Trotwood Madison High School - Rambler Yearbook (Trotwood, OH)

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f rdf Pblbdbyfl lfff MAUIQUN LQMQQLPOQLQH QEHUUL 5 , W 1 - Wiz W W- 1 9 4 7 'A YEAHBQQK Promo ed by S u en Council u is e nnua S cl I ecfacalea We dedlcale thas Annual to our frlend and teacher Mass Swmk llI'l"lI The students and faculty of Madason School were saddened to learn of the death of Mass Treva Swank on January 6 l947 For almost eaght years Mass Swank had been the sancere fraend of the teachers and pupals an Madason School Her passang has created a vacancy whach can never be completely fal ed Mass Swank came to our school system an the fall of l938 from a school an Preble County She farst taught an the fourth grade She was gone for one year an order to complete her college work When she returned she began teachang an hagh school Whale Mass Swank went about her work an a quaet unassumang manner her anfluence on her students was far greater than would have been expected The persons who worked wath her can never erase from thear laves the posatave results of her anfluence The unusual qualataes of Mass Swank s personalaty were her love of people her desare to serve others the way her relagaous convactaons were translated anto her daaly Iavang and her poase and self control regardless of the satuataon confrontang her Even when the fatal malady faxed atself upon her she went about her work an such a way that few were aware that anythang was wrong Those of us who knew of her allness have marvelled how she could contanue on wath her work wath such lattle evadence of worryang or complaanang Whale she has gone from us the anfluence of her character and personalaty lrves on an the attatudes motaves and deeds of all of us who have been an contact wath her In addataon to the floral expressaons of sympathy whach were sent to the famaly a memoraal pacture as beang purchased for the school labrary where Mass Swank gave so many extra hours of servace Thas pacture can be a daaly remander to Madason students to ancorporate anto thear laves the fane personalaty qualataes of Mass Swank 2 Mrk God never loved me 111 so sweet a way before TIS he alone who cfzn such blesslnus send For when hls love would new expxessxon fmd He brou ht thee to me and sald Behold a fraend' HOPE Thls would I hold mole pxeclous than flne gold Thls vaould I keep although all else be lost Hope an the heaxt that pxeclous prlceless thmg Hope at any cost And God 1f ICS fane lustel should be dlmmed If SCGHIID lx thlou h g,11ef It may be spent Help me to Vsalt wlthout too much despalr Too gleat astonlshment 5:55 I I . 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I I I I . xl MQHTV ll k A IST L1 '7fneme Yesterday ns but a dream And Tomorrow as but a vusnon But Today well lived makes every Yesterday a Dream of Happmess And every Tomorrow a Vlsuon of Hope Anonymous el Left to ught Eldon Kellel Don Devers VICE P1 es Dar1e11 Heck Pres Elmer Stauffer Hubert Bashor The Board of Educotuon IS elected by the people of the school dustruct for o term of four yeors The terms of three members of the board Elmer Stautfer Elden Keller and Hubert Boshor ex pure December l947 Don Devers and Darrell Heck were just recently elected and wall serve un Few ot us realsze how much tlme IS spent by these members the clerk of the board and the superintendent of the school An concluding the numerous major Items of business that are dns posed of each year We are fortunate nn hovlng a progressive and forward lookung group dl To all these men we say Thank you tor helpmg make Madison a better school Safran! Semdaaq 'Niles Ixelxn Steblnns g, Af 1 f 'NI AdAsn h 1- s 1 le-fore romlng to Xladl son A st-ue .Au s 1- gilllfltl wine w.1luAble ex pe :ence An offlte work the Inxtun lovu-A .A 1 ight e IN pelsnnA s IPIIIX X S e 11s A 1 h lnclum Q--A iYlNlIllllIlg h1s letters ga ttlnf., out 1nf1nmAtl1m It ltr' A lllg Allk n Aux other Uffltt' du! e res 1 1 Attem 1- 1 Nllss Steh lnns Also due-N NQ'fIf'ttllll an I1 ll All Hu 1 mA V511 A 1 sh 1 vs ns. vu 1 hr- 1 AIX A1 f-I I xllldf-Ill It Il Oli lNlUn ,UISPN h1l sf hon umk she SIUUXS A Xl or ous uutcloul A L ll ll 1 C' j ' .' is :A 'ra luntf- 1 A z 'sr n wit th 1-las: nf 1937 .' . as ,' " t' 1' .' h I-' - ' ' . v . . ut aj ' ' ' ' nl L' , Sh gl sec' 4 In .hz .'h ll- haz,-. wli- '-1, 11-1 .- - -' A tu ta-: -l rs, f'l' , 1 I li Q ' ' ' i ga, I-'ur Mr, V1-1-nun, she- pre- pu' .' the 1: ily 1 1- :An1' l'v1'n'1l. . .' - W -' 1' r li: Ah nn, L-l-rk nf the l ard. " I itll nf he-I' Aiuti 'S, ,' 1- is z I ': "ll'ng In I1 A lj tw 'h ' 41' J wl 1 the "a 1 In a11l4litiun to 1' 31 l . ,. V. 4 8 .lg - , .' ' l ia 522.4 GMS A fruend and advuser of each Maduson hugh school and elementary student us our superuntendent Mr Mark A Shellhaas He us a graduate of Multon Unuon Hugh School receuved hus B Sc un Educatuon at Wuttenberg College and hus M A at Ohuo State Unnversuty He formerly taught at Pleasant Hull and was both teacher and pruncupal at West Multon ln l937 he came to Maduson as pruncupal of the school When Mr E C Welshumer the former superuntendent left un I943 to assume dutue un the state educatuonal department Mr Shellhaas become superuntendent Hus dutues as superuntendent unclude faculty super vusuon attendance at all school functuons and school board meetungs Hus us a year round posutuon Yet he funds tume each school day to teach two classes of buology and each summer day to further hus hobbues HR? UMD The word pal found un the last syllable of the word pruncupal well applues to our pruncupal here at Madu son Mr Darrel A Vernon Hus favorute hobby us fushung Mr Vernon us a graduate of Amesvulle Hugh School un Athens County Ohuo He attended Ohuo State Unu versuty where he receuved hus Bachelor of Scuence un Educatuon Mr Vernon came to Maduson un l939 as the undustrual arts teacher Durung thus tume he was also the home room teacher for the freshmen In l943 when Mr Shellhaas was made superuntendent he be Came pruncupal Mr Vernon us also faculty athletuc manager and schedules games and offucuals for football and basket ball games Takung care of the attendance records monthly and yearly reports and teachung four classes un undustrual arts dauly make our pruncupal a very busy man 5 I of vegetable and flower gardening. 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N fx Q - 1 'ne' by E , ' if . .,., ,, Q R , ' ,- - Q X I ff ' 1. , rfilofufaffiffarlalon THE FIRST HIGH SCHOOL GROUP AT MADISON F1rstRow W S Mundhenk deceased teacher Lrzzre Kleprnger D G Pleasant d ceased Ellrs Bookwalter Wrlson Getter deceased D C Brower deceased 01.1 Swank Edward Shrvely deceased Lee Holler Second Row Edna Frlbrun Laura Landrs Katre Eby Carrre Turner Jeanette Arnold Lrzzre Nrswonger deceased Blanche Weaver Ollre Guenther Nora Arnold deceased Errc Swank Elmer Krmmel Thrrd Row Roy Karns deceased Charles Hull deceased Charles Van Skorte d ceased Nevrn Krmmel deceased Isador Seybold Mrlton Swank deceased Parker Weaver Walter Bashor Webster Turner deceased Elmer Hendrrcks Joseph Guenther F ve graduated wrth the frrsl class rn 1897 Mrs Elrzabeth rKlep1ngerl Duncan Mrss Katus, L Eby Mrs Jeanette uArnoldr Lrndemuth I A Seybold and M C Shank The furst school at Trotwood was 0 bruck buuldung buult about l866 From thus humble begun nunq our present school evolved The hugh school began to functuon un l893 Untul 1902 the hugh school had a faculty of two one of whuch was the superuntendent At thus tume there were thurteen elementary school houses un Maduson Townshup Untul l903 the Hugh School was not a recognuzed school Thus year a lubrary and laboratory were added Manual traunung and Home Ec also were added After thus the Hugh School was recognuzed as a furst class school by Ohuo State Unuversuty The communuty became more school munded and bus transportatuon was guven to the pupuls ln l9l3 after a debate the school board adopted a plan for replacung the school buuldung at Trotwood Two of the members had to go get some of the other members out of bed un order to get a quorum present The plan adopted was a compromuse but from ut rose our present grade buuldung Thus buuldung served as the hugh school untul l923 Conscuous of the uncreasung populatuan the people of Maduson passed a S250 OOO bond ussue un Aprul l92O Work was soon begun on the new school buuldung lt was completed un l922 The elementary schools of the townshup were consoludated the followung year The elementary pupuls were put un the older buuldung and the hugh school pupuls un the newest buuldung Thus system has contunued to the present tume C F Meyer was the furst superuntendent of our consoludated school He served from l9ZO to l933 Durung thus long term our school grew un suze and un uts accomplushments New subuects were added untul our present curruculum us very well rounded for a county school When Mr Meyer retured Mr Kuntz followed hum as superuntendent Mr Kuntz srved from l933 to l935 Mr E C Welshumer came to Maduson un l93S He became recognuzed for hus abulutues un the eught years that he served as our superuntendent He was summoned by the State Department of Educatuon and he left us un l943 to serve as state durector of transportatuon Thus year Mr Shellhaas became our superuntendent Through uts stages of development Maduson has uncor ported all those thungs by whuch we remember ut so well 8 l I u A l s. . . . - ' u , . . ' - 9- ' -' v ' . . . ' ' " , " V . - . ' , LJ ' - V U 9 'u , - 1 r v ' 1 ' L y ' . - V - Y - e- ' - 1 I - r V 1 - ! V 5 . - . ' ' -, . , . . . . , . , . . , . . I . - . , - I I ' ' 1 1 1 , . . . , . . . . , . . 'ii-ui!! Glauea 'Y' YW 1 Z R ,JM As members of o closs we look bock to our leorrnng to ploy ond work 'rogeth er ond feel sotvsfoctvon m our occomplushments os o group sn helping put on opereffos ossemblles closs portues ond fmoncuol drives We begun to reolrze thot our future hoppmess wrll depend on our concern for the hoppl ness of others bi' ir- 9 N T- Q T . ' ' 1 - if gr " N ,A , T' s X "GJ 2 R 'V x I' K -T,-T: fgkpqunr , I , X 4'2cl,0v,No 1 5 X B xi G Xl .. L - 1 I 3 Im' H url N K AJ N r ' LT-rf' r Seam Glen Uffam First Row: Mrs. Clark. Adviser Low'ell Rogers. President Joanne Snider, Secretary Second Row': Billy Bowser. Vice President Norman Kidd. Treasurer Bill Lear, Reporter Samoa Glafu Jloilaaq The serrror class with air enrollment of 60 is the largest class yet to graduate from Madison Mrs Clark was our advrsor durrng our Junior year and she got along so well with us that she became our senior advisor October 4 and 5 the whole senior class went down to Howard Knolls studio to have class pictures taken Our class has been exceptionally busy as rndrvrduals For example we haye 8 bovs on the football team 8 bovs playrng yarsrtv basketball 8 boys on the baseball diamond and 12 track boys As for musrc the senror class rs a major contributor of talent 19 of us were rn the Minstrel 10 seniors are rn the band 11 rn the orchestra and 14 rn the mrxed chorus Of the sri: superior ratrnffs recery ed rn the state music con test 3 were for serrrors One of our memb rs Lowell Rogers has organized hrs own dance band which played for assemblies 24 senrors have received school letters for their various actrvrtres during their high school years The senrors also excell rn scholarshrp We recerved 8 of the 21 certificates gry en from the state scholarship tests We also recery ed 4 awards from the Senior Scholarship Tests The senrors were often vrsrted by salesmen From them we got our announcements and name cards Several trmes we were called together to hear talks on our plans for the future Aprrl 28 and 29 were the dates for the senior play It was a mystery eomedv vyrth a cast of 13 Under the drrec tion of Mrs Clark and Delores Harlow we staged an excellent production It concerned the events that occurred at a yacant house on New Years eve As a class the seniors presented a drrnkrnv fountain to the school The fountain rs to be rrrstalled rn the football stadium The grft was gryen rn the form of a pledge On Class Nrght the senrors drsplayed their yarrous talents We seniors certainly did enjoy the Junior Senior Ban quet and prom Sunday night May 25 we absorbed the baccalaureate sermon on Dreams It was grven bv Rey Frsher The next night the Commencement address was giyen by Rey Zrmmann He wove a marvelous address around our class motto Dare To Be Different He challenged use rn the followrng ways be plastic not frantic be cosmic not cosmetic be crrtrcal not hypocritical be sprrrtual not biological After this the seniors receryed their awards So ended our serrror year 10 n o -. , I 7 .' ' 4 . . V . V . 4 . . . 4 Y V V 1 1 . . . v , A C . . . 1.'.' C ' . .' ' ' ' . A . x . . 1 .... Y . . - . . . . , V V ' D - - ' ' V ' . . .. , - 'V V ' ' V V ' . . . . . D . 1 , . . . Y , V , Q 4 , . . V . . V . - . V ', V . . . 1- " ' V ' ' . V - 'V V ' V . ., l- . - -V V - . - .. r.. . . . . . , V . . V V , . , V C Joe Ann Adm Intramurall 'I 3 1 Hn X " nstrf-l l he-Prleu 1 las'-1 I'l.n Annual 4 1 kms Office: Pepmter 1 H Lute- 3 4 Mary Frances Ballnnger In mmur ll 7 5 ' nd 1 2 chestr 1 1 7 Chorus ' 3 Nhnstrel l 3 Bull Bowser ln I imul ll 1 motball 'i 1 Nelnll 1 ski-lblll 1 X LIAR: Utfxcer es Bull Campbell lamuml 1 Band H 5 Joyce Comer rumurnl 1, L, :, 1 nd l, L ., Ul'l'hvsII'1A , L, ., 4,'hm'us , L, I, Xlinstrr L, I, ll'lP0'l'lr'illt'l' , L, I 'lass Flay logers In m '. '-Lltes 1, . Evelyn Dean Intramural . L. I-. T 'i-Hi-Y .. , 1. . . , L '-I.'lf-s L. I.ibr.u'ian , L Robert Andrews I UI Nu ln l lxvlll INIHI Alace Blankenshnp l Pat Burton NIXA A HSI! lltlrlll Llul Xnnu ll P Lowell Cassel l H lxvlll Roselyn Correll ' - X' ' 1- ra mu' '- I 'N Gale Denlinger i ra mr: , L. Il, 1' 2 T15 1 2 L, Z.. 1:5 ' 1 . L. S.. "1 uk L. .. und 1. L. .. " es 'A , L, Z! ' n' S , L, I., . 1 '- ', Vrvsiq Q- '-'L. "i.'... '. "Q-S . 'nslrvl I.. ' 1 ss ' a Q Z., Annual Staff 4 - . 'S Betty Devers lnlmnmrul 1, 2. 2, 4 Tri Ili Y " 4 '-'- .p, Hi-Lilo-S 4 Cloda Eldrndge Loss Fullmer 1 mum mug l nstlf-l 1 L iw l X Jack Gubson ln 1 xmuml 1 9 Baslwthlll 4 uk 2 Marne Hull lntmmul 11 1 Dolores Harlow ln lllI1lll"ll ' Iestxn " N I vl x NLhlJliINhllhTPiU1 H Ines 4 I-. H. A. 1. 2, 3, T' if 51 'T Q owaghf Eby lll,Il'i1ll'lUl'ill 1, 2. 3, 4 Mxnsllw-l 2, 3 Ardnth Fafer 1 nstnl Jerry Garber lin l I :sn-I s Ulil John Gondert 1 x Dorotha Harding PLA sa ml ll hip Tf-Nt: JI III in Douglas Hartzell I ml 11 4 null xt ngwl trll mlnxup lr I '- Phyllis Hallman 4 hm IS S KIVIIIN llll Fl Ilklltel nu il st t Q' l Helen Louise Jenknns lttfg Sl Eleanor Koons I lllllll nl N Nllnf-.ln-l Ass l Xnnuxl Ntntt Hxholu hip Q-SIS Jack Landis new 11 Kenne- Illl sn ln Nlln'-.llvl 4 N ms X lu-sldm-nt studs-nt Kflllllll :muh Nnholushlp Fe-:ts 4 Betty Lens - N' ,' ' mol-nr: lip "fs S ' Willy Lightner Vuullral , L. 2. 1 M 'Q f Rosemarne Horstman I I4 ll F Illll 4 N ill Norman Kndd e-lla 11 lr-slllr II Lucille Kreltzer ll nxtxfl 4 l lINlllI1 Bell ear I nu ntl t' I Margery Lnghtner Buel Mathews ', X:n j'Z -" 5 L . a A v-' , :.' - 1 Mun: v-' . .2 .' ' ' 1 . all nj:-' raumxrul L ' ' Vice l't'.'i1r?hl .-Y . UI LI Don Miller llllldmlll 1l 1 Ihsketblll 3 Banc h6'9Il'l 1 hozux 1 Nllnstiel k l ies Pl tx -Xnnual NI 1ff 4 Ruger: tnthestia Student Lounnil 4 rcholaiship Te t-I Z 3 Gene Puterbaugh ramuiall 2 3 Baseball 1 Basketball 1 4 Track 3 4 Dons Jean Rhoades 1 11111 1l uius I llll5 hlee L la 1 nxtiel ' L sx lax H1 Litee Staff 3 Lowell Rogers 1 1111111 11 1 11d 1 chesti 1 1 mus 1 2 S P1 emdent 4 Minstrel 2 3, 4 Pagers' Orchestra .. Class President 4 Hi-Liles Reporter , -, Pat Schmidt l"HllllI"il 'i-Hi- ' i- .ite-S Stat' ' Evelyn Smith r: mural . .., 'i-Hi-Y L., ., ', 1, . , L 1'he-erleader , Z., ' C ass Play 3 Jock Mmnery lntlamuial 1 2 Football 3 4 Baeeballl 2 3 Track 1 Z X Pauline Raffel Intramural 1 2 Band 1 2 Orchestral 2 3 Lhorusl Z 3 H X Nhnstrel 2 3 Clase pldh 3 Annual Staff 4 H1 Ines Staff 3 Editox 4 nm Robinson Intlamuial 3 4 Fiack 3 4 Pand 'Z 4 Uichestm 3 4 Lhoiuw 3 4 X seuetan 4 Nlinstrel 3 4 Lliss Pla: 3 Pogeie f,1lCh9SfF Student Council H1 Lites. Staff 4 Ph1II1s Schafer J Lhoius 1 T 1 H1 S 4 .I-I... Hi-Liles Staff 4 oyce Shank Intramural 1 . nrusl 2 Z, 'I"i-Hi-Y Treasurer 3 1' haplnin 4 Minstrel 2, ", Llass Play Annual Staff 4 Hi-Lites Staff 3, Bob Smith Intramural 3. 4 , nd 1, 2, 3, 3 3 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, " orus 1, , .,. . '. H'- ' '-Y 2. Chaplain 4 Minstrel 2. 3, Annual Staff 4 Scholarship Tests 1 2 3 4 Shirley Anne Smith Intramural l 4 1 H1 X H Joanne Snider lllffdfllllldl ' B nd l 'ln'-xt: 4 nru-. 1 I H lf' IFN nstrr-I ' Knnual Nuff Rogers l'llllPNYl-4 3 4 ass Uffl1Cl Student iuunul SELIPIAIX Nholarshm 'lasts 3 4 H lltes 4 Joyce Torgeson Roolzex el! Hugh l Trl Hx Y 4 Betty Urmey Sc hfvlarahlu 'Feat 4 lhrax x Bob Doc Whipp Intramural 1. ... . Football 3. 4 Track 3. 4 Qc-holarshiu Tests Howard Wiser Intramural 2, 3, 4 - Football 4 Track 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra l. 2. 3. 4 Chorus I. ZZ. 3, 4 Jr. Hi-Y I Hi-Y 2. 3 Reporter 4 Minstrel 2. 3. 4 Class Play R. 4 Rogers' Un-lwstra 3. 4 Scholarshin Tests 4 Hi-Lites Staff 4 Thelma Shank 'IHS 1 nstvel " Sc Ulu-lnp 'lest Evelyn Swlhart 1 hmu Ted Torgeson Hormel elt Hlpz X Joanne Ward Catherine Winkler ramurwl . .i-, -A ' "ve 'e-9 - . l'l'PSlflPllf 4 Raymond Zellers lntralmural 1. 2. R. 4 Fmstlmll 4 l Glam Uffam First Row: Grace Mathews. Vice President Marilyn Wills. Super Snooper Reporter Vivian Roberts Secretary Kate Mathews Reporter Second Row Dick Judy Treasurer John Newman President Dick Bantz Reporter Mr Reed Adviser Elma Jlvufafuf The Junior class with its 52 members has been spoken of as one of the most cooperative classes at Madison Our advisor Mr Reed has returned to MHd1SOll after serving 2 years rn the armv Our Junror class play Eierythrng Happens To Us was glven two nights October 24 and 26 After many re hearsfrls mistakes 'ind worries the plav was finally presented Afterwards the cast enjoved a cast party 'rt Richard Kester s home We sponsored a paper dine from which we made S97 The plat and the paper drive furnished money for the Junior and Senior Banquet and Prom We decided to decorate in a Western style with a bridge on one end a horse saddles and other Western decorations We all were kept busy planning stavrng after school and trying to skip classes to work on programs and decorations as always happens before the prom We hare 23 boss in sports a rn baseball 4 rn basketball 10 in track 4 rn football and 2 Richard Judy and John Newman in all four sports Twelxe of our bows belong to H1 Y and 5 of our girls to Tri Hx Y At Gr rnnell Iowa College there was held an in ternational Y M C A Conference to which 1300 delegates from United States and other countries of the world came Madison Tri H1 Y sent Wanda Florx and Gra e Matthews Sexeral girls belong to the F H A club Most of them hare become JUIHOI Homemakers and a few hare become Chapter Homemakers We hate mam members in the music organizations also Frye clarrnets one flute three violins one strlnf bass one oboe one French horn A few students plat two or three instruments and mans are in 'ill four orffanrza tions band orchestra nnxed chorus and the Girls Glee club Two girls are rn Ml Zerkles dance band plus the other four organizations They are Joann Miller and Wanda Florx ln the middle of the year we gate our assembly consisting of a short play followed by a piano duet a girls trio and a boxs trio 'lo finish the year we had 1 class partx at Englewood Dam on the last day of school Nyfful Gly' yl yf yf yl ylyff yl yf y4yl yl yl' yl yl yl' yl yff yl yffyfyff ya 16 ,. 3 . ,I X Q 0 0 .., C , l ' .' 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L Fnst Row left to r1 ht Bob Allaman Joan Andrews Rlta Balllngex Rlchard Bantz Ruth Bowen Mar un Bowman Gale Bowser Richard Bowser Second Row Phyllls Deeter Joseph Derrmger Ruth Evans BGIIIICCQ M Fllbrun Edward Donald Fitz gerald Anna Mar1e Fllnt Wanda May Flory Henry Fullmer Thlrd Row Malcolm Garrett Leona Fay I-Ianmng Orvllle Hudgms Cora Paulme Hull George Jenkln John Jones Rlchard Judy Rlchard Arlan Kester Fourth Row Lols Jean KlUC31d Vera Jane Kronour Arlene Llbecap Dlck Llghtner Grace Marle Mathews Kay Mathews Joann Mxller Harold Mowxy Flfth Row Deloles Elleen Musselman Eleanor Musselman John Newman Shlrley Mae Nlswonger N01 man Ph1111ps Betty Janlta Puterbaugh V1r,,1ma Ann Puterbaugh Shxrley Ann Revnolds Svcth Row Vxuan Roberts Marolyn Mar1e Rohrer Reta Snnmons Lloyd Slonaker Bonnxe Low Smltn Paul Smlth Norr1s Sn1der Anna Esther Szllagyx Seventh Row Helen Ullexy Ruby Jane Ullery Bob G Weber Marllyn Jane Wllls Manlyn Young 17 0 1 ..,, 1 V- -lazvl A ,V,, QA ., .4 ' In KN .K , Q ,- A,',. , Q " , a n J ":1 5 1 ., N ," 1 A, V . 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J Q ' 2 A I 't iii Saplnamaae 01444 Gffwwu F1151 ROW Lous Ullelx Vuce Puesudent Kohneuta Jenkuns Repoxtel Mary Lou Fulbxun Tueasuuer Helen Cluck Reporter Second Roux Mr McNeal Advusel Jum Garber Secuetnx Daruel Landus Repolteu Gene Cunnungham Prcsudent Glen Jlulafuf The 49ers started school un September wuth an enrollment of 66 Thus us the largest class un Huqh School Then football was an progress and the team uncluded twelve sophomore boys who make up a good percentage of the team Next on our agenda was basketball and l5 boys partucupated Lost fall the Musuc Department gave a munstrel whuch was a great success The sophomores had 25 partucupants among the tappers orchestra and chorus personel When Sprung came and musuc was un the our contest at Oxford was the desure of many Our class had 6 events entered and three of them won the rught to go to thc State Funals un Columbus May IO Twenty four sophomores were present un the band orchestra chorus and gurls glee club at the Oxford Contest Then baseball and track were un the pucture Ten boys were un baseball traunung and there were eught boys runnung uumpung and exercusung un the track meets whuch are held all over Ohuo For three nughts musuc people were kept busy Yes ut was the annual Sprung Concert guven Apnl Z4 25 26 The musuc was dufferent for most people even sophomores but they were deter muned to master ut The tradutuon of Junuor and Senuor Banquet us havung the Sophomores serve Thus year I8 were desugnated for servung Nune gurls and nune boys were present from the sophomore class W had to dress luke cowboys On the Rambler Staff there are tuve representatuves from our class The udea ot savung money for our senuor trup was arranged by the cabunet hach person paud certaun dues each month toward the trup We are the furst class to try thus plan and we hope ut contunues to work out to our advantage Ot the Zl certufucotes receuved by Maduson un the Dustruct State Scholarshup Test the sophomores receuved 8 Thus us more than any other class except the senuors who also receuved 8 The sophomores concluded the year wuth a pucnuc at the home of Darrel Landus I8 o Y ' 1 . 1 u . .. . 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' 1 1 1 r - 1 1 ' 'Z 4' 1 lr' Q tr Sophamaae Glafu Flrst Row left to ught Annetta Ash Onda Basset Imogene Bern Dean Bowman Helen LOUISE Bowser Reatha Burks Barbara Cam Harley Campbell Second Row Vlrglma Cawerlee Helen Marle Cllck Howard Coon Wxlma Cooper Lester Cunnmgham Cloretta Curnutt Charles Denlmgel Joe Devers Thud Row Beverly Duncan Mary Lou Fllbrun Jlm Garber Kent Barber Pat Gxlleland Jeanne Graham Earl Glant Remyth Grim Fourth Row Jeanne Haber James Happensack Donald Hawkev Patrlcxa Haw Cllfton Hertlem Corrxne H111 man Denms Hobllt B111 Hofman Fifth Row D1ck Hull Joan Hunter Kohnelta Jenkms Melvxn Jones Maurice Keener Joanne Koepnxck Dar rell Landis Herbert Lenk Slxth Row E11een Lentz Marjorle Mann Opal McCorm1ck Earl Mlller Roberta Motherspaw Wllbur Mowry Pat Newman Dwayne NISWOHQCY Sexenth Row Janlce Oren Bob Presbaugh Paullne Purnell Kexth Reynolds Donald Rinehart Jumor Roll Roger Shaw Dorothy Smith Ehghth Row Mary Frances Smock Naoml Stubblefleld Dale Terrell J1m Ullery Lols Mae Ullery John Webel Dorothy Wells Annabelle West Nxnth Row Vlrgmm Lee Wlser Roland Zellers 19 , J, 9, at L 1.5 ,.,, Il' : 3 A ' V M Q 1 'l Q-.WNW I tx f 1 , ,:,,. , L W fs be 'ziggy ffl, ' A A" '-" 1 QQ 1 J ti: , It A W 1 . 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V lafu 0014 FITSI Row Joanne Llvhtcap Secxetalx Sylvla Sfllllh Vlce Plesldent Dorothy Bohn Reporter Donna Tumble Repoltel Second Rovs Gan Campbell Repoltex Bllly Wwe: Pxemdent Dlck Shlllll TICHSUICI Mx Mlllex ACIVISGI All A W' if 'T ,agar Li Fust Row W1l11am Amos Dona Andrews Chfford Baker Doloths Bohn Maxgle Bowen Althlll Cam Gary Campbell Mary Lee Cassel Donald Dean Second Row Helen Deeter Lenard Drner Blllle Lee Gay Phxllls Gently Bob Hahn Robelt A Hart Wll1lflGLi Hartzell Rlchard Hlckman Barbara Hudglns Thlrd Row Kathryn Hypes Marxe Jenklns Rlchard KHCISICX Vlola Kxonour Robext Lambext Joan Lxghtcap Jlmmxe Mlller Marllyn Mxller Delores Mowry Fourth Row MZXIUS Puterbaugh John Rettlg Donald Rlchaxds John Roberts Sarah Souls Bllly Shalp Con rad Slonaker Rlchard Smith Sylvla Smlth Flfth Row Eugene Spatz Betty Stoner Julle Strader Darrell Taslol Donna Tumble Gene Urmejy Charles Van Zant Conrad Volk Nelson Eugene Whlte Slxth Row Paullne Wlckexsham Dorothv Wxlls B111 Vhser Helen Young Z0 1 B ,, :,+r B r xl V I :..,. 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'W ff F' - . . eladflexi 8-an ani 3-y Fust Row Mxs Gooch Gerald Roll Don Kfxrns Jlmmy Dawson Helen Denllneer Pdulme Turner Charlotte Shellhaas Nancs Lee Jenklns Loxs Jean Wras Carole Conox 61 Glenna Hlllman Howard Wlnfxeld Blllx Trlmble Harold Hownd MI Gunter Qecond Rov. Wlllard Schafer Eldean Baughman Nancx Devexs Mfujoue Newman Joanne Argabll ht Bonnle Fllbruu Betsy MCDHIIIBI Dona Hampton Jaxlene Denlmfer 'lhxrd Rom Blllx Patterson Roger Dxbu John Terrell "'1rst Row Joan Hull Edna Mae Puterbaugh Patty Helderbrand Faye Justls Florence Darnell Donna DIYOH Loralee Pearman LOUISE Cox Mr Rhoades Second Rovf Don Schmldt Alun Fouar Jr Ed Suchel Rlchard Kerschner Jack McDonald Jack Mlller Bob Copp Th1rd Row Richard Jenklns Kenneth Cox Harold Kester Don Phllllps Gerald H5 per Bllls Pxesbaugh Russel Blanchard Charles Hoblxt 21 Kerschner. Mar? Louise Shell. Sandra Sandra Stauffer. Ralph Pu1lins.'Billv 6Za44u7xam!7 Fust Row Vllglllli Oren Kenneth Edwards Nancy Porter Howard Abel Lors Jean Roberts Johnns Loper Carolvn Mrnnerx Robert Wall Josephlne Johnson Marlon Denlrnger Rose Marle Nags D1Ck16 KIIVGS Second Row Doxle Baughman Mary Del Campbell Dale Denlrnger Della Hull Robert Mann Betty Bowser Wallace Class Sherrrll Phrllrps Lo rn Andrews Lors McNew Dfurd Denlrnger Kathryn Wrlson Wrllrarn Webb Marre Nelson Thrrd Row Jesse Denlrnger Jaurnta Wolfe Walter Eakes Roberta Flrnt Bob Wlndrnrller Dorothv Nerrnck Ellsworth Derrrnger Marx Ann Fullmer Brlls Corc Ealnestrne Frelds Wrllard MtCow Mar, Lou Mendenhall Paul Lentz Fnst Row Carl Garber Janet Bowser John Mrller Alxene Bantz Roger Hoffman Carolyn Drrxer Kenneth Ullery Hazel Ullerx Glenn Smlth Carolwn Sue Wrnfreld Paul Gentrx Alrce Brubaker MHIIOII Coopel Barbara Musselman Mrs Benn Second Row Donald Frazee Rrchard Dawson Tommy Grlleland Stexe Dow Martha Stubblefreld Ruth Pernell Phvllrs Sease Ewa Garber Nancy Jane Lee Mrrram Van Zant Shuley Shell Donald Lfrr drs John Grlmm Ernre Brown Jack Mann Tllnti Row Fred MCK1Ill6X Donild Koons George Shannon Robert Brown Jrck Fder Arthur Jones B111 Cook Bob 'VICCOlllllCk 22 ' ,. '. ' ', . . . ' . . . . . , V . . c ., ' . ,' Y v ' A 5 ',v . , , , , . . I '. . , I' 'V , c ' r I " ' 'I ..' , , .. 4 , , ' . , . . ' . .. ' , , . ' ' . ' . , . ., , . , b , K ., . ., r b, v. 1 ' 1 v v ' y y ' , , - , . . f 4 . ' , L . ' , ' . ' . ' . 1 1- ' ' 'I " 2 ' . ' ' '. L' 1 '. ' '. . 1 ' ' Seniaaeg About 1U'2 of the Madison seniors went to Roosevelt to take the senior scholarship test in competition with the top 10'L from schools of all sizes. We are proud of the seniors of 1947 in placing Madison fifth among all Dayton and Montgomery County schools. There were several schools with many times the number of seniors who were not so well repre- sented. Donald Miller placed seventh in the Dayton schools and honorable mention in the state: Bob Smith. honorable mention in Dayton schools and in the state: Jack Lan- dis and Douglas Hartzell honorable mention in the Dayton and Mont- gomery county schools. Front Row: Dolores Harlow Thelma Shank Joanne Snider Eleanor Koons Back Row Howaid Wisei Jack Landis Bob Smith Don Millei Doug Hartaell ykijkyk'F5,9,hx'Q,Q,Q,Dt'Rt,Rt,l'Q'Rx'R,h,h,h55,1058'kihfplbl 7260! Front Row Jeanne Graham Vvinifred Hartzell Dorothy Bohn Wanda Florx Marjorie Bowen Vera Kro nour Joanne Snider Imogene Berry Dorotnv Smith Virginia Wis r Margorie Mann Second Rovf Doug Hartzell Delores Harlow Shirley Reynolds Joanne Koepnick Helen Click Thelma Shank Maxine Puterbaugh Sxlxia Smith Joann Andrews Hovsaid Wiser Back Row Gary Campbell Paul Smith Jack Landis Dick Smith Bob Smith Herbert Lenk Dennis Hoblit Don Miller l l V"l"l"I"'l"l"l"l I IQIQIWI 1 1514.1 101 101 1 1 1919! Jfanaa Rall To be on the hcnor roll students must have a B average or better rn thelr academnc subjects To arrlve at thus polnt average for each student we used the yearly average or flnal grade for the year A ln a subject IS worth four pounts B as three points and C ns two pounts The sum of these points dlvlded by the number of subjects gave us the result presented here ' ENIORS FRESHMEN Don Miller Joann Snider Douglas Hartzell John K Land: Bob Smlth Delore Harlow Eleanor Koons Rosernarle Hor tman Evelyn Smith Norman Krdd Betty Urmey Joan Ward Mary Balllnger Joyce Comer Dorotha Harding Joyce Shank Shirley Smlth Catherlne Wlnkler JUNIORS Marolyn Rohrer Raul Smuth Wanda Fldry Vuvlan Roberts Anna Szllagyl Arlene Llbecap Joann Muller SOPHOMORES Jeanne Graham Vlrgunna Wsser Imogene Berry Marjorre Mann Dorothy Smith Joann Koepnuck Annabelle Nest 400 400 380 375 375 360 323 325 32 325 325 325 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 350 350 325 325 325 300 375 375 350 325 300 300 300 Wlnlfred Hartzell Richard Smlth Dorothy Bohn Marne Jenklns Helen Young Helen Denllnger Pauline Turner Sandra Hay Marjorie Newman Gerald Roll Nancy Devers Charlotte Shellhaas Florence Darnell Nancy Porter David Darnell Robert Mann Carl Garber Mlrlam Van Zant Nancy Jane Lee Glen Smith Alvlne Bantz Roger Hoffman Raymond Matson Roy Swadner Delores Mann Marllyn Huffman Kenneth Huber Stephen Horvath 400 350 320 300 300 360 360 340 320 320 300 300 400 400 360 360 400 380 340 340 300 300 344 300 333 300 yffyf fy' I Y yi f f 'f 'A' if" iff f fufef J 7 ' ' A 'S .................. .F - ' .,.....,....,......l 35 ' "-"r"rr"r--'44' - A .........-....... , Thelma Shank ................... 3.00 ---"---'--'-""" ' A h ,V .................. . 6X 3 ,,,,,,,,,,,r ,yr4e 3 r.., ii1j33iiQiiiQ ,,,e 3lll E- ..,.,.............. . -llfffflfflfffl nflfifffiflflfgltl V X , ..........,..... . ..f...,......,.-. . , y yfg, yfufulu yffyffu er if if ,I ufy ir 24 -at ff' ,vu J '38 -y -'ar M nffjl Wlth the names of the elementary teachers we ale QIVIHV' each teachers room the number of years taught at Mad1SOH and the colleges or un1ve1s1t1es attended F1rst Row Mlss Neva Holhnger lx 7 Manchestel College Mlss Bernlce Dees ly 1 Cedarvllle Colle e Ohlo State Unnerslty Miss Mary Lou Studebaker lz 2 Manchester Colle e Miss Hazel Conrad 2x 3 Goshen College Kent State Mrs Clara Goodrlch 2y 4 Otterbeln Unlversltv of ClIlClI1l13.tl Duke Mlaml Um versity of Dayton Second Row Mlss Thelma Mltchell 2z 3 Wllmmgton College Wlttenberg Mlss Dorene Clark 3x 9 Manchester Vhlmlngton Mlaml l8Xl,6IlSlOIl' Mrs Mxrlam Bmklev 3y 4 Manchester College Mrs Martha Smith 3 and 4 81 Manchester College Greely and GUHlllSOll State Teachers Colleges Colorado Mlss Mary Moss 4x 2 Ohlo State UIllN6I'SltV W1lmlHgfOH Third Row Mxss Reva Wrlght 4y 1 Dayton Normal Umverslty of Cmcmnatl Un1vers1ty of Dayton Mr Ray Mills 5x, 1 Wllmlngton College Lebanon, Alfred Holbrook College Mrs Florence Groos 5y 2 Lees Junlor College Unlverslty of Davton Mrs Martha Hofmann 6x, 2 1NllChlg3I'l State College, Detrolt Teachers' College Unxverslty of Dayton Miss Eleanor Flnnev 65 5 Cedarulle College Wittenberg, Mlaml Unlverslty Z3 1 Cl f . 2 ig, ' iw M 4' Jill , . 5 ff! ll V kiwi x d , . , W x ' Ai :Q A,.AA , , I 4 f, , 6 W A 2 3, 4 7' , 1 "nj 4 1 an , A . 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I:III4'I' Ii'-WN-1' N111 I'1'1-s1-111: SI1-11 Ii1-111-l.- 1f'111.:, I'z11Iy I.111l I" Q, I'I1:11'I1 111- SI Il 1 Ii, ii I .I'I1III1I-S 7 efadfied 2x ancf ly Prrst Row George Downs Loretta Alexander Ray Shannon Carolyn Goffe Walter Mrller Dune Devers Jerald Dwon Joanne Mrller Jrmmv Chrldress Drxre McCorm1ck Harold Long Sharon Denlrnger Second Row Mrss Hazel Conrad Tommy Welch Vrrgrnra Pratt Rers Flora Judy Krull Tommy Van Trlburgh Phyllrs Grnter Carl Brown Nettle Flrnt Mrchael Hodson Thrrd Row Eugene Shaner Jack Steck Sharon Mutzner Janrce Sue Smrth Dora Motherspaw Rachel Cole Janrce Jones Shrrlev Smrth Marvln Frlburn Cecrl Olrnger Joyce Black Larry M11ler Marrlyn Robrnette Charles Sterner Elarne Strvers Jerrx Hyatt Mrs Goodrrch Second Row Deanna Franks Bonnre Lewrs Marcra Johnson Shrrley Sucker Alma Jane Edwards Nancy Warnpler Paula Hellard Marcra Denlrnger Joanna Bantz Suz anne Lrghtner Thnd Row Bobby Svtadner Kenneth Vencxll Buddv Collrns Boyka Dmcov Margaret Wrckersharn Harrrett Flelds Marlene Krng Brllre Joe Bennett Tommy Rerd Tommy Rrchard Z7 First Rowzn Harold Pullin. Nancy Sigrnon. Billy Farrell. Gwen Ellen Gump. Paul Fullmer. efafidu .Zan wwf 33, First Row Billy Brelsford Larie Mlnnery Glenn Phillips Judy Trimmer Richard Camp bell Shirley Wolfe Tommy Edwards Barbara Click David Tuckerman Patricia McGruder Carles Cathers Lynne Secrist Miss Thelma Mltchell Second Row Jerry Schmidt Barry Phillips Clark Pleasant Patty Dennie Gary Hall Judith Herr Rav Haynes Roberta Baker Norman Oaley Shirley Shannon Junior Hall Raymond Bryant Third Row Johnny Flint Julia Smith Beyerly Dawson Jackie Hicks Judy Amos B J Tinch Delores Wetzel Lowell Garber Jane Wogaman Bennie Burrows Nlot Present Ralph Neal Ralph Vencill Ruth Ann Allen Dale Wengel Larry Myers Shirley Wills Ann Ellis Billy Mills Marcia Long Second Row James Ullery Doris Browning Geolgetta Conover Mark Grim Edna Crowe Spencer Turner Geraldine Fields Jimmy Hypes Sharon Bunger Harold Jones Third Rov. Roberta Gudgeon Jay Eckhaidt Julia Gentry Walter Vernon Kenneth Cooper Janice Driver Carilyn Huffman John Sanger Fourth Rovt Bill Gary Howard Wetzel Kenneth Hall Billy Edwards Sally Wilcox Dicky Caym Mary Cathers David Reynolds Jim Moody Billy Lee ZS First Row: Miss Clark, Arnold Ellis. Barbara Woolery, David Norvell, Evelyn Seaborn, elafifiezl 3g auf 3-4 Frrst Row Wfrllace Mohler Elarne Arrlngton Tarr LaVerne Helen Good Dale Owen Helen Tumble Rrta Broyyn Barbara Grlleland Carolyn Sue Mrller Janrce Pernell Roger Deeter Tanya LaVerne Eugene Bashor second Row Mrs Bxnkley Donna Denlrnger Rebecca Pollock Lrnda Ford Wanda Coverlee Gay Rrchard Wayne Shank Floyd Denlrnger Elmer D6II'1llg8I' Kermrt Smrth Norman Caln Phyllrs Goffe Janet Reynolds Paula Vaught Betty Sfflllh Thlrd Row Robert Mow Harry Denlrnger Jr Orvrlle Putterbaugh Judy Swrhart Roger Bowser Clrnton Brrggs Cloyd Morrls Myrna Bowser Harold Wampler Jr Barbara F rst Royy Carolyn Johnson Day 1d Denllnger Janet Coyle Donald Inman Alene Ruppe Eyeret Brubaker Betty Campbell Brlly Wombold Beverly Shell Bobby Shannon Joanne Welch Ronald Wolf Second Row Martha Smrth Tommy Sears Deanna Kronour Charles Ullery Patty Col lrns Paul Ullery Barbara Krull Peggxe Mrllrkrn Marrlyn Lenk Dorothy Bassett Sally Newman Harley Koons Wanda Urmey Bobby Gunter Thrrd Row Emerson Shank Jackre Mondles John Boedeker Paul Bowen Lrnda Cooper Gwendolyn Ullery Marjorre Wflghf Don Syyadner John Pernell Jerry Cayerlee Burton Olrnger Shelly Cow Not Present Rosemary Lear 29 L., ' l . - 7 V . . Downs' James Stubblelield. Rosalie Hicks . H 0144401 4x ancf mf bxrst Row Donald Fllbrun Loretta Glbson Loren G1bson Canme Mllburn Myrtle Bal nett Robert Ford Reta Denllnger Dale G1l11an Joan Steck Sarah Belle Hughes Eleanor Matson wecond Row Mlss Moss Floyd Baker June ONe1l Emma Larch Gary Cooper Sherry Eby Ph1l1p Shellhaas Anna Mae Sterner Ruth Ann Conlng Verna Behnkex James Brunner Beulah Denms 'lhxrd Row Beverls Beeghly Helen Eakes Ardon Denllnger Joyce Jones Gary Hobbs Homer Klng Bobby Bantz Daud Heck Danny Cray Clayton Bands Jo Ann Heckman Fourth Row Carol Hohnhorst Bxlly Wetzel Magellne Bryant Robert Smlth Janet Kronour Robert Ertel Jerraldme Dawson Ronald F1lb1un Joan Happensack Eddle Gr1mm An1ta Hull Morus Mace Lols Trlmble Roger Powers Marx Anna Leroy Edwards qecond Row Joan Zeller Jerry Sharp Sheron Fouts Freddy Schm1dt Janet Phxlhps Paul Landls Phylhs Berrv Davxd Brodess Amaryllls Brown Clayton Wolf John Wooley MISS Wrlght Thlrd Row Russel Strader Peggy Staggs Roger Strader Barbara Howath Bllly Johnson Barbara Tuckerman Larly Blesslng Beverly Quast Dorothy Motherspaw Char malne Newland Fourth Row Carroll Cunnmgham Gall Cheh Betty Gexstwelt Bvron Baker Janice Wagnel Claxtus Goffe Patty Welcome Gale Judy Carole Rose Patrlcla Dawsol 30 L' I ' , . ' ' . , . ' ' V , v v 7. n V -V , sq, First Row: James Milligan. Elaine Kester. Ronald Wenger. Nancy Good, Marvin Hughes, . , . , , f ' A - ' 1 elafued 544 ancf 5g Flrst Row left to rlght Gerald Gxlland Katherme Edyyards Dayld Knlesley Barbara Andrews Jerry Rxchards Alberta Denllngex Gale Wllls Llnda Denllnger Robert Sklnner V1rg1n1a Weaber Second Row Mr M11ls Freddy Flory Myrna Campbell Jerry Hayworth Frances Dower Danny Cavm Wllma Urmev Don Clark Carrle Jane Scholl Howard Ell1s Max Jane A1 rlngton Charles Conover James Szllagyl Thlrd Rovy Robert Boyd Geraldlne Kronour Glenn Van Zant Norma Cllck Bob Herr Ronnle Hampton Rlcky Dow Phyllls Sears James Hoyyard Dean Boyd Fourth Row Nancy Cam Lucv Webb Marcle Grlm Jerry Fllnt Barbara Patterson Wayne Staggs Janet Olyyme Herman Ollnger Don Copp Flrst Rovy Dorothy Edwards Eldm Fllbrum Mary Noryell Wheerwood Smlth Lorame Ooley Thomas Curry Beverly Schrlml Walter Welch Anna Mae Wllmoth Harold Heener Lael Woodyard Qecond Row Cla1r Mlller Mary Ann Landls Donald Brovyn Glorla Denlmger Robert Hypes Barbara Mlller Gerald Dennle Sondra Boyer Robert LeFeyre Beverly Bantz Mrs Gross Thlrd Rovy Donald Derrlnger Joyce Clark Ceyere Jones Betty Lou Terrell Thomas Fender Jerry Lee C1lCk Robert ZXZIFC Frances Patterson James Gates Delores McDonald Fourth Rovy Marjorle Dewy Rosemary Cooper Evelyn Crowe Barbara Rettlg Ann Ahel Shadle Banks Jr Edlth Wlckersham Stephana Dmcoy Peggy Powers Lavyretta Llst 31 , l . 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' V Y V ., . - , Q P efadded 64: am! 6g FIFSC Row Ned Grlleland Nancv Stoner Larry La Rue Marietta Crowe Bruce Ullerv Shlrley Hall Dale Fllbfllll Marxlyn Hobbxt Harold Wolf Catherxne Comng Ray mond Bllllter Barbra Taylor Gordon Shellhaas Francls Dennls Kenneth Ed wards Cella Burks Second Row Martha Hofmann Floyd M1ll1ken Delores Mann Tommy Mendenhall Sonya Grammer Donald Curry Ardella Kerschner Raymond Matson Mmam Baker Kenneth Landis Joann Mllburn Denms Fllbrun Marcle Webb Robert Barnett Thlld Row Kenneth Hyatt Norma Robmette Franklxn LaFevre Wilma Edwards Bllly Gunter Mary McDan1els Norman Fouts Delores Wombold Roy Svuadner Zelma MOTTIS George Stubblefleld Marlene Reynolds Jerry Owen Foulth Row Dale Pltslnger John Hllderbrand John Jackson Robert Hebble Robert Moody Horvath Nancy Caverlee B111y Perks Susan Edwards Paul MOWIQ Marllyx Chenev Davxd Dlxon Charlene Sucher Ralph Edwards Shlrley BI'OWIllI'lg Ken neth Harber Second Row Hollls Webel Jean Shlnner Glenn Hall Judy Wllson Henry Garber Emma Denlmzer Dlck Powers Lucille Baker Eddle Gentry Patty Rhoades Arthur Currv Betty Mondlcs Albert Montgomery Jacquelme Lear John Caverlee M1ss Fxnney Thlrd Rove Lee Rov Blssett Nancy Bashor Junxor Nxswonger Gladys Stoner Kenneth Spatz Paullne M1115 Denzrl Mann V1rg1n1a Drlver Donald Quest Dorothv Koons Harold Eakes Marllyn Huffman Charles Keslmg Lucllle Patterson Oma Jean Staggs Absent Jesse Moody 32 First Row: Jerry Bashor. Sue Ann Hertlein. Carl Phillips, Mary' Kathryn Pollock, Steven acfvlon. Gaqamyafzand If ' l Er 09, f X My Umm M 6211 fTf7f7 FN'-VN Portlclpotlon In our orgonnzotlorm hos glvcn Us o closer fellowship with clossmotcs wfth whom we hove hod only o cosuol ocquomtonce Respohsn bllltles occepted os member of these groups wall become more treasured os we meet sumrlor csrcumstonces which socuety wlll present to us gig! ylyfyfylyfyfyfyfylyfy4ffyfufyfyfwfufufufufyfyfuf 33 o o a I V 'fav YY" X A 3 r ' p,M,-t.,- "3 , iff l I " Q ' Q l il l-f 'If l X ' Q ' Q 1 4 r X x ' ' ff .' A fl-Frm l l I f ' XPS' X A XJ , ,f . . J lm N xg W1 x xc- E ' f X mg' , - X I IV U Y U WW l First Row: Joanne Miller Don Miller. Vice President Jack Landis. President Joanne Snider. Secretary Slmfenl eauncil Pete Snider SCCOIIG Row: Harold Koster Marjorie Newman Winifred Hartzell Mis Gooch Roger Shaw Third Row Mr McNeal Mr Shellhaas Mr Vernon The student council ns an organization for the betterment of the school All representatives are chosen by ballot Each 7th and 8th grade room sends one representative Each hugh school grade except the senrors sends two representatuves The sensors send three representatives one ot whom IS chosen president The faculty chooses two from among themselves to ac company the supermtendent and principal as representatives This ns a total of seventeen members The group meets durung long home peruods whuch occur every second Thursday The molar achievement of thus group thus year was the sponsoring of the Rambler They also planned assemblies and con ducted a locker clean up campalgn In this organization the oprnuons ot both the students ond the faculty are respected Marv Frances Smack Rogan am! This orchestra has been organizeed or several y e a r s and finallv climaxed into tra in 1947 It has put on assembly pro grams dances ban quets and proms within this territoiv throughout the last two years Lowell Rovers first organized an orches 113111 the eighth grade and Drogressed until he finally led this orchestra in his senior year Lowell Rogers Howard Wiser Douglas Hartzell Dale Fllblllll Sslua Smith Mr Zerkle Roger Dybvig Dorothy Smith Jim Robinson Joanne Snider Jowce Comer Mary Lou Filbrun Don Miller Jeanne Graham 34 ' .f I I l I ' f this l4-piece orches- 4 .Jszayy First Row: Phyllis Hillman. typist Eleanor Koons, scholarship Pat Burton, typist Bob Smith. music Joan Adin. special events Don Miller, Editor Joyce Shank. typist Pauline- Raffel. snapshots Joanne Snider, copy' Second Row: Kate Mathews. advertising Virginia Caverlee. art Gale Denlineer, athletics Doug Hartzell, Business Mgr. John Newman, Asst. Editor Bill Lear, copy Grace Mathews, organizations Dorothy Smith. classes Mr. McNeal. Advisor Thu d Royy Bob Hahn fnt PlCllFllLl Kestei fidyeitisin Dale Teiull Sales Mgt Cene Cunning,liam sales The candidates for membership on the Annual Staff are selected by the stu dent council This lust us then presented to the student body for final vote The -'ole purpose of the staff IS to produce this yearbook and In so doing set a precedent for future annual staffs Fnst Poyy Mrs Gooch Proof reading Joan Adin Mimeoscope Artist Second Royy Eyelyn Dean Typist Gale Denlinger Mimeographet Helen Jenkins Typist Doris Jean Rhoades Typist Joanne Snider Typist Thnd Roxy Dolores Harloyy Typist Phyllis Hillman 'vlirneogxaphei Betty Jean Deyels Mimeoeiaphei Hoyyard Wiser Mirneooifiphei Aidith Fifei Mimeiscope Artist Rose Coriell Mimeogiaphel 3: Ja-.Bda The Madison l-ll Lutes has a circulation of 65p copies n clu :ng our National Ex change Fave issues are pub lished by the Seniors who are chosen from typing II class The graduation issue as pub lished by junior students from typing I who will make up the staff for the following year Mrs Benn as the commerclal advisor Mrs Gooch English advisor '. ,. Q .' Q ', r ' sg 1 'K 1 . .X , J, . I I . o o . . . i Q N ,Z M w . -, . 1: .g . . n Joyce Shank, C0-editor: Mrs. Benn, Ady'iser A Q' 1 - 1 lb. I D.. g .: . " 1- ' 61 ,l . F1 ont Row Douglas Ha1tzell Treasurer Jllll Robinson Secretary Gale Denlinger Vice President Back Row M1 Robe1t H Miller Adv1se1 Bob Snnth Chaplain Lowell ROQGIS Piesident M1 Hagen Town and Countx X SGCIEIZIIY -718,49 The 1ct1v1t1eQ of tlns ycen s H1 Y club began last August whe11 Lowell Roeeis Gale Denlineer and Robert MIIIPI spent a week 'lt Nelson Dodd a Y M C A camp I11 September the othe1 cabinet members and VRIIOUS co1nn11t tee Ch'11lITlC1l spent 1 week end at Camp Kern These camps ale designed to bllllg H1 Y Off1C6lS and leade1s lnto Contact with each OIIIGI so they may exchange 1d83S on the coming yeal Many lIltPl6Stl1lg meetings W916 held and at seveial of these we WSIB p11v1leged to h'1ve outside speakers and guests at VBIIOUS otl1e1 schools So111e of Olll yefn s social events were p1ctu1e shows a Christmas d3l1C6 box social Rotary Boys Choir and our ll'1d1LlO1l"1l Sweethea1t Banquet Fnst Row Ml Miller Gale Denlineer Robert Smith Richard Kester Bob Presbaugh Darrel Land1s GQOIQG Jenkms Bob Allaman B111 Hoffman Bill Campbell Second Row Raymond Zellels Pete Snidei John Newman Jim Robinson Bill Lear Dwayne N1Sw0nge1 How 11d WISQI Thnd Row Jltk Landis Jim Ulleu JCIIX Garbei Howa1d Coon VI'11COlll GRIICII Douglas Hartzell Bob VKCDGI Fflllllll Row Bob Anclicws Lowell Roge1s Paul S111th Cena CllIllllllf.,1lZl!'l1 OIXIIIP Huclfins Jack M111 11411 Kent CIIYJPI Don Fitfgelald 36 o L - o . ' . 4 ' Y .' ' , .V 7 . . 1 ' l 4- '- ' ' ' ' QI.. 'CQ " ' 1 V 1' . ' .... . ' A 'I ' ' 1' l ' . L. C - . . ' - .' 1 '- ' . .. ' I L v' K . . lf - ' ' 1 ,- ,' V.L.', ' ,K 4. K. . I ,V . ." 1 K I' ,K X, a. Our induction was one of the big events of the year and our cabi11et was asked to perform induction ceremonies L 'I A1 . 4 . . L uk. . ' ' . ' - . ' ' v ' 'K ' ' L ' . .: .' ' ' ' O- Y ' A ' . . w 'H w , ' . ' ' . 'v A - 4 , - . . ' 'Z I 'A ' 1 1' . 1 ' 1 , ,g' ' - lf. ' wa ' '. AZ' R -we 7a 4-2! F11stROW Thelma Mltchell Advlser Joyce Comer Reta Slmmons Mcuolvn ROhI8l Joanne Smder VICE Presldent Pat Newman Ahce Blankensmp DOIIS Jean Rhoades Wanda Flory Vxrgxnla Puterbaugh Grace Mathews Txeasurel Bevexly Duncan DOIGIIS Claxk Adv1ser Second Row Phyllls Hlllman Secretfuy Helen Cllck Evelyn Qnnth 'Vieux Fmnces Smock Wllma Coopex Joan Adm C'lIh6I1I18 Wlllklef Plesldent NI'll11Xll W1lls COIIIHE Hlllmall Aldlfll Flfel Thxrd Row Joyce TOlg,tSOIl M11g,1e Mann bhnley Smlth Helen M1110 Ulleu Pemyth Gum Lo1s Ullely Betty Jean Devers Joyce Shank Ch'1pla1n Joanne Andxew Ruby Ullery Sance 1943 when Jr HIY wos nntroduced unto our school thus club hos proven utselt o kmgpnn for bulldsng s of Jr H1 o physucolly mentolly ond spnrntuolly The the begannmg of thus school yeor at looked os though the club mnght become 0 thang ot the post ot Modnson but then two SGHIOVS Jnm Robnnson ond Doug Hcnrtzell volun teered to durect the octnvetues of the club under the supervusuon O Mr Muller W1 the help of o tune cob: net club ottours func tnoned smoothly ond 46- 47 proved to be one of the best yeors nn thus work Fnst Row left to Tl ht Garx Campbell P1es1dent Don R1chards Chaplam Leonard Dru er Treasurer B111 W1se1 Secre'a1x Dlck Snnth V1ee P1851 dent Robert H 'VI1ller Adusor Second Row J1m ROb1I1SOl1 counselor Bob Brown Paul Genux Kenneth Ullexs Tommv Gxlleland Harold Kestel Thnd Row Douglas Hartzell counselox Gene Uxmex Geol e Shannon Paul Lent? Jack Edex Wlllcud Schife-1 Rlillqld H1Ckll11ll 31 O I 6 6 6 001404 L- 74 ' JI' '. I. I iii irq' boy' - ' 99, f , ' ', 'th . ' I - Y' ', 'g 1 Q . ' ' 1 ' . . L. 743 .Ez ' Front Row: Pat Newman Annetta Ash Barbara Cain Winifred Hartzell Back Row: Joanne Koepnick Dorotha Harding Mrs. Gooch Billv Presbaugh Betty Stoner The librorions ore those stu- dents who voluntarily qive one hour of their time eoch dov to the core of the librory. They ore under the supervision of Mrs. Gooch who took this po- sition when Miss Swink left Dorotho Hordlng IS the he-od librorion Because of their work Mode son hos o well orgonvzed li brory 74440414 Inst Row Kate Mathews Margelv Llghtner Reporter Sarah Sauls Joanne L1 htcap Pat Gllleland Treasurer Eleanor Musselman Dorothy Smlth Marolyn ROHICI Co SQCXEIBIQ and Reglonal Pxes1dent LOIS KlDCa1d Kohnelta Jenkins Paxlxa Inentauan Joanne Mxller Second Row Mrs Stocksla er Advlser Wanda Flory Dorothy Bohn Rlta Balhngex Leader Phwlhs Gentlx Doxothx Wllls Sh111ey NISWOIIDQI' Thnd Rovi Anna F'11nt Beverly Duncan Helen Deetel W11ma Cooper Helen Cllck Helen Young Betty Stonex Maxme Puterbaugh Donna Andrews Roberta Motherspaxs Glace Mathews Vxce PI8S1dCI1I, romth Rovs Bonnle Smxth Remwth Gum Betts Puterbaugh Vlfglllla Caverlee Dortha Haxdmg, Lols Ullery D8YOllOI1i1lL93d8I Phxllls Deere: Maulyn Wllls Bernlce Fllblllll 38 us. ' ' I - O O I . ,I I' K. g ' V. I .l , v - - . .V Pat Hay. Secretary: Mary Lou Filbrun. President: Mary Frances Smock, Song , v 'J .vv - nv ' sl '. ' D. 31 lfffacfoian lwwuc Z1 if x 91 gq ,b R Lf-,elsllwx Because of our great musucal aclwnevemerlts a glow fills our dream of the past and a warmth erwelops our vnslorm of hope We come to realuze more and more haw necessary music apprecuatlon us to a well balanced lnfe df- 39 fi'-f' f. A , x 'W x f A F X ' l A5 7 X r' P o, p ' XX XX I ' op, N 5 w. ' 5, M wi I K xX. . fx X A X l xl X l C' 99 N 'kj X X E x V X A v l x Ode . fl , Macfdnn Mmicfb The Minstrel This year s minstrel the third produced by the Music Depart- ment showed advancement un musucal technuque showmanshup and cooper atuon The excellence of the show and the unterest of the communuty were hown by a capacuty auduence for fuve nughts The expectatuon ofa good per formance brought people from our neughborung states Muchugan Kentucky and lnduana All of us wull remember such uncudents as the unexpected descent of Mr Super Suds lBull Wuserl the retruevung of the unmentuonables of Mr Lute buoy aluas Jack Landus the amazung sound effects emutted by Lowell Rogers n There Were Three Burds and the unprecedented actuons of the classu cal musucuans un The Musucal Chaur Lukewuse we wull remember the hauntung strauns of Frasquuta Serenade sung by Mary Frances Smack the realustuc Flught of the Bumble Bee as played on the clarunet by Donald Muller the beautuful melodues of the l-lut Parade and the echoung strauns of the March of the Munstreleers wuth whuch we brought to conclusuon another successful munstrel Musuc Contest On March Zlst and 22nd the Maduson Musuc Department was represented at the Southwestern Ohuo Musuc Contest held at Muamu Unu versuty wuth suxteen solousts and fourteen ensembles plus the Concert Band Orchestra Muxed Chorus and Gurls Chorus Maduson had a total of 265 en trues whuch was the largest sungle representatuon of the seventy schools that entered at Muamu lSee page 48 for contest results l Side Mwuc Gamfeu' 'lhe Ohuo State Musuc Contest was held at the Ohuo State Unuversuty on May the tenth Maduson entered 9 solousts and 3 ensembles Of these the ma uoruty receuved a ratung of I a remarkable achuevement Persons and results fearful Eaoadcafill On May l7th at 2 30 P M the Symphonuc band orugunated a broadcast over to be found on page 48 Statuon WHlO Thus program consusted of Steppung Along lmarchl E F Goldman Jolly Robbers loverturel Von Suppe Toy Trumpet lcornet solol R Scott Mornung lxocal solol Mary Frances Smock Speaks Prelude un C Sharp Munor S Rachmanunoff Audutoruum Sessuon Deke Moffutt Scho l Days lfantasyl Lang Sprung Ganceal The Sprung Concert of Aprul l947 was guven by the Orchestra Muxed Chorus G rls Chorus and Symphonuc Band lFor program see pucture pages 46 and 47 l The grade of composutuons played and sung on thus concert were on a professuonal level the qualuty of unterpretatuon caused those of authoruty to acclaum thus concert to be the funest rendutuon by a school of the suze of Maduson One of the composutuons of lastung unterest was the Rhapsody un Blue played by two puanos and or hestra We wull also remember the pleas ng modulatuons of Awake Tus Sprung as sung by the Gurls Chorus as well as the my teruous appearance of Mr Zerkle s score for Guannua mua from an unprepared vocalust As the martual strauns of Stars and Strupes Forever cnded the enture cast as well as those who attended were un full realuzatuon of the fact that a concert such as thus was a worth whule undertakung RWS 40 . 1 1 1 , ' S - - . . . - 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 Q ll - 11 - 11 ' . 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Ex . 0 .Q , ff' ' 1' .., , 'J 8 H ,. , ,Y , . 3 ' 4, ,Q ,,,2 , , 4 4. . sv, JW , Y 'fz35 i ,414 x Q .1 rv 5 5" f va '.v .Y :wif N ' x X 43 jimi if f ktff ' QA' -2-lg i?'f ', i t -55 'Z 11 Q '--A 1 A af' ., , 4 1 jx A y, j? f f J , ill LQ' t4Y?:.w '4ff5"f'if' ' W .D T ... 1 r-.AM ,.,,, AY fx if " G A M " it-4, " ' ' Y .9 - , , I H11 2 -'fn , r 1 l LL 'iv A E ' if W LM 'Ji 11. -A 15 :ggi ' ylh 5 pm X' so wif, 744 Mzwme CAST OF MINSTREL Interlocutor Gale Denlmger End Men Mr Llfebuoy Jack Land1s Mr Super Suds B1ll WISBT Mr Duz J1m Ullery M1 Oxydol Malcolm Gauett G11ls TY10 Mary Frances Smock Wlnlfrecl Haltaell Betty Lou Te11c1l ORCHESTRA PERSONN EL V1o11ns E Koons D Sm1th W Flory D M1ller A Szg. lagu A Bantz N J Lee S Hay C Hlllman Vlolas M Mann R Evans Cellos W Hartzell J Graham Strmg Bass M L Fllburn V WISCF J M11ler P1ano D Smlth D Harlovse V WISCI J Graham M Puterbaugh D Texrell Percusslon L Rogers R Dybv1g PICCOIO E Koons A Bantz Flute M L Shell W1ser M Mann S Grammar Alto Clarlnet M Jenkms Bass Clar1net D Sm1th Oboe J M1ller P Turner Bassoon C Shellhaas Saxaphones J Comer J Smder J R0blI1SOIl B HUdglHS W Cooper R Motherspaw W Karns Cornets S Sm1th P Snlder D Fllbllfll J Olmne J B9.ShO!' J MRHH Horns R Smlth M Ballmger R Evans G Mathews Trombones D Hartzell H Wxser B Denlmffer W Shatel Sousaphone G Smlth 42 PERSONNEL C Cllllllllt B Duncan B Gm J Koepmck L KfCltZCT V Kro noux E Lcntz K Mathews J Oren B Puterbaugh R S1mmons Sm1th M Smock R Ballmffex P Buxton H Clxck P Deeter P H111 man A LIDGCHD J L1ghtcap Shank L Ulle1w J A1gab11ght Bovese1 C Conovex C DIIVCI F1elds B F1lburn T Fllbllfll Galber N Jenkms B MCDZIIIQ1 M L Mendenhall C MIIIIICIV B Musselman V Oren S Phllhp N Polter P Rettlg L Robexts P Sease S Shell M Stubbleflcld H Ullerx M Van Zant C WlIlf1C1fl L WIHY : . . ' V . ' t . l D Clarinets: D. Miller, W. Flory. P. Smith. V. Kronour, V. Rhoades. S, Sams' J- Shank' T ' I' ' v . ' .JY , .. .' . . B '7!w M? Q. ' ' 46' Q t I' 6'-A'-4' MADISON MINSTREL PROGRAM 1Au Mardr Gras Frede Grore 1B Donkey Serenade Rudolph Frxml 1Chorus w1th SOIOISC B1ll1e Lee Gaym 1C1 R'1f.,t1me Cowboy Joe 1Pony Chorus Grrls Trron All Through the Day arranged by Ward Zerklt 1Brass ensemble horns trombones trumpetsr Fhght of the Bumble Bee R Korsakov 1Donald Mlller clarinet solow Manhattan Serenade Alter 'Three p1anos and orchestrar Plfrwnfltes :Betty Lou Terrell Wee Pony Chorusr Oh What It Seems To Be' arranged by Ward Zerkle fvrohns clarlnets saxophones woodwrndsv Three Bllnd MICE Swlft nG1rls chorus and trlom Dorn What Comes Naturally :Joan Adm Lowell Rogers the two rubesr One A Two Ly 'Betts Puterbaugh "nd wee Pony Chorusv Alexander s Ragtlme Band Irvmg Berhn 4lVIlllST.l'61 Band MI Zerkle cornet sololst and twlrlersr Frasqurta Serenade Franz Lehi' fSop1ano solo-Mary Frances Smockv Tea for Two 'Vocal S010-Wllllfled Hartzell pony chorus' Grandfather s Clock Male Quartette 1Hoxxa1d W1se1 Gene Cunmngham Doug Hartzell Lowell Rogers' Jlllllplll at the Woodsrde lad 11h solos D Hartzell L Rogers J ROUIIISODF Hlt Parade of 46 South Amer 1C'1 Take It Away Betty Lou Terrell L11 Abner Glrls Chorus The Gypsy Mary Frances Smoclt Cernent Mlker OlCh0St1l To Each Hls Own John Terrell Frnale March of the MIDSIIGIEGIS Frlml Yoder lThe Elltlrf? Cast: 43 Y . , 4 I 1 jg! L Ax. X . , V . ,,, Y X, M . ,R 1.5 A, be A , ' 'f H' F l ,Q , ,Sf ' ' s ,J 'A'-j ef! , . ip lf " . " 'L' -.f ' ' , , P ' .... .. ...., ...... .. .......................... .... ' Kr' . , . 1- ..... ..... ..... . .... . ............................... t 1 T qv 1 2- " ...... , ....... .. ........ ............... ............. . 3- C ' 4 ,, ......... .............. ............. ........................ . , .... . . ...... . 4- lj 1 ' 5- , 1' ......... . ....... .............. ......... . ' V v -1 v G- ' ' ' , ...,... .... . .. ............. . ........ . ............................... ..... .. ' 7- " .' 1 1 ' 8- -'luv' ,-,V V . yd L 9- R ". " 1 .,.......................,................,.................,. ' ' 10- ' ' ' 1 ....................... , ..,..... . ................................... ,. :J ll- . Y 12- - . - - , . ' . ' . 13- "1 . ' 1 . , , ' '., . . H- - , .. ., '.t, ' ............ . ..... ... .......,............ ....... .- , ' 1 . . 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' 13- ' . . .. ......... ..................................... . - '7!ze liffafwhwq Bam! 1M3.fChlllg Band IS the same as the Concert Band except for those names preceded by an asterisk 4 l Names malked thus are not lncluded ln the Marchlng Band Personnell Comets S Smlth J Olwme D Fllburn F LeFevre H Howald J Bashor R Watson J Mann F Flory Tlombones D Hartzell H Wiser B Denllnger H Abel Plccolos E Koons A Bantz S Hay H Ullery Alto Sax J Comer B Hudglns D Karns R LeFevxe Horns R Smlth M F' Balllnger G Mathews N J Lee BHIIEODC C Van Zant PQICUSSIOII L Rogers N Devers S Stauffer S Sauls B WISBY Bell Lyre C Wlnfleld Barltone Sax J Graham Bass Sax M L Fxlburn Clarlnets D M111er P Smlth W Flory V Wlser V Kronour M Mann M Puterbaugh R Kester R Hay R Ballmger S Grammar N Stoner Alto Clarinet M Jenkms Bass Clarlnet D Smlth Oboes J Mlller P Turner Bassoon C Shellhaas Flutes A Bantz H Ullerv M L Shell M Webb M A Landls 7446 mc! 44 o Basses: N. White, XL. Cunningham, G. Smith, P. Shellhaas Geneva' Qfzcfzuha Violins: E. Koons, D. Smith. D. Miller, W. Flory, P. Smith. A. Szilagyi. S. Hay, A. Bantz, N. J. Lee: Viola: M. Mann: Flutes: M. L. Shell. H. M. Ullery: Alto Sax: B. Hudgins, J. Comer: Tenor Sax: J Snider, J. Robinson: Oboes: J. Miller, P. Turner: Bassoon: C. Shellhaasg Clarinets: V. Kronour, M. Puterbaugh: Cellos: W. Hartzell, J. Graham, D. Mowry, C. Curnuttg String Basses: M. L. Fil- burn, V, Wiser' Horns: R. W. Smith, M. F. Ballinger. G. Mathews: Trombones: D, Hartzell, H WISGT B Denlmger Cornets S Smlth J Olwlne D Fllbuxn F LeFevre PEILUSSIOII I Rogers N Devers S Stauffer S Sauls B Wlser msecfefzafzufl Sopranos M F Smock B Duncan K Jenklns J Koepnxck L Kreltzer E Lentz K Mathews B Puter bau h M Rohrer R Slmmons B Smlth J Smder H Young Llbecap J Mlller V Roberts J Shank T Shank Tenors G Cunnlngham M Galrett B Hahn R Kester D Terrell P Smnh N White B WISEI H Wlser Basses B Andlews G Denllnger D Hfutzell G Jenklns D Mlller J Roblnson L ROg6lS R Smxth NI Smder J Ullery C Van Zant 4: c Altos: J. Comer, W.'Cooper. C. Curnutt. M. L, Filburn. W. Flory. W. Hartzell. E. Koons. V. Kronour. A '7!1e8'6 Gold and Silver Waltz Bach Vrolrn Double Concerto Peer Gynt Sulte ORCHESTRA 4MOFll1Ilg In the Hall of the Mountarn Krngu Rhapsody Ill Blue 'Two Planos and Orchestral Dorothy Smrth and Dolores Harlowe Rrgoletto Fantasy Alouette 'Clarinet Solo Donald Mrllerl uG1rls Chorus Soprano Solo-Mary Frances Smockr Awake Tis Sprmff' The Blue Room GIRLS GLEE CLUB Franz Lehar J S Bach Edvard Grreg George G6FShW1n G Verdr French Folk Sona Ellrott Rlchard Rogers 1Clar1net Quartette P Smlth V Wrser W Flory D Smrthn Grve Unto the Lord Mrster Banjo Grannma mra Embraceable You MIXED CHORUS 1Sen1or Class Members arranged by L Roversx Waltz Ill E Flat Stepprng Along nmarchm Raymond foyerturef The Pals 1P1ano Solo-Dale Terrell' BAND 1Cornet Duet Janet Olwrne Dale Frlburnr Parade of the Wooden Soldrers Audrtorrum Sessxon Cole Porter Songs Purole Carnn al 4 mar ch r The Stars and Strrpes Foreyer, :Drum Ensemblel 1Narrated by Gale Denllngerl 46 Cadman Burlerglr Rudloph Frrml Gershwm Choprn Edwrn Franco Goldman Ambrose Thoma Barnard J essel Moffrtf arranged by Bennett Alford . , . . . .John Phllrp Sousa '7fze5 ' eancwzl GIRLS GLEE CLUB R123 Ballmger Pat Burton Helen Cllck Wllma Cooper Helen Deeter Phyllls Deeter BEYHICC Fllburn Anna Fllnt Wanda Flory Pat Gllleland Jeane Graham Remyth Grlmm Pat Hay Wlnlfred Hartzell Barbara Hudgms Mane Jenklns Vlola Kronour Joan Llghtcap MHFJOIIC Mann Grace Mathews Patsy Rettxg Dolores Mowry Shlrleg Nlswonger Janlce Oren Betty Puterbaugh Maxme Puterbaugh Doris Jean Rhoades Sarah Sauls Sylvla Smith Betty Stoner Anna Szylagyx Joann Miller Opal McCormick Roberta Motherspawx Lois Ullery V1rg1n1a Wlser Marxlyn Young Vlfglllla Owen Sherrlll Phllllps Nancy Porter Dorothy Smxth accompanlst SENIOR CLASS MEMBERS Douqlas Hartzell Donald Mlller Robert W Smlth Howard Wlser Lowell Rogers James Roblnson Eleanor Koons Joyce Comer Joanne SIIICIGI' Mary Frances Balllnger MUSIC DEPARTMENT OFFICERS Presldent Eleanor Koons V Presldent Joann Mlller Secretary Dorothy Smlth Treasurer Wxmfred Hartzell Lxbrarxan Mary Frances Smock 47 ,wx I -4 I , 1 - so fx ' I 6 1 . 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A .. 1W,,.,m' 9 'Srl , I If It I I t I I .li f I I mic Gadefu' Pmwnnel Those of I ratlng at M1am1 were el1g1ble for state contest where COITIDCLITJIOII was much harder A I t state was a true achlevement Values of ratln s were I supeuor II excellent III averaffe IV faxr V poor VI very pool Mlaml State SOIOISLS Instr ument Ratlng Ratlng Robert W Snnth French Horn Donald BIIHPI Clarlnet Eleanol Koons Vlolm Douglas H'lll7C11 Trombone Lowell Rogers Drum Wanda Floxv Clarlnet Paul Smlth Clarmet Joann Mlller Oboe Dorothy Smxth Vxolln Roberta Vlothenspaw Tenor Sax SXIYIH Smlth Trumpet Barbara Hudglns Alto Sax Paullne Turner Oboe Challotte Shellhaas Bassoon Carolxn W1l1fl6ld Marlmba Two clarlnets were not pexmltted to compete ln the state fxnals from the same school Ensembles and Personnel C18llll6tTYlO P Smlth W Flory D Mlller Mlxed Clarlnet Quartette V WISCF M Mann M Jenklns D Qmltll Brass Sextet S Smlth F LeF'ev1e R Smlth L Cunmngham D Denllnger C Van Zant Blass Quxntet J Olwme D Fllburn H Wiser N Whlte G Mathews Saw Sextet J Robmson J Smder J Graham M L Fllburn J Comer D Karns Sax Quartette R Motherspaw W Cooper B I-Iudgms R LeFev1e Cornet Quartette J Olwme F LeFexre D Fllburn H Howard Clarmet Quartette V Kronour P Hay R Ballmger R Kester Woodwmd Qulntet R Smith J Mlller D Mlller C Shellhaas A Bantz Woodwmd Trlo J Mlller D Mlller H Ullerx Woodwlnd Trxo C Shellhaas P Turner M L Shell Strlng Sextet D Smlth P Smxth N J Lee M Mann W Hartzell V Wlser Stung: Qumtet E Koons W Flory M Mann J Graham M L Fllburn Drum Qualtette N Dexers B Wlser S Stauffer S Sauls 48 ,. ., . . . 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Q ZX P look unto the past at Madison brings to many of us a satisfaction In giving our best efforts not only toward wunnlng but also toward showing the hnghest quality of sportsmanship Our present efforts are directed toward building a team whvch wnll not only wln all Its ball games but wall also merit the praise A true Sportsman 49 ff 9 l L - ' Q ff AP w f, f 4 fQfffXf'f'f t l r A fl fl l , -- '1 l A- j ffl rf Thor Z - egg ff X h 3 , l if ' nl'--HQ -X ff I.: I ll 7 13 7 7! A, 2-' 'fi All K 6 V' ,lf Jw rf hw L' ' Team Roms Teddues Wnldcots Tngers Team Fl Gophers Wu Idcots Wolverlnes Buckeyes Team Roms Teddies Wnldcots Cubs Reds Team Foxes n Buckeyes Beors Gophers Bodgers Wuldcofs Eogles Wolvermes D Hortzell 25 pounts for tournornent Spafxlft LEAGUE STANDINGS W I N N E R S KICK GOAL Captain J dun J Comer B Lens B Smlth TOUCH FOOTBALL C aptaln Glbson Puterbough Robmson Cossel Gorber BASKETBALL GIRLS Captain J Comer A Flfer Winkler Snrder Fullmer BASKETBALL BOYS Captain Muller Wuser Whlpp Robmson Londls Smufh W Llghtner B Leor I5 points for runner JO ' W L T P . A ' 4 2 0 40 ' . 3 2 I 35 ' . ' 2 2 2 30 A . A I 4 I 15 7 ' W L T l' llli i J. ' 6 2 0 60 G. 4 2 2 50 ' J. ' 5 3 0 50 ' L. 3 4 I 35 J. 0 7 I 5 ' W L T P . 8 6 I 110 ' . ' 9 4 2 100 ' C. ' 9 5 I 95 Tigers J. Adin 9 6 0 90 J. ' 7 8 0 85 L, I 14 0 I0 T ' W L T P D. ' IO 6 0 T25 llli i H. ' I2 4 0 120 B. ' 9 7 4 105 J. ' 9 7 0 90 J. ' 8 8 0 80 . B, ' 7 9 0 70 ' , ' 7 9 0 70 . 5 I1 0 50 ' . 5 I1 0 50 . -up fnhanuwal 37101051 WINNERS Team Roms Teddles Wnldcafs Tngers Team Starks Robnns Parrots Red Bards Eagles Hawks Crows Blue Jays Team Browns Athletucs Indlons Cubs Team Cubs Pnrates Grants Reds Cards Dodgers LEAGUE STANDING GIRLS VOLLEYBALL C aptam Sh Smith P Raffel E Dean E Koons BOYS VOLLEYBALL Captain G Denllnger J Gubson G Puterbough R Andrews W Bowser J Garber N Kndd L Cassel Captain G Mathews C Hull M Wnlls A Sznlagyn BOYS SOFTBALL Captain Newman Kester Allaman Lnghtner M Bowman O Hudgnns IO pomts for each wan 5 pounts for each tue , . W . ' 2 ' . I ' . I ' . I , ' W . ' 3 ' . ' 2 . 2 ' , 2 . 2 . I . ' I , O GIRLS' SOFTBALL ' w . 3 ' , I ' , ' I , ' ' O ' w J. 3 ' R. 3 ' R. 2 R. ' 2 I . 2 . ' O 51 Flrst Row Jack Landls Junlor Roll John Newman Bllly Bowser Joe Devers B111 Lear Pete Snldel Dlck Judy Gale Denlmger Jack Mmnery Second Row Roland Zellers Manager Doc Whlpp Bob Andrews Howard Wlser B111 Amos George Jenkms Kent Garber Dlck Llghtner Malcolm Garrett Raymond Zellers Roger Shaw Norman Kldd Dlck Hull Manager ley Campbell Manager Don Rmehart Gene Cunnmgham Rlchard HICKIHQU Earl Mlller Marvin Bowman Darrell Landls FOOTBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORD Quarterback Player Judy Snider Bowser Devers Lear Newman O Jack Landns Whlpp Kldd Mlnnery Denlunger Garrett Jenklns Shaw Zellers Andrews Jnm Garber Muller Terrell Posltlon n Tackle Guard Center Guard Tackle n Halfback Fullback Halfback Haltback Tackle Guard Quarterback Guard n Halfback n Fullback Toddes FOOTBALL TEAM RECORD Maduson Madison Madrson Madlson Madlson Madlson Madlson West Mrlton Germantown Randolph Brookville Germantown Randolph Brookvllle YARDS GAINED BY BACKS Jock Landis Whlpp Kldd Mlnnery Denllnger Shaw Quarterback Haltback Fullback Halfback Holfbark Quarterback f vi A, -..- Q viacivn Third Row: Dean Bowman, Ronald Kneisley, Earl Grant, Jim Garber.. Dale Terrell, Donald Hawkey, Har- E d l 5 36 . O . 38 ' l8 Zl . I 3 SO . 6 . 48 ' I3 R Il E d 25 . O ' l 3 , O . ' 37 ' 37 ' l 3 - 8 3 . . 5 - I . I . E d 4 ' . ' l . ' E d I 2 M 52 ALL COUNTY FIRST TEAM 1 Doc Whlpp lmlfbflck Q.,l1'l1L ALL COUNTY HONORABLE MENTION N01 111111 K1dc1 tullbfxck -1 John Nusmin tlckle JILR MIIIIIGIX 11 xltbuk OTHER LETTERMEN Rfmciolph 'VI'1d1SOI1 BIOOKS 11111 B111 Bovmex fufud Boo Andxevus cnc Pau Smdex mckle Dxck Ju 1 and Jxck L'lI1d1S q1111tc11lJ1C1-. Glle Denlm ex hwlfbfnck C 001 ge Jeukms 511 ll ci VI'l1C0l1'l1 C 111911. tlcklf JUI1101 R011 cm 1 Duns cc e LEAGUE RECORD W 011 os Tleri C e1m'111Iov1 11 33 N Y' -x 51 2. B111 Lf1:11' - f . '1 3. ' 1 ' - ' . 3' n. 1 " - 1 z -' G. ' 2 ' - ,g . ' 7, ' . V.. - X I 11. 1 1 ' - - . 9. " dj - 1 10. 1 . - 1 ' ' 1 ' 11. z . ' g ' - . . 12. 1 -' ' .1 - 1 1 ' 13. 1 1 1 12 " - 1 1 1 14. ' ' - 1 1 15. J 10 1 ' 1 - '111t 11' EEAN1 T-1:NP.'1. Afsm , IA It . . 5 1 0 1 . ' 3 2 1 ' " . 3 2 1 1 ' . ' U 6 O Bukefddl Flrst Row Lowell Cassel Norman Kldd Jerry Garber Jack Glbson Gale Denhngex Second Row Jlm Garber John Newman Bob Andrews Gene Puterbaugh B1ll Bowsel M1 Phlllxps Varslty Jerry Garber Norman Kldd Jack Gxbson Gale Denllnger Lowell Cassel Jlm Garber B111 Bowser Gene Puterbaugh John Newman Bob Andrews INDIVIDUAL RECORD BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD Total Poxnts e Total 544 Vo rsnty They Jefferson West Mllton Wayne Farmel sv1lle Butler Centervllle Randolph B1 ookvllle West Carrolton D1x1e Germantown Phxlllpsburg Jefferson Total 530 ALL COUNTY 113121311 GARBER League Games 94 - 221 ' ' 152 ' 129 w 90 25 40 I 38 27 ' 41 I 12 48 11 45 ig 39 - ' 31 1 47 :ffBrookvi1le 27 3 37 35 ' ss ' 33 40 37 40 - ' 29 42 48 42 ' ' 44 Q Q 39 ' 37 31 ' ' 49 3 IB 33 35 Rewwe Baaketdall F1r5t Rom Gale Bowser Var51ty M1I13f,Cl Dlck Bantz Pete Snlder John Newman JLlIllOl' Roll J1m Garber Harlev Campbell VHISIKW Manager Second Row Mr Ph11l1p5 Dlck Hull J1m Ullery D1ck Judy Don R111eha1t ROQ61 Shaw Kent Galbel Reserve Manager INDIVIDUAL RECORDS RESERVE TEAM RECORD Reserves J1m Garber Dlck Bantz Junlor Roll John Newman Pete Snlder Dlck Hull Jlm Ullery D1ck Judy Roger Shaw Ralph M1ller Don Rmehart Pomts Jefferson West MIIIOII Way ne Fal mersv1lle Brookvllle Butlel Centel v1lle Randolph Brookvllle West C'1r1ol1to11 DIXIC Gelmantovun Phllllpsburg Jeffel son Total Tlns record placed MRGISOII 111 County League TOURNAMENT Total 120 Brookx 1lle Phllllpsbul g Jefferson Centerw 1lle th1rd Total 134 55 ALL COUNTY NORMAN KIDD A Jw, fff ' A -'f x ' x .- s ' V ' E ' T I TQIHI We They A ' 1 15 25 ' 61 .1 ' 21 25 . ' 92 3 30 25 58 - .4 ' 17 12 A 44 ' 37 17 U - 24 30 H 7 - ' 25 18 A 16 26 30 is ' 27 26 h .4 . - 29 25 I 1 ' ' 29 21 0 ' - 10 25 ' ' .- 18 21 -. 26 27 334 318 28 Y' 27 23 ' ' ' 37 35 34 34 f 36 amaa Jfe Eaftkelicll FIYSC Row Rlchard Kershner Donald Rlchards Bully Denllnger Harley Campbell Bob Brown Second Row Darrel Taylor Bob Copp Rlchard Hickman Charles Van Zant Paul Lentz Thlrd Row Bene Urmey Manager Gerald Roll Rlchard Jenkms Jack McDonald John Texrel Gclald Hvpes Mr McNeal The Junlor Hu Basketball Team enjoyed a full schedule and gained much experlence whrch they lntend to proflt by ln the future Three boys dxd most of the scormg Of our 360 polnts Bobby Brown seventh grade scored l03 points Duck Kershner eighth grade scored 80 polnts Don Richards nunth grade 72. points Outstanding on defense was Bill Denllnger aided by erthcr Cary Campbell or Duck l-llckman at center and Paul Lentz ably falling anyone s place who wasnt up to par e They Phlllupsburg Centervulle Wayne Randolph Duxle Butler Brookville Phllllpsburg Wayne Randolph Butler Duxue Jeffer on TButler 0 Home Games TOUFI'lOI'T'lCI'1f The cheerleaders thus year worked almost as hard as the players They practiced conscuen ,M tlously and Improved commendably through out the year 36 W , 7 Brookville 26 29 T ' ' 40 l7 ' 36 33 I7 30 T 22 33 ' ' 26 35 Zl 22 ' 30 l7 ' ' l5 33 , l5 Z2 30 22 22 24 ' ' Zl 37 s 3 l9 27 ' 20 22 36 393 Inst Row Gene Cunnlngham Manager Dlck Hull Jerry Garber Roger Shaw Gale Denlmger B111 Lear Darrel Landls Manager Second Row Jack Mmnerv John Neuman Jack Landls Norman Kldd Bllly Bowser Junlor Roll Dick Judy Rlnehart Keith Reynolds Mr Phllllps Our baseball team though exhubltmg a very poor record nmproved very much throughout the season Though they won only one game the members of the baseball team enyoyed the season and garned some valuable experience dur mg the sprung campargn By next year we should be as good as the rest of them BASEBALL SCHEDULE AND SCORE -"' They Brookvulle Randolph Jefferson Brookvllle Brookvnlle Farmersvulle Germantown Tournament 37 - A x . A Y ' ' , T G , Third Row: Henry Ffullmer, Earl Grant, Marvin Bowman, Bob Andrews, Joe Devers. Don I I ' A ' We ' 2 4 O 8 O I2 ' 4 7 ' 2 9 ' I 2 I O 7fmck '7eam Fnst Row Howard WISET Donald Mlller Norman Kldd Jack GIDSOII Dlck Judy J1m RODIIISOII John Newman Eall Grant Gene Putelbaugh Vr Phllllps Second Rove Bob Andrews Bob Whlpp Dlck Llghtner B1ll Lcax Dale Terrell RlChHld Kestex Herbe t Lenk Gale Denllnger Roger Shaw Jack Landls Thlrd Row Gary Campbell Rlchard Bowsel Joe Devers Don Hawkev Lloyd Slonaker Charles Van Zant Pete Snlder Joe Derrmger Fourth Row Geolge Jenkms Kent Garber Jlm Garber Malcolm Gallett Jack Mlnnery Jun M1l1er Dar rell Taylor Bob Presbaugh Track IS dntterent from other sports Inasmuch os the rndnvsdual partuclpatlng ns on his own He cant blame hrs loss on someone else A track meet IS usually dnvnded unto two parts the tract events or running events and the fueld events Thus year our tract team ln nts first meet placed second to West Carrolton with West Milton taklng third place In a truangular meet Our tract team partlcupated In the Knnghts ot Columbus Relays at Cuncnnnatu The com petntron was keen as both class A and class B schools partncupated We got one pount wnth our mule relay team We also partucrpated In the Mlamu Relays rn Oxford The compe tltnon was too good for us so we came awa wlthout any poants We placed second to Brookville un the Montgomery County track meet ln the dnstruct tract meet Doc Whupp got tourth In the halt mule run and our halt mule relay team placed thurd Jack Landns Norman Kidd Duck Judy and Earl Grant are thc members of the halt mule relay team Thus qualltned them to go to Columbus but because of lnjurues they could not compete DU' HHLF MILE RELAY TEAM O . . V V - V V V v 4 1 Q n 4. 1 .O Q . y .V . , . K .v R. I v v I ' V ' 7 Q . - V V -. ,V , V - VV V . , ' V , " , 1 , . ' '- V I I , . . .. ' I , . . . , w ' A ' 4 gl 'sn ,. Q, . . . . . il ' I ,mx emu fi x.,ff xf 4f:,-iam J XXX Q!! f- A 4- 753 I! Ml is f w xv'-.5 I wJ may as fS AWAA A x KX- A A AA A A xl 'i we HMN r- -x: if Eb,f Specnol events have mode the post school yeor more pleosont but today os we recoil them they mspnre us with o desire to moke socuol octnvntues o meon mgful port of our Infe D9 -me gmc emma MOTHER NATURE WINS CAST OF CHARACTERS Kmg Wlntex Pr1nce of Spung Challes MacG1ms Bett Lou Terrell Mother Nature y Jack Frost Hollls Webel North Wlnd Marllyn Cheney Love Marcia Webb Dale Fllbxun Janet Olwlne Fxanklln LeFe1re Chorus of Trees Jelry Rxchards Mary Jane AIlll'lgt0Il Llnda Denllnger Janet OIWIIIP Clenn Vanzant Lawleta Llst Clan Mlller Rosemary Cooper Delores McDonald Robert LeFev1e Jnnmv Gates Gloxla Denllnger DANCERS Judy Macy Snowflakes Joyce Boldeker Marilyn Ullery Judy Honeymam Neva Llst Johnny Shank Davxd Keener Kenneth Lentz D1ck1e Andrews Dlckle Wmfleld Sleigh Rlders DIXIE McCorm1ck Vlrglnla Platt Judv Krull Joanne Wmfleld Sharon Mutzner Carl Brown Res Flora Tommv Van Filburgh Tommy Welch Jack Steck Davxd Staas SNOW MEN Gwen Ellen Gump Joanna Bantz Marcia Denllnger Nancy Slgmon Nancy Wampler Shxr ley Sucker Larry M1lle1 Jerry Hyatt Tommy Peld Paul Fullmer Bllly Hall B1lly Farrell ICICLES Sharon Hawkey Kent Bashor Bllly lee Rettlg Paul Durham B111 McCrabb Elyanor Glynn Young Mary Ann Denlmger Gale Weber Ioyce 1"1nck Pat Suman SKATERS Jay Eckhardt B1lly Lee Spencer Turrtr Mark Grlm Larrv Myers Walter Vernon Shirley W11ls Carxlyn Huffman Sharon Bunger Barbaxa Woolery Geraldlne Flelds Marcla Long ROBINS Sharon Fouts Beverly Quast Phyllis Bel ry Ga1l Cheh Barbara Tuckerman Mary Ann Oren Eddle Grlmm Morrls Mace Davld Brodess Paul Landls Ronald Wenger Roger Strader Nancy Good Elalne Kester RAINDROPS Emma Larch Joan Steck Sherry Eby Ruth Ann Conma Eleanor Matson June ONe11 Dale Gllllam Bobby Bantz Loren Glbson Ardon Denlmger Phlhp Shellhaas Danny Croy FLOWERS Judy Herr Judy Amos Judy Txlmmer Sh1rley Wolfe Patty Dennxe Roberta Baker Larle Mmnery Jane Wogaman Shxrley Shannon Ruth Ann Allen Delores Wetzel Barbara Cllck BUTTERFLIES Elame Arrmgton Helen Jean Good Barbara Gllleland Lmda Ford Janet Reynolds Carolyn Mlller Hay Rlchmond Phyllis Goffe Rebecca Pollack Rlta Brown Helen Trlmble Tanya LaVerna TOADS Marcxa Eckhardt ROIlIll8 Baker Lany Llghf.C"lIJ Conme Hughes Janet Holp Bonnle Jo Devers Tummer David Sauter Sharron Dower Tommy Landess Ph1lxp Conovex Beverly N111 Jane Ellen Mxller Dlane Devers J lmmy 60 2 6 XM I . E . 3 l 1 ll 1 Y , Q F k 1, '- I 1 - 1 - 1-ff f 31 Era 11 1 . , Y Heralds ' ' , , ' ' 1 1 an ' 1 1 1 1 1 . , . 1 1 11 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 - 1 , 1 1 1 ' - 1 V 1 I 1 - 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 - 1 1 4 1 V 1 E . 1. 1 1 V' 1 - . I . . , 1 1 A 1 V ., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 - 1 1 1 , . , . - , 1 1 G. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' f1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 ' ' 1 1 K 1 11 1 '1 ' .' . " 1 . ' , 1 1 1 -1 1 1 '7!ze Q'aacfe0 CHORUS Chrlstlne Mohler Judy Ullery Rowena Lorrell Douglas Mlller Judy Olwxne Gary Lxghtcap Karen Solke Patsy Nagy Phyllls Richards Dlckxe Keener Bllly Phllllps Bruce Benner Bruce Bow ser Peter Gilbert Dora Motherspaw Deanna Wenger Rosemary Croy Dorls Blessing Sharon Den lmgex Jamce Sue Smxth Mlchael Hodson Dale Wenger Jackle Hlcks Davld Tuckerman Bllly Brels ford Tommy Rlchard Joyce Black Harrlet Flelds Marlene Klng Marcla Johnson Buddy Denllnger Eugene Bashor Bxlly Wampler Rosalie Hlcks Paula Vaught Judy Swlhart Janice Drlver Georgetta Conover Darlene McK1nley Lmda Cooper Carolyn Johnson Deanna Kronour Tommy Sears Donald Inman Jackle Mondlcs John Boedeker Everet Brubaker Gwendolyn Ullery Betty Campbell Joanne Welch Beverly Shell Sally Newman Don Swadner Jerry Caverlee Dorothy Bassett Shelby Cox Ron ald Fxlbrun Donald Fllbrun Verna Behnken Conme Milburn Jo Ann Hickman Loretta Gibson Bev erly Beeghley Dorothy Motherspaw Amaryllis Brown Larry Blessing Barbara Haworth Joan Hap pensack Amta Hull Myrna Campbell Danny Cavm Alberta Denlmger Davld Knxsley Geraldme Kro nour Marcxa Grxm Fred Flory Howard Ellls Vlfglnla Weaver Ann Able Maxme Bowman Sandra Boyer Mary Ann Landls Anna Mae Wilma Tom Fender Junior Nxswonger Judy Wllson Jerry Bashor Marllyn Huffman Bllly Perks Jacquelme Lear Vnrgxma Drlver Betty Mondlcs Sonya Grammax Delores Mann Wllma Edwards Roy Swadner Norma Robmette Joan Mxlburn Tommy Mendenhall SCENES ACT I Txme A wmtry day m March or early sprmg ACT II Txme Sprmg Teachers HSSISUHU Ml Zerkle were Bernice Dees Neva Hollinger Mary Lou Studebaker Kay Goodrich Hazel Conrad Thelma Mxtchell Dorene Clark Mulam Blnkley Martha Smlth Mary Moss Reva Wrlgh Flor ence Gloss Ray Mxlls Sr Eleanor Fmney Martha Hoffman ACKNOW' EGMENTS St Peter s Lutheran Church New Lebanon for robes Commerclal Department programs Wanda Flory Pzamst Mr McKee for his asslstance 61 - . . 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B Parents ....................................,..,........... ........ for their co-operation in costuming Galwulm September 9 1946 School begrns wrth the usual hustle and bustle and the Jabberrng typrcal of the begmmng day f school September 27 1946 The H1 Y started therr act1v1t1es of the year by showrng a mov1e entrtled Hellszapapprn October 4 ond 5 1946 These were great days wher1 the Senrors went to Howard Knolls studro to have therr class prctures taken We made two days of It because the cla s was too large to be taken rn one day October 9 1946 We had a specral program presented by the Wade Quartette They put on a flne musrcal show for the Students at Madrson October 11 1946 The H1 Y sponsored a hayrlde where the fellovrs a11d grrls enjoyed the long rrde to Mr Shellhaas barn for eats games and square dancrng and the lo11g r1de home October 1 8 1 946 The F H A decorated the cafeterra lll beautrful gay colors and a lot of balloons Yes thrs was gorn., to be a da11ce The musrc was supplred by Lowell Rogers and hrs orchestra October 25 ond 26 1946 The trme had come for the Ju111ors to put on tht tradrtronal Junror class play After a lot of hard practrce and memorrzrng lrnes they produced 11 three act comedy e11t1tled Everythrng Happens to Us November 8 1946 football season the football fellows had a brg foot ball banquet whrch rncluded a d1n11er talks and the awards that were earned November 27 28 29 30 1946 From the begrnnmg of the year Mr Zerkle and the musrc dcpartment produced our annual MID strel and rt rncluded everythlng that a mrnstrel l1as It was a great success December 7 9 1946 In fact the Mlnstrel was such a success that we gace a command performance on the sexenth of December And agarn on the nrnth from whrch we gave the profrts to the new Mad1son Athletrc Freld December 19 1946 After all the act1vrt1es of the musrc department the musrc students and therr parents had a supper December 20 1946 School d1SmlSS6d for Chrrstmas vacatron The H1 Y topped It off wlth a very nrce Chrrstmas dance The musrc was by Lowell Rogers and hrs orchestra Everyone had a swell trme and was ready for a vacatron March 4 1947 The H1 Y agarn put on another movre It was The Power of God and rt was very good Februo ry 27 1947 The F H A presented a Good Groomrng Frlm to all the hrgh school glrls Every one seemed to profrt by lt Morch 6 1947 We had a Smclarr Spellrng Bee 1n the audrtorrum and the wrnners and contestants were grven vert nrce grfts A lot of door prlzes were grven also Dale Terrell 'rnd Wrr11f1ed Hartzell were the Wlll ners Morch 6 1 947 The F H A presented an assembly program based on courtesy I belreve everyone learned a good lesson March 28 29 1947 The Senror Class gave then play Mrdmght was a mystery comedy ID three acts It was a great success Morch 29 1947 At n1ne oclock Saturday n1orr1111g ten chosen gnls left for Jefferson school to partrcrpate 111 grrls sports It was ar1 actrve day and evervone lelt trred but happy Ar1111 7 The Hr Y gave an old fash1or1ed box socral 111 M1 Shellhaass barn they had an auctron ar1d corn huskrng wlth red ears It was someth1ng new to us Aprrl 16 1947 A charm and persor1alrty frlnr was shown to the the hlgh school boys and grrls It l1as helped every one to a certarn extent on tl1err charm and per sonallty Apr.: 17 1947 The second year shortl1a11d students took a trrp rnto Dayton to VISIE varrous offrces and to see the th1ngs they mrght be workrng wrth sornedav Aprvl 18 1947 The Junror a11d Senror Home Economlcs 011 ls too a tr1p to the varrous rnstrtutrons to see condrtrons and reasons for such organrratrons Apr1I24 25 26 1947 Mr Zerkle and the musrc department put on a very good Sprrng Concert wl11ch consrsted of band orchestra a11d chorus Everyone enjoyed rt verv April 26 1947 We were proud to be recognrzed as an honor club at the State F H A meetrng rn Columbus at whrch trme K Mathews P Deeter W Cooper M Rohre K Jenkrns and Mrs Stockslager had thls honor bestowed upon them Mov 13 1947 The Senror class went to Columbus where they VlSlt8d tl1e penltentrary the school for the blrrrd and the state legrslature It was a very educatronal trrp Mov 23 1947 Thrs was the frrst nrght of the graduat1o11 called Class Nrght The Senrors presented the or og1an1 to drsplay therr varred actrvrtres Moy 24 1947 The Jumor Senror Prom was grve11 by the Ju111o1 rn honor of the Senrors We enjoyed a nrce ba11 quet and then a very nrce dar1ce wrth very pretty n1us1c and decoratrons It was a t1me that w1ll be long remembered Moy L5 1947 Thrs rs the second lllfrht of graduat1or1 exercrse The baccalaureate 1S the most serrous nrffht tht nrght that the Senrors really looked themselx s over carefully Mov 26 1947 Thrs IS the last brg nrght of the Senrors of 47 Proudly they walked up and recerved therr dr plomas and started on that path of lrfe whlch thu have chosen Moy 29 1947 Although the Senrors have long been out the lower grades were strrvrng for the last good grades thr year They found out therr marks 011 thrs last das of school and then they could look forward to the commg year rn tl1e fall I I I I I .- . . . . ' '. .' 11 ' - 11. 1 1 1 tl 1 ,, - ' K. L I 1 ' I 1 1 . ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 . C ' ' 1 ' ' 1 ' ' - . .. P' , 194 11 - - , '- ' ' ' '. I l D ' 1 , , . .- . V , 1 l ' v 1 1 1 I ' ' 1 lv ' A I ' 1 1 l 1- . - 1 K ' I . . . . I , ' ' ' 1 ' . ' , ' Q ' 'D' A ' I 'I ' ' ' 1' ' 1 1 ' 1 I ' 1 ' 1 1' 1 . I 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' . 5 ' 1 11 ' ll ' 1 ' 1 I I I . , . After the bumps, and bruises received during the much- ' . . 1 l I ! ! 1 . ' ' ' . . . I ' 1 1 I I I I 1 v ' 1 ' ', ' 1 ' Y' l ' I I I ' 1 V' 1 ' 1 v 1 , ' I . I 1 I 1 1 . 1 ' IA ' YI ' 1 -1 I I . I 1 ' I 1 I 7 I Y I 1 1 1 . 1 - 1 '15 I 1 ' . ' 1 . -5 ' Y 1 1, 1 1 1 - O s. 1 . . D ' I . .I . . I . M .,. . . . . , , - ' ' ' ' 1 v U I ' 1 . ' I ,' ' - 1 v ' ' A 'lg 62 pedal Zami! Sitdfli 1 The Sernor Class Plax Mxdnrght a thrrllrng rnysterw 2 The Junror Class Plax Exerw thnrv Har rens To Us a comeds 3 Srnclarr Spellrng Contest Wrnners Wrnrfred Hartzell and Dale Terrell 'ask henr what trme rt rsv 4 The Thrrd Grade Assemolw a mrnrature mrnstrel a The F H A Installatron Dorotha Hardrnff mrstress of ceremonres 6 The F H A Assemblx the QIIIS model then own hanor work 4 The Sweetheart Banquet the H1 Y bows entertaln therr frrencls 8 Mau Dax the three fir t rades crown the queen 9 Junror Senror Prom the formal dance of the rear 10 Commencement 1947 the largest class exer graduated from M H S 11 The Jumor Senror Banquet a western settrng xrth ererxthrne but a lrxe horse 12 Class Nrght Lowell Rogers rs presentrng the trafirtronal grftatorx 13 Salutator ran and Valedrctor ran Joanne Snrder and Donald Mrller 14 The Prng Ponf' Champs Rose Correll and Norman Krdd fthew elrmrnated some tough competrtronv 63 ' . , ., - . .. ' ' .- v ' . -- V , ' '- . .., K - - . h . . . h ' , 5 4 1 ' . . . ' - ' . . . . . , - ' 5. . ' .1 . . . . .. . . A' - I ' ' ", . ' 1 - - ' . v f ' F U . . . - - 4 - . - ' e 'Y ' ' . . n . . ' f ' - K x . . v ' '. . ' - v ' ' ' ' ' - , 5. . . - - .4 . ' . - 3 - Congrotulotions from o Member of the Committee of the FIRST TROTWOOD H1 ANNUAL YEAR BOOK IN THE YEAR 1911 on this beoutiful 1947 Annuol HARLEY L KARNS of the KAR ELECTRIC HOP For twenty three yeors with pleosure I hove served groduotes ond Presenting only the finest FRIGIDAIRE RANGES WASHERS IRONERS FARN ESWORTH MOTOROLA RADIOS Trotwood 27 E Moin St Phones 145 67W 64 friends of this greot Modison vicinity. WISHING MADISON GRADUATES 1947 SUCCESS DAYTONS NEWEST AND MOST MODERN Drlve In Theatre Salem Drwe In S TA OOI I POBERT GUMP 33 PAUL SWINGER 36 I From eeTIweeee 38I5 Glenn Avenue - Owned ond Operated by Madison Alumni I I Blessings Garage MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE AND J I CASE TRACTORS FARM MACHINERY Trorwood Ohlo Phone I9W COMPLIMENTS Rohrers Market We Deliver I GROCERIES MEATS Trof NOTIONS ICE CREAM STORE HOURS Mondoy Through Thursdoy 7 00 I0 00 Frldoy 7 00 II 00 Soturdoy wood Phoh Amos Brothers HOUSE MOVERS P HON E e Trotwood Doytoh 26 R ME 2329 66 I I I , I OF 1 7:00 -- 7:00 94 LJ ,ff ai LH gyxw The Trotweod Farmer S Exchange C0 DFALFRS IN Gram Coal Flour Feed Cr Farmers Supplies T tw d h Juha Q H E UH ery Beauty Shop EICVHJEO1 COLD WAVES SHAMPOOS MACHINE FINGER WAVES COAL FEED GRAIN MACHINELESS MANICURES 14gW CIsedTedy o 9 - I 0 I 0 I I I Phone 79 ro oo ,O io ' 9 One ,- Trntwood O U Q O I Phone 13 Trofw od The Ide I Fazler fbr your Fa Velmq lime You re alwayi .nt homc wnth tl FRUTWUUID dllillllli' anywhere Un long Ydctltlflll ur wcclt ind trnp its u can to hatch the hghtvelght can townn IRU FV 0011 ECUNONIY Nlodel to your 1 ar .ind enjoy carefree tnnel and fun Llght and compactlw built vet plentx uf ruum for four persons Beallllfllllt fllllHlHll ,md affurclm every THE LOWEST PRICED QUXLIIX IRKILLR Backed by 18 years of trzuler bulldmg experience and the 9th successful year of the Economy model TROTWOOD TRAILERS INC morwooo oulo Always Travel wrth a Trotwo d it... 69 I v , . ss, .19 ,' , ' ' I - . -- ' , ' . " ' ' '-'-- 's'xs 'W 'Y '97 V 1. . ' - . . V . ' 'V ' Q ', 1. . . ' Y '. , 4 , ' U 1 V . .. V . H convenience. ' , . - . . I . h , , . I u ' o n ,, Y ' 1. , Y 1 0 ' ' .J t- X K E .z' .0 .. 'Va Congratulations To Class 0F 47 from Cunnmgham's Restaurant WHERE MADISON RAMS MEET ll ll SEA L TEST SEA L TES7 R. A. All Mdlard Swank Locker E6 Food FARM BUREAU INS. SQIVICG 27J d Oh d 125W Trotwood Hardware EG? Saddlery Company Sport-mg Goods Hardware Harness Saddlery Thresh Paints Home Appliances Globe Mllkers J E SCHMITT P p I omon R B Zehrlng Complurnenfs of Phone - Trotwoo , Trotwoo , Ohio Phone - ll ll ' 1 ' Phone 23 . . , ro. Trotwood l --1 i V J. W. DEVERS Since IB95 DON D. DEVERS J. W. DEVERS SON Authorized DeoIer Builder of LINDSAY ALL STEEL STRUCTURE TRUCK BODIES Foctory Distributors ot MARION DUMP BODIES AND I-IOISTS Plotforms Speciol Hoists Pick up Bodies Ti Lifts Lime Spreoders Stoke Bodie Trotwood Ohio Members As ocioted Bodies Lorporotiorr . , . 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