-"5 'l"l'702'3T'1' ' K - r I x s -f:- -Q I K 'JULY' 5' ' L 35,1013 ,' ' --S ""-'S ...os TN I s x r 'U . .?.'s.44' .I ' , , 1 1 ' 1 f' 'V , I , 'V , X, If if y V O ' . K X L - - f F - V A A 3'-iffi ' Eizxwf KJ A B N qv Rf wg.. v X Xvvv I A' I i::4 X ly J ' fx 7712 1 f m'5,d. - L, 945' .j .mu 5 - !,.,' 4 I' ,I Q ,X "X fs X-,fv 'Ugg , ' 4' '15, xl, 'l:,f'y lil W ' I f V ,-- , Lf-fbyfi' :zftff QW-1 1 L, T N H ff Cf 'J " x X XX XXX ,, X r 5 l X Q , X , X I l 4' R I V w V N H I F '-Wvvaw, Ng. auunruuwwfs ,- QP Sa- ' I ,D-,-,fd lllCll SCIIOUI, l'RlNCll'Al ,Iolm A. Vvilliams SECRETARY T0 HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAI Xlrs. lively ll Slim: .v ADMINISTRATORS GUIDE STUDENTS ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL Mrs. Oneida Minnich SECRETARY TO ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL Mrs. Elizabeth Walker NIR. DALE CIQMMINS Library NIR. RAY DILEY Agriculture MR. FRED BITTLE Science NIR. RUPERT BERKETT Business MH. JACK ADAMS Surial Studies MR. WILLIAM BALLINGER Social Stuclivs MISS LUCILLE DUNN Business Guidance Director MR. WILLIAM FOX Driver's Education MRS. KATHLEEN GEETING English Spanish MR. A. E. GEETING Mathematics MR. WILLIAM GINN Physical Education MRS. LAUREE HUFFAKER Mathematics f MR. HERBERT IANNONE Health MRS. ESTHER KNIFE MR. ROBERT KREMER 1 Social Studies ' MR. J. DALE KYSER ' Mathematics MR. BOB LONG r- 'Ale Social Studies L MR. RUSSELL LUTZ Science Guidance Director HRS. EDITH NOBLE Speer-I1 Latin MISS JANE SHANCK hngrlish Typing: '22--f MRS. KATHUIINIL SCHLL MR. H. W. STALEY Industrial Arts English MR. DEAN STITZ Instrumvntal Music MISS THEODORA STOCKSDALE Home Economics ,,g-if 'if MISS ELIZABETH STROCK MRS. NELLIE WAYMIRE Vocal Music Physical Education MRS. NIILDRED WARNER Heahh Science NIR. KEITH WEIDNER English Social Studies High school teachers take time out for laughs at teachers' meeting. BOARD OF EDUCATION FUNCTIONS TO MAKE OUR SCHOOLS BETTER Mr Kenneth G1n,r1Lh Mr Roy Clbbs Mr Isan Se 'Vlote Presldent Mr Bwron Stoner Clerk Trea urer man Ur Rlehard Stemer VICE Pre ldent Mr Mlles M1 R L O borne Superlntendent of School Ewen student 1n the lVI1ltonDn1on School System owes a reat deal of thanks to the members of the Board of Fdueatlon These men donate much of thelr trme and ener x for the well hem of exerw one of us 'Nlalcm lmportunt decrslons and 9St3bll hm school polrmes alon w nth other jobs are onlw a few of the mam functlon thes perform The member are elected 11 the xoter of the school dlstrlct for a four wear term Holdrn thelr meetm on the eeond Nlondax m ht of each month the Board of Fducatlon dlscu ses mam thln s wshlch are lmportant to all of u I9 .-..-,.-,..,....-, E I M .. KI . ""' ---- I u .- 1 Q 'L I . I ...gall -'- I I I . , , S fr 1 I Q f' I S f I ' . . 'X I --' .II I S A ' 1 2 if A' X - ff ' , . . ' ., ' . ' - 1 . - g . I' . , - s 3 ,f-'t '- s' 1 .,' . ' s. I . r - I S I . . 0, I P , S Y v S 4 s 5. , R . ' . ' U, ' n I T ' . P ' xg Y v' ' if V ' ' ' Us Q " ' 'nr . . ' . - .y . 1 ru' O A ' P ' I U 5 0- . . I . I . , . P .' . C J - Ss . S II fl V I I, , I. SI FIRST ROW: Bessie Fine, Laverne Koogler, Cleo Swank, Sllilfki Miriam Hurry, Mary C21SSC'll, H0110 Lutz, Gladys Delight Shuff, Edna Rose, May Nctzlvy. SECOND ROYV: Betty HiSS0I1il, Mary Hflfshlliifflef, Irene Ohllfn- COOKS, CUSTODIANS, AND BUS DRIVERS Linda Rathfon looks happy as she finally completes the lunch line and pays for her lunch. x lf fl CLfS'l'ODlANS: lloyd links-r anal ,lolm l'cm'v. MAKE SCHOOL ROUTINE POSSIBLE FIRST ROW: Kenneth Furlong, Lowell Nillizer, Howard Hissong. SECOND ROW: .lim Hughes, .l0hn Weaver, Frank Albaugh, Marge Albaugh, Dan lnglc, Kenneth Haffman, Lee Herz, Lester Hall, Everett Null, Leonard Fctters, Dale Lewis. fi iq Judy Brower wonders what comes next as Mrs. Noble gives her help with first year Latin. A sophomore English student asks Mrs. Knife a question concerning Julius Caesar. 22 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mrs. Cecting gives Spanish class. an oral vocabulary quiz to hcr second year ln this husy and modern world of today a command of the English language is a news- sity. All students lnust complete four years of English including grammar. literature, and theme writing, which gives them a well-round- ed knowledge for use and Conversation. Speech is offered to those students who wish to master the art of delivering speeches. Latin and Spanish are offered to az-ademic students who want to know rnore about the language, customs, and people of other coun- tries. BENEFITS ALL Students make use of the library in their honor study hall Q Pa -8? 2' N-bf Mechanical Drawing students work on their scale drawing in Mr. Staley's "quiet room." Martha Spitler "compares" her lest answers to Ditmer's in Mr. Burkett's Business Math Class. Paige MATH DEVELOPS .lohn Bradshaw explains a hoard problem to Mr. Geeting's Algebra II class. The Nlilton-Union Math llepartment of- fers students a wide variety of math sull- jevts. which tvavh students to reason lietter hy logrival thinking. Math study provides an 1-xt-f-Ili-nt foundation for future work in suvh fields as engineering. physics. and surveyingx. To fit the specific needs of each student, plane and solid geometry. husiness math, shop math. trigonometry, and two years of algehra are offered. 11 Mr. Gt-1-ting questions Arne Vandvrhurg pointhlank Concerning the formula fur finding the hypotenusv- of a right triangle. REASONING ABILITY Budgie Williams and Barbara Boston elaborate on a trigonometry problem for Mr. Geeting's senior trip class. Solid geometry student Allen Netzley explains a phase of the sphere to his classmates. Mrs. Warm-r's biology students take a "closer look" at plant and animal life through microscopes. Mr. Russell Lutz explains the distillation of water to his chemistry class hy means of an experiment. EXPERIMENTS AND Ifnder the supervision of Mr. Fred Bittle, Mr. Russell Lutz, and Mrs. Mildred Warner, the Milton- Union science students are taught chemistry, phys- ics, general science, and biology. The various classes are treated to field trips, film strips, and movies, which add to the students' interest. The courses are geared to a high school level and taught in such a manner that students will benefit from the teachings whether they plan to go into the scientific field or not. SOCIAL STUDIES CREATE . J ZYQMVJ Understanding this world in which we live is the purpose of the social studies department. Senior students learn the present-day functions of a demo- cratic government, and endeavor to develop their knowledge of American social, economic, and poli- i 5 tical life. Juniors receive'a better understanding of America's history as do the Sophomores on the world's history. At Milton-Union the social studies department attempts to develop a spirit of patriotism and loyal- ty to one's country. These American history students take notes as Mr. Long explains the map of the United States and its history. Mr. Ballinger checks Barb Tinnerman's civics notebook which is kept up to date with each new chapter. UNDERSTANDING OF WORLD AFFAIRS - Mr Weldner explains .1 phaee of Ohlo History to Galen Spltler who Seems to be thlnkmg about somethmg else Lowell Puterbaugh pomts out a sectlon of Europe to Wir Kremers Woxld H1 tory clas . . , X . , - nich, Sharon Kauffman, Joy Wheelock, Jackie Rike, Sally Curtis, Paige Ditmer. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Hughes, Carolyn Weikr-rt, Sara Oyer, Ronnie Belcher, Cynthia Rike, .lo Ann Gingrich. Judy Sherman. NOT PICTURED: Bill Anderson, Karen Swisher. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Mr. Burketfs beginning shorthand class develops skill in the translation of new outlines. Business students are trained extensively through the various courses available at Milton-Union. Two years of typing and shorthand are offered in which the business student gains accuracy and speed. Office practice, business machines training, and filing and secretarial practice well prepares one for meeting the outside world of busi- ness. These .lunior girls in Nliss Dunn s Office Practice class peck away" at their typewriter-s preparm themselxe: for a business occupation. DEVELOPS BUSINESS COMPETENCE Sandy Bent thinks, "I'l1 never get this done if the wrong letters keep popping up 51 nn HOMEMAKERS ENJOY NEW FACILITIE Miss Stocksdule shows slides in home economics Class At lVlilton-Union, four years of home economics are provided to give students instructions in homemaking. Planning meals, home decorating, and sewing are also taught. Sandra Nlarcum illustrates correct child care to Elaine and Sharon uh Checking cars in West Milton was one of the many projects the F.F.A. had this year. PROJECTS KEEP AG BOYS BUSY - 4 These eggs came from some of the 10,000 hens raised on Bill WHTIlt'f'S farm. The major objective of vocational agri- culture is to help agricultural students de- velop their abilities and make a beginning and advancement in farming. lfnder the leadership of Nlr. Ray Riley. these stu- dents put their knowledge into practice at home and in the community by farming and improving home living conditions and assuming rural leadership.. A X- .7 Y fi' In the spring of 1960 the e 1' l' K hows were plowm tht round on the Lhuptmr farm. The farm proceeds are u ed to finance chapter trip STUDENTS RECEIVE CREATIVE SKILLS H' Industrial Arts II students Frank Fulton, Steve Roush, and Dave Williams work in the printing department on a job for Mr. Staley. Mr. Staley has a "man to man" talk with Sherman Lucous concerning a project due last Friday. Wb'tR ,uh o,l 1 L' 0 'lJM.6 3 I H 0 R The Milton-L'nion Manual Arts Depart- ment develops creative ahility in many phasesiwood-working. photography. print- ing. etc. Taught hy Mr. H. W. Staley. the shop boys also study mechanical drawing. drafting. and shop math in the shop vlass- TUUIII. the radial saw. f Sam Wyrick checks the Hand-Tool Board in the tool room. ft tt ts 34 Tom Wagner rips a board on THROUGH MANUAL AR gi' Senior Pat Mote watches the chips fly as the TS DEPARTMENT Sophomore Dick Manson cuts out a pattern nn thc jig raw. Tom Wv8gHl'F is shown marking un ll cedar night Stand for his lmcclrnnnm. planvr whittle away on this wall shelf. Ron llvlchvr. Intl. Arts ll. lays out a paper pattvrn at tht- planning tulxlv. 4214: gf ' 1, .W 1 , 4,461 4 I ' 4 U .fall yn , , QSM' Q. K ' 5 I 'Q , - Q Q ' C' .JJ f 1 Q Iii ll Fi? 9 3 V lg M 3? 13 lp. , f W P. F 'Q 0 ., 1 , .V ., I . VL ?"ff5,L,, 1 - ' 1 ., L . 5 1 'J ln sociology, Mr. Ballinger explains the problems of social life. .Y , ,k V Q W Ll. LI I .I ,I Lf Mr lannone em hasizes the parts of the nervous system in senior health class The purpose of Sociology is to teach students the proper views of life. This year the class is open to both juniors and seniors. Senior health classes. also open to juniors this year. study the functions of the minfl and hocly. Driving students learn traffic rules and the proper way of handling a Car through hook-learning: and actual class practice. Mr. Fox illustrates the correct way of approaching: an inter section in drivers' education. 495. + xg, X' 4? XQX ff 5 w O NN ,A N X f 1' g , X 'f + K A: XM 155-.ll g XXV '67 I ,Q N, OK. XXX, f Q X ,X f V T X X X C LJ f SX U O E C N I T L I 'Af' H ? S L. j R5!ry EEN im Q S GLUE NJ P' Q Q n'5. 1 Q ff 'N x Q A X M W 1 SENIORS: Joyce Long, Susie Miller, Susan Kerr, David Kingrey. ,loel Vanderburg. JUNIORS: Sandy Long, Mary Freeman, Bonnie Callicoat, Allan Dexter. SOPHONIORES: Bob Pyle, Karen lddings, Dianne Howard, Arne Vanderburg. FRESHNIEN: Rena Sue Netzley, Janie Waymire, Barbara Dickson. Judy Brewer. EIGHTH GRADE: Peggy Mason, Ran dy Northrup, Earl Biederman, Sharon Hoover. SEVENTH GRADE: Sue Wilt, Lowell Stockstil, Mike Stoltz, Peggy Weaver. ADVISER: Mr. Jack Williams. NOT PICTURED Mr. Keith Weidner, ADVISER. STUDENT COUNCIL HOSTS LEAGUE MEETING OFFICERS-SEATED: Joel Vanderburg, President. STANDING: Allan Dexter, Vice-Presidentg Susie Miller, Secretaryg Jane Way- mire, Reporterg Joyce Long. Treasurer. The Milton-Union Student Council is com- posed of selected members from each class, working: together to improve the school. A few of the duties of the council are cleaning the trophy cases, running the supply booth, cleaning the grounds, and posting current events on the bulletin board. Besides co-sponsoring the Homecoming cele- bration on Oct. 16, the council again sponsored the WING Coca-Gola Dance Party on Jan. 30. The oustanding event of the year was the St.W.B. League Meeting held February 24, in which Milton-Union played host to the other schools. 5 I uI'r"74 VND Su an Kcrr Qu lc Nllller and po c hcforr fonnnm nc e ment lun Balm r Runnn Bcrner hon llc clxrr l urn ll nhl: nde ll trlm lrl lloston jr hn llrul IJW Iohn llrfldcnhach 'Nadean I nate fllllllll Folhn flllilv Kress Suc D14 lu x I lflvl F xlcrs 'NI :rw Furman trol I ITFIQOH lm: if 3 1 Y llrdlftor NIENIBERS NA'raoNAL Honor: socserv 3 L 5 I Nlrl X Wrlham KIJNISFR nl mlrer tu Honor Issse Hames ,lam Har hhar fr Rm Jax Sll rron Kauffman Su rn Iv rr llaud lun rm lowcc Lon Su an Nllller Xllen 'Nr tzlew I mda lx tthfon Nancy Straw cr 1 onmc Thompson I rrolsn Vlexltert 9 rutx HONOR SOCIETY DEMANDS HIGH STANDARDS ali' K 3 W John Bradshaw prepares lus speech for the Honor Socxcty xnductlon lo be taken mto the Natxonal Honor SOCICIX IS one of the hr fhest honors that mn he hestows ed upon a student at Vhlton I mon lo be ehflble students must haxe been at Nlrltonlmon for two semesters and must haxe malntalned a 32 aserage Other standards the mndrdates are judged upon are scholar shnp leadershlp character and seruce, the four cardmal pomts of the Natlonal Honor Socletx Sophomores JUIIIOTS and semors are ellglble wlth sopho mores hcmff taken as prohatlonars members A formal rnduc tlon ceremom IS held towards the end of the second semes ter of each sear The offlcers for thls vear vsere SUSIC Mlller Presldent Susan Kerr, Vice Presldent ,los ce Lonff Secretarx , John Brad shaw Treasurer and Ronme Berner Reporter . f 9, S Q ff' 4 ' , . 5 R f a - F ' , - 5. . A . ' .' l. Raltllfon. va ' " inns and s- 4 nf l - f.,"- - S 3 n , 1, , ' ' ', x 1 1 1 5 g. v , ,, . , . ,L j 1 - rr X 1, f 1 ' ' L 1 A . B f .l NL 7 n 1. sl' ' i Y 2' 'U' M g 4' -v A 7 Q -Y . X lg A . f 1 W 1 px . sf .u 1 . s H 4 f . - 1' I' U' f t Francis Northrup 'ft ,l ,, l' '. 'sf cg ' li 1 it 5 f '- . . .:. " s, ,- ' r. . P"+ 1 .. l ll ' ' ,. . Y. V . - T . I. . - ., . x C x 1 C . f . N . . . 7. - I -, .. Q Y ' D. . ' - - , , F - I -. 'h ,V Z '. D, 4 , Q3 S' 0 Q 1 -IH I ,-- R Civ- , I mi FIRST ROW: Jeanne Durham, Mary Simmons, Sheryll Hart, Sharon Bright. Sue Dickey, Susie Miller, Linda Rathfon. SECOND ROW: Jane Brewer, Janet Smith, Barbara Kester, Carolyn Minnich. Barbara Boston, Sharon Hartley, Connie Thompson, THIRD ROW: Barbara Tinnerman, Cynthia Rike, ADVISERS: Mrs. Margaret Rhoades and Mrs. Reta Stitz. Joy Thompson, Susan Kerr. Jackie Rike, Vickie Rhoades Cindy Cross, Jill Osborne. FOURTH ROW: Judy Sherman Joyce Harley, Nadean Coate, Sylvia Stallman, Sandra Peele: Carol Laycock, Jo Ann Gingrich, Carol Ehlers. NOT PIC- TURED: Cynthia Collins, Pam Hood. Sharon Kauffman. TRI-HI-Y EMPHASIZES To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character is the purpose of Tri-Hi-Y. In addition to planning morning devotions and religious assemblies with the Hi-Y, the Tri-Hi-Y co-sponsors the Homecoming festivities. OFFICERS-SEATED: Jo Ann Gingrich, Secretary, Jeanne Durham, Vice-Presidentg Nadean Coate, Presi- dent. STANDING: Jane Brewer, Treasurerg Cindy Cress, Reporterg Barbara Boston, Chaplaing Susan Kerr, General Fund Treasurer. 4I 1 FIRST ROW Jodx Brad haw Sally ,lax Carolyn Deuhner Iddln JHUICC LOW!" Jane Bldclxmwc THIRD ROW Chcnl Mary Lou 'Nllller Gayle Laxcy SECOND ROW Karen Bveman D13nnf'H0V'3ffl HIGH MORALS The 'Vlllton Lnlon Sophomore Trl H1 Y Cluh newly orgamzed thxs xear aids the H1Y and Semor Trl H1Y IH plannlng mornmff dCVOtl0I'lQ and rell wus asQem 11-Q In addltlon to then !'CllglOLlS reaponelbll ltleq the Club algo holds dlscusmone on dat nc pubhc speakmff and groomlnv OFFICERS-FIRST ROW Cheryl Beeman Secretan Jane Blackmore Ire ldcnt Dlane Howard XICP I rr xdf-nl Cawle Laws Reporter Llnda Pfelffer Lhaplam Jodi Brad haw Trezwurc-r l l : ' , , ,, . V .5 . 1, Y gg! I "', ' ' , . , 1 ' - v - 7 ' Q . . , . . D 3 ' , fl ' y W' . . ' . 7' J ,-' . - , . . ' 5 1 - ' R v . .9 s , Q S ' , . . I x l v Y . . 7 . e , , , e . . 5 .U. L - P C' . U . . . l . Z., C. HI-Y SERVES WITH MORNING DEVOTIONS OFFICERS-David Kingrey. Cabinet Nlemherg Keith Brown, Vice-Presidentg ,loc-l Vanderlmurg, President: Walter Pfeiffer, Secretaryg John Bradshaw, Treasurer: Bill Lea. Chaplain. Hi-Y. which is closely affiliated with the Y.NI.C.A.. has the nmttn "Clean Speech. vlean sportsmanship. vleun liv- ing. and vlean St'l10lZll'Sl1lP.-. Swine of the numerous activities they spfmsnrf-fl this year were slmwing Sev- eral IIl0Ylt'S after sr-limml. the Sadn- Hawliins Day llanr-cz and the planning of the rvliginus asseinlmlies and morning devotions with 'llri-lli-Y. FIRST ROW: Roy Jay, Stanley Hagel, Dave Watson. Bob Pyle, Greg Stoltz, John Bradshaw, Bill Anderson, Walter Pfeiffer. SECOND ROW: Larry Beetley. Terry Beetley. Arne Vandrrlnurg, Dave Kingrey, Keith Brown, Tom Cingrieh, Bill Lea. THIRD ROW: Ben Northrup. ,Im-l Vandvrlmrg, Tom Cray, Jesse Haines, Mr. Iannone, Adviser. ECHO CHANGES TO SUMMER DELIVERY Students at Nlilton-linion vagerly awaited thr- arrival of the 1960 Et-ho. A surnnivr delivery hook was introduwd. making: it possilnlc to invludc spring sports. the prom and graduations in the same edition. Judy Shvrman. Cindy Cross. and Barliara Tin- Ylt'I'IIl2lIl an-1-ornpzuiic-d lfditor joym- Long: to tht- Puhlications Workshop at Uhio Lhivt-r'sity. where,- they learnt-d tht- vorrect methods of assvrnbling a yearbook. Having 1'0cc'ivr-fl word that last y0ar's lfvlio won a rating of A + . the staff undertook another years hard work with the goal of an All-American year- book. Business Munugvr, Barbara Tinncrinan. and Assistant Bill Anderson, qheck ECHO receipts with Miss Lucille Dunn. Advisor. FIRST ROW: Nancy Kerr, Sue Dickey, Kathy Archer, Susie Miller, Sandra Long, Billie Neff, Nancy Strawser. SECOND ROW: Shi-ryll Hart, Linda Rathfon, Connie Thompson, .leanne Dur- ham. Carol Garrison, Myra Foster. Sherry Gris- sum, Susan Jones, Janet Smith. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Waymire, Sandra Swigart, Sharon Kauffman, CJ 74,5 X TL, Pam Hood, Jane Harshlmarger, Joy Wheelock, ,lane Brewer, Judy Sherman. FOURTH ROW: ,Io Ann Gingrich, ,lill Osborne, Sue Kerr, Barbara Kesler, Cindy Cress, Mary Freeman, Sharon Hughes. NOT PICTURED: Joanne Fetters, Val- aria Harshharger, Sandra llarcum. ,Q , 'll G.A.A. STRESSES TEAMWORK AP Q L9 FIRST ROW: Linda Pfeiffer, Gayle Lavey, ,Ioycc Hoover, Sally Jay, Patty Green, Linda Lehman, Carolyn Deuhner, Mary Lou Miller, Jodi Bradshaw. SECOND ROW: Vickie Rhoades, Linda Wilt, Diana Cool, Becky Dezirth, Kay Black- more, Claudia Sandifer, Diana Lyhargcr, I'alsy Cummins, Sandy Bent. THIRD ROW: .ludy Spitler, Judy Buehler, Sandra Peelu, Jane Blackmore, Phyllis Collins, Jackie Rike, Karen Iddings, Paige Ditmer, Sylvia Stallman, Dianne Howard, Cheryll Beeman. NOT PICTURED: Sharon Shaeffer, Sharon Bohse. Marilyn Null. -V l 5 I 3 FIRST ROW: Marcia Miller. Janalee Dearth, Barbara Dick- son, Karen Anderson, Peggy Swisher, Rena Netzlcy, June Fryman, Carolyn Sowry. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Holmes, Linda Strawser, Cheryl Victor, Barbara Wagner, Bonnie Purke' ilc Judy Brewer Linda Nlinnich Janie Wavmire. Sally Griffin, Donna Nlergler. Bettie Rhoades, Mary Mumma. Darlene Besecker, Maureen Jones. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Macy, Cathy Lukens, Joyce Gibbs, Sue Sollenbergc-r, Ruth Ann Shelley, Janie Gingrich, Martha Spitler, Sue Su-pp, Nancy Wfarner. NOT PICTURED: Carol YVaymire. Linda yp . , , A , , THIRD ROW: Angela Rentz, Jane Walker, Nancy Stoner, Amfild- OFFICERS AND BOARD-ef-S'I'.'KNDlNC: Jane Harshbarger, President. FIRST ROW: Sandra Long, Tri-asurerg Jackie Rikc. Secretary, Jo Ann Gingrich, Vice-President. BOARD MEMBERS-SECOND ROW: Martha Spitler, Billie Neff, Barbara Kesler, THIRD ROW: Jill Osborne. Cindy Cress, Bettie Rhoades. NOT PICTURED: Patsy Cummins, Reporter. To promote clean sportsmanship, en- courage girls' athletics, and get along with people are the main aims of the Girls, Athletic Association. This year the G.A.A. float won third prize at Homecoming with the theme Hpickle the Piratesf, After the football game the C.A.A. sponsored the annual Homecoming dance. Play Night, the Sweetheart Hop. and the C.A.A. Banquet are some of the many activities sponsored annually by the Milton-Union G.A.A. BUNSEN BURNERSg FUTURE SCIENTISTS FIRST ROW: ,leannc Durham, Becky Dearth, Joyce Croley. Sharon Bright, Carolyn Furlong, Cynthia Collins, Judy Cool. SECOND ROW: .lim Crawford, Roy Wooley, Jill Osborne, Mary Freeman, Leland Garber, Mr. Fred Bittle, Adviser. THIRD ROW: Mike Northrup, Earl l.ane, Lowell Wade. .lohn Bradshaw, Paul Hershberger. FOURTH ROW: Ben Northrup, Mark Lutz, Sam Knife. ,lim Baker, Walter Pfeiffer. NOT PICTURED: Phyllis Collins, Bill Holmes, Martin Trent, Ron Becker, Mike Cymbala, Larry Bohlcnder, Dave Kendall. OFFICERS-Leland Garber, Treasurerg Judy Cool, Secretary, Ben Northrup, Presidentg Walter Pfeiffer. Vice-President. 48 The purpose of the Milton-Union Runsen Burners is to give insight for possible scientific careers. The year's activities are highlighted by field trips, the local. district, and state science day exhibits. and guest lectures and demonstrations given by professional people. The local annual Science llay, held early in Nlarch. was again successful sending many superior projects to the District Science Day in Springfield. SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM-FIRST ROW: .lane Harsh lnarger, Connie Tlmnipson, Linda Ralhfon, Joanne Fetlers Susie Miller, Susan Kerr, Jane Brewer, Nancy Strawser. SECOND ROW: Joyce Long, Budgie Williams, Tom Voke, Cynthia Collins, Carolyn Furlong, Ronnie Becker, Scott Jay, Barbara Boston. THIRD ROW: Allen Nc-tzley, Larry Bohlend Girls' State delegates Susie Miller and Susan er, Leland Garber, Ann Markland, Cindy Cress, Tom Wagner, Barbara Koster. FOURTH ROW: Nadean Coate, Bill Holmes, Pat Mote, John lireidenbach. Ronnie Ellenlan, Doug Stoner, David Kingrey, Sandra Swigart. FIFTH ROW: Mike Cymbala, Ben Northrup, Jim Baker, Joel Vanderburg, Bill Lea, Carol Ehlers, Jesse Haines. NOT IJICTVRED: Jim Smith, Connie Dceter. Kerr discuss their experiences with the Boys' State delegates Allen Netzley and Jim Baker. LIBRARY WORKERS-Mr. Cummins. Lilirariang Greg Ditmer, Tom Gray, Mary Ann Roush, Glenna Rumble. Nancy Strawser, Marilyn Null Sandy Bent. NOT PICTURED: Roy Wooley. Jim Elliott. F.B.L.A. ATTENDS NATIONAL CONVENTION Q,- S I FIRST ROW: Sharon Bright, Karen Swisher, Judy Battson. Joyce Hoover, Linda Lehman, Patty Green, Miss Dunn, Adviser. SECOND ROW: Sue Stepp, Judy Sherman, Barhara Baltson. Billie Neff, Marilyn Null. OFFICERS--SEATED: Sharon Kauffman, Secretary: Linda Lehman, Treasurer. STANDING: Billie Neff, Jr. Rep.: Barbara Wagner, Soph. Rcp,: Sheryll Hart, President: Carolyn We-ikert, lst Vice-President: Judy Battson, 2nd Vice4Prc-sidentg Marilyn Null, Historian: Shannon Harshliarger, Sergeant-at-Arms. 50 Shannon Harshliarger, Mary Miller, Shcryll Hart, Mr. Burkett, Adviser. THIRD ROW: Mary Freeman, Carolyn Wt-ikt-rt, Sharon Kauffman. Paige Ditmcr, Kay Black- more, Barbara Wagner. NOT PICTTQRED: Sharon Shaf- fer. Compiling the high school and elementary direct- ories and doing secretarial work for the teachers are two of the activities of the Future Business Leaders of America. Some of the purposes of the cluh are to develop competent. aggressive business leadership, to create more understanding and interest in choosing busi- ness occupations, to foster patriotism, to encourage improvement in scholarship. and to promote school loyalty. F T A GIVES INSIGHT FOR TEACHING Teachcrg mel I' T X m0mlJLr 1njox the Annual Valcntlnt' Ll Hwy OFFICERS SIL X TED Wlr I c-rung 'kd nur Jane Br: mfr I rr xdcnt N11 s Dlrluy Adu 1 r SI'AlNDlNf Sharon llartlcy Vue brad haw RL 1 tu lNamy Walnir Trva ur4 r FIRST ROW XIdI'Cld 'Nlxlhr C ltln lialur Carol Waunm NIar1lyn Furlon Sharon Qhaffor Mary Ellrn Brl ht 'Klan Popp Qally lay SECOND ROW Sharon Hartley Jodi Brad Qhaw Ruth lNlllllCl' Lmda NIlI1l'llLll Jeanne Durham 'Han Seabrook Ellldllflll Hohnc Jann Waynnrr' Imda Pfelffer THIRD ROW NIr Cc-ctln Adu er Judy Bremer Betty. To r.,lXl hx h school stuclcnts who are lnteru-hcl ln ICHCDIII a chance to studcnt teach and to make sure that thls 15 the profewxon thu xx ant to pursue IS the ann of F I A The offlcers attuulecl Oherhn Colle e III the fall to prepare for the seal A polls e XIQIIZIIIOII das Chrutmas parts and Valentlne Tea are Qomc of the ex entQ Qponwrecl hx the club . Rhoadr Judy qcclwr Donna Dull Carolyn I'urlon Cmclw Crc lane Brower Ilonnn Lalhcoat FOURTH ROW Lowell Wade Joy Thomp on Jlll O hornc- Janlc Clngrlch inn Nfarlx lland Nadcan Coate Nancx Warner Cdlllll. Iauken Nlarlm rent 5I U C C . N N H L ' A V Q A 1 ff 7: ff " 3 I 5' l l . ff ' l . 3 r. f' ' . . ,. ' I ' rv ' P I W H. . . I .V '- I' A ,T " ,, A ' ' .. - ' 7 Jil n .1 5 rr' 'H - . . M -5 '- . 1 . .1 , -s - 1' -1 ' ' - - , .V Ili. I 341W Y' x . N 41 r - n 1- ' -. .' : . 5. .,- , 1 - .. . .. q 1.,- '- T'rw1xlm-ntg Naulvun Coatv, be-orc-taryg Jodi 'si ' 1, 5. -, .gg .43 'l .V .W , , .S , . xxx. --VI- E4 4 5 ' '. "S, J- ', ' 16. ' .' SLA J , ' g, .- ,." - Sax ', f- '. z ' ,.' :.' ' ', - - . ' S, S .' y ,.' . '- '. ' - s, ' 2 ' ' , , . . 1.5.1 'g.. "sg '?, ' OFFICERS: John Breidenhach, JCRA nu-mbcr: Sylvia Stullmam, Secretarv-Treasure-rg Jim Baker, Presiclentz Larry l30l1l1'IldCf, Pm' gram Chairman: Ron Becker. Reporter. The purpose of the junior Counm-il on World Affairs is In prmnote. maintain. uncl insure il 4-uniplf-to kriowlmlgc- unil unrlerstancling of world affairs. The lm-1-tings are xuriml uilh form-igli t'Xi'llZlIlQ0 students unml lllStlllfllllSlll'll guests as Speakers. The Ci-nf-ml Topic- of thi- year was "Af1'in'u." The outslzinclingr eu-nts of ilu- year ineluclecl the Nloclel General ASSf'llllDly in llayton. the Tri- State Conference at Cincinnati. ancl the Smur- f13SlHlI'l'l-R8C'0f.fIlltlOI1 Cereniony for outstanding meinhers of the elulm which ended the year on Nlay -L J C O W A CREATES BETTER INFORMED STUDENTS FIRST ROW Don Wolfe Ron Becker SECOND ROW Kirk Lowell Wade Bill Holmes Leland Farber THIRD ROW Jill Osborne Sylviv. Stallman Daryla Fuller Joyce Harley John Breidenbach larry Bohlendcr Jim Baker Tom Glenda Combe Sherry Smith Carolyn Welker! 'Nlary Sea brook Sharon Brightl Joy Thompgon, Carol Lraicock, Erenda Van Gray, Tom Timmins, Mr. kremer, Adviser. NOT PICTURED: , FIRST ROW: Scott lay, Karl Williams, Steve Michaels. Ralph Hildebrand. Charles Green, Mr. Bill Ginn, Adviser: ,less Haines, Allan Dexter, Ron Berncr, Tom Gray, Sam Knife. SECOND ROW: Marvin Rue, Allen Netzley, Daw Kendall, "Tiny", Oaks. VARSITY NM" PROMOTES GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP The purpose of the Varsity "Nl" Club is to promote good will among the athletes of Milton-Union. The Varsity "Nl" boys can easily he recognized hy their white school sweaters with attractive recl "lVl's', on the front. Any high school boy can become a mem- her of the club hy participating a full season in any one of the four major school sports, and meeting the requirements of that sport. The club has the honor of selecting the four candidates, freshman through senior, for the CAA Sweetheart Hop. FIRST ROW: Allen Netzley, Presidentg Ron Berner, Vice-Presi dent. SECON DROW: Allan Dexter, Secretaryg Tom Gray, Treas urer. F H A DEVELOPS POTENTIAL ABII ITIES FIRST ROW Nedetle Smlth Nlary Popp Nlary Ellen Br1 ht Joyce Coffmet June Fryman Sharon Bn ht Karen Swrsher Conme Rogers Bexerly Sexauer Har le Nlcbulre SECOND ROW Judy Seeker Janice Lowry Sharon Kauffman Sharon Mote Nancy Kerr Lmda Strawser Bohlue Sue Ro er Dlana Cam Ruth Nlhlzer Beverly Ea trrd c Xn ela Rentl Pe y Kres Juva Jean Spltler Nlary Bare Brenda Van Klrk Joy Thompson Barbara Cress FOURTH ROW Miss Judy Burk hart Student Teacher Sandra Swlgdft' Claudla Sandlfer Carol Spltler Carolyn Welkert Carol Blanton Sharon Bohse Donna Wolfe 'Vlarolyn Oaks Tern AlJSlllI'C NOT PILI URED Sandra Nlarcum OFFICERS-SEATED Janlce Lowry 2nd V160 President Sherry Smlth lst V1CCPI'CldCl'1l Connie Rogers Presldent STANDING Bobble Sue Roger Recreatlon Leader Carolyn Welkert H1 torlan Sharon Bohse Reporter Brenda Van Kxrk Secretary Joy Thompson Treasurer The Future Homemakers of Amerlca had a very successful wear wlth the FHA F F A Fall Falr the State and Natlonal Con YBUTIOUS State Farr demonstratlons, and Daddy Date Nlte to keep them busy FHA not only promotes the apprec1at1on of homemakmff hut also fosters the develop ment of leadershlp 1n the commumty as well 0 0 0 J l U ' ' 9 A 5 A . g 1 M51 y - ' a ' 1 ' , ' , ' g , . v y , ' ' 2. : - -9 ' ' A ' 7 - ' g ' - 5 A l Q 1 ' - Y " , a : 7 ' I 1 K 0 I S l. 7 1 1 1 ' " 7 s ' v ' ' ' 1 2' 5, ' , - ' ' -, ' - . I Lybarger, Llnda Neff, Eleanor Albert. THIRD ROW: Carol Bonnie Purkeypile, Joy Gihhoney, Llaine Bohse, Sherry Smith, y v x ' ' 5 I-5 1 1' g ' 7, gg ' - - . : - ' ' ', " - J 3 ,' ' , ' - s 3 -, .1 . O ' : S, 3 ' ' , 5 ' 3 ' - v Q ' q ' J N 1 ' . . . , ' - 1 ov ' F.F.A. ASSUMES RURAL LEADERSHIP 'llo provide ineentires for the development of better farming progranis and for lietter work in school is the main goal of the Future ldarmers of Anieriea. By striving: to sponsor activities Q? that flex elop leaclersliip. cooperation. and eitizensliip. it enables farm lmovs to better serve their eomniunitv in all areas. 'lille niost outstanding: event of the year was a trip to Kansas City. Nlissouri. for the National F.lf'.A. Convention. ,A . . . ' . King: Glen Kendall pins on Que-en Karen Swislir-r's eorsagze at tlie Fall Fair. OFFICERS: Cary Pit-rm'v. View--l'resi1l1'nt: Barry Brown. Secretary: Lowell Wlade. Presi- dent: Jim Donolioo. Chaplain: Preston Mote. Treasurer: Allen Alliaugli. Reporter. FIRST ROW: Bill Brown, Mark Herslilwrger, Dale Pierce, THIRD ROW: Roy Yanllyke. Boli Honeyman. Sain Howell, Jolm Planlz. ,lini Kinsey. Bill Keener. Ken Bflllllbilllgll. Cary Kenny Hattis, Jerry Knife. Kenny Mowry. Larry Ray. Roger Pierce, John Hoslirook. SECOND ROW: Allen Allmaugli. Barnes. David Truitt. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Ray Diley, Ad- Lowell Puterliaugli. Frank Howell, Terry Pearson, Nic Mote, viserg Cl:-n Kendall, Rieliard Jackson. Ron Sliellliainnier. Bill ,lolin Pearson. Ricky Robinson. Lowell Wade, Dave Kendall. Warner. Barry Brown, Jim D0n0ll00. Preston Mote. 55 FIRST' ROW Sharon Hole Larolyn Sowry Neclette Smith Carolyn Dcubner I y Swlallnr Lheryl Wlctor bule Nllller Jeanne Durham Dlana Cool SECOND ROW Lmda Hmmch Nlary Ylumma Imda lfuffer Barbara W1 ner Joyce Lon THIRD ROW Nlary Freeman Joy Thomp on Sh1ron Kauffman Lmdy Crue lam Hood Jlll OQb0rm Lwntlua Rxke farol Iascoek FOURTH ROW Daryla Ful lor Carolyn Wulxcr! Cathy Iuken Barbara Tlnnerman Sherry glllllll Sylua Stallman Joyce Harley FIFTH ROW Dale Cummm Mlm fr THESPIANS PRODUCE SKITS AND A PLAY !'7 T To prepare Qtudenta for the claw plays and I IVC them a chance to exhlblt thelr theatrleal abllltlee 15 the purpose of the dra IIIHIILQ Llub Newly orcamzed thls year the elub choae the name the Vlllton Lmon Ihesplans Some of thelr liLllYltlCQ melucled Dlllldllln a few Sta-'fe props and produeln two Qmall Qklts and a one ant play OFFICERS-Bettie Rhoade Treasurer Sylvxa Stallman Secretary Nlary Freeman Presrdent Joy Thompson VICC Prceldent . . , ., , r . , . , . , ..,, . , ., ,, . 1 egg l 1 5 i ' V yy ' 5 ' . x A I A . ' ' I . ' . , -' , . . r : ' , ' 1' ' '- , . I' . ' s, ' ' , . , . A- , , , .g , . . 1 - , . . , . . Kay Dllmer, Bettlc Rhoades, Barbara Keste-r, Susan Kerr, B111 Lea, Waller Pfelffer, Jim Bake-r. Lowell Wade, Mr. ' g. 'z . ' ' . , s , 's. .f I . A ' o g' 2, i N i . . . . u Y' . . . . F 1 ' . - f T , U, - ' , , A ' n V! 1 s , W I, x ' ' . V. . B . I . . U Y . .' 0- Q - o c U ' S, js " ' ' , 9 - 1 5 ' 5 v ' - ' CHOIR FIRST ROW Judy Sotun Sheryll Hart Dlana Lybarger Joyce Croley Suaan Cool Carol Holm Joyce Cof fmct Sharon Brl ht lVIarg.1e Nlclulre Shrrlfy Baker SEC Sharon Mote Kathy Archer Nlyra Fo ur Carolyn Furlon Kay Dltmer Carolyn lVI1nn1ch 'IHIRD ROW Judy Sherman Joy Thomp on Barbara Cree Kay Dennl Claudn Sandlfer Mary Kea Ier Joy GIIJIJOYIKY Terry Talbot Han Rou lm Sherry Smith Joyce Harley FOLRTH ROW N11 Flllabeth Strock Adylser Joel Vanderbur Rolhe Brmwer Lowell Wade Northrup Blll Lea Tom Cray 'NOT PICTURFD Cynthia Colhn CHOIR FONTRIBUTES TO ASSEMBLIES The Choir rehearnea for an ascembly The Cholr rehearses each Monday Wedneaday and Frlday durlng the fourth perlod Its members prepare ee lectlona for each aaaembly The out standlnff eyent of the year was the preaentatlon of a Concert for the enjoy ment of the Qtudent body k Z K I. gu v 7 . 1 k? , . V Y , A I I S , . ,x .g ,ll 7.1-!1.,A.. 1 V. D -, V. 9 gv . F' , V4 y OND ROW: Barbara Kesler, Sharon Hartley, Carolyn Sowry, Tom Corcoran, Cary Pierce, Scott Jay. Kenny' Baker, Ben A fq A Q - I S I Q ' ' gv D 1 I s I .l- - . r ' Z A I I' ' , ' . ' 'r . ' : ' , s. ' 5 , I .s, ' ' 'S, .1 C ' , J za ' f ' CHEERLEADERS SPARK SPIRIT OF Inspiring sa-hool spirit among the student hotly. hoosting the- inorall- of the teams and planning pop ass:-nihlivs are only a part of tht- zn'tii'itie-s of the Xlilton-Enion vlivvr- lc'znle'1's. ln znlmlition to le-ailing the stuflent hotly in vlwmsi the- c'l1Pc'1'lc-aclers posted "pep Signsw in the- hulls. sponsorecl dances aftvr the home gann-S. aml sold shakers. He-siclvs the regular activities of the chver- leaclc-rs. tht- squad chose Jo Ann Gingrich as the representative from our school to help pass out uwarcls at the SWBL Mc-et helcl on Hay ll. in Dayton. RESERVE CHEERLE XDERS FIRST ROW Randy YOIIIITUP. Nancy Stoner, Carol Waymire. SECOND ROW Janie Cm rich Jowcc Cibb Sue Sollcnherger. STUDENT BODY Coach Ginn and his twelve varsity cagers get together in their traditional huddlc prior to the Tipp City battle. A familiar sight during thv cage season is the concern of Coaches Fox and Ginn ovcr the Q,'iiIIlC'S outcome. a, Milton! Col Fight! Win! FIRST RUXV: Barbara Tinncrmun. Shannon Harshliarger. Jodi Bradshaw, Bobby Menkn:-r. Joyce Thompson, Marilyn Furlong, .lean Sotzing, Donna Tinncrnian. SECOND ROW: Bill Lea, Student Director: Martha Spitler, Wayne Cripc, Bar- bara Wagner, Barbara liattson, Vickie Sherman, Sharon Burn- The Milton-Linion High School Band. in addition to providing halftime entertainment at football games, marched in the Mum Festival parade at Tipp City and led the first annual Fourth of July celebration at West Milton. The lJand's yearly activities included marching in the Memorial Day Parade, attending the Firemen's Convention. presenting a concert at the 60 side, Steve- Grise, llloria Heist-y, Sharon Milliken, Cary Beard, Janie Waylnirc. Gayle Lavey, Ann Markland. THIRD ROW: Carol Kauffman. Sonia Cass:-l, Valaria Harsliharger, Lillie- niac llurnside. l.cla Cearhart, Kay Warner, Judy Sotzing, Bobby Harshlmarge-r, Randall Hughes, Terry Warner. Mary Munnna. Arne Vandcrburg, Sandy Long, Diane Jones, Karen BAND PLAYS HOST Miami County Fair, attending a week of band camp at Miller's Grove during the summer, and presenting a concert in the spring. Also, the hand acted as host to the Miami Valley Band Festival and presented a concert to the Troy High School student body in ex- change for an assembly hy the Troy High School Choir this spring. Yount. Paul Hines, Kenny Baker, Roy Jay, Carolyn Sowry. Kerr, Rita Foster, jo Ann W1-bt-r. FIFTH ROWQ Mr. Dean FOURTH ROW: Mary Ann Jones, .lolln DUWIQT- Killlly Wivfll. Stitz. Directorg Roger Wliitacre, ,lim Titcombc, Matt Ingram, Donna Nlcrgxler, Karen Spears, Mark Lutz, Kenny Nlattis, Tom Jim Ft-tter, Stew- Uverliolsvr, Linda Coate, Diana Cool. Carol Timmins, Byron Ilonolioo, liolm I'att4-rson. Iiziwn-rice Kiser, Spitler, Linda Ratlifon, Judy Cool, .Iam-t Smith. Iiarlnara Donald llitmvr, Alla-n Crist-, ,lim Small. Lonnie- lloles. Dick Dickson, NOT l'IC'I'URIilJ: Carolyn Furlong. TO MIAMI VALLEY BAND FESTIVAL The Majorettes accompanied the band and excelled in the presentation of precision marching and twirl- ing routines. This year six majorettes in addition to the drum majorette were chosen at the tryouts. which were held the previous spring. Providing music at the pep assemblies and at all home basketball games were the duties of the pep band. This group,.led by Bill Lea. student director, al- so performed at the Fall Festival. The purpose of the pep band is to create and preserve the school spirit by means of music. In addition to marching at all home football games and accompanying the band in the various parades, the Rhythmettes presented a precision drill during the halftime of the Northmont basketball game. For the Rhythmettes two "firsts,,, they marched with the band at the Miami County Fair and at the Miami Val- ley Band Festival. bl MAJORETTES, RHYTHIVIETTES, PEP BAND LINDA RA'l'IIFON llrum Nlajorm-ite' CAROL I'fl'lI.IfRS JANE IIRICWER Co-Captains PEI' BANIJ--'Bill In-a. Student Di- re-Ctor. FIRST ROW: Allon Crifv, Roll- vrt Ilaltffrson. Byron llonolloo. SEC- ONIJ ROW: Martha Spill:-r. liarllara Wagner, Lillimae BllI'I19IClC. Barbara Ilattson. - Carol Kauffman, Valurin Ilarslllwargor. TIIIRII ROW: Paul Ilinf-S, Sanclra Long, Kvnny Bakr-r. Di- anne- Jones, Roy Jay, Carolyn Sowry. FOURTH ROW: .Iudy Solzing, Gayle I,11vr'y, .Iufly Cool. Barlmra TITITIPTIIIZIII, Shannon Harslllmargor. FIFTH HOW: Carolyn Furlong. Ann Mnrklancl. SIXTH ROW: Tom Timmins. ,lim Fot- ta-rs. Halt Ingram. Hoge-r Whitavrv. 'wif f 11-gf x - 5 xx A I v Q Q ,Q 4 na 1.6. 'GK y ' W 1' 'I' VNU J UN IORS AND SEN IORS PRESENT FIRST ROW: Susie Miller, Susan Kerr, Sara Oycr. SECOND ROW: Judy Sherman, Barbara Kestt-r. JLH10 Brewer, Cindy Kira-ss, Kay Dinner, Mary Ann Roush. THIRD ROW: Bill Lea. Joyce Long, Cynthia Collins, "Pick A Dillyf' a three act farce was presented by the Senior Class on November 20. 1959, under the direction of Mr. Dale Cummins. The entire play took place at the Shady Dell Mortuary. the home of the late Jason Strong. The plot centered around the reading of the will and all of Jason's greedy relatives. The relatives were quite surprised when he left the bulk of his fortune to one of his friends' sons. April Dilly, Susie Miller, is being set down after she tried to escape from the Mad Mortician, Doug Stoner. Ren Nortlirup, Scott Jay, Nadcan Coatc, Jocl Vander- lmurgr. James llakcr. Jim Smith, Dale Cummins, Di- rector. NOT l'IC'l'URED: Doug Stoner, Larry Bohlcn- dvr. i 5 S M? se Rod, Bill Lea, has caught the house guests of the late Jason Strong: off guard as he came to collect his inheritance. P Wilhur, Scott Jay, tries to recapture his pet mouse. FIRST PLAYS IN NEW AUDITORIUM On Nlzirvli lil. IUOH. tln- junior lfluss pn-sc-xilewl 'Wlan llU'!'lHiill'il.-7 ai llirvc' avt play mlirectefl by Xlr. llalv lfuinniins. 'lilic' vntire- play limk plum- Un lmarfl ilu' l'.S.5. iiulunilmiu. lfmnim' zuul imstvi'iwus wiluatiuns arose when unc' of lllv men lust his important governnient papers. llnus 1'X4'I'f1llli' on lmurml ln-vanlc' irivulvc-cl llllllilllgl tlii- play nm' lu ln- lung 1'4-rm-riilwrvcl. 1 Hdnnllll lllilif. Jill fJ5lNVTlll'. plvads Allwrt Nlixu Xlldn lhxur tdlu Nlmlum Lcrm Wan Frgenmn on Mllll Captain 0'Sli0u. ,lolin limdsliaw, to one- of ln num mu 1 e lui 1n mug r Q :mum tie nm ull h r Cr hut tlle- limit is not going: to sink. gif- , 1 ew- FIRST ROW: Myra Fostvr. Bill Amlvrson. Sllll'lQ'y llalwr. Ruger Wliituvrv. Roy Jay. K1-itll Brown. ,Ivy Tlmnipsun, Allan D1-xtvr, Mary Frvcnian. SECOND ROW: lluvc- Kendall, Carolyn Wcikc-rt, Lynda Heitz- mun, Mike Nortlirup, Marvin Rue. Jill Osliornv, Wuym- l 1 Cot L1 Xvhailc nf ll illvaiiiii' wtls thc the-nw nf e' first prize winning flmit cnt:-re-tl lry xht- uninr Class Co-Captain Gingrich. At the ll0IIlCCOIIllllg dancv, our queen, ,lo Ann Gingrich, dances with John llrudshaw. JO ANN GINGRICH I "Tiny" Oaks bestows tht- traditional kiss on Quvcn ,lo Ann The GAA float with thv the-mc "Pickle the Pirates" won third prize. ELECTED QUEEN Fawntclla Swank, Homecoming Queen of 1959, crowns Jo Ann Gingrich as Queen of 1960. lla QQQI S """'w-A The Fopliomores won seconrl prim- with their float having the the-nie "Dial V for Vic-tory." The highlight of the- football season was the annual homecoming festivity. Students liegan early in the season to prepare for their class and club floats. The name of the queen was kept sevret until the Crowning eereniony-a familiar tradition at Milton- Union. This yearis queen was Senior ,lo Ann Gingrich. Members of her court were Susie Miller. Seniorg Susan Jones, ,luniorg Cheryl Beeman, Sophonioreg and Janie Gingrich. Freshman. Queen Jo Ann reigns over the Homecoming festivities with her court--Janie Gingrich, Cheryl Beeman, Susan Jones, and Susie Miller. 67 QUEENS REIGN OVER CQLQRFUL EVENTS VIISS KAREN SWISHER MISS LINDA RATHFQN H P A Fall Fair Queen Sweetheart o Queen OF THE YEAR Y? MISS JO AININ GINGRICH Homecomlnb ueen MISS CHERYL BEEMAN Fall Festlval ueen T ' . ' I O W5 . I 0 . X Xi .M I ' 79 ',ujk .3 ' x ' 1- . l UQ ' Q It appears that the juniors and seniors arc enjoying: their dinner in the Sidewalk cafes of Paris. AIIAA THEME CREATE "Paris in the Spring" was the theme the juniors chose for the WSU Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. The theme was carried out very cleverly by the use of side- walk cafes and everyone enjoyed dancing! to the music of Bill Camp- ln-ll's Orchestra. But everything was over all too soon. and anyone of the dreamy- cyed couples would have told you, "We could have danced all night." After enjoying their dinner, these "Promers" eagerly await thc rest of the evening. Here Larry Koogler and Barbara Elicker dance to the music of Bill Caniplwll's Orchestra. Queen Virginia Antonides and King Terry Humphrey seem to he enjoying themselyes as they open their gifts. 70 IDEAL MOODS AT 1959 AND 1960 PROMS Jill Osborne provides an amusing hit of entertainment I with ht-r pantomime-, "The Klan un the Flying 'l'rapt-ze." Conveying the mood of Hawaii, Bonnie Callicoat does the hula. On April 29, 1960, the juniors and seniors enjoyed a banquet and even- ing of dancing with music furnished by Dick Nutting and his orchestra. Once again it was time for the ,lun- ior-Senior Banquet and Prom. A large mural of palm trees, crepe paper stream- ers and orchids added to the theme, "Hawaiian Cruise." fx it Glen Kendall and Cindy Cress seem quite happy after ln-ing crowned King and Queen of thu 1960 Prom. As the hand begins to play, these people feel almost as though they are dancing under the stars of Hawaii. GRADUATION 1959 gk. ab The Graduating Class of 1059. On Nlay 25. l'J5'J. 'PT Seninrs marched up the c:andI1-lit aisle lu lmecmne the largest c-lass lugrafll1alt'fI'um Nliltnm-lvniuti. The 1-lass ehose the theme hllopes of the llust Ring Bells nf the Future." with pink and silver as their 1-lass enlors and rt pink rose as their flmser. Soon graduation was over and these sen- iors tnarehed out tu take their places in tho world. Hr. Williams is wngzratulutingz and giving the awards tn the Yaledietnriuns. Doug: Midlum, Carol Fullu, and Sunny Rae Knlfe. Presenting ll musical selection arc Sandra Curlier, ,ludy Snyder, Barbara Elicker. and Nancy Freeman. The Address of Welcome is being given by Sandra Carlier. 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H ' rx n, K. - 1 'v 1 . 11,7 I E11-'D h ' 11S ' ' ' 1 C 'S ' A' ' ' ..' ' ,1 "H1"' rc .1 ' 511 H , ,11-ssc' " 'S, , mix 1 1 1 11" 11. 4 K ug: I li S Q ' 1 . ' - j 11' '. . . 73 1 x '-'A Z'-XX 0 x Jf W N P XX N ! 'X a A x , XJ dfv- - pf 2: .452 4" Al I ff X X X x Qf K G9 E 3-E gd? 2. ,P-W Hiya, -ef! . in it E' sew? ,585-1 , Q 'fini' FIRST ROWY Dave Kendall. Sain Knife. Ralph Hilde- hrand. Barry Brown, Co-Captains Allen Netzley and "Tiny'l Oaks, Tom Cray, Ron Berner, Dave Cook, Scott Jay. Chuck Green. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Mikel, Mgr.: Mike Northrup, Kent ljriuey. John Bradshaw, Dick Nihizer, Tom Wagner, Steve Michaels. Marvin Rue. Tom Gingrich. Keith Brown, Russ Fisher, Steve Schmermund, Mgr. THIRD ROW: Tom Corcoran, Mgr., Steve Roush, Waltcrr Rentz, Pat Holder, Bob Pyle, Dave Lieser, Walter Pfeiffer, Earl Lane, Stan Jones, Dave Watson. FOURTH ROW: Assistant Coach llill Fox, Head Coach Bob Long, Assistant Coach Bill Cinn. Halfback Allen Netzley skirts left end for long yardage against West Carroll- ton in the annual Homecoming tilt. 'Ht Ja. 1959 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT WE THEY Sept. 11 Northridge 4PremiereI 25 0 18 'Vandalia-Butler 32 0 25 'Eaton 35 0 Oct. 2 'Northmont 20 12 9 'Trotwood-Madison 6 6 16 'West Carrollton fHome.l 26 16 23 'Brookville 17 6 30 'Oakwood 13 12 Nov. 6 'Tipp City 20 6 13 Covington 14 6 " Denotes league game BULLDOGS COP S.W.B.L. CHAMPIONSHIP Co-captains Allen Netzley andi"Tiny" Oaks led the 1959 Bulldogs through an undefeated season to cop the S.W.B.L. title for the first time since 195111. With an explosive backfield and a strong forward wall, the Bulldogs were one of the biggwt threats in the area. After knocking off Northridge in the Premiere, the boys continued winning with victories over Vandalia, Eaton, and Northmont. On Oct. 9, the "champs" met Trotwood on the local turf and battled to a 6-6 dead- lock. However, Milton got back on the winning track against West Carrollton in the Homecoming classic, and finished their terrific season with wins over Brookville, a tough Oakwood eleven, Tipp City, and the previously unbeaten Buccaneers of Covington. Seniors Tom Cray, Barry Brown, "Tiny", Oaks, and Allen Netzley were placed on the All-League squad. Juniors Ralph Hildebrand and Ron Berner, co-captains for the 1960 season, were also All-League selections. Sam Knife and Chuck Green received Honorable Mention in the halloting for Milton. 77 BARRY BROWN Left End All Lea uc TOM WACNER Guard Senlor STEVE MICHAE Halfback Semor COACH LONG S ALLEN NETZLEY C0 Captam Halfback All League sb TOM GRAY Center All League Jack lam lln 1 S em lgdllll VM t farmlllon mth Umm Kendall ha ln mtcrfercncc SQUAD COMPILES SUPERB 8 0 1 SLATE TINX OAKQ Co Halfback A1lLc.1 ue Capt un SCOTT JAX Cuard Semor "sa Sl' ROW J ll llour 'N r lk 111111 ll 1 onfr ll JN llflt xlllll Dexter ion rown ern ont lll lt 1 ltllll en 'Wmtrlrx rnfr l 1111 n 11l1l31ll NEI UNH ROW bn Stnltl NI r Chuck Crean Don BULLDOG CAGERS FINISH IN FOURTH PLACE IN Coach B1ll Glnn s squad 1mprosed conslderablx on last season s 2 I1 record by f1n1sh1n a respect able fourth 111 Southwestern Buckexe lea,.ue plax defeats oser a ruffred schedule l'he1r onlx lossts 1n loop compet1t1on were to lNorthmont Eaton and Oakw ood flIllShlIlr. IH that order In the Doffs opemno t1lt w1th Newton, Mllton poured ln 60 po1nts to down the lnd1ans but dropped thelr next two encounters Wlth Falrborn and Plqua lvllltflll opened league plax at Eaton talun a beatlng. at the hands of the except1onally hot Fa les mol Howexer the Dons rebounded the f0ll0Wlflf' week wlth a D9 13 VIH over the Van dal1a Butler Avlators In the Hohday 'lournament at Tzoy Nlllton de feated Tecumseh 3937 1n flrst round play, but were defeated bs a touch Troy qumtet 81 19 to f1n1sh runner up 111 the tournex OII ,lan 9 the locals met the tou h lNorthmont Thunderbolts o11 the home floor and came w1th1n went till to down Trotw ood West Carrollton a11d Brookulle before dropp111 thelr th1rd a11d flnal defeat to Oakwood Mllton flI'llSl1Cd out the1r lea ue play wlth WINS over 'l'1pp C1tx and lxflfthflfl e then battled to a thr1ll1n -11 v2 oxertlme VIII oxer Nl1am1 Past The Green Waxe of freenulle sl1pped past the Nlllttbll ca,,ers 111 the fourth quarter of thelr llllllal D1st114t l'ou1na1nent contest to Wln 55 50 and el1m111'1te the Bulldo s from further COITIPCIIIIOII ,lumor forwald Hon Berner was plcked on the SWBL second team selectxons 1n the leaffue ballot ln, th1s season Co captaln ,less HHIHCS and guard Chuck Creen were chosen as Honorable MCDIIOH for Nl1lton Iemon Flllf' l: i1 4' ' . . Ig .3 D' 'li N'l , K "tl S1 - , llllil Gr' je-ss II1' -s, 1 1 1 1 , l ll ' . ,I ' 1' -S, ll lg' ' W'll" rs. All . " Be 1 , ' 'o li gI'll'lI, C411 ' ' Ginn. .T I 1' "2 "gf: '.,. g.g ' -. g x N 9 - , . . . g - C ' j 5 I g ' . ' ' , ' , U , '. 1 f f 3 ' The Bul-ldogs compiled nine wins against seven seven points of defeating the champs. 63-56. TVI-U - U . ' ' v 1 - Y Y - I. . . i .. , . . . . Y Y ,. . U . . . 9 - I 3- , , . . . . . . . . . . f, 0. , , V C A Z' 7 ' ' ' Z' 5 . A v . . . . H 7, -7, V . y. Y l . . I I . . N u , V. L . E I ,.- ,. , , , . . 1 g , - -. , D . h g, . v C . v -i . , , - ' , , . 4 L . D . ' Y ' 4 . Y, L ' . . U . , A - . . 1 ' . ' ' J J Y - 1 . v U v ' s -I - ' ' J , 7 7 , ' 1 TOM GRAY BPIJCIE WIIALIANIS DOUG STONER CHICK GREEN Center Forward Forward Guard S.W.B.L. COMPETITION JESSE HAINES ALLEN NETZLEY Center Guard Co-captain Co-captain Center Jesse Haines and Tipp City? Mike Mattauscll battle for the opening tip. VARSITY We - T11 ey 60-46 -LO-75 58-63 5,1-75 39--L3 39-37 L10-8-1 56-63 siwio 53-50 Hmm A153625 T5-52 ofsgir 5,1--52 50-55 'K' -If 95 'YI' 69 'X- 'K' fl' RON BERNER Forwarcl BASKETBALL SCORES Upponfvzt Newton Fairborn Piqua Eaton Vandalia-Butler Hol. Tourf-Tecumseh Hol. Tour.---Troy A: " Northmont 'llrotwoocl-Nlaclison West Carrollton Brookville Oakwood Tipp City Northridge Miami East Dist. Tour.-Greenville " Denoles league game 82 ALLAN DEXTER KElTIl BROWN TOM CINGRIQH Forwurml lluurml Forward HOOPSTERS COMPILE- 9-7 RECORD OVER RESERVE We-They 29-10 29-77 35-37 26-ll 38f31 -ll-L-50 51443 32-53 516413 34- -53 37-54 I2-56 35412 Jesse Haincs lays in an easy two-pointer on the front cnd of Mil ton's fast lmfuk. .IER ' ' ' V RX JONES DICK NIHIZLR Guard Cllllfll Rcsww liuopflm-rf Allan Dvxlvr, Kurs Flbl1l'l'. uncl Kvnt Urnu-y luittlm- fur ai mlvfn-n-ixv n-lmuml llflillllrl Tipp City RUGGED SCHEDULE FIRST ROW: Put Holder, Roy Jay. Stove Roush, Bob Pyle, vin Rue: Daw Licscr, Sam Knife. ,lim Penny, Russ Fisllcr Dave Williarns. SECOND ROWY Larry Bvrkvr, Mgr.: Har- Kent Ilrinvy. Stun ,lonvs,ffnu1'll Bill Fox. COACH GINN'S CINDERMEN PLACE 5. . . ,. . X Nl' 1' FIRST ROW Roger Broolyt Daye Cook Jerry Pmkrr Chunk Green Xrm Yanderhur ,lun Crawford Steye ton Tom ClhgI'lCll B111 Free man Wlarym Rue Don Lu Hendmr on Ron llmrncr Tom lunnun tcm. Helsey cou Allan Dexter QEC OINU ROW Steye Rou ly Boll FOURTH I1OW Iom Corcoran 'Nluna cr Dave Wat Patterson Dick John ton Steyn Oycrholser Corky son bun ,lonc Ralph Hlllltllfdlltl ,less Hume Joel OCalla han Sam Kmft Barry Brown THIRD ROW Yandcrhur NO'l IICTURED Co.1chB1llC1nn Wlth a relatlvely youn, squad the 1960 W1llt0Il Umon track squad had a faxrly successful season durmff a rugged schedule of ten meets mcludlnfr the Trotwood Relays Dayton Relays DlQtflCt Meet and the Southvy estern Buckeye Lea,.ue lVleet at Welcome Stadlum Dayton Out of ten teams Milton fmlshed frfth Sey eral records yyere elther set or neared Sen lor ,less Halnes clipped off a f1ne tlme of 159 seconds ln the 180 yard hx h hurdles to break hrs old mark of 16 3 m 59 Also Jumor Allan Dexter passed hrs old hl h jump record of D9 wrth a leap of 6 '31 at the lea ue meet settmfr a new league record Allan also took frrst place at the Trotyy ood Relays yuth a jump of 6 The Bulldofvs H0 relay team COIIQIQUH of Daye Watson ess lrlames Ron Berner and Jerry Pmkerton mlssed tymf' the school record by one tenth of a econd at l'roy as they chpped oft a tlme of 1 31 l The lea ue meet held the 180 yard low hurdles for the flrst time thls year yuth qteye Roush settm, a 'Wilton record yylth a clorkm of 22 5 seconds llar es ln the lea,.ue meet yyhlch accounted for Nlxlton s pomts yyere Allan Dexter flrst place ln the hr h Jump Mary ln Rue tled for second place ln the pole yault Joel Vanderburg ran thlrd IH the SPO yard run Jess Hames flIllSl1Cd fourth ln the hr hs and our lVl1le Relay and 880 Relay squads flmshed flfth NL -ii.-, U ' 1 ' y C L 5 ' - I K - ." -v , :iq A- I' -'. 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' P FIFTH IN 1960 SWBL MEET FIRST ROW .llck Wawmrr Lhufk lrun Carv man 'IHIRD ROW ,Inn Beard K t Coach Jack Muclnlzalmr Sfolt Lalr Xllen vll7liV lmy Oak Walther Bruce Spltler John N11 hler Allan Dexter SECOND ROW Joel Yandmrlmrg Ron Bc-rner Stem Je Hamc Dean Cllmfmlter Lrwach B111 Ginn Nllrllael Ralph Hlldelmrand Xlarun Rue Run Elle Nlarsm Rue oc um and ner m thx I ucce ful sault to a1n a ue for c-cond place ln thu year lea ue mmt Fre hman Brll Freeman tart out on lue lap of the Nrllle Relay at Davton Q4 avian . 40- E N "fbi: 9. -. JEVS:-1 -':--' ...-.-Q " ' , , T' CJ . will l N ' 91 a it 'QL I, is ,i s .QL ! 11' flaw 1' 4' GOLF TEAM- Coach Bill Fox, Gene Ross, Dave l.im-ser, Jeff Hess, Russ Fisher. The spring sport of golf returned to Nlilton-lfnion after a va1'arir'y of one year with Nlr. Bill Fox as Coach. Although the Wlilton golfers failed to come up with a victory during the season. the five lettermen re- turning next year have valualnle experience and have high hopes for a successful season. Sophomore Russ Fisher was the number one man for the Bulldogs throughout the season. Russ was the only Milton golfer to hreak lO0 in the District, with an 88. GOLF RETURNS TO MILTON-UNION Seniors Joel Vanderburg and Ron Rlleman were the one-two men for the squad all season. Un- der the supervision of Mr. Herb Iannone, the squad endured a sea- son of nine meets. The league meet. with six squads participat- ing. was held at Butler with Mil- ton placing fourth as a team. Out of 39 boys, Joel and Ron placed tenth and eleventh respectively. FIRST ROW: Ron Elleman, Robert Patterson, Jim Crawford. SECOND ROW: Joel Vanderburg, Allan Dex- ter, Don Diley, Jess Haines, Coach Herb Iannone. MII TON S W B L CHAMPS OF BASEBALL abil.. in-L.,,J -un-4 FIRST ROW Larry Can er Paul Hmm Nlanagfrs Barry Hart THIRD HOW Bnll btultenborg Dave Km SFK OWD ROW Wir Wxlham Ballm er Coach Larry rey Chuck Creen Ron Berner Allan Dexter Dou Bmclxcr Roy .lay Dave Wlllldfllg John Bradsllaw Keltlt Stoner Tom Crm Larrw Nlmton Roy Yan Dvke Brown Budgle Wllham Allen Netzlex Pat Holder Repeatm the wonderful performance of the 1960 champlonshlp football team Coach Ballxn ers bots wrapped up the Southwestern Buck exe learue champlonshlp bw defeatmgz exert team IH the leaffue wlth the exceptxon of the Northmont Thunderbolts who forfelted their frame wlth M1llOH Opemn the season with two non leaffue con tests wlth Col Whlte and the Roosevelt Teddles the Bulldo,,s dropped the game Wlth the Cougars but bounced back Wlth a 5 4 wm ower the Ted ICS Chuck Green hurled the flrst of two shutout vlctorles against Vandalla Butler, 90 to open the lea,ue season Mllton then dropped Faton 5 1 shut out Creenvllle 2 0 1n a non leaguer and were WlLl0I'lOl1S over the 'lrotwood Madlson Rams bv the score of 5 3 The West Carrollton Pirates were next on the Do s llst as they bowed to Ylllton 2 1 In the next leaf ue encounter at Brookulle the locals came from behlnd to score mne runs ln the last mmn to defeat the touffh Blue Deuls 12 .3 Tlpp Cltx was the next YlCllm and Wlllton llterallx ran ow er the Devlls ln recordlng a 14 2 slaughter In the fmal learue tllt the Bulldovs nlpped the ,lacks of Oakwood m an evtra lnmng thrlller to rex n as champs of the dlamond as well as the football hrldxron In complllnz. thelr f1ne 12 2 slate the Dogs went to the seml flnals of the dlstrlct In flrst round plaw Mnlton downed Bellefontame 7 3 and then went on to defeat NOIthfIdgC 12 5 The team next won out over the Tecumseh Arrows 2 0 to move 1nto the Dlstrlct semx fmals Here the Bulldofrs were fnnallw halted bs a tough Sprlnfrfxeld Publlc mne on the Troy dlamond bs the marbm of :J 2 - J o o 1 0 - 1 .Q I I i, V.- " - 1 n Q.. 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FRFSHVIAX AND JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAMS FIRST ROW Scott Brumbaugh Tom Beam Chns Hansen .lohn 'VIcNIaken Russ Luken Don Stoner Eddle Rose Galen Puterbaugh SECOND ROW Ted Studebaker Corky OCallaghan Kenny Brumbaugh Barry Hart Kenny Smlth Ronme Hxcks Steve Overholser Cary Helsey Chuck T1n nerman Ben Nanlmell Vernon Elleman THIRD ROW Mr Herb Iannone coach .lohn Pearson Davld Brewer lVI1ke Strawser Dnck Johnston Larry Nlmton Steve Henderson Drck Smlth Jerry Pmkerton Scott Snyder Lonnie Doles Jerry Pearson Bxll Freeman Mgr Mr Wrlllam Balllnger Under the supervlslon of Mr Wllllam Balllnger, the Mrlton Umon freshman football squad flIllSl'ICd the season wlth a record of two wms and three losses Although the season could have been better the boys gamed valuable knowledge to carry wlth them mto varsltv plav coach FOURTH ROW Doug Nllller 'VIgr Barry Hyle Duane Plerce Slup Tyson Rxchard Donohoo John She haas FFIIZ Elleman Cary McDowell Don Oaks David Engle Don Mumma Denms Howard Cralg Mmnlch Danny Cross B111 Long Kenny Beverly I'IFTH ROW T1m Brandt Denver Crowell Davxd Nles Terry Thompson Cary Llght 1er Dlck Evans Corby Enoch lVI1ke Stoltz, Nell Lehman Cary Dxtmer Jeff Elson Allen Casey Bllly Hlttle Steve Guse Butch Slnlt Dcnms Rohr Scott Ream Dean Shade FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCORES We They Opponent 20415 3 8 42 36 16-23 27 23 3 31 38 36 36-28 43 26 Northmont Tlpp Clty Brookvllle Butler Butler fovertlmeb Trpp Crtv MadlSOD fdouble overtlmel Plqua Eaton Greenvrlle Tour 36--29 Covlngton Greenville Tour Denotes league game .4 . 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Ixlrry Canlcr. an V A R S I 'I' Y VOLLEYBALL-V FIRST ROW: Susie Miller, Sheryll-llart, Kathy Arc-her, Con- nie Thompson, Linda Rathfon. SECOND ROWYZ Claudia Sandi- fer, Jane Bra-wer, Barbara Kester, Scorekeeperg Susan Kerr, Janet Smith. THIRD ROW: Judy Sher- man, Jo Ann Gingrich, Jane Harsh- barger, Cindy Cress, Referee, Joy Wheelock, Sandra Swigart. GIRLS MAINTAIN GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP BOWLING-FIRST ROW: Nancy Strawser, Kathy Archer, Nancy Kerr, Joyce Hoover, Sharon Shaf- fer, Sheryll Hart, Susie Miller, Sue Dickey. SECOND ROW: Susan Kerr, Pam Hood, Myra Foster, Jeanne Durham, Sandy Long, Carol Garrison, Mary Freeman, Linda Rathfon, Gayle Lavey. THIRD ROW: Judy Sherman, Joy Wheelock, Cindy Cress, Jane Brewer, Connie Thompson, Janet Smith, Jane Harshbarger, Claudia Sandifer, Barbara Kester. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Swigart, Sharon Hughes, Patsy Cummins, Diana Cool, Sandy Bent, Barbara Wagner, Karen Iddings, Paige Ditmer. FIFTH ROW: Jo Ann Gingrich, Cheryl Beeman, Sue Stepp, Martha Spitler, Sharon Kauffman, Linda Pfeiffer, Jane Blackmore, Dianne Howard. V A R S IT Y BASKETBALL- Sheryll Hart, Jane Harshbarger, Joy Wheelock, Nancy Warner, Mrs. Waymire, Coach, Judy Sher- man, Jill Osborne, Jane Brewer, Jeanne Durham. R E S Fl R V E VOLLEI BALI. FIRST ROW: llarbara Wagner. Ilillin' Nr,-ff, ,Ioycv Hoover, ,Ivannu Durham. I.incla Wilt. SECOND ROW: Martha Spitler, Karen Imlrlings, Patsy lfumrnins, Paige- Ditnwr. THIRD ROW': Sharon llugghes. Sue Stvpp, Dianne How- ard, Che-ryl lla-Q-man. NOT PIII- TURED: Nanny Warner, ,lill Os- borne: N2 AND COMPETITIVE SPIRIT fy f 44 R E S E R V E ISASKETBAIJ.-Y LEFT TO RIGHT: Martha Spit- ler. Sally Jay, Mary Lou Miller. Jodi Bradshaw, Diana Patterson, Suc Stepp, Barbara Wagner. Becky Dearth, Carolyn Sowry. BOWLINGiFIRST ROW: .Iune Fry- man, Cheryl Victor. Karen Anderson. Rena Netzley, Carol Waymire, Carolyn Deubner. Linda Lehman, Kay Black- more. SECOND ROW: ,lane Waymire, Linda Strawser, Donna Mergler, Eliza- beth Holmes, Carolyn Sowry, Marcia Miller, Mary Miller, Marilyn Null. THIRD ROW: Darlene Besecker, Jackie Rike, Susan Jones, Sherry Grissum, Linda Minnich, Ruth Anne Shelley. Vickie Rhoades, Bettie Rhoades. FOURTH ROW: .lane Gingrich. Jill Osbome, lane Walker, Maureen Jones, Sally Griffin, Bonnie Purkeypile, Judy Brewer. Joyce Gibbs, Angela Rentz. FIFTH ROW: Judy Buehler. Sandra Macy, Sylvia Stall- man, Sandra Peele, Cathy Lukens. Judy Spiiler, Linda Arnold. NOT PIGTURED: Diana Lybarger, Janice Lowry. YL.: X P NTLK 4 'Qu jj r flflgf 3, 4 12,8 15. -C" .L X ffyi Q5 ff 4 ff ".:L"" A .. 4 . If W -v 1, sr ' W " 'f X' ,Q 11 I, ' fx rf- f f QA, -r .-. A, 'gf 1 Z' Nfl 1 t 4 'I 5, .v""' K int' s V W 5427: 2 - 4 ' ' K 1, R i ? ' - --:--i-:Z , f ' A 1 ,, 5 X, ,, Z1 , IVF? f 'L 2' I ' 4. 4 f x M , 6 - X I X - X -is Km ft Er rf "3 '.' -'J 9 Q w , f f I . . I if X Z ... 3, V. - 1 xc wi J I -1 V 5 , I O' NZ J mrveg-:wiki YB 5 'Rig 3 3 2 'D m Y an S X6 V I i 1 WG! 4 My ,ff x , A--, ., x . grass Yyg f X355 ,JI-2' ' '!"'- X gx ' -s ,, ,.. ,Q Re fi X rs - ral T S if fi Q, if ,-,Ii . D Z ' 1 'fm-X. A WW . Q ' 1. NWS 6? 4 if FIRST ROW: Kenneth Beverly. john Casey. Bradley Brown. David Cox, Nlary Ann Crt-ss, Franklin Ranks, ,lim Alliaugh, Cary Croley. SECOND ROW: Donnie Berry, Donald Beard, Galen Brewer. Nan- cy Deaton. Reva Baker, Linda Cripe, Treasurer: Richard Baker, Sue Battson. THIRD ROW: Den- nis Rohr, Maryanna Dayhoff, Charles Bohse, Donna Cress, Nancy Cox, Linda Adams, Mike Bocliker, Ricky Almsllire, Denver Crowell. 7th GRADERS RUN INTO VARIETY AND l FIRST ROW: ,lt-ff Elson, Billy Evans, Richard Donohoo, Linda Fritz, Vickie Furlong, Sara Deuh- ner, Cary Ditmer, Fritzie Elleman, David Engle. SECOND ROW: Dickson Folkerth, Danny Cross, Corby Enochs, Linda Fine, Secre- tary: Terry Elle-man, Charlyn Gil- hert, Sheila Hale, Betty Elleman, Lynn Hamler. THIRD ROW: Vickie Dohner, Dale Heath, Saun- dra Ganger, Dick Evans, Steve Crise, Dianne Harrington, Toni Ehlers, Delores Doll. FRST ROW: Sarah Kesler, Dennis Howard, President: Bill Long, Vice-President: Cary McDowell, Judy Laycock, Barry Hile, Sergeant-at-Arms: Richard Isaacs, Donna Kiser. SECOND ROW: Jim Knife, Cary Lightner, Carol Hines, Russell Hittle, Bruce Kester, Doloris Jeffers, Mary Ann Jones, Kathy Herman. THIRD ROW: Dale Heath, Cathy Lutz, Linda Honeyman, Alice Hennan, Geneva Jeffery, Dick Kerr, Personal Ac- counts Trcasurcr: Linda Sue Hoover, Judy Krug. FIRST ROW: Janie O'lJcll, Don Mumma, Don Oakes, Wayne Puter- lnaugh, Tim Manson, Raymond Miller, Charles Miller, Patricia Newman. SECOND ROW: Rita Mcfluire, Duane Pierce, Doug Minkner, George- Patty, Dexter Manning, Don Paulus, Craig Min- nich, Mary Osman. THIRD ROW: Tim Michaels. Rieliard Puter- haugh. Edward Mattis, Mary Neff, Charlene Pulls. Janice- Mortar, David Mote, David Neis, Terry Mowry. CONFUSION IN THEIR FIRST YEAR OF JUNIOR HIGH FIRST ROW: Beverly Smith, Galen Spitler, Joe Smith, Pamela Rasor, Ronald Silknitter, John Shellhaas, Cary Sass, Katrina Snell. SECOND ROW: Rae Nell Shroyer, Mike Roberts, Deborah Reed, Priscilla Sarver, .Ianet Smith, De Wayne Scales, Law- rence Rabenstein, Kathy Seabrook. THIRD ROW: Dick Sowers, Den- nis Rohr, Scott Ream, Robert Shilt, Carolyn Sass. Rose Ann Rogers, Jim Rouch, Dean Sowcrs, Betty Rhoades. FIRST ROW: Neil Lehman, Burma Wood, Alberta Steele, .Ian Strawser, Billy Ray, Terry Wood, Bobby Spitlcr, Judy Willis, Sue Wilt. SECOND ROW: Mr. Dale Kyser, Adviser: Terry Thompson, Jim Stukenborg, Steve Uhrig, Lowell Stockstill, Mike Stoltz, Skip Tysdn, Glenda Ann Hann, Julia Ann Spitler, Melody Stowe. THIRD ROW: Peggy Weaver, Vickie Truitt, Linda Stephenson, Phillip Wagar, Judy Wilson, Barbara Teich- man, Tom Peele, Kathy Webb, Karen Stick- el, Miss Elizabeth Strock, Adviser. NOT PICTURED: Otis Trader, Teddy Wiant. FIRST ROW: Robert Dress, Rita Foster, Personal Accounts Treas- urer, Larry Eastridgc, Ronnie Dickson, Terry Dexter, Kay Davis, Raymond Combs. SECOND ROW: Dianne Darsr, Patricia Cress, Don- ald Ditmcr, Wayne Cripe, Angie Frady, Secretary: Vernon Elleman, Linda Cool, THIRD ROW: Larry Canger, Leta Cearhart, Ellen Cox, Dianne Dietrich, Bonnie Cox. Al- len Elifritz, Lonnie Doles. Presi- dent: jim Freeman. NOT PIC- TURED: Cary Ellis. FIRST ROW: Barbara Collins, Sonia Cassell, Sharon llurnsidv, Gloria Ilrighl. Scott lirumbaugh. liars' llollse, ,lim Boolir-r. SECOND ROW: .luckiv Baker, Sophia Ar- nett, llorotlly Clayconilu. Linda Coate, Carol Boston, Linda Bru- baker. Tom Ream. THIRD ROW: Tim Brandt, Linda Baker, Mary Lynn Coatc, Robert llattson, Don llooln-r, Ilill Buck, Earl Ilicdermau, Charlotte Brandenburg. EIGHTH GRADERS MOVE ONE STEP FIRST ROW: Judy Hurley, Gloria Heisey, Bobby Harshharger, Jerry Hughes, Dianne Jones, Connie Haworth, Paul Hines, Joyce Hall. SECOND ROW: Rosemary Hewitt, Billy Howell, Gerald Howell, Steve Honeyman, Randall Hughes, Cindy Hirsch, Gale Heckman, Bon- nie Hildebrand. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Hicks, Chris Hansen, Frank Howell, Sharon Hoover, Treasurer: Barbara Hirbey, Doug Hunley, Lois Hoover. FIRST ROW: N1-il Longrc-ne-4'kcr, Earl Mergler, Cary Knife, Glenn Lyharger, Judy Kunkleman, Wilma Kiscr. SECOND ROW: Doug Mil- ler, Carol Kauffman, Ba-tty Mr'- Cinnis, Dalc Mote, Sharon Milli- kin, Peggy Mason, Vice-President. THIRD ROW: Russ Lukens, Sergeant-at-Arms, John fNIcMaken, Karen Millikin, Peggy Nankivell, Carol Minnicll, Steve Krug. NOT PICTURED: John Kolb, Virginia Minnich, Linda Moran. Carol Harsllharger. CLOSER TO HIGH SCHOOL YEARS FIRST ROW: Joyce Thompson, Jo Ann Weber, Karen Yount, Roy Wyrick, Cynthia Trent, Ronnie Stine. SECOND ROW: Gloria Wilson, Kathy Werts, Terry Warner, Ted Studebaker, Patty Wackler, Donna T i n n c r m a n . THIRD ROW: Kay Warner, Ralph Wamer, Carolyn Swathwood, Don- ie Stoner, Jayne Wright, Mr. Keith Weidner, Adviser. NOT PIC- TURED: Richard Stine, Cecil Webb, Donna Willis. FIRST ROW: Jerry Shaw, Eddie Rose, Jim Small. John Plantz, Galen Puterlmaugh, Jim Pierce, Larry Sanders. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Shade, Tanya Shade, Jean Sotzing, Dean Sowers, Dorcus Slagenweit. Randy Northrup, Re- porterg Sharon Potts. THIRD ROW: Vickie Sherman, Brenda Recker, Pam Shade, Carolyn Shell- hammer, Mike Oaks, Dale Philla- haum, Ken Smith. NOT PIC- TURED: Steve Saul. Kam-n Amin-mul l.imlg1 .xfllllltl flLllllt'I'll1Q lhkvr' Nlury linu- Hugcr linrm-s Gary llcnrsl Nldrx brlrx Darfnn lin uk Daud liruur urls llruur Nlarw Ellln llu ht lkrnnntll llrumlnu CONFUSED F RESHMEN iii Ns ff' 1.11: V -c-1 Q' 'QF' ARE KEPT BUSY , -0 ,O ' .lk V naw ,, 1 kr XL z ' L ' 1-26" "' 'uf-2611 X l QQ 1 Q W WB f r il l Pnoro No! Avaliable Blllv Burton Tom I orcoran Daw on rm Janalm lk nrth Barbara Unk an Donald Dxlu. 1-L? Jamt Dxtnur John Dowler Ann Elleflllll Jack Evans .ine Fetter Te-re a Fmc it Bill I' rum in June F11 mlm U Xlarllyn Furlnn Nlelwm Certz Joyce Gxbbe 01' Jame C1ng.r1ch Joyce Goffmct Sdllw GfllllH Allen Cn c Dan Harms Barn Hart 'S LA Cary Hex 6V John I'lCllLIl'1dI'l Steve Henderson Ellzabetlx Holmes 4 'Y Frank Howell Jlm Iddmgs aiu 1 1 '- F 4- ' - - -- ' Q .fe , ,n' .V "., 1 iJ ' H ' A Lil lb i, V I I I J lip . -K K' 1' . J X v "L" lj. , ,. V V 1 ' '97, 1 XL' 411i X A A1 A I , U K ib','D',ul i ' r . i F ' Ali. .1 Q . L qv- Q 5 I 1 ' " . . 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Bill Freeman, Richard Johnston. and Steve Henderson. The freshman basketball team Slafkwlfif wfllin SPUVE by Winning UHffhfeHvNkf FRESHBLAN CLASS oiiiceassssune ovuhoucn vnwinradene Invitalionayliournamentin February' Bill Freeman, Presidentg .lanie Gingrich, Treasurerg Sue Sollen- berger, Secretaryg Bettie Rhoades, Personal Accounts Treasure-rg Carol Wvayniire. Heportcr. No Hwlo AVAILABLE .LWQ5 qi. .Q 5 ,A .. i 2-.Q N' K' X ' 'V x ff 4 , .. ,, 1' Y YM '-.- I ri 4 ' ' 5 3 i ,' is 1 J fai t- A ' . ,XX 3, L Q A ' -ff". K' , Q x X Q 'L V I, Ricky Jackson Richard Johnston Maureen Jones William Keener ,lim Kinsey lawrence Kiser Gerald Knife James Knight Peggy Kress Ted Krug Dale Lesher Donald Lucous Cathy Lukens Margaret McGuire Sandra Macy Kenneth Mattis Robert Menker Donna Mergler Gerald Mikel Marcia Miller Tom Miller Linda Minnich Larry Minton Kenneth Mowry HAVING SPORTS, CLUBS, AND SCHOOL DANCES WLS 'W 'wr 'G' 1 'T ,rf 0 fra- 1' v"' 5 A s'. 'Ip .x!O. l'.g Uv arf Nlury Nlllllllllll llennv Y'1nkiwll llll 1 'Nm l ll 1 'M Ill: 1 Ruth Nlllllt r for 1 Of 1ll.1 1n mu 1 iurln I g,lll Stem Ourlul er ll 11d l nur rx 1n lz ll n lhlc Pura rrrx llnlurt Il Wmm ll.1nt1 Nlary lupp Bonme Purlxeyplle Lowell luterbau h Bettlr Rhoades Rrclxy Robmson Kenneth Rohrer Eugene Rees Ruth Ann Sanders Rrchard Sehellhaas Steve Sehmermund Larry Shaw Ruth Ann Shelley Ralph Slmmon Nedetle Smlth Rrchard Smrth .lohn Snell Scott Snyder Sue Sollenberger ,aw " ' 5. ' I , ' ' 4- lf la .V-ff Q -. 1 vw xl I, - n hi I - X V .- 113 wg ,' S ',. .A ' , w. X . '.' V, l kg ' la 'gl Ll - . '- 'L ' - .1 's Oak.- ' A ll lf, 7 Il 's JHN' 1 , 'I 'N' 1, Ll " la ' son Q . , X 2' :I - - ik nf' 11,5 ." 4 X f . - , , ' 7 -' V 4 .lvr 1' l,Q'ill'NlI1 A 11. A Q - A 5' V, Jol ' -L 'sn X " 74 ' I, "v i 1 ' . 1 . -A 'll 'J fe' S . .l' ' Y " 0 A rx -3 if! ti '. .I - QQ , , 1, . 1 .- ' ' .-1:11. S - f - ' ' Y I , ww 11 .qt , I Iv 1 11 1 1 - 1.11 " .71 4 , 'e -54 if ' ' 5 ' ' ' g . ir. Y g K' 2, V I -44' Angela Rentz - ' , X 7 f , 1 . 1 ' 6' -...A 4' .: 44.1 l.i' , -. 2 U 0 ' 1. 'nil ' U C f. 7 ' 'nil 9 f- - ' ' - .1-L ii '91 ' - l A 2 A ' ,1 . - ll' in F f ' f' - fr V -J, 1, A- , he A 1 A . - 'f 1515.-:Eg 5' ,A -, , I , 5- fvir. V 1. lv 1 l, K A -x ' fl A . . V 1' ' 'eff ' if- , 2. 15 35 "i". . 1 - " ' . . 094' Mix all ADDED T0 THEIR COURSE OF LEARNING Rug:-ne Spitler ,luva .lean Spitler Nanvy Stoner Mike Ftrawser llulmlmy Stringer De Wain Swatlmwood Peggy Swisher Terry Talbott clllLlI'll'9 Tinnerman lleverly Titcomlme Cheryl Victor Cary Wuckler ,lane Beth Walker Billy Warner Carol Waymirc ,lane Way'mire Elmer Werling Rielmrd Welmrly Retry Ze-llers , 2- Z. 5 .N . .5 V -' I if ' Il Q .1 im , ff . I IW, K A f 'l . ' -VL v I --' f ff' ' ,f 'iff-T ' r .eh ' . Y-gf' I7 1 vb. , fs- R: ..,tv:':.Li. V in 1 1 fgfl m w - 2 Q ' X 574 , 51 5 X Absent when piduros were made ' fi LN , W x 'u s- ia . N x FRESHMAN CLASS ADVISERS Mr. Russell Lutz Mrs. Katherine Schul IOI i aa. -L x. In Y X .Q 'Qtr , --fs .- 1 'H , 1 ' 4 Wx. in-4 fl 4 y , Q f 'y ,,, B f .,A. , 2Q '7 , l A NK... Q, Q, ,KAY A , ' 5-yf V i if Noi Shown WITH TWO YEARS TO GO SOPHOMORES TOO BUSY 45-H5 af ' ' sir? G' " J A PHOTO :W Not Available Q 'Ev XA 3 Allen Alllllllgll Eleanor Allmert Kenneth Baker Barbara Battson Larry Becker Clif-ryl Bceinan Larry Beelley Terry Rm-tley Jerry Belcher Ronald Belcher Sandra Bent Jane Blavlunore Kay Blackmore Carol Blanton Sharon Bohse .lim Boyer Jodi Bradshaw Dennis Bright William Brown Judy Buehler Lilliemae Burnside Phyllis Collins Diana Cool Ann Corrello James Crawford Ed Croley Patsy Cummins Steve Cymbala Donna Daniels Gail Davis Tom Davis Becky Dearth Richard Dearth Buddy Dennis Carolyn Deubner James Diley Judy Ditmer Paige Ditmer Byron Donohoo Karen Dyke Terry Elliott Rodney Fields ,V X? The sophomore-'s second prim--winning float wal ridden lay Sandy Bent, Clie-ryl Bee-nian, and Paige Dilmcr. Winning: sf-1-om! prim- with their float and lacing almle to participate in the reserve and varsity sports has made the Soplnnnon- Class ve-ry ar-tive this year. ilitilll filIlQ.fI'If'll and Russell lfislier receiyerl varsity footlvall letters and 'liom Gingrich was select- ed aa a meniln-r of the varsity hasketliall team. This spring found thi- soplioiimres serving at the Junior- Senior Banquet and eagrc-rly awaiting: their junior year. TAKE THEIR PLACES IN CLUBS AND ATHLETICS, Russell Fisher Franklin Fulton Tom Gingrich Patty Green Carolyn Harry Marilyn Harry Shannon Harshlmarger Willard Heiscy Mark Hershlmerger .leff Hess Eugene Hildebrand Pat Holder .loyce Hoover Dianne Howard Sam Howell Karen Iddings Richard Jackson Sally .lay Doris .lohnson Stan .Innes .l. D. Kelly Gayle Lavey Linda Lehman Dave Lieser 'EP 15' . J 3 M . wr -I S 1. " 'H UH -'. :ir 3' a R Mu . Jin, . cnsihaf' i X 1 : " Q" ' ' :inf , W I '41 X ' IO4 AND SERVE AT JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET r Sf . ,rift V4-Wa L , . M- 14,5 4. aw A 'N I . ' 1511 4, .3 -1 1 V Q.-3 , T ., E Pnoro ' : X Nor AvAuLAsLE , 2- ' 4, L , I . -17 'I 'I -' 'v , I f K YM? , A 2 I. , X at X x i Xi X . K I 'Q ION Q.-4 " 1 1 A 'S ff r 'Q -I ff f xt N , X4 x X'- Xi .wal Janice Lowry llark Lutz Diana Lylmargrer Stew Xiefluire Richard Manson Mary l.ou Miller Marilyn Null lliana Patterson Robert Patterson ,lames Penny Linda Pfeiffer Robert Pyle Mike Randolph Cary Reeher Linda Rentz Walter Renlz Nancy Replogle Michael Rich Bobby Sue Rogers Connie Ronivker SOPHOMORE CLASS OF- FICERS - Patsy Cummins, Treasurerg Karen Iddings, Secretaryg Dianne Howard, Presidentg Dave Lieser, Vice- Presidentg Russell Fisher, Sergeant-at-Armsg C h e r yl Beeman, Reporter. Owen Rose Steve Roush Glenna Rumble Leonard Sanders Jerry Schwartz Cheryl Sewell Beverly Sexauer Bonnie Shaurer Cay Simmons Betty Sowry Carolyn Sowry Karen Spears Kenneth Spitler Martha Spitler Sue Stepp Greg Stoltz Linda Strawser John Stringer Rance Tackett .lim Titcombe David Truitt Ame Vanderburg RoyxVan Dyke Barbara Wagner Marvin Wamer Nancy Wamer David Watson Jerry Webb Dave Williams Sam Wyrick I y, ,4"'f xx NO! TOO BUSY Y! vt A I it I U Q in . x xhnlllqkiwl No! Shown V za. . R 'O' ' E Q . ,gr ' h B ii? 'rtt 'E' . la PM b y , an 'Q r 'N' b " Wx , ' B , e wi lv. SOPHOMORE CLASS ADVIQERQ Mr. Bob Long Mrs. Esther Knife . K . 6- .gh NSY one 'Y 1.2 . X fx N..,ilg?,,w ., ,. J' " nl v1 SFLLING C ON1 ESSIUNS, PRESENTING JL NIUR CLASS Ul"l"lCEKS' lion licrncr, 2nd Xiu lr: ident nn llirwh, lst Yin-4--l'resicl1-nt: llairvin Ku: L un! liroi rrioi Si-crctaryg Nlr. Mlanis, ,Mlviwrg Nli Dunn Xdxier in rm-iluiii, l'm-ixoiiul Avi-oliilt-1 'llI'l'L1SllI't'l w lhompxon tori in Sue lJic-key, v1lI'CLl5UI't'I'. Y ix, , f 1. f 4 1 i-km wx- f at if fil 'J ll 4-0 h gs." , L l .i:q'..,- Q. NU VH T ' - I if ?,? K f 5' -1 fi 4 6 L 6.15 A :ks H l 's 003 L ,xi 29 Theresa Ahshire Bill Anderson Doug Baker Shirley Baker Judy liuttson Rivllurd Belclicr Ron Berner Elaine Bohsc Rogur Boohcr John Bradshaw George Brandt Roger Brooke Wayne Brooke Keith Brown Mildred Butler Carol Cain Bonnie Callicoat James Coffey Glenda Combs David Cook CLASS PLAY ENABLE JUNIURS TO K 2 A... , A, 1 Q! sf E- .1 V, fs- r " Av 3" L fn is by Q. , .-9' I f' ,. Shi-rry Cris-sum Joyce Harley Shannon Harshharger Eugc-nv HQ-isey Lynda Heitzmag Ralph Hildebrand Lynn Hirsch Bob Honeymun l'am Hood Sharon Hughes Matt Ingram Niles .lay Roy .lay Paul Johnson Bull Jones , W' SEND Jlllly fllml SUHUI1 fiuul llurlmrn Crm-Qs lizirlmru llvuhne. Allan IJ:-xtvr Sue- llivkvy lr-nnnv' Durham .lilll Fvtlvr- Lynn Ifnglv Nlyru IG'-If-r Mary l"rn-f-man llurylu lfullvr ihirule' Ualrrisun Cary Coffin:-t Churlf-s Crvvn "' 1 X pv- Qi ,X Q. lil S C SENIORS ON NHAWAIIAN CRUIQEM A1 PRONI Jerry Jones Susan Jones Sharon Kauffman David Kendall Nancy Kerr Sam Knife Earl Lam- Carol Laycock Judy Lees Sandra Long Sherman Lucous Rodney McDowell Joanne Macy Sandra Marcum Gerald Mikel Ned Mote Nick Mote Sharon More Billie Neff Theresa Newman Richard Nihizer Mike Northrup Marilyn Oakes Jim Oburn Jill Osborne .loan Patterson Sandra Peele Waller Pfeiffer Larry Ray Vickie Rhoades Jackie Rike Philip Roberts Marvin Rue Claudia Sandifer Mary Alice Seabrook Y' , ' 'r A Q., X -f is .. A 5 'Q ,4- ,L 11" . tu A B Q Y . 5 5 ir i ,,,,,f K Q 'x 3 The junior vlass of Milton-linion High School wish In cledieate this section of the 1060 ECHO to the l'YlPmury of Roll- ert lfivlcling Wvirlener who clierl very suflclenly on December 2, 1959. Holm was an exeellent Stuclvnt. active in 1-lass and extracurricular organiza- tions. anrl well likecl hy all who knew him. llc- will he long remembered for his eheerful disposition and pleasant smile. Judy See-lu-r Veronica Sewell Sharon Shaffer f Ronald Shellhammer - Tom Shuff Sherry Smith Carol Spitler Judy Spitler Sylvia Stallman Bill Stukenhorg Rowena Tasker Joy Thompson Beverly Thornburg Tom Timmins Martin Trent Kent Urmey Brenda Van Kirk Don Webb Carolyn Weikert Catherine Werling Roger Wliitaere Linda Wilt Donna Wolfe Roy Wooley Marilyn Wright ll0 if ., ' Sheryll Hart and Yogi Bear scum to lic seeing eye to 1-yo about the magazine drive-. ' u 90 EARNEST SENIORS A big day in a senior's life is ordering his senior pictures. After twcivc years of drmuning Graduation becomes a reality. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Joyce Long, Historiang Bill Lea, Reporterg Jim Baker, lst Vice-Presidentg Susan Hiller, Pre-Sidcntg Joel Vandcrburgr, 2nd Vice-Presidentg ,Inner Brewer, Sccrctaryg Jane Harshbarger, Treasurer. .L WORK HARD T 0 MAKE THE DREAMS In the fall of 1959 the Class of 1960 entered their final u'1r of school This xear had been lonf' awaited mth WYCHI anticipation rlhu were kept busw from the lJ6'lI1IllIl' with themes homework and extracurricular 8CtlVltlCS In the fall thes eonstrueted their last float and elected their l'1t Homerommfr candidate Al o in the fall thex produced their first class plax Pitk A Dill, and started their sellmff spree of ma azmes ribbon, Finallx on April 5 1960 they had earned enouvh money and left on their trip to tour W19hlIl'1lTIl D C and New York Cm This trip prox ed to be serv edu c rational and rnjox able In the sprung they attended their last meetings and dam es with the juniors tfltfflalfllllf them to the tra dltlonal banquet and prom on Aplll 29 and the Alumm to a banquet and danee on April 30 With the arrn al of their announcements, caps and frouns thex refalwed that their daxs at Wllltonlnlon were rapidlw comlnff to an end On 'Nlay 22 1960 they held their Baeealaureate seruces and on Vlaw 23 ured diplomas As they leave they will realize that memories are made of this These seniors seem to be advertising that the proof is in tht taste i U J-n JF' LL-q..l -ul' qs!! c 1 , . i fg 1 1 I A' , ' -. ,C 5 . ' ' 'Y F 5 .' A I.. I ' 5 ' K- I 1 Z' Y' ' .s ' 'P ' ,. s,' , ,. 1' .'. ' 1' V n 1 . 7 Q5 ' I ' Y 7, V u V I 1 K' v 5 Y i V - ... v . , , ' I U . 1 Y , , . . W . . . V. Y ' Q r- 1 f M - . ' f notebooks. Cards, taffy, booster bars, and candy. 1960, they walked up the aisles to receive their treas- . J, . I 5 , iv 1 1 U I - -.1 'V ' . . ,M . E! .Al B 1, V iv ,. . 5, . Y 1 . V . . - r Y A . ,, il-iff, Tig- 4, K 1. 9 " Q 1 4 .il ii I L I K .,,, J, - KATHERINE L. ARCHER Chorus 2: Drill Team I: FHA I: GAA 3. 4: Inter- scholastic Volleyball 3. 4: Intramural Bowling 3. 4. JAMES A. BAKER Boys' State Delegate 33 Class Vice-President 4: Dis- trict Scholarship Team Ig Honor Society 3, 43 ,ICOVVA 3. 4-. President 4: Science Club I. 2. 3, 43 Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team. RONALD K. BECKER District Scholarship Team 2, Hall Monitor Ig Honor Society 3. 4: Interscholastic Baseball 2. Bas'-f-'lv-ll I. Track I: ,ICOWA 3, 4: Science Club If 2, 3, 43 Senior Scholarship Team. LARRY A. BOHLENDER District Scholarship Team 2. 3: Hall Monitor I: Hon- or Society 2. 3. 4: Interscholastic Baseball 3, Basket- ball I: JCOWA 3.14, Program Director 4, Science Club I. 2. 3. 4. State Science Fair 3: Senior Class Play. Student Director: Senior Scholarship Team. BARBARA A. BOSTON District Scholarship Team 2, 3, Entered 2, Honor Society 3, 4g Senior Scholarship Team, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4. OF THE TRIP AND GRADUATION JOHN E. BREIDENBACH District Scholarship Team 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 43 ,ICOWA 2, 3, 4, .ICRA member 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Senior Scholarship Team. JANE M. BREWER Class Secretary 4: Drill Team I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4: GAA I, 2. 3, 4, Representative 3, Interscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bowling 3, 43 Library Staff Ig Senior Class Play, Senior Scholar- ship Team, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Q 1 1135 ROLLIE s. BREWER 5, 1 Chorus 4, District Scholarship Team 1, Hall Monitor Ig Interscholastic Track 1, Manager lg Science Club 1, 2. DWAINE L. BRIGHT Chorus I, Inclustrial Arts Club 1, 2, Interscholastic Baseball I. SHARON BRIGHT Chorus 3, Al, FBLA 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, County Queen 2. Reporter 2. lst Vice-President 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. BARRY L. BROWN FFA I, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4, Interscholastic Basebal I, Basketball 2. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY D. CLARK Entered 4. NADEAN S. COATE FTA I. 2, 3, 4, Chaplai 1, Honor Society 3, 4: Senior Class Play, Senior Scholarship Team, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. President 4. COME TRUE. PRESENTING Chorus 4, District Scholarship Tri-Hi-Y 4. l n 3, Secretary 4, Hall Monitor CLASS PLAY, CYNTHIA L. COLLINS Team 1, 4, Drill Team 4, FHA 1, 2, Historian 1, Honor Society 3, 4, Office Work 2, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team, CYNTHIA K. CRESS Annual Staff 4, Bulldog Bark Staff 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Drill Team I, 2, FTA 1, 4, GAA 1. 2, 3. 4. Board Member 4, lnterscholastic Volleyball 1, 2, Ref- eree 3, 4, Intramural Bowling 3, 4, Library'Staff 1, 3, Senior Class Play, Senior Scholarship Team, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Honor Society 4. JOYCE A. CROLEY Entered 4, Chorus 4. II3 I 136' may is vt Nl 'fue ' -gru- rw fi SALLY E. CURTIS Chorus I: Office Work -1-. P. MICHAEL CYVI BALA District Scholarship Team 1, 2, lg Science Club I. 2, 3. el: Senior Scholarship Team. CONNIE I.. DEETER Office Work 2, 3, Alt: Senior Scholarship Team. L. KATHRYN DENNIS Bulldog Bark Staff 35 Chorus lg FBLA I. 2, 3, Rep- resentative 2. Secretary 3: FHA l: Hall Monitor 23 Office Vvork 2. GREG K. DITMER lnterscholastic Football 1, 2, 3g Library Staff 2, 4. PARTICIPATING IN ATHLETICS, Chorus 1, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4-g FBLA Ig Hall Monitor Ig Office Work I, 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Play. DONNA M. DOLES L. KAY DITNIER FHA 1, 2, Historian 2g FTA 4: Office Work 2. JAMES E. DONOHOO FFA i, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY J. EASTRIDCE FBLA 1: FHA 1. 2. rl. Cheerchairman 2, County Officer 4. CAROL A. EHLERS Annual Staff 2. rl: Class Treasurer 23 District Scholar- ship Team l. 2, 3, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, -lr, Co-Captain 3. -l: Hall Monitor lg Honor Society 2, 3, -lg Senior Scholarship Team: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, -1. RONALD E. ELLEMAN Interscholastic Track 1. 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4-3 Senior Scholarship Team. JAMES M. ELLIOTT Interscholastic Basketball 1. Track 1. JOANNE C. FETTERS GAA 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitor 1, 2, 3, Interscholastic Basketball 1, 2: Library Staff 1, 23 Senior Scholar- ship Teamg Student Council 1, 2. HEADING SCHOOL CLUBS, STUDYING, sir CAROLYN S. FURLONG Band 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Hall Monitor 1, Pep Band 4, Science Club 3, 43 Senior Scholarship Team. LELAND E. GARBER FFA 1, 2, 35 ,ICOWA 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas urer 4, Senior Scholarship Team. .TOY I. GIBBONEY Chorus 4. 6. E. JANE HARSHBARGER Class Treasurer 3, 4, FTA 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Secretary 3, President 4,,Honor Society 3, 4, In- terscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bowling 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team. SHERYLL K. HART Bulldog Bark Staff 3, Chorus 1, 4, Class Reporter 2, FBLA 3, 4, Representative 3, President 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 1, Interscholastic Basketball 2, 4, ' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bowling 3, 4, Li brary Staff 2, Office Work 2, 3, 4, Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4. PAUL T. HERSHBERCER Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. J O ANN GINCRICH Bulldog Bark Staff 3, Co-Editor 3, Cheerleader 4, Class Reporter 3, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, Treasurer 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Homecoming Attendant 2, Queen 4, Inter- scholastic Basketball 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Intramural Bowling 3, 4, Library Staff 1, Office Work 4, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. THOMAS R. GRAY Band 1, 2, Chorus 4, Hall Monitor 1, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Interscholastic Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2. Manager 1, ,ICOWA , Library Staff 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity M 3, 4. Treasurer 4. 4, 4 JESSE P. HAINES Chorus 3, Class Vice-President 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitor 2, Hi-Y 4, Interscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Sen- ior Scholarship Team, Varsity M 3, 4, Honor Society 4. SANDRA L. HARRY FHA 1, 2, 3, Office Work 2, 4. SHARON L. HARTLEY Chorus 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Hall Monitor 1, Tri-Hi-Y 4. PREPARIN G FOR COLLEGE, WILLIAM W. HOLMES Chorus I: FFA I: Hall Monitor I. 2. 3: Hi-Y 2. 3: Interscholastic Football 3. Track 2: JCOWA 4: Li brary Staff 3: Science Club -I-: Senior Scholarship Team: Student Council 3. JOHN C. HOSBRUOK FFA I. 2. 3. 1. SCOTT D. JAY Hand I. 2: Chorus -l-Q Hall Monitor I, 2: Interscholas- tic Basketball 2. 3. Football I. 2. 3, 4. Track 2: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team: Varsity M 3. 4 GLEN R. KENDALI. FFA 1. 2. 3. 4: Interscholastic Football 2, 3. SUSAN Bulldog Bark Staff 3: DAR Test 4: District Scholar- ship Team I. 3: Dramatics Club I, 2, 3. 4: Drill Team 2, 3: FTA 1: CAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' State 3: Honor Society 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 4: Interscholastic Vol- leyball 2. 3. 4: Intramural Bowling 3, 4: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship 3, -I-: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4, General Fund Treasurer 4. EARNING MONEY, PREPARING FOR BARBARA E. Scholarship Team: Tri-Hi-Y 4. .X E. KERR Team: Student Council I, 2. KESTER Band 1: Chorus 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: FHA 1, Historian I: FTA 1: GAA 3, 4, Representative 4: Intramural Bowling 3, 4: Senior Class Play: Senior DAVID W. KINGREY District Scholarship Team 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Reporter 4: Honor Society 2. 3, 4: Interscholastic Baseball 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1: Senior Scholarship Team: Stu- dent Council 4: Varsity M 4. WILLIAM F. LEA Band 1, 2. 3. 4. Student Director 4: Chorus 4. Presi- dent 4: Class Reporter 4: Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4: Library Staff 2: Pep Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team: Winner of Local 2. 4, County 2, 4, District 4, and alternate in Semi-Finals of Prince of Peace Declamation Contest 4. JOYCE A. LONG Annual Staff 3. -1. Editor 4: Class Secretary 1. 2. 3. Historian l: Dramalics Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Reporter 2, Treasurer 3: Drill Team 3: Honor Societv 2. 3, 4. Secretary -l: Homecoming Attendant 1. 3: Office Work 3: Senior Class Play. Student Director: Senior Scholarship Team: Student Council -1. Treasurer 4. STANLEY F. MACEI. Hi-Y 3. -I: lnterscholastic Football 1. 2. 3: Science Cluh 3. LINDA Vl. MANSON Band 2: Chorus 1: FHA 3: Library Staff 4. ANN 1.. MARKLAND Band 1. 2. 3. 4: FTA 4: Pep Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Senior Scholarship Team. E . STEVEN P. NIICHAELS Chorus 1. 2: Interscholastic Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- b 1 2. 3. 4. Track 1. 3. 4: Varsity lVl 3, 4. SENIOR ASSEMBLY ARE ONLY A SUSAN D. MILLER Bulldog Bark Staff 3: Class President 1, 2, 3, 4: DAR Test -I: District Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama- tics Club 1, 2. 4: FTA 1: CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Represen- tative 2: Girls' State 3: Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Presi- dent 4: Homecoming Attendant 4: Interscholastic Basketball 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Bowl- ing 3, 4: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team: Student Council 2, 4. Secretary 2, 4: Sweetheart Hop Attendant 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN E. NIINNICH Band 1: Chorus 4. Secretary 4: Drill Team 3, 4: FHA 1: GAA 1: Office Work 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4. PRESTON P. MOTE Band 1. 2: FFA 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. R. PATRICK MOTE Industrial Arts Club I: Interscholastic Baseball 2. Football 3. Manager 2: Senior Scholarship Team. ALLEN L. NETZLEY Class Treasurer lg District Scholarship Team 4, Hall Monitor 2. 3: Honor Society 2. 3. -lg Interscholastic Baseball 2, 3. il. Basketball I, 2. 3. -li, Co-Captain 4, Football I, 2. 3. 4. CofCaptain 4. Track 2. 3. 4, Senior Scholarship Team: Varsity NI 2. 3. Al-. Treasurer 3. President 4. FRANCIS B. NORTHRUP IV Chorus -lg District Scholarship Team I. 2.. 3. 4: Hall Monitor I: Hi-Y 3. 4: Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Inter- scholastic Football I3 Library Staff Ig Science Club I. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer I, 2. SQ.-at-Arms President 4g Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team. TEDDY V. OAKS Industrial Arts Club I: Interscholastic Basketball 2. 3. Football I. 2. 3. 4. Co-Captain 4. Track 2. 3. Varsity M 3. 4. GARY D. PIERCE Chorus 4, FFA I. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. FEW OF THE SENIORS' NEVER LINDA A. RATHFON District Scholarshi Team I. 2 3 4' GAA I. 2. 3 4, p . 9 9 9 , ' 9 Honor Society 2. 3. 4. Interscholastic Basketball 2 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Bowling 3, 4, Major ette 1. 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette 4, Senior Scholar ship Team, Sweetheart Hop Attendant 2, 3, Queen 4 G33 SARA L. OYER Annual Staff 3: Chorus 3: Dramatics Club 3g FHA 1, 2, GAA 2, Interscholastic Basketball 2, Office Work 4, Senior Class Play. CYNTHIA S. RIKE Chorus Ig Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3. 43 FBLA lg FHA 2: Office Work 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4, Historian 4. CONNIE K. ROGERS FHA I. 2. 3. -L Parliamentarian 2. Historian 3, Presi- dent -l-: FTA l. MARY ANN N. ROUSH Cheerleader 2: Chorus -1: Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3. Al: FBLA 1. 2: FHA l. 2: CAA 1. 2: Interscholastic Basketball 2. Volleyball 1. 2: Library Staff 1. Al: Senior Class Play. IUDITH A. SHERMAN Annual Staff -lg Chorus 1, 4: FBLA 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, -L: Hall Monitor 2: Interscholastic Basketball 2, flf, Volleyball 1. 2. 3, -1: Intramural Bowling 3. -.11 Office Work 3. L: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. -l. MARY ANN SIMMONS Drill Tearn 3. -I: FHA 1, 2, Secretary 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4. BONNIE SMITH Chorus 1, 29 Office Work -l.. JAMES D. SMITH Hi-Y 2. 3: lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2. 3, Foot- ball 3, Track 1. 2. Cros Senior Scholarship Tea JANET E. SMITH Bulldog Bark Staff 3: Chorus 3: Dramatics Club 3: CAA 1. 2. 3. 4: Interscholastic Basketball 2. Volley- ball 1, 2, 3. 4: -Intramural Bowling 3, 4: Majorette 3. -lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, bl. JUDY A. SOTZING Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 41: Office Work 4-g Pep Band 11. ENDING ACTIVITIES. FINAL EXAMS, s Country 2, Senior Class Play: m. CONNIE S. STOCKSLAGER FHA l. 2: CAA 1. 2: Office Work -lg Student Council l. B. DOUGLAS STONER District Scholarship Team 2: lnterscholastic Basket- ball l. 2. 3. -l. Baseball 2. 3. -1: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team. NANCY D. STBAVVSEH GAA l. 2. 3. l: lntersr-holastic Basketball 2. Volley- ball l. 2. 3. -14: Intramural Bowling 3. Ali: Library Staff 2. 3. -l-1 Office Wfmrk l: Senior Scholarship Team. Honor Society el-. SANDRA I.. SWIGART FHA 1. 2. 3. Al. Countv Officer 2: CAA 1. 3. -li lnter- scholastic Basketball 1. Volleyball 1. 3. 4: Intramural Bowling 3. el: Senior Scholarship Team. L . KAREN L. SWISHER Fall Fair Queen 4: FBLA 4: FHA 1. 2. 3, 4: FTA 2 CAA 2, 3: Office Work 4. SENIOR ASSEMBLY AND PICNIC CONNIE S. THOMPSON Band 1: District Scholarship Team 2, 3. 4: Drill Team 2. 3. -lg CAA 1. 2. 3. 4: lnterscholastic Basketball 2. Volleyball 1. 2, 3. 4: Intramural Bowling 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 2, 3. 1. if 122' BARBARA A. TINNERMAN Annual Staff 3. 4. Business Manager 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Dramatics Club 2. 3. 4: FBLA 1: FHA 1: Office Work 1, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3. JOEL A. VANDERBURG Band 2, 3: Chorus 3. 4: Class Vice-President 4: Hall Monitor 2: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4: lnterscholastic Football 2. Track 2. 3. 4, Manager 1. Cross Country 3, 4: Pep Band 2. 3: Senior Class Play: Senior Scholarship Team: Student Council 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3. President 4. 'FY 'rnoms I.. vom Gy 'V' 1, llall Xlonitor 3: Senior Sc 1 hip 1 ur I.ow1+:l,I. J. xx ADF 5 Chorus l: llraniatir-s Club ll: II X l 2 5 I Pu I wi rlent l: l"'l':X l: JCOWYA 3. l: lillll ux Sllffl Sf unu Club el. TONI E. Xvrxfjxlbll Hall Nlonitor 2. 3: Industrial Xrt Club Z n 2. Senior Scholarship Team. wi if-suv' N-.J s JOY W. WHEELOCK Drill Team 3: GAA I. 2. 3, -lg Interscholastic Basket- ball 2. 3, Volleyball I, 2, 3, ig Intramural Bowling 3, Al: Office Wfwrk Al. BACCALAUREATE AND COMMENCEMENT KARL K. WILLIAMS Hall Monitor 2g Interscholastic Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I. 2. 3. -1, Football 2, 3, Manager I. Track 2: Senior Scholarship Teamg Varsity M 3, 4. DONALD R. VVOLFE Entered 4, ,ICOWA 4. CAROLYN S. WRIGHT FHA 1. svholastif- Football 2. 3. -l-. 'llrr 3 IlIDI'lI'Y '1 CAROL A. WFRI IING Banfl I: FBLA lg FHA I GAA I JIM E. YATES 'ks PAT iz. zrzluzlas Library Staff 3. NIR. DALE CUMMINS Librarian il T! Senior Class Adviser MRS. VIILDRICD WARNER Science Teacher Senior Class Adviser CLIMAX THEIR DAYS AT MILTON-UNION The Graduating Class of 1960. 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