Wilson Junior High School - Reflash Yearbook (Hamilton, OH)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1949 volume:
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Motto- Together We Build
Them e - New Horizons For Comm-.mi4y Livin 1,
The students and faculty of Wilson are deeply appreciative of the fine spirit
manifested by the Wilson P.T.A. in doing such nice things for us. For example:
The stage setting is now all new thanks to a new front curtain and a new cy-
clorama. It is beautiful and we all enjoy it every time we have any assembly or
other activity in the auditorium.
The P.T. . is always ready and more than willing to help one who is unfortunate.
That may mean a pair of glasses, a little lunch, a pair of shoes or a trip to the
The P.T.A. every year sponsors social activities to show everyone a good time
by giving parties or dances during the year.
We are sure no P.T.A. is more cooperative or helpful or genuinely interested in
its school than is ours.
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We the graduating class of l9b9, being of sound mind body, hereby do make our
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can use them. We therefore will and bequeath the following:
Mary Sherlock's Rams pin to Mary Jo Manring.
Mary Ann Tewart's lovely soprano voice to Jack Richter.
Joyce Stirn's notes to Mary Ellen Irwin.
Dorothy Sparks' baton to Mr. Munneke.
Edythe Smith's brains to Bobby Wynn.
Bobby Sellers' dimples to Patty Blossom.
Bill Albright's duplicatcr's hands to Wayne Rahiser.
Ralph Bragg's ability to play the trumpet to Eugene Puckett.
Nancy Petricoff's gossip column to some worthy eighth grader.
Eugene York's weight to Robert Scalf.
Connie ilson's chair in orchestra to Steven Webb.
Nancy U1lrey's vim and vitality to Shirley Wright.
Mary Lou urnbul 's crossword puzzles to Mrs. emp.
Tom Hanlon's tuba to Mr. Munneke.
Bob Hesler's hair cuts to Christie Setzler.
Franklin Hobbs' science grades to Nancy Brenner.
June Hopkins' cheerleader outfit to Sally Witters.
Harold Hurst's gymnastic ability to Katherine Schwarz.
Faye Jackman's extra points to Vicki Bunting.
Ralgh Burney's blue Jacket to Eddie Biegert.
Ted Burc 's dates with Dolores Kaler to N0 ONE.
Ernie Allen's funnie books to Sandy Locke.
Joe Schoeler's seat on the Heitsman bus to Joan Wells.
Mildred Schaney's artistic ability to Jesse Hurley.
Audrey Sams' billfold to anyone wanting it.
arolyn Phillips' fingernails to ohn Hopkins.
Ronnie Peters' English grades to Judy Anderson.
Jerry Fitzgerald's lipstick to Lucy Beckett.
Tom Kemp's sweaters to David Reiner.
Doris Kolibob's blonde hair to Virginia March.
Sue Evans' friendship with Mr. Munneke to Harry Misel.
Dale Foster's goor imitations of hats to Jim Winkle.
Jimmy Donaldson's a ility to play the trombone to Margie Becker.
Sondra Stewart's expansive string of pearls to Alberta Cox.
Neil Smith's sgeaking voice to Nelson Benz ng.
Etta Smit 's and Christine Lynch's student patrol badges to Joe Arthur.
Edward Schwartn's Spanish grades to Gale Giles.
Bob Campbell's basketball ability to Jim Blount.
Beverly Bunting's favorite sayings to Glenna Gray.
Joan Bruhn's spectacles to Bert Harbin.
Jim Beckett's comical expressions to Lucia Rolfe.
John Deck's front tooth to anyone who could use it.
Bob Murphy's friendship with Miss Nagel to any seventh or eighth grader.
Barbara Stillwaugh's alarm clock to James Tuttle.
Alice Norris' wooden nickel to John Dooley.
Lois McCol1om's ability to dance to Miss Detmer.
Patty Marshall's heighth to Walter Pogp.
Robert Laubenstein's whistle to r. Munneke.
George Jonson's brilliant ideas to Barbara Brown.
Bob Kennedy's girl friends to any boy without one.
Ron Kraehenbuehl's ability to write winning essays to Bill Hurd.
Virginia Mitchell'e slumber party to Elinor Jean Brown.
Amanda Bower's love for gym to Vernon Copas.
Harold Benge's friendliness to everyone.
Phyllis Blair's seat in homeroom to Joan Adams.
Irene Sharg's name to someone feeling dull.
Janet Mi1ler's omeroom teacher to Bob Rage.
Robert Miller's friendships to Florence Brewer.
Betty Sparks' brains fitted to Spanish to Miss Engel.
Garnet Thomas' smile to Bernie Jones.
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Time flies! Here it ls 1959 and Wilson's class of 'A9 is holding its first
reunion in the famous building on Eaton Avenue. It isn't exactly the same Wilson
we knew in our Junior high days, for its face has been lifted, and as the crowd ga-
thers for the dinner, which is to be served in the newly decorated cafeteria, every
one is interested in inspecting the additions and improvements that have been made.
As we enter the building we are greeted by Don Sandlin who is the new princi-
pal of Wilson. At his side is Amanda Bower. She is taking Miss Nagel's place as
dean of girls. There are some other changes in the faculty. Leon Strong and Bill
Albright are teaching science: John Deck and Alice Norris-Arelsym UBBCHOFSI Earl-
ston Giles is following in his mother's footsteps, however, he teaches industrial
arts instead of home economics: Marilyn Herold and Barbara Bock are progressing
splendidly as English teachers.
As we walk through the corridors we see some of Hamilton's foremost business-
men--Richard Stone, Douglas Couch, Russell Meyers, Ronald Kraehonbuehl, Tom Kemp.
Jim Ivers, Jim Meyer and George Lowry. Farther down the hall Jane Tillett, now a
glamorous Power's model, and her fiance Jim Donaldson are conversing with Barbara
Stillwaugh of Metropolitan Opera fame and her husband, Reverend Ralph Bragg.
Don Nuxhall, famous professional basketball coach, is discussing his team with
his manager, Dick Eckstein. And there's Mrs. Eckstein KNOFNB Whittonl. too- Mem'
bers of Dcn's team are the same boys who played for Wilson in 'h9. They are NBOOYY'
Halcomb, Bob Hesler, Dick Hammond, Bill Jonson, Nell Roberts, Carl Hampton, D1ck
Heasley, Ernie Allen, Bob Campbell and Ted Burch. Of course, Ted's wife, the for-
mer Dolores Kaler, accompanies them to all their out-of-town games.
As we enter the cafeteria we glance approvingly at the decorating which was
done by our artists Joyce Moore and Jean Schaney.
As we take our places at the tables we see all the familiar faces of our
school day friends. Seated at the speaker's table is Hamilton's popular mayor, Jim
Beckett. 'Little but mighty' is his motto. Seated next to him is Ron Peters, the
new City Manager. Dr. Neil Smith and Dr. Nancy Ullrey, two of our leading physi-
cians, have managed to find time to attend this class reunion. The toastmaster is
our old friend Ron Linder, the wit of Wilson. Ron is now the chief announcer at
W.M.O.H. We are very fortunate to have as guest speaker, the President of the
United States, Ralph Burney. Ralph and Tom Hanlon, who is now our Vice President,
laid aside the cares of our nation to fly here to be with us tonight. The presi-
dent's private plane was piloted by Don Peters.
Seated at another table, busily talking are the members of the nCurly Que
Club'--Oh, yes! These are the lucky souls who have curly hair--Patty McQueen, Dud-
ley Mecum, Barbara Schrudder, Robert Kennedy, Richard Howland, Bill Neumann, How-
ard Kuhn, Virginia Hubbard, Doris Miller and George Jonson. The club is seriously
discussing the idea of inviting HCurly'Downey into their club. Immediate action will
bi taken after it is decided as to whether or not 'Cur1y's' pretty waves are gen-
Our class boasts of many career women. There is Carol n Philli th t d
dress designer. Carolyn is the originator of 'Carrie's Cottgnsn whicHs,featS not:
latest in fashion styles. Next to her is Mary Lou Turnbull who is now wo kire B
the staff of one of the largest newspapers in America. Mary Lou makes ther ggosgg
wogd pgzzles. And there are two well-known authors, Faye Jackman, who writes
un er er married name, Faye Millikin and Nanc Petricof
appears in newspapers from coast to coast. They are talklngwgvgg flgdifiggd cobrgg
tgnnie Wglson who is Hami1ton's first lady attorney. Connie is the better half of
G ed ag dr? of Morrison and Morrison. Charlene Rickenbacker is still busy being a
wich, oo itizen and has recently been elected as President of the School Board .
B a11,theSe UUSY P90Ple is Jerry Fitzgerald who doesn't a ear to b d '
PP e olng much
ggda:gtgEgg,hexc:pt tant it is reported she has just broken her sixth engagement
y ear s. er latest ex fiance is G rd C d 1 1
this reunion will bring them together again. 0 on ooper an 3 S hoped that
Other members of our class who are very active in civic affairs are Gilbert
Urick and Pete Green who are now Boy Scouts Executives and are doing a fine job.Ed-
wina Marsh is very successful as Hamilton's Girl Scouts Executive. The class of '49
iiliepresented in our City Council by Kenneth Marcum, Merril Pennington and Janet
After enjoying the delicious meal,which was planned by Charlotte Holbrook, the
head dietician at Fort Hamilton Hospital, we were entertained by Tom Coyle's Dance
Band. Tom and his boys, all former Wilsonites are very popular radio stars. Mem-
bers of the band are Don Dane, Patrick Nutt, Norman Coombs, Harold Benge, Dan
Castleberry and the charming vocalist, Mary Ann Tewart.
Dorothy Smith, noted dancing instructress, presented some of her most talented
pupils. Jerry Zellers, Joan Bruhn, Doris Moore, Jackie Minor, Lois Schmitz,
Dolores Roderigas, Patty Marshall, Norma Elchner, Margie Crank and Phyllis Warner
performed in such a creditable manner that they will soon be on their way to Holly-
After the program the crowd gathered together to go on a tour of the building.
We were led by John Florer and Leroy Gabbard, caretakers of the building.
Phyllis Cory and Suzanne Conrad, who have become modern Florence Nightingales,
were especially interested in the new home economics rooms which are designed to
teach Home Nursing. This subject is taught by Phyllis Blair and her assistants
Lois McCollom and Sophia Hurst. Etta Smith, assistant gym teacher at Wilson is
talking proudly about the new swimming pool behind Wilson and professional swimmers
Kenny Lenhoff, Cliff Davis, Marion Conrad, Dick Caudill,Myrtle Griffith and Beverly
Bunting kust can't wait to try it.
Back in the auditorium again and old friendships were renewed as we enjoyed
chatting in the social hour that followed. John Gi son and Larry Gfroerer compared
notes on the size of their families. Others who are married and settled down are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry French Knee Betty Dietickerl, if anyone who knew 'Jud' could
think of him as settling down: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sellers have just moved into a new
home and Mrs. Sellers, the former Joyce Stirn, is a happy housewife.
Would you guess that Gerald McCormick is the proprietor of the Very Smartmen's
Barber Shop on High Street? His gift of gab makes him very popular with the custo-
mers. Next to his barber shop is the best picture show in town. It is under the
management of Jesse Cotton, Ernest Smith and Bruce McKillican. Only the very best
pictures are shown and they especially enjoy showing giCUUPGS which feature Such
stars as Carmoletta Brewer, Gil Roark, Irene Sharp, hirley Peters, and Marjorie
Judy Jeremy has started classes for voice culture and public speaking. She
has many pupils for her soft, slow tones were oft admired. Nadine Fryman and Joyce
Amburgey are o erating a beauty parlor. Doris, Kolibob models their latest hair
styles. Dale goster announced that he is by this time the head of the Western
Union. It is an advantageous position for Dale: he gets to send telegrams free to
all his girl friends. Classmates were very interested to learn that David Weaver
has been recently made editor of the Hamilton Journal News. He is convinced now
that all the time spent in carrying that heavy bag of newspapers was well worth-
Walter Rogers has become a famous s orts announcer while Edythe Smith is 8
Latin professor at Miami University. Phyllis Combs, Dean of Girls at 00581419111
College and Barbara Benning are busily chatting. Barbara conducts a column on ad-
vice to young girls in a local newspaper.
We missed Rena Bussell but learned that a New York concert engagement pre-
vented her from attending. Telegrams of regret were read from Karl Sutphen whose
coaching duties at Ohio State University kept him very busyg Adeline Anness, who is
star of the newest play on Broadway: Tom Craycraft, owner of a big aeroplane con-
cern: Paul Geiger and his wife, the former JoAnn Schuster, who are busy getting
settled in their new home in Chicago: Ed Schwartz and his partner Jim Sasser who
have a successful fruit orchard in Florida: and Bob Laubenstein who never could
settle down. His latest scheme is s plan to pipe steam from 'Old Faithfuln in
Yellowstone National Park.
Wayne Curtis, Fred Adams, Jim Davis and Charles Gibbons are enjoying life,
seeing the country as traveling salesmen. Martha Proffitt has just returned from
Europe where she has been pursuing higher education.
Jane Rose has a very successful typing agency, Marilyn Roemer, Betty Sparks,
Betty Sears and Martha Schubert are her assistants.
About this time the class photographer, Robert Ray, announced that he would
take pictures of all present. His wife, the former Janet Evans, assists him in
managing the Ray Studio: they are kept busy as their former classmates take their
children in to be photographed. As the Class of 'h9 lines up, we see Merle Arnold,
Kenny Anderson Bernice Bundy, Marshall Brunner, Harry Ba er, Phyllis Conarroe,
Wanda Farmer, Charles Flinchum, and Marilyn Fuetterer in the front row. Lois Depew,
Charles Downie, Earl Gabbard, Patty Gardner, Harold Hurst, Audrey Sams, Sondra
Stewart, and Joe Schoeler smilingly take their places.
Dorothy Wright and Eileen Gfroerer are comparing notes with Sue Evans, Mary
Sherlock as to the size of their families. All are very hap y wives and mothers.
They line up by Naomi Rommes, Virginia Settle, Anna Lou Hill, JoAnn Hancock, and
Others who 'smile at the birdie' are Dale King, Chester Lakes, Alan Hill, Con-
lie Nuckols, Ernest Nelson, and Darrell Miller. June Hopkins, who is now happily
married and is teaching her children to be cheerleaders: Mary Rotelling, Bo ble
Jean Martin, Doris Mount, Virginia Mitchell, and Kathleen Mills line up for the pic-
It was impossible in such a short time to learn what all our classmates were
doing but we know that Loran Pyles, Tom Rich, Don Riley, Joanne Schulte, Fairy
Harrison, Nonma Hampton, Francis Hamblin and June Hampton are quietly going about
their business helping to make Hamilton a bigger name on the map.
The evening was drawing to a close but we still had time to say 'Hello' to
Mary Allen, Howard Cox, Bill Evans, Ann Farthing, Jeannette Gabbard, Don Gentry,and
Pat Hickman. Marilyn Eve and Margaret Furginson, talented musicians had to rush to
catch a train to New York where they are giving their next concert. JoAnn Gfroerer,
Sondra Ballenger, Virginia Cloniger, Dolores Wilson, stopped to say good-bye to
Maxini Tirey. Maxine is a coach of the girl's basketbal team at Hamilton High
Bob Murphy, Robert Miller, Don Mills, Roy Hibbard, Franklin Hobbs, and Don
Harding have settled in our neighboring city of Cincinnati and are very successful
businessmen. Betty Albright and Cleo Bowling conduct the 'Lonesome Hour Date
Bureau' for eligible bachelors. Some of their most frequent customers are Carl
Arnold, Ray Brunner, Paul Crawford, Alvin Everhart, Roy Foister, George Brown,Ray-
mond Hampton, James Marshall and Robert MacMeekin.
Elbert Miley now owns and operates the Hamilton Roller Rink. He is very happy
in his work as he loves to teach the girls to skate. Satisfied customers at t e
roller rink are Thelma Reynolds,Ruth Ranks, Geraldine Pennington,Charles McCracken,
Benny Minyard, Ruby Joseph, Ralph Hansen, and Gladys Johnson.
The 'Coke' concessions at the Miley Roller Rink is operated by Mr. and Mrs.
John Ward lnee Eileen McNeeleyl. They are assisted by Janet Jones, who lures many
customers with her pretty face, Steve Pennington, James Peck, and Helen Lively.
Next to the Roller ink is located the gasoline station of Lowell Tribbey. Lowell
hires only girl attendants as he feels this boosts his business. Some of his
smiling employees are Ina Thornbury, Garnet Thomas, Verda Warner, Abby Thompson and
As the chartered busses arrive to provide transportation to our homes, we
learned that the Hamilton Bus Lines are now being operated by Wallace Rocks and
Jack Singleton. Their old friends Eugene York, Vernon Webb, Clarence Brown and Don
Patrick are driving for them. Christine Lynch, and Catherine Pickett call their
children together as they board the busses. Last but not least clambering aboard
the last bus we see the clean-up committee Carrell Wells, LeRoy Adams, Brown Turner,
Harold Wilson, James Rogers, Ted Wilson, Jim Wyatt and Hiram Woods. '
All too soon we realize that a very happy evening is at an end. Tomorrow we
will all be back at our respective places doing our bit of the world's work. More
power to the Class of 1959, as you continue on your way. And if this prophecy
doesn't come true, don't worry too much, as you will probably be happier anyway.
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'Booty' Haleolb, Bob Hauler, Don luxhall, Ted Burch, Dick Halnond, Bobby Callpball.
SEASONS RECORD OPPOSITION WILSON PLAYER
Hamilton Catholic Don Nuxhall
Rlnrvls 23 50 Bob Campbell
Monrca' L7 60 Tad Burch
Morgan 32 71 B111 Halcolb
Hamilton Roouvaltl 36 L3 Bob Hauler
liddlotmm McK1n1ai' 30 L9 Dick llamaond
lllddlotoln Rooaava N 31 L7 B111 Jonson
Laniar 57 L2 Pate Honor
Hoax-ol' 63 9b Nail Roberta
Hayna 36 L5 Dick Hanley
Hamilton Rooaavalti 32 B2 Ernie Allan
Tranton 3 27 Ralrh Bragg
Oxford Stewart 38 1.3 Car Hampton
Middletown Mekinler 23 39
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Next zur these hole will take the vlraity's place,
e hope they' l be able to keep up the pace.
Fourth Row standing: Kenna Walker, John Protmnn, Ronny Deliord, Paul Cash,
Bernie Jones, lenn Stowert.
Third Row: Jack Roberts, Jim Bliley Phillip Phelps, Dave Gebhert, Mark
Kinch Bob Sweeten, Bill Sohnson
Second Row: Dave stewart, Gene Lamb, George Jenson, Lawrence Willeey. Bob
Gould Ray Sellers.
First Row: Jim Blount, Don Jarvis, Alan Held, Pete Roemer, Ray Parsley,
Bill Cllrk, Bert Harbin, Bob Johnson.
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Hamilton Roosevelt 29 20
Middletown Mcllinley 22 26
Middletown Roosevelt 28 20
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Hamilton Roosevelt 17 25
Middletown MeKin107 31 20
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Much enjoyment from sports they yield
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Kathleen Mills' voice to Jean radbury.
Ron Linder's wonderful friendship with Mr. H111 to Gene Lamb.
Howard Kuhn's bubble gum to Saundra Hutselman.
George Lowry's blue and gold sweater to the girl that has it.
Kenny Marcum's algebra grades to anyone taking shop math
Gerald Mc ormick's nickname to Martha Craft.
Petty McQueen's Safety articles to Mrs. Kemp.
Elbert Miley's favorite Jo e to Joyce Ellison.
Darrell Miller's dictionary to Mrs. Cerr.
Joyce Moore's science teacher to anyone who wants him.
B111 Neumann's famous 'hot-foots' to Joe Toman.
Patrick Nutt's bass drum to Bob Hurd.
Don Nuxha1l's innocent smile to Alan Haid.
Dick Eckstein's Spanish ability to John Detrick.
Norma Whitton's diary to Jackie Kunz.
Donald Dane's 'super-duper' camera to Hyman Rosin.
Wayne Curtis' paper route to Lowell Strong.
Tommy Craycraft's innocent look to Elaine Dallas.
Tommy Coyle's position in band to Sandy Cohen.
Douglas Couch's questions in science to Sandra Hitters.
Phyllis Cory's laugh to Loretta Hooker.
Gordon Cooper's hair curlers to Ceil Wair.
Suzanne Conrad's Latin book to any eighth grader who wants it.
Phyllis Comb's lunch box to Louise Parrish.
Dan Cast1eberry's position in band to Marlene Joskem.
Charles Gibbons' walk to Kenny McAdams.
Eileen Gfroerer's little black book to Nella Guy.
Paul Geiger'srgob as movie operator to some lucky person.
Patty Ga ner's poetic ability to some poetic eighth grader.
Janet Evans- red hair to Cynthia Vance.
Marilyn Eve's violin to Jack Heitsman.
Rena Busse l's ability to play the piano to
Jackie Minor's weight to Betsy Baker.
Doris Moore's cough to James Rice.
Doris Mount's heighth to Dorothy Harker.
James Mount's ability to be 'whitty' to Dick Hatton.
Russell Myers' white cat to Iva Tusse .
Ernest Nelson's red hat to Loretta Chadwell.
Conlie Nuckols' big feet to Anita Dunaway.
Don Patrick's love notes to Donna Doyle.
James Peck's ability to be a pest to John Blankenship.
Ruby Joseph's winter coat to anyone wanting to keep warm.
Dale King's love for girls to LeRoy Schiff.
Marilyn Kulback's bangs to Norman Sewell.
Shirley Peters' locker to Shirley Gaines.
Richard Howland's notebook to Ivan Bowling.
Dolores Wilson's appendix to Mr. DuBois.
Margaret Furginson's bass viol to Pieter Diehl.
Norma Eichner's freckles to Jackie Marcum.
Jesse Cotton's name to the home economic classes.
Norman Coombs' love affairs to Harold Isaacs.
Carl Arnold's girl friends to Bob Johnson.
Adeline Anness' sweet disposition to Donald Brockman.
Kenny Anderson's cute jokes to Billy Born.
Lois Depew's love for gym to Betty Lou Houck.
Howard Cox to Rebecca Halcomb.
Phyllis Conarroe's pretty eyes to Jerry Tillet.
Steve and Merril :innigggongs ability to get along with one a
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Loran Pyles' bike to Jane Thompson?
Barbara Schrudder's talk to Sonia Jung.
Martha Schubert's homeroom teacher to Marilyn Rish.
Marilyn Fuetterer to her younger brother.
Roy Foister to anyone who wants him.
Leroy Gabbard's library assistance to Boyd Palmer.
Harry French's girl friends to anyone who can get them.
John Flcrer's ability to be a pest to Todd Martin.
Charles Flinchum's black hair to Larry Green.
Wanda Farmer's ability to keep working to Emma Mills.
Ann Farthing's lovely hair to Marie Soada.
Alvin Everhart's sho math to Bob Stewart.
Bill Evans' home work to B111 Evans.
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The data--Se tember lO l9L6. The day we th l f u d W
szyegth ggaders. so were nervous and expecting the wogstf S35 afterbgheeflggt fewidzyg is
w c to ecome better acquainted with our classmates, teachers and studies, our fears dis-
appeaged and we embarked on three years or fun and learning which we shall never forget.
just ah6tg1BSS10f L9 Eagan immediately to let everyone know that we intended to be-not
Fno er c ass of llson-but a special one, not to be forgotten for years to come,
8Ye Jackman and Nancy Ullrsy were chosen from our class to help lead the cheers at
basketball games. Don Nuxhall, Ted Burch, 'Booty' Halcomb and Neil Roberts were among the
many who distinguished themselves on the basketball court.
At the dance following the Wilson Carnival, another seventh grader was honored by
being chosen 'Queen for a ight'--Ima Jean Fultz. Do you remember?
In the Journalism field, Ralph Bragg and Nancy Petrlcoff proved their abilit to 'set
words down a little better than most people' by winning first and second prizes Yfrom our
classl in the P.T.A. sponsored essay on haracter.
As for art, James Rourke captured first and second prizes in an art contest spon-
sored by Scholastic Magaslne.
We also, with the help of the eighth and ninth graders, staged a very successful
spring musical. Class leaders in this activity included Norman Coombs and Marilyn Eve,
members of the orchestra.
Do you remember the day we marched down town ln a parade for the school levy! Oh,
our poor feet: but it was worth lt because the levy did pass.
Besides being quite active in educational activities, our class was also ada t in a-
musing ourselves aftar school hours. Many of us attended dancing class at the g.W.C.A.
During the autumn and spring, hayrides flourished. Through the winter, we could often be
found at Potter's Park: where ice skating, skiing and sled rldlng were being carried ou.
After nine Jam-packed months of fun, studying and what-not, school came to a close
for another year and we began immediately to do thlngs which wouldn't be possible while
attending school: going to camp, sight-seeing out of town, etc.
The following September found us again eager to take up where we left off last Juneg
now, however, we were no longer babies of Wilson, but full-fledged eighth graders.
The annual play put on by the dramatics class was aided to success by the following
pupils: fall members of Class of 'A9l Neil Smith, Suzanne Conrad, Phyl is Blair, Nancy
etrlcoff and Joyce Moore.
Our cheerleaders, chosen by the student body were: Faye Jackman and June Hopkins.
Many of us joined Boys or Girls Glas Club and many were already in band or orchestra,
proving that a great many of us were musically inclined.
Among our school worries this year were Snow Bound, finding square root of numbers,
memorizing the names of the LB states and their capitals and, for the glrle, sewing a
prssentable skirt and blouse.
Fifteen of us were chosen for membership in the Honor Society, a coveted honor based
on scholarship, leadership, character and service. Yep, we had 'braine', too!!!
ln the spring, a new Egg staff was chosen as the staff. Many from our class were
plsilchogen to help with t e yearbook, among them: Mary Lou Turnbull, Jerry Fitzgerald,
h le cry.
Y And then, before we knew lt, June was here again, and with it--vacation. Wonderful
vacation!! Time to rest our weary bones and minds for the ninth grade, our last year at
And oh, what a wonderful year it was. Besides our studies. fhlller-dillerel we were
visitors at the County Jail, Municipal Water Works and some of ue to Duffe Mix. Do you
A ain we helped ut on a successful play--'Watch Out For Spooks'. Ninth grade mem-
bers of the cast were Susanne Conrad, Joyce Moore, Edwina Marsh, Sondra Ballenger, Neil
Smith and Phyllis Blair.
Our cheerleaders were Jim Beckett, June Hopkins and Maxine Tirey.
Our varsit basketball team, made up almost entirely of ninth graders, was really
to e. We won the Miami Valley League Championship and set a new Wilson record by winning
all of our league games. The first six on the team were Don Nuxhall, Bob Campbell, Bob
Hasler, Dick Hammond, 'Booty' Halcomb, and Ted Burch.
These games, school dances, and the carnival, along with privately-given parties fur-
nished week-end entertainments for us during the year. And of course, for the more ener-
getic ones, there was tennis in the fall and spring, baseball in the spring, basketball in
the winter, etc.
As Christmas vacation rolled around, we looked forward to ice skating and other win-
ter sports, but, alas, it was an exceptionally mild winter and-no winter sports Ca very
little, if anyl.
After Christmas came January, and with it--exams. Even though we had gone through
four sets of these in the two preceding years, they were still horror-filled or all who
took them. And than, again in June came another set. Do you remember?
The glee clubs, the orchestra, and the band went to ayton in April to compete with
other schools. And they brought home extra honors for Wilson lof course, since ninth gra-
ders were among the m mbers of all four organieatlonsl.
April found us also studying for the State Scholarship Tests in science, English
Spanish, and Latin. The first thgeehpupile ranking in each test went to Miami University
h t o t tate.
ln May to compete with t a res e s
ilson a so had a fine baseball team in 'L9. Leading this group lfrom our classl
were Billy Jonson and Dick Hammond, to name a few.
Suddenly, June was here again and with it-graduation. Saying good-bye to all of our
friends in our three year stay at Wilson was pretty hand: and there was more than one wet
palr of eyes at the graduation ceremonies. Yes we truly hated to leave Wilson, but next
year, as we begln Hamilton High, and all the following years, we, the class of 'b9,promise
to make Wilson proud of us in every way we can. Some of us attaining high honors n this
country and wor d, but all of us living as we were taught at Wilson.
Charles Downie to his younger brotner.
Betty Dieticker's pocketbook to Roberta Beasley.
Cliff Davis to Ruby Joseph.
Paul Crawford's muscles to Marvin Flynn.
Marjorie Crank's name to some of the Wilson faculty.
Marion Conrad's bright red shirt to Bob Cowen.
Virginia Cloninger's short hair out to Doris Deaton.
Dick Caudill'e ability to gaze at stars to Ruth Fox.
Bernice Bundy to her younger sister.
Ray and Marshall runner'e ability to get along with each other to
George Brown's dark complexion to anyone needing a tan.
Barbara Bock's comb to Patty Couch.
Marjorie Barrett'e love notes to anyone needing a few tips.
Sondra Ballenger's laugh to Betty Nickels.
Barbara enzing's nickname to Billy Campbell.
Lois Schmitz's quietness to Barbara Turner.
Donald Sandlin's clean mind l?l to Pat Dwyer.
Jane Rose's skirts to Anna Tewart.
Naomi Rommes' good Jokes to Dick Cox.
Walter Rogers' to Judy Ebinger.
James Rogers' hurry to get out of home room to Barbara Turner.
Marilyn Roemer's brother Pete to his next girl friend.
Dolores Roderigas' friends to James Tussey.
Neil Roberts' bashfulness to anyone who will fall for it.
Gil Roark's brother to the ninth grade next year.
Don Riley's lovely red hair to Barbara Wise.
Thelma Reynold's ability to be a science whiz to Bob Wolf.
Ruth Ranke's ribbons to Joan Spriggs.
Martha Proffitt's good grades to anyone needing them.
Catherine Pickett's books to anyone liking to read.
Don Peters' big blue eyes to John Wolf.
Geraldine Pennington's book case to anyone who wants it.
Dick Hammond's good looks to Ernest Weiser.
Myrtle Griffith's bracelets to anyone loving jewelry.
Larry Gfroerer's glasses to Charles VonStein.
JoAnn Gfroerer's boyfriends to her sister.
Donald Gentry to Leona Steele.
Wallace Rocks to some desperate female.
Jim wyatt'e guitar to Barbara Sims.
Dorothy Wright's quietness to Henry Richter.
Ted Wi1son's talkativeness to Bradley Roark.
Darrell Wells' heighth to JoEtta Sciutti.
Vernon Webb's football to Barbara Stamper.
Verda Warner's tumbling to Kathryn Tabor.
John Ward's ability to copy homework to Bill Pierce.
Abbie Thompson's tonsils to Bent Minor.
Myrtle Smith's red hair to Charlene Maupin.
Ernie Smith's baseball to Chester Rhinehimer.
Jack Singleton's ability to skate to Don Seeley.
Howard Shepherd's rough, tough, and readiness to Shirley Shelton.
Virginia Settle's temper to Alice Campbell.
Betty Sears' silly notes to Judy Brown.
Charles McCracken to Mary Hotelling.
Bruce McKi1lican's tardiness to JoAnn Schurger.
Dudley Mecum's English grades to Robert Cloninger.
James Meyer to JoAnn Hancock.
Chester Lakes' farm animals to Lois Hopkins.
Betty Lawson's chewing gum to Shirley Napier.
Kenny Lenhoff's howling to Pete Jones.
Robert MacMeekin's ability to box to anyone wanting a bloody nose.
Edwina Marsh's ability to act to Paulette Kammeron.
James Marshall's teeth print to Virginia Irwin.
Bobbie Jean Martin's high heels to Phillip Long.
Betty A1bright's sweaters to Ronald Hicks.
Leroy dams' bashfulness to Richard Schorr.
Fred Adams' ability to play marbles to Gurnie Retherford.
Don Harding's boxing to Janice Reece.
Joanne Schulte's giggles to Sharon Spence.
Carl Hampton's ties to Donald Mobley.
June Hampton's pretty eyes to Barbara Wilson.
Norma Hampton's friend 'Davey' to Hazel Frost.
Thelma Hampton's vocal chords to someone suffering from larengitis
JoAnn Hancock's locker contents to anyone interested.
Fairy Jean Harrison's cherry covered chocolates to Ronnie Riley.
Dick Heas1ey's cute, shy expressions to Carol Ohr.
Marilyn Herold's skirts to Patty Pierce.
nna Lou H1l1's name to Leona Steele.
Charlotte Ho1brook's curly hair to Carole Merc.
Virginia Hubbard's shynese to Janet Fitzgerald.
Sophia Hurst's lovely hair to Yvonne Evans.
Jim Ivers' fancy shirts to Iva Lee Woods.
Judy Jeremy's friends to any lonesome person.
Gladga Johnson's seat in Spanish class to any future Spanish student.
Clarence rown's belief in Santa Claus to Mary Hooker.
Carmoletta Brewer's favorite sayings to Sandra Cornette.
Cleo Bow1ing's heighth to anyone in need of a short person.
Harry aker's ambitious ideas to Jim Dilg.
Merle Arno1d's glasses to Louis Estridge.
Joyce Amburgey's gym assistants shirt to Doris Getz.
Mary A1len's black hair to James McCracken.
Gilbert Urick's corduroy trousers to Bob Sweeten.
Doris Miller's giggles in sixth period class to Jackie Martin.
David Weaver's bets with his sister to Ralph McGowan.
Harold Wilson's bicycle to Tom Stomps.
Jerry Ze11er's place at the end of the alphabet to Bob Wynn.
Brown Turner's name to the art department here at Wilson.
Sondra Stewart's love for Seven Mile High School to someone at the school.
Leon Strong's hair-net to Bill Maricle.
Karl utphen's position in orchestra to Vernon Copas.
Ina Thornbury's saxaphone to Richard Tuley.
JoAnn Schuster's bobby-pins to Bobby Begley.
Dorothy Smith's sister Beulah to Mrs. Kemp and Mr. Elwell.
Maxine Tirey's changeable mind to Lois McBurney.
Jane Til1et's hair barretts to Dick Havward
Peter Green's name IPedro Verdel to future Spanish students.
John Gibson's cough to Winifred Connely.
Jeanette Gabbard's skating ability to someone who thinks a person skates
while sitting down.
Earlston Giles' position as scorekeeper to someone looking for a hard job.
Jerry Downie's appetite to Jerry Jones.
Frances Hamblin's aid to Miss Wittman to Catherine Dare.
Hiram Woods' freckles to Dan Hurst.
Phyllis Warner's diet to Judith Morris.
Lowell Tribbey's leather jacket to Dolores Montgomery.
Don Mills ability to model girls' dresses to James Hush.
Benny M1nyard's quietness to Jack Hart.
Janet Jones' unusual name to Wilma Smith.
Helen Lively's position in band as the only girl trumpeter to Florence
Joe Schoeler's seat on the Heitsman bus to Doug Wimmer.
Charlene Rickenbacker's personality to Dorothy Shipley.
Tom Rich's good manners to Etta Atyeo.
Robert Ray's flashbulbs to John Chambers.
Richard Stone's trumpet case to anyone needing a suitcase.
Roy Hibbard's hair tonic to Jim Reid.
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