Newport High School - Anchor Yearbook (Newport, OR)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 116 of the 1957 volume:
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Helm men te Remember
The 1956-57 school year will always remain a
pleasant memory for Newport High School students.
Mr. Shelton, who became NHS principal this year and
superintendent of the Newport schools in August.
1956, joined the students in making the year success-
ful. During the year he acted as adviser to the student
council. He offered help and friendly advice to all stu-
dents who called on him for assistance with either
academic or extra-curricular activities throughout
Vice-Principal Mr. Bucklin, also new here at NHS
this year, assisted Mr. Shelton in supervising student
activities, too, Mr. Bucklin scheduled all the activities
on the school calendar. Mr. Bucklin also taught Eng-
lish I and II and Social Science. Other duties included
the guiding of the students toward better citizenship.
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Above: Principal Mr. Shelton
Below: Vice-Principal Mr. Bucklin
Lincoln County Superintendent Mr. Milton C. Huff
has just completed another successful and busy year
directing county school operations.
Mr. Huff acted as assistant superintendent from
1949 until he became superintendent in 1955. Enter-
ing office with him in 1955 were his officers William
Schaefer, Assistant Superintendent and Director of
Elementary Education, and Harland Davis, Director of
One of Mr. Huff's main duties is preparing and ad-
rninistrating an annual budget for all the schools of
the county. This system includes fifty-five thousand
students enrolled in the twenty-four schools.
Along with the various duties he performs during
the year, Mr. Huff visits the county schools and ob-
serves the classes in session.
Below: County Superintendent Mr. Huff.
tutlent Council to tem'
An active and competent slate of Student Body
officers led the NHS Student Body through a lively
and progressive year.
The Student Council membership included
school leaders who represented their various
classes and organizations. The council Worked
on several new ideas. Those adopted were:
xdding a Homecoming game and dance during
he football season, changing the carnival from
November to March, and increasing member-
ship by including representatives
from several organizations. Those
applying for membership who were
accepted included Honor Society,
FHA, Pep Club, and Girls' League.
Since the Student Body Consti-
tution did not include regulations
for the Student Council, the coun-
cil undertook the project of writing
a constitution related entirely to its
The Student Council was led by
President Lee Versteeg, Vice Presi-
dent Iim Bailey, Secretary Marilyn
Bauer, Sergeant-at-arms Rich Cris-
ler, Treasurer Mike Hanson, and
Assistant-Treasurer Errold Burch.
Above Right: L. to R.: Adviser Mr. Shelton,
President L. Versteeg.
Below: L. to R.: Back Row: M. Hansen, I.
Ward, C. Hunter, R. Litchfield, A. Crisler,
D.Hart, M. Zwicker, B. Wheatley, R.Crisler,
F. Iacobson, B. Dorfer, I. Bailey, I. Church, L, Reinertsen. Above: L, to R.: Sgt.-at-Arms R. Crisler Yell Queen
Front Row: I. Shields, I. Nelson, R. Mauch, A. Ward, D, D. Harms, Vice President I. Bailey President L
Harms, M. Bauer, B. Simpson, L. Versteeg, C. Simper, I. Versteeg, Secretary M. Bauer Treasurer M
Wallace, D. Ward, I. Houghton. Hansen, Assistant-Treasurer E, Burch
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In the fall, seven new teachers joined the eleven returning members
of the teaching staff.
The faculty not only promoted further education but also served as
advisers by donating their time to the students' extracurricular activi-
An introductory coffee hour, held in the early fall, began a series of
faculty gatherings which continued throughout the year. The faculty
dressed as ghosts, goblins, or as a song title and gathered for an even-
ing of fun at a costume party on Halloween. On December 13, the facul-
ty met for a Christmas party, with fun, refreshments and exchange of
gifts. A social committee consisting of Lincoln, Central, and High
School teachers conducted the social gatherings, which gave the teach-
ers from the three schools an opportunity to become better acquainted.
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Following is a list of the teachers and the subjects they taught:
Mr. Bucklin - English I, II, Social Science,
Mr. Creighton - Iournalism, Algebra I, English I, II, IVg
Mr. Erickson - Social Science, World History, English Ig
Mr. Guthrie - Algebra I, Geometry, Chemistry, Physics, Trigonome-
Mrs. Howes - Library,
Mr. Iohnson - General Math, Boys PE., Basketball and Baseball
Miss Iones - Girls P. E.,
Miss Lambert - U. S. History, Social Economics,
Miss Malicke - Home Economics,
Mr. McCoy - High School and Lincoln School Band,
Mr. Morrow - Biology, Boys P.E., Football Coach
Mrs. Percey - Typing I, II, Shorthand I, ll, General Businessg
. Pilch - Shop,
Mr. Sandsmark - Chorus,
Mr. Snyder - Art, Speech, English I, Ilg
Mr. Utterback - Bookkeeping, Typing I, II, English Ig
Mr. White - Drivers Training, Boys P,E., Track coach, Biology, In-
Mrs. York - English II, III, Annual.
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Below: What are you painting? Below: Lateral measurements in algebra
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Above: Drawing house plans, Above: How can an insect have so many parts?
Below: Alumnus B, Mills and students enjoying the Below: Mr. Utterback and Typing I class.
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Entering NHS activities for their first year, the
Eighth Graders adjusted quickly to their new experi-
The class held election of officers in September to
begin the new year. Those elected were President Iohn
Gardner Vice President Bob Butts Secretary Ianet
Ward Treasurer Iudy Needles and Sergeant at Arms
Each of the three Eighth Grade teachers taught
specific subiects The students studied arithmetic and
science with Mrs Persson history and civics with
Mrs Gagliardi and English with Mrs Griswold
Mr Sandsmark directed eighth grade choral work
Mr McCoy band and Mrs Schaeffer art
Eighth Grade activities for the year included the
December Christmas party three one act plays and
the annual trips to Corvallis and Salem in the Spring
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Below: Chorus, L. to RQ Back row: D. Berklund, R.
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I. Gardner, G. Woltkamp, I. Watkinson, R. Mochnick,
L. Nibler, G. Wagner, D. Miller, M. Smith, R. Laker.
Second row: B. Thompson, T. McEntee, S. Foster
D. Mathews, K. Zielinski, I. McKissen, C. Pickens
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Needles, I. Gardner, I. Ward, M. Smitl.,
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Berklund, L. Pechota, I. Matusch, K. Williams
N. Williams, D. Cheney.
Center left. Yell squad and pep club.
V. Kamberg, I, Ralphs, S. Scott, L, Newsom, I.
Waring, K. Iohnson, I. Milbrandt, S. Bowers, S.
Medlock. Front row: M. Baxter, L. Foster, S.
Wehling, C. Crisler, S. Adams, I. Davis, D. Havlicek,
K. Hamilton, I. Ward, S. DeFreese.
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The Freshmen launched their year of activities
by taking charge of the bonfire during NeWport's
first Homecoming. They worked hard to make the
bonfire a success.
To represent the class during the Homecoming
events the Frosh chose Beverly Iacob as their
Elected Freshman class President was active
Iim Church. Under Iim acting as Vice President was
Charles Hill. Taking class minutes was Secretary
Darlene Fogarty. Handling the financial affairs
was Treasurer Eleanor Hugo. Keeping order at
meetings was Vernor Passmore, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Representatives were George Erickson, Ioyce
Nelson, Leonard Reinertsen, and Iean Shields.
Class projects included the "Hound Dog Hop",
which was an after-game dance held in Ianuary.
Class adviser was Mr. Snyder.
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Above: Hound Dog Hop Committee.
Left: Class officers, L. to R., seated: I. Hill, I,
Church, V. Passmore, Standing: E. Hugo, D.
Below: I. Church presiding over class meeting
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Governing the Sophomore Class during the 1955-
57 school year was their capable President Richard
Litchfield. Assisting Richard was Nina Baldwin, Vice
President, Sandy Riddle, Secretary, Nancy Beyerle,
Treasurer, Ralph Reinertsen, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Adrienne Ward, Cliff Hunter, and Iohn Ward, Repre-
Sophomores, in the fall, selected Miss Iones as
class adviser to guide the class during meetings and
other class activities.
Pretty Gloria Ludahl represented the Sophomore
class as Homecoming Princess. Tom Heryford accom-
panied Gloria during the Homecoming festivities.
In Ianuary, the Sophs sponsored the dance, "The
House of Blue Lights", after the Siuslaw basketball
Right: Class Officers, L. to R.: R, Reinertson, N. Baldwin, R. Mc-
Nutt, S. Riddle, N. Beyerle, R. Litchfield.
Below Left: Couples enjoy after-game dance.
Below Right: Dance decorations.
Bottom: Class meeting.
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The year 1956-57 proved to be the "Proj-
ect Year" for the Iunior class of NHS.
The Iuniors took charge of the concession
booth at the football and basketball games,
earning money for the Iunior-Senior Prom.
Too, they sponsored the Homecoming Dance
and Sweethearts' Ball.
Vivacious Lana Iohnson was selected as
Iunior - class candidate for Homecoming
Queen. Her escort was Terry Morgan.
Holding class offices were President Frank
Iacobson, Vice-President Wayne Braxling,
Secretary Rosemary Mauch, Treasurer Steve
Penter, Sergeant-at-arms Chuck Gomoke, and
Representatives Mike Zwicker and Allan
Faculty member acting as class adviser
was Mr. Guthrie.
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D. Iohnson, O. Lee. Front Row: P. Moses, B. Pratt,
H. Cathers, H. Potwin.
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Above: Class Officers, L. to R.: S. Penter, W. Braxling,
R. Mauch, C. Gomoke, F. Iackobson, M. Zwicker.
Below: Ring Committee, L. to R.: H. Carter, D. Harms
M, Scheffers, W. Braxling, H. Cathers
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P. Church, H. Cathers, I. Wagy, H..Potwin.
Below, L. to R.: Row l: G. Bateman, L. Baxter, K, Beal, W.
Braxling, B. Briggs, I. Buckingham, H. Carter, H. Cathers,
P. Church. Row 2: I. Clack, T. Clarkson, T. Clevenger, W.
Conklin, A. Crisler, R. Cure, D. Dexter, S, Dodd, D, Dodge.
Row 3: I. Dudley, B. Edge, C. Gesik, C. Gomoke, G. Gray,
A. Hadley, M. Hansen, D, Harms, I. Holmes.
Row 4: C. Hudlin, B. Huitt, R. Iacobs, F. Iacobson, L. Iohnson,
D. Iohnson, G. Iones, M. Kent, O. Lee. Row 5: P. Likens,
T. Liming, B. Litke, T. McQuilliam, R. Mauch, H. Miller,
R. Miltimore, T. Morgan, I. Morrison. Row 6: P. Moses, G.
Murty, C. Naterlin, I. Niemi, D. O'Hara, I. Paden, S.
Penter, C. Perry, M, Peterson.
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Above, right: The happy on-lookers.
Center, left: Now here's how you do it,
Below: The roycxl court, L. to R.: Seniors, D.
Hart, L, Versteegg Freshmen, I. Church, N.
Doertlerg Iuniors, F. Iocobson, A. Winters.
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earned the throne honors for
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Second place honors were won
by the Freshmen Class repre
sented by thelr pretty prlncess
Nancy Doerller Thrrd place pos1
hon went to lovely Angela
Wxnter of the Iunxor Class Strll
smxlrng Prrncess Lee Versteeg
graclously accepted fourth place
whrch lncluded the dubmous
cleanrng up duty tor the Senlor
of Laugh Game and Beauty
Sophomore Queen lean Knack
Left Freshman Prrncess Nancy Doertler
Center Iunror Prrncess Angle Winters
Rrght Senior Prmcess Lee Versteeg
Ida Wallace Carolyn Hope.
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Editor Ida Wallace with the help of Carolyn Hope,
Business Manager, and seven department editors re-
corded the year's activities by directing the ANCHOR
staff during the 1956-57 school year.
Department editors were: Ioan Houghton, Layout
Helen Potwin, Copy, Maxine Ferris, Photography,
Bette Simpson, Arty Bill Wheatley, Sports, Eunice
Ferguson, Typing, and Chuck Gesik, Captions.
On October I2 and 13, seven staff members and the
adviser attended the Oregon-Scholastic Press Confer-
ence at the University of Oregon.
Other yearbook projects included a cake and candy
sale, a dance in February, and three special annual
Several additions and changes were made by this
year's staff. Plans were made to include last year's
spring sports, textured paper, and padded covers. A
student opinion poll was taken at the beginning of the
year in order that the staff could design a yearbook to
please the entire student body. Mrs. York was the
willing and helpful adviser who instructed and guid-
ed the staff in performing their respective duties.
Below left: Layout G art staff. L. to R.: N. Smith, P.
Litke, B. Simpson, I. Houghton.
Bottom left: Business staff. L. to R.: S. Riddle, N.
Baldwin, C. Hope.
Below right: Sports 61 typing staff. L. to R.:
E. Ferguson, A. Crisler, B. Wheatley, E. Burch.
Bottom center: Photography staff. L. to R.: G. Bateman
M. Ferris, G. Cathers.
Bottom right: Copy staff. L. to R.: C. Gesik, P. Moses
H. Potwin, I. Morrison.
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Under a new director, the HARBOR LIGHT
started an active year in the fall of 1956 by
printing the weekly activities of Newport
Mr. Creighton and a staff of twenty pub-
lished a paper which held the students' inter-
est by including news, sports, and feature ac-
Colleen Simper took the student lead as
editor. Her six reliable assistant editors were:
Assistant, Iean Morrison, News, Carolyn
Hope, Feature, Helen Potwin, Sports, David
Dexter, Typing, Karen Hartke, and Distribu-
tion, Paul Minnick.
The HARBOR LIGHT was financed by the
student activity and carnival funds.
Below: L. to R.: Assistant Editor I. Morrison, Feature
Editor H. Potwin, not pictured News Editor C. Hope.
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Above: L. to R.: Distribution staff. B. Iohnson, P
Minnick, D. Dexter.
Below left: Reporters. L. to R.: Standing: B. Sexton
I. Rea, B. Davis, C. Simper. Seated: C. Hudlin, C
Sweeney, G. Iones, I. Rasmussen.
Below right: L. to R.: Typing staff. A, Winters, K
Hartke, H. Cathers, P, Adams.
Above: L to R: C. Hunter,
Ward, I. Dudley.
R. Price, I. Thomas, I.
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Below: Standing, L to R: M. Petersen, N. Baldwin
S. Looney, I. Nelson, K. Westerberg, L. Harrison, S
Delrreese. Seated: C. Beal, F. Renken, T. McEntee
P. Anderson, L. Hutchins, T. McQuilliam, I. Ralphs
ML MCCOY E. Stockton, E. Bump, I. Ward, R. Andresen, W
Conklin, A. Hull.
Under the leadership of Mr. McCoy
the NHS band had a very successful
year. The band played at the football
games, and a smaller pep band sup-
ported the rally squad at the basket-
Several concerts, featuring the
band and small instrumental groups,
added highlights to the year. To
earn money for the annual band pic-
nic, members held a spring concert.
The band attended the County Mus-
ic Festival at Taft on March 3U and
later the band contest held in Corval-
Karen Beal directed the band as
student leader. Assisting President
Ierry Dudley were Vice-President Iohn
Ward, Secretary Iudy Thomas, Treas-
urer Cliff Hunter, and Sergeant-at-
Arms Rod Price.
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Top: NHS Pep Band supports.
Center: L to R: S. Looney, M. Peterson, I. Nelson, D. Wheeler.
Back, standing, L to R: K, Iohnson, Mr. McCoy. Back G. Brown, G. Ieppeson, R. Comstock, D. Hall, C.
row, seated: I. Riechlein, F. Fawbush, G. Smith, Hunter, I. Dudley. 2nd row: K. Beal, S. Price, S.
K. Iackson, R. Price, I. Gillhoover, R. Cure. 3rd row: Huitt. lst row: G. Murty, I. Thomas.
The NHS choral Work was directed by Mr.
Sandsmark, returning for his second year,
Chorus members Worked hard preparing num-
bers for the annual Christmas program held
in conjunction with Lincoln Grade School.
They also traveled to Monmouth for the Dis-
trict Festival in March and to Taft for the
Lincoln County Music Festival in April.
The choir continued their campaign for
choir robes by selling "Birthday Calendars"
and magazine subscriptions throughout the
Newport area to increase funds.
Officers elected for NHS chorus were Presi-
dent Bruce Litke, Vice-President Susan Price,
and Secretary-Treasurer Toby Ford.
Below left: Soprano group
Bottom left: Bass and tenor group
Below right: Singing at Xmas time.
Bottom right: Alto group.
Busy NHS students enjoyed staging several
plays throughout the year. ln November the
Speech G Drama class produced three one-act
plays including two comedies- "The Plum
Tree" and "The Lunatics" - and a moving
drama "The Storm".
In Toledo on February 7, several speech
students participated in the Lincoln County
Speech Festival. Their various speeches in-
cluded interpretation, original, impromptu,
and extemporaneous. They also presented the
one-act play "George", Rod Price and Iody
Holmes were honored when they were asked
to return for the night performance.
The Senior Class presented a three-act play
entitled "Ghost of the Air" Which delighted
both NHS students in the afternoon of March
20 and parents and friends at the night per-
formance on March 21.
Below, left: "George" at speech festival in Toledo.
Bottom, left: Rod and Rich in "Ghost oi the Air".
Right: Employer Watson stops threats.
Below, right: Tea party in the "Plum Tree"
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League for terviue
Girls' League continued the yearly traditions
of the club as they sponsored the Girls of the
Month, Honor Day, and Twirp Week Projects.
Efficient Bette Simpson as President led the
NHS Girls' League group. Other officers includ-
ed Vice-President Carolyn Hope, Secretary
Margie Fields, Treasurer Maxine Ferris, and
Sergeant-at-Arms Gloria Ludahl.
Guest speakers were featured at each meet-
ing. Their talks introduced various topics includ-
ing careers in homemaking, vacationing in Eur-
ope and Georgia, and helpful hints for groom-
Bottom: Back row: L, to Fl.: I. Harris, E. Stockton, I.
Morrison, C. Hocken, P. Dickinson, M. Bauer, M.
McQuilliam. Front row: M. Field, M, Ferris, C.
Hope, G. Ludahl.
Below: Sergeant Colbert speaks on juvenile delin- L. to R.: C. Hope, M. Ferris, M. Fields, G. Ludahl.
Service and Learning
Twirp week activities began on Wednes-
day, April 3, with Honor Day. Special recog-
nition was awarded to fourteen girls, at an
honor assembly. The girls were chosen frorn
each class and organization for their out-
Thursday, April 4, students participated in
color clash day. Cotton and Cords were the
style Friday and the twirp dance at night con-
cluded the annual event.
Below, Girl oi Month for Ianuary,
Carolyn Hope receives flower
from Gracie Ieppeson.
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Below, Honor girls, back row L. to R.: C. Hope, B.
Simpson, E. Ferguson, P, Moses, P. Church, I.
Thomas, M. Bauer.
Front row: L. lohnson, l. Wallace, I. Morrison, P.
Adams, E, Cutter, I. Cooke, G. Ieppson.
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and love dominated the scene at
the Sweethearts' Ball in the Lin-
coln school gym on February 15,
as Sweethearts waltzed to grace-
Reigning as King and Queen
of Hearts were the Iunior candi-
dates, Dave Dexter and Pat
Church. Other royal members of
the Sweethearts' Court were
Dick Hart and Marilyn Bauer,
Seniors, Cliff Hunter and Margie
Fields, Sophomoresg and Bill
Frances and Pat Dickenson,
The Iunior Class sponsored the
annual affair. Committee mem-
bers were Ieneane Wagy, re-
freshments, Hazel Cathers, Angie
Winters, and Helen Potwin, dec-
orations, Darlene Harms, Nancy
Smith, and Linda Wolf, adver-
Above: Couples enjoy fine music.
Above center: Marilyn and Pete
Below left: Queen Pat and King David
Newport High School students sponsored
the first Homecoming activities in November
of 1956 with the hope that this would become
To arouse spirit and enthusiasm for the
coming event, NHS students gathered for a
pep rally and bonfire on the night previous to
Cheering and shouting, the students led by
the yell squad, paraded up town to encour-
age the town's people to attend the game
and support the Cubs the following night.
The parade returned to the high school where
industrious freshmen had built a huge bon-
fire. Enthusiastic students gathered around
for the traditional "Burn the Boomers" cus-
During half-time activities, Bette Simpson
was crowned Homecoming Queen by her es-
cort, Dennis Heinen. Other members of Queen
Bette's court included lunior Princess Lana
Iohnson, Sophomore Princess Gloria Ludahl,
and Freshman Princess Beverly lacob. Their
escorts were Terry Morgan, Tom Heryford,
and Daryl Hadley respectively.
Queen Bette I and her royal court reigned
at the Homecoming Dance. At the dance spon-
sored by the Iunior class, many NHS students
and alumni whirled in an atmosphere of gay-
ety under multicolored balloons floating in an
Below: Ray and Donna "Dancing up a storm".
Bottom: l... to R.t Ir. Princess Lana lohnson, Soph.
Princess Gloria Ludahl, Frosh. Princess
Beverly lacob, Sr. Queen Bette Simpson,
Alumnus Ron Braxling.
Above: Queen Bette and Escort Dennis.
Below: L. to R.: Frosh D. Hadley, B. lacob, Soph. T.
Heyford, G. Ludahl, lr T. Morgan, L. Iohnson, Sr.
D. Heinen, B. Simpson.
Bottom: Students, Alumni, and friends enjoy the
Energetic GAA girls participated in bowl-
ing, swimming, and skating parties through-
out the year in addition to the progressive
supper in February and ski trip in March.
Several girls also traveled to the GAA Con-
vention held in Salem in November.
Business meetings were conducted semi-
monthly. Officers presiding were President
Colleen Simper, Vice-President Eunice Fer-
guson, Secretary-Treasurer Cay Danielson,
and Point Chairman Irene Cooke. With the
assistance of their adviser, Miss Iones, the
GAA members had a very enterprising year.
Below: Come and get it!
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Macliimmie, M. Karb. Seated: I. Cooke, cl Simper
Below: Standing, L to R: D. Wheeler, B. Bates, I
Lundgren, M. Waring, I. Lawson, T. McQuilliam, A
Loader, S. Greenwald, G. Wheeler I. Miller S
MacKimmie, E. Ferguson C. Chizek, C. Hocken A
Galloway, P. Moses L. Harrison S. Weise L. Carson
M. McQuilliam, M. Scheffers M. Ferris, M. Karb D
Fogarty B. Von Hoene P. Newton. Seated: L. Cloe
S. Naylor I. Cooke S. Price C. Simper L. LeSueur
G. Ludahl L. DeMars, P. Seth.
Mr. Iohnson Mr. Morrow
Above: Members, L to R, Back row: C. Hunter, M. Zwicker,
B. Litke, R. Steensen, C. Gomoke. Front row: D.
Zetterberg, I. Bailey, D. Hart, W. Braxling.
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The Lettermen's project for the year was
the raising of money tor traveling jackets
for football and basketball teams. They
sponsored a Donkey Basketball game as
a means of raising money.
The Lettermen's club started a tradi-
tion ol a constructive initiation. The new
Lettermen had to paint the locker rooms
and the keys on the basketball court.
The Lettermen's club elected for the
year President Dick Hart, Vice-President
Bill Wheatley, Secretary-Treasurer Iim
Bailey, and Sgt.-at-Arms Rich Crisler,
Above: Officers, L to R: R. Crisler, B. Wheatley
D. Hart, I. Bailey.
Below: Members, L to R, Back row: C. Gesik, R. Cure, B.
Edge, W. Conklin, I. Rea, S. Penter, B. Wheatley, K.
Werner, S. Thomas, H. Carter. Front row: B. Iohnson,
O. Lee, I. Stubbleiield, B. Dorter, R. Comstock, P. Ferris,
A. Crisler, F. Iacobson, R. Crisler, D. O'Hara.
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Honor Society introduced the first tapping
ceremony to NHS students in March with the
initiation of eighteen new members into the
President Carolyn Hope presided during
the program. Pour speakers, lda Wallace, Col-
leen Simper, Dick Hart, and Bette Simpson,
clearly outlined the qualifications of the or-
ganization, scholarship, leadership, character
Carolyn introduced the new members who
were then administered the pledge by Princi-
pal Mr. Shelton. Adviser Mr. Guthrie wel-
comed the new members into Honor Society,
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Bottom: New members, L. to R.: Back
Below, left: Regular members. row. E. Burch' C- petty' I' Dudley' R.
Lttchfield, D, O'Hara, F. Iacobson, R.
Below, right: Administrator of oath, Mr. Price, P. Moses, P. Church, I, Thomas.
Shelton, speakers: l. Wallace, C. Simper, Front row: M. Mc Quilliam, N. Beyerle,
C. Hope, D. Hart, B, Simpson, Mr. P. Adams, T. McQuillicrm, A. Winters,
Guthrie, N. Baldwin, S, Hart.
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The outstanding students of the NHS class-
rooms met as members of the National Honor Soci-
ety, their purpose being to promote, the value of
The "College of the Week" was featured each
week in the library to furnish students with addi-
tional college information. The members also sold
tickets at games to boost their treasury.
Carolyn Hope took the lead as President and
with Mike Hanson, Vice-President, Darlene Ward,
Secretary, and N. Lundgren, Treasurer composed
the Honor Society slate of officers.
A "tapping" ceremony was held on March 6, in
which eighteen new members were elected to the
Adviser Mr. Guthrie.
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Below: Muriel wins with Maluguena.
Bottom left: M. Triplett, T. Ford, V. Kinion, I, Wells,
D. Leonards,4I. Hastick,
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Emcee Mr. Creighton
Below: Iudy Waring plays accordion
Talented high school students from
schools throughout the county presented
the annual Lincoln County Talent Show in
The show was sponsored by the Senior
Class of NHS. Acting as M.C. was Mr.
Creighton, class adviser.
Doc Zetterberg, singing a vocal solo, cap-
tured the grand prize. Other first prize win-
ners were Instrumental-Muriel Triplettg
Vocal Solo -Toby Ford, Vocal Group -
Vernice Kinion and Ioanne Wells, and Nov-
elty - Dick Leonards and Ioanna Hastick
of Waldport. The winner and runners-up
received merchandise awards donated by
Assuming the difficult task of selecting
various winners were the judges: Mr. Bob
Spangler, Mrs. Connie Gates, and Mr.
Clever decorations carried out the theme,
"Toast of the Town", by featuring a city
skyline backdrop under a tipped goblet
and glittering stars.
Top right: I. Paden, R. Price, S, Wade, T,
McQuilliam, M. Field, S. Price.
Center right: Eighth grade quartet.
Bottom left: B. von Hoene, S. Looney, I, Nelson,
C. Palm, C. Raymond, K. Ellis, l. Waring, V.
von Hoene, K.von Hoene.
Bottom right: Ioyce and Shirley win novelty honors.
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Several FHA members brought honors to the Newport
FHA Chapter in the past year at district and state meet-
At the state meeting in Corvallis, Colleen Simper be-
came State FHA President. Colleen attended the National
meeting in Chicago as an Oregon Representative.
Newport acted as host to the annual South Willamette
District Meeting on October 28 at which Marilyn Bauer,
District Chairman, presided. Also at this meeting Helen
Potwin was elected District Editor and acquired the job of
publishing the District newspaper.
The Newport FHA'ers sponsored the annual Football
Banquet and Dance, and a "Chili Feed" after a basketball
President Ioan Houghton presided over the FHA activi-
ties. Other officers included Vice-President Darlene Ward,
Secretary Angie Winters, Treasurer Margie Fields, Histor-
ian Iill Buckingham, Parlimentarian Linda Wolf, News Re-
porter Linda Cloe, Song Leader Pat Church, and Degree
Chairman Helen Potwin.
Below: Ofiicers, L. to R.: Back row: H. Potwin, M.
Field, D. Ward, M. Bauer, I. Buckingham, L. Cloe.
Front row: P. Church, C. Simper, I. Houghton,
I.. Wolf, A. Winter.
Adviser Miss Malicke.
Above: The meeting in progress.
Below, L. to R.: Back row: I. Buckingham, L, Wolf
G. Ludahl, I.. Cloe, H. Potwin, P. Newton, L. De-
Mars, M. Kent, C. Amo, M. Schetfer, M. Field, A
Winter. Front row: M, Bauer, D. Ward, P. Church
I. Houghton, C. Simper, L. Versteeg, S. Naylor, P
The NHS Pep Club, 'also known as the CUBBETTES,
eagerly started the new year in the tall with election
of officers and selection of new uniforms.
President Darlene Ward, Vice-President Pat
Church, Secretary Helen Potwin, Treasurer Linda
Iohnson, with class representatives Sandra Mac-
Kimmie, Mary Lou Schetfers, and Sandy Riddle met
as the Pep Club Council to decide various club prob-
The CUBBETTES undertook several projects, includ-
ing the cleaning of the trophy case, and making signs
and posters to encourage attendance at games.
Among other Pep Club accomplishments were the
various drills and formations which they presented
at several basketball games, these proved to be very
successful. The constitution was also revised to meet
the changing need of the club.
Since the main purpose of the Pep Club is to pro-
mote school spirit, the girls sat together as a group
cheering under the direction of the rally squad, as
they supported the Cubs throughout the year.
Above: Council: S. Riddle, P. Church, L. Iohnston, H. Potwin,
M. Schetters, D. Ward, S. MacKimrnie.
e ow New members Below: Members, L. to R.: Back row: N. Smith, C. Wehling,
P. Moses, E. Ferguson, I. Buckingham. 3rd row: C. Simper,
I. Houghton, I. Harris, M. Kent, M. Peterson
2nd row: P, Church, L. Iohnston, D. Frank, S. MacKimmie
S. Hart. Front row: M. Ferris, S. Riddle, D. Ward, H.
Potwin, M. Schefters.
Below Using the pcm poms.
Yell Queen Darlene Harms and the tive yell
leaders, elected in the spring of '56, became
the newly elected rally squad.
Rosemary Mauch, Carole Zerzan, Ruth Ia-
cob, Angie Winters, and Adrienne Ward, to-
gether with Darlene acted as organizers of
school spirit and sportsmanship as they
cheered the Cubs throughout the football and
Yell leaders: L. to R., in semicircle: C. Zerzan, A
Winters, R. Mauch, A. Ward, R. locob, Center: Queen
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Football: A Cargo...
By defeating Lebanon and Bandon, the Cubs
started their '56 season. Although the Coquille
Red Devils dropped the Cubs in a hard-fought
contest, the Cubs returned home to trounce Taft.
In spite of driving determination, the Cubs
were defeated by Reedsport, Siuslaw, and Tole-
The team elected Bill Wheatley, Senior Right
Halfback and Richard Crisler, Senior Right
Guard as captains for the year.
The Newport Squad placed three men on the
All-Coast Team: lim Rea, Senior Linebacker,
L. to R.: Kneeling: Wheatley, Bailey, Litchfield, Braxling,
R, Crisler, Comstock, Hart, H. Carter, A. Crisler, Doty,
Manager Harms, Center Row: Manager Mitchell,
Iacobson, Werner, Zetlerberg, Rea, Ferris, Albright,
Reggie Comstock, Senior Fullbackg and Ken
Werner, Senior Running Guard.
Hunter, Clack, Penter, Foster Reinertson. Back Row:
Coach Morrow, Dexter, Steensen, Thomas, Conklin,
Reichert, Ward, Ford, Carter, Huitt, Dorter, Streilt,
1956 Football Season
V Home 13 Lebanon 5 ' K N
V Home 14 Bandon 8
'W Home 21 Waldport 7
Manager Harms Home I2 Coquille 20
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Home 13 Reedsport 31
v "i"" Home U PU Freshmen 28
Q' Home 12 Siuslaw 26
to my T Home 13 Toledo 18
52 Manager Reichlein lCIII1bOI'ee 7 Siuslaw
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Left: Bailey finds a well-opened hole.
Center: Offensive team: Line: L. to R.: Iohnson, Penter, R. Crisler, Werner, Braxling,
Ferris, Claclc. Backlieldz Wheatley, Comstock, A, Crisler, Bailey.
Bottom: Wheatley rounds end with good interference,
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The crowning of a pretty Queen, who
reigned in a whirl of gay music, brightly
colored streamers, and merry couples on
Thursday night, November 15, brought the
1956 football season to a close.
Rosemary Mauch, Iunior, was crowned
Football Queen by Coach Morrow and pre-
sented with a white football autographed
by the Cubs.
Ioan Houghton, Carole Zerzan, and Adri-
enne Ward were named as Princesses of
Queen Rosemary's court to reign over the
Below: Team celebrates at football dance.
Right: Queen R. Mauch dances with escort I
Below Right: Queen and her court. L. to R.
R. Comstock, C. Zerzan, Fl. Steensen, I. Houghton
Queen H. Mauch, I. Bailey, A. Ward, C. Hunter.
Top: Spanglerucracks a funny".
Above: Co-Captains R. Crisler and B. Wheatley.
Below: Ellis Moses gives inspirational player award
to Iim Rea.
Bottom: Newport team enjoys banquet supper.
Below Right: All-Star players. L. to R.: R. Comstock
K. Werner, I. Rea.
Awarding and Entertaining
Climaxing another football season, the
Newport Cubs were teted at the annual toot-
ball banquet held on November 15. The event
was sponsored by the FHA girls, under the
direction of President Ioan Houghton and ad-
viser Miss Malicke.
Following a delicious roast beet dinner,
Mayor-Elect Ellis Moses presented the Most
Inspirational Player Award trophy to Iim
Rea, outstanding senior.
Mistress of Ceremonies, Ioan Houghton, in-
troduced Coach Morrow, who in turn intro-
duced the 1956 football team.
Guest speaker, Bob Spangler, KNPT radio
announcer who followed the Cubs through-
out the entire season while broadcasting the
Cubs games, gave an interesting and amus-
ing account of the NHS football season.
Above: M. C. Ioan Houghton.
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At the beginning of the basketball season
there were separate I. V. and Frosh teams.
They played their own games and each had a
schedule. About in the middle of the season
the two teams combined to form oneg but the
Freshmen team continued to play games on
their schedule. The I. V. games were then
played with members from both the I. V. and
The Newport I. V.'s enjoyed a fairly suc-
cessful season. They won 5 games while los-
ing 7. The teams they defeated were: Maple-
ton l, Siuslaw l, Waldport l, Reedsport 2.
Below: I. V. Team L. to R.: Back row: R. Comstock,
G. Cathers, G. Watkinson, D. Grogan, I. Church,
Top: Hughes hauls it down. I. Hughes, G. Erickson, I. Norton, H, Harms, D.
Smith. Front row: R. Litchfield, T. Applegarth, I.
Abovei Zellefbefg dflves IH' Hill, P, Bqmene, D. Hall, c. Abraham.
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cold" season on February 18 by beating their
arch rival Toledo, by a score of 57-51. Al-
though the Cubs were not a winning team
this year, they displayed brilliant ability and
a will to win. The Cubs started the season by
barely losing a thriller to Tillamook, 52-54.
ln league play they had a 5 won - 6 lost re-
cord. The Cubs lost only two seniors this
yearg this shows a promising future for the
Cubs next year.
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Top: Three hands after the ball.
Above: Dick goes in for a jump shot.
Left: Terry gets two free ones,
Below, left: Bruce puts it in for two more points.
Below, right' Terry drives ln.
. . . Award and
The Newport Booster Club sponsored
the annual basketball banquet in March.
The Cubettes and Adviser, Mrs. York,
served the ham dinner.
Mr. Bob Spangler acted as Master ot
Ceremonies. Guest speaker was Coach
Iohn Lewis of Willamette University.
NHS principal, Mr. Shelton, awarded
the Most Inspirational Player Trophy to
Terry Morgan. Mike Zwicker won the
Free Throw Trophy which was presented
by Marshall Simmonds. Mayor Ellis
Moses awarded the Rebound Trophy to
Above: Guest speaker Iohn Lewis.
Below: Everyone enjoys the tine dinner
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Above, Cantor. Terry receives most inspirational player
trophy from Mr. Shelton.
Above: Mike receives iree throw trophy from Mr.
Above: Queen Sue reigns over the dance.
Gay streamers of blue and white dec-
orated the Lincoln gym at the basketball
dance which followed the banquet on
Team captain, Doc Zetterberg,
crowned Susan Morgan Basketball
Queen to reign over the event. Adrienne
Ward and Rosemary Mauch were prin-
cesses of the royal court. The girls were
escorted by team members Bruce Litke,
lim Bailey, and Terry Morgan, respect-
ively. Senior Princess Marilyn Bauer was
unable to attend.
The Pep Club girls decorated for the
dance using crepe paper ot the tradi-
tional school colors.
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Morgan, B. Litke, A. Ward, I. Bailey.
Below, lelt: Decorations committee: L. to R.: N.
Smith, S. Riddle, P. Moses, M. Ferris, H.
Below, right Queen Sue and her royal escort,
The ln inkahle Uubbie'
Victorious throughout the entire year,
the "Cubbies" took the volleyball cham-
pionship of the county tor the first time
in the school's history.
During the year, the Student Council
voted to buy sweatshirts for the "Cub-
bies"g this uniform will be used by suc-
ceeding teams. The girls added bermuda
socks to complete the outfit.
Hours ot practice throughout the sea-
son spent with their adviser, Miss Iones,
resulted in an undefeated season.
Above: Ioan spikes the ball.
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Center Left: A-team, L. to R., Back Row: E. Cutter, E.
Ferguson, R. Andresen, I. Houghton, L. Versteeg,
K. Hartke. Front Row: S. Price, L. Iohnson, S. Hart,
B. Bates, P. Church.
Below Lett: B-team, l.. to R., Back Row: I. Williams, C.
Hockins, M. McQuilliam, L. DeMars, T. McQuilliam,
L. Cloe. Front Row: M. Scheffers, V. Parsons, I.
Sprinkle, L. Brown, R. Williams.
Below: Iean sets it up.
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The Intramural program widened
its fields of sports to include both foot-
ball and softball for the '56 school
Gerry Stubblefield's eleven won
the championship football. The other
team captains in football were Icick
Hill and Dale Shattuck.
Iim Rea's basketball team was
faced with only one defeat which was
handed to them by the faculty. Rea's
five won over Owen Lee's team to take
the championship of Intramural bas-
Softball ended the year in the ln-
Top: Winning team: L. to R.: K. Werner, R, Crisler,
Team Captain I. Rea, I. Clack, I. Ward.
Center: Second place team: Captain O. Lee, W.
Conklin, L. Wilber, D. Bateman. Not pictured -
L. Baxter, G. White.
Lower left: Mr. Guthrie slips in two points.
Lower right: Intramurals in action.
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Newport's Baseball Team finished a very
Above: Moss makes put-out at first.
successful '56 season. The Cubs Won every Home 5 Siletz
game in league play and defeated the Reeds- Home 15 Toledo
port Braves in a best two out of three series. Home I2 Taft
After the play-off with the Braves, the Cubs Home 7 Wqldport
traveled to Seaside where they were dropped Home 7 Taft
by the Gulls 3 to U. Newport had three play- Home 5 Siuslcw
ers placed on the All-Coast Baseball Team, Home 13 Siletz
they were Bill Wheatley - pitcher and out- Home 3 Waldport
fielder, Richard Crisler - pitcher, and lim Home 6 Siletz
Crowell - catcher. Wheatley and Crisler will Home 4 Siusluw
be with the '57 squad. Newport lost through Home lo Toledo
graduation: Dennis Simmonds - shortstop, Home 8 Taft
Louie LeMaster - center fielder, lim Crowell Home ll Toledo
-it catcher, Glenn Moss - right fielder, Home 5 Taft
Dennis Hamilton -- first base, and Art Home 3 Reedsport
Braxling - third base, The '56 squad was Home 5 Reedsport
the first NHS team to represent our league at Home 8 Reedsport
state play-offs. Home 0 Seaside
Below: Back row, L. to R.: Coach Iohnson, Hunter, Hamilton, Abraham. Front Row: Crowell
Litchfield, Penter, Thomas, Iohnson, Conklin, Manager A. Crisler, Zetterberg, Wheatley.
Bateman. Row 2: LeMaster, Braxling, Moss, Simmonds,
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Below L to R Standing Mgr G White V. Passmore,
S Thomas B Wheatley T Morgan C. Hunter, R.
Litchfield W Conklin Kneeling R. Hart, A.
Crisler I Zetterberg R Crisler I Rea, S. Penter.
Pa t and Pre ent it was ,
The Newport Cubs baseball team
started full scale practice March 18.
The Cubs have very few returning let-
termen, but several of the non letter-
rnen have had considerable experi-
ence. The first scheduled game was
for March 29, but because of rain it
was postponed. Postponements were
The Cubs, having won the District
Championship last year, had a high
goal to shoot for. Senior players Rich
Crisler, Doc Zetterberg, Bill Wheatley,
and Richard Hart helped to make the
his hunting form.
Crisler and Conklin.
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The Newport Track Team broke many
records and won the Coast League cham-
pionship to complete Newport's perfect
year in all four sports.
The Newport track squad won the Cen-
tral Relays, the County, the Coast League,
and the District ZA-2 track meets.
Newport qualified six men for the state
track meet, they were Reggie Comstock,
Howard Carter, Harry Cure, Bruce Litke,
and Louie LeMaster. At state, the 880 Re-
lay team placed fourth in the finals, and
Carter placed sixth in the 220 dash.
lim Bailey broke the school record that
was set by Chuck Mattucci in l949.
Mattucci ran the 440 in 55.9 seconds,
Bailey ran it in 54 seconds flat. Both rec-
ords were set at the County Track Meet.
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Below: Back Row, L. to R.: Coach White, Miltimore, Front Row: Manager O'Hara, Rasmussen, Litke, Lee,
Pakulak, Graves, LeMaster, Edge, Werner, Bailey, Perry, Westerberq, Ward, H. Carter, Peterson, Smith,
Cure, Litchfield, R. Carter, Hultin, Pratt, Burch. Schneider, Stubhlefielcl, Manager Gesik.
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J 'iff' I relays however, the squad has sprint- A
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track men. Newport High is looking for
a good track season.
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Below, L. to R. Back row, Coach White, S, Wade, B. Front row: Mgr. T. Liming, L. Parker, B, Schetfers G
Edge, K. Westerberg, I. Ward, S. Rasmussen, B. Watkinson, D. Shattuck, B. Francis, R. Comstock
Litke, D. O'Hara, T. Clarkson, M. Hanson, R. R. Sherburne, G. Murty, I. Stubbletield.
Comstock, K. Werner, H. Carter, Mgr. I. Dudley.
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ticed for four sports. However, be-
cause there was no organized team in
Lincoln County, Coach York's toot-
ball team had no season.
Coach White's basketball squad
played nine games, several with
freshmen teams from other county
schools. NeWport's Cardinals had
three victories. Bob Butts held the
Coaches White and York directed
spring sports, baseball and track re-
Both Eighth Grade cheerleaders
and pep club followed the teams and
offered their support.
Above left: Standing, L, to Ft.: Coach White
I. Watkinson, T. Robinson, P. Anderson
I, Gardner, B. Butts, I, Mochnick, S. Penter
L. Sumner, D. Osborne, B. Nelson, D
Collins, R. MacKimmie, M. Spenser. Kneele
ing: M. Smith, L. Nibler, G. Wagner.
Left: Standing L. to R.: Coach York, D
Cheney, Fl.Mochnick, K. Beck, I. Watkinson
S. Penter, T. Robertson, L, Sumner, D
Collins, P. Anderson, R. MacKimmie. Kneel-
ing: I. Gardner, B, Butts, M, Smith, D
Berklund, G. Wagner.
Below: Standing, L. to R.: F. Fawbush tMgrl
R. Mochnick, R. MacKimmie, B. Butts, I.
Sumner, S. Penter, I. Watkinson, I. Gardner
D. Collins, D. Cheney. Kneeling: S. Young
D. Berklund, G. Wagner, B. Thompson
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The Ma ter Mariner
Under the leadershlp of Presldent Dlck Hart
Vxce Presxdent B111 Dorfer Secretary Darlene
Ward Treasurer Colleen Slmper Sergeant at
Arms Peter Ferrls and Representatxve B111
Wheatley the ambltlous and energetnc semors
clxrnaxed four successful years here at NHS
when they graduated on May 29 1957 Bac
calaureate servlces were held on May 26
The Senrors of 1956 57 entered NHS 1D
1952 and under the1r able Presldent Albert
Strxeff earned the thlrd place posltxon for
the1r Carnxval Prmcess Marg1e Goble
Workmg earnestly and dllrgently as Sopho
mores under the1r Pres1dent Doc Zetterberg
they acqu1red second place honors for thexr
Prmcess Bette S1mpson
Pretty Mar1lyn Bauer was selected as Car
n1val Prmcess the following year and wlth
Presxdent Bette Slrnpson the Iunlors were
agam awarded second place honors
One of the b1g respons1b1l1t1es of the Class
durmg the1r Iumor year was the sponsor1ng
of the Iumor Semor Prom Blue Heaven
The bxg year for the Class of 57 came dur
1ng the1r f1nal year at NHS Cooperatlng as
an actlve and l1vely group they sponsored
several fun mghts and dances Also to 1n
crease the1r class funds the Senlors sold
mums and held cake auctlons durmg the
The Senxor Class candldate sparkllng
Bette Srmpson was crowned Homecommg
Queen at the Newport Toledo football game
Class Offxcers L toR B Dorfer D Ward P Ferrls C Stmper D Hart
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Transfer from Canby High
Transfer from North Bend
Student Body Secretary
District FHA Chairman
ANCHOR Business Manager
Transfer from South Salem
Transfer from Menlo Wash
Football Coast League
Lettermen s Club
Transfer from Barron Wis
Baseball All Star Team
Student Body Sgt at Arms
Football Co Captain
Transfer from Tillamook
Speech and Drama
Transfer from Canby
Cla Vice President Br
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Girls' League Treasurer
Sgt At Arms Sr
Lettermen s Club
Band Treasurer Ir
Transfer from Grant
Speech and Drama
Lettermen s Club President
Student Body Treasurer
Senior Class President
Transfer from Milwaukee
Homeroming Fsro t
Honor so it ty Pre ident
lunior Class Treasurer
Cirls League Vice Prrs
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Transfer from Stayton
Honor SOC19lY Treasurer
Transfer from Sprrngfreld
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Pam? and Brush Club
AUd1O V1suals Club
Boys Pep Club
Parsons Mary Ann
One World Club
Speech and Drama
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Transfer lrom Corvall1s
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Clrls League Presldenl
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Student Rody Prcsxdcnt
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von Hoene Karen
Iunror Class Representatwe
Lettermen s Club
Speech and Drama
Pep Club Pres1dent
Senror Class Secretary
Student of Month Rotary
Sgt at Arms Freshman
luntor Class Vrce Presrdent
Transfer from Taft
Lette-rmen s Club
Football Co Captam
Transfer from Rarmer
Transfer from Dayton
Sophomore Class Presrdent
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Mariner ol' Ili tinction
Top lelt Best Lookmg Bette S111 pson cmd Blll
Top rrght Most hkely to succeed Rtalcrrd
Hcxrt and Ccxrolyn Hope
Center rrght Frlendlxest Ilm Rea and Dcxrlunf.
Bottom left Most Athlettc R1chcxrd Crxsler und
Bottom flghl Best Dressed Btll Dorler and
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Below: Graduates Baccalaureate recessional.
Baccalaureate services for fifty-four gradu-
ating seniors were held in the Newport High
School gymnasium on Sunday evening, May
Rev. David Dunning of the Christian
Church read the invocation and Rev. William
Portis of the First Baptist Church presented
the scripture and sermon. Rev. Virgil Dexter
of the Free Methodist Church gave the bene-
The Newport High School Chorus sang sev-
eral numbers, and Mrs. Burnell White served
as organist for the traditional religious serv-
The Sophomore Class provided the decora-
B"lOW Seniors hear Sunday services
Above: Valedictorian Lea Versteeg.
Below: Salutatorian Rod Price.
Ma ter Mariner
The Class of '57 clirnaxed four wonder-
ful Newport High School years as they
proudly accepted their diplomas from
School Board Chairman Roger Hart at the
Commencement exercises held on Wednes-
day evening, May 29.
Leatrice Versteeg and Rod Price present-
ed the valedictory and salutatory address-
Instead of the usual guest speaker, three
class members shared the honor of speak
ing at their graduation. They included an
address by Dick Hart, "Graduation Night
by Darlene Ward. and "What's the Differ
ence?" by Colleen Simper
Rev. Robert Clark of the Presbyterian
Church read the invocation and Rev. Her
bert Bennett gave the benediction
Principal Mr. Shelton presented the
Class of '57, and Honor Society Adviser Mr
Guthrie presented awards and scholar
ships. The music was furnished by the
Newport High School Band
The Iunior Class decorated for the event
featuring the class colors, red and white
the class flower the red rose- and the motto
"We build the ladder we climb
Top right: Parents photograph graduates.
Above: Mr. Shelton presents graduates to Mr, Hart,
School Board Chairman.
Right center: Richard Hart, class president.
Right: Darlene Ward "Graduation Night".
Lett: Graduates climb to commencement stage,
Above Mrs Shelton pours punch lor the mothers and
Below Darlene one of twenty Glrls League models clrsplays
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