Newport High School - Bruin Yearbook (Newport, WA)

 - Class of 1950

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Dick Ashdown Lyla Bailey Richard Bishop Anabelle Cherry Patricia Clark Burton Cook Alice Crysler Joan Elkins Russell Fahland Hoy Fry Ralph Green Jack Hall Oscar Hand Wesley Hand Palmer Haugen Lucille Hiebert Barbara Jermain Joan Krehbiel Bernice Kress Jane Kubota Arthur Manning Rose Matson laura Melin James Miller Maurice Mintzer Albert Moeser Norma Olson Alice Pillers Mary Payne Barbara Peterson Glenn Pete Ralph Peterson Orville Richardson Gloria Schick Vivian Sutton Grace Sewell Kenneth Taylor Joyce Vanairsdale Helen Wardlov Edith Walker Duane Weeks SENIQRS WHQ S WHO ? NICKNAME Dick Charlie Dick Cherry Pat Cookie Chris Joanie Russ Homer Ralph Hall Oscar Wes Junior Barbie Jo Ann Bernie Janie Ar Rosie Lolly Jim 'Dangerous Dan McGrew Norm Allie June Bobby Pete Peter Pedro Glo Sutton Gracie Kenny Van Helen Edie Weeksie De st lned to be BHPPY Mrs Hoisington A magician A woman in white A gabbler Hair tonic salesman P E teacher Bashful A shoe shine boy A nuisance lazy Working city slicker casanova flea accountant reporter A police woman home economist farmers wife A blonde fbleachedl man An opera star Western Singer A druggist A politician A garbage collector Lady Gambler A model Older movie actress father circus barker grease monkey A gay divorces Nice A Ch8m18t A farmer A dart thrower A widow Married A mdser Initials mean Darn Able Love Bugs? Hover Boy Admirable Classmate Pretty Cheerful Big Crook Always Clever Jolly Elf Rather Fussy Really Friendly Rather Generous Just Heroic Ohl Handsome Well Heeled Pretty Hopeful Lonely Heart Be Jolly Just Kind Best Kidder Joke Killer Average Man Real Moody Loves Music Just Musical Muscle Man Any More Nice One A Pesslmist Modest Person Bossy Person Grand Pa Rather Plain Old Hepubllcan Good Sport Very Sensible Good Student Kinda Timid Just Valiant Huffy Wife Early Worm Dopey Worrier A A A Lu A Dale Hoisington ale A mathematician Devoted Hobbyist A - A t A Moe Jo A A A A ' ', a O Ceegfamenf We the Senior class of 1950 do hereby declare the following document, as our last will and testament Dick Ashdown leaves his qu1et disposition to Billy Cooks Lyla Bailey and Joan Krehbiel leave all those years of Home Ec to Mary Ann Oscarson to be used in the future Anabelle Cherg leaves her F H A duties to JoAnn Hansen Q ricia Clark wills her 'stay at home' disposition to Goldie Taylor Burton Cogk leaves his neat hair to Colin McKim Alice Crysler wills her telephone gossip to Alice Klement Joan Elkins wills her pleasing personality to be taken care of by June Talk. gsell Fahlgnd leaves his neat appearance to Earl Miller -11221 wills all those years of English to Dolores Dahlin galph Green and Dick Bishop leave their large collection of rec1pes to Kenny Scott and Jim Frankson Jack Hall wllls his blonde curls to Everett Sanburn Junior Qggggn wills his metal shop overalls to Lily Daugherty Lucille Egebert leaves her 'Edltor in Chief of the Hi Times worries' to Mildred Bailey Dale Hbisiggtgn leaves his chemistry wizardry to Kermit Pierson Bag-gga,Jermain and Mary June Payne leave those 'Riverside Boys' t Betty Haugen, Vera Strand and Jewel Knuth Bernice Kress wllls her smooth walk to Evelyn Umbarger Jane Kubotg wills her position as cheerleader to Beverly Miller Ag nur Manning wllls his 'apple polishing' to Jim Brigham Iaurg Melin wills her hillbllly songs to Shlrley Johnson Jim Miller wills his straight hair to Dick Yonck. Maurice Mintzer leaves his 'girl flirting' to Carl Graham Albert Moeser w1lls his height to Gary Lee Bergstrom Norma Olson leaves her weet, innocent self to Mary Clarks Glen Pete wills his football ability to Hudolrh Hiebert and M rlin Huling BagJgga Peterson wills her 'gift of'gab' to Robert Ruling Bglph Peterson wills his 'manly chest' to Eddie Hamacher and Heil Simp- son Alice Pillers leaves her 'Ag ' knowledge to Denny Idthgow ggille Richardson leaves his presidency of the S S S S fShell Service Station Societyl to Grant Kimmel and Herbert Veit Grace Sewell wills her extra credits to Delbert Nelson lorga Schick wills her carnival queen crown to Mary Ann Clumpner Vivian Sutton wllls her giggling to Joyce Payne Kenny Taylor, Wesley and Oscar Hand will their Ag projects to Melva Crysler and Ellen Johnson J Ice Vanairsdale wills her 'shooting abllity' to Marcella Poelle so she can get her a 'dear' Edith Walker wills her 'Lil Ole Southern Customs' to Gale Iarsen Quang Weeks wills his 'Toni Kit' to Bay Johnson gf i an 0 1 P t - Ru . . Ro . b o Ross Matson wills her blonde, short bob to Joan Smith. b ' . o " E"""'-"' ' . O . CLASS PROPHECY At the tenth Annual Banquet be1ng held in the Newport High School gym all but one of the 1950 graduating class is present making it a happy reunion ten years after the night of their graduation Inquiring into the past of the students we find four te chers who have specialized in different fields Barbara Jo Peterson is a famous dramatics teacher on B oadway Dick Ashdown is a teacher of agriculture in the Montana State College Joan Krehbiel has also become a teacher of Home Economics at the Omaha Bible School Dale Hoisington has the position of mathematics teacher in the dear old high school Bernice Kress, having written invitations in high school has car fied it on and now with the assistance of Patricia Clark, the famous artist is the head of the nMaster Engraversn now designing invitations for the grand openlng of the famous singer, Burton Cook, in the Atomic Thrill Night Club Another great feature at the Atomic Thrill is Alice Crysler danc ing her specialty the 'TweIth Street Rag' We come now to Albert Moeser who is the proprietor of an exclusive apartment house for midgets, the largest and most luxurious of its kind All at once there is a clatter outside and Anabelle Cherrey comes rushing in after assisting with a major operation at the McCormick Gen eral Hospltal where she is the superintendent of nurses Norma Olson is getting rich fast by collecting miniature antiques for an antique shop in New York City catering exclusively to the mil lionaire trade in etiquette in the National Medical College She is the Emily Post of the day Arthur Manning is the proprietor of this College Duane Weeks looks sad, 'What's the matter Duane?' nYou know how I always hated women well here I am the President of the Lonely Hearts Club and the Women's division at that! N Glenn Pete is leading the rugged though less dramatic life of a logger in the Priest River district Jane Kubota seems to be very happy at her Job of Chief Editor of the New York Times Allce Pillers is her head reporter and assistant Dick Bishop and his falthful partner, Palmer CJr J Haugen are traveling the United States w1th Dick's famous magician show Speaking of partnerships Mary June Payne and Barbara Jermain are running the WSilver Horseshoe Riding Academy' in Chicago Oh, yes, all of you have read the articles about the famous Womens Studio of Sculpture in New York City Russell Fahland and Maurice Mintzer are the star models Iyla Bailey drove in tonight for this reunion from Sknokum Flats where she is chief cook and bottle washer on her husband's farm We have another model among us and many have seen her in shampoo ad since our graduation Edith Walker is a model for Supersonic Speed Hair Shampoo Bblen Wardlow is also keeping up with the times, since becoming a regular speed demon on the typewriter She has been promoted to the position as secretary to the President Nice going. Helen Oh! Here is another teacher, Rose Matson who is the instructor, 0 'I Heard now over Station ATOM in Portland is our laura Melin the 'Yodeling Singern of a famous program. We now come to Joyce Vanairsdale who has made an outstanding re- cord in artillery and is now the Instructor in marksmanship at West Point. Jack Ball and Kenneth Taylor are running the 'Veteran'e Dairy Ranch' at Chattaroy, which is becoming the nation's nmust seen for most tourists Ralph Peterson has also turned to cattle raising, being foreman of a cattle ranch in Montana Others who have turned to agriculture are the Hand Brothers, Oscar and Wesley, who own and manage the largest sheep farm in the world Joan Elkins and Grace Sewell are now chemists in the Atomic Re search Division Roy Fry owner of the Black O11 Freight Company of Oklahoma is very busy transporting oil to the sea coast for shipment to Europe Iucille Hicbert is the 'Dorothy Deann of St louis She also has the major role as director of the Home Economics Department in the Kansas City papers Vivian Sutton's dream has come true and she is managing the Scott Sutton Business School of El Paso, Texas Remember how slow Ralph Green used to be well he is now the test pilot for the super speed Jet planes How are you coming Ralph? Jim Miller and Orville Richardson have both chosen the same field but are by no means in the same town Jim is in Miami, Florida and Orville is in Seattle running their own service stations last we come to Gloria Schick who is an understudy in the movies. Her latest picture was 'Sparkling Teardrops' She is especially good at producing a flood of tears at a moments notice We have learned the well being of all our classmates and!! wish each other many good wishes and lots of luck Bye MQ, Q x X i I I ,,' ,ea 'Km , .wks Q . , -QQQQMK X1 -hx' ,I .ea ' ir, QS! kv a W- f , e , 3 liqzv fl, 9 f X .X 'I xc: NORMQ ff? FD TH YYIARYJIYNE .E RCJCF HEL DSE vnnnn Jaya: B4-Uifod BARA Jo Hifzn WEL VE iUDE!7tS Wm Lucius zowmf GR,-xc: DV-I penmcf RALPH :Ioan QUCR Fl N91 W N 4 lii'4 mr .mmm A hilt TZ rg.. will L I .Q L, , 2, - ,I -,L A4 Of' V Md it i ibn, in 1 J ' I-:ya - A. K,s' ' 'ft' AI" N . .ff 1 ' 1, :'lIA ASV V A , P Y N . 'A f-J' J, AM' W I' , Q ' . 3 ' fs. 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YK I l ' ' L CLASS HISTORY On the morning of September 1, 1938, a jolly, laughing group of boys and girls, Duane weeks, D1ck Ashdown, Albert Mbeser, Grace Sewell, Joan Elklns, Lyla Bailey, Junior Haugen and Bernice Kress entered school as the nucleus of our class of 1950 One of our greatest accomplishments was the construction of a board davenport that we built, padded, and covered with blue material structions were given by our teacher, H ss Halleur The next year Miss Knaber was our gu1de Here we learned the princlples of 'readin' 'riting' and 'rlthmetic' Those who joined us this year were Ralph Green, Lucille Hiebert, and Patricia Clark we were brownies, fairies, toy tops and drunnwre in the Chr1stmas play The second grade was taught by M ss Hect During this year we went to the bakery after stud ing about the business To complete the venture the manager treated us to a cream puff each Our gun toting gal, Joyce Vanairsdale jolned us this year we performed as plates, forks, and knlves 1n the Christmas play. In the third grade we were joined by Orville Rlchardson On the opening day of school M ss Taylor greeted us with a smile we studied all about the fire department and later visited the fire department and recelved a ride on the flre truck For the Christmas play we performed as cooks and bakers Miss Standfield was our teacher in the fourth grade War was declared thls year but since we had practlced as angels we went ahead and put on the Christmas play Our fifth year saw a slzable increase ln the size of our group, Alice Crysler, who talked continually, Joan Krehblel, Norma Olson and Art Mannlng. Due to the war we had no ChP1StmaS play In the s1xth grade Mass Stofflet guided us along the path of knowledge T contribute to the war we knltted blocks for an afghan In the seventh grade we were joined by four more students Anabelle Cherrey, best l1ked teachers taught us Our last year of grade school was taught by Mrs Baker D1ck B1shop, Rose Matson and Barbara Jo Peterson joined our class Elgth grade graduatlon was a big accompllshment for us It made us feel that we were beglnning to get a better start 1n life Comlng to school in the fall to commence our Frosh year we faced a few days of lipstlck, dressing up and the spats But that w1s just part of the fun. The new arravals from other schools were Ralph Peterson, Alice Pillars, Roy Fry, Jack Hall, Jane Kubota and several former students Laura Melin, Mary June Payne and Barbara Jermaln Maurice Mantzer, Burton Cook, Vivian Sutton and Kenny Taylor entered the Sophmore class This year we watched the frosh being 1n1tiated Boy, were we glad we weren't in their boots! Newcomers to our Junlor class were Russ Fahland, Glen Pete, James M ller, Edlth Walker and Gloria Schlck The theme of the prom this year was "A Nlght 1n Central Park U The theme of our Senior ball held Decemoer 2, 191-19, was "Moonlight and Red Rosesn Joan Elk1ns was chosen as Ball Queen The class play, directed by M138 Kay Ellsworth, was presented 1n the sprlng In September l9h9 Helen Wardlow jolned our onward marchlng ranks to the day of graduatlon whlch w1ll end a successful Senior year and the many happy years of school O 0 In- A L I . . O Oscar Hand, Wesley Hand and Dale Hoisington. 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Miss Johnson, fAna.be11e cnerreyy Mus Pilm, CMa.ry Ann Oscar'- sonl Mrs Aldrich, fEve1yn Umbargerl, Mrs Vecchitto, CHedy Gretenerl Mr Nelson Ulbert Moeserl Mr Ierguson, lhhurico Mintzerb Miss Wheeler, KHe1en Wardlowl, Miss Paterson Ulice Cryslerj Mr Bradley CDua.ne Weeksl, Henry Aldrich Urthur M8.11I11Dg,o A11 pictures taken by Island. Riley Studio, Newport, Washington. 80 t Ma 80 Ro mitflrg BB Cha Alice Pillars- Editor 68.t1l1'O iley-I Ba Iyla n n-Cla s Edit r Mary Clarkh , ane Kubo a-Ed O ' 3 Ann Oscareon-Assistant Business Manager, D ck Bishop-Art Editor, Jack hertz-Asszsvanu t Editor, Palmer Haugen Jr.-Assistant Photograph Ed Pete-Sport Editor, Incille 611 itor, G1 fl Front Rovg Second Rowg Third Row: 7255 PIHVVS Mary Ann Oscarson, Beverly Miller, Jewel Knuth, Vera Strand, Anabelle Cherrey, Vivian Sutton, Miss Ellsvadnm Beverly Hall, Gale Larson, Rose Matson, Evelyn Umbarger, Alice Crysler, Shirley Johnson, Joan Elkins, Joyce Vanairsdale, Barbara Jo Peterson. 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Poelle, Richer s, Lincoln, Louise McIntosh, e ol Kubota, Jane Kubota, Second Rowg Iyla Bailey, Derma ichards, Connie Bennet, oAnn Jansen, Wilbe ta Hokanson, Mrs. Corldll, Gr ce Sewell, Beverly Hall, Alice Cryaler, Rody Gretner, Anabelle Cheney' Ir H I-1 Pa Ili at D 42 'd 2 cl 91 E JB E-I BQ 5:3 5:3 E'- .sig JI 55: 555 583 351.-1 a-lv-ld! Y Hut Bovg Second Rovg Third Bcvg Ionna Jones, Jane Kubota., Mr. baton, Barbara Nonear, Fcrcl Kubota. Mary Ann Oacareon, Dick Tonck, Duane Weeks, Joan Schell, Gloria Schick, Kenny Scott, Vivian Sutton, Norm. Olson. Bay Johnson, Alice Cryaler, Albert Moeser, Paul roster, Wilberta Hohmon, Artmr Manning. w N .Z din' 1118 , Wesley Hand, Ralph Peterson , Merlin , Oscar 1 ips, P Kr. l 'HILETIC f 4 I I' 3 .-J' dv! xt Front Row, Second Row Third Row: Newport Jim Miller, Mintzer, Jim Tommy Bolin Gale Larson, Dick Yonck, FCDOTBALL Raymond Johnson, Paul Foster, Maurice Frankson, Glen Pete Ronald France Cleo Dodge, Ronny Hogan, Gordon Campbell, Keith Nelson Delbert Nelson, Denny Lithgow, Kenny Scott. High School students wish to thank the Newport business men of the surrounding community for the help and money they do- the athletic field. About 32,000 has been given, with S400 future projects, including a baseball backstop. Eventually the field is to be lighted for night games. The business men are trying to get cinders to for the track. This would improve the U40 yd. speed could be attained. New football uniforms will be purchased for fall. The new field will be in perfect condition 11-man football season. and others nated for left for put around the field track so that better the NHS players this by fall to start the FCDCDTBALL if S, x,,N Fjigy iff nJ45g touchdown The Newport Grizzlies successful grid season games and losing three the Merry Go-Round with Russ Fahland injured his completed a comparatively winning three conference team rated second in taking first place during th18 session The Ione knee game 10-0, with Maurice Mintzer scoring the only In the first conference game Newport edged Cusick 32 26, with Jim Frankson leading the attacks Ione triumphed over Newport in an exciting game with the narrow margin of 12 7 Dick Yonck's pass- ing was an important factor along with some clever- ly executed runs by Glen Pete. The third game score with Metaline saw Metaline Falls and Newport battle to a 28-20 Falls the victor Dick Yonck filled the air with passes that were completed to galn many yards Newport beat Cusick 33-0 in the fourth game, Jim Frankson making every touchdown Ions again b at Newport by a score of 20-7 with Dick Yonck and Glen Pete gaining considerable yardage Kenny Scott and Glen Pete teamed up to make several hard driving tackles The last and most important game to the squad was the Newport and Metaline tussle The team poured on the coal and whipped Metaline Falls, 20-15 in a free for all Delbert Nelson made some spectacular catches of Dick Yonck's passes The 1eague's final standing EAM Ione Metaline Newport Cusickh- O was as follows 0 .1 v itlfcf :gk N N. ivv 0 A-SV' as N ' . ' 3-wN1?5vTQg ' gf fi'i Newport defeated Priest River in a non-conference he -. T W. L. P.F. .P.A. -------5 1 128 90 ----M 2 233 52 -----3 3 119 1 1 --- 6 U4 291 Q Clair Mosher Jimmie Joe Geary Jlm Hodges O Brien Aichael Gale Larson Front Row Ph llip Howe Paul Foster, Jim Henley Delbert Nelson Glen Pearce Mr Auer Second Row 95 QSTBHLL X' " SQLQAD BASKETBALL The Newport High School team finished the most successful season in the school's history by win ning 21 and losing 5 with three of these losses handed them ln the tournament play In the county league play the Newport Grizzlies won six straight games and lost none by squeezing past Metaline Falls twice In the county tournament Newport took first place with four players named on the All Star souad They were Al Moeser, Glen Pete, Dick Yonck and Maurice Mintzer Then came the dis trict tournament and bad luck with it Al Moeser broke out with hives and wasn't able to play Ken ny Scott's arm swelled and Glen Pete injured the muscles in his back and was not able to perform up to par In spite of these injuries Newport beat the rugged Harrington During the season and tournament Newport scored an average of U8 l points a game compared to the opponents 35 lb a game In the individ ual scoring Glen Pete led the first five with 292 points followed by Maurice M ntzer with 253 points Al Moeser was next w1th 202 points A close race existed between two guards with Kenny Scott collecting a 181 points and beating Dick Yonck who had 178 points Kenny Scott and Dick Yonck are the only men returning from the first five but the reserves Kermit Pierson, Ray Johnson, Everett Eaton, Jim Brigham and Glen Pearce are expected to perform in capable style next year l squad the first night and then dropped the next two games. 50 P055 GLORIA Bmw P f YTIBR9 A YI LouJSE ZJOG4 x LQURH YIHTTCU' I-r-yy--.X QAWBARA sig CLHDY5 covmxf NOHITIA ,DARLEMS mrry i PHYLLIS sh hlY!A JJ 1 CK 4 A 9 ,f, I 'x 5 i . -M. 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