Newport High School - Newportian Yearbook (Newport, KY)
- Class of 1956
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E. K. Burton observes Bill
Hodges doing his mechanical drow-
left to right
Above, left to right: Danny Pittman, Richard Eubonks, Wallace
Martin, and Roy Elkins, sond spice boxes in Industrial Arts
Above: Electric Typewriters are used for dictophone transcrip-
tions by Norma Cope and Janet O'Doy.
Left to right: Carol Stucker and Sue Ratliff make cookies for
Below, left: Bev Deon tronscfibes her shorthand notes while
Joyce Seibert mimeogrcphs and Sylvia Floig files.
Below, left to right: Ronald Brewer, Ben Watkins, and Bill Brod-
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Above: Harry Butler points out the motto for the Art
department to Joyce Wohrley. Nora Lee Tucker and Ron-
old Brewer discuss a block print.
Top: Carol Bailey explains a work sheet for
Don Ratliff and Miss Bernice Culbertson's
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Above: Miss Mary Lee Caldwell points
out the scene of a New England poem for
Potty McFeeno and her Freshman English
Left, left to right: Charlotte Myers and
Nina Noble make up gift baskets in Home
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Below: Miss Gypsy Gray,
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of a typewriter.
Above: Lois Garriott and Bonnie Happe exchange autographs.
Above: Ronnie Bridewell and Henry Green bring 'Toters' for
xx Holly Hill's Thanksgiving dinner from the boys in Chem Lab.
Below: The cast of the Sophomore assembly presented Donna
Willoughby with roses as a token of their appreciation for help
in their show.
Above: Barbara Morris, ifourth from lefti Newport's candidate for Recreational
Bowl Queen, with Queen and other candidates.
Perry Eckert is now a full fledged member of the Business Honor Society.
right: Mr. Howard Barnett shows the boys "how" at Newport lanes.
left: Gwen Swank watches Shirley King as she trys for a "strike."
Above: Marvin Wonder and Norman Youtsey
jump rope for Honor Society initiation.
Left: Freddie Arthur shows Shirley King the
right way to throw a bowling ball.
Below, right, left to right: Bonnie Schwarberg,
Toni Manyet, and Donna McClung cheer for
the Wildcats at a pep rally.
Below, left: Phyllis Brooks serves tea to Mr.
Above: Peggy Ratliff, Ruby King, and Po-
tricio Edwards of the high stepping mojorettes
peform in the Recreation Bowl of Mt. Ster-
Left: Freddie Arthur and Gerald Hodges watch
the "birdie" instead of listening, in class.
Below right, left to right: Gene Ferguson and
Kenneth Ferguson run the edging machine.
Below left, left to right: Robbie Buck, Char-
lotte Brickler, and Gerry Rush weaving baskets
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Above, left: Shirley Rittinger and
Peggy Ratliff do the "Sloo-Foot" at
the Recreation Bowl.
clockwise: Carol Fisher, Shirley
Marlene Wilmot, Jorine Peas-
and Rosalie Hardin.
in the dressing
squad and coaches whoop-it-up
G.A.A. girls enjoy 0 fast game
Above: Roger Quinn goes in fbr c1 basket against Campbell County.
The following is a picture story of "Going Steady," as seen
by our staff photographer one night in January.
Left: Richard Long is met at the door of 439 by Mary Jane Rogers, his date
for the evening.
Below, left: Mary Jane and Richard leave for the basketball game and
dance in the high school gym.
Below: The happy pair exchange class rings. This shows the whole world
they're "going steady."
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Above: Richard is telling the boys the good news.
Right: The game and dance over, the happy couple leave for undis-
closed places and eventually home.
and Mrs. Morris discuss
Jerry's future education plans with
Mr. and Mrs. Carl
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Miss Katherine E. Warren, Assistant Principal.
A. D. Owens, Secretory; Albert T. King; Walter G. Melching,
President; Carol H. Ebert, Vice-President; Victor H. Brown, and
John Galvin, Newport Board of Education.
ARE OUR COMPETENT
Everyday through the halls of N. H. 5. pass hun-
dreds of students seeking knowledge which will be-
come their tools for building better lives.
Our administration has accepted the challenge
of furnishing these pupils with a never ending supply
of knowledge. In their hands they hold the responsi-
bility of inspiring students to search for and gain a
greater understanding of man and his progress.
Dr. Anderson D. Owens, Superintendent of New-
port City Schools, with the board of education, co-
ordinates the policies and rules of the school system.
James Lee Cobb, principal and Miss Katherine E.
Warren, his competent assistant, aided by the high
school faculty, supervise the operation of these poli-
cies, and see that the work of importing knowledge
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r. Collins and
hours at the
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to spend many happy
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our Dean of Girls has the respect
M.A., is Dean of Boys and writes re-
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to school. He teaches History.
his lovely wife find time
Mr. John Collins, A.B.,
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Morehead State Teachers College and University of Kentucky.
Beside her duties here at school, she still
and admiration of every student and faculty member
helpful minister's wife.
are many and varied here at Newport H
Mrs. Novma W. Tanner, A.
TH E FACULTY AS
MR. STANLEY ARNZEN, B.A.
Attended: Morehead State Teachers
College, University 01" Cincinnati. Head
Basketball Coach. Teaches: Physical
MR. HOWARD BARNETT, B.S.
Attended: University of Kentucky, Uni-
versity of Cincinnati, Taylor University.
Teaches: Chemistry. Sponsors: Bible
Club, Bowling Club, and Golf Team.
sMR. EDWIN K. BURTON, B.S., M.Ed.
Attended: Pacific University, Xavier
University. Teaches: Mechanical Drow-
ing. Assistant Football and Basketball
Coach, Track Coach.
MISS MARY LEE CALDWELL,
Attended: Transylvania College, Univer-
sity of Kentucky. Teaches: English.
Sophomore Class Advisor.
MISS EVALYN COLLIVER, A.B.
Attended: Georgetown College. Teaches:
MR. NEAL R. CONNOR, A.B.
Attended: Villa Madonna College.
Teaches: English. Assistant Basketball
and Baseball Coach.
MISS BERNICE CULBERTSON, B.S.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
Teaches: Commercial Subjects. Spon-
sors: Business Honor Society.
MRS. GLADYS GARNER, A.B.
Attended: Transylvania College, Uni-
versity of Chicago. Teaches: Civics, His-
tory, and Business Economics. Junior
MISS JOANN GEVERTS, B.S.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
Teaches: Home Economics.
MISS HAZEL GIRVIN, B.A., M.A.
Attended: Berea College, University of
Michigan.-Teoches: Latin and History.
MISS GYPSY M. GRAY, B.E.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
Teaches: Commercial Subjects.
MR. LYLE HAGGARD, A.B,
Attended: Transylvania College. Teoch-
es: Physics, Algebra, and Science. Spon-
sors: Science Club and Rifle Club.
MISS RUTH E. HARRIS, B.S.
Attended: University of Kentucky.
Teaches: Home Economics.
MRS. CHARLOTTE KERNAN, A.B.
Attended: Wittenberg College. Teaches:
Biology, Psychology, and Science. Spon-
sors: Visual Aids.
MISS ALMA J. LAMB, B.A.
Attended: George Peabody College for
Teachers, University of Kentucky, Uni-
versity of Cincinnati, Wilmington Col-
lege. Teaches: English. Sponsors: Wol-
den Club and Pen Pal Club.
MR. ROBERT C. MILLER, B.S.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
Head Football C'boch. Teaches: Science.
Co-Sponsors: "N" Club.
MISS MARY ELIZABETH MORRIS,
Attended: Western College for Women,
Columbia University. Librarian. Spon-
sors: Library Staff.
MISS JEANNETTE OWENS, A.B.
Attended: Transylvania College. Teoch-
es: General Science and Health.
THE BUILDERS . . . AND THE
MRS. ODESSA PRICE PARKER, B.S.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
MISS RHEA J. PEACHER
Attended: University of Kentucky.
Teaches: Girl's Physical Education.
Sponsors: G.A.A., Cheerleaders, and
MRS. LEILA M. PEAK, A.B.
Attended: Union College, University of
Kentucky. Teaches: Mathematics. Spon-
sors: Newporter and Newportian.
MR. CARL L. PLANTHOLT, A.B.
Attended: Eastern Kentucky State Col-
lege. Teaches: Algebra, Business Arith-
metic and History.
MISS JANICE C. ROBBINS, B.M.
Attended: Cincinnati College of Music.
Teaches: Chorus. Sponsors: Kappa Phi
MISS ELLA STONE SPENCER, A.B., M.E.
Attended: Kentucky Wesleyan, Univer-
sity of Kentucky, and University of Cin-
cinnati. Teaches: English. Sponsors:
Future Teachers of America.
MISS LOIS V. TANNER, B.S.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
Teaches: Business English. Senior Class
MISS MARY M. TANNER, B.S.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
Teaches: Commercial Subjects.
MRS. DOROTHY TEBBS, A.B.
Attended: DePauw University. Teaches:
English and American History.
MR. DON E. WALKER, A.B., B.D.
Attended: Transylvania College, College
of the Bible. Teaches: Industrial Arts.
MRS. LORENA WETZEL, B.A.
Attended: Virginia Intermont College,
University of Virginia, Hollins College,
University of Cincinnati. Teaches:
MR. JACK C. WIMMER, B.S.
Attended: University of Cincinnati, Cin-
cinnati College of Music. Teaches: In-
MISS ALICE WITTERIED, B.S.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
Teaches: Commercial Subjects.
MISS JEN BOHLINGER
Secretory Attendance Department
MISS LILLIAN GILB
Secretary High School Principal
MRS. HAZEL S. McFARLAN, B.A.
Attended: University of Cincinnati.
Teaches: Algebra and Commercial Law.
MRS. NINONA KEW
Secretory Board of Education
MRS. MARY LOU MASON
Secretory Superintendent of Schools
MISS MATTIE PHILLIPS
Row 1: Glenna Muilihs, Peggy Witt, Elaine Wander, Shirley Boyd, Frances Huffman, Toni Monyet, Audrey Morton, and
Daniels, Ted Donsberry, and Miss Katherine E. Warren. Row 2: Alfred Moybury. Row 4: Warren Harden, Bob Wilson, Don
Ernestine Rush, Jerry JoneS, Marlene Wilmot, Jackie Beozley, Kreutzer, Danny Points, Ronnie Bonfieid, and Richard Grischy.
and Jackie Ziegler. Row 3: Carol Ortlieb, Billy Ruddick, Bill
STUDENT COUNCIL AS THE PROPS
Ronnie Bonfield receives his Student Council Pin from Marlene
Wilmot, Council President. Ernestine Rush gives Toni Monyet
an assist with the pin she has just received.
Busy little beavers! That's our student-govern-
ing body, composed of representatives from each
homeroom, and meeting every other Wednesday to
discuss the problems presented by the group.
The group is under the capable leadership of
Miss Katherine E. Warren, Assistant Principal, and
the officers. The officers chosen this year were: Mor-
lene Wilmot, President; Warren Harden, Vice-
President; and Shirley Daniels, Secretary.
Each representative is selected according to his
record in citizenship, attendance, and scholarship.
At the beginning of the year, each member is given
a special Student Council pin, which he is proud to
The Student Council members find their experi-
ence the awakening down in the teaching of good
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Miss Joann Geverts,
Bohlinger, Jo Ann
Botkin, Joy Ann
Brewster, Mary Ann
Carter, Mary Charlotte
Ebert, Edith Lee
Hall, La Verne
Hall, Nancy Corol
Kneal, Myrna Koe
St. John, Daniel
Smith, Anna Moe
Stucker, Carol Sue
Edith King, candidate
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Top, left: Miss Joann Geverts and Mrs. Glocken
discuss Ello's Home Arts.
Above: Bill Mittendorf shows some of his pho-
tography to his mother and father. Mrs. Mor-
gen and Mrs. Peak in the foreground.
Left: Myrna Sporing and Rita Kreindler assist
Mrs. Braun and the P.T.A. on Parents Night.
Below: Students buy "breakfast"
at on early
morning bake sale.
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Obermeyer, Mary L.
Strange, Betty J.
Weaver, Le Roy
Yelton, Donna Sue
Schirmer, Ca rol
Linda Waddle, condi-
dote for Bowl Queen.
Pot Feucht and her Mother
enjoy refreshments after
September 1953 found 216 freshmen roaming the halls
of Newport High School. .By 1955 this number had dwindled
to 115 who were Juniors.
The main goal of the Juniors is the Junior-Senior Prom,
held each spring at the Sheraton-Gibson Hotel. The money
for the Prom was earned by selling address labels, station-
ery, candy, and sporting goods.
Mrs. Gladys Garner, class odvisor
Business for the next Junior Class meeting is discussed by the class officers;
Bruce Barkhou-Treosurer, Carol Lickert-Secretory, iBorry Peper-Vice-Presi-
dent, and Ronnie Downord-President.
Adkins, Jean Marie
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Shay, Mary Ellen
Trent, Mary Lou
Dolores Bios, Bowl
Miss Lois V. Tanner, Advisor
Norman Youtsey, Senior Class President, talks over on important class issue
with Jim Wood-Treasurer, Marvin Wonder-Vice President, and Roger Quinn
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Arthur "Crowfrey" Crowe interviews talent scout Barbara Morris
on the Lifter's Talent Program.
Adkins, Julian Boss, Don
Benefiel, Anna Irene Berkemeyer, Don
THE SENIOR CLASS
Bickers, Marilyn Anne Blankenship, Joseph N. Boden, Alice Joyce Bowen, Betty
Bridewell, Ronnie Lee Brooks, Phyllis Ann Bush, Marjorie Ruth
Broun, Rosalie Anne Brewer, Ronald Garrett
Butler, Harry Carter, Owen Leon Case, Donald Coudill, Roberto Christian, Lorry Poul
Clifton, Nancy Cope, Norma Jean Cofcomp, Kenneth Eugene Cowens, Samuel Crowe, Arthur
Norman Youtsey, President, assisted by Marvin Wonder, Vice-President, complete plans
for the Senior Class magazine sole.
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Cummins, Raymond Howard Daniels, Shirley Mae Deon, Beverly
Dietriech, Donald Michael Droege, LeRoy Ebert, Bill
THE SENIOR CLASS
Bill Thornton, AI Morgan, and Joyce Wohrley examine
prizes for winning in the magazine sale.
Decke r, Le Roy
Eckert, Perry Thomas
Engel, William Carl
Ferguson, Janice Lou
Rosalie Broun and Phyllis Brooks sort individual pictures for annual.
Fisher, Carole Floig, Sylvia Ann Gutekunst, Lois Anne
Hampton, Gail Hardin, Rosalie Joy
Hemingway, Martha Wilson Henderson, Mary Hill, Bernice Jeanette Hockney, Ida Lee Hodges, Gerald
The "Starlets" from Birdland are Peggy Ratliff, Rosalie Hardin, Shirley Rittenger, Marlene
Wilmot, and Carole Fisher.
Hoffstedder, Carolyn Ann Howard, Vera Lou Hunt, Ronald Johnson, Donald Johnson, Joyce B.
Johnson, Norma Jean Kreutzer, Donald William Londell, Dole Long, Richard Clarence Leek, Wanda Gail
Linkugel, Daniel Lytle, Judy McAllister, Sue McClure, Betty Jo Mayer, John F.
Moore, Clem Milford Moore, Robert Morgan, Alfred Lawrence Morris, Barbara Elaine Morris, Jerry Lee
Morton,Bill Myers,Donold T H E S E N I O R C L A S S
Noonon, James O'Doy, Janet
Thanksgiving donations for Holly Hill are piled on by Bill
Thornton and Roger Quinn.
O'Doy, Peggy Owens, Sondra Peoslock, Jorine Pigg, Ronnie Plummer, Betty
Powell, Loberto Quinn, Roger Raleigh, Robert Lee Ratliff, Peggy Roum, George
Shirley Rittenger proved to be a capable leader for the Mojorettes
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Barry Benjamin rehearsing for an assembly.
Reoms, MoriIon Redmond, Oliver Lewis
Reed, Lois Jean Reppeto, Kathryn Ann
THE SENIOR CLASS
Richardson, Ruth Ann Rittinger, Shirley Yvonne Robinson, Lee Wanda Rogers, Mary Jane Rouse, Stanley
Schuster, Roy Sensel, Robert Norman Shockelford, Lloyd
Schreiber, Bo rboro Ann
Siebert, Joyce Lee
Marlene Wilmot, when a sophomore, places her package under
home room tree.
Smith, Cecil Stanfield, Tom
Stegner, Mary Beatrice Stephany, Ronald Lee
THE SENIOR CLASS
Stephens, Margie Stephenson, Joe Switzer, Sarah Thornton, William Eugene Tucker, Nora Lee
Ufz, Wayne Volter,, Elmer Eugene Wade, Clinton Wollingford, Rosalie Walter, Gayle
Wonder, Marvin Ware, Helen Joyce Watkins, Benjamin Weier, Joseph Jerry Wenk, Mary Jane
Wiggins, Beverly Wilmot, Marlene Mary Wilson, Robert Winters, Patricia Ann Wohrley, Joyce Faye
Big day for Janet O'Doy, Rosalie Hardin, Marlene Wilmot, Joyce Wohrley, and Clara Wooten
was their initiation into the National Honor Society.
Wood, Lorry Jim. Zinser, Rudy Wooten, Carol Lynne Frymeyer, Betty Wooten, Clara May
Zappin, Mary Lou Youtsey, Norman Witherspoon, Clarice
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THE SENIOR CLASS
"Sixteen Tons" was popular for the Senior Quartet.
The Class of 1956 came to Newport High School
in 1952. Two hundred and twenty-five boys and girls
were lost in the maze of rooms and halls. But they
got used to this.
There were 137 as Sophomores and 127 as
Juniors. In September of 1955, 128 returned as
Seniors. This Year was made exciting because of
the Junior-Senior Prom, the annual, and of course,
Above: Ben Watkins performs at an assembly.
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Above: Ron Pigg in the mud at a football game.
Above: Roger Quinn and Norman Youtsey make a dis-
play in the library case.
Below: Carolyn Hoffstedder and Rosalie Broun at a football game.
Above: Mary Jane Rogers poses for her class picture.
Right: Senior quartet composed of Al Morgan, Ron
Pigg, Owen Carter, and Jerry Morris rehearse for
the senior assembly.
Below: Stage Manager Marvin Wander, assisted by
Rudy Zinser, Roger Quinn, Jerry Weier, Norman Yout-
sey, and Ronald Hunt put up flats.
Bottom, right: Jerry Weier of N U T S-TV on camera 1.
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Prom night was enjoyed by
everyone as we see by the
happy dancing couples.
Queen, attendants, and escorts ore Marvin
Wander, Gerry Swope, Jim Wood, Billie Zieg-
ler, Queen Pot Harris, Norman Youtsey, Erma
Huffman, Roger Quinn, Bonnie Brown, and
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excitement with . . . the Senior Play!
DON'T EVER GROW UP
a comedy of youth by
produced by special arrangement
with Samuel French
Directed by Miss Hazel Girvin
On order of oppeorancey
Molly -- Joyce Boden
Mrs. Meadows Lois Gutekunst
Mimi - Patricia Winters
Marvin Marvin Wander
Dud - Al Morgan
Elaine Jorine Peaslack
Carrie ..... Mary Lou Zappin
Velma -- Shirley Rittinger
Roe - Joyce Wohrley
Debbie Norma Cope
Jean ...... Bobbie Morris
Meadows .................................................... Gene Volter
Glenn . , Jerry Morris
Hal ....... Robert Wilson
Judy .................................................... Marlene Wilmot
Johnny ...................................................... Rudy Zinser
Slim b- - Bill Morton
Prompter ........ . Rosalie Broun
Patricio Winters, as Mimi, shoves the college football hero, Hal
Kenny played by Bob Wilson, into the front room closet.
Row 1-: Marlene Wilmot, Patricio
Winters, Eugene Volter, Lois Gute-
kunst, Jorine Peoslock, Mary Lou
Zoppin, and Marvin Wonder seated
on floor. Row 2: Al Morgan, Bobbie
Morris, Joyce Boden, Bob Wilson,
Norma Cope, Bill Morton, Shirley
Rittinger, Jerry Morris, Joyce Wohr-
Iey, ond Rudy Zinser.
Mimi Meadows is the manager of the Bull-
dogs, a local football team. She plans for a
Victory Bazaar to celebrate the teams first vic-
tory, on her sixteenth birthday. Mimi has a
crush on Hal Kenny, famous football player.
Hal is being used as a foil by Elaine, Mimi's
sister, to make Glenn Stevens, her suitor, jeal-
Ous. Mimi saves Hal, to his amazement, from
throwing himself away on Elaine, and Mimi de-
cides that being 'sixteen' is something special
H played by Patricia Winters, says,
you're terribly unromantic," cs Molly the Maid
Above: Miss Girvin, director, looks on as Mrs.
Kernan applies make up for Marvin Wonder for
the Senior Class Ploy.
Left: Marvin Wonder as Butch, tells his Mother,
Lois Gutekunst, and Dud Morton, his best friend,
about Mid-Northern University.
Assemblies add enioyment . . . and a break of routine!
Above: Miss Janice Robbins plays the piano
accompaniment as Mr. Jack Wimmer di-
rects the student body in song.
Right: Donna Willoughby adjusts Walter
"Fi-Fi" Mclntosh'sfgorter for a "Can Can"
Below: Shirley Morgan and Mary Lovelhce
dance with snowmen Paul Collins and Poul
King in Santa's workshop.
Rig Lois Gutekunst sings "Embraceoble YOU."
Below: Scenes from life of Julius Caesar were presented in an
assembly. Shown are Ken Bailey, M.C.; and Toni Monyet, Mori-
lyn Eggleston, Pct Feucht, Lucille Deoton, and Joan Scott 05
members of Caesar's family.
Bottom, eff: Betty Plummer does the rag doll dance.
Bottom, righ Shirley King does a rhythm top dance around
the Christmas tree.
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Top: Pictures to be used in the Newportian are selected by Co-
Editors, Patricia Winters and Marvin Wander.
Carolyn Hoffstedder, assisted by Roy Adams identifies "Ping-
pong" pix for annual.
This year the Newportian was in the capable
hands of Editor Patricia Winters, and Assistant Edi-
tor Marvin Wander, advised by Mrs. Leila M. Peak.
Business Manager Jerry Morris, and his assistant,
Bill Morton, were in charge of the business staff.
It was the job of the editors and advisor to
get the book ready for publication while the business
staff busied itself with the obtaining of ads.
Plans for the annual started last spring when
the staff was chosen. During the summer several
meetings were held at the home of the editor and
the advisor in order to obtain ideas for the theme
of the book. These ideas were debated, revised, and
finally settled upon.
In September the ad campaign went into full
swing under the direction of the business manager.
By the end of December the individual and club pic-
tures had been taken; the ad campaign completed;
and the activity write-ups in. Then the real work
started, the assembling of the annual which you
now see in the finished product.
The staff members were given awards and pins
at the Award's assembly in the spring. Then all that
remained for them was the joy of getting their an-
nual in the gym which is the final and most cherished
school event in the life of any Senior.
Row 1: Pat Winters, Norma Cope, Marvin Wander, Phyllis
Brooks, and Carolyn Hoffstedder. Row 2: Wanda Robinson,
Joyce Wohrley, Nancy Clifton, Bernice Hill, and Gail Hampton.
Row 3: Rosalie Braun, Freddy Arthur, Bill Morton, Jerry Morris,
Mary Jane Rogers, and Mrs. Leila M. Peak.
Row 1: Rita Kreindler, Phyllis Brooks, Retta Hill, and Elaine
Wonder. Row 2: Sylvia Floig, Myrna Sporing, Pat Winters, Gail
Hampton, Bonnie Hoppe, and Marlene Wilmot. Row 3: Pat
Feucht, Nancy Griffith, Ruth Porter, Marla Bierne, Marilyn
Eggleston, Pot Witte, and Mary Henderson. Row 4: Mrs. Leila
Peck, Nan'cy Clifton, Ricardo Hettel, Richard Grischy, Ralph
Fogle, Norma Woodall, Judy Hale, and Freddy Arthur.
In 1912, a monthly magazine was published at
Newport High School, called the "Tottler." Then in
1924, a school Newspaper appeared under theiname
of the "Newporter."
The publication department of Newport High
School, under the capable supervision of Mrs. Leila
M. Peak, has been in existence, officially, for three
years. The yearbook and the school newspaper are
both published by this department. .
Requirements for a reporter on the school News-
paper are to have at least a "C" average in Eng-
lish, writing ability, and a love for hard work.
Co-Editors Bonnie Hoppe and Richard Grischy
and the Circulation Manager Pot Feucht assisted by
the hard working staff members sucessfully published
the seven regular issues and helped the Seniors with
the eighth issue, the Senior issue. The "Newporter"
is printed by the Arrow Press in Cincinnati, Ohio, and
is handed out to the students in their homerooms
Newporter staff members are given awards at
the Award's Assembly if they have earned a mini-
mum of seventy-five points. Points are earned by
turning articles in on or ahead of time, attending
various meetings, proofreading, and typing and edit-
Seeing one's article in the paper and awards
pinned on themselves, they realize their time and
hard work was worthwhile after all.
Below: Norma Cope at the typewriter and Rosalie Broun ct files
prepare copy for Newporter.
Bottom: Co-Editors Richard Grischy, and Bonnie Hoppe confer
with Sports Editor Marvin Wonder.
Pl EPSILON PI
Row 1: Norma Cope, Roberta Caudill, Rosie Hardin,
Wayne Utz, Sylvia Flaig, Shirley Daniels, Norma John-
son, and Miss Katherine E. Warren. Row 2: Pat Winters,
Bev Wiggins, Marlene Wilmot, Mary Stegner, Rudy
Zinser, Clara Wooten, and Marvin Wander. Row 3:
Bernice Hill, Danny Linkugel, Stanley Rouse, Bob Sensel,
Don Meyers, Joyce Wohrley, and Mary Jane Rogers.
Row 4: Norman Youtsey, Robert Wilson, Don Dietriech,
Don Berkmeyer, Jerry Morris, and Ken Dewberry.
Pat Winters is "pinned" for Pi Epsilon Pi.
It's a wonderful feeling to be pinned for the Honor i
Society, after attaining a "B" average in all subjects t
through two and one-half years of high school. .
Miss Katherine E. Warren, the sponsor, guides
the meetings with the help of the officers. This year
the officers were Don Kreutzer, President; Bob Sensel,
Vice-President; and Roberta Caudill, Secretary.
Each member is awarded a pin symbolizing Char-
acter, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. These pins
are worn with pride and pleasure.
Pi Epsilon Pi is only one chapter in the many
which belong to the National Honor Society. A consti-
tution is the basis for the rules of all chapteis and each
sets up its own charter. e
To be eligible for the Business Honor Society,
which was organized for students taking the Commer-
cial Course, 0 student must have an average of 90
or above in all commercial subjects.
Meetings were held the first ,Tuesday of each
month. Presiding at the meetings were the officers e
Roberta Caudill, President; Wayne Utz, Vice-President;
Sylvia Flaig, secretarnyhirley Daniels, treasurer; and
Mary Stegner, Historian. The club was started and is
sponsored by Miss Bernice Culbertson. The main
project of the club was getting money for the official
pins of the society.
Averages in Commercial subjects are checked by Jar-
ine Peaslack and Rosie Hardin for admittance into the
Business Honor Society.
BUSINESS HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1: Pat Winters, Norma Johnson, Mary Stegner,
Shirley Daniels, Sara Switzer, and Mary Jane Rogers.
Row 2: Rosalie Hardin, Janet O'Day, Bernice Hill.
Clara Wooten, and Joyce Seibert. Row 3: Beverly Wig-
gins, Jorine Peaslack, Don Myers, Perry Ekert, Wayne
Utz, and Sylvia Flaig. Standing: Roberta Caudill, presi-
dent, and Miss Bernice Culbertson, advisor.
Row 1: Betty Jo McClure, Bonnie Poole, Arlene Lope,
Miss Lillian Gilb, Vera Howard, and Bernell Vance.
Row 2: Ernestine Rush, Sherrie Stroble, Bobbie Mor-
ris, Marlene Wilmot, Ida Hockney, Marilyn Bickers,
and Gail Hampton.
Bonnie Poole purchases a football ticket from office
assistants, Betty McClure, and Marilyn Bickers.
Danny Linkugel shows Art Crowe, Ron Bridwell, Dale
Landell, and Sammy Cowens the proper way.ta thread
Row 1: Rita Kreindler, Russell Weithorn, Chas. Tuttle,
Carol Mitchell, Myrna Sporing, Mary Obermeyer, Jack
Collins, Kenny Gadd, and Ruth Eubonks. Row 2: Rudy
Zinser, Phillip Wiles, Arthur Crowe, Ralph Hopkins,
Donna Willoughby, Jerry Jones, Marvin Wonder, and
Mrs. Charlotte Kerman. Row 3: Bobby Thomas, Roger
Lively, Jim Zion, Lucille Deaton, Harry Walters, James
Ahrens, Earl Kew, and Joe Tignor. Row 4: Larry
Christian, Sam Cowens, Norman Youtsey, Fred Arthur,
Jay Dameron, Jerry Weier, Barry Peper, Jim Huffman,
and Danny Linkugel. Row 5: Rogef Quinn, Ralph Fogle,
Clinton Wade, Jack Turner, Bill Hodges, Dale Lon-
dell, Ronald Hunt, Tom McKinney, and Ron Bridwell.
These girls could very properly be called Miss Gilb's
"Right hand men." They run errands, answer the phone,
deliver the daily bulletin, take special announcements
to the various rooms inthe building, and do other duties
that are needed to make our principal's office the effi-
cient one that it is.
An office assistant more than gladly gives up a
study hall each day to stay in the office. If Miss Gilb
should be absent, these girls can take over many of
the office responsibilities. Not only do they get the
experience of doing these small jobs, but it is also a
lot of fun to work on the office staff.
An important club, in rank, at Newport High School is
the Visual Aids, 'Mrs. Charlotte Kernan has been the
advisor of this club since its organization.
There are many duties which the students must
learn, the most important being the operation and
care of the expensive equipment; learning how to re-
pair the film when it breaks; going to get film; mailing
the film, after use. In addition to showing film for our
assembly programs, the students also show films to the
manystdifferent classes. These film give the students
a further knowledge of the subject.
RECORDS! BOOKS! MAGAZINES!
This equipment is found in the library
where the library staff plays an important
part in serving the student body. They have
regular routine duties which must be done
each day. The two duties are desk and room
duty. Each duty consists of distributing
books, answering the questions of the stu-
dents, and helping them to select books for
enjoyment and information. Room duty
consists of checking the attendance, shelv-
irlmg books, and taking care of the library
Row 1: Ruth Eubanks, Dione Dixon, Lois Carter,
and Evelyn Holder. Row 2: Rebecca Hunley, Rosc-
lie Broun, Nancy Clifton, Lucille Deaton, ond'Phyllis
Brooks. Row 3: Carolyn Daniels, Judy Lytle, and
Carolyn Domico watches 05 Ruth Eubonks checks out a book for Bill Ruddick, Harold Kohl, Ralph Fogle, Jerry Jones, Earl Kew,
Nancy Clifton. LOiS GOFFiOti WOitS in line- and Joe Moore set up a science experiment with a tuning fork.
The Science Club, commonly called "The
M.E.S.S. of Scientists" was started three years
ago by, and is still sponsored by Mr. Lyle
Haggard. Last year's "scientists" built a
Telsa Coil, used for electrical experiments.
The officers for this year were: President,
Joe Moore; Vice-President, Earl Kew; and
Secretary, Richard Grischy.
Row 1: Mr. Lyle Haggard, Harold Kohl, Jerry Jones,
and Sandra Campbell. Row 2: Donna Willoughby, Jim
Zion, Billy Bauer, and Ralph Fogle. Row 3: Earl Kew,
Joe Moore, and Richard Grischy.
Y . F . C .
The Yout for Christ Club was organized in
1952 and is advised by Mr. Howard Bor-
nett. It is affiliated with the Greater Cin-
cinnati Youth for Christ Organization.
The officers, elected this year, are as
follows: President, Marilyn Eggleston; Vice-
President, Mary Bondermcm; and Secretary-
Treosurer, Lois Garriott. The club reporter
is Bonnie Hoppe.
Meetings are held every Wednesday of-
ternoon in the second floor foyer. The club
has guest speakers and the members enter
Row 1: Joy Botkins, Rosie Owens, Lois Garriott, Ann
Mosley, Carol Clark, and Mr. Howard Barnett. Row
2: Pat Jennings, Louise Hill, Ruth Morgan, Peggy
Snyder, and Nancy Griffith. Row 3: Nora Chandler,
Audrey Morton, Jim Ahrens, Don Gauldin, Marilyn
Eg'gleston, and Sharon Sipe.
Mr. Howard Barnett shows the Y.F.C. trophy to the winning Lois Gutekunst, Wanda Robinsonh and Roberto Caudill, members
team of Lois Gorriott, Morilynn Eggleston, Don Gauldin, Bonnie of the F.T.A. observe a first grade numbers class.
Hoppe, and Nancy Griffith.
Visiting classrooms, attending lectures, and
assisting teachers with their many varied du-
ties are just 0 few of the projects which the
"Future Teachers of America," sponsored by
Miss Ella Stone Spencer, participate in. This
year a tout was conducted through Goodwill
For each hour of work spent on various
school and community projects, the members
earn credits. Twenty credits must be earned
in order to obtain 0 pin.
Row 1: Roberto Coudill, Jean Addison, Gerry Rush, and
Ricardo Hettel. Row 2: Donna Willoughby, Peggy Sny-
der, Wanda Robinson, Lois Gutekunst, Stella Schultz,
and Miss Ella Stone Spencer.
Danger! Beware! Detour! Rifle Club is
practicing. Well, things are not quite
so bad as all that, but it would be Sofer
to stay out of the gym after school on
The Rifle Club, just organized this year,
is sponsored by Mr. Lyle Hoggord. The
officers are as follows: Bill Ebert, Presi-
dent; Perry Eckert, Vice-President; and
Don Boss, Secretory-Treosurer.
The main purpose of the club is to,
teach the proper handling of firearms.
Meetings are held every Friday after
school for about one hour and then the
members proceed to the rifle range for
Row 1: Mr. Haggard, Jim Henly, Wayne Klink,
Donold Boss, and Tom Volz. Row 2: Wayne Al-
len, Horry Walter, Bill Ebert, Fronk Losey, Rudy
Zinser, ond Forrest Bayes. Standing: Perry Eckert,
Ronold Hunt, Nick Blankenship, Clinton Wode,
Alvin Johnson, Lorry Furnish, Gory Pobst, Dovid
Axt, and Bill Chenot.
VWogl w ,,
Deod aim at the target is taken by Jim, Henly, Woyne Klink, A strike is in order for Bill Ashcroft.
Don Boss, and Tom Volz. t
When a story is begun about 0 bowling
club two people come to mind, Andy
Voripopo and Steve Nogeyl
No, they aren't in the Bowling Club,
but they are two of the greatest bowlers
of all times.
The bowling club is for those boys who
core to learn, and for those who want to
improve their bowling so they, too, may
some day hold titles in bowling. One of
its main principles is to teach a student
good sportsmanship and bring out on in-
terest for sports. It does this by letting
the boys get in and pitch for o teomvto
Row 1: Charles Tuttle, Don McMillan, Richard
King, and Mr. Howard Barnett, Sponsor. Row 2:
Walter Feldkomp, Kent Curtis, Paul King, Jim
Dimetri, and Clyde McGill. Row 3: Wayne Allen,
Roy Schuster, Bob Wilson, Paul Collins, Ken
Cole, and Lorry Christian. Row 4: Ronald Brewer,
Ron Chandler, Tom Ashcroft, Alvin Johnson, Jim
Rowlings, and Bobby Adams.
Miss Alma Lamb, in April of 1939, or-
ganized the Pen Pal Club. The officers
for this year were: Phyllis Brooks, Presi-
dent; Richard Grischy, Vice-President;
Carolyn Hoffstedder, Secretary; and
Rosalie Broun, Treasurer.
A formal reception for the acceptance
of new members was held in October.
A tea is given in the spring of the year,
at which time on exhibit is held to dis-
play the articles which the members
have received from their Pen Palsrin
various foreign countries. Programs for
the monthly meetings are prepared by
the members at which time letters are
read and work on club projects discussed.
Row 1: Ruth Eubonks, Mary Ann'Brewster, Shir-
ley Daniels, Carolyn Hoffstedder, and Miss Alma
Lamb and Phyllis Brooks standing. Row 2: Rose
Ann Mason, Mary Ries, Pot Winters, Verona
Sharp, Mary Kew, and Pat Webster. Row 3: Lu-
cille Deaton, Nancy Clifton, Rosalie Broun, Ric-
ardo Hettel, and Richard Grischy.
Miss Lois Tanner admires the new Silver Service, purchased by Russell Withorn admires on undersea Diorama.
the Pen Pal Club. Rosalie Braun serves and Miss Alma Lamb,
club sp'onsor, looks on.
W A L D E N C L U B
Since 1947 the Walden Club which is
under the sponsorship of Miss Alma
Lamb has been concerned with the work-
ings of nature. This year the club chose
Leroy Weaver, President; Robert Hasse,
Vice-President; Carol Metheringhom,
Secretary; Lucille Deaton, Treasurer;
and Richard Grischy, Parliamentarian.
Members this year sold Christmas cor-
sages and decorated each home room in
the school by putting large "wreaths on
the doors. During their tree bells, the
members continued to make Dioramas
containing scenes of South America,
Africa, and a Pueblo Village.
Row 1: Peggy Witt, Carol Sonsom, Carol Croil,
Carol Witt, Rose Ann Mason, Russell Withorn,
and Ruth Eubonks. Row 2: Miss Alma Lamb, Bill
Mittendorf, Marilyn Reynolds, Rosalyn Johnson,
Billy Ruddick, Janet Jones, and Carol Wasser.
Row 3: Morolah Beirne, Lucille Deoton, Marilyn
Kinghorn, Richard Grischy, Robert Hosse, Ric-
ardo Hettel, and Leroy Weaver.
Members of this club learn the fundamen-
tals of figure skating as well as hockey. A
special admission price is given the members
which entitles them to a full two hour skating
period at only holf-price.
Row 1: Miss R. Peocher, W. Lowe, M. Bush, A. Holz-
shuh, I. Reise, C. Brickler, P. Godd, B. Whittaker,
L. Engies, L. Baker, and Miss J. A. Geverts. Row 2:
S. Daniels, M. Sporing, J. Scott, P. Brooks, S. Ratliff,
N. Noble, B. Carmichael, S. Albice, E. Wonder, R.
Cooper, and R. Kreindler. Row 3: D. Schloke, R.
Johnson, P. Winters, R. Schldke, V. Howard, B. Wig-
gins, M. Stegner, S. Owens, B. Wilson, M. Obermeyer,
C. Stucker, and P. Ratliff. Row 4: M. E. Shay, M. Wii-
mot, P. Reed, L. King, M. Shay, S. Stroble, C. Ebert,
P. Fitters, M. Woodward, C. Morris, L. Carter, R. Mor-
gen, and B. Borhorst. Row 5: M. Wolhbrink, B. Hill,
L. Gutekunst, C. Daniels, B. Bowen, L. Hill, W. Robine
son, M. L. Zoppin, J. Rothinghous, G. Luke, J. Peoslack,
S. King, and C. Siebert. Row 6: H. Walters, J. Hole,
F. Huffman, M. Crawford, B. Albice, F. Arthur, D.
Cosebolt, M. Hemingway, M. Kneal, J. Kolp, T. Man-
yet, 5. Sipe, J. Seibert, B. Morris, and S. Rittinger.
On April 15 the members of the Travel
Club climbed aboard the C 8t 0 George
Washington and arrived in Washington,
D. C. early the next morning where they
boarded a Pennsylvania train for New
York City. Noon found them checking into
the Taft Hotel which was their home in
Conducted tours were taken through
both upper and lower Manhattan and the
United Nations Buildings.
Row 1: Thelma K'idd, Mary Henderson, Gail Porter,
and Donna Willoughby. Row 2: Mrs. Leila M. Peak,
Jorine Peoslock, Roberto Caudill, Carol Anderson,
Jo Ann Beggs, Luretho Monroe, Pot Winters, and
Shirley Daniels. Row 3: Miss Janice Robbins, Joyce
Dunn, Sylvia Flaig, Mary Lou Stine, Janice Schwit-
zer, Gedrgia Goodwin, Barbara Wornke, and Pat
Drees. Row 4: Miss Lillian Gilb, Judy Jones, Joyce
Wohriey, Betty O'Bonion, Pauline Harrison, Betty
McKee, and Mrs. Joyce Poinsett.
Peggy Ratliff, Toni Monyet, and Don Cosebolt take a turn All aboard for New York and points East. Thelma Kidd, Pagline
around the ice at Cincinnati Gardens. Harrison, Sylvia Flaig, Mrs. Peak, and Miss Gilb are waiting
to board the train.
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Above: Shirley King talks about
her future in show business
with George Palmer of WKRC.
,Above: A visit to the dressing room found all hands busy those lost
minutes before the minstrel show.
Below: Faculty members, Miss Mary E. Morris, Miss Mary Lee Caldwell,
and Mrs. Dorothy Tebbs were present at the Junior-Senior Prom.
Above: Miss Jen Bohlinger stops for
a chat with her niece, Joann Boh-
Left: Dennis Holzschuh has the ball,
but loses his seat in the donkey bos-
Left: The entire student body is directed in song by Jack
Below: The roving photographer finds a section of the chorus
Below, left: Jock Wimmer, music director, helps Stanley
Rouse and Donna Willoughby practice for an assembly.
Bottom: Music Department makes money from a bake sale.
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MUSIC PROVIDES A
Left to right: Beulah Combs, Jackie Ziegler, Sonja Ready, Corol Wosser, Joan Weiner, De-
lores Bios, Shirley Rittenger, Ruby King, Martha Wohlbrink, Pot Becker, Carol Siebe'rt,
Bonnie Borhorst, and Carol Hionce. Peggy Ratliff at the center front.
The sixty members of the NeWport High School March-
ing Band and the fifteen mojorettes began another year of
marching, playing, and dancing into the hearts of everyone
at hoIf-time at football games, pep meetings, assemblies,
and finally graduation. The band this year, was very capobly
directed by Mr. Jack Wimmer. This was Mr. Wimmer's first
year at N. H. S.
In the lost two weeks of August the band members and
mojorettes began to get ready for the coming year by learn-
ing new dance routines and songs. This practice continued
for many weeks throughout the football season. After the
football season, the band practiced every day during the
sixth period for assemblies, concerts, minstrels, and gradu-
This year there were two head mojorettes; Peggy Rot-
liff, who led the bond and mojorettes through the first five
football games and Shirley Rittinger, who led them through
the last five games. They danced to theitunes of the late,
greot, Glenn Miller and to some of the old songs that brought
about the popular dance, the Charleston.
Shirley Rittenger Peggy Ratliff
CHANCE TO EXHIBIT TALENT . . .
Row 1: Don Enzwoller, Bonnie Downord, Gloria Tieford, Sue
Ruddick, Teddy Dansberry, Penny Ebert, Earl Losey, and Tommy
Ratliff. Row 2: Pat Delohcmty, Carol Hoffman, Roger Hartke,
Mary Ann Reese, Carol Ortlieb, Jim Abbott, Solly Seibert, and
Mr. Wimmer. Row 3: Jim Wilson, Tommy Owens, Eugene Davis,
Pot Reed, Judy Bell, Sally Daines, and Jack Shepard. Row 4:
Tim Goodall, Linda Miller, Gory Chalk, Martha Shay, Marjorie
Butler, Louise King, Mary Kew, Bill Knapp, and Ken Colston.
Row 5: Donna Willoughby, Carol Hill, Ben Stol, Dennis Prutow,
Donna Owens, Georgiana Luke, Houston Ebert, and George Hoff-
stedder. Row 6: Tom Volz, Jim Zion, Corl Tilford, Harry Butler,
Ralph Fogle, Wayne Klink, Joy Smith, Bob Sensel, and Stanley
Row 1: Miss Janice Robbins, Ella Glacken, Opal Skaggs, Margie
McIntosh, Dione Ewing, Marilyn Horn, Jackie Grisby, Laverne
Hall, Wanda Mullins, Elaine Wilson, Charlene Webster, Mary
Carter, Betty Watkins, and Cecile Holey. Row 2: Rosalie Walling-
ford, Jorine Peoslack, Rosalie Hardin, Roberto Coudill, Mary
Elkins, Helen Barnes, Joyce Hornsby, Phyllis Godd, Charlotte
Buckler, Jackie Ziegler, Bonnie Borhorst, Peggy Ratliff, Beulah
Combs, Nancy Daniels, and Christine Zinser. Row 3: Joyce Sond-
foss, Bonnie Schworberg, Carol Witt, Janice Abbott, Florence De-
Rossett, Marilyn Woodward, Lois Carter, Mary Bandermon, Lloyd
Shackleford, Peggy Snyder, Laura Sharp, Pot Hronek, Phyllis
Mixed quartet composed of AI Mor-
gan, Lois Gutekun'st, Betty McClure,
and Harry Butler practice, accompanied
by their director, Miss Jonice Robbins.
Smith, and Carol Sonsom. Row 4: Betty Erwin, Sherrie Strobel,
Laura Engle, Lillian Wright, Verona Sharp, Ann Canada, Carol
Bailey, Joann Bohlinger, Nancy Bertlesmon, and Carol Schriber.
Row 5: Shirley Daniels, Norma Woodoll, Betty Bowen, Violet
Whitley, Mary Stegner, Louise Hill, Betty Bradbury, Betty McKee,
Margie Butler, Lucille Deoton, Judy Hole, Linda Waddle, Joyce
Siebert, Goldie Bonnor, Ruth Harvey, and Pat Jennings. Row 6:
Janet Fredericks, Gordon Adams, Myrna Kneol, Ronnie Collins,
Norman Youtsey, Lorry Furnish, Ronnie Pigg, Nick Blankenship,
Bill Boyd, AI Morgan, Jerry Morris, Martha Hemingway, Johnny
Ferrel, Ralph Hawkins, Peggy O'Doy. and Janet O'Doy.
Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti-Do! ! ! These musical tones are heard every .day by
the students from the one hundred and eighty members of the chorus dur-
ing the fourth and fifth periods. This means that the chorus is practicing
for one of the many activities in which they participate during the school
year. Some of these activities are the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter
assemblies and Graduation. The chorus is directed by Miss Janice Robbins, 0
erer graduate of Newport High School and the Cincinnati College of
During the year the chorus participated in the Northern Kentucky
Vocal Clinic under the direction of the famous Cincinnati Symphony
conductor, Dr. Thor Johnson.
In November some of the members participated in the eighteenth an-
nual concert of the Kentucky All State Chorus given in the University of
Kentucky Memorial Coliseum, Lexington, Kentucky. The chorus was under
the direction of George F. Krueger, choral director of the Indiana University
Schoo! of Music. The chorus of approximately a thousand girls and boys was
the largest Kentucky chorus ever heard in the state, and represented seventy-
Miss Janice Robbins, Director
Row 1: Carol Wooten, Joan Scott, Judy Bomback, Shirley
Brewer, Betty Strange, Arlene Hauck, Shirley Morgan, Pat Sauer-
win, Mary Pomeroy, Carol Clark, Elaine Warider, Audrey Scott,
Ruth Eubanks, Rita Kreindler, and Bonnie Poole. Row 2: Vera
Howard, Mary. Ann Brewster, Janet Jones, Carol Metheringham,
Beverly Wiggins, Crystal Weaver, Carol Gadd, Barbara Baker,
Barbara Whittaker, Mary Jane Wenk, Harold Gadd, Ray Mar-
Owens, Betty Neal, Clara Wooten, Pat Hinte, Clarice Wither-
spoon, Pat Witte, Shirley King, Irene Benefiel, Nora Chandler,
Gail Duckworth, and Mary Trent. Row 5: Shirley Rittinger,
Carol Welder, Mary Lou Zappin, Shirley Crawford, Bonnie Bres-
nauer, Rebecca Hunley, Jean Addison, Lois Gutekunst, Carol
Lickert, Joy Turner, Sharon Sipe, Joyce Dunn, Gayola Case,
Betty McClure, Maralah Bierne, and Ruth Richardson. Row 6:
tin, Janet Harvey, and Diane Wiggins. Row 3: Margie Stephens, Toni Manyet, Pat Blankenship, Jim Raosa, Harry Butler, Ri-
Myrna Sporing, Mary Lovelace, Dolores Bias, Juanita Sparks, carda Hettel, Larry Harden, Barry Benjamin, Charles Chandler,
Pat Feucht, Margaret Hedges, Barbara Simms, Charlotte Myers, Erwin Deaton, Ronnie Banfield, Earl Shackleford, Owen Carter,
Dianne Dewald, Judy Austin, Stella Schultz, Josephine Oliver, Barry Peper, John Gettys, Barbara Albice, Donald Bass, and
Barbara Revel, and Connie Bouras. Row 4: Pat Moore, Marilyn Bruce Morgan.
Eggleston, Nancy Griffith, Pat Becker, Joan Weiner, Sandy
The Sand Men bring sleep to Gretel molores BioQ ond Hansel Womye Bitzerl Danced by
Joan Weiner, Carol Pitford, Georgiana Luke, and Carol Wosser.
THE MAD MINSTRELS
Dolores Bios did a Polevetsion dance.
and Sh'b Os. inter r
Irley ng D eted by
h Ol House" was a dance by Paul Gosneyt
"T is e
nd Ron VanMeter, the Mountain Boys.
The theme for the 1955 Minstrels was, "Pictures At An Exhibition." It was
divided into "Latin America," "Hansel and Gretel," and "Stage Show,"
and was directed by James W. Parke. Choreography was by Ellen Stan-
hope, Billie Ziegler, Dolores Bias, Pat Harris, and Tomye Bitze
The finale with the entire cast.
Left: Ronnie "Jug-heod" Bridewell goes in for o crip against
Boone County. Results two points for N. H. S.
Below: Owen Carter, Golden Gloves lightweight chomp,
coaches Ken Colston and Jim Rowlings on the arts of boxing.
Bottom: Lengthening shadows find the freshmen busy at a
NEWPORT HAS GREAT YEAR
The "Wildcats" of 1955 in winning eight games and losing only two,
had the best season any Newport team has had since 1940. The team's
success this year was due to much hard work on the part of the coaches
and the players.
Coach Miller's charges started the season on the rightAfoot, by edging
out the. good Louisville Eastern team, 14-7. The following week, they made
it two in a row by trouncing Raceland.
In the third game of the season, Newport Public won its first Pension
Bowl Game by defeating Newport Catholic 28-7.
The next three weeks saw the "Wildcats" winning in easy fashion
to run their string of victories to six straight. This was the longest winning
streak any Newport team had compiled since 1942.
Newport, playing its worst game of the year, lost in its next outing
to Dixie Heights, 14-6. But the "Cats" bounced back by beating Ludlow
and a strong Holmes team in their next two games.
In the final game of the season, Newport journeyed to Mt. Sterling
to play in the Recreation Bowl Game, against powerful Corbin. The "Wild-
cats" played great ball and almost upset the favored "Red Hounds," before
finally losing 27-21.
But even in defeat, Newport gained rnuch prestige as a result of its
fine showing. The "Cats" were ranked among the top teams in the state
at the end of the year.
Phil Hamilton throwing a pass. F O o T B A L L
Ronnie Downard pouse's to regain his breath after a hard ploy.
Above: Jim Wood, No. 60, assisted by blockers, Ronnie
Downord, No. 74, and Ronnie Pigg, No. 73, goes all
the way for a touchdown.
Right: Football managers for 1955 were James Huff-
man, Clarence Turner, Kent Curtis, and Lyle Jones.
Row 1: Sam Cowen, Mgr., Jim Bird, Bob Lee, Delbert Hatfield,
Marvin Wonder, Jerry Combs, Larry Harden, Dick Wallace, Paul
Collins, Harry Walters, Billy Jones, Tom Simpson, Gerry Scott,
Jerry Jones, Delton Leigh, and Joy Domeron, Mgr. Row 2: Lyle
Jones, Mgr., Clarence Turner, Mgr., Don Ratliff, Phil Hamilton,
Clarence Swoblond, Richard Long, Eugene Volter, Roger Quinn,
Richard Vories, Warren Harden, Norman Youtsey, Jim Wood,
George Rush, Ernie Blout, Jim Huffman, Mgr., and Kent Curtis,
Mgr. Row 3: Bob Miller and Pete Riley, Coaches, Edwqrd Morris,
Earl Shackleford, Erwin Deoton, Ronnie Pigg, Donny Points, John
Turner, Dennis Holzschuh, Dole Landell, Lester Temple, Ronnie
Downord, Cecil Turner, Bill Morton, E. K. Burton and Carl Plant-
Dale Landell Bill Morton Ken Cotcomp
Roger Quinn '
Irvin Deaton, Dole Londell, and Mar-
vin Wonder during extra point worm-
Ronnie Pigg Marvin Wonder Eugene Volter
Norman Youtsey Dick Long Jim Wood
BASKETBALL PROVIDES AN OPP.
Henry Green goes in for a push up in the game with Covington
Row '1: Edwin K. Burton, Asst. Coach; Marvin Wander, Manager;
Douglas Jordan, Angelo Hall, Billy Jones, Don King, Robert
Stubbs, Jim Farmer, Kent Curtis, Manager, and Stanley Arnzen,
The opening of the 1955-56 season found the
Wildcat Basketeers facing the task of bettering their
second place standing in the Northern Kentucky Con-
ference. The team was centered around two return-
ing regulars from the 54-55 team which had placed
fourth in the state in tourney play.
John Turner, with 115 points on foul shots, 1625
accurate1 was the recipient of the trophy awarded
each year by Coach Arnzen to the player making
the highest percentage of foul shots. John, with 517
points for the regular season, averaged 20.7 points
per game. Making an average of 70.4 points per
game, the team scored a total of 1836 points for
the season. Their opponents made a total of 1322
The 'Cats were honored with a bid to the Louis-
ville Invitational Tournament for the third consecue
tive year. They were defeated by Central City in the
With a perfect record for the Northern Ken-
tucky Conference, the team was able- to cop the Con-
ference Crown and enter the race for a berth in the
field of champions. The past season was the most
outstanding exhibition of season play a NeWport
team has enjoyed for the past 15 years.
Co-Captains for the year were Henry Green and
The Little 'Cats were no slouches! Their record
for the year was 24 wins and 2 losses. They were
awarded championship trophies for winning the Nor-
thern Kentucky Athletic Freshman Conference, The
Northern Kentucky Freshman Tournament, and the
Taylor Invitational Tournament.
Coach. Row 2: Henry Green, Richard Casey, Jerry Morris, Ronnie
Bridewell, Clarence Turner, John Turner, Ernest Brady, Ronnie
Pigg, Richard Vories, and Roger Quinn.
NITY TO EXHIBIT SKILL
Above: Seniors - Henry Green, Jerry Morris, Ronnie Bridewell, Ronnie Pigg,
and Roger Quinn.
Right: "Big" John Turner goes up
for one of the many rebounds which
enabled the Wildcats to defeat the
Little Colonels from Dixie Heights.
Ronnie Pigg and Jerry Morris back
up the rebound.
Below: W-l-L-D-C-A-T-S- Wildcats in traditional pre-gome formation.
Above: The Opening toss in the Covington Catholic game.
"Big" John Turner leads worm-up practice before a game with Dayton.
Boone County 52
Clark County 50
Campbell County 52
Newport Catholic 53
Dixie Heights 52
St. Henry 40
Boone County 57
Covington Catholic 56
Simon Kenton 60
Campbell County 57
Henry Clay 64
64 Male 54
6O CentrolCity 9O
71 St. Marys 15
99 Campbell County 60
77 Highlands 58
73 Highlands 44
53 Covington Holmes 51
59 Boone County 69
ROW 13 Kenneth Reynolds, Mgr., Kenneth C019, Frank LOSGY, Formr, Richard Wallace, Bob Lee, Don Price and Neal Connors,
Coach. Row 3: Jerry Jones, Mgr., Robert Hesse, Stanley Graydon,
Del Hatfield, Tom Simpson, Donny Points, Ken Pigg, and Jack
McMoth, Mgr. Row 2: Ted Donsberry, Jerry Scott, Marvin Bill Pelfrey, Stuart Stormer, and Ellis Hurd, Mgr.
Left: Ken Pigg makes two points
against Newport Catholic in the
Freshman Tournament. Newport wos
Below: Simon Kenton and Newport
Reserves scramble for a rebound.
Baseball season for the Wildcats started early
in the spring, with the usual amount of "sore" arms
and aches. The team, after hard weeks of practice,
finally shaped into a fair looking boll club. As the
season progressed the winning streak of the "Cats"
rapidly increased, and the district and regional tour-
naments slowly drew near. By tournament time the
"Cats" record stood 0t 10 wins and 2 losses.
The "Wildcats" won the district championship
by defeating Newport Catholic, their orch-rivals, in
a real thriller, with the final score of 2-0. This marked
the first time in 7 years that the "Wildcats" had
beaten Newport Cathol ic. W,
Newport then won the regional crown and re-
ceived the chance to compete in the State Baseball
Tournament at Louisville. The "Cats" were unfortu-
nate in losing their first game to Hall High School,
but they still held a season record of 17 games won
and 3 lost. This is the best record that Newport has
had for quite a few years.
Ralph Chapman, coached by Ronnie Pigg, is safe at home plate.
Row 1: Ronnie Sonsom, Ralph Chapman, Bill Thornton, Norman Roger Quinn, Les Temple, and Barry Moore. Row 3: Stanley
Youtsey, Douglas Herthel, Jerry Morris, and Bruce Barkhou. Arnzen, Coach, Don Bass, Kent Curtis, Frank Cheek, Richard
Row 2: Ken Bailey, George Rush, Phil Hamilton, Ronnie Pigg, Vories, and Doc Morris, score keeper.
Ronnie Pigg and Norman You'rsey, Newport Battery, talk over Douglas Herthel grounds one through second for CI single.
strategy before a game.
Coach Stanley Arnzen conducts pre-gome worm-up.
Row 1: Coach Edwin Burton, Ronnie Derrick, Warren Harden, Droege, Ervin Deaton, Bob Taylor, Ed Huffman, Dennis Holz-
Billy Jones, Don McDaniel, Tomye Bitzer, Don Schneider, Don schuh, Bill Morton, Jim Wood, and Joe Lynn, Mgr.
Lovelace, and Carl Mcllvoy. Row 2: Tom Reed, Mgr., Leroy
TRACK SYMBOLIZES ENDURANCE
Last year's track team, piloted by Coach Edwin
Burton,, placed second to Highland's Bluebirds in the
Regional meet by a small margin of 2 points.
Highlands scored 66 points against Neiwport's
close 64. While trying desperately to take the crown
from the' Bluebirds, the Wildcats managed to set
four new Regional records. Bob Taylor in the shot
put event topped his old record by 3 feet 131: inches
with a distance of 48 feet 134 inches. Ed Huffman
also maintained his record in the discus throw, of
135 feet lOV2 inches.
A new Regional record was also set by the 880
yard relay team, consisting of Warren Harden, Bill
Jones, Ed Huffman, and Leroy Droege. The time was
It was a well fought meet by all teams but
Highlands managed to edge out Newport to win
66-64. Newport finished fourth in the N. K. A. C.
The lettermen that returned to the team this
year were a promising lot, featuring Marilon Reams,
top-notc'h broadjumper, Leroy Droege, the boy who
broke the school's record for the 220 yard dash with
the time of 24:0 and two little speedsters, Warren
Harden and Bill Jones. Bill Morton, fastest Junior
hurdler, at Newport, Mr. Burton has ever seen, was
handicapped this year because of a knee injury ac-
quired during football.
Dennis Holzschuh tries a shotput.
SWIMMING DEVELOPS GRACE AND FORM
Each Wednesday afternoon the NHS Mermen
are found swimming in a meet at some nearby school
or practicing in the pool at the Covington Y.
Meets this year were with Withrow, St. Xavier,
Purcell, Taft, Hughes, Woodward, and Locklond high
schools in Southwestern Ohio, and with Highlands in
Two important meets in which the team partici-
pated were the Northern Kentucky meet, which the
Newport team has won every year for the past 16
years, and the State meet which is held each year
at the University of Kentucky Coliseum.
The team was coached by M. J. Covana and Co-
Captains were All Stater Bob Sensel and Marvin Won-
Coach Covcmo with Co-Coptoins Bob Sensel and Marvin Wonder.
Row 1: Marvin Wonder, Bob Sensel, Tom Stanfield, Don Kreut-
zer, Barry Peper, Houston Ebert, and Earl Kew. Row 2: M. J.
'Bud' Covono, Coach, Robert Neal, Ronnie Utz, Don Ratliff,
Larry Keen, and James L. Cobb, Principal.
Howard Barnett, Coach, Jerry Weier, Ken Cotcomp, Ted Dons- Jerry' Weier, Ken Cotcomp, and Houston Ebert meet in the
berry, Houston Ebert, and Roy Schuster. Don Schneider was ob- Club House before a round of Golf.
sent when the picture was token.
G O L F The Newport 'Niblickers,' under the leadership of Mr. Howard Barnett,
ended their 1955 season with 0 record of two wins and eight losses. The
team participated in both the Post Tournament and the Regional Tourna-
ment, which were played at the Twin Oaks Country Club.
The Golf team faced an uncertain season this year, having lost three
of its members through graduation. The club was built around returning
lettermen, end the captain Houston Ebert. Houston was backed by return-
ing golfers Ken Cotcamp, Charles Schuster, and Raymond Schuster.
Row 1: Marvin Wonder, Norman Youtsey, Warren Hardin, Henry Green, Ken Cotcomp, and
Sam Cowens. Row 2: Lyle Jones, Kent Curtis, Jim Huffman, Eugene Volters, Gory Pabst,
Bob Sensel, Jim Woods, and Earl Kew. Row 3: Ron Brideweil, Don Rotiiff, Leroy Droege,
Jerry Weier, Dick Vories, Phil Hamilton, and Roger Quinn. Row 4: Ronnie Pigg, Barry Peper,
Ron Downord, Bill Morton, Dick Long, Edward Morris and Jerry Morris. Row 5: Cecil Turner,
Billy Jones, Earl Shockieford, Dennis Holzschuh, John Turner, Clarence Turner, and Irvin
JUNIOR HIGH TEAMS
Row 1: Manager Bobby Walters, Rodney Gross, Darrell Murray, Victor Scharstein, Carl
Tilford, Charles Lovett, Lorry Sprinkle, and Manager Ronnie Combs. Row 2: Coach M. J.
Cavona, Larry Wilson, John Williams, Joy Boyd, Elwood Ewing, and James Gilbert.
Row 1: Betty Waddle, Donna Bowman, Carol Hill, Sally Seibert, Kathy Myers, Darlene Brody,
Sally Doines, Janice Seifried, Arlene Richter, and Sharon Wonder. Row 2: Richard Rip-
berger, Sylvester Fields, Charles Tomlin, James Murphy, G. V. Deoton, Richard Lienhordt,
and Howard Miller. Row 3: Coach M. J. Covono, Bill Hightchew, William Block, Roger
Grimes, Victor Schorstein, Joe Beozley, Don Jones, Charles Lovett, and Leon Morris.
44'.- W1 ,
Mojorettes Delores Bios, Carol Siebert, Bonnie Borhorsf, Martha
Wahlbrink, Carol Heinz, Potty Becker, Ruby King, Peggy Ratliff,
Shirley Rittinger, Carol Wosser, Pot Edwards, Sonja Ready, Jackie
Row 1: Varsity: Rosalie Hardin, Jorine Peoslock, M lene Wil-
mot, Shirley King, and Carole Fisher. Row 2: Reserves: Mary Der-
rick, Carol Welder, Toni Monyet, Linda Waddle, Connie Bouros,
and Bonnie Poole.
Ziegler, Beulah Combs, and Joan Weiner strut to "On Ye
Wildcats!" at a pep rally.
Left to right: Marlene Wilmot, Gwen Swank, and Christine Zinser make
their selections for a record session.
Back row: Carol Ebert, Gwen Swank, Georgiana Luke, Sherrie Strobel, and
Shirley King. Front row: Rita Kriendler, Barbara Carmichael, President,
Christine Zinser, Marlene Wilmot, Secretory, Martha Wahlbrink, and
Miss Rhea Peocher.
GAA BUILDS FIRM, STRONG BODIES
Row 1: Rita Kriendler, Elaine Wonder, Beverly Wilson, Ruth Crosby, Louise Baker, Arlene
Holzschuh, Betty Sutton, Christine Zinser, Connie Bouros, LoVern Ingguls, and Bonnie Poole.
Row 2: Pat Souerwin, Caroline King, Carole Fisher, Juanita Sparks, Joan Scott, Myrna Spor-
ing, Mary Obermeyer, Stella Schultz, Roberta Caudill, Mary Jane Wenk, and Miss Rhea
Peocher. Row 3: Rosie Owens, Jorine Peoslack, Rosie Wollingford, Ann Stuart, Evelyn Holder;
Shirley King, Mary Ellen Shay, Barbara Carmichael, Geraldine Hall, Joyce Sondfoss, Ann
Mosley, and Iva Reise. Row 4: Marlene Wilmot, Judy Sheets, Gayle Walters, Nancy
Scott, Ernestine Rush, Nina Noble, Jerry Rush, Gwen Swank, Pot Witte, Lenora Reeder, Ruth
Morgan, and Marjorie Bush. Row 5: Betty Neal, Judy Bell, Martha Wahlbrink, Nancy Grif-
fith, Marilyn Woodward, Laura Turner, Louro Engel, Morilynn Eggleston, Darlene Johnson,
Ruth Schloke, Carol Ebert, and Mary Derrick. Row 6: Mary Lou Zoppin, Carol Hill, Linda
Waddle, Pot Webster, Joyce Siebert, Janet O'Doy, Bernice Hill, Wanda Robinson, Toni
Mcnyet, Betty McClure, Corol Welder, and Sandra Owens. Row 7: Donna Gregory, Sherrie
Strobel, Judy Hole, Judy Egon, Rebecco Hunley, Frances Huffman, Janet Fredericks, Betty
Bradbury, Martha Shay, Bonnie Bresnauer, Georgiana Luke, Mary" McIntosh, Audrey Morton,
and Ruby King.
m0$mxuwxm m 4' am ..
Girl's sports at Newport High are sponsored by the Girl's Athletic
Association. This group is under the direction of Miss Rhea Peocher, who
is assisted by the officers and board members. The officers are: President,
Barbara Carmichael; Vice-President, Martha Wohlbrink; Secretory, Marlene
Wilmot; and Treasurer, Bonnie Hoppe.
The board members each have the duty of efficiently carrying out
the program of the sport which they are in charge of.
The girls participate in such sports as aerial darts, badminton, volley
ball, bowling, swimming, basketballl- hiking, ping-pong, and checkers.
Points are given to members for participation in each session of indi-
vidual sports. Awards are based on the total number of points received. The
presentation of awards and the selection of the outstanding Senior member
of the organization are made at the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet which
is held in the spring of the year.
The main purpose of the organization is to promote good sportsman-
ship, teamwork, and fair-plciy. It helps girls to learn how to get along with
each other. The organization strives to produce healthy bodies, strong
minds, and true character through sports.
Left, to Vright: Fran Huffman
and Linda Waddle are waiting
to receive an aerial dart serve
by Mary Derrick.
Above: Myrna Sporing and
Rita Kriendler plan a tennis
Left, to right: Judy Hole, Toni
Monyet, Mary Lou Zoppin,
and Shirley King enjoy a game
of checkers while Carol Ebert
and Sherrie Stroble watch.
Adkins, Julian "Silos" General
192 Peter G. N011 Co. 1-6416
Albany, Louisiana 1; Chefopo, Kansas 2; In.-
dependence, Kansas 3.
Bass, Don "Fish" Scientific
1105 Burnet Avenue Co. 1-8647
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 4; Chorus 4.
Benefiel, Anna Irene "Renee" Commercial
222 Linden Avenue Hi. 1-2835
Swimming Club 1; Skating Club 1; Pep Club
2; Chorus 3, 4; Office Staff 4.
Berkemeyer, Don H. "Berk" General
213 Linden Avenue Hi. 1-6060
Honor Society 3, 4.
Bickers, Marilyn Ann "Lynn" Commercial
318 Lindsey Street Ax. 1-2090
G.A.A. 1, 2; Skating Club 1; Student Council
1; Swimming Club 1; Office Staff 3, 4;
Chorus 3; Newportian 4.
Blankenship, Joseph N. "Nick" General
736 Columbia Street Ax. 1-9316
Walden Club 2; Rifle Club 4; Chorus 4;
Baden, Alice Joyce "Jo" General
823 Overton Street Ju. 1-4292
Newporfer 1, 2, 3, 4; Pen P01 2; Senior Class
Bowen, Betty Comerciai
1007 BrightonStreef Ax. 119056
G.A.A. 1; Library Staff 2; Chorus 3, 4.
Bradley, William -"Bill" General
336 Monmouth Street Ax. 1-3897
John G. Carlisle 1; Walden Club 2; Pen Pal.
Braun, Rosalie Anne "Rose" Commercial
1117 Putnam Street Ju. 1-7084
Pen Pal 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Library Staff 3,
4; Newportian 4.
Brewer, Ronald Garrett "Ron" General
727 York Street Ax. 1-2350
Holmes 1; Grant County High 2, 3; Bowling
Club 4; Track 4.
Bridewell, Ronnie Lee "Jugheod" Commercial
70 Peter G. Noll Ju. 1-1609
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Visual Aids 4.
Brooks, Phyllis Ann "Puddles" Commercial
17 West Tenth Street Ju. 1-7579
Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Pen P01 1, 2, 3',
4; Skating Club 4; Newporter 3, 4; New-
Bush, Mariorie Ruth "Bush" Commercial
429 Hodge Street Ju. 1-6844
G.A.A. 1, 3, 4; Skating Club 4.
Butler, Harry General
318 West Fourth Street He. 1-1063
Aiken, South Carolina 1, 2; Band 3, 4; Min-
stre1 3, 4; Chorus 4.
Carter, Owen Leon, Jr. "Leon" Scientific
35 Booker T. Washington Place He. 1-3727
Lincoln Grant High 1, 2, 3; Chorus 4.
Case, Donald "Treetop" Commercial
926 Park Avenue Ax. 1-7978
Caudill, Robeita "Bobbie" Commercial
794 East 10th Street Ju. 1-8873
G.A.A. 1, 3, 4; Newporfer 1, 2; Swimming
Club 1; Minstrel 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3,
Secrefory 4; Business Honor Society 3, Presi-
dent 4; Travel Club 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Christian, Larry Paul "Chris" Commercial
812 Patterson Street None
Bowling Club 2, 3, 4; Visual Aids 4; Chorus 4.
Clifton, Nancy "Cliffie" Scientific
1227 Vine Street Ax. 1-5106
Pen Pal 1, 3, 4; Skating Club 1; Library
Staff 2, 3, 4; Newporter Staff 3, 4; New-
Cope, Norma Jean "Noima" Commercial
27 East 81h Street Ju. 1-3468
Pen P01 1; Newporter Sfaff 1, 2; Honor So-
ciety 3, 4; Newportion 4; Senior Class Play.
Cotcamip, Kenneth Eugene Commercial
34 East 11th Street Ju. 1-8293
Football 2, 3, 4; Golf Club 3, 4.
Cowens, Samuel "Sam" Commercial
215 East 3rd Street Ju. 1-3982
Baseball 1; Track Manager 2; Football Man-
ager 3, 4; Visual Aids 4.
Crowe, Arthur Lee, Jr. "Art" Commercial
114 Washington Avenue Ju. 1-6746
Basketball 1, 2; Visual Aids 3, 4.
Cummins, Raymond Howard "Ray" Scientific
329 West 7th Street He. 1-5739
Damico, Carolyn "Domic" Commercial
2622 Alexandria ije Hi. 1-6153
Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Pen P01 1, 2.
Daniels, Shirley Mae "Shirl" Commercial
3 West Ridge Place Co. 1-9471
Bond 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Business
Honor Society 3, 4; Pen P01 4; Student Coun-
cil 4; Chorus 4; Skating Club 4.
Dean, Beverly "Bev" Commercial
311 Lindsey Street Ju. 1-2200
Decker, LeRoy "Lee" General
1095 Waterworks Road He. 1-0436
Walden 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4.
Dewberry, Kenneth "Dew" General
1115 York Sfreef Ju. 1-8981
Student Council 1, 2, 3; Visual Aids 1, 2;
Honor Society 3, 4.
Dietriech, Donald Micheal "Diets" General
10 East Walnut Street Hi. 1-9067
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball. 1, 2, 3; Honor
Society 3, 4; "N" Club 3, 4.
Droege, LeRoy "Pete" Commercial
547 Lexington Avenue Co. 1-6385
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming Club 1; Foot-
ball 3; "N" Club 3.
Ebert, Bill "Ernie" General
32 Prospect Street Ax. 1-2106
Rifle Club 4; Track 4.
ECkert, Perry Thomas "Eck" Commercial
1196 Grand Avenue Ju. 1-3202
Basketball 1; Business Honor Society 3, 4;
Rifle Club 4.
Embry, Carol "Red" Commercial
911 Hamlet Street None
Student Council 2.
Engel, William Carl "Butch" General
2122 Joyce Avenue Co. 1-1093
Walden Club 1; Y.F.C. 3.
Enslen, Ronald General
901 Monroe Street None
Ferguson, Janice Lou "Jan" Commercial
61 Peter Noll Homes Ju. 1-4882
Ferrel, Johnnie General
609 East 3rd Street Ju. 1-3299
Chorus 4; Rifle Club 4.
Fisher, Carole "Fish" Commercial
511 Thornton Street Ax. 1-5505
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Minstrel 2, 4.
Flaig, Sylvia Ann Commercial
102 Walnut Street Hi. 1-4852
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Skating Club 1, 2; Honor
Society 3, 4; Business Honor Society 3,, 4;
Student Council 3.
Frymeyer, Betty Jo "Fry". General
406 Park Avenue Ax. 1-5573
Swimming Club 1; Skating Club 1, 4; G.A.A.
2; Office Staff 3;, Chorus 3, 4.
Gutekunsf, Lois Anne "Louie" Scientific
307 Linden Avenue Co. 1-4967
G.A.A. 1; Swimming Club 1; Chorus 1, 3, 4;
Minstrel 1, 3, 4; Newporter 2; Whlden Club
2; Visual Aids 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4;
Senior Class Play.
Hampton, Delores Gail "Pete" General
1003 Columbia Street Ax. 1-2632
Student Council 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Class
Secretary 3; Newporter 3, 4; Newportion 4;
Office Staff 4; Chorus 3.
Hardin, Rosalie Joy "Becky" Commercial
614 Lexington Avenue Co. 1-6551
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4;
G.A.A. 1; Newporter 2, 3; Honor Society 3,
4; Swimming 1; Business Honor Society 3,
4; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hemingway, Martha Wilson "Marty"
641 Central Avenue Co. 1-9217
G.A.A. 1; Chorus 3, 4; Skating Club 4.
Henderson, Mary "Squeekie" Commercial
139 Center Street Hi. 1-6033
Skating Club 1, 2; Pep Club 2;1Newporter
3, 4; G.A.A. 3.
Hill, Bernice Jeanette "Niece" Commercial
412 Monmouth Street None
Skating Club 1, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Chorus 3;
Honor Society 3, 4; Newportion 4.
Hockney, Ida Lee Commercial
25 Weingorfner Place Ju. 1-7397
Skating Club 1.
Hodges, Gerald "Jerry" Commercial
610 Observatory Avenue Co. 1-6649
Hoffstedder, Carolyn Ann "Carol"
831 Roberts Street He. 1-5878
Student Council 2, Alternate 1; Library Staff
2, 3; Pen P01 3, Secretary 4; Newportian 4.
Howard, Vera Lou "Pee-Wee" Commercial
1219 York Street Ju. 1-2899
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Skating Club 1, 4; Office
Hunt, Ronald "Ron" Scientific
422 West 12th Street He. 1-8262
Visual Aids 3, 4; Rifle Club 4.
Johnson, Donald "Don Juan" Scientific
708 Isabella Street None
Walden Club 1; Austin High 2.
Johnson, Joyce B. "Joy" Commercial
410 West 12th Street Ju. 1-5976
Hazard, Ky. 1, 2.
Johnson, Norma Jean Commercial
410 West 12th Street Ju. 1-5976
Hazard 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Business
Honor Society 3, 4; Chorus 3.
Kreutzer, Donald William Scientific
312 Linden Avenue Hi. 1-8552
Track 1; Swimming Club 2, 3, 4; Honor
Society 3, President 4; Student Council 4.
Landell, Dale Commercial
1079 Grand Avenue Co. 1-8913
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; "N" Club 3;
Visual Aids 4.
Lung, Richard Clarence "Dickie" Commercial
249 Clifton Avenue Ju. 1-8510
Football 2, 3, 4; "N" Club 3.
Leek, Wanda Gail Commercial
1302 John Street Ju. 1-1754
Skating Club 1; Newporfer 1.
Linkugel, Daniel "Snoogle" Commercial
54 E. 10th Street Ax. 1-3354
Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4.
Lyfle, Judy "Sweetie" Commercial
812 Monroe Street Ax. 1-4405
G.A.A. 1; Skating Club 1; Library Staff 2,
McAllister, Sue "Susie" General
911 Hamlet Street Ju. 1-0278
Campbellsburg High 1, 2; Carrollton High 3.
McClure, Betty "Bet" General
406 Park Avenue Ax. 1-5573
Swimming Club 1; Skating Club 1, 4; G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4; Office Staff 2, 3, 4.
Mayer, John F. "Johnny" General
17 Ohio Avenue Co. 1-3130
Skating Club 1, 2; Minstrel 1, 2; Bond 2;
Dramatics Club 3.
Moore, Clem Milford "Curly" General
116 West 3rd Street None
Moore, Robert "Buz" "Scientific
825 York Street Ax. 1-0487
Honor Society 3, 4.
Morgan, Alfred Lawrence "Al" General
33 Kentucky Drive Co. 1-5825
Chorus 3, 4; Dromotics Club 3; Minstrel 3;
Senior Class Play
Morris, Barbara Elaine "Bobbie" Commercial
53 Rose Avenue Hi. 1-4851
Swimming Club 1; Skating Club 1, 4; Office
Staff 4; Senior Class Play.
Morris, Jerry Lee "Jer" General
270 Beech Road Hi. 1-9064
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
"N" Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; New-
portion 4; Chorus 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Morton, Bill "Jumper" Scientific
432 WesiL 9th Street Ju. 1-7181
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3; "N'f Club 3, 4; Honor Society
3, 4; Newporticm 4; Senior Class Play.
Myers, Donald "Don" Commercial
131 West 11th Street None
Skating Club 1; Honor Society 3, 4; Business
Honor Society 3, 4.
Noonan, James "Jim" .General
1142 Central Avenue Ax. 1-8627
O'Day, Janet "Judy" Commercial
723 Liberty Street Ju. 1-9487
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Swimming
Club 1; Business Honor Society 3, 4.
O'Day, Peggy "Peg" Commercial
551 East 4th Sfreef Co. 1-1517
Chorus 1, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Skating Club 4.
Owens, Sandra "Sande" Commercial
512 Hodge Street Co. 1-2985
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Skating Club
Peaslack, Jorine "Jo" Commercial
217 West 6th Street Co. 1-6567
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4;
G.A.A. 1, 3, 4; Newporter 2, 3; Swimming
Club 1; Minstrel '1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society
3, 4; Business Honor Society 3, 4; Senior
Pigg, Ronnie "Wiggles" General
816 Roberts Street He. 1-7452
Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Skating
Club 1; Bowling Club 2; "N" Club 3; Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Plummer, Betty "Boop" General
818 Isabella He. 1-6174
La Salette Academy 1, 2, 3.
4 West 13th Street
Bible Club 1.
Quinn, Roger "Quinny" Scientific
1039 Brighton Street Ax. 1-8455
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Baseball 1,
2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council
1, 3; Visual Aids 3, 4; "N" Club 3, 4;
Senior Class Secretqry 4. .
Raleigh, Robekt Lee "Bob" Commercial
412 Columbia Street . None
Ratliff, Peggy "Roxshell" Commercial
209 East 2nd Street He. 1-2083
Mojorefte 1, 2, 3, Head Moioretfe 4; Swim-
ming 1; G.A.A. 2, 3; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4;
Skating Club 4.
Rcum, George "Whitey"
1114 York Street
Reams, Marilon General
833 Maple Avenue Ju. 1-8229
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Football.-
2, 3; "N" Club 3.
Redmond, Oliver Lewis "Lu Lu"
1016 Columbia Street
Reed, Lois Jean "Freckles" General
26 19th Street Ju. 1-8841
Dramatics Club 3.
Reppetto, Kathryn Ann "Katie" Commercial
35 West 81h Street He. 1-8016
Richardson, Ruth Anne Commercial
407 6th Avenue, Dayton, Ky. None
Skating Club 1; Chorus 3, 4.
Rittinger, Shirley Yvonne "Rift" General
624 Washington Avenue Ax. 1-4984
Moiorefte 1, 2, 3, Head Mojorette 4; Skating
Club 1, 2, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Minstrel 1, 2, 3,
4; G.A.A. 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Robinson, Lee Wanda "Wendie" Scientific
1031 Brighton Street Co. 1-5406
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Skating Club 1, 4; Annual
Staff 4; F.T.A. 4; Pen P01 2.
Rogers, Mary Jane "Janie" Commercial
439 Lindsey Street Co. 1-6502
G.A.A. 1, 3; F.T.A. 1; Honor Society 3, 4;
Business Honor Society 3, 4; Newportian Staff
Rouse, Stanley "Joe" Scientific
329 Hodge Street Co. 1-0252
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor
Society 4; Newportian Staff 4.
Schreiber, Barbara Ann "Barb" Commercial
410 West 11th Street Ju. 1-8823
Bond 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 4;
Skating Club 4.
Schuster, Ray "Sonny" General
1137 Orchard Street He. 1-5355
Bowling Club 3, 4; Golf Club 3, 4; Visual
Sensel, Robert Norman "Sense" General
238 Walnut Street Hi. 1-5444
Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; Minstrel -1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1; Swimming Team 2, 3, 4; "N" Club 3, 4;
Honor Society 3, Vice-President 4.
Shackelford, Lloyd "Shack" Commercial
318 Elm Street Ax. 1-4753
Siebert, Joyce Lee "Joy" Commercial
131 16th Street Ax. 1-1398
Swimming Club 1; Chorus 3, 4; Business
Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Student
Council 3; Skating Club 4.
Smith, Cecil "Smitzky"
1119 Ann Street
Honor Society 3, 4.
Stanfield, Tom Scientific
609 Central Avenue Ju. 1-9872
Swimming Team 3, 4.
Stegner, Mary Beatrice "Mil" Commercial
182 Kentucky Drive Co. 1-5109
Skating Club 1, 4; Pen Pal Club 2, 3; Chorus
4; Business Honor Society 3, 4; Honor So-
ciety 3, 4.
Stephany, Ronald Lee "Ronnie" General
235 Peter G. Noll Homes None
Campbell County 1, 2, 3.
Stephens, Margie "Nid" Commercial
46 Grondview Avenue He. 1-5077
Skating Club 1; Chorus 3, 4.
Stephenson, Joe "Speeter" Commercial
17 Biehl Street Ax. 1-9064
Switzer, Sarah "Swifz" Commercial
1028 Hamlet Street Ax. 1-6792
Business Honor Society 3, 4.
Thornton, William Eugene "Thorny"
25 Bramble Ave., Highland Hg'rs. Hi. 1-2782
Basketball 1; Baseball 3, 4.
Tucker, Nora Lee General
918 Central Avenue None
Library Staff 4.
Ufz, Wayne "Utzerouche" Commercial
749 Isabella None
Honor Society 3, 4; Business Honor Society
3, Vice-President 4.
Volter, Elmer Eugene "Gummer" General
227 Monmouth Street Ju. 1-3552
Basketball 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2,
3, 4; Seniof Class Play.
Wade, Clinton "Clint" General
723 Liberty Ju. 1-1838
Skating Club 1; Pen Pal Club 2; Visual Aids
3, 4; Rifle Club 4; Walden 2; Newporfer 2;
Travel Club 2.
Wallingford, Rosalie "Rose" General
942 Ann Street Ju. 1-7582
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Visual Aids 1; Chorus 3,
4; Newporfer 3; Skating Club 4.
Walter, Gayle "Wolf" General
29 16th Street Co. 1-5022
Wander, Marvin "Marv" Scientific
837 Maple Avenue He. 1-3190
Skating Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming Club 1; Swimming Team
1, 2, Captain 3, 4; SfudemL Council 1, 2;
Visual Aids 3, 4; Newporfer 2, 3, 4; "N"
Club 1, 3, 4; Baskefboll Manager 3, 4; Co-
editor Newportion 4; Honor Society 3, 4;
Class Vice-President 3, 4; Boys' State 3;
Senior Class Ploy.
Ware, Helen Jo ce "Toofie" Commercial
1123 Isabella He. 1-7497
Y.F.C. 1, 2, '3; Chorus 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3.
Watkins, Beniamin "Ben" Scientific
510 Wesf Sixth Street Ju. 1-3368
Lincoln Granf 1, 2, 3.
Weier, Joseph Jerry General
1102 Columbia Street Ax. 1-0883
Football 1, 2, Manager 3; Chorus 3, 4;
Track 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Visual Aids
3, 4; "N" Club 3, 4; Golf Team 4.
Wenk, Mary Jane "Wenkie" Commercial
1037 Patterson Street Co. 1-4511
Student Council Alternate 2; Chorus 3, 4;
G.A.A. 3, 4.
Wiggins, Beverly "Bev" Commercial
923 Columbia Street Ax. 1-6359
Skating Club 1, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4;
Swimming Club 1; Honor Society 3, 4; Busi-
ness Honor Society 3, 4.
Wilmot, Marlene May "Willie" General
612 Riverside Drive Ju. 1-6845
Student Council 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Presi-
den? 4; Swimming Club 1; Pen P01 2; Honor
Society 3, 4; Skating Club 1, 4; Newporter
1, 2, 3; Girls' State 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Newporfion 3; Chorus 3,
4; Minstrel 3; Office Staff 4; Senior Class
Wilson, Robert "Bob" General
626 East Ninth Street Ax. 1-9671
Bowling Club 1, 4; Honor Society 3, 4;
Chorus 4; Student Council 4; Senior Class
Winters, Patricia Ann "Pat" Commercial
627 Nelson Place Co. 1-6470
G.A.A. 1; Newporter 2, 4, Co-editor 3; Pen
P01 2, 4, Secretary 3; Newportion 3, Editor
4; Honor Society 3, 4; Business Honor Society
3, 4; Travel Club 3; Skating Club 4; Senior
Witherspoon, Clarice "Clar" General
620 Dayton Street He. 1-0524
Y.F.C. 4; Chorus 4.
Wohrley, Joyce Faye Scientific
41 Sixteenth Street Ju. 1-4577
Pen P01 1, 2, President 3; Newporter 2, 4,
Co-editor 3; Skating Club 4; Newportian 3,
4; Honor Society 3, 4; Visual Aids 2; Li-
brary Staff 3; Travel Club 3; Dramatics
Club 3; Senior Class Play.
Wood, Larry Jim "Woody" Commercial
130 Harvard Place Hi. 1-2629
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball 1, 2; Class Treasurer 3, 4; "N" Club
1, 2, 4.
Wooten, Carol Lynne "Doodie" Commercial
427 West Thirteenth Street Co. 1-2279
Chorus 3, 4.
Wooten, Clara May "Nookie" Commercial
427 West Thirteenth Street Co. 1-2279
Chorus 3, 4; Business Honor Society 3, 4;
Honor Society 3, 4.
Youtsey, Norman "Youfz" Scientific
438 West Twelfth Street Ax. 1-9420
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 4;
Basketball 2, 3; Swimming Club 1; Baseball
2, 3, 4; Class President 3, 4; Honor Society
3, 4; "N" Club 1, 3, 4; Track 1; Newporter
3, 4; Visual Aids 3, 4.
Zappin, Mary Lou "Lou" Commercial
526 West Tenth Street Ax. 1-6808
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pen Pal Club 2; Chorus
3, 4; Skating Club 1, 4; Senior Class Play.
Zinser, Rudy "Rock" Scientific
502 Overfon Street ,He. 1-4941
Swimming Club 1; Track 1; Visual Aids 3,
4; Honor Society 3, 4; Rifle Club 4; Senior
Seated: Mrs. A. C. Gutekunst, Mrs. Douglas Braun, and Mrs. Edwin Quinn.
Standing: Mrs. Walter Berkemeyer and Mrs; James Dunn.
'! a V
of the ZON
SENIORS and their Advisor
VICTOR H. BROWN
Heating 8: Piping
7-H East Fourth Street
the Class of '56
for Men and Boys
8th and Monmouth Streets
A Savings Institution!
Compliments of KAPPA PHI GAMMA SORORITY
3rd and Park We Deliver
K 81 K
A P P L I A N C E S
LATON IA KENTUCKY
408 E. 10th Street
Phone HE. 1-4519
843 Monmouth Street Newport, Kentucky
10th and Hamlet Newport, Ky.
Open 7:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
'1 HOUR SERVICE
"We do our own cleaning"
1001; Off 4 Cash and Carry
Joseph Early, Prop.
H A M L I N ' S
2410 Alexandria Pike U. S. Highway 27
Phone H1. 1-9896 Southgate, Ky.
Best of Luck Seniors
"Delivered to your door"
CHRIS EBERT 8 SONS, PrOp.
338 Fairfield Ave. Bellevue, Ky.
Phone CO. 1-5266
414 East Seventh Street
19th 8t Monmouth St. HE. 1-9144
WARREN J. KENNEDY
Country Homes and Forms
Real Estate Insurance
Phone Myrtle 7-5556 Mentor, Ky.
T H E F A S H I O N
"Better wearing apparel for Women
833 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
Choice Steaks 8: Poultry
328 East 9th St. Newport, Ky.
Phone HE. 1-9601
1017 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
844 York St. Newport, Ky.
Phone HE. 1-8986
1 0th 81 Mon roe
HE. 1-9291 Newport, Ky.
209 E. 10th St. Newport, Ky.
John W. Obel, Prop.
502 E. 10th Street Newport, Ky.
Phone HE. 1-8508
Convenient Banking Prompt Service
WEST SIDE SAVINGS BANK
Easy Parking No Meters No Congestion
10th and Columbia Newport, Ky.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS - 5 to, 8
NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL
"Congratulations and Best Wishes"
THE GEO. WIEDEMANN
601 Columbia St. Newport, Ky.
"We thank you for your patronage for the last 26 years
and wish success to the, 1955-56 Class"
733 .Monmouth St. I ' Newport; Ky.
Fred A, Erschell 8: Son 5 Vanderhaor 5 Stetter
William S. Muehlenkamp
Wm. C. Betz Sons A. C. Dobbling 8: Son
912V2 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
ALBERT E. BATHIANY
Sixth and Monmouth
Electrical Supplies-Pipg and Fittings
935 MonmouthStreet Newport, Ky.
Phone CO. 1-8051
8th and Monmouth Sts.
to. 1-4183 co. 1-4184
B R A N D T ' s1
9th 8: Monmouth Newport, Ky.
9th and Central K Newport, Ky.
18th and Monmouth Sr'rs.
Phone AX. 1-6210 Newport, Ky.
FREE DELIVERY AMPLE PARKING
M. 8: M. BEAUTY SALON
641 Monmouth Street Newport, Kentucky
6th 81 YORK STREETS
HE. 1-9101 HE. 1-9102
Air Conditioned Five Barbers
H I C K S
We Try to Please You
907 Monmouth St.
ERNIE 8: ELSIE VALZ'S
MA R K ET
Choice Meats --------- Fruits
Vegetables - - - - - - - - - Groceries
11th and Columbia Streets
HE. 1-9650 Newport, Ky.
Paints HARDWARE Glass
11th and Patterson Sts. Newport, Ky.
FIRE - FIRE
Avoid A Loss
Insure with Haas
A D A M C . H AAS
724 Monmouth 51'. CO. 1-9869
EDWIN l. POATE
FLORIST and DESIGNER
111 E. 7th St. Newport, Ky.
"Flowers For All Occasions"
JU. 1-3996 RES. HI. 1-1991
AND lOAN ASSOCIATION
1010 Honmoulh Sim! - pron, Kentucky
35 E. 11th St. Newport, Ky.
ETHICAL DRUG SERVICE
33 East Eighth St.
DIAMON DS and WATCH ES
Cor. 8th and Monmouth
Phone JU. 1-3065 Mrs. John Pompilio
FINEST BEERS AND LIQUORS
American and Italian Foods
Italian Spaghetti and Ravioli
Sixth and Washington Newport, Ky.
Harry F. Deite rmon
Member Federal Deposit
81 0 Mon mouth Street
8th Street at Orchard
CHESTER A. SILVA, Inc.
John Bankemper, Prop.
CO. 1-1840 103 E. 7th
THE H. J. HOSEA 8: SONS CO.
Domestic 81 Export Packers
12th 8: Central Ave. Newport, Ky.
9th 8t Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
Tel. HE. 1-9317
"Chili at its best"
Best of Luck to the Class of '56
Norma Cope and Gail Hampton shop for
"BEST OF LUCK"
To the Class of '56
Phone AX. 1-2578
10th 81 Monmouth Newport, Ky.
5 U N 5111 N E
H A RID1N AKR E
We Specialize in Corsages
IDF El FI:EIKS
720 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
Phone CO. 1-9297
HILL'S DRY CLEANERS
K RAA N1E R
C A N D IE S
1006 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
H E. 1-9440
F RAA N K 'S
CHOICE MEATS, FROZEN FOODS
FISH AND POULTRY
805 Park Ave. Newport, Ky.
Amnca's MOST FAMOUS oouamoscx
umauacsn. . .7": ORIGINAL BIG aov
ORDER BY PHONE
AND TAKE 'EM HOME
C A R L C H AKL K
10th and Monmouth Newport, Ky.
Ronnie Downard President
Barry Peper Vice-President
Bruce Borkhau Treasurer
Carol Licke rt Secretary
Mrs. Gladys Garner Advisor
CITIZENS TELEPHONE COMPANY
to the Class of ,56
from your Telephone Company
V GOOD PLACE TO WORK"
18 E. 6th St. Newport, Ky.
Each Sunday - 7:30 til 10:30
Nancy Bertelsman, '57 Doc Morris
Lois Gutekunst, '56 Carole and Jim
Betty McClure, '56 Mrs. Odessa Parker
Rose Wallingford, '56 Hazel S. McFarlon
Connie Sims, '58 Leila M. Peak,
Pot Winters, '56. Hazel Girvin
Jerry Morris, '56 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burton
Bob Wilson, '56 Mr. and Mrs. Neal Connor
Wanda Robinson, '56 Mr. and Mrs. Stan Arnzen
Bernice Hill, '56 Sophomore Homeroom 16
Abbott, Janice 31, 80.
Adams, Gordon 31, 80.
Adams, Janet 31.
Adams, Mary 26.
Adams, Robert 37, 72.
Adams, Roy 26, 66.
Addison, Jean 26, 71, 81.
Adkins, Jean Marie 37.
Adkins, Julian 42.
Albice, Barbara 31, 74, 81.
Albice, Sally 26, 74.
Ahrens, James 37, 69, 71.
Allen, Wayne 31, 72.
Ament, William 37.
Ament, Virginia 26.
Anderson, Betty 7, 26.
Arnold, Becky 26.
Arnzen, Stan 22, 90, 95.
Arrowood, Bill 26.
Arthur, Freddy 10, 11, 26, 67, 69, 74.
Ashcroft, Larry 26.
Ashcroft, Thomas 31, 72.
Ashcroft, William 26, 72.
Austin, Judith Ann 31, 81.
Axt, David 37, 72.
Backer, Beverly 46, 67, 101.
Bailey, Carol Sue 6, 37, 57, 80.
Baily, Kenneth 37, 64, 94.
Baker, Barbara 26, 81.
Baker, Louise 26, 74, 102.
Baker, Monroe 37.
Banderman, Mary Ann 37, 80.
Banfield, Ronald 24, 26, 81.
Barbiea, Janet 26.
Barkhau, Bruce 36, 37, 94.
Barhorst, Bonnie 26, 74, 78, 80, 100.
Barnes, Helen 26, 80. 3
Barnett, Howard 9, 22, 71, 72, 98.
Barnett, Rosetta 37. .
Barr, William 26.
Bass, Don 42, 79, 81, 94.
Bass, Robert 26.
Bauer, Charles 37, 70.
Baumbach, Judy 31, 81.
Beazley, Jacquel 24, 31.
Becker, For 31, 78, 81, 100.
Beirne, Maralah 26, 67, 73, 81.
Belcher, Gary 26.
Bell, Judy 31, 79,. 102.
Benefiel, Irene 42, 81.
Benjamin, Barry 37, 81.
Berkemeyer, Don 7, 42, 68.
Bertelsman, Nancy 37, 80.
Bias, Delores 37, 78, 81, 82, 83, 100.
Bickers, Marilyn 42, 69.
Bird, James 26, 87.
Blankenship, Nicholas 42, 72.
Blankenship, Patty 37.
Blaul', Ernie 37, 87.
Boden, Joyce 42, 62, 63.
Bohlinger, Jen 23, 75.
Bohlinger, Jo Ann 26, 75, 80.
Bonner, Arzel Melvin 37.
Bonner, Goldie 37, 80.
Bonner, Herbert 13, 31.
Botkin, Joy Ann 26, 71.
Bouras, Connie 37, 81, 100, 102.
Bowen, Betty 42, 74, 80.
Bowels, Clarence 31.
Bowles, Arthur 31.
Bowling, Carl 37.
Bowman, Charles 26.
Boyd, Bill 24, 31, 80.
Bradbury, Betty 4, 31, 80, 102.
Bradley, William 4, 42.
Brady, Ernie 31, 90.
Bramel, Thomas 31.
Brammer, Walter 31.
Branham, Virgil 37.
Braun, Douglas 37.
Braun, Rosalie 42, 53, 66, 70, 73.
Braunfz, Gloria 37.
Bresnauer, Bonnie 31, 81, 102.
Brewer, Ronald 4, 6, 42, 72.
Brewer, Shirley Ann 31, 81.
Brewster, Mary Ann 26, 73, 81.
Brickler, Charlotte 11, 14, 26, 80.
Bridewell, Ronnie, 8, 42, 69, 84, 90,
Bridges, James 26.
Brock, Raymond 26.
Brooks, Phyllis 10, 42, 66, 67, 70, 73,
Brummett, Glenn 26.
Buck, Robbie 11.
Burton, Thomas Lee 31.
Burton, Edwin K. 4, 22, 35, 87, 90, 96.
Bush, Marjorie 42, 74, 102.
Butler, Harry 6, 43, 79, 80, 81.
Butler, Marjorie 26, 79, 80.
Butler, Norma 7, 31.
Butler, Shirley 26.
Bybee, James 26.
Caldwell, Mary Lee 6, 22, 31, 75.
Canada, Ann 31, 80.
Capek, Marilyn 31.
Carmichael, Barbara 46, 101, 102.
Carpenter, William 7, 26.
Carter, Lois 37, 70, 74, 80.
Carter, Mary Charlotte 26, 80.
Carter, Owen 43, 54, 80, 81, 84.
Case, Christine 26.
Case, Don 43.
Case, Gayola 46, 80.
Casebolt, Donald 26, 74.
Casey, Richard 31, 90.
Caudill, Lester 31.
Caudill, .Roberta 43, 68, 71, 74, 80,
Caylor, Joann 26.
Chandler, Alvin 26, 72.
Chandler, Lynne 32, 71, 81.
Chenol', William 32, 72.
Christian, Dolly 26.
Christian, Larry 43, 72.
Clark, Carol 32, 71, 81.
Clark, Ronald 26.
Clifton, Nancy 43, 66, 67, 70, 73.
Clowers, William 32.
Cobb, James L. 16, 19, 97.
Coffey, James 32.
Cole, Dora 32.
Cole, Kenneth 26, 72, 93.
Collins, Jack 32, 69.
Collins, John 10, 21.
Collins, Paul 37, 64, 72, 87.
Colliver, Evalyn 22.
Colston, Kenneth 26, 79, 84.
Combs, Beulah 32, 78, 80, 100.
Combs, Hayden 32.
Combs, Jerry 32, 87.
Combs, Ora 26.
Conner, Neal 22, 93.
Conway, Bernice 32.
Cooper, Rohama 32, 74.
Cope, Norma 5, 43, 62, 66, 67, 68.
Cornelus, Joel 37.
Cotcamp, Ken 43, 88, 98.
Cottie, Ronald 32.
Cowens, Sammy 43, 69, 87, 98.
Cox, Donald 37.
' Crail, Carolyn 26, 73.
Crawford, Martha 37, 74.
Crawford, Shirley 32, 81.
Creech, James 26.
Crosby, Robert 32.
Crosby, Ruth 26, 102.
Crowe, Arthur 43,,69.
Culbertson, Bernice 6, 22, 68.
Cummins, Ray 44.
Cummins, Wayne 32.
Curtis, Kent 37, 72, 87, 90, 94, 98.
Dameron, Jay 32, 69, 87.
Daniels, Carolyn 37, 70, 74.
Daniels, Nancy 32, 80.
Daniels, Shirley 24, 44, 68, 73, 74, 80.
Dansberry, Edward 24, 26, 93.
Doves, Eugene 26, 79.
Day, Donald 26.
Dean, Beverly 4, 44.
Deaton, Bernie 26.
Deaton, Bobby 32.
Deaton, Ervin 37, 81, 87, 89, 96, 98.
Deaton, Lucille 7, 32, 64, 69, 73, 78,
Decker, Leroy 44.
Deegan, William 26.
Delehanty, Patricia 26, 79.
De Metre, James 26, 72.
De Moss, Jerome 26.
De Rossett, Florence 37, 80.
Derrick, Mary 32, 100, 102, 103.
Dewald, Diane 32, 81.
Dewberry, Kenneth 44, 68.
Dietriech, Don 44, 68.
Dixon, Diane 37, 70.
Donnelly, Dan 32.
Downard, Ronald 36, 37, 86, 87, 98.
Drake, Hope 32. '
Droege, Leroy 44, 96, 98.
Duckworth, Gail 26, 81.
Dunn, Joyce 37, 74, 81.
Ebert, Bill 44, 72.
Ebert, Carol 32, 74, 101, 102, 103.
Ebert, Edith 26.
Ebert, Houston 37, 79, 97, 98.
Eckert, Perry 9, 44, 68, 72.
Edwards, Audrey 32.
Edwards, Pat 11, 32, 100.
Egan, Judith 32, 102.
Eggleston, Marilynn 32, 64, 67, 71,
Elkins, Jerome 38.
Elkins, Mary 26, 80.
Elkins, Raymond 5, 26.
Embry, Carol 44.
Engel, Laura 38, 80, 102.
Engel, Carl 44.
Enslen, Ronald 44.
Erpenbeck, Kenneth 32.
Ervin, Betty 27, 80.
Eubanks, Ruth 32, 69, 70, 73, 81.
Ewing, Dian 27, 80.
Ewing, Nancy 32.
Farmer, James 32, 90.
Farrar, Marvin 27, 93.
Feldkamp, Walter 27, 72.
Feltner, Bethe! 27.
Ferguson, Gene 11, 32.
Ferguson, Janice 44..
Ferguson, Kenneth 11, 32.
Ferrel, John 44, 80.
Feucht, Patricia 35, 38, 64, 67, 81.
Fisher, Carole 12, 45, 56, 61, 100,
Fitters, Peggy 27, 74.
Flaig, Sylvia 4, 45, 67, 68, 74.
Fogle, Ralph 32, 67, 69, 70, 79.
Frederick, Janet 32, 80, 102.
Fritts, Dianne 38.
Fryer, Alice 27.
Fryer, John 32.
Frymeyer, Betty Jo 51.
Furnish, Larry 32, 72, 80.
Gabelman, Harold 27.
Gabelman, Ralph 27.
Gadd, Carol 38, 81.
Gadd, Harold 27, 69, 81.
Gadd, Phyllis 27, 74, 80.
Garner, Gladys 16, 22, 36.
Garriott, Lois 8, 38, 70, 71.
Gauldin, Donald 38, 71.
Gemmer, George 38.
Gemmer, Nancy 27.
GeHys, John 32, 81.
Geverts, Joann 22, 26, 30.
Gibson, Wardell 27.
Gilb, Lillian 23, 69, 74.
Girvin, Hazel 7, 16, 22, 63.
Glacken, Ella 32, 80.
Gordon, Orval 27.
Gossett, Robert 27.
Govan, Charles 38.
Gray, Gypsy 7, 22.
Graydon, Stanley 27, 93.
Green, Henry 8, 38, 90, 91, 98.
Greene, Donald 27.
Gregory, Dona 27, 102.
Griffith, Nancy 32, 67, 71, 81, 102.
Grigsby, Jackie 27, 80.
Grindstaff, Arlene 32.
Grischy, Dorothy 32.
Grischy, Richard, 24, 38, 67, 70, 73.
Gross, Paul 27.
Gutekunst, Lois 7, 45, 60, 62, 63, 64,
71, 74, 80, 81.
Haggard, Lyle 7, 22, 70, 72.
Hole, Judy 32, 67, 74, 80, 102, 103.
Haley, Cecile 38, 80.
Hall, Angelo 32, 90.
Hall, James 38.
Hall, John 27.
Hall, LcVerne 3, 6, 27, 45, 80.
Hall, Nancy 27.
Hamblin, Jerry 32.
Hambrick, Edward 38.
Hambrick, William 32.
Hamilton, Michael 32.
Hamilton, Phil 38, 86, 87, 94. 98.
Hampton, Gail 45, 66, 67, 69.
Happe, Bonnie 8, 38, 67, 71.
Harden, Larry 32, 81, 87.
Harden, Warren 24, 38, 87, 96, 98.
Hardin, Rosalie 12, 67, 68, 80, 100.
Hardy, Carol 38.
Harris, Joyce 38.
Harris, Ruth 22.
Hartke, Roger 27, 79.
Harvey, Janet 27, 81.
Harvey, Ruth 38, 80.
Hesse, Robert 27, 73, 93.
Hatfield, Delbert 27, 87, 93.
Hutton, Darrell 27.
Hauck, Arleen 38, 81.
Hedges, Margaret 38, 81.
Hemingway, Ben 27.
Hemingway. Martha 45, 74, 80.
Henderson, Mary 45, 67, 74.
Herald, Daisy 7, 27.
Hetteburg, George 32.
HeH'el, Ricardo 67, 71, 73, 81.
Hiance, Carol 32, 78, 100.
Highfield, John 27. .
Hill, Bernice 45, 66, 68, 74, 102.
Hill, Carol 27, 79, 102.
Hill, Louise 32, 71, 74, 80.
Hill, Retro 27, 67.
Hinte, Pat 27, 81.
Hockney, Ida 45, 69.
Hodges, Bill 4, 33, 69.
Hodges, Gerald 11, 45.
Hoffstedder, Carolyn 46, 53, 66, 73.
Hoffstedder, George 27, 79.
Holder, Evelyn 33, 70, 102.
Holzschuh, Arlene 27, 74, 102.
Holzschuh, Dennis 38, 75, 87, 96, 98.
Hopkins, Ralph 27, 69.
Horn, John 33.
Horn, Marilyn 33, 80.
Hornsby, Joyce 33, 80.
Howard, Garry 27.
Howard, Vera 46, 69, 74, 81.
Hronek, Patsy 33, 80.
Hudson, James 27.
Huffman, Frances 24, 33, 74, 102, 103.
Huffman, James 38, 69, 87, 98.
Hunley, Rebecca 33, 70, 81, 102.
Hunt, Ronald 46, 54, 69, 72.
Hurd, Ellis 33, 93.
Hurd, Eva 38.
Ingguls, La Verne 33, 74, 102.
Irwin, Patricia 38.
Jennings, Par 33, 71, 80.
Johnson, Alvin 38, 72.
Johnson, Donald 46.
Johnson, Joyce 46.
Johnson, Norma 46, 68.
Johnson, Rosalind 27, 73, 74.
Jones, Billy 33, 87, 90, 96.
Jones, Janet 27, 56, 81, 98.
Jones, Jerry 7, 24, 33, 69, 70, 87, 93.
Jones, Lyle 33, 87, 98.
Jourdan, Douglas 27, 90.
Julian, Donald 27.
Kaufman, George 27.
Kernan, Charlotte 7, 22, 63, 69.
Kew, Earl 33, 69, 70. 97, 98.
Kew, Mary 27, 79.
Kew, Ninona 23.
Kidd, Thelma 38, 74.
Kimbrough, Carlton 38.
King, Carolyn 33, 102.
King, Donald. 38, 90.
King, Louise 27, 29, 74, 79.
King, Paul 38, 62, 64.
King, Richard 33, 72.
King, Ruby 11, 38, 78, 100, 102.
King, Shirley 9, 10, 12, 38, 64, 74, 75,
81, 82,100, 101,102, 103.
King, Thomas 27.
Kinghorn, Marilyn 27, 73.
Kinzer, Phyllis 38.
Klink, Wayne 38, 72, 79.
Kneal, Myrna 27, 74, 80.
Knock, Patricia 27.
Kohl, Harold 33, 70.
Kolp, Jimmy 33, 74.
Kuntz, Carol 38.
Kuntz, Gary 27.
Kreindler, Rita 30, 33, 67, 69, 74, 81,
101, 102, 103.
Kreutzer, Donald 24, 46, 59, 68, 97.
Kroth, Elwood 33.
Kroth, Warner 33.
Kyle, Edmund 39.
Lamb, Alma 16, 22, 73.
Landell, Dale 46, 69, 87, 88, 89
Lenders, Donald 36.
Long, Geraldine 39.
Long, Joan 39.
Long, Richard 14, 15, 46, 87, 89, 98.
Lupe, Arlene 39,. 69.
Lee, Charles 27.
Leigh, Delton 33, 87.
Lepper, Edward 27.
Lepper, Peggy 33.
Lickert, Carol 36, 39, 81.
Liles, Walter 27.
Linkugel, Daniel 47, 68, 69.
Little, John 39.
Lively, Roger 27, 69.
Losey, Franklin 27, 72, 93.
Lovelace, Mary 39, 64, 81.
Lovett, Shirley 33.
Lowe, Wanda 33, 74.
Luke, Georgiana 39, 74, 79, 82, 101,
Lusher, Alfred 27.
Lutz, Ralph 27.
Lynn, Joe 33, 96.
Lytle, Jack 39.
Lytle, Judy 47. ,
McAllister, Sue 47.
McClung, Donna 10, 33.
McClure, Betty 47, 69, 80, 81, 102.
McFenna, Patricia 6, 27.
McGaha, Wayne 33.
McGill, Clyde 27, 72.
McIntosh, Don 27.
McIntosh, Elizdbeth 28.
McIntosh, Margie 39, 80, 102.
McIntosh, Roy 33.
McIntosh, Richard 39.
McIntosh, Walter 33, 64.
McKee, Betty 39, 74, 80.
McMath, Jack 33, 93.
McMillan, Don 39, 72.
McNay, Frank 28.
Manyet, Toni 10, 24, 33, 64, 69, 74,
81, 100, 102, 103.
Martin, Bill 33.
Martin, Dixie 33.
Martin, Ira 28.
Martin, Raymond 28, 81.
Martin, Wallace 5, 28.
Maschinof, James 33.
Mason, Billie 33.
Maybury, Alfred 24, 28.
Mayer, John 47.
Mays, Jessie 33.
Metheringham, Carol 28, 81.
Miller, James 33.
Miller, Linda 28, 79.
Mitchell, Carole 28, 69.
Mittendorf, Billy 28, 30, 73.
Mockbee, Dale 33.
Moore, Barry 33, 94.
Moore, Joseph 7, 33, 70.
Moore, Clem 47.
Moore, Patricia 28, 81.
Moore, Thurman 28.
Moore, Robert 47.
Morford, Robert 34.
Morgan, AI 44, 47, 54, 62, 63, 80.
Morgan, Bruce 28, 81.
Morgan, Darrell 34.
Morgan, Ruth 4, 34, 71, 74, 102.
Morgan, Shirley 39, 64, 81.
Morris, Barbara 9, 47, 53, 56, 58, 62,
Morris, Carolyn 28, 74.
Morris, Edward 28, 87, 94, 98.
Morris, Jerry 4, .47, 54, 62, 63, 66,
68, 80, 90, 91, 94, 98.
Morris, Mary E. 22, 75.
Morris, Wanda 34.
Morton, Audrey, 24, 28, 71, 102.
Morton, William 47, 62, 66, 87, 88,
Mosley, Anna 28, 71, 102.
Mosley, Donald 28.
Mullins, Glenna 24, 28.
Mullins, Joyce 28.
Mullins, Sue 39.
Mullins, Terry 28.
Mullins, Wanda 28, 80.
Myers, Charlotte 6, 28, 81.
Myers, Donald 47, 68.
Myers, Robert 34.
Myers, Susanne 28.
Neal, Betty 39, 81, 102.
Neal, Pauline 34.
Nieman, Joseph 39.
Noble, Nina 6, 28, 74, 102.
Noonan, James 47.
Noonan, Richard 39.
Obermeyer, Mary 34, 69, 74, 102.
O'Day, Janet 5, 47, 68, 80, 102.
O'Day, Peggy 48, 80.
Oliver, Josephine 39, 81.
Oliver, Odas 28.
Ortlieb, Carol 24, 39, 79.
Owens, A. D. 18, 20, 24.
Owens, Jeannette 22.
Owens, Rosie 28, 71, 102.
Owens, Sandra 48, 74, 81, 102.
Pabst, Gary 39, 72, 98.
Painter, George 21.
Pangburn, Donald 28.
Pangburn, Leroy 48.
Parker, Odessa 22.
Payne, John 34.
Peacher, Rhea 23, 74, 101.
Peak, Leila M. 23, 30, 66, 74.
Peaslack, Jorine 12, 48, 62, 63,
74, 80, 100, 102.
Pelfrey, William 27, 93.
Pelgen, Barbara 39. .
Peper, Barry 36, 39, 69, 81, 97,
Phillips, Mattie 23.
Pigg, Kenneth 28, 93.
Pigg, Ronald 48, 53, 54, 80, 87,
90, 91, 94, 95, 98.
Pittman, Dennis S, 28.
Plantholt, Carl 23, 87.
Plummer, Betty 48, 64.
Points, Daniel 13, 24, 28, 87, 93.
Pollitt, Jean 39, 70.
Pomeroy, Mary 28, 81.
Poole, Bonnie 39, 69, 81, 100, 102.
Porter, Ruth 28, 67.
Powell, Loberta 48.
Powers, Gordon 34.
Price, Donald 28, 93.
Pruiett, Jimmy 28.
Prutow, Dennis 79.
Quinn, Roger 7, 13, 41, 47, 48, 53,
54, 56, 69, 87, 88, 90, 91, 94,
Quinn, Roy 39.
Raleigh, Robert 48.
Ratliff, Donald 6, 39, 87, 97, 98.
Ratliff, Peggy 11, 12, 48, 56, 74, 78,
Ratliff, Sue 5, 28, 74.
Raum, George 48.
Rawlings, James 72, 84.
Ready, Sonic 39, 78, 100.
Reums, Marilon 49.
Reder, Babe 39, 102.
Redmond, Lewis 49.
Reed, Lois 49.
Reed, Patty 39, 74, 79.
Reed, Thomas 34, 96.
Reinfelder, Carolyn 28.
Reis, Iva 28, 74, 102.
Reppetto, Katherine 49.
Revel, Barbara 39, 81.
Reynolds, Kenneth 39, 93.
Reynolds, Marilyn 28.
Ricketts, Peggy 28.
Richardson, Ruth 49, 81.
Ries, Mary 28, 73, 79.
Rittinger, Shirley 12, 49, 56, 62, 74,
78, 81, 100.
Robbins, Janice 23, 64, 74, 80, 81.
Robinson, Elery, 28.
Robinson, Wanda 49, 66, 71, 74, 102.
Rogers, Mary Jane 14, 15, 49, 54, 66,
Rogers, Robert 28.
R0050, Jim 28, 81.
Rothe, Stanley 39.
Rottinghouse, Jerilyn 28, 74.
Rouse, Stanley 49, 68, 76, 79.
Rowe, David 28.
Ruddick, William 7, 24, 34, 73.
Rush, Ernestine 24, 39, 69, 102.
Rush, George 39, 87, 94.
Rush, Gerry 11, 28, 71, 102.
Said, Clifford 39.
Sandfoss, Joyce 34, 80, 102.
Sanson, Carol 28, 73, 80.
Sanson, Ronald 40, 94.
Sauerwin, Patsy 28, 81, 102.
Scheidel, Cecilia 40.
Schiller, Robert 40.
Schirmer, Carol 80.
Schlake, David 34, 74.
Schlake, Ruth 28, 74, 102.
Schneider, Donald 40, 96, 98.
Schneider, Donna 4, 34.
Scholl, Edward 28.
Schreiber, Barbara 49.
Schultz, Stella 28, 71, 81, 102.
Schuster, Raymond 49, 72, 98.
Schwarberg, Bonnie 10, 34, 80.
Scott, Audrey 28, 81.
Scott, Jerald 28, 87, 89, 93.
Scott, Joan 28, 64, 74, 81, 102.
Scott, Nancy 28, 102.
Sebastian, James 28.
Sebastian, Mamie 28.
Seifried, Roger 28.
Sellers, Mary 28.
Sensel, Irvin 34.
Sensel, Robert 49, 60, 68, 79, 97, 98.
Shackleford, Earl 34, 81, 87, 98.
Shackleford, Elwood 34.
Shackleford, Lloyd 49, 80.
Sharp, Laurale 28, 80.
Sharp, Verona 40, 73, 80.
Shay, Martha 29, 74, 79, 102.
Shay, Mary Ellen 40, 74, 102.
Sheets, Judy 29, 102.
Short, Marion 29.
Short, Mary 29.
Siebert, Carole 29, 74, 78, 100.
Siebert, Joyce 4, 49, 68, 74, 80, 102.
Simms, Barbara 29, 81.
Simpson, Marguerite 29.
Simpson, Tommy 29, 87, 93.
Sims, Connie 34.
Sipe, Sharon 34, 71, 74, 81.
Sizemore, Jerry 29.
Skaggs, Opal 34, 80.
Slavens, John 29.
Smith, Anna Mae 29.
Smith, Barbara 40.
Smith, Bill 34.
Smith, Cecil 50.
Smith, Dick 40.
Smith, Gary 7, 29.
Smith, Harry 29.
Smith, Nancy 34.
Snyder, Peggy 34, 71, 80.
Sparks, Juanita 29, 81, 102.
Spencer, Ella Stone 23, 71.
Spicer, George 34.
Sporing, Myrna 30, 34, 67, 69, 74, 81,
Sprong, Russell 29.
Sprott, Arthur 29.
Stanfield, Thomas 50, 97.
Stegner, Mary 50, 59, 68, 74, 80.
Stephany, Lawrence 34.
Stephany, Ronald 50.
Stephens, Margie 50, 81.
Stephenson, Joe 50.
St. John, Daniel 28.
Stockley, William 29.
Stormer, Stuart 29, 93.
Storms, Carl 29.
Strange, Betty 34, 81.
Strobel, Sherrie 40, 69, 74, 80, 101,
Stuart, Anne 29, 102.
Stubbs, Robert 29, 90.
Stucker, Carol Sue 5, 29, 74.
Stull, Benjamin 29, 79.
Sutton, Betty 29, 102.
Swank, Gwendolyn 9, 34, 101, 102,
Switzer, Kenneth 34.
Switzer, Sarah 50, 68.
Taffe, Nancy 29.
Talbot, Wilbur Lee 34.
Tanner, Lois 23, 41, 73.
Tanner, Mary 23.
Tanner, Norma 21.
Teal, Joyce 34.
Tebbs, Dorothy 16, 23, 75.
Temple, Lester 40, 87, 94.
Thomas, Bobby 69.
Thomason, Jacqueline 29.
Thompson, Don 29.
Thompson, Donna 29.
Thompson, Richard 40.
Thornton, William 44, 47, 50, 94.
Tignor, Joe 29, 69.
Trent, Mary Lou 40, 81.
Troendle, Bonita 34.
Tucker, Nora 6, 50.
Tully, Jerry 29.
Turner, Asbury 34.
Turner, Beverly 29.
Turner, Cecil 40, 87, 98.
Turner, Clarence 34, 87, 90, 98.
Turner, David 34.
Turner, Jack R. 34, 69.
Turner, John 40, 87, 90, 91, 92, 98.
Turner, Joy- 40, 81.
Turner, Laura 34, 102.
Turner, Mae 34.
Turner, Robert 34.
Turner, Roscoe, 29.
Turner, Virginia 34.
Tuttle, Charles 29, 69, 72.
Ul'z, Ronnie 34, 97.
Utz, Wayne 50, 68.
Valz, Tom 35, 72, 79.
Vance, Bernell 40, 69.
V0", Dorothy 40.
Volter, Eugene 50, 62, 63, 87, 89, 98.
Vories, Richard 35, 87, 90, 94, 98.
Waddle, Linda 35, 80, 100, 102, 103.
Wade, Bonnie 29.
Wade, Clinton 50, 69, 72.
Wade, Inez 34.
Wahlbrink, Martha 40, 74, 78, 82,
100, 101, 102.
Wainscott, Jack 40.
Walker, Don 23.
Wallace, John 35.
Wallace, Richard 29, 87, 93.
Waller, Richard 40.
Wallingford, Rosalie 50, 80, 102.
Walters, Charlene 29, 102.
Walters, Harry 35, 69, 72, 74, 87.
Walters, Gayle 50.
Wonder, Elaine 24, 35, 67, 74, 81,
Wander, Marvin 10, 43, 51, 54, 56,
62, 63, 66, 67, 68, 69, 87, 89,
90, 97, 98.
Ware, Helen 51.
Warnke, Lawrence 29.
Warnke, Le Roy 29.
Warren, Katherine 16, 20, 24, 68.
Wasser, Carol 35, 73, 78, 82, 100.
Watkins, Ben 4, 51, 53.
Watkins, Lowe 35.
Watson, Betty 35, 80.
Watson, Preston 29.
Weaver, Crystal 40, 81.
Weaver, Leroy 35, 73.
Webster, Bill 29.
Webster, Patricia 29, 73, 102.
Weier, Jerry 51, 54, 56, 69, 80, 98.
Weiner, Joan 35, 78, 81, 82, 100.
Welder, Carol 29, 81, 100, 102.
Wetzel, Lorena 23.
Wenk, Mary Jane 51, 81, 102.
Whi1ford, Dottie 29.
Whimmer, Jack 23, 64, 76, 78, 79.
Whitley, Violet 40, 80.
Whittaker, Barbara 29, 74, 81.
Whittaker, Roy 29.
Wiggins, Beverly 51, 68, 74, 81.
Wiggins, Dian 29, 81. ,
Willoughby, Donna 8, 40, 64, 69, 70,
71, 74, 76, 79.
Wilmot, Marlene 12, 24, 50, 51, 56,
62, 67, 68, 69, 74, 100, 101.
Wilson, Beverly 35, 74, 102.
Wilson, Elaine 35, 80.
Wilson, James 29, 79.
Wilson, Robert 24, 51, 62, 68, 72.
Winters, Patricia 51, 62, 63, 66, 67,
68, 73, 74.
Witherspoon, Bernice 29.
Witherspoon, Clarice 51, 81.
Withorn, Russell 35, 69, 73.
Witt, Carol 29, 73, 80.
Witt, Peggy 24, 29, 73.
Witte, Patricia 35, 67, 81, 102.
Witteried, Alice 23.
Wohrley, Joyce 6, 7, 44, 52, 62, 66,
Wood, James 41, 52, 56, 61, 87, 88,
Woodall, Norma 35, 67, 80.
Wogdward, Marilyn 40, 74, 80, 102.
Wooten, Billy 35.
Wooten, Carol 52, 81.
Wooten, Clara 52, 68, 81.
Wright, Lillian 40, 80.
Yeager, Ronald 40.
Yelton, Donna 35.
Youtsey, Norman 10, 41, 43, 52, 53,
54, 56, 58, 68, 69, 80, 87, 89,
94, 95, 98.
Zappin, Mary Lou 52, 62, 74, 81,
102, 103. 1
Zeigler, Jackie 24, 29, 78, 80, 100.
Zinser, Christine 40, 80, 101, 102.
Zinser, Rudolph 52, 54, 62, 68, 72.
Zion, Jimmy 35, 69, 70, 79.
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