New London High School - Tiger Yearbook (New London, IA)

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Football 1, 2, 5, 4 Basketball 2, 5, 4 Track 1, 5, 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 5, 4 Informer Staff 2, 5, 4 Opere tta 5 Glee Club 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 1 Jr. Class Play 5 Dramatics 1, 5, 4 Student Council 1, 5, 4 LAURA JARVIS 'She can appreciate good Joke, even on herself ' ulee Club 1, 2, 4 Dramatics 5, 4 Operetta 2, 4 A 1 Mixed Chorus l 2 Annual Staff 4 STANLEY WEIGERT 'Handsome is as hand some does Gee, but he's accommodating Football 1 5 Basketball 2 5 Baseball 1, 2, 5 4 RUTH LESSENGER 'It would take a wiser head than mine t understand her Glee Club l, 2, 5, 4 Operetta 2, 5, Band 1 Mixed Chorus 2 Annual Staff 4 Informer Staff A 1 X Ap 45' J -5 14 ,,J!' -er, FS: 'fini 3' 54' 1 QW' Heh' Hu., 11" ? . M gi B Q- FWS DOROTHY PIPER UAn innocent face-- but you can never tell! Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Dramatics 5, 4 Informer Staff 4 Jr. Class Play 5 Operetta 2, 5, 4 Band 2 Homecoming Attendant 4 G. A. A. 1, 2 LEON DAVEY HI am not only witty in myself but the cause that wit is in others Football 1, 5, Basketball 2 5 Track 2, 5 Operetta 2, 5 4 Glee Club 1 2 Jr Class Play 5 Dramatics 5, 4 NONA STIGGE 'The world knows nothing of its greatest women ' G ee Club 1 2 5 Dramatlcs 5, 4 Operetta 2, 5, 4 1 FRED BREUER 'Nothing great was ever achieved without my knowledge ' Mt Union 1 Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus 2 Jr Class Play 5 Informer Staff 4 Student Council 4 Dramatics 4 Annual Staff 4 I1 ROBERT ADOLPHSON Oh rats There are not enough words in the English language Football 2, 5 4 Basketball l, 2 Baseball l 5 4 Track 5 4 VIRGINIA HANSON NAlwaye in a fluster and delights in keeping others in the same fix' Glee Club 1, 2 5 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 5 4 Operetta 2 5 4 Annual Staff 4 Dramatlcs 5, 4 Class Officer 4 A 1 HAROLD MILLER 'Give the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you U Football l 2 5 4 Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4 Baseball 2 5 4 Track 4 Student Council 2 5 Class Officer 5 Annual Staff 4 Glee Club 1 Jr Class Play Vaudville l Dramatics 5, 4 VIOLET DICKEY 'Chatter, chatter, all day long and then has more to say we wonder if she won't run down or lose her voice some da .' Glee Club 1, 2 Opere t ta 2 G. A. A. 1, 2 ix fxf ,L,.g-'f'2.1- ,,!' r via 9 . M 424 LVELYN WEIGERT NTo know her is to like her Glee Club l Mixed Chorus l Informer Staff 5 4 Annual Staff 4 Student Council 4 HARRY WALTER NA man is only a man, but a good cigarette is a smoke Glee Club 5, 4 Football 5, 4 Basketball 5 4 Operetta 5, 4 Mixed Chorus 4 VELMA PARSONS NShe's out for a prize a trip to the moon W Band 1 2, 5 4 Informer Staff 4 Student Council 2, 5 Class Officer l Homecoming Attendant Homecoming Queen 4 Cheerleader 4 Dramatics 5, 4 A RENNETH BOYD WSt11l waters run deep Football l Baseball Dramatics 4 Vaudville l F. F. A. 1 fl 556+-wr! ff JOHN COOPER UH1s mind sometimes wonders what he thinks he will say U Glee Club 5, 4 Mixed Chorus 5 Operetta 5, 4 Dramatics 5 4 Jr Class Play GRACE WALKER WNoth1ng delights her more than a spin Sperry H S l 2 DON WILSON 'Love and a cough cannot be hid W Football 1, 2, 5 4 Track 2, 5 Glee Club 1 2 5 4 Mixed Chorus l, 2 Operetta 2, 5, Annual Staff 4 Jr Class Play 5 Dramatios 5, 4 Student Council 4 MERL WILLIAMS 'Little boys should b seen and not hear ' Winfield Football 5, Track 2 5 Qperetta 5, Glee Club 2 5 4 Mixed Chorus 2 5 Nxberd ,,,f' 'Qi' NOP, """9K 'E Q55 VNYJZ 4 V ' I ROBERT KREIDLER WL1fe is too short to waste ln study Bas ae tball 2 5 ROBERT JONES HLong on fussing short on Worx Dramatics 5, 4 Football 5, 4 ROBERT CORRICK NI'm getting to be a big boy now ' Football l, 2 5 4 Basxetball 1, 2 5 4 Baseball l, 2, 5, 4 Track 1 5, 4 Dramatics 5, 4 Jr Class Play 5 Student Council 1, 2, 5 Class Officer 2 Operetta 2, 5, 4 Glee Club 1 2 5 4 Mixed Chorus 1 2 5, 4 DOROTHY KOBS 'A deep thinker but she does not always say what she thinks ' Burlington H S l A A WESLEY HUNZINGER 'Blest with a temper whose unclouded ray can make tomorrow, cheerful as today.n Glee Club 1, 2, 4 Mixed Chorus l, 2 Dramatics 5, 4 Jr. Class Play 5 Track 1 Opsretta 2, 5, 4 Annual Staff 4 Vaudvllle 1 F. F. A. l WILLIAM ECKEY nHe knows how to sing a song It's certain that he'll get along N Glee Club l, 2, 5, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 5 4 Football 2 5 4 Basketball 2, 5 Baseball 2 5 4 Operetta 2 5 4 Dramatlos 5, 4 Jr Class Play 5 So o 2 5 4 Class Officer l, 2 5 Annual Staff 4 WILMA ORR 'Not so meek as she looks Glee Club l, 2, 4 Mixed Chorus 2 Dramatlcs 4 Operetta 2 4 1 JAMES JARVIS 'Let no man accost me, unless he hath a mighty good reason Football 2, 5 4 Basketball l, 2 5 4 Baseball 1 2 5 4 Annual Staff 4 Dramatlcs 5, 4 -55 24- Y W PEGGY GARRETT nOh! It's great to be dying with love.W Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 5, 4 Dramatics 5, 4 Jr. Class Play 5 Operetta 2, 5, 4 Class Officer 5 Annual Staff 4 Informer Staff 5, 4 Sextette 5 ROBERT MARSHALL 'Blessed with a pleasant smile and a cheery manner Football 1, 2, 5 Basketball 2 4 Track 1 Class Officer 2 5 4 Annual Staff 4 Informer Staff 4 Operetta2 5 4 Glee Club l, 2 5, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 5, Jr Class Play 5 Dramatics 5, 4 LEE PUTNEY aAren't I the spick and span little k1d?' Glee Club 5, 4 Operetta 5 4 CARL HARPER 'Like all men of genius he likes to take refuge in poetry ' Glee Club l 2 5, 4 Mixed Chorus l, 2 5 Dramatics 5 Jr Class Play 5 Operetta 2, 5, 4 Football l 2 5 4 Basketball 1 2 4 Track 1 2 Baseball 5 ll ik F, 1 4 , ' D I I I ' 1 4 ' 9 I , , I I , - 4 1 1 I . 1 1 4 F. F. A. 1 I , C p F. F. A. 1' G. A. A. , 2 Du ! I Yarmouth H. S. Q of 1 gp FA ' 1 -QQ, 5 ' ' ' K M 'LW fi, F 1 A k s 1 ' F. F. A. 1 11 beef.. ',s!' TIGER STAFF Left to right Jim Jarvis, Typist, Wesley Hunzinger, Snapshots, Peggy Garrett, Art Editor Evelyn Weigert, Typist, Bill Eckey, Sports Editor Bob Marshall, Co Editor, Don Wilson, Business Manager, Fred Breuer, Co Editor Laura Jarvis, Typist Ruth Lessenger, Classes, Virginia Hanson, Activities Editor SENIOR CLASS ORGANIZATION Flower Colors Red Carnations Blue and White OFFICERS President Tom Byers Vice Pres. B111 Eckey Secretary Virginia Hanson Treasurer Bob Marshall Class Motto nWe build the ladder by which we climb' Sponsor Mr. Wise Six 'Jig 4,-f W W WIIIIII 'xxx .... i s g i ,-n n -a iu-ensue-:sie-1 s Vlvv ' 12 CLASS PROPHECY The Class of '49 has something to look forward to after reading, the front pages of the newspapers, about the 'Atomic-Powered' Senior Class of 1948 The items read as follows MT PLEASANT NEWS VIRGINIA HANSON, who has finished nurses training in Chicago, has accepted a position at the State Hospital, where we find LEON 'PICKET' DAVEY residing as a patient since the production 'Arsenic and Old Lace' FRED BREUER and his Qulzie Quiz Kids can be heard over the local station OGPU each Sunday from 5 a m to 5 p m HOLLYWOOD NEWS JOHN 'BOBO' COOPER and the fascinating URSULA VANCE have crashed the gates of Hollywood to replace Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman Their latest picture is 'Name It and You Can Have It' When Fibber McGee opened the closet door, the newest sen satlon of the year was staring him in the face It was none other than KENNETH BOYD, LEE PUTNEY and STANLEY WEIGERT, posing as the Three Stooges LOWELL NEWS RUTH LESSENGER is happy to announce the arrival of those 'new look' dresses at her 5th Avenue Dress Shop in Lowell The menu of the great chef, CARL DEAN HARPER, at DOROTHY KOBS!Slfamous tea room here, has attracted many new customers HAROLD 'TOOTIE' MILLER has started a chain of Standard O11 Service Stations, which have put Rockefeller out of business His newest station is located at the corner of Hollywood and Vine, Lowell, Iowa NEW YORK NEWS Starring at Dova's Dungeon are BOB KREIDLER and WILMA ORR, who reached fame in the heart warming production of 'Lover Come Back' Also appearing are those famous songsters 'The Two Puffs g3gE3ne Blow' better known as LAURA JARVIS, GRACE WALKER, and BILL JIMTOWN NEWS BOB ADOLPHSON, famous lecturer, now leads 'The CORRICK has worked himself up to Head Coach of the Jlmtown Jumper Bagggtball squad Coaching the g1rl's team is the famous VIOLET ACROSS COUNTRY NEWS We received word from certain Texans, re porting that DON WILSON, who donned his ten gallon hat and fancy boots has made good on his cattle ranch and ls living a life of ease We hear that TOM BYERS has met fame by painting on signboards his feelings toward 'The Lost Week End' NONA STIGGE, who married a schoolday boyfriend from Yarmouth, got the urge to travel They were last seen running a pony show with the Barnum a Bailey Circus NEW LONDON NEWS BOB MARSHALL's wishes have been fulfilled found success, after marrying Jean Edwards, and now ls the manager of the Ford Motor Co and also leader of the Air Scout group here in New London Yesterday MERL WILLIAMS sold enough furs to pay the mortga e on his mink farm with enough left over to retire The 'Old Timer HARRY WALTER is manager of the New London Club House Cbetter known as pool halls and is considered the best story teller in these parts BOB JONES has come to the rescue of the meat shortage with his turk sys Since his invention of the turkey picker, he has been able to take life much easier Velma Parsons married Linder Davey and in her spare time is pulling the plow EVELYN WEIGERT has taken over the Journal Office and has added a page of funnles JIM JARVIS and DORO THY PIPER CMr 5 Mrs Fare in partnership in the real estate business Another partnership formed is PEGGY GARRETT and WESLEY HUNZINGER in the well drilling business Ae a side line, they are selling night crawlers 15 on n - W. ' I Old-Fashioned Revlval Hour' here from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. each day. BOB I : . He . -5, VIOLET -Ei ff- LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Seniors of the New London High School, of the year 1948 being sound and declare nulling any in mind, and healthy in body, do hereby make, publish this our Last will and Testament hereby revoking and an and all will or wills by us made heretofore DICKEY wills her talking ability to MARY CATHERINE CALLO WAY who already has a good start ROBERT JONES and HARRY WALTER will their ability to get along with the teachers to MARY ANN HANSON ROBERT KRIEDLER wills his heighth to KATHLEEN PITZER, since they are so nearly the same heighth BOB ADOLPHSON wills his athletic powers to WILLIAM WILLIS, providing he goes out for sports next year BOB CORRICK wills his laugh to GWENIVERE HANKS, with high hopes' GRACE WALKER and WILMA ORR will their long walks home to DORIS BAG- LES DON WILSON wills his manly physique to ROBERT ELLIS, who should have a similiar one, after using the Charles Atlas Course 'TOOTIE' MILLER wills his bow legs to LAFON LUETKEHANS, providing she wears her band skirt as much as possible WESLEY and PEGGY will their abil- ity to get along together to TERRY KILBOURN and JANET EDWARDS Good luck, kids' BOB MARSHALL wills his joke telling to JEAN EDWARDS, who he is sure will carry on the tradition DOROTHY PIPER wills her passion for driving without a license to ELENORE DAVEY Be careful, Elenore' EVELYN WEIGERT and LAURA JARVIS will their friendship to ESTHER AND ERSON and LAFON LUETKEHANS URSULA VANCE wills her 'pep' to SADIE NONA STIGGE wills her desire for school to end to MARVIN THOM We wonder what Nona has in mind Ahem' BALL TON BYERS wills his sign painting to DONALD WARTH FRED BREUER KENNETH BOYD will their careful driving to GAIL MAYBERRY Gail doesn't take this too seriously VELMA PARSONS wills her and hope to JACK FAIRLIE BILL ECKEY wills his whistle bait legs to BONNIE TAEGER VIRGINIA HANSON wills her studiousness to MARVIN THOMAS" MERL WILLIAMS and STANLEY WEIG RT will their love for speech class to DICK POLLOCK RUTH LESSENGER wills her being true to JANET EDWARDS JOHN COOPER wills his oar to CECIL WHITTLESEY, who could use it in place Of his bicycle DQBQ1HX.KQBS wills her rides on the Lowell bus to DELORES KEPHART JIM JARVIS wills his frequent trips to Danville to BILL CORNWELL It seems Jim likes the New London girls better LEON DAVEY wills his wavy tresses to DANIEL BROWN LEE PUTNEY wills his troubles with his Ford to TERRY KILBOURN CARL DEAN HARPER wills his Job at the creamery to ROBERT ELLIS In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands to this, our Last Will and Testament, at New London, Iowa pwtlafflfa W M W W 14 , . As. ' . . ' A ' . we cheer-leading to PATSY WHITE, and her thrilling memories of N.L.H.S. :ELS Q, x . ff- 2 FRZSIUTXCYX TKITUON 5 SOPNWOTUOYKS M QW? Kilbourn 5 B311 DHVGY G Mayberry Hanks J Fairlie M Thomas J Edwards B Cornwell Edwards M Hanson D Brown Bagles B Ellis X W Willis L Luetkehans Whittlesey K Pitzer 16 1 IIIEQII xx' fx., L,.hL' T. . 0 lf! F E. ' . q. . X 3,7 X s A Q NY: . XS, r K. . . J' K A , x QX, . x D N 53 0 . Do 0 3' B X .7 , x QT, X, ,I .QF X :xxx ' 9 Co g A5 ggbpgiggki Gpdadnqnj E Anderson M Calloway D Kephart B Taeger QTMJFSSAH-E wb, in Y aw ff' sa 5 ggQ 963 1 HQ D Wirth P White D Pollock OFFICERS President Gail Mayberry Vice Pres Jean Edwards Secretary Mary Ann Hanson Treasurer Student Council Sadie Ball Janet Edwards SPONSOR SPONSOR Mr. Pritchard Mrs. Harms The biggest thrill of the year for a Junior 1s planning and preparing the Junior Senior banquet. Money for this occasion was raised by the efforts of the class. Last fall they sold at the football concessions and cleared approximately one hundred and seventy five dollars. Then early in the spring they presented the Junior Class Play, 'The Saturday Evening Ghost,' and made about one hundred dollars. Although the banquet has not taken place at the time of the publication of this book, we Seniors know it will be a big success. A final event that brings a Junior to the realization that the year is about over is the receiving of the class ring. The Juniors then follow in the footsteps of the Seniors and work toward the day of graduation. Good luck! 17 'fJ'1 "hf9J c?Wf .Ai, iiii? f5?ivfHE. EF? -i I J fgfjf V J :ffl , fag - , - Af' s '2'4:f,s ef 1 Lrsf fwdiia iiv"s,3 .?v?qE fr? pk 'SEf? i ' . " its 1 3. , '-1-is K A ,M Q , I ff 1-J, ,if Q ', s assi. 'zz fa asa? E3 . eenrff- ' I .F if . '-'ss J ' A - V' I 3 ,sj? Qrgf H 'fQ'1 'm'5,gi 3 k.'l' Q' v 'F' 1 Y -V. , . . 4- fur U 0 0 0 Wffw 'NV?VQ?? 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Clifford Brown S ecretary Dick Gholson Treasurer Student Council George Elliott Ellen Jones SPONSOR SPCNSOR hrs. Williams Mr Johnson 19 3 , fet me if o f P32 ' 'P Q eele fyf ff Q, 9, f f P. ' - - ' ' . ij- .-img LLM 5 " ' xlflfz . . . 6 ,L R- I K A u lk gr .V... K, A' ., ll. , QQ . ks' ' K, ki I K , W' . 2 , I Q ,gm I 1, . -I ff , , , K ' h 1 , , ." 51L ,' , yefef I - I A I , , of , . 4 H, A , . 0 . 1 -, P. - fe w' ,P , Af. . .V ' 5. Q' Q Q , we 5 . . ' , by fy 4 4' I 0 0 DI E' PM P Jw, or ' J f L' ' ffm fix! 7' I . Q W ff' ' f f , ff fr jf! ' "'-K fir ' it . ?Qi?WEi?Q J Calhoun F Mahler Pangborn B Reed Mineart J L Prlhm Newland B Wright M Swan 20 W Smith Netley Haroar MbPheron Thomas R McKee Dunlavy E Khuhlne R Ritchey f N 5' YL was L R, WW La! ll , A M 1 v A K . V E I' P - ' W. x Q Q Q 'A ' X' I rf. Y . K. - B. B. A . X F g 1 X8 IU " f K , ,Q QM V' . I. D. V. .V gf 4 X -, . , , K4 Hg J, Y, 1' X - plz , 'I' rlxlfl x mf In ' Q B. . D, Av 1 Vtwy -'FJ Qi fX jp' W ' 1 ff x A x 0 Q u l 46W?m R ee M Berry W Beattie G Ball W McGuire B Simmons Evans Brown H Dutton W Hester C Mumme D Brown OFFICERS President Bob Harper Vice Pres. Dick Dunlavy Secretary Leona Prehm Treasurer Kathryn Pangborn Student Council James Ereuer SPONSOR SPONSOR Mrs. Tompkins Mr. Barton 21 essex O ' ' ,arf - - 'S A , ifT4Q sn, V r Q Q, , .ksifr U . L ' . . . Q: it-my h EN.v, l, 9 fr 'l . ' . R. R. I U A , 5' X X X .1 AD S so fn 5 U O O twins,-few W-fi 'nw when Q 4 ee-'L Nc !Qe +35 4? Aw """"'K,'6uu,"'b,,L t -M' WE? rain? Z' ir", fr' ,vm 3' M ,gg 5 '35 H Mrs . Paine, Teacher Front row: left to right, Ardith Putney, Edith Adolphson, Andy Rogers Dixie Mathers, Robert Rice. Second row: left to rlghtg Paul Slelger, Patty Matheny, Robert Pennebaker, Leota Grinstead, Joe Conaway, Shirley Pollock. Third row: left to rightg Jolene Bollen, Paul Wehage, Jacque Sue Harper, Rose Dickey, James Hanson, Shirley Brantmeyer. 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A MMp'f,' .gf if wi, .. f" - is -Q., . 5 5- X JUNIOR HIGH REVIEW The Junior High is a very important division of the school course for in these two years the students become familiar with high school urulesn and activities They have many of their own but Join the high school for band Each class is a well organized unit with officers Together they hold assembly programs once a month The seventh grade holds class meetings every two weeks Officers are elected every semester to give more class members the experience of holding an office Those elected this year are First Semester President Francis Young Vice President Monica Simmons Secretary Elizabeth Jones Treasurer Ronald Orndorff The eighth grade has meetings once each They also elect officers twice a year First Semester R EE Harshall Jimmy Hanson Robert Pennebaker Andy Rogers President Vice President Secretary Treasurer The Junior High had Joint assembly were supervised by Mrs Kermeen and Mrs dents October Halloween November December March April May Variety Program Graduation Second Semester Richard Craig Carol McGohan Roberta Hlllard James Warth a month and a program Second Semester E tE AdoIpEs Donald Garrels Jacque Harper Larry Reid after programs once a month which Paine and planned by the stu Thanksgiving Service Reverend Eastwood Christmas Chapel Service Reverend Sutton Easter Service Reverend Ellis Both grades are proud of their large membership in the band The seventh grade has nine out of twenty one, while the eighth has elgh teen out of twenty five This is a larger membership than any one class in high school can boast The Junior High sports include both football and basketball The 'Little Tigers' played other towns in both fields and even partlcl pated in the County Tournament at Mt Pleasant in basketball Barton was the coach Even though they met defeat in both several times they needed experience and practice makes perfect giyo -? gi' 24 u di on 30 - 20 - - 18 - - February 19 - Washington and Lincoln 18 - - 22 - 20 - . . 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X f ' "" X 'L f 5-A , 571 X- -55 121 Twlrlers, left to right Monica Simmons, Elizabeth Jones, Shirley Pollock, Yvonne Miller, Majorette, LaFon Luetkehans, Carol McGohan, Janet Stewart, waunlta Smith Front row, left to right Leatrlce Patterson, Dixie Lee Mathers, Sherry Piper, Ruth Ann Earnest, Patty Matheny, Andy Rogers, Donald Garrels, Sandra Hanks, Miriam Anderson, Benny Flam, Richard Craig Kenneth Parkison, Tommy Ritchey, Robert Pennebaker, Marilyn wright, Mary Ann Adolphson, Yvonne Smith Second row, Jacque Sue Harper, Paul Wehage, Jolene Bohlen, Norma Prehm, Ardith Putney, Ronny Ritchey, Shirley Brandmeyer, Elenore Davey Leona Prehm, Hayward Rogers, Gwenlvere Hanks, Judy Wise, Mary Lomax Foggy, Ruth Ann Kanneglesser, Jim Warth Third row, Bob Wright, Dorothy McKeag, Velma Parsons, Janet Edwards, Marilyn Corrlck, Suzanne Weasel, Jean Edwards, Ruth marshall, Ronnie Lee, Scott Elliott, Larry Reid, Leon McNeil, Vivian Gapen, Edith Adolphson, Director, Mr Pritchard Fourth row, Kathryn Pangborn, John Ellis, Rose Dickey, Camille Beattie Verlee Boyd, Don Warth, Betty Prehm, G A Elliott, Ruby McKee, Wendell Beattie, Larry Pennebaker, Ronnie Orndorff d in uniforms of black and gold Last year various members wore ordinary street clothes, but new uniforms costing over a thousand dollars were purchased for the band The band helped pay for them by having a tag day ln the fall and later sponsoring a carnival in the high school gymn on March 15 Mr Pritchard, the new band director, spent the fall improving the marching technique of the band and taught them many new formations to perform which were greatly enjoyed by all the spectators During the year the band appeared at the football games, including the Homecoming and basketball games Members from the band were picked as a pep band that furnished the music at pep meetings At several occasions Yvonne Miller, a first grader who had been taking baton lessons, appeared with the band Also the band held a Joint concert with Medlapolls The system of challenges was retained from the previous year and Fagdcarried out during a band rehearsal They are on Wednesday and r ay :ive Pxrxlg 26 I Q Q 'U The Band this year included forty-three members completely dress- e . . iii ,Z X OPERETTA CAST PRINCIPLES Seated, left to right Bob Marshall, Gwenivere Hanks, Bob Corrick, Suzanne Wessel, Hayward Rogers, Janet Edwards, B111 Eckey Standing Waunita Smith Ronnie Lee, Elenore Davey, Dick Dunlavy, Betty Drehm, George Ellio t, Ruby McKee, Gene Ball, Jean Edwards, Bob Wright, Berdita Mbsbey The annual operetta was presented November 13 in the high school au itorium at 8 OO in the evening The production, 'Words and Musicn was directed by J W Pritchard and accompanied by Suzanne Wessel at the piano The cast included both Glee Clubs and Fernando Fussbutton, President of Barton College Hayward Rogers Anastasius Longword, Dean of Men Bob Marshall Samanthia Highnote, Dean of Women Gwenivere Hanks John Warren, Secretary to Dean Longword Bill Eckey Mary Allen, Secretary to Dean Highnote Janet Edwards Jerry, Cheerleader . . . . . . . . . . . . G. A. Elliott Washington, Colored Janitor . . . . . . . . . . Bob Corrick Special Groups . Jean Edwards Berdita Mbsbey, Elenore Davey, Betty Prehm, Waunita Smith, Ruby McKee, Ronald Lee, Bob Wright, Gene Ball, Howard Dutton, Dick Dunlavy. The story took place in Barton College just after the professors engaged in writing and producing of the Barton operetta had taken the measles. The responsibility was then given to the incapable professor Dean Highnote and Dean Longword, and though they failed Barton College produced their best operetta. The sale of tickets was accomplished by a contest, giving the students in the operetta a dollar for selling the most tickets. The contest was sponsored by M . Pritchard. ii "EA 3 li' T 27 - ""A ?T4 T Q 5 2 Lew 5 -,,'D ,a ,iw M ' . Q' wif! ' H T g Y QE Mos 2 3 I l . . , - ' E . , s 1 1 , x d : ' , - ' I Q . : O I O O O C l C O I O I O O I ' I O O MIXED CHORUS Front row, left to right waunita Smith, Berdita Mosbey, Mary Catherine Calloway, Jean Edwards, Ronnie Lee, Robert Wright, Hayward Rogers, Ruby McKee, Donna Dodds, Elenore Davey, Janice Conaway Second row Janet Edwards, Virginia Hanson, Sadie Ball, Bonnie Taeger Robert Elaine, Gene Ball, Ronnie Ritchey, Bob Evans, Suzanne Wessel, Betty Prehm, Laura Jarvis, Peggy Garrett, Gwenivere Hanks Third row Director, Mr Pritchard, Dick Dunlavy, George Elliott, Harry Walter, Bill Eckey, Bob Marshall, Don Wilson, Bob Corrick, Clarence Mumme, John Calhoun BOYS GLEE CLUB First row, left to right George Elliott, Dick Dunlavy, Ronnie Lee, Bob Wright, Hayward Rogers, John Calhoun Second row, left to right Harry walter, Carl Dean Harper, Putney, Robert Elkln, Gene Ball, Ronnie Ritchey, Bob Evans, Corrick, Bob Ellis, Clarence Mumme Third row, left to right Director, Mr Pritchard, Bob Newland Hunzinger, B111 Eckey, Don Warth, John Cooper, Bob Marshall, wilson, William Willis 28 Lee Bob Wes Don ' . . . , . 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Q U i ' 1 0 Q U GIRLS GLEE CLUB First row, left to right Janice Conaway, Janet Edwards, Laura Jarvis, Donna Dodds, Berdita Mosbey, Leatrice Patterson, Wanda Harris gamille Beattie, Kathleen Pitzer, Janet Preuss, Leona Prehm, Margaret wan Second row, left to right Director, Mr Pritchard, Peggy Garrett, Betty Prehm, Peggy Putney, Ruth Lessenger, Nona Stigge, Dorothy Piper, Mary Ann Hanson, Ione Mineart, Verla Thomas, Virginia Hanson, Beverly Netley Third row, left to right Elenore Davey, Gwenivere Hanks, Jean Edwards, Wilma Orr, Suzanne Wessell, Bonnie Taeger, Sadie Ball, Joan Crabill, Waunita Smith, Mary Catherine Calloway, Ruby McKee, La Fon Luetkehans DRAMATIC CLUB Front row, left to right Gail Mayberry, Terry Kilbourn, Elenore Davey, Janet Preuss, Gwenivere Hanks, Jean Edwards, Janet Edwards, Marilyn Gorrick, Donna Dodds, Berdita Mosbey, Dorothy Piper, Peggy Garrett, Virginia Hanson, Bernita Welgert, Kathleen Pitzer, Don Wllan Director, Mrs Williams Second row, George Elliott, Suzanne dessel, Mary Catherine Calloway, Sadie Ball, Mary Ann Hanson, Laura Jarvis, Nona Stigge, Velma Parsons, Joan Crablll, Wilma Orr, Esther Anderson, La Fon Luetkehans, Fred Breuer, Hayward Rogers Third row Andy Breuer, John Cooper, Kenneth Boyd, Don Warth, Bill Eckey, Jim Jarvis, Wesley Hunzinger, Tom Byers, Bob Carrick, Bob Marshall, Leon Davey, Dick Gholson I T 4 N i 4 5. 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O 551 2?- JUNIOR PLAY CAST Standing left to right Director Mrs Williams Marvin Thomas William Willis, Dick Pollock Seated left to right Kathleen Pitzer, Elenore Gwenivere Hanks JUNIOR CLASS PLAY 'The Saturday Evening Ghost' adapted from CAST Lord Canterville, a young Englishman Sir Simon, his 17th century ancestor Lucretia Otis, his wife Virginia Otis, their daughter Sonny Boy Pet Terry Kilbourn Davey, Sadie Ball, a story by Wilde Terry Kilbourn Guenivere Hanks Elenore Davey Marvin Thomas Kathleen Pitzer Mrs Umney, housekeeper Lord Archibald Archibald Sadie Ball William Willis CREW Prompter Mary Ann Hanson Lighting Gail Mayberry, Dan Brown, Bill Cornwell Sound Effects Janet Edwards, Esther Anderson Properties Don Warth, Jean Edwards, Mary Calloway, LaFon Luetkehans +N-1 M W 50 I : p a 3 I Mr. Hiram Otis, an American Soap Manufacturer Dick Pollock :ZA .::::5T f4"' 'll X INFORMER STAFF Seated, left to right Bernita Welgert, Reporter, Velma Parsons, Typist, Sadie Ball, Reporter Mary Ann Hanson, Grade News, Evelyn Weigert, Feature Writer, Dorothy Piper, Typist Elenore Davey, Ass t Sports, Bob Marshall, Sports Tom Byers, Editor Janet Edwards, Ass t Editor, Suzanne weasel, Ass't Activities Fred Breuer, Activities, Doris Bagles, Typist, Peggy Garrett, Humor, Ruth Lessenger, Typist l. STUDENT COUNCIL Standing: left to right, Gail Mayberry, Tom Byers, Fred Breuer, Don Wilson, Dick McPheron, Bob Harper, George Elliott. Seated, left to right: Evelyn leigertg Ellen Jones, Bernlta Weigert, Janet Edwards, Sadie Ball. "'JfD- "EEA .f1Z-ff' li'W ::,--. 4-Mwn . T 'Q 4 Q g ...W,,........... K E ,V , .4 ' T 4 Q r S K lf' yfpl' plff V355 I T ., Q if N X ' S 5 . 1 I 1 , f .1 ' . , . Q - . ' Q T n , . I , 1 , . I , I 0 9 . a , 0 0 V . In K 'Q K 7 A , , ' A " 4 1 D: g L , -A 51 -E 4 DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club was very active this year under the direction of Mrs Williams Membership in the club was extended to the new stu- dents ln high school The club was divided early in the year to study coral reading, then on the morning of December 16 it presented 'D1cken's Christmas Caroln to the grade school and high school ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS A variety of assembly programs held in the auditorium were en- joyed by the students Chapel was held once a month with Rev Ellie, Rev Sutton, and Dr Eastwood delivering the sermons and students par- ticipating also Other programs included trick ping-pong artists, an ex-convict speaker, the Miesner Players, and the Parkinson Ensemble HOMEMAKING TEAS The Homemaking classes of N L H S gave two teas during the year The first was a Valentine Tea, given in February on Friday the 13th It consisted of a program presented by the Senior girls The menu was chosen by the Freshmen and prepared by the Sophomores Each girl was allowed one guest The second tea was held later in the spring with the teas centered around a style show RECREATION ROOM The Recreation Room was a new addition to the school this year Room 6 was picked for its location Games and ping pong were set p and new records weze bought for those wished to dance Candy was sold by members of the Senior Clase every noon Here the students spent STUDENT COUNCIL The main event sponsored by the Student Council during the year was the Homecoming This event high lighted a victorious football season and consisted, in part, of electing a Homecoming Queen From each class in high school four girls were picked as representatives and from these the male population of New London High School picked a Queen Velma Parsons was elected Queen for the occasion and Dorothy Piper and Janet Edwards were her attendants She was crowned at the half by the 1947 Queen, Freda Ball After the game a dance was held in the gymn and admission f fifty cents per person was charged Tiny Biggs and his orchestra furnished the music The night before the big game a large pep rally, organized by the cheerleaders, was staged and a bonfire built This was prophecy of a Niw London victory over Bloomfield which came to pass the next eve n ng JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The Junior Class Play was presented February 12 in the high school auditorium and was directed by Mrs Williams The production, 'The Saturday Evening Ghostu took place in England Hiram Otis, a wealthy American soap magnate, rented a haunted castle The ghost Sir Simon de Cantervills that haunted the castle was quite a ladies man and soon fell in love with Virginia, the daughter of Hiram Matters were further complicated for him by the Otis twins and their antics Those who attended this production spent an enjoyable evening gi' ivi 52 . - u many enjoyable noon hours. o 0 0 I his X FXXXN X x X X X xx XX Q55 A L xx 52 ..Q..fQ-f 30 , X XX R ,XX X X X X X . 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