Mount Healthy High School - Zem Zem Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 156 of the 1956 volume:
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d1tor E1a1ne Apffel
Advert1s1ng Manager Barbara Dmserens
Pub11shed by the Zem Zem Staff
Mount Healthy I-hgh School
Mt Healthy Oh1o
Iirculation Manager - Jim Heil
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H1 ya' gang' I m Ollxe
Owl, your school mascot
Gee, I've really had fun w1th
ya th1s year So why don t
we rem1n1sce together about
' THE KICKS WE HAD IN 56
Remember Fred's smooth solo at the Chnst
Jim sure looked sharp Ln that whrte Jacket
he wore in the safety program grven by the
Here are the fxmshmg touches for thf
Chnstmas Prom That was a rught nom
wasn t lt!
Decorating for Homecoming was a job, but
we all had fun doing it,
So c'mon guys and dolls --
1et's get started through '56.
this is just a sample of some of the great times we had
Eeek' Spooksi Aww xt s Just the G A A members havm Halloween fun!
THINGS AND STUFF
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Everythmg was Jolly ull exams struck! Then the crammm began
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We had lots of fun in '56, I
In clubs and socials we did mix.
Yes, '56 was quite a year,
For mem'ries and friendships so dear.
GUI? CLUBS, DANCES, AND CANDY SALES
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. KEPT US BUSY, BUT IT WAS WORTH IT.
Keeping math pad sales straight is a job! Left to right
we see S, Schimpff fTreas,j, J, Schiering QV, Presg,
Mrs, Roach, Miss Fredricks fadvisorsj, C, Nolte fPres,J,
M, Sunderhaus QSec'yj,
The Y-Teens, a branch, of the
Y.W.C.A., is the largest organization
at Mt. Healthy. Due to its size, the
clubis divided into squads in order to
performtheir special service projects
more easily. Selling math pads and
potato chips, along with giving the prom
and participating in community proj-
ects, keep our gals busy.
ROW 1: S, Dice, B, Gustin, De, Quinlan, V, Kirby, Do,
Quinlan, ROW 2: K, Amundson, E, Taylor, C, Haefele
C, Reuter, K, Lemming, ROW 3: L, Plummer, S, Hicks
E, Lundrigan, E, Schmidt, C, Brown, ROW 4: P, Dickhaus
J, Westendorf, B. Rice, N, Wallbrech, M, Sunderhaus,
ROW 1: G, Stringer, J, Staubach, C, Yocco
ROW 2: B, Miller, J, Chambers, M, Staubach
P,Parker, ROW 3: C, Purcell, R, Staubitz, E
Kist,R, Locke, ROW4: L,Johnson, B,Jungkind
I,Addler, G, Chambers, ROW 5: S, Westover
D, Butts, J, Eckel, S, Linne,
FILL OUR CALENDAR
ROW 1: L, Rogers, Jo, Padgett, M, Gruber, N, Macaluso,
M, Van Guelpen, S, Hirsch, ROW 2: C, Huber, R, Maier,
J, Kincaid, S, Schimpff, J, Roehing, Je, Padgett, ROW
3: L, Krahling, J, Rettig, M, Noes, C, Jenkins, S, Beck-
man, C, Kase, ROW 4: C, Campbell, M, Rettinger, K,
Gieringer, C, Schurter, D, Maynard, S, Stoffer,
ROW 1: J. Marston, J, Muhlenhard, I, Pansing, C, Dreier, ROW 1: V, Timm, M, Biesack C Lohr E Shendan C
L,Waychoff, ROW 2: B,Diserens,D,Bowersox,J, Meister, Ehrhardt, ROW 2: I. Sauer B Wtesman, K Osborne J
A, Starnes, M, Klenk, ROW 3: S, Bowman, B, Huber, S, Murphy, S, Schmalz, ROW3 E Apffel C Kemper I
Stoddard, S, Maher, R, Jungkind, ROW 4: G, Cecil, L, Bach, C, Hochscheid, D, Terman J Schiermg
Geeslin, M, Griesinger, S, Wiegand, S, Hogue,
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ROW 1: L, Alexander, B. Frey, D, Schiering, 1, Albrecht, B, List
erman, I, Uhls, M, Wiesman, ROW 2: M, Bel1anca,J. Gettle, I
Leach, J, Langenbohn, P, Hempel, G, Listerman, R, Jasper,
ROW 1: K. Kuh1mann,A. Starner, D. Deucker, C. Kumm- ROW 1: M. Barnes, M.Wi1ger M Elsen S Naderman
ler, R. Beckman. ROW 2: R. Barnes, J. Dillon, I. Trorh, ROW 2: I,Sa1zman,C,McCorm1ck R Telford S Frent
B. Hafer, J. Mueller, N. Albright. ROW 3: S. Dausch, I. 261. ROW 3: K, Sheridan, N Tebbe A Sunderhaus C
Rogers. C. Raabe, J. Westendorf. N. Koch. M. Haering, Nolte, M, Craft,
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ROW 1 Mr Hammel D Murphy F Moore C L1sle
M Smrth L Trrppel W Spellmeyer R Jones W
Klenk ROW 2 A Smun l-I Deck D Hxcka W
Butler E Owens W Guthrre F Rothacker R Reber
R Barnes ROW 3 F Ferdon G bchaaf J Bedacht
R Blanton J Wolpert K Kase L Butler F Boehner
ROW 4 I Hell D Kase R Graff T Murphy D
Cooley D Bahr T Packer S Hrcks
SHI E THOSE SHOES GET EM CLEA
The I-I1 Y 1S the only all boy organxzatron at Healthy, and rt 15 a branch of
the Y M C A The fellows hold two 1n1t1at1ons a year, an annual candy sale, and
last October they had a hayr1de
Mrs Wortmann IS dorng her share by buyrng candy D Bahr l.SSh1I1l.I1glVlI' Hammel sshoes D Murphy
from Bob Graff Sec y D Kase Pres B Graff Treas look on
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J Sauer fTreasj rs showmg the new balance to K Amundson I Drlhon B Hafer N Koch andj
R Beckman QV Presj C Nolte fPresj S Lmne Murphy are watchmga Healthy H1 Lrtes rehearsal
fSec yj and Mrs Whrte advlsor
The Lrterary Gold Drggers mam project rs to buy books for the school 11
brary They do thls by sellmg programs and havmg candy sales Therr actr
vrtres rnclude gomg to a play sponsormg Healthy H1 Lrtes keeplng a school
scrapbook slumber partres an alumnae party and the tradrtronal rmtratron and
progressrve supper whrch welcomes the new members
THE SOCIAL LIFE OF THE L G D GIRLS
ROW 1 S Drce K Kuhlmann K Amundson I man ROW 3 I Gettle B Drserens E Apffel C
Sauer C Ehrdardr Mrs Whxte ROW 2 .I Krncard Nolte M Haermg M Sunderhaus ROW4 S Dausch
ID1llon A Starnes I Murphy D Deucker R Beck D Butts S Lmne N Koch J Westendorf S Maher
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S Frentzel Mr Bartle ROW 2 S Caldwell T Brown H Deck ROW4 I Zmselmerer R Graff
Rupp R Weber J Haskms R Brxcker I Beyer ROW D Schnelder T Bunnell D Scheffel J Bedachr
THE CAMERA EXPERTS OF OUR SCHOOL
Now hold st1l1 chck got lt" These words can be heard from any of
our school shutterbugs ' They not only take then' own prctures, but they also
develop the frlm and prmt rt' The Camera Club specralrzes rn takmg many of
the pmctures around school many of whlch appear 1n the Zem Zem
Thmk ll s clear enough? quesuons W Brown
QV Pres J asJ Haskrns fTreasJ T Rupp fPresJ
and A Stames fSec yj look on
Dark room work rs mteresung and un,
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Pres B Stehlm ts helpmg them select records to be played
rn the cafeterra
M Haermg fTreasJ I Roehlmg fSec yy and A
Smxth fPres 5 are helpmg Mrs Roach fadvrsorj to
f1ll some Red Cross boxes
WE ARE THE GOVERNING BODY
OF THE STUDENTS
Hear ye' Hear ye' Student Counc1l IS now 1n sessxon' Thxs IS the newest
orgamzatlon at Healthy havmg successfully completed 1ts second year We
feel that the Student Councll plays a v1tal roll 1n school hfe and government as
1td1SCL1SSeS the problems ofthe students then seekxng so1ut1ons for them They
have done much to boost school Splrlt, and thelr experrment of play1ng mus1c
1n the cafeterra at noon has made our lunches more enjoyable
ROW l C Ehrhardt J Roehlmg S Caldwell T lander I Westendorf D Murphy R Hawkms I
Moms J Lerbrook R Lutterbte Mrs Roach ROW Mueller W SpellmeyerJGett1e ROW4 S Beck
2 M Barnes B Wlest I Haskms M Sunderhaus man R Weber G Schaaf B Stehlm J Hell L
M Haermg,R Jasper J Padgett ROW3 I Quat Martrm A Smrth
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Brehm C0nn1eKumm1er IudySa1zman J SCh1Cl'lI1g
R Beckman K Kuhlmann ROW 2 J Beyer E
Kxsr G Nott B Dxserens M Haermg M bunder
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fTreasj S Lmne 1Presj J Westendorf C Hoch
BOWLI G BASKETBALL TENN S
The G1r1s' Athletrc ASSOC1at1OU or the G A A 15 an organrzatmn to pro
vrde planned ath1et1cs for g1r1s and to promote good sportsmanshlp Besxdes
then- sports and part1es they sponsor the Honor Banquet All Around Sernor
G11-1 Award and the Sprung Formal
Boy are you lucky a stnke and a spare!
Tlp xt to me
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ROW 1 I Uhls V Kuby I Kmca1d D Deucker man R Jungkmd C Ienkms B Jungklnd C Purcell
P Bowman J Albrecht S Dlce K Case B Llster ROW 3 R IHSDCY C KISI D Butts K Gleflflgel'
man ROW2 B Gu11d B Hafer G Hudson S Bow N Koch S Hogue I Bach S Daush
GI E LIS ENJOYABLE RECREATIO
ROWl B Mxller E Sherldan J Roehlmg, M W11
C Rocca ROW2 L Waychoff J Sauer A Stamer
M Wallbrech D SCIIICIIIIQ S Sch1mpff A Stames
.IMurphy ROW 3 X Schmurr J Pansmg,J West
Schuxter J Langenbohn A Sunderhaus
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lan De Qurnlan, G Kuby K Amundson ROW 2
D Fullerton S Naderman R Fuller K Osborne
R Maier I Sauer ROW 3 S Beckman B Rtce N
Tebbe C L1s1e R Jasper ROW4 S Stoddard J
Merster M Grresmger S Lrnne K Gtermger I
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E TRA' EXTRA' GET YOUR HOOT HQLLER
The purpose of the staff 15 to pubhsh a monthly ed1t1on of the Hoot'n Holler
As a specral event the staff usually v1s1ts one of the larger C1nc1nnat1 news
Hurry! Hurry! Deadhne s today' Here 1S K Amundson
Assoc Ed showrng some copy to Edrtor Ann Newton whrle
V Kuby fSec yy and De Q.11n1anQC1r Mgrj proofread
Do Quinlan rs Bus Mgr Q
Joyce rs puttmg the flmslung touches to her cover whrle
Kay and Jackre supervtse
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Elame Apffel Edttor Ann Starnes Sec y
hm Hetl Ctr Mgr Barb Dtserens Adv
Mgr dlscuss a layout
Counttng tax stamps ts a blg Job
The Zem Zem Staff 1S one of the bustest organtzattons tn the school I
December theytrted somethtng new by havtng a subscrtptton assembly After
asklt THE CASE OF TI-IE MISSING DUMMY they sold subscrtptlons and the
wmmng class recetved afree candle for the Pr1nc1pa1 for the Day Contest held
tn May Even though there 15 a lot of work to be done tt IS a lot of fun and
they are all Iooktng forward to that day tn August when the book comes out'
A YEARBQOK IS OUR GOAL'
ROWI K Amundson C Kummler J Murphy A J Dtllon ROW Il M Haermg T Rupp E Hover J
Starnes K Osborne S Schmalz Mxss Frost ROW II Hell D Hmson M Smtth
R Beckman C Nolte E Apffel B Dtserens B Hafer
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ROW I R Barnes C Ehrhardr A Sloan I Brehrn I dorf B Bhnron R OConnor B Rernkrng C Rube B
Mrller M Sunderhwus C Lohr Mrs Wortmwnn ROXX E er RO V IV K K se D Kass: D Brhr D Ho g
II R Beckman D Murphy A Snuth B Spreckelmerer G Pomnszer S Hrck
L Strube B Dlserens ROW III I Suttrmn J Westen
THERE S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS
ROWI G Hfrwkms C Kumrnler L Johnson J Swuer C Schurter ROW III W O Brren B Mwrrrn T P cker
I Beyer C Huber Mrs Wortmwnn ROW II M Ret S Lrnne E Jasper E Owens ROW IV D Staubwch B
Unger W Butler ,I Llstermann F Rothackerj Rovers Grwff E Seyfrred T Murphy XX H11ey B Bwumun
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The offrcers get together to prck out a play T Murphy Treas A Whrte Robe for Geraldme
Murphy V Pres J Hwskms Pres C Nolte I Sauer D Kase Sec ys
F Rothacker V Pres
lf you have ever heard shrreks of IS composed ofSen1or Lnghsh students,
laughter comrng from Room 4 on Fr1 and thrs year they had two f1ne plays
day no doubt rt was due to the antrcs of the one at Chmstmas A Whrte Robe
some Spotlxghters puttrng on a slut for f r Geraldrne and the annual Senror
the rest of the club The Spotlrght Club C ass play Cheaper by the Doz.
B Iungkmd E Schwab Mrs Wortmann ROW Il F IV J Bedacht J Herl R Stehlm R Sterber J Wol
Moore G Knost J Renner C Nolte I Troth A pert K Sellkop
Starnes B Wresmm ROW Ill I Haskrns C Hoch
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ROW I: S. Schmalz, M.Biesack, S. Schimpff. S. Brown. scheid, B. Guthrie, H. Deck, D. Butts, E. Apffel. ROW
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V Pres R Telford Sec y Judge a poster for the
The Ohxo State flag
HODIE LATINA VIVIT
HAEC EST SENTE TIA NOSTRA
CLIENTES LATINAE 15 composed
of second year Lat1n students They
hold thelr program meettngs 1n class
once a month Wh1Ch offers a pleasant
break ln the learmng of declenslons
At var1ous t1mes th1s year they
held bake sales to ratse money for an
ROWI M Wllger R Maxer I Salzman J Panslng
D Fuller J Muhlenhard Mrss Frost ROW II J
Rettxg D Bowersox S Maher B Mount K Shen
dan R Telford ROW III S Bowman G Davls T
Ohxo State flag for the school ln May
they sponsoreda contest for ftrst year
students who could enter elther post
ers or scrapbooks At thetr annual
p1cn1c they w1lI welcome flrst year
students who have made at least a 90
average ln Lat1n
Dr1er N Tebbe A Sunderhaus M Sunderhaus
ROW IV I Eckel K Sellkop T Bunnell R John
son S Wxegand J Lxmehouse
ROW I: Miss Miller, N. Macaluso, C,Yocco, B, Gus-
tin, J. Klein, M. Van Guelpen, I. Long. ROW Il: J.
Schwab, 1, Roehling, J. Leah. I. Gettle, R, Jungkind,
I, Kahle, K, Amundson, ROW 1IlgC, Kase, M, Huser,
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J, McPeek, D, l-lenn, B, Jones, J. Meister, B, Rice.
ROW IV: S. Stoddard, R. Jaeger, D, Hinson, D, Coo-
ley, W, Stoner, D, l-loog, B, Davies.
LA LECCION D HAY?"
Members of EL CLUB ESPANOL,
whichis composed of first and second
year students, have not only learned to
speak the language, but they have also
been studying the customs, manners,
Sue Stoddard, Sec'y-Treas,g Wayne Stoner, Pres.,
Miss Miller, adviser, Betty Rice, V,-Pres,, study
and dress of our South American
friends. Earlier this year they had a
dinner at Miss Miller's home, and
later on they visited the Spanish Inn.
Covering boxes for the Red Cross is fun
ROW I: L. Moore, D. Nolte, P. Wainscott, C. B. Hafer,
Fowler, S. Russell, S. Hicks, J. Cook, I. McKend-
ree. ROW II: G. Jones, J. 1-laefele, K. Osborne
A Starnes, K. Bushman, D. Reinhardt, A. Auburn
M. Bellanca, K. Richards. ROW III: S. Cumbow,
I Mueller, D. Maynard, P. Hernpel, G. Knost
F. Rothacker, Pres. is showing some new music to K
Amundson, Treas.g J. Wolpert, V. Pres.g B. Hafer, Sec'y.
The eighty-five piece band of Mt.
Healthy High is really something of
which We can be proud! They march
at most of the football games in addition
to giving various concerts throughout
the year. Early in the fall they boarded
buses to attend an Ohio State football
game which is a yearly custom. The
band is abusy organization with march-
ing, selling magazine subscriptions,
etc. And who could forget that yummy
candy they sold during their fall candy
R. Jasper, J. Wallace. ROW IV: J.
Stoelting. T. RHDD. D. Henn, S. Wie-
, gand, J. Limehouse, T. Shotwell, L. Cutbirth.
, ROW V: R. Bricker, G. McAninch, K. Seilkop, J.
Wolpert, D. Snyder, D. Hinson, J. Kennedy, L.
, Porter, H. Deck.
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BOTH MARCHING A D CONCERT BANDS
T. Springer. ROW IV: M. Huber, D. Smith
W. Etzel, R. Endres, J. McPeek, F. Rothacker
W. Spellmeyer, D. Metz. ROW V: B.Iones
F. Yowler, J. Cornelius, J. Zinselmeier. D
Cooley, T. Bunne11,I. Bedacht, K. Hagedorn
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ROWI R Barnes K Kuhlmann JRoehhng B Kuhl Long J Marun G Chambers B Dlserens S Brown
man J Sauer E Sherldan Mr Veach ROW II M ROW IV C Ienklns C Raabe S Lmne G Gaus
Barnes S Schrmpff J Pansmg B Spreckelmeler B man D HICRS
Wresman C Ehrhardt ROW III D Deucker D
OUR GLEE CLUB HAS MA Y
SINGING E GAGEMENTS
The Glee Club Concert Chorus
combrned IS the largest mlxed group
at Healthy H1gh Durmg the year they
have sung at varlous school as semblles
and at the Prmce of Peace Contest On
several Sunday evemngs durmg Lent,
ROWI S Frentzel C Lohr R Reber C Kummler
J Muhlenhard ROW II E Taylor J Drllon J Mll
ler C Purcell JBrehm ROW III M Klenk D
they took part m the serv1ces of the
Methodlst and Chr1St1an Churches
And, of course, who could forget therr
beaut1ful Chrlstrnas Concert whlch
ended wlth the tradrtlonal Hallelujah
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R Staubltz C Yocco ROW III L Starnes I Salz
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JW1esman I Kleln C Gtlhardt ROW II J Bachus Sherldan ROW lV I Martrn S Stoffer D Whlte
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YEA TEAM' FIGHT' FIGHT' FIGHT'
ROWI S Schmalz Y Schmurr E Sherldan C Reuter
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Sunderhaus J Roehlmg I Pansmg I Trothj Uhls
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ROW IV I Rogers M Rettmger M Van De Ryt C
Raabe Judy Wesrendorf C Schurter S Stoddard
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m1l1ar cry of the Pep Squad that orgam
zat1onwh1chcreates good old school sp1r1t
at our sportlng events These gals attend
all the games both home and away and
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derhaus, Sec'yg Mrs. Tyree, adviser: I. Schiering, made and modeled by the girls.
V,-Pres.: select some recipes,
SEWI G AND COOKI G FOR
The Home Ec Club is very active
here at Healthy. All through the year
they have been busy selling school
supplies to raise money for the Red
Cross. For pleasure they had two
dinnersg one at Mrs. Tyree's home
and the next, a spaghetti dinner which
ROW I: Mrs. Tyree, S. Naderman, I. Schiering, S,
Schmipff, G, Nott, E, Sheridan. ROW II: Y. Schmurr,
A, Sunderhaus, R, Staubitz. J. Salzman, M. Haering
they cooked themselves! Each year
they have a representative on Shillito's
Sewing Board and this year's repre-
sentative is Margie H ae ring . Next
year's lucky gal is Judy Salzman, who
was named at their annual style show
on April nineteenth.
ROW Ill: E. Kist, R. Jasper, S.Stoffer, A, Sunderhaus,
M. Huser, G. Listerman.
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ROW I: A. Starnes, K. Amundson, D. Butts, C. Ehrhardt, Mrs, Wortmann, ROW ll: A.
Smith, H, Deck, C. Raabe, D. Kase, F. Rothacker.
THE PRINCE OF PEACE
DECLAMATION CONTE T
The Prince of Peace Contest in an
annual affair sponsored by the Council
of Churches. On Sunday, November
fifth, Alan Smith placed first at the
Howard Deck ..................... Warfire
Carol Sue Ehrhardt ....... Love, the Only Weapon
Carole Haefele . . . . . . The Peace that Passeth All
Fred Rothacker . . ............... Dykes
Alan Smith . . . . . . The Psychology of Peace
"Black is sometimes called white, and white is some-
times called black, but. .
E.U.B. Church and Carol Raabe placed
first at the Lutheran Church. Carol
later won a contest in the Greater
Kay Amundson ................. Back to God
Donna Sue Butts ................... Warfire
Dave Kase ..... ...... T he Pattern of Peace
Carol Raabe . . . . . The Peace that Passeth All
Ann Starnes ....... .... lo ve, the Only Weapon
"Take a little walk with me. .
H EALTHY HI LIFE
H1' Summer s over and the gr1nd begrns Brg and
l1ttle srsters and brothers are urgently searchrng for
each other rn the utter choas of opemng day
P1gsk1n prevrew at Colerarn Healthy gals sport the1r
Ugh' A horrrble fate' We lost to our r1vals N C H
Freshres rn red bows and srgns are really gettrng the
works from those upperclassmen
I Suttman Judy Westendorf and B Rernkmg showed
therr SCULPTING ab1l1ty at a pottery demonstratron
Maderra was as wet as the weather We won' P S
Ray Sterber f1na1ly shaved as a result'
Batten down the hatches and put yourjalopres up on
blocks the Dr1ver s Ed students take to the road' '
Day of sorrows It ralned and our Pow Wow was can
We lost but we srnged Colerarn s whrskers to the tune
of 14 12
Flash' " It has been rumored that the Senror Boys
have a but don t breathe a word to a soul
Our boys are mud dogs we beat Indran H111 1n the
Some of our Y Teeners traveled to Lenmary for a 2
day conference Guess what Cher1e FERGOT? Her
PJ s of all th1ngs"
H1p' H1p' Hoo ray' The Band won the Knlght
Templar s trophy at a down town parade
X Ray t1me for Sophs and all new upper classmen
D1d you know that Nancy Ross has an extra set of r1bs?
We lost a game but the crownrng of Rose Beckman
as Homecomrng Queen cheered us up
The Band packed up and headed for Columbus to vrew
other bands at an O S U football game
G A A held a Hallowe en party rn the study hall
Wasn t Shirl cute 1n those Bermudas?
More fun' H1 Y hayrrde at Handlebar Terry Murphy
thought a sparkrng w1re rn the grass was some l1ghtn1ng
bugs shocklng tlme had by all' '
Rah' Rah' Southwesternohtoteacherconventton'
U C holds open house for the Wheels Senrors that
The trad1t1onalY Teen Recogntuon Serv1ce and Ban
quet was held today Who had the two desserts?
The Chem Class took trme out for a freld tr1p to the
Pr1nce of Peace Contest br1ngs two w1nners Carol
Raabe and Alan Smrth
No school? L G D ers have last hayrrde of the season
followed by a slumber party at K Kuhlan s Jack who
put the charn across the drrve?
Open House Glee Club Speech Classes and club
prex1es present a program explaunrng o ur school act
Greatest day of the year' We really swamped Green
hrlls who hasn t been beaten for 2 years and 1n a
snowstorm to boot Cheerleaders were voted on for
the comrng basketball season
The Dance Band played at the annual Thanksgrvrng
Band Dance A new type of entertarnment was pre
sented THE SPARKETTES'
Bus drrvers aged ten years today when they took the
Wheels fSen1ors of coursej to the L1brary
Ooooh my achrn back G A A gave an 1ceskat1ng
G A A serves those wonderful guys at the Football
Speech class presents safety program Gxles makes an
rdeal arch angel
Marge Sunderhaus and Wayne Cook got a tw1rl by the
Rollateers The Wheels had a 4 hour test
10 lndran H111 and Mrlford made us very unhappy
Glee and Band g1ve a Chrrstmas Concert Carol R
Vocat1onalGu1dance Conference was held here for Irs
and Srs from N C H Greenhrlls and Mt H to ans
wer that age old questron What can l do when I
A WHITE ROBE FOR GERALDINE a Spotllght h1t was
part of a Chrrstmas Program for the students
FORSTED FANTASY was the theme of the 1955
Chrrstmas Prom Dave and Chefle Rergned over the
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OLE grads come back to defeat our boys 51 42 1n the
Back to that ever delrghtful Joy SCHOOL" '
In playlng Anderson we were both hlgh scorers ever
tho we came out on the short end of the 86 60 score
Student Counctl sends representat1ves to VlS1I grade
schoolers at F1nneytown and Monfort Helghts to grve
them a gllmpse at our llfe here at Healthy
State Trooper came to grve a test and to rssue dr1ver s
llcenses to some mtghty eager new drrvers Beware
M1ghty Murph she ll be drtvxng a green Ford
20 Cheers' Cheers' 10 rnches of snow closes school'
A1n t that a shame?'
Ha ha Joke on the Wheels wh1le they were commg
back from a SChO18ISh1D test at Greenhrlls the1r bus
had a blowout and they were an hour late for lunch'
Exams' ' ' A hush settles over Mt H
More of the same
Phew' At last they re over' Boys sport cat argyls
at G A A Sock Hop after Sharonvllle game
Unfortunately we lost out to Ross Townshrp Afterward
at a Student Councrl record dance Jack and hrs s1ster
entertarned us Wllh some of the1r crazy Jxtterbuggmg '
The Band gtves us a concert w1th a novel trumpet
number Some of the trumpeters played from the bal
cony' Quxte an effect'
Campa1gn1ng lS 1n full swlng for the 1956 Basketball
Queen The 15 lucky candldates were 1ntroduced to
to the school today The group plcs for the Zem Zem
were taken so that day was qulte full of lnterrupted
10 That busy Iumor Class IS bakrng goodres to make
money for that well known mght 1n May
Sharene placed f1rst at Mt H tn Betty Crocker Home
The Day' Sh1rl IS our new Queen' The gang went to
HOWARD JOHNSON S afterward to celebrate Lynn
Johnson had a slumber party for the Sen1or gals where
the obnoxrous phrase uppy' uppy' uppy' was born
Our Varslty completed the day by wrnmng 1ts f1rst
game over Greenhllls'
The Wheels were really beat today after last nrght s
fest1v1t1es Faculty prcs w e r e s n a p p e d today at
Those lrttle Wheels the Iunrors have some well
earned fun at a Iunxor Class party
TheY Teeners braveda skatmg party at the Gardens
Our new H1 F1 record player was tr1ed out at the Leap
Year Leap Jerry and Smltty smelled strongly of
garlrc drdn t they? Wonder rf rt had anythrng to do
wrth the corsages Ela1ne and Barb made them?
The Wheels know graduatron 15 drawmg near for they
made two b1g dec1s1ons They chose announcements
and they prcked out the1r caps and gowns
Faculty showed who s boss at the tradrtxonal Faculty
H1 Y game
Healthy H1 Lltes mvaded the school for an hour s en
tertamment Man those Hep Cats had us rollmg tn
the a1s1es' '
L1tt1e Wheels are measured for rrngs That s the frrst
The Wheels hurry home to last mlnute packrng
Well the Wheels are off to Washxngton for 4 days of
fun' The Syndrcate stayed up half the ntght to
complete the1r 15 foot banner whrch announced the
class s arrrval
The Wheels stumbled off the tra1n thrs A M w1th the1r
battered derbles and canes plus 94 squrrt guns They
allagreed that uppy' uppy' uppy' has got to go' "
We had an assembly today on the MAGIC OF ELEC
TRONICS Joyce S was telev1sed and Ann became
engaged to a robot
The G A A went troprcal for IIS Sprmg Prom Marge
and Dave H ruled over the f8SI1VlIl6S
We had a very n1ce Easter Program by the H1 Y Y
Teens and Glee Club
The G A A ers washed cars today Wonder whrch
class WARSHED the most?
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Hear ye' Hear ye' W Spellmeyer is the
next year s president of Student Council
A week has now passed since M Sunder
ha us made her grand exit at play practice
by walking right through a curtain into
that hard wall
Those Y TEEN gals are at rt again'
Wanna buy some tater chips?
The Juniors had some more crazy fun on
a hayride while some of the Seniors lived
it up at a midnight spook show down town
and was rt scary?7??
By Ilngo' It SCHEAPER BY THE DOZEN
the Senior Class play and that is of gen
eral interest' How d ya like those red
Three cheers for I Hiel! He won second
place in an oratorical contest sponsored
by the Sons of the American Revolution!
A physics experimentworked today! Ask
Jack who was knocked flat by a 6 foot
spark of electricity!
The Wheels took an English test today
and one learned member of the class felt
that INVICTUS 1The Unconqueredj was
written by Rocky Marciano,
Healthy burns while K. Meyers starves!
So went one of the radio plays presented
by the advanced speech classes, Marv
Smith was Principal for the Day, . ,
were entertained at various intervals dur-
ing the day by his beloved collection of
"rock n' roll" records.
L,G.D. and HI-Y initiations stan today!
The HI-Y also had a hayride accompa-
nied by many hay fights.
I arn t got the money for the mortgage
on the cow and will you marry me
I need fifty proposals were familiar
phrases heard in the halls of Healthy
The Freshres had a hayride tonight
Hip' HID' Hooray' No school' B I E
The HI Yhad their banquet at Schullers
while the L G D went onthelr progressive
supper followed by the imtration and
slumber party at Donna Sue s home
We had an award assembly today' Didn t
know we had so many O S C s fOut
standing Cttizensy did Ja?
The night of nights' The Junior Senior
Prom' The gym was turned into a South
ern Garden and there was a bubbling
fountain with real gold fish in the center
of the floor C Lisle couldn t resist tak
ing a drink from it either' 1 Padgett and
W Spellmeyer were crowned queen and
king of this gala affair
Baccalaureate' The end IS drawing near
Did you notice that not one noble
Senror fell asleep due to last night s fes
Graduation' The crowd all flocked to
Spivey May s fora party So Long Sen
1ors' See ya next year at Homecoming
Hey wait' The Wheels are having one
last fling at their prcmc at Whitewater
Exams' ' The very word reeks of diaster'
Those crazy Juniors have a prcmc to cel
Well we finally made tt' The grind is
Happy vacation see ya next year'
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"Why were you late to c1ass?" At Mr. Smith's elbow is his stack
ofjazz records which he played at intervals over the P A system
during the day.
PRINCIPAL FDR THE DAY
This year the Zem Zem Staff
sponsored a new contest at Healthy
for the purpose of promoting the tax
stamps. The contest was among the
upper four classes, and the Junior
Class was the winner ! This gave them
the privilege of nominating three can-
didates, Ken Daiker, Darryll Hinson,
and Marvin Smith. Marv was elected
by the student body. So on May 3, he
was known as Mr. Smith, Principal of
Mt. Healthy High School!
"Your attention please' Today s announce
and Darryll make their campaign speeches. ments are. . .'
RON I N Macaloso C Hae Llc J Cook J S u W Coox D Smrth D Butts S Maher M Huser C
baeh S Schnmlz K I be De Q1 rnlan ROW II J Nlolte J Cattle ROW IV D Kase K Kase D Sny
lv run J Mueller I Lundrrgan lxl sunderhaus R der 'I' Bunnell C Schaaf G Pottmger F Johnson
Brrccer X Starnes J Krntard C, Broun R Miter J Kennedy D Hrnson A Stratman W Davles
E Taylor ROIX III S lxlegand tx Dancer J LEWIS
OLLIE S SCHOLAR HIP TEAM
PHY SIC S
In the prehmmary scho1arsh1p
tests at Mt Healthy 1n early Aprll,
these students, the top two 1n each
subJect,qual1f1ed to part1c1pate 1n the
d1str1ct tests at M1arm UH1V6TS1ty on
PLANE GI OMETRY
SENIOR SOCI XL STUDIES
Butts Donna ue
OLLIE S HONOR ROLL
Here youw1ll f1nd the names of the
students who have successfully com
pleted three terms +1115 year w1th an
average of 85 90 or 95 The averages
are based on full cred1t and half cred1t
subjects only and to be cons1dered
the student must carry at least four
AVERAGE 95 99
Je an Staubach
AVERAGE 90 94
Car ol Sue Ehrhardt
Mary Lou Cole
AVERAGE 85 89
Donna Sue Butts
Charlene Hochschexd Raelene Jasper
Cher1e Lynn Nolte
Mary Ann Gr1es1ng
Mary Jean Bellanca
Mary Van Guelpen
Mary Lou Wlnger
Erra Lee Wxnn
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In '56 part of the fun we had
Was supporting our teams--good or bad.
Football, basketball, baseball, too,V
Our teams really tried hard to please me
OUR TEAMS, CHEER LEADERS, AND QUEENS
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.ADDED EXCITEME T T0 OUR YEAR!
I-Iea1thy's stars! Ken is top lineman, and Butch
is the best guard. Hit him again, harder! Harder!
CO CAPTAIN ED OXNENS
CO CAPTAIN BOB BLANTON
LELAND BUTLER TOM PACKER
Left End JIM Hsu. Right Half
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Aufdenburg R Jones L Marum K Hagedom J
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM
Th1s 1S the team, made up ent1re1y
of freshmen, wh1ch had 1ts fans on
the edges of the1r seats over 1ts many
close games. Th1S 15 the f1rst year
for such a squad. It was begun to
g1ve the boys more expenence and a
chance for more part1c1pat1on. The1r
games were played on Fr1day after
noons and Saturday mormngs. Mr.
Stefan coached th1s squad. All of Mt.
Healthy was thr111ed when the team
shellacked North College H111 mn the
sem1 f1nals of the Inv1tat1onal Basket
ball Tournament and went on to defeat
Lockland,thus w1nn1ng the champ1on
shxp. Our hats are off to these boys,
our future vars1ty basketball team.
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Our Reserve Basketball Team or
Jumor Vars1ty as lt 1S now called
teams have by the teachers parents
and fr1ends of Healthy H1gh Th1s
KNEELING J Llmehouse R Jaeger R Rntenhouse
L Berne: A S11ber C Felss N Troth STANDING
I Rentschler R Johnson D Muckenfuhs W Stoner
year the boys won several games w1th
Larry .Tumor Be rner belng h1gh
th1s year and next year many w111
Jom the Vars1ty Team
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KNEELING R Jones I Hell F Boehner B Frgrhs
B Remkrng B Spreckelmeler D Murphy E Owens
These boys really pract1ced hard
th1s year, and several t1mes we had
close games The greatest basketball
trxumphwas when we defeated Green
h1lls the mght of the Crowmng Th1s
certa1n1y completed the mght' At the
Butler D Cooley K Serlkop T Packer R Steh
lm R Blanton R OConnor G Schaaf Mr Ste
annual Honor Banquet gxven by the
Athlet1c Boosters, Tom Packer was
named 'Most Valuable Player of the
Year" and he was also chosen to be
the Team s Captaxn
C..Pugh,W.'Cook. sTAND1NE3:'w.spe1'1rrieyer,Lf fan' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
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We have always been proud of our baseball
teams because of the fine showing they have made.
In 1951 they played at Crosley Field, and last
year they tied in the Regional Tournament This
year was a little less spectacular but still the
games prove to be exciting! The most thrilling
game was with N C H when we won 6 5'
TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME'
ROWI R Zimmerman G Corne11son T Shotwell
L Starnesl Ernst R Richley Mr Schlosser ROW
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Klenk D Henn ROW IV T Packer E Owens W
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meyer W Cook L Guy ROW II T Packer N ler J Bedacht B F1g1l1s
Troth K Sellkop R Jones W Butler Mr Stefan
RELAYS HLIRDLES POLE VAULT
Hamilton County Meet
aaa' 880 Yard Relay
91 440 Yard Dash
Track has been a good H1gh Jump
sport for us 1n the past and 100 Yard Dash
although we d1d not w1n any
meets we d1d place second 220 Yard Dash
1n three meets and th1rd 1n
two meets. It 1S certa1n 880 Yard Relay
that our boys d1d well even
though theywere hand1capped
by a lack of faC111t1eS.
Bob Blanton lst Place
Bob Blanton 4th Place
Jerry Bedacht T1e for Znd
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Warren Butle r
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CHEERLEADERS I Cook 5 Korn N Mrller ROW 1 R Rooks K Meyers C Wxlson W Etzel T Morns R
Mr Betz R Brown T We1r1ch R F1a1g G Hochscherd McKee ABSENT D Whrte
R Obercorn Mr Mack ROW II T Sprmger I Osborne
JU IOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
The Jumor hrgh guls have fun tool Rxght now they are havmg a party rn
thexr Home Ec class Don t the punch and cook1es look good!
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BASKETBALL TEAM KNEELING Mlss Kennedy M STANDING S Hogue R Jasper J Rogers A Sunder
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Schlerrng I Brehrn I Beyer Y Schrnurr C Campbell CDSC! 5 LIHHC 5 Maher M Sunderhaus J Schrerrng
THE GIRL LIKE SPQRTS TOC'
lnterschool compet1t1on whrch enables them to make fr1ends 1n other schools
Bes1des hav1ng a lot of fun they learn teamwork and good sportsmansh1p
VOLLEY BALL TEAM KNEELING Mrss Kennedy B ING C Hochscherd M Haermg J Rogers A Sunder
Lrsterman E K1st M Elsen N Ross Ia Westendorf h3llS S Hogue D Butts S Lmne K Grerlnger Ju
I Brehm I Beyer Y Schmurr C Campbell STAND Westendorf S Maher M 'Sunderhaus I Schlerlng
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Her Majesty, Shirley Linne
Everyyear there's a great deal of ex-
citement after exams, for it's time to se-
lectanew Basketball Queen, and this year
was no exception! Each club chose its
candidate, and the members began to make
campaign posters. Soon there was an as-
sembly to introduce the girls, and after
wards the student body cast their votes.
Marj Sunderhaus Jackie Sauer Elaine Sheridan
Home Ec. Student Council Hi-Y
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The Queen and her Court
Finally, the big night came! Valentine's
Day '56! Between the Reserve and Varsity
games, a hush stole over the crowded
bleachers, for the band began "My Heart
StoolStill". The SPARKETTES entered to
form an archway through which the candi-
dates walked. When the procession ended,
the Team's Captain, Torn Packer , crowned
Shirley Linne, and presented her with the
,fflij ,A 4,5 an 7,1 0
Judy Beyer Sally Schimpff Barb Diserens
Camera Club Latin Club Spotlight
HOMECOMING QUEEN l955-56
Barbara Diserens Judy Kincaid
Darla Deucker Janet Murphy
The pre-game parade Rose Beckman
G. A. A. Spring Formal, King
Dave Hicks and Queen Marj
Sunderhaus, March 23, 1956.
Y Teen Chr1stmasP1-om Kmg
and Queen Cherle Nolte Dec
ember 17 1955
Nothin' to it!
"Just a little bit
Senior gals are cleaning up after their Y-Teen banquet
New look for Senior boysl
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Ready, aim, fire!
Over, over, let's go over!
"The Case of the Missing Dummy"
'l Ain't Gettin' Nuttin' for Tris'mas"
The Candlelight P
The faculty was busy in '56, too,
With classes, meetings, and all they have
Our antics, our grades, make our teach-
ers turn gray,
But they know they'll miss us - gradu-
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OUR SCHOOL BOARD, PRINCIPAL, AND
WERE ALWAYS WILLING T0 HELP LIS!
FROM LEFT: Mr. Morris, Mr. Butterfield. Mr. Ralph, Mr. Bernhardt. Mr. Hartung, M
TraDD. Mr. Main.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mt. Healthy Public Schools
Chester Bernhardt ................. President
Vaughn Butterfield . . . .... . . Vice-President
Walter Hartung . . . ........ Clerk-Treasurer
Rex L. Ralph . . . . .Superintendent Of Schools
William M. Morris
MR REX RALPH our SUPERINTENDENT 1S
1nh1s offxce 1ook1ng over plans for the elemen
tary school bu11d1ng to be erected onCompton
MRS RUBY ROACH DE AN OF GIRLS IS readlng over
a Y Teen booklet rn her offrce She not only teaches
Crvxcs but ts advrsor to Y Teens and Student Councll
MR M D HARTZLER our PRINCIPAL IS laughrng
at a funny story one of hrs students rs telhng as he
lrstens to a vocauonal problem that has arrsen
"Iwas just adding the column of
figures," smiles CORRINE BAISDEN.
te a che r of Bookkeeping I and Il,
business law, commercial arithme-
tic, general business. salesmanship,
and Shorthand I.
We "shot" DON BETZ, coach of
junior high sports, just as he was a-
bout to go into the gym for one of
his phys. ed. classes. Mr. Betz also
has eighth grade history.
Here's JUNE COWAN, proudly
displaying some of the work done
by her pupils. She came to Mt.
Healthy from England this year to
teach art and eighth grade litera-
ROLAND BARTLE experiments
with electricity for his physics stu-
dents. l-le also has classes in chem-
istry and photography. Advising the
Camera Club and taking pictures
for the Zem Zem really keep him
"Hm-m, are those fish hungry or
not?" ponders BILL I. COOK, our
biology instructor, as he surveys the
aquarium. In addition to his scien-
tific interests, Mr. Cook gives
courses in American history.
'This little doo-dad is something
we work with in solid geometry,'
explains RUTH FREDRICKS, Miss
Fredricks conducts classes in Alge
bra I and II. plane and solid geom
etry, and trigonometry. She is a co-
adviser of Y - Teens .
"Well, the dummy's finishedg
now to get the envelopes drawn,"
plans ETHEL FROST, adviser to the
Zem Zem staff. Miss Frost teaches
English III and Latin I and ll, and
advises Clientes Latinae.
" Let's take it from the third
measure," ALVA GUINN, director
of Se nior, Junior, and Beginning
Bands, says as he gives a lesson to
one of his many students.
KENNETH HAMMEL must be
thirsty! He teaches the first section
of the seventh grade, advises Hi-Y.
and this year helped the junior high
organize a bowling league.
DAN GLEASON is keeping his
eye on an unusually quiet study hall.
Besides teaching Sophomore Eng-
lish, Mr.Gleason keeps busy advis-
ing the junior class.
MARILYN GUTTMAN ch e c ks
the addition problem of one of her
s t u d e n t s . Mrs. Guttman teaches
eighth grade arithmetic and practi-
We snapped WILLA MAE HILL
as she was on her way to lunch.
Miss Hill has charge of the third
section of the seventh grade.
"This line ought to go here,"
figures CHARLES HOFFMAN, the
mechanical drawing instructor. He
also teaches industrial arts, and is
a big help in study hall.
PATRICIA KENNEDY looks
thoughtfully at one ofhcr girls' gym
classes. She also has girls' health,
and is adviser to junior and senior
high G.A.A.'s and Pep Squads.
BERTA MAE MILLER shows us
some pictures she uses in her Spanish
I and ll classes. She also teaches
Englishl and advises El Club Espanol
and the Hoot 'n Holler Staff.
"Now, class, do you understand
the assignment? It'll be due Thurs-
day," explains CLIFFORDJONES who
instructs the second section of the
"Hin-iii, I wonder whit this is
gib0ut...", muses THOMAS MACK.
teacher of general and eighth
grade science, .is he looks into his
mail box. Mr. Mack is also n
driver training instructor.
"Class, this is how to put the
bobbin in," directs1EAN NEAL. in-
structorof junior high home ec. and
cight grade ljnglish.
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PAUL SCHLOSSER gets a thrill
from the rides he takes with his
driver education classes. Besides
this, he teaches economics and so-
ciology and coaches football and
"l hope this play'll do the trick.
says CHRIS STEFA N, varsity basket-
ball and assistant football coach.
Mr. Stefan holds classes in bo s
health and phys. ed. and world his-
Don't those cupcakes look good!
Home economics instructor, MA RY
TYREE, really knows the tricks of
her domestic trade, and so do the
girls in Home Ec Club which she
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dustrial arts instructor, enjoys work-
ing with his boys in the shop and
lfielping them learn something use-
MARY RUTH TRIPPEL thinks this
electric typewriter is tops. She
teaches office practice, Shorthand
Il, and Typing I and ll. Mrs. Trip-
pel is also the schoo1's treasurer.
"Well, class, what do you think
of the concert numbers?" questions
STEELY VEACH, teacher of vocal
music in elementary school, Concert
Chorus, and Glee Club.
"This book should have the in-
formation you need," states HELEN
WHITE, our school librarian. Mrs.
White advises the Literary Gold Dig-
gers as well as maintaining the li-
Here'sVERA ERNST. school sec-
retary, busy at one of her manyjobs.
Her cheery smile helps to brighten
up everyone's day!
Tl-IELMA WORTMA NN got akick
out of that last speech! She teach-
es English 1V and Speech I and Il.
and is also adviser to the Spotlight
Club. She's a busy woman!
"I hope you will feel better" is a
familiar statement from MARY
MEYER, our school nurse, as she
gives us permission to go home
"Care for some coffee n' cake?" HSHYYY. this is really good!"
A11 the underclassmen, Seniors , too,
Enjoyed '56 through n' through.
In June Seniors depart on their way,
But the rest will return another day.
CUR CLASSMATES, PALS, AND SENICDRS
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Seated around the table from left to right we see Mrs Eleanor Eldred
Mrs Mary Case Mrs Mary Graham Mrs Lucy Madson Mrs Clara Hude
pohl and Mrs Cora Luechauer the Cafeteria Manager
Before the hubbub of
lunch begins, the cooks
take time out from a
busy morning of pre-
paring the noon lunch
to eat their own lunch.
FAMILIAR FACES AROU D SCHOOL
The school custo
dians are assembled in
the well known boiler
room for a bit of re
laxation after cleaning
the halls and the rooms
Left to right we see Howard Sertz Montgomery Morrison Ida Koehler and
Wesley Faller Maintenance Supervrsor
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"Oh, Butch, I'd love to go!"
THE I9 6 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM.
"Here's our a c ce pta n c e says Judy, as Elaine Taylor
hands her an invitation.
"52y.Joyce, wouldja' like to go to
the Prom on May 2657"
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having tie troubles.
.THE SOLITHER G RDENS FI ALLY ARRIVES!
"Oooh, thank you" exclaims Elaine to Jerry as they get
ready to leave for the Prom.
Then later on at the dance, Queen lean
and King Walt gaze at the beautiful bub-
bling fountain on the middle of the gym
THE SENIOR CLASS
' OF I956
C KIIM K LE!
ELAINE KAY APFFEL
Basketball Queen Candrdate 4 Class Offrcer 1 Cl1entes
Latmae 1 2 G A A 1 2 4 Glee 1 2 Honor Roll 1 2 3
Hoot n Holler Staff 2 L G D 2 3 4 Pep Squad 1 2 3 4
Prrnce of Peace Contest 3 Scho1arsh1p Team 1 2 Spot
lxght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4 Zem Zem Staff 3 4
GA A 34 Pep Squad4 Y Teens34
DALE BA HR
Spotllght Club 4
ROBERT JAY BARNES
Football Manager 1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Scholarshrp Team
ROSA LIE BARNES
G A A 1 24 Glee 1 2 34 Hoot n Holler Staff2 Pep
Squad 1 2 3 4 Spotllght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
WILLIAM G BARNES
WILLIAM BA UMAN
Band 1 Basketball 1 Cllentes Latrnae 2 3 Football 1 2 3
4 Spotlrght Club 4 Danvrlle lnd1ana 1 2 3
ROSE MARIE BECKMAN
Basketball Queen Cand1date 4 Class Offxcer 3 G A A 1
2 3 4 Glee 1 Homecomlng Queen 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3
Junror Red Cross 2 L G D 1 2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Spot
lrght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4 Zem Zem Staff 3 4
JERRY L BEDACHT
Band 3 4 Camera Club 4 Honor Roll 2 Spotlrght Club
4 Track Team 1 2 3 Greenh1lls 1
IUDITH ANN BEYER
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Basketball Queen Cand1date 4 Camera
Club 4 Clrentes Latrnae 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 Honor
Roll 1 Pep Squad 2 4 Spothght Club 4 Volley Ball 3 4
Y Teens 1 2 3 4
Cl1entes Latrnae 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 Honor Roll
1 Pep Squad 1 2 3 4 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
ROBERT RAY BLANTON
Baseball 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer 2 Football
2 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 Spotlrght Club 4 Track Team 2
IAlNET LEE BREHM
Baseball 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 4
Spotlrght Club 4 Track Team 1 Volley Ball 2 3 4 North
College H111 2
LELA ND BUTLER
Basketball 4 Clrentes Latrnae 2 Football 4
Basketball 3 Football 1 2 4 H1 Y 4 Spotllght Club 4
Marlon lllrnoxs 1 2
DOINNA SUE BUTTS
Clrentes Latrnae 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 2 3 4 Ho or
Roll 1 2 3 L G D 3 4 Pep Squad 4 Ptrnce of Peace
Contest 4 Scholarshlp Team 1 2 3 Spotl1ght Club 4
Volley Ball 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
J Hell Sec'y J Hasklns, Pres , B Stehhn, V Pres , H
Deck, Treas are laughmg at a class Joke
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WI LLIA M ELSBERND
Football 25 Track 23 St. Bernard 1,2. c gk , E lg 6,
Camera Club 1.
Band 124 GAA 134 PepSquad 34 Y Teens
St Bernard 1 North College H111 2
ROBERT C GRAFF
Camera Club 1 2 3 4 Glee 2 3 H1 Y 2 3 4 Spotltght
Club 4 Track Team 3
El Club Espanol 3 Football 3 Glee 23 H1 Y 2 3 4
Hoot n Holler Staff 3 Spotltght Club 4
CARL W HAFER
Baseball 3 Basketball 3 Football 1 ulee 2 3 Woodward
1 2 3
Central Htgh School 1 2 3
BETTY JANE HAMER
G A A 2 Pep Squad 1 Track Team 2
JOHN DAVID HASKINS IR
Camera Club 1 2 3 4 Class Offtcer 4 Football 2 3 Honor
Roll 1 '2 3 Scholarship Team 3 Spotltght Club 4 Student
Counctl 3 4
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El Club Espanol 1 2 Spotlight Club 4
JIMMIE RAY HEIL
Band 1 2 3 Basketball 4 Camera Club 1 2 Class Officer
2 CIICHICS Latinae 2 Football 3 4 Hi Y 3 4 Honor Roll
1 2 3 Scholarshlp Team 1 2 Spotlight Club 4 Student
Council 4 Track Team .5 Zem Zem Staff 3 4
STANLEY A HICKS
Football 3 4 Glee 1 3 H1 Y 3 4 Spotlight Club 4 Green
CHARLENE E HOCHSCHEID
El Club Espanol 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 2 3 4 Honor
Roll 1 2 Pep Squad 4 Scholarship Team 2 Spotlight Club
4 Volley Ball 4 Y Teens 2 3 4
E1 Club Espanol 2 Y 1 Spotlight Club 4 St Bernard
CARL B HUBER
CAROL MAE HUBER
Clientes Latinae 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 Pep Squad 3
4 Spotlight Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
JEAN BARBARA HUSS
Holmes High School 1 2 3
n . its x Camera Club 1,23 Scholarship Team 25 Spotlight Club 4
G.A.A. l,2,4g Glee 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
REMEMBER THE MOCK CONVENTIONS N
El Club Espanol 1,25 G. A. A. 15 Glee 15 Honor Roll 15
Pep Squad 2,3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens 1,2.3.4.
BARBARA ELAINE IUNGKIND
Basketball Queen Candidate 45 ElClub Espanol 1,25 G.A.A.
45 Glee 1,25 Pep Squad 1,3,45 Scholarship Team 35 Y-
DAVID O. KASE
Class Officer 15 El Club Espanol 1,25 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Honor
Roll 1,2,35 Prince of Peace Contest 45 Scholarship Team
1,2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teems Prom King 4.
KENNETH R. KASE
Clientes Latinae 1,25 Football 2,3,45 Hi-Y 45 Honor Roll
1,2,35 Scholarship Team 1,2,35 Spotlight Club 4.
CAROL JEAN KEMPER
Glee 15 Pep Squad 15 Y-Teens 2,3,4.
Basketball 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Home Ec. 45 Honor Roll15
Pep Squad 25 Volley Ball 45 Y-Teens 2.3.4.
El Club Espanol 1 H1 Y 2 3 4
Band 4 G A A 1 2 Spotltght Club 4
CONNIE ANN KUMMLER
Basketball Queen Candtdate 4 Cltentes Lattnae 2 G A A
1 2 3 4 Glee 1 3 4 Honor Roll 3 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Spot
lrght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4 Zem Zem Staff 3 4
SHIRLEY R LINNE
Baseball 2 Basketball Queen 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class
Offtcer 3 Cltentes Launae 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 2 4
Honor Roll 1 2 3 Hoot n Holler Staff4 L G D 2 3 4 Pep
Squad 1 2 3 4 Spotlrght Club 4 Student Counctl 3 Track
Team 2 Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
Camera Club 1 Football 3 4 Glee 3 4 Spotltght Club 4
Camera Club 1 2 El Club Espanol 3 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee
3 4 Pep Squad 1 2 Spotltght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
El Club Espanol 1 2 Glee 1 2 Hoot n Holler Staff 1 ep
Squad 1 2 Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3
JOAN ANN MARTIN
Class Offtcer 1 Glee 2 3 4
HARO LD MECH LER
FHA 1 GA A 23 Glee 2 PepSquad2 Y Teens4
Colerarn 1 2 3
Glee 1 2 3 4 Spotltght Club 4 Wtthrow 1 New Woodward
FRANK E MOORE
Band 1 2 3 4 Camera Club 1 2 3 El Club Espanol 1 2 Ht
Y 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Scholarshtp Team 1 2 3 Spot
ltght Club 4
Basketball 3 4 Cltentes Latlnae 2 H1 Y 3 4 Honor Roll
1 2 3 Spotlvght Club 4 Student Counctl 4 Track Team 2
3 4 Belolt Wtsconstn 2
Band 1 2 Cltentes Lattnae 2 H1 Y 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3
Hoot n Holler Staff l Spotlight Club 4 Track Team 2 3
4 Belott Wtsconstn 2
G,A,A 1 2
CHERIE LYNN NOLTE
Band 2 3 4 Basketball Queen Candtdate 4 Class Offtcer 2
Cltentes Launae 1 2 G,A,A 2 Glee 1 2 Honor Roll 1 2
3 L G D 1 2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 Spotltght Club 4 Student
Counc1l23 Y Teens 1 23 4 Y Teens Prom Queen 4
Zem Zem Staff 3 4
Remember Our Class Play Cheaper By The Dozen?
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Valedtctortan D Kase pose for a fmal plcture m front of our trophy case
GAIL COLLEEN NOTT
1234 GAA 1234 Glee 1 HomeEc 2
Hoot n Holler Staff 2 Track Team 1 Y Teens 1 2 3
WILLIAM F O BRIEN
Baseball 4 Glee 1 Spotltght Club 4 Track Team 4 St
Justm s I-hgh Ptttsburgh Pa 1
RON O CONINOR
Baseball 3 4 Basketball 1 2 4 Football 3 Spothght Club
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 3 4 Glee 1 3 4 H1 Y 3 4
Spotlight Club 4 Track Team l
THOMAS O PACKER
Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Glee 12
3 4 l-lt Y 2 3 4 Jutuor Prom Kmg 3 Scholarshtp Team 3
Spotltght Club 4 Tratk Team 2 3 Zem Zem Staff 3
MARIONI GILES POTTINGER
Clxentes Latmae 2 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Scholarshlp Team 1
2 3 Spotllght Club 4
CAROL LEE RAABE
Basketball Queen Candidate 4g G,A.A, 1.2,3,4g Glee 1,2,
3,45 Pep Squad l,2,3,4g Prince of Peace Contest 41 Spot-
light Club 4g Y-Teens 1,2.3,4.
Baseball 2,3,4g Football 2.3,4g Glee 2,3,4g Hi-Y 2,3,4g
Honor Roll 31 Student Council 3.
ROBERTA B REIF
G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 3 Honor Roll 1 2 Pep Squad
Y Teens 1 3
Basketball 4 Football 2 3 Glee 1 3 4
Glee 1 2 Pep Squad 1 2 Spotltght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2
Scholarshlp Team 3
MARILYN ALMA RETTINGER
El Club Espanol 1 2 G A A 1 Glee 1 Pep Squad 2
Spotlrght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
Basketball Manage 2 Camera Club 2 Football Manager
Basketball 3 4 El Club Espanol 1 2 G A A 2 3 4 Glee
l Honor Roll 2 3 Pep Squad 1 2 3 4 Spotltght Club 4
Track Team l 2 Volleyball 2 3 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
BETTY JEAN ROOKS
Home Ec. 1 2- Pep Squad l 2' Y-Teens l 2' North College
Hill 1 2.
FRED ROBERT ROTHACKER
Band 1 2 3 4 Camera Club 2 3 Clxentes Latrnae l Glee 3
Hr Y 2 3 4 Honor Roll 2 3 Prtnce of Peace Contest 4 Spot
lrght Club 4 Student Counctl 3
Band 2 3 4 Camera Club 2 3 4 Glee 4 Zem Zem Staff 3
Basketball Queen Candtdate 4 Cheer Leader 2 3 4 Clrentes
Latrnae 1 2 G A A 1 2 34 Glee 1 2 34 Homecommg
Queen Candrdate 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Hoot n Holler Staff
4 Jun1orRed Cross2 L G D 1 2 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Spot
lrght Club 4 Y Teens l 2 3 4
Camera Club 1 2 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Scholarshtp Team 2
JOYCE ANN SCHIERING
GA,A 1 234 Home Ec 1 234 PepSquad234 Track
Team 1 2 Volley Ball 3 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
Baseball 2 Basketball Queen Candtdate 4 G A A 1 2 4
Glee 1 '3 4 Home Ec 4 Pep Squad 2 3 Spotlrght Club 4
Track Team 1 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
Our I-lower Colors Motto and Song Committee
SHARENE M SCHMALZ.
Clientes Lattnae l 2 Honor Roll l 2 3 Junior Red Cross 2
Pep Squad 3 4 Prince of Peace Contest 3 Scholarship Team
l 2 3 Spotlight Club 4 Y Teens l 2 3 4 Zem Zem Staff
CAROL L SCHURTER
Clientes Latinae 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 3 Honor Roll 1
2 3 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Scholarship Team 2 Spotlight Club
4 Y Teens l 2 3 4
G A,A 1 Glee 1 2 Pep Squad l Spotlight Clur 4
Band l 2 3 4 Basketball 4 Clientes Latinae 4 Football l
2 3 4 Spotlight Club 4 Track Team 2 3 4
EUGENE A SEYFRIED
Spotlight Club 4
Basketball Queen Candidate 4 E1 Club Espanol l G,A A
24 Glee 1 2 3 4 Home Ec 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 4 Y Teens
l 2 3 4
G A,A 2 Glee 1 Pep Squad 2
Band l Basketball 2 4 Football 4 Hi Y 2 3 4 Honor Roll
2 3 Prince of Peace Contest 4 Spotlight Club 4 Student
Council 3 4 Track Team 2 4
WILLIAM ROBERT SPRECKELMEIER
Baseball 4- Basketball 2 3 4- Glee 1 2 3 4- Spotlight Club
4- Track Team 2 4,
Band 2 3 4-Basketball Queen Candidate 4- Camera Club 3
4-C1ientesLatinae l 2- G A A 1 2 3 4- Glee 1- Honor Roll
l 2 3- L.G D, 1 2 3 4- Pep Squad l- Prince of Peace Contest
4-Scholarship Team 2 3- Spotlight Club 4- Y-Teens l 2 3
4- Zem Zem Staff 3 4.
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Cltentes Latlnae 3 Spotltght Club 4
Band 1 2 Basketball 3 4 Class Offlcer 4 Honor Roll 1 2
3 Student Counctl 4 Hamllton Catholtc Hugh 1 2
LINDA JANET STRUBE
G A A 2 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Pep Squad 2 3 Spotlxght
Basketball 3 Basketball Queen Candxdate 4 Cheerleader
234 Cl1entesLat1nae34 GAA 1234 GAA Prom
Queen4 Glee 1 Homecommg Queen Candldate 4 Home
Ec 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Hoot n Holler Staff 2
L G D 1 2 3 4 Pep Squad 1 2 3 4 Spotlxght Club 4 Stu
dent Councll 3 4 Track Team 2 Volleyball 4 Y Teens
1 2 3 4
Band 2 3 4 Basketball Queen Candxdate 4 Glee 1 2 3 4
Hoot n Holler Staff 3 4 Pep Squad 2 3 Y Teens
DONNA LEE TIEMAN
Home Ec 1 Pep Squad 3 Y Teens 1 2 4
Pep Squad 2 Pr1nce of Peace Contest 3 Y Teens 1 2 3 4
LOUIS H TRIPPEL
Camera Club 2 H1 Y 2 3 4
INEZ E TROTH
GAA 1234 Gleel234 HomeEc1 PepSquad
2 3 4 Spotllght Club 4 Y Teens 2 3 4
THOMAS E WELLAND
THEY CONQLIER WHO BELIEVE THEY CAN
G A A 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 2 Honor Roll 1 2 l-loot n Holler
Staff 3 L G D 2 3 4 Pep Squad 1 2 3 4 Spotllght Club
BETTY A WIESMAN
Glee 3 4 Home Ec 1 Spotllght Club 4 Y Teens 1 2
JOSEPH H WOLPERT .IR
Band 2 3 4 Class Offxcer 3 Clxentes Latmae 1 2 H1 Y
2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Scholarshrp Team 3 Spotltght
Club 4 Track Team 2
SHIRLEY JOYCE BROWN Class Colors Whlte and Navy
Mt Healthy Class Flower The Red Rose
El Club Espanol 2 3 Glee 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 2 Scholar Class Song You ll Never Walk Alone
shrp Team 2 3 Spotllght Club 4
Football 3 4 Spotllght Club 4
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CLASS OF 56
A few weeks before graduat1on we
happened to be on the edge of a group
of semors who were talk1ng near what
used to be the fountam The conver
sat1on went somethlng l1ke th1s
ust thmk 1n only two more
weeks we'll be alumm It hardly
seems pos s1ble
"1 know Golly It seems 11ke
yesterday that we were belng 1n1t1ated
as freshmen That shoe polxsh and
l1pst1ck were the d1ckens to get off
and oh some of that food'
1t's a goodth1ng there were about
135 of us to use up that stuff or we'd
have gotten tw1ce as much '
"lou know lt' Imt1at1onwas fun
though and so were the Freshman Fro-
and our p1cn1c at Lesourdesvrlle '
"We had some good t1mes our so
phomore year too Remember the hay
r1de on the nrght before Halloween?
I l1ked that "
So d 1 andlwas glad we had our
class prcmc at Lesourdesvrlle aga1n
thatyear That roller coaster IS more
We had good tlmes at the proms
and dances other orgamzatons had
We sure drd and then when we
were Jun1ors we got to glve the prom
for the senlors Boy d1d we work"'
I ll say' Thought we d never see
the end of the candy hot dogs pop that
we sold at the games
'lt was fun though and when the
mght came for our M1rror Ball' we
were glad we'd worked so hard"
'Sure were The gym was com
'Don t forget the hayrlde we had
ear11er that year and the prcmc after
the prom for those of us who could
'That was really someth1ng
rou know there are st11l 110 of
us and we've all really had a ball th1s
1 11 never forget the Washlngton
tr1p We had fun the whole trme and
Iwas gladto see my country' s cap1tal
"So was I And then r1ght after
Wash1ngton we came back and worked
to put on 'Cheaper by the Dozen as
our sen1or play That's another thmg
ll always remember "
Me too lt was funny how we'd
always look r1ght after the curtam
went down at practlce to see who was
'That was fun 1t's all been fun
and so's talklng about lt but 1've got
to leave Senlor Exams are Com1ng
up you know
Wrth that the group declded they'd
best scoot on home bome of the faces
were a not'
But the last tlme we saw the sen
1ors all together was at Commence
ment Then exams that wonderful
prom the Jumors gave them the break
fast afterwards and Baccalaureate
were all memor1es They were rather
sad and glad too that they were grad
uatmg Before they left for the party
af cr Commencement we heard a lot
of them talklng about plans for the fu
ture and saylng they hoped they'd all
be able to keep ln touch Someone re
m1nded them they st11l had the semor
plcmc that Sunday at Whltewater and
another sa1d that w1th the begmmng of
an A1umn1Assoc1at1on lt shou1dn't be
hard to keep up w1th everybody faxrly
well Everyone brlghtened up at that
and soon went on to the party By th1s
tlrne these events have found thelr
places w1th otherpleasantmemones
whlch the Class of '56 w1l1 always have
of thexr days at Mt Healthy Hlgh
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Old sold1ers never d1e they Just
fade away ' Thls may be true of
sold1ers but 1t's not true of the alumn1
of Mt Healthy After graduatlon they
may not be heard from for many years
butgust at the most unsuspectlng mo
ment theycome back notas then' old
selves but as teen agers daughters
sons or grandchxldren of students of
Robert Barnes J Westendorf ROW III T Packer
Trlppel D Bahr R Staubach H Deck
students of some years back
Thls very thmg happened 1n the
case of fourteen graduates 1n the
class of 1956 Thelr parents and
grandparents are numbered among the
alumm of Mt Healthy H1gh School
and that 1S somethrng of whlch to be
Dale Bahr Lester Bahr Father
Robert Barnes Harold Barnes Father
Grace I..aBo1teaux Mother
Nell Brown Barnes Grandmother
Rosahe Barnes ....... Alexls Barnes ........ Father
Nell Brown Barnes ...... Grandmother
Howard J. Deck ..... V1rg1n1a C. Senour ..... Mother
Barbara D1serens ...... Ralph D1serens ...... Father
M1na Smyth Dlserens .... Grandmother
Carol Sue Ehrhardt . . . Lucllle Schnelder . . . .
John D. Hask1ns, Jr . . John D. H3Sk1HS, Sr . . .
Marle A Klenk ...... . ...... Mother
Frank Moore ....... Dav1d E. Moore . . . .
Tom Packer ..... . . George Packer . . . . .
Sharene Schmalz . . . . . Arnold Schmalz . . . .
D1ck Staubach . . . . . Mane S. Mexer . . .
Lmda Strube . . . . Cecllxa Llenhart . .
Louxs Tr1ppel . . . Ruth Bronstrup . .
Judy Westendorf. . . . Luella Brlnkman .
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Our chaperones, the Bartles and the Schlossers
pose on the steps of the Treasury Building. We
all agreed that Washington has a lot of white
OUR MEMGRABLE CLASS TRIP
Anchors Aweigh! The boys lift an anchor at Annapolis.
Necessary preparation before we started our sight-seeing tour.
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climbing those 998 steps to the top of hma Memonal-
the Washington Monument.
TO WASHI GTO D. C. ON MARCH I4-I8.
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Our trophy--THE PINEAPPLE . . . goes with us on the train . . . as we are homeward
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We th1nk the atmosphere 1S rnce too Ken but 1t's not the place to study
Compliments The Zem Zem apprecuates contrlbutlons
l54-4 Compton Rd
Mt Healthy Ohio
Georgia H Blgler
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rom the following school orgunlzatlons
El Club Espanol
Girls Athletuc Assocuatlon
Home Ec Club
Hoot N Holler
Luterary Gold Duggers
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GEORGIA'S KUT-N-KURL b I
Cangratulations . . .
to the Class of 56
fm your Telephone Company
A 6000 PLACE T0 WORK
Y t LEITC HIO SERVICE s f o
FdFd f1 h B B adBt sloko
"Canteeners really eat " say Bob Stehlm and Mrs Geesl1n as they glve Bob
Bramkamp the1r order Refreshment problems are solved when you go to
COORS BROS DAIRY
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BOB 8 DUD'S
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IS glvlng Jlm I-Ie1l a shove
down the alsle as they ex
am1ne d1amond rmgs' Got
someone 1n mmd J1m'P
Cherle Nolte 1S100k1Ilg ahead
to summer as her mother
and Mr Esses owner of
ESSES DRY GOODS STORE
help her choose a couple of
neat sleeveless blouses
Carol Sue Ehrhardt and Elalne Sherldan agree w1th Maurlce Jackson that
any glrl can look llke Clnderella when she takes her clothes to
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IT'S SCHOOLS-LET GOOD SCHOOLS
BE YOUR GOAL
MT HEALTHY LEAGUE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS INC
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
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and Mane Menke are helpmg Ann Starnes select her s11ver pattern Every
year the sen1org1r1s of Mt Healthy are each glven a sllver spoon as a grad
uatlon present P1ck a pretty one Ann'
Darla Deucker1s gettmg ready for
that 'blg date' as Mrs Roseler cuts
her ha1r at the
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Quahty Checked Ice Cream? It's
'wxdely known as the best' "
.Tackle Sauer says What could be
better than an 1ce cream sandw1ch
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Pleasant atmosphere and good food are always found at the
Llnda Strube and Juha Schwab fmd shopp1ng a pleasure at
GARDNER S GROCERY
Need some hght bulbs? Interested 1n Practlcal Electromcs 7 Jud1 Renner
an Marllyn Rettmger agree w1th Mr Gartner that
IS the plate to buy'
LOU'S PARKVIEW MARKET
7607 Hamulton Ave
Mt Healthy Ju 1 6177
MT. HE LTHY P T A
OFFICERS OF I955 l956
Mrs Raymond Keltii President
Mr Fred Snyder Second Vice President
Mrs Eldon Endres Secretary
Mrs Curl Scott Treasurer
Mrs. Clifford Shotweil - First Vice President
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Mr Herb of HERB 8 KRAMER
stands by ready to adv1se whlle Kay Osborne looks ahead to the future
She's got the rlght 1dea The way to a man's heart IS through h1s stornac '
Bob Graff knows that S
15 the place to go for neat shoes, and hkes the 1dea of bemg waxted on by
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Mr Huber of
HUBER S MCCUDDEN REALTORS
1ssues Kay Amundson and Marg
Haermg then' temporary dr1ver
perm1ts Now g1r1s no hot rods'
Need some lumber? Buy lt at the
KNOLLMAN LUMBER COMPANY'
7bs er -3300
7351 cmilfon Avenue Cincinnati , Ohio
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bharene Schmalz and Carol Schurter agree Wlth Mr Dreyfoos that
the best place to buy then' Easter cards and other novelt1es "
Sally Schlmpff and Lynne Johnson are a couple of smart 5 ils lhcy do tluxr
Shoppmg at HUEY'S Dlzue STORE'
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Wow what a shme' exclalms Fred Rothacker when you take your car
to the KWICK KLEEN KAR WASH
RAY LAMMERS MUSIC HOUSE INC
KING BAND INSTRUMENTS
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'IIr. Al Guinn, your musicaI director
6I0 o nut Street
Cincinnati , Ohio
Jeanne D1llon always takes her clothes to
for a good Job. Joyce Sch1er1ng and Mr Malone know she'll look extra rnce
in whatever's in that bag
Mr Schultz f1tS Stan Hlcks 1n a new sports Jacket at
ANTHONY S MEN S SHOP
Sure look sharp Stan'
mas SHOPACLQQ S
Need a han' cut? Ron
Marj Sunderhaus 1S all set for a
good mov1e as she buys a t1cket
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Tr nsporters of
Steel and Llquld Products
EARL G BLANTON 2200 Glendale Milford Road
Manager Steel Dnvnsnon Clnclnnatl 15 Ohlo
Phone PRlnceton 'l 5518 Phone PRmceton l 8820
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Ga11 Nott and Joyce Suttman can't Inez Troth knows that
declde wh1ch scent of perfume IS
dreamlest at SHAW S ELECTRIC SHOP
Ros1e Barnes and Edna Shaw engoy
helpxng thelr clstomers fxnd Just
Donna Long looks on ready to what they Want
help them dec Lde
15 the place to go for fme platters
"DOT FOOD STORE"
7514 HAMILTON AVE MT HEALTHY OHIO
PHONE JA I 5212
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Mt. Healthy, Ohio
MT HE LTHY
B D BOOSTERS CLUB
T0 FIIF ClAbS OI' 1956
Nluslc provxdes 1 means of expresslon that 19 of are at
value 1n the CdUC'lt1V6 process Our pledge to further
band with unxforms and ald ln the acqulsltlon of needed
8 Mrs S Clifford Jones President
8 Mrs David Moore Vlce President
8 Mrs CllffordA Shofwell Secretary
Mr 8 Mrs James Wallace Treasurer
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this phase of the educatlve process, IS to provide the
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Elame Apffel must be gomg down Mlllle Bresack has a hard time de
town Wonder how many bus tickets cldmg what to buy since Mrs Petrlch
and other thmgs Mrs Parker and her has so many lovely things rn her
help sell every day at
PARKER S PHARMACY GIFT SHOP
THOMAS E. WOOD, INC.
Carew Tower, Cincinnati, Ohio
Fire lnsurance Automobile lnsurance
Mt. Healthy Representative: Clara M. Ruoff
Phone: jackson 1-9175
ROLFES S LEBERECHT
OPTICAL SERVICE CO
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NEIDHARD FUNERAL HOMES
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Looks hke Mary and Tom Bauer are plannmg to have a very tasty meal'
Mr Deck shows them just one of the flue cholces they can make at
DECK S MEATS.
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Clos Of 1956
COUPIIW X FS
THE T. HE LTHY THLETIC
4 C ordnal Inumtzon Is fxtended To HZ f raduales 10 fozn The Boosters
Rlchard Malone President
Howard Hochscheld Vice President
Charles Maher Secrefary
Mrs Trofh Corresponding Secretary
Mrs W Schmidt Treasurer
Drlve rlght up to THEURING S STATION The eff1c1ent help there w111 serve
you qulckly and speed you on your way
BANKLICK GRAVEL CO
Bankrun Gravel Fllldlrf
Kemper Road Between Hamilton And Colerain
JA 1 5663
John D Haskins Sr W
John D Haskins Jr
Hawthorne Funeral Home
Mr Healthy Ohio Phone JAckson l 7145
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Pete Lutterble IS gxvxng Mar
v1n Sm1th the lowdown about h1s Dave Sunderhaus
car You can always expect good
Thmklng of settmng up housekeep1ng'P Judy Westendorf has the r1ght Ldea
She went r1ght to Mr Strelthorst at
GOCD SHEPHARD GARDEN
ARLINGTGN MEMORIAL GARDENS
2145 Compton Road
Mt Healthy Ohno
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1731 COMPTON ROAD
CINCINNATI 31 OHIO
REBER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Isn't thxs flower arrangement that
Mr Rudolph made a beauty' Judy
Westendorf 15 pleased wlth the
flowers she gets from
ROY RU DCLPH FLORIST
Jerry Bedacht and B111 Bauman wazt thexr turn at
STOELTING S GULF STATION
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ENGER'S HARD ARE STCRE'
power mowers Hey fellas lf you're looklng for lawns to cut how about
ours 'P '
Hose Beckman and Connie Kummler
agree that you can always find somethlng
Cute and Different
for a little brother or slster
TRAPP S APP IANCE SHOP
TEBBE MONUMENT COMPANY
i452 Compton Road
Mt. Healthy Ohio
H'eona'd Tebbe It s Faster time at
Phone JA. 1-6387 Res. JA. I-8707
RICHARD WUEST,a FLORIST
This lovely display is typical of the
beautiful flowers you can get there
all year round.
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Need a cor wash? Gasoline low?
Problem's s.,.v.,d 0, H E BEL TEXACO'
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For a taste treat that can t be beat these fellas know lt
FRISCHE S BIG BOY mNmhCoHeeHIH
Want to buy Insurance? Call
Mrs Hummel Secretary to Supt Ralph funds
the Inter communlcatlon system Installed by
'he "JACK " STEINBRECKER
FOGARTY ELECTRIC CG. INSURANCE,
a bug help' Ja I-9800'
Time A busy Monday evenmg abou? 6 30 P M
MT. HEALTHY SAVING 8 LOAN
Characters The old and young alllce who know the best
place to put their savlngs.
BERGER MFG CO
Sales 8. Servlce Headquarters for
Power Lawn Mowers
New St Used Equipment
Repair Service All Types
Parts Stocked For Mowers We Sell
Authorized Service Siahon For
l267 Knowlton St Northside Phone Ku l l544
Well guys and gals this IS the end of the 1956 ZEM ZEM We of the Staff have had a lot of fun putting
this book together for you However tt wouldn t have been possible without the co operation of such
people as George Miltenberger of the AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY Frank Jones of POGUE S
PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO Mr Roland Bartle Mr M D Hartzler the local merchants and most important
you the student body'
At this time Iwould like to thank the members of the staff who worked so hard dolng the odd Jobs such
as wrtttng and typtng the copy proofreading counting tax stamps etc Barb Diserens and Jim Heil dtd
notice Connie Kurnmler s owl drawings? Clever weren t they? And speaktng for the staff we all want
to thank ZEM ZEM S best friend Miss Ethel L Frost
ELAINE APFFEL 56
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SERVICE K gf
l927 Central Parkway
excellent jobs on advertising alnd circulation. and I am really gleatful to them for doing so. Did you
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