Trotwood Madison High School - Rambler Yearbook (Trotwood, OH)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1953 volume:
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I. B. Flora, President
Roscoe Filbrun, Vice
President fnot shownj
Mr. Mark A. Shellhaas came to Madison in 1937 as principal. Mr
Shellhaas graduated from Milton-Union High, received his B, S, at
Wittenberg, and his M.A. at Ohio State University.
His duties are many, but he always takes time to confer with stu-
dents, teachers, parents, and visitors. He keeps in touch with the
classroom by teaching a class in biology.
Mr. Carl Noffsinger, the elementary
principal at Madison for six years, re-
ceived his B, S, degree from Manchester
College and his M.A, from Miami Uni-
versity. In his busy life he finds time to
counsel and guide children in their pro-
blems. He spends part of the day teach-
ing in the fourth grade.
Mr. Darrell A. Vernon, the principal of
Madison since 1944, obtained his B. S.
and M, A. degrees from Ohio University
As principal he has charge of the attend-
ance and permanent records. He follows
the scholastic progress of each pupil and
is athletics manager He teaches class-
es in industrial arts.
Mr. Hunn, a graduate of Madison and
Miami Jocobs, has served as Bd. ofEd.
clerk since 1942. He is also in charge
of the book store, and voluntarily hand-
les the money of all organizations in
Miriam Van Zant Hall 1525 does all sec-
retarial work for Mr. Shellhaas, and a
portion of the same for Mr. Noffsinger.
She also assists Mr. Hunn in the book-
Standing, left to right: Mrs. Hof-
mann, Social Science, English, Mr
Warren, Social Science, English,
Mrs. Burkett, Library, English, Mrs
Hoi-ning, English, Social Science,
and Math. Seated left to right: Mr.
Miller, History, Social Science,
Miss Trout, English, Mrs. Clark,
English, Latin, and Speech.
Standing, left to right: Mr. Scra-
field, Biology, Science, Mr.
Rhoades, Math, Mr. Horn, Science,
Junior High Coach. Seated, left to
right: Mr. Reed, Math, Physics,
Mr. Dover, Marh, Chemistry, Mr.
Standing, left to right: Mr. Stewart,
Vocal Music, Mr. Zerkle, Instru-
mental Music. Seated, left to right:
Mr. Ostermann, Physical Education,
Basketball and Track Coach, Mrs.
Wiseman, Physical Education, Mrs.
Standing, left to right: Mr. Vernon
Industrial Arts, Mr. Chapman, In-
dustrial Arts, Driving Education.
Seated, left to right: Mrs. Driver,
Home Economics, Mrs. Benn,
THEY BRING US TO SCHOOL.
THEY FEED US.
THEY KEEP US WARM.
'53 Chevy--footba1l- -intramural--good helper
on class projects--pet peeve: girls that don't
use Hazel Bishop--"Oh. "
"Babs"--likes basketball- -pet peeve: girls who
talk loud and don't act their age--"Magnificent
"Ronnie"--temper--football captain--picks on
Al--hasn't bought tablets since seventh grade--
"What do you think about that?"
"Sonny"--football--neat set shot in basketball
--baseball--pet peeve: People who always crab
--"1t's in the book."
"C1ippie"--football, track, intramural--known
for curly hair--pet peeve: noisy eaters--"Oh,
not again. "
"Maggie"--Tri-Hi-Y--Junior class play--music
--A.Y. --likes to argue--pet peeve: men driv-
"Shorty"--'49 Ford, black, when clean--foot-
ball, basketball, baseball--Hi-Y--A . Y. --pet
peeve: teachers in general--"Jackie. "
Tri -Hi-Y--FHA --band--chorus--Art Club--
fancy roller skater of the Senior class--pet
MA RIET TA CROWE
"Mouse" --quiet- - basketball- -missionary work- -
pet peeve: people trying to be the center of at-
traction- -"Impossible. "
DONA LD CURRY
"Don" --'46 Dodge--track--intramurab -likes
to hunt- -pet peeve: hates women--"l guess. "
DUA NE DEAL
"Louie" - - '37 smokin' Chevy- -intra mural- -likes
to hunt and fish--pet peeve: giving talks in
Speech class--"I don't have it done."
"Franny" --basketball--likes U. D. 6'9" center- -
pet peeve: people who wise crack in class--
"Don" --'52 Chevy--intramural--carpenter by
trade--pet peeve: mothers-in-law--"All right
"Dave"--Junior class play--intramural--libra-
rian--pet peeve: girls that get mad easily--
"Ginner"--drives mold-grey beetle--intramural
--FHA--not afraid to say anything--likes to eat
--"Your kidding, of course. "
HAROLD EA KES
"Poochy"--neat '49 Ford-member of Dragons--
football, intramural- -pet peeve: People that
brown-off in class.
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'40 Chevy- -student council--annual staff- -piano
jazz--pet peeve: Government text books--"Good
"Brownie Bill"--neat '40 Ford convertih1e--Presi-
dent of Dayton and Madison A,Y. --chairman of
Prom decorations--annual staff--artists,
Secretary to coach--works at E1der's--Madison
News staff--pet peeve: people who read private
diaries without permission--"Oh, forevermore. "
"Susie"--Madison News staff--works in office--
bookwagon monitor--Junior class play--pet peeve:
"Winkie"--FHA --A. Y. --chorus--good sport when
when teased--intramural--"Gee whiz. "
"Puny"--President of Student Council--annual
NORMA N FOUT S
"Norm" - - '40 F ord convertible - -Hi -Y Secretary- -
basketball--interested in motorcycles.
"Henny"--blue-green polkadotted '35 Kittiecar--
basketball--pet peeve: people who look so inno-
cent' when caught doing wrong--"It's in the book.'
"Hobby"--Engaged to Dick--pet-peeve: people
who think they are better than anyone else--
"Huffy"--President of Tri-Hi-Y--music--pet
peeve: people who won't work on class projects
"Hank"--drives black Ford convertible--baskeb
ball team manager--likes brunette--pet peeve:
school--very quiet, track--intramural.
"Kenny" - -'49 Chevy--Hi-Y--music- -chorus- -
track--football--Junior class play--"Natura1. "
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"Lash"--'47 Chevy convertible--likes red heads
--pet peeve: math--"Drop dead. "
"Jackie" --President of FHA --Madison News
staff--chorus--pet peeve: students who lose
their temper easily--"Oh quit it. "
"Humphrey"--music solos and ensemb1es--Hi-
Chaplain--Juniorclass p1ay-- pet peeve: go
government class--"Thats the way it goes. "
Engaged to Don--FHA 4 years--when you see
Carol you see Don--pet peeve: jealous boys--
"Tommy"--active in sports--minstrel end
man--likes to teach his parakeet "words" --
bleach blonde--"Oh my cow,"
"Jo"--FHA Treasurer--Senior Homecoming
--cute--"How about that, "
"Milkcan"--works in office--intramural--pet
peeve: smoking at school--"Don't be that way, "
"A1"--'48 grey Chevy--active in sports--Se-
nior Homecoming Attendant--easy going--
pet peeve: not allowed out in car at noon--
"Dee"--class officer in Sophomore and Junior
year--Tri-Hi-Y--music--Rockettes--A . Y. --
Student Council--"We11 for Heavens' sake."
"Denny"--snazzy '49 Ford- -Hi-Y--A.Y. --
pet peeve: Senior class parasites--"Let's get
busy Senior class. "
"Ray"--Senior class Vice President--Prom
peeve: people who call on phone when he is
listening to music.
"Lizzie"--likes '49 Chevy, specially Richie's
--June bride --likes to be mean in basketball
--"You better believe it, "
"JR"--annual staff- -football, baseball, track--
intramural- -pet peeve: girls that are hard to un-
derstand--"Yeah he did,"
"Bozo" --hot '41 Ford--President of Senior class
--Hi-Y Treasurer--football, baseball, basketball,
track--"Now lets get quiet."
"Owens"--'39 Chevy--A, Y, --likes to fly model
airplanes--pet peeve: spending money on his car
--"For cryin' out loud."
From Elgin, Illinois--Tri-Hi-Y--music--pet
peeve: people who aren't neat in appearance--
"Don"--drives "The Green Hornet Plymouth--
active in sports--bow-legged--pet peeve: wo-
men drivers-- "Awright youse guys."
--Madison News staff--pet peeve: Know-it-alls
"Dumpy"--Tri-Hi-Y Secretary--Student Council
--Junior class play--pet peeve: having so many
small pet peeves--"Gee whiz."
"Red" --Tri-Hi-Y--music--Rockettes--A. Y. --
Junior class play---Latin Club--News reporters
GLA DYS STONER
Works in office - -FHA - -chorus - -libra ry- -hobby :
seamstress--pet peeve: people who think they
know everything--"Oh gee"!
staff--'Junior class play--bookwagon monitor--
pet peeve: sneaky people--"Oh gee! "
'51 pea-green Chevy--Treasurer of Senior Class
--end man in minstrel--"Oh, my ackin' backl "
"Scrap" --football--trackubeautiful brown
eyes--never tardyn--pet peeve: people who
are not sociable--"Play it cool."
"Norma" - -'49 Chevy--FHA Secretary- -chorus- -
pet peeve: people who complain--"My 1ands."
"I-Ioddy"--drives black panther Ford--football--
Junior year Homecoming Attendant--intramural
--pet peeve: Women who wear lipstick too thick
--"Kill that thing. "
"Jeanie"--likes '50 black Ford--engaged to
Bob--has temper in basketball--pet peeve: boys
going to sleep on a date--"Check that, "
"Jeanie"--'50 Chevy--likes the name of "Eddie
--good basketball player--pet peeve: calling
people by their last name.
"Patsy"--Tri-Hi-Y--FHA --Secretary to library
--Junior class play--intramural--pet peeve:
gossipers, complainers, show-offs--"Oh Heck."
"Freddie"--'39 Chevy--known for tight levis and
long side-burns--pet peeve: government class.
"Marty"--annual editor--Junior year Homecoming
Attendant--FHA--pet peeve: people who crack
their knuckles--"Yeah I will. "
"Holly"--Hi-Y--Junior class play--Madison News
staff--chorus--minstrel end man-- "A1l right!"
What da hey here mam?"
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"Judy"--engaged to Ronnie--Secretary of Senior
C1385--Homecoming Queen--annual staff- -pet
peeve: Ronnie's '41 Pontiac--"Hey girl."
"Kathy"--inspired by a Jefferson lad--has neat
hair--pet peeve: homework--"My lands."
"Choke-um"--football--track--slow as a snail--
pet peeve: '40 Ford convertible "Kiss a duck, "
Tri-Hi-Y--Minstrel honorary member of Inter Nos
--likes to sing and play the piano--pet peeve:
people who shove and push on buses. "My stars and
my garters. "
In Memory of
, STEVEN HORVATH - Class of 1953
3 4 T Activities
. -Y Freshman Class President
, ' Football 1, 2, 3
S Track 1, 2
Baseball 1, 2
, " Outstanding letterman
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SENIOR CLA SS HISTORY
The class of 1953 is the largest class to graduate from Madison, numbering just one more than
the class of '52.
We are sixty four in number, thirty one of the present students have taken all their education
We have worked very hard on many projects this year to make it possible to get to Washington.
Among the first of these was a paper drive. The next few projects were the concession stands at ball
games. Also we have collected sales tax stamps and held a baked goods sale.
One of our biggest sophomore year projects was a magazine sale. We were really glad for the
opportunity to make some money this early in high school.
We will never forget our junior year. The Prom was, of course, our greatest venture. But we
didn't regret spending our money, for we wanted the Prom to be a big success. We remember too,
the hard work we put in on our class play, "Come Over to Our House."
We knew our senior year had really begun when in October we journeyed to Dayton to pose for
our pictures at the studio. We waited a long time for our pictures, but they were worth the wait.
The friendship pictures came even later, and didn't last long.
Mrs. Clark and Mr. Shellhaas have been our advisors this year. We sincerely thank 'them for
all they have done in helping us during our last year of our high school education.
Although Ray was with us but one year his
death resulting from a traffic accident on
July 11, 1952, was felt deeply by our class.
We are dedicating this page to him, and
will remember him as a friend always,
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The Junior class, sixty five strong, have been very busy this year.
Along with concession stands, paper drives, magazine sales, and our class
play, our largest project was the Junior-Senior Prom.
YVONNE GA RBER
This year has been a successful and profitable year, and we are looking for-
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ard Keck. Second row: Linda Kay Otto, Brenda Rowe, Marilyn Bantz, April Bordewisch, Joy Schommer,
Mildred Weber, Karen Bashor, Betsy Hoover, Karen Foley, Patty Deal. Third row: Ray Fowler, James
Frederick, Wayne Cox, Donna Eby, Mary Catherine Denlinger, Norma Pierce, John Van Hook, Tom Den-
uull, Willie Norvell. Fourth row: Kenneth Turner, Gary McWain, Mary Ann Hufziger, Patty Campbell,
Sharron Dower, Bobbie Plantz, Woodrow Denlinger, Mrs. Dishman.
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First row: Ronald Mize, Dalmer Hoskins, Albert Smith, Martin Weaver, Billy Riley, Gene I-Iartline,
Charles Frazee, Roscoe Filbrun. Second row: Arlene Calico, Midgie Hypes, Beverly Deeter, Larry Boyer,
Dale Trimble, Carl Pierce, Sharon Jones, Jackie Klein, Pat Bankard, Helena Lamb. Third row: Larry
Keener, Sharon Brooks, Patty Black, Ruth Ann Steiger, Kathleen Hicks, Margaret Price, Jack Horstman,
Gary Ullery, Fourth row: Glenn Ross, Jimmy Wilson, Thomas Mac Donald, Lois Pennington, Barbara
Parker, Robert Hall, Ronald Hodson, Lee Boyd, Charles Miller.
First row: Donald Gisewite, Eddie Coriell, Buddy Coyle, Dean Smith, Gayle Liles. Second row: Mary
Ann Roush, Shirley Ann Stover, Hilda Hale, Janice Holp, Deanna Sillery, Sharon Dale, Judy Trent,
Diane Cwiok. Third row: Larry Frantz, Dick Potts, Sonny Bradley, Bonnie Johnson, Janet Holp, Larry
Robinson, John Reid, Jesse Venable. Fourth row: Mrs. Gilbert, David Lamb, Bob Dean, Roger Cantrill,
Fred Shannon, Brad Valentine, Michael Nagel. Not in picture: James Henley.
First row: Gene Brock, Billie Clark, Stephen Wagner, Paul Bench, Roger Hull. Second row: Beth Noff-
singer, Naomi Anderson, Lois Stoltz, Sandra Haworth, Margie Derringer, Sadie Smith, Iva l-lolsinger,
Barbara Thayer. Third row: Richard Milby, David Flad, Jeremy Wells, David Cox, Russell Maiden, Rol
lin Bothkins, Stanley Edwards, Skippy Munn. Fourth row: David Munton, Verna Boone, Nancy Turner,
Carol Brooks, Stella Bowen, Wayne Meyers, Fifth row: Mrs, Olt, David Huffman, Bill Gates, Harney
Weaver, Ronald Gunter, Geoffrey Arthur.
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First row: Richard DeVeny, Bruce Crowe, Birchy Eversole, Donnie Bantz, Wayne Blessing, Roger Jones,
Larry Bruce, Second row: Linda Baker, Jackie Rice, Jo Ann Driver, Judy Happensack, Patricia Gudgeon,
Linda Hoke, Phyllis Smith, Vivian Sheldon, Phyllis Riley, Judy Good. Third row: Mike Best, Jim
O'l-lair, Joan Wright, Ronda Nisbet, Cindy Zellers, Pat Phillips, Jim Click, Bill Leonard. Fourth row:
Tommy Bates, Barbara Vorhees, Catherine La Fever, Margie Jones, Betty Steinbarger, David Thomas.
Fifth row: Richard Webb, Gary Patton, Jum Brenner, Larry Hohenbrink, Not in picture: Barbara Blanchard
First row: Ronnie Baker, Oren Davis, Jan Long, Timothy Dieterich, Gary Keck, Paul Novell. Second
row: Sue Ann Rife, Sharon Sharp, Loretta Ann Brodess, Jean Behnken, Linda Click, Helen Orban, Alice
Ullery, Emma Ruppe, Diane Keener, Linda Phillips. Third row: Timothy Titus, Dickie Gaver, Carole
Sue Landes, Joyce Wogoman, Joyce Mullins, Charlotte Bowling, Jimmie Bennett, Walter Harris, Fourth
row: Lawrence Woolery, Norman Weaver, Barbara Kaufman, Joan Yoder, Armata Mayer, Dixie Wolfe,
John Hoffman, Robert Powell, Fifth row: James Hoffman, Jerry Clark, Ronald Musselman, Jerry Judy,
Bobby Angel, Gary Kooken, Not in picture: Sharon Robinson, Tommy Dissinger, Juanita Long, Lynn
First row: Jim Mathews, Raymond Pace, Don Miller, Gary Brooks, David Rinehart, Eddie Neff, Jeffery
McCrabb, Douglas Shellhaas. Second row: Florence Dilts, Beverly Haller, Judy Bradley, Marita Tomlin-
son, Rhea Cowman, Ruth Nowell, Darlene Dower, Nellie Goodpasture, Betty Denlingler, Judy Penning-
ton, Third row: Helen Smith, Linda Keener, Shirley Burgess, Dee Ward, Gloria Croy, Mickey Dean,
Shirley Wenger, Fourth row: David Wray, Toney Collins, Emery Hughes, Tom Durbin, Tody Goines,
David Shank, Paul List, Danny Brown, Fifth row: Ray Hartline, Doug Buight, Jerry Artz, Jim Morris,
Charles Ullery, Clarence Wetzel, Russel Corron.
First row: Philip Warner, Jerry Morris, Ronnie Ullery, Harold Webb, James Mobley, Alan Stastny, Charles
Frederick, Rodnal O'Hair. Second row: Shirley Broyles, Judy Bankard, Nancy Reid, Marilyn Black, Janet
Bartocci, Patricia Capps, Susan Hoover, Claudia Bickel, Barbara McCann, Geraldine Lamb. Third row:
Barbara Shultz, Katherine Smith, Linda Rowe, Barbara Hamer, Kathy Horvath, Shirley Edwards, Sondra
Stiver, Pauline Olinger. Fourth row: Larry Goffe, Randy Hicks, Linda Brugler, Judy Ward, Freddie Weaver,
Marc Bowman, Ricnard Lentz. Fifth row: Billy Kidd, Curtis Flora, Johnny Seybold, Carolyn Lentz, La
Donna' Myers, Zandra Zerkle, Minnie Banks, Tom Settle, James Copeland, Not in picture: Phillip Foster
First row: Earl Thompson, Delano Treadway, Robert Calico, James Ullmer, Jack Orth, Timothy Gilbert,
Clyde Pressley, Second row: Judy Klein, Wanda Ruppe, Judy Frantz, Linda Blackburn, Janet Beeghly,
Verity McConnel, Roberta Crutchfield, Betty Skinner, Judy Florkey, Carol Welsch, Third row: Roscoe
Gates, Nancy Ullery, Judy Van Hook. Cheryl Beetem, , Dorothy Sears, Audrey Scholl, Jo Ann Dowler.
Dan Schaefer, Fourth row: Jimmie Crage, Richard Gump, David Foster, Gary Shannon, Carl Dillon, Ron-
nie Brown, Jimmy Seybold, Roger Rupert, Joe Cwiok,
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First row: Carl Eaton, Ronnie Carron, Ronnie Brooks, Bobbie Coyner, David Van Winkle, Dexter Morris,
Donald Coon, Steve Baker. Second row: Arlinda Hughes, Judy Culberston, Rita York, Jeanie Benson,
Sharon Wiser, Barbara Flora, Judy Kier, Diana Smith, Wanda Adkins, Sandra Pleasant, Third row: Ger-
ald Hoffer, Jerelyn Schafer, Donna Boone, Andrea Demeter, Nancy Thaw, Mary Jane Mullins, Rosemary
Furrey, Lueta Suart, Sallie Kelley, James Fowler, Fourth row: Marvin Balsbaugh, Danny Quast, Will
Madison, Roger Turpin, Kenneth Shank, Teddy Hicks, Robert Jordan, Jimmie Caverlee, John White.
Fifth row: Sandra Sue Preston, Not in picture: Norma Smith.
First row: Roger Soike, Douglas Sexton, David Click, Jeylon Van Zant, Garry Stover, Wallace Sanger,
Ronnie Hoblit, Johnny Ward, Second row: Mary Ellen Matson, Judy Gump, Joanna Wogoman, Judy Lamb,
Wanda Riley, Sharon Frazier, Susanne Tyler, Joy Ann Bear. Third row: George Hisel, Ronnie Forrest,
Sharon Urmey, Judy Sillery, Kay Welsh, Dorothy Wetzel, Vernon Vencill, Bobby Richards, Fourth row:
Ronald Fletcher, Larry Brunner, Dwight McDaniel, James Madison, Paul Dutcher, John Nemick, Ronnie
First row: Jerry Seiple, Gordon Rettich, Frank Little, James Tell, Danny Keener, Robert Harris, Roger
Angel, Second row: Judith Stricklin, Sandra Cooper, Gladys Walton, Gail Milby, Darlene Bowen, Vir-
ginia Regan, Mona Upp, Linda Gaver. Third row: Michael Venable, Carol Cowman, Francine Mitchell,
Paula Donohoo, Muriel McKibben, Sandra Settle, Junior Bantz. Fourth row: Leslie Massingale, Allen
Jones, Bruce Waters, Eddie Shope, Thad Trautwein, Kenneth Burke, lack Finck. James Bordewisch.
Fifth row: David Shell, David Butler, James Nielson.
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First row: Glen Fiburn, Larry Foley, Kurt Kaupisch, Timmy Clark, Bobby Puterbaugh, Dennis Gump,
Clark Burnside, Second row: Sharon Wray, Norma Swadner, Linda Denlinger, Sue Ann McNeal, Jean
Brown, Beverly Painter, Ruth Boone, Donna Flad, Evelyn Ullery, Patty Arthur. Third row: Bonita Flora,
Joy Furnas, Dianna Wolfe, Marianne Gallinger, Barbara Kinsel, Helen Edwards, Cindy Butler, Virginia
Gudgeon, Mollie Patterson, Mary Jo Britton. Fourth row: Jerry Woods, Kenny Baker, Larry Davis, Billy
Steiner, Dickie Plantz, Ann Royer is not shown in picture.
First row: Jimmy York, Norman Filbrun, Billy Blackburn, Donald Smith, Gary Stiver, William Rich,
Johnny Fecke, Charles Nicely, Second row: Nancy Cotterill, Jean Hundley, Gail Munton, Bonnie Kidd,
Lena Denlinger, Cheryl Mills, Dorothy Derringer, Beverly Smart, Angeline Schaadt, Karen Sue Kirves.
Third row: Jerry Cramer, Patrick Hale, Florence Blosser, Janice Niswonger, Beverly Ann Butts, Alice
Lee, Diana Elmore, Carolyn Bowser, Steven DeVeny. Fourth row: Richard Wells, Robert Walls, Tommy
Wright, Jimmie Stafford, Bobby Truesdale, Bobby Enoch. Karen Behnken is not in picture.
First row: Kenneth Wells, Ronnie Gabbard, Gary Phelps, Joe Waters, Rickey Johnson, Homer Roseberry.
Second row: Vivian Mohler, Carolyn Wells, Inis Pennington, Joan Madison, Jenny Puterbaugh, Linda
Berry, Julia Smith, Linda Jean Kahl. Third row: Mickey Gschwender, Phyllis Holsinger, Kaye Smith,
Marilee Powell, Beverly Kooken, Carmen Turner, Edna Jo Copeland, David Lefiler. Fourth row: Dick
Amos, Richard Sauermen, Leonard Ashley, David Quast, Dick Atkinson, 'Tracy Webb, Glen Stover,
Magnolia Daugherty. Not in picture: Dennis Treadway, Donald Royer.
First row: Jimmy Myers, Eddie Evans, Philip Jones, Jerry Satterthwaite, Jesse Banks, Marlin Goodpasture
Larry Mullins, Bill Roof, Second row: Betty Van Winkle, Kitty Forrest, Linda Shannon, Emma Harris,
Wanda Zellers, Peggy Mullins, Ann Polston, Carole Gibson, Cheryl Gibson, Shelia Simeral. Third row:
Kathleen Stoltz, Ellen Brown, Patty Beck, Sharon Stiles, Judy Nill, Myrtle Isaacs, Patty Miller, Shirley
Stafford, Fourth row: Donald Hartline, Ritchie Plantz, Michael Frisby, Mary Davenport, Charles Banks,
Dale Wilson, Jimmy Strobel, Mrs, Betty McNeal. Not in picture: Donna Moyer,
First row: Dickie Metzger, Ronald Pressley, Bruce Sheldon, Dacid Smith, Morton Lewis, Ronnie Keener,
Lloyd Denlinger, Dennis Truesdale, Donnie Groff. Second row: Pamela Pleasant, Patricia Fredrick, Ann
Sigman, Sandra Orth, Anita Parks, Judith Calhoon, Nancy Bankard, Wanda Isaacs, Sandra Dilts, Sandra
Crago, Third row: Dick Foley, Larry Moore, Jummy Stanley, Norma Ullery, Joyce Brugler, Charla
Weeks, Nan Schmucker, Cheryl Conover, George Hafer, Donald Filbrun, Jimmy Brown, Fourth row: Don
nie Lowe, David Mixon, Sammy Cox, Samuel Gabbard, James Brunner, Jimmy Tomlinson, Elwood Butts
Not in picture: Phyllis Gordon, Marika Dietz.
First row: Harold Allen, Phillip Morris, Garry Robbins, Jimmie Shock, Bobby Morris, Jackie Marquis,
Danny Bordewisch. Second row: Sharon Rife, Sandra Rife, Nancy Rowe, Christine Sauerman, Meredeth
Shellhaas, Sarah Staadt, Doris Thayer, Sharon Long, Linda Brooks, Mary Ann Durham. Third row: Jerry
Van Zant, Sue Anderson, Patty Nemick, Richene Ullery, Patty Comer, Patty Keller, Carolyn Cooper,
Leda Woodyard, John Noble, Fourth row: Bobby Lamb, Ronnie Gump, Bob Fife, Dickie Derringer, Roger
Snell, Allen Denlinger, Tim Risner, Dee Stauffer. Fifth row: Ronnie Eitel, Curt Zerkle, David Fullmer.
First row: Charles Rich, Raymond Whitaker, Maurice Click, Larry Shepherd, John Goodemote, Joe
Pierce, Kenneth Stricklin, Chester Brown, Michael Grill. Second row: Nancy Weaver, Virginia Smith,
Ginger Blessing, Joellen Corron, Marcia Eaton, Renda Shell, Terry Stoltz, Kathy Goodpasture, Barbara
Peters, Judy Plantz, Third row: Danny Harris, Douglas Sanger, Larry McKinley, Susan Flora, Darlene
Shaffer, Judy Ashley, Sandra Baird, Bill Mize, Tom Myers, Glenn King, Fourth row: Bill Steinbarger,
Dickie Harris, Tim Hicks, Ronald Waller, Not in picture: Sulvia Blanchard, Rocky Soike, Michael Ab-
bott, Bruce Gregory, Douglas Robinson, Jill Foster,
First row: Haskell Calahon, Jr, Ronnie Bush, Roger Haney, Gerald Wysong, David Rettich, James Mc-
Kinley, Donnie Bush, Russell Truesdale, Thomas Hartley. Second row: Wilma Rosell, Loretta Hoffer,
Carolyn Stringer, Sandra Williams, Dorthy Sexton, Cathy Sharp, Kathy Schommer, Dianne Shank,
Janet Lentz, Barbara Seiple. Third row: Ronnie Taylor, Philip Wright, Karen Windsor, Linda Davis,
Diane Austen, Maxine Freeze, Bobby Smith, Charles Hobbs, Fourth row: Robert Hamer, Garrett Mont-
gomery, Buddy Mullins, Larry Strausburg, Danny Hall, Robert Gump, Ridley Copeland, Not in picture
Jerry Lamb, Yvonne Robinson.
First row: Jerry Brainare, Frank Woman, Gale Kooken, Michael Roth, Steven Massingale, Roger Harris,
Allen Plyman, Dick Good, Willie Cowman, Second row: Jo Ann Nagy, Doris Long, Carole Turpin,
Janet Milby, Elaine Bickle, Jayne Brown, Verla Reid, Joyce Milby, Donna Cole, Betty Morris. Third
row: Carol Noffsinger, Elsie Buelher, Jeanne Winfield, Sue Ann Moorman, Jona Plantz, Carolyn Hum-
phreys, Karen Sue Curry, Jean Soike, Patricia Ruppe, Bonnie Smart. Fourth row: John Jones, Jimmy
DeWeese, Edith Mullins, Jane Dawson, Shirley Handley, Susanne Flora, Carolyn Capps, Bruce Fisher,
Albin Isaacs. Fifth row: Thurman Kercher, Rusty Sewell, Carl Atkinson, Billy Sillery, Philip .Goins.
Not in picture: Sharon White.
First row: Benny McNeal, Eddie Baker, Billy Kedler, Ronnie Roseberry, Richard Newbauer, Timmy Seals,
Billy Wills, Howard Kerschner, Gene Rowe, Second row: Carolyn Karn, Nettie Boone, Linda Landis, Judy
Mullins, Gail Barbeau, Emma Van Winkle, Elaine Hoss, Sandy Bates, Blodwyn Leiter, Cheryl Black.
Third row: Charlene Furnas, Diane Alexander, Carolyn Sue Van Zant, Evelyn Pace, Pamela Smith, Des-
sie Brown, Judy Kesling, Luann Sprague, Carol Rowe. Fourth row: Donnie Eyler, Phillip Shope, Timmy
Myers, Douglas l-lorstman, Douglas Roof, McKinley Polslon, Michael Correll, Norman Johnson, Wayne
Spencer, Billy Kedler, Fifth row: Pat Fullmer, Bobby Beeghly, Michael Steiger. Not in picture: Renda
First row: John Sauer, Elwood Banks, Tommy Pressley, Ira Travis, Clarence Gatts, Bob McKinley, Jim-
my Salley, Terry Frasier, Bruce Rice, Mickey Welcome. Second row: Donna Jean l-lafer, Connie Schaadt,
Mary Lou Sharp, Sandra Swank, Linda Lou Swank, Dorothy Moore, Gaye Gump, Willa Lee Spencer, Par-
ticia Sanger, Robyn Lee Konkler. Third row: Fred Egleston, Clarence Mullins, Cinda Landis, Martha J,
Denlinger, Pauline Blair, Roberta Comer, Carland Olinger, Sandra Vaught, Michael Stastny, Donald
Ekes, Fourth row: Rickey Pence, Stephen Foster, Boyd Eby, Jimmy Newton, Kenneth Wills. Not in picture
Marilyn Roark, Sammy Crawford, Carolyn Copeland, Jimmy Smith, Darlene Stephens, Kenneth Rice,
First row: Douglas McWain, Jimmy Church, William Milyard, Franklin Hicks, David Stricklin, Frank
Wright, Terry Borchers, Larry Baker. Second row: Sandra Stover, Luann Blessing, Saundra Copenhaver,
Linda Gentry, Carolyn Sue Evans, Joan Earnhart, Ruth Anne Stanley, Anna Coon, Sharon Calhoon,
Beverly Bennington. Third row: Billy Joe Baker, Larry Mize, Timonthy Blake, Betty Jane Madison, Rita
Winterbotham, Melinda Harold, Kenny Hoke, Billy Brown, Jimmy Mullins. Fourth row: Larry Ullery,
Bobby Sibila, Bernard I-Lisel, Richard Bruce, Joe Crutchfield, Kenny Baker, Eric Hyre, Paul Meece.
Fifth row: Travis Ashley, John Kaupisch. Not in picture: Ann Sharon Shadoan, Susie Devers, Harold
Shepherd, Raymond Smith, Peggy O'Hair, Carol Darney.
E ART CLASSES
M ARBOR DAY
S IuNcH TIME
ORGA NIZA TIONS
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DALE FILBRUN, Sports, JERRY BASHOR, Circulation, MARCIA WEBB, Editor, JUDY WILSON, Class
Reporter, MERLE GIBSON,Treasurer, JUNIOR NISWONGER, Advertising, Standing: MRS, BURKETT
Advisor, BILL GUNTER, Art,
In the years of the future when school
memories begin to dim, may this RAM-
BLER become reminiscent of the many
enjoyable hours spent here at M, H,S.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
"To encourage student participation in creating and maintaining standards of good
The Council members are elected from each of the six high school classes. During the
year this organization has sponsored and all-high school magazine sale, homecoming ac-
tivities, and have sold county basketball schedules.
With their advisors, Mrs. Clark and Mr. Vernon, they have worked diligently this year
to purchase a motion picture projector for the school.
Dale Filbrun, Presidentg Glenn Van Z.ant, Vice Presidentg Eleanor Matson, Secretaryg
Betty Mapp, Treasurer.
"To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high
standards of Christian character. "
This organization is affiliated with the Dayton Town and Country Branch of the Y, M,
C,A, , as well as the State and National Y, M.C,A.
The Tri-Hi-Y is very active in sponsoring social events as well as other more serious
The Tri-Hi-Y girls and their advisor, Mrs. Shellhaas, sponsor the formal dance during
the Christmas holidays each year. This year it was called, "Kandy Kane Kapers. "
Youth in government is a new venture in "Y" work. This club is studying it now.
The Madison Tri-Hi-Y was the first one of its kind in Ohio. The organization has
been in existence eight years.
Marilyn Huffman, Presidentg Jenet Olwine, Vice Presidentg Linda Denlinger, Treasurerg
Beth Royer, Chaplaing Chestine Rice, Secretary.
"To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high
standards of Christian Character."
The Hi-Y club at Madison is affiliated with the Dayton Town and Country Branch of the
Y. M.C,A, , as well as the State and National Y,M.C.A.
Under the direction of their advisor, Mr. Miller, the boys sponsor a basketball game
every year. In this game, the Hi-Y boys are pitted against the able-bodied teachers. AThe
teams provide much amusement for all spectators. The teachers are proud of the fact that
for ten years they have remained unbeaten.
The club meetings are varied in subject matter. Each organization discusses boy-girl
relationships, vocations, and community problems.
Both clubs present chapel services for the student body during the weeks preceding Christ
mas and Easter.
Ray Matson, President, Roy Swadner, Vice President, Paul Mowry, Treasurer, Frank Le-
Fevre, Chaplang Clair Miller and Norman Fouts, Secretaries.
"TOWARD NEW HORIZONS"
"The way to a man's heart is through his stomach." These girls really believe this.
Although they do not cook in their club meetings, the girls do know their way around in
The girls also learn new methods of cooking, home decorating, and how to have a
happier home life Their main goal is to learn to live better today in order to have bet-
ter lives tomorrow. The members of this club are truly the Future Homemakers of Amer-
. SWICH BOARD OPERATORS
During at least one of the six periods of the school day, one of these students is busy at
either the inter-communication system or the switchboard.
Active members of the Latin club of Madison are made up of students enrolled in
Latin I and II. Students having taken at least one year of Latin are considered honorary
members until their graduation from school.
The Latin club meets once a month. In these meetings they plan such events as a
trip to the Art Institute, the Roman Banquet and special recognition of Latin week in the
Inter Nos means "among us. "
The two sections of the Club move forward under the direction of Sherry Eby and Bill
BENNETT MCN EAL SAFETY AWARD
First place, Phil Shellhaasg second place, Beth Royerg third place, Amy Brown.
"To seek the truth concerning beverage alcohol, and the best Way in life in relation
to this problem. "
Allied Youth was founded here at Madison in January of 1952. The post has been
very active considering its age. The postconsists of some fifty members. Much educa-
tion has been given to the students, on alcohol, through the work of Allied Youth.
Allied Youth officers consist of:
Bill Gunter ---- ---- P resident
Glenn Van Zant - - - -Vice President
Lucy Webb - - - - - - Secretary
Jerry Richards - - - - - - Treasurer
Phil Shellhass - - - - Chaplain
FIRST S EM EST ER
MADISON SCHOCJL EWS
For a number of years the Commercial department had published six copies annually
of a mimeopraphed paper "Hi-Lites". with the constant growth of our school popula-
tion the number of copies that were needed increased until it was almost impossible to
meet the demand. And because the paper was published only every six weeks, it lost
its effectiveness as a newspaper.
Therefore, arrangements were made with the BROOKVILLE STAR to print a full page
of Madison School and community news each week. Its composition has been done in
the English IV class.
Those in charge feel this is a definite improvement in school growth and look for-
ward to its further improvement and enlargement.
"To serve the students and teachers in all ways possible."
The student librarians are from the high school classes. There are several eighth grade
cadet librarians who are in training and practice until next year.
The duties of the librarians are many. The processing of new books, keeping of daily
records. repairing of books, helping students with references are only a few.
The librarians are trained in the fall by the librarian, Mrs. Burkett.
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The Madison music department, under the leadership of Mr. Zerkle and Mr. Stewart,
has enjoyed another busy year of which it can be proud.
The marching band and the rockettes launched the year by performing at every home
game and several games away.
When the football season ended, work began on the minstrel. As always the show,
presented in January, was pronounced a huge success.
During February the band and orchestra, as well as individuals and ensembles, re-
hearsed diligently to perfect their numbers for District Contest. One member played in
the All-State Orchestra, and nine students participated in the Folk Music Festival held
annually on the Wilmington College campus.
The department presented its usual spring concert of both vocal and instrumental
The various groups number as follows: senior orchestra 50g junior orchestra 35g sen-
ior band'75g junior band 60g high school chorus 120.
Mr, Stewart, new to the Madison faculty, has made excellent progress with the
chorus and other vocal ensembles. During the years to come, Madison hopes to be as
well known for its band and orchestra.
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In the fall of 1952, Nancy Farmer, Joan Happensack, Carolyn Johnson, and Ruth Con
ing tried out for cheerleading. Against real competition this quartet won and then set
their hearts on arousing school and community interest in Madison athletic events,
The girls cheered the varsity football and basketball teams on to league victories.
Nancy, Joan, Carolyn, and Ruth are to be highly complimented on the achievements
of their first year as Cheerleaders.
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Mr, Scrafield presents Ronnie Collins the most valuable
football player trophy.
Left to right: Mr. Scrafield, football, Mr. Ostermann, basketball, Mr, Horne,
Iunior High football and basketball.
This is the second successive year for Madison to win the football Championship. This
is Madison's first basketball championship won since 1940. For the first time in the
recent history of the school the school has won both championships in same year.
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