Mount Healthy High School - Zem Zem Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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x E. X AWN K , S k ,. ,..f,q3,f I 1 u i 6 i 1 A The Ze m Z e m of 1945 WWQPWWW 49999999 QPQQYCFQPQPCQFQPCSPCPQEPQEPCQF PUBLISHED BY THE MT. HEALTHY HIGH SCHOOL ZEM ZEM STAFF MT. HEALTHY . . . OHIO VOLUME XVI PAGE TWO FOREWORD THE STATELY CARRIER, "ZEM ZEM," has Weathered the storms of 1944-45 and is about to drop anchor in Mt. Healthy Harbor. The lookout has been in the crow's nest continuously during the journey and has turned in accurate accounts to be entered in the ship's log. He has seen the "seamen" hard at work "swabbing decks," for they were the beginners: he noticed the "petty officers" preparing for advancement: he observed the "Ensigns," striving for the rank of lieutenant: and he gazed With admiration upon those who have reached the end of the term of enlistment, and are now ready to embark upon many ships of different types on the "Sea of Life." In the pages of this book are pre- served the records of activities and events of the voyage, culled from the "log of the Zem Zem." MR. EDWARD G. PETRICH "And may Ilzere be no sadness of farewell When I embark-." 'rENNYsoN. fo the memory of MR. Piz'1'RicH, who faithfully helped to guide the course of boys and girls at Mt. Healthy High School for the past twenty-six years, we respectfully dedicate this sixteenth volume of the ZEM ZEM. 13591-:h THREE PAGE FOUR BOARD OF EDUCATION President ...,.....,..,.,. ,,.,.,....... L . J. Steinbrecker Vice-President ..,.,......... ..,,........... O rville Nieman Clerk ,,.,..,,,..,,........,......,,........,.,..,,, ....,,.,............... .,.,........,.,.... I d a B. Heckel Robert S. Taylor Ellis Floyd C. F. Sudbrack 9 e !H- ' Zi! 0-N X- ' rf . , Hawk 'f 1 MT. HEALTHY HIGH SCHOOL PAGE FIVE in ' 941-2.2: THE P. T. A. MESSAGE A MI D FOR PEACE What sort of a mind do we need for peace? A realistic mind-one that sees things as they are, that knows the hard facts of life, a mind that recognizes that everything has its price, even peace. An idealistic mind-one that knows facts yet is not afraid to dream dreams of what might be, though the goal may seem far distant. A flexible mind--one that can change its viewpoint, if necessary, when circum- stances change. A mind unafraid--one that does not fear to travel new paths. Even while we sigh for peace, we too often feel inwardly that there will always be wars. But need there be? If not, what must we do to avoid them? We are prodigal in our expenditures for war but niggardly when we talk of educating for peace, skeptical when we discuss how a world organization could and should function. Can we not lcreate new grooves in our brains along which thoughts of peace may travel easi y? An informed mind-one willing to find out what causes wars, to know some- thing of history and the acts of the past that have culminated in the present catastrophe, to understand how small the world has grown, to see ourselves in relation to other nations. For we have no background of knowledge to help us create a positive peace, a peace that is more than the mere cessation of war for a few years. A determined mind-one that acts with decision and dispatch to use its influence for the things in which it believes. A co-operative mind-one that acknowledges that both personal and national isolationism are deadg that is willing to work with other minds and to share in the give and take of co-operative thinking. A mind that accepts the Golden Rule and the Ten Commandments as guides in all decisions-that believes that national and international morality are as neces- sary as personal morality for a decent and good life. May each of us make this resolution: "I will have a mind for peace." This is the most important contribution we can make to the welfare of all children and of those yet unborn. MINNETTA A. HASTINGS, President, National Congress of Parents and Teachers. fReprint from National Parent-Teacher Magazine.J 0-... MT. HEALTHY OFFICERS 1944-45 President ........................ ......................... ..................... M r s. Carl E. Ware Vice-President ........,..... .............. M rs. Phillip J. Konkle Secretary ........................ ....................... M rs. C. Sudbrack Treasurer ................... ......... - ..... M rs. Robert Wade PAGE SIX THE FACULTY '. Alum. u,A4k.L ,Q v A. W. MILNER, Superintcndent B.S., B.P.E., M.S. Ohio University PACE SEVEN GLADYS E. BRADEN Macalester College and Conservatory RUTH E. FREDRICKS B.A. in Mathematics B.E. University of Cincinnati Algebra Plane Geometry Solid Geometry Adviser for Girl Reserves PAGEG EIGHT of Music University of Cincinnati B.A., A.M. Columbia University University of Minnesota College of St. Scholastica Biology Geography Physiology Sociology ETHEL L. FROST B.S. Miami University English III Latin Civics Adviser for Clientes Latinae Adviser for Zem Zem DOROTHY L. GRIFFIN LAVERNE WADSWORTH HUGHES B.S. Miami University Home Economics Supervisor of Cafeteria B.A. in Sociology University of Cincivmafi English II French I, II Adviser for Girl Reserves Adviser for Les Etudiants Soucis Adviser for Junior Class SHHS RUTH SHEPPARD KALKBRENNER B.S. in Education Miami University English I Physical Education for Girls Adviser for Girls' Athletic Association PAGE NINE LAURA ELIZABETH MCCLURE B.S. Music Education Wilmington College Vocal and Instrumental Music Director of Glee Club and School Orchestra PAGE TEN BARBARA KRICK B.S. in Education Miami University Bookkeeping Commercial Arithmetic Commercial Law General Business Salesmanship Adviser for Pep Squad School Treasurer BERTA MAE MILLER B.A. in Education University of Kentucky American History English I Spanish I, II Adviser for Spanish Club fr fl fl PAULINE SMYTH B.Si in Education University of Cinciiinriti Algeliui Gi-nc-ral Science Mechanical Drawing Solid Geometry MARY SOLLER B.S.. M.A. University of Arizona University of Illinois University of Wisconsin American History Civics General Science Adviser for Literary Gold Diggers School Librarian MARY RUTH TRIPPEL BS, in Commercial Education Indiana State Teachers College Shorthand Typi-writing Adviser for Senior Class CELIA T. VAN ATTA B.S. in Science Ohio State University Economics English IV History II Sociology Adviser for Senior Class Adviser for Spotlight Club PAGE ISLEQVICN ff-.1 r' 0 ii J F4' 0 4 To most of the kids he is "Doc," The man who can work 'round the clock. With our basketball fame Is connected his name. Mr. Milneris the coach of the flock. Our new teacher comes from U. C. To teach us some biology. So if science you crave And you wish to behave, See Miss Braden immediately. A great love for numbers she hath, Miss Fredricks, our teacher of math. Equations, exponents, And coffee and dough-nuts, These things are right down her path. Though the language she teaches is dead, She puts life in our annual, 'tis said. But our capable chief Heaves a sigh of relief When the Zem Zem has been "put to bed." Would you learn to sew a fine seam, Or how to cook mushrooms in cream? Miss Grijj'in's the one To whom you should run. In Home Ec. she is on the beam. If French is the language you choose, Of course, you must see Mrs. Hughes. She'll also excel In English as well. And no aid does she ever refuse. Now this one we call Mrs. K. CHer full name is too long to say.J When we call her Sweets, With disfavor it meets. 'Cause she's Mrs. Kalkbrenner today. May we introduce now Miss Krick? In business she takes every trick. A smart dresser, she, As you will agree, Who teaches us arithmetic. A nifty baton does she wield To which the musicians do yield. She is Miss McClure. To meet her, be sure. She's one of the best in her field. Miss Miller? She comes from Kentucky And we think that we-all are lucky To have her around. There's no better found. She's peppy and friendly and plucky. We'd like you to meet now Miss Smyth, Whose science is not just a myth. Sheis a teacher thatis true In algebra, too. And a very good pal to be with. The head of our own L. G. D. Is new to the high faculty. When allis said and done, Mrs. Soller's the one . Who looks after our school library. If a typist you're wishing to be, Mrs. Trippel is whom you should see. Then when you pound the keys No doubt you will please And bring to our Mrt some more glee. The smartest of pets is a catia, Belonging to Mrs. Van Atta. The senior class play ls right down her way. Now that is the finish of that'a. PAGE TWELVE '-.fzlszz I emfziil ' SCHOLASTIC HONOR HULL AVERAGE--95-99 Junior Class JU-1lf0'l' CUISS Sophomore Class Mary Petersen Freshman Class Ann Bertsch Robert Hettrick Nina Jo Marucci AVERAGE-90-94 Senior Class Henry Burger Mildred Burger Donald I-laupt Robert McGee Shirley Rowland Junior Class Ovelene Garrett Bonnie Hartung Ruth Heisel Joyce Kircher Janet Marshall Jayne Moore Shirley Reuter Bayard Weizenecker Sophomore Class Joyce Gutzwiller Robert Miller Raymond Snider Jane Tu:-xer Kenneth Urmston Shirley Wirth Freshman Class Joanne Baughmann Julia Buckmaster Barbara Duty Judson Hoy James McAteer Loretta Muhlenhard Lois Scholl Eleanor Supe Clara Mae Tansing AVERAGE--85 -89 Senior Class Helen Barnes Frank Bokor Joan Hoy Rita Hudepohl James Redden Marion Wolf Pat Bell Ruth Bertsch Charlotte Borcherding Jo Ann Bower Lois Dotzauer Don Garrod Betty Richen Sophomore Class Lois Breuer Joyce Crosby Dorothy Haering Marylee I-Iogeback Charles Kaelin Janet Keeling Dorothy Klein Patricia Smith Arthur Weber Freshman Class Mary Anne Becker Ralph Binzer Jean Eckerlin Daniel Goodwin Nancy Griffes John Guy Arthur Mateikat Ronald Packer William Pansing Richard Remers Vera Schunk Carl Zillig AVERAGE-80-84 Senior Class Carl Abel Charleen Aug Robert Binzer Joy Deckelmeier Ruth Hartman Betty Heid Alice Holzhauser Melvin Honnert Vess House Pauline Long Edward Pohl James Ramsey Rita Schappel Ethel Schubert Morris Schunk Ruth Stahl Rose Stehle Edward Strecker Marilyn Winn Joan Esselmann Jack Fasold Margaret Ferris Lois Hudson Virginia Listermann James Megginson William Miller Betty Schoenlaub Leonard Vogel Robert Westrich Amelia Zivanovits Sophomore Class Thelma Bauer Pat Bissell Mildred Cormack Alberta Gardner Marguerite Ingle Laura Ann Lohmeier Clement Menke Roger Pierson William Schupp Imogene Shultz James Waters Freshman Class Eugene Apple Carson Arnold Richard Baumann Betty Ferris Robert Fischer Zita Hanfbauer Charlotte Harp Janet Haupt Mary Ann Hebel Dola Mae Hostetler Janice Junkung Wilma Kokemohr Harriet Ludwig Marjorie Netherland Donald Oakley Harriet Rickey Joseph Schwietering Lois Jean Ulrich Jean Welland Jean Wolterman Once again the Zem Zem Ends pleasure in honoring those students who have made high grades in class work. The averages were made as of the close of the third term of the year. They are based on regular academic subjects only. Records with incomplete grades were not considered. PAGE THIRTEEN SENIOR CLASS In September of 1941, 129 Freshmen entered upon a four-year voyage, not a little frightened and feeling that the journey was indeed long. As time passed, we became acquainted with high school procedure, and it was no time before We were known as Sophomores. What a thrill to call other kids "Freshies!" .Most of us survived World History and enough other subjects to make our way into the Junior Class. Juniors! With this title came the fun of organizing our class to plan activities, chiefly the Prom for those Seniors. All too soon we became thc Senior Class, with new responsibilities and duties. After electing officers, the members eagerly awaited the arrival of our class rings. They came! Of course we were told that they did not insure our graduation, but they gave us an air of importance, nevertheless. Measurements for caps and gowns! Again that warning that even this did not mean that we were assured of wearing them. But we could hope. And now consideration of commencement announcements and per- sonal cards makes us realize that the end of our journey is quite near. As we are about to leave M. H. H. S., we bequeathe some of our cherished possessions to members of the lower classes, and accept from them the prophecies they make regarding our future. Bon voyage! Class Colors .................................................................,..................... Blue and White Class Flower .......... ....................................,,............,............................. G ardenia Class Motto ....,......... ....... ' 'Not the end, but the beginning" SENICR CLASS President ....,.............,..........,... .........,.... R obert McGee Vice President ............. .............. J ames Redden Secretary .,.......,,............ ..................,.....,........ B etty Heid Treasurer .........,, Advisers ............ Abel, Carl Allendorf, Ralph Aug, Charleen Barnes, 'Helen Bauer, Yvonne Binzer, Robert Bokor, Frank Braun, Edward Burger, Henry Burger, Mildred Chambers, Robert Davis, Eileen Deckelmeier, Joy Frisch, Kenneth Hackemeyer, Robert Hartman, Ruth Haubner, Vernon Haupt, Donald Heid, Betty PAGE FOURTEEN MEMBERS Himes, Joseph Holzhauser, Alice Honnert, Melvin House, Vess Hoy, Joan Hudepohl, Rita Huser, Betty Huy, Edward Lawson, Carol Lohr, Lorna Mae Long, Pauline Lucke, Erna McGee, Robert Melvin, Raymond Niehaus, Robert Perez, Violet Petersen, Shirley Pohl, Edward Plummer, Betty Ramsey, James ...Henry Burger M. R. Trippel lMrs. C. T. Van Atta Redden, James f Rodler, Gladys Rose, Shirley Rowland, Shirley Salzman, William Sauer, Marjorie Ann Schappel, Rita Mae Schubert, Ethel Schunk, Morris Stahl, Ruth Stehle, Rose Stenger, Teresa Strecker, Edward Stubblefield, James Van Horne, Virginia Voelker, Ruth Waechter, Paul Winn, Marilyn Wolfe, Marian L51 T4 CARL F. ABEL l"lXNl'1Y'l'0W'N llusc-lmll-2. fl. 8 Ili-Ygtl. 1 Bslskcllmll-I, 2, II. t 'l'r:u'k-2. 1 I-'oulhnll --1 Ilix lumkvllurll uniform In .lurk l"usoIll. l'lnnx In prf-prrrv YI mul: nn hun' In gvl lu ffl'4'l'lllllllS Hu' qlli1'k1'sf ll'Ilfl,' null lurrll' Ihr' sInll'r'xl Il'Il!l. RALPH ALLENDORF NICXV lll'Rl.ING'I'0N I-'onthnll-2, :S Spanish Club-3, 1 Ili4Y-4 Spotlight Cluhgs l.:nlin Club-l His :ray lrifl: Ihr' lrulivx lu llirk Schull. ll'ilI Iwrmnv Ulmnpifr Vllmnpinn in "I-'rrury In'iriug." CHARLEEN AUG xrr. lll'1Al.'l'llY Gt A. A.-l l'0p Sqluulgl. 2. 3, t Girl Reserves fl. 4 Spotlight Club-t tilcc Cluh-l, 2 HH' Hllrlkflllilll Qru'e'n'x 1'l'1IlI'll fn nfxrl yr'ur's lucky girl. Will hw-nlI1.1' fnnwux unlhvr of ".ll1'nmirs of My lfc'if1n." HELEN MAY BARNES MT. lll'1AI.'I'IlY I.:ulin Cluh-l. 2 Sputlight Clllll-f-1 I.. H. ll.--I, 2. Ill. 4 llvr pu.-riiirm rm fourih hvll office ullendunl Io 1'l1urlufle lim-1-lwrrliufl. Ilvjivx irrulilinu hy ln'l'uu1iuy Hu' firsl ll'UllIlllI pl'z'si1ie'ul nf ilu' IQIIIYVI, Sfulvs. YVONNE RUTH BAUER MT. lll'1Al.'l'llY ri. A. A.-2 Pop Squsul l. 2, 3, -4 liirl llcscrvvs-I Spotlight Club-4 To Ruth Ilvixvl hw' ,za-sl mul xml in vhcz'ring-ilacr zip und zflfixfyiny Il'Ilfl, hmll. limi llvhulrmlr l'mmiv Baum' ln'r'omr's supcrintendffnl nf Hu' Ulrl .lIm'rl'x Ilfilllf. ROBERT BINZER Moxl-'owl' lll'2lGll'l'S I"l'l'lll'll Club-Il. l Spotlight l'Iuh--t lli-Y-I I.'r'linqrlisln's his rnhhgl-lmlf' on Ilia' .llmrfurl ffl'l'flfIlS Ixus In litllf' Hilti. ll'ill Inv-muv rlmrurlwr nrfur knouw: us "pfl'l'l'l"'-lllllS'- urlrr' null IIN., FRANK BOKOR FlNNEY'l'0W'N Ili-Y--t ZPIII Zvm Stud'---4 Spotlighl Club-Al I,r'1lf'1's Ihr l'1lf1'll'I'l1I rush I'1'fliHfl'l', INIIWII In 1'r4'l'11unr"s mu'l1rnu'. Thr' HDJO S11-mmulrn ix our mrn l"l'1lll'm'f1', lrlm rrnllgl ls'1mr'Irx Ilwlll rnrl, PAGE FIFTEEN ll ' 2' PAGE SIXTEEN EDWARD BRAUN MT. Hl'1AI.'l'llY Sputliglit Club--4 HL: 1lI'il'll,lP notes on "How lo Siaeeeed as Slage Mun- llflkfuflfl zrlioerei' sneeeells hun. lizl is going lo ronlinne lhe shoe repair business by .-:landing in. the shoes while someone else pounds the nails in. HENRY L. BURGER NEW BUlil.ING'l'0N Class Officer-4 Hi-Y-4 To .liln Eirh his prowess in elasses. Will operale "Henry's llani-Burger Slun1l" al Harrison and Voinplon. MILDRED R. BURGER NEW Bl'ltI.INGTON Girl Reserves-4 Spotlight Club-1 Pep Squad-3. 4 Her Queen fwinpaign bottles lu whoeiier can redeem them. Goes on to Ill'lI.4P1'P honors in rl Miss Ameriea Uonfesl. ROBERT P. CHAMBERS MT. HEALTHY Baseball-3 Spotlight Club' -4. Basketball-1 To Bill 1"lSl'lll'l' lhe oft-heard cries "and jus! oodles of u-hippefl l'I'?llflIl1u-1llI'llflSl0l'P elerk, you knowll. We predief that Roh will heroine a major league second- liasenmnw-- e-well anyway, minor league. EILEEN DAVIS MT. HEALTHY Frenvh Cluh-3. 4 Glee Club-3 The job of delivering absent lists to anyone who can hear up under 350 stares every morning. Jliss Eileen. Doris will be a famolis lovelorn advisor on a lf'renz-li projrani-"Ronmnsay in Fransayf' JOY E. DECKELMEIER MT. HEALTHY French Club-3, 4 Glee Club-1, 2, 3 G. A. A.-1 Pep Squad-1 Girl Reserves-1, 3 Spotlight Club-4. Her' aliilfly to "l'arlez-wnisi' 10 Clare Meyer.- flains fame as warden of Sing Sing--the musical prison. KENNETH FRISCH MONFORT HEIGHTS Baseball-3 Hi-Y-2, 3, 4 French Club-3. 4 Spotlight Club-4 Leaifes with his reputation ns "Lady's Man" intact. Ken will be an erpert in the field of facts and figures -espeefally hgnres. 0 r f ' li: 6,1-' ,lt-1 ROBERT W. HACKEMEYER ' l Q U S FINNl'lY'l'0WN Bw-u-bull-3 'Frau-k-2. 3 lhmketball-1, 2, 8 Iliirlrry lwiwx his lrurk lo ll',l0PI'f'l' thinks he' run hulzl ll on fha' ruml. Will hwwunv good in u'lmfei'r'r lwrlv Sum IINNTVHIIQ him fu do. Q RUTH HARTMAN ' ' FlNNI'1Y'I'UWN , . G. A. 3, 4 Spanish Cluhfri ' Latin Club-2. 3, 4 mputlight 4 1 l.. cs. D.-1, 2, 3. 4 Hf'r rhurming Illllllllfl' of rhruriny gun' In June' lfyrfl Y ' tif .Iumf run jimi unyb. T Will hvcnuw our of tho' niwxl old mflirfx 1l'V'll knfzlr. -- VERNON R. HAUBNER A O3 MUNI-'OKI' IIEIGHTS h Spoilighi-4 O Uuivf youll nnniurrx us u morlefl for lliose In :WMI of , .A uurh. " Thr fulurr will fizul Vvruon in Hollyuwzml us ilu' ufI.'r'1uI A , I iwvullli ussixluul slunrl-in for f'lll'll Hrlnil. DONALD E. HAUPT MT. llEAl.'l'llY I Bmakvtlmll-2 Hi-Y--Ii, 4 - Class Umm-cr-3 Spotlight Club-4 ' Y, 3 Football-2, fl, 4 'l'ru4'k-l, 2, 3, 4 Q Alnlily lu furry lhff hull ln Dirk Biglvy. 4 H047---l.f. flllll. ll. Iluupl hrvuks rvrnrfls by lIllll'll'lll1l 50111 wurniy plunv. BETTY HEID MONFUIFI' HICIGHTS Glu- Club-+I, 2 llrr minslziny rlixpuxilioiz la girls in ymufrul. Tu play Ilia' llfllll in "Yf'xle'r1Il1ys' Toumi'l'uu"' uppusilv lf. llnuwr. VERNON JOE HIMES Sl'RlN1iDAl.l'l Ili-Y-4 lio'qli1'nilu's lillf' of UHIlS'lfll1 l"lirl" lu Huh H'Pxlri1'll. Will lwa-mm' nulwl Imrll1'ulIu1'isl who 1u'i'j'w'lwl pinl: rlujfulilx. ALICE M. HOLZHAUSER M'I'. Hl'1Al.'l'HY Spotlight Club-4 llunds ilulrn lwr xiflli lwll olfire' dulirs lu .Iuynv Moore. Will lwzvum' lwml lruyvr for floor 1'm'vrinys ul .1luz'ys'. . ' 1 1 PAGE SEVENTEEN ll Q41 l f i PAGE EIGHTEEN MELVIN A. HONNERT MONFORT HEIGHTS Hi-Y-3, -L Spotlight Club-4. His knack of "stacking lockers" to the faculty. Will gain fame as composer of epitaphs. VESS KENNETH HOUSE MT. HEALTHY Hi-Y-3. 4 His math Look, with answers ,to Bill Miller. 1955-Nou' advertising his contracting business with slogan. "Let House Build Your House." JOAN HOY MT. HEALTHY G. A. A.-1. 2. 3, 4 Pep Squad-1, 2, 3. 4 Girl Reserves-1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club-3. 4 Glee Club-3. 4 Spotlight Club-4 Latin Club-1, 2 Zem Zem--8 L. G. D.-1, 2, 3, 4 Relinquishes her brothers wardrobe to brother Jud -much to his astonishment. Jo will probably continue to charm millions until she lweoines sonieone's little woman. RITA CLARA HUDEPOHL MT. HEALTHY Heir modest demeanor as a niodel to numy. Will lieronie National Secretary of Red Cross. BETTY HUSER NEW BURLINGTON Pep Squad-3, 4 Spotlight-4 Leaves to Ovelene Garrett the responsibility of signaling the northbound bus at 3:05 P. M. Will become president of an Indiana organization, the "Huser Club." EDWARD HUY MONFORT HEIGHTS Spotlight Club-4 Leures job as stage carpenter to Jim Megginson. Becomes famous by discovering process to reclaim cheuf- ltlfl guni. CAROL LAWSON MT. HEALTHY Pep Squad-1, 2, 3 Spotlight Club-4 Rules for cultivating a cheerful disposition to Doris Malone. To becoine prima ballerina with Russian Ballet. . . Q . LORNA MAE LOHR MT. lll'1Al.'l'llY Spanish Club-2, 3 ' Iliiwfs uiirlwrrlimruiufn ii r'lmlle'1ig1f' by yivuliinliiiy nl I5 yvurx uf llflf. Will 1-muliwl Iwi' num ruzlio slmir, "llurry.' llilrryll lIui'r!l."' PAULINE LOU LONG Sl'lilNliDAl,l'l Girl lh-serves-IU, 4 Pop Squad-4 Glue Club-4 Spanish Club-3. 4 Lakin Club-2. 3. 4 Spotlight Club-4 lI4'r yigfllr lulrnl lu Nfiiirfl lx'ur'l1lvr. Will lu' knnu'n ns njiriul pin-up girl nn !'.S.S. Islaiul Ouwn. ERNA LOUISE LUCKE MT. lll'1Al.'l'llY Girl Reserves-l, 4 Pep Squad-1, 2, 3, 4 Give Club-4 Spotlight Club' A4 lfvxpnmriliililivx us lwrul miller fur rluxs play to Sliirlvy lf4'lllf'I'. Will ll'I'lil' limi-xrllvi' "Hair lu Win Men rind lnfliwiirwc l'uliIi1's." ROBERT T. MCGEE Sl'KlN1iDAl.E Class Umm-er-3. 4 Latin Club-2, 3 French Club-14, 4 Spotlight Club-4 lilec-'Club-1 Zem Zein--3, 4 lil-X-Il, 4 Punsrx on liix sir-xyllulzlv worlls to Hulrlvr lVPlZPIlf'l'kl'l'. "lnforniulion I'lvuxe" will he' sorry Hwy iirvilvrl .'llr'lIf's' irlivii lw Iwuls their mrpvrls. CHARLES RAYMOND MELVIN MONFOKT IIEIGHTS Barwhnll-2, Ill 4 Spotlight Club-4 Buuki-Niall-2, 3, 4 lmuws his lwnininv afluiirrrs, m.iu'li. in their rvgrvl. Will runlinuv prvsviil iniffrvxis hy ie'm'hiny English all Ilari'm'al. ROBERT NIEHAUS FINNEYTOWN llix puxiliun us first in SllIYSIIlll7LShl:1I luiirh line' lu iiiarl gu'ur'x ,Il'IIU'7l1l boy, Will opwi ri drug-.wlurv in I"inneylu11'1i,' then fm lmnw and slrep unlll time: to close. VIOLET E. PEREZ MONFURT lil-1Itill'I'S Spanish Club-2, 3 lwuiws lwr :lurk hair lu Minnie Zia'umn'ifx. Aulivipulrx un wleiiwiilairy rourse' in Spanish. 1 L PAGE NINETEEN . :l , 3 :' . PAGE TWENTY SHIRLEY PETERSON MT. HEAL'rm' Girl Reserves-1, 2 Pep Squad-2 L. G. D.-2. 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Her kuozl-ledge of the grocery business to Jirmy Lister- mann. To heroine lulrker with Bailum ami Baruegfs I'irrus. EDWARD POHL MT. HEALTHY Spotlight Club-4 His pos'lCml as treasurer of the Spotlight tflnb and his quiet ways to Don Garrod. ll'ill match the "My Day" column under the heading "Your Tomorrow." BETTY JEANNE PLUMMER MT. HEALTHY G, A. A.-2 Pep Squad-l. 3, 4 Girl Reserves-4 Spotlight Club-4 Glee Club-1, 2, 4 Leaves the directions for playing the role of "little 1roman" to whoever needs such. Will write a book on "Hou: lo Write Love Letters that Will Jlilt His Heart." JAMES R. RAMSEY MT. HEALTHY Basketball-l, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club-2, 3. 4 Baseball-1 Track-1, 2. 3, 4 Football-2, 3. 4. His soft words and quiet manners to Buck Surmenlmrg, IVilI prolmlzly become life-saver at the Kidc1ie's Swim- ming Pool. JAMES ROBERT REDDEN SPRINGDALE Class Otticer-Ill Hi-Y-3, 4 Glee Club-2 Zem Zem Staff--4 HU: secret formula for wave set to Len Vogel. IV:'ll pose for arls to sell rrfter-shave lotion. GLADYS CATHERINE RODLER MUNFORT HEIGHTS Spotlight Club-4 To any girl who has enough of "what it takes" she hanrls on her "steady" record. Her portrait will be seen in ads for Lovely Luster Luther. SHIRLEY LOU ROSE SPRINGDALE Spotlight Club-4 Her shoe-shine stand to Bob Greer. Will become the first woman sign-painter. 72 Iii IZ.-Q I ' SHIRLEY ROWLAND MT. lll-IAI.'l'llY l"r4-url: Club-3. 4 I.. G. D.-2. 3. 4 li, A. A. 2, 4 Pup Squad-2 l.:llin Club-2. 4 Spotlight Club-4 Hvr "p4'nl'lu'x" mul l'l'PlllIl 1'4nnpl+'fioll lo .lu Ann Holl'f'l'. Will plug! xrrnnll lulxe' un flu' Vuxllirl' l1'Iuunn'r Iiirlx' Iumkrllmll lvunl. WILLIAM R. SALZIVIAN Nrzw lll'lil.lNG'l'0N llnsvlmllwll l-'outlmll-2 Hass-lmll Nl1lll1lKt'l'f2 l.:llin Club-FZ. 3, 4 lluskvllmll Mzmzmur-2 Spulliglll-4 H052 Sul: upvus flruyr-siurw ul ,llflllllklll and Ilurrison. l,f'urvx vllrw-hmm un rulllrulmy u nulural pf'rlnuur'nl to Irwin .lll'llf'l'. MARJORIE A. SAUER Sl'RINGllAl,E Lulin Flnh-2. Il. 4 Spunisll Club-3, 4 A l'm-p Squzul -I llrr guml-rullurrrl le'mpe'rmnf'nl fn Eflilh Km'4Io'nhl'u1'k. To lu' Ilwm uf Wnmvn ul Wmrl Pnfnl. ' RITA MAE SCHAPPEL NEW lll'Hl.lNG'l'0N Girl livsvrws--4 Spnnlsll Club-il, 4 l'm-p Squull-2, Il, 4 Spotlight-4 llvr fnrmulu fur making friwuls fu Hull: He'rlr'h, 11-110 xlmlrx ullilllgl lu um' ll. Will lwmlns' llll'Pl'lUl' of Slllllllllll rliulngmf' for Supm' Nlnpur Slmliun in llullyuvuul. r ETHEL SCHUBERT NIONl"0ll'l' lll'1lIill'l'S Kiln- Club -Il, 4 ll'lll Z4-In 3. 4 Spnllipzlll l'luh-4 llofr mull: lll'1lll'1'8N In Hnnnlf' llllfflllllh' im lwr :ruff In bvmlm' fumaux smgmg on Ulf' "Hit l'ulllllr'." "BUD" SCHUNK Nl0Nl"0li'l' lll'llHll'l'S lluwlmll--4 Ili-Y-Il. I l'l:l'4s lllllm-rs!! Spnlliglll Club-4 l'li4-llh-e-1 l.:xlin:u'-2, Il. 4 Zum ZUIII-ll, 4 filee Club-4 llix lIl'1llllllll1' ulall.l11 In ll"l4H'I'4'I' is Ill'8ll'lIllN of Hn' sunnf. Will fllllll funn' fur inuuyurulluy lhf' .-Innlml .llmllfwl llriglllx l"uir null l'urnia'ul. RUTH ANN STAHL MT. lll'1Al.'l'llY Ii. A. A.-I Spzmie-1llClu.lr-3 Glu' Club -l Spotlight Club-4 l'n-p Squad-I. 2. 3. 4 llrr null' uf xe'riuusnf'xx lo llure' Jlll!lIl4ll'1l. Will vslulnlish ".'ll11ka'-l'p, Inv." lu xerrf' .wnivwx prnrlur- my 4'lll8.'l'1llll!l8- PAGE TWENTY-ONE ,ll ll IT PAGE TWENTY-TWO ROSE STEHLE M0Nl4'0R'l' Hl'1lGHI'S Clie-nies lhntinae-2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Glee Club -l, 3, 4 Zem Zem-4 Lum Htvhlc' leaves. CWe're sm'ry.J IV.'I.' flerolz' spare lime fn career as Drama l'rili1'. TERESA L. STENGER M'l'. HI'1Al,'l'HY li. A. A.-I. Fl. 4 Pep Squad --l. 2, 3. 4 Girl Reserves-3, 4- Spotlight Club--1 Glee Club-l llrr xenw uf humor and ability to pantomime lo ,low-4 k'Il'f'hQ'l'. Vvra Vague jiurls u u'1n'll1gf szwcessor' in 'l'e'rexa. EDWARD STRECKER FINNEYTOVVN Tn llwlrflml, his inferesf and 7l0l?S in malh. Il'i'l lnlcrf nw-r leadership of the Spilaluy All-Girl Ur- l'll!'K'll'll. J. H. STUBBLEFIELD MT. Hl'1AL'l'HY Blziselrzill-2, 3 Spotlifgllt Club-t Basketball-1. 2. 3, 1 Zen: Zem-1 Football Manager-2 Hi-Y-3. 4 To Paul Kurk flu' ability in make the ladies suwion. ll'ill Iwrumc the "Fai Mun," of rr neu' svries of lalffs. VIRGINIA VAN HORNE MT. HEALTHY Glce Club-2 Spanish Club-2 Lvares afler only one year here. Jus! lhink ll',llIf she- niixxerl in flu' jirsf fhree years. Wili conduct her oufu in- free concerls mr fhe l'onvy1 Island ll'harf. RUTH ANN VOELKER MT. HEALTHY Clientes Latinae-4 l'ep Squad-2, 3. 4 Girl Reservesfl Spotlight Club-4 Glee Club-1 Her ll"lliIl-711088 In help lu June PVe'imer. Will manufacture "VneIker's Vitamins-l'italiIy, Vim. I'ig1o1'." PAUL F. WAECHTER NEW BURLINGTON Track-1 His mild, easy-going 'manner to Dick Gurling. Will lmrnnle a famous lohacco awcfioneer. ll Qin E MARILYN RUTH WINN MT. HEALTHY Clientes Latinue-2. 3, 4 Pep Squad-2 Glen- Club-1, 2, Ii, 4 Spotlight Club-t . D.-2, 3, 4 wlujnleuf us Spufliglif :nuke-up artist to JIIIIZI1' ffNll4'I'll". HI51 .Yefuw Flush! IV'u1: ll'iHN as Ill,-.-lllll'I'il'llH Tiglaf-Hope ll'r1l,',r'r. MARIAN CATHERINE WOLFE MT. HEALTHY Girl Reserves-1. 4 Pep Squad-I, 2 L. G. D.-2. 3, 4- Spotlight Club-4 ' Har demure manner und quiet charm fo Lois Hudson. Upens rvsf home for Npotliflllf memberx nffer April I't ' I!!-15. Three members of the class were called to the Service of our Country before the close of the first semester. The student body, through this medium, salutes them! DAVID ERHARDT JOHN HAENNING ROBERT HAGEN PAGE TENTY-THREE MEMBERS 'Q re- ' 'il . r'4.i., ff' IUNIOR CLASS "Comes this way sailing Like a stately ship." The Juniors sailed oil' with high ambitions last October when the class was organized with the help of Mrs. Hughes and Miss Smyth, the advisers. They shoved off from Port Sophomore on the good ship "Spirit of 46" and their first duty was the successful endeavor of giving the "I-Iepster's Holiday." The crew also provided more dances for all the mates after some of the basketball games, and one more big ding when we twirled the light fantastic on the school deck. With the proceeds of these dances, the Junior Seamen presented the annual Junior-Senior Prom, the big event of the year. Now that they have weathered grae storm of Junior days, we know the "Spirit of 46" will capably enter "Senior ar or." OFFICERS President .....................,.., ..............................,...................... B ayard Weizenecker Vice-President .,............. ...........,.,............ P atricia Bell Secretary ..........,............... ...,................ J ayne Moore ....,.........Paul Koch .W-',fMrs. Hughes I Miss Smyth Treasurer ................... Advisers ,.... ....... Bell, Patricia Bertsch, Ruth Bigley, Richard Bittner, Joan Borcherding, Charlotte Bower, Jo Ann Brehm, Mary Lee Brown, Deva Buelte, Edna Mae Burnett, Robert Byrd, June Cumbow, Elliot Dotzauer, Lois Eich, James Enderle. Marie Esselman, Joan Fasold, Jack Ferris, Margaret Findlay, Jack Fischer, William Garling, Richard Garrett. Ovalene Garrod, Don Greer, Robert PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Hammond. Robert Hartung, Bonnie Hayes, Evelyn Heisel, Ruth Hessler, Gene Hochscheid. Ruth Homer, Richard Hoock, Esther Hudson, Lois Imsande, Gene Junker, Ruth Kircher, Joyce Koch, Paul Koehler, Nancy Kordenbrock. Edith Lawrence, Lorraine Listerman. Virginia Luechauer. Charles Malone. Doris Marshall, Janet Maynard, David McCracken, Kendall Megginson, James Meyer, Clare Meyer, Irwin Miller, William Moore, Jayne Nieman, Roy Reardon, Robert Reuter, Shirley Richen, Betty Roy, William Schmied, Marjorie Schoenlaub. Betty Scholl, Richard Shannon, William Steiner, Clarence Sunnenberg, Alvin Stricker, Ralph Vogel, Leonard Wade, Grace Weimer, June Weizenecker, Baya Welemirow. Anita Welland, William Westrich, Robert Wissel, Louise Zivanovits. Amelia rd ,......'L .4Lggi,:f..A., I -gn. 2 L ..-.-..,...,....-,- ,.- ,YM ll? an ex t r'i -W. 4.3, -,.. ..,, 1 351 L f ,R f ' I . - Ku 'UM ., ,X I :uf .-al Wes , V " 'x- fffi .6 14' ws.-. HQ-Il Rn-hm lmlznuer Flndley Hu rlung -5 Hertsvh Brown Elm-h Flsvller Hayvw IUNIOR CLASS Q am au 'Li' gym 4 V' If A ,V 65 . Q Q, -. N.,...,,-,........M,M,.M.. . L X M... gt. kv! , .,A , I , .. . uf, V ., ,,.,., x x L 3- . iv' 1 r f i LTER., If ,.--'fp-....f......5..-,.X . K 1 , . ., -'- ......, . ...a,:.a.-....... . .5 K ' V, Ink: ' "wg: , , K .V '-'W--M---X .,,...M.liQ1.x.... .1-.. 1: , "gf f 'N H ,, m , . ,. I ,.15i?.fgif 1 .k. . P L-:S ' gy .4 , 3 'N - 'a - -H ' ' ' if' ' ' . ' I xg?" , V -: ,- I ' gi ' J ,A,, ,.,, '53, f- a,:2"5 Bigley Rlttncr Borvhcrding Buelte Burnett Byrd Enderle Esselnmn Fasuld Garling Garrett Garrod Heisel Hessler Horrhzn-held Hudson Imsande ....a...M.a..4l..,hW.- .-.-........f- ...,..,.... Q 5 Q Ji, is Bower Cumhow Ferris Greer Hoock PAGE TWENTY-FIVE TUNIOR CLASS ' ":,, I Q .,.I i,, , J ' ri. R 'L FQ vs: ,.,': V V l ' ' Ti "': ' " "" ":' M - ' Q? ' " : ,.,. A 43 wk "":3 - I .. ...n,m.,,,,,. A, If xi: E ' " i vbv ' H ' . V f l-my i,, -,,. I , Y an .,,,, :JF :.-: .:,: .. , " l?ff'f5 Ei. i - Q . . zg A W . ',,- k f in E '-, f ., y V , 3 ,,.:, 1 ...'.:.:, Q, 5 1 e W. M... or M ,.e.f.fw.4A W eeeeegfi igeg W, ,,,,. ee., M 4 " 1 J ' M J? y R 1 M' M fi l A , , n Q, '3 1 3 Q , J unker Listerman Meyer, C. Renter Shannon PAGE TWENTY-SIX Klrcher Koch Koehler Kordenbrock Luechauer Malone Marshall Maynard Meyer, I. Miller Moore Nieman Richen Roy Schmied Schoenlaub Sunnenburg Vogel Weimer Weizenecker Welland Westrich Zivanovits s Lawrence McCracken Reardon Scholl Welemlrow Z li emi n ' SOPHOMORE CLASS "Oh, swiftly glides the bonnie boat? This year the Sophomore Class was ccmposed of ninety-nine mcmb-5-rs dis tributed as follows: Mt. Healthy, 56, Monfort Heights, 20, Springdale, 95 Finney town 10, New Burlington, 3. They organized early in the year, elected then officers, and started to build up their treasury by sponsoring dances after bas ketball games. Helping them on the way to a successful year were Miss Braden Mis Miller, and Mrs. Soller. President .,................. .,..... . . Vice President ...,....,.. Secretary ...4.............. Treasurer ,..... .......,....... ,... ....,,4. ,...... Home Room Teachers .4.....,....,. Abel, Anita Bahrs, Fred Barnes, Alexis Bauer, Thelma Bissell, Patricia Black, Jerry Bollinger, Wally Brandenburg, Wanda Breuer, Lois Coleman, Clayton Cormack, Mildred Craig, Ida Jane Crosby, Joyce Dirr, Jean Dods, Robert Doyle. Mariorie Eckerlin, Albert Ehler, Marvin Enger, Jo Ann Enger, Ralph Enneking, Jean Esselman, Hubert Fehrenbach, Doris Fennessy, William Gardner, Alberta Graybill, James Gutzwiller, Joyce Haar, Jane Haering, Dorothy Hall, Sally Haskell, Ramona Hasselbusch, Don Hauer, Joy MEMBERS Heckel, Jack Heisman, Florence Heitfleld, Helen Hessler, Jane Heller, Marian Homer, Mary Ann Hott, Lorraine Hogeback, Mary Lee Ingle, Marguerite Kaelin, Charles Kamphaus, Shirley Katenbrink, Ruth Keeling, Janet Klein, Dorothy Knoop, Mabel Kordenbrock, Carol Kuhn, Jack Kuhlman, Don Lawrence, Gloria Leibrook, Dick Linne, Alice Linz, Rita Listerman, Robert Lober, Jane Lohmeier, Laura Ann Matre, Edward Menke, Clement Mettler, Eugene Metzner, Robert Miller, Marjorie Miller, Robert Morris, Robert Neidhard, Lawrence ....,.........Don Kuhlman ...,.........,.William Schupp ......,,............Jane Turner ...............Robert Miller fMiss B. Miller Miss Braden Mrs Soller Norrish, Raymond Packer, Betty Petersen, Mary Perez, Dayce Perrine, Vivian Pfankuch, Jean Phillips, Thelma Pierson, Roger Quinlan, Roberta Salzman, Roberta Schmidt, Frank Schupp, Bill Schwab, Irwin Schwettman, Dolores Shannon, Carl Shultz, Imogene Smith, Patricia Snider, Raymond Stoffer, Shirley Shaw, Ruth Swartz, Ruth Ann Teare, Jean Trifilio, Leroy Turner, Jane Urmston, Kenneth Ware, June Waters, James Weber, Arthur Wells, Bill Wirth, Shirley Wolf, Lois Wright, Dick Zivanovits, Kathy PAGE TWENTY SEVEN SOPHOMORE CLASS :NP-fm-mi .uf -LLM QM., rT.fm-.,y,gl..gn: M..L..,f.Q.l?,iga.-4 Q .5 ' T Ai - A. ,, A 'Q' E . .. 4 J it L Yi, P. 5 gi , A .. Q. i 4, g lf .QL 5 V I 4 if t f lt V ,m ,.,. Q- ,t , 5 3:41. V , if KA ,-...W, ...,,.M...,, ,Fwy .,.., ,.,h - "'-- ' --Wufrf-r ,MM , .M.,..,m '. 1 Q Mr , V H ,al 1 A 'ir ff I- -ff.1iQ'rgf fl fi ffl f' nw'--WM W Q Y ,.,. .: ,W In , 435: i V gl ' 4 fl 7 - My ' " , L .. . 1: .Q .- 1.....'W' ..' Llg.iZ"'f""",, ::gg7'i.,f1 Y, "" k 1 - ., ...N ,-M x,.,A, . .. ,..X Y,.. . . MM, H H H , , H ll l rlrr H H 1-4 Q 5 I 8 , id-lg A -I 1 is - , Q x - V 0 1 I 3 X . Y flu f f ,.....g......,,. ,... W ,. 4 7212! ggglixtp Q53 WM - - , Fx ' -: Q - .5 H. :gs K -: T f V 3 if ,E ., 1 . Q an A J Xlhj' 1....lg.,.- ..,, ,N , K , ,.WW j ' WS ' W " Q ,, .. , Xl A , , , ...,,v .M .,., N ,,,,,mm hAh,, MM A ,, ' ' ' , H -sr .A f- .. 2 ff' , Q f if S :Emir ' U ' an ' ' f f- m uff Q' V' L K . ull ,S V H- ,.,. ,,. V s 7 ,.,.. 4 ' K V ' f . Abel Bahrs Barnes Bauer Bissel Rlzufk Bollinger Bower lsrandcnburg Breuer Coleman Furnxarfk Craig Crosby Ilirr Ilods Doyle lic-kerlin Ehler Enger Enger Enneking Esselman Fehrenbach Fennessy Frank Gardner Graybill Gutzwiler Haar Haering Hall Haskell Hasselbusch Hauer Heckel Heismann Heitfelt Hessler Heller Hogeback Homer Holt Kaelin Kamphaus Katenhrink Keelim: Kleine Knoop PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE SOPHOMCDRE CLASS t, L, .Q a.,.....4 ' A .. ....t..,., .X.. . . N... Q 'X 1 W.- ...,.,..... .,..r,.,..........,...'s Q l - , ' wx h .1 X . l All ' ' t Q' 7? ' I 5... ., x it ws .g.,W,t,,,,,,t , Q 4 . L , Ml ,, A .-, ,,,,,.,... .,.. - .M ..,-,...... ,...................... ...N ..-WWA ..,r.,.,,, .Xv..v . ,. ,.,..,..., .,,,.,H,......-..--,..-.,..-W, Q 1 ,F 1 -v , ' I xx 2 , X v ff, 4 3 ,,, f f"l . l 'X L . sf J ,,......,.,.V...... ...,,, ,.., .W........f-L--,,--WNw--- --'----A-.-f--f-- ......- . .. ,,... , ,...... ,wx ' f Q Q -b l -.-0 Q 4 .W 'Z' W Sr! I I l . .QQ S I A I' A l 1 A 4 , 'x .' 1 ' - . l f J 2 lf A - 1- ' f ,.,t ,1 W1 ,.,., J linrdenbrnck Kuhn Kuhlman Lawrence Leibrook Linne Linz Llsternmn Luhur Lohnwler Alatre McCracken Menke Mettler Metznt-r Miller Miller Morris Neldhard Packer Perez Perrlne Petersen Phllllps Pierson Quinlan Salzman Schmidt Svhupp Sa-hwulv Schwettxnan Shannon Shultz Smith Snider Stnffer Swartz Teatro Trltllln Turner Urmston Ware Waters Weller Wells Wlrth Wolfe Wright Zlvannvlts PAGE TWENTY -NINE FRESHMAN CLASS "Vessels large may venture more, But little boats should keep near shore." Once again the Freshmen were assigned to four home-rooms. These were in charge of Miss Fredricks, Miss Frost, Miss Krick, and Mrs. Kalkbrenner. When all were in and accounted for, the enrollment stood at 114, representing the several districts as follows: Mt. Healthy, 52, Monfort Heights, 23, Finney- town, 125 Springdale, 95 New Burlington, 7g Colerain, 1. Early in September they enjoyed a "Get-Acquainted Party" in the gym. Later they elected these oitlcers to represent thir group: OFFICERS President ....,.,......,.,,............ ..,,,....,............... J udson Hoy Vice-President ,,,...,..,... .......,,., T homas Graham Secretary .......,...........,... ..,..,...................... A nn Bertsch Treasurer .........,,.,.,,. ...........,,.............. J anet Haupt Home Room Teachers ,.,.......... ....,...,... Miss Ruth Fredricks Miss Ethel L. Frost Mrs. A. Kalkbrenner Miss Barbara Krick Adkins, Bea Allen, LaVerne Apple, Eugene Arkle, Gary Arnold, Carson Baldwin, Vernon Bauer, Sylvia Baughmann, Joanne Baumann, Richard Becker, Mary Ann Beer, Eleanor Beetz, Irene Bertsch, Ann Binzer, Ralph Blum, Paul Bowman, Earl Boyers, Frank Buckmaster, Julia Canter, Mary Jean Chappel, William Claussen, Anna Duncan, Juanita Duty, Barbara Eckerlin, Jean Ehlman, James Eith, Leroy Faske, Anita Felss, Jeanette Ferris, Betty Fields, Mary Fischer, Robert Flowers, Catherine Flowers, Ellen Frank, Vernon Frondorf, Thomas Gardner, Robert Goldsmith, Evangeline Goodwin, Daniel Graham, Thomas Griffes, Nancy Guy, John Hanfbauer, ,Zita Harp, Charlotte ' Haupt, J anet A ,Il '4'Y3'l l MEMBERS Hayes, Mildred Hebel, Mary Ann Hettrick, Robert Hilton, Elmer Hogeback, Melvin Holtgrefe, Jack Hostetler, Dola Mae Howard, William Hoy, Judson Huston, Floyd Huy, Andrew Imsande, Roger Insprucker, Lloyd Junkung, Janice Karches, Donald Kokemohr, Wilma Kunstman, Lois Lewis, Nellie Leibrook, Colleen Linz, Ray Lucke, Joan Ludwig, Harriet MacDonald. Merle Marshall, Patty Marucci, Nina Jo Mateikat. Arthur McAteer. James McCollum, Jack McKenney, Shirley Miller, Eugene Miller, Marilyn Mitchell, Roy Moore, Ernest Muhlenhard, Loretta Neidhard, Joseph Netherland. Marjorie Niehaus. Gene Niehaus, Rita Niehaus. Ruth Noe, LaVerne Nortmann. Robert Oakley, A Don Packer,..Ronald ",,g Pansing, Williamiffsg H A . 5' ,-,Ls-gf: Pfriem, James Phillips, Phyllis Pierman, Joseph Prather, Arlene Quigg, Allene Ratliff, Charles Ratliff, Joyce Remers, Richard Rickey, Harriett Ries, Norbert Rotert, William Salzman, Jack Sand, George Schneider, Ardath Scholl, Lois Schon, Donald Schunk, Vera Schwietering. Joseph Sloan, Robert Smith, Frank Smith, Mary Margaret Songer, Kimble Songer, Marion Stenger, Jack Supe, Eleanor Tansing, Clara Mae Telford, William Thomas, Dalton Trifllio, Eugene Ulrich, Lois Jean Vogel, Robert Van Horne. Richard Wagner, Clayton Wahoff, Steve Watts, Jack Weigel, Charles Weimer, Clara Weitzel, William Welland. Jean Wethington, Howell Wiest, Russel Wolterman. Jean Zillig, Carl Zoller, Paul THE FRESHMAIN' CLASS . 1 J . 2 -5? .1 .xv W, x 5 Adkins lfillllllllllil n Hownnln E4-kvrlln l"l:u'lwr Guy lllltml llnsunrlc ln-ilvrouk 1 ,ia I. X r K Allan llillllllbillll liuycrs Ellllnznn Frank Hunflmuer Hnpzclravk lnspruvkur Llnz Appla- Rucker Huvklnastcr lfllth Fronflurf Harp Hullegrvfc .lunkung l4llllWl1,! vL.l 1 f ' 4 1 ...,. A 14.15 A A f, Arklv Hccr Hmppel Faskc Gardner Haunt Hustetlvr Karvhes Luc-ke .25 A Q i 5 l ,F X . v.q..L .MW 1 K .l -Q P rx I -s B I h 'f A .. Arnnld licrtch Flauscn Fclss Goldsmith Hayes Hoy Knkelnohr Ma:-Donald 38 .38 1' Baldwin llinzer lrunvan Ferris Hnmlwin Hehel Huston Kuntslnan Mnrslmll Q. 'Q Hllllfl' Hllllll Duty Fields Graham Hettrivk Huy Lewis Marlwvi PAGE THIRTY-ONE THE FRESHMAN CLASS Mm'Ateen Neilierlami Parker Halliff Sand Smith I'1ri1'h PAGE THIRTY-TWO AIc'Kinney Niehaus Iansiiig Iiullitf Sulmeidrl' Songer Vogel Miller Niehaius l'friem Iiemers Scholl Supe Wagner' Wolle Mita-hell Niehaus Phillips Hickey Srhon Tansing Wahofl' rman Moore Noe Pierman llies Svhunk Telford Weilzel Zillig Zoller Muhlenhard Nortmann Prather Rotert Schwietering Thomas Welland Neidhard Oakley Qlligg Salzman Sloan Trifllio Wiest PAGE THIRTY-THREE I 0 l gl PAGE THIRTY-FOUR Dotzaucr, Listcrmann, Hciscl, Bauer, XVUH' Come on, Come on Beat 'em Beat 'em , Beat 'em, Beat 'em J Red! Come on, Black! Healthy! Set 'em back: team, beat 'em! team, beat 'em! fairg beat 'em square! team, beat 'em! Victory, Victory, is our cry- V-i-c-t-o-r-y, Can we? Will we? well, I guess We belong to M. H. H. S. ALMA MATER Mt. Healthy High we sing your praise Loyal we will be always Mt. Healthy ever true we'll be Urging you to vic-tor-y Hail all hail to black and red We will strive to forge ahead. The great trees that round you rise Seem to tower to the skies With autumn's glorious sunset glow, Winter's coverlet of snow Spring's budding leaves and bright blue sky We cherish all, Mt. Healthy High. BASKETBALL QUEEN W -" l V Q 1 ' S gg Q f 'if l Saifnifi' 'P onto tg X l Jodi Q. I 4 A s N ' If . 1 : I FI O it 1 , V B ii I 5 u i ' ' ,QL A X Q 'Q Glnuusau 'F ' by The third annual election of Basketball Queen was preceded by a lively cam- paign, including the several skits to introduce the candidates. Each presentation seemed more novel than the preceding oneg each candidate, more charming. Who will soon forget the toga-clad Roman procession with the slaves bearing the ornate litter in which rode the Latin Club's candidate, Charleen Aug? Voting was followed by a week of anticipation. Then the BIG EVENT! Between games in the contest with Greenhills, every eye was fixed on the entrances to the gym. "Who is that coming from the left?" "Oh, can you see who just entered from the right?" Finally from the center entrance, advancing across the floor came the queen-elect, Charleen Aug. Co-captains, Jim Ramsey and Jim Stubblefield stepped forward to place the crown upon her head and the flowers in her hand. Congratulations and good wishes! Truly a gala event. CANDIDATES AND THEIR SPONSORS Charleen Aug .,....,..,,,.........,..,,,..... .....,..,......,.,.,......,..,,...,.......,......,.,........,,.,..,..........,.,,.., C lientes Latinae Mildred Burger ,.......... ............,..,......... ....,,.,.,,....... S p otlight Club Yvonne Bauer ..,........, ,.,..,.....,.,..,........,............,.,...............,.. - ,.....,.,........ H i-Y Joan Hoy .........,............. ......,......, G irls' Athletic Association Erna Lucke .........., ,..., ,....,,..,.,....,.....,...,,,,.,,,.,,......,..,.,,., G l ee Club Violet Perez .........,, ,....... ...,..,,.....,.....,,,..,,...... S p anish Club Shirley Rowland ..,,...,,... ..,,...... L iterary Gold Diggers Marjorie Sauer. .,........ ..,,...,....,..,...,,..,,.......,. P ep Squad Teresa Stenger .,,..,....,, ,...,....,..... G irl Reserves PAGE THIRTYFIVE 4 ffl I: - 0 SCORES OF LEAGUE GAMES We They We 55-Madeira ........ .... , 36 38-Madeira ,..,. ,,.. . .. ........, .,.. . ,. 44-Terrace Park, ,,,....,... ,..,..... ......,.... 3 8 36-Plainville ,. ., . 50-Sharonville , , . A .,... ,, 35 33-North College Hill 29-North College Hill ,............. ......,.. 2 2 42-Colerain ...,. ,,.,......,................,. ....,.,... 45-Taylor . ....... .,........,.44,.E.,.,...... ......l..,. 2 7 36-Harrison ,,......,.........,,......,,.. ...,..... . 37-Colerain ....,,.,..,..,,,E... .,...,. I , ..l.E , 22 46-Greenhills . ..... 53-Ross Township .,., , .. ,,,.... 45 55-Ross Township A , 36-Greenhills ..i. ,... , ...,. 3 2 47-Glendale ,,,... ,,.. , , ,, 46-Anderson ..............,. HAMILTON COUNTY TOURNAMENT 41-Colerain ..,... ..., . ,, ...... 19 41-Terrace Park , 43-Greenhills ,. ,,...,. 31 38-Harrison , DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 63-Deer Park, ....... ....,,, ,.........,. 3 2 44-Fairfield 42-Fayetteville .. ..i. , , 25 48-Reading RAGE THIRTY-Six They 34 42 32 .. 32 .. 26 .. 21 34 .. 53 33 ,38 .37 47 . 44 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM RUW UNE-Curling, Melvin, Stulrhletleld, Ramsey, Koch, Garrod. ROW TWU Vogel, McCracken. Fischer, Fasold, Abel, Mr. Milner. One of the biggest thrills at M. H. H. S. this year was the basketball season. Hitting very few rapids, the team sailed along very well with co-captains Jim Ramsey and Jim Stubblefield. The squad won the League Championship with little trouble. Then it took the Hamilton County Tourney and finished in third place in the District meet at Xavier Field House, by defeating Reading, champions of the Millcreek Valley League. Four counties participated in this tournament: Brown, Butler, Clermont, and Hamilton. Teams representing these counties and the exempted village schools competed. Co-Captains l...,,...... 5 James Ramsey lJames Stubblefield Coach .,.,. ,,.,,.. . ,,.,......,.. M r. A. W. Milner Manager ,... ...,,...,,.. ,.,... L e onard Vogel MEMBERS Abel, Carl ....,...........i...........,....,,.....,,.,.,.,,..... i............ F orward Bigley, Richard ..,.,,.,.. Fasold, Jack ..,..,..,, Fisher, William .,....... Garling, Richard .. Garrod, Donald .......... ,.........,...Guard ,.............Guard .,........Center ,.,........,.Forward-Guard Koch, Paul ,.,..,.,.,.,.,........... .... ,,.....,..,..,..,...... F o rward Maynard, David ,.,.,l......... ,..,s, . , s,.,l,l,..... Forward. McCracken, Kendall Melvin, Ray-mond , ,,..,...., ,,., . , ,,,.. Forward .,,,..,,,,.,..Guard Miller, William ,,.........,, ..,........... G uard Ramsey, James ., .,.., A, Schunk, Morris ,.,..,, .. ,..,......,..Center ,....,,Guard Stubblefield, J ames., ,.........., ,....,,.,,., F orward PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN BASKETBALL CRESERVE TEAM? ROW ONE-Vogel, Remers, Blum, Graybill, Urmston, ROW 'l'W0-Luechauer. Hoy, Wahoff. Miller. Schupp, Eckerlin. Mr. Milner. The Reserve Team did not sail so far as the Varsity, but they gave us what we may call a successful season. Although they met some bad luck on a few occasions, they were never down. The team was fairly tall and played hard under the leadership of their captain, Don Kuhlmann. SCORES OF LEAGUE GAMES We They We 45--Madeira ii..ii....4.,.,...,.. ...i..... ,,,.,... ,....., 1 8 3 2-Madeira .....,..., ............,..i,... 12-Terrace Park ...,,.......,.... ........ 2 8 13-Plainville .....,........i... , .,.,. . 34-Sharonville i.......,,..... .,...,,,. ...ii,.. 3 2 6-North College Hill ,......... 22-North College Hill i.......,, ........ 2 4 10-Colerain ......... ,....,.. ,............. 17-Taylor ....,..............,............... ..,..,.. 3 0 34-Harrison ,, ,...........i 19-Colerain ........,.................... ...i... 6 39-Greenhills .,................ .... 37-Ross Township .......,....,. ....,,., 3 1 34-Ross Township ,. 26-Greenhills ,........l........ll..,....,...,l.,.........,,,.,.. ,, 36 31-Glendale ....,... .. ,..i.,, 23-Anderson ..,....i.l....l HAMILTON COUNTY TOURNAMENT We A They 25 19-Greenhills ..,,..........,... ,..... OFFICERS Captain .,,,i..,..... .................................... .....,....,.............l... D o n Kuhlman Managers i....,,..... ,,,.,.,..,, 5 Edward Matfe lCharles Luechauer C0l1Ch ..,........ .............................,.......,,....,,,..... ................,.,.,,.,,...... M r . Milner MEMBERS Blum, Paul .......w.......................,................. .............. C enter Eckerlin, Al i.........i... i.....,..w..... G uard Graybill, Jim .i......... ................,... G uard Hoy, Jud ..,........,.....,.,... ,,i........... F orward Kuhlman, Don ..........,.. ............... G uard McDonald, Merle ........,.... ,,,,,,,,l,..,4 C enter Miller, Bob ...........,............. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G uard Remers, Dick ........,... ...i,......,., C enter Schupp, Bill .,i......... ............... G uard Urmston, Ken .,......... ............., F orward Vogel, Bob ..............,..... .............. F orward Wahoff, Steve ,........., .......,...... F orward Wiest, Russell ........,.. PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT ...,...,..,.,Forward They 28 20 35 19 .. 10 22 23 15 22 FOOTBALL I'1'Xt 0Yl4'All.g:ls-3' l"isclwl'. llessler. Sunnenhurg. Pierson. Lislcrmzm. SCllllDD. tf .. NNW 'l'WIJ--Nlr. Milner. Neimllmrtl, Gnrrml, Vogel, Hurling. Miller. RUN 'l'lIliI-ll-1-lisselinnn, Abel, Wm-izem-cker, Raunscy. Haiupt, Morris, Rearmlun. Well, shiver my timbers! If it isn't the football team beginning the season with two victories! Ah! but then it played in hard luck because of injuries to two Hrst-string men, who were therefore unable to hold down their positions in later games. To bc sure, two players could probably not have made all the difference between winning and losing, but they would have helped, no doubt. With five letter men left for next year's squad, Coach Milner has great hope for a good season. Lct's come out and back the team! What do you say? September 22 October 6 ., , SCORES OF LEAGUE GAMES OPPONENTS MT. HEALTHY Madeira-16 Greenhills--32 ., ., 30 October 13 . .. Colerain-18 ....,.. 6 October 20 Taylcr-53 , ....... ,,.i.,.. . 0 October 26 , ..,,, ...Sharonville-8 ,...., .. 44 Coach ..., , ii... . .......,, ,...,,., M r. A. W. Milner Captain . ..,. ..,,,......,.,......, ,,,,.,,, . . ...,,,... D onald Haupt Managers ,. ,....... Len Vogel and Bud Matre MEMBERS Abel. Carl . .. ....,, ,,,, ., Half Miller, Robert ,........ . .,,. End Bigley, Richard ,. ,..... Quarterback Miller, James ,,,.,,. ...,, ,.......,,. . . ., ,. Half Esselman, Hubert .... ,...,... ....,. .,,........... E n d Morris, Robert . ,.,.,.. ...,.,., , .,,..,.....,,....,... . ...End Garling, Richard Garrod, Don . . .. Hagen, Robert ,. ,. Haupt, Donald . , ., Listerman, Robert ,.,.. . Miller, Wm. . .. Pierson, Roger. ....., , Ramsey, James .. ,..., ,, End Reardon, Robert . ,.,,.., , Schupp, William ,.., Sunnenburg, Alvin .. Weizenecker, Bayard . , .,,..,,.. -Half End and Half ,. , .,..... , ...Half .,,,.........Center . M- ,Half Quarterback .. .,...........,, Center ..............,Half ,, ,,..,..., Center PAGE THIRTY-NINE BASEBALL ROW ONE-Eckerlin, Chambers, Garrocl. Stubhletlelfl, Megginson. Honnert, Abel. ROW TWO-Steiner, Mr. Milner, Waters, Westrich, Miller, Huy, Melvin, Frisch. Lucchauer The baseball team got off to a good start with approximately twenty-five boys putting in bids for berths. With practices held on Mondays and Wednesdays, the team soon rounded into shape and opened its regular season against Colerain, when it was defeated 6-2. Don Garrod had the honor of scoring the first run of the season for our team. This year's team was well-balanced, combining defensive ability and offensive power. There was an abundance of moundsmen, with four pitchers sharing the pitching duties. LINE-UP J. Stubblefield, lst b. Jim Waters, c. Jim Megginson, 2nd b. CCapt.J Paul Koch, p. Al Eckerlin, s. s. Ed Huy, p. Bill Miller, 3rd b. Ken Frisch, p. Bob Westrich, l. f. C. Abel, p. Ray Melvin, c. f. Mr. A. W. Milner, Coach Mel Honnert, r. f. C. Leuchauer, Mgr. Don Garrod, c. C. Steiner, Mgr. SCHEDULE Colerain .....,... ................................,........,... 6 - Healthy 2 Harrison ..,..... ...........................,.,........,. 3 -- Healthy 6 Greenhills ,..,..,. ......... 1 1- Healthy 4 Miamitown ........ ...,..... 0 - Healthy 20 Taylor ..........,,.. ......,.. 1 O- Healthy 1 BATTING AVERAGES Stubblefield ........ ,...,..................,...,..,,.. . 400 Miller .,............... Melvin .................. ..,.,..,......,.........,............,. . 353 Honnert ........,................. Eckerlin ...............,..............,....,........................ .308 Team Batting Average ..,........,. ........ . 242 PAGE FORTY TRACK IIUNN' UNH Schunk, liramlvnhurg, Kiruha-r, Malone, Noe, Houck, Bolling:-r. IIOXV TXVO NVu1vrs, Hi-ssh-r, Srhupp, Fl-Iss, NVQ-inn-r, Leibrook, Hog:-huvh, lickl-rlin, Hs-ll, Mrs. Kalk- hri-nm-r, lihlcr, Abc-l. IKUXY 'l'HlllCl'1-'Mc-izm-r, Picrnumn, Schmidt, Rutert, Shannon, Lewis. ROW FOUR Wim-st, Weber, l.iu-clmucr, XV:-lland. RUNV FIVIQ Mr. Nlilnvr, NVau's-hier, Garrml, Mc-gginson, Ranlsvy. To all appearances, track was even more popular this year than usual. A large number of students were out getting in trim for the several meets in which the school was entered. Results to date are as follows: BOYS' MEET AT PLAINVILLE-APRIL 26 Shot Put Pole Vault Jim Ramsey, ..., . .. ...,. .o,..o ....,.......,. 1 s t place Don Garrod and Jim Megginson 100,ya,.d Dash ....,... ,,...,. . ,, ,l...............,............. Tie for 3rd place Jim Ramsey . ., 2nd place High Jump 220-Yard Dash Paul Waechter .,,.. . .3rd place Jim Ramsey . ,. ....,. ,.2nd place GIRLS' MEET AT GREENHILLS-APRIL 27 Hurdles High Jump l Lois Wolf ....,, ,l,.i . ...... 2 nd place 19.3 sec.J Je-an Eckeflm e'ee4.e ,-tAee e-.aa 1 S t Place 64 ft.l Joyce Kircher ,, . .,.... ...... ....,.,.. 4 t h place LOIS W01f ...... . .... . ...... .....,.. ,.....2nd place 50-Ya7'd Dash Soft Ball Throw Lois Wolf ...,.. .,.. .........,.. 1 s t place C7 sec.J Ruth Swartz .,...,............ lst place C161.5 ft.l Wanda Brandenburg ..,..rr.... ,,,.... 2 nd place 75-Yard Dash Nellie Lewis .,,. ,....,...... 1 st place 69.2 sec.J Colleen Leibrook ..r... .. ,.....4r.r..... 2nd place 100-Yard Dash Nellie Lewis ..... ,..... 1 st place 112.9 sec.J Colleen Leibrook ....... ....i, ......,...,, 2 n d place Marylee Hogebach ..,....., ,.. .... ....,., 2 nd place Discus Throw Doris Malone ......... lst place C73 ft., 3 in.D Pat Bell. .....,,. ...............,...,.. , . ..,..,..,... . ...... 2nd place Shot Put Doris Malone .i.....,. lst place 128 ft., 1 in.D Laverne Noe.. .....,...,,....... ......., . . ..s.,, .. 2nd place Relay was won by Mt. Heatlhy. HAMILTON COUNTY MEET-MAY 4 Mt. Healthy Schools made second place Senior Boys won first place. Jim Ramsey won four blue ribbons. PAGE rosrv omg +I 1' . Qzw . SHIRLEY N11-:MAN MARY PEREZ MARY ELLEN DUMONT ZEM ZEM AWARD Once again the Zem Zem is proud to record the winners of the annual Scholar- ship Award, presented to members of the class of 1944. The prize goes to the person or persons fin case of very small difference in averages of the highest and next highest? who have maintained the highest averages of grades in academic subjects over the four-year course. They are: Shirley Nieman, Mary Perez, and Mary Ellen Dumont. At present all three girls are enrolled at the University of Cincinnati. Shirley is following a co-operative course in the College of Engineeringg Mary is attend- ing classes in the Evening College, being employed during the dayg and Mary Ellen is pursuing a course in Child Training in the department of Household Arts. PAGE FORTY-TWO ZEM ZEM STAFF ROW ONE-Miss Frost. Heisel. Klrcher, Esselman, Stehle, Schubert. Dotznuer. ROW TWO-Schunk. McGee. Scholl, Garrod. Reardon. Redden. lt0W 'l'HRl:1E-Weizenecker, Stubhlefleld, Bokor. "Hearts of oak are our ships." To keep the log of the voyage through this year of high school required a crew of fifteen, seven seniors and eight juniors, with Miss Frost as navigator. Activities for us began with the election of officers. This done, we began in earnest to plot our course. In retrospect, we recall the assembly at which Ensign R. E. Engelmann, former editor of the Zem Zem, addressed the student body. At this time we presented to the school a picture of Independence Hall. As usual, we contributed to the War Chest and arranged to award the scholarship prize. In order to add to the bank balance, the Zem Zem gave a dance, "Thr- Annual Amble." that is all over, and we find year of work and pleasure. Editor ,.,.....r...,,...,.,..,,.,...,,....,,,......... Busmess Manager ....,..,......... Soon it was time to solicit advertisements, collect installments on subscrip- tions, choose covers, take pictures, etc., etc., too numerous to mentlon. But at last ourselves eager to celebrate the conclusion of our Advertising Manager ............ Circulating M anager.. .......,... . Secretary ..................,........,.... Adviser ........,... Bokor, Frank Dotzauer, Lois Esselman, Joan Garrod, Don Heisel, Ruth MEMBERS Kircher, Joyce McGee, Robert Reardon, Robert Redden, James Scholl, Richard .-.Ethel Schubert Bayard Weizenecker -..Morris Schunk .............James Stubblefield ..............Rose Stehle Miss E. L. Frost Schubert, Ethel Schunk, Morris Stehle. Rose Stubblefield, James Weizenecker, Bayard PAGE FORTY-THREE GIRL RESERVES T ROW 0Nl'leJ. lint-ke, Ulrich, Hoy, Dotzauer, Kircher, Hartung, Keeling, Knoop, Bissel, Netherland, S. Bauer. ROW 'l'W0wliickey, Schoenlanh. Tansing, Turner, Weimer, Lober, Duncan, Leibrook, Stenger, Ware Borcherding. ROW THREE-Mrs. Hughes, Renter, Marshall, Adkins, Marucci, Salzman, Gutzwiler, T. Bauer, Ang, Dirr, Heitfeld, Hott, Feiss, Wirth, Listerman, Heismann, Bertsch, Byrd, Miss Fredricks. ROW .FOUR--Hanpt, Katenbrink, Heisel, Wolf, Ratlitf, Burger, Schneider, Hoock, Brown, Koehler, Moore, Shultz, Welland Enger Harp. The Girl Reserves sailed "full-steam ahead" through another successful season. MEMBERS The chief engineer was none other than Bonnie Hartung, who had as her devoted stooge, Ruth Heisel. The "cute little honey" who took care of the money was our own Tony Bauer. Lois Hudson kept minutes that were well enough camouflaged to hold the interest of the members. June Byrd made the regular meetings bright with various entertaining and instructive programs. One worthy of special men- tion was the discussion "Germany under Hitler." The entire group enjoyed the annual "Get-Together" banquet, and admit that the food supplied by the Mothers' Council played no small part in the success of the affair. The G. R.'s initiated the school dance season with the "G. R. Jive" and spon- sored the "Easter Eggstacy" in March. The peak of events for them came with the annual Prom on December 23 with its beautiful setting for the crowning of the queen. Joan Hoy made a lovely sovereign accompanied by the Hi-Y president, Ken Frisch, as king. As we look back at the more serious side of our activities, we see the Recog- nition Service at which members are officially recognized as Girl Reserves. To conclude a happy year, the club sponsored the G. R. Boat-ride on April 20, an event welcomed by all lovers of water and sight-seeing. More Fun!!! President ......................,.... ..... .........,.. B o nnie Hartung Vice President ..........,, ...........,.....,. R uth Heisel Secretary .,.,,.,.......... ........,,,,.,........... L ois Hudson Treasurer ....,.,... .........................., T helma Bauer Advisers ..,.,.....,,.. .....,,..,,....................,l..,.... .... M Y S- L- W- Hughes Miss R. Fredricks Adkins, Beatrice Aug, Charleen Bauer, Sylvia Bauer, Thelma Bell, Patricia Bertsch, Ruth Felss, Jeanette Fields, Mary Klein, Dorothy Knoop, Mabel Goldsmith, Evangeline Koehler, Nancy Gutzwiller, Joyce Hartung, Bonnie Harp, Charlotte Borcherding, Charlotte Hauer, Joy Brown, Deva Burger, Mildred Byrd, June Craig, Ida Jane Dirr, Jean Dotzauer, Lois Duncan, Juanita Duty, Barbara Enger, Jo Ann PAGE FORTY-FOUR Haupt, Janet Heisel, Ruth Heitfield, Helen Heismann, Florence Hoock, Esther Hott, Lorraine Hoy, Joan Hudson, Lois Keeling, Janet Kircher, Joyce Leibrook, Colleen Listermann, Virginia Lober, Jane Long, Pauline Lucke, Erna Malone, Doris Marshall, Janet Marucci, Nina Jo McKinney, Shirley Meyer, Clare Moore, Jayne Netherland, Marjorie Packer, Elizabeth Perrine, Vivian Ratliff, Joyce Reuter, Shirley Rickey, Harriet Salzman, Roberta Schneider, Ardath Schoenlaub, Elizabeth Shultz, Imogene Schappel, Rita Mae Stenger, Teresa Tansing, Clara Turner, Jane Ulrich, Lois Welland, Jean Wirth, Shirley Wolf, Lois Wolfe, Marian I-ll-Y ROW 0Nl'1-M4-Gee. Abel. Burger. Shannon. Stuhhleflelfl. Sl'llllllk, Binzer, Frist-ln. RUW TWO-Mr. Milner. Miller, Gnrrorl. Redden, Eicli, House, Westrivh. IUJW 'l'lllll'1l'1-llimcs, Vogel. Honnert. Wcizenecker, Ilokur. iluupt. lfzisolfl. "More cider and doughnuts?" More and more! The Hi-Y is getting off to a genial year of wcrk and fun at the Hallowe'en meeting. And the cider was good-well, anyway strong-for it took the finish off a certain desk! The club piqued the curiosity of everyone by the mysterious "N. N." which appeared suddenly on all black-boards to advertise their dance. CAnd it prcved to mean "Nameless Nonsense"J. Do tell! Next, the boys were seen pencil and paper in hand, unusually information- eager, and boldly inquiring, "Who? What? When? Where?" if any bit of con- versation sounded promising. Result? The Hitch-Hiker! Their special good deed for the year was furnishing and hanging a new cur- tain for the balcony railing in the gym. Jim Stubblefield was chosen to represent the Mt. Healthy Hi-Y at the conven- tion in Columbus. He reported a worth-while conference and a good 1ime. The customary joint meeting with the Girl Reserves proved valuable to both crganiza- tions. A hay-ride and picnic brought the busy season to a close. President . Vice-President ,, Treasurer Secretary. Adviser Abel, Carl Allendorf. Ralph Binzer, Robert Bokor, Frank Burger, Henry Eich, James Erhardt, David Fasold, Jack OFFICERS MEMBERS Frisch, Kenneth Garrod, Donald Greer, Robert Haupt, Donald Himes, Joseph Hcnnert, Melvin House, Vess McGee, Robert ,..,....,..,...Kenneth Frisch . . James Stubblefield Ralph Allcndorf , ,.....,.., Donald Garrod Mr. A. W. Milner Miller, William Redden, James Shannon, Willia Schunk, Morris ITI Stubblefield, James Vogel, Leonard Westrich. Rober t Wcizeneckcr, Bayard PAGE FORTY-FIVE SPOTLIGHT CLUB r ROW ONE-Mrs. Van Atta, Pohl, McGee, Voelker, Davis, Bauer, Holzhauser, Rowland, Hartman, Hoy, Huser, Aug, Frisch, Melvin. ROW TWO-Schunk, Long, Plummer. Stehle, Schappel, Wolfe, Stahl. ROW THREE-Rodler, Lucke, Petersen, Stenger, Heid, Lawson,1Schubert, Binzer. ROW FOUR-Braun, Chambers, Stubbletleld, Honnert, Huy, Haupt. "Just one ticket left! Who wants it? Best seat in the house!" This refrain echoed through the halls of M. H. H. S. during the last week of rehearsal for the annual play. It brought results. The auditorium was sold out for two nights and "Come Rain or Shine" was a great success. In preparation for this play, the club had met bi-weekly to study the tech- nique of producng a play. Skits from time to time helped to clarify ideas. Among skits presented to larger audiences were the one to present Mildred Burger, can- didate for Basketball Queen, and those on the program at Open House. And so, the Spotlight Club drops anchor after another busy season. CAST OF CHARACTERS MRS. GRAYSON ................... .............................,.........,........................,,............ .,..,..., B e tty Plummer Shgley glose o ert inzer GLEN GRAYSON, JR. .....,,.. ......... I goms Schunk on Haupt MR. GLEN GRAYSON .......,..,..,...,., ,..,..... J mes Swbbleaeld JACQUELINE GRAYSON .......,,,.,. ....... Y Marlon Wolfe Shirley Rowland Teresa Stenger HELEN .,,...,.,,....................................,,...... , ?aul1Be icing i . oy ec e meier ivms. sPARKs ,....,.,,.... .. Alice Holzhauser IRENE HOLDEN .,..,..,..,,.. Tlta Schappel Carol Lawson AGNES HOLDEN ......... Ruth Bauer DAN LYONS ,........,,.....,,.,..........,. ROSEMARY MARCH DICK CLEMENTS ........ JULIA MARCH ......... ELLA STONE ......,... FRED MONROE ..,...... ANNE BARRY ....... PAGE FORTY-SIX Ethel Schubert Frank Bokor Robert Chambers SRuth Hartman 2 Joan Hoy Robert McGee Ray Melvin Betty Heid Betty Huser Rose Stehle Charleen Aug Kenneth Frisch lVernon Haubner Helen Barnes Mildred Burger GLEE CLUB ROW UNF:-hll'CI'ill'k0Il. Renter. Petersen, Hoy, Gritfes, Borchcrfling, Bollinger. ROW TWO-Wzirc, Kaitenhrink, Knnstnmn, Linlwig, Bertsch, Byrd, Richcn, Hoock, li. Lnckc. Kccling. Mairncci, Netherland. ROW 'l'llRl'1l'1-Slnlltz. Schnhcrt, l-'uskc-, Phillips, Pfsinknch, Hogeback, J. Lucke, Leihrook, Dllllflilll, Lewis, llccr, Mnhlenhzirrl, Schneider. ROW l"0l7ll-Lolnneier. Linz, Banner, Knoop, Junkung, Mr-Kinney,. Plnlnlncr. Winn. Stehle, Noe, Ulrich. Welland, llunpt. Duty, Tansing, Rickey, Hostetler, Miss McClure. ROW I-'IYI-I Hammond, Black, Hessler, Rotert, Shannon, Ehler, Heckel, Morris. Garrod, Melvin. Schunk. C. Shannon. Metzner. Wright, Cumbow, Barnes. lmsande. As our ship is making ready to dock at the end of another happy school year, we recall the activities of the Glee Club. This organization has accomplished much under the leadership of Miss McClure. The entire group sang for the P. T. A. program on Fathers' Night. Again at Open House in March, the club was represented on the program, by a boys' quar- tet and a small chorus. The highlight of the season was the annual recital, "I Hear America Singing," presented on April 27 in the auditorium. This program, consisting of patriotic music and folk-songs and dances of the United States, was well accepted by a large audience. The orchestra joined with the Glee Club to make it an excellent entertainment. President, ......i. ....... , . Vice President ,........ Treasurer ,......,.......i... Secretary ...........,. Librarian ,. ,,,. Adviser ...,,,... Barnes, Alexis Bauer, Thelma Beer, Eleanor Bertsch, Ruth Bollinger, Wally Borcherding, Charlotte Byrd, June Cumbow, Elliot Duncan, Juanita Duty, Barbara Ehler, Marvin Faske, Anita Greer, Robert Hammond, Robert Heckel, Jack Hessler, Gene Hogeback, Mary Lee Hoock, Esther Hostetler, Dola Mae Hoy, Joan Junkung, Janice Katenbrink. Ruth MEMBERS Keeling, Janet Knoop, Mabel Leibrook, Colleen Lewis, Nelly Linz, Rita Lohmeier, Laura Ann Lucke, Erna Lucke, Joan Ludwig, Harriet Marucci, Nina Jo McCracken, Eddie McKinney, Shirley Melvin, Ray Metzner, Robert Miller, Marilyn Muhlenhard, Loretta Netherland, Marjorie Noe, Laverne Petersen, Mary Phillips, Phyllis Pierson, Roger Pfankuch, Jean Hoy ..........Ethel Schubert ..............Robert Greer ............Roger Pierson ............,Richard Wright Miss E. McClure Plummer, Betty Reuter, Shirley Richen, Betty Lou Rickey, Harriet Rotert, William Schneider, Ardath Schubert, Ethel Shunk, Morris Shannon, Carl Shannon, William Shultz, Imogene Stehle, Rose Stubblefield, Jim Tansing, Clara Mae Ulrich, Lois Jean Watterman, Jean Ware, June Welemirow, Anita Welland, Jean Winn, Marilyn Wright, Richard PAGE FORTY-SEVEN GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ROW ONE-Craig, Kircher, Hoy, Dotzauer, Listerman, Malone, Knoop, Duncan, S. Bauer, Ware. HOW TWO-A. Bertsch, Turner, Abel, Kokomohr, Netherland, Weimer, Lober, Byrd, R. Bertsch, Borcher- ding, Leibrook, C. Kordenbrook. ROW THREE-Mrs. Kalkbrenner, Bell, Meyer, Keeling, Renter, Gutzwiler, Lucke, Tansing, Ulrich, Wel- Innrl, Shultz, Eckerlin, Adkins. ROW FOUR-Zivanovits, Hholl, Haupt, Heisel, Wolf, Beer, Schneider, Rickey, Stenger, Hoock, Moore, linger, Linne, HOQZEIIQICII. The G. A. A. embarked on another year on September 12 with a party for new and old members. The next day an initiation was held. Then on October 28, the members enjoyed a hay-ride. All this time, every Tuesday the girls had prac- ticed archery and baseball. January 13 came, and a Skating Party at Sefferinds, followed by a dance in February. During the early winter, the girls bowled and played badminton. Then, later, basketball was their major sport. At Open House, twelve girls played an exhibition game, and again on March 27, they travelled to Plainville and defeated that team in two games. When spring finally arrived, it found the girls ready to practice track. After this, the members made another journey to Plainville on May 12, where G. A. A.'s from different schools had a Play Day. That night, to end a perfect day, and a lpierfelct year, the members and their guests had another hayride at Handlebar anc . Preszdent .................,..... .,......... D oris Malone Vice President ..,...,..... ,.............,.,,........ P at Bell Secretary ................ ................. J ayne Moore Treasurer .......... .........,...,...... L ois Dotzauer Adviser .............. ...,...,..,...., - ..................... .............. M r s. Kalkbrenner MEMBERS Bauer, Sylvia Hoste'ler, Dola Mae Perrine, Vivian Bauer, Thelma Hoy, Joan Ratliif, Joyce Beer, Eleanor Bell, Pat Bertsch, Ann Bertsch, Ruth Borcherding, Charlotte Byrd, June Craig, Ida Jane Dotzauer, Lois Enger, Jo Ann Gutzwiller, Joyce Hartman, Ruth Haupt, Janet Heisel, Ruth Hoock, Esther PAGE FORTY-EIGHT Hudson, Lcis Keeling, Janet Kircher, Joyce Klein, Dorothy Knoop, Mabel Kordenbrock, Carol Kordenbrock, Edith Leibrook, Colleen Lobcr, Jane Lucke, Joan Malone, Doris Meyer, Clare Moore, Jayne Muhlenhard, Loretta Reuter, Shirley Rickey, Harriet Rowland, Shirley Schneider, Ardath Scholl, Lois Stenger, Teresa Swartz, Ruth Ann Tansing, Clara Mae Turner, Jane Ulrich, Lois Jean Ware, June Welland, Jean Wolf, Lois PEP SQUAD ROW ONE-Y. Bauer, Listerluuu, Dotzauer, Craig, Lober, Aug. ROW TWO--'l'. Bauer. Turner, Weimer, Kircher, Knoop, Hott, Phillips. ROW 'I'llRl'1l'1-Miss Krick, Heisel, Huy, Renter, Keeling, Crosby, Lucke, Stenger, Long. ROW FOUR-Bissel, Schultz, Wolf, Cormack, Marucci, Heller. Sauer. "Yea team! Fight! Fight! Fight!" Yep! you guessed it! It's the Pep Squad cheering our boys to victory again! Not only does the Pep Squad root for the teams, but it has helped to imbue the whole school with that cheerin' spirit. When this worthy organzation gave a Pow Wow-a rootin'-tootin', heppy-peppy affair, no wonder we won the game the next day. Then the Pep Squad made all our stomachs happy when they gave two bake sales-with yummy stuff to eat! They sponsored the "Holly Hop" to boost that bank balance to give an even-better Athletic Banquet this year. The club's Basketball Queen candidate, Margie Sauer, was endorsed heartily. And who will ever forget the "drug-store" skit given for Open House. And last, and most important, the Pep Squad closed a successful season by giving the athletes of the school a banquet in which the various awards and let- ters were presented to our well-deserving lads for their enviable records of the year. President ,.........i,.,,..,... ............,,....... J oan Hoy Vice President .........., Teresa Stenger Secretary ..,,...........,.,.. ........,..,.. B etty Huser Treasurer ......,....., ...,..,,.,.,,, C harleen Aug Adviser ...,.......... ....,,.........,..,..,................,. ........,...,,.... M i ss Krick Aug, Charleen Bauer, Sylvia Bauer, Ruth Bauer, Thelma Bissell, Patricia Burger, Mildred Cormack, Mildred Craig, Ida Jane Crosby, Joyce Dotzauer, Lois Doyle, Marjorie Fehrenbach, Doris Flowers, Catherine Gardner, Alberta Haar, Jane Haskell. Romona Heisel, Ruth MEMBERS Heller, Marian Hogebach, Mary Lee Hostetler, Dola Mae Hott, Lorraine Hoy, Joan Huser, Betty Ingle, Marguerite Kamphaus, Shirley Keeling, Janet Kircher, Joyce Klein, Dorothy Knoop, Mabel Leibrook, Colleen Listermann, Virginia Lober, Jane Lucke, Erna Marucci, Nina Jo Miller, Marilyn Packer, Betty Phillipps, Phyllis Reuter, Shirley Perrine, Vivian Salzman, Roberta Schoenlaub, Betty Schappel, Rita Mae Schultz, Imogene Smith, Patricia Stenger, Teresa Sauer, Marjorie Stahl, Ruth Ann Turner, Jane Volmer, Ruth Welemirow, Anita PAGE FORTY NINE LITERARY GOLD DIGGERS ROW ONE-Hudson. Moore, S. Peterson, Hartman, Rowland, Bell. ROW TWO-Mrs. Soller, Wolfe, Esselman, Malone, M. Petersen, Renter. ROW THREE-Borcherding, Hoy, Knoop, l-lartung, Heismann. Well, blow me down, if here isn't the L. G. D., that sensational girls' club with the litreary background! After their fall picnic on the rolling acres of Mr. King, the girls really "went to town," for they joined the Literary Guild which enabled them to see five productions at the Taft Theater. Among these were The Cherry Orchard, Oklahoma, and Othello. Variety, did you say? One drawback to these expeditions was the fact that the girls had to miss seventh period class to arrive in time. CBut you can be certain, none of them ever failed to make the south- bound bus.J Other activities included sponsoring a sparkling candidate for basketball queen, Shirley Rowland. Some of the members participated in a skit, which was one of the program features at Open House. Their dramatic efforts on that occasion aroused the curiosity of the visiting parents, and we fear, perplexed them. In April new members were elected and honored by the usual progressive supper, now a tradition of the group, and a climax to the full schedule of events, sponsored by the L. G. D. President .,...... ,.,........... ,.......... L o is Hudson Vice President ........... ......... M arian Wolfe Secretary .......,.............. ,...., .......... J a yne Moore Treasurer ........... .... Adviser ............ Bell, Patricia Borcherding, Charlotte Esselman, Joan Hartman, Ruth Hartung, Bonnie Heismann, Florence PAGE FIFTY MEMBERS Hoy, Joan Hudson, Lois Knoop, Mabel Malone, Doris Moore, Jayne Petersen, Mary Shirley Petersen ........ Mrs. M. Soller Petersen, Shirley Rowland, Shirley Reuter, Shirley Winn, Marilyn Wolfe, Marian CLIENTES LATINAE ROW 0Nl4l-Mt-Gee. Schupp, llettrick, Esselman, Koch, Miller, McAteer, Urmston, Packer, Pierson. ROW TWO-Ware, Hoy, Bell, Zivunovits Moore Hudson, Richen, Turner, Linne, Keeling, Marucci, Lober. ROW 'l'llltl'1l41-Miss Frost, Quinlan, Miller, Voelker, Winn, Stehle, Borcherding, Reuter, Bower, Schmied, BllL'klll2lNt9l', A. Bertsch, Croshy. RUW FOUR-llessler Cormack, Hartman, Breuer, Lohmeier, Marshall, Ramsey, Malone, Hoock. Salzman. Petersen, R. Bertsch, Reardon. "Mustard? Yes, we have some," says the voice with a smile over a tray of hotdog sandwiches. This was the way C. L. chose to enhance the fun at basket- ball games, and incidentally, to swell the treasury. Whatever the project, it gained the whole-hearted support of all the members. The result? Success in these endeavors and a good time. The club was especially gratified with the election of its candidate as Basket- ball Queen. Their advertising campaign and presentation skit helped to secure the honor for Charleen Aug. For the Open House performance, the club put on some top-notch entertain- ment which earned for Paul Koch a new sobriquet. That "Indian Love Call" surely gets 'em Cor maybe it was the Indian?D. Members had the pleasure of inviting six Freshmen who had very high grades in First-Year Latin to join the organization. They will "carry on the torch." President .,..,.....,,....,,.,...,...,,.......,..,...........,.............,.. - ...........,...............,..........,........,., Robert Miller Vice-President .....,,,..,., .,.....,.. K enneth Urmston Secretary ,... . .,.,,..,....,.... ................ - ...,.... L ois Breuer Treasurer .......,......... ..,.........,.....,.,...................,..,,.,.,...................,............................ P aul Koch Adviser ,,,,...,..., ..............,.....,............,.,.....,,.......,,.,........,..........,,, M iss Ethel L. Frost ACTIVE MEMBERS Allendorf, Ralph Breuer, Lois Cormack, Mildred Crosby, Joyce Esselman, Rubert Gardner, Alberta Hessler, Eugene Keeling, Janet Barnes, Helen Bower, Jo Ann Bell, Patricia Bertsch, Ruth Borcherding, Charlotte Hartman, Ruth Hoock, Esther Koch, Paul Linne, Alice Lober, Jane Lohmeier, Laura Miller, Marjorie Miller, Robert Petersen, Mary Pierson, Roger HONORARY MEMBERS Long, Pauline Malone, Doris Marshall, Janet McGee, Robert Moore, Jayne Ramsey, James Reardon, Robert Hoy, Joan Richen, Betty Hudson, Lois Rowland, Shirley MEMBERS-ELECT Bertsch, Ann Hettrick, Robert Buckmaster, Julia Marucci, Nina Jo Quinlan, Roberta Salzman, Roberta Schupp, William Turner, Jane Urmston, Kenneth Voelker, Ruth Ware, June Reuter, Shirley Salzman, William Sauer, Marjorie Schmied, Marjorie Schunk. Morris Stehle, Rose Winn, Marilyn Zivanovits, Amelia McAteer, James Packer, Ronald PAGE FIFTY-ONE Tl-IE FRENCH CLUB ROW ONE-Bell, Kircher. Hudson, Moore. Byrd, Listerman, Buelte. ROW TWO-Mrs. Hughes, Davis. Rowland. Meyer. Dcckelmeier, Heismann, Esselnmn, Reardon. ROW THREE--McGee, Binzer, Mettler, Shannon, Sunnenburg, Frisch. The French Club risked Hgumming up the works" by selling candied apples in the halls of old M. H. H. S. and was gratified with the results, for they were able to donate 325.00 to American Relief for France. In addition, the Club col- lected a sizable amount of clothing for suffering France. The 10th of December found the French Club at the home of Jayne Moore for initiation of new members. Valentine Day was celebrated by a party, complete with home-made French Valentines. The Club also enjoyed movies from "France Forever," correspondence with French Canadians, and a most interesting talk, on her experiences in France, by Mrs. Soller. In March the Club's Senior Mem- bers began to sport those neat pins. Contrary to popular belief, the regular French classes still function in spite of all these "extracurricular activities." Preszdent ........,............. Vice President ..........,. Secretary ..........,.....,..,,.. Treasurer ..,......,..... Adviser ,,........... Bell, Patricia Binzer, Robert Buelte, Edna Mae Byrd, June Davis, Eileen Deckelmeier, Joy Esselman, Joan PAGE FIFTY TWO .....,......Robert McGee ....,.,........Kenneth Frisch ..........,Joy Deckelmeier .................Jayne Moore L. W. Hughes MEMBERS Frisch, Kenneth Heisman, Florence Hudson, Lois Kircher, Joyce Listerman, Virginia McGee, Robert Mettler, Eugene Meyer, Clare Moore, Jayne Reardon, Robert Rowland, Shirley Shannon, William Sunnenberg, Alvin SPANISH CLUB RUW ONE-Songcr. Sloan, Menke, Tritllio, Wiest, Bigley, Smith, Gardner. ROW 'l'W0-Craig, llochscheirl, Junknng, Supe, Bnnglnnunn, V. Perez, D. Perez, Lohr, Schappel, Hoy. HOW 'l'Hlil41E-Miss Miller, Bower. Schoenlaub, Bissel, Koehler, Noe, Weimer, Dotznuer. ROW I-'0l7li-I.:iwr1-nve, Schwab, Rutcrt, Rcmers, Garrod, Niehaus, Oakley, Vanlflnrne Hola, amigos! This year the Spanish Club has steamed into port with a pro- gram of activities as long astwell, take our word for it, it's long. The club got under way in September, with all three classes meeting separately, because some of the members came on buses and couldn't stay after school. The group was made of fourteen second-year students and twenty-two first-year students. This year, besides learning conjugations and vocabularies, the second-year stu- dents learned slang and everyday expressions. The year was successful and entertaining, for besides their meetings, where - Cugat records were played, they sponsored an amusing skit for Open House. A picnic was given for members on April 23, at Pete King's. Then, on May 5, a Hayride was enjoyed by the members and their guests at Handlebar Ranch. Hasta la vista! President .,,.. ,..,.., .....,,.. ......,..,,...,.,.,., D o n Garrod Vice President .,.....,., ........,,..,,,,.......,.,l.... P at Bissell Secretary ...,,,.........,,,.. ..,.,....... R ita Mae Schappel Treasurer ,,,,,... .,...,...... L orna Mae Lohr Adviser ,..,.... , A.,.,.....,,.......,,....., .,........,, .....,,.,,...... M i ss B. Miller - MEMBERS Baughman, Jo Ann Bigley, Dick Bissell, Pat Bower, Jo Ann Craig, Ida Jane Dotzauer, Lois Gardner, Robert Garrod, Don Hochscheid, Ruth Hoy, Joan Junkung, Janice Koehler, Nancy Kuhlmann, Don Lawrence, Lorraine Lohr, Lorna Mae Marshall, Patty Menke, Clement Niehaus, Jean Noe, Laverne Oakley, Don Perez, Dayce Perez, Violet Remers, Dick Rotert, Bill Sand, George Sauer, Marjorie Schappel, Rita Mae Schoenlaub, Betty Schwab, Irvin Sloan, Bob Smith, Frank Songer, Kimble Supe, Eleanor Trifilio, Eugene Van Horne, Virginia Weimer, June Wiest, Russell PAGE FIFTY THREE PAGE FIFTY-FOUR SCHOOL CALENDAR 1944-45 SEPTEMBER 5-First day of school. 22-First football game. Madeira. 26-Pictures taken for office files. 30-First dance. "G. R. Jive" with Johnny Bennett. OCTOBER 6-First league game. Greenhills. 18-French Club sells candied apples. 21-Football team hayride. Handlebar Ranch. 26-Girl Reserves Banquet in school cafeteria. 28-G.A.A. hayride. Handlebar Ranch. 30-General inspection for Infantile Paralysis. NOVEMBER 3-Pep Squad Bake Sale. 11-Hi-Y Dance, "Nameless Nonsense." 16-Pep Meeting in gym in honor of opening of Basketball Season. 17-First term grades are out. First basketball game. Dance. 24--Another dance and game. DECEMBER 2--"Hepsters' Holiday," sponsored by Juniors. Pepper Martin. 8-L. G. D. stages dance after Taylor game. 15-Junior class holds dance after Colerain game. 16-"Holly Hop" by the Pep Squad. 22-Assembly. Dismissal for Christmas vacation. Game at Greenhills. Basketball team surprise party for Mr. Milner. 23-Girl Reserves hold annual Prom in gym. JANUARY 2-Back to classes. A hush falls over entire school as we learn of the death of Mr. Petrich. 3-Entire student body pays final respects to Mr. Petrich. 9-Animal show by National Zoology Association. Game with Plainville. 12-Junior Class gives dance after North College Hill game. 13-G.A.A. Skating Party at Sefferinds. 16-Presentation of candidates for Basketball Queen. 18-P. T. A. Fathers' Night. Glee Club and members of Sophomore Class in Panel Discussion provide program. 20-Zem Zem Dance, the Annual Amble. 24-26-Exams! ! ! !! 26-Charleen Aug crowned Basketball Queen. Greenhills game. Dance by Sophomore Class. FEBRUARY 8-Drawings at County Court House for tournament at Greenhills. 14-Valentine Day. 16-First game of tournament. 17-G.A.A. dance, "Sweetheart Swing." CALENDAR MARCH 3-First game of District Tourney. 10-P. T.A. Festival Glee Club dance postponed because of Tournament Finals. 16-P.T.A. Open House at High School. 24-G. R. dance, "Easter Eggstacyf' 29-Dismissed for Easter vacation. APRIL 3-Back to school. 7-"Junior Jump"g sponsored by Junior Class. 12, 13-"Come Rain or Shine," Spotlight Club play. 19-Home Economics Style Show. 20-G. R. Boat Ride. 28-L.G. D. Dance, "Stormy Stagger." 24--Hi-Y Girl Reserve Joint Meeting. 26--Boys' Track Meet at Plainville. 27-Girls' Track Meet at Greenhills. 30-Received pictures taken by Anti-Tuberculosis League. MAY 4-Track Meet at Carthage Fair Grounds. 5-Track Meet at Withrow High CK. of CJ. 5-Spanish Club Hayride. 7--Latin Club picnic. 12--G. A.A. Hayride at Handlebar Ranch. 15-Athletic Banquet by Pep Squad. 26-Junior-Senior Prom. 27-Baccalaureate. JUNE 1-Graduation. 15-School is over for another year. MR. HERMAN Ross Manual Arts Instructor In the shop you will find Mr. Ross, Who lets none of the tools gather moss. For he's busy, you see, And the boys all agree That he is a very good "boss," PAGE FIFTY-FIVE CASE, REIFF, KOCH, HAENNING A helper who's aways in place In the lunch-room there is Mrs. Koch Is none other than Mrs. Case. Who can cook without using a book. She is there every day And when she makes pies, To help us on our wav. They charm more than your eyes, Dishing food with a very good grace. For they taste just as good as they look. In the lunch-room, when kids come to grief, That salad you choose every day, They find their best friend Mrs. Reijf. Mrs. Haenning has put on the tray. Each smashed saucer and cup, Jello, fruit, cottage-cheese, She will come and sweep up, Or whatever you please, Much to the young one's relief. She has always a wondrous array. The galley of the school is well taken care of by mates Case, Haenning, Koch. and Rieff, under the supervision of Miss Griffin. They've done a remarkably good job this year in preparing the daily "mess" for the crew to stow away with gusto. Especially in these troubled times are they to be commended. More than once we have heard Miss Griffin Hchatting' with the OPA via the telephone in order to provide us with a little "sustenance" For final proof of the success and popu- larity of the school galley, you have only to see the students of the various classes pursue their way to the lunchroom-:pursue each other, I mean. MR. BARNES Miss KOEHLER MR. PIERMAN S. A. Barnes is the custodian On a day when the weather was fine, And generil utility man. And the sun just beginning to shine, He puts on the heat, Did you then try to stay Keeps the place clean and neat, Around home and just play? And as spic and as span as he can. Mr. Pierman soon had you in line. Miss Koehler comes in now and then. We are never quite certain just when. But when wash-bowls just shine And the towels are in line, We are sure it is she who has been. PAGE FIFTY-SIX JOHN ADKINS Ci ROCICR HCS, M RATS, FRUITS, YI'ICil'1'I'ABI,I'1S ICIC CRIQAM, SOFT DRINKS C ICA R I+1T'I'IiS OOO Opcn livcnings-All Day Sunday I1 "e Delifver Phones DOugIz1s 6033, jAckson 8337 Dfluglzls 6188 CLIFF ARNOLD ff'rH1f: 1J1,AsTr1Rr1R" 7865 HAMILTON AVR. Mt. Healthy, Ohio COMPLIMENTS THE CINCINNATI ATHLETIC GOODS CO. PAGE FIFTY SEVEN ,- ,V JL, , Bait and Young Fish for Sale C BAUMAN'S LAKE BEAUTY SHOP FISHING All types of BEAUTY WORK Lake Well Stocked - All Varieties O O O MOntana 1869-W Phone: DOuglas 6007 NORTH BEND ROAD i Q1 mile West of Colerainl Mt- Hea1thYm Ohio Your telephone service depends on people, too Your telephone, the wires that carry your voice, and the intricate equipment in the telephone oflice are only part of what it takes to provide good telephone service--iz takes people, loo. Telephone service depends on operators, linemen, engineers, installers, clerks-2,000 men and women in scores of telephone jobs, who operate and maintain the i5 7,000,000 system of this company. With the co-operation of telephone users, who have been most con- siderate in their use of the Telephone-avoiding needless calls and keep- ing other calls brief-these telephone workers are doing their very best to make present equipment serve as many people as possible, after war needs are met, and to keep the quality of service as good as is possible these war days. THE CINCINNATI AND SUBURBAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY f""""' Luc it l g ot' fi PAGE FIFTY EIGHT COMPLIMENTS OF COORS BROTHERS CO. DAIRY CRAVEN'S SERVICE STATION Van Zandt and Winton Road SOHIO Gas, Oil and Supplies Car Greasing and Washing Tire Repairing and Recapping Batteries Recharged and Service CALL DOuglas 6932 DAVID CRAWLEY GENERAL CONTRACTOR BUILDER OF GOOD O O O Compliments of DARGUE'S DRIVEWAYS GUEST HOUSE 1063 NORTH BEND ROAD Klrby 3512 Phone: Klrby 0286 co1,L1f:oif3 HILL, cai1Ciimu,ohi0 O O O PAGE FIFTY NINE WM. A. EPPLER al ENGRAVI NG CID 15 Q 44 J jIiVVIiI,RY AND GIFTS T' ' 4 ..... ' 2 A A ......... r wa ozse 9 705 u sqcmofe sz ' ' CINCI NAN ..:. . Super1orPf1nl1ngP1ateS 1-1.21 geffechon oFDepth and Cbiov 1---I A 9 , , Mt. Healthy College: Hill ENGER HARDWARLE PAINTS, ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES SPORTING GOODS IAckson 7032 Mt. Healthy. Ohio BOVVLING IS FUN! and keeps you fit for Wartime: activities. Arrange Z1 Bowling Party livery VVC-:ek Call DOugl:1s 6940 SIX MODERN ALLEYS M 051 M odern E guipment OOO Shop at T. D. Esses Dry Goods Store 7600 HAMILTON AVE. Mt. Healthy, Ohio Esselman's A d F 1 H I . B dl 07126. Bowllng Alleys n 6 Mt. Healthy Ohio O O O COMPLIMENTS OF FINNEYTOWN P. T. A. Meets third Wednesday of each Month PAGE SIXTY-ONE THE FINNEYTOWN CIVIC CLUB Meets the First Tuesday of Each Moiith at the Finneytown School on Winton Road. We will he glad to have you join as. Phones: KIrby 5650, 5651 Makers of the Famous "WEATHER TEST" MON UMENTS THE FISK BROS MONUMENT CO. 4016-4024 Spring Grove Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio ENJOY WHAT YOU EAT! French-Bauer Ice Cream and real fruit Sherbet make a delicious combination. Served in Mt. Healthy High School Lunch Room. o o o FRENCH-BAUER COMPLIM EN TS OF George Garlich PAGE SIXTY-TWO COMPLIMENTS OF THE GLEE CLUB Nqcillfilllll 0690 lVIOntanz1 3-L 1 2 JOHN C. GUMP FUNERAL HOME 3440 Glenmore Avenue Cheviot Invalid C ouch S erfvice Compliments of Mick Hader and Ray Fehrman E. HANFBAUER "White Villa Store" GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS and VEGETABLES North Bend and Winton Road Call Klrby 0627 We Deliver PAGE SIXTY THREE A PUNNY STORY LONG years ago, when knights were young and ABEL, the most famous of all the knightly crew was a HUSER named MELVIN. He was tall and sin- ewy, and his handsome BRAUN face was the pride and JOY of his fiance, Magda- lena. Every night Mel fthe WOLFEJ would meander over to Maggie's castle and ser- enade her with a tuneful CAROL CMairzy Doats, perhapsb, played on his silver HORNE. She was shy, and her pretty face would REDDEN as she thrilled to the notes of SCHUBERT. Into her HOUSE he would come and pinch her cheek of ROSE. 'tOh, you FRISCH thing,', she would cry. Then just as he was about to osculate Clook it up-then you'l1 know tool her, in walked Father and poor Maggie turned a violent VIOLET color. Poppa thought this was a lot of HUY, and so ordered Mel out. COMPLIMENTS OF HANSEL'S GULF SERVICE COMPLIMENTS OF John D. Haskins HAWTHORNE FUNERAL HOME 7830 HAMILTON AVENUE Phone: JACkson 7145 CML Healthy, 0.3 CINCINNATI OHIO PAGE SIXTY-FOUR FEED THE RIGHT VVAY wizh NU-WAY! Hog Dairy Poultry MANUFACTURED BY DR. HEINZ CO. St. Bernard Cincinnati, Ohio PETER HERB SONS 7849 HARRISON AVENUE Mr. Healthy, ohio DOuglas 6066-R FLORAL POTS AND PLANT FLOWERS We Telegraph Flowers "Il's Always a Pleasure to Serve You" at HESSLER'S MT. HEALTHY 5c to 31.00 STORE Mt. Healthy, Ohio BUY BONDS AND SAVE NOVK You will then have money to spend for future prosperity. The Hilltop Savings and Loan Co. 7507 Hamilton Avenue Mt. Healthy, O. PAGE SIXTY-FIVE HOCHSCHEID TAILORING CO. 7920 HAMILTON AVE. Mt. Healthy, Ohio O O O SUITS, TROUSERS, TOP-COATS Made to Order Compliments of THE THE HOLLMAN DAIRY VVyoming - Ohio VAlley 2322 HOLZHAUSER'S Boys and Girls: To keep your community healthy, encourage Mother and Dad to buy from independent merchants. Come to us for Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, and Athletic Goods, JOIN OUR BLANKET CLUB Smart Styles-Lowes! Prices CAsk for Green Stampsj .5--1 ti . MT. HEALTHY NORTH COLLEGE HILL KIENEMAN PRINTING CO. 124- GOVERNMENT PLACE CINCINNATI 2, OHIO PArkway 1956 PAGE SIXTY-SIX KNQLLMAN KORN HEATING LUMBER COMPANY COMPANY VVARIVI AIR EURNACES BUILDERS' SUPPLIES FORCED AIR HEATING MILLWORK AUTOMATIC TI-IERNIOSTAT CONTROL HARDVVAR1,:t1,wA1NTS SHEET METAL WORK Qgqcc Zlnd Yard: 932 Ludlow St., Hamilton, Ohio Phone: 3439 VVest Van Zandt at Simpson 7410 Forest Ave., Mt. Healthy, Ohio .lACk50'1 8080 Phone: JAckson 8797-W CHAS. LIPPMEIER '66 SON Hardware Plumbing Paints 7500 Hamilton Ave. Mt. Healthy, Ohio PHONE: DOuglas 6002 PAGE SIXTY SEVEN COMPLIMENTS OF KUHLMAN DAIRY ED LITTIKEN Service Station Crfelephone, Klrby 9784-D 4219 COLERAIN AVE. CINCINNATI, o. LUDWIG'S SHOE STORES s POINT X-RAY FITTING 5845 HAMILTON AVE. College Hill 7601 HAMILTON AVE. Mt. Healthy He meekly complied, for in those days that was the LAW, SON! To add to his unhappiness, a PLUMMER who happened to have been secured for a repair job Can in-law, no doubt? struck Mel on the head with a piece of pipe to make cer- tain he would not STAHL around. "Well," thought our hero, "this is sure- ly no way to WINN Maggie." He pulled out a picture, which he always carried in his VESS pocket and simply swooned over it. His spirits SCHUNK LOHR and LOHR, and on the way home, I'm afraid he said some very VOELKER words. Being sensible, however, Mel decided to try to forget. So he went to his private CHAMBERS in the NIEHAUS fhostelry for knights, you knowb. There he im- bibed HUDEPOHL, BURGER, and French Bauer Ca chaser of sortsb. PAGE SIXTY-EIGHT COMPLIMENTS OF MAIN THEATRE McATEER'S PHARMACY DEPENDABLE DRUGS DEPENDABLE SERVICE Phones: Dfluglas 6677, DOuglas 6935 HAMILTON AVE. Mt. Healthy "Service to the Sick" McCOLLUM'S Corner Drug Store fI"ormerly Drohaxfsj Phone Dfluglas 6247 Mt. Healthy, O. Stop in and get a dish of Fresh Home-made ICE CREAM 11's Delicious Nlaile F resh Daily MT. HEALTHY BODY SHOP 24-I-Iour YVRECKING SERVICE Complete Auto Rebuilding and Refinishing Night-JAckson 7609-M Day--JAckson 8600 PAGE SIXTY-NINE COME TO THE MT. HEALTHY CANTEEN DANCING-'REFRESHMENTS Legion Hall MT. HEALTHY COAL '65 COKE CO. WEST COMPTON ROAD Mt. Healthy, Ohio Phone: JACkson 7765 CDz1viCl Sunderhausj RECORDS ON SALE HERE! S top in- S ee Om' Latest S election MT. HEALTHY ELECTRIC SHOP Victor, Blue Bird, Columbia, O-Keh, and Decca If It'5 cz Hit, VVe Have Itf Phone: lIAckson 7500 7501 HAMILTON AVENUE COMPLIMENTS OF THE Mt. Healthy Latin Club PAGE SEVENTY COMPLIMENTS OF THE MT. HEALTHY P. T. A COMPLIMENTS OF MONFORT HEIGHTS P. T. A. COMPLIMENTS OF THE Mt. Healthy Hi-Y l 1. " 1 f' , I i lx! lf! I 1 lv! Il I1 1 F ,I '11l'4l1ll'll l'lIllIl1lil llllllv 1lIlH1"l' 'll 'lllll llli Ullllll' '1, l V1 .X In i1 ,I HI .I' ' 1 1 1,5 IH 1, t. ll 1l ' 1 11 1 11, 4,1 .11 I The Mt. Healthy Saving and Loan Co. 7503 HAMILTON AVENUE fOrganized February 8, 18879 CAPITAL STOCK ,....,...,,................... S5,000,000.00 OFFICERS: Peter Blum ..,,......,,..,.......................,..,A.........,A... President L. J. Steinbrecker.. ,.,.,,,..,.. lst Vice President Edw. H. Hessler .,,...........,... 2nd Vice President Robert F. Ahrens .....,..,,,.......,..e,,. ....e,,..e.... S ecretary Harry Ahrens ......,,,,..... ..i....e.... A sst. Secretary Carl L. Spitzfaden ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4.,.., T reasurer Robert F. Ahrens .,............ .,...,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, A ttorney DIRECTORS: Peter Blum, L. J. Steinbrecker, Edw. H. Hessler, Virgil B. Keeling, Harry Formes, E. G. Ruoff, Ray Theders. Meets Every Nlonday Evening 6:00 to 8:30 P. M. Mel was SAUER on life after that. So he went away to HEID at the Nortn POHL. He parked his horse in the de- serted car BARNES in some lonesome FIELDS KSTUBBLEFIELDS, to be ex- actb. In spite of all, Mel was a LUCKE man, for soon after, he learned that Mag- gie had just arrived by train. At first he was cold and indifferent, but she pleaded with him, saying, "Ah, have a HART- MAN." So he relented and they were married and lived happily, but not ever after Cfooled you, didn't we?7.. His rov- ing propensity getting the better of him, he joined the Navy. Laughing at his broken-hearted wife, he shouted, "Ship aHOY!" and sailed away to distant lands. That marked the end of the knights, even though poor wifey was in a daze for many moons. C omplimenzs of CARL MULTNER GROCERIES M EATS AND VEGETABLES Phone: JAckson 7018 PAGE SEVENTY-TWO MURSET STUDIO Fine Portraits 514 VINE STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO HENRY NAGEL 3 SON BRIGHTON MILLS 2168 Spring Grove Avenue FLOUR AND FEED NEIDHARD FUNERAL HOMES Mt. Healthy ...., Jos. A. Neidhard VVestwood ........,. Ray Neidhard Taylors Creek .,.. E. Neidhard Phones: JAckson 7800, MOntana 3022, 3515 PAGE SEVENTY-THREE C ompliments 0 f COMPLIMENTS OF ORR DAIRY FARM E' E' Nieman MT. HEALTHY OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS Parkview Heights OF THE Civic Club PEP SQUAD Meeting Third Thursday of Month in Community Building PAGE SEVENTY-FOUR PEPPER GAS STATION SUPER-SERVICE TIRES BATTERIES WASHING-LUBRICATION fMinor Repairing SJ Phone: DOuglas 6936 HAMILTON AND STEVENS Mt. Healthy, Ohio fOwners: Elliott Stoelting and Harry Cumbowj PLAZA a BEAUTY SHOP PERMANENT WAVES A SPECIALTY Main Theatre Building Mt. Healthy, O. DOuglas 6962 L. M. PRINCE CO. OPTICIANS 4 YVest Fourth Street Cincinnati, Ohio PUCKETT the Druggist "M!. H ealthylr Outstanding Drug Store" 7517 HAMILTON AVE. Phone, JAckson 8794 PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST Cosmetics . Greeting Cards Magazines ii PAGE SEVENTY-FIVE COMPLIMENTS OF RIESTER'S TAVERN Cheviot Road DOuglas 6997 When the teachers were asked, "What does Gandhi have that you don't have?" some of the forthcoming replies Were: -A degree from English University. -A clean white sheet. -He can get along without nourish- ment longer than I can. I admire his passive resistance. -A bald head. -A goat. -The will-power to fast. -A mustache. -A philosophical mood. P.S.-Gandhi is the wise man of India. Remember? GEO. M. ROLFES PRESCRIPTION OPTICIAN PArkWay 1084 JAckson 7913-I 7834 ELIZABETH ST. Mt. Healthy, Ohio ROY RUDOLPH FLOWERS Complete F low! S erfuice Flowers Delivered by Wire Anywhere 7100 HAMILTON AVE Cincinnati, Ohio Phone: JACI-:son 7278 PAGE SEVENTY-SIX TED SCHAEFER QUALITY Groceries and Meats FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Telephones . . . DOuglas 6034-W, DOuglas 6177 7607 North Hamilton Ave. Mt. Healthy, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF George A. Schneider Compliments of GEORGE SCHOLL INTERIOR DECORATING O O O 7339 Park Avenue Mt. Healthy Ohio jAckson 8617 PAGE SEVENTY SEVEN SCHOTT MONUMENT CO. MOntana 4439 LIST YOUR PROPERTY wizh Ralph W. Schubert 4055 SPRING GROVE REALTOR AVENUE INSURANCE Khby 0515 3215 Harrison, opp. Verdin Avenue SECOND NATIONAL BANK SHANNON CINCINNATI, II' TOOL AND DIE co. Mt. Healthy Branch: 7433 Hamilton Ave. lVIt. Healthy, Ohio .Mernlrer of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 14 East 73rd St. Carthage VAlley 4245 PAGE SEVENTY-EIGHT Southern Ohio Business College SHORT WAR COURSES Accounting Course Stenographic Course Pre-College Course Comptometer Course General Review Course Bookkeeping Course Professional Secretarial Training Business Administration Individual Progress DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS Programs for University and High School Graduates INVESTIGATE oUR SPECIAL 12-WIEEK SUMMER COURSE 4157 HAMILTON AVENUE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SPANISH CLUB Klrby 1170 CoM1'L1M1+gNTs COMPLIMENTS OF or Springdale Carl Spitzfaden Men's Civic Club PAGE SSVENTY NINE "What time of day do you like the best?" These are some of the answers that we got from the teachers. -It's a draw between breakfast, din- ner, and supper. --Dusk. L-The quiet seclusion of night. Hmmm. -12:35 -1-Just before I turn out the light when I'm going to bed. iTrois heures. CGuess who?D lEvenings. l-2:35 --Mealtime. COh, those hungry peo- p1e.J --Twilight. -l2:35 1-11:30 A. M. Sunday morning. --2:35 CThis constant choice of 2:35 is more than a coincidence-it's a con- spiracyj S. S. FOOD MARKET QUALITY MEATS GROCERIES FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 7622 Hamilton Ave. -IAckson 7305 SPRINGDALE SUNDRIES Cl-larry Beichman, Propj PATENT MEDICINES AND SICK-ROOM SUPPLIES Visit Om' Complele Soda Bar JEWELRY, GIFT ITEMS TOYS, NOTIONS Complete Baby Gif! Items VX7e Deliver Glendale 6291 VAlley 425 8 J OS. STOCKER '66 SONS SHEET METAL WORK ROOFING VENTILATING North Bend Road BOX 345-B, R.R. 6, Cincinnati, Ohic PAGE EIGHTY O O O E. J. STRATMAN "VVhite Villa Store" CALL SUMME BRQS. cg-ROCRRIRS, MEATS, FRUIT5, and VEGETABLES FOR YOUR Dairy O O O Products Springfield Pike Springdale O O O Phone: PRinceton 7763 TEBBE MONUMENT COMPANY NIONUNIENTS AND GRAVE MARKERS COMPUMENTS OF TT W. C. ULRICH f Leonard Tebbej 1020 COMPTON ROAD JAckson 8708--I Mt. Healthy Ohio PAGE EIGHTY-ONE Compliments of W. J . WIRMEL 8 SONS COMPLIMENTS OF THE FUNERAL HOME White Oak Civic Club Colerain at Ethan Avenue Klrby 2596 QVV. C. VVirme1-C. H. Bullerj THOMAS E. WOOD INSURANCE Ccrrew Tower Cincinnati. Ohio CHerry 3363 FIRE AUTOMOBILE WAR DAMAGF Mt. Healthy Representative: E. G. RUOFF Phone . . . JAckson 8157-VV PAGE ETGHTY-TWO ,,, ,, ,, ,,,A..A r..i-,-,-.. ,-.. ,,,-'H..i T, f COM PLIMENTS OF THE Women's Auxiliary Springdale Civic Club RICHARD WUEST FLOVVERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1032 St. Clair Avenue DOuglas 6179 hit. Healthy Herman Zumstein VVHOLESALE WULLENWEBER MEAT DEALER "Dot Food Storel' rf f " ' 1227 'N If1Nr:R 1fooDs iw " P .H 1 75 h f 4 "Y 7514 Hamilton Avenue h - Qfl' f, , ' I" X - O., Mt. Healthy, Ohlo X a n , 5 l - Phone: l3Ouglas 6073 Phone: Klrby 1062 1186 Cedar Ave. Cincinnati, O. PAGE EIGHTY-THREE SQ S , , -21- If Y' X .I ' , 4, ,f- K V. 1 -Z! L-4? 4,6 rx P ' Z, Q f Y 1 l v-V


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