New Haven High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (New Haven, OH)

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Zeta qfafuew, Udda 1952 7715 72570 7147572 56710015 20,420 07 22216,-477072 We Graiefully Acknowledge and Appreciate Their Leadership. FRONT ROW: Lotiie Babcock, Marjorie Smith. BACK ROW: Willard Baxter, Neil Slessmari, Fred Van Zoesi. if .fl 5 7464 r,4m2cmZ 74 Dedicated 74 7762. 245,44 2. Zzaaw '1 candy Supezdntewdent af Sodaala MR. RALPH R. BROWN, graduated from Barnes- 1 ville High School in 1924. He received his de- gree of B.S. in Education from Ohio State University in 1929 and a Master's Degree in School Administration from Ohio State Uni- versity in 1938. ' Mr. Brown came to New Haven in 1929, where he taught Science and-coached athletics until 1935. He served as local superintendent at New Haven from 1935 to 1940. , A - , , H In 1940 Mr. Brown ,went -to Deshler Local School in Henry County wherelhe served as superintendent until 1949, with eighteen months out of that period while serving as a Lieutenant intheNavy. -V In 1949 Mr. Brown cameto Huron County, as county superintendent, Where he is' doing a very good iob doing all he can to improve the schools of Huron County. Mr. Brown has three daughters. Patrica Lou and lean were bom in Willard. Pat started to school at New Haven and completed the first grade here. lean started school at Deshler. Ruth Ann was bom at Findlay and started school at Deshler. Mrs. Brown, the former Dorothy Dowd of New Havenj graduated from New' Haven H.S. in the year 1924. She attended the Huron Coun- ty Normal School at Norwalk and attended Wittenberg: College several summers complet- ing the requirements for a life elementary teach- ing certificate. She taught first at the Greenwich Rural School and later at New Haven. Own Scgbeziwtefwlewt ww, ...nl Mr. Wayne L. Townsend was born in Martinsville, Ohio, lanuary 7, 1916. He attended and graduated at Martinsville School. From 1933-1937 he attended Wilmington College. He taught and coached at tour schools from 1937 to 1942. ln 1942 he worked in Iayhawk Ordnance Work, Pittsburg, Kansas. He carne to New Haven as coach in 1945. He has been Superintendent since 1946. Mr. Townsend is married and has three children. Cynthia 4, David 3, and Mary Ruth born August 21, 1951. He attended Duke University and University of Cincinnati where he received a Masters Degree in education in 1949. 70e'ae awe ,4 lang Wag 144 We 'Wen dn 7575 3 vu M Qsfififw l ,-44 We ,4ze Wana COMPLIMENTS OF Palmer Steak House Iune's Beauty Shop Moore's Grocery Willard, Ohxo Willard, Ohio New Haven Ohxo Q. 4. 5- , ,.sg,3,m, hi .ge We-tif QQ.. 6 . 6 . ,S 15 F EDYYOR ASSISTAN T EDITOR ,vfmzaczl Siafff Our business was to produce an annual. Headaches, of course, followed the group, as we waded thru the problem of padded covers, fifty pages or one hundred pages, and the possibility of paying more than Sl.5O for an annual. Through the constant effort of our Editor and our Assistant Editor, and the combined efforts of the staff, it was finally decided to put out an annual worthy of the name of The Yellow Iacket. And to this one purpose we put our unlimited efforts. Much credit must go to our business staff, lackie, Eddie, and Wilma, in their constant effort to collect funds to offset the expense. Thanks a lot, kids. Under the leadership and guidance of Mr. Slauter, we have accomplished much. lane Slessmcm Born in Schenectady, N.Y. Willard High School Bowling Green State Univ B.S, in Education Horne Economics-Major Science-Minor Mcxriorie Smith Ann Tipton Bom in Cleveland, Ohio Born in Ashtabula, Ohio New Washington High School Ashtabula Harbor High School, Tiffin University, BS. in Commerce Graduated 1945 Elementary work at Ashland College Ohio State University, B.S. in Education, B. Music K 5 Wtffifivrtwgggi, A an W. . Slauter orn in Lorain, Ohio, August l3, 1902 Attended Lorain High School, Graduated 1920 Bowling Green Univ., B.S. in Education University of Chicagowl93l University ot Arizona-1947 Arizona State College-M.A. ot Education Majors: Administration, History, Social Science Minors: English, Counseling and Guidance, Driver Training Robert Bedncrrczuk Born in Zanesville, Ohio, September 5, 1924 Attended Lash High Schoolg Graduated 1942 Muskingum College, Major in Science Ohio State Univ., B.S. in Education Richard Welton Born in Meriden, Conn., lune 21, 1924 Attended Crosby High School: Graduated l942 Ohio Northern- University, B.S. in Education M Semlafw law Uffdcew FRONT ROW: Iclcky Buurmcx, Secretory: Stanton Holthouse, Treusurerg Glen Newmyer, President Danny Vcm Wagner, Vice President. BACK ROW: Mr. Slcxuier, Advisor: Wilma Newmyer, Reporierg Eddie I-Ieckmcm, Vicar. H X ,, ,Jax x I x 'Q 1 J wt., up V A t if N 3 Ia ig' M, 'IEQ 'an . 1, c ti, ftgf .3., r, 'I , . ' .z 4. 6 tv f-, A 1 1 .w f a 5 43 x, 'm 4 A -v , ,il .w 4? 51 71 .SF 5 59 if Qi I it r .5 K 4 4 lf W - Glen Newmyer lacqueline Buurma Danny Van Wagner llnonesll ulackyn uspiken t W 5 -A In athletics, watch him go, Neat as a pin, I don't mind studying, when f A . l He'll make a handsome Romeo. And looking just right there is nothing else to do but- g f Basketball 1-2-3-4 ' You can never tell Basketball 2-3-4 N Drama 4 That she was out last night. Baseball 3-4 , Class Officer 3-4 Cheerleader 2-3-4 Music 1-2-3-4 A-Aj 3? Annual Staff 4, Class Officer l-2-4 Drama 4 Physical Ed. 1-2-3-4 Class Officer 4 Glee Club 1-2-3-4 F.P.A. 1 . V il WU Drama 4 MN' , A KJ! 1' ' UMM Annual Staff 4 ' , I 4, V " if E4 WA W 'f 77 1 C X fflllfuk, ,fl f W Q li 34 l f 4 X 7 2 Lf at L " ? 4 ' j ' . ,pg 48 Q A if if .Jo V bfi 25' 7 5 ff :T -f -'I C' ' 7'.Tfl'i'QTr -if l .f TI T7 1it ':i75i-7 377 ' " " ' - ' " ' -f '- ' 2 -, r m y " " ' it-' ' " '. .""i- 5" .K 2 : W " ' l -Q f' - - 5 " 'Q . L. 5.-.-1 i- '- Tw' ' ' 1 Stanton Holthouse us.. Perhaps some day, In words of fame, We'll read the wonders. Of his name. Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Music l-2-3-4 Drama 4 Class Officer 2-3-4 .. Mixed Chorus 4 Annual Staff 4, 4, l ,i . uk ,CW-L. ,Jw If I t. q,:.LJ'!' -'ll yi l W W Wilma Newmyer ll all This is a free country, isn't it? Class Officer 2-4 Glee Club 1-2 Annual Staff 4 Drama 4 0 JJ xx ' Pr . ,X lf? N Eddie Heckmcm ..Red.. He's no sinner, nor no saint perhaps. But well, the very best of chaps Basketball 2-3-4 Baseball 2-3-4 - F. F. A. l Music 1-2-3-4 Dramatics 4 Annual Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Class Officer 4 aft . F . Ioyce Wycmdt "Irene" Dimples in her cheeks, A dimple in her chin, She's right there When the fun begins. Class Officer 3 Slee Club l-2-3-4 Wayne Holthouse "Holt" All great men are dying- I feel sick myself. Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball l-2-3-4 Music l-2-3-4 Drama 4 4 Mixed Chorus 4 fLVQ,,1,f 'lf'- Hed Cross 3 VI, ' 'I Drama 4 f i ,J X nf' 14' Annual Staff 4 'J fff15 Physical Ed. 4 I 'TQ A 411, V dau f 4 4,45 if ,f fix 7 N 5 '."' 2 .lab f, Q-6 ,J I 1 -, A ' I V' RKJ' ' X X, I2 Bernice Buckingham "Bemie" Others may set by idly brewing, I'd rather be up and doing. Glee Club l-2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 4 Annual Staff 4 Class Officer 1 Physical Ed. l-2-4 Red Cross 3 Drama 4 Band 4 Margaret Moore Gwyndale Vcmderpool Frances Vcmderpool "Maggie" "Gwen" Fran She's not very small, nor yet Bright eyes, and a pretty smile, "Intelliqence' Plus too tall, Win her friends, all the While. Glee Club l 2 3 4 She's pretty and sweet, and a Slee Club 1-2-3-4 Miiced Chorus 4 friend to all. Drama 4 Annual Staff 4 Queen Attendant 2 Mixed Chorus 4 Physical Ed. l 4 Physical Ed. 1-2-4 Physical Ed. 1-2-4 Drama 4 Music l-2-3-4 Class Officer 1-2 Red Cross 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Drama 4 Class Officer 1-3 Annual Staff 4 f 1 , ll 'ly iN 6, 07431166 l Red Cross 3 ff? K . 'ii 5.12. We Zalfem 74a Wag We See'em : t .MMR ' ' S L F ,. Name Carolyn lChubbyl Arnold ...... Richard CSpikel Van Wagner. . . Bernice tBemiel Buckingham. . . Glen CMr. Bonesl Newrnyer .... Margaret CMaggiel Moore ..... Stanton KS? Holthouse ......... Ioyce llrenel Wyandt ......... Eddie lRedJ Heckrnan ......... Gwendale CGWenl Vanderpool Wayne llrloltb Holthouse ....... Iacqueline Uackyl Buurma .... Frances CFrcm7 Vanderpool. . . Wilma CLirnpyl Newmyer ...... Wildes' Motor Sales Studebaker Sales and Service Willard, Ohio ' r aB YM 99.5 ' V W ..., Appearance Friendly . . Clown . . Daring .... Quiet ..... Appealing Innocent . . Devilish . . . Bashiul . . . .Tiny ... Stout . . . . Neat .... . Shy ...... Talkative . . Weakness or Desire Bob ...... .... Studying ........ Men ............ Machine Shop . . . Sailors .......... Basketball ....... Missionary ...... Girls ............ Soldiers . . . . . . Sports . . . . . Men . . . . . . . Doctors . . . . . . . Michigan ....... COMPLIMENTS OF E. C. Buckingham G Sons Farm Sales and Services Phone 4263 Willard, Ohio . t fl :E B :Rte ,M 5 Qt S .rx me qw 5.1 A K ey .Wm 3 MM Occupation-1962 Hair Stylist Millionaire Beautician Mechanic Radio Commentator Lawyer Housewife Einstein ll Secretary Coach Mrs. Nurse Secretary Willard Famer Exchange Grain, Flour, Feed, Coal, Tile and Fence Phone 3701 Willard, Ohio . ,F as , . grass wvsvozef We were green when we came here in 1940. We were told that the freshman bring everything in and the Seniors take nothing out. This history will prove the above statement is either true or false. Form your own opinion. ln 1940 a new first grade entered the old building. These were: Cloteen Rowe, Bernice Buckingham, Ioy Salyers, Carolyn Arnold, Richard Dalton, Rebble Cornett, Claude Rowe, Ruth Farmwalt, Dan Van Wagner, Clara DeWitt, Barbara Rex, Thelma Van Nouller, Manuel Iackson, Audrey Bailey, lean Garrett, Malcolm Carter, Frances Vanderpool, Gwyndale Vanderpool, and loyce Wyandt. Mrs. Marguerite Wilcox was our guiding light through the first grade, through the learning of the ABC's and l plus l equals 2. We entered our second year with Mrs. Gabb as our guide. We gained sixteen members: Roger Alsept, Bert Bailey, Thelma Davis, Eddie Heckman, Robert Pifher, Sammy Predieri, Margaret Risner, Richard Ritz, Charles Lacy, Mary Hernondez, Mary Gomez, F loetta Uther, Candelario Gomez, Kizer Kilgore, Tiodore Delgado, and Virginia Rodrignez. V In our third year we welcomed a new teacher, Miss Aleda Peck and several new students. Among them were .Allen Iamison, Arnold Bentley, Willa Fair- child, Neil Fairchild, Billy Horne, Ioyce Black, Wilma Smith, Ed Shepherd, Gilbert Matthews, Chester Holida, Seldon Craft, and Margaret Moore. Mrs. Harriet Miller and Billy Home, Marvin Montgomery, Effie Moore, Ralph Boling, Carol Fink, Danny Oney, Donnie Oney, Holbart Adams, Leonard Picklesimer were strange faces in the fourth grade. Mrs. Miller drove us onward to the Fifth Grade where Mrs. Mae McCullough became our guide. Here Christine Lucas, Russell Robinson, Charles Lacy, Mildred Brown, and Jimmy Lawrence struggled through history with the rest of us. Mrs. McCullough was still with us in the sixth grade. We acquired a few new classmates this year who were Iesse Lawerence, Rosalee Poe, and Lavonne Sprankle. This was the first year we had the privilege of electing our own class officers. 'A 'T ' We were planning on being big shots now. We hoped to be up stairs with the high school, but to our surprise there wasn't room for us, so we spent our seventh year down stairs again where Miss Helen Acres was our teacher for the first semester and Mrs. McCullough finished the year with us. Two new students joined us this year, Marjorie Cole and Charles Saunders. In the eighth grade we finally got upstairs. Our first encounter with changing classes and different teachers was a little confusing but after awhile we got used to it. Roberta Mock was our only new member. At last, the big day. Freshmen. Too good to be true! Iacky Buurma, Vernon Ehlers, Stanton Holthouse, Wayne Holthouse, Glenn Newmyer, Wilma New- myer, and Ioyce Wiers joined us this year from Celeryville. Miss'Arce helped us solve all the problems that come with being Freshmen. Mr. George Leinger and Miss Welly were our class sponsors when we were Sophomores. Philip Guadnino was added to our class roll and Ioyce Vfiers left us to go to Willard High. In our Iunior year, under the leadership of Mrs. Slessman, We worked hard to earn money for our class trip to Washington, D.C. and New York. We lost one student, Phillip Guadonino. Of course, there was Baccalaureate and Commencement and the Iuniors escorted the Seniors down the aisle but we all had next year to look forward to. Iust think, Seniors already. Why it seems like yesterday when we all started to school. Muchto our sorrow, we lost two members of our class, Roberta Mock and Carolyn Arnold. This left us being an even dozen. Mr. Slauter was chosen as our sponsor. He worked hard helping us to make our annual and play a success. ' Of course, we are all looking forward to Graduation with some feeling of regret, but the time passes on and we hope to make our place in the world. In days to come, we will look back on our days at New Haven as the happiest days of our lives. Written by Margaret Moore and Frances Vanderpool. ,., ,. 11455 F0573 We are all sizes, large and smallg Both light and dark, short and tally Our dispositions vary, we think we're very nice, The value of the Seniors can't be set at any price. Glen is our president, an efficient one at that, He's never been accused of being too high hat. He has blonde hair, his eyes are blue, We think he's nice, now don't you too? Danny started New Haven when he was only six And all along the way has gotten into many a fix, Since 1940, he's been the clown of our class, As far as we know now, his eye is on no lass. Stanton Holthouse is the lad, a celery grower's son, Who helped the team in all the games that it has won. In baseball he has found the favorite of his sports, He is famed for having a girl in all the ports. She was a faithful servant at all games lust marking scores is only one of her aims. Here comes Wilma, hobbling down to lunch Most always see her with a crutch. Another one of our members is Iacky, Soprano when she sings A joy to the "Yellow Iackets", for the many ads she brings, But what she likes to do best of all, ls to lead a cheer in a game of basketball. Eddie is "beau brummelf' our handy man nowg For winning girls, it seems he surely is a "wow," He's always very neat and the teachers right hand man, l'm sure if you just ask him, he'll help you if he can. Yes, there is another chap, Who thinks he's just it, as a matter of fact, Wayne Holthouse is his society name, But to us, he is known as just Wayne. Next in view is the girl that everyone knows: She attracts attention wherever she goes, We can tell by her giggle, when she comes thru the door, That dark haired lass is Margaret Moore. Frances is a student, who has gotten none but "A's" The helper of the teachers, second Einstein we might say. A very splendid worker, and busy all the while, Not only gets the work done, but does it with a smile. Next comes Gwen, the smallest of our class, A lot of energy has this fair haired lass. She's quite a whiz in typing, does O.K. in shorthand too, The handy girl of the office, when there's extra work to do. Next in line is Ioyce, the dark haired lass, The pictures she drew for this annual are in first classy She is a live wire for sure, smiling the day long, If you have blues to cure, see her, you can't go wrong. Another of our class is last but not least, A likeable Miss, her name is- Bernice. She has pretty red hair, but with that we'll not stopp She's a pal to us all, and we think she's tops. Now isn't this the nicest group that you have ever seen? We aren't at all bad looking and certainly not mean. We surely hate to ask it, but we'd really like to know, What will you do without us, for now it's time to go. 61,455 707.44 0? M52 We, The Senior Class of New Haven High School, City of New Haven, county of Huron, Commonwealth of Ohio, being of sound mind and memory, do publish and declare this to be our last will and testament, in the manner in which it follows: Item: To Mr. Townsend, our Superintendent, we hereby give and bequeath all future trips to the furnace room to get boys for study hall, and to take care of Room Service Calls in Hotel Commodore, New York. Item: To Mr. Welton, our coach, we leave all the missing baseball suits, and all left over basketball players. Item: To Mr. Slauter, we leave all future trips to Heidelberg, all future plays, and our good conduct-in American Government class. ' Item: To Mr. Bednarczuk, We leave all old parts to motors, and all future experiments in Physics class. Item: To Mrs. Smith we leave all jammed keys on the typewriter, and our Janitor, Cecil. Item: To Mrs. Slessman we leave all our extra sandwiches, and ,all empty pineapple cans. Item: To the Iunior Class we leave our vacant seats in Boom 6, and our ability to skip classes. Item: To the Sophomore Class, we leave our ability to study hard in study halls and to listen attentively in our classes. Item: To the Freshman Class, we leave our empty space in the front of the cafeteria line. . Item: I, Stanton Holthouse, leave my great ability of shooting jump shots to Sam Prederi, and my ability of getting along with girls to Ronnie Postema. Item: I, Dan Van Wagner, do hereby give and bequeath my good grades to Iim Black, and I leave all my freckles to Iohn Fate. Item: I, Wilma Newmyer, leave my great accustomed ability to be every- where at one time to Ianet Van Zoest. Item: I, Wayne Holthouse, leave my abil-ity to teach study hall to Bill Van Zoest, and my great art of shooting all the time to Arnold Risner. Item: I, Frances Vanderpool, leave my position on the Honor Roll every six weeks to Kathleen Atyeo. Itemzt I, Margaret Moore, leave my dark hair to Patty Postema, and my ability of writing neat to Iim Moyer. Item: I, Bernice Buckingham, do hereby give and bequeath my quiet disposi- tion to Rosemary Saunders. Item: I, Glen Newmyer, leave my power of winding around before I shoot to Larry Prederi, and my manly physique to Quince Vanderpool. Item: I, Gwendale Vanderpool, leave my bashfulness to Carol Fink, and my typing ability goes to Gilbert Matthews. Item: I, Iacky Buurma, leave my hot temperness to Shirley Zellner, and my ability to cheerlead goes to anyone 'who is lucky enough to get good grades in American Literature and American Government. Item: I, Eddie Heckman, leave my great ability of shooting long shots to Donald Lykins and my future trips to get ads to Bill Van Zoest. Item: I, loyce Wyandt, do hereby give and bequeath my great drawing ability to Kathleen Atyeo. Compliments of Compliments of Compliments of Miller Plumbing Leydorf's Barber Shop Simmermccher Insurance Co Willard, Ohio Willard, Ohio Willard, Ohio aww.-1 -v-" 16 ,-QMQ Glen Newmyer f' K Q 4,2 , 'Hr 'Q Frances Vanderpool 'ivy N. - Iacky Buurma Stanton Holthouse Wilma Newmyer Wayne Holthouse if-W 4 . X ev . , 'S 11. ,uw f 'Sw- Y - f iv M Gwendale Vanderpool "'tr"""' FW' www Bernice Buckingham M Whig -M if , -555' I - . :M .. Q Danny Van Wagner Ioyce Wyandt Eddie Heckman Margaret Moore I8 2.5 rif f Tir- 1 if., J. , .tr 54.444 J fylffiigp FRONT ROW: Ruth Buurma, Secretary, Carol Buurma, Treasurer, Kathleen Atyeo, Vice President, BACK ROW: Bill Van Zoe-st, Presrdenty Carol Fink, Reporter. COMPLIMENTS OF A. S. Hunter 6. Son 'Ihe People's National Bunk Plumbing, Heating, E. A. Lcndeiield Plymouth, Ohio Hardware Ford Garage Open for business since lanuary l, 1904 Willard, Ohio Willard, Ohio Member F.D.l.C. 0 Q gt rl if l "' 4' it it. gh' ' mf I " Bill Van Zoest af' xii .. X Olivia Lykins Ioyce Black Roberta Bailey Gilbert Mathews , M W " t x Q, , is N-vt Carol Fink f' Q' 30" qw' Q , 1p..w-wr NPN ,M WV Kathleen Atyeo Carol Buurma Ruth Buurma Esther Bauer 1 J I f Wccugdwg 774q46aa 6444 70 'Me LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Bednarczuk, C. Buurmcx, R. Buurmcx, W. Newmyer, S. Holthouse, E. Heckmcm, G. Newmyefr, W. Holthouse, W. Von Zoest, D. Vcm Wagner. 7feca Wcwew 5640454 Safely panel, 1951-52 ...f6P..i Yi LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Pen- ose C Cumm'r1qs, D Baxter R Be-dnor zuk .....,,,.,M,.. . . , , f STOP . lL .. Z1 Qeo ,anna The aqe of innocencep Whai's so interesiinq? Rah, Rah! Lei's relaxp Editors ai workg Theres ihe stretchg SENlQRSg li's qoinq to be a iouchdowng Fun at noong Working hard? Business Manaqersg Walcli your iinqerg Drearninq oi ...... g Watch the birdiey Wliat laws are beinq rnade now? ls there qoinq to be a iesi? l-lunqry? Guess who? You're ouig A penny for your ihouqhisg Hana ony Whats cooking? Understand your Algebra? How does she rate? COMPLIMENTS OF Ccxshmun's Shoe Store Robinson 6 Nicolls Quality Boots and Shoes Sohio Service Station Plymouth, Ohio Phone 5132 Willard, Ohio S amazea 66444 Offiaew v. X D, 'aYf? - FRONT: Sammy Predieri, Shirley Zellener. BACK: Iohn Fate, Iomes Buckingham. We 1 mavnr-W www fm. ."'1Qr' K' . Ai, 'Q 1 1 1 214444 744 qw Vw 1954 + 'PW qw. .fix y'qe,Qwge Yi Us 8 .MN ,f 1- 'BY- 4 KAL X fx' v 45 x 4257- f " 1. Ig v v Q, Q ' . H31 ' 'Q 'ff ew E' :Q A k ' Za M1 -3 ' ' 9 .. 'A 5 f t HR ' ij? N .few Yi 3 Q, ' 1 1 4' .4 ge Sammy Predieri Shirley Zellner Claire DeWitt Arnold Risner Iohn Fate Gypsy Conley f . W e,'ey gleb Wi yy, 'W :ee ' YF' f 5' gy gye I crmes Buckingham efggguwis ..'j:"' .Q -4-. ' N,a .. A A' . , N. 'M AMN mg., .Isl " "' ' .f . ,,.,,,m , avi 1 uf -.. , . , Q. ". 'w'- , . .EQ y M? 3 in at f 'Q .' .,y..M. -, :' - exe. V ' "1 I 'za-lf 1 ' 645 . 4 Z Q X QV' J' .L Q 5: ,A . In f I N: vt? , Q, Q :S "'Z'!,3" 4 ' aff, 1 1' T' f f ' , ' 'g :Z fy . 1 M. s. . n f 'M 'Ox I W w l , , "W-x , f' Q c Tae 5 in-ns: nov' 1, A BACK ROW: Icmet Chapman, Secretcrryg Beecher Caudill, Censorg Noncy Arnold, Treasurer. FRONT ROW: Pot Posts-mc, President Icmet Von Zoest, Vice President: Rosemary Sounders Reporter. Shirley McKenzie Ronald Postema Pairicia Postema "Shui" "RQr1" "Pai" Efw- - - W iw I i s ' K . J Q., Q, ' "fi ' - w as Q- , -. iw . ui ,ii .Q ff . , in V 5 31 : 2 3 ,V is A W " W O lisi 3 f -M' 5 X : ' - 0 i r fiif , 7 Larry Predieri Rosemary Saunders "Shorty" "Rosie" ki is I , YQ gf i Kirrr F I I - r Q ,Q . is V A ... . s , 4 aa ,. ff . Yiiiflf '- . . E 'N ".:1,5'.f-Wiki' SS L :- ' ..,-V . f-- Iohn Tuttle Ianet Van Zoest Quince Vanderpool "Turtle" "Ian" "Squirt" Best Wishes to ihe Class of 1952 Compliments of Compliments oi Fink Furniture Slore Weinberq's Dept. Store Norwalk Parts Co Willard, Ohio Phone 3413 Willard, Ohio Norwalk, Ohio 'Wav ' " ,i 2, , V ,. Q lttt 2 in 'M my - ..,.,, ,, f My A-,: ieleo 55Qif Iames Black Nancy Arnold Beecher Caudill Burnice Bamett "Curly" "Nan" "Beech" "Burnie" H Gerald McKown "lerry" Ianet Chapman Donald Lykins "la1'1y" l'Dor1" Q Z ' ,1 i . QA Y if :ai??L,.'z. i,',..i,:" ' 43 ,1 ggsf K -, A2 anice Dickerson Iames Moyer Billie lean Grimmer Robert Newmyer "Dickie" "Mort" "Bill" "Bob" Compliments of Compliments of 4 The Maple City Ice Co. Mc Phersons Complmfems of Wholesale LS Retail Beverages Fender and Body Service Clyde and Bobs Barber shop 35 Benedict Ave. Norwalk, Ohio Plymouth, Ohio P1YmOUfhfOhiO . K . , 4A gif! ft. t vvlli l gif w' ' .LF JW 27 Guthrie Chevy Sales Phone 207 Willard, O. Burru's Motor Sales Willard, Ohio E. 6. W. Pastry Shoppe Ouality Baked Goods COMPLIMEN TS OF Bowman Sinclair Gas ci Oil Willard, Ohio Brown :S Miller Plymouth, Ohio Schneider Lumber Co. Plymouth, Ohio We Deliver Phone 5351 Willard, Ohio Plymouth Elevator Plymouth, Ohio Slessman Excavating Carl, Harold, Neil Bulldozer, Crane, Tiling Machine Plymouth Bakery 6 Grocery Fresh Baked Goods Daily Plymouth, Ohio Gene's Tiptop Cleaners Ouality Cleaning That Will Please Plymouth, Ohio Tops Restaurant Boute 224 Delphi, Ohio McQua1tes Funeral Home and Furniture Store Phone 43 Plymouth, Ohio Secor's Furniture Funeral Directors Phone 280 Willard, O Bob's Barber Shop Plymouth, Ohio R. P. Sharrick Co. The Leading Iewelers Willard, Ohio Robby's l9 Sandusky Street Plymouth, Ohio BeViers Small Enough To Know You Big Enough To Serve You Willard, Ohio Smith's Electric Maytaq Washers Willard, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I 952 New Haven Supply Company WHOLESALE PLUMBING ' HEATING AND 28 INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES NEW HAVEN OHIO SITTING: Sammy Predieri, Shirley McKenzie, Stanton Holthouse, Carol Buurma, Bernice Buckingham, Gwendale Vanderpool. STANDING: Mr. Bednarczuk, Clifford Arnold, Bill Van Zoest, lim Buckingham, Larry Predieri, David Baxter, Ioan Smith, Mr. Townsend. ' ,-41134 LEFT TO RIGHT: Glen Newmyer, Mr. Bednarczuk, Danny Van Wagner, Bill Van Zoest, Eddie Heckman, Richard McKenzie, Gilbert Matthews. COMPLIMENTS OF Ideal Laundry Feichtner Store C. K, Moles, Proprietor Men's and boys wear All types of Laundry work Shoes for the entire family "Lace curtains our specialty" Willard, Ohio Phone 2l7 NV1llard, Ohio t I 1 CUSTODIAN CECIL SMITH Hes been with us ten years as custo- dian and six years as bus driver. 30 oa6a, eaataddcw ,-4nd 7mW,1mza,zem Depaztment 4 1 V w. , 4 4 1 A rl 5. ,- COOKS fc Dosla Nickler, Mrs. Slessman, Mrnnre DeW1tt, Nu. COMPLIMENTS OF Point Market Complete line ol Meat, Groceries, Fresh Fruns and Vegetables New Haven, Ohio awww BUS DRIVERS Ralph Moore, Bob Cole Treva Arnold. ATHLETICS lu l 1 u I I 4 1474, a-- I 1- r 1 - .... l u . - s I - I , , A QI QM 'BASKETBALL BASEBALL X5':R,',f!N0tA 2 ,st sap? M I 1 74 -fb QXTQWXSQXOYW' Q?- A 'f Aix -X g N 31 'Six .wr 1 ax v u , Q, f, ,,. , JJ Ja? ,V L 0 .I J l Y!! I fi r F f X y .l If-,V QL OKOM -PA 1- .-r 1.--. 9 A 47V-1 'XX-A b f 165:15 if PM f ' ff ff A '.4f' M1111 . 37 ff- " " L! Q. ,fjf-' I N -h J ,N I ,' I , QQ! vim X Eff 'f -ffxas. f X my rw-M- A ' ' N! . . j ' V The New Haven Yellow lack- ets began their 1951 fall base- ball season by edging a tiring Monroeville team 12 to lU in a thriller. The second game ended with North Farfield on top 7 to 6, having to come from behind in the last of the seventh to win. New I-laven's fielding game im- proved considerably. In the third game the New Haven Yellow lackets combined very good pitching and hitting with a practically air-tight de- fense to wallop the Greenwich ball club 8 to 3. FRONT ROW, left to right: A. Risner, Bill Van Zoest, I. Black, Sam Predieri, G. McKown, Mack McKenzie. BACK ROW: Wayne Holthouse, D. Lykins, B. Caudill, Stan Holthouse, Coach R. Welton, Eddy Heckman, Dan Van Wagner, and Chuck Saunders. wg G gmt I . 3' I , I 7 getty . .c,. QB A 1 at in ,K . c 'gfwe E . V.,- c VV' Us f.f- PJ! wt " ., 'iw i n " Q AW go P . I .. ,,.., . .t,, ..., , 7 7 i he r 't"fW?tftf. if, . ywtt ' .. "'.".: -.5 v'1:nf5- .. . V v, . ,.. ..,, , ' 515: A -.,,,,' A" 355' ." . ,,,.m , Worried Couch? .H P, 5347 WJ, KN, HW ft 4, fy l J 1 " wa s ff S's"x.,j " gas Pitching Staff i Picko Q? Coll 'em cs you see 'eml COMPLIMENTS OF Pepper Game The first game at home saw a smooth playing New Haven ball club romp to victory over Monroe- ville 8 to 4. Experience and new confidence could be seen in the New Haven nine at bat and on the field. On Oct. 4th a determined New Haven squad reeked revenge for an earlier defeat to North Farfield by overpowering them this time with a tie breaking run in the last of the 7th 7-6. On Oct. 9th Greenwich wal' loped New Haven 9,3 in a duel for lst place. The Yellow Iackets just could not hit or field. ln the last game of the '51-52 fall baseball season New Haven dropped a heart-breaker to Milan 4 to 3 as Milan came from behind in the last of the seventh with 2 runs to break up the game. Celeryville Greenhouse Willard Parts Co. Holthouse Bros. and Auto Parts and Supplies Mineral Fed Produce Gift Shop Phone 254 Willard, Ohio Phone 5731 Willard, Ohio 32 Compliments of Pioneer Rubber Company WILLARD, oH1o Wea: Waves: Zelloca-fackew Q if 1 . , , ifl a s Glen IBonesD NeWmYe1' ' Bill KQuietJ Van Zoest Eddie flied! Heckmcxn FOTWClTd Forward Guard 1 2 xx. H 3 -Ki - Q1 Q1 Stanton KS! Holthouse Center Houhouse Dan IS ubbyx F pike, V wwe 0' md Ofwwd dm' Wqgne Gu GUQrd r New New New New New New New New New New New New New FIRST ROW, left to right: Managers-Wayne Robinson, Eddy Risner, VARSITY-SECOND ROW Glen Newmyer, Eddie Heckman, Wayne Holthouse, Stanton Holthouse, Bill Van Zoest, Dan Van Wagner, Mac McKenzie. RESERVES-THlRD ROW: Sammy Predieri, Beecher Caudill, Arnold Risner lohn Tuttle, lames Buckingham, Coach Richard Welton, Donald Lykins, Bob Newmyer, Charles Saunders, Gerald Mcliown, lim Black. Haven Haven ...... Haven Haven Haven Haven Haven Haven Haven ...... Haven Haven Haven Haven Wmadq 3 fund Bloomville ...... Hopewell Loudon Shiloh .......... McCutchenville . . Milan ........... Greenwich ...... Norwalk St. Paul. . Milan ,.......... New London Monroeville Sullivan .... No. Fairfield Attica ........... 43 32 46 33 5l 28 54 52 57 33 36 37 59 New New New New New New New New New New New Haven Haven Haven Haven ...... Haven ...... Haven Haven Haven Haven ...... Haven Haven Greenwich Bloornville Wakeman Plymouth . . . No. Fairfield Monroeville Tournament Monroeville New London Wakeman . . Lexington . McComb . . . ieiezleaalew VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Carol Fink, Kathleen Atyeo, Iacky Buurma, Carol Buurrna. GUESS WHO? RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Shirley McKenzie, Rosemary Saunders, Patricia Postema COMPLIMENTS OF Willard United Bank North Fairfield, Willard and Greenwich, Ohio Deposits insured to 510,000.00 Qdzfa giee 66115 FRONT HOW: lane-1 Van Zoesl, Rosemary Saunders, Patricia Poslema, Shirley McKenzie, Ioyce Black, Mrs. Tipton, lanet Chapman, Shirley Zellner, loyce Wyandt, Frances Vanderpool. SLCOND ROW: Gypsie Conley, Maraarel Moore, Carolyn Arnold, Janice Dickerson, Ruth Buurma, Caro! Buiirina, Gwenriale Vanderpool, Clara DeWitt, Billy lean Grirnmer. BACK HOW: Esther Bauer, Olivia Lykins, Nancy Arnold, Roberta Bailey, Bernice Buckingham, Kathleen Alyeo, lacky Buurma, Carol Fink. Zaye Qlee Za! l.EF'l' TO RIGHT: Ouince Vanderpool, lim Black, Arnold Risner, Beecher Caudill, Charles Saunders, Donald Lykins, Danny Van Wagner, Iarnes Moyer, Sianlon Holthouse, Gerald Mcliown, Glen Newmyer, lim Biickinaham, Bill Van Zoest, Roberi Newmyer, Sammy Predieri, Richard McKenzie, l.lrs. Tipton, COMPLIMENTS OF Peie's Pullman Lcmdefeld G Lowery Peek-a-boo Inn Fine Food, Dancing Phone 225 Route 6l Willard, Ohio Willard, Ohio New Haven, Ohio 77Z6ze'v6 gimme FRONT ROW: loyce Black, Carolyn Arnold, Ianice Dickerson, Clara DeWitt, Gwendale Vanderpool, Margaret Moore, Esther Bauer, Shirley Zellner, Frances Vanderpool, Ianet Chapman. SECOND ROW: loyce Wyaridl, Olivia Lykins, Roberta Bailey, Bernice Buckingham, Mrs. Tipton, Ruth Buurma, Robert Newmyer, Sammy Predieri, Ouince Vanderpool. THlRD ROVV: Charles Saunders, Donald Lykins, Beecher Caudill, larnes Moyer, Gerald McKowri, Stanton Holthouse, Bill Van Zoest, Richard McKenzie, Glen Newmyer, lim Buckingham. Zend FRONT ROW: Sue Rosenberry, Ierry Osborn, Virginia Bauer, Ianet Chapman, loan Smith, Karen Buckingham, Eddie Risner. BACK ROW: Robert Patterson, Charles Cummings, lean Gillette, Shirley Zellner, Richard Channing, Esther Bauer, Mrs. Tipton, Bernice Buckingham. COMPLIMENTS OF Heisler's Inc. Sales and Service for International Farm lmplements Refrigeration, Trucks, Frehauf Trailers Phone 267 Willard, Ohio FFF Sightseeing: Watch the big scratcherp Why so sad? Statue ot Libertyg Guards at Unknown Soldiers Tombg Change of Guards- in Arlington Cemetery: Tomb ot Unknown Soldierg Ieiterson Mernorialg Lincoln Memorialg Washington Monumentg Treasury Department: Scenery on Hudson Riverg All aboard: Start workingg Sailing in the cool, cool of the morning: A frozen group. COMPLIMENTS OF Hurry V. lump I Iump's Real Estate and Insurance 4 Hutch 5 Clothing and Shoes Willard,Ohi0 . Wlllqrd Und Plymouth Willard and Plymouth 39 Wanna o 66444 7y,66a? 66444 40 Mrs. Slessman FRONT ROW, left to right: Ianice Dickerson, Clara DeWitt, Iean Grimmer, Gypsy Conley, Rosemary Saunders. BACK ROW: Ioyce Black, Esther Bauer, Ianet Chapman, Shirley McKenzie, Ianet Van Zoest, Bernice Barnett, Patricia Postema, Roberta Bailey, Olivia Lykins, Nancy Arnold, Shirley Zellner. Q 'we LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathleen Atyeo, Carol Buurma, Ioyce Black, Mack McKenzie, Mrs. Smith, Ruth Buurma, Olivia Lykins, Roberta Bailey, Carol Fink. MIDDLE: Gilbert Matthews. COMPLIMENTS OF Holland Market Specializing in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone 5272 Corner of Myrtle Avenue and Route 224 -NDERCLASSNX FACULTY Mr. Wayne Townsend, Mrs. Mae McCullough, Mrs. Nettie Hull, Mrs. Kathryn McNeal, Mrs. Oleta Mitchell, Mrs. Ruth Sharpless. ' coMP1.1MENTs or Wiers Brothers Ben Franklin C. E. Davis Fresh Produce and General Merchandise Willard, Ohio Federated Stores New Haven, Ohio not 'male Seanad Qaeda 42 Qkyk pi l is Qi FIRST ROW: Troy Collins, Keith Carnahan, Ivan Green, Gordon Wyandt, Gene Osborn, Hoyie Robinson, Calvin Robinson, SECOND ROW: lean Holmes, lanice Barnett, Thelma Shepherd, Shirlene Reed, ludy Henry, Iudy Ewing, loan Wilson. THIRD ROW: Linda Hole, Bonnie Vllyandt, Dreena Slauter, Susanne Kipp, Martha Holbrook, lanice Smith, lnez Slessman, Mrs. Sharpless. ABSENT: Gary Bauer, Magdalene Green, Amos Collins, lma lean Collins, Robert Luna, Mander Thornsberry. FIRST ROW: lim Penrose, Paul Buckingham, Euqene Holbrook, Roy Dunseth, Billy White, Tom Gray, Amos Bolen. SECOND ROW: Ruth Shrader, Virginia Carnahan, Marie Shepherd, Rosetta Picklesimer, Alicia Cummings, Betty Boetcher, Shirley Ross, Donna Vanderpool, Diana Hicks. THIRD ROW: lane Ewing, Edaal Green, Ernest Gillett, Manuel Arredondo, Robie Shepherd, Ronald Green, Carl Neeley, Isabel Bisiqnano, Mrs. Mitchell. ABSENT: Marcus Green, Ruben Luna, Alvin Robinson, Alvin Thornsberry, Lois Wright, Ansalrno Marinez. COMPLIMENTS OF Palmer 6. Penwell Shell Station Shell and Oil I 24 Hour Service Phone 3464 New Haven, Ohio 7461615 'male 040254 Qaeda FIRST ROW: Charles Reed, Richard Channing, Ralph Webb, Willard Tuttle. Howard Bauer, Kenneth Cline, David Slauter. SECOND ROW: Coleen Robinson, Diana Watkins, Thelma Bolen, Gae Green, Judith Voqal, lanet Roberts, Eileen Channing, Sandra Wilson, Hilda Luna. THIRD ROW: Baldemar Luna, Robert Kipp, Paul Boetcher, Roielio Salazar, Billie Green, Beecher Adkins, Kenneth Moyer, Kenneth Turner, lirnmy Cole, Dennis McKnown, Mrs. McNeal, FIRST ROW: Ralph Predieri, Freddy Baxter, Kenneth Barnett, Olby Tutle, Donald Grimmer, Leslie Dole. SECOND ROW: Shirley Robinson, Ima Holbrooke, Kathy Hole, Ierry Osborn, Virginia Bauer, Gloria Caudill, Marilyn Rosenberry. THIRD ROW: Donna Arnold, Joe Arredono, Eugene Reed, Robert Cole, Eugene Palmer, Mary Burns, lacky Robinson, Mrs. Hull. ABSENT: Fallin Neeley, Penny Darling. COMPLIMENTS OF The Garden oi Eat'n Fine Food 0 Quick Service Chicken in the Rouqh 0 Steak Dinners New Haven, Ohio Routes 61 - 224 Plate Lunches 0 Home Made Pies 43 74:4 and 64:64 wade eaeaflf Qaeda 44 FIRST ROW: Jerry Lawrence, Ioe Penrose, David Grimmer, Lenvel Barnett, Iames Vogel, Gerald Watkins, Morris Hicks, Robert Patterson, Robert Predieri, Richard Palmer, Virfcent Bisiqnano. SECOND ROVJ: lzarl Ewing, Beatrice Robinson, loyce Green, Mary Ellen Stone, Opal Holbkrook, Shirley Carnahan, Lima lean Wright, Kathryn Cole, Susan Bauer, Wanetta Green. Tl-llRD ROW: William Burns, Raymond Slessman, William Boetcher, lohn Atkins, Ralph Neeley, Leon Wilson, Dinnie Tuttle, Marvin Hull, Richard Garrett, Juan Salazar, Mrs. McCullough. ABSENT: Howard Thornsberry, Doris Collins. FIRST ROW: Boyd Salayers, Robert Rinker, Billy Chapman, lim Postema, Kenneth Fink, Hardy Robinson, William Salyers. SECOND ROW: Thelma Barnett, Marilyn Clark, Ioanne Smith, lean Gillett, Annetta Vanderpool, Ellen Mcliown, Shirley Cole. Tl'llRD ROW: Karen Buckingham, Ethel Shepherd, Elizar Garcia, Delmer Bailey. Garden McKenzie, Linda Wilson, Patricia Lykins, Mrs. Smith. ABSl:LN'l': Helen Collins, Ronald Predieri, COMPLIMENTS OF Iackson's Drug Store Mons Boqner's Marathon Service Phone 271 . Phone 4841 wiumd, ohio At Ce1efYV'He wiiimd, ohio 267464 Qmde FIRST ROW: Linda Sharder, Wilma Robinson, Delores DeWitt, Carolyn Clark, Eldean Burling, Cleo Picklesimer, Nancy Boetcher. 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COMPLIMENTS OF 'nie Willard 'runes wmqfd Mobil service gong If-"ng The Home Newspaper For Home News Mobil Gas O Tires, Tubes, Batteries O f SETI OO 2 U High Grade Iob Printing of All Kinds Complet Line of Parts and Accessories pen rom ' Gm' to 3 m Ouick Service, Reasonable Prices Willard, Ohio Phone 4 Plymouth, Ohio Anger? kiwi Q55 1095 V Q9 10m 00601 " :male gawfddewldaf " ZZ 746 Wadd 14 Stage 14M 746 p 4 7754445 Qu On 1, W 5 n . 4 ,f x .32 9 ' U 5 wpvg Q V :- BW' W7 4, 5 'K' 5 c . 5 ' " inf, 1 v A rf .1 Mfg" N: l-M .. Q I bm gi VESPQ, 2 E -- W :ik if Q 7 , yki' K, 7 if 1 iff "xx 1 xi ' is 35... -W. 5 , 1 v. H. '.i., r 1 FRONT ROW Carol Buurma, Frances Vanderpool, Margaret Moore, Ioyce Wyandt. SECOND ROW Kathleen Aiyeo, Gerald McKown, Jacky Buurma, Iames Buckingham. BACK ROW Ruth Buurma W. A. Slauter, Director, Bernice Buckingham. wg O f 5 v's3Y . fya Suspense! 61 OW 41 gee? V 9 fsfgi 'VF ' ffm Presenlaiion THE GANG HAPPY 6 SURE 3 Am I Welcome? bm? Girls will be boys. 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