New Haven High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (New Haven, OH)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 100
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1951 volume:
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ROGER BABCOCK l,l,O'ff3 BUCKTNGHAM LEE KALE
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One September morning, in the fall of 1939, twenty three members
of our original class set sail in search for the Golden Fleece of
Knowledge with Mrs. Marguerite Wilcox as our Captain.
In our first grade there were the following: Carolyn Arnold,
Roger Babcok, Lloyd Buckingham, Margene Buckingham, Phyllis Coleman,
Janice Danhoff, Ruth Farnwalt, Gilbert Mathews, Michael McKown,
Glen Penrose, Wanda Penwell, Henry Phillips, Gordon Roe, Cleopus
Row, Thelma VanNauler, and Kenneth Wilson. '
In our second year we were quick in picking up the tactics
of learning from our same teacher, Mrs. Wilcox. We passed on to
the third grade, and, as school started this year, Margaret Ritz
joined our crew, and Glen Penrose left. We were under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Hermina Osborn.
In the fourth year, joining our staff, under the command of
Mrs. Aleda Peck was Reuben Turner.
We cruised on down stream with Mrs. McCullough as our pilot
in the fifth grade. Keeping the same pilot we sailed on to the
Entering Junior High with Mr. Townsend, as Captain, the fol-
lowing passengers joined us: Glen Penrose, Gene Ritz and Lee Kale.
Gliding on to the Eighth Grade with Mr. Duffy as our Navigator,
we acquired two new members, Pauline Kok and Joe Teglovic.
Drifting into High School with Russell Heisler as our Captain,
we were joined by Herman Newmeyer, and Allan Cok.
Mrs. Slessman piloted us on down stream in our Sophomore year.
Our number remaining the same.
Navigating on to our Junior Year with Mrs. Weaver and Mr.
Sackett as our co-pilots we worked hard and earnest to put on a
Junior-Senior banquet. Our theme was based on a circus.
As we pulled into dock in our Senior year, the following
students still remained in our crew: Roger Babcock, LLoyd
Buckingham, Margene Buckingham, Allan Cok, Pauline Kok, Lee Kale,
Herman Newmyer, Glen Penrose, Gene Ritz, Margaret Ritz, Joe Teg-
lovic and Reuben Turner.
During this year we worked toward a trip.
We, the Senior Class of 1951, wish to say as our parting words,
that we have greatly enjoyed these twelve years of school life.
We wish to thank those teachers who have willingly and untiringly
helped us through our four years of High School. They are Mr.
Sackett, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Slessman, Mr. Townsend, Mr. Carrick, Mr.
Bednarczuk, Mrs. Conley, Miss Arce, Mrs. Weaver, Mr. Goldsbury,
Mr. Leininger, Miss Welly, Miss Kinnear, Mrs. Blair, Mr. Meyers,
Mr. Heisler. NGood-byen to vou, our teachers and schoolmates.
We, the Senior Class of New Haven High School, City of New
Haven, County of Huron, Commonwealth of Ohio, being of sound mind C?D
and memory, do make, publish, and declare this to be our last will
and testimony, in manner and form as follows:
Item: To Mr. Townsend, our Superintendent, we do hereby give
and bequeath all the noise we made during the past four years, all
future sneak trips to the photographer, and all unnecessary excuses
to go home.
Item: To Mr. Sackett, our home room teacher and Class Advisor,
we give and bequeath all headaches with future class plays, our per-
fect attendance at play practice and all broken seats in Room 6.
Item: To Mrs. Smith, our Commercial teacher, we leave all
future Shorthand students, the power to keep students in the room
until the bell rings, and the ability to watch students sneak to the
store and restaurant.
Item: To Mrs. Conley, our music teacher, we leave our faithful
attention and singing during music period, all musical instruments
and their players, and the old beat up piano.
Item: To Mrs. Slessman, our Cafeteria Supervisor and Home Ec.
teacher, we leave all future Home Economic projects and all griping
about meals in the Cafeteria.
Item: To Mr, Bednarczuk, our Industrial Art and Chemistry
teacher we leave our ability for having the same answers in Chemistry
Class, our faithful attention in your classes, all left over parts
of motors put together in the farm shop, and all future trips to
Item: To Mr. Carrick, our coach, we leave the paddle in the
top drawer, and all leftover basketball players.
Item: To Cecil, our Janitor, we leave the old schoolhouse,
and any waste paper and dirt we left on the floors accidentally.
Item: To the Junior Class, we leave our ambitious advisor,
any leftover Seniors, and twelve empty seats in Room 6, may you
profit from them more than we have.
E Item: To the Sophomore Class, we leave the ability to make
money for a future banquet.' A
Item: To the Freshman Class, we leave our superior grade cards,
and all chewing gum to be chewed in Carrick's classes.
In addition to these we wish to mention a few items which we
Item: I, Roger Babcock, do hereby give and bequeath my stub-
bornish to Roberta Mock, to Gwendale Vanderpool my shape, and all
future chauffeuring to Eddie Heckman. D
Item: I, Lloyd Buckingham, do hereby give and bequeath my
good looks to Gilbert Mathews, my height goes to Quince Vanderpool,
and my basketball ability I leave to brother Jim.
Item: I, Margene Buckingham, do hereby give and bequeath m
high grades to Danny Van Wagner, my ability to get my own lessons to
Richard McKenzie, and to my sister Bernice I give my quiet disposit-
Item: I, Allan Cok, do hereby give and bequeath my job as
Assistant Sunt. to Dan Van Wagner, my ability to make MS points in
one basketball game to Bob Ritz, and my ability to study with two
girls at once I leave to any one who can get it.
' Item: I, Lee Kale, do hereby give and bequeath my ability to
be in school the last period to any lucky underclassman, I give my
height to Glen Newmyer, and my ability to fit into a baseball suit
to Sammp Predieri. '
Item: I, Pauline Kok, do hereby give and bequeath my natural
curly hair to Roberta Bailey, all future trips to Vogel Center to
Ruth Buurma, and my Shorthand Book I leave to Martha Palmer.
Item: I Herman Newmyer, do hereby give and bequeath my ability
to show off in class to Billy Van Zoest, my high grades to my brother
Glen, and my red hair and freckles to Margaret Moore.
Item: I, Gene Ritz, do hereby give and bequeath to Danny Van
Wagner my ability to act stupid and my ability to get along with
Item: I, Glen Penrose, do hereby give and bequeath my bash-
fulness to Stanton Holthouse, my ability to get kicked out of class
to Frances Vanderpool and my manly physique I leave to Johnny Fate.
' Item: I, Margaret Ritz, do hereby give and bequeath my high
batting average to any Freshman boy who can surpass me, my blond
hair to Joyce Wyandt, and my temper I leave to Janet Chapman.
Item: L, Joe Teglovic, do hereby give and bequeath my ability
to flirt with the girls to Eddie Hackman, my basketball ability to
skip school and not get caught to Wilma Newmyer.
All the rest of our property, whatsoever and whersoever, and
of what nature we leave to our New Haven School Board. May they have
an auction of it and grow rich and independent from the proceeds.
In testimony whereof, we hereunto set our hand seal, and declare
this to be our last will.
The Seniors of 'Sl
We're wondering how as time takes its' course
New Haven will manage without our force,
We've worked and played for twelve long years,
And then ended up with twelve little dears.
So first of all comes Margaret Lee
A fair young lassie is she
Make her mad and she'll knock you down
A better girl could never be found.
Here comes Pauline
The girl of our dreams
She leaves her imprint
Wherever she leans.
Now here's a fellow not so smart in a quiz
But playing basketball he's really a whiz,
To his classmates he is known as uBuckn
To hdm we say Good Luck.
Next in line comes Glen Penrose
A lad whom everyone knows
Whatever you say
Wise cracking is his way.
Now we come to Roger
Who will always a farmer be
He's quite the happy go lucky guy
And fills his friends with glee.
This is a girl whom I think we all know
She's a very good worker with lots of git up and
When it comes to her lessons she knows them well
Her name is Margene, by this poem you can tell.
The next person is of a pretty good sort
He's a very good worker and his hobby is sports
He by no means is a dope
Who is this lad? Why 1t's Allan Cok.
We now come to Herman
The clown of the class
His dazziling red hair
And his temper will pass.
Next in line comes a firey lad
Sometimes happy, sometimes sad
But a very quick learner
Is our Reuben Turner.
Now here's a fellow I'd like you to know
He has blond curly hair and a nice, "Hello"
In basketball he can shoot them high or low
Yep-you know who we mean, our President Joe.
Last but not least comes Gene
Driving a Chevy he can be seen
A success he'll be in what he chooses
As down life's great highway he cruises.
And now our poem is ended
We've introduced each laddy and lass
The time has come, that we must part
We'll always remember where we got our start.
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Jackie Ffuurwzza, Roberta IIJCK. Avent, P.f1:'gg'frfat Moore.
Larrf Preiieri, ,Vamefs Moyer, 'iafecher' C11-iill, '.J1u1ica 'Jfxrxfiarxmfnl . f1'1w,,m. Vim Whack
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'Imrlne Palmer, Larry Prudieri. Sacumi Hfm: Janet Cimprruar., Patty Posbamn, Suirley Mvifanzle, DU!.lll'f Lykins,
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First Row: Tlancy Jonnsor., Ployia Qonanson, Amos Holden, Ruben Luna, Billy White, Marcus Green, Shirley Ross,
fiethy P-oetcher. Second Row: Amos Collins, Roy Dunsesth, Vir,jini.a Carnahan, Tom Gray, Alvin Lb inaon. .Jana
I-Ning, Jin Penrose, Ruth Shrador. Third fiom Louis Fiinnorlin, Don Hailey, Ernest Gillebt, Lois Wright,
Melvin it-annens, Roxvxlfi iireen, Alicia Cummings, Paul ??u:rQir1pj!urnf
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Mrs. Liitcaell, I. Bisingnano, C. Kimberlin, J. Smith, I. Stephens, M. Moore, W. Stephens, D. Stephens, A. Collin
S. Johnson, Tl. Channing, R. Striker. Middle Row: H. Luna, J. Vogel, R. Luna, K. Turner, R. Johnson, C. Reed,
R. Webb, P. Eioetmner, J. Cole. Front Row: T. Solen, J. Kennarfi, S. Wilson, D. McKo1m, G. Green, E. Channing,
C. Robinson, K. Cline, Il. Bauer.
Fr.,-:rt Qfw: Elon Penrose, Gene Ritz., Starztfm 1?OlTJ'lU11E!-9, Joe Te,jlov'c, Allan Cox, 'Amen Qarrlck, uc-. 'wow
'.V'1g,'ma Znltzmwe, P1-xl 50.-1, Llfwyri ?3uckin,iha'Q, Willy 'fan?5oeat, Emile ileckvvm.
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New London SO
North Fairfield Z0
From the above scores you can see'that we had a very success
ful team this year. We were the Champions of the Huron County
Huron County Tournament
Monroeville M7 39
Townsend 75 32
Wakeman S8 A6
We were very proud of the fact that we also were the Champ
ions at the Huron County Tournament. From the Huron County Tour
nament we went to the District Tournament which was held in
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Roberta Mock, Jacky Buurma, Carol Phxwxrrrna.
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Esacx Row: Lira. Liitc. ell, Jirnxy Cole, :iilua Luna., Ruth Johzxsox., Que ilruez., Avvmalle Collipfr, Ten -el Efisimarx
Kenneth Turner, Mrs. Conley. Middle How: Margzxret Moore, Paul '1oet,c:ier, ilandra Wilswn, ll: irley Jonnscrx,
Row-rt Kipp, Den: Ls .vlCKOWf., Ralph Wahl. From, Raw: Jmiirm Vu jel, Jefaszetie Kem mi, Howarw Wxuer, Kenneth
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Synopsis of School Year l95O-El
The Tuesday after Labor Day the school house doors were opened
for another school year. There were 230 reported for enrollment.
There were twelve teachers to guide the pupils through the year.
Mrs. Dean was our new first grade teacher, she had taught previously
in Gloucester and Elyria. Mrs. Mitchell was the second grade teach-
er she had been in the New Haven Staff for the past six years. These
two teachers were in charge of the portable building.
The other teachers and the number of years they have previous-
ly been with New Haven are Mrs. Milano,th1rd grade two years, Mrs.
Hull, fourth and fifth grades, four years: Mrs. McCullough, sixth
grade, eight years: Mr. Townsend, Superintendent, five years, Mr.
Carrick, coach, one year, Mr. Sackett, English, one semester: Mrs.
Slessman, Home Economics, two years: Mrs. Smith, Commercial, seven
years, other new teachers were Mrs. Conley, music, who had formerly
taught in Kansas and Mr. Bednarczuk, Science. Supt. Ralph Brown,
and Mr. Goodrich should also be mentioned with the instruction force
Mr. Goodrich being new this year as Assistant County Superintendent,
supervising the elementary work.
Cecil Smith returned as custodian for his tenth year. The Bus
drivers were Mr. Ralph Moore, Mrs. Treva Arnold and Mr. Robert Cole.
The Cafeteria cooks were Mrs. Hartman, Mrs. Coy and Mrs. DeWitt.
The members of the Board of Education were, Neil Slessman, Pres
Al Saas, Vice Pres.: Wm. Arnold, Willard Baxter and Lottie Babcock,
Marjorie Smith, clerk.
This year the State Inspector of Schools, Dr. Rich made us a
visit. This was his second inspection of the New Haven School. The
other one was three years ago. His report this time was more favor-
able than the last one.
We had various assembly programmes during the year. A group
of two or more grades were responsible for the programmes at dif-
During the time of the Huron County Fair school was dismissed
for two days. These days were made up at the end of the year. In
December and February school was closed for several days on account
of the snow. We also had two holidays this year that we never had
before, George Washington's Birthday, and Good Friday.
Mr. Sheilds of Willard took the Senior pictures this year and
was good enough to come take the pictures for our year book. We
are very grateful to him for this.
The Senior Class Play, nThe Ghost Shipn, was given the latter
part of April. Mr. Sackett directed the play.
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Congratulations to the Class of 1951
NEW HAVEN SUPPLY COMPANY
Wholesale Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supply
New Haven, Ohio
Compliments to the Class of '51
THE POINT MARKET
Complete Line of
Meats, Groceries, Fresh Fruits E6 Vegetables
New Haven, Ohio
J. Wiers and Sons of
Growers and Truckers
Brown 8: Miller W
Celery and Other Vegetables l
Best Luck Clasq of '51
Palmer and Fink Garage
Shell Gas and Oil
24 hours service
Phone 3464 New Haven, Ohio
Gerrit Shaarda 8: Son
Specializing in all Carpenter Work
Airport - Truck Terminal
WILLARD -4 Phone 267 - OHIO
Specializing in Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
Corner of Myrtle Ave. and Route 224
WILLARD UNITED BANK
Member oli Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Deposits Insured to 310,000.00
THE GARDEN OF EAT'N
Fine Food Quick Service
Chicken in the Rough Steak Dinners
Plate Lunches Home Made Pies
We cater to private parties
New Haven, Ohio Routes 61 - 224
Gene s Tip Top Cleaners
Quality Cleaning that will please
28 Sandusky Street
C. E. Davis
New Haven, Ohio
Phone 623 1
Carl Harold Neil
Bulldozer Crane Tiling Machine
Paint Wallpaper Mirrors Tile
For Your Home
C. K. Moles, Proprietor
All Types of Laundry Work
Lace Curtains our Specialty
The Willard Farm-ers Exchange
Grain, Flour, Feed
Coal, Tile, Fence
Landefeld 8: Lowery
Curpins Jewelers 8:
Your Headquarters For
Elgin, Gruen, Bulova, Hamilton
Diamonds, Jewelry, Gifts.
Parker 51 Eversharp, Sheaffer
Lifetime Pen Y5 Pencils
People's Nat'l Bank Building
Best Wishes From
Your Dealer For
R.C.A. Television fd Radio
103 Myrtle Avenue
' Willard, Ohio
R. P. Sharick Co.
The Leading Jewelers
11 Myrtle Avenue Willard Ohio
The Class of 1951
Bogner's Marathon Service
Tom 25 Bob, Prop,
3751 - Willard 1505 - Plymouth
Willard, O. Phone 4841
of McQuates Funeral Home
Bevier's Furniture Store
Everything in Ready to Wear
Dry Good and Notions
Willard, Qhio Plymouth, Ohio
Compliments of Congratulations
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R1chard's Construction ass O
Jud Morrison Sohio
25 Years of Serving You
With Top Quality Garden Pr-oduce
Davis 8: McCarty
Kaiser 8 Frazer
Sales if Service
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i' New and Used Cars
Willard, Ohio X ,r
141039 4614 Willard, Olii
Willard's Food Service
Lockers U Processing
Willard Parts Co.
Meats, Frozen Food's, Groceries
Willard Locker Market Inc. 22 Myrtle Avenue
South Dale Ave. Phone 273 Phone 254
Hours 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m.
Sunday 10:00 a. m. to 5:30 p, rn,
Auto Parts and Supplies
For Accurate, Compounded Prescriptions,
Class of 1951
A. S. Hunter 8z Son
E. V. Myers-Prop,
The Corner Hardware
Plumbing, Heating, Hardware
Men's and Boy's Wear
Shoes for the Entire Family
Wilcles' Motor Sales
Sales '65 Service
Phone 7901 Route 224
Best Wishes Of
Burras Motor Sales
Mobil Gas Station
Tires - Batteries
Auto Ac cess ories
Phone 256 202 Myrtle Ave
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Weber's Cafe P
and Gift Shop
61 New Haven, Ohio
For The Best
Home Cooked Meals
Bob's Barber Shop
27 Yrs. of serving you with
Mineral Fed Produce
New Myers Bros.
40 years of serving you
With Top quality Vegetables
Joe 8: Clyde Barber Shop
Congratulations to the Class of "51"
Perfection Motor Sales
Dependable Used Cars
Phone 4531 118 E. Pearl Street
Robby's Frigidaire Appliance
20 Public Square
Harry V. Jump
Real Estate and Insurance
13 East Pearl Street Phone 3921
Stanfield Sinclair Service
Corner Pearl Z6 Woodbine Phone 3753
Best Wishes to the Class of 1951
New Haven Board of Education
8: New Haven Faculty
Schneider Lumber Company
The Peoples National Bank
F ackler Juvenile Shop
Apparel if Accessories
'For the teen-ager 'E5 Junior Miss'
Women and Children
R-oss Texaco Station
Crispins 5 8: 10
Cashman's Shore Store
"Shoes for all the Family"
PIONEER RUBBER COMPANY
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We gratefully acknowledge the splendid cooperation oi, 'ifhosefadvertisers
who appear in our year book, making it possible for our school t,oi'publish this
Congratulations . . . Class of "5l"
Your School Photographer
513 Euclid Avesue Willard, Ohio Phone 7921
THANKS TO THE ADVERTISERS Ku rg, .
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