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WhaT is more To be desired in This world Than a True
friend? MR. CROUCH, our principal, has been iusT ThaT To
each and every one of us-a True Triend. In appreciaTion
of This priceless warmTh of human aTfecTion besTovved
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The Senior Class, being sounder of body than of mind
Desire that the following be left behind.
F.F.A. President, Clyde Bayne leaves a curl or two
To Marvin Rawhouser, that's generosity for you!
And Velma Blakely leaves her dairy-sight unseen-
To any fan of True Confessions Magazine.
Gerald and Geraldine Bock, the twins,
Leave with identical and grateful grins.
Wade Brorby leaves a dripless icicle, his latest invention
That Mr. Macy should patent it is Wade's intention.
Boake Clairmont sighs, says, "Ain't love grand!"
And leaves with Betty Lou Morris by the hand.
Roy Downs, known as "Tex," leaves his Southern drawl
For Clyde Rich, to try out on "yo-all."
Ann Eckley leaves her drawings and cartoon contraptions
To Gerald Baird, who'll provide the captions.
Joan Elliott leaves her generosity sweet
For Miss Kinder's use when writing our grade sheet.
Fred Ertman leaves his roving eye
To Gerald Kundy, to cure him of being girl-shy.
Viola Fegret leaves for her current hobby!
Meeting Joe Mullens in the theater lobby!
Anna Frederiksen leaves her dangling earrings
To Alyce Eatherton, who needs more of the things.
For Katherine Gibb's desk, there's a change in store
She leaves it to Shirley Franklin, whose feet can touch the floor
And our scholar, Fred Giffin, who's not a fuddy-duddy
Leaves his brains to Johns Hopkins for even further study,
Peggy Hereford leaves her golden blonde hair
To Jean Sewell, if she'll promise to keep its color fair.
Nadine Jones leaves her prize possession: the form divine
To Tom Spencer. Q"twould improve his line.j
Allan Joslyn leaves his automobile
ln the barrow pit. Missing: One wheel!
Skip Lawson leaves an ice cube to cool the flame
Of Joanne Farella's temper during a losing game.
Byrd Lynch leaves his sideburns and fancy boots
To any aspirant of the rodeo chutes.
Larry Joe Martin, our singing pride and ioy
Leaves his voice for any monotone to employ.
Roy May leaves third period study hall
To Miss Thompson, who iust can't stand a brawl.
And what Doug McCoy leaves makes his parting hard:
He leaves to Mr. Ratigan his Safe Driving Club card.
Rex McCoy leaves his cobwebby books
To Mary Jo Hagius, who'll brighten their looks.
Barbara Morrissey leaves her place on the prairie bus,
Where she'll be missed by the rest of us.
Maury Mullendore leaves his Beau Brummel smile
To any swain who may need it for a little while.
Lawrence Price leaves his football suit and gear
To Noble Richards so he'll match every other player.
And Art Schlaikier, who left his halo in heaven
Also leaves his boots upon a desk in Room eleven.
Barbara Scott leaves nothing to anyone, and here's why:
She's saving it all for a Montana guy.
Charles Scott leaves by the Grace of God
The shock of graduating got him, he's pushing up sod.
Eugene Tetrick's memory is his bequest,
He leaves by Mr. Crouch's personal request.
Bill Wagner, the bashful soda ierk,
Leaves Lyle Ackley with most of the work.
And Pauline Wegher bequeaths her lily-white hand
To her latest Prince Charming at his command.
So we, the Class of '52, on departing from the rest of you
Leave memories and wishes for N.H.S.-
Its continued growth and its student's success.
We all leave oufr lockers, down the hall,
We leave our desks here, one and all.
We leave the under classmen the privilege to be
Seniors in l year, or 2 years, or 3.
We leave with our sponsors the hearty thanks they rate
And to the whole faculty-3 summer months in which to recuperate!
Greetings, ladies and gentlemen. This is your Home Town News Caster bring-
ing you the latest summary of the news.
Todays news from Korea does not pertain to the war but instead it concerns
"Doug's Dugout," a hot-dog stand on the 38th Parallel, owned and operated by
Doug McCoy. It seems that our G.l.'s prefer hot-dogs to K-rations much to the
dismay of army headquarters.
If you are bothered by freckles, your worries are over. Nurse Ann Eckley has
discovered an entirely new and painless way to remove freckles. This amazing
discovery was brought about byymonths of research.
Ladies are you tired of your present hairdo? lf so, Larry Martin, known the
world over as Larree of Parree, has the answer to your problems. At a recent
fashion showing Larry presented his newest creation which he calls the" Mexican
Roy May, who recently made the news headlines with his threats to clean up
politics, is doing iust that. Roy scrubs the halls of Congress every night.
Secretaries desiring to advance themselves should read Joan Elliott's book
entitled "How to Elevate Yourself in the Business World," or "Marry Your Boss,"
written while Joan was employed by the firm of Mangus, Mangus, and Mangus.
Millionaire playboy Boake Clairmont left New York harbor today on his yacht
the "Modernaires" bound 'for Brazil. Boake accumulated his fortune through the
manufacture of porch lights. He claims that his best customers are bashful boys
afraid of the dark.
Allan Joslyn still gets a bang out of life. Allan is president of the "Nutty
Novelty Nook" specializing in firecrackers, exploding cigars, and numerous
other comic gimmicks. His company's motto is "You name it, we'll main it."
Teen-agers all over the country are flocking to the nearest concession counter
to try a "Dreamer's Delight," the new confection concocted by Geraldine Bock,
America's leading soda-ierk.
Charles Scott, noted adventurer and explorer, returned to the United States
after a five months trek through darkest Africa in search of King Solomon's mines.
Charles called his expedition short because life in Africa was getting boring
and he desired to see the bright lights of Newcastle again.
Dwellers of Mars may expect a visit from earthans in the near future. Professor
Wade Brorby announced yesterday that his space ship is nearly completed and
that his greatest problem is finding someone to make the trip. Wade had originally
planned for the ace let pilot, Rex McCoy to make the iourney but Rex has other
obligations to attend to. He lust became a grandfather.
Mrs. Bill VanAlstin the former Barbara Scott, was chosen as the "Homemaker
of the Year" by the socialites of Cut Bank, Montana. Barbara states that home-
'inaking just comes naturally and Hubby Bill agrees.
Currently playing on Broadway is the famous actor Charles Lawson, who stars
in "The lce-Man Cometh." Critics report that this is Charles' greatest role probably
due to earlier experiences as an ice-man.
Rodeo fans were greatly disappointed today at
Champion bronc rider, Byrd Lynch was thrown from
from a broken toe. The name of the horse incidentally,
The Federal Bureau of investigation announced this
Madison Square Gardens.
his mount and is suffering
was "Spirit of N.H.S."
morning that Nadine Jones
has been added to their staff. Nadine will specialize in cases involving the where-
abouts of lovers who have-shall we say-flown theicoop.
Fred Griffin was appointed president of the Vassar College for women. Fred
contributes his success to hard work and a superior knowledge of the problems
of college life.
Pauline Wegher, internationally known interior decorator who at present is
redecorating the offices in the nation's capital, revealed to-day that she plans to
use red as the predominating color. Pauline feels that it will look especially nice
with the red tape.
Singer Fred Ertman will make a personal appearance in the Belgian Congo.
Fred believes that the natives will want to become civilized after hearing some
of our American cowboy music.
Art Schlaikier, oil magnate, will begin his expedition to the arctic sometime
next week. Art heard that the oil market was frozen and decided to try his luck
where it should really be solid.
From Puerto Rico comes the news of a native revolution. Angry citizens claim
that General Eugene Tetrick of the Civil Air Patrol has grounded too many pilots
for reckless flying and a general misuse of the skyways.
Rancher Clyde Bayne reported yesterday that his herd of iackalopes is much
larger than previously expected. Through experiments Clyde has found that
iackalopes thrive on peanuts and popcorn.
Governor Billy Wagner confirmed the report that Lawrence Price has been
appointed head of the Wyoming Highway Department.
Politician Maury Mullendore has been appointed ambassador to the island
of Bingo Bingo, which is inhabited by a tribe of Amazon women. Maury was
chosen for this position because of his diplomatic charm with women.
Word has been received that the insurance business in Greenland is a very
profitable one. Katherine Gibbs, the insurance agent for that territory, told re-
ports at an interview that the Eskimo's feel that fire insurance is absolutely
necessary for their igloos.
Velma Blakely, famous Power's model, will publish an article in the Colliers
magazine which will tell how she has successfully combined marriage and a
Reprocessed bubble-gum is now guaranteed to be 95? as good as the original
product. Betty Lou Morris, who began her fact growing business by reconditioning
the bubble-gum left under the seats of N.H.S. announced that, although her
product is not as elastic as the original, its bubbles are guaranteed to be almost
A group of vacationers in one of our parks yesterday, were astonished to find
a hermit living quite. peacefully in one of the more remote parts of the park.
The hermit was Gerald Bock who claims he became an antisocialist because he
couldn't stand flying saucers. Not the scientific ones but those which his wife
threw at him.
Lady undertakers are fast becoming a fad which is sweeping the nation. This fad
started when Barbara Morrissey opened her business recently. Barbara is as-
sisted by several little undertakers-all of them named Johnson.
Anna Frederickson broke all previous flag-pole sitting records by staying atop
a TOO foot pole for T23 days. Anna passed the time by trying to decide what to
do in the future. She is still undecided but is thinking strongly of becoming a
The French President recently presented Viola Fegert with the French medal of
honor for her outstanding achievements toward bringing about world peace.
Her theory is that we should all live on separate planets.
As our closing news item we bring you a story about a very unusual occupation.
Peggy Hereford is running a lost and found service for engagement rings. She
also deals in second-hand rings which are guaranteed to tie the knot as well as
a new one.
First row, left to right: Boake Clairmont, Kenneth Beer, Bob Davis, Raymond Bainer, Dennis
Patton, Jack Clark, Earl Allen, Dean Swindler, Douglas McCoy, Maury Mullendore, Allan
Joslyn, Leonard Wildey, Jim Dixon, Charles Lawson, Larry Martins.
Second row: Glen Statler, Edward Denny, Orval Borgialli, Calvin Cook, George Denny,
Ed Ferguson, Danny Hansen, Wade Brorby, Jim Trenary, Richard Haynes, Bill Oliver, Fred
Carr, Billy Cattles, Ace Rogen, Dale Moden, Dean Rider, Manager.
Third row: Coach Morgan, Dean Ray, George Dern, Harry Borgialli, Bill Burleson, Billy Wag-
ner, Boyd Strain, Kenneth Sallee, Keith Kudlock, Art Schlaikier, Melvin Wildey, Noble Rich-
ards, Neil Purcelli, Foster Feilds, Jerry Dixon, Larry Carr, Coach Ratigan.
ALL CONFERENCE: Wade Brorby, Doug McCoy.
HONORABLE MENTION: Maury Mullendore, Bill Oliver, Bob Davis, Jack Clark, Raymond
BRORBY MULLENDORE LAWSON MCCOY
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First row, left to right: Dean Ryder, Managerg Art Schlaikier Fred Carr Dean Swindler
Melvin Wildey, Jack Clark.
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Thus was the first year for wrestling at Newcastle Hugh School lt was organized by
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The Dogle matmen have done very well thus belng thelr first year of wrestling
They also attended the State Tournament ln March
Coach Morgan's Basketball BSquad had a very fine season during l95l T952 wnth
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Top row: Coach John Ratigan, Jack Clark, Wade Brorby, Maury Mullendore, Allan Joslyn,
Lawrence Price, Earl Allan, Richard Haynes, Jim Treneary.
Second row: Dean Swindler, Bud Updike, Dennis Patton, Bob Davis, Kenny Beer, Boake
Clairrnont, Assistant Coach Morgan.
Bottom row: Fred Carr, Charles Lawson, Douglas McCoy, George Denny, Danny Hansen,
Larry Martin, Manager Dean Rider, Noble Richards.
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Best wishes to the Class of "52," DOW MOTOR COMPANY
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Best wishes to Class of 1952
Betty Lou Morris
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Third row: Clyde Bayne, Duane Tanner, Tommy Spencer, David Upclike, Torn
Mifich, Fred Erirnan, Charles Scoll.
Second row: Jerry Gardiner, Neil Harrison, Joe Mullin, John Rogers, Roy May,
First row: Don Howell, Duane Miller, Larry Martin, Billy Cattles, Lyle Ackley, Miss
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Margery Evander Molly Monahan
Everyone from babes in arms to grandpa on canes
enioyed the annual high school carnival last Friday
Confetti, toy horns, balloons and other such noise
makers kept the gym a very confused but happy
place. Bingo kept the older folks amused while the
younger generation were trying their luck at various
stands sponsored by the high school classes.
The highlight then swung to the floor show that
demonstrated local talent. lt was opened by the girls'
triple trio singing several numbers. Next on the
program was cowboy singing by John and Fred
Ertman, Billy Cattles, Tom Mitich, Clyde Bayne,
Charles Scott and Larry Martin. A pantomine "My
Shadow" sponsored by the public speaking class
featuring Reggie Grieves as the doctor, Jeannette
Cummings as Molly, Geraldine Bock as Mrs. Smith
and Fred Gittin as Bill Johnson. Charleston exhibit
was danced by Pat Pool and Tommy Spencer. A
hilarious Hawaiian dance presented by some very
talented dancers from the boys' section ot the Fresh-
Richard Hayne Charles Lawson
Ellen Horton Geraldine Bock
man class. Wade Brorby was master of ceremonies.
The most awaited event of the floor show was
the crowning ot the Carnival King and Queen. The
candidates were all seated on the stage. They were
Geraldine Bock and Charles Lawson, the Senior
candidates, Ellen Horton and Richard Hayne as Jun-
ior candidates, the Sophomores elected Molly Mona-
han and Bob Davis, and the Freshmen candidates
who were Margy Evander and Jerry Dixon.
This year the class that sold the most cake tickets
was the Sophomores who sold 5290.00 so their
candidates, Molly Monahan and Bob Davis were
crowned as Carnival King and Queen.
A dance was then held in the gym for all who
were able to attend. During the entire carnival re-
freshments were served in the home economics
Everyone had a very enioyable time despite aching
feet and throbbing heads. '
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Barbara Scott Douglas McCoy .loan Elliott Velma Blakely
Newcastle won big Homecoming Game October
T2 when they scored T3-6 against mighty Midwest.
Homecoming day was officially opened at noong
a pep assembly was held directly following the
lunch hour and was followed by a parade in which
all the classes and organizations of Newcastle High
The parade was followed by a show at the Dogie
theater which was attended by a large number of
the high school and grade school students.
The game started that night
with a kick off by Newcastle re-
ceived on the fifty yard line. The
first touchdown was completed
by Oliver and Wildey went over
for the extra score. By half time
the score was 7-6 with the Dogie
team in the lead. At the end of
the second half the score stood
13-6 in favor of Newcastle.
Homecoming was then clim
axed by the dance at the high
school and the crowning of the
King and Queen followed by the
grand march and an evening of
The King and Queen were
crowned by the King and Queen
of the T951 Homecoming, Ken-
neth Gaskill and Bonnie Mar-
Vsoiei Draper Shirley Hansen David Upclike
jerrnncrre Cummrngs jerry Gardner Nancy Peterson
Billy Carries jack Clark Duane Tanner
ik lberr W :hers Arlyce Sorensen Ellen Horton
Maxine Boyd Bill Burleson Miata Tate
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Standing: Jeanette Cummings, Nancy Peterson, Noble Richards, Bob Slenker,
Tommy Spencer, Maxine Boyd, and Pat Pool.
Sitting: John Rogers, Joan Elliot, Mr. Crouch, Wade Brorby, and Alan Joslyn.
Left to right: Tommy Spencer, Barbara Morrissey, Maxine Boyd, Nancy Peterson,
Mrs. Crouch, Mary Jo Haguis, Pat Pool, and Betty Lou. Morris.
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THE ROAD AHEAD
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