Newport High School - Blunita Yearbook (Newport, PA)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1955 volume:
Here is your yearbook We have tried to depict the growth and progress of
Newport joint High School through these pages Each year the BLUNITA
STAFF faces a formidable task that of presenting old and well known ma
terial in a fresh new way Our success in doing so depends on how you accept
As we approach graduation we are reminded as indicated in our class motto
that OUR ONE TASK IS NEARLY OVER BUT OUR GREATEST LIP S
BEFORE US As seniors we express our sincere appreciation to every faculty
member and to every student who has helped in some way to make this an out
standing year in the history of NEWPORT JOINT HIGH SCHOOL
The class of 55 owes a debt of gratitude to our Alma Mater Alma Mater in
For the past twelve years the Newport School System has been our Foster
Mother We wish to acknowledge with our sincere thanks the training that
has been ours
We hope you enjoy the book as much as we enjoyed publishing it It was ours
for almost a year Now it belongs to you
ALMA NIATIER an
Oh' Alma Mater thee we praise
High our Joyful voices raise
And our loyal hearts attest
We to thee devote our best
And our loyal hearts attest
We to thee devote our best
RAH' RAH' RAH' For the White and Blue H1 .ay
RAH' RAH' RAH' For the White and Blue
To play the game fair on the field
And our fairest name to shield
These the duties thee we owe
And our love must have it so
These the duties thee we owe
And our love must have it so
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Latin, signifies "bounteous Mother" given by the Romans to certain goddesses.
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Sixty-nine years have elapsed since the first commencement exercises of
Newport High School. Seven Seniors composed the Class of 1887. Since that
time many forward strides have been made by those interested in the educa-
tional development of the youth of this school system-each step marking a
definite trend in the direction of progressive education. Imbedded in the
school of today are the same fundamentals that were so urgently taught to
the "tune of the hickory stick" in the latter part of the nineteenth century.
The borough of Newport had its own high school from 1887 to 1927 when
the Newport Union High School became a reality through a union with
Gliver Township. This school system expanded considerably in 1950 when a
jointure was affected between the Newport Union School District and those
of Buffalo, Howe, Juniata, and Miller Township-the newly formed district
to be known as the Newport joint Schools. This meant closing the one-room
schools and transporting the pupils to the two buildings in Newport. Plans
were made immediately upon the formation of the jointure to expand building
facilities to accommodate all the students.
On September 28, 1954, a momentous occasion occurred in the history of
Newport joint High School when ground-breaking ceremonies were conducted
commemorating the beginning of a building project which, when completed,
will be modern in every respect-the children who are in grades 1-12 of this
district today will have more adequate facilities extended to them.
To those adults interested in our educational development who had the
farsightedness to look ahead and ascertain our needs, we dedicate this page.
a a i
Congratulations to the Blunita Staff for presenting
so well in these pages a vivid summary of the school
activities during the past year. I extend to each
Senior my' sincere wishes for a successful journey'
into your lifes career
I appreciate the fact that you haye progressed
through the past twelye years in the educational
program under my superyision whereby you are en
titled to be known as a Newport joint High School
I am proud to state that in the near future better
facilities will be proyided for the girls and boys of
tomorrow Our schools are presently expanding to
make this possible
H K IQBY
ames M Barrie says The secret of happiness is
not in doing what you like but in liking what you
do These words suggest a thought worthy ot con
sideration Regardless ot the choice ot occupation
which you choose to follow you will not be able to
do as you please To do only what you like is to be
pampered coddled and spoiled To like what you
do is to follow ottimes a pathway ot duty and sery
ice that brings happiness to you because it brings
ha pine-ss to others True happiness will come to you
as you spend yourself freely for the good of man
kind and tor the adyancement of the Kingdom ot
True happiness to the Class ot 1935
EARL S KIPP
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In these days of rapidly changing values it becomes
increasingly difficult for youth to know where to
anchor its faith and when to throw ox erboard that
nh ch is only of temporary worth
In my capacity as advisor I have learned to know
many of the problems facing you the Class of 1955
I appreciate the co operation that has existed betvx een
us In the problems that life has in store for you in
years to come may I extend to cach one of you my
sincere wish for a happy and most progressive
C D ROTHENBERGER
Long ago, when a young knight set out to
see the world, his lord equipped him with armor and
weapons suitable for the life that lay before him.
Among these things was a protective coat of mail,
a keen sword and a tough shield.
The members of a graduating class are much like
new knights. They, too, should have protective armor
-skills acquired in school-a keen sword-a mind
equipped to think cleanly and clearly and a tough
shield of experiences met and mastered
The knight of old rode with more than physical
things however Each had a wonderful dream He
followed a Grail So too must our high school
graduate have more than a well equipped trained
mind He must have a goal a dream a
I could wish no more for anyone than I wish for
each member of the Class of 1955 Like the mediey al
knight may he hayc a wonderful dream and the
ability to follow it to the end of the road
MARY M WFRTZ
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BS.. Pennsylxania State College. Voca-
tional Agriculture. Industrial Arts,
VUILLIAM I. AIQGIQST
A.B. Franklin and Marshall, Penn State
Extension. Milligan College, Science,
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FOSTER M. BRINSER
B.S.. Lebanon Valley College, Band
Director, Instrumental Music, Vocal
LUKE H, BUFFENMYER
B.S.. Bloomsburg S.T.C., Business Ad-
visor, "Blue and White," Commercial
Subjects, Graduate Work Penn State
BS., Elizabethtown Collcge, Pennsyl-
vania State College, Mathematics, Sci-
VC ALTER CRESSLER
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BS.. Shippensburg S.T.C.. M.Ed. Penn
State, Budget Advisor. Mathematics.
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BS.. Susquehanna Lnnersity, Assistant
Football Coach. Commercial Subjects,
STAB LEY HOL SER
A.B.. Susquehanna University, M.Ed.,
Penn State, English, History, Basketball
A21 effedire family of a rcbool ryrtem 1111151 be L'0lI,fl'f0I15
Of Ihe ifzlererfr and needy Of Ihe cozzznzfniflj.
BS.. Shippensburg S.TC.. Red Cross
Advisor. Librarian Director. Geography.
EMMA SL'E REXRODE
JOYCE P. PARK
BS.. East Stroudsburg S.T.C.. Head
Coach of Girls' Athletics, Health, His-
tory, Physical Education.
B.A.8QS.. Indiana S.T.C.. Teacher of
Art in Elementary and Secondary School.
B.S., Penn State, Texas College of Arts
and Industries. Shippensburg S.T.C.,
University of Maryland, Athletic Direc-
tor. Head Coach Football, J. V. Basket-
ball Coach, Social Studies, Health,
BS., Wfest Chester T.C., Vocal in Ele-
mentary and Secondary School, Girls'
Glce Club. Chorus.
PAL LINE SHEARER
B.S.. Penn State. Red Cross Advisor,
FHA Advisor. Home Economics.
AB.. Dickinson College. junior Senior
Play Advisor, English, Latin.
B.A.. M.A.. Penn State, Advisor of
"Blue and VUhite." junior-Senior Play
We are ever grateful 10 them izzdizfidzmls for fheir
marked co-operation and effiriml Jerzlire.
Central Penn. Business College, School
JANET IVHLLIGAN, KN.
Abington Hospital, School Nurwc.
ELWOOD STRICKLAND I
if.-ql! High School Custodian.
Grade School Custodian.
Apprecialion if exlended I0 our Jezferzteezz buf drizferf who bare Ike tnfk of
tmmporting 587 pupilf to and from our .fchoolf fafely early dag.
"All Aboard" for Newport The End Of 21 School D-ll
BEST ALL AROUND
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MOST CO OPERATIVE
Smell! Ca n'l'rell
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When from these walls we xe drifted
And oer lifes path we start
When bonds of friendship sexer
And all dear ones must part
When of our tolls we ponder
Our ioys and laughter bold
Then we will all remember
The Blue and the Gold
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Hail to old Newport High School
To all her memories sweet
Memories of our dear schooldays
And friends we always greet
Hail to old Newport High School
For you we'll always cheer
And we will all stand by you
Our Alma Mater dear.
5 5 CLASS OFFICERS
Blue and Gold
CLASS I LOXVER
Our one laik it zzeizrl-3' rn er
B111 01n'gref1fe,rl lie! Izefme I1
ALICE ANN CAMPBELL ACADEMIC
"Ann" . . .March 25, 1937
Ann Campbell, ar a rule, doe! u'ell in all Jbe irief. Sbe'.r
:ure to be Jurcerrful in any enterprise.
Chorus 2. 3, 43 junior-Senior Play 3, 4g Handbook 2g Blue
and White 2, 3, 45 Blunita 4g Librarian 2, 3, 4g Basketball
2, 35 Girls' Varsity Club 2, 3, Varsity Show 1, 2, 3,
County Chorus 23 Music Night 2, 3, 4.
"Aw, new look!"
To be of service to others . . .
My tiny features to Shirley Steffen.
DARWIN LAVERNE CAMPBELL VOCATIONAL
"Camel" . . . March 30, 1937
Darwin Campbell will be a farmer, tbafr a .rure fire bet.
He'll do df well df anyone tba! rome! ou! of Newport yet.
FFA 1, 2, 4. Vice President 3.
"Don't know, do you?"
My ability to fight with the bus driver to Lenus Wilson.
RICHARD EARL BEAM VOCATIONAL
"Dick" . . . July 27, 1957
Ritbard Beam will never rbirk, anything that point! lo
FFA 2, 3, 4
"You don't know, do you?"
join the Navy . . .
He wills his ability to get along with the bus driver to
JOAN LORRAINE Buns V0C,1T10NAL
"Bubbles" . . .October 30, 1937
joan Bubb if good az baking, that we all know. Sbe'll make
a good boufewife for rome lurky guy.
Chorus 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Varsity Show 2, 33 Junior
and Senior Play, Usherette 3, Local and County Apple
"Oh, my golly!"
To marry Bob
My pie baking ability to Mrs. Wolpert.
DARYL EUGENE CAMPBELL VOCATIONAL
"Dar" . . , August 28. 1936
Daryl Campbell mn pu! on a real boxing exhibition, but
offer :ehool you'll find him joining with the game rom-
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, Music Night 3, 4, FFA 3, 45
Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Show
1, 33 Boys' Varsity Club 1, 2. 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4.
To work with the game commission.
My Toni home permanent to Susan Frye.
JAMES BEALE CAMPBELL COMMERCIAL
"jim' '... May 11, 1937
jim Campbell if an athlete, and a mighty good one, too.
Now he'r going to the Navy to fight for me and you.
Class Vice President 1, Student Council 1, Red Cross 43
Blunita 4, Blue and White Business Staff 3, 4, Boys'
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4, Varsity Show 1,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Play Stage Manager 3, 4,
All-Star Basketball 3, All4Star Baseball 3, AllAStar Foot-
My football ability to Bill Kahler.
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ALICE VERA CANTRELL Co.u.uERc1AL
"Rebel' '... April 29, 1936
"Typing if ihe clan in which I excel. l'll make good in
il," my: Alice Cantrell.
Varsity Show 2, Blue and White Business Staff 4, Chorus
2. 51 Girls' Varsity Club 3, junior-Senior Play 31 Baskrt-
ball Manager 3.
"I know another joke"
My ability to chew gum, talk, and laugh to Bonnie Saylor.
CHESTER WLLLIAM CARL C o.w.uERc1fiL
"Dutt0r" . . .October 1. 1936
When Chener Carl in football, Jlarlr to throw hir weigbl.
Hir opponenzr get zz liule green, turn up their toer and
Blunita 4, Varsity Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Varsity Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap-
tain 4, Basketball Manager 1, 2, All-Star Baseball 5.
"You don't know, do you?"
To raise a family.
My ability to coach football to Coach Rockey.
DONALD MORTIMER COLLINS COMMERCIAL
"Mort" . . .january 24, 1937
Middleburg, North Carolina
Swimming if Donald Collint' middle name. Being a :wim-
ming inrlruelor if lair big aim.
Blue and White Business Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
2, 3, 4, Music Night 1, 2, 3, 4, County Band 2, County
Chorus 2, 3, Varsity Show 1, 2, 3, Boys' Varsity Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
My majorette and cheerleader pull to Jerry Myers.
RONALD EUGENE Cox COMMERCIAL
"Gummy" . . . October 14, 1937
Ronald Cox in :lan put: on quite a Jbow. Bu! right after
Jcbool, lo :be Air Fofre be'll go.
Chorus 3, Varsity Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Varsity Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3.
"I don't believe that"
My pea shooter to Monk Shull.
KENNETH Bnooxs CLEGG ACADEMIC
"Goof" . . . March 17, 1937
Ken Clegg, a mechanic will be. He'll make a good one, jun
wail and fee.
Varsity Show 1, Boys' Varsity Club 2, Football 2.
To be Happy.
My height to Bill Welfley.
MARVIN LEE CLOUSER COMMERCIAL
"Marve" . . . November 5, 1935
Marvin Clouter an arcowztant wan!! to be. He'll make il
without help from you or me.
"I don't know"
Join the Army
My ability to hunt to Harry Focht.
N oz: -kay
JACOB CLARK DILLMAN COMMERCIAL
"Jake" . . . September 5, 1936
Ar tz student, I am sure, yozfll find no one finer. jacob
Dillmanhf going to he a rucfesrful clothing designer.
Chorus 2, 3, 45 County Chorus 35 Music Night 2, 3, 4.
"Hard to tell"
My friends I made in Newport to someone who needs one.
josxspi-UNE MARY FLEISHER COMMERCIAL
"Mitch" . . .July is, 1937
jofephine Fleirher is good al ringing. When rhe'.r u Jeffe-
lary, you'll hear that typewriter ringing.
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Varsity Show 35 Music Night 2, 3, 45
Junior-Senior Play Prompter 4.
My ability to sneak to bed after 2:00 A.M. to Linda Comp.
REBA MAE FLEISHER AC,4Dg,tI1C
"Mazie" . . . December 5, 1938
In school, Rehn Fleirher ir as hright as a star. When Jhe
get: through Jrhool, we're Jure 5he'll go far.
Class Secretary 1, 25 Blunita 45 Band Front 2, 3, 45 Chorus
2, 3, 45 Blue and White 2, 3, 45 Varsity Show 35 Music
Night 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Play 3, 45 Handbook 2,
My way of getting a man and keeping him to Delores
LAMAR LEE FREELAND COMMERCIAL
"Peclc' '... August 30, 1936
III .Ithletian Larnur Freeland is uug out there on top. He
dererxer the credit. friend. He'r iz mighty hard boy to Jtop.
"Frye, stay out of Red Hill."
Class President 1. 25 Vice President 45 Student Council 45
Blunita 45 Chorus 2. 3, 45 Varsity Show 1, 2, 3, 45 BOYS'
Varsity Club 1, 25 Vice President 35 President 45 Music
Night 2. 3. 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain 45 Basketball
1, 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Play Committee 3, 4.
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WILLIAM GRANT HOWER COMMERCIAL
"Tony" . . . April 19, 1936
Painling is Bill Hou'er'r nmbirion in life. He'll gel there
like lbe oibenr, lhrougb toil and Jirife.
Varsity Show 3, 4, Football 1. 2, 3. 4g Boys' Varsity Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
"Is That right?"
My dancing ability to joe Klingman.
DONALD ROBERT HUNTER COMMERCIAL
"Hunter" . . .November 3, 1937
Donald Hunter, we all know, in Jborilmnd is a rofker.
I'm just at ture ar ture can be. he'll be an office ZUOYEFY.
Chorus 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Play 3g Music Night 2, 3, 4,
County Chorus 3.
My seat in English Class to George Crow.
DAVIID CLOYD FRYI2 COMMERCIAI.
"Lem' '.,. May 13, 1937
Dare Frye in foozball. buf the imporlani job of guard.
Whey: be goes up and hifi ilmt line, be nailr it plenly hard.
Class Treasurer 4, Red Cross 1. 2, 3, Chorus 2, Varsity
Show 1, 2. 3, Boys' Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 33
Basketball 1, 2, Junior-Senior Play 4.
Find easy way to make money.
My curly hair to Lloyd Malseed.
RONALD STAHL GRoss COMMEIQCIAL
"Butch" . . . September 4, 1957
For Ronald Gron, his .tense of humor it a big important
farlor. Il'J llae one living ibut would lzfelp him to be a
greal and famous arlor.
Class President 4, Vice President 3, Student Council 1, 2,
3, 43 Chorus 2, 43 Varsity Show 1, 2, 3g Junior-Senior Play
3, 45 District Student Council Convention 1, 3.
My crew cut to Mrs. Wolpert.
JOYCE EVELYN Hrfss C0,w.uERC1AL
"Shorty" '... September 26, 1937
jogre Huff if ,good .11 ringing. 117:11 une ir true, SlJe'l1 mike
af good 1 rerre!.1v'5 511.171-30716 of you.
Chorus 2, 3, 43 Office Secretary 4.
My red hair to Judy Neilson.
GLAIBYS IRENE Lrzrtci-i VOCATIONAL
"Happy" . . . May 10. 1957
I21 life Gludjr Lerrb haf iz .rpefial pofiliwz. S1755 going lo
be a famouf beautiriazz,
Blunita 45 FHA 1, 2, 3g Treasurer 45 Chorus 2: junior-
Senior Play Usherette 3.
My shortness to Marjorie Charles.
DAVID EDXYARD Li1"r1.ia VoC,Ai1'1o.xxi1.
"Munchy' '... August 14. 1937
D.1ie Lillie' if .it mini .11 ,i llfilp. liz ibe Air Ffnve. hd!!
drift .ni JIY' rhip.
Chorus 23 FFA 1. 2. 5. 43 Varsity Show 35 junior-Senior
Pl.iy1'shcr 2. 33 FFA Rtportcr S,
My ability to makc low to Leroy Barkley.
CHARLES EDXYARIJ IxI.axwifi.L Co,if.iri11cc1r1L
"Bunny" '.., April 16, 193'
Cli.1v'lc.r ill.l.X'll4U if ilu' fliifig l':.1.1fJ. B5 rin .:?1E7Il.1,
be ui!! 55 drnidrd.
Varsity Show 1. 33 If t-iw th.1llM.1n.1gur 4,
"You and whose Army?"
-loin the Army
My tlemocraty .mtl scienre books to Tom VC'hitmycr.
WILLIAM RAY MORGAN COMMERCIAL
"Bill '... February 8. 1937
llnllliam Mangan bar a job UPI our allnlelic Ieam. In any
Jporl 3011 find him itz. lady aluwqr on the beam.
Class Vice President lg Student Council 13 Blunita 4g Blue
and XX'hite Business Staff 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Varsity Show
1. 2, 3. 43 Boys' Varsity Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43
Baseball 1. 2, 33 Basketball 1. 2, 3. 43 Football Manager lg
County Chorus 23 Eighth Grade American Legion Award.
"Sit down, Frye!"
To work behind a desk.
My ability to fall asleep fast to Don "Beamer" Myers.
CLARENCE WALTER NEW'LIN VOCATIONAL
"Hawk" . . . February 7, 1937
Being a farmer if Clarence Neu'lin'5 line. Hill make good
in a rery rhort Iime.
junior-Senior Play Stage Manager 3, 43 Class Treasurer 33
FFA 1, 23 Treasurer 3, 4.
My ability to get along with the bus driver to jim Moretz.
RAY ARTHUR METZGER COMMERCIAL
"Ray" . . .November 29, 1937
Ray Metzgeff talent if hunting. llVl1en be Jlaoolr, the
rabbits all .Hari running.
My new 1936 Ford to Harold Frye.
GLEN ARTHUR MILLER ACADEMIC
"Eggy" . . .October 15, 1957
Glen Miller in .tcbool ir a brain. Everyone knowf chemirzry
if hir rhief aim.
Student Council 33 Blunita 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus
2, 3, 43 Blue and White 2, 33 Editor-in-Chief 4g Varsity
Show 33 Handbook 23 County Band 3.
My art of eluding Mrs. Wolpert to future Blue and White
DAVID HUGH Oam VoCA1'10NAL
"Bugs" . . .April 16, 1937
Dare Oren uwztr 10 be a mechanical engineer. He'll make
the grade, deff! you fem.
FFA 2, 3. 4: Football 2, 3, 43 Boys' Varsity Club 4.
"Nou: wait a minute!"
My ability to play alley basketball to Bob Flickinger.
JOHN MELVIN RAMP C0MiwERC1AL
"Moe" . . .june 2, 1937
Wfhen jerk Ramp, lhe boy Called "Mae," get: to rollege,
be u'0n'! go .rlouz
Blunita 43 Chorus 43 Band 1. 2, 3, 43 School Orchestra 3, 43
Varsity Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basebal'
1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Varsity Club 3, 43 Music Night 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Hey, Sing Ding!"
My height to Kermit Harry.
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Com Louisa REGi COMMERCIAL
"Tate" . . .July 3, 1937
To be a Juccerf, ezeryone goe: zhfough many paim and
arher, bu! Cora Reg! will be 41 Jefrelary, caufe rhe bar all
Student Council 33 Red Cross 43 Blue and White Typist 43
Chorus 2. 3, 43 Music Night 2, 3, 4.
"Honest to john"
A certain farmers wife
My Shorthand ability to Kaye Casner.
JOHN KELL REIGHTER ACADEMIC
"John" . . .October 10, 1937
"A biilkfffl up john Reighler, "I 1111211 to be." lVill be
make il? Yerfiree.
Blunita 43 Blue and NX'hite 2. 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus
2, 3, 4: School Orchestra 3. 43 Varsity Show 3. 43 Boys'
Varsity Club 43 junior-Senior Play Usher 33 Football
Manager 3. 43 Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 43 County Band
33 County Chorus 2, 33 Music Night 1, 2, 3, 43 Handbook
"You don't say!"
My manager duties to Wayne Rockey.
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ROGER DEAN SALYARDS ACADEMIC
"Slim" . . . April 6, 1937
Roger Salyardr if a name Ilya! in your memory will Mandy.
as Ilae guy Ilyaff knouvz ar the guilar pirkin' man.
Blunita 4g Chorus 3, 4g Varsity Show 1, 2. 3, 43 Football 2:
junior-Senior Play 4.
My ability to play a guitar to Glen Shull.
DIXY ANN SARVER COMMERCIAL
"Dix" . . .December 29. 1936
Dixy Sarref to Ike Jerzire will go. Sl1e'll make good, llml
we all know.
Class Treasurer 1. 2g Blunita 43 Blue and Wlhite Business
Staff 4g Chorus 5, 4g Varsity Show 2g Girls' Varsity Club
5, 4g President 3g Basketball 2. 3, 4g junior-Senior Play
3. 45 Office Secretary 4g Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4.
"You better would"
Join the service '
My ability to play Basketball to Alice Clouser.
ROEERT EUGENE Rum' COMMERCIAL
'Roots' '.,, April 7, 1936
Bob RI!!!-3 if .1 hog fluff bard to be ouiuilted. For any job
be 111.13 1.1542 np. yfzfll alu'.:.i.r find him filled.
Class Chaplain 4.
"Did you hear what he said?"
To reath the goal of happiness. success. and peace of mind.
My ability to get along with Mr. Brown to Elmer Baker.
JULIA ANN RUSH COMMERCIAL
"julie '... july 17, 1937
Newport " ' N
julia Rmb, I'm lure, would be Jurceuful in any line. Bu!
Jefrelary work if where Jlzefi naturally inclined.
Blunita 4g Blue and Wfhite Business Staff 4g Band 2, 33 4g
Chorus 3. 43 Varsity Show 1, 2g junior-Senior Play 3, 43
Office Secretary 4g Halloween Queen 45 Music Night 3, 4.
"My Wlordn 3
My Halloween Queen to Peggy Dietz.
PATSY ROXANN SAYLOR ACADEMIC
"Pat" . . .March 8, 1937
Fairy Saylor would make good in ,fhe aczirzg profefrion, hu!
rzurring if lo he her main irzlenlion.
Librarian 2, 3. 43 Red Cross 33 Blue and Wfhite 2, 3, 43
Chorus 2, 3, 43 Varsity Show 33 Junior-Senior Play 3, 43
Forensics 33 Handbook 23 Blunita 33 Editor-in-Chief 43
Music Night 2. 3, 4.
"How much trig do you have done?"
My ability in Blunita editing to Lewis Cressler.
JAMES WILLIAM SEIIIERS ACADEMIC
"jim" . . . December 8, 1937
lim Seiden' ir top! on that rteel guitar. To heal him, yoilll
have la lmrel far.
Blunita 43 Varsity Show 3, junior-Senior Play 3, 4.
My ability to play a steel guitar to Elmer Baker.
'IAMES ANDERSON SHARAR VOCATIONAL
"jim" . . . january 1, 1937
jim Sharaf if a boy who liher to Jhate. Afier Jchool, with
the Nary he'I gal 41 dale.
Blunita 43 Chorus 2, 3. 43 School Orchestra 3, 43 Varsity
Show 1, 2. 51 Junior-Senior Play Usher 33 Boys' Varsity
Club 1, 2' FFA 2. 3 43 Bi-County Chaplain 3' FFA Cha
lain 33 Coiinty Chorus 3, 4. i P
"How 'bout a date, huh ?"
My dating ability and girl friends to Walter Deitz.
MARY LOUISE SHARAR COMMERCIAL
"W'eeze" 3 . , October 3, 1936
Louiye Sharm ran play the piano much berzer than I. lVherI
Jhe'J on tha! Ijpeuvitef, you ran :ee lhore old hey: fly.
Class Secretary 3, 41 Blunita 43 Blue and W'hite Typist 43
Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Varsity Show 23 junior-
Senior Play 3, 43 Music Night 2. 3. 43 Office Secretary 4.
"You irritate me"
My job as Class Secretary to Pauline Bretz.
CAROL LYNNE Sour AcADE.yr1c
"Carol" . . .February 17, 1937
Carol Soulfy going to be u flume, I'lI 1611 you for Jura.
Sheff leo! Ike bmizzr, falefif. .md plufi. llnbo mn mi for
Librarian 2, 3, 41 Reel Cross 1, 2g Blunita 4g Blue and
VC'hite 2. 3. 4g Band 1. 2. 3. 4g Glee Club 3. 4: Chorus
2, 3. 4: Varsity Show 1. 2. 33 Girls' Varsity Club 3. 43
Basketball 3, 43 junior-Senior Play 3, 43 County Band 1,
2. 35 County Chorus 3, Handbook Co-Editor Zg Music
Night 1, 2. 3. 4, Eighth Grade American Legion Award.
"You hate me"
My love for writing English themes to XX'ayne Rockey.
jo ANN SUPER COAlMl:RCIAL
"jo" . . .November 3. 1937
Uufaerz jo Super 4361! our of frbool, .wie 19,15 bu! one irzrefzl.
Shell find Jufreri ar .1 J6f1'cl,l7'-'l Io .1 :Hg gfext exierlf.
Blunitu 4. Student Couneil 3. 43 Blue imel wil71IC Business
Staff 4g Chorus 2. 3. 4, Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4g Girls' Var-
sity Club 1. 2. 3. 4g Musie Night 2. 3. 45 Office See-
"Oh. you're ignorant"
My basketball ability to Peggy Dietz.
Gi5oRcii2 FRANKLIN Sxiiiiz l'7Uf,,-1'l'1UX,l1
"Smiley" . . . xl.1nu.1i'y 19, 1936
Gffirya Smefljf fuir If zmiln. H11 ilu bug zifm uxzrzfi In
min Ilan N.zz,i.
Blunita 4, Chorus 3. 41 Varsity Show 2. 31 Vlunior-Senior
Play 31 FFA 1. 2. 3. 41 Seeretary 2. 31 Bi-County ITA
"Thark real George"
My ability to make speerhes in assembly to Mr. lfitzpatrirk.
NANCY' lNlARIIE SMITH Vw ,i1'1o,x.Ai1.
'Smitty' '... April 25. 1937
Nariq Smith uzzntr In um! in .1 !lIcf7.l?'lNI6lIl mmf. Sly!!
be rurreuful, need I my nzffrc?
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4g Secretary 3, 4.
Clerk in a Department Store.
My interest in the FHA to Ruby Roush.
JANET LOUISE TROUT Co.mI1:Rc1A1.
"Jan' '... November 11. 1956
jmzef Tmn! xv .1 Ijfllil In be. Shall fi! info ilu! fob ilu! like
Band 3. 45 Chorus 2. 3. 4g Varsity Show 1. 2, Girls' Varsity
Club 2. 3. 4, Basketball 2. 3. 4: junior-Senior Play Prompter
"Don't know. do you?"
My position on the basketball squad to Anna Mae Seaman.
MARY ELIZABETH JANE WAI.LIs VOCATIONAL
"jane" . . . November 26, 1937
june Uyillir will be iz Home Er Tearher. We're Iure in
leacbiiig, no one u-ill eier rearh ber.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 3, 4: Varsity Show 1, 2, 5, junior-
Senior Play 3, Usherette 4, County Band 1, 2, 3, Music
Night 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4.
"Ya don't know, do ya?"
Beautician and Housewife
My ability to hunt game to jerry Charles.
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"Ginny" . . .November 26, 1937
To Virginia Wfallif, mum' il dear. Ir'I going to be her
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4, Varsity Show 1, 2, 3g Junior-
Senior Play Usherette 3, 4, County Band 1, 2, 33 Music
Night 1, 2, 3, 41 FHA 1. 2. 35 Chaplain 4.
My ability to become an "Old Maid" to Dorothy Dietz.
CORP. RONALD WERTZ
U. S. Army
Fort Dix, New jersey
This is the city Newport Year 1970 Our names? An insignificant factor in
thc occurrences about to be rcxealcd to you
It is Iall A few leaves of different types and xarying in color are falling all around
us It is near Thanksgiving and the streets arc jammed with people running to and fro
The wind makes an errie sound as it screams and roars among the towering sky scrappers
of this now thriving metropolis We stop in front of a huge building of stone decorated
by gle ming marble pillars Curiosity got the best of us so me began the long trek up the
stairs Upon entering the building we were surprised to see a xery familiar face It was
that of ohn Reighter an established banker in these parts Upon speaking to him w
learned that Cora Regt and Louisc Sharar were employed at his bank as sccretaries and
anet Trout as a typist We further learned from him that his buddy and a close one of
mine Glen Miller was named chief chemist for the Dupont Laboratories last year Upon
hearing this we decided to usit Glen We procured from ohn the address and immedi
ately set out for the laboratory which was situated on the far side of town
Due to the almost impossibility of procuring a taxi and our dislikes of the crowded
subways we decided to walk We were going for lunch when we noticed two nurses
whom we recognized from the far side of the street They were Patsy Saylor and Carol
Soult For old times sake we ins :ted them to have dinner with us We were happy to learn
that Carol and Lamar were happily married and getting along just fine Carol informed
us that Lamar was now captain of the famed Detroit Lions Football team Upon leaxing
the restaurant we noticed something strange about it Of course' It was a Chinese res
taurant and guess what7 Ronald Cox and Chester Carl were the proprietors It was about
office going over some important papers We talked over old times for almost two more
hours when suddenly a loud explosion racked the whole left wing of the building where
the office was situated We rushed out of the office and into a laboratory down the hall
where the explosion came from There we found Kenneth Clegg and Ann Campbell
staggering around the room each holding a broken test tube in their hands I knew they
didnt pay attention in Mr Rothenbergers chemistry class We decided it was too dan
gerous around there so we left and headed back to town This time we took a taxi and to
our surprise Darwin Campbell was the driver He told us the car was a Rudy Maxwell
etmobile His employers were Ronald Gross and Bill Morgan He also told us that
Richard Beam and Gloria Bailor were married and owned a huge farm outside of town
He took us to the square where we immediately encounted Reba Fleisher an English
teacher at Dartmouth College She informed us that Virginia Wallis was a now well
known musician and Dixy Sarxer was a Captain in the Waf s Speaking of Wafs I hap
pen to know myself that Ray Metzger and Daud Frye had also joined the Air Force
Of course they didnt go for adxenture they went for not game but Wafs We con
tinued speaking to Reba but learning nothing further of our former classmate we bid
her farewell By this time it was 5 00 oclock pm and we were very hungry after our
unscheduled tour of the city As we were walking down Campbell Street fnamed in hon
or of the heavyweight boxing champ of the world james Campbell vue noticed this
figure on the roof of a building As we drew closer we recognized it to be that of Bill
Hower He was busily singing and paintrng the roof of Hunter and Dillman s huge de
partment store Upon seeing us he dropped ex erythmg and immediately came down He
looked so surprised he could hardly speak Could you if you dropped a bucket of paint on
a policeman s head7 Especially if the policeman happened to be Daud Little Boy what
a day Dave told us he yoined the police force after he sen ed a four year term in the
Air Force We were also mformed that Clarence Newlm was now a successful farmer in
Wisconsin and owned one of the largest farms in that state
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2:00 p.m, when we finally arrived at the Dupont Laboratories. We found Glen in his
Bill told us that jack Ramp was a pro-basketball player and his team was unbeatable.
He also said that a few of our classmates were Jake Dillman's secretary, Nancy Smith was
one of the main clerks and joan Bubb was managing the shipping department.
It was getting rather late and we had to be back in Washington the following morning,
so we said goodbye and headed for the airport.
We received our tickets from none other than Josephine Fleisher, and upon entering
the plane found our crew to be former classmates also. My good friend jim Sharar was
pilot, George Smeltz was co-pilot, and Gladys Lerch was the stewardess.
Sitting in front of me was Daryl Campbell who was on his way to fight jim Campbell
for world's heavyweight boxing crown. He was involved in a conversation with Alice
Cantrell and jo Super, also, on their way to Washington to apply for government jobs.
jo had her radio turned on and was listening to the famous folk artist of radio and TV,
In a few minutes we landed at Washington's new airport which was constructed fas I
later found outj by David Oren, chief engineer for government construction jobs.
As we reached the gate we saw the familiar face of Donald "Mort" Collins. He said he
was waiting for his wife who was coming in on a later plane. He told us he had achieved
his ambition to become a swimming instructor. In fact, he was an instructor for the U. S.
Navy. What he told us next nearly knocked us over. He said julia Rush was secretary for
the U. S. Board of Health and Marvin Clouser had made his first million as an account-
As I walked away I began thinking, what a day it was. Meeting all my former class-
mates and, oh yes, in case you're wondering, I happen to be a traveling salesman.
Freld Trip- 55 Shorthand Class HOWCI W'orking- This Ole House
September 1943-A new life began for quite a few little tots of Newport and vicinity.
It was a land different from the land of "Give me this," or "I want thatf' or "that's
mine." Here under the guidance of Miss Alice Walker and Miss Elizabeth Tucker we
learned what it meant to share. For some it was very difficult while for still others it
was hard to even learn who they were. Wfe left first grade with visions of "Dick, jane,
and Sally." In second grade Miss Pauline Wfhitekettle and Miss Martha English taught
us to spell and do some simple arithmetic. Mrs. Barton and Mrs. Baker proceeded in third
grade to teach the multiplication table and advance us in reading and spelling.
Fourth grade was quite different. We were introduced to geography and history.
CHowever students aren't the only ones who forget. One crisp fall morning Mrs. Oyler
came to school without her dress. Fortunately she had on a long coat and things ended
very well. Mrs. Hoke and Mrs. Johnston steered us on to fifth and sixth grade where
we changed classes for the first time. Fall of 1949 ushed us into the high school building.
It took us six months before we dared venture upstairs and see the sights. We elected
officers to guide us with our first problems-having a Halloween float and a class as-
sembly. In eighth grade, we took on new interestsfboys and girls. Special recognition
was given to Carol Soult and William Morgan for winning the eighth grade American
Legion Awards. Again we entered a float and put on an assembly program. In ninth
grade we moved upstairs. We were lucky to get Mr. Rothenberger as our class advisor.
Tenth grade found us busy trying to plan and serve a tea to the seniors and their mothers.
Many thanks to Mrs. Soule, we made it. Mrs. Mary Brandt and Mrs. 'lane Wertz served
as our hostesses. The auditorium was beautifully decorated with spring flowers. A group
of our own class formed a small band and played while the seniors sipped tea. That night
we held a dance. How pretty everyone looked. Spring was in air! 1955 and 1954 ushered
in the peanuts. Everywhere we turned we found peanuts. Early in january 1954 wc
started planning our prom. Our theme was "Stardust" We decorated the auditorium
with spring flowers and pine boughs. We used star studded crepe paper and the ceiling
with a revolving crystal ball as the moon. Delicious refreshments were made by our faith-
ful home ec girls and served by several members of the Class of '56. We helped the
seniors finish their year by acting as ushers and usherettes at their Vesper Service and
Commencement Exercises. Many music talents were discovered in our Junior year as Vir-
ginia Wallis represented Newport at State Band and Glen Miller won a music award at
In the last few years we had been planning the work for the "Blunita" At last the work
began. We ran the concession stand at the football game. It was quite a successful year.
The crown of Apple Pan Dowdy Queen in Perry County was won by Joan Bubb. She also
represented the county at the state baking contest. Blunita was our biggest headache. Plans
for class day were completed and May 27 saw 48 sad seniors marching down the aisle
for the final look at Newport Joint High School. Yet inside they were somewhat happy.
They had spent 12 of the best years of their life at Dear Old Newport High.
Class '55 as Third Graders Class '55 as Freshmen
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CLASS UF N57
First row: J. Gabel, M. Wright, L. Myers, S. Fosselman. A. Amsler. M. Haines, S. XX'elfley. N. Cas-
ner, H. Haines, V. Sheaffer, J. Downin, G. Knisely. M. Steffen. J. Robinson, P. Sheaffer. M. Saylor.
Second row: S. Troutman, J. Lenig, J. Dillman. R. Roush. N. Heisey, N. Wileman, C. Holley,
M. Gibney, C. Moretz. B. Light. M. Fulton, L. Deckard. C. Carpenter. S. Myers. N. Keller. S.
Wright, A. Wright. Third row: I. Bitting. J. XY'ilson. H. Focht. D. Hoover, R. Todd. D. Hetrick,
H. Troutman. H. Clouser, E. Galic, J. Spotts. D. Myers. E. Wright. C. Baker. K. Harry. R. McVey.
Fourth row: S. Trout, G. Xwright. M. Kline. XV. Kimmick. R. Lerch. L. Seaman. L. Campbell. J.
Brown. R. Flickinger, NW. Deitz, T. Karstetter. K. Hultzapple. P. Houck, VU. Sheaffer. T. Sarver.
Fifth row: R. Shultz. H. Markel. J. Klingman. D. Clegg. C. Droman. F. Jacobs, R. Campbell. J.
Sheaffer, G. Laverty, L. Shutt. P. XX'ilson, G. Rhoades.
As Sophomores, the Class of '57 wins acclaim for
active participation in school life. This year's agenda CLASS OFFICERS
consisted of a Thanksgiving Assembly Program, skat-
ing party, St. Valentine's Dance, and Sophomore Tea
given annually in honoring the graduating Seniors
and their Mothers. Advisors-Mrs. Soule and Mr.
Preriderzt ............. ............ MARVIN KI-INE
Vire PV't.fiIjE'7If ...... .. ..... SANDRA FOSSEI-MAN V K
7'n'.1.f1u'er.. .... SARA XVRIGHT
Eighth Grade Adlf.fOfJ
First row: G. Landis, R. Miller. A.
Kahler, D. Jones. V. Huss, F. Fleisher,
G. Haines, E. Heisey, R. Harry. T.
Wright, G. Noll. Second row: G. VUilt,
V. Mitchell, V. Henry, A. Miller. J.
Markle, S. Foster, C. McNaughton. L.
Light, K. Downin. L. Leedy. Third
row: J. Galic, D. Myers, L. Ehrhart,
F. Gougler, M. Markle. C. Evans. L.
Freeman, C. Gardner, W. Little.
First row: S. Bell, J. Potter, S. Camp-
bell, L. Cumbler, C. Campbell, D.
Baer, D. Coller, J. Asper, J. Arnold,
J. Baker. Second row: D. Bailor, K.
Casner, A. Arbogast, P. Bupp, P. Page,
B. Cox. L. Comp, D. Bonawitz, J.
Lesh, C. Campbell. Third row: E. Cas-
ner, J. Carroll, J. Clouser, S. Peters,
C. Carl, L. Myers, C. Geedey, H. Bier-
bower, L. Brookhart, E. Clay, C. Crock-
First row: M. Robinson, B. Speroff,
N. Walborn. J. Westford, R. Klingman,
S. Sheaffer, J. Kretzing, M. Showers,
K. Strickland, K. Strickland, C. Rudy.
Second row: B. Rhoades, M. Collins,
E. Smith. G. Sheaffer. A. Rudy. L.
Wallett. J. Steckley. C. Miller, M.
Shaw, P. Sweger, N. Rhoacles. Third
row: B. Shields, F. Rudy, D. Rice, P.
Troutman, P. Shuman, L. Trout, M.
Wright, W. Saylor, R. Rhoades, W.
Seventh Grade Advirafr
First row: I. Ewing. D. Arnold. B.
Hammaker, R. Barrick, L. Blaine, P.
Galic, F. Boova, M. I-letrick, G. Eber-
sole, C. Cassel, E. Harper. Second row
T. Chilton, D. Crow, J. Carl, W. Hoff-
man, J. Focht, S. Hall, N. Amsler, J
Clouser. W. Hestor, A. Foose. E. Du
pert. Third row: V. Charles, M. Ben
ner, S. Freeland, R. Bailor. F. Carnes
R. Bennett, J. Geary, P. Cox, L. Comp
First row: B. Miller, J. Kahler, P.
Lenig, B. Latchford, J. Barrick, B.
Lightner, H. Kline, D. Page, L. Reigle,
R. Reisinger. Second row: E. Peter, T.
Shepley, G. Lerch, D. Rush, A. Little
C. Jacobs, D. Knepp, M. Longwell
W. Miller, J. Latham. Third row: R.
Potter, D. Shenk, R. Shick, S. Mayer, C
Mathna, B. Miller, V. Seiders, R. Mil
ler, B. Miller, R. Rhoads.
First row: J. Wright, C. Welfrey, R.
Bubb, B. Wallis, R. Zeiders, T. Zang,
C. Smith, S. Fritz, G. Hench. D. Fossel
man. D. Shull, J. Knisely. Second row:
L. Strawser, J. Wallace, M. Troutman
B. Shuman. V. Smith. B. Smith, M
Fleisher, B. Huss. M. L'rich. Third row'
J. Moretz, A. Varner. J. W'itmer. C
Speroff. O. Campbell, T. Woods. J
Trout, R. Shutt, C. Smith.
lEllGll'llT SETS UDF TWHNS llN Nl-ZEWPURT SCHOOLS
The teachers of the Newport Schools are more confused than the students in attempting
to solve the problem of identification of the unusual number of twins in our classrooms.
Of the eight sets of twins, three are in the Elementary building, four in the Junior-Senior
High School and one at the Center School, The Class of 1955 shares this distinction
through its two members-the Wfallis Twins.
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Larry and Barry Bornman Henry and Harry Knouse Terry and Thomas Wright
Marian and Mary Hagstrom Jane and Virginia Wallis
Jane and james Troutman Edwin and Charles Dupert Barbara and Virginia Smith
CLIFFORD I. RAITITENSPERGER
li.S.. Albright College
ME.. Pennsylxania State Vniveristy
buperintentlent Snyder Atltlrtsses liroup
XY'e recognize the efforts of all the elementary
teachers who were patient and diligent in making it
possible for us to travel from 4th street to ith and
Caroline. Mr. Clifford Raffensperger. an alumnus
of Newportffllass of '36, is principal of our Ille-
mentary Schools. To Mr. Raffensperger and the teach-
ers he represents we submit our appreciation.
Senior Skating Party
Mr. lirinser .intl -lunior Hariri Mtrizlvtrs
Senior Home Nursing Demonstration
MR. RAFFENSBFRGER 6-A
First row: T. Potter. B. Campbell. R.
Snyder. N. Zang, S. Xwalborn, B.
Mitchell, J. Dotson. L. W'alborn. Sec-
ond row: C. Clay. P. Bitting. D. XVhite-
kettle, J. Dillman. J. Freeland. R. Erick.
R. Howell. Third row: F. Vifillow, L.
Scott. C. Baker. C. Baker. C. Holley.
B. XVillis. R. Taylor. Fourth row: D.
Frye, A. Willis, B. Baker, J. Holley, L.
Wright, P. Flickinger, B. Speroff.
MRS. ESLINGER 6-B
First row: D. Baker, D. Crist, G. Rob-
ingson, D. Knouse, L. Wright, G. Kline.
Second row: K. Wallett, J. Myers, R.
Wright, P. Miller, J. Shearer, W.
Flickinger, M. Buckwalter, D. Baer.
Third row: C. Riggles, B. Morrison,
W. Mitchell, P. Showers, C. Kipp, M.
Baker, J. Dorman. Fourth row: D.
Strohm, R. Burd, J. Hultzapple, R.
Wright, J. Buffenmyer, B. Shatto, N.
MRS. ESLINGER 6-C
First row: J. Arbogast. J. Coller. J.
Heisey. P. Campbell. V. Houck. R.
Smith. D. Campbell, P. Huss. Second
row: VU. Light, P. Saylor, D. Rockey.
J. Westford. S. Crissman. P. Musser. D.
Huss, C. Cressler. Third row: S.
Rhoads. H. Zimmerman. F. DeLancy.
E. Rhoades. M. Clouser. K. Troutman.
W. Cox. R. Seiler. Fourth row: C. Free-
land. VU. Trout, G. Shaw. R. W'itmer.
O. Benson. E. Bingaman. E. I-lower.
Absent: Barry Neidigh.
MRS. BORST 5-A
First row: D. Barrick, R. McNX'atty. A.
Little. H. Geedey. R. A. Campbell. B.
Wright. Second row: L. Howell. J.
Seiders. K. Holly, M. Reisinger, B.
Smith, J. Cox, J. Burd, C. Horting.
Third row: G. Crockett, R. Gardner,
M. Miller, B. Varner, C. Miller, j.
Holley, P. Zang, R. Shultz. Fourth row:
N. Campbell, L. Kiner, T. Reisinger,
R. Page, R. Lenig, H. Witzler, N. Ben-
MRS. JONES 5-B
First row: B. Rodes, C. Neidigh, R.
Sheaffer, P. McKee, P. Orris. Second
row: D. Troutman, S. Todd, N. Mc-
Keen. J. Sharar, W. Smith. Third row:
J. Ford, C. Hultzapple, J. Kipp, R.
Wallis, C. Wright, S. Baker, R. Carns,
B. Clouser. Fourth row: M. Enck, P.
Dietz, J. Dowin, K. Flickinger, D.
Deckard, W. Cree, B. Crist.
MR. RHYKERD 5-C
First row: R. McGowan, L. Wilson. D.
Smith. L. Hulbert. Second row: D
Sharar. D. Bailor. B. Peters. G. Trout-
man. J. A. Klingman, T. Markle. M.
Miller. Third row: M. K. Doyle. H.
Clegg, L. Smith, N. Kumler, A. Boova
V. Miller, P. Clouser. Fourth row: M.
Charles, S. Campbell. L. Baker. S. Pot-
ter. N. Crist, S. Huss. A. Dick.
First rov E Lrich Lenig B Potter J Hetrick E McNaughton T Sheibley Second row
B Rudy R Amsler R A Campbell D Coller j Little N Houck M Campbell E Bonn L
Campbell Third row R Lerch T Fitzpatrick C Sheaffer S Peters R Wilson P Gingrich G
Jones S Garland Fourth rovs j Clouser E Henry T Trout S Buffenmeyer J Ramp L Henry
J Campbell M Stitzel
First row: D. Crockett. J. Musser. . Flickinger. XXL. Lerth. N. Gross H. Anderson. B. Groce.
Second rowi V. Haines L. Stitzel C. jones B. Rudy. j. Little. F. Foose. j. Bell, W. Stimeling
IN. Soult. Third row: P. Asper T. March L. Miller R. M. Ebersole. C. Barrick. G. Dorman. L.
Blaine. J. Zeiders. Fourth row: S. McXX'atty, j. Wilwn, j. Bitting. A. Gardner, R. Oren, P. Eber-
sole, C. Burd. G. Neilson. Absent: N. Radabaugh, D. Wfillow, K. Ford.
Frrst row B Aclcer D jones R Bonn G Taylor 1 Buffmgton G Stuckey G Burlcepxle M
Garnner J Henry Second row J Wrxght D Lxght N Myers D lxexdrgh C Sherbley Nl Peters
G Howell J Wagner C Cressler Thlrd row T Drck A Smrth G Campbell M Galxc D
Rapp K Butcher C Sowers -I Lmdsay Fourth row K Bennett M Dorvuart R Leonard K
Dorman M Carroll D Frye J Wright J Crow Absent L Drew P Freeland B Brookhart
Flrst row S Stone L Rergle J Wnght J Geedv V Showera C Strltkland M Vieltlew L
Klmgman L Shutt Second row J Troutman D Holles C Holley J Schrelber L Campbell
S Hoke K Snyder O kerdlgh S Deckard D Comp Thrrd rom jl-lagbtrom A Rudy L Hott
man R Freet J Troutman N Hulbert M Zxmmerman F Spaller Fourth rovs J Hrnkle H
Hoke M Prxddrs K Lxndsay V Clegg B Shumaker N Llih I Harry G Hultzapple Alben!
B Hench J Wrtmer
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MARTHA K. ENGLISH 2-A
First row: B. Bornman, C. Shull, C.
Reisinger. D. Sheaffer, B. Groce, N.
Brandt. S. Black, B. Turnbaugh, P.
Clay. Second row: M. Campbell, D.
Fhrhart. W. Howell, L. Bornman, C.
Zeigler. J. A. Bonn, D. Wfalborn. L.
Leiter. Third row: M. Smith. Ogden,
P. Dotson, C. Orris. S. Witmyer, M.
Gross, R. Strickland. Fourth row: S.
Myers, J. Numer, J. Brown, R. Holley,
M. George, D. Schell, E. Murphy. Ab-
Sent: J. Mattern.
MISS WHITEKETTLE 2-B
First row: M. Musser, M. A. Ogden,
J. A. Troutman, D. Kennedy, S. Baer,
C. Barrick, J. Czubowicz, B. Myers, F.
Lightner. Second row: D. Flurie, K.
Bitner, E. Burkepile, W. Biddle, T.
Rudy, D. Jones, P. Zeiders, N. Buffen-
myer. Third row: L. Freeland, D. Lit-
tle, D. Kalkbrenner, J. Bower, L. Bark-
ley, W. Ramp, P. Frye, J. Roush. Fourth
row: E. Borst, W. Bitting, D. Wright,
D. McNaughton, R. Ogden, L. Sheibley,
MRS. MARY COX IL and 2L
First row: L. Zink, G. Lenig, J. Schreib-
er. L. I-Iolley. Second row: W. Miller,
D. Hulbert, P. Crow. C. Dorman. E.
Groce, C. Wallis, R. Horting. D. Shu-
maker. Third row: D. Book, J. Hoff-
man, C. A. Sheaffer. D. Shaffer. L.
Baker, L. Dudley, L. Brightbill, P.
Boyer. Fourth row: S. Horting. C. Kerr,
B. Barner. J. Burd. J, Wallis, J. Burke-
pile. R. I-Iochenbrock.
HELEN HOKE 1-A
First row: B, XX'alborn, Di Dick, R. A.
Gardner. S. Gross, W. Gardner. G.
Campbell. S. Smith, H. Sheibley, E.
Peters. Second row: B. Wolpert, A.
Amsler. M. Trout. M. E. Myers, R.
Trout, M. M. Harper. C. Gibson, T
Brown. Third row: D. Potter, H.
Knouse. R. Little, L. Howell, C. Stuc-
key, C. Dudley. E. Myers. Fourth row.
S. Clouse, C. Cox, S. Leedy, P. Sowers,
P. Smith. R. Hall, D. Bennett. Absent:
H. Knouse, S. Clouser.
MISS TUCKER 1-B
First row: J. Saylor, L. Miller, F. An-
derson, P. Crissman, M, Shearer. E.
Little, R. Pricldis, Kitner. Second
row: T. Campbell, W. Fleisher, C.
Bower, R. Campbell, M. McGowan, j.
Rudy. L. Sheaffer, G. Morrow. Third
row: E. Dietz, H. Frett, T. Bonawitz,
R. Carns, G. Potter, J. Page, D.
Rhoades, M. Bupp. Fourth row: A.
Gardner, R. Holley, K. Wfhitekettle, A.
Newlin, S. A. Bitting, G. Katchmer, C.
Hurting. Absent: R. Rhoades.
ELEMENTARY SAFETY PATROLS
First row: R. W'right. B. Morrison. F,
DeLancey, B. Flickinger, G. Robinson.
J. Hultzapple. C. Riggles. Second row:
J. Myers. J. Shearer. H. Zimmerman.
J. Buffenmyer, P. Miller, J. V'estford.
MRS. RAPP- Oak Hall
First row: L. Bubb. E. Saul, R. Chap-
man, B. Tressler. D. Reisinger. G. Hol-
man, W. Reisinger, XV. Fuhrman. E.
Rudy Second row: T. Lyons. M. Frey,
L. C iney. J. Smith, L. Reisinger. J.
Smith, J. Kain, J. Wentz. J. Fuhrman.
J. XVright. Third row: B. Knisely. M.
W'right. S. Rudy, J. Kline. J. Adams.
R. Myers, B. Fleisher, B. Kretzing, D.
Reisinger, M. Smith. P. Tressler.
MR. FLICKINGER - Wila
First row: R. Lithe, A. Lesh, D. Bark-
ley, C. Wentz, J. Kline, C. Dupert, D.
Wentz, J. Asper, L. Arnold. Second
row: D. Knisely, C. Noll, A. Fossel-
man, W. Lesh, E. Myers, D. Blaine. L.
Knisely, R. Smith, P. Barkley, R. Rol-
ston, W. Wass. Third row: J. Bubb,
D. Rudy, C. Labialc, P. -Maurer, C.
Freeman, L, Reisinger, R. Tressler, C.
Naylor, C. Smith, S. Holley.
RECESS SCENE AT OAK HALL
The pupils shown in the play scene
are enjoying one of their many games
during recess time under the supervision
of their teacher, Mrs. Rapp.
These play scenes one year hence will
be a thing of the past in the rural sec-
tions of Perry County as plans should
be completed to have all these schools
First row: A. Knisely, A. Jeffries, D.
Sheaffer, D. Baer, C. Rudy, R. Arnold,
C. Fleisher. Second row: P. Wilson. L.
Casner. M. Asper. N. Saul. K. Bubb.
M. Kretzing, B. Smith, B. Wright, A.
Lyons. Third row: Mitchell, R.
Wright, L. Fleisher, M. Dupert, D.
Blaine, S. Shuman, L. Gibney, C. Tay-
lor. L. Frey, R. Tressler. Fourth row:
A. Longwell, D. Freeman, C. Holley,
H. Smith, R. Campbell, O. Haines. M.
First row: L. Wright. P. Rhoads, K.
McConnell, D. Wright. D. Woleslagle.
J. Shaffer, N. Reisinger, R. Urich, R.
Kessler, R. Shatto. L. Erving, M. Shutt.
Second row: C. Helsley, C. Wright, B.
Reisinger, A. Woleslagle, A. Arbogast,
C. Showers, B. Jacobs, L. Shaffer, G.
Campbell, G. Wright, L. Shutt. C. XVal-
born, C. Urich. Third row: P. Jansen,
J. Kline, T. Wright. R. Heisey, K.
Ewing, K. Rhoads, D. Woleslagle, S.
Speroff, G. Snyder. D. Ewing. G.
Walborn, D. Shatto, T. Wright.
MR. KOCHENDERFER-Pine Grove
First row: R. Seaman, D. Troutman, R.
Lerch. H. Bingaman, R. XY'allett. M.
Smith, J. Jones, G. Baker. Second row:
J. Foose, B. Snoddy. P. Crockett. J.
Miller, B. Baker, W. Bender, P. Finton.
A. Stitzel, S. Troutman. E. Jones, F.
Buckwalter. Third row: Lf. Finton. A.
Shotsberger, P. Harper, L. Campbell.
L. Howell. J. Snoddy, G. Holley. E.
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EDITOR IN CHIEF
PROPHECY POEM WILL SPORTS EDITORS
Jane Wallis Roger Salyards Dixy Sarver ADH Campbell
and John Reighter
ART PHOTOGRAPHY PICTURE SALES SUBSCRIPTIONS
jack Ramp jim Sharar Jo Super Bill Morgan
CIRCULATION Glenn Miller
jim Campbell Louise Sharar
Chester Carl Julia Rush
N'E'WlPURT .llUllNT HIGH SCHUUL B..-kN'flD
Top row: J. Sharar. T, Kauffman. G. Laverty. J. Ramp. S. 'I'routm.1n, G. Floova. B. Hestor. P. liretz.
R. Earnest. D. Campbell. K. Hultzapple, D. Collins. J. Reightor. I.. Mayer. V. NX'.1llis. G. Miller.
J. Robinson, L. Cressler, J. Dillman, F. Brinser. Second row: R. Yfriglit, K, Downin. J. Baker,
J. Domnin. B. Soult. G, Neidigli. B. Freeland. L, Broolchart. A. Vfertv. I.. lxfgilseeal. J. Wlillis.
F. Boom. Front row: S. Fosselman. C. Gable. D, Bonnawitz. L. Declcard. C. Soult. S. Frve. B. Lav-
erty. XV. Kahler, E. Smith. M. Fulton. J. Myers. B. XX'elfley, S. Freeland. M, Kraft. S. Flsh,
Our band composed of students from all grades . . . adept performers .it footlmill
games . . . played for pep rallies. Newport Halloween parade, Annual Music Night. etc.
. . . performed at Harrisburg Annual Marching Contest and Middletown Armed Fortes
Day . . . sent representatives to County, District. and State Band . . . Mr, Foster M.
On Parade at Harrislvurg Marching Contest
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eyes as they prance in parade.
V-A-R-S-I-T-Y.. . . added spirit to football,
basketball games, pep meetings . . . aching
backs and cold shivering knees dominated squad
. . . introduced new yells . . . planned programs
for pep rallies . . . emphasized sportsmanship
and school spirit . . . Dixy Sarver, Head
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BLUE AND 'Wfl'TlTE
Our school paper, "The Blue and White," of Newport joint High School celebrated
its 55th anniversary this year, Thirty five years ago the "Blue and Wfhitef' published in
a magazine form, consisted of .1 collection of themes selettions from English classes, To-
day articles are assigned to various reporters to be written for the paper.
During depression days the "Blue and XVhite" staff published the paper in mimeo-
graph form, Since 1947 it has attained its present form through the cooperation of the
Newport News Printery.
The "Blue and XVhite" has received distinctive recognition. It is considered a first
class newspaper. The "Blue and XY'hite" belongs to Columbia Scholastic Press Associa-
tion, Pennsylvania Scholastic Press Association, and Quill and Scroll. Many members of
the staff also belong to the Quill and Scroll. Pins are issued to those members. Three
members of the present staff attended the Pennsylvania Press Association Convention held
at Penn State College-P. Saylor, P. Dietz, and D. Brown, Many useful things are learned
at these conventions.
The paper consists of two staffs . . . the literary and the business. The literary has
charge. of all articles written and the makeup of the paper. The business staff has charge
of all tinancial affairs andthe distribution of the paper.
FUTURE FARMERS OF .AMERTCA
Top row: G. Smeltz. C. Johnson. R. Drew, R. Campbell, J. Moretz, P. XX'ilson, G. Sheaffer. D. Oren.
J. Kipp. R. Kauffman. J. Roush. L. Wfilson. G. Holley, D. Fry. J. Steffen. Second row: D. Camp-
bell, F. Jacobs, C. Jacobs. J. Kline, R. Maurer, D. Houck, XV. Kimmich, D. Little, G. XX'right.
J. Sharar. Front row: Mr. Altland, J. Sheaffer, C. Newlin. G. Crow, G. Little, J. Kline, R. Beam,
Vocational Agriculture Students have been affiliated with the FFA-since June 5,
1940, when the Newport Chapter was chartered. It has served in motivating and vitalizing
the systematic instruction offered to students of Vocational Agriculture and to provide
further training in Farmer Citizenship.
Each member undertakes a project such as shoat fattening, bee raising, vegetable
gardening, etc. The chapter as a unit conducts such projects as corn picking, testing soil,
and salesmanship. Participation in county, regional, and statewide activities is encour-
aged. The Newport Chapter makes diligent plans annually to cooperate wth the instruc-
tional phase of the Pennsylvania State Farm Show. Officers of Newport Chapter FFA
are: President, G. Little, Vice President, G. Crow, Secretary, Kline, Treasurer, C. New-
lin, Reporter, R. Beam, Chaplain, L. Shuttg Sentinel, Shevaffer, Advisor, XV. Altland.
George Smeltz and James Sharar are officers of the Bi-County Organization.
Newport FFA Boys All Set to Return from Two Cornhusking Projects.
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IFUTIURIE HUMEMAKERS UF' AMERIICA
Top row: Mrs. Shearer, F. Barkley, M. Geecley, H. Xwright, j. Bubb, D. Howell, P. Myers, N.
Keller, F. Clouser, S. Steffen, K. Stambaugh, j. Zaring, M. Campbell. Second row: P. Cumbler,
M. L. Barrick, R, Brown, M. Haines, N. Casner, R. Roush, S. Welfley, A. Amsler, C. Longwell,
D. Latchforcl, H. Mitchell, Front row: F. Harper, G. Lerch, N. Smith, M. K, Crane, J. Wallis,
V. XX'allis, D. Buckwalter.
An integral part of home economic program in our school . . . It offers opportunity
for the future development of pupil's initiative in planning and carrying out activities
relative to homemaking.
Thirty-three members comprise our group. Very active during the year . . . preparing
and selling two school lunches per week . . . preparation of cookies and candies, also,
gathering clothes for distribution to needy families at Christmas . . . demonstrating the
art of making covers for paper handkerchief boxes . . . field trips . . . competing in two
baking contests, apple dessert and cherry pie. joan Bubb, senior member, won the local
and apple dessert contests and placed sixteenth in the state.
Six girls attended the regional "C" convention at Cressona High School and are also
planning to attend the FHA Convention at Penn State University in june . . . Mrs.
Pauline Shearer, advisor.
"Home Ec Girls on Field Trip"
Prefldenz ............ ....... IN f. K. CRANE
Vlre Prefidenl ....... ....... -I . VVALLIS
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Treufurer. .,............... G. LERCH
Cbaplairz ...,... ................... V . WALLIS
Song Lmder' ....,......... D, BUCKVVALTER
Neuu' Reporter ...................... F. HARPER
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'Consequence of Doped Tea"
One of the clminiltic highlights of the year was gix en
when the Seniors and juniors colliborated in presenting
the mystery-comedy 5 act play entitled "XY'ho Killed
Aunt C,aroline?' The presentation was well received by
both student body and public.
Activity centered .around Mrs. Endicott. .1 poor
woman, who taught pi.1no lessens and labored to sup-
port her family. Aunt Caroline, while visiting Mrs.
Endicott, is poisoned and consequently many ch.1r.1cters
are woven into the plot. "XY'ho Killed Aunt Caroline?"
Surely not Riccy, it fine young fellow. Nor kind-hearted
Mrs. Endicott, Nor cute Beryl or sweet Cecily. Nor Dan
Donovan, the high school football hero, or Agnes, the
sister type girl,
that Miss Mabbitt, Aunt Cnrolines
committed the act.
MARY KAY CRANE Mfr. Efzdimlt
RUTH A. EARNEST Atwer
LLOYD MALSEED Ring
DIXY SARVER Bug!
PEGGY DIETZ Cerily
PATSY SAYLOR Ann! C.1wlfr1e
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A jittery Tea Drinker
Surprise is exhibited by everyone when it is discovered
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.IAMES SEIDERS D,111J 'lfwzzzpwrz LEXYIS CRESSLER
GLENN XYEIDIGH 13.171 Dwmzeul DAVID ERYE
ANNE VVERTZ Mui N.zcI..11r1 CAROL SOI'LT
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JANET TROl'T MARTINA SMITH
JOSEPI-IINE ELEISHER ANITA LATHAM
INIRS. EDVVIN SOELE INIRS. ALFRED NYOLPERT
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Kneeling: F. Harper. M. Smith, A. Latham. S. Fossleman. S. Xlfelfley. M. Haines. First row,
Coach Joyce Park. A. Clouser. D. Trout. L. Shar.ir. B. Light. L. Xlfilson. R. Vfriglit, G, Knisley,
R. Earnest. M. Crane. Second row: L. Myers. C. Soult. F. Clouser. D. Sarxer. -I, Super. J. Trout.
M, Charles. S. Steffen, A. Viertv.
GlRLSl 'V,.4XRSITiY' CLUB
Activities of Girls' Varsity Club supervised by Miss Park. are of a nature whereby
sufficient funds are raised to purchase suitable awards such as sweaters and letters for the
girls recognized as varsity members.
Fourteen new members were initiated during the '54-55 season. The club was organized
in the fall of '53 and presently composes Ll membership of 2-1 girls.
"Female Bucket Platoon"
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ing: XV. XX'oods, K, Hultzapple. XX'. Soult, j. Klingman. J. XX'itmer. D, Oren, T. Willis. Standing:
Mr. Houser. Mr. Fitzpatrick, C. Carl, G. Neidigh. L. Cressler, XX'. Morgan. G. Shull, R. Cox, NW.
Hovver, D. Campbell. j. Campbell. L. Freeland. J. Ramp, Mr. Rotkey.
BUYS? 'VARSTTY CLUB
Under the leadership of Lamar Freeland, Presidentg 'lim Campbell, Vice President,
and Daryl Campbell, Secretary-Treasurerg the Varsity Club has sponsored several aetivi,
ties. These boys have completely controlled the club, the varsity show, and initiation.
They initiated 13 lettermeri this year. At their football banquet they had E. E. QShortyj
Miller, Prineipal of Edison junior High School, All-American Football player, as their
guest speaker. l
They also participate in the All Sports and Band Banquet in the spring. Money they
earned from the Varsity Show was used to help defray expenses and purchase honor
awards, All members of the Varsity Club and future prospective members contribute to
the success of the ever popular presentation known as the "Varsity Show."
Never to be forgotten moments of the Initiated
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VARSTTY FOOTBALL HIIOHLTOHTS
The 1954 Newport joint Buffaloes opened their sea-
son under the direction of Head Coach Lester Rockey
with a 38-6 victory over Dallastown. Carl scooped up a
Ram fumble on the second play of the game to score.
Freeland, Newports stellar center, blocked two punts
which resulted in two more touchdowns. Daryl Camp-
bell with jim Campbell throwing a key block ran 84
yards to score.
The Buffaloes passed one of its toughest tests with
flying colors as they downed a power laden determined
Selinsgrove team by the score of 7-6. Early in the second
quarter Carl skirted Selinsgrove right end for a T.D.
jim Campbell toted the ball around end to score the
all important extra point. The "Seals" climaxed a 50-
yard drive by scoring from five yards out. Freeland
blocked the attempted placement kick for the extra
point. The second half was strictly a defensive battle.
The entire Newport team played fine on both offense
and defense. Outstanding were Carl, Freeland, Hower,
and Cressler. Chester Carl suffered a foot injury in the
latter stages of the game.
The Buffaloes journeyed to Lykens and were sur-
prised in meeting a spirited and improved football team
-the final score being a 6-6 tie. Lykens scored in the
second quarter on a 50-yard pass play. Newport scored
its lone touchdown on a six-yard end around play by
Daryl Campbell to top a 65-yard sustained drive. jim
Campbell's 43 yard run on the end of a five yard for-
ward pass highlighted this drive. jim Campbell picked
up more yardage than the entire Lykens team. Outstand-
ing also were Freeland, Frye, and Neidigh.
Newport's long unbeaten streak, one of the longest
in Central Pennsylvania, was broken as the Highspires
"Tigers" came from behind in the last four minutes to
defeat the Buffaloes 12-6. Lamar Freeland blocked a
punt early in the first-quarter and Daryl Campbell
scooped it up and ran 13 yards for Newports only score.
Newport's team played brilliant defensive ball. Stellar
performances were made by Freeland, Willis, 'lim Camp-
bell, and Hower.
Newport's game with Carson Long was only a few
minutes old when Larry Trout recovered a punt blocked
by Lamar Freeland in the end zone for a T.D., jim
Campbell followed with two touchdown runs of seven
yards and 20 yards out. Lefty Wright scored the fourth
touchdown. The Cadets scored twice to narrow the gap
to 25-13. Jim Campbell, Lamar Freeland, Larry Trout,
and jay Witmer played their usual fine game.
At Elizabethtown Larry Trout repeated his act of the
C.L.I. game when he scooped up an Elizabethtown fum-
ble and ran 30 yards to score a touchdown. jim Camp-
bell picked up the other six points on a 60-yard run.
The Buffaloes added two points when Freeland tackled
an E-Town back in his own end zone. Final score New-
port 14-Elizabethtown 6.
The Newport Buffaloes played one of their finest
games when they upset the favored Juniata joint Indians
to the tune of 14-13. Jim Campbell scored all 14 points.
The Indians scored early with six points but the Buffs
came back with Campbell going three yards to score and
adding the extra point. The Indians came back to score
seven points and take the lead at halftime 13-7. During
the second half it was all Newport with 'lim Campbell
scoring from seven yards out and again adding the all
important extra point to put the Buffs ahead to win 14-
13. The entire team was outstanding.
The Buffaloes romped to victory over Perry Joint by
the score of 32-20. Newport's second stringers saw
plenty of action in the second half during which time
the "Bobcats" scored 20 points.
The most crucial game of the year which had a direct
bearing on the Twin Valley Championship was won by
Williamstown in the last two minutes of the ball game
by thc score of 6-0. The outcome was in doubt through-
out the entire game as both teams staged offensive
drives only to be stopped by the fine defensive play of
the other team. Williamstown's six points came as the
result of a break in the final stages of the last quarter.
Newport met Susquenita in its annual Thanksgiving
Day game minus the services of a number of its regulars.
Susquenita came to life in the second half after a list-
less first half to win 15-O. The play of jim Campbell
stood out for Newport both offensively and defensively.
The class of 1955 will graduate seven seniors who
were varsity lettermen in football. They are Chester Carl,
Bill Morgan, Bill Hower, Daryl Campbell, jim Camp-
bell, Ronald Cox, and Lamar Freeland. Due recognition
was given to the entire football team at a father-son
banquet held in Social Rooms of the Newport Meth-
odist Church on Dec. 2, 1954 by the mothers of the
football boys. The main speaker was Eugene "Shorty"
Miller, former All-American, who dwelt on the
subject "A boy who will not be licked can't be licked."
Newport .......... ....... D allastown ....... ...... 6
Newport .....,..., ....... S elinsgrove ......... ...... 6
Newport .......... ....... L ykens ........... ....i. 6
Newport .......... .,.,... H i ghspire ................,,.. 12
Newport .......... .......
Newport .......... .......
Newport ........., .......
Newport .......... .......
Newport .......... .....,.....
Jim Campbell was named Twin Valley All-Confer-
ence back on the first team and Lamar Freeland was
selected as All-Conference Center on the second team.
Total Ydf. Average Poizzlr
Jim Campbell ,..... ......... 1 011 7.6 48
Chester Carl .,...,. .,,,, 2 93 13.1 18
Bill Hower ,.,.... ..,.. 1 47 2.1 6
Earl Wright ....... ,.... 1 32 5.5 12
Larry I-Ietrick ....... ...,. 7 5 1.7 6
Bill Morgan ....,.. ...., 1 8 2.6
Gil Clouser ....... ..... 2 1 5.8
Ronald Cox ...,....... ..... 5 8 2.5
Glenn Neidigh ...... ..... 8 6 4.8
Daryl Campbell ...... .. 24
Larry Trout .....,..,,,,,,
Glenn Shull .,......
Total Ydr. Average Point!
Freeland in Hot Pursuit
Campbell on the loose
.IIUNIIUR lHlllGll-ll FOOTBALL
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Fxrst row Hetrxck Manager Sharar Campbell Harry Sheaffer johnson Clay Musser Cox
Stexgleman Hoffman Gaugler Second row Trout Wrtmer Fosselman Campbell Maurer Mrller
Geedy Wrlght Hoover Lesh Clouser Todd Kexter Lesh Thxrd row Coach Houser Shenk
Peters Saylor Bennett Grbney Strawser Sharar Myers Markle Rothenberger Kerlxn Mrller
Helsey Kahler Cams Manager
The Newport Jumor Buffaloes under the tutelage of Coach Stanley P Houser racked
up a successful record of three wms two defeats and one t1e wxth an mexperxenced
squad At the close of the season the followrng were elevated to the Hxgh School Squad
Dave Mlller Ralph Lesh and Dennxs Kerlm
jerry Rothenberger and Corbett Strawser served as co captains
A LL: V 'L :I A Q 'A I V Newport ----'----'-. U--H--on
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W- MORGAN J- CAMPBELL J. RAMP L. HETRICK W. WOODS
fl.. Forwardj QR. Forwardj QCenterj QL. Guardj QR. Guard,
A quick glance at the results of the 23 game season makes it seem unnec-
cessary to comment further on such a performance as this. Much of the praise
must go to Coach I-Iouser for his ability to urge the team to greater heights.
The team started its league play with an unbroken string of 55 consecutive
victories . . . completed the season with 14 straight wins to extend the num-
ber to 69 . . . but not without a struggle . . . a three point margin was the
difference in the Greenwood game.
Team work marked the play of entire squad. Newport will miss the tower-
ing height Of Ramp on controlling the bankboards, the all around stellar
play of jim Campbell, the set shot ability of Morgan and the supporting
roles played by Freeland, Daryl Campbell, and Collins. Competitive spirit
and determination to win . . . very evident. Buffalo rooters relieved to see
Kenny Hultzapple ably fill the gap left when Hetrick was sidelined due to
illness. The four Varsity Lettermen: XVOods, Hetrick, Rockey, and Hultz-
apple remain as a nucleus for next years team.
OVER-ALL INDIVIDUAL SCORING
F.G. F.T. F,M F.Pct. T.P. Ave.fOuls
J. Campbell .,.. ......... 1 38 196 151 66.872 417 10.5 79
J. Ramp ....,.,.. ......... 1 25 150 79 60.8921 525 14.1 77
W. Morgan .... ......,.. 1 16 32 15 469W 247 10.7 44
L. Hetrick ........ .,.... 5 1 90 47 5am 149 7.8 38
K. Huimppie ..... ...... 5 s 47 31 70.012 107 4.9 25
W. Woods .... .,..,. 5 5 51 za 54.990 94 4.1 66
L.'Freeland ..., ...... 4 10 5 50.092, 15 .s 8
W. Rockey ........ .. 5 15 6 40.025 16 1.0 6
D. Campbell ....... 2 7 1 14.36727 5 .2 16
D. Collins ........... ........................... 4 8 0 0.0925 8 .5 14
J. Rothenberger ..... .,............................ 0 0 0 0.0fR 0 0.0 0
l OVER-ALL TEAM SCORING
RO. RT. RM. F.Per. TP. Ave.fouls
Nev-'Port ------ .......... 5 75 596 344 57.7fn 1574 59.7 378
Opponents ---...- .......... 5 58 602 290 48.296 966 42.0 567
amp on 3 Tip-Off
Xevvport ,,,,,,,....,,,,,.... 55
., ..,,,..., 39
Susqucnita ,,,.,,,, .,,,..,, 5 0
Grecnpark ,,,.. ,,,...r, 3 2
Carson Long ..... ,,,,,,.. 3 6
Perry Joint .,,,, ,.,,,,.. 4 3
Greenwood .,,,,,, ....,,.. 4 2
Juniata Joint 62
EaQt Juniata ,,,,, , A ,IO
Blain ..,.,,,,,.... ..,,.,., 5 9
Grccnpark ,,,,, 29
Carson Long 41
Perry Joint 40
Greenwood ,, 47
Juniata Joint 45
East Juniata ..,.. ..... 2 8
Blain ,,,,,,,,,,, 39
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XY. ROCKEY D. COLLINS I.. FREELAND D. CAMPBELL K. HVLTZAPPLE
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CQORING R1ZC.ORDf1L'N1OR VARSITY
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Vnsiry Buys C11-C.1p:a1m Co-Captains-Newport Lassms
Standing: M. K. Crane. F. Harper, D. Sarver, J. Super, Miss Park, F. Clouser, M. Charles. J. Trout,
L. Sharar, Sitting: G. Knisley. C. Soult. R. A. Earnest, A. Wfertz, R. Wfright. A. Latham. M. Smith,
A. Clouser, M. Haines, S. Welfley, L. Myers, B. Light, S. Fosselman, L. W'ilson, D. Trout. S.
The Newport Buffaloettes for the 195-4,55 season had an overall record of five wins
and three losses. Under the tutelage of Miss Park the team made an auspicious beginning
by winning their first four games and then lost the next two by the close margin of two
Five senior girls will be lost to the team through graduation: Dixy Sarver, Jo Super,
janet Trout, Carol Soult, and Manager Louise Sharar. jo Super and Janet Trout were
named to the Perry-Juniata All-Star Team,
jo Super . .... .
Dixy Sarver ......
Faye Harper ..
Carol Soult ......
Ruth A, Earnest
Alice Clouser ,
Sars er jumping
Quarters Field Fouls Fouls Total
Goals Att'ed Made Point
33 253 Newport.-............6I Susquenita
il 4 76 Newport................59 Susquenita
1 6 1 '3 Isewportm.............56 Greenwood
4 0 I 0 0 biewport................37 Green Fark
7 7 9 4 8 fsewport........ .....28 E. Juniata
g 10 4 14 Niewport................51 Blain.,........... .......53
4 5 4 1 7 Isewport ............,.,. 20 uint V ...........,... .27
2 0 Z 0 0 INewport................43 Perry joint
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As we approach the day when we will graduate from Newport joint High School, we,
the Class of '55, are conscious of the fact that we owe a debt of gratitude to individuals
who made our graduation and this Blunita Yearbook possible.
To our parents . . . we extend our sincere thanks of appreciation for their many sacri-
fices in making it possible for us to remain in school for the past twelve years.
XVe compliment the various unit Boards of Education and the Newport joint School
board for the many facilities and advantages afforded us,
XY'e recognize the "profession of teaching as being creative work with its basic ma-
terials, the minds, the hearts, and the ambition of impressionable youngsters who des-
perately want and need guidance." Wfe, the Class of '55, are ever grateful to all our
teachers during the past twelve years. As we continue our perpetual climb through life,
we should like to thank them for their guidance, wisdom, and tolerance,
XYf'e appreciate the cooperative support given to us by the various individuals and or-
ganizations who have assisted in financing this yearbook through the medium of adver-
tising. Wie encourage you to patronize them.
We wish to bid farewell to our fellow schoolmates and offer our thanks to them for
willingness to make this yearbook possible, We extend to the Class of 1956 our best
wishes for a successful year and '56 Blunita.
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