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

 - Class of 1951

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LESLIE DAVIS . . Editor EARL WEBER . . . Buxifzcss Managvr THE PUBLISHED BY THE ZEM ZEM STAFF MT. I'lEAL'I'IlY HIGH SCHOOL Mt. Healthy f... Qhio voI,uME xxn MT. HI'.AI.THW' HIGli SCIIOOI. I i"'... - QDea'ication This year the Zem Zem Staff takes great pride in dedicating this book to an important person behind the scenes. She is Miss Ethel Frost, its adviser. The effort and interest she has devoted, not only to the annual, but also in her classes as a teacher, is valued highly by all who have known her. In this way the staff hopes to express the ap- preciation of all for her service in this and in years gone by. -3- Qioard of Education L. -I. Steinbrecker ,.,,. Herbert Haupt . Ellis W. Floyd Walter Harrung . . , S11ju'rir1lf'm1'm1f ......... . High Svbool Prinrijml Elvuzcwfary Prinripal Fredric Auburn ... 4 .. President ,. Vice-President Sudbrack ,. Clerk A. W. Milner D. T. Hill E. W. Muskopf FACULTY A. W. MILNER SIlf1f'fillft'YlLIt'l1f MT. HlTAl.TliY PUBLIC SCHOOI W'ilmington, Ohio University BS., B.P.F., MS. Advisor-'Hi-Y .5 ..5.. D. T. HILL Prillrijml MT. HEAl.TllY HIGH SCHOOI Miami University B.S. Adviser-Hi-Y in Fd., M A ALIQXANDIIR BAISDEN BARTLE DAVIS ALEXANDER University of Cincinnati B.S. in Ed. Social Studies 7, 8 CORINNE G. BAISDEN Bowling Green College of Commerce A.B. Com. Ed. Bookkeeping I, II Commercial Arithmetic Commercial Law General Business Salesmanship ROLLAND BARTLE Union College, Barbourvillc, Ky. CORDES A-5- - f-7----. Chemistry Geography Physics Adviser-Camera Club CLAIRE D. CORDES Miami University ILS. in Ed. Girls' Health Girls' Physical Fducation Adviser-G.A.A. FALLANCA ROSEMARY PHILIPS FALLANCA Miami University B.S. in Ed. Biology English 7 General Science 7, 8 Geography 7 -7- RUTH E. FREDRICKS University of Cincinnati B.A., B.E. Algebra I Analytic Geometry Plane Geometry Solid Geometry Adviser-Y-Teens OLIVER T. FREESE University of Cincinnati BS. in Ed. Boys' Physical Education Basketball Coach Football Coach Track Coach ETHEL L. FROST Miami University B.S. in Ed. English III Latin I, II Adviser-Clientes Latinae, Zum Zem DOROTHY LEE GRIFFIN Miami University M.E., B.S. in lid. Home Economics Manager of Cafeteria Adxiser-Home Economics Club ALVA F. GUINN Conservatory of Music Instrumental Music Staff FREDRICKS FRFFSE - g ... FROST GRIFFIN GUINN HEIZMAN HENDRICKSON HOFFMAN x ,IUNES McDADE ..9.. LESTER W. HEIZMAN University of Cincinnati 15.3. Industrial Arts Basketball Coach Baseball Coach Football Coach I-IORACE W. HENDRICKSON l'i.lSlllI'I1 Kentucky Stale College A.l3. in History and linglisli linglisll IV World History Adviser-Spotligln Club CHARLES HOFFMAN Miami University 15.5. in Ed. General Science JEANNE 13. JONES Oberlin College B.A. Vocal Music Director of Glee Clubs BILLIE JEAN MC DADE Union College, Barbourville, Ky. B.A. Iinglisll-7, 8, 9 BERTA MAE MILLER University of Kentucky A.I3. in Izd. Iinglish I Spanish I, II Adviser--I..G.I3., Spanish Club RUBY ROACH Miami University BS. in lid., M.A. Civics U. S. History AtIvisergY-Flieens ROBERT K. SLA DIi University of Cincinnati Bb. in Itd., A.I5. Iinglish II Iiconomics History Adviser-I,it Lite Club ARNOLD I-I. SONNENBERG Miami University B.S. in Iid. Driver Training Mechanical Drawing Basketball Coach 7, 8 Baseball Coach 7, 8 NORRIS W. STA YTON University of Cincinnati BS. in Ind. Mathematics 7, S MARY RUTH TRIPPEL Indiana State Teachers College University of Cincinnati FILM. ILS. Shorthand I, II Typing I, II Ofliee Practice School Treasurer MHHUR SONNENISITRG 'again ROACH STAYTON SLADE TRIPPEL 1101 g0TEWOTd A yearbook is a collection of memories. In future years it can be drawn upon to bring back to mind many pleasant thoughts. With this year's Zem Zem goes the hope of the staff that its pictures, comments, and verses, will in time serve as such a reminder. ...1 1- unior gfigb School Seventh grade Siglrtli grade MR. STAYTON Apffel, Elaine Bantell, Marvin Barnes, Billy Barnes, Bob Barnes, Rosalie Benkert, Ronald Biesack, Mildred Blackburn, Barbara Bokelman, Faith Brehm, Janet Brofft, Bob Brown, Shirley Butler, Leland Cook, Joyce Cormack, Grace Deck, Howard Diserens, Barbara Ehrhardt, Carol Sue Eschenbrenner, Doris Frasure, Sue Freckmann, Florence Freeh, Brian Gierhart, Joann Graff, Robert Hamer, Betty Jane Heil, Jimmie Huemmer, George Jamison, Norita Kase, David Kemper, Carol Klenk, Walter Knost, Gerry Lohr, Carole McLendon, Glenn Moore, Frank Morris, Dwight Murray, Maureen MR. HOFFMAN Nolte, Cherielynn Nott, Gail Ott, Janet Owens, Edward Packer, Tommy Pottinger, Marion Giles Preston, Ronny Raabe, Carol Ratliff, Robert Reber, Ronny Reif, Roberta Reinking, Billy Renner, Albert Renner, Judy Roettle, Roger Rogers, Joan Rupp, Tom Scheffel, Dennis Schmalz, Sharene Fr-hwab, Elinor Shear, Lois Sloan, Ann Spreckelmeier, Billy Stanley, Donald Starnes, Ann Sterwerf, Henrietta Strube, Linda Strothman, Mary Sumner, Nancy Teats, Margie Tieman, Donna Timm, Vaughnita Trippel, Louis Welland, Torn Westendorf, Judy Wolpert, Joe Wyatt, Donna MR. ALEXANDER Albright, Jerry Anson, Jerry Auburn, Carol Barger, Russell Benningfield, Sam Bessey, Mary Blum, Ronald Brown, Dorothy Louise Carleton, Janet Estelle Courts, Shirley Davis, Jimmie Dillon, Eileen Droste, Marcia Ann Ehle, Joan Eich, Warren Eich, Wayne Fieler, Kenneth Goodman, Al Graham, Roger Hance, David Harrison, Nancy Hasselbusch, Claudia Hetzer, Billy Hisman, Bob Holt, Barbara Hunsche, Susan lmhulse, Stanley Jaeger, Carol Jamison, Janeane Jones, Myrl Jones, Robert MRS. MC DADE Kier, Linda Korn, Walter Leach, David Maher, Charles McDaniel, John Morris, Rosemary Mysonhimer, Joyce Ogg, Marilyn Overocker, Jeanne Peoples, Mary Pfeiffer, Vincent Phelps, Walter Pitcher, Virgil Robinson, Theresa Scheffel, Kenneth Shannon, Jerry Shaw, Sandra Siemer, Glenn Smith, Charles Spreckelmeier, Richard Strothman, Charles Taylor, Gayle Thomas, Jack Thomas, Margaret Tiemeyer, Eugene Walter, Kenneth Weber, John Weitzel, Gary Wilson, Don Wright, Stephen , ri- ha- s-'-::'-:I ,W Sumner Teats Tieman Timm Trippel Welland Westendorf i i Y W ' i ff' Strothman Wolpert .1121 Seventh Qrade aww vs ,ww 'GP' 4 f x V , x SE: llzg . ws ,gi , A Apfcl Bockelman Diserens Hamer Lohr Owens Reinlaing Schwab s 1 Banrell Brehm lfhrhardt Heil McGlcndcn Packer A. Renner Shear Barnes Broffr lfschenbrenncr Heumer Moore Porringer -I. Renner Sloan Barnes Brown Frasure Jamison Morris Preston Roettele Spreekelmcier -1 .4 VV. 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Tom Richley Treasurer .,.... ,,,4, J gan Klenk MISS FREDRICKS Albright, George Arearo, Marcella Auburn, Dale Bach, Leatrice Barger, Harold Barnes, David Alan Barnhorst, Tom Barwick, Ronny Baynum, Dorothy Beckman, Don Beyer, Edward Bittner, Harold Blackburn, Ted Boehringer, Phyllis Bohn, jeannine Bollinger, Robert Bunte, Edward Burnham, Robert Buttelwerth, Ralph Butters, Dick Butz, Stewart W. Codling, Janet Cumbow, Joy Daiker, jim Dargue, Alice Dorsey, Fred Dreier, Eddie Dvorak, Carol Ehler, Ches Ehrhardt, Charlcn Eickbusch, David Emmons, Glenn Enderle, Edwin Erhardt, Marlene Esselman, Claire Frisbie, Jo Ann MISS GRIFFIN Gabbard, Lester Goyette, Victor Greer, Marilee Gregory, Allen Guidi, Don Gustin, Bill Haering, Doris Harris, Chuck Hayes, jimmy Hayes, Marybelle N. Helm, Charles Herbold, Yvonne Herseh, Edwin Hettrick, Marjorie Hetzer, Conrad Hollander, VVayne Hover, Mary Huemmer, Roy jr. Hugo, Ronny Hunsche, Virginia MRS. BAISDEN jones, Beverly Kennedy, John Kerl, Robert Kist, Louise Kist, Marilyn Klenk, Joanne Kokemohr, Ellen Kolde, Roger Korn, Leah LaWarre, ,lean Lippmeier, Carlton Listermann, Donald Listermann, Ollie Lohr, Barbara Lord, Clorita Lunsford, Joan Lutterbie, Ronnie Mathie, Virginia Menke, Marie Meyer, Kenny Miller, john Morsch, Maxine Niehaus, Shirley Noe, Nancy Pearson, Kay Perry, Richard Peters, Charlene Peters, Donald Plummer, Donna Purcell, Roberta Ratliif, Russel Reifenberger, Sheila Reister, Pete Richley, Tom Rieman, Norb Roberto, Dale -16- MISS FROST Sand, Spencer Schnehain, Harry Schwab, Jim Seider, Carl Seim, Vernon Seitz, Shirley Shaw, Marilyn Sicking, Edward Sper, Irene Sper, Kathleen Spreckelmeier, -Ioann Sorn, Joe Stahley, Tom Stentz, Lois Stevenson, Dale Strassel, Tom Strube, Herbert Eugene. Sudbrack, Neil Sunderhaus, Ruth Sunncnberg, Ron Taylor, George Timm, Malvern Timmerman, Ronald Todt, Beatrice Trippel, Annette Van Valcy, John Voige, jinny Wade, Bill Weber, Alice Weber, Betty Jane Welimann, Charles Wessler, Helen Wheeler, Patty Wiesmann, Roger Wolfe, Robert Zanitsch, john Zimmerman, Elaine gresbman Glass Albright Beckman Bunre Darguc Enderle Gustin Hettrick Kennedy 'KN Arcaro Auburn Beyer Bittner Burnham Burtelwerrh Dorsey Dreier Erlurdt llsselman Haering Harris Hetzer Heumer Kerl L. Kist Bach Blackburn Butters Dvorak Gabbard Hayes Hollander M. 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Weber W'el1m:1n Weisman Miller, Mary Jay MR. BARTLE Adkins, Jeep Albrecht, Kay Alexander, Tom Arnold, Jackie Arnold, Lois Barnes, Binky Barnes, Ishmol Bauer, Tom Beiersdorfer, Robert Benningfield, Patsy Sophomore Glass Prcsin'r'nf ...,... ..... J ack King Vice President ,... ...,. L arry Hinson Secretary ........ .,,,........ .....,, G a yle Silber Treasurer . ....,. Mary Ann Worthington MR. SUNNENBURG MISS MILLER MISS CORDES Dick, Joy Droste, Mary Kay Dudley, Judy Dwyer, Jim Farrell, Pat Feith, Gene Findley, Earl Frasure, Allen Gausman, Barbara Gerber, Carol Ann Beyer, Barbara Beyer, Mary Lou Bitter, Dave Blount, Dorothy Bridge, Gloria Jean Brown Crystallene Brown Roy Gettle, Nancy Gibson, Bob Gierach, Bernie Gierach, Kenneth Gloeckler, Robert Hamer, Gordon Hauch, Joyce Bruncmann, Roy W. Butler, Janet Chamberlain, Donald Chandler, Carol Cooley, Dallas Craig, Carol Crosby, Nancy Hauer, Diane Hauer, Donna Hawn, Marilyn Hede, Pat Hessler, Marianne Himes, Elizabeth Hinson, Larry Hoobler, Tony Horton, Jim Horwarth, Gayle Hou nshell, Phyllis Hudepohl, Herman Hughes, Peggy Hyde, Geoffrey Imhulse. Don Johnson, Iilvie Kaelin, Louis, Jr. Kammerer, Gilbert King, Jack Knox, Gary Konltle, Bob Kuhlman, Carol Laake, Lewis La Follette, Rita La Follette, Rose Leahy, Jenny Leberecht, Bruce Leisler, Jacqueline McCollum, James Meadows, Robert Meyer, Ronald Mills, William Mulder, Doraldyne Nieman, Sally Sue Oehler, Bob Oehler, Sally Ott, Thomas Petersen, Ruth ..19.. Reiber, John Riley, Howard Ritchie, Jane Roehling, Peggy Rohrig, Mary Rose Ross, Betsy Roy, Shirley Saunders, Jean Saunders, Martha Schmidt, Dolores Schupp, Robert Shale, Sylvia Silber, Gail Smith, Juanita Staubitz, Bill Stehlin, Mary Lou Stevens, Diane Strecker, Alan Tappe, Trudy Taylor, Vivian Thomas, Ernest Tobergta, Alice Todd, Wayman Todt, Marie Trifilio, Joan Trifilio, June Van De Ryt, Gerrie Van Guelpen, Don Vogel, Judy Weber, Kenny Weizeneeker, Shirley Worthington, Mary Ann Wright, Lee Yaeger, Ted Yearley, Richard Ycarley, Robert Yenke, Shirley 1 :Sophomore Glass Adkins Albrecht Bcnningheld B. Beyer C. Brown R. Brown Dick Droste Gausman Gerber Do. Hauer Di. Hauer Hounschel Hubelcr Alexander QI. Arnold L. Arnold M. Beyer Beiersdorfer Bitters Butler Chamberlain Chandler Dudley Dwyer Farrell Gcttle Gibson Gierach Hawn Hede Hessler Hudepohl Hughes Hyde B. Barnes Blounte Cooley Fcirh Gloeckler Hinson Imhulse I. Barnes Bauer Bowry Bridge Craig Crosby Findley Frnsure Hamer Hauck Horton Horwarth johnson Kaelin Sophomore Glass I , -9 is e Q ei .. g ' -fi ' Q 1 Y S. ? S is ,. . , .,, p .- ,f Ex .,., S ,..: fl' 4 ll! Gu 3 Q R 5 ' ee 5' ., - X G 5 'iv- JW' QA-se I R A T? Kamcrer Lcmhey Mulder Riley Schmidt Strecker ju. Trifilio Yaeger King Leberecht Murdock Ritchie Schupp Tavpv Van De Yanke Ryt inti- Knox Leisler Nieman Roehling Shale Taylor Van Guelpin Yearley Konkle Meadows R. Oehler Rohrig Silber Thomas Vogel Kuhlnmnn McCollum S. Oehler Ross Smith Tobergtn Weber -..2 1, Lanlce Meyer Ott Roy Staubitz Todd Weizeneclcer .Q I R 5 ,.... s i H l f 'Q 'ff' :el ' ? - 55 Ri. Lnlfollette Ro.l,.1l:ollette Miller Mills Petersen Richer xl. Saunders M. Saunders Stehlin Stevens Todt jo. Trifilio Worthington Wright unior Glass President ........... ,... R ichard Pansing Vit? P1'?SiI1L'71f ..... ,,,,, R Ongld Hinggn Serretary ..,.. .,,. B arbara Klenk Tffvmlfer . .. Evelyn Kiss MRS. ROACH MRS. FALl.ANCA MR. SLADE Albright, 1021102 Geiser, Charlene Moeller, Dorothy Afn0lf-'l, Janice Glaab, Robert A Niehaus, Carol B:lldl10ff, L0r2lin Goetz, Emma Oifutt, Arlen Becker, BCUY Hagen. Jane Pansing, Richard Belmci JOYCE Hager, Bill Parsons, Ruth Janet Behrendt, Richard P. Berold, Charles Betzner, Clarence W' Bittner, Bill Black, Renee Bowman, Ray Brandenburg, Connie Chamberlain, Gene Daehnke, Louise Deck, Mary Dorsey, Caroline Dueeker, Jerry Dull, Thomas Eich, Rolla Enderle, Ronald Enger, Roger Eschenbrenncr, Bill Ferris, Edna Fessler, Joyclynn Fieler, Richard Fletcher, Patricia Flohr, Lola Mae Foote, Jerry Frank, Lorna Hauch, Diane Hebeler, Frank Hennen, Jean Hill, Janet Ruth Hinson, Ronald Hire, Roland Hopkins, Jack Jaeger, Adele Jenkins, Joan Karches, Jerry Katenbrink, Brud Kincaid, Tim Kisker, Earl Kist, Evelyn Klenk, Barbara Knost, Janet Lippmeier, Bill Lohr, Ronnie Loop, Marilyn Maddux, Mary Belle McDonough, Ed Messick, Eugene Muckenfuhs, Jack L. -221 Pearson, Juanita Lynn Pfeiffer, Marjorie Plflum, Julius Porter, Loren Robinson, Mary Sauerwein, Bill Saunders, John Schubert, Glenna Schultes, Eugene Schultes, Harriet Schwietering, Carol Seitz, Don Smith, Dolores Smith, Peggy Songer, Marlene Spindler, Marilyn J. Spindler, Nancy Gayle Terry, Shirley Tulcy, Elsie Walter, Jack Waters, Dwain Weisner, Charlotte Yorgin, Elaine York, Joann Zimmerman, Marie unior Glass Albright Arnold Baldhoff Becker Behne Black Bowman Brandenburg Chamberlain Daehnke Eich Enderle Enger Ferris Fesslcr Foote Frank Geiser Glaab Goetz Hebeler Hennen Hill I-Iinson Hite 1231 Berold Deck Iiieler Hagen Hopkins Betzncr Dorsey Fletcher Hager Jaeger Bittner Duecker Flohr Hauck jenkins unior Glass Karches Lohr Pansing Saunders M. Spindler Katenbrink Maddux Parsons Schubert N. Spindler Kincaid Kisker McDonough Messick Pearson Pfeiffer Schultes Schwietering Terry Tuley Kist Moeller Pflum Seirz XVatcrs 124.- Klenk Muckenfuhs Porter D. Smith Weisnszr Knost Niehaus Robinson P. Smith Yorgin Lippmeier Oth: Sauerwein Songer York Senior Glass Class Motto-"Work for lbw Futura--Not flu' Pusfv Class Colors-Navy Blue and White Class Flower-XVl1ite Rose Prvsiden! ....... .. .. George Weber Vin' President ,....,.,. ..,., P at Chambers Secretary-Treasurer ..4. .,... N ancy Meyer MRS. TRIPPEL Baynum, Benny Black, Marilyn Sue Boles, Jean Carol Braun, Carol Breyley, Don Chambers, Pat Conwell, Carolyn A. Cormack, Robert H. Crum, Roy W. Cuzzort, Joseph E. Dargue, Ann Davis, Leslie Dice, Margaret Emmons, Robert H., jr. Engel, William Fehrenbach, Arnold Fey, Shirley Frey, Donna Marie Gierach, joan Goetz, Carl Hartung, janet Hayes, Shirley jean Hebeler, ,Iacqueline Heitfeld, ,lay Henke, Sue Hogue, jack Kattelman, Mary Ann Kern, Kenneth C. Kimble, Eleanor Gail Kirby, Thomas L., jr. MR. I-IEISMAN Lawler, Joan Marie Listermann, Anita D. Marqua, Walter E. McCracken, Muriel Enid Menke, Norbert Merkel, Marcella Messerschmitt, Tom Messick, Richard Earl Meyer, Nancy Mulder, Sidne jane Naber, Judy Netherland, Robert N. Niehaus, Anna Mae Nielsen, Wanda Marie Peterson, Roger Phillips, Lois Jayne Quatkemeyer, Mary Louise Quinlan, William Glenn MR. HENDRICKSON Reardon, Cynthia Reif, Alice Ries, Hilda Robinson, Norma joy Rohrig, Elizabeth Roy, ,lim Samson, Sally Schunk, Tommie M. Seider, Anna Mari: Seigle, Sylvia Seim, jim Sena, Robert Smith, Ted Smith, Tom Spellmeyer, Richard H. Spohn, Glenn A. Stark, Don W. Stegmuller, Nancy Sunderhaus, Carol R. Teltulve, Dorothy Mae Van De Ryt, Jim Van Fleet, Eileen Wade, David Waecliter, Stan Ward, jane Weber. Earl Weber, George Westrich, joan Wirth, Warren Wolpert, Carol Mae Woodward, Barbara Wurster, Mary Lou Young, Marion A. Baynvm Black BOICS Braun Bl'9Yl9Y Conwell Cormack Crum ROY W. CRUM MT. HIIALTHY lu Class aml Guard hr 'works burzlg In gl'Il4'l'l1l, Roy is quife ri mnl. Basketball-2 Football-2, 3 Hi-Y-4 Truck-Z BENNY BAYNUM FINNEYTOWN Though usually Bvn hai liltlv lo say, Hfyi a good frivml in fwry 1Udj'. Football-4 Spotlight Club-4 MARILYN SUE BLACK SPMNGDALE A quivl typi' is Mar-i-lyng A frifml quifv uvrlb your wlvilr to 'u'iu. Clientes Latinas-2 G.A.A.-2 Honor Roll-2, 4 L.G.D.-4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-2, 3, 4 JEAN CAROL BOLES MoNl-'ol1T Hiaioirrs A nirrr girl j'0lI,l'I' m'1'1'r mtl, Tlmn Ivan, our lmiling -nmjorvlfr. Band--l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Clientes Latinnc-2 G.A.A.-l, 2, 3, 4 Glue Club-l, 2 Scholarship Team-l Track-l, 2 CAROL ELIZABETH BRAUN MT. HIiAL'I'IlY Carol, In you, :nay xrrm quill' shy: Bu! slJi"s u pal 'whom um' rali' biglr. Honor Roll-l, 2, 5, 4 Spotlight Club-4 DON S. BREYLEY PINNIEYTOWN Don-a fellow wbosi' lhinking is rlrarg Wi',fK' glail lar rumv lo our xvbool lwrv, Clientcs Latinac-2 Hi-Y-4 Honor Roll-l, 3 Scholarship Team-l, 2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club--4 CAROLYN ANN CONWELL Ni-W BURLINGTON Carolyn-umang flu- "pick of flu' N017 Wi' ull holla' flu' will rc'urlJ fbi' toll. Hughes High School-l, 2, 3 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-4 ROBERT HENRY CORMACK MT. HliALTHY Clwvrfzil, kiml, uml u frm' frivnrlg B0b'x u boy wr rerommvnrl. Baseball--2, 4 Basketball-2, 4 Clientes Latinae-1, 2 Glee Club-l, 2, 4 Hi-Y-2, 4 Honor Roll-l, 2, 4 Scholarship Team-l, 2, 4 Team Manager-2, 4 JOSEPH E. CUZZORT FINNEYTOWN lor' will bvromr' your friend wills raw, We know ln' ix a boy wlacfll please. Football-3 Honor Roll-2 Hi-Y-3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 ANN DARGUE FlNN1aY'roWN Slrori, a bloml, aml quih' blur'-rywl, Ann ix rwryollrk joy and priile. Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Camera Club-4 Clientes Latinae-2 G.A.A.-I, 2, 5 Glen Club-I, 2, 3, 4 Les Etucliants sans Soucis--3 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens--1, 2, 3, 4 LESLIE ALLEN DAVIS FiNN15v'roxvN Slruigblfarwanl, lnolzling to his murxv: "l.a1lili4"' ll'l70lIl we all A'lHl'0l'Xl'. Basketball-l, 2, 3, 4 Clicntes Latinae-2 Glee Club-1 Hi-Y-3, 4 Honor Roll-2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-3 Track-I, 2, 3, 4 Zcm Zum Staff-3, 4 MARGARET L. DICE MT. Hmlyruy Nm! uml uiw, quiel, il1'murr', Tlmfx our Margarrl for .vunz Colerain High School-l, 2, 3 Class Officer-3 G.A.A.-3, 4 Honor Roll-2, 3 Scholarship Team-2 ROBERT H. EMMONS MT. HliALTHY Quota' from Bob, who is .tix-f4'4'l lhrr'z'- "If I bud u proprllor, ulnfrc would I hr?" Basketball-I Caniera Club-4 Clicntes Lmtinae-2 Hi-Y-4 Spotlight Club-4 WILLIAM W. ENGEL MONl4'0Ii'I' H1:iuHTs WV uluulyx lbiulz of Bill -wilb priili-, Ili' ii frivmlxlmip prrxouifiml. Basketball-l, 2, 3, 4 Football-2, 3 Hi-Y-2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 SHIRLEY MAE FEY lVl0Nl'OR'I' l'IliIGl-ITS l N' Om' xufull gal is Sliirlfj' Fey. Cunllrl Dalfgue Wfn' prolnl .lbw mum' lo Hvulllzy Iligb. Davis PWS Band-1, 2 Emmons lzngcl nasimbali-5, 4 FW Fm' Clientes Latinne-I, 2 G.A.A.-l, 2, 3, 4 Glue Club-I, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestrafl Scholarship Team-1 Spotlight Club-4 Track-2 Y-Teens-4 DONNA MARIE FREY Mr. Hi'A1.1'HY Nmul u lwl on wlvonz lo ill-pmil? Y0lIlll fiml Dmzmz is really ri frirml. Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Clientes Latinaie-4 Spotlight Club-4 G.A.A.-fl, 2, 3, 4 Track--l Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens-1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll--1 -2 7.. Gierach Goetz HQYCS Hebeler Henke Hogue Kattelman Kern KENNETH C. KERN NIONI-'ORT HISIGHTS If rmlio Iiulzrriug you 'wozilil lrarn, Gel afqiiuiiifml with Kviiiiy Krru. Honor Roll-1, 2, 5, 4 Spotlight Club-4 A Sc' JOAN L. GIERACH MT. HEALTHY You mn'l go wrong lo br! on Ioan, Whorf' winning uwyx an' ull brr own. G.A.A.-5, 4 Home lic. Club-3, 4 CARL P. GOETZ JR. SPRINGDALII Curl'x ilu' guy wiib rml aml gun. Field and stream :irc his kind of fun. Camera Club-3, 4 Honor Roll-4 Glue Club-2 Spotlight Club- SHIRLEY HAYES Mom-'oit'r FII-IGHTS Slmirlvry-Au girl who ix rlu'c'rf1il aml gay. All of us think that shc's okay. Baseball-2 Basketball-3, 4 Clientcs Latinas-2 G.A.A.-l, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-4 Spotlight Club--4 Track--2, 3 Y-Teens-l, 2, 3, 4 JACQUELINE HEBELER MT. HEALTHY fnxbion moilrl wilb vurly lorkx, 4 rum to ban' xlrppril from a new buml-box. Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Clientes Latinac-4 G.A.A.-1, 2 Glce Club-l, 3, 4 Honor Roll-l, 2, 3, 4 L.G.D.-I, 2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-1, 2, 3, 4 SUSAN JEAN HENKE MT. HEALTHY Sur, for you ufr' gin' a c'lJl'r'r. I..G.D. will bolil you ilvar. Baseball-2 Basketball-3, 4 Clientes Latinae-2 G.A.A.-l, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-l, 2, 4 L.G.D.-1, 2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-2 Spotlight Club-4 - Track-2, 3 Y-Teens-I, 2, 3, 4 Zum Zem Staff-3, 4 JACK B. HOGUE SPRINGDALE In '51 it was the -rogue To 4'l.u'f'r u football bcro, Hogufl Basketball-1, 4 Football-1, 2, 4 Track-l, 2, 3 MARY ANN KATTELMAN MT, HEALTHY He'n"s Mary Ann, quiri aml xwrrf, The' kim! of girl ur all like io mrrl. El Club Espanol-l, 2 G.A.A.-1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club-3, 4 Honor Roll--1, 2, 3, 4 L.G.D.-2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-l, 2 Spotlight Club-4 Track-1 Y-Teens-l, 2, 3, 4 ELEANOR GAIL KIMBLE MONFORT HEIGHTS Eleanor equals vilalily plus vim: Vvry swvcl :mil known ns Kim. Basketball-3 Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Camera Club-4 Clicntcs Latinae-2 G.A.A.-l, 2, 3, 4 Glce Club-1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-2, 4 Les Etudiants sans Soucis-3 Orchestra--l Scholarship Team-3 Spotlight Club-4 Track-2 Y-Teens-1, 2, 3, 4 THOMAS L. KIRBY JR. MT. HEALTPIY T0m'x u fvolball player finvg Ha"ll push his pain! ucruxs ilae line, El Club Espanol-1, 2 Football--2, 3, 4 Hi-Y-2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-4 Scholarship Team-2 Spotlight Club-4 Team Manager-1 Track-1, 2, 3, 4 JOAN MARIE LAWLER MT. HEALTHY loan is wry 1-olilt' uml Tweet, Sbt-'s u girl you oughl to -nwrf. Mercy High School-2, 3 Honor Roll-4 Prince of Peace Contest-4 Scholarship Team-4 Spotlight Club-4 ANITA D. LISTERMANN MT. HEALTHY This ix enough lo my of Niiu, A lrllz'-blur frivml who nln'l br' bvafu. Baseball-2, 3 Basketball-3, 4 G.A.A.-1, 2, 3, 4 Glcc Club-1, 3, 4 Honor Roll-4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-l, 2, 4 WALTER EARL MARQUA NORTH COLLEGE HILL Walfx lin' guy who turns the trirkg Wilb a bowling ball, bc'x rvully slick. ' Basketball--2 El Club Espanol-1, 2 Hi-Y-4 Honor Roll-3 MURIEL ENID MC CRACKEN MT. HEALTHY Ax Lulu Lovvlarc Mac did Marg In ber lift'-work, -may sbt' go fur. El Club Espanol-2, 3 E Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4 Home Ec. Club-4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-1, 2, 3, 4 NORBERT JOHN MENKE MT. HEALTHY Hl'VL',5 to Mcnkv, vashivr rare! The lunch-linc moved when he was there. Honor Roll-1, 2, 3, 4 Kimble Kirby Lawler Listermann Marqua McCracken Menlte Merkel MARCELLA MARIE MERKEL MT. HEALTHY Murrellu is om' who is fmril lo bmlg Quiet, demure, and very sweet. G.A.A.-4 Home lic, Club-3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 2 Y-Teens-1 Messerschmitt Messick Meyer Mulder Naber Netherland Niehaus Nielsen WANDA MARIE NIELSEN MT. I-I11ixL'rHY Fl'll.'lI1llj', nite, really a lrval, I'1L'l'L',S Wumlu who ix html lo bmi. Basketball Queen Candidate-4 THOMAS MESSERSCHMITT FINNLYTOWN "Mz'x.u'r," as vrnlvr on Ihr' lmxkclbull lvam, H4-lpn! spark flu' Owls by being on Ihr' beam. Baseball-2, 5, 4 Basketball-2, 3, 4 Camera Club-l, 2, J, 4 Iil Club Espanol-3 Glee Club-l, Z, 3, 4 Hi-Y-4 Honor Roll-1, Z Scholarship Team-l Spotlight Club-4 Zem Zem Staff-5 RICHARD EARL MESSICK JR. F1NN1aYTowN Dirk, fbi' boy who is mn' Hin' guy, Am! our on wlzom you may rely. Honor Roll-4 NANCY CLAIRE MEYER MONFORT HILIGHTS Efivirul, charming, Nuufy'.v fine, Ax Y-TFUII bf-url slat' lrelil flu' line. Baseball-2, 3 Basketball-3, 4 Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Class Officer-2, 3, 4 Clicntes Latinae-2 G.A.A.-1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-I, 2, 3, 4 L.G.D.-I, 2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-l, Z, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Track-l, 2, 3 Y-Teens-1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teen Prom Queen-4 Zem Zem Staff-3, 4 SIDNE JANE MULDER Mom-'ORT HLIGHTS Orulory! Tlnafx lwr line, If Prince of Peace ix any iign. Clientes Latinne-2 Honor Roll-3, 4 Les Etudinnts sans Soucis-1 Prince of Peace Contest-2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-1, 5, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-2, 4 JULIA NABER NIONFOKT I'II:IGHTS Armlbcr om' wiib u friemlly smile! A bluml, fwlilr, zuilb lolx of slylv. Deer Park High School-1, 2, 3 Glce Club-4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-4 ROBERT NEIL NETHERLAND MT. HEALTHY Boll um u star on our football lvam. Wfbvu bz"x not umuml, bow quiet things xctm' Basketball-2 Football-3 Glee Club-5 I-Ii-Y-4 Spotlight Club-4 ANNA MAE NIEHAUS SPRINGDALE Camera Club-4 Home Ee. Club-3, 4 Hen' zu' 17l'!'Xl'lIf our fricml, Alllld Mar, G.A.A.-2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 IYUJUJ1' i'fJf'e'rf11l smile makes school-lift' guy. Glee Club-l, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens-1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club-5 ROGER HURST PETERSON COLLEGL HILL Roger lm a niw, iiruf Ford. Wlwn lu"x arouml, no om' is bored. Spotlight Club-4 LOIS JAYNE PHILLIPS MT. HliALTHY Loix is a worlla-wliilc' frirml, Who will xlifk by you lo fbi' rml. Glcc Club-1, Z, 3 Honor Roll-l, 2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-3 Y-Teens-I, 4 MARY LOUISE QUATKEMEYER FINNEYTOWN lion' ix Louie, short aim' xwvvl, Prvxiilvnf of G.A.A., lmnl io beaf. Baseball-2, 3 Basketball-3, 4 Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Class Oiliccr-3 Clientes Latinae-2 G.A.A.-1, 2, 3, 4 Glcc Club-I, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-3, 4 junior Prom Queen-3 L.G.D.-4 Scholarship Team-4 Spotlight-4 Track-1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens-l, 2, 3, 4 Zem Zcm Stall'-4 WILLIAM GLENN QUIN LAN MT. l'll:ALTHY Dill is a lad who is lilzml by ull- Rvmly for fun anal fooflmll. Camera Club-4 Clientes Latinac-2 Football-3, 4 Glec Club-3, 4 Hi-Y--3, 4 Honor Roll-2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-2, 4 Spotlight Club-4 CYNTHIA DIANE REARDON MT. LIFALTHY Tilian bail' und noi loo tall, Cnwihia will br' rrfnzrnzlzrreil by all. G.A.A.-1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll--3, 4 Les Etudiants sans Soucis-2, 3 L.G.D.-4 Scholarship Team-2, 3 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-1, 2, 3, 4 ALICE MAE REIF MT. l'lliALTHY lil roiiifwfilioil, fririirlxbill, xflorl, Hcrz"x a gal of good rcpori. G.A.A.-1, 2, 3 Track--1, 2 Glcc Club-3, 4 Y-Teens--4 Spotlight Club-4 HILDA A. RIES MT. HEALTHY This is Hililu, our sramxlrrss L'lL'l'L'I', Always ready, reludaiil 118lf'E1'. G.A.A.-1, 2, 1, 4 Glee Club-3, 4 Home Ec. Club-3, 4 Honor Roll-2 Spotlight Club-4 Peterson Phillips Quatkemcycr Quinlan Reardon Reif Ries Robinson NORMA JOY ROBINSON MT. HEALTHY-NEW BURLINGTON Hair of golzl, eyes of blur- Wr liler Norma, wozilalift yon? G.A.A.-Z, 3 Honor Roll-l, Z Glee Club-l, 2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club--4 Home EC. Club-4 Y-Teens-2, 3, 4 ...31.. Rohrig Roy Samson Schunk Seider Siegle Seim Tcd Smith TED SMITH FINNI-YTOVVN Tml with bis ronuerlible yellow ls Vtllflll quite ll jlolbulur fvllow. lil Club Espanol-3 Spotlight Club-4 ELIZABETH ELEANOR ROHRIG SPRINGDALE A mighty fm' friend yo11'll find Ibis lass Willa a smile for cveryom' in her class. Glee Club-I JIM ROY SPKINGDALE This guy'.t really on the bvamg Hr' was Captain of flu' football tvam. Football-2, 3, 4 Team Manager-3 Hi-Y-3, 4 Track-2, 3 Scholarship Team-2 SARAH LOUISE SAMSON MONFORT HETGHTS A sprrial srnior-rulr, prtila-5 To know brr is quilt' a lrvat. El Club Espanol-I, 2 G.A.A.-I, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club-l l...G.D.-I, 2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-I, 2, 3, 4 THOMAS M. SCHUNK MONFORT HEIGHTS Hur'f's our Tommy, frirml lo all, Famml in many lyprs of ball. Baseball-2, 3, 4 Basketball-2, 4 Class Officer-2 Football-Z, 3 Glee Club-l Hi-Y-3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Zcm Zem Staff-3 ANNA MARIE SEIDER MT. HEALTHY I-'or gloominvxs wr' are plraswl io noir, Anna Mariz' is flu' antidote. Camera-4 Clientes Latinae-4 G.A.A.-I, 3, 4 Glce Club-1, 4 Home EC. Club-4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-1, 2, 4 SYLVIA DALE SEIGLE MT. HEALTHY Sylvia-the girl you're all beard cheer, WWII always bold her friendship dear. Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Camera Club-4 Cheer Leader-3, 4 lil Club Espanol-4 G.A.A.-3, 4 Glec Club-3, 4 Home Ec. Club-3, 4 Prince of Peace Contest-4 Third place in Semi-Finals Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-3, 4 JIM SEIM MONFORT HEIGHTS This boy 'with friendly smile is jim, Dorf! lbinlz we won? rcnuvnbcr him. Baseball-2, 3, 4 Clientes Latinae-2 Football-2, 3, 4 Hi-Y-2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Zem Zem Staff-3 THOMAS V. SMITH MT. HEALTHY Good sfuzlenl and an alblele loo, Tom always keeps bis gouls in view. Baseball-2, 3, 4 Basketball-l, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer-3 El Club Espanol-l, 2 Football-2, 3, 4 Hi-Y-3, 4 Honor Roll-l, 2, 3, 4 junior Prom King-3 Spotlight Club-4 RICHARD SPELLMEYER MT. HEALTHY-NEW BURLINGTON Master of n deadly blork, We railed Dirk our "football fork." Baseball-4 Basketball-I, 3, 4 Football-2, 3, 4 Glee Club--1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y-4 Spotlight Club-4 Track--3 NANCY GAIL SPINDLER MT. HEALTHY Om' of llze nicesf girls lhera' arc" We preflid slat' will go far. Clientes Latinae--2 Glee Club-1, 2, 3 Home Fc. Club-1 Honor Roll-l, 2 L.G.D.-l, 2, 3 Scholarship Team-1, 2 Y-Teens-1, 2, 3 GLENN A. SPOHN SHAnoNv1Ll.l' Here'x lo Bulldog, Spolw, or Glenn! One of Heal!by's foolball men. Basketball-I Camera Club-3, 4 Fl Club Espanol-l, 2 Football-3. 4 Hi-Y-4 Spotlight Club-4 DONALD W. STARK MONI"ORT HEIGHTS Don! A frieml by any test, Will always keep your interest. NANCY STEGMULLER MT. HEALTHY We all think Ilml Nam'y's swellq Wt' my sbt' really "rings a bell." El Club Espanol-3 G.A.A.-3, 4 Glee Club-I, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 3 Spotlight Club-4 Track-2, 3, 4 CAROL SUNDERHAUS MT. HEALTHY Tops in track, t'bn't'r-leaa1't'r foo- Wben slJe's around, uobaJy's blue. Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Cheer-leader-3, 4 G.A.A.-l, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4 Home Ec. Club-3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 2, 3, 4 L.G.D.--2, 3, 4 Track--1, 2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-2, 3, 4 Tom Smith Spellmeyer Spindler Spohn Stark Stcgmullcr Sunderhaus Tckulvc DOROTHY MAE TEKULVE MT. HEALTHY Iixari, tlrpwlilable, neat as u pin, Wbafefzifr the l'lIt'l', lu' lwofn' sln"ll win. Home lic. Club-3, 4 Honor Roll-4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-l Van De Ryt Van Fleet Wade Waechter Ward E, Weber G. Weber Wcstrich JOAN WESTRICH MT. HEALTHY WiflJOIIf v.x'n'pliol1, a imc pal, We find Ioan zz very fine gal. G.A.A.-1, 2 Honor Roll-4 Scholarship Team-1 Spotlight Club-4 JAMES VAN DE RYT MT. HEALTHY James, you'll find a friend of worth, Sober, steady, down-to-earth. Basketball-4 Honor Roll-1 EILEEN JOYCE VAN FLEET SPIUNGDALE For our liilvvu u1t"1l really roul- Buxkrflball Quvm am! fun lo boof. Basketball Queen-4 El Club Espanol-3, 4 G.A.A.-l, 3, 4 Glee Club-2, 3, 4 Home Ec. Club-3, 4 Honor Roll-2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 lem Zem Staff-3, 4 DAVID E. WADE MT. HEALTHY Full of fun, president of GIM- A lop-flighl friend, wr all agrvr. Basketball-l Class Officer-2 Clientes Latinae-1, 2 Football-2 Glee Club-I, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y-2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 2, 4 Spotlight Club-4 STANLEY C. WAECHTER MT. HEALTHY-Nnw BURLINGTON Say Hello to Sian, for ln' is om' Wlufll xlzow how fnmc in ar! is wwf. Football-3 Glec Club-l, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y-5, 4 Spotlight Club-4 JANE WARD MT. HEALTHY Hvrv'x lo law! Hrr rraily smile Aml bvlping lmml makr lliingx uforlliulvilr Basketball Queen Candidate-4 Clicntcs Latinae-l, 2 Glue Club-I, 2, 3 Honor Roll-l, 2, 3 Les Etudiants sans Soucis-3 L.G.D.-l, '2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-2, 3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-l, 2, 3, 4 Zem Zem Stal?-3, 4 EARL WEBER MT. HEALTHY A ilvfwvzrlabiz' frlfouz, rimning in bigbg Marmgrr of Zcm Zvm, P1'l'XiKll'lIf of Hi-Y. Camera Club-4 -. Class Officer-2, 5 Clientes Latinae-I, 2 El Club Espanol-3 Football-3, 4 Hi-Y-3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-I, 2, 4 Spotlight Club-4 " Y-Teen Prom King-4 Zem Zem Staff-3, 4 - 1 .. 'if -. GEORGE WEBER MT. HEALTHY A 4fL'l'0fl't' of Isaak Wallofzg lust gin' bim a rod and gun. Clientes Latinae-2 Hi-Y-3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-3 Class Odicer-4 Zcm Zcm Staff-4 WARREN WIRTH lVl'l'. Hl:Al.'l'IlY A t'f1l'l'l'flIl fvliou' ami full of frm, W'irllv'x still flu' om' Io gvf lbingx iiunv. Camera Club-3, 4 Clientcs Latinac-2 Football-3, 4 Hi-Y-3, 4 Honor Roll-1, 2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-4 Spotlight Club-4 Track-3, 4 Zein Zum Staff-4 CAROL M. XVOLPERT lVl'I'. LILALTHY Though ul our firm' xlw ziin' xlray, Away from Hcallhy sin' rould 1101 slay. Glec Club-2 Y-Teens-5 BARBARA WOODWARD MT. HlaA1.THY-Nlaw BURLINGTON Barifx porfrayal of Mrx. Dig, In .ivnior play wwf! crm' big. Camera Club-4 Clicntcs Latinac-2 cs.A.A.-1, 2. 3, 4 Glcc Club-l, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll-4 Spotlight Clubh4 Track-2 Y-Teens-l, 2, 3, 4 MARY LOU WURSTER MT. HI'Al.'l'HX' A clavx-nmli' who ix on ilu' bull, Marx' 1,011 is lilml by ull. li.A.A.-l, 2, 5, 4 Glcc Club-4 Spotlight Club-4 Y-Teens-4 MARIAN ALICE YOUNG MT. HlLAL'I'fiY-Nl,W' BuRL1Nu'roN Muriuu-win' ami "in ilu' gl'0Ul'!'UQ Of bw' j'0ll,ll ufrvr iiiszlflprow. Clientcs Lntinac-1, 2 Glcc Club-l, 2, 4 Honor Roll-2, 3, 4 L.G.D.-2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team-2 Spotlight Club-4 PATRICK EARL CHAMBERS FINNLYTOWN Puffs m'j'z'x l7lll'I' KI frirmiiy gleam. Rt'l'IK'Illl7t'l' him on Ibm' football team? Baseball-3, 4 Basketball-3, 4 Class Officer-2, 4 Football-1, Z, 3, 4 Hi-Y-5, 4 Spotlight Club-4 JOSEPH J. HEITFELD MT. HEALTHY HUM' is Itryi Wx',l'n' firm' lo Wy, Wfbvn fuk uronml, fun romrx our 'way Wirth W'olpcrt Wloodward NWursrcr Young WILLIAM A. ESCI-IENBRENNER MT. HIAL'I'lIY-NPIW BURLINGTON To XUIPH' flvlx En-lag to oibvrx, Billy Hr docs bis work uxillr u riglrl good will. Baseball-4 Football-4 Glec Club-3, 4 Spotlight Club-4 Track-2 BACCALAUREATE SERVICE june 3, 1951 ORDER or S1-,iwiei-. Reverend R. V. Pelton-Presiding Piano Meditatio--"Ada io from Moonlivht Sonata". . , B!'FflJ0l'K'll 3 ca Processional-"Priests' March from Ath.1lia". ., . ,. .. .Ms'1n1'4'lxsob1i CC:0l1gl'l'X6lfl0l7 and Cboir Slamlingj Prayer in Unison: CRr'111ai11 sfum1'i11gj Almighty God, unto Whom all hearts are open, all desires known. and from Whom no secrets are hid, cleanse the thoughts of our hearts by the inspiration of Thy Holy Spirit, that we may perfectly love Thee, and worthily magnify Thy Holy Name, we pray, in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Hymn QAII Sftlflyllhlj .. ..,., . ., .. . .. ..,. .. . ."Beneath the Cross of jesus" Reading from the Word-Luke 4:10-Z1 . ..,. ,. .,,.,. Rev. Herbert Lisle Evening Prayer QAU seafcfzlj ..,. .. . ,. . .. .. . . . Rev. Frank Clarke Anthem-"Seek Ye the Lord ".. ...,..........,.,,.,.. .,,.,..,.. . , ,..,., , ,. Robrrfs Mt. Healthy Glee Club Soloist-Carol Schwietering The Offertory . ,,., .. .. . ,. , , .. , . . Rev. R. V. Pelton Anthem-"Out of the Depths I Cry to Theea' . . .. ,. . ,. . . .. . . lamrs Sermon-"What Is Your Dream? ..... ,.,.. . Rev. C. O. Cossaboom Hymn Qflll xiamlingj .. ..,..,. ,... , . "Fairest Lord jesus" Benediction CAI! sfumlingj ., ,. Rev. R. V. Pelron Recessional-"March Militaire" .. .. Sz'fJ11l2a'rf Con refafion and rboir will rcuzain seafetl zmlil rrvexsimzal is vom Jlvfvzl. 5 3 . , . . . MiHlSf6,YS leuwng ibe plufform will be ilu, signal for tllSIllISXtllJ -35-. FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES June 8. 1951 PROGRAM Processional-"March of the Brave" .....,....., ,.,. ,......... ,..,. .........,..,. Z u r I zenirk i Mt. Healthy High School Band Invocation . .,..,.........,,.,..,.. ........ .......,,..,..,...,.,. R e v. C. O. Cossaboom Mt. Healthy Christian Church Salutatorian ...,..., ..,..,. , .,..... joan Lawler "Claire de Lunev .. . ..,... ...... . , C. Debussy Historian ....,..,...,. ...,. , Mary Ann Kattelman "Citadel" overture ...,.........,..... ............,.,,...,........,...,...,..,.......,.,......,,,... B enmflf Mt. Healthy High School Band Valedictorian ....,., ..,.. ........ ....,...,....,..........,..,. , . ....,....,... ...,. D o n Breyley "Let Us Praise God" ......,.........,.,..,..............,........,......,......... ......,,..... O lds Reader-Sylvia Seigle-Senior Class Presentation of Class ,. .... , ...........,.....,.....,.,....... ,........, S upt. A. W. Milner Awards .... ...,.,..,,..,........,, .......,...,.., D . T. Hill Presentation of Diplomas ..., ..,.... F rederic Auburn "Alma Mater" ......,....... .......,.....,... S enior Class Benediction .,.... ...,,....,.................................,............ R ev. C. O. Cossaboom Mt. Healthy Christian Church Recessional-"Priests' March" ,........................, .................... ...... M f 'nrfvlssob-11 Mt. Healthy High School Band -37- Seniors CUisit WASHINGTON TRIP That long awaited day had finally arrived - March 21, 1951. We were at Winton Place, waiting for the train and trying to keep warm, for the station-agent had told us that our train was twenty minutes late. Finally, it arrived, the conductor yelled "All Aboard," and we were off! After we were settled, we discovered a club car next to our coach. After that, suH7ice it to say, most of us were in that club car from then until ???, either playing cards or singing songs and really having a swell time for ourselves. Meanwhile, in our coach, the porter was passing out the pillows and some rf our group were starting to turn in for the night. The next thing we kncv it was morning and we were in Baltimore. A bus was chartered for the remainder of our trip to Washington. Our bus driver was really a friend. We met him in Baltimore and he stayed with us for two days, that is, until Saturday. I am certain that everyone agrees that "Pete" really made our trip more interesting. We started our tour at Fort McHenry. After that, we went to Annapolis which "naturally" thrilled most of the girls. We then travelled on to Washing- ton to see the Capitol, Congressional Library, Senate, House, and many other places of historical importance. This phrase is cliche but it sums up our trip perfectly-"A fine time was had by all." I -3 3... Cbiasbington, Q13 -39k gfistory of the Senior Glass The year 1947 marked the entrance of the class of '51 into high school. As we look back, we recall with delight the carefree days of our freshman year. In those days we were a class of 107 kids, all set to conquer high school and any obstacles the world might set in our way. There were 59 from Mt. Healthyg 20 from Monfort Heights, 13 from Finneytowng 9 from New Burlington, and 6 from Springdale: Yes, we were green, but we made friends and soon established a spirit of unity. But before we knew it, the year had slipped by amid extra-curricular snowball fights and parties. Our class membership had dwindled to 95, and our responsibilities and activities had increased. Why! We even published our own class paper, "The Keyhole". None of us will ever forget the grand times we spent during our sophomore year. Our junior year found us with 91 members in the class. Ah! That was the year! It was not enough keeping up with all our other school activities that we as juniors were expected to do. We also had the task of raising money for the Junior-Senior Prom. Getting down to business, we did just that. With a Mardi Gras theme, the Prom was held at the Norwood Masonic Temple. Who could ever forget that gay and delightful evening? A successful prom had been our goal and a successful prom it was! Receiving our class rings at the end of the year, we suddenly realized that our high school days were numbered. Now at long last we were seniors! We were the big-wigs of the school. And what a senior year we had! Our spirit was embodied in our motto, "Work for the future, not the past". Our excellent taste was expressed in the navy blue and white of our class colors. So proud were we of our colors that we broke tradition and wore them at commencement. Our senior year was high-lighted by our class-play, Washington trip, and class picnic at Le Sourdsville Lake at the close of the school year. Baccalaureate Services were held on June 3 and on the evening of June 8 commencement exercises were held. Then we were no longer seniors. We were 81 young men and women, ready to answer and conquer the world. Some of us were ready to answer the call to help preserve peace and freedom in order that those who follow in our footsteps may find a better world to live in. In ten years, on the second Sunday in June, we plan to meet again at the portals of Mt. Healthy High School to renew memories and friendships of four most happy years. -40- Zem fZem J-fzwarcf In accordance with a tradition established some twelve years ago, the Zem Lem has 1w.1rded prizes to top-ranking students of the classes of 1950 and 1951. The cash award las yur wls divided among three persons. 19 Willinnm Remers L Robert Diserens .. janet Whitaker , , 19 Don Breyley .. Joan Lawler . Mary Ann Kattelnmn 50 Winners 51 Winners .41- , First Plan Sl'l'0l1li Plum Third Plan Ixirxl Plan' Svvwld Plan Third Plum f JUNIOR CLASS Richard Behrendt Barbara Klenk ,Iuanita Pearson Average 90-94 SENIOR CLASS Marilyn Black Robert Cormack Shirley Fey Sue Henke Mary Ann Kattelman joan Lawler Norbert Menke Richard Messick Nancy Meyer Lois Phillips Cynthia Reardon ,lane Ward lfarl Weber Warren Wirth Barbara XVoodward JUNIOR CLASS Renee Black Mary Deck Richard Fieler jean Hennen Ronald Hinson lfarl Kisker Nancy Spindler SOPHOMORF CLASS Ishmol Barnes Don Chamberlain Dallas Cooley ,loy Dick Mary K. Drostc Barbara Gausman Joyce Hauek Marianne Hessler Louis Kaelin Carol Kuhlmann Doraldyne Mulder Mary Rohrig W'illiam Staubitz Mary Lou Stehlin Diane Stevens FRESHMAN CLASS Edward Beyer Janet Codling joy Cumbow gfonor 95011 Average 95-99 SOPHOMORIE CLASS Gayle Horwarth Robert Meadows Sue Nieman Martha Saunders Gertrude Tappe Eddie Dreier Carol Dvorak Marlene Erhardt Claire Fsselmann Victor Goyetre Yvonne Herbold Marjorie Hettriek Conrad Hetzcr Nancy Noe Herbert Strube Ruth Sunderhaus Average 85-89 SENIOR CLASS Carol Braun Carl Goetz Shirley Hayes .Iacquelin Hebeler Kenneth Kern Eleanor Kimble Tom Kirby Anita Listermann Sidne Mulder Mary Louise Quatkemey Tom Schunk .lim Seim Tom Smith Carol Sunderhaus Dorothy Tekulve Ifileen Van Fleet David Wade joan Westrich Marian Young JUNIOR CLASS Loraine Baldhoff .Ierry Duecker Tom Dull Rolla Iiich Robert Glaab Emma Goetz Adele Jaeger ,Ioan jenkins jerry Karehes Mary Belle Maddux Carol Niehaus Richard Pansing Ruth Parsons john Saunders -loanne York Ct' FRESHMAN CLASS Cliarlen Ehrhardt Doris Haering Virginia Hunsche Beverly jones WIOZIFIHC Klenk Marie Menke Tom Richley SOPHOMORE CLASS Kathlyn Albrecht Robert Beiersdorfer janet Butler Patricia Farrell Robert Gloeckler Diane Hauer Donna Hauer Patricia Hede Phyllis Hounshell Herman Hudepohl Donald Imhulse Gilbert Kammerer Mary .lay Miller Bill Mills Robert Oehler Sally Oehler Tom Ott Ruth Petersen Sylvia Shale Gail Silber Vivian Taylor Shirley Weizenecker FRESHMAN CLASS Phyllis Boehringer Bert Bollinger james Daiker Chester Iihler Marilee Greer Wayne Hollander Iillen Kokemohr Lea Rae Korn Maxine Marsch Charlene Peters Kathleen Sper .Ioan Spreckelmeier Malvern Timm Patty Wheeler Elaine Zimmerman are based on grades for the first three terms of the school year. No grades were considered if the student had any work incomplete at the close of the third term. Likewise, no averages were made for students who were carrying fewer than four regular academic courses. All averages ,421 :Scholarship cgeam Row l Row Z Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Biology Donald Chamberlain Tom Ott Kenneth Weber Cbenzisfry Richard Behrendt Robert Cormack jerry Foote Gfrwrul Srienfr' Chester Ehler Conrad Hetzer Tom Richley PlJ,yxiz's Don Breyley Joan Lawler William Quinlan Algebra I Malvern Timm John Van Valey Patty Wheeler +Hetzer, Taylor, jones, J. Klenk, C. Ehrhardt, Tappe, B. Klenk -Voige, Quatkemeyer, Maddux, Deck, Hatlck, Meyer, Nieman. llill 7Timm, Saunders, D. Mulder, Black, Kuhlmann, S. Mulder, Shale, Wheeler. Ehler fStevens, Horwarth. Hunsche, Pearson, Van Valey, Ward -Hogue, Tekulve, Quinlan -Richley. Dull, Lippmeier, Chamberlain. Ross, Claab -Lawler, Hauer, Meadows, NVeber, Brevley, Leberecht -Foote, Hinson, Xlllirth, Behrendt, Stauhitz Algrlmi II Ronald Hinson William Lippmeier Juanita Pearson Plizm' Geoinelry Robert Meadows Sylvia Shale Gertrude Tnppe Anzrfrirun H islory Renee Black Richard Fieler Barbara Klenk Wiirlrl Hixfory Dallas Cooley Gayle Horwarth Bruce Leberecht Booklzrrjiiizg Joyce Hauck Diane Stevens Vivian Taylor Senior Social Sinrliex Mary Louise Quatkemeyer Earl Weber W'arren Wirth English IX Charlen Ehrhnrdt Beverly Jones Joann Klenk English X Sue Nieman Martha Saunders William Staubitz Englisla XI Mary Deck Tim Kincaid Mary Belle Maddux English XII Nancy Meyer Sidne Mulder Jane Ward ...43-.. Lafin I Virginia Hunsche Dorothy Tekulve Virginia Voige Lnfin Il Carol Kuhlmann Diane Hauer Doraldyne Mulder Sfmnislr I Tom Dull Robert Glnnb Janet Hill Sfnmixlz II Donna Hogue -lane Ritchie Betsy Rose ff ACTIVITIES wand The Mt. Healthy High School Band has had a very prosperous year. After the election of officers it began activities by backing up the football team on our home field. The Christmas Concert featured a composition with lyrics by Mr. Slade and music by Mr. Guinn. In new uniforms, purchased by the Band Boosters, the band presented its Spring Con- cert. Finally May came and our band, along with the bands of Anderson, Mariemont, Wy- oming, and Greenhills, took part in the annual Band Festival. After strutting its' stuff down the main street in the Memorial Day Parade, the band closed the year with its traditional picnic. ...45.. 53and Row Row Row Row Heumer, Zmselmeier, Leach, Nott, Korn, Brown, Cook, Mr. Guinn War. Eich, Codling, Gerber, Droste, Way. Eich, Hersch -Todd, Scheffel, Heil. Welland, Ri. Lalrollette Bridge, Petersen. Hager, Stahley, Do. Hauer, Hafer T1-onziwrm Tom Wlelland Row -Boles, Hawn, Pearson, Di. Hauer, K. Pearson, Hyde Row Betzner, Tiemeycr, Chamberlain, Hinson, Riley Balm' Director .,.. Mr. A. F. Guinn President . ...,,... Juanita Pearson Viee President .. ..... Geoffrey Hyde Seerefary ..,.... . .. .....,. Diane Hauer Treasurer ...,..,.... Mary Belle Madclux Sfudenl Direrfor .,.. ,... C larenee Betzner Manager . ..,... ..,.. Roger Graham PIKTOIO Wayrie Cook l'4lIlfl'X Ruth Petersen Betty Haferl Clariuelx Kay Pearson Carol Gerber liddie Hersch jimmy Heil Tom Packer A110 Sa,x'olJfJo11es Mary Belle Maddux Howard Riley Tenor Sd.X'0l7b0IIl' Kenneth Scheifel Burilom' SLLXUITIJOIIL' Howard Riley Frz'm'lw Horux W'ayman Todd Larry Hinson Tru nzpefx Geoffrey Hyde Bill Hager Clarence Betzner David Leach Tom Stahley Jerry Shannon ....46- Wesley' Brown Barifulu' Hornx Warren Eich W'alter Korn Sozzsaplaomw Eugene Tiemeyer Don Chamberlain Pt'lAL'llX.lilIlI Bvllx Mary Kay Droste Snare Drnmx Spencer Sands Donald Timmerman jim Schwab Cymbulx Wayne Fich Busx Drum Juanita Pearson Drum Maiorvllex lean Bolcs Marilyn Hawn Gloria Bridge Drum Major George Huemmer I-'lag Berzrvrx Diane Hauer Donna Hauer Gamera Club Row I-Suclhrack, Ott, Wade, Pansin Row 2-Kist, Schubert, Seigle, Kimble, Row 3-Muckenfuhs, Karches, Quinlan, Spohn, Row 4-Chamberlain, Wirth, G. Weber, Goetz, g, Oehler, Nielsen, Feith Nlr. Battle Schwietering Vloodward, Gibson Row 5-E. Weber. Emmons, Messersehmitt, Goetz, Cooley, Auburn Don Chamberlain Dallas Cooley jerry Dueeker Bob Emmons Gene Feith Bob Gibson Carl Goetz Emma Goetz jerry Karches lilcanor Kimble livelyn Kist Bill Lippmeier Tom Messerschmitt jack Muckenfuhs Wanda Nielson Bob Oehler Sally Oehler Thomas Ott Dick Pansing Glenn Quinlan This year a much greater interest was taken in photography than formerly. One even had to make appointment for use of the dark-room. Whatever the occasion, there was bound to be a flash of white light, for Camera Club members were "Johnny on the Spot" at all school events. They were working hand-in-hand with the Zem Zem staff, getting pictures for the annual. In fact, most of the pictures in this book were made possible by work of the club. Together with the junior Class, they spon- sored a movie to help raise the 3200.00 spent for photographic supplies. Members feel that this interest gives promise of even more and better pictures in the years ahead. President .... Vive Prffsifleut Sz'c'r'vfary , .,.. Trcusu rw' ..., Adviser Glenna Schubert Carol Schwietcring Anna Marie Seider Sylvia Seiglc Glenn Spohn Billy Wade liarl XVeber George W'eber Warren Wirth Barbara NVoodward Carl Goetz Dallas Cooley Barbara Woodward Earl Weber Mr. Bartlc Glientes fatinae President V irc-Prc'xia'r'11f Sl'l'l'C'fl1Y'.1' .,,.. . Trmszzrer Adviser ,.,. Row lfDroste. Himes, Dick, Bridge. Gausman. Leisler. Beyer. Hede Row 2fMulder, Saunders, Flarnes, Petersen, Kist Row 3-llebeler, Do. Hauer, Weizenecker, Fessler, Baldhoff, Kuhlmann, Miss Frost Row 4-Ott, jenkins, Frey, Goetz. Di. Hauer, Silber. Oehler Row 5-Hinson, Cooley, Staubitz, Mills, Leberecht. Chamberlain, Betzner Bianca Barnes Mary Lou Beyer Gloria Bridge Mary Kay Droste Dallas Cooley Joy Dick Lorna Frank Barbara Gausman Diane Hauer Donna Hauer jackie Hcbcler Pat Hede Elizabeth Himes Larry Hinson Lorain Baldlioff Clarence Bctzner Don Chamberlain Joyce Fesslcr ACTIVIC MEMBERS 4 Carol Kuhlmann Bruce Leberccht jackie Leisler Bill Mills Doraldync Mulder Robert Oehler Tom Ott Ruth Petersen Martha Saunders Anna Marie Seider Gail Silber Bill Staubitz Kenny W'cber Shirley Vfeizeneclrer HONORARY MEMBERS Martha Saunders Gail Silber Dallas Cooley Donna Hauer Miss Frost .48- Emma Goetz .loan Jenkins Evelyn Kist Carol Niehaus The arrival of j. C. L. pins made the mem- bers feel that the club was official, and everyone was proud to wear the emblem of the junior Classical League, national organization with which the local club is affiliated. The members engaged in several money- making activities in order to finance their projects. They made contributions of cash to the Community Chest and the Polio Fund. Continuing a tradition of former groups, they presented to the school a picture of a spot on Lake Wawasee in Indiana. At the annual picnic the members honored the nine freshmen who had averages of 90 or more in Latin I. This year's Spanish Club worked toward 81 Cflub Sspanol E Swat wwf are Wmbs ' SFWNAX Y H ? Kiwi Wm ,Ni Row I-Dargue. Stegmuller, Van Fleet, Erhardt, Cettle, Nieman Row Z-Hill, Miller. Sunderhaus, Korn, Hounshell, Boehringer Row 3-Seigle, Horwarth, Pearson, Hogue. Ross, Miss Miller Row 4-Bitters, Claab, Chamberlain, Riley, Schupp David Bitter Nancy Gettle jim Horton Gayle Howorth Sue Nieman jane Ritchie the purchase of a trophy case for the high school. In order to raise funds for this project, the club sponsored a bake-sale and a school movie. Early in the spring, members made the annual trip to the Spanish Inn, where they thoroughly enjoyed both the food and the "at- mosphere" At mid-year new members were admitted. The Calender ended with the elec- tion of officers. Betsy Ross Robert Schupp Sylvia Seigle Ronald Timmerman liilccn Van Fleet President ......, Vin' Prcsidwfl Secretary ...,..... Treasurer ... AdL'isr'r .,.. I . jim Horton .. Sue Nieman Betsy Ross Nancy Gettlc Miss Miller Qirls' J-fztbletic Jfzssociation UPPER PICTURE Row l-Hennen, Fessler, B. Klenk, Goetz, Hcnke, Kist, Gierach, Meyer, Jaeger, Dice Row Z-Kuhlmann, Horwarth, Cumbow, Haering, Esselman, Korn, Butler, Hettrick, Dvorak, Bach, Black jenkins, Hunsche, Listermann, Kattelman, Bohn, Hayes, Moeller, Hogue, Boles, Fey, Arnold, Do. Hauer Di. llauer, Deck, j. Klenk. jones, Gerber. Droste, Arcaro, Dick, Causman, Himes, Erhardt, Row 3- Row 4f Beyer l,OXY!lfR PICTURE Row lil. Smith, Peters, Zimmerman, Reifenberger, Schubert, Schultes, Nielsen, M. Zimmerman Row 2vRoehling, Miller, Silber, Vogel, Shale, Reardon, Schwietering, D. Smith Row 3-C. Sunderhaus, Worthington, Woodward, Ries, Yenke, Noe, R. Sunderhaus Row 4-Samson, Quatkemeyer, Stegmuller, Pfeiffer, Saunders, Tappe, Petersen, Van De Ryt, Nieman -5 0- Marcella Arcaro Jackie Arnold Leatrice Bach Barbara Beyer Jeannine Bohn Jean Boles Renee Black Janet Butler Joy Cumbow Alice Dargue Mary Deck Margaret Dice Joy Dick Mary Kay Droste Carol Dvorak Marlene Erhardt Claire Esselman Joyce Fessler Shirley Fey Donna Frey Barbara Gausman Carol Gerber Joan Gierach Emma Goetz Doris Haering Dianne Hauer Donna Hauer Mary Belle Hayes Shirley Hayes Sue Henke Jean Hennen Margorie Hettrick Janet Hill Elizabeth Himes Donna Hogue Gayle Horworth Virginia Hunsche Adele Jaeger Joan Jenkins Beverly Jones Mary Ann Kattleman Evelyn Kist Barbara Klenk Jo Ann Klenk A bake sale started the ball rolling for G. A. A. early in the fall. 'The next activity was a dance with a wonderful floor show on Oe- tobcr 21. Some time later they sponsored a movie. These were merely means of warming up for their chief project, the Honor Banquet, held June 1 to present scholastic and athletic awards to outstanding students in the various fields. A picnic after the last meeting brought the year to a satisfactory close. Each year the G. A. A. presents a ring at commencement to the "Best All Around Girl". On June 8, 1951, that ring was presented to Nancy Meyer. Marilyn Hafer of the class of 1950 proudly wears the ring awarded last year. Leah Korn Carol Kuhlman Anita Listerman Marcella Merkel Nancy Meyer Mary Jay Miller Wanda Nielsen Sue Nieman Nancy Noe Charlene Peters Ruth Petersen Margie Pfeiffer Donna Plummer Mary Louise Quatkemeyer Cynthia Reardon Sheila Reifenberger Hilda Ries Jane Ritchie Peggy Roehling Shirley Roy Sally Samson Martha Saunders Dolores Schmitt Glenna Schubert Hariet Schultcs Carol Schwietering Anna Marie Seider Sylvia Shale Gail Silber Dolores Smith Nancy Stegmuller Carol Sunderhaus Ruth Sunderhaus Gertrude Tappe Elsie Tuley Gerrie Van De Ryt Judy Vogel Shirley Weizenecker Barbara Vfoodward Mary Ann Worthington Mary Lou Wurster Shirley Ycnke Jo Ann York Elaine Zimmerman Marie Zimmerman President ....,.. ,... M ary Louise Quatkemeyer Vice President Secreiary .,...... Treasurer .... Adviser ..., .,.,., Carol Sehwietering Carol Kuhlman Jean Hennen Miss Cordes Qlee Club Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 'K -Cooley, Foote, Blount, Cormack, Fessler, Eschenbrenner, Greer, Eich, Bauer, Daehnke -Findley, Goetz, Fey, Boehringer, Cumbow, Bach, Dvorak, Bridge, Esselman, Dreier Bollinger, Burnham, Ferris, Becker, Baldhoff, Deck, Black, Arnold, Beyer, Boehne, Frank, Ehler, Buttelwerth Enderle, Flohr, Butler, Barnes, Dick, Benningiield, Gettle, Farrell, Dargue, Ehrhardt, Bohn, Arcaro, Erhardt, Droste Ott, Hager, Porter, Leberecht, Meadows, Kennedy, Oehler, Muckenfuhs Kimble, Peters, Do. Hauer, Hessler, Leahy, Hagen, Petersen, Nieman, Hennen, Maddux Hauck, LaFollet1.e, Kokemohr, K. Pearson, Hunsche, Haering, Miller, Jenkins, Jaeger, Listermann, Nielsen Netherland, J. Pearson, Lord, Kuhlmann, Moeller, Kist, Mcffrackem, M. Hayes, Korn, Seigle. Hettrick, Hill, Adkins Di.l-lauer, Kattelman, Parsons, B.Klenk, I-lerbold, Hover, L.Kist, J.Klenk, Mathie, Jones, Noe Wolfe, RatliH, N. Spindler, D. Yearley, D. Smith, Strecker, Schubert, Wright, Schwietering, Waechter, Wade J. Smith, Young, Roehling, Yenke, E. Zimmerman, Stentz, Ross, Tobergta, Silber Mrs. Jones, Taylor, B. J. Weber, Sper, R. Sunderhaus, Worthington, Woodward, Ries, Vogel, Stevens, Wolpert, Jaeger Robinson, Wurster, M. Saunders, Taylor, Spreckelmeier, Trippel, C. Sunderhaus, Stegmullcr. Van Fleet, Quatkemeyer, Reifenberger, Ward -52- Eugene Adkins Marcella Arcaro Jackie Arnold Leatrice Bach Lorraine Baldhoff Bianca Barnes David Barnes Tom Bauer Betty Becker Don Beckman Joyce Behne Patsy Benningfield Barbara Beyer Renee Black Dorothy Blount Phyllis Boehringer Jeanine Bohn Robert Bollinger Gloria Bridge Roy Brown Roy Brunemann Rubert Burnham Janet Butler Ralph Buttelworth Gene Chamberlain Dallas Cooley Robert Cormack Joy Cumbow Louis Daehnke Alica Dargue Ann Dargue Mary Deck Joy Dick Fred Dorsey Edward Drier Mary Kay Droste Judy Dudley Carol Dvorak Chester Ehler Marlene Ehrhardt Rolla Eich Ronald Endcrle Charles Erhardt Bill Eschenbrenner Claire Esselman Pat Farrell Edna Ferris Joyce Fessler glee Glub Shirley Fey Earl Findley Lola Mae Flohr Jerry Foote Lorna Frank Donna Frey Jo Ann Frisbie Nancy Gettle Emma Goetz Marilee Greer Bill Gustin Doris I-Iaering Jane Hagen Bill Hager Diane Hauck Diane Hauer Donna Hauer Marybelle Hayes Jackie Hebeler Jean Hennen Yvonne Herbold Marianne Hessler Marge Hettrick Janet Hill Roland Hite Mary Hover Virginia Hunsche Adele Jaeger Joan Jenkins Beverly Jones Mary Ann Kattelman John Kennedy Eleanor Kimble Jack King Evelyn Kist Louise Kist Barbara Klenk Joanne Klenk Janet Knost Ellen Kokemohr Robert Konkle Leah Korn Carol Kuhlman Rita LaFallette Jean LaWaere Jenny Leahy Bruce Leberecht Anita Listermann The Glee Club began activities with an enrollment of 190 members. During the course of the year, the group sang for the Prince of Peace Contest, helpde spread the Christmas spirit by singing carols uptown, and sang for two of the Union Lenten Services at the Chris- tian Church. Something new was done by this year's club, in that it entered the Ohio Music Educator's District Competitive Festival at Miami Univer- sity. A II rating was given the group, an ex- cellent beginning, and everyone will be looking forward to a rating of "I" next year! To climax the clubis activities, the operetta "Blow Me Down" was given on May 10 and 11 with wonderful results. We feel this club has had a good year and wish them the best of luck in the future. Don Listerman Ollie Listerman Ronald Lohr Marilyn Loop Clorita Lord Joan Lunsford Mary Belle Maddux Virginia Mathie Muriel McCracken Robert Meadows Tom Messerschmidt Eugene Messick Mary Jay Miller Dorothy Moeller Jack Muckenfuhs Judy Naber Wanda Nielsen Bob Netherland Carol Niehaus Sue Nieman Nancy Noe Robert Oehler Thomas Ott Ruth Parsons Juanita Pearson Kay Pearson Charlene Peters Ruth Petersen Donna Plummer Loren Porter Mary Louise Quatkemeyer Bill Quinlan Russell Ratliff Alice Reif Sheila Reifenberger Pete Rcister Norbert Rieman Hilda Ries Jane Ritchie Norma Robinson Peggy Roehling Spencer Sand Martha Saunders Glenna Schubert Bob Schupp Carol Schwietering Anna Marie Seider Carl Seider President ......,.. . . .,........ , . Vice President .... ,.,... Secretary ,....., Treasurer ..,. Direcfor ...... -53- Sylvia Seigle Don Seitz Shirley Seitz Marilyn Shaw Gail Silber Dolores Smith Juanita Smith Dick Spellmeyer Kathleen Sper Joann Spreckelmeier Nancy Stegmuller Lois Stentz Diane Stevens Alan Strecker Carol Sunderhaus Ruth Sunderhaus Ronald Sunnenberg George Taylor Vivian Taylor Dorothy Tekulve Malvern Timm Ronald Timmerman Alice Tobergta Annette Trippel Elsie Tuley Eileen Van Fleet Judy Vogel Bill Wade David Wade Stanley Waechter Jane Ward Betty Weber Shirley Weizenecker Bob Wolfe Carol Wolpert Barbara Woodward Mary Ann Worthing Lee Wright Mary Lou Wurster Ted Yaeger Richard Yearley Robert Yearley Shirley Yenke Jo Ann York Marian Young Elaine Zimmerman IOII Dave Wade Tom Messerschmidt Barbara Klenk Mary Louise Quatkemeyer Mrs. Jones 90- Row I Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Charlie Berold Don Breyley Pat Chambers Robert Cormack Roy Crum ,Ioe Cuzzort Leslie Davis jerry Dueeker Rolla Eich Bob Emmons Bill Engel Dick Fieler Crum, Waechter, Riley, Wade, Spellmeyer Mr. Hill, Pansing. Berold, Hebeler, Adkins, Spohn, Quinlan, Mr. Mil Karches, Hyde, Kirby, Saunders, Schupp, Betzner, Emmons Lohr, Smith, Netherland, G. W'eber, Schunk, Messerschmitt -Meyer, R. Hinson, Pflum, Cuzzoit, Engel Seim. Cormack, Nlarqua, Davis, Chambers, Eich L. Hinson. Cooley. Mills. Wirth. Breyley. E. Weber Frank Hebeler Ronald Hinson jerry Karches Tom Kirby Earl Kisker Walter Marqua Tom Messerschmitt Bob Netherland Dick Pansing tluluis Pllum Glenn Quinlan ner jim Roy Tom Schunk Jim Seim Tom Smith Dick Spellmeyer Glen Spolin David Wade Stan Wechter Earl W'eber George Weber Wai'ren Wirth Mt. Healthy's I-li-Y, boy's Christian organi- zation sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. has sailed through another successful year. In February they crowned the year's events when their candidate, Eileen Van Fleet, was crowned Basketball Queen. The boys got into the newspaper field when they collaborated with the L.G.D. in publishing several editions of "Healthy Highlights". The group maintained an interesting pro- gram for members. This included weekly bowl- ing sessions and meetings which featured dis- cussions, movies, and speakers from various fields of interest. Not to be forgotten were the Hayride and well-known initiation. Presldrnl . ....., .,. Vive Presidwzf Serrefury Trf'as11rf'r . Clmplain .... A11 zfisers Earl Weber Leslie Davis Dave Wade Tom Schunk Jim Seim Mr. Hill Mr. Milner gfome Economics Club .ab- Row I-Herbold, Arcaro, jones, Row 2-C. Sunderhaus, Nielsen, Row 3-Lord, Merkel, Saunders, Row 4-Shale. Stehlin, Tekulve, Marcella Arcaro Carol Craig Charlene Erhardt ,Ioan Gierach Yvonne Herbold Beverly jones Leah Korn Rose La Follette Clorira Lord M uriel McCracken Marcella Merkel Wanda Nielsen ix Ehrhardt, Lalrollette, McCracken, Miss Griffin Van Fleet, Reifenberger. Bach, Peters Craig. R. Sunderhaus, Gierach Yenke, Ries. Robinson Charlene Peters Sheila Reifenberger Hilda Reis Norma Robinson Jean Saunders Sylvia Seigle Sylvia Shale Mary Lou Stehlin Carol Sunderhaus Ruth Sunderhaus Dorothy Tekulve Eileen Van Fleet Shirley Yenke The Home Economics Club spent a profit- able year. They sold school supplies and also book covers on which they had printed the school emblem. At Christmas time they gave a party for the children at the Emanuel Center. At Easter they prepared baskets and once again delighted the children at the Emanuel Center. The club finished their very successful year with the traditional picnic at Sharon Woods. PYc"Aftf!'llf ...,...,. Vin' Pff'SillK'lIf Serrvfury Treasurer .... Adviser ,... Hilda Ries Sylvia Seigle Eileen Van Fleet . Wanda Nielsen Miss Griffin .fiterary Qola' Qliggers V7 if I I President ...,.., Vice President Secretary .... 'l'rvas11rer Adviser ,.., Row I-Quatkemeyer, Himes, Klenk, Samson, Black, M. Spindler Row 2-Saunders, Meyer, Ward, N. Spindler, Kattelman, Miss Miller Row 3- Row 4- Row 5-4 Marilyn Black Renee Black Diane Hauer Donna Hauer jackie Hebeler Sue Henke Young, Reardon, Sunderhaus Di. Hauer, Do. Hauer, Weizenecker, Henke, Silber Black, Hebeler, Kuhlmann, Pearson, jenkins, Jaeger Elizabeth Himes Adele Jaeger Joan jenkins Mary Ann Kattelman Barbara Klenk Carol Kuhlma Nancy Meyer I1 Sue Henke Carol Sunderhaus .... Juanita Pearson Sally Samson Miss Miller Juanita Pearson Mary Louise Quatkemeyer Cynthia Reardon Sally Samson Martha Saunders Gail Silber Marilyn Spindler Nancy Spindler Carol Sunderhaus Jane Ward Shirley Weizenecker Marian Young The L. G. D. swung into action for the cur- rent year with a hay-ride to Handle-Bar Ranch. Somewhat later members enjoyed the musical comedy "Kiss Me Kate". The slumber-party at Nancy Meyer's home was .mother capital-letter event. Then who could forget the Alumnae Christ- mas Party at the home of last year's president, Joy Smith? Social activities came to a close with the traditional Progressive Supper and slumber party welcoming new members. All was not frivolous, for between times members succeeded in accumulating funds to purchase ninety dollars' worth of books for the school library. fit - .fite Glub Row lAStrecker, D. Yeerley. Wright, Riley, Mills, Meyer, Leberecht, Meadows, Van Guelpen, Staubitz Row 2-Yeager, Miller, Yenke, j. Smith. Ross, S. Oehler, jo. Trifilio, Roehling, Shale, Thomas Row 3-Mr. Slade, R. Oehler, Worthington, Silber, M. Saunders, Petersen, Weizenecker, Stevens, Vogel, Ri. LaFollette, Slehlin. j. Saunders, Ott, Todd Row 4-Schupp, Mulder, Van De Ryt, Rohrig, Todt, Tobergta, Ro. Lalrollette, Taylor. Leahy, Tappe, Nieman, Leisler, ju. Trifxlio Row I-Konl-cle, Beierdorsfer, Knox, Hinson, Cooley, Bitter, Betzner, Cloeckler, Chamberlain, Feith Kammerer Row Ziliing, Gerber, Hughes, Do. Hauer, Hounshell, Horwarth, Hawn, Kuhlmann, Blount, Di. Hauer Findley, Hamer Row 3flVlr. Slade, Alexander, Hauck, Butler, Arnold, B. Beyer, Hessler, Barnes, Brown, M. Beyer Chandler, Hede, Adkins Row 4-Bauer, Gettle, Benningfield, Farrell, Bridge, Craig, Dick, Himes, Albrecht, Droste, Causman Dwyer The Lit-Lite Club, open only to Sophomore English students, was formed this year. Al- though it is the youngest club in the school, it has had an active schedule. Among other things was the "Christmas Grab Bag Salei' com- plete with Santa Claus. Throughout the year, the club has rented various movies concerning English Literature to be shown to the class. NWC are all looking forward to the High School Handbook of Information about Mt. Healthy that will be completed next year. Prvsirlwzl ....., Vin' Prrfxidvnf Sf'c'rr'im'y .. . Trffaszmfr . . Adviser Gayle Horwarth Jim Horton Jane Ritchie Mary Kay Droste . .. ..... Mr. Slade Eugene Adkins Kathlyn Albrecht Bob Alcorn Tom Alexander Jackie Arnold Binky Barnes Ishmol Barnes Tom Bauer Robert Beiersclorfer Patsy Benningfield Clarence Betzner Barbara Beyer Mary Lou Beyer David Bitter Bill Bittner Dorothy Blount Gloria Bridge Crystallene Brown Roy Brunemann Janet Butler Don Chamberlain Carol Chandler Dallas Cooley Carol Craig Nancy Crosby Joy Dick Mary Kay Droste Judy Dudley Jim Dwyer Pat Farrell Gene Feith Earl Findley Allan Frasure Barbara Gausman Carol Gerber Nancy Gettle Bernard Gierach Kenny Gierach Robert Gloeckler fit - ffite Bill Hager Gordon Hamer Joyce Hauck Diane Hauer Donna Hauer Marilyn Hawn Pat Hcde Marianne Hessler Elizabeth Himes Larry Hinson Jim Horton Gayle Horwarth Phyllis Hownshell Herman Hudcpohl Peggy Hughes Geoff Hyde Don Imhulse Elvie Johnson Louis Kaelin Gilbert Kammerer Jack King Gary Knox Bob Konkle Carol Kuhlman Lewis Laake Rita LaFollette Rose LaFollerre Geniveve Leahy Bruce Leberech Jackie Leisler Jim McCollum Robert Meadows Ronald Meyer Mary Jay Miller Bill Mills Doraldyn Mulder Sue Nieman Bob Oehler Sally Oehler .158- Glu Tom Ott Ruth Petersen John Reiber Howard Riley Jane Ritchie Peggy Roehling Mary Rose Rohrig Betsy Ross Shirley Roy Jean Saunders Martha Saunders Dolores Schmidt Bob Schupp Sylvia Shale Gail Silber Juanita Smith Bill Staubitz Mary Lou Stehlin Diane Stevens Alan Strecker Gertrude Tappe Vivian Taylor Ernest Thomas Alice Tobergta Wayman Todd Marie Todt Joan Trifllio June Trifilio Gerrie Van De Ryt Don Van Guelpen Judy Vogel Kenny Weber Shirley Weizenecker Bob Wolfe Mary Ann Worthington Lee Wright Ted Yeager Richard Yearley Robert Yearley Shirley Yenke egpotligbt Glub "A BROOM FOR THE BRIDE" April 5 and 6 Clara Grey . ,, , Bert Grey . Josie Linda Grey ,. .. Susie Jones .,.. Mrs. Digberry Ernest Digberry Miranda Gow , ., Roger Hornblow . ., Dolly Laurel , ., Tony Piper Lola Lovelace ,.,,. Deacon Merridew CAST Mary A . Sylvia Seigle Sidne Mulder Richard Spellmeyer Earl Weber Cynthia Reardon Shirley Fey Louise Quatkemeyer Eleanor Kimble . ..,, ,. Sally Samson Eileen Van Fleet ,. , ,, ..... .lane Warcl Barbara Wloodward Jim Seim Tom Schunk . Hilda Reis Shirley Hayes , Roger Peterson Tom Kirby , Nancy Meyer Judy Naber Bob Emmons Don Breyley . .. Annie Seider Muriel McCracken A , .. George Weber XVarren Wirtli -59- Spotlight Club Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row -McCracken, Dargue, Conwell, Naber, Meyer, Nielsen, Kattelman Mr. Hendrickson, Kimble, Hayes, Braun, Henke, Listermann, Hebeler Mulder, Fey, Kirby, Black, Lawler Netherland, Frey, Kern, Chambers, Cuzzort, Eschenbrenner Breyley, Engel, Emmons, Messerschmitt, Crum. Goetz -Samson, Wurster, Van Fleet, Quatkemeyer, Ward, Stegmuller, Westrich Mr. Hendrickson, Sunderhaus, Reardon, Ries, Seigle, Woodward, Young Wolpert, Reif, Tekulve, Quinlan, Spohn G. Weber, Ted Smith, Schunk, Tom Smith, Wirth, Stark Seim, E.. Weber, Waechter, Wade, Spellmeyer 1 Benny Baynum Marilyn Black Carol Braun Don Breyley Pat Chambers Carolyn Conwell Roy Crum .loc Cuzzort Ann Dargue Bob Emmons Bill Engel Bill Iisclienbrenncr Arnold Fchrenbach Shirley Gey Donna Frey Carl Goetz Shirley Hayes lnckie Hebeler Sue Henke Nlary Ann Kattelman Kenny Kern lileanor Kimble Tom Kirby loan Lawler Anita Listermann Muriel McCracken Tom Messerschmitt Nancy Meyer Sidnc Mulder .Indy Naber Bob Netherland W'anda Nielsen Spotlight Club Prfsirlmf ,..,, . Tom Schunk Vi c'4' Prmizlwzf . .. .A Earl Weber S z'c'1'c' fury-Treasurer ..... ,.,. S ally Samson Arfrisrr .... ..,.. M r. Hendrickson Roger Peterson Mary Louise Quatliemeyer Bill Quinlan Cynthia Reardon Alice Reif Hilde Ries Norma Robinson Sally Samson Tom Schunk Annie Seidcr Sylvia Sciglc jim Scim Ted Smith Tom Smith Dick Spellmeyer Glenn Spohn Don Stark Nancy Stegmullcr Carol Sunderhaus Dorothy Tekulvc Ifileen Van Fleet Dave Wade Stan Wacchter -lane Ward Earl Weber George Weber ,loan Vlfestrich Warren Wirth Carol Wolperl Barbara Woodward Mary Lou W'urster Marian Young - Cgeens Row Row Row Row Row Row Row I-Meyer, Samson, Benningfield, Wurster, Al. Dargue, Conwell, An. Dargue. Quatkemeyer Row 2-J. Klenk, Leahy, Trippel, Zimmerman, Ward, Butler, Mrs. Roach 3-Beyer, Arnold, Van De Ryt, Nieman, Naber, Sunderhaus, Black 4-Mulder, Nielsen, Saunders. Petersen, Kist, Craig Sf-Phillips, Vogel, Miller, Nl. Spindler, N. Spindler, Schwietering 6-Reardon, Stevens, Weizenecker, Wolpert 7-Smith, York. R. Sunderhaus, Hunsche, Schubert 8-Shale, jenkins, Hebeler. Goetz, Woodward, Silber Row Row Row Row Row Row -jones, C. Ehrhardt, Codling, Gettle, Hessler, Farrell, Droste. Hede Herbold, Bridge, Causman, Cumbow. Deck, B. Klenk, Hughes, Miss Fredricks Kokemohr, Albrecht, j. Hauck, Dorsey, S. Hayes Chandler, Haering, Kattelman, Boehringer, Korn, M. Hayes Baldhoff, Fey, Greer, Jaeger, Horwarth Henke, Do. Hauer, Esselman, Hill, Kuhlmann, Di, Hauer Prvsinlmi ,..,.. . . .,..,................ Nancy Meyer Vin' Presidrnl ........ Mary Louise Quatkemeyer Sr'rv'vlnr-y ......, .............,.,.......,. G ail Silber Treuszzrvi' ..,.. .... R ence Black Advisers Miss Fredricks Mrs. Roach Y-Teens is an organization for girls, affili- ated with the Y. W. C. A. Any girl in school is eligible for membership. At M. H. H. S. the Y-Teens are very active. The year's events began with a beautifully im- pressive Recognition Service, honoring all new Alackie Arnold Lorain Baldhoff Patsy Benningiield Barbara Beyer Renee Black Phyllis Boehringer Gloria Bridge janet Butler .Ianet Codling Carolyn Conwell Carol Craig joy Cumbow Alice Darguc Ann Dargue Mary Deck Mary Kay Droste Charlen Ehrhardt Claire Fssclman Pat Fletcher Nancy Getrle Iimma Goetz Doris Haering .loyce Hauck Diane Hauer Donna Hauer Marybelle Hayes Shirley Hayes jackie Hebeler Sue Hcnke Yvonne Herbold Marianne Hessler janet Hill Gayle Horwarth Virginia Hunsche Adele jacger joan Jenkins Beverly jones Mary Ann Kattelman Evelyn Kist Barbara Klenk .loanne Klenk Ellen Kokemohr Leah Korn Carol Kuhlman jenny Leahy Marybelle Macldux Nancy Meyer Mary ,lay Miller Doraldyne Mulder -ludy Naber Wanda Nielsen Sue Nieman Ruth Petersen Lois Phillips Donna Plummer Cgeens members. A delicious banquet for new mem- bers followed this service. Throughout the year the very interesting programs centered about "Prejudice',, a timely subject. One especially interesting meeting brought Miss Etta Price, former head of the detective department of a Cincinnati store, to speak. The year will come to a close with the Mother-Daughter Tea and later, the annual picnic. But plans are already afoot to start again next September. Mary Louise QLl3lkCll1Cj'Cf Cynthia Reardon Betsy Ross Shirley Roy Sally Samson Martha Saunders Dolores Schmidt Glenna Schubert Carol Schwietering Anna Marie Seider Sylvia Shale Gail Silber Dolores Smith Marilyn Spindler Nancy Spindler Diane Stevens Carol Sunderhaus Ruth Sunderhaus Annette Trippel Gerric Van De Ryt Aludy Vogel jane Ward Shirley Wfeizenecker Carol W'olpert Barbara Wfoodward Mary Lou Wurster joann York Elaine Zimmerman Zem Zem Staff Erfifm' .,.......,...,. . Bnxinrss Maluzgrr Row l-Kist, Quatkemeyer, Van Fleet, Ward, Klenk, Meyer Row 2--Black, Henke, jenkins, Pearson, Goetz, Miss Frost Row 5-Hinson, G. Vfeber. E. VVeber, Wirth, Saunders, Davis Renee Black Leslie Davis Richard Fieler Emma Goetz Sue Hcnkc Ronald Hinson joan jenkins Evelyn Kist Barbara Klcnk Leslie Davis Earl Weber CfI'L'll1dfil7lI Mdl1dsQl'!' . George Weber AzI'z'vrlisi11g Manager ..... .... Serr'vIa1'y .........., ........ Aa'1'i.wr ..,.. Warren Wirth Jane Ward Miss Frost Nancy Meyer Juanita Pearson Mary Quatkemeyer john Saunders Eileen Van Fleet -lane W'ard Earl VVeber George W'cber For the past twenty-two years, Mt. Heal- thy's various school organizations and their members have annually been recorded in the Zem-Zern. This yearls Zem-Zem staFf faced the problems of the production of an annual equal to or better than those of other years. An important part of their policy was to include as large a number of pictures as possible. Financing the cost of the Zem-Zem was largely handled through paper drives and tax stamp collections. At the end of the year the staff held a dinner to celebrate the completion of a very interesting year. SPORTS Gfzeer 'faders Sunderhaus. Smith, Seiglv-, B. Klc-nk, Rit -66.... gieserve Cheer fjeaders Vogel, J. Klenk, R. Sunderhaus -.67... SBaseball 'YT Row l-Hebeler, Timm Row Z-Chambers, Smith. Nlesserschmitt, Lohr, Kisker Row 3-Karches, King, Schunk, Katenbrink Row 4-Beckman, Wade, Randall, Spellmeyer. Seim Row 5-Cormack, Mr. Heizman, Schwab Backman Messerschmitt Chambers Randall Hebeler Schunk Karches Seim Katenbrink Smith King Spellmeyer Kiskcr Timm Lohr Wade Coach . .... Mr. Freese Manager ...,. ...., S chwab This year's baseball team had one of the best seasons in history. It marked the first time that a Mt. Healthy team became District Champs in Class A Play. During the regular season, Mt. Healthy won 8 and lost 4. Led by the brilliant pitching of Tom Schunk, the "head-firstn sliding of Pat Chambers, and timely hitting in general, the Owls tied the first game of the tournament, and went on to win four more before being halted. 'Teamwork and a fighting spirit were behind the success of the team. They came from behind in almost every game. They staged their greatest comebacks in the tournament when twice they scored seven runs in one inning. Playersand coach were thrilled to play the last two games of the tournament at Crosley Field. Mt. Healthy Opponent 9 Harrison fforfeitj 0 0 Terrace Park 6 5 Country Day 4 14 Sycamore 1 6 North College Hill 4 1 Madeira 4 Tournament ll Anderson 6 4 Xavier 4 12 Loveland Cone-hitterj 0 15 Xavier 9 3 North College Hill 5 8 Hughes 7 7 Colerain 1 7 Withrow 6 2 Taylor 4 4 Dayton Fairview l ll Sharonville 5 4 Western Hills 6 5' 1 v O' gootball Row Row Row Row Row Roy Spellmeyer. Berold, Knox, Eschenhrenner. Seim. Weber. Kirby. Hite, Chambers Baynum, Netherland, Hudepohl, Smith, Dorsey, Wirth, Hogue, Muckenfuhs Hebeler, Gustin, Van Cuelpen, Bauer, Pflum, R, Hinson, Quinlan, Beiersdorfer L Hlnson Konkle Mr. Freese, Gloeckler, Bauer Beiersdorfer Berold Chambers Dorsey linger Eschenbrenner Findlcy Gloecklcr Gustin Hebeler L. Hinson R. Hinson Hire Hogue Hudepohl Kirby Knox Richley, Findley. Enger, Sand, Schupp, Lippmeier, Porter Vlr Heizmwn Konkle Listerman Lohr Muckenfuhs Netherland Pflum Porter Quinlan Riehley Roy Sand Seim Smith Sonnenberg Spellmeyer Van Guelpcn Weber W'irth The Owls, although taking no championships, provided plenty of thrills and exutement for the fans. They closed the season with a respectable S won, 5 lost record. Coached by "Ollie" Freese and "Les" Heizman, they showed dennite lmprovtment m generxl play. With many of the regulars expected to return next year, we may anticipate plenty of grid iron action. Mr. Healthy Opponent I4 Sycamore 0 I2 Anderson 20 20 Sharonvillc 7 28 Madeira 13 14 Loveland 6 27 Colerain 0 Taylor 35 Harrison 28 Terrace Park 46 Greenhills S0 .fasketball Row l----Spellmeyer. Netherland Row 2-AlVlr, Freese. Nlesserselimilt, lfieler, Smith, Randall, fhambers, Davis Captain Cflzlflf Mu lltlg 1' Pat Chambers Leslie Davis Dick Fieler Dick Spellmeyer . Tom Smith Mr. lireese Bob Cormack Glenn Randall Tom Messerschmitt Tom Smith In a very successful season, the basketball team, under the leadership of Coach lireese, won four teen games. Some of the highlights of the season were the wins over Withrow and Central Vocational ln the latter game two scoring marks were set: one by the team, which scored 81 points and the other by Glenn Randall, who made 35 points. The team played race-horse basketball which caught tht fancy of quite a few fans this year in this area. Xlt, Healthy Opponent Mt. Healthy Oppontm 46 Colerain Bb Sl fentral Voc. 52 39 loveland 42 ful Xlfoodwartl 45 69 Sharonville 45 S3 iireenhills I-I 59 N. C. ll. H7 ol llarrison GR 53 Colerain H 69 Taylor 57 63 Vfithrow 49 68 Glendale 47 49 Madeira 52 55 N. C. H. 47 SS Norwood 44 74 Sycamore 49 59 Terrace Park SS 45 XY'esIern llills 09 64 Anderson 55 59 Milford 74 TOURNAMIQNT Class Mt. llealthy ---' Fl Roger liaeon 3 Sl 70- gleserfve Qasketball Row I-King, Bauer, Hinson, Meyer, llyde Row 27Mr, lleizman, Schupp. Betzner, Cooley, Mills, Chamberlain, Timm, Oehler Coarli . Mr. Heisman Mmzager . ,. . Roy Huemmer Tom Bauer Clarence Betzner Donald Chamberlain Jack King Ronnie Meyer Bill Mills Dallas Cooley Bob Schupp Larry Hinson Slim Timm Jeff Hyde In reserve basketball, Coach Les Heisman fielded a tall - fast team. After dropping the first game of the season on a disputed shot, the reserves won four straight. Later on in the season they won four straight. Their record for the season was thirteen wins and eight losses. The team won several close games such as the one's from Sycamore, Milford, and Anderson. Mt. Healthy Opponent Mt. Healthy Opponent 25 Colerain 26 29 Central Voc. 30 Loveland 21 34 Woodward 32 Sliaronville 21 32 Greenhill: 29 N. C, ll. 23 32 Harrison 32 Colerain 29 36 Taylor I9 Withrow 32 45 Glendale 21 Madeira 43 36 Sycamore Z6 Norwood IS 9 Westerxl Hills 219 Terrace Park 32 48 N. C. H. 29 Anderson 28 .HI Milford TOURNAMENT Mt. Healthy - 24 Colerain f- 33 Qirls' 93asleetball Row I-Bohn, Quatkemeyer, Meyer. M. Erhardt, Klenk Row 2-Hennen, Hunsche, Fessler, Henke. Sunderhaus Forwards Guards Jeanine Bohn Marlene Erhardt Joyce Fessler Shirley Hayes jean Hennen Barbara Klenk Rita La Follette Coach Shirley Fey Sue Henke Virginia Hunsche Anita Listermann Nancy Meyer Mary Louise Quatkemeyer Carol Sunderhaus , Miss Cordes 1 The girls tied with Colerain to open the Second basketball season for Mt. Healthy. Games were played with Greenhills, Wyoming, and North College Hill. These resulted in three wins, two losses and one tie for Mt. Healthy. 172.-. Basketball Queen E ' fit JEAN i ' Cl 'exQ I ,.,: MN ' fig 5993 Dwciuf .,.,' f i lnlnu ' fiesta ....- 3 I V. -'-. E E, - . . in ,I '- .,,,,. , DGNNA ' ' , ii i- I Q E HKLQSE ' . V 1 K , q,g5'fKENEfgR . V v ' ,,,. . Q . ' V . W' 'L ' - f ff - .,'. .-,,, ' 3?'LY'fl mimi E Site N FLEET ff 'ffl-E me eg Qin vc Rams QUQMGR , . V , 3335 Y SLC i' .- V ,,,, .. RU "" f f.: ,:,,., W . V pea., . was - if This year marks the ninth annual election of L1 Basketball Queen at Mt. Healthy High. For a hectic week there had been busy campaigning by the clubs for their choice. At the North College Hill game the candi- dates made their entrance to the music of the band playing "A Pretty Girl." Then the big event-the crowning. In came the Queen, Eileen Van Fleet, on the arm of the Basketball Captain, Tom Smith. He escorted her to the center of the floor and presented her with the traditional kiss and bouquet of roses. Thus a new queen ascended the throne to reign triumphantly over her realms of Red and Black. Basketball Queen Candidates and Sponsors Jean Boles ,.,,, Ann Darque . ,, Donna Frey ..,.., jackie Hebeler Sue Henke ...... Eleanor Kimble ., Nancy Meyer .....,,.,. Wanda Nielson Sylvia Seigle .......,, Carol Sunderhaus Eileen Van Fleet jane Ward ,. ,,.,. ., , .,,., ,......, B and . Spotlight Club Glee Club .. Latin Club L. G. D. Camera Club Y-Teens Home EC. Club , Lit-Lite Club , ....,.. G. A. A. .. H1-Y . Zem Zem Staff Qoys' cgrack w -ana, ow --awc e , ie er, nson 'c RolRdllR1lyFl H1 R 2 B r 1 k Cooley, Mr. Freese, Konkle, Rl hley, Bollinger Coacb .,.....A Dallas Cooley Richard Fieler Larry Hinson Ron. Barwick Bob Beiersdorfer Bert Bollinger Jack King Mr. TEAM Dick Spellmeyer RESERVE TEAM Freese Julius Pflum Glenn Randall Howard Riley Bob Konkle Tom Richley Ron. Lutterbie George Albright The track team, although small in number, did very well in the meets entered. In the Hamilton County Meet it took First Place in the Junior Division and Fourth Place in the Senior Division. The team as a whole took Third Place in this meet. Larry Hinson and Glenn Randall set new records in the pole vault. Also Hinson was High-Point Man of the Junior Division. The team was out-pointed in the Miami and District meets. In the final meet of the year Glenn Randall set a record for the pole vault in the Bellevue Relays. The team finished in seventh place in this meet. ...74-. BOYS' TRACK RECORD HAMILTON COUNTY MEET MIAMI MEET Senior Randall sth in 100 yd. dash lst in pole vault Znd in high jump 2nd High Point Man with lllffi fXVinner -- IILQJ Riley 3rd in high jump 2nd in 440 yd. dash Fieler 3nd in 880 fhalf-milej 4th in 440 yd. dash Spellmeyer 3rd in shot put Junior Cooley 3rd in 100 yd. dash 3rd in 220 yd. dash 5rd in broad jump Hinson lst in pole vault Tie lst in broad jump 3rd in high jump High Point Medal Winner with 141.6 King 3rd in shot put Konkle 2nd in 120 yd. low hurdles Bollinger sth in 120 yd. low hurdles 880 yd. Relay lst CBa1-wick, Konkle, Hinson, Cooleyj Lutterbie 3rd in 880 yd. run Randall 6th in pole vault DISTRICT MEET, CLASS A Randall 3rd in high jump 4th in pole vault BELLEVIEW INVITATIONAL RELAYS 440 yd. Relay sth fCooley, Albright, Riley, Randallj 400 Shuttle Hurdle sth fGoodman, K. Fieler, Randallj Sprint Medley sth QCooley, Albright, Riley, D. Fielerj 110 110 220 440 Junior Varsity 880 yd. Relay Sth QBollinger, Albright, Goodman, Barwickj Mile Relay sth fCooley, Lutterbie, Riley, Randallj Spellmeyer sth in shot put Randall 1st in pole vault tie 4th in high jump Riley tie 4th in high jump ...75... girls' Track R lfM. Erhardt, Ritchie, Droste, Hennen, Bohn, Peters. Meyer K Ro 2-C. Sunderhaus, R. Sunderhaus, Henke, Boles. Hogue, Hunsche, Korn, Kuhlm GIRLS' TRACK TEAM . RECORDS OF THE HAMILTON COUNTY MEET Connie Brandenburg Mary Kay Droste Marlene Erhardt Jean Hennen Virginia Hunsche Barbara Klenk Nancy Meyer Mary Louise Quatkemeyer Jane Ritchie Carol Sunderhaus Ruth Sunderhaus Coacb ...,,., 50 yd. dash 880 yd. relay 75 yd. dash 8 8 0 yd. relay Discus 880 yd. relay Soft Ball Throw Shot Put Running High Jump 75 yd. dash . dash . relay 100 yd sso yd 100 yd. dash 880 yd. relay 60 yd. hurdles 880 yd. relay 60 yd. hurdles 880 yd. relay 50 yd. dash 880 yd. relay ,, Miss Cordes is ann. Klenk lst place lst place 2nd place lst place Sch lst 2nd 3rd 3rd lst lst lst place place place place place place place place 2nd place lst place 3rd place lst lst lst Sth lst place place place place place t. Wealthy Q' CG. JZZ. Mt. Healthy Parent-Teacher Association Ofilcers Presnlenl ,. ,.,.,. . Isf Vive-Presia'enl ..,.. ,... 211.1 Viee-President Seerelary ...,,.......... ....,,. . . Treasurer ...., 1950-1951 Mrs. Lee Weber , Mrs. James Wallace . Mr. W. A. Schmidt Mrs. Jess Hauer Mrs. Elmer Bowersox MY CREED To liee as gently as I eang To he, no mailer where, a nznng To fake whaf comes of goozl or ill Anrl eling fo faifh and honor slillg To alo my hesf, and lei ihal sfanal The reeonl of my brain and handy And ihen, shonlfl failure rome fo me, Still work and hope for eiefory. To have no seerel plaee wherein I sfoop unseen lo shame or sing To he the same when I'm alone As when my every deezf is lcnowng To live undaunfed, unafraid Of any slep that I have madeg To he wiihoul prelense or sham Exaelly what men think I am. To leave some simple mark behind To keep my having liven' in mimlg If enmify lo aught I show, To he an honesf, generous foe, To play my litile parl, nor whine Tha! greafer honors are nof mine. This, I believe, is all I need For my philosophy and ereea'. fFrom "A Heap O' Livin' " by Edgar A. Guestj -77.- 93and Sfioosters Qfjqkers President ,.,.....A.., ,..... ...,.......... M r . and Mrs. Howard Riley Vice-Presia'e'nt .. ...... Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Welland Secretary ..,..... ..... Mr . and Mrs. Melvin Bridge Treasurer ,.,..... ....... M r. and Mrs. Al. Hinson Music Servant and master am Ig Servant of those dead, and master of those living. Through me spirits immortal speak the message that makes the world weep, and laugh, and wonder and worship. I tell the story of Love, the story of hate, the story that saves and the story that damns. I am the incense upon which prayers float to Heaven. I am the smoke which palls over the Held of battle where men lie dying with me on their lips. I am close to the marriage altar, and when the graves open, I stand near by. I call the wanderer home, I rescue from the depths, I open the lips of lovers, and through me thc dead whisper to the living. One I serve as I serve all, and the king I make my slave as easily as I subject his slave. I speak through the birds of the air, the insects of the field, the crash of waters on rock-ribbed shores, the sighing of the wind in the trees, and I am even heard by the soul that knows me in the clatter of the wheels on city streets. I know no brother, yet all men are my brothersg I am father of the best that is in them, and they are fathers of the best that is in me: I am of them, and they are of me. For I am the instrument of God - I AM MUSIC 1781 IN AP PRECIATION The Zem Zem Staff here expresses its sincere appreciation for the assistance of Mr. Slade and Richard Behrendt in the preparation of copy for this book. PRINC Declam had wo :--.-.- Cbrixfmux Prom King and Queen The magic night had finally arrived-Dec. 16, date of the Y-Teens' Christmas Prom which would bring the crowning of a king and queen. Everyone arrived eager to witness the crowning. Each senior Hi-Y member was eli- gible for the title of king and each senior Y- Teen was eligible to become queen. All the candidates lined up, were introduced, and then returned to their places. Following this a large box labeled "The Thingn was wheeled out on the gym floor. The box was opened and out stepped the queen, Nancy Meyer, president of Earl Weber, who is Hi-Y president. The king escorted his queen to a Y-Teens. was king. decorated sleigh, presented her with a bouquet of roses, and gave her the traditional kiss. Following this, candidates and friends congrat- ulated the king and queen, and a new reign had been launched. E OF PEACE CONTEST Sylvia Seigle brought honor to M.l'i.I-LS. by placing third in the annual Ohio Prince of Peace ation Contest at Columbus, where she was competing with the seven other district winners. She n the District competition at Chillicotheg the County, at Locklandg and the Local, at Mt. Healthy. CALENDAR AUGUST 21--Football practice starts. Up .md at 'em, boys! SEPTEMBER 5-School opens officially. I2-Dress it up and watch the birdie! 14-Pow'XVow-W'here do all the hats come from, Mr. Hill? li-Football opener. Victory over Sycamore. 22 23 Defeated by Anderson. -Good for us! W'e won, Sharonville. Calendar OCTOBER S-Health comes first. X-Rays for frosh and seniors. 5-Teachers must have their fun too. lfaculty Picnic at Mt. Airy. 6-Program on "judo." Wfowl 6--Another football victory. Over Madeira. I3-Loveland game. We won. I4-L.G.D. Hayride. jr. Class skating party. H'm! I8-Hurrah! No school, thanks to B.I.E. I9-Zoological program. Evening, Y-Teen Recognition Service. A serious moment for the gals. Banquet also. 20-Beat Colerain on our field. 21-G.A.A. Dance, complete with floor show. 24-Magician. XVill wonders never cease? 26-Well, what could you expect from Taylor? We held them down to 37, didn't we? 27-Gee! Another day off. Southwestern Teachers' Association. 28-Social night for L.G.D. They see "Kiss Me Kate." 28-More fun! Hi-Y Hayride. NOVEMBER 3-Harrison football game. NlVe can't win every time. 4-No wonder we froze. Spotlight Boatricle. 5--Prince of Peace Contest. Three cheers for S. Seigle!!E 6-Program of vocal and piano music. I0-Terrace Park game. No comment. End of first quarter. ll-Wliy does Armistice Day fall on Saturday? Foiled again. I4-"The Pause rhat Refreshes"--Long enough to see movie on Coca-Cola swimming team and have .1 free coke. 15-Where are all the fellas? W'ell, the rabbits are probably safe any way. 16-Hello Teacher. M.H.H.S. vs Lockland. I7-Grcenhills game. L.G.D. Slumber party. More party than slumber. 21-Hi-Y Initiation. Wliat gams! 22-Y-Teen-l..G.D. movie-"Desert Raiders." 23-24-Thanksgiving Recess. Thankful our stomachs are stretchablc. 27-28-"Light snow flurriesf' Three cheers for the weatherman. 29-Basketball season opens with Colerain. Victory for Regu- lars. Better luck next time, Reserves. DECEMBER 4-G.A.A.-Home lic. movie, "Easy to Look At." 8-Interesting talk on India. How would you like to be an Indian princess, Sylvia? ll-Dick Whittingtoii and His Cat . . . Marionette Show. I5-Colerain game. Won Both! 16-Y-Teen Christmas Prom. A night to be remembered. 17-Ugh! Clean up, did you say? 18-Movie. "Auld Lang Sync" Christmas music by Glee Club broadcast in town. Z2-Christmas Program by Band and Glee Club. Serious, for a change. Merry Christmas! See you next year! af -3 0.. O ' r . I A 'S s Calendar JANUARY 2-Back to the old grind. 5--Terrace Park. Another victory. 9-Movie. "Shep Comes Home." We forget who brought him. l2-Anderson game. 15-Then Central Vocational. L.G.D. Juke Box Dance. I6-Now Wfoodward. 17-The editor gets lost on the way to the photo studio. 23-Juanita Pearson's Solo Piano Recital at the College of Music. over. 51-Posters, posters, and more posters. Why natch! Campaign week. Who will be Basketball Queen? FEBRUARY l-2-Snowbound! Now isn't that a shame! chum! Skits to present Queen candidates. W'asn't Dagmar - ' sweet? G-Glendale game. Cvet out the Band-aids, Robert ! ! Vote for Queen of Basketball. 9-Sycamore game. Coronation of Eileen Van Fleet. 10-Western Hills game. 12-Movie "Black Doll." Remember it from the last time? juniors vote on rings. It won't be long now. I.incoln's Birthday. School as usual. 15-Seniors select announcements. Big decision, No. l. Seniors choose eaps and gowns. Big decision, No. ll. exercise their brains. 22-George ! ! ! All the way! No school. 23-Acrobatic program, featuring "Muscles Spellmeyerf' 24-Play practice starts. MARCH Z-Basketball Tournament. The end of a good season. 12-Seniors pay deposit for Wasliington trip, a minor detail. 12-15-A chance to learn what's what. ,liz-Sr. Lectures on VOCntl0llS. I5-Movie. I5-Cvet busy and clean out those desks! Open House tonight! Also ll.B.I. Day. Teachers entertain guests at lunch. 15-Vocational Guidance for jr. and Sr. Chance No. 2. l7-"The Leprechaun's Leap"-Last big affair for those money- making jrs. 19-It won't be long now! Seniors are measured for caps and gowns. 20-Big debate of the year. Mt. Healthy students honored by W S A I 's Junior Town Meeting. 21-Bon voyage! Seniors leave for Washixlgtoim. 23-26-Easter at last. Final holiday before the long drive. ...g 1- 24-ZS-26-IIXAMS. just think what a relief when they are 5-ljnd of first semester. Report Cards! Don't be so glum, 21-Senior Achievement Tests. Time for the big shots to Calendar APRIL 3-Terrace Park baseball game. OH to a slow start. 5-6-Spotlight Club presents "A Broom for the Bride." Terrihc. 6-Sycamore game. That's more like it. 13-Our Band's Spring Concert. Blow, fellas, blow ! ! I9-Home lic. Style Show. Cute models, to say the least. 20-Remember, ties and white blouses. Vfe have pictures taken for Zem Zem. 21-Three cheers for Juanita. No. I rating in Ohio State Music Competition. Hi-Y Hayride. Big event for new members. 26-Y-Teen and Hi-Y program. Miss E. Price, Shillito detective speaks. 28-lVI'm, good ! ! Band Boosters' Dinner. MAY 4--M.H.H.S. honored by band concert by students of Edison High, Gary, Ind. S-This is for the brains. Scholarship Tests at Miami. 6-Mt. Healthy vs Greenhills on Hello Teacher program. 8-9-County Track Meet. Time for our track stars to shine. 10-Honor for Mothers at Y-Teen Mother-Daughter Tea. 10-ll-"Blow Me Dewnf, Glee Club operetla. Music to the ears. 19-Whatta day! Progressive Supper, Initiation, and Slumber Qlessj Party for I..G.D. Z5-"Slum Clearance"-a program for seniors. 24-Y-Teen picnic. Now we know that spring is here. Latin Club picnic at Bill Mill's home. 26-tlr.-Sr. Prom. lincl of a successful year for the juniors, with livelyn Kist as the queen. Z9-G.A.A. picnic. 30-Memorial Day. Last day for the band to strut its stuff. .lUNli l'4-5-Senior ljxams. If they don't know it now, they never will. 3-An impressive Baccalaureate Serviee. 6-List fling! Senior Picnic. 8-Here it is. Graduation Day! Congratulations, Seniors! Sfll-12-Ugh! Final Exams. Thank goodness, they're the last. 15-Now it comes to light. Congratulations to Dick Behrendt! The only high school student participating in a class in poetry at U.C. Goodbye now! See you next year! 432- t-t-g.t,.t-t-t- -1-g.t-Q-t-Q-Q. -t-Q.. -t-1-k-K-K-k-ti-k- -K-i-K-K- -K-K-K K 1 K The Zem Zem appreciates the continued assistance of the several organizations of the school which have again contributed to the financial support of the year-book. They are as follow: BAND CAMERA CLUB CLIENTES LATINAE EL CLUB ESPANOL GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION GLEE CLUB HI-Y HOME ECONOMICS LIT LITE LITERARY GOLD DIGGERS SPOTLIGHT CLUB Y TEENS -3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-5-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-yr' -3-3-3-3-y-3-q-3-3- -3-y- -3-3-3 - -3- - - PROPHECY The year is I96S. The time for the long-awaited reunion of the class of 'Sl of Mt. Healthy High is at hand. BOB IQMMONS, literary critic of W'oman's Home Companion has dispatched invitations to all members of the class to assemble in thc famous Iingelbilt Hotel, Cincinnati. It seems the most suitable gathering place since BILL FNGEL is proprietor. We have come early to watch others arrive and are enjoying the strictly modern aspect of the lobby with its furniture designed by NANCY SPINDLER. WT also have fun watching NANCY STIiGMUI.I.IlR, that well- known interior decorator, put finishing touches here .ind there about the room. ln contrast with the modernistic furnishings the general decor is accentuated by strange an- tiques from the Stone Age, unearthed by ANNIE MARIE SIQIDICR. In several niches about the wall arc wax figures from the SYLVIA SIEIGLE Museum. Meanwhile ROBERT CORMACK, President of Cincinnati Union Stock-Yards, is seen across the street entering the DARGUE and FREY Reducing Salon. NYC notice that Bob bows deeply to at distinguished gentleman emerging from the salon. Distin- guished gentleman! My eye! That's VVARREN WIRTH, known as the Great Humanitarian. 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That must be TOM SMITH, writer of Tales of the Wtmnmley West, with RICHARD MESSICK, author of a treatise on fine arts. just approaching are SALLY SAMSON, stockholder Ill a ITIIl'Il Pagcsj g.q..g.g. - -9.4-r.q.g.g.g.g.g.q.g.g...Q..g..g.g.g.g.g.g-1.1. CFS COMPLIMEN TS OF THE CINCINNATI ATHLETIC GOODS CO. 1 CQH5 3-rzxzvmxi-:z Success Story - American Style Just seventy-live years ago the first spoken message was carried over a few feet of wire, connecting two crude telephones. In the United States today, 173 million conversations daily speed over 152 million miles of wire connecting 43 million telephones. First regarded as a mere toy, the telephone in the U. S. today is an 11 billion dollar business, owned by almost a million stockholders and provides jobs for three-quarters of a million persons. 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The m.xn.tgenient pr tmttt ifes zxlpitl repairs, for they have summoned service fr tmiii the Hl5l5l7l.lfR-l.lSTliRMANN shop. As the guests settle again, we see .IOAN GIICRACH, proprietor of jo'-t Tonsorial Parlor and MARCELLA MERKEL, her head munieurist. Close behind is JOAN LAVVLER, riding her trieyele with a basket labelled Westerii Union. My! Nwhat LMw'u lfollnu tj 1 - - -g.. Q.. .g.. - - ..g.g..g.g. .Q. -g. -g. .g. .g. .1 - - - .. ...g..g. - - - -g- gli? COMPLI MEN TS OF THE J. W. FORD CQMPANY ADVERTISING TYPOGRAPHERS I I lf' L L L L L L 1 1 L L I I I I ' I' 4 ' Qu, 7 vi 1 A L L I I A L A L L 4 L I ' 111 A -9 0- GULF SERVICE f ,L 3 1 .I ' .I 1 4 1 I 1 .I .I 4 I 1 .I .I 4 I Tires - Batteries -I Quick Charging ' -I 'I E .I .I 1 .I .I 1 .I 1 .I 1 g vm 1 I 1 1 I :af Hamilton and Stevens Ave. Mt. Healthy Mt. Healthy, O. JAckson 8936 IE. Stoeltingj - .Q. -Q. --Q.g.g-Q-L-L-g.g.1-Q-Q-1 Q-1-g...g-.g.g.g..g-Q-.g.g 1 1 E. 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The Amazon, we presume. And, JIM SEIM, engineer on the sub-oceanic railroad between New York and London. Train delayed by an octopus on the track. Now news from IQILEEN VAN FLEET. She is establishing a social service for pygmies in the Congo. DICK SPELLMEYERS message states that he is so busy making a formula for Cadohol that he cannot attend. ROY CRUM wires that his ax has become embedded in il tree in his lumber camp in the Petrified Forest and he must retrieve it. MARY ANN KATTELMAN sends greet- ings, but cannot be present because her third grade pupils CLOok Ahcuifj SAVE A LITTLE MORE AT THE HILLTOP SAVINGS 86 LOAN CO. 7 5 0 5 Hamilton Avenue Mt. Healthy Ohio 3 - --3--i-3-3-yaiiaaiia-. 3- HISSETT BROS. BROS DAIRY 343-0 ICE LIGHT HAULING IAckson 949 1 -i,-I: CE - - , HOLI MANN HIGH GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS VAlley 2 3 2 2 Wvomm g, Ohlo 0 I' f' I' l 1 I ., " I ' 1 . I. 1 I ., f I I . f' I I ., I I . 0 f I I ., f' I I . 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LOIS PHILLIPS, composer, sings her most famous ballad, Hillbilly! TED SMITH plays a native IUIIC on his Iiast Indian flute. Quite delicate. CAROLYN CONWELL challenges any member of the audience to a wrestling-match. 1.IiSLIIf DAVIS, Iisq., im- porter of fine laces, accepts the challenge. Match to be staged next spring. CAROL SUNDERHAUS, T V soap opera star, plays in skit "Me and the Eggn. CARL GOI-LTZ, I' I' L Z I S' T T I I m f IL I H B' L '4 ii S I T T T T 1' O f- B' I I-. T O T I' I I' I 1- A -, I AE: ,. I., V2.5 " F' ar-cg L isa L TCSS' I-ZQA ' I-35 3 2 i if-E' 1 E 4? ii E QQ-' Il' I If ?,.? Q we i 'U' gm., .,, f F :za i QA' , PLE. 7 'Q 1 mga' '-IEE 2.32 H557 5,-5:5 ' :.5-:' - DCC UGC-'+I , 3- i--a-yaaii-yai-3-3.. -- 3 ul .I .I I .I .I .I if .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I I T 'I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I I, ' -m-x-x-x-x- .I .I .I I I 'I 1 Boys and Girls: I J .I .I J .I .I .I I .I .I .I .I I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I ,I -g-g.g.g-g- -g- - -1.5.1. -9.1.9. Q-g.Q.. 9.1-Q-Q-Q-Q-Q .Q HOLZHAUSER'S To keep your community healthy, encourage Mother and Dad to buy from independent rnerclaants. Come to us for: SHOES, CLOTHING, DRY Goons, AND ATHLETIC Goons join Our Savings Club Smart Styles - Lowest Prices fAsk for Green Stampsj MT. HEALTHY NORTH COLLEGE HILL .:n:u:'z . 11iK11K1K1l1K1 KKK-iii-IKIIKHKSK -.-AP K3K15K?l1K1i1Kil1l?ikifil KH f I T f I -I T .I .I I' 4 I i 1 A 27a i Q cya 1 I I .I T .I .I I' .I 4 ' 4 -1 1 -1 rr :E ,S 1 :E CONGRATULATIONS I 4. I CLASS OF 45144 1 " 1 4 I 4 1 53 54 North Bend Road , 3 4 : 4 KNQLLMAN ul ' ., ' I I I ' .I 'I Phone MOntana 983 6 I. : CG' I f I .I T I .I i' I I 1 1 .I , aD -97... ,,,- HSCCG -- jOSTEN'S FINE CLASS RINGS -- ANNOUNCEMENTS - YEARBOOKS Official jewelers to Mt. Healthy High School George Miltenberger, Rep. Box 7 , Mt. Washington 30, Ohio iQ ' x - -x-x- -x -x-3-x-5-1-m-x-1--m-x-1-x-x-3-x-5 W ,,,, ,,,w , , ,,,, A IKHK KSK-KSK-K-K-ll-lui-K GK- -XDR-IK-lil? I CO-ED E L FAVORITES E V ' e:::1: ...,. T ' A pp p p l 1 HEATING Co. l llhr :::.:: E it ZTTL: .:-T2 . f .L l Ep Alfl Zlzzblbu I I l-.. b, ,E Warm Air Furnaces , '2"1:lr:: 211" 'A-e"-: 2 fifffT'ff irlib 2.:b if ,,:':l 5 t" l coal, Gas and Oil ' '-:e4. -:el.r.W,......r --SI :e- 4l--r-e --r- i , 5 FORCED AIR HEATING ' I ' Automatic Thermostat Control , " - , LJ U D W U C5 W S5 5: , Sheet Metal Work V Mt. Healthy l' I College Hill ji , 1138 Central Ave. Northside i U Phorze 4-8055 1 1 Hamilton, Ohio ' You can always find your 5 , ' schoolis popular shoe at g 7410 Forest Ave. X Ludwig's. Reasonably i , Phone JA. 8797 priced, too. l- Y Mt. Healthy, Ohio -1--5-5 x-m-x-m-x's-x-m-x- x-m-m- --5 I I uh COMPLI MEN TS OF WALTER W. KORN LAKE GLORIA 1 FISHING BOATS One Mile Shoreline Southern Ohio's Largest Commercial Lake I' Refreshments MAYOR Route 127, Cincinnati-Hamilton Pike, 2.4 mi. north of Compton Mt. Healthy Ohio Rdg turn left on Struble Rd. and , right on Pippin Rd. , - - - - - , - A 1 - i- - - - - K K l l-Q I 1 ' LADIES sc MEN'S 5 l 1 SUITS Sc ToPcoATS ' j 4 Made to your individual measure 4 -l T ' I 1 " We also Sell A Line of 1 -E Crown Work Clothes 4 3 JOHN if ' 5 BA BF R T LAUERMAN I R , Wearable Clothing Store i LE 7518 Hamilton Avenue A L " 1' 1592 E. Compton Rd. g- 'E l- Mt. Healthy, o. g I BURR SPECIALTY f 5 1 Q IAckson 6201 i i i Res. Phone IA 2662 5 I g i 1 L --x-m-x-x-1-m m -x- -m-x- -x-x-x 1- -m-x I ' ' lunK1K111l1Q1K1L1Q1l 11111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1Q1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1Q1 1 1 1 1 ..l CONGRATULATIONS LOU'S PARKVIEW ' MARKET 7 6 0 7 Hamilton Avenue i LUNCH - CRAFT g DRIVEJN RESTAURANT 1 2872 Galbraith Road Royal Heights M . H l h t ea t Y I Chicken E5 Steak Dinners Groceries -- Meats - Produce 519011 01-dm cTed Schaefer, A Cufb Service For Quality Plus Service Call JAckson 9 2 7 5 WE OPERATE OUR OWN CLEANING PLANT MAL ONE DRY CLEANERS Hamllton 86 Compton Mt Healthy J 1 . , O. 3-3-l-3- -3"3-3- -3' -3-3-3-3 "3-l-3-3- -I-3"3 3-3-3-I-3-1-3-3-3-5-3-3-3-3"5-3-3-3-3-1-3-1 -100- MODERNE M H y COMPLI MEN TS MONEORT HEIGHTS P. T. A. COMPLIMENTS OF MONFORT HEIGHTS TEXA CO SERVICE ST ATIOIN W tF kRd 9609 COMPLI MEN TS OF IVIT HEALTHY COAI 85 COKE AND SUPERIOR CONCRETE BLOCK CO B UILDERS' S UPPLI ES fDavid Sunderhausj Mt. Healthy, Ohio H f .I I I I .I .I I Complzments of 1 ' 1 I , j .! A J T A .L i I BEAUTY S AI-ON I I I I Corner North Bend E5 ' 1 es or t. ealth . MOntana ' .L 3-3-x-x-x-3-x-1-5-5-s-x-3-m-x-x-w -x-m - x-x- -1-x-x-x-5-x-3-5-x--x-P - -1-3 - I V A I . i ' I V .I 1 - I OF I , . I , I I T ' 1' I A T -I I V . , ' V I .! J 3- 3 -yu-y-3-3-I K-K-l-i-i-l-K-K-l-K-K-K-K-K-K-K-K-K-K-K K-Kl-K-i-K-K-l-l-l- COMPLI MEN TS OF T. HE LTHY ' AUTO BODY SHOP P Floyd O. Bigley, Prop. 1 1505 Madison Ave. Mt. Healthy, Ohio Richard O. Bigley Everett QRedj Smith K K-l-K1l-l-K-K-i-K-K-K-K-lr-K-K-in - 1 g.g.g. f MT HEALTHY GARAGE 7420 Hamilton Ave Phone IA 8971 3 3 trgipeze artist, thrills spectators with leaps fri rx11 one chande- lier to another. GEORGE VVEBER reids tmrit- of his melan- Lholy lyrics, "The Love Bug Bit Me". -IEAN HOLES, eomposer of Off-Key Symphony No. 15, accompanies SHIRLEY FEY, Wagnerian soprano, in the Brooklyn Wgxltv. Announcement is made of ii ei mx11 ing lecture series. 'NIORBERT MENKE, successor to Luk: Sewell - uwlliy My Team Ubi' Ruilxj Won the I964 Series" MARY LOU WURSTER - "Why Butterflies Ely". AIUDY NABOR - XVhy Kissing Should he Abolishedu, BFNNY BAYNUM, uecessor to Red Blnik nt West Point - "Football, Boon to Tired Muscles", NANCY MEYER - "Novelties in the Art of Cartoon", TOMMY MESSERSCHMITT, editor of En- Lyelopedia Mt. Healthica, "Everything Worthwhile". We learn that MARILY BLACK, .iuetioneer at Sey- 1Uxi' The YVIHHIIIIP I 0 ' ' . V ' . , P ' ' , A 0 . l I ' ' - . ' .. 4 .1 I ' ' l . ' j SUNOCO PRODUCTS 1 ' ' ' j m-x-x-m-x-3-x-x-m-x-x-m-m-x-x-x-x-x- - -x-L -102-- lsKnlz QQQQQQQQ-QQQQKQ -Ilun-Qu-QnKnln-KQQQQQ I Im A MT HFAI THY MOTORS' INC COMPLI MEN TS I ' OF THE 4 I . Sales - FORD - Service General Repairxng MT HEALTHY GIFT SHOP Body and Fender Wor 7504 Hamllton Ave Telephone IAckson 8465 Mt Healthy Ohlo k F ul 1 ul 0 .J J i I I' T .I I I I V I I 0 0 ' I L I I, . I .E I V I I . I I - I I I I IH' I : , , , , I' I I I Q , I L -y-y-j- - -yn -y-3 j-y-3-3-3-3-3-. -3-3 -3-3-3 yq- -j-3-3 -3- -3-3- -3-3- uq- -3 K i-l-i-l-Q-1-Q-1-Q-g-g-g-Q-1.g-g.g.g.g.g.g..g...g.Q-g-g- -g..g.g Q-Q-L-Q.. -Q-Q.g-Q-Q.. -g.Q- -1-Q COMPLI MEN TS OF MT. HEALTHY HARDWARE COMPANY PAINTS FLOOR SANDERS PLUMBING SUPPLIES FOR RENT Phone IAckson 9373 7 5 00 Hamilton Ave. I -103- THE MT. HEALTHY SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY 7503 HAMILTON AVE. I Organized February 8, 1 8 87 j CAPITAL STOCK ,..........S.4.S.S,S,, S,4, . .S10,000,000.00 ASSETS, foverl . ..,.. S.,SIS,4,.,.., ,, S 4,000,000.00 OFFICERS Peter Blum ..4.S...,.. , . , . .,., .. S,.,S...., President Lew J. Steinbrecker Edw. H. Hessler ..,, Robert F. Ahrens Harry Ahrens . Robert F. Ahrens Ist Vice President 2nd Vice President .....Secretary Treasurer ...,.. ,...,..,. Attorney DIRECTORS Peter Blum, Lew J. Steinbrecker, Edw. H. Hessler, Virgil B. Keeling, Edw. G. Ruoif, Ray Theders, Earl W. Muskopf 3-I-3'1-3'3-3-3 ' Y- 3-3- 3-3-5-3-I-3-X-3-5'3-3 -3"l-3-3'3 Compliments of CARL MULTNER GROCERI ES MEATS VEGETABLES Phone JAckson 701 8 I . - .! .! .E I ... I H! .! .! .E L .E .! .! 1 I I 1 f 1 - - A A - I - i l - - -m-m- - -x- -x ---- m -x- - -1-x -104- R. 85 H. FOOD MARKET FRESH MEA TS E57 VEGETABLES 5 20 1 North Bend Road Phone MOntana 69 5 1 We lu-,J-x Q-fy 11-A1 zhnnlu-QunQql,-QunQqQ-n QQQQ-ln , nlg QQQQQQ-LQQ-KqlgQ1lglgQ THIS ANNUAL WERE MADE BY THE MURSET STUDIO F6 THE CLASS PHOTOS FOR 1- -3- -3-3-3-3 -3-3 -3 3 SCL.,A . NEIDHARD FUNERAL HOMES Mt. Healthy . . . . S. . IAcksou 7800 Westwood . , . . I , . MOntana 3022 Taylors Creek . . I . ., ,.,S .,S, M Ontana 3 515 INVALID COACH SERVICE 3 -x-- x-m-x-5-m-P m-x-m- -x-m---1 -x- - - -I --m ' ' ' ' --105-- K HKS mi Q1 , Q1Q1l-Q1l1Q1l1Q1Q111Q1l,-1111 GEO. M. ROLFES PRESCRIPTION OPTICIAN Prescription Optzcian or 43 Years OPTICAL SERVICE CO 304 Ingalls Bldg , Cincinnati 6 East Fourth Street PArkway 1 084 Mt Healthy Service IAckson 29 1 3 -I I' I I f I I I I I . I- I I I I . , o. I T I I I I . ' : 1 I I f T T --313---y-y -1111-1-11-313 . -- - ---- - - , , , . , . STANLEY SCHAEFERQS Heinz Nuway Feeds Tuxedo Feeds Master Mix Feeds 1 7 8 2 Springdale Road Mt Healthy, O JAckson 6 2 9 7 I r 1 . I I ' - I I 1 l V i , L I I r . I I i , s n I I I 1 I ll I 1 ' A - , - I , I I I A A I ' 1311 j1111j11-Q1 111111111 -10 - 6 ROY RUDOLPH FLOWERS Complete Floral Service Flowers Delivered By Wire Anywhere 7100 Hamilton Avenue Cincinnati, O. Phone IA. 7278 SCHOTT MONUMENT CO. Over 40 Years in Business OUR REPUTATION AND LONG EXPERIENCE IS YOUR GUARANTEE Visit our show rooms - let our experienced designers aid you in selection of an exclusive design Open Saturday and Sunday 405 S Spring Grove Ave. at Blue Rock KI. 0515-After s P.M. Mo. 2451 i P niour's llJ.'l!'IlS, ts mistress of ceremonies assisting DON 1 STARK, M. Cf. on 1 novel T V show with sound eHects, Ulilt'-fly if zzumuui Xl'I't'tlIlll by BOB NFTHERLAND. KM Y Guests are still arriving. Late comers are SHIRLEY HAYES, dietitian nt Mt. Healthy High School Cafeteria, ' 1llM ROY, operator of tx skunk farm on Park Avenue, TOMMY SCHUNK, builder of the better mouse trap, for which the world is beating a path to his door. TOM KIRBY I luis established at hospital for injured football players. DAVE XVADIZ owns controlling stock in A.A.A. MURIEL Mc- VRACKEN is 11 renowned flagpole sitter. STAN VUAECH- l ' 'lilili is buyer for Prudence l'enny's Pantry. EARI, XVFBIQR is head .trtist for lfsquire Mqgtwine. ' P Pliew! Vfell, if it isn't AIANH WARIU introducing J , di tYou'll Ifiml fillf I.1lfl'7'J P l "Y "CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ,519 May you all forge to the front no matter how stony the path, and remember, only the few lag behind no matter how easy the going MT. HEALTHY BRANCH 7433 Hamilton Ave. ' . i OF CINCINNA l I Established 1863 l W MEMBER F.D.I.C. 86 FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM A Banking Service for Every Purse and Purpose t - - -3 - -107- . CONGRATULATIONS to THE CLASS OF 195 1 T070 THEURINCFS North Bend and Cheviot Roads 'L r P I Monfort Heights Phone MOntana 9751 4 ' T A ,.,. - - - - , A , A , A - S C - - , ,,,,, dmc: , , - I 1- - 1 ' Il 1 I V ' Everything Electrical ' 1 f T 1 Sales - Service - Repairs Y Q I TRAPP'S , FINE Foon A T 1 APPLIANCE + T , 7348 H 'lt A . P ami on ve : V Mt' Healthy, Ohm : 7512 Hamilton Ave. -I 1 : Mt. Healthy, Ohio ' Phone IAckson 8,973 1, ' A I : Phone . I HENRY J. TRAPP IA 9252 1 1 , -3-3-3 3 3 -3 -3 ' -' r ' j 108- QQQ QQQQLQKQQQKQQQQQQQQQQQQ-A111Qu-K-il-An -AQQ-:Km u-Q1 QQ-ln QQ -Q Q1 -.Q-Q-QQQ-QQQQQ-KQQQQ Q IAckson 7807 W. F. WELLAND CONTRACTOR OF PLASTERI N G 742 8 Forest Ave. Mt. Healthy Ohio 3 " -j-y-y-3-3-3-yq-q-y.y-3-y.y- -qu-3-3-. -3-3-3-j-y-3-3- 3 3 -- f Whitaker-Mohler Printing Co. Equipped to serve you promptly on all kinds of COMMERCIAL PRINTING il -1 127 North Third Street Hamilton, Ohio -I -I -,,-- --109-- I i F. r ,I ?f if 1, 1. SZPU' ,,L5,'!"f ' r gf 4 -4- K- l-K- . THOMAS E. WOOD INSURANCE Carew Tower, Cincinnati, Ohio DUnbar 1 500 FIRE INSURANCE - AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Mt Healthy Representative E G Ruoff Phone IAckson 9175 WOODALE SUPER MARKET We Deliver IA 9071 I PP!!! -P!!!-F!!-1-- 9 .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I . .I .I I I .I .I -I .. l .I I J .I .I 1 I .I 3 .. ul :ll 1 J 0 .I .I .I I .I .I I. .I I 3- 1-A v- T new perfume, Venev Ici. CAROL WOLPIQRT, tree surgeon, arrives with BARBARA VVOODVVARD, President of Bored of Education, Inc. and KIAY HEITFELD, recently returned from a jaunt to the moon. MARIAN YOUNG, gold prospector posing as dentist, hands out cards entitling bearer to two gold teeth. Now MARY QUATKLMEYER appears to take pictures for GLEN SPOHN'S "Times-Post". BOB SENA poses as tester of lipstick. As guests prepare to leave, announcement for the 1970 reunion is made. It will be held at BILL QUINLAN'S Dude Ranch in Arizona. Weather foree.ister, CAROL BRAUN, predicts Ll fine day. Finally here comes BILL ESCHENBRENNER to lock the doors and count the silver. qrH.4Tts lT.J RICHARD WUEST FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1032 St. Clair Avenue ' IAcks0n 3521 Mt. Healthy, O. COMPLI M EN TS SPRINGDALE PONY KEG E cw K g.g.g...g-g-g-Q...g-g-g-g-g-g.Q-Q-g-Q- -1- - .1 I 1 .l , A 1 , Glu . I I 1 X . , I OF I 1 V N 4 V I 1 1 .! , 1 ul ul J , 'X-3-Ed!-1-3-3 3-3 l"3"3- ' "l"'3" - -X 3 NICK WULLENWEBER "DOT FOOD STOREY, FINER FOODS 75 14 Hamilton Avenue Mt. Healthy, Ohio Phone ..... IAckson 5 212 - - 3- j-3-3- -3- -j- - - - -3 -3-3 ' - - - -y - -,-3-y-3-j- -1 y ' -111- O ld-K-l-l-K-K-K-l-K-K-l-l-l-K-l-K-K- K-l-K- -Ln -L-L-Q-i-i-l-i- Q-Q-L-L -Q A952 THE PAUL R. YOUNG FUNERAL HOME Mt. Healthy, Ohio TEBBE MONUMENT COMPANY Monuments And Grave Markers Q LEONARD TEBBEJ 1452 Compton Road Mt. Healthy, O. Phone IA. 6387 W Res. IA. 8707 . ICLQ32-, 112- ,Fail if HERMAN ZUMSTFIN T I- L I i' If L ,l !- I- L WHOLESALE MEAT DEALER i I i Phone: Mulberry 3724 i- f L !- L !- 1- L 1- l- !- , 5 S ii S E 1186 Cedar Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio ,,,, , --sv-1


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