Newport High School - Newportian Yearbook (Newport, KY)
- Class of 1957
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NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL, located in, a Metropolitan area, provides knowl-
edge and recreation ifor the foundations of your future. The building,
though not an architectural inspiratiOn, is certainly O veritable fountain
of knowledge The halls lined with works of art placed there by classes
hs o memento to their years at N HS, and cases filled to oVerflowing
with trophies . . . trbphies won by those who have performed for their
Alma Mater in their yorious fields of ehdeavor, are an inspiration to those
students who will pas; through these halls in years to come.
The library, tdntains books by the score which are of great research
value to both students and faculty; loborotories, where scientific facts are
established through many hours of experimentation, give us information
concerning the latest findings of this atomic age; activities, clubs, and
gym furnish physical as weH as mental growth; and assembly programs,
speakers and certain clubs contribute to moral and spirituqi development
Ali this and more constitute "NEWPORT HiGH SCHOOL IN THE
SPOTLIGHT" as seen by the Newportion Steff of 1957
Ronnie Downord and Kent Curtis, co- editors ewe
Classes are foremost In the
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Above: Joyce Dun Pot Feucht, Nancy Bertelsmon, and Barbara Car-
Right: Don Price and Ronnie Coddie slug it out 05 Coach Arnzen watches.
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by machines are Edith Ebert and Mary
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Right: Josephine Oliver, Cecilia
Scheidei, and Hayden Combs, are
adding up columns in their book-
Below: Richard Vories and Sharon
Sipe explain the map to the class.
Right: Mr. Edwin Burton points out
Bill Quigley's mistake.
Above: Mrs. Loretta Wetzel shows Ralph Musgrove how to work
his problem while George Neider, Pot McIntosh, and Donna Surrey
work at their algebra problems.
Above: Frank Losey gives a speech in public speaking class for
Miss June West and the class.
Below: Making baskets are Nancy Hindmon 0nd Rosella Long
while Lavinia Greene ties a large bow for the center piece.
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Above: Linda Alspack weighs her
con goods and Judy Anderson records.
Left: Biology clos's examines
life during a class session.
Below: Mr. Don Walker supervises
while Charles Bowman cuts the wood
and Jim Webster watches.
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Alma Mater, old Newpo ,
Alma Mater brave and fair
Alma Mater we hail thee,
We own thy kindly co e.
Alma Mater old Newpor ,
As we sing thy praises o'er,
We evere thee and cheer thee,
As we sing thy praise once more.
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Above: Victor Balthis uses the library to obtain inf rmotion for
a class assignment.
Below: Examining the "Thoroughbred" before the Newport
Catholic game are kneeling, Warren Harden and Connie Bouros.
Below: The freshmen b0 5 engage in a game of checkers during Standing, left to right, Shirley King, Ronnie Downord, Phil
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From top to bottom are Shirley
Above: Betty Bradbury works at a bake sale
Above: Prepared for initiation are, left to right, Martha Wohlbrink, Arlene
Lope, Carol Lickert, Barbara Carmichael, Nancy Bertelsmon, and Lois Garriott.
Below: Frank Losey jitterbugs during 0 homeroom party while the other
Below: Bruce Morgan gets his tie od-
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Below: Rita Kreindler helps Joan Weiner dress before Below: Mayor and City Commissioners for a day are left to right, Ronnie
the Minstrel. Downord, Ernie Blaut, Phil Hamilton, Alvin Johnson, and Dennis Holzschuh.
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Above: "Poor Jud is Dead" as portrayed by Jud, Jerry Weier; Above: Donna Willoughby ond Pauline Neal ready the cost for
mourners ore Robert Sensel, Roger Quinn, Don Kreutzer, Norman the minstrel.
Youtsey, and Marvin Wonder.
Le": Ronnie Downord places the crown
on Prom Queen Carol Fisher.
Activities afford us practical educatio
Above: Bruce Borkhou, Richard Grischy, and Joe Moore participate in re-
hearsing their part for the Thanksgiving Assembly.
Above: Gory Chalk, Carol Hoffman,
Roger Hartke, Martha Shay, and
"Santa Claus," entertain the children
from the Orphon's Home.
Left: Cheerleaders, Connie Bouras,
Toni Manyet, Linda Waddle, Shirley
King, Carol Welder, and Mary Derrick
carry the Dixie Colonel to his "warm
up" before the Dixie game.
BeEow: Cami Wasser, Leuise King,
going to :ouisviHe, Kentucky.
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Above: Retto Hill is seen helping
Jackie Thompson with the finishing
Right: Shirley King does a jazz leap
in "Sophisticated Lady."
Below: Mojorettes led by head mojorette, Delores Bios, step out
for football pep rally.
Below: Darlene Brody identifies class pictures
Elaine Wonder keeps self busy doing home work.
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Just what are the administration
and teachers like? This was a question
asked of you many times by young
people who would some day be in
school at Newport High and by your
family, friends, and others you met in
your everyday walks of life.
They're human! Their interests
were many and their hobbies were
varied. Their main interests were you,
the students at NeWport High. What
are your needs and desires? Their
class work plus all the extra club and
sport's activities varied with the
different individuals? Their hobbies
were cooking, sewing, baking, mak-
ing jewelry, and many, many others.
Take any normal day when class
time was sprinkled with the spice
of school activities and augmented
by their many other interests and let
the Newportion, Spotlight .
Nancy Bertelsmon and Ronnie Downord
turn the Spotlight on ADMINISTRATION
Administration and faculty
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Anderson D. Owens is completing his thirtieth
year as the Superintendent of Newport Public Schools.
The Administration of the NeWport Public Schools
is the responsibility of the Board of Education and
the Superintendent of Schools. The Superintendent
makes recommendations to the board for the 0p
pointment of all school personnel, and changes In
the curriculum of schools.
Below: Dr. Anderson Owens, Carl Ebert, Walter Melching, Albert
King, Victor Brown, and Francis Herzog make up our Board of
Mr. Anderson D: Owens.
Our principal, Mr. Cobb, has served in this
position since l933. Before this he was a teacher
and a coach. He is known throughout the school as
a very capable man who has the admiration and
respect of all the students. His leadership is shown
in all of N, H. S.'s activities. Although his school
work is the main thing in his life, he is interested
in farming and raising thoroughbred cattle. He also
like athletics which explains his interest in all the
sport activities of the school. Throughout the city
and the state everyone recognizes Mr. Cobb as a
truthful, loyal citizen who always stand for fair play
and for the betterment of our school.
Below: Miss Katherine E. Warren.
Mr. James Lee Cobb.
Miss Katherine E. Warren has the position
of Assistant Principal. She is well liked by all
and will be remembered always for her helpful
and tireless efforts to guide us in the right path.
In addition to her many other duties, she is,
this year, serving as dean of Junior and Senior
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Sophomore girls. She sponsors G.A.A., Dance Club, and
Cheerleading. As a newcomer this year, she is a friend
Miss Margaret Moose is the dean of Freshmen and
to every girl.
He and his wife
spend many happy hours at their hobbye-fishing. He
also teaches History and English.
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and gives helpful
has the job of return
F A C U L T Y
the Newport school system
job and one well done
advice to all who wish or need
Mr. John Collins, as dean of boys, issues reodm
record of every boy and girl of school
back on the track to school.
Mr. George J
Ruth E. Harris
Teaches: Physical Education. Sponsors: Co-Sponsor of "N" Club.
He has traveled in the Central and Eastern part of the state.
Teochesf Chemistry. Sponsors:
Team, and Student Council.
Edwin K. Burton
Teaches: Mechanical Drawing. He has traveled in Ontario and
Mary L. Caldwell
Teaches: English. Sponsors: Junior Class. She has traveled in
New England, New York, Florida, Michigan, California, Arizona,
Europe, England, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany,
Switzerland, Italy, France, and Holland. Her hobbies consist of
photography, travel, and cooking.
Teaches: Spanish. Sponsors: Spanish Club. Her travels have been
mostly to California. Her favorite hobby is photography.
Teaches: Shorthand, Bookkeeping, and Business Law. Sponsors:
Business Honor Society. She has traveled in the United States,
Canada, Mexico, Nassau, Cuba, Dutch West Indies, and
Venezuela. Her hobbies are collecting and sewing.
Teaches: English, Business Economics, and Selling. Sponsors:
Senior Class. She has traveled in the United States and Canada.
Her hobbies are collecting antique bottles and old Chino.
Teaches: Home Economics. Sponsors: Ice Skating Club and
Sophomore Class. She has traveled in Mexico, Midwest and
Eastern States. Her hobbies are music, sports, sewing, and cook-
Teaches: Latin and English. Sponsors: Pen Pal Club and Latin
Bible Club, Bowling Club, Golf
Gypsy M. Gray
Mary Elizabeth Morris
activities. She has traveled in Italy, Greece, France, England,
the American West, and Kentucky. Her hobbies are reading,
photography, and notebooks.
Gypsy M. Gray
Teaches: Typing and Business Economics. She has traveled in
Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, California, Florida,
Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington D. C., New York,
Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Her hobbies are sewing, phi-
lotely, and history.
Teaches: Algebra, Science, and Physics. Sponsors: Rifle Club.
He has traveled in England, France, Germany, Cuba, New
Zealand, Semoo, Hawaii, Guam, and about 20 of the United
States. His hobbies are fishing, shooting, and sports.
Teaches: History and Civics. Sponsors: Safety Club. He has
traveled in Florida, Michigan, New York, Canada, and through-
out the West. His hobbies are sports and music.
Ruth E. Harris
Teaches: Home Economics. Her favorite hobbies are making
gondy and tending to her strawberry patch.
Teaches: Biology and Psychology. She has traveled in Central
and Northern Canada, Mexico, and all of the 48 states. Her
hobbies include jewelry making and collecting antiques.
Robert C. Miller
Teaches: Science and Health. Sponsors: "N" Club. He has
traveled in Scotland, England, Iron, Algiers, Tunis, Sicily, Italy,
Frances, Germany, and East Coast of United States. His hobbies
are trying to;win football games, golf, and basketball officiating.
Mary Elizabeth Morris
Sponsors: Libraw Staff and Teen-Age Book Club. She has
traveled in New York, New England, Canada, Florida, California,
and Colorado. Her favorite hobbies are reading, theater, copper
enomeling, leather work, knitting, and sewing.
Robert C. Miller
Jeannette E. Owens
Be ryl L. Schworbe rg
Odessa Price Parker Leila M. Peak
Ella Stone Spencer
Jeannette E. Owens
Teaches: General Science and Health. Her hobbies are cooking
and collecting little pixie miniatures.
Odessa Price Parker
Teaches: Art. She has traveled in New England, New York,
Washington DC, the Great Lakes region, Smoky Mountains,
Florida, and Havana. The hobby she enjoys most is water color
Leila M. Peak
Teaches: Mathematics. Sponsors: The yearbook, Newportion; and
the newspaper, Newporter. She has troveied in ports of the
United States and in Canada. Her hobbies include music, cooking,
sewing, and photography.
Janice C. Robbins
Teaches: Vocal Music. She has traveled in ports of Florida,
Detroit, Michigan, New York, Canada, and Washington DC.
One of her favorite hobbies is photography.
Marion J. Romo
Teaches: History and English. She has traveled in Michigan, Ohio,
Indiana, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama,
Arkansas, Texas, and Mexico. Her hobbies are reading and music.
Beryl L. Schwarberg
Teaches: Algebra. She has traveled through England, France,
Lois Virginia Tanner
Janice C. Robbins Marion J. Romo
Mary M. Tanner Norma W. Tanner
Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary,
Italy, Switzerland, Venezuela, Dutch Guiana, West Indies, Haiti,
Santa Domingo, Trinidad, Dominican Republic, Curacao, Canadian
Rockies, Block Hiils Bod Lands, Thousand Islands, Quebec, Mon-
treol, Victoria, and southweostern and eastern ports of United
States. Her hobby may well be called traveling.
Ella Stone Spencer
Teaches: English. Sponsors: Future Teachers Club. Miss Spencer's
favorite vacation spot is her hometown, Winchester, Kentucky.
She likes to read historical novels and enjoys operas and plays.
Lois Virginia Tanner
Teaches: Business English and English III and IV. She has traveled
along the gulf coast of Florida and the Smoky Mountains. Her
hobbies are gardening, collecting figurines, working with flowers,
and she likes pets.
Mary M. Tanner
Teachers: Shorthand, Typing, and Office Practice. Sponsors: Pi
Epsilon Pi. She has traveled in Florida, on the Atlantic Coast,
and on the Gulf of Mexico. Her hobbies are voice, piano, and
working with flowers and gardens.
Norma W. Tanner
Teaches: Algebra and Geometry. She has toured through the
southern and eastern states. Her chief hobby is collecting recipes.
Don E. Walker
Teaches: Industrial Arts. A few of the hobbies he enjoys ore
photography, flower gardening, and furniture construction.
June B. West
Teaches: English and Public Speaking, She has traveled in
Canada, New England, South and West. The hobbies she enjoys
are raising dogs, piano, reading, and making jewelry.
Teaches: Mathematics. She has traveled in England, Holland,
Germany, Italy, and Switzerland. Her favorite hobby is reading.
Jack C. Wimmer
Teaches: Instrumental Music. He has traveled in Florida and
New York. His hobby is home movies.
Teaches: Typing and Bookkeeping. She has enjoyed traveling in
Europe, Mexico, Cuba, and most of the United States. Her
hobbies are sports, reading, and travel.
Secretary to Director of Pupil Personnel. She has troveied in
California, Niagara Falls, Cumberland Falls, and Mommouth
Cave. Her favorite hobby is crocheting.
Lillian C. Gilb
Secretary to Principal. She has traveled in the United States,
Canada, and Mexico. Her hobbies are crocheting 0nd embroider-
Ninona M. Kew
Treasurer, Newport Board of Education.
Mary Louise Mason
Secretory, Newport Board of Education. She has traveled mostly
in United States. She enjoys playing the piano, cooking, crochet-
ing, and embroidering.
Board of Education Office. She has traveled in United States,
Canada, Alaska, South America, and Europe. Her favorite hobby
Right: New teachers this year were Mr. Gordon Kenney, Mr.
Steele Harmon, Miss Beryl Schworberg, Mrs. Marion Romo, Miss
E. Walker June B. West Lorena Wetzel Jack C. Wimmer Alice Witteried
evieve Bohlinger Lillian C. Gilb Ninono M. Kew Mary L0uise Mason Mattie Phillips
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joy 0 tea given for them in the
Howard Barnett examines the
damage done to the pipes by acid.
Coach Steele Harmon and Coach Edw
Burton autograph the football given to them
at the annual football
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STUDENTS WORK TOGETHER
Row 1: Glenna Mullins, Donna Yelton, Mr. Howard Barnett, Jim
Bird, Edward Donsberry, and Rosella Long. Row 2: Carol Lickert,
Toni Manyet, Jacqueline 'Beozley, Ernestine Rush, Carol Hill,
Marjorie Butler, and Jackie Zeigler. Row 3: Bill Knapp, Rodney
Gross, Frank Losey, Garnet Worthington, Darlene Brody, Charlene
Herzog, and Carol Daniels. Row 4: Ernie Brody, George Rush,
Donny Points, Harry Smith, Ronald Downord, Bill Ruddick, and
Hal Smith, Bonnie Poole, George
Rush, ROnold Downord, Jackie Beoz-
ley, Margie Butler, Darlene Brady,
Jackie Zeigler, and Danny Points
decorate the big Christmas tree in
the first floor hall.
Mary Ellen Shay and Martha Wahlbrink.
The Seniors enrolled for the last
time at Ol'e Newport. They hoped
to have a fine year in the last of tour
which prepared them for the en-
counters of their future lives. They
made their final appearances for
Newport on the stage in athletics,
and other school activities. The
pride of the Seniors was the New-
portian, which was published by the
The busy beavers were the Juniors
who had played host at the Junior-
Senior Prom each year and who
had all the responsibility of financ-
ing the project. This they did by
bake sales; sales of cards and candy;
in fact, the sale of most anything
that brought some income to their
Never forgotten was the fact that
near Christmas each year, the proud
possessors of class rings, their most
prized possession until some hand-
some man or beautiful dame came
along to capture a heart and of
course a ring.
Sophomores were the lonely ones.
They were familiar with the building
and were not responsible for any
big projects other than those that
their clubs performed, and their
Freshman, enrolled in NeWport
High for the first time, experienced
difficulties in finding their way for
for a few days until they remembered
that study halls were on the second
floor; lunch room, home arts, and
industrial arts departments were in
the basement; and that in order to
get to the lockerrooms one had to
go to a floor below the basement.
Senior, Junior, Sophomore and
Freshman were labels which denoted
the four groups in high school.
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Above: The Senior class officers are seen pondering over important data.
They are, left to right Kent Curtis, secretory; Ronnie Downord, president;
Below: Mrs. Gladys Garner, our copoble Senior Class Bruce Borkhou, treasurer; and Dennis Holzschuh, vice-president.
advisor, is shown seated at her desk.
The Seniors enrolled for the lost time at Newport, in
early September. They hoped to make this their best year
of the four which would prepare them for the encounters
of their future lives. They made their final appearances for
Newport High on the stage, in athletics, and many other
The pride of the seniors was the Newportian, which was
edited by the staff of seniors,
THE SENIOR CLASS
Abbott, Janice Katherine Commercial Allen, Wayne King "Elvis Presley" Academic
812 Hamlet Street Ju. 1-8461 542 Lexington Avenue Co. 1-3283
Chorus 2, 3. Visual Aids 2; Bowling Club 2, 3, 4.
Adams, Janet "Jan" Commercial .
637 Monroe Street Ju. 1-7106 Amenf, Andrew "Andy" CommerCIol
Chorus 4. 1118 John Street None
Adams, Robert "Bob" Scientific
25 East Eighth Street He. 1-6155
Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Axf, David HSkip" Academic
1150 Park Avenue Co. 1-9730
Football 3, 4; Rifle Club 3.
Ahrens, James R., Jr. "Jim" Academic
817 Dayton Street None Bacher, Beverly Ann "Bev" Commercial
Y.F.C. 3; Visual Aids 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 563 East Third Street Ax. 1-8844
4; Safety Club 4: Senior Class Ploy. Ludlow 1; G.A.A. 2.
Abbott, Janice Adams, Janet
Adams, Robert Ahrens, James R., Jr.
Allen, Wayne King Ament, Andrew
Bejow: Mr. Steele Harmon's homeroom initiates him into Mickey
Mouse Club. Axt, David Bacher, Beverly Ann
THE SENIOR CLASS
Bailey, Carol Sue Commercial Senior Class Play.
717 Roberfs Street Ax. 1-0160
G'A1A1 1' 2; Chorus 11 21 3' 4; Minstrel. Blankenship, Patricia Ann "Pot" Commercial
736 Columbia Street Ax. 1-9316
Bailey, Kenneth "Ken" Scientific G.A.A. 1, 2; Walden Club 1; Pen Pal Club
117 West 11th Street Ax. 1-7681 2: Chorus 2, 3-
Baseboll 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1.
Blaut, Ernie "Bear" Academic
Baker, Monroe Commercial 200 Walnut Stret H1. 1-4935
233 West Seventh Street None :12?me 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Semor Class
Banderman, Mary Ann Commercml Bonner, Arzell "Zeke" Academic
1117 Patterson Street Co. 1-0419 33 Booker T Washington Ju 1-1152
G.A.A. 1; Chorus 3; Library Staff 4; Y.F.C. Track 3 4 ' '
1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Senior ' '
Bonner, Goldie Lee "Bonner" Commercial
521 Elm Street AX. 1-5502
Barkhau, Bruce Byron Academlc Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
137 Kentucky Drive Ax. 1-7518
FootboH 1; Bowling Club 2, 4; Baseball 1, 2,
3; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Senior Class Play. Bouras, Constance H. "Teeney" Commercial
843 Linden Avenue C0. 1-2737
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Chorus
Barnett, Rosetta Commercml 2, 3; Dance Club 4'
935 Washington Avenue Co. 1-7899
1 , , . B dle , William " ill" '
Bauer, Charles 1Chuck' Acodemlc '0 y B Academlc
336 Monmouth Street Ax. 1-3897
1037 Hamlet Street Ax. 1-5694 .
. John G; Corllsle 1; Walden Club 2; Pen Pal
Football 3; Serum Class Ploy. Club 2
Balley, Carol Sue Balley, Kenneth
Bertelsman, Nancy Ann "Nance" Commercial . . ,, ,, .
85-19 Street Ju. 1-4689 Branhom, Vlrgll Scrounge Academlc
Newporfer 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Assembly 1, 2, 332 East 13 Street, Covington Ju. 1-8502 Baker! Monroe Bonde'monl MOW An"
3, 4; Minstrel 3; Chorus 3; Newportion 4;
Honor Society 3, 4; Business Honor Society Braun, Douglas Scientific
3, 4; Dromotics Club 2; Senior Class Ploy. 45-16 Street AX. 1-9734
Honor Society 3, 4.
Bios, Dolores Faye "Dodo" Commercial
829 Linden Avenue Co. 1-5674 Brauntz, Gloria Ruth "610" Commercial
Mojoretfe 1, 2, 3; Head Mojoretfe 4; Chorus 917 Park Avenue Co. 1-4807
1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 3, 4; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Pen Pal Club 2; Chorus 3.
Bo rkou, Bruce Byron Barnett, Rosetta
Bauer, Charles Bertelsman, Nancy An
cs, Dolores Fay Bonner, Arzell Blankenship, Patricia A. Blout, Erme Bonner, Geldie Lee
'uros, Constance H. Bradley, William Bronhom, Virgil Broun, Douglas Brountz, Gloria Ru
y the leaky pipes are, left to right, Ernie Rush, Chr'stine Zinser, Shirley King, Nancy
Below: Cleaning up the mess caused b
Bertelsmon, and Carol Lickert.
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Above: Martha Wohlbrink and Shirley King perform in the 1956 Minstrel.
Case, Goyolo Mae Collins, Paul F. Combs, Hayden
Carmichael, Barbara A. Carter, Lois
Curtis, Robert Kent Daniels, Carolyn Deaton, Ervin DeRossett, Florence Dixon, Dione
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Dunn, Joyce Marie
Elkins, Jerome Louis
Feucht, Patricia Ann
Godd, Co rol Jean
THE SENIOR CLASS
Carmichael, Barbara Ann "Barb" Commercial
556 Lexington Avenue None
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, President 4; Business Honor
Society 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Ice Skating
Caer, Lois "Vonnie" Commercial
35 Booker T. Washington He. 1-3727
Chorus 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Ice Skating Club
3; Library Staff 3, 4; Business Honor Society
Case, Gayola Mae "Gay" Commercial
320 Chestnut Street Ax. 1-1989
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 2, 3.
Collins, Paul F. Commercial
1008 Brighton Street AX. 1-0499
Basketball 1; Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Base-
'ball 1.; Assembly 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Minstrel
3, 4; Football 3; Senior C1655 Ploy.
Combs, Hayden "The Head" Commercial
721 East Ninth Street Co. 1-4703
Football 2, 3; Track 2.
Curtis, Robert Kent "Curt" Academic
511 Lexingfon Avenue Co. 1-6958
Basketball 1, Manager 2, 3, Head Manager 4;
Football Manager 1, 2, Head Manager 3, 4;
Student Council 1, 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; "N"
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Bowling
Club 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; Newporter 3,
Sports Editor 4; Co-Edifor of Newporfion 4;
Senior Class Play.
Daniels, Carolyn Scientific
1438 Waterworks Road Hi. 1-5625
Chorus 1, 2; Library Staff 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1;
Pen Pal Club 2; Ice Skating Club 3; Student
Council 4; Senior Class Play.
Deaton, Ervin "Deats" Scientific
331 Elm Street He. 1-7862
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2; "N" Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4.
DeRossett, Florence "Fuzzy" Commercio'
Sunset Drive, Highland Heights Hi. 1-4424
Campbell County High 1, 2; Chorus 3; G.A.A.
Dixon, Diane "Dix" Commercial
201 Evergreen Ave., Southgate Hi. 1-3744
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 2; Library Staff 3.
Downard, Ronald "Rock" Academic
120 16th Street Ju. 1-5640
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Student
Council 2, President 4; Honor Society 3, 4;
Co-Editor of Newportion 4; Senior Class Play.
Dunn, Joyce Marie "Jo" Commercial
1019 Park Avenue Co. 1-7924
Pen P01 1; Travel Club 2; Minstrel 3; Chorus
3; Assembly 4; G.A.A. 4.
Ebert, Carl Houston I'Hoot" Academic
719 Park Avenue AX. 1-2211
Band 1, 2, 3; Minstrel 1; Swimming Team 2,
3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 4.
Elkins, Jerome Louis Commercial
21 Miller Street Co. 1-8858
Engle, Laura Lou "Lou-Lou" Commercial
14 Home Street Ju. 1-8176
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Ice Skating Club
Feucht, Patricia Ann "Pat" Commercial
58 16th Street Co. 1-4157
Pen P01 1; Corus 2, 3; Library Staff 1, 2, 3,
4; Student Council 2; Newporter 1, 2, 3;
G.A.A. 1, 4; Assembly 1, 4; Minstrel 2, 3;
Dramatics Club 2.
Fritts, Dianne Yvonne "Frittsy" Scientific
411 East Fourth Street Ax. 1-4563
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4; Newporter 2, 3, 4; G.A.A.
3; Minstrel 3, 4; Newportion 4; Senior Class
Gudd, Carol Jean Commercial
515 Hodge Street Co. 1-6384
Pen Pal 1; Library Staff 1; G.A.A. 2; Chorus
Garriott, Lois Gouldin, Donald Gemmer, George Grischy, Richard Otto Holey, Cecile
Hall, Tyrone James Hombrick, Edward Hamilton, Philip Wayne H pp Bonnie Jeon Harden, Warren
Below: While Connie Bouros, Beverly Bocher, Bonnie Poole, and Florence DeRossett sigug, Dennis Holzschuh and Warren Harden
sit and enjoy it very much.
arvey, Ruth Violet
edges, Mo rgaret
son, Eugene Alvin
Hauck, Arlene Frances
Henley, James Lee
Hurd, Evo Marie
THE SENIOR CLASS
Garriott, Lois Scientific
810 York Street Co. 1-5028
Middlesboro High 1; Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2;
Library Staff- 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; New-
porter 4; Safety Cour1cil 4; Senior Class Ploy.
GauldingDonald "Don" Commercial
403 West Eighth Street Ax. 1-8628
Y.F.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Gemmer, George 44Gim" Academic
206 Washington Avenue None
Grischy, Richard Otto Scientific
511 York Street Ju. 1-1428
Bellevue 1, 2; Walden Club 3, 4; Pen Pal
Club, Vice-Presidenf 3, 4; Safety Club, Vice-
President 4; Student Council 3; Honor Society
3, 4; Science Club, Secretory-Treosurer 3;
Senior Class Play.
Haley, Cecile "Tudie" Commercial
1115 Columbia Street Ax. 1-0003
G.A.A. 1, 2; Pen Pal Club 1; Afssembly 2, 3,
4; Chorus 3.
Hall, Tyrone James "Paris" Scientific
38 Booker T. Washington Ju. 1-0467
Pen Pal Club 3, 4; Walden Club 3, 4; Track
3; Spanish Club 4; Newporfer 4; Senior Class
Hambrick, Edward "Fatty" Academic
36 Booker T. Washington Co. 1-7638
Hamilton, Philip Wayne "Phil" Academic
1130 Vine Street Ju. 1-5279
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Student
Council 1; Baseball 2, 3; Senior Class Ploy.
Happe, Bonnie Jean "Bon" Scientific
108 16th Street He. 1-2797
Pen Pal Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,
Treasurer 3; Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; New-
porter 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 3; Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4;
Honor Society 3, 4; Safety Council 4; New-
porfian 4; Senior Class Play.
Harden, Warren "Stoney" Academic
1020 Grand Avenue Co. 1-5868
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2,
3; Student Council, Vice-President 3; Senior
Harvey, Ruth Violet "Rudie" Commercial
736 Liberty Street Ju. 1-4260
Assembly 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Hauck, Arlene Frances "Shorfie" Commercial
2206 New Linden Road Ax. 1-4870
Assembly 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Hedges, Margaret Commercial
621 Roberts Street Ju. 1-1260
Henley, James Lee "Chief" Scientific
115 Washington Avenue Ax. 1-1211
Student Council 1, 2; Rifle Club 3, 4; Boys'
Holzschuh, Dennis "Horse" Academic
84 Kentucky Drive Co. 1-0384
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; "N" Club
2, 3, 4; Vice-President of Senior Class.
Hurd, Eva Marie "Neenie" Commercial
846 Brighton Street Ju. 1-0828
Pen Pal Club 2; Walden Club 2; Chorus 3, 4;
Y.F.C. 3, 4.
Johnson, Eugene Alvin "Gene" Academic
517 Hodge Street Co. 1-4135
Bowling Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Track 1;
Rifle Club 3,64; Chorus 3.
Keen, William "Duck" Scientific
1034 Orchard Street Ax. 1-8842
Band 3; Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class
THE SENIOR CLASS
King, Donald Lee "Yukon'l Academic
28 West 13111 Street Co. 1-4669
Morgan High 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4.
King, Paul Academic
838 Park Avenue Co. 1-7327
Track 1; Bowling Club 3.
King, Ruby Juanita Commercial
43 East Ridge Road Ax. 1-3802
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus
2, 3; Moiorette 2, 3; Minstrel 2, 3, 4; Office
Staff 4; Dance Club 4; Senior Class Ploy.
King, Shirley Jean "Kinger" Academic
.204 Kentucky Drive Ax. 1-6817
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Student
Council 1; CheerIeoder 1, 2, 3, 4; Ice Skot-
ing Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Newportion
4; Dance Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Kinzer, Phyllis Commercial
402 West 1th Street Ju. 1-8435
Klink, Wayne Scientific
541 Lexington Avenue Co. 1-0129
Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle
Club 3, 4.
Kuntz, Carolyn "Kuntzie" Commercial
643 Monroe Street Co. 1-0552
Kyle, Edmund Allen "Sonny" Academic
117 15111 Street Co. 1-5401
Assembly 1; Football 1; Basketball 1.
Long, Geraldine "Gerry" Commercial
249 Clifton Avenue Ju. 1-8510
Pen Pal Club 1; G.A.A. 1; Newporter Staff
2, 3, 4; Assembly 3, 4.
Lung, Joan Carole Commercial
915 Hamlet Street Ju. 1-6578
Lope, Arlene Rae Academic
210 Evergreen, Southgote Hi. 1-0862
Assembly 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Y.F.C. 1, 2;
Chorus 2; Office Staff 3, 4; Honor Society
3, 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Lickert, Carol Ruth Commercial
659 Nelson Place Co. 1-5946
Assembly 1, 3, 4; Newportian 1, 4; Newporfer
1, 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; Chorus 3; Class Secretary 3;
Business Honor Society, Vice-President 3, 4;
Honor Society, Secretary 3, 4; Student Coun-
cil 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Little, John "Little John" Academic
403 West 7th Street Ju. 1-2937
Basketball 1, 2.
Luke, Georgiana "George" Scientific
34 East 7th Street Co. 1-3610
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4; Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A.
1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 1; Ice Skating Club 3, 4;
Minstrel 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior
Lundrigan, Edith Louise "Edie" Commercial
20 East Ridge Drive Ju. 1-8404
Mt. Healthy High 1, 2, 3; Ice Skating Club 4.
Lyfle, Jack "Jackson" Academic
812 Monroe Street Ax. 1-4405
Assembly 1, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Bowl-
ing Club 3.
McClung, Donna Jean "Donnie" Commercial
29 West 81h Street Ju. 1-7286
G.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Chorus 3.
McIntosh, Margie Rose "Mac" Commercial
922 Columbia Street Ju. 1-6384
Pen Pal Club 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Assembly 1,
2, 3, 4.
King, Donald Lee
King, Ruby Juanita
King, Shirley Jean
Kyle, Edmund Alle
McIntosh, Margie Rose
Lickert, Corol Ruth
McClung, Donna Jean
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Lope, Arlene Roe
THE SENIOR CLASS
McIntosh, Richard "Mock" Academic
29 Grondview Avenue He. 1-6695
McIntosh, Walter "Mac" Commercial
938 Ann Street Ax. 1-4729
McKee, Betty Joyce Academic
307 York Street Co. 1-1200
Y.F.C. 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3;
Minstrel 2; Newporter 2; Office Staff 4.
Martin, William 'Big Bill" Academic
321 West 13th Street C0. 1-6752
Football 1; Track 3.
Martinelli, Thomas "Tommy" Academic
414 East 4th Street Ax. 1-7116
Basketball. 1, 2; Hughes High School 3; Foot-
ball 4; Assembly 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Mockbee, Dale "Archie" General
337 Keturah Street He. 1-7327
Morgan, Shirley Jean "Shirl" Commercial
1043 Central Avenue Ju. 1-2678
Chorus 3; Assembly 3.
Neal, Betty Lynn "Bets" Commercial
1040 Ann Street He. 1-4988
Pen Pal Club 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Assembly
1, 2, 4; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4;
Dance Club 4; Senior Class Play.
Noonan, Richard "Dick" Commercial
1142 Central Avenue Ax. 1-8627
Oliver, Josephine Elizabeth "Jo" Commercial
17 Court Place Ju. 1-9766
Pen Pal Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Orflieb, Carol Sue "Ort" Commercial
615 Linden Avenue He. 1-7138
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pen Pal Club 1; Student
Council 1, 3; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; Business
Honor Society 3, 4.
Pabst, Gory "Blue Ribbon" Commercial
1026 Grand Avenue Ju. 1-7170
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 4; Rifle
Club 3; Track 1; "N" Club 2, 3, 4.
Pelgen, Barbara "Barb" Commercial
942 Ann Street Ju. 1-7582
Peper, Barry Edward "Pep" Academic
143 Harvard Place, Soufhgate Hi. 1-2052
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; "N" Club 2, 3, 4; Visual
Aids 3, 4; Junior Class Vice-Presidenf; Chorus
3; Assembly 3, 4.
Phelps, Vera Alice "Alice" Commercial
509 West 8th Street Ax. 1-8716
Dramatics Club 1; Y.F.C. 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 2;
Senior Class Ploy.
Pollitt, Delores Jean "Jeannie" Commercial
829 Monroe Street Ju. 1-1341
Pen Pal Club 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1;
Y.F.C. 1, 2; Library Staff 3.
Poole, Bonnie "Pooch" Commercial
304 East 7th Street He. 1-7487
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Cheer-
leader 2, 3; Office Staff 3, 4; Senior Class
Quinn, Roy "Quinny" Academic
1039 Brighton Street Ax. 1-8455
McKee, Betty Joyce
Morgan, Shirley Jeon
Neal, Betty Lynn
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Oliver, Josephine E.
Phelps, Vera Alice
Below: Connie Bouros sings a firey torch song to Paul Collins.
Revel, Barbara R.
Rush, Loraine Ernestine
Raleigh, Robert Lee
Reynolds, Kenneth V.
p, Ve rono Fostino
Shay, Mary E11en
THE SENIOR CLASS
Raleigh, Robert Lee "Bob" Academic
412 Columbia Street None
Ratliff, Donald "Rat" Commercial
209 East 2nd Street He. 1-2083
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming Club 1, 2, 3,
4; Basketball 1; 'N'" Club 2, 3, 4; Assembly
1, 2; Student Council 1; Senior Class Ploy.
Reder, Lenore "Babe" Commercial
Cold Spring, Kentucky Hi. 1-8388
Campbell County 1, 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Business
Honor Society 3, 4.
Reed, Patti Commercial
321 Elm Street Ax. 1-7496
G.A.A, 1; Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; Assembly 2, 3, 4;
Ice Skating Club 3, 4.
Revel, Barbara R. "Bobby" Commercial
839 Monroe Street AX. 1-6552
Chorus 2, 3; Business Honor Society 3, 4;
Honor Society 3, 4.
Reynolds, Kenneth V. Commercial
45 Amelia Street Co. 1-9844
Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society
3, 4; Business Honor Society, Treasurer 3, 4.
Rofhe, Stan Academic
1035 Ann Street AX. 1-4667
Rush, Loraine Ernestine "Ernie" Commercial
548 East 2nd Street Ju. 1-0486
Pen Pal Club 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Student Coun-
cil 1, 2, 3, 4; Newporfer 2, 4; Office Staff 3;
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4; Newportion 4; Honor
Society 3, 4; Business Honor Society, President
3, 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Rush, George Scientific
203 East 7th Street Co. 1-9045
Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 2,
3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 4.
Said, Clifford "Cliff" Academic
420 Elm Street None
Bowling Club 3; Visual Aids 3, 4.
Sansom, Ron "Sambo" Commercial
327 West 11th Street Ju. 1-6306
Baseball 2, 3; Bowling Club 3.
Scheidel, Cecilia "Ceil" Commercial
111 West 6th Street He. 1-7875
G.A.A. 2; Business Honor Society 3, 4; Honor
Society 3, 4.
Schiller, Robert "Sonny" Academic
18 West Crescent Avenue He. 1-2065
Schneider, Donald "Don" Academic
808 East 6th S'rreeiL Co. 1-2662
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Football 4.
Schneider, Donna General
808 East 6th Street Co. 1-2662
Walden Club 1; Band 1.
Sensel, Irvin "Pencil" Commercial
1113 York Street Ax. 1-4132
Sharp, Verona Fostina "Vera" Academic
1013 Ann Street None
G.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Chorus 3; Pen Pal Club 3;
Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Shay, Mary Ellen Academic
203 Linden Avenue, Soufhgote Hi. 1-2468;
Mojorette 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; As-
sembly 1, 2, 3, 4; Dromotics Club 2; Chorus
3; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Staff 2, 4;
Dance Club 4; Newporfion 4; Safety Club 4;
Senior Class Play.
Trent, Mary Lou
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THE SENIOR CLASS
Smith, Richard "Smitty" Scientific
23 16th Street Co. 1-6272
Smith, William "Bill" Academic
321 Columbia Street Ju. 1-0714
Strobel, Sherrie Rae "Strob" Commercial
30 17th Street Ax. 1-4899
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Assembly
1, 2, 4; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; Minstrel13;
Office Staff 3, 4; Business Honor Society 3, 4;
Honor Society 3, 4.
Teal, Joyce Ross "Devil" Commercial
41 East 14th Street Ju. 1-6784
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Minstrel 1, 2.
Thompson, Richard Allen "Mousie" Academic
1428 Waterworks Rood None
Trent, Mary Lou "Mary" Commercial
933 Orchard Street Ju. 1-8392
Den Pol Club 1; Chorus 3.
Turner, Cecil "Cec" Commercial
508 Hodge Street Ju. 1-0601
Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; "N" Club 2, 3,
4; Senior Class Play.
Turner, John "Big John" Scientific
420 West 7th Street Ju. 1-3904
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Assembly 1.
Voll, Dorothy Margaret "Dot" Academic
266 Beech Road Hi. 1-0371
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Ploy.
Wahlbrink, Martha "Marty" Scientific
437 East 51h Street Co. 1-8496
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep
Club 1; chd 2; Mojorette 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3;
Ice Skating Club 3; Honor Society, President
3, 4; Newporfion 4; Senior Class Play.
Waller, Richard Academic
1038 Saratoga Street He. 1-2958
Whitley, Violet Commercial
325 Kefurah Street He. 1-4074
Willoughby, Donna Marian "Willy" Academic
1079 Loraine Court Co. 1-7364
Band 1, 2, 3; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; Visual
Aids 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel Club 1, 2, 4; F.T.A.
3; Ice Skating Club 4; Spanish Club 4;
Safety Institute 3, 4; World Affairs Institute
3; Safety Council 3.
Woodward, Marilyn M. "Woody" Commercial
937 Ann Street Ax. 1-9889
F.T.A. 1; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 2, 3; Assembly 1, 2,
4; Business Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Society
3, 4; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; Newportion 4;
Senior Class Play.
Yeager, Ronald "Ronnie" Practical Arts
720 Central Avenue Co. 1-7529
Zinser, Christine E. "Chris" Commercial
502 Overton Street He. 1-4941
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Assembly 1, 2, 4; Chorus
2, 3, 4; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; Honor Society
3, 4;, Newporter 4; Newportian 4; Senior
JUNIORS HAVE A
The Juniors have spotlighted as their goal the Junior-
Senior Prom, held each year at the roof garden of the
Sheraton Gibson Hotel. To achieve this goal, they elected
Billy Jones, Clarence Turner, Kenneth Erpehbeck and Richard
Casey as their leaders. Selling stationery, sporting goods,
candy and numerous other things helped raise money for
the prom. Their biggest moment as Juniors was the day
they received their class rings.
Miss Mary Lee Caldwell, the Junior class odvisor, looks
. . The Junior class officers are seen in a casual pose at a dance. They are
over some Important class papers.
from left to right, Billy Jones, President; Clarence Turner, Vice-President;
Kenny Erpenbeck, Secretary; and Richard Casey, Treasurer.
aw wg $19th
Utz, Ronnie ..
Below: Clyde McGill is shown opening Junior Class
candy in preparation for the Junior Class candy project.
Miss Joann Geverts,
Bohlinger, Jo Ann
Brewster, Mary Ann
Brickler, Charlotte Rose
Coylor, Jo Ann
Hall, La Verne
Jourdon, Douglas . , , .
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Lucas, Jo Ann
Shay, Martha Jane
Miss Ruth Harris,
Brody, Donna Lee
Courtney, Ina L.
Daniel, Joan V.
Deoton, G. V.
Ebert, Penny L.
Fitzer, Deanna M.
Furnish, Donna C.
Gettys, Sandra K.
Gillespie, Beverly Sue
Greene, Lavinia M.
Holl, Joan Yvonne
Hambrick, Carole A.
Harden, Dennis Larry
Harden, Linda L.
Hardy, Thelma A.
Hotton, Lula E.
Herald, Wilma J.
Hoskins, Billy Jo
Howard, Betty Sue
Jackson, Gwendelyn M.
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Myers, Helen Kathryn
Murray, Mary Frances
Long, Roberta Ruth
Lewis, Margaret Ruth
Mullins, Moe Marie
Nelson, Donna Roe
Owen, Donna Faye
Richard, Mary Jo
Riffe, Kenny .
Rothe, Eva Sue
Schoo, Harry LeRoy
Sharp, Pledge L0uis
Sibrel, Harry Ervin
Smith, Colonel Edward
Smith, Robert Jay
Left: Garnet Worthing-
ton, Mary Ann Brewster,
Vincent Smith, and Frank
Wohrley decorate their
h o m e r o o m Christmas
Kent Curtis and Chris Zinser
mewawws. mmw." .3 e r
The hustle and hurry of the begin-
ning of school; classes begin and clubs
are organized; uppercloss officers are
elected and start piloting their groups
in their annual projects.
The festivities of the holiday season;
the Student Council, striking a note of
gaiety, put up and decorate a lovely
Christmas Tree; the bond and chorus
groups furnish the traditional carols and
it all culminates in 0 grand and glorious
The first of the year rolls around
all too soon and everyone is involved
in preparing for mid-term exams, which
are followed by the start of a new se-
mester, the lost half of the school year.
The seniors go ON out to make
"ANNIE OAKLEY" one of the finest
senior performances ever produced from
the stage of NHS; the MAD MIN-
STRELS OF '57 are under way; upper-
clossmen are looking forward to the
Junior-Senior Prom, held each May in
the Roof Garden of the Hotel Sheraton
The month of June, more than one
hundred students will be traveling the
halls of NeWport for the lost times as
students; classes are over for the year
and everyone looks forward to a sum-
mer of play and fun.
Movies, musical programs, guest
performers, as well as class productions
round out the tossemblies for the year
and the climax is, of course, the Prom,
sponsored by the junior class, honoring
THE PROM IS
Carole Fisher and Jim Wood cut capers at the Prom 05 the
others look on.
Dancing to the music of Don Locke's orches-
tra at the 1956 Promenade, the girls were owhirl
inhformals of various shades except for the Seniors
who prominently, wore white.
The faculty was well represented as the
Queen, King, and their court walked sedately to
After the "Grande March" the guests enjoyed
themselves at various parties. Later Highway 25
was crowded with Newport students as they made
their way to Butler with swim suits and picnic
baskets in hand.
Queen Carole Fisher and King Ronnie Downord are shown
dancing at the Prom.
Above: At the prom, a good time was had by all. Above: The Queen and her attendants prepare for the
onnie Bouros Carol Ortlieb Ruby King, Queen Dolores Bios Mary Ellen Shoy
Below: The Queen and her court were left to right, Cecil Turner, Bobbie Morris, Bruce
Borkhou, Marlene Wilmont, Carole Fisher, Ronnie Downord, Peggy Ratliff, Barry Peper,
Shirley Rittenger, and Dennis Holzschuh.
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Annie, shy and awkward, came to the
Wilson Boarding house to sell some quail to
the proprietor. When the proprietor hesitated,
Annie pointed out that these birds were not
all shot upe'ijust one little hole in the head."
It was difficult for him to listen to her be-
cause he was upset about Buffalo Bill's Wild
West Show, which was in the process of mov-
ing into his hotel. Frank Butler, the star of
the show, challenged any local person to a
shooting match. The proprietor, after seeing
Annie shoot, decided to have her challenge
Frank Butler saw Annie polishing her gun
for the match and asked what she was doing.
Not knowing that he was Frank Butler, she
asked him to wish her luck against the
swollen-headed stiff." At the match, she dis-
covered who Frank was and fell in love with
him, but that did not stop her from beating
Frank in the contest. Buffalo Bill, worried
about competition from the other shows, hired
Annie. Frank insisted that she be his assis-
tant but soon found himself falling in love
Below: Charlie Davenport, Richard Grischy; Mac, Bruce Barkh-
Buffalo Bill, Paul Collins; listen as Pawnee Bill, Richard
Intosh; tells them about Sitting Butt, James Ahrens, the lndi
who is visiting his show after a trip to Washington to see t
Above: Annie Oakley, Mary Ann Banderman, listens as Frank
Butler, Ronnie Downard, tells her that she is becoming more
and more feminine every day.
Because of Frank's jealousy, the two split
up. Other members of the troupe tried to get
them back together again, and everything
seemed to be going wonderfully, when the
old argument, who was the best shot, burst
out once more. They decided to shoot it out
once and for all. Chief Sitting Bull realized
that if Annie won the match she would lose
Frank and bent the front sight of her rifle.
Annie did not understand why she was miss-
ing her shots until Sitting Bull told her. She
was very happy to concede the match.
Abov'e: Dolly Tate, Shirley King, tells Winnie,
Nancy Bertelsman, and Tommy, Bill Keen, that
they should stop seeing each other in cattle cars
and horse stalls.
Right: Annie Oakley waits as an Indian, Tyrone
Hall and Chief Sitting Bull, James Ahrens,
make her a member of their tribe. Charlie
Davenport witnesses the action.
Above: Annie Oakley agrees to tell Minnie, Vera Phelps; Jessie,
Arlene Lape; and Little Jake, Warren Harden; a bed-time story
on the train.
Above: Foster Wilson, Kent Curtis, tells Charlie Davenport, Richard
Grischy, that he will not accept 500 squaws and two clollars as
payment for rooms in his hotel as the pest, Dorothy Voll, listens.
Above: Row 1: Rita Kreindler, Elaine Wander, Pat Tuttle, Ina
Courtney, Christine Zinser, La Verne lngguls, Dorothy Grischy, and
Myrna Sporing. Row 2: Dianne Fritts, Mary Ann Ries, Sally Albice,
Mary Lou Obermeyer, Bonnie Hoppe, Gwen Swank, Retta Hill,
Lois Garriott and Mrs. Leila Peak. Row 3: Rosalind Johnson,
PUBLICATIONS BRING THE
Activities at Newport High were enumerated in the
Newporter which was very highly rated.
The "Newporter," which had its origin in 1924, is
Supervised by Mrs. Leila M. Peak, who really knows
On the "Newporter" staff were boys and girls, inter-
ested In Writing prose,
And to keep their staff praiseworthy they had to stay
right on their toes.
One must have had an English average of at least
If on the staff of the Newporter one really wanted
Writing ability and hard work were also necessary
For there was no room on the "Newporter" staff for
Below: Elaine Wonder and Richard Grischy lay out the pages
of the Newporter.
Ernestine Rush, Frank Wohrley, James Julian, Kent Curtis, Vincent
Smith. Carol Lickert, Nancy Bertelsman, and Marilyn Egglestan.
Row 4: Bill Mittendort, Norma Woodoll, Barbara Albice, Ralph
Fogle, James Hall, Richard Grischy, Garnet Worthington, Recarda
Hettel, and Bonnie Bresnauer.
NEWS TO THE STUDENTS
Those who wish to tarry.
The work of co-editors Elaine Wonder and Richard
Grischy was always steady
And a a result each issue of the Newporter was ready.
The number of issues published totaled up to eight
And in the eighth one the Seniors really rate.
Awards were given to staff members for the work
That they have done.
And strange as it seems along with the work, they
Have had much fun.
Co-Editors, sports editor-Kent Curtis, and the staff
Worked long and hard,
But receiving awards and seeing the finished product
Was truly their reward.
Below: Marilyn Woodward and Mary Ellen Shay type up ma-
terial for the Newporter.
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Above: Getting the advertisements ready for the publisher is
Our "Spotlight" was directed on Newport High
School by Ronnie Downard and Kent Curtis, and a
staff of twelve seniors advised by Mrs. Leila M. Peak.
Work on our yearbook begain during the hot,
summer months, with the gathering of advertisements
from various businesses, and other loyal supporters
of Newport High. This kind of work continued until
the first of January and was very successful under the
guidance of our Business Managers, Paul Collins and
After several gatherings, the staff finally de-
cided on a theme. Then the work for completion of
Row 1: Kathy Myers, Mary Ellen Shay, Nancy Bertelsmon,
Ernestine Rush, Carol Lickert, Dionne Fritts, and Shirley King.
Row 2: Christine Zinser, Elaine Wonder, Bonnie Hoppe, Martha
Editors Kent Curtis and Ronnie Downard.
our book began. Pictures were taken; summaries of
the various clubs were written; and after much edit-
ing, rewriting, selection and identification of pictures,
the publication was finally completed and ready for
The staff members received pins and special
awards for their achievements at the Aword's as-
sembly. When the annual was finally issued, the
Seniors had their most prized possession, "in The
Spotlight" . . . the recollection of their final year at
Newport High School.
Wohlbrink, Darlene Brady, and Mrs. Leila M. Peak, odvisor. Row
3: Kent Curtis, Paul Collins, Ronnie Downord, Bill Mittendorf,
Richard Grischy, and Marilyn Woodward.
PI EPSILON PI
Pi Epsilon Pi, better known as the
Honor Society, is an honorary group or-
ganized for the recognition of students
who have attained a "B'l average in all
subjects for two and one half years of
high school. To retain their membership,
students must keep up their "B" average
for the next year and a half.
The sponsor this year was Miss Mary
Tanner. Officers were Martha Wahl-
brink, President; Kent Curtis, Vice-Presi-
dent; and Carol Lickert, Secretary.
As a symbol of their membership, each
member was awarded a pin. These pins
show the four things the Honor Society
promotes: C h a r a c t e r, Scholarship,
Leadership, and Service.
Pi Epsilon Pi is a chapter of the Na-
tional Honor Society and its constitution
sets forth all rules and regulations neces-
sary for the running of the organization.
Above: Daug Braun, Ken Bailey, and Kent Curtis prepare Christ-
mas baskets for Speer's Hospital.
Students who were taking a Com-
mercial Course and obtained an average
of at least 90 in all commercial subjects
are eligible for membership in the Busi-
ness Honor Society.
Miss Bernice Culbertson is the sponsor
and founder of the group. The officers
for this year were: President, Ernestine
Rush; Vice-President, Carol Lickert; Sec-
retary, Carol Ortlieb; Treasurer, Kenneth
Reynolds; and the Historian, Lois Carter.
The main project was obtaining money
for pins but several other projects also in-
cluded bake sales, sponsoring a movie, and
a visit to the Cincinnati Stock Exchange.
Above: Row 1: Arlene Lope, Barbara Revel, Lois Garriott, Barbara Carmichael,
Verona Sharp, and Christine Zinser. Row 2: Miss Mary Tanner, Marilyn Wood-
ward, Cecilia Scheidel, Nancy Bertelsman, Ernestine Rush, and Shirley King.
Row 3: Bonnie Happe, Carol Lickert, Georgiana Luke, Kenneth Reynolds,
Sherrie Strobel, and Martha Wahlbrink. Row 4: Kent Curtis, Douglas Braun,
iilfhard Grischy, George Rush, Ronnie Downard, Kenneth Bailey, and James
Above: Carol Lickert and Ernie Rush discuss a coming project.
Below: Row 1: Marilyn Woodward, Nancy Bertelsman, and Carol Ortlieb. Row
2: Lois Carter, Sherrie Strobel, Ernestine Rush, and Carol Lickert. Row 3:
Barbara Carmichael, Mary Ann Banderman, Babe Reder, Kenneth Reynolds,
and Cecilia Schiedel. Miss Bernice Culbertson, sponsor, standing.
VISUAL AID CLUB
A great help to all the classes was
the Visual Aid Club. Mrs. Charlotte
Kernan has been the advisor at the club
since its organization.
The Club showed different movies to
classes, connected with the classification
of work which they were studying.
There was a lot of hard work involved
in becoming adapt in showing films.
Besides showing films to classes, the
club gave assembly programs for the
enjoyment of the students.
Above: Row 1: Mrs. Charlotte Kernan, Betty Strange, Elaine Wander, Russel
Withhorn, Mary Ann Brewster, Charles Adlginson, Janice Bacher, and Rita
Kreindler. Row 2: Myrna Sporing, Rosalind Johnson, Geraldine Rush, Donna
WiIIOughby, Jerry Jones, Paul Foss, Barbara Simms, and Sally Albice. Row 3:
Earl Kew, G. V. Deaton, Ralph Hopkins, Edward Greech, Bill Ruddick, Barbara
Albice, Bill Mittendort, and Jean Adison. Row 4: Barry Peper, James Zion,
Cliff Said, Bill Hodges, Jock Turner, Ralph Fogle, Joe Moore, and James
Above: Sherrie Strobel, Shirley King and Miss Lillian Gilb. Above: Looking out from under their empty reels are Bill Keen,
Barry Peper, Donna Willoughby, and James Ahrens.
Below: Standing: Miss Lillian Gilb. Row 1: Arlene Lape, Bonnie Poole, and
Mary Derrick. Row 2: Shirley King, Ruby King, and Mary Ellen Shay. Row 3:
Phyllis Kinzen, Carol Metheringham, and Sherrie Strobel. Row 4: Dolores Bias, 0 F F I C E A S S I S T A N T S
and Connie Bouras. Row 5: Francis Huffman, Linda Waddle, Toni Monyet,
and Betty Bradbury.
A big job was taken care of by the
girls, who were office assistants. They
ran the errands that Miss Lillian Gilb
would not have the time to do, without
their help; they answered the phone; de-
livered the daily bulletins; and took spe-
cial announcements to the various rooms
in the building.
The girls were more than glad to do
the work and showed it by giving up a
study hall. The work they did gave them
the experience in efficient office pro-
cedure. It was not all hard work, fun
was also taund in the daily routine.
Another one of the many interesting clubs at
Newport High is the "Los Cucarochas" Club, better
known as the Spanish Club. This club was organized
by Miss Evalyn Colliver and its purpose is to give the
Spanish students a better opportunity to use the lan-
guage. They have pen-pals, make Spanish foods and
carry on most of their exercises in Spanish.
Only students who completed one year of Spanish
were eligible for this club because the language is so
new to first-yeor students.
The officers for this year were: Richard Casey,
President; Joan Burch, Vice-President; Becky Arnold,
Secretary; Audrey Morton, Treasurer; James Hall, Re-
Books are a major part of every student's life.
They are used for study, research, and enjoyment. Dur-
ing the day many students visit our two room library
on the first floor, for both enjoyment and information.
This year there were fifteen girls on the library
staff to aid you and answer your questions. Among
other duties performed by the girls were repairing and
shelving books, desk duty, checking attendance and fix-
The requirements for membership on the library
staff are passing grades and on enjoyment for books.
At the end of the year, awards were presented for faith-
ful performance of duty.
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Left: Row 1: Ann Mosley, Elaine Wander, Joon Burch,
Pot Jennings, Marion Short, and Joyce Mullins. Row 2:
Joy- Botkins, Alice Fryer, Becky Arnold, Jackie Beazley,
Donno Willoughby, Marilyn Kinghorn, Audrey Morton,
Lindo Miller, Shirley Ader, Myrna Sporing, and Jeri
Rottinghous. Row 3: Rita Kreindler, Iva Reis, Gail Duck-
worth, Roger Lively, Ralph Hopkins, Jomes Hall, Jerry
Combs,-, Richard Casey, Janet Borbieo, Ruth Crosby, and
Miss Evolyn Colliver.
Below: Larry Brown and Martha Smith.
Above: Standing: Lois Carter and Mary Bonderman.
Seated: Bonnie Hoppe, Pot Feucht, Lois Gorriott, and
Left: Row 1: Elizabeth McIntosh, Betty Watson, Nancy
Griffith, Lois Gorriott, and Lois Carter. Row 2: Pat
Feucht, Becky Hunley, Ruth Eubanks, Lucille Deoton,
and Barbara Simms. Row 3: Bonnie Hoppe, Mary Ann
Bondermon, and Retto Hill.
Right: Row 1: Arlene Grindstoff, Charlene Brooks,
Wanda Lowe, Mr. Howard Barnett, Carol Clark, Betty
Watson, and Glenna Mullins. Row 2: Stella Schultz,
Donna Yelton, Mary Ann Bondermon, Jennie Ament,
Wanda Morris, Lois Gorriott, Rohomo Cooper, and Retto
Hill. Row 3: Anna Mosley, Peggy Snyder, Georgia
Mollery, Marilyn Eggleston, Bonnie Hoppe, Ruth Morgan,
and Nancy Griffith, Row 4: Inez Wade, Audrey Morton,
Elizabeth McIntosh, Joy Dameron, Myrna Kneol, Donald
Gouldin, Ruth Porter, and Lynne Chandler.
Below: Lois Gorriott and Mary Ann Bcndermon oc- a T .V
companied by Marilyn Eggleston. s g . ,.
Organized in 1952, the Newport Youth For Christ
Club, now affiliated with the Greater Cincinnati Y. F. C.
is making rapid progress. Mr. Howard Barnett is the
advisor of the Club.
Meetings were held every Wednesday afternoon
in the second floor foyer. Many guest speakers from
local church organizations spoke at the meetings. The
club's Bible Quiz team, now in its third year of existence,
did very well.
In 1948, the George Payne Club of the Future
Teachers of America was granted a charter by the Na-
tional Education Association.
The Newport High School club, under the spon-
sorship of Miss Ella Stone Spencer, was one of the first
F.T.A. clubs to be established in Kentucky. Its purposes
are to acquaint students with opportunities in the various
fields of teaching and to encourage some of the better
students to prepare for the profession.
Club activities include visits, study, and work in
co-operotion with other school groups.
The officers for this year were: Ricardo Hettel,
President; Peggy Snyder, Secretory; Jo Ann Bollinger,
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Above: Parents obtain information from the members
of the Future Teachers of America at the open house
held at school.
Right: Row 1: Peggy Snyder, Jo Ann Bohlinger, Betty
Watson, and Marjorie Butler. Row 2: Joan Burch, and
Ricardo Hettel. Row 3: Miss Ella Stone Spencer, and
The purpose of the club is to teach
students the right and wrong way to
use a rifle. Instruction is given in how
to core for your rifre, how to use it
The club was established last year
under the direction of Mr. Lyle Haggard.
Jomes Henley was the club President
and Roy Sonzenbecker was the Treos-
urer. The club met twice 0 week this
The President and director made
several contacts with Police firing in-
structors in this area who come and
Above: Mr. Hoggord shows Lorry Clutterbuck how close he come Above: Poul Collins in action at Glenn Schmidt's Bowling Alleys.
to o bullseye.
Strike! S p o r e! Gutterboll! Brooklyn!
Fomilior sounds it you stopped around
the bowling alley on a Monday afternoon
during one of the bowling club meetings.
The Bowling Club is for all boys who wish
to increase their bowling skill and have
a little fun doing it. The olleycots met
once a week at the Glenn Schmidt lanes
and bowled three games. The club this
year was divided into three teams; the
Alleycots, the Wildcats, ond Guttercots.
Sponsorship of the Pen Pals was accepted by
Miss Hazel Girvin this year. Miss Alma Lamb,
who had sponsored the club since 1939, left to
teach nearer her home. Officers this year were:
Ricardo Hettel, President; Richard Grischy, Vice-
President; Garnet Worthington, Secretory-Treos-
For initiation of new members a formal re-
ception was held in October. During their meet-
ings the members discussed other countries and
got a chance to hear the letters written to other
members of the club from friends of theirs in
A tea was given in the .spring of the year
for the teachers Of Newport High School and for
the parents of the members.
Row 1: Carolyn Sprogue, Judy Sheets, Dione
Relly, Mary Ann Brewster, Evelyn Wechboth, Ruth
Eubonks, and Miss Hazel Girvin. Row 2: Frank
Wohrley, Rebeccc Hunley, Vincent Smith, Ricardo
Hettel, Garnet Worthington, Pot Webster, and
Dorothy Grischy and Mary Obermeyer prepare Christmas decora- Ricardo Hettel, Richard Grischy, and Garnet Worthington discuss
tions which were placed in the home rooms. the agenda for the forth-coming meeting.
The new sponsor of this year's club
was Mrs. Charlotte Kernan, who teaches
Biology, Psychology and Science. The
officers this year were: Leroy Weaver,
President; Carol Witte, Vice-President;
Marilyn Kinghom, Treasurer; Anne
Stuart, Secretory; Richard Grischy, Parli-
Row 1: Leroy Weaver, Morloh Beirne, Carol Hill,
Ivo Reis, Dorothy Grischy, Mrs. Charlotte Kernon.
Row 2: James Hall, Coroi Wosser, Rosalind John-
son, Mary Obermeyer. Row 3: Bill Mittendorf,
Ricardo Hettel, Marilyn Kinghorn. Standing: Corol
Witte, and Richard Grischy.
There were "spills and chills" on Sunday
nights when the skating seoson first began.
Of course, as the season progressed, figure
eights were mode by Newport High School
skotes. This all took place at the Cincinnati
The admission for the club was reduced
because they went in 0 large group. This was
0 nice opportunity for those who like to skate.
Miss Jo Ann Geverts, their sponsor, devoted
her time to make the skating parties possible.
Above: ROW 1: Miss JO Ann Geverts, Rito Kreindier, Corole Clark, ivo Neol, Carole Siebert, Sue Ratliff, Nina Noble, Bonnie Borhorst, Carol Ebe
Reis, Eloine Wonder, Rohomo Cooper, Lindo Colston, Beuloh Combs, Marilyn Woodward, and Sherrie Strobel. Row 4: Laura Engle, Anne Stuo
Wondo Lowe, and Edward Goblemon. Row 2: Carol Stucker, Beverly Wilson, Donna Willoughby, Pot Lundrigon, Myrno Kneol, Joseph Beazley, Moril
Mary Ellen Shay, Borboro Whitford, Joyce Sondfoss, Charles Adkins, Dorothy Kinghorn, Mortho Shoy, Moroloh Beirne, Louise Hill, Mary Ann Kew, a
Whitford, Mary Ann Brewster, Agnes Case, Christine Zinser and Joan Louise King.
Scott. Row 3: Carol Wosser, Gwen Swank, Jacqueline Thomason, Betty
Above: Carol Stucker, Marilyn Kinghorn, and Sue Ratliff practice Above: Donny Points, Dixie Martin, James Ahrens, Richard
a few foncy steps. Grischy, and Mr. Steele Harmon look over the emblem for the
Left: Row 1: Mr. Steele Harmon, Donno Nelson, Ruth Mortinp Eloine King, Martha Shay, Darlene Brody, Bill Mittendorf, Leroy Weaver, J-
Wonder, Dionne Fritts, Corol Stucker, and Dorothy Grischy, Row 2: Mary Athkins, Shirley Crawford, and Jackie Beozley. Row 4: Ricardo Het
Ellen Shoy, Lois Gorriott, Fronk Wohrley, Nancy Toffe, Bonnie Hoppe, James Ahrens, Joe Moore, Richard Grischy, Daniel Points, Christine Cm
Mary LOu Obermeyer, Geraldine Rush, and Carol Coudili. Row 3: Louise Jerry Mullins, and Jerry Hobert.
"Don't let your conscience be your guide;
unless sofety guides your conscience" is the
motto for this safety minded group. It was
founded to help prevent accidents to and from
Eoch homeroom had two representatives
who met together during the homeroom period
once 0 week. Mr. Steele Hormon was their
NEWPORT HAS A WIDE VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES
R'ght: Six m mbers Of our band are
shown playing Christmas carols by
the Christmas tree during homeroom
Above: During parents visitation night Mr. Kenney and Miss Geverts are shown talk-
ing to one of the students' mothers, Mrs. Snyder.
Below: The Teen-oge Book Club is pictured in the library after they started this club
for the enjoyment of all high school students. The club adviser is Miss Morris.
Above: Coach Edward Burton
is giving point to Jimmy
Bird about the art of holding
Marilyn Woodward and Shirley King
"Music Hoth' Charms," so the
poet soys--whether it be one
hundred twenty-five voices blend-
ing in the beautiful harmony of
a song; the strains of the many
instruments of the Marching
Band leading the student body
across town to the football field;
the melodious tones of the
dance orchestra playing the ac-
companiment for the N. H. S.
Minstrels; or the glittering batons
twirled by the high stepping
The music department, both
instrumental and vocal, consists
of more than two hundred and
offers a means of expression
to all of those members, who
show an interest and talent.
Membership is not limited.
ROW '1 Mr. JOCk Wimmer, Tommy ROfliff, COFOI Stucker, Jim Waddle, Joy Blout, Sally Seibert, Patti Reed, Sally Daines, Corol
Bridges! Wayne MCGGhOI JOhn Martin, Ken Cope, Don Enzweiler, Hill, Martha Shoy, Donna Willoughby, Jim Wilson, Carol Hoffman,
Joan Long, Don Day, Ken McLaughlin, Sue Ratliff, Bonnie Sue Ruddick, Irma Cosmer, and Joyce Gross. Row 4: Naomi
Downordl Pamela Knox. ROW 2! J0Ck Gemmer, Gloria Tilford, Wunderlick, Ken Schweitzer, Roger Hortke, Linda Miller, Gory
Betty Doe, CGFOI Ortlieb, Donna Owens, Georgiana Luke, Marjorie Chalk, Jack Fox, Wayne Klink, Jim Zion, Carl Tilford, Tim
Butler, JOY Smith, Gail Weber, EOF'Y LOSEY, POT Morris, GCIFY Goodall, Jock Scheper, Tommy Owens, and Teddy Donsberry.
Faulkner, and Dale DeBelievue. Row 3: Mary Ann Ries, Judy
THE BAND IS A SYMBOL OF OUR SCHOOL
Newport High School's marching band is worthy 0
To make this bond the best in the land was ever
In August this fine bond began to practice withou
Knowing that upon this success depends.
At last the football season comes and the ban
Marches to the beat of several drums.
At football games the band did march, and play go
Tunes and dance,
And out in front of this grand bond the mojorette
These sweet girls who did dances and twirls th-
Certoinly were stupendous
Were taught by head majorette, Dolores Bios, who i
At the close of football season, the activities are ju
The bond gives many performances and is constant!
At assemblies, variety shows, and graduation, t
Bond you will always see.
And when the bond began to play, all were fill-
The reason Newport's bond was at full blaze 0
Never at a simmer
Was its capable director, Mr. Jack C. Wimmer.
Below: Mr. Jack Wimmer directs the bond during 0 Christmas concert.
Sixteen mojorettes danced their way
through another successful year of per-
formances on the football field at half-
time, assemblies, and pep meetings.
Parades were enlivened by their high-
kicking and twirling. The girls were led
by head mojorette and choreographer,
Right: Dolores Bias, Head Mojorette, is shown in
her high-stepping pose.
Below: Row 1: Mary Ellen Shay, Rudy King,
Dolores Bios, Louise King, Carol Wosser, and
Carol Hionce. Row 2: Joan Weiner, Carol Siebert,
Martha Wohlbrink, Pot Becker, Beulah Combs,
and Jackie Ziegler. Row 3: Penny Ebert, Becky
Howard, Bonnie Barhorst, Ruth Schloke, Peggy
Bostin, and Chris Lepper.
Above: Shirley Ader plays the piano for Chorus, while Miss
Janice Robbins directs.
Below: Row 1: Mary Pomeroy, Jackie Grigsby, Betty Strange,
Yvonne Poynter, La Verne lngguls, and Marilyn Horn. Row 2:
Phyllis Hogle, Elaine Wilson, Judy Boumboch, Linda Colston, Judy
Sheets, Ella Glocken, Ello Hutton, and Fay Lenders. Row 3: Dionne
Wiggins, Evo Hurd, Stella Schultz, Suzanne Myers, Joan Scott,
Ann Canada, Donna Thompson, Dione Dixon, Carole Mitchell,
and Nancy Daniels. Row 4: Carol Coudill, Marilyn Hilge, Judy
Bell, Anna Mosley, Peggy Snyder, Ruth Morgan, Lois Carter,
THE CHORUS ADDS BEAUTY
During the fifth and sixth periods of Newport
High School, the halls ring with the sound of the one
hundred and forty voices of the chorus practicing for
their many programs. Under the direction of Miss
Janice Robbins, c1 former graduate of Newport High
School and The Cincinnati College of Music, the
Chorus participated in the Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and Easter Assemblies. Also during the school year
they assisted the Senior Class in "Annie Get Your
Gun," the Bond in the Variety Show, and finally
presented their own May Concert. Outside of school
the Chorus song at the First Baptist Church of
Carol Bailey, Carol Metheringhom, Barbara Baker, and Marilyn
Reynoldsi Row 5: Joan Daniel, Patricio Hinte, Ethel Vulhop, Gail
Duckworth, Betty Neal, Sherrie Strobel, Kathy Myers, Beverly
Howe, Wanda Stowers, Rosalind Johnson, Charlotte Myers, and
Margaret Lewis. Row 6: Gay Case, Ellis Hurd, Jerilyn Rottinhous,
Jean Addison, Garnet Worthington, Christine Case, LaMont Mc-
Clain, John Horn, Gordon Adams, Frances Huffman, Patricia
Webster, and Judy Hole.
TO SCHOOL LIFE
Thanksgiving and St. Pouls Evangelical and Reformed
Church at Christmas.
A selected group participated in the Northern
Kentucky Vocal Clinic under the direction of Dr.
Hubert Cockritz and in the Kentucky All State Chorus
under the direction of Charles C. Hirt, a graduate
of the School of Music and the University of Southern
California, Los Angeles. All State Chorus was held in
the:j nlegw Memorial Colosseum, in Louisville, April 11
To end the school year the Chorus sang for the
Below: Carole Casebolt, Shirley Ader, Arlene Houch, Ina
Courtney, Wanda Lowe, Joy Botkins, Lavinia Green, and Miss
Janice Robbins. Row 2: Pat Sauerwin, Ruth Crosby, Joyce Hodden,
Mary Ronkie, Patricio Mollery, Donna Furnish, Carol Witte, and
Janet Houenstein. Row 3: Joyce Hornsby, Soro Lewis, Phyllis
Godd, Mary Ann Brewster, Janet Adams, Nora Chandler, Joyce
Sondfoss, Bernito Wilson, and Jo Ann Lucas. Row 4: Bonito
Troendle, Juanita Sparks, Marilyn Woodward, Hope Drake,
Patricio Hronek, Mary Elkins, Georgia Mollery, Nancy Gemmer,
Above: Members of the chorus file into the auditorium bearing
candles during the Christmas Assembly.
Ruth Harvey, and Charlotte Brickler. Row 5: Mary Sellers,
Gwendolyn Jackson, Gwen Swank, Goldie Bonner, Patricia Jen-
nings, Harold Godd, Patti Moore, Jo Ann Bohlinger, Bethel Feltner,
Carolyn Morris, and Harold Musgrave. Row 6: Donna Willoughby,
Charleen Jackson, Betty Bradbury, Rebecco Hunley, Kathleen
Turner, GeorgetHetteberg, John Wallace, Barbara Albice, Toni
Monyet, Dolly ChristianL Donna Surrey, Martha Smith, and Yvette
Above: A dance line does the finale for the Minstrels.
Right: Marvin Wander performs in part one of "Little Bop Riding Hood."
MINSTRELS BRING LAUGHTER
"Here Comes the Showboat" rang out as the "Show Boat"
docked on the stage of NeH-S, thus the Theme for the 1956
Minstrel was introduced. Arthur Crowe and Paul Collins, as old
Captains reminisced through a scrap book of past show boat
acts. Among them were "Down by the Ohio," "I've got Rhy-
thm," and "Can Can" all done by the pony chorus. Their
choreographer was Miss Rhea J. Peacher.
Music was arranged and directed by Mr. Jack C. Wimmer.
Miss Janice Robbins directed the chorus as they greeted the
show boat and added vocal background to many of the num-
Left: Dolores Bias does a dance for the folks at the Minstrels.
Below: The entire cast is shown as they await the beginning of the show on
ion of "Kokomo"
Boss's tie as other members of the
cast look on.
in Wonder does part two
"Little Bop Riding Hood.
ight Don Enzwe
of the scenery for the M
Above: Mary Carter
at the Minstrels.
Bertelsmon and Carol Lickert.
offer an opportunity to. build
bodies and to develop a spirit of fair
play, while building the athletes of
The student body and. alumni al-
ways wont championship teams. This
takes Coaches who excell in leader-
ship and patience and great players
who have the will and desire to make
winning teams. Football qnd Basket-
ball are the two main sports at New-
port with Baseball, Track, Swimming
and others being secondary.
In 1956 Football was King. Mr.
Miller's powerful team won the NKAA
Championship while the Basketball
team dropped the crown in the last
game of the season.
GAA and girls' sports merit the
time devoted to them. Each year the'
girls strive to meet the high standards
set by theaboord and the girls' oth-
The spirit of competition runs
high and even bubbles over into
some of the clubs, such as the 'boys'
Bowling Club, where mixed games
are bowled each winter. There are
also basketball games with surround-
ing schools for the girls, and color
teams who play such games as bad-
minton, volley ball within their own
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WILDCATS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP
Above: Co-captains John Turner and Ronnie Downard accept
the trophies presented to the team after the Newport Catholic
The high-spot of the 1956 season was the win-
ning of the Conference Championship. The team
turned the trick for the first time in the history of
The 1956 football squad had more than four-
teen seniors, more than any previous Newport team.
The boys worked very hard as did the fine coaching
staff. Head coach, Bob Miller, was ably assisted by
coaches Harmon, Burton, and Riley.
Newport started the season off with a "snarl-
ing" 34 to 7 victory over Eastern High School. The
power packed Wildcats continued to ramp by scores
of 34 to 7 over Raceland and 34 to 0 over arch-rivals,
NeWport Catholic. During the fourth game of the
season the powerful Newport machine was stopped
by a fine Western Hills eleven to the tune of a 14
to 7 score.
The 'Cats; not liking the taste of defeat, bounced
back to defeat of Highlands in a last minute
Above: Newport Coaches are from left to right, Pete Riley,
Steele Harmon, head coach Bob Miller, and Edwin Burton.
Right: Row 1: Roy Whitaker, Bobby Shields, Jimmy Pruiett
Bob Quigley, Larry Sprinkle, Bob Morris, Howard Miller,
Bill Knapp, Robert Walters, Wardell Gibson, Ivan Cooper,
and Charles Adkinson, manager. Row 2: Kent Curtis, man-
ager, James Murphy, Harold Strunk, Jimmy Bird, Jerry
Jones, Ben Stull, Bob Lee, Tom Simpson, Dan Pitman,
Mike Stull, Leroy Schoo, Walter Feldkamp, Bill Pelfry,
David Axt, Houston Ebert, manager. Row 3: Steele
Harmon, Bob Miller, coaches, Rodney Gross, Vice Schar-
stein, Edward Morris, Ronald Downard, Danny Points,
Dennis Holzschuh, John Turner, Ervin Deaton, Cecil Turner,
George Rush, John Slack, Gary Pabst, Edwin Burton and
Pete Riley, Row 4: Richard Wallace, Billy Jones, Ernie Blaut,
Warren Harden, Phil Hamilton, Don Ratliff, Don Schneider,
Larry Harden, Jerry Combs, Del Hatfield, John Williams,
and Bill Highchew.
Western Hills tOT
Dayton Kiser tOT
Louisville St. Xavier
Above: Ervin Deaton goes off tackle during the St. Xavier game.
thriller 21 to 13. The Wildcats were then upset by
a fiery Bellevue squad, 9 to O. The twice defeated
eleven, feeling in a bad mood due to the loss to Belle-
bue, spanked Dixie 7 to O and went on to humble
Boone County 34 to 12.
The Holmes "Bulldogs" were the next victims
of the "Cats." This hair-raising game ended 21 to
20. Dayton Kise of Ohio invaded Newport soil only
to go home under another Wildcat mauling, 34 to 6.
Newport m t Louisville St. Xavier in the Expo-
sition Bowl at Louisville, Ky. for the final game of the
season. The "Tigers," rated number one in the
state, tromped the 'Cats, 52 to 7.
Although the team was badly beaten in the last
game of the season, the school spirit was high, as
it was all year. Newport ended the season with an
8 and 3 record and again, under the talented hands
of Coach Miller, ended as one of the states top
Above: Newport managers are left to right, Houston Ebert,
Clarence Turner, and Kent Curtis.
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WILDCATS ENJOY GOOD SEASON
A power packed Wildcat team romped over op-
ponents for the major part of the season, with one
EdWln K' Burton and Stanley Amzen, COOCheS- , conference defeat when they lost to Dixie Heights,
by a score of 69-67, to drop the NKAC Crown.
The record for all games played was 24 wins
with tour losses coming from Newport Catholic
Thoroughbreds, Elder Panthers, and the Colonels from
Dixie Heights in conference play and the Regional
In 28 contests the 'Cats netted 2029 points for
an average of 72.5 points per game, while the op-
position totaled l603 points to average 57.3 points
The team was paced by Captain "Big" John
Turner who totaled 704 points to average 25.1 and
Richard Varies who posted an average of 19.4 points
with a total of 545. The two players netted 61.10b
of all points scored by the entire team.
The team may have lacked the points needed
to win those four games, but through good spirit and
deteimination they gave Coach Stan Arnzen a good
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Above: The baseball team are from left to right, Row 1: Coach Stan Arnzen, Bruce Barkhau,
Dick King, Kent Curtis, Bobby Lee, Del Hatfield, Kenny Pigg, and assistant coach, Neil
Conners. Row 2: Kenny Bailey, Bill Thorton, Roger Quinn, Norman Youtsey, Dick Vories,
Don Bass, Ron Sansom, Kenny Cole, and Stu Stormer. Row 3: Jerry Morris, Ernie Brady,
George Rush, Edward Morris, Ronnie Pigg, Phil Hamilton, and Les Temple. The little girl
sitting in front of the the team is their mascot Donna Arnzen.
Below: Ronnie Pigg, number four, is on his way to first base after hitting a ground ball
The charges of Coach Stan Arnzen ob-
tained a late start due to bad weather, thus
not playing a full schedule.
Newport, pre-season pick to take top
honors in the Ninth Region, was loaded with
talent. Eight regulars were returning from
the previous championship team. The "Cats"
suffered a major upset at the hands of Silver
Grove during the District Tournament as the
"Big Trains" scored one run in the last inning
to take home a 3 to 2 victory.
The team was also disappointed because
they did not meet their arch-rivals, the New-
port Catholic Thoroughbreds. The game was
cancelled due to rain.
Newport finished the season with a 9 and
4 record. Coach Arnzen believed the season
would have been better if there had been
A boy to watch this coming season is
sophomore pitcher, Kenny Pigg. As a fresh-
man, Pig compiled an impressive 4 and 0
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Above: Highland takes first place in the low hurdles as Newport's Earl
Shockleford finishes in a close second.
TRACKMEN DISPLAY ENDURANCE
Dennis Holzschuh is shown as he
warms up before a track meet.
"Below: The varsity track team are from left to right, Row 1: Jerry Jones, Billy Jones, and
Adams. Row 2: Larry Harden, Bill Morton, Ken Colston, Don Schneider, Pete Droege,
Leigh, and Dennis Prutow. Row 3: Manager Joe Lynn, Arzell Bonner, Cecil Turner,
Dennis Holzschuh, Ervin Deofon, George Hetteburg, and Earl Shockleford.
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line against two Holmes trock-men.
Coach Edwin Burton instructed his boys to "run
the soreness in, and then run it out," and they did
The team was captained by LeRoy Droege 0nd
wigs sparked by the fine running of sophomore Billy
Jones. Newport had fine sprinters in Droege and
Jones and the 880 yard relay team also showed its
heels to many opponehts. The distance runners and
field men were not up to par clue to the loss through
graduation. Coach Burton expects a better showing
from these departments this year.
Throughout the season the "thinclods" of New-
port participated in ten meets, including the Con-
ference and Regional meets. The Wildcats finished
Pole-voulter, Ken Colston, is shown as he goes over the bar.
second in 0 rough Regional meet and in the Con-
This year's team will be built around five return-
ing lettermen. Ervin Deoton will give needed strength
in the distance and hurdle races. Cecil Turner will
return in the 440 yard dash and the mile relay. Don
Schneider and Arzell Bonner will bolster the relay
teams. Lorry Harden, a boy with good possibilities,
is returning in the pole vault. The llbig gun" this
year should be little Billy Jones. Last year as a
sophomore he broke the school century mark with 0
good time of lO.2 and also smashed the 220 yard
dosh record in 23.8.
Below: The freshman track team are: Row 1, left- to right: Don Green and Ben. Stull. Row 2:
Warren Harden, Bill Pelfrey, Tom Simpson, Ellery Robinson,
Roger Hartke, and Joe Lynn.
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Dan Donnelly, Barry Peper, and Bob Neal. Row 2: Coach Bud Covana, Harold Strunk, Roger
Seifried, Bill Quigley, and Ben Hemmingway.
SWIMMING DEVELOPS MUSCLES
Below: Coach Bud Cavono shown with Co-Coptoins, Houston
Ebert, left, and Barry Peper, extreme right.
Twelve boys made up the 1957 Swimming
Team which took part in several dual meets, the
Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference and the State
meet. From this group the two seniors were the two
captains, Barry Peper and Houston Ebert, who be-
tween them earned seven letters in their years of
competition. Other lettermen and the years they
lettered were: Eorl Kewt3i, Lorry Keent3i, Bobby
Nealt2i, Joseph LynnHi, Dan DonnellyHi, George
HettebergHi, Roger Seifriedtii, Harold StrunktD,
William QuigleyHi, and Ben Hemmingway,
Dual meets were held with Withrow, Purcell,
Taylor, and Highlands high Schools. Holmes, High-
lands, Bellevue, and Beechwood in the conference
meet, and several strong schools in Class B in the
state meet at the University of Kentucky.
GOLF REQUIRES SKILL
This year the Golf team was coached by
Mr. Howard Barnett and captained by
Houston Ebert, three boys were lost through
graduation, five returned for the 1957 season
Houston Ebert and "Teddy" Donsberry led
the team through a schedule of ten games.
The "Niblickers" not only played a full
schedule but also partiCIpated in the Con-
ference and Regional Tournaments. During
these tournaments the "Cats" held their own
and showed plenty of fight.
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Row 1: Tony Henderson, Drew Goskins, Ervin Strubbe, Gory Buck, Carl Sharp,
Alfred Neal, and James Ploeger. Row 2: Coach M. J. Cavono, Jock Gish, Alvin
Britsch, Melvin Johnson, Richard Schultz, Garland Whisner, James Mc-
Laughlin, Walter Kyle, Ronnie Demon, Lorry Hatfield, and Ronnie Storn. Row
3: Bob Fennell, Leroy Shields, Ken Stuempel, Elbert King, Mike Stull, Larry
Sprinkle, Wayne Hetteberg, Charles Buckler, Warner Moore, and Neil
Row 1: Wayne Hetteberg, Charles Buckler, Larry Sprinkle, Ken Stuempel,
Lorry Hatfield, Mike Stull, Owen Rinsburg, Tom Owens. Row 2: Coach M. J.
Covano, Melvin Johnson, Ron Storn, Bob Bennell, James McLaughlin, Corl
Sharp, Alfred Neal.
Top to bottom, Janice Seifried, Carol Hill, Betty Richter,
and Sharon Wonder ore Junior High Cheerleaders.
By James J. Metcolfe
With multiple gyro ions and . . . A voice as-
tonishing . . . He strives to rouse 0' stadium . . .
or make the rafters ring . . . In college or in
high school, he . . . Commands the s udent '
tiers . . . As he jumps up and leads them
in . . . Their unison of cheers . . . He may
seem somewhat funny, or . . . That "he" may
be a gal . . . But anyone who draws those
cheers . . . ls boosting school morale . . .
Cheerleaders are 0 specialty . . . As much as
those who play . . . And now and then they
are the ones . . . Who really save the day . . .
In football, baseball, basketball . . . In hockey
or the track . . . Let's give each good cheer-
Ieader now . . . A pot upon the back.
"Courtesy of James J Metcalfe, the Cincin-
nati Enquirer, and the Chicago Sun-Times
Top, righ Varsity cheerleaders Mary Derrick, Carol
Welder, Toni Monyet, Linda Waddle, Shirley King, and
Right: Reserve cheerleaders: Row 1: Sally Doines. Row 2:
Sally Seibert, and Suzanne Myers, Row 3: Kathy Myers,
Betty Bradbury, and Darlene Brody.
Below: Toni Monyet, Linda Waddle, Corol Welder,
Shirley King Connie Bouros, and Mary Derrick, fly
through the air with the greatest of ease.
Above: Row 1: Bonnie Poole, Ruth Eubonks, Marilyn Horn,
Fay Lenders, Mary Jo Richards, Evelyn Wechbath, lvo Reis, Pot
Sauerwin, Dione Mitchell, Judy Boumbock, Elaine Wonder, Wanda
Lowe, Rosella Long, La Verne lngguls, Eva Rothe, Rita Kreindler,
and Dorothy Voll. Row 2: Babe Reder, Florence De Rossett, La-
Verne Hall, Dion Ewing, Dione Relly, Christie Lepper, Elizabeth
Goldner, Connie Bouras, Mary Derrick, Joyce Mullins, Rohoma
Cooper, Penny Ebert, Ina Courtney, Dolores Puckett, Janice
Bocher, Beverly.Wilson, Morg Simms, and Miss Margaret Moore.
Row 3: Ruby King, Pat Becker, Laura Engle, Dolores Bios, Yvonne
Poynter, Barbara Simms, Charlene Smith, Myrna Sporing, Roberto
Long, Joanne Daniels, Yuetto Jackson, Carole Hombrick, Carol
Ebert, Betty Neal, Shirley King, Marilyn Woodward, Carol Hionce,
and Christine Zinser. Row 4: Suzanne Myers, Judy Bennett,
Georgia Mollery, Carolyn Wagner, Sally Seibert, Anna Mosley,
Judy Anderson, Lois Carter, Verona Sharp, Gayle Duckwdrth,
Ann Canada, Pauline Neal, Jenny Ament, Carole Caudill, Stella
Schultz, Dixie Nolan, Wanda Stowers, Jackie Zeigler, Charlotte
GIRLS KEEP ACTIVE
Below: Wanda Lowe, Stella Schultz, and Georgia Mallery
aim at archery targets.
Brickler, and Barbara Whittaker. Row 5: Sally Doines, Nancy
Brinkmon, Betty Howard, Linda Miller, Margie Butler, Ruth
Schlake, Martha Wohlbrink; Nancy Hindmon, Gwen Swank,
Barbara Carmichael, Judy Bell, Carol Hoffman, Carol Siebert,
Louise King, Bonnie Borhorst, Margie Slack, Nancy Griffith, Sally
A'Ibice, Peggy Bostin, Jackie Thomason, and Mary Ellen Shay.
Row 6: Ann Stuart, Beverly Howe, Carole Welder, Pot Jennings,
Marilyn Eggleston, Nancy Weaver, Jerilyn Rottinghouse, Judy
Egon, Peggy Lepper, Kathy Meyers, Shirley Butler, Norma Butler,
Ethel Vulhop, Kay Wolfe, Joyce Dunn, Charlene Herzog, Mary
Kew, Catherine Campbell, Barbara Bonner, Linda Waddle, Martha
Murphy, and Pat Feucht. Row 7: Carol Rae Hill, Lois Berkemeier,
Donna Gregory, Donna Miller, Becky Howard, Betty Bradbury,
Martha Jane Shay, Dolly Christian, Becky Hunley, Linda Alspech,
Marilyn Kinghorn, Barbara Albice, Marion Allen, Darlene Brady,
Toni Monyet, Sherrie Strobel, Donna McClung, Elizabeth Mc-
Intosh, Audrey Morton, Donna Surrey, Shirley Crawford, and
Girls' Athletic Association is a club of Newport
High School organized for girls who are interested
Members learn to bowl, play basketball, volly-
boll, badminton, tennis, golf, aerial darts, archery,
and to ride horseback. Teams are chosen for some
of the sports and the girls play teams from other
schools. These girls are the "honor players" and get
As it is plain to everyone, G. A. A. is a club
with a purpose. It teaches the girls to work and play
together, fair play, ability, leadership, and also creates
an interest in all sports.
The members look to their odvisor, Miss
Margaret Moore, their officers and board members
for help and organization of their sports.
For the time and work the girls put in, they are
well paid. If they attend seventy-five per cent of the
time in each sport they receive points. Those having
sufficient points receive their awards at the Mother-
Daughter Banquet. Each consecutive year, the girls
receive a bigger and better award.
Right; Miss Margaret Moore gives instructions on how :to grip
0 bowling ball.
Below: The G.A.A. Board. Row 1: Standing, Shirley King, and and Myrna Sporing. Row 3: Donna Gregory, La Verne lngguls,
Martha Wahlbrink. Row 2: Audrey Morton, Sherrie Strobel, Carol Ann Stuart, Iva Reis, Connie Bouros, Bonnie Poole, Chris Zinser,
Ebert, Miss Margaret Moore, Barbara Carmichael, Rita Kreindler, Elaine Wonder, Delores Bias, and Marilynn Eggleston.
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and Charlotte Brickler, wait for the rebound.
Below: Joyce Mullins looks over the pins as she
prepares to roll at a G. A. A. meeting.
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Rec. Secy.:'Mrs. R. Rottinghaus
Correspondence Secy.: Mrs. H. Curtis
Treasurer: Mrs. J. Duckworth
President: Mrs. H. Braun
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Adams
Mr. and Mrs. S. Arnzen
Mr. and Mrs. H. Barnett
Mr. and Mrs. H. Barkhou
Mrs. J. Bell
Mr. and Mrs. W. Berkemeyer
Mr. and Mrs. H. Braun
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bridges
Mr. and Mrs. E. Burton
Miss M. Caldwell
Mr. and Mrs. R. Coudill
Mr. and Mrs. J. Chalk '
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cobb
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cole
Mr. and Mrs. J. Collins
Miss E. Colliver
Miss B. Culbertson
Mr. and Mrs. H. Curtis
Mr. and Mrs. G. Daines
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dameron
Mrs. L. Day
Mrs. E. Dansberry
Mrs. M; Derrick
Mrs. J. Duckworth
Mrs. W. Dunn
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ebert
Mr. and Mrs. D. Elkins
Mr. and Mrs. M. Farrar
Mr. and Mrs. R. Frederick
Mr. and Mrs. J. Garner
Miss J. Geverts
Miss H. Girvin
Miss G. Gray
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gutekunst
Miss R.. Harris
Mr. and Mrs. L. Haggard
Mr. S. Harmon
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hettel
Mr. and M15. H. Hilge
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kernan
Mr. and Mrs. F. Kinney
'Mrs. J. Klink
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kohl
Mrs. R. Lope
Mrs. M. Lively
Mr. and Mrs. D. Losey
Mr. and Mrs. T. Manyet
Mrs. R. Meyers .
Mr. and Mrs. W. Mittendorf
Mr. R. Miller
Miss M. Moore
Mrs. A. Morgan
Miss M. Morris
Miss J. Owens
Mr. and Mrs. C. Owens
Mrs. 0. Parker
Mrs. L. Peak
Mrs. E. Peper
Mrs. Dan Points
Rev. and Mrs. Dudley T. Pomeroy
Mrs. E. Quinn
Miss J. Robbins
Mrs. M. Romo
Mrs. R. Rottinghaus
Mrs. J. Schillef
Miss B. Schworberg
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schultz
Mrs. F. Seibert
Mr. and Mrs. E. Shackelford
Mr. and Mrs. H. Slack
Miss E. Spencer
Mr. and Mrs. N. Surrey
Miss L. Tanner
Mr. and Mrs. C. Tanner
Miss Mary Tanner
Mr. and Mrs. A. Troendle
Mr. and Mrs. R. Walters
Mr. D. Walker
Mrs. H. Welder
Miss J. West
Mrs. L. Wetzel
Mrs. S. Wilson
Mr. J. Wimmer
Miss A. Witteried
Mr. and Mrs. D. Wohrley
Mrs. R. Woodall
Compliments of the ZON Seniors and their Advisor.
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18th and Monmouth Sts.
Phone AX. 1-6210
Breakfast - Dinner - Sandwiches
912V2 Monmouth St. NeWport, Ky.
ORDER BY PHONE
AND TAKE 'EM HOME
We Specialize in Corsages
720 Monmouth Street
Ph. CO. 1-9297 Newport, Ky.
19th and Monmouth St. HE. 1-9144
EDWIN l. POATE
Florist and Designer
111 E. 7th St. Newport, Ky.
"Flowers For All Occasions"
JU. 1-3996 RES. HI. 1-1991
Air-Conditioned Five Barbers
We Try to Please You
907 Monmouth Street
Compl iments of
Horry F. Deiterman
FIRE - FIRE
Avoid A Loss
Insure with Haas
A D A M C . H A A S
724 Monmouth St. CO. 1-9869
ENGRAVED - THERMOGRAPHED
1H Beech Street Newport, Ky.
Phone CO. 1-8300
C 8: D RECORD
703 Monmouth Street
S C H E P E R-Woodwork
Doors - Sash - Insulation - Roofing
Presdwood - Mouldings - Paints
Licking Pike at Thirteenth St.
CO. 1-8361 Newport, Ky.
NEW AND USED CARS
Auto Sales and Service Co., Inc.
Phone H E. 1-2556
231 Monmouth Street Newport, Ky.
RONALD K. STORN
CO. 1-0380 6th and Washington
ALFRED G. MAYBURG
R. 81 M. CLEANERS
4-Hour Service - Call and Deliver
25 East Sixth Street Newport, Kentucky
529 York Street AX. 1-3319 Newport, Kentucky
T.V. SALES 81 SERVICE
We Repa i r
Cor Radios - Home Radios and Phonogrophs
24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK
Convenient Banking Prompt Service
WEST SIDE SAVINGS BANK
Easy Parking - No Meters - No Congestion
10th and Columbia Newport, Kentucky
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS - 5 to 8
NEWPORT NATIONAL BANK
Your Friendly Bank
810 Monmouth Street Drive-In Branch
8th St. at Orchard
Member F. D. l. C.
Fred A. Erschell 8 Son Vonderhoor 8 Stetter
William S. MuehJenkomp
Wm. C. Betz Sons A. C. Dobbling 8 Son
LEO G. BROERING
Real Estate 8: Insurance Agency
Phone CO. 1-9288
609 York Street Newport, Ky.
W. F. Wintersole Forms
Lillian Wintersole Homes
B. 8: L. REALTY CO.
Real Estate - Insurance
1025 Monmouth St. Newport, Kentucky
10th and Monroe
CO. 1-1044 Newport, Ky.
Visit oursHi F1 and Record Department
316 E. 10th Street
JU. 1-8588 Newport, Ky.
Northern Kentucky's Smith-Corona Dealer
Phone JU. 1-3006
Electric Typewriter Rentals
Sold - Rented - Repaired
New and Used
Business Machines - All Types
BILL SEIBERT'S OFFICE EQUIP. CO.
408 York St, Newport, Ky. Phone JU. 1-3006
Lawler Hanlon Ladies Auxiliary
Veterans Foreign War No. 5662
326 W. 10th Street
HINDMAN DRY CLEANERS
Bill and Tom Heck, Props.
Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing
WE DO OWN CLEANING
Phone CO. 1-5603
109 East Ninth St. Newport, Ky.
PHONE CO. 1-3611 . 511-513 YORK ST.
Ph. CO. 1-6474 Bob Enos Res. HI. 1-9324
ROBERT J. ENOS AGENCY
Insurance - Real Estate
414 York Street NeWport, Ky.
Paints - Glass - Toys - Electrical Supplies
Pipe and Fittings
935 Monmouth Street
Phone CO. 1-8051
AX. 1-7150 HI. 1-1131
946 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
408 E. 10th Street
Phone HE. 1-4519 Newport, Ky.
10th and Hamlet Newport, Ky.
Open 7:30 AM. to 6:00 P.M.
'1 HOUR SERVICE
"We do our own cleaning"
1001; Off - Cash and Carry
Joseph Early, Prop.
Phone AX. 1-2578
10th and Monmouth Newport, Ky.
637 Monmouth Street
502 E. 10th Street
Phone HE. 1-8508
"Always A Friendly Welcome"
Phone HE. 1-9298
PURE OIL SERVICE
ALL TYPES REPAIRS AND SERVICE
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
Sixth and Overton Streets
Fred Foster Newport, Ky.
Your TV Set is only as good as the
service it receives.
Phone AX. 1-8676
408 East Tenth Street
WM. A. WOODY
HILLTOP VETERANS CAFE
176 Main St. South Newport
Cold Beer in Frosted Glasses
"A Good Time All The Time"
Ph. HE. 1-7479 Take No. 20'Bus
9th and Central
719 Monmouth Street
"Better wearing apparel for Women
833 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
Choice Steaks and Poultry
328 East 9th St.
Phone HE. 1-9601
9th and Monmouth Newport, Ky.
1006 Monmouth St.
Ethical Drug Service
33 East Eighth Street
JU. 1-2114 WE DELIVER
Compliments Compl i ments
THE ACME-NEWPORT STEEL
CITIZENS TELEPHONE COMPANY
to the Class of ,57
from your Telephone Company
V GOOD PLACE TO WORK"
9th and Monmouth St.
Tel. HE. 1-9317
"Chili at its best"
Best of Luck to the Class of '57
Best Wishes To The Class Of "57"
Seventh and Monmouth Streets
Newport Shopping Center
"A Strong Bonk . . . Since 1882"
R. 81G. CLEANERS
We Operate Our Own Plant
2 HOUR SERVICE
612 Monmouth Street
35 E. 11th Street Newport, Ky.
SEWING MACHINE CO.
Singer has All Three:
STRAIGHT NEEDLE - SLANT NEEDLE
For Home Demonstrations Coll AX. 1-6518
914 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
Compl iments of
513 Monmouth Street
JU. 1-2481 W. G. Lagedrost, Owner
ALBERT E.1 BATHIANY
Sixth and Monmouth
843 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
AND lOAN ASSOCIATION
Home omcg: 1010 Monmouth Sine!
Branchomce: 14 South Ft. Thomas Ave.
. Newport, Ky.
o Ff. Thomas, Ky.
and Best Wishes
for success and happiness
in the years ahead.
732V2 Monmouth St. Ph. HE. 1-1916
DAN DI ORIO, Manager
Compl iments of
BOARD OF COMMISSION ERS
Robert A. Fischer Joseph A.'Schaber
Hargis Cole Clem Reker
Wesley Bowen, City Solicitor; Acting Manager
Alfred G. Moybury, Mayor
Alterations and Repairing - All Types
Rapid Service On All Work
HILL DRY CLEANERS
940 Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
Hrs.: 7 am. to 6 p.m. - Mon. 8t Fri. Till 9 p.m.
We Sell Service - NOT INSURANCE
After many years of business in Newport we
still emphasize service, the Service that proper
Our aim is to give you
adequate coverage-without "overloading."
We will insure your home, car, business, etc.
Ask today for free survey of your problem. Congratulations 1-0
I N C - the Class of '57
CHESTER A. SILVA
Insurance and Real Estate
103 E. 7th Street
for Men and Boys
In NeWport it's . . .
for Quality and Service
Eighth and Monmouth Sts. Newport, Ky.
"They tell us . . . it's better than ever"
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Marilyn Woodward and Christine ster shop for
30 East Sixth St.
Phone CO. 1-8331 furniture at
L O U I S M A R X
That great taste of Coke makes life more fun
'SO delicious - even the bubbles taste betterj
Give a bright little lift to everyone
ISO refreshing you feel the difference when itgs Coea-Cola;
"Coke" is a registered trade-mork.
Billy Jones ..... President
Gene Turner F -- Vice-President
Richo rd Casey - Treasu rer
Kenny Erpenbeck .......................... - Secreta ry
Miss Mary Lee Coldwel'l ................................................................ Advisor
Abbott, Janice 31
Adams, Gordon 47, 86, 102
Adams, Janet 31, 87
Adams, Richard 55
Adams, Robert 31, 78
Addison, Jean 51, 86
Alder, Shirley 47, 76, 86, 87
Adkinson, Charles 55, 80, 92
Ahrens, James 31, 70, 74, 75, 80
Albice, Barbara 47, 72, 87, 108
Albice, Sally 51, 72, 108, 110, 111
Alford, Ronnie 55, 78
Allen, Marian 55, 108
Allen, Wayne 31, 42, 78
Alspeck, Linda 7, 55, 108
Ament, Andy 31
Ament, Virginia 51, 77, 108
Anderson, Joan 55
Anderson, Judith 7, 55, 108, 111
Arnold, Becky 51, 76
Ashcroft, Larry 51, 78
Axt, David 31, 78, 92, 95, 105
Bocher, Beverly 31, 36
Bocher, Janice 55, 108
Bailey, Carol Sue 32, 86
Bailey, Kenneth 32, 74, 100
Baker, Barbara 51, 86
Baker, Monroe 32
Balthis, Victor 10, 55, 78
Bondermon, Mary Ann 32, 70, 71, 74,
Bonfield, Donna 55
Banfield, Ronald 47
Barbieo, Janet 51, 76
Borhorst, Bonnie 51, 80, 85, 108, 111
Barker, Margaret 55
Borkhou, Bruce 16, 30, 32, 65, 70, 78,
Barnard, Robert 47
Barnett, Rosetta 32
Barr, William 55
Bass, Robert 55
Bostin, Peggy 55, 85, 108, 111
Bauer, Charles 11, 32
Bauer, Janice 55
Boumbach, Judy 47, 86, 108
Beazley, Jacqueline 27, 47, 76, 80
Beozley, Joe 55, 78, 80
Becker, Pot 47, 85, 108, 111
Beirne, Moroloh 17, 51, 79
Bell, Judy 47, 86, 108
Bennett, Judy 55, 108
Berkmeyer, Lois 55, 108
Berry, Leslie 55
Bertelsmon, Nancy 4, 12, 18, 32, 33,
71, 72, 74, 90
Bios, Dolores 33, 65, 66, 75, 85, 88,
108, 109, 111
Bird, James 27, 55, 92
Blankenship, Pot 33
Blout, Ernie 13, 33, 92, 95, 105
Boden, Paul 55
Bohlinger, Jo Ann 51, 87
Bohlinger, Steve 77
Bonner, Arzell 33, 102, 105
Bonner, Barbara 55, 108
Bonner, Goldie 33, 87
Bonner, Herbert 51
Botkin, Joy 51, 76, 87
Bouras, Connie 10, 16, 33, 36, 41, 42,
65, 75, 107, 108, 109, 111
Bowles, Arthur 47
Bowman, Charles 7, 51
Bowman, Donna 55
Boyd, Bill 47
Boyd, Jay 55
Bradbury, Betty 11, 47, 75, 87, 107,
108, 1 1 1
Bradley, Bill 33
Brody, Darlene 17, 27, 55, 72, 80, 107,
Brody, Donna 55
Brady, Ernie 27, 47, 96, 97, 100
Brommer, Walter 51
Bronhom, Virgil 33
Broun, Douglas 33, 74
.Brountz, Gloria 33
Bresnouer, Bonnie 47, 72
Brewer, Shirley 47
Brewster, Mary Ann 51, 61, 79, 80, 87
Bridges, James 55, 84
Brinkmon, Nancy 55, 108
Brock, Raymond 51, 78
Brooks, Charlene 77
Brown, Lorry 55, 76, 78
Brusehaber, Carl 55
Burch, Gloria 51, 76, 77
Butler, Marjorie 27, 51, 77, 84, 108
Butler, Norma 47, 108
Butler, Shirley 51, 108
Bybee, James 55
Campbell, Barbara 55
Campbell, Catherine 56, 108
Canada, Ann 47, 86, 108
Copek, Marilyn 47
Carmichael, Barbara 4, 12, 34, 74, 108,
Carpenter, William 51
Carter, L6is 34, 74, 76, 86, 89, 108
Case, Agnes 56, 80
Case, Christine 51, 80, 86
Case, Gayolo 34, 86
Cosebolt, Carol 56, 87
Casey, Richard 46, 76, 96, 105
Coudill, Carol 56, 80, 86, 108
Coudill, Malcolm 56
Coylor, Joann 51
Chalk, Gary 16, 56, 84
Chandler, Alvin 47, 51
Chandler, Lynne 47, 77, 87
Christian, Dolly 51, 87, 108
Clark, Carol 77, 80
Clark, Ronald 56
Clutterbuck, Lorry 56, 78
Cole, Dora 51
Cole, Kenneth 51, 96, 98, 100
Collins, Jack 47
Collins, Paul 34, 41, 70, 72, 78
Colston, Kenneth 51, 102, 103
Colsto'n, Linda 56, 80, 86
Combs, Beulah 47, 80, 85
Combs, Hayden 5, 34
Combs, Jerry 47, 76, 92
Combs, Ora 51
Cooper, Ivan 56, 92
Cooper, Rohoma 47, 77, 80, 108
Cottie, Ronald 51
Courtney, Inc 56, 72, 87, 108, 111
Cox, Chevi 51
Croil, Carolyn 51
Crawford, Shirley 47, 80, 108
Creech, James 51
Crosby, Robert 47
Crosby, Ruth 51, 76, 87
Crowe, Charles 56, 78
Curtis, Kent 2, 30, 34, 62, 67, 70, 72,
73, 74, 92, 93, 96, 1.00, 104, 105
Doines, Sally 56, 84, 107, 108, 111
Domeron, Jay 47, 77
Daniel, Joan 56, 86, 108
Daniels, Carolyn 27, 34, 76
Daniels, Nancy 47, 86
Daniels, Roland 56, 78
Donsberry, Teddy 27, 51, 84, 105
Day, Donald 51, 84
Deaton, Ervin 34, 44, 92, 93, 95, 102,
Deoton, G. V. 56
Deoton, Lucile 47, 76
Deaton, Robert 47
Deegon, William 56
Delehonty, Patricia 51
Demetre, James 51
Denny, Charles 52
DeRossett, Florence 34, 36, 42, 108
Derrick, Mary 11, 14, 16, 47, 75, 107,
Dewald, Dione 47
Dixon, Dione 34, 86
Donnelly, Donald 47, 104
Downord, Ronald 2, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18,
27, 30, 35, 64, 65, 66, 70, 72, 73,
74, 92, 93, 94, 95, 105
Drake, Hope 47, 87
Duckworth, Gail 52, 76, 86, 108
Dunn, Joyce Marie 4, 35, 108
Ebert, Carol 47, 80, 108, 109
Ebert, Edith 14, 52
Ebert, Houston 35, 92, 93, 104, 105
Ebert, Penny L. 56, 85, 108, 111
Eckert, Donny 56, 78
Edwards, Pot 47
Egon, Judith 47, 108
Eggleston, Marilyn 47, 72, 77, 108, 109
Elkins, Jerome 35
Elkins, Mary 52, 87
Elkins, Raymond 52
Embry, Yvonne 56
Engel, Laura Lou 35, 80, 108, 111
Erpenbeck, Kenneth 46, 47
Eubonks, Ruth 47, 76, 79, 108
Eubonks, Shirley 52
Ewing, Dion 4, 56, 108
Ewing, Elmer 56
Ewing, Nancy 47
Farror, Marvin 52
Feldkomp, Walter 56, 78, 92
Feltner, Bethel 56, 87
Ferguson, Elbie Gene 47
Ferguson, Ira 48
Feucht, Patricia 4, 35, 76, 108
Fischer, Dennis 52
Fitzer, Deanna M. 56
Fogle, Ralph 48, 72
Foss, Paul 52
Fox, Jack 56, 84, 103
Frederick, Janet 14, 48
Fritts, Dianne 35, 72, 80
Fryer, Alice 56, 76
Furnish, Donna C. 56, 87
Gobelmon, Harold Edward 56, 80
Godd, Carol Jeanne 35
Godd, Harold 52, 87
Godd, Phyllis 52, 87
Gorriott, Lois 12, 36, 72, 74, 76, 77,
Gouldin, Donald 36, 77
Gouldin, Frank 56
Gemmer, George 36
Gemmer, Nancy 52, 87
Gemmer, Tom 56
Gerhardt, Jim 56
Gettys, Sandra K. 56
Gioncolo, Gene 52, 78
Gibson, Wordell 52, 92
Gilbert, Jim 56
Gillespie, Beverly Sue 56
Glacken, Ella 48, 86
Goldner, Elizabeth 56, 108
Goodall, Tim 57, 84
Gordon, Orvol 52
Greene, Lavinia M. 6, 57, 87
Gregory, Dona 52, 108, 109
Griffith, Nancy 48, 76, 77, 108
Griffith, Peggy 57
Griggs, Beverly 57
Grigsby, Jackie 52, 86
Grindstoff, Arlene 48, 77
Grischy, Dorothy 27, 48, 72, 79, 80
Grischy, Richard 16, 36, 70, 72, 74,
Gross, Rodney 27, 57, 92
Gross, Ruth 57
Hodden, Joyce 57, 87
Hole, Judy 48, 86
Holey, Cecile 36
Hall, Angelo 48, 96, 97
Hall, James 36, 70, 72, 76
Hall, Joan Yvonne 57, 79
Hall, La Verne 52, 108
Hamblin, Jerry 48
Hambrick, Carole A. 57, 108
Hombrick, William 48
Hamilton, Grant 57
Hamilton, Michael 48
Hamilton, Phil 10, 13, 36, 92, 95, 100,
Hammer, Jerry 57
Hampton, Bill 57
Hoppe, Bonnie Jean 36, 72, 74, 76, 77,
Harden, Dennis 57
Harden, Lorry 52, 92, 102, 105
Harden, Linda 57
Harden, Warren 10, 36, 71, 92, 95,
Hardy, Thelma A. 57
Hortke, Roger 16, 52, 84, 103
Harvey, Ruth 37, 87
Hosse, Robert 52
Hatfield, Del 52, 92, 96, 97, 98, 100,
Hutton, Darrell 57
Hotton, Lula E. 57, 86
Houck, Arleen 37, 87
Houenstein, Janet 57, 87
Hedges, Margaret 37
Hemingway, Ben 52
Henley, Jim 37, 78
Herold, Daisy Lee 52
Herold, Wilma J. 57
Herzog, Charlene 27, 57, 108
Hetteburg, George 48, 87, 102, 104
Hettel, Ricardo 52, 72, 77, 79, 80
Hewins, William 57
Hionce, Carol 14, 48, 85, 108, 111
Highchew, Bill 57, 92
Highfield, John 57
Hilbert, Joe 57
Hilge, Marilyn 57, 86
Hill, Carol 27, 52, 79, 84, 108
Hill, Louise 48, 80
Hill, Retto 17, 52, 72, 76, 77
Hindman, Nancy 6, 57, 108
Hinte, Pot 52, 86
Hodges, Bill 48
Hoffman, Carol 16, 57, 84, 108
Hoffstedder, George 52
Hogle, Peggy 57, 86
Holt, D010 57
Holzschuh, Arlene 52
Holzschuh, Dennis 10, 13, 30, 36, 37,
65, 92, 95, 102, 105
Hopkins, Ralph 52, 76, 105
Horn, John 48, 86
Horn, Marilyn 48, 86, 108
Hornsby, Joyce 48, 87
Hoskins, Billie Jo 57
Howard, Betty Sue 57, 108
Howard, Garry 52
Howard, Rebecca 57, 85, 108, 111
Howe, Beverly 57, 86, 108
Hronek, Patsy Ann 48, 87
Huffman, Frances 14, 48, 75, 86
Hughes, Alfred 57
Hunley, Rebeccc 48, 76, 79, 87, 108
Hurd, Ellis 48, 86
Hurd, Evo 37, 86
Hurd, Glen 57, 78
lngguls, La Verne 48, 72, 86, 89, 108,
109, 1 1 1
Jackson, Gwendelyn M. 57, 87
Jackson, Yvette 58, 87, 108
Jacobs, Linda Carol 58
Jennings, Pot 14, 48, 76, 87, 108,. 110
Johnson, Alvin 13, 37, 78
Johnson, Lizzie 58
Johnson, Rosalind 52, 72, 86
Johnson, Shirley 58
Johnson, Wondo 48
Jones, Billy 46, 48, 92, 102, 104, 105
Jones, Janet 58
Jones, Jerry 48, 92, 100
Jones, Lyle 48
Jourdan, Douglas 52
Julian, Donald 52
Julian, Jim 58, 72
Keen, Bill 37, 71, 75
Kew, Earl 48, 104, 105
Kew, Mary 52, 80, 108
King, Donald 11, 38
King, Louise 16, 52, 80, 85, 108, 111
King, Paul 38
King, Richard 48, 78, 100
King, Ruby 38, 65, 75, 85, 108, 111
King, Shirley 10, 11, 16, 17, 33, 34, 38,
39, 68, 71, 72, 74, 75, 82, 107,
King, Thomas 52
Kinghorn, Marilyn 52, 76, 79, 80, 108
Kinzer, Phyllis 38, 75
Klink, Wayne 38, 68, 78, 84
Knapp, William 27, 58, 78, 92, 105
Kneol, Myrna 52, 77, 80
Knock, Jack 58
Kohl, Harold 48
Kolp, Jimmy 48
Kreindler, Rita 13, 48, 72, 76, 80, 108,
Kroth, Worner 48
Kuntz, Carolyn 38
Kuntz, Gory 52, 78
Kyle, Edmund 38
Londers, Foy 58, 86, 108
Long, Geraldine 39
Long, Joan 39 ..
Long, Roberta 58'," 108
Long, Rosella 6, 58, 108
Lope, Arlene 12, 39, 71, 74, 75
Lope, Robert 58
Lee, Robert 52, 92, 100
Leigh, Wilson 27, 48, 102
Lepper, Christine 58, 85, 108, 111
Lepper, Edward 53
Lepper, Peggy 48, 108
Lewis, Alice 53
Lewis, Margaret 58, 86
Lewis, Sam 58, 87
Lewis, Sue 48
Lickert, Carol 1, 12, 27, 33, 39, 72,
Lienhardt, Richard 58
Liles, Walter 58
Little, John 39
Lively, Roger 53, 76
Lonoker, Betty 58
Losey, Frank 6, 12, 27, 53
Lovett, Charles 58
Lovett, Shirley 48
Lowe, Wondo 48, 77, 80, 87, 108,
1 10, 1 1 1
Lucas, Joann 53, 87
Luke, Georgiana 39, 74, 84
Lundrigcm, Edith 4, 39, 80
Lundrigcm, Patricia 4, 52
Lusher, Alfred 53
Lutz, Ralph 53
Lynn, Joe 48, 102, 103, 105
Lytle, Jack 39
McClain, LoMont 58, 86
McClung, Donna 39, 108
McFeeno, Patricio 53
McGoho, Wayne 48, 78, 84
McGill, Clyde 49, 50, 78
McGill, Corby 49
McIntosh, Don 58
McIntosh, Elizabeth 53, 76, 77, 108
McIntosh, Esther, 58
McIntosh, Margie 39
McIntosh, Pat 6, 58
McIntosh, Richard 40, 70
McIntosh, Roy 49
McIntosh, Walter 40
McKee, Betty 40
McKenzie, Jerry 58
McMahon, William 53
McMoth, Jack 49
McNoy, Frank 53
Meier, Barbara 58
Mollery, Georgia 49, 86, 108, 110, 111
Mallery, Patricio 53, 77, 87
Monyet, Toni 11, 16, 27, 49, 75, 87,
Martin, Dixie 449
Martin, Lee 53
Martin, Pat 58
Martin, Ruth 58, 80
Martin, William 40
Martinelli, Tom 40
Mason, Billie 49
Moybury, Alfred 53
Metheringhom, Carol 53, 75, 86
Meyer, Suzanne 58, 108
Miller, Howard 58, 92
Miller, James 49
Miller, Linda 53, 76, 84, 108
Mitchell, Carole 53, 86, 108, 110
Mitchell, Dionne 58, 108
Mittendorf, William 53, 72, 79, 80
Mockbee, Dale 40
Moore, Joseph 16, 49, 78, 80
Moore, Patricia 49, 87
core, Thurman 53
Morgan, Ruth 49, 77, 86
Morgan, Shirley 40
Morris, Carolyn 58, 87
Morris, Edward 49, 92, 100, 105
Morris, Wanda 49, 77
Morton, Audrey 53, 76, 77, 108, 109
Mosley, Ann 53, 76, 77, 86, 108, 109
Mullins, Glenna 27, 53, 77
Mullins, Joyce 53, 76, 108
Mullins, Moe 58
Murphy, James 58, 92
Murray, Darrell 58
Murray, Mary 58
Musgrove, Ralph 6, 58, 87
Myers, Kathy 58, 72, 86, 107, 108
Myers, Lawrence 59
Myers, Suzanne 53, 86, 107, 111
Neal, Betty 40, 80, 86, 107, 111
Neal, Pauline 15, 49, 108
Neal, Robert 59, 104
Nelson, Donno 59, 80
Nieder, George 6, 59, 78
Noble, Outney 59
Nolan, Dixie 59
Noonon, Richard 41
Oak, David 59
Obermeyer, Mary 49, 72, 79, 80
Oliver, Josephine 5, 41
Ortlieb, Carol 41, 65, 74, 84
Owens, Donna 59, 84
Pabst, Garry 41, 92, 95, 105
Pongburn, Donald 53
Payne, John 49
Pelfry, William 53, 92, 103
Pelgen, Barbara 41
Pelgen, James 59
Paper, Barry 41, 65, 75, 78, 104, 105
Peterson, William 59
Petry, Margo 59
Pferrmon, Geneva 59
Phelps, Vera 41, 71
P199, Kenny 53, 100
Pittman, Dennis 49, 92
Plogokis, Ronald 59
Points, Daniel 27, 53, 80, 92, 96, 103,
Pollitt, Jean 41
Pomeroy, Mary 53, 86
Poole, Bonnie 27, 36, 41, 42, 46, 75,
108, 109, 111
Porter, Ruth 77
Powers, Gordon 49
Poynter, Yvonne 59, 86, 108
Price, Donald 4, 53
Pruiett, James 53, 92
Puckett, Dolores 59, 108
Pugh, Patrick 59
Quigley, William 5, 59, 92, 104
Quinn, Roy 41
Rocke, Charles 59
Roder, Thomas 59
Raleigh, Robert 42
Rankin, Mary Lou 59, 87
Ratliff, Donald 42, 92, 95, 105
Ratliff, Sue 53, 80, 84
Reder, Babe 42, 74, 108
Reed, Patti 42, 84
Reed, Thomas 49
Reinfelder, Carolyn 59
Revel, Barbara 42, 74
Reis, Iva 53, 76, 79, 80, 108, 109
Relly, Diana 59, 79, 108
Reynolds, Harold 59
Reynolds, Kenneth 42, 74, 96
Reynolds, Marilyn 53, 86
Richard, Mary Jo 59, 108
Ries, Mary Ann 53, 72, 84
Riffe, Kenneth 59
Ripberger, Richard 59
Robinson, Elery 59, 108
Rogers, Carolyn 59
Rothe, Evo 59, 108
Rothe, Stanley 42
Rottinghaus, Jerilyn 53, 76, 86, 108
Rowe, David 59
Ruddick, Susan 59, 84
Ruddick, William 27, 49, 78
Rush, Ernestine 1, 11, 27, 33, 42, 72,
Rush, George 27, 42, 74, 92, 95, 96,
97, 100, 105
Rush, Jerry 53, 80
Said, Clifford 42
Sondfoss, Joyce 49, 80, 87
Sonsom, Carol 53
Sonsom, Ronald 43, 100
Sonzenbacker, Jerry 59, 78
Souerwin, Patsy 53, 87, 108
Schorstein, Victor 59, 92, 103
Scheidel, Cecilio 5, 43, 74
Schiller, Robert 11, 43
Schloke, David 49
Schloke, Ruth 53, 85, 108, 111
Schneider, Donald 43, 92, 95, 102, 105
Schneider, Donna 43
Scholl, Edward 53
Schoo, LeRoy 59, 78, 92
Schultz, John 59
Schultz, Stella 54, 77, 86, 108, 110,
1 1 1
Schweitzer, James 59
Scott, Jerald 54
Scott, Joan 49, 80, 86
Sebastian, James 54
Sebastian, Mamie 4, 74
Seibert, Sally 60, 84, 107, 108, 111
Seifried, Roger 54, 103
Sellers, Mary 54, 103
Sensel, Irwin 43
Shockleford, Earl 49, 96
Shockleford, Elwood 49, 96
Sharp, Louis 60
Sharp, Verona 43, 74, 108
Shay, Martha 16, 54, 80, 84, 108
Shay, Mary E. 28, 43, 65, 80, 85
Sheets, Judy 54, 79, 86
Shields, Robert 60, 92
Short, Marion 60, 76
Short, Mary 54
Sibrel, Harry 60
Siebert, Carole 16, 54, 80, 85, 108,
1 1 1
Simms, Barbara 54, 76, 108
Simms, Mary 60, 108
Simpson, Tommy 54, 92, 103
Sipe, Sharon 5, 49, 85
Slack, John 49, 92, 95, 105
Slack, Margie 54, 108
Slovens, John 60
Smith, Alb'ert 60
Smith, Anna Moe 54
Smith, Bill 44
Smith, Charlene 60, 108
Smith, Edward 60
Smith, Dick 44
Smith, Gory 54
Smith, Harold 60
Smith, Horry 27, 54
Smith, John 60
Smith, Martha 60, 76, 87
Smith, Jay 60
Smith, Vincent 60, 61, 72, 79
Snyder, Peggy 49, 77, 86
Sparks, Juanita 54, 87
Spicer, George 49
Sporing, Myrna 47, 72, 76, 108, 109
Sprogue, Corolyn 60, 79
Sprong, Russell 54
Sprott, Arthur 60
Stamper, Corol 60
Stephohy, Lawrence 49
Stephenson, Kenneth 60
Steven, Thomas 60
Stidhom, Linda 60
Stormer, Stuart 54, 100
Story, Dwoin 54
Stowers, Wanda 60, 86', 108
Strange, Betty 49, 86
Strobel, Sherrie 44, 69, 74, 75, 80, 86,
108, 109, 111
Strunk, Harold 60, 92, 104
Stuart, Anne 54, 80, 108, 109
Stubbs, Robert 54
Stucker, Carol 54, 80, 84
Stull, Benjamin 54, 92, 103
Surrey, Donna 6, 60, 87, 108
Sutton, Betty 54
Swank, Gwen 49, 72, 80, 87, 108
Switzer, Kenneth 49
Talbot, Wilbur 60
Teal, Joyce 44
Thocker, James 60
Thomason, Jacqueline 17, 54, 80, 108
Thompson, Don 54
Thompson, Donna 49, 86
Thompson, Richard 44
Tignor, Joe 60
Tilford, Carl 60, 84, 103, 105
Toler, Lorene 60
Toler, Ruth 60
Tomlin, Charles 60
Trent, Mary Lou 44
Troendle, Bonito 49, 87
Tully, Jerry 54
Turner, Asbury 49
Turner, Cecil 44, 65, 92, 102, 105
Turner, Clarence 46, 49, 93, 95, 96, 97,
98, 99, 105
Turner, David 49
Turner, Jack 49
Turner, John 44, 69, 92, 93, 94, 95,
96, 97, 98, 99, 105
Turner, Kathleen 60, 87
Turner, Laura 49
Turner, Robert 54
Turner, Roscoe 54
Turner, Virginia 50
Turner, William 60
Tuttle, Pot 72
Utz, Ronnie 50
V011, Dorothy 44, 70, 108
Vories, Richard 5, 50, 96, 97, 98, 99,
Vulhop, Ethel 60, 86, 108
Waddle, Linda 11, 16, 50, 75, 107, 108
Wade, Bonnie 60
Wade, Inez 50, 77
Wagner, Carolyn 60, 108
Wohlbrink, Martha 12, 28, 34, 39, 44,
67, 72, 74, 85, 108, 109, 111
Wallace, John 50, 78, 87, 105
Wallace Richard 54, 92, 103, 105
Waller, Richard 45
Woltermon, Donald 61
Walters, Robert 61, 78, 92
Wonder, Elaine 17, 50, 72, 76, 80,
Wornke, Leroy 61
Wosser, Carol 16, 50, 79, 80, 85
Watkins, Lowe 50
Watson, Betty 54, 76, 77
Watson, Earl 61
Watson, Leroy 61
Weaver, Leroy 50, 79, 80
Weaver, Nancy 61, 108
Webster, Bill 7, 54
Webster, Pet 54, 79, 86
Wechbock, Evelyn 61, 79, 108
Weiner, Joon 13, 50, 85
Welder, Carol 10, 11, 16, 54, 107, 108
Wessling, Leroy 61
Whitford, Barbara 61, 80
Whitford, Dottie 54, 8O
Whittaker, Barbara 61, 108
Whittaker, Roy 61, 92
Wiggins, Dione 54, 86
Williams, John 61, 92
Willoughby, Donna 15, 45, 75, 76, 80,
Wilson, Bernito 61, 87
Wilson, Beverly 3, 50, 80, 108
Wilson, Eloine 50, 86
Wilson, James 54, 61, 78, 84
Wilson, Lorry 61
Wilson, Ronald 61
Witt, Carol 54, 87
Witte, Patricio 50, 79, 86
Wohrley, Frank 61, 72, 79, 80
Wolf, Kay 61, 108
Woodall, Norma 50
Woodward, Marilyn 45, 72, 74, 80, 82,
87, 108, 111
Wooten, Billy 54
Worthington, Garnet 61, 72, 79, 86
Yeager, Clifford 61
Yeager, Ronald 45
Yelton, Donna 27, 50, 77
Ziegler, Jackie 54, 85, 108, 111
Ziegler, Tom 61
Zinser, Christine 33, 45, 61, 72, 74, 80,
Zion, Jimmy 50 84
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