Newport High School - Newportian Yearbook (Newport, KY)
- Class of 1958
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Each year in the future, as in the past,
hundreds of students will graduate
from "Newport High School."
Day after day the doors open to
students who come to learn how to
improve themselves by bettering
their character and also to use their high
school education as a basis for
foundation for their future.
Many of the "Commercial" students go
to work immediately after graduation,
for they have been well-trained
for office work and need no further
education for this vocation.
The "Academic" and "scientific" courses
prepare the students for further
education in college. These courses
cover a wide margin of vocations, such
as engineering, teaching, chemistry, etc.
ln order to introduce you to the different
phases of life at Newport High
School, the 1958 Newportian
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in ihe arms of Morpheus.
Earl Watson and Rita Kreindler
Teachers are approached with new
questions and ideas each day in and
outside of the classrooms. Some may
be asked to tell about themselves or
explain a problem in Geometry or
Physics, to help insert a zipper, or ever
to help a student with a personal prob'
Yes, teachers are like everyone else.
They have interests and hobbies just as
the businessman or the ordinary house-
wife. It's true that some of them may
have to "get on your heels" to get you
to do your studies sometimes, but who
is benefiting from it? lt's for sure it's
not they, for they already know what
they're trying to teach and make you
Each class has its own advisor, which
is by no means easy for the teacher
placed with this responsibility.
Get acquainted with these prospective
friends by OPENING THE DOOR . . .
Above, Seated: Walter G. Melching, president, and Anderson D. Owens, Secretary
of Board of Education. Standing: Carl H. Ebert, vice president, Victor H. Brown,
Francis H. Herzog, and Albert T. King.
BOARD OF -EDUCATION
The Board ot Education, an elective, civic group which serves
without pay, works with Dr. Owens on the administrative prob-
lems of Newport's public school system. They are maintaining
a building program to give us modern, progressive schools, and
a good academic program to give us what we really need to
know in order to go to college and make a success of life.
Left: Dr. Anderson D. Owens, superintendent of Newport public schools for the
past 32 years, is constantly alert to the ever growing needs of the youth of today.
Mr. James lee Cobb, A.B., B.S., M.A.
Principal of Newport High School since
1933. Attended Georgetown College and
University ot Cincinnati. Unseltish, loyal,
honest, and a true believer in fair play
are characteristics of our principal. His
main hobbies are his farm and "Butch,"
a fine bird dog
Principal IS devoted to Newport High
Assistant Principal takes pride in work
Mrs Katherine E Warren BS
Assistant Principal Attended University
of Cincinnati and Ohio State University ln
addition to her many duties as assistant
principal and Dean of lunlor and senior
girls Miss Warren is also treasurer of the
activity fund Her hobbies are collecting
Humrnels photography and travel
Miss Katherine E. Warren, Dean of Junior and Senior Girls.
Left: Junior and Senior girls
they return to school. ln h
who miss school must report to Miss Warren when
er capacity as Dean, she also counsels these upper-
class girls and helps the Seniors. who plan to go further in school, to select
a college. She is truly a friend to all the girls.
Mrs. Margaret McKenna, Dean of Underclass Girls.
Above: Records of underclass girls' absences and
Mr. John Collins, Dean of
Above: Mr. Collins keeps
and a file of their excuses.
report to Mr, Collins. upon
slip must be signed by ev
a complete record of absences of all our boys
All boys who are absent for any period of time
returning to school, for their readmission slip, This
ery teacher whose class the boy missed.
tardies are kept by Mrs. McKenna. She also serves
as counselor for these girls.
Mr. George Painter, Director of Pupil Personnel.
Right: The cluties of Mr. Painter are many and
varied. Mostly lie is concerned with keeping an
attendance recorrl for every boy and girl in the
Newport Public School System.
Faculty imparts Ideas
MR STANLEY ARNZEN BS
Attended Morehead State Teachers College Unnversuty of Clnclnnatl Teaches
Physucal Education Co sponsor of NClub Head Basketball Coach and Head
MR HOWARD BARNETT B S
Attended Unlversnty of Kentucky Unuverslty of Cnncunnatu Taylor Unlver
stty Teaches Chemnstry Sponsors Buble Club Bowllng Club Golf Team and
MR EDWIN K BURTON BS ME
Attended PBCITIC Unuversuty Xavuer Umverslty Teaches Mechanxcal Draw
mg Track Coach Assnstant Football and Basketball Coach
MISS MARY LEE CALDWELL AB MA
Attended Transylvanra College Umversnty of Kentucky Teaches Englnsh
Sponsors Sensor Class
MISS EVALYN COLLIVER AB
Attended Georgetown College Columbna Umversuty Teaches Spanush
MISS BERNICE CULBERTSON BS
Attended Unnversnty of Crncnnnatu Teaches Commercual Sublects Sponsors
Busuness Honor Socnety
MRS GLADYS GARNER AB
Attended Transylvama College Unlversnty of Chncago Teaches Clvucs Hts
tory and Busuness Economucs
MISS JOANN GEVERTS BS
Attended Unlversuty of Cuncnnnatu Teaches Home Economncs Sponsors Jun
MISS GYPSY M GRAY BS
Attended Unlverslty of Cuncunnatl Columbna Umversuty Teaches Comnercual
MR LYLE HAGGARD AB
Attended Transylvanna College Uruversuty l Cnncmnatn C se lnstntute I
Technology Teaches Physlcs Algebra Sponsors Vrsual Ads
Faculty lnsplres those
MR STEELE HARMON AB
Attended Centre College Teaches ry World Htstory an
Cnvtcs Assastant Football Coach and ns
MISS RUTH E HARRIS BS
Attended Umversuty of Kentucky Teaches Home Economucs
MISS SYLVIA HARRISON BA
Attended Leeds Unuverslty England Teaches Englash and Latln Sponsors
Pen Pal Club
MISS MARY JO KUTH BA
Attended Mlarm Unxverslty Asbury College Teaches Amertcan Hustory
World Hlstory and Business Economucs
MR HAROLD LOXLEY AB BS
Attended Unlversuty of Cnncunnatl Deftance Unlversaty Teaches Biology and
MR ROBERT C MILLER BS
Attended Untversuty of Cuncmnatt Mlamt Unuverstty Unuversuty of Kentucky
Teaches Scnence and Psychology Co sponsor of N Club Head Football Coach
MISS MARY ELIZABETH MORRIS AB BLS
Attended Western College for Women Columbna Umversrty Lnbrarlan Spon
sors Llbrary Staff
MISS .IEANNETTE OWENS AB
Attended Transylvanla College Teaches General Science and Health
MRS ODESSA PARKER BS
Attended Unlverstty of Cunclnnat: Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College
MRS LEILA M PEAK AB
Attended Unuon College Unuversnty of Kentucky Teaches Mathematlcs
Sponsors NEWPORTER and NEWPORTIAN
whom they teach
MISS JANICE C ROBBINS BM
Attended Cnnctnnatt College of Musuc Teaches Chorus Sponsors Kappa Phu
MR ARNOLD ROBERTS AB
Attended Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College Umverstty of Kentucky
MISS ELLA STONE SPENCER AB ME
Attended Kentucky Wesleyan Unuversuty of Kentucky Untversnty of Cm
ctnnatt Teaches Engltsh Sponsors Future Teachers of Amertca
MISS LOIS TANNER BS
Attended Untversuty of Cnncmnatt Teaches Engltsh Busuness Englnsh Spon
sors Walden Club
MISS MARY TANNER BS
Attended Unnver tty of Ctncnnnatn Teaches Commercual Sublects Sponsors
Natnonal Honor Soclety
MRS NORMA TANNER AB
Attended Morehead State Teachers College Unnverslty of Kentucky Untver
MR JAMES T VEST BS
Attended Western Kentucky State Teachers College Teaches Htstory Sctence
Freshman Basketball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach
Mn non: wAucsn AB so KS"--' goo-4.PL...,
Attended Transylvanta College College of the Buble Teaches Industrial Arts
Mass June a wesr AB, 5 hf IJ
Attended Western Kentucky State ToachersxCoIlege Kentucky Wesleyan
Untversuty of Kentucky Teaches Englush Sponsors Debate Club
MRS LORENA WETZEL BA
Attended Vtrgtnua lntermont College Untverstty of Vurguma Hollnns CoHege
Umversuty of Cmctnnats Teaches Mathematlcs
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MR. FRED WILCOXON, B.S., B.M.
Attended Philadelphia Conservatory of Music. Teaches Instrumental Music
Directs High School Band.
MISS ALICE WITTERIED, B.S.
Attended University of Cincinnati. Teaches Commercial Subiects.
MRS. GEN BOHLINGER
Secretary, Attendance Department.
MISS LILLIAN GILB
Secretary, High School Principal.
MRS. NINONA KEW
Secretary, Board of Education.
MRS. MARY L. MASON
Secretary, Superintendent of Newport Schools.
MISS MATTIE PHILLIPS
MR. FRED MOEVES, 8.5.
Attended University of Cincinnati. Teaches Civics and Selling.
Right: Gen Bohlinger, Lillian Gilb, and
Mary Lou Mason, secretaries, examine Mr.
Painter's new '58 DeSoto.
Row 1: Glenna Mullins, Roberta Lang, Janet Hauenstine, Mary Derrick,
Susan Ruddick, Judy Thomas, Gloria Denny, Carol Kemper, and Mr.
Howard Barnett. Row 2: Donna Yelton, Don Thompson, Anne Stewart,
Alvin Britsch, Mike Stull, Carol Hill, Jerry Jones, Peggy Lepper, and
Student CouncH governs
Student Council, comprised of one representative and
one alternate from each home room, is an important
part of lite at N.H.S. Led by President Jerry Jones, Vice
President Asbury Turner, Secretary Mary Derrick, and
Faculty Advisor Mr. Howard Barnett, the Council mem-
bers have worked hard all year. Their most important
proiects included collecting money to buy toys for needy
children at Christmas time, decorating the Christmas tree
at the main entrance ot our school building, collecting
funds for the Junior Red Cross, and filling Red Cross
boxes with school supplies and personal items for needy
This year, for the tirst time, the Student Council
adopted a Constitution. Written by the Council mem-
bers themselves, the Constitution states the high ideals
which the Council upholds.
Right: levy Jones, presdent Carol R. Hll Arne Stuart, and LaMont
'fgigin cleccyating contmttee from the Student Couitiil, put the fin-
snirg tocches on the Christmas tree.
Frank Burris. Row 3: Judy Nugent, Rodney Gross, Bill Knapp, Gary
Belcher, Hal Smith, Asbury Turner, Ralph Hopkins, Lois Berkmeyer, and
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For The pasT Tour years, The presenT
Seniors of NewporT High School have
been busy wiTh Their sTudies and acTive
wiTh Their many ouTside acTiviTies, clubs,
and class proiecTs, Probably The biggesT
proiecT for The Class of '58 was The New-
porTian, of which They're very proud.
This year, as every oTher, The Juniors
sponsored The annual Junior-Senior Prom,
earning Their money To help pay for iT
by special proiecTs.
The Juniors did noT receive Their rings
This pasT ChrisTmas as The classes before
Them have. InsTead, everyone voTed on
a class ring, and The Board of EducaTion
chose beTween The Two which received
The highesf number of voTes, To remain
as a sTandard ring.
UnTiI This pasT year The Sophomores
have been, more or less, "The in-
beTweens" oT N,H.S., for They are noT
responsible Tor anyfhing as The upper
classmen are. BuT This year each home
room elecTed oTTicers To represenT Them
in diTTerenT proiecTs and acTiv'Ties which
concerned Their class.
EveryThing was new and fabulous To
The Freshman, who were enTering New-
porT High Tor Their TirsT Time. Especially
The TacT ThaT They didn'T remain wiTh
one class all day as was done in Junior
High. Each sTudenT has his own schedule
which may be someThing like his besT
friends buT is diTT'erenT in some ways.
The idea of going To each class wiTh dif-
TerenT people gives The Freshman a feel-
ing of responsibiliTy and makes him feel
ThaT he's on hisown.
Turn The page and see how The NEW-
PORTIAN has OPENED THE DOOR . . .
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Since the Seniors of 1958 entered as Freshmen at Newport High,
only 130 out of the starting 245 left with the piece of paper which
means so much to all young people today, a high school diploma. The
1.,g class entertained in many assemblies but their biggest production was
5 M - N . the Senior Class Play - "Meet Me In St. Louis."
Qs, fi 1 Just as each senior class before them, they tried to get used to
6'-,A the idea that they were doing everything for the last time. To help
. W it them remember their Alma Mater, some worked hard all year on the
pk Q, Newportian, displaying pictures that bring back memories.
-4 M, -fag I . They each made their final appearances in sports and assemblies
I . 1 but the very last one was graduation night, when they officially became
X 1 "graduates of Newport Highl"
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A 9 S SE N I O R S
Miss Mary Lee Caldwell, Class Advisor
Adams, Gordon Owen "Gordie"
Academic JU. 1-1333
336 East Second Street
Track 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3.
Beazley, Jacqueline Gay "Jackie"
Academic CO. 1-2030
518 Lexington Avenue
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Alter-
nate 4, Spanish Club 3, Assem-
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Ader, Shirley Irene "Shirl"
Commercial AX. 1-6737
633 East Third Street
Western Hills 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2,
Asembly 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4,
Bus. Honor Society 3, 4.
Bell, Judith Ann "Judy"
Commercial HI, 1-4498
105 Walnut Street, Southgate
Band 1, 2, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Nat. Honor So-
ciety 4, Bus. Honor Society 4.
Albice, Barbara Jean "Barb"
Commercial AX. I-6696
509 East Second Street
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 3,
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel
2, 3, 4, Visual Aids 3, NEW-
PORTER 3, NEWPORTIAN 4,
Bowles, Rhodes Arthur "Audie"
31 West Eighth Street
Nat. Honor Society 3, 4.
Arthur, Freddy Paul
Academic JU. 1-4438
32 East Fourth Street
Annual Staff 1, 2, 4, NEW-
PORTER 1, 2, 4, Student Coun-
cil 2, Visual Aids 1, 2, Bowling
Club 1, 2, 4, Rifle Club 1,
Silver Grove 3, Skating Club
2, Science Club 1, Golf Club 1.
Boyd, Wm. Thomas "Wild Bill"
Scientific CO. 1-9300
523 East Second Street
Bowling Club 1, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3, Golf Club 3, Assem-
bly 2, 3, 4, Senior class play.
Baumbach, Judith Ann "Judy"
Commercial JU. 1-5424
125 West Eighth Street
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2,
3, Walden Club 1, Assembly
2, 3, 4.
Bradbury, Betty louise "Buttons"
Commercial HE. 1-3792
1112 Patterson Street
Walden Club 1, G.A..A. 1, 2,
3, 4, Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4, As-
sembly 2, 3, 4, Student Council
Alternate 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3,
Office Staff 3, Bus. Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4,
Dance Club 3, Pep Club 4.
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Brady, Ernie "Buck"
208 Kentucky Drive
Football l, 4, Basketball l, 2,
3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, "N"
Club 3, 4, Student Council 3.
Bresnauer, Bonnie Joy "Jake"
JU. l-l43l Commercial AX. l-1812
6l5 East Sixth Street
Chorus l, 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, NEW-
PORTER 3, Assembly 4, Min-
strel A, Senior class play.
Canada, Ann Marie
Commercial JU. l-7333
IO36 York Street
Chorus l, 2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2.
Daniels, Nancy Lee "Cookie"
827 Nork Street
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4,' Assembly
Crawford, Shirley Gail
Scientific AX. l-6l42
Dameron, Jay Edwin
2lo West Tenth Street Scientific CO. P9942 2, 3,
51 Nineteenth Street
Basketball l, Visual Aids 2,
Bible Club 3, 4, Assembly 3,
A, Swimming Team 4.
Chorus l, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4.
Chandler, Nora Lynne "Bambi"
Academic JU. l-3914
lO Laycock Lane
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club
l, 2, 3, Minstrel 2, 3, G.A.A. l.
Deaton, Lucile "Lou"
Scientific HE. 1,7862
33l Elm Street
Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Pen Pal
Club 2, Walden Club 2, Chorus
2, Honor Society 3, 4.
Below: Swing music tor the Senior Assembly was furnished by Kenneth Switzer, trombone, Ralph
Fogle, saxophone, Wayne McGaha, drums, Bill Boyd, bass, and Shirley Ader, piano.
Combs, Beulah Jean "Jean"
Commercial AX. l-9735
2l5 Lewis Street
Maiorette l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
2, 3, 4, Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4,
F.T.A. l, Assembly 2, 3, A,
Walden Club l, Skating Club 3,
Scientific JU. P6967
826 Overton Street
Honor Society 3, 4.
Edwards, Patricia Faye "Pat"
Commercial HE. 1-4672
46 Seventeenth Street
Chorus 1, 2, Majorette 2, Min-
116 West Seventh Street
G.A,A. 1, 3, Library Staff 2, 3,
4, Pen Pal 2, 3, Chorus 2, As-
sembly 3, 4, Walden Club 2,
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Egan, Judith Ann "Judy"
Academic CO. 1-4725
644 Oak Street
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, NEWPORTER
Ewing, Nancy Ann "Nan"
245 Peter G. Noll Homes
Chorus 1, 2.
Derrick, Mary larila "Pete"
Commercial HE. 1-7255
935 Patterson Street
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 1, 2,
3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, As-
sembly 3, 4, Office Staff 3, 4,
Dance Club 3, Student Council
Drake, Sylvia Hope
General CO. 1-7132
646 Oak Street
G.A.A. 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Donnelly, Daniel Wayne
1014 Vine Street
Swimming Team 3 4: "N"
111 Electric Ave., Southgate
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly
2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Minstrel
2, 4, Skating Club 2, 3.
Ebert, Carol Ann
Erpenbeck, Kenneth "Pasternak"
Commercial AX. 1-5773
39 East Fourteenth Street
Eggleston, Marilynn Joy
Scientific HE. 1-4999
46 Fifteenth Street
Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Pen Pal 1, Chorus 2,
NEWPORTER Staff 2, 3, 4,
Honor Society 3, 4.
Ferguson, Elfie Gene
Commercial JU. 1-4882
137 Peter G. Noll Homes
Elkins, Jerome L.
Commercial HI. 1-6925
21 Miller Street
137 Peter G. Noll Homes
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Class Secretary 3, Senior Class
Vice President 4, Bowling Club
Fogle, Ralph C. "Tex"
Academic HE. 1-3296
632 Washington Avenue
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 1, 4,
Visual Aids 2, 3, Assembly 3,
4, Safety Club 3, 4, Science
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Frederick, Janet Ellen "Fred"
Commercial HE. l-7228
20 Parkview Ave., S. Newport
Chorus l, 2, Assembly 2, G.A.A.
l, Senior class play,
Griffith, Nancy Ruth
Commercial JU. 1,7607
3O West Seventh Street
G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2,
Walden Club l, Bible Club
l, 2, 3, 4, NEWPORTER 2, 3, A,
Library Staff 3, 4.
Glacken, Ella Lou "El"
Commercial CO. l OO96
ll6 West Eighth Street
Chorus 2, 3.
Grindstaff, Arlene "Shorty
424 Keturah Street
G,A.A. l, Bible Clu
Hale, Judith Ann "Jutes"
Grischy, Dorothy Jane "Muffet"
Scientific JU. l-i428
513 York Street
Bellevue l, 2, Walden Club 3.
4, NEWPORTER 3, 4, safety
Club 3, 4, Pi Epsilon Pi 3, A,
Pep Club 4,
Hamilton, Michael lee "Mike"
Academic HE. 11254
2l West Fourteenth Street
Commercial CO. l-I638
ll6 East Eighth Street
G.A.A. l, 2, Chorus l, 2, 3,
NEWPORTER 2, Assembly 2, 3,
A, Skating Club 2, Tennis Club
3, NEWPORTIAN 4.
Hetteburg, Geo. Richard "Yatz"
Academic AX. lfl703
630 Overton Street
Track 2, A, Assembly 2, 3, J,
Swimming Team 2, 3, Chorus 3.
Scientific JU. l-7 O7
30 West Seventh Street
etball i, 2, , .
Hiance, Carol Jean "Shorty
Commercial JU. l-2 39
7l5 Maple Avenue
. .A. l, , , ,C , ,
, aiorette l, , , , in'
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, 4, Dance Club ,
Hamblin Jerry lee
22 East Ridge Road
'ual Aids 2, 3, ,
Hill, Louise Mae "Weez"
412 Monmouth Street
. .A. , Bible u , ,
torus 2, Rating Club 2, ,
Tennis Club 3.
Hambrick, William Ronald " "
Scientific CO. l-7638
36 Booker T. Washington Center
Horn, John Anthony
Commercial . -2883
202 East Southgate Street
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Horn, Marilyn Ann "Men"
Commercial HI. I-6033
I39 Center Street, Southgate
G.A.A. I, 3, Chorus 2, 3.
lngguls, LaVerne Marie "Vernie"
Commercial AX. I-9519
320 Columbia Street
Lincoln Grant l, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 2, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Skat-
ing Club 2, Dance Club 3, Ten-
nis Club 3, Pep Club 4, NEW-
PORTER Staff 3, 4.
Right: PB? Jenn ngs wears a sign which
snows her portraying the Baker from
tne nursery rhyme. Mr. Harmon holds her
Hornsby, Joyce Fern
Commercial JU. I-2341
230 West Seventh Street
Jennings, Patricia Ann "Dimples"
Commercial AX. I-7655
340 Thornton Street
Bible Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2,
3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Assembly 3,
4, Business Honor Society 3, 4,
NEWPORTER 4, Pi Epsilon Pi 3,
4, Spanish Club l, 2.
Hronek, Patsy Ann "Pat"
Commercial HE. I-3657
'II David Court
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2,
Jones, William Lee "Billy"
Academic AX. l'2l36
802 Isabella Street
Football I, 2, 4, Basketball I, 2,
Track 'l, 2, 3, 4, Class President
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Huffman, Frances lee "Fran"
Commercial JU. I-4588
725 Central Avenue
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Student Council
2, Assembly 2, 3, Chorus 3,
Skating Club 2, Girls' State 3,
Office Assistant 3, 4, Bus. Honor
Society 3, 4, Pi Epsilon Pi 3, 4,
Pep Club 4, NEWPORTIAN 4,
Jones, Jerry Wayne
Scientific AX. l-2l36
802 Isabella Street
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2,
3, 4, Visual Aids 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball Mgr, 2, Science Club 2,
Student Council 2, 4.
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Hunley, Rebecca lee "Becky"
33l West l'Ith Street
Chorus l, 2, 3, G.A.A. 'I, 2, 3
Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Pen Pal
Club 3, Assembly 3, NEWPORT
IAN 4, NEWPORTER 4, T.A,B
Jones, Lyle Vernon "Lousy"
3l5 West Eighth Street
Basketball 'I, Football Mgr. 2
"N" Club 2.
Ee 15 3
2 I O
Kew, Earl "KewbaIl"
203 Ohio Avenue
Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Vis-
ual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4, Football
4, Science Club,1, 2, Latin As-
sembly 1, 2, "N" Club 3, 4.
Kreindler, Rita Faye "Rio Rita"
34 East Ninth Street
Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Sec-
retary 4, NEWPORTER 1, 2, 3,
Editor 4, Student Council 1,
Minstrel 2, 3, Chorus 2, Skating
Club 2, 3, Pep Club Captain 4,
NEWPORTIAN 4, Spanish Club
3, Business Honor Society 3,
Secretary 4, Honor Society 3,
4, Class Secretary 4, Assembly
King, Richard Lee "Dick"
Commercial JU. 1-4637
28 West Thirteenth Street
Bowling Club 1, 2, President 3,
4, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, "N"
Club 4, Golf Club 4.
Kroth, Warner lawrence
Scientific AX. 1-6845
113 Linden Avenue
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Kneal, Myrna Kae
Commercial HE. 1-8088
817 Monroe Street
G.A.A. 1, Skating Club 2, 3,
Chorus 2, Bible Club 2, 3, Ten-
nis Club 3.
Leigh, Wilson Delton
Scientific JU. 1-7976
635 Oak Street
Science Club 1, Track 1, 3, 4,
Football 1, Bible Club 3, Red
2, 3, 4, Senior class play.
Lovett, Shirley Ann
Commercial HE. 1-6646
322 West Fourth Street
Lyle, Norman E. "Poochie"
Comermcial JU. 1-0629
117 West Thirteenth Street
Football 1, 2.
Lowe, Wanda Maxine "Maxie"
Commercial JU. 1-1581
138 West Thirteenth Street
G.A.A. 1, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Bible Club 1, Skating Club 2, 3,
Tennis Club 3, Pep Club 4.
lynn, Joseph Warren "Taxie"
Scientific CO. 1-3562
602 Liberty Street
Basketball 1, 2, Track Mgr. 1, 2,
3, 4, "N" Club 3, Swimming
Team 3, 4.
Kohl, Harold Douglas "Hal"
5' .,.,. in 'Q
, ,Q 1.
Kolp, James Raymond ".Iim"
Academic CO. 1-9362 Scientific AX. 1-3311
528 Overton Street
lepper, Peggy Anna Mary "Peg"
56 Eighteenth Street
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Skating Club 2.
Commercial losey, Franklin Waller
844 York Street "Frivolous"
G.A.A. 1, Walden Club 1, Honor Academic HI. 1-8948
Society 3, 4.
2123 Linden Road
Basketball 1, Student Council 2,
Debate Club 4, Senior class
Right: Rita Kreindler fainted, when being
inspected by Franklin Losey, and Ralph Fogle
was the villain in a play, "And the Villain
Still Pursued Her."
McGill, Clyde Allen "Mac"
Commercial HE. l-6530
6l4 East Tenth Street
Bowling Club l, 2, 3, Football
Martin, Dixie Ann
Commercial AX. l-8557
941 York Street
G.A.A. l, Chorus 2, Safety Club
3, 4, Bible Club 4.
McGill, Corby Thomas "Corky"
Academic CO. I-6128
28 Seventeenth Street
Baseball 3, 4, Rifle Club 3.
Mason, Billie "Willy"
Commercial JU. l-3434
20 Summer Hill
G.A.A. l, 2, 4, Chorus l, 2, 4,
Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Minstrel l,
Skating Club 3, NEWPORTER 4,
NEWPORTIAN 4, Debate Club 4.
Mclntosh, Ray "Mac"
Scientific JU, l-7725
5l2 West Eighth Street
Menefee, Frank Allen
Academic HI. l-3641
Basketball l, 2, Track l, 2, 3, 4,
Mallery, Georgia Thomas
Commercial JU. l-7l29
801 Maple Avenue
Silver Grove l, 2, G.A.A. 3,
Bible Club 3, Pi Epsilon Pi 3,
President 4, Assembly 3, Chorus
3, Tennis Club 3.
Miller, James Everett "Eurett"
3l West Eighth Street
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Manyet, Mary Catherine "Toni"
Commercial HI. l-89l7
63 Gaddis Drive, Ft. Thomas
G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Vice President
4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Minstrel l,
2, 3, 4, Assembly 2, 3, 4, Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 4, Student Council
2, 3, Alternate 4, Office Staff
2, 3, 4, lce Skating Club 2,
Pep Club 4, Bus. Honor Society
3, President 4, Senior class play,
Moore, Joseph Francis "Joe"
Scientific CO. l-6379
lOl3 Ann Street
Student Council l, Basketball l,
Science Club 2, Debate Club 4,
Bowling Club 3, 4, Safety Club
3, Honor Society 4, Visual Aids
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Above: .lanet Frederick, candidate for Rotary Bowl Queen, is surrounded by Mr. Wilcoxon, band mem-
bers, and Maiorettes,
Moore, Patricia Gayle "Pat"
Commercial HE. l-8276
l5lO Kavanauglt St., Covington
Cl'1OruS l 2, 3 4, CS.A.A. l, 2,
Payne, John "Tank"
Scientific JU, l-9267
622 Monmouth Street
Morgan, Thelma Ruth "Ruthie"
Commercial CO. 1,5207
44 West Tltirteentlt Street
Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2,
Skating Club 2, Pi Epsilon Pi
3, 41, Bus. Honor Society 3, -1,
NEVVPORTER A, NEWPORUAN
4, T.A.B. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4.
Pittman, Chas, Denzel "Denny"
30 East Nintlt Street
Walden Club l, Football 2, 3.
Morris, Edward Calvin "Doc"
Academic HI, l-66-16
35 Ohio Avenue
Football l, 2, 3, -1, Baseball l,
2, 3, -1: Basketball l, 2.
Powers, Gordon Glenn "Kerby"
5Ol Elm Street
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Morris, Wanda Fay "Wandie"
Commercial AX. l-7724
7l3 Liberty Street
Witlwrow l, Bible Club 3, A,
Reed, Tom T. "Rock"
Commercial JU. i-884i
26 Nineteenth Street
Basketball l, 2, Track l.
Neal, Pauline "English Annie"
Commercial CO. l-8236
94l Columbia Street
Minstrel 2, 3, G,A.A. 3, Sen-
ior class play,
Rucldick, Wm. Rueben "Bill"
Scientific HE. 1,4196
208 West Thirteenth Street
Walden Club il, 2, Student
Council 2, 3, Bowling Club 3, A,
Visual Aids 3, Pi Epsilon Pi
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Turner, David "Crocker"
Academic JU. 1-2510
Vories, Richard Michael
Academic AX. 1-0617
115 Park Avenue
Chorus 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1,
2, 3, 4, "N" Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Class Treasurer 4.
Turner, Jack Ronald
Academic CO. 1-1699
23 West Ninth Street
Visual Aids 2, 3, 4.
Waddle, Linda Kaye
Commercial JU. 1-4842
2023 New Linden Road
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader
2, 3, 4, Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, Assembly 3, 4,
Bus. Honor Society 3, 4, Dance
Club 3, NEWPORTlAN 4.
Commercial AX. 1-2537
733 Central Avenue
Scientific HE. 1-4754
610 East Ninth Street
Student Council 1, Bible Club
3, Honor Society 3, 4.
Turner, Virginia lou "Ginny"
Commercial HE. 1-5256
710 Isabella Street
G.A.A. 1, 2, Bus. Honor Society
Wallace, John E. "Dog"
Academic CO, 1-8217
643 Linden Avenue
Chorus 3, Bowling 3, Senior
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Utz, Ronald Lee "Teddy Bear"
Academic JU. 1-8898
914 Liberty Street
Football 1, Swimming Team 1,
2, "N" Club 1, 2, Chorus 1, 3,
Bowling Club 4.
Wander, Elaine "Joe"
Commercial HE. 1-3190
837 Maple Avenue
G.A.A. 1, 2, Board 3, 4, NEW-
PORTER 1, 2, 4, Editor 3, Stu-
dent Council 2, Skating Club
2, 3, Chorus 2, Minstrel 2, 3,
4, Bus. Honor Society 3, Treas-
urer 4, Visual Aids 3, 4, Safety
Club 3, Honor Society 3, 4,
NEVVPORTIAN 3, Editor 4, Pep
Club 4, Assembly 2, 3, 4, Of-
fice Staff 4, Senior class play.
Weiner, Joan Pearl
Commercial JU. 1-7172
111 West Tenth Street
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 1,
2, 3, 4, Maiorette 1, 2, 3, Head
Majorette A, Chorus 1, 2, 3, As-
sembly 2, 3, Dance Club 3, Of-
fice Staff 4.
Woodall, Norma Jean
Commercial Hl. 1-6759
1167 Park Avenue
Chorus 1, 2, NEWPORTER 1, 2,
3, 4, G.A,A. 1, Assembly 3,
Honor Society 3, A, Bus, Honor
Society 3, 4.
Wilson, Beverly Jean "Bucky"
Commercial AX. 1-9674
626 East Ninth Street
G.A.A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Skating Club
2, 3, Assembly 3, 4, T.A,B. Club
3, 4, Pep Club 4.
Yelton, Donna Sue 'Susie"
Commercial JU. 1-8167
309 West Eighth Street
G,A.A. 1, 2, Bible Club 3, 4,
Student Council 3, 4, Honor
Society 3, 4, Bus. Honor Society
Wasser, Carol Ann "Wasser"
Academic AX. 1-7269
717 Maple Avenue
Maiorette 1, 2, 3, 11, Walden
Club 1, 2, 3, Minstrel 1, 2, 3,
Assembly 2, 4, Skating Club 3.
Watson, Betty "Red"
Scientific JU. 1-8102
517 West Ninth Street
Chorus 2, Bible Club 2, 3, A,
F.T.A. 3, 4, Spanish Club 3,
Library Staff 3, A.
Witte, Patricia Ann "Tootsie"
Commercial JU. 1-4925
605 Park Avenue
G.A.A. 1, 2, NEWPORTER 1,
Chorus 1, 2, Minstrel 1, Assem-
bly 2, Bus. Honor Society 3, 4,
Senior class play.
Zion, James Keith "Jim"
Academic JU. 1-A339
637 East Third Street
Band 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2,
Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4, Visual Aids
2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 2, 3, A
Co-Captain 4, Safety Club 3,
Safety Institute 4, Assembly
Scientific JU. 1-3368
510 West Sixth Street
Weaver, louis Leroy "Elvis"
Scientific AX. 1-1380
935 York Street
Walden Club 1, 2, 3, Student
Council 1, Minstrel 2, 3, Safety
Club 3, Safety Institute 3, Jr.
Safety Council 3, Youth Aid
Board 3, National Honor Society
3, 4, Bowling Club 4.
Below: Head Maiorette, Joan Weiner, twirls fire n a half
time performance at a football game.
Each year The Junior Class has
as iTs goal, The Junior-Senior Prom.
This year The Junior Class opened
The door To This goal by selling
red and black shakers, WildcaT li-
cense plafes and decals, candy,
sweat shirts, iackefs, and all-occa-
sion cards. The 150 members of
The class elecTed as Their officers,
Danny PoinTs, president Ted Dans:
berry, vice president Linda Miller,
Treasurer, and Ben STuIl, secreTary.
J U N I 0 R S Moss Joann GeverTs Junior Advisor
Teddy Dansberry vice presidem Linda Miller Treasurer Danny PoinTs president and Ben
Stull secretary Miss Joann Geverts advisor
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Darrell Hatton and Elaine Wander
After The firsT monTh or so of school,
The clubs and oTher organizaTions begin
To organize, Thus giving The sTudenTs a
chance To seTTle dovvn during The ex-
ciTemenT of The firsT fevv vveeks of
Before long, iusT as Things are geT-
Ting underway, everyone sTarTs prepar-
ing for The ChrisTmas holidays. All of
The TradiTional ChrisTmas fashions are
seen and heard aT NT-l.S,, including The
beauTiful ChrisTmas Tree decoraTed by
a commiTTee from The STudenT Council.
Soon The holidays are over and prepa-
raTion for The mid-Term examinaTions are
begun. Finally everyone breaThes a sigh
of relief, when The exams are over and
The second semesTer of The school year
The annual class play given by The
Seniors, is one of The firsT performances
for The second semesTer acTiviTies and is
followed by Two big evenTs, which are
held every yearfThe "Wild CaTs" in April
and The Junior-Senior Prom, which is
held in The early parT of May aT The
Roof Garden of The HoTel SheraTon Gib-
As The lasT of The year rolls around,
The seniors geT Their last look of all The
familiar every-day sighTs They have be-
come accusTomed To in The pasT four
years, and everyone prepares for sum-
But before leaving for summer vaca-
Tion, Take a look aT some of The memo-
ries of This year's evenTs and GPEN THE
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Above: A tense moment of silence was felt by
all lust before The Coronation of the Queen. The
Queen and her court were, left to right: Earl
Shackelford, Connie Bouras, Larry Harden, Do-
lores Bias, Ruby King, Bill Jones, Carol Ortlieb,
Richard Vories, Mary Ellen Shay, and Ken Erpen-
Above: An exciting moment which Queen Ruby King will always remember, was
when she was crowned Queen of the 1957 Prom by King Bill Jones. M A
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Above: Mary "Toni" Manyet, Queen 1958 Prom.
Left-Attendants: Linda Waddle, Janer Frederick,
Joan Weiner, and Mary "Pete" Derrick.
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Miss Mary L. Caldwell, Junior Class advisor, helps Ruby King Above: Punch was served to a tired but thirsty quartet on this exciting
and Connie Bouras before the Grand March. evening.
Below Mary Derrick asks Mrs JamesL Cobb to sign her book of memo Below Mr James L Cobb Principal center and Mr Francis Herzog
left have a brief conversation with Joan Weiner and John Ratliff
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H eet Me ln St. Louis" is presented by seniors
Below: "You mean I'm a Duchess?" says Tootie, Rita Kreindler, to
Grandpa, Frank Losey.
Bottom: Stagehand, Jim Kolp, mops up "water bombs" backstage while
director, Miss Janice Robbins, prompter, Lynn Chandler, and Grandpa,
Frank Losey, look on.
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Seated on floor: Rita Kreindler. Row 1:
Bonita Troendle, Tony Manyet, Bill Boyd,
Pauline Neal, and Pat Witte. Row 2: Miss
Janice Robbins, director, Bonnie Bresnauer,
Jerry Combs, Sharon Sipe, Franklin Losey,
Janet Fredericks, and Elaine Wander.
Row 3: Wayne Cummins, John Wallace,
Bill Keen, Asbury Turner, and Ken Switzer.
"Meet Me In St. Louis," a comedy in three acts,
dramatized by Christopher Sergel from Sally Benson's
book of the same name, tells the story of the Smiths,
an average family living in St. Louis in the early spring
of T904 at the time of the World's Fair.
When the four daughters in the Smith family learn
of their father's transfer to New York, they do every-
thing possible to keep from moving there.
After derailing a trolley, biting their father's boss'
leg, and drenching him with water, they manage to
convince Mr. Dodge, the boss, that Mr. Smith is needed
more in St. Louis than New York.
Naturally, as in every story, this one has a happy
ending. The Smiths stay in St. Louis and see the World's
Fair. Every girl gets her man!
Bresnauer: Tootie, Rita Kreindler.
Lon-Their son ..,....................,....,..............
Grandpa Prophater-Mrs. Smith's father .
Katie-The cook ......................................, .... .
Fred Gregory-Boy friend of Esther ..............
Lucille Pentard-A "Menace" from the East ..
Mr. Dodge-Mr. Smith's boss ..........................
Mr. Duffy-Who is up to no good ........,..,..
The Conductor .............,.....................
Their Daughters-Rose, Tony Manyet: Esther,
Mr. Smith-A St. Louis business man ............................,,,,............ Bill Boyd
Mrs. Smith-His wife .....,................................................,......... Pauline Neal
te: Agnes, Bonnie
Mrs. Waughop-A71 irate neighbor .......................... ....... B onita Troendle
lda Boothby-Home town girl in love with Lon ...... ......, E Iaine Wander
John Shepherd-Boy friend of Rose . ...,............,....., ............ B ill Keen
Right: Swallowing a chicken heart, Ester,
Pat Witte, solemnly vows "to marry the
next man I shake hands with" to Rose,
Toni Manyet, and Ida, Elaine Wander.
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John Wallace, drops in, Janet Fredericks, an unwelcome guest to the Smith household.
Below: Lon refuses to meet Lucille, but Tootie, up to her old tricks,
Below: Mr. Smith gets his iob back, and the boys arrive in time to take plays her final ioke on Lucille and tells her to wait by the "Exhibit of
the girls to the Fair. Everybody is happy once again. the Fiji Island Savagesf'
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Row 1: Rebecca Hunley, Rita Kreindler, Judy Hale, and Donna Thomp-
son. Row 2: Billie Mason, Elaine Wander, Editor, Fran Huffman, and
Ruth Eubanks. Row 3: Linda Waddle, Barbara Albice, Freddy Arthur,
and Darlene Brady. Row 4: Myrna Sporing, Ruth Morgan, Bill Mitten'
dorf, and Kathy Myers.
Publication staffs work hard
Elaine Wander, editor of the "Doorway To, Success,"
was assisted by a staff of eleven girls and advised by
the annual's sponsor, Mrs. Leila M. Peak.
The girls first began planning and discussing a new
theme in May of their Junior year. During the sum-
mer, the staff sold advertisements to local businesses
for the football program and the year-book,
However, the first real work began in the fall of
l957, There were pictures to be planned, made, and
identified, articles to be writtten and layouts to make
Below: Linda Waddle and Ruth Eubanks help with a picture schedule
for the annual,
ready for the printers. But with the hard work, the
staff also had the pleasure in selecting the color and
design of the book's cover and also knowing the
secret of the new theme, which only the staff members
When they received their pins and awards for the
hard work they had done all year, they knew then that
all the work and tireless hours they had spent on the
annual were not wasted, and if they had it all to do
over again, they would do the same thing, since they
have a very special feeling inside that they can refer
to the 1958 "Doorway to Success" as "our book."
Below: Annual Editor Elaine Wander, busy with picture layouts and
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Forty hard-working students comprised the staff of the T957-58 New-
porter. Directed by Editor Rita Kreindler and Sports Editors Darrell Hatton
and Bill Mittendorf, eight issues of the school paper were published this
year. The eighth issue the Senior Issue, included the class prophecy,
will history and composite picture.
Newporter reporters are required to have at least a C average
in English a talent for expressing themselves interestingly, and an ability
to meet that deadline.
While working on the "Newporter," the reporters received points for
their articles, for promptness in submitting them, and for attending staff
meetings. Reporters who received a total of 75 points or more, received
awards at the Awards Assembly.
Row I: Mike Tornason, Rita Kreindler, Editor, LaVerne lngguls, Dorothy Whorley, Myrna Sporing Carol Hill and Norma Woodall Row 4 Ruth
Grischy, Bonnie Downard, Ruth Eubanks, Sharon Wander, and Mrs, Leila Morgan, Pat Jennings Carol Hoffman Darrell Hatton Wanda Happe
M. Peak, sponsor. Row 2: Arlene Richter, Stella Schultz, Ina Courtney, Marilyn Eggleston, and Gwenn Swank Row 5 Roger Lively Rebecca
Judy Thomas, Elaine Wander, Mary Little, and Helen Pence. Row 3: Hunley, Ricarda Hettel Bill Mittendorf Vincent Smith Garnet Worthing
Kaylene Thomas, Billie Mason, Nancy Griffith, Jackie Thomason, Frank ton, and Freddy Arthur
Row I: R. Kreindler, E. Wander, D. Yelton, P. Lepper, M, Eggleston, I. Wade,
G. Malleryi M. Sporing, and D. Grischy. Row 2: N. Woodall, B. Bradbury, L. Dea-
ton, L. Weaver, G. Spicer, F. Huffman, P. Jennings, and R. Morgan. Row 3: B.
Rudclick, J. Moore, J. Hamblin, W. Cummins, R, Deaton, W. Leigh, A. Turner, and
PI EPSILON PI
Students who have attained a "B" average
for two and one-halt years are eligible for mem-
bership in Pi Epsilon Pi, National Honor Society.
The sponsor this year was Miss Mary Tanner.
The officers were: president, Georgia Malleryg
vice president, Leroy Weaver: secretary-treas-
urer, Bill Rudclick, and corresponding secretary,
Pins symbolizing Character, Scholarship, Lead-
ership, and Service are awarded the members
who maintain their high averages. The constitu-
tion -is the foundation for the rules of the so-
Above: Dorothy Grischy portrays Old King Cole at the honor society Above: Betty Bradbury works at a bake sale, the proceeds of which go
initiation. Norma Woodall is Little Red Riding Hood. toward the cost of the business honor society pins.
Row I: M. Manyet, R. Kreindler, S. Ader, and D. Yelton. Row 2: Miss B. Culbert-
son, advisor, R. Morgan, V. Turner, and E. Wander. Row 3: M. Sporing, F. Huff-
man, L. Waddle, P. Lepper, and N. Woodall. Row 4: P. Witte and Pat Jennings.
BUSINESS HONOR SOCIETY
Any student who has obtained an average
of B or above is eligible for membership in the
Business Honor Society. The purpose of the club
is to encourage students to do honor work in
the business subjects.
The meetings of the past year were presided
over by the officers: Toni Manyet, president:
Ruth Morgan, vice president: Rita Kreindler, sec-
retary, and Elaine Wander, treasurer. The club
is sponsored by Miss Bernice Culbertson.
The main project for the year was raising
money for the pins which were awarded to the
senior members at the end of the year it they
had maintained their honor grades. Other proi-
ects for the year included the initiation and tea
for new members.
Girls who are office assistants run errands,
answer the telephone, deliver the daily bulletins,
take special announcements to the various rooms
in the building, and other iobs that Miss Lillian
Gilb, the high school secretary, does not have
time to do.
The girls must give up a study hall to be
an office assistant, and it is lots of fun working
and helping out in the office.
Seated: D. Owens, B. Wilson, and L. King. Standing: J. Rush, J. Addison, T. Man-
yet, E. Wander, D. Surrey, M. Derrick, L. Miller, F. Huffman, C. Caudill, M. Butler
and J. Weiner.
Above: Toni Manyet and Fran Huffman find enrollment cards while Mary
Derrick assorts the mail.
Visual Aids, under the supervision of Mr.
Lyle Haggard, is regarded as one of the most
useful and more popular organizations in school.
Along with providing films for classrooms, they
show films for assembly programs.
There is more to Visual Aids than meets
the eyeemore than iust showing films. The
films must be ordered, scheduled, and returned
promptly. An operator cannot merely be willing,
but must have full knowledge of the expensive
equipment he handles as well as knowing how
to care for the films.
The results of the fine work and cooperation
of this organization are found in the knowledge
and enioyment gained by both students and fac-
ulty from the film program at N.H.S.
Above: Bill Keen shows Billie Mason and Bill Kightchew how to thread a
Row I: S. Wander, B. Hightchew, G. V. Deaton, B. Keen, J. Turner, J. Creech,
L. Turner, M. Sporing, J. Bacher, and Mr. L. Haggard, sponsor. Row 2: A.
Richter, E. Wander, C. Kemper, M. Brewster, K. Thomas, J. McLaughlin, J. Miller,
L. Brown, A. L. Harvey, and R. Kreindler. Row 3: B. Simms, Sy Albice, B. Neal,
J. Jones, W. Happe, L. Marsh, L. Schoo, W. Kyle, E. Sibrel, and R. Johnson. Row 4:
B. Lape, J. Murphy, B. Mittendorf, W. Moore, B. Quigley, J. Zion, K. Switzer,
L. Turner, L. McClain, and R. Hopkins.
The Library Staff is a very important part of the
library and also very important to each student in help-
ing him find the books or information he wants. A day's
duties consist of checking books in and out, taking
attendance, repairing books, and shelving them, and
preparing the magazines and newspapers for use. There
are sixteen girls on the staff this year and they are
working very hard to carry out all the functions of the
library and of the school.
Y. F. C., which is sponsored by Mr. Howard Bar-
nett, is affiliated with the Greater Cincinnati Youth For
Christ Organization. Under the guidance of the or-
ganization, it has progressed steadily since its organi-
zation in 1952. During the past year, the club met each
Wednesday after school. Missionaries and special guest
speakers provided the interesting programs. The club
also met on Saturday nights to attend the Y. F. C. meet-
ings in Cincinnati. At these meetings a Bible quiz team
from our club competed with teams from other schools.
The officers for the past year were: Marilyn Eggles-
ton, president, Ralph Hopkins, vice president, Audrey
Seated: B. Hunley, B. Watson, N. Griffith, Miss M. E. Morris,
librarian, M. Hilge, B. Bonner, S. Hawthorn, and J. Johnson,
Standing: L. Short, E. Mclntosh, M. Sebastian, G. Worthington,
R. Hettel, B. Simms, and L. Deaton.
Below: Ricarda Hettel and Nancy Griffith prepare the news-
paper for the library racks.
' Above: Ralph Hopkins, president of Y.F.C. talks with Mr. How-
.. ard Barnett, advisor.
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
Row I: A. Grindstaff, J. Johnson, S. Schultz, B. Wilson, D.
Yelton, E. Davenport, D. Banfield, B. Watson, G. Mullins, and
Mr. H, Barnett, sponsor. Row 2: A. Mosley, P. Snyder, R.
Morgan, R, Johnson, W. Morris, G. Kuntz, B. Mason, J. Bohlin-
ger, and D. Thompson. Row 3: M. Eggleston, R. Lewis, A.
Morton, R. Hopkins, G. Belcher, J. Murphy, W. Happe, C.
Schultz, and D. Gauldin.
Seated: R. Hettel, R. Morgan, M. Butler, G. Worthington, and
B. Watson. Standing: Miss E. S. Spencer, sponsor.
Below: Betty Watson lights her candle for F.T.A. initiation.
Margie Butler and Garnet Worthington have their candles
Above: Don Reynolds and Bobby Storms
receive the doubles trophy from County
Judge A. J. Jolly. This trophy was won
in an inter-city match at Christmas time.
Row T: K. McLaughlin, G. Whisner, B. Storn, E. Scholl, Mr
H. Barnett, sponsor, D. King, J. Franzen, and L. Turner. Row 2
E. Watson, L. Sprinkle, D. Schlake, R. Hopkins, B. Hemming-
way, D. Reynolds, W. Feldkamp, and J. Zion. Row 3: B. Rud-
dick, F. Arthur, J. Payne, K. Erpenbeck, K. Switzer, J. Moore,
and L, Weaver.
Ten years ago, the George Payne chapter ot the
Future Teachers of America was granted a charter by
the National Education Association.
Since 19-48, under the leadership of Miss Ella Stone
Spencer, the club has endeavored to interest good stu-
dents in teaching careers. Its members try to acquire
and develop those personal qualities that describe a
This year's program included the study ot biographies
of teachers, discussions of educational problems, at-
tendance of lectures, visits to elementary schools, and
assistance in school and community proiects.
The officers for the past year were: Marjorie Butler,
president, Ricarda Hettel, secretary-treasurer, and Garnet
Worthington, program chairman.
Two former members of the club are now teaching
in Newport Schools and two others are studying at
A league of T2 tour-man teams was organized from
high schools in this immediate area. Newport High had
four teams in this league. Dick King, president of N.H.S.
teams, Joe Moore, Bill Ruddick, and Ben Hemingway
were captains, ot King's Court, Wildcats, Alley Cats, and
Head Pin Raiders, respectively.
Newport High captured all honors in Christmas Tour-
nament. Don Reynolds won the singles with a score of
l2OO or more. Trophies were presented by Ralph Muss-
man and County Judge Andy Jolly. King's Court led
the league throughout the conferences. The winning
team received tive trophies-one for the team and one
tor each member. The league was organized and spon-
sored by Mr. George Gorman of Glen Schmidt's Bowling
PEN PAL CLUB
The Pen Pal Club welcomes a new
sponsor, Miss Sylvia Harrison. Since Miss
Harrison is from England, she is very much
interested in the correspondence with for-
eign countries. She meets with the club
once every month, to hear their letters, look
at many gifts they receive, and plan for
many other events taken up in the club.
The initiation for the new members is
a formal reception, which is held every
year to welcome the new members into
the club. At the reception the new mem-
bers take a pledge for the membership in
ln their first meeting they elected of-
ficers for the year. They were Ricarda
Hettel president, Frank Wohrley, vice presi-
dent, Garnet Worthington, secretary, and
Vincent Smith, treasurer.
Row 1: V. Smith, C. Kemper, and J. Fields. Row 2: F. Wohrley A L
vey, and M. Hilge. Row 3: H. Pence, W. Happe, Miss S. Harrison and R
Hettel. Row 4: M. Little, G. Worthington, E. Mclntosh, and L. Deaton
Above: Ricarda Hettel, president, observes as Frank Wohrley and Mary Above: Billie MBSOFI, Selly AlbiC9t Ffinli WOl1fl9Y, Ben Stull and Jerry
Ann Brewster prepare to read letters from their pen pals. Scott discuss a speech topic.
The speech department, reorganized by
Miss June West, has been responsible for
many of our fine assemblies during the
year. These programs included the Christa
mas assembly, in which Miss West was as-
sisted by the Chorus directed by Miss
Janice Robbins. This department was very
active at one time, and there are great
hopes that it will become an active organi-
zation again. Members who entered the
local festival were complimented highly.
Below: Ben Stull, Joe Moore, Ralph Hopkins, and Frank Losey make up a debate
team from the speech department.
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"The Wild Cats" is one of the biggest
musical performances put on each year
by the Nl-l.S Bandboosters and students
of Newport High. The Marching Band
of Nl-l.iS. is seen performing on the foot-
ball field at the stadium and at pep
rallies in the auditorium and gymnasium.
The Chorus adds to the music depart-
ment, performing in schoool assemblies
and singing at different churches and
organizations during various holidays
throughout the year.
Everyone is proud to refer to the band
and chorus as "our band and chorus."
To show you iust how proud they are
they want you to OPEN THE DOOR . . .
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The Band presented marching shows
Below: Mr. Fred Wilcoxon, band director, pauses in the midst of a busy
day, for our photographer.
The marching band of Newport High School Under
the fine direction of Mr. Fred Wilcoxon began in August
another year of marching, playing, and dancing. The
band was really whipped into shape at camp and by
the first game was ready,
The majorettes, under head maiorette, Joan Weiner,
were really sharp and danced their way into all the
half time shows, along with the pep rallies and assem-
blies. The maiorettes also sang in the Band Concert at
This year the band started something new, the elec-
tion of officers. Ralph Fogle was elected band presi-
dent. They conducted staff meetings in which problems
found in the band were brought up and solved.
The band, propelled by one of the ablest percussion
sections in the state, with its football shows, pep rallies,
assemblies, parades, minstrel and graduation music, will
be remembered by everyone, and especially by the
six seniors who have marched their last time. Seniors
were: Joan Weiner, Carol Hiance, Carol Wasser, Sharon
Sipe, Ralph Fogle, and Kenneth Switzer.
Front: Don Day, Ralph Fogle, Billy Siebert, Jim Bridges. Row 2: Carol
Stucker, Mary Kew, Sharon Loos, Dallas Farley, Dick Baker, Robert
Fischer, Don Enzweiler, Mitchell Wolfe, Elizabeth Pavey, Sally Herzog,
Peggy Clifton, Pam Knox, Lois Berkemeyer, and Sue Ratliff. Row 3:
Carol Hill, Nancy Caudill, Mary Skinner, Early Losey, Judy Waddle, Lloyd
Conely, Mike Faulkner, Joan Lang, Kenny Cope, Jim Schweitzer, Dola
Holt and 'Fred Wilcoxon, director. Row 4: Catherine Campbell, Carl
Tilford, Carol Hill, Erma Casner, Sue Ruddick, Janet Hardy, Larry Albice,
John Martin, Naomi Wanderluck, Gary Chalk, and Roger Hartke. Row 5:
Jay Smith, Katy Christian, Karen Liles, Martha Shay, Carol Hoffman,
Mariorie Butler, Ted Dansberry, Linda Miller, Tom Goodall and Dennis
Above: Band members arrange their music for the band concert.
Right, Counter Clockwise: Joan Weiner, head majorette, Jackie Ziegler,
Carol Wasser, Christine Lepper, Carol Hiance, Peggy Bastin, Louise King,
Becky Howard, Charlene Herzog, Ruth Schlake, Bonnie Barhorst, Beverly
Daley, Carole Siebert, Penny Ebert, and Judy Anderson. Cadets: Bonnie
Downard, Judy Thomas, and Gloria Tilford.
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inia Hinton, Shirley Ader, Mary Rankin, Carole Harnbrick, Jo Ann Bohlinger, Joanne Hall, Jackie Thomason, Carol Ebert, and Char
Faye Landers, and Shirley Johnson. Row 2: Lavinia Green, Wilma Smith, lotte Brickler. Row 5: Bernita Wilson, Peggy Snyder, Cora Schultz
Miss Janice Robbins, chorus director.
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Pence, Sue Myers, Stella Schultz, Jo Ann Jackson, Andreia Bonita Troendle.
Linda Colston. Row 4: Rosalind Johnson, Wanda Stowers,
Girls' Chorus performs for school and
The Newport High School Chorus under the direction of Miss Janice
Robbins and accompanied by Shirley Ader is an important part ot Newport
The Chorus again this year consists of all girls, and participates in
the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies. A special group sang
at other assemblies.
The All-State Chorus was held this year at Western State College at
Bowling Green, Kentucky. Four girls were chosen to go. They were: Joan
Scott, Barbara Albice, Bonita Troendle, and Nancy Gernrner. The Chorus
was under the direction ot Dr. Harold Decker and proved to be very
The entire chorus sang at the St. Paul's United Church ot Christ and at
the First Baptist Church for Thanksgiving as they do every year. A special
group sang at many events outside of the school.
The Chorus finished the year by singing at the Graduation exercises
and at their own concert.
Jerilyn Rottinghaus, Martha Smith, Wanda Happe, Sarah Lewis, and
Miss Robbins directs the Chorus for an
Row 1: Wanda McQueen, Edith Ebert, Joy Botkin, Mary Simms, Joyce
Pruiett, Linda Stidham, and Virginia Humphrey. Row 2: lna Courtney,
Marian Short, Carol Kemper, Margaret Rowe, Joyce Mullins and Diane
Wiggins. Row 3: Sandra Fletcher, Arnethia Durden, Rosemarie Bramel,
Pat Mallery, Harriet Burton, Carol Clark, and Pat Sauerwin. Row 4:
Gwen Swank, Mary Ann Brewster, Yvetta Jackson, Barbara Saylor,
Nancy Gemmer, Joan Scott, and Judy Litton. Row 5: Nora Lynne Chand-
ler, Mary Sellers, Ruth Lewis, Pat Moore, Barbara Albice, and Gwen
Wildcats of i958 presented by
the entire Music Department
Right: A New Fangled Tango
danced by Elaine Wander.
Left: A colorful dance by members
of the pony chorus. Mr. Wim-
Below: Winners in the Charleston Contest get together for a number. They were Bonnie Bar-
horst, Carol Siebert, Ruth Schlake, and Louise King.
left: Linda Waddle and Carol
Welder show Director Frank
Losey how a "CoupIe of Swell:
Walk Up the Avenue."
Right Martha Wahlbrrnk and
Shirley Kung dance a soft shoe
for the road company show
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Above: Shirley Ader at the piano, and Larry Welp, Carol Ortlieb, Georgiana Luke, and Carol R. Hill
make up the reed section.
Above: Jim Zion, Teddy Dansberry, and Tom Bitzer sound "A" before Above: Mary Simms, Lois Carter, LaVerne lngguls, and Barbara Simms
the performance. sing and dance to the "Banana Boat Song."
Sports is probably the most Talked
about and most recognized activity in
Newport High. Among baseball, track,
swimming, basketball, and football, the
latter two are the most supported and
But, at the same time these sports
are being talked about, such as, "Did
you see that 75-yard run?" or "The
buzzer rang just as the ball swished
through the basket," the players are be-
coming better athletes and improving
However, the boys are not the only
champions in sports. There also are many
girls who are very athletic. ln G.A.A.
there are many champions. This year
the G.A.A. organizations of the north-
ern Kentucky High Schools began a bas-
ketball tournament, in which the girls
of N.H.S. did very well. The girls also
go bowling, riding, play volleyball, ten-
nis, ping pong, and participate together
in many other sports. G.A.A. may help
to keep the girls health, but it also
helpsto keep them "trirn." So in many
ways these various activities OPEN THE
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Row l: James Murphy, Rodney Gross, Wayne Hetteberg, Mike Stull,
Tom Stevens, Ben Stull, Leroy Schoo, Walter Feldkamp, Jim Bird, Del
Hatfield, Bill Jones, and Dick Linehardt. Row 2: Coaches Steele Harmon
and Bob Miller, John Williams, Bill Knapp, Jim Thacker, Jerry Combs,
Larry Harden, Kem Stuempel, E1rl Kew, Tom Simpson, Harold Strunk,
Football starts the year's
"We started the season with a young and inexperi-
enced team, but the spirit was good and the boys
worked hard." These words, spoken by Head Coach
Bob Miller, gave more of a summary of the T957 foot-
ball season than the final record of the Newport Wild-
cat team. With the assistance of Coaches Steele Har-
mon, Pete Riley, and Edwin Burton, Mr. Miller pulled the
inexperienced group of boys into a -team that did fairly
Below: Pete Riley, Freshman football coach, Edwin Bu,rton, Steele Har-
mon, assistant football coaches, and Robert Miller, head football coach.
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Bob Lee, Howard Miller and Coaches Edwin Burton and Pete Riley.
Row 3: Manager G. V. Deaton, Pat Pugh, Bob Turner, Jerry Scott, Vic
Scharstein, Earl Shackleford, Dan Points, Earnie Brady, Edward Morris,
John Schultz, Bill Quigley, Dick Wallace, and Roland Daniel, manager.
well against a long line of tough opponents.
Two early victories over Somerset, Kentucky and Mil-
ford, Ohio, started the team on a hopeful winning streak.
The team's spirits received a stab when they were de-
feated in the "big game" of the season by the Thorough-
breds from Newport Catholic, their long time inter-city
In the next four home games, which were against
Western Hills, Highlands, Bellevue, and Dixie Heights,
the Wildcats were defeated by more experienced and
older ball clubs. However, the Cats kept their spirits
high and continued to try hard, in hopes that they
might add another victory to their record.
After the month long stretch of home games, the
Wildcats packed their cleats and helmets and took to
the open road for the remainder of the season. Paducah
Tilgham, western Kentucky football power, was the first
host on our tour. This fine team had no mercy on the
Wildcats as they handed them a heavy blow.
Playing again in Northern Kentucky, the 'Cats invaded
Covington Holmes, only to be set back by the Bulldogs.
They bounded back into fine shape and defeated Dayton
lKy.j Greendevils. This wrapped up the 1957 season.
lt was once said that a team is not always as bad
or as good as its record may indicate. This was truly
the case with the i957 season. Although the final
lost-won record of 3 and 7 was not to impresive, the
experience gained in this season will be a strong foun-
dation for the future Wildcat gridiron teams.
Somerset .............. .... 6
Milford, Ohio ........, .... l 3
Newport Catholic 13
Western Hills .......... ..... l 9
Highlands ............ 47
Bellevue .............. 13
Dixie .................... 26
Paducah Tilghman 34
Holmes ................ 19
Above: G. V. Deaton and Roland
Below: Jim Thacker C685 and Tom Simpson 1613 blocking for Bobby Lee who was tackled hard by
Row 1: Jim Bird, Dick Leinhardt, Billy
Jones, Bob Lee, and Del Hatfield. Row 2:
Wayne Hetteburg, Mike Stull, Bob Turner,
Vic Scharstein, Ernie Brady, and John
We Opponent They
12 -- Boone County ..... .. 6
O f- Highlands ,,......,.......,. ...... 3 l
6 -- Newport Catholic ....... .. 9
I9 -- Holmes .................,,.. O
left: Last minute instructions finds the
team in a pre-game huddle.
Potential varsity gains experience
Row 1: Richard Schultz, James Bybee, Larry Miles, Larry Hatfield, James Bob Walters. Row 3: James McLaughlin, James Abbot, Warner Moore,
Gray, Garry Buck, Jim Ploeger, Carl Sharp, Tony Henderson, and Charles Tom Owens, Bob Morris, Dennie Brown, Clarence Witherspoon, Jack
Crowe. Row 2: Coach Pete Riley, Charles Pate, Dan Carmichael, Gar- Gish, and Leroy Wessling,
land Whisner, Ronnie Deaton, John Poole, Jeff Miller, Bob Neal, and
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Row I: Howard Miller, Rodney Gross, James Murphy, Tom Stevens, Leroy Schoo, and Harold Strunk.
Row 2: Bill Knapp, Larry Harden, John Schuliz, Tom Simpson, Jim Thacker, Jerry Combs, and Ben
Stull. Row 3: Kenny Stuempel, Pat Pugh, Earl Kew, Earl Shackleford, Edward Morris, Danny Points,
Jerry Scott, Dick Wallace, Walter Feldcamp, and Bill Quigley.
Row I: Angelo Hall, Douglas Jordan, Del Hatfield, Larry Sprinkle, Charlie
Lovett, James Gilbert, and Bob Walters, Row 2: John Williams, Bill
Knapp, Herbert Bonner, Ernie Brady, LaMont McClain, Rodney Gross, Carl
Tilford, and Bill Pelfry. Row 3: Stuart Stormer, Gene Turner, Harold
Smith, Danny Points, Robert Stubbs, and Jay Boyd. Row 4: Edwin K.
Burton, assistant coachg James L. Cobb, principal, and Stanley Arnzen,
l957-'58 Basketball had exciting moments
Below: Angelo Hall leads the team from dressing room to a bus for
trip down state to Clark County and Dan Points and Manager Frank
When the i957-58 basketball season opened in No-
vember, it marked the beginning of a wide open race
for the Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference Cham-
pionship. The Ninth Region of Northern Kentucky had
more than its share of top quality teams this season.
The Newport Wildcats, expertly trained by Coach Stan-
ley Arnzen, stayed in the race down to the wire. It
marked the second straight year that the conference
championship was decided in the last week of play.
With a group of strong, hard-working boys, the
Wildcats opened the season with a win over Boone
County, which was followed by victories over Bellevue,
Dayton, and Simon Kenton. The 'Cats then split a
week-end road trip as they dropped a decision to Clark
County Cthen the number one team in the statel, and
wrestled a win from Ashland Tom Cats. Lloyd was the
next to fall on our home floor, and as the 'Cats traveled
to Henderson, Kentucky they added two more to their
record at the expense of Henderson Holy Name and
After the Christmas holidays, the Wildcats started
the new year off right as they defeated their long-time
inter-city rivals, the Newport Catholic Thoroughbreds,
in a fast, hard-fought game at Cincinnati Gardens. High-
lands, Dayton, Boone County, Holmes, and Beechwood
also fell before the Wildcat steam roller in January, as
they lost to Covington Catholic and Hazard.
In February there were victories over Highlands,
Ludlow, Dixie, Taylor COhiol, and Henry Clay of Lexing-
ton, Kentucky. A defeat at the hands of Covington
Holmes hurt the 'Cats conference ratings, and when
Campbell County Camels vvon a decisive battle over
the Wildcat five, they took the conference trophy with
them, the first trophy for the Camels in lo years.
- Boone County .... ...,. A 9
- Dayton ............. ,.... 4 3
- Bellevue ........ ..... 7 0
- Simon-Kenton ..... .,... 5 3
- Clark County .,..,.. ..... 7 9
- Ashland .........,.,..........., ..... 5 3
- Lloyd ............,.,.................. ..... 5 2
4 Henderson Holy Name ,... . ,... 53
- Henderson High ...,,......,.., ,,... 4 8
- Newport Catholic ..... ,.... 4 l
- Highlands .......,..,,.,.. .,... 5 2
- Dayton ....,........... .,... 6 8
- Boone County ..,,. .,... 5 O
- Holmes ...............,.,.. ..... 5 5
- Beechwood .......,,....,,. ..... 4 3
-Covington Catholic ...... ,.... 6 2
- Hazard ...,....,.....,,..,.,,. . ,.., 78
- Highlands .,.....,.....,.. ..... 5 O
k Ludlow ..... . ..... 70
- Holmes .... .,... 7 6
- Dixie ...............,..,.. ..... 6 2
- Taylor ........,..,,.,....... ,.,,. 6 O
- Campbell County . .,,. .,... 6 9
- Henry Clay ....,.............,...........,. 47
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i Campbell County .....,,.,....,....,..,.. 72
W Boone County ..... ..... 3 O
- Dayton ..,.......,.. ,.... 2 5
- Bellevue .,........, ...., 3 8
-Simon Kenton ..,.. ...,. 2 2
f Lloyd ....,.,................ ..... 2 6
- Newport Catholic ,.... ...,. 2 3
- Highlands .......,..,.... ..... 3 9
- Dayton ....,........ ..... 3 O
- Boone County ,.... ...., 2 4
- Holmes ..........,., .,... 3 7
- Beechwood ..,........,..,. ..... 2 O
- Covington Catholic ...... ,.,.. 4 A
- Highlands ....,....,.,...... ,,... 3 5
- Ludlow ........., .,,.. 3 8
- Holmes ............ ..... 3 5
- Dixie Heights .....,. , .... 36
- Taylor ....,,.......,..,..... ..... 2 A
-Campbell County ..,,... ..... A 8
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Right: Ken Cole C35D has a shot blocked by an unidentified
Wildcats on the
Stuart Stormer 1305 and Ken Pigg try to rebound in
Dayton player. Dan Points, Doug Jordan, and Hal Smith
Below: Del Hatfield C523 goes in for a lump shot in the Simon Kenton Below: Doug Jordan C151 drives in for a bunny. Sprinkles of Covington
game. Angelo Hall, Herbert Bonner, and Hal Smith follow up. Catholic looks on.
Above: Jimmy Kolp calls for one low and outside-the batter fanned.
Baseball diamond scene
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of much activity
"Old Man Weather" proved to be the biggest opponent of the
Newport Wildcats in the 1957 baseball season. Rain postponed the start
of the season and also caused many changes in the remaining schedule.
However, the 'Cats, capably coached by Stan Arnzen, overrode the
weather to turn in a fine season record.
The Wildcats started the season in a "win and lose" pattern as
they defeated Ludlow, lost to Taylor from Ohio, and Lafayette High of
Lexington, Kentucky. Two more wins were registered against Silver
Grove and Highlands, only to go down to Covington Holmes.
With half the regular season gone, the Wildcats made up their
minds to make it "tough sledding" for the remaining opponents, and
they did. The five remaining games netted five victories as the smooth-
moving Arnzen Club rolled over St. Henry, Boone County, Bellevue,
Dixie, and Erlanger Lloyd.
Moving into the District Tournament, they defeated Bellevue and
Newport Catholic to snatch the district trophy. The Ninth Region Trophy
also went to the Wildcats as they defeated Lloyd, Morgan, and Mays-
ville. The State Tournament proved harder for the local club and they
were defeated by a fine ball club from Russell County. This loss elimi-
nated the Wildcats and ended their ten-game winning streak.
The 'Cats had a fine season. They compiled a 13-4 record for the
season. It is also an established fact that the experience gained will
be a strong nucleus for future teams.
Dixie . ........... .
St. Henry ......
Boone, County .....
Bellevue .. ..........
Dixie ................ .. ...... ............
Bellevue ..................................... .....
Newport Catholic ..................................
Lloyd ............................................. .....
Morgan ...................................... .....
Maysville ...............,.... . ............
Russell County .......................... .....
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"First run the soreness in and then run it
out." This is a little of what you would hear
if you visited the stadium during the track sea-
Coach Burton was pleased with the showing
made by John Slack, who threw the shot 43
feet ll.5 inches. This was John's first year for
track, and he proved to be a big help. The other
standout performer was fleet-footed William
The relay teams did well, with Warren
Harden and Don Schneider Cseniorsj leading the
way. Another senior, Arzell Bonner, held his
own in the quarter mile.
The results of the season's meets were as
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Newport Lafayette Holmes
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Newport Boone County Dayton
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Newport Western Hills Hamilton
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Row I: Thomas Stephens and Charles Crowe. Row 2: John
Williams, Bob Morris, James Abbott, Jim Thacker, and Leroy
Schoo, Row 3: Richard Lienhardt, Bill Knapp, Hal Smith,
Rodney Gross, and Wayne Hetteburg.
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Row I: Roger Seifried, Larry Brown, Charlie Crowe, Jerry Jones, Leroy School, Rodney Gross,
Bob Neal. Row 2: Ralph Hopkins, Billy Jones, Roland Daniels, G. V. Deaton, Harold Strunk,
Wilson Leigh. Row 3: Bob Turner, Del Hatfield, Angelo Hall, Gene Turner, Ted'Dansberry, and
Kew. Row 4: Tom Simpson, Bobby Lee, Richard Wallace, Dan Points, Ernie Brady, Vic Scharstein
Leaders in sports win letters
Above: Carl Tilford, Teddy Dansberry, and
Ralph Hopkins meet at Ted's locker to
pick up golf clubs before going to the
Row 1: R. King, T. Dansberry, G. Hamilton,
D. Hatfield, and E. Watson. Row 2: T.
Simpson, D. Wallace, R. Hopkins, C. Til-
ford, D. Wallace, J. Thacker, R. Leinhardt,
and Mr. Howard Barnett, coach.
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Mrs. 'Vlargaret McKenna, Girls' Athletic
Toni Manyet, vice president, Carol Ebert, president, Betty Bradbury, treasurer, and Rita Kreindler,
. A. A. develops sportsmanship
Any girl of Newport High School who is interested in sports, is sure
to be a member of the Girls' Athletic Association. There is such a variety
of activities that she is sure to find one she likes. lf she doesn't know
how to play a game she will soon learn, for one of G.A.A.'s goals is
teaching the girls the sports with which they have not been associated.
Among the sports are bowling, basketball, volleyball, badminton, tennis,
golf, aerial darts, archery, swimming, and horseback riding.
ln basketball and volleyball, teams are chosen to play intramural
games with other schools.
The girls are advised by Mrs. Margaret McKenna, who is assisted by
the club's officers and board members. At the end of each year the girls
with the necessary points are rewarded for their activities at the Mother-
Daughter Banquet and the officers for the following year are announced.
Row 1: Ina Courtney, LaVerne lngguls, Beverly Wilson, Peggy Griffith,
Rita Kreindler, Toni Manyet, Carol Ebert, Betty Bradbury, Rosella Lang,
Faye Landers, Dolores Puckett, Elaine Wander, and Pat Sauerwin. Row 2:
lva Reis, Evelyn Weckbach, Mary Derrick, Roberta Lang, Dianne Relly,
Connie Bauman, Beverly Howe, Carol Hiance, Mary Simms, Penny Ebert,
Gail Duckworth, Jackie Ziegler, and Judy Bennett. Row 3: Anna
Mosley, Sue Myers, Dixie Nolan, Barbara Simms, Chris Lepper, Nancy
Brinkman, Judy Anderson, Peggy Bastian, Joyce Sandfoss, Betty How-
ard, Sally Seibert, Carol Caudill, and Wanda Stowers. Row 4: Yvetta
Jackson, Sally Daines, Carolyn Wagner, Billie Mason, Myrna Sporing,
Marilynn Eggleston, Carol Welder, Linda Waddle, Becky Howard, Linda
Miller, Joan Weiner, Pat Jennings, and Shirley Crawford. Row 5: Anne
Stuart, Carol Seibert, Bonnie Barhorst, Ruth Schlake, Carol Hill, Mar-
jorie Butler, Marlah Beirne, Kathy Myers, Donna Surrey, Carol Hoffman
Lois Berkemeyer, and Judy Egan. Row 6: Donna Owens, Cathy Camp-
bell Gwen Jackson, Mary Kew Martha Shay, Louise King, Marilyn King-
ltorn, Linda Alspach Dona Gregory, Charlene Herzog, Darlene Brady.
Pat Webster, and Marian Allen.
G. A. A. BOARD
Standing: Mrs. McKenna, Carol Ebert, president. Row I: Elaine Wancler,
bowling: Sally Daincs social: Toni Manyet vice president: Linda Miller,
basketball, and Bcxcrly Vtiilson tennis. Row 2: Myrna Sporing, public-
ity: Betty Bradbury treasurer: and Linda Waddle, swimming. Row 3: Rita
Kretndler, secretary: Darlene Brady, bowling: Becky Howard, social: Carol
Welder, co-recreational, and Judy Anderson, badminton. Row 4: Sally
Siebert, social: Iva Reis, archery: Donna Gregory, volleyball: Anne Stuart,
point chairman, and Catherine Campbell, baseball.
Below: Louise .King gets her bowling ball from the rack
at Newport Lanes.
Above: Rosella Lang, Peggy Griffith, Mary Jo Richards, Arlene Richter, and Irma
Witte put up the net for a game of badminton.
Row I: Mrs. McKenna, L. Moore, J. Ketron, S. Wander, P. Spence, J. Kiddy, S.
Dickerson, and R. Griffith. Row 2: G. Tilford, A. Richter, I. Witte, D. Hardin, S. Bell,
S. Hawthorne, B. Downard, and J. Moore. Row 3: V. Henton, C. Kemper, A. Jackson,
H. Burton, S. Fletcher, J. Pirman, M. Ingram, Jo A. Jackson, J. Simon. Row 4: C.
Hill, K. Smith, D. Jarvis, J. Deriso, J, Bush, A. Burch, and B. Stuart. Row 5': E. Pugh,
V. Humphries, K. Thomas, C. Enslen, J. Rowell, S. Rawlings, B. Waddle, and G.
Denny. Row 6: C. Schultz, L. Gossett, S. Loos, L. Kennedy, H. Yeager, J. Seifried, S.
Shearer, and B. Hampton.
Above: Hep Cats, led by Sally Daines, help cheer the Wildcats
Right: Mrs. Margaret McKenna, girls' Physical Education Di-
rector, gives instructions in volleyball to Betty Howard, Shirley
Crawford, Anne Stuart, Marilynn Eggleston, Ann Mosley,
Joyce Sandfoss, and Rita Kreindler.
Follow "N"-up left-down center-up
right: Sandra Bell, Faye Lord, Eve Daven-
port, Nancy Kinney, Catherine Campbell,
Marian Allen, Mary Lewis, Sandra Tie-
meyer, Betty Bradbury, Alma Burch, Peggy
Bastin, Betty Waddle, Chris Lepper, Sharon
Dickerson, Shirley Adams, Judy Ketron,
Sharon Wander, Wanda Kleinhenz, Jane
Linn, Judy Anderson, Mary Shield, Carol
Sports interests begin with junior high
Row I: Neil Hansen, James Bauer, James Griffith, Leroy Surrey, James Crawford, Ed Deaton, Charles Pate Bob Morris and Coach M J Cavana
Rankin, Billy Schwartz, David Knox, James Cottie, Jerry Fausz, James Absent when picture was taken were Dennis Brown Roland Turner
Ponchot, Gary Stull, and Dennis Edwards. Row 2: Clarence Witherspoon, Roy Yung, and James Sizemore
Alex Bell, Billy Mell, Virgil Ashcrait, Bob Turner, John Blevins, Robert
Athletes in the senior high school come from a long pipeline of teams
that move up through the grades and junior high school. These boys who take
part in the program of athletics in the iunior high become leaders on the
various teams when they reach high school. So you can see that sports in
junior high opens the door to the same activities later on.
Row I: Leroy Surrey, Robert Gibson, Dennis Brown, Robert Crawford, Robert Turner, Robert Morris
Charles Pate, James Rankin, and Jerry Lepper. Row 2: Assistant Coach Wm. Dosch, Gary Stull, James
Griffith, and Coach M. J. Cavana.
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Above: Georgia Mallery, president, presides at an Honor Society meeting.
left: Carol Hiance shows how proud and happy she
was to be Head Maiorette for iust one night.
Above: All of the seniors enioyed their Christmas party,
especialiy Leroy Weaver, David Schlake, Larry Harden, Ronnie
Utz, Clyde McGill, and Gene Turner.
left: Russell Withorn and Nora Chandler decorate Shopping
Center windows for Halloween,
Below: Penny Ebert receives her gift at the homeroom party.
Ina Courtney was "Santa."
Below: Under the mistietoe are
Frank Losey and Ruth Schlake.
Above: Maiorettes dance at pep rally.
Below: Glenna Mullins sells football programs at a game.
Above: Pat Jennings, Fran Huffman, and Elaine Wander are
The "Three Men in a Tub," for their honor society initiation.
Below: Some of the Annual staff workers who helped with
a picture schedule were Freddy Arthur, Rebecca Hunley, Ruth
Morgan, Earl Watson, Elaine Wander, Rita Kreindler, and
Far left: Steadies, Dan Points and Carol Caudill, look at an
Below: Students at lunch wait until all of their group has
finished eating before leaving the lunch room, to make
room for the next group.
Abolfef Helen LeWl5f M5'lOfl9 Combs, linda GOSSSYV and Helen PSUCG, Above: Ken Riffe, Richard Ripberger, Larry Clutterbuck, and Ronnie
ready to enjoy lonch, are served by Mary Ann Shields. Alford work on their industrial arts projects.
Above: Mr. Victor H. Brown of Vic Brown and
Son Florists, gave the home arts class girls Bar'
bara Saylor, Peggy Griffith, and Roselle Lang
some points in flower arrangement.
Left: Barbara Scott shows Billy Hoskins, standing,
how to use the new slant needle Singer.
Above: Mr. Edwin Burton observes his class in Mechani-
y 5 fee?"
Above: Larry Trapp demonstrates how his supply drawer
from the cabinet fits into a drawing table.
Above Elaine Wander edntor of the 1958 NEWPORTIAN after a long and busy
day at NHS
The Newportian staff and their advisor sincerely hope
that you have enjoyed your visit, in picture and print, THROUGH
THE DOORS of NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL, NEWPORT, KENTUCKY.
Richard Vories and Pat Witte
It is only through the loyalty and gen-
erosity of our friends in the business
field and their faith in Newport High
School that it is possible to finance the
NEWPORTIAN from year to year.
For the T958 advertising campaign,
the city was divided into quadrants, with
four tearns from the annual staff con-
tacting the various business places in
their respective territories. The team
captains were Elaine Wander, Judy Hale,
Rebecca Hunley, and Billie Mason. The
tearn headed by Elaine Wander was tops
in sales, with Rebecca Hunley running
a close second.
The year's ad carnpaign was divided
into two periods. The first period was
devoted to ads for the Football Program,
which gives the yearbook staff a per-
centage of profits to use for their year-
book, Income from the second phase
belongs entirely to the staff for yearbook
Support our advertisers by patronizing
the businesses listed on the following
pages and let the NEWPORTIAN OPEN
THE DOOR . . .
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Mrs Ray Rottmghaus
and Mrs Troy Adams
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and Mrs W Berkemeyer
and Mrs H J Braun
and Mrs J Brldges
Mrs Otto Budug
Mr Edwln Burton
Mvss Mary Lee Caldwell
Mr and Mrs Robert Caudull
Mr and Mrs RobertL Cobb
Mr John Colluns
Mnss Evalyn Colllver
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Mrs Harry Loos
and Mrs Donald Losey
and Mrs Albert Morgan
President Mrs Wulllam Dunn
Miss Mary E Morrls
Mrs Harry D Neal
Mr and Mrs Cecll Owens
Mass Jeannette Owens
Mrs Odessa Parker
Mrs Leula M Peak
and Mrs Dudley Pomeroy
and Mrs Dan Pounts
Mrs Ruth Poppe
and Mrs Ray Rottlnghaus
Mrs John Schultz
and Mrs John Shay
Mrs C Selfrled
Mrs Juanita Simon
Mr and Mrs George Shearer
Mass Ella Stone Spencer
Mr and Mrs Carl Ebert
Mr and Ms D Elklns
Mr and Mrs M Farrar
Mr and Mrs L Frederlcks
Mrs Gladys Garner
Muss Joann Geverts
Mass Gypsy Gray
Mr and Mrs A C Gutekunst
Mr and Mrs Edgar Happe
Mrs Lee Day
Mrs Norbert Duckworth
Mrs Eugene Hampton
Mass Ruth Harrls
Mr Steele Harmon
Mr and Mrs L C Harvey
Mrs Oscar Hasse
Mr and Mrs R Hettel
Mr and Mrs H Hllge
Mass Evalyn Jackson
Mr and Mrs Harold Kohl
and Mrs R Lape
and Mrs R Sprong
Mrs Ann Stormer
Mrs Samuel Stowers
and Mrs K Stuempfel
Mrs Norman Surrey
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Mr Don E Walker
Mass June West
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Beverly Wrlson Georgia Mallery Judy Baumbach and Rua Krelndler
COMPLIMENTS OF KAPPA PHI GAMMA SENIORS
AND THEIR ADVISOR
Row 1 Ton: Manyef Norma Woodall Beulah Combs Mlss Janice Robbins
advlsor Par Wlfte and Janet Frederlck Row 2 Mary Derrick Lnnda Waddle
Sharon Slpe Lynn Chandler Judy Egan
and Bonnie Bresnauer
19th and Monmouth Sf HE 19144
AX 17150 1
946 Monmouth St Newport, K
AMEIICNS MOST FAMOUS DOUBLE-DECK
HAMBURG!! . . . THE ORIGINAL BIG l0Y
om: av mow:
AND TAKE 'EM HOME
Alferahons and Repaurnng Rapid Service
On All Work
940 Monmouth Sf. Newporf, Ky.
Hours: 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. - Mon. 81 Fri. Till 9 p. m.
Congrufulutians . . .
to the Class of I
from your Telephone Company
A GOOD PLACE T0 WDRK
9th and Monmouth St Newport Ky
CHILI AND CONEY ISLANDS YOUR H-ORIST
3 WAY OUR SPECIALTY
Chnlaalufs best CTOR H BROW
A N D S O N
Best of Luck To The Class of 58
C R C H l L l
Telephone HE. 'I-9317 Ol
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R. 84 G. CLEANERS
We Operate Our Own Plant
2 HOUR SERVICE
612 Monmouth St Newport Ky
HEATING AND PIPING
.7 H Ehst Fourth Street
CO 1 9291 Newport Ky
T H E
Congratulations to the Class of 58
E I L E R M A N S
KENTUCKYS BEST FOR MEN AND BOYS
Wm C Betz Sons A C Dobblung 81 Son
Fred A Erschell 8g Son Vanclerhaar 84 Stetter
Convenient Banknng Prompt Service
WEST SIDE SAVINGS BANK
EASY PARKING NO METERS NO CONGESTION
10th and Columbia Newport Kentucky
Member Federal Deposut Insurance Corporatuon
OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS 5 to 8
William S. Muenlenkamp
I O O F HALL ASSOCIATION
Dance Hall and Meetmg Rooms Avallable
35 E Eleventh 5' NQWPON KY SOCIALS PARTIES DANCES
K I' A S E R N E R S Your Pharmacist
N A L D K S T O
18th and Monmouth Sts
FREE DELIVERY AMPLE PARKING NEWPORT KENTUCKY
T H E F A S H I 0 N Alf Condllloned V Barbers
Better Wearing Apparel for Women H I C K S
and Chddren We Try to Please You
833 Monmouth St 720 Madlson Ave 907 Mgnmoufh Sf.-eef
Newport Ky Covmsfon Ky NEWPORT KENTUCKY
R O . R N
Phone AX- I'52I0 NGWPUYTI KY- CO. I-0380 6th and Washington
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9th and Monmouth Newport Ky
Comphrnents of A T E F L O R
HARRY F DEITERMAN
111 E 7th Street Newport Ky
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
3996 R HI 1 91
for success and happiness In The years ahead
700 Monmouth St Phone HE 1 1916
DON C LOVELL Manager
HARRY W HECK
OSCAR HESCH Cny Manager
ALFRED O MAYBURY Mayor
We SQGCISIIZG In Corsages
720 Monmouth Street
Phone CO 19297 Newport Ky
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Congrafulafions and Best Wishes BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
P F I F F E R ' S
A N D
637 Monmouth Street
Headquarters tor Spaldrngs
1014 Monmouth St Newport Ky
Phone HE 1 9298
F O S T E R S
PURE OIL SERVICE
Srxth and Overton Streets
Fred FOSIBI' Newpgrt Ky
A F R I E D
703 Monmouth Street
BREAKFAST DINNER SANDWICHES
Your TV Set rs only as good as the servxce rt receives
Phone AXteI 1 8676
WM A WOODY
408 E Tenth Street Newport Ky
JAMES G LANG Pres
Dual 740 KCS JU 17100
C 81 D R D
' - 912Vz Monmouth St. Newport, Ky.
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10th 8. Hamlet Newport Ky 9th 8- Patterson
I HOUR SERVICE
We clo our own cleannng 1006 Monmouth
IO! Off Cash and Carry
JOSEPH EARLY Prop
F Wlntersole Lllluan Wmtersole
FARMS HOMES INVESTMENTS
R E A L T Y
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
1025 Monmouth St Newport K
F R I E
Plckup and Delivery Phone CO 1 5603
We Operate Our Own Plant
CKS DRY CLEANE
Cleanlng Pressing Repairing
109 E Nmth St 9 Newport Ky
BILL HECK TOM HECK
502 E 10th Street Newport Ky
Phone HE 1 8508
843 Monmouth St Newporf Ky
Vusnt our HIFI and Record Department
316 E 10th Street
JU 18588 Newport Ky
Paints Glass Toys EIectrIcaISuppInes
Pnpe and Flttlngs
935 Monmouth Street Newport Ky
Phone CO 1 8051
Mayor Alfred G Maybury
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SHARON JEAN BEAUTY SHOPPE
IFormerly the Yorkl JOHNNYS TV SALES 8: SERVICE
HELEN JEAN HUCK Owner
We Repair Car Radios Horne Racllos and
HE 18374 Ph h
Cor 8th and York Newport K Onograp S
24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK
C R I M E L L A C A R R Y 0 U T 529 York Street Newport Kentucky
Party Snack Beverages
Lnve Balt Flsh Tackle
29 E 4th Street Newport K
PHONE AX 13319
I' E R 0 Y W E A V E R York Street Newport Ky
Steak and Chicken
Italian Spaghetti and Ravnolz
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN FOOD
MRS JOHN POMPILIO
L M P I L I O S C A
Fnnest Beers and Lnquors
CO 1 1200 PHONES CO 1 1201
F th L TSI t
Snxth and Washington or e arges e ec lon
'lU"'Pe' 13065 N9WP0ff KY In Furnuture
Live Balt Fnsh Tackle
T U R T L E S
UIS MARX 84 BR
840 Monmouth St Newport Kentucky
BARBER SHOP COIomaI15757
1017 Monmouth Street Newport Ky
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EMERY THEATRE MONTA VISTA THEATRE
429 West Benson St 6220 Montgomery Rd
Reading Ohlo Pleasant Ridge O
NORTHERN KENTUCKYS SMITH CORONA DEALER
Phone JU 1 3006
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER RENTALS
Sold Rented Repalred New and Used
Busmess Machines All Types
BILL SEIBERTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT C0
408 York St Newport Ky Phone JU 1 3006
Phone CO 16474 Bob Enos Res HI 19324
BERT J ENOS AGEN
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
414 York Street Newport
Avoid a Loss Insure wath
A AM C HAAS
724 Monmouth St 19869
Ethical Drug Servuce
33 East Eighth Street
JU 121 4 We Dellver
MACEY S JEWELRY
DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY
N W Corner 8th and Monmouth
COlomal 15800 Newport
MCGAHA S GROCERY
FRUITS VEGETABLES MEATS POULTRY
SOFT DRINKS AND BEER
FREE PARKING WE DELIVER
3 Columbia St Newport
HE 1 8774
OTTO SPORTING GOODS
Slxth 8. York Street
o G Bnolsnl RNHNG CQMPA
Real Estate 84 Insurance Agency
Phone CO 13611 511513 York St
phone CQ 19288 NEWPORT KENTUCKY
609 York Street Newport Ky
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WILSON S MEATS
Frozen Foods and Groceries
Cholce Steaks and Poultry
2 as 9th St Newport Ky
Phone HE 19601
MAKE KRESGES YOUR HEADQUARTERS
FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES
812 Monmouth St CO 12834 Newport Ky
Best Wishes to the Class of 57
Seventh and Monmouth Streets
Newport Shopping Center
A Strong Bank Smce 1882
Qmmmwm A BERT E BATHIA Y
J 0 E G A T L I F F Slxth and Monmouth
W G LAGEDROST Owner
513 Monmouth St Phone JU 12481
719 Monmouth Street
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KRESGEG 5 a m -
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Before or After the Game Dont Forget
KENTUCKY MAYFLOWER SWEET SHOP
R E N T A T O O L O
COME WITH YOUR FRIENDS
Mrs Chester Wllluams Prop
408 E 10th Street
Phone HE 14519 Newport Ky Sodas Sundaes Sandwnches
Best VVlshesI H A R D W A R E
17th 8. Monmouth St Phone JU 1 1669
M A R S U E S HOURS 900900 Monday Thru Friday
9 00 6 00 Saturday
RA S DRESS SH
JAMES E MURP Y
Ur Mlsses and Half Sues, Tenth and Washlngton Avenue
815 Monmouth Street
JU 13650 Newport KY Offlce es
AXteI 1 2446 COIon1aI 1 2640
T V R A D STUDEBAKER PACKARD
New and Used Cars
Sales and Service
Auto Radios Repaured K O E H L E R B R O S
ywhlle U Wan, Auto Sales 81 Servlce Co Inc
DRIVE IN SERVICE
Phone HE 1 2556
Phone CO 19006 1801 Monmouth St Monmouth St Newport Ky
GRIMME CLEANERS WENDLING PRINTING
Mothproof Cleanmg At No Extra Cost WEDDING INV'-I-A-I-'ONS
HE 1 1231 Phones AX 1 1233 LATEST DESIGNS
-.733 Monmouth Sf Newport' Ky ENGRAVED THERMOGRAPHED
Beech Street Newport, Ky.
LARRY NIEMAN, Prop Phone CO 18300
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For Quality and Service Stop at
DIXIIL I IIILI
733 MONMOUTH STREET
We Sell Servlce NOT INSURANCE Compliments
After many years of business In Newport we
strll emphasize service the Service that proper
Insurance provudes Our arm IS to grve you
adequate coverage without overloadmg
We vvlll Insure your home car Iousmess etc
E S T E R A
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE
103 E 7th Street Newport
CO 1 1840
30 East Slxth St Newport Ky
K Phone CO 18331
LOUIS UTH DAIRY
U N I T E D
54 East 11th Street 916 Monmouth St Newport Ky
AXteI 1 1103
INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
MONTHLY REDUCTION HOME LOANS
NE , KY
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CH . slLvA, Inc.
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TRA , Inc.
Home Offlce 1010 Monmouth Street Newport Ky
Branch Office 14 South Ft Thomas Ave Ft Thomas Ky
Mortgage Loans and Insured Savungs Accounts
GELMAN BAKERY Inc SCHEPER
Fresh From Our Ovens to You
Doors Sash Insulation Roofmg
Dehvered IO Your Door Presdwood Mouldlngs Parnts
Phone CO 1 1593
6th 81 Saratoga Sts Newport Ky co I 836-I Newport Ky
Llcklng Plke at Thirteenth Street
ACME NEWPORT STEEL COMPANY
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
A SAVINGS INSTITUTION
8th and Monmouth Streets Newport, Kentucky
PHONE CO. 1 3050
VO , . -T --
Get the Best . . . Get Sealtest
S E A L T E S T
PMMCOIB723 WIEGANDS TAVERN
324 E Fourth St Newport Ky
PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER E D W A R D S F L O R I S T
0 ROSEN AUT0 SA 527YorkSt Newport Ky
518 Monmouth St Newport Phone C0 1 8384
Shadow Steaks Our Specialty
U S T es Frlgndalre Appliances
Eighth and Wemgartner Place
SUMERAL TIRE 81 APPLIANCE
RKARTS BROS CA
Eighth 8. Orchard St AIR CONDITIONED
Newpo,-1 Ky CQ 1.45134 PARTY DRIVE IN MART
Case Beer Warm CoId
Nmth 8. Park Ave Newport Ky
Phone HE 14220
GE . LES , o I ,
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BEN BOWMAN AND SON
9 East Fourth Street
Class ot 58
Congratulatnons and Best Wishes
To the Class ot 58
Thurd and Park CO 19568
710 East Rnversnde Drnve
HE 18913 Newport Ky
COMPLINIENTS OF THE GANG
JOE 8. JEFF
NEWPORT NATIONAL BANK
YOUR FRIENDLY BANK
810 Monmouth Street
Dnve In Branch 8th Sf at Orchard
Member Federal Deposut Insurance Corporation
Ixeep your group
Chartered C oarh
E c A c o 'r AND co nNotoN
NS OPTATION co
7000 L E om'
The STAFF of the 1958 NEWPORTIAN wnshes to thank all the students
and faculty of Newport Hugh School who cooperated rn making thus book pos
Our thanks go especzaly to Mr James L Cobb and Mlss Katherine E
Warren our Prlnclpal and Assistant Prsnclpal for thelr undyrng Interest and help
In arranglng schedules to make our work run smoothly
To the varlous advertisers thanks again for your faith In N HS by your
generous support Our thanks to Mr Paul Rover of Roylac Studios for de
veloplng and prrntung our efforts at photography to Pogues Photographic
Studios and Osbornes Laboratory for the class album and club psctures and
to Mr R L Walter and the S B Newman Company of Knoxville Tennessee
for the advice so freely glven and puttnng together the fmlshed product
An especial thanks to .hm Zion for comnng to our rescue at the end of
the advertising dnve and helping out so wnllzngly even though he was not
a staff member Thus ss the 1958 NEWPORTIAN your yearbook We srncerely
hope that you lake t
THE STAFF AND ADVISOR
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Abbott James 45 80 89
Adams Gordon 25
Adams Ruchard 41
Adams Shnrley 45 96 97
Addlson Jean 63
Ader Shlrley 25 26 62 72
Adkmson Charles 41
Alblce Barbara 25 60 73
Alblce Sally 37 63 66
Alford Ronnne 45 102
Allen Manan 41 94 97
Alspack Lmda 41 94
Ament Vlrgmla 37 96
Anderson J dlth 41 71 94 96 97
Arnold Becky 37 99
Arnzen Stanley 17 82 87
Arthur Freddy 1 25 60 61 6 O1
Ashcraft Anthony 45
Bacher Jamce 45 63 96
Baker Barbara 41 51 73
Balthus Vnctor 55 78
Banfueld Donna 64 96
Barbnea Janet 41
Barhorst Bonme 37 71 74 4
Barker Margaret 45
Barnett Howard 17 21 64 65 91
Barr Wullnam 37
Barton Wnllnam 45
Bastun Peggy 45 71 94 96 97
Bauer Jannce 41
Bauman Connue 41 94 96
Baumbach July 25 106
Baxter Davld 45 99
Beazley .lacquelme 25 106
Beazley Joe 45
Becker Howard 45
Beurne Maralah 37 94
Belcher G ry 21 37 64
Bell Judy 25
Bell Sandra 45 95 97
Bennett Judlth 41 94 96
Berkemeyer Los 21 41 70
Berry Leslle 41 96
Bard James 37 78
Bnshop Clyde 45
Boden Paul 37
Bohart Kay 45
Bohlunger Jen 20
Bohlmger Joann 37 64 72
Bohlmger Steve 41
Bonner Barbara 45 64
Bonner Herbert 37 82 84 B5 88
Bowles Arthur 25 62
Bowman Charles 37
Bowman Jerry 45
Bo d B1ll25 26 58 59
Boyd Jay 45 82
Bradbury Betty 25 56 62 63
9 94 97 6
Bradford Helen 45
Brady Da lene 41 60 61 92 94 97
Bra y Erme 26 78 80 B1 82 87 91
Bramel Rosemary 45 73 96
Bramel Thomas 37
Bresnauer Bonme 25 58 59 107
Brewster Mary Ann 37 63 66 73
Brnckler Charlotte 37 72 96
Brndges James 37 70 96
Brmkmann Nancy 41 94 96
Brltsch Alvm 21 45 83
Brown Cora 45
Brown Larry 41 63 91
Brusehaber Carl 45
Buck Larry 45 80
Buckner Florence 45
Burch Alma 45 95 97
Bsrch Glona 37
Burns Frank 21 45
Burton Edwin 17 82 88 89 102
Burton Harrnet 45 73 95 96
Bush Joyce 45 95
Butler Marlorle 37 63 65 70 94
Butler Shirley 37
Bybee Charles 45
Bybee James 41 O
Caldwell Mary Lee 17 25 53
Campbell Cathernne 41 70 94
Canada Ann 26
Carmuchael Daniel 45 80
Carpenter Wulluam 37
Case Agnes 41 96
Casebolt Carol 41
Caudnll Carol 41 63 94 9
Caylor Joann 37
Centers Martha 45
Chak Gary 41 70
Chandler Lynne 26 58 73 100
Chrlstlan Shirley 45
Clark Carol 45 73
Clark Rnchard 45
Clark Ronald 41
Clutterbuck Larry 41 102
Cob JmesL 15 53 82
Cole Kenneth 37 85 87
Co uns John 16 31
Colllver Evalyn 17
Colston Lmda 45 72 9o
Beulah 26 107
Jerry 58 78 81
Jo Ann 45
Marlorue 45 102
Courtney Arlze 37
Courtney I 41 61 73
Cranl Carolyn 37
Crawford Ruth 45
rd Shurley 26 94
Charles 41 80 89 91
Culbertson Bernice 17 62
Cummuns Wayne 58 59 62
Danley Beverly 45 71
Dames Sally 41 44 92 94 97
Dameron Jay 26 34
Danuel Joen 45
Danlels Nancy 26
Daniels Roland 45 78 79 91
Dansberry Edward 36 37 70 75 91
Davenport Evangellne 45 64 97
Davns Dale 37
Day Donald 37 49 70
Day Sandra 45
G V 63 78 9
Lucsle 26 62 64
Mary 45 96
Robert 26 62
Ronnie 45 80
DeBellevue Douglas 45
Deegan Wnlluam 41
Delehanty Patncna 37
Denny Charles 37
Denny Glona 21 45 9
Denso Jerry Lynn 39 5
Derrxck Mary 21 27 52 53 63
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DeSantrs Andrew 46
Duckerson Sharon 46 4 95 96 7
Donnely Dan 27
Downard Bonme 46 61 71 95 96
Drake Danny 46
Drake Hope 27
Duckworth Gaul 37 94 96
Dunn Larry 46
Durden Arnethna 73
Ebert Carol 27 57 72 93 94
Ebert Ed h 41 73
Ebert Penny 41 71 94 00
Edwards Pat 26
Egan Judy 26 94 107
Eggleston Marulynn 27 61 62
Elkms Jerome 27
Elkms Mary 37
Elkms Raymond 37
Embry Yvonne 41
Enslen Carol Jean 46
Erpenbeck Kenneth 24
Estepp Betty Jean 46
Eubanks Norman 37
Eubanks Ruth 27 60
Ewmg Elwood 46
Ewnng Nancy 27
Faranda Fred 46
Farrar Daryl 46
Farrar Marvm 41 87
Feltner Raleigh 46
Fennell Robert 46
Ferguson Gene 27
Ferguson Mary Ann 46
Fnelds June 66
Foscher Charculla 46
Fnscher Dennus 37 70
Fletcher Sondra 46 73 95
Foge Ralph 26 27 31 56
Forester Melda 39
Foss Paul 41
Franzen Jum 46 65
Fredenck Janet 28 32 52 58 59
Fryer Alnce 41
Gabbard Wllllam 46
Gableman Harold 46
Gadd Harold 37
Gadd Phyllis 37
Garner Gladys 17
Gasklns Drew 46
Gemmer Nancy 37 73
Gemmer Tom 42
Gerhardt James 46
Geverts Joann 17 36
Gubson Wardell 42 52 92
Gnfford Melton 46
LII nan 13
Gllbert Jlm 42 B2
Glllesple Beverly Sue 42
Gnllum John 46
Glacken Ella 28
Goodall Tom 46 70
Gordon Orval 37
Gossett Lmda 46 95 102
Gray James 46 B0
Gray Gypsy 17
Graydon Stanley 38
Gregory Dona 38 94 96
Grlfflth Audrey 46 95
Griffith Mary 46
Gnffuth Nancy 28 61 64
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Gruggs Beverly 42
Gngsby Jackle 38
Gnndstaff Arlene 28 64
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Haggard Lyle 17 63
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Lewls Ann 42
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