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

 - Class of 1956

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SK lllSt'lil!f.I. glliKiillll'l'. and inslruvtirm are uffvrvfl In lhrve 'l1llUI'UllghIlI'f'ClS Ivy lfzitlwr lfga ul 7 Kentucky horses- gleaming satin,-alive vibrant from fiery nature surging through ropes of veins cording the contour of sleek covering. Eyes glowing coal-like looking on and beyond into a magical, mysterious world of Blue Grass Horsedom not understood in the flesh of common horse or common man. A toss of head An arch of neck A pointing of ears forward A majestic poise at rest where rhythm of motion seems to continue A graceful stepping forward as dainty as a ballet dancer flitting tiptoe to an inner musicg as graceful as a princess moving in court pageantryg as quick as the rushing along of messengers of mytbologyg as physically a poem-in-motion as a competitor in Olympian contest. Guarded, pampered, beloved- each an investment greater than the lifetime accumulating of average man Granite and wreaths Loving inscriptions. Flesh in bronze- mark those passed to the beyond in Horsedom "Family Trees" record a glorious genealogy of each beloved steed Palaces shelter each designed to serve the whims, sentiments, and personalities in horse Servants attend them in form of worshipping man Dentists Beauty Experts Dieticians Trainers all humbly lay before His Majesty, The Horse, their gifts of service. Bound close to the lives of its people in the "Heart of the Blue Grass" in beauty and grace in sport of the chase in thrill of the race is the KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED coming from years of service to his fellows. -Myrtle Cooper l' THE ABOVE POEM DEFINES A KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED HORSE. THE FOLLOWING PAGES RECORD IN PICTURES THE MAKING OF A NEWPORT CATHOLIC THOROUGHBRED. If 6.5. . u' 'lx 4 4 '11 ,Vg g'-'.i1i .' f A fn. X, wks LQ? "M -5- -- . f 'fx""v'L 'f' 'f'5l!afff.1f.f" 1, f ,- .. ., lap' -' X- xr: Nfzv- ,, - , - M 3-3 Q . wx-,. s'1!.',1E.- .: . wg! 'A ,l...xv 'gf' . , il ,. . 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You are the honored graduates of a religious high school. With technical skills in the ordinary branches of human learning, it has been your privilege to progress in the knowledge of God and the principles of right moral living. Your consecrated teachers have instilled into your memory, by their very lives, the living example of love of God and love of your neighbor. You will cherish the friendships gained during your high schoo1.days. Re- member your classmates endearingly and your Alma Mater as time passes, May Almighty God and the Blessed Mother guide, guard,and prospereach one of you with many special favors and con- solations throughout your lives. Faithfully yours, 'wr' -'W Reverend John V. Hegenauer, A.B., M.Ed. Principal .Ag -4 r'-' X7-.3 u .'l"0U' ' ' SHI' "9 - ,Z W, ' ,Qgg L.. , ,M .,'. 1, i K . 1'- .- ' 4 ff A M . FK bw L, . 5 ' 'Z :wi-QQi,.Q::33 .--- , " 'K dw X fm ..- 'f ,. . ,L 5, 'Z i , Q' :lv.HgEg'4,1,'gggA5g'7M,:Qf,Q? .. - ' g... 5 m ,, W., .i,,W,,i .. W . 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KPIlUli'ky lisvflll N1LllIlf'lllillil'S Ill: Ilistnry HI: Iiiulogy FI'l'!4lllIlilll Mmivruturg Pfngliglx IN. U. C. ZH: QC: li1'Iigil7If JSC. Religion 2A, O RIQYICRICYIJ HUIKFHT l'. KLICIN. NB, HFVFRFIND RAYMOND -X. IYNUNI.-XNN. HS 'liurpllx Christi l'11ri1l1. St. Blrllifilfk' Purisll. 'Yvwpm'I. Kvnlm-ky lufllmv. Kl'Illll1'kX' XIHIIUITIIHI' of INQLIHII uf Nlllfyl lulin IX. H. fl:-nvrzll S1'il'Ill'Q' ID: l,llfNil'N I-:Xl Hiulugx I4-I. ff: xlll4'I'if'illl fL1IXl'l'I1IlIl'llI IN. fi. 7 ICHEND LEO F. TRIMHUR. M SI. .lose-pll Parish. Cold Spring. Km-nluvky I'1ll'llHIl ZA. C: History ID: f:4'!ll'l'ill Blll 5 Xfgxf-, ,s 5, 55 - ? m suulmlt smile-s when il Prnt-Qt VIVIN il Howl and lIllt'I't'SIlllgL lx'm'tl1rr'. 74a SISTER MARY AQUIN. ll.lJ.l'.. .'X.l3.. VA. SISTICR Nl.-XHY SCIIUI,-XSTIQIX. lI.U.l'.. xdYlllll'1'tl .'Xlgm'lm1 ISA: liwvuklwe-pingi -I-li. IGH NH.. NI..-X. md C. Type-writing: 'LIS uml C. XB mul C: SIIIIHIIRI Hi uml if. x f xr SISTER MARY ICIVCIIARIA. C,D.I'.. NIA. SISTER MARY MLA'l'lN.-X. C.D.P.. .-MB.. NH' lmglml nn: .'xlllt'I'il'illl l1aS1.,fy:a.Ax.1a.r:. lAilH'11fi1"1- 'IW' 1'fVil'fHfv'5'11ff- a 'Me 7 MR. JAMES R. CONNOR. A.B.. M.E. St. Joseph Parish. Cold Spring. Kentucky Ancient History 1Ag Physical Education 1 and 23 Athletic Director: Head Basketball and Baseball Coachg Assistant Football Coach. MR. GEORGE HIGDON. B. Mus. Blessed Saerainent Parish. Fort Mitchell. Kentucky Director of liturgical Singing. sg., H, MR. JAMES MICHAEL LIBER. B.S. St. Clement Parish. Cincinnati. Ohio Physiology lA. B. C, D, 2A. B, C3 Head Foot ball Coach. f MR. FRED J. CIANCIOLO. B.M.. M.M. St. Cecilia Parish. Cincinnati. Ohio Master and Leader of the Band. N ff 4 if f 43165 if V if r ' 1' The Col+'s desfiny is 'Phe winner's circle. The Cafholic Freshman's desfiny is a CI1ris+ian genileman. 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Rivhard Carr Jerry Dougherty Frank Emmerich Larry Crausv Lvonarrl Hogan Dennis Hoffman Kenneth Huss ,lon .lurgc-ns Charles Kallmt-yer Ce-raltl Kaufman James Knapke Richard Knarr Eugene Kuehne Buford Martin Daniel Mc-1-han James Berhiet Charles Bogart John Breitenste-in fl Q Terry Brennan P. Donald Buhr -,J ' A it i 'wtf' E i 3 in Nuff fs, xi X ., . ',,. I I1 I Ln m f 'fl "f A f-si' , - Y AQ V if in M an . ' fa r 'Qs' l ' 3 H alfa Q A , V md r ., , - 3,, x -15 ,IAI ,LV, A M ! , D A l NNI: i s, l- wil B' 3 ' 4 W 1 f Q "' X X, I J Q ve 'M r Q 1 fag' -61? Ni, . t .! I if vi! YV? .-i' if Ea R -0, J' 'ivuiff n 'l l lt ' J: .A XT' Q -dl -if uv ...A x 'H 8' . ,W ,4- s .L J W.. w ' 1 . -f I x 3 E ak I ., at Q if ig in fo J W' i A fy 1 M : - D , -ie .Mask 'Nei f L f 1 ' L Nicholas Carlisle WN , 5 .wi :lf ,,... ?f+'. I in John Molique Ronald Mueller Thomas Murphy Robert Neuroth Michael Pompilio James Plummer Robert Pulsfort William Rauckhorst Robert Ruck Gilbert Ruiz John Schierer Paul Schreiber Thomas Seither Thomas Steffen Robert Stulz David Taeuber David Winters David Ziegler Robert Zimmerman Donald Zink John Fassel Thomas Fassler Carl Frommeyer Richard Frommeyer George Frommeyer ' V The President of Sophomore' "B," Bob Panko smilvs at his Capable ha-lpvrs. Vice- Presidf-nt Paul Purcell and Secretary Gary Ste-gman, n. K , AA A . X 1 3 ' in V if X A 'J V6 I H. i 9 A. L 'if' 4 lb AA.. Kenneth Gaukvl Ronald Holluran 1 ff 'fs R A Q i fs ' V fa Cary Hay Lamlwrt Hx-hman Wayne Hs-hman 4- I R ',f, 'la I fi Ronald l'lude-pohl Paul Knvningvr John Leonard Bvrnard Lutkenhoff if im.-rf Mu.-11.-f ra ,IA 'I Frank Musk ,V A William Nlvfllalimi ' Rob:-rt Panku . 'J ' 2 A ' F5 Richard Nadickshvrnd fi A R ii i ., -rg W.. LE, 5- Fi . ,J ,ffl ..F', " F 1 , f .J 10 'li D 1 1 L E ,,,, ,A V ' 3 I I 1 t I Y X f' 2 1-nt i l Q X 1 '- 1,1 ii Hr 9 3 1 2' Q ' A . . : l f I 1 ,6 .f vm' ' fi ' W '- ,x v ' " 4' 1 YA w -' .,. mi. 1 .,' K r. mf ,Q X , is 1 Kenneth Walsh Wendelin West James Wilson S -6 Michael Bauman Vernon Barnett Richard Benken 13 Q -K x si I Q . ,, 4- a X N Ronald Panko Dewey Peluso John Pfaff John Poston Paul Purcell Albert Quitter Joseph Rademaker Robert Schmidt William Schuetz James Schulkers Thomas Schwierjohann Robert Sparks Richard Spegal Gary Stegman Joseph Trentman Victor Cable William Clark Dale Davis James Edwards Ronald Glahn 1 xx. it . Q., ' , . 01 dj' 6 ,- .- ' rf a Y X J 1 iam 'K fi , Q MQ .. Li if ,f if ai , , di Alfred He-gc-ner Raymond Heitzman Robert Kaufman 'T ' , E. A 'S' Maurice Meister '49 M -+5 W I Wilbur Ochs J f. f . Q 5 la V Robert Potter -od i 41 1. ' " 1 - -.1 . :A Howard Roser 0' If 5 ' l H- 3 'A t Richard Sanzenhacher Sophomore "Cs" President Mike Bauman talks over plans of importance with Vice President Dale Davis, Secretary Maurice MCIQICF and Treasurer Bob Vere! Q AP'- if. .1 Y le 4 Gerald Staley 1' Michae-l Townsley 1 ' 1 x A'-1' gi ,Q .5 at i . - dim- L r we ,.r. i 'if ,. ,limf AS' 'l . A ra- f Robert Verst Edward Vocke William Vocke Till! Tl E The Racer seeks a corruptible crown. The Catholic Junior. . . an incorruptible one -tw is 1 L his 'Q 1" . " ,f 4 l 1 -x z x ax, I E ,. S .nfl ,Q I Z . if :ff i, fr ff 4 QSM! rt I .3 an,-g,, N94 ' .W'fT"vL he 'R 'T1'f::QW"'lG 1- 8 lv A- James Bartlett A K V- V William Beringzer , i i f . ii Richard Calhoun Jerome Fc-eller Nivholas Funaro James Goodwin '22 r 5? ,gas K it if Harry Bosley 3 HQ' James Callahan 0 Ronald Davis mm Joe Stautberg, Presidentg Roy Stevens, Vice President and John Peeno 5e1relary talk over big business plans for active Junior "A." Ferd Grau Paul Haney B Lawrence Hehman qw' V Robert Henderson Leo Huesman John ,lung if Aw? ' ,fa 4 ll ,-XFX ' ' S il .sa v B If if Vo' 'tr' 4 f Rohert Kamp 'tg A ' 0 cauca- W- I 'W X 19. ,Jn ,lohn Klare . f- ull' -.I nf Ronald Konen f T' , . ff 1.-,, ,V 'xi V tg W, I ' .. uw A L ' lv - 1 Q 1 Q A Ronald Langenbrunn-r f 'J l I ,-l' James Maher I .E 54331 ? 5 ' R Charles McCarren l AQ A . 'sv ii all ,X at V . Theodore McCormick f"4w,i N., -3 "mu Qi ' ,, f Thomas Messmer 'Q , P g William Neuroth - 'Z Q, John Pea-no . 'X , ' 1 at 4 - s ii '95 R 5 1 W lol N 51 f A , if al and ' f x .aw 75 l a , kim ! W , ..V, T5 V 0 l i ell' mi 4 M5 1 K Y f . 'Y N 3 , ' . 1 Nh' t t. ' ' 31' .ati , ig X X , in I 7 ii 'fi I 5 1 H 1 Z ix x ll 3, 3 W , A il I -1 f glf.,,.iLJ as S M in Q l H ia, M to W W - Robert Pikar Richard Riesenberg Edward Salzer Howard Sampson Robert Schneider Barry Schoepf Carl Schuchter David Schuler Richard Schultz Joseph Stautberg Leroy Stevens Dennis Tehan Jerome Welsche Layton West William Young ,aa MA, MN . .s x-ww 1 ' "w K' cl N X wx .. 'Q 'P' 9' sp r llolwrl All:-n ' , 2 . Al Kramn-r Prr-sidvnt of Junior "ll" lmlels an Air Form' pamphlvt In point mul nu fu' 5 l thing to Vice' Pre-si1lf'nt ,lim Bowen lillll Svrrvlary Juv Nlcffartlly. L , . ' My ,A Y H ii' i A Roh:-rt llc-rling f ,K-X 'sg.Y?l'sl ,l2.lIllt'S Huw:-n T? , flh- x s V , ' 1' l an Q 'asm G:-rald Gramm-r ' Rnnalml I"lllt'llt'I'lS A S. ww I .x ,1 'm Q. '- ff g ii -a ,A ' W Y. ., K x "" '23-T,Q2Sl ' ' 2Jl"?S2if.Tl" l ,Q ja' fl, 1 V . L' V- . f I Q ,Q I 'VU .1 a fi at 'pn 1.0, .3 I 5 4 ,I QQ! PX - ' Q l l lJ .0 As , .li Ads M19 , I- iz ,Ia A M C: 'Nm .... Q, Q. , .21 Sf.. ,E Ar gg 4 Q il i -- v7 'H 3 .. ill ' sl 4 . J if ,R M V. +.g fig-Ln, "-" 1 ,g 'v I W3 L Y mi .ak ,mf Fdwurrl Ke-urns Hunalrl Ke-lla-y Alla-n Kramr-r ll:-rnurml Krumr r Rug:-r Krivgm- jusvpll Nlvffurllly l.:-slvr Nlvflraw Tllflllllii xll'l'bllUll Ulvnn Nl:-yvrs Ce-rzllml Nlmnpm-r . '-All Paul Bosvlwrt A V L A Edward Boy:-r ' ' -jug A"LL',LLV in A D Max Braun ' if 'Y Arthur llrnwn - V -, , A . ij llanivl llurns Q , ,. If I I f I ' x 5' VJ John Bulls -a A r 5 - 1-in Bum Y . i F in , , f , Leroy Davis "' W F. ' , mix' K TT- Michael Early qi - aa "ar q i ' -A V Leroy Edwards PQI I. x r E - s ,r J Edward Frf-udf-nbc-rg 2 inf". FT sc ,arm ,V . .-In R -,A .i G - r - C ff ' 'wg,7n,W 3, in gi a ry Junior "C" is capahly run by Presidvnt John Butts, Vive Prf-side-nt Max Braun and Secretary Jerry Beiting. xx Y , "5 , - Dominic Callicvhin Q A V' N gf" tr Y 1' Q' 5 L,Lr James Cvrrein W Leroy Kinman I' N iii' Roger Lednnnv If 1 . A 44 . fi 4' X . - A Gerald Nr-line-r 0 it 'Q ""' 7 l 'R A ,Qi Dani.-1 Rim-h ,J ,,.. Q 1 'M fi gf' 1 lf Q - L l': 3 Ce-rald Srhwaln ,-f ,,,a Q---.. Naphuiss' i '43 I L ,"' Thomas 51-Plwr , 1, ff, Avaluuj H, , -:" , Jrronw Wolkm' - L 4' i wwf, :,V -A-Im, V 7 '4-.. , , i 5 -'- 606044 Man O'War . . . The champion of Champions. The Cafholic Senior . . . The Champion of Christ 51, '34, Q' it my 45 H aff' ' I , T 'Ka K y, ,. ,J 3 .".I 'M 4 Mr: H' " W F t . lf' 'ldv' f, 'Y ., , 'Q ' - . A ,fT". . " ,... V," L ' 40'f,f-,ff , usnunink xii" ' A Nqwi f . , ' N44 g A-+5 -jg: up . V f i T 'A 7, K' 'A , 158.0 Y Z Q E ,xssiiwliiti . g fx r M ry .K ik.,-I x if. L R A H I C N , ' V FJ: "Wu wb ' , 'f . l"'2'2v'-Q' 4- fx - ' Z ' if Q-,we .- K - - J X f 'X .i f " . ' '- -fir 4' U if 'L .Ky k g' y Q3 i Af 71,9 iiefgjauwfgfvf x a ,Pg Vid fr- -V A . T. '1 ' -ww" . 4' "' z e gf. My - i C f - C u 1 42, iiwiiii , liffiivs f,. L 'Zigi Q 5252 :Li Vg' Lt' nw saggy f , ,M A Q' .- ll ..fi4li"". F X, f itz' V . ' lltumi 'ti' 'Z KENNETH D. ARLINGHAUS St. Mary, Basilica of the Assumption Parish Covington, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2 Intramural Basketball 3. CHARLES H. BAKER St. Francis DeSales Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 44: Library Staff 1, 2. WILLIAM E. BANKEMPER St. Joseph Parish Cold Spring, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4-. SAMUEL A. BAUER St. Joseph Parish Cold Spring, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4-5 President IA, 2A, 3B, 4-Bg THOROUGHBRED Annual Award 2, 3, YCS 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Thoroughbred 2, 3, 4-g Football 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Basketball lg Baseball 4-Q Prom Committee and At- tendant 3. FRANK G. BAUMANN St. Bernard Parish Dayton, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4-. DONALD L. BECK St. Therese Parish Southgate, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1Bg Foot- ball 1, 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4. N ORBERT L. BECK Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky N CH 1, 2, 3, 4. l LAWRENCE L. BURKETI' St. Vincent DePaul Parish South Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 PAUL F. CARR Immaculate Conception Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4-. RONALD P. COONEY St. Mary of the Assumption Parish Covington, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 45 In tramural Basketball 3, Basketball 4. DOBERT C. DAVIS Immaculate Conception Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Prom Committee 3, Intramural Basketball 4. THOMAS J. DORGAN St. Vincent DePaul Parish South Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4. Q NX -wt X 'Q --'x Q., 'r E P JOHN J. DR ISCOLL St. James Parish Ludlow. Kentucky NCH 1, 2. 3, 4: President 3A: Treas- urer LLC: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. +1 CHARLES H. DUPONT - t X St. Bernard Parish f ' Dayton, Kentucky fb: NCH 1. 2, 3, 4-: Vice President 2B. f Q v ,ff l N JEROME J. DURKIN Immaculate Conception Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4. E' JOSEPH O. FARRELL St. Anthony Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 2, 3, 4-g Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Prom Committee 3. THOMAS F. FERRING Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary 4C Thoroughbred 3, 4: Football 4g Base ball 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 3, 4 Prom Committee and Attendant 3. JEROME J. FINNEGAN St. Therese Parish Southgate, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 1. 1 ARTHUR N. GEIGER St. Therese Parish Southgate, Kentucky NCH 2, 3, 4. 1 l ii, 5 A , J Q DONALD M. GERREIN St. Stephen Parish ' Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4g Football lg Legion of Mary 43 Prom Committee 3. Z' 6' 43, X LAWRENCE D. GIBSON St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, Football lg Intramural Basketball 3, 4g YCS 1. if-rr DAVID E. GOETZ St. Benedict Parish Covington, Kentucky NCH 3, 4. I if 4 JAMES I. GRONECK Corpus Christi Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH I, 2, 3, 4g Golf 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 4-. L f is gs, PAUL E. GRONEI-'1-:LD if-..,, St. John Parish Covington, Kentucky YCS Ig Intramural Basketball 3 15 . Q Q NCH 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, I X X J' iv' "Y!"'P +L. n ,i ROBERT W. HALDERMAN St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4.. GARLAND L. HEHMAN Immaculate Conception Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLARD L. HEHMAN St. Vincent DePaul Parish South Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basket ball 3, 44. CHARLES J. HERINCER St. Anthony Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Golf 3, 4. 4531, W , EDWARD J. HICKMAN St. Bernard Parish Dayton, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 13 Prom Committee 3. LAWRENCE E. HORSTMAN St. Bernard Parish Dayton, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1. sg THOMAS MORE J. KAMPSEN St. Benedict Parish Covington, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 qw is GERALD A. KATZ Immaculate Conception Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 4. ls I FRED W. KESSLER St. Benedict Parish Covington, Kentucky NCH 1, 2. 3, 43 Football 13 Basketball lg Prom Committee 3g Library Staff 1. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4-. Y'-v . e , Y 1 1 X 1 Q f f 6 ARTHUR C. KILMER Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4: YCS 2: Football JOHN A. KLINE Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4g Thoroughbred 2, 3. DAVID J. KRIEGE Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3, 4. S .1 li VINCENT R. KROGER St. Joseph Parish Cold Spring, Kentucky NCI-I I. 2. 3. 4: Baseball 3. 4. f. CARROLL A. LAKER St. Therese Parish Southgate, Kentucky NCH 2. 3. 41: Intramural Basketball 4. fi WILLIAM P, LITTLE St. Bernard Parish Dayton, Kentucky NCH I, 2, 3, 43 Library Staff I. 2. 3. RONALD J. LOSEY Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE J. LU DWIG St. Anthony Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2. TIMOTHY J. MCCABE St. Mary, of the Assumption Parish Covington, Kentucky NCH 1, 2. 3. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Football Correspondent 4. Q!""" JAMES A. MENETREY Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1. 2. 3. 4: Second Awards 1. 2. 3. WALTER L. MENETREY St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky mural Baskethall 4. PAUL .l. MEYER St. Joseph Parish Cold Spring, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 2Cq Base, ball 1. 2, 3. 4-. x ix f Nt H I 1. 2. 3, 4, President 2C: Foot- ball 1. 2, 3. 4-1 Basketball lg lntra- ll 251 Lu f JAMES J. MILLER Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue. Kentucky NCH 1. 2. 3. 4: Secretary 4B ROBERT N. NEIDENBACH St. Frzlrlvis DeSaleS Parish Newport. Kentucky NCH 1. 2. 3. ll: Library Staff 1. PETER P. NEISES St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1. 2. 3. 4: YCS 1. 6, N --.sf X WILLIAM A. NEWMAN St. Joseph Parish Cold Spring. Kentucky NCI-I 1, 2, 3, 4-2 Football I. KENNETH P. NIEHAUS Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3. 43 President 4Ag Current L- Q-f,..l Events Awarcl 3: YCS 2: Legion of Mary 1: Football 2, 3, 413 Thorough- bred News 1: Prom Committee 3: In- tramural Basketball 3, 4g Delegate to Boys, State 3. GEORGE W. NILES Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball Ig Legion of Mary 4g Intramural Basketball 3. 4. 'E ll. ,K .gg-,.,, 1, ,t - New an RICHARD C. PANKO Immaculate Conception Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 441 Vice President 2C: Football 1. DONALD L. PARKER St. Vincent DePaul Parish South Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 13 Intramural Basketball 3, 4. WILLIAM L. RAAKER St. Vincent DePaul Parish South Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 43 Legion of Mary 1, 2: The Thoroughbred 1. . .Z as. ffafif 1.. W, kj., . go. ., JAY M. RICE St. Therese Parish Southgate, Kentucky NCII 1, 2, 3, 41 Secretary IB: Legion of Mary lg YCS Ig Football lg Prom Committee 3: Baseball 3, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 3, 4-. PAUL J. RUWE St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4-g Treasurer 4-Ag The Thoroughbred 4-g Football 3: Baseball 3, 4-3 Prom Committee 3g Intramural Basketball 41. a '-I NICHOLAS T. SARGE St. Vincent DePaul Parish South Newport, Kentucky I NCH 1, 2, 3, 4. inf VICTOR A. SCHEBEN St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL B. SCHEIDEL St. Anthony Parish Belle-vue, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Intra- mural Basketball 3, 4-. RONALD A. SCHIERER Corpus Christi Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2. 3, 43 Chemistry Award 3. 'F 1 DAVID A. SCHNEIDER Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue. Kentucky NCH 1, 2. 3, 4. Treasurer IA: Presi- dent 2A. 3A, 4C: First Honors I. 2. 3: History Award 3: Current Events Award 3: Football I. 2: Baseball 2. 3. 4: Basketball I, 2, 4: YCS 1. 2: Chairman of Prom Committee 3: Dele- gate to Boys, State 3. 89 ROBERT G. SCHNEIDER St. Augustine Parish Covington. Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 4: Basketball Ig Football 1, 2. 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 4. DONALD R. SCHUERMAN St. Therese Parish Southgate, Kentucky NCH I, 2, 3, 4. Jw a- 8 Qi- I CARL J. SCHULER St. Augustine Parish Covington, Kentucky YZ7' NCH 1. 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4. RAYMOND J. SCHWIERJOHANN St. Bernard Parish Dayton, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3. 4-3 Treasurer 1A: Prom Committee 3g Intramural Basketball 4, DANIEL W. SHEA St. Vincent DePaul Parish South Newport, Kentucky NCH 1. 2, 4-g Baseball 3, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 3, 4. JOSEPH W. SIMON St. .Ioseph Parish yu-Y Q-r Cold Spring, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basket- halI3,4. WILLIAM A. SMITH Corpus Christi Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH I, 2, 3, 4-g Intramural Basket- ball 4. THOMAS M. STERN I I"" f St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH I, 2, 3, 4-Q Treasurer LLB. 4 ROBERT L. TERLAU Holy Cross Parish Covington, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 3: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 CYO Representative 3: Prom Committee 3: Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4. CARL A. TOEBBE St. Augustine Parish Covington, Kentucky NCH 1. 2, 3, 4. JAMES J. TONNIES Corpus Christi Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice President IA: Honor Student 1, 2, 35 Legion of Mary 4g Intramural Basketball 3: Football 3 l X 15? ,M FRED J. TRENKAMP t St. Augustine Parish N' f Covington. Kentucky NCH 1, 3. 4: lntramural Basketball 1 is .5 3. 4. LOUIS 0. TUNGET Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1. 2, 3, 41 Intramural Basket- ball 3. RONALD R. UEBEL St. Therese Parish Southgate. Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4-Q Intramural Basket- ball 4-. WILLIAM W. VOGT St. Barnard Parish Dayton. Kentucky NCH 3. 4: Baseball 4. """3 RICHARD T. VON DERHAAR Sacrccl lleart Parish Bellevue. Kentucky NCII I. 2, 3, 43 YCS 2: Football I. 3. CHESTER C. WAGNISII Corpus Christi Parish Newport. Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice President 4C: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I: ln- tramural Basketball 3. 4. I I I -,M .3 I Q4 ' , . ,Ou v, fx "1',rly'l4lll1' 7 ' I 11,5 li .3 :' frla ffl 'Ili H55- ii' nf!! v XY ff' ff 'Jmfzlll HOWARD H. WACNER St. Benedict Parish 'Cr'- Covington, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4. DANIEL L. WARD St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3. THOMAS C. WARD St. Stephen Parish Newport, Kentucky NCH 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3. Q' RICHARD W. WEBSTER qt.-1, Sacred Heart Parish Bellevue, Kentucky I NCH 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, :sg Intra I mural Basketball 4: Secretary ZA. l X X X X RICHARD V. WELLER St. Anthony Parish Bellevue, Kentucky NCH 1. 2. 3. 4-: YCS 3: Thoroughbred News 2, 3, 4-g Football 1, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3. Q r up LEROY WHITEHEAD Corpus Christi Parish my Newport. Kentucky A G NCH 1. 2, 3, 4: The Thoroughbred 2. 3g Thoroughbred News 2. 3. 4: Prom 1 Connnittee 3. .5 .Y if 5. 1 GERALD E. WIELAND St. Vincent De-Paul Parish FRANK D. WROBLESKI St. Bernard Parish Dayton. Kentucky NCH 1. 2. 3. 4: Footbal Intramural Basketball 4. ,J X South Newport. Kentucky NCH 1. 2. 3. 4. l 1. 2, 3, 4: I JN- x X, ,c x ffff it 4 1 x N f-CL' X W if-gf-1 X ll 6' gn. .a.! 7-441 7 fdaz E . E -' ' K'-'E Fr, 'l'rimlmr QIIVNIIUIIQ il flmlvnl t'tlll1't'l'lllllQ1 IZIIQLIINII ZL. .X U m ' I, u u , Q N " , ll 6 Q ET X4 nlhmkkv-4-pillg: llvlp- llll' fulurv IUIINUIKW-lllilll of ilu- wnrhl. -auf Sr. Mary Mquin. gqgsqkg . 5 N-f N l'r. l.zlH5' vllllgllllvllx the- Nfllilflllw of I'l'1'SlllllilIl N on the Th" "l"1"V1"H'ilfW !l""'X'A"f"l' "W f" I'lU'l" VW' Nlmm uf rhq- HI.--N1-li Irmnv. Fr. Uullllwllll- 5 1 7. 1 Um' of Hr. Lilwrk pllyfiolngy stud:-nts 4-xpluim Ihr- fligrwlivz- -yxle-nu. 'Xl 1 vxvvpl NNN 'K I S..- g l'r, Itgurl re-wule tlu- lllllxl 'nmn II u xlnlx of "X U W .f 'b-4' g l'r Ralllx v0llIl .fe W ye?-A g ' 1.4 is . I3 -Q., aw.. Q.-1 duumw -' V 5 ' 5 am iIIIlHll'lLllll faxvl uf lluwrnxm-nt. Tln- IlIyNl!'l'y offihm-llli-l1'y is llrxfwlmlwl Ivy l'1l'.AIill0gIlll'. I'llNl yvzu' ICIIQIHSII if unnlhn-r uf Fr. liwixlgfs many tasks. NIV. Mm .wr m-r pub lhn- l'llyxi1'ul lfmlllvaulinlx vlusg lllfllllglll lhv va n 1 1 Fr. ,llillriill 1-xpluins "lln- law nf wirmvf' in Trigiuxmlm-lry 1-lass. 4-' Tha' nuiw of lllv Iypvwrilm'r nvwr rIliIYS1lllInillQ Si4ll'l' Fvhulas- ,H-4-, Iivuk vluv. li I mn 1l1'1'Hl'llillgj In l'r, Klum-, lx an llll!'l'l'rfll1,LI lmlglluge-. 'R K""h . , , mmm'-,rg-1 if ' ' ' ' A ' Sr. FllChlil'ill smile-s nn hvr vlusf ui on Ilu- glnlw. A Y,,,,,,-- 1-HIS poll!! out ll plum- Gm' lim-'F in s 44" an W' lr XMml4-ln liQlllll'llN Iite'mIlm- with hh illllxtrnle-ml il1te-rprv- Gvrman Flaws gm-s swiftly whvn Fr. Fnlfwlaly 1-xpluim it. 3 s a . 1 V ug v ,x,?,"A7, . f - , A H+ Lam i fa' 'Qz ' """--.V . if fkf1'!12 D vii, 15... """'l2iu...h f M -.53 f-'Fx ff " "IF I""'i"'l V LW!" il' WWI "V'l"V IV? FV- n'W'fi'Hl- Fr. Crivsingvr le'af'l11's thv Il'lll'WL1yHflifl' in rr-Iigiun VILINQ. Xlargrvl HHH-llllill. ,Ioyvv Uvyvl' mel Nlurilyn N1-in-S lukv a llfkilk A' ring thq- busy day. .Y tl. ,X X --L N f 1, 'Qs' 5 , Ill K'll'i1llS ilu' difh--5 for Ihn- hunf-r' i'Hromls" who always man- r-Y nga- lo gvl lhvlll rvul mlirly. "Pup" sm-rm to ln- sm-lling thx- milk to the camera :ls if il is any nlln'l'sIl14ln'nt. xx .1-. Y:- L. ,Y f ?"3? .xft mi Q vb . L-1 .1 -X can 3 Un Ihr- sznm- day Our liishup ml:-divzm-s ilu- statuv of Our l.auIy. Nh-flialrix nf all Cram-. 'X L 3 s 5 k The' Must Rt'Yl'Y'l'Ild W'illium T. Nlulluy. INT.. llishlvp uf Covington. clvdivatvs tht- ne-w N:-wporl lfuthulix' lfhupvl honor- ing: Saint TIIUHIHF Morv. ffxr-fix n 1 tr.-7 . vii? 'Me Sam: 74ama4 77Zofze 644,066 The THOROUCHBREDS lu-gin the-ir day with the- Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the Chapel. l GAL 1 g g! 4 if f , fi k W -rf . 2 - THE BREAD Oli' LIFE!! With this blessing. C0 . .. -'fm' -Ax Aflvr school many slumlvnts gather in thc- vhapvl for Bene- "In1he name of the Father , , ," diction. 1 an 'l'IIOR0l'I3lII4RICI1 ANNI TAI, Q1'z1I1'4l. I1-fr In right: Iyillll Rum-, IIN. Ilunivl I,:1lly. MmIn'l'z1lu1': Slllll l31111e'r. l'f1l1lo1'g Nm, H1-1111 1.111-1111. xIfHl4'l'lllUl'1 ,lvrry Killlrlllilllll 111111 Philip Hnyw. Stumliugz H1-lm llwrulv-r-1111. Hill Nl'lITl I llyfllll WW'-l.J111' Slzllltlww-141. lnm I'l'l'l'lIlQI. Daw 51'llllll'l'. H1111 linux. 'l'll0li0l'fQIll3RI'fIJ NEWS lllwmtz I.z1rry Ile-1'm,u. Iuny l,ilUllll't'I, R111 Ne-11r0Il1. Run Twlll'Il1'l'. R1-xp In- lzgurt. ximie-111111 Nliulflla-3 l.1'r1w Wl11t1'l11'11ll. H1-I1 Il!'lHll'l'N4lll, I,z1vl1'11 Wwl. N1-14114111 XN1'H4'l'. I',4llllII', I11111 lwkulu ICJ Hulw-I. Hill li11111'kl1n11I. 'Nlilu' lfurly. liuvkr .I-11-S11111lIw1'g1. SIPUTI- l'f1lil111'. 11ml .lllI11l'- llvuu, 1-11, WJ 911 I C5 cs Q .. Sm-1111-11, lm-fl to right: juvk NI1'Kivrnan. Ed. Hr-og. Dick Zi111n1e-rn1a11. First row, stand- ing: 1Iil11 fi111l11m'rl11u11, Paul liu:'111i. llivk Hvssvllmrovk, Ralph Thivry, Bill Vvnablr Paul Im-cllh-, Ifhuvk 0'l31'iQ-11, Denny SI'lli0I't'I'. Se-vond row: Rvv. Lu- Egart. Mudvr- zllnrl Um111m'll 501111:-ide-r, Ron Hlal11f'l1m'l. Cary Harris. Howard Tha-ls, Frank U4'l1ll11an, Emi FllZWt'il1'T. .luvk Kan-lin. RQ-v. Robert Klvin, NI0llt'l'i1l0I'. egckw ,,' 1 ,s-'Qi ! ml? N 1 1 I Pmu 'NN ll - Pank Illilll. Rm-v. Roll:-rt Kle 1 1 f r 1,011 NI:-4-Ilan. Bvrl fjlll tl urn 1 I.:-ft tn right: IIUI1 ru 1111 1 1 '-ITNXQ -" 3' 1 i 37, 1 X wg f 5 -NA es 10 b -4 F - tlv 1 Q 162119, F: i i f' ij , f, l ! ' -i ' 3 ..J 2 ir, 2 I .494 4? , 1 14 -ff-up S , I I .1 H1 ,iff sf' 39,9 w: Q54 mm ' f if 5,:wlN.Ql . L G0 A: Cttf 1 6. is Jn va ' u g ,,........, QPQQ IZANII Pu I rms left In ll hl Ralph 'l'lIil'I'y. ,luv l5urkhurslI. john llnmiwilm. ,lulm Hzmtu. Nlikv P!'lll't'. IH II! llxml lie-nkvn. 511-01111 row: lluwurnl Finmn. Nurlr l3vl'kr'lm'ym', W'illu1r 0111, HI nv x I,1llDllll'1'i, Ur:-ggury Sc'lmplm'y4'l'. 'Vllird row: lrxin Bmwnll, Fd Enzwvllvr, IIUII 3 rl! P1-II'-. UNIV B1'TliIlQl. Uunnvl Svhru-imlvr, john lfurlislv. Fllllflll ww: Iiml Iltllllillllll l,lll Uuif, Run Hmlvpnhl, Bull Pnllvr. Tvd xll'lIUI'Illil'l'i. unml Mr. Frvd Cizlm-in-lu. -Jw Y- yi' v' ,.s"w- W.,-X, we ,, AAW, K 2253 , , wtf! ,Nga-1 xswcmvf ww i- fwmwnw 'ms 1 5 I U W. IIIIHQIX. "lt sw nh! bile Null 5 is QQQSHQ' as mb f 1 Q W 'Vim A 1- f-. Ili Xllla NVIIHHI, N-.mx-fl, lfil In rlglll: Iwlfl Ill'lIlxillIll'. lwm Nw-Inv. f.l.1I'1'll1'1' Ui VIIUH . , . . I , . ' V Q. 'S I. . . .Q 2. 'I NM-Ikf,IM-11.1111N-I1u.'rm4ua, jk 4273: 'Hn' l'l'1m1-zlriv I.-Ulv prwxpvwll- Ir' ,luv FIJI Aff'fX l 4 . l 2, ll af, Ji. 'Q' .LL l " F as W-gf 'v-.Jing T O? 1 .lv 5. x ,ig-13 l A ke A , 1,5 " f 5151 afgaii ff? iw ,. 'P' " . 14 V is if 'il ,4 ' at it 1 i 'f , x- gp"ffS'5?' v 3" ' 'gi W m y ,KX Qvmwq 'q T n 'XA 0 gwfrfk-14,,5 1 1 ii' 'nn'-4' 4' 1 14 - . r ' 1 -Q' w hge get 5 Q 'K H., 'ggi I-Q' in 52 552.0 ,rJiW'9 .. -'Kv ,lf H. 1 A 1 . 4 ' , 6 jfl'Y5f" ' x 1 N H. X ,559 - ' Ge. VARSITY FOOTBALL First row, left to right: Paul Schreiber, Cary Stegman, John Sena, Bob Schneider, Barry Schoepf, Dick Spegal, Dick Riesenberg. Second row: ,lim Liber, Coach, Bob Schneider, Captain: Paul Cronefeld, Chester Wagner, Walt Menetrey, Frank Wrobleski, Dave Taeuber, Frank Emmerich, Charles Kallmeyer, Sam Bauer, Jim Connor, Assistant Coach. Third row: Joe McCarthy, Manager Ron Cooney, George Frommeyer, Ken Niehaus, Bob Terlau, Vernon Weller. Al Kramer, Jon Jurgens, Jerry Beiting, Wendelin West. Ted McCormick. I ' ' 9 VHKYQF-" 'vfw-em-m,,.,,h ' - L 4 :99 1 i .,j'L - ,- r. - 5, ,f.,,,,.,. 52' , .7 .. , . -1 . .1,r7.Ns ,kms ..-:ii V' fr 1 3 Q 'fy L Mix C , 'raw f " - 'A ' S mm , ,---, ,-- .----. ---ss ,N 'xxx x N NX ie. N C x 5 5 i 'ais- - V -C leg, ' N.C.H. 6 Louisville St. Xavier , 33 TN N C H Belfry ' NCH NCH NCH NCH NCH NCH NCH NCH Won 'S Newport Public Roger Bacon Covington Holmes Sprlngfleld Catholic Erlanger Lloyd Ashland H8lUllt0H Catholic McN1cholas Lost 6 Tied 1 'WTF 'wo- 37 C 14 2 . . . , , T " f 23 . . . , 0 ' ' " ,, . . . e L or 20 . e QM. ...,,, ., 24 ' ' -. it ":- 1 . . . ., ,, ., W 25 ' W ,, . 7 Fir FR ESHN1 AN BA SKIQ'l'I'fliRS st row. ln-ft to right: Daw xv1'lllWOI'lh, lion PIllllllllt'I', Larry Davis, LilWl'1'llC'Q' Nix-nalwr. ,lavk R1l'Kil'l'llllll. Paul Svllsa-l. Rolls-rt Fox. Fm-vurld row: ,luhn Cross. Ray lll'llllH'l'I1lll, Km-n Rm-kvrs, 'llvm be-rre-in. Daw Schultz, Carl G4-rrm-in. Bill Murray. Mallagvr Paul Buvmi. Third row: ,lim Park:-r, 5111 nugm-r litlllillll Slricklvy. ,Im-rry Lupe-, Dvnnis Rosvlrlluglvll. Jim nll'fIZlI'llly. Daw llruuse-, Kun Hogan, Nick Dahindcn. ' Wv gum MARY JO HAYES Sf'niorofA.N.11.l'. 1- L1 fn. f is 5 i ? - J AV, . Q ..g,i,,, V fizf . , , K- . SQ la-urgv 51'llIH'ldl'l4 gl'il1Illilll'4i from N.l..ll. lll IMI. uml is now f'nIl.-m- I X vlllfillv Villa Nfmlnnnn i rx. f 1 kf, " -' Q, ,- KEN NEIHAUS Center l?56 WZ4 RON "Rod" COONEY Halfback 1 "Shir v-"""'g ' . E X., ' x I vm ill I - -1 BQ' 'Hs-',,,,J CHES "Wrench" WACNER Guard I PAUL "Gr0na" CRONEDELD TOM FERRING VERNON "Bang-Bang" WELLER Guard Halfback Tackle WALT MENETREY End awww 7956 1 2 X I' , A .4 ,W K ffyfi' I nv FRANK "Polack" WROBLESKI BOB TERLAU Tackle BOB SCHNEIDER Captain Halfback 3 SAM BAUER Guard -s 1 ll'l'llIl1Ll, lvl! lu rigilll: llllLlI'l4'4 Nlvf I ir lm 'lr l ry 'I'aylur, llnn llnmwy. .lily llrig mm-r. lluw- Krif-gv. l'4'lr' si'llllll'l'. 20 ,A 7' Y.'XHSl'l'Y lI00l'S'l'ICRS lll!'I'1'Il. .lim fllllllllif. fltIil4'llI Run lllum'lu'l. NlilIHlgll'l'. Ftamling: vnll. Kvn Afllllglllillli. l'z1ul Carr. Daw- Fvl1nPi4l4'r. Run lfmgvn 122 WW lol I4 U, Qi ll ICSIQR Y ICS 1fXlllfllS l'u'rI row. I4-ft In riglll: l"r1lnk l'llIlIIIl'l'l1'll. lion I.unge-nlurunnvr. Roy Ft:-wins. l.a1rry 'Ikxy-lur. Nli l'ompiliu, llulv ZllIIlII4'l'INllll. l.arry lll'2lllN1'. S1'f'UlIIl row: lhlw fivglr-r. Ylux llfilllll. Tum Fvillu llnlr lNuvroIl1 Inv R2lIl!'lIl2lli1'l'. ,luvk llutlx. F1-1-mul row: llnn l:l1lIlI'lll'l. xl2HHlLl'l'I ,lim Sl'llllll'i1'l 'll Kl'ilIIl4'l'. Alvrry NX 1-l-c'lu-r. l.ll2ll'l1'- xll'fA11l'l'1'I1..lll1l f.m1nm'. Lugnrll. N f Nlr. .lin .IO ANN ClVIl.F0Yl.I-I Senior 111 N.l1..4. X, ? ' A 1 ff 3 1,4 N iN iNiiN N 1 I.ilwr, Hx-:ui lfouvh, and Hr. jim Connor, Assistant Lumix. mlisvuss plans for thi- pigskin. "Rr:-ik." QQ . F A f Y Diff' R5 'fi G Q' W pf! VNIDFFFI-X'I'lCll - l5Nl'IFIlJ V VNSCOREIJ-ON .An .. TQ T ...5",5q5,' First mw: Ruin-rt F1-rring, Hqlllil 'l'hin-ry. llnlu-rt Fixx, Holm-rt lzQ'l'illQll'l', .lunws i'1lI'iU'F. Hulwrl Jnnvs. Emi H1-ig, Bill Vfhilv, liuli Rmlvrivk. Hill Uuvlz. I.ilM'l'l'!N't' Davis. Se-vorul row: Rivharri fimim'rmun, jvrry Clzmfr. Nui Riltvr. llivk llvwling. ,le-rulcl Sl'ilIN'llf. Frank liruns. Tuny i,1lUilll'1'i i.arry H4-rzogr, Don l'i1unnu'r,,le-rry IH-Ili-. Daw Sl'illlilZ. Tiiirml ruw: Nick DlliliIlliK'l'l, Miko Grvvvr. Hnwurxl Tin-is.joi1n Nim'Kic'rnun. Tum XYil'lIli1'i. Ui-nnis RUst'lliliiLIt'll. li1'UI'gIl' GI'llllSt', ,lim fiLlSii1lIt'l' Paul Sf'ill1H1C'il0T.,iill1 Nlcffzlrfhy. Uvrul4l Lupv. Ilvrt Km-ailing. CiPill'il. FET' ff """ 4 Y RON "Rod" COONEY J AY DRISCOLL Guard Clllfd 'N- CARL "Pete" SCHULER PAUL CARR Guard Forward P BEET' W N.C.H N.C.H. ,Q., . N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N .C.H N .C.H N .C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N .C.H N .C.H N.C.H. N.C.H. .... . N .C.H. N .C.H. .... . N .C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H N.C.H . .... . DAVE SCHNEIDER Forward 69 59 86 67 71 53 94 79 79 67 76 71 58 61 ------.-103 76 95 79 86 59 63 49 KEN ARLINCHAUS Forward DAVE KRIECE Center Wfdetaeq Simon Kenton ....... St. Xavier ............. Campbell County - Hamilton Catholic Roger Bacon ......... Covington Catholic Newport Public St. Henry ............... St. Thomas ........... Divie Heights ....... Highland ........ .....-. Delphos St. John Lockland Wayne Covington Holmes Boone County ....... Dayton ................... Williamstown ....... Hamilton Catholic St. Henry ............... Elder ..................... Covington Catholic Covington Holmes . McNicholas ........... Covington Holmes Campbell County Harrison County Bellevue ,................ Dayton ................... Boone County ....... QQ!! 4 vm, f Q I I v- N-f 5. 1 KRW Wim , xxxRkK ffl S f , , I wha wN"e 'Hg wr MW. .-,, Q x,.f ww 7f-.,A ff 3 Z,,,m,.m,5w:f Mk" - .L wp '-f' Q, v .Agn-as ,W - 5. X -iz! QQ .WEA I A 3 Q ' . " :A X 15:1 ', ,V 'K ur. , ' s .. 4 5744.1 f mf an mf v ,Q . on L HW.. '::k.a . :. nQg '?.f7i3.1' 7 Veg, 1 -1 w,',,,:.:--, - 'IQ cf? 1- Q 1 t .,., iff J imi 7 'yfwz f V . Q53 f 4 Rev Henry J. Janson Rev. Joseph Minogue Rev. John V. Hegenauer Rev John P. Reilly Rev. Aloysius Griesinger Rev Bela Folfody Rev Raymond Broering Rev Raymond Bauman Rev Robert Wendeln Rev. Leo Trimhur Rev Daniel Lally Rev Lee Egart Rev. Robert Klein Rev Robert Rosing Rev. Allen J. Meier Mr. gms. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thiery Stanley Rolf Paul Taeuber John Hamberg Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hehman Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Davis Mr. and Mrs. Joe Niehaus Mons. G. H. Geisen Mr. and Mrs. George Mueller Robert Sparks Mrs. Dolores Sparks Mrs. Anne Stratman Good Luck from C. L. A. Mr. Paul J. Stratman Mrs. Agnes Konen Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer Mr. and Mrs. R. Parker Mrs. T. Sanzenbacker Mr. T. Sanzenbacker Mary Ann Trankamp Mrs. C. C. Sidell Mrs. William Wagner Chester Wagner '56 Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Meiman Helen Kamp Marilyn Kamp Mrs. Mildred Kamp Mr. and Mrs. Robert Momper Rambler Bro. Jack Reising '55 Ed. Knochelman '55 Thomas Messmer '57 Connie Vossmeyer Thomas Stern '56 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stern Bernard Kramer '57 Frank Kramer '48 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burke Ed. Blau Miss Martha Haney Lenora Bacon Myrtle Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pelle Mrs. Catherine Sullivan Mrs. Evelyn Risch Elwood Sullivan Robert Meehan Mr. and Mrs. Frank Quitter Donald Beck '56 Shirley Beck Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kriege Mr. and Mrs. Andy Caldwell James Caldwell '53 Mr. and Mrs. Duke Hoffman Frank Hoffman '54 Ed. Calme '54- William Halloran Thomas Halloran Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kehoe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meehan Carl Wendroth Mr. and Mrs. Edw. G. Heeg Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seither Anthony Paolucci '59 Marge and Joe Branch Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Roell Mr. and Mrs. John Driscoll Mrs. Hagedorn Connie Derrick Carrie Mathias Anthony Mathias Anthony Kovacik James Hunt Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kinsella Mr. and Mrs. J. Zies. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Botts Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stulz Mrs. Eva Roeber Charles Walz Mrs. Wm. Backinger Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lloyd Mrs. Anna Weier Georgia Ann Lewis Charlene Lewis Jim and Mary Ann Tehan Mr. and Mrs. D. Tehan Mr. and Mrs. E. Derrick Walter J. 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O. Birkenhauer Fred Konen Texas Service Mr. and Mrs. George R. Straub Lewis, Lawrence and Bill Straub Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trenkamp. Sr William Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Davis Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blanchet Mr. and Mrs. George Freudenberg Mr. and Mrs. Melville Wolke Hon. Mayor and Mrs. Alfred G. Maybury Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Danny "Beep Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Compliments Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Melville, Jr Ben Vonderhaar John Charles Haney Edward Beringer Frank Pelle Beep" Risch Frank Wrobleski Charles W. McCabe of a Friend Charles Boyd O. Fillhardt Harry Henderson William Schoepf George Schultz Miles E. Hoffman Clarence Conradi James Whitehead Joseph Ackerson Wilfred Schuetz Willard Hehman Maurice Meister Cletus Kaufman Anthony Paolucci Albert A. Mueller E N3 'vw' TED MCLAUCHLIN ,,,,,,7, 7,,L F inancial Secretary ANDY KENDALL ,, Vicr' Presidvn! JIM SCHNEIDER 7,.. President DICK LOHR , , Trvaszlrrfr 15? aunt- 66445 ,,. A SZ audi' MR. CHARLES MCCABE ,7,,,7 H ., . Prfsidvnt MR. HARRY SCHNEIDER , Vice Presidvnt MRS. MARIE QUITTER 7...,.7,,,,,........ Secretary MRS. RUTH BOCART Assistant Svcrvmry MR. ROBERT TERLAU , Trvnsurvr . 1'-..,.,..,,,.'-up-,. .V 1- 2' E X ,- A ,gag Aiilkuqi t. A7 wg MRS. FRANK NIEDENBACK ..................,. President MRS MRS. . JOHN DRISCOLL .RR.... MRS. Vice President Secretary FRANK SCHWAB ,...., ......... T reasurer Congra+ula'rions- +o flue Class of '56 From Your TELEPHONE COMPANY "A Good Place +o Work" Congra+ula+ions +o Class- of '56 BELLEVUE COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK Fairfield and Taylor Aves. BELLEVUE, KENTUCKY Complimenfs of VAN DER VEER MOTOR CO. "Ford Service al' Hs Bes+" 207-209 E. 4+l1 Sfreel' NEWPORT, KENTUCKY Phone Co. l-4090 Complimenfs of AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Now-Two Locafions 7+I1 and MONMOUTH STS. and NEWPORT SHOPPING CENTER "In Newpori' Since I882" NEVVPORT. KENTUCKY Congrafulafionsl Class of '56 HABIG'S PHARMACY Prescripiions and Biologicals 349 Taylor Avenue BELLEVUE, KENTUCKY Co. I-62I I HOLMAN. INC RELIGIOUS ARTICLES CHURCH SUPPLIES JUniper I-5036 807 Madison Ave. COVINGTON. KY. BUILDERS OF HOMES OF DISTINCTION THE W. L. HAY CO. Builders ancl Developers Phone HI I-803l I20 Crown Avenue For'I' Thomas, Ky. BEN S CASTLEMAN Congra+uIa.Hons Kentucky's FINEST Food! Class of '56 A 1 ,-V : ci 1 fs Q- 1 . L '," AAA AND g X15 AVENUE DUNCAN wg' HINES . ,Z LETS ALL FROM APPROVED QESW 32.50 RESTAURANT HDRSE BELLEVUE, KENTUCKY Keeper Deliciously Prepared . . . rw ' I., C'-,...-J CONGRATULATIONS fo Class of '56 F. O. P. CANTEEN NEWPORT NATIONAL BANK BIO MONMOUTH ST. Drive-In Branch Eigh+h ai' Orchard HELLMANN LUMBER AND MFG. CO 32I W. I2+h S+., Cor. Fisk S+. COVINGTON, KY. Phone Hemlock I-OIZI WDW THE CINCINNATI, NEWPORT 81 COVINGTON TRANSPORTATION COMPANY ILEVENTH AN NE BAVARIAN BEST wusHEs BREWING co. EILERMAN'S H HKen+uckYIs Bed for Men and Boys" OI? , NEWPORT, COVINGTON 011f51yEQ,jLwf FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION of CovingI'on 50I-503 MAIN ST.-LATONIA Office 36fh and Decoursey BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY I Q 1,Q 0, A I gffvgl . Q Ik AMERICAS MOST FAMOUS DOUBLE-DECK HAMBURGER . THE ORIGINAL BIG BOY fx ' ' ff L- 'BIG B0 ifrr fi J I , f 'R 1 mv me BRAWNY um f - STEAK SANDWICH 9. 2-L , , C, "Exim .zzff ...J mi . ORDER BY PHONE X - AND TAKE 'EM HOMEQQ I902 ALEXANDRIA PIKE . . . PHONE AX+eI I-9795 Complimenis of WM. C. BETZ SONS W. S. MUEHELENKAMP AND SONS FRED A. ERSCHELL AND SON VONDERHAAR AND STETTER A. C. DOBBLING AND SON Campbell Counfy Funeral Direcfors BANK OF DAYTON Sixfh and McKinney DEPOSITS INSURED UNDER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Co. I-806I Now-pour yourself a glass of U Qla Q' Yes, Wiedemann's exclusive "Hops Fountain" fPatent Pendingl brings you a of premium o fe ' fa "5-1154- ' -,i -E E:-:1,',j,f ...FL .,.,. 5 www E- uzfff HERINGER HARDWARE-APPLIANCES 34I Fairfield-CO. I-3057 Bellevue, KenI'ucIcy GLASER'S PHARMACY Reliable PrescripI'ions -AppropriaI'e Sundries" I0+h and Monmoufh S+. NEWPORT, KENTUCKY HANSER BROS. FurniI'ure, TV and Applian 8I9 MONMOUTH CSS FORT THOMAS FLORIST "Flowers for All Occasions NEWPORT 63 soun-I GRAND AVE. Ju I'II7o Phone Hi I-8049 FORT THOMAS, KENTUCKY Appliances Frigidaire Hoipoini' LOUIS MARX SUMEREL 8: BROTHERS "We OuI'Fi+ +I1e Home" NEWPORT COVINGTON TIRE 81 APPLIANCE 8I'I1 and Orchard S+. NEWPORT, KENTUCKY Co. I46I 3-4 TELEVISION U. S. ROYAL TIRES The Bes+ of Luck fo I'I1e Class of '56 CRYSTAL CHILI PARLOR Chili and Coney Islands 3 Way Our Specially NINTH AND MONMOUTH STREETS NEWPORT, KENTUCKY Congra+uIa+ions +o I'I1e Class of '56 KENTUCKY ENTERPRISE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION EigI'1+I1 and Monmoufh Sis. NEWPORT, KY. KLASERNER'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY I8+I1 and Monmoufh S+reeI's Newporf, Kenfucky-Ax. 62I0 NECCHI ELNA BRANT'S KY. SEWING CIRCLE "Bran+'s Has fhe Town Sewecl Up" Ren+aIs ancl Repairs 27 Pike Cov. JU. I-l330 LAWRENCE RIEDINGER' REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 50I Yorlc S+reeI' NewporI', Kenfuclry COMPLIMENTS of TRAUTH'S DAIRY VESPER PRINTERS HARRY DEITERMAN, Owner 22-24 E. 7+I1 S+. Newport Ky. WELFARE FINANCE CORP. 709 Monmoufh NEWPORT II W. 6II1 Covingfon RIFKIN SHOES Sixih and McKinney Avenue Day+on, Kenfuclry Besl' Wishes FENBERS AND ROSING 734 Monmoulh Sfreel NEWPORT. KENTUCKY KRAMER'S CANDIES I006 Monmoulh S+. NEWPORT, KENTUCKY HE. I-9440 Avoid a Loss lnsure Wifh Haas Everyfhing in Insurance cuaves AND LONNEMANN ADAM C. HAAS JEWELERS 724 Monmouih Sfreef lEslablisl1ed l932l C I 9869 co I-3636 O' ' 3l9 Fairfield Ave. BELLEVUE, KY. Complimenfs of ST. BENEDICT'S CANTEEN COVINGTON, KY. A Pleasanf 'Place +o Recreafe HILLTOP VETERANS CAFE AND HOME I76 Main S+. So. Newporf COLD BEER IN FROSTED GLASSES A Good Time All +l1e Time HE. I-9354 Talce No. 20 Bus MINGES HARDWARE CO Pain'I'-Glass-Toys Furnace Pipe. Plumbing Fi++ings 935 MONMOUTH STREET NEWPORT, KENTUCKY Co. I-805i "Your Pl1armacis'I"' RONALD K. STORN 6+h and Washingfon Ave. NEWPORT KENTUCKY Co. I-0380 Complimenfs of DALE'S SHOES 9I0 Monmoufh S+. NEWPORT, KY. Oualiiy Shoes ZEFF BROS. Jewelers 'I' CIoI'I'1iers W KY. SALES 81 SERVICE I6II1 and Alexandria Pike NEWPORT, KY. HEmIock I -9 I 22 JOE FREDRICK, 'Manager Ph C . a+h d IM Ih co. iifm O' N.wi.'Lf+, I2'I'.m"" ASHLAND GAS 5 OI'- BESTCYQQHES MACEY JEWELRY co. Eighfh and Monmouih Sfs. J. BAI':I5sIvEPEnh'Pgg.prie+or NEWEOSTII IEZTJLUCKY OO I-I840 ' Insurance-Real EsI'a+e THE FASHION BeH'er Wearing Apparel for Women and Children 833 MONMOUTH STREET Newporf, KenI'ucky "Rarin' +o Go" Used Cars ZIMMER MOTOR CO. 559 Pike Sfreef COVINGTON, KY. HE I-4272 Norfhern Ken'Iucky's OnIy DeSo'I'o-PIymou'I'I1 'Dealer MERCHANTS TYPEWRITER CO. 4I5 Sco++ SI'ree+ Covingfon, Ky. EXCLUSIVE ROYAL SALES 'REPRESENTATIVE New Por+abIe and Royfype Supplies AII Makes Serviced AX I-7209 J. H. SCHLOSSER Headquariers for Teenagers Suifs and Spori' Cloihes FRAMS CLOTHES 8I7 Monmou+I1 S+. Newpor'I', Ky. BEST wlsHEs I2EI,fEf,2ZI4feIH ANNS FOOD SHOP GRACE 8: ED'S TAVERN Chicken and Sfeak Se+-Ups 9I'I' and Sarahga Beer-Wine-Liquors Newpod' KY' cAIrIIffIeEa'5?I3 Road Fadiigoilekiigvu FRED'S TEXACO Pick-Up and 'Delivery Service TRAILER RENTALS I8'II1 and Alexandria Pike HEmIock I -9300 MONMOUTH JEWELRY CO 7I9 Monmouih S+. I0'X. Off- Cash and Carry Open 7 A. M. 'Io 6:00 P. M. ALToNE CLEANERS Eoon MARKET CO I-26" I Hrjx lgkaglable 603 Sixfh Avenue I'0i'h AND HAMLET-NEWPORT, KY. DAYTON. KENTUCK U2 Block Easi of Washingfon Avenue, JOSEPH EARLY. Prop. HE--'9799 "Your Florisl"' VICTOR H. BROWN II4 E. Eighfh Sireef NEWPORT, KENTUCKY TRENKAMP'S GROCERY 2I I5 Howell S+. COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Phone HE. I-8043 Co. I-4255 TIEvEs DELICATESSEN BROWN Six+h and Clay THE Ouali+y Day+on. Ky. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST sexe HE' I-9504 CO Quick Delivery Service CPEN mo TO II.oo P. M. DAILY I-9653 94, and Monmoufh Pnce Newporf, Ky. SMITH'S COMPLETE FOOD MARKET KLINGENBERGS Phone He I -8508 502 E. I0+h Sfreef 'Newport Ky. MARK PAINTS HARDWARE GLASS lI+h and PaH'erson S+s. Co. I-69I0 Newport Ky. THE JOHN J. RADEL LATONIA SPRINGS CQMPANY MILK AND ICE CREAM Funeral Direcfors CO' I-0520 Cincinnaii WA. I-0365 SUMME 81 RATERMANN CO., INC. COVINGTON. KY. Newporl' CO. I-8560 Covingion HE. I-4l85 FEY'S CAFE I0+h and Columbia Sis. Newport Kenfuclcy KENTUCKY GRILL VIC SCHEBEN, Proprie'l'or Home Coolred Food Brealc'Fas'I', Dinners, Sandwiches my, MONMOUTH STREET c 3. v RESTAURANT SHE? 2:25, 844 Monmomh IOII1 and Monroe SI. HE- F9337 NEWPORT, KY. oLlvEg'rkEiIIuIiwI:YProp5. HE' "929' Good Luck SUNSHINE HARDWARE OTTO PRINTING COMPANY SUPPLY CO' DESIGNERS-ENGRAVERS 706 Monmouih Sf. NEWPORT. KENTUCKY SI I-5I3 York Sfreei' Newpor'I', Kenfuclcy CO. I-36II We Specialize In Corsages ai Reasonable Prices PFEIFFER'S FLOWER SHOP 720 MonmouI'I'1 SI'ree+ Co. I9297 HOFFMAN FOOD MARKET Fresh MeaI's-Groceries and Produce Frozen Foods-Dairy Producis FRANK AND TCM HOFFMAN, Props. Class of '49 and '50 Cor. Taylor and WaInu'I' S'Is. Bellevue. Ken'IucIry HE. I-9495 JACKS DELICATESSEN 200 Cenier SIree+ BELLEVUE, KY. HE. I-9798 S+ore Hrs. 8-I0 Open 364 Days a Year CLASS OF '48 CompIimen'I's of WILSON'S FURNITURE WOLFF PRINTING WORKS Covingfon, Kenfucky BIHL BROTHERS JEWELERS Diamond Dealers and Spor+ing Goods RELIGIOUS ART 927 M0hmOU+h Newport Keniuclxy CO. I-943 I PETE HUSER Meais-Groceries NINTH AND MONROE Newpori, Kenfucky WILSON'S MEATS Choice Mears and PouII'ry Frozen Foods 328 E. 9+I1 STREET NEWPORT, KENTUCKY HE. I-960I FRANK A. STRATMAN Prescripfion Pharmacies Fourfh and Overfon Sfreef Eigh+h and Overion Sireem' NEWPORT, KENTUCKY I-2458 DESMOND BROS. WALTER M.-PATRICK P. Comple+e Insurance Facilifies 2I7 Fairfield Ave. BELLEVUE, KENTUCKY CO. I-2007 HOLMAN MARKET IZII Holman S+. COVINGTON, KY. HE. I-QI73 Complefe Food Markei Complimenfs of 9+h STREET CAFE 9+h and Rober+s S+. Newporf, Ky. CARL CHALK Complimen+s of Real ES+a+e HUCK 5 Ax. I-7I50 CAFE 946 MONMOUTH NEWPORT. KY 'EVN . if .... 'Q - ' We 9:51 W- 5 F "ry" 4-If 'Y' . ' A "4i""' uv I 1 .Q 1 ' 1 L A Q K ,, V, P Y -of ' DL. 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