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

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WANDA BARTER B, S. degree in Education from Bowling Green Uni- versity, Teaches: Health, Safety, Physical Education. Sponsors: G.A.A., Freshman Class. MARY MANIFOLD B.S. degree from Ball State Teachers College. Teaches: Elementary and High School Art. K2 .-2 calm C24- , 'lvl' fs ...F M.. f' 45 cans? SCOTT ARMSTRONG B.S. degree from Butler University. Teaches: Biology, Driver Training, Sponsors: Letterman's Club, Freshman Class. Coaches: Football, Track. Assistant Coach: Basketball. Ne' I I 3 F' . 1 'qi Nl' 'W 'ZX KENNETH BANDELIER B.S. degree in Agriculture from Purdue University, Teaches: Biology, Vocational Agriculture. Sponsors: F.F.A., Junior Class. RICHARD GUTHIER B.S and degree in Music from University of Illinois. Directs: Band and Chorus. 'ia .SA-'N"'l if I iw I I HAROLD SERING B.S. degree from Ball State Teachers College. Teachesz Health, Safety, Physical Education. Sponsors: Letterman's Club, Freshman Class. Coaches: Basketball. This page sponsored by GuiIlaume's Food Store, New Haven, Indiana "'-wg S.-I PAUL ARMSTRONG B.S. degree from Butler University. Teaches World History, Guy- ernment, Citizenship. Sponsors: Student Council, Letterman Club, Junior Class. Coaches: Baseball, Assistant Coach: Football, Track. .3- After Hours 1 il-ii? ff Y 'k gd ,w ' 5 8 'W' . ,I This page sponsored by New Haven loeker Plant, New Haven, Indiana SURE RCQUQRS Four short years ago l l5 "very green" Freshmen entered the halls ot New Haven. The time for graduation seemed very tar in the future. But now, that we are about to leave these great halls ot learning, we realize how short these four years have been. We think of all the wonderful ac- tivities-games, dances, and parties -we enjoyed. We, members at the graduating class ot nineteen hundred and titty-tour, have had our share as officers of the many different organi- zations during our time at New Haven High School. Although we must leave these halls, we shall always remember what our sponsors and the faculty have done tor us. Although we say "farewell" to our instructors and the undergraduates we shall never forget that New Haven High School is our Alma Mater, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT, Jewel Beebe, Secretary, John Coe, President, Larry Yoder, Treasurer, Joan Whit- acre, Vice President. N IVIEIVIORIAIVI H Ruth Ann Albersmeyer P I -A 562 591 " f K ii. -c This page sponsored by Colony Dress Shop, New Haven, Indiana-"Ladies' Wearing Apparel" THOMAS MACK ADAMS 111-ornn Mirage 3, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Quartermaster 3, 4, National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. Ambition: College. JANE ROSE ANDORFER "Janie" Student Council 4, Student Representative 4, Mirage 3, 4, G. A. A, I, 2, 3, 4, Mosque 81 Gavel 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3, 4, Proiectionists 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, National Honor 3, 4, Vice President 4, Class Secretary 3, attended Girls' State 3, at- tended Central Catholic I. Am- bition: College. ROBERT JOHN BARRY ,,Bob., Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Mirage 3, Masque 8- Gavel 4, Intramural 2, 3, 4, Projec- tianists 3, 4, National Honor 3, 4, President 4, l-Ii-Y 4, Am- bition: College, PATTY JANE BEWLEY G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, Mirage 4, Chorus 2, Y. F. C. 3, 4, President 3. Ambition: Sec- retary. JEAN E. BICKER G. A, A, I, 2, 3, 4, Trea- surer 2, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Masque 81 Gavel 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, National Honor 3, 4, Secretary 8- Treasurer 4. Ambi- tion: Private Secretary or Pub- lic Orgonist. IO Z'3.r vw-......, 'ov .1 45' -.I V, 46' Nd' 1 ff:- 15-' I 'ws JUDITH ANN ALTER Hjudyn G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S. 2, 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3, Librarian 4, Attended Central Catholic I. Ambition: Nurses Training. ELAINE LEOTA BANDELIER S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4. Ambition: Ele- mentary Teacher. JEWEL KAY BEEBE "Julie" S. S. S. 3, 4, Masque 8- Gavel 4, Class Secretary 4, at- tended Butler High School I, 2. Ambition: College. BETTY JEAN BEWLEY "Jeanie" G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S, I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, Chorus 2, Y, F. C. 3, 4, Presi- dent 4. Ambition: Secretary. JOAN G. BICKER ,,Jo,. G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Masque 81 Gavel 4, Intra- mural I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, National Honor 3, 4, Cheer- leaders 2, 4, Class Secretary 8. Treasurer I, County Track At- tendant l, Ambition: Airline Stewardess. This page sponsored by lsenborger and Lamont, New Haven, Indiana I s MARJORIE JOANN BOGER 1,-'ou G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, S. S, S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Of- fice Work. f' :JD .qs I . I i I I s I 2 i GILBERT CARL BRADTMUELLER "Gibby" Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Pro- iectionists 3, 4, F. F. A. 2. Am- bition: To make 0 million. 'uf BARBARA ANN BRUECK 11 Ba'bn S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural 2. Ambition: To go to college. .Q Y, : L DONALD BRUICK ,,Don., Lettermans Club I, 2, Track E I, 2. Ambition: Commercial Pilot. N, BONNIE LOU BUSCHE gs, Mirage Staff 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, S. S. S. 2, 3, 4, Masque 8- Gavel 3, 4, Chorus 2, Na- tional Honor 3, 4, Attended Concordia I. Ambition: College -then I wonder. This page sponsored by Parrot Packing Company, Fort ur' if Wayne, Indiana MARGARET JOYCE BOGER njoyi, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Masque 8 Gavel 4, National Honor 3, 4, Librarian 4. Ambition: Nurse or Labora- tory Technician. DELORES F. BRUDER nbeeu Mirage 3, 4, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural I, 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 4, Librarian 3. Ambition: To be a nurse. LOWELL EDWARD BRUECK Lettermans Club 3, 4, Foot- ball Manager 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Proiectionists Club 3, 4, I-li-Y 4. Ambition: Air- plane Pilot. JAMES ALLEN BURKETT ,,Jim,. Student Council I, 2, Mirage 3, Basketball I, Track I, 2, Baseball 4, Masque 8- Gavel 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3, 4, Proiec- tionists Club 3, 4 Band I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Chorus 2, 3, Class President I. Ambition: To own BIackwell's Dept. Store. JOHN BURR COE Student Council I, 3, 4, Let- termans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec., Lettermans Club 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 3, 4, President 3, 4, Class Repre- sentative I, Prom King 3, Hi-Y 4. Ambition: Building Contrac- tor and a Diesel Fireman. II CARILYN SUE COLLINS ncaryn Sunshine Society I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 4, Librarian 2, Jefferson Center High School I, 2. Ambition: Health and Hap- piness. CARLA JEANNE DAVID "Jeannie" Mirage 3, 4, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Sunshine Society I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Sec. Band 3, attended State Sun- shine camp 3. Ambition: X-Ray Technician. KEITH R. DEETER "Den" Lettermans Club 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3, 4, Projectionists Club 4, Concordia I. Ambition: Have 500 oil wells. FRANK G. DRIVER Lettermans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Basketball I, Base- ball 4, Intramural 2, 3, 4, Pro- iectionists Club 2, 3, 4, F. F. A 2, 3, 4. ROBERT DUFFEY llBobll Intramural I, 2, 3, Chorus 4. Ambition: Become o jet pilot. I2 EVELYN SOPHIA DAUER G. A. A. I, Sunshine Society 2, 3, 4, Intramural I. Ambi- tion: General office work. JACK DeLEON "Curley" Mirage 4, Senior Editor 4, Masque 8. Gavel 3, 4, Intra- mural I, 2, 3, 4, Proiectionists Club 4. Ambition: Medical Ca- reer or English and Latin Teacher. "' DAVID E. DOCTOR rrooveu Intramural I, 2, 3, 4. Am- bition: Raise Cane. -gf' O A -- i I I elif: '35, , I Y' Q I - E RICHARD ALLEN DUFFEY "Dick" Intramural I, 2, 3. Ambi- 4-Q., tion: Factory Work. -get JACK THOMAS DOWN EY Lettermans Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Proiectionists Club 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, Huntertown one half year. Ambition: Make the first trip to the moon. 440' This page sponsored by Pioneer Ice Cream Co., Inc., For! Wayne, Indiana DAN ELLENWOOD "Ellie" Lettermans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Intramural 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, attended South Side one-halt year. Am- bition: To be a nice guy for once. EVELYN FRANCES GIBSON .,Gibby,. G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3. Ambition: Private Secretary. CAROLE ELNORA HARRIS S. S. S. 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, attended Central I, 2. Ambi- tion: To be a secretary. NORMA META HARTMAN G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3. Ambitioni General office work. COLETTE ANN HEEMSOTH GA. . , , , . . 6,4 f - I 'Q .gal cl' A N.. 3 1 td f I S w. N. i I Jxv f,-E Q, I . : A0 -ff' I-wi: I234'Intr ,,, 1 .,,'L'Q' Pioiectilonilsts 4. Ambition: Suc- cess and Happiness. I -3-of -wg " . Y -3 ..:,,f. -, .1 ix b W - ,,,i. ' :, . nv . .,. J V- , , H bd Q .A X :,.. K A z. -.L . . I . .. ..., sg T Jig 't I . .if-. V. i . A '2 x i --. ,. .., ,l .. M., 5 e-es. .,Q., V . .- , , V .if 'Y -Q ,.., HM? ..t .1 . Q -'LW . .-., if. . . , . , This page sponsored by Grover Shannon Candies, Fort Wayne, Indiana HAROLD CLAYTON FRANKE Mirage Staff 3, 4, Intramur- al I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, attended Boys' State 3. Ambition: Photographer. BONNIE LOU GIRARDOT G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural I, 2, 3. Ambition: Pri- vate Secretory. ARNOLD A. HARTMAN Intramural I, Projectionists 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 4. Ambition: F. B. I. agent. JERRY L. HECKLER Lettermans Club I, 2, Foot- ball I, 2, Proiectionists 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Gunsmith or Game Warden. ROBERT H. HEMSOTH nsobn Lettermans Club I, 2, Bas- ketball I, Intramural 3, 4, Pro- jectionists Club 4. Ambition: Be a Millionaire. I3 RUTHANN HENRY "Ruthie" G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, Librar- ians 4. Ambition: Secretary. MARLENE MAE JUDT "Minn" Student Council 2, Secretary 2, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, S, S. S. 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: Play Pro. baseball. ROSEMARY JOANN JIMISON ,,-limmyu G. A. A. I, 2, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, Chorus 4. Ambition: Health and Hap- piness. FRANK ALVIN KERNS "Kereno" Lettermans Club I, 2, Foot- ball I, Track 2. Ambition: Naval officer. RICHARD DEAN KRAUTER "Hatred" Lettermans Club I, 2, Foot- ball I, 2, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Custom car builder. i f ' . . 1 - Q b i DORIS ANN HERMAN SQ f- ' G. A. A. i, 2, 3, 4, s. 5, S, I, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 2, Vice President 3, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary I. Ambition: Private Secretary. , Nan 14,5 . s N xi my . 2 X , 4 45" Q Q F 4 I K if t -I g A ' I if . . ,A 1: tt... . ., 1. 5. 1? - MARVIN GEORGE JUDT I A - "Mick" Student Council 4, Letter- : 2 mans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice " , , ' President 3, Football 2, 3, 4, W - V ' Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- j Q " mural I, 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 5 .J i 3, 4, Ambition: To work in b ,V Qqk. factory. Eg II I J! I gf. nt. if - fi r , Y 5 uEi.oREs ELAINE KEMERY wk- -". uneen I V G.A,A.I,2,3,S.S.S.I, ' ' "" . if 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, . Chorus one-halt year. National . Honor 3, 4, Librarian 3, Y. F. C. 3, 4, Secretary 3. Ambition: Nurses' Training, .I l ltlli , JAMES HERMAN KNIPSTEIN X . V, 9, V Nip ' V fu, ' ,mi V' Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, H, . ' '1 , 2, F. F. A. 3. Ambition: Navy. 3 4 4 ' . THoMAs LEE KUNDERD Q A , v 1 IlTomll , N, , 3 Lettermans Club I, Football i "- 'I 5 I, Intramural I, 2, 4. Ambi- ' f tion: Army or Navy officer. , ily, Fi I , I A . : t::: iVllijfifi'fA-Wlff 'F Tiff' I ' I4 This page sponsored by Ole Nick Roof Beer Barrel, Junction 24 and 30, New Haven, Indiana DENNIS WADE LADIG "Fish" Lettermans Club I, Football I, 2, Track 2. Ambition: En- gineering. BETTY ANN LIEBERT "Betsy" Student Council 3, Student Council President 3, G, A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Masque 8- Gavel 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, National Honor 3, 4, Librarians 4, Vice Presi- dent 3. Ambition: Happiness and SUCCESS with a certain soldier. JANET JUNE McCOMB ,,Jan,. Student Council 3, Mirage 4, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3. Ambition: Bookkeeper. WILLARD GEORGE MEYER "WilIie" Intramural I, Proiectionists 2, 3, 4, F, F. A. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. Ambition: Farm- ing. RONNIE WAYNE MILLS "Rough Mills" Lettermans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Ambi- tion: First, College, then to make as much money as possi- ble with as little work as pos- sible. A 5 'Y-in IIS -KX -ir' E ' Q' nl I1 'J X . jk .3 . .-i.n",. .., V., . 1 i ff-Safer 'QQEEQ 1145: 6'fii.?':'S 'I' n Av 5' Xl. - - S X IVR" .if .1 , ' I 1 .1 I-h r-X Q .... 4 fx , 'ns- 3' ' .. J 'X 1 t .' J' . X .x .. 2 ggi. 2 sa -A xx 4 JACK LEWIS LAKE iijacku Lettermans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Attendant 3, President Lettermans Club 4. Ambition: I want to be as lazy as .Iudt in the line. MARSHALL PIERRE LOMONT "Mouse" Intramural I, 2, F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 4, President 3. Ambition: Agriculture Ca- reer. THOMAS R. MEYER 111-ornu Projectionists 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 4, Ambition: Contractor. THOMAS GERALD MIDDLETON "Jerry" Proiectionists Club 3, 4, South Side. Ambition: Air Force. BONNIE LOU MINER Student Council I, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, In- tramural I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, V2, Majorette I, 2, 3, Chor- us 3, Vice President I. Ambi- tion: Private Secretary. This page sponsored by Stemmler's Shell Servire and Grocery, New Haven, Indiana I5 f I ..,.. , ' I v , , V y I 5 xx I , , rn." - i W 4,-'4",nu, a 5 w -'f I 4- 1 ' 1 . fa ,,,1 n u ':l V 15 my . , 14 H 'Lj.gVp F .vv H Md'- fu' W if I fwf6'o M . 'aff ww HAROLD KENT MURPHY ,.MurPh1, Lettermans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Track I, 2, Intramural 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Engineer. ROBERT LOUIS NIETER ,,Bobu Intramural 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: Farming. DON D. OSBORN nolzieu Band I, 2, 3, 4, Quarter- master 2. Ambition: To work in store as clerk and do music work on the side. JANE POIRSON G. A, A, I, 2, 3, 4, S, S, S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Majorette I, 2, Chorus 2, Cheerleader 4. Arn- bition: Private Secretary. v-aww . 1 . , ,er I I g . g 2 1"'? flu 1 i r rl KEITH OLIVER PIPER Hpipei, I i n , Mirage 3, 4, Assistant Edi- ' tor 3, Editor 4, Lettermans , J r Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, ' I ' 3, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Masque ' E 81 Gavel 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, In ' 4. Ambition: College. . .1.'. 'Sky , 3, fl, f . 5555: .gi I1 I'C'3. 'Ea' .il . I 6 r tw 4 . 2 1 S lf- S s 'O-in its up ...s.v' i , AX .1 -1 I 2 2 ' S, I '12, 5 . T ' 4 .1 . KEITH EDWARD N ELSON usqeezu Lettermans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, Projectionists 4. Ambition: Arch or Engineering Drafting. JACQUALINE JEAN NORD "Jackie" Mirage 3, 4, G. A. A. I, 2 3, 4, S. S, S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Prom Queen 3. Ambition: Sten- ographer or general office worker. 1 WAYNE RICHARD PECK "Pete" Lettermans Club I, 2, 3, 4' Football i, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 22 Projectionists 4. Ambition: Car- penter. JEANNE MARION POIRSON G. A. A, I, 2, 3, 4, S, S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3 4, Band I, 2, Majorette I, 2, Chorus, Cheerleader. 4. Ambi- tion: Private Secretary. 1 LARRY LENWELL RANDOLPH nkandyu Student Council 2, Letter! mans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Track I, 2, 3, Baseball I, 2, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: College, business and hap- piness in lite. This page sponsored by Bell's Skating Rink, New Haven, Indiana S . HAROLD LEE REYNOLDS Intramural I, 2, 3. Ambi- tion: Drafting. Ng - .,, : Li "off . I I 121 1 I I 2 e WILLIS EDWARD I SCHEUMANN "WiIIie" Lettermons Club I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, lntra rural I, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: W k. '4' or bb 3 1 x . . I 2 ,K x 1 It . I pfgft if S Q i 3 .M - X AMELIA sHEEi-IAN ' I ,.Amy,. G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, S. S. S., I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4. Ambition: To be a nurse. AJ' .ruff '0 my ROSEMARY JANE SPOHR 5 I 1 "Rosie" Mirage 4, Senior Editor 4, ' G. A. A.I,2, 3, S. S. S.I,2, ' 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3. Am- bition: Bookkeeper. ,gr . CT? i . If-Q I I l DARLENE ELIZABETH STRADER "Betsy" Q Student Council I, 4, G. A. I A. I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 3, Masque 8- Gavel 3, 4, Secretory 4, No- tional Honor 3, 4, Librarian 4, Attended State Sunshine Camp. Ambition: Laboratory Techni- cian. , 'Q gf ...Q- Er This page sponsored by Purvis Drug Store, New Haven, Indiana NORMA LOU SCHAPER G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, Chorus 4. Ambition: Success and Happiness. JOAN LEE SCHLEMMER G. A. A. 2, 3, S. S. S. 2, 3, 4, Prom Attendant 3, attended Central Catholic I. Ambition: Private Secretary. MARTHA BELL SIDDELL S. S. S. 3, 4, attended Riley High School I, Mishawaka High School 2. Ambition: Housewife. DONNA .IEANE STON EBU RNER "Stony" G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, Maiorette. Ambi- tion: To have happiness in lite. ROGER LEE TAYLOR ,.Red.. Track 2, Intramural 4, Chor- us I, Class Secretary I, Class Treasurer I, Attended Sidney I, 2. Ambition: Raising Pure Bred Livestock. I7 NANCY JANE VOIROL G. A. A. I, 2, 3, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3. Ambition: Success and Happi- ness. MARGARET JOAN WHITACRE H-lo., Student Council 4, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, S. S. S. I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Asst. Librarian I, Li- brarian 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor 3, 4, Class Vice President 4. Ambition: College. ROBERT PAUL WIESE ,,Bob,, Student Council 2, Masque 81 Gavel 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, National Honor 3, 4, Class President 2. Ambition: Navy. JAMES L. WITMER 1,-Hmm Intramural I, 2, Cborus 4. Ambition: Contractor. I8 Q-and .wmv '-.mr "'-I-N ROBERT ELMER WERLING uBobu Student Council 3, Track 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Pro- jectionists 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, National Honor 3, 4. Ambitioni College. FRED WIEDEMANN "Wheaties" Student Council 4, President 4, Lettermans Club I, Basket- ball I, Masque 81 Gavel 3, 4, Vice President 4, Intramural 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Class Representative 4, Prom Attend- ant 3. Ambition: Engineering. CARL A. WILT F. F. A. 2, attended Leo I, 2. Ambition: Farmer. LARRY LEE YODER "Yodt" Student Council 2, Letter- mans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Masque 81 Gavel 3, 4, Trea- surer 47 Projectionists 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 2, Class Treasurer 4. Ambition: To be- come a Civil Engineer. This page sponsored by Gladieux Oil Sales, Inc., Fort Wayne, Indiana 1 ii f f ilk' 1104 ft fs 'f ' wh r gif? 1'5" Kwai Y ,f V , F f ff' ff -2 .232 ' Hifi' if Q. il 'Ek 'Sw wsfzhkx ', , wx. This page sponsored by Elwood's Service Sfafion, New Haven, Indiana 2 , 'fl ew - f 7 ' if X91 I fi fx 5 . we ? An Sv. A ' ' "Y "R -A., ,, : N g Y 'W -, V 'K M H HSP. W ' , ' 'f?vf", .cv 'gala I -Si? gf Q , f lt U w 9 Q , 'K xi A , 5 - 1 1, ' s , ::, .4-3 r 1- Y V 'lg wc' Q H412 kv Q f. ,g - A i I9 BUPPURTIN 9 Cilfili JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Margaret Unsicker, Treasurer, Beth Parent, Secretary, Don Vonderau, President, Vernon Frisby, Vice President. ROW lx Dwyine Allgood, Ann Arens, Dale- Arnold, Clarence Bahde, Allen Baumgartner, Ralph Bearman, Arloa Boese, Bruce Bone, Nancy Bott. ROW 2: Virgil Brockman, Ann Brooks, Sue Brooks, Joan Bohr, Peggy Bur- chardt, Stanley Clauss, Jim Clem, Nancy Coleman, Geneva Doehrmann. ROW 3: Deanne Dornte, Jack Downs, Gene Dutfey, Gwen Du Mont, Roger Dull, Lois Elwood, Ervin Evard, Doro- thy Fisher, Ronald Foster. ROW 4: Shirley Freede, Vernon Frisby, Katie Frock, Dorothy Foltz, Nancy Garpow, Larry Glaze, Frank Goeglein, Beverly Graves, Walter Grover. ROW 5: Sandra Guenther, Carrol Heine, .lane Heine, Don Henderson, David Herbst, Karen Hiatt, Lou Hildinger, Ronnie Hutter, Delores Huguenard. ROW 6: Joan Huguenard, Robyn lhrie, Cecile Jacquay, Terry King, Leroy Kinney, Carlyne Knapp, Don Knip- stein, Verna Koeneman, Judy Leslie, ROW 7: David Linnemeyer, Mary Lou Linn, Dorothy Lippott, Bill Locke, Joe Malott, Bob Mattingly, Bill Mattingly, Larry Meyer, Jerry Mills. 20 This page sponsored by Juckson's Shell Service Sfofion, New Haven, Indiana 1 PAY f , .gh f'.1"'f 'R 35' ' F , - ,hm x . X " Lf? S195 , 55 55 gfx. -2 fi, 'E e'ev"'W e Q- 6 'N " ,. - ' . :Q :ee x ee e 5 'N' 1-.A ' ' ' K' v . v Ui, . 5 f .G Q 1 6 f k , . iz 6 .f :- G , ew dx-Q N 'DL 7 xr T 'gun A MH ' U e wW'f1X7N5,. - A e 5 ,x -fy ' QA A Y 6,1 x ,W I, ,-2 ' 'tx .-,, ,. , f M 23 .-.. ' ' gym '-1' '. -,X an ' -K. ' V ,W 1 '1 X '- r , 'lbw fw- fy X , Th 5 page spo s ed by Sf ky Inc. New Haven, Indiana 21 WRT' 'KU ANN BROOKS ROW lj Jim Morning, Orel Mowery, El- mer Nahrwold, David Newhord, Terry Newkirk, Beverly Niccum, Danny Noi'- ziger, Bird Null, Ivan Overlin. ROW 2: Beth Parent, Shelvy Parsons, Beverly Phillips, Shirley Placek, Mar- lene Poeppel, Sharon Ratliff, Pat Reece, Carolyn Reinking, Herman Rorick. ROW 3: Norman Rorick, Carol Ryan, Eileen Saaltrank, Jim Schlemmer, Bill Schuckel, Ruth Schweyer, Shirley Sev- erence, Lynn Shaw, Tom Smith. The Junior Prom King and A Queen are Ann Brooks and N 'yy Dwyine Allgood. v DWYINE ALLGOOD ROW 4: Pat Snyder, Carol Springer, De- lores Stark, Marian Stoller, Richard Stolte, Tad Stucky, Don Suchma, John Thompson, John Uhrick. ROW 5: Margaret Unsicker, Pat Vachon, Joyce Vinup, Janice Vodde, Don Von- derau, Carol Wayer, Don Werling, Tom Wheat, John Wiese. ROW 6: Howard Williams, Sue Williams, Glen Wolff, Wesley Yant, Dick Ying- ling, Faye York, Sylvan Young, Caro- lyn Zink. 22 This page sponsored by Hoosier Tourist Courts, New Haven, !ndic'nu .sv h , 595: n 1 J! if U .ls J .,, 145 'a U G sw o tr, N , hr V- 5: x Q 4: ,F .I , N, ,N , J . 1 yr A F ' " 2 ' r Q 4 - " . pp-fi I ai T' X ' V xl I ,jr ,- U 1. 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ROW FOUR: Falaise DeLeon, Sandra Di- bert, Ben Dixson, Joe Dodane, Helen Doehrman, Allen Dornte, Susan Dun- can, Larry Elwood, Russell Fisher. ROW FIVE: Nancy Fox, Tom Franklin, Carol Frederick, Norma Frisby, Bob Fritcha, Bill Geroff, Joyce Giradot, Joann Grossman, Roger Grofrian. ROW SIX: Sherrill Gunder, Mary Ann Gusfin, Mary Jo Hause, Sharilyn Hen- dricks, Marjorie Herber, James Jack- son, James Jacobs, Sharon Jeffery, Barbara Jenkins. ROW SEVEN: James Kennerk, Jane Kil- patrick, Rosalie Koester, Eileen Land, Jean Lepper, Bob Lepper, Judy Lewis, Dick Loebert, Bob Long. 211 This page sponsored by Lincoln National Bank and Trusf Co., New Haven, Indiana - , it sv- -' ix sa WY fxa S S This page sponsored by A. B. C. Auto Court, Linzoln Highway East, New Haven, Indiana ,qs 1 f K , ' Lf uv- ,Q K . E as W K, 9 in 95 . , F-X. 1 if , ,x ,N Q' . 's3Q.f"g4 , xi 2' 1 ,s wi , 5 , ,Jim XS ' QQ! X lo 1 exif lax. X M riff , ,Z 7 rg 95 59515 + - f I ..,.. , ' I v , , V y I 5 xx I , , rn." - i W 4,-'4",nu, a 5 w -'f I 4- 1 ' 1 . fa ,,,1 n u ':l V 15 my . , 14 H 'Lj.gVp F .vv H Md'- fu' W if I fwf6'o M . 'aff ww ROW ONE: John Longardner, Kenney Longardner, Larry McComb, Beverly McVoy, Dan Martin, David Mason, Kenney Messman, Carol Meyer, Eu- gene Miller. ROW TWO: Barbara Miller, Jim Minick, Estill Murphy, Emmalyn Nord, Henry Norden, James Norden, Jack Null, Donna Oberley, Kay Ort. ROW THREE: Connie Pearson, Veronica Perez, LaVon Perkins, Dale Pickett, Nyle Pickett, Lillian Rekeweg, Roger Reynolds, Ruthann Robbins, Charlie Roberts. ROW FOUR: Sharon Roth, Tom Roussey, Ernest Rudolph, Bob Saalfrank, Larry Sayre, Joyce Schmeling, Dean Schroe- der, Carol Seiler, Madonna Sering. ROW FIVE: Bud Shortridge, Dale Sutter, Alice Taylor, Nila Tinsley, Duaine Vondran, Fred Vondran, Sharon Wea- ver. 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' X 12255 A X' 'L Ll-LA L ' l .: 'A R . px. s, This page sponsored by Zelf's Service Siaiion, New Haven, Indiana a ,, 4. y b l 1 Q., .. B Y E , . - 'ff l ,fs 7. '5- ,A ,g:, . . . , K A , ' hr, ,Q v is w A' - -4 Q 1:52 :gf R , N-I 1, 5-- km zz: s u 3 I .1 x " A - M 1 L 29 ROW ONE: Robert McNeal, Fred Merz, Janice Mills, Glen Moore, Patty Mou- rey, Karen Murphy, Nicholas Nichol- off, Patricia Nicholotf, Donald Nor- den. ROW TWO: Robert Nowak, Denny Nowels, Beverly Null, Linda O'Donnell, Manfred Ort, Wilbur Ort, Barbara Overholt, Carl Parkison, Dan Pearson. ROW THREE: Kenneth Peters, Bonnie Potts, Janice Quinlan, Judith Reinking, Nancy Reinking, Kay Riegel, Norma Romines, Mary Rorick. 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QQUU C H om RU Ji x S 4 QA o S I , "' Q in ig V , a ."T 1: g 3190 -5, QW HAD XA Nw?-'G'A'A'lff N 9 5? Gee S G. A. A. . Q23 2,93 45fi'f.,X Q-mm 0 X 1 ' X C 4 OEQ'I M3 fs JJ C WSL, JZ QRIQML1 J L1 LJ U M fm 3SrQ S NATIONAL I'-Onan 5051275 fl! 71,4 Q X if i J i L r Ziyi Nfl' Nu ,.-- . ,avr f r 3 E ffl rg? J lf 3? i u 5 A N ' --r N 14 . G ,454 ffl., 2 ' ,- ational Honor Sooiet .Wg .ag N 4,11 my 5 f on :L xxx YQ' ., i iii gi ' " 'USES ARE 1 . - ri P533 g :. ' F, ,S l up is if t "Z, QW 34 'X 1 tt, ,, , S g Membership in the National Honor Society, the highest scholastic honor in New Haven High School, is given to those who possess leadership, character, scholarship, and the willingness to be at service throughout the school. ln the spring the National Honor and Student Council Societies have their joint banquet. At this banquet the new National Honor Society members are initiated. The sponsors are Miss Opal Bower and Mr, Myron Henderson. , .1 1. E 5 f A l 'u-...ur ,, nf NJ' f ,Aj 'V' u x.', X ff 5 Q if 1 it 3 ,:- ,- 2 ,K . lg! i fx, W' 3 2 Q 'Lila E, 4 r 1 H Wm l953-54 MEMBERS, CLOCKWISE: Tam Adams, Jane Andorfer, Elaine Bandelier, Barry, Jean Biclaer, Joan Biclcer, Joyce Boger, Bonnie Busche, Delores .Kemery, Betty Liebert, Darlene Stracler, Bob Werling, Joan Whitacre, Fred Wiedeman, Bob Wiese. 36 Bob Student Council A miss AR 5 iviuv 1. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lois Sidell-Sponsor, Fred Wiedeman, Carol Heine, Connie Pearson, Paul Armstrong-Sponsor. STANDING: Carol Ryan, Vernon Frisby, Joan Whitacre, Betty Lewis, Diane Weisman, Bob Barry, Martha Grotrian, Darlene Strader, Geneva Doehrman, Margaret Unsicker, Susan Duncan, Kay Ort, Fred Vondran, Marvin Judt, Veronica Perez, Dan Pearson, Raymond Hill, Jackie Smith, Don Andorter, Jane Andorter, The Student Council is composed of the presidents and vice-presidents at each class, a representative from each home room, a representative at large from the senior class, elected by the class, and a representative at large from the senior class, chosen by the taculty. The sponsors of Student Council are Mrs. Lois Sidell and Mr. Paul Armstrong. Meetings are held each Tuesday in the library. The Student Council sponsors the Snowball Hop, an annual affair, The election ot cheerleaders is handled by Student Council. ln addition, most ot the assembly programs are handled by Student Council. Student Council also played a major part in planning the Halloween Festival last tall. The monitor lists are arranged by the Vice-President. The Student Council officers are: President, Fred Wiedeman, Vice- President, Carol Heine, Secretary, Connie Pearson, Treasurer, Don Vonderau. Student Council members are: Joan Whitacre, Bob Berry, John Coe, Darlene Strader, Marvin Judt, Jane Andorter, Fred Wiedeman, Don Von- derau, Vernon Frisby, Geneva Doehrman, Carol Ryan, Carol Heine, Margaret Unsicker, Fred Vonderan, Don Andorter, Susan Duncan, Connie Pearson, Kay Ort, Veronica Perez, Dan Pearson, Raymond Hill, Jackie Smith, Betty Louis, Jerry Allgood, Diane Weisman, Martha Grotrian. This page sponsored by Allen County Times, New Haven, Indiana 37 Band X . 4. FIRST ROW Don Suchma, Tom Adams, Carla David, Ann Brooks, Connie Pearson, Bonnie Miner, Bob Wic-se. SECOND ROW Judy Leslie, Pat Snyder, Ronnie Foster, Joann Bogcr, Robyn lhric, Joyce Vinup, Beverly Niccum, Don Osborn, Phyllis Skinner, Dale Closson, Jeanne Whit-:lock THIRD ROW Elaine Bandclicr, Ernest Rudolph, Dorothy Fultz, Carol Cook, Kay Allen, John Wic-se, Karen Juergens, Janet Benton, Harold Franke, Joan Whitacre, Marilyn Hancfeld, Betty Sturm, Bonnie Bermes, Lvnda Youtz, Richard Brinkman, Carol Bucher, Kent Murphy, Joyce Whitacre FOclRTl-l ROW Lorna Krauskopf, Carol Rothenhofcr, Barbara Sprunger, Marlo Todd, Wesley Yant, Maridce Smith, Betty Liebert, Carol Springer, Sylvan Young, Byron Kennedy, Bruce Bone, Fred Dixson, Jackie Smith, Maryln Blaising, Jim Burkett, Barbara Over- holt, Jane Kilpatrick, Margaret Unsicker, Beth Parent. The Concert Band, under the direction of Mr. Richard E, Guthier, is a busy organization all through the year, The band is composed of fifty-seven members, including the officers, as follows: Captain, Jim Burkett, Quartermaster, Tom Adams, assistant Quartermaster, Ronnie Foster, Secre- tary, Ann Brooks, Librarian, Janet Benton, Assistant Librarian, Judy Leslie. During the fall the band marched at football games. We also acted as host for the Marching Contest in which we participated and won the Sweepstakes Award. Winter activities included play- ing for pep sessions and at basketball games. We also gave our annual winter concert. This year the concert band undertook a new project. Since we have won first in the state con- test for many consecutive years, we went on a concert tour, playing for schools in Northern Indiana and Michigan. Our first stop Thursday morning was Angola, from there we went to Sturgis and ended up at Niles to stay all night and to play our morning concert, Friday afternoon we went through the instrument factory at Elkhart, and Friday night we gave an evening concert at War- saw, spending the night there. 38 Choru ROW ONE Rosalc Koester, Sharon Roth, Norma Schaper, Faloise De Leon, Robert Duffy, Dale Closson, Fred Vondran, Joan Wh tacre, Rosemary Jirrrson, Carol Springer, Delores Huguenard, ROW TWO' Ernmalyn Nord, Peggy Burchardt, Lois Elwood, Carilyn Collins, David Linnemeyer, Bird Null, Sfanlev Clauss, Alvin Bicker, Verna Koeneman, Joan Huguenord, Joyce Bruick, Gwen Du Mont RCW THREE Beverly Phillips, Jane Heine, Larry Sayre, Jim Warmer, Dan Ellenwood, Harold Franke, David Newhard, Bop Were ling, Kenny Messrnan, Mary Lou Linn, Dorothy Lippoti, ACCOMPANIST Margaret Uns.cker. The chorus, under the direction of Mr. Richard E. Guthier, is composed of 36 members from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. The chorus meets five days a week during the tirst period. The piano accompanists were Jane Anclorter during the first semester and Margaret Unsiclcer during the second semester, This year the chorus sang for the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter convocations and for the spring concert. They also caroled in the halls of the grade and high schools durIng the Christmas season. On March l9th the group participated in the Allen County Choral Festival at l-luntertown, 39 Girls' Athletic Association law 1' ui The Girls' Athletic Association attempts at oil times to further the interest in sports, in and out ot school, and to encourage healthful activities tor the mind and body in order that the participants might become better citizens in the world ot tomorrow. Heading our roster this year were Mrs. Wanda Barter, sponsor, Marlene Judt, president, Sandra Guenther and Margaret Unsicker, vice-presidents, Joan Buhr, secretary, Connie Pearson, treasurer, and Joyce Whitacre, news reporter. During the year we had a class tournament, intramural games, an after- game dance, and a skating party. ln the spring ot the year we have a banquet at which all girls who have earned them are presented awards, Letterman's Club A The Letterman's Club is composed of boys who have won a letter or numerals in high school sports. The Letterman's Club is under the leadership of Mr. Harold Sering, Mr. Scott Armstrong, and Mr. Paul Armstrong. The main purpose of this club is to promote better sportsmanship through athletics. Club activities for the year included a banquet on November i0 given by Dr. Hoetzer for the undefeated Bulldog football team. The Letterman's Ball was held on January 30. There was a basketball banquet and then the initiation ofthe new members and club picnic in the spring, This page sponsored by Heckman's Bindery, North Manchester, Indiana Sunshine Society The Sunshine Society ot New Haven High School was founded in l932, This year the Sunshine Society consists ot 220 girls. The Society has tried to make its goal helpfulness and kindness to others, The otticers are: Darlene Strader, president, Carla David, vice-president, Sandra Guenther, treasurer, Sharon Ratlitt, Secretary, Connie Pearson, Pub- licity Chairman. The sponsors are: Mrs. Helen Troyer and Mrs. Lois Sidell. The girls have enjoyed many activities this year: the Thanksgiving baskets that were given to the needy families near New Haven, the Christmas party for the under-privileged children ot our school, and the Riley Fund col- lected on the annual Tag Day. Many members will always have memories about the "get acquainted" party in the tall, the District and State Conventions, the slumber party held in the gym. The girls choose an ldeal Lady at the beginning ot the year. Throughout the year the Sunshine girl gives this lady gifts. We have the ldeal Ladies' and Mothers' Tea in the spring and the quiet dignity of instal- lation ceremonies is very much enjoyed. This page sponsored by New Haven Bakery, New Haven, Indiana Hi-Y The Hi-Y organization of the New Haven High School is affiliated with the Fort Wayne Y.M.C.A. This organization is for boys of the freshmen, sophomore, junior, and senior classes. To become a member the boy must first apply for membership, then be accepted by the members. Since this is the first year of the club the primary activity has been its organization. ln addition there have been some social activities. Future armers of merica 6 PN ,MQ l lb txt, The New Haven Chapter ofthe Future Farmers of America now consists of twenty members. The chapter has made a very fine showing in contests which it entered and now has a high standing in the district and state. A few of the recreational activities were square dances and swimming parties, and the chapter at present is discussing a bowling party. The officers ore: President, Ervin Evardg vice-president, Willard Meyers, secretary, gAarjhFll Lamont, treasurer, Vernon Werlingg reporter, Virgil Brockmang adviser, Mr. K. J. on e lef- asque and Gavel ,., ,.,, .........-nm FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Wiese, Alvin Bicker, Don Henderson, Keith Piper, Larry Yoder, Jock DeLeon, Mary Jo House, Janet Benton, Sue Brooks. SECOND ROW: Paul Boldt, Bob Barry, Jim Burkett, Fred Wiedeman, Jean Bicker, Darlene Strader, Beverly Niccum, Jane Andorter, Bonnie Busche, Joyce Boger, Joan Bicker, Myron Henderson-Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Betty Liebert, Dorothy Fisher, Jewel Beebe. Masque and Gavel, the dramatics club, presented the Armistice Day assembly program and the P, T. A, Christmas Pageant, during the last year. In February it had a social evening with Elmhurst climaxed by going to the Civic production ot "Our Town," The members entered a one-act contest at Ball State on February I3. Better English week was sponsored by Masque and Gavel, This spring Masque and Gavel, together with the speech class, presented a three-act play. In the spring the members have an annual initiation banquet tor its new members. Mr, Myron Henderson is the Masque and Gavel sponsor. This page sponsored by The Plucemeni Bureuu, 208 Strauss Bldg., Fort Wayne, Indiana "For that New Job" irage ivy The Editorial Staff has worked hard this year putting the Mirage to- gether. We hope we have done a good job of it and that you like it, Cherish this Mirage always and may it bring you many happy memories of your school days. e., ,,.--.,i. W,-, """"' f f '-.--,. Q , 'ffm 3.5, f ag, , mg, The members of the Business Staff of the Mirage had their busy season at the beginning of the school year, At this time they get the business people to sponsor our annual and the students to subscribe for it. The Business Staff did a fine job this year in raising money for our year book. The SeTTi H ,, nv E C- Q. f 2 lg 1 1 lx 5 -I 2 .9 4 ' - AD - ' . . ' f 1 I - V f Q X ' , ,, 1 ff -Q23 3 41 ,, , , i , Exon Wm 3 L 1 X Q x - V 1' S I I SH S - '- . W -- ' ' -- lu 5 X X SN II: 4 i A I N l :ll S --- l x ' X x X .L 1 4 : I W 1 ,v-XX q ff.. Fi.: fl: IV X ' 1. f- "A . I L?T:ilF::1'!l?..jin'4. tr ' .ff1.iiQf2iiv?' ililimgue IE954 -v VCJXY Keith Piper-Editor Beverly Phillips-Business Monoger. Beth Porent-Assistant Editor irage Hi h Salesman Sl'moriArrir1gton, Don Vonderou, Jackie Nord. Student ibrarians The Student Librarians, under the supervision of Mrs, l.ois Sidell and Miss Opal Bower, work in the library during their study halls, The library is open from 7:50 to 31l6. The librarians assist in helping with the book stacks and files. They also help students find their needed information for book work. Projectionists Club Audio-visual educational opportunities at New Haven School have been greatly increased by the Projectionists' Club. This group, which was organized in l946, has 50 members and is sponsored by Mr. Keith l-lunnings, science instructor, Strictly a service organization, the students show films for classes and organizations in the school. SPQQTS WQQLD Sk , M ' f 4 1 T Q 1, X9 .lm . F5 x -XA 'so , , if in ffzzk M Q mm Q wb X W M K -W X C O A C H N X 9 N A Af ff X l , , .l , lx 1 ' P A u, X f 1' 5 5 4 9 M 'f ix-Q Football 'Y' The football coaches-Paul Armstrong, Red Sering, and Scott Arm- strong, head coach, have coached our team in the rnost victorious season of our schooI's history. The school spirit was kept in action by Bonnie Perkins, Marie Beard, Jane Poirson, Jeanne Poirson, Joan Bicker, and Emmalyn Nord. This page sponsored by E. Harper and Son Funeral Home, New Haven, Indiana Team Sets Record The I953 New Haven High School football team played the most suc- cessful season in the schooI's history by winning all of their eight games for an undefeated season, They also won the North Eastern Indiana Conference. In accomplishing this feat they scored 226 points and held their opponents to 27 points. They were rated Ilth in the state of Indiana at the end of the season and were one of only seven undefeated teams in the state. Many of the players were named in connection with All-State Indiana High School teams. Captain and center John Coe was named on the Indianapolis Times third all state team. Left Halfback Ronald Huffer was given honorable mention on the same team. Quarterback Jack Lake, Center John Coe, Guard Marvin Judt, and Halfback Ronald Huffer were all given honorable mention on the United Press All State High School team. Nine New Haven players made the all N.E.I.C. conference team. John Coe, Marvin Judt, Jack Lake and Ronald Huffer made the first team. Joe Malott, Wayne Peck, Ralph Bearman, and Dwyine Allgood made the second team. Lou Hildinger made honorable mention. The I953 Bulldog grid team possessed a potent offense which averaged 28'A1 points per game. This offense was made possible by excellent blocking by the line composed of Malott, Bearman, Randolph, Judt, Coe, Peck, and Murphy. The Bulldogs did not rely entirely on their rushing game featuring Huffer, Allgood, Lake, and Bob Mattingly but also had a devastating aerial attack featuring Malott and Bearman on the receiving end with Allgood, Lake, and Huffer passing. The teams defensive work was outstanding. They held their opponents to an average 33X3 points, only three teams scoring against them. This was made possible by on-the-field leadership of John Coe, with help from Lou Hildinger, Vernon Frisby, Larry Glaze, Ronald Mills, and Larry Randolph. Outstanding quarterback work was done by Jack Lake and Vernon Frisby. Kicking point after touchdown was capably handled by Ronald Huffer. John Coe's centering was exceptional as he made no bad passes all season. THE FINAL STORY New Haven , .....,..,... 20 'Garrett ...,... . O New Haven . ..... I3 Auburn ,.................., O New Haven . ,..,. 35 'Columbia City ...... . 7 New Haven . ..... I4 Central ..........,.. , 7 New Haven . ..,.. 35 'Decatur .......,. .... 0 New Haven , ..... 46 Concordia .. . O New Haven ...,.... ..... 3 I Hicksville .. O New Haven ................ 32 'Bluffton . ,... I3 'Conference Games. This page sponsored by Vim Co., Inc., Fort Wayne, Ind ana "For All Qualify Sporting Supplies, lt's the Vim" iw. 1 Our Champions 'Sf ' I Ill' W 7, , r 3 I 5, 3:1 .irhln Y 'iw' ,. . . 'A ,- url .QA -+ .i .iffiasf Q. q,.' y - -fix' N ff A 0 W- n.ve.,y,. fi . , 4 ,. , . 'S . . , 4 . .s . .4 'o5,:.,.L'-A ' . ' ., Q ,A BACK ROW, LEFT TO RlGHT: Frank Driver, Ronnie Mills, Bob Werling, John Coe, Lou Hildinger, Kent Murphy, Jack Lake. SECOND ROW: Paul Armstrong IA ssistant Coachl, Keith Deeter, Bill Locke, Ronald Hutter, Marvin Judt, Wayne Peck, Bob Mattingly, Larry Randolph, Scott Armstrong li-lead Coachl, Red Sering lAssistant Coachl. THIRD ROW: Fred Vondran, Joe Malott, John Thompson, Dan Ellenwood, Dwyine Allgood, Ralph Bear- man, Jack Downs. FOURTH ROW: John Longardner, Vernon Frisby, Larry Glaze, Don Henderson, Alvin Bicker, Bill Mattingly, Jim Knipstein. Individual Scoring Name T.D. P.A.T.D. T.P. Allgood 6 l 37 Bearman 3 O l8 Downs 2 O l2 Frisby 3 0 l8 Huffer 7 20 62 Judt .... l O 6 Lake .. 6 l 37 Malott 4 O 24 Murphy 2 O l2 TOTALS ..... ..... 3 4 22 226 This page sponsored by Deluxe Cleaners, New Haven, Indiana 5l MARVIN JUDT DAN ELLENWOOD JOHN COE KENT MURPHY WAYNE PECK JACK LAKE New Haven Bulldogs were N.E.l.C. champs by beating Garrett, Columbia City, Decatur, Bluffton. The following boys were selected to conference team positions: First All-Conference Team John Coe, Marvin Judt, Jack Lake, Ronald Hutter. Second All-Confe rence Team Joe Malott, Wayne Peck, Ralph Bearman, Dwyine Allgood. Louis Hildinger, Honorable Mention. New New New New New FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE RESULTS Haven Haven Haven Haven Haven O North Side .................. 7 35 Decatur ................... O 27 Bluttton ..... I3 46 Concordia O 39 South Side 0 This page sponsored by Pensinger Jewelry Store, New Haven, Indiana KEITH DEETER RONNIE MILLS LARRY RANDOLPH -. . . I H- 4- -we :QEQQQ5 BOB WERLING JIM KNIPSTEIN FRANK DRIVER FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Vondran, Charlie Roberts, Larry Sayre, Bob Fritcha, Ray Glaze, Karl Baatz. SECOND ROW: Dean Schroeder, Dan Pearson, Fred Vondran, Jerry Allgood, Roger Wissman, Richard Brinkman, Bruce Longardner, John Arfman. THIRD ROW: Denny NoweIIs, Bill Chapman, Dale Pickett, Kenny Longardner, Jim VanKirk. 'SQ' it is Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders Jane Poirson Joan Bicker Jeanne Poirson Red Sering, varsity coach, came to New Ha- ven this year from Culver. Scott Armstrong, sec- ond tearn coach, is coach- ing the future varsity stars. These coaches have in- spired in our team a drive and a will to win. This page sponsored by Allen County Ford Moiors, Inc., New Haven Branch, New Haven, Ind arsity Squad T ' ""'7xY" '1 ji" .V BACK LEFT TO RIGHT: Student ManagerfLou Hildinger Ronald Hutfer Ralph Bear man Wullns Scheuman, Keith Nelson, Joe Malott, John Coe, Coach Red Serung FRONT Jack Downs Vernon Fnsby, Dwyune Allgood, Don Henderson, Marvnn Judt Kave Clays SEASON'S RECORD Berne New Haven Woodburn ..... New Haven Leo . 4,.....4,..... New Haven Garrett .,.......... New Haven Central Catholic New Haven Auburn .,....,... .......,. N ew Haven Monroevllle ..,,.....,.. New Haven Columbia Cnty ...,,... 'New Haven Cancbrdua ..,..,.. .,., N ew Haven Bluffton ,, ......, New Haven South Slde .....,,....,., New Haven Central Catholic New Haven Elmhurst ............,..... New Haven Hoagland .,....,... ..., N ew Haven Decatur ,,,.., 'New Haven Kendallvulle 'New Haven Huntertown New Haven 'NEIC Allen County Tournament Monroevnlle ..........., 44 New Haven Woodburn ,......,..,.,... 40 New Haven Elmhurst ..,. New Haven Sectional Tournament Concordia .,.,. ,..,,,,.. 6 l New Haven Thus page sponsored by Bui!der's Supply and Coal Company, New Haven Indiana Ellen Lounry runnc uuuy Ft. Wayne, Indiana 'DI HLCI ARS ZX sts 2 .W . ..., MR. PAUL HARDING PRINCIPAL Being welcomed here in l95O, Mr, Harding will see his first senior class graduate under his tour years' supervision. l-le has an A.B. degree from Butler and a MR. JOHN H. YOUNG SUPERINTENDENT OF NEW HAVEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Mr. Young has been associated with New l-laven Schools since l929. After acting as a teacher tor ten years, he assumed the principal- ship until I949 when he was appointed super- intendent. l-le received his B.S. degree from Ball State Teachers College and his M.S. degree from Indiana University. Under his capable leadership our school sysf tem has rapidly progressed. V lg 'v I 1' A R I g . g.u..,gq,,.-. 1. ' ,Q gs - f ,, ,..,:,fn- . If K MA. degree trom Indiana University. Through his attentive interest and capable guidance the student body has prospered. 2 -M eet the Players RALPH BEARMAN, Forward DWYINE ALLGOOD, Forward KEITH NELSON, Center RONALD HUFFER, Guard VERNON FRISBY, Guard VARSITY BASKETBALL 1953-54 During the l953-54 basketball season we saw our Bulldogs win ll games and lose lO. This was the first year in the school's history that the Bulldogs went undefeated in the N. E. l. C, New Haven placed two boys on conference teams and two boys were given honorable mention, Keith Nelson was placed on the first team at center position. Dwyine Allgood was placed onthe second team at a forward position. Ralph Bearman and Jack Downs were given honorable mention. This page sponsored by Indiana Towel and Linen Supply Company, Fort Wayne, Indiana In ction JOHN COE KAYE CLOYS DAVE I-IERBST JOE MALOTT INDIVIDUAL SCORING Nelson .........,.................. Beormon ..... ..,.. Allgood .... ..... Downs ...... .,... Judt ....... Cloys ..... Frisby ...... Molott ......... Scheurnonn .... I-Iuffer ......... Herbst ...... Coe ..........,.. Henderson This page sponsored by Parent Chevrolet Sales, New Haven, India 244 202 I37 I35 98 92 89 58 32 20 3 2 I na 57 Freshman Squad BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dale Herman, Jerry Love, Dan Pearson, Bob McNeil, John Artrnan, Coach Everett Cass. FRONT ROW: Raymond Hill, Ray Glaze, Dean Lepper, Lester Stoller, Mick Lomont, Nick Nickoloff, Karl Baatz. Reserve Squad -STM FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Vonclerau, Bill Mattingly, Jack Null, Denny Nowells, Bob Mattingly. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Charles Glaze, Jerry Allgood, Larry McComb, Tom Franklin, Ben Dixon. This page sponsored by The Briar Room, New Haven, Ind Baseball Under the leadership of Coach Paul Armstrong, New Haven completed a successful i953 campaign, Led by power hitting and pitching by Ralph Bearman, the Bulldogs came in second in the High School Conference. Dur- ing the summer vacation, the Bulldogs played in the Junior American Legion League and tied for first place with Bluffton and Berne. Only one senior was lost last year and the team is well supplied with young talent. Coach Paul Armstrong is looking forward to another successful season in l954. SCORES OF GAMES 1952-1953 New Haven ,.,..,.. 2 Woodburn ........,.,... l New Haven , ,... lO Monroeville O New Haven . 5 Harlan ...... l New Haven .. 2 Bluffton . 3 New Haven .. 6 Decatur .. 7 New Haven ,. 5 Warsaw ...... .... l 0 Ihis page sponsored by lhrie Foods Company, New Haven, Indiana Track LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronald Huffer, Gerald Byrd, John Coe, Don Wissman, Keith Piper, Dwyine Allgood, Larry Randolph, Dean Schroeder, Bob Mattingly, John Longardner, Don Hen- derson, Larry Garstka, Bill Mattingly. 1953 NEW HAVEN TRACK RECORD New Haven 89 5fl2 Monmouth l9 7fl2 New Haven 99 l!2 Elmhurst 57 U2 Payne, Ohio O New Haven 49 U3 Bluffton 59 2X3 New Haven 87 U8 Decatur 2l U2 New Haven 47 Columbia City 49 lf2 Kendallville 42 New Haven 66 2X3 Concordia 42 U3 New Haven 68 U2 Huntertown 40 U2 New Haven 4l points-2nd in N. E. l. C. New Haven 45 points-lst in Allen County Meet. New Haven l9 points-3rd in Sectional. New Haven Freshmen ................ 60 South Side ,.... 49 New Haven Freshmen ................ 37 Central ........ 72 R. Huffer .................. ....... Q ualified for Regional ........ .. lOO yards J. Coe ........ ...... ....... Q u alitied for Regional ........ .. High Hurdles G. Byrd ...... ....... Q ualified for Regional ........ .. 220 yards NEW RECORDS: 100 yards-Hutfer-l 0: l 5-County, School. 220 yards-Huffer-22.6-County, School, NEIC. 440 yards-Piper-55.3-School. High Hurdles-Coe-l 6.7--County, School. Shot Putt-Huffer-4O'l "-School. 880 Relay-Huffer, J. Longardner, Wissman, Byrd-l 134.7-School, County. Mile Relay-Piper, Schroeder, Bob Mattingly, Allgood-School. This page sponsored by Richard E. Gurhier, Photographer, New Haven, Indiana x In .L Y' ' , f l-..4dvf7" fi ' ' T - 4 !.,,m.u"f-1' "1-'lhuf v ' , .ucv nv -u N' I 5- -1 le . 1 r -FET ' fe' ,' 5, ' llfxvf' ' 'V 4 . K-,E ' 1. fi S 'fl A gf, gg .V .,,:. ., .Q A, an invyll' el . ,ff . T T' rt . 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V all it It W Nt '-1' llr.lllll'llll' y. H M ' l n t LT' 1 s ,,-,,. . V 'X 52 ,59 f S '- :ref -A - 4 ' V' 'f 7 f x 4 l953 Queen and King1Jacqueline Nord and John Coe. l952 Queen and Kingi Nancy Clem and Laron Beyer. Attendants: Joan Schlemmer, Ruth Ann Albersrneyer ldeceasedl, Pat Downs, Helen Bremer, Jack Lake, Fred Wiedeman, Tom Tinsley, Ralph Weller. Crown Bearersi Marcia Frock and Gary Lake. 62 This page sponsored by Allen County Co-op Ass'n, Inc., New Haven, Indiana 'Q O . Q Y it .A fi T ,ns fl Nr 9 .4 ijjihi 'Q ij: ..., , . K P-' .ka 4 'C -Q Q - 1 5 1 'f if en, i U . i .Ja , ' : L 1 I 'sw if "T "ll"lf f2'1 -F 'Til rl - :,,,- J., 'f , u s ,f .s . ' 5 . ,i 'A' I , - ' ' -'. sz dl' Q T. T- lui - iii- 5 M J " 3 . is ' , . ,. ,.., , Finale of Junior Talent Show. Seniors at The Class Tournament. Juniors at the Class Tournament. Junior Kitchen band for Talent Show. This page sponsored by Vaughn's Home and Garden, New Haven, Indiana .....a4nw1"' 62 ff, F5 353,52 2 o ' ax Ai... 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MAYNARD HENWOOD ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL NX Mr. Henwood came to our school in 1952. .H He graduated from Earlhom College with ' if an A.B. degree and received his MA. degree ,-m.,.,. from Indiana University. Besides his duties as assistant principal, he handles all grade school problems and teaches two high school mathematics classes. T sf ! 5 ' i :ig 1 5' . ,' W., ' ""'t J.:-. lm ' fr y it N Q '- T' 5 QQ . f . ' 5 ' " 3 S '- , , . ,.,-zr , 1, " ' W- , The senior class of l95-4 wishes to thank the Board of Education for their assistance by forming school policies which have bettered our educational system. LEFT TO RIGHT: John H. Young, Superintendent, lrvin J. Bondelierg Caryl M. Leslie, John D. Arnold, President, Lee H. Burgette, Treasurer, John L. Van Kirk, Secretary. f I ..,.. , ' I v , , V y I 5 xx I , , rn." - i W 4,-'4",nu, a 5 w -'f I 4- 1 ' 1 . fa ,,,1 n u ':l V 15 my . , 14 H 'Lj.gVp F .vv H Md'- fu' W if I fwf6'o M . 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