Newport High School - Newportian Yearbook (Newport, KY)

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We eagerly ran up the gangplank almost tripping over our new important-looking sailor uniforms, which scarcely seemed to tit because we were so young and inexperienced. l-low we struggled to learn those tirst sailor knots and master our duties on deck! - Earning our service stripes, our young bodies and minds grew to fill out our garb of distinction. Some of us gained promotions of honor and slow- ly rose to duty on the top decks of the vessel. After tour years ot work and play on board, the seniors' trip is over. l-lappily, we tile down the gangplank to present to you, our parents, this log of the S. S. Newport. ! 4 FOR'D As we stroll down the gangplank of the S. S. Newport, memories of our four year voyage pass through our minds. What grand friends our shipmates were! What able helmsmen, our teachers, guided our ship! To them we owe our thanks and gratitude for safely bringing us to port. lt is with deep feeling that we pass our "Ship's Log" to you, so you too may enjoy the voyage as we did. As you glance through the pages, may the contents reveal not only a happy, contented crew but one which has striven hard to reach the goal they have attained. May we ever keep our standards and ideals high by fol- lowing the straight course, even though we may often be confronted with heavy gales. Qt 7-Ire Helm . FACULTY 7-142 6572200 CLASSES gIuofzeIeave . ACTIVITIES 614425 on Declz . . ATHLETICS filgesavefzs . . ADVERTISEMENTS fx yy Jx 1gfx Jyfx jx 1x fx Jx 1gjX JX 1X MARY CATHERINE SCI-IWED, Editor-in-Chief A GLORIA FISCI-IER, Feature Editor DONALD CREENI-IOLZ, Business Manager S 75: -E ' 'K His guiciing iwand steers our siwip X7 tiwrougim time sea of ambition toward the shores of success. We saiute time piiot . . ,1- f flae Helm i g F xx ' ,f ..- -,.. ....- 1' .. . 'x 415 MR GEORGE G, SCHNEIDER ..... .... . , ., ...,. ..,. ....,., . . . ..,..,....,....,.....,,...........,... ,,.... ,............., P r esident DR ROBERT W, SCHEER ...,.,..,..,, .. ,. .......,... ..,.,.... . ., ..,,,....,,..........., .Vice-President MR. GEORGE EICHER DR PAUL REIKOW DR FRED G VVEBER EXECUTIVES DR ANDERSON D. OWENS ,.,. , .,.,..., ,. .,,......,, ., .....,.,. Superintendent of Schools MR EMIL GERHARDTW. . ..,. , .... ,, T. ,,.... . ,,..Business Manager MR LORIMER SCOTT.. ..... .,, ,. ..... ..,..,, ,........, ,.,. . . . .. ..,... ,, Legal Adviser if! fi if "R A3 "W f' if W. 1 T ,- "' -""'5'x ' J r so it tx it 2 i T .i U T i M From the council table ot the Board of Education comes the destiny ot ship and crevv. The board appoints the superiors whose duty it is to educate and discipiine the crevvg to give sailing ordersg and to have Charge of the ship's stores. A D. OVVENS. Superintendent 1, L, COBB, Principal S xJl f'Xlhertsun. Clarence E .. ., .Commercial Dept Rathiany Richard ., . , .. Chemistry Calciwell, Mai, lee. . .,.. . English Cullawtsrn, Bernice . Commercial Dept. Eanlhtisli, Katherine. ,. . , ,. . Algebra Eitzsimmons. Catherine ,, . ,...,.,.,. , English Ebsler, WH liani l .. , Physical Education, Cnagh Liirx-.ii Hazel ..,. . Latin. Public Speaking . Latin, Commercial Dent. Cray, Gypsy . ., l-lainiltnn, Maud Science, Mathematics l-larpery Cirace . ,..PsycholOg2y, Eng ish arisen, Alice. . . .. ,..,lX-'lathematics Haunt, Hilclegarde... ,,.,... . . Ciernian, Coniniercial Dept Hurst, lxilarshall .mwwliidiistrial Arts Lamb, Alina ,.... ., , .. . . ....,.,,,.. .,.,..... ...... . . . El'lgllSll Lainh, Avs ...,. ., ...... . . ......... ,....... S ocial Sciences l -wx inc Celeste English i 'VM Sailing on glass-smooth waters beneath sunny skies, a seaman may forget about the lighthouse. But it a storm comes and the horizon is dark, the warm, yellow beams ot the guide tower can be mightly helpful, sailoreand friendly, too. lylathcws, Ernest , Molnar, john W.. Morris, lylaiy E ,.., Neiser, Richard ...,. ,. .........,. . Owens, leannette Parsons, Marion.. Poe. Nancy '... .. , Phillips, Mattie ..,.. Ryan, Hazel, ., Schvyarlverg, Beryl Tanner, Lois , Tanner. lylary .. ,. Warren, Katherine Vvlerner, Katherine ..,. Schell, William .... Schwe'kert, john , laclcsnn lame: ., .,.. German, English , lk-lusic Director Librarian . ...Science . ,,,...,.,., .U .. ...Science English, Civics, American History . .Physical Education, Coach l-listory. Problems of Demnczacy ., .. , ,.. Spanish . .....,. ,....... A lgebra , ...Science English .. . Commercial Dept. ,. Con-mercia' Dept. Household Arts .. English, lonrnalisrn Amcrican History, lvlathematics lvlatlieiiifitifs Science? cat. . l ' II S 73' With shoulders badc and heads held high, our youth sails the sea of educa- tion with eyes ever-watchful For the land of tomorrow. We present . . . Captain james Connor First Otticer MaryCathcrir1e Schvved First Mate Ruby Garrett Purser Robert Marshall L Grew 1 2 'Zn 1 x, 1 r ,t trrrr .., ... t 9 x' l I3 ADKINS. ERNESTI NE IOLA ."Ernie" 'Cheertulness is the sunny ray of life." Ci. A. A. lg Knitting Club 21 Personality 3. ALLEN, IOLA "A face with gladness oversuread " Mixed Chorus lg Ci. A. A. lg Knitting Club 35 Rhythm Club 2-rl. BALTZER, THOMAS "Blatzer" "What should a man do but be merry?" Track l-2-3-Ag Athletic Club l--lg "N" Club 2-3-4, BARBEE. BETTY IANE "Blondie" "She is of a cheerful, friendly rlisnositionf' Holmes High l-2-31 Cirl Re- serves 45 Red Cross Club -lg Newoorter Staff 45 "What A Life." BARTEL. HENRY MORRIS "Bottle" "l dare do all that may become a man, who dares do more is not et' w 2-3-ll tPresiclentlg asket Mgr. 45 Football 7 ibrary Staff 2-3-slg "N" 45 Track l-2-3--lg Annual Sta f il. ALFORD, MARGARET HELEN "W-Stir' Q "She may look quiet ancl sedate, but when you know her she's just great." G. A. A. l-2-3-Alg Personality Club 3g Rhythm Club 2. BACKSMAN, IOSEPH H. ulcer, "Do l worry, do l trel7' Never will and haven't yet." Craft Club 2g Camera Club 3-llg Pinatore, Pirates of Penzanceg "lf l Were Quecnng Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4. BANKEMPER, DONALD I. "Men" And if the song were full of mirth. l-le breathes the spirit of the song." St. Xavier l-ligh l-2g Track 3-sig Personality Club 'lg Dramatic Club 4 lPresidentlg l-li-Y Llp Band 43 Newoorter Staff llg "What A Life" -43 'Bargains in Cathay" 4 lContest Playlg Forensic Tournament -l. BARBIEA, RAYMOND .Ray-, . 'lThere'S ltonesty, manhood, and good fellowship in thee." Athletic Club Q21 Personality Club 33 Rrtle Club 4, BERKLEY, STEWARD "Berk" "O why should life all labor be?" Athletic Club 23 Hi-Y 3: Intra- mural Basketball l-Zg Football l-2-big Basketball la2--lg "lt l Were Queen." BINDER, HENRIETTA . "As merry as the day as long." Southgate l-ligh lg C, A A. 3-4, lBaseball 'Mgr 3, Volley- ball Mgr -'li Honor Volleyball Team 4g Honor- Basketball Team 4, Ctrl Reserves 2-3-4, lSciuad Leader 3ff5outhern Ohio Con- ference 3lg Girls' Clee Club Eg Mixed Chorus 2-3-fl, A Cappella Choir 3-4, Rhythm Club 25 Cam- era Club 33 Red Cross Club 45 Annual Staff lg Pirates Ot' Pei'- lzance 2, lf I Were Queen 3 BOTKIN, THELMA "Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low, an excelent thing in woman." Personality Club 25 Latin Club 3. BROERING, LAURA MAE "Always jolly and in the rush." Cr. A A l-2-3-el, lPing Pong Mgr, 2, Bowling Mgr. 33, Dra- matic Club 2, Girls' Discussion Group gl Beta Club, Annual Staff 4, BUBENHOFER, HELEN LOUISE "Ever In motion, Blithesome and cheery." Ctrl Reserves l-2-3--lg C A A l-2-3-Ll, Bowling l-lonor Team 4, Dramatic Club 25 Crrls' Drs- cussion Croup 31 A Capella Choir 4, Annual Slalt 4, "Vxfhal a Life" BURRIS. F. A. IR. - "Arch" "Dance, laugh ancl be merry," Pinaforeg Pirates ot Penzance, lf l Were Queeng Athletic Club l-2, Football lg lnlramural Bas- ketball l-2, Stage Mgr. l-2-3-l. BISHOP, CLYDE "l3ish" "The monuments of wit survive the monuments of power." Football l-3, Intramural Basket- ball Champs 35 Colt 2-41 "N" Club -lg lr, Personality Club 3 lPresudentt, Hi-Y -l, Athletic Club lg Track 4. BRAUNTZ, HELEN MARIE "Gentle of speech, Beneficient of mind." Ctrl Reserves l-Z-3-4, Person- ality Club 2, C A A. 2, Knit- ting Club 35 Red Cross Club 41 Annual Stall -l. BROWN, MYRTLE LOUISE "Duchess" "She was a phantom of delight." C A A l-2-3-sl, l-lonor Basket- ball Team l, Dramatic Club 3-43 Colt 45 Personality Club 23 Rhythm Club 2-3, Annual Staff lg Cirl Reserves l, "New Fires." BURNS, ROBERT WILLIAM "Bob" "lrlis onfy fault is that he has none" Football 2-3-4, Track 3--lg "N" Club 4, Athletic Club 2-3-4, Secretary 31 Red Cross Club -l, lnlramural Basketball l-2-3- 4 CHALK, RUTH NAOMI "Ruthie" t'Hei smile is like the sunshine after the rain." Personality Club 2, Red Cross Club 35 Cirl Reserves 2-3-4, 'Ring Cirl 3l, C, A. A. l-2-3--43 Beta Club lSecy lg Annual Staff 'l CHALK, TH ELMA IEAN "Chalkre" "Lightly tripped a dainty maid. ln her eyes the smile of lune, On her lips a merry tune." Ciirls' Personalrty Club 2g Cam- era Club 35 Dramatic Club elg C. A. A l-23 Curl Reserves l- 2-3-Jg Mixed Chorus l-2-3--l, A Capella Choir 2-3--lg Girls C-lee Club 25 Pirates of Pen- :anceg It l Were Queeng An- nual Stall el. CITRON, MERIAM A. "lvlisha" l'Her golden hatr is her crown- ing glory," C, A A l-2g Rhvthm Club 2-3' Current Events Club 41 lSecy 4lgNewporter l-2g Beta Clubg Annual Staff 4 CONLEY, KENNETH "Kenny" "XVork first, then rest." Cynthiana High l-2. CONWAY, WARREN "l-lumor is the harmony of heart." Football l-2-3g Tennis l-25 Colt Club l-2-3-4. DAMERON, IEAN "She was full of amiable grace, Kindliness lingered upon her face." C A. A. lg Ctrl Reserves 2-3g Personality Club 23 Red Cross Club 3g lvlikadog l-l. lvl. S. Pina- toreg Pirates ot Penzanceg It l XrVere Queeng Mixed Chorus l- 2-3g A Cappella Choir 2-3g Cirls' Cnlee Club 2. CHILIA, RALPH "Pee XNee" "A fellow pt mark and likeli- hood." Athletic Club 4g Hi-Y 4 CLAYBON, IEANETTE "Penny" "Deep brown eyes running over with glee, Bonnie brown eyes are the eyes for me " C A. A. l-2g Girl Reservesg Personality Club 25 Girls' Dis- cussion Creup Sp Current Events Club 'lg Beta Clubg Annual Stall elg "What a Lite." CON NOR, IAMES ..I,mn "The only way to have friends is to be one." Athletic Club S-lg lVice Pres. -il, lr Red Cross Club 43 Nice Pres. -li "N" Club -lg Basketball i-2-3--lg Class President llg Vice Pres. 3. COTTINCHAM, ANNA MAE "Ann" l'She is pretty to walk with, And witty to tally with, And pleasant, too, to think on." Mixed Chorus 2-3-Llp A Cappel- la Choir Z-3g Pirates of Pen- :anceg lf I Were Queeng Knit- ting Club 2g Rhythm Club 35 Red Cross Club 3-4g lTreas, 3l C A A lg Commercial Club -lg "What a l.ite"g Flag Team el DEBES, CHARLES "I believe that my body was made for act'on " Football l-2-3-'lg Athletic Club 2-3g 'ANN Club 3--lg iSecy. G Treas. -ll Ky. All-Star Football Team 4. DEHOF, FRANK C. "Pres" "Rare comoound of oddity. frolic and lun, Who relished a joke and reioiced in a pun," North College Hill l-li l-25 lvlix- ed Chorus 3-4g It l Were Queeng A Cappella Choir 3--lg Track Team 3-4g I-li-Y 3-4g lPres 'ill Rifle Club elg lRifle Team 4l Annual Staff 4. DRIVER. WILLIAM "Truck" "A sound mind in a sound body" Football l-25 Basketball I-Z3 ln- trarnural Basketball l-2g Hi-Y 3- 45 Rifle Club il ERTEL, VERA MAE "The fairest garden in her looks. And in her mind the wisest DOQIQSH C A A. I-2-3--lg Girl Reserves lg Personality Club Z1 Cirls' Dis- cussion Group 3g Beta Clubg Annual Staff 4, FEISTNER, SELMA MAE "A happy soul that all the wav. To heaven hath a summers day " Personality Club 21 Red Cross Club 3 tSecy. 3lg Ctrl Reserves 2-3--4 lRing Ctrl 3lg C. A, A. l-2-3-43 lvlixed Chorus 25 An- nual Staff 4, FRISCHHOLZ, EARL "The first years of man must make provision for the last," Personality 2g Mixed Chorus 35 Camera Club 32 Rifle Clubl Rifle Team -lg "Vv'hat a Lite" DITTUS, GEORGE "For true he is as lic hath proved himself." Hi-Y 3g "N" Club 35 Basket- ball 3---lg Athletic Club -lg "N" Club sl tear EMERSON, RUTH ..Emy.. "She that was ever fairy and never proud. I-lad tongue at will and yet was never loud" Newporter 3--l 'Co-Editor Allg C. A. A. I-2-3-flg lSeCy. -Il lvlixed Chorus 2-3--lg A Capnel- la Choir 3-flp Girls' Cilee Club 23 li l Xltfere Queeng Cheerleader 3--lg Dramatic Club 2-3--lg lTreas 3, Vice Pres. -ll "Growing Painsf' 'tThree's a Crowdf' 'Bargains in Cathay" 'Contest Plavl3 Ctrl Reserves l-2-3---l, iRing Ciirl 2g Secv 3g Pres -ilg Annual Statfg Beta Club Nice Presl lBela Club Convention -ll 'Vxfhat a Life" FARRAR. DOROTHY ELIZABETH "Dot" "l-low much to be prized and esteemed is a friend, On whom we can always with safety de- bend." Ciirl Reserves lg Personality Club 2-3g Rhythm Club -lg Red Cross Club --lg Nevvporter 45 Annual Statt -l. FISCHER, GLORIA "Clow" "A winning smile and a pleas- ing way has this lass the live- long day." lvlixed Chorus 2-3, A Cappella Choir 2-3--lg Orchestra 3-42 Girls' Clee Club 23 Flag Team -rl, Dramatic Club 2-3-43 lVtce Pres 33 Secy. at 'Crovving Pains" 25 "Bargains in Cathay 4 tContest Plavl, Ctrl Reserves I- 2-3-ll Nice Pres. 22 Ring C-irl 2g Squad Leader -'Ili UPIVHYGS Ol Penganceug "lf l Vxfere Queenug Annual Stall 3-'l lFC?ill1I'E Edl- tur alg Beta Clubg "What a Lifeug Contest Representative lPranol 2. CALVIN, THOMAS "Tom" "l believe that in the end truth will conquer." GARRETT, RUBY MAE "individuality is humanity, is lite," G A, A I-2-3--I lSwimming Mgr. 25 Skating Mgr 35 Kick- ball Mgr. 45 Girls' Double Aerial Dart Champ 45 Honor Bowling Team 4lg Girl Reserves l-2-3-4 lRing Girl 25 Squad Leader 32 Vice Pres el" lr. Red Cross Club 3, 4 lPres 3, Pres. of Red Cross Council5 Delegate to Washingtonlg Personality Club 25 Annual Staff 45 Newporter 2-3-4 i'Business Mgr M5 Class Secretary 3-45 "Vv'hat a Life" GIBSON, IRENE "Tubby" 'llvlusic is the thing of the world l love best." Persona'ity Club 25 Girls' Dis- cussion Group 35 Pen Pals Club 45 Mixed Chorus 3-4 COLD. WILLIAM "Bill' "A clark-haired pleasant fellow, Whos always making friends" Latin 3-4 lVice Pres All GRAVES, IAMES "Able" "The unsooken word never does harm " Football I-2-3-45 Basketball I- 2-35 Athletic Club 25 Personal- ity Club 3 Nice Pres 3lg "N" Club 3-'lg Intramural Basketball I-2. CREENHOLZ, DONALD E. "Trig" "lt is good to be merry and wise" Track 25 Hi-Y 25 Golf Club 25 Camera Club 3--l Nice Pres. -ll5 Annual Staff -I lBusineSs lv1gr.i5 Newporter 2-3-45 Beta Club lPres.5 State Pres lg Chem Lab. Asst. -I5 "What a Lite" GAUPEL, RUTH WHILEMINIA "Ruthie" "The all-in-all in life-content," Girl Reserves I-2-3-45 G. A. A I-2-3-45 Newoorter 45 Annual Staff slg Commercial Club 35 Mixed Chorus l-2-3-43 Girls' Glee Club 25 Vocal Class 45 Knitting Club 25 l-l. M. S. Pina- tore5 Pirates ot Penzance5 ll l Vifere Queen5 A Cappella Choir 2-3--I5 "Vv'hat a Life" GILDEA, CATHERINE "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." G. A. A. l5 Mixed Chorus 25 Red Cross Club 3-45 Rhythm Club 2-45 Annual Staff GOODWIN, IACK "Goody" "A merry heart maketh a cheer- tul countenance." Football l-2-3-45 "N" Club -I5 Athletic Club 25 l-li-Y 2-3-45 lVice Pres -llg Newporter -I5 Red Cross Club 4 GRAY, ELEANOR "Laughing, talking, never still. Ever bubbling like a rill lvlixed Chorus I5 Personality Club 21 Girls' Discussion Group 35 Girl Reserves I-2-3-4, lRing Girl 35 Squad Leader 3-rllg G. A. A, l-2-3--I lPaddle Tennis Mgr, -ll5 Newporter l-2-3-45 Red Cross Club 4, HAINES, WILLIAM "Irish" "Live truly and thy lite shall be, A great and noble creed." Football l-2-3--lg Basketball elg lntrarnural Basketball l-25 "N" Club 45 Athletic Club 2-45 Lat- in Club 35 lr, Red Cross Club -l5 Newoorter 43 Track 45 Or- chestra 3 HEINLEIN, LEROY 'Better than gold is a thinking mind" Latin Club flg Current Events 4 Nice Pres 4l HESSER, RUTH NAOMI "Music is well said to be the speech ot angels" Girl Reserves l-2-3-elg lRing Girl 23 Squad Leader 33 Secy. --ll G. A. A. l-2-3g Personality Club 23 Girls' Discussions Group 33 Red Cross Club 'lg Newporter -l lEditor -llg Annual Staff ilg Mixed Chorus l-2-3-41 A Cap- pella Choir 2-3-4g Girls' Glee Club 2g Vocal Class -lg l-l M S. Pinatoreg Pirates ot Penzanceg lf l Were Queen, "What a Life"g Flag Team HOLLOWELL, CARROL "Holly" 'And cer fellow." Athletic Club 21 Hi-Y 3--lg Rifle Club lSecy. 4l. tainly he is a good HORN, CLARABEL "Kind hearts are more than coronetsf' Personality Club l-21 G A A l-25 Knitting Club 3, Rhythm Club ll, HUCK, EDWARD "Henk" "A man ot wit and humor." Football 3--lg Golf Club elg "N" Club 41 Athl ic Club 3-4 mtl HENNEQUIN, LORRAINE "l-lennie" "Love, sweetness, and goodness in her person shined." Girl Reserves 3-elg Dramatic Club 35 Girls Discussion Group 3. HIMES, DOROTHY "Dot" "Mode-sty is a diamond setting to a female beauty" G, A A 23 Girl Reserves 2g Personality 2g Rhythm Club 4 HOPKINS, ALMA LOUISE "Sloppy" "A smile for a'l, a greeting glad, A jolly amiable way she had," Rhythm Club 25 G A, A. lsZ-43 Red Cross Club 4g Girl Reserves -lg lr Personality Club 3. HUB. ALICE "lean" "Let us be up and doing, with a heart for any faith." Ci, A, A. lg Personality Club 2g Knitting Club 3g Rhythm Club 4 HUFF, NATHANIEL "Nat" "His thought is often original." Mikado, Pinafore, Pirates of Penzanceg lt I Were Queeng Boys Glee Club 2g Mixed Chor' us l-2-3-41 A Cappella Choir 2- 3-rl, Band l-2-3-4g Dramatic Club 3-45 Athletic Club 43 Personality Club 2. HUGHES, IEAN "Giggles" "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Rhythm Club 23 Dramatic Club 31 Red Cross Club 43 Ctrl Re- serves l-2-3--lg llling Ciirl 33 Treas. 4lg Orchestra l-2-3-43 A Cappella Choir 2-3--lg Mixed Chorus 2-3--lg Annual Staff 43 Flag Team -lg C A A. l-2-3-4g Pirates ot Penzance: It I Vxfere QLIGGITQ "What a Litefi IAKOB, ROBERT "Bob" "l know. therefore I am." KAEFF, ROBERT "Bob" 'AAs proper a man as one shall see." Band I-2-3--I3 Orchestra 4. KARN, MARGARET "Marge" "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart," Personality Club Z3 Knitting Club 33 Rhythm Club 4. KILMER, FRED "Fritz" 'Ceniality is the toot of suc- cess." Camera Club 2-33 Current Events Club 43 Travel Club 4 IAKOB, EVELYN "A light heart lives 'ongf' C.. A. A l-2-31 Mixed Chorus 33 A Cappella Choir 35 Camera Club 3-43 "lf l Were Queen." IONES, WILLIAM "Dagwood" "Sparkling and witty, bubbling full of friendliness," Ciolf Club 25 Personality Club 33 Dramatic Club 43 Band I-2- 3-45 Orchestra 2-43 Mixed Chor- us 2-3--'I3 A Cappella Choir 3- -l3 Pinaforeg Pirates of Penzancei If I Were QUEEN: Annual Statt -lg "New Fires." KALTENBACK, DONALD "Don" "An honest man is the noblest work of Intramural Basketball I-23 Ath- letic Club 2-33 l-li-Y 4, KELLY, MARY IANE "A loving heart is truest wis- ClOin." Academy Notre Dame ot Provi- dence l-23 Rhythm Club 4. KINSELLA, WILLIAM "Bill" "Peo and action here persona- tied," Football I-2-3-43 "N" Club 2- 3-43 Newporter 2-31 Mixed Chorus 3-43 Colt Club 4. i l KNARR, EDWARD "Corky" "Describe him who can, An abrldgement of all that was pleasant in man." Colt Club -I, "N" Club 4, Bas- ketball I-2-3-lg Track lg ln- tramural Basketball l-2 KRUSE, LUCILLE "My tongue within my lips l rctgn, For who taks much, must talk in vain Rhythm Club 2-3-4, Commercial Club 4. LAMBERT, LILA 4'Short and sweet, But mighty hard to beat." Personality Club 25 Personality Club 2, 3, Current Events -lg Beta Club. LUCAS. ANNA MARIE "Ann" "She is quiet and small And friendly to aIl" Cr, A. A, l'2g Rhy'hm Club 2- -lg Personality' C'ub 35 Red Cross Club -4. MARSHALL, ROBERT "Bob" "From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth." Athletic Club I-2, Football 3- -lg Basketball 33 Red Cross Ll lConventicn Delegate ell, Class Treasurer rlg "What a Lite" KRAMER, WILLIAM, IR. "Bill" 'll-le is so full of pleasing anec- dote, So rich, so gay, so poignant in his wit," Football 3-'lg Athletic Cluh 2, l-li-Y 3, "N" Club -l, KUMMING, RUTH DORIS "Caryl" 'Coodly adorned and exceeding- ly fair." Mixed Chorus lg Mikado, Rhye thm Club 3, Dramattc Club 2-3. LANGENBUSHER, ROBERT "Bob" "High erected thoughts sealed in the heart ot courtesy." Rttle Club ll. MACKE, IERRY "Moo-top" "Speech is great, but silence as greater." Beta Club, Annual Staff 4. MASON, ROBERT E. "Bob" "A likeable fellow, one whc will succeed." Athletic Club 2, Personality Club 3, Latin Club el MATZNER, EVELYN ..EV., "Gracious in manner." Rhythm Club 2-3-43 Red Cross Club 43 Annual Staff 4. McCANN, ARTHUR "Sack" "Tis not in mortals to command success, But he'fl do moreehell deserve it." Southgate High lg Basketball l3 l-li-Y 33 Football 23 Golf Club 2 MESSMER, HAROLD "Mess" "And certainly he was a good fellow." Hi-Y 2-3-4 fDe-legate to North- ern Ky l-li-Y Conference 33 Hi- Y Council Rermlg Travel Club MOOAR, BETTY IANE "Gus" "Blue were her eyes like fairy flax, l-ler cheeks like the dawn of day. G, A A l-2-33 Personality Club 23 Golf Club 33 Beta Club MURRAY, VIRGINIA E. "Ginny" "Capable, dependable, friendly- What more can we say." G. A. A. l-23 Girl Reserves l-2- 3-4 lRing Girl 33 Squad Leader 3-4l3 Personality Club 23 Mixed Chorus 2-33 Girl's Glee Club 23 Golf Club 3-43 Newporter -lg Annual Staff 43 Pirates of Pen- zance3 It I Were Queen McANDREW, CLAIR "Mac" 'Ceniality is the foot of suc- cess" , Rifle Club ll, lQuartermasterl. McHENRY, ROBERT "Mac" "Amiable and willing, sharp and clever." Dramatic Cub 2-33 l-li-Y 43 An- nual Staff 4. MITCHEL, MARY LU "Mitch" 'The very room 'cause she was in, Was bright from floor to ceilin '." Personality Club 23 Girls Glee Club 23 Girl Reserves 33 Golf Club 3--13 Anual Staff -l MORGAN, DOROTHY "Dot" Ml desire no future that wil' break the ties of the past " Personality Club 23 Dramatic Club 33 Rhythm Club 43 Beta Club. MUSSMAN, IAMES "Muss" "lndustry need not wish" Athletic Club 2-33 Track l-2-3- -lg Football l-23 Newporter -lg Beta Club. OGDEN, RUTH WINIFRED "Ruthie" "She doeth little kindnesses, Which most leave undone or de- spisef' Rhythm Club Zg Knitting Club 3g Girl Reserves 3--lg Red Cross Club -lg Annual Staff -l OTTINC, RUTH IANET "Shes likes a good time and shes a lovable lass, And we're all of us glad she's one of our class." C-, A. A. l-2-3-4 lBicyCle Mgr. 2-3g Treas. -llg Girl Reserves 32 Nevvporter 3g Rhythm Club 2g GirI's Discussion Group 31 lTre-as 3lg Dramatic Cluh -lg Beta Clubg Annual Staff -lg "New Fires " PELTON, IEAN l'Cracl4er" "An equal mixture of good hu- mor. and a friend of all." Highland High lg john Marshall High, Richmond, Va. 2g G A. A. 3--lg Personality Club 33 Dra- matic Club 31 Girl Reserves 3, Commercial Club fl PLAGA, RUTH "Pete" "True modesty is a discussing grace' G. A. A. l-2-3--lg Personality Club 2g Knitting Club 3g Pep Club 4 lAsst. Secylg Beta Clubg Annual Staff RACKE, WALTER "Walt" "Of quiet nature" Band l-2-3--lg A Capoella Choir 2-3--lg Orchestra l-2-3g Boys Glee Club 2g Mixed Chorus l-2- 3-4g Pinaforeg Pirates of Peri- :anceg lf l Nllere Queeng Hi-Y' 2--l lCouncil Representative -llg Camera Club 2-3g Travel Club 4 ORMES, GLENN "Spark" "He does well who does his best." Football lg Boy's Glee Club 2g Mixed Chorus 2-3-4g A Cap- pella Choir 2-3--lg Golf Club 3- 4g tfGo'f Team -lg Capt. 4lg Dramatic Club 2-3-lg Pep Club lPres 4lg Cheerleader 4g Writ- er's Club 4g Pirates of Penzanceg lf l Were Queen lPrinciplelg "What A Life" OWEN. ERNEST 'lErnie" "All true manliness grows around a core of happiness." Track l-2-3--lg Newporter 4g Red Cross Club -lg Annual Staff -lg "Vxfhat A Life" PELZER, IEAN ELLEN "Sweet and gracious toward all." G A. A. l-2-3--lg Girl Reserves 3g Dramatic Club 3g Rhythm Club 3g Personaity Club 2g Golf Club 4g Newiorter 4 POLLOCK, BETTY IANE "She was a phantom of delight." Southgate High lg Rhythm Club 2g Dramatic Club 35 Golf Club 43 Girl Reserves 2-3g G. A. A. 2-3--lg Annual Staff 4. RANKIN, IOHN "lohnny" "A g Sport, a trusty friend." HisYl Red Cross Club -'lg Ath- letic 2g Craft Club 3g ln- tr asketball l WPA RELLY, HELEN CHARLENE "Andy" "lt is tranquil people who ac- complish much." Commercial Club 4 RIEHEMANN, WILBERT "Will -V "A good laugh is Sunshine in the house." Athletic Club 23 lr, Personality Club 3, lr Red Cross Club fl. ROOT, BAILY "Bail" "A gentleman makes no noise." Dramatic Club 3g Newporter 2- 33 Mixed Chorus 35 l-li-Y -lg Annual Staff 4. SAUER, ESTHER LEE "l-ler eyes were like nt rrors re- flecting a'l her thoughts" C A A, l-2-3-43 Newporter 2- 3-4g Dramatic Club 2-3-43 Colf Club -lg Annual Staff 4 lCircu- lation Mgrl "New Fires" "Red Carnationsng "Three's A Crowdug "Bargains ln Cathaywg l'Crowirtg Pains." SCHROEDER, WILLIAM BEN -.Benn "Men of few words are the best men " Dramatic Club 2-3-41 lvlixed Chorus 2-3-45 A Cappella Choir 2-3-43 Hi-Y -lg "Pirates of Pen- zanceng "lf I were Queen" lPrinciplel RIEFLE, FRANK I. "Small men are mighty men." Athletic Club 2g Personality Club -lg Golf Club lg Hi-Y il. ROBERTSON, PAUL "lake" "Variety is the mother of enioy- ment." Aviation Club 2g Craft Club 3g Rifle Club fl. SARGENT, HORACE "Butch" "l-lis mznd is his kingdom, his will his law." Intramural Basketball l-23 Track I-elg Athletic Club 25 Colt Club 3 lTreas 3lg Football 2-41 Hi- Y -lg Rifle Club 4 lPres lg lRille Teamlg Annual Staff SAWYER, ORVAL "Tom" "A merry heart makes a cheer- ful countenance," Personality Club 33 Hi-Y 4g ln- tramural Basketball l-2g Annual Staff 4 lAdvertising Mgr, i. SCHWARBERC, EVELYN "Daisy Mae" "Nothing endures like personal qualities." Southgate High lg Girl Reserves l-35 Personality Club 25 C. A A, 2-3--l lPres 4g l-lonor Volley- ball Team 3-45 Honor Basket- ball 3--llg lvlixed Chorus 2-33 Camera Club 33 Rhythm Club 45 Colt Club elg A Cappella Chnir 4g Ulf l Vv'ere Queen." SCHWED, MARY CATHERINE 'Caretree and trienclly all the way." C, A, A, I-2-3-43 CAerial Dart Mgr. 33 Aerial Dart Doubles Champ 43 Vice President 43 Basketball Honor Team 2-33 Vol- leyball Honor Team 3-4, Bowl- ing Honor Team 3-ftlg Ctrl Re- serves I-2, Newnorter 2-3--I iBusiness Mgr, 33 News Editor -l3 Convention Delegate 3-LIIQ Dramatic Club Q-3-rl, Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Class Vice Pres fl3 Annual Staff -I tEditor- in-Chieflg "What A l.ife"3 Cheerleader 3--I3 Beta Club SHRIVER, WYNNE "Pleasure and action make the hours seem short." Football I-2--3-43 lCo-Capt. AIJ3 "N" Club 3-43 Nice Pres. -ll, Athletic Club 3 lVice Pres 313 Mixed Chorus 3--l. SMART, WARREN TAYLOR "He'll tind a way." Athletic Club 2-3--I. SMITH, IAMES "Smitty" 'il-lis limbs were cast in manly mold, For hardy sport, or contest bold." McKinley l-lrgh iColumbus, Ohio ll, HugheS High 23 Football 3- -I3 'Captain 4, Ky All-Star Foot- ball Team -lt "N" Club 3-el iPres,1ll3 I-li-Y 33 Colt Club 43 A Cappella Choir 3--ly Mixed Chorus 3--lg It l Were Queen lPrincinlel3 Annual Staff 4l3 "X'Vhat A Life." STERR, GLADYS "And all her looks a calm dis- closed, Ot innocence and truth." Personality Club 2-33 Beta Club SHEANSHANG, CALVIN "Irish" "ln basketball this lad excels." Personality Club 33 MN" 3-43 Basketball I-?-3-43 Track 33 In- tramural Basketball I-Q2 SICKMIER, RUTH "Virtue is bold and goodness never tearful." G. A. A. I-2-3-43 Girl Reserves l-2-3--I3 Personality Club 2, Dramatic Club gl Beta Club SMITH, EMMETT "Rabbit" "Thou'rt such a pleasant fel- low" Personality Club 2-33 Rifle Club 43 Current Events Club -I3 Mix- ed Chorus 33 Track 3. SPRONK, ROBERT LEE "Bob" "A youth of frolics" Mixed Chorus 2-3-'LIL A Cappe'- la Choir 33 Personality Club 33 Camera Club 43 Pirates of Pen- 2ance3 lt I Were Queen STRAUS. STANLEY R. Stan" A'Stature is an asset to any man' Athletic Club 23 Craft Club 3, Red Cross Club 43 Hi-Y -I3 ln- tramural Basketball I-2: l-li-Y Basketball 43 Annual Staff 4 "What a l.ife"3 Beta Club I STREINE, ELEANOR "Snooks" "Her eyes that dance with rou- g'sh glee, So full of tun and lollityf' C A A. l-23 Personality Club QQ C.irl's Discussion Crroup 31 Beta Clubg Annual Stattg School Bookkeeper 4. SWAINSON, ROSE MARIE 'lplnkyn "l-ter presence lends its warmth and health, To all who come be- tore it." C A A Ig Rhythm Club 23 Girls Discussion -lg Beta Clubg School Bookkeeper 4. TEISMAN. IEAN i'Shorty" "lt was her continuous sweet- ness which with ease pleased all around it" C. A. A lg Rhythrn Club Ig Cirlis Discussion Group 3 THOMAS, LOUELLA RUTH "Teach us halt the gladness That thy brain must know " Mixed Chorus I-2-3-4g A Cap- pella Choir 2-3--lg Cirl Reserves 3--lg Dramatic Cub 33 Knit- ting Club 25 Pinatoreg Pirates ot Penzanceg lt I Were Queeng Beta Club. THORNBERRY, HAROLD "Rough House" "He is friendly toward all " Hi-Y l-23 UN" Club 3--l3 Foot- ball 3-4. STYLES, EARL "Bim" "A busy man who takes his task to heart, Prepared in everything to do his part." Mixed Chorus lg H. M. S Pina- foreg Coll Club 2g Hi-Y 2-3-4g lSecy. ell Newporter 3--Ig Dra- matic Club 41 Annual Staff 4g Beta C'ubg tTreas.l "New Fires." SWOPE, HOWARD A. "Fritz" "For every why he has a where- tore." Football I-2-35 Hi-Y 25 Ath- letic Club 25 Personality Club 31 Library Staff 4 lPreS. 431 Red Cross Club -lg Newporter 4g Annual Staff 4 TEMPLETON, WILLIAM "Temp" "Courage, my boy, the blush is the complexion ot virtue" I-li-Y 2-3-4 lTreas. 473 Athletic Club 21 "N" Club 3-45 Football I-2-3-45 Track I THORN, HARRY "Ever he was glad and blithef' Basketball I-2g Intramural Bas- ketball I-2g Athletic Club 2g Personality Club gl Hi-Y 4, Rifle Club 45 Annual Staff 4 THRASHER, AUDREY "Soft speech is ever a blessing " C. A. A. I-23 Cirl Reserves I-2g Personality Club 2g Latin Club 3-43 lPres. 4l Mixed Chorus I- 2g Commercial Club 43 Office Asst. 4g "What a Lite" TIPPENHAUER, EDWARD ..TiDp,. "A merry heart goes all the clay." Band l-2-3-41 Orchestra l-2-3- 43 Choir 2,3-elg Mixed Chorus 2-3g l3oy's Glee Club 2g Pina- lcreg Pirates ot Penzanceg lt l Were Queeng Personality Club 25 Dramatic Club 3-43 Atlfetic Club 43 Annual Staff -l VOLKMAR, BETTY IEAN "She is calm because she is mistress of her subiectg Tis the secret ot her self-possession" C. A. A. lg Knitting Club 2, Commercial Club 3 WEBER, ELMER "Web" "No one knows what he can do until he tries." Intramural Basketball lg l-li-Y -lg C-olt Club 343 Beta Club. WICKELHAUS, EDWARD aid.. "A mind content both crown and kingdom is" I WIENTIES, WILLI 'NVinch" "l am cont ecause l am happy." lr. Persona' -. lub 33 Athletic Clu atjlg Track 3--l , xv! i ... ,,,,,. . TRAME, HARRY "Bud" "Always active every step, Full of liveliness and pep." l-li-Y l-3g Athletic Club 25 Cur- rent Events C'ub 4g C-olf Club 4. VOLKMAR, IAMES uhm., "loy is the main spring in the whole ot natures calm rotation" Personality Club 3g Camera Club 4. WELLS. WILLIAM "Babe" "For he's a iolly good fellow." Football 2g Personality Club 33 lSecy. 3l Athletic Cub 25 Red Cross Club 45 l-li-Y 4 WIENTIES, WALTER "Winch" "A friend in need, is a friend indeed." Athletic Club 43 Hi-Y 43 Per- sonality Club 3. fi fhfwl We S, WILLIAM S, EVELYN EDNA ..EV.. "And all her looks a calm dis- closed, Of innocence and truth." Personality Club 25 Dramatic Club 35 Rhythm Club 4. f rfllt WILLIAMS. RICHARD "Deacon" "The greater greater courtesy." Southgate High 2-33 Newporter 3-Hlg Annual Staffg Lab. Asst. ZIECLER, DONALD I. i'Little Zig" "Strive for the are sure to succeed" Southgate High Club 23 Ciolf Club 31 Coach's Stenographer fl. 28 the man the lg Golf Club WILSON, WILLIAM "Bill" "A handful of comman sense is worth a bushel of learn:ng." Track 3-'lg Athletic Club Jl. best and you lg Dramric ZIEGLER, IEAN "Jeanie" "For she hath charm and grace With wilingness to aid others," Knitting Club 25 Cirl's Discus- sion Croup 3g Pen Club 4g Beta Clubg Annual Staff 'lg C A, A I-2-3-ll. CRAIG. HAZEL ELIZABETH "l-laz" "She is good who is happy," Personality Club 2-33 Mixed Chorus l-2-3-43 Pirates of Pen- zanceg lf I Were Queeng Rhy- thm Club 4g Annual Staff 4. FLOWER Ameracan Beauty Rose MOTTO l'We shall not drop our anchors here, but sail on to greater ports " POEM Four years ago the Freshman crew Directed by officers tried and true I-laying boarded the S S, Newport Set sail from the near-by seaport. With anchors aweigh winds bilowing bright We met each task with cheerful might Though many friends were left behind We met new ones who were just as kind ln the first and second lapse of years We were dismayed by doubts and fears And clouds oft filled us with d.smay But stars soon led us on our way So year by year the friendship grew Between the officers and crew With a ready mind and a cheerful heart We thank the ones who gave us a start. And now that the voyage end's in view Well not say good-bye to the rest of the crew Toward the self-same goal we'lI together climb And meet again at some destined time, So let us wish to the following crew A Bon Voyage and a fond adieu May you have fair winds and Ciod each one bless As you travel along to the Port of Success. --iEAN Hucuss, ON TOP DECK james Connor Wynne Shriver William jones Earl Styles Robert Burns William Kramer William Templeton james Connor Earl Frischholz Warren Conway Glenn Ormes Donald Greenholz Robert Marshall Arthur McCann William Wells William Templeton james Smith Thomas Galvin james Connor jerry Macke Robert Marshall james Smith Howard Svvope Donald Greenholz james Connor Henry Bartel William jones jack Michael MOST POPULAR BEST LOOKING MOST MUSICAL CUTEST CUTEST COUPLE BIGGEST BLUFFER HAPPIEST MOST SOCIABLE BEST DRESSED BEST DANCER BEST ACTOReACTRESS BEST STUDENT MOST OPTlMlSTlC MOST PESSIMISTIC NOISIEST GIGGLIEST MOST ORIGINAL MOST DIGNIFIED BEST DlSPOSlTlON OUlETEST WITTIEST BEST ATHLETE GABBIEST MOST AMBITIOUS BEST PERSONALITY MOST Wl LLING WORKER CLASS PEST MOST POPULAR UNDERGRAD Mary Catherine Schwed Ruth Ottmg Gloria Fischer Ruth Otting Betty Pollock Anna Mae Cottingham Laura Mae Broering Ruby Garrett Ruth Kumming Ruth Kumming Esther Lee Sauer Ruth Plaga Betty Mooar Helen Bubenhofer Ruth Chalk jean Hughes Mary Catherine Schwed Esther Lee Sauer Vera Mae Ertel Helen Relly Mary Catherine Schwed Evelyn Schvvarberg Eleanor Gray Ruth Emerson Ruth Otting Gloria Fischer Betty Barbee Margie Little ,X jx fx IL yy Jgfx Jxjzx lk yy Jgfx fy xg STOPS BETWEEN "PORT OCTOBER" TO "PORT JUNE" October 5, the Seniors shoved off into the social straits in their first activity of the year, a dance called the "Initiation Dance" at which the Senior officers were installed. Everyone, even the four victims, enjoyed the evenings fun. Blindfolded and barefooted, the officers were led over a path of peanut hulls to a platform to receive a kiss. When they discovered the osculation hadn't been bestowed by a member of the opposite sex, the two boys' blushes disappeared and the two girlse well, they weren't exactly pleased or were they? October l3 was one of those afternoons every freshman, with a dime, welcomes Why? A ticket to the movie sponsored by the Senior class at the Strand Theater was a passport from the miserable state of seventh bell. The "mushy love" feature was followed by a "hair-raising" western. Willy Wells started a feud when he rose up in his chair during the western thriller and told the sheriff where the bandit was hiding. Some students, especially the underclassmen, maintain this act was a heroic deed, while others still call him a "snichcat." Who cares anyway, for Buck jones always wins. . October 30, the shipmates flagged Billy Bryant's Show Boat on the "Ole Ohio" and boarded to see "Agnes, the Switchman's Daughter." We went with the expecta- tion of hearing some old "corn" and were obliged "la Bryant." What "crossed" the whole show was our "pulling" some older jokes than they did! November l7, we put into port for a skating party at the Ft. Thomas Roller Rink. That, indeed, was a night of good natured struggles, We don't mean to say that all were "oops-ouch" skaters, some of our shipmates looked very graceful. The highlight of the evening was Mr. Albertson's waiting half an hour for one of the red ceiling lights to turn green. A December 26, the holiday shoreleave featured the Christmas Dance. The decorators sprinkled a little mistletoe, and did anyone take advantage of the situation? Does anyone know the answer? The answer is ...,......... .......,., l March l was a gay "get-together" at the Seniors' spring dance. Since the eve- ning was warrn, everyone donned a colorful spring outfit and swaggered with a "blossom and breezes" air, From the far-away romantic look in several couples eyes, Mister Spring is still doing "you-know-what," Shame on you! March 7 saw an event surpassing, if possible, all other Senior activities. A group of Seniors took a C-reyhound bus trip to Frankfort, Kentucky. The many historical and governmental places visited were interesting, but the songs, laughter, jokes, and happy happenings enjoyed on the bus will be "history" for the Senior shipmates aboard. March 27, the crew trooped to the auditorium to see the presentation of Clifford Cioldsmith's "What A Life" starring Donald Bankemper as Henry Aldrich and Mary Catherine Schwed as Barbara Pearson. Compliments nearly drowned the cast but they rose safely to the surface beaming with pride, May 3, the S. S. Newport sailed south to Prom Port to be the guests of the junior class at the annual formal dance, Mary Catherine Schwed, queen of the fes- tivity, and her attendants, Ruth Otting and Myrtle Brown, led the grand march under the swaying beech trees surrounding the sleepy, romantic southern plantation. May 3l, the Seniors had their "last fling" on board the S. S. Newport, Caily we danced to the music of the Maestro. Well, it's farewell to all shipmates. The spirit of our friendships will live on forever. , june 2, the Senior class assembled for the Baccalaureate Service to receive advice for the future when they "paddle their own canoes." june 3, the gobs marched up to quarterdeck for their last recognition and inspec- tion on board. june 5, with four lor fivell well earned service stripes, the Senior crew was honorably discharged from duties on the S. S. Newport. . l I .. HCI CLASS SUNG HIP 'IE FRE ER Words and Music by Gloria Fischer aut gpg? will? Hiliflfdl I init: fr lg I f ev' iQ1i'ili JL A 't ' ' . E.. .2 if 'm?.,::n wif. ,TL Lt: ffaflaif lt MJT, 4 fa?-iU,.fk'i' time at npr it S tt Hilti t it 53 'Amiga E i it ti as iigrtign t i i SHlP'S IN Our time to dock is here at last We must give up our ship, And with it goes days now gone past- The end of a joyous trip! Our Captain and crew, with steady hand. l-lave crossed the course so short. All are safe, about to land, "All's well," the good report! We realize now the times we had, On the decks of Newport High, We realize now, how truly sad, It is to say good bye! The thrill and fun of "games on deck," The songs we used to sing, The laughs and jokes bythe "peck" That made the fo'castIe ring. But we must leave our ship so truei And forget the yesterday, We leave her tor another crew, To take her on her way, So here's Goodbye, to Newport l-ligh, The Ship, to us, so dear. The time has gone so swiftly by, That leave we must, but not, with tear! EBNLEY ROOT 31 LOG OF THE S. S. NEWPORT Final Entry As the S. S. Newport comes to graduation dock, my commission as captain expires. Before l haul down my flag to make way for the able Captain lvlichael, l would like to recognize the good services of all who have made the voyage a success, and make some recommendations for the new recruits. To our parents, those who have done more than anyone else in making our voyage a success, l express the deepest appreciation. l leave to Evelyn Bauer, Gloria Fischer's musical abilities. To Mary Ann Macke, l leave jerry Macke's scholastic standing in the ranks of the Senior Class. To Bill Harker, l leave Tommy Baltzer's ability to hurdle. To Bob Stapleton, l leave another year at "getting out" the Newporter. To Mr. Schell, l leave several girls to talk with during the sixth bell and several Styles and Greenholzs to heckle him. To Miss Harper, I wish all the luck possible in keeping Senior English work sheets from becoming mixed up in the wrong class groups. To Miss Schwarberg, l leave many gifted students to take the places of Esther Lee Sauer, Ruth Emerson, and Donald Bankem- per as stars in Dramatic Club productions. To Wilma Risch, Sylvia Greco, Ruth Ries, and Betty Mersman, l leave several boys to whom they can talk at lunch period. To Myrtle Payne, l leave the gulliblity of Laura Mae Broering, To Miss Werner, as a replacement for james Mussman, l leave some one who will not get excited during rush period at the ice cream booth. To the "ridgerunners" from Southgate, l leave a box at the school entrance to re- mind them to roll down their trouser cuffs and deposit all foreign soil outside the school. To Patsy "Love 'em and Leave 'em" Smith, l leave Helen Bubenhofer's ability to stick to one man. To Dick Kallage, l leave Howard A. Swope's gift of gab. To some hefty, intelligent, and ambitious underclassman, l leave Archie Burris' job as stage manager. To Helen and Bob lenkins, l leave the Wientjes boys' distinction of being the Senior "class twins." l leave the crimson countenance of "Blush- in' " Art McCann to "Bashful" lim Huskin- son. To the class of '4l, l leave another member of the Swope family. l9. To Marie Bocklage, l leave some "triple threat man" to take the place of Connor, Hickey, and Sheanshang. 20. To anyone with fifty cents or a pair of hair clippers, l leave "Tubby" Ternpleton's title of class "Burrhead." 2l. To lrvin Hinnau, l leave Billy jones' ability to"jitterbug." 22. To Mildred Warshofski, l leave lean Hughes' giggles. 23. Tip 'Bob Smith, l leave the wit of Bob Mar- s a l. 24. To Oscar Bartel, l leave Henry Bartel's job of continually selling tickets, advertisements, and emblems for school events. 25. To Bette Smith, l leave some one to take the place of Glenn Ormes in her conversa- tions at 8:04 A. M. 26. To Betty Stratton, l leave the coyness of Betty Barbee. 27. To Billy Krieger, l leave the irresistible shy- ness of "Able" Graves and lim Connor. 28. l leave "High Scorer" Dittus' place on the basketball team to lack Michael. 29. l leave Genevieve Marr's sweet disposition E0 take the place of that left by Vera Mae rte . 30. To Mary Helen Duffy, I leave Ruby Gar- retts' ability to be an officer in all the clubs to which she belongs. 3l. To Margie Little, I leave Ruth Otting's per- sonality. 32. To Virginia Bennett and "Red" Marshall, l leave the guns to continue the feud be- tween "Babe" Wells and Luella Thomas. 33. To janet Kurzynski and Billy Grimm, l leave the title left by Betty Pollock and Bob Burns, "our cutest couple." 34, To "Red" Robinson, I leave lim Smith's job as captain of the football team. These recognitions and recommendations have been made freely and in good faith in the pres- ence of the following witnesses: Brenda and Cobina Cleo, the Goldfish , Monstro, the Whale fSignedl CAPTAIN JAMES CONNOR Vvfritten by Earl Styles and Ruth Otting. UP THE LADDER AND DGWN AGAIN We sincerely hope that Donald C-reenholz will make as much progress outside of school as he has in Newport High lupl . . . jerry Macke may seem quiet and blush easily, but on the dance floor, he's a regular "jitterbug" ldownl . . . A salute from all shipmates to Mary Catherine Schwed and Gloria Fischer for their fine work in editing our annual lupl . . . We accept Stanley Straus's apologies for falling down the steps--since the law of gravity will take its course ldowni . . . Ruth Kumming has attained much recognition as a professional dancer and model. Let's hope her success will continue lupl , . . Art McCann deserves a red tin hat, since he has willingly given his services to the "Southgate Volunteer Fire Department" ldownl . . . Equal credit should go to Earl Frischholz and Bill Kramer as fashion plates of our Senior Class lupl . . We wonder if Rhett Butler gave our woman slayer, Howard Swope, the desire to cultivate a mustache. Howeve r, it was soon "Clone With the Wind" ldownl . , . Ruth Emerson should be given much praise for her ability in public speaking lupl . . . Harry Thorn seems to enjoy teasing Rose Swainson in English Class, which fact Miss Harper does not appreciate ldownl . , . In December, Newport had the honor of sending Charles Debes and james Smith to Lex- ington to play on the All-Star Football Team of Kentucky lupl . . . Donald Ziegler's long hope has been accomplished at last. Yes, he will graduate in june ldownl , . , Edward Knarr may seem rather short, but on the basketball team he receives top honors lupl . . . Walter Racke will no longer have to carry his old tin lunch box to school, because he will get a new one for college ldownl . . . Bob Mar- shall's sunny smile and friendliness are qualities that his Shipmates of l94D will always remember lupl . . . Will Orval Sawyer be an undertaker when he graduates? He has a fine start, since he is always "digging up the dirt" ldownl . . Tommy Baltzer has attained success as a hurdle star on the track team lupl . . . It seems that Arch "I Wanta Road Map" Burris and "Senator from Southgate" Bathiany were the life of the party on the Senior trip to Frankfort. However, l mustn't forget to men- tion Clarence ldownl , . . Small and quiet is Lila Lambert, but with her high rating in stenography. she will make a very efficient secretary for some prominent business man iupl . . . Virginia Murray's theme song happens to be, "l'm just Wild About Harryi' ldownl , . . Vtfill Esther Lee Sauer select act- ing or dress designing for her future occupation? Maybe her talents will lead her to both lupl . . . If you have never played street car, see Conductor Earl Styles. He will push you around Room 25 in an arm chair, tree of charge ldownl . . . jean Hughes, although she is the senior "gigglebox" of Newport High, has gained much recognition in the field of music lupl . . . The Easter Bunny's gift to Ruth Ott- ingMBrenda, Cobina, and Oscar. ln other words, three ugly ducklings. Warning! Don't let Ruth hear you call them ugly ldownl . . . Myrtle Brown is planning to study dress designing and commercial art after graduation, Here's wishing you luck, Myrtle. We know you can do it lupl . . . jeanette Claybon's nick- name, "Peppy," seems to fit her character in more ways than one. Even when chewing gum, she keeps up a "peppy rhythm" ldownl . . . Miss Cirvin had no trouble in finding a Henry Aldrich for the Senior Class Play. Everyone agrees that Don Bankemper is the Henry of Newport High lupl . . . Maybe the class of i940 will take up a collection, so that Emmett Smith may go to Hollywood and see "dream girl," Priscilla Lane ldownl . . . Me and My Shadow-Betty Pollock and Bob Burns ldownl . . . Anna May Cottingham didn't realize she was such a bluffer until her classmates honored her with this title in the Senior Popularity Contest idownl . . . We notice that when Meriam Citron signed our auto- graph books, she wrote Mrs. under the "wants to be" column, We hope you can cook, Meriam ldownl. Things We Can't lmagine: james Graves and Wilma Risch separated. Vera Mae Ertel not smiling. Steward Berkley in a hurry, Bill Templeton not blutfing. Warren Conway not flirting. john Rankin without his wavy blonde hair. Frank Rietle as the tallest man in the world. Ruth Chalk and Selma Feistner quarreling, Betty Moore as a brunette. Things We Can lmagine: Audrey Thrasher and Earl Frischolz arguing. Billy jones as a pest. Captain james Connor with his burr haircut. Eleanor Cray and Laura Mae Broering always willing to work. Thelma jean Chalk as an opera star. Gladys Steer as an honor student. james Smith singing "jeanne with the light brown hair." -HELEN BUBENHOFER. 33 Local Youthful Inventor Produces Electric Brain Thomas Galvin Plans To Present Machine To Government T- Demonstration Discloses Scenes In Lives Of Inventor's Shipmates On Cruise On S. S. Newport, Years Ago February 29, 1952. This morning your reporter was among those few fortunate persons who saw the new invention of Thomas Galvin, a marvelous tele- vision receiving set, which operates through an electric brain. Mr. Galvin announced that he would give it to the United States Government to use for defense purposes. At 10:30 a. m. the inventor set several dials and pushed various buttons on the controlboard. He then said, "Show me the people with whom I traveled on the S. S. Newport in 1940." These words were picked up by the electric brain, and on a screen, the follow- ing scenes were telecast: The first scene was right here in Newport in the Criminal Court. Sitting in the press box was Anna Mae Cottingham, reporter, en- grossed in conversation with a cameraman. Jurors, William Wil- son, Eleanor Gray, George Dittus, James Graves, Bailey Root, and Gladys Sterr took their places in the jury box. After Officer Horace Sargent brought in the prisoner, Judge William Wells took his place, and William Templeton, the court clerk, called for order. Stanley Straus took the witness stand and District Attorney Donald Green- holz began to question the wit- ness. Court Reporter Laura Mae Broering busily took down the questions and answers. As Howard Swope, attorney for the defense, cross-examined the witness, the picture faded. The indistinct shadows on the screen soon took the shape of a large office building. The gold leaf printing on the first door read "Newport Nickelodeon Syndicate," Leroy Heinlein, President, Donald Kaltenback, Vice-President." Inside the office we saw Margaret Alford taking dictation from the president of the company and Eleanor Streine operating a bookkeeping machine. In the second suite of ofiices- those of the "Sawyer Super Mar- ket"-Ernestine Adkins was filing papers in a cabinet while Catherine Gildea typed letters. Just as Orval Sawyer walked out of the office 34 down the corridor, we caught glimpses of the offices of Earl Frischholz, D. D. S.g James Smith, M. D.5 Frank DeHof, C. P. A., and Jerry Mackeg Commercial Artist. The scene then shifted into a street, revealing a panorama of fashionable shops, some of which were: Fred Specht, Pharmacist, Gowns by Esther Lee Sauerg Ruby Garrett, Expert Watchmakerg Ruth Hesser, Chapeaus, Exclusiveg Coif- fures by Helen Bubenhoferg Wil- bert Riehemann, Escort Bureau, Mary Catherine Schwed, Florist. S u d d e nl y the administration building of the Newport Municipal Airport dashed on the screen show- ing a scene of much activity. In one room Earl Styles and Robert McHenry, aeronautical engineers, worked over designs of a new air- plane model. In the waiting room, James Mussman was in charge of the ticket window. Outside, two planes were preparing for Hight. Pilot Tom Baltzer was "warming up" the first plane for the take-off, while Jean Hughes, the stewardess, was getting the passengers comfort- ably situated. The second plane, piloted by Bill Kramer, drew up to the run way while Stewardess Bet- ty Barbee was checking over the passenger list which inclu ded among others, Galvin Sheanshang, Anna Lucas, Alvin Dolan, Virginia Murray, and Harry Trame. The scene of the airport then changed into one of a moving pic- ture lot. Electrician Arch Burris was setting up the lights necessary to start filming. Scenario Writer Ruth Emerson was revising the script. Gloria Fischer was com- pleting an original score of music to be used in the picture. In one of the dressing rooms of the stars, Myrtle Louise Brown, costume de- signer, was showing some sketches to leading lady, Ruth Kumming. In another dressing room, Robert Marshall, make-up director, was adding finishing touches to the make-up of Actor Glenn Ormes. On another set, Warren Conway and his orchestra, one of the top- ranking dance bands in the coun- try, were making a musical short. Edward Tippenhauer, Edward Wickelhaus, Donald Bankemper, and Bill Jones played the violin, clarinet, trombone, and guitar, re- spectively, with vocals by Mary Lu Mitchel, and accordion solos by Betty Mooar. ' In the producer's private office, Ernest Owen, sitting with his feet on the desk, dictated to his secre- tary, Vera Mae Ertel. Seated at her desk in the waiting room, Mary Jane Kelley efficiently received the many people the producer. Across the ington, D. C., "Contest for Secretary in Lila Lambert, who wished to see continent at Wash- we saw the annual the Most Efficient the United States." winner of the con- test of last year, was addressing the group. Iola Allen, Selma Feist- ner, Audrey Thrasher, Ruth Chalk, Alice Hub, Helen Brauntz, Jean Teisman, Meriam Citron, and Don- ald Ziegler were some of the con- testants. Out on the street, John Rankin was conducting a sightsee- in gtour. The bus, driven by Clyde Bishop, was filled with tourists, Ruth Sickmeier, Dorothy Himes, Hazel Craig, Frank Riefle, Elmer Weber, Helen Relly, James Volk- man, Robert Spronk, Ed Huck, and Dorothy Morgan. Washington faded into Miami Beach, Florida, where the Cincin- nati "Reds" are engaging in spring training. Second Baseman Jim Con- nor and Third Baseman Bill Driver are receiving instructions from Manager Henry Bartel. On the beach, Wynne Shriver, Bill and Wally Wientjes, and Steward Barkley were basking in the sunshine. Here also were Ray Barbiea, world famous tennis play- er, Fred Kilmer, winner of the Indianapolis Speed Race, and Bob Burns, coach of the Rose Bowl win- ner, Northwestern. Back again in Newport at the new radio station, Reverend Walter Racke was broadcasting a sermon. Thelma Jean Chalk, soprano solo- ist, sang the closing hymn. The announcer, Harold Thornberry, next introduced Luella Thomas, well-known educator, who gave a speech on delinquent children. The persons in the "We the Pub- lic" program were preparing for the broadcast. Guests for the day were Ralph Chilia, president of the local truck drivers' unionp Jean Pelton and Jean Pelzer, owners of "Ken- nels for Cunning Canines"g Bill Kin- sella, bartenderg Arthur McCann, Newport Fire Department Chief. The demonstration ended, and Mr. Galvin rode triumphantly through the city streets to a lunch- eon appointment with the Secre- tary of War. The ovation given to the young inventor was the great- est your reporter has seen in years. -JEANETTE CLAYBON. Nl RS FIRST ROXM-W-C. Davis, XIV Eggemeyer, R, Barth R Beclwtol, M Brewer, H Derrrck, SECOND ROW-iF Fe:nauer, N, Daniel, E. Beck- er, H Emmett, R Emmett hL,g,,..Ac 114.001 'y44,6'l TI-IIR ROW-aC Benedxct, F Bererleln, R Col- lier, F. Chalk, R, Fisher, T. Cosner. FOURTH RONV---E Farrell, XM. Brown, I, E Ensteln, F. Bowman P. Devota, R Bradley NV Enzwerler. FIRST ROW--,lx-'I l-Iunter, A Hrcks W Orese F I-Iewllng, XV C1I'lI'UfT1,p Hull SECOND ROV!!-I, I-Iinnau, M. Kleter, R Kelfel lvl Haueusteln, I Kessan. THIRD ROW- -R Kallage, E Hull, W Krueger E Keene, R Hagednrn, L Hauser FOURTH ROW'--C. Iames, lvl Kleler, XIV Carru- Qon, R Ionluns XV Kaefl, I Huskisson, Vx! Harker. FIRST ROW'-V-H. Morgan, S, Quxnlan, L. Schaf- stall, I Mrcltael, I, Strastnger, K Petrre. SECOND ROW---IVI Schultz, I Utz, R Wall I Slwcaher, R. Luehr. THIRD ROXV-W-V. Smith, O. RUDIITSOIT' C, Roett- ger, XV. lamyre, C Newman, I. Vvlalwlbrrnk FOURTH ROW- I, Marrow, S Zakem, I. Horns! by, A. Owens, I Placke, R Stroebel, W. Schwerkert 36 So you re grovvrng up? You re rust tall enough to peek through the porlholes To Catch a glrrnose of sensor land" over th hor' on. FIRST ROVVW-C Dreyer, R Cernrner. M Dargrs, A. Duve, G. Carter, I. Bertke, N Burns. C Groeschen, T, Bingham. SECOND ROW--E Abhorf, I. Celgar, C Cass, man, R Creech, D Ebert, A, Boneville, V Allen, M I. Bagby, R. Creech, L. Dri-ess THIRD ROVJ--M Bolser, V. Bennett, R Busch D. D. Furnish, H Ballman, M H. Duffy, A Anderlrne, M Forrner, E. Cemrner FOURTH ROW-D Blumfeld, P. Erb. V. Ball, I Blume, I Cornell, W Bigelow, I Gardner, A Eooerson, M Bocklage, V Farrar FIRST ROXM -H Mann, M Morgan, D Krlmer, A Hull, B Hodge, M Payne, C Marr, I. Hart, E Heck. SECOND RONV-iM. Huddfe, K Karcher. M Haines H Lile, I. Myers, D. Haders, L Hampton, NV. Rrsch, L. L MCAIee, H len- Inns, THIRD ROW--N Mohrstead, M Knauer, M Horfrnan, E Prresrle, C Kneger, M Little, B Mersman, R Riea, N. jones FOURTH ROXM -I. Golden. B I-Iarrrs, M Hrndf rich, K. Dunlop, K Allen, H. Meyer, M A Macke, B jones, S Creco, M Kendr-cl: FIRST ROW--R. Schwierkert, R. Wresrnan, M Warshofsky, P. Srnrth, D. Thaxlon, B Srnlth, N Scheer, B Roycej Rogers SECOND ROWQB Rrley, B Walker, E Wul- Inarns, B. Schrnits, R. Whalen, I Schwergert. C Sprott, R. Veltun, E Vxlaller, B. Smrth. THIRD RONVH-E. Sawyer, L. Trauth, M I. Riehf, S. Rakosi, M. Walter, E Van Hauser, L. Wrrghl, B. Stenleen, L Sensel. B Vxfalker. EOURTH ROW!-B. Swaney, R Srnrth, B West. M. W'othe, C Vxfarrng, I Nlvelngartner, E. Smith, D Stewart, P Ziegler L Sharp. 37 FIRST ROXM-YH. Engelnnan, F. Binder, H Fry, W, Davls, I. Croesclwen, H, Ewing. R. Burns, W. Daniels, I Charlie. SECOND ROW-R. Chandler, S. Boyd, H. Be- zold, H. Buccanan, I. Crebner, I Cannan R Darneron, I. Durkin, C. Anderson F. Bartz. THIRD ROVV--H. Bass, C. Baader, E Dunn C. Dre-denlwofer, R. Doyle, N. Baker, F. Ben- ny, L. Elrirmklmme. NV. Baron: FOURTH ROW-f flf. Bus-cker, A, Bfcmfel r, E Cross, T Cosner, R Cant, F Devoro, A C-ross, F Arlnrd. B Englmslw. FIRST ROWW-L. Stern, B Wrnght, I Rakosi F. Sclwraer, R Sfncker, D Slwullze, R Wolfe, B. Xkfcodrull, I X-Vagrwur SECOND ROW'--W' Vwelgand, R. Stem, P. Stegeman, H. Wrlliams, C Ere-fe, I. Strat- man, QI-I SCI1ulI:, L. Rrtter, lvl. Steunlwauer, F. Tlppenlwauer. THIRD ROV!-S Slidlwam A. Fmark, B Twa " ner, E Wacluman, C. Srrrcker, E Wnlson, X E. Robinson, F Strobel. R Rcwusic I FOURTH ROW'-4-L. Baney, C. wfarfa, w ,H 'PFI Smuth, I Sclwlale. R 1. Troud, E. Ruddle, A sfnradaf, L. wall lace, B. Tlmney. FIFTH ROW- C Snmlw, R Sensel, C Smith FIRST ROW -R IN-larclmnl, I. lxrlaslmnol, lvl. Ledonnv, F. R-'lCCnnn E Peterng, D lxvla- Ionev, lvl Myers, XIX" Ruddy, I Iaslllo SECOND ROW--R. Iustiier, I. Helml, B Hans- Iergen, I. lvllnnnng, B Headley. C Polly, S Pltakos, P. lvlclnroslw, F. Kilmer, P. Hnneman THIRD ROW-R Kues, O Inlwngon, N Debes XV. lvICConnaCk, C Hellman, L. Herb, C Nance, I. Davis. FOURTH ROW- Hale, C Mari, Kaeff, NV. Ions, B IVICCuImrn, I Ivlarz, R Mess- nwer, R Heclwl. FIFTH ROW?-ll Hartman, I Klrsclmcr, C Marshall, I Palm, C. Harms. SOPHONORE FIRST ROW-W. Carr, Ci. Casebolt, E. Clark E, Bowling, M. Boeh, C. Boswell, E. Dance R. Chilleli, M E. Davis. I SECOND ROW-AL. L. Armand, Cr Beard, L. Oossett. A. Alford, K. Easton, I. Chandler, O. Andrew, L. Andrea, L. M. Davies, R Duckworth. THIRD ROW-L Foust, L, Becker, M. DeHof B. Collins, M. L. Aulick, H. Crever, O. Andrea, W. Busch, L. Douglas. FOURTH ROW-O Boone, E. Ciottshall, D. Clem, R. Aclick, N. Bluhme, R. Godwin, R. Donnelly, B. Browmi, Bauer. ,xp - FIRST ROW-L. Hunt, B. Lottes, M. Houns H, Harris, E. M Mullins, R. Mattstaedt, R. Mon- genas, B L. Patterson, E. L. Owen SECOND RONV--M. Manotf, B. Humrnell, M. Crossheim, C. Hoepker, I. Pooley, B Miller, E Murray, L. Hundemer, A Meither, E. MCC-ill. THIRD ROW-E. Miller, M. Henry, D Hind- march, A. Muelfer, W. Powell, E. King, I. McKerman, V. Machinot, B. M. Krebs FOURTH ROW-V. Phillips, B. Ienner, 1. lar- vis, W. Link, O Iourdan, D. lett, C-. Kroger, E. Mason. . FIFTH ROW-l. Moorman, B. Maloney, E. Hines, R. Hearn, I. Kurzynski. FIRST ROWW-I Walgroski, D Warfield, M 'Wiebe, M. Strebel, D. Stephany, I Trauth R. Sherlock, H. Webb, V Stephany SECOND ROWfW Specht, 1. Valz, R. War- shotsky, H. Snyder, R. Schmitz, I. Robinson M. Struve, R Rrdiman, M. Siebert, D. Snyl der. THIRD ROWQ-I. Schroeder, C. Yeager, M Yeager, D. Stadtmiller, R. Wessling, LI Weller, M. Raaker, I. Thornton, V Toll, O Turner, M. Reider. . v FouRTH Row-R. sie-liken, T sciifagih, E Smith, E. Steinman, W. Rash. FIFTH ROW-I Sheanshang, E. Lurpe, A Weaver, B. Whyte, I. Stewart, F Simmons D. Froben, S. Taylor. You are "in-hetweens" with just enough accomplished to make you desire another service stripe. Diligence at his post means promotion tor a Seaman. 4 FIRST ROW'-e Abbot? E. Chalk R Brrlxen- I . . lxauer. I Cannon S Clavbon, E Berger, VV Barker. A. fxbney, I. lXlJram5 M, Clwenol SECOND ROW"--S Andrews, H Cltron, R Burns, Vw' Beers, F Burke, F. Bauerle A Crlles, VJ Braun, I Crarlo THIRD RONV'--B. flder, Blnron, C Cannon R. Boy, L Caudrll, I. Creulz. O. Barrel. E Creech. B Kavanaugn, N Beclwerrclw. FOURTH ROW'---C Bundl, E Brewer. WY An dress, K Allen. N Burgess, I Brown, F Andrea, T Caudr I, S Caldwell FIRST ROVV K Smith, D Cuntlwer NV. Ian! 'en L F n R Harm R Ce-ner F Car- 5 , nga, ., r , ret, RM Herman, H. Grant. A Dargis SECOND ROW, -R Heslw, I Daunf. E Davls R Dietz, E I-lmll, A. Hagard, R Crarrrsun C Fledderman, C, Hagedorn E. Foster, H Fuascom THIRD ROW'-AW Day, I. Herlnger C A Iames, B. Fcwle, E I-lrll, R Dellof, 9 Hover L. Drake. L Huber, L Hall FOURTH ROW' -T Cobbard, I. Sorrel, P Danlei L Cellenback, W Fosdlck, B Fire, R Cold R Hienrlck, I Duffy, O Cabbard, I Hub FIRST ROW'--F. IVIi'Ier, Xl." Ivlurrrl, B MQ- Crulre P leulwr, C Racke, H. Kenler, I. Neus- llen, W. Nankrerul, Vvf Laker, K Ivllngua SECOND RONV'-I Morgan, A. Morgan, B Lock, I Knauer, C Lucas, I Koetrrrg, I3 Keeler, F Kour. D Kennerlx, R Ne'son, D Rrrndle THIRD ROW'--C Kebsew, I Pelluso, D. Old- freld, R. Krclrl, B Pence, I Snvllr, L McCabe K Keene. W Nlacke, P. Rerger. FOURTH ROW'-f-O IxAeyer's, C Perkins, I. Rus- sell, H. Ralh, F Lrirner, P. Pellrlfo. T Luns- ford. L Owens, F. Ruben, R. Meleahy, L. Nle FIFTH ROW'-A-F Ravemscrafl, A. lvlarlrn, R Klarclw B Morgan, I Rftter, I Kleelr FIRST ROW' -B Silrnleder, Il,-1 Seller, I3 Sand loss. L E Srnrrlr. C Speclu, I. Wlwrrelwead, A Vaccr, C Sclrlake. C Yeager, I. Wemmers SECOND ROXNIAI. Walker, D. Tarvln, N Vdolf- :orn, F. Srmnronrs. N Vxfeller, F. Scnomaker F Sfrasrrrger, NN. Slfaslnger, I Screler, I Wagner, C Lifes. THIRD RONV- WV. Stafford. R. Iles, F. Slraus S Saczone, E Wagenlander, E Sreberl, W Sclwuler, I Tlwoburn, R XfVaner, A Schultz FOURTH ROW! L Sclwrab, L Srnwon, A Thomp- son, R SCIWBUILIS, W1 XMIlougI1by, H Wlelmrle H. Welwrle, B. Stone, K. Slruve, B. Vlfebsler I. Walsh FIFTH ROW--VL. D. Snwltlw, R Vletll, lvl Nkfard H Slldlwam B Workman, I. Vlfard Look at the plebes I If you survive the stiff gale of the curriculum and the Iibes of the upperclassmen then next year- FIRST ROWWS. Boyar, C Brewer, M, Collins, H. Bathiany, D. Carr, I. Dean, I Angerman, L. Dickerson. SECOND ROW-A. Dissell, V. Critchley, B Bertke. I. Clark, E. Brown, R, Blum, V. Bru- ener, M. Dietz, V. Douglas. THIRD ROW-A Daniels, V. L. Carr, P, Center, I. Brown, B. Barbee, S Davis, I Derrick, L Bendel. FOURTH ROVJ--M. Bryant, G Dennis, P. Craw- ford, I Conner, B Burnis, B. Clarke, R. Berte FIRST ROVxffA. Huddle, E. Katzman, H Kin- man, I. Carrnany, N. Edgar, W. Hardin, M Hauser, M. I, Fury SECOND ROW-WD. Fargo, B, Eicher, C Harris, W. Klein, C Harris, F. Gardner, I. Enzweiler, B Kaufman, L, M. Kelch. THIRD RONV-'E Fredrick, R, Enzweiler, V C-reen, M. Funk, M Hornsby, B. Huston, R. Hambrick, V. Ciuenther. FOURTH ROW-XA. Cassman, E Herndon, U Ioos, V. Klaserner, V. Ciardner, B. Klein, C Haines FIRST ROW-M. E. Monschen, D. Lamm, D Rehling, L. Priestle, I. Miller, B Miller, E Prentzel, R. Quatkrneier. SECOND ROW-A. Pea, M Lichwadt, B. Nel- son, E. Morris, S Hotz, I Meyers, L, Leonard V. Relly, B Moore. THIRD ROWiB. Ponchot, M. A. Meyers, V Martin, Cr. McDowell, R. McGill, G. Bardo D. Lampe, M. Pauly. FOURTH ROW---QI Motz, If R Poole, V, Meyer FIRST ROWAD. Reed, M. Schiff, M. L, St. Iohn B. Schiesz, M Merdess, I Wiebe, B. Schmidt R. Wilson. SECOND ROW-MD. Smith, R. Zweirn, I. Skelton I Zakem, T. Usleman, V. Weber, B. Stewart M. Toll, C. Vxfalker. THIRD ROW---B. Racke, M. Weller, E. Smith L. Wohlleber, B Vwfilmoth, M. Schneider, M I. Schwer. FOURTH ROW-R. X.Vitte, C Setter, E Thomp- son, D. Riggs, M. Witte SHlP'S LOG 5---The Good Ship S. S. Newport weighed anchor and set sail on a calm sea. On deck, disorder reigned supreme as all, from bewildered freshmen to dignified seniors, roamed the decks. 8 '--e -The opening game of the I939-i940 football season proved a victory for the "cats " Final score -Newport 33-Dayton 6. 20--lim Connor elected captain of the S. S Newport at the first Senior meeting of the year. 22--"Dreams do come truef' anyway Newport's did in the form of a brand new football stadium. lncidentally, we lost the first game played on the new field. Purcell I4--Newport l3, OCTOBER le-"l-leave Flo!" my ladsl- -Stormy weather ahead--first 5. five week tests. Newport lads and lassies dance to the strains of the "l-less Rhythm Stylists" at the first fall dance. l3-- -The "Wildcatsl' looked like the "cat that caught the 30- canary" or should we say "bluebird"---Newport i3- l-lighlands O. -"Thank Ciodl Little Nell is still alivel"----Senior Show- boat party at Billy Bryant's Showboat. 3l- l-lallowe'en----Roger Bacon vs. Newport- -result 6-6 tie NOVEMBER 2-litney Carnival---proceeds to go for new band uniforms 7--Election Day---off at noon. ll--That "much looked forward to" day ended in a dis- appointment. Wildcats O-Bulldogs 2l. Oh, well, even the best lose sometime. 23---Democratic Thanksgiving a week earlier---thanks to President Roosevelt. 5Oaa!-Xnother turkey day- -Republican this time DECEMBER I-Twenty more shopping days until Christmas 5- -- F O, Wildcats win opening basketball game--Newport 3l- Simon Kenton 27. l-li-Y assembly-!'Driven from Home," a melodrama in pantomime, starring l-lorace Sargent, Bill Templeton, Stanley Straus. and john Rankin. 8 6 9--Kentucky l-ligh School Press Association Convention. Newport received a rating of excellent. 22-The Good Ship S. S. Newport pulled into home port for the Christmas l-lolidays. 26-Three cheers for john Rankin for his portrayal of "Little 42 l-lappy New Year," Stanley Straus as "Old Father Timef' and Mr. Albertson as "Santa Claus," at the Senior holiday dance. 1 l 3-- 25-- IANUARY Ah, Leap Year at last--good luck girls, Bulldogs surprise Wildcats with last minute victory---final scorei 28-27. "Down with wallflowersgwsomeone got the brilliant idea of an escort service for the prom. Ohio River freezes over. First time since l9l8. Second semester begins-Seniors' last. l l i l FEBRUARY lvlardi Gras Dance sponsored by lr Red Cross. Music provided by "The Continentalsf' lvliss Cirvin's Latin Club Assembly. A "Who Am I" quiz- -a la Kay Kyser style. Leap Year Dance sponsored by Ci, A, Af A-did you all see the vegetable cor- sages the she-males sent the he- males? Rifle Club wins match from Highlands - -Newport scored 922 points to 9l6 scored by Highlands. Sl-llP'S LUG MARCH lMSenior Spring Dance. Remember the kites? 7m-Senior students visit State Capital. lvlr. Bathiany looked right at home in the La Grange prison with his "burr" haircut, But didn't they all? 9aeNewport takes Regional Crown to represent Northern Kentucky in the State Basketball Tournament. l5eaSt. Patrick Dance sponsored by the l-li-Y and the Ritle Club, 20 eaAnyone passing through the 3rd tloor hall today would have been entertained by Bill jones and Don Bankemper, our "iitterbugs," doing a little rug-cutting, 29 Senior class play "What a Lite" portrays a day at Central l-ligh School in which lim Smith acts as prin- cipal ot the school. APRIL 5eeaBeta Club Dancee eNew members initiated, 9- aVariety Show sponsored by the Red Cross Club. En- tertainment was furnished by a play, "'l-le Was Only l-lis lvlother's Sona But Oh? What a Boy Was Willie," written by Bill Haines, our future playwright. l2ealVloonlight Boatride, sponsored by the lr. Classe-there was a moon tool? lB Cr I9-N. Ki E. A - -Whee-two holidays all at once MAY Bw-The Ciood Ship S. S. Newport dropped anchor for the lunior-Senior Prom, 28--Last tive-week tests aboard ship. Sl-eFinal Senior Flinga last Dance ot the Year. IUNE Za -Baccalaureate Servicea apeace and quiet on deck. 3feClass Night-eAwards given on quarter-deck tor par- ticipants in activities during the year. 5- -CiraduationfThe shipmates ot l94O, honorably dis- charged, leave the wish that the underclassmen's future years on the S. S, Newport will be as pleasant as theirs have been. 43 X Hop into those civies, sailor. We re shoving off For plea4sure II II 9 s II t Il D port. It 5 ...... 0722186202 -f:xg'a2fQ-key-, -if 'lwx . . Q3- N - - w . 4, VKX A MY M S55 wif? its E S xv f x m b xww- Q 5 f ,i 'W 4 ' Q if , 2 M20 ff :J A Q ? :Q 1 if ii A A .4364 322' 6223 It 1 M. ii?l 4ff424v V 1 v if gif? 5 gs -1 ' ,m.x 1 ,. N5 U S - 2 . X Q X K .L LXL" ' ' vi 16 X I ' fifi 1 Yxxxf V ALLL ' K Q ' "" ' ""' ' we ff?-fit K . Q15 1 VM 5k335,5wgi.:, ., I X. f M K x ' Lvmk . 1 , K . 2 C 9 ,Q ,R 61 f WM f W H 9 Af 2255? 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Donald Bankemper was elected presidentg Ruth Emerson, vice-presidentg Gloria Fischer, secre- tary, and lack Utz, treasurer. The club's first production was "Bargains in Cathay" which placed second in the State Dra- matic Contest at Richmond. Esther Lee Sauer, Paul Devoto, and lack Utz were awarded certificates for excellent acting in this play and were placed in the All Star Cast Next, a one act play, "Red Carnations," was given for a student assembly and an exchange pro- gram at Holmes High School For the annual three-act play, "New Fires" by Charles Burdett was chosen. lack Utz, Ruth Otting, Esther Lee Sauer, William Harker, Myrtle Brown, and Paul Devoto had leading roles. With this the club's voyage reluctantly ended. JX- xg, Zxgjg ,X gjgjx jx ,jx jx gfgfx jgfx IX xx IINII The heartiest members of the crew belong to the "N" Club. All boys who have earned a letter in any field of athletics at Newport High School are eligible for membership. The group meets every week under the supervision of Coach William "Blue" Foster and the following officers: james Smith, president, Wynne Shriver, vice-president, Charles Debes, secretary-treasurer. This year the club presented white jackets to the nineteen graduating seniors who played their last games for Newport High School. tyg Jggyg fy xg liflk xx Jxrzgyx Jgzx xx xg JUNIOR RED CRGSS Service, health, and friendship are the key words of the loyal seamen that serve under the red and white banner of the Red Cross Club. Activities this year included making favors for the Veteran Hospital at Outwood, Ky., sending Christmas boxes to foreign countries, purchasing a screen for the new junior Red Cross headquarters, and canvassing in the annual Red Cross Membership Drive. About thirty club members studied a course in Home Hygiene given at the Red Cross headquarters Mary Helen Duffy, Genevieve Marr, Wilbert Riehemann, and Robert Marshall represented the club at the National Red Cross Convention in Washington, D. C. With Miss Marian Parsons as its head, the leaders of the group were Mary Helen Duffy, presi- dent, james Connor, vice-president, Kathleen Kircher, secretary, and Genevieve Marr, treasurer. ,nl ., 'H CLUBS Ik Jxgfx xx xx fx Jxgfggfgjxgyygyxgfx Ig jg ATHLETIC "lt's more fun when you know the ropes," say the members of the Athletic Club groups. Under the leadership of Mr. Richard Bathiany, adviser of the junior-senior group, and Mr. lames jackson, adviser of the freshman-sophomore group, the boys learn to understand the rules of the games they play. Each sport is discussed as it comes into season. The advisers explain the more complicated rules by diagrams and examples. Especial interest is shown in football, basketball, track, and baseball. Clean sportsmanship is emphasized and the boys are taught to win cheerfully and to lose the same way. By understanding the official's side of the-argument and respecting his decision as final, the boys en joy their sports more. Officers of the junior-senior group are: Henry Bartel, president, lames Connor, vice-president, Edward Huck, secretary-treasurer. Those of the freshman-sophomore group are: Elmer Wachsman, president, lohn Russell, vice-president, and lack Chaille, secretary-treasurer. ZX Ziilkryk ZLYZS li Ziili Ziyi li ZS Zkiyg RIFLE There is something new on ship-board-a rifle club. Safety in the use of firearms is the aim of its members. An applicant must have his parent's consent and the approval of Mr. Cobb and Mr. Schweikert, club adviser, before being considered for membership. Early in the year, the boys received a charter from the National Rifle Association, and two teams of ten men each shoot in the National Bi-Weekly Matches. They now hold a high rank in their division. During the year, the members shoot for various qualifications, and upon completing each stage, they send their targets to Washington, D. C. These target scores also decide the member's rank in the club. Each member must use his own rifle, ammunition is purchased from the War Department at low cost. Practices and tournaments are shot off on a range which the boys built in the basement of the school. Officers of the club are: Horace Sargent, president, Creorge Marshall, vice-president, Car- rol Hollowell, secretary, William Krieger, treasurer, Clair McAndrew, quartermaster. Margie Little and Ruth Ries are sponsors. fx fxgfx fx Zkflkilk Jgfx jxgjy jx fx lgrlg GOLF One of the most popular groups on board is the Golf Club, organized to teach its members the rules and regulations, and the correct way to play the well-known game of golf. There are over a hundred members in this club. Due to its size, it is divided into three sections. 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The members this year purchased a combination radio-victrola to furnish music tor its dancing sessions, Records of popular orchestras are purchased with club dues. At the head of the upperclassmen dancing ranks are: leanne Blum, presidentg Genevieve Marr secretary-treasurer. The freshman group is led by: jean Connor, presidentg Myrtle Dietz, secretary: treasurer. gy fy jx jxgfgfx Jgfx Jgfx fx fx jg fx 1 I JN-. l X, 0 5 I ,T ,,, L-., ,i.u. ya- l f A aj CLUBS ygijg ygiyg jg jgrygiyigkrliyli Zkrlirlirlg -fx LATIN Dipping their oars into the ancient waters of myth and legend, the Latin Club has as its purpose "to hand on the torch of classical civilization in the modern world." This year the club joined the National lunior Classical League, and members received pins to signify their membership in this na- tional organization of Latin Clubs. Activities within the club consisted of several contests of wit and quickness at the identification of persons studied by the group. The assembly given on january I7 was an amusing quiz in which the contestants, selected at random from the entire student body, were questioned about famous men and women of ancient history The officers arei Audrey Thrasher, president, William Cold, vice-president, Margie Little, sec- retary, and Reba Gemmer, treasurer, The club is assisted and advised by Miss l-lazel Cirvin, jg ygyg yy yy jg gg jgyx jgyxfjx xx IL, l-ll-Y "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Chris- tian character" is the aim of the Hi-Y Club, To raise the club standard as high as possible on the mast of our good ship, the boys par- ticipated in a state-wide Bible Study, distributed food baskets at Thanksgiving, and gave contri- butions to the State Y. M. C. A, The club also gave a dance, an assembly, took part in a I-li-Y rally at the Covington Y. M. C. A., and sponsored a basketball team. William Switzer represented the group at the district conference at Augusta, Ky. Mr. Ernest Matthews, adviser, is assisted by the following officers: Frank Del-lot, president, lack Goodwin, vice-president, Earl Styles, secretary, and William Templeton, treasurer. Jgyx zgyx Zirygyligk xx Jgzy Jgygzx ,IX at' L BETA The shipmates who have best mastered the rules of the sea of education are banded together in the Beta Club, an honorary society, whose members have maintained a high scholastic standing in school work. The determination of the club standards is vested in the administration of the high school, and there are no class or quantity limitations to membership. Delegates who attended the state convention held this year at Lexington, Kentucky, on Febru- ary 23-24 were the officers of the club: Donald Creenholz, president, also president of the Beta Clubs of Kentucky in l9-40, Ruth Emerson, vice-president, Ruth Chalk, secretary, and Earl Styles, treasurer. This year the club received 36 new members into its ranks. The newcomers took their pledge at the assembly held on November 29, and were formally initiated at the Sports Dance on April 5. The adviser is Miss Katherine Warren, who was appointed by Mr. Cobb. WNW' SQ- 3 - ,, A-Q . x ,Axtf-if 3' W his E. if ii ' I . , , X y ws- Q X ww: M. 3? Q F LQ xy: A'X' M an 5 V :Sf , Q I ,V Ag M33 ggi W. RQ w Q5 KAW sw. xgiagw A RQ M kkkk S A be , .Q ., jg , ' L k W j + f Q Q' U if r, W , , is ,.. 4 Q im? sp Q Q V3 MT N' 'M 'Eff Q + I A . I gf - T , X Y 1 - 1 5 ' '90 W Q, Q QA' Mm' feta K! 'vw 'G Fin! 45 - ' an 1 Q' f , A . .8 5 -sw W 3 g .gil K Q S K Q gi -' Lu S, . - - 5 Lx T K - 35 T F W Q S is Q' ww 5 0 Q K is 'QQ v X W 'Wi A . is fs ,gf xy' K if S ,f f x - T 'i 3 3 T ' Q2 MW . .. by KA 5 N54 gg 1. X x m - 5 ' . Q , 1 52 -'E Q S A x ig fw sl , ff EVW QIQESZQ- 'Y" fl E i1L Xxr. -. .- . . i.. ... , 5 'fx x s X Nik X W . . .. X W W x X ,, .5 '1 . A W Q dawg! 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It is the purpose of the group to know the functions of their bodies and methods of keeping fit and trim for all duties. Coach William "Blue,' Foster is adviser of the club with the following officers at their posts: john Russel, president, Harold Stidham, vice-president, and Herbert Citron, secretary and treasurer. 'fx Ik fy Jyfx Jgfx xxgyy jx fx jx jx jxgjg PEP "To bolster the spirits of a hearty crew" a new group, the Pep Club, was organized this year with Miss Alice Harrison as adviser. This club has done its duty by writing new cheers and promoting much enthusiasm at the school's , aahletic contests. The members are easily recognized by the red and black wildcat arm bands which t e wear. yThe officers elected to lead the group are: Glenn Ormes, president, Robert jenkins, vice-presi- dent, and Patsy Smith, secretary and treasurer. L-fx fx fx 2X IL yy jgfli fx Zkrlirjg GIRL RESERVES At the prow, "facing life squarely-finding and giving the best," is the Girl Reserve Club, our iunior branch of the Y. W. C. A. The blue and white banner has flown over many activities this year, including a candy sale, a skating party, a Christmas program at the Infirmary, doll-dressing project at Christmas, and an Easter assembly. Margie Little was elected vice-president of the Dayton, Simon Kenton, Dixie Heights, and New- port loint Meeting. Newport was represented at the Northern Kentucky Conference at the Covington Y. W. C. A. by Betty Barbee and Kathleen Kircher. The latter was elected secretary of the Conference. Miss Mary Lee Caldwell is adviser to the club which is guided by Ruth Emerson, president, Ruby Garrett, vice-president, Ruth Hesser, secretary, lean Hughes, treasurer, and the following squad leaders: Virginia Murray, Eleanor Gray, Gloria Fischer, and Margie Little. CLUBS x Jxgfxgjgfxgjx jx fx jx fgygxgfx fx jx, CURRENT EVENTS Flash! All ships at sea. What's news? The Current Events Club, with Miss Mattie Phillips at its head, gathers in the "news room" every two weeks. Each member is assigned to gather news of the several important countries of Europe and the two Americas to be submitted to discussion or debate by the group, Subjects covered include war news, sport news, and international relationships. The members collaborated with the Travel Club to present a travelogue picture show in the high school auditorium in March, Gfficers in charge of the "headline hunters" are: Robert Stapleton, president, Leroy l-leinlein, vice-president, lvleriam Citron, secretary-treasurer. gygg Jgfgjy gyg jg gygyg gg Jg fy gfgyy 2K4 t 7 TRAVEL Whats there for a sailor to do but travel? Since our young seamen are bound to shore duties, they satisfy their wanderlust with imaginary trips discussed at the meetings ot the Travel Club, ,Under the direction of lvliss Gypsy Ciray members study modes of travel and the interesting countries which they hope to visit some day. Through the year they have had educational moving pictures of many of the most colorful countries of the world. The members are especially interested in famous men who have traveled extensively, the favorite being Richard l-lalliburton. Officers of the club are: Patsy Smith, president, Melbourne Steinhauer, vice-president, and Evelyn l-lurd, secretary-treasurer. Ik fx fx fx jx Jxgfggfgjx Jx fygjgjx Ik! -xi WN its NEWPGRTIAN STAFF The keepers of the log have recorded the i940 cruise of the S. S. Newport, Pictures and words recall events of our voyage. Ready, willing, and able, the annual staff has completed the book. Mr. Clarence Albertson, editorial adviser, and Mr. Richard Neiser, business adviser, have guided the work with patience. The nautical theme carried out in the annual has been the motif of the Class of i940 since its first public activity when it bid bon voyage to the Class of i939 at the annual lunior-Senior Prom. .'l v Awli K Lk 'Q, L . . M . W? W G A A A Q R ' LA k -if x SF MQ .. l- V - X f, ., M 91' f 95 Q ilifxl F'5k9'llx: , 223 A SPS 4' fi 4 A 15-kfrmg .E Q- Y ' rr Y A F af ff ? W' NT- . ,M I . Y 1 - NM - ,K 5: - x Q 7 K ' v E' L P L ,Q 'ei-fuffmfm-.fs:X.sxNQfa-pfmf: -fww 'Xww ,1 X Xifws-vz fswgml-S-Q55 :Sf--Ax - - 1. T K i 1 f 1 K - ww ST v - . hfh. i f ' ' Q -V L X K '2 XS 'any . -K .!: , N f 212451: :gbwusi S 52 Q 31 fy :is ,gl -:S si 5 1' is -f W - wk vw . S222 'mf KU' . ag 'Ik , . M . I -E? 53, -if 1, Q , f - . N, 5. wgqgw x . 4,2 . V X . -wavy' P, K 3 'Pg 5 NS ,tri . . .1 I ,, ., .E K if X513 if? "1 I :bs ' 'Qi r kia 'wif WW? 1 ff 1 n.. K f 3 i Q L 859' 5, 5 iv? "' E S - xx Zifliilk fx fy lg Music brings a welcome pause in the strenuous duties on deck. The S. S. Newport lvlusic Depart- ment, directed by Mr, john lvlolnar, is composed ot a band, orchestra, chorus and choir. The band embarked upon the tootball season with the addition of a flag team and two majorettesi They played at the home games performing many new manoeuvers on the tield. During the latter part ot the season, the band was outfitted. An exchange assembly with Covington and pro- grams tor P.-T, A. meetings were the activities ot the orchestra. Music emblems are awarded on a point system. A six-inch emblem is awarded tor 2000 points, seven- inch, 3500, eight-inch, 5000, eight-inch with star 6500. A gold medal and a silver medal are awarded to the two students who have contributed the most to the Music Department. From high in the balcony mid dimmed lights the gentle music ot "The l.ord Bless You and Keep You," sent the seniors torth to shore-leave with treasured memories ot their last night on deck. k M- X NN z .--A Ae I-gg A A as 'ri 2- sg ' -'f--x.-SQ, , ,MAS , , R N A wa, -,hw I K X ggigkx ,x A RQ., ,- wg, 3 x 'K rs M X fx , 'R "iw . - V K. XR M. 543- ,lf 5 f 1 K 5 .QS 1 QW.. if - 'L fx ' Y ' . .' y Nw X H -. ' ' w X 4- Q K Q. k.., - -Q N. 1. S 55 p ' H SL, 1,-f I 0 KPN xt , if x g., W-im , ,im ' vm fm- Y 'f V. , "' ff X - k N. x X if , M 5" - W J ' Q sf 2 wh S-Qs: ' 'f Wi- EL . - Q: r ,Q . ff i r, . id, 91:5-.i w iyf j, , ,nf -A wg- . X , I ge xqns sf K N P S H f - Else i- , 2 kg- X 35 :z , ' 4. 1-11 L E -QM 3" W X 1 1 1 - Q Q - ' if 5 -, 1, .- Q F :J , .. - 51 ' N , Q - -- Il Q - -fa - M S 3 5 i f h"h f ull! . , ...W - -fri- 1 . , , - wi.. A 1 - - - K -3 Y wb 5 gk ,Xxx,f 'AQJEENS x we X' 'IRE P MB PQ-125. 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"ff ,x 'A 3 I X K f -A Q ff 5 3 1 1, M 1 ' 4 li, x 2 Q51 Lx in From high up in the crows nest, the spy glass ot the ships official newspaper scans the decks and records the activities ot the crew More than being a news-sheet, the Newporter purposes to be a record ot school triends and activities Sophomores, iuniors, and seniors are eligible tor awards One year ot active service merits a bronze pin, two years. a silver pin, and three years, a gold pin. ln upholding the standard set by their predecessors, the Newporter statt received tor their paper, a rating ot "excellent" at the Kentucky High School Press Convention held this year at Lexington. The paper has completed the sixteenth year ot publication lt is published bi-monthly under the supervision of Mr, William Schell. NEWPORTER One ot the most valuable departments on the S. S. New- port is the library, Practically every subject may be found in the wide selection on its shelves. Classes in Library Science are conducted by Miss Marv Elizabeth lvlorris tor the treshmen and sophomores, to acquaint them with the arrangement ot the Library and to assist them in finding the proper book quickly and conveniently. Some ot the students aid in the work ot the library Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to be Library As- sistants. Awards are presented to those who work one period THE LIBRARY a gold pins each day. The tirst year ot service merits a bronze ping the second year, a guard tor the bronze pin, and the third year, G. A. A. ACTIVITIES Yippeef I-IoopsIers femme Dry me-rmaids, Casey up at bat, CIddupI Out or safe? S 7? Pirysicai training maices a sailor seawortiry, anci time spirit of competition eniivens time cruise. Three ciweers For the . . . 6214425 0 Declz V ., An X WI' . wwf 3 -. ' F? 4 . ' ., all 2 Ny ,G ff Ta 31 NX i'.f Mrfu. "l 7 , fy 'f 'N' ' wi ,L r ' ,Is iw I W :' ,' i w' Fi, FA ' " my .HQ in ' K 'fi' JM, ,Q few fxxg. 'fx ff H3 U 'fifwiif J 'w mc.. . .L-32 'H+ W R f . X N, L. L, ,. U.,-U Smeg., . iff ' , b FGOTBALI. Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport , ,o .. ,. Newport Newport Newport RESULTS Dayton .,.. . ,,t.. , Bellevue, . Purcell, , . Ludlow ,. ,A .. Western Hills, . Highlands , ,. Roger Bacon . Columbus North Covington . 64 The '39 Wildcat squad, which included eleven seniors, completed one ot its most successful football campaigns since l936, the blue ribbon year, Our "huskies" began the season with a thrilling victory over the Dayton Green- devils and followed close with another vic- tory over Bellevue. Donning their new uniforms for the opening game in the Municipal Stadium, the Wildcats went down before the "tire- less" Purcell squad. "Lady Luck" deserted the team and they suffered another close defeat at the hands ot the Ludlow Panthers, Newport, however, avenged these two losses by trouncing both Vxfestern l-lills and Highlands. Our much improved ball club battled Roger Bacon and a championship Columbus North team to a tie in both cases. Newport bowed down for the sec- ond consecutive year to their ancient rivals, Covington, but as Contucious sava- Coach Wm, j. Foster Covington on the March High-steppers i C ' 1 Redhead Ott tor a Touchdown Rah! Rahl Rah! Asst C0-BCIW la lf3CkSOfW Burns In Action Before the Battle 65 BASKETBALL Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport .....,.. Newport Newport 66 RESULTS Simon Kenton ....,..,...,..,., 27 Newport .,,,,... Walton ..,.,.r.......t .t,.,.L.,,, 2 O Newportw. . Breckenridge Training . .. 26 Newport ..,... .. Alumni ..,,.......,.,........,.,.... 2D Newport ......,. Lawrenceburg ...t........,..... 46 Newport r,,,,.r Paris ....r.,.... ,... ....,.,L,......., I I Newport ,.t... , Ivlaysville tForteitedI ,... .37 Newport.. , Breckenridge Training ...... 22 Newport ,....... Inez ..,,.,..,,.L,........,..,..,...... 34 Newport ....,,,. Ivlaysville ., ...r...,...,,, .. .... 23 Newport Highlands . .L ..,..,t.... I7 Newport ...T Bellevue ...,. ..,. ...... 2 4 Newport . Covington ., .,..,,. .. .L..,,.. 28 Newport TI-IIRTY-SIXTI-I DISTRICT Newport t,.....L 24 Covington ,..,..,,.. NINTI-I REGIONAL Newport ...,,.., 45 Ludlow ,..,.,, . .. Newport ......,. 42 A. I. jolly ....,...,. Newport ,I 36 Dayton ,.... .. . . . STATE FINALS Newport. ..,... 29 Aslwand ..,.,. . Walton ,.,..,r Dayton ,.,....... Simon Kenton Hazard ...,...... Manual St, Xavier . Bellevue ,..... Dayton ........ Ludlow .C..,. Covington .... Roger Bacon.. I-lazard ...,.i.. Pikeville .,.,... 26 I 6 24 33 39 BASKETBALL SUMMARY The Wildcat baslceteers, after coming through a successful season with 22 wins and 9 losses went on to win the Ninth Regional Tournament and to represent this region in the State Tournament. The Wilcats took tive trips during the season and played several outstanding teams in the state such as Maysville, lnez, St. Xavier ot Louisville, Breckenridge, Ashland, and Lawrenceburg, lnd. The Seniors on the squad who have played their last tor Newport High School are Edward Knarr, George Dittus, lames l-liclcey, Calvin Sheanshang, William l-laines. james Connor, and Donald McDonald, However, Coach Foster has promise ot another successful team next year, The Reserve Team also enioved a successful season, winning their last lil games. We Cot ltl See Who'll C-et lt First Ott for the State Tournament Shing Ott for a Shot TRACK TEAM Newport's track team entered the season with two lettermen from last year, Thomas Baltzer, the high jump and low hurdler, and Robert Chalk, dash man and broadjumper. These two boys combined with a very well balanced squad of underclassmen should give stiff competition to the local schools. ln their first meet, Newport finished ninth in the K. of C. relays in which only Class A schools par- ticipate. The cindermen showed much improvement over the first showing by taking fourth at the Ken- tucky Conference meet. ln the meet with Purcell. Newport won by a score of 70 to 38. The seniors who will run for the last time are: Frank Del-lof, dash mang lames Mussmandistance runnergWilliam Wientjes, dash mang Ernest Owens and William Wilson, 440 meng l-lenry Bartel, dash man and low hurdlerg Arthur McCann, shot putter, and Thomas Baltzer, hurdler. Earl Styles is manager of the team this year. COACH BATI-llANY Newport at K, C. Relays ...T . .... ....., ,...i., ,..,,..i.......,......,., ,,.. A p r i l 27 Newport at Kentucky Conference ., T. .,,.,, ,May 3 Purcell at Newport .....,.,is,,...ii.,..... .. .... May 6 Dayton at Newport ,.s....., T .. .... May 8 Newport at District .,.s...... ...........i M ay lO Newport at State Meet., , ,. .,...,. May l7-l8 Covington at Newport. i,..,i.,... .,... ...., M a y 24 Newport at Highland Relays ,...,l, ,.,.i.. M ay 29 Name Adkins, E. Alford, M. Allen, I. Barbee, B. Binder, H. Botkin, T. Brauntz, H. Broering. L. Brown, M. Bubenhofer, H. Chalk, R. Chalk, T. Citron, M. Claybon, 1. Cottingham, A. Craig, H. Emerson, R. Ertel, V. Farrar, D. Feistner, S. Fischer, G. Garrett, R. Gaupel, R. Gibson, l. Gildea, C. Gray, E. Hesser, R. Hennequin, L. Himes, D. Hopkins, A. Horn, C. Hub, A, Hughes, l. Karn, M. Kelly, M. Kruse, L. Kumming. R. Lambert, L. Lucas, A. Matzner, E. Mitchel, M. L Mooar, B. Morgan, D. Murray, V. Ogden, R. Oi-ring, R. Pelzer, l. Pelton, I. Plaga, R. Pollock, B. Relly, H. Sauer, E. L. Schwed, M. C. Seiter, V. Sickmier, R. Sterr, G. Streine, E. Swainson, R. Teisman, I. Thomas, L. Thrasher, A. Volkmar, B. Williams, E. Ziegler, I. GIRLS' i-ioposcops Favorite Expression You'd be surprised That ain't the way I heerd it Oh dear! I don't believe it Oh shoot! Nothing like being on time Got your homework? Great day in the morning Oh nuts! Oh Kid.. Oh me! Oh heavens Good morning, Lovely day Gee whiz! Hi Butch! Oke Doke! Here I is! Oh my! Huh? Fam Dool Oh, forget it Shucks Gee whiz! Ye Gods Hmm l don't know I don't know Oh, this hair! Gee whiz! Better late than never Do you vant to know? Oh Gee! Haste makes waste Aw quit! We-Il "Nuts" But definitely For crying out loud "Gee Gad!" No kiddin' I'll scream When do we eat? Man or mouse? Could be For heaven's sake Who? Me? You know what? I don't get it Please! But!!! Oh yeah! Could be Picked it up E1 ate it! Boo! Oh! Golly Wanna buy a duck? lt's a lie Why? Oh, yes it is Loves A good time My mother Flowers Dancing Ruth Emerson Flower gardens Fifth Bell To bowl The "Duke" Chocolate sodas Spring Gene To dance To eat Moonlites To sleep Skating To eat Black curly hair Fun A good time My diamond pendant litterbugs Sweet pickles Dancing Cake Life To eat Angel Food Cake First Bell Good times Everyone A good time Everyone Baseball Walking Betty Petty Pictures Books Music Flowers Mom Excitement Everyone Summer To sleep Curly hair Drumsticks Someone Kittens Cocoa Colas The radio Horses Music H. C. Everyone Good Music Ya Hoodi Seals To eat To eat Earl Everybody Everyone Hates Dull moments Live chickens Show-offs Pessimistic people Being fat War news Show-offs To get up Shirts without ties No one To get up litterbugs To give talks Onions Catty boys Speed tests Continued stories Nothing Spinach English Alarm at 6:30 A. M. Radio Humor Nobody Being a "runt" Tests Pigs Motorcycles Chickens Washing dishes Homework Staying home Homework No one Snobs Nobody Arguing Bugs Snobs Concert To study Formalities No one No one ldleness War Goldfish Housework Hats Cold weather litterbugs To wash dishes Work Clocks Nobody Cats No one Nobody Doing Dishes Garlic Nothing Carrots Oysters Hitler To get up Wants to be A nurse A stenographer Wealthy A nurse Thinner A stenographer Happy Private Secretary Commercial Artist Happy Happy A doctor Happy Thinner Angel Happy Linguist Private Secretary A traveler Successful Secretary Watchmaker C1 leweler Mrs. -1- Successful in every task Bar-maid Myself Happy Millionaire Happy A secretary A stenographer Successful A stenographer Beauty operator Happy Happy Taller Happy Successful Glamor girl Happy A teacher A success A secretary A soapbox orator Tall Good Successful Happy A bookkeeper Chorus girl or not to be Happy Happy, , In California Bookkeeper Secretary Filing Clerk A teacher A secretary Working Loved Roller Derby Skater Continued on Page 8 69 GOLF TEAM The "Wildcat" golfers started the season with an Sli to 3M victory over St. Xavier, a strong Cincinnati team, who had de- feated several of the other local schools, With one contest in the bag, our boys again looked forward to the tournament sponsored by the Kentucky Post, hoping to acquire the team trophy or some in- dividual award. Danville is to be host for the State Tournament, and the Newport foursome accepted the invitation to compete for the honors. The team will feel a great loss in Glenn Ormes who by his steady play has won many points. Glenn leaves us in june. The burden of piloting the team next year will fall on the husky shoulders of Anderson Owens, who has been playing in the lead off position because of his ef- fective play against the best players of our opponents. Newcomers to the team are William Grimm and Wesley Braun. Their quick development made possible our first win and if they continue to improve, Newport will have a good team this year with great possibilities for next year, also. RIFLE TEAM The Match Teams, of which there are two, are composed of ten men each. The placement on these teams is decided by the scores shot in the weekly matches. After each match is fired, the tar- gets are sent to Washington, where the returns are compiled, The five highest scores from each ten man teams are then counted, and the teams are given their ratings. The first team was high in their di- vision, and the second team was not far behind. The team won a match from a Highlands High School team that was coached by a Ft, Thomas Scoutmaster. The Newport Rifle Teams were the only teams from the State of Kentucky registered in the National Matches. The spring season closed with the rank of the ten highest members as followsi lll Horace Sargent, l2J Kenneth Petrie, l3l Emmet Smith, Hi Frank DeHof, William Krieger, Harry Thorn, l5l Lester Schaub, i6l Park Mclntosh, l7l Duan Oldfield, HSD Richard Chandler, l9l William Driver, llOl Emerson Alford. 70 STADIUM A. D OWENS Comes shoreleave and the crew troops to their favorite port of fun, the new recreation field. The Newport l-ligh School Stadium was finally completed in Sep- tember, l939. Through the cooperation of the United States Government, the Newport Board of Education, and the City of Newport, one of the finest recreation fields in the state was constructed on what was formerly Taylor Mill Bottoms, According to electrical experts, the football field is by far the best lighted field in Kentucky and one of the best in the United States, Circling the field is a quarter mile running track, Underneath the stadium, which has a seating capacity of 4500, are locker rooms and shower rooms for both home and visiting teams. The field and playing area of the baseball field, which is also lighted for night games, is larger than that of Crosley Field, the home of the Cincinnati Reds. The seating capacity of the baseball grandstand is l000. The entire project also includes tennis courts, wading pool, and playgrounds. The Newport l-ligh School Stadium, football field, and running track are under the exclusive supervision of the Board of Education. The other recreational facilities ,will be controlled by the City of Newport. The completed project represents an expenditure of Sl l5,000, of which 565,000 is paid by the community. The officials of the city contemplate an enlargement of the project in coming years. Giriis Athletic Association 72 COACH N, POE . 5 Jg ,ink ,gs- '-..-' . C-3. A. A. , Sailors, sailors everywhere, and not a stowaway in sight, And so it was when the re-enlisted mem- bers ot C, A. A. and the newly enrolled members. who had been placed on various color teams, launched into volleyball, the first activity ot the year. Other activities in which the girls participated were basketball, ping pong, aerial dart, kickball, baseball, bowling, horseback riding, swimming, checkers, bicycling, hiking, and skating. Service in this organization merits various awards which are given according to the number of points received by an individual throughout the voyage. Four hundred points merit a ping eight hun- dred, numerals, twelve hundred, a letter, sixteen hundred, a star, and the highest award, the "N" Ring, is given each year to the most outstanding senior girl in the Girls' Athletic Association as voted by the members ot the club. Toward the close of the cruise, the athletic minded passengers left the game room of the boat long enough to attend the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet in the mess hall. lt was here that the awards were presented by lvliss Poe, the club adviser. On the horizon appears the end of the l93-9-40 school year, the boat docks, the gangplank is low- ered, the girls leave the ship. and thus the tenth annual cruise of the Girls' Athletic Association is completed . . . Smooth sailing in the future? S 7? 9 Q, .D Every slwip on every sea has a full supply of life-preservers in case of disaster. Ours have prevented dis- aster. We thanlc our . ilgesavefzs QD 3 x. A -f .. . ...,J -.. , W I The Andrews Steel Co. The Newport Rolling Mill Co. The Globe lron Roofing 3: Corrugating Co. The Newport Culvert Co. N K lc With Best Wishes to the Class of 1940 WALKER MOTOR CO., Inc. Ford Sales Cr Service "lust to see how good our eats can be" you will enjoy more and more coming to our store Dutch Master Bakery 207 East Fourth St. Newport, Ky. som, 4090 Phone: HEmIock 9524 Newport, Ky. LITTLEFORD-NELSON SCHOOL of COMMERCE National Bank Neave Building Fourth at Race CINCINNATI 0 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 0 810 Monmouth Street "Where Prompt Service is a Habit" The Allen Supply Company Incorporated Builders' Supplies and Coal Office and Yards Tenth St. and Park Ave., Newport. Ky. Phone SO 2990-2991 Ray Lammers Music House School Band Cr Orchestra Instruments Rent an Instrument-Learn to Play. Rental later to apply on Purchase. Bargains in Used Instruments. Guaranteed Repairing Band and Orchestra Music 534 Walnut MAin 3334 NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION The true value . . . ol telephone service is established, not lay a dollar and cents standard, but hy the measure ol protection, convenience and comfort that it gives in its many uses Citizens Telephone Company Incorporated ,en P-"QW: C +5 og lu fl' g za: 2 U 4 7 H S EG I qs 4 G" "lfmonz sits C0mPIiments of REAL ESTATE Cv INSURANCE 103 East Seventh Street SOuth 1288 Ninth and Monmouth Newport, Ky. 0d0rleSS Cleaning ZIEGLER AND CUTFREUND G R E V E R cnolcs Mans AND caocsmss CLEANERS AND DYERS Hlland 2805 SOuth 1793 11th and Liberty Newport, Ky. AUGUST DIERINGER The W. H. Jones Paint Co. CHOICE MEMS "BROWNIE" 117 Saratoga St., Newport, Ky. S0uth 5460 Paints and Class 622 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky. Fo' A Bene' Used Ca' WM. YUNC AUTO SALES 15110116 South 1866 Sth fr Isabella Sts. Newport, Ky. 50 Cars To Choose From Greetings and Best Wishes The Geo. Wiedemann Brewing Co. Inc. NEWPORT KENTUCKY FROM A BOOSTER of CLEAN SPORT .. .A thousand good wishes for your success from HILAND DAIRY . . . But remember this: U The people who are progessive in science and in every activity of the human in- tellect, are the people who have used liberal amounts of milk." fSEALTEST So Here's Milk - Good Milk - and Success to You. HILAND DAIRY CO. Fred A. Erschell 8a Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS American National Bank Mem ber Federal Reserve System FOURTH AND YORK SREETS NEWPORT, KY. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Best Wishes to the Class of I940 L. C. "LOU" SICKMEIER Sheriff Compliments of NEWPORT MINERAL WATER CO. FENBERS C1 ROSING Every new style in hats and furnishings for young men. 826 Monmouth Street Music Printers Engravers and Lithographers The Otto Zimmerman Compliments of KNOBLOCH'S SERVICE STATION II4 East Sixth Street Newport, Ky. 8' son cm' lm' slLvER SHELL Print in Music Any Process Regfguranf and Cgnfecfignery . 835 Monmouth Street Phone HE 9ll0 Eslablwhed l876 PLATE LuNcHcs AND DINNERS Lawrence Rieclinger Real Estate F: Insurance Fifth F: York Streets Compliments of ARMAND'S CONFECTIONERY Eighth and Columbia Soft Drinks, Candy, Ice Cream, And Lunches 1. w. WETZEL a soN Staple and Fancy Groceries Newvvrt. KY- rum souu. lssa Third 6 Park Avenue Newport, Ky. BATHIANY Drugs - Wines - Liquors Compliments of Sixth and Monmouth Newport, Ky. S. S. KRESGE CO. Newport, Kentucky DIXIE CHILI PARLOR 733l4 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky. Quality 6 Service CLASS JEWELRY COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS DIPLOMAS HARCOURT 8: CO. IN C O RIPIHSKEA T E D OFFICIAL JEWELERS AND ENGRAVERS TO NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS ' ' Your Wash Day Friend" Telephone SOuth 2515 Best Wishes of CLEAN-RITE LAUNDRY r Newport, Ky. BOYS HCDROSCOPE Continued from Page 69 Name Favorite Expression Loves Hates Wants to be Backsman, I. Why? Eating To stop eating Employed Bankemper, D. You worry too much Rain Dis-chords Friend Barbieal R, ---- To sleep To wake up Success Berkley, S. "Why" To eat To get up Something Bishop, C. Oh! my back! To eat Flat tires Success Burns, R, Where's Betty? Betty Nobody Football Coach Burris, A, I tired. To eat David Copperfield Lawyer Chilia, R. jumpin' blue blazes Mathematics English Chief Cook G Bottle Washer Conley, K. Could be Dames, Brunette Opera Poppa Connor, I. Oh boy! Baseball Vilinter Coach Conway, W. Aw, nuts! Horses, women Turnips G-Man DeHof, F. l wouldn't worry about that Rover Haters C. P. A. Dittus, G. Take two and hit to right Baseball, basketball Pitchers ,400 Hitter Driver, W, Lend me a nickel Beer Milk Rich Frischholz, E. O K. Brunettes and more Vtfasting time Deserted with a brunette Galvin, T, That aint the way Experiments Homework Streetcar motorman heer it Goodwin, l. Well l'll be doggone To mess around Being bossed Great Graves, I. You're crazy Willie Catty girls Superman Greenholz, D. Get to business To talk Bad Manners Professional Continued on Page S7 National Academic Cap and Gown Company 821-823 Arch Street Philadelphia, Penna. Manufacturers and Outfitters of Academic Caps, Gowns and Hoods C-lee Club and Choir Robes Caps and gowns used by this high school, supplied by us 83 YOUNG 8: CARL STUDIO Exclusive Makers of Tiffanytone Portraits J rs . qi That Name Good Means ' Pictures Everything ' To To Us You !, ,hi tv' N. W. Cor. 7th Cr Vine Phone Cincinnati, Ohio Parkway 2277 Blue Grass Subclivison SOUTHGATE, KENTUCKY Lots S1250 up 10 Minutes to Cincinnati Two Blocks to Churches and Schools ADAM C. HAAS 724 Monmouth St. YU NG'S MEAT MARKET HOHMAISTAR Candies - Cigars - Novelties Seventh and Monmouth Streets Phone HE 9824 Newport, K Congratulations to the Class of 1940 ALBERT SAUER jeweler Established 1888 "GIFTS THAT LAST" 625 Monmouth Street Newport, Ky Telephone S0uth 1085 Compliments SCHlFF'S SHOE STORE 808 Monmouth Street Shoes for the Entire Family Congratulations to the Class of '40 ceo. 1. KAUFMANN . County' Clerk E I L E R M A N ' S Kentucky's Finest Stores For Quality - for Style - for Value E I L E R M A N ' S 818-820 Monmouth St. ,Eiga Our Compliments To TH E NEWPORTIAN AND THE CLASS OF 1940 Richard ancl Robert Kinstler IN. H. S. '387 HREPOSEH Photographers l hl d Ions in St. Jo h M h L I 0 Canada, d 1 d Rh d Island- 939' Southgate, Kentucky 4903 . rss? LIVE ELECTRICALLY! Depend on your nationally famous reliable electric service for more com- fort and convenience. UNION LIGHT, HEAT 8 POWER CO. ilncorporatedl BOY'S HOROSCOPE Continued from Page S3 Name Favorite Expression Loves Hates Wants to be Haines, W. liminy Crickets! ZoIa's eyes Town Drunks With Zola Heinlein, L. Fiddle de de Pestering No one Bachelor Hollowell, C. Sorry I'm broke Blondes, red heads Nobody Rich Huck, E. I could eat that To eat To sleep All-American Huff, N. Hiya Babe! Pretty girls To be idle Successful actor lones, W. Is that you MertP Everybody Dictators Guitarist Kaltenback, D. Watch it Bud. Sports Long-haired music Mad chemist Kilmer, F. Don't do it Beautiful Girls Dancing Engineer Kinsella, W. Tink Tom Pon Margie Tony C7 Wynne Bartender Knarr, E. Look here, McGee Sleep Grumpy teachers Married to working girl Langenbusher, R. li Everybody Crabby teachers Retired Macke, I. So what? litterbug Neckties Physicist Mason, R. What's that for? Sleep Spinach Successful McAndrew, C. Still love me Good books Studying Cop McCann, A. So what? Hamburgers Harpies Bachelor McHenry, R. Smile B. I. F. Kibitzer Success Messmer, H. When do we eat? Life Reading Graduated Mussman, I. Let's buckle down lolly crowds Procrastination Teacher Ormes, G. Hi Kid! To have fun To study A man Owen, E. So What? Sleeping Getting up A man Racke, W. Senior dues please Singing Dancing Clergyman Rankin, I. l'll be seein' you Riding Cleaning Successful Riefle, F. Howdy Keedl Eating Nobody Genius Riehemann, W. Hi Oscar Swing music Hillbilly music Success Robertson, P. - Everybody A pessimist Happy Root. B. il Bette Concerts Big business man Sargent, H. Howdy Hunting Dictators Electrical wizard Sawyer, O. That's all, signed Moe Mother Getting up College graduate Schroeder, B. mi- Everybody Nobody Theater magnate Shriver, W. It's a breeze Girls Bill Cr Tony Circus clown Smith, I. Youse guys Ieanne Blum Sneaks Milkman Straus, S. That's all, signed Moe Mary Catty People Successful Styles, E. l'll do it tomorrow Security Insecurity Salesman Swope, H. I haven't a word to say Dogs Cats Traveling salesman Templeton, W. Two finger salute Betty Belle Stag lines Millionaire Thorn, H. I did not Saturdays G Sundays Celery Pres. of Longview Tippenhauer, E. Hiya Mert Skate Cr dance Droops Man with a job Trame, H. lt's a free country Red hair Cats Aviator Volkmar, I, I don't care Leisure Nothing Weber, E, Izzat so? Doots Onions Big Wells, W. You were lucky Luke Street lights Daddy Wickelhouse, E. What have you got to eat? Chocolate nut sundaes Strawberry Sundaes Good cook I without nuts Wientges, W. I am the Dean A Little Girl Failing grades In WincheII's column Wientges, Wm. No kidding? Everybody No one Doctor Williams, R, Aw, nuts! Women Crabs litterbug Ziegler, D. Ye Gad Man General things Discontented people Billionaire ZE'.C.1iFI'lf,i?ZHiZR2'iG IC E C R EA M IADED APPETITES . . . "Spring-feverish" palates . . . spring quickly back to energy when you serve Nature's most delicious food dessert. PURE FRUITS blended with mich milk and cream and tantalizing ingredients produce the dish which appeals instantly to young and old. N0 DESSERT can take the place of Ice Cream at meals, 'tween meals or after meals To get the greatest enjoyment out of Ice Cream, use FRECHTLING'S SEALTEST Ice Cream-made in a model plant, and every ingredient thoroughly controlled by con- stant Iaboratory protection. FRECH'I'I.ING'S - "SeaItest" Ice Cream Compliments of IOHN 1. RADEL co. Engravings 'Y D Rl N K The Repro Engraving Co. 505 Elm street l EP n CINCINNATI, OHIO Bigger 6' Better THE GRAND-POP BOTTLING CO Complimentsof THE JUNIOR CLASS When Ordering Ham, Be Sure to Say B E C C 0 5'1?fL"ING ItWiII Be a- Asrv IDBIT Becco Hams are cured with infinite care with the view toward Appetite Enjoyment Newport, Ky. Co., Ing. Cincinnati, O. 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