New Haven High School - Mirage Yearbook (New Haven, IN)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1949 volume:
lVIr. and Mrs. John Young are the mainstays of our school system. Through
their tireless efforts our school is one of the most efficient high schools in Allen
Mr. Young has been principal since 1939. except the years he was with the
U. S. Navy. To him, with the help of the faculty, goes the acknowledgment that
we are better equipped to face college and the unknown future which lies ahead
Mrs. Young, our willing and capable secretary, came to the offices of our
school in 1944. She never seems to grow tired of the endless questions of students
and always offers a helping hand to those who need it.
The Advisory Board made up of the following: Lloyd N. Davidg Lee H, Bur-
gette, Trusteeg Irvin J. Bandelierg and John L. Van Kirk guides the financial
destiny of our school.
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ROWENA WALKER ALFRED S. ROSSETTER
A. B. Taylor U. B. S. Ball State
Library and Latin
Sunshine Society .
Student Council Industrial Arts
National Honor Freshman Class
ANN HALLER BYRON DowN1-:Y
B. S. Indiana U' B. S., M. S. Indiana U.
Art Business Education
Sophomore Class S0Dh0m01'G Class
OPAL B, BQWER PAUL J. ARMSTRONG
B. S. Ohio Northern U. B. S. Butler U.
M. S. Indiana U. ""
Junior Class Letterman's Club
BERNARD O. PRESSLER
B. A. Eastman School of
B. S. Ball State Music
M. Indiana U. U U- of Rochester
Marion Normal Institute purdue U-
EARL M. MARSHALL
Mathematics Instrumental and Vocal
senior Class Music, Band, and Chorus
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A. B. Ohio State
U. of Southern Cal.
Science and Mathematics
B. S. Manchester Co
B. S. Bowling Green
B. S. Ball State
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MYRON H. HENDERSON
A. B. Manchester
F. T. A.
B. S. Ball State
U. of Denver
A. B. Wittenburg College
Masque and Gavel
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:v Senior members: Donna Ballinger. Theo-
sg dore Black, Mary Ann Bremer, Ervin
1 ' ' wurm, Wanda White and Ruth Wiese.
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Membership in the National Honor Society is the highest honor academically
that any high school student can receive. The purpose of the Society is to create
high standards of character, scholarship, leadership and sewice. Besides the pres-
ent members, 35 students have attained this honor since the New Haven chapter
was organized in 1946.
This year's officers included: Theodore Black. president: Ruth Wiese, vice-
president: Thelma Parker, secretary: and Ervin Kleber, treasurer.
New members: Seated: Glenna Arnold,
Nancy Van Kirk. Evelyn Zelt, Waunita
Davis. Dorothy Butler.
Standing: Karl Hockemeyer. Donald
Meyer, Robert Whitacre. Roland
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Kleber, Thelma Parker, Lois Ross-
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Senior Class Officers
Kieth Ernenhiser, President
Lois Rosswurm, Secretary
Ervin Kleber, Treasurer
Wanda White. Vice-President
One hundred and twelve new faces appeared in the corridors of the .New Ha-
ven High School in the fall of 1945. Green, timid freshmen, as the saying goes,
described us very well. Our first year was full of parties. sports, and getting into
the wrong classrooms. Mr. Earl Marshall and Miss Evelyn Knull, now Mrs. Conk-
lin. were our sponsors. In May we became sophomores.
Ninety-two sophomores greeted each other once again in the autumn of 1946.
We also welcomed a new sponsor. Miss Marge Eichel, now Mrs. David Potts, who
took Miss Knull's place. One of the outstanding events of the year was the class
tourney. We all converted ourselves into Gypsies and took first place. In May
we were promoted. yes, once again, but this time to juniors.
There were seventy-two left in our junior year. This was the year to which
we were all looking forward. The junior girls were the "champs" in basketball
while the boys were the runners-up in their tourney. We had our first experiences
in operating the canteen that year. We worked very hard in the canteen because
we wanted to put on the best Prom that the high school had ever had. High honors
were given to Ruth Wiese, Prom Queen, Kieth Emenhiser, Prom Kingg Rhea Har-
vey, Thelma Voors, R. D. Thimlar. and Marvin Meyer were their attendants. Nine
juniors. Ervin Kleber. Theodore Black, Thelma Parker, Donna Ballinger, Wanda
White. Lois Rosswurm, Ruth Wiese, and Mary Ann Bremer, were taken into the
National Honor Society in April. We then turned our thoughts toward being
In the fall of 1948 sixty-five seniors remained to take the last few steps of
our high school education together. Waunita Davis was taken into the National
Honor Society. We won the honor of selling the most season basketball tickets.
Once again the girls retained their championship in the class tournament. We also
sponsored the St. Valentine's Dance in February. During this year of school, Ruth
Wiese and Kieth Emenhiser rendered their thrones to the junior king and queen.
Janet Hockenieyer, Bonnie Stoneburner. Ervin Kleber, and Eugene Meyer were
given the honor of attending the king's and queen's court of 1949. We have now
taken our last steps together as the senior class of '49 and are going out into the
world to make new friends. No, we shall never forget our classmates, and our
wonderful sponsors, Mrs. Potts and Mr. Marshall, who perhaps, were the only ones
to understand some of the things we have done. '
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Mirage 43 Masque and
Gavel 3.4: S.S.S. 1,2,3,4:
G.A.A. 2,3,4g Intramural
1: Barking Bulldogs 41
Chorus 3,41 Bulldog's
Ambition: To be a nurse
at Riley Hospital
Letterman's Club 4:
Barking Bulldogs 4:
Booster Club 3.
N.H.S. 3,41 Masque and
Gavel 3.4. Vice-president
4: Mirage 4: S.S.S. 1.2.3.
4: G.A.A. 1.2,3,4: Intra-
mural 1.2,31 Chorus 3.4:
Barking Bulldogs 4: Bull-
dog's Bark 3.
Mirage 2.3.4, C04Editor 41
S.S.S. 4: G.A.A. 1.2,3,
treasurer 2: Intramural
188.8.131.52 Band 2.3.4. secre-
tary 4: Chorus 2.3,-l, vice-
Ambition: Private secre-
Mirage 4: Masque and
Gavel 3.4: S.S.S. 3,43 G.
A.A. 1,2,4g Intramural
1.2: Chorus 3,43 Barking
Bulldogs 3,45 Bulldog's
3' NANCY ELIZABETH
3 f, N.-H.S. 3.4, president 4:
7 f V' Mirage 4: Pr0jectionist's
,f .gf Club 4: Student Librari-
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fa R, ' K termaster 2.
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MARY ANN BREMEH
N.H.S. 3.45 Masque and
Gavel 3,43 S.S.S. I,2.3.
4, secretary 2: G.A.A. I,
2,3.4: Intramural 1,2,3,4.
Ambition: Private Secre-
' 1 A MARJORIE BUHKETT
Class secretary I: S.S.S.
'NN 1.2.3,-1: Cheerleader 2.4:
Chorus 1,3,4: Barking
,Q Bulldogs 4.
br Chorus 1,2,3,4Z
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F.T.A. 43 vice-president
4: Masque and Gavel 4:
Intramural 1,2,3,43 Band
l.2.3,4, Captain 3,43 Chor-
Ambition: To teach music
N.H.S. 4: Student Coun-
cil 1.2. secretary 23 Class
president 1, vice-presi-
dent 2: Masque and Gavel
3.4, president 43 S.S.S. 1,
2.3.41 Mirage 3.4: G.A.A.
2.3: Intramural 2.3, Bull-
dog's Bark 3.
Student Council 2: Mir-
age 3.4. Co-editor 4.
Assistant editor 33 Pro-
jectionist's Club 4: Mas-
que and Gavel 3,43 G.A.
A. l,2,3,4. secretary 3:
Intramural 2.3: Bulldog's
Student Council 3: G.A.
A. 2,33 Intramural 23 Stu'
dent Librarian 4: Bull-
dogs Bark 3.
Ambition: Keep on with
Masque and Gavel 3,4Q
Intramural 1, 2,3,4.
Ambition: Private secre-
Letterman's Club 2,3,4-
Booster Club 3.
Class President 2,3,45
Student Council l,2,3,4,
treasurer 33 Mirage 43
Letterman's Club 234'
Basketball 1.2.43 niniai
mural 33 Booster Club
2,33 Prom King 3.
DORIS JEAN FIEDLER
Barking Bulldogs 4.
Ambition: Women's Air
FRANKLIN E. FORSYTH
Band 12.3.41 Chorus 3,43
Letterman's Club 43
Booster Club 3.
Attended Hoagland High
School Freshman Year.
Booster Club 3.
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CAROL IRENE GLAZE
F.T.A. 4, Librarian: S.S.
S. 1,4: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4Z
Ambition: Physical edu-
Mirage 4: S.S.S. 1.2,3.4:
G.A.A. 1.2.43 Intramural
1,2,4: Chorus 2.4: Bull-
dog's Bark 3.
Ambition: Private secre-
S.S.S. 1,2,3: Prom Queen
Ambition: Office work
Rhea's twin brother
Bulldog's Bark 3.
Ambition: Office work
Student Council 3,4, vice-
president 3: S.S.S. 1,2,3.4:
Student Librarian 2,
Ambition: Private secre-
S.S.S. 4: Intramural 3:
Chorus 2: Bulldog's Bark
3. Prom attendant 4.
s.s.s. 1.2. G.A.A. 1.2.
Ambition, Office work
DONALD R. JACKSON
Mirage 3,41 Masque and
Gavel 3.4, treasurer 4:
Chorus 1, Barking Bull-
dogs 4: Bulldogs Bark 3:
Booster Club 3. Attended
Fort Wayne Central,
Ambition. World Travel-
Class Treasurer 4: N.H.S.
3.4. treasurer 4: Mirage
4: Projectionist's Club
3.4: Letterman's Club 4:
Intramural l,2,3.4: Bark-
ing Bulldogs 4, president
4. Prom attendant 4.
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Mirage 4: Chorus 2.33
Booster Club 2,3.
Ambition: To be a car-
S.S.S. 4. Attended South
Side High School CFort
Mirage 4: Letterman's
Club 2,3,43 Basketball 1,
2,41 Football 1,2,3: Chor-
us 3,4. president 43 Can-
teen manager 3: Booster
Club 2.3, secretary 2.
VIRGINIA ANN LUNZ
Student Council 33 S.S.S.
1,2,3,4Q G.A.A, 1,21 Intra-
mural l,2,3,: Majorette
WILLIAM E. MARONEY
Ambition: Tool maker
EUGENE R. MEYER
Student Council 1,21
Le-tterman's Club 1,2,3,43
Booster Club 2,31 Prom
MARVIN L. MEYER
Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4:
Booster Club 2,33 Prom
MARY ANN OSBORN
S.S.S. 1,2,3,4: G.A.A. 1.
2, Chorus 1,2,3,4: Bark-
ing Bulldogs 4,
N.H.S. 3.4, secretary 43
Student Council 4: Mas-
que and Gavel 3,43 S.S.S
1,2,3,4, treasurer 33 G.A.
A, 1,2,3,43 Intramural 1,2,
3,43 Canteen assistant
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l,2.3,4g Chorus 3: Bark-
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SHARON JOAN POTTS
Ambition: To be a Nun
Mirage 4: Masque and
Gavel 3.4: Barking Bull-
dogs 4: Bulldog's Bark 3.
F.T.A. 4. secretary 4:
Masque and Gavel 3.41
S.S.S 1.2,3.4: Intramural
2.3.4, Majorette 2.3.43
Chorus 3.43 Student Li-
Class Secretary 3.4, vice
president 1: N.H.S. 3.4
Student Council 1: Mir-
age 43 S.S.S. 184.108.40.206. pub
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l.2.3.4, president 4: In
tramural 1.2.3.-41 Bull
dog's Bark 3.
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Class Secretary 21 Stu
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Masque and Gavel 3.4: S.S
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Ambition: To be a recep
Projectionist's Club 43
Ohio High School.
S.S.S, 4: Intramural 2.3.
4: Chorus 3,41 Attended
Hoagland High School
Ambition: Office worker
Letterrnans Club 2,3,4:
Basketball 1: Football 1.
2.3.41 Intramural 1,2.3.4:
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S.S.S. 4: Chorus 4. At-
tended the following
schools: Lafayette High
School and Kensington
High School, Buffalo.
New York, Kendallville
Ambition: To see the
S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,
3,4, News Reporter 1: In-
tramural 1,2,3,4: Barking
Bulldogs 43 Chorus 2,3,4.
Ambition: To bowl a 200
Mirage 3.4: S.S.S. 1,2,3,4l
G.A.A. 1.2, Majorette 1,
2.3: Prom attendant 4.
R D. THIMLAR
Letterman's Club 13
Booster Club 3:
Prom Attendant 3.
Booster Club 2,3,
Student Council 1.2: S.S
S. 1,2,3.4: G.A.A. 3,43 In-
Prom Attendant 3.
Lettermans Club 1,2,3,4
president 4, treasurer 3:
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4: Booster Club
2,3, vice-president 3:
Class Treasurer 2.
JOAN DELENE WELCH
F.T.A. 4: S.S.S. 1,2,3,4Z
Ambition: Welfare work-
WANDA J. WHITE 'X '
Class Vice-President 3,43
N.H.S. 3,41 Student Coun-
cil 3,4, president 4: F.T.
A. 4, president 4: Mirage
43 Masque and Gavel 3,43
Band 1,2,3,4g librarian 1,
2.33 Chorus 3,4: Intra-
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3.4: G.A.A. 1,2,4g
Ambition: To teach
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RUTH ANN WIESE
N.H.S. 3,4, vice-president
43 Masque and Gavel 3.4:
S.S.S. 1,2,3,4, president
4. vice-president 3: G.A.
A. 1,2,3,4, vice-president
3. secretary 23 Intramural
1,2,3,4: Band l,2,3,4, pub-
licity chairman 3,4, trea-
surer 23 Chorus 3,41 stu-
dent librarian 3: Prom
Ambition: To be a social
NORMAN J. WILSON
Projectionist's Club 22
Class Treasurer l,3.
MARJORIE ANN ZINK
Ambition: Interior decor-
MARY ANISE WINANS
S.S.S. 1,2,3,41 G.A.A. 1,2
Intramural 1,2,3,4: Bark
ing Bulldogs 4: Chorus 3
Ambition: Office work
EDYTI-IE MARIA YANT
F.T.A. 4: S.S.S. 1,2,3,4
Intramural lg Chorus 4
Bulldog's Bark 3.
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Nancy Fultz, Canteen Manager
Robert Claus, Treasurer
Nancy Van Kirk, Vice-President
Don Meyer, President
Marilyn Koester, Secretary
'The juniors sponsored by Mr. Frock and Miss Bower, elected Don Meyer,
presidentg Nancy Van Kirk, vice-president: Marilyn Koester, secretary, Robert
Claus, treasurerg and Nancy Fultz, canteen manager.
Under the leadership of these capable officers, we have carried out an active
program. First there was the October party at Delaine Koester's home, Qthis
was really two parties in onei, then came the Class Tourney in March where the
juniors won the Boys' Championship and second prize for decorations as Dog-
Yvonne DeLeon was elected queen for the Spring Prom with Vera Butt and
Marilyn Koester as attendants. Norman Ellenberger and Stephen Bruder were
elected attendants for the king, Robert Claus. The various committees did Very
efficient work-the decorations, lights, music and refreshments made a very de-
Our class is well represented by eight members in National Honor Society,
six members in Masque and Gavel and many outstanding members in athletics.
This space is dedicated
to the memory of our class-
mate, Mervin Baker, Presi-
dent of Home Room 4, and
our tall basketball center,
who was taken from the
junior class October 3,
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Maurice Bowser, Hazel Bremer, Carl Brincefield, Stephen Bruder.
Row Two: Eugene Bruick, Richard Bruick, Vern on Burkett, Dorothy Butler, Vera Butt, Jean Byrd,
Robert Claus, Fredric Coburn. Robert David. Yvonne DeLeon.
Row Three: Kenneth Doctor, Norman Ellenberger, Bernadene Fahlsing. Edward Feichter, Kathleen
Fiedler, Lester Fowler, Robert Frock, Nancy Fu ltz, David Furthmiller, Phyllis Galligher.
Row Four: Marilyn Gephart, Delores Gibson, No rene Gick, Sue Girardot, Doris Goeglein, Donald
Graves, Loren Harber, Roy Hathaway, Joan Hawk, Wayne Heemsoth.
Row Five: Karl Hockemeyer, Howard Jacquay. Joe Kilpatrick, Richard Kitchen, Robert Knox, Dee
laine Koester, Marilyn Koester, Shirley Lake, Dale Lamle, Waldemar Lampe.
Row Six: Ivan Lepper, Wilda Linn, Mary Catherine Louden, Richard Martin, Donald Meyer, Mad-
eline Miller, Duane Moore, Fred Nahrwold, Rita Osborn, Lois Pavey.
Row Seven: Edward Pfeiffer, Virginia Roussey, Paul Schladenhauffen, Donald Schweyer, Shirley
Smith, Marilyn Sturm, Jack Taylor, Nancy Van Kirk, Roland Vaughn, Marceil Vodde.
Row Eight: Vera Vonderau, Carolyn Weitzman, Robert Whitacre, Donald Wilson, Bill Winans, Betty
Zehr, Evelyn Zelt.
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Having discarded the name of "Greenhorns," we, the Sophomore Class,
elected our officers for the year. They are as follows:
President .,v,.,.......,..,........,,,,,,, Bill Critchfield
Vice-President ,,.... ..,......... D onald Ort
Secretary c,,,,,,, ,..,,, B everly Cheney
Treasurer ..,.,..,,,...,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, J i m Blaising
A party in the fall and a Christmas party in the bandroom have constituted
the class activities. The class has, for the second consecutive year, won first prize
for decorations in the class tournament.
Through the leadership of our sponsors, Miss Haller and Mr. Downey, the
class has again come to the end of a successful year.
Row One: Billy Adkins, Harold Albersmeyer,
Barbara Anderson, Twylia Anderson, Lester
Bade, Kedric Ballinger, Margaret Barry, John
Barto. Hildagarde Bearman, Norman Bermes.
Row Two. Arden Bicker, James Blaising, Patricia
Borcherding, James Bordner, Arline Bradt-
mueller. Mildred Bradtmueller, Norma Jean
Brueck, Calvin Brueggemann, James Bruick,
Row Three: Robert Burns, Alice Busche, Lois
Chambers, Beverly Cheney, Mary Lou Cole-
man, George Cook, Alan Critchfield, William
Critchfield, Sharon DeLeon Marietta Doctor.
Row Four: Betty Lou Emrick, Kenneth Fogel,
Robert Forsyth, David Fultz, Jack Funk, Vir-
ginia Gasper, Eileen Gephart, Betty Girardot.
Sue Glaze, Arlene Gliedt.
Row Five: Kenneth Goeglein, Paul Goeglein,
Donna Graeber, Barbara Green, William Gui-
singer, Stanley Girardot, Richard Hamman,
Carol Hanefeld, Jergy,Haze1et, Sue Heath.
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James Hilgemann, Jack Hodson, Shirley Holt,
Mary Ann Huffer, Patricia Jackson, Audrey
Kitchen, Paul Kitzmiller, Carole Kryder.
Row Seven: Florence Lahrman, Lois McFadden,
Jerry McKee. Shirley Metzger, Paul Meyer,
Marvin Neiter, Deloris Norden, John Norton,
Don Null, Don Ort.
Row Eight: Howard Parker, Dodie Patton, Clair-
on Perkins, Esther Phillips, Margaret Quance.
Kenneth Renno, Deloris Richhart, Harry Robin-
son, Russel Roemer, Edwin Rosswurm.
Row Nine: Robert Rudolph, Joan Saalfrank,
Margaret Saalfrank, Terry Smith, James Stauf-
fer, Harold Stone, Richard Straub, Norman
Tatman, Wayne Taylor, Joann Tucker,
Row Ten: Richard Uhrick, Lucille Ulmer, Mari-
lyn Van Kirk, Miriam Van Kirk, Delores
Voors, Phyllis Wayer, Robert White, Martha
Wiedemann. Ades Winchester, Joan Wojcie-
chowski, Ruth Zehrung,
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A small but active class entered high school last fall as freshmen. They were
put under the guidance of Mrs. Redman, Mr. Henderson, and Mr. Rossetter.
The following class officers were elected:
President .,.,w....v ...,. C harles Gladieux
Vice-President ,,Y,. i...,,,.,, B onnie George
Secretary .,,,,,, ,,,,, D orothy Hathaway
Treasurer ,...... ..,,..... H arold Lamle
The class had a skating party in the fall and a Christmas party. The three
nome rooms were busy throughout the year.
The freshmen were represented in basketball by Charles Gladieux, Charles
Roemer. Dale Miller, James Cook and Jack Whitacre. There were many who
participated in football.
The Class of '52 also won honors by intelligence. Honor roll and honorable
mention were no strangers to many freshmen during the year.
Row One: Jeanette Albersmeyer, Marion All-
good, Phyllis Arnold, Mary Jane Arrington,
Elenora Baatz, Marlene Bandelier, Kathleen
Barto, Beverly Boese, Janet Bookout, Loraine
Row Two: Nancy Britton. Carol Brueck, Eileen
Bultemeier, King Carman, Edward Carpenter,
Kenton Circle, James Cook, Fred Dager, Nancy
Davidson, Dean Doctor.
Row Three: JoAnn Elson, Norbert Fahlsing,
James Federspiel, Wayne Fiedler, Donna
Franke, Kay Frantz, Alfred Friend, Bonnie
George, Marion Gerardot, Wilbur Gick.
Row Four: Charles Gladieux, Carl Grenzenbach,
Arlene Grover, Carolyn Hankel, Phil Harris,
Dorothy Hathaway, Mary Lou Hawk, Mary
Dell Henderson, Maxine Hill, Norman Hughes.
Row Five: Joseph Huguenard, Tom Isenbarger,
James Jackson, Noel Jackson, Dallas Johnson,
Vernon Kinney, Carol Kloepper, Dan Krauter,
Nancy Lacey, John Ladd.
Row Six: James Ladig, Ralph Lahrman, Joyce
Lake, Harold Lamle, James Lomont, Marjorie
Main, Dale Miller, Mary Miller, Larry Moore,
Row Seven: Max Murphy, James Nahrwold,
Richard Oligee, Betty Pelz, Warren Perkins,
Alberta Phillips, Dale Plummer, Ardis Rose
Ramsey, Barbara Reader, Charles Roemer.
Row Eight: Marilyn Rousseau, Mary Ann Rous-
sey. Phyllis Schaefer, Mary Ann Schaper,
Roger Schladenhauffen, Shirley Schlaudroff,
Alma Schnelker, Margaret Schrader, Clarence
Schweyer, Donald Shadle.
Row Nine: Darvin Strader, Rosemary Sweet,
Marilyn Trier, James Trzynka, Berniece Werl-
ing, Wilma Werling, Dorothy Wheat, Donald
Whitacre. Jack Whitacre, Grace Wiese.
Row Ten: Dennis Witmer. James Zink.
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Upper left: Mr. Frock seems to keep his U. S. History class well occupied.
Upper right: Chemistry proves to be interesting when Mrs. Redman super-
vises an experiment.
Center: New Haven was quite well represented at t'Around the City Desk."
Lower left: Miss Haller puts her art class to work welcoming everyone to
Lower right: Mr. Henderson adds to English literature by telling his class of
his experiences in England.
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Left to right:
Nancy Fultz, Assistant Editorg Barbara
Bell and Lucille Doctor, Co-Editors: Miss
Elizabeth Leaird, Sponsor.
Left to right: Cseatedb
Lois Rosswurm, Wanda White, Waunita
Davis, Nancy Davidson, Nancy Fultz,
Donald Jackson, Ervin Kleber, Robert
Locke, Jerry Kost, Vera Butt, Terry
Smith, Kenneth Renno, Nancy Bewley,
Kieth Emenhiser, Theodore Black, Bar-
bara Bell, Lucille Doctor, Joe Kilpatrick,
Bonnie Stoneburner, Margaret Albers-
meyer, Marguerite Hamman.
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It's our tenth anniversary-ten years of progress and co-operation. The first
Mirage, published in 1939 by our substitute teacher, Mrs. Meyers, was a paper
cover, with few pictures, and mimeographed literary work. From the result of im-
proved machinery and ambitious staff members, we have marched a long way to
attain the present Mirage.
The co-editors, Barbara Bell and Lucille Doctor, with the help of the assist-
ant editor, Nancy Fultz, have spent much time supervising the book. Wanda
White, Robert Locke, and Joe Kilpatrick made it possible to exceed our advertise-
ment goal. The subscription drive was also successfully completed by our sub-
scription managers, Marguerite Hamman and Joe Kilpatrick.
Other positions were filled as follows: business manager, Waunita Davis,
school life, Jerry Kost and Ted Blackg organizations, Margaret Albersmeyer and
Don Jackson: literary and copy editors, Nancy Bewley and Donna Ballinger,
senior editor, Bonnie Stoneburnerg junior editor, Vera Butt: sophomore editor,
Martha Wiedemanng freshman editor, Nancy Davidson, sports, Kieth Emenhiser
and Lois Rosswurmg photographers, Terry Smith, Kenneth Renno, Don Putt, and
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The Student Council became affiliated with the National Association of Stu-
dent Councils in October, 1945. It was organized to promote school activities, to
develop a respect for school property. to provide for the general welfare of the
student body, to make the school a happy place for mental, moral, and physical
development, and to aid the administration in furthering its policies for the
betterment of the school.
The council is made up of one representative from each home room and the
president and vice-president of each class. All council members must maintain a
UC" average and have no failures. Members are elected not later than the fourth
week in September and serve for a period of thirty-six weeks.
The activities of the year included the revision of the "Student Handbook,"
the conducting of the election for cheer leaders, the arrangements for the Thanks-
giving Convocation, and the sponsorship of the "Snowball Hop."
The Student Council, under the able supervision of their new sponsor, Miss
Rowena Walker, was under the leadership of the following officers: president,
Wanda White: vice-president, Don Meyer: secretary. James Blaisingg treasurer,
Stephen Bruder: and program chairman, Carolee Schnelker.
First Row: Miss Walker, Carolee Sehnel-
ker. Don Meyer, Wanda White, Jim Blais-
ing, Stephen Bruder.
Second Row: Glenn Arnold, Mary Hawk.
Paul Meyer, Bill Critchfield, Thelma
Parker, Lois Arter, Don Ort, Charles
Third Row: Kieth Emenhiser, Jack Whit-
acre, Edward Pfeiffer, Marion Allgood,
Nancy Van Kirk, Eunice Heine, Don
Null, Bonnie George.
Lower picture: Don Meyer, Jim Blaising,
Wanda White, Miss Walker, Stephen
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In front: Carol Glaze, Mr. Henderson.
Seated: Marceil Vodde, Robert Whitacre,
Jacquelyn Richhart, Wanda White,
Gene Critchfield. -
Standing: Sharon DeLeon, Dorothy But-
ler, Hazel Bremer, Glenna Arnold,
ginia Arnold, Katherine Sours, Mary
Catherine Louden, Joe Kilpatrick,
Joan Welch, Edythe Yant, Sue Glaze,
Lois Chambers, Vera Vonderau.
The newest organization in the New Haven High School, the Theta Rho Chap-
ter of the Future Teachers of America, was organized on December 1, 1948, by
four seniors, Gene Critchfield, Carol Glaze, Jacquelyn Richhart, and Wanda
White, who wish to enter the teaching profession.
The F.T.A., sponsored by Mr. Myron Henderson, intends to learn the oppor-
tunies of teaching, to learn the character qualities essential to teachers, to study
the lives of great teachers, and to foster the development of student leadership.
The officers of this new organization are: Wanda J. White, president: Gene
Critchfield, vice-president: Jacquelyn Richhart, secretary: Marceil Vodde, trea-
surer, Robert Whitacre, historian.
Signing out books, dusting books, and keeping them in order are some of the
many duties of the librarians. The librarians also help students to find infor-
The student librarians may work at the desk only, or if they have a "B"
average and are approved by the principal, they may take the library course for
Left to right: Yvonne DeLeon, Miss
Walker, Evelyn Zelt, Beverly Cheney,
Patricia Doctor, and Mrs. Peshek.
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Robert White, Nancy Van Kirk, Vir-
The Masque and Gavel Society was
granted a charter in 1941 and ever since
it has been striving to recognize, promote
and assist the student in raising his
standards of speech in any area of speech
in the high school or community.
Activities of the year included the
appearance of Wanda White, Ervin Kle-
ber, Don Putt, Gene Critchfield, and
Bob Whitacre on the City Desk Radio
program, two initiation ceremonies, a
Christmas potluck dinner party and a
comic gift exchange, a play for P.T.A.,
several speech contests and various activ-
Masque and Gavel Society is under
the capable guidance of Mrs. David Potts
and the following officers: Waunita Da-
vis, presidentg Donna Ballinger, vice-
presidentg Carolee Schnelker, secretaryg
Don Jackson, treasurer.
Top picture: First row: Jacquelyn Rich-
hart, Wilma Irene Doehrmann, Carolee
Schnelker, Phyllis Galligher, Marilyn
Sturm, Thelma Parker, Yvonne DeLeon,
Waunita Davis. Dorothy Butler, Marilyn
Second Row: Lois Arter, Nancy Van
Kirk, Ruth Wiese, Wanda White, Marilyn
Gephart, Lucille Doctor, Nancy Fultz,
Mary Ann Bremer, Nancy Bewley, Mrs.
Third Row: Gene Critchfield, Donald
Jackson. Donna Ballinger, Margaret Al-
Center play scene: Arthur Ruoff, Betty
Fultz, and Mary Catherine Louden.
Bottom: Kieth Emenhiser, Joan Wojcie-
chowski, John Ward, Lavon Miller, Lois
Arter, Thelma Parker, Donald Jackson
and Kedric Ballinger.
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The Sunshiners are kept busy with their many activities such as Tag Day.
"dinky formal" party, conventions, a Christmas party for underprivileged chil-
dren, a Christmas dinner party, and the tea for their "Ideal" Ladies.
The object of the society is to scatter seeds of kindness among the old, the
sick, and the needy. and to weave a golden thread of gladness through the every-
day lives of all.
The officers of the year were: Ruth Wiese, president: Vera Butt. vice-presi-
dent: Martha Wiedemann, secretaryg Lois Chambers, publicity chairman. The
organization is under the auspices of Miss Walker and Miss Royster,
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In 1940 a chorus was organized at N.H.H.S. to teach the fundamentals of
good tone production, to develop the ability to read music at sight, and to build
an organization which can give public performances of good music.
The Chorus, sponsored by Mr. Bernard Pressler, has grown to be one of the
most prominent organizations in the school.
The officers for the year are: president, Bob Lockeg vice-president, Marilyn
Gephart1 secretary-treasurer, Dorthy Butler, student council representative,
First Row: Mr. Pressler, E. Yant, J. Welch, M. Burwell, S. Girardot, R. Rudolph.
G. Critchfield, A. Critchfield, H. Robinson, M. Sturm, M. Gephart, D. Butler,
V. Arnold, G. Arnold, L. Arter.
Second Row: C. Hanefeld, N. Van Kirk, M. Louden, N. Bewley, D. Ballinger,
M. Albersmeyer, J. McKee, R. Uhrick, J. Hazelet, R. Bruick, L. Ulmer, M.
Barry, B. Sours, M. Quance.
Third Row: V. Roussey, V. Vonderau, H. Bremer, D. Koester, N. Fultz, B. Fahl-
sing, R. White, J. Kilpatrick, H. Stone, V. Burkett, R. Hathaway, R. Hamman,
S. Metzger, B. Emrick.
Fourth Row: E. Gephart, S, DeLeon, L. McFadden, J. Tucker, P. Borcherding, C.
Heckman, R. Bell, F. Forsyth, R. Locke, N. Wilson, R. Whitacre, B. Ander-
son, M. Huffer, B. Green.
Fifth Row: M. Coleman, B. Cheney, L. Chambers, S. Glaze, A. Bradtmueller, E.
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To project pictures is the aim of every
qualified member of the Projectionist
Club. This club was organized in 1946 by
Mrs. Delia Redman. Films ordered
through Miss Helen Augspurger serve
both as part of the classroom work and
The Projectionists are serving the
school almost constantly in showing
films to groups and classes. They main-
tain no officers as this organization is
purely a service group.
From Left to Right: Ervin Kleber, Miss
Augspurger, Mrs. Redman, Robert
Frock, Stephen Bruder, Ted Black,
Robert Schomburg, Lucille Doctor, Al-
fred Baatz, Vera Vonderau, Wilda
Linn, Robert Whitacre, Madeline Mil-
ler, Norman Wilson, Don Meyer, Don
Arick, Maurice Bowser, Roland Vau-
ghn, and Gene Bruick.
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first Row: Gene Critchfield, Beverly Cheney, Jack Whitacre, Janet Bookouy Bar-
Second Row: Bonnie George, Phyllis Arnold, Joyce Lake, Carol Hanefeld Mary
Ann Schaper, Hazel Bremer, Alan Critchfield, Virginia Arnold. Harold Stone,
Sue Glaze, Judy Whitelock, Shirley Metzger, Vera Butt.
Third Row: Wanda White. Carol Glaze, Franklin Forsyth, Mary Miller, Stanley
Girardot, Phyllis Bookout, Marilyn Gephart, Robert Rudolph, William Critch-
field Dorothy Wheat, Lois Chambers, Richard Hamman. Barbara Anderson,
Nancy Van Kirk.
Fourth Row: Terry Smith, Donald Whitacre, John Norton, Mary Ann Huffer,
Robert Whitacre, Harry Robinson, Joe Kilpatrick, Mr. Pressler, and Ted Black.
From the time school starts in September until Commencement night in May
our band is a very busy organization. Both the marching and the concert bands
have won many honors during the year. Last spring on April 3, our concert band
went to Hartford City to participate in the district band contest and won a first
rating. Just a week later they came home from the state contest at North Man-
chester with another first to their credit. We are expecting them to do as well
During the fall the marching band was particularly busy. They marched at
many of our football games both at home and away. On October 31, they made a
creditaile showing in the state marching contest at Columbia City. They hurried
fiome from that event to lead the parade for the New Haven Halloween Festival.
On November 11, in Fort Wayne, they won second place in the Armistice Day
Parade and later made a good appearance in the Balloon Parade which opened
the Christmas shopping season. Probably the outstanding event for the marching
band was their trip to Indianapolis where they represented the Fort Wayne dis-
trict of the Knights of Pythias in an all-state conclave.
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The winter activities included many appearances at basketball games, assem-
blies, and pep sessions. On February 12, the band played host to the other county
bands at the Allen County Band Festival. A week later twenty-three members
took part in the district solo and ensemble contest at Harrison Hill School in
Fort Wayne. Out of seventeen events entered, Ney Haven won eleven superior
and four excellent ratings. Nancy Van Kirk on the piano, Bill Critchfield on
both the baritone and the trombone, Bob Whitacre and Joe Kilpatrick on the tuba,
and Terry Smith on the snare drum, all won first ratings in their solos. Ensembles
which won superior ratings were as follows: Bill Critchfield and Bob Whitacre in
a baritone and tuba duet: Nancy Van Kirk, Barbara Anderson, Bill Critchfield,
and Dick Hamman in a trombone quartetg Terry Smith, Ted Black, Don Whitacre,
and John Norton in a drum quartet: Mary Miller, Stanley Girardot, Marilyn,
Gephart, Dick Hamman, Bob Rudolph and Joe Kilpatrick in a brass sextet.
To round out their activities three public concerts are given during the
Majorettes and Drum Major from left to right: Jacquelyn Richhart, Joan
Welch, Gene Critchfield. Betty Lou Emrick, and Nancy Lacey.
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Upper left: Five Mirage members attended the Indiana High School Press Asso-
ciation meeting at Franklin, Indiana.
Upper right: See what eight years can do to you! Some of the senior girls eight
Center left: The cooks, who prepare the food in our school cafeteria, deserve far
more thanks than can be given to them.
Center: A trip to Mackinac was enjoyed by Miss Leaird and Mrs. Nowels.
Center right: It's an addition to the school-the pay telephone.
Lower left: Just a couple of senior girls exchanging conversation.
Lower center: The girls' locker room serves the purpose of a powder room.
Lowcr right: These girls took a prize at the "dinky formal."
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Our hats are off to the Armstrong brothers,
Paul and Scott, who have led our football and
basketball teams through a successful season.
Both men are graduates of Butler University,
where they were active in all sports. After col-
lege, Scott played professional basketball with
the Oshkosh All Stars. Scott, after leaving Osh-
kosh, went to Alexandria, where he was coach
from 1947 to 1948. Paul served in the U. S. Navy.
After his discharge in 1946, he became head
coach of Albany High School. Paul, a graduate
of New Haven High School, returned in Septem-
ber to take over the athletic department with
the help of Scott.
The football team had a hard fought season and came out on the short end
of its games in very rugged competition.
Coaches Paul and Scott Armstrong's charges are eagerly awaiting the
fifth and coming season which they hope will prove to be more prosperous
with the new home field.
First Row, Left to Right: C. Gladieux, M. Allgood, R. Knox, J. Weller, K. Fogel
J. McKee, D. Ort, T. Smith, D. Miller, R. Rudolph.
Second Row: W. Heemsoth, R. Claus, N. Tatman, J. Federspiel, H. Albersmeyer,
W. Guisinger, B. Winans, D. Null, H. Robinson, H. Parker, R. Oligee, D
Third Row: N. Ellenberger, R. Straub, R. Uhrick, J. Hazelet, C. Brincefield, C.
Roemer, R. David, P. Schladenhauffen, D. Patton, D. Graves.
Fourth Row: Coach P. Armstrong, K. Renno, D. Moore, D. Weinman, R. Smith
F. Coburn, F. Nahrwold, R. Roemer, N. Bermes, R. Vaughn, Coach S. Arm-
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Left to Right: William Guisinger, Kieth Emenhiser, Robert Locke, Vernon Bur-
kett, Don Weinman, Eugene Meyer, Norman Ellenberger, Norman Tatman,
Kneeling: Robert Claus, Russel Roemer and Paul Armstrong, coach.
Our Bulldogs, coached by Paul and Scott Armstrong, came through with an-
other good basketball season. These aggressive boys left their mark on many a
team, and also left behind them a very impressive list of victories. The purple and
gold wound up their season with ten wins and twelve defeats.
In the New Year's Day Tournament the Bulldogs won their initial game over
Bluffton by a score of 39 to 31. but were defeated in the finals 39 to 37 by Decatur.
In the Sectional Tournament the boys defeated Fort Wayne Concordia in a
close game in the morning only to be set back by the powerful Monroeville
Two of the New Haven five were among the top scorers of the NEIC. These
boys were Norman Ellenberger and Marvin Meyer.
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Row One: Waldemar Lampe, Charles Roemer, Jack Funk, Jerry McKee, Richard
Uhrick, James Blaising, Charles Gladieux, Carl Grenzenbach.
Row Two: Scott Armstrong, coach, Jerry Hazelet, Kenneth Renno, Norman
Bermes, Roland Vaughn, James Bordner, Kenneth Fogel.
Row Three: James Ladig, Dale Miller, Norman Hughes, Richard Oligee, Jack
Whitacre, James Cook, Norbert Fahlsing.
The second team finished up the season with an impressive line of victories,
of 11 wins and only 5 defeats.
N. H. 32 Huntertown
N. H. 38 Berne
N. H. 39 Monroeville
N. H. 33 Leo
. N. H. 41 Garrett
N. H. 26 Cent. Catholic
N. H. 31 Auburn
N. H. 44 Decatur
.. N. H. 34 Columbia City
N. H. 39 Bluffton
N. H. 37 Decatur
N. H. 43 Warsaw
N. H. 40 Bluffton
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N. H. 35 Monroeville 42
28 ..,., ........ N . H. 37 Concordia 53
Feb. 4 ,,,.. ...... N . H. 50 Cent. Catholic 47
9 .... ........ N . H. 37 Elmhurst 52
11 ..,., ...,,.,. N . H. 46 Hoagland 48
18 .,.,, ....... N . H. 39 Kendallville 47
23, 26 .... ..... S ectional Tournament
N. H. 40 Concordia 39
N. H. 31 Monroeville 37
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First Row: Joe Ellison, Norman Wilson, Franklin Forsyth, Clarence Schaefer,
Ervin Kleber, Ronald Smith Robert Locke, Norman Ellenberger, Eugene
Meyer, Dan Anweiler, Don Weinman, Kieth Emenhiser.
Second Row: Mr. Paul Armstrong, Richard Kitchen, Edward Pfeiffer, Robert
Claus, Robert Bell, Loren Harber, Roy Hathaway, Robert Knox, Paul Schladen-
hauffen, Vernon Burkett, Roland Vaughn, Lester Fowler, Stephen Bruder, Mr.
Third Row: Robert Rudolph, Alfred Baatz, Billy Winans, Maurice Bowser, Wayne
Heemsoth, Kenneth Herman, James Bordner. Kenneth Fogel, Jack Funk, Wil-
liam Guisinger, Edwin Rosswurm, Robert Forsyth, David Furthmiller.
Fourth Row: Stanley Girardot, Harold Albersmeyer, Norman Tatman, Norman
Bermes, Robert David, Waldemar Lampe, Harold Stone, Jerry McKee, Richard
Uhrick, Harry Robinson, James Blaising.
Fifth Row: Carl Brincefield, Donald Graves, Jerry Haze-let, Don Ort, Howard
Parker, Kenneth Renno, Kedrick Ballinger. Russel Roemer, George Cook.
Dodie Patton, Eugene Bruick.
The Lettermen's Club consists of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have
received letters in one of the major sports. The idea and purpose of this club is to
promote sportsmanship and to see that no one wears a letter who does not deserve
it. The sponsor of the organization is Paul Armstrong.
The president of the Lettermen's Club is Don Weinmang the vice president.
Norman Ellenbergerg the treasurer, Bob Claus: the secretary, Bill Guisinger.
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D. Hathaway, N. Lacey, C. Heckman. B. Anderson, P. Schaefer, M. Schrader, M.
Hamman. R. Wiese, V. Vonderau, L. Rosswurm M. Vodde, P. Wayer, D. Voors.
Second Row: W. White, A. Phillips, N. Davidson. J. Elson, M. L. Hawk, J. Lake,
S. Glaze B. Emrick, L. Doctor, N. Bewley, D. Ballinger, M. Albersmeyer, M.
Bremer, T. Voors. T. Parker, B. Green, Mrs. Nowels.
Third Row: M. Quance, M. Coleman. N. Brueck, J. Hawk, P. Galligher. N. Van
Kirk, D. Koester. R. Osborn. M. Van Kirk, Miriam Van Kirk. M. Huffer, M.
Doctor, B. Cheney. L. Chambers. L. Bradtmiller, B. Boese.
Fourth Rowi J, Tucker, J. Wojciechowski. A. Bradtmueller, L. Arter, M. Sturm.
M. Louden, L. Pavey, B. Zehr, Y. DeLeon, N. Fultz, N. Britton, B. George, K.
Frantz D. Wheat, J, Bookout, A. Kitchen.
Fifth Row: P. Arnold. C. Schnelker, C. Kryder, E. Phillips, M. Bradtmueller, C.
Hankel, M. Miller, S. Heath, M. Main. S. Schlaudroff M. Schaper. D. Norden,
B. Girardot, D. Richhart, L. Ulmer, I.. McFadden.
The purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to promote sports and sports-
manship, and to provide some type of athletic participation for every girl.
The activities of the G. A. A. are a Weiner bake to welcome new members.
a Christmas party, and in the spring a banquet given for the presentation of
awards to deserving members.
Mrs. Wanda Nowels sponsored the G.A.A. with the leadership of the follow-
ing officers: president, Lois Rosswurmg vice-president, Vera Vonderaug secretary,
Marceil Vodde: treasurer. Phyllis Wayer, and news reporter, Delores Voors.
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Upper Left: First Row: Vera Butt, Joan Hawk, Marilyn Sturm, Lois Arter.
Nancy Van Kirk.
Second Row: Nancy Fultz, Lois Pavey, Marceil Vodde, Vera Vonderau,
Marilyn Gephart, Delaine Koester.
Lower Right: Champion basketball team,
First Row: Gladys Pavey. Lucille Doctor, Ruth Wiese, Dorothy Gerardot,
Anna Schweigel, Barbara Bell.
Second Row: Thelma Parker, Mary Ann Bremer, Thelma Voors, Lois Ross-
wurni, Rose Stemmler,
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Making its debut at the beginning of the 1948 and 1949 basketball season,
the Barking Bulldogs tpictured on opposite pagel sat in a section at all athletic
contests to promote sportsmanship, better backing. and help to lead the yells of
the cheer leaders.
The Barking Bulldogs have added more color to our athletic contests and
have proved themselves worthy during the organizations brief existence.
The officers are Ervin Kleber, president: Richard Bruick, vice presidentg
Miriam Van Kirk, secretary: and Nancy Davidson, treasurer.
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Cheer leaders: Phyllis Wayer, Bob White. and Marjorie Burkett.
First Row: B. Fahlsing, M. Schrader, B. Green, E, Phillips. G. Pavey, J. Saalfrank
L. Pavey. R. Bruick, J. Hawk. D. Koester.
Second Row: P. Borcherding, E. Gephart. R. Zehrung. M. L. Hawk, M. Van Kirk
M. Wiedemann. Miriam Van Kirk, D. Norden, M. Saalfrank. M. Sturm.
Third Row: D. Goeglein. A. Gliedt, D. Jackson, D. Anweiler, M. Albersmeyer, D
Ballinger. B. Sours, M. Winans, R. Stemmler.
Fourth Row: D. Hathaway. C. Brueck. M. Schaper, S. Schlaudroff, M. Coleman
D. Fiedler, K. Fiedler, R. Osborn. B. Zehr.
Fifth Row: M. Vodde, N. Davidson. M. Main. C. Hankel, E. Baatz, A. Kitchen, M
Koester. D. Putt. N, Bewley.
Sixth Row: J. Wojciechowski, M. Doctor. D. Fultz. N. Brueck. E. Zelt. L. Arter
S. Heath. R. Forsyth, D. Butler.
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Road of Progress began in the year 1885 when New Haven's educational
program began to roll along toward new heights. It was in that year that the old
New Haven school building was established on Middle Street. As the years rolled
along a greater number of pupils enrolled in the school and conditions became
so crowded that a new building was demanded.
Progress again showed up for the new building was completed in 1923.
As the future unfolds the scrolls of time, we see the beautifully constructed two-
story grade school building to be completed fo th
r e beginning of the term
New Haven High School has also added an athletic field which will enable
the students to participate in such activities as football, baseball and track.
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The school year has been full of interesting
events such as the Turkey Trot, sponsored by the
Concert Band. This dance was a sock dance, the
first of its kind at our school. A raffle was held
for a live turkey. Marilyn Koester seemed to
have all the luck that evening and went home
with 12 pounds of "gobb1e-gobble".
Last year in May the Class of 1948 left their
home and went out into the world to make their
way. Although they were missed by many, we
knew they must leave to make room for the class
The Junior and Senior Prom was one of the
finest that New Haven has ever had. Ruth Wiese
was elected Prom Queen, and Kieth Emenhiser
was elected Prom King. The junior aitendants
were Rhea Harvey, Thelma Voors, R. D. Thimlar.
and Marvin Meyer. The senior attendants were
Doris Meyers, Delores Schnoor, George Brueggee
mann, and Richard Schrader. Jack Gladieux and
Mary Koester were the 1947 King and Queen.
New Haven's varsity basketball team did a
fine job this year. This picture was taken during
the game between Monroeville and New Haven.
It seems that Coach Paul Armstrong, Norman
Ellenberger, Bob Claus, Don Weinman and Mar-
vin Meyer are on the lookout for their lost player.
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