Newton High School - Newtonia Yearbook (Newton, IA)
- Class of 1945
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Published by the Students of
NEWTQN HIGH SCI-IQQL
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.1944-1945 Yearbook sfgtf 5' it
Co-Editors - -
Faculty Editors -
Senior Editors -
Activity Editors -
Athletics Editor -
Classes Editor -
Ioyce Parker and Mary alice Kling
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- Ioe Robinsdfx
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Lelah Rucker and Myra Iean Smith
- Helen Carrier and Rhea Dow
- Iane Dunn and Maye Shrum
- - - Dwight Rohrdanz
- Lois Ann Morris
- Iudy Baird
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We present to you the 1945 Newtonia
yearbook. From its pages vivid meni-
ories and pleasant experiences will
be relived. We have dedicated the
content to more pictures of school
life and students. As you journey on
through life, you will be able to re-
capture your high school days through
this pictorial review.
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The War has emphasized the need of a more than adequate education. This young man,
Leroy Nelson, who is receiving his diploma, had not finished his high school work when he
left for the service. On his return to civilian life with a medical discharge from the service and
credits for the work done in the Army, he had enough credits to entitle him to his diploma.
With this endorsement he left for Stout Institute to continue his vocational education in tool
making which he started in our own school before he was inducted. Other soldiers will be
coming back from the War for further training in medicine, law, agriculture, dentistry, busi-
ness, engineering and in the skilled trades, The years after the War will see more Americans
than ever before availing themselves of the limit of the educational advantages of this coun-
Each boy and girl in high school now must meet the returning soldier in friendly com--
petition for the positions of trust and responsibility in the post war years. lt can only be done
by adequate educational preparation.
High school graduation never meant as much before as it does now. lt is also true that it
never meant so little, because without additional Work beyond the high school courses, boys
and girls will find themselves handicapped in the competitive life of the post War years. With
the broad background of studies in mathematics, English, science and social sciences, plus
vocational training and participation in the arts which our students receive, the graduates of
the Class of 1945 should have the background that makes it possible to go ahead with assur-
ance in the quest for further training. Good luck.
B. C, Berg
HAROLD A. LYNN
Affeciionately known as 'lPep", Mr. I u 1 I
lynn is a familiar figure in his gray Prmmpal OfSeH1OfH1ghSCh001
fznitzs and blue sweater in the halls ot
Newton High. Forerunner of pep meetings, he is a staunch supporter of high school athletics.
lin enthusiastic spectator of all sports, Mr. Lynn participates in bowling and volley ball at the
He is a member ot the Rotary ot which he has been the President in the past. He enjoys
all forms of "good" music and relaxes on Sunday evening listening to the HQSQ-of Charm.
The Saturday Evening Post, Readers' Digest, and all educational magazines a 'Q ri his read-A
ing list. Some of his summer occupations are teaching civics and tending his we -kept garden.
He takes an active and sympathetic interest in individual students and receives a great deaf
of satisfaction in helping them succeed.
Mr. Klcriber was: born in Berlin, Wisconsin. He received his high school education in
Omni, Wisconsin, and took his undergraduate work at Lawrence College in Appletown, Wis-
cfiiifzin fle received his Masters Degree at the University of Missouri and started work
toward his Doctor's Degree there. Before moving to New-
FREDERICK HKLEIBER ton in August l944, he Was superintendent of schools
Principal of Iunior High school at Sully. His hobbies include camping and athletics. He
and his wite have a Cocker spaniel named Toby. His
chiet goal is to serve the best he can in the interest of the
greatest number of pupils. His favorite motto is "interest
is the soul of study." He is affiliated with the Methodist
Church and is a member ot the Kiwanis Club. He is also
Scout Master of Woodrow Wilson School.
MRS, EDNA BESTOH
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Mathematics, Iurlior Hiqh Cooch Supervisor of Physical Education
MRS, WILMA FORSHAY CLIFFORD E, GULLETTE
World History Social Science, He-od of Deportmcnt
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LUCILLE NASH PHYLLIS NELSON
Commercial Social Science
MARIORIE PERRY NEVA PETERSEN
Social Science Home Economics, Head of Department
ELIZABETH POLLGCK HILDRED POTWIN
Social Science Enghfsh
KA'I'HYRTII"JTI HAMSFY ALICE P REED
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English, Newtonian Advisor Dromotics, English
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BOARD OF EDUCATKDN
'l'li0 liofrrd ol lfdaicotion Serves to mcrirrtoriri cmd Corry oirt tlio ploris cmd policies ot tlio
f1l1l'1llCiiClIOOlf'SlllIOllCJllOl1llllC Comrriirriity. Mozribers of tlie Newton Boord ore well dcqiroiritod
wrtli tlio rwroliloirisa rrrid work of tlio scliool. Mr. N. E. Molle-ck Servos os presidorit, ond Mitra
lfvlrr liifalrori 1:1 tlio :socrotory ol tlio ldorrrd. Mr: A. Fi, llindorfl Crcts os iroosirror. Otlior ldoord
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College Prep. "Pat"
Vlnss Svvlw-tzury 4. Ili-lin Mu IN-ltn Il, 4.
llc-lmtv 2. Girl RUSUFX'l'S'flllJllY'l'lltlll 2.
Si-rri-tairy 2. Re-porter' il. Yvurliouk 4.
Ifraati1'e ability .voiipleil with intelli-
College Prep. and Commercial
May I"i-tv I. First Girls' Glvv l"li1h 2.
Si-vn..al Girl! Glev Ululi 1, Mixed
Cliorus 4. l'l'llll1' Ev. flllllj 1.
N01 lou Iallratire, but nice.
Grniliizitimi ri-qliii'i-lm-rits ini-uinpla-tc.
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2. Mixed Uhnrus 1. 2. Sl, 4. Svxtvi 1
22, Il. Triple Trio 4. "Ki-il Mill" 3
Happy, friendly, and rnusiral.
'I'raiisfi-r from lmvns High School 2
pleasant to everyone.
Her quiet and IlI1!IS.S1lNlli71g ways are
Commercial and Industrial "Aw"
Stuili-nt Uciiliivil 1. l"ootlniil l, 2. IZ, 4
flr-tts-1' 4, 'l'r:u-k l. -2. llnskvtlmll l.
Hoya film- 1 luh 1. Mlxe-il thorns l, J.
Teri 6l1If'l'IIlliIIS others and has a gum!
time doing it.
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onil Girls' Glu- Vlllll 2. Girl Ili-sq-l'vi-5
-Piihlivity flllillflllilll Il, Yvzirliuok Il,
4. Newtonian Ni-ws Il, 4-lvttn-1' tl.
flttracliife. neat, and fall of fun.
'llI'tlllSfl'l' from Mingo High Si-lionl 4.
We appreciati' her vnopcralilic and
Ruth M. Barcus
fll'l'll0Ai1'il 1, 2, Zi, -1. Girl Iiosvrvvs.
Willing to help out whenever shefs
Trzivk 2, It-le-tier 3.
Ronald has served in the Navy for
quite a while.
Girl Iii-si-rvcs. l
Srhool l108SH.f bother liar--and
neither flaws her gunz.
Maxine Binegar Louise Blom
Hoinernaking "Seenie" Commercial
Girl lin-si-l'x'1-N. First Girl! Glvi- Vliili 22. Girl lin-M-rim.
Thr' ullllvlir' fyllf' lfilll ll l'lH'1'ffI1f Ill-r Sll't't'fI1l'.V.Y mlrfs In lwr rlignily.
l.lCl1'1CI MGC Bowie Robert Brqyton
COllf'Q'P PVCP 'lEClf'liC" Industrial "Bob"
Nlnp l"u-tv l, Girl ll:-54-l'x'4-5, Ni-wlmliai 'I'rgqi-lg 24 lfunllvzlll Il,
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Grville William Bunker Dorothy Mae Bunse
College Prep. "Doc" Commercial "Dottie"
Gult' l. In-lmtn' I. Si-1-mul Girls' Glen- lllllli l. 2. Girl Ili--
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l',w'rw:ru' llkvx f'fl'lllt' mul his llllll' V .-
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lizlskvtlnill l. 11. Il. I ln-ttvl' Ii. l.
lfmillmll 2, Il--l4-ttvr 13. il, 4. .twist
:int Onan-li tn Soplimimri-s l. 'I'r:u'k Z..
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'l'r:mst'n-r from Vulfiix llii:li Svlmul Cl,
llvltu Mu ll1'll2l -1. lhiskiitluzlll Sl, Ur-
vlu-stra 4, lizinil Il, 4.
Silcnr-r' v.x'prf's.wfl through nzusir.
Helen Louise Carrier
Commercial and College Prep.
Flaws lim- l1'r1-sirli-ntl Il. lli-ltzi Mui
l. Slug' l"1-tr I. lhiml l. ll. ilfl'l'1'hl-
mls-nt 23. Urvlu-strsi 2. Girl lin-sn-i'xw-N.
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l.v,1lIl'Illfllfl. fllI1'll'l'lI, and rullfirlvrll.
IM-ltii -3, bl. hillllilllllflillli Ilia-1-r lie-zulu-1'
Yvurlmnk Sl, 4711-tti-r 4. Se-nior liwli-
Botty Lou Butler
Many Fr-tv 1. Girl lla-M-i'x'vs.
lfvlly IIIIX luv' ir1ts'l'e'xlx oulxirlr' of
College Prep. "Cecil"
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mln imlr'p4'l1rlr'r1l rrrislnrrrll: ll1lllf'1il'K
wlninz his vrirfrgy.
Si-1-oiul Girls' Gli-v t'lulr l. 2. Girl liv-
Ulrliging. l'flI'Hl'Sf. um! zvfllous.
Industrial and Commercial "Bob"
Willy is II Ihealvr more allrarlfre
College Prep. "Do-nuts'
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1. Gulf 2, 31, -telvttvi' Il. 4. Fillllllilll
.I, 4. liuskvtlrull 2. Il. N..K.II.S. Il. 4.
-1-lufstru Z.. liunrl I. 2. 3fI'rs-siilviit
"The brain" nf Ihr' senior rlnss who
finds time for flanking and fun.
Muyv F1-tv I. tiirl liosi-iwos. Iloiui- Ev.
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Laugh aml Ihr' world laughs uiilh
Mixi-cl Chorus 1, Ulm- Club l.
at the Y. M.
Mayo Vols' I. Iiaml 1. 2. lf. Girl Rm--
Harriet liked lo play hor horn in
College Prep. "Peaches"
'I'r:insl'4-r from Mrlillffvy Higli Sr-lmol,
Oxford, Uhin Il. Mixed Vhorus 3, 4.
"Ri-fl Mill" 55. Buys' Iifuilvlv Quarlutts-
22. 4. Lilurslry Ululi 4.
.lust downright lilfeallle.
Rhea Ver Iean Dow
Commercial and College Prep.
IM-ltu Mu llvltzl Sl. 4, Muyv Foto I
llnml l. 2. Il. Girl Kosc-rvos. Hmm- lilr
Ululi l. "Suu Up" Il. "Junior Miss" 4
'Flu-spiuus 4. Yvarhonk Il, 4-le-tier 4
Si-uiur ldrlitur 4. Quill und S4-roll -4.
llcpenzlahle, cheerful. and sinccrv
lzul a bil of a warrior.
College Prep "Ionic"
May F1-tv l. Ullvvr Ilvurlvr I. Mix:-il
Vhurus l, Girl Rc-sorvvs. Yvzlrluuik Sl,
4-lot-ta-r 4, .Xi-tivity Eilitor 1. "Car-
rlimil Rs-view" 4.
fflervr and iudepenrlelzl with a care:-
College Prep. "Vickie"
Studi-ut lfougrvss 2. Delta Mu Dvltu 4.
May Foto I. Mixr-ll Chorus 1, Zi, 4.
Girls' lloulilv Svxtict 1. "Rod Mill" Il.
Girl Rcservvs-Rvportvr 2. "Junior
Miss" 4A 'Phespinus 4. Nvutfmiu Nvws
22. Sl. 4-l'o-Editor Il. 4. Quill und
Sr-roll 1, lu-tier 4. '
Vl'fS!IlllC and talentefl with that Cer- A
Don. left last fall and entered Ihv
Nauyg IUCSUIT missed him here :mil
Studi-ut Vuuilril I. Sluyi- I"vl1- l. Mix:-ll
flllllflls l. 2. Girl Iii-sm-1'vs-sf'I'rvusur-
Ol' 4. Ilruum- Er. Vlulr l. "Suu lip" Il.
U-lllllllll' Miss" 4. 'lllu-spiuns ZS, 4.
Uvtlyfs jswsonfility' r1r'1'rm1pl1'slw.s lurr
.NUlI1'lllIlllI1l anrl il1lc'1'c.vli'1l in ap.
l"u0llmll fimlll1lll2lQl'l'lS lc-ttvr Cl. Mix:-il
Chorus 2. Il. -4. liuys' lmulvlv Qimrtet
Il. -1, Buys' film' illllll I. lillllll 4.
"Young 'llau with a Horn."
l-flildrocl lfden Norma lean Eldred
llvllii Nlii Ili-ll.: I, Si-vuiiil Girl! Gln-v Blix:-il l'Imrlm I, Girl Iii-svrvi-s, Ni-xv
l'liili 15, Slim--I Vlmrus l. 17. I. Girl tmiizi News Smfl' Il.
Ili-xi-iw.-N 11, Il, I "Yun 4':ili't 'I':iIw Il
nllwrlys limlring loururzl Ilic' SlIll'I-I
XYIIII Yiwu" I "ICi'4I NIIIIH Il.
xiili' nil lliings.
.,Ill'lIll'l'll ffm pliwwllllli' l'lll4'llIll-II livr-
xviiiifim lfdwrircl iiiiioii Donna lemme Engle
Illfllllllllfll UHIIIM Colnlrlerciol
1 - Si-I-iiiiil Girl! Glu- 4'IilIi I, 2. Girl Ili'-
Ilnwlwllvsill I, .L I Ii-Ili-r Ir I'1mlIi,iII
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1w1':'11l liifs llimrglilx.
'lack Farris lolin Fl, Fay
Inrliimirial College Prep. Hlohrmy
Ili' :rim 14'1'll-lil.1'fl flin-mg liiy ,yhiirr lflffun, rival. ulul nn! xu lull.
:In ull-ruunrl ullllvtv will: rnnfiili'n41'.
Gene Ferguson l I ' '.
Slumli-nl llminvil l, Stull:-nt Vuiigri-se
13. liziskviliull l, 12, ZR, -lefln-He-r il, Font
Iuill l, 2. Il, JJI4-Hi-1' Cl. 4. 'I'l':l1'k
squzul l, 2. II -I-Iviti-r Il, Mixvil
Si-rouil Girls' Glvi- I'IuIi 12, Nlixi-il
l'Iiurux 12, Il, 4. 'l'ripIi- 'l'riu I, Girl
Ift'hl'FY4'5'I'l'Ug'l'illll 4'li:iirm:ni Il. Many
Hen' is llvfllllj' in .'Hl'l'f'fIll'SS mill
Girl Iii-si-i'vn-s, May Feta-, I.
l2'lllllI4'.S lnlx of fun anil lil.-es it, ffm
College Prep "lerry"
Ihuys' Gln- I'Il1Ir I Ll.
His xlfz'Ii'l1i's un' nmsl llIlt'l'l'Sll.lly In
Commercial and "Sal
Si-vnml Girl! Glw- Vluli I, Girl liv-
si-rvi-N, Ni-wluliizi Saliva Stuff 19,
Sullyfv fflllI,i'I1P'SS llllll rrmilirl .slulv
nwnls llllll' f'.v111lrl1'slIe'1l lrvr.
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Many F1-tu l. Girl lh-s111'v1-s. H111111- IC1-
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Commercial X "Rich"
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College Prep "Bob"
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Betty lean Hood
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Many F1-tv l. l'l:x111l l. Girl Reserves.
l"1'1'e111ll-V llllll 1lffflll'flAlV6'. slw 11l1L'11vs
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'Dale Henry larnaqin
F11otlmll 2, Mixed flll0l'lIS 2. Boys' tile-0
lllllf' is 111111: .wrliing his 1'111111lry.
Mary lo Grieloeling Roscoe Hallam
College Prep "Io" Commercial "Rocky"
lleltzi Mu llvltii 4. May l"n-tv I. Girls' BUYS' UI-H' lllllll l- 4"l""'Nl4l""' 4-
llnulrle- Sevtn-I l. Mixml Chorus 1, Zi, 5llN4'fl Vllflfllh 4.
giqlllllril'1lSlJll,l',ll:ZlJ' U111'e you lrnow l1i111. V1111 will fiml
"Junior Miss" 4. Nvwtuliiu N1-ws 55, 4 1ll"fl Illlll lllllllllf.
flvllvl 4. fll'l'11lll0l' 4. Quill :l111l
ffre11I1'11f' 1'.'11er111ess 1'11111b1'111'1l 1111'.'l1
1'11ll111si11x111 11111l 11'11x111'11r1l111111xx.
Industrial "P te
e " Agriculture
lizlml l. Mixed 4'l1n1'l1S l. l1'I"X " 'l
l"il'si Girls' Ulm' illllll l. Girl ll
I l'IIIl llllflll-Y Il'lIl.f 111 sw' i7lIIl.l'lI1!".
I Illlllll 111 lw Il jIlfIIIFl'.
11- 'llI'2ll'k I
I 1l1111'l 'llllll 111111'l1 In 11'11rry' 11l11111t.
H n-1, Iwf-tru I, Hirl Il:-N e-v' is-5,
,lllsl flllfl' luv' ll linnlr mul XIII'-S rw:-
Trade arid Irifluzztrial 'lCliicl:"
Iioyx' Iiln-If Vlulr I. 11, rl l.iIxl':il'i:iii I.
Xlixu-nl l'Iim'us I Uri-Ii:-Ntrzi I. 22,
Ilw lrnllrv l14'll Ifnl llvxilrs lt'I'.Xlll'l'.
I just llUll.l lilci' In lzlli' in rluss.
College Prep "Whitey"
Ilzixlutluill I. Ifmnlmll I, Ihuliil Ll, I
.-I II!s.wuriun mlm ll -lllx !u lu' .wmv-
nm' lxr-xialvx IIIIIIXUI-I.
IVIGTY Alice KIIUQ Thelma Klirigaman
Colleae Prep and Commercial Commercjgl "TinIcy'l'
Simi:-nl Vmim-il I -Yin'-I'i'i-rirlvlil. Girl R',M,.U,g'
NIIIIIPIII Vuvigiw-M Ll, Flaw Swrw-1:ii'5 L', I
llvllfi NIH IIUIIH 35. I- NIM' WI" I- Iiifl Tlivlnln IS .xlmrl mul Iullllzv.
. I ,V-, . A, ,. .1
Ih-X1-ru-N 'I'x'1-:uiirn-r Il. .inniml Nlrifl'
I I Kulvliul I lnllel I Quill ual
,4lnl1iIfn'i.w unrl rl1'p4'rulrll1lr'. NIH' .wls
nn! In Ju lI4'l' lwsl,
Robert Knopf Mildred Krioil
Commercial College' Prep "Skeeter"
'l'r:niat'vr from I'i-rry High S4-Imul, In-Im Mu In-Im II, -I, Y:nIwIi+-turiiiri,
I, . . . II..K.K. Ilisiury lllvilul Il, Huy I"vIv I.
Wim' I f"11f'I"""5f'-V 'f'H""Iz3'- First liirls' Illi-ni l'liiIi 2, MINI-cl I'Imrus
I, II, 4. "Rn-ll Mill" Il. Girls' Iiulllilv
Svxlvt I. Girl Iii-m'l'Ym-s. Yviirlmuli I.
Xu-wluiiizi Ni-ws SI, 47I'IiliIm' -In-li-Iii-i'
4. Quill :mil Svrnll 4, "4':il'iIin:il live
Har scfrinus f'oru':'rilrulinn un slllzlv-
ing liux I'l"ll4lIl'l!f'll luv' Sl',I0lllXfl'I'
General Koger William Krieaer
'l'i'nlisI'e-rr:-il to Vain Nm-ilyw, I':1IiI'ul'ni:i. Industrial
nu,-S' i:i.-.- vim. 2,
,4 xlmrl lnlmul ull4'ui'x .vi-wr: 1Ifil'l.l1Q
Delmar L, Laripliier Lorraine Lariiz
Agriculture "Lampwick" Commercial "Peachie"
I"ootIi:iII I. LE. Ii. -I. 'l'r:u'k I. 2, Zi, AI. Virxl Girls' film-4-I'lilIu12,
ys' GI4-v l'IuIu 1, , , A H
V , U I .She fimls runny lIIft'l'l'SfX uulxnli- uf
lziferyamf l1f1llIlfl'S this su-ell lvllmf' 5,-1,,,,,l. '
with lhe hes! of hubilx.
'Lloyd Robert McKinney
College Prep "Mac"
Football 1, 2, il. Buys' G14-il f'lub 2,
In sfiwzre his nbilily Vllllll he lwul.
Home-making Industrial "Bob"
First Girls' Glu- Club 1. Girl Re- Gin? muh 1' 3.
Pleasing tu lrnow.
Beryl W. Layton
lizuul 1, 2.
He is cooperulive and likes oufrlzmr
Mzijm'vtl4- LZ, 13, Girl Iii-sn-i'x'es. Many
Nellie is surh nice UUIIIIIIIII-Y.
Velma Marie Longren
First Girls' C109 Club 1, 2, Girl Rf--
se-rves, May Fvtv 1.
She is nlways smiling.
First Girls' Glue Club 1. Girl Reserves.
Her quick smile malfes her n pleas-
liuskc-tbull Ii. Tran-k Il. Nvwiouiai News
Stull' J, 4. Y--urbunk. Hfll'lI'1llllh,l R0-
Originality, writing, mul printing fire
his spvrinl nttninments.
Bob is tnll nnrl always happy.
Flu-4-1' Ln-udur -1. May Fetu I. Girl R6-
svlwes-Kelmrtvr 2. Tlwspialu Club Il
4. "Junior Miss" 4. "Suu Up" 3. An-
nuul Stuff 2. fi, 4. Library Club Il
lla-lm Mu Delta -1,
Beauty, originalily nnrl sinrerity nrz'
1'I1l'fllIllJ!ISSPIi in ber lIf'I'SOIl1llll,V.
"Richard O. 'Lloyd
fl. 4. Yi-urbuuk. "f'ur4liu:1l Re-vivw" 4,
Simplr' nnrl helpful in his own mun-
She never interferes with the plans
Many l"i-Iv I, Gr'-In-sim 12. Girl Rv-
s4'l'YOS. llomq- ldv. Vlulr l, Yi-ul'lumk 4.
Quivl mul pl:-usirig. lm! krmrrs 'wr
Elizabeth lane Meyer
Sha- ix friwmlly' final lihfnw ffll'lllll4V
Studs-ul I'ouuril I. Studs-nt flririgru-ss
15 l'l'4-siwlo-ui, lh-llu Mn lh-lin fl.
l".l",.X. I, 2. "You llanlfl 'l':iki- ll XVIIII
llilrllfgvlrl. 1'nnp4'r1llfrf', unrl IIUIIIII-
Mary Helen Merrill
Many lf:-tv I. lianurl l, 22, il, 4. Ori-livstru
2. JS, I. Girl Ke-si-i'vm-s.
lfrzrrzffsr rrnrl !'0l1S!'ft'lll0llS in ull lzvr
Betty Lou Minear
Nlaiy l"1-lv I. Sa-vminl Girls' Glvl' Clllll l,
11. IZ, Nlixa-rl Ulmrus I, Girl lil-sm-rvvs.
Tnrnquililr is an IIIIIIIIAFIIIIIQ' uxxvl.
Ile' rrpplivx lrilnxeflf ri-ell ru his rlulicw.
Lois Ann Morris
llvlln Mu lPvlI:l 4. liziuml 2, .I, 4. l'II'Hl
Girls' Glvv l'luli. Girl lh-svi'x'rw-N
'l'l'l'IISIIl'!'I' 4. Y4':Il'lu'ok Cl. -1--lvlivx' 4.
Class :ru-l Suzlpslmi limlitur -I. Quill :I ml
Umf of tlrnxe' swell "frills" mlm u'rml.s
In lu' ll x1'iwir'a' Iz'm'l1e'r.
Xluy l"1'ln- l, Iliwflie-sli':i I, 2. ZS. llllxuzl
Ulmrux I, G irl lim-sl-i'vl-s, ll0IlII' lllv.
Vluli I, 11, SI, 4.
You IIIIIYIUYS krmu' Il'1ll'Il liuix ix
Ulziss '1'l'I'IlNllI'I'l' 4. llvlln Mu lh-lin JI,
fl. Mixn-il Gliurus Zi, 4, Nuys' Glvv Clulr
lrilvlligwif, xefrinux. uml rwrrllv fur
' Page III!
Martha Ann Morrison
College Prep "Marty"
Stull:-ui Cuuun-il l. May Fm-Iv I, lla-
jure-III' l. 2. Sl, Nlixml lllmrlls IE, 4.
Girl lie-svl've-s. Yi-urlmnk 4,
llcrvfs flu' lriml of frieml In luuu' -
lllltl tn IW.
Howard Charles Nicholson
'l'ru4'k 22, Il. ll ln-II:-r ZS. l'mullr:ill 4'-
lvtivr 4. "You I':uu't 'l':ikv ll Willa
You" I. "Y--ry liiglit llrigaulvn 2.
"Sun Uri" Ii, 'I'ln-spiim Uluh 11, II, 4.
Full nj ilu' "alll lYirlr".
Vluss 'l'r1-zusura-r Il, Mayo FMP I. Baud
il. Il. 44-fhilnranriiin Il. Girls' Glu-4' Club
I. Girl lil-sf-l'vos. YI-:irlvook CI. 4flc-Hex'
4. 4'u-lflrlilur 4. Quill ziml Svrull -1.
llvr xmili' rvflvrls hvr l',lf'f'ffllHIlf'SS,
Football 4-Manugefs letter 4. Boys'
Glee Club 1.
Dwight is serious at the righl mo-
Football 2, 3, Cheer Leader 1, 4-
Captain 4. Boys' Glee Club 1. "Jun-
ior Miss" 4. Thespian Club 2, 3, 4,-
What a rheerlearler aml enlerlainerl
Ioseph S. Robinson
College Prep "Toe Duck"
Cheer Leader 4. Basketball 2-Mnnrw
ger's letter 2. Football 2, 3. Track 1,
2, 3. Mixed Chorus 1, 2. Debate 1, 2.
"Junior Miss" 4. Annual 3, 4-Busi-
ness Manager 4. Newtonia News 3, 4.
"Good old Joel'-what more coulzl
we say without writing a book.
Transfer froxn Sully High Sehool. Girl
An efficient 1'lz'rl.' who l'!l'lU'YS a glfwrl
lleltn Mu Delta 4. 'Tl':u'k 1, 2. Foot-
bnll 1. Mixed Chorus 2. IE, 4, "Rell
V H . i . t ., , .
Mill .L Boys hlee Club I, ... lmys
Double Quurlet 4.
A regular fellow wilh lals an lhv
College Prep "Louie"
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. Home Ev. Club
Lois prefers the zlnnlestiz' aris.
Student f'uunvil 1. 'l'rnr-k l, 2. 2S,f-l1-t-
tn-r 2, IS. lizxsketlmll l, 2, IL Footb:lll
1. 2, 4, N..X,H.S. Cl, 4.
Alhleliv mimleil hi' 141111115 Ia lu' a
Xlll'l't"SX in life.
College Prep "Pudge"
Norma l'IIflll'S Ihr' llfv nf Ihr farm.
College Prep "Potts"
Trnnsfer from Ill-ntrul High Srhool,
Iluluth. Minnesota 3, Ileltu Mu Delta
4. "l'zi1'dinal Review" 4.
Ralph keeps Il lot to himself, but
what he 'lovs offer is more ihan
Delta Mu Delta 4. Football CS. 4-leb
ter 3, 4. '1lI'Zll'k fi. N..X.H.S. 25. 4. F.l1'.A.
Buys' Give Clllb 1.
His main aim in life is to he a
lnililtllilll 2, 3, 4'lVlilllil,g'l'l'lN letter 11.
liaisketbzill 1, fi. Trnvk 1, 2, 4.
Yunill appreriale his wil,
Football 1, 2, 3. Boys' Glee Club 1.
Yearbook 4. Athletics Editor 4.
Enjoyable aml clever, Dwight rloesrfl
Comiriercial and "LC-1'
Klziy I"1-l1- I. Sluwln-ut l'1111114'il I. Nluf
nl--111 1'u111:1'---N 12 Ihltu Mu In-II11 JZ, .I.
Nliujixru-Ilv 2, il. -1. 4ii1'l lies:-1'x1-N Yin-
I'1'vwi1la-11t Il - l'1'1-siilu-nl -I. IIn1111- l'l1-,
Vlulr I, 13. Il S1-4-1'vt:11'y I l'1'1-siiln-nt
11. liil ': 'y 1'l11l1 It, -I S111-1'1-!111'y It.
Yvnirlffml. il, -I I1-tts-1' -I. Quill :11.1l
f,'ur1ge'ni11l. .1ll'f'1'l. mul llIll'llf'l'llllll
shr ncuvr leaves a task incomplete
I,l'll'lIl,lf ll rm ix IIIIIVII mum' fun llmn
lh-lmlf' l. llirl IC1'S1'l'Y1-Q,
ll'.v lmrfl In lrll 11'l1uI she' in lllllllilflg.
Dorothy Mae Sabin
I4:1111l 2. ft, -X. liirl lf1'Sl'I'Yl'S.
Sha' likrfl lwr rl11rim'l.
'l'1'111'ly I. 2, It. -I I1-Ile-1' 11, Il, -1. NJN.
ll.S SI, -I.
llis lll,llQ'lll' ulrilitx is lllIlNl1lIl1llll,L' in
l"1mll1:1ll l. -1-flxl2IIIIlKl'I"S lvltvr 4.
lS:1sk1-tlmll I, 2, 35. 'l'r111-Ii I, 29.
"Rim" 11l11'11,1'.s 111l1lx In lliz' a'r011r1l'x
Rosemary Sellers Willa Loo Shoemaker
Commercial "Rosie" Commercial and "Willy"
. Gtr! IC1-sm-1'x'1-S. College Prep
, .. A31-'.. lxy. ' I- h WH
lIv1'nIvs lots of lime In Plljllylllg l11'r- Nlf3m.jlf:v' Ls,n,Hll.lxlXmlulf l:gll7iNl Psllil
.Wlf llllll llf'r frl1'llllS. 1l1-111 4. Y1-:11'l1m1lc 4.
This 1lnn1il1u1e ,Il'llllf'lll' rmi lulfe
run' nf lwrself.
JJ' MGYG Shfllm Verlin Slycord
erCiOl Industrial "Doc"
'N Many IN-tv l. Mixn-ml fllIOI'IlS -I. S1-ruutl Buys' 441,10 Ulub 1' 2.
I 1:11 111.-U 1111111 1. 2. 1111-1 in-serves.
Ilo 11- lisa Ululr 2, 1t4S1-1'1'e-mry 3.
N4-1't1111i:1 N1-ws SI, 4. Yi-u,1'l11mk SI, 4f ff
lvllvr 4. :Xvlivily liililor 4,
ller friemlllv, llll'll.WlIIl llI..Yl70XlflUll is
Myra lean Smith
Commercial and "Ieanne"
Sliule-nt Coiigrvss 2. D1-lin Mu Dvltu 4.
Muy F1-tv 1. S111-111111 Girls' Glee Club
I. 12 - S1-1'r1-t:11'y 2. Girl Iit'Sl'I'Yt'S1S0-
1-int f'I1:1ir1n1111 1S!S1-rvive Chiiirmnii 4.
IIQ1111- H1-. 011111 2, II-S01-rotary 2. Li-
lrrury Ululr Ii, -I-l'1'usi1I1-lit 4. Your-
Imuk Il, I-I1-H1-1' -I. Quill null S4-roll 4.
l"11ill1f11l to Ilie job anrl well quali-
fier! for ull llw many llIlVl,ll.V .vlie
lfuxlifnl lrnl friemlly.
Ul'I'lll'NII'lI. 1, 2, 3.
Srlmnl jus! llUl'SII.l rmnpnre to some
James is small and dark anrl is in-
Tran-k 1, 2, 3. Glue Cluh 1, 2-Prvsi-
ch-nt 1. Buys' Gln-u Clull 1, Mixml
Hunting and flying are .lay's main
May Fete 1. Second Girls' Gln-e Club
3. Girl Reserves-Publicity Chairman
Near in nppz'aranf'0g pref-ise in man-
Studednt Count-il 1. Class SOC'l'P11ll'y 3.
Football 1, 2. Ii, -I-letter 2. 3. 4.
Basketball 1, 2. 12, 4-letter 2, 3. 4.
Truck Squaul 1, 2, Iifletter 2, 3.
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. Mixt-Ll Chorus
1. 2. "Sun-Up" 3.
His stature and his initiative enalnlwl
him to excel in sports.
'Vern L. Soderlolom
liusketlmll 1. l".l1'.A. 1, 2, fl.
Very slwrl with a u'Ptern1inf'rl air.
Commercial and College Prep
teresterl in farming.
College Prep "Bud"
Football 1, 2, 3, 4-letter 3, 4. Bus-
kvtlmll 1, 2, It, 4-letter 2, 3, 4. Truck
1 2, Pl. 4-letter 2, 3. N.A.H.S. 2, fl,
-1. Buys' Glee Club 1, 2. Mixed Clmrus
1. 2, IS, 4-President 4. "Red Mill"
4. Minute Men It, Buys' Double Quan'-
ll'1 Il, 4.
He is willing to rlinide his activities
between athletics anzl niusir, arul
neillier flops he slight.
'1'i':1vk. film- Ululn 1.
Ile rwuer says a Ilillfli.
Si-1-mul Hirls' Kilt-0 Vlult I 2 Girl Rv-
Siu' liax llI'I' 01171 amlriliuns anal ifl-
College Prep "Shorty"
'l'i'unsfvr from Prziiric- City High 1.
Mast people fiml liar :rays qaifv
Fimtlrzrll l, 2, Il.
Yulfll sllrrly miss lhix figure' arrmnri 'fjfmf
Srlllml. : . i'
Sevoud Girls' Glee Cub 1, 2. Mixed
Chorus Girl Reserves. May Fete 1.
A likeable girl who really tries to :ln
Donald Swanson Eunice Talsma
Colleqr: Prep "lion" Commercial
Uhr rlulfl rnu lvl us hvur IIJHII' l"'ll1' Ml' l"'l'1' 44 Ulf' lf"N""Vl'S- Nvw-
ulmul -VIH? tnnin N4-ws Il, 4,
hlllllfll' with her grnrious nmnnvr hun
lwvn uurslzrmling in lhc rnmmvr-
lirirloaru llllcn ll'l1OlI1CX'Q Bob Thorson
Connnrrrcial "l3obbv' College Prep "Skip"
I"irNl Hirl! lilw- Vinh I, Ll. Nturl:-nl l'num-il l. Vlnsx l'rvxi1l1-lit, 12,
I I, In-Itzi Mn IM-lla 4. Fuulluall 1, 2, Il,
m1 SlIllIHIllIlllflll1'l lll'llllI'lll'. 1 lf-tlvr :L 1, Truck l, 2, Zi-If-M1-r
12, ZS, lluskvlluiill I, LZ, Il, 4. N.A,II.S.
A fnilhful frivnrl who has llcsermvf
his runny honors.
Helen Toedt Velma Townsend
Commercial Commercial "Dimp"
Viral iiirle' film' Vlilln l. Sl-vnml liirls' Huy l"1-tv l. Girl Rm-eswvvs.
till-v 4'lillv I, liirl Il1-wl'vq-xf-Sc-nior , .
H,.,,,-,.,,.,,,1,,i,,. L C'llll'lIl4'SS anal r'nurc.vy ,un haml III
lI's llllfll In fiml lhrm ns ,Yf'lllll'lll' rm
Leiha Lee Treni Darlene 'l'roilcr
College Prep COliiIIiCTClC1l
Uri-ln-sirn I, 15, ll, 4. liirl lin-M-I-ws. liirl lii'M'I'H'h.
YIM? Mill' I I . l,ih'c'rl ln' lhnsf' zrhu kllllll' hvr.
.vim IS .wry un: St'HSllIll'.
Dorothy Lucretia Urias Fremeene Vgn Arkel
Commercial "Dotlic'l College Prep "Frankie"
iiifl Rl'M"'Y"N- M:n,iu'rvtIv -1. linml I, IJ, Il. Ori-hi-sim
A I-nngpnml I-rivml. l. twirl livsn-i'xvx. May Pole 1.
She' has ll romiwul mrlurv.
Elmer VCU VOOI'Sl George Vevefkc
College Prep Trade and Industrial
Ulm' Clul' 1' 2' l"m,1lrull l. 2, Bzlskvilnlll 1. Trilvk 1,
Another unc who hrrx dvpurtvrl jrorn
our halls of lvarriing fo join lhc Though hffs small and quick, hcfs
armed services. heard from.
LZ, 15 Nuys' Glow Club l.
Marjorie Lucille Woodruff
Mixed Chorus 2. Serond Girls' Glue
Club 2. Girl Reserves. May Fete 1.
A domestic senior with contentment
and satisfaction in her wltys.
Band 1, 2.
A Cheerful lad, ICIIUQS now a sailor.
Audrey L. Walker
Commercial "I. U
Majorette 2, 3. Second Girls' Glee
Club 2. Girl Reserves. Mny Feta 1, 2.
The classroom sometimes presents
trouble for her.
Delta Mu Delta 4. Football IZ-letter
3. Bftsketlmll 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 1, 3, 4
gletter 3, 4. N.A.H.S. Ii. 4. Mix:-rl
Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4. Boys' Glec Club Zi,
4. "Red Mil1" 3.
A clear thinker, who enjoys Il good
W xy 3 l .l 'ix if, 2
--In D .- .V 41
Walter is quite interested in aero-
Sevond Girls' Glve Club 2. Girl Ro-
Fayels hair is the crowning feature
of her claintiness.
Ura-In-strat I, 2. Ss-voml Girls' Glec
Ulub 1. Girl lit-svx'v0s.
This little bloncl ran lake care of
Norma lean Wilson
Delta Mu Delta 4. Orulxestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
Girl Reserves-Finzixwe Chairman 3,
Home lflv. Clull 1. May Fete 1.
.4 nire girl, loyal mul true.
Buys' Glue Club 1, 2.
Another silent figure orounfl school
but he knows the answers.
l-'uothall 1, 2, 3, 4-letter 4. Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4-letter 4, Track 1, 2, 3.
He's happy todayg heis happy to-
Best Athlete ...,.....
Best Looking e.......... ....... W illadean Lewellen ...........
Best Sport .............,........., ,...... I oyce Parker .................
Most Absent-Minded ........ ....,.. R hea Dow ..........
Most Accommodating ......... ...,... L elah Rucker .......t
Most Bashtul ..t....t..,,...... ....... F aye Wessel ................
Most Conceited ,,,,,,,,,, .,..,.. W illa Loo Shoemaker .......
Most Courteous t....... ....... M yra lean Smith .....,...
Most Dignitied ................ ....... M ildred Knott ........
Most Representative ........ ....... H elen Carrier ........
Most Sarcastic ................ ...,... S ally Gettleson ........
Most Talented ......... ....... M ary Io Griebeling .......,.
President., ......wt.. ..
Vice President ....w,,..
Yell Leaders ..........
Song Leaders .....,.
........Willa Loo Shoemaker.
.......Martha Ann Morrison.......
CLASS MOTTO: "ln ourselves, the future lies."
COLORS: Blue and Gold FLOWER: Blue Delphinium
- - - - - - - - - Iunior-Senior Prom
American Legion Hall
- - - - - - - - - Senior Picnic
Iunior High Auditorium
- Senior Farewell
- Senior Assembly
Iunior High Auditorium
- - - - - - - - - - SeniorBanquet
- Baccalaureate Services
- - - - - - - - - Senior Reception
Iunior High Auditorium
- - - - - - - - Graduation Exercises
ODE TO '45
New classes come, old classes go,
Be they large or small,
But here's to the Class of '45,
The greatest of them all!
The first six years, our Work and tears
Mingled, yet it was fun.
Iunior high days-gladness and joys,
To make our classmates one.
Freshmen!-War clouds broke! Mars awoke!
An epic not yet finished.
Through tour short years We gave our best,
Our efforts undiminished!
Where are ye, Classmates of '45
Fighting throughout the World?
Let us keep our iaith, and ever strive,
To bear our flag unturled.
And to you, classes of future times,
When the dove, o'er all, shall rule,
Strive well, strive hard, and in your minds,
Uphold the ideals of our school.
fll Ted Snook, C23 Betty Mtrtear, Q33 Willa Loo Shoemaker, Cfll Billie Lewellen, KS? Nor-
ma Wtlsxon, Q67 Rltca Dow, 173 loyce Parker, C83 Darrell Paul, C93 Werner Bumse, H07 lore
l'mm1, fllt Gordon Paltre, ll2l Betty Holloway, C137 Helen Carrier Cl4l lean Stouiler,
llbl Sally Gettleson.
4 ifaig Bedell
Mary Ann Bishop
1 Paul Bishop
Q fno picturel
Lois Bergstrom .
f orie Davis
N ' I
t .tt lane Eads
'V Erdythe Earp
ll 0541, 31' xl
Harold Nelsqn X
X .' CN
X slDale Rusk
Mary lean Santen
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TENTH GRADE BOYS
Row Eight: Maurice Wheeler, Kenneth Veverka, Mark Emmack, Warren lontz, limmie
Muilenburg, Marvin Lammers, Neal Deaton, Ronald Trotter, Paul I-lamre, loe McMasters,
Row Seven: Arthur Tratchel, E, A. Arndt, Henry Birkenholz, Phil Pringle, Frank Barrett
Delmar Nagel, Bob Long, Deane Wilson, Charles Berry, lack Carley, Carroll Hammeri
Row Six: Gerald Carpenter, lohn Leydens, Harlan Holdefer, Eldon Adams, Burton Lothe
Glenn Summer, Kenneth Elscott, Ed Hand, Burton Reynolds, Bob Yeutsy, Lowell Stewl
art, Wayne Ryther.
Row Five? Charles Adams, Donald Wickliff, Ralph Kenyon, Paul Myers, Ray Weaver
Francis Peters, Clifford Iackson, Pat Gallagher, Marvin Munger, Kenneth Schwartzfl
Marvin Simpson. ,
Row Fouri Dick Vermillion, Carroll Meyer, Bob Briefly, Allen Clinginan, Max Bell, David
Gooch, Linn Iohnson, Avery Wilson, lim Stanley, Edward McMahon, Gerald Baker,
Fred Erlandson, Don Knight.
Row Three: Ordell Birkenholtz, Dean Dickerson, Derald Hardenburg, Clinton Gifford, Fred
Phillips, Richard Baker, Don Millsap, Virgil Drumm, Delmar less, Dick Northcote, Gregory
Row Two: Ronald Bishop, Carwin Cooper, Leonard Cohn, Gene Mortley, Bob Boldt,
Esequiel Gonzalez, Clarence Davidson, Pete Roussos, Robert Harding, Maynard Flake,
Evan Heaverlo, Ronald Moen.
Row One: Lorraine Hawkins, Richard Mortenson, Dale Long, Ted Sutton, Kenneth Fleming,
Keith Schwartz, Clinton Stotts, lack Ferguson, Don Sparks, Dick Greene, Robert Richards.
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Row Eight: Beverly Switzer, Norman Turner, Luella Fay, Iris Warner, Florence Cox, Doris
Myers, Marjorie Hammer, Rosemary Guessford, Nadine Youngkin, Patricia Iontz, Patsy
Row Seven: Ruth lohnson, Shirley Kaldenburg, Donna Hulse, Gladys Lott, Margaret Van
Hall, Mary Louise less, Margaret Smith, Geraldine Otten, Dorcas Baxter, Anna Bullers,
Ruth Ann Fox, Anna Marie Pille, Dorothy Meyer.
Row Six: Dolores Terpstra, Doralea Bozarth, Billie Spillers, Marilyn Martin, Ellen Irwin,
Ioan Lekberg, Lois Postma, Edna Gorgas, Dorothy Stickler, Patricia Schlotteldt, Beverly
Chedester, Pauline Alford.
Bow Five' Glendoris Leahy, Nadine Chitwood, Louise Lewis, Betty Merritt, Merna Graham,
Bonnie Swalwell, Pauline Kling, Deloris Rusk, Beverly Vanderpol, Bette lean De Moss,
Lois Elwood, lean Davis,
How Four: Martha Mulbrook, Veva Patterson, Dorothy Baldwin, Mary Mulleneaux, Iune
Crouse, Marie Vande Weercl, Anna Lee Hewson, Betty Bader, Norma lrelan, Bonnie
Brock, Helen Miller, Kathryn Prendergast.
Row Three: Marjorie First, Darlyne McCabe, Louise Iohnson, DeLoris Gunsaulus, Sally
Broderson, Marjorie Walker, Ioan Knott, Sharon Ewalt, Peggy Ann Perry, Catherine
Row Two: Peggy Bowen, Frances Trevethan, Myrna Guthrie, lewell Raymie, Margaret Pet-
ersen, Mary Ann Lloyd, Shirley Bollhoeter, Marilyn Auten, Chrystal Parsons, Io Anne
Mackerman, Beverly Snook, Cleo Shelton.
Row One: Maxine Mahon, Bernadette Brannon, Pauline Anderson, Wanda Patterson, Ivalou
Ellenwood, Dorothy Lester, Avis Stevenson, Coleen Stevens, Elsie Springer, Ruth Davis,
NINTH GRADE BOYS
Row Eight: Bob Harper, Paul Simons, Bill Heaberlin, Bob Fisher, Bill Scott, Richard Decker,
lohn McLaughlin, Bob Pennell, Edward Harger, Ronnie Holdsworth, Paul McClelland,
Dale Turley, Raymond Crouse, Max Rabourn.
Row Seven: Larry Iackson, Dean Roussos, Paul Prendergast, Harold Wicklitf, Iimmy Esping,
Leslie Crawford, Richard Boecker, Byron Brain, Dalton Bell, Frank Herlost, Charles
Hooper, Iohn Livingston.
Row Six: Roger Taylor, Norman Filer, Bob Molleck, lack McCoy, Bernard Lammers, Harold
Mason, Daniel Spalink, Roy Iensen, Robert Campbell, Bill Laird, Donald McKinney,
Row Five: lames Wolfe, Robert Gomez, Bill Spencer, Ioe Havens, Donald Loupee, Bob
Townsend, lim Morgan, Bob Moffitt, Bill Riley, Dale Ebert, Donovan Snodgress.
Row Four: lack Mortley, Noel Moss, Bob Lister, Norman Kennedy, Ioe Nichols, George
Krieger, Richard Havens, Kenneth Peery, Richard Smith, Alfred Gonzalez, Glen Ponder.
Row Three: Floyd Gorman, Ierry Guthrie, Iimmy McMahon, Clair Calhoon, Eldo Reid, foe
Urias ,Leo Adams, David Aldridge, Dick Ward, Bill Sudbrook.
Row Two: Keith Smith, Iames Thomas, lean Roush, George Iackson, Leroy less, Darrell Town-
send, Bill Plumb, Lloyd Brown, Pat O'Roake, Bob Post, Iohn Flynn, Elden Lundberg.
Row One: Ierry McMahon, lack Nicholson, lim Stewart, Bob McVay, Iohn White, Herbert
Spencer, Kenneth Thompson, Daniel O'Roake, Bill Waddell, Dick Leydens.
NINTH GRADE GIRLS
Row Eight: Marilyn Utterback, Georgette DeMeyer, Betty Darr, Vineta Decker, Frances
Stover, Donna lean Dow, Darlene Davis, Louise Larson, Arlene Holmes, Pat Craig,
Marty Io Lorton, Ioan Lamson, Mary Iean Shaw, Ioann Denniston, Iulie Hamill,
Mary Ann Lansrud.
Row Seven: Shirley Morgan, Phyllis Earp, Ann Russell, Helen Iackson, Lorraine Merritt,
Barbara Blacker, Dorothy lllingworth, Lucille Ritter, Lois Brand, Delores Meyers, Patty
Huffman, Phyllis Davis, Ioreen McCoy, Dorothy Carter, Cecilia Iohnson, Wanda Dodd,
Row Six: LaVola Harrington, Norma Lee Clymer, Dorothy Pickering, Darlyne Tidball, Beverly
Emmack, Margaret Sumpter, Loretta Martin, Marilyn Walker, Florence Iohnson, Claire
Iohncson, Io Ann Vance, Mary Alyce Paul, Roberta Hiatt, Ladonna Toye.
Row Five: Greta Miller, Doris Dammeier, Fern Ross, Lois Montgomery, Shirley Kooistra,
Betty Main, Elma Perry, Ardelle Nearmeyer, Pat Mulbrook, Betty Sedlock, Ruth Lu Wede-
kin, Sally Baird, Betty Young, Carol Pahre, Virginia Schippers.
Row Four: Wanda Ponder, Ianis Raridon, Beverly Hansel, LeVonne Kleinendorst, lean Auns-
pach, Mary Bickell, Ioan Smith, Barbara Raridon, Iva Mae Babcock, Marilyn Talbot,
Phyllis Dickerson, Fredda Bryson, lo Ann Arbs, Marjorie Mateer.
Row Three: Wanda Harry, Patricia Kleinendorst, Ioy Burnett, Louise Lantz, Shirley Harbin,
Ramona Oldfield, Lucille Graham, Ramona Patterson, Marjorie Rodgers, Ruby Shrum,
Estella McGrath, Shirley Sprague, Alanna Forshay, Anna Mae Reed.
Row Two: Marilyn Anderson, Marjorie McNew, Rosalia Garcia, Dorothy Wessel, Marjorie
Shankland, Marie Brown, Shirley Carnahan, Patricia Damman, Beverly Rempp, Lorena
Ayres, Shirley Sutphin, Colleen Trotter, Marilyn Higdon.
Row One: Ruth Queen, Nellie Peterson, Ioyce Kreager, Betty Banks, Elveretta Walker, Stella
Osten, Ruth Blom, Iune Iackson, Rebecca Ray, Marilyn Humphrey, Shirley Cary, Etha
,l ur.- ,
Row Nine: Donald Umbarger, Barbara Sumpter, Bette Lester, George Cammack, lim Dona-
hue, Donald Rader, Robert Lint, Gerald Havens, Richard Bozarth, Vernon McCli1n,
Marie Snapp, Margaret Davis, lane Stockton, Betty Santen, Maxine Culver, Iudith
Lester, Roger Bales, Margaret Williamson, Marilyn Reynolds, Renee De Camp, Robert
Row Eight: Fred Eke, Barbara Monroe, Patricia Palmer, Betty Pherigo, Stewart Gilman,
Billy Foster, Richard Breckenridge, Keith Wasgerhol, Elvin Hardenbrook, Charles Alt-
man, Dwight Mortenson, Beverly Cooper, Betty Alltree, Morden McFadden, Dwain
Row Seven: Miriam Salmon, Leona Christen, Normalie Deere, lo Ann Kile, Donn Campbell,
Don Monroe, Marilyn Mac Nair, Margie Griggs, Louise Ellenwood, Minnie Loo Swan-
son, Colleen Revell, Phyllis Hobbs, Mary Harrington, Helen lohnson, La Verne Nids,
Bob Griffith, Ersel Anthony, Murray Bicknell.
Row Six: Barbara Weldon, Ardith lackson, Norma lean Cox, Betty Swihart, lrwin Witte,
Bob Carter, Dean Leahy, Patty Cameron, Beulah Plum, Robert McNeese, Iames Shep-
herd, Kenneth Bisom, Eugene Leatherman, Beverly Searl, Carolyn Dixon, lack Um-
barger, Carlton Shields, Charles Baker,
Row Five: ludy Weston, Helen Willits, Beverly Hartley, Lois Brown, Darwin Duminy, Robert
Patterson, Robert Larson, Harold Brayton, Clyde Gardner, Maurice Phillips, Betty Hoop-
er, Carole Mahan, Patty Gooch, Bonnie McPherren, Wilma Musgrove, Darlene Moore,
Beverly Maddy, Phyllis Marose, Clarissa Fay, lohn Max Swihart.
Row Four: Bill Spellman, Bob Perry, Ioan Welle, Darlene Vodochodsky, Connie Stoltz,
Sara lane Arends, Patty Brazelton, Carleta Hollenbeck, Susanne Grundman, Helen
Phipps, Denny LaFavre, Ronald Young, Colleen Laughlin, Frank Leydens, Loi-1
Springer, Beverly Stickney, Darlene lames,
Row Three: Fred Thomson, Barbara Cuncliff, Phyllis Cozad, Roland Carter, Tommy Upton,
Robert Terris, Phyllis Oswalt, Marjorie Kimler, loAnne Hill, Beverly Craig, Roma
Cooper, Alice Humes, Leola Kingery, George Myer, limmy Van Epps.
Row Two: Mary Albee, Ioyce Trotter, Ioanne Trotter, lean Farland, Patty Stacey, Rosanne
Morgan, Betty Babcock, Ioan Howell, Peggy Pherigo, Deloris Lloyd, Laura Mae Young,
Patty Wymore, Hazel Molson, Bradley McMain, Ronald less, Bob Stewart, Ir. Chedes-
ter, Bob Spencer.
Row One: Tommy Schermerhorn, Bud Davis, Billy Rogers, Rollin Hoftert, Bob Iarnagin,
Lawrence Snook, Glen Shaffer, Frank Barile, lim Ferguson, Terry Goodman, Dick
Richards, Gerald lacobs, Bill Vernon, Craig Wright, Dwayne Mortenson, Gale Eaton,
Bob Bennett, Roy Henning.
Row Nine: Billly Fisher, Phillip Oswalt, David Heaverlo, Doyle Lammey, Billie Minter,
Max Moon, Winton Wilks, Delores Gharrett, Betty Logue, Marcella Postma, lean Ellis,
Elizabeth Arndt, Barbara Winchell, Beverly Thompson, Barbara Myers, Doris Clement,
Ramona Mulbrook, Evelyn Kano, Clarence Wells, Iunior Minear, LeRoy Davis, Iimmy
Crook, Kenneth Doty, Leon Roderick, Bob Blair.
ltow lfiglil: Wilma Williams, Donald Wonders, Clifford Decker, Deloris Wilson, Barbara
Dodd, Gayle Allen, Don Mory, Ioan Smith, Ioann Gorgas, Mary Dinsmore, Elizabeth
Dummy, Maribelle Main, Phyllis lanes, Phyllis Eldredge, Wayne Brown, Chuck Ewalt,
Max lrelan, Bob Stark, Norman Mortenson, Richard Williams Don Ringgenberg, Iunior
Row Seven: Hugh Pherigo, Rodger Iames, Barney Stover, Iohn Thomas, Leona Wilson, Flora
Smith, Maryanne Evans, lackie Schippers, loan Grosvenor, Sally Lansrud, Ann Brierly,
Pat lung, Betty Laffarty, Mary Ann Granneman, ludy Merritt, Iackie Riebe, loan Horn,
Connie Felton, LeRoy Funk, Bob Sparks, Mary Lou lohnson, Wilbur Robson.
Row Sixi Henry Fortner, Iames Young, Don Smith, Carol McMahon, Charlene Butler,
Margery Lynn, Barbara Campbell, Margaret Wilson, Alice Samuels, Louise Nolen,
Betty Lemley, Milton Van Cleave, Delores Cooper, Vivian Gearhart, Thomas Chitwood,
Charles Iarnagin, Paul Gonzalez, Martha Robson, Dick Starr.
Row Fivet Dick Smith, Donald Brayton, Gladys Lutes, Roberta Shelton Doris lontz, Betty
Barcus, lack Nalevanko, Charles Foster, Harry Pinegar, lack Fry, Iunior Masters, Don-
old McFarland, Ioan Lister, Betty Wheeler, Dick Scoville, Deloris Havens, Margaret
Iohnson, Ianet Stewart, Carolyn Robson.
Row Four: David Kester, Harold Blair, Edythe Talbot, Connie Io Wensel, Dorothy Bergstrom,
Mary Craig, Wendell lanes, Harry Rosenberger, Buddy Greenlee, Gary Sullivan.
Amando Garcia, Richard Wall, Raymond Mc Coy, LeRoy Kimler, Dick Smith, Louise
Backus, Wayne Mouchka, Hilda Trease.
Row Three: Dorothy Shaver, Bobby Metz, Ella Wilcox, Ioan Pille, lames Barkley, Maurice
Ward, lohn Mateer, lack Wyatt, Ronald McClellan, Chuck Denniston, Billie Benjamin,
Donald Lint, Billy Miller, Phyllis Berry, Lela Van Meter, Dorothy Wingler, Mary Swi-
gart, Rodell Lightfoot.
Row Two: Io Norris, Dorothy Garlock, Sylvia Iackson, Ieraldine Wickett, Marilyn Farrow,
Martina Cobbs, Ferris Smith, Duane Van Baale Gary Atwood, lim Kimler, Bradley
Beals, lohnny Chevalier, Bob Cohn, George Lantz Nancy Calvin, Marilyln Farland.
Carollu Fry, Beverly Hanke, Wilma Byerley.
Row One: Kenneth Ferguson, Bob llingsworth, Bill Rose, Mardyll Allen, Catherine Smith,
Madonna Roberts, Letha Eaton, IoAnn Hiatt, Iuanita Morris, Ronny Ringgenberg,
Blaine Kloppenberg, Donna Wonders, Ioann Fisher, Geraldine Cavitt, Patty Harrison,
Patty Svejda, May Bell Musgrave.
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As we, the graduating class of 1945, entered high
school, war broke out. Now, as we graduate, vic-
tory in Europe has been won. War has brought
many changes in our school life, some good, some
, N We miss the presence of the boys who have gone
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MILDRED KNOTT o e armed services War hcrs made us rea ize t a
Vqledictoricm we cannot hope to achieve peace and prosperity in
the future unless we co-operate With, learn to live
with, and understand the other peoples of the world. This is a goal toward which we shall
direct our best efforts. We owe it not only to the boys who have fought and who are fighting
for us, but to the future generations.
During these first years of our life, we have been counseled, directed, and instructed by
our parents and teachers. Under their guidance, each of us has developed his personality
and philosophy, the foundations for a happy, successful future. Now it is our turn to make de-
cisions, to plan for the future, remembering, "ln ourselves lies the future". Let us prove our-
selves worthy of the confidence placed in us by our parents and teachers.
We, as seniors, have now completed our high
school education and are ready to become the
builders of tomorrow. Within our grasp we have
man's most precious gifts-the power to reason in-
telligently and the power to establish our goals in
life. Although the shadow of war has deprived us
of a number of our classmates, it has incited our ,
minds and spirits to accept added responsibility. HLLEN CARRIER
Not only must we apply our teachings to the suc-
cess of our own lives, but we must also apply them to the success of peace.
Before us lies a world in torment and destruction. Whether that world will remain in the
hands of corruption and evil, or whether it will be guided to a horizon of wisdom depends
upon us. We are the future. Let us prove ourselves worthy of the task.
SENIOR DELTA MU DELTA
Back How Paul Moffitt, Norman Dunitz, Max Calhoon, Norman Paul, Ralph Potts, Robert
White, Bob Thorson.
Second Bow, Mary Alice Kling, Lois Ann Morris, Rhea Dow, Mildred Knott, Patricia Bari:-
house, Eunice Talsna, Mildred Eden, Mary Io Griebelinq
First BOWL Lelah Buclcer, Norma Wilson, Helen Carrier, Willadean Lewellen, Myra Ioan
Smith, Victoria fjckcy.
DELTA MU DELTA
ljoltfi Mu Delta is ti pint of tho Ncttional Honor Society, Its purpozso lil to l5l't,JlllUlC1SCllOlC1l
ship, leadership, and character. Bach year five per cent of the Junior class is selected on a
basis of scholarship alone, and ten per cent of the seniors are selected for scholarship, leade
ership, character, and service. Altogether this includes five per cent of the junior and fifteen
per cent of the senior class,
Before the student becomes a fullrfledged member, he must go through formal and inf
The four senior students who rank highest scholastically in their class automatically bee
come the officers of the organization. This years officers are: Mildred Knott, president, Helen
Carrier, vice president, Norman Duniti, secretary, and Lelah Bucker, treasurer.
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IUNIOR DELTA MU DELTA
Back Bow. Paul Murphy, Gene Buckley, Robert Stanton, Duane Olson.
Front Row: Betty Baldwin, Ramona Cameron, Shirley Holmes, Gretchen Miller.
Back Row: Carrier, Barnhouse, Hamill, Santen.
Front Row: Thorson, Rojohn, Iohns.
Not in picture-Gordon Pahre.
Mr. Lynn served as advisor of the class officers this year. The group had
charge of pep meetings and class discussions.
The senior officers had charge of senior functions While the junior officers
made all plans for the Iunior-Senior Prom.
Senior officers for the year Were: Bob Thorson, presidentg Helen Carrier,
vice presidentg Patricia Barnhouse, secretaryg and Gordon Pahre, treasurer.
Iunior officers were: Darrell Rojohn, presidentg Sally Hamill, vice presi-
dentg Robert Iohns, secretaryg and Ioan Santen, treasurer.
Back Bow: Lister, Willits, lackson, Herrington, Sparks, Wright, Bicknell, I. Schippers.
Third Row: Forshay, Griffith, McClelland, McLaughlin, Cooper, Bennett.
Second Bow. Evans, Brierly, Holmes, Dickerson, Bitter, Bryson, Shruin, Felton.
Front Row: Donahue, Smith, Calhoon, Mr. Klieber, Tabor, lackson, Shields, lrelan.
The Student Council has been the governing body of the junior High
for many years. Representatives are chosen from each home room and change
each semester. Each of the eight committees has a faculty adviser. Adviser
for the year was Mr. Klieber.
Officers for the first semester were: Clair Calhoon, president, Ioan Smith,
vice president, Iames Donahue, secretary, and Dalton Bell, treasurer.
Charles Tabor served as president the second semesterg Larry Jackson,
vice president, Max lrelan, secretary, and Carlton Shields, treasurer.
This year the Student Council had charge of the lost and found, programs,
sanitation, and finance.
The group sponsored the sale of war stamps in the halls of the Iunior
High school building.
Back Bow: B. Snook, Wilson, Pringle, Dirlam, R. White, Paul, Rusk, Martin, Shields.
Fourth Bow: lordan, I. Berg, Mr. Berg, Knight, Walther, Ft. Snook, Elliott, Emery Csecretary
Third Bow: Rader, M. Santan, Atwood, Barnes, Haynes, Bagnall, Bell, Busk, lanes,
Second Row: First,l Santen, Wilks, l-lcrsson, Harnrncrly, Synhorst, Auten, Guthrie, Gric-tooling.
Front Row: M. Brock, Beatty, Dickinson, Kaldenburg, Misssa Roggenzsack, Davis, Cox, lontrc,
Back Row: Billingsley, Van Dyke, Stanton, Dickinson, McCarl, Still Cpresidentl, Doty, Stotts.
Fourth Row: Tyler, Roush, Myers, Davis, Dickerson, Calvin.
Third Row: Eads, Bergstrom, M. Knott, Stevenson, Warner, less, Graham.
Second Bow: Denniston Cvice presiolentj, Shrum, Morrison, Flake, P. Kling, Peterson, Vander-
Front Bow: Trent, Baker, Eden, Miss Roggensack, Hill, I Knott, Winters,
The Mixed Chorus meets under the guidance ot Miss Boggensack. They
participated in the annual Christmas Concert,
Back Flow: Foster, Donahue, Holfert, Barile, Carter, lackson, Kimlcr, C Denniston larnafjin,
Third Row: Dodd, Hamill, Gooch, Bickell, Dinsmore, lung, Harry, Denniston, Kile, Dickerson.
Second Row: Humphrey, Lallerty, Brierly, Aldridge, Holdsworth, Adams, Hooper, Bryaoix,
Howell, lames, Cooper.
Front Row' lackson, Humes, A. Homes, lohnson, Holmes, Smith, Horn, Babcock, Arbs, l.
Back Row: Welle, Patterson, Pennell, Stewart, P. Ward, Wolfe, McMahon, Upton, Peery,
Third Rowi Wilcox, Lloyd, Weldon, Weston, Willitsz, Stockton, Lansrud, Reed, Monroe,
Sparks, Flader, Rose.
Sc-cond Row: Larsson, Shonkland, Wisgerhoi, Santen, PlCkQIlIllj,SIllllll, Lcmloy, McPlierren,
Front Row: Wilson, Moore, Lynn, Scliipporrz, Yoiinq, Minas Smitli, MtlI1ljfOVfW, Ttilliot, McMa511,
IUNIOR HIGH MIXED CHORUS
The lunior High School Mixed Chorus was organized in 1942. lt meets
under the supervision of Miss Smith.
Back Row: Miller, L. Meyers, Beatty, Van Hall, Youngkin, Longren, Vander Pol, Loff, Laird.
Fourth Row: Brannon, Graham, Rusk, Warner, Otten, Snook, Anderson, Meyers.
Third Row: Swallwell, Bullers, Guthrie, Bergstrom, Atwood, Shippy, Patterson D2 Moss
Front Row: Baxter, Bozarth, Lewis, Miss Smith, Spencer, Northcutt, Peterson, Bollhoefer
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Girls' Glee Club meets under the direction of Miss Smith. Officers for
the first semester Were: Betty Pauls, president, and Bonnie Brock, secretary
Those for the second semester were: Norma Beatty, president, and Beverly
Vander Pol, secretary.
Back Row: Atwood, Beatty, Flake.
Middle Row: Griebling, Synhorst, Morrison
Front Row: Bagnall, Miss Roggensack, Haynes
Not in picture, Beverly Elscott.
The Triple Trio is one of the most important and most popular musical
groups in school. This year they sang at the Rotary Club, and the Mother-
Back Row: Holdefer, Backus, Hammer, Boldt, Perry, Clingman, Peters.
Middle Row: Krieger, Dammon, Ritter, Laird, Larson, Lloyd, Dickerson, Stewart.
Front Flow: less, Townsend, Muilenberg, Miss Roggensack, lontz, Errimack, Guy.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
The Boys' Glee Club meets under the direction ol Miss Roggensack.
Back Row: Berg, Davis, Still, Dickinson, Stanton, White.
Middle Row: Paul, Myers, Emery, Martin, Doty.
Front Rowi lordan, Tyler, Miss Roggensack, Snook, Shields, Calvin.
BOYS' DOUBLE SEXTETTE
'l'he Boys' Double Sextette was one ol the outstanding musical organiza-
tions ot the school. During the year, they broadcast over the radio from Drake
University, and sang for many local organizations, The Sextette is the out-
growth of the Minute Men.
Back Rowi Grant, Merritt, Pauls, O'Roake, Miller, Mr. Burton.
Third How: C. Calhoon, Donahue, Oliphant, Aldridge, Long, Qlsen, Holmes, Tyler, lohns,
Synhorst, Walker, M. Calhoon, Patterson, Parker, Morris, lacobs, Arndt.
Second Row: Sabin, Waddell, Molleclc, Clingman, Stark, Sterling, Barnhouse, Dickinson,
Russell, Reed, Boldt, Scoville.
Front Row: Hiatt, Campbell, Cohn, Holdefer, R. Cameron, Hummel, P. Cameron, Pahre,
Talbot, Higdon, Shippy.
The Newton High School Band was organized to provide musical experv
ience for those who were talented in playing band instruments, to furnish music
for school events. The band added color and enthusiasm to football and basket-
ball games. Their concert was given lanuary 24, lQ45.
Officers for the year were: President, Dale Stark, vice president, Thalia
Arndt, and secretary and treasurer, Marilyn l-liatt.
Mr. Burton has charge of the Newton High School Band.
Back Row: Olson, Clingman, Grant, Dickinson, Tyler, Cohn.
Middle Row: Cameron, Holmes, Synhorst, Hummel.
Front Row: Patterson, Morris, Pauls, Campbell, Hiatt, Phillips.
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Third Row: Spillers, Hill, Iordan, D. Hammer, Cameron, Hummel, Aldridge, Long, Tyler
Phillips, Stark, Clingman.
Second Row: Trent, Soderblom, Fox, Leahy, Iackson, Ewalt, Scoville, Hiatt, Campbell,
Cohn, Calhoon, Smith, Dickinson.
Front Row: Qlsen, Holmes, Davis, N. Hammer, Russell, Higdon, Shippy, Barcus, Waddell,
The Orchestra gave one concert December Ei, l944. Assisted by string
players from the Newton Civic Orchestra, a second concert was given April
25, 1945. A small group from the orchestra played for the all school play Hlunior
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Middle How: Merritt, Lantz, Iackson, Queen, Switzer, Mateer, Reed, Burnett, Van Arkel,
Front Row: Rucker.
Back Row: L. Myers, Main, Guessford, Hammerly, Gardner, Auten, Laird.
Third Row: Rusk, D. Meyers, Terpstra, Hesson, Carnahan, Peery,
Second Row: Smith, Ayers, Swalwell, Hewson, Kling, Miller.
First Row: Morgan, Bollhoefer, Miss Busby, Miss Petersen, Graham, Patterson.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The Home Economics Club meets every other week in the Home Economics rooms. The club, this year.
worked on Iunior Red Cross work and also served at the lunior-Senior Prom.
Shirley Hesson Was elected a representative to a sectional Home Economics Club meeting held in Lincoln,
Nebraska in March. There was only one other girl To represent Iowa at the meeting.
Officers for the club this year were: Delores Rusk, president, Shirley Laird, vice president, Rosemary
Guessford, secretary, and Delores Terpstra, treasurer.
Miss Peterson and Miss Busby were faculty advisers.
Back Row: Baldwin, Synhorst, Hewson, Rucker.
Front Row: Smith, Hammerly, Miss Wertz.
The Library Club was organized in Newton in l939. Its main objective has been to teach the girls library
procedure. included in this are the art of mending books, answering the telephone in Room 27, and checking
books out and in.
The officers for this year were: Myra lean Smith, president, Willa Loo Shoemaker, vice president, and
Anna Hewson, secretary and treasurer. Miss Wertz was the adviser of the club.
Back Row: Tyler, Dickinson, Gorrell, Emery, Smith, Iohnson, Barnhouse.
Middle Row: Nicholson, Sterling, Lammers, Pringle, Shields, Gardner, Eckey.
Front Row: Crouse, Dow, Ringgenberg, Lewellen, Griebling, Synhorst.
Troupe 377 was established in the Newton Schools in l939. The aim of
the National Thespian Society for High School is to 'lcreate a spirit ot active
and intelligent interest in dramatics among boys and girls of our secondary
schools." There is an annual membership oi about iitteen members. The presi-
dent is Lyle Ringgenberg.
Back Row: Stotlnz, Sterling, Emery, Knight, Dickinson, Lewelleti.
Middle Howi Boldt, Hammer, Crouse, Dow, Smith.
l'tont How lIckey, Grieblinq, Pauls, Ringgenberg, Roush.
The annual all school play Ulunior Miss" was presented on April l8 and
l9, By participating in this play, some of the play cast become eligible for mem'
bership in the National Thespian Honor Society.
Back Row: Broderson, Davis, lrelan, I. Knott, Smith, Stevenson, Baird.
Third Row: Smith, Ewalt, Talsrna, Gardner, Prendergast, Chedester, Shrum.
Second How: Rusk, Dickinson, Hammer, Buckles, Iohnson, Cohn, Lloyd.
First Row: Eckey, Griebeling, M. Knott, Mrs. Beeson, Butler, Pauls, Tyler.
Not in picture-lames MacNair.
NEWTONIA NEWS STAFF
The Newtonia News Staff is responsible for the weekly edition of Newtonia
News, which the rest of us enjoy. Although many of us don't realize it, there
is a lot to learn in publishing a paper. Throughout the year each member of
the staff was taught principles of writing news, headlines, feature stories,
editorials, interviews, and humor columns. The members of the staff also
visited the Daily News, where they saw the necessary steps in printing a
This year Mary Io Griebelirig, Mildred Knott, and Victoria Eckey were
Miss Skow and Mrs. Beeson acted as faculty advisers for both Newtonia
News staff and yearbook.
Back Bow: Rucker, Kleinendorzst, Barnhouse, Clement, lohnson, Iones, B. Brock, Hunt, Kling
Third Bow: Holfinazster, Adams, Bishop, Knott, Synhorst, M. Brock, Arndt, Parker, Dunn,
Second Row: Main, Earp, Carrier, l-lesson, Rohrclanz, Morrison, Dow, Morris, Shruin, Baird
First Row: Colin, Laird, Terpstra, Mrs. Beeson, Pauls, Tyler, Munger, Roush.
Not in picture' -larnos MacNair and loe Robinson.
The ycarbook stall tormulates plans for the year in the tall, and as much
photography as possible is completed before the beginning of the second
semester. One aim is to meet the deadlines set up for the completion of the
Mary Alice Kling and loyce Parker were co-editors this year, Managing
editor was lames MacNair, business manager first semester, Ioe Robinson,
photography editor, lim Tyler, faculty editors, Lelah Rucker and Myra lean
Smith, senior editors, Helen Carrier and Rhea Dow, activity editors, Maye
Shrurn and lane Dunn, athletic editor, Dwight Rohrdanz, advertising editor
Delbert Roush, classes editor, Lois Ann Morris, and snapshots editor, Indy
Back Row: Stouder, johnson, Herring, Pauls, M. Brock.
Middle Row: Miss Speake, Toedt, Hesson, Sante-n, Miss Douthart.
Front Row: Baker, Rucker, Hammerly, Morris.
The Girl Reserves began another war year by working dilligently on
numerous lr. Red Cross projects, making aighans, table covers, Wall hangings
and writing portfolios. For the Over Seas Hospital Unit, they worked on
Christmas cards and bulletin board decorations.
The Mother-Daughter Banquet was the outstanding undertaking oi the
girls, as a total oi 277 mothers and daughters were present. The theme,
"Breath of Spring", was excellently embodied in clever decorations and
As a final project the girls joined with the newly organized boys club,
I-li-Y, in presenting several religious programs near the end ot the last
Left Column: Buckley, Bunse, Dodd, Dunitz,
Center Column: Emery, Paul.
Right Column: Schrader, Still, Thorson, White.
Not in picture-Reynolds, Snook, Carpenter.
NATIONAL ATHLETIC HONOR SOCIETY
The National Athletic Honor Society was organized to develop more
outstanding leaders, to elevate the ideals of sportrnanship, and to 'foster high
scholarship among athletes.
To achieve this honor a student must have high citizenship and sports-
manship. He must have a major or a minor letter award and a high scholastic
ln behalf of the entire school the Newtonia Yearbook staff Wishes to ex-
press appreciation to the following individuals and merchants who through
their splendid financial contributions have made possible this yearbook pub-
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VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD
Back Row: Asst. Coach Penney, Iohns, Kumrn, Stark, Matheny, Toedt, Wormley, Molleclz,
Snook, Niebur, Coach Eidahl.
Third Row: Rollstin, Deaton, Underwood, Murphy, Bell, Babcock, Young, Dunitz, Sterling,
Second Row: Hobbs, Emery, Buckley, Bozarth, Ward, Lust, Rojohn, Paul, l-louser, Lan-
Front Row: Ferguson, Doty, Leydens, Kaldenberg, Walther, Elliott, Arvidson, Reynolds,
Still, Snook, Thorson.
Knoxville 6. Newton 33
ln their first encounter of the lQ44 season,
the Cards ran up a lopsided score ot thirty-
three points to Knoxvilles 6. Gene Buckleys
ball toting, Lew Ernerys blocking, and Bud
Stills end work highlighted the game.
Tama U, Newton 26
Newton sinashed their way to a second
victory of the season when they rolled to a
26 to U victory over the Tama Indians. long
runs made by Bob Thorson and laterals
were used the entire game, accounting tor
Football Managers: lim Vermillion, Dwight Priaul:-z, Coaches: Mr. R. I. Penney, Mr: W. L. Eidahl.
Ames 7. Newton 0
The tough Ames team was held scoreless
until early in the fourth quarter when, with
the aid of a penalty, they scored seven
points. Thorson's runs and Leyden's tackling
highlighted the Newton teams playing.
Grinnell 6. Newton 7
ln a thrilling encounter, the Cards barely
squeezed by a determined Grinnell team
when both scored in the fourth quarter.
Early in the fourth quarter the Cards scored
and the conversion was good. The Tigers
were not yet down for they came back a few
plays later and scored, but the conversion
Albia 0, Newton 33
ln the Card's first game out of town, they
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battered the Albia Miners to a 33-U score.
Albia seemed unable to cope with the su-
perb blocking and line smashing attacks dis-
played by Newton. Few passes were made
but laterals clicked in the last half.
Oskcxloosa 0, Newton 25
Newton won their fifth game of the season
when they trounced the Osky lndians 25-O.
Thorson's dodging and twisting made a
touchdown run of 74 yards. The game ended
with the ball in Newton hands.
Boone 0, Newton U
ln a thrilling encounter, which held the
spectators attention until the gun was fired,
both teams battled to a scoreless windup.
Even though the Cards held the ball the
major part of the game, they were unable
SOPHOMORE SQUAD M
Back Row: Werner Bunse, Asst. Coach, Blaine Wilson, Lee Thomasson, Gerald Carpenter,
Harold Kingery, lim Stanley, Ralph Kenyon, Allen Klingman, Keith Butler, Herbert
Dougall, Bob Harmon, Bob Boldt, Don Millsap, Max Bell, Burton Reynolds, Kenneth
Middle Row: Charles Adams, Dean Dickerson Mgrs., Clinton Rinehart, Clinton Gilford, Ray-
mond Weaver, Don Willits, Bob Iordan, Glenn Summers, Bob Richards, Wayne Ryther,
E. A. Arndt, Gene Mortley, Bob Mahl, Don Sparks, Marvin Simpson, Avery Wilson,
Dick Vermillion, Robert Harding,
Front Row: Lester Van Dyke, lack Ferguson, Sam Leydens, Dick Greene, lim Muilenberg,
Donald Knight, Pat Gallagher, Bob Brierly, Clinton Stotts, Paul Meyers, Bill Dirlam,
Ronald Trotter, Iohn Billingsley, lohn Berg, Charles Kuhn, Coach Dresser.
Back Row: Donald McKinney, l-larold Mason, Dallas Boatman, limmy
Rraping limmy McMahon, Carwin Cooper, Raymond Crouse, Bernard
Crook, Billie Knapp, Bob Fisher, Frank Herbst, Vernon Main.
Center Row: Larry lackson, lim Morgan, lerry Guthrie, Richard Ward,
Dave Aldridge, Dick Dotson, Ralph Beals, William Waddell, Bernard
Lammers, Bill Heaberlin, Robert Moffitt, Robert Guthrie, Richard
Front Row: Ronald Scoville-Asst. Coach, Keith Smith, Dean Wilson, Bob
Townsend, Dick Leydens, lerry McMahon, Clair Calhoon, Bob Long,
Fred Erlandson, Marvin Lammers, lames Wolfe, Hugh Carpenter,
Coach, Mr. Elliott.
Not in picture-Bruce lung, Milton Meyer, Don l-leaverlo, Gordon Caylor,
Paul Cline, Esequiel Gonzalez, Danny Bishop, Donald Atwood.
Perry U. Newton 47
ln the sixth game of the season the Cards
thoroughly trounced Perry by a score of 47
to U. Newton scored three touchdowns in the
second quarter of the same game followed
by two in the third and two in the fourth.
The only Perry threat was in the first quar-
ter when they reached the Newton 10.
Marshalltown 26. Newton 8
A strong Newton team could not break the
Bobcats' long string of victories. The Cards
scored in the first quarter when Rojohn re-
ceived the ball on the kickoff, carrying it
to the Marshalltown fifteen. Gene Ferguson
went over for a touchdown several plays
later. Shaw fumbled giving Newton a safety,
but Marshalltown fired away to find victory.
Left to Right: Rev. Frederick D. Boldt, president-elect of Kiwanis Club, who gave the invocation,
President Tim I, Campbell of Rotary Club, who called the meeting together, President L. L,
Brierly of C. of C., who opened he program, Harold Fair, Program chairman ot' radio station
W.H.O. who was one of the speakers, Robert Vance, toastmaster, Lt. Comdr. lack Meagher, Sea-
hawk coach, who was a speaker, Wendell Eidahl, head Newton Grid Coach, R. I. Penney, Asst.
Coach, Lloyd Dresser, sophomore coach, and Harold Elliott, freshman coach.
1944 FOOTBALL MAIOR LETTER WINNERS
Ted was quite valuable as a defensive guard. He was tough in every
play and gave some surprises to his opponents, He also was able to boost
the team's morale.
A hard going cooperative fullback, Genes driving power added to
the teams force. His size and determination will prove a great asset to the
team next year.
A quiet, but cosncientious man he was a vicoius tackle, outstanding on
defense. He was rough and rugged in his open field blocking.
"Dorm" was one of the fastest men on the team. He, indeed, filled his
position as quarterback. He played his best game against Perry.
An easy-going guard, "Lew" did his share ot' blocking. His best game
proved to be Osky, His spirits livened the team throughout the season.
A senior center, Billworked hard all season, not making one bad pass
all season and never letting his opponents get by him. He was always
cooperative and easy to Work With,
"Fergie" was invaluable as a hard running back. He was given honor
able mention in all-state. He played a great game against Marshalltown,
scoring the Cards only touchdown.
A quiet junior, Mel played first string most of the season. A leg injury
in the Knoxville game kept him out until the Albia game. He, too, was
given honorable mention on all-state.
"Moldy", a tall and hard blocking tackle, was in on many plays to
spill the ball carrier for a loss, His best game was against Ames. He has a
year of competition left.
1944 FOOTBALL MAIOR LETTER WINNERS
"Wug" was an outstanding defensive end. His opponents found him
fighting in all his playing. He turned in his best game against Perry.
A good blocking man, Morris proved most valuable in the Osky game-.
Though quiet he was always "right in there".
Darrell, a junior quarterback showed his ability as an excellent ball
carrier in the Marshalltown game when he recovered the starting kickoff
for a run of 60 yards. His speed will be of great help to next year's team
"Ted", an outstanding ball handler, was a good defensive rnan all
through the season. Missed the first game because of an injured finger,
but came back to finish the season with excellent playing.
Bud, playing left end, proved most valuable with his ability for re-
ceiving passes and his punting. He felt Marshalltown was the best opponent
and played well against them.
Bob, a last, over-working half-back was respected by all the fellows for
his ability to "take it". Bob showed fine running ability in the Osky game
when he caught the punt and ran 74 yards for a touchdown.
An ever- driving junior, Ray worked hard all year. A foot injury put
him out for one game. His one more year af service will prove a great
asset to the team.
A "burly" left tackle, Harold was always in there fighting. Easy to get
along with and always cooperative.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD
Back Row: B. Lust, B. Kumm, B. Thorson, W. Leydenrz, M. Hobbs, D. Hojohn, ID lloty
T. Underwood, Coach Eidahl.
Middle How: I. Kolclenberg, H Snoolc, G. Ferguson, W. Biintze, B Still, F. Carpe-nl
Front Row: D. Bozarth, B. Molleck, B. Snook, A. Sterling, L. Emery, D. Stark.
Newton 37, McKinley 28
ln the opening game of the season, the
Cards gained a lead in the first part of the
game, which they held throughout the eve-
ning, to defeat McKinley High 37-28. A fea-
ture of the game was the appearance of
Werner Bunse at center.
Newton 30, Roosevelt 20
ln the seasons home game opener, the
Cardinals showed up with a rugged de-
fensive and offensive power to defeat Roose-
velt High 30 to 20. Still was high point man
on the Newton team.
Newton 19, Ames 22
The Ames team gave Newton their first
conference loss of the season by a 22-19
score. Ames took an early lead which the
Cards could not overcome. Still and Fergu-
son starred for Newton,
Newton 37, Grinnell 24
The Cards battled to their first conference
win of the season when they defeated Grin-
nell 37 to 24. Ferguson accounted for twelve
tallies before he was taken out of the game
after five fouls were counted against him.
Newton 51, Ietferson 34
ln a free scoring affair, the Cards again
showed their high scoring ability when they
walloped lefferson High 5l-34. Ferguson,
Carpenter, and Still all were high scorers
Newton 47, Oskcxloosa 27
The Cards downed Osky for their second
conference win of the season when they
swamped them by a 47 to 27 score. Still and
Ferguson led the scoring for Newton.
Newton 38, Boone 21
Newton overwhelmed Boone 38 to 21 for
their third conference win. Still received l7
points to set the scoring. The score was l3
to 3 in favor of Newton at the end of the half.
The Cards were cold in the third quarter
but clicked in the final quarter.
Cheerleaders: Adams, Robinson, Ringgenberg, Lewellen, Managers: Dave Young, Burton Snook,
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, T 'Newton 27.. Marshalltogn 29 li"
. V ln a 'game thatpwas exciting throughout
- the evening, the Cards were defeated. After
leading Qthe end of the first half 18 to l3, the
Bobcats took over and won by a final score
of 29 to. 2-7. . . ' '
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. .' Newton 36, Ames 29
In 'Q' hard fought game, the Cardinals
knocked Ames out of the C. l. C. lead and
into a'second' place tie with Newton. Car-
penter w.as hot on his free throws and made
eleven points to set the scoring pace.
V' Newton 32. Grinnell 22
Newton defeated Grinell 32 to 22 to place
the Cards in second place in the conference.
The Cards were cold in the first quarter but
soon found the basket and surged ahead of
the Tigers. This was Harry Snook's last
Newton 42, Oskaloosa 25
The Newtonites again downed the Osky
Indians 42 to 25 and unmolested kept their
second place in the conference. Still was top
Back Row: Ferguson, Frank, McMahon, Ill-
dridge, Motfit, Turley.
Middle Bow: Elliott, Davis, Ferguson, Iones
Shrlg, F. Leydens, Cooper, manager.
Fronli ow: D. Leydens, Post, H. Carpenter,
Gardner, Wolfe, Hardenbrook, Ward,
Not in picture: Harold Brayton.
Back Row: Richards, Dresser, Gallagher
Van Dyke, Bell, Dougall, Billingsley
Brierly, Dirlam, Adams, manager.
Middle Row: Leydens, Carpenter
Thomasson, Kuhn, Ferguson.
lg son, Harding, Arndt.
scorer but the rest of the team also received
their share of the points.
' Newton 34. Boone 21 '
. The Cards traveled to Boone and dished
them out a 34 to 2l defeat. Bud Still was
high man with l8 points. This game set the
stage for the Newton-Marshalltown battle,
and a possible bid for a first place tie with
Newton 30, Marshalltown 36
ln a conference thriller for a tie for first
place with the Bobcats, the Cards defense
went to pieces in the last quarter to give the
Cats the title. The Cards led 24-22 in the third
quarter, Carpenter led the scoring with 11
Newton 21, Cedar Falls 29
The Cards dropped their last scheduled
game to Cedar Falls by a 28-29 margin.
This made two straight losses. The Cards
were slow on offense and light on defense.
They couldn't seem to get their eyes on the
basket after their defeat by Marshalltown.
Front ow: Greene, Wilson, Yeutar, Er-
BASKETBALL MAIOR LETTER WINNERS
A hard-working center, you will always find him under
the basket ready for those rebounds.
Fred is a constant fighting guard who plays a fast
game of ball, His accurate shots from any position and
his fast dribbling are two of his outstanding features as
a ball player, He holds a high place in the Central lowa
A l'scrappy" guard, 'Dorn was excellent on defense. He
was constantly 'lin there" driving and saw a good deal
A conscientious player, Bill worked well with the team.
He showed his floor work ability in the tournament
Gene helped pull down many a l'Card" Victory. He was
shifted to guard and did a fine job replacing Harry Snook.
BASKETBALL MAIOR LETTER WINNERS
Darrell saw a good deal ot action all season and proved
an asset to the teams winning,
Bud was the high point man ot the season with lh
points at the Boone game. His accurate long shots brought
in many needed points, He was high point man in the cone
ference. He was also considered the best forward in the
l'Ted" did much tor co-ordination on the team. He was
greatly missed when he entered the service shortly before
the end ot the season.
"lVtoldy's" height and record jumping will prove a voluf
able aid to next year's squad,
VARSITY TRACK SQUAD
Back Row: D. Rojohn, B. Myers, M. Bell, M. Wormley, L. Thomasson, R. Potts, D. Bozarth,
G. Buckley, B. Lust, C. Rinehart, M. Hobbs, B. Brierly, B. White, B. Elliott, B. Still, K.
Elscott, B. Reynolds, D. Paul, D. Knight, C. Baxter, D. Cobbs, B. Harmon.
Third Row: Coach l... I. Dresser, B. Dirlam, A. Wilson, I... Van Dyke, I. Billingsley, P. Murphy,
R. Kenyon, B. Snook, B. Iohns, L. Emery, A. Sterling, M. Leydens, Ir. Banks, C. Larson,
R, Moen, I. Muilenberg, M. Simpson, I. Ferguson, N. Matheny, C. Sparks.
Second Row: B. Harding, B. Lust, I. Berg, C. Stotts, P. Hamre, D. Toedt, G. Carpenter, R.
Weaver, B. Mahl, B. Denniston, D. Young, I. Martin, D. Donahue, B. Rollstin, R. Walther
D. Doty, H. Nicholson, B. Boldt D. Olsen F. Erlandson, B. Richards, B, Long.
Front Row: B. Thorson, M. Kumm, V. Babcock, C. Cooper, D. Greene, B. Yeutsy, E. A. Arndt,
D. Iess, K. Veverka, R. Bishop, C. Meyer, L. Busby, D. Rippel, G. Veverka, R. Niebur, G.
Mortley, D. Vermillion, I. Leydens, R. Houser.
Track is a sport which depends on individual initiative. It is what each
person makes it. Below is listed the track events for the l945 season.
April lU ....... ....... l nterscholastic Meet
April l4 ........ ................ V alley Relays
April l7 ........ ........ G rinnell Dual Meet
April 20 ....... ........ O skaloosa Relays
April 24 .............. ...... ...... K n oxville Dual Meet
April 27-28 ........ .................................. D rake Relays
May 5 ........... ...... G rinnell College Track Meet
May 12 ...... .............................. D istrict Meet
May 18 ...... ....... C onference Meet
May 26 ...... ....... S tate Track Meet
CAUGHT IN ACTION
Top: Doty Top: Wug, Hobb, Moldy, Elliott, Reynclris, Still.
Lower Lelti Buckley Center: Skip, Doty, Ferg.
Lower Right. Still Bottom: Skip, Doty, Sriook, Ferg.
Cheerleaders: Ringgenberg, Adonis, Lewellen, Robinson.
Back Row: Atwood, Knott, Rader, Peterson, Cox.
Front Row: Shrum, Shoemaker, Warner, Kaldenberg.
SPORTS FOR GIRLS
In our physical education classes this year, during the tall, Winter, and
spring the girls studied and played all sports suitable to each season. A tourna-
ment in each sport Was held to decide which squad was the final Winner. The
tennis and softball tournaments were played too late to get the Winners picture
in the Newtonia. Our squad program had as an aim the development of good
sportsmanship and leadership. Square dancing and some ot the Winter sports
were ottered from tour to tive o'clock during the school year when the gym-
nasium was available.
The volley ball teams challenged the boys to a volley ball game which
Was played before school closed in the spring.
VOLLEY BALL CHAMPIONS
Back Row: Durbin, Dickinson.
Front Row: Bcirnhouse, Harmon.
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Ono of thc high lights ot the year's work was a Physical Education Demon
stration given April 23rd lt included a resume oi the work done during the
year in physical education classes: namely, square dancing, folk dancing,
rope jumping, social dancing, tumbling, military marching, and calisthenics.
The program tried to tit the individual differences and meet the needs ol
the student as nearly as possible with the limited space and the accommoda-
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"Mon Shortage". 4. The Boshful Three. 5. Boogie- Americas. 10. Dork eyes. ll, "Porky". 12. Howoii
Woogie Betty. 6. "Cutchie-cutchie, 7. Loo cmd Buck. bound.
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N, H, S. gives to
First meeting fo
Army Air Corps
Eve of victory
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Mr. Gullette leads
pep meeting for
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Girls present Dutch
dance at Masonic
Slide rule class
Eve of G. R.
Eve ot' formal
Eve ot second
G. R. Workshop
Eve ot victory
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1945 IAN UARY
Arrival ot Mrs. New Year's KidS SPOYT Tobogganing Newton 36,
Galloway Resolutions ChFiSlmGS proves a little Boone 21
on kids SWGQTSTS harmful
Cohn writes Tyler'
FEBRUARY ' 4-f,, 1945
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School,-Ooms ln ourselves shown to contest an- Osky 25
our future assembly nounced
Four new students
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Girl Reserve pro-
Announce date ol
Last call to pay
Else Raed speaks
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Art work sent
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MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Ella Sykes Peter's
"The Will of
Six week's Same "Iunior Miss" Beginning of
tests Delta Mu
Report Defeated at track Final Orchestra Recover from Lieuienq t.Bi11
Cards bi' U10 Of Concert fepoff Cord Leamindkeaks
a point Shock 4, . X
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Last month Latin Thespian "Sweethearts"
ol school Picnic picnic Prom
7 8 9 10 11
Germany V-E Day Snow Vocational Kid Day
Surrenders Guidance Track team
Conferences brings home
speed to victory
Dena Mu Set aside for Another Work Senior Assembly
picnic . work! work! work reaches Day before
' work! day! peak! Senior
Day after Senior Recital Memorial Graduation Report Cards
In behali of the entire school the Newtonia Yearbook staff wishes to ex-
press appreciation to the following individuals and merchants who through
their splendid financial contributions have made possible this yearbook
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A-C Ice Cream Co.
A. IG P. Tea Co.
Adams, Dr. L. P.
Adyertising Novelty Co.
Allen Printing Co.
Automatic Washer Co. .
Bane's Sandwich Shop
Besser, Dr. E. F.
Bond Clothing Co.
Brierly, L. L.
Bruce Barber Shop
Buenz Motors, Inc.
Buenz G Shannon Co.
Bunker, Dr. O. W.
Buster Brown Shoe Store
Campbell 6. Campbell
Carpenter, Dr. Fred E.
Caylor Real Estate
Chamber ot' Commerce
City of Newton
Coast to Coast Store
Cole's Style Shop
Coney Island Lunch
Conoco Service Station
M. I. Cary
Ray E. Barber
Cross 5. Hamill
Culver's :St Son Furniture Store
Cut Rate Meat 6 Grocery
Dave's Barber Shop
Denniston 6: Partridge Co.
Doane, Harry D. 61 Son
Doo1ey's Music Store
Dun-Lap Mtg. Co.
Fair :S Square Food Market
Farmer's Mutual Insurance
Farmer's Super Market
Finch Insurance Agency
Firman Radiator Shop
Foster's Orange Bar
Gray, Dr. I. E.
Gustafson, Dr. Hiram R.
Hammer, M. R.
Hawkeye Chevrolet Service
Hazel's Beauty Salon
Henning, C. B. Elevator
Hill, Dr. Iames C.
Horn's Shoe Store
Hough, A. M. G Sons
Hull, Dr. I. P.
Iowa Southern Utilities Co.
Iowa State Telephone Co.
Iasper County Savings Bank
Iasper Lumber Co.
Iensen ,Dr. B. C.
Iepson's Drug Store
Iohnson, Lewis H.
Iones Feed 5. Supply Co.
Keith 6: McLaughlin
Kitty's Beauty Salon
Knott Pool Hall
Korf 6- Korf
Leonard's Women's Wear
Lewis, G. L., Florist
McCann, Father T. I.
McClean Auto Supply Co.
McMurray, Dr. E. A.
Mahon's Phillips 56
Master's Barber Shop
Miller, A. M.
Montgomery Ward 61 Co.
Morgan G Son Funeral Home
Morgan, Ves H.
Muilenberg Insurance Agency
Murdy Drug Store
Murdoch Funeral Home
News Printing Co.
Newton Beauty Shop
Newton Credit Guide
Newton Home Savings G Loan Ass'n.
Newton Implement Co.
Newton Mtg. Co.
Newton National Bank
Newton Refrigerated Locker Co.
Newton Welding Shop
Nichols, Dr. Cleo
Nicholson Paint 6. Wallpaper Store
Nollen Drug Store
Parsons Company, Inc.
Pearl Engle Beauty 'Shop
Penney, I. C., Co.
Pierce Furniture Store
Polly Prim Beauty Studio
Power Rexall Drug Store
Powder Box Beauty Salon
Register 61 Tribune Ollice
Reliable Dept. Store, Inc.
Rialto Barber Shop
Ritter Coal Co.
Ross Skelly Products
Russell, T. G. G Sons, Inc.
Salmon's Paint G Wall Paper Store
Sanders Motor Sales
Sanitary Barber 6. Beauty Shop
Shoemaker's D-X Station
Skow, C. W. Co.
Stanton, Dr. L. M.
Starrett Electric Shop
Stockton Super Value
Switzers Furniture Store
Texico Service Station
Thorp Finance Co.
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