New Bethlehem High School - Newbie Silhouette Yearbook (New Bethlehem, PA)
- Class of 1948
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TO DAVID ALTON DIETRICH, Supervislng Principal,
the student's frlend, we dedicate this 'Newbie
Sllhouette' of 19L8 as a token of esteem and
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DAVID ALTON DIETHICH
Mr Dletrlch has completed twenty f1Ve years of servlce
lh the New Bethledem Publlc Schools He Jolned the hlgh school
faculty ln 1923 After flve years of teachlng soclal studies,
Engllsn, Lat1n, and mathemat1cs, Mr D19CF1Ch was elected
superv1s1ng pr1nc1pal ln 1928
Lancaster, Pennsylvanla, and has done graduate study at Pennsylvania
Commlssloned a flrst lleutenant Mr D1etr1ch served in the
lnfantry during Norld Nar I He was on speclal duty at Camp Meade
Maryland, and at Camp Lee, Vlrglnla
The chlef concern of th1s admlnlstrator 15 the success and
happlness of hls students, not only durinv thelr school days, but
also durlng the many years after graduatlon from hlgh school
Mr. Dietrich is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College,
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THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Just as the school 15 the center for our commun1t
the Board of EdUC8tlOH lS the center for our school The
members w1ll1ngly devote thelr tlme and ab1l1ty to promote
and ma1nta1n hlgh SChOl3StlC standards. S1x representatlve
men of the board are.
Wllllam Andrews Member
Dale B1Sh Member
L. O. Hepler Vlce President
Frank Ferguson Presldent
Ernest E. Shumaker Secretary
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Franklln and Narsnall Clarlon Sta Teachers College
Pennsylvanla State Graduate vork Unlverslty f Plttsburph
John N Ake
B S 1n Music Educatlon P1155 Helen Armagost
B S In Buslness Educatlor
Inolana abate Teachers Colle
Bowl1n5 Green BUSlneSS UHIVGFSIUY
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Cl rlon State Te chers Colleze 0 na 5 ce Teachers College
Indlana State Normal gloimskiliri Sit
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Clarlon State Teachers College
Mrs Zelda Humes Corbett, D Mrs Iola Dove! Spike A B
Clarlon State Teachers College
Rochester Dental Dlspensary Grove Clty College
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Pennsjlvanla State College
Charles S Tarsh B S
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Ronald Allshouse WRonnien
Football, 3 years
Basketball, 3 years
His mischief causes endless joy
A replica of WPeck's bad boy.N '
Mona Jean Beers nMonnien
Mushball team 'L7W
Ambitiong WTO be richn
For Mona we see in future years,
A husband and lu short WBeersn
Emma Louise Bish HWGGSIG
Ambition School teacher
Those who know her will agree
She's as nice as she can be
Alfred Bonanno Fred
How cute our Freddie is sure to
Seated on the boss's knee
Diane Boversox Sox
One of those fun loving folks
Who likes to laugh and tell Jokes
Ralph Bowersox Soxie
Football 3 years
Ambition Own a new convertible
Poor, poor Hilton, on a limb
Is it Nary Belle or Pat for him
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Rebecca Bowser 'Becky'
Tnere certalnly w1l1 never be
A classmate frlendller than she
V1v1an Lou1se Bowser nVlV
Very carefree, seldom cross
New Bethlehem's galn Kittannlngs
Jacquelyn Chaney WJackieW
Llbrarlan L6 L7, Dramatlc Club
MUSlC, Basketball, Bowllng
Dramatlc Club Pla 'NeverTBo Late
Class Secretary reshman and
Amb1t1On, Nurslng and Gene
If you know her you'll agree
Sne's full of pep and energy
Roger Cosmo 'Ro ern
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Amblclon, Offlce Work
As h1s ac lons all lmply
He's very n1ce but very shy
Jean Crawford Jean
Mushball, Uff1ce Work
Yearbook Staff, Typlst
AmblB1OH, Secretary for a blonde
Her flylng flngers on the keys
Type artlcles w1th speed and ease
Mona Crawford nMonn1eW
Thls 56H1OP has her future planned
Note the rlnv upon her hand
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Quiet senior, very shy
Likes to let the world go
horma Dlnger 'Ding
Llbrarlan 'L6 67' MUS1C L Years
Dramatlcs, Home LCOHOmlCS be by
Amb1ClOH Secretary for a s1nvle
and nandsome ooss
Nith thls gay lassle few compare
Seen w1th Richard here ana there
Beatrice Doverspike UBebe
Soft Ball HN6-N7
Hails from Putneyville
Irish Lass with raven hair
Seen with Irene everywhere
Edith Doverspike HEGIE
Music 'Q7 Bowling
Yearbook Staff JUHIOT AdV1SOF
Small and snappy, full of v1m
The man she pets plty h1m
Helen Doverspike Red
Likes to skate and read
She hardly ever says a word
Always seen but seldom heard
Ronald Foreman Ron
Amb1t1on Lumber Jack or Jacket
He doesn t thlnk that school's a
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Helen Irene Fox 'Helen'
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Yearbook Staff, Typist
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I wish for me she'd write a verse ' -r'
For mine are getting worse and
James Freeman 'Mike
Class Treasurer 'LS'
A years Varslty Football
Yearbook Staff Sports Editor
Ambitlon To go with a cute
girl I know
Football captain, sunny smiled
New Bethlehem s grown up problem
Eloise George 'Ellie'
Bowling, Office work
Typ1ng and Chemistry
The young lady can't be beat
For keeping her appearance neat
Loretta George George
Ha1ls from Deanville
In her you'll f1nd a talent rare
The art of h8V1Ul smiles to share
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Nancy Jane George 'Nancy
Softball, Photography Club
Ambltion College undecided
The road ahead for her is clear
when she decldes on her career
Margaret Gould Maggle
Commerclal Course Yearbook typist
Amb1t1on Interlor Decorator
Rather qulet, full of knowledge
She'll go far ln any college
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Carl Hetr1ck 'Carl
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Amb1tlOH Welterwelght champ1on
of the world
A movle strongman, f16FCQ and
N111 he be Tarzan or the monkey
James Hlndman 'Mokus' A twln
Bowllng, Glee Club 'L6
Amb1t1on To travel over the
Someday he'll w1n the world's
Because hls vo1ce wlll br1np hlm
Joan Hindman 'Bonie' The Other Twin
Librarian, Dramatic Club
Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus
Orchestra , Band gg
Yearbook Staff, Sophomore Adviser
Mushball, Basketball, Bowling
Ambition To lead a high school
So very talented is she
She can't declde what she should be
Robert Lee Hodgson Bob
Yearbook Staff, Ed1tor
L1brar1an, Football, Track
Class Presldent hh and L5
Photography Club, President
SC18nC6 Club, V1ce pres1dent
Vlce pres1dent of Class Whon
It's hard to f1nd a word whlch
serves, For all the credlt he
John Holben 'John'
Ambitlon To be a Clean Sportsman
He 15 one of tnose few boys
Nho doesn't make a lo. of nolse.
Verlle vane Huffman 'Verllen
Best llked Latln
A well l1ked glrl N150 frlenos
galore, Has some to spare and then
Delores Hull 'DobbyW
Yearbook Staffg Advertising Manager
Dramatic Club Officer
when you know her you'1l agree
That she has personality
Anna Johns 'Anna
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Pleasant Senlor always seen
Cheerlng for the football team
Bertha Pearl Kammerdiener WPearln
You seldom know when she's around
Because she rarely makes a sound
Sara Elizabeth Knight 'Sally
Music, Mixed Chorus WLS'
Staff, Freshman Advisor
Makes her A's w1th speed and ease
Our own most llkely to succeed
Phyllis Jean Kube Phil
Best liked Shorthand, Typing
Although she didn't taller grow
Dorothy nuhns Dot
Likes football, baseball and
She thought when long assignments
Here is someone who's nice to know
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Robert Mann Bob
Halls from Deanvllle
AmbiC1OH Off1Ce Manager
whatever he decldes to do
He'll be a 'Mann' and see
M110 N Markle WMilo
In pleaolng cases, he shoula do
well, In explalning h1S grades,
he is swell
Monna McM1llen WMonnieW
Ne hope that she w1ll stlll be
merry, dhen she 1S a secretary
Richard Mlller Dick
Yearbook Staff, Typist
Ambltion To graduate
In school he's qulet,
agreeo, But on the track team
shows his speeo
L' iff? ra.eNL1s
Arlene Mowery 'Arlenen
Class Treasurer WL7W
Arlene w1ll collapse when she
nears the news, That the senlors
have flnally pa1d the1r dues.
Deloras heese HDolly'
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L1brarian, 2 years
Qulet, likeable, and neat
A glrl who 15 a pleasure to meet
Deloris B Plavny WDeen
Best llked Typing and Shorthand
ror work well done with little
Edward N Plyler WEdW
Bowling Team, Track
Ping Pong Tournament
Amb1t1on Animal Tralner
A lad who never seems to lack
A qU1Ck and w1tty Wanswer back '
Cleora nadaker 'Cleo'
Amb1t1on To oe a Tap dancer
Altnough her stature 15 petite
Her frlendly nature can't be beat
Bonn1e sample Bonnie
Yearbook staff, Our Yearbook Poet
Dramatlc Club, Photography Club
Home Economlcs, Basketball
Mlxed Chorus, Girls' Chorus
Amb1t1on Newspaper Reporter
I only ask that fortune send
A llttle mole than I can spend.
hutn N. Saxman WRuthieW
Llkes to skate and ski
Th1S qu1et glrl who l1kes to ski
Has pleasing personality.
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Jacqueline Ruth Sayers 'Jackie
Home Economics, Librarlan
Usher at Commencement
She ooesn't have too much to say
She plans to be a nurse some day
Marlon Sayers 'Mann1e'
Llorarlan, Home ECONOMICS
Softball Team, BOWllng
Usher at Commencement
Sueet and qulet, lots of fun
Really llked by everyone
Fred Shaffer Skip
Football, 3 years
Dramatics Club, Bowling Team
Yearbook Staff, Assistant
Ambltion Commercial Art
No matter what Job he may start
Hls fame and fortune w1ll be 1U a
Lawaive Shoemak WSh
N shb 1 er oien
u a 1, Basketball
Ambition Some man's wlfe
About Lawalve here's h t
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Betty Shumaker ULeeW
Class V1ce pres1dent
Class Secretary WLS'
Home Economics, Basketball
M1xed Chorus, G1rls' Chorus
Orchestra, Off1ce Secretary
P1an1st for Assembly, 2 years
Yearbook Staff, Typlst
Amb1t1on Pr1vate Secretary
A real friend, w1thout a care
Deloras L Truitt WTootie
Bowling, Dramatlc Club
Ambltion Determined to be
Nherever mlschief can be found
She's sure to be somewhere around,
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1 Football, 2 years
Yearbook Staff, Financial Manager
Ambition: Chemical Engineer
A football player that you'll fin
Ie very quiet and refined.
Bill Vorous 'DiggerW
Clase Treasurer "LS"
Class Vice-president "LS"
Ambition: To learn to dance
His mind is always in the sky
He'll be a pilot by and by.
M omer Walters "Homer" 'I 1004
Dramatlc Club Bowling Team
Ambition To be a Toolmaker
His attitude toward 11fe 1S one
Of NNever rush to get th1ngs done
Ruth Williams 'FO0f1'
Cheerleader, 2 years
Junior Class President
Senior Class President
Dramatic Club, Photography Club
Basketball, Mushball Bowling
Miss Stanley in NNever Too Late
General Manager of Magazine Drive
Usher for Commencement
Ambition Physical Ed Instructor
When class gets dull, you'll find
that she, Knows how to break
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Jeanne Wolfe 'Ho "
Class Secretary L7
Usher at Commencement
Ambition To learn how to
No matter where you are, you're
bound, To have good times if she
Jeanette Uolfg lager
Com erclal Course
A girl wzth dark hair we've
met, Whom nere school we call
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School opened with the usual h1gh splrits of the first day Seniors
arenft di nif1ed, but Freshies are 'Green '
Everybody wandering around trying to straighten out their schedules
Some 'Students' find it pretty hard to pick out the easiest subjects
Someone ought to guide those Freshmen around, after all when they
start coming into Senior classes 'tis time something is done
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School is old already everybody 1S anxiously waiting the 3 15 bell
Tomorrow night the Newbies are golng to play the first game of the
Hooray' The Newbies were V1Ct0PiOUS 1n their first game this looks
like the beginning of a good season
Ton1ght we play Falls Creek The Juniors have the concession
We chalked up a 28 7 victory The team 13 off to a good start
Chapel this mornlng, and th1s afternoon pep assembly we really had
a trying day
Mr Ake has been getting all musical minded students organized
Tomorrow our team w1ll Journey to Reynoldsville Here's hoping
Ne 'dood' it again, the final score be1ng 19 O
Chapel th1s morning, followed by pep meetlng now we are the only
school wlth one big 'thor froat '
of the season
The less said about the game last night the better but we w1ll say
this much, never has the place been bluer
Haven't recovered from the Hlckory game yet
We welcomed October w1th a hearty pep assembly, also we sang
Happy Birthday to Mrs W1ll1am's llttle daughter, Ruthie, who uttered
her first yell seventeen years ago today
Tonight our team meets Sykesville on the local gridiron We we e
informed through our local grapevine lMr Kata! that they were coming
with f1re ln the1r eyes
Saad news again, Newbies defeated by Sykesville
ne were lnformed in chapel th1s mOPH1Hg that we should prepare our
selves for a shock next week, report cards are coming our way
Pep meetlng at 3 15 gee, lf we only had the pep we wouldn't mlnd the
Tomorrow nlght the team goes to Curwensville, we hope this is the
turning po1nt in our luck
OH' OH' OH' Don't tell anyone, but we lost again
Report card day Our f1rst vacatlon starts today at 2 30, for
Instltute you know, the one tlme of the year when a teacher knows
how 1C feels to be a pupil
At last we scored a vlctory Ne defeated Brookville About time
don't you think?
The trouble with vac tlons 15 that they aren't long enough Do you
In chapel th1s morning Mr Kata did nothlng to ra1se our hopes for
the Clarlon game
A big snake dance ton1ght If school spirit can w1n a game, this
game is as good as won
School was diSm1SSed at eleven thlrty and we had another gigantic
snake dance Ton1ght 13 'C' nlght and we are hoping to take the
Clar1on1tes by storm
sver slnce Friday night a heavy loud has hung over our 'Alma Mater'
yes, Clarion defeated us, but slnce th1s is the flrst time in more
years that Clarion would have us aomlt, we shouldn't feel bad A
1f we weren't mlserable enough, didn't the Clarion school proclaim
a holiday Just to come and gloat over the1r V1CtOry Isn't there
some n1ce hole we can crawl into'
Today some of the more courgaeous students of N B H S are recovering
from wr1ter's cramp they are the ones who decided yesterday that
if Clarion had a holiday, so should they, even though the holiday
lasted only approximately flfteen mlnutes, each person had a n1ce
llttle essa, to wrlte
Tonlght we meet the Rimersburg eleven on the local grldiron
Ne regalned a wee b1t of our pride by defeating Rimersburg
pleasant hour of entertainment
Qulte a few of us waded through several lnches of Brockway's black,
gooey mud to witness a rather dam p game between the Nevbies and
Brockway by the way, the game ended in a O O score
Stlll shaking the mud out of our eyes
Mike Freeman, 'Sox' Bowersox, and 'Bobby' Lee Hodgson Jolned the
chorous ie hope omeone takes pity on Mr Ake we real1ze there 1S
a limit to what anyone can stand
The senlor Class selected name cards and 1nv1tations Also, we are
very proud to make th1s announcement we reached the above deC1S1On
w1th a l1m1ted amount of argulng that 1s, for us
Tonlght the L1on's Club is g1v1ng their annual football banquet
The Junlors are glving a freak dance, and me are certain they wlll
all be there no offense to the Junlors, I'm sure Tomorrow's the
big day for the team and the cheerleaders, when they Journey to
P1ttsburgh for the Pitt Penn game
Ne, the Senlors, have more class meetings than any other class on
record, at least, we th1nk so
Report cards agaln We always need a vacatlon to recover from
'Red Letter Day', so it 15 a good th1ng that our Thanksgiving vacatlon
starts today at 2 30
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Back to school movement in progress so sorry, but happy vacatlon
School p1ctures are in do we really look l1ke these or was there
some defect 1n the camera?
Tonlght the cheerleaders are Sp0HSOF1Hg a dance to raise some badly
needed funds 'Ditto' for the basketball team tomorrow night
Congrats are 1n order, Norma Hartzell won the wr1st watch g1ven away
for selllng magazlne subscrlptlons
What w1ll the Jun1ors do next just 1mag1ne Frlday n1ght a skating
party, and Saturday nlght a box soc1al
Mr Kata must be going to cooklng school, cause in P O D class
he always illustrates w1th a reclpe, doesn't he, Jackleo
The cho1r sang two songs 1n chapel this mornlng we won't say how
they d1d, but lf Fred Warlng could have heard them, he would
conslder havlng two glee clubs 1nstead of one! I No kiddlng, they
'The Natlvity Story , a play presented by the cho1r and the Seventh
and Elghth Grades, brought forth many worth whlle compllments from
both the school and the adults
Won't see you t1ll January 5, so M RRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEN YEAR'
Students come back w1th New Year s resolutlon a new theory of study
Relapse after Sunday ho11day
Mld week hollday
All student bralns and buslness off1cers
closed for half holxday
Getting ready for week end vacation
Chapel today We hear of the strange case of the missing p1ng pong
paddles, also of oncomlng xam1nat1ons Everyone is feeling very
sad today KNO connectlon
Shorthand II 15 ma1l1ng out gust scads of letters
to SOl1ClC advertl
1ng for the Yearbook Good pract1ce, what?
Every tudent who belongs to the T G I F Club lThank Goodness It's
Frlday 15 eagerly awaiting the 3 15 bell
We hear from the Muslc Department that Mr Ake 15 trving desperately
to keep the basses and tenors from singing the soprano part
Everyone 15 anxlousl revlewing for You Know What Earnest prayer
belng sent up 18 ord God of Hosts, be w1th us yet, Lest
forget, lest we forget ' After exams it w1l1 probably be
Lord of Hosts was w1th us not, For we forgot, for we forgot
Chapel today Because of the mov1e we saw, everyone 15 now very
intelllgent on the subject of alumlnum Don't tell, but the girls
were more interested 1n Alan Ladd
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offers this consolation to all E getters Everyone has a purpose
in life, even if 1t's to serve as a horrible example
Big News!! We have inside information, the choir 1S going to present
Chapel today From the sound of things, the boys certainly admire the
Too Fat Polka Ne observe one minute of silence at noon today The
silent minute is when report cards are handed out
Pupils are walkin around half asleep today Last night there was a
big dance at the ountry Club KNO COHHSCBIOHI
The writer is so glad 1t's Friday that she 15 without words
We were very well pleased and entertained today by the NSSPGHSGGPS
Mr and Mrs Bloom and son My how that boy could sing couldn't
It s Tuesday
Chapel We hear of the All school prom to be held Friday night, F
6 We learned from Nr Ake that one must sing from the heart W
sang 'I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now QNo Connectionl
We would like to crawl in the hole w1th the groundhog this sub zero
weather is getting us down
Decorating and Refreshment Committ es are observed dashing madly here
and there Today is 'Pnrom day Connection I
Lessons suffer as students dream over the prom We think Jimmy Hindman
and Toot Reddlnger
Fourteen more weeks to g
Senior hats, pennants and emolems 8PP1VEG 50033, so everyone at ends
class with one Wlatestn tninv in crew hats perched a various angles on
their hat racks
Chapel veryone knows that spring is here e received our annual
warning about tracking mud 1nto the school building
Did we say spring was here? B'rrr"
The day was brightened considerably by the 'St Regis Trio , who enter
tained us with their singing and piano playing
Certain seniors are seen floatlng two inches off the floor, others are
hiding their faces Reasono Oh, grades for the four years were
averaged UOGQY to find our standing in the class
Happ Birthday today to 3 Seniors Joan and Jimmy Hindman Kour twinsl,
and ancy Jane George
Congratulations and orchids to Edith Doverspike for the winring American
Legion Essay for this school Good luck at Clarion, Frida , .die
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Report cards start coming in we note the following
Attitude of Seniors Bored
Attitude of Juniors Nonchalant
Attitude of Sophomores Sophisticated
Attitude f Freshmen Relieved
Frederick Sjobiarn's splendid piano playing furnished us with a Ntres
bonu hour of entertainment today
A top o' the mornin' to all the lads and lasses today There seems
to be much Wwearin' of the Green W
The yearbook staff is acting like maniacs Mr Kata and numerous other
teachers look very much relieved The yearbook goes to press today
TH SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
The class of 'N-7 'F-+8 was guided through its last
turbulent but successful year in Alma Mater by its
Ruth williams President
Jean Wolfe Secretary
Arlene Mowery Treasurer
Bill Vorous Vice President
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the class of l9L8 of New Bethlehem Hlvh School, State of
Pennsylvania, on this twenty elghth day of Hay, ln the year of our
Lord, one thousand n1ne hundred and forty e1ght, some of our members
be1ng of sound mlnd and body, and OSSlFOUS of settlinv all school
affa1rs before enterlng upon our l1fe's work Wh1Ch we have been
prepared for, to a small degree, by th1s hlgh school, do hereby make
our last w1ll and testament
we leave our TEACHERS Qwlth utmost sg, mpathy J
THE MODERN FICTION BOOKS 1n the l1brary we leave to the ANTIQUE SHOP
THE NATER FOUNTAINS we leave to the BOYSfthat's who uses them I
THE PENCIL SHARPENERS we leave to the GIRLS Kwho else has a chance
the FRESHMEN we leave our sympathy
the SOPHOMORES we leave two more years
the JUNIORS we leave our chapel seats
for the SENIORS we leave
RALPH HILTON BOWERSOX, JR leave my beard to WHOPEFUL' PETE HODGSON
MARION SAYERS, w1ll my pencils to BILL MAGAGNOTTI
MIKE FREEMAN, leave some of my excess welght to PAUL BOLAM
MILO MARKLE, will my absent m1ndedness to KEITH STAHLMAN
JACKIE CHANEY, leave my V1V8Ci0US spirlt to MONA JEAN COCHRAN
SALLY KNIGHT will my pr1v1le e of belng ln MR MARSH'S math class
for four years to my sister PHYLLIS
1 ROBERT MANN, will my typing amnny to v1Ro1NIA DOVERSPIKE
I, VERLIE HUFBMAN, will my cousin, RALPH, to some girl who 15 Just as
mlschlevous as he 18
I, CLEORA RADAKER, w1ll my ab1l1ty to g1ggle guletly to MAGGIE NURM
and MARY JANE COPENHAVER
I JOAN HINDMAN, generously donate all future plano exerclses to
MONA JEAN COCHRAN
MARGARET GOULD, leave my 100 words per mlnute shorthand ab1l1ty
o MARY ELLEN MONERY
FRED BONANNO, w1ll m reduclng mach1ne to JACK KUBE
NORMA DINGER, will myhelghthto PAT PANCIERA
ELOISE GEORGE leave w1th my blue eyes and fa1r complexlon
PHYLLIS KUBE, leave my thinness to my brother JACK
TOOTIE TRUITT, will my 'gift of gab' to BENNY KUNDICK
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MONA JEAN BEERS, will my height to MYRLA HOLIBAUGH
VIVIAN BOWSER, will my ability to attract men to MONA JEAN COCHRAN
IRENE NOLF, will my abil1ty to keep out of mischief to WILBUR CHANKD
I, BEBE DOVERSPIKE, w1ll my long legs to PAT PANCIERA
I, DELORIS PLAVNEY, leave to MARY LOU GASTON my technique in catching the
school bus on time
I, BETTY SHUMAKER, wlll the piano bench to DORENE BURFORD
I, EDITH DOVERSPIKE, will all the loose study hall seat handles to
DOBBY HULL, leave my PH D Cpetticoat hangln' downl to JOYCE WILSON
LAWAIVE SHUMAKER, leave my ability to suffer through world history
JEAN CRAWFORD, wlll my long, dark halt and brown eyes to JANET
I, BONNIE SAMPLE, leave my entlre afternoons with MISS ARMAGOST, to the
I, RONNIE ALLSHOUSE, leave my 'heavenly bluen eyes to some blond JUNIOR
I PAUL DAVIS, will to LAWRENCE ETZEL, my trlps to the library
I, RUTH WILLIAMS, w1ll my ab1lity to wash MRS FILSON'S w1ndows to some
MONA CRAWFORD, leave my left handed wrlting ab1l1ty to MABEL SHAFFER
DELORAS NEESE, lmpart my winning smile and dimples to LOUISE CLEMANS
JOHN HOLBEN w1ll my good behavlor in MR SMlTH'S study hall to
EDNARD PLYLER, leave my 'neatness' ln typlng to someone who needs lt
DOROTHY KUHNS, leave P O D class with much regret99997
LORETFA GEORGE, w1ll my bashfulness to RITA PANCIERA
DIANE BONERSOX, w1ll my seat 1n P O D class to someone wlth a palr
NANCY GEORGE, w1l1 my excess weight to LOIS DOVLRSPIKE
I MONA McMILLAN, leave my ab1l1ty to chew gum and not get caught
AERLE UMSTEAD, leave my old cleats to anyone who wants them
HELEN FOX, w1ll my place ln the alto sectlon of the choir to DORENE
I BOB HODGSON, leave my s1ze ll football shoes to BILL McCLAFFERTY
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JACKIE SAYERS, leave my Latln ablllty to whom 15 may concern
ARLENE MONERY, leave my posltlon as treasurer to some PFOMIDGHU JUNIOR
who is a mathematlcal W1Z3Fd
I, RONNIE FOREMAN, H111 my Curley halr to ROSCOE METZ
I, ANNA JOHNS, leave to my cousln, PATSY ANN HLQS my desk 1n MR MAHSH'S
I, BILL VOROUS, leave my sk1ll of Wflylng low' over town to ART HETRICK
I, HELEN DOVLRSPIKE w1ll my red hair to JOAN COPLNHAVER
We hereby name, COHSUIUUUG, and a po1nt our princlpal, Mr Dav1d
A Dietrlch, as executor of thls, our ast N111 and Testament
In d1tness Nhereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seal this
Twenty elghth day of May, in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Forty elght
Slgned, sealed, and published, and declared as and for the Last
Wlll and Testament of sald testors 1n the presence of us
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THE YEARBOOK STAFF
Here they are the group that organized, assembled, an
typed the yearbook These are the people who dashed by 1n the
halls, dlved up the sta1rs, and pointed cameras in your faces
Working after school hours, sacr1ficing study halls, the
boys and g1rls cussed, discussed, threw things but they did a
swell job, so let's give them congratulatlons
To a1d the staff in thelr flrst attempt at editlug a year
book, were the teachers, to whom appreciation 18 due for contri
butlons of thelr time and effort
Left to Rlght -Margaret Gould Bob Hodgson
Betty Shumaker Merle Umstead
Louise B1sh Ralph Bowersox
Edith Doversplke Norma Dinger
Dobby Hull D1ane Bowersox
Fred Shaffer Ruth w111i8mS
Not P1ctured Jean Crawford D1ck Mlller
Joan Hlndman Robert Mann
Helen Fox Mlke Freeman
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FOUR VEHRS UF PROGRESS...
President Bob Hodgson
Vice-President Betty Shumaker
Secretary Jackie Chaney
Treasurer Bill Vorous
lith a shy look in his eye, today's senior
entered a new life as he inaugurated his
high school career in September, l9LL T
him the building seemed immense His first
few weeks were quite miserable as joking
upoerclassmen sent him off at four o'clock to
hunt vainly for room 19 He realized that he
was actually ngreen' and from that realization
resolved to find h1s whereabouts in New Beth
lehem High School at any cost As time went
on, the freshman gradually changed He knew
his schedule perfectly and followed his daily
routine wath the ease of a senior Moreover,
he began rubbing shoulders with upperclassmen
as he began working with them in school acti
vities He even experienced moments of ex
treme pride as upperclassmen occasionally
begged him for a copy of his homework Final
ly, the verdant freshman lost his self con
sciousness and began conversing freely with
fellow schoolmates That first year ended
with the freshman feeling satisfied that
had accomplished one major objective h
had become acqua1nted
Taking one step forward from the ranks of
freshman, the sophomore entered the year's
8CtiVit10S with a gav spirlt, mischief spark
ling in his eyes as he salut d every confused
freshman with 'GREENIF W He opened his books
with increased zeal, find'ng that his course
of study opened new worlds of facts and ideas
1nto wh1ch he had never before ventured H
saw, from Mr Bromley's interesting explanation
of the lntricate structure of a flower, more
than flrst met the eye, he met and recognized
the human side of literature as Hrs M Ka n
discussed with him the story of Silas Harner,
he broadened out from a preliminary study of
social sclence to the history of the United
States, he attacked the study of Plane Geo
metry and he began conversing with fellow
classmates on the subject of lines and angles
The sophomore, who had suffered tts year be
fore at the hands of the merciless upperclam
men, was now in the dr1ver's seat He had
the opportunity of initiating the freshmen
As the year closed, the sophomore left school
feeling he had gained much in self confidence
cooperation, and sportsmanship
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ENTER TU LEHRN DEPHRT TU SERVE..
l9h6-l9h7 1957 1958
As the first bell clanged the opening of the
new school year, the junior stepped forward
jauntily with the senlor, finally attaining
the distinction of 'Upnerclassman ' To many
this was the parting of the ways, for now
each junior had definitely decided on the
course of study he would follow This year
the pupils had the privilege of working with
lr Kata, as principal, for the first time
The pupils were greeted by Hr Hohn's smil
ing face as they entered the now familiar halls
of New Bethlehem High School to beg1n their
junior year The L'11 Abner Dance, which the
junior class sponeored,, is an event that no
junior will soon forget Even the not so-
sweet essence of onlons, floating fr m
home-made corsages which the girls had pre-
sented to their escorts, had no effect
the hilarity of the evening The juniors
felt quite proud as several members of their
class were chosen to take part in the Dra
matic Club Play, 'Never Too Late ' By the
time Ioving-Up-Day had arrived, the junior
felt well qualified to take his place as
a stately senior with h1s record of parti
cipation and accomplishment behind him
A busy year greeted today's senior as he ad
vanced to the fourth and f1nal step in his
high school career Besides his regularschool
work, he anticipated days filled to the brim
with many e tra curricular activities As
the class began organizing for social functions
each senior prepared himself for a heavy bur-
den of work Several new tasks confront d him
that of sponsoring a prom and publishing a
yearbook for the first time in the history of
the school He did his part in planning other
class activities such as dances, a bake sale
and a spaghetti supper By taking part in the
Senior Class Plav, uKeep on the Sunny Side,'
he became accustomed to performing before a
large audience The senior's chief aim for
this year was to develop his personality so
that he maght be able to grasp opportunities
of the future He attended social functions
with the idea of improving his manners and
appearance More than ever before, he tried
to make himself a well rounded individual
As the year ends, a sorry senior leaves New
Bethlehem High School and many happy exper-
iences, but he looks forward with eagerness
and hope to the llfe befor him
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HISTORY CF JUNIOR CLASS
September A, l9L5 a day that we JUHIOFS sh ll never forget was our first
day of high school Our exalted op1n1on of ourselves was soon changed by the
upper classmen who descrlbed us as a large group of 'greenhorns We, the
frlghtened ones, were 1n a daze as to what we were to do
In April of 19h6, the sophomores had thelr fun when they declded lt was
tlme to 1nit1ate us Upper classmen, telling us the horrors of lnitiatlon
had us more confused and frlghtened The day arr1ved! The ceremony wasn
as terrlble as some had descrlbed prevlous 1h1tiat1ODS to be
During the second semester our freshman class elected the following class
mates for offlcers Presldent, at Panciera V168 President, James Stewart
Secretary, V1rg1n1a Doversplke, Treasurer, Helen Huffman
Activltles in our freshman year were few a roller skating party at Alcola
Park and a class party ln the school gym A number of our class members
belonged to the choir, led by Professor L S Bromley
W1th the closlng of the school year, we looked forward to returning as
Our sophomore year much more enjoyable than the freshman year, was led
by EP6S1d6Ht, Emerson Perseghetti, V1ce Presldent, Fred Cochran, Secretary
Mona Jean Cochran, Treasurer, Margaret Wurm These off1cers performed their
dutles in a most commendable manner throughout the term
Mr Anderson, the English lnstructor, organized a Dramatlc Club, whlch
Ager's Canteen Here our class, as well as the other classes, have had many
enjoyable and lnteresting times on Frlday and Saturday evenlngs
Durlng l9L6 L7, we had a number of dances and a skatlng party The
school prom held at Alcola Park, was the outstanding soclal event for us Again
as the school year gradually came to a close, we sophomores looked forward
anxiously to the next year as upper classmen
The great day came We were Juniors and upper classmen Immedlately, we
began our plans for the school year To Miss Gruver and Mr Caruso who have
alded us wlth suggestlons for act1vit1es th1s year, our class expresses appre
c1at1on for the1r t1me and helpfulness w1th a skat1ng part , a box social,
dances, and a bake sale We published 'The Fourty N1ners, a school newspaper
The staff 1ncluded Editor 1n Ch1ef, Chester Warden, Fads and Fashions Elsie
Cerutt1, MUSIC Department, Chester Warden, Short Stories, Jim Stewart, affy
nitlons, Joyce Wllson, Current Events, Margaret Wurm, Humor, Marjorre Grube,
Sports, Kelth Stahlman, Poetry, Benny KUnd1Ck
Four members of our class, Pat Panclera, Rlta Panc1era Peggy Hepler, and
Joyce W1lson, are cheerleaders
Our Junior class 18 gulded by Presldent Fred Cochran, Vlce Presldent,
Elsie Ceruttl, Secretary, Mona Jean Cochran, reasurer, James Stewart r
JuD1OP class has had a year of happy school l1fe
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JIWIORS ROW l J1m Reinsel, Shirley McGregor, Leona Panciera, Joan Murphy, Rita Panciera, Pat
Panciera ROW 2 Jim Sayers, Julia Mangiantini, Eleanor Miller, Margaret llzrm, Dina Whiteman,
Joyce Wilson ROW 2 Wilbur Shumeker, Keith Stahlman, Jack Kube, Cel1a Shick, Ann Walker, Mary
ROW 2: Bill Magagnotti, Roscoe Metz, Jim Stewart, Chester Warden, John Neese, Jim Smith
JUNIORS ROW 1 Lucy Mae Henderson, Bernella Doverspike, Shirley Crawford, Louise Clemens, Myrla
Hollobaugh, Wesley Baughman RUN 2 Jean Hockenberry, Lois Fritz, Doris Keener, Betty Bowersox
Marjorie Grube ROW 2 Eileen Fimc, Elsie Cerutti, Mary Lou Gaston, Doreen Burford, Arthur
Hetrick, Corbin Fowkes ROW Barbara Carrier, Mary Jane Copenhaver, Ruby Darr, Keith Dinger
-FQ-I 2 Lois Calla, Peggy Hep er, Fred Cochran, Mona Cochran, Vlrginla Doverspike, Glenn Kerr
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One hundred ten Freshmen began trelr hlgr school career September
l9A6 Experlenclng COWfUSlOH the f1F5B days of school we soon adapted
ourselves to the Hlgh School customs In our flrst progect, the organ
1zat1on of our class, the followlng cl ss Ofl1C9TS were elected Blll
W11l15OU, presldent, Mary Belle Sklnner v1ce presldent, Barbara N1ll1
son secretary, Paul Sk1HH6F, treasurer Nary Belle Sklnner served as
pres1dent the greater part of the year
W1th the help of these Off1C9FS we had a flnanclally successful year
At the close of school ln June, l9L+7 we had a treasury account of 571, 68
Cf the orlglnal number, nlnety three students renalned at the close of
the flrst year 1D hlgh School Nlnety one were promoted to the sophomore
At the oeg1nn1ng of the sophomore year, WThe Class of 50 N had elghty
students enrolled The famlllar faces of the Red Bank TOWHSh1p students
were absent, as they had been transferred to Summervllle Hlgh School,
wh1ch ve hope they are happy But we mlss them here
The class offlcers th1s, our sophomore year, are, D1ck Beall, presldent,
B111 NcClafferty, v1ce presldent, Bonnle Vorous, secretary, Norma Hartzell,
Me are proud of our class and the members of our class who have success
fully represented our many school act1v1t1es 1D basketball, football, base
ball bowl1ng, cheerleadlng and muslc
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Shaffer ROW 2 Vallie Rearick, Charlotte Kamerdiener, Joanne Minich, Wanda Young, Betty Smith
Betty Lou Lowers, Paul Bolam ROW 2 Martha Lou Shumafcer, Mary Belle Skinner, Elizabeth McGregor
Janet Shoemaker, Bonnie Vorous, Mary Jane Rearick, Jerry Darr ROW L Ruth Hollenbaugh, June
Skinner, Barbara Willison, Gladys Lucas, George Bright, Hilton Panciera ROW 2 Bob Lewis, Harry
Murphy, Eileen Schreckengost, Eloise Nulph, Margaret Patrick, Dlck Beall ROW 6 Bob Boddorf,
Fred Plavney, Bill Sarakon, Bill Berger
SOPHOIORFS ROI lx Evelyn Allen, edna Lee Gerhelm, Ruth D1nger, Norma Harwell, "ary Helen Delp,
Lois Bowersox, Bill Bowersox, Herbert Aaron ROW 2 Sh1rlev Copenhaver, Els1e Fox, Arvilla
Hilliard, Phyllis Haines, Charles Evans, Gene Hetrlck ROW 2 Shu-ley Johnston, Lucille George,
Audrey Cerutti, Roger Bowser, Dick Beall, Gerald Darr, Paul Bolam ROW 5 Hazel Crissman, Faith
Cook, Ilarilyn Allen, Darrel Holben, Bill Barger ROW 2 Mary Lou Pacemyer, Dona Doverspike
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Doversplke ROW 2 Virginia Slagle, Dawn Shumaker, Joanne Grinder, Carolyn Umstead,
Margaret Wells, Louise Shilling, Phyllis Knight, Shirley Palaggo ROV 2 Peggy Barger
Patricia Skinner, Charolette Harris, Patsy Hess, Norma Shumaker, Elame Panc1ere, 'Iilda
McCauley, Nadine Kavalenko ROW 5 Carl Booser, Kenneth Blsh, Earl Harsbarger, Hilton
Shreckengost, Joan Copenhaver, Loretta Beers ROV Ray Copenhaver, Glenn Boddorf,
ROW 1 Lawrence Etzel, Tommy Craig, Alan Snyder, Lyle Skinner 'Jayne Shick ROW 4
Fecca Wolfgang, Frankie Gerhiem Lois Doverspike, Lois Lawrence, Dora liagagnotti,
GHC! Ualker, lable Shaffer, Marie Olinger ROV 2 Spurgeon Sh1lling Wavne Geist,
Barbara Fritz, Esther Keener, Dorothy Smith ROW 5 John Magagnotti ,Darl George ,
George Bonanno, Joe Anderson, Darl Shlcfc, George Thomas ROW 2 Keiih Hetrich ,
Robert Shaffer, Darrel Nolf, Denton Bailey '
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Too Awarded, New Bethlehem High School for outstandlng accomolishrent nUPt1S
Vocational Plan l9L7 L8
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Golden Rule Associat4on Troohv 1930
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Runner-bp Clarion Countv Won by New Bethlehem High School Basketball team 1935
Clarion Normal Clarion County Field Meet May 7, 1921
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Valuable Player Award 1939-AA
Inner Class Field and Track 1930-32
American Legion Award for Amerlcanlsm Essays l9L3
Football Clarion County Chamolons 19L2
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Joseph J Kata, Coach
Coach Joe Kata started his football
career 1D Ambrldge High School and continued
hls plaving in Clarion State Teachers College
Durlng those e1ght years, he played the tackle
position He captained the teams of both
schools in h1s senior year
Mr Kata began CO8Ch1ng ln N B H 5
in 1933 and durlng lj seasons, one of wh1ch
was in DuBois, C0mf1lEd a record of 93 w1ns
20 loses, and 14 t1es From 1939 through 19L9
he led the HRed and Nrlteu through 37 games
without defeat H15
seven times and tled
had three undefeated
team won the county title
once Coach Kata has
seasons, and until trls
year, h1s teams have never lost more than
Ve'd say that thls record substantlates
the belief trat the NKatanenN had a br11l1ant
In answer to a call for football men
lssued by Coach Joe Kata and Assistant Coach
Henry Caruso, about forty candldates answered
Five candldates had earned the1r letters pre
vlously E mrson Peraeghetti, ulkd Freeman
Bob Hodgson, Ron Allshouse, and Ralph Bowersox
These lettexmen formed the nucleus of the team
that the coaches built to represent New Bethle-
hem High School on the grldiron The letter
men who will not be with us next year are
Mike Freeman, Ralph Bowersox, Bob Hodgson,
Fred Shaffer, andv Sarakan, and Emerson Perse-
ghetti The l9L7 record shows 5 games won, L
lost, and 1 tied The season's record is as
Henry A Caruso, Assistant Coach
Ur Caruso 18 the first alumnus of New
Bethlehem High School to assist 1n coaching
the Newbie football team H15 first gxperl
ence w1th the Wpigskin' was in N B H S
where he played center on the football team
for four years, trree of wh1ch were spent on
the vars1ty team
Mr Caruso's college background lncludes
one year at Bucknell University, two years at
Indiana State Teachers College, and his senior
year at Clarion State Teachers College
Wh1le at Ind1ana, Ur Caruso was varsity
center for two years In 'L2, Indiana won the
Teachers College Mythical Championship That
same year, Mr Caruso made the Teachers College
All State second team
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New Bethlehem 12 St Joseph O
The Bulldogs mastered St Joe of O11 C1ty 1h the first home game of the
season The underdogs, earl, 1h the fray, became masters of the s1tuat1on
The green squad from New Bethlehem Hlgh School was really C11Ck1ng as lt gained
one f1PSE down after another and rusded and passed three touchdowns over for
a score of 19 polnts
New Bethlehem 28 Falls Creek 2
The N B H S Varslty and reserves had an offenslve f1e1d day against
a 'never say d1e' Falls Creek team Ron Allshouse starring 1n the victory march
crossed the chalk l1he for the f1rst score of the game In the fourth quarter
the N B H S Reserves came 10 for thelr share of glory by dr1v1ng over the
fourth and flnal s1x polnts of the game In the th1rd per1od, Falls Creek
displayed 1ts lone Off6HS1Ve thrust in the execution of an off tackle play that
was good for f1fty yards and a score
New Bethlehem 12 Reynoldsvllle O
Into Heyholdsv1lle the Newbles moved to defeat thelr hosts on their own
fleld 19 to O The touchdowns were made by Hodgson, Kundlck, and Perseghetti
The boys from Reynoldsville were the toughest oppos1t1on the Newbles had met,
but defeat fell to the hard flghtlng team from Reynoldsv11le
New Bethlehem O H1Ck0TX Twp 12
The Bulldogs were downed by a smart and alert H1ckory Twp squad, although
N B H S outrushed and outdowned the boys from the v1c1n1ty of Sharon I
the latter part of the f1PSC quarter, Hlckory roared over the Newble goal l1ne
for tne1r f1PSD touchdown The score remalnec 6 O uhtll the last 1ve m1hutes
of the game, when H1CkOFy'S offense a a1n took flre and put the game safely
away w1th two qulck touchdowns Our boys 1n m1d f1eld played l1ke champlons
but Just as soon as they came w1th1n the 15 yd marker, somet lng always went
am1ss The Red and Wh1te threatened three UIMCS, and each t1me penalt1es
nul11f1eo the scorlng opportunltles
New Bethlehem O Sykesv1lle 6
The second defeat of the year came at the hands of the Class B champlons,
the Leopards from Sykesville Th1s veteran squad, made up of SIXUCBD lettermen
proved too much of a match for our l1ght and lnexperienced boys Our boys
though outscored and outrushed, put up a grand ball same, winhlnv the plaudits
of the spectators, coaches, and the V181u1HE team The Newbles threatened to
score once when Persevhett1 broke off tackle and 1nto the clear, only to be
drought down from behlnd by a beautiful tackle by Dubroskl
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This game played under l1vhts at Curwensvllle was one of the most vicious
of the season The Newbles were a determ1ned ball club, but determinatlon after
leadlng for better than a half, flnally succumbed to welght, speed and experlence
of the Curwensvllle lads The H1 ht's actlon brou ht out some stell r playing,
but the idol of the evenlng was tne Red and Wh1C6'S Perseghetti
New Bethlehem 12 Brookvllle lL
After three consecutlve defeats N B H S met Brookville in a game played
1n fog so dense the players couldn't see from one goal l1ne to the other The
flrst half was all New Bethlehem, and in early MIUUUES of the thlrd quarter
the p1CDUFe had not altered much In the m1ddle of the thlrd period, the fog
llfted, and Just as thou h moved by some supernatural force, the Brookville team
took spark and ma e th1n s not for our stalwarts on the fleld The Bed and
Nhltes' sudden reversal of form had all our loyal rooters anxiously awaiting
the f1nal wh1stle and w1th 1E the ball game'
Uverpowered by thelr county rlvals, the Clarion Bobcats for the f1rst time
in 13 years, the Newbies put up one of the best battles ever sta ed between these
rivals The Bobcats, undefeated so far 1n the year, had not scored less than
30 points on any of their opponents A determlned local eleven drew first blood
and Just mlssed another w1en a costly fumble was recovered deep in the Clarion
terrltory Clarlon scored ln the second quarter and forged ahead on the success
ful try for the po1nt The th1rd perlod was a Wnip and tuck' affair, w1th both
teams scoring, thus golng 1nto the final period t1ed at 13 13 Late in this
perlod, 'Dame Fortune' deserted the Bulldog camp for that of the Bobcats, and
with that desertion went the ball game 19 13
New Bethlehem lg R1mersburg 1
A fighting and victory determined Rimersburg eleven lnvaded the Newbie
camp and were stung to the tune of lb to 7 It was a typical Newbie Rimersburg
clash, brlnglng back to memory the hard, never say d1e, pre war contests between
these two friendly county rivals The Bulldogs scored in the second and third
uarters, to win lL to 7 The Red and Whlte made ll first downs to Rimersburg
New Bethlehem O Brockway O
The ra1n dampened the score and the fans as the Red and White battled the
big and experienced eleven from Brockway to a scoreless t1e The Bulldogs
threatened to score time and aga1n, but each tlme the elements proved to be too
rugged a match Both teams resorted to aerlal tactics wh1ch CF3LKSQ'UP yardage
but could not furnlsh the touchdown po1nts So ended another Newbie season
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The cheerleadlng squad of l9L+7 I-+8 was composed
of some of New Bethlehem H1gh School's prettlest and
pep1est petltes Ruth W1ll1amS was the only Senior,
there were four Jun1ors Peggy Hepler, Pat Panclera,
Rlta Panc1era, and Joyce W1lson Bonn1e Vorous was
the only Sophomore
The cheerleaders were dressed 1n snappy red and
whlte dresses They led the students 1n 'rah rahs'
wh1ch, many a tlme, spurred our team to vlctory
The cheerleaders were the st1mul1 whlch lnduced the
students to ng1V6 out' 1n many a roof llftlng cheer
'Huth1eW Wllllams, the head cheerleader, was a
'natural' because of her ab1l1ty to lead
Bottom row Peggy Hepler, Pat Panclera Ruth W1l11ams
Top row Bonnle Vorous, Rlta Panclera, Joyce Wllson
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RCI 1 Hilton Panciera, Bob Hodgson, Iavne Geist, George Brlght, Cecil Shaffer, Ralph
Bowersox, Emerson Perseghetti, Wesley Baughman, Bill HcC1afferty, Dlck Miller
ROW 2 H A Caruso, George Thomas, Bob Louls, Keith Stahlman, Corbln Fowkes, John
Neese, Fred Cochran, Don Troup, Chester Warden, Paul Haines, Don Smail, Bill
Magagnotti, Carl Boozer, J J Kata
ROW 2 Roscoe Metz, James Hendrocx, Joe Anderson, Darl Shick, John Gould, George
Doversplke, Darl Lolf, Don Shumaker, Pete Hodgson, Bob Mann, Roger Cosmo, John
Stepulla, Bill Sarakon
The Red and wh1U8 completed one of their better years on the diamond,
w1nn1ng f1ve and losing two Coach Kata, in his first call for practice
was greeted by thirty men, all aspiring for positions on the varslty nine
The competition for posltions was keen and after two weeks of 1ntens1ve
pract1ce the following nine were chosen to represent our school Dick
Reltz, Skip Sklnner, Bill McClafferty, Bob Hepler, Luckie Whited, Marlln
Small, Benn1e Kundlck, Don Ripple, and William Magagnotti This spirited
N.B.H.S. Shannoch Valley
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ROW l Keith Hetrick, Fred Bonanno, Milo Markle, George Bonanno, Lawrence Etzel, Ronnie
Allshouse, Ralph Bowersox, Emerson P6FS8ghBtt1, Keith Stahlman, Arthur Hetrick
ROW 2 lr Henry Caruso, John Magagnotti, Jack Heichard, Carl Hetrick, Merle Umstead
John Neese, George Doverspike, Fred Cochnnn, Ur Joseph J Kata, Richard Miller
ROW 2 Keith Adams, Roscoe hetz, Jim Hendrocfc, John Holben, Gene Hetr1ck, Darell Holben
After a lapse of more than flfteen years, Coach Matty Hahn again intro
duced track 1nto the competitive sports program of our high school Coach
Hahn 1n h1S f1PSt call for practice was welcomed with a turn out of better
than twenty f1Ve boys Some of the w1nners to be were Don Ripple pole
Jump and sprlnter, Bill Cowan shot put and d1SCuS Dick Miller pole vault
Fred Cochran high Jump, Emerson Perseghevti shot put and dashes
The Red and Whlte took f1rSt 1n a tr1angular meet between Sligo High
School and Porter High School In our dual meet against Rimersburg, w
agaln took f1PSU In the Clar1on County Meet held at New Bethlehem under
the l1ghCS the competlng schools flnished in the following order Clarion
New Bethlehem, Rimersburg, Sligo, Clarion Limestone, and Shippenville
was a grand season and the boys are to be congratulated
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NHAT A WONDERFUL MAN H NOULD BE
CAA YOD DISFINGUISH A CLASSMAN9
The flrst day of school?
The Neary Blues
To Each H15 Own
If I Had
of the Bells
Plenty to be
to a Jerk
Danclng 1U the Dark
Tnat's My Deslre
Sooner or Later
Happy Days are Here A
Now 15 the Hour
In the Stlll of the Nlght
After Graduatlon Day
Begln the Begulne
B R A I N R A C E H S
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OUR HIT PARADE
'Man about town a1r
I don't know
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I'm not prepared
I haven't anythlnv to add
May I go out ton1gh
Jhat t1me shall I be 1n7
I'll brlng 1n the mllk
when I come
Report Card Day
hrs Campbell's Study Hall
'M1ke' Calling nSox
'T1l May 28
Need We Say?
We Go to College
Dur1ng the four years our class has been ln h1gh school, the Muslc
Department has been an outstandlng organlzatlon in the school After Mlss
Anne Thompson's resi natlon as lnstructor, we had no muslcal lnstructor
Not untll our sophomore year were any notes heard rlnging through the
halls Then Mr Lloyd S Bromley, our sclence 1HSCFuCtOP, musically minded,
gave of h1s time to lnstruct a mixed chorus and an orchestra Mr Bromley
left during our tnlrd year when the halls agaln were sllent unt1l a group
of glrls, who formerly recelved 1HSCPuCC1OH, started to practlce Joan
H1ndman, as leader, helped these 1n group slnging Among the publ1c appear
ances, were two ln chapel and one ln which a trio sang for the Dramatlc Club
Mr John Ake, a well tralned lnstructor, has started the music ringing
through the halls once agaln H15 schedule 1ncludes tonette class, lnter
medlate grade classes, JUH1OF and sen1or bands, choruses, orchestra, and
baton class A Student Conductlng Class 15 contemplated Slnce many of
the puplls are beglnners ln the muslcal world, they are not well known
The mixed chorus, glrls chorus, and the CPIO made a publlc appearance at
Chrlstmas t1me when the Nat1v1ty Story was told ln song by these groups and
was acted on the stage by the seventh and eighth grades
Under the lnstructlon of Mr Ake, the operetta, 'Bobble' 1S to be g1VeH
by the mixed chorus The cast has been selected wlth following members and
ass1gned roles Anne Joanne Grinder, Bob Allen Sn der, Dutchy Emerson
Perseghett1, S1lv1a R1ta Panclera, Jack Tommy Cra1g, Joan Vlrglnia
Doversp1ke, Mr Malone Jim Relnsel Mrs Malone Lois Bowersox, Ed Fred
Shaffer, Mr Velazco Chester farden, Town Constable Stanley Bowser
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Row 1 Lois Bowersox, dna Whiteman, Vlvian Bowser, Helen Fox, Xency George, Janet Shaffer, Esther
Keener, 'low 2 Dorene Burford, Evelyn Allen, Norma Shumaker, Barbara Carrier, .vhirley Copenhaver,
Pat Dancieru, Bonnxe aample, Row 3 All abeth McGregor, Mar, Jane Copenhaver, Joanne Grinder
Wrginia Doversplke, Jackie Chaney, Norma Dinner, Row L Dawn Shunaker, Rita Panciera, Leona
Panclera, Joanne Uindman, Ltr Ake, Row 5 Tommy Craig, Alan Snyder, Jim Reinsel, Bnerson Perse
ghettl, Fred Qhaffer, Row 6 Jim Stuart, Jlm Pindman, Stanlev Bowser, Artvur Het:-1ck
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Row 1 Fred Shaffer, tanley Bowser, Row 4 fue:-son Perseghetti, Rita Panciera, Virginia
Uowerspike, Joanne grinder, Jim Reinsel, Lois Bowersox, Row 3 Mary Jane Copenhaver, Tommy Craig,
Alan Snyder, Chester 'linden
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HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY
Unt1l elghteen years ago, the books for use as a llbrary were kept ln
Une pr1nc1pal's Off1C6 Because of the lnconvenlence of thls arrangement
a POFL1OH of the old aud1tor1um was set apart to make a room sultable to be
used for a llbrary
To the present t1me, four thousand books have been access1oned These
books have come from varlous sources Sever l book dF1VeS were successful
The local Literary Club has been very liberal through the years with gifts
of money to be used to purchase books Each year, th1s organlzatlon gives
to the l1brary,cop1es of the books used by the club for requlred readlng
The WClass of L7n gave a sum of money whlch has been used 1n different
ways for the llbrary
Frlenas have presented memorial bOOKS that are pl ced on a separate
shelf known as the Memorlal Shelf
From t1me to tlme, townspeople lnterested 1U the sc ool have very
generously donated volumes
The llbrary 1S also used as a readinv room The school SUbSCF1b6S to
a oally newspaper, the local weekly newspaper, and magazlnes Frequently,
townspeople buy magaz1ne subscrlptlons or donate magazlnes to the school
At the present t1me, there 15 no teacher ln charge of the llbrary
Several of the teachers asslsted bv student llbrarlans carry on the work 1n
thelr free QGFIOGS The student llbrarlans for l9L7 L8 are Delores Hull
oenlor Jackle Sayers, Senlor, Marlon Sayers Senlor, Jeanne 'olfe, Senior
Lou1se Blsh, Senlor, J1m Freeman, Senlor, Bob Hodgson, Senlor V1rgin1a
Doversplke, Junlor, Leona Panclera, Junlor, Jean Hockenberry, Junlor Emerson
P9FSSgh6CCl, Junlor, Audrey Cerutti, Sophomore, Eloise Nulph, Sophomore
Hllton Panc1era, Sophomore
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WKEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE'
Director---Miss Twila Gruver '
Ma Benson Norma Dlnger Amy Benson Jeanne Nolfe
Pa Benson h1lo Markle Dubble Bob Hodgson
Art Conners B111 Vorous Bonnle Benson Jack1e Chaney
Rutn horgan Bonnle Sample Pearle IcCune V1ViaU Bovser
Hrs G1lchr1st Delores Hull Sher1ff Meeks Merle Umstead
The Bensons are mlddle class folks who res1de 1U the small
town of Horton, not far from New York C1ty The no1semaker of
the fam1ly, lL year old Bonn1e, IHSISDS that Nthat greasy old Art
Connersn 15 Just the perfect boy fr1end for older slster Amy,
because they are both such ndrlps, wh1le Ma Benson, 1n the m1dst
of thelr warfare, decldes to rent a room to someone to help Pa,
whose pr1nt1ng shop bus1ness 15 not so good
The answer to the1r problem lS Dubb1e, who hasn't h1S memory,
but has ten dollars, so he becomes the new roomer Fa puts Dubble
to mor? 1n n1s pr1nt shop and evervtnlnc seems to oe UOIHP along
nlcely when Pa Benson falls 1nto the hands of two promoters who
tell h1m tdere 15 a fortune to be made by manufacturlny a new soft
dr1nk Ba 15 so GUCDUSIHSEIC over the 1dea that ne ralses three
thousand dollars oy plac1nD a mortgage on h1s shop and h1S home
He 15 such an lncurable Opt1mlSE that he sees a fortune star1nv
hlm 1n the face The promoters taxe Pa's money and d1sappear, and
poor Pa 15 left noldlng the bag and 1S about to lose H15 or1nt1nF
shop Am dec1des to SaCFlflCe nerself by marrylnv Art, but even
that affalr falls tnrouvn, and 13 seems that the Bensons are gO1FU
to lose out all around Pa reta1ns h1S urfa1l1ng cheerfulness
and falth 1D human nature and lS une1pectedl rewarded 1U a most
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Head for route 28
You can mance
And play golf too
Savor's that's the place
For You, You, and You.
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H. S. WILLIAMS
WOLFGONG'S GROCERY AND SERVICE
Route 28 Phone 5-R-13
' ' ' Sterling Gas and Oil
Phone 3h-J Broad Street
Groceries 6 Meats
LEEDOM 8 WORRALL COMPANY
Jared Skinner G H C Truck Sales
Mr and Mrs E Roy Himes Senior Service Scouts, I
Si vis, D Miss Ione Davis
Fraternal Order of Eagles Bowling Alley
Pete Veronesi G Sons
The students of New Bethlehem High School, your future patrons,
wish to express their sincere thanks to the many merchants of New
Bethlehem and surrounding communities wno have made the first nNew
bie Silhouetten possible
W. H. 1 . D. S.
Con-lr Hmcnfs of
The Case of the Successful Famlly
Or why the New Underwood Champ1on Portable offers
the keys to better wrltln
Father opened the case 1n the l1V1HE room
and proudly olsplafed he new, streamllred
Cnamplon the nandsonest portaole typemr1ter
the famlly had ever seen
Said Betty,WIg'5 marvelous such smooth,
easy actlon and what cleancut typ1ng
Just wait un 11 the n1story orof sees my
NIt's neat,n Bill exclaimed nTh1S
way even writlng comoos1t1ons is a
lot of fun And, I'll have to talk
to Dao about gettlng me an Under
wood Champion when I go to college
next year W
One or more of the famlly take a turn
on the Underwood ChamD1On Portable
Motner has caught uo on her corres
ondence Father has written speeches
memos, and r ports Why not get a
WChampion' 1n your dome You'll f1nd
1C holds the keys that unlock the doors
to advancement and progress
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Lewyt Vacuum Cleaners
Temco Gas Clrcul tlng Heaters
WRuscoW All Metal Storm
L1EhCOl16r' Llghtlng Flxtures
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Compliments of Compliments of
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Phone 125 1 New Bethlehem
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