New Haven High School - Mirage Yearbook (New Haven, IN)

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To improve the quality of the Mirage and Bull- dog's Bark, Miss Elizabeth Leaird and Miss Marge Eichel attended a special summer course at Indiana University to study high school journalistic problems. To mix pleasure with work, Mr. Byron Downey, the shorthand and typing instructor, gives assignments in artistic typing, which is his hobby. He is co- sponsor of the freshman class. Miss Ann Haller, the art instructor, has won many prizes in her hobby of ceramics. She is co- sponsor of the freshman class. Private piano lessons are given by Miss Evelyn Walter to high school students after school. Mrs. Young, the school's efficient secretary, is an important member of the school system. Mr. Carl Buffenbarger coached the team to the first N.E.l.C. championship. Mrs, Wanda Nowels, the girls' physical education instructor. is introducing new sports, along with the driving course. The school is proud -of its music instructor, Mr. Bernard Pressler, who appears as first trombonist in the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra. le Thir Pzzgf Spomorm' I7-1' Dr. E, Ill. Hm'I:.n', .'Vr'zr Hizzwn, lmlfmli I IL, S1 11 1' I i 1 Y The freshmen are ,learning about insects, plants, and ahimals in Mr. Nelson's biology class. English Four is an excellent prepar- ation for college. The students learn to apply the mechanics of writing in the many themes required. One semester is also devoted to English literature. Life can be made more beautiful as any girl in home economics will tell you. Besides helping find information, the student librarians keep order in the library, sign books out, check books in, and keep the shelves in order. Left io right-Miss Walker, Ruth Wiese, Eileen Gephart, Ted Black, and Dorothy Butler. l',f!,5f,f lfigfn l'f1if ljilxlfl' .N',-omorml fry l'oz11fL,',,r Florin rum' frI't'L'1l!l0I!A't', Liu Romi, Farr H'7ll'l'IlL', Ifm'ia11a The future orators are being trained in speech class. Maybe a Patrick Henry will come from this group. These students enjoyed painting the town. Of course, the painting was part of a town mural created in art class. Left to right: Jerry Vodde, Jerry Kost, Dorothy Downs, Beverly Springer, Doris Downs, and Roger Hill. Ruth Wiese, Barbara Bell, and Mar- jorie Burkett, first year typists. can type over fifty words a minute. Herman Koenig and Kenneth Augenstein, second year typists, do very accurate work. The "know-how" of a movie pro- jector is the object of the Projectionist's Club. Anyone of this group can operate the projector. Left to right--Norman Wilson, Don Ehle, Charles Frock, Lavon Miller, Ervin Kleber, Robert Easterday. Walter Lampe, Allan Nyberg, George Brueggemann, John Ward, Marvin Stegmann, Arthur Ruoff, Warren Grover, Don Hathaway. Betty Fultz was not present for the picture. TMJ Page SPOIZSOFFJ by H'a1V1'5Iz' Floral Shop--Hzrri P Lholl 6 6 F It Itlzyzis, lniifana 111 if s f 'Zn- 2:-ff Ll I OGC 79S O i' C The athletic department is under the supervision of two fine and able coaches, Coach Carl Buffenbarger and Assistant Coach Paul Weaver. Mr. Weaver, a new addition to the athletic section this year, directs the dcstinies of the freshman and junior high teams, while Mr. BufTenbarger super- vises the varsity and second teams. age' 'l'1'f1 Tlfix Pugf' S1lOllf0I'z'.l llll' lJfaixi11g'5 Cuff, NHL' HLI'l'c'l1, Imfiumz Va rsffy qua First row-Ronald Smith. Jack Gladieux. Darwin Klenke, Joe Ellison, Richard Stuerzenberger, Dallas Cutler. Robert Easterday, Duane Moore. Second row-Assistant Coach Paul Weaver, Norman Ellenberger, Richard Schrader, Kenny Augenstein. Harold Parker. Ed Suttor, Don Weinman, Arthur Ruofl. Walter Lampe, Coach Carl Buffenbarger. ' N F3'L2S!7l77L7l7 G17 bO,D YOHZOVL2 QCIHI First row-Robert Knox, Don Ort. Jack Funk, Billy Winans, Jerry McKee, Nelson Furthmiller. Second row-Robert David. Harold Albersmeyer, Roy Hathaway. Duane Moore, Edward Pfeiffer. Harry Robinson. Kenny Renno. Russell Roemer. Third row-Assistant Coach Paul Weaver, Don Graves, Robert Bell. Norman Ellenberger. Mervin Baker, Roland Vaughn, James Glover, William Guis- inger. Coach Carl Buffenbarger. if Iiigr .Yfof1,fof'f.f lu .xlffffirw .N'tQ1'f, X, 1" 11'.f:-,f1, Iihfjilrlil Pilgr Fl The Starting Efeven Line-Harold Parker, Arthur Ruoff, Richard Stuerzenberger, Robert Easterday, Dallas Cutler, Ed Suttor, Don Weinman. Backiield-Darwin Klenke, Kenny Augenstein, Jack Gladieux, Richard Schrader. "PIGSKIN" FINAL Won 1-Lost 7 The New Haven Bulldogs opened their 1947 football campaign on September 12, against the strong Bluffton Tigers at Bluffton. The Bulldogs scored their lone tally in the fourth quarter, as the Bulldogs dropped their inaugural tilt to :he Tigers, 18-6. In the second game, the Bulldogs lost. to Columbia City, 18-13, and again on September 26 the Bulldogs were defeated by Decatur 18-6. Portland handed the Bulldogs a 27-0 defeat for their fourth loss of the season. On October 11, the Bulldogs lost to Garrett, 20-13, and again when they dropped a 40-0 decision to the Auburn Red Devils. Showing a grim determination, the New Haven Bulldogs brought to a close their 1947 gridiron season by scoring a 7-0 victory over the Concordia Cadets on October 22. The victorious Bulldogs, who hit pay-dirt in the second quarter on Schrader's touchdown and conversion by Ellenberger, walked off of the Held with a well fought and hard earned victory. FRESHMAN REVIEW Won 4-Lost 0 For the first time in the school history, New Haven supported a Freshman and Sophomore football team. This fighting team proved that New Haven will be a strong eleven on the gridiron in the near future with their perfect record of four victories and no defeats. New Haven 7 Decatur 0 New Haven 19 South Side 0 New Haven 19 Bluffton 7 New Haven 19 Central Cath-olic 6 1 l'1r.'fl1fe iipflil Pfrgr SfDllXOI't'ij by Elauooiflr Sur-:ire Slation, New Haven 111111111111 Girfs ' Oftlmll First row-Janet Hocke- meyer, Lois Rosswurm, Ruth Wiese, Marjorie Zink. Second row-Dorothy Gir- ardot, Rose Stemmler, Carol Glaze, Wanda White, Jacquelyn Rich- hart, Barbara Bell. First row - Vera Butt, J-oan Hawk, Lois Pavey, Marceil Vodde, Nancy Fultz, Second Row-Miriam Van Kirk, Marilyn VanKirk, Ruthann Gabet, Marilyn Sturm, Vera Vonderau, Delaine Koester, Mary Catherine Louden. Individual archers: Ruth Wiese, Delaine Koester, and Nancy VanKirk. M V 13: XY 3 V ,ks- , Q 1 , lf A sam 5 The athletic program for girls at N.H,H.S. consists of softball, and archery in the fallg basketball in the winterg and volleyball and track in the spring This Page Sf3011K0I'FJ by BtIIlfFl'lI1L7lI,J' Elm Emi IUarK'f'!, IVML' Htvrru, Imfimm P1 Ill gg full f x 4, . 'X' l. R Fa Evenfs First row-several freshmen seem to be having accidents . . . Sunshine Dinky Formal Winners . . . high school press conference at Franklin . . . Second row-an after game sport dance scene . . . two hall scenes . . . Third row-monitor on duty . . . an underclassman having picture taken for Mirage .... I fo-l,,-,H,, TM, lhflgl- .X'f01f,fo1'r.l by 1'wI'lIiI Di,rn'il111for5, Izzy., 4-Ur E, ,'i111rl'w1f'i.lg'e, For! Iillyrlf, Illiffzllhl 5- 1' sw, A iewfefv .y A '-' QS- I7 . 'C Ns... Fa!! Evenfs First row-Chamber of Commerce Halloween Festival scenes. Second row-Sophomore party and Halloween Festival. Third row-Library scene . . . hall scene . . . Sunshine Dinky formal. Fourth row-The fall organization meeting of Mirage. A freshman biology class gathering leaves. hif Page Sfozzforfii by I-Inrfxr mn! S011 1"1lm'11zl Horus, Nun' fir!-lz'71, Imfiamz Ijilgr Fijfre ,Va l "4 :a,, 'I , . 'I k 1 1 -.V . 'J , '7 J dprl A vi 1 A w 1 , 1- unxf .., J .. , 1 n ,Q . 1 f ' .- 1 , " Y 4 '. ' r 'flu N f ,. 4 lv 01' up w. M -,v- -'Uv ,1' s x I vi l'l"v'l, ". ,n r-.M ' ,V r,,:m- , , " 1, X f'?1'v.'g.' 15. .V f". . ' .- AJi'.mmflf-"'1- 1 ' - ' -- --fx ' W.iLanm-Mrnpg A-5-x4 "---v , ., , sl' , --sup, .Y 01f1z1f1zLm1'fy Genes First row-A familiar approach to New Haven . . . the County Branch Library. Second row-One of the Newest buildings in the town is Guillaume's Food Store . . . One of the most prominent spots in the community. Third row-The new Arrington Theatre and Skyline Grill adds beauty to the town . . . A county tournament lot scene. 15511 ' af I WI.7fl fer An annual event is the trim! ming of the Christmas treo by the senior members of the Stu- dent Council. 1 ..l. ,355 Emi-..-" ' fig xy 1.1 -vs ,raw px!-x .fi221',ZQ?ef, is ,Q W. .I -1'-,H a ff 530 5, , -wi 5' 5,11 : Q ,- ,Qfgz Q-15 , - . S 77" 3' was H Sl7OLL'Z7L1!! HOP Slll7S!7I.l7Q Qw!7l'l.S7.ll77ClS IQCIIYQUQIL L . - Ti fuczlenf ongress Evey Tuesday morning the president, vice-president, and three representa- tives from each class met in room seven under the name of Student Council. This group had a real task to complete because the general purposes of Student Council are: to promote school activities, to develop a respect for school property, to provide for general welfare of the student body. and to aid the administration in advancing its policies for the betterment of the school. The activities of the year included the completion and distribution of the "Student Handbook," the conduction of the election for cheer leaders, the arrangements for the Thanksgiving Convocation, and the sponsorship of the t'Snowball Hop." The Student Council. under the supervision of Miss Harriet Daniels was under the leadership of the following officers: president, Doris Meyers, Vice- president, Eunice Heineg secretary, Stephan Bruder: treasurer, Keith Emenhiser. Seated-Keith Emenhiser, Eunice Heine, Miss Daniels, Doris Meyers, Stephen Bruder. Standing-James Blaising, Betty Fultz, Don Meyer, Jerry Hazelet, Edward Pfeiffer, Harold Parker, Delores Voors, Roy Hathaway, Eileen Gephart, Patricia Doctor, Virginia Renno, Roland Vaughn, Wanda White, Virginia Lunz, Katherine Wicdemann, Bill Critchheld.. illffpiff TMJ l'irqf .N'jiof1,fom',l fl-1' ,Vu-:L llfzezwfeY'f11f1'111u11 lffjllifil' fZ',Xi!lilllkLfL', !Vmu Hizezwu, Imfi 'J' dm n in I QSM Seated-Joanne Poirson. Lucille Doctor. David Felt, Katherine Wiedemann. and Bonnie Stoneburner. Standing-Donald Jackson, Nancy Fultz, Ruthann Gabet, Betty Fultz, Don Coulardot, Carolyn Davidson, Arthur Ruoff, Jerry Vodde, John Ward, Joe Kilpatrick, and Robert Fleming. lxlirage Affmrns Tile Year Early in the fall Miss Leaird announced the positions for the Mirage staff. October found the Mirage campaign in full swing under the direction of the business manager, Katherine Wiedemann, and the subscription managers, Joanne Poirson and Don Jackson. A total of 333 books was sold. Advertisements were obtained by Robert Fleming and Bonnie Stoneburner. Of course, the editor, David Felt and the assistant editor, Lucille Doctor, were busy planning and supervising the work. Waunita Davis, organization and club editor, did a wonderful job in compil- ing information and news. Betty Fultz and Carolyn Davidson checked the write-ups and assisted the editor in the layout. Miriam Bandelier assisted the three girls in many ways, The class editors: Jerry Vodde, senior class: Barbara Bell, junior class: Nancy Fultz, sophomore class: and Martha Wiedeinann, fresh' man class. checked questionnaires, pictures, and prepared copy. Some positions called for more than others. and many students aided others in getting their work done when their position did not require extra effort. The staff wants to thank Beverly Springer. and Miss Haller for the art work. Other positions were filled as follows: Sports, Donald Coulardot. John Ward, Arthur Ruoff, and Ruthann Gabet: Photographers, Phyllis Bremer, Donald Coul- ardot. Joe Kilpatrick. Dick Schrader, and Delores Schnorr. if Pizgf SIl0llSO1't'if by AIQOII Pl'ii1li,'1Q Co., .Yzzr Ifizzwff, 1u.Ilin1.1 lizgr iN'iiIn'h'E Buffalegsg eli Bark Ealfzfs The News Early in the fall Miss Eichel, the faculty sponsor, announced the major positions of the newspaper staff: Carolyn Davidson, editorg Betty Fultz and David Felt, assistant editorsg and Warren Grover, business manager. The paper, a project of the journalism class during the first semester, is pub- lished as the class learns the principles of journalism. In November the Bull- dogs' Bark received its first Certificate of Membership to the Indiana High School Press Association. THE STAFF AT WORK Back row-Edythe Yant, Miss Eichel, Lois Rosswurm, Dav- id Felt, Betty Fultz, Waun- ita Davis, Carolyn David- son. Front row-Mary Koester, Don Jackson, Delores Schnorr, and Bob Fleming. Booster Cfulv Promotes Sporzfsmans 7327 The Booster Club, sponsored by Mr. Leslie Pensinger, helps boost all sports, and promotes respect for public property. The main task of the group was to decorate the gym for the county tourna- ment. Out of the 100 members -the follow- ing officers were chosen: President, George Spohr: vice-president, Don Weinmang sec- retary, Duane Mooreg and treasurer, Elwood Tieman. Pictured from left to right: Duane Moore, Don Weinman, George Spohr. large Tauenly 'l'!1i.f Ihzgw Spofzmriul' by Dr. P. E, Ivliller, New Haven, Imlimm Un tczge. The twenty-seven members of Masque and Gavel enjoyed the following activities of the year: Christmas dinner. initiation, canteen management, presen- tation of the three act comedy "The Importance of Being Young." a banquet, and u business meeting on the first Wednesday of each month.. On January 5, George Brueggemann, David Felt, Wanda White, John Ward, and Don Putt were heard over WKJG on the "City Desk" program sponsored by the Journal-Gazette. These Five members of Masque and Gavel gave a lively round-table discussion on the question, "Shall America Aid Europe?" The Masque and Gavel members are under the supervision of Miss Marga- Eichel and the following officers: President. George Brueggcmanng vice-president. Walter Lampe: secretary, Katherine Wiedemann: treasurer. Jerry Vodde. Back row: Mary Koester, Doris Meyers, Nancy Bewley, Delores Federspiel, John Ward. Lucille Doctor. Donna Ballinger. David Felt. Irene Doehrmann. Car- olee Schnelker. Margaret Albersmeyer. Don Jackson, Don Putt. Bob Fleming, Wanda White. First row: Ruth Wiese, Waunita Davis. Katherine Wiedemann, Thelma Parker. George Brueggemann, Mary Ann Bremer. Jerry Vodde, Bonnie Orem, Betty Fultz, Walter Lampe.. Yhir Page Sjiouxorfii by Home of t.'!1i1r1r1, .Yr-xt' flifzifz, lu.Iiir:1.1 film' TILMI i 1 I lg lv7L'Fllfll'-fIL'O ,IW -ss A - -. 'tt . fn' 4 A it Q' 'L First row: M. Saalfrank, M. Gasper, L. Ulmer, R. Wiese, T. Parker, Mary Koest- er, M. Koester, V. Butt, L. Chambers, S. DeLeon, Miss Walker, Miss Royster, Second row: H. Bearman. B. Zehrung, R. Maroney, G. Pavey, E. Yant, S. Heath, C. Peck, P. Seibert, M. Vodde, B. Fahlsing, B. Zehr, B. Girardot, D .Richhart. Third row: M. Wiedemann, P. Berry, R. Sternmler, D. Heemsoth, B. Bolyard, D. Federspiel, D. Girardot, M. Burkett, J. Welch, E. Gephart. B. Cheney, A. Kitchen. T. Bowers, W. Linn. Fourth row: A. Bradtmueller, N. Bruick, I. Doehrmann, M. A. Bremer, C. Schnel- ker, W. Davis, V. Renno, S. Kollman, M. Albersmeyer, D. Ballinger, C. Kryder, P. Borcherding, A. Busche, M. L. Coleman, J. Winchester. Fifth row: D. Koester, L. Pavey, Y. DeLeon, V. Arnold, N. Fultz, M. C. Louden, M. Sturm, L. Arter, V. Vonderau, N. VanKirk, C. Slauf, S. Potts, D. Bandel- ier. Sixth row: M. Zink, M. Doctor, B. Green, E. Phillips, D. Voors, P. Meyer, B. Anderson, M. A. Huffer, D. Parker, P. Bremer, C. Davidson, B. Fultz, B. Emrick, C. Heckman, S. Metzger, D. Minick, M. Bandelier, D. Graeber. Seventh row: J. Hockemeyer. M. Hamman, M. Heine, E.. Heine, M. Quance, J. Tucker, M. Van Kirk, M. Van Kirk, T. Voors, L. Rosswurm, T. Anderson, K. Bruick, F. Lahrrnan, D. Fiedler, M. Burwell, K. Fiedler, N. Bewley, W. White, J. Richhart. Eighth row: M. Bixler. D. Goeglein, C. Hanefeld, A. Gliedt, M. Bradtmueller, P. Jackson, L. McFadden, S. Girardot. G. Melcher, D. Schnorr. M. Winans, V. Lunz, D. Messmann, B. Stoneburner, J. Poirson, S. McKinney. The Suns 'YIUVZQVS The girls of the Sunshine Society have had a busy year with the main attractions being the formal dinky party, tag day, underprivileged Children's Christmas party, Christmas dinner party, and the tea for their "Ideal Ladies." The purpose of the organization is to help others and to spread sunshine. The oilficers for the year are: President, Mary Lou Koesterg vice-president, Ruth Wieseq secretary, Vera Butt: treasurer, Thelma Parker, Publicity chairman, Marilyn Koester. The girls are under the direction of Miss Walker and Miss Roystcr. One-hundred thirty-seven girls are members of the society. The second Thursday of cach month is thc scheduled date for the meetings. is livin' .X'f'of1w1'i'.I by lifrilifrlxv Sllffllvl' .mil Conf CO., JVAL' Iilrlffil, 111 fl Provfczles Many ACfl.Ul-f7.QS ' The general purposes of the Girls' Athletic Association are: To have every girl in some sport activity and to promote sportsmanship. Regular meetings are held every third Thursday of each month. Activities of the G.A.A. in 1947-48 included a Weiner bake in the fall to welcome freshmen members, a softball tourney, the basketball tourney on March 5, and volleyball. Two basketball teams journeyed to Concordia and encountered Concordia's teams. Both New Haven teams were victorious. The annual G.A.A. banquet was held on April 22 as a farewell to senior members and for the initia- tion of new officers. The G.A.A. is sponsored by Mrs. Wanda Nowels, physical education instruc- tor, and was under the leadership of the following officers: President, Betty Fultzg vice-president, Ruth Wiese: secretary, Marilyn Sturm, treasurer, Lucille Doctor, and news reporter, Marceil Vodde. First row: Mrs. Nowels. Betty Fultz. Second row: Marceil Vodde, Ruth Wiese, Lucille Doctor, Marilyn Sturm. Third row: Delores Federspiel, Dorothy Girardot. Irene Doehrmann. Mary Ann Bremer. Thelma Parker, Carolee Schnelker, Waunita Davis. Fourth row: Audrey Kitchen, Mariam Van Kirk. Marilyn Van Kirk, Joan Tucker, Margaret Quance. Carolyn Davidson, Donna Ballinger. Margaret Albers- meyer. Fifth row: Phyllis Seibert, Arlene Bradtmueller. Norma Jean Bruick, Betty Girardot, Delores Richhart, Sue Heath, Rose Stemmler. Donna Heemsoth, Ruthann Gabet, Phyllis Bremer. Sixth row: Lois Arter, Virginia Arnold, Nancy Fultz, Yvonne DeLeon, Mary C. Louden, Vera Butt, Vera Vonderau, Nancy Van Kirk, Rita Osborn. Seventh row: Joan Hawk, Marietta Doctor, Barbara Green, Lois McFadden, Esther Phillips. Phyllis Wayer, Delores Voors, Lucille Ulmer, Sue Kollman, Virginia Renno, Darlene Parker. Eighth row: Delaine Koester, Lois Pavey. Shirley Holt, Mary A. Huffer, Barbara Anderson, Sue Glaze, Patricia Doctor, Lois Rosswurm, Thelma Voors, Betty Emrick, Carol Heckman. 1 Iggy Slwgfyj-gn-Af Iii' :Hfr11',: Sz'l'Z't.'r' S.'cUf0i1, Avfil Hariri, lmfnrfm lilgl' Y':L'r11!t flue First Whitelock, Allan Critchiield. Second row: Harold Stone, Sue Glaze, Carol Peck, and Hazel Bremer. First Hill. Second row: Robert White, Donald Whitacre, 5 Top picture-Officers 8: Director First row: Ruth Wiese, publicityg Nancy Van Kirk, librarian, Mr. Presslerg Gene Critchfield, captaing Robert Whitacre, quartermaster. Second row: Ruthann Gabet, secretary, Glenna Arnold, librarian, Wanda White, librariang and Vera Butt, treasurer. N Below Harold Albersmeyer, Gene Critchfield, Max Krauter, Beverly Cheney, Bonnie George, Marilyn Van Kirk, Miriam Van Kirk, Joyce Lake, Grace Wiese, and IA .1 . . he Now . Q if of li iv' Phyllis Arn-old. f Zn. mi tl Below row: Shirley Metzger, Vera Butt, Judy row: James Blaising, Ted Black, Roger and Mary Ann Huffer. Ki.. Ab-Ove First 1-ow: Vernon Burkett, Jerry Hazelet, Glenna Arnold. Second row: Robert Whitacre, Harry Rob- inson, and Joe Kilpatrick. l'.f,4If 7'1uw1f'1'-fofff' Tffiv 1'.1.Q'r' -QP011.-'omni fn' lfiaifldfil lf. C9Hlffff"', NHL' HfWf"', 1"fff1l"f7 Top picture Barbara Bell, Richard Straub, Janet Book- out, Ruth Wiese, and Virginia Arnold. Below First row: Ruthann Gabet, Don Ort, Wanda White, Richard Uhrick, Franklin For- syth. Second row: Phyllis Bookout, Stanley Girf ardot, Carol Heckman, and Mary Miller. V Below First row: Lois Chambers, Richard Hainnian. Barbara Anderson, Nancy Van Kirk. Second row: Robert Rudolph and Bill Critch- Held. Twirling Tcani and Drum Major Virginia Lunz. Donna Hccmsoth. Dorothy Girardot. Delores Feclerspicl. Joan Wclch. Jacqueline Richhart. Bonnic Stoneburncr. Gene Criiclillc-ld. Drum Major. Above Freshmen Twirlers Betty Emrick, Phyllis Wayer, and Donna Graeber. ...c ,U 19 has .,.,, This Pugr Sjrozzxonul lint' Rinffizzil lf, LJ,fff!fir1', Nun' Hiuwff, lz1.!l.m.f Pagr 'I'-:uif1.'1-firm P H by ' n 1 L 1 - 1 , ! 9 , I 4 Concert Bama? Marches On Under the direction of Mr. Bernard Pressler, the concert band was a regular- ly scheduled third period class. Activities of the year began with the marching displays at the football games. Gene Critchfield reigned as New Haven's first drum mayor. As is the custom, the band presented fall, winter, and spring concerts. The band, the first in the Fort Wayne area to be televised, was also the first to play in a series of broadcasts featuring the outstanding high school bands of north- eastern Indiana. On February 14, the band was host to the annual Allen County Band Festival. On February 23, eight soloists and three ensembles won superior :atings in the State Solo-Ensemble Contest. Cfzorus ,times Up The chorus under the direction of Mr. Pressler increased its membership to sixty-eight. At the beginning of the year the officers were: Dallas Cutler, presi-I dentg Barbara Bell, vice-president, Nancy Van Kirk, secretary-treasurer. At mid semester because Dallas left for the Navy, LeRoy Miner was elected president. Activities included singing at the Allen County Teachers' Institute and at the various assembly programs. First row: J. Welch. J. Kleber, D. Federspiel, Joan Kleber, R. Claus, G. Critch- field, R. Hill, P. Schladenhauffen, G. Pavey, S. Smith, J. Winchester. Seccnd row: P. Seibert, M. Albersmeyer. V. Vonderau, J. Franke, A. Nyberg, V. Burkett. L. Miller, B. Winans, D. Girardot, V. Renno, J. Poirson. Thiid row: S. Kollman, C. Slauf, D. Ballinger, N. Bewley, G. Hill, F. Forsyth, D. Wilson, R. Bruick, M. Gephart, M. Sturm, D. Butler. Fourih 1-ow: M. Louden, R. Osborn, C. Weitzman, B. Patty, R. Easterday, B. Huguenard, V. Roussey, H. Bremer, M. Harriman, J. Hockemeyer, B. Duni- fon, G. Bruick, W. Lampe, H. Buhr, R. Steminler, R. Wiese, S. McKinney. Sixth row: M. Burwell. N. Van Kirk, J. Richhart, W. White, A. Schweigel, F. Nahrwold, H. Andcrson, J. Kilpatrick, N. Wilson, R. Locke, J. Kost. I luwlli'-si.x' 'lffif Iifgr Sjiomorfii by Pnrwis Drug Sfare, New Havrzz, Inlm In First row: Coach Buffenbarger, Roland Smith, Harold Buhr, Richard Stuerzen- berger, Walter Lampe, Arthur Ruoff, Russell Melntosh, Marvin Meyer, Don Weinman. Second rcw: Allan Nyberg, Jerry Vodde. Richard Schrader, Darwin Klenke, LeRoy Miner. Roland Vaughn, Mervin Baker, Karl Brincefield, Robert Locke. Third row: Lloyd Thomas, George Spohr, Harold Parker, Norman Ellenberger, Kenneth Augenstein. Jack Gladieux, Edward Suttor, Lavon Miller, Robert Easterday, Paul Schladenhauffen, Eugene Meyer. Fourth row: Keith Emenhiser. Joe Ellison, Robert Claus. Donald Graves, Maurice Bowser, Wayne Heemsoth, Vernon Burkett, Eugene Bruick, Richard Kitchen, Alfred Baatz. THERE ARE MANY LETTERMEN The membership of the Lcttermans Club consists of forty-seven boys who have earned major awards in basketball, baseball, or football. The cheer leaders who have earned a letter are also included in this group. The purpose of the club is to control the use of award system for boys and to improve conditions that are connected with the organization. A new point system for awarding letters was set up and adopted as a project for the year. An exhibition game of the Zollner Pistons was sponsored by the Lettermairs Club at the beginning of the school year. Mr. Carl Buffenbarger is the sponsor of the club and the officers are as follows: President, Jack Gladieux: vice-president. Dick Schrader: secretary, Kenneth Augenstein: treasurer Don Weinman. CHEER LEADERS Robert Fleming, Suc Heath. and Jerry Vodde.. if Page SfOIlJOl'."tf lu' 1Jc'fl1.XE C,'ft'l1m'r5, ,Nlzt Il.f1'i'f1, ll1.1'i.1m1 Plug, Y'-uwzfll' Q nz czskefbczllf And How NEW HAVEN Won Its First N.E.I.C. Championship Coach Buffenbarger and his quintet began their bid for the North Eastern Indiana Conference championship by winning over the high flying Garrett Five early in December, and then marching on victorious through six contests before losing their final conference tilt to Kendallville. THE ROAD TO GLORY . . . . IN COLD STATISTICS New Haven Garrett 30 W L Pts Op. New Haven Auburn 40 NEW HAVEN 6 1 285 241 New Haven Decatur 35 Kendallville 5 2 264 238 New Haven Columbia City 37 Garrett 5 2 283 219 New Haven Warsaw 38 Auburn 4 3 302 293 New Haven Bluffton 23 Decatur 3 4 291 290 New Haven Kendallville 34 Columbia City 3 4 293 311 Bluffton 1 6 209 301 Warsaw 1 6 262 318 Non Conference Scores New Haven Huntertown 35 New Haven 33 C. Catholic 36 New Haven Berne 26 New Haven 34 Elmhurst 26 New Haven Monroeville 40 New Haven 42 Hoagland 27 New Haven Leo 28 Blind Tourney New Haven C. Catholic 45 New Haven 28 Berne 33 New Haven Concordia 39 New Haven 50 Bluffton 36 1- Q. pu ,X ff Left to right: Robert Claus, Marvin Meyer, Eugene Meyer, Mervin Baker, Edward Suttor, Don Weinman, Norman Ellenberger, Harold Parker, Jack Gladieux. Kenneth Augcnstein, LeRoy Miner, Darwin Klenkc and Coach Buffenbarger. ytgrf Y'q4-gyyf,1'-gjg!,f Tilly Pmgr Sfomorfll !7'l' AUM' Hu-P511 lii1,4w'.1', Nam Haven, 11111 11 Q, W' S21 .fs I E 2 5 V29 '26 ' 1 5 3 .A .1 E b ., N TX'H5fL'f" A ' Q.. i W 5 Q in V Aucemstifm-9 ff M. bgsyxga V-,q5U'lfI Qf A +,,.fpARKe- J H .5 - .x Q W ' .25 , , 21, f n' F J, 5 A v'7Xk, I Q-ws 5"E.Mm-5.-3 GsAD'fW i I 32 if J X .. 5 I WON 14-LOST 2 Second Team First row: Harold Buhr, Roland Vaughn, Eugene Bruick, Harold Carpenter, Nor- man Tatrnan, William Guisinger, Stephen Bruder, Loren Harber. Second row: Richard Kitchen, Maurice Bowser, Robert Locke, Karl Brincefield. Donald Graves, Russell Roemer, Duane Moore, Vernon Burkett. WON 9-LOST 2 Freshmen Team First row: Kenneth Ronno, Howard Parker, Jerry Hazelett, James Blaising, Nor- man Bermes, Norman Tatman, William Guisinger, Jerry Kerns. Second row: James Stauffer, Kenneth Fogel, Paul Goeglein, Kenneth Hermann. Stanley Girardot. Edwin Rosswurm, Russell Roemer, Richard Uhrick. Third row: Mr. Paul Weaver, Robert Forsyth, Harold Stone. Dodie Patton, George Cook, Kedric Ballinger. gr Tffirl-1' ffm Pimp .N'j'o11,-ofml lu' .Yrcv llilzwl l,nmln'1' um! Sllf'f'lvl4 C,'0,, ZVUQL' Ifirqwx, lmfitz if? QM ffm ,, rg f s f f:-5 Hp. f 5zl?' f,'f:3 A , N, . Yr ' Q ,I-,-.qf.,,, all Av". m 4 1 aa X Hai Zh.. I-QE SfOl1IOl'i.i by Parfnl CHL tra H , 1 V , .ff .M f N f xL'iL'IIA!I'1f1,1!!lI I 1 A f 11 Q X! ECN .lf " M ay, it P- ,V , T , Q 'Q szfll.. , pg? , 'tr ,M Q V Q4 vn Top left: Gathered around the tepee. the freshmen were awarded first prize for their decorations. Top right: Dressed as Scots, the senior class repeated last year's performance by winning the boys' class tournament. Bottom left: Night gowns and pajamas were the style for thc juniors who captured the girls' class tournament. Bottom right: An outstanding display of sportsmanship won the sophomores the second prize for decorations. Center: Bonnie Stoneburner and Gene Critchfield in the performance of a New Year's program at thc half of the Kendaiivilie-New Haven game. nge Tfzirly-lfu.'0 Tfzii 12:45 S1'0IH01'c'if Ivy llrlfir Skclllllg Rivk ! 1 X 4-. f X Top left: Girls' Intramural: Top center: Wanda White. Bob Rudolph. and Bonnie Stoneburner characterizing the "Too Fat Polka." Top right: Terry Smith. Center left: County Tournament scene: Center right: Senior boys. winner of the boys' class tournament. Bottom left: Band in action at a basketball game: Bottom right: Presentation of the flag. Yhif Pagf Spoflxorsii by .NQQL4 Hgq-,nz Tool c.vOHlf'il7lvl, .Yi-:L H.1:'if:, lw.:'j.1f 1 Puri' ffm 1,1 -Jfnn' X, NIV: ll M Nc- 3, P0 I All i f s M y -2, ,.,, , ,,,,,h X M .I AAVI A i i , QQ' . w g. Ji 4 M . X i .M . it Top left: Under the direction of Miss Eichel the speech class presented several selections of choral readings as a part of the Pageant Play which was pre- sented for the PTA. Top right: Edward Suttor, portraying the role of Abe Lincoln in the Pageant Play, has just unbound the boy from slavery. Center left: Informal snap of the faculty and wives, husbands, and friends taken after the Snowball Hop: Center right: Presentation of the driver training car to the school is made by Mr. Parent of the Parent Chevrolet Sales. Bottom left: Freshmen girls study home economicsg Bottom right: Girls taking home nursing care for children under the supervision of the Allen County Nurse. Tffil Pillfi' Sjiof1,ro1'rii fri' L. CI. l:il!f0lN' C0u1pi111'v, .'fH!t'b0I'O, Mass., 1VIu1111f.f1i'l1zri11g Jefzurfcrs lhfxgr Tlfirly-four mn! Sfaliozzsrx Sp ring The main attraction of the Junior- Senior Prom is the crowning of the King and Queen. Mary Lou Koester and Jack Gladieux reigned 'over the Prom. Joanne Poirson, Lois Glaze, Doris Jean Meyers. and Donna Brueggenian attended the Queen. '-.2 tw A 'vu , P 3 af' i ,. nv K' "2'M'1l"2Qf Q , W- ' ix? A' I -5 J , I , f , J Vfv J ,yi 'K ' VU' - r . :"- P , , -J J 'ff' 1 X xjxx ,,.4 WMM I 1 wg, I xr ,VI 25 S ""- 'fi """ Vw' 'W-'Si or 1 f Q I i. lm. ,M ,J W ,, ,T Q 4 V 4 Q ., , . A 'fx M f P X 1 , 5g.,.,,4::g-25, 5 - , , "N Q , ff X ,, , ,4 X N Q ,, ,A 'fp w .4 :Q emi FV V A Eff ,, . f S 12- 92 A " Yr - ...a.gzn4',. V+. ,z '- i,'. v Commencemenf 1Q4Y ' 4 Pugv Thiffql',1' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIEIY -ia ' A E ply X I l f W -all ff f x 7 J-lg ' ' ' Q Q, ' ig, 4. A X - - R", 1' if. 3595. i xl, 5 is ' ' '35 E L, ',-. 35 34 if fy? 'f f O 'F 1- -R. .,.. , . u I . I' .7 ,fi '44 A g ' sr.-QT, X Q X V it iifrlir . W at 15. . T Vail Ag y in . A ' . 3 Top row: Betty Fultz, George Brueggemann, Mary Koester, John Ward Boitom row: Warren Grover. Ruthann Gabet, David Felt, Arthur Ruoff lvaffonaf H011o1' Society The most honorary group in the school is the recently formed New Haven Chapter of the National Honor Society. The purpose of the Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership. and to encourage the development of character in pupils of New Haven High School. The officers for 1947-48 include: President, George Urueggemanng vice-president, Warren Grover: secretary, David Felt: treasurer, Arthur Ruoff. NEW MEMBERS In April formal initiation services were held for the newly elected members of the National Honor Society. One senior and nine juniors had been elected to the New Haven Chapter by the faculty. The new members from left to right are as follows: Ervin Kleber, Joanne Poirson, Theodore Black, Thelma Parker, Donna Ballinger, Wanda White, Lois Rosswurm. Ruth Wiese, and Mary Ann Bremer. hir Page Sfousorrl by Gzziflilunlzff Fool Smrr, NHL' Hrzrru, lanlimm lilgr' Yv!,!iI'l.l'-,n'i'l'll , . i'i!lfQfvj'eCi1'zie -- Caps cm Gowns In the fall of 1944, over one hundred freshmen enrolled at New Haven High School. Elected to lead the class along with the faculty sponsors, Mrs. Redman and Mr. Buffenbarger, were: Harold Parker, president: David Felt. vice-president, George Spohr, secretary: and Kenneth Augenstein, treasurer. As a service to the school, the class spons-ored a movie and lecture on birds. Coming back in 1945 as sophomores the class was under the leadership of Harold Parker, president: George Bruick, vice-presidentg George Spohr, secretary: and Kenneth Augenstein, treasurer. Once again the class enjoyed a successful skating party and an exciting class party. In the junior year Mr. Russell Bowman replaced Mr. Buffenbarger as co- sponsor. Class officers were Harold Parker. president: Doris Meyers, vice-presi- dentg Mary Koester, secretaryg Lavon Miller, treasurer, Betty Fultz, canteen manager: and Warren Grover, accountant. In preparation for the Juni-or-Senior Prom, the class managed the school canteen and sponsored dancing lessons. This was the First year that a Prom King reigned with the Prom Queen. The final year was begun under the counseling of Mrs. Redman and Mr. Nelson. Class officers were Harold Parker, president: Doris Meyers. vice-presi- dentg Mary Koester, secretaryg and Kenneth Augenstein, treasurer. In October the boys assisted the Chamber of Commerce in planning a supervised Halloween celebration. In March the picture, "Ten Gentlemen from West Point," was shown to the student body through the courtesy -of the class. The class also sponsored a St. Patricks Day formal dance. The boys brought further honor to the class by winning the class tournament in both junior and senior year. To close the school year, seventy-six seniors wore their caps and gowns on senior day, May 7. and commencement, May 14. lhfxqe Thi: ly-High! KENNETH AUGENSTEIN Uxenny.. Class Treasurer 1, 2, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 3, 45 Prom Attendant 3. Hobby: All sports. MIRIAM BANDELIEH "Bandie" S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4g G.A.A. lg Chorus 2: Mirage 4. Hobby: Music. HAROLD BUHR Chorus 4: Intramural 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 3, 4, Student Manager 1, 2, 3 Ambition: Farmer. GEORGE BRUICK "Jake" Student Council 2: Chorus 45 Intramural 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 4. Ambition: Farmer. HILDEGARDE BLEKE S.S.S. 2, 3, 4: Mirage 4. Ambition: Secretary. EDGAR BLEKE Ambition: Farmer. 1 -X., '9"l:-, "Nb '-N. 5 su Y 'E' ,1- J f , wie- fn fig .:.. 'UN -- tim "2-5' A A fb'-'Qs 'dna .Q ' ig. .-'a ,iw gm! I Ox 'Cl Q 4 ,..-. 'Q 'X 5' , : ik, me 'E 'Wx ,Of ADELIA BRADTMUELLER "Squirt" Chorus 2, 3. Hobby: Sewing. PHYLLIS BREMER "Phyl" G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3, 4, Mirage 4. Ambition: Secretary. GEORGE BRUEGGEMANN "Georgie" N.H.S. 3, 4, President 4, Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4, Presi- dent 4: Student Council 2, 3, Vice President 33 Intramural 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 4, Projectionist's Club 4. Ambition: Pharmacist. BONNIE MAE BOLYARD ..Bon,. G.A.A. 1, 2, S.S.S. l, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Beauty Operator. ANNA BECKSTEDT "Becky" G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 S.S.S. 1, 2, 3. Ambition: Professional dancer. DON COULARDOT "Judge" Mirage 4: Bulldog's Bark 4: Projectionist's Club 4. Ambition: Barber in Zulu. Page Yvoilif-l'-Ili!! This Page Sf'0ll501'i'.l' by Piomwr Inf' Crram Cozilfizlly, IM., FOV! U'd.1'1Iz', Illilirlflll CAROLYN DAVIDSON "Pigeon" Editor of Bulldog's Bark 4, Mirage 4: G.A.A. 4: S.S.S. 4: Intramural 45 Junior Honor Society at War- ren Central High School. School. , Hobby: Taking pictures. ,I' -.: if ROBERT EASTERDAY .,Bob., , Football 2, 3, 43' A 4 wa ' Baseball 2, 3, 4, ,Q M X Intramural 2, 3, 4g I 1 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4: Projectionist's Club 4. Ambition: Navy. tm? was i A ,ga . J E t d f M H' h , ' -- nere rom ays ig YQ ml - A xx ,XV +A' fi' ' Dorus DowNs ' . W rf ..sis,. fy -as Ambition: Music teacher. iff ,I 9 - - DOROTHY DowNs , 'AW "D0iiY" w i ., Ambition: Music teacher. 'Eff' K J My V 1 V... . 1 ki. x DAVID FELT N.H.S. 3, 4, Secretary 4: Mirage 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant- Editor 3, Editor 45 Class Vice-President 1: Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4: Assistant Editor of Bulldog's Bark 4: Student Council lg Student Librarian 2. Ambition: Success. MARY DRESSEN "Pee Wee" G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 23 S.S.S. lg Intramural 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Art Photographer. CHARLES FROCK Booster Club 3, 4, Projectionist's Club 4. Ambition: College. i i ff? DON EHLE "Elmer" Ambition: Electrician. DELORES I-'EDERSPIEL "Dee" Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4: S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, Masque -Sz Gavel 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Stenographer. PM ff ' if 1 F5 ? if ,115 . tx ' M :,::. ga? 'W V WILLIAM DUNIFON 5. :" "Bill" jf, N Booster Club 3, 43 Chor if .." 1 Ambition: Traveling f ' A, Salesman. I ., 11 ROBERT FLEMING ,,Bob.. Mirage l, 2, 4: Masque Sa Gavel 4g Booster Club 45 Cheer Leader 4. Ambition: Journalist. Wag? ALLEN DRISCOLL "Pedro" Intramural 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Navy. Intramural 4: Booster Club 3. 4 US jlugf 1-'arty Tlfif Page Spousal-nl by Rox: Bros, Cfll'-1'.Yfz'1' ami Plhivnonllz, New Haven, lmiialza BETTY ANN FULTZ "Squirt" N.H.S. 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Assistant Editor of Bulldog's Bark 43 S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mirage 3, 4, Student Council 4, Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Projectionist's Club 4, Band 1, 2, Canteen Manager 35 Student librarian 3. Hobby: Reading. RUTHANN GABET ..GabbY.. N.H.S. 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4, Chorus librarian 2, 3, 4, Mirage 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobby: Roller Skating. JOHN GLADIEUX "Jack" Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Booster Club 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 4: Prom King 3. Ambition: Coach basketball. WARREN GROVER N.H.S. 3, 4, Vice-president 4, Business Manager of Bulldogs Bark 4: Booster Club 4, Projectionist's Club 4: Student librarian. Ambition: Success and happiness. DONALD HATHAWAY ,1Don11 Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Projectionist's Club 4. Hobby: All sports. DONNA HEEMSOTH "Shorty" S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4g Intramural 3, 4. Ambition: Office Work. This Page Sfousoreil by SL'h0pf'IlI41iI mil! Sfdlflarzz jgrfn'-x ' 'A A ' IF, V -ff-fr 1i3"f:s :.? . .3 s- "ima-rr x u Aw fm, vi Po +3 W 1" ' 1- isis, Y :TQ - ' S , X N. x X 1 5 ...f- :RSX Rin! Eslala, IlI,v11rz1m'6, AVOINIIX' Plflrfif, IVML' H11-1111, Imliffmz ROGER HILL HFHP.. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Band Director 4, Chorus 4. Ambition: Musician. SAMUEL HOOD nsarnn Booster Club 3, 4. Hobby: Hunting and fishing. BERNON HUGUENARD Intramural 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4. Ambition: Mechanic. SALLY ANN KEIGWIN Entered from Jeffersonville. Ambition: Stenographer. ANN KERNS "Annie" Entered from French Lick. Ambition: Beauty operator. DARWIN KLENKE Football 1, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 . Bulldog's Bark 35 Booster Club 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4. Hobby: Sports. Page Forly-om: JEAN KLEBER JOAN KLEBER ..-Io., "Jeanie" Intramural 1, 3: Intramural 2: Bulldog's Bark Bu1ldog's Bark 45 4, Chorus 1, 2, 4. Chorus 1, 2, 4. Hobby: Skating. Hobby: Ice skating. 2 f 7 J ,lv-1 MM . ,f' ,lf Vik A ' 'M flu? df, mal, 7,10 L V N jp Lf, KENNETH LINN u ' "Shorty" PATRICIA LOTHAMER Intramural 2, 3, 4: "Pai" Booster Club 3. 4. S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Ambition: Office work. Chorus 4, Hobby: Dancing. HERMAN KOENIG Rltlfaiif' MCINTOSH ,,Herm,, Ambition: Rural milkman. V Booster Club 3, 4. MARY LoU KOESTER , N.H.S. 3. 4: S.S.S. 2, 3, 4, 3' President 4: Class Secretary In ,- 3, 4: G.A.A. 1: x I SYLVIA MCKINNEY Student Council 1: : bs, . . "Syl" Masque :Sz Gavel 2, 3, 4: -we S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, Bulldogs Bark 4, ' 'W Chorus 1, 2, 4: Prom Queen 3, Bulldog's Bark 4. D.A.R. "Good Citizepu 4. Ambition: Fashion model. Ambition: Secretary. MARY SUE KOLLMAN Us ,, ssl? 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2 4 N, GQTIIEALDENE lwncnsn Bulldogs Bark 4: N., GUY Intramural 2, 3, 4: Chorus S-S-S5 -1, 2, 3, 43 G-A-PM 1, 2- 1, 43 Majorette 1, 2, Ambition: Bookkeeper. Hobby: Dancing. WALTER LAMPE .., "Lampie" A Football 2, 3, 4: -j Intramural 2, 3, 41 Letterman's , an DORETTA MESSMAN Club 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 4: "Def" PF0j9Cti011iS'f'S Cl'-lb 45 S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Ch0I'US,4Z MHSQUG 3l Gavel Student librarian 2. 3, 4: V1CG-PF6S1d9H'f 4- Ambition: Office work. Hobby: Hunting and fishing. Pugr f'v0l'f'l'-fI'.'0 TMI Fngf Sf0!l.fUl'z'lf by Grotw: Sfmmlou, Wholvnzlf Candies, For! Waynf, lmliana Basketball 1, 25 Intramural 3, 4: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 ' s 5? I LAVON MILLER RQISE MPZRONEY "Lefgy" 5h01'fY Class Treasurer 3: Football S-S-S 1: 2, 3, 43 Ch01'US 1, 25 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2: Bulldog S Bark 4. Intramural 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4, Ambltlon: Dressmaker. Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4: Booster's Club 3, 4, Projectionist's Club 4. Ambition: Mechanical engineer. DORIS JEAN MEYERS Etudent council 3, 4, President , Treasurer 3, Class Vice-president 3, 43 2 PARKER G.A.A. 1, 2: Masque 8a Gavel , 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3' tl' 2' 3'14i Sis? 4? 2' Chorus 3: Prom attendant 3. RB' lid n,ragmi'ia4 ' ' ' ' Ambition: Office work. Hgbbgfg EasE1itba'H ALLAN NYBERG :' I HAROLD PARKER "Whitey" X A i npresxl . Basketball 2: Intramural 3, g 4- my CIHSS Pfesldefll 1- 2' 3, 43 Student Manager 4, I XJ gEJUCEgUf1CgUU3C1141, 3 3k H LII 'Clb4g . Oa .,:aSea Bgoiifugjb 3? 4g A I 'WI 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Projectionist's Club 4: wi' gglgiglgllaellillglg-1b42. 3, 41 Choru 4. .,-Q . , , , , ' 3 Ambition: Business man. . fgfff Pr0J6jct1on1st s Club 1 Ambition: Naval OHICCF. "'. if JOANNE POIRSON CAROL PECK "Jo" "Peck" S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4 rf 0 Band 2, 3, 4: S.S.S. 1, 2, 4, Mirage 4: Intramural 4:y ' G.A.A, 1. Prom Attendant 3, , A Ambltlonl NLIFSB. Ambition: Nurse. . 1, 3 ? f7Ju if ' I 5 6 , I , . ' LEROY MINER ,,Bud,, Chorus 3, 4, President 4, Football lg Basketball 1,2, 3, 4: DELORES MINICK Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 "Dee" Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4: S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Bulldog's Bark 33 Ambition: Office work. gtudent gloujngilfi ' ooster u , . Hobby: Sports. VIRGINIA RENNQ A A ncinnieu 'A 4 ROBERT MOELLER S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, ,we 2, 3, 4, M' 1, 2, 33 , ' ft "Bob" Student Cdiglieil 2, 4: 4. I Bulldogs Bark 4: Intramural G,A,A. 1, 2, 4, E 13 ProJect1on1st's Club 4. Ambition: Artist, , Al'1'1bltlOI'lI Mechanic. , . l f. l This Page Spouforal by .YA-ylim' Grill, KVML' ffvzliflll, Ifztliufm Page Porn'-lhrn' JACK SQUIER . Ambition: Brick mason. 1.5 ' . ,. I. ., , RICHARD STUERZENBERGER ' 5 ' , : 'f "SIutzy" Football 2. 3, 42 Lettermans Club 2, 3, 4, 'zzz xv' ibi , Booster Club 35 Chorus 1, 3. - 'I' .f" ' f, a Ambition: Railroader. . , A Ambition: Stenographer. -F ' A vb I DELORES SCHNORR 5 I " "Dee" R W s.s.s. 1,2.3.4g G.A.A. 1. 2: ..-f Mirage 4: Bulldogs Bark 4. V "':t" 1 23' if RICHARD SCHRADEP1 "Dick" Football 2, 3, 41 Basketball 25 Intramural 1, 2. 3, 4: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Mirage 4: Chorus 1. Hobby Swimming at Lake James. LLOYD THOMAS "Tommy" Basketball 1: Letterman's Club 2. 3. 4g Booster Club 3. Ambition: Navy. BEVERLY SPRINGER "Bev" NI R gk Ambition: Art teacher. 1 X' X f If I , ' 11 fgiji " w ni? A, if limit' 1',0l'f.l'-f0lN' This Page Sjvonxoreii by Wm. Vomlerau Inszmzm' ARTHUR RUOFF N.H.S. 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Mirage 3, 4, Projectionist's Club 4: Football 4: Letterman's Club 4. Ambition: Chemical engineer. MARVIN STEGMANN Intramural 3, 4: Booster Club 3, 4: Projectionist's Club 4. Ambition: Electrical engineer. ERVIN SCHNELKER "Pele" Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobby: Hunting and trapping. EDWARD SUTTOR ..Ed.. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4: Bulldog's Bark 4. Ambition: Restaurant owner. GEORGE SPOHR "Erwin" Class Secretary 1, 2: Prom attendant 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Intramural 4: Letterrnan's Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, Booster Club 3, 4, President 4: Vice-president 3. Hobby: Decorating. GERALD VODDE .,Jen,Y., Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Treas- urer 4g Student Council lg Bu1ldog's Bark 3: Booster Club 3, 43 Cheer Leader 1, 2, 4: Mirage 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3. Ambition: Trip around the world. e rlgelzry, New HH'l'Fll, lmliafla KATHERINE WIEDEMANN JOHN WARD "Kathy" "Johnnie" N.H.S. 3, 43 Mirage 3, 43 Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4, Masque Sz Gavel 3, 4, Secre- tary 43 Mliiage 2, 3, 4, Business anager 43 . s.s.s. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A 1 2 Booster Club 3' 4' it Projectionist's Club 4. Student Council 4- fl Ambition: Naval Officer. Ambition: Novelist. AWRENCE zi-:HRUNG L "zehrie" LESTER zr:1-in Booster Club 3, 4: Intramural 1, 2, 3, 41 Intramural 4- Booster Club 3, 4. Hobby: Hunting and Ambition: Own an airport basketball. FOUR YEAR HONOR ROLL The following students have qualified for the Four Year Honor Roll: George Lirueggemann, David Felt, Betty Fultz, Ruthann Gabet, Warren Grover, Mary Lou Koester, Joanne Poirson, Arthur Ruoff, and John Ward. Carolyn Davidson qualified for the Honor Roll by maintaing an average of over 90 for this year at New Haven. OTHER HONORS Mary Lou Koester was chosen by her fellow classmates and the faculty as the D.A.R. Good Citizen. In her junior year she was elected Prom Queen. Harold Parker has been class president for four years. He was also chosen by the N.E.I.C. coaches as' a member of the first All-Conference Five and was presented with a silver basketball. Jack Gladieux reigned as New Havens first Prom King. He was voted a member of the second All-Conference team and received a bronze basketball. John Ward passed the academic test for the NROTC. Betty Fultz was awarded a scholarship by the Phi Rho Zeta international sorority to attend Elkhart Business University to study twelve months in medical secretarial work. Miriam Bandelier won a trip to Chicago last fall through 4H achievement work. tl U lkii Dallas Cutler, a member of the senior class, left in December for the Navy. He will probably receive his high school diploma from the Navy this summer. fhis Page Spousorrii by Illlzqk Sfzoc Shop, i'Vmc Harm, Imiilzmz Pdgf F0r'1,1'-fill' MIRAGE IQLLS THRGUGH THE YEAR EALL WINTER SPRING AT NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL NEW HAVEN, INDIANA Thos Who Will Follow The Junior Class held their first class meeting in the early part of Septem- ber. A nominating committee was ap- pointed to nominate people for class offices. Class officers were elected as follows: Keith Emenhiser ,,.,,,,,,.,.,ir. President Wanda White ,,....,......, Vice-President Lois Rosswurm .,,,,,,. ,,.,.,.,, S ecretary Norman Wilson .,...,.i ....,, T reasurer Following the custom, the juniors took over the management of the school canteen. Bob Locke was elected canteen manager and Thelma Parker, assistant manager. In October the class spent the evening dancing, singing, and playing games at a class party at the home of Marjorie Zink. In March the junior girls won the annual girls' class tournament. Ruth Wiese was elected Prom Queen and Keith Emenhiser. King. The court includes Thelma Voors, Rhea Harvey, R. D. Thimlar, and Marvin Meyer. Row one: Margaret Albersmeyer, Dan Anweiler. Donna Ballinger, Delores Bandelier, Barbara Bell, Nancy Bewley, Theodore Black, Mary Ann Bremer, Marjorie Burkett, Marilyn Bur- well. Row two: Harold Carpenter, Dorothie Clark, Gene Critchtield, Waunita Davis, Lucille Doc- tor, Patricia Doctor, Irene Doehrmann, Joe Ellison, Keith Emenhiser, Martha Ferry. Row three: Doris Fiedler, Franklin Forsyth, Del- bert Gibson, Richard Giessler, Dorothy Gir- ardot, Carol Glaze, Marguerite Hamman, Rhea Harvey, Robert Harvey, Eunice Heine. Row four: Maxine Heine, Janet Hockemeyer, Betty Holt, Donald Jackson, Ervin Kleber. Jerry Kost, Nina Lahrman, Robert Locke, Vir- ginia Lunz, William Maroney. Row tive: Dorothy Mason, Eugene Meyer, Marvin Meyer, Bonnie Orem, Mary Ann Osborn, Thelma Parker, Gladys Pavey, Sharon Potts, Donald Putt, Jacquelyn Richhart. Row six: Lois Rosswurm, Clarence Schaefer, Carolce Schnelker, Robert Schomburg, Anna Schweigel, Ronald Smith, Joseph Spieth, Rose Stemmler, Bonnie Stoneburner, R. D. Thimlar. Row seven: Barbara Tomson, Thelma Voors, Don Weinman, Joan Welch, Wanda White, Ruth Wiese, Norman Wilson, Mary Winans, Juanita Winchester. Edythe Yant. . Row eight: Marjorie Zink, Doris Bolinger. Snapshois: left to right: R. D. Thimlar, Rhea Harvey, Marvin Meyer, Thelma Voors, Ruth Wiese, Keith Emenhiser. ljllxglf F017-1'-Iii Tffix .JM-gr .S'j'oH,vorc.f l7.l' SIIICA'-1' lIro.v,, IVHL' Hu-Iwi, Illfimla , if T E 'Z 4 iq 2 . - . . ,, K, 1 J, rf . ffl .55 b -if " ' H W A v- S " fi- "' X6 , wel V V. V V ' . V : ' ,Q X ' , ' l ' 553322-" V , u , Q , , " 'gf V -Vu V 5 V , V .V . sqft jgvtf L ,, ' 'W i , ik ' 'fa X I K J , L- sem '-'wvs,r ""' ' ' ""'fff-4 V V X A V Q . J .. f - . V ,. ,N 'V r A-'fix , 3' x i i xv i, N1 1 N A. I. 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' Q, E Q, 5 2 1, ' Q ff' , , , - I s x . 5 Thif Page Sf'0lI50I't'.Z by Yzllll Plnmlfiazg mul Huzliug Co., NHL' Iluzwfl, lmlimm Pug: Fo1'ly-fswmz TZZQ S010 - OWZOTQS MCZCJQ Gooai Under the supervision of Miss Bower and Mr. Frock, the sophomores elected to lead the class: Roland Vaughn ....,. ...........,... P resident Don Meyers ..,,...., ....... V ice-president Vera Butt .....,.... ......,..... S ecretary Duane Moore .,.........,..Y.,v,...............,.,......... Treasurer In athletics the class was represented by Don Graves, Don Hathaway, and Duane Moore who played football and by Mervin Baker, Robert Clause, and Norman Ellenberger who played basketball. By selling ninety-three tickets, the sophomores won the season basketball ticket sale. The class boasts many participants in the high scholarship ranks. Each grading period many names in the group were found on the honor roll and honor- able menti-on. The high light of the year's social activities was the informal Christmas party which was held in the "Rec" room with all the trimmings. Row one: Herbert Anderson, Donald Arick, Glen- na Arnold, Virginia Arnold, Lois Arter, Alfred Baatz, Marvin Baker, Robert Bell, Marjorie Bixler, Elmer Bleke. Row two: Teresa Bowers, Maurise Bowser, Virgil Brames, Hazel Bremer, Karl Brincefield, Stephen Bruder, Eugene Bruick, Richard Bruick, Vernon Burkett, Kenneth Burlew. Row three: Dorothy Butler, Vera Butt, Robert Claus, Robert David, Yvonne DeLeon, Ken- neth Doctor, Eugene Ehle, Norman Ellenberg- er, Roy Elwood, Bernadine Fahlsing. Row four: Wilma Ferry, Kathleen Fiedler, Lest- er Fowler, Joyce Franke, Robert Frock, Nancy Fultz, David Furthmiller, Phyllis Galligher. Marilyn Gephart, Norene Gick. Row five: Sue Girardot, Delores Gibson, Doris Goeglein, Donald Graves, Lewis Gruber, Loren Harber, Roy Hathaway. Joan Hawk, Wayne Heemsoth, George Hill. Page Forty-Fight Row six: Karl Hockemeyer, Mary Ann Hugue- nard, Joe Kilpatrick, Richard Kitchen, Robert Knox, Delaine Koester, Marilyn Koester, Shir- ley Lake, Waldemar Lampe, Ivan Lepper. Row seven: Wilda Linn, Doris Longardner, Mary Catherine Louden, Gloria Love, Richard Mar- tin, Don Meyer, Madeline Miller, Duane Moore, Samuel Murray, Fred Nahrwold. Row eight: Rita Osborn, Betty Patty, Lois Pavey, Ed Pfeiffer, Virginia Roussey, Paul Schladen- hauffen, Donald Schweyer, Phyllis Seibert, Shirley Smith, Marilyn Sturm. Row nine: Jack Taylor, Nancy Van Kirk, Roland Vaughn, Marceil Vodde, Vera Vonderau, Caro- lyn Weitzman, Julian Weller, Robert Whit- acre, Donald Wilson, Billy Winans, Betty Zehr. - I 1 ' 1 , R 1 "'L 'ig , 5 H ' fs Q Q 1 px r 'V ,- 'L ' Qi ' G 7' T mf x t 1 'df -A '7f5'jV ' - , , 535' ' ' V M ' -1 ' ' ' I X - A 1 ' J' , f ff Q- . 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Bow one: Billy Adkins, Harold Albersmeyer, Bar- bara Anderson, Twylia Anderson, Lester Bade, Kedric Ballinger, Margaret Ann Barry, John Barto, Hildegarde Bearman, Norman Bermes. Row two: James Blaising, Pat Borcherding, James Bordner. Russell Boyles, Melvin Bradt- miller, Arlene Bradtmueller, Karl Rradtmuel- ler, Mildred Bradtmueller, Norma Jean Brueck, Calvin Brueggemann. Row three: James Bruick, Kathleen Bruick, Rob- ert Burns, Alice Busche, Lois Chambers, Bev- erly Cheney, Mary Lou Coleman, George Cook, Alan Critchlield. Bill Critchfield. . Row four: Sharon DeLeon, Marietta Doctor, Bet- ty Lou Emerick, Kenneth Fogel, Robert For- syth, Larry Frecker, David Fultz, Jack Funk, Mary Gasper, Eileen Gephart. . Row tive: Betty Girardot. Stanley Girardot, Sue Glaze, Arlene Gliedt, James Glover, Kenneth Goeglein, Paul Goeglein, Eddie Gonzales, Don- na Graeber, Barbara Green. 447 0 f up 1 ll Pifgr flfly Row six: William Guisinger, Dick Hamman, Car- ol Hanefeld, Jerry Hazelett, Sue Heath, Carol Heckman, Kenneth Hermann, James Hilge- mann, Jack Hodson, Shirley Holt. Row seven: Mary Ann Huffer, Patricia Jackson, Jerry Kerns, Audrey Kitchen, Paul Kitzmiller, Carole Kryder, Florence Lahrman, Richard Lewis, Lois McFadden, Jerry McKee. Row eight: Shirley Metzger, Paul Meyer, Marvin Nieter, Don Null, Don Ort, Howard Parker, Robert Partridge, Dodie Patton, Esther Phil- lips, Margaret Quance. Row nine: Kenneth Renno, Delores Richhart, Harry Robinson, Russell Roemer, Edwin Ross- wurm, Robert Rudolph, Margaret Saalfrank, Terry Smith, Jim Stauffer, Harold Stone. Row ren: Richard Straub, Norman Tatman, Wayne Taylor, Joan Tucker, Richard Uhrick, Lucille Ulmer, Marilyn Van Kirk, Miriam Van Kirk, Delores Voors, Phyllis Wayer. 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