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

 - Class of 1955

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Text from Pages 1 - 146 of the 1955 volume:

THE ZEM ZEM GF 1955 Pl Bl ISHI- D BY llll fl VI flu M SIAM HEALTHY HIGH SCHOOL D1ck I-Iettr1ck Edltor Ken F1e1er C1rcu1at1on Manager Stan Imhulse Advert1s1ng Manager MT. HI9IAI,'I'HY. OHIO Zn v fy' 1 ,Q f -4, g X. '77 5 I gl- 'a.--f Aw., MCU T HEALTHY HIGH SCHOUL AAA A A Ill I I Ill I I ll H ll FOREWORD Each year s1nce 1895 graduat1ng classes have passed through the doors of Mount Healthy H1gh School For some these have been the portals to h1gher educat1on but for others they have been the entrances to the1r careers Although the doors changed w1th the erect1on of the new bu11d1ng 1n 1929 they rema1n the symbol of the completmn of a great step 1n the preparat1on for l1fe Through these doors pass the generat1ons who w1ll rnake the dec1s1ons 1n commumty and natlonal affa1rs The future of our natxon and of the world depends upon those people who pass through these and s1m1lar doors all over the world So we of the 1955 Zem Zem Staff proudly present to you fellow students parents teachers and fr1ends our S1lver Ann1versaryEd1t1on based on a door not Just any door but the door of opportumty To f1nd out what l1es beyond all you have to do IS knock and It w1ll be opened to you 4 1 :ryqw ,QE-, X, , , . 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S . . . - -RN 1 ' ' 1 . .Q 5 - ' . . 1 I , " . ' 1' 9 CORRINEG BAISDEN Bowlrng Green College ofCommerce Ky A B Com merc1alEducat1on Bookkeepmg 1 and 2 Commercral Anthmetlc Com merclal Law General Bus1ness Sales mansh1p PAYGE DAMPIER Flortda UHIVCISIIY Cmcrnnau Conservatory of Musrc Oh1o Umversrty of C1nc1nnat1 Ohxo B S rn Educat1on Seventh Grade Enghsh E1ghth Grade Enghsh ROLAND BART LE Umon College Ky A B Chem1stry Geography Phorog raphy P h y s 1 c s Advrser to Camera RUTH E FREDRICKS Un1vers1ty of C1nc1nnat1 Ohro BA B Ed Xavrer Un1vers1ty Oh1o M Ed Algebra 1 and 2 Trrgonometry Plane Geometry Soltd Geometry Advrser to Y Teens Advrser ro Sophomore Class BILL COOK M1am1 Un1vers1ty Ohro B S Seventh Grade Ge ography Brology ETHEL L FROST M1am1 Umverslty Ohlo B S 1n Ed Enghsh Ill Latxn 1 and 2 Advxser to Clrentes r..at1nae Ad v1ser to Zem Zeru 10 'iff ww ALVA F GUINN Conservatory of Mustc Ohxo Untversrty of Cm c1nnat1 Ohlo B S MUSIC Ed Ad vrser to Beglnnmg and Junror Bands Advrse r to Semor Band Advrser to Iumor Hrgh School Band LESTER W HEIZMAN UHIVCTSIIY Of Crnctnnatr Ohto B S lndustrxal Arts Basketball C oa ch Baseball Coach Duvet s Trarnmg Football Coach KENNETH L HAMMEL Bowllnv Green State Unlversrty Ohto B S rn Edu catton Etghth Grade L1 t e r a t u r e Etghth Grade Hrstory HORACE W HENDRICKSON Eastern Kentucky State College Ky A B n Htstory and Enqlrsh Xavter Unlver stty Ohro M A Amerrcan l-lrstory World Hxstory Advtser to Iumor Class ALFRED HARDING Mtarnx Umver y Ohto BS 1n Ed Drtvers Tratmng Mechan1calDraw1ng Var stty Basketball Coach CHARLES E HOFFMAN Mtamt Unrversrty Ohro B S tn Ed Etghth Grade Sctence General Sctence 11 K cis, IDS 5.60 Wa GY, ff' 26532 f' LILLYAN LILLY Concord College Athens W Vxrgrnra A B G rls He alth Grrls Phystcal Educauon Advxser to G A A Advrser to Pep Squad PAUL SCHLOSSER Frndlay College Ohro B S Football Coach Iumor Hrgh School Basketball Coach Iuruof Hrgh School Baseball Coach Boys Health JOHNL MADDEN M1am1 Umversrty Ohro B S m Educatron Seventh and E 1 ghth Grade Arrthmetrc Practrcal Mathemaucs Advrser to Junror Class MARY RUTH TRIPPEL Indlana State Teachers College Ind B S Unrver s1tyofC1nc1nnat1 Ohto M Ed Short hand 1 and '2 Offtce Practrce Typmg 1 and 2 School Treasurer BERTA MAE MILLER Umversrty of Kentucky Ky A B rn Ed Englrsh 1 Spanrsh 1 and 2 Advrser to Paper Staff Advrser to Spanrsh Club MARY BOGGS TYREE West Vrrgrnra Unrversrty B S rn Home Economrcs M S rn Home Economrcs Home Economrcs Advxser to Home Eco nomrcs Club 12 l STEELY VEACH Westem Kentucky State Teachers College Ky A B n Musrc College of Musrc Oh1o Pea body Conservatory of Musxc Md Grade School Musrc Hrgh School Mu src Advrser ro Glee Club THELMA WORTMANN Culver Stock ton College Mrssourt Un1vers1ty A B Englrsh 2 and 4 Speech 1 and 2 Ad vrser to Spotlrght Club Advrser to Jumor Class KENNETH WAGNER Iowa State Teachers College Iowa B A Seventh and Erghth Grade Amerrcan Hxstory Economrcs Socrology Advrser to H1 Y MARY MEYER School Nurse HELEN WHITE Oklahoma A 8a M George Peabody College Lrbrarran Advrser to L G D VERA ERNST School Secretary LISA FREDRICKSON Umversny of M1 nn e so ta B S Ohro Umversrty M A W1scons1n Unrversity Seventh Grade Lrterature Jumor and Senxor I-hgh School Art 13 , ., . . I n n n - v -n 1 I . n v ' In I I ' g r 1 ' -1 S G a . . ., , 5 Q Q Q - u 1, g ' 'I s f ZEM ZEM Upon 1nqu1r1ng why our yearbook 15 called the ZEM ZEM you would see no connect1on 1f you were told only that It 15 named for an Arab1an well That 1S true but more must be explamed before you f1nd a reason Perhaps an anc1ent legend Wlll help The Arabs bel1eVC that Ishmael 1S the true son of Abraham and that as h1s eldest son he rece1ved the double port1on of Abraham's 1nher1tance Arab1a The B1ble tells us that Hagar and Ishmael her on bemg turned out of the house of Sarah were forced to wander about IH the desert When Ishmael was about to d1e of th1rst God sent the angel Gabrlel to tread upon the ground where there 1mmed1atelybubbled forth water sweet as honey Th1s 1S how the sacred Well of Zem Zem was formed 1n what 1S now Mecca Arab1c trad1t1on has lt that some t1me later God told Abraham to go to Mecca and w1th Ishmael bu1ld h1m a temple Many years passed and several generat1ons had had custody of the temple or Kaaba when lt was taken by enem1es Wh1le the foes of the Ishmael1tes had Well of Zem Zem It became f1lled up and sank 1nto obscur1ty Not unt1l many years later after the enerrues were overcome was the well uncovered Abd el Motalleb grandfather of Mohammed heard a vo1ce telllng h1m to d1g the Well of Zem Zem W1th further 1nstruct1on from the vo1ce he was able to clean out the well and the statues were placed once aga1n mn the Kaaba The water from the Well of Zem Zem was used by many generat1ons untll lt became necessary to bu1ld an aqueduct to secure a more adequate supply for the growlng c1ty The Arabs be11eVe that a dr1nk of the Zem Zem s waters br1ngs health and that much water w1ll wash away sm When a certa1n Mohammedan teacher was askedabout h1s memory he sa1d that smce he had drunk the waters of the sacred Well of Zem Zem he had forgotten nothmg that he had ever learn ed As he knew many trad1t1ons lt became trad1t1on that to dr1nk from th1s well w1ll re store memory A yearbookalso br1ngs back memor1es and so lt 1S f1tt1ng that the f1rst an nual staff named ours the ZEM ZEM May th1s twenty f1fth ed1t1on of the ZEM ZEM br1ng you many happy memor1es of Mount Healthy H1gh School 14 . . . , , . . . , , . 7 . 7 ' .. , 5 , ' , . I ! . , , . , . . U 7 , . possession of the Kaaba, some of its statues and ornaments were cast into the 9 Q x - ' - , , n . , I n . . . . , . , . . . . , . . , - ' a , - sxrm 4, ff'Nm- d,,1" " ' .1 -4.4 - - r. X . . ,, U, 5 Q - .g , -vi' ..- Y K f ,n K vii- 17119-, ' Y Ti :71-nf ES ,J jfffgw nr f f mm: X 91 nr, ifg a ,f -wa ... ,,,,,, Q-, .0 mfg- L SENIURS BARBARA ANN HOLT af E Mapa? la L Mt Healthy Presrdent Basketball Queen Cand1date4 Class Of ftcer 4 Cllentes Latmae 4 G A A 1 34 Glee 134 Home Ec C'lub234 Honor Roll 12 3 Jumor Red Cross Counc1l3 L G D 1 2 3 4 Pep Squad 1 34 Safety Representattve 3 Scholar shtp Team 3 Spotltght Club 4 Student Counc1l 3 4 Y Teens 1 3 4 Zem Zem Staff 3 4 DAVID MARTINI Mt Healthy Vtce Pres1dent Baseball 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Class Of f1cer 4 Glee Club 3 4 Spotltght Club 4 Track Team 3 Zem Zem Staff 4 KENNETH P SCHEFFEL Mt Healthy Secretary Class Offtcer 2 4 Cltentes Latmae 1 2 Team 1 2 3 Spothght Club 4 HM DAVIS Mt Healthy Treasurer Clase Offtcer 4 Cltentes Latmae 2 Honor Roll 1 SCHEFFEL W-H HOLT :vu- MARTINI DAVIS KO" ' I : ' I ' : . . . I 1 4 gg. " "f,: ' +st- . : . . . , , ,.: Z L gy , . I .0 1 :' - 'Ib ' I I 1 Hi-Y 4, Hanoi lloll1,2,3gScholarshi1g 2 .X Xi 'T' f - f A . ' ' X I X I if A 7 , 1 16 JERRY ALBRIGHT Mt Healthy Football 23 4 Scholarshrp Team 2 Spotllght Club 4 JERRY A NSON Mt Healthy ANSON AUBURN BACHMAN THOMAS BEHR Monfort Herghts ALBRIGHT CAROL AUBURN Mt Healthy Basketball Queen Candldate 4 El Club Espanol l 2 Glee 12 3 4 Hoot n Holler Staff 234 LG D 23 4 HonorRolll 2 3 PepSquad I 2 3 4 Scholarshrp Team 13 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 12 3 4 VERNON E BACHMAN Mt Healthy H1 Y 3 4 Honor Roll l 2 3 Spotlrght 4 RUSSELLE BARGER Mt Healthy Baseball2 3 Basketball 12 3 4 Football l 2 3 4 WILLIAM BECKMAN Monfort Heights Baseball 2 3 Spotllght Club 4 BITTER Camera Club 4 Spotlrght Club 4 LOIS ANN BITTER Mt Healthy GAA 3 Colerarn Track Team 2 Coleratn ?"' 3 BA RGER L BECKMAN BEHR Th 17 ez. A Q, ' , 1 i. L L-5 te 'T ky 1 1 1 1 S. ' Q ' 1 1 , . . . .1 1 1 U 1 - , 'R 1 " ' 1 - ' 1 ' - :Q , ' 'vip 'V . ' 4 is af f? EE 2 I R Ll 5 I , SPN :., 'X .. X . 'v U . a ' ' "' 3 ' . 'a Q'X is X T' BLUM RONA LD in Q- BOLLIN GER BOZZELL RALPH K. BRICKLER Monfort Hel hts ROBERT A BLUM Mt Healthy Spotllght Club 4 RONALDR BLUM Mt Healthy Basketball l 2 3 Class Offlcer 2 Foot l234 Gleel4 H1Y BLUM ROBERT HOWARD NEIL BOLLINGER Flnneytown Class Offlecl J Lllgllleb Lalluari 4 Er Club Espanol 3 Glee l 2 3 4 H1 Y Z 4 Honor Roll 3 Scholarshlp Team Spotllght Club 4 IEAININETTE VIRGINIA BOZZELL Mt Healthy El Club Espanol 12 Glee 3 4 Honor R ll l2 Hoot n Holler Staff 2 3 4 Spotllght Club 4 GUNTA MARY BRAKMANIS Mt Healthy Band Z 3 4 Basketball Queen Candldate 4 Honor Rolll 3 Pep Squad 3 Spothght Club 4 Y Teens 3 4 DZINTRA RUTH BRAKMANIS Mt. Healthy Spotlight Club 4, BUNKER E an potlgt u B d1.2-S 1' h Clb4. HARLENE ANN BUNKER Mt. Healthy G. A. A, 43 Glee 1,3,4g Hoot n Holler -1' Staff 45 Pep Squad 43 Spotlight Club 43 1 Y-Teens 4. 18 BRAKMANIS MARY 'S- BRA KMA NIS RUTH BRICKLER .Q L JANET ESTELLE CARLETON Mt Healthy Basketball Queen Candrdate 4 Camera Club 4 El Club Espanol 1 2 Glee 12 3 4 Honor Roll2 3 Hoot n Holler Staff 34 L G D 34 PepSquad34 bchol arshrp Team 1 2 bpotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 1 4 Home EC Club 1 HELEN A COLE Mt Healthy COLE CARLETON CULLEN DILLON WARREN EICH Mt Healthy JOSEPH R CULLEN Mt Healthy Spotlrght Club 4 EILEEN B DILLON Mt Healthy Basketball Queen Cand1date4 Clrentes Latmae 1 2 Glee 1 2 3 4 Iunror Red Cross Councrl 1 2 Honor Roll 12 3 D 1234 PepSqu 12 Scholarshrp Team 1 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4 Zem Zem Staff 3 4 MARCIA ANN DROSTE Mt Healthy Band 1 2 4 Basketball Queen Candrdate 4 Class Offxcer 3 El Club Espanol 1 2 G A A 1 34 G1ee123 HonorRoll L G D 1234 PepSquad1 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 12 3 4 Home Ee Club 1 JOAN C EHLE Mt Healthy Basketball Queen Candidate 4 El Club Espanol 12 Glee 12 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Hoot n Holler Staff 2 3 Junlor Red Cross Councrl 1 2 Home Ec Club D 234 Pep Squa 12 Scholarshlp Team 3 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4 Y Teen Prom Queen EICH WAYNE Band 1 2 3 4 El Club Espanol2 3 Spot lrght Club 4 WA YNE EICH Mt Healthy Club Espanol 2 3 Glee 1 2 Hoot n Holler Staff 3 4 bpotlrght Club 19 DROSTE EHLE EICH WARREN DAVID EICHBUSCH Monfort Helghts Camera Club 4 KENNETH FIELER Mt Healthy Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 12 3 4 C11entes Latmae 1 2 Glee 2 H1 Y 2 3 4 Honor Roll l lunlor Red Cross Coun C11 4 Spothght Club 4 Track Team l 2 3 4 Zem Zem Staff 3 4 Student FIELER FINNERTY Councll 3 4 EICHBUSCH MARLENE FINNERTY Mt Healthy G A A 14 Glee 12 North College H111 1 ootn Holler S "4 Y ree s JACK FROST Monfort Helghts Band2 3 4 H1 '1 3 4 HonorRol13 Tay lor H1gh 1 2 BILL FUNSTON Mt Healthy IO ANN GOLDE Flnneytown Y Teens 3 Spothght Club 4 FUNSTON FROST ROBERTA GRAY Mt Healthy E1 Club Espanol 12 GA A 3 Honor Roll 1 Jumor R d Cross 1 Regma Hrgh School 12 Student Counclll Y Teens MERLE GRUBER Monfort Herghts Basketball Queen Cand1date 4 E1 Club Espanol 4 G A A 4 Spotllght Club 4 Y Teens 4 'li GOLDE GRUBER GRAY sc- , , F x I A ii ' ' .:. 1 '- ., i E 1 ' L 9 l K i ,vu ,. 1, ,C Y 4 .' 5 TNS? me 51 A at V ,,y, , te 1 l.: V " : - 3 gs 4. Ekug 20 I HA RRISON K x HASSELBUSCH 'Q' HESSLER STANLEY A HICKS Mt Healthy Football 3 4 Glee ROBERT HISMAN Mt Healthy LINDA KATHRYN HARRIS Finneytown G A A 3 4 Home Ec Club 2 Y Teens ca I -vv NANCY HARRISON Mt Healthy Basketball Queen Candtdate 4 Camera Club3 4 Cheer Leader 2 3 4 G A A 3 Glee l 2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Spotltght Club4 Track Team 12 3 Y Teens12 HARRIS CLAUDIA HASSELBUSCH Mt Healthy Basketball 4 Basketball Queen Candt date 4 Cllentes Latmae 2 G A A 3 4 Glee 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 2 3 Jumor Red Cross Counctl l L G D 2 3 4 Pep Squad 12 3 4 Spotllght Club 4 Scholarshxp Team 12 Y Teens 12 3 4 Zem Zem Staff 3 4 DON C HESSLER Mt Healthy RICHARD W HETTRICK Ftnneytown Band 12 3 4 Basketball 2 3 H1 Y 3 4 Spothght Club 4 Zem Zem Staff 3 4 HETTRICK Student Councll 4 WILLIAM HETZER Mt Healthy Cllentes Latmae 2 H1 Y4 Spotlwht Club 4 ZZ'- 'P'- HETZER HISMAN HICKS H Y34 21 3:4.. . 0 2 a I ' N ev A 'S' v 1521 . . ge I I . .2 Il : u n. s I I tl- ,mag -. mf: . XX . , D 75 . .N I I v Q I Q " I 2 VL N. , Honor Roll l,2,3g Scholarship Team 25 QL- .V . 1. l I rift f I T ut. x8 ' rv- . , 3 33 i- ' , . qv . P? .. tiff! IAFGER IMHULSE STANLEY A IMHULSE Mt Healthy Chentes Launae 2 Glee 1 2 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 Track Team 1 2 3 4 Spotlrght Club 4 Honor Roll 3 Zem Zem Staff CAROL ANN JAEGER Mt Healthy Basketball Queen Candrdate 4 Cheer Leader2 3 4 Class Offlcerl 3 Cltentes Lat1nae23 G A A 34 Gleel234 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Junror Prom Queen 3 Junror Red Cross COUDC111 L G D 1 2 3 4 Pep Squad 1 2 3 4 Scholarshrp Team 2 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teensl 2 3 4 Student Counc113 4 Z.en1Zem ION ES KISSEL Staff 3 4 MYRL E JONES talth, AA4G l24YTeens GALE L KISSEL Sprmgdale Basketball34 G A A 4 Y Teens4 ROGER KOLDE Fmneytown Basketball 12 3 Glee 3 4 Spotlxght Club 4 WALTER KQRN Mt Healthy Band 1 2 Football 3 4 Spotlrght Club LEACH r"'d Y"--v KOLDE KORN LAW LER MARYBETH LAWLER Mt Healthy Band 1 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Basketball Queen Cand1date4 Clrentes Latlnae 1 G A A 1234 Honor Roll Hoot n Holler Staff 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Spotllght Club 4 Track Team 12 Scholarshlp Team 1 2 3 Volleyball 3 DAVID C LEACH Mt Healthy Band 1 2 3 4 Cllentes Latmae 2 H1 Y 34 Honor Roll 1 Spotlrght C1ub4 Scholarshrp Team 2 30' 'rn S. 3. -Q MARTIN MAHER CHARLES MAHER Mt Healthy Basketball? 4 El Club Espanol7 Foot ba1l4 Glee 3 4 Honor Rolll Spotlrght Club 4 NEOMAJ MARTIN Sprrngdale Spotlrght Club 4 Y"'7' MCDANIEL MCHUGI-I IOHIN R MCDAINIEL Mr Healthy Football 4 Glee 3 JIM MCIIUGI-I Monfort Herghts Baseba1l4 Hr Y3 4 Scholarshrp Team KAY MESSICK Frnneytown Basketball Queen Candrdate 4 G A A l Pep Squad 2 3 4 Scholarshlp Team 3 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 2 3 4 ROSEMARY MORRIS Mt Healthy Basketball Queen Candrdate 4 E1 Club Espanol2 Gleel 2 3 4 Home Ec Club 1 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Hoot n Holler Staff 34 L G D 34 Pep Squad 34 Pnnce of Peace 4 Scholarshrp Team 3 Spot hght Club 4 Y Teens 3 4 MURPHY X9 15. K Msssrcrc 'Ds- MORRIS MORTIMER JANET ROSE MORTIMER Mt Healthy G A A 2 Honor Rolll Scholarshrp 17 Team2 Spotl1ghtClub4 Q' BILL MURPHY Mt Healthy Basketball 4 H1 Y 4 Honor Roll 2 Track Team 3 4 Bluort 3 - 1 A -.1 5 I . 9 ' L: - L rf ' I . 1 cs Q- 94 . i , . 5 ' I "gifs gg - 3,4: Home EC, Club 2,3,4g rrlmdr R011 , off' TN Sr, f . 'gy S , , 1 I - f gk . v I z-' - . : . l p J g X A , w L 23 LIN MYERS Mt Healthy JG' Roger Bacon 12 Spotlrght Club 4 DON NEWLAND Fmneytown Baseball 1 Football 3 4 Spotltght Club NEWLA ND MYERS RICHARD W NIEHA US Sprrngdale GAIL D NIEMANN Fmneytown Basketball 124 Home Ec Club 2 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 2 4 lv- NIEHAUS LOIS JEANNE OVEROCKER Mt Healthy Baseballl Basketba1l3 Basketbal1Queen Cand1date4 ElClubEspano1 12 G A A ,ag 1234 Gleel234 HomeEc Club 1 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Hoot l'l Holler Staff OVEROCKER 2 3 4 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 12 3 ? VINCIENT G PFEIFFER Mt Healthy Glee 4 H1 Y 3 4 Honor Ro1113 Spot ltght Club 4 Student Counctl 3 4 Zem AL N NIEMANN Zem Staff 3 4 V' PFEIFFER RICHARDSON RASMUSSEN MARI IOUISE RASMUSSEN Fmneytown El Club Espanol 12 G A A 3 4 Honor R01ll3 HomeEcC1ub234 LGD A 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 2 3 4 NORMAN R, RICHARDSON 'N' Fmneytown Baseball 2 3 4 Basketbal12 3 4 El Club Espanol 12 Gleel234 Hi Y234 Honor Roll 1 3 Jumor Prom Ktng 3 Scholarship Team 1 2 3 Spotltght Club 4 Y Teen Prom Kmg 4 24 x at Q 1 4. ' ' ' ff A ! 1 A x C' .1 ' .' L- S- '. . : ' y I , : - . . . A 4. C ' ae QQ . 5' l Carnera Club 3.45 Clientes Latinae l,2g K., A , 5 - . . . -gg .5 M M '-Q. L, N 9 .1 Q .1 nj . W Y ' : ' l I I . I 1 Q Z - .I I n. PEGGY ANN RYCROFT Mt Healthy Alabama H1ghSchooll Band 3 4 G A A 4 Glee 3 Honor Roll 3 Hoot n Holler "' Staff 3 4 Spotlxght Club 4 Y Teens 3 T7 ELINOR RYLAND F1nneytown X G A A 4 Honor Roll 1 3 Pep Squad 4 Spothght Club 4 Y Teens 4 RYLAND RYCROFT THOMAS G SAUER Mt Healthy Class Offlcer 3 Cllentes Lat1nael2 H1 Y 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Scholarshlp v- Team 12 3 Spotlrght Club 4 Student Councrl 4 GERALD A SHANNON Mt Healthy Basketball 1 2 3 Cl1entes Latmae 12 G1eel2 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Honor Rolll SAUER GLENNE s1EMER N f' Mt Healthy 3234 it H1 Y 3 4 Honor Roll 1 Scholarshlp 12 SIEMER IEANETTE SPER F1nneytown Honor Roll 1 2 3 Spotlrght Club 4 Ca 6 SHANNON SPER STELZER SPRECKELMEIER RICHARD SPRECKELMEIER Mt Healthy Glee 3 4 CARL STELZER Mt Healthy Spotllght Club 4 25 0 ,b 4. ' ' ' X N A-A ' . . . x ' . - . - Aw ' 1' 1, . 1 1 I z 1 N - 0 1 " 'lg' I? . ' , t 0- Q 3. - v 1 2 1 1 :Q 1 1 Q I . 5-on 1'-TJ I . . I lv ' sz xx - 3 - ' . A . , A1 Fi lt ' lr! ,R ff :VV I U 1 f S' 1 7- 'Rs 'QI TEKULVE if TELFORD A X UH LHORN KENNETH WALTER 1' TAYLOR PARKER T ELFORD I Hua HAROLD G TAYLOR Monfort Herghts Bastball 2 3 Honor Roll l Spotltght Club 4 PATRICIA ANN TEKULVE Mt Healthy Glee 2 3 4 Juntor Red Cross Counctl l PtpSquad2 Scholars up Team! bpot lrglht Club 4 Y Teens l 2 Clxentes Lattnae 4 Baseball 3 bchol arshrp Team 3 bpotlrght Club 4 JEAN UHLHORN Monfort Hetghts Y Teens 4 TOM VANDERYT Mt Healthy ROBERT H VOSb Mt Healthy VAN DE RYT V, VOSS WATERS WALTER Mt Healthy Q Chentes Latlnae 2 Honor Roll 1 Spot 1 lrghr C lub 4 RONALD WATERS Ftnneytown Track Team 2,3 24 K . x, X a- x h ' "3 3 ,rv A ' ' A .. A :xi . 4 ...N V, y - . - 5 1 A Q A C-. . 'Y , -.Y in Q., I . N R' 26 'Alf , 1 . T- WEBER WEITZEL -lvl 4, WEbSLER JOHN M, WEBER Mt. Healthy Spotlight Club 4, GARY YVEITZEL Mt Healthy H1 Y3 4 Spotl1ghtClub4 Track Team PAT WESSLER Frnneytown Basketball 4 G A A 2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Spotllght Club 4 Track Team 2 3 Y Teens 4 DON WILSON Mt Healthy Basketball3 4 Clrentes Latrnae2 Class Of rcer l Hx Y 2 3 4 Honor Roll 3 Scholarshrp Teaml 2 3 Spotlrght Club DONALD P YORK Frnneytown Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class Offrcer 2 Football 2 3 4 Glee 1 2 3 4 H1 Y2 34 Honor Roll l 2 spot lrghl Club 4 Track Team 2 3 4 27 WILSON YORK r 'rr wi! 1 'Www N' BACCALAUREATE SERVICE Sunday May 29 1955 Order of Serv1ce Reverend Frank Clarke Pres1d1ng PRE LUDE ' Z1on Hears the Watchman Slnglng Bach Mr Steely Veach P1an1st PROCESSIONAL War March of the Pr1ests" Mendelssohn PRAYER IN UNISON Alrrnghty God unto Whom all hearts are open all des1res known and from whom no secrets are h1d cleanse the thoughts of our hearts by the 1nsp1rat1on of Thy Holy Sp1r1t that we may perfectly love Thee and worthlly magmfy Thy Holy Name we pray 1n the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Sp1r1t Amen SCRIPTURE READING Romans 12 Rev Herbert L1sle EVENING PRAYER Rev R V Pelton ANTHEM 'He 13 Watch1ng Over Israel from El1Jah Mendelssohn Mt Healthy H1gh School Concert Chorus Mr Steely Veach D1rector SERMON "L1fe Is More Than A Game" Rev Geo A Marshall ANTHEM "L1ft Thme Eyes" from E11-1 h Mendelssohn Mt Healthy H1gh School Tr1ple Tr1o Mr Steely Veach D1rector H MN Take T1me To Be Holy BENEDIC TION Rev Frank Clarke Joy Smlth accornpan1st 28 Y X :Q I I -- U - x" fi K. A "'. I 93 . .VW "1 I Q .11 ! 3 .--I ' ' ' ll . . i , . . .--u - HYMN:--"Day is Dying in the West" I I , ' I . . . . ., S I , . . .--, . . H .. 1 . L ' I :--' ' 0 , ' Y :--un ' ll 7 it SIXTY FIRST ANNUAL Commencement Exerc1ses Fmday Evemng June Th1rd Nxneteen Hundred and F1fty flve PROGRAM P OCESSIONAL Pomp and C1rcumstance" Elgar INVOCATION Rev Frank Clarke SALUTATORIAN Thomas Sauer HISTORIAN Rlchard Hettnck VALEDIC TORIAN Kenneth Scheffel ' Symphony 1n B Flat Overture' Fauchet Hxgh School Band ADDRESS Rev Charles L Harrmson Chapla1n B I S Lancaster Oh1o Golden Days' Romberg Semor M1xed Ensemble PRESENTATION OF AWARDS M D Hartzler H1gh School Pr1nc1pal Lord s Prayer Malotte Roger Kolde PRESENTATION OF CLASS TO BOARD OF EDUCATION H1gh School Pr1nc1pal M D Hartzler AUTHORIZATION OF DIPLOMA PRESENTATION Pres1dent Board of Educat1on Chester Bernhardt PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS Rex Ralph Super1ntendent "You 11 Never Walk Alone' Rogers and Hammerstem Semor Class BENEDIC TION ....................... Rev. Frank Clarke RECESSIONAL from "Commencement Suite" ............ Lian 29 4 t . ... I W., ' i g., W Lvl' I .. is ml 'F' 1':: Jr f 'is jf'-Lu, . 2 : 'L "' 1' Y A K. f' f ' ? 3 ' . 5 , 5 . . - f' 163.2 L ' .f . Inna 5 . Gr- ,,,. Y' HWASHL GTO- , D. C., WEQRE O OUR WA I" That was the cry of some fifty-nine seniors as we left the Winton Place Station on March 9, 1955, with Mr. and Mrs. Harding and Mrs. Wortmann as chaperones. Anticipation had been mounting for many weeks, and now the annual trip to Washington was becoming a reality for us. After a good night's sleep Q? ? 'U and breakfast on the train, we were eager to begin the day. This first day included a tour of historic Fort McHenry and the State House in Baltimore. Following this, we visited the Naval Academy at Annapolis, where we dined in style at the Carvel House. Immediately after this, we boarded our busses for Washington, where We were privileged to see the Senate and the House of Representatives in session in the Capitol Building. The Harrington Hotel was our next stop and our home for afew days. That evening after dinner at the hotel, a sight-seeing tour of the Lincoln and Jeffer- son Memorials and the Congressional Library cli- maxed the day. On Friday and Saturday following, we toured with great interest the Washington Monument fwith its eight hundred and ninety-eight steps to climbj, the White House, Mt. Vernon, Smithsonian Institute, government buildings, and embassies. At 6:30 Saturday evening, the weary seniors boarded the train for home after the most wonderful time of their lives. All of us felt a great deal more pride in the nation whose capitol we had just visited. HISTURY OF THE SENIOR CLASS l95 On a sunny September 5 1951 130 of us entered Mt Healthy H1gh Schoolas freshmen tobeg1n four ofthe best years of our l1ves We were the largest class of the school w1th 20 from Fmneytown 17 from Mon fort He1ghts 86 from Mt Healthy and 7 from Sprmgdale The upper classmen had qu1te an 1n1t1at1on 1n store for us and after we had gone through th1s we felt ent1tled to cons1der ourselves at last a part of the school Our sophomore year found us work1ng hard on our lessons and be comlng members of clubs and teams We sponsored a hayr1de and a dance Many of us ach1eved h1gh grades 1n the M1am1 tests At the beg1nn1ng of our Jumor year we set ourselves a goal to g1ve a wonderful Jun1or Sen1or Prom By sellmg cokes hot dogs and candy at games and by g1v1ng a dance we secured funds for our project On June 5 1954 1n the gym wh1ch was decorated 1n a theme of Hawa11 we enterta1ned our guests The Prom was a huge success and we all felt sat1sf1ed w1th the result of our hard work Dur1ng thas year we selected year Our sen1or year f1nally came and w1th lt many ofthe members of our class became leaders 1n clubs on teams and 1n scholarsh1p not only rn our own school but 1n the county d1str1ct and state December found us attendmg our last Chr1stmas Prom In January we hurdled our last m1d year exams Th1s was qu1te an accomphshment' The crownmg of Carol Jaeger as Basketball Queen was one of the b1g moments" for all of us Next thmg we knew we were bemng measured for caps and gowns On March 9 another b1g day arr1ved We were leav1ng for Wash1ng ton' ' We spent a wonderful week end there Soon after our return we began to prepare for the Sen1or Class Play The Eyes of Tlaloc a exc1t1ng mystery Of the or1g1nal 130 who had entered as freshmen now 90 members made up our class Baccalaureate an,-rl commencement t1me arr1ved and we felt a sense ofprxde anda tw1nge of sorrow And yet th1s 15 far from the end of the road for the class of '55 Many of us are gomg on to col lege and others are about to take the1r places mn the busy world We are leavmg Mt Healthy Hlgh w1th reluctance and st1ll we feel that we have contr1buted a part 1n makmg Mt Healthya school ofwh1chwe can well be proud 31 I 7 ' ' , . 1 J ' I - S - ' D . - . . . , , ! I ' I I I J our class ring and in the spring,left school, eagerly awaiting our senior . , , . . , . I D 3 ' ll ' . , . s - ' . . ' . 3 ' , ll ll, n I ' I ' D glib-. FN K 1 K Kenneth Scheffel Tom Sauer Rlchard Hettrxck ZEM ZEM AW RD The Zem Zem Staff has for the past f1fteen years presented cash awards to the sen1ors who have ranked lnghest 1n the1r class durlng the1r entlre hlgh school career The wlnners thls year are Ken Scheffel Tom Sauer and Dlck Hettr1ck 'U' L. Rosemary Morns .A. A. The Glrls' Athletm ASSOL1at10H was only six years old when 1t started a very mce custom. They bought a r1ng and, at Commencement, presented It to the All- Around senior g1r1. The flrst girl to be so honored was Joan Hoy, '45, The lucky g1rl thls year IS Rose- mary Morr1s who rece1ved the tenth Honor Rmg. Rosemary was awarded th1s rmg as a result of the votmg of the sen1or class g1rls and some members of the faculty. 32 Q'-'E' 'f u ,L it V ,,: fu i -:L d 4' x . h T 4:2 U T 5 Q 5 K 1 T T , is sf "1 his S fl fi. +I. ET Lil I XI-A. , ",' -' .. 'S '-W-V"7"'r: ffflffa' x X ETX, , 7? f , xi , . 5 Q- Y- f x W iv Y 'sa M ' S-E-"iv " 3. f A N gg QQ I ' ri' Aa Slug V K 73 V - I f m 3511 'A -- 1'--1 f 'X Y, i 3, ' A L ---Nw " ju... ."'. 4 g.4!!,fQ ,YIM , 1 ' HM- - V nv- . I 'hx qj W if "" a n y Misa ' . - , 1 Q WL Y UNDERCLASSMEN 'ur A K. Drsererns Presldent 'U' NCQ 5 Apffel E Bac I Bedaeht I Beyer J oi Bahr D B Bresack M Blanton R Brehm BF UNIGRS v-ff lik Lrnne S Beckman R VN 1 o pert J Vrce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer af 1, L A K' I I JN Butler B .1 utts D Carson I Caywood S 4' la Ehrhardt C Elsbe md W Enderle C Ferguson R Fmdley C Fowler C 34 arnes D Barnes R Barnes R Barn es W oil own S Butler L Cormack G Davrs D Deck H Gelser S x 5 .A R Z: ' if ' x - , , B of J -I DL ' , B. ' , . , . 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U A UNIOR HIGH ROW ONE Charles W11son Ken Hagedom Ron Rooks Tom Weirich, Mxke Demck Don Henn Steve Caldwell Denms Smlth Mr Schlosser ROW TWO Denn1sWh1te B111 Meyer, Art Stratman Jxm Sprmger Bob Newman Nancy Wallbreck Vxckl Schmldt lane Westendorf JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SCORES FOR 1954 55 Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy U-4 7 rwvk! 1 ROW ONE Mrs Worlmann Mary Peoples Vaughnlta Tlmm Sharene Sch malz ROW TWO Jeannette Bozzell Elame Apffel lNl3l'Cl3 Droste ROW THREE Jeanne Overocker V1ncent Pfe1ffer PRINCE OF PEACE CONTEST For the flrst tmme 1n1943 Mt Healthy part1c1pated1n the state wlde Prmce of Peace Contest Smce then mt has become an annual event Th1S contest 1S sponsored by the Ohxo Counc1l of Churches for the purpose of promotlng peace 1n the world Recently Mrs Wortmann very grac1ously asslsted members ofher speech classes ln preparat1on for thls event Then on the even1ng of November 7 the contest was held 1n two of the local churches At the Methodlst Church Jeannette Bozzell Rosemary Morr1s Jeanne Overocker Mary Peoples and Sharene Schmalz took part Those at the Un1ted Brethren Church were Elame Apffel Marc1a Droste V1ncent Pfe1ffer and Vaughmta T1mm Rosemary Iviorms and lvlarcm Droste, the w1nners, recewed bronze medals, and were ent1tled to compete 1n the County Contest 50 1 , , , ., I 3 Y W t 1 i R Y , , , , J l t A ' 'v r E 1' g, A2 1 N Q f , Q t Y -' "A .., 2 7 Q.. 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'f-:""'-'i':'Ef1'2,::1f3?,i ' ROW ONE Marcra Droste D1ck Fuller Jayne Haefele Janet Cook Jerry Ernst Russell Brown Kay Amundson Carole Haefele Ron Brrcker Shlrley Hrcks Mary Brakmanls ROW TWO Ga1lCec1l Dav1dll1nson Ken Hage dorn Gerald Isaacs Rrchard Endres Bob Ferguson Judy Gettle Betty Hafer Larry Cutblrth Wayne Cook Don Henn Warren Erch ROW THREE Wesley Brown Jerry Cornelrus Audrey Dotzauer Douglas Cooley Darryll Hxn son Tom Bunnell Jack Frost Drck llettrrck J1m Hell Jerry Bedacht Howard Deck Leah Geeslrn Presxdent V1ce Presxdent Secretary Treasurer Drrector The Band has come a long way slnce 1ts beg1nn1ng 1n 1948 Just as Mt Healthy's orchestra was well renown 1n Cmcrnnatta good many years ago 1ts band 1S now w1nn1ng recogn1 t1on As 1n many organrzatrons, much oi 1ts progress 1S due to 1ts drrector Mr Gurnn, who has been w1th the group s1nce September 1950 Each year has brought new members more exper rence and good trrnes In 1950 unrforms were purchased but by 1954 members and member shlp had grown so that othernew un1 forms were bought The Band part1c1pated rn the Band Festrval at Greenh1lls 1111952 and the followlng year the one at Anderson, Last year there were s1xty s1x mem Davrd Leach Fred Rothacker Marcra Droste Ann Starnes Mr Gulnn bers rn the marchmg band and srxty rn the concert band The now annual tr1p to Columbus to see Oh1o State's football team and band 1n act1on began 1n the school year 1953 54 Members also enjoy the tra.d1t1onal PICDIC wh1ch celebrates the begrnnrng of summer vacatlon Thrs year the Band gave three con certs durrng the school term and two durrng the summer The outstand1ng feature of the year though was some thrng new and thrrllrng to the Band rts part1c1pa,t1on 1n the Competltrve Mus1c Festwal for d1str1cts eleven and twelve at M1am1 Un1vers1ty The Band recervedatwo rat1ng Thrs 1S equwa lent to "Excellent' , and so Mt Healthy may well be proud of 1ts band 1 1 1 l 5 , i 1 , . 5 5 f 1 51 f f 1 - fu l :'v 7 ' 1 9 Q 1: :L E45 .h ah A 1' K. 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I 1 - - , - . , , - , - . , D - - u 52 PROGRAM March 8 1955 STAR SPANGLED BANNER KNIGHTSBRIDGE MARCH ORLANDO PALANDRINO Overture THREE SKETCHES FOR BAND 1 Hayrrde 2 Spmtual '3 Barn Dance SYMPHONY IN B FLAT Fmale KISS ME KATE Selectrons TRIUMPHAL MARCH from Quo Vad1s INTERMISSION ENTRY OF THE GLADIATORS March THE ENCHANTED PRINCE Overture CURTAIN AT EIGHT A TRIBUTE TO GLEN MILI ER MARCHO SCHERZO HEY PEDRO' Novelty AMERICANS WE MARCH Errc Coats Franz Joseph Haydn John Morrlssey Paul Fauchet Cole Porter Mrklos Rosza FUCIR Seredy Harold Johnson Harold Walters arranged by Henry Gass Donaldl Moore John Morrrssey Henry Flllmore ROW ONE Mr Gumn Marybeth Lawler Raelene Jasper Ruth Locke Lrnda Stevenson Ken Rlchards Frank Moore Davrd Rernhardt Lrza Reynolds Anna Newton Erralee Wxnn Kay Osborne ROW TWO Jrm Kennedy Fred Roth acker Carl Lxsle Betty Rxce Terry Shotwell Bob Jones Judy Leach Peggy Rycroft Walter Spellmeyer Dennrs Metz Joyce Suttman Ga11Nott ROW THREE Cherre Nolte Davld Jensen Joe Wolpert Jack Zlnselmerer Davrd Leach Tom Rupp Lloyd Porter Fred Yowler Ken Serlkop Dan Snyder James Wallace 53570 S3 P ROW ONE Bob Jones Ken Darker Ken R1chards Nancy llarrrson Sharon Frentzel Frank Moore Ronnre Brrcker Jack Behr Mr Battle ROW TWO Lloyd Porter Howard Deck hm Wallace Carl Lrsle Rrchard Endres Don Kramer Davrd Fullerton Janet Carleton Davrd Hudson ROW THREE IackZ1nse1me1er V1ncenrPfe1ffer Tom Rupp lval Goodman Fred Rorhacker Howard Covert Jack Haskrns Harry Schrffmeyer ROW FOUR Dan Snyder Rlchard Imhulse Bob Graff Del Muckenfuhs Wesley Brown Darryll Hlnson Tom Behr Davrd Erchbush CA ERA CLUB Presldent Vrce Presrdenr Secretary Treasurer Advlser In 1946 at the beg1nmng of the sec ond semester the Camera Club was orgamzed 1n order to better photog raphy The next year lt was dec1ded that membersh1p would be l1m1ted to th1rty to aVO1d confus1on Wrth the money earned from the sale ofBas ketball Queen p1ctures, better photo graph1c equ1pment was purchased 1n 1948. Members also sold p1ctures of other events and groups, such as foot ball and basketball By the end of 1950 the club had bought a press type camera and a new enlarger Soon It became necessary to have an appomt Vlncent Pferffer Tom Rupp Nancy 1-Iaruson Frank Moore Mr Bartle ment to use the darkroom as 1nterest 1n photography had r1sen In 1953 a photography class was added to the lndustrlal Arts course, and many of 1ts members belong to the club Th1s year,as 1n the past, Camera Club has had photograph1c contests. P1cture takmg ab1l1ty 1ncreases after each one, as the faults and good po1nts are po1nted out by Mr. Bartle. For several years Camera Club has worked hand rn hand w1th the Zem Zem, and we owe many 1nterest1ng prctures to the shut ter-snappmg group. uf is lsgfmlmxs 1 w ? lf 3 13152-fri af: rf - ' ?E 5,5 E' . .T 31 3' -1 4 Y 5 3 C' 4 it . -at ' 5' 5 5 . -N " L , r - lr s Q, - , e 'T .1 - .4 .. . - " Q ' .. fl 4.2 ' .. .I gf x ,Q v 'I . V ,. , 'km A ,-ff? . . 1 ' . ' V 221.4-SS: 5iggTf.,',vi 2 4 yf'1l!V?,ff 'Trauma sr Q S I at " C . I. . I p . , D, . .U I v , . , . 2 . . I . . . . . . A : . . ..,. . . , . . - . , . 54 CLIE TES L TINA President ,.,,,,,,,,,,, Darryll ilinson Vice-President ,,,,,,, , , , Toni Lacey Secretary ,,,,,, , , , , , , Barbara Holt Treasurer ,,,, , , , , , Judy Kincaid Adviser ,.... . . . . ..... Miss Frost April, 1940, is the birth date of Clientes Latinae, better known as Lat- in club. That first year there were thirty-six members, two thirds of whom we re second year Latin stu dents In 1941 the group became mem bers of Junior Classical League, the national organization whose pins are worn by many ofthe boys and girls A Roman Banquet was given in 1942 when active members numbered fifty one For several years the club presented movies on personality and social eti quette They also sold hot dogs at basketball games for a while A few years ago Latin Club began to sponsor an annual contest for members of the first year Latin class. They offer prizes for good posters and scrap- books on Rome or anything related to Latin Some of these have been very interesting The picnic at the end of the school year is another tradition Miss Frost regular members and first year Latin students who have an average of ninety or above are invited to attend Many ofthe beautiful pictures we see in our school have been given by the Latin Club Clientes Latinae helps make Latin more interesting and enjoyable and proves to us that "Latin lives to day ROW ONE Kay Kuhlmann Carole Haefele Shirlene Dice Toni Lacey Virginia Kirby ROW TWO Kay Os borne Wayne Cook Barbara Holt Judy Kincaid Miss Frost ROW THREE Fred Yowler Parker Telford Joan Corley Betty Hafer Ruth Zimmerer ROW FOUR David Jensen Darryll Hinson Ed Hover Ujy F5 41 i II g - Q, 3 A H m C s . Q t b ' -A, , ,. , ' z A 1 1., ' as rf 1 ' -1 g Q - 1 f A '- ' .-, ., " , .. -7' 1 ' ' ' ' - fc- 'i,v:,Q . - 3 A 1 w :' A E ip -3- , wr!! 1 Y, X n v, -v '- - if ,Qs gp I J X if . h V:-',f.'A ' ' 1 ff , , 'Q ' 55 EL CLUB ESPA OL Presrdent Carole Lohr vtce Presrdent Deanna Qumlan Secretary Donna Qulnlan Treasurer Donna Ournlan Advrser Mrss Mtller Drd vou know that before 1945 Mt Healthy dld not know how to speak Spanrsh'P The languages taught then were Lattn and French Then on a brlght September morn Mrss Berta Mae lxlrller a Spantsh teacher by trade came that she persontlly mrghtadd the South of the Borderlanguage to Mt Healthy s currrculum So tn the students were not only speakrng the lan guage but ln the rnterest offurtherrng therr knowledge of our Latrn Amerrcan nerghbors they formed El Club Espanol Stnce then a yearly trlp to the Spanrsh Inn and a movre have become tradrtton In 1951 they rarsed money and bought a beauttful trophy case and rn 1952 they bought thetr own phonograph to play Spanlsh rec ords Thrs year they are workrng toward a goal of buy rng a televrsron set for the school We are sure the Spanrsh students past and present are grateful to Mrss Mrller for all the rnterestrng rnfor matron she has supplred and the fun they have had to gather studyrng Mexrco ROW ONE Donna Ournlan Jamce Roehlrng Carole Lohr Carmeleen Yocco Deanna Outnlan Mrss Mrller ROW TWO Robtn Jungklnd Judy Gettle Lrda Ness Merle Gruber Shrrley Brown ROW THREE B111 Davres Sue West over Sue Stoddard lvlarranne Huser Betty Rrce ROW FOUR KayGe1er1nger B11lGuthr1e Carl Pugh Glenn Schaaf Wayne Stoner C? ..... .... 4 - 4 lol: nl! .... ...... .. . ....... ... .. ..... .. ..... . 3 . . . , . 1 .. .J . . 1 . 1 ' ,, 1 , - I I 1 1 Y 0 - I -- g x I 4' . 1 V X V Q I . . ,A I ' V .1 - . . . . - , , . . . , v . - .- , , 1 . . , 1 - : . ' '. , . , . I 1 1 1 1 . I 1 ' . . . ,. A . 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 . ' I If 'Vt 'W CTT? ' ,r .. V' ., - i -rv, if .ave Q 'Q I ,X- A I T7 -- f , ' ' 1 r ' . 5 , I ' ' ll " sw , X-I '7 7 vu I , F: 4 -61. f-- "" 'J - " ' 57 XV" xi' -.. 1, 1 X L X.. o o agen E I iffv M 553.1 ... AL......e-o ROW ONE Harlene Bunker Judy Beyer Betty Hamer Janet Brehm Shtrlene D1ce Sharon Frentzel Myrna Bar nes Donna Sue York V1rg1n1a Krrby Kay Kuhlmann Barbara Holt Carol Huber ROW TWO Darla Deucker Claudra Hasselbusch Clarann Kamerer Judy Kmcard Jeanne Dxllon Mrldred Btesack Carol Fowler Rose Beck man Connre Kummler Carol Drerer Marcra Droste Raelene Jasper ROW THREE Sharon Dausch Barbara D1 serens Myrl Jones Ga11K1ssel Dlane Bowersox Carole Enderle Merle Gruber Judy Gettle Edwtna Krst Marlene Betty Hafer Carol Jaeger Janet Bach Charlene Hochscherd lni 1--. ROW ONE Jane Pansmg Pat Wessler Jackre Sauer Ruth Staubrtz Carol Lohr Barbara Mtller Ann Sloan Mary Beth Wrlger Joyce Muhlenhard Judy Salzman Janrce Roehlmg Carol McCorm1ck ROW TWO Shella Maher Barbara Purcell Alrce Sunderhaus Ruth Ztmmerer Joyce Schrermg Marybeth Lawler Kathy Sherldan Janet Murphy Marjorte Sunderhaus GarlNott Sue Stoddard ROW THREE Judy Westendorf Jean Overocker Shrrley Llnne Bobble Rref Nancy Tebbe Joan Rogers Kay Messtck Peggy Rycroft Carol Schurter Marr Lourse Ras mussen Carol Raabe Elmor Ryland GIRLS THLETIC ASSOCIATIO Presldent Barbara Holt Vrce Presrdent Claudra Hasselbusch Secretary Shrrley Lmne Treasurer Norma Koch Advrser Mrs L1lly The Grrls Athletlc Assocratron was orgamzed tn 1939 to promote good sportsmanshrp and to provrde a sports program for grrls Archery modern dance horse back rrdrng and rce skaung were taught tn addrtron to the usual sports and 3CllVlI1CS makrng up our present G A A,program. fWe look to those early days w1th some envy at so much t1me for playlj In 1943 the gxrls collected games for an army and navy hosprral The point system was created 1n 1944 to add a competrttve sprrrt and mcrease rnterest rn the club's actrvrtres, By 1947 there were erght members rn G A, A That year the club gave a haynde and sponsored a movre, In 1948 the grrls frlled Chnstmas baskets for needy famthes So rt rs seen that G A A has on IIS program more than sports alone Slnce 1950 the members have sold basketball prns at the games to rarse funds Two tradrtrons of G A A , the All around Semor Grrl Honor Rlng and the Honor Banquet, began rn 1945 and 1951 respectrvely The rmg rs presented at commencement to the semor grrl who has been voted upon as most representatrve of our school, The Honor Banquet xs held 1n recogmtxon of those students who have excelled rn sports and schol arshrp. These are hrghlrghts ofthe year's events . ll S 3 J, H Q M 1 H 1 g J , Finnerty, Linda Harris, Margaret Haering,Mrs, billy. ROW FOUR: Donna Sue Butts, Norma,Koch, Sandy,Bowman, R, R--J 'swf ., - - - VI ' .L L 1- Y I ' 5 1 Z ll 9 57 0 QA 61 ROW ONE Barbara Gurld Carol Sue Ehrhardt Rose Barnes Erleen Drllon Sharon Frentzel Nancy Harrrson Myrna Barnes llarlene Bunker Gerry Gausmann ROW TWO Barbara Drserens Sue Cumbow Shcrla Clark Jeanne Drl lon Dorrs Donahue Darla Deucker Claudra Hasselbusch Florence Dohrman Shrrley Brown ROW TIIREE How ard Bollrnger Jeannette Bozzell Davrd Hrnson Janet Carleton Carole Enderle Joan Ehle Warren Rrch Ron Hagedorn Wayne Erch Leah Geeslrn ROW FOUR Donna Sue Butts Sandy Bowman Drane Bowersox Brad Fuller ton Bob Graff Ron Blum B1llGuthrre Trudre Drerer Davrd llrcks Dorrs Anson Carol Auburn GLEE CLUB man Joyce Muhlenhard Betty Kuhlmann Kay Kuhlmann ROW TWO Marlyse Klenk Carol McCorm1ck Jane Pansrng Ruth Prtcher Barbara Holt Lrda Ness Donna Long Robrn Jungkrnd Joan Marun ROW THREE Char lene llochscherd Norma Koch Pat Tekulve Myrl Jones Sherla Maher Janet Merster Carol Jenkrns Carol Jaeger Jeanne Overocker ROW FOUR Davrd Martrm Charles Maher Tom Packer Car1L1s1e Jerry Lrstermann Ed Owens Vrncent Pferffer Stanley Imhulse 58 ' V - 'Y 1 1 -5 P f,'1'I. ' , . '1 ' W af X". I x nu A Al . 0 ' " K " - ,- N- ', ,,,: ,A 1' , , . , X j y I U ' , p 7 V .Q . D W Av 4 - I A ROW ONE: Mr. Veach, Connie Kummler, Jean Padgett, Joan Marston, Carole Lohr, Barbara Miller, Sylvia Nader- X 2 0 E ra , ' A1 J , 2 ' E :M X N I' ' 6 9 A L lt 4 'H J xr' 3 L ll - -- - ' Q 4 .D .' I --N . g W l ' - Q I 7 ai d VK 5 ffl! ROW ONE Betty Wersman Peggy Skeens Iackre Som Ruth Staubltz Iamce Roehlrng Mary Staubach Elarne Sherldan Elalne Taylor Ruth Zlmmerer ROW TWO Rlchard Spreckelmerer Fred Rothacker Carol Schurter Barbara Purcell Sally Schrmpff Nancy Tebbe Bobble Rref Joyce Suttman Jackre Sauer ROW THREE Norman Rrchardson Lloyd Porter Roy Weber Carol Raabe Don York Jerry Shannon B111 Rernktng GLEE CLUB Presrdent Carol Auburn V1ce Presrdent Janrce Roehlrng Secretary Rose Barnes Treasurer Edward Owens Dtrector Mr Veach The Glee Club IS one of the oldest orgamzauons at Mt Healthy lt began tn 1928 when Mlss Lulu Greener gathered a group of grrls from the upper classes for specral tramrng as a chorus In 1932 a srmtlar group of boys began to grve more attentron to srngrng And so the school had two frne choruses In 1939 as one of 1ts ftrst proJects the L G D conducted a school song contest, By vote of a specral commtttee, the prxze for the best Alma Mater song went to Donna Von Ho1le,and for the best Pep song, to Shtrley Haskrngs The Glee Club mtroduced these songs rn a musrcal revue program on radro. As years progressed the enrollment of the Glee Club mcreased steadrly untrl ll became the largest organrza tron rn the school In 1951 they frrst entered the Ohro Musrc Educatron Drstrrct Competttxve Festrval where 1n ensurng years they have recerved many f1ne ratings Last year the A Cappella Cholr was orgamzed and rt has appeared on several occastons More recently the Concert Chorus has been formed and rt too has sung at a number of events Tradrtxons of former years have been upheld durrng 1954 55, for the club sang at the Pnnce of Peace Con test and Jotned wrth the school band rn a Chrrstmas Concert, Mr Veach, the d1rector.certa1nly deserves avote of thanks for the splendtd work he has done rn trarnrng these musrcal groups of whrch Mt. Healthy can be proud f. 10 ,t r , Mme? f L? 434,-'F R . 1 ,, 5 9 'Q "si" - ., , xx-j 5 . '- . x l 77 7 s' ,, ,': - 5 . , .b I -Q W - 1:7 - B -' 5 x 9 ' A , H 2- , ' rs ., wr " 1' v ., 1 N , K , ' f Q ' , 5 f 4 , 'X I ....-i 1 . . . . . , . . , . . . 1 , s , . 2 1 n ' I I I I D I C . . y 1 . , . ...... . - Oils us ....... .... .. . .. ..... . .... . . . . . . . , i 5 l I I . . . . , I I I 0 0 s .. . . - I 59 ROW ONE Mr Wagner David Leach Vernon Bachman Gary Weitzel Bob Ferguson Frank Moore Ronnie Reber Howard Bollinger Dennis Murphy Fred Rothacker ROW TWO Ken Freler Ron Blum Louis Trtppel Bob Bar nes Alan Smith Walter Klenk B111 Hetzer Tom Sauer B111 Guthrie ROW THREE Bob Blanton Bill Murphy Glenn Sremer Terry Murphy Tom Packer Vincent Pfeiffer Jerry Shannon Stanley Hrcks Joe Wolpert Jim Mc Hugh ROW FOUR Norman Richardson Don York Don Wilson Bob Graff Jrm Heil David Kase Kenneth Schef HIY fel Jack Frost Stanley Imhulse Dick Hettrrck President Vice Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Adviser Norman Rrchardson Richard Hettrrck Stanley Imhulse Kenneth Freler Kenneth Scheffel Mr Wagner to create, mamtatn, and extend throughout the school d communrty h1gh standards of Chrrstran character ' Since 1934 when a H1 Y club was organized in our school its members have been doing their best to lrve up to thts the purpose of H1 Y organizations every where They have done a good Job This is illustrated in the service prolects they have carried on in the varrous programs and activities in whrch they have participated and rn their different forms of recreatron Back in 1938 H1 Y launched a school newspaper The Hitch Hiker flater chanved to Healthy Hrghltghts Q which w1th the help of L G D they publrshed until 1952 In 1940 twelve of tts members took a trip and visited Gettysburg Washington New York and the New Jersey coast H1 Y sent two representatives to the state conference at Dayton rn 1941 The next year the office of club chaplain was created The boys continued therr program of activities to benefit the school. The club sent a state senator to the House of Rep- resentatrves in the model legislature to Columbus rn 1952 and rn 1953 one of the members was elected Speaker of the House They also had a member in the House of Representatives and a Press Representative Last year they drew up a new constitution and sent rep resentatives to the Wilmington Conference This year they again participated rn the youth and government program The boys were undefeated rn the Ham11tonC'ountvH1 YBasketba11 League but they lost the first tournament game As a finale they challenged the faculty men to a game and got whipped The fel lows have acted as school hosts this year and have also set up chairs for assemblies Durrng the life of the club there have been dances parties and outings too so it 15 plain to see that H1 Y has a well-rounded program and IS living up to its purpose. HO E ECON ICS CLUB President ,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Barbara Holt Vice-President. . . Mari-Louise Rasmussen Secretary Marjone Sunderhaus Treasurer Kay Messrck Advrser Mrs Tyree The year 1948 marked the begrnmng of the Home Economrcs Club whrch was organrzed for grrls who lrke to cook and sew In rts f1rst year the club sold sandwrches at football games and made stuffed toys At Chrrstmas Easter and other trmes they vrstted the Emanuel Center as they have been dorng ever smce The club began to sell school supplres rn 1950 lt 1S now a famrlrar srght to see a group of grrls outsrde the home ec room door at noontrme sellxng paper pencrls and book covers In 1952 Home Ec Club sent tts frrst Sewmg Board Representatrve to Shrllrto s It rsqurte a complrment to thc grrl who rs chosen Thrs year s representatrve has been Marrorre Sunderhaus The grrls have conrrnued wrth therr regular actrvrtres thrs year and have often tempted us wrth the delrcrous aromas whrch drrft through halls and rnto classrooms QPlease grrlslj Thrs year the grrls vrsrted Emanuel Center and took stuffed anrmals and broom horses for the chrldren They have also donated sewtng equrpment for the home economrcs room In these ways the club has been helpful At the end ofthrs schoolyear the grrls had a progres srve supper whrchrsa frturrg way for any home ec club to end a busy year ROW ONE Mrs Tyree Judy Salzman Sylvra Naderman Ruth Staubltz Carole Enderle ROW TWO Gemma Lrstermann Barbara Holt Elame Sherrdan Joyce Schrerrng ROW THREE Sue Cumbow Alrce Sunderhaus Mar jorle Surrderhaus Raelene Jasper ROW FOUR Ga1lNott Marr Loulse Rasmussen Marranne Huser Nancy Teb be Kay Messrck T 3 -'s V7 7 C7 Y 5 C7 Q X.: .ri Q 5 5 -at E fl '- , n ' CE W fr 5 J 5 ' 5 fl 2 'I' 7 R - 3- 1: , iq tj 'Kim J V W LJ is ,, sf W . 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CD ROW ONE Mrss Mlller Vrrgrnra Krrby Kay Amundson Barbara Kopp Anna Newton I-larlene Bunker ROW TWO Raelene Jasper Donna Qulnlan Deanna Qurnlan Drck Fuller Kay Osborne ROW THREE Jeanne Overocker JanetCarleton Marlene Frnnerty Peggy Rycroft Marybeth Lawler Jeannette Bozzell Joyce Suttman ROW FOUR Judy Westendorf Garl L1s1e Betty Rrce Wayne Elch Dave Fullerton Carol Auburn HOOT HOLLER STAFF Edrtor Assocrate Edrtor Busmess Manager Crrculatron Manager Advrser The paper staff, orgamzed 1n 1952 1S one of our newer groups A good many years ago another group pub l1shed a newspaper known as THE TATLER Then from 1938 unt1l the t1me of the present HOOT 'N HOL LER the H1 Y and L G D kept the students 1nformed on school happen 1ngs Now once aga1n an organ1zat1on has been formed to publ1sh a news paper regularly In order to secure a name for the paper, the staff held a contest Mar1 le Greer solved the problem and won Carol Auburn Kay Osborne Jeanne Overocker Rosemary Moms Mrss Mrller the contest when she submltted the name HOOT 'N HOLLER W1th M1ss M1ller as adv1ser the group has made an effort to put out a paper regularly once each month Some 1nterest1ng and very enhghtenmg poles and op1n 1ona1res have appeared from t1me to t1me Durrng the year Just passed staff members enjoyed dmner and a movre 1n C1nc1nnat1 They also learn ed much about pr1nt1ng and publ1sh1ng a b1g c1ty da1ly paper when they made a tour of the T1mes Star Bu1ld1ng. , ,QA 'ff M any xafh 1 I 5 ' ,J 1 - '-D' 0' -111 I W " :. 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I LITER RY GOLD DIGGERS Presxdent Carol Jaeger Vlce Presrdent Barbara Holt Secretary Rose Beckman Treasurer Marjorrc Sunderhaus Adv1ser Mrs Whrte One day nrne gtrls were 1n our school hbrary looklng for some books whrch they seemed to have d1ff1culty 1n f1nd1ng You know thls place really needs a good stra1ghten1ng up' one g1rl excla1med lknow what "another g1r1 sard let's start a club for mam ta1n1ng the school llbrary now and 1n the years to come Ev1dently they d1d Just that because that group of g1rls formed the L1terary Gold D1g gers Club 1n 1939 ln 1942 durrnga meetmg there was a dtscussron as to who the best cook was lt ended rn a Progresswe Sup per whrch IS now trad1t1onal Another trad1t1on started 1n 1942 that was the Alumnae Party wh1ch 1S held at the home of the precedrng year's pres1dent Dur1ng the war they col lected books for the boys overseas add1t1on to the annual buyrng of books for Mt Healthy's school ltbrary Through the years the grrls have helped put out several newspapers they have bought many books wrth the money they have earned and Just recently they bought a f1l1ng cabmet Th1s year they saw TEA AND SYMPATHY and later they gave a talent show HEALTHY HIGHLIGHTS The year ended w1th the 1n1t1at1on of new members and the Trad1t1onal Progressrve Supper ROW ONE Mrs Whrte Marcra Droste Rose Beckman Erleen Drllon Carol Sue Ehrhardt Kay Kuhlmann ROW TWO Judy Westendorf Marjone Sunderhaus Jackre Sauer Claudra Hasselbusch Barbara Holt Judy Kmcard ROW THREE Margaret Haermg Cherre Nolte Carole Enderle Barbara Drserens Elaine Apffel Carol Jaeger ROW FOUR Shrrley Lrnne Marr Loulse Rasmussen Sharon Daush Janet Carleton Joan Ehle Carol Auburn C? 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M " x . .1 'rv X '- 7' J ' .. , '-F SZ' 3 fa' , J I EJ b A 1 . 1 l ., HQ ' 1 D f , ,gf . , - sl yr' 63 O60 ROW ONE Vrrgtnta Krrby Mrldred Bresack Betty Gustrn Rose Barnes Erleen Drllon Nancy Harrrson Shtrlene Dtce Kay Amundson Marlene Elsen Kay Kuhlmann ROW TWO Rose Beckman Raelene Jasper Darla Deucker Judy Klncatd Betty Hamer Carol Huber Harlene Bunker Jeanne D1llon Claudla Hasselbusch Carole Enderle Contue Kummler ROW THREE Joyce Hrnes Sandy Bowman Drane Bowersox Robtn Jungktnd Joan Ehle Marr anne Huser Sue Addler Barbara Jungktnd Lynn Johnson Inez Troth Sue Cumbow ROW FOUR Barbara Drserens Carol Auburn Norma Koch Elarne Apffel Sharon Daush Carol Jaeger Leah Geesltn Betty Hafer Janet Carleton N.. ROW ONE Elarne Shertdan Donna Qurnlan Janrce Roehltng Deanna Qurnlan Tom Lacey Ltnda Rogers Ann Sloan Sharene Schmalz Jackxe Sauer Pat Wessler Jane Pansmg Ruth Staubttz Mrs Ltlly ROW TWO Joyce Muhlenhard Sue Westover Kathy Sherxdan Marjorre Sunderhaus Kay Osborne Judy Salzman Joyce Schterrng Joan Retttg Altce Sunderhaus Gemma Lrstermann Carol McCorm1ck Susan Stoddard ROW THREE Shetla Maher Nancy Tebbe Kay Messtck Joan Rogers Jo Ann Labermater Marlene Van De Ryt Barbara Purcell Janet Murphy CarolSchurter Mart Lourse Rasmussen Joyce Suttman Martlyn Retttnger Mary Beth Wrlger ROW FOUR Judy Westendorf Elmor Ryland Carol Raabe Shrrley Lrnne Marybeth Lawler PEP QUAD Presrdent Erleen Dtllon Vtce Prestdent Rose Beckman Secretary Shtrley Lrnne Treasurer Joyce Schrerrng Advtser Every school should have a Pep Squ fl to cheer tts teams onl That was the talk tn 1941 So the students got together and formed the Mt Healthy Pep Squad It succeeded very well that year and drd much to bolster the spurt of the teams By 1942 membershad thetr own emblem and dressed unrformly for the games Thts fashton trend made tts bow at the ftrst Pow Wow whtch the grrls sponsored The year 1942 marked up another frrst as the group gave a banquet honorrng all the teams, Mrs Lilly However the organr anon was drsccnt nued xn the mtd 40 s In 1952 though the cry went up agam Let s support the boys w1th a Pep Squad! At that ttme the club as we know rt came tnto betng In the last several years the g1rls have made shakers chartered busses for games away and have whole heartedly glven therr loyal support to our athlettc teams They have done so much tn xmprovtng our school sptrtt that we should grve them a rousrng cheerl 3 L... J W , ci if ' I x , .5 - ' a S' ,ti J i as . . ., u v- vu -I I , e -x 3 Q G .9 '- -, - f- , 1, v I 1' , .1 , ' gi nh- xr , D Q s., k I A 1, 1, it V , v- ,ft I X! i - I-.. , v . : . . . . , . , 1 . ' , . . , , ' . . ' A , , . : ' . , . h . . , , . . . v : l n 1 1 1 ' Y I ' 1 I I . I I Q g f 5 7 ,Li , 3 Q V J lg 5 . E P J 1 , 2 J 1 Q J' 2 ,. t' - U ,,, U J J ri U W lg N Ks 'I 57, U . 1 L, 5 A -A M L - y 1 1 W A 'T' - ' ' Iv 1 J S f ' 2 O f - sw u -F ,T it or I. . ' : . . ' . ' . . . . ' , . l , . ' . . . . . . . . :r A I I I I 1 I b 7 . , , A s . 3 1 1 1 1 U 9 U ' . , ' 1 , 1 - 1 I I I I I " . - a.. . . ' , . - 'z.. ' . ' . i ' n . 0 . - ' I I 7 4 I .. . - .. . . . I - ' - no ' n ' ' ' li 4 ll ' ' ' ' . 64 STUDE T COUNCIL Presrdent Vrce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Advrser Student Councrl the newest of our orgamzatrons 15 fastmakrng anamefor1tself Although the club began to functton only th1s year ll has already undertaken several worthwhlle proJects The Jumor Red Cross Com mrttee frlled aSchool Chest wrth cooperatron from 1n drvrdual students and other clubs Thts was a brg proJect fora school our SIZC Student Councxl has also taken a brg step tn correctrng the congestron tn the halls and on the starrs by mstrtutmg a one way stalrs program The club also sponsored a campatgn to clean up our school campus lockers classrooms and halls Stu Carol Jaeger MarJor1e Sunderhaus Chertelynn Nolte Ken Freler Mrs Roach dent Councllkeeps us posted on IIS 3CIlVlIl6S by sendrng reportsto each homeroom after every meetlng It also encourages us to use the suggestron boxes so that we may have a vorce 1n our student government One of the club s most outstandlng projects th1s year was the prlnttng of a handbook for freshmen and new students Th1s wrll be avarlable 1n September Members of the handbook comm1ttee assrsted by the1r.adv1ser Mrs Roach gathered the rnforrnatron and wrote rt up Student Councrl has worked very hard th1s year an our hats are off to th1s f1ne organrzatron ROW ONE Mrs Roach Janet Cook Gary Weltzen L1nda R1ICh16 Tom Butler Tom Lacey ROW TWO Vrncent Pferffer JudySalzman DarlaDeucker Jan1ceRoehhng Barbara Holt Elalne Taylor ROW THREE Barbara Drserens Marjone Sunderhaus Jane Westendorf Gemma Lrstermann Chene Nolte Ken Freler ROW FOUR Sall1e W1e gand John Haskrns Carol Jaeger Fred Rothacker Ed Hover Glenn Schaaf Tom Bunnel 451 v1 NZ CI? . , . V . ' , . . . . . . . . ' r . . . . . . - . . I . . . A , . . d . I I , ' . I l . ' : I . ' ' . , . ' . ' . - 2 ' I I l l I I ' .f 5 J sf 'M 1 a as-'far i . 1 A . I I , r 5 f H g IJ A 1' " ' ... " I 'W E r , A Q 5 in E if 9 1, Q 4- I L B -V X 1:4 5 ' - W. 1 fy , U 'A I 65 amos K0 ROW ONE Mary Brakmants Barbara Holt 1-larlene Bunker Erleen Dillon Nancy Harrrson JoAnn Golde Marcta Droste Mrs Wortmann ROW TWO Joan Ehle Marybeth Lawler 'Wh 7 Ruth Brakmants Claudra Hasselbusch Merle Gruber Carol Jaeger Davrd Leach ROW THREE Vernon Bachman Howard Bollmger Wayne Erch B111 Hetzer Jeannette Bozzell Warren Etch ROW FOUR Carol Auburn Drck Hettrtck Janet Carleton Stanley Imhulse Ken Fieler Tom Behr Charles Maher OFFICERS Prestdent Norman Rtchardson Vrce Prestdent Davtd Martrm Secretary Treasurer Tom Sauer Adviser Mrs Wortmann SPOTLIGHT CL B O K kids are you ready? The curtatn s gorng up in one minute! That was the famtlrar vorce of Mrs Wortman on the night of Aprtl 15 1955 She satd thrs to the Sentor Class just before they presented their play THE EYES OF TLALOC In the audtence there were a few people whose memories faded back to therr mszhschool days The time was 1938 and two teachers Mrs Celta T Van Atta and Mtss Lulu Greener by name decrded that what thts school needed was a dramatrc club S adramattc club they got! It was composed of members from the Semor Englrsh class and they named tt the Spotltght Club Then ftrst play was EVENING CLOTHES Every year broughta new thespran group who studred makeup stage terms and scenery and who gave skrts and pantomtmes to dtsplay thetr htdden talents At Chrtstrnas ttme they presented a playlet for the student body and of course tn the sprrng came the b1g event the class play Midway through 1946 Mr Hendrickson took over and he was advrser untrl 1953 when Mrs Wortman came Qutte a few years have passed srnce the ftrst play but many people are grateful to the teachers who orrginated the Spotltght Club so that the students of Mt Healthy could become better acquatnted wrth the theater t :H E Q :asa -2 -A' F- f ,Fw 't - ,, N gg, 1 U xii Q: My K My A X 5, ' lv F , t 'Q' V 9+ ,lf '.. K- N Jn .Q 1 3, R ov 'ft . .. t Q lk' x. ' rn ' 9 ' . 1 1 . K, A , gf --.x at L i 4' ' J 1 1 2 ' 3 ff , , ' Q-14 ' X , r ' ,. R ts A . .K ! ' 5 ,V . ' I A A . y ' L V,,AA A fi yn, psf , ' "3 I U I I a ' I 1 I I ' I . . I I I I I I I - I I I I I I . I I I I I I I I . . . . . . . . . . . . N I sl I . I , I D I . . I : . . . . -D . I I I ' . lun: l ' I I ' , , . I .I I s . , I I ' . 0' ' 66 -.JN f ROW ONE Mrs Wortmann Jeanette Sper Peggy Rycroft Ga11Nremann Pat Wessler JanetMort1mer Neoma Martin Kay Messick Marr Louise Rasmussen ROW TWO Elinor Ryland Parker Telford Gary Wenzel Par Tekulve KenWa1rer Don Newland Jeanne Overocker ROW THREE Glen Siemer Don York Tom Sauer Harold Taylor Lindol Myers Ralph Brrckler David Martini Ken Scheffel ROW FOUR Don Wilson Norman Richardson Carl Srelzer Bob Blum B111 Murphy Bob Voss Vincent Pfeiffer B111 Beckman THE EYES OF TL LGF 'I HE CHARACTERS Amanda Simpkms Ezra simpkrns Pudge Rogers The Professor Tommy Tinker . . Nancy Howe .... Virginia Lee Byrd . Pat Gillis .............. .... Nawa........ Salvador Del Santos Ioan Ehle Howard Bollinger B111 Murphy Norman Richardson , , David Leach . . . . Barbara Holt Claudia Hasselbusch . . . Carol Auburn . . Stan lmhulse . . . .Don York Pepita Del Santos . . . ' .............. Janet Carleton A Rancher ..... . . . Dick Hettrick Y-TEENS ROW ONE Judy Day Kay Amundson CarolSue Ehrhardt Rose Barnes Erleen Drllon Myrna Barnes Shrrlene Drce Marlene Elsen harlene Bunker Rose Beckman ROW TWO Marcra Droste Barbara Drserens Sue Cumbow Darla Deucker M1ldredB1esack Jeanne Drllon Shel1aClark Judy Beyer Mary Brakmanrs Carole Enderle ROW THREE Janet Bach Sharon Dausch Sandy Bowman Shrrley Beckman Garl Chambers Joan Ehle Drane Bowersox Sue Adler Carol Drerer Elarne Apffel ROW FOUR GarlCec1l Janet Carleton Judy Eckel Donna Sue Butts Carol Auburn L 9'3- ROW ONE Mrs Roach Joyce Hrnes Carole Haefele Vrrgmra Krrby Nancy Harrrson Sharon Frentzel Barbara Kopp Betty Gustrn Kay Kuhlmann Carol Huber Conme Kummler ROW TWO Judy Krncard Marranne Huser 1 J d Gettle Lrnda Hams Garl Krssel ROW THREE Marlyse Klenk Norma Koch Carol Jenluns Betty Hafer Myrl Jones Caro emper Edw1naK1st Barbaralungkrnd Lynnlohnson Roberta Gray ROW FOUR. Charlene Hochscherd Leah Geeshn Kay Gelrlnger Marxan Grersxnger Carol Jaeger ROW ONE DeannaQu1nlan Joan Marston Janrce Roehlmg Carole Lohr Barbara Mrller Sylvla Naderman Joyce Muhlenhard Jean Padgett Jane Pansmg Donna Qurnlan ROW TWO Jud1Renner Jo Ann Labermerer Marte Noes Ka Osborne RuthMa1er Janet Murphy Ga1lN1emann CarolMcCorm1ck L1daNess Barbara Purcell ROW THREE Y Marx bourse Rasmussen, RobertaRe1f JoanRogers Ed1thLundrrgan Kay Messlck Joan Rettrg Gemma Llstermann k r Maul n Chene Nolte Sherla Maher Janet Merster Betty Rtce ROW FOUR. Shrrley Lrnne Jeanne Overoc e y Rettrnger Carol Raabe 7 'In-Q 68 4 Z. Y k 5 ' 1 2 X n v V' Q .4 W " ,sf f l E I . ra . .. I Q , Barbara Holt, Margaret Haering, Merle Gmber,'Claudia Hasselbusich, Rae ene Jasper, u y , , ' ' , A ' ' : I 1 U I I I 1 K Y 6 -I F- f A ' As.. fu V "' l N X h X, K 0 ,, I AV if - T . as 4 . f F, '- 5 'TTB J ROW ONE Mary Staubach Mary Beth Wxlger Vaughmta Trmm Lmda Rogers Sharene Schmalz Mary Wessler Ruth Staubnz Betty Wxesman M1ss Fredrrcks ROW TWO Sue Stoddard Joyce Sch1enng Ruth Telford Judy Salzman Ela1neSher1dan Elame Taylor Em1l1e Schmldt Iacquelrne Sauer Sally Schrmpff ROW THREE Ellnor Ryland Nancy Tebbe Marlene VanDeRyt Alrce Sunderhaus Marjone Sunderhaus Sue Westover Carol Schurter Frank1e Slbert Ruth Zrmmerer Y TEENS Presrdent Joan Ehle Vrce Presldent Exleen Drllon Secretary Chenelynn Nolte Treasurer Elame Apffel Advxsers MISS Fredncks ' Say W1l11e what are all those l1t le g1rls domg 1n the h1gh school gym 9" Those aren't l1ttle glrls, my boy those are the Curl Reserves They are g1v1ng a K1d Party and have to come dressed as f1V6 year olds"' That conversatxon took place 1n 1932 when the Curl Reserves a teen age branch of the Y W C A ,was or gamzed at Mt Healthy under the ad v1sorsh1p of M1ss Dorothy Curry A year later they gave a Prom at wh1ch one halfdressed as boys and escorted the other half to the formal dance Luc111e Ye rkes was crowned queen wrth V1rg1n1a Paul as k1ng Although they had an act1ve soc1al calendar they performeda great many servlce projects 1n the1r squads For 1nstance dur1ng the war they sent cards to serv1cemen on each hohday. Fmally 1n 1945, a btg event took placezboys were 1nv1ted to the Prom' Ken Fr1sch and Joan Hoy were the regal couple Mrs Roach Then 1n 1947 the name Y Teens was adopted nat1onally In the past few years, th1s organ1zat1on has pub l1shed a student d1rectory sold math pads sweatsh1rts and potato ch1ps Last fall the g1rls had thexr trad1 t1onal Recogn1t1on Serv1ce at he Chrlstman Church to welcome the new members A banquet afterward was served by H1 Y Th1s was November In December the Peppermlnt Prome nade was the b1g event w1th Joan Ehle and Norm Rxchardson the re1gn1ng pa1r The year was closed w1th the Mother and Daughter Tea and the P1c n1c at wh1ch the new offxcers were 1n troduced In the past few years Y Teens has been very fortunate 1n hav1ng two f1ne adv1sers mn the persons of M1ss Fred r1cks and Mrs Roach They have done much for the club wh1ch IS now the largest organ1zat1on 1n the school w1th 150 members A 1 E f f A 2 R . - v v .' ii 4 , ' f' S' A T 4 . -1 - U - 0 0 ... sl S 0 K, f ., f ' Q 4, , I I , , . q A . A ,, x , 2 ll S . f"'l it Q V Y ! , W , li er ,. :Q . ' . 'f , l I , . , . . ' ' ,' . .' . : . 1 . ' . ' ' . I I I q I A ' I ' : I D I I . I I I I 1 , . I . . . - 1 . - I ! l ,, . . l . . . - 1 ' 7 i D ' . . . . . . t , - . U . 1 l ' , - , - 69 ...- .sir-r-dw Y-7 K' if 5 aww MXL 1 .fm as t-3 an o O E92 'U O W Z sgm Sag SF: ssufgw Xml' ::1"'0 H 2 -o 390 v-W,-, "-229: SNS Zu- :JON wi: sew Q. 3 W za? E535 'O swf U 1150 B23 :EE Q na ZF? S555 E. ... or-cv -evo'-' ...mm 52- D' 5' Evsw :TSS 59 D14 55-'6' 5 D 'DT Umm v-1-3 O EWR? :ago C 5 -o 'o"3m ED fn? UE' 53 fr: Q E: F9 5:11 OO xi fl'-rr ! S' ZEM ZEM OFFICERS Edrtor Dxck l-Iettrrck Advertlsrng Manager Stanley Imhulse Crrculation Manager Kenneth Fleler Secretary Claudra Hasselbusch Advrser Mrss Frost Extra! Extra! THE MOUNT HEALTHY TATLER IS mtroducmg somethrng new to the hrgh school edrtor Fred Auburn wrote rn the school paper early rn the 1928 schoolyear We thrnk tt s about trme we have a year book So anyone who rs rnterested meet rn Mrss Frost s room Frrday afternoon Well they had that meetrng and rt proved to be the brrth ofthe ZEM ZEM For the next few years the staffs functroned together But in 1933 dlsaster struck! There was a fmancral reverse and neither the monthly Tatler nor the yearly Zem Zem could be printed However the Mt Healthy merchants generously lent a hand and the staffs presented a Tatler Yearbook Thrngs began to look better and the next year the ZEM ZEM was prrnted agam ln 1940. the staff began 70 to present cash prlzes to the year s outstandrng gradu aung scholars ln 1946 Fuzzy Zem Zem tntroduced Ollre Owl who krndly consented to became our mascot Some twenty frve years have passed smce Mr Au burn suggested the name ZEM ZEM and there have been many drfferent staffs but they all have had one purpose and that IS to brrng to you the student body an annual whlch wrll recall the happrest days of your lrves Thrs yearbook wouldn t be posslble wrthout a staffadvlser Stnce the begrnmng Mrss Frost has served rn thrs capaclty and that s qurte a record So we of thts year s staff are Jomtng with the staffs of prevrous years to grve a salute to the farthful servrce of Mlss Frost . 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I ' Y X A A ul hx ROW ONE Erleen Dtllon Tom Lacey Kay Kuhlmann Kay Amundson Shrrlene Drce ROW TWO Drck Fuller Barbara Holt Barbara Jungkrnd Kenneth Darker Drane Bowersox Judy Krnkard Ron Brrcker ROW THREE Howard Bolhnger Edrth Lundrrgan Marranne Huser Howard Deck John Hasktns Wayne Cook Shrrley Brown Ianet Carleton ROW FOUR Robert Barnes Kay Geurnger Davrd Kase Drck I-Iettrrck Tom Bunnell Fredrrck Johnson Kenneth Kase s 9,?'t I LL ROW ONE Sharene Schmalz Mar1orre Teats Frank Moore ROW TWO Ruth Mater Ltda Ness Janet Murphy Ann Starnes Kay Osborne Rutn Telford Elame Taylor ROW THREE Myra Taylor Sall1eW1egand Parker Tel ford Glenn Schaaf Tom Sauer Ray Rettrg Nancy Tebbe Sherla Maher ROW FOUR Dan Snyder Tom Packer Joe Wolpert Kenneth Scheffel Grles Pottmger Ted Seestedt Don Wtlson Glenn Sremer SCHOLARSHIP TEAM Students of Mt Healthy Hrgh School have been takrng the State Scholarship Tests smce 1930 At frrst the pre lrmrnary tests were grven at the Hamrlton County Court House but rn the early l940 s thrs was changed and the tests are now grven rn our own school The frnal tests are gtven at Mramt Unrversrty Durrng the twenty fxve years that Mt Healthy has partrcrpated several students have placed very hrgh rn the state and we are proud of them Those who took the frnals th1s year are BIOLOGY Marer Ruth Maler Ruth ALGEBRA II Murphy Janet Kase Davtd Lundrlgan Edlth Haskrns John GENERAL SCIENCE Wolpert Joe Brrcker Ronald PLANE GEOMETRY Wregand Sally Lacey Tom Snyder Danrel Darker Ken CHEMISTRY Cook Wayne Pottrnger Grles AMERICAN HISTORY Kase Ken Deck Howard PHYSICS Hettrrck Drck Snemer Glenn Dillon, Erleen ALGEBRA I Teats Marjorre Moore Frank Packer Tom WORLD HISTORY Jensen Davrd Schaaf Glenn Amundson, Kay Johnson. Fredrrck SENIOR SOCIAL STUDIES Bunnell. Tom Scheffel Kenneth Bolltnger Howard Wrlson Don ENGLISH IX Taylor Myra Fuller Rrchard Tebbe Nancy ENGLISH X Dtce Shrrlene Osbome Kay Taylor Elarne ENGLISH XI Starnes Ann Butts Donna Sue Schmalz Sharene ENGLISH XII Sauer. Thomas Carleton. Janet LATIN 1 Bowersox Diane Maher Sherla Telford Ruth LATIN II Krncard Judy Telford Parker Kuhlmann Kay SPANISH I Seestedt Ted Ness Ltda Huser Marranne SPANISH II Brown Shirley Gteringer Kay BOOKKEEPING Barnes. Robert RCIIIS. Ray Jungkmd. Barbar 3 ? f A ' A L YW, ., K , Q I 'el I Q4 I T I p was ff ,F Fi- J, I gk , " 5' - ' 'bt xg' ,Tw fn' 4,34 ' G All A .. ,ll , ' ,,f Q , . , K' If b -Q' N- 'LJ h J 4 V A xx.. ' ' Mk' Y ' - " L1 IEA vfv I ,., -- 7-1 f tt' M21 3 A A Cf: ,' Y ' I M" , ff s L I fs ' 43" -I 'M I A 'ss I I ' G we - fQ4z3I'if'.fr + 2 'f -H I' A 'lift fr? if NJ, 'Z A I sm -Q.-1 'V . Vkiuyk l.t'k.l4 :I ' V A 71 SCHOLASTIC HO AVERAGE 95 99 SENIORS Joan Ehle Drck Hettrrck Tom Sauer Ken Scheffel JUNIORS Davrd Kase Kenneth Kase Ann Starnes SOPHOMORES Kenneth Darker Janet Murphy Glenn Schaaf AVERAGE 90 94 SENIORS Carol Auburn Howard Bollmger Marcra Droste Barbara Holt Jeanne Overocker Elrnor Ryland IUNIORS Elarne Apffel Donna Sue Butts Howard Deck Barbara Drserens Carol Sue Ehrhardt John Haskrns Jrm Hell Ruth Menke Dennls Murphy Terry Murphy Cherxelynn Nolte Glles Pottrnger Sharene Schmalz Margre Teats Joe Wolpert SOPHOMORES Darla Deucker Jeanne Drllon Margaret Haenng Judy Krncard Kay Kuhlmann Ton1 Lacey Ruth Mater Jean Padgett Cecella Purcell Marvln Smlth Elarne Taylor FRESHMEN Ron Brrcker Torn Bunnell Brll Dav1es Gale Davrs Judy Gettle Marlanne Huser Fredrrck Johnson Sherla Maher kenneth Rlchards Myra Taylor Nancy 1 ebbe Sally Wergand AVERAGE 85 89 SENIORS Vernon Bachman Russell Barger Lo1s Brtter Jeannette Bozzell Mary Brakrnams Janet Carleton Erleen Drllon Nancy HHIIISOH Claudia Hasselbusch Don Hessler Robert HISITIBH Stanley Imhulse Carol Jaeger Marybeth Lawler Kay Messrck Rosemary Moms Janet Mortrmer Norman Rrchardson Pat Tekulve Parker Telford Don York IUNIORS Rose Beckman Carol Enderle Conme Kummler Shrrley L1nne Frank Moore Tom Packer Ron Reber OR ROLL Joan Rogers Fred Rothacker Jackre Sauer Carol Schurter Alan Smrth Bob Stehlrn Lrnda Strube Marjorre Sunderhaus SOPHOMORES Kay Amundson Wayne Cook Shlrlene D1ce Kay Grerrnger Mary Ann Grreslnger Davld Jensen Robert Jones Norma Koch Edrth Lundngan Kay Osborne Deanna Qurnlan Donna Qurnlan Betty Rrce Ted Seestedt Diane Sutter Fred Yowler FRESHMEN Jack Behr Howard Covert Sue Cumbow Carol Dreler Gertrude Drerer Judy Eckel Rrchard Fuller Brad Fullerton Leah Geeslrn Raelene Jasper Llda Ness Phyllrs Parker Joan Rettrg Lrnda Rogers Kathy Shendan Susan Stoddard Ruth Telford Mt Healthy's school year used to be d1v1ded 1nto srx terms rnstead of the present day four The Honor Roll, whrch was begun rn 1934, carrred the names of the students whose grades averaged B or better for the f1rst f1ve terms Some ten years later, the number system of gradrng came rnto belng along wrth four ten week terms Thedlvrsrons of the Honor Roll were 95 100 90 85 In recent years every puprl enrolled rn four major subjects whose work rs completely up to date for the frrst three terms 15 lrsted rf hrs average 15 85 or better 72 Dennis Scheffel Bill Murphy Ralph Jaeger . - i . . . z - Q - 94g - 89g 80 - 84. fs ring 4 UI if ' fr 49' SEATED Walter Korn Barbara Holt Claudia Hasselbusch Myrl Jones Carol Auburn STANDING Don Hessler Glenn Sermer Stanley Imhulse Jerry Anson THROUGH The YEARS The frrstgraduatrng Class of Mt Healthy Hrgh School consisted of two members This was in the year l895 ln the senior class of 1955 there are 89 members In the intervening 60 years about 1928 students have received diplomas Thru the years many of these alumnr have remained in and around Mt Healthy and their sons and daughters have attended Mt Healthy High School also The following members of the class of 55 represent the second or third generation of their farnilres to be graduated from Mt Healthy High School Student Jerry Anson Carol Auburn . ....... . Lois Ann Bitter .......... Claudia l-lasselbusch ........ . . Don Hessler . .......... . Stan Imhulse ..... . . . . Myrl Jones ............ Walter Korn . . . . . . . Glenn Siemer .... ..... Parent Edward Anson Fredrick Auburn Dorothy C. Wurth . . . Aaron l-lasselbusch . . . Arnold Hessler ...... Geneva Senour ...... Margaret Hilda Koehler ,,,,,. . Walter Korn . . . . . . . Gladys Meinberg . . . Glen T. Siemer .... 73 Father F ather Mother F ather Father Mother Mother Father Mother F ather CHEERLEADERS Kneelrng Mar1orreSunderhaus Iackre Sauer Barbara Dlserens CANDIDATES Jeanne Overocker Kay Messtck Barbara Holt Claudxa Hasselbusch Mary Brakmams Erleen D1l1on CANDIDATES Rlght of Dars Rosemary Moms Nancy Harrrson Marcla Droste Marybeth Lawler Merle Gruber Joan Ehle Janet Carleton Carol Auburn ON DAIS Queen Carol Jaeger wlth Co Captarns Davrd Martrm and Don York BASKETB LL QUEE The crowmng of a Basketball Queen 1S always a hrgh lrght rn any school year So back 1n 1943 the n1ne clubs then orgamzed got together and made preparatron for just such an event A Semor grrl was nommated by each club Then the campa1gn1ng began' Banners were draped all over, posters adorned every nook andcranny,and parades marched through the halls Skrts were also put on to mtroduce each grrl to the students before the vot1ng Frnally the great mght arr1ved, and the reserve team carrred a huge box to the m1ddle of the floor Out of th1s step ped the frrst queen, Mrss Thelma R1ley The Crowmng th1s year was just as exc1t1ng, although the campargnrng had qureted down somewhat The lucky grrl Student Counc1l's representat1ve, Carol Jaeger She was crowned by co captams Don York and Dave Martrnr Cheerleaders Barb Drserens, Jackxe Sauer,and Marge Sunderhaus, carrred 1n the crown, roses, and Jewel box Her Court consrsted of the followmg Mary Brakmanis Nancy Harrison Jeanne Overocker Carol Auburn Marybeth Lawler Kay Messrck Barbara Holt MBICIB Droste Ianet Carleton Exleen Dillon Merle Gruber Rosemary Morris Carol Jaeger loan Ehle Claudra Hasselbusch Band Camera Club Grrls Athletrc Assocranon Glee Club Hi Y Home Economics Club Latxn Club Lrterary Gold Diggers Paper Staff Pep Squad Spanrsh Club Spotlight Club Student Council Y Teens Zem Zem Staff .. .. . . . , . r n . . 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JU IOR SENIOR PRC I has worked hard to g1ve the Semors a ruce prom and the "M1rror Ball" l1ved up to themr expectauons The gym looked lovely dressed 1n 1ts gown of blue and whxte Hanglng from the ce1l1ng was a glass ball wh1ch re flected hghts over the floor F1nal1y the floor show was over and a hush settled over the crowd Then to the stralns of Deep Purple last year s lung and queen entered the gym ac compan1ed by the Sophomore servers When they were 1n the1r places It was t1me for the twelve cand1dates to f1le IH Suddenly all was so stlll you could hear a mn drop The crowns were placed on the heads of the new relgn 1ng palr who were none other than Barb D1serens and Tom Packer Surely th1s was a nlght to be remem bered by all CHRISTMAS PROIVI The even1ng of December e1ghteenth was an extra spec1al one at Mt Healthy H1gh School for the Y Teeners were g1v1ng the1r Chrlstmas Prom the Peppermlnt Promenade Red and whlte streamers wlth ghtter 1ng candy canes and a g1ant s1zed tree covered w1th rr1n1ature candy canes transformed the gym 1nto the lovel1est of fa1rylands Then after the floorshow came the long awa1ted mo ment the crown1ng' The lucky couple turned out to be Joan Ehle and Norm R1chardson Y? .L ,, . .1 . ' S , - ll ' ll , . . , . - . B , . A. . J , - L? , .. Q ' A , J ... For a whole year the Junior class ' I - v- , . . . . l ' 1 , , ' x , i I 1 . . - Q I I A . . . - - 75 T HEALTHY PARE TTE CHER To O O O O ASSOCIATIO OBJEC TS of the Nat1onal Congress of Parents and Teachers promote the Welfare of ch1ldren and youth 1n home school church and cornmumtv ra1se the standards of home hfe secure adequate laws for the care and protectlon of chlldren and youth br1ng 1nto closer relat1on the Home and the school that parents and teachers may cooperate 1ntell1gently mn the tra1n 1ng of the ch1ld develop between educators and the general publ1c such umted efforts as advantages 1n phys1cal mental soc1al and sp1r1tual educatmon Art1c al I Nat1Onal Bylaws 1954 1955 OFFICERS Pres Mrs Charles R1chter F1rstV Pres Mrs Ray mond Ke1th SecondV Pres Mr W1ll1am Welland Secretary Mrs Ed Mercer Treasurer Mrs Charles Mueller 76 T ' ' . T T . . . T will secure for every child the highest MT HEAI Tl-IY BA D BOOSTERS CL B Compliments to the Class of 1955 . J Music provides a means of expression that is of great value in the educative process. Our pledge, to further this phase of the educative process, is to provide the band with uniforms and aid in the acquistion of needed instruments. Mr. gl Mrs. Robert C. Osborne-President M . gl . . ' - ' ' M . 8: . ' - M . gl . ' . - I' I' I' Mrs Mrs Mrs S Clifford Jones Vice President David Moore Treasurer Clifford A Shotwell Secretary 77 THE CL LISS OF 1955 COIIPLIMEVTS BOOSTERS CLUB A CORDIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO ALL GRADUATES TO JOIN THE BOOSTERS Howard Hochscheld President Richard Malone Vice President Dudley Shultz Secretary Mrs H Owens Correspondlng Secretary Wrllram Eztel Treasurer THE MT. HEALTHY ATHLETIC !"'Y , J Q Q jj 'fj f x, 4 X y ff nn 1 J ff wwi 1 'Y " I- , A' ., 1 N ul w - A " M I 'if Art: :ls i ,T .L ' 15 1 ' -.- 'ff..-:.1.i1':?:ff ga Sports CHEERLE DERS , 4 JUNIOR VARSITY VARSITY Janice Roehhng Judy Kincaid Darla Deucker Nancy Harrison Jackie Sauer Marje Sunderhaus Barb Diserens Carol Jaeger According to the records Len Tebbe was the first cheerleader Mt Healthy had That was ap proximately thirty years ago For the next few years all cheerleaders were boys Then in l943 there were two girls and one boy As the forties rolled on the girls "took over" until we have the present system The Reserve leaders wore red blouses with little black Jumpers In 1950 they switched to red satin blouses and black skirts. The Varsity girls have always worn their black dresses with the red carnations. This attractive uniform has been copied by many schools. The girls this year have done an excellent job for the spirit of the school student body. Mt. Healthy is very proud of these gals! 80 milf' .2 " 'uf 773' ROW ONE Ken Kase Stan Gerser Charles Fels Jack Hasktns Walter Spellmeyer Dave Hrcks Glenn Schaaf Ron Rrttenhouse ROWTWO NelsonTroth B111Guthr1e Don Newland Jrm Waters Charles Maher Brll Remktng Carl Pugh Dick Huber ROW THREE Ron Blum Jerry Albrrght Stan Hrcks Butch Owens Jrm Hell Don York Bob Blanton Tom Packer Mr Schlosser fCoachj ROW FOUR Russ Barger Terry Hochscherd Don Wnght John Mc Damel Ronnie Reber Ken Setlkop RonOConnor ROW FIVE Mr He1zmanfAss1stantCoachj Walter Korn FOOTBALL Football has always been a favorrte sport at Mt Healthy In 1946 we changed from a srx man to an eleven man squad Owls became the name of our team rn that year and the Owls recerved a consolatton trophy ln 1948 Ollre Freese became coach That year the team had an undefeated season except lor a 0 0 tre and became Hamtlton County Champs ln 1954 George Albrtght led the state in touchdowns for the flrst three weeks ofthe season and brought more fame to the Owls Our team thrs year was small but aggresswe Havmg lost many ofthe lettermen the team had to be rebutlt Thrs was the flrst year for our new coach Paul Schlosser Co captams were Russ Barger leadlng scorer and Ron Blum who kept the spurt of the team hrgh throughout the season SCORES Prevrew Anderson Mt Healthy 0 N C H Terrace Park Sycamore Taylor Loveland Harmon Maderra Colerain Greenhills N .ms fn" ' wr. 1 ""':f- -R 'M W' - , 'fiiff ' - 0 . . . . 12 " " 6 6 " " 26 14 O 12 0 e o ' 45 7 ' 7 13 ' 27 6 47 7 81 N I KNEELING Wayne Cook flvlanagerj Butch Owens B111 Murphy Don York Ken Freler Tom Packer Bob H1sset fManagerl STANDING- Mr 1-lersman fAss1stant Coachj Russell Barger,Don Wllson Norman R1chardson Bob Stehlrn Charles Maher Dav1dMart1n1 Mr Hard1ngQCoachj VARSITY BASKETB LL Mountarneers was the name f1rst grven to the Mt In 1929 asrlvercupwasgrventhe team for second place rn the Hamrlton County Class B League The 1929 30 team wasthe frrst team to use a newly burlt gym That year the team advanced to the semr frnals 1n Southem Ohro Our 1931team saw anundefeated season In 1933 we became Class A but 1n 1936 we returned to Class B due to an rnsuffrcrent number of boys The year 1949 found us back rn Class A That same year our gym was Mt Healthy enlarged Thrs year steam played many exc1t1ng games The boys hard work pa1d off when they beat Taylor for the frrst trme tn several years The Athletrc Boosters hon ored the boys at a banquet at whrch Norm R1chardson was awarded the Most Valuable Player of the Year trophy Don York leadrng scorer and Dave Martrnr were chosen by the team to be IIS co CHDIBIHS Each boy on the team drd hrs part to make thrs basketball season a good one Maderra North College H111 Harrrson Mrlford Indran H111 Sycamore Loveland Anderson Terrace Park Sharonvllle North College H111 Glendale Taylor Colerain New Woodward Deer Park fTournamentj 82 9 1 'T nl, 'f ' , T 1 ' xl "1 K 1 4 A ' i g 'T 9 y y 1 - 8 N , - 777 ' zfxf . V , 1' AA . I A Healthy teams, but later this was shortened to "Mounts": ' . ' ' ' . . - 38 ' - 48 " - 50 ' - 59 " - 35 ' - 58 - 61 ' - 46 - 73 ' ' - 84 - 48 - 57 - 47 - 54 - 46 - '71 - '70 - 39 - 40 ' - 62 - 44 ' - 73 - 56 - 70 - 64 - 60 - 72 - 83 - 47 - 86 - 53 - 62 KNEELING WayneCookfManagerj Fred Boehner Ron Weddle Albert Srlber Warren Butler Denms Murphy, Bob H1ssetfManagery STANDING' Mr He1zmanfCoachj Glenn Schaaf Douglas Cooley Bob Stehlln Terry Hoch che1d Tom Packer Nelson Troth UNIOR VARSITY BASKETB LL For almost twenty frve years students faculty and fr1endsofMt Healthy Hrgh School have been cheenng for thejunror Vars1ty BasketballTeam though they have have not always been known by that name The Moun tarneers therr fr rst na me was later shortened to Mounts and was changed agatn tn 1946 to Reserves Slnce last year the boys have been called the Jumor Varslty In 1943 and 1946 they won for themselves the t1tle of Hamxlton County Champlons and tn 1949 they placed f1rst1n both the Class B Reserve League and the Western League In 1948 the State Athletrc Assocratron ruled that only sophomores should be allowed on the team but thlswas changed 1n 1952 to mclude freshmen and Jun 1ors as well The boyshad a busy season thrs year and thnlled us w1th many close and excrtrng games Hrgh pornt man wasGlen Schaaf The whole team worked hard and we are proud of them North College H1 1 Harrlson Mxlford Ind1an H111 Sycamore Loveland Anderson Terrace Park Sharonvxlle North College H111 ulendale Taylor Coleraln Taylor Mt. Healthy - 30 - Madeira - 35 " - 18 - '1 - 28 " - 27 - ' - 24 - 34 - ' - 48 ' - 38 - - ' - 39 - 20 - - 37 - 36 - - 32 - 44 - - 19 - 25 ' ' 30 - 34 - ' - 35 - 24 - ' - 33 - 30 - " - - 32 - 19 ' - 51 - 48 - ' - 62 - 16 - - 40 83 mum' sad-1 KNEELING Mr Hard1ngfCoachy B111 Murphy STANDING Fred Ferdon Ken Setlkop Terry Murphy Bob Graff Wayne Cook Jerry Bedacht Dennts Murphy Nelson Troth Char1esMaher DelmarMuckenfuhs DonW11son Stan Imhulse TRACK Coach Muskopf was very proud of hrs newly organtzed track team for they had Just taken th1rd place 1n the Hamtlton County School Meet That was 1n 1929 A few years later a ctnder track was donated by the Mt Healthy Welfare Orgamzatron and Brff Hoffman was now coach The years passed and 1n 1943 the team had copped f1rst place Jack Ramsey a member of the team had four blue rtbbons to hrs credtt But 1948 was the year' Mt Healthy not only took frrst place but they also set several f1ne records Ron Packer broke the county re cord for the half mtle and made a new state record for the one mrle The m11e relay team set a county record and took th1rd 1n the state The most recent achrevement 15 the frrst place trophy whtch our two m11e relay team won at the Lockland Night Relays thts year The team conststed of Dennts Murphy Don Wtlson Tony Maher and Stan Imhulse Mt Healthy can also be proud of lIS mtle relay team whrch placed htgh 1n every meet rn WhlCh Mt Healthy was entered B111 Murphy Dennrs Murphy Ken F1e1er and Stan Imhulse made up thts team A Sen1or trto B111 Murphy Ken Fieler and Stan Imhulse were the great scorrng punch tn the 1nd1v1dua1 events The team as a whole was composed of about thtrteen boys represent1ng each class rn the hrgh school These boys have worked hard and we are rndeed proud of them ,ff Y 110 at I XR , It 1 ' , ' " f' 1 oo.. 2, 3 1 ' K '-1 K , , ... 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Akr- KNEELING Don Newland Ken Fteler Glenn Schaaf Ronnle Reber Harold Taylor Parker Telford Rtck Johnson Gerry Gausmann Bob Hxssett STANDING Mr Herzman1CoachJ hm McHugh Tom Parker Ron Rrttenhouse Ron Weddle B111 Beckman Norman Rxchardson RonOConnor Don York Wayne Stoner Dave Fullerton fRe porter BASEBALL For many years Mt Healthy has had baseball teams These have been good teams ofwhrch we have been proud In 1951 at Crosley Fleld the Owls played the game whrch made them runners up rn the Regronal Tournament One of the hrghllghts ofthe 1955 season was the Tay lor game whrch we won 6 5 after ten rnnrngs Norm Rrchardson pttched the entrre game Competmon for the Hamrlton County Champronshrp thrs year was keen Four teams Sycamore Anderson Harnson and Mt Healthy were tled We defeated Anderson 5 1 and then met Harrrson for the decldrng game They won thts game 2 1 Eight of the boyswlllleave the team thrs year as they are graduatrng One of these rs the captatn Don York who recerved a plaque 1n recogmtton of hrs wm nmg abaseball letter each year rn hrgh school The 1955 season wasa good one for the Mt Healthy Owls and we are proud of our team SCORES Mt Healthy 5 " H 5 " -' 4 1 6 7 2 1 6 6 2 1 5 1 Wyomrng 2 Ross 8 Coleratn 1 Sycamore 2 Anderson 11 Lockland 8 H arrrson 0 Westem Hrlls 6 Taylor 5 Wyomrng 1 Read mg 4 Wrthrow 9 Anderson 1 Harrlson 2 ,4 Y Jai? W .ft hy- . J' 'u f s, ! ..i. :AVI f I, I, , A. I lsr, ' M . fn, A L iggvb LJ? 9 S v T 1, 2 M n -f"L1! , ' , ' ." , 75' It V " 'vul A Q V " V ' 1 W rin- 1 Y 3 . rw ,, , V xg f - Q rv :V ui Q v v Hr 8 Q 3 : , A H .. L, -Z U -I I 55 M , 1- V A11 .f 7 It ,Rip J n. 4 I ., 'A' nf Y 'H A 1 't Tr' 4' T H K ' aus 1 f 1 ' ,g . I i 'S S . T v 4 I VJ., . AH M 47' 7 Hs H H 1 Q '15 SL, rw-U ,, ,fn ,V I X J Q Z, 1 4 ,M ' t.: ,A , .. " f K' 'Q ' ' qsy' Skt T' v . ,W W I 5 5 1,1 , M Sz, 'Q at if n i1 Q is s gg F ' 5 A ' ,A . , . ' : . , ' , , ' , I l I ' D I I - 1 - . 1 u . p - , . 1 - . 1 . Q 1 I s ' . - ' - I I I . I 85 KNEELING JanetBrehm JeanUhlhom Marybeth Lawler Merle Gruber Judy Beyer Pat Wessler STANDING Nancy Ross Joan Rogers Shrrley Lmne Kay Geumger Carol Auburn Marlene Fmnerty Mrs Lxlly VOLLEY B LL Durmg the past year cornpet1t1on wxth other schools 1n g1rls' sports has been Just as keen as lt has been 1n boys' sports the coachlng of Mrs L1lly and M1ss Mt Healthy Quatkemeyer, played four ve ry excrt 1ng games w1th North College H111 and Colera1n Although the g1rls won only one game, they d1d learn much about The scores of the game were Colerain North College H111 The Girls'Volleyball Team, under good team -work and sportsmanship. . - 26 - ' - 36 " - 17 - " - 29 " - 22 - ' - 30 - 29 - " " " - 23 86 ROW ONE Raelene Jasper Janet Brehm Mane Sunderhaus Claudra Hasselbusch Ga1lN1emann Judy Beyer Pat Wessler ROW TWO Merle Gruber JoanRogers Nancy Ross Sh1rley Lrnne Kay Grermger Audrey Dotzauer Marlene Frnnerty Ga1lK1ssel Mrs L1lly GIRLS BASKETB LL For the last twenty s1x years Mt Healthy has had g1r1s' basketball teams Untll the Reserve Team came 1nto bemg they played double header games w1th the Vars1ty Squad Mr Matthew Duval was therr coach for a there was no mterschool compet1t1on Mt Healthy and the team faded out of the p1cture Th1s changed though, so that there 1S as much 1nterest today as there was 1n 1929 Th1s year's team played the ne1ghbor1ng schools and enjoyed the compet1t1on wzth these teams The North College Hrll Greenhllls Coleram North College H1 Greenhrlls Coleraln 9 number of years. Then for a while scores of the games were: . - 18 - ' - 34 " - 6 - ' - 17 " - 23 - ' - 26 " - 22 - 'll - 35 - 12 - ' - 26 - 38 - ' - 28 87 Good Schools are Vltal Today s Youth wlll lead the world Tomorrow MT HEALTHY LEAGUE EOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS Incorporated Walter Klenk .lane D Pansmg Wllltam F Pansmg C Stewart Cooley W Fred Welland Margaret Relster H J Hutchinson Lllltan Welland 88 Officers and Directors ,gv+.x f'1 ,A if 9 - ,v 4 f"C CALENDAR FOR 1954-5 Football already? Why sure! Practice begins. Teachers meet to plan for the school year. Motion for three-day week is tumed down. This is it! Back to school, everyone! Mt. Healthy ties with Anderson in Pigskin Preview at Colerain. The boys look great. Watch out, Freshmen,--initiation begins! Heh! Heh! Pep Rally. C'mon, you kids! Yell! Juniors organize and are rearin' to makemoneyfor the Old Timers' Prom. Curtain goes up on this year's Spotlight Club. Mt. Healthy loses first game of the year to N.C.H. Hey, Fellas, where's that old zip: Heap big doings in the evening -- the Pow Wow! First home game. We won it!! ! L.G.D. resumes activities. Object -- books. Canteen holds first meeting. Big turn-out! Election of Student Council officers. Carol Jaeger is the people's choice. Game with Sycamore. . .no comment Band travels to O.S.U. for football game. More fun, eh? Soccer begins in G.A.A. Watch da toes, puh-leese! Mt. Healthy loses to Taylor. Woe is us. A group of Y-Teeners go to Lenmary. J. Ehle suffers a severe case of frozen nose. Columbus sailed the ocean blue! Educational Program. Judy and Carl challenge Ping Pong Champs! Played Loveland at home. Well, ya can't win'em all! Y-Teen Recognitionservice and Banquet. Those lucky Hi-Y boys get to serve-f and eat. . .free of chargej Mt. Healthy is downed by Harrison. Aww. . .c'mon youse guys. Juniors and Seniors invade Handlebar for a chilly hay ride! Chemistry Classes visit the Water Works. Result: Make mine milk. Mt. Healthy ties with Anderson. We're gettin' there! Aday off! Southwestem0hio Teachers' Meeting. Now ain't that a shame?! Halloween,--"Trick or Treat" Seniors on TV. Tom S a ue r is going into the apple business! "Mug Shots" taken. Were you found guilty by not saying "cheese" 7 Big night for Owls - home game with Madeira: 13-7. Like we allus say, "Time will tell who has the best team." L. G. D. Slumberfmore or lessj Party First dance of the year - G.A.A's "Jersey1ump" A real success! Local Prince of Peace Contest at the Methodist and E.U.B. Churches: Congrats to Rosemary Morris and Marcia Droste. G.A.A'ers begin bowling: Wow, straight down the middle - of the next alley! Open House for parents. H'm'm'm Yippee! No school-Armistice Day. Senior Band in parade. Played Colerain away. Ouch! Gee, another day off! Tsk, tsk Hi-Y initiation - Two neck ties are popular fad. Nlogie "Magnificent Obsession" sponsored by Glee c u . Cheer-leading tryouts. The gals really have good un s! Ker?Scheffel doesM.H.H.S.proud by taking first place in Ohio History test! DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY 25 29 2 3 4 8 9 10 11 14 17 18 21 23 25 29 31 3 5 7 12 14 17 19 21 24 28 1 4 5 10 21 22 25 26 More vacation - Thanksgiving. Remember that diet! Back to the cell blocks" Diet for otten des ite warn .. ' E D - ing, but it was worth it. Care for some turkey hash? Vocational Guidance Program. For ,Irs and Srs at N.C .H. Firstbasketball game - home with Madeira. Well - it was close. . . Home game with N.C.H. Owls weren't their best: lost 59-50. Donkey Basketball game! The gym has a pretty hard floor, at that! Safety Assembly Program by the Speech Class. Ha Ha! Both Jerry and Dave have interesting pasts! Victory for Reserves over Harrison: 27-24 on home floor! The Varsity really showed Milford at an away game: 61-47 - doin' what cums nat'raly. Banquet for football team. Where do those guys put it all? Played at Indian Hill -- Gals decorate for Prom. Claudia ate only the broken peppermint sticks. Peppermint Promenade by the Y-Teens. King Norm and Queen Joan ruled over the festivities. Band and Glee combine for Christmas Concert. A big success. Christmas play, HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS , given by Spotlight. A much needed vacation at last!!! Merry Christmas! A lu m na e gather at Jo Klenk's home for the annual L.G.D. Alumnae Party. Happy New Year! Well, it couldn't last forever! School reopens fsighj Big treat! Spanish Club sponsors candy sale. Yummy yum yum! Mt. Healthy plays Sycamore. 'Nuff said Senior Scholarship Tests. The Wheels display their scholastic abilities. Home game - play host to Loveland. Posters go up for Basketball Queen. Have we got some artists! T-E-R-R-O-R-S! !! Exams Well. . .at least they are over. The grades. . .Let's talk about the Anderson game - away. Oh, well, blame it on the exams. Queen candidates are introduced to the student body. Report cards! Hey - the results weren't so bad after all! Hoot'n Holler comes through with another sparkling edition. Basketball Queen Crowning. Lucky girl? - Carol Jae- ger! Mt. Healthy downs Terrace Park: 70-39 ! Joyful night for all. Sharonville game. Juniors choose their rings. They're getting up in the world. Mt. Healthy loses to N.C.H. Boo Hoo L.G.D.'ers see play TEA AND SYMPATHY. Red Cross gives movie to encourage donations. Healthy vs New Woodward-Wait 'til next yearg we'll murder 'em! No School! Thanks, George! L.G.D. sponsors the Healthy Hi-Lites. Never knew we had such a talented bunch, did ja? How did ya like that "cat" chorus line? Seniors star again on T.V.-oh to be a Senior .... 91 'X "tg I Hr' 4 J . ' l 4 ,l r i : Q: - . M t '55 L , XA X x t ., 9 0 4 ,f is i.. 4--.. 5 -,Q K Q 9 March April 8- 15- May June 92 Varsity Basketball Tournament at the new U. C. Field House, Mt. Healthy loses to Deer Park. 62-53. We put up a good battle! Faculty wins over Intramural Team. Band Concert. We 're sure proud of you, band! Good -by Seniors! Have Fun at Washington! Seniors return from Washington. Sleep through Most of today. Z-z-z -z. Eek! white mice epidemic! What say. IHas- kins? Faculty vs. Hi-Y. Faculty wins again! Shucks, ya' jest can't beat em! St. Patrick's Day. Wear in' o' the green. .The Seniors are Awake! Assembly -Ted Parkinson from India. Sophs have decided to junk forks and eat Indian Style. fi.e. with fingersj. Pep Squad gives a dance-'tis the "Shamrock Shuffle". Basketball Banquet. A lot of Food was con- sumed by all! S-T -R-I-K-E! Baseball practice begins. Preliminary Scholarship Tests. The geniuses strut their stuff. First baseball game, -- we won! Baseball game with Colerain Easter program H e re c o me s Pe te r Cottontail. . .Easter vacation! Senior Play - - THE EYES OF TLALOC, an intriguing mystery! Home game with Anderson Qlostlj day of sorrow. . . Home Ec. presents style show. Congratulations to Marga ret Haering, new Sewing Board Representative! Played Harrison there and won! Keep up the good work, fellas! Y-Teens elect new officers. G1eeC1ub presents the "Spring Concert". Mr. Veach and his group come through with an- other hit! Hurrah! We win again in home game with Taylor! Man, we'te really goin' to town! Y-Teens lau nche s potato chip sale. Let's really sell 'em, girls! Scholarship team travels to Miami U. Ken Sche f fel comes out first in Ohio in Senior Social Studies! Congratulations, Ken! ! L.G.D. elects new officers. Mother and Daughter Tea. New officers are announced! L.G.D. Progressive Dinner, mixed well with Formal Initiation, and topped off with a slum- ber party! Wow, - what a concoction! Band entertains for last assembly. Mt. Healthy loses to Harrison in championship game. Tough luck. fellas. but it was a good season, anyway! Zem Zem electsnewofficers. Hi-Y induction of new members and officers. Our first Award Assembly. Say. why didn't we try this before? Pep Squad hikes to Winton Woods for picnic! Y-Teens has one, too. Picnic, that is! The big night! Jr.-Sr. prom, - 'Mirror Ball" A big success! Baccalaureate Service. Won't be long. now, Seniors! Memorial Day fno schoolly G.A.A. has picnic and announces newofficers. Senior Graduation! Glee Club enjoys picnic at La Sourdsville. S c h o ol ' s out! Have a wonderful vacation, everybody! 'HBH 9 Adverusements gf-F Tr' 4: 5, Sq C , YQ' ,wg avi:-'wi . .- er x 79912 1- I DEX SCHOOL FNROI LMENT 1954 55 The number 1rr1med1ate1y fo1low1ng each name 1nf'1cates the student's class year Ackerman Margaret Addler Sandra 10 37 64 68 Albrrght Jerry 12 17 81 Albrrght Nancy 8 Alexander Ltnda 8 44 Amundson Kay 10 37 53 62 64 68 71 Anderson Judy 8 44 Anson Dons 9 40 59 Anson Jerry 12 17 73 Apffel Elame 11 34 50 63 64 68 70 Arke Jack 8 44 Auburn Alison 7 46 Auburn Carol 12 17 59 62 63 64 66 68 73 74 Aufdenberg Armand 8 44 Atkinson Chloe Lee 7 46 Brakmams Mary 12 18 53 66 68 '74 Brakmanrs Ruth 12 18 66 Brehm Janet 11 34 57 Brrcker Ronald 9 40 53 54 '71 Brrckler Ralph 12 18 67 Brouse Beverly 7 46 Brown Russell 7 46 53 Brown Shrrley 11 34 56 59 71 Brown Wesley 9 40 53 54 Brunbaugh Patsy 8 Brune Bernadrne 10 37 Bryant Kay 7 Bunker Harlene 12 18 57 59 62 64 66 68 Bunnell Thomas 9 40 53 65 71 Bunte Larry 10 37 Bach Janet 11 34 57 68 Bachman Gary 9 40 Bachman Vernon 12 17 60 Backus John 8 44 Bahr Dale 11 Bahr Donald 9 40 Barley Barger Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Betty 10 7 Russell 12 17 81 82 Dave 11 34 Myrna 9 40 57 59 68 Robert 11 34 60 Rosalre 11 34 59 64 68 Barnhorst Davrd 9 40 Beckman Rxchard 9 40 Beckman Rose 11 34 57 63 64 6 Beckman Shtrley 10 37 68 Beckman Wrlllam 12 17 67 85 Bedacht Jerry 11 34 53 84 Behr Jack 9 40 54 Behr Thomas 12 17 54 66 Bellanca Mary 8 44 Berner Larry 9 40 Bessey Drane 8 Beyer Judtth 11 Brcknell John 7 Bresack Mlldred Brtter Lots 12 Bttter Nancy 10 34 57 68 11 34 57 64 68 17 '73 870 Burger Jerry 9 40 Burns Robert 10 37 Burr Larry 9 40 Butler Leland 11 34 Butler Thomas 7 46 65 Butler Warren 11 34 83 Butterfreld Wrllram 7 46 Butts Donna 11 34 57 59 68 Buzzard Joann 10 37 Buzzard Shrrley 12 Caldwell Steve 8 4449 Carson Joyce 11 Carter Paul 8 4 Case Kathleen 8 Case Rrchard 10 Caywood Shtrley 1 37 53 68 Chadwick Carole 7 46 37 68 Cecll Gatl 10 Chambers Gall 10 Chard Jack 10 Chard Ken 10 37 Chllds Patsy 9 40 Chrrstensen Nancy 7 Churchtll Robert 7 Clark Sherla 9 40 59 68 Cohen Rtchard 9 40 Cole Helen 12 Cole Mary Lou 10 37 ' 9 -- I 1 -- u s n o ' f U -- 44, ' '. -- '. . . 1 U. l N ..... i . , -- I -- . ,ee ' . - -- , ' --34 1 I ' l r ' --3 4 ' ' '-- 7- Barnes: William 11 -- 311 ' ' car1emn,'1aner 12 -- 19',54.59,62,63,64,66.68,71.74 , ' -- , -- 34 1 . " I -- 4 . " . . , , . . " 44 . l " p v I -' 37 l I . -- 1 1 I 1 1 -- 1 , 11 . 1 I v -- 37 ' ' f ' --44 ' '. -- . - -- . . ' . -- 46 ' , --46 ' .. I ' I . ' -- 19 Blanton Robert 11 34 60 81 Blum Robert 12 18 67 Blum Ronald 12 18 59 60 81 Bockelman Lmdalane 7 46 Boehner Fred 10 37 83 Bollmger Howard 12 18 59 60 66 71 Bowersox Drane 9 40 57 59 64 68 71 Bowman Patty 8 44 Bowman Sandy 9 40 57 59 64 68 Bozzell leannetre 12 18 50 59 62 66 Cole Robert 7 46 Columbus Anthony 8 Columbus Luctlle 8 44 Columbus Raymond 8 44 Cook Janet 8 44 53 65 Cook Wayne 10 37 53 55 71 82 83 84 Cooley Douglas 10 37 53 83 Corley Ann 9 40 Corley Joan 10 37 55 DOW S SOHIO SERVIC E B rr CLIFTON MP AT MARKET Henry Jaeger C Um esfy 4215 32 L dlo A Winton 8. Galbralth D Phone Ja 8947 DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY AL DISTLER Jeweler 1401 Ham :ron A Ja 6090 Mr Healthy STAN LFY SLHAEFFR FEED STORE JAckson 6297 CUSTOM GRINDING FERTILIZER SEEDS T872 Sprlnqdale Road R R Mt Healthy 31 Ohio Compliments . Of Compliments Of N W ,I , Q ' 77 N - J Tires CRh0iCPCf Meate Sz Poultry a eri Ac essories 'V I' i 4 U W Ve- We eliver X1 1 J .J A .. - , J - ,. .. i. .Ven . , . .2 . , WI.. sf' 4 BOB 8 DUDS 552335 KING 115 oulv 'Niki-P1 Boa 43 DUDS SOFT DRINKS SNACKS ICE CREAM cuAncoAL 317 aff 7 Congratulatlons from BOB 81 DUD'S Party Supp11es WINE MIXERS :ca Compllments to the Class of 1955 DECKS MEATS 2622 VINE ST. Cormack Grace 11 Cornelrus Jerry 40 53 Corrrck Sandra Courts Thomas Covert Howard 9 40 54 Craft Melva 8 Cullen Joseph 12 Cumbow Sue 9 40 59 61 64 68 Cutbtrth Larry 8 44 53 Darker Kenneth 10 37 54 71 Daush Sharon 10 37 57 63 64 68 Davres Wrllram 9 40 56 Davts Donna 11 34 Davrs a e 9 Davts James 12 Davts James 8 44 Davts Me vm 7 46 Day Judrth 9 41 68 Deck Howard 11 34 53 54 '71 De Hof James 7 46 Derters Sylvra 10 37 Derrtck Mrke 8 Deucker Darla 10 37 57 59 64 65 68 De Young Ronald 9 41 Dlce Shlrltne 10 37 55 57 64 68 71 Drckhaus Patrtcra 10 Drllon Erleen 12 19 59 63 64 66 68 70 71 74 Dtllon Jeanne 10 37 57 59 64 68 Drserens Barbara 11 34 57 59 63 64 65 68 70 Dohrman Florence 9 41 59 Donaldson John 9 40 Donaldson Joyce 10 37 Donohue Dorrs 9 Donohue Nancy 7 Dotzauer Audrey 9 41 53 Douglas Ronald 7 Dreter Carol 9 41 57 68 Dreter Gertrude 9 41 59 Droste Marcta 12 19 50 53 57 63 66 68 74 Eckel Iudlth 9 41 68 Ehle Joan 12 19 59 63 64 66 68 74 Ehrhardt Carmen 7 46 Ehrhardt Carol Sue 11 34 59 63 68 Elch Warren 12 19 53 59 66 Etch Wayne 12 19 59 62 66 Erchbusch Davrd 12 20 54 Elsbernd Wrlltam Elsen Marlene 9 41 64 68 Emmons Thelma 7 46 Enderle Carol 11 34 57 59 61 63 64 68 Endres Rrchard 9 41 53 54 Engle Barbara 7 46 Ernst Jerry 8 44 53 Felss Charles 9 4181 Fenger Terry 9 41 Ferdon Delree 7 46 Ferdon Fredrrck 10 38 84 Ferdon Jada 10 Ferguson Robert 11 34 53 60 Ferguson Thomas 9 41 Fleler Kenneth 12 20 60 65 66 70 82 85 Frndley Charles 11 34 Frnnerty Marlene 12 20 57 62 Frte Nancy Jo 10 38 Flannery Catherme Ann 7 46 Fowler Carol 11 34 57 Frank Thomas 10 38 Frasure Rosaltnd 10 38 Frentzel Sharon 9 41 54 57 59 68 Frost Jack 12 20 53 60 Fry Patrrcta 7 46 Fuller Rrchard 9 41 53 62 71 Fullerton Bradford 9 41 59 Fullerton Davtd 10 38 54 62 85 Funston Rtchard 8 44 Funston Wlllram 12 20 Furr Wayne 8 44 Garver Sara 10 38 Gates Denms 7 46 Geesltn Leah 9 41 53 59 64 68 Getser Stanley 11 34 81 Gettle Judith 9 41 53 56 57 Gtermger Katherme 10 38 56 68 71 Gilb Gayle 8 44 Goforth Elarne 9 41 Golde Joann 12 20 Goodman lval 9 41 54 Gozanke Paul 10 38 Graff Robert 11 35 54 59 60 84 Gray Roberta 12 20 66 68 Grresrnger Mary Ann 10 38 68 Gruber Merle 12 20 56 57 66 68 74 Guenther Mary 7 46 Gulld Barbara 9 41 59 Gurld Ernre 11 Gustln Betty 10 38 64 68 Guthrre Wrlllam 11 35 56 59 60 81 Haefele Carole 10 38 53 55 68 l-laefele Jayne 7 46 53 Haerlng Margaret 10 38 57 63 68 Hafer Betty 10 38 53 55 57 64 68 Hafer Carl 11 35 Hagedom Kenneth 8 44 49 53 Hagedom Ronald 9 4159 Hager Robert '7 46 ' -- 1 " 1 . 1 9 -- 1 I -- ' , 8 -- 44 , -- , 8 -- 44 y - -- ' - " 1 , --38 ' -'44 I -- 1 s , -- 19 ' -- '16 1 -- 41 ' - H-- 1' -- 16 '. -- , . . . 1 . 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WM A EFFLER Jewelry and Cufts Mt Healthy and College H111 Locke Ruth 10 '38 52 Lohr Carole 11 35 56 57 58 69 Lohr Norman 9 Lohr Patrrcta 8 Long Donna 10 38 58 Long Janet 10 Lorenz Charlotte 10 38 Metz Dennrs 10 39 52 Lotz Darlene 7 47 Lundrrgan Edrth 10 38 69 71 Lutchm Howard 8 Lutterbte Robert 7 47 Lutterbre Wrlltam 7 47 Maher Charles 12 23 58 66 81 82 84 Maher Sherla 9 42 57 58 64 69 rl Mahlman Frank 9 42 Mater Ruth 10 39 69 71 vlarqua Joyce 8 45 Marston Joan 9 42 58 69 Martrn Barbara 11 35 Martrn Joan 11 35 58 Marttn Neoma 12 23 67 Martmr Davtd 12 16 58 67 70 74 82 Maynard Dtane 10 McCorm1ck Carol 9 42 57 58 64 69 McDan1el John 12 23 81 Mclntyre Peggy 7 47 McKee Robert 7 47 McKendree Joyce 7 47 McLendon Sandra 7 47 McPeek Jan 10 Mechler Harold 11 Merster Janet 9 42 58 69 Menke Ruth 11 35 Mercer Wtllram 7 47 Messrck Kathertne 12 23 57 61 64 67 69 74 Meyer Meyer Meyer Mtller Mrller Mtller Miller Moak Moore Kenneth 10 39 Kenneth 7 47 Wrllram 7 47 49 Barbara 9 42 57 58 69 Grace Joyce 1 PCSSY Donna 7 Frank 11 35 52 54 60 71 Morgenthal Donna 7 7 Moms Rosemary 12 23 74 Morttmer Janet 12 23 67 Motz Davtd 9 42 Mount Barbara 9 42 Muckenfuhs Delmar 9 42 54 84 Mueller Jane 8 45 Muhlenhard Joyce 9 42 57 58 64 69 Murphy Dennrs 11 35 60 83 84 Murphy Janet 10 39 57 64 69 71 Murphy Terry 11 35 60 84 Murphy Wtlltam 12 23 60 67 82 84 Murray Maureen 11 35 Muskopf Davtd 8 45 Myers Ltndol 12 24 67 Naderman Sylvra 9 42 58 61 69 Nagel Emtl 7 47 Nelson Gay 7 47 Ness Ltda 9 42 56 58 69 71 Ness Ltnda 7 Newland Donald 12 24 6, 81 85 Newman Robert 7 47 49 Newton Anna 10 39 52 62 Ntehaus Rrchard 12 24 Ntemann Gall 12 24 67 69 Noes Marte 9 42 69 Nolte Cherte Lynn 11 35 52 63 65 69 70 Nolte Dennrs 8 45 Nolte Donna Jo 7 47 Nott Gall 11 35 52 57 61 Oberkorn Ronald 8 45 Ogg Gall 7 Osborne James 7 47 Osborne Kay 10 39 52 55 62 64 69 71 Ott Dale 10 Otto Terry 7 47 Overocker Jeanne 12 24 50 57 58 62 67 69 Owens Edward 11 35 58 81 82 racket tnomas ll 35 58 60 70 71 81 82 83 85 Padgett Jean 10 39 58 69 Panstng Jane 9 42 57 58 64 69 Parker Phyllts 9 Paul Judson 9 Peoples Mary 11 35 50 Perchemeter Anthony 9 42 Perkms Vtolet 8 45 Peters Ltnda 8 45 Pfeiffer Vrncent 12 24 50 54 58 60 65 67 70 Phelps Wtlma 7 47 Prtcher Ruth 10 39 58 Plummer Ltnda Porter Lloyd 9 42 52 54 58 Potttnger Gtles 35 71 Pugh Carl 10 39 56 81 Purcell Barbara ll 35 57 58 64 69 Purcell Cectlta Z --421 I I I : -- I l I I I I ' - ' ' '45 , " . . 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I-IILLTOP SAVINGS AND LOAN 7617 HAMILTON AVE MT HEALTHY Loans on Real Estate Savings Accounts Current Dlvndend Rate W7 Member 0 Federal Home Loan Bank PARENTS WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR FINE COOPERATION WITH US AND MR AL GUINN YOUR MUSICAL DIRECTOR RAY LAIVIIVIERS MUSIC HOUSE, INC 534 WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI 2 OHIO KING BAND INSTRUMENTS THE RICHEST CHILD IS POOR WITHOUT MUSIC 5 I II,I I I I I ' ' - 3 0 f NORTMAN DRY CLEANERS Mt Healthy VICIIIIIY CALL AND DELIVERY SERVICE TAILORING 7408 HAMILTON AVE MT HEALTHY OHIO PHONE .IA 6282 LOUIS NORTMAN If 9TABl15llfD19?7 COWPIIIIEN TS HEALTHY GARAGE suNco PRODUCTS COMPLIMEVTS CARL MULTNER Croc PTICS Mc .its Ve gc table PHONE JACKSON 7OI8 WE TREAT YOU LIKE A FRIEND FRUIT MARKET WINE BEER FRUIT VEGETABLES JA 9080 1 IL r-IAMILTON AVE I AF I MT. of I OPEN AIR -riunll .1 A 1 . 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HEALTHY SERVICE JA 7278 JA 2913 ouR ONLY LOCATION PORTER PRINTING COMPANY JA k 2472 REBER ELECTRIC SERVICE APPLIANCE INSTALL XTION I73I COMPTON ROAD CINCINNATI 3I OHIO HOUSE WIRING STAHLEY S SHOE STORE 4I48 HAMILTON AVE CINCINNATI 23 OHIO NORTHSIDE KI 6974 KI 5974 SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY DOCTORS PRESCRIPTIONS CORRECTLY CONSTRUCTED SOUTHERN OHIO BUSINESS COLLEGE 4I57 HAMILTON AVE NORTHSIDE DAY AND EVENING CLASSES STENOGRAPHY SECRETARIAL ACCOUNTING BUSIN ESS ADMINISTRATION COMP TOMETRY TYPING PHONE KI II70 OR WE 3238 im-cu"S wus ROY'S HARDWARE OUTLET 8645 WINTON ROAD FINNEYTOWN A Good Place To Buy JA 5429 7 u I . . l ,gig 23- L -1 ff I I I I Qi' -J' 'll' W ' I 'ff- rw! T5 - - , ,. ,,5 - li . 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RUOFF WESTERN a LUMBER INSULATION MILLWORK FOL ORS PLYWOOD INETS R0 ING HARDWARE PMNTS -6' I Q I Y ,B rl sell-4lpv.n....,. E' ai 'Q-ex WESTERN CABINET 81 MILLWORK COMPANY lumber decorative tnles 81 plank mlllwork plank weld plywood masonlte pittsburgh paint peg board roofing anderson wnndow walls WESTERN CABINET 81 MILLWORK COMPANY 6301 Colerain Mt. Airy JA 9194 xi f-1-S-.g.1:.,giitAS """'+, , , . , INET Q MILLWDRK CD. A I. A' ' "sumo,-mvtzm V .. ,.,,, N t . M., , ., I . , ' D r CAB OF - K I sac: . A I " " if: 1 if.'Z.i'i5"W 'I QM ......, A T, ' ,,.. - ..,r4,Y v ' , If ,Q ' , ,, V I 'sd , I ' A IQ lr " ,, - 'I ' I uf :INT - - ,, - I M, , - " A- p M' ,C ' , Q..... W., '- -,lr -f,.L'.'.f"1,, il 4+ Q' 'Q I -4 , 2- " A Q-n4..' - -'V'v.f.,y3q,L M I . . . . . . . . . 'I NICK WULLENWEBER 'CDOT FOOD STORE" BILL ULRICH HERFF JONES C LASS RINCS MNNOI NCEMENTS F F d , 9 sf:':No,:Ls. 'P . B Quality, De ' ' l L 1 4 V V ,ff ALMOST EVERYONE APPRECIAT Compllmc nts W F WRLLAND ol' -1 PHONE JAcks0n 8760 INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIOWIS 1 44 COIVIPTON RD CINCINNATI 31 0 ELECTRIC SERVICE Compliments PACKER'S SUNOCO SERVICE 1927 Cenlral Parkway TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSCRIES FRISH NQRTH 4 A Nswgfj COLLEGE HILL BIG BUY Q-.N ? K ' C pl t f DOORS BROS DAIRY V f 'Q by 1 '2 x .5-,I 'gl' 'J '35 .x::',-ff I A f'-H ,,.1b'l " ,fa GQ ' m Q3 v B w Q- 1 6601 HAMILTON AVE. 1 ! om imen S 0' u . F l-ww - LEITCH'S SOHIO SERVICE Phone JA 908' 7833 Harrnlton Ave Mt Healthy Oh1o CHRISTENSEN AUTO BODY SHOP BODY FENDER AUTO REPAIRING P AIN TING WRECKER SERVICE MOTOR REPAIRING Jackson I 6586 Jackson I 3105 Cllfford Chnstensen Prop Mull Road, R. R. 2, Box 471 Mt. 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