Newport High School - Blunita Yearbook (Newport, PA)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1954 volume:
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These are the
w11ters of our play
Top: J. Trout. P. Saylor. Mrs. Wolpert. B. Peterrnan. M. Gardner. Third: L. DeLancey
J. Wright. W. Super, D. Charles. J. Shir-k. R. Wallis. L. Campbell. Second: R. Bals-
lmaugh. L. Haines. D. Haines. R. Charles. C. Dick. M. Stahl, D. Sarver, J. Amsler, R.
Wiley, R. Woods. Mr. Houser. Front: S. Kennedy. A. Baer, S. Myers, S. Snyder, H
Buckiwalter. S. Wilson. R. Kipp. J. Shutt. P. Knisely. S. Cumbler. R. Bolinger. R. Rice.
STANLEY P. HOUSER. .'K.ll.. XI.Erl.
l'e-nnsylvania State flollega-
"All the worldis a stage.
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances.
And one man in his time plays many parts..-
With a few liberties the preceding quotation
"As You Like lt" could read:
"All the schoolis ll stage.
And all the pupils merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances.
And one pupil in his time plays many parts."
Senior Class Advisors
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Pennsylvania State Colle-ge
You. seniors. are finishing one of the acts in your lives-school life. Its many
phases. curricular and extracurricular. have been filled with challenges which you
have met successfully. Now you are departing from the stage of the Newport Schools
and will start another act. Friends. teachers. activities. and studies-all will be fond
memories. Some of you will further your education: some will go into the business
world: many will become homemakers: and others will join the armed forces. What-
ever your choice may be. we want you to know that we. as advisors. have endeavored
to work with you. understand your problems. and in a small way. guide you during
your school life. We have learned with you and will cherish the memories of our
associations. To you we most sincerely say:
"The best of happines. honor. and fortunes. keep with you!"
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In this annual. our Blunita, the class of '54 presents through names of students
and teachers. also individual. class and group photographs. an interesting period of
Newport Joint Schools. Even the people of our Joint School Area. and others with
their advertisements have a share in the achievement of this fine annual. The
editors and advisors have given a fine service in assembling this annual which brings
pleasant memories. All readers.
through these pages. can note the
evidence of lmettcr schools, which
mean richer farms. better business
places. more wholesome com-
munity activities. hetter homes
and more effective churches in
the Newport Joint School Area.
H. K. EBY
To Hamlet in Shakespeareis play of that
name there was a great decision to make. He
alone could make it. You too must make
decisions. In every phase of school activity
and in life relationships. your teachers desire
for you a wise discernment in all decisions
which you make. "To he or not to he?" is
the question facing you repeatedly. Be alert.
be diligent in effort and may success he yours
in all your worthwhile endeavors.
EARL S. KIPP
High School Principal
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PHYLLIS HAIR MYERS
IIS.. Shippenshurg S.T.C.: Red
Cross Advisor. Director of Cha-er
leaders, Librarian, Sophomore Class
Advisor. Geography and Art.
ILS.. East Stroudsburg. 5.T,C.
Seventh Grade Advisor. Girls' Coach
Health. Physical Education. History
ll.5.. ljlooinshnrg. S.T.C.g Eighth
llradc Advisor. Science. Ueograpliy.
CLARENCE D. ROTHENBERGER
IIS.. Albright Collegeg Columbia
Universityg Junior Class Advisor.
Science and Math.
VIRGINIA NI. SHARP
lib.. West Chester NIL.: birls
lllee Cluh. Chorus. Vocal Music.
,-XII.. Dickinson College: junior
Senior Play ,-Xdvisor. English. I.atin
MARY NI. WERTZ
A.B.. Bucknell Eniwersity: Eighth
Grade Advisor. History. Reading.
BS.. Susquehanna Iinixersity. Ur-oi,
rapliy and qXrt.
KATHRYN CHIST .VSNET MlI.LltLi-XX. RN. ELWOOD FTRICKIAND
Central Penn Abington Hospital School Custodian
Business College School Nurse
Grade chool Faculty
Top: Mr. Clifford Raffensperger. Elementary Principal: Mr. Charles Kline. Custodian:
Mr. Cup' Rhykerd. Fifth and Sixth: Mr. Williard jones. Fifth and Sixth. Middle: lllfs
Taeie llelnett. Fifth and Sixth: Mrs. Martha Hol-te. Fourth Grade: Miss Elizabeth Tucker
I-B: Miss Martha English. 2-A: Miss Helen Hoke. l-A. Front: Miss Pauline Whitekettle
2-B: Mrs. Claire Barton. 3-X: Mrs. llda Baker. 3-B: Mrs. Mary Eslinger. Fifth and Sixth
Mrs. Florence Beasom. 4-K: Mrs. Mary Cox. l-l. and 2-l..
tMrs. 'liacie tif-luf-It flied ilanuary lift
11e.:e are the 'lctols w 0
have plwyed m-xjor roles in our
drama. Mfiy our friendship
continue in the dlulfllii of life.
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ANNA Lofts!-i BAER
" tum" ll4frumr'rm'ial
R4-il llrnfx 41 Offiw- Sl't'I'1'li.lTY 4: llluv anil Whit:-
3. Circulation Nlanapvr -1. Clmrus 2. 3. -4: Xiu-iv
Night 3. 4.
lie-ing with lin-P 54-vre-tary
My aliility to gvt along with purple- tw .l0M'Illlll14'
J. Rirziurm BALSBALCH
Junior-N-niwr Play 3. 41 lflzmilrz l,ll4'lU,Uf8Ibll0'l' -I
fllwru- 2. 3. 4: Nlu-if Night 2. 3. 4.
Nlmlf-l lrainx lim-tor
My lenuwlwlggv- nf wiiriw- I1r,l4rllI'l Ro-ight:-r
JOHN JACOB ANISLER
Junior-Sf-ninr Play Stage Manage-r 3. 4: ,lunior
Yarxity F4-otliall 1. 2: Var-ity lfuotliall 3. 4: lla-fu
lmall 2. 3. 4: Xarsity Club Fl. 4.
'll'll get Pz'Pn."'
N154 -pr-1-il to llaxv' l'ryr'
FRANK RUSSELL BAKER
Junior Varsity Fuutliall 1: Var-ity Fnotliall 2. 3. 4g
Varsity Clulr 3. 4.
"You fl0V1,f lfnoug do you?"
Hooking School-Air Furcv
My pa-s Catrliing ability to nxlttllku Shull
LEON RAY BIERBOWER
Student Council 2. 3. President 4: Class President
2: Chorus 2. 4: Music- Night 1. 2. 45 junior Varsity
Foothall 1. Captain 1: Varsity Football 2. 3. 4:
,lunior Varsity llaslu-thall 1: Varsity liaskethall 2.
3: llasehall 1. 2: Varsity Clulf l. 2. 3. 4: Varsity
Cluli shove' 1. 2.3.-1,
My spf-f-fl in football to Ronald Cox
GERALD WALLACE BREAM
Projectionist 1. 2. 3. 4: Junior-Senior Play 3: Blue
and White Reporter 2. 3, 4: Chorus 3. 4.
Airplanes --Test Pilot
My job as school projeetionist to Louis Mayer
IKOBERT STEVENS BOLINCER
Class President 3. 4: Halloween King 4: Junior-
Senior Play Stage Manager 3. 4: Blue and White
Reporter 2. 3, 4: Blunita Sales Manager 4: Band
1, 2, 3. 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Music Night 2, 3. 4:
Junior Varsity Foothall 1: Varsity Foothall 2. 3,
Co-Captain 4: junior Varsity llaslcetlmall 1: Var-ity
Basketball 2. 3. 45 Baseball 1. 2. 3, 41 Varsity Cluh
1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Varsity Club Show
1.2. 3. 4: Best llaselxall 4.
"You better believe ilfi'
Dear Hunting -College
Nly speed in shower room to ,Iakie 'lirout
HELEN MAE BIICKWALTER
Student Council 1. 2: May Day 1: Blue and White
Reporter 2. 3. Feature Editor 4: Blunita 4: Music
Night 3. 4: Chorus 2. 3. 4.
"Well for Heaz'en's sake."'
My auhurn hair to Mrs. Soule
FHA 1, 2. Yin- Prosiflrfllt 3. Pri'-i1le'nt -ll
Show 1. 2. 4.
Uv ability In ge-I away In -katv In Hy-I
Cumlf: l,URRAlNI'I C.n1Pm3I.I.
Rf-d Cross 41 Vanity Clulr 3. -lg Varsity Fnmllmall 3
4g l5.1.4lwall2. -5.
Ability In play tackled to Ralph lmfh
BARBARA SUE CUMBLER
Red Cross, Vice President 3g Office Secretary 45
junior-Senior Play 3, 45 Cheerleader lg May Day
15 Blue and White Reporter 2, 3, Business Manager
43 Blunita Typist -lg Band 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43
County Chorus 2, 3, 43 Clee Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Music
Night 1. 2, 3. 4.
"How 'bout thal."'
My dark hair to Judy Neilson
CHARLES NIERYIN DICK
Hunting-Join the Army
My mathematical brain to James Clouser
DAVID MAX HAINES
Banzl 1. 2. 3. 43 Music Night 1. 2. 3. 4: Bascball 1.
"Whal's the good nord?"
H0ckcy4,loin the Army
My sparc tirc to Mr. Fitzpatrick
Vmoixu Lousr: Honrixc.
Office' Se-cr:-tary 4: lJ'lum'ta Typift 4.
"You 11011-I .Vliklil
My lid-lll'Ulllf'NN to Dftry Brown
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MARY IARVE GARDNER
l'llX l. 2. .l. -1. 1' ll 'X Rv-pnrtvr 1.
'ily nii-chif-mm ways in H1-mc lic lu Joan llulilx
LENUS ALBERT HAINES
Red Cross 1. 24 Junior-Senior Play 3g Blue and
White 2. 3, Etlitor-in-Chief 4g Hlunita Sports Editor
43 Chorus 2. 3. 41 Music Night 3. 4g Junior Varsity
Basketball 1. 2g Varsity llaxkvtliall 3. 4: Varsity
. y maths-matical ability to Nlr. Crceslcr
GLOROE ALLEN KESSLER
Junior Vanity F 11fw tliull I: Yarfity Football 3. rl:
Yurxity Cluli 1.
"llon'l fznouy U0 youffl
Nly aliility tn foul Nlr,gXtlan1ltO Luther Miller
PAULINE DELORES KNISELY
Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 45 Office Secretary 45 Junior-
St-niOr Play 3. 43 Blue' and White Rvportvr 2. 3,
Ht-all Typirt 4g Blunilri Typist -lg Chorus 2. 3. 45
Music Night 3, 4.
"Hou: frm you lellff'
llrixing Ulil- Hr-, Carl llainm-N
My c'0-opvratiun in vlaxs avtivitivi tO Dixy Farwr
liliisy ELLEN Kim-
Librarian 1. 2, 3. 4: Blue rim! lT'hi'1e Hvportf-r 2, 31
FXl'llL1Ilglt' lftlitor lg lfllllll-fl! '13 Churus 2, 3, 43
County Chorus 3. 44 District Chnruf 4: State Chorus
-lg Glu' Cluli 1, 2. 3. 4g Nlufim' Night 1. 2. 3. -1.
"I .slmulfl srnife'."'
Le-ttt-r writing: --LQOII1-gr
Nly gigglf- to Saunmlu Nlillvr
DONALD HAROLD LONG
FF,-X 2. 3. 4.
My gooil lwliaxior tu Elwmnl Cainpbvll
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HAROLD EDWARD PACE
My alrility to km-p a girl tt- jim lfaiiiplie-ll
SHIRLEY NITA NIYERS
Junior-S4-niur Play Proiiiptf-r 3. -1: Blur rmrl Wlhilf
Rt-porter 2. 3. Adv:-rtising Managffr 4: Blimim
Typixt 4: lfhtirux 2. 3. -1: Nluxir' Night 1: lla-ltvtlsall
mage-r -11 Cirl-' Yairxity tlluli -1.
Rollvr Skating: Join tlif- Will
My shurt hair In ,Mia Fyan-
STANLEY LEROY HHOADS
Baseball 3. 1.
llrixiiig liix i-ur Nlai limi-I
Nly ulrility iii uiailli tu Xiitilwt Nlzirklr
BETTY JANE l'E'l'l-QRMAN
Junior-Senior Play Proiiipte-r 43 Blue and While Rr--
porter 2. 3. Typift 43 Blunila 4.
"Come along and see."'
Uriying Uatll Plyrnouth-Typiwt
Nly typing ability to Joym- Huff
ROBERT ADAM RICE
Junior-Senior Play 3. 45 Blue and While Reporter 2.
Sports Editor 3. 4, Blunita Associate Editor 3.
Editor-in-Chief 4g Chorus 2, 3, 43 County Chorus 2.
39 Blusic Night 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football 1, 2.
Captain 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 43
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 1, 2, Vice President
3, President 45 Varsity Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Best Football
3. 43 Best-All-Around Athlete 3, 4.
"No kiddin' though ,"'
Nly appetite t0 Nlr. Pr-ffer
EUGENE Ricmno SEIDERS
.lunior-Senior Play 3. 4.
My science knowledge to liggie Nliller
DONALD LEE SARVER
Junior-Senior Play 3, 4, Blunita 4, Bantl I, 2, 3. 43
County Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3. 4: Nlu-ie Night
3, 43 ,lunior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Slum'
2, 3. 4.
"Wrap it up and 1'll lake il ulong."'
Kly height to Bill wiellley
JAMES ROGER Siiicx
Chorus 2. 3. 4: Junior Varsity Football 1: Varsity
Football 3. 4: .lunior Varsity Basketball l. 2. 3:
Football Nlanager 23 Baseball 3. 4: Varsity' Club 4.
"I dorft l.'nou'."'
Bly ability In keep the beneh warm to Glen Shull
DHIRI FX XNN SNYDER E- 1
y ability to play ba lutball to Ann Campbell f-H 'i
AYDREY JOANNE Fiirrr
junior-Fe-nior l'lay 3. 4: Nlay llay l: Blue aml
While 2. 35 .M-ixtant flirvulation Manage-r 4: Bfllllllffl
43 Chnru- 4: Var-ity Show l.
MYVIPII Jorft need lo 1.'nnu."'
Citing to Nlilli-rfburg: fqlob at llwll 'liw'lf'lubonf-
Nly ability to work at lxIf'34lOW Grim- Park tit Nam-y
MELN'1N LAWRENCE STAHL
Junior-Senior Play 3, 4g Blzmita -lg Chorus 2, 3, 43
Junior Varsity Football lg Varsity Football 2. 3. 43
Baseball 2. 3. 4g Varsity Club 3. 43 Varsity Show
1. 2. 3. 4.
My ability to play-guard to Lew Cressler
JOYCE JEANNETTE TRoL'T
Blue and White He-portffr 2. Fl: 'liypixt '11 Blunita -12
Bae-ke-tball 2. 3. lg Girl-' Varxity fflub 2. 3. Se-cr:-tary
'l'rf'asurf'r -lg Var-ity Show 3, -1.
i'T11EfPlS no future in Itfi'
Ice- -lcatingw Typi-1
About tf-n pound- of my we-ight to my 1'fv u-in Jane-t
RICHARD WESTLEY WALLIS
Hlunim 41 Hand 1. 2. 3, -lg County Band 1. 2, 3. 43
Chorus 3. 43 Music Night 1, 2, 3. -1.
Outboard motor boat raving-Farnwr
My ability to play my trombone' to Robert Todd
MARTHA ELIZABETH L'RlCI1
Junior-Svnior Play Prompter -lg Ufficv Secrc-tary 4.
My rod hair to Je-an Smith
ROBERT BARTON WILEY
Varsity Football Manager 1. 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 4.
My waxy hair to Skip Cox
EUGENE RALPH WOODS
Class Vice President 1. 3. 43 Junior-Senior Play 3.
4: Blunila Advertising Manager 4g Blue and White
Reporter 2. 3. 4g Varsity Football Manager 1. 2. 3.
4: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3g Varsity Club 4.
"That's what you think, buddy",
Driving a car-Truckdriver
My ability to drive lhotrocll to Louise Sharar
lfniterl States Army Air Force
United States Nawy
SANDRA JANE WILSON
Junior-Senior Play 3. 4: Rf-il Cross 31 Bfzmilrz 41
Blue and White Reports-r 2. 3. News l'f4lit0r 4:
Chorus 2. 3. 4: Music Night 2. 3. 41'llaskf-tball l.
2. 3. C0-Captain 4: Varsity Night 3. el: Cirls' Varsity
Club 2. 3. 4.
My tennis ability to Mr. ltlouser
JOANNE ALMERA WRIGHT
junior-Senior Play 43 Blzmita Typist 4g Chorus 3.
4g Music Night 3. 43 May Day 1.
My peroxirle bangs to Mrs. llrinser
The last our years we ll never regret
Here are a ew proverbs o rrends we have met
Iohn Amsler rs a baseball star
In lr e he rs sure to go ar
Whenever you see a grrl wrth black curly harr
You can almost be sure rt rs Anna Baer
Rrchard Balsbaugh rs a senror brarn
To go to college rs hrs arm
Russell Baker rs a humorous boy
Englrsh class rs hrs greatest joy
Leon Brerbower helps provrde laws or the school
For over the Student Councrl he rules
Bob Bolrnger rs Presrdent o our class
He has done a lot or us rn the past
Gerald Bream never bothers the dames
He d rather spend hrs time on model arrplanes
Helen Buckwalter wrll choose a career rn nursrng
To get better marks she rs always workrng
One o Lorrame Campbell s greatest delrghts
Is gorng skatrng every nrght
Robert Charles rs a champ rn a ootball game
W rth hrs sports he has garned much ame
Dorothy Charles you can o ten see
When you buy your grocerres at the ACME
Even though .lames Clay rs qurte small
Hrs abrlrtres and rdeas are very tall
Rrchard Clouser rs among our smaller boys
Wherever you rnd hrm there wrll be plenty o
Sue Cumbler works wrth all her mrght
She s Busrness Manager ofthe BLUE and WHITE
A jolly boy rn our class rs DeLancey
To get rn trouble rs hrs greatest ancy
Charles Drck rs the hunter o our class
He never lets a rabbrt or squrrrel pass
Dave Harnes owns a car
He drzves rt everywhere near and ar
Lenus Harnes rs our class mathematrczan
He makes those rgures stand up wrth recognrtron
Vrrgrnra Hortrng seems very quret
Burl guess she garns a lot by rt
George Kessler wrll help rarse our food some day
For now he rs a member ofthe F F A
Ruby Kzpp rs a very pretty srnger
She has a vorce I m sure success wrll brrng her
Paulrne Knrsely woman drrver 0 our class
In typrng she cannot be surpassed
0 the F F A Donald Long rs a gallant member
Much to thrs world he rs sure to render
Shrrley Myers rs manager 0 the basketball team
She sees that the grrls are on the beam
Harold Page doesn t talk much rn class
But when he does recrte rt s short and ast
Betty Peterman a rrendly grrl rn our class
Certarnly knows how to work and ast
Stanley Rhoads rs always Cryrng the Blues
Because he doesn t know whrch grrl to choose
Bob Rrce rn school sports rs tops
But at home he s srmply known as Pop
Eugene Serders has an ambrtzon to ly
Some day he ll make hrs career rn the sky
I rm Shrek whose uture rs undecrded
Wrll probably wrnd up wrth a wrfe besrde hrm
Donald Sarver rs handsome and tall
When rt comes to grrls he thrrlls them all
I m sure she wrll r all goes well
Shrrley Snyder has pretty black harr
You can see her wrth a ellow almost everywhere
Melvrn Stahl rs a demon rn ootball
When he tackles them they really all
Wanda Super rs a grrl that rs a lot o un
She always has a smrle or everyone
On the basketball teanr loyce Trout rs a guard
And wrth her homework she works very hard
Martha U rrch rs backward and shy
But she ll get over that when she meets the rrght
Rrchard Wallis has a brg red car
But wrth hrs gas mrleage he doesn t go ar
Robert Wrley rs not very ast rn school
But he s an Ace at shootrng pool
Sandra Wrlson has the abrlrty I m sure
To become a good nurse and be success ul once
Ralph Woods rs a carefree lad
But he s the ellow who got our ads
loanne Wright uants to spend her remarnrng years
Wrth a certazn someone guardrng her from all ears
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Perhaps it was the influence of the war
that led to the "garbage battlei' that we
remember from those early years. The
battle ended with the "soldiers" getting
D's in citizenship.
We entered the seventh year with the
usual anxiety and perplexity. By the time
Mr. Buffenmyer got us oriented, we found
ourselves in the eighth grade. The Fresh-
man Hop introduced most of us to danc-
ing in 1950. Several parties and May Day
exercises highlighted the school year.
We began to work seriously as a class in
our sophomore year. Mrs. Wolpert and
Mr. Houser were added to the class and
were destined to remain as our advisors
for the remainder of our school days. We
"May Day Spiriti'
Senior Class H istor
Most Americans recall the year 1941 as
the beginning of World Wlar 11. but to the
Class of 1954 it marked the beginning of a
While bombs were falling in all parts
of the world, we little tykes were busily
learning our ARCS. reading. writing. and
arithmetic. Vile now realize how indebted
we are to all of our teachers who worked
and worried with us during these import-
ant fundamental yearsg Miss Tucker. Miss
Walker. Miss English, Miss Wlhitekettle.
Mrs. Barton. Miss Klinepeter. Mrs. Oyler.
Mrs. Hoke. Mrs. Eslinger. and Mr. Raffens-
"Dail Bait Rehearsal"
began to build a class treasury by staging
projects such as bake sales. soup sales
1What a mess!! and skating parties. We
met many new subjects in our classes when
we began to prepare for chosen occupa-
tions. The class was split into groups of
future farmers. homemakers. business peo-
ple. and college students. We chose our
class colors of blue and gray. our motto
became "Knowledge comes. but wisdom
lingersfi and our class flower. the red
rose, was selected. This year also saw us
sporting class hats and class rings. The
outstanding social event was the Sopho-
more Tea. given by us in honor of the
Class of 1952 and their mothers.
Ill UUI' jllllllll' yeal' YVC C011-
tinued to work. building our treas-
ury' to finance our senior trip to
New York. The sale of candy' at
noon and during basketball games
was our principal project. We had
some star actors and actresses in
the junior-Senior Play'g"lJate
i Bait." We were very' proud of the
' junior Prom which had for its
theme. "Tiptoe Through the Tu-
lips." It proved a project of work
and fun for all.
'Hay' Day' lfeauliesw
ln 1953 we entered, our final year in the Newport joint Schools. Again we
participated in the Junior-Senior Play entitled "Special lleliyery Male." Our
class was well represented on the championship football and basketball teams.
Activities and class work kept us so busy' that the senior year seemed to be the
shortest in our school careers. The Blunita publication. music. dramatics.
journalism. and other activities found the Class of '54 well represented. The
Junior Prom. Sophomore Tea. both in our honor. and the long-awaited trip to
New York wound up the social events in our school lives.
Vlve feel sure that the school will miss us as we shall miss our many friends.
Graduation finds us happy' but reluctant to leave good old Newport High.
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Third rovf: J. Clouser. Nl. Troutman, E. Harper. B. Latchfortl. T. Woods. R. Bailor, B. Shuman.
Second row: T. Chilton. J. Wallace. T. Zang. R. Wevoflau. J. Holley. J. Trout. A. Varner. D. Page.
Front row: R. Barrick. W. Light. J. Coller. J. Dillman. C. Cassel. C. Lerch. C. Smith, C. Holley,
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Top row: B. Huss. R. Shick. M. Benner. F. Mayer, J. Geary, C. Jacobs, B. Miller, A. Little
Third row: D. Rush. C. Mathna. N. Amsler. J. Carl. BI. Longwell. D. Crow. R. Shutt. Second row
T. Shepley. E. Peters. R. Zeiclers. L. Reigle. C. Welfley, P. Calic, C. Rinehart. Front row. F. Boova
P. Burd. B. Miller. H. Kline. B. Lightner. J. Latham, B. Hammaker. B. Hench, J. Barrick.
Top row: V. Seiders. S. Hall. D. Knepp, V. Charles, B. Smith, Y. Smith, F. Cams. Third row: W
Hoffman. L. Strawser. J. Wilmer, M. ifrich. W. Hestor, B. Miller, J. Focht. Second row: W
Miller. R. Witmer. P. Cox. D. Shenk. R. Potter. M. Hetrick, R. Rhoakes, D. Frye. Front row: J
Kahler. D. Arnold. D. Shull. L. Blaine. J. Wright, O. Smith. B. Wallis. P. Lenig, G. Ebersole
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Top: C. Shaw. C. Neidigh. A. Willis. E. Willow. N. Campbell. N. Crist, B. Baker. 0. Benson.
Third: W. Cox. H. Zimmerman, R. Sc-iler. C. Freeland. S. Rhoades, W. Trout, ,l. Westford.
Second: N. Zang. T. Potter. B. Campbell. R. Rhoades. F. Delancey. C. Riggles, R. Snyder. Front: 5-C
P. Saylor. P. Campbell. D. Campbell. J. Arlmogast, I.. Wright. P. Clouser. G. Kline, P. Musser.
V. Houck. '
Top: R. Lenig. P. Flickinger, P. Bitting. C. Miller. C. Baker. L. Scott, J. Jones. Third: B. Willis.
M. Nearhood. D. Whitekettle, C. Baker. R. Taylor. C. Clay. .l. He-isey, .l. Dotson. SOC0l'1d! J.
Freeland. 5. Huss, R. Howell. R. Shultz. M. Clouser, ll. Smith, C. Cressler. Front: K. Holley. 5.
Walborn. R. Snyder. K. Latchford. R. lfrich. P. Zang. L. Walborn. Absent: B. Mitchell. L.
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Top: R. Burd, J. Buffenmyer. B. Shatto. B. Bingamen. N. Trout, M. Baker, D. Strohm, P. Showers.
Third: J. Shearer. W. Mitchell. E. Hower. R. Wright, B. Morrison, R. Wright, K. Troutman. .l, 5-B
Hultzapple, D. Baer. Second: R. Smith. J. Dorman. K. Wallett, J. Myers, M. Buckwalter, C. Bupp.
.l. Page. D- Knouee. W. Flickinger. Frunt: J. Rubin-on. D. Crist. P. Huss, D. Baker, S. Crissman.
Top: M. Miller. N. McKeen. A. Longwell. D. Deckard, R. Oren, P. Wevodau, T. Markle, B
Warner. Third: V. Miller. R. Wallis. M. Charles. L. Wilson. E. Ditty, Todd, J. Ford, J. Sharar
P. Dietz. Second: C. Hurting. M. Stitzel. J. Downin, L. Baker. L. Howell. D. Troutman. J. Sharar
'B J. Cox. Front: R. Campbell, B. Clouser. D. Bailor, ll. Rudy. B. Crist. A. Little, H. Ceedy. W
Cree. D. Barrick. R. Wilson.
Top: NI. Galic. A. Sniith, tl. Snwers. J. Wright, NI, Neiswt-title-r. IJ. Light. tl. Campbell. G. Taylor.
Third: T. Dirk. J. Crow, K. Britt-her. L. Drew, M, Carroll. J. Lindsay. NI. Dorwart, D. Rapp.
Second: W. Wass. C. Slit-ihley. C. Sluvlu-y. li. Acker. IJ. Jones, ll, Ne-itligh. N. Myers. R. L:-onartl. 2-A
First: N. l't-ters. J. Roush. R. Bonn. C. fjressle-r. J. Huffington. J. Hr-nry. D. Frye.
Top: T. Trout. J. Clouser. J. Ne-arhnod. J. Ramp. P. Gingrich. F. Henry. J. Campbell. Third:
B. Potter. R. Amsler. E. Bonn, Peters. J. Lenig. B. Shumaker. C. Roush. Second: C. Sheaffer,
S. Buffenmyer, L. Campbell. G. Jones. T. Fitzpatrick. L. Henry. Nl. Campbell. Front: J. Hetriclx.
T. Sheibley. L. Vernon, E. McNaughton. E. lfrich.
Top: J. Bell, K. Ford. C. Burd. D, Willow. C. Neilson, J. Wilson. J. Hitting. Second: N. Soult.
C. Dorman. K. Bennett. R. M. Ehersole. C. Howell. J. Zcidcrs, C. Barrick. L. Blaine. First: J. -
Nlusser. N. Cross. H. Anderson. J. Fliekenger. fl, Unrkepilv-, Y. Haines, C. Jones. J. Little. T.
March. Absent: B. Rudy.
Top: 2-L-J, Schreiber. L. Shutt. G. Hultzapple. P. Freeland. 0. Neidigh, J. Laubach. Second: B
Brookhart. L. Reiglf-, j, Wright, R. Lauhaeh. Y. Clegg. J. Wright. N. Hulbert. K. Dorman
Front: 1-L-L. Dudley. C. Kerr. D. Bennett. J. liurkepile. P. Boyer. L. Brighthill, J. Wallis, S
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Top: C. Rudy. D. Baer, C. Lalniak, L. Resinger, J. Arnold. Third row: Nl. Rudy, N. Saul. Nl.
Krf-tzing. l'. Wilson. K. Buhh. B. Smith. R. Tr:-ssler. l'. Maurer. B. Wright. A. Gardner. Nl. M
Asp!-r. C. Holley. C. L. Flivkinger. Teavher. Second: C. l"leishe'r. R. Little, D. Simontun. C.
We-ntzl D. Barkley, W. Lesh, A. Jefferies. E. Myers. D. Sheafff-r. A. Knisf-ly. L. Fleisher, J. I
Mitchell. Front: R. Tressler. P. Barkley, D. Knisely. A. Lesh. C. Noll. L. Knisely. R. Rolston.
C. llupert. ll. Crockett. J. Fosselman. L
Sheaffer. R. Rhoades. B. Bornman. L. Bornman. R. Brown. D. Ehrhart, C. Strickland. W. R
Howell. Second: J. Bonn. D. Walborn, C. Orris, C. Zeigler. S. Whitmyer, M. Cross, N. Brandt.
L. Leiter. Front: S. Black. L. Miller. NI. Campbell, D. Nearhood. C. Reisinger. L. Roush. C.
sfhuii, P. Clay. J. Maufm. D
Top: P. Dotaon. S. Klvf-ra. Nl. Ct-urge. J. Numer. NI. Smith, R. Holley. D. Svhell. Third: D.
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Top: D. Little. D. Kalkhrenner, R. Dolack, L. Barkley. L. Freeland, N. Buffenmyer, E. Borst.
S. Oren. Third: P. Frye. S. Clouser. M. Ogden. J. Troutman. W. Ramp. R. Ofden, D. McNaughton.
W. Bitting. Second: T. Rudy. D. Kennedy, J. Bowers. J. Czubowiz. R. Little, L. Shiebly. K.
Bitner, D. Jones, P. Zeiders. Front: D. Flurie. W. Biddle. F. Lightner. M. Musser. S. Baer. C. -
Barrick, B. Myers. K. Dorsey, E. Burkepile.
Top: L. Shutt. D, Shatto, N. Reisinger, T. Reisinger, R. Miller, R. Urich, R. Kessler, K. Ewing
Mr. Walter Byers, Teacher. Third: M. Jacobs, R. She-affer, L. Sheaffer, R. Price, C. Wright, C
Campbell, C. Showers. Second: C. Kumbler, D. Ewing, A. Arbogast, B. Reisinger, C. Walborn
J. Kline, B. Jacobs, N. Kumbler, M. Shutt. Front: C. Walborn, K. Rhoads. C. Snyder, C. Urich
D. Miller, B. Wright. T. Wright, T. Wright, R. Heisey.
Top: W. Lerch, R. Lerch, N. Radabaugh, P. Ebersolv, Mr. Kochenderfvr. Teacher. Third: 1.
Foosf-, L. Stitzel, J. Little. C. Hollr-y, S. Ditty. E. Fintnn, F. Huckwalter, E. Jones. Second row'
D. Collar, B. Tumbaugh. J. Howell, R. Campbell, I.. Campbell, P. Harper, N. Houck, P. Asper,
J. Snoddy. B. Snoddy. Front: R. Radabaugh. R. Seaman, H. Bingaman, NI. Finton. NI. Smith. R.
Wallet, T. Houck, A. Stitzel.
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M. Dupert, R. Arnold. Second: Mr. Sheaffer. E. Dupf-rt, L. Cibney, G. Crockett, S. Fritz. .l.
Knisley, S. Shuman, M. Fleisher, J. Moretz, T. Simonton. Front: A. Lyons, D. Blaine. D.
Maurer, D. Fosselman, L. Casner, O. Haines, D. Freeman, R. Campbell, H. Smith.
Top: Mrs. Rapp, E. Dr-Lancey, B. Fleisher, J. Bubb, C. Smith, S. Holley, P. Beam, C. Freeman,
C. Naylor, A. Gardner. Third: J. Smith, B. Knisley, P. Tressler, T. Lyons, M. Frey, R. Myers,
M. Smith, L. Cihney, W. Dohyns, M. Wright, J. Adams, B. Kretzing. Second: B. Tressler, J. Arnold,
R. Wilson, D. Blaine, L. Arnold, A. Fosselman, D. Wentz, R. Smith, J. Asper, J. Kline. Front:
E. Saul, W. Reisinger, R. Chapman, L. Reisinger, L. Bubb, D. Reisinger, E. Rudy, G. Holman.
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Sitting: Wayne Woods, John Reighter, Manager. First row: Georgie Katchmer, Lewis Cressler,
Jesse Fosselman, Melvin Stahl. John Amsler. Ross Jones. Dave Frye, Bill Morgan. Bill Hower,
Glenn Shull. Ted Willis. Harold Fry. Larry He-trick, Ronald Cox. Richard Clouser. Second row:
George A. Katchmer. Coachg Chester Carl. Daryl Campbell. Glenn Neidigh, Leon Bierbower. Bob
Rice. Russell Baker. James Shick. Ken Clegg. Robert Bolinger. Larry Trout. Lamar Freeland,
David Oren. Jim Campbell, Robert Charles, Stanley P. Houscr, Coach.
Twin Valley Champions
Coach George A. Katchmer. who was voted the
best Class C Coach in the Harrisburg area, and
his Buffaloes stampeded to the best record of any
football team since the initiation of interscholastic
football at Newport in 1927. By winning all eleven
games. Newport successfully defended its Twin-
Valley and Perry County Championships.
GEORGE A. KATCHMER THOMAS FITZPATRICK
Head Coach Assistant Coach
Only 24- points were scored against the varsity
while Newport scored an amazing total of 336
points which could have been considerably higher,
but for the fact that the varsity missed 147 minutes
of playing times or slightly more than three full
games. All of the Herd's four starting hacks were
among the top scorers in the league. The varsity
had to punt but seven times all year.
Newport was ranked eleventh in the Harrisburg
area by the Roger P. Saylor System of ranking
high school football teams. Due to its league vic-
tories and also wins over large non-conference
foes. Newport was ranked fifteenth in all Central
By going undefeated this year, Newport extended
its two-year winning streak to 17 games, and a 20
win, 1 lost record in the last two years.
Several players were voted to the All-Conference
team. Carl. Rice. and Stahl, first teamg Bierbower,
Bolinger. and Charles. second team: and Amsler.
Baker. Campbell. and Trout. honorable mention.
Rice received third team United Press All-State
ranking and along with other seniors, Amsler, Beir-
bower. Bolinger and Stahl are headed for college.
Much credit is deserved by Coaches Katchmer,
Houser. and Fitzpatrick and the players for the
wonderful record which they have established.
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NEWPORT 39 LYKENS 0
NEWPORT 31 DALLASTOWN 0
Playing in a hot sun, the Buffaloes opened the
season with a blast as Bierbower scooped up a Ram
fumble in the first period and ran 23 yards for a
touchdown. Minutes later Rice galloped 34 yards for
another TD. After taking a 15-yard pass from Rice,
Campbell ran beautifully to the one where he scored
on the next play. Rice and Hower scored the other
six pointers as Charles and Trout were outstanding on
offense and defense respectively.
Probably the toughest game of the year and one of
the hardest fought was with the Seals. The Seals
scored first which was the only time Newport was
behind all year. Powering their way for ninety-five
yards, Newport scored with Bolinger doing the honors
on a buck. Rice then carried on every play to score
Rice 1671 goes on 40-yard TD run behind interference of
Carl 4581, Stahl 1581, and Bolinger. A penalty on the play
nullified this action in Enola game.
NEWPORT 30 CARSON LONG 12
The varsity played only 18 minutes but scored 5 touchdowns while
they outclassed the Cadets on a hot day. Rice scored 3 TDs, one of
which was a 60-yard run. Bolinger, Amsler, and Hetrick also scored-
Hetrick playing with the second team at the time. The varsity line held
the opponents to a minus yards rushing. Freeland and Troiit stood out on
offense and defense in this fray.
NEWPORT 26 ELIZABETHTOWN 6
The Buffaloes played one of their best games of the year in this game.
Good blocking, particularly by Carl and Bolinger, were outstanding along
with the defensive play of Stahl, Trout, and Amsler, who switched to
backer up for this game. Rice scored all of the Buffaloes' points on runs
of 30, 12, 5 and a 55-yard punt return. Bob also kicked two extra points.
Only 2 fumbleskept Newport from scoring every time they had the ball
since the Bears never forced the Buffs to punt during the entire game.
Dintaman 1451 of Highspire is stopped by Carl 4611, Camp
bell 1443, and Stahl.
from the 2. Bolinger followed with an 11-yard end
run on a pitch-out to score the Buffaloes' last TD
of the afternoon. Newport relied on the old fashioned
power brand of football most of the game. Riceis run-
ning, Campbell's defensive play, and Carl's two-way
line play were outstanding.
NEWPORT 27 HIGHSPIRE 0
Although the score doesnit show it, the Tigers
proved to be the tou hest lea ue ame of the 'ear
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Rice scored twice while Bolinger and Campbell each
scored once, Campbell's on a 40-yard run after picking
up a fumble. Baker and Freeland played good defen
sive ball while Amsler featured in the blocking depart
With the varsity playing only half of the game
and scoring at will, the Buffaloes recorded their first
league win. Amsler, Bolinger, Campbell, and Rice
each scored once while Baker, who played a fine
game at end, scored twice. Jones, Bierbower, and
Frye were also outstanding. In the short time the
varsity played they held the Tigers to a minus yards
Captain Rice and Co-Captain
Bolinger meet Highspire Captains
Parthemore and Richmond.
The Buffaloes scored 3 touchdowns in the first five
NEWPORT 44 JUNIATA JOINT 18
In their first night fray of the year the Buffaloes
stampeded over the Indians by issuing a strong run-
ning attack. Early in the game Rice took an Indian
punt and returned it 49 yards to the 31 and seconds
later went 22 yards to score. Campbell raced 62 yards
to pay dirt minutes later. After the ,Ioint scored on a
pass, the Herd drove to another TD with Rice going
around end from the 3. Rice and Bolinger then went
10 and 4- yards respectively. Campbell ran around end
for 20 yards and Amsler ended the scoring on a
quarterback sneak. The whole Newport line was out-
standing on both offense and defense.
minutes and then coasted to their eighth win of the
season. Rice scored first on a buck from the 6 and
then intercepted a Panther pass and ran 10 yards to
score. After Amsler intercepted another pass on the
50, he took a 10-yard pass from Rice and raced the
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Amsler 465D. Carl l61i, Bierbower, and Trout 1643 move in
on Highspire's Dintaman after a short gain.
NEWPORT 33 WILLIAMSTOWN 0
Playing their second game in four,days, and on a
field covered by snow. deep mud, and water puddles.
the Herd humbled the Rams. Campbell returned the
opening kickoff T0 yards to the 4 where he took it
over on the next play for Newport's first score. Rice
scored on an 11-yard end run and was followed by
Bolinger who sped 80 yards through the mud to score.
Minutes later Bolinger ran 60 yards when the ball
slipped from his hands. Bierbower picked it up and
ran the remaining 13 yards. Rice ran 56 yards for
the last TD. Stahl and Carl spent half the game in the
NEWPORT 12 SIQSQUENITA 0
The Buffaloes won the Twin Valley Championship
as they defeated a stubborn Blackhawk team. Bolinger
scored the first TD on a 6-yard run after he had
gained 22 yards on a buck and Rice snared an
Amsler pass for 17. Campbell scored the other TD.
Again the opponents recorded a minus yardage.
Amsler 4503, goes for 15 yards before he is brought down by
Bard 4681 of Enola as Stahl 148i blocks on another Enola
remainder of the way to the goal line on a beautiful
run. On the last play before the half, Bierbower
caught a Rice pass for a 19-yard scoring play. Later,
Bierbower blocked a punt, picked up the ball, and
galloped 20 yards to score.
NEWPORT 33 PERRY JOINT T
Playing on a wet and muddy field which had been
cleared of snow for the game, the Buffs smothered
the Bobcats behind the dazzling running display of
Amsler. After Campbell ran 43 yards to score New-
portis first touchdown, Amsler scored three TDs him-
self on broken field runs of 33, 4-8, and 4-4 yards.
His last score came on a pass from Bolinger. Rice
finished the scoring on a 6-yard run. For the second
time, the opponents were held to a minus yardage
rushing by the varsity.
Rice 167i straight arms an Enola player and proceeds for a
first down as Stahl 148' and Amsler 150i move in to block.
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Perry - Juniata Champions
For the thircl eonseeutive xear Coaeli Ceurffe X. Katehiner anrl his Buffalo
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set hx' the Tressler Or Jhans' lluine at 52 Haines.
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points in league season-'Jil-1: anml the iniist piiints sf,-urecl in Z1 nun-league ganieA'9-1. '
3 i, A victory fur the Buffaloes in the annual pus! season All-Star game set a record I
fur the nifist wins in one seasnn fur Newpnrt teains--24. '
5 A J' i Caniphell hruke the league reeurtl fur the iniist fouls inatle in the league for I Q W
one year hy sinking 152 fuul shuts. Bull llire set Ll new recwirsl fur ilu- nievst pnints
seorezl in u high sehiml 1-areer at Newpurt when he registeretl U30 puints in his four
years uf varsity play. Both lmys were wt.-il In the first teain of the Perry-.luniata
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In p0SIlng a record of 6 wms and 1 oss
the glrls captured the Perry Junlata Cham
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suven JANET LORRAINE
TROUT CAMPBELL JOYCE
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Standmg L Ehrhart J Potter C Regl R Fllckmger T Sarver M Charles L
Cressler W Super G Mlller I Fo selman R Woods Seated W Welfley M
Steffen D Charles L Bxerbower Mr Ebs R Grow R Earneft S Welfley
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Seaman. R, Bolinger. K. Hultzapple. J. Ruighter. L. Mayer. V. Wallis. G. Miller, L. Cressler, Mr.
Brinser. Second: C. Soult, M. Kraft. S. Ush, J. Baker, L. Brookhart. J. Dowin, W. Soult, R.
Wallis, G. Neidigh. D. Klsh. B. Freeland. A, Wertz. L. Blalsevd. F. Boova, J. Wallis, .l. Robinson.
J. Dillman. Front: S. Fosselman. L. Deckard. D. Bonawitz. D. Haines. J. Myers, W. Welfley. W.
Kahler. M. Fulton. S. Frye. B. Laverty. C. Gable. D. Sarver.
Wle are justly proud of our hand which has performed brilliantly in
competition and for our own enjoyment. The hand was awarded an
excellent rating in the Annual Band Marching Contest at Harrisburg.
Congratulations to Mr. Foster Brinser and his music makers on another
UINT HIGH SEHIIHL
Nlary Kraft. julia Rush, Pat Sheafff-r. Nlarirtta Steffen, Bvtty Light, Janrt Trout
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Top: Rebecca Sowers, Reba Fleisher, Irene Myers.
Bottom: Janet Campbell, Shirlcly Welflfly. Peggy Deitz.
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Top row: Mrs. Miller, Advisorg Kermit Harry, Bob Charles, Dave Frye, Larry Fosselman, Mrs.
Myers, Advisor. Front row: Kennth Hultzapple, Lloyd Malseed, Anna Bear, Pat Saylor, Mary
Krane, Gerry Knisely, Susan Frye.
Ann Wertz, Ann Campbell, Reba Fle-isher. Patsy Saylnr. Glenn Miller. Mrs. Wolpf-rt. Advisor:
Carol Soult. John Reighter.
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Saylor. Standing: John Reighter, Ann Campbell, Carol Soult. Glenn Miller. Mrs. Wolpert, Advisor.
be 3811112 ann whats
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rty tw s h 1 fond f1re well to thelr ilma mt
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w1ll be the uest spmlcer Pew-xend Vloyer 1s 1
tollege and the Ifranklln md
34th YEAR FOR BLUIL AND WHITE
T 18 present y f 054 m1rks the thlrty fourth year of
publ1c 1t1o11 of The Blue 1nd Whtte the school newspaper of New
port Jomt H1 h school
The first tssue of The Blue md Whtte to be publxshed was 1n
February 1920 At fir t ll was not 1 newspaper 1n the str1ct sense
mf the word but 1n tl1e form of 11 magaltne wtth heaxy Lowers A
that ttme Harold Nianntng was the ed1tor
An English Proled
At first the paper was largely
an Lngllsh proleet under the
cl1rec't1on of Nitss Pltzaheth Do
wart Dtfferent comm1ttees
would t1ke the hest themes ot
the hlgh school Engltsh elasses
and punt them 1n the paper At
that ttme there were HDDFOXT
mately one hundred puplls md
sxx teachers lll the Tll h school
school h1s grown I
in 20 te 1chers md
mc Xkhlte has IND
s ll w 1 newspuer
pubhsltecl fixe tlme 1 year wtth
two staffs ltterars and busx
ness The l1tera1x staff Conststs
of the news fe'1ture 'md sports
departments wh1le the busmess
staff eons1sts of the aclxert1s1ng
KTFCLIIAUOTT and typmg depart
e Blue md Wh1te
changes w1th thtrtx other schools
ln Pennsxlxanm 1nd ll roundmg
Qlllll and scroll x htch llld,,P the
smte-s It also belongs to four
n monal org 1n11'1t1ons The Penn
sylx 1n1'1 'Nhtlonal and Columbta
Press ASSOCTTTICJUS and The
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Last Issue for .33 54
Blue K Whlte Staff
W1tl1 thls INSUQ of The Bl11e
anc Vkhm ireer cf 1
present st1ff ls ended '1s the next
ISSUE w1ll he puhlxshecl by an en
t1rely new staff
The 1943.31 Blue '1nd xxhllt
staff was he uled by Lenus
Hunes who was Fd1tor1nLh1ef
N'1nelr1 YVTTSOYT and Helen Buck
w1lter were the News and Fu
ture Echtors re speetwelw In thc
spolts department were Bob R100
Boys Sports Fchtor and Wanda
Quper f'1rls Sports Fdxtor Also
on the ltterary staff were Ruby
Kxpp Fxehange Edttor and Doro
thy Charles the F1l1ng Echtor
Vlrs Alfred Wolpert was then
Que Cumbler Busmess Man
ager supervtsed the Busmess
Qtaff Lnder het were the CTI'
culatton Manager Anna Baer
and her asslstant Joanne 'Shutt
der were the Adyerttsxng and As
slstant AdX9I'flSlflg Managers
The typtsts Betty Peterman and
Joyce Trout worked under the
Head Typxst Paulme Kn1sely Mr
Franexs Brown was the1r advtsor
Robert Bolmger Gerald Bream
Leon Bterhower and Ralph
Woods were 'he semor report
EDIT NEXT TSSE
The Fd1tor1al staff for the 19541955 Blue and Whxte IS as fol
lows Ecl1tor1nChLQL Glenn Vhller News Ed1tor Carol Soult
F1 1ture Pdnor P " sher Sports Edttor John Retghter Ex
change Pdltor -. ., ll and F1l1nv Edltor Patsy Saylor
Nmeteen r' .5-4, 4- class of 56 w1ll serxe
next years paazi? e Paultne Bretz
t tmpbe-Il Mlflc 'U Lewxs
I- TFITQQI Jesse l- Bettv
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THURSDAY NIGHT. NOVEMBER 5. 1953
Ginny Wes! ,
Aunt Kate ,
Peter Jones ,,
fames Tolirer ,,,,,
.Wiss Prentis ,,,,,,,,
Abe Swift , ,,
FRIDAY NIGHT. NOVEMBER 6
Ginny West ,
Mr. West ,,
Peggy Wes! , ,,,,,,, ,, ,
Patsy Bainbridge .,,,
Suzy Wiliowby ,,,, ,
Aunt Kate ,,,,,,,,,
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James Tvlirer ,W
Abe Swift , ,
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, Carol Soul!
, Julia Rush
,, Dixy Sarver
,, Alice Cantrell
ENTERTAINMENT BETWEEN ACTS
Sara Kennedy-"The Breeze." "The Gypsy Iam- Song"
Rogers Salyardb-"You, You. You." "Yaya Con Dim"
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Clarence Newlin ADVERTISHNL'
Mrs. Amanda Soule
Mrs. Parthenia Wolgxert
STAC E ADVISERS
Mr. William Altlantl
Mr. Earl S. Kipp
Mrs. Parthf-nia Wolpert
Mr. Stanley Houser
VE hat a man!"
How cllfl this get by the censors!
Mrs. Sara Miller
Mr. C. D. Rothenberger
Pauline' Knisely. Anna Baer. Virginia Hurting. Sue- Cumhler, Martha Urich.
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Top: S. Steffen, A. Evans. F. Potter, N. Keller, C. Railor, B. Shull, N. Smith. M. Crane, M
Gardner. Third: S. Welfley, D. Bailor, J. Lenig, M. Swailes, C. Lerch, D. Buckwalter, J. Potter
K. Stambaugh. Second: R. Roush. F. Harper, M. Campbell. C. Longwell, M. Haines, C
Casner, J. Bubb, M. Bennett, F. Clouser. Front: N. Casner, H. Mitchell, H. Wright, J. Wallis
V. Wallis, L. Campbell, D. Latchford. Advisor: Mrs. Miller.
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Top: G. Wright, M. Kline, E. Wright. D. Houck. J. Sheaffer. C. Jacobs, C. Kline. J. Sharar
W. Dietz. Third: R. Lerch. L. Miller. R. Campbell, E. Lesh. D. Campbell, R. Charles, C
Crow, C. Kessler, W. Myers. Second: D. Long. L. Shutt. P. Wilson. W. Kimmich, W. Sheaffer,
J. Blaine, J. Kline, D. Campbell. W. Bailoi. D. Oren. Front: Mr. Atland, Advisor, C. Little
C. Newlin, D. Cainer. L. Trout, C. Smeltz. D. Little, R. Beam.
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Wilmer Hoke Besf Wishes, Class of '54
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Supplles and Equlpmenl'
For Schools and Offuces No 'E-'62
NEWPORT PENNSYLVANIA NEWPORT PENN5YLVAN'A
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Phone 59 H
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24 Hour Ser S Ce af wx
Duncannon Pa YO ' Doo" X Ox I
MOHLER OIL SERVICE C2
Fuel OII Gasolme Kerosene
Phone Newporl' 56M I
Wullarcl Baflenes Qualzer Sl'a'I'e
P D JONES GARAGE
Off c al l specf on Sfal on
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et AUT REPAIRS Phone 287W Newporl' Pa
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Unlon Emblem Company
HIGH SCHOOL AND FRATERNITY JEWELRY
Fel+ Goods Jaclce+s and Commencemeni' Sfahonery
E S BASHORE Salesman
L G Balfour Company
Known wherever +here are Schools and Colleges
CLASS RINGS AND PINS
COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS DIPLOMAS PERSONAL CARDS
CLUB INSIGNIA MEDALS AND TROPHIES
W G Ross
I20 Sou+l1 Second S+ree+
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MAGEES CUT RATE
ATLANTIC 81 PACIFIC
BENNIE F CARL
REBAS BEAUTY SALON
364 N fh 4+h SI' eei'
Breyer's Ice Cream
I man's Chocolaies E
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FAMILY SHOE STORE
Shoes for fhe Enhre Famlly
E G ROBINSON
A C SCHILL
UCTS d GOODRICH
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Esso Gas and Oll
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SENIORS OF l954
J J NEWBERRY CO
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Newp +, Pennsylvania
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KELL FUNERAL HOME
S D Earnest
fo Ihe Class of 54
Gas Oil Lubrucahon
Car Wash Service
"YouR STUDEBAKER DEALER"
"Your Sinclair Supplier"
Newporf, Pa Phone 50
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PERRY FA M BUREAU
MILLERSTOWN CO OE ASS N
Feeds Seeds Ferhluzers Pamfs
A compleie servlce for PeI'roIeum EIecIrncaI Equ pmeni'
+he moionsi' Farm SUPPIGS
C E NEARHQQD Owned by PERRY CO FARMERS
Manage' Office Newpori' P
Sunbury and Mann Sfreefs Phone 390 OI' 39'
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Phone I I3
7, RALPH J LESH J H BORST
HRESTONE My WATCHMAKER
'MIT phone 20'-j AND JEWELER
CenI'er Square Newpori Pa
Y ff SHIFFER BROTHERS
Q I S E Ne pori
Phone I75 X-4, ,, 1'
FIowers for all Occasions
TeIevson and Radio
Sales and Service Congrafulahons
Ph Ico Zemfh and Admural GI-aduafeg gf Clegg of 54
W W SHOWERS
23 Soufh Second S+
JIM S STORE
Phone 43W Newpor+ Pa
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Plumbing and Heahng
DEPENDABLE ' ff
ROY M DUFFY C'
304 Marlrei S+ree+ Phone 7W
YOUR SCHOOL ELECTRICIAN
H R WENTZEL
Newporl' Pa Phone 355
Land sburg P Phone 20R2
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Sales and Ser Ice
H R HORTING JR Phone 2I7J
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Qualliy paris for all
E G KEPNER
Your Oluver Farm Equ pmenf Dealer E
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Farm Show Prlze Wmmng Mull:
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AI' Ihe Keysihjme Hofel
Compl men'I's of Bruce
ROBERT c SMITH Sheaffer
Fuel Onl and OTI Kerosene
Phone 270J Newporl' P
FOR SMOOTH DRIVING f"""
AMERICAN OIL COMPANY
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373 North S+ N E BLACK
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RHEAMS ROLLER RINK
M cl ay Befween
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CHUBBY S RESTAURANT
formerly Pe Cenfral
BURD S TURKEY FARM
Phone 325 R5
NEWPORT PRODUCTS CO
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WILA TURKEY RANCH
Phone 342 Rl
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Clark s Ferry
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' AUTO COMPANY
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ll Dodge Job Rared Truclcs
A New Bloomfield, Pa.
Meals Rooms Dancmg
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Phone Newporf 292 R2
P E DILLMAN
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SALES and SERVICE
Selecf Used Cars Guaranieed
24 Hour Towing
JOHN C KUHN
We Lend You a Car
Whale We Are
A Cenfury of Servlce
Also Operaf ng Wafer Gap
Lunch Near Dauphin
Texaco Servace Sfahon
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VISIT OUR DAIRY PHONE I I0 R3
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W W M A of Perry Counfy
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