Newport Catholic High School - Thoroughbred Yearbook (Newport, KY)

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N x X YK Mkxxf, X AX'Ag ' fx -X' ww wx , Q13 ENN X3 xi wx w Wm X KN' AQQ" v'v1f2 ' w x wx ' X fmNmNWWW XX wsiwx M X ax 5W .'5Q ky X X ,X X X x KXXXXX N X-xy, ,f VX N,X X X X K Q A xx mm SIAH IH IHPIHUIIIIUISHIIRIII EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Edward Rawe '51 ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Thomas Hagedorn '52 Jerome Kramer '51 STAFF: Robert Barth '54 Albert Garnick '52 Donald Hamberg '53 Richa-rd Hehman '54 Paris Mangan '52 Raplh Niehauser '53 Jerome Olding '53 Robert Rice '51 Clarence Vulhop '51 Eugene Warndorf '51 Thomas Wiedeman '54 - 4 IABIE llf EIINHNIS Dedication Theme Administration Seniors Underclassmen Activities Acknowledgments Senior Directory .ufr . H h fr D l' 1' - . i 1 5' -- 1.594 X ' ' if la, l A I 0 , d tion, your generosity to, and your Your kindness, your evo rompted us to dedicate the 1951 interest in youth have p THOROUGHBRED to you, Monsignor Delaney. ort Catholic--faculty and students--has ever regarded Newp you as a true friend and we are deeply grateful to you. You have followed our interests with a sympathetic understanding from the opening of our institution in 1931. You havefplayed the gracious host to us at our commencernents, at our summer festivals, and at other various assemblies. Youhave taken some of us on mem- Christlike leadership in orable trips. Always you have shown a your unfailing invitation to "Let the little ones come unto Me. . . " You have professed and proved yourself the Friend of the Young. S h l ast and present--through the Newport Catholic High c oo --p Class of 1951, voices its esteem for and its gratitude to you, signor Delaney, in this dedication of its annual. Mon- 'Ne NSIGNOR MARTIN R. DELANEY THE VERY REVEREND MO Pastor, Saint Stephen Church Newport, Kentucky 7 THEME: Probably all of us at Newport Catholic have at some time played the good old game of follow the leader. No matter what the leader's antics might have been, hazardous or ridiculous, we followed, faithfully reproducing in our own acts those of our leader. er that Ideal Whose 1 -1, +251 In a way we continue that game through life, we follow a leader. That-one Lead- I 'i 1- Edward Mattstedt '54 Jer ome Owing 8 '53 Robert Stautberg '52 If'-'XX X 'NX , -. 'yy ww 'C' X ' , - -vw ff ., 4:2 i 4 '51 every thought, every word, every act we may unreserv- er Pau1Kr0g edly, safely, and always imitate, is, and can be, only CHRIST. In all their activities Newport Catholic boys strive to FOLLOW THE LEADER. 9 ,L 'J km, K f llfh' f W4 xii X kilt N jg A13 'r' 3 r K A K F THE MOST REVEREND WILLIAM T. MULLOY, D.D Bishop of Covington ID IHIV HllP US I0ll0W IHI llAHlR UUR FACUlIY if 'Umw- f,:. i'- ., fy 'W .usd ,na-., REVEREND PAUL V. WETHINGTON, A. B. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Assistant Pastor, St, Therese of the Infant Jesus Church, Southgate, Kentucky: Latin, Public Speaking. LOWER LEFT: Father Wethington explains Latin grammar to these attentive sophomores: FIRST ROW, FRONT TO REAR: Ronald Martin, Kenneth Mertle, Ralph Niehauser. SECOND ROW: Robert Rebholz, Daniel Riddle, Frank Schneider, and Theodore Schumaker. LOWER RIGHT: "Your attention, please , , , . God bless you." the familiar and welcome voice behind the microphone. - R'-sq N 'Z ,ar 7 T: M, - sf ' F .,, at .,, it , 4 Em .. it fe : . -ffwSs..y ML. WS wwf' :N 74' r V' punnl"""i REVEREND JOHN A, REIFSNYDER, M. of ED. Assistant Superintendent of Education, Diocese of Covington: Chaplain, None Dame Academy, Covington, Kentucky: Religion, Latin. FMIIIHY REVEREND GEORGE L. STIER, A. B. Pastor, St. Joseph Church, Cres cent Springs, Kentuckyg Chemis try. The distillation of water captivates John Riesenberg, John Hehman, and Frank Robertson of Junior A, as Father Stier explains the proces. Father Reifsnyder quizzes Albert Muench and Paris Mangan in Junior B Religion class. 'k11""""" n, 3.11158 no REVEREND ALOYSIUS GRIESINGER, A. B. Pastor, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Morning View, Kentucky: Religion. The Passion and Death of Jesus Christ is made real to Freslunan B through Father Griesinger 's demon- SYIIUOH. 4ffi FAIIIIHY " REVEREND HENRY A. BUSEMEYER, A. B. Pastor, All Saints Church, Walton, Ken tucky: Physiology. ,NKAFJ Father Bulemeyer uses guinea pig chart to illustrate heredity to Sophomore B Physiology chu. 'lf?"""" REVEREND BELA FOLFOLDY B. A., S. T. D. Assistant Pastor, St. Bernard Church, Dayton, Kentucky: German. "Wir gingen durch einige enge Gassen . . . " narrates Kenneth Billmanas he entrances Father Folfoldy and seniors. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Longshore, Donald Meyers, Edward Bankemper, SECOND ROW: Brian Daunt, William Heck. THIRDROW: Ralph Groeschen. Hllilllll REVEREND ROBERT L. VATER, A. B. Assistant Pastor, Corpus Christi Church, Newport, Kentucky: Acting Diocesan Director CYO: Religion, Physics, History: Spiritual Director, Legion of Maryg Moder- ator of Student Council: Bowling, Golf. Father Vater assists senior Howard Carr as he tests the buoyancy of water in physics class 16 In his Senior B American Government class Father Reilly convinces the seniors that Christ's leadership must be recognized by all worthy citizens. The "backward" seniors are LEFT TO RIGHT: Gerald Heidebrink, Anthony Koehling, Ralph Groes- chen, and Robert Freudenberg. Hllllllll Father Moscowitztraces the influence of Christianity on English Literature in his Senior B English class, as Frank Lahrman, Robert Messmer, Lawrence Fassler and Niel Nielander take notes. 17 REVEREND JOHN P. REILLY. A. B. Assistant Pastor, Sacred Heart Church, Bellevue, Kentuckyg Religion, American Government, Athletic Director, Assistant Football Coach, Freshman Basketball Coach. ' REVEREND REUBEN T, MOSCOWITZ., A. B. Assistant Pastor, Corpus Christi Church, Newport, Kentucky, English, Faculty Sponsor U. N. Model Assembly, Junior Town Meeting of the Air, and Voice of Youth. In Freshman A English, Ronald Cornelius receives advice from Father Lally about his pronunciation and enunciation. Jack Wood also listens attentively. REVEREND DANIEL F. LALLY, A. B. Assistant Pastor, St. Joseph Church, Cold Spring, Kentuckyg English. FMIIIHY REVEREND DONALD C. ERWIN, A. B. The Sophomores enjoy Latin under Father Erwing even purpose clauses do not daunt Assistant Pastor, Immaculate Conception Nicholas Mastruserio AT BOARD: Or SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Francis Gastright Church, Newport, Kentuckyg Lating Re- and Richard Ledonne. ligiong Public Speakingg Faculty Advisor "Thoroughbred News. " 18 . . , 'Y 3? .Q , Following Christ's methods, Father Egart gives individual attention to William Kramer, of Freshman B Algebra class, while, FRONT: Thomas Heck, BACK, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ralph Kroger and Patrick O'Day, continue to struggle with x and y, Hllflllll ,-fimdb REVEREND JOSEPH LEE EGART, A. B. Assistant Pastor, Saint James Church, Ludlow, Kentuckyg Religion, Mathe- matics, Faculty Advisor, Variety Showg Public Speaking. Father Witt and Charles Carr look on intently as Louis Schultz diagrams for and explains the functions of the ear to Freshman C General Science class. 19 REVEREND ROBERT WITT, A. B. Assistant Pastor, Saint Aloysius Church. Covington, Kentucky, Religion, General Science. "Keep out of the red - both here and hereafter," teaches Sister Mary Aquin in Senior B Bookkeeping class. Peter Sandfoss finds the total as LEFT TO RIGHT: SISTER MARY AQUIN. Robert Haunert, William Seiter, and Anthony Koehling observe him. C. D. P., A. B.. M. A. Mathematicsg Bookkeeping. IAIIIIHY SISTER MARY SCHOLASTICA, C' D' P" A' B" M- A' Sister Mary Scholastica watches the time as. FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerome Kramer, John Schneider, and, REAR: Richard Urlage type to the rhythm of "Stars Typewritingg Bookkeeping. and Snipes. .. Z0 Under Sister Mary Eucharia's supervision, Melvin Bartlett traces early explorations and discoveries as Albert Garnick and other members ofiunior AAmerican History class watch him. FACIIHV SISTER MARY EUCHARIA c, D. P., A. B, M. A. Englishg History. SISTER MARIE SUZANNE C. D.P.. M. A., B. S. inL. S Librarian Sister Marie Suzanne instructs seniors, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Joseph Chalk, Libfafian- Edward Bankemper, and Ronald Havink in the use of the "Catholic Periodical Index" and "Readers' Guide. " 21 MR. JAMES CONNOR, A. B. Saint Stephen Parish, Newport, Kentucky, History, Coach, Baseball and Basketball, Assistant Coach, Football. Mr. Connor points out to Freshman A Ancient History class a vital spot in Europe. LEFT TO RIGHT: Earl Royce and Paul Simon are holding the map as Donald Ruwe. George Miner, Robert Schumacher, and Robert Schuett look on. FAIZIIHY MR, WILLIAM J. O'CONNOR, B. S. inBusiness Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Cincinnati, Ohio: Mathematics, General Businessg Coach, Football and Trackg Assistant Coach, Basketball. J Mr. O'Connor dictates as James Schwartz shows Sophomore B General Business class how to write a check. Other pupils are. LEFT TO RIGHT: Donald Dressman, Louis Wigger, Thomas Blakely, Donald Brewer, and Donald Addison. ZZ. ',Lk X Mr. Higdon instructs Sophomore A how to produce those full, golden tones. Recog- nizable are, FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Simon Bihl, John Wagner, William Keener, Ralph Arlinghaus, Donald Hamberg, John Pfaff, John Kinsella, Richard Bleser, Nelson Usleman. SECOND ROW: Robert Hoffman, James Wagner, Charles Bertsch, Thurman Blades, Robert Kallmeyer, Robert Losey, Stanley McCas1and. THIRD ROW: Edward Stieritz, James Berling, Ralph Niehauser, Melvin Barker. FOURTH ROW: Charles Gordon, Kenneth Mertle, Donald Fleissner, Robert Rebholz. FIFTH ROW: Lawrence Krechting and James Wissman. IAIIIIHY MR, GEORGE W, HIGDON B. MUS Director of Vocal Music Mr. Dahlenberg gives final instructions to band members, LEFT TO RIGHT: Melvin Band Director. Vanningburg, 2B: Frank Lahrman, 4A, and Thomas Tucker, 2B. 23 MR. WILLIAM DAHLENBERG M, MUS. V x REVEREND RALPH W, BEITING, A. B., S. T. Neither of these zealous priests, however, has served his connections with N. C., for Father I-Iering frequently substitutes as teacher and the fine impetus that Father Beiting gave to the "Thoroughbred News" in the first months of the 1950-51 school year has lasting effects. REVEREND OTTO HERING, A. B. Although Father I-Iering and Father Beiting are no longer with the regular faculty at N. C. , they will always be remembered and revered by the students. Father Hering withdrew from the faculty when his activities as Assistant Pastor of Saint Stephen Church, Newport, Kentucky, became overwhelming and Father Beiting left the faculty to become the first pastor of Saint Clare Church, Berea, Kentucky. NEWPORT CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL NEWPORT, KENTUCKY My dear Seniors: Surely the theme of this year's THOROUGHBRED recalls days of a few years ago when your big pastime was playing games with the fellows in your neighborhood. One game which you must have played was follow the leader. I am sure that you can remember how you tried to out-do one an- other by following the leader as closely as possible in your great deeds of daring, jumping across a wide ditch, catapulting down a steep slope, or walking on top ofahigh board fence. These days are pastg all that remains is the memory. Another phase in your life, your high school days, is about to end. For the last four years you have been learning the rules of a new game, the game of life. During this time you have had the help and guidance of your Parents and Teachers. Theyhave given you the best in them to prepare you for life. This game of life is nothing else than another game of follow the leader. This time, however, the Leader is no human beingg it is Christ. The closer you stay to Him, the better are your chances of getting past the dangers and pitfalls of life. As a boy your bigboast was that you would do everything as well as the leader. Now as you enter manhood, may you ever strive to imitate the Leader of us all ..... Christ. We want to congratulate you on your coming graduation. Your Parents and Teachers have made untold sacrifices for you. This debt you can fully repay, but you can repay this debt in part by living as Catholic gentle- men. . Follow the Leader, Boys, and pass on to the next generation the bless- ings of a Catholic education. In this way your life will be a success be- cause you will fulfill the purpose of your existence and the purpose of Catholic education namely, the salvation of your soul. Sincerely yours, Reverend John V. I-Iegenauer Principal Class of 1951 Newport Catholic High School Newport, Kentucky Sl IUIIS Hlll0W Hit HAIIER .W - T Left to Right: Class Representatives President . . . Vice-President . . Class Representative ,.. Gw- Howard Carr, John Verkamp Ronald Piccola . . Kenneth Billman . Gerald Nassano . William Neltner KENNETH WILLI AM BI LLMAN Saint Stephen Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C.H. I, 2, 3,45 Thoroughbred News 15 Editor 45 The Thoroughbred I5Glee Club 15Student Operators t,2, 3,45 Football I,2,35 Captain 45 Basketball 25 Student Council President 45 Tennis 35 Delegate U. N. Model Assembly 45 Junior Town Meeting 35 Del- egate American Way Institute 35 Chemistry Award 3. SI IURS EDWARD JOSEPH BANKEMPER Saint Stephen Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.c.H. 2.3.4. DONALD ANTHONY BAUMANN Corpus Christi Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C.H. 3,45 Legion of Mary 3. 28 EDWARD JAMES BARTLETT Corpus Christi Parish, Newport, Ken- tucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4g Public Speaking 4, Glee Club Ig Minstrel 4. EUGENE WEST LEY BERWANGER Saint Therese Parish, Southgate, Ken- tucky. N.c. H. 4, Driving Club 4. RAYMOND DENIS BECK Saint Francis de Sales Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2, 3,45 Thoroughbred News 49 History Club 2g Basketball 3.4. T" V"!'f'd'U'?f?EWl Sl IIIRS JOHN L. BRENNAN Saint Augustine Parish, Covington, Kentucky. N.C.H. 1.2, 3.4, 1-urwry Club 2. 1 CHARLES CLAY BREWER, IR. Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N.C.H. l,2, 3,44 History Club 2: Football 3: Base- ball 3,4: Basketball I, 2, 3. 4. JAMES PATRICK BURNS Immaculate Conception Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C.H. I, 2, 3, 4. ERNEST JOHN BUTCHER Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N.C.H. I, 2, 3,4g History Club 2. 30 Sl IDRS RICHARD JAMES CALLAHAN Saint Anthony Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N.C.H. 2, 3.4: Thoroughbred News 4g Public Speak- ing 3,45 Band 2. HOWARD EDWARD CARR, IR. Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N.C. H. I, 2, 3, 45 Thoroughbred News 43 Football 1, 2, 3.4, Basketball rg Glee Club 1,25 History Club 2: Public Speaking 45 Student Council 3.4: Delegate American Way Institute 35 Delegate U.N. Model Assembly 4. JOSEPH ROY CHALK Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, South Newport, Ken- tucky. N.C.H. 1,2,3,4. 31 FRANK ROBERT COTTINGI-IAM N.C. H. 1.2, 3,45 Glee Club Ig Boxing I, 3. Sl IIIRS 5 3- a n 'ummalmf-.-Lf4-- ,r,..1'. ml" V1 w- ' Immaculate Conception Parish, Newport, Kentucky. ,' - - I 5 -" - - j. L -' ,t n V il l-jj- Li Q Ad it " ., ' .a , ,""' " H , - 1.1- K-yva:-!-1.4 A I . H , i! 7 . I' .V V, - 1,-, ix-I ,, D- H, E-. -'xlrmx-V BRI AN JOSEPH DAUNT Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C. H. I,2,3,4g Glee Club lg Band 1 Football 4. LAWERENCE ARTHUR DOERING, IR. Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N.C.!-I. 1.2, 3,45 Glee Club 2, 3: Camera Club 2: Football 2, 35 Tennis 25 Minstrel 2: Voice of Youth NORBERT EVERETT DORNING Saint Benedict Parish, Covington, Ken- rucky. N. C. H. 2, 3, 45 Public Speaking 45 History Club 2g Camera Club 2g Boxing 2g Voice of Youth 3. RICHARD ALBERT DIEBOLD Saint Bernard Parish, Dayton, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2,3.4- ROBERT JAMES EILERS Saint Augustine Parish, Covington, Kentucky. N.C.H. 2. 3.4: Boxing 2. Sl IIIHS 33 1 ',qgg?iACu:" F711 3 dgzrwuufy ' P Sl IIIRS LAWRENCE CHARLES FASSLER Saint Stephen Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 45 Thoroughbred News I, 2, 3, History Club 2, Football 2, 3, 43G1CC Club lg Band 1, Public Speaking 4. DONALD WILLIAM FESSLER Saint Stephen Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2,3,4. ROBERT JOHN FREUDENBERG Corpus Christi Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C. H. 1, 2, 3,45 Football Manager 3: Minstrel 3.4. 34 Sl IURS EDWARD THOMAS GAMEL Immaculate Conception Church, Newport, Ken- tucky. N.C.H. l,2,3,4. GEORGE JOSEPH GARNER Saint Stephen Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N. C. H. 3, 45 Band 3, 4. JOSEPH CHARLES GROESCHEN Saint Joseph Parish, Cold Spring, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4, Thoroughbred News 4, Glee Club Ig Driving Club 4: Library Staff 3: Public Speaking 4. 35 rr-, -' I l Sl IIIRS RALPH LEO GROESCHEN Saint Thomas Parish, Fort Thomas, Kentucky. N.C. H. I, 2, 3, 4: History Club 2: Football Ig Base- ball 3g Basketball I,2,3. ROBERT ANDREW HAUNERT Saint Bernard Parish, Dayton, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2, 3.4. LEROY HERMAN HAAS Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Ken- tucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 45 Thoroughbred News 4g Driving Club 45 Basketball I: Student Council 4. WILLIAM IRVIN HECK Saint Francis de Sales Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4: Thoroughbred News 2. RONALD F. HAVINK tucky. N.C.l-I. I, 2, 3,49 Driving Club 4. GERALD HEIDEBRI NK Saint Bernard Parish, Dayton, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2, 3,45 History Club 2: Football Ig Bas- ketball 3g C.Y.O Representative 3,4, 37 , Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, South Newport, Ken- Si IUHS SI IIIRS EDWARD STANLEY JORDAN Immaculate Conception Parish, Newport, Ken- tucky. N.C.H. I,2. 3.4: Camera Club 2. ALBERT HENRY KENKEL Saint Anthony Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4: History Club 2. EDWARD JOSEPH KERR Immaculate Conception Parish, Newport, Ken- tucky. N.C. H. I,2, 3,4g Minstrel 35 Glee Club I,2g Band 1, 2, 3,41 Driving Club 4: Voice of Youth 3. L 3 8 A his SI IIIIIS ANTHONY FRANCIS KOEHLI NG Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, South Newport, Ken- tucky. N.C. H. I.2,3,4. PAUL ALBERT KOHRS Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N.C. H. 1.2, 3.4: History Club 2: Glee Club I Bowling 3.4. IEROME JOSEPH KRAMER Saint Bernard Parish, Dayton, Kentucky. N. C. I-I. 1, 2, 3. 4: The Thoroughbred 4g Thorough- bred News 4g Student Operators 1.2, 3,45 Student Cotmcil 3: Honor Student 1.3. 39 FRANCIS CHARLES LAHRMAN Saint Mary Cathedral Parish, Coving- ton, Kentucky. N. C. H. 1, 2, 3' 43 History Club 2: Public Speaking 45 Glee Club 1,25 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Boxing I,2, 35 Student Council 35 Voice of Youth 3. PAUL EUGENE KROGER Saint Ann Parish, Covington, Kentucky. N. C. H. 2, 3,45 History Club 25 Thoroughbred News 45 Public Speaking 35 Bowling 3,4. JOHN R, LOMISK Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, South Newport, Ken- tucky. N,C,H, l,2, 3,45 Thoroughbred News 45 Student Operators 2. 40 SE HIRS Sl Ions RICHARD DAVID LONGSHORE Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2g Thoroughbred News 45 Public Speaking 3, Glee Club Ig Football 2, 3, 4g Baseball Manager 2,3g Boxing 1, Runner up-Saint Thomas More Oratorical Contest 3g Delegate U.N. Model Assembly 45 Student Council 4:C.Y.0. Rep- resentative 4. LAWRENCE HARRY MENDELL Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4, Student Operators Ig History Club 2, Glee Club 3, Football 45 Basketball 3,4g Student Council 2. 41 ROBERT JOHN MEEHAN Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, South Newport, Kentucky. N.C. H. I, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1. JETS Sl IIIRS 'ZFFF1'l"l" 'F -L 59" UY""s"' ' 1' 'JFFH' " BUFFER "vi , r f , ROBERT LAWRENCE MESSMER Saint Therese Parish, Southgate, Kentucky. N. C. H, 1.2, 3, 49 Student Operator Ii Camera Club I. DONALD LOUIS MEYERS Saint Therese Parish, Southgate, Kentucky. N.C.H. 2, 3,49 Student Operators 2g Thoroughbred News 4: Public Speaking 4, Driving Club 4, Golf 2, 3. GERALD JOSEPH NASSANO Saint Thomas Parish, Fort Thomas, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2,3,4: History Club 2gFootba11 1, 2,3,4g Student Council 1, 2. 2.4: Honor Student I. 42 Saint Stephen Parish, Newport, N.c.H. I.2,3,4. WILLIAM CHARLES NELTNER Saint John Parish, John's Hill, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4, Thoroughbred News 3, 4g Driving Club 456166 Club Ig Delegate U.N. Model Assembly 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4: Safety Council Meeting 3. 43 Saint Benedict Parish, Covington, Kentucky. N.C.H. 2, 3. 4: History Club 2. sr Inns EDWARD W. NEAL Kentucky. NIEL BERNARD NIELANDER EPP' l, ANTHONY ALBERT ORTH Saint Mary Parish, Alexandria, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2, 3,4g Boxing 2. Sl IIIRS ARTHUR JOSEPH POWELL RONALD JAMES PICCOLA Saint Anthony Parish, Bellevue, Ken- tucky. N. C. H. I , 2, 3, 4g Student Operators I, 25 Thoroughbred News 4g Driving Club 45 B a s k e t ball 2, 3, 4: Winner-Saint Thomas More Oratorical Contest 3. Immaculate Conception -Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C. H. 2, 3.4: History Club 2gDriving Club 4g Glee Club 2, Public Speaking 4. 44 ' LEONARD THOMAS QUINN Holy Cross Parish, Latonia, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4, Football Manager 3, 41 Basketball . ,,.,, Manager 3, 4. ,,. ,g ,Wt B, .,1':t51:Q4 ,if J rififgzsefziswsrff fir! rtefwwi :wif 1:53 'gif J' :fi 'uf-5. . M .,,. 5.53.54 , Qifhriififf ,, .1. 'H .fd F n lr , K, ' is is ., v ,-d'1,!:5 3 .2 7 rg , ,,.n Zz.. , y 7 f' C "1 - .',. w,jFs,.1 EDWARD J. RAWE li E 4 Saint Joseph Parish, Cold Spring, Ken- ' tucky. N, C. H. I, 2, 3, .15 The Thoroughbred t- Editor 4, Thoroughbred News rg Library c-:M . Tiff.. L Staff 2, 3,4g History Club 2, Glee Club lv Q lg Public Speaking 3, Driving Club 3. ' H "iz, C ' , . - 1 ffl ,kL. rkrr C K. V lffig g, 55 T A V ffiil, 1 V 'fg lfixg QEQQQ. K J f n J, " ' .,.g1 ,Ktg5ff?T,LftlgQfQ,iL1j QS QLQQ - 'P 'i'i 'Sl iff I y Sl IIIRS RICHARD CHARLES RICE Saint Therese Parish, Southgate, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 45 Driving Club 2gFOOtb3.11 Manager 4. 45 """'!1l"'f'1l' ' HI "?'f?7"' 1F "-'77 W-3'1ff"T"'?Ef""":"'7' gE'7"'73"'lF' Yi Sl IIIRS ROBERT ARTHUR RICE Saint Henry Parish, Erlanger, Kentucky. ' N.C.H. 2, 3, 4g The Thoroughbred 4. DONALD SYLVESTER ROLL Corpus Christi Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3. 4: History Club 25 Football 4. Basket ball l,2, 3.4. PETER LINCOLN SANDFOSS Saint Stephen Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N.C.H. I, 2, 3,4gG1ee Club 1.2, 3gMinstre1 3: Voice of Youth 35 Delegate U.N. Model Assembly 4. 46 DONALD WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Saint Augustine Parish, Covington, Kentucky. N.C.H. 2, 3,45 Legion of Mary 31 Glee Club 2,31 Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 25 Voice of Youth 3. JOHN RICHARD SCHNEIDER Saint Philip Parish, Melbourne, Kentucky. N.C. H. I,2, 3.4: Thoroughbred News 4, Glee Club 2. WILLIAM .IOSEPH SEITER Saint Thomas Parish, Fort Thomas, Kentucky. N. C. H. I , 2, 3. 4: History Club 2: Thoroughbred News 4g Football Manager 4:Junior Town Meeting 3: Stu- dent Council 1. 47 JOHN HENRY VERKAMP Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, Ken- tucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 45 Student Operators I, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1,25 Minstrel 45 Stu- dent Council 4. RICHARD CHARLES URLAGE Saint Augustine Parish, Covington, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4. JOHN RALPH VERST Saint John Parish, John's Hill, Kentucky. N.C.H. l,2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Driving Club 4, 48 4 Sl IIIRS CLARENCE IOSEHP VULHOP Saint Francis de Sales Parish, Newport, Kentucky. N. C. H. I, 2, 3, 4g History Club 2: The Thoroughbred 4: Student Council Ig Delegate U. N. Model Assembly 4. Sl IIIIIS EUGENE ROBERT WARNDORF Saint Bernard Parish, Dayton, Kentucky. N.C.H. 1.2, 3,4gThoroughbred News 43ThC Thor- oughbred 4g Public Speaking 4, Driving Club 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Bowling 4, Debating Team 2. 49 WILLIAM ED WARD WALSH Saint Bernard Parish. Dayton, Ken tucky. N. C.H. I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 29 His tory Club Ig Student Operators I. EDWARD JOSEPH WEYMAN Saint John Parish. John's Hill, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2,3,4p Minstrel 3g Glee Club 1,2,3g Football I: Voice of Youth 3. DONALD JOSEPH WHITTLE S I I 0 R S Saint Mary Cathedral Parish, Covington, Kentucky. N.C.H. I,2,3,4g Student Operators Ip Glee Club 3g Minstrel 3: Basketball Ig Tennis 3. KENNETH HAROLD WOLF Saint Anthony Parish. Bellevue. Kentucky. N.C.H. I, 2, 3.4: History Club 25 Student Operators Ig Glee Club 1.2: Minstrel 4. 50 U DIRCIASSMI F0ll0W IHE IEADIR T00 r ' Emfizv- . ,H ., 4 .,.. . CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Left to Right: V Richard Weber . ZB Robert Dennedy. . .3A Robert Schuett. . .IA James Wissman . .ZA Jerry Bankemper . .3B Ralph Carr . . 1A f LH rv. . . I ,... A . 'F "hh ' '- ' - '1 ',K' ':, 'Twin - f L"LL ' -m e ifw .J .. - xfgiig. ,.-.1 J ... 1' A 'ffkn SW - V . . . J ' . -7 , , ' - ..., l. ,A r m y 3 - H A 1. . ,ff . .fq gigif f x . , sam iffy V , ,.., . ,, iff , ss 13 nm 4- 1 .e Y? I ,ag 1 ' an gli 11.1 A.,1., my .. ,,..: :ff ,t,,w,,4. , , ze , K 5 k 7 Jw Q?lEff5' ' if V . U 7 fqflffis W HM: W gg - f 'f i 7 gi..-if-Q-1 'f P s 1 1-.ffxsifiipf ' if 5 . . Q 'ff' .xiii . 3 2.115 sl ,. .. ,, rm ,-fr ,. J-.1 . J 7 xg. . V. . , A 5, .. . ' V 59 gg.. 'Z A T ' E ig - J H515 9 ' .2 -V , f.wW . M ., . .wg I V' , . V xt fl' 'A '7-3529" A Ls' J . :ff L1i'ffF?' 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Y' as e , 'Y M 60 1 E I' vw-V 11- Q35 fi I IHE313llBHlES ARI IHI SWHHSI My CH BUYS HlllllW IHE HAIIHI WHE HIIV WIIIIKURPIY SIIIIIY UR PRAY . . , , 'FF' . n A LEFT TO RIGHT: Donald Baumann, A, John Lomiski, Frank Lahrman, Don- M ald Schneider. 58 , f A X HIll0WINli THE llAllHl . . . AS WE PRAY SPIHIIIIM ACIIVIIIIS During Lent many boys, such as fTopj Edward Neal, Richard Die- bold, Ernest Butcher, and James Burns, take time out during their A A g Aga, 1 www ""f'?7Ql 'F ,mb lunch period to follow their Leader along the Way of the Cross. CCenterj Visits to Our Lady, espe- cially during October and May are frequent. Seniors fl. to r. , front row, William Heck, John Brennan, ,iii Edward Bartlett, fsecond row, Robert Messmer, Edward Weyrnan, Paul Kohrs, fthird rowj Arthur Powell, Kenneth Wolf, Niel Niel- ander, and ffourth rowj Anthony Participating in the October RosaryCrusade, NewportCath- olic sponsored a poster and es- say contest. Father Wethington made awards to winners fFront, l. to r.JJames Verst1A, John Pfaff ZA, Robert Hoffman ZA, Clarence Vulhop 4B, Ted Juen- gling, 3A, and Donald Bauman4 B, fRear, l. to rl Charles Schneider IC ,Charles Osterman IB, John Lomiski 4B, Rayrnond Kelley ZA, Gerald Nassano 4A, and Donald Whittle 4B. Absent: Leo Verst 3A. Orth pray the Rosary during their visit. SPIRIIllAl MZIIVIIIIS STUDENTS KEEP VIGIL, Boys ofallclasses keep perpetual adoration before the Blessed Sacrament throughout the school day. Here Seniors FrankCottingham Qlefty and John Verst pray during their appointed half hour, WHEN DO I GO? Seniors fl. to r.j William Walsh, Robert Meehan and Albert Kendel check the retreat list to find the date of their retreat at Marydale. TO THE LEADER THROUGH HIS MOTHER is the special motto of these legionnaires. Members of the Legion of Mary from N.C. are qseated l. to r.j Edward Berberich, Rdsert Dennedy, Father Vater, Director, fStanding 1, to r.J Leo Verst, Ralph Drees, Ralph Chalk, Thomas Wiedeman and Joseph McQueen. ABSENT: Charles McQueen. 35 35 S M ' H 5 Q ,K f me , 2? 1 23? gun!! Haruki ii, yn . 11 .5 rw Wm f 'S Q, 1 ,,,. ,Ls W 'nw Ya ,M 2 x - A W- Q i wg QSAZ gif? f i? K . K wr. f, L i K mmfwfw H A fi I G k M 3 'L - 1 'fff6gesf,Q A 19 fa. .muon wwwmwmmnwnawmf , IQ We X ay Q ff A, Fifi - fi i ,, Uimi5+,gf ' , 5 W QQWWWWQQE4, ,.'g,,Ww 7 gif QSEFS ,X ,Q Q A ummm' we wnolv nc Sl 3 Glldoh lim". ,,,eJ2911Y',.i' . H Ve K B 'fi- W5 ,IHURUUGHBRIU EWS Sllll l f H c ytufllfy lu' Twt Osullllll if-ILIILBEBS O 7 .Y V Lon isthel0We'5 P Solaris ol 1948 is do- I Y K 2 W"'s't , ' 19 Y, fl" . is availahlfl meg! ankeo,f:1i'ni leant, ,oblnw the Wa Student Counczl JJ S . Q m tha .N in Q, wry ziptmieiit tlffat s0fb9'u pwgla . 42809 L Q Q0 ' "1 'Wwlroci incfveeifrf 1 ssCh00l- OW rx snu I aud-S' 5425001 L , .- ' -Q our '?712C1'3 ' , 9655 .,.t ity dx' gmy ffthft rmwsy the lhoiougl f P ffwed for J iutstfwfahnfmarfu the C J ' , 'K' 'ffffw sl M t .Xe tg liek? uthg K Il 1511?-blip on 'QQYV drl ' f , K ' J U?IY,'71ii'n'....v - REPORTERS PROFESS QUALITY AS WELL AS QUANTITY, Cl. to-r. around tablej Melvin Bartlett, Albert Burbrink, James Schneider, George Huesman, Leroy Haas, Thomas Hennegan, Raymond Beck, Joseph Groeschen, James Berling, Robert Den- nedy, Robert Stautben, Thomas Tucker, Robertwebster, Jerome Olding, Ralph Nie- ,. hauser, and Charles Gordon. i PW - " 'svn 1- , -. 'A ""evpr ld Cam grllrylaier ghamlgy C CE'!lbU4lV,Z8th Barb , Airphaq? he lyawd 1 - of 1 nd of vas 11 the Mase e1'ltS he I 131 S ii VG fers with William Neltner as the Richards- 7 ' G4 Q- 'snge 'fl is llectto 629029 5' as O' or a w EDITORSHIP IS A SERIOUS BUSINESS To- 9,5 n DAY. Editor-in-chief Kenneth Billmancon- QI, 4 e 'Q' Callahan and Longshore-checknotices, Pa'u1 'fbgi Kroger balances the books, and Howard Q 49 l1',1p'9'1 'P' 5' W V' OKC' lu' '59 F' Qsbqlsj, bm 56' W CVC! if Qvefbm "Vw" Jw Qoywgwovew 3'-L3'-'Y' Y'q96s"'3' 6' Q96 :FS '33 4' 'eQ"'9'fc'5:'Q? Q4 0 K' We b"b,0'2?'5"3.-Qq"0,'O 9 , .Q O -0 Q1 O y N Q: ,Q ' esac' fofeqet XV? Q'-45' 56'- - Q1 s af me -1P'Z?10i-1?-5 Mufti' eff?-" 5 4 me QSJAG .129 07-6 .299 39 Q? 599 99' TYPISTS STOP FOR NOBODY. QFront, 1. to r.j Eugene Warndorf, Jerome Kramer, John Schneider, fkearj Lawrence Fassler and its John Lomiski strike fast to meet the dead- line. ,Q K. Af QQYO' 5 6' 45 Q9 Q? ...sg F .31 59625 A,5f,9fS'26X5te QB N .Q SX? 6' by Es ezffyx eq: 2 0156, 08856 '40 lun I I ll ' . 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C1 my ff 3 S w- 1 o UH. bt' fm r iff 0 vm ixfx F . 5 ,Y Na - 1 le ym 111 f,L!Qg,:v.,, ,h Url' UI' gm H 13 Vitebytlffrxe 1 GMBH THE LEADER Qggzmeegsgs' ISWUFG ony Iwi-Yr 3.11, Amr' .S'91ffiHa1""e may t E . 1- mer My , r11e,',Qff0ngt EDDIE EDITS P 1 ' ' . 7 1 , '- . 5, 2 DQR- A me been elm, In the Staff Office Edward DY W ' Of 03601103 Rawe plods through an- lmm ,W eN6:ItI,OI3ft nualintricacies - always Class :sent 'trw 5111-up C under The Leader. ng d., . tim-aiiq 3 711 , Gan , . f Que hull T Q e ld x., f Ilgcllly - t t holds Cqllajllf ea bezfflltrywml .Noventuer ng-if-'Lt their worlt, In T YXXSUH Of the our y ind thflf wping etutlen E -ml the top floor. J , algrohx lfd Uhn . pfnffoaolflth tb.-, gs IJQXX' 'iyllmg umff'f,, 1',,,q1HY U3 thank-Q lgfiip ' 5 011 m'fVi1e Fffeh F 31105, 9Vil1gy A DIY ,1,Op.b C9 b H011 K' .ug t, - .fha Igfvlwihh' A QI' 9 LAST DEADLINE SHOCKS CHIEF. WhCl'l JZ D ' thestaff metthelastdeadlineEdward Rawe gpj quietly passed out, much to the concern 'pjg offstanding l. to r,lJerome Kramer, Clar- Dtj, ence Vulhop, Eugene Warndorf and Robert S 312 Rice. ft , X , r , , 'f Onfr ,,,,k:r.' , 316, 10 .02 0 ,6 ,cy 491' 1 1 0, 10 lj! If 37 A fl 073 falsify ff-mg te rra. t ' Et?e111ii" The to attend .UW We are I he newrfl Simwrna gauge vZ,e1er,6,,.theIGg dflqas ret work he 11-ealize Ugirtzglad fm fo k71n?.V6?S' Bm? tile is fi ANNUAL STAFF PLANS, fFront, 1. to r.J Eugene Warndorf, typist, Jerome Kramer, associate editor, Edward Rawe, editor-in--chief, and Thomas Hagedorn, associate editor, fznd. row, 1. to r.J Thomas Wiedeman, Robert Barth, Jerome Olding, Ralph Niehauer, and Donald Hamberg, fgrd. row, 1. to r,j Richard Hehman, Al- bert Garnick, Paris Mangan, Robert Rice, and Clarence Vulhop. ba tflsu tilt en-i0vvW' th rruu Lge I, , ,V A 4 , K 9 Pac, In 2 ,,,i,'f,Lf'te Fviu If he is hit e""-'H is y0j'1bJecf"mo1g5,gt '01, R 'H I things p in afld enth 9 mg15lgs,t especially Dba... are ' Lrfffllnzn U Lry and if you Lind pleasure in - F gtgthw, 2 H . A f at N- 'cour es th ?..1F1eaI Sfnil. her I-le.Q'9n....7 l'-: iii ,.,n.a..?.l..... ., .4 f0ll0WI G lHlliAUEH ...AS WI PIAY Rayrnond Beck THOROUGHBREDS TRAIN THOROUGHBREDS. qLeft to right, Coachlames "Jim" Connor, head baseball and basket- ball coach, and Assistant football coach, Reverend John Reilly, Athletic Director, and Coach William "Bucky" V O'Connor, head football and assistant basketball coach Sl1'iV3 I0 develop 21 Christlike character,as well as athletic 1 L skill, in Thoroughbreds. 7 ...M r get tl at 2 4 . 1 '--74 A .2 X 1 ' tx" K A ' tb Lx L 2 l l ' L ' A A A l 'l l j 'S M R I J . i l I W B 1 . Ralph ,l Q Groeschen I y QW! lil ll 'IW 5 I ' " '? JI S 50 '0':.O':' 5 0 Asfo f Xi 9' L ,Ygv vi- j-' 'X . .h . N - ! . 'K'--1. , , ' -- 1 WZ H i '-. - 5 ,,--1' .- 1 11' i ,x ww? ' 71' if ff..-' ,ay ng.-.g. 1 K , f j7',49Z?e6:f K Y L ',' A- . I ' is . 1 5 Q! .4 1 5 . N X 3 of : i , . o ' , N f X ,M 'J '41 . , - paul Kohl-S Kenneth Billman if XSJS A aw . go We IHI llAIllIl'S IIliAlS Willl HIS t New' rotsewm to 2 Q unever me, X 3 "XSha I ught ' . X be. 'I athollc La iw allswu porl C 3-nd a indent, MMO G S od CG emleman an GENTLEMAN - STUDENT - ATHLETE October 17, 1919 - November 9, 1943 Walter McGaff, a genuine gentle- man, student, and athlete, was gradu- ated from Newport Catholic in 1937. Six years later CorporalMcGaff of the 75151, Tank Battalion, ISI. Armored Division, was killed in action in the vicinity of Mignano, Italy. In memory of their son and brother, the McGaffFamily has established at New- port Catholic the WALTER MCGAFF ME- MORIAL TROPHY, This award is given the senior who, on the decision of the faculty, is outstanding in gentlemanliness, studies, and athletics. Walter, a true Thoroughbred, never forgot NewportCatholic nor did his inter- est in its future ever lag, as is evidenced by the excerpts from his letters which ap- pear on this page. These were addressed to Reverend Leo G. Kampsen, one of his former teachers and friends at Newport Catholic. "Ten ge get to gL':nSan8he110 and CP C I ' Wh Ieti cpe why We am going to en cs, H U71 Cannot h ask e Athlete, ave ath- THE WALTER MCGAFF MEMORIAL The winners of the WALTER MCGAFF ME- TROPHY displayed by Charles Brewer MORIAL awards are recorded on the plaque is a much-coveted award at N C shown by Leonard Quinng this plaque remains at Newport Catholic. These names are in- scribed: Richard Nassano, 19485 John Riedin- ger, 1949g Robert Longshore, 1950. "If I get to see the Popel am surely going to carry out my threat. " qabout arhleticsj. fwalter did not reach Rome.y 71 5 5 E 3 2 N Af if :S 'E Q i' .L 'S Q E 3 3 fi fi Z E 5 5 K 3 5 is E S 5 Q 2 S ffz S v., A 1? 5, S5 Y? 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' Trgug d wafefmg The saddest hour PHUI of day-Dismissal! 060APHIlIfS 9 do withOUt ROY ' we J 'fig W' Drop ' or ubu5X.." and maybe ygZi?L5tu1l Ollt- XTX a Candv I-, - 1, 'f' , W, 53 W ' ,r X uf'-C X .X el K b , ,..L , ffjfww' ,V A , an - f 'NWN ,, 3W'Pf qvitg 5 Ma Senior ag w 'Rn x w 7'v5 V S W ' as '55 I TTY . -afe . qu Matin S dlspla , L 5 their kid b rowers I Akk.V 395111236-A if-5+ - .l. KUXN X P h . ygymi' X X ' " A ,vxmf-1111 vw . 'U r -M- CVUM !'. IH F. .lfllfges Plill I 06lIAl1 f111,.f, .f' - hxuf 1,,m I f 74:ni-,-- . 4 sfmdilzpir. 4 xv X D xp., Riggs 1 ,QT X3 , A 1 S H ffflw ,Q I lv FW? wg 1 s 43' T P ff Wg: f 1 R 54 8 Uh wff M W' UNL 'W as ,af if F W N ' 9' 2 4 1 5 f ar W w 6 P I' flanks .1 5' Q , f ,, an 6 S , X uf , A-. 49 X U Sf ff 4 fx 5 3 QM 'F P 4' X l',- K I 1 'Y-Q-A1107-U' ,,nC. Fx an if Iixit ,z ' x ' fM M i M ,ww W the C ai-or JUI71 r1rr1nA,nbf, J 5-I Q h Q., r PS of . . Um talflj 1 Sfillrrme-yPr? QV! this page, as a token of appreciation make this annual a success. First we humbly thank Our Lady of the Assumption, under whose patronage we have placed our work. We are also very grate- to Reverend John V. Hegenauer, our principal and faculty advisor, If his deep interest, his time, and his advice, to Sister Marie Suz- anne for her help in the layout workg and to the other members of the faculty for their cooperation in having pictures taken. x We are indebted also to our school organizations, to our patrons, and to our many advertisers who showed their interest by contrib- uting to our annual and we hope that they accept our sincere thanks for their help, s-d"""'wmi C ongratulations C ompliments u Seniors ! Of A FRIEND From THE FRE-SHMEN fWhom You Initiated Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr 0 R PATRO . and Mrs. Edward Baumann s. Mary Brewer . and Mrs. Howard Carr s. Antoinette Diebold . and Mrs. George Finke . and Mrs. George Freudenberg . and Mrs. Nick Frommeyer . and Mrs. Jos. H. Gausepohl . and Mrs. Bernard Haas . and Mrs. Ralph Havink . and Mrs. L. .T. Kramer Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs. A. Lahrman August Matracia, Jr. .Tames Piccola Edward Rawe John Sandfoss John C . Schoo Charles Urlage Helen and John Verkamp Mr. and Mrs. Clifford I. Vickers, Sr Mr. August H. Vulhop Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wagner Congratulations Follow Your Leader Class Of 1951 Best Wishes THE STUDENT COUNCIL From President: Kenneth Billman SOPHOMORE A Secretary: William Neltner Moderator: Reverend Robert Vater Be True Thoroughbreds And Keep Your Eye On The Leader BEST WISHES FROM THE PARENT - TEACHERS' CLUB OFFICERS fSeatedJ Mrs, Leatha Dennedy, Assistant Secretary Mr. Bernard Kenan, Presidentg QStanding 1. to r.jMrs. Ada Crimella, Vice-Presidentg Mr, Hugh Dennedy, Treasurerg Mrs. Esther Hamberg, Secretary, NEWPURT CATHIDLIC ALUMNI ASSOClATION AND CONGRATULATIONS 6666666 THE NEW CATH BO0STERS CLUB GOOD LUCK, BOYS From CURP CHRI Tl CA TEE And CHAPERO E CL B SPIRITUAL ADVISORS: REV. ROBERT VATER AND REV. REUBEN MOSCOWITZ CLUB ffl . CLUB FZ Mr. and Mrs. Duke Hoffman Mr. and Nlrs. Carl Reising Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kuntz Mrs. Wm. Wiesman Mrs. George Beiting Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr Mr 55 UIUI gpm UE? Us wo- fb 22'-1 3 O s 55 55 and and and and and and and and and and and and CLUB 143 Mrs. Wilber Wolfzorn Mrs. Duke Jung Mrs. Mike Meyers Mrs. Wm. Van Sant Sr. CLUB 145 Nlrs. Ray Schoemaker Mrs. Tom Stein Mrs. Wm. Wagner Ivlrs. Joe Steffen CLUB 1997 Mrs. A. Bartlett Mrs. John Terhaar lvlrs. John Dutle Mrs. Joe Enzweiler Mrs. Ed. Schneider Mrs. Frank Bamberger Mr. and Mrs. John Hamberg Mr. and lvirs Cliff Waibel Mr. and Mrs Norb. Roll Mr. and Mrs Joe Muench Sr. Mr. and Mrs Cyril Gardner Mrs. Catherine Miller CLUB 144 Mr. and Mrs James Whitehead Mr. and Mrs Charles O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Steele Mr. and Mrs Edward Baumann Mrs. Ada Crimella Mr. Joe Montag Mr. Mr . Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr . Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. CLUB 1f6 and Mrs. Delbert Schenck and Mrs. Jas. A. Whitehead Jean Lewis Virginia Grau Virginia Heidelberg Edwin Miller and and and and and CLUB 1158 Mrs. George Jenner Mrs Ray Goetz Mrs. Charles Herbel Mrs Mrs Joseph Muench Jr. E. Moellman Officer: Roy Hoffman Chaperones in the Service Charles Dehne Howard Dutle C OMPLIMENTS OF lNE'T IDE HOTEL 11TH AND BRIGHTON STS NEWPORT, KENTUCKY SUCCESS STORY-AMERICAN STYLE Just seventy-five years ago the first spoken message was carried over a few feet of wire connecting two crude telephones. In the United States today, 173 million conversations daily speed over 152 million miles of wire connecting 43 million telephones. First regarded as a mere toy, the telephone in the U. S. today is an ll billion dollar business, owned by ahnost a million stockholders and provides jobs for three-quarters of a million persons. The industry is big because America is big and requires a huge communications system to keep the wheels of commerce and society generally running smoothly and swiftly-yet its cost is low, within the reach of most families. This is just a typicalAmerican success story, possible only under our system of free enterprise which permits free men and women to exercise individual initiative. CITIZE TELEPHO E COMPA Y.l C. C OMP LIM ENTS OF AMERICAN NATl0 A BA K NEWPORT, KENTUCKY NORTHERN KENTUCKY 'S MOST MODERN BANK Stop At FRISCH'S BIG BOY 19th and Alexandria Ax 9795 For Our Famous BIG BOY Hamburger Follow Your Favorite Team THE THOROUGHBREDS The easy, safe and economical way BY GREEN LINE CHARTERED COACH 5:11 Lfiiv 07AvlE-L D L l Ag F' L A " . 1 m A " f - I ' A 4 'Z'1ln'.u,f i to ,M up Drink Golden HUDEPOHI.. BEER L. DOERING Beer Distributor Newport, Kentucky Ax. 2113 BANK OF DAYTON 6th, and McKinney Deposits Insured Under Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Co. 8061 Friendly Service Compliments Of Best Wishes C. RICE PACKING CO. From And THE BLUE GRASS GEO. WIEDEMANN PROVISION CO. BREWING CO., INC. C ovington Newport, Kentucky Kentucky Best Wishes CLOVER LEAF DAIRY EII..ERMAN'S ' Homogenized Milk "Kentucky's Best' Ky.'s Model Milk Plant For Men and Boys ' Co. 8440 Newport C ovington HOLMAN, INC. Religious Artic les Church Supplies 807 Madison Ave. Covington, Ky, Phone Ju. 5036 C ompliments Of W. S. MUEHLENKAMP 8: SON WM. C. BETZ SONS FRED A. ERSCHELL 8: SONS VONDERHAAR 8: STETTER A. C. DOBBLING 8: SONS Funeral Directors LAWRENCE RIEDINGER Real Estate 8: Insurance 501 York St. Newport, Kentucky Congratulations To The 1951 Graduates NEWPORT DAIRY Thornton 8: Brighton Sts. Courteous Delivery By Our Drivers VESPER PRINTERS Harry F. Dieterman, Owner Z2-24 E. Seventh St. Newport, Kentucky Co. 8377 NEWPORT NATIONAL BANK 810 Monmouth St. Newport, Kentucky HICKS BARBER SHOP Air Conditioned 5 Barbers 907 Momnouth St. Newport, Kentucky PETE HUSER 9th 8: Monroe St. Newport, Kentucky Meats And Groceries He. 9750 VICTOR H. BROWN "Your Florist" 114 E. Eighth St. Newport, Ky. Co. 4255 MINGES HARDWARE CO. 935 Monmouth St. Newport, Kentucky Lighters Repaired Jewelry Repaired He. 3399 DICK STRASSEL Watch Repairing Jewelry 638 1f2 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky. WILSON'S MEATS Choice Meats and Poultry 328 E. 9th St. Newport, Kentucky Phone He. 9601 It's a good policy not to have a bad one' LEO G. BROERING Real Estate and Insurance GERNER APPLIANC E 'Television Specialists' 609 York St. Refrigerators-Ranges-Washers-Sweepers Tel. Co. 9288 Newport, Ky- 10th Sr Hamlet Sts. Phone:Ju. 8588 Newport, Ky. Ju. 8589 ZEFF BROTHERS 8th 8: Momnouth Sts. Newport, Ky. Co. 4184 KRAMER CANDIES 1006 Monmouth St. Newport, Kentucky He. 9440 STAG CAFE Where Good Fellows Meet Serving the Best in Beer, Liquors, and Wine Package Goods in A11 sizes to Take Home 7th 8: Robert Sts. Newport, Ky. MACEY JEWELRY CO. Eighth 8: Monrnouth Sts. Newport, Ky. Co. 5800 Good Food For Pleased Guests .TOHN SEXTON 8: CO. Manufacturing Wholesale Grocers Est. Chicago, 1883 Chicago 90 FINLEY 'S CAFE 8: RESTAURAN T 7th and Columbia N ewport, Kentucky S UNS I-IINE 706 Momnouth St. Newport, Kentucky HDWE. SUPPLY CO Ju. 3996 He. 7759 EDWIN I. POATE Florist and Designer Gifts and Novelties 111 E. Seventh Newport, Ky. Best Wishes From ROY 'S ICE CREAM Smooth As Velvet AVOID A LOSS INSURE WITH HAA S He Gets Results ADAM C. HAAS 724' Monrn outh St. Newport K , y. Co. 9869 MOHR 'S PARKVIEW MAR KET 199 Center Street B 11 e evue, Kentucky Co. 5389 Good Luck H. OTTO PRINTING COMPANY Designers Engravers 511-513 York St. Newport, Kentucky Co. 3611 NELL 8: BOB'S 721 BAR Phone: Co. 9927 Really Cold Beer CARL REESERS GROCERY 8th and Ann St. Newport, Ky. He. 9200 ANTHONY "TONY" KOEHLING 225 Main Street Newport, Kentucky PAUL "TOE" KOHRS 200 Poplar Street Bellevue, Kentucky EDWARD ED BANKEMPER JEROME "1ERR" KRAMER 605 E' gth. Street Newnnttl 1023 Fifth Avenue Dayton, Kentucky EDWARD "PUD" BARTLETT PAUL "ARR" KROGER , 418 W. 9th. 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