Northmont High School - Bolt Yearbook (Clayton, OH)
- Class of 1960
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June 3, T960
Northmont l-ligh School
This Hrst issue ot the Northmont Aurora is dedicated to you with the hopes
that you vvill continue to uphold the outstanding tradition that has been set
You have displayed the combined qualities of tTne sportsmanship and loy-
alty to your school. A
The difficulties taced by the consolidation of our former high schools such
as adaption to difterent surroundings and varying personalities were met
with a spirit of determination and willingness to co-operate. ln the true
spirit ot adventure, you embarked on an entirely new and dilterent iour-
ney through this past year. Your attitude and actions have displayed the
ability to conform to new ways ot lite, The experiences gained this year
will prove valuable in the future.
Best wishes from:
THE AURORA STAFF
Lock of TrcinsporToTion wos no excuse Tor re-
moining oT home. Mony sTudenTs come
The buses, while others come in cors.
As regulorly cis The sun, The Tlog rose
To foce The dcxy.
The Explorer ScouTs orrived eorly To begin
The doy in The True spiriT of ciTizenship.
All The Time wus noT spenT in The classroom.
Everyone enioyed o friendly choT wiTh his
neighbor before The lc1sT bell.
lt the need orose, the time ond ploce tor
studying could olvvoys be found.
Study hobits were formed in mony different
Teochers helped to "iron out" the problems
thot toced the students.
Vorying interests required numerous intri
guing ond humorous devices.
Lunch time became The gab session - relaxation point in The day. Because of the many
sfudenfs using the lunchroom, if was necessary To shorten The lunch period, but, There
was still time To coverse with your buddy.
'The more The merrier" seemed To be the password.
gratitude ond our honored seol of op
Tas Thee our elmo mofer we give our undy-
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MR. R. E. VAN ATTA
3 .lune 1960
Senior Class of 1960
Northmont High School
May I congratulate you on this fine work in commemoration of the first year of North-
mont High School. lt has been a good year. Many new things faced you at the begin-
ing of the year, new friends, and new teachers. You made the adiustment in a manner
that would make anyone proud.
This point of your life is not the end. It is the beginning. What you do from this point will
determine your worth to your fellow man. Some of you will go on to further education,
some will go into the industrial world, others in to the world of business, still others into
other phases of life. Whatever your choice may be, remember that you played the lead
in getting Northmont High started and off to a good start.
Good luck to you, whatever you do, wherever you will be. May God bless all of you.
R. E. Van Atta
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Northmont Board of Education 59-60
Lett to right: Jack Davis, Warren Ullery, James Hutchison, Richard Van Atta, Sam Arens, and Howard
The Northmont Board of Education is composed ot a group ot men who give their time
to assure the children of the Northmont School District the best possible educational ta-
cillties and instructional program. They have done and will continue to do a wonderful
job, and their efforts and consideration are greatly appreciated by the students
ot Northrnont High School and all citizens of the communities of Clayton, Englewood,
Phillipsburg, Union, and the surrounding area.
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if ii! R Principal
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The distribution of a yearbook is usually significant with the closing ot the school year.
However, most people do not realize the amount of time spent by the stat? and advisors
in organizing and publishing a yearbook. This is a difticult task anytime and more so
when organizing a stalt tor the first time, with a new school. Many problems had to be
solved by the new stalt and these problems were solved by the cooperative ettort of stu-
dent statt members, company representatives and yearbook advisor. From September to
February students are spending many extra hours in an ettort to bring to the high school
students and others the best possible edition ot a yearbook.
The yearbook staff members are to be commended for their devotion to a task, which at
times seems insurmountable, but with end results that are rewarding.
A yearbook is the history ot the school for the year and in years to come will provide
students of Northmont Senior High School and friends many pleasant memories.
Richard L. Shell
women do all these things plus many extra iobs and
favors for everyone in the school. They are always
kept busy, but they still find time to say a cheerful
"good morning" to all. Their services are greatly ap-
preciated and Northmont is mighty proud of them.
The Seniors will long remember them, the un-
derclassmen will look forward to their assistance in
the years to come.
Answering the phone, paying the bills, answering
the intercom, sorting the mail, keeping track of the
callers and important visitors to Northmont, keeping
the files and records neat and orderly, typing let-
ters, dusting the furniture, making sure the office
assistants are kept busy, and smiling are the require-
ments of a secretary at Northmont. These three
SEATED: Mrs. Evelyn Morris, Guidance Counselor, STANDING: Mr, George Horn, Art Supervisor, Mr. Willis
Cool, Director of Music, Mr. William Bowser, Diversified Training Program Supervisor.
Headache, cough, bloody nose, earache, It S f'
you have any at those complaints then go . .
to the clinic. The nurses, along with the stu- 4,
dent aids, help to care for the students who .
need minor medical attention.
They are understanding, sympathetic,
ot Northmont and we would
surely be lost without them. V
They are a very necessary part A -
Mrs. Vergie Richardson, Mrs. Pearl Knoop, Nurses, Bonnie Fisher, patient
MR. JOHN BRILL
MRS. NANCIE COMBS
MR. TOM BURTNER
Ohio State University
MR. WILLIAM BOWSER
Trades 84 Industries
MISS RUTH BRACY
Bowling Green University
MRS. ALBERTA BRUMBAUGH
Dean of Girls, Speech
MRS. MARTHA HOFMAN
University of Dayton
MR. WILLIS COOL
Air Force School of Music
MRS. MARJORIE HICKS
Ball State Teachers College
MR. ROBERT HOOVER
.lim M as I. -Us -.
MR. GEORGE HORN
University of Cincinnati
MRS. MAE HORNING
MR. LOWELL HOSLER
MR. WILLIAM KARNS
Varsity Football Coach
University of Louisville
MR. ANSON KESSLER
Dean of Boys
Ohio Northern University
MRS. VERA KELLEY
MR. GENE KINGHAN
MR. WALTER LANCASTER
University of Dayton
MISS REBECCA LANNOM
University of Kentucky
MISS HELEN MILLER
Ohio State University
MISS RUTH MILLER
MR. JOHN PUTERBAUGH
MR. DOUGLAS REYNOLDS
MISS SALLY MURPHY
Bowling Green University
MRS. PATRICIA ROSSELIT
University of Dayton
MRS. ELOISE ROSSER
MR. LAWRENCE SMITH
MR ALBERT SEWELL
U niversity of Dayton
MR. RONALD SMITH
MR. DALE STORCH
Wittenberg Col lege
MR. RICHARD SUHR
MRS. JULIA TOWNSEND
MR. ROBERT TURNER
Boll Store Teachers College
A typicczl 1ecicher's meeting?
lReolly fhey're ready for Open House ond Dedicci
tion which was held in Novembenl
Mrs. Alberto Brumbcugh
Dean of Girls
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The Deon of Girls ond the Deon of Boys ore two positions thot ore new to the students
of Northmont. Taking Core of the problems of the students, checking ottendcznce, keep-
ing the record cords up to dote, ond compiling the honor roll were lust some of the oc-
tivities of Mrs. Brumbciugh ond Mr. Kessler this post yeor.
They ore ci welcome addition to the stoit ond will help the students of Northmont be-
come better citizens.
Mr. Anson Kessler
Deon of Boys
From left To righh Mrs. TeeTer, Mrs. Warner, Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Foir, Mrs, Tolliver, Mrs. Wilson, ond Mrs. Quczc-
From 11:15 To 12:30 in The morning The busiesT room
oT NorThmonT is The coTeTericl.
IT is here ThoT The sTudenTs geT Their ddily supply of
viTomins. Through The eFforTs of The women shown on
This poge, The sTudenTs who buy Their lunch ds well
os Those who bring Their lunch ore ossured of pleos-
onT surroundings where They con enjoy Themselves.
Hundreds of sTudenTs poss Through This
line eoch doy. The meols rcinge from hoT
dogs ond hamburgers To chicken ond
The expressions on The Toces of These sTu-
denfs Tells The sTory of The coTeTerio.
NORTHMONT HIGH IN DAYS TO COME
AND THE YEARS BEHIND US ROLL
SEE THE SONS HAVE RISEN FROM THEE
STURDY HEARTED, PURE OF SOUL.
VVE WILL PLEDGE OUR LOVE FOREVER
SING THY PRAISES TO THE SKY,
WEAVE THE STORY OF THY GLORY
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Lefi' To righh Don Dake, Sergeanf of Arms, Joe Phipps, Vice-president, Connie Fair, Secretary, Sue Morris,
Treasurer, Steve Smith, President.
We are The TirsT class To be graduaTed from NHS. We have been TogeTher for only one
shorT year, buT The one hundred and sixTy members oi The Class of '60 will always re-
member The good Times and pleasanT memories of This year.
The year sped by quickly. From ThaT day in SepTember when we were "freshmen" in a
new building To The day in June when we received our diplomas, we had many acTiviTies
To keep us busy. Making new friends was our HrsT goal To sTriye Toward and we did iT in
many ways. The class play, fooTball games, baskeTball 'games and Tournamenis, dances,
parTies, club meeTings, and learning The laTesT gossip all helped To achieve This.
We will always remember our senior year and evenTs wiTh a warm glow of happiness
and pride as we go in diTTerenT direcTions To make our own places in The world.
"NOl2Tl'lMONT EVER PROUD - GREEN AND WHITE - WE'LL FOLLOW YOU"
We are proud To be The CLASS OF '6O.
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'CAROLYN JOYCE ANDERSON fCaroll
Drill Team 2,3,45 Co-captain 45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Future Nurses
l,2,35 G.A.A, 45 J.C.O.W.A. 3, Class Play 3,45 Chorus l,25 An-
nual Staff 4.
RONALD JAMES ARGABRIGHT fRonJ
JUDITH LEE ASHBURN Uudiel
Class Play 3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Future Nurses 3,45
ROBERT FOREST BAKER KBobJ
Football 1,25 Hi-Y 2,3.
PRISCILLA ANN ADKINS fPllll
May Day Attendant 25 Chorus l,25 Journalism Club 35 School
Paper 35 Co-Editar5 Class Secretary 35 Y-Teens 45 Drill Team
JOETTA SUE ALLEN Uol
Librarian 2,3,45 Y-Teens 25 F.T.A, 2,35 Chorus l,25 Scholarship
LARRY DALE AMOS fLarryl
V.l.C. 45 Basketball l,2.
LARRY LEE AMOS CLarryJ
Bible Club 3,45 Bowling Club
MICHAEL WILLIAM BEIRISE CMikel
Hi-Y 2,3,4p Class Play 3: Basketball 2.
JOY EAYE BLUMENSTOCK Uoyl
G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Chorus 2, Y-Teens 4.
LINDA Lou BENNETT flindcj
Y-Teens 45 Class Play 4, Drill Team 4.
STEVEN BRIAN BOOKER fStevel
Basketball I,2,3,4p Baseball I,2,3,4g Student Council 3.
DENNIS MICHAEL BAKER fMikel
Football I,2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4g Basketball I,2g Letter Club
2,3,4g Hi-Y 2,3,4p .I.C.O.W.A, 3,47 Class President 37 Student
Council I,2, Scholarship Team 3.
JIM BALSER Uimj
Basketball 'I,2,3, V.l.C. 4g VIC. Basketball 4.
PATRICIA LOUISE BECK Wat,
G.A.A. 1,25 Drill Team 2,35 Librarian 2,35 Y-Teens 2,35 Class
ZOE ANN BECKER floel
Future Nurses I,2,3,4g Chorus I,2y Y-Teens 2, Band 'I,2,3,4,
V.I.C. 4, G.A.A.
,IANE LOUISE BOOMERSHINE Udnel
Future Nurses I, Future Teachers 2,3,4, J.C.O,W.A. 3,4, Treas-
urer 4, Latin Club 2, Secretary, Class Treasurer i, Y-Teens i,2,
School Paper 3, Annual Staff 4, G.A.A. l,4, Drill Team 2,3,4,
Choir l,2,3,4, Class Play 4.
GLORIA JEAN BRANDENBURG KGIOI
Y-Teens 2,3,4, G.A.A. l,3,4, .l.C.O.W.A. 3,4, Office Assistant
l,2,3, Class Play 3,4, School Paper 3, Annual Staff 4.
PATRICIA ANNE BOYLE IPQD
Band i,2,3,4, Dance Band I,2,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Scholar-
ship Team 2, Chorus 3, Class Play 3,4, Annual Staff 4.
RONALD EDWARD BREWER Uell
Football I,2, Track I,2, Visual Aids I,2,3,4, J.C.O.W.A. 3,4,
Scholarship Team 3, Class Play 4.
LOIS RUTH BRIGHT Clouiel
Class Play 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Office Assistant 3,4, School Pa-
per 3,4, Chorus l,2, Librarian 2, Y-Teens 2,3, Future Teachers
2,3,4, J.C.O.W.A. 3,4.
SALLY SUE BROOKS lSaIIyl
Future Nurses I,2,3,4, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Candy Stripers 3,4, Band
l,2,3,4, V.I,C. 4, Class Play 4.
JOHN A. BROWN Uohnl
JOHN ANTHONY BROWN Uohnl
SHARON BROWNING Csharonl
G.A.A. 'l,2, Tumbling 2, Future Nurses 3, Class Play 4,
STEVEN EARL BUSCH fStevenJ
V,l.C. 4, Basketball l,2.
LINDA Lou BUCKLEY llindal
Y-Teens 2,3,4, Chorus l,2, Drill Team 2,3,4, Latin Club 2, Future
Nurses I, Future Teachers 2,3, G.A.A. 4, Class Play 4, Ottice As-
sistant 3, National Honor Society 3,4.
MARY ANN BUSKE fMary Ann,
Chorus I, Class Play 3, Drill Team.
DORIS JEAN CARMONY CDorisJ
Class Secretary 1, Chorus l,2, Band I,2,3,4, Class Play 3, School
Paper 3, Co-Editor 3, Annual Stat? 4, Pep Band 4.
BONNIE EILEEN CARROLL lBonnieJ
Honor Society 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3, Annual Stat? 4, J.C.O.W.A. 3,4,
Treasurer 3, Majorette 3,4, Drill Team 2, Future Teachers 2,3,4,
Latin Club 2, Chorus l,2, Bible Club 4, Class Play 3, Librarian 2.
JIM FRENCH CERNEY Uiml
V.l.C. 4, V.l.C. Basketball 4.
JOYCE ANN CLEVELLE Uoycel
Y-Teens 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Future Teachers 2, Annual 4,
J.C.O.W.A. 3,4, Bancl l,2,3,4, Head Librarian 4, Dance Band 4,
Oftlce Assistant 4, Class Secretary T, Class Play 3,4, Chorus
GENEVA COURTNEY lGeneval
G,A.A. and Bowling l,2,3,4.
BONNIE LOU CRUMRINE CBon Bonl
C5.A.A. 25 Y-Teens 2,3,4f Chorus 2,35 Class Treasurer 2.
ROBERT LEE CROWE lBobJ
Baseball 3,45 Football 2,3,4.
DONALD WILLIAM DAKE lDonJ
Football l,2,3,4g Class Play 45 Class Sergeant of Arms 4, Student
SHARON COMER fSherryl
Band l,2g Chorus l,2,3, G.A.A. l,'2,3,4, Y-Teens 4, May Day At
tendant 3, Class Play 4, Future Nurses l,2.
ROGER GEORGE COOK lCookieJ
Track l,2, Tumbling I, .l.C.O.W.A. 3,4g V.l.C. 4.
THOMAS HERBERT COUGHLIN lToml
Baseball 23,45 Basketball l.
DESSIE JOAN COURTNEY lDessieJ
G.A.A, l,2,3, Y-Teens 2g Future Nurses 2,41 V.l.C. 4.
BARBARA DONOVAN fBarbI
G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, J.C.O.W.A. 3,4.
NANCY JEAN ENGLE iNancyJ
Latin Club 2, Bible Club 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Y-Teen
2,3, Scholarship Team I,2,3, J.C.O.VV.A. 3,4, Librarian 2,3,4, Fu-
ture Teachers 2,3,4, Annual Staft 4, Chorus.
CONNIE ANN FAIR fConnieI
Drill Team 2,3,4, Class Play 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, President 4, Class
Secretary 4, G.A.A. 4, Future Nurses 2, Future Teachers 2,3,
.l.C.O.W,A. 3, Latin Club 2, Chorus I,2, School Paper 3,4, An-
RONALD GEORGE DAKE lRonl
Latin Club 2, Hi-Y 2, Letter Club 3,4, Student Council 3, Track I
Football I,2,3,4, Class Play 4.
JOHN STEPHEN DAVIS iStevel
Class Play 3,4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary 4, J.C,O.W.A. 3,4.
DONALD HAROLD DENLINGER iDonl
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Basketball I,2.
VIRGINIA RUTH DILLION Wirginiaj
National Honor Society 3,4, Librarian 3,4, Annual Staff 4
Y-Teens 2, Bible Club 3,4, Latin Club 2, Band I,2,3,4
J.C.O.W.A. 3,4, Future Teachers 2,3,4.
CLIFFORD LE ROY FULLER KRoyJ
EMILY JEANNETTE FROST lEmilyJ
Band I,2,3,4, Future Nurses I, Future Teachers 2,3. r
ROY EUGENE FUSON fGenel
Class Play 4, Bowling, Captain 4, Wrestling 4.
VIRGIL RAY GALLAGHER QVirgi
Football I,2,3, Track I,2.
MARCIA EMILY FARREN lMarciuI
Band I,2,3, Future Nurses I,2,3,4, Latin Club 2, Sextet 2,3,
Chorus 2,3, Scholarship Team 2,3, Class Secretary 3, Class Play
3,4, J.C.O,VV.A. 3,4, Candy Stripers 3,4, National Honor Society
3,4, Annual Stal? 4.
BONNIE LOU FISHER fBonniei
Cheerleader I, Band l,2, Drill Team 3,4, Chorus I, Class Sec-
retary- 2, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Future Nurses I,2,3,4, Y-Teens 4, An-
nual 4, Class Play 3,4, Journalism 3, Librarian 2,
BARBARA ANN FORSYTHE lBarbl
Y-Teens 2,3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3.
MARLENE LOU FORSYTHE lMarlaj
Y-Teens 2,3,4, G.A.A. 2,3, Chorus 23.
JIM DILLION GASKILL Uiml
HifY 2,3,45 .l.C.O.VV.A. 3,45 Class Vice President lg Class Play 4.
MAXELL GARRISON CMaxl
PAULINE CLARE GOUBEAUX lPaulineJ
CARL LEROY GRAY QCarll
SHARON LEE GRISSO LSLIGYOHB
Drill Team l,25 Cheerleader l,2,35 Homecoming Attendant lj
Future Nurses 2,35 Y-Teens l,2,35 V.I,C. 4.
MICHAEL STANLEY HAINES CMikeJ
Track I,2,3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 3, President 45 Student Coun-
cil 354, Vice President 3, President 45 J.C.O.W,A. 3,45 Scholar-
ship Team l,2,35 Boys' State 35 Class President 25 Letter Club
23,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Class Play 3,4.
GARY BRUCE HALL KGCIYYJ
Hi-Y 2,3545 Football l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,45 Visual Aids l,25 Class
PEGGY LOUISE HAPPENSACK CPeggyl
Future Nurses 23,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Chorus l,25 Class Secretary
25 Class Play 4.
PATRICIA SUZZANE HANEY lTrishD
Future Nurses l,2,3,4, Y-Teens l,2,3, Cl-iorus i,2, Cheerleader 2.
RONALD LEE HAWLEY lswedel
Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4f Basketball l,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2
3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Homecoming Escort 2, King 4g Visual Aids 2,3
Cnorus 3, Class Sergeant of Arms 2,3.
GERALD DWAYNE HAWORTH CButchl
Basketball l,2,3,4y Baseball l,2,3,4f Student Council 3g Escort 3.
STEPHEN LAWRENCE HENDERSHOT lSteveJ
Wrestling 4, J.C.O.W.A. 4.
BARBARA LEE HINKLE lBarburclJ
Class Play 3, G.A.A. l,2,3, Drill Team 1, Journalism Club 3, May
Day Attendant l.
KENNETH ANDREW HESLER CKenJ
Basketball lp Football l,3,4g Track 1,21 Hi-Y 2,35 V.I.C. 4.
JACK PHILLIP HOSKINS Uackj
WILLIAM LEE HOOVER lBillJ
Class Play 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,g Baseball l,2,3, Track l,2,
RONNIE LOUIS HUNKLER lRonj
Hi-Y 25 V.l.C. 45 Football 3,45 Baseball 2,3,4.
ROBERT EWING HUTCHISON lHutcl1J
Annual Stal? 4g J.C,O.W.A. 3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 45 Class
Play 3,45 Visual Aids Club 2,3,4, President 35 Bible Club 4.
MARY FREDERICKA JOHNSTON lMaryj
National Honor Society 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,4, Secretary 25 Future
Nurses l,2,3,45 Drill 2,3,4, co-captain 45 Chorus l,2,35 Sextet
2,35 Special Chorus 2,35 J.C.O.W.A. 3,45 Class Play 3,4, Student
Director 45 Latin Club 25 Candy Striper 3,45 Annual 45 Scholar-
ship Team 2,3.
DANIEL LEE JARRETT lDanJ
Gymnastics Team 4.
GARY HOUSEMAN CGQ-aryl
DAVID FRANKLIN HUDDLESON lDaveJ
Track l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Letter Club l,2,3,4, Baseball l,2
3,45 Basketball 23.
LLOYD EVERETT HUDDLESON llloydb
Basketball l,25 Baseball 23,45 Bowling 45 Football l.
DONNA LEE HUDNALL lDonnaJ
G.A.A. l,2,3,45 J.C.O.W,A. 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 4
Candy Stripers 4.
JULIE ANN JOHNSTON Uuliel
Cheerleader 4, Y-Teens 4, Drill Team l,Q,3, Class Play 3, May
Queen 3, Homecoming Queen 4, Glee Club l,2, .Journalism Club
3, Class President 3, Student Council 4, Secretary 4.
JUDITH ANN KELLEY Uudyl
G.A.A. 2,35 Future Nurses I.
EDWIN JOSEPH KENDIG, JR. Uockj
Band l,2,3, Baseball 2,3, Basketball Manager 3, Hi-Y l,2,3.
MARY LOUISE KENNARD lMcry Loul
Chorus l,2, Future Teachers 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Bible Club 4,
Class Play 4, J.C.O,W.A. 331, Oliice Assistant 2,4.
BARBARA ANN KERNS fBarbJ
G.A.A. I,2,3, Treasurer 2, Y-Teens 2,3, Future Teachers 2,3,
Class Play 3,4.
MILTON LEE KETRON lMiIt0nI
Football l, Hi-Y 2, Visual Aids 2,3,4, J,C.O.W,A. 3,4, Class Play
KENT NEVIN KIMMEL lKentl
Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4, Basketball l, Annual Staff 4
Class Play 3,4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, J.C.O.VV.A. 3,4, President -1, Latin
DANIEL EDWARD KNEISLEY lDcnJ
J,C.O.W.A. 3,4, Scholarship Team 3, Football l, Basketball Q,
DAVID LAWRENCE KNISLEY CDuveJ
GARY LEE KURTZ CGaryJ
Football T, Band 2,3,4, Chorus 3,4, Rifle Club 4, Dance Band
ELDON CLINTON LADD lfldonj
Hi-Y 2,3, V.l.C. 4, Football l, Basketball l, Track l.
KEITH EDWARD LANDES llekej
Basketball l,2, Class Play 3,
GRACE MARIE LANG lcrracel
Y-Teens 3,4, Latin Club 2, Leaders Club 2,3,4, G.A.A. l,Q,3,4
Game Schedular 3, J.C.O.W.A. 3,4, Class Play 3,4, School Pa
per 3, Business Manager 3, Annual Staff 4, Business Manager 4
Band 4, Pep Band 4.
JUDITH ANN LEEDY Uudyl
Drill Team TQ, Librarian l,2, Class 3,4, YATeens 4, Secretary 4
G.A.A. l,Q,3,4, Annual Staff 4, Journalism Club 3, Future Teach-
ers 4, Chorus l.
RICHARD ELMER LONGMAN lDickJ
Football 2,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Tumbling 4, Letter Club 3,4.
DAVID HOWARD LOWE lDcveJ
Hi-Y 2,3,4, V.I.C. 4.
MARGARET LORETTA MEECE cveggyi
Chorus l,2g J.C.O.W.A. 3,45 Future Teachers 4, Leaders Club
2,3,4, Class Play 3,47 Y-Teens 23,45 Treasurer 3, GAA. I,2,3,4g
Program Chairman 3, President 45 Annual Staff 4,
LINDA LOU MIKESELL lLindal
Chorus l,2g Choir 3,4p Glee Club 2,3,4f Future Teachers 3,45
G.A.A. l,2, Annual Staff 45 Y-Teens 2,35 J.C.O.W.A. 3,4.
RONALD LEE MILLS lY0nfyl
Football I,3,4g Track l,2,3,4, Letter Club 2,3,4p Homecoming
Escort 3g Class Vice President 2.
TIMOTHY BURKE MILLIGAN lTimJ
Football I,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4p Basketball 2, Hi-Y 2,3p
J.C.O.W.A. 3g Wrestling Ag Rifle Club 3g Visual Aids.
JOHN FREDERICK LOWREY Uohnj
THEDA MAUPIN lThedaJ
Class Play 4.
THOMAS EDWARD MARSHALL lToml
Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4, Wrestling 4.
MARCIA LOU McVITY lMarciaJ
Future Nurses l,2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,4p Cheerleader If G.A,A. 4,
Class Play 3,4, Chorus L25 J.C.O.W,A. 3,45 Librarian I.
JAMES PAUL ORRILL Uimj
Tumbling Team 3,4.
LINDA LOU OVERLA fLindaI
GAA. l,2,3,4, Y-Teens 3,4, J.C,O.W.A. 3, Future Nurses
Band l,2,3,4, Class Play 4, Pep Band 4.
BARBARA LYNN OVERLY lBarbI
GAA, I,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Drill Team I,2,3,4, Future Nurses
i,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Scholarship Team i,2, National Honor So-
ciety 3,4, Latin Club 2, Student Council 2, J.C.O.W.A. 3,4, Class
Play 4, Teen Club I,2,3, Annual Stott 4, Candy Stripers 3,4, At-
CAROL SUE PARSONS lCI1ippieI
Y-Teens 2,3,4, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Future Nurses I,4, Chorus I.
MERLIN EARL MOHLER TMerlinI
Basketball l,2,3, Baseball 2,3, Class Play 3, Basektball Statis-
tician, Annual Staff 4, Co-editor 4.
DAVID WALLACE NICHOLSON lDcveI
Track 3,4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, J.C.O.W.A. 3,4, Latin Club 2.
SUSAN LEE MORRIS CSueJ
Future Nurses I,2,3, Treasurer 2, Future Teachers 4, G.A.A. I,2,
3,4, Vice President 4, Student Council 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3,
Latin Club 2, Secretary 2, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Teen Club 3, Class Play
3, Class Treasurer 4, J.C.O.W,A. 3, Homecoming Attendant 3,4.
PENELOPE JUNE OBURN lPennyJ
Y-Teens i,2,3, Chorus l,2.
WILLIAM LOUIS RAMPENTHAL CBEIID
Football 3,4, Track 23, Hi-Y 2,3,4, J,C.O.W.A. 3,4, Band l,2
Class Play 4.
IIRENDA SUSAN ROHR fsusiej
National Honor Society 3,4, Future Teachers 3,45 Latin Club 2
Band l,2,3,4, President 4, J.C.O.W,A. 3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,4, G.A.A
I,2,3,4, Class Play 4, Pep Band 4, Girls' State 3, Annual Staff 4
LINDA SUE ROACH llindal
G.A.A. I,2g Y-Teens 23, J.C.O.W.A. 3, Chorus l,2, Special
Chorus 2, Latin Club 2.
WANDA LEE ROSE lWandaJ
E-ible Club 2,3,4.
HAZEL ELAINE PAULUS Ilaniel
Y-Teens 4, G.A,A. 4, Future Nurses I,4f C'horus I.
JOE ARNOLD PHIPPS Uoel
Baseball I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2,3,4, Football 4, Student Council
4, Letter Club 4, Class Vice President 3,4.
RONALD JAMES PAXTON Ulonniel
Basketball If Baseball I,2, Track I, V.I,C. 4.
KATHLEEN QUICK IKaIel
Cv.A.A. I,2, Chorus I,2, Future Teachers 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer
3, President 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Annual Stott 4, Latin
Club 2, President 25 Class Play 4, Student Director 4g J.C.O.W.A.
3,45 Class Treasurer 3.
JUDITH MIRIAM ROSSER Uuclyj
School Paper 3,4, Sports Editor 3, Editor 45 Annual Staff 45
Y-Teens 23,45 J.C.O.W.A. 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Chorus l,25 Class
WILLIAM LAWRENCE ROTH KBIIIJ
Football l,2,3,45 Baseball 2,35 Class Play 45 Wrestling 4.
ROBERT EMANUEL ROY IBobl
Hi-Y 23,45 J.C.O.VV.A. 3,45 Class Play 3, School Paper I.
BEATRICE ONELL ROYER QBeaJ
Future Teachers 2,3,45 J.C.O.W.A. 35 Y-Teens 2, Latin Club 2g
Drill Team 23,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Chorus I,25 Spe-
cial Chorus 25 Librarian 3,4
PATRICIA ANN SANDERS iPatJ
Student Council I, Band I5 Class Play 3, Scholarship Team I,25
Y-Teens 2,3,45 Class Vice President 35 School Paper 35 An-
KAREN JANE SCHENCK IKarenJ
G-.A.A. 2,45 Chorus 25 Y-Teens 25 .l.C.O.VV.A. 3,45 Class Play
3,45 Annual Staff 45 Future Nurses l,2,3,4,
PAULETTE FAYE SCHECHTER lPaulJ
G.A,A. l,2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 J.C.O.W.A. 3,45 Class Play 3,45
School Paper 3g Office Assistant 45 Tumbling I.
ROSEANNE MARIE SCHWYTZER ISibertl
Chorus l,25 Tumbling Ig Future Nurses 4.
ROBERTA ELAINE SCHWIERKING lBertJ
Class Play 3, Drill Team I,2,3,4, Glee Clula I, Y-Teens 4, Librar-
ian 2, G,A.A. I,2,3,4, Annual Stott 4, May Day Attendant 3,
School Paper 4, Assistant Editor 4, Ofhce Assistant 3.
LARRY MARTIN SHANKS QLarryJ
SUSAN LOUISE SHELBY lSusanJ
l.C.O.W.A. 3,4, Chorus I,2,3,4, Future Nurses l,2,3,4, Scholar-
ship Team I,2,3, Librarian 2, Ofhce Assistant 4.
PATRICIA MARIE SHIVERDECKER lPatJ
Nlational Honor Society 3,4, Future Teachers 2,3,4, Secretary
4, Annual Staff 4, Co-Editor 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Scholarship Team
12, Special Chorus I,2,3, Sextet 2,3, .I.C.O.VV.A. 3.
JOHN TERRANCE SHOOK lTerryJ
Football I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2, Track 2,3,4, Letter Club 2.3.4.
BRUCE GORDON SHULTZ lBruceJ
Class President I, Class Play 3,4, Basketball l,2,3, Student Coun-
cil 3, Scholarship Team I,3, Play Committee 4.
ANNE SLUTMAN lAnnel
Bible Club 2, School Paper 3, Y-Teens 3, Future Teachers 4.
DAVID GARY SMITH LGaryI
Football I,2,3,4, Basketball IQ, Vtfrcstling 4, Annual Stott -1:
Class Play 3,4, Class President I, Student Council 3,4, J,C.O.W.A.
3,4, Chorus 3, Hi-Y 2,3,4. y
SANDRA PEARL SOLOMON CSandyJ
Chorus 2g Future Nurses 2,3,4, Drill Team 3,4p Y-Teens 23,45
J.C.O.W.A, 3,4, Class Play 3,45 Office Assistant 2,3,4, Bible
Club 35 G.A.A. 4g Annual Staff 4.
EILA MAE SPRIESTERBACH QEilal
J.C.O,W.A. 3,45 Future Teachers 2,3,4g Class Play 4.
ROGER LEE SPENCER QRogerJ
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Baseball 35 Latin Club 2, National Honor Society 3,45
Rifle Club 3,-'if Basketball Manager 4g Scholarship Team l,2,3.
JAN SPORNHAUER Uanj
Basketball l,2,3,-45 Baseball I,2,3,4, Class Play 3.
DAVID EUGENE SMITH CDavel
Basketball l,2,3, Track l,2g Baseball l,3, Class Play 3g Class
MARILYN KAY SMITH iMarilynl
NICHOLAS BARNETT SMITH iNickJ
Visual Aids l,2,3, Football l,2.
STEVEN GLENN SMITH fSmittyl
Latin Club 2, J.C.O.W.A, 3, Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 3, Vice Presi-
dent 45 Track l,2,3,4, Football 2,3,4g Letter Club 23,45 Class
Play 3,4, Class President 4, Annual Staft 4,
JUDITH ANN STRADER Uudyl
Y-Teens 2,3,45 G.A.A. lg Class Pl
GARY ALLYN SULT lGoryl
ay 3,45 Chorus l,25 Librarian lg
Baseball lp Bible Club l,25 Football 25 May Day Escort 35 Hi-Y
3,45 Wrestling 45 Tumbling Team 4
DENNIS BAKER SWARTZ CDenl
Football l,2,3,45 Basketball lj T
S!,3,45 Class Play 45 Latin Club 2.
MARY MARGARET SWEARINGEN
Chorus l,25 Y-Teens l,2.
rack l,25 Letter Club 3,45 Hi-Y
JUDITH KAY TEBICS Uudyl
Chorus l,2,45 Y-Teens 3,45 G.A.A. 45 Special Chorus 2.
GERALD ARTHUR SWOPE Uerryl
Basketball l,25 Baseball 2,3,45 Letter Club 2,35 Latin Club 25
GAYDELL THOMPSON fGayl
G.A.A. l,25 Future Nurses lg Y-Teens 25 Chorus 25 Sextet 25 Fu-
ture Teachers 3,45 J.C.O.W.A. 35 Latin Club 25 Annual Staff 4.
SHERRY ELLEN TREON fsherryl
Student Council lj Class Play 45 Scholarship Team 35 Drill Team
3,45 Future Nurses l,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 45 G.A.A. 2,3,4,
Treasurer 45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,35 J.C.O.W.A. 3,45 An-
nual Staff 4.
JOHN EDWARD WALLS Uolwnnyl
Basketball IQ, Baseball 23,45 Track I, Hi-Y l,2,3.
JUDITH ANN WHEELER Uudyl
SUSAN LOUISE WILLIAMS CSueI
G.A.A. Ig Scholarship Team If Y-Teens 2,3g Future Teachers
2,3,4, Vice President 4g Latin Club 2, Treasurer 2g .I.C.O.VV.A.
3,41 Class Play 4, Choir l,2,3,4f Annual 4.
JAMES EDWARD WILSON Uiml
Bowling League 4, Visual Aids 3,
RONALD DOUGLAS WOLF lRonD
Chorus 3,45 Dance Band 2,3,4, Band I,2,3,4, Class Play 3, Hi-Y
4, Track I.
DARLENE MAE WOMBOLD lDcrIenel
Class Play 35 Chorus 2, G.A.A. I,2,3g Future Nurses I.
MICHAEL EUGENE WUERTZ CMickJ
BRENT THOMAS WOOLERY fBren1I
Baseball I,2,4, Basketball I,2g Track Ig Class Play 3,45 Rifle
Priscilla Adkins, bequeath my southern accent to
Lois Schwierking, and my basketball ability to
Joetta Allen, bequeath my ability in bookkeeping
to anyone who wants it, and my good times in
high school to my little sister Marsha Kaye.
Larry Amos, bequeath my good looks to .lake
Moyer, and my skating ability to Frank Larrick.
Carol Anderson, bequeath my iob as co-captain of
the drill team to any deserving girl with a big
mouth, and my ability at cards to Sharon Bourne.
Ronnie Argabright, bequeath my wrestling ability
to Sherman Terrill.
Judie Ashburn, bequeath what's left in my "Light
and Bright" bottle to Maggie Avey, and my driv-
ing ability to Ruth Denlinger, who needs it.
Bob Baker, bequeath my '54 Chev. to my little
Mike Baker, bequeath my ability to pass a foot-
ball to Richard Quick.
Jim Balser, bequeath my ability to get sores on my
hands to anyone who wants them.
JAMES DOUGLAS SMALLEY Uimj
ELIZABETH ANN HUFF lBettyJ
Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Future Nurses 3, Chorus 4, Class Play 4.
Patti Beck, bequeath my ability to confuse Mr.
Karns and my shyness to my little sister Mary Ann.
Zoe Becker, bequeath my position in band to
Sandy Petering, and my fun in Co-op to Brenda
Mike Beirise, bequeath my Ford to anyone who
can keep oil in it, and my driving ability to Earlene
Linda Bennett, bequeath my ability to do a solo in
the Miami University Band Day Parade to Sue
Joy Blumenstock, bequeath my part-time happiness
and good luck to Joyce Wagner, and my natural
curly hair to someone who will appreciate it.
Steve Booker, bequeath my ability to scrape my
elbow on the rim to Harvey Huddleson.
Jane Boomershine, bequeath my ability to switch
lanes to Sally Wood.
Pat Boyle, bequeath my "buttons" to make dimples
to Dianne Beinamann in hopes that she will be
teased as much as I have been.
Gloria Brandenburg, bequeath my ability to "goof
off" in study hall to Terry Kistler, and all my books
to the city dump.
Ronnie Brewer, bequeath my ability to fail English
to anyone who can make that grade, and my
good times in high school to my sisters Pat, Molina,
Lois Bright, bequeath my position as office assist-
ant to my sister Cheryl, or to anyone who thinks
they can figure out the new phone system.
Sally Brooks, bequeath my first chair French Horn
to Pat Scott, and my good time-s in high school
to my sister Donna.
John Brown, bequeath my ability to get along with
my teachers to my brother.
'John Brown, bequeath my ability in industrial arts
to Dick Beam.
Linda Buckley, bequeath my quiet ways to Sharon
Steven Busch, bequeath all my beer to Joe Phipps.
Mary Ann Buske, bequeath my long flowing pony-
tail to Joy Fisher.
Doris Carmony, bequeath my job on the annual
staff to anyone dumb enough to want it, and my
typing ability to Bob Pfeiffer.
Bonnie Carroll, bequeath my ability to write Eng-
lish themes to my sister Sally, and my position as
maiorette to any deserving girl.
Jim Cerney, bequeath my ability to fix car radios
to Mr. Bowser, and my ability to sleep in civics
class to anyone who can get by with it.
Joyce Clevelle, bequeath my athletic ability to
Linda Manning, and my ability to give Mr. Starch'
more gray hair to Joyce Hormell.
Sharon Comer, bequeath my poundage to Joyce
Wagner, and my twirling ability to Sharon Bond.
Roger Cook, bequeath my racing P-49 to Rick
Tom Coughlin, bequeath my law book to Rick
Dessie Courtney, bequeath my civics grades to my
sister Dianne, and my good times in Co-op to any
Geneva Courtney, bequeath my ability to get
along with teachers to any deserving iunior.
Bob Crowe, bequeath my i947 Chevrolet to Ray
Dake so he will have a way to go to football prac-
tices next season.
Bonnie Crumrine, bequeath my day dreaming in
study hall to Beth Brumbaugh, and my average
grades to anyone getting below average.
Don Dake, bequeath my diminished desire to push
a pencil to Tom Wolf.
Ron Dake, bequeath to Roger Bundy a mud flap
for his bicycle.
Steve Davis, bequeath my ability in speech to Bill
Josslyn, and my '34 Ford to anyone who wants to
keep it clean.
Don Denlinger, bequeath my '50 Ford to anyone
in the Junior Class who can keep it running.
Virginia Dillon, bequeath my good times in high
school to my sister Judy, and my chemistry grades
to Shirley Pearce.
Barbara Donovan, bequeath my seat in band to
any trumpet player, and my good times in high
school to Nancy Weber.
Nancy Engle, bequeath my enthusiasm and my
ability to get excited easily to my brother Jerry,
and my ability to get lost in the halls to Sharon
Connie Fair, bequeath my ability to play basket-
ball to Maureen McLaughlin, and my ability to
understand jokes to Janice Riley.
Marcia Farren, bequeath my outstanding ability to
flirt with boys to my timid sister Barbara, and my
physics book to anyone who likes to ask dumb
Bonnie Fisher, bequeath my ability to get along
with Kentuckians to Sharon Bryon.
Barbara Forsythe, bequeath my ability to always
get caught with a messy locker when there is
locker inspection to any iunior who never cleans
Marlene Forsythe, bequeath my peroxided hair to
any iunior girl, and my ability to drive to my
Roy Fuller, bequeath my '55 Ford to Joyce Landis,
and my sleeping in study hall to Harvey Huddle-
Emily Frost, bequeath my seat in band to anyone
enjoying music, and my good times at Northmont
to my sisters.
Gene Fuson, bequeath my '49 Buick to anyone who
will iust take it.
Virgil Gallagher, bequeath my size to Rex Baker,
and my good luck with cars to anyone who wants
Max Garrison, bequeath my brand new Kookie
comb to Mr. Lancaster.
Jim Gaskill, bequeath my ability to get whipped by
Mr. Karns to Ray Dake, and my car to George
Pauline Goubeaux, bequeath my bicycle to Roger
Sharon Grisso, bequeath my ability to get along
with Mr. Karns to Nancy Haller.
Mike Haines, bequeath my track shoes to Dan
Overly if he can get his big feet in them.
Gary Hall, bequeath my no. 7 football iersey to
Tom Wolf, and my ability to keep my Chevy run-
ning to anyone who wants it.
Pat Haney, bequeath my locker in the girls' locker
room to Louie Kenisle-y, providing he can fight his
way through all the girls.
Peggy Happensack, bequeath my good times in
high school to my sister Connie.
Ron Hawley, bequeath my good times at North-
mont to the Junior Class and my string of straight
A's in English class to my brother Rag.
Butch Haworth, bequeath my height to Jim Weaks.
Stephen Hendershot, bequeath my ability for Eng-
lish to my sister Annis.
Ken Hesler, bequeath my ability to get out of class
to someone- who can get away with it.
Jack Hoskins, bequeath my civics book to William
Bill Hoover, bequeath my speech book to Ronnie
Gary Houseman, bequeath my flat top to George
Bayne, and my English ability to Jerry McClellan.
Dave Huddleson, bequeath my square toe football
shoes to anyone who is as clumsy as I, and my
no. 6 football jersey to my brother Boyd.
Lloyd Huddleson, bequeath my height to my cousin
Harvey, and my ability to Hunk to my brother
Donna Hudnall, bequeath my patty-wagon and
my good times in high school to my sister Peggy,
and my fast lunch hour to anyone who can digest
Robert Hutchison, bequeath my "orneriness" and
my car to David Diehl, my gabbing ability to Mar-
tha Eidemiller, and my musical success to Dennis
Tressler and Joyce Hormell.
Betty Huff, bequeath my ability to drive to Carol
Dan Jarrett, bequeath my curly hair to Mr. Lan-
Julie Johnston, bequeath my cheerleading position
to Roger Hawley, and my ability to keep quiet in
study hall to my sister Louise.
Mary Johnston, bequeath my good times in high
school to my brother Mark, and my position as
drill team co-captain to some lucky girl.
Judy Kelley, bequeath my long hair to any iunior
girl who wants to put it up every night.
Mary Lou Kennard, bequeath my bow, arrows, and
quiver to the next Indian to pass on the National
Road, and my ability to confuse Mrs. B. to my sister
Barbara Kerns, bequeath my ability to have good
times to my little brother Paul, and my blue bomb
to Karen Kelly.
Milton Ketron, bequeath my big Olds to my
brother Ken or anyone who can keep gas in it.
Kent Kimmel, bequeath my seat in English class to
Dan Kneisley, bequeath my great ability in Eng-
lish to George Lowry.
Dave Knisley, bequeath my pointed shoes to Mr.
Gary Kurtz, bequeath my Black Beetle to anyone
who can put gas in it, and my place in band to
Eldon Ladd, bequeath my ability to drive to Diane
Beiniman, and my M-54 to anyone who can keep
it on the road.
Keith Landes, bequeath my brains to George
Grace Lang, bequeath my ability to play the cym-
bals to anyone who can play them at the wrong
time, as I usually do, and a bottle of aspirins to
Mr. Cool so he can stand it for another year.
Judy Leedy, bequeath my iob as hall monitor to
Mary Ann Morris, and my long arms and legs to
Dick Longman, bequeath my spotted car to Ralph
David Lowe, bequeath my '53 Chevy to anyone
who can drive it without using reverse, and my
seat in CO-OP to any lucky iunior.
John Lowry, bequeath my advanced algebra book
to whoever wants it.
Tomi Marshall, bequeath my down field blocking
ability to Ray Dake.
Theda Maupin, bequeath my ability to stay out of
trouble to Mike Wissman, and my place in the
school book store to any iunior who wants a
Marcia McVity, bequeath my ability to get pad-
dled by Mr. Karns to Maxine Overla, and my
blonde hair to my younger brother Tom.
Peggy Meece, bequeath my car to my sister Bar-
bara if it holds together that long, and my sew-
ing ability to Janice Riley.
Linda Mikesell, bequeath my job of typing the
class will to anyone who thinks he can read the
Tim Milligan, bequeath all my football abilities to
my brothers Mike and Bruce, and my elbow pad
to Raymond Dake, in hopes he'll make good use
Ron Mills, bequeath my number "24" football ier-
sey to Don Bittorf, and my ability to get out of
study hall to Bill Josselyn.
Merlin Mohler, bequeath my height to Jim Weaks,
and my curly hair to Ralph Steffano.
Sue Morris, bequeath my naturally curly hair to
my sister Mary, and my well equipped phys-ed
locker to Dorothy Fore.
Dave Nicholson, bequeath my brilliant times in
the mile to anyone who is dumb enough to want
Penny Oburn, bequeath my shorthand book to
anyone crazy enough to want it.
Jim Orrill, bequeath five of my fingers to Ken
Furay so he won't have to take off his shoes to
count to fifteen.
Linda Overla, bequeath my ability to try to play
a trumpet to Gary Kimmel.
Barbara Gverly, bequeath my fun in English class
to my little brother Danny.
Elaine Paulus, bequeath my ability to get straight
A's and to get pizza to Rex Baker.
Carol Parsons, bequeath my little feet to Beth
Brumbaugh, and my ability to talk in study hall
and not get caught to any underclassman.
Ronnie Paxton, bequeath my height to Jim Weaks.
Joe Phipps, bequeath my ability to get along
with Mr. Sewell to Lee Brittian.
Kathy Quick, bequeath the "chip" on my shoulder
in physics class to Mr. Sewell.
Bill Rampenthal, bequeath my crutches to Terry
Kistler for next year.
Linda Roach, bequeath my ability to laugh at
something that isn't funny to Janice Walls, and my
ability to drive to my buddy Tom.
Susan Rohr, bequeath my ability to keep the band
line straight to Audrey Lock, and my position as
J.C.O.W.A. point secretary to anyone who can
count well enough to accept it.
Wanda Rose, bequeath my English literature book
to Mrs. Rosser, and my English seat to any junior
who can sit in it without going to sleep.
Judy Rosser, bequeath my iob as editor of the
paper to any deserving person, and my brownie
points in English to Roger Hawley.
Pat Sanders, bequeath my copy of "Paint the Town
Pink" to Mr. Lancaster, and my ability to type with-
out any errors to someone with a locker full of
Karen Schenck, bequeath my spectator seat to
Bert, so she can sit down and rest once in a while.
Paulette Schecter, bequeath all my good times at
Junior Achievement to anyone who likes to learn
while having loads of fun.
Roberta Schwierking, bequeath to Harvey Huddle-
son my height, and to Mary Ann Morris, my ability
to get along with sisters.
Roseanne Schwytzer, bequeath Darly Siberst's
S400 Ford, which Brent Woolery won't take, to
Larry Shanks, bequeath my good luck with my
car to Gary Forsythe, and my ability to sleep in
study hall to my brother, Danny.
Susan Shelby, bequeath my driving ability to
anyone foolish enough to want it, and my good
fortune in winning contests to someone as deserv-
ing as l.
Pat Shiverdecker, bequeath my ability to catch the
bus on time to my sister Carol, and my ability to
blush easily to Sandy Sherman.
Terry Shook, bequeath my short hair to Steve
Bruce Shultz, bequeath to Bev Price my football
Anne Slutman, bequeath my ability to chew gum
in study hall without being caught to Andy Shef-
Jim Smalley, bequeath my height to Julie Flint,
and my voice to Ann Templin.
Gary Smith, bequeath anything I have to Roger
Hawley because he needs everything.
Nick Smith, bequeath my ability to talk in class
and get away with it to my sister Cathy.
Dave Smith, bequeath my well-used copy of Mac-
beth to Mrs. Rosser, and my good car to Joyce
Marilyn Smith, bequeath my love for school to
anyone who wants it.
Steve Smith, bequeath all my broken hurdles to
John Studebaker and Walter Rudd it they can fix
Sandy Solomon, bequeath the driving ability,
which I don't have much ot, to Maureen McLaugh-
lin, and my place in the drill team to Harvey Hud-
dleson or any other deserving junior.
Roger Spencer, bequeath my ability in science and
math to any deserving freshman, and my motor-
cycle to anyone who wants to ride it.
Jan Spornhauer, bequeath my basketball ability
to Roger Hawley, and my car to anyone who
wants to take a chance with it.
Eila Mae Spriestersbach, bequeath my ability to
stay in chemistry to my sister Carla Jean, and my
boat to be used as Mr. Lancaster's dinghy.
Judy Strader, bequeath to Ann Walker my "quiet"
slumber parties, and to Judy Rappold my green
and white bomb.
Gary Sult, bequeath the gold band on my class
ring to Joyce Wagner.
Dennis Swartz, bequeath my football equipment to
Fred Fore because he took three-tourths of it any-
Mary Swearingen, bequeath my love for getting
up in the morning to go to school to anyone who
Jerry Swope, bequeath my good times in high
school to my brother Eddie.
Judy Tebics, bequeath my neat gym blouse to Ann
Templin, my humorous iokes to Julie Flint, and my
ability to remember Mr. Hoover's birthday to my
little brother Jon.
Gay Thompson, bequeath my shorthand ability to
Andy Shettield, and my ability to annoy teach-
ers to my sister, Janet.
Sherry Treon, bequeath my marching ability to
Carol Carr, and my little red lunch pail to Marilyn
Johnny Walls, bequeath my ability to make go-
carts to George Lowry.
Judy Wheeler, bequeath my locker to Peggy Gar-
Darlene Wombold, bequeath my shorthand grades
to Elaine Fish.
Sue Williams, bequeath my ability to run over
rocks to Jo Ann Vermillion.
Ron Wolf, bequeath my '57 Che-vy to Jackie ldd-
ings and Tom Wolf, and my ability to get out of
bed at 6 a.m. in the morning to Rae Gene Ratlift.
Brent Woolery, bequeath my bicycle to Roger
Mike Wuertz, bequeath my ability to skip classes
to Ken Furay.
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STANDING: John Studebaker, Vice-presidentg Fred Fore, Sergeant-at-armsp SITTING: Ann Walker, Treas-
urerp Jackie Akers, Secretaryp Susan Smith, President.
We, the class of I96I, have enioyed our Junior year and have worked hard towards
becoming Seniors. We had a lot of fun working on the Valentine Dance and the Prom.
As Juniors we begin to realize what our goals in life should be.
Our best wishes go to the Senior class of I96O, for we will soon be next to follow in
We have been a good class and we are confident that we can face the coming year's
We are proud to be called the CLASS OF '6I!
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Mary Rose Fisher
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Marshall, Rag Hawley, Don Birtarf, Rick Roihart, Bob Jennings, Jim Weaks, Dan Overla, Bob Haley, Steve
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well, Mr. Hosler, coach, Howard Manny and Larry Scharnp, managers, Dave Wilson, Jerry Fisher, John
Kimmel, Jim Eller, Tim Templin, Jim Nies.
We would like to congratulate our Freshman team who was unde-
feated in their 1959-1960 season, These boys won I7 straight games
and the Montgomery County Junior-High tournament.
Cheerleaders: Mary Thomson, Sandy Bowman, Diane Lewis, Sue Herr, Mary Holloway, Nancy Haller.
UP ond OVER WATCH! your head
FRONT ROW - Ronnie Paxton, Burch Howorfh, Dove Huddleson, Mike Boker, Mox Garrison, Brent Wool-
ery, SECOND ROW - Mr. Yensel, Rick Rothert, Bill Roth, Rolph Sreffono, .lon Spornhouer, Gory Holl, Corl
Gray, Steve Booker, Joe Phipps, Jerry Swope, Mr. Brown,
Wrestling Y Don Heinze and Tom Marshall
Terry McRoy, Rick Roihart, Tam Rapold, Bob Holloway, John Studebaker, Fronk Larrick, Tom Wolf, Bob
Jennings, Brent Koogler, Mary Holloway, Sue Biftorf, Sandy McDermi11'.
LET'S concentrate on baskelball, fellows
CONGRATULATIONS on becoming one of the members of the SWBL Team
Keep the good form, GIRLS
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Cc1pYoin,Jc1n Spornlwouer, pre-senfs clmmpionslwip trophy To Mr, Shell.
Tom Vlorsholl - Best Linemon Award Mike Boker - Best Sportsmnnslwip Awurd
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shine, Pat Boyle, and Lois Bright. SECOND ROW: Sue Rohr, Sherry
Treon, Marcia Forren, Connie Fair, Carolyn Anderson, Steve Smith,
D. Gary Smith, Don Dake, Kent Kimmel, Mary Johnson, Nancy
Chairmen look over yearbook material. Left to right: Doris Carmony, Lois
Schwierking, Grace Lang, Barbara Overly, Marcia Farrert, and Kathy
Engle, Joyce Clevelle, Gay Thompson, and Karen Schenck. THIRD
ROW: Merlin Mohler, Grace Lang, Donna Hudnoll, Barbara Overly,
Peggy Meece, Gloria Brandenburg, Bonnie Carroll, Milton Ketron,
Bob Hutchison, Pat Shiverdecker, Roberta Schwierking, Judy Rosser,
Kathy Quick, and Lois Schwierking.
Mr. Horn, Advisor, Pot Shiverdeclcer and Merlin Mohler, Co-
SPIRIT STAFF FRONT ROW: Sandy HiIe, Larry Cress, Jane Schmid- Haney, Jim Stumpf, Sue Smith, Janice Riley, and Barbara Smith
Iapp, Bob Jennings, Judy Rosser, Roberta Schwierking, and Lois THIRD ROW: Maureen McGuire, Lois Schwierking, Maureen Mc
Bright, SECOND ROW: Miss Bracy, Advisor, Sue Ebensold, Carolyn Laughlin, Connie Fair, Sharon Bryan, and Eileen Anders.
I- I "I' ii Left to right: Sue Smith, Sharon Bryan, Lois Bright, Jane Schmidlapp, Lois
Schwierking, Sue Ebersold, Larry Cress, and Maureen McGuire.
Editors: Judy Rosser and Roberta Schwierking.
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JCOWA The Junior Council on World Altoirs is composed ot Junior ond Senior students
who ore interested in current events ond world otfoirs. In oddition to the club's regulor
meetings, there ore mony inter-school cictivities. These include the High School Institute,
the United Notions Model Assembly, and the onnuol trip to Washington ond New York.
JCOWA Officers ore, left to right: .lone Boomer
shine, Treasurer, Mciry Johnson, Representative
L Kent Kimmel, President, Andrea Sheffield, Secre
5 tary, cind Scilly Carroll, Vice President.
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STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Karl Peters, John Studebaker, Julie Johnston, Mike Haines, Joyce Hor-
mell, Joel Shiverdecker, Ronnie Gillette, and Jo Anne Vermilya. SECOND ROW: Janet Thompson, Steve
Haworth, Joe Phipps, D. Gary Smith, Vernon Martin, Morgan Davis, Judy Stanley, and John Kilmer.
OFFICERS: Joyce Hormell, Vice President, Mike
Haines, President, Julie Johnston, Secretary, Joel
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Gary Smith, and John Studebaker.
OfTicers ore, SEATED: Kathy Quick, Presidenig Sue
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Y-TEENS Y-Teens ore composed of ony girls in the high school interested in belonging
to ci world-wide fellowship of women ond girls in Y.W.C.A.'s in sixty-eight countries.
The rewords of Y-Teen membership ore new friends, now experiences, ond new op-
portunities to grow cis o person, to grow in friendship with people of oll roces, religions,
ond notionolities, ond to grow in the knowledge ond love of God.
HI-Y The l-li-Y Club is the Y.M,C.A, in the high school, consisting of o fellowship of
high school boys who ore committed to ct Christion purpose ot Work in the home, school,
The purpose of the Hi-Y is "To creote, mointoin ond extend throughout the home, school,
ond community high stonclords of Christion chorocterf'
OFFICE ASSISTANTS FIRST ROW: Lois Bright, Julie Flinf, Joyce Clevelle, Linda Benner, Maureen McGuire,
and Susan Shelby. SECOND ROW: Lois Schwierking, Sandy Solomon, Mrs. Gnogey, Mary Lou Kennard, and
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LIBRARIANS SEATED: Patty Brewer, Corol Shiverdecker, Peggy Hudnall, Bea Royer, Nancy Engle, and
Louise Johnston. STANDING: Miss Miller, Barbara Brurnbough, Mary Ruth Thompson, Linda Walker, Jackie
Iddings, Cheryl Ferrell, and Marilyn Durst.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FIRST ROW: Mary Rose Fisher, Me-
lanie Gauvey, Linda Mikesell, Sherry Treon, Pai Sanders, Paulette
Schechter, .loetfa Allen, Bonnie Fisher, Theda Maupin, Eila Mae
Spriestersbach, and Doris Carmony. SECOND ROW: Betfy Bals-
VISUAL AIDS Milton Keiron, Bob Hutchison Ron Wolf and Jim Marshall
BIBLE CLUB FIRST ROW: Peggy Kennard, Judy Dillon, Nancy baugh, Jackie Akers, Frank Larrick, and Miss Miller THIRD ROW
Engle, Sherry Hire, Toni York, Diane Dixon, and Teddi Foster. SEC- Melanie Gauvey, Marilyn Sommers, Larry Amos Mary Lou Ken
OND ROW: Miss Miller, Marilyn Rhoads, Bonnie Carroll, Vernon nord, Wanda Rose, Virginia Dillon, Mary Rose Fisher Shirley Pierce
Martin, Conrad Aiken, Jerry Engle, Annis Hendershot, Beth Brum- and Carol Parsons.
Officers, SEATED: Melanie Gauvey, Secretary-Treasurer, Mary
Rose Fisher, President, and Diane Dixon, Reporter. STANDING:
Conrad Aiken, Vice President and Vernon Martin, Song Leader.
President, Mary Rose Fisher
GAA Ollicers. SEATED: Sharon Ryan, Interscholasiic Manager
Peggy Meece, Presidenh Sue Smith, Secretary, STANDING
Miss Murphy, Sue Morris, Vice Presidenfg and Sherry Treon
GAA volleyball game
GAA basketball game
TRUMPETS Left to right: Plwil McCarty, Bob
Turrnan, Richard Weimer, Linda Overla,
Mike Schamp, Dave Pace, Jim Hule, Dale
Landis, Donna Viles, Judy Haines, Don Lear-
islw, and Nancy McConnell.
TROMBONES and TUBAS Walter Rudd,
Sandra Pete-ring, Vernon Martin, Gary BARITONES and FRENCH HORNS Mary PERCUSSION Joyce Hormell, Grace
Kurtz, Marvin Van Dyke, Mike Capsrick, Lynn Holloway, Judy Miller, Pat Scott, Phyllis Lang, Marvin Van Dyke, Dennis Tres-
and Sam Gnagey, Collier, Sally Brooks, and Gary Kimmel. slar, .lean Gildow, and Sandy Hile.
CLARINFTS SEATED: Joyce Clevelle, Jane
Schmidlapp, Sue Rohr, Doris Carmony, Emily
Frost, Virginia Dillon, and Sharon Bond.
STANDING: Maureen McGuire, Roger Cavender,
Doro Darne-r, Linda Fsher, Audry Lock, Barbara
Memo, Sharon Balzer, Judy Huicfgarden, Sue
Ebersold, Sue I-Iilernan, and Wonito Kessler.
OFFICERS SEATED: Jane Schniidlopp,
Secrefcryg Pai Boyle, Treosurerg Sue
Rohr, President, Joyce Cleyelle, Li-
brarian, and Sharon Bond, Head Ma-
jorenfe, STANDING: Mr. Cool, Director,
Vernon Martin, Marvin Van Dyke,
Denwis Tresslor, and Walter Rudd,
FLUTES Marilyn Dursi .loannciv Flaugli,
Carolyn Copsiicle, Judy Rossor, Jan
SAXOPHONES June Lushsr, Marilyn Rhoadg, Norris, Elaine Scharnp, and Jo Anim
Cheryl Be-iz, Sally Vines, and Pot Boyle. Vermilya.
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THUNDERETTS Barbara Overly, Susan Michael, Sharon Bourne, Jane
Boomershine, Carol Ullery, Connie Fair, Sandy Hile, Carolyn Ander-
son, Bea Royer, Maxene Overla, Roberta Schwierking, Beverly Price,
Sue Smith, Linda Bennett, Linda Manning, Susan Brumbaugh, Mary
Johnson, Ann Walker, Bonnie Fisher, Linda Buckley, Sherry Treon, and
FLAGBEARERS Maureen McGlophlin and Earline Widner.
MAJORETTES FIRST ROW: Jeannete Flaugh, Sharon Bond, Jeanne
Worth, SECOND ROW: Judy Stanley, Bonnie Carroll, and Sally Carroll.
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1959 Homecoming Dance Christmas MUGS
Chrisimas concert with Mr. George Handel as special
Chrisfmas concert Spring concert
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Speaker, Rev. Chiles
Moy 29, 1960
Geiting ready for the big evening.
Families and friends come to see their
loved ones take the final step.
Professor Delbert Oberteuffer
Ohio Stote University
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Introduction of speaker by Mr. Shell
Everyone was excited os the time grew near
Receiving on honor cord wos U grecit event experi-
enced by twenty-six members of the dass.
Special numbers by the choir odded to
the otmosplwere on added delight.
Some were itclppyg Others were not.
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soy goodbye to the halls
ond students ot Northmont
Everyone is proud f he
CLASS OF 60
Coll TE 6-6405 403 North Moin Street
MEL'S BARBER SHOP
- Hours -
8 to 6 Mon., Tues., Sat.
8 to 7 Wed., Thurs.,
"The Best of Service
in Pleasant Atmosphere"
T7 North Main Street
Phone: TE 6-6779
TRACY'S SOHIO SERVICE
8500 N. Main St.
Complete Brake Service
Front End Alignment
CR 4-0437 L. Tracy
PAUL AND RUTH'S MARKET
Complete Line of Groceries and Meats
Corner of Main and State
MINNICH DRY GOODS MEL'S BODY SHOP
Dry Goods and Notions
3 East Main St. 74 W. Main St.
Phillipsburg Phillipsburg, Ohio
Phone TU 4-468l TU 4-4806 Melvin Elliott
MILTON FEDERAL SAVINGS
I02 North Miami Street West Milton, Ohio
INSURED SAVINGS HOME LOANS
ALLIED SERVICES, INC.
"One Source Service"
WAYNE'S GULF SERVICE
WARM AIR AND HOT WATER 7850 N. Main St. CR 4-0480
AIR CONDITIONING Wayne
Up to 5 Years to Pay
Phone TE 6-5I9I
State Route 48 at New Route 40
THE EMM ENGLE'S SOHIO SERVICE
FREE PICK UP
TOOLS SER CE
TE 6-5582 Englewood, Ohuo
6320 N. Main St. Dayton I5, Ohio
MECHANICAL AND BODY REPAIR
PAINTING FREE ESTIMATES
Phone CR 4-OI04 8051 N. Main
THE BROOKVILLE STAR
LETTER PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
ALL SORTS OF CARDBOARD AND PAPER
GROCERIES FRESH MEATS
A COMPLETE LINE OF COMPONENTS
FOR RELOADING OF RIFLES
AND SHOTGUN SHELLS
Union, Ohio TE 6-655I
IDDlNG'S AUTO PARTS
AUTO PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Any Port for Any Muke or Model
South of Englewood Dom
Hardware Paints Toys
15-17 Route 440
Septic Tanks Englewood, Ohio TE 6-6359
NEW AND DIFFERENT STOCK EVERY DAY
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CR 5-3333 CR 5-5703
WAMPLERS BARN AND BALLERINA
Accommodations from 100-4,000
Corner of Shiloh Springs
and Wolf Roads
FOR BETTER HOMES
Phone TE 6-5129
SGISTTT Avenue Cgrgqgeg
Doyton, Ohio Giffs
We Wire Flowers Anywhere
Florists' Telegro ph Delivery
ENGLEWCOD SUPER MARKET
A Complete Food Store Corner of Wolnut ond Jefferson
Phone TE 6-5206 Englewood, Ohio
Hallmark Greeting Cards
7602 North Main Street
At Dog Leg Road
J. C. BARBER SHOP
7834 North Main Street
HAY AND POWELL
Furniture and Funeral Directors
Phones: Brookville 81 and 79
M. C. COMER
Excavating Water Lines
Footers Leeching Beds
Phone TU 4-4051
9 am. to 5 p.m.
union, ohio Phone: TE 6-5533
MACHINE AND TOOL
ROYAL CREST ALL STAR DAIRY
Hoppy's Favorite Dairy
3977 Salem Ave.
Milk and Ice Cream
Ask for it at your favorite store
Call CR 5-7418
"We Operate Our Own Plant'
Complete - One Stop Service
Laundry - Dry Cleaning
"Our Aim Is to Please"
Phone TE 6-5531
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HENDRICKS AND SON
Ready Mix Concrete
Phone TE 6-5115
"Where Good Service Is o Habit"
Phone TE o-5116
1504 North Gettysburg Avenue
Dayton 27, Ohio
LARRY BOORD AGENCY
OHIO NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
2718 Salem Avenue Phone CR 8-4272 Dayton 6, Ohio
FOR SAVINGS AND INVESTMENTS
Plans Designed For Young People That Will Serve Them
All Through Life.
SEE: DWAIN DETRO, BILL PHILLIPS, CLYDE HINES
185 Hamilton Street
West Milton, Ohio
Phone - 23
7 North Main St.
Phone: TE 6-3121
West Milton Ohio
Phone TE 6-5185
North Main Street
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CORSAGES AND WEDDING FLOWERS Route 48
"One Mile South of Englewood"
8766 North Moin Street
North of Dom
JOHN TALBOTT INSURANCE
262 North Miami Street West Milton, Ohio
STUDENT LIFE INSURANCE
WALKER MOTOR SALES
GET THE LlON'S SHARE OF DRIVING FUN!
Smart, new, fun to drive . . . saucy new ANGLIA! Superb British craftsman-
ship - built to last. Advanced power plant for brilliant performance.
4-speed sports-type gearshift for nimble control. Stretch space for four
Bigger trunk. Side windows that open. I-uII dashboard instruments. Extra
wide doors. Choice of I2 colors. Best of all, thrifty! Up to 40 miles per
gallon. See the worId's most exciting fun car - today.
CHOOSE FROM I2 MODELS IN THE ENGLISH FORD LINE.
"JUST A FRIEND"
BOB AND EDDIE'S
ROAD SERVICE 6 TO IO
Route 440 ond 48
Phone TE 6-5586
DR. L. E. OSWALT
DR. HAROLD WEIDNER
II3 West Ncfionol Road
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS
NEW AND USED CAR DEALER
psburg, Ohio TU 4-420I
ATLAS TIRES AND BATTERIES
7 West National Road Englewood, Ohio
BULOVA SILVERWARE - CHROMEWARE
WYLER WATCHES SAMSONITE LUGGAGE
COLUMBIA DIAMONDS CORO JEWELRY
WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR
"ALWAYS GOOD COFFEE"
"WE SPECIALIZE IN PLATE LUNCHES"
I2 West National Road
SERVING HOME MADE PIES
Englewood, Ohio TE 6-5593
"We Aim to PIease"
It Is Appointed Unto Men Once to Die
But After This the Judgement."
OF "60" COMPLIMENTS
INSURANCE READY-MIX CORPORATION
Phillipsburg, Ohio TU 4-4I8I
,LS KROPLIN JEWELERS
KEEPSAKE DIAMOND RINGS
BULOVA - WYLER WATCHES
GUARANTEED WATCH, CLOCK,
AND JEWELRY REPAIR
FINE GIFTS OF JEWELRY
Phone IAIW W. Milton, Ohio
109 Beckenhem Road
YOUNT'S DICK'S BODY SHOP, INC
CLOTHING AND SHOE STORE
7 Norfh Miami Sfreef
West Milton, Ohio
Salem Ave. Dayt
Phone CR 4-5362
"WE MEET BY ACCIDENT"
B 8. B
West Milton, Ohio
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
West Milfon, Ohio
Phones: 'IO5 - 392
GRAIN, FEED, SEED, FERTILIZER
DRAIN TILE AND FARM SUPPLIES
GOLDEN GRAIN FARM GRAIN DRYERS
Phone Phillipsburg TU 4-486I
LUBRICATION - BRAKE SERVICE
ciqyfon, ohio TE 6-5597
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GRAVEL 81 STONE CO.
PRODUCERS OF LIMESTONE PRODUCTS
Phillipsburg, Ohio Phone 4-4621
Englewood, Ohio Phone TE 6-5I6I
I. E. Boker 4-4671
Roger Boker TE 6-6606
AGRICULTURAL LIME APPLIED
DYNAMITE I' I "' CEMENT
Owner - PHILIP ROGERS
West Milton Phone
"For Thot PROFESSIONAL Touch"
Across from the Drug Store
Authorized Dealer - Lawnmower Parts
Briggs 8. Straton, Lawson, and
Repair and Sharpening - All Types
343 East Salem TE 6-6362
We wish to express our sincerest thanks to lust a few of the people who have made
this year's annual possible: to our annual advisor, Mr. Horn, to Mr. Reynolds tor the
wonderful pictures which he produced on his own time, to the businessmen who placed
ads in this annual, and to Powell Studios. We hope that their ettorts and ours will give
to you, the Norfhmont Student Body, a memorable review ot our first year at NORTH-
MONT HIGH SCHOOL.
THE 60 AURORA STAFF
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