Mount Healthy High School - Zem Zem Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1958
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EDITOR ............... Ruth Telford
CIRCULATION MANAGER. . . Tom Bunnell
ADVERTISING MANAGER. . Kathy Sheridan
Published by the ZEM ZEM STAFF
Mt. Healthy High School
Mr. Healthy, Ohio
Hi, kids! The year 1957-58 has been a full oneg
nearly every minute was taken up by some activity.
Father Time will be our guide as we go
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Remember the day we were lucky enough to miss class to
have pictures taken? Did you enjoy I-Ii-Y initiation, Rick?
Mr. Bart1e's Physics tests must
have been pretty rough.
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Busy administration and faculty. .
Senior Class ..............
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at Christmas time and an operetta "Upon Old Smoky."
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-Did the teachers meet to discuss the surprise in
store for Healthyites?
-Joy! School opened. "How are you? What's
the latest dope?" Some surprise! One half-
hour more of school.
-Football lingo over your head? Come to the
Football Clinic tonight.
-Owls tie Harrison and Taylor at Pigskin Preview.
Scores O--Op . O--O.
-Freshie day! Doing stunts in front of the whole
school can be most embarrassing. GAA spon-
sored dance and mixer for class of 1961. Victory
is our cry! Owls---20 ---- N.C.H.---0.
-Our school is bursting at the seams, trying to
hold 107 seniors, 126 juniors, 182 sophomores,
and 191 freshies. Reserve--27 Ross Township
-Juniors met to decide how to raise money for
the "Big Wheel" prom.
-Another victory for our guys! Ow1s--14---
Greenhills--13. Mighty close!
-GAA gals started to play kickball and softball.
-Sophomores had class meeting. We L-O-S-T!
Sycamore I3--Owls--6. Come on, team,
we're behind you!
-Individual mug shots were taken. Smile, gals,
and say boys ---- I mean cheese. Did you see
in the Hoot n' Holler that Sheila's heartthrobs
are Mr. Magoo and Elvis.
-"Flu Bug" hits Healthy. One hundred and
thirty were absent.
-Heap good "Pow Wow," Juniors. Juniors and
Seniors take Ohio History and Government
-Team honor Homecoming Queen Janice by
trouncing Sharonville, 26 -O!
-Taylor's Yellow Jackets stung Owls, 19-12.
You played a good game, fellas. Y-Teens
travel to Lenmary for Fall Leadership Con.
-Reserve avenged Friday's defeat. Owls 35---
-Varsity traveled to Columbus to see Ohio State
play Indiana. Score 56--0.
-"Big Wheels" took National Merit Scholarship
Test. Comment: Impossible!
-On top again! Owls 26---Colerain O. Good
-Hurray! No school. S.W.O.T.A. L.G.D.--
Hi -Y hayride! Too cold for our boys.
-Education -Business Day. Businessmen visit Mt.
Healthy High School.
-Shoot for the Moon! Be mayor of Mt. Healthy
for a day. Classes, bring in your tax stamps for
Zem Zem Contest.
1--Another star in our crown. Owls 16--Anderson
--0. Times-Star's Youth Section featured old
5--Parents, vote for the School Levy and Bond Is-
sue. Both are needed badly.
--P,T.A. holds Open House. Please, teacher,
don't tell Mom and Dad everything.
--Reserve cheerleaders are elected.
--Veterans' Day---No school.
--Y -Teen Recognition and Banquet. Some food,
--Seniors' last game. Owls went to town on
Reading 53-6. Pep Squad sponsored a "Sadie
Hawkin's" dance. Girls' treat.
--Lowell, Bill Korn, and Jim Mercer played
human dumbbells for Mr. America of 1948, a
--Team and coaches were honored at Football
Banquet. Congratulations on a swell team!
--Vocational Conference held here. Mr. Richard
Jack.son's speech "Happiest People in the
World" was a scream.
--Steve Caldwell won the "I Speak for Democ-
--Did you notice those senior gals with their
matching CREWNECKS and knee socks?
Pictures come back! That thing isn't me, is it?
Buy your season pass!
--Thanksgiving vacation! Don't eat too much.
Zem Zem's photographers, R. Bricker, D. Mucken
fuhs, W. Brown, J. Wallace, should receive a good
deal of thanks.
Back to the old grind. Gained five pounds!
Senior gals took Betty Crocker and D.A.R.
Tests. Skit by Pep Squad. Our first basketball
game!! Reserve 42-Colerain 31 Varsity-60
Colerain 51 Great work!
-Speech students discussed guidance problem
-Chalk up another victory. Reserve 32 N.C.H.
40 Varsity 54 N.C.H. 44 Do it again.
-And they did! Reserve 35--Greenhills 17
Varsity 61 --Greenhills 33
-Buy your Christmas candy from the Hi-Y boys.
-St. Bernard broke our winning streak. Varsity
--46 St. Bernard--50. Pretty close!
-Big night! Christmas Dream Prom! Rich and
Leah were crowned the reigning pair. Heavenly
-Band and Glee Club combined for Christmas
Concert. Put you into the Christmas spirit,
-Spotlight presented "Christmas in Other Lands."
Great, "Big Wheels." Defeated by Lockland.
Owls Reserve 26--Lockland 35. Owls Varsity
HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY
-Reserve beat Cowboys! Hurray! Reserve 42--
Wyoming 41. Varsity kept pace until fourth
quarter. Score: Wyoming 66--Owls 46.
-Taylor hits Owls again. Come on, team, let's
go! We're all behind you.
-Back to the old grind again!
-Another defeat for our guys. Reading is the
Deer Park comes out on top! Fight a little
Arch-rivals meet. N.C.I-I. 55--Varsity 41. An-
other win for reserve.
-Team, Rah! Team, rah! Rah, rah team!
Varsity 5 l - -Greenhills 42.
-24 Exams, Ugh I
Exams don't hurt our fellas! Varsity 52--St.
Bernard 49. Great work, gang!
-Big wheels show off senior photos. Some touch-
Science assembly. Powerful sugar, eh?
Mr. Hartzler says, "Spring is here!"
31--Report cards. Great day? Reserve does it
again 35-28. Lockland 65--Varsity 48. You
did your best, team.
February is here. Br -r-r.
--Our guys fought hard but champion Wyoming
--Reading, defeating Varsity, averages the 40-0
football score. Come on boys, let's try harder.
-13--Our freshies won their game in the Freshman
They tried. They fought. They won. Our
fellows beat Deer Park. Good game, boys.
--The Winter Concert of the Symphonic Band.
Wasn't it wonderful?
-20--Freshies emerge as a runner -up in the final
The fifteen candidates for Basketball Queen were
introduced at the assembly. Whom should I
The "Big Day" has arrived. The Queen is----
Suds, Judy Salzman. The team showed their
queen what they could do. Score: Varsity 53--
Harrison 51. Oh, you're the greatest team!
We lost the tournament. Norwood 64--Varsity
45. This completed one of our best basketball
seasons in quite a few years. Congratulations,
--"The Stairway to the Stars" was studded with
many brilliant performers. This was the best
L.G.D. Talent Show.
--We went to the Jr. High Operetta entitled "Upon
Old Smokey." What a riot!
--Wasn't the gym decorated just like your "Shan-
gri-la"? King Dale and Queen Sheila were
--It was a good day for the Irish.
--The Science Club held its first meeting.
Members elected Artie Stratman, president.
-Spring is here! Look, more snow.
--Beware, Washington! Here come the juniors and
seniors from Healthy High.
--29--We had a ballg but oh, my feet! Remem-
ber Charlie Marteli.
-Hi -Y and Y-Teens conducted the Easter As-
sembly. Some Easter present, report cards!
-Easter Vacation. Hurray!
-Another test for the "brains." District Scholar-
-The combined Glee and Band Assembly was
-18--Hi-Y Initiation Week. And the fun began.
-Our Golf team defeated Taylor 8-0.
-P.T.A. Open House.
26--"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" was a
huge success. Dig those costumes.
-Remember the "swimming" party after the
-"It's Up In the Morning at Break of Day" for
the Juniors. They took the National Merit
Test. Very hard!
-Buy your Healthy picture postcards from Zem
-Using voting machines, we elected the mayor
and council. Congratulations, Lowell!
-Shi1lto's presented Gemma with a trip to New
York for her originally -designed dress.
-The "brains" traveled to Miami to take District
Scholarship Tests. Quite easy, yes? NO!!
-L.G.D. Initiation Week! More fun.
-Home Ec. Style Show displayed the latest
fashions. Dig those sacks. Congratulations to
Shirley Russell, new Sewing Board Represent-
ative. Great day! Seim's birthday!
-L.G.D.'s Glamour Day! This is glamour?
9--The hep freshmen sponsored the Spring Swing
10--Beware, Mt. Healthy under new management.
Mayor Lowell and council took over our city.
12--Spring Sports Honor Banquet!
13--Chemistry Classes travel to Procter's. Soap,
14--Chalk up another successful concert for Glee
-Awards were received by many a deserving un-
derclassman at the Honor Assembly. Con-
gratulations to surprised Sharon Rose!
At the Prom. I'll remember the Prom." Yes,
remember that big night. Eileen Kuhlman and
Ken Hagedorn were the reigning pair.
-Cramming for exams, Seniors?
20-21--Fatal days for seniors. Will I pass, Teach?
22--"When the Saints Come Marching ln," senior
theme song, started the assembly, the craziest
yet. Y-Teens Mother and Daughter Tea.
25--The Baccalaureate Service was held in the High
29--At last, Graduation Day! Yippee, I'm free.
1--Seniors gathered together for a humdinger of a
-Ha -Ha! Underclassmen take exams. Hard, eh?
6--School's out! Hooray. See you around, Mar-
Didn't the L.G.D. initiates look lovely on
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Barbara Van Ausdall
Tom Van Valey
Mary Pat McGurk
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Cece Van Vliet
Mary Van Guelpen
Erra Lee Winn
Margie Van Vliet
ROW ONE: T. Flannery, C. Ehrhardt, P. Dunagan, J. Moss, V. Logan, J. Staubach, C. Renter, J. Cook, S. Becker.
ROW TWO: R. Fuller, R. McSwain, P. Stout, J. Quatlander, M. Van Vliet, Ju. Cook, R. Krieger, R. Brouse. ROW
THREE: T. Kaiser, J. Sparks, M. Wallace, E. Winn, L. Alexander, A. Auburn, J. Haefele, S. Rose, S. Maher.
ROW FOUR: N. Tebbe, J. Rettig, M. Huser, M. Middleton, B. Van Ausdall, G. Zwicker, S. Steigelmnn, S. Cald-
well, H. Nevin. ROW FIVE: G. Davis, D. Henn, A. Stratman, T. Harry, W. Etzel, T. Springer, D. Reinh:1rt,T.
Unks, J. Adams. ROW SIX: R. Flaig, M. Huber, J. Clyde, D. Snyder, P. Vinson, R. Johnson, D. Hohenstatt, J.
Behr, T. Van Valey.
It's time again for these ambitious students to University. Three students will represent Mt.
take the District -State Scholarship Tests at Miami Healthy in each of nineteen subjects.
Mrs. Wortmann. Girls: J. Rettig, J. Staubach, J. Thielmeyer, N. Tebbe, A. White, M. Craft, L. Brischke,
Parker, C. Wheeler, S. Wiegand. Boys: T. Bunnell, J. Barker, S. Caldwell, D. Hinson.
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Students of the speech classes took time out from
their busy schedules to prepare speeches for the "I
Speak for Democracy" Contest. Steve Caldwell, the
Steve attended the semifinals held at Central High
School, competing with winners from other county
winner, gave Mr. Time quite a rough trip as he schools.
turned the clock's hands backwards and forwards in
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Mrs. Wortmann gave Steve Caldwell, the
winner, a few pointers on his speech.
his speech "Democracy, Past, Present, and Future."
Everyone had fun
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Mayor Lowell Mackenzie and Mayor Walter Korn get together to make plans
lcaming to U59 those 8i8HU'fiC This year, the class that contributed the most tax stamps
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to the Zem Zem, was eiligble to put up candrdates for Mayor
For A Day. The seniors won the contest and chose therr
candidates. The whole school voted upon them as well as
candidates from other classes for other erty oifrces Lowell
Mackenzie was chosen mayor. On Saturday M ry 10 hc
served as Mayor For A Day.
Getting everyone registered before. votmg was a blg Job
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SEATED: Mr. Butterfield, Mr. Bemhardt, Mr. Morris. STANDING: Mr. Hammg, Mr. Hochscherd Mr Byars, Mr
MT. HE LTHY
SUPERINT ENDENT - -Rex Ralph
BOARD OF EDUCATION
President -- Chester Bernhardt
Vice President -- Vaughn Butterfield
Clerk-Treasurer -- Walter Hartung
Members--Paul Byars, Howard Hochscheid
SLIPERI TE DE
Mr. REX L. RALPH
Superintendent of Schools
Dean of Girls of Mt. Healthy High Schoolg
Miami University, Ohio, B.S. in Education
M.A. Counselorg Civicsg Adviser to Y-
Teensg Adviser to Student Council.
M. D. HARTZLER
Principal of Mt. Healthy High Schoolg
Goshen College, A.B.3 Ball State Teachers
Collegeg Ohio State University, M.A.
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Morehead State College, Ky., A.B.,
M.A. Physical Education, Social
Studies, Administration, Driver Edu-
Mrs. CORRINE G. BAISDEN
Bowling Green College of Commerce,
Ky., A.B. Commercial Education.
General Business, Typing 1. Adviser to
Valley State Teachers College, N.
Dakota, B.S. in Education. General
Science, Physical Education.
Union College, Ky., A.B., Xavier Uni-
versity, Ohio, M.A. Chemistry,
Photography, Physics. Adviser to
Camera Club, Adviser to Zem Zem.
Miami University, Ohio, B.S. in Edu-
cation, Xavier University, Ohio, M.E.
American History, Biology.
Miss JO ANN BAUER
Miami University, Ohio, B.S. in Edu-
cation. Physical Education.
Miss RUTH FREDRICKS
University of Cincinnati, Ohio, B.A.,
B.Ed., Xavier University, Ohio, M.Ed.
Algebra 1 and 2, Trigonometry, Plane
Geometry, Solid Geometry. Adviser to
Miss ETHEL L. FROST
Miami University, Ohio, B.S. in Ed.
English 3, Latin 1 and 2. Adviser to
Clientes Latinae, Adviser to Zem Zem.
Miss BERTA MAE MILLER
University of Kentucky. A.B. in Edu-
cation. English 1, Spanish 1 and 2,
Adviser to Junior Class, Adviser to
Paper Staff, Adviser to Spanish Club.
Mrs. NORMA GROSSOEI-IME
Eastern Illinois State College, I11.,
B.S. in Education. Art. Adviser to
Junior Red Cross.
Mrs. HARRIET NEVIN
Pennwlvania State University, B.A.,
American History, Socialogy, Eco-
CHARLES E. HOFFMAN
Miami University, Ohio, B.S. in Edu-
cation. Eighth Grade Drawing,
Seventh Grade Industrial Arts, Mechan-
ical Drawing l,2,3.
Mrs. LaDON RAMMELSBERG
Miami University, Ohio, B.S. in Edu-
cation. Vocational Home Economics,
Home Economics, General Science.
Miss PATRICIA KENNEDY
University of Cincinnati, Ohio, B.S. in
Education. Health, Physical Education,
Adviser to Girls' Athletic Association,
Pep Squad, Sparkettes.
Miss MARTHA SAUNDERS
Ohio University, A.B. in Liberal Arts
and Education. English 2 and 3.
University of Cincinnati, B.S., Master
of Education. Vocal Music, Junior
High Instrumental Music.
Findlay College, Ohio, B.S., Ohio
State University, Xavier University.
Assistant Basketball Coach, Baseball
Coach, Football Coach, Health, Dri-
Marshall College, A.B. Bookkeeping,
Law, Salesmanship, Commercial
Miami University, Ohio, B.S. in Edu-
cation. Industrial Arts.
Ohio University, B.S. and Master.
University of lviichigan, Institute of
Music. Instrumental Music, Band.
Ohio University, B.S. in Education.
World History, Assistant Football
Coach, Basketball, Track Coach.
Mrs. MARY RUTH TRIPPEL
Indiana State Teachers College,
Indiana, B.S. University of Cincinnati,
Ohio, M.Ed. Shorthand 1 and 2, Of-
fice Practice, Typing 1 and 2. School
Mrs. TI-IELMA WORTMANN
Culver Stockton College, Missouri
University, A.B. , Miami University,
Master of Education. English 4, Speech
1 and 2. Adviser to Spotlight Club,
Adviser to Senior Class.
Mrs. MARY TYREE
West Virginia University, B.S. in Home
Economics, M.S. in Home Economics.
Home Economics, Adviser to Home
Mrs. DORIS YOUNG
Miami University, B.Ed. Plane
Geometry, Algebra 1, Practical
Mrs. HELEN WHITE
Oklahoma State, George Peabody
College. Librarian. Adviser to L.G.D.
Mrs. VERA ERNST
High School Secretary
Mrs. NINA WOOD
Montevallo, University of Alabama,
B.S. English 1.
Mrs. BARBARA SCHULTZ
Miss Frost and Jan Chambers furnish an example of
the hard work done by the Zem Zem staff.
Mr. and Mrs. Wortmann spent an evening at thc
i Christmas Prom.
librarian, working busily in the Mrs. Baisden and Mrs. Tyree sold tickets at one of Hcalthy's basketball
Miss Kennedy and Ivir. Stefan chat at the Freshman
Here we have Mrs. White, our
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MOTTO: "For when the one great scorer comes to
write against your name, he writes--not
that you won or lost, but how you played
COLORS: Rose and white
FLOWER: Red rose
SONG: "I'11 walk with God"
CLASS ENROLLMENT: 106
HOMEROOM TEACHERS: Mrs. Wortmann
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1'eaS.5 R. Telford, Sec'yg T. Bunnell, Vice-Pres.g J. Pansing, Pres.
Gerald Louis Bach-
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Myrna L. Barnes
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Carol Anita Bolton
Connie Sue Bray
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Wesley E. Brown
Claire Ann Campbell
John W. Combs
Jerry S Cornel1us
Sue Erin Cumbow
Florence R. Dohrmann
Carol A. Dreier
Richard E. Endres
Charles A. Felss
Judxth Marlene Eckel
Sharon Lee Frentzel
Richard L. Fuller
Judlth Ann Gettle
Davld H. Hmson
Leah Marie Geeslin
Terry Hochsche id
Betty Lou Huber
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David H. Hudson
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Fredrick E. Johnson
Richard Bell Imhulse
Joan Ruth Lemkuhl
John D. McLaren
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Sheila Ann Maher
Carol M. McCorm1ck
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Jane D. Pansing
Sylvia L. Naderman
Phyllis Ann Parker
Lida Elizabeth Ness
Lloyd W. Porter
Carol R. Rambo
Janice E. Roehling
Jane E. Reed
Kenneth L. Richards
Joan C. Rettig
Frankie S. Sibert
Albert F. Silber
Damel H. Snyder
Maxy M. Staubach
Ruthie S taubitz
Patr1c1a Ann Taylor
Nancy Lee Tebbe
Nelson Troth Jr.
Cece Mary VanV11et
Sallie Elliott Wiegand
Howard W. Covert
Carm eleen Theresa
James W. Wallace
Mary Beth Wilger
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SENIOR ACTI ITIE
MYRNA BARNES--A Cappella Choir 2,35 GAA 1,25 Glee 1,2,3,45 Honor Roll 1,2,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 45 Pep Squad 2,
3,45 Scholarship Team 35 Spotlight Club 45 Student Council 2,35 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
JACK BEHR--Camera Club 1, Honor Roll 1.
LARRY BERNER--Basketball 2,3,45 Football 2,3,4.
CAROL BOLTON--Volleyball 2,3,45 Glee 2.
DIANE BOWERSOX--A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Clientes Latinae 25 GAA 1,2,3,45 Glee 15 Honor Roll 2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,
45 Scholarship Team 15 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
SANDY BOWMAN--Class Officer 25 Clientes Latinae 25 GAA l,2,3,45 Glee 1,45 Pep Squad 1,2,45 Y-Teams 1,2,4.
CONNIE BRAY--Pep Squad 35 Y-Teens 35 Entered from Lockland 3.
RON BRJCKER--Band 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1,25 Spotlight Club 45 Zem Zem Staff 4.
WESLEY BROWN--Band 15 Camera Club l,2,3,4.
TOM BUNNELL--Band l,2,3,45 Camera Club 25 Class Officer 45 Clientes Latinae 1,25 Hi-Y 253,45 Honor Roll l,2,35
ggifqlgrzhip Team 1,2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Student Council 15 Track Team 35 Voice of Democracy Contest 45 Zem-Zem
CLAIRE CAMPBELL--Basketball l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Glee 2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Volleyball l,2,
3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,4.
JOHN COMBS--Basketball 3.
BILL COMMINS--Class Officer 35 Spotlight Club 4.
JERRY CORNFLIUS--Band 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Track Team 2,3.
HOWARD COVERT--Camera Club 1,35 Honor Roll 15 Spotlight Club 4.
SUE COMBOW--Band 2,3,45 Class Officer 25 Glee 15 Home Ee. 1,25 Honor Roll l,2,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 15 L.G.D. 3,45
Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Voice of Democracy Contest 3: Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
BILL DAVIES--E1 Club Espanol 1,25 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Honor Roll l,2,35 Scholarship Team 2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Track Team 3
GALE DAVIS--Clientes Latinae 1,25 Honor Roll 1,2,35 Track Team 35 Zem Zem Staff 3.
JUDY DAY--Y-Teens 1,2.
DIXIE DENNY--Class Officer 45 Student Council 45 Entered from North College Hill 2.
FLORENCE DOHRMANN--Glee 1,2,3,4.
CAROL DREIER--GAA 2,45 Honor Roll 1,25 Pep Squad 2,45 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens l,2,J.
GERTRUDE DREIER--Clientes Latinae 25 Glee 15 Honor Roll 1,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 3,45 l'ep Squad 45 Spotlight Club
45 Volleyball 45 Y-Teens 3,4.
JUDITH ECKEL--Clientes Latinae 25 GAA 45 Home Ec. 3,45 Honor Roll 1,2,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 45 Pep Squad 3,45
Spotlight Club 45 Voice of Democracy Contest 35 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
MARLLNE u.sl:N--Basketball 2,35 GAA 3,45 cloo a,45 Honor Roll 1,25 Pep squad 1,25 Volleyball 2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
RICHARD ENDRES--Band l,z,a,45 Camera Club 2,s,45 El Club Espanol 45 Hl-Y 2,:l,45 Honor Roll 2,35 Spotlight Club 4.
CHARLES rl-:Lss--Basketball 25 Football l,2,3,45 Baseball 2.
SHARON FR.l"J'ITZEL--A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Camera Club l,2,3,45 GAA 15 Glee l,2,3,45 Sparkettes 2,35 Spotlight Club
45 Y-Teens 1,2,3.
RICHARD FULLER--Band l,2,3,45 Camera Club 2,3,45 Clientes Latinae 25 Honor Roll 15 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 1,25
Scholarship Team 1,35 Spotlight Club 45 Track Team 3.
BRAD FULLERTON--Basketball 25 Football 35 Glee 15 Honor Roll 15 Spotlight Club 4.
LEAH GEESLIN--Band l,2,3,45 GAA 35 Glee 1,35 Home Ec. 45 Honor Roll 1,25 L.G.D. 2,3545 Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Spotlight
Club 45 Voice of Democracy Contest 35 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Zem Zem Staff 3.
JUDITH GETTLE--Band l,2,3,45 Class Officer 25 El Club Espanol 1,25 GAA l,2,3,45 Honor Roll l,2,35 L.G.D. l,2,3,45 Pep
Squad 15 Scholarship Team 25 Sparkettes 2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Student Council 25 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
LEONA HAl.I.EY--Camera Club 4.
PEGGY HFJVIPH.--Band l,2,3,45 Class Officer 35 El Club Espanol 3,45 GAA 1,45 Glee 35 Honor Roll 35 L.G.D. 3,45 Pep Squad
2,3,45 Soarkettes 25 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Entered from Elmwood Place School l.
DAVID HINSON--Band l,2,3,45 El Club Espanol 25 Glee 1,45 I-li-Y 2,3,45 Honor Roll 1,2535 Scholarship Team 25 Spotlight
Club 45 Track Team 3,45 Voice of Democracy Contest 45 A Cappella Choir 1,4.
TERRY HOCHSCHEID--Basketball 1,25 Football l,2.
BETTY HUBER--GAA 2,35 Glee 1,25 Home Ec. 15 Pep Squad 2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Entered from Green-
DAVID HUDSON--Camera Club l.
MARIANNE HUSER--El Club Espanol 1,25 GAA 3,45 Home Ec. l,2,3,45 Honor Roll l,2,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 3,45 Pep
Squad l,2,3,45 Scholarship Team l,2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Voice of Democracy Contest 35 Y-Teens 15 Zem Zem Staff 4.
RICHARD IMHULSE- -Camera Club 15 El Club Espanol 3,45 Hi-Y 2,3545 Honor Roll 25 Spotlight Club 45 Zem Zem Staff
RALPH JAEGER--Basketball 25 El Club Espanol 25 Football 2,3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Honor Roll l,2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Track
FLAELENE JASPER--Band l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 GAA l,2,3,45 Home Ec. 152,35 Honor Roll l,2,35 Hoot 'n' Holler
Staff 1,25 L.G.D. 3,45 Pep Squad 1,25 Spotlight Club 45 Student Council l,2,3,45 Voice Of Democracy Contest 35 Volley-
ball 35 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
FRFDRICK JOHNSON--Basketball 2,3,45 Class Officer 15 Clientes Latinae 1,25 Football 35 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Baseball 1,35
Honor Roll l,2,35 Scholarship Team l,2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Track Team 3.
JOAN LEMKUHL--Entered from Hillsborough 3.
ROGER LISTER--Entered from Hughes 45 Spotlight Club 45 A Cappella 4.
GEMMA LISTERMANN--GAA lg Home Ec. l,2,3,45 Honor Roll 25 Pep Squad 35 Student Council 45 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
LOWELL MacKENZlE--Entered from Prestonburg, Ky. 35 Basketball 3,45 Football 3,45 Baseball 35 Honor Roll 35 Track
Team 35 Spotlight Club 45 Jr.-Sr. Prom King.
SHEILA MAHER--Basketball 2,3,45 Clientes Latinae 1,25 GAA l,2,3,45 Glee 15 Honor Roll l,2,35 L.G.D. l,2,3,45 Pep Squad
l,2,3,45 Scholarship Team l,2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Student Council 35 Volleyball 2,35 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Zem Zem Staff
JOAN MARSTON--Home Ec. 1-5 Pep Squad 1,2,45 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
CAROL MCCORMICK--GAA l,2,35 Glee l,2,3,45 Honor Roll 35 Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
JOHN MCLAREN III--Band 2,3,45 Camera Club 2,3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Baseball 2,35 Honor Roll 2,35 Scholarship Team 35 Track
Team 35 Spotlight Club 4.
JANFI' MEISTER--E1 Club Espanol 25 GAA 2,3,45 Glee 1,45 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 1,25 Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Spotlight Club
45 Voice of Democracy Contest 35 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
BARBARA MII.LER--Camera Club 3,45 GAA 1,25 Glee 15 Y-Teens 1.
BARBARA MOUNT--Clientes Latinae 25 GAA 25 Glee 45 Home Ec. 3,45 Pep Squad 25 Volleyball 45 Y-Teens 3,4.
DH. MUCKENFUHS--Basketball 2,35 Camera Club l,2,3,45 Track Team 1,2,3.
JOYCE MUHLENHARD--Clientes Latinae 25 GAA l,2,3,45 Glee l,2,3,45 Honor Roll 35 L.G.D. 3545 Pep Squad l,2,3,45
Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
JAMES MULLOY--Entered from St. Xavier 45 El Club Espanol 45 Spotlight Club 4.
SYLVIA NADERMAN--Class Officer 35 Glee l,2,3,45 Home Ec. 1,25 Honor Roll 35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 25 L.G.D. 3,45
Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Student Council 45 Voice of Democracy Contest 35 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
LlDA NESS--A Cappella Choir 45 Camera Club 2,3,45 El Club Espanol 15 Glee 15 Honor Roll l,2,35 Scholarship Team 15
Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens l,3.
MARIE NOES--Y-Teens l,2.
JANE PANSING--Class Officer 45 Clientes Latinae 25 GAA 1,2,3,45Glee l,2,3,45 Honor Roll 35 L.G.D. 3,45 Pep Squad 1,
2,3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Volleyball 25 Y-Teens l,2,3,4.
,PHYLLIS PARKER--GAA 2,45 Honor Roll 15 Pep Squad 2,45 Spotlight Club 45 Voice of Democracy Contest 45 Y-Teens
LLOYD PORTER--Band1,2,3,45 Camera l,2,3,45 Glee 1,2.
CAROL RAMBO--Pep Squad 45 Y-Teens 3,45 Entered from Flint, Michigan 3.
JANE REED--Home Ec. 3,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens 3,45 Entered from Woodward 3.
SUSAN REICH--Clientes Latinae 45 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 45 GAA 45 Pep Squad 45 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Entered
from Pennsbury, Pa. 4.
JACK RENTSCHLER- -Basketball 25 Football 45 Track Team 3.
JOAN RETTIG--Clientes Latinae 25 Honor Roll 152,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Spotlight Club 45
Voice of Democracy Contest 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
KEN RICHARDS--Band l,2,35 Camera Club 1,25 Clientes Latinae 25 Hi-Y 3,45 Honor Roll 1,35 Scholarship Team 35
Spotlight Club 4. '
BARBARA RITTER- -Band 45 Spotlight Club 45 Entered from Athens, Ohio 4.
JANICE ROEHLING--A Cappella Choir 35 Basketball 3,45 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 35 El Club Espanol 1,25 GAA
1 2 3 4- G1 1 2 3 4- Pe S uad 1 2 3 4' S otli ht Club 4' Student Council 1,2 3 4- Volleyball 3- Jr.-Sr. Prom Queen 35
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JUDY SALZMAN--Class Officer 25 Clientes Latinae 25 GAA 1,2,3,45 Glee 25 Home Ec. 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Spot-
light Club 45 Student Council 15 Y-Teens 1,25 Zem Zem Staff 3,4.
PHILLIP SCHFIFEL--Spotlight Club 4.
DALE SCHWAEBLE--Football 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Baseball 35 Track Team 3.
KATHY SHERIDAN Clientes Latinae 2 GAA 1 2 3 4 Glee 2 Honor Roll 1 2,3 L G D 3 4 Pep Squad 1 2 3,4 Spotlig
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Club 45 Student Council 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Zem Zem Staff 3,4.
FRANKIE SUE SIBERT--Basketball 3,45 GAA l,2,45 Home Ec. 45 Pep Squad 45 Volleyball 3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
ALBERT SILBER--Basketball 1,25 Spotlight Club 4.
PEGGY SKEENS--GAA 15 Glee 15 Pep Squad 15 Y-Teens 1.
DANII1 SYNDER--Band 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1,2535 Spotlight Club 4.
NEIL STATEN--Football 45 Spotlight Club 4.
MARY STAUBACH- -GAA 45 Glee 1,25 Home Ec. 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Voice of Democracy Contest 35 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4
RUTI-IIE STAUBITZ--GAA l,2,35 Glee l,2,45 Home Ec. 1,25 Pep Squad 1,2535 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens l,2,4.
SUSAN STODDARD--A Cappella Choir 35 Basketball 3,45 El Club Espanol 1,25 GAA 1,2,3,45 Glee 1,2,3,45 Honor Roll 15
Hoot 'n' Holler Staff l,2,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Volleyball 253,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
WILLIAM STOFFREGEN--Basketball 2,3,45 Football z,a,45 Golf 35 Hi-Y 3,45 Honor R011 2,35 Spotlight cxub 45 Entered
from Sedgwick, Conn. 25 Track Team 3.
WAYNE STONER--Basketball 2,35 El Club Espanol 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Golf 35 Hi-Y 3,45 Baseball 1,25 Honor Roll 35
Spotlight Club 45 Track Team 3.
ALICE SUNDERI-IAUS--Basketball 2,3545 Cheerleader 3,45 Clientes Latinae 25 GAA 1,2,3,45 Home Ec. 152,35 Honor Roll
25 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 1,25 L.G.D. 253,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Student Council 35 Volleyball 2,35 Y-Teens l,2,35 Zem
Zem Staff 3.
PATRICIA ANN TAYLOR--Entered from Reading 35 A Cappella Choir l,2,45 GAA 1,25 Glee 1525 Honor Roll 25 Spotlight
Club 45 Y-Teens 1,2.
NANCY LEE TEBBE--Clientes Latinae 1,25 GAA l,2,35 Glee 1,45 Home Ec. 15 Honor Roll 152,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 25
Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1,35 Spotlight Club 45 Voice of Democracy Contest 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Zem Zem
RUTH Tl'J.FORD--Class Officer 45 Clientes Latinae 1,25 Honor Roll 1,2535 Literary Gold Diggers 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45
Scholarship Team 1,25 Sparkettes 25 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Zem Zem Staff 3,4.
JUDY THIELMEYER--Entered from St. Bernard 35 Band 1,25 Cheerleader 15 Class Officer 1,25 GAA l,2,45 Pep Squad 45
Voice of Democracy Contest 3,45 Y-Teens 354.
DONALD TODD--Entered from Central High 25 Basketball 35 Football 3,45 Baseball 253.
WAYNE TODT--Glee 4.
NELSON TROTH, Jr.--Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track Team 1,2,3.
CECE MARY VAN VLIET--Entered from Regina 35 GAA 45 Honor Roll 35 Pep Squad 3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens 3,4.
JAMES WALLACE--Band 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y 45 Spotlight Club 4.
ROY WEBER--A Cappella Choir 35 Camera Club 15 Class Officer 35 Glee 1,25 Hi-Y 3,45 Honor Roll 2,35 Scholarship
Team 35 Spotlight Club 45 Student Council 2,3,4.
ANN WHITE--Entered from Maryland 25 Clientes Latinae 45 GAA 35 Glee 2,35 Honor Roll 2,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 3,45
Pep Squad 3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Voice of Democracy Contest 45 Y-Teens 3,4.
SALLIE WIEGAND--Band 2,3,45 Camera Club 45 Clientes Latinae 25 Honor Roll l,2,35 Hoot 'n' Holler Staff 45 Scholar-
ship Team l,2,35 Spotlight Club 45 Student Council 15 Voice of Democracy Contest 45 Y-Teens 2.
MARY BETH WILGER- -Clientes Latlnae 25 GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
CARMEIJEEN YOCCO--El Club Espanol 1,25 GAA 25 Glee 2,45 Home Ec. 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Spotlight Club 45 Y-Teens
HISTQRY QF THE
CLASS QF '
Shoe polish, lipstick. horrible food, and "big" Seniors--that 's what
we saw during those first days of school and initiation. There were
130 freshmen then, coming from Mt. Healthy, Finneytown, Monfort
Heights, Springdale, and New Burlington. We joined many clubs and
made new friends. We ended the year with a hayride and a gay time.
Our Sophomore year came and with it, new responsibilities. Many
of us were officers in clubs, and others were excelling in the classroom
or on athletic teams.
As Juniors, we worked all year selling student directories, refresh-
ments at the games, and sponsoring "sock hops." All this was done so
we could give the seniors a good prom. That we did. "An Evening in
Paris" was a wonderful success, and everyone loved it. Our class
brought in the most tax stamps that year for the Zem Zem. So, a
junior, Larry Berner, was elected "Principal for a Day." We then
ordered our class rings, realizing we were almost seniors.
At last, WE were the "big" seniors. Some of us were presidents of
the school clubs and "heroes" of the athletic teams. We took a
fabulous trip to Washington, D.C., and presented a hilarious play,
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." Other high lights of the year were
the crownings of Janice Roehling as Homecoming Queen, Judy Salz-
man as Basketball Queen, Leah Geeslin as Y-Teen Prom Queen, and
Sheila Maher as GAA Prom Queen.
All too soon, the year drew to a close, and we were measured for
our caps and gowns. Baccalaureate services were held, and Graduation
day arrived? On May 29, 1958, as we marched down the aisle to the
strains of "Pomp and Circumstance," pleasant memories filled our
minds, and we were all proud to be Mt. Healthy's Class of 1958.
Myrna Barnes Sue Cumbow Bill Davies Terry I-lochscheid
Joan Marston Sylvia Naderman Lloyd Porter Mary Staubach
Nancy Tebbe Mary Beth Wilger
As the clock nears its final stroke, the Zem Zem graduating class are sons and daughters of alumni who
wishes to acknowledge members of the Senior Class have remained in or around Mt. Healthy through the
whose parents and grandparents were graduates of Mt. years.
THROUGH THE YEARS g
Myma Bames--Alexis Barnes, Nellie B. Bamesg mang Lloyd Porter--Lorena Voglerg Mary Staubach--
Sue Cumbow--Ross Cumbow: Bill Davies--Ruth Holleg Marie Meierg Nancy Tebbe--Leonard Tebbeg Mary
Terry Hochscheid--Howard l-Iochscheidg Joan Marston Beth Wilger--Harry Wilger.
--Viola Imhulseg Sylvia Naderman--William Nader-
The Jefferson Monument, the first stop, is really
something to behold!
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Did you climb the steps of the Washington Monu-
ASHI GTO TRIP
lt's time again for that exciting trip to Washington
That was the thought in the minds of the juniors and
seniors around March 27. That was the day they
boarded the train and were on their way.
The sights they saw were marvelous. They visited
the Capitol building, the Tomb ofthe Unknown
Soldier, Mt. Vernon, the Smithsonian Institute, the
White House, and many, many other interesting
places. Some brave souls even climbed up and down
Those lucky ones who saw the Capitol at night saw a
the 898 steps of the Washington Monument.
There was hardly time to eat, but when they ate,
they really ate! Will any of them ever forget the
All too soon it was over and time to go home.
The tired but happy travelers boarded the train again
for the sleepy ride home, a pleasant ending to a good
The entrance to the White House is quite impressive
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Babe Ruth Award . .
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Mr. and Miss Mt. Healthy . . . .
Leah and Lowell, Mr. and Miss Mt. Healthy, were
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that they had won. award.
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Everyone got a kick out of Freshman Initiation.
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ROW ONE: Mrs. Roach, S. Naderman, J. Roehling, P. Stout, J. Quattlander, M. Van Guelpen, V. Logan. ROW
TWO: R. Jasper, B. Frey, D. Denny, G. Listerman, L. Brischke, B. Rief, L. Stoffregen. ROW THREE: J. Westen-
dorf, S. Caldwell, B. Ware, K. Hagedorn, D. I-lenn, R. Weber, K. Sheridan. NOT PICTURED: R. Richley.
TLIDE T COUNCIL
Whether it's helping a fellow student with his
troubles, opening lockers, or even selling mixed nuts,
our clock finds the Student Council alwa s on the 'ob.
As the hands move around the clock, Student Council
is trying to solve another of the student body's
problems. Representatives, from grades nine through
twelve, meet to discuss these problems. Each Council
member strives to improve the conditions of our
SEATED: D. Henn, Vice -Pres., J.
Roehling, Pres. STANDING: R.
Jasper, Treas.: M. VanGuelpen,
ROW ONE: J. Staubach, J. Cook, Miss Frost, J. Salzman, J. Chambers. ROW TWO: R. Telford, M. Huser, S.
Maher, R. Bricker, K. Sheridan, J. Mueller, N. Tebbe. ROW THREE: J. Westendorf, S. Caldwell, T. Bunnell, R
Imhulse, D. Nolte, A. Stratman, J. Martin.
ZEM ZEM ST FF
Turn back you hands, Oh Mr. Time. Remember millions of tax stamps. The class which won the
the time when ---, "Shoot for the Moon" tax stamp contest elected a
The Zem Zem staff works 'round the clock trying "Mayor for the Day." Though it is hard work, typing
to record all the events of the past year at Healthy. copy and selling ads, each staff member works eagerly
To secure money for this tremendous task, staff mem- to put out a better Zem Zem each year.
bers solicit ads, sell annuals, and collect and count
SEATED: R. Telford, Editor.
STANDING: T. Bunnell, Cir. Mgr., AJ -.,rt"
J. Staubach, Secy., K. Sheridan, Adv. '
Huser, Asst. Ed. STANDING: S.
Caldwell, Sports Ed., J. Rice,
Secy.3 A. White, Editor, J.
Mueller, Bus. Mgr.
HOOT ' HOLLER
Every month members of Hoot 'n Holler have a papers. This year members worked longer and harder
race with the hands on the clock. The staff wrote than ever to publish a printed paper.
articles, typed and corrected copy, and helped sell the
ROW ONE: J. Cook, J. McKendree, C. Reuter, S. Russell, M. Barnes, L. Ritchie. ROW TWO: Miss Miller, J.
Rice, J. Mueller, S. Reich, J. Rettig, D. Ritz, L. Ness, S. Stoddard. ROW THREE: M. Huser, T. Dreier, C.
Nevin, M. Jacobs, S. Wiegand, S. Caldwell, J. Eckel. NOT PICTURED: A. White.
SEATED: T. Dreier, Cir. Mgr., M.
J. Cook, T1'eas.3 L. Geeslin, Pres.5
E. Kuhlman, Secy.- J. Gettle,
LITER RY GOLD DIC-EGERS
The Literary Gold Diggers is an organization of school library. An annual affair of L.G.D. is the spun
thirty girls who have an average of eighty-five or soring of a talent show which was given this year on
above. The purpose of the club is to buy books for the MHFCII 5-
ROW ONE: J. Muhlenhard, J. Cook, J. Haefele, R. Jasper, N. Albright, A. Auburn, S. Naderman, J. McKendree
Mrs. White. ROW TWO: M. Bellnca, L. Stevenson, J. Gettle, S. Maher, S. Cumbow, C. Haskins, R. Telford, J
Pansing. ROW THREE: A. Sunderhaus, J. Westendorf, J. Martin, L. Geeslin, E. Kuhlmanri, N. Wallbrech, K.
ROW ONE: B. Brouse, J. McKendree, J. Goldsmith, P. Wainscott, E. Motz, S. Becker, A. Hauer, Miss Frost. ROW
TWO: C. Ritter, L. Stevenson, S. Reich, W. Shockley, S. Korn. ROW THREE: T. Springer, C. Wilson, R. Ware, A
Stratman, T. Butler, W. Mercer. NOT PICTURED: E. Taphorn.
LIE TES L TINA
At each Latin Club meeting the hands of the clock
are turned back to view ancient Roman classics and
culture. Members, second year Latin students, maintain
the shoe checks at the Sock Hops as a means of earning
money for a gift to the school. Latin Club, also, spon-
sors the "Poster and Scrapbook Contest" open to all
Latin I students. At the club 's annual picnic old mem
bers welcome into the club Latin I students with an
average of above 90070.
ROW ONE: Miss Frost, C. Ehrhardt, J. Braune, R. McSwain, D. Topits. ROW TWO: L. Ness, T. Kaiser, J. Haefele
A. Auburn, B. Mount, V. Schmidt, B. Douglas. ROW THREE: S. Kummler, J. Sparks, T. Harry, D. Smith, G.
Weltzien, D. Moak, G. Ferree. ROW FOUR: D. Reinhart, G. Stoelting, G. Duncan, V. Wiegand, T. Van Valey, T
Unks, M. Middleton. NOT PICTURED: A. White.
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ROW ONE: G. Schragge, S. Morris, P. McLaren, J. Quattlander, M. Wallace, D. Fredericks, M. VanVliet, M.
Grodsky, K. Kincaid. ROW TWO: E. Winn, C. Ewald, K. Alexander, D. Sunderhaus, L. Alexander, R. Endres, K.
Wieland, Miss Miller. ROW THREE: C. Pugh, J. Mulloy, I-l. Rettinger, B. VanAu.sdall, Tom Ackerman, S. Rose,
C. Atkinson. ROW FOUR: W. Etzel, J. Adams, D. Clark, R. Imhulse, R. Endres, B. McKee, J. Denby.
EL LLIB ESPANOL
Que' hora es? It's time for another El Club Espanol
meeting. Each stroke of the clock found Spanish Club
planning one of its many activities. Members not only
learned to speak El Espanol, but studied the customs,
manners, and dress of our Spanish speaking neighbors.
They also attend the annual dinner held at the Spanish
Inn. Sampling Spanish delicacies, speaking El Espanol,
or learning the ways of our South American neighbors,
each member has had mucho gusto this year.
D. Sunderhaus, Vice-Pres., P. Hempel,
Pres.5 D. Imhulse, Secy.3 -Treas.
ROW ONE: Mrs. Wortmann, P. Parker, J. Rettig, K. Richards, B. Huber, C. VanVliet, J. Salzman, M. B. Wilger
M. Barnes. ROW TWO: S. Cumbow, J. Mulloy, J. Meister, G. Davis, S. Wiegand, J. Wallace, L. Geeslin, J.
Eckel, B. Commins, S. Reich. ROW THREE: J. Combs, R. Endres, B. Fullerton, W. Stoner, R. Imhulse, D. Sny-
der, N. Staten, B. Davis, J. McLaren, l-l. Covert.
B. Stoffregen, Pres., J. Eckel,
Secy., S. Cumbow, Vice-Pres.,
M. Barnes, Treas.5 N. Tebbe,
H. Covert, G. Davis, J. Combs, K. K
Never a dull moment. This describes Spotlight The Spotlight has a chance to shine before the
Club completely. The members are English IV Stu- entire student body each year at Christmas and at the
dents and Spotlight affords them many opportunities annual Senior class play.
to demonstrate their dramatic ability.
ROW ONE: S. Frentzel, S. Naderman, C. Yocco, L. Ness, J. Pansing, J. Roehling, J. Muhlenhard, J. Reed, P.
Taylor. ROW TWO: Mrs. Wortmann, R. Jasper, B. Ritter, R. Bricker, J. Thielmeyer, R. Telford, J. Gettle, M.
Staubach, D. Fuller. ROW THREE: R. Staubitz, K. Sheridan, M. Huser, S. Bowman, T. Dreier, S. Stoddard, S.
Maher, D. Bowersox, N. Tebbe. ROW FOUR: R. Weber, D. Hinson, A. Silber, R. Lister, R. Johnson, T. Bunnell,
B. Stoffregen, L. Mackenzie, D. Scott, R. Jaeger.
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ROW ONE: M. Kapson, M. Steiner, L. Moore, J. Brakmanis, B. Wentzel, B. Bray, D. Bedacht, S.
Klenk, R. Endres, N. Albright, A. Auburn, B. Auburn, M. Ossage, M. Bryant, Mr. Ritter. ROW
TWO: E. Jaeger, G. Hammond, J. Bahr, S. Scott, K. Howes, D. Sheppard, W. Rambo, G. Pottinger
P. Wood, J. Lachman, B. Ritter, C. Cornelius. ROW THREE: D. Fuller, E. Shale, B. Coy, T. Shot-
well, D. Reinhart, J. Cornelius, T. Emmons, L. Geeslin, G. Ferree, R. Hilgeman, J. Davis, D.
Zimmerman, J. Klotz. ROW FOUR: B. Richley, G. Jones, G. Stoelting, L. Porter, V. Wiegand, T.
Bunnell, M. Beisner, J. Peters, M. Huber, J. Fein, J. Kennedy, D. Henn, J. Adams.
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ROW ONli: Mr. Ritter, C. Regensburger, B. Brouse, J. McKendree, J. Leibrook, J. Cook, S. Russell, V. Dillen-
berger, K. Case, D. Ferdon, B. Case. ROW TWO: D. Nolte, J. Cook, R. Jasper, C. Atkinson, L. Alexander, J.
Mueller, R. Wainscott, P. Stout, M. Wallace, E. Winn. ROW THREE: L. Stevenson, A. Starner, S. Cumbow, R.
Bricker, S. Willis, J. Suttman, J. Gettle, J. 1-laefele, M. Bellanca. ROW FOUR: J. Waskam, E. Shale, S. Wie-
gand, J. Wallace, J. McLaren, D. Snyder, P. Vinson, D. I-linson, J. Stehlin, J. Huber. NOT PICTURED: K. Bush-
man, R. Richley.
Seventh bell is here again. Unpacking their in- practice long and hard in order to present many fine
struments, band members scurry to the practice field concerts, especially the annual Christmas Concert.
to march, play, and try out new formations which will Seventh bell comes to a close. Instruments are
entertain our rooters at the football games. cleaned and packed away until tomorrow when "time
At the close of football season band members marches on" and our band along with it.
KNEELING: Jim Davis. STANDING
Barb Bray, Raelene Jasper, Thelma
Emmons, Peg Hempel, JoAnn
Suttman, Judy Cettle.
N. Wallbrech, Treas.5 D. J.
Nolte, Secy.g J. Cook, Prog
Chr.3 L. Geeslin, Pres. NOT
PICTURED: S. Naderman,
ROW ONE B Brouse J Braune N Chnstenson J Becker B Davxs B Douglass, L.Barnes. ROW TWO: M
Bellanca D Dannels B Cham J Brakmams J Cook S Becker A Barnes L Bockleman. ROW THREE: J
Cook C Denny D Bedacht J Chambers P Bowman N Albnght J Albreeht,A.Auburn, C. Cramer, M. J
Clark ROW FOUR L Alexander H Anderson J Bahr J Gettle D Bowersox, T. Dreier, J. Denby, C. Camp
ROW ONE: G. Hafer, C. Ehrhardt, A. Hauer, M. Grodsky, D. Eckerlin, K. Kincaid, T. Flannery. ROW TWO: J.
Goldsmith, N. Griffith, C. Ewald, K. Kellett, P. Frye, R. Endres, M. Hinson, G. Fischer. ROW THREE: L. Krali-
ling, S. Herndon, M. Elsen, S. Korn, S. Kummler, J. Haefele, R. Jasper, C. Franklin. ROW FOUR: C. Haskins, C.
Kase, E. Kuhlmann, L. Geeslin, S. I-logue, T. Emmons, B. Gau, J. Eckel, J. Huber, G. Hudson.
From his place above Study Hall, hands situated at The eleven squads worked hard this year to raise
3:15 Mr. Clock watches another Y-Teen meeting get money for the annual Christmas Prom. They also
under way. Members are discussing the final plans planned socials and worked on service projects.
for the "Christmas Dream Prom," or another of the Whatever the Y-Teens did, they always had a
many projects of our schools largest organization. good time doing it.
ROW ONE: S. Morris, P. McLaren, J. McKendree, J. Liebrook, J. Padgett, J. Muhlenhard. ROW TWO: M. Mc-
Gurk, P. Manning, B. Langenbahn, J. Marston, S. Naderman, N. Miller, V. Logan, J. Moss. ROW THREE: N.
Macaluso, G. Listermann, C. McCormick, D. Lotz, D. McCool, C. Loeffler, S. Maher, D. Nolte, K. Leming. ROW
FOUR: B. Mount, E. Motz, J. Martin, M. Middleton, L. Ormston, J. Meister, J. Langenbahn, A. Mullinix, J. Muel-
ler, D. Moak.
ROW ONE: L. Shelnutt, S. Perkins, K. Smith, L. Ritchie, L. Praechter, J. Staubach, C. Rocca, C. Reuter, D.
Ralphy, L. Reuter. ROW TWO: G. Schrage, K. Richter, V. Schmidt, P. Parker, D. Sclmetzer, J. Pansing, S. Rus-
sell, J. Salzman, J. Reed, J. Quattlander, C. Regensburger. ROW THREE: D. Ritz, N. Ruff, M. Staubach, P.
Scheidt, K. Shaw, A. Starner, C. Rambo, G. Switzer, J. Rice, J. Roehling. ROW FOUR: D. Pracclitcr, C. Pugh,
C. Reif, M. Sabato, H. Rettinger, K. Sheridan, F. Sibert, J. Rettig, D. Scliiering, S. Reich, B. Ramp.
ROW ONE: M. VanVliet, B. White, C. Yocco, M. Wilger, M. V.mCuelpcn, C. Taylor, S. Wakeman. ROW TWO:
J. Zimmerer, M. Wallace, D. Topits, J. Wiesmann, E. Winn, P. Stout, M. Wiesman, C. Tyler, S. York, ROW
THREE: B. Wiest, K. Wuster, C. VanVleit, L. Taylor, L. Stevenson, M. Wingerberg, P. Wainscott,J. Thielmcycr,L
Stoffregen. ROW FOUR: R. Staubitz, J. Westendorf, N. Wallbrech, E. Timm, B. VanAusdall, J. Stehlin, S.
Stoddard, N. Tebbe, R. Telford, B. Stewart.
Mr. Clock and members of Y-Teens with their
escorts had quite a time at the annual Christmas
Prom on December 14. A fantasy of angels, fluffy
clouds, and similar decorations were perfect for this
"Christmas Dream." It was a big night for Rick
Johnson and Leah Geeslin, who were crowned king
Queen Leah and King Rick.
" HRIS I MAS DREAM"
The Corn Fed Five really added to that floorshow. Our Alumni and chaperones also enjoyed this evening.
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Time runs out on another year for Hi-Y, and looking ican Basketball Team." Also this year they became
back, this was an especially busy year for the club. As active in the state wide youth and government program
an individual organization they sponsored a hayride, a sending delegates to the city wide councils, the pre-
fruit cake sale, their annual candy sale, April initiation legislative conference and the mock legislature held
of new member, and of course, their usual "All Amer- in Columbus.
ROW ONE: Mr. Brinker, D. Richley, M. Jacobs, R. Weber, S. Caldwell, T. Shotwell, R. Jaeger, J. Seim, S.
Richards. ROW TWO: R. Zimmerman, A. Stratman, J. Cornelius, D. Hinson, R. Endres, B. Davies, J. McLaren,
D. Henn, T. Seigle. ROW THREE: D. Nolte, T. Bunnell, D. Schwaeble, W. Stoner, R. Imhulse, B. Stoffregen, R.
Johnson, L. Martini, K. Hagerdorn.
D. Eckerlin, Sec'y.5 G. Hudson,
Vice-Pres.: E. Kuhlman, Treas.5
S. Mahex, Pres.
ROW ONE: D. Eckerlin, C. Ehrhardt, B. Douglass, M. Grodsky, B. Case, P. Dunagan. ROW TWO: K. Case, K.
Bryant, J. Chambers, C. Ewald, R. Endres, B. Chain, J. Cook, E. Carter. J. Brakmanis. ROW THREE: D. Bedacht,
M. Craft, M. Elsen, J. Cettle, L. Alexander, J. Albrecht, L. Brischke, P. Bowman. ROW FOUR: H. Anderson, C.
Campbell, D. Bowersox, J. Eckel, T. Emmons, S. Clyde, J. Denby, S. Bowman, J. Baht.
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Prom, the GAA becomes a beehive of activity. The
girls hire a band, arrange for decorations, and dream
up a catchy theme. This year the theme was
"Shangri La," the mythical place where time stands
still. This did not hold true that night, for the four
hours of the dance sped by too quickly. The high-
light of the evening was the crowning of the queen
and king, Sheila Maher and Dale Schwaeble.
Queen Sheila and King Dale!
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Jerry seems to enjoy Sue and Pat's song.
J. Martin, Secy.5 K. Sheridan,
Pres., A. Sunderhaus, Vice-Pres.,
P. McLaren, Treas.
ROW ONE: P. Dunagon, L. Barnes, B. Douglass, M. Grodsky, B. Langenbahn, A. Hauer, M. Barnes, C. Ewald, J.
Klein, J. Cook, E. Carter, K. Case, K. Bryant, M. Jurgen, S. Harvey, K. Kincaid. ROW TWO: R. Endres, L.
Bockelman, B. Listerman, P. Bowman, C. Cramer, A. Auburn, L. Alexander, J. Haefele, G. Listerman, E. Burns, L.
Birschke, M. Craft, C. Atkinson. J. Cook, D. Eckerlin. ROW THREE: M. Bellanca, C. Chadwick, S. Kummler, C
Haskins, L. Krahling, M. Huser, J. Bahr, D. Bowersox, S. Cumbow, S. Maher, G. Hudson, C. Kase, M. 1-lagedorn, S
Korn, K. Kincaid. ROW FOUR: C. Campbell, J. Langenbahn, B. Gau, J. Denby, T. Brooks, L. Geeslin, L. Mar-
tini, S. Hogue, T. Seigle, J. Eckel, J. Eastslack, E. Kuhlmann, J. Martin, T. Dreier.
ROW ONE: D. Peters, P. McLaren, L. Ritchie, L. Muhlenhard, J. Staubach, J. Reed, J. Roehling, C. Reuter, S.
York, M. VanGuelpen, C. Rocca, M. VanVliet, C. Taylor. ROW ROWS L. Reuter, K. Wurster, P. Shipler, B.
Ramp, P. Parker, C. Rambo, J. Thielmeyer, J. Salzman, E. Winn, D. Schnetzer, D. Ritz, M. B. Wilger, J. McKen-
dree. ROW THREE: M. Williams, J. Pansing, J. Schwartz, L. Stevenson, K. Reif, K. Sheridan, S. Reich, J. Rettig
R. Telford, B. Wiest, M. Staubach, A. Starner, A. Sunderhaus, S. Russell. ROW FOUR: N. Wallbrech, J. Stehlin,
S. Stoddard, F. Sibert, D. Nolte, H. Rettinger, T. VanValey, B. VanAusdall, J. Meister, E. Timm, J. Westendorf,
N. Tebbe, K. Weiland. NOT PICTURED: B. Weisner.
"Now is the time for all school-spirited students to come to the support of our teams." The purpose of the Pep
Squad is exactly this. At each game the Pep Squad is well represented. Members do much to promote school
spirit and should be commended.
Some of the Pep Squad members cheer the team on.
A. White, Prog. Chr.5 T. Van-
Valey, Vice-Pres.5 S. Kummler,
Pres.5 D. Smith,Secy.5 C.
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Mr. Stefan. Lowell and Art have a hard practice
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Mr. Clock had quite a busy time keeping up with a feat because in this, our first year in the Millcreek
our varsity football team. From the first practice on Valley League, our boys faced tougher opponents and
August 20, to the last victorious game over Reading also battled Asiatic flu.
Q40 -Of, our boys did not waste a second of their valu- As a reward for their hard work in making the 1957
able practice or playing time. This thriftiness of time football season successful, members of the team tra-
paid off as the team recorded a fairly successful sea- veled to Columbus to see an Ohio State game. This
son of six wins and three losses. This record was quite trip was sponsored by the Athletic Boosters.
Our boys really worked hard for a good team.
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The minutes tick off. Zero hour of October 4,
1957 is fast approaching. Who will be our Home-
coming Queen--Janice, Dixie, Raelene, Alice,
Claire, or Peg? Oh, here come co-captains, Ralph
Jaeger and Nelson Troth!
It's Jan! She's our Homecoming Queen! Con-
gratulations, Queen Janice!
In keeping with that night's excitement and
spirit, our team crushed Sharonville 26-O.
Queen Janice !
Alice Sunderhaus, Janice Roehling, Raelene Jasper, Peg I-Iernpel, Dixie Denny, Claire Campbell.
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The cheerleaders get things started by lighting the The band helped add to the excitement.
Everyone felt his school spirit as the dummies were
thrown into the fire.
Turn back, O Clock! Remember the night of
October 3? The Jr. Class sponsored the Pow Wow.
Into an enormous bonfire were thrown dummies of
challengers, Sharonville. That was only the be-
ginning of the treatment they would receive the
following night. Led by the Cheerleaders and band,
the crowd cheered our team. The candidates for
Homecoming Queen were also introduced. Everyone
had a swell time.
ROW ONE: Klems, D., Leuchauer, J., Spears, F., Bloom, B., Morris, D , Etzel T ROW TWO Young T ,
Long, M., Ricketts, B., Beisner, S., Powers, O., Lohr, D. ROW THREE Betz, D Coach, Nagle, G Hartman,
F., Marston, J., Walls, C., Caldwell, J., Mesloh, T. ROW FOUR: Galardo T , Anderson D Dxckrnan,
Hite, R., Stratman, J., Swegman, B. ROW FIVE: Cutter, R., Taylor, G Sergle B Bowman, M Young, D
JR. HIGH FOO I B LL
Let's take time out to look at our future Millcreek cheer "Push em back way back as they battled and
Valley League Champs, the Junior High Football overcame their challengers of superior size Good
Team. The team, under the direction of Mr. Betz, work, boys!
had a very successful season. They took to heart the
Mt. Healthy .....
IR. HIGH FOOTBALL 1957
13 ..... Reading. .
Mt. Healthy ...... 6 ..... Greenhills
Mt. Healthy ..... 21 ..... Wyoming.
Mt. Healthy ..... 13 ..... Fairfield.
"Boy, this food is de1icious," say the boys at the annual football
Mt. Healthy. .
Mt. Healthy. .
. . . 20 ..... N.C.H ..... . .
. . . 14 ..... Greenhills.
Mt. Healthy ...... 6 ..... Sycamore.
Mt. Healthy. .
Mt. Healthy. .
. , . 26 ..... Sharonville. . . . . O
. . . 12 ..... Taylor. . .
Mt. Healthy ..... 26 ..... Colerain. .
Mt. Healthy. .
Mt. Healthy. .
Mt. Healthy. .
. . . 16 ..... Anderson. .
. . . 53 ..... Reading. . . . . .
In recognition of those who
worked 'round the clock to make
the 1957 football season a success-
ful one, the Athletic Boosters
sponsored the annual Football
Honor Banquet. After a delicious
turkey dinner, awards were pre-
sented to the team members,
cheerleaders, and coaches.
Tom and Bob eagerly announce the exciting
plays of Healthy's football team.
The coach and one of the players talk over
RESERVE: P. McLaren, M. VanV1iet, J. Baht.
VARSITY: Clockwise: J. Roehling, C. Campbell, E. Kuhlmann, A
Sunderhaus, L. Brischke.
STANDING: Armand Aufdenberg, Ron Rooks, Lowell Mackenzie, Bill Stoffregen, Mike Beisner, Rick Johnson,
Larry Martini, Ken Hagedorn, Rick Hilgeman. KNEELING: Larry Berner, Jerry Seirn, Tom Seigle, Mr. Stefan,
Don Henn, Art Stratman, Ron Zimmerman.
VARSITY BASKETB LL
With every tick of the clock, excitement soared paid off as our boys were seven -time victors.
through the crowd. To the crowd's roar of "Beat 'em, Congratulations, team, on this successful season!
boys! Beat 'em!" our team fought hard to come out Let's do it again next year.
and stay on top. The long and hard practice hours
Jump high, boys, and win this game for Mt. "Get that ball, Bill," shouts the crowd at tr Varsity
He althy. Basketball Game .
Mt. Healthy ....
Mt. Healthy ....
.Colerain ..... 51
N.C.H. ...... 44
.Greenhills .... 33
St. Bernard .... 50
Lockland ..... 58
Wyoming ..... 66
Taylor ...... 90
.Reading ...... '73
Deer Park ..... '70
N.C.H ....... 55
Greenhills .... 42
St. Bernard .... 49
Lockland ..... 65
Wyoming ..... 70
Reading ...... '73
Deer Park .... 64
Harrison ...... 51
Norwood ..... 64
On the night of the basketball queen crowning, all the basketball players and candidates intently watch as Mt
Healthy scores another victory.
Larry Bemer proves that we can fight back as he speeds
down the iloor.
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hart. KNEELING: L. Sibert, W. Koch, R. McSwain, Mr. Schlosser, T. Springer, D. Sunderhaus, R. Oberkorn.
RESERVE BASKETB LL
Another minute, another basket, and another cheer season very successful. Their hard work paid off as
for these deserving boys, our Reserve Basketball Team. the Reserve came out on top in IHOSI of their games
Under the direction of Coach Schlosser, the team As they will be the Varsity basketball players for the
practiced long and fought hard to make the 1957-58 coming season, we will surely have a winning team
These Mt. Healthy ooys were really trying hard to win when
they played this game.
Healthy. . . .
N.C.H. . .
Taylor. . .
N.C.H. . .
Mt. Healthy ..... 39. . . . ..Deer Park. . . . . . .37
Mt. Healthy ..... 37. . . . . Colerain. . . . . . .20
Mt. Healthy ..... 43. . . . . Reading .... . . . 36
Mt. Healthy ..... 37. . . . . Lockland. . . . . . 22
Mt. Healthy .... 59. . . . . .Glendale. . . . . 19
Mt. Healthy ..... 30. . . . . Mariemont. . . . . . 27
Mt. Healthy ..... 24. . . . . N.C.H ..... . . . 23
Mt. Healthy ..... 31 ........... Sharonville ...... 45
Mt. Healthy ..... 39 ........... Greenhills ....... 29
Mt. Healthy ..... 37 .......... Colerain. . . . . . 34
Mt. Healthy ..... 43. . . . . Lockland. . . . . 27
Mt. Healthy ..... 32. . . . . Deer Park .... . . .47
The teams of tomorrow are the freshmen of today, and if
the present is any indication of the future, Mt. Healthy has a
great deal to look forward to. The Freshman Basketball
Team had a good season this yearg they gave their opponents
a tough time.
The Freshman Team is really
trying hard to win this tourna-
FRESHMAN ASKETB LL
SITTING: Etzel, W., Fein, J., Vinson, P., Bitters, E., Troth, N., Morris, T., Ross, B. STANDING: Richter
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Although he kept a close watch on our reserve and
varsity teams, Mr. Clock did not slight our future
basketball stars. The Junior High Basketball Team
coached by Mr. Betz had a very good 1957-58 season.
The boys, members of the seventh and eighth grades,
were victorious in most of the games played on their
SEATED: Campbell, J., Ricketts, B., Beisner, S., Spears, F., Anderson, D., Taylor, G., Seigle, B., Morris, D.,
Etzel, T. STANDING: Betz, D., Coach, Westendorf, J., Marston, J., Roberts, E., Jasper, D., Seigle, N., Mueller, J
Rentrop, H., Scott, M., McKendree, B., Kuhlman, D., Coach. KNEELING: Stratman, J.
JR. HIGH BASKETB LL
home floor at Matthew Duvall School. They were
usually on top in their challenges away from home.
Mr. Clock is looking forward to the time when
these "little owls" will
lead Mt. Healthy's basketball
teams to many victories.
. . 27 ..... N.C.H ...... 25
. . 33 .... .Greenhills. . . 20
. . 54. .... St. Bernard. . .24
. . 33. .... Lockland .... 42
. . 31. .... Deer Park .... 14
. . 39. .... Reading ..... 30
. . 27. .... Wyoming .... 38
Mt. Healthy. . 38. .... Reading ..... 33
Our Jr. High
. . 21. .... Deer Park .... 23
enjoys a thrilling game!
. MN - J, ' The scorekeepers have an important job and they handle it
M .1-ff ' well.
Bob Jones has come to see one of our football
games, and Mr. Muskopf is right there to sell
him Cl ticket.
Judging from the reaction of the crowd, this must be a very exciting game.
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Sharon F rentzel
Hoot n' Holler Y-Teens
After a busy week of poster-making and
campaigning, the big night finally arrived.
This was February 21, 1958, the date of the
Basketball Queen Crowning. To the music
of "A Pretty Girl" down the aisle formed by
the Sparkettes, came fifteen girls, repre-
senting the various clubs at Healthy.
The lucky girl, our queen, was Judy
Salzman, Hi-Y's candidate and the schoo1's
choice. She was crowned and presented a
bouquet of roses by Bill Stoffregen and Larry
After the crowning, Queen Judy and her
attendants watched Mt. l-lealthy's last and
most exciting game of the season, a victory
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Gemma Listerman Sheila Maher Janice Roehling
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ROW ONE: J. Osborne, J. McLaren, J. Combs, E. Burns, J. Rentschler, D. Todd. ROW TWO: C. Wilson, R.
Richley, H. Nevin, G. Weltzien, J. Springer. ROW THREE: Mr. Schlosser, A. Stratman, D. Schwaeble, K.
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RESERVE BA EBALL
Mother Nature tried hard to keep Mr. Clock from coaching of Mr. Schlosser, and the Reserves, under
watching the Varsity and Reserve Baseball Teams. the direction of Nlr. Brinker.
Although many of the games were rained out, the Since many of the players are underclassmen, Mt
Varsity team had a fairly good season under the Healthy is sure to have a great team next year.
ROW ONE: T. Morris, P. Wood, W. Ross, R. McSwain, D. Etzel, C. Steiner, Mr. Brinker. ROW TWO: R
Lutterbie, R. Cohen, D. Smith, J. Fein. ROW THREE: R. Ramsey, G. Stoelting, R. Richley, E. Bitter, T
Shotwell, R. Coy.
ROW ONE: Mr. Betz, Coach, Cary Taylor, Tom Etzel, Jim Marston, Jack Mueller, Tom Logan, Jack Campbell,
Steve Beisner, John Droste, Mgr. ROW TWO: Bob Seigle, Darell Pottinger, Mike Bowman, Tom Garlardo, Dave
Davies. ROW THREE: George Nagle, Mgr., Bill Bailey, Gerry Joesting, Eddie Aufdenberg.
Mr. Clock saw our future Redlegs spend many from other schools. Coached by Mr. Betz, the boys
hours practicing for their big games. This, our Jr.- worked hard to improve their playing of Amcrica's
High Baseball Team, defeated many of its challengers favorite pastime, baseball.
JU IOR HIGH BASEB LL
Mr. Clock, what's cooking with our golf team? ence, was a very successful one. Practicing long and
It's their speciality, a hole-in-one. hard to beat their competition, the team also learned
This season, the golf team's second year in exist- valuable lessons in teamwork and sportsmanship.
W. Stoffregen, T. Van Valey, B. Fullerton, D. Smyth, G. Hochscheid, H. Nevin, W. Koch.
ROW ONE.: T. Butler, L. Martini, R. Zimmerman, W. Etzel, T. Springer, J. McLaren, G. Weltzien. ROW TWO:
R. Silber, J. Combs, E. Burns, R. Richley, R. Brown, T. Siegle, W. Meyer, H. Schwegman. ROW THREE: K.
Hagedorn, K. Hicks, B. Douglas, J. Kennedy, R. Hilgeman, P. Vinson, R. Aehlering, R. McSDadden, D. Zimmer-
man, J. Wallace, D. Muckenfuhs.
Springtime is a busy time for Hea1tny's track team.
The stop-watch is a very handy instrument during
track season for timing Hea1thy's future Marathons.
The boys, coached by Mr. Stefan, put in much time
practicing for various track meets which occur through-
out the season.
Ken proves that our boys put in
all their effort.
ROW ONE: D. Eckerlin, M. Elsen, J. Westendorf, J. Cook. ROW TWO: P. McLaren, E. Kuhlmann, S. Maher, E.
Carter. ROW THREE: L. Brischke, C. Campbell, R. Jasper, S. Stoddard, J. Pansing. ROW FOUR: C. Reuter. S.
Hogue, J. Langeubahn, G. Hudson, M. Craft, C. Haskins.
G. A. A. Winners
Volleyball and Basketball Teams
ROW ONE: D. Ferdon, A. Sunderhaus, M. Craft, M. Elsen, F. Sibert, J. Meister, S. Stoddard, E. Carter, P. Lolmr.
ROW TWO: D. Eekerlin, G. Hafer, T. Dreier, S. Hogue, C. Campbell, L. Birsehke, I. Egan. S. Rose, J. Rochling,
R. Jasper, J. Langenbahn. ROW THREE: P. McLaren, R. Enderle, B. Wiest, C. Reif, H. Rettinger, J. Westendorl,
S. Maher, C. Hudson, C. Haskins, J. Mueller, K. Case.
JU IOR-SENIOR PRO
Many juniors worked hard to give the seniors the the theme. The climax ofthe evening was the
prom entitled "Neptune's Paradise." The center of crowning of the Queen and King, Eileen Kuhlman and
attention was the treasure chest in the middle of the Ken I-Iagedorn. Everyone seemed to have a good time
floor. Nets, shells, and fish of all kinds completed as they danced under the sea.
It looks as if Gale and Carol enjoyed
working for the prom.
Couples crowded the floor after the crowning of the king and queen.
The reigning couple, Queen Eileen and King Ken!
Last year's royalty, Janice Roehling and Lowell Mackenzie,
performed their duties.
Miss I. Koehler, Mr. W. Faller,
Mr. J. Richmond, Mr. H. Seitz.
MAI TE ANCEA
ROW ONE: W. Butterfield, W. Koch, J. F. Moeller, R. Pfeiffer, J. Mercer, T. Harry. ROW TWO: Mrs. Hassel-
busch, Mrs. Bessey, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Case, Mrs. Ehle, Mrs. Edlred, Mrs. Springer. ROW THREE:
S. Steigelman, D. Pickering, R. Douglas, G. Ferree, R. Richley, R. Oberkorn, L. Mackenzie. ROW FOUR: L.
Arnold, R. Hissett, J. Arkle, T. Shotwell, T. Springer, G. Duncan, M. Beisner, L. Hesse, R. Silber.
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SEATED: G. Hudson, L. Krahling, Mrs. Hammel. ROW ONE: S. Stoddard, J. Muhlenhard, J. Marston, C. Yocco, C
Listermann, J. Salzman, J. Albrecht. ROW TWO: T. Emmons, J. Eckel, J. Meister, J. Gettle, J. Rice.
ROW ONE: D. Denny, C. Bray, S. Cumbow, N. Wallbrech, J. Reed. ROW TWO: J. Rettig, M. VanGuclpen, M.
Staubach. ROW THREE: D. Topits, B. Wiest, T. Dreier, K. Leming.
SWIT CH -BOA RD OPERATORS
Darlene Eckerlin, Kay Bryant, Carol Franklin, Margie Van Vliet, Thelma Emmons, Vicki Schmidt, Merrily Grod-
sky, Carolyn Taylor, Phyllis McLaren.
STANDING: Bill Stoffregen, Bill Davies, Wayne Stoner, Richard Endres, Rick Johnson. KNEELING: Ralph Jae-
ger, Roy Weber, Jim Wallace.
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Mt. Healthy, Ohio
Fraknie Sibert and lane Reed watch as
Mr. Distler tells them about one of the
silver sets at
DISTLER'S JEWELRY STORE
Ron Mechler and Ken Bushman are amazed at the light Weight of a
portable television at
HERB 8. KRAMER'S
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your ZBIEPIIOILB czllnptllty H04 good P16166 to w0'lk
Hey. Girls! Follow JUilY'S aflvice and
h xv your hair vut at
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TO THE ENTIRE CLASS OF 1958
We Hope We Have The Opportunity To
Congratulate All Of You Again In 1962!
wlLLow and BILL MOSSBERG
7824 Hamilton Avenue
GROCERIICS FOR TIII-I FAMILY AT
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LEITCH'S SOHIO STATION
1872 Springdale Road
Mt. Healthy 31, Ohio
WM. F. MARTIN
Custom Made Garments
Storage. Cleaning, Remodeling l
,. ., ' ' Sue Reich and Ceminu Listerniunn trv
200 Noam, Building .
on new Easter lmonnets at
Fourth at Race
Cincinnati 2, Ohio "Use your IOW discount cards,
Home Rc. students."
Carden of The Cood Shepherd
THE ARLINGTON MEMORIAL GARDENS
2145 Compton Road
Mt. Healthy Cincinnati, Ohio
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DRIVE IN FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE AT
STOELTlNG'S GULF SERVICE
THE MT. HEALTHY SAVINGS
AND LOAN COMPANY
Organized February 27, 1887
Capital Stock 320,000,000
7521 Hamilton Avenue
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
L. J. Steinbrecker ..........
V. B. Keeling ....
Ray Theders .....
Harry H. Ahrens. .
Robert F. Ahrens. . .
C. W. Steinbrecker. . .
Earl W. Muskofi .....
Frank W. Stout .....
Charles S. Brown. . .
. . . . . .lst Vice President
. . . . .2nd Vice President
Secretary and Attorney
. . . . . . . . , .Asst. Secretary
. . . . . . .Director
. . . . .Director
BAND BOOSTERS CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mueller-President
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young-Secretary
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Case-Treasurer
Looks like Betty Listerman enjoys waiting on these kids at
Maybe this will he 5 lesson 10 you talkers, A seemingly magic display of Hoating fire was demonstrated
at one of our assemblies.
PORTER PRINTING INC.
The Juniors worked hard to make money for the Junior-Senior Mother Geeslin reads a Christmas story to her children and
Prom. the entire student body.
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Pirk-up or deliveries of party supplies at
MT. HEALTHY ICE AND PONY KEG
Chet Ehlvr helps Larry and Brad select sporting cquipmvnt at
Jane and Sheila are purchasing party supplies from Mr. Taphorn at
CLOVER FOOD SHOPPE
Pat Taylor is pleased to have Marybeth help her choose just thc- right je-we-lry at
MT. HEALTHY P. T. A
Officers of 1957-1958
Mrs. Carl Scott-President
Mrs. Stanley Lienhart-First Vice President
Mr. Karl Merkle-Second Viee President
Mrs. Walter Campbell-Secretary
Mrs. Walter Gettle-Treasurer
ROY RUDOLPH, FLORIST
7108 Hamilton Avenue
Phone WEbster 1-6000
When in need of flowers, think of us.
When buying fresh fruit at
WUl.l.ENWEBER'S FOOD STORE
Carol Wheeler, Susan Stoddard. and Peg Brennan sa
endent' Buv Independentli'
7351 Hamilton Avenue
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Cincinnati 31, Ohio
41157 Hamilton Avenue-Northside
Stenographic, Secretarial, Accounting
Comptometry, Typing and
Day and Night Classes
ma Peters helps Janice Roehling select
a game from
TRAPP'S TOY CENTER
Phone: Klrby 1-1170 or Klrby 1-9724
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80 Yrs. in One Location
Just 2 Blocks North of High School
Call Us About Our Group Discounts
7849 Harrison Ave. Mt. Healthy
PAUL R. YOUNG
1 7 Grave Markers
Mt. Healthy, Ohio
Phone JA. 1-6387
14-52 Compton Roau
Res. JA. 1-8707
Hey, Kid 'G p t yth g y
Share the fun. . .
when youlre with some-
one you like, it's
fun to enjoy a Coke
together. Good times
get better with the
drink in all the world!
Coca-Cola. . .so good
in taste, in such
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RICHARD WUEST'S FLORISTS
LEBERECHT PLANNED EYEWEAR
Complete Optical Service
5569 Cheviot Road
OPTICAL SERVICE CO.
9 to 5
4-th 8X Vine 304 Ingalls Bldg. PA l-1084
The Zem Zem appreciates contributions
from the following school organizations:
Clientes Latinae-Bell 3
Clientes Latinae-Bell 4
El Club Espanol
Girls' Athletic Association
Home Ec. Club
Hoot N' Holler
Literary Gold Diggers HAWTHORNE
Spotlight Club 7830 Hamilton Ave
936 N. Bend Road
MATHEW DUVAL P.T.A.
Mrs. Clifford A. Shotwell-President
Mrs. Richard Binne-First Vice-President
Dr. Wm. L. Carter-Second Vice-President
Mrs. Edward Wallbreck-Secretary
Mrs. Ray G. Petenbrink-Treasurer
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City of Mt. Healthy
Don Hobbs Agrees that
is the place to go for that crew cut. .... , rf-1. """' 55"-
Best Wishes Seniors CARL MULTNER
COORS BROS. DAIRY ' G"""f'iCS
Phone Jackson 1-7018
THOMAS E. WO0D, INC.
Fire, Liability, Contents, Bonds, Automobile
Mt. Healthy Representative
Mrs. Clara M. Ruoff
Phone: Jackson 1-9175
For convenience and quick service it's
GARRETT'S BARBER SHOP
Jean Staubach and Kathy Sheridan wishfully admire some of the
very pretty skirts in
HOLTZHAUZERS DEPARTMENT STORE
Our sincere good wishes to the
Class of 1958'l
MT. HEALTHY LEAGUE
C. Stewart Cooley
W. Fred Welland
Jane D. Pansing
H. J. Hutchinson
Officers and Directors
William F. Pansing
Janet S. Hutchinson
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BANKLICK GRAVEL CO.
Serving Hamilton County
Bankrun Gravel Topsoil Fill Dirt
John D. Haskins, Sr. John D. Haskins, ,l
NEIDHARD FUNERAL HOMES
Invalid Coach Service
HESSLER'S VARIETY STORE
Ford Sales 81 Service
7603 Hamilton Ave.
Phone: ,lAckson l-9384
Mt. Healthy, Ohio
Four graduates in the class of '58 are pictured above being welcomed to the staff of The
First National Bank of Cincinnati by Dwight E. Corrill, Manager of the Mt. Healthv
Marianne, Alice, and ,Ioan have been assigned to the bookkeeping department at the
Atlas Ofhce and Lowell to the Mt. Healthy OHice.
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE
Mt. Healthy Office D. E. Corrill
7433 Hamilton Ave. Manager
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cincinnati 1, Ohio
Charter No. 24
FRISCH'S BIG BOY
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When the books close, and the last bell
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