Newport High School - Anchor Yearbook (Newport, OR)
- Class of 1956
Page 1 of 104
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Mr. Crabb, Principal of NHS
Superintendent ot the New-
schools, completed his sec-
year here. Always friendly
Willing to help anytime he
needed, Mr. Crabb was Well
liked by everyone. He attended
many student activities through-
out the year.
Working in close accordance
with Mr. Crabb was Mr. Bates.
Vice-Principal of NHS. Besides
his duties as Vice-Principal, he
taught three classes a day, was
Boys' Counselor and Drama
Mr. Crabb, Principal
Mr. Bates, Vice-Principal
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The three member English department
included Mr. Bates--English I and IV and
Speech and Drama, Miss Scott-English I
and II, and Mrs. York- English III and
Iournalism. Working in close conjunction
with these teachers was Mrs. Howes, who
has willingly assisted students of New-
port High School for the past seven years.
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Creative arts in NHS fall under three clas-
sifications: physical, industrial, and fine.
Helping to keep the students physically tit
were girls' P.E. teacher, Miss Hienke, andythe
boys' PE. teachers, Mr. White, and Mr. Iohn-
son. Mr. White also taught two periods of
driver's training. Mr. Iohnson, basketball
coach and assistant football coach, included
general mathematics in his teaching sched-
ule. Industrial arts tor girls of NHS included
cooking, sewing, good groorning, child care
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and marriage preparation, under the leader- ,xy i x e ,ld
ship of Mrs. Barber. Mr. Kirkman's shop class
Worked with woods, metals, plastics. and
leather. Stressing the fine arts, the third de-
partment included Miss Luebke's four art
classes, which offered first to fourth year
training, Mr. Sandsmark's three afternoon
chorus classes, and Mr. McCoy's band instruc-
tion. He not only conducted the high school
band but also instructed small instrumental
groups and organized a swing band. In addi-
tion to her four art classes, Miss Luebke was
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To broaden student concepts of world
conditions, Mr. Erickson taught Freshman
Social Science, and Miss Lambert dis-
cussed American History and Social Prob-
lems with Iuniors and Seniors.
Physical sciences included Biology I,
Chemistry, and General Science by Mr.
Morrow. In addition to teaching one Gen-
eral Science class, Mr. Guthrie revealed
the science oi mathematics through Alge-
bra I and II and also Plane Geometry.
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Mrs. Grogan, office secre-
tary, has a different girl to
help her during each of the
six periods during the school
day. Girls taking office prac-
tice as a course learn to check
and record attendance, handle
deposits, and answer the tele-
phone. To be qualified for of-
fice practice, a girl rnust be ei-
ther a Senior or a lunior and
have taken at least one year
Miss Mink's Bookkeeping
Miss Ivfink, Mrs. Percey, and Mrs. Grogan
prepared students for future jobs in the com-
mercial field. Miss Mink taught Bookkeeping
and Typing I and II. Mrs. Percey's subjects
included shorthand, typing, and general busi-
ness. In the office practice course, girls put
this commercial training to practical use un-
der the supervision of Mrs. Grogan, office
Mrs. Grogan's Office Practice.
Above, Clockwise: Le Master, D. Harms, M. Bauer, V. Gesik, I. Hill, I.
Wolf, Versteeg, Wiliams, Snyder, Litchhfield, Simpson, H. Cure,
Marshall, R. Hart, Zwicker, Burch.
Below, L to R: Le Master, Litchfield, Williams, Versteeg, R. Hart, Snyder.
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With his gavel constantly on the
move, President Louis Snyder success-
fully guided the NHS student body
through the '55-'55 school year. Keep-
ing his campaign promises of a re-
vised constitution, more effective in-
tra-murals and added representation
of Newport in inter-school meetings,
Louis encouraged student body coop-
Vice-President Ralph Litchfield or-
ganized the most profitable carnival
in the history of NHS.
Secretary Marlene Williams not
only recorded the council events but
also represented NHS as Secretary of
District-4 Student Council. Treasurer
Richard Hart collected, deposited and
withdrew money for activities. Yell
Queen Lee Versteeg, organization
presidents, class presidents, and rep-
resentatives completed council mem-
Reviewing four years of high school at NHS, the
Seniors of 1956 remembered various and sundry
After Freshman initiation in the fall of 1952,
President Ralph Litchfield led the class to third
place honors for Princess Virginia Marshall at the
'52 Carnival, Shanghai Alley.
As Sophomores under President Harry Cure, the
class won the dubious honors of fourth place for
Princess Pauline Bliss and thereby'was elected to
clear the gym after the '53 Carnival, King Nep-
Colleen Currin, the only girl to be elected presi-
dent, helped the Iuniors and Princess Ianet Wolf
organize fall carnival plans for Ioumey into Space:
Princess Ianet placed third. The annual Sweet-
hearts' Ball in February and the Iunior-Senior
Prom, Ebb Tide. completed Iunior projects.
The Senior year highlights included queen
awards for Marlene Williams, who reigned at the
Panic Carnival, victory in the KNPT Disk Iockey
Contest, the annual Senior Talent Show, and the
Senior skip day.
Senior class officers were President lim Hill,
Vice-President Duane Newton, Secretary Virginia
Marshall, Treasurer Ianet Wolf, Sergeant-at-Arms
Iim Crowell, and Representative Harry Cure.
Climax and iarewells to NHS came at gradua-
tion, May 29. Baccalaureate services were Sunday,
Above: I. Crowell, V. Marshall, I. Wolf, I. Hill, H. Cure.
Piggoth, Bailey, Iudy
Braxhng Raymond CArtl
Lettermen s Club
Senror Class Represen
Sophomore Class Pres
Football lAll Starl
Iunror Class Presrdent
Charter member ol
Art Edrtor Anchor
Grrls League Councrl
Sgt at arms of
Lettermen s Club
Transfer from Van
French Club secy
Crowell Iames llrml
Typmg Edrtor Anchor
One World Club
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Transfer from Forest
Honor Soc. Vice-Pres.
Iunior Class Secy.
One World Club
Transfer from Rainier
Senior Class President
Honor Society Secretary
Girls' League Council
Transfer from Spokane,
Football fA1l Starl
Queen of Sweethearts'
Le Master, Louis
Student Body Sgtfat-
Lettermen's Club Pres.
Iunior Class Vice-Pres.
Mac Kimmie ohn
Transfer from Beaverton
Transfer from Taft
Girls' League President
Senior Class Secretary
Beaver Boys State
Vice President Senior
Student Body Vice-Pres.
Honor Society President
Freshman Class Pres.
Lettermen's Club Treas.
Transfer from Eddyville
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Sophomore Class Treas
Lincoln County Council
Student Body Treasurer
Coast League Star Foot-
ball and Basketball
Pep Club President
Talent Show Committee
Transferred from Che-
Student 'Body Secretary
Pep Club Secretary
Girls League Secretary
Iunior Class Treasurer
Harbor Light Editor
Iunior Class President Bette Simpson,
the only girl elected to this position by
her classmates, worked with her officers
Vice-President Ivan Watts, Secretary
Betty Ludahl, Treasurer Carolyn Hope
and Sergeant-at-Arms Bill Wheatley.
Marilyn Bauer represented the class at
Bette appointed various committees to
promote class projects such as carnival
committees, the Sweethearts' Ball, and the
Prom. Since the Iunior goal tor the year is
the annual spring prom, class members
Worked diligently to increase tunds to
meet the expenses.
Lower Lett: Ring Committee Standing: D. Zetterberg,
B. Wheatley, B, Simpson, B. Dorter, I. Miller, R. Com-
Seated: M. Bauer, C. Simper, B. Ludahl, M. Goble.
Above: L-R Officers: Treasurer C. Hope, President B. Simpson,
Secretary B. Ludahl Representative M. Bauer, Vice-President
I. Watts, Sgt,-at-Arms B. Wheatley.
Lower Right: Prom Committee: First Row: C. Simper,
C. Hope, M Ferris, L. Versteeg, I. Houghton. Row 2:
B. Simpson, B. Dorfer, I. Zetlerberg, G. Miller, B.
Wheatley. Row 3: D. Roberts, R. Comstock, M. Goble,
Above: Iunior dance.
Row li B Bates, M, Bauer, K. Bennett, C. Berns, T. Black,
S. Blalock, D. Bowen, R. Crisler, R. Comstock. Row 2: S.
Daiqle, B. Dorfer, R. Eggan, B. Evans, E. Ferguson, M. Fer-
ris, P. Ferris, R. Foster, M. Goble. Row 3: G, Guptil, D
I Hughes, T. Hundt, Row 4: E.. Iones, D. Karls,
Hansen, D, Hart, D. Hienen, D. Hoffard, C. Hope, I. Houghton,
Above: lsn't that cute?
stad, K, Lockie, B Ludahl, N. Lundgren, S, MaCKimmie, I
Miller, P, Minnick. Row 5: L, Ncgus, M. Parsons, L. Pass-
more, C. Payne, B. Pitts, A. Quinn, G. Randall, I. Rasmussen
D Robinson. Row 6: D. Roberts, B. Sexton, C. Simper, B
Simpson, A. Streifl, C. Sweeney, E. Utterback, L. Versteeg
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The Iunior class of '56 participated in many
different activities. Selling refreshments at
home games proved most successfulg this
money increased the class treasury to cover
the Iunior-Senior prom expenses.
Other activities included the Sweetheart
Ball, in February, and after-game dances, at
which they provided refreshments and enter-
Above: Ioan sells pop.
Above: Iuniors at work,
Below-L to R. Row l: K. Von Hoene, S. Wade, I. Wallace,
D, Ward, I. Ward, I. Watts, C. Wehling, K. Werner, B.
Row 2: N. Young, I. Zetterberg, C. Zumbuchen
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Above: Representative M. Zwicker, Vice-
President I. Bailey, Sergeants-at-Arms A.
Fuller and F. Iacobson, Treasurer A. Win-
ters 'Jresident D. Harms, Secretary H.
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',3elow1 Sophomore class meeting.
Sophomore Class President Darlene Harms
worked with fellow officers: Vice-President lim
Bailey, Secretary Helen Potwin, Treasurer Angie
Winters, Sergeant-at-Arms Frank Iacobson and
Arlan Fuller, and Class Representative Mike
Zwicker in organizing class activities. Even
though they worked hard for their Carnival
Princess Nancy Smith, they placed last and con-
sequently cleaned up the gym.
To increase organized school yelling and col-
or at games, Sophomores sold miniature mega-
phones at basketball games. Other activities
included after-game dances and support of
Below, Row l: R. Akers, I. Bailey, I.. Baker, G. Bate-
man, D. Bateman, I.. Baxter, K. Beal, L. Bilyeu, A.
Row 2: W. Braxling, I. Buckingham, H. Carter, H. Ca-
thers, G. Cliff, P. Church, T. Clarkson, A. Crisler, W.
Left: Selling megaphones.
Row 3: G. Crowe, R. Cure, D. Dexter, I. Dudley, B,
Edge, B. Fontaine, D. Foote, T. Ewing, C. Gomoke.
Row 4: C. Gesik, I. Gillhoover, M. Hansen, D. Harms,
B. Hewitt, C. Hudlin, F. Iacobson, R. Iacobs, I.. Iohn-
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Below: Row l: D. Iohnson, G, Iones, M. Kent
W. Law, O. Lee, F. Lichens, B. Litke, I. Loder
S. Looney. Row 2: C. Lund, B. Mace, R
Mauch, S. Meliza, R. Miltimore, P. Moses, G
Murty, S. Naylor, I. Niemi. Row 3: D. O
Hara, I. Paden, S. Penter, C. Perry, L. Person
M. Peterson, H. Potwin, B. Pratt, K. Pruner
Row 4: E. Rasmussen, I, Rea, B. Reed, C
Reid, N. Robertson, M. Schetters, I. Shattuck
M. Shipman, N. Smith. Row 5: R. Steensen
I. Stubbletield, L. Tinsley, S. Thomas, I
Wagy, B. Wallace, S, Ward, K. Westerberg
G. White. Row 6: L. Wilbur, A. Winters,
L Wolf, B. Young, C. Ze-rzan, M, Zwicker.
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E Burch Vice President R Litchfield.
The Freshmen Worked hard and won
third place honors for their Carnival Prin-
cess Sharon Parton. Aids to President Errol
Burch were Vice-President Richard Litch-
field, Secretary Adrianne Ward, Treasurer
Nina Baldwin, and Sergeant-at-Arms Ron
McNutt. The Freshmen of '56 were the first
class in NHS's history to escape an initia-
tion usually given by the Sophomores.
They sponsored an after game dance and
also supported other school activities. An-
other achievement was that an unusual
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Above: Row 1: C. Abraham, N. Baldwin, I. Black, D. Blalock, S.
Boardman, P. Brazel, F. Bridges, E. Burch, D. Burrington. Row 2:
B. Bern, N Byerly, R. Carter, G. Cathers, L. Cloe, L. Cox, I. Dean,
C. Danielson, K, Emerson. Row 3: B. Ewing, M. Fields, E. Foniaine,
T. Herford, T. Foster, D. Franck, E. Galoway, S. Gwilliams, M.
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G. Hildebrant, F. Hulton, C. Hunter, S. Iackson, M.
Iacob. Row 5: L. Iohnson, L. Iohnsion, V. Kinion,
I. Knaak, L. Krogskad, S, Larson, L. LeSueur, R.
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chell M Mitchell. Row 2: I. Nelson, I... Nibler,
B Nix V Parsons, S. Parton, G, Pratt, I. Putze,
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M. Renken, I. Richlein. Row 3: S. Riddle, R
Rienertson, R. Shipman, D. Shattuc'f, E. Sprinkle
M. Stockton, T. Sullivan, I. Thomas, M Triplet
Row 4: .K. Von Hoene, A. Ward, I. Ward, I
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Mrs. Gagliardi and torty-two students enjoyed a
variety of experiences. They gave the Halloween
party for the other eighth grade classes. Students
played games, danced, and enjoyed refreshments.
Mrs. Gagliardi taught dancing to students who
wished to learn, all greatly appreciated this, tor it
increased their poise and confidence.
Students studied U.S. history, geography, Oregon
history and law under Mrs. Gagliardi. Eighth graders
also had the opportunity ot understanding teachers'
problems by giving reports, making and correcting
tests, and also answering complaints alter grades
Row 1: N. Baungardner, C. Beal, I. Beal, L. Brown, C. Chiz-
ek, P. Cressy, B. Dean, M. Edge, D. Foote. How 2: B.
Francis, I. Gaston, D. Grishaber, M. Halverson, V. Haynes,
C. Hoffard, R. Hughes. R. Larson, I. Lawson. Row 3: P. Le-
Sueur, G. Lukas, N. Lund, C. Maley, E. Mathews, L. McEnter,
S. Melizo, P. Mitchner, L. Mosier. Row 4: K. Neal, P. Newton,
I. Nibler, S. Pederson, F. Renken, L. Riddle, B. Schetfers, R.
Sherburne, I. Shields. Row 5: D. Smith, D. Stubbletield,
I. Tilson, B. Von Hoene, G. Watkinson, S. Weise.
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Grxswold s home room but also the other two
e1ghth grade sectlons stud1ed spell1ng and lan
guage arts under Mrs Gnswold Dur1ng the
t1rst three weeks of school the e1ghth graders
wrote autob1ograph1es of themselves prevxous
to the1r entrance 1nto the e1ghth grade then us
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they d1v1ded up 1nto three classes Mr Hall
taught mathemat1cs to each ot three erghth
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In December the Exghth Grade held thelr
games and en1oyed refreshments
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cessful in the school's history. The theme was carried out in
the booth names and decorations. "Wacky Quarterback", a
new booth added this year, attracted many athletes, who
tried their skill.
The carnival committee chose booth names ranging from
"Chaotic Carver" and "Mad Memories" to "Panic Poly-
gamy". The committee, headed by Student Body Vice-Presi-
dent Ralph Litchfield, included Pat Church, Linda Cloe, Col-
leen Simper, Virginia Gesik, Mike Zwicker, Clifford Hunter,
lim Hill and Dick Hart.
The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Queen
Marlene Williams by Louis Snyder. Her court was composed
of Princesses Marilyn Bauer, Nancy Smith, and Sharon Par-
ton. Although the Sophomores tried their best, they solicited
the least votes and won the honor of cleaning up the gym.
Prom a net profit of approximately Sl,UUU, the student Coun-
cil gave S75 to the Harbor Light: the balance of the money
was used to fence in the football field. This will improve the
field and also increase the income from the games.
After the crowning three door prizes were awarded, at a
drawing. The townspeople and many others from surrounding
areas supported the school in this fund raising project.
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ing ot the Carnival Queen, Marlene Williams,
her Senior escort was Iim Crowell. The Iun-
iors won second place honors for Princess
Marilyn Bauer, who was accompanied by
Ivan Watts. Freshman Princess, Sharon Par-
ton, in third place, represented her class, Er-
rold Burch, class president, escorted her. ln
last place, thus earning the honor ot cleaning
up the gym, were the Sophomores and their
Princess, Nancy Smith, attended by Mike
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Members of the FHA Won special honors at the
South Willamette District meeting when Marilyn
Bauer was elected chairman of the District. This
designated Newport as the site of the 1956 fall
meeting. Faculty advisor Mrs. Barber, voting dele-
gate Colleen Simper, Acting President Linda Wolf,
Marilyn, and four non-voting delegates attended
the Harrisburg meeting.
Late in November FHA members honored the
1955 football team with a ham banquet followed
by a dance.
Christmas activities included caroling at the
hospital, decorating of a tree for the patients, giv-
ing food baskets and repaired dolls to needy tami-
During February the club sent representatives to
the State FHA meeting.
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Parliamentarian D. Harms, Songleader N. Smith
President M. Williams, Secretary L. Versteeg, De
gree Chairman C. Simper, Vice-President C. Zer
buchen, Treasurer R. Mauch,
Lett: Decorating the bulletin board.
Below: The Future Homemakers ot America.
Above L to R: Otticers: B. Bristlin, C. Kennedy, E, Ferguson, A,
Bores, B. Flatt, C. Payne.
By participating in both leisure time and
school athletic activities, girls earned
points making them eligible for GAA mem-
bership. President Carol Kennedy with the
aid oi Miss Heinke, faculty advisor, helped
the club organize bowling parties, after-
game dances, and support ot school activi-
ties. GAA sponsored a carnival booth. Oth-
er club officers elected for the year were
Vice-President Eunice Ferguson, Secretary
Barbara Bristlin, Treasurer Anne Marie
Bores, and Point Chairman Connie Payne.
Above: Members Standing: B. Flatt, L. LeSueur, I. Knaak, A, Ward, B, Kinion, C. Simper, L. Iohnston, C. Payne.
E. Ferguson, P. Brasel, C. Kennedy, B, Bristlin. Sitting:
Center Right: Is it a strike?
Right: At the bowling party.
Top: Polishing trophies.
Above left: Louie leads Cubs unto field.
Promoting school spirit this year was the Pep
Club, an active organization. It consisted of thirty-
five girls including the five-member yell squad.
The Pep Club was headed by President Marilyn
Waldrop who was aided by Vice-President Dar-
lene Ward. Keeping records and funds in order
were Secretary Betty Ludahl and Treasurer Ioan
Houghton. Services to the school consisted of
cleaning the trophy case, putting up the Christ-
mas tree, backing the yell squad at pep assem-
blies and games, and giving half time demonstra-
tions at home games. Cubbettes wore the tradi-
tional uniform, blue coulottes and white sweaters
on game days. Advisor, Mrs. York, has been active
with the Pep Club for three years.
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Above: Pep Club Council: Mrs. York, I. Houghton, D. Ward, B
Ludahl, L. Burns, N. Smith, S. Griswold, President M. Waldrop
Bel0""f BUSY PGP Club Gt practice. Below: A half-time formation
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Virginia Marshall, Decembers Girl of the Month,
became Girl ot the Year, when Girls' League mem-
bers selected her from the nine candidates. Her com-
mendable leadership as Girls' League President plus
her friendliness and ready smile won her this honor.
September's Colleen Currin proved
a willing and cooperative worker as
well as a class leader.
February honored talented Virginia
Gesik, the '56 Anchor editor. Q
Ianet Wolf, Ianuary's girl, edited the
Harbor Light and, as chairman, direct-
ed the Snowflake Swirl,
For her work in numerous clubs and
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organizations, Colleen Simper was lean Knaak, typifying the friendly
chosen for October. freshmen, received March honors
Enthusiastic Sophomore Class Presi-
dent Darlene Harms won recognition
Each year the thirteen-member
Girls' League Council, composed of
the elected officers and two repre-
sentatives from each class, selected
nine girls who had completed out-
standing Work in league and school
activities. Nominations were given
to council members or originated
Within the group. Each month a girl
received the Girl of the Month pin
from her predecessor and a red rose
as she was introduced at the
monthly League meeting.
From these nine candidates the
Girl of the Year was selected by a
secret ballot cast by all League
Although a new student at Newport,
Sue LeSueur rapidly became a part of
the student body through her willing
' A t cooperation and interest in student
affairs. Sue was April's Girls of the
' t 'MQW Month.
Betty Ludahl's leadership qualities
and work as Iunior Prom Chairman A 3
placed her as May's special girl.
During regular monthly meetings, the
League Council made plans tor the Girls'
League Assembly which met later in the
month. Each month the Council picked the
Girl-of-the-Month and elected the speaker for
the next assembly meeting. In December
plans were made for the Christmas Formal.
Twirp Week and Honor Day came in the
spring. Advising the Girls' League Council
and organization was Faculty Advisor, Miss
Girls' League officers oi the year were
President Virginia Marshall, Vice-President
Bette Simpson, Secretary Iill Buckingham,
Treasurer Marilyn Bauer and Sergeant-at-
Arms Ioan Houghton.
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Lett: Sergeant-at-Arms I. Houghton, Vice-President B
Simpson, President V. Marshall, Secretary I. Buck-
ingham, Treasurer M. Bauer.
Center: Girls' League meeting.
Below: Girls' League Council. Sitting: D. Ward, M
Bauer, I. Buckingham, V. Marshall, B. Simpson, I
Houghton, Miss Lambert. Standing: I. Wolf, B
Flatt, M. Fields, R. Mauch, M. Schefiers, L. Versteeg
Above: NHS Band
Left L-R: Assistant drill leader Ierry Dudley,
President Steve Wadeg Vice-President Kathy
Lockieg Drill Leader and Secretary Darlene
Ward, Treasurer Peter Ferris.
Below left: Majorettes
This year's band, directed by Mr. Mc-
Coy, was very active in school lile.
Members helped bolster school spirit by
playing at pep assemblies and games.
Music lovers received great pleasure
from concerts presented.
Working in close conjunction with
the band were the majorettes. They
rnarched in parades and performed dur-
ing halves at games. This year the ma-
jorettes included Darlene Ward, Colleen
Simper, Shirley Looney, Nina Baldwin,
Ioyce Nelson, and Iudy Reeves. Special
honors went to Shirley Looney, who won
national recognition from the baton
twirling association of Iarnesville, Wis-
Mr. Sandsmark directed the Girls'
Glee Club and Chorus in NHS choral
Works. These groups gave both a Christ-
mas and a spring concert.
Newport played host at the Lincoln
County Music Festival March 31.
The '56 Anchor staff, working hard to meet
deadlines, met several times a Week while pic-
tures and copy rolled in.
Editor Virginia Gesik, Business Manager Mar-
ilyn Bauer, and Assistant Editor Ida Wallace led sv
their respective staffs to the completion ot a stu-
dent memory book. Virginia's editors were Ioan
Houghton, Layout, Colleen Currin, Art, Maxine
Ferris, Photography, Dennis Simmonds, Sports,
Barbara Flatt, Girls' Sports, Myrna Emerick, , 2 5,f, If
Typing, and Richard Crisler, Captions. Marilyn's - . '
staff included her assistant Carolyn Hope and N -'
Glenn Moss, Bette Simpson, Mike Zwicker, Dar- Virginia Gesik MUYUYH Bauer
lene Harms, Ieanne Wagy, Linda Cloe, Patty
Moses, and Lee Baker. Faculty advisors were
Mrs. York and Miss Luebke.
Lett L-R: F. Iacobson, S. Riddle, B. Fields, M.
Ferris, J. Dudley, B. Wheatley, B. Iohnson,
.C S f Standing: L. LeMaster, D. Simmonds.
W Below L-R: M. Kent, D. Harms, C. Currin, S,
A LeSueur, Miss Luebke, C. Zerzan, I.
4, Houghton, L. Woll.
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The Harbor Light staff, under the leader-
ship of Editor Ianet Wolf and Advisor Mrs.
York Worked to meet the weekly deadline.
Each Monday staff members chose various
beatsg these assignments were covered, and
during the Week copy rolled in. Staff mem-
bers recorded, checked and typed it. In the
latter part of the week, the layout editor or-
ganized the pagesg then the typists stenciled
the copy. The publication department printed
the four-page issue. This variety of activities
made a busy and yet exciting week for the
workers of the Harbor Light which served
high school students with news and feature
Above Right: Editor Ianet Wolf briefing her depart-
Center Right: Typing Statt: A. Christensen, I, Hall.
Below Right: Layout Editor S. Hansen, Feature Editor
C. Kennedy, File Editor S. Griswold.
Center Left: Copy Readers: L to R: M. Emerick, V.
Gesik, R. Lettenmaier, B. Bristlin,
Below Lett: Publications. G. Moss, A. Braxling.
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Under the direction of Mr. Bates,
the drama class presented both tall
and winter productions. The three
one-act plays given in the tall includ-
ed "The Mystery of Mouldy Manor,'
"Submerged," and "The Black Val-
ise." "The Mystery ot Mouldy Manor'
was a melodrama with psychos, mur-
ders, and mysteriously falling vases.
"Submerged" was the story ot six men
trapped in a disabled submarine. In
"The Black Valise" a struggling psy-
chology student outwitted a maniac
who was setting bombs off all over
the city. Ot the three, "Subrnerged"
was chosen to be presented at the
Speech Festival at Taft in November.
ln February the three-act play
"Green Valley" took the audience in-
to a land of fantasy where long dead
ancestors came to lite and sunllowers
grew' twenty feet tall. Grandpa
Berry tLouie Snyderl worked with
Prim lColleen Sirnperl and the other
Berrys to keep Eldon lHarry Curel
from selling the family homestead to
land speculator Everheel CRalph
Below Last minute preparations
Above: "What are the chances ol escape?
Above: Drawing lots in the disabled sub.
Below: "Has that fuel pump disappeared again?"
Above: President Ralph Litchfield, Vice-Presi-
dent Beverly Harms, Treasurer Duane Newton.
The Honor Society, led by President
Ralph Litchfield, started several new
projects this year to make the organiza-
tion a more active part of the Student
Body. Members wrote to all Oregon col-
leges and universities finding informa-
tion on scholarships and entrance re-
quirements for students seeking this
knowledge. The students took the re-
sponsibility of selling tickets at all home
games, thereby relieving the faculty of
Ralph was assisted by the advisor Mr.
Guthrie, Vice-President Beverly Harms,
Secretary Virginia Gesik, and Treasurer
Above: Honor Society members. Standing: H. Cure, L. Snyder, R.
Litchfield, D. Hart, D. Newton, Mr. Guthrie. Seated: C. Hope, Secretary Advisor
M. Bauer, B. Harms, V. Gesik, V. Marshall. Virginia Gesik
Below: Selling tickets at games.
Below: Collecting college information
Songs, skits, and varied entertainment
brought the "ShoWboat" to life in the annual
Talent Show, sponsored by the Senior Class
and held in the Newport High Gym.
The fifteen acts were presented in front of
a Water-color cutout ofa showboat.
Newport headed the list of winners with
Grand Prize Winner Margie Fields, who
played the piano, Instrumental winner Ierry
Dudley, on the trumpet, and Novelty Winner
Shirley Looney, for her baton act. Waldport
was represented by Carol Raymond, who was
the Vocal winner.
The Talent Show Committee, headed by
Ianet Wolf, consisted of Colleen Currin, Sue
LeSueur, Terry Mahon, Don Pier, Darwin Pier.
Virginia Gesik, Louie LeMaster, Marilyn Wal-
drop, and Sandy Griswalcl.
Center Lett: Margie plays Rachmaninoft.
Above Grand Wmner Mm-gle Fields Master of Ceremonies Bob Spangler.
Bottom: Contestants line up for a picture.
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students enjoyed the annual
Sweethearts Ball, sponsored
by the Iunior Class. Reigning
as King and Queen were Sen-
iors Larry Graves and Ianet
Wolf. Their court included
Iuniors Bill Wheatley and Bet-
te Simpsong Sophomores
Wayne Braxling and Mary
Lou Schettersg and Freshmen
Ray Carter and Margie Fields.
Committee chairmen were:
Marilyn Bauer, decorations:
Carol Zurbuchen, musicg Betty
Ludahl, retreshmentsg and
leanne Reichlein, cleanup.
Above: King Larry and Queen Ianet.
Below: Couples enioy the music
After game dances offered an opportu-
nity not only for fun but also for money
making. The various organizations and
classes sponsored the dances after home
games on Friday nights. New records were
purchased by the Student Council after a
student poll determined the most popular
selections. Noon dances on Tuesday and
Thursday noons offered relaxation from
Above right: Gary and
Ioyce start off.
Center right: i'What a face!
ls it that bad?"
Below right: Celebrating
Below left: Hazel and Le
Roy take the spotlight.
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Karen presents money to the March of Dimes.
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Eighth graders began the year's activities
with first semester president lim Church presid-
ing over their student council which included
two elected room representatives as well as the
tive officers. Other elective positions were those
of the five yell leaders, who worked with the
twenty-five member pep club. Six librarians,
two selected from volunteers within each room,
worked with Mrs. Schaeffer.
The chorus of thirty students, who were se-
lected during fall "try-outs", sang for the Christ-
mas program at Lincoln.
Second semester president lim Hughes not
only represented his class at the NHS student
council as did his predecessor, but also organ-
The sweethearts' post office.
ized spring projects such as the March-of-Dimes
talent show which netted approximately one
hundred dollars. Chairman Karen Moe worked
with both seventh and eighth grade students
who provided the talent.
Carolyn Hanner Won special honors for New-
port when she received a gold cup for best spell-
er of the county in her division. On February 14
students collected valentines at the sweethearts'
post office in Mrs. GrisWald's room.
Trips included the March visit to the science
exposition at Corvallis and a tour during May of
the capitol and other state buildings in Salem.
Late in May three one-act plays raised funds
before graduation at the year's end.
Carolyn with her spelling trophy.
Above: Yell Leaders. P. Newton, I. Reaves, B.
Iacob, T. Strong, I. Gaston.
Below: Librarians. I. Shields, C. Amo, K. Moe,
Above' Vice-President B, Francis, Sergeant-at-Arms
D. Grishabor, Treasurer C. Bateman, Represen-
tative oi Rooms I. Hughes, President I. Church,
Secretary I. Nelson.
Below, Eighth Grade Chorus
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Walking through the pearly gates, Iuniors,
Seniors, and their guests found a Blue Heaven
filled with glittering stars, angels, and harps.
Music from the clouds, furnished by Med-
ford Fuller and his orchestra, drifted to the
Faculty guests included the following
couples: the Iohnsons, the Whites, the Yorks,
the McCoys, and the Morrows. Bette Simpson,
lunior Class President, presented Mrs. Iohn-
son with a corsage of white roses.
Freshmen boys served tiny sandwiches and
punch to the guests.
The Prom Committee consisted of: Bette
Simpson, General Chairman, Leatrice Vers-
teeg and Ioan Houghton, Decorations, Bill
Dorfer and Maxine Ferris, Refreshments, Col-
leen Simper and Steve Wade, Band.
Couples dance to heavenly music.
Above: Medford Fulle-r's Orchestra,
Below: Signing programs.
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Above Center: Heavenly decorations.
Above Bottom: Refreshments are served.
Presxclent of the Letterman s Club thls year
was Louxe Le Master Workrng w1th h1m were
hrs co ottlcers VICE Presldent Harry Cure
Secretary Treasurer Ralph Lltchfleld and Ser
geant at arms Stuart Ferrls
To be el1g1ble tor membershrp 1n the Let
terrnan s Club a boy must earn a letter ln one
of the tour malor sports football basketball
baseball and track
Coaches Iohnson and Morrow advised the
Above L to R H Cure S Ferns Le Master Lxtchileld
Below L to R Kneelmg Srmmonds H Cure G Peterson R Cure Lrtchtreld I H111 Dudley OHara L Ludahl Law
Center Wheatly Moss Prer C Bern Werner Hamrlton S Ferns Zetterburg Le Master Graves
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Coast League Standmgs
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Newport for the f1rst l1ITl9 entered the quarter f1n
als of the state football playoffs Coach Gene Morrow
and Assrstant Coach Ted Iohnson who both jorned
tl e faculty thls year 1n1t1ated the Srngle Wmg MlCh1
gan State Multlple Offense
The Cub began practrce August 26 and at the
Coat League Iamboree September IU started the
ca on by defeatrng Waldport The followrng Frrday
the Cubs met Serra Cathollc ln a scoreless game ln
co tra t to th1 was the Cascade game a Newport
v1ctory of 4l to 7
A two game loslng streak 1ncluded Iunctron C1ty
and a heartbreaker to Waldport 1n the flrst league
game of the season ThlS loslng streak was snapped
the next week when the Cubs held the powerful
Reedsport Braves rn a 12 to 7 w1n Thls flrst of frve
tralght wxns started them toward the Coast and D15
trrct Champronshlps Vlctorles lncluded Taft an arch
r1val Toledo and Sluslaw The last league game of
the year was w1th Reedsport a 14 to 13 wm for the
Cubs Wrth th1s v1ctory they Won the rrght to play
T1llamook rn the state quarter flnals The Cubs were
defeated on a cold drlzzly nlght 33 to U thus endlng
a h1ghly successful season
Wrth prxde NHS remembers the 55 team for 1t IS
the flrst rn Newport s hlstory of football to enter 1n the
A 2 D1str1ct playoffs
lNewton Below top Hertford Thomas
Wade Blalock Peterson
Hunter A Crlsler Burch Jacobson
Below bottom Lee Penter Dorfer P1er Zwlcker Lllchfleld
Pratt Conklm Braxlrng
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Le Master, Peterson, Hamilton,
Seated: Le Sueur, Zurbuchen,
Queen Versteeg, Goble,
Celebrating their success of the '55 football
season, the NHS Cubs enjoyed the Annual Banquet
given by the FHA girls under the direction of Presi-
dent Marlene Williams, and Advisor, Mrs. Barber.
After the delicious ham dinner, Coach Morrow and
Mr. Naterlin presented awards, Coaches Morrow and
Iohnson introduced the teams, and Bob Spangler gave
a humorous talk as guest speaker.
Following the banquet, a dance was held. The
main attraction of the dance was the crowning of the
Football Queen, Leatrice Versteeg, by Harry Cure.
Her court included Sue LeSueur, Carol Zurbuchen
and Margie Goble.
Above, L to R' Bateman, Hansen, Hill
Lelti FHA dance lor the Cubs.
At the annual football banquet Harry Cure,
defensive linebacker and offensive fullback,
received the award for being the most inspir-
ational player of the year. Mr. Naterlin, who
awards the trophy each year on behalf of the
Booster Club, congratulated Harry.
Other honors won during the season includ-
ed four players who placed on the Coast All
Star Team. These were Center Dennis Hamil-
ton, halfback Louis LeMaster, tackle lim
Crowell, and fullback Harry Cure. This team
was selected by each football player on the
Coast League voting for an all-opponent team.
Three managers - Mike Hansen, Gene
Bateman, and lack Hill - received well-
earned recognition at the banquet, for their
support and help during the season.
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Left, L to R: Le Master, Crowell, Hamilton, H. Cure
Lower left: Coaches Morrow and Iohnson.
Below: Mr. Spangler addresses Football Banquet crowd
Rtqht' Breakfast sendfoff.
Center left: Mr. Iohnson's initiated.
Center righti Siuslcxw with the bcxll.
Below left: LeMaster looks for clearing.
Below right: Newport stops Toledo.
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Wlth a league standmg ol elght wms
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detoatmg Toledo ln a two out ol three
qamo play oft series the Cubs reallzed
their qoal ot competmg State A?
champlonshlp games ln add1t1on to the
sux key players plctured above Muke
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Nrwport 1ts flrst trlp to State A 2 qames
Above - Front row, L to R: Mcincxger O, Lee, I. Bailey, B. Reeves
I. Zetterberg, A. Braxling, D. Simmonds, Manager L. Baxter.
Back row, L to R: Couch Mr. Iohnson,I Rec, C. Bern, M. Zwicker
C. Gomoke, L. Groves, I. Crowell, L. LeMaster.
Lelt: Dennis rocks up two points.
Lower left: "Sink it, Doc!"
Lower right: Art jumps one in.
Above - Front row, L to R' G. Pratt, R. Litchfield, C. Hunter, I.
Gillhoover, I, Dudley, M. Hansen, A. Crisler, Back row - L to
Ri Manager T. Ewing, H. Harms, W. Conklin, T. Hcrlerd, G.
Cliff, H. Carter, K. Westerberg, W. Braxling, Coach Mr. Morrow.
Lower left Braxllnq lrles his luck
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Both individual and group honors awarded
the Newport Cubs at the annual Basketball
Banquet included the Inspirational Player
Award for Art Braxling, Free Throw trophy
for Louie LeMaster, Rebound trophy for Larry
Graves, and the Coast League Co-Charnpion-
ship which Dennis Simmonds, Cubs' Captain,
Because the Siletz Warriors, as well as the
Newport Cubs, went to the state playoffs, they
were honored at the Banquet sponsored by
the Booster Club.
Master of Ceremonies, Iohnny Carpenter.
introduced speakers Bob Spangler, KNPT
sports announcer, and Bill Borcher, former
basketball coach of University of Oregon.
Following the Banquet the Cubs and their
guests saw Sue LeSueur, escorted by Louie
LeMaster, crowned at the Basketball Dance.
sponsored by the Pep Club. Sue's court con-
sisted of Donna Rae Roberts, Linda Cloe, and
Bette Simpson, escorted respectively by Iim
Crowell, Doc Zetterburg and Bill Wheatley.
Above: Art receives the Inspirational Player award
Below: Larry receives the Rebound trophy,
Above: Louie receives the Free Throw trophy.
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Below: Bill Borcher speaks on good sportsmanship
Queen Sue is Crowned by Iim
Couples cxt the Pep Club dance
The queen cmd her court.
It must have been funny.
Volleyball, the only inter-school
athletic competition for girls, devel-
oped sportsmanship, team spirit, and
new friends for the volleyball girls
that Miss Heinke coached during the
eight game season. By checking the
season's records, girls found that vic-
tory honors went to the B team for
six wins and two losses. Although the
A team was defeated by Taft, Toledo,
and Siletz, they avenged these losses
in rematch games with both Toledo
While enjoying after-game refresh-
ments furnished by the host school,
team members made new friends in
other county high schools.
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Right: Warming up
before the game.
Below Right: Prac-
tice makes perfect.
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Houghton, C. Zurbuchen,
R. Iacobs, L. Iohnston.
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Left: B-Squad. L to R: G. Ludahl, S
Hart, L. LeSueur, I. Thomas, D
Harms, Manager A. Quinn, G
Iones, M. Kent, A. Ward, V. Kin
ion, M. Scheffers, E. Cutter.
The Aces check a shot.
Larr uards Leroy
Early in December five intramural
basketball teams, under the direction of
IV Basketball Coach Morrow, began a
double round-robin tournament.
The only eligibility requirement for
students who competed were that team
members were not playing in inter-
school games. Organization tor most
teams began when five boys met and
elected a team captain, selected a name,
and registered as a team for tournament
Teams which competed this year were
Pakulak's Globe Trotters tSeniorsl, Sny-
der's Flying Aces lSeniorsl, Hart's Lone-
ly Hearts lluniorsl, Foote's Sophomores,
and Aker's Sophomores.
At the end of the first round ot play, a
three-way tie existed between the Globe
Trotters, Flying Aces, and Lonely Hearts,
each with one loss,
All games were played during long
noon hours on Wednesdays.
Below left: Craig makes two points.
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The Eighth Grade Cardinals,
coached by Mr. White, concluded a
successful season by defeating Toledo
three times, and Waldport twice.
Their only loss was to McMinnville.
High scorers tor Newport were
George Erickson with fifty-one points
and lim Hughes with thirty-six points.
This year's squad consisted of Guards:
Phillip Barnette, Charles Hill, Tom
Applegarth, Bill Francis, and Danny
Hall, Centers: George Erickson and
Iirn Hughes, and Forwards: Grant
Watkinson, Dale Grogan, Mike Far-
well, and Iim Church. Managers were
David Smith and Vernon Passmore.
The girls' volleyball team, coached
by Miss Heinke, played only intra-
school games among themselves and
with the seventh grade.
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Above- Front row, L to R: P. Dickinson, P. Newton, I. Reeves, B,
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Back row: A. Becker, I. Gaston, M. Halverson, H, Bone.
Lett: Mr. White,
Below- Front row, L to R: Manager T. Hope, C. Hill, P. Barnette, T.
Applegarth, D. Hall. Back row: Coach White, I. Church, B, Fran-
cis, M. Farwell, I. Hughes, G. Erickson, G. Watkinson, D. Grogan,
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