Newport High School - Newportian Yearbook (Newport, KY)
- Class of 1951
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Anderson D Owens Sup! of Schools
The Admlnustratnon ot the Newport
Publuc Schools IS the responsubuluty ofthe
Board of Educatvon through the Superun
tendent of Schools who IS appounted by
the Board and who manages both the
educational and funancral program of the
schools The Treasurer Mrs Nenona
Kew IS responsrble for the safe keeprng
and dispersing of all funds and makes
regular monthly reports to the members
coverlng the funancual condutnon of the
The Superintendent make recommen
datlons to the Board for the appountment
of all school personnel and changes un
the curnculum of Schools
A record of each child an school age as
kept In the attendance otfuce
M y Louise Klesxman Secy to Sup!
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ass' ance officer and Gen Bohlengef Nlnona Kew Treasurer
WI Wl'0llT SLll00L B0 XRD
John F Galvm Harry J Macke Robert H Rohde Presndent Albert T Kung and Walter G
James L Cobb Principal
The actuvutues of our school center around
the offnce of the pruncnpal Mr James L Cobb
Mr Cobb supervnses the educatnonal recrea
tlonal and publlc relatlons programs of the
school Thus requnres a great deal of tame the
most of whnch IS given to the educataonal phase
Mr Cobb s office secretary and capable as
slstant us Mass Lnllnan Gnbb She ns one of the
busuest people nn the school Besldes her regu
lar office dutres she spends many hours mnmeo
graphung tests and bulletins and suoplynng nn
formatnon as well as excuses for the students
Llllran Gnlb Secretary to the Pnnclpal
MRS. GLADYS GARNER
College: Transylvania College Uni-
versity of Cmcmnati Urvversity f
Degree A B Guidance Lounselcr
Likes Fushmg and Early Amerlcan
Glass and China
MR JAMES PARKE
College Ohuo State Umversntv College
e ree B A an M
Musncal Dnrector Dean of Boys
Lakes Eating and ransmg ehuckens
MISS MATTIE PHILLIPS
Je v r I f Cnr-fmnan
Degree A B
Teaches Amerucan and Werld Hlstory
Dean of Gnrls
MISS MARY LEE CALDWELL
tucky University of Cincinnati Degree A B and
M A Teaches English Sponsor forYTe ns Likes
MISS EVALYN COLLIVER
College Georgetown College Degree A B Teach
es Spanish and American History Likc Photo
MISS BERNICE CULBERTSON
College Miami University Oxford Ohio Univer
sity of Cincinnati Degree B S Tea hes Sten
ography Bookkeeping and Commercial Law Likes
Photography and collecting figurines
MISS HAZEL GIRVIN
College Berea College University of Cincinnati
Degree A B and M A Teaches Latin and
English Senior Class Advisor Likes Travel
MR STANLEY ARNZEN
College Morehead State Teachers College Uni
versity of Cincinnati Degree B S Head Basket
ball Coach Assistant Football Coach Likes All
MR HOWARD BARNETT
College University of Kentucky University of
Cincinnati Taylor University Degree B S Teach
es Chemistry Mathematics and History Sponsor
for Bowling Club Likes Playing golf and tennis
MRS BURNETTA BROWNFIELD FLAIRTY
College University of Kentucky Degree A B
Te ches Physical Education Sponsor for Girls
Athletic Association Likes Photography
MR EDWIN K BURTON
College Pacific University Oregon Degree B S
Teaches Mechanical Drawing Coaches Track
Freshman Football and Basketball Likes, All sports
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Miss GYPSY GRAY
College: University of Cincinnati, Columbia Uni'
versity, Northwestern University. Degree: B. En
Teaches: Commercial Subjects. Likes: Sewing, l
reading, and music.
MR. LYLE HAGGARD
College: Transylvania College. Degree: A. B.
Teaches: Physics. Likes: Sports, huntinfi, fishing,
photography, collecting arrowheads, and teaching
school at Newport,
MISS GRACE HARPER
College: University of Cincinnati, Miami University,
Oxford, Ohio, Ohio State University, Columbia Uni-
versity. Degree: A, B. Teaches: Chemistry. Likes:
Clay modeling, cooking, and reading.
MRS. CHARLOTTE KERNAN
College: Wittenberg College. Degree: A. B. Teach-
es: Biology, Psychology, and Sociology. Head of
Visual Aids and Sponsor for Z. O. N. Sorority.
Likes: Antiques and her dog.
MISS ALMA LAMB
College: George Peabody College for Teachers, Wil-
mington College, Wilmington, Ohio. Degree: A. B.
Teaches: English. Sponsor for Walden Club and
Pen Pal Club. Likes: Flowers, collecting stamps,
coins, and antiques.
MISS MARY E. MORRIS
College: Western College for Women, Columbia
University, Degree: A. B. and B. S, in Library
Science. Librarian Likes: Reading and knitting.
MISS JEANNETTE OWENS
College: Transylvania College. Degree: B.
Teaches: Science. Likes: Cooking, baking: and
fancy work. it
MRS. ODESSA PARKER
College: Private Jr. College, Eastern State Teachers
College, University of Cincinnati's Teachers Col-
lege. Degree: B. S. Teaches: Art. Likes: Painting,
poetry, and young people.
MISS ELLA STONE SPENCER
College: Kentucky Wesleyan, University of Cin-
cinnati. Degree: A, B. and M. E. Teaches: English
Sponsor for Future Teachers of America.
MISS BARBARA STRANGE
College: Morehead State College. Degree: B. S.
Teaches: Home Economics. Sponsor for Future
Homemakers of America. Likes: Travel, reading,
and being with people.
MISS LOIS TANNER
College: University of Kentucky, Miami University,
Oxford, Ohio, University of Cincinnati, Illinois
State University, Normal University. Degree: B. E.
Teaches: Health and Business English. Likes: Gar-
dening, young people, collecting figurines, and
MISS MARY TANNER
College: Universit yof Kentucky, Miami University,
Oxford, Ohio, University of Cincinnati, Illinois
State University, Normal University. Degree: B. E.
Teaches: Commercial Subjects Likes: Hiking and
A S W E S li E K
Mus. LEILA PEAK
College: Union College, Barbourville, Ky. Univer-
sity of Kentucky Degree: A, B. Teaches: Mathe-
rnatics. Annual Advisor. Likes: Cooking, music
theater, and teaching school.
MISS HAZEL RYAN
College: University of Cincinnati, Degree: A. B
Teachesi Spanish. Likes: Reading and art.
MR. JOSEPH L. SEIBERT
College: Georgetown College. Degree: A. B. Teach
es: Speech and English. Likes: Antiques.
MISS HARRIETT SMITH
College: University of Cincinnati. Degree: B. E
Teaches: Health, History, and English. Likes
Dramatics and the theater.
MRS. DOROTHY TEBBS
College: DePauw University, Greencastle, lndiana.
Degree: A. B. Teaches: English. Sponsor for Junior
Red Cross. Likes: Travel, flowers, and birds.
MR. DONALD WALKER
College: Transylvania College, College of the Bible.
Degree: A. B. and B. D. Teaches: Manual Train-
ing. Likes: Bench-Made Cabinets and Colonial Re-
MISS KATHERINE E. WARREN
College: University of Cincinnati, University of
Kentucky, Ohio State University. Degree: B. S.
Teaches: Bookkeeping. Sponsor for Honor Society
and Student Council. Likes: Music and collecting
MISS NORMA WELLS
College: Morehead State Teachers College. Degreeg,
A. B. Teaches: Mathematics. Likes: Teaching at
MISS KATHERINE WERNER
College: University ot Cincinnati. Degree: B. S.
Teaches: Home Economics. Head of Cafeteria.
Likes: Music and reading.
MRS. LORENA T. WETZEL
College: Virginia lntermbnt College, University of
Virginia, Hollins College, University of Cincinnati.
Degree: B. A, Teaches: Mathematics. Sponsor for
Kappa Phi Gamma Sorority. Likes: Reading.
MR. CLAUDE WILSON
Colleges: University of Cincinnati. Deqree: B. S.
Teaches: Physical Education. Head Football Coach.
Likes: Reading and Football.
MISS ALICE WITTERIED
College: University of Cincinnati. Degree: B. S.
Teaches: Typing, Business English, and Business
Economics. Head of Newporter. Sponsor for Skat-
ing. Likes: Sports, reading and traveling.
OFFICE STAFF Mnss Lnllran Gnbb seated Standmg Icft to nght P Dernck L Galluccl S
MATHEMATICS George Dcmctrc cxplams a plane Geometry problem for Mlss Wells and one
of her clwsses
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Hale, F. Roberts, F. Combs, D. Mul,Iins, C. lMoore, N. Kinzcr, and Hamilton., ' , b
On October 24 l95O the Freedom
Bell rang out In Cermany telling the
world that the answer to nts problems
today ns peace Sometnrnes we as Amer
:cans have forgotten and fall to ap
precnate the lnberty our forefathers
fought and dued for because we have
cnloyed nt for so long
Luberty ns a gift we nnherlted a gxft
mor valuable than gold It: freedom
and as free people we can attend
schools and churches of our chonce
and en'oy the freedom of the press
freedom of speech and fre dom of
many other things that people rn some
countrzes fund hard to belneve
Tomorrows chxldren wnll hold dear
what the leaders of today wull do for
the nation Let us In the future thunk
and buuld for the generatuons to come
so that Freedom can rang tn their
of General Lucrus Clay when he sand
May nts voice lnft a note lf warmth
nn the hearts of all that hear It As the
notes of thc Freedcm Bell d ed away
we resolved as growung Amerucwns to
do our pdrt to make the world a better
and more peaceful place an whnch to
Repluca of Frcedom Bcll on Fountain Square
Same of the Boys nn Home Room 'I4 listen whsle a recordmg of the rlngmg of the Freedom Bell
IS bemg made by Mr Parke
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IDEA: Mr. Burton directs Dickie Meyer in mechanical drawing.
TOOL CRIB: Harold Rogers and A. C McDonald check out
equipment necessary for construction.
FINISHED PRODUCT: Norman Turner, and Louis Waggncr
polish chair side chest
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The Household Arts Depart
ment is directed by Miss Kather
ine Werner and Miss Barbara
Strange Both rooms of the de
partment are filled to capacity
every period of the day Here the
girls learn not only how to face
future problems of their own but
how to adjust themselves to their
Few people realize what goes
on beyond the scenes of the class
Some think of it only as the
hum of a sewing machine or the
smell ot cooking food but to their
amazement the girls are taught
how to prepare a well balanced
meal the care of young children
some interior decorating and the
making of beautiful garments.
They learn how to entertain how
to budget their time and money
and how to be well groomed Some
even overcome bashfulness and
inferiority complex. A strong feel-
ing of lasting friendship develops
among the classmates.
So you can see there are many
reasons for a girl taking a course
in Household Arts. Everyone that
has taken it would surely say that
words cannot express her appre-
ciation for such a worthwhile
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0Fl+'lClillS AND AllYISOIl
Otto Budig, Presidentg Tom Brennan, Vice-
Presidentg Sally Hamilton, Treasurerg Martha
Slwackletord, Secretaryj Miss Hazel Girvin, Ada
viser, in center,
ABNER BETTY JEAN BET
A 2 3 Annual Staff Chorus
Y Teens 3
ABNEY FARRELL B ABNER
clnll I 3 4 Foot
Slu 3 Clu
JUDICY CI1 s Trcasuru
AXT FAYE CAROL SNOOKS
A A 2 Jr Red Cross 2 3 4 Stu en
ouncll I Hon r no V
Teens 2 Spamsh 2
BLACKWELL ANNA MARGARET
oru I 2 4 M1nstre I 2 Dance
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BLADES ROY THOMAS SLEEPY
Vlslnl Amis 4
BOYAR MARY ANN BARBARA
A A 3 Inter No I Stud lCour1
3 4 Nrwportor Sl1ff4 Holmes rhqh School
J Slmtnng Club 4
BRENNAN THOMAS JOSEPH
Chorusl 4 M1r1strcl2 3 4 l'lC'l1OI'SOCl9fY
3 4 Camera Club 2 Golf Club 2 Newport
cr Staff 4 Annual Staff Jumor Class PFCSI
dont Scmor Class Vnce Presldenl'
BRINGMANN NANCY LEE CURLY
YTec-ns 2 Mmsfrel 2 3 4 F H A 4
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BUCHANAN MILA KAY
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3 4 Inter Nosl 2 Newporfer 4 Annual
Staff 3 Art Edltor 4
BUDIG JR OTTO M OTT
seballl 2 3 2 3 4 Foot
I 2 Annual Edntor Sennor Clas Presldent
orus I 2 Stu ent Councul I
Newporter 4 Honor SOCIETY 3 4 Munstrel
Sensor as Pla Bo s State
Swlmmmg 3 4
CALHOUN DOROTHY ELIZABETH
A A I 2 3 4 Annual St f' YTee
Newporter Staff 4 F H A 4 Jr
Cross 3 Chorus 3
CAPEK BOB PECIK
Swlmmlng 2 3 4
CECIL MARGIE ANN MARGE
A A Honor Socsety 3 4 Y Teens 2
3 Sec y 4
COCHRAN JEAN TWIN
peretta I 2 3 nce Club I
Musnc Board 3 Ann al Staff
COCHRAN JOAN TWIN
Munstrel I 2 te
eretta I 2 3 ance Club I 2
Musuc Board 2 Annual Staff
COMBS FANNIE LEE FRAN
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3 Mun 2 3 4 Dance
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ming 3 4
COPENHAVER JOAN SNUFFY
A A 2 3 4 Dance 3 Cheer
er 3 4 F H A 4 Skatruq flub 3
Newporfer 4 Annual Staff
COWENS JUNE DELORES JUNIE
A A 2 3 Treas 4 YTec 2 Se
3 4 Spannsh Club Sec y 2 Mmsf cl 3 New
porter 4 Annual Staff
COX MARVIN JOE COZY JOE
l 2 Conscrvatlon l Mnstrel 2 3 4 p
r tta 3 Band 3 4 Rifle Club
DAY DONALD LEO DON
otball l 2 3 N C Weight
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DEATON MANUEL EDWARD BUD
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DITTUS EVELYN VIRGINIA
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DRAKE JOHN C JOHNNIE
s etball I Latun Club I
EDWARDS DONALD KILLER
otballl 2 T ckl 2 Bask fb
EMBS DONALD C DON
otball I 1 ketball I 2
servanon Club 2 Newportcr 3 4 Bowling
Club 4 Annuil Staff
FRANZEN DONALD C FRIZ
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Chorus I 4 Mlnstrel 2 3 4 CJWSGYVEIIOH
Club Presndcnt 2 Golf Club 2 Annual Staff
Newporter Staff 4 .lunnor Class Vice Press
FROEHLICH JERRY ALAN FROCK
Camera Club I F tball 2 3 4 Skatn g
Club 2 Track 2 Conservatuon xlub 2 Jr
Red Crosb 3 Annual Staff 3 4
GALLUCCI LAURA KATHYRN KAY
A A B 2 3 Chor
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GAULDIN FRANCES IRENE FRAN
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Annual Phutugraphu 2 3 4 Vu u I Aids 4
GROTHAUS LEONARD EDWARD
Chorus I 2 Jr Rod Cross 3 Mmstrcl 2
HALE SHARON LEE SHARE
Inter Nos I 2 Ncwporter 2 I-I nor Society
An uul 'Aff D n-to Club 2 3 4
A A l 2 Ottnco Staff 4 Student Councll
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HALL DONALD RAY HUGGER
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HAMILTON SALLY ANN SAL
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Coty 3 4 Sensor Class Treasurer Junror
Class SCCrct1ry Nawportcr Staff 3 4 uw t
I-mcurt Ouc n Attendant 3 Footlwll Queen
Attundant 4 Gmrls State 3 Off fc Staff 4
HARDEN THOMAS Iln Servicel TOM
HARTMAN BILL MARTIN
wllng Club 4' Football I' fnicrvation
HILL DONALD SNOWDEN DON
otball I 2 3 4 NClub 2 3 4 Con
vatlon Club 2
HOEFINGHOFF DONNA MAE HOFF
A A C 'P Ban
2 Annual Staff
HUBER GLORIA JEAN HUB
eensl 2 4 In
Nos l 2 Honor Society 3 4 Lance Club
3 Annual Staff
LANTHORNE EUGENE LOUIS
Football l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 Camera
ub l 2 Base
C ub l 2 3 4 Chorus 4 Mlnsf el 3 n
servutuon Club 2 Ncwporter 3 4 Annual
LENSE WILLIAM ALBERT BILL
LITTLETON DONALD LAWRENCE
Skating Club 3 4
LLOYD ROBERT RUPERT
Skatung Club l 2 3 4 Conserv hon Club
2 Vlsu1lAldS 3 4
LYMAN LLOYD LEROY lln Servncel
C mera Club l Vnsual Ands 3 4
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MALONEY JEWELL ANN JEW
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MARSH RALPH WILBERT
Skatrng Club I 2 Conservatnon Club 2
Honor Socrcty 3 4
MCKINNEY JEANNE CAROLYN KAY
Ma omttc I 2 3 4 Y Teens I 2 Operetta
McLAUGHLlN WILLA LEA
Socnety 3 4 Y Teens 2 Annu I St ff
MOORE LORENIA RENIE
Honor Soclcty 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Newportcr
Staff 3 Jr Rad Cross 3
MORGAN MARILYN LEE MERT
nd I 4 Ops 2 3 Chor
YTecn5 I 2 Honor Socnety 3 4 Annual
MORGAN VENA RHONDA RONNIE
Srrnon Kenton I Glee Club I 2 Dramatic
Club I 2 Honor Soclety 3 4 Newporter
Staff 4 Annual Staff YTeens 4 F H A
Vace Presldcnt 4
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MYERS JERRY DONALD
NUESLEIN JOYCE MARIE
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ODER REUBEN EARL GUS
Vrsual Alds 3 4
PALM JUNE SHIRLEY DUTCH
G A A I 2 Spanrsh b Conservatron
Club 2 Honor Soclcty 3 4
PIGG BOB LEE BULLETS
N Club 3 4
PITTARD JOAN PITT
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Cheerleader 2 3 4 Dancc. Club
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PRICE GEORGE lln servucel
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REED DONALD LEWIS RED
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ROBERTS, FERN GLADYS
G. A. A. I, 2, 3, Sec'y 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3,
4, Newporter I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, Football
Queen Attendant 2, Office Staff 2, 3, 4,
Minstrel I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 2,
Dance Club I, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff.
ROGERS, LLOYD KENNETH "ROD"
Honor Society 3, 4.
SCHNEIDER, JUDY MAE "BO BO"
G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Club I, 2, 3,
Skating Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, 4.
SHACKLEFORD, MARTHA JEAN
G. A. A. I, 2, Newporter Staff 2, 3, Editor
4, Library Staff 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Vice-Pres.
3, Pres. 4, Student Council 2, Honor Society
3, 4, Minstrel 3, Annual Staff, lAssociate
Business Managerj Senior Class Sec'y, Pen
SHACKLEFORD, VIRGINIA ROSE
Jr, Red Cross 3.
STRASINGER, JANET MAY "JAN"
G. A. A. I, 2, Board 3, 4, Y,Teens I, 3,
SUTTON, BARBARA JOANN "BOBBIE"
Inter Nos I, 2, G. A A. I, 2, 3, Newporter
3, Student Council 4, Honor Society 3, 4,
TRAUTMAN, BETTY JANE "BEE"
G. A, A. l, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I,
Spanish Club 2, Honor Society 3, 4.
TREMPER, CLAUDE "SLEEPY"
Football l, Weight Lifting l.
TURNER, NANCY "NAN"
ULRICH, VIVIAN LEE "VIV"
Y-Teens 2, 3, Annual Staff.
USLEMAN, RONALD LEE "USE-LESS"
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WARD, RONALD EARL "RON"
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2, 3, 4, Camera Club l, Pcn Pal l, Dramuticg.
2, Opcrctra l, 4, Walden Club l.
WESSLING, SANDRA MYRLIN
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2, Annual Staff, Pon Pal l, Libw-rv Staff l,
2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Honor Socictv 3, 4,
WHITE, JAMES T. "WHIZZER"
Football l, 2, 3, 4' Basketball l, 2.4: Hi-Y
3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, N Club l. 2. 3, 4,
WHITE, MARY DELORES "MARY DEE"
G. A. A, l, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics l, Dance Club
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The willing workers which we label
the Production Staff are responsible at
the beginning ot the year tor layouts Be
hind the scenes many suggestion ideas
and brain storms have been c lminated
into this th l95l Newportian
Our oil can the Business St tt keeps
us rolling on by doing a good Job of Col
lecting adds, taking orders, and keeping
our funds intact.
Last but not l-east in those wheels of
progress is the Editorial Staff, which is
responsible tor headlines, cut lines, and
write-ups for each page.
All of this work is done under the help-
ful supervision ot our advisor Mrs. Leila
EDITORIAL STAFF Fnrsl' row S Hamllton J Cowens
D Cox M Wllls J Copenhaver D Calhoun L Galluccl
Second row F Gauldm S Hale D Hall S Wessllng B
Abner R Morgan D Hoeflnqhoff M Shackleford Thlrcl
row M Buchanan B Wuse-nan G Lanthornc J Myers
J Rauss D Grcy 0 Budng
Mass Lcnla Pcak Sponsor
Wllls J Copcnhaver D Calhoun L Galluccl V Ulrlch
Second row J Huber S Hale D Hall S Wesslmg S
Morgan D Hochnghoff M Boyar M Shackleford J
Froellch Thurd row B Wiseman A Zlmmerman J
Cochran J Cochran J Strasunger E Dnttus F Gauldm
G Lanthornc D Franzcn T Brennan R Cook
BUSINESS STAFF: First row: S. Hamilton, F. Roberts, M.
The hum of typewriters, the snap-
ping of pictures, the reporters racking
their brains, the sound of the editor's
voice saying, "Where's that copy,'
'Count these words,' 'How many inches
does that take," all add up to one thing,
the Newporter Staff. Yes, rooms
twenty-one and twenty-two were regu-
lar bee hives of activity this year put-
ting out the "Newporter", our school
The editors, Martha Shackleford,
Mary Ann Boyar, and Don Young, Jr.
with the assistance of Miss Witteried,
advisor, and the staff worked many
hours putting out a good paper. "The Sfaff proofs galley sheets."
First row: F, Roberts, C. McGuftey, B. Jones, B. Wagner, S. Hamilton, D. Castor, J. Copenhaver
S. Schol, A, Price, l-l. Watson, G Robinson. Second row: R. Gadd, J. Cowcns, D. Cox, B
Howard, R. Stephenson, F. Gauldin, J. Mcorc, S. Engle, J. Tehan, S, Mcrgan, E. Picrman, N
Bringmann, Miss Wittericcl. Third row: D. Young, G Lanthorne, T. Brennan, D. Franzcn, J
Bickcl, P. Barker, B Corneliui, R Neal, O. Budig, D, Gray. Fourth row: D. Calhoun L Gallucci
J. McDermott, B. Maloney, D. Hall, R. Stephenson, M, Shackletord, R. Morgan, M. Buchanan
R. Banderman, M. Boyars, G. Stoklcy, S. Fahlbush.
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The freshman were recog
nrzed and the sensors felt au
thorrty on thus day ol Fresh
man lnntuatuon The halls
an array of color and actavxty
gurls with hanr fled IN socks
and boys wlth theur pants on
backwards were very funny
profited In that their books
were carrred all day the
trays carrned at lunch tnme
and theur stomachs fulled
wuth candy cookies and
chewung gum Some ot the
teachers even got therr
boards washed and thenr
floors swept Since the fresh
man were good srorts the
sensors treated them to a
dance and cokes after school
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Tllli DIAII MINSTIIELS 0F '51
Here we are again rejoicing over the tremendous
success of our annual Minstrel.
Ot course, there were the end-men, who were the
main attraction ot our show. Their funny jokes and
stunts and even funnier solos took everyone, young
and old, back to the good days ot the Minstrel when it
was at its peak, Everyone certainly enjoyed them.
The songs by the chorus and orchestra, such as "Set
Down Servant," "Blow, Gabriel, Blow", and "All the
Things You Are" were outstanding. There were also
solo performances by Ronald Ward, singing the "Wit-
tenpoot Song", and a special chorus singing "You're
Just in Love."
We would also like to thank Dr. Owens for his con-
tribution in making the show a greater success,
A few ot the dances presented by the girls in the
Dance Club were "The Petite Waltz Ballet", "Charles-
ton", "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody", and "Sweet
Georgia Brown," and the "A-Train", The solos were a
few in number, "The Bowery" by Fannie Combs and
Anne Lee Stanley, "Yankee Doodle Dandy" by Shirley
Hutton and Tommy Bitzer, and "Sweet Georgia Brown"
by Sharon l-lale.
The show closed with the Finale on March 30, Then
at a later date, it was presented a second time in Cin-
cinnati at the l-lyde Park Public School.
The end-men were assisted and the Chorus and
Music was directed bv Mr. J, W, Parke, and Chore-
ography by Ellen Stanhope.
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Don Hall as Joe Scales Jnm Whnte as Jack Gulbreth Don Embs as Ball
Gnlbreth Marvnn Cox as Dr Burton Otto Budsg Jr as Mr Gnlbrefh
Lloyd Rogers as Fred Gllbreth Torn Brennan as Frank Gllbreth John
Drake as Larry Ronald Uslernan as Dan Gulbreth Martha Cecul as
Martha Gllbreth Betty Abner as Mus Brill Carolyn AACKIPHEY as Ann
Gulbreth Sallv Hamulton as Erncstunc Gnlbreth June Cowens as Lvlllan
Galbrefh Jean Huber as Mrs Gnlbrcth Rhonda Morgan as Mrs
Barbara Cogens, 'Queen
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First row: J. Schiller, B. Jones, B. Becker, G. Brock, D. Losey, N. Combs, V. Decker, R. Stephen-
son. Second row: C. Swopc, D. Hall, P. Owen, B. Sutton, R. Usleman, G. Budig, D. Harris, Miss
Katherine Warren, M. Boyars. Third row: R. Stephenson, J. Williams, S. Fahlbush, D. Adams,
D. Spradlin, M. Johnson, J. Rauss, C. Foy, G. Sizemore, J. Griffin.
The Student Council is a body of high
school students who bring before a faculty
"Santa will soon be hcrc"
committee suggestions by pupils which are
beneficial to the entire school, Its members
are elected by popular vote of the home-
rooms, cach homeroom choosing one repre-
sentative cn his ability to converse, and on
the basis of grades.
Any important suggestion is first discuss-
ed by the homeroom, Then, when the stu-
dent body has brought out all the maior
points, it is the duty of their representative
t3 put it into the form of a motion before the
Student Council lf it is considered appropri-
atc, the entire Council may vote for its ap-
proval. Then, the President of the Council
peisonallv discusses the problem with the
higher school officials. lf they too, consider
the suggestion beneficial, plans for its ex-
ecution are made.
Newport is a member of the National As-
sociation of Student Councils, and many im-
orovements to property and school have
been made through the efforts of its Coun-
First row: J, Palm, S. Hamilton, B. Trautman, M. Cecil, D. Cox, L. Moore J Huber Second
row: S. Hale, W. McLaughlin, S. Wessling, R Morgan, B. Wiseman, F. Axt M Morgan C
Williams, Miss K. Warren, M. Shackleford. Third row: B Sutton, D. Hall R Usleman R
Marsh, T. Brennan, L. Rogers, P. Yeager, O. Budig, D. Grey, L. Groathaus
The Honor Society ot Newport High
School is composed of senior students who
have maintained an average of 90 or more
throughout their high school studies. Mem-
bers are chosen in the last half of their
junior year after a complete investigation
ot grades has been made by a committee of
the society members. They are initiated this
same year, and organize the group when
they return their senior year.
Under the very capable direction of Miss
Katherine E. Warren, officers tor this year
were elected at the opening meeting. Don-
ald Hall was named as President, Phil Yeag-
er as Vice-President, and Faye Axt, Secre-
To familarize members with the functions
and meaning of the Honor Society one meet-
ing is directed to reports on the origin of
the various symbols, and the purpose of the
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Furst row F Roberts B Wagner G Strassunger B Becker S Hamilton J Cowens J Beckley
J Ratlutf P Payn N Mahret B Cornelius Second row Muss Mary Lee Caldwell M Barkhau
N Brudewell J Strassunger M Buchanan A Peaslack R Morgan C Johnson F Stokley B
Kunzer D Blackwell D Wrught J Whuttman Third row S Burd P Bird M McKinney J
Rutter D Cox B Howard R Steohenson J Dedrnan J Nuesleun E Puerman N Puckett M
Coleman M Cecil M Shacklefor:l A Dickerson Fourth row J Stahl N Combs A Baker
Val! S S oll M D ruck A e Boo J Derruc G Lynagh S Daley
Fux E Sansorn
The purpose of the YTeen Cl.ib is to
build a Christian fellowship between women
During the past Summer Martha Shackle
ford and Sally Hamilton attended a Y Teen
Camp at Camp Lenmary in Indiana
The fall t rm marked the Conference at
Simon Kenton which was attended by Sally
Hamilton June Covxens Dorothy Cox Emma
Lou Pierman and Martha Shackleford,
Martha was then elected President of the
Conference to preside at the spring meeting.
Other activities of the year included a pie
supper and square dance, which every one
thoroughly enjoyedj a style show, potato
chip sale, and other seasonal programs
Miss Mary Lee Caldwell, the adviser is
aided bv the officers who are Martha Shack-
leford, President: Sally Hamilton, Vice-Presb
dent Maroie Cecil Secretary and Mila
The latest un Teen Fashions
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Left to right: S. Scholl, Miss Morris, S. Wcssling, R. Stephenson, F. Wilson. At Table: B.
Wagner, J. Boots. Magazine Stand: E. Ficldcrs, J. Daybcrry. Back Table: B. Sandlin, L. Said.
"Librarians at work"
lf you are looking for information on per-
sons, places, things, or just browsing, you
will find yourself in the Newport High
School Library. There are approximately
4500 books filled with knowledge and en-
joyment, plus various magazines and news-
papers that are easily accessible to the
faculty and student body.
Our Librarian, Miss Mary Elizabeth Mor-
ris, has a Library Staff of l2 students, who
help with many of the duties that must be
performed daily, This staff is made up of
both boys and girls from all four classes, To
be eligible you must have passing grades
in all subjects and spend one half of your
period on library duties.
There are no school credits given to the
student staff for their work, but every year
awards of appreciation are given by Miss
Morris, according to the number of years
one has served on the staff. These awards
are made at a special banquet for staff mem-
Favors forxVeterans' Hospital"
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Have you ever seen fourteen busy work-
-ers making things and trying to make others
happy? Yes, the Junior Red Cross is still
carrying out the motto, "Service for others."
This year, the club made nut cups and
favors for the veterans' hospital and or-
phanages, S2715 was collected from the
activity fee was contributed to the National
Children's Fund, and the Educational Fund,
Plans were made for sending an album to
Italy in return for the splendid one, illus-
trating Italian school activities and customs,
that they sent to us.
This year we have a new teacher sponsor,
Mrs, Dorothy Tebbs. We would like to ex-
press our gratitude to her, for her energetic
The officers for the year were: President,
Faye Axtg Vice-President, Sandra Morgan,
Secretary, Emma Lou Pierman, Treasurer,
First row: J. Hall, D. Watson, C. McGuffey, J, Hill. C. Tedrow, B. Trautman, F. Gauldin, Second
row: L. Gallucci, E. Pierman, J. Schneider, F. Axt, S. Morgan, R. Gadd, J. Adorneho, Mrs. Tebbs.
The Skating Club under the capable
sponsorship of Miss Alice Witteried, com-
mercial teacher, boasted some forty mem-
bers this year.
The club went skating at Sefferino's Roll-
er Rink on Saturday evenings. Despite a
few "ups" and "downs" many wonderful
times were had. These experiences were not
confined to members alone. Non members,
both in and out of school enjoyed attending
the parties also. The Skating Club really did
much in promoting friendship.
During the first of the year they also
went swimming at the Y, but all of the
members did not take part in this enjoyable
The officers for the year were as follows:
President, Bob Lloyd, Secretary, Betty
Saupe, and Treasurer, Pat Norton.
First row: J. Moore, B. Lloyd, B. Soupe. Second row: D. Young, P. Norton, B. Wagner, B
Clark, B. Hamilton, H. Moore, M. Graft, B. Becker, G. Strasinger, W. Hatton, D. Castor, C
Fix, D. Schneider. Third row: Miss Witteried, E. Stegner, S. Scholl, J. C. Copenhaver, B. Long
R. Royce, C. Tomlin, A. Price, H. Valz, J. Stahl, K. Wagner, 0. Bailey, B. Lewis, D. Wester-
camp, C. Wasser, J. Sharp, J. Adornetto. Fourth row: M. Boyar, D. Littleton, M. Thomas, R
Bergman, P. Barker, D. Wright, J. Bickel, J. Craft, C. Drowns, A. Noll, B. Dryer, D. Weber, R
Neal Fifth row: M. Coleman, J. Schneider, J. Holden, J. McDermott, R. Anderson, R. Stanhope
B. Weber, M. Ravenscraft, C. Downs, N. Bridewell, S. Hutton, P. Boyars, J. Bergman, P. McCane
The Walden Club made a great showing
this year by increasing its membership to
thirty-eight students The club, taking its
name from the book "Walden" by Henry
David Thoreau, is very interested in the
study of nature. Their aim is to stimulate
interest in nature through th-e building of a
The club, under the capable guidance of
Miss Alma Lamb, took its annual trip to
Fort Ancient, They also sponsored a lectur-
er, Mr Cleveland Grant, who gave an en-
tertaining and educational program on
American Birds and Big Game. For some of
their many projects, the Walden Cl-.ib Plant-
ed tulips in the school yard and decorated
the building at Christmas time
The officers for the year are as follows
President, Barbara Wagner, Vice-President,
Marlene Dietriechj Secretary, Marilyn Hill,
Treasurer, Henry Feldman, and Historian,
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First row: J. Schiller, F. Wilson, D. Curry, D. Wilhoite, R. Adkison, B. Wagner, B. Becker, D.
Schneider, M. Bell. Second row' E. Scars, H Valz, O. Wiles, H. Bridewcll, J. Stricker, M. Hill,
G. Stephens, S. Reynolds, G. Holland, G. Rich, C. Wasser, C. Gebhardf, A. Kushnernoff, Miss
Lamb. Third row: J. Case, H. Feldman, J. Kinq, J. Schneider, L. Risley, L. Huber, J. Adornefto,
J. Parker, D. Manning, B. Webb, P. Allen, B. Dinser, M. Derrick, R. Neal, C. Gray.
This year the Pen Pal Club has as its
capable officers the following: President,
Sondra Morgan, Secretary, Emma Lou Pier-
man, Vice-President, Ruby Gadd: and His-
torian Charlotte McGuffey.
The worthwhile purpose of this club
is to gain knowledge of the customs and tra-
ditions, music, games and folklore of the
people of foreign countries. They wish to
broaden our relationship and friendship with
other lands, and promote a feeling of good-
will between our nation and the other na-
tions of the world.
Some activities of the club were collect-
ing greeting cards and placing them into
albums to be given to the orphanage home
and make table favors.
At one of their meetings a speaker dis-
played various curios and articles that she
had received from other countries.
The club concluded the year with a large
dinner for its members.
Making Christmas Card Scrap Book"
P EN I' A LS
First row: C. McGuffy, D. Wilhoite, S. Jackson, F. Gauldin, E. Pierman, S. Morgan. Second row:
R. Gadd, G. Dawn, S. Hasse, C. Adams, D. Lambert, Miss Alma Lamb.
First row: S. Emerson E. Sears C Adams J Wittman D Spradlin B Boyers D Said A Price
A Baker B. Webb M. Johnson E Harvey P Allen E Sears N Mahret A Pcaslack P
Derrick. Second row: J. Necamp F Roberts P Norton P Becker B Wagner B Clark V
Crawford R. Franzen D. Watson D Schneider S Bird E Sansom H Oder B Foy M Graf
J. Hill, F. Combs, A. Stanley, J Ratliff J Derrick C Moore Third row G Strasinger P
Payne, M. Joos, G. Lynagh, S. Daley, J. Moore, C. Haer, C. Tedrow, J. Mueller, C. Wagner
M Wells S. Hale P Hearold B. Hofacker J. Weber, E. Fieldcrs, G. Pryor, C. Rosenhagen, M
McKinney, P. Bird, E. Mitts, E. Moss, D. lssacs, N. Buckler, V. Decker, J. Derrick, L. Gallucci
M. Coleman N. Birdwell, J. Beckley, Ellen Stanhope, advisor. Fourth row: D. McArdle, D. Goens
D. Wallace, J. Sullivan, J. Copenhaver, F. Gauldin, C. Tomlin, P. Wilson, L. Leek, J. Schneider
S Scholl S. Pellillo D. Blackwell H. Valz W. Mineer, B. Kinzer, F, Stokley, G. Johnson
J. Reed D. Mullins J. Cochran J. Cochran B. Wiseman, C. McKinney, G. Centers, 0. Bailey
The girls an the Dance Club buslly pre
pared their numbers for the comino of the
Mad Minstrels of 5l Each number in its
way helped to make the Minstrel a greater
The Choreography was staged by Ellen
Stanhope who has been in charge of the
Dance Club for the past four years.
A few of the outstanding dances present-
ed by groups of girls in the club were, of
course, the opener-to the song "A Good
Day"-which got the show off to a good
start, the ever popular "Charleston", the
beautiful "Petite Walz Ballet", and the sur-
prising-"A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody'4'.
There were also solo number by Fannie
Combs, Anne Lee Stanley, and Sharon Hale.
Minstrel High Steppers
Mr. Howard Barnett. new faculty mem-
ber of Newport High School was chosen to
lead the bowling club for the past school
The club voted the following members
to serve as their officers. President, Don
Embs, Vice-President, Chester Gray, Secre-
tary and Treasurer, Dave Ettiene.
The club secured the Southern Lanes in
Newport and they bowled every Wednesday.
The teams were composed of club members.
The club then proceeded to schedule
games with other bowling organizations.
Games scheduled were as follows: Newport
Catholic, Newport High's G, A, A. and the
Southern Lane's Pin Boys.
The season came to a close with the pres-
entation of awards to the club's bowler with
the best bowling average and the highest
individual scorer on the team.
"Waiting for the pin-boys"
Ruttencuter. Second row: D. Littleton, C. Turner, J. Schraer, D. Etienne, D. Embs, G- La"'h9""e,
D. Edwards, R. Blair, Mr. Barnett. Third row: C. Trcmpcr, B. Hartman, E- HBYCICH, 5- D0dm0"f
P, Wiggins, G. Hunt, C. Gray, T. Frommc, W. Pricstlc.
the White team.
Reporter, Irene Carney.
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First row: M. Becker, H. Moore, N. Buckler, J. Hill, P. Becker, R. Franzen, B. Clark, B. Barnett,
M, Banfield, S. Bird, G. Strasinger. Second row- Miss Strange, B. Howard, R. Stephenson, C
Stephenson, Stahl, D. Calhoun, L. Gallucci, C. Rosenhagen, G. Pryor, J. Copenhaver, J
Dedmon, J. Nueslein, M. White, D. Spradlin, D, Wright. Third row: R. Morgan, P. Buckler, M
Huber, B. Mullins, S. Hasse, I. Carncy, J, Weber, R. Rauss, F. Craig, E. Harvey, M. Dietriech
D. Blackwell, J. Bickel. Fourth row: M. Willoughby, J. Blevins, J. Masters, D. South, B. Lewis:
H. Holalain, M. Barbeia, N. Bucklcr, B. Ruddick, B. Leonard, D. Combs, J. Whittman.
The Future Homemakers of America Club
was organized this year under the guidance
ot Miss Barbara Strange, Home Economics
The club was divided into two teams the
Red and White, which are the colors ot the
club. Rhonda Morgan was the captain ot the
Rod team and Mary White, the captain of
The flower ot the F, H, A. is the Red Rose
and motto is "Toward New Horizons The
aim of the club is to promote a growing ap
preciation of the joys and satisfaction of
Officers were: President, Phyllis Buckler
First Vice-President, Rhonda Morgan Sec
ond Vice-President, Mary White, Secretary
Nancy Buckler, Treasurer, Jeanne Wittman
Historian, Helen Moorei Song Leader Gloria
Pryor, Cheer Leaders, Sara Bird and Betty
Clark, Parliamentarian, Betty Kinzer and
First row: P. Norton, W. Hatton, J. Sharp, M. Coleman, R. Stephenson. Second row: C. Lang.
R. Stephenson, D. Mullins, L. Said, N. Bridewell, Miss Ella Stone Spencer,
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The George Payne Club of the Future
Teachers of America was organized about
two years ago by Miss Ella Stone Spencer,
who is the adviser ofthe group.
The F, T, A. is a member of the National
organization of Future Teachers, and al-
though a small club in membership, is quite
large in interests, aims, and ambitions,
Members receive their club pins when they
have accumulated 20 points. These points
are based on time spent in grading papers,
attending educational meetings, and various
Many interesting programs were arranged
by Miss Spencer and the club members for
the ensuing year. One of much interest was
given by Mrs, Gladys Garner, counselor for
the high school. Mrs. Garner's talk was
based on facts, statistics, and requirements
for entrance in several teacher training col-
leges. Officers for the year were Ruby Step-
henson, president, Donna Mullins, secretary,
and Roberta Stephenson, treasurer,
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"An apple for the teacher!
First row J Necamp N Edmonson D Watson M Joos C Tedrow J McCord H Halalam
C Tomlin H Valz J Schneider W Mmeer Second row Mrs Charlotte Kernan J Abney R
Rlsnng K Spr1dlln M Hamilton R Lloyd L Young A Youtsey J Hesch C Coffman G
Swope D Weber D Grey Third row J McDermott J Strlcker C Sensel R Oder R Scott
D Hall T Williams G Wilson R Weber A Schwartz B Glrvm L Williams L Leek C
Wagner M Good B Webb A Noel
Reel ustic Don shows Dan how
The Visual Aids Department of Newport
High School has completed another success
ful year More interest has been shown on
the last school year in this activity than at
y other period For the first time there
has been a group of girls as well as boys
and in the operation of the two proiectors
A regular schedule by which everyone
in the depatrment was able to do an equal
share of work, was developed by Mrs. Char-
otte Kernan, the faculty adviser to the club.
The teachers of the various classes ordered
films to help in the study of their subjects,
and these films were shown by club mem-
bers to the classes.
The subject matter ranges from scientific
movies to explanations on geometry prin-
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Mr. Parke and several band members watch the Newport-Newport Catholic football game
Football season is herel
As we look down on the field we see that the band and majorettes have
joined in making the letters U. S, A, The beautiful sound of taps, the playing
of the "Star Spangled Banner", and the bursting of a rocket overhead, tells us
that game time is here.
Half-time nears, andthe band lines up, a final word of encouragement from
the director, Mr. James Parke, and the fan fare begins.
Sparkling majorettes, with knees lifted high and batons gleaming, lead the
band onto the field. A few snappy steps and we see a bow to the visiting stands.
The majorettes now line up in front of us and "expertly" maneuver a twirling
rountine, which is followed by a very lively "Hungarian" dance. We hear the
found of a boat whistle and her comes the "Showboat'f Accompanying this
formation are such tunes as "Robert E, Lee," "Sailing," and "Anchors Away."
For the final game of the season, the band has made a football, and the ma-
jorettes have formed l95O in the center of it. The sad strains of "Auld Lang
Syne" reach our ears, as the band bids us farewell until next year.
F. Combs, J. Cochran, N, Mahret, A. Peaslack, J. Ritter, K. Wagner, C. McKinney, J.lCochran,
K. Kuntz, A. Price, G. Strassinger, B. Wiseman, M. Willis, A. Stanley, C. Tomlin.
Following the game is a parade up town, followed by a grand-
march around the gym. The familiar and well-loved notes of
"On Ye Wildcats" are sounded and all of us join in the sin-
ing as we look forward to "5l ."
Providing something new to pick up our day is one of the
jobs given the band. The playing of the National Ar-them in
the morning is enjoyed by everyone and is a good way to start
our day. The band also plays at assemblies, and in the annual
"Minstrel Show." ln May, we look forward to seeing the "Red
and Black" represented in the traditional Memorial Day parade.
The Music Department boasts a large chorus this year. New-
port High School is represented in the N, K. E. A. chorus by
nine members who are as follows: Bonnie Cornelius, Carol
Lang, Jim Griffin, Ella Sears, Ronnie Ward, Janet Bickel, Shir-
ley Fuhlbush, Ruby Gadd, and Ronnie Neal. The chorus also
took part in several assemblies, one of which they sang "Tunes
From South Pacific", and another community singing, in which
they took the lead.
The next big event for the chorus is the Christmas Concert.
Three songs which they sang for the concert werei Christmas
Song, Carol of the Bells, and Christmas Carols, They also made
a recording of Christmas Carols at radio station W. Z, l, P.
The highlight of the year is the Mad Minstrels, which is
put on each spring by the band, dance club and the chorus.
This year the chorus gives out with such songs as-lt's a Good
Day, which is the ODener, Blow Gabriel Blow You're Just in
Love, Set Down Servant, and the Whitfenpoof Song.
Mr. J. W. Parke, Director and Carol Lang, Pianist
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Y0l"Vli GOT T0 BE A FO0TI!ALI. IIEIIO
The Newport Wildcats successfully opened the l95O
gridiron season with a 39-O win over Campbell County
High School. ,
The 'Cats set a 'past pace in their opening games, al-
lowing their first three opponents a total of only 2
points. One of'the highlights of the early season was
a 22-O victory over a highly rated Lexington Ky. eleven.
Highland's Bluebirds handed Newport its first set-
back, although the 'Cats were able to score twice on
long runs. - -
A surprisingly easy 32-7 win over a favored Bellevue
team marked the return to form of the red-and black.
.The Wildcats-then met their second defeat, a one-
touchdown loss to Dixie Heights.
In their next contest, Newport returned to their
early form with a 52-l 8 victory over Ludlow's Panthers.
The final two games were hard for the Newport boys
to lose, as Holmes and Newport Catholic each outscor-
ed them by one touchd-own.
Over the season, Newport earnedf5 wins as against
4 losses. ln the N. K. A. C. play, they had a 4-3 record.
The Wildcats totaled 226 points for the year, allowing
their nine opponents a total of.l08.
The Wildcat freshman fir-fshed their
Seven game schedule with three wins,
three losses, and a single tie.
FROSH SEASON RECORD
We Opponent They
0 Purcell 30
0 Dixie I9
O Covington I 2
6 Covington 6
32 Highlands 0
24 Jr. High 0
l2 Newport Catholic O
ln addition to their games and daily
practice sessions, the Frosh were call-
ed upon in the varsifv Game with
Ludlow, where they tallied Ne-wport's
D. Hill, T. Brennan-Co-captains
First row: K. Fields, E. Lyons, T. Volters, L. Redmond, J. Schnelle, J. White, C, Swope, G
Bouras, J. Rauss, C. Foy, D. Etienne, G. lgo, J. Schraer. Second row: D. Day, P, Roark, K
Flannery, B. Piqq, T. Fromme, G. Haller, G. Hunt, D. Franzen, D. Hill, T, Brennen, E. Lanthornc
D. Hale, A. Youtsey, B. Dryer, T, Emmet L. Humphries, E. Burton, Coach, C. Wilson, Coach
Third row: J. Catiller, D. Smith, L. Lambert, L. Benjamin, P. Etienne, J. Ratliff, L. Redond
G. Holland, R. Vandergrift, J. Arnold, R. Spenlau, R. Wier, D. Wall, J. Fry, J. Schnelle, B
Poe, D. Weber, J. Abney, G. Budig, H. NeCamp, N. Pickens.
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gnd squad earned post season
honors for their owsfandung
playnng during the y ar Don
H II Wlldcat lineman was
named on the furst eleven
of the Greater Cnnclnnafn All
Star Football Team Jim White
and Tom Brennan rec :ved hon
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First row: Asst. Coach Edward K. Burton, J. Ratliff, L. Redmond, T. Brennan, J. White, E.
Lyons, Coach Stan Arnzen. Second row. G. Lehew, G. Rawe, A. Youtsey, D. Robinson, G.
Dernetre, P. Guy, R. Stormer. Third rowg C, Swope, D. Smith, J. King, S. Turner, G, 'Abramis,
H. Roberts, J. Arnold, J. Schnelle, K. Johnson, Manager R. Young.
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Last minute instructions
Coach Stan Arnzen's basketball squad
finished the season with a l4-3 league rec-
ord to take second place in the Northern
Kentucky Athletic Conference. Over their
28 game schedule for the year, Newport
tock lo victories,
Only Tom Brennan of the starting five,
and Jim White, who also played good ball,
will not be with the team of l95l-l952, The
rest of the squad was Composed mostly of
iuniors who are looking forward to an even
better record next season.
The squad was fast, and had considerable
height, Their mainstay was the fast break,
now very familiar to all Newport fans. Sharp-
shooters Les Redmond and Tom Brennan
broke up many a zone with their set shots
from far out, and the rebounding of Don
Robinson and Glen Lehew were excellent.
One of the best floor players was Paul Guy,
a shitty dribbler and tricky passer, who
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could also l'11ffl'1e nets wnth has Corner s"1of
The Wnldcafs regnsfered double wms over
fourleaguefoes buffhe1rbeQ'pMved gawm
of the year was the second me tmq wnfh
Holmes Stull better over a 30 pfwmf loss
suffefed To Covungton earher un the vear
the Cats Conwpknelv ouwran oufr bounded
and oufshot a surpmsed l4ohwes hve Thus
wrtory clumaxed a successful season for
Kneelmg J Schnender D Walz D Harns G Budag Coach Edwnn K Burton Standnng R
Spenlau L Huber W Bankes J Bradberry L Redmond R Stanton
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Under the capable coaching of Edwnn
K Burton the Newport Cmdern'-en had a
moderately successful season of 2 wlns
tor try outs In the sprung The relay teams
were put together and sprants and dust
ance runners began theur condutsonung
The mule relay paced by Don Franzen and
Jerry Schnelle placed tnrst an the regnonal
track meet and fourth nn the State track
meet In Lexungton Next year s track team
should have a successful season for of
the ten lettermen enght are returnnng
There are some good prospects coming
up to full the spots vacated by the mem
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and 3 loses, Twenty-tive boys reported
The l95O baseball season opened the first week in April,
after several weeks of hard practice sessions, The Wildcats,
under coach Stan Arnzen, were defeated in their opener by
Newport soon got back on the victory trail, paced by the
steady hurling of Otto Budig and Les Redmond, and the hit-
ting of Fred Moeves, George Price, and Tom Brennen. The
'Cat infield was especially effective as the season rolled on, as
Stan gave them individual workouts at the practices.
Highlights of the year included wins over Covington Holmes
and BelIevue's Tigers. All impressive 9-O win over Covington
Latin's strong team marked the Newport debut, under the
lights. Several times during the season Les Redmond and Otto
Budig neared a no-hit game, but had it ruined near the end of
The Wildcats met Newport Catholic in the tournament. A
homer by Redmond looked big until the score was knotted, and
an error put the winning run on base, Newport Catholic won
the game 2-l to climax the Wildcat season.
Two batters for
First row F Wllllams G Budlg L Oberschlake R Walter Second row Coach Bud Cavana T
Schulte J Dietz T Wllllams 0 Budlg Jr James L Cobb Prmclpal
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"hem Ke"""kY Cl'a"'P""'s Newport Hugh School mermen
coached by Bud Cavana had a
hnghly successful swnmmung year
Fraars Club Junlors of Clncnnnatu
It was at the vusntor s pool that the
Wnldcats made theur best show
:ng of the year
The team set new Northern
Kentucky marks nn the l00 yard
backstroke event and an the 200
yard freestyle relay ln the l50
ya rd medley relay Newport
bettered the state record by two
Comprusrng the te m of 5l
were returnnnq lettermen Capt
Otto Budug John Dnetz nd team
members George Budug larrx
Oberschlake Tom Wulluams Ruch
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H Tremper B Mann E Volter J Henderson F Shlvel D Poe J Swob
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Furst row C Stafford J Cook R Dernck C Arthur M J Cavana coach
Second row Mr E Bush teacher Mr H Benedict prmcupal J McClana
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become a lawyer
be a nurse
be a suc ess
Leave my mark rn t e
sands of tlme
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We the Senuor Class of l95l beung of
supposedly sound munds and bodues
hereby declare thus to be our la t wull and
ARTICLE I To Newport Hugh School we
leave our apprecuatuon for the wonderful
days we ve spent here
ARTICLE Il To Mr Cobb we leave a new
frame of mund-one of peace
ARTICLE III To the Junuors we leave our
hugh scholastuc abuluty and outstandung tal
ARTICLE IV To the Faculty we re Ieavung
ARTICLE V Our personal bestowals
I BETTY ABNER bequeath my subtle re
marks to Donna Mulluns
I FARRELL ABNEY bequeath my place
on the baseball team to Janet Walz
I FAYE AXT bequeath my quuet manner
to some nousy Junuor
I ANNA BLACKWELL bequeath my
bashfulness to Janet Owen
I ROY BLADES leave my Englush class
to anyone wullung to take ut
I MARY ANN BOYAR bequeath my
abuluty to get to school on tume to a more
We TOM BRENNAN and DON FRAN
ZEN wull our good and unusual talents to
Allen Youtsey and Les Redmond
I NANCY BRINGMAN bequeath my
soft vouce to Angue Duckerson
cheerful and fruendly dusposutuon to some
one who needs ut
I OTTO BUDIG bequeath my Edutor
shup of the Newportuan to Jack Rau s
I DOROTHY CALHOUN bequeath my
tutle of Football Queen to some lucky
I ROBERT CAPEK bequeath my deep
toned vouce to Bob Scott
I MARGIE CECIL bequeath mf place un
the Popularuty Contest to Pat Derrufk
I JEAN COCHRAN bequeath my place
un the chorus Iune to some lucky 'unuor
I FANNIE COMBS bequeath my abuluty
to strut to Nancy Kunzer
I ROGER COOK bequeath my n w Book
keepung book to Duck Walters
I JOAN COPENHAVER bequeath my
abulutv and courage to be on the Reserves
to Janet Wal7
I II INF COWFNS bequeath my guggles
to Ruth Banderman
I MARVIN COX bequeath mv most
talented award to some lucky Junuor
I DON DAY bequeath my abuluty to catch
passes to Allan Youtsey
I MANUEL DEATON bequeath my posu
tuon un chorus to Mutchell Deaton
I JOYCE DEDMON bequeath by dead
pan look to Annette Baker
I GEORGE DEMETRE bequeath my Grec
uan nose to George Bouras
I EVELYN DITTUS bequeath my ambu
tuon to work for the F B I to some crooked
I JOHN DRAKE bequeath my rughteous
ways to Dallas Hale
I DON EDWARDS wull my Amerucan
Hustory abuluty and banjo to Margue Losey
I DON EMBS wull my curly haur to Garnet
I JERRY FROEHLICH bequeath my
abuluty to be class pest to Ronnue Long
I LAURA GALLUCCI bequeath my place
un Mr Cobb s offuce to Nancy Kunzer
I FRANCES GAULDIN wull my glasses
to Jack Schraer
I GEORGE GORE wull my physucal abuluty
to Margue Losey
I DANIEL W GRAY bequeath my place
an Annual Photographer to Glenn Swope
I LENNIE GROTHAUS leave mv wad
of chewung gum un the 3rd desk 2nd row
of Room 24 to Joe Jett
wuth the Ruth Arden Dancers to Tom
I DON HALL bequeath my good grades
un truq to Tom Wulluams
I SALLY HAMILTON bequeath all my
embarrassung moments to Emma Lou Puer
I TOM HARDEN wull my quuet manner
t Ierrv Schnelle
I BILL I-IARTMAN wull my stupuduty to
I DON HILL wull the furst davs of foot
ball oractuce un Auoust to Les Redmond
I DONNA HOEFINGHOFF bequeath my
abulutv to ol v basketball to Garnet Stokley
I JEAN HIIBFR bequeath mv abuluty to
m ss un the Enqlu h Ianquaoe to Ella S-ears
I GENE LANTHORE wull my abuluty to
use mv elbows to Tom Emmett
I WI' LIAM I ENSE wull mv abuluty to be
th CI Q f Oavud Adams
I DON LI'l'l'LFTON bequeath my qood
looks to all the ugly Junuors at N H S
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to Margue Losey
I LLOYD LYMAN leave all my school
books to anyone who wants them
I CARROLYN MCKINNEY bequeath my
abnlaty to wash and dry hose In homeroom to
some unsuspectung Junuor
I WILLA MCLAUGHLIN wnll mv fnend
shup wuth Mrs Wetzel to anyone who needs
I RONNIE MALONE bequ ath my
friendship wnth Junlor Pstzer to Anne Lee
I JEWELL MALONEY wlll my bad grades
to Eva Colston
I RALPH MARSH wall my oral reports
nn Englnsh to Jean Mcllvoy
I LORENIA MOORE wall my long halr
to Jo Ann Tehan
I MARILYN MORGAN will my Bell
Lyre to some unsuspectung Junlor
I RHONDA MORGAN wvll my place In
the sensor class to Shernll Morgan
I ERRY MEYERS wnll my abllltv to draw
gurls to Tom Fromme
I JOYCE NUESLEIN wnll my guft of gab
to Martha Barkhau
I REUBEN ODER bequeath my buss
ness to Art Wllluams
I JUNE PALM wull my sense of humor
to anyone who wants at
I BOB PIGG leave my ablllty to get out
of class to Paul Guy
I JOAN PITTARD leave my cheerlead
Ing ablllty to Donna Mulllns
I GEORGE PRICE wlll my ablllty to grad
uate to Roy Kenney
I DON REED leave my red halr to Lonnie
I FERN ROBERTS bequeath mv heaght
to Don Robunson
I LLOYD ROGERS wlll anything to any
I JUDY SCHNEIDER bequeath my abul
:ty to tumble to Faye Whltehouse
I MARTHA SHACKLEFORD bequeath
my ready smale to Glenn Lehew
I VIRGINIA SHACKLEFORD leave my
height to some tall Junaor
I JANET STRASSINGER bequeath my
long legs to Beverly Jones
I BARBARA SUTTON will my cu y hair
to Janet Sulluvan
I CLAUDE TREMPER wall my n ckname
of Sleepy to Walter Cool
I NANCY TURNER bequeath my blonde
hanr to Marilyn Hull
I VIVIAN ULRICH wlll the fun I had
In my Sensor year to Carole Moore
I RONALD USLEMAN bequeath my bal
.Encfd sawed off crooked drumstlcks to Jam
I RONALD WARD bequeath rr'y singing
vouce to Ronnue Stromer
I SANDRA WESSLING wnll mv ab' fy
to get to school on tnme to Martha Barkhau
I JIM WHITE wlll my curly halr and
athletic abllnty to Nancy Knnzer
I MARY WHITE leave my opt mlsm to
I AUDREY WISEMAN bequeath my
Bookkeeping homework to Helen Watson
I CAROL WILLIAMS leave my place In
the Honor Society to Bonnle Correllus
I MARGIE WILLS will my ablllty as a
mayorette to Shnrley Fahlbush
I BETTY WISEMAN leave my dark
curly hanr to Dora Wrught
I GAYOLA YEAGER bequeath my short
hand homework to Catherine Wagner
I PHILIP YEAGER leave my wllllng
workers to any ambltlous Junlor
I DON YOUNG wlll my arguments with
Mass Wltterued to Lonnne Humphrles
I AUDREY ZIMMERMAN bequeath my
troubles In shorthand to some poor unfor
Sngned Otto Budug President
Tom Brennan Vnce Presudent
Martha Shackleford Secretary
Sally Hamnlton Treasurer
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Furmture Floor Covermgs
638 Monmouth St Newport Ky
BEST WISH ES
JOHNNY S WEST SIDE HOTEL
EL S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
Complete Auto Repair
907 Sarafoga St
6 2 6 B A R
626 Monmouth St Newport Ky
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Phnl Meyer Apothecary
ETHICAL DRUG SERVICE
33 East Eughth St
H I LL DRY CLEANERS
937 Monmouth St
Shop Self Servuce and Save
BLOCK S FOOD SHOP
402 Columbia St
HE 8766 Open 10 tml 10
MORGAN S FOOD SHOP
Chouce Meats Grocerues Frunts
Phone He 8644 503 York St
R 81 G CLEANERS
5 EAST THIRD ST
M Schnender Prop
629 York St
Newport Ky 9746
BILL KIDD S MARKET
Choice Meats Fruxts Vegetables
11th and Columbna Sts
HE 9650 Newport
KAPPA PHI GAMMA
Fresh Fruits-Vegetables-Fine Meats - ' I
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LEUIS MARY 81 BRUS I
AMERICAN NATIENAL BANK
SUMEREL TIRE SERVICE
SHORTY NOE 81 WIFE
8th and Orchard St.
CLASS OF '51 '
SEVENTH 8. MONMOUTH STS
MAYFLOWER SWEET SHOP
111 Monmoufh sf
Newport Ky HE 8363
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
THE F A BUCHANAN CO
30 East Slxth St
Alr Conditioning Four Barbers
We Try To Please You
907 Monmouth St
HE 9721 Newport
93o Monmoufh Sf
Siding Pamtnng Remodel.
F H A Terms
ECONOMY JEWELRY CO
641 Monmouth St
CO 6734 Newport
THE FASHION INC
A Smart Womens And
Chuldrens Apparel Shop
833 Monmouth St
DRIVE IN MARKET
'I914 Monmouth St
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DIXIE CHILI PARLIIR
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9th and Monmouth Sts.
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10th and Columbua Newport Ky
Member Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporatlon
Betty and Ronald Storn
and Washungton Newport
Cor 8th 81 Monmouth 4184
BECKER BROS CO
Newport Ky ClncnnnatlO
Jann The Happy Group
Specral Rates for Teen age Classes
SINGER SEWING CENTER
914 Monmouth St Phone HI 6518
Insurance and Real Estate
LAWRE CE RIEDI GER
6th ' , Ky. - Co-
N EWPORTIAN BOOSTERS
Abney and Walz
Mrs Odessa Parker
Muss Hazel Gnrvln
Mr and Mrs George
Mr Vnncent Yeager
Mr Richard Yeager
AlfredT Whlte Jr
Mr and Mrs Frank Relslng
Jerry and Joann
Mr and Mrs Derrlck
Mrs R M Whntehouse
Mrs Jeanette Lanthorne
Mr and Mrs F Troutman
Mr and Mrs E Wasser
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Dora and Ted
Sandy and Tnppy
Mr and Mrs Nell Clements
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