New Holland High School - Mirror Yearbook (New Holland, IL)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 148
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Text from Pages 1 - 148 of the 1947 volume:
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NLR JOHNJ WAN Huss PRINCIPAL
Illinois State Normal University
B E D
Lawerence Institute of Technology
Uxuversity oi Illmnls M S
Advisor of Senior Class
MISS BETTY j BORCHERS
Universxty of Illinois B A
Advisor of Fres11.ma.n Class
Advisor of Pep Club
PAUL E RANKIN
MISS RUTH BAKLR
Phys lc al Educ atxon
Northern Ill Teachers College
B E D
Graduate work at College A and
Advxsor of jumor Class
F H A andG A A
MISS VIRGINIA HOLLAND
Universxty of Illmols B A
Unxverszty oi Michxgan M A
Adv1sor of Semor Class
Dxrector of junior Play
and Sexuor Play
ocml Sc zence
Eastern Ill State Teachers
Umversxty of Colorado
Advlsor of Sophomore Class
Advlsor of Varsxty Club
NIRS JOHN BEAVER
College of St Catherine
Rollms College B A
Illuloxs State Normal Unxversxty
Umversxty of Illxnols B S
Advisor of junxor Class
F F A , and Swxne Club
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F1011 V0 Nlller kutl L5 ru-ends Bxl1Dan1ey Sandri
BHCR ROW Donna Schroeder Iohn Rock and llllblll' Caedtkd
Vice Pr esident
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A student council was formed thxs year at the suggestxon of the student
body A commzttee of exght was chosen by the classes to draw up the constitution
After the constxtutxon was read and approved by the student body a council of
exght two from each class was chosen They were as follows Semors Vxrginil
McNeil and W1lbur Gaedtka juxuors Donna Jeanne Schroeder and john Beck,
Sophomores Sandra McNex1 and B111 Danley Freshmen Ruth Behrends and Darrell
Miller Then- chxef arm was to provide noon hour recreatxon facxlxties and to keep
the school premxses clean
Secretary - - - - ---- - - ----- Sandra McNeil
Pep Club - Z,3,4g Sec.Treas,-3
F. H. A.-Z,3,4g Sec. Treas. -Z,
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l,Z,3,4g P1-esideni of Class-2,4
Research Club - Z7 Sec. Tre-as
of Research Club- Zg Editor of
Hi-Lite and lwierror - 45 Girls'
Chorus - l,Z,3,4g Play, "Mad
Hattex-s" -33 Library Club -25
Student Council - 4g Prompter
W ayne S emple
Basketball Z 3 4 H Club 3 4
F F A 1 Z 3,4 Watchdog of
F F A 4 Research Club Z
Rifle Club 3 Track 2
Mirneographer oi Hx Lite 4
Business Manager of Mirror 4
Sec Treas of Class 1 Pep
F H A ClubZ 34 Chorus l
4 Sec Trees G A A
Pres ofGAAandI' HA
4 4 Il 3 4 Reporter 4 Play
Mad Hatters 3 Assistant Eid
of I-li Lite and Mirror 4 Vice
Ires Pep Club 3
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President of G. A. A. -3g Play
"Mad Hatter-s"g Sports Editor of
Hi-Lite and Mirror -4g Library
Club-Z5 Prompter for play -3,4
Sec.-Treas. of 4-H Club - 3.
Vxce President of Class
Presxdent of Class 3 F F' A
12 3 4 Presldent of F F
4 Treasurer 0fF F A
Varslty Club 4 u
12,3 4- Research Club Z Rifle
Club 3 Basketball 12 3 4
Track Z 3 Play Mad Hatters
3 Business Manager Hi Lite
and Mxrror 4 Student Councxl 4
G A A "1ublZ34 PepCub
Councrl 2 Cheerleauer 3 4-
Latm Club 7 3 Club Edxtor H1
Lxte 1nrl Sen1or TYPIS of Mu-ror
Staff 4 N Pres OfF H
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Play s Mad Hatters 3 june
Mad 4 The Youngest 3
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Pres of Pep Club 3 4 H Club
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Club Z3 F H A C1ubZ34
Sec Treas oi 4 HC1u.b 4- ec
Treas oi C1-us 3 G A A Club
2,34 Sec Tren: ofG A A 3
Play Mud Hatter: 3,june Mad
4 Class Ed of Hi Lite 4 Club
Bd of Mirror 4
Baxkethall Z 3 4 Track 2,3
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3 4 Research Club Z Rifle
Club 3 Swme Club 4 Play
Mad Hatters 3 Mxmeographer
li the Hi Late 4 Picture ed
hor of the Mirror 4 Treas
ux-er of the F F A 4
Gir1sChorus 1234 Pep
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H1 Lxte Humor Ed 4 Mxrror
Feature Ed 4 G1r1s Trm 3 4
Gzrls Quartet Z Gxrls Chorus
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Cheer Leader IZ 3 4 F H A
2 3,4 Pres Z Reporter 4 Pep
Club 2 3,4 Reporter 4 Quartet
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Class 1 jumor Play Mad Hat
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One dark dreary mght m May 1960 m the desolate ruxns of an old build
mg whr h we recognxze as the rums of N H C H S we come upon two old
gray m1ce Pat and Mlke remmlscmg over the tune when they were young and
Remernbermg the year 1947 they gosslp about the gay lxvely sen1ors and
how they have prospered these past years
Gnawmg on the pag es of an English book and taking a big blte of a verb,
Pat says Mlke remember Moneybags Gaedtka'7 I wonder how he carne out?
Mlke says, Yeah Iheard he 1S Presldent of the You Trust Me Bank
When he stoops over so much money falls out of h1s pockets he doesn t even
bother to plck It up
But d1d you hear about john Ewers 'P He became Heavywe1ght Chaxnpxon
of the Xforld defeatmg joe Louls last mght by a knockout I guess he s 1n the
Ivhke speaks up Tallung about dough thuxk of Lover Semple He plays
the lead 1n Now I ve Got You w1th hxs blonde w1.fe playmg opposxte hun
Fvery nlght after stage hours they hurry home to then' pr1de and Joy, thelr twins
Donna Mae and Wayne jr
Pat says, Yea, but thumk of Ruth Ger1ets who marrzed that telephone
operator The rumor 1S that they will own the Bell Telephone Company 111 a
Then there was Frances Douglas Sh has taken over the Dr I Q Program
1n wh1ch she announces I have a gentleman
' Yes but haven 'C YOU heard about Norma Been rxdmg around Hollywood on
Trxgger wxth Roy Rogers 'P
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Pat says Well, well remember Dor1s Gehx-ke? Her dreams flnally carne
true and she 1S happrly m r1ed to the man of her dream Thelr son, Franlue
IS the sarne age as the Semple twms How dld that happen?
Slnce Peggy Martm has been marr1ed and dxvorced f1ve tunes, she IS
now trymg for a slxth As Presldent of the Lonely Hearts Club and through
the efforts of her Matr1mon1al Magazlnes she has brought together many lonely
Say Pat, I heard that Margaret Bartman owns the Yellow Cab Company
now and drlves a cab herself
Mlke you remember Donna j Krommmga don t you? Well sxnce she
quit slngmg for Tex Beneke to marry that blg 1ndustr1al1st of Peor1a that used to
work on the swlng slnft he has her Slnglng to h1s workers to keep up productlon
That was Vu-guna McNe11 who graduated from college with all those hxgh
honors B S B A , B O and the hke, wasn t 1t'P I understand she 15 a famous
research sc1ent1st ln a glue factory, workmg her fmgers to the bone trymg to
perfect a more perfect glue
Pat remembers There were some teachers around here too weren t
' Why yes Pat, there was the Prmczpal Mr Van Huss He s head professor
at Oxyale College After a few years he can retxre and work on h1s radxo and
trade h1s Terraplane 1n on a new car
I hear that since New Holland won the Logan County Tournaxnent m 1947
the coach Mr Waldrzp has been producmg so many wuuung tearns that the U
of I fmally persuaded hun to be the head coach Smce then he has retxred to
advertxsmg toothpaste HIS Pepsodent Smde always gets em
That was really somethmg when Mr Sapp was shocked by 60 608 volts
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m shopwork that tr agxc year and was transformed mio Volto jr He now has
the power to attract W aacs W1th Ins rlght arm and repel Waves with his left
Mr Paul fTommy Dorseyj Rankm now has an orchestra of his own hasn
he9 And Ihear he 1S really makmg progress wxth the Fred Waring Gle Clu
Nhke Mr Charles Anderson lS now doorman at the Waldorf Astor1a yOu
Mlss Baker IS now marrled to lom Breneman and prepares Breakfast
I heard that Mlss Borchers IS Henry Ford s best secretary and she de
hghts 111 gzvmg away Ford cars s1nce she recelves one out of every hundred
lvhss Holland has won the Indlanapolls Speedway four tunes and w1l1 try
a f1fth to show these young upstarts how to drwe
Irs Beaver IS 111 Italy translatmg the Latm language to the modern
Say Pat, you remember that cook that used to chase us around and set
out mousetraps for us CI beheve her natne was Ivlrs Elmore She IS head
cook for Pres1dent Truman now The Presldent says she is the best cook he
has had for ten years
Say have you heard about john L.ohren.z" He 1S the Presldent of the Grey
hound Bus Co and strxctly enforces the rule that no Semors of 4-7 of N H C H
are to be allowed to r1de on h1s buses He says four years of haullng most ui
them around was enough
You may wonder how these wonder m1ce could know these thmgs and talk
bout them Ve were wonderlng ourselves but we shall never know just as we
asked them they got a b1te of the Rat Baxt the F F' A of 47 put out
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We the Senlors of 1947 bemg wholly unsound m mxnd and weak m body
do hereby make our last w1ll and testament
I Frances Douglas, bequeath my abLl1ty to keep my locker ln a bxg mess
I Norma Been, w1ll rny qu1etness to Ann Tomlm
I Ruth Gerlets, leave my red han' and knack for apo1og1z1ng to Sandra
I Margaret Bartman, bequeath my 1I1D.OC8Dt look 1I1 E.I1gl1Sh Class to B111
I Dor1s Gehrke, W111 my love of school act1v1t1es to Irma Utech
I Peggy Martxn, bequeath my ab1l1ty to wr1te poetry to Bugs Pet1tt
I Wayne Semple, w1ll my ab1l1ty to keep out of other peoples busmess to
I Donna jean Krorfunlnga, leave my ab1l1ty to keep a steady boy fr 1endto
I V1rg1n1a McNe1l, leave my good grades to my slster, jane
I, W1lbur Gaedtka bequeath my extreme love for Engllsh to Donna Jeanne
I john Fwers wlll mv trouble to Darrell M1ller
We, the Senlors, leave '1-F. nrnan Class our love for school act1v1t1es
e, the Senlors, leave c ablhty to co operate to the Sophomore Class
We, the Semor Class leave the jumors our ab1l1ty to get H1 L1te BSSISH
ments m on tune
To Mr Rank.n, we leave our envy for h1s new car
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We, the SGHIOTS, leave all our worries Over the Ili-Lzte to lxliss Borchers.
We, the Sen1or Class, leave our replles of "who, me?" and "or su1npin's"
Mr Wal irip
'Ve the Sen1ors leave to Ixlr X an lluss our xx ads of wum and prevlously
carved 1n1t1 ls on the desks
To lx,'1ss Holland we leave ou cmancvlxnw part1c1ples spllt 1I1l-1I'1'C1V6S and
all other everyday nghsh f aults
10 Mr Sapp we le ve tl e S011 we have tr acked 1n and our CORNY Jokes to
start a good CORNI crop
To Ivhss Baker we leave our Crazy color comb1nat1ons and taste for good
To Mrs Beaver we leave our perfect mlsunderstandlng of L.at1n and chance
meetlngs on the sta1rs
'Vo Charlle we leave the tra e of our spllled 111k
To Mrs Elmore X e leave our ab1l1ty to cheer at basketball galhes
To johnny we leave our lost art1cles, old Jokes ann gr1pes
' e hereby s1gn our last wlll and 'cestarne t
When we started 1n the FITST Grace we had s1x members Our teacher was
X 1ss Stone Nfamely our class CC1'1S1Sf6Cl of V rren l eters jun1or Schroeder
lrml l essen, X 1r01n1 N ch e1l Lors jones inf N arfv ret Bartnm n In the seconc
ra e el f tl e s .rue teacher anc s me stur ents
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As we entered the third grade we were joined by Robert and Roy Leamon,
Geneva Lorene Hayes, Mar ilynn Rell and Verma Mae Hutchison. Our teacher
was Doris Zilnnierman, During the course of the year Robert and Roy Learnon,
Geneva Lor ene Hayes, Verma Mae Hutchison, and Virgil Lessen left our class.
Entering the fourth gr ade we were Joined by Betty Lou Reynolds, who left
us during the course of the year with Marilynn Bell. Our class now consisted of
junior Schroeder Warren Peters Virginia McNeil Lois jones and Margaret
As we entered the fifth grade we were Jomed by Doris Sutton Gur teacher
during this year was Doris .Lunmernian
When we entered the Grlrrunar P oom in the sixth grade, we had Mrs Deacon
as our teacher Dur xng the course of the yea we lost Lois jones and Doris Sutton
but we gained Robert Wheeler and Betty jones
Ffntering the seventh grade the member of our class were Margaret
Bartman, Betty Jones, Virvinia IvlcNe11 Warren Peters and junior Schroeder
We lost junior Schroeder during he cour e of the year
At the beginning of the eighth gr ide we were joined by jack Miller, Dolores
and Tleanor Utech We graduated with si, member with Mrs Deacon as our
ln the fall of 43 our class sfartcd 1s green freshies Namelv our rla s con
slsted of jack Ivliller Dolores 'xd V leanor Utech, 1 ren P eters 71.TUl1'11E fXlCN81l
and Ixlargaret Bartman e x ere join fi by Doris Cehrke rances Dougl
Wilbur Gaedtka john Iwers 'Jew X Ixlartir' Doi De n Donna Kromrninrv 'Nlorrna
ters ant .le mor I is Ort I r f 1
Doro 5 lligan IX no left s
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Been and Wayne Semplo, flnzrung time YOLITSO of the year jar 11, Miller, 'V'-'arren
Pe' , I If L f ef E1 lf-fl Ili 'mr ie-avi.:-,-'fe 'mem'--g iiup i 0, NYC-10, Na :fir-,
r11'ita 2 , .lairxlu . :jim xx ' , Jr gi fu. , a ..r lf rip, ..'. u.
F1rst we ll take X 1rcv1n1a XKCNEU.
hom all of us adore
She s lx ays been the br un of thmgs
.and ton honors galore
Then comes curly headed rayne,
11th h1S bashful look 1nd sm1le
HIS grades ire best of 311111 A
A farrrun IS h1s style
Newt on the 11st IS Normi een
A quxet gxrl 1S she
She never talks so very much
She s busy as a bee
Now along comes blonde han-ed Marvaret,
Jlth eyes of blue so b1g
She Wa1lS, and weeps for hwher grades
While some don t care a iw
Now let us turn to a sweet faced g1rl
Who works on v1th a w1ll
Dor1s Gerhke IS her name
1-lere comes the g1r1 who wrxtes the sports
Frances 15 her name
She gets good Grades and honors too,
Teach1ng 1S her alrn
Tall Gaedtka 15 a Jolly guy
Nho loves to torment LS
He s always got a funny cr ck
You ll never see hun fuss
Look closely now and you w1l1 see
Our blue eyed Donnajean
Sweet and blonde and always true
None n1cer ever een
Red headed Ruth 1S ne,-it 1n l1ne
ho cheers w1th zest ans, zeal
She s full of lxfe and on th b ll
To all she does appeal'
.fa broad strong lad IS our john Vwers
A ful 1t rnan 15 he
1 e ax ys loves to tear o r
Ano fu' lt up you see
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Front Row Frances Douglas Peggy Martm Dorxs Gehrke Margaret
Barhnan Ruth Gerxets Donna Krommmga Norma Been
Second Row Mr Van Huss Wayne Semple Vllbur Gaedtka john Fwers
SENIOR C LASS
President Vuginla McNeil
Vice Presuient Wllbur Gaedtka.
Sec Tres Frances Douglas
Sponsors -r Mr Van I-Iuss
Class Motto Seek and ye shall find
flviatizhew 7 7,
Class Flowers Sweet Peas
Class Colors Pink, Blue, and White
The year of 46 47 brought many cares and Joys to the Semors There
seem.ed to be no dull moments for the eleven would be graduates
The Seniors edited the school paper, the Hi Lite and also tins book the
The class carried on 1ts money making lfttlvltlts by selling Ch.r1s'I:mas
Ruth Gerlets, Margaret Bartman, Donna Kronurnilga, and Peggy Mar-tm
were members of the cast of the junior Play june Mud
Peggy Mm-tm and Donna Kromnunga were members of the Girl s Trio
john Ewers and Wllbu Gaedtka were rnembers of the basketball squad nd
both won major letters
Virgmia McNe1.1, for her outstandmg work, received the D A R Award
Frances Douglas and Vxrguua McNeil were elected to write the Pepsx Cola
Scholushlp Test, but due to xllness Virginia was unable to write lf
The Semors gave the play, Ever Smce Eve' , early in April The play, a
huge success, was under the du-ection of Miss Virginia Holland
Reporter ------------- Peggy Martin
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1 rom Row Mxss Baker jane McNe:.l Donna Schroeder jeamune
Kxrby Mr Sapp
Second Row Darrell Semple B1llR1chards Merle De-iss john Beck
B111 jones Maurice Elmore
Buck Row Dean Maaks, Marvin Parr Dxck Blaum Donald H wrnacke
Merle Armintrout Danny Berger Cordon Bc-wver
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jUNIOR C LASS
Donna jefmne Schroeder
Launched but not anchored
Red and Whxte
The jumor Class whxch has 16 students have lost only one student smce
the Freshnmen year Miss Baker and Mr Sapp are the home room advisors
Our class has taken part inmany actxvxnes this year We are proud to
say thnt we have 9 boys takmg an active part um basketball Maurice Elmore
Vice-President - --------- Bill jones
Drck Blaum Danny Berger, Gordon Beaver and Casey jones are the first five
Marvin Parr john Beck Merle Dexss and Donald Harnacke make up the first
All the junmr boys went out for baseball Those on the team that received
major letters are Merle Armlntrout, Danny Berger Dick Blaum, Maurxce
Elmore Casey jones, Merle Deiss Marvm Parr, Donald Harnacke and john Beck
Gordon Beaver received his minor letter
The date for the prom has been set for May 9 We have been selling mer
chandise at basketball games to secure funds
The three junior girls are ux the gxrls chorus Donnnj Schroeder is soprano
of the girl 5 trio john Beck and Donna Schrouder are mernbers of the Student Coulcil
yumon PLAY cAs1-
Front Row I eggy Max-tm jane McNe1.l Donna Schroeder
Margaret Bartman Ruth Gerlets Donna jean
Krommmga Mxss Holland Dxrector
Second Row Dax1.nyGerger Merle Dexss Bill Richards ohn
Beck Maurxce Ellrnore
Back Row Richard Blaum and Gordon Beaver
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Nho ever Sald the course of true love r1n srnoothly '7 Flfteen year old
Penny Wood Donna jeanne Schroeder has qu1te another story to tell when her
Uncle Ixlervyn Danny Berger who IS only f1VQ years older than herself, comes
home from college w1th handsonue heart throb Roger Van Vleck Uay Beck
town Penny makes a valnnt effort to chance from a tom boy mto Betty Grable
over mght There 1 also somethlnw about 1 strapless evenmg dress ard shoe
pol1sh blackmg wh1ch th1ckens the plot Nuff s 1d
What Chuck Har-r1s !B1ll R1chards who h1s l1ved next door to Penny for all
of h1S l1fe tn1nks of her gouuos on can be very n1cely surnrned up xn the word
Swacky' Chuck has h1s hands full trymg to keep h1S lawyer dad Maurlce
Elmore from destroymg h1S b1g glmer wh1ch he bu1lt and wants to fly h1rnself,
and try1ng to keep out of the way of all Root1 toot dimes tl'-at one has to be
Yes th1s qulte pleasantlv mai, modern household w1th Ixlrs Woods Margaret
Bartman is the unoerstand1ng mother who 15 1 real pal to n r daughter and Dr
Wood Gordon Beaver is the Lrnposed upon dad who xull toler ite anvthlnv except
Van Vleck s caterw aullng of love song 15 a t'anw1'y Joy 11l lone remember
The1r servant problem 13 rucely solved ln th oe on o V..ff1e the ma1d,
ane IxIcINe1l whose Sllp 15 11x iys QhOW1I'1g Llruez luttle, rrener 11 handy man
around the house Merle Dexss te ls k1SSeS from E1f1e x hen the adolescent
Crowd who are always around the hoase ren t steihng ler glngerbread'
The soph1 tlcated U11 1n the play sl1ps out of Nlervyn s arnms rlght 1nto NVZi1f
1no olf N in X leck s IS of cou se none other than Well nyhoo her ha1r 1s on
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Then, of course, there is the nexghborhood brat 13 year old pam In the
neck Mxlly Lou, who has an rmwful crush on Mervyn and Is always gumshoexng
hun Her naxne'7 Donna Krommmga She practxcally lxves at the Woods dom
Icxle and drags In unmvlted all the other brats, Shu-ley fPeggy Martxn and Ralph
Wentworth fDI.ck Blauxnj to have dmner wxth the Woods famxly
Front Row Sandra McNeil Norma Bartznan, Wxlmn Gehrke Norma
Second Row VN xllhm LaForge, Donald Monks Dale Blaurn john
Bracey, Wayne La.Foz-ge, Charles Podbelsek
Third Row Robert Gerxets Bill Danley, Robert Petxtt Mr Wal
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SOPHOMOR E CLASS
Class Motto There s always room at the top
Class Colors Navy and Wlute
Clas s Flower C arnatwn
A paper drlve and class party were held LD October The Sophomores won
a prize of S5 O0 m the paper drive
Front Row jumor Schmock Donald Cooper Dmk Beck Marvm
juhl Darrell Miller, Edward Mangold
Back Row Irma Utech Aan Tovnlln, Ruih Behx-ends Virginia
Ewers Marlene Kirby, Minn Borchzrs sponsor
Pr es :dent
Class Motto Alwavs forward
Class Colors Green and Black
Class I-lower Carnatxon
The class held a party on October 13,
1946 They also held e welner rout
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Second Row Bill jones Merle Xrmmtrout Dxck Beck john Bracey
Maurice Elmore Danny Berger
Third Row Merle Dexss Dick Blaum john Beck Don Harnacke
New Holland played their first baseball game of the season, September 10
Seven lettermen turned out at the start of the season with many others making
their bid for a posltmn
The season wasn t very successful as the team only won two and lost six
The team perked up m the last garne of the season to thoroughly tx-ounce
Hnrtsburg by a score of 19 8
Merle A1-mxntrout was the bxg gun on the New Holland squad and led in
bat-tmg wxth an average of 444
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Magor letters were awarded to the iollowmg Armxntrout, Podbelsek,
Berger, Blaurn, Deiss, Juhl j Beck, jones, Harnacke, Elmore fCapta.mj D
Beck, and Parr Gordon Beaver and Don Masks recewed minor letters Beaver
was lost m the first part oi the season due to mjuries Dale Blaum served as
manager The Nun vu coached by Mac Wald:-ip
FIRST TEAM smconn TEAM
B111 jones Danny Berger Dxck Blauxn Gordon Beaver
Maurlce Elmore Mr Waldrzp, coach
Dale Blau!-n, Manager Merle Dexss, Marvin Parr Wllbur
Gaedtka Donald Harnacke john Beck Max-vmjuh'
Charles Radbelsek Robert Petxtt Marvxnjuhl B111 Danley
Dxck Beck, Donald Iwiaaks
Dale Blaurn, Manager Edward Mangold, Darrell Miller
Wayne L.aFox-ge, Bob Gerxets B111 L.aFox-ge, jumor Sghmock
and Mac Waldrxp
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As soon as the baseball season ceased, Coach Waldrlp called basketball
practlce Four letter w1nners Elmore, jones Blaum and Gaedtka and a great
deal more enthusnstlc basketball contenders answered the call
An all un1or team made up the startmg f1V8 The teim was mcons lstent
One game they would be hot and the next cold Earlyjanuary found the Wlldcats
1n a th1rd place t1e However, the end of the season found the Wlldcats 1n seventh
The V1ldcats although h1t then' Stflde 1n the Logan County Tournament
and took the coveted trophy away from such favor1tes as Atlanta and Hartsburg
lt seemed as though thelr tournament takmg was to contmue m the D1StT1Ct
Tournarnent held at New Holland u1 February They trounced Mlddletown 111.
turned out to be the Wlldc t most thr1ll1ng game At the end of the garne the score
was t1ed Z6 Z6 Two overtlmes were played before Arrrungton scored the basket
that broke the New Holland fans hearts
Twelve major letters were awarded to the follow1ng l"ln1ore Blaurn
Honor 11-y Cuptaxn , jones Gaedtk Ewers DCISS, J Beck Beaver, juhl Harn
acke Parr and Berger
A small but peppery Freshrnan Sophomore tearn played some very good
ball th1s year The teanfm won ten out of thexr fxfteen games Wzth those results
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Danny Berger, Coach Mac Waldrip
Back Row Manager john Evers, Marvin Parr Marvin juhl, Wxlbur
Gael tka john Beck Merle Deiss Manager Dale Blaum
WLLDCATS WIN COUNTY TOURNEY
The New Holland Wxldcats, deternuned to win, fought then- way through to
could stop the team
New Holland took an early lead zntheu' fu-st tournaxneni galne against Middle
town The Comets were unable to he the score New Holland led at the hal! by e
score of 24 9 The team kept pouring xn the points and the game ended 47 Z5
The New Holland Wxldcats were not to be denied as they met the favored
Hartsburg Stags m the semi finals of the County Tournament The final score
was 33 30
win the Logan County Tournament. Neither Middletown, Ha.:-tsburg, or Beason.
FR ESHMAN INITIATION
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Front Roll Frances Douglas Peggy Martin., Doris Gehrkl
Margaret Baa-tma.n, Ruth Gerieta Donna jean
Kromminga and Norma Been
BackRo1l Miss Borchers sponsor Wayne Semple Wilbur
Gaedtka and john Ewers
Club Eidxtor s
Bus mess Manager
Ruth G erxets
Mxss Bor chers
The Hi Lxte IS the New Holland Conununity Hxgh School Pubhcatxon, pub
lished every second Friday by the Semor Class
Dorxs Gehrke jane McNe1l Marvm Parr and Wayne Semple accompanied
Mxss Borchers to the ISHSPA Conventxon at the Unxversxty oi Illmnxs September
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I- ront Rowg Norma Been, Norma juhl Mirlene Kirby, D01'lS Gehrke
Norma Bartman W1lrnaGehx-ke Donna Schroeder jane
McNe1l Sandra INf1CNEL1
Back Row Peggy Nlartxn V1.rcu.m.a Fwers, Margaret Birtnman Ruthle
Behrexxds Mxss Baker jeannlnehlrby Ruthferxets Ann
Tomlxn Donna Kromrnmga Irma Utech
Ruth C erleis
1 cggy Ixhrt
Thxs ye-'ar the If H P hxs partlcxpated in many EiC'C1V1tlCS ind h been
very successful In September we organlzed our club ind elected offxcers for
the year Duflhg October our club held A Bo: Socxal ind Square Dwnce On
October fxfth Ixhss Baker, our QponQ,or 1nd Dorm Gehrke 'xttcndm K the Sectxonal
1- H X meetxng 1n M1111k un Uruversxty at Dec xtur
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A Thanksgiving Luncheon was served on November 27th to the faculty and
all the Club mernbers InDecexnber we had a Chrxstxnas Serru Formal Dance
at the I-hgh School The club and the student body went carollng
A new year was brought in with a bang by holdmg an initiatxon party for
the Freshman gu-ls who became new members They are as follows Irma
Utech, Vu-gm1a Ewers, Marlene Kirby, AnnTorn.1m, and Ruth Behrends
In February the club held a Mothers Tea for all the mothers of the guls
Ln the club Our March actxvlty was a slurnber party at the hxgh school In Aprxl
we had a Mother and Daughter Banquet which was one of the largest events of
thxs year We fmxshed wlth a spring picnic inMay
Front Row Frances Douglu Peggy Max-tux, Ruth Gerxets Nxrgxma
Ewers Ruth Behrends Mxss Baker sponsor jeannme
Kirby Margaret Barirnan AnnTom11n Donna jean
Krornmmga Irma Utech
Second Row Norma Been Norma juhl Ma.:-1 e Ifxlrby Dons Cehrke
Norma Bartman, Wxlma Gehrke mna Jeanne Schroeder
lane McNeil Sandra McNeil
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President Dorxs Gehrke
Vxce Presxdent Norma Juhl
Sec Treas Ruth Gerlets
Reporter Wllxna Gehrke
Advxsor Mass Baker
Our C A A Club has had a very successful year In September, we held
an Lmtxatron party at whxch we uutxated the new members to our club
Durmg our November meetmg Vu'gi.n1a McNe1l Frances Douglas, Ruth
and Dons Gehrke recexved thexr 46 G A A Eknblems They were selected
on the basu: of the pomt system
Our club planned a G A A Play Day but xt was canceled
r ront Roll Norma Been, Norma juhl Marlene P xrby Dorxs Fehrke
Norma Bax-tman Wxlma Gehrke Donna je nm- Sc roeder
jane McNeil Sandra McNe1l
Back Ro Frances Douglas, Peggy Martm Rlthf ermts X xrvmn
Fwers Ruth Behrends, Nlxss Borchr-rs je nnmez xrbx
Mxrgaret Bartman Ann Tomlxn Donn jr-mn Fror mmg
and lrrna Utech
Geriets, Peggy Martin, Donna Kromminga, Margaret Bartrnan, Norma Been,
I ront Pow Ch n-he Podbelsek Dxck Beck Mmrvm juhl Merle
Dexss john Beck
Second Rove Danny Berger B111 jones Merle Armxntrout Nlaurlce
Back Ron Marun Ifarr Dxck Blaum Donald lhrnacke 'Vxlbur
C' dedtkx Cordon Beaver ind Mr 'V dldrxp ponsor
Pr es xdent
Thxs year the Varszty Club
up and accepted by the members
Maur 1C e Elrnor e
was reorganlzed A new constxtutxon was drawn
The purpose of the new club xs to promote mterest 1n good sportsmanshxp,
athletxcs and to and ln the admxnstratxon of the school
Only wmners of a m or letter are ellgxble for membership By a unammous
vote of me-mber lt was decxded that mmor letter wxnners be allowed to hsten to
The X arsxty Club has sponsored a serxes of movxes to ralse funds for a
new score board
A class Tourney was held after the basketball season
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If ront Row Darrell Mxller john Bracey B111 LAI otge and
Back Row Marvin Parr Merle Delss john Sapp Ixierle Arm
mtrout and Gordon Beav
Pr eszdent -Gordon Beaver
Vme Pr es 1dent Merle Armiltrcut
Reporter Marvin Parr
Sponsor Mr Sapp
Thxs year a Swine Club was organized by the boys of the New Holland F F' A
Chapter There are seven rnexnbers and Mr Sapp LS the advisor There xs no
diflllte date for meetmgs
The purpose of the club 15 to arouse interest in swme projects A contest
was held to see who could get the best gain on pigs for A certain length of thne A
prize w1l1 be awarded to the winner of the contest Tlns will not only tend to
courage the boys to take better care of their pigs but wxll also put the pigs in better
shape for the fans
The mernbers are john Bracey, john Evers, Gordon Beaver, Merle Deias,
Merle A1-muh-out, Darrell Miller, and Marvil Pl-rl'
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Front Row Donald Cooper Eddxe Mangold Darrell Mxller Marvm
juhl Rxchard Beck Paul Sch.:-nock
Second Row Robert Gerxets Charles Podbelsek Donald lvlaaks
john Bracey B111 Danley Lllxam Lalforge Wayne
LaForge Darrell Semple
Thxrd Row Mr Sapp Robert john Beck Danny Berger Merle
Delss B111 j0nes Maurlce Emore Wayne Semple
Fourth Row Dean Maaks Dale Balum B111 Rlchards john Fwers
Wllbur Caedtka Dlck Blalun Merle Armmtrout
Gordon Beaver Mnrvxn Parr
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President Wilbur Gaedtka
Vice President Merle Armintrout
Secretary Gordon Beaver
W atchdog Wayne S emple
Advisor Mr Sapp
The F F A is a national orgamzation made up of boys mterested m farm
mg The baszc auns oi thzs thrlvung organizatlon 15 to develop leadershxp and
responsnbihty and to create a desire to xmprove rural hfe
Our chapter has 33 members this year, and for the fu-st tune on record
a program of work has been set up to help us organmze our actxvltxes One of
our activities thxs season was the county wxde Rat Control Prograxn
Approxhnately 35 farmers in this cmnmumty Jomed us rn our effort to ellrnlnate
fha Brown Rat population
A 1 lf3 acre plot of hybrid corn north oi the ball diamond furnished the
chapter with a fairly large treasury mcrease
Wilbur Gaedtka represented the local chapter at the Lnternntxonal Livestock
Show this year with lus Angus steer M Deiss, D Harnacke, G Beaver, and M
Armintrout also attended the great show
In the poultry and grain Judgmg contest held at Petersburg, New Holland placed
second and mnth respectxvely Poultryjudges were M Deiss, B La.F'orge C
Podbelsek, W LaForge, W jones Gram Judges were D Miller j Ewers, D
Cooper J Bracey, and W Semple Twenty schools besxdes our own partxcnpated
U1 the contest
The annual Father and Son Banquet was held Ln Aprxl
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Octob er 4
Reg 1str at1on
Log an County 1nst1tute L.1ncoln
Labor Day Ho11day
4 H Meetmg
Baseball Beason Here
Baseball Atlanta There
Baseball Latharn Here
New I- olland Hornecorrung a half day vacat1on
Bas eb all Elkhart
B as eb all Mlddletown
B as eb all Mas on C 1ty
Baseball Mt Pulaskl
G A A ln1t1at10n
First Su Weeks Tests
4 H Meet1ng
Sophomore Class Party
D ec emb er
D ec emb er
Dec emb er
D ec emb er
D ec emb er
janu ar y
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F H A Box Soc1a1
Armlstlce Day Hol1day
Bas ketb all Waynesvmlle Her e
jumor Play june Mad
Second S1x Weeks Test
F H A Noon Luncheon
Thanks g 1v1ng Holld ay
4 H Meeting
Basketball Middletown Here
Kiwanis Club Dinner
Basketball Mas on City Here
Christrnas Holiday beg
Eirst Semester Tests
Basketball Waynesville There
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CALANDER OF EVENTS
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Movle Topper Returns
V H A In1t1at1on
Basketball ll'i.I'lSbLlI'g Here
Bisketball Ivllddletown Here
4 H Ixleetlng
Basketball Llkhart Here
Llncoln s Bu-thd xy fHo11day
Basketball McLean Here
Basketball Drmden There
Mother s Tea
B lsketball Lathaln 1 here
lVlOV1E? One Ramy Arternoon
Blsketball Mason Clty There
Basketball Greenvlew There
F ourth SIX Weeks Tests
D1str1ct Tournament New Holland
Semor Play Ever S1nce Eve
F1.fth S1.x Weeks Tests
Good Fr1day Holzd xy
4 H Meetlng
Semor Sk1p Day
umor Sen1or Prorn
4 H Meetmg
Last day of school
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