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

 - Class of 1965

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In spite of zero weather more than 5,000 citizens lined theparade route through West Milton and another 4 fx 't ...E 2,000 were on hand to greet Bob, his wife Sharon, his parents Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schul, Ohio Gov. james Rhodes and many other dignitaries at a rally and special program held at the Milton-Union stadium on Nov. 29. On january 27, the student body had its chance to pay tribute to the Olympic winner and gave Bob a five minute standing ovation at the assembly held in his honor. We are very proud to claim Bob as an alumnus and as a great inspiration to the students of Milton-Union schools. 1 Mary Ann Jones and Linda Brane prepare posters for an upcoming basketball game. ff' O 0 p , 6064 -' The morning arrival of the students makes I1 familiar picture. The varsity cheerleaders lead the stu dent body. in voicing their encourage- ., , I ' r , , , .,,,,g,. ,.-Vr-:ab V' i Shogi H U5 qi ment to the team at one of the pep assemblies. 5? L Pc f 9 , Nmlfaa. , . l , - ' 9 S , 1, ,,.Wwfm5fsa. 2 V 4622245225145 5 l Joyce Brandt consults Mr. Williams about a problem concerning her school Work. l l i l 4 F The Varsity cheerleaders await the end of an exciting play at the Tipp City football game n iw rm, in is ' X my X 7 For each of us, life has many pleasurable moments. We all Wish that certain happenings and moments would last forever. The excitement of the athletic events, the joy in winning, the pride in a good grade or a new ring, the good times with friends and classmates. All these things should be cherished and kept against the inevitable day when more im- portant tasks and responsibilities replace the naivete of youth. This, then, is the purpose of this book. If we have recorded herein just one precious moment of the past year for .each student of Milton-Union, our goal-will have been realized beyond our fondest hopes. Administration and Faculty 65 344-zdafi ' 1- fit' 1 M111 iii 4 LEFT TO RIGHT: David Huffaker, Miles Mote, Byron Stoner, Ivan Seman, Mr. Osborne, Richard Shower, and Richard Steiner. P.T.A. coordinates uarents and teachers. Guidance Counselor advises students on their school OFFICERS: Mrs. Rich- ard Penny, Asst. Treas- urerg Mr. J. A. Wil- liams, Principalg .Mrs. Wiln1a Hartley, Secre- taryg Mr. R. W. Holmes, Presidentg Mrs. I.eMar Rissingerg Mrs. Wilma Johnston, Vice-Presidentg Mrs, Eileen Day, Treas- urer. I2 MR. j. DALE KYSER Manchester College, B.E Miami University, M.E. Ohio University rf' ffl fi ' ' 2 iffsiff ' ' ' , , if H ..,,s.. E fig, SQ 'a iq A,'L ii . 2. Z. 0450406 5 ' af Schuh As superintendent of schools, Mr. Osborne has the responsibility of directing the administration of all the Milton-Union schools. Before becoming superintendent, Mr. Osborne served as science teacher, athletic director, and principal. He received his B.A. from Wilmington College and M.A. from Miami University. He has done graduate work at the University of Cincinnati. E ' ii ai fi: ,J MRS. THELMA HITTLE ,sw Secretary to the Principal ,f EW W 11: T' Z at if 6, ' W ig lg 565365 are mi i Q is 5' 'X calf Lp MRS. EDITH FOLKER Secretary to the Superintendent ,y. A 70' ' mga scalar Fuuagead Mr. Williams, the high school principal, is directly responsible for the harmonious functioning of our school and faculty. Along with this he also finds time to advise the Student Council and the National Honor So- ciety. Although he is a very busy man, the students find him always willing to give a helping hand when the going gets rough. Fei? Cl ima MR. DEAN STITZ MISS MARGARET SEIBERT MR, DAVID FOX Instrumental Music Vocal Music Art 01110 State, B-S-, M.A. Bob jones University, B.S. Illinois State Normal U. University, B.S. 77Z,Zt.W,S. geafw ide l 0 U 5 5 4 a 4 3 Milton-Union High School's fine staff of teachers and ad- ministrators spend a good many hours trying to prepare us, the Roger Coate, Mary Fulton, Pat Hoffman, Tom Kessler, and Debbie Imperial are enjoying art class. I4 students, for a full adult life. Under the excellent supervision of Mr. Williams, the Principal, they labor under sometimes ad- verse conditions to fulfill their responsibilities. Lecturing to their classes, preparing and administering tests, and keeping up with the latest teaching developments occupy most of their time. In addition to their regular duties many teachers also act as coaches for the various athletic teams or advisors for Milton- Union's clubs and extra-curricular activities. Miss Margaret Seibert instructs the high school chorus. Mrs. Joan Gibson demonstrates the mimeograph machine to her office practice students. MRS. LUCILLE PHILLIPS MRS. JOAN GIBSON Bus. Math and Bus. Eng. Typing and Office Practice Shorthand and Bookkeeping Davis 8: Elkins College, B.S. Ball State Teachers, West Virginia University Mrs. Phillips presents a new phase of bookkeeping to her class. 1 1' 2 MR. JAN THOMPSON Driver Education Manchester College, B.S. Uffow W ' O I cuba' Mr. Jan Thompson shows Torn Carroll the location of the spare tire as Tom Kessler and Rita Shelley look on. O ek MRS. ESTHER KNIFE English Ohio State University, B.S. MRS. KATHERINE SCI-IUL English Wittenberg University, A.B. University of Dayton Miami University MR. KEITH XWEIDNER Speech Dean of Students Bowling Green University, B.S MRS. MARJORIE JAY English General Business Miami University, B.S. MRS. BEVERLY ECKSTROM English State University of New York Teachers College, B.S. MRS. MADGE FOX English Ripon College, A.B. Purdue University Mr Albert Herath watches the progress of his sophomore run j 1, ITYYLJVWIT-Yi""'P' L-sr One of Mrs. Beverly Eckstrom's eighth grade students needs attention. NIR. ALBERT HERATH Latin and English Capital University, A.B. Geo. Wasl1ington, M.A. MRS. KATHLEEN GEETING Spanish Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B war 7 Agn? E5 Y? ' H 3 Ss" Lx X. f 1 .gs- tli z -w . kai-,A M inn.--I I 4 ,, ,mf . FH x A , N , V . 2 1 A 3' .2 ' I ff, w wgwf 'ssiiefgw I ??3'f J - ,, .r Pffv w .g . 'fig In a 35, 3339? ' fm, we .Masses , ,Q ik :.. :f-MW f W K w , l, M, 1 i , 1 X A 3'-' 'Sv ' A 1 . .1 L 'K Y J F 2 - U ' 2.7 - . gag N 1 , K M V ..- "' ' V' iq ,, 0 by ll . X' ' x mm M ,5,pfg,g I , 5' 'L " A' F 'Q , 1 ' gr . ' 1' . ' 7- ' L -1 ei -. V - ' ' 5 ffasi ...gif-gf fzfi- ,gm . if ,ff rj, 'e , lv. 4 EEST' :FIV ,,-a. x Q i?g.Lf22?mgg.Y if 1 '-.sz Q, f 6 E, Li if ' '- - 4 we. Q4 ,-M M.. QEI L nga W 1 xi nas - is V.. .lr- MRS. THEODORE HALL MISS MARY ELLEN KLINE Home Economics Home Economics' Family Living Miami University,'B.S. MISS JANE SHANCK Manchester College, ,B.S. Librarian Miami University Manchester College B S Ball State Teachers Miami University Bowling Green University 'Mew 7 . , 7 , and MR. WILLIAM GINN Physical Education University of Dayton, B.S. Miami University MRS. NELLIE WAYMIRE Physical Education Wittenberg University, B.S. The Home Ec. girls learn the intricacies of sewing i . of If MR. FRED BITTLE MRS. SUE COATE NLR. PHILLIP URICK Science and Physics Science and Chemistry Science and Phys. Science Miami University, B.S. Miami University, B.S. Ohio Wesleyan Bowling Green University, M.E. Ohio State University, B.S. I I Q 7 ue 60 1 S 1 Tom Frantz'says to Dennis Hile, "We have 30 seconds to get out of here before this chemistry class goes sky-high." MRS. MILDRED WARNER MR. HERBERT IANNONE MR. EDWARD LENDENSKI Science Biology and Health Health Miami University, B.S. W. Liberty State, A.B. Clarion State, B.S. U. of Pittsburgh, B.E. Marshall University, M.A. M seem new 93: 2 E was '39 Ji? P23519 Nr ft' MR. RAY DILEY MR. H. W. STALEY MR. ROBERT ARNOLD Vocational Agriculture Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing Ohio Stale U-, B-S., M-A- Cumberland U., B.S. U. of Cincinnati, B.S. Ohio Northern U. Ohio University v r' J U ,. . 7 lT6 P- t .. 1'-. .l 'Xa 7,41-1 mill "- it x 1 dv- -ff . ..-.J Mr. Ray Diley gives some advice to David Welshumer and Virgil Studebaker who are student teachers from Ohio State University. .ilk John Shellhas applies glue to his shop project. Mr. H. W. Staley instructs Doug Minkner on the proper use of a metal lathe. 2l ai , Q2 J. uw, Q, Jr- 'NX sf- ffm" M. ww ,mm ,QQ A .. mx.. , 1, www, 1' ' . "'?f33"9' Q,5,v.1 fi af .. if -,vgl--1 z Z T" lu -J nf M' 'H y-- X , 'W-F' mm W xlfiffw , - V 1 52 Z 'ffiigi WLS" L- 6 X, if w f v V ' ,ga QR, , A H 21 MR. JACK ADAMS Social Studies U. of Dayton, A.B. Miami University MR. LESTER WHITEFIELD MR. LAWRENCE WILLMANN Social Studies Social -Studies Manchester, B.S. Bowling Green, B.S. fndiana University, M.S. ' Weep S ' um 'ii F7441 ... ,h A ..i.- N l Mr. Lester Whitefield shows his eighth grade history class the location of the Roman Empire. Mr. Jack Adams acts as mediator for a panel discussion in his sophomore Mr. Lawrence Willmann gives individual help in his World History class, Ohio History class. 23 . er- 1' lf ""'T9lr 'fait CAFETERIA WORKERS: Left to Right: Miriam Harry, Edna Rose, Mary Oburn, Dola Hall, Vinny Macy, Treva Ehlers, Laverne Koogler, Opal Heisey, Ruth Hurley, Ester Swisher, Gladys Hissong, Almz1NetzIey. 1 CASHIERS: Irene Oburn and Betty Sparks. Our cooks are kept busy every school day pre- paring all the food consumed by Milton's stu- dents and faculty. They also volunteer to prepare the food for banquets and other events sored by local groups. 24 SPOH- - fr 70046024 ewe 7200 S oz Dag 'The cafeteria staff try their own nourishment prior to taking charge of the feeding of M-U's students, ii z my W , 45,51 ww Hg?-35 SCH.0 i ' ' 5 " "" -- "' Zff' 1' - ' . ,A V. - -, , , ., .- 49 , ,. . . ..-,,.' - ,Ju L - - , -...g,:- dm, STANDING: Kenny Furlong, Fred Hall, jim Hughes, Everett Null, Lester Hall, Franklin Baker, John Caddy. KNEELING: Carris Fasick, Leonard Fetters, Bob Fellers, Ken Kauffman, joe Reece, Lee Hissong. NOT PICTURED: Lowell Wade, Majorie Albaugh. 'EMD' 7 S ' Our bus drivers bear well the responsibility of ferrying their precious charges to and from school each day. They also transport the various athletic teams to the location of their away games and provide the transportation for many field trips. Um I 74 We!! Z' 57 ,466 Mr. Boyd Baker, our head custodian, has gained a reputation for his easy going, friendly manner with the students and faculty. I-Ie is always ready to lend a helping hand to any- one who needs assistance. His duties include not only regular school maintenance but cleaning up after ball games and special school functions. MR. BOYD BAKER Custodian fx f kiwi: 152' Wm.. Mm' 1 :ami xx ww , C . in B "Saws-'B . . OI 1 NYG 'I - :M i - 2255 me . ,m.L ,WY - 1-M BW 525iilfvgmifi-QBf'f? Wi? .-N. '1"" " mf' f erm-12sfa?. L. - 5:9 Wm, ,ggi gay.. L , - . ,. vi, ,W Q.-ff - VJ: 'taxa' -12' . mga, 4 H ,NW ::' V-V' A ' 'Will' .,.,- -Eisvl '-,-Qfma Qmikgiggikasiv' yfufwfgibir 'sszmk ffilgmiz -.-Mrgiessf ff Y ,, W 4 www M " fum ' 1 :gm 1 ,W K,f. Z 1.21. Wm 'eb ' In the fall the Student Council spon- sored a mock presidential election. The results were remarkably representative of the actual election. Under the direction of Mr. A. Wil- liams and Mr. Keith Weidner, the Council also went about it's regular ac- tivities. They maintained the grounds to give the best possible appearance to visitors, kept the student body informed on school activities by means of the bulletin boards, and were the force behind the United Fund Drive in our school. In May the Student Council held its second campaign and election of officers. We can proudly say that Milton- Union's Student Council works for the best interests of the student body. FB' OFFICERS: Alan Casey, Presidentg Melody Stowe, Secretary, Kathy Netzley, Vice- Presidentg Mike Watson, Reporter, Phil Wagar, Treasurer. Mr. J. A. Williams and Mr. Keith Weidner, Advisors. Alan Casey ponders a point while presiding over a Student Council meet- ing. FIRST ROW: Carolyn Morter, Jovita Dick, Peggy Hoover, Becky I-Iile, Anita Hess. SECOND ROW: Hope Elicker, Shirley Hamlet, Melanie Coate, Linda Lightner, Linda Mote. THIRD ROW: Mike Kelly, Bob Sarver, Scott Ream, Russ Hittle, Chris Geist. 4' . Juniors Allen Smith and Sherry Seman crown Dianne Harrington queen and Mike Stoltz king of the prom. "Bon Voyage" was the theme chosen by the juniors for the junior- Senior Banquet and Prom held on May 8, 1965. The banquet was held in the cafeteria and was served by the sophomores who were appropriately dressed as sailors. The Baliso Singers from Piqua, Ohio, furnished the entertainment. Following the banquet, many students, faculty, and guests proceeded to the gym to enjoy an evening of dancing to the Barney Uhle Orchestra from Cincinnati, Ohio. A nautical display of a towerhouse, a sailboat in sparkling water, fishnets and streamers helped to carry out the theme. Clirnaxing the evening was the crowning of the king, Mike Stoltz, and queen, Diane Harrington. They received many lovely gifts con- tributed by the local merchants. To the juniors this was their biggest project of the year, and now they can relax with the satisfaction of a job well done. To many seniors it will be their last prom and one of the most cherished events of their school life. Faculty and students take time out from dancing to mingle. 'r Seniors enjoy conversation with juniors between dances at the prom. Barb Hughes, Faithe Haines, and Barb Nartker serve punch to sophomore couple Jim Brandt and Carolyn Morter, 29 7? l?64 - -3 fi 1 2 as 5.2 ilu' 5 sg li tv , , 'X , . a-2 Qwwigiig .E -sg ' Q . - . in 2' ' lr- la. f- l ' 2 -' gif.-1 ' L' - f .,. , '- .1 ,..., I L5 3 is .14 ILQ, Iilifrlr ,J I s jg. ml. 23 lf JIM, vq.' y ...wh -E-JF , . f., 15 ug: w 'fgeigi lu.-" 'lm' l sw , ff? tcm. at "gg wat MARY ANN JONES Homecoming Queen The night of October 16 was clear and crisp. The weather factor seemed to add to the electrifying atmos- phere of Homecoming. The student body and returning alumni eagerly awaited the crowning of the queen and the announcement of the prize winning floats. Finally the waiting ended and Mary Ann Jones was crowned queen. At halftime the floats were judged. The sopho- more float won first prize with the theme of "Bury 'Em" and the juniors were second with "Expecting a Victory." 30 An enormous amount of work plus a myriad of imagi- native ideas went into the making of this year's floats. Much work was also done in this year's campaigning. First came the campaigns for nominations then for queen candidates. Each candidate had a campaign group tc spearhead her drive. Homecoming was a success even though the Bulldogs went down to a 22-0 defeat at the hands of the North- mont Thunderbolts. 3 JOY MINNICH Freshman EJ LINDA BRANE KAREN HAMILTON Sophomore Junior 'sap LINDA FRITZ CHARLENE POTTS Senior Senior LEFT TO RIGHT: Joy Minnich, Linda Brane, Karen Hamilton, Queen Mary Ann Jones, Linda Fritz, Charlene Potts " N. .m: I ,- H ll M.. J vm. .. Hwial- he . .Imam ,..wAQ,.,f.-.namwzmwfnsez .mm,..u::. i 1st ROW: Candy Ballinger, Elizabeth Bingle, Bonnie Enochs, Judy Helstern, jerry Schlienitz, Saundy Frady, Donna Driver, Chris Geist. 2nd ROW: Brenda Sowry, Vicki Sollenberger, Vicki Truitt, Marsha Morris, Sona Beard, Mark Vagades, Bernadette Miller, Vaughn O'burn, Marilyn Brewer, Trudy Jacobson, Eddie Cassell, Greg Jay, David Engle, Steve Pressel, David Bach. 3rd ROW: Kathy Leiser, jovita Dick, Sherry Seaman, Carol Drees, Pam Doles, Sharon Hinkle, Melissa Netzley, Patty Brame, Debbie Hangen, Don Ross, Anita Hess, Josette Minkner, Linda Wiant, Bunny Elleman, Peg Poling, john Hoover, Sue Stickel, Peggy Swank, Larry Cain, Pam Patterson, Bonnie Small, Karen O'Dell, Brenda Albaugh. STAND- ING: Brent Steiner, Christy Shaurer, john Dickson, Charles Newman. em2w?mwl?7e1fafzm4 :de em MR. DEAN STITZ Director 32 The first appearance of the year for the band, with its new members, was at the Fireman's Conven- tion in Union City in june Where they placed third in competition. During the summer the band also participated in the local 4th of July festivities, the Miami County Fair, and band camp to practice their half-time shows for the football season. The band performed at all of our football games as well as various programs and assemblies. In ad- dition to their performances at our school, they also presented concerts at surrounding schools. Salad? ' ' gandwkm- The Milton-Union High School band practices for a footballshow. Majorettes, Drill Team, and the Band practice formations during their regular Thursday night practice session. Kew H50 S4aw7 ' Head majorette, Kathy Netzley, twirls a fire baton during the halftime show at Homecoming. 33 if? -1:6 79-E E ,, K... fn L ll' 'vb x . fl ,-4 iw .it -'HE .44 .3 AK 39: , ,V 1 K ,qw wing a 4 - -gr sh'-L 1 ,D I E Y, ,VX Q - . "3 4 1 ' A KT N : 11 .w g , Q: A 2, a. ,wx I Kr 1 315 K , y mi, W ww 1 Io 3 , ,X K I Y, 9 'Si-f. us Du!! mm l4dfdf4 The Drill Team is composed of 20 girls selected from the upper four grades by Mr. Williams, Mr. Stitz, and the graduating co-captains. The Drill Team, under the direction of Lynn Hamler and Linda Hart, marched at football and basketball games. They practiced every day during football season 794 24014 Vaapaw saawes H The members of the pep band are selected by Mr. Stitz on the basis of 5: ability. This year the student director was Dexter Manning. The pep band participated in various , assemblies and played at all of the home basketball games. They contrib- X uted greatly to the school spirit throughout football and basketball sea- sons. Zo and put in long hours during the summer practicing for the parades and Fireman's Convention. The Drill Team also worked to earn money for their new uniforms. These new uniforms coupled with the fine execution of their drills added considerable color to the band. DRILL TEAM: Linda Cripe, Karen Fetters, Linda Hemmerich, Peggy Hoover, Vicki Sparks, Pat Minkner, Pam Brill, Linda Shade Lynne Casey, Bev Smith, Sandy Murphy, Kathy Ingram, Karen Stickel, Bev Hemmerick, Dianne Harrington, Angela Rogers, Priscilla Sarver, Karen Hamilton. 35 FIRST ROW: Linda Brane, Linda Pritchard, Teresa Pyle, Caro- lyn Morter, Debbie Manning, Elizabeth Bingle, Doug Hoff, Mike Younce, Steve Shelley, Glenn Heisey, Joy Minnich, Terry Hinkle, Becky I-Iile, Miss Seibert. SECOND ROW: Trudy Jacobson, Angela Rogers, Priscilla Sarver, Sandy Bowser, Mary- anna Dayhoff, Steve Stine, Doug Minkner, Toni Hughes, Galen Brewer, Linda Lightner, Reva Baker, Charlene Hirby. THIRD ROW: Barbara Hughes, Janis McKenzie, Carolyn Webster, Judy Caddy, Diane Shade, Eddie Deaton, Galen Spitler, Jon Reece, David Baker, Patti Mote, Nancy Deaton, Sara Duebner. FOURTH ROW: Judy Helstern, Pam Patterson, Barbara Nartker, Patsy McKee, Denver Crowell, Larry Dehus, Jim McCray, Richard Baker, Ken Beverly, Vicki Dohner, Sharon Harley, Becky Iddings, evade ' 'f0f44460tgf564 Miss Seibert, currently in her second year at Milton-Union, has done an out- standing job of molding the High School Chorus into a well organized singing group. She has succeeded in transforming a once ignored group into an organization of which the stu- dents are proud to be a part. Their first endeavor of the year was the Hootenanny in the fall. Highlights of the Hootenanny were various en- sembles. Very stimulating programs were pre- sented at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. CHORUS OFFICERS: Trudy Jacobson, Pianist: Priscilla Sarver, Treasurer, Joy Minnich, Librarian, Sara Duebner, Librarian. STANDING: Denver Crowell, President: Judy Helstern, Pianist: Vicki Dohner, Secretary, Larry Dehus, Vice-President. 3 6 chorus had two very successful programs this year the Hoote 4 n - Senior chorus has a dress rehearsal for the Christmas program The junior High Chorus is made up exclusively of 7th and Sth grade students. This level serves as a "proving ground" for Miss Seibert where she can tell which students have the greatest amount of potential. This year the underclassmen participated in several programs, one of which was the Hootenanny. 37 l l encbfa 79547 SEATED: Angela Rogers, Janice Morter, Karen Stickel, Mary Stowe, David Cox, Linda Hart, Alan Casey, Lmcla Fritz Larry Ann jones, Joe Smith, Marilyn Webster, Priscilla Sarver, Mary- Dehus, Janice Pyle, Don Ross, Dianne Harrington Steve Ellis anna Dayhoff, Sally Kessler. STANDING: Don Kessler, Melody Lynn Hamler. Mr.. F ,M .. ,M .Nlnllw wfiw ll i H' f , Ii. , ,V -, in fw.w 1 A 3535 " :tx mwwu 4 M, "vac 2 ' " The Lady Scarecrow fDavid Coxj is finally captured by Prentis Prouty fDon Kessler-1 and Harland fAlan Casey, ' .Sd YYYY, Y ..,- ' ffezffsm ll' H .W .lu u 1 it '54 if . lie? if fs S , W m, QW 'likes . we -' g11lll11g g we it -, M. ",,Wg33j,g3.:',g.. , is 1 ,gl A , ,, ,,,, SH ssil L - ,, E:-L Q- 1- V v v ul usmsfiifiib ll eiiasiwssasi ,, .ir,.ir, W li, , fa, , 'Q 1 Mrs. Gazella Upshaw moves with her son and daughter into a musty old mansion in order to be near a rich widower. Bernice Beaver, a distant young cousin, and a very pretty girl, comes to live with them from her farm in Kansas. Later she bounces in disguised as an ugly uncouth country jake with pigtails-loud mouthed and chewing gum. The Upshaws' lives are further complicated by a hair- raising mystery in the old mansiong the Faceless Fiend haunts the house and the Lady Scarecrow in the garden takes to stalking around the premises. Consternation reigns supreme when the Mad Barber escapes from a near-by mental institution and tries to give everybody a close shave. How the Eager Miss Beaver solves the mysterious goings-on and rearranges everybody's lives, forms the rib-cracking climax of this hilarious laugh show. Karen Stickel applies make-up to Janice Pyle before the play. Hank fSteve Ellisj and Harland fAlan Caseyj attack The Mad Barber fDon Rossj as he attempts to cut Scudder's throat. Bunny fI.inda Fritzj finally has Harland fAlan Caseyj trapped on the sofa. 39 cmchfz SEATED: Bernadette Miller, Bonnie Enochs, Josette Minkner, Deane Lehrmitt, Brent Steiner, Ken Howe, Tom Kessler, Alan Carol Dress, Pam Doles, Karen Hamilton, FIRST ROW: Terry Smith, David Bach, Tom Minnich, John Cripe, Vicki Sollen- Swartz, Kathy Netzley, Arlene Ingle, 'Jovita Dick, Sherry Seaman, berger, Greg jay, joe Chappie. Kathy Lieser, Linda Hemmerick. SECOND ROW: Mike Kelly, " canyon? 4667570621 aa" On April 2, 1965, the Junior Class presented their class play, "You Can't Take It With You." The play was directed by Mr. David Fox and Mr. Keith Weidner. When the reclusive Vanderhoff household and the elite Kirbyis mix, something is bound to happen. When Alice Van- derhoff and Tony Kirby get engaged, it does! And the results are sidesplitting. Although the play was to entertain, the moral was obvious and thought provoking. The juniors' enjoyed a tremendous success. V S .. .- se, aan, W. ' I 1 ,N 1 ,s',a1?'H H 'M i W H em H25 , , 5 , , R, .YV , Essie Uovita Dickj, Donald QTerry Swartzj, Rheba CAr- lene Inglej, and Ed fAlan Smithj celebrate the re-engage ment of Alice and Tony. n-mr1.W- -.-Z .. na. .,,.., , , ,, D L , , ,N , , , , Boris Kolenkhov Uohn Cripej gives Mr. Kirby fDavid Bachj a lesson in 40 wrestling. ' ' ' IE' ,Q ' ' Y J, gegw - u. in While rehearsing for their play, the juniors ex- perience problems, pleasure, and success. ,, L ii - ,,44ss24g,, H 'M,,J?i'i5?i5f ,usa s x Y f?FgQfSi4, ROW ONE: Tomma Ostendorf, Cindy Reidel, Sandy Bowser, Sue Stickel, Linda Brane. ROW TWO: Gale Keener, Jo Megel, Cindy Leisher, Brenda Sowery, Eileen Harrison, Tanna Schwartz, Cindy Fredrich, Janie Gordon. ROW THREE: Karen O'Dell, Carolyn Morter, Debbie Stager, Sharon Skenes, Dixie Scott, Cindy Miller, Robyn Bowman, Karen Baker. ROW FOUR: Bunnie Elleman, Peggy Hoover, Pam Elvey, Becky Pyle, Kristie Shaurer, Diana Frost, Linda Warner, Barb Hughs. ROW FIVE: Rita Shelley, Karenn Fetters, Linda Lightner, Sheila Myers, Hope Elicker, Bonnie McCarroll, Debbie Hood, Becky Hile. ROW SIX: Melissa Netzley, Peggy Poling, Jayne Stepp, Bonnie Small, Barbara Bodiker, Tawni Barton, Paulette Becker, Joy Minnich. ROW SEVEN: Jennie Jones, Dixie Mowezy, Virginia Doll, Wanda Recker, Melanie Coatg, Lynne Casey, Kathleen Patterson, Judy Caddy. , a o o ,,:MFiItl2 li'i Girls enjoy a game of softball during their gym class. Becky Hile came in first on the 1000 yard dash in her heat. 42 1. .Li t.- Carolyn Morter throws the discus, which is new for girls this year. OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Janice Morter-Senior Representative, Bev Hemmerick -Junior Representative, Mrs. Waymire-Advisor, Charlene Hirby- Sophomore Representative, Becky Idclings-Freshman Representative. SECOND ROW: Pam Patterson-Reporter, Brenda Albaugh-Treas- urer, Kathy Leiser-Secretary, Sandra Ganger-Vice President, Karen Stickel-President. FIRST ROW: Anita Hess, Linda Rhodes, Sha- ron Webb, Kathy Netzley, Linda Hart, Janice Knisley, Prisilla Sarver. SECOND ROW: Vicki Sollenberger, Jovita Dick, Sherri Seman, Pam Doles, Arlene Ingle, Linda Hemmerick, Sara Deubener. THIRD ROW: Elisabeth Bingel, Joyce Tipton, Josette Minkner, Pam Brill, Linda Montgomery, Sharon Davis, Linda Shade. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Webb, Charline Potts, Linda Honeyman, Angela Rogers, Marcia Sage, Pat Minkner. Mrs. Nellie Waymire demonstrates the use of archery equipment to a gym class. 43 1.41 Becky Iddings displays the wrong way to high Pam Elvey shows the right way to high jump jump as she takes a dive in the track meet. GS She Clears the high jump neatly. Eileen Harrison was one of the girls to do the standing broad jump. 44 jx Some of the girls during the Girls Basketball Game had a talk with "Grandma" Nellie Waymire. uv vs I ' . " ' , l,,. f , - , ,- , Becky Iddings, Melanie Coate, Linda Lightner were just three of the girls in the track meet. Peg Poling was one of the shot putters. Under the able direction of Mrs. Ioan Gibson, the 1965 annual staff put in many long hours before fi- nally completing the 1965 edition of the ECHO. Writing copy, taking pictures, selling ads and books, and trying hard to meet deadlines, are just 21 few of the activities carried on by the annual staff from late summer to shortly after school lets out in the spring. Staff 704464 'Zfafzd ' ruff: 'Va' ' ' ' m ll in S ' Y in l .A 5' MRS. JOAN GIBSON PHIL WAGAR Advisor Editor-in-Chief ta 77 Me 7965 Sade LINDA LIGHTNER LINDA KAUFFIVIAN LINDA FRITZ DIXON FOLKERTH GlrlS' Sports Classes and Art Activities Sports MARVIN SPITLER Organizations DAVE MOTE Business Manager 72.494 79 Zemin ' WMM FIRST ROW: Mrs. Lucille Phillips, Advisor, Reta Ann McGuire, President, Marvin Spitler, 1st Vice Presidentg Donna Kiser, 2nd Vice Presidentg Janie O'Dell, Secretary: Carolyn Sass, Treasurer: Geneva Jeffrey, Reporter: Jean Washuk, Sentinelg Linda Wiant. SECOND ROW: Teresa Pyle, Bonnie Blackmore, Patty Overcash, Sonya Sandifer, Janice McKanzie, Marilyn Webster, Betty Rhoades, Pat Hoffman, Karen Hoover, Vivian Dinger, Pam Wick, Marcia Frady, Linda Fritz. THIRD ROW: Cathy Puterbaugh, Josette Minkner, Patty Brame, Carol Frantom, Connie Honeyman, Linda Lybarger, Jennifer Jones, Linda Colthar, Dixie Mowry, Jackie Kiefer, Deloris Doll, Janet Smith, Kathy Webb, Candy Ballinger, Linda Webb, Linda Sass, Peggy Osman, Joanna Magel. FIFTH ROW: Arlene Ingle, Bill Campbell, Ted Wiant, Joe Smith, Cindy Strohm, DOOM O21kf?S, Judy Berry, Brenda Coombs, Betty Shank. The Future Business Leaders of America, known as FBLA, is a national association that was organized for the purpose of helping busi- ness students develop those characteristics that are so beneficial to a successful business future. This year FBLA had many projects. Prob- ably the most outstanding project, which re- quired a tremendous amount of work and cooperation among all members, was the mak- ing of the mailing list for the Milton-Union Alumni Association. Other money-making projects included: a chili supper, stationery sales, cupcake sales and selling commercial sup- plies to students. Numerous social events were held by FBLA this year: the Senior Banquet, the district con- vention held at Worthington, Ohio, the state convention, held at Dayton, Ohio, a Christmas party, and a pizza party were a few of these. 46 Reta McGuire, Carolyn Sass, and Karen Hoover, make plans for the State Convention held at Dayton, Ohio. 77,4 Sew ' As members of FTA, the Future Teachers Association, students gain experience by ob- serving and teaching in actual classes. FTA played an active part in the community by sponsoring numerous community projects. FTA gave a high chair to Stouder Memorial Hospital for the pediatrics ward. During Thanks- giving, they made a trip to the Troy rest home where they gave fruit to its residents to help them celebrate the season. In October with the help of their advisors, Mrs. Geeting and Miss Dickey, FTA members planned a trip to the University of Dayton where they observed campus life. During National Education Week and at the annual Valentine Tea, FTA members pro- vided coffee and tea for faculty members. OFFICERS-Left to Right: Marcia Sage, Chaplain, Maryanna Dayhoff, Reporterg Bonnie Enochs, Treasurerg Carol Drees, Secretary, Sherry Seman, Vice Presidentg Sally Kessler, President, Mrs. Kathleen Geeting, Advisor. FRONT ROW: Rebecca Biggs, Teresa Pyle, Priscilla Sarver, Mary Lou Biggs, Debbie Stager. SECOND ROW: Sona Rae Beard, Kristie Shaurer, Beckie Pyle, Sharon Skenes, Linda Cripe, Phyllis Honeyman, Sharon, Harry, Terry Hinkle. THIRD ROW: Linda Wiant, Sandy Morris, Dianna Frost, Trudy Jacobson, Dianne Harrington, Evelyn Baker, Carol Slagenweit, Pat Minkner, Linda Mclntosh. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie McCarroll, Pam Brill, Toni Ehlers, Lynn Hamler, Janice Randolph, Sara Deubner, Judy Caddy, Debbie Manning, Roma Castle, Marsha Morris. FIFTH ROW: Bernadette Miller, Esther Klepinger, Barbara Nartker, Kathleen Patterson, Sharon Harley, Forrest Harshbarger, Steve Pressel, Don Ross, Charles Hale, Donald Kessler. 47 704464577 OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Don Ross, President: Sara Deubner, Vice-Pres identg Lynn Hamlet, Treasurer: Mary Ann jones, Secretary: Neil Lehman Sergeant-at-Arms. SECOND ROW: Mr. Jack Adams, Advisor: Don Kimlell Program Chairman, Sfifii-2 Mr. Jack Adams plays a recording at a JCOWA meeting during activity period. JCOWA, formally known as the Junior Council on ism." World Affairs, has become more important in our Jeff Elson and Don Kinclell represented Milton-Union school this year by promoting knowledge and under- this year as "Ambassadors" to the Model General As- standing of world affairs. sembly which was held at Fairmont East. At this as- During an assembly this year JCOWA presented a sembly delegates from various high schools held open much needed flag to the school. Mr. Sha, a former discussions on current topics of interest. ICOWA's Nationalist Chinese Citizen, gave a talk on "American- topic for discussion this year was "South America." FRONT ROW: Linda McIntosh, Sona Beard, Charlene Hirby, Karen O'DeIl, Barbara Hughes, Peggy Poling, Ken Kinsey. SECOND ROW: Linda Hart, Sandra Frady, Esther Klepinger, Pamela Patterson, Dianne Harrington, Steve Ellis, Melissa Netzley. THIRD ROW: Larry Longenecker, Bonnie McCarroll, Barbara Nartker, Vickie Dohner, Karen Stickel, Gary McDowell, Bonnie Small. FOURTH ROW: David Hellard, Jeff Elson, Jay Waymire, Kenny Wagar, Fritz Elleman, Marcia Sage. FIFTH ROW: Trent Wriglit, Larry Dehus, Butch Shilt, David Cox, Steve Underwood. 48 Junior Representative: Charles Hale, Sophomore Representative: Don Kessler 7,-46,4 Pm Z and FRONT ROW: Paulette Becker, Teresa Pyle, Gayle Keener, Linda Fritz, Jo Anna Magel, Linda Brane. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Morter, Janice Pyle, Debbie Hood, Terry Hinkle, Terry Tall- man. THIRD ROW: Fritz Elleman, Mary Ann jones, Greg Jay, Lynn Hamlet, Mike Watson, Dixie Mowry, Mike Stoltz, Dianne Harrington, Mike Jones. FOURTH ROW: Butch Shilt, Steve Robbins, Trent Wright, Dennis Hunt. OFFICERS: Mike Stoltz, President: Janice Morter, Secretary: Melody Stowe, Vice President: Mr. Innone, Advisor: Linda Hart, Treasurer: Karen Stickel, Chaplain: Miss Jane Shank, Advisor. The Teen-Age Christian Association, known as TACA, is comprised of students in grades ten through twelve. Under the leadership of Miss Jane Shank and Mr. Herbert Innone, TACA proved to be a real asset to school life. Throughout the year TACA members had many projects: the Thanksgiving Assembly, the Sadie Hawkins Dance, and reading the scriptures and prayers over the public ad- dress system every morning, are a few of their activities. ?'2ff-it' mantle a,f7 I FRONT ROW: Sherry Blackmore, Bonnie Blackmore, Donna Oakes, Kathy Honeyman, Joyce Sellman, Sandy Murphy, Nancy Deaton, Janet Smith, Jane Williains, Rose Ann Rogers, Mrs. Theodora Hall. SECOND ROW: Linda Prichard, Sona Rae Beard, Linda Warner, Gloria Schleiger, Tommie Ostendorf, Bridget Ann Clark, Elaine Haworth, Sandy Webb, Reva Baker, Brenda Coombs, Jane Howe, Connie Wells, Connie Spitler, Kathy Furlong. THIRD ROW: Miss Mary Ellen Cline, Advisory Patty Brame, Clarissa Jacobs, Joyce Tipton, Kay Driver, Judy Berry, Jennifer Jones, Benetta Roe, Sandy Morris, Rose Klepinger, Sandy Hildebrand, lVLiss Fierstos, Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Jeannie Kingrey, Vickie Lowrey, Valorie Sanders, Gail Swathwood, Kathryn Overbay, Charlene Potts, Betty Rhoades, Reta Ann McGuire, Billy Jo Perry, Donna Cress. The Future Homemakers of A- merica has as its objective to provide opportunities for students to gain experience in planning and carry- ing out activities in relation to homemaking. This year its theme was "Educating for Our Future." The FHA's social activities in- cluded a pizza party, a Christmas party, the FHA banquet, a style review and the Fall Fair which Was put on by the FHA and the FFA. One of the highest awards given to a home economics students is the Crisco award. This year the award went to Nancy Deaton. W l Girls mix fun with work as they plan a pizza party during an activity period. Wm Suze " Mr. Ray Diley has competently advised the Milton- Union Chapter of FFA for twenty years. During these years the chapter has had fifty-two boys to receive the highest degree that is given to a vocational agriculture student, the Degree of State Farmer. All members of FFA add to their experience by helping to operate an eighty-acre farm that is owned by Mr. Robert Pearson. The three FFA boys who are pictured below have received state honors this year. Ron Pierce received the State Farmer Degree, jan Strawser received the Ohio State Farm Mechanic Degree, and Richard Baker re- ceived the State Farmer Degree. is n I itll mm Lit!!! llll llflfiil OFFICERS: Mr. Ray Diley, Advisor, Ron Pierce, President, Richard Baker, Sentinel, Charles Bohse, Treasurerg Rick Abshire, Secretaryg jan Strawser, Reporter, Butch Albaugh, Student Advisorg Galen Brewer, Chaplain. 's ' s -ilniiiiaiiilalgi .nag W . 1 me M . ia 1-Wm ,-. A . . FRONT ROW: Lee Fryman, Bob Burch, Lloyd Schleiger, Roger Enochs, Mike Hines, Darell Cress, Gary Swigart, John Wheelock, Wilmer Paulus. SECOND ROW: Kieth Kauffman, Bob Evans, Terry Hildebrand, Monte Sandifer, David Oakes, Jim Morefield, Ted Pierce, Steve Boyd, Jessie Shaffer, Bobby Williams, THIRD ROW: Bradley Brown, Billy Ray, Mike McKee, Tom Mowry, Dennis Rohr, Dick Evans, Earl Mergler, jim Dietrich, Frank Lawson. ,gaze Wmdaw Jean Washuk is shown here busily op- erating the PBX. In addition to typing, filing, and operating the PBX, office workers must perform other tasks for the secretaries such as: making announce- ments, preparing the morning bulletins, answer- ing the telephone, and delivering messages. ' 70446024 FP Wcvuzd .ma FRONT ROW: Vivian Dinger, Daphne Truebenbach, Pat Hoffman, Shirley Zellers. SECOND ROW: Reva Baker, Linda Brumbaugh, Clarissa Jacobs, Nancy Gibboney. THIRD ROW: Nancy Deaton, Maryanna Dayhoff, Joyce Sellman, Jayne Macy. FOURTH ROW: Miss Jane Shank, librarian, Iona Crow, Sandy Murphy, Melody Stowe, Charles Simpson. 52 7 S ' asf FRONT ROW: Vickie Furlong, Linda Rhoades, Jean Washuk, Karen Hoover. SECOND ROW: Cindy Strohm, Pat Minkner, Janie O'Dell, Sharon Davis, Linda Montgomery, Saundra Ganger. THIRD ROW: Charlene Potts, Arlene Ingle, Janice McKanzie, Marilyn Webster, Kathy Barnes. FOURTH ROW: Sherry Van Kirk, Rose Ann Rogers, Jane Williams, Katrina Snell, Bonnie Spitler. FIFTH ROW: Sonya Sandifer, Kathy Honeyman, Kathy Ingram, Carolyn Sass, Deloris Doll. SIXTH ROW: Marvin Spitler, Ted Wiant, Joe Smith, Reta McGuire, Janet Smith. ,V.'. 2 1 . ,, L ir li: I - , Nancy Gibboney checks out a book to Linda Brumbaugh. In addition to dusting, typing, filing, and taking passes to their proper locations, library workers must check books in and out, help to maintain silence in the library, and assist the librarian, Miss Jane Shank, with other important jobs. These students represent the elite of 6403 FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Biggs, Brenda Sowry, Sharon Blackmore, Mike Elson, john Dickson. SECOND ROW Drees, Linda Cripe, Sarah Deubner, Linda Kauffman, Linda Whitney, Russ Hittle, Duane Pierce, Ron Heisey, Steve Pressel, Allan Smith, Richard Dix, Danny Mote Tom Kessler, Don Ross, Phil Wagar. NOT PICTURED: man, Steve Coate, John Daum jim Stowe, Eddie Cassell Acton, Alice Book, Vickie Sollenberger, Donna Driver? McKenzie, Patty Mote. Hinkle, Janie Gordon, Tanna Schwartz, Joe' Burke, Gay Linda Hemmerick, Sherry Seman, Marsha Morris, Carol Judy Helstern. THIRD ROW: Sharon Harley, Vickie Dohner, Don Kindell. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Hunt, Tom Minnich, Steve Grise. FIFTH ROW: Dave Mote, Dennis Wolford, ,Mark Vagedes, Gene Brumabugh, Tim Campbell, john Hoff- Terry Wright, Barbara Nartker, Rebecca Iddings, Nikki Shirley Hamler, Sue Stickel, Linda Brane, Pat Hoffman, Janice Milton-Union scholars. Selected by their teachers, they were privileged to take the Preliminary District Scholarship Test on March 18. The top three in each subject compete in the Final Scholarship Test at Piqua on May 1. It is indeed a high honor to be a member of this select group. . W. I, .ova V" Students work feverishly to place high enough to take the final scholarship test. WMMS' Vadacte ea OFFICERS: Mrs. Katherine Schul, Advisorg Phil WZIQHI, President, Scott Ream, Vice-President, Allen Smith, Treasurer, Kathy Netzley, Secretary, Mr. J. A. Williarns, Advisor. s. 'fi 1'1- his ,J f . f, 6, 3,5 'tif 3-Q-I' is -Q 11' 3 I. -as .J - s ,."' Y Y , I To be accepted into the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a student at Milton-Union. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible for induction into the Honor Society, with sophomores being taken as probationary members. juniors and seniors must maintain an average of 3.2, and sophomores must have a 5.5 average. In addition to scholarship, stu- dents are chosen on their leadership, character, and service. MEMBERS INDUCTED IN 1964-65 SCHOOL YEAR: Anita MEMBERS: Sherry Seman, Linda Hemmerick, Pat Hoffman, Hess, Vickie Sollenberger, Linda Mote, Joyce Sellman, Gay Linda Cripe, Carol Drees, Linda Whitney, ViCklC D0hf1ef, Blackmore, Mike O'Callaghan, Greg Jay, Chris Geist, David Duane Pierce, Dennis Stxckley, Tom Mmmch. Bach, Tom Kessler. 54 Fr -. Three area ministers, Edwin Beck, Ted Landis, and john Caddy participate in a panel discussion about the problems of youth today. Mr. Williams acts as moderator. Coach Wat Farrar presents his reserve basketball players with their letters during a spring awards assembly. Elizabeth Bingel, an exchange student from West Berlin, Germany, tells the student body about life in her home- land during a special assembly. "Liz" entered M.U.H.S. as a senior and graduated this spring with the rest of the class of 1965. We feel honored to have had her among us, and we hope that the impression of our country that she takes home with her will be a good one. Dave Mote and Steve Urhig set up an experiment involving pulleys in Mr. Bittle's first and second period physics class. , 55 .eww V M 11 ' gg, W1 pg, 1 .TB .uvi . , ,- 'wi ' . , . . ,. , Z, L, . Wm N. Hqgg.. , . , ,V-nf WM -93 , -13,4 .saga ar, 4 l ,....iw.-w ,, ,H M M, 222114 mm, 5,1 :fif- me 5 : X: m T ' 'W mmm w w :W .wifes -W M ,, A IZSE.. , nh, , 2221492513 ,,.5S9:EEO:E 2 K2 A, M, 'mfwxx A ,V ,szca,,.,, ,M ., "f5'5Sf::-- mxxxximw w:'5f:z2945' N 'NF -Lsi1E5Z5Effu ffil wwdfgmwif LEFT TO RIGHT: jovita Dick, Vickie Sollenberger, Bonine McC:1rroll, Mary Ann Jones, Carolyn Morter, Linda Brane. afra- 4! ff ' mme LEFI' TO RIGHT: Becky Smith, Roe Ezell, Becky Hile, Pam Elvey, Shirley Hamler, Melaine Coate. The Varsity and reserve cheerleaders hold two practices a week during the summer and after the beginning of school. Both squads attended a cheerleading clinic at Wittenberg in the fall of the year. The reserve cheerleaders are responsible for cheering at reserve football and basketball games as well as all the games of the three junior high teams. The cheerleaders are truly an indispensable part of our athletic system. Roe Ezell, Shirley Hamler, and Melanie Coate 58 lead the cheering at an 8th grade football game. . Emi: MR. WILLIAM GINN MR. PHILIP URICK MR. WATSON FARRAR MR. EDWARD LENDENSKI Athletic Director Golf Varsity Football Varsity Basketball Varsity Track Varsity Wrestling -Pwr-'T' as Coach Farrar looks for the right substitute. Varsity Baseball The Milton-Union High School coaching staff takes charge of those students who have athletic ability and instructs them in the fundamentals of the most popular sports. They impart a sense of fair play and sportsmanship to their charges and establish in them assets that will serve them the rest of their lives. In addition to being Athletic Director, Mr. Bill Ginn is the Varsity track coach. He is in his thirteenth year at Milton-Union and is a graduate of the University of Dayton. Mr. Watson Farrar is the Varsity football coach and reserve basketball coach. In addition he coaches freshman track. Coach Farrar is in his second year at Milton-Union and is a graduate of Pittsburgh University. The Varsity basketball coach is Mr. Edward Lendenski. He is also assistant Varsity football coach and the Varsity baseball coach. He too is in his second year at Milton- Union and is a graduate of Clarion State. ?ooz'Zd!Z S 5-7 aa: ow: ea it it it it was new 1 it i nu sa 1 A FRONT ROW: Dean Shade, Barry Hile, Denver Crowell, Mike Stoltz, Fritz Elleman, Skip Tyson, Scott Ream, Neil Lehman, Dennis Rohr, Ken Beverly, Russ Hittle, Mike Kelly. SECOND ROW: Mike O'Cal1aghan, Mike Brandenburg, Wayne Rentz, Steve Robbins, Mike Jones, Dennis Hunt, Trent Wright, Mike Watson, Jim Hansen, Larry Tallman, Terry Wright, Larry Manson, Coach Watson Farrar. THIRD ROW: Bob Sarver, Ken Rohr, Ken O'De1l, jim Brant, Bruce Although the Bulldog's season record was 3-7, there were I l V wr- iw 1 1 w.. iw 1 ,tu :asset-f 5 pam ,-waz-3 ,xi ww, in at as Ream, Earl Mumma, Craig Coate, Ronnie Ditmer, Doug Best, Tom Kessler, John Cripe, Coach Edward Lendenski. TOP ROW: Mgr. Nolan Cross, Vernon McCoy, Bob Martindale, Monte Sandifer, Tony Hughes, Bill Osman, Chris Geist, Gary Lorton, Roger Coate, Mark Vagedes, Bud Coate, Tom Carroll, Dave Hellard, Mgr. Charles Simpson, Coach Phillip Urick. VARSITY SCORES several bright spots. Mike Jones, a sjunior, was elected to Opponent We They the All-League second team at the linebacker spot. Seniors, Piqua 0 13 Dennis Rohr, Scott Ream, and Barry Hile received Honor- Tipp City 3 20 able Mention in the All-League balloting, Scott Ream and Northridge 0 24N Dennis Rohr were also named offensive and defensive tackles, Butler 14 36 respectively, on the All-Area team. Steve Robbins was voted ,Eaton 6 12 . . . orthmont 0 22 All-Area Fullback and also finished fourth in the South- Madison 8 24 western Buckeye League scoring race with 67 points. The W, Cal-follfof, 20 12 Bulldogs will be losing 12 seniors next year, but there will Brookeville 22 8 Oakwood 26 20 be 15 lettermen returning. 60 Bulldogs' leading scorer, Steve Robbins 1121, grinds out yardage against Oakwood. Coach Watson Farrar discusses offensive plays with Denver Crowell. Junior, Steve Robbins, picks up needed yardage against Northmont Bud Coate and Mike O'Ca1laghan scramble for a Thunderbolt fumble. Steve Robbins ducks away from an Oakwood tackler. 61 aj , fiilllflifr' H "fig "EQ,-Q ' ' .-l ' l emkvz pfdydld mm KEN BEVERLY Guard The Bulldogs display their stout defense against Northmont Mike O'Callaghan is brought down after a successful sweep. 1:11112 ELLEMAN BARRY HILE Russ HITTLE 62 Guard 'Guard End l l NEIL LEHMAN SCOTT REAM DENNIS ROHR Fullback Tackle Tackle Denver Crowell makes top-notch effort against Northmont's double COVCI8gC. DEAN SHADE End Terry Wright 1351 sweeps right in as Mike Kelly 1111 and Steve Robbins 112, lead blocking. Wmedtq fs' ecwa Wu X-70 Seadoo: L. 1 , 1 ' Z' Rig 1 11, ,, 1 , , V ,-.Y 7 .f Y Y .. -ff:-:fl-ra:-was 3 1. ..--,.6.- 1-1-21:-Ea SEATED: Louis Barrett, Dick Kerr, Allen Smith, Mike 0'Ca1lighan, Denver Crowell, Skip Tyson. STANDING: Steve Fur- long, Manager, Alan Casey, Gary Lightner, jim Hansen, Scott Ream, Terry Thompson, Dean Shade, Nolan Cross, Manager. We They Fairborn 80 5 8 Kiser 80 5 5 Tipp City 43 60 Stebbins 5 3 61 Northridge 49 41 Meadowdale 5 0 65 Tecumseh 5 1 69 Troy 5 7 60 Vandalia 73 87 Piqua 63 84 Eaton 49 5 2 Northmont 69 66 Madison 67 68 West Carrolton 76 5 8 Miami East 64 5 5 Brookeville 75 49 Oakwood 61 5 5 Piqua 5 8 74 The 1964-65 Bulldogs accumulated an 8-10 record over a relatively tough schedule. After winning 5 and losing 2, the Bulldogs were plagued by a 6 game losing streak. How- ever, they finished the regular season with a 4 game Winning streak. Jim Hansen, a junior, was named to the first team in the All-League balloting. He also was named to the All- Area first team and was given honorable mention in the greater Dayton Area. Seniors Alan Casey and Scott Ream were given All-League Honorable Mention. Alan Casey was also named to the All- Area first team. The Bulldogs have only four returning lettermen. However, the upcoming Sophomores and juniors should fill the gap and form the basis of a solid team for next year. 65 g.....:. - E N . lm .. all K 21 ef, ' Q- gt. --'+V ' . sl E L llllll DENVER CROWELL SCOTT REAM Ama . 1 -A Forward Forward Alan Casey 1351 prepares to score against Northmont. l Allen Smith 1145 leads Il fast break against iii Eaton. DICK KERR DEAN SHADE Forward Forward 66 .e,....: ir' , - I' 3 L 1 T -.4 ' 3 W., 5 F' 3, , Q 2 7mm If-6 - as 1, W Fe,-fix it Y . h www, ax, 1 , . ., -ea W M 5 , '-, 'K me SEATED: Harvey Lambert, Mark Vagedes, Bruce Ream, Jay Besecker, Steve Fine, Tom Frantz. STANDING: Tom Carroll, Mgr., Vernon McCoy, Larry Freeman, Bob Sarver, Jim Brandt, Charles Hale, Bob Martindale, Deane Lehrmitt, Bill Osman, Mgr. Fairborn Kiser Tipp City Stebbins Northridge Meadowdale Tecumseh Troy Butler Piqua Eaton Northmont Madison West Carrollton Miami East Brookville Oakwood 8 48 43 49 66 57 69 54 68 52 53 70 42 48 67 54 58 78 They 65 22 54 57 37 59 36 54 54 55 51 56 56 53 41 44 70 The 1964-65 Reserve basketball team compiled an 11 and 6 record this season. They won 9 of the 11 games in 5 game and 4 game winning streaks. Jim Brandt led the team in total points scored with 269 points and point average- per game with 16. Tom Frantz led the team in field goal percentage with 42 per cent. jay Besecker led the team in foul shooting percentage with 66 per cent. All in all, the Reserves had a very successful season and the upcoming sophomores and juniors should form a solid Varsity team. 69 an.-f. jim Brandt U25 lofts a shot over his Eaton defender. Larry Freeman Q55j drives for a lay up against Northridge as Bruce Ream 1141 gains rebound position. 70 r Larry Freeman 1551 helps the Bulldogs control the boards against Northridge. LJ F--.F-Q, F. lo Steve Fine C115 shoots from the foul line as the Northridge defender does his utmost to block the shot. 'gvwefafl SITTING: Tom Carroll, Mark Vagedes, Larry Longenecker, Steve Fine, Tom Barton, Bill Siler, Doug Baker, Larry Cain. KNEELING Danny Philabaum, Mike Kelly, Tony Hughes, Vernon McCoy, Allen Smith, Steve Coate, John Daum, Dave Cox, Mike Jones Steve Ellis. STANDING: Eddie Jones CMgr.D, Coach Grafflin, Scott Ream, Alan Tasker, John Tasker, jim Stukenborg, Gary Lightner Alan Casey, Dean Shade, Jim Brandt, Bob Martindale, Barry Hile, Mike Stoltz, Skip Tyson, Dean Lehrmitt, Dennis Hunt. The Milton-Union Bulldogs' Baseball squad played a hard and rigid schedule in the 1965 school year. The team, composed of freshmen through seniors, worked together in spite of the differences in their ages. Coached by Edward Lendenski and assisted by William Grafflin, the boys, who ex- perienced a successful season, received their awards from Coach Lendenski at the All-Sports Banquet. The pre-game warm-up period gives the players a chance to "get the kinks out" before the start of the game. V5 . f 1 qu V 53 wa 7 'Qi -lg551ixgg1rgg1Q::1Q::1m ,mg zzrfezlfezrfsffssg lim feszfsssfw fesfasfsssfsezr s ' .. e..,.,. 'F ww ,iii fi sm fre T , ,Jr 1 1 J 1 . 111 495511 11, - v ' x, 1 glllflxl " N111 ?Q' """ :sig 451 11 .I 'W' f ' TN" -H 5: ' 1 ,F W1 11111g1gQi"5, .. 11' lm 11 1 1 :seizes 553 miifiw 'l U.. f .I i r R, Q 2 ' 2'- g"H gg V. 5 f 'Si , -1 '51 11 1 . LM ,gifs FRONT ROW: Bernie Longenecker, John Hoffman, john Daum, Ronnie Ditmer SECOND ROW Dave Engle Fritz Elle man, Steve Ellis, Mike Watson. THIRD ROW: Gary Ditmer, Duane Pierce, John Cripe Tom Kessler FOURTH ROW Don Ross, Steve Dix, joe Chappie, Mike Stoltz. FIFTH ROW: Neil Lehman, Terry Swartz Coach Ginn Bob Wolf 72 Terry Swartz works on his op ponent at the League meet. mam, SITTING: Nolan Cross fMgr.j, Gary Lorton, Bill Keifer, Mike O'Callagh:1n, Mike Watson, Bill Osman, Trent Wright, Chris Geist. KNEELING: Bucl Coate, Terry Swartz, Tom Frantz, Doug Caddy, john Cripe, George Patty, Russ Hittle, Terry Wright, Larry Tallman, John Fleming. STANDING: Roger Coate, Ronnie Hall, Chuck Simpson, Stive Dix, Jim Hansen, Denver Crowell, Doug Minkner, Bob Sarver, Louis Barrett, Coach Ginn. Denver Crowell, a senior, shows the strain of putting the shot in a meet with Vzmdalia-Butler. , amuse, -2 1 'fi " - :Frm ' 13111 1 LEE, ' .. ::...:i.ii 1 ,Ar-1 V Q 1 Mfr 11 ,l XX gm, 1 Earl Mumma breaks the tape in the 100 yard dash. 15,3-.57 YY ,XX Y. 5 1.11, ,A 3 X ,W . 11 , HEEL.. 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Wayne Kopp shows the spectators how to broad jump KNEELING: Gay Blackmore, joe Chappie, Dave Engle, Lowell Stockstill, Brent Whitecl, Dan Pierce. STANDING: Coach Jan Thompson, Duane Pierce, Dave Hellard, Ed Cassell, Mike Bodiker, joe Falb, Dick Kerr, Rick Dix, Terry Thompson. Oppmzelzf Vandalia-Butler Tecumseh Piqua Catholic Greenville Northridge Wayne Vandalia-Butler Northridge Piqua Catholic Piqua Central .5 . U76 They 1 4 4 1 2 3 O 5 3 2 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 0 5 Dave Hellard returns a serve in the opening set of an after-school match. 75 STANDING: Coach Phil Urick, Lynn Bohlender, Phil Wagar, Tom Minnich, Scott Mote, Fritz Ellemen. KNEELING: Jay Besacker, Mike Ritter, Dixon Folkerth, Bruce Ream. Q4!f7e-am ' 77-7 2 The Milton-Union golf team had an out- standing season this year. They defeated the teams of several schools much larger than ours in reaching a final won-lost record of 17-7 and scored well in both the S.W.B.L. League tournament and the District tournament. Mike Ritter turned in the lowest score in the entire league in the S.W.B.L. meet and received the beautiful medalist trophy. 76 l Mike Ritter receives the trophy for being the most valuable player on the 1965 Milton-Union golf team. Dick Kerr receives the most valuable player trophy from tennis coach jan Thompson. Flash" Tyson receives his varsity basketball letter from Coach Ed Lendenski as several of his teammates and Coaches Farrar and Ginn look on. The pre-game strategy meeting. 1 Coach Wat Farrar addresses the student body in an afternoon Pep Assembly, 77 7ood.44!Z Sgaad ! FIRST ROW: Bobby Williams, Mgr., Keith Kaufman, Larry Steve Coate, David Litton, Ronnie Hall, W. H. Woods, Eddie Foy, Arnett Bowling, john Daum. SECOND ROW: Ron Heisey, Lukens, Wayne Kopp, Gene Magato, Fred Strohm Mr, Lester Rick DeFrances, Scott Mote, Hal Ross, Pat Kelley, Mike Byrson, Whitefield, Coach. l Steve Furlong, Bernie Longenecker, Mr. Homer Busick, Coach, FRESHMAN SCORES Opponent We They john Carroll 42 0 Troy 9 0 Eaton 66 0 Butler 29 12 Northmont 44 0 Tipp City 6 0 Stebbins 16 8 The Freshman Football team under the direction of Coach Busick and Coach Whitefield, was undefeated Ronnie Hall U01 goes down after a substantial gain against Baton in SCVCI1 g3-mCS- They SCOfCCl Sl 750311 of 212 P0ifltS OH fhe home field- while holding the opposition to a mere 20. Ronnie Hall, the starting fullback, led the team in scoring and rushing by scoring a total of 96 points and gaining 954 yards in 88 carries for an average of 10.7 yards per carry. Ronnie Hall 1501 boots one through the stand- ards against Eaton for 5 more points in favor of the Bullpups. v+ it ,, ff T LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Farrar, Dennis Frantz, Pat Kelly, Doug Shade, Arnette Bowling, Ed Lukens, Bill Carroll, Wayne Kopp, Rick DeFrances, Fred Strohm, Steve Furlong, David Litton, Danny Fisher, Bob Williams. 'W' and - if I- x N W. i 1 W M ly ,ir G , Q74 A W- if - 1 , , gif" " ' W N" .fn M ' A " Asesgiasxf' H H H " 1 'J :r -weave' .swf w 1- Q3 Al' l X V , , Hu A ll l we Xi, ll,,m,,, l , , Ml will WH id pwiiji W 23,4 ,. JH Winn! l ..- ,J l' ?5', 'H 53 l 'A if , " 32511 ll l 1' " ,V ,SZ Fu ' ll' ll . , 1 if W l LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Green, Rick DeFrances, Wayne Kopp, Ed Lukens, John Tasker, Ronnie Hall, Steve Coate, Scott Mote, John Thompson, Bill Keifer, Larry Kelly. FRONT. ROW: Barry Coate, Bill Elvy, Terry Whiting, jonathan Poole, Rick Anderson, jeff Fine, Mike. Hoover. SECOND ROW: Dave Chappie, Clarence Hatfield, Bob Ginn, jim Williams, Joe McGuire, Raymond Lane, Steve Whitacre, Fred Bernheisel. THIRD ROW: Del DeMint, Dave Cripe, Jim Hammon, Bill Wagar, Dennis Thompson, John Chappie, Bob Gross, 714 14 ' emu JM m4zzgS,eau'4 SITTING: Roy Hawse, Nelson jones, Terry Whiting, Phil Burnside, Rick Anderson, Scott Vagecles, Gary Hinkle, Danny Green. SECOND ROW: Bob Ginn, David Warner, Bob Gross, Fred Bernheisel, Ray Williams, Steve Whitacker, Barry Coate, Gerald Rue, Dennis Thompson, STANDING: Larry Rhodes, Del DeMint, Terry Brown, Dave Cripe, Chuck Christian, Brad Bowman, Doug Shade, Jim Hamrnon, Coach Bill Grafflin. . . 3 BACK ROW: Verlin Cross, Joe Dick, Jerome Blantonf john Witherspoon, Dennis Frantz, Doug Shade, William Morris. SECOND ROW: Bill Imperial, Tom Foster, Dale Hellard, Randy Minnich, jim Coate. FRONT ROW: Jim Sarver, Mike DeFrances, Robert Gordon, Tom Rhoades, Roger Hurley. , . 1 3iX23 24,' ,. f 1'-K E9'lIa3fw64 :Z SITTING: Darrell Victor, Steve Longenecker, Mike DeFrances, jim jay, Jim Sarver, Scott Knife. KNEELING: Randy Minnich, Bill Elvy, jerry Lucous, Dennis Frantz, joe Dick, Tom Foster. STANDING: William Morris, Verlin Cross, Terry Cunagen, jim Coate, Daniel Fisher, Doug Shade, Dale Hellard, Kevin Best, Coach Iannone, Coach Thompson. ,ff Bulldogs meet the Thunderbol ww U ,,.- L 33? 'VZ , N, W t " 3' Q A - , ini . M Q s at Hara Arena for a leagu 'LS W QA' IQ J e game. Bulldog in action. :Amee At certain times during the games tension mounts tremendously. 82 Jim Hansen tries desperately to keep the ball for the Bulldogs. cz'c2m! Jim Hansen, Skip Tyson, and Alan Casey fdressed in white trunksj participate in a jump shot in fl home game. The Bulldogs block :ln oncoming rush by the Pirates. -U : fs' :sg gwg:kY',fw,f1?.gsi The Bulldogs vie for possession of the ball. 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Under the direction of Mrs. Bev- erly Eckstrom and Mr. Lawerence Willmann, the 190 members par- ticipated in various activities such as junior high sports, band, and chorus. Marilyn Albaugh Becky Allen Charles Allison Ricky Anderson David Antonides Q 1 . n 1 1 ee- -- 11,,1H 1 ' , r.., ' 1 :agen 11 ' i f 1 12 1tlJi1l " 9 ,3151 ,, 21511 . ii ,A 131 11 J- lx' .-,B-' I is 'LN 1 , 1 " il! J.- 1 I 553' .. 4"'i il 1' WH1 11:A 1,,1N!1NNSiN1N111 1 H, is' 1, l 4 ' 1- J XJ11 tx 1 all tv ette 1 5 ,11 4, ... yggraage A Q WJ.. 1 at-is W-2 . 1 ,:,. .1 H' "keg 111 E'?23-Zami? lu if he mu K '1 ':'- r-fi 1111111115 421 Y .m-.:"'111"'111"'11"- g l 'i ' b y it .- 'iii 1 f??l'9l gllltw J ml 111 ea - A 1 11 , 4 J iff - 1 , "- l 1 K -:-:- . ttti 11. 1' 1' ..... s a- . F ,ef 4 A 1 . it .-l- - A . it e.' 1 --1 . ' C . 1 .1 1, M ll lil! 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A 1 ll H i' ' B ' Q 1 7 ',,1 ' 'fi i L .-.4,,'wJ,x1bg , .1 v li iffiageiiig -1 ' if 1 f-f A 4 N E' 1 rr' Leroy Applegate Mary Arnett Patricia Arnett Mary Arnold Mark Bach Donald Bailey Bobby Baker Buddy Barnes Sherry Barnhart Gary Becher Kathryn Belden Fred Bernheisel Julie Berry Ronda Besecker Arthur Blackmore Kenny Booher Connie Bouck Margaret Bowling Bradley Bowman Yvonne Bowman George Bowser Belinda Brame Barbara Brandt Mary Brown Terry Brown Debbie Burch Philip Burnside Arbutus Campell Linda Caplinger Sandra Castle John Chappie Chuck Christian Betty Clark Barry Coate Clyde Collins John Cox Joe Cress David Cripe Pam Crow Melinda Deaton Roger Dehus Del DeMint Debra Dickey Patricia Diehl Judy Diley Georgia Dix Harold Drees Geraldine Eastridge 'll ian rw L 32-j'j5t.::::s,,:1iwyzzq- , 5' .iff f si,-i gvj x A 'I 1. i X l Zi 5. ' Xt 5 ' F l l L 'r an ' Ml ' I K, I jr- ,.--4 , 5::f',' Y C . ,, 2. 'iii L' 1 X fr : mf- 1 X . ggi 'aj 'T 1 Eaton Heckman Kathy Hemmerick Joyce Hendrix john Herman Larry Hildebrand Dennis Hines Gary Hinkle Larry Hoisington Dianna Holmes jim Hoover john Hoover jane Honeyman Scott Hornick Jean Hughes Brenda Hurley Linda Hurley Steve Huston Karen lddings jennifer johnson Nelson jones Peggy Karns Bev Kauffman Diana Kelly Mark Klabunde Bobbie Klepinger Tom Klepinger Lois Kiser Dale Knife Don Knife Raymond Lane Greg Lavey Joe Leffler Debra Leonard Debbie Libengood Valerie Loeb Sandra Lorton Sandra Loving Larry McCarroll Paul McCray Joe McGuire Diane Miilhbach Brenda Miller Joy Miller Charles Morris Dennis More Carol Netzley Scott Netzley Karla Oburn '70 ge " jenny Eichmyer ., i' Winifred Engle ,, Q Bi11.E'VeY 5 Chfls Enofhs 'hy 'F L Mafk Evefhaff L' 'ix i Roe Ezell xx , j X 'W 5 Doris Fine ' t . 1 jeff Fine Karen Fine i f - 1 F ,v , ,iw .. . 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' Q 1 - of '70 John Outland Sheryl Paulus Jonathon Pool Rebecca Reece Denise Reck Karen Reisert Sharon Rhoads Larry Rhoades Gerald Rue Vicki Schaub Kenny Schleiger Jennie Schumann Chris Shade Yvonne Shockey Frances Shoenberger Collette Shortridge Christina Shroyer David Silknitter Ruth Sizemore Becky Smith Robert Smith Vicki Smith Roger Sowry Rusty Sparks Ellen Spitler Daryl, Staver Donova Stickley Jody Strain Judy Strawser Virginia Subler Mike Swabb Pam Tackett Susan Tasker Dennis Thompson Kathy Thompson Dan Trubenbach Scott Vagedes Bonnie Van Dyke Edith Vires Chantel Vires Pam Wafford Bill Wagar David Warner Spencer Waymire Susan Webb Connie Weidel Harold West Randy Whitacre Steve Whitacre Joey White Terry Whiting Jim Williams Ray Williams Sue Williams Debra Woods Gary Woolery . -- "-" 1 ,Xlsiii s i fi ' , , , Q, A, N ,,.. W 5 , , J, i. '. , H, tl f - ...A J Y A ,.. W lg ' ' D W eeii- fi , , . 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V: 'Env +1 at 'iii f f at t J " fi Ai ' i . " 'N , Q J -, t is J' Debbie Wright , E 3 ,,, ' R0lJ61'lC Wright 1 .- g i- fl ii - ,,, 'yi' QE: Scott Younce f , f 4 Y' Donald Young Q! E- X , M. lm 1 V, , I V i, K , dig X , J K f' ' ii: J I OFFICERS: Bill Elvey, Vice-Presidentg Karen Iddings, Sec- retaryg Roe Ezell, Treasurerg Carol Netzley, Presidentg Bob Ginn, Reporter. 88 Not Pictured: Jeff Burkey Patricia Foy Susan Nellner Clarence Hatfield 744 5 ' ' OFFICERS-TOP TO BOTTOM: Tom Frantz, Presidentg joe Dick, Vice-Presidentg Dottie Hansen, Secretaryg jim Coate, Report- erg Jim Sarver, Treasurer. Being wise to the ways in the high school building, the 644 'Q '7 an ' if ' y t i if , ss . fi v.. it ICM- U Q ll' Joyce Ajdora 1 i V aj I. -77 a aa . ?- V Ellen Arnett B NJ Z Q -- I M712 i Karen Arnett N X .,Ef'Qfg4lj li-!?b:31: a.QLbbgli Janice Baird Gerald L. Baker Christina Berry Kevin Best Kirk Blackmore Jerome Blanton ai Mary Ann Bohse class of '69 entered their second year of junior high. Many of the members participated in the junior high activities, while-the rest supported the teams by yelling at the games. In the spring they were given a standardized test. Their advisors were Mr. Jack Adams and Mrs. Marjorie Jay., Da vid Breindenbach Becky Brill Carol Brown Larry Boyd QT , -' 4,- Q is if Av i X N5 hgftuesl L -3' Y j ' 2.1-fir. Y Tina Bryson Charles Campbell N , N : 1 Bernard Carver ' X x ' I 1 F kj Sharon Carver I ' 1 7, p B Patty Cassell . I i' ' I ii'i' if'1VE ti.ti David Chappie j i-' ,,... Diane Clinefelter . t ' , Vv.. an 1 Jim Coate .fa 'gh 1 - .... Rex Coate . b Q ' D Jo Lynn Conner ' Karen Coppess or I B Q Verlin Cross Q' -is K f' Q 3 4 X ., David Crow 5' 5 , . - . . '- ' r .f.. BS' 't Terry Cwwgm i .-:. e l. j , l ' Debbie Darst rp ' ' it ' '- ..': 3 t ' ' M Virginia Daum L f 'gg X .fff f Mike DeFrances Joe Dick Lynne Dillon Jon Dohner Kathy Dohrman Eddie Elleman Amie Elson Elaine Engle Vicki Evans Crystal Farrar Beth Fisher Danny Fisher Mitchell Fogle Kathy Forbush Tom Foster Gail Frantom igjlilf i' if Serv 89 af'6 Dennis Frantz Robert Gordon Debra Gregg john Gutwein Trudy Hainline Glenda Hall Marilyn Hall Dorothy Hansen Paul Heisey Marjie Helstern Dale Hellard Paula Hemmericlc Velva Hinkle Michael Horner Christine Hufford Betty Humphrey William Humphrey Roger Hurley Bill Imperial Jim Jay Faye Lynn Jones Chuck Keener Karen Kessler Bruce Kindell Priscilla Kinnison Nancy Kinsey Tom Kinsey Kathy Klahunde Kristine Klipstine Scott Knife Gregg Kockersperger Rickie Lavey Steve Longenecker Jerry Lucous Patty Lybarger Michael McCarroll Jan McCoy David McCray Wanrla McGuire jill McNelly Doug Martzall Bruce Minlcner Randy Minnich Candy Mishler Willia111 Morris Joyce Mumma Linda Myers james Niles Nancy O'Conner joan O'Dell Matthew Osborn Letha Owens Arleen Paulus Eileen Paulus Tim Paulus Belinda Pequignot Faunda Peters Pamela Pierce Richard Polson Robert Ray Kathy Rhoades Tom Rhoacles Karen Rogers Mark Rotroff 90 l nlncll, li E' G , it 2 r-it A, . - 12 Q" , ., 2 'li-1 Pfl, A V thx 1 L" " .1 ,E 3' fm 'MZ .n , age, Q, - we ' , - iw 'f' f-L gr 1, '-- - . 11-rw M ref- " ll e 1 ' i i i P Q -eff l"i'L:i life, -, Q X ' 5 a f: of-.l'?i he IA' . .f .. 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XJ i 'wi ii it .-: ' 5 ' H21 ' if- f f. H 4 ' ', W "-. s- :LIL , , ' 'A ' tffl1'll"f,Qj' it ., A ifyff' """' ,ill " zfiflill 37'-9 "f". A X 5flf'f'2"il.i ' -, ' i lf H :, f wi A Styx Terry Zellers' Not Pictured: Bill Colthar Myrtle the skeleton, and coach Lendenski enjoy their party hats at the birthday party. isx 'tv- Eighth graders give Mr. Lendenski a birthday party during health class. l Barry Sanders Monte Sanders jim Sarver Franklin Sass Frederic Schaffer Saundra Schaub Tom Sellman Doug Shade Nancy Shank Elizabeth Simpson Marylin Slagenweit Earl Smith Jeff Smith Kurt Snell Tonya Sowry Carolyn Steele Pam Steiner Vicki Stockslager Keith Subler Elmer Swank jim Thomas Janie Truitt Patty Underwood Elly Vandertouw Darrell Victor Joyce ward Sharon Webb Stephen Webb Candace Werts Janet Wheelock Ann Williamson John Witlierspoon Mr. Stitz holds an impromptu practice for the -7th grade band. Shelly Acton Mike Anderson Ted Bach Karen Baker WM ' WX? Msn nzfssa.. ,.. -,.. QTH N YAW H-"' - , 5 F E454 ' ?.'!' as W tis M sit l 1, Jian ik: eff ' ??lifL,.,.f ' a ll i if ,mi lik EQ E I . Entering their first year of high school, the freshmen were eligible for selective study, many clubs and organizations. "Put 'em into Orbit" was the theme of their first float. Their advisors were Mr. Herbert Iannone and Mrs. Sue Coate. ' Under the excellent coaching of Mr. Homer Busick and Mr. Lester Whitefield, the freshman football team enjoyed an undefeated season. 92 5' 7t.'74'f,S, L David Bare Becky Barnes Becky Biggs Arnett Bowling Robin Bowman Sandy Bowser Patty Brarne Marilyn Brewer Scott Brumbaugh Mike Bryson Cheryl Burke Sue Burke Brenda Burl-:ey Dixie Burnside Judy Caddy Tim Campbell Bill Carroll Melanie Coate Steve Coate Paul Curtis John Daum Richard Davis Ricky DeFranses Johnny Dickson Jim Dietrich john Ditmer Donna Driver Hope Elicker 1 ef H mek ,H l in V W K, " vw? I i ,,, Eileen Harrison Mike Hartley Ronnie Heisey Carol Henman Sandy Hildebrand Becky Hile Mary Hines Mike Hines Doug Hoff john Hoffman Phyllis Honeyman John Hoover Becky Iddings Philip jones Keith Kauffman Pat Kelly Larry Kelly Bill Kiefer Rose Klepinger Wayne Kopp joan Lambert Gene Lawson Linda Lightner David Litton I Mike Elson Pam Elvey Bobbie Fellers Jerry Flint Eddie Fourman Cindy Fredrick Diana Frost Kathy Furlong Steve Furlong Lee Fryman Joy Garber Gary Garner Janie Gordon Bill Green Ronnie Hall Shirley Hamler Debbie Haugen Sharon Harley A X 1 1 W- " ' my V -flil ' 'l ' ,, i 'f'lii",,H" N' '- , ' ' ' -3 :91 vs., " V' ., A . .nf ,' W xg to NS A in 1 A r XXX it . " ' -Q a g" xg Q if 93 Of OFFICERS: Linda Lightner, Secretaryg Ronnie Hall, Treasurerg Ricky DeFrances, Reporterg Scott Mote, Vice'Presidentg Keith Kauffman, President. Debbie Manning Carol Miihlbach Terry Miihlbach Cindy Miller Joy Minnich Scott Mote Sheila Myers David Oakes Robert Oda Tomma Ostendor Eddie Pass Pam Patterson Wilmer Paulus Betty Jo Perry Danny Pierce David Plantz Terry Potts Linda Pritchard Becky Pyle Janice Randolph John Rhoades Cindy Riedel Bennetta Roe Harold Ross Lloyd Schleiger Jerry Schleinitz Tanna Schwartz Dixie Scott Jessie Shaffer Cristy Shaurer 94 f Bernie Lon gen ecker Eddie Lukens Pat McKee Gene Magato ,gg , -i ga - , Y sm , W 5-.5 ' X i f ft , 2 :aa . Lge., it J ' , - ,. Q' ' 1 1' AJ! - t ' i ' . 3 . z: .. I-Q ,-- : 51 v, ' .:!:Ig,I:I R -'. ' ',:E' ' - . .V 5-J: X i I ... tk Q I n I 1 I-,A , 2 'I W 4? w S 5 4 li l xiii: . l -2 - fy Wi Qfliiie g k 19 fi t' Q Y' y i K'1'1 5 V. v gl A :., 5' jyil 'il it X Q H 'f Q eg'g.r-nz.. 1 xl l, Ht sc fi I ill fi . 'a f 5 P . lf. X f C It mf K ,tat , I.. wtf" ze J' 1 . t-. 1 wa Law 1 ' Donald Shaw Velma Shockey Vfilma Shockey Carolyn Silknitter Sharon Skenes Lee Smith Valeria Smith Anna Snell Philip Sowers Connie Spitler Debbie Stager Sue Stickel Steve Stine Jim Stowe Freddie Strohm Gary Swigart John Tasker John Thompson Linn Underwood Connie Wells Virginia Werts john Wheelock Phil Werling Bobby Williams Jack Witherspoon Judy Witherspoona Bill Wolf Gerald Wolford Betty Wood Janet Wooddell Not Pictured: Roger Enochs Ron Hines Larry Foy , , lim, ui!! LY! W. H. Woods Linda Lightner and Becky Hile represent the Freshman class on their Home- coming float entitled, "Put 'Em in Orbit." Mike Younce H- L -ifazft a ' 'i A i 2 1 H -af ' in U' ' ' R ' X'RQ5?'. F , .uit v ' ' ' if it F if f M .31 ,U , J M. 9' 1 ig: OFFICERS: Roger Coate, President, Tom Carroll, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Dan Mote, Vice-Presidentg Bonnie Small, Secretary, Mark Vagedes, Treasurer. ' UZ! Participating in their second year of A'Homecoming festivities, the Sophomore's float entitled "Bury Em" won first prize. The class is also very proud to have placed several members on the varsity football squad, many of whom won letters. In October many Sophomores enjoyed a class party at Barb Hughes' house. And in May, dressed as stewards to carry out the prom theme "Bon Voyage", the Sophomores served at the Junior-Senior banquet and prom. With guidance from Mrs. Madge Fox and Mr. Albert Herath, the ebullience of the class of '67 will continue to serve as an inspiration to the other classes. ii i i wig. .. Sag ' . k a'aa.5.5n V - -1-V ., ..a.:Zsf' Nikki Acton David Baker Doug Baker IE -. f' Eziasma . " 'Wm ,. ,..,..,.3...,. .,.,g, Carolyn Barrett lk, 2 yi i as s , . .vi ,en ' A r ' z M' -' ' -'e Q Jia' "iiliiini1l'- all W. ,'- H. I i . : -.,1.:.:.:g. f : .:. ig. y Mi il 3 Q if S3-T is 5 -A jw ii. ii , Tawni Barton Tom Barton - iis . . . Doug Best Terry Bissett Bonnie Blackmore Gay Blackmore Sherry Blackmore Barry Blanton Barbara Bodiker Lynn Bohlender Ed Bohse Patsy Booher Alice Book Steve Boyd 96 Paulette Becher WE Lois Bernhiesel Diane Berry Judy Berry Mike Berrey Jay Besecker Q32 706' Jim Brandt Linda 'Brane Joe Burke Doug Caddy Bob Cain Larry Cain Steve Callicoat Tom Carroll Lynne Casey Eddie Cassell Roma Castle I 5- iv Q.- Bud Coate 12 ii ' - L ,l wig fl, N ,, Q - . wit ' ' 5 435 'lu 'lu H5 if V gggggfrir tl I H V ,. ":i 7 1 ' , L - fl ' .. . 'Q - XA l I Steve Fine john Fleming Marcia Frady Sandra Frady Carolyn Frantom Larry Freeman Chris Geist Barbara Hahn Faithe Haines Chuck Hale Forrest Harshbarger Elaine Haworth .. Zh A Q - ' X lu H l 4 H-,f4"W" ll Q- ' N l H l , we w , , l Y A I ,ix ', , W 5' Q l - ., . X ,gy ,.., K rf N' liar, l.55s'g'3f.:-nf' ,nit ' " .... .. C, y W X V y l ly A 5 Y- - , i 6. X I if W err w , F-,til E. I X . , W -2 f R 1 y , . , , , X it Craig Coate Roger Coate Linda Colthar Brenda Coombs Darrell Cress Don Cress jerry Cress Ruth Davidson Eddie Deaton Mary Dershem Ron Ditmer Steve Dix Virginia Doll Kay Driver Bunny Elleman Robert Evans joe Falb Karann Fetters ai, Representing the sophomore class at Homecoming are Bunny Elle- man and Carolyn Morter. Terry Hildebrand Sharon Hinkle Charlene Hirby Connie Honeyman Debbie Hood Peggy Hoover Barbara Hughes Tony Hughes Trudy Jacobson Eddie Jones Jenny Jones Linda Kauffman Gayle Keener Jeannine Kingrey Esther Klepinger Larry Koogler Frank Lawson Sam Lees Cindy Lesher Larry Longenecker Gary Lorton Vickie Lowry Linda Lybarger Diane McBride Bonnie McCarroll Vernon McCoy Jim McCray Linda McIntosh Mike McKee Joanna Magel 98 Glenn Heisey Dave Hellard Judy Helstern Bruce Herz KR? 5,4 1 I o K is : ?V3i i ii' Q- A' 'V an N ' 7 f i-::'- W L -.4 Q w 1 -,ix Fl" , fp.-,FE t, if L i - XM ..:,?. V - , : ,.,,,1 .,,, ,. . .. . .... G. fs - ., I A 4 5-f . l , gf 1 -::: ' "l ll 155515 22.51 nl, 'l 4 Pl 'img 4 I X ,t ' w. . .X . sl , ,i use gp V ,. A. : sii i Xa X af 2 " , W ge: fs.-1 L I t -4? ft wap.- W' ' 'Q ' , . ' 1, s Q, Q ' A ,- K ..,f??'WfH 1 9 1 "':.Ef ':'-zifflgbi ,5 '67 Bob Martindale Jo Miller Marilyn Miller Carolyn Morter Danny Mote Linda Mote Dixie Mowry Earl Mumma Barbara Nartker Melissa Netzley Charles Newman Donna Oakes Vaughn Oburn Karen O'Dell Billy Osman Kathy Overbay Patty Overcash Kathleen Patterson Pam Patterson Becky Pequignot Tim Philpot Doug Peirce Peg Poling Steve Pressel Kathy Puterbaugh Mike Puterbaugh Teresa Pyle Lee Randall Bruce Ream Wanda Recher Ken Rohr Valorie Sanders Monte Sandifer Bob Sarver Gloria Schleiger Bill Sellman Rita Shelley Vickie Shoenberge Bill Siler Chuck Simpson Bonnie Small Brenda Sowry 99 1' af tit? Wa Mgaaas., meme f time 1 WW tu i ft wire -ak' peg 'KF' 'A ii fre , T l ,y a G ,.:. W, - wt, f Af r Q -, . ...A 95 id Ht um :."2'f'afi H n g 'Y' .H 5 H wx w S 41 "., A l me as lim Tj - -'fx me-QM V .. ,,L, Q. 5:23 w ff 1 w ' , 'kby ggi , 41 -5 - , Y , . .5 , .w je 1 , .' l X1 . 'T t: jg' g ' H,at,4t,,- 1 ng' M6 1 Alla. .VI ' if L W Y 'lag Y V in' '7 WIQQAIS . ' M ft , "wg, ' ' , a, H l ,Him my new U fgiigql gpm Q 1 Jkl ' , 1 au f 'L ef 3. M nf -t 5 ,,. Q A 5 ,---' .. V ' g Q 'U' V T .- ,Q N I V X l- g J at it it at ff it E, - egg, EZ. ,wwgi t , , ..r " ZZ- If f w -ffm ii? , v .rw 5 V , A M A ' ' ,..,, 1 ,vii I L 1 Lt ,wa lli1'.Q- , r,:i"... , . X Doug Wright Vicki Sparks Jayne Stepp Karen Sturgeon Peggy Swank janet Swartz Gail Swathwood Steve Underwood Mark Vagedes Bob Voke Ken Wagar Linda Warner Jay Waymire Linda Webb Sandy Webb Delores West Gail WiCk Pam Wick Bob Wolf A few diligent sophomores work on their home- Judy Young Shirley Zellers Karen O'De1l and Peg Poling roam the halls during class time. Aha! caught ya! coming float, I00 Members of the Sophomore Class prepare to serve at the junior-Senior banquet. mam Same 7aaawwl Samba ' OFFICERS: Brent Steiner, Vice-Presidentg Bonnie Enochs, Secretaryg Terry Swartz, Treasurerg Carol Drees, Personal Account Treasurerg Alan Smith, President. Brenda Albaugh David Bach Evelyn Baker Candy Ballinger Kathy Barnes Louis Barrett Sona Beard Mary Lou Biggs Charles Bowling Mike Brandenburg Galen Brewer Pam Brill Keith Brown Linda Brumbaugh Mike Buehler Bob Burch joe Chappie i John Cripe Iona Crow Nolan Cross Tom Davidson Sharon Davis Steve Deleplane Jovita Dick Vivian Dinger Pam Doles Carol Drees Bonnie Enochs Alan Fetters Melvin Frady Last fall the Juniors embarked upon one of their busiest years in high school. Under the supervision of Mrs. Margaret Hartley and Mr. Ralph Loxley, the Class of '66 began earning hours for their senior trip by operating the candy booth during lunch period, working in concession stands at football and basketball games, and sponsoring paper drives. With the title of "Expecting a Victory" the junior Class float placed second in the Home- coming events. They presented their class play "You Can't Take It With You" on April 2, closely followed by the Prom with the theme of "Bon Voyage" on May 8. 5 To at - 4.3:-: 1 11 his Q X J' 1 J l 'nw ' 1 A-f N . ' 'L W Q ,lf W ,w ii l I gig mx ...Q -F. p ,I ' I J ' ., 3 il .K I 'tu .1 i "i" i E ifiiab "" fi 'zzt' tl B t"" "'lf'f :': " 4. yl" :1i.1sii,s ' wg ,B q wp 517511 "jimi-u..e .i'Y U lt . : . Inf df 6 'L - , yi gig 1 1 1, 1 -' 'i x.:rg".. ,'45lfe2v Q in lu MN I, ii il I i X a V ' ' ,. We .. . S if :ggi ,A KL , A Tom Frantz L: M Nancy Gibboney lf 'T' as :-. 5 -I , i2'8'H-- -Jihbffgf , L Y' E: 1. , dn, ' 365' ar.- g" - 1 li i ':, ,, 1 4 'Y Y V I Doug Green ., ,1 ll'5?l3,,H- . ' , W.. , . Q- egg. 3 I Sheila Green as Fl +1 .. Karen Hamilton Jim Hansen Pat Harrington Sharon Harry Beverly Hemmerick Linda Hemmerick l- Q me Stacking lockers seems to be a favorite pastime at Milton-Union. A At ' if 'f " A' 5 V Vivian Dinger and Joyce Sellman clean up after the accident. " f Af' 1 fi? - .9i1",:4 I A "ef-rf 8. s o - g, L. g ' -3-3.2815 P113 -. If' -.11 2 ,. f , i I I iff, J ' 1 - sn- 4 , iiizrilgkfmlfxikgi S 'X i ..,,,,,Q,- a ,N ,.,V.,., 4,7 . ., A .izgz z . , ,, Nw l , l l L' H. zgz 'V XM. ibi- finer A l , at ' gal V , 'V-vi.. , 2 '- X ,1 ' ' ' . . 551- , N 7 .. Q, 'Jax ' H YQ -' f" -S .H V Q K ffl," , Q , ' 11 of :xr ---wg: ,f u 'fm 1 Z -1 f' xi 5 1 ' T- , si Q ' f J . ss, it of it 3 l02 Anita Hess John Hildebrand Dennis Hile Terry Hinkle Kathy Honeyman Karen Hoover Larry Howard Jane Howe Ken Howe Dennis Hunt Debbie Imperial Arlene Ingle 'Ft Kathy Ingram ' Clarrisa Jacobs was Greg Jay "4 ' Mike Jones Darrell Karns -rl Mike Kelly H -9:-af-:it Steve Kerr Q Tom Kessler Fred Kinclell 1 Kenny Kinsey Janice Knisley Steve Knife F ll .,'- :A ik? ii i like 4 1 I '66 Harvey Lambert A- ,A Dean Lehrmitt Khthy Leiser - , -11 ' ,W . Q- i i .- -sf 3 ne Mac 1 me-,. M are .i .. - 1 Y Yfv..tg,., , wx QQ JY Q' 7' P E g 1 , 'QNP Larry lvfanson ' Bernadette Miller Brian Miller Josette Minkner Pat Minkner Tom Minnich Linda Montgomery Jim Morefield we-41, H Marsha Morris Sandy Morris Sandy Murphy jack Myers L. S Kathy Netzley Mike O'Callagan Kenny O'Del1 Nancy Osborn 3 uaz A H Peggy Osman tt b Q 5 Mary Lou.Owens -L Y, Danny Phillabaum D , I Ron Pierce W sg, X-P X if Ted Pierce X Larry Pritchard , '- M 7 1 Wayne Rentz - A '-, --5 Q , Linda Rhoades H "' f ii X Jerry Rich 5 V 'E ' ' A f 1 Mike Ritter Et rldil XV- U llli Steve Robbins ' Sonya Sandifer -6, Linda Sass B- ic " i 'QQ fairs. ,Q I X 2 H , " , ' 4 f- "' H Joyce Sellman . A L M I M k' X ' Sher1Y Seman , ,U A' X if-wx , " , V M' - f 1.4- 2 ' -' , 1, 'i' 1 iioy 1 " be f -PD junior office-practice students discuss many interesting facts before going to class. '03 af5 Diana Shade Linda Shade Steve Shelley Carol Slagenweit Allen Smith Frank Snell Vicki Sollenberger Bonnie Spitler Marvin Spitler Don Steele Brent Steiner Diana Stepp Terry Stickel Dennis Stickley john Strawser Cindy Strohm Terry Swartz Larry Tallman Terry Tallman Alan Tasker Joyce Tipton Daphane Truebenb Sherry VanKirk Mike Watson Sharon Webb Terry Whitacre Brent Whited Linda Whitney Linda Wiant ach M3555 .ji 4 , K Jie L l A V . , . William Witherspoon IO4 f , It v i 1 ' , A 1 nhl! , ,,,, W Q T 'fi ' . 'f i ' il fi , Q gs fiq H52 'E -9' , . H ma , -A . l . W l ' T ll-A r ' fi it it 3 H ,V - A 5211, ,:: ,V v-.9 lx! N A li,-,E-Y l 2 ig i ,, ' . i ., V it f. - ,. ' ' 'K i . -:-:- ' - 1 V. 1 " ,r , . 15 Q '-'tif f lglffqw -51-i , Z " ,z rili iii I , . ' ' 1 i ix it "2-am 2 ,IS ivlgdiqi A. . . kjsigl - " W 1. T or W 41 'f 9 i ' 1- ' 3,3 A , ,. ., 5"-" r g.. K m , .417 i , re: H ,,,i HHM,,ilygQi .Wage 'X X3 ,,i,,iHjH..i Milggm in Dennis Wolfofd A' 7 'T 'S l ,....rx 1 Terry Wright si ' 3- 1 S Trent Wright fl 'wjv 'iqlij ' 'l ,'Q, q'l'l, jack Zellers A. ,N '1 4 , J' xt,-:.V:Vl!4i' ja- 1 V ,Z ,, ky -F, " mx' Q, LL' fr a.. ' 1 . 2 L i Not Pictured: Mary Ann Cress Marilyn Plantz jim Stukenborg Regina Webb Terry Tallman and Steve Kerr work on their projects in art class. A quiet evening at home for the Vanderhoff family. Sophomore Steve Pressel is learning to clean the intricate parts of a typewriter. A few energetic Freshmen work on their first homecoming float. Mr. Martin Vzlnderhoff fBrent Steinerj and Mr. Anthony Kirby fDavid Bachj are in the midst ,of a heated discussion. Vicki Sollenburger and jovita Dick represent the Junior Class by riding their float entitled "Expecting a Victory" which won second place. Mrs. Hartley and a few members of the Junior Class enjoy the Junior-Senior Prom. '05 x CLASS SONG -Moments to Remember The memories of days gone by, The fun we share at Milton-High, We will have these moments to remember The school picnics, the Senior Play, Filled with laughter all the way, We will have these moments to remember Though winter turns to summer, And the present disappears, The laughter we were glad to share . Will echo through the years. The football games we lost and won, The Senior trip and Senior Prom, We will have these moments to remember Though winter turns to summer, And the present disappears, The laughter we were glad to share, Will echo through the years. When other nights and other days, Will find us gone our separate ways, We will have these moments to remember U H -11' '-2: if 1 ' f 1 f ' WX as 11, w,A--:i Q., ,Q1 aw S 1 - 1 gg. 1 .1 M Y 4 ' " 1 1 11 in unffb - Q 11. ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 'JZ XXX X X 1XXX 1 11Xv1 QX 1XXX1 w11X 'XX X1X 111111 . XX111z3:3Wg. 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' 2 M 3-'55, .M ,,.X HWJ4' X111 , X .. 1 S' 1 1225911 QM W mg 'V I 1 1 X 11 X 1111XXX1111XXX1X1 X111g3gL111X111XX11XX1 gX11! 11 X X5 XX11Xiy11 XX11XX111 11 1 fi MX, XX ,,,XXX X 11 11 1 111 1 qw' 1 ' 1 vm: .:::, H 11X1 11 QXX1. 1 X 2 A 11X1XigXi 11 V 1 1 1 X 4? 1:55 X , 11 1 1 X111 HALX 1' 1115. 1 1 PX, ,fs XX XX xx XXX' 1' 1 ifsg ai 1 i4 ,f 11 111 1133 WW- ...,U H1 X33 me 11 11 x1X1 X Q 1 511 " AX 1 1: ... 1 5 15 11: if-Ei L1 7 I 1511 1-1. 111XX.X .EW 1. 1 1 Xu X XA.L,1X 'f ' "W ,1 XXxXgl1. 1 is eauhfz ' eam FIRST ROW: Janice Mprter, Priscilla Sarver, Linda Cripe, Mary- ROW: Bill Campbell, Jim Albaugh, Jeff Elson, Don Kessler, anna Dayhoff, jackie Kiefer, Myrna Hoke, Melody Stowe, Vickie Phil Wagar, Dave Mote, Duane Pierce, Lynn Hamler, Barry Hile, Dolmer, Linda Hart, Dianne Harrington, Sally Kessler. SECOND Russ Hittle, Sara Duebner. With 134 students, the class of 1965 had the distinction of being the largest class to graduate. This year was their busiest and, perhaps, the most important of all as they became the leaders. By taking the major part in the various organiza- tions and athletic teams, the seniors set the pace for the underclassmen and established the tempo of the entire school. Paper drives, candy, magazine, notebook, and lightbulb sales were just a few of the projects to earn money for the senior trip. They built their last homecoming float and presented their last play "The Eager Miss Beaver", and of course, had the expenses of their pictures, announce- ments, and rental of caps and gowns. At long last, dreams of the senior trip became reality. On March 31, the seniors embarked on a five-day trip to Washington, D. C., and New York City, but all too soon it was over and they returned home, tired and dirty, but happy. Shortly after their return they were entertained by the juniors at the junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. Then all at once the big year came to an end. The alumni banquet, senior picnic, senior as- sembly, and practice for closing exercises, and finally graduation. The class flower was a white rose and their colors were lavender and white. "Knowledge Itself Is Power" served as an ap- propriate motto for the class of '65, As they prepare to go their separate ways, we know the memories of Milton-Union will never be forgotten. IO8 eachfz 093064 Wits Linda Fritz, Secretary, Saundra Ganger, Treasurer, Melody Stowe, Historian, Russ Hittle, Hours Treasurer, Skip Tyson, President, Den- ver Crowell, Sergeant-at-Arms, Gary Lightner, Reporter, Scott Ream, Vice-President. in I fn 1 V IQ. JI ,Y - , .isa ' mu ' ' Z I .W I 4 'Wig N J . .. ,, K Au LINDA LUCILLE ADAMS XWILLIAM RICHARD LEE ABSIRE JIM L. ALBAUGH YK? Sas Q22 ,fi ' L 353. 5' 4 an m 1 REVA BAKER RICHARD LEROY BAKER TERRY ALLEN BARTON ROY EUGENE BELDEN KENNETH LEE BEVERLEY ELISABETH VERONIKA BINGEL we N W ffm5N.C.,f f-251 ' I H3ff I I 'WM"'i Q I ,xwgq 'IIO9 y an 1 In , I.. . Hi., ,I ,,, I I MICHAEL EUGENE BODIKER CHARLES JOSEPH BOHSE BRADLEY DALE BROWN LARRY PAUL CADDY JOHN ALAN CASEY DAVID ALLEN COX JOYCE LYNN BRANDT ,ws , YT BILL CAMPBELL DONNA SUE CRESS , ,Q-f. wa: wrsfsx: 3151 ' , . , . ,I K 'I LINDA SUE CRIPE DENVER RAY CROWELL MARYANNA LEE DAYHOF1' Linda Fritz, Deloris Doll, Terry Victor, janet Smith, jane Williams, and Bill Campbell sell candy to earn hours for the Senior trip. Neil Lehman, Dave Cox, Terry Barton, and Craig Minnich work industriously on one of the Senior's paper drives. 4355129525 fiizsm NANCY JANE DEATON LARRY MARK DEHUS GARY LYNN DITMER TONI LYNN EHLERS FRED B. ELLEMAN VICKIE LEA DOHNER M DELORIS JEAN DOLL SARA J. DEUBNER TERRY LEE ELLEMAN CHARLES STEVEN ELLIS E 51:27 X' DAVID RAY ENGLE 4-H-H CORBY LEE ENOCHS DIXON RAY FOLKERTH VICKIE LYNN FURLONG JEFFREY WILLIAM ELSON RICHARD LEE EVANS LINDA SUE FRITZ MARY LOUISE OSMAN FULTON Lzwi-11QJb:': 9 2' 5 3 4 ,I Mg- 1 SAUNDRA JEAN GANGER x 1 ' ww"Hw'm :sw :ssews " 'A H ,, H ,H 12 ab- I I DIANA LYNN HAMLER BARRY LEWIS HILE w'Q-'iw 1: - 'N EE WE- CHARLYN ELAINE GILBERT STEVE JAY GRISE -fx-,QQ DIANNE HARRINGTON RUSSELL XWILLIAM HITTLE, JR. 'STM fi: LINDA ELAINE HART PATRICIA CATHERINE HOFFMAN 'S a MYRNA FAYE HOKE Jon Reece helps put the finishing touches on the Senior's float-"Wheel Have a Victory." LINDA JEAN HONEYMAN ROBERT I-EE HUGHES GENEVA JUNE JEFFERY MARY ANN JONES Reva Baker, Janice Morter, Angela Rogers and Jane Williams help Mr. Kyser sort the Senior's aptitude tests. E :gg-1 gains V 1 1 f 'HM 11 W gf- gm - WV v :rw E, RICHARD KERR DONALD E. KESSLER, JR. SARAH JANE KESSLER Zh Y Qi ..,,, . : gf JACKIE LORRAINE KIEFER semi was w 1121521 1,55 , 3 DONNA EDITY KISER JUDITH GAIL KRUG JUDY ANN LAYCOCK 4 I 5. W . gh.. H6 Q 'U' -I'5m,"'!,EJig,.,'L NEIL KENT LEHMAN X , egimwf.-I '-fffasisgsaw A iN?- mul: 151: , , if ,WL-E1 Eigim mn H H- - u , W H, , .mmm A ffiii. ix ., GARY LEE LIGHTNER DEXTER LANE MANNING TIM E. MANSON 22 Lf' . E li Y vf--f":L-35 fm-- , . , ,,,K,,.. N., UMR THOMAS E, MCDONALD GARY TIM MCDOXWELL RETA ANN MCGUIRE JANIS LEIGH MCKENZIE EARL JAY MERGLER A RAYMOND NOEL MILLER JANICE RAE MORTER DAVID RICHARD MOTE DOUGLAS WARREN MINKNER CRAIG H. MINNICH Patti Mote and Janice Morter represented the Senior Class on their float entitled "Wheel Have a Victory." PATRICIA ANN MOTE TERRY LEE MOWRY x RAYMOND N ASEMAN JANIE SUE O'DEI.L VERNON DUANE PIERCE PATRICIA N EVUMAN A 'U GEORGE ALAN PATTY JOHN LEE PLANTZ DON EUGENE OAKES DON L. PAULUS RICHARD LEON PUTERBAUGH I My , X42 JANICE SUZANNE PYLE JON ALAN REECE ANGELA FRANCES ROGERS BILLY J. RAY ROSEANN LOUISE ROGERS LL! ROY SCOTT REAM BETTY MARIE ELIZABETH RHOADES DENNIS LEE ROHR ,sig 1 3, W, -' I .3551 BN VIE: -1 ' V' M T Zi? 'S L ,QI - , L I .... Li .... L.. E DON JAY ROSS CAROLYN SUE SASS DEAN ALLAN SHADE JIM CRAIG ROUCH I. MARCIA JEAN SAGE PRISCILLA JANE SARVER BETTY JEAN SHANK JOHN RUSSELL SHELLHAAS AI sv M rw' vv 2 E M 2? WTI- hm -E. ROBERT CLEO SHILT 'W W-ACL. 7 +153 v if f,, W RAENELL SHROYER S - 55222125 u fm' Li ffffiiiigsi -Q 2:-Q' .L Mya, .I RONALD WAYNE SILKNITTER M I is W BEVERLY ANN SMITH JANET SUE SMITH JOSEPH EDWARD SMITH KATRINA IRENE SNELL GALEN LEMARR SPITLER KAREN KAY STICKEL .56 -I. H1 ,sw , Qs: I i Jil, 'Li' f LOWELL ERWIN STOCKSTILL MICHAEL DAVID STOLTZ The Seniors prepare to leave from Union Station on their long awaited senior trip to Washington, D.C., and New York. JAMES MICHEAL STUKENBORG JAMES E. THOMPSON .E .-. ., QE'-W - -- kv, :.,w.U 'em 'vu at MELODY LOU STOWE JAN HERBERT STRAWSER TERRY DALE THOMSON Q rv JM , SM Im Una mei Hwgf 'ww . W ,.,.. ,v,A.. .. M., QW 3552 VICKI ANN TRUITT MARK ALAN TYSON STEPHEN A. UI-IRIG '- M mf. ' sf!" I N ,1x,Q1W,Q,Ml 3 4 f mi Hx ARLENE ROSE WAGNER TERRY LYNN VICTOR PHILIP DEAN WAGAR CAROLYN JEAN WASHUK I as ' w xii: 52:-xx " " w 2221222 fi CAROLYN LOUISE WEBB KATHLEEN LOUISE WEBB WENDELL DAVID WEBB CAROLYN JUNE WEBSTER ' an 1 fw.. ,I , , Y I t t t l Q i A t H Q 1 g . 4, , 5 ' x Skip Tyson, Linda Cripe, Priscilla Sarver, and Scott Ream were elected to Girls' and Boys' State this year. MARILYN JEAN WEBSTER HAILA RHEA WHITCHER N. wig, " ', . I eee TED R. WIANT JANE DARLENE WILLIAMS :sie ' f ' Dexter Manning gives his monologue of a Karate Expert in Speech class. Fritz Elleman and Neil Lehman work intently on a Physics experiment. A I26 ,WV E 3 U.. XM mi, xx I W5 v H 'W -- -H- al I I JUDITH IOLENE WILSON QQ? MR. RAY ,DILEY Advisor MR. JAN THOMPSON Advisor Sf' , 'I 54 ii Seniors anxiously await the leaving of the train for Washington, D. C., and New York. Janice Morter, Carolyn Webster, and Phil Wagar measure the focal length of a mirror in Physics class. I Linda Adams, Judy Laycock, and Betty Shank make flowers for the Senior float. ' .exam irfmsg. Joyce Brandt and Betty Shank look over the typing speeds. Seniors Dianne Harrington and Mike Stoltz were crowned king and queen of the Prom. I27 'Y --jews ' .Wye K W , gre: 5,75 :t eg- . , ,wg - Us 21 eff:-',1' F K M- 4, '- 5, ,f.,1.-Ars' qv" Q I f' . ,f o - ' 2. ., -4- L ,iles-Ir? Jan Strawser, shown here with his prize-winning sheep and trophies, is Milton-Union's FFA Star farmer for 1965. Senior awards at Commencement were trophies to the Vnledictorian and Salutatorian, and to the senior boy and girl who has achieved the most during their high school years. iii, ikffsli' A , ,, Fa 'xx I rl. -g Seniors solemnly march in for the last time to receive their diplomas. Galen Spitler, Ken Beverly, Larry Dehus, jon Reece, Richard Baker, Denver Crowell, and Doug Minkner. Tim Manson gives u smile and Z1 sigh of relief as he receives his diploma from Mr. Ivan Seaman, President of the Board of Education. mv 'Q Girls' and Boys' ensembles sang very in- spiring songs'at Commencement. 'is 3 E ws Patti Mote, Carolyn Webster, and Nancy Deaton. A Seniors patiently wait for their turn their diploma. to make the long march to receive QQ -A H . B: -.E K Cf! Wx nm 4 7:3 L17 l , Q , 'Ui Scott Ream gives the Welcoming Address at the Commencement Unable to attend classes. his senior year because of injuries sustained in a summer auto accident, jim Rouch was tutored at home by Mr. jack Adams and proudly received his diploma with the rest of his classmates. exercises. Priscilla Sarver, a 1965 graduate of MUHS, her mother, Mrs. Sarver, her grandmother, Mrs. Harlicher, and her great-grandfather, Mr, Hale, represent four generations of M-U alumni. Duane Pierce delivers the speech on the Senior's class motto- Knowledge Itself Is Power. l3I ADAMS, LINDA LUCILLE ABSHIRE, WILLIAM RICHARD LEE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. ALBAUGH, JIM L. FFA 1, Football 1, Miami Scholar- ship Team 2, Student Council 1, 2. BAKER, REVA Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, FBLA 2, Library Staff 2, 4. BAKER, RICHARD LEROY Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play. BARTON, TERRY ALLEN Basketball 1, Football 1, Wrestling 4. BELDEN, ROY EUGENE BEVERLEY, KENNETH LEE Chorus 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 3, 4, Wrestling 3. BINGEL, ELISABETH VERONIKA Chorus 4, GAA 4, Pep Band 4. BODIKER, MICHAEL EUGENE Tennis 3, 4. BOHSE, CHARLES JOSEPH FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4. BRANDT, JOYCE LYNN GGA 4. BROWN, BRADLEY DALE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, Tennis 2. CADDY, LARRY PAUL Band 1, 2, Pep Band 1, 2. CAMPBELL, GILL FBLA 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, FFA Treasurer 3. CASEY, JOHN ALAN Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Base- ball 2, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Cross Country 3, High School Play 2, 3, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. COX, DAVID ALLEN Chorus 2, Baseball 4, Cross Country 2, 3, JCOWA 3, 4, Senior Class Play. CRESS, DONNA SUE Chorus 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4. CRIPE, LINDA SUE Chorus 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Drill Team 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team. CROWELL, DENVER RAY Class Treasurer 1, Sergeant- at-Arms 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Varsity M 2. l32 DAYHOFF, MARYANNA LEE Chorus 4, Dramatics Club 1, FTA 1, 3, 4, Reporter 4, JCOWA 2, Library Staff 3, 4, High School Play 1, Junior Play 3, Senior Scholarship Team. DEATON, NANCY JANE Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Li- brary Staff 4. DEHUS, LARRY MARK Chorus 3, 4, Vice-President 4, JCOWA 4, Senior Class Play 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Varsity M 3. DITMER, GARY LYNN Football 1, 2, 3, Track 3, Wrestling 4, DIX, RICHARD THOMAS DOHNER, VICKIE LEA Chorus 1, 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA 1, Honor Society 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, TACA 2. DOLL, DELORES JEAN FBLA 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Library Staff 2, Office Work 4. DEUBNER, SARA Chorus 3, 4, Librarian 4, Dra- matics Club 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Bowling 4, Volleyball 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Vice-President 4, High School Play 1, Miami Scholarship Team 2, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. EHLERS, TONI LYNN Dramatics Club 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Junior Class Play 33 Student Council 1, 2, TACA 3, Class Representative 1. ELLEMAN, FRED B. FTA 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Wrestling 4, JCOWA 4, TACA 4, Manager, Athletic Team 3, 4. ELLEMAN, TERRY LEE FTA 1, 2, Track 3. ELLIS, CHARLES STEVEN Chorus 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Baseball 4, Track 2, 3, Cross Country 2, Wrestling 3, 4, JCOWA 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Science Club 3, TACA 3. ELSON, JEFFREY WILLIAM JCOWA 3, 4, Miami Scholarship Team 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Science Club 1, 3, 4. ENGLE, DAVID RAY Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4. ENOCHS, CORBY LEE EVANS, RICHARD LEE FFA 4. FOLKERTH, DIXON RAY Annual Staff 4, Dra- matics Club 1, FTA 3, Basketball 1, Football 1, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, High School Play 1, Miami Scholarship 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, 3. FRITZ, LINDA SUE Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Class Secretary 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Majorette 4, FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Gymnastic Team 1, 2, Class Rep- resentative 1, 2, 3, Homecoming Attendant 4, High School Play 1, 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, TACA 2, 3, 4. FULTON, MARY LOUISE OSMAN Dramatics Club 2, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Bowling 1, TACA 3. FURLONG, VICKIE LYNN FBLA 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, GAA 1, Office Work 4. GANGER, SAUNDRA JEAN Class Secretary 2, Treas- urer 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Homecoming Attendant 1, Class Representative 2, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 1, 2, 3, Office Work 4. GILBERT, CHARLYN ELAINE FHA 1, 2, 3, His- torian 2, Second Vice-President 3, Bowling 3, 4. GRISE, STEVE JAY Band 1, Class Secretary 2, Bas- ketball 1, Golf 2, JCOWA 3, Science Club 4. HAMLER, DIANA LYNN Dramatics Club 2, 3, Drill Team Co-Captain 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, JCOWA 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, High School Play 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Stu- dent Council 2, TACA 3, 4. HARRINGTON, DIANNE Chorus 1, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Bowling 1, JCOWA 2, 3, 4, High School Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, TACA 4. HART, LINDA ELAINE Dramatics Club 2, 3, Drill Team Co-Captain 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastic Team 2, Basketball 3, 4, Bowling 4, Volleyball 3, 4, JCOWA 2, 3,' 4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, High School Play 2, Senior Class Play 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, TACA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. HILE, BARRY LEWIS Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 2, 3, 4, High School Play 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3, Miami Scholar- ship Team 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Varsity M 2, 3. HITTLE, RUSSELL WILLIAM, JR. Class Personal Accounts Treasurer 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Miami Scholarship Team 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Varsity M 2, 3. HOFFMAN, PATRICIA CATHERINE FBLA 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4. HOKE, MYRNA FAYE Senior Scholarship Team 4. HONEYMAN, LINDA JEAN FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 4. HUGHES, ROBERT LEE JEFFERY, GENEVA JUNE FBLA 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 3, Office Work 3, Miami Scholarship Team 2. JONES, MARY ANN Band 1, Cheerleader 1, 3,-4, Dramatics Club 3, Vice-Ptesident 3, Gymnastic Team 2, Homecoming Queen 4, Bowling 4, JCOWA 3, 4: Secretary 4, Junior Class Play 3, TACA 2, 3, 4. KERR, RICHARD Band 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, JCOWA 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, Junior Class Play 3, Science Club 1, Varsity M 3, Tennis 4. KESSLER, DONALD ELSWORTH Football 2, 3, Wrestling 3, JCOWA 3, 4, Reporter 3, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4, Miami Scholarship Team 3, Science Club 4, Varsity M 3. KESSLER, SARAH JANE FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Recorder 3, President 4, Junior Class Play 3, -Senior Scholarship Team 4. KIEFER, JACKIE LORRAINE FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Re- porter 2, Second Vice-President 3, GAA 1, Library Staff 1, 2, Office Work 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. KISER, DONNA EDITH Chorus 1, FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Second Vice-President 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Library Staff 1, 2, Office Work 3, 4. KRUG, JUDITH GAIL Chorus 1, Dramatics Club 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Office Work 3. LAYCOCK, JUDY ANN Chorus 1, Office Work 2. LEHMAN, NEIL KENT Chorus 1, FTA 1, Baseball 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, TACA 2, 3, 4, Varsity M 3. LIGHTNER, GARY LEE Class Reporter 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, High School Play 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3, Varsity M 3. MANNING, DEXTER LANE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Director 4, Science Club 4. MANSON, TIM E. I33 McDONALD, THOMAS E. McDOWELL, GARY TIM Baseball 3, Football 1, 2, JCOWA 3, 4, TACA 3, 4, Manager, Athletic Team 1. MCGUIRE, RETA ANN FBLA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Library Staff 1, 2, 3, Office Work 4. MCKENZIE, JANIS LEIGH Chorus 4, FBLA 4, Office Work 4, Scholarship Team 4. MEROLER, EARL JAY chorus 1, EEA 1, 2, 5, 4. MILLER, RAYMOND NOEL MINKNER, DOUGLAS WARREN Chorus 3, 4, Track 4. MINNICH, CRAIG H. Football 1, 2. MORTER, JANICE RAE FTA 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Secretary 4, TACA 2, 3, 4, Sweetheart Hop Attendant 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Class Representative 4. MOTE, DAVID RICHARD Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Golf 1, 2, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager, Athletic Team 2, 3, Science Club Pres- ident 4. MOTE, PATRICIA ANN Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 1, Class Representative 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. MOWRY, TERRY LEE Basketball 1, 2, Football 3. NASEMAN, RAYMOND Science Club 4. OAKES, DON EUGENE FFA 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Football 1, Track 3. O'DELL, JANIE SUE FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, FTA 1, Bowling 3, 4, Office Work 4. PATTY, GEORGE ALAN Band 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Science Club 1, Varsity M 3. PAULUS, DON L. PIERCE, VERNON DUANE Band 1, 2, 33 HOUOY Society 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Wrestling 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Student Council 3, 4, Varsity M 3, Tennis 3, 4. l34 PLANTZ, JOHN LEE FEA 1, 2, 5. PUTERBAUGH, RICHARD LEON Football 1, 2, Manager, Basketball Team 2. PYLE, JANICE SUZANNE Dramatics Club 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Volley- ball 2, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, High School Play 2, 3, Senior Play 4, TACA 2, 3, 4. RAY, BILLY FFA 4. REAM, ROY SCOTT Class Vice-President 1, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Baseball 4, Bas- ketball 1, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track 2, 3, High School Play 3, Junior Play 3, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, Student Council 4, Varsity M 2, 3. REECE, JON ALAN Chorus 4, Football 1, Track 2. RHOADES, BETTY MARIE ELIZABETH FBLA 3, 4, FHA 1, 4, GAA 1, Bowling 1, 2. ROGERS, ANGELA FRANCES Cheerleader 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Drill Team 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Gymnastic Team 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, High School Play 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Student Council 2, 3, Reporter 2. ROGERS, ROSEANN LOUISE Chorus 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Work 4. ROHR, DENNIS LEE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Football 3, 4. ROSS, DON JAY Band 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, JCOWA 4, President 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Miami Scholarship Team 2, 3, 4, Varsity M 3. ROUCH, JIM CRAIG Class Sergeant-at-Arms 1, Cho- rus 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Varsity M 2, 3. SAGE, MARCIA JEAN Chorus 1, Dramatics Club 33 FTA 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Bowling 2, 4, JCOWA 4. SARVER, PRISCILLA JANE Cheerleader 1, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Drill Team 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Gymnastic Team 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. SASS, CAROLYN SUE FBLA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Bowling 4, Library Staff 2, 3, Office Work 4. SHADE, DEAN ALLAN Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 3, Baseball 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Pep Band 3, High School Play 3, Science Club 2, 3, Varsity M 2. SHANK, BEI IY JEAN FBLA 3, 4, Library Staff 3. SHELLHAAS, JOHN RUSSELL Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2. SHILT, ROBERT CLEO Basketball 1, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, JCOWA 4, High School Play 3, TACA 2, 3, 4, Varsity M 1, 2, 3. SHROYER, RAENELL Chorus 2, FHA 1, GAA 1. SILKNITTER, RONALD WAYNE SMITH, BEVERLY ANN Drill Team 2, 3, 4. SMITH, JANET SUE Band 1, FBLA 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Historian 4, Office Work 4. SMITH, JOSEPH EDWARD FBLA 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 3, FFA 1, 2, Library Staff 1, Office Work 3, 4, Senior Class Play 4, Baseball Manager 2. SNELL, KATRINA IRENE Chorus 1, Office Work 4. SPITLER, GALEN LEMARV Chorus 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, Baseball 3. STICKEL, KAREN KAY Chorus 1, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Drill Team 3, 4, Treasurer 4, FTA 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, JCOWA 4, High School Play 3, Sweetheart Hop Attendant 3, 4, TACA 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4. STOCKSTILL, LOWELL ERWIN. Band 1, Track 1, Junior Class Play 3, Miami Scholarship Team 3, Science Club 4, Varsity M 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4. STOLTZ, MICHAEL DAVID Dramatics Club 2, 3, Baseball 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 4, High School Play 3, Miami Scholarship Team 3, Science Club 3, 4, TACA 2, 3, 4, President 4, Varsity M 2, 3, Tennis 3. STOWE, MELODY LOU Cheerleader 1, Chorus 1, Class Historian 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, JCOWA 3, Library Staff 4, High School Play 1, 2, 3, Senior Play 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4, TACA 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. STRAWSER, JAN HERBERT FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Re- porter 3, Sentinel 4. STUKENBORG, JAMES MICHEAL Baseball 4. THOMPSON, JAMES E. THOMSON, TERRY DALE Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4. TRUITT, VICKI ANN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4. TYSON, MARK ALAN Class President 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Varsity M 1, 2, 3. UHRIG, STEPHEN A. Basketball 1, Football 1, 3, Track 1, Science Club 1, 3, 4. VICTOR, TERRY LYNN Football 1, 3, Miami Schol- arship Team 2. WAGAR, PHILIP DEAN Annual Staff 4, Editor 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 4, Golf 4, Tennis 2, JCOWA 3, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Basketball Manager 1. WAGNER, ARLENE ROSE Chorus 1, 2, 33 FHA 1, FTA 2, Bowling 1, 3, Office Work 3. WASHUK, CAROLYN JEAN' Class Treasurer 2, Dra- matics Club 1, 2, FBLA 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, FTA 2, GAA 1, 2, Office Work 3, 4, Sweetheart Hop Attendant 1. WEBB, CAROLYN LOUISE FHA 1, 2, 5, President 3. WEBB, KATHLEEN LOUISE FBLA 5, 4, GAA 4, Volleyball 4, Library Staff 3. e WEBB, WENDELL DAVID Science Club 4. WEBSTER, CAROLYN JUNE Chorus 3, 4, Secretary 3, FTA 3, Science Club 4. WEBSTER, MARILYN JEAN Chorus 3, FBLA 3, 4, Office Work 4. WHITCHER, HAILA RHEA GAA Bowling 4. WIANT, TED R. FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Track 1, Library Staff 3, Office Work 3, 4. WILLIAMS, JANE DARLENE Chorus 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4. 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H H My W 7 wasnt 1 H H iii .H 3, ,H ,HH 13-WWW H HH 5,1 11,5 . n ever f H HW wi gief NW W H Q .T.,, I BERRY'S ENGLEWOOD PHARMACY ARNOLD'S INSURANCE Englewood, Ohio Soufh Miami Wes? MiI'I'on, Ohio . 'li- xs ,I CAL BEARD YOUNT'S POWELL STUDIOS CLOTHING AND SHOE STORE Dayion, Ohio 7 NOFII1 Miami Wesf Milfon, Ohio I39 Xi I IE MONTC-JOMERY'S WATCH SERVICE NORTHMOOR DRIVE-IN I Soufh Miami 5I58 Sou'I'h Dixie Drive Wesf MiI'Ion, Ohio Tipp Cify, Ohio SCRANTON'S FOODLINER SALEM FURNITURE Sou'I'h Miami Englewood, Ohio Wesf Milion, Ohio ENGLEWOOD DAIRY QUEEN DON'S PIZZA Englewood, Ohio Englewood, Ohio I40 I I FLINTS IGA Englewood, Ohio X FLI NTS HAMBURGERS Englewood, Ohio , ' "' T111 ' sew " --211 ,msn 1 ' , .1 f ,vv 1 11 11 1111 11. M 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 15105 1 5i,1111 1 1 11 , I . 1,.. in 3111 A1 73. W. W , .1 - 1 ,5 - wif 11 A . ,111 EVERMUR VILLAGE Frederick Road Wesf Milfon, Ohio 11 ROY H. MILLER FUNERAL HOME 82I Soufh Miami Sireei Wesi' MiH'on, Ohio Exiro Curricular... Exfro Treo!! ASI i n 1 B' 'rr l 'ir' I if-i g ghi I , , ci lg . ,L vm, ,,:.- fix, f Boy A L ,,,- ' ' Z 5 X, ',.: .,.,' HAMBURGER HIE of rm-youmfhi5p'i ei BAKER'S RADIO AND T.V. FRISCH'S SERVICE 5I5 Norfh Elm 6l4 Soufh Miami Wes+ Milfon, Ohio Troy, Ohio DON 8: DlCK'S NEW AND USED MERCHANDISE 2I Norfh Miami MART Wesi Milfon, Ohio Wes? Milfon, Ohio fr'ln.,e11 3 ' l X X - ya HlNE'S HARDWARE KENNY'S DRUG STORE AND ELECTRIC SERVICE I9 Norfh Miami Union' Ohio Wesf Milfon, Ohio '43 W? W ROARK'S FURNITURE Laura. Ohlo 'NX ,,--Yi ' V! 1 1 :QQ :sw - ' " Y' W w..2i5g9.g..NN 3Q..',g.. Myxxgg.. H .. gy.. H QQ. "Q 1 L has WEST MILTON I-UMBER ENGLEWOOD READY MIX l85 Hamilion Sfreei' Engnewood' Qhio Wed Milfon, Ohio HALE-SARVER FUNERAL HOME Norfh Miami Sireei '44 Wesi Milfon, Ohio .. ANDERSON'S BARBER SHOP PHOTO SPORTS CENTER 5 Norih Miami Miami Sfreef Wes? Milfon, Ohio Wes? Milfon, Ohio ' ' ' wiv: - NA.. " , BONNER EZELL FORD BULLDOG PIZZA AND RESTAURANT 50'-'Th Miami Miami S'l'ree+ Wesf Miiion- Ohio Wesi' Mil'I'on, Ohio I45 HUSTON HARDWARE COMPANY I0 Norfh Miami Wesi' Milion, Ohio X zz MEL'S SERVICE STATION Soufh Miami Wes'I' MiI+on, Ohio MR. "BUD" PRITCHARD NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE Ludlow, Ohio I46 KROPLIN JEWELERS I05 Norfh Miami Wesf MiII'on, Ohio R. W. NORRIS OLDSMOBILE COMPANY 690 Souih Miami l Wesi' Milion, Ohio SHADE'S FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCE STORE 9 Soufh Miami Wes? Milfon, Ohio WHAT DOES A COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE MEAN TO YOU? Gold Key Realty, a truly complete real estate service offers a competent staff of experienced personnel to help you select your new home with confidence and assurance Gold Key Realty offers a combnnatron of benefits the NEW HOMES DIVISION of the Gold Key Family represents the finest resldentral develop ments rn the Dayton area wrth homes pnced for every Income and fmancmg tailored to your require ments For those famrlres who are planning on movmg Into a better home Gold Key Realty offers a trade program to solve the problem of drsposmg of your present home If you wrsh to sell your home or fund a resale property, Gold Key Realty s RE SALE staff and creative advertising program wlll help you If you re just thlnklng about movmg let our staff appraise your property without fee Our COMMER CIAL 8: INDUSTRIAL DIVISION handles land development, fmancmg arrangements, Ieaslng ap prarsals and property management Members Dayton Area Board of Realtors Ohlo Assocratxon of Real Estate Boards National Association of Real Estate Boards GOLD KEY REALTY owth through servlce and competence Wenger Road Englewood, Ohio Telephone 836 5148 I I . ' , - DIVISION with a knowledgeable aggressive sales I s I 1 o D l . r . X ngr ' fl l 'HSM W MILLER BROTHERS GRAVEL COMPANY West Milton, Ohio DEBRON HOMES YATES REALTY I95 Emericli Wesl Millon, Ohio CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK 303 Soulh Miami Wesl' MiI+on, Ohio I48 5 Ll.:-Q-H: Q , ar.- I iii' 5-Eie 2 Y-w e I 'X-1 , ' " .- ,. ' I V ,. , U"fer:- A :'-- ' -nf-J ,Q , Y, e L- 2 -Y .Q....-, e, ,, MILTON FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN I02 Nor+h Miami Wesl' Milfon, Ohio The I965 ECHO STAFF wishes Io fhanlr every- one who has helped Io malre our annual possible. We would especially Iilce Io express our appreci- afion Io fhe adminisfralion and facully for 'Iheir coqperafion Ihroughoul 'Ihe year, and +o Cal Baird of Powell Sludios and Mr. Roberl Arnold 'For 'Iheir excellenl pholographic worlr. Last buf by no means Ieasf, we also 'lhanlc our subscribers, palrons, and adverlisers, who supporled our boolc. 79 A. W. DeFRANCES, O.D. ............ West Milton BERGER LUMBER COMPANY ...,. ..,.... E nglewood C. E. STOUT, M.D. .................. West Milton CAROUSEL BEAUTY SHOP ..... West Milton D. 8: E. SUNOCO SERVICE ..... West Milton DAIRY QUEEN ................... West Milton DICKEY'S CLEANERS ....... West Milton FOGLE'S MARKET ..................... ........ K essler FRANK DELAPLANE, D.V.M. ...... West Milton HENDRICKS 81 SON, CONCRETE ..,. .... E nglewood HUNT'S GROCERY ................................................ .......... L aura J. L. HAMMOND, MD, and K. 1. FAZE, M.D. ....... ...,. W est Milton K'S HAMBURGER SHOP ..............,....................... ............... T roy KESSLER PLUMBING and HEATING ...... West Milton LAIR'S MARKET ....,.......,........,...,........... West Milton LAURA RESTAURANT .,.... ............. L aura MABELL'S DRESS SHOP .................. West Milton MILLER'S DEPARTMENT STORE .,.. West Milton NETZLEY'S MOBILE HOMES ..,... ..........,,. L aura NORTHMONT PRESCRIPTION ,. Englewood PLATER'S SERVICE, INC. ......v .. Englewood R. W. HOLMES, D.D.S. .,....... West Milton RICHARD E. EHLERS, C.P.A. ..... West Milton ROBINSON-HAUSER, INC. ........,..., .,,..... ..,...,.,..., ....,.,........ T r o y SLIM AND DON'S PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE .... Frederick STAYMAN 8: SONS, IRON 8: METAL, INC. ........ Troy TROY LUMBER COMPANY ........................... .... T roy UHLMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE ..... ..... T roy WARD JONES CHEVROLET, INC. . . .. .......,.. , Laura VILLAGE DRESS SHOP .................... West Milton Vowlex to 5 Abshire, Rick ..,.. --,,,.. 5 1, 109 Acton, Mark .,....Q ,,,1,.,...., 3 6 Acton, Nikki ...... .,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 9 6 Acton, Shelley ,A,, ,,,,-------,-,444. 9 2 Adams, Linda ,,,.. ..,,.,.l 1 09, 127 Albaugh, Brenda ,,,,,, 52, 43, 101 Albaugh, Jim ............ ..... 5 1, 108, 109 Albaugh, Marilyn ,,,,,,,v,,,A,.AA,. 86 Aldora, Joyce ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,4., 3 9 Allen, Mike Allen, Rebecca ..... ,,,,, 8 6 Allison, Charles 11 l,,,, 86 Anderson, Mike 1. ,.,,, 92 Anderson, Rick .,...... ,,,,, 8 6 Antonides, David ...., 86 Applegate, Leroy .... 86 Arnett, Ellen ......... ...,, 8 9 Arnett, Karen ..,.. ..... 8 9 Arnett, Mary ,.... ,,,,, 8 6 Arnett, Patricia ...,. ...., 8 6 Arnold, Mary .,... ...., 8 6 Bach, David ,,.,,-- 32, 40, 54, 101, 105 Bach, Mark ......... ,,,,.....,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,, 8 6 Bach, Ted ..t,,,.....,. ....,.......,c1......,,....,,,. 9 2 Bailey, Donald ..... .... 8 6 Baird, Janice ,.,.1. ,,...... 8 9 Baker, David ..... .... 3 6, 96 Baker, Doug ....,.... ............... 9 6 Baker, Evelyn ...1.,,... ..,V. 4 7, 101 Baker, Gerald Lee ....... ....... ................................ 8 9 Baker, Karen ..,.,. ........................ 4 2, 92 Baker, Reva .,...,.. 50, 52, 53, 109, 115 Baker, Richard ...... ............................ 3 6, 48, 109 Baker, Robert ,.,,,, ....,,,.,.i...............-.,,. 8 6 Ballinger, Candy A... 32, 46, 1.01 Bare, David ...,........ ...............---- 9 2 Barnes, Buddy ...1....... ..,..,............-,-- 3 6 Barnes, Kathy ......,........ ...... 5 2, 53, 101 Barnes, Rebecca Lynn ..... ...............-. 9 2 Barnhart, Sherry ........ ....-1------ 3 6 Barrett, Carolyn ......,. ---,---..------ 9 6 Barrett, Louis ......... -.----- 6 5, 101 Barton, Tawni ....., ......- 4 2 96 Barton, Terry ...... ---.--- --------------Y 1 0 9, 111 Barton, Tom ,...... ....,1t-.,-----wvv,,-1-----1-,'Y---'--1,-- 9 6 Beard, Sona .,.... 32, 47, 43, 50, 101 Becher, Gary .,,,.,.... -.------.-------------------'--f,-'---- 3 6 Becher, Paulette ..... -,----- ----'--- 4 2 , 49, 96 Belden, Kathy ,,,,1... ....,.,,........ 8 6 Belden, Roy ...,..,.,... ......- 1 09 Bernheisel, Fred ....... ----- 3 6 Bernheisel, Lois .... 96 Berry, Christina .1 ..-.... -.-,- 3 9 Berry, Diana ....,.... ---1-----s-,----- 9 6 Berry, Judy ,,,.1... ....... 4 6, 50, 96 Berry, Julie ..... ---.--------------- 8 6 Berry, Mike ,...,... ---1----1----,-- 9 6 Besecker, Jay .,,c......, ---- 6 9 96 Besecker, Rhonda -------- S6 96 Best, Doug .... .........,. I50 Best, Kevin ....,... Beverley, Ken ....., Biggs, Mary Lou ..... Biggs, Rebecca .,., Bingel, Elisabeth ...... Bissett, Terry .r,...,, Blackmore, Arthur Blackmore, Bonnie Blackmore, Gay ..,... Blackmore, Kirk 1, Blackmore, Sherry Blanton, Berry ...,...,. Blanton, Jerome ....,.. Bodiker, Barbara Bodiker, Mike ..... Bohlender, Lynn .1 Bohse, Charles ..... Bohse, Edward ...... Bohse, Mary Ann ..,... Booher, Kenny ...,... Booher, Patsy ....... Book, Alice .1,..,.. Bouck, Connie ..,.. Bowling, Arnett 1, Bowling Charles 1, Bowling, Margaret Bowman, Bradley ,.,,,.. Bowman, Robyn ...... Bowman, Yvonne ....,,, Bowser, George ,.,. Bowser, Sandra ...... Boyd, Larry ,.,..,.. Boyd, Steve ,,.,...... Brame, Belinda ........ Brame, Patty ................. Brandenburg, Mike Brandt, Barbara .... 36, 60, 62, 109 111111 47, 55, 101 47, 92 32, 36, 43, 55, 109 1111111111111 96 1111111111 86 111 46, 50, 96 111 53, 54, 96 1111111 96 1115o,96 111.54,42,96 1111111 110 11111111 96 1111 48, 110 .111111 96 11111 89 111 86 96 96 11111 86 111 78, 92 101 11111 86 111111 86 1111 42, 92 1111111 86 111136,42,92 111111111 89 11111111 51, 96 1111111111111 86 11 52, 46, 50, 92 111111111 60, 101 1111111111111 86 Brandt, Jim 1...1,...11.1. ....-.,,..,-.-... 2 9, 69, 70, 97 Brandt, Joyce ....... .........--------------- 7 , 109, 127 Brane, Linda ...1....1.,..... ...... 6 , 31, 36, 43, 49, 53, 97 Breidenbach, David ...... ................---.------,------------- 3 9 Brewer, Galen ....... ........,-----,----,- 3 6, 43, 101 Brewer, Marilyn --------------.- 52, 92 Brill, Becky 111.......1... Brill, Pam ................ Brown, Bradley 1111..1 Brown, Carol ..1... Brown, Keith 111,11 Brown, Mary 1......1.111 Brown, Terry .11.1...1.1,.. Brumbaugh, Gene Brumbaugh, Linda Brumbaugh, Scott Bryson, Christina 11 Bryson, Mike .1..1..11. Buckner, Dewey Buckner, Thelma Buehler, Mike ..11.. Burch, Bob 1.1....,.... Burch, Debbie .111111 Burke, Joe 1111.111 Burke, Sheryl .1..... Burke, Suellen .111111 Burkey, Brenda .11. 11135,45,47,1o1 110 51, 101 86 52, 53, 101 89 78, 92 101 51, 101 53, 97 92 92 92 Burnside, Dixie .,..... Burnside, Philip Caddy, Doug ..,,... Caddy, Judy ...,... Caddy, Larry ...... Campbell, Dehus, Larry ......... Cain, Bob ..,....... Cain, Larry ...... ..,..... Callicoat, Steve ,..,...r., Campbell, Arbutus Campbell, Bill .,.... Campbell, Charles Tim ........ Clark, Betty .......,.. Ditmer, Caplinger, Linda ...... Carroll, Bill ....... Carroll, Tom .......... Carver, Bernard .,.... Carver, Patty Carver, Sharon Casey, Alan ...... ...,.,. Casey, Lynne ..., Cassell, Eddie ..... Cassell, Pat ..,..,.... Castle, Roma ...... Castle, Sandra r......... Cha ie David PP, 7 ----w-- Chappie, Joe ...... Chappie, John r,,rr,,,,. Christian, Chuck ....... Clark, Bridget ...... Clinefelter, Diane -C- 36, 42, 47, 111 32, 92 86 97 92 110 97 97 97 86 .nN.46,92,108,110,l11 28, 58, 39, 65 ff"i5Q"69',"'9'5, , 66, 67, 68, .11. 55, 42 111111, 32 47, 89 92 86 92 97 89 110 97 97 89 97 86 .11. 40, 101 86 86 86 50 . 89 .D- Darst, Debbie .....,.. ....... .......,.,.,. 8 9 Daum, John ......, ,.,, 7 8, 92 Daum, Virginia .,..,.. ..,,,.,., 8 9 Davidson, Ruth ,,.... .....,... 9 7 Davidson, Torn ,.,,.. ..........,,,,,,,,,,, 1 O1 Davis, Richard .,r,, ..,rr,.,V,,,,,,,r,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 2 Davis, Sharon ......,.... ...,.................,.. 4 3, 52, 53, 101 Dayhoff, Maryanna ............ 36, 38, 47, 52, 53, 108, 111 Deaton, Eddie ..,...... ....,.,......,.,....,r,..,....,...,,,. 3 6, 97 Deaton, Melinda ....... ........................................... 8 6 Deaton, Nancy ...... DeFrances, Mike ...... Delirances, Rick ...... Dehus, Roger ,,..,,.. Delaplane, Steve .... DeMint, Delbert ...., Dershem, Mary .,.... Deubner, Sara .,,.,,,. Dick, Joe ........... Dick, Jovita ...,.. ....... 2 8, Dickey, Debra ...... Dickson, John ...,.. Diehl, Patricia ..... Dietrick, Jim ..,. Diley, Judy ....... .11. 56, 50, 52, 55, 111 1111111111111111 89 Dillon, Lynn ........ Dinger, Vivian ...... Ditmer, Gary ........ Ditmer, John ........ Ron ..... Coate, Barry .,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Coate, Bud ..,....,.. ,.,..,, 6 1, 97 Coate, Craig ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Coate, Jim ............ .,.,,,,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Coate, Melanie ........ ....,, 2 8, 42, 44, 58, 92 Coate, Rex .......... ,,,,..,,......,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 8 9 Coate, Roger ......,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4, 96, 97 Coate, Steve ......, ,.,..,,,. 7 8, 92 Coatney, Bill Collins, Clyde ...... .....,,,,,,,,.. 8 6 Colthar, Linda ,..,. .,,,,,,, 4 6, 97 Colthar, Bill Conner, Jo Lynn 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89 Coombs, Brenda . ,,,,,,,,,, 46, 50, 97 Coppess, Karen ...... ,...,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,., 8 9 Cox, David .......... .,..... 3 8, 48, 110, 111 Cox, John ....... ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Cress, Darrel ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7, 151 Cress, Don ....... ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Cress, Donna .,..,,. ,,,,,, 5 0, 110 Cress, Jerry ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Cress, Joe .,..,......, ,,,,,,,, 8 6 Cress, Mary Ann Cripe, David ..... .................,...,.....,,.........,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Cripe, John ........,.,,..,,..,.,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,, 40, 101 Cdpe,IJnda ............ 55,47,55,54,108,111,125,150 Cross, Nolan ..................................,,.....,...,.,,,.,,, 65, 101 Cross, Verlin .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Crow, David ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Crow, Iona ,..... ..,..,,.,...,,,,,,.,,,.,,..,,.,, 5 2, 53, 101 Crow, Pam .,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Crowell, Denver ............ 36, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 108,111 Cunagin, Terry ..,..,., 1 . ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89 Curtis, Paul ......,,, ,,,,,,, 9 2 Dix, Georgia ..... Dix, Richard .,... Dix, Steve ....... Dohner, Jon ...,. Dohner, Vickie .,.,... .. ..... 56,48,55,54,108,112 Dohrman, Kathy ..... Doles, Pam ..,.,.,.,,., Doll, Delores ,,.... Doll, Virginia ..,,. Drees, Carol ......... Drees, Harold ...... Driver, Donna .... Driver, Kay ,,,,.., Eastridge, Geraldine Ehlers, Toni .......,... Eichmyer, Jennifer .1111111.78,92,94 .111.56,58,48,111 1111111111111 87 .111111111. 101 1, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87 .1111111111111111111 97 36,43,47,48,53,108,112 .1111111111111111111 89 32, 40, 43, 58, 101, 105 .1111111111111111111 87 ,.... 52, 55, 92 1111111. 87 11, 51, 92 .1111111111, 87 .11111111111111 89 111.46,52,55,1o1 111111111111 112 111111111111 92 .11 97 111 87 53 .1111111.52,40,45,101 111.45,52,55,111,112 .1111111111111111. 42, 97 .. 52, 40, 47, 55, 54, 101 -E- .1111111111111. 32, 92 111. .11 50,97 11111111 87 .1111. 47, 112 Elicker, Elleman, Hope ......... Elleman, Eddie 11.... Elleman, Fritz ........ Elleman Terry ,.,... 111. 28, 42, 92 Bunny ......., ....................... 3 2, 42, 97 .. ...1..,.............................1..... 89 111.48,49,6o,62,112,126 Ellis, Steve ........ Elson, Amy ...,. Elson, Jeff .......... Elson, Mike ...... Elvey, Pam ....... Elvey, Willimn ..1.... Engle, Dave ....... Engle, Elaine ......... Engle, Judy Engle, Winifred ...... Enoch s, Bonnie ...... Enochs, Chris ......... Enochs, Corby .....,. 11.111. 38, 59, 48, 112 1111111111111 89 11111.48,108,115 11111111111. 55, 93 .11. 42, 44, 58, 93 11111111111 87,88 111. 111 32, 113 111.52,4o,47,101 113 I5lf Enochs, Roger Evans, Dick ....... Evans, Robert ....... Evans, Vicki ,.,..... Everhart, Mark ...... Ezell, Roe ......... Falb, Joe ,..,........ Farrar, Crystal ., Fellers, Bobbie Fetters, Alan .......... Fetters, Karann ..... Fine, Doris ..i...,. Fine, Jeffery ..... Fine, Karen ...,... Fine, Steve .,....,,. Fisher, Beth .......... Fisher, Danny ..,...., Fleming, John ..,.,... Flint, Jerry ......... Fogle, Mitchell .. Folkerth, Dixon Forbush, Kathy ,..,.. Forman, Carol ........ Foster, Torn ...... Fourman, Eddie Foy, Larry ..,,.,.,t.,.., Foy, Patricia Frady, Marcia ....... F rady, Melvin ...... 51, 113 51, 97 89 58, 87, 88 -F- 97 89 93 101 35, 42, 97 87 87 69, 70, 97 89 97 93 45, 113 89 87 89 93 78 46, 97 101 F rady, Sandra ...,... 32, 48, 97 Frantom, Allen ,,...... ................... 8 7 Frantom, Carol .. .......... 46, 97 Frantom, Gail ........ ................ 8 9 Frantz, Dennis ...... .,..,........ 8 9, 90 Frantz, Tom ,,.,..... ....... ..., ..... 2 0 , 69, 102 Freeman, Larry ................................................ 69, 70, 97 Friedrich, Cindy ..............,.1.....,......,,......,,....... 34, 42, 93 Fritz, Linda, ,,,,,,.,.... 51, 54, 38, 39, 45, 46, 108, 111, 113 Frost, Diana ....................,...............,,.......... 42, 47, 93 Fryman, Lee .......... . ............,..............-----------. 51, 93 Fulton, Mary .....1...... -------,-. 1 4, 113 Furlong, Cathy ...... ....... ..--------',A 5 0 , 93 Furlong, Vickie ....... ................. --.--. 5 2 , 53, 113 Ganger, Sauhdra Garber, Joy ,...... Garner, Cathy Garner, Gary .... Geist, Christ ....... Geist, Cindy ..,,.. Gents, Judy ...... Gilbert, Charlyn -G- 43,5 2, 53, 108, 114 97 28, 32, 54, .H- Hahn, Barbara ..,.... .,,.,,. ,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Haines, Faithe ....... ........... 2 9, 97 Hainline, Trudy ..,., ,,,.,,,.,........,,,.,,,,. 9 O Hale, Charles ........... ...... 4 7, 48, 69, 97 Hale, Emma Jean .... ..,..................... 8 7 Hall, Glenda ..,... ............ 9 0 Hall, Marilyn ....... ....................... 9 0 Hall, Ron ,,,,.,...... .,.,,,.,.,....,.,......,..,.. 7 8, 93, 94 Hamilton, Karen ..... ..........,................. 3 1, 35, 40, 102 Hamlet, Lynn ....... 34, 38, 47, 48, 49, 108, 114 Hamler, Shirley .1 .... .,,....,..........,...,..,..,.. 2 8, 58, 93 Hammon, James ...... ...............................,............ 8 7 Hangen, Debbie ,.,,.. ,..... 3 2, 93 Hangen, Michele ..,..... .......,......,........ 8 7 Hansen, Dorothy ........,......,..... 89, 90 Hansen, Jim ...,.,,.,,... ........... 6 0, 65, 68, 102 Harley, Sharon .......... ............ 3 6, 47, 53, 93 Harrington, Dianne ........ Harrington, Patrick ....,.. Harrison, Eileen ..... Harry, Sharon ............ Harshbarger, Forrest .. 29, 35, 38, 47, 48, 49, 108, 114, 127 102 42, 44, 93 47, 102 47, 97 87 Hart, Eugene ........... .. .,... .. Hart, Gary ....,... Hart, Linda .....,. Hartley, Mike ...,... Hartley, Steven .....,,, Hatfield, Clarence Haworth, Elaine .... Hawse, Roy ........ Heckman, Eston ,,... Heisey, Glen ....... Heisey, Paul .,,... Heisey, Ron ,,,,,,.,. Hellard, Dale ....... Hellard, Dave .... Helstern, Judy ,.,....... Helstern, Marjories .. Hemmerich, Bev .,.,.. "'m"34Q' 87 38, 44, 48, 49, 108, 114 . 93 Hemmerick, Kathy ...... ....................... .,....-....-..---.-- 3 7 Hemmerick, Linda ...... ....... Hemmerick, Paula ...1.. Hendrix, Joyce ....,,. Herman, John ...... Herz, Bruce ......., Herman, Carol ..... Hess, Anita .,1.........,. Hildebrand, John ....... Hildebrand, Larry Hilderbrand, Sandy Hildebrand, Terry .. Hile Bar , fY -------,-----a- Hile, Becky ,.......... 50, 97 87 87 36, 98 90 53, 78, 93 90 48, 98 32, 36, 53, 98 90 35, 43, 102 35, 40, 43, 53, 54, 102 87 28, 32, 43, 54, 102 87, 102 50, 93 51, 98 60, 62, 108, 114 28, 36, 42, 58, 93, 95 Gibboney, Nancy ...... ........ 5 2, 53, 102 Hile, Dennis ...... -.-------------------- 2 0, 102 Gilbert, Linda ,.,..,. ,,,,....,,.,....,,,, 8 7 Hines, Dennis ....... 8--------- 3 7 Ginn, Bobby ......., ........ 8 7, 88 Hines, Mary .... ------------ 9 3 Gordon, Bobby ....,.. .....,,...,...,. 9 0 Hines, Mike .... ---v 5 1, 95 Gordon, Janie ,,,,,.,,, ...,, 4 2, 53, 93 Hines, Ronnie Green, Danny ......, ..........,.. 8 7 Hinkle, Gary ........... ---f-'8'------'------'- 8 7 Green, Doug ,,,,,, .....,., 1 02 Hinkle, Sl'1arOr1 ...... -------------- 3 2, 53, 98 Green, Sheila ,,,,,, ...... 1 02 Hinkle, TCIIFY ....... ------ 3 63 47, 49, 102 Green, William ....... ......... 9 3 Hinkle, Velva ----- ------------------------------------ 9 0 G1-egg, Debra, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Hlfby, Cl13.flCI1C ..-.-- -----------------f-- 3 6: 45: 43, 98 Gfise, steve ,..... ...... 5 3, 114 Hittle, Russ ..-.-. ----- 2 8, 55, 60, 62, 108, 114 Gross, Bobby ,,,, ..........,. 8 7 Hobbs, Glen Gutwein, John .... .,.----- 9 0 H0bbS,l0C l52 Hoff, Doug ....... Hoffman, John ......w ......AA........A..... Hoffman, Patricia .......... -...... 1 4, Heisington, Lawarence Hoke, Myrna ................ Holmes, Dianna ...... Honeyman, Connie ...... Honeyman, Jane ....,..... .. Honeyman, Kathleen Honeyman Hone man Phyllis Y 1 Hood, Debbie ............. Hoover, James ....... Hoover, John ....,.... Hoover, Karen ....... Hoover, Mike Hoover, Peggy ...... Horner, Michael ,.,..,. , Linda ...... i Hornick, Scott ......... Howard, Larry .,,.,, Howe, Jane .............. Howe, Ken .,..........,,. . Hufford, Christine ........ Hughes, Barbara .,..... Hughes, Bob ........... Hughes, Jean ,,,... Hughes, Tony ........ Humphrey, Betty ..,,, Humphrey, William ...., Hunt, Dennis ,.,,, 1 Hurley, Brenda ...... Hurley, Linda . 1 . Hurley, Roger ..... Huston, Steven Iddings, Karen ...,,.. Iddings, Rebecca . Imperial, Bill ............ Imperial, Debbie . Ingle, Arlene .,,......, Ingram, Kathy ......., Jacobs, Clarissa . 1 Jacobson, Trudy ...... Jay, Greg ...,......... Jay, Jim .........Ya,...., Jeffery, Geneva ...... Johnson, Jennifer .... Jones, Eddie ........, Jones, Faye Lynn ,,.... Jones Jennifer 1 ...,....,....,..............,....... 1 46, 98 Jones, Mary Ann ,....... ..... 6 , 30, 38, 48, 49, 58, 115 Jones, Mike ............ .......................,. 4 9, 60, 102 Jones, Nelson .,,,,. Jones, Philip ......, Karns, Darryl ..,,.. 1 Karns, Peggy ,,.,,,,,,,,. Kauffman, Beverly 1 Kauffman, Keith ..,,.. Kauffman, Linda ,..... Keener, Charles ,..... Keener, Gayle ..... Kelly, Diana .,,,... Kelly, Mike ...i... 56, 93 46, 52, 55, 54, 114 108, 115 111111. 87 46 98 'fffffff ....,.. ' 1 87 50, 52, 55, 102 43, 115 'mfff ....,,,,. 47, 93 42, 49, 98 87 32, 87, 93 46, 52, 53, 102 28, 35, 42, 93 . ,,,,,,,,,,...1 87 111111.102 ,11.50,102 40, 102 29, 36, 42, 48, 98 11111111111111.115 ,HU11111111111 87 111 18,56,98 .111111111. 90 111.49,55,60,102 87 87 90 87 88 .11. 36, 43, 44, 93 90 .11111111111111. 14, 102 40,45,46,52,55,102 1111m11m111.55,52,55,102 11. 50, 52, 55, 102 111111.52,56,47,98 Hnn.32,40,54,49,102 .111111111111111 90 .111111111 46,115 11, 42, 50, 87 .11111111 98 . .. ................................... . 90 87 1111111111 102 .111111111111 87 11111111111111 87 ,11. 51, 78, 95, 94 .11111 45, 55, 98 .1111. 42, 49, 98 .1111111111111 87 111.28,4o,6o,102 Kelly, Pat .,.... Kelly, Larry ..,, Kerr, Dick ...,. Kerr, Steve ,,,,. Kessler, Don ....... Kessler, Karen ..,,,,. Kessler, Sally ...... ........................ Kessler, Tom ..... Kiefer, Bill ...... Kiefer, Jackie ...,, Kinclell, Bruce ..... Kindell, Don ,............ Kingrey, Jeannine ,...,,, Kinnison, Priscilla ..,.... Kinsey, Ken ,,... . ,,.,, . Kinsey, Nancy ........ Kinsey, Tom ..,,.,, Kiser, Donna ...,. 14, Kiser, Lois ............ Klabunde, Kathy .... Klabunde, Mark ..,,...., Klepinger, Bobbie .....,. Klepinger, Ester .,,.. Klepinger, Rose ....... Klepinger, Tom ...,...... Klipstine, Cristine Knife, Dale ......,...1.... Knife Don ............ Knife? Scott Knife, Steve ........ Knisley, Janice ...........,,.. Kochersperger, Gregg ..,... Koogler, Larry ..,..,.,....,... Kopp, Wayne ..,............ Krug, Dennis .,.... ....... Krug, Judy ........ Lambert, Harvey ,,,,., Lambert, Joan .... Lane, Raymond .,..,, Lavey, Greg ....... Lavey, Rick .,......... Lawson, Frank ,,,... Lawson, Gene ...... Laycock, Judy ...,... Lees, Sam ......... Leffler, Joe .......,.,. Lehman, Neil ........ 78, 93 111111. 65, 66, 116 111111111 102, 104 58,47,48,108,116 .1111111111111111111 90 38, 108, 116 15, 40, 55, 54, 102 93 .11111 46,108,116 1111111111. 90 .11. 45, 55, 102 , ,,,..,,, 50, 98 .111111111 90 11. 48, 102 .1111111.90 1 .,....,..,, ,,.,,, 90 . 1,46,52,116 .111111111 87 1111111. 90 ,. .,,,.,,,.,,..,. 87 11111111111 87 11. 47, 48, 98 .11111. 50, 93 11111111 87 90 ,11,87 .1111 87 .11. 90, 102 .11, 45, 105 .1111a. 90 .1111 98 111 78,93 111. 105 .111 116 Hd,69,I03 93 111 87 111.87 111111.90 111,51,98 116 J27 ........... 98 .11111111111111111111111 87 .11.48,60,63,111,116,126 Lehrmitt, Deane ..... .....,.........,......,.. 4 O, 69, 103 Leonard, Debra .....,. ....,1..,...........,.....,..,,......., 8 7 Lesher, Cindy ......,..... ................. 4 2, 98 Libengood, Debra .... ..........,...,.,........,.. 8 7 Lieser, Kathy ..,......... ............................ 3 2, 40, 43, 103 Lightner, Gary ......, ,...,.....,.1.,,..1........... 6 5, 67, 108, 117 Lightner, Linda ............ 28 36, 42, 44, 45, 93, 94, 95 Litton, David ........... ......................................,,.. 7 8, 93 Loeb, Valerie .,......,,... ............ 8 7 Longenecker, Bernie ...... .... 7 8, 94 Longenecker, Larry ..... ..,. 4 8, 98 Longenecker, Steve ..... ...1 2 2, 90 Lorton, Gary ......... ...,. 9 8 Lorton, Sandra ..... ........ 8 7 Loving, Sandra ...... .....,...... 8 7 Lowrey, Vickie ......, ....., 5 O, 98 Lucous, Jerry .,... .... 1 8, 90 Lukens, Eddie ..,..,.,.. ....... 7 8, 94 Lybarger, Linda ........ ........ 4 6, 98 Lybarger, Patricia ..... .....,..... 9 0 I53 Macy, Jayne .......,., Magato, Gene ,,..... Magel, Jo Anna ...... Manning, Debby ....... Manning, Dexter ....... Manson, Tim ..,..w.. Manson, Larry ........ Martindale, Bob ....... Martzall, Doug ..,,, McBride, Diana ..... McCarroll, Bonnie .. McCarroll, Larry ..i...., McCarroll, Mike ,. McCoy, Jan .,.,,.,,...., McCoy, Vernon ..... McCray, David ..,.,. McCray, Jim ...... McCray, Paul .,r...... McDonald, Nancy McDonald, Tom ..,.... McDowell, Gary ....... 52, 55, 103 78, 94 34, 42, 46, 49, 98 55, 47, 94 117, 126 117, 129 60, 105 69, 99 .1..... 42, 47, 48 ,5s, 98 90 69, 98 90 56, 98 87 117 48, 117 Mumma, Earl ., .. Mumma, Joyce ...,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -...,--,--,. 9 0 Murphy, Sandy -.,..... ......,. 5 5, 50, 52, 55, 105 Myers, Jack .,....... Myers, Linda ....... Myers, Sheila ......, Nartker, Barb .....,.. N aseman, Ray ..... 94 42, 29, 56, 47, 48, 99 Netzley, Carol ,.,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,,, 3 7, 88 Netzley, Kathy ..... ,.,,, 2 8, 33, 34, 40, 43, 54, 103 Netzley, Melissa .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 2, 43, 99 Netzley, Scott ...,...,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 7 Newman, Charles ,,,,,,,,,,, 32, 99 Niles, James .,........ Noller, Susan Oaks, David .... Oaks, Don ........... Oaks, Donna ....... Oburn, Karla ..,,.., 90 51, 94 119 46, 50, 99 MCI-Iugh, Gary McGuire, Joseph ,,,,,,,, ,--,--,,--,-.,.----------,---,----, 3 7 Opufni Vaughn, -6-A-- ----''---------'---A---4---s---- 3 2, 99 MCGUlfS, RCM. A1111 46, 50, 52, 53, 117 O,Ca11aghan' Mike """ """" 5 41 601 61, 62, 651 103 Mtouife, Wanda ,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 0C0f1f1ff, Nancy ------ --.----9----.-9--------------.----...... 9 0 Mdntosh, Linda ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 7, 48, 98 05151 Robert '----'-9,--9 --,---..f,.-----------.s,.,4-.-,.---. 9 4 McKee, Mike -,,,,,,,, ----,.---,-,--,-,---,,,- 5 1, 98 O,De1l, Janie ....... ...... 4 6, 52, 55, 119 McKee, Patsy ...,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6, 94 Open, 1039 ---- -------------------------'--- 9 0 McKenzie, Janis ,,,,, ,.,.... 3 6, 46, 52, 53, 117 O,DeHf Karen ---------- ------ 3 2, 42, 48, 99, 100 McNelly, Jill .,..,, ...,,....,,................. 9 0 013611, Ken -'--------- -----------.---------------- 1 05 Mergler, Earl .,,......... .....,. 5 1, 117 Osbomy Matthew ------ -------------------------- 9 0 Mi115115at1t, c1t61 ....... ........... 9 4 Osman, PQQSY '-'-e--6 --'--'- 4 61 105 Miihlbach, Diana ,,,., .,..................,,,, 8 7 Osman' B111 '-"--- 3 -'---- ------5--'- 6 9, 99 Miihlbach, Terry --.--,'- .--.-..-----'l..-..---'-----. 9 4 OStCHdOff, Tommie .,,,... 42, 50, 94 Miller, Bernadette ....1 ....... 5 2, 40, 47, 105 Outland, lohfl ----4- ---'------+----- 8 8 Miller Brenda ,,,.. .,.........,....,...1.... 8 7 Ove!-bay' Kathy ""' ""' 5 0, 99 Mi11er3Brian --,-,4'-', ------,-,,,,- 1 03 Ove-rcash, Pat ...... ...... 4 6, 99 Miner, candy ........... ........ 4 2, 94 Owens, Lefha ----'-- --5-------'--- --------- 9 0 Miller, Jacqueline ..,.....,., 99 vp- Miller, Joy ............. ........ 8 7 Miller, Marilyn ........ ........ 9 9 Pass, Ed ,,,,...,.1.,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 Miller, Raymond ....,, ..1...,...... 1 18 Patterson, Kathleen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42, 47, 99 Minkner, Bruce .,,.. ........................,... 9 O Patterson, Pam ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 2, 36, 43, 43, 99 Minkner, Doug ..,.. ............ 2 1, 35, 118 P21ffCrSOn, Pam M. . ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 94 Minkner, Josette ....... ........... 3 2, 40, 43, 46, 103 Patty, George .,,..,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 19 Minkner, Pat .......... ..... 3 5, 43, 47, 52, 53, 103 Paulus, Arleen ...... ,,,,,,, 9 0 Minnich, Craig ...... ........................... 1 11, 113 Paulus, DOH ......... ...,. 1 19 Minnich, Joy ........... ......... 3 1, 34, 36, 42, 94 Paulus, Eileen r.... ,,..1. 9 O Minnich, Randy ........ ..........................-. 9 0 P31111-IS, Sheryl ....... .....,. 8 8 Mifmich, Tom ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 O, 55, 54, 103 Paulus, Timothy ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Mishler, Candace ........ ...................---.----- 9 0 PHUIHS, Wi1mCr 51, 94 Montgomery, Linda ...,.. 43, 52, 53, 103 Pequignot, Becky .. ......... 99 Mofefield, Jim ,,,,,,,.,, ................ 5 1, 103 Pequignot, Belinda ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 Morris, Charles .,.,.. ...................w....----9.---- 8 7 Perry, Betty Jo ..... ..,.. 5 O, 94 Morris, Marsha ............ ....... 3 2, 47, 53, 103 PENIS, Faunda ...... ........ 9 0 Morris, Sandra Kay ...............,.....,.....,........ 47, 50, 103 Phillabaum, Dan ........ ,,.. 1 03 Morris, William ..........................,..,..,,,......,,........,..,..,.. 90 Philpot, Tim ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 9 9 Morter, Carolyn ...........1.... 28, 29, 35, 42, 43, 49, 58, 99 Pierce, Danny ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 Morter, Janice ....,... ...,. 3 8, 43, 49, 108, 115, 118, 127 Pierce, Doug ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 9 Mote, Dan ........ .............,......,....,........ 5 5, 96, 99 Pierce, Duane ,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,, 5 3, 54, 108, 119, 131 Mote, Dave ....... ............ 4 5, 53, 55, 108, 118 Pierce, Pam ..,,. ..............................,. 9 0 Mote, Dennis ..... .....,.,..,............,,,... 8 7 Pierce, Ron ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 5 1, 103 Mote, Linda ..,..,. ...,.........., 2 8, 54, 99 Pierce, Ted ...,,...... ..... 5 1, 103 Mote, Patti ......,.. .............. 3 6, 118 Plantz, David ....... ..............,......,..,.,.......... 9 4 Mote, Scott ...... ................... 7 8, 94 Plantz, John ...... ...................................... 1 19 Mowry, Dixie ....... ....,. 4 2, 46, 49, 99 Poling, Peg ............. ..... 3 2, 42, 44, 48, 99, 100 Mowry, Terry ....... ............... 5 1, 118 Polson, Richard ...... ............,.........................,. 9 O l54 Pool, Jonathan ....... Potts, Charlene ........ Potts, Terry .......... Pressel, Steve ......Y. Pritchard, Larry ........ Pritchard, Linda ..... 111111111111111 87 .111.51,45,50,52,55 111111111111111.94 11.52,47,55,99,105 .111111111111.105 11. 55, 50, 94 Schleinitz, Schleiger, Schleiger, Schleiger, Schockey, Schockey, Schockey, Schoenber Jerry ....,,. Gloria ....., Kenny ...... Lloyd ..,.... Velma .... Wilma ....... Yvonne ....,..... 11. 32, 94 ,11,5o,99 m1.88,99 .11 51, 94 .11. 95 .11 95 ss 111 as Puterbaugh, Cathy ..... .......... 4 6, 99 Puterbaugh, Dick ,,..... ...7----- 1 19 Puterbaugh, Mike ...... l...............,..------.-.- 9 9 Pyle, Becky .........55..... .9V.......5.,---,--.------ 4 2, 94 Pyle, Janice ...... Pyle, Teresa ..,... ,5., 111. 58, 39, 47, 49, 119 56,46,47,49,99 ..R.1 Randall, Lee ........... -----.----. -4 99 Randolph, Janice .,...... .....,, 4 7, 94 Ray, Bill .................. --.--- 5 1, 119 Ray, Robert ,.............,.....,.,...........,,.............-.--.,,.-,-- 90 Ream, Bruce ........................................-.---.------ 69, 70, 99 Ream, Scott ....,.,. 28, 60, 63, 65, 66, 68, 54, 108, 119, 125, 131 Recher, Wanda ....,..,.............,...,.........,.....,,,.-.,....-.-- 42, 99 Reck, Denise ....... Reece, John ,,,...,... Reece, Rebecca ...,.... Reisert, Karen .,,,,, Rentz, Wayne ...... Schoenberger, Vickie ..... Schumann, Jennie .... Schwartz, Tanna ...... ger, Frances ..... . . 99 11111,.11 88 11. 42, 53, 94 Scott, Dixie ........... .............. ......... 4 2 , 94 Sellman, Bill ..... .,.,.,,,,..,,......,,,........,..... 9 9 Sellrnan, Joyce ..... .....,............. 5 0, 52, 53, 54, 103 Sellman, Tom .............,...,......,,............,.,,.,,.,.,.,,,....,,.,.., 91 Seman, Sherry .........,.. 29, 32, 40, 43, 47, 53, 54, 103 Shade, Chris ..... ..........,....................,,.,....,.....,.,.... 8 8 Shade, Dean ,..,... ..,,.............,..... 6 0, 63, 65, 66, 121 Shade, Diana ....... ................... 3 6, 104 Shade, Doub ,......, ,,......,.,,,., .... .,.. 9 1 Shade, Linda ............ ...... 55, 43, 104 Shaffer, Jesse Joe ...... ,,......... 5 1, 94 Shank, Betty .......... ..... 4 6, 121, 127 36, 115, 119 Siler, Bill ,,.. .......,. Rhoads Betty ...... Rhoads, John .,,.,. Rhoads Kathy Rhoads Larry ......... Rhoads, Linda Rhoads, Sharon Rhoads Tom ...... Rich, Jerry ....... Riedel, Cindy ...... Ritter, Mike .,....,..,.. Robbins, Steve ....,.,. Rockwell, Bruce Roe, Benetta ....... Rogers, Angela Rogers, Karen ......... Rogers, Rose Ann ..,... Rohr, Dennis ..,...,... Rohr, Kenny ,,,,., .111111,. as .1111.6o,10s Nn.46,5O,120 90 .11145f 52, 55, 103 103 1111111111 .111 42, 94 111111111111111111111 103 .11. 49, 60, 61, 65, 64, 105 111. 55, 56, 58, 45, 115, 94 120 Shank, Nancy ...... Shaurer, Kristie ..,,.,.. Shaurer, Steven Shaw, Donald ....... Shelley, Rita .......... Shelley, Steve ....., Shellhaas, John ..,..... Shilt, Butch ..............,... Shortridge, Collette ........ Shroyer, Christina .,.,... Shroyer,. Rae Nell ........ Silknitter, Carolyn ....... Silknitter, David .,,,... Silknitter, Ron ...... Simpson, Charles ..... Simpson, Elizabeth ...... Sizemore, Ruth ....... 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Spencer, Larry 35, 100 95 I55 Spitler, Bonnie ..A.. ,4.,. 5 2, 53, 104 Spitler, Connie ,, ,,.,,,,.,.,4,,,,AA 50 Spitler, Ellen .,.,, ,,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,.4,,.,.,., 3 3 Spitler, Galen ,,.... ,,,e,e ,,,,,e,,eeee,,,, 3 6 , 122 Spitler, Marvin ..... .,,,,,, 4 5, 46, 52, 53, 104 Stager, Debbie .... ,,,,,1,.,,,.,11, 4 7, 95, 42 Staver, Darryl ..... ,,,.,,.,.,,,..,.,,,,,,1,,,,,, 8 S Steele, Carolyn ..,. ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Steele, Donnie .,.,., ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,.1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 04 Steiner, Brent ........ 32, 40, 101, 104, 105 Steiner, Pam .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Stepp, Diana ,...,. ,,,,,,. ,,,1,,,.1..,.,,,,,,,,,.,1,1,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0 4 Stepp, Jayne ..............,...................,..................... 42, 100 Stickel, Karen .,,e.,Vv,.e. 35, 38, 39, 43, 48, 49, 122 Stickel, Sue .,,,.. .,,,,,,,.,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 3 2, 43, 95 Stickel, Terry ....... ,,,,,,, ,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0 4 Stickley, Donova .,.,,, ,,,1,,,,,,,,1,, 8 8 Stine, Steve ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,1,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6 , 95 Stockslager, Vicki ....... .........................................i.,., 9 1 Stockstill, Lowell ..... ,.,..,,.....,.,,..,,....,..,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,, 1 23 Stoltz, Mike ........ ..... 2 9, 49, 60, 64, 123, 129 Stowe, Jim ...,,.. ,,.............,.,......,,.,.,........,.,,,,..,,, 9 5 Stowe, Melody ...... ....... 2 8, 38, 49, 52, 53, 108, 123 Strain, DoDell ..,,. .......,......,.,...,,.,..,,,,,.,.,..,,,,-,-,,,,, 8 8 Strawser, Jan .... ...,.........,............ 5 1, 123, 128 Strawser, John ...... .......,.........,,,.... 1 O4 Strawser, Judy ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8 Strohm, Cindy ..... ....... 4 6, 52, 53, 104 Strohm, Fred .,.,,....,, ,.,..,.,...,,,..,...,. 7 8, 95 Stukenborg, Jim ....... .,,... ' ,..,....,.,..,,.,, 1 23 Sturgeon, Karen ...,.. ,,,.... 1 00 Subler, Keith .,...... .,... 9 1 Subler, Virginia ....... ...,..... 8 8 Swabb, Mike ........ ..,......... 8 8 Swank, Elmer ...,.,. .....V,,.,...... 9 1 Swank, Peggy ........ .........,. 3 2, 100 Swartz, Janet ........ .................... 1 00 Swartz, Terry .......... .,,.... 4 0, 101, 104 Swathwood, Gail ..... ..,.... ..........,.. 5 0 , 100 Swigart, Gary ....... ................. ............ 5 1 , 95 -T. Tackett, Pam ..... ....... ................ 8 8 Tallrnan, Larry ,...,, ........ 6 0, 104 Tallman, Terry ....... ...... 4 9, 104 Tasker, Alan ......... ........ 1 04 Tasker, John ..... ..... 9 5 Tasker, Susan ...... ..... 8 8 Thomas, Jim .,.....,.,. ...... 9 1 Thompson, Denny ...... ...... 8 8 Thompson, Jim ....,..... .........,.... 1 23 Thompson, John ....... .................. 9 5 Thompson, Kathy ...... ...................... 8 8 Thomson, Terry ...... ...... 6 5, 67, 123 Tipton, Joyce ............. ...... 4 5, 50, 104 Trader, Harold Truebenbach, Danny ...,., .., 5 2, 88 Truitt, Janie .................. .... 3 2, 91 Trnitt, Vicki ....,..................................,.......,..... ...,.,.. 1 24 Trusty, Dennis Tyson, Mark ,....,,.,... 60, 64, 65, 67, 108, 124, 125 .U- Uhrig, Steve ............. ....... ----- 5 5 , 124 Underwood, Patricia ..... Underwood, Rodney Underwood, Steve ........ Underwood, Linn ...... I56 48, 100 95 Vagedes, Mark Vagedes, Scott ,,,.., VanAcker, Gus Vandertouw, Elly VanDyke, Bonnie VanKirk, Sherry 1 Vaughn, Diana Victor, Darrell Victor, Terry ...,.. Vires, Chantel ..,,. Vires, Edith ....,. Voke, Bob ..,,,, .V- sz, 69, 96, 52, 55, -W- 111, Wafford, Pamela ,,....,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Wagar, Bill ,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Wagar, Ken ,,... .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 S, Wagar, Phil ..,......, 28, 45, 53, 54, 108, 124, 127, Wagner, Arlene .,.....,.....,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Washuk, Jean ,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 6, 52, 53, Watson, Mike ....,. ,,,,,,. 2 8, 49, 60, Ward, Joyce ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,, Warner, David ....... ......,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, Warner, Linda ..., ,,,,.. 4 2, 50, Waymire, Jay ......... ,...,,,,, 4 8, Waymire, Spencer ,,...,.,.,,,,,,, Webb, Carolyn ..,..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Webb, Jeanie Webb, Kathy ....... ,,,,,,, 4 3, 46, Webb, Linda ...,. Webb, Sandy .....,, Webb, Sharon ,,,,. Webb, Sharon .......... Webb, Stephen ......, Webb, Susan ...... Webb, Wendell ..... Webster, Carolyn .,..... Webster, Marilyn ....... Weidel, Connie Wells, Connie ...... Werling, Phil .... Werts, Candance Werts, Robert Werts, Virginia West, Deloris ..... West, Harold ......... Wheelock, Janet ....... Wheelock, John ......... Whitacre, Randy . Whitacre, Terry Whitaker, Steve ...... Whitcher, Haila ...... White, Joey ...,... Whited, Brent ...... Whiting, Terry ...... Whitney, Linda Wiant, Linda ....... Wiant, Ted ,,.... Wick, Gail ......... Wick, Pam ........... Wick, Ronald Williams, Bobby Williams, James ...... Williams, Jane ..... Williams, Ray .,... Williams, Sue ...,.,.,. 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Busich, Homer ...... Caddy, John ,..,,.. Coate, Sue ....... Day, Eileen .....,. Diley, Ray ...,............ Echstrom, Beverly ..... Ehlers, Treva ........ Farrar, Watson ....,.,. Fasick, Carris ...,. Fellers, Bob ......,... Fetters, Leonard ....... Folker, Edith .......... Fox, David ....... Fox, Madge ............ Furlong, Kenneth ..... Geeting, Kathleen ..... Gibson, Joan ......... Ginn, William ....... Grafflin, William .... Hall, Dola .............. Hall, Lester ..,... Hall, Fred ........... Harry, Miriam ...... Hartley, Margaret ...... Hartley, Wilma ...... Heisey, Opal .t,...,................ Herath, Albert ......,................ Hissinger, LaMar fMrs.J Hissong, Gladys ................... Hissong, Lee .,.................. Hittle, Thelma ....,,.. Holmes, R. W. .......... . 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Basketball, Freshman ,w,,,Y,,,,,,,A Basketball, Seventh Grade ...... 70, 71 79 80 Basketball, Eighth Grade ,,,,, ,Y,,,,, 4,,A,,t,,,,,, 8 1 Basketball, Reserve .,,......,. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 6 9, 70 Basketball, Varsity .,,.r.t, .,,,,,, 6 5, 66, 67, 68 Board of Education ...... .,..,.,,,,.,.,..,,,.....,. 1 2 Boys' State .r.s.,...,..,,,..... r,,.,. ,.,,.,.,,e, 1 2 5 Bus Drivers .............. ....,,, 2 5 Cafeteria Workers ,.,.,,.,., ,,,,,. 2 4 Cheerleaders ,,.,.,.....,...,....... ,.,,,. 5 8 Chorus, High School ..,.... ...... 3 6 Chorus, junior High ,11.,. ,,,,,, 3 7 Custodians ................,..... .,.....,.,.. 2 5 Drill Team .,.,....,..,.. ,,,,.,,,, 3 3, 35 Echo Staff .....,......... .,,................ 4 5 Eighth Grade .................. ....,.. 8 9, 90, 91 Football, Freshman .... .....V ....,.......... 7 8 Football, Seventh Grade ..... ......................... 8 O Football, Eighth Grade ,,.,,.. ..,......,1,.,.......,.,.....,., 8 1 Football, Varsity .,,. ,...,,,,,,,. 6 0, 61, 62, 63, 64 FBLA ....,,,,,.,.......,,..i,,,i... .,.,,.,.....,,..,,,.,....,.., 4 6 FFA ......,............. .........................1. 5 1 FHA ........ ..,.,..,, .,,,.,.,,,.,. 5 O FT A ..,.1,, ........ .....,.i,....,..,....i... . , 47 Freshmen ......, .1..... 9 2, 93, 94, 95 GAA .......,...., ........,. 4 2, 43, 44 Girls' State ...... ..,. ......... ..... 1 2 5 Golf Team ...,.,,. ..,...............11,,........... 7 6 fedex Za A. 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