New Haven High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (New Haven, OH)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1953 volume:
NEW HAVEN SCHOOLS
NEW HAVEN, on-no
We. the members of the staff present
'Memories of '55'
We hope that you will enjoy it now
and trust that in the years to come
it 1111 mean even more to you.
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For our New Haven High School proud and true
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Three big cheers for that school of ours,
We'11 stand by her through rain or through lhovers
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Mrs. Slessman MPS- Schantz
Home Economics English
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Although Hr. Smith, our Custodian, is not a member
of our faculty proper, his willingness to aid our
every undertaking has endeared him to teacher and
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GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY
Left to rignt: Hrs. Hull, Ire. Sherplese, Ire. loCu11ough,
Ire. Mitchell, lr. Townsend, Ure. lcleel
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Left to right: Joe Roeenberry, Neil Sleumen, Fred Ven Zoeet,
llllerd Baxter, Lottie Babcock, Ed Poeetmn.
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KATHLEEN ILO ATYEO
Officer 1- -lg
Annual Staff M
Phys. Bd 1-2-3-Lg.
Spanish Club 1
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JOYCE ELAINE BLACK
Annual Staff M
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Spanish Club 1
CAROL FAITH BUURIA
ESTHER JOANNR BAUER 'Carol'
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lusio 1-2-3-M Annual scarf A
Mull 3'l+ Dram. 3,J+
Drill M Cheerleader 1-2-3
Band 3 Phys. Ed 1-2-3-M
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RUTH ANNE BUURHA CAROL ELAINE FINK
Officer 1-2- Officer 2
luaic 1-2-3- Music 1-2-3-M
Annual Staff M Annual Staff H
Spanish Club 1 Spanish Club 1
Drama 3-A Phys. Ed 1-2-3-M
Phys. ld 1-2-3-M Drama 3-M
OLIVIA LYKINS GILBERT LEWELLYN MATTHEWS
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Kathleen Atyeo, Vice President: B111 VanZoeet, PTOSIGGRC'
Esther Bauer, Treasurerg Olivia Lykine, Secretary: Joiee,
In the year 1941, a new first grade entered New Haven. This spring
finds only two of the original class completing high school. These are
Kathleen Atyeo and Esther Bauer. Our teacher was llrs. lllcox who also
helped us through the second grade.
In the third year we were welcomed by a new teacher, Irs. Killer.
Olivia Lykins came to our class that year. le must have been much like
ordinary third graders for we seem to have attracted little notice, but
we did manage to pass to the fourth grade.
In the fourth grade Irs. Kitchell was our teacher and two new
members were added to our group-Joyce Black and Carol Fink.
Hrs. McCullough helped us through the ordeal of fifth and sixth
grades. New subjects were added to the curriculum and one new boy,
Gilbert llatthew struggled through them with the rest of us.
The 'big shots' of the sixth grade eventually became seventh
graders and went upstairs to be with the junior md senior high school
people. This was our first encounter with changing classes, different
teachers, etc. It was a trifle confusing, but we finally made the
adjustment. Irs. Smith, our adviser in the eighth grade, helped us to
clear up a few of our many problems, and we felt that we were definitely
ready for high school.
At last came the big day: We were Freshmen at New Haven High. We
were so confused by the choice of subjects offered that some of us tried
to take six: Never since that first day of high school, have we been
so ambitious. Carol and Ruth hurma and Bill Van Zoest cpe to us from
Celeryville, and Irs. Smith as class adviser, helped us solve the
problems which came with the experience of beizg high school students.
lr. Bednarczuk was our class sponsor during our sophomore year.
This year we increased our efforts to add to the class treasury for we
began thinking in terms of junior-senior banquet and the class trip.
Our junior year with lr. Bednarcauk again acting as olass adviser,
was full of activities. In December, we presented our class play,
Strictly Confidential which proved a 'howling' success. Everyone who
saw it said that the juniors had presented a play of which they could
be proud. We sold refreshments at all home basketball games thus added
to our financial resources. The climax of the year was the junior-senior
banquet in lay. The entire class worked long and hard, but in the
beautifully decorated gym, eating the course dinner, enjoying the
entertainment we had planned, end listening to the compliments of our
guests, we felt it was all worth while. 'Blossom Time was a real
Guess what, Seniors already. Why it seems like yesterday that we
all started to school. Irs. Slessmn was chosen gs our sponsor for this
year and she is working just as hard to make this year a success as we
are. There are nine seniors-Kathleen Atieo, Esther Bauer, Joyce Black,
Carol Buurma, Ruth Buurma, Carol Fink 0 lvla Lykins, Gilbert Matthews,
and Bill Van Zoest who are planning with the juniors a trip ln lay.
Of course, we are all looking forward to graduation with some
feeling of regret, but time passes on, and we hope to make our place
in the world. In the days to come, we shall look back on our days at
New Haven High as the happiest days of our lives.
While doing the spring house cleaning, I came across the
l953 Memories which I had put away almost ten years ago. The
book fell open and Bill Van Zoest's likness stared up at me.
1 have often wondered what happened to him, I thought. I
remembered his saying once that he was going to be a farmer.
I'll bet that Carol Buurma knows what he is doing. I am
pretty sure that shevvrltes the Celeryville news for the
Willard Times. I think that I'll call her now. I hope she
1sn't specialing a patient at the hospital today.
She must have been working, because no one answered the
phone. I decided to call Kathleen instead. Kathleen was at
home, and she invited me to her home in Celeryvllle. While
we were drinking coffee and discussing NMemoriesu, Carol Fink
walked in. Since she and Kathleen were secretary and treasurer
respectively of the Golden Rule, they had business to complete.
Carol is happily married to Jack Shaarda and has a darling
little boy and girl.
As I was leaving the house, Esther came running up the
walk waving a letter she had received asking her to play at a
concert in Carnegie Hall. While talking with Esther, I was
surprised to hear that Joyce Black had finally settled down
and has three children.
After talking to Esther, I decided it was really time to
go home because I was having dinner guests. When I arrived
home, my dinner guests Ruth Buurma and Olivia Lykins, had
arrived. Talking with them, I found that Ruth had been working
at the Childrens Hospital in Elyria for the past five years.
Olivia told us that she is married and is living in Attica.
Last but not least, I found that Gilbert is the head
mechanic at General Motors.
Ie, 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
Item: To Mr. Townsend, our Superintendent, we hereby
give and bequeath all promised excuses from home and the
reminder of the school pupils to discipline.
Item To lr. Welton, our coach, all baskets that weren't
made and all training rules that might have been broken.
Item: To Mrs. Smith, our commercial teacher, all the
shorthand notebooks filled during the year and all
unused paper releases.
Items To Hrs. Schantz, our English teacher, all old
magazines and newspapers :Ln room 6 and any bubble gum
that she may find under the seats.
Item: To lr. Helmlinger, our Industrial Arts teacher, all
unpleasant odors in chemistry and the eighth grade Elrls
to keep him occupied.
Item. To Hrs. Slessman, our Home Economics teacher, all
food bought at Ph1l's when we werenft satisfied in
cafeteria. Also the coming senior class to advise.
Item: To Mr. Kohli, our Music teacher, the beat up piano
in room 6 and the remainder of the students duo can sing
as well as the seniors.
Items To Cecil, our Custodian and Janitor, all pop bottles
we d1dn't pick up and all papers left on the floor.
Item: To the Junior Class we leave all absences and tardy
slips , also our good behavior.
Items To the Sophomore Class ve leave all our concessions
at the basketball games.
Item: To the Freshman Class we leave all empty seats they
may find in room 6.
Item: I, Kathleen Atyeo, leave sq height and slenderness
to Ellen Hcliown. Hy job at Ted's to Shirley Zellner.
Item: I, Esther Bauer, leave my ability to play the piano
to Mr. Kchli, my Hawaiian cousin to anyone who likes hula
Item: I, Joyce Black, leave all old engagement rings to
Nancy Boetcher. IU ability to skip school to nv brother Jim
Item: I, Carol Buunna, leave my long hair to Janet Chapman.
lly trials and tribulations to Pat Poestma.
Item: I, Ruth Buurma, leave all soldier boys to anyone
else that likes uniforms. IU theme song 'Ten Little Soldiers
on a Ten Day Leave' to Rosemary Saunders.
Item: I, Carol Fink, leave all ten minute typing tests to
anyone who will type them for me. lb tardy excuses to
Item: I, Olivia Lykins, leave all trips to Attica to
anyone who can beat my time. IU quietness to Arnold Risner
Item: I, Gilbert Matthews, leave my friend John to anyone
who will have him. ly mechanical ability to Clifford Arnold
Item: I, Bill Van Zoest, leave my ability to play basketball
to Ronney Postema. lb car to my sister Janet when she
learns to drive it.
Has anyone here forgotten the Seniors?
If he nas, 1et's remind mlm or the 'nine'-'ss'
In union there's strength and our 'nine' slave together
Facing troubles together wherever we be.
Therefs Kathleen, the gal with the sensitive nature
So kind and considerate of all whom she meets
Tis said, and quite truly, her charm is bewitching'
As basketball cheerleader, she's hard to beat.
Now Esther our musician of piano and drum
She plays for the Glee Club, and band practice, too
To our rescue she comes whatever the chore
An excellent typist-e good frl nd for you.
The blond one is Joyce, always friendly and sweet
We know you will like her-her cook1ng's a treat.
The stars in her eyes make many males sigh,
But 'I'm sorry, I'm taken' is her usual reply.
Leng, ourly hair marks a lass of good taste,
In this case its Carol-did you ere see such grace?
Ambitious, dependable, and neat as a pin,
And all through her life many friends she will win.
Ruthie's a tall miss, has laughing blue eyes
With all she encounters flirting she tries
Attractive and carefree with her studies a whizz
Her future looks rosy wherever she is.
Now next in line is Carol Elaine
In all kinds of trouble a friend she'll remain.
A sweet personality, a friendly smile,
We're sure she'll be missed for quite a while.
And Olivia? she's quiet and OH: d
Her work's always done,'her purpogg sgmgsre.
Wherever she's needed-she's always on time,
3he'll be e success, 'cause we know she's fine.
There's Gilbert, the lad with the mechanical mind,
At fixinz loud sneakers he sure is a find.
When New Haven at last makes connections with Mars,
We'l1 tune in each night to G1b's lineup of stars.
Last but not least is our basketball star
For his skill with a ball he is known near and far
Rather quiet, unexcitable, a hard worker toog
When there's work to be done, why Bill will come through
Yes, we are the Seniors of New Haven High
And we've come a long way since we've entered the door,
We're a happy-go-lucky and fun-loving group,
Our heads we have crammed with knowledge galore.
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First row: Larry Predieri, Janet Van Zoest, Pat Postema, Shirley
McKenzie, Rosemary Saunders, Nancy Arnold, Janet Chapman, Huince
Second row: Beecher Caudill, Honald Postema, Donald Lykins,
Bob Newmyer, Jim Moyer, Gerald McKown, Jim Black, Mrs. 5chantz
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First row: Carol Clark, Nancy Boetcher, Delores DeWitt,
Pauline Waddle, Wilma Robinson, Newana Van Zoest, Ruth Qhrader
Second row: David Baxter, Jack Penrose, Aron Stevens, hldean
Burling, Clifford Arnold, Eddie Risner, Mrs. Smith
Front row: Annette Vanderpool, Marilyn Clark, Pat Lykins, Karen
Buckingham, Ann Gullett, Shirley Cole, Ellen McKown,
Second row: Jerrill Ivy, Thelma Barnett, Jean Martin, Wilma Stevens,
Linda Wilson, Charlotte Hamons, Gordon McKenzie, Mr. Welton
Third row: Elizar Garcia, Hardy Robinson, William Salyers, Kenny
Fink, Jim Poetema, Billy Chapman, Boyd Salyers,,Honn1e Prcdieri
Front Row: Rosetta Green, Margie Meyers, Kathy Cole, Wanetta Green,
Jean Wright, Robert Patterson, Linvel Barnett, Robert Predieri,
Second Row: Howard Thornsberry, Raymond Slessman, Richard Garrett,
Mr. Welton, Marvin Hall, Ralph Neely, William Burns, Cleophas Sloane,
Front row: Jackie Robinson, Gloria Caudill, Imo Holbrook
Eugene Predieri. Virzinia Bauer. Sue Rosenberry, Jerry
Second row: Gilbert Carpenter, Fallen Neeley, Elveto Slone,
Mary Burns, Shirley Robinson, Donna Arnold, Mrs. Mc Cullough
Back row: Donald Grimmer, Leslie Dole, Eugene Palmer, Fredrick
Baxter. Melvin Matteson. Kenneth Barnett.
Absent: Kathy Hole, Eugene Reed
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Front row, Vincent Bisignano, Wilma Martin, Mary Ellen Stone,
Lois Hamona, Beatrice Robinson, Opal Holbrook, David Grimmer.
Back row: Joe Penrose, Jerry Martin, Mac Donald Montgomery
Mrs. McCullough, William Boetcher, Robert Meyer, Tommie Waddles
Absent: Leon Wilson. Joyce Green
Front row: Coleen Robinson, Thelma Bolen, Isola Shepherd,
Sandra Wislon, Gloria Green, Eileen Channing
Second Row: Mrs. Hull, Paul Boetcher, Robert Kipp, Ezra Shepherd,
Jake Stevens, Robert Cole, Kenneth Moyer
Third row: Kenneth Cline, Richard Channing, Larry Briggs,
Charles Reed, Kenneth Turner, Dennis McKown, Howard Bauer
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Front row, Alicia Cummings, Aaron Slone, Jim Penrose, Marcus
Green, Paul Buckingham, Doris lever, Donna Vanderpool, Shirley
Ross, Ruth Shrader, Amos Bolen
Second row: Ernest Gillett, Lois Wright, Marie Shepher,
Isabel Bisignano, Sandra Hamons, Betty Boetcher Eugene
Holbrook, Thomas Gray, James Cole
Third rowg Ralph Webb, Alvin Robinson, Carl Kimberlin, Richard
Holmes, Robie Shepherd, William Hammond, Alvin Thornsberry,
Darrel Ivy, Ronald Green, Carl Neeley
Front row: Janice Smith, Emma Shepherd, Martha Holbrook,
Thelma Shepherd, Janice Barnett, Jean Holmes, Joan Wilson,
Second row: Susanne Kipp, Bonnie Wyandt, Mattie Gullett,
Wilmer lontzomery, Gordon Wyandt, Carl Stevens, Hoy Robinson.
Third row: Walter Meyer, Judy Henry, Magdalene Green,
Mander Thornsberry, Gene Osborn, Louis Kinberlin, Troy
Collins. Hrs. Mitchell.
Front row: Emma Jean Patterson, Nawanta Sloan, Brenda Green, Mary
Robinson, Ruth Klmberlin, Earma Jean Green, Bobby B1s'gnano, Billy
Miller, Lardine Hall, Reford Bolen, Nancv Cline,
Second row: Marie Gullett, Lizzie Montgomery, Harold Carpenter,
Clifford Sloan, Jim Arnold, Dick Chapman, James Neeley, Inis
Hall, Joan Stevens,
Third row: Shirlene Reed, Barbara Baxter, Robert Hamons, Calvin
Robinson, Claudette Bauer, Evelyna Roberts, Carol Jean Elston,
Dean Smith, Thomas Wright, Billy Briggs, Truman Holbrook,
Left to right! Ruth Buurma, Carol Fink, Joice Black,
Mrs. Smith, Shirley Berberick, Kathleen Atyeo, Carol
Buurma, Olivia Lykins
Left to right! Carol Buurma, Shirley Berberick, Joice Black
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Clara DeWitt, Arnold Risner, Esther Bauer, mrs. Dlessman, ,
Front row, Marilyn Rosenberry, Virginia Bauer, Jerry Osborn,
Leslie Dole, Ellen McKown, Karen Buckingham, Mr. Kohli.
Back row, Jean Martin, Wilma Stevens, Richard Channing, Howard
Bauer, Eldean Burling, Clifford Arnold, Aron Stevens, Linda Wilson.
Front rowg Nancy Boetcher, Olivia Lykins, Linda Shrader, Shirley
Berberick, Eldean Burling, Carol Clark, Clara Dewitt, Pauline Wadd
Second row, Delores Dewitt, Janet Chapman, Shirley Zellner, Pat
Postema, Carol Buurma, Joice Black, Wilma Robinson.
Third row, Gerald McKown, Bill VanZoest, Kathleen Atyeo, Ruth
Buurma, Esther Bauer, Beecher Caudill, Mr. Kohli.
Fourth rowg Jack Penrose, Aron Stevens, Jim Buckingham, Donald
Lyklns, Arnold Eisner, Ruben Stevens, Quince Vanderpool.
Standing: Mr. Townsend, Sam Predieri, Gerald MCKOWH, Beecher Caudill
Seated: Karen Buckingham, Ronald Predieri, Aron Stevens, Newana
Van Zoest, Kathleen Atyeo, Ruth Buurma, Mr. Welton, Jim Buckingham,
Howard Thornsberry, Robert Predieri
Front row: Jim Postema, Howard Thornsberry, Ronald Predierl,
Kenny Fink, Lenvil Barnett
Second row: Bill Burns, Marvin Hall, Dlnnie Tuttle, Mr. Helm-
linger, Richard Garrett, Boyd Salyers, Hardy Robinson
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Back row: Donald Lykine, B111 Van Zoest, Jerry MoKo n, Beecher
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Back row: Beecher Caudill, Uonald Lykins, Jim Buckingham, Bob
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Front row: Larry Predieri, David Baxter, Hardy Robinson, mgr.,
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Front row: Raymond Slessman, mgr., Robert Freda-I-1, Jim
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