Newton High School - Newtonia Yearbook (Newton, IA)
- Class of 1946
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Second Semester ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 566 Students
A dear gray old building that harbors the laughter, witticisms, and
joys of innumerable tellows and girls. Unforgettable are the daily gatherings
by the building and in the halls to talk over last night's date, teachers,
tests, and almost everything else. Grateful students will review with tond
recollection the hours of trial and happiness spent in this "palace" of education.
F1rstSemester,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.....,..,, .. 577 Students
Second Semester ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,,..,,.. ....,.,. 6 13 Students
To congregate in the halls or outside of this building is a memory
to some of us but a material being to others. The suspense of coming to
this huge structure from sixth grade, the supposed difficulty of getting
acquainted, and many other thoughts are still vivid memories in the mind
of anyone who ever spent comparatively few years in this "harbor" of
Russell Cobbs Kent Scarbrough Raymond Martinez Cl'1Cl1'l9S GGYTIGSOU
To These '
To those boys from Newton High
School who have given their lives in
World War II that their school might
continue in the democratic Way of
education they had known and loved.
We dedicate this annual of 1946.
Paul Quick Russel Bayerlay Conrad Wahl
Merlin Lamphier Ivan Snook Bill Henderson William Gilmore
Darrell Matheny Herbert Davidson Iohn Nollen
May we carry on for them in this
KGfme1l1NiChOlm post War world by doing our part to
establish a World free from want and
fear, by expressing our ideals for World
harmony, and by keeping faith with
Walter Portugal Howard ChriSS
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Robert Bell Barrett Thompson Leroy McCall
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The faculty are the dauntless group or men
and women who Work hard to teach basic
essentials to sometimes uncomprehending boys
and girls, individuals Whose Words of quidance
will spring back to us in future years of doubt.
'lPop" Lynn, Marian Speake, George Dunn,
and so on down the list of familiar and friendly
names. Not just names but people, people who
strive for our betterment-betterment of the
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Mr. Berg tacks up another trophy, memenfo of
one ot his numerous trips throughout the country.
as most of us know, enforces all the school
Mr. B. C. Berg. Superintendent
Ot course we all know ot the everyday
duties ot Mr. Berg like visiting classes and
such, and we recall with pleasure his Lincoln
Day speech. Few ot us, however, know what
his real job is. One ot his most important
duties is to interview teachers and then re-
commend them to the school board. l-le also,
laws. We're sure we will always remember
his familiar tigure striding around the halls ot old Newton High School.
Board of Education
President --------- Mr. N. E, Molleck
- - Lela Bishop
Treasurer - - --------- - A. E. Hindortl
The Board ot Education plays an important part in school lite even
though most students don't see much ot them. They take care ot such
important tasks as appointing the dates tor the school year and vacations,
looking after school grounds and helping select the teachers.
Clseft to rightl Mr. N. E. Molleck, Mrs. Karl lasper, Mr. C. W. Griebeling, Dr. A. E.
Sterling, Mr. l. l. Utterback, Miss Lela Bishop.
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Mr. Lynn at his typical assembly
post smiles as he says, "Now I
have just one or two announcements
Mr. Harold A. Lynn, Principal, Senior High
A familiar person around our school is Mr. Lynn.
So many times he seems just like one of us participating
in all sports such as "kids day" picnics, and all other
senior activities in the spring.
We see him at all football and basketball games and
at all school assemblies. Mr. Lynn has had charge of
several of the pep-meetings this year. He is always
in there backing the team with his pep talks. He has
accompanied the team to all of the out-of-town ball
games and track meets this year.
Mr, Lynn has charge of 27 every day fifth period.
The rest of the time he is busy in his office counseling
and attending to the piles of details of his job. His
sympathetic guidance has been responsible for many
successful students and citizens through the years he
has been at Newton High.
Much of his spare time is spent in working in his garden. Perhaps you noticed him working
there like mad during spring vacation. A pain with every step and a groan with every
move were the afterfeffects of his labor.
Mr. Frederick H. Kleiber, Principal Iunior High
Mr. Kleiber, working from long before school
till the last door closes, is continually trying
to help students. In particular he tries to
recognize and help with the special problems
of the junior high, the problems which seem
so big to students and so small to adults
sometimes. He has been eager to see that
students in lunior High understand their own
Mr. Kleiber interrupts one of his friendly cori-
importance without being overshadowed by
ferences with students to answer a business call.
Senior High students.
lf this busy man has any spare time youwill either find him reading or out in the
fresh air. He enjoys such sports as tennis,camping and bicycling. Also he and his clog,
Toby, have many good times together.
fAboveJ Mrs. Elson's Gym Class
scores another point in their volley-
Clieitl Mrs. Phyllis Elson, Phy-
ical Training, Grade Super-
CRightJ Mr. Wendell L, Eidahl,
Physical Training, Athletics.
Recall . . .
How you boys had military drills and you marched
until you thought you would never Walk again.
You girls remember all those bruises and aching
muscles the "day after."
And it will be a long time before calisthenics won't
make you shudder in your shoes, and the little kids
screaming and laughing at pump-pump-pull-away won't
bring back memories.
Remember the tall football scrimmages by the lunior
High and hurrying through the snow to the YMCA
or dashing through spring puddles to Sunset Park.
You girls won't forget those dainty dances as seventh
and eighth graders and the moments when you longed
to be a freshman so you could play basketball.
Memories of leap frog, volley ball tournaments, basket-
ball tournaments, kittenball, and soccer will stay with
Cl..ettD Mrs. Wanda Meggit,
CRightD Mr. "Connie" Good-
man, Physical Training, Civics,
Remember . . .
When you were seventh and eighth graders
and how you worried about those decimals
and fractions only to tind algebra twice as
hard. ln algebra you had those simultaneous
equations that had to be graphed and the
graphs were always oil just a tiny bil.
Then you came to geometry. lt really wouldn'l
have been so bad it it werent tor those tormal
proots and construction problems. l-low you
groaned when your row was sent to the
board to do a problem, which was the one
you didn't have done.
Remember that page ol symbols in the front
ot your geometry book that you had to know.
Miss Douthart always called them the short-
hand ot geometry. Those black-board com-
passes ol Miss Doutharts were super, but only
she could make them work.
Then il you didn't know better you signed
ip lor advanced algebra and trigonometry.
lt really wasn't too dilticult and you were
glad you took it.
Chightl Mins l-lesther Douthart, Geometry, Ads
vanced Algebra, Trigonometry, Head ot Mathe-
CLower Rightl Miss Maude Cooper, Mathematics
CBelowl Mrs. Winnie Palmer, Algebra, Mathe-
tl..eltl Miss Mae L Main na
thightl Miss Kathy en
Ramsey, Mathematic Qtuay
tLower Rightl Miss Doutha
Geometry Class puzzle ove
U-Xbovel Mr. Dunn's Office Practice Class simu- QALDOVQQ Mrs, Twilg Sims, Ccmmercid A1-ith.
lOfeSClbUSY office. metic, Commercial Geography, Typing, Short-
l Remember . . .
Those times when you were having speed.
tests and right in the middle of it a key would
stick or the whole thing just wouldn't work.
Remember the times you sat all during your
free periods trying to catch up on your back
work. And how much fun it was to type to
music, even if it was sometimes a little confus-
ln shorthand when you would be taking
dictation from a phonograph it seemed as
if it would go faster and faster as you went
slower and slower.
Recall those weekly budgets where you had
to type five letters and envelopes too to be
handed in every week on Friday to Miss
fAbovel Mr. George E. Dunn, Business Adminis-
tration, Retail Selling, Office Practice, Head of
Those graphs, both line and bar, you lcept
to show your progress, if there was any. How
you enjoyed the commercial geography movies
fBelowD Miss Aileen Stern, Typing, cmd dredded the 1'1OtebOOkS-
ShOffhGHdfSO1eSmQf1Ship- l-low happy you were to get called out
of class to do some mimeographing for some'-
one. And how nice it was to leave at two
o'clock for office practice. How important and
how scared you felt that first day on the job.
fRightJ Miss Tu
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fkbovel Mr Albert H Cox, Science.
How Could You Forget . . .
Those big words the teacher always used
to use in seventh and eighth grade elementary
science. At the end of the semester you ale
ways had to hand in some project. You always
worked so hard on them just to hand theiti
in for an X.
Recall those friendly skeletions that greeted
you each time you went into biology? I-low
cunning those stiff cold frogs, pigs embryo,
and those mammoth things they called fish
How bewildered you were in physics and
chemistry. l-low complicated your lab manual
always looked and how your heart sank at
those tests. l-low your formulas were always
lopsided, Those physics machines were always
so complicated when they worked so easily.
You were so thrifty after you dropped, the
equipment in suphuric acid by mistake or
broke your fiftieth test tube.
fAbovel Mr. Penny's Chemistry Class
fAbovel Mr. Harold D Elliott, Geometry, Algebra,
fLeftD Mr. R. I. Penny, Physics,
Industrial Science, Chemistry.
Biology, General Science.
Cldightl Mrs. Mildred Roderivk, V'
Pagv 1 Ji
Don't You Recall . . ,
All those projects you had to do each semester in
seventh and eighth grade and that last rninute tixing
ot the clay figure or touching up a painting. Remember
designing your dream house.
I-low in advanced art you could do almost any project
you chose as long as it was in art Work.
Recall those Christmas Windows over in the junior
High. Remember not so long ago when you noticed all
fAbove-J Mrs. lla Mae Talley, Art,
Head ot Art Department.
CAboveJ Mrs. Talle-y's art class creates with color.
CBeloWl Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy, Art.
those new division pages in the annual with
the pictures of the little clay figures that you
had made or Watched being made.
How speckled you got painting sets for the
plays and how you noticed how nice the set
looked When you went to see the play. And
how could you torget the final art exhibit
Which Was put on by the Whole department
which was always enjoyed so much.
il Industrial Art
Remember . . .
How you looked forward to the times when you
had woodshop or mechanical drawing? lt was really
fun to make all those whatnots and draw house plans.
Then in high school you could make those chests
of drawers that took such a lot of work and those beds
you were proud to read about in the paper. You were
awfully proud of those book cases that you made for
7 l your mother too.
Clkbovel Mr. C. G, Sykes, Metal Shop,
fAbovel Mr. f-lansuld's woodshop class set up
tBelowl Mr. George A. Hansuld, Mechanical
And of course you remember how proud you
were of yourself when you handed in your
bread boards and bookends in junior high.
That certainly was a nice display, you felt,
that you put in the downtown windows of the
things you had completed so far during the
lBeloWl Miss Petersen's Homemaking Class
CBelowJ Mrs. Gladys Holden, Homemaking.
CLet'tl Miss Neva Petersen,
Homernaking, Lunch Super- Vi 1
visor, Head of Home-making
CRightl Miss M. Elizabeth
Recall . . .
The many days you spent trying to learn
how to can in seventh, eighth and ninth grades.
The rattle and bang ot jars and all the things
on the cooker you Were supposed to know.
The terrible time you had trying to learn the
vitamins and proteins. But last ot all, the
smell of burnt beans, potatoes, and corn when
you Were doing your best to learn the hoW's
and why's in cooking. The days you spent
trying to knit squares for the Red Cross.
Recall the terrible trial those thimbles were.
And also all the strange markings on the
patterns you had to learn to use before mak-
ing anything. The tun everyone had on the
day they brought small children to school to
watch and care for. The day you worked
real hard to do everything just right when
your mothers came to school for tea.
fllelowl Ag, Royaz View one of their Duroc
Cbelowl Mrs. Ruby Fullmer, Nurse
fl.eftJ Mr, A. Glenn zlaines,
Agriculture, Farm Manage
ment, Animal Husbandry.
fRightJ Agrciulture class re
shingles a barn roof
Can't You Remember . , .
Taking those trips to different farms
and sales. You also remember raising
your FFA gilts for the club project.
Remember fixing all those pitch forks,
axes, malls and hammers for summer
farm use, You certainly recall making
those concrete hog troughs too,
Remember the FFA basketball games
with other towns. You can't help but
remember going out to the different
country schools showing those moving
pictures and giving those speeches to
improve community farming.
As If You Could Forget . . .
That time you played hookey by pretending there
was an awful ache in your stomach. Remember the
flu epidemic and the hour-long line, Waiting just to
have a thermometer popped in your mouth.
fLeft7 Mrs 'Nilnia
Forshay, W o r l d
CRightJ Miss Fl Jr!
ence C o o p e r,
CLower leitl Miss
Ella M. D r e w ,
Remember . . .
l-low you dreaded those weekly reviews. l-low you
relished the jokes. Recall the time when you were
handed a map and told to locate various places on il
Recall those plays you acted out in Miss Cooper-'sz
class. lt seemed that everyone had parts and conseauently
there was no audience.
ln World history you always had to have extra credit
Work as you finished each chapter. There were every-
thing from guillotines to nineteenth century cars to
How you memorized the Declaration ot independence
in American history and boned up on world attairs
fUpper leftl Mr. Clifford Gul-
lette, World History, Social ond
Economic Problems, Civics,
American History, Head of
Social Science Department.
flseltl Miss Elizabeth Pollock,
Social Science, lunior Hiah
CRightl Mrs. Marjorie Davidson,
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CRigl'itl Mr. A.
Head ol Instru-
flower rialill Miss
lunior High Or-
chestra, M u s i c
flllwyr-D Min.: llfelinda Ho1g'geii:taf:l4,
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lVlu.niry Mix' fl Clirirupz, l'lriatl oi I'-AIJTSIC
liciift l.v.'or l"or'tgel .
'Vhose Mem Made Music books telling the story ol
music from primitive time on. And those records of the
lirst music made which were just grunts, screams and
yells. llow well you remember those breathing exercises,
breathe in, breathe out.
llocall the study ol operas in eighth grade How
popular "ll l-fl S. l5inalore" "Martha" and "Carmen" were.
llow everyone hated the days when the teacher played
tlirifae overturef: which you were later tested on.
The thrill of playing in band concerts and orchestra
concerts and singing in glee club and small groups.
lUpper rightl Mr. Van Dyke
Clingman, Iunior High instru-
fLet'tl Miss Rosslyn Houalz,
might? Mrs. Bernice Bt-nriell,
A-V X W ylirtsg k
fAbOve3 M155 Marian Speak? IZA English, Eng. tAbovel Mrs. Be-stor's Latin class coniuflats-2
Lit. A, Girl Reserves, Head ot English lleporttnent Cmolllel verb-
l-low Could You Forget . . .
Reading Treasure Island, Lady of the Lake,
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and l'Snow--
bound." The teachers always made you
memorize all those passages and quotations
from each chapter, Remember all those grarnf
mar rules you had to know loetore the teachers
would pass you,
Reading all that prose and poetry in ninth
grade and how you would study that little
tAboveD Miss Bernice Eaxatlvintt,
English Literature F, A.Iltf1lIC'f'1"l
tLettl Mrs. Edna Bestar,
tRightJ Miss Beverley Anne
Q? W Smith, English, English Litera-
ture B, American Literature,
Newtonia News, Annual.
CLeltl Misa Florence l. Pwrovm,
Penmoniship, Speech, Engwlinlt.
lRiqlitl Mrs. Mciry Wolicer,
English, Dreinotics, Ploy Pro-
And Speech X
green essay book, outlining eoch one. Re-
member too, Merchant of Venice ornel Ivanhoe.
ln tenth grade you groducited into Silas
Mcrrner, Sliokespeoree Iulius Caesar, Tenny-
:aon's Idylls of the King ond Dickens A Tale
of Two Cities.
Remember in eleventh ond twelttli made
lfncilieli singing American bollods, shudolering
ol "l3eowi.ill", ond loter loronching out into
litercutiire el fill the Countries: ol the World mbovoi Mme SIMM, Engmh elm.. rwds hm,
CLeltl Miss Alice Reed, Enolish.
fRightl Miss Charity Rrem,
CLeltl Miss Catherine Oiwicl.,
tliightl Miss Hildrod Potwin
fl.ett belowl Mrs. Mae Gage,
Mrs. Bunker has had the opportunity Children tor
the past several years. ln this class math, spelling,
English, and any subject the children are weak in
are taught. This is a areat help to children who are
slower at grasping new ideas.
Remember . . .
Those little slips ot paper you got in your classes
when you had a book overdue from 27 or 3011. How
KBelOW.l Mm' Hamm Bunker' GPA you'd rush home only to find that you had either taken
it back or that you couldn't even tind it.
CBelowJ Miss Margaret Little, Library, Study Hall.
You Are Sure To Remember . . .
That telephone call to the office from
Miss Helen Bishop. That, however, was
just one of the jobs she did as secretary
to Mr. Lynn.
And across the hall from her you can
recall Mrs. Louise Harrington Working at
her desk over the affairs of the school.
tLeltD Mrs. Louise Harrington,
Mr. Berg's Secretary.
fliightl Miss Helen Bishop, Mr.
CLeftl Mr. T. H.
Kelso and Mr T.
C. Hughes, cus-
Remember . . .
The janitors working away from dawn
to evening trying to clean up the school
for you and keep it warm and in repair.
Almost every time you would look around
you could see some of them sweeping
up the paper someone had just dropped.
tBelowJ Mr. Henry Van Dyke, head custodian.
You will see Miss Carolyn Kruse
any time through the day in Iunior
High. She teaches seventh grade
English. Before she came here this
year she was working in Chicago.
Miss Naomi Bos-
and English in-
last semester to
Newton from three
WAVES as person-
took up her tcrrner
y e a r s in
p o s i t i o n im-
mediately with the
play, "The Tong-
Mrs. Iune Homage took Mrs, Meg-
git's place at the beginning oi the
second semester, She is a physical
education instructor and teaches
most of the lunior high girls.
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Mr. Leland Luft took over in the Iunior high
mathematics department at mid-year after having
served as chief naval officer at a gyroscope
school at Treasure Island during the war.
An old but yet new member
of the taculty this year is Mr.
Robert Wick. Formerly he
taught public speaking, SEP.,
and coached debate. In l942
he entered the service and
was stationed in Italy as a
captain during the war. He
teaches one class of American
history and is adviser lor the
A teacher who joined the
stall second semester was Mr.
Otis Crozier. During t'i ar
Mr. Crozier was an a.-my
laboratory technician in Naoles
for two years.
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Seniors are leaders ot the immediate future,
the hope of passing generations, good minds,
steady hands and Willing hearts, ready to
make a World of controversy and suspicion a
Utopia of never-ending peace. 1946, a living
year, a date when numerous Weil-known pupils
and couples will graduate into a new lite.
Leaders of underclassrnen, their footsteps set
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lautic lionoris during lkiit: lligli .vilicol Wim hw Omlgmwmm mu
cared: to merit the title ot valedic-
Whetlier todays students go on to job, college, or into the arms ot
Uncle Sam, l946 will be the year the seniors look back upon as one of
their biggest, busiest, and best. The Valedictorian and salutatorian led the
class in knowledge and the otticers below directed the class activities,
lntorrnal otlicerzs not in picture: Giftorian Ronny Butler, Poet' Marjorie Qliofvke,
Yell Leaders Shirley Adams, Babe Kurnin, Song Leaders: Beverly Elfscott, Bob Stafivon,
CLeft to rightl Bill Denniston, Darrell Rojohn, Sally Hamill, Tlialia Arndt
Darlene F, Anderson
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Darrell Aclitcfmoior Freda Adams Shirley L. Adams
Aariciillure Commercial Commercial "Sliortie"
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Fern Atwood Vernon Babcock' Stacy Backus'
Commercial College Prep "Bob" Commercial
flliiu-ml f"mrus 51, Al. Girls' Flffllllllll l. 2. fl. 4-l0l'0l' 4. Mixed Chorus 3, First Nuys'
'l'ri ali- Trio Ii, -t, "'1'l1v 'l'rzu'k 1, 2. Golf Ll. Ulm' Vluh 2, 25.
"1 - - vIll'll" -1. Girl R04
'Serving in llie Armed Forces.
Betty I, Baldwin
Soc-ond Girls' Glee Club 1.
Home ltlv. Ulub 1. liihrary
Club l, 3. "Cardinal Rsviewn
3. Delta Mu Delta: Zi, -L Girl
lames Banks loe Sam Barton
Industrial "l'ioola" College Prep
Football 1. 2, 4-Aletter 4. Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, -L
Trnvk 2. Buys' Double Quartet 2, 3,
4. "Rod Mill" 2. Footbsill I
2. Bziskotball Manager 1.
Annual Newtonia News 3.
"The Visitor" 4.
Sevond Girls' Glee Club 1.
First Girls' Glee Club 2. 3-
Prcsidvnt 3, Mixed Cihorus
3. 4. Girls' Triple Trio 3. 4.
"Rod Mill" 2. Girl Reserves.
Trnnsfgr frmu Vt-rclugo Hills
High Sr-llonl, 'l'ujun,'fn, Cnli-
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Girl Reserve-s 3, 4.
Carlos E. Baxter
Colleae Prep "Curl"
-linys' Glu- Vlub 1, Footlmll
Craig Bedell Mary Ann Bishop
Football Manager 2. May Fate 1. First Girls'
tilt-'P Club 1. 2. "The Tauglml
Yarn" 4. Girl Reserves.
Ilalskn-Ilmll I, 4.
lvlllllillllll 1, 2, ll. fl-If-tt:-r 4.
2 'l I
Ilnnkvtluill 1, .
lf-ttf-r 4. True-k 1, 12, Sl, 4.
Lilnrnry Club I. First Girls'
tilt-0 Club I, 2,
Uhorus ZS, 4. "lim
l Mill 2.
Annunl Il. tl irl lim-svi'v1-s--
l rugrum llhuirumn
Leona Bixby Betty lean Blacker
Commercial 'Bix" Commercial "Lee" Commercial "Bot"
Sn-1-mimi Girls' H100 Clnlu 1, Sm-oml tiirls' Glen- Ululi 1, Svvoiul Girls' film- fllllll 1.
2, liirl Its-sv1'v4-s, LZ. Girl Item-1'vn-s, 12. Girl Rlsx-rvvs.
Kenneth A Brownw Robert Buckles Gene Buckley
Industrial '-Brownieff Industrial "Bob" Agriculture "Buck"
Nowtonia News 2, 3, 4. Home ltnom Ruprl-smmxtive
"Cardinal Review" 3. 2. l4'.l".A. l, 2, 4-Pre-si1lvnt
Bnskr1tlm1l1.Track2. 4, liullsi Mu lla-ltzi Il, -1.
l"1mtlH1ll l. 2, Il. -l-lvttvl'
Ji, 4. 'lIl'llt'k l. 11. 35 '--- lvllcl'
25. N,.X.ll,S. Il, 4.
Ronald Butler Ramona Cameron Max Carder
College Prep "Wre-tt" Coinrnercial "Mo" Commercial
'1'r:mst'r-r from xV0lNlI'llfl' liund 1. 2. fl, 4-Prvsiiln-lit
lligh Si-lmol, IR-orin. llliimis -l. Pop linml 2. Il, 4. Minit-
Zl. :xlllllltll -1, N -wtmiiai Ni-ws 4. De-ltal Mu llvltn J. 4
li, 4-Sports Iiclitnr. Award il. Ort-lit-Nt1':t I. ZZ. il.
4. ucilffllllill K1-vin-wl' 4. "'l'llt
'l'illlg'l04l Yarn" 4. Girl lit'-
l"nuI lnill -l.
Student Council 1--Presi-
tlent. Home Room Repre-
svntative 2. Mixed Chorus
15, -1-Vice ,Prlsidexlt 3.
Boys' Glee Club 4. Class
'l'1'eusure-r 4. Forensir' Club
4. Football I. 2. Basketball
Manager Z5--letter. Truck
lim-lt:: Mu lloltn 4. llunll l
2, llirl Rest-rvvs.
Boys' Hlee Club 1, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2. l"oothanll l. ZZ.
Busketlmll l. 2. Golf 1. 2. ,
3-lvtter 2, Ii. N.A,H.S. 3, l
"'I'!1f- Yisituru 4. Girl RD
Erdythe Irene Earp
Annual 2, 3, Honorary "N"
Zi. Hirl Rem-rws.
First Girls' Glen Cluli 1, 2.
Girl ltr-serv 1s.
Richard E. Donahue qrman y lane Eads
Commercial "Donuts:" Ind'u tr' l "TDor"' Commercial "lame"
Boys' GI-'19 Clllln 2, Ii- Shu c it mvil l---Yi:-4' llll'llllNfPl' Horn K1-linux, Iown
l'rvHirluril, Ura-In-sim 2, il Pros 0 . Mixr-rl Ulm:-us 1. IS. Nixs-rl l'l-ny-us il, 4, First
'I'rum'k 2, fl. 2, Il . Oys' Gle-u Cluly 2. Girls' tile-v llluli Il, I. Girl
ll, , "Heil Mill" 2. "Tho Ih-sm'x'Q-s Il, +I,
'l'zlliglv1l Yarn" 4. Football
1. 2, 3. 4-lottvr il, 4.
Basketball 1, 2, IS, 4---lvtivr
J, 4. Fravk Z, J, 4.
Beverly Ioyce Elscott
Student Council 1. Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4. First Girls'
Glee Club 1. 2. Orchestra
2, 3. "Thr: Tangled Yarn"
4. Girl Reserves-Class Re-
College Prep "Lew"
Band 1. Orchestra 1. Boys'
Glee Club 3, 4. Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4-Secretary 3. Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1,
2, 3, 4-letter 3, 4. Track
2, 3--letter N.A.H.S. 3,
4. "Little VVomen" 1, "You
Cax1't Take It With You" 1,
"The Very Light Brigade"
12, "Sun Up" 2. "Junior
Missn 3, "The Visitor" 4.
'I'lu-spian Club 2, 3, 4.
Clifford L. Farland
Student Council 1-Vive
President. Mixed Chorus 1.
Commercial and College
'l'r:msi'vr irom Tl'ilPI'. Iowa
Il, "Tim '1'2lllE,lk'1l Yarn" 4.
Girl Rn-sf-r'.'es 25. 4.
Wyonne Gifford Ethlyrie Good
Commercial Commercial "Blondie"
First Girls' film- Club I. 2. l"irsi Girls' Glffo Club l.
Girl lbw-i-ws. llirl R4-serves.
First Girls' Glow- Club 2.
Sara Arm Hamill
College Prep "Sally"
Student Council 1. Band 1,
12. Mixed Chorus 4. Class
Vice President 3, 4. Delta
Mu Delta 4. Nowtonia News
4. " You Czm't Take It Vilith
You" 1. "The Very Light
Brigade" 1. "Suu Up" 2.
"The Visitor" 4. "The Tang-
led Yarn" 4. Thespizm Club
2, 3, 4-Secretary 4. Girl
College Prep "Dick"
Ile-lin Nli: lh-ltai 4. A'f'ill'lllIlIll
Rvvivw' 22, 4, Annuzll 4.
.. 1 . - U . X'-
Xuu flllll Iilkv ll Xitli
'i'o1!" 2. ,l'lll'SIlillll frllllll 35. 4.
Willis Edward Grant
Colleqe Prep "VVillie"
Band 1, 2. 3, 4. Pop Band
2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
Sec-mid Girls' Gle2 Club 1,
2, Il, First Girls' Gleo Club
4. Girl Reserves.
Mix.-II Illmrur-i I. Sa-I-ond
Ilirls' Ulm- Ululr I, 2.
Ur-I-In-sIl'u l, 2. il. Girl Rv-
wr-rvvs-Snvinl Fhnirmnn 2.
Svvonrl Girls' Glr-v Club 1.
First Ilirls' Glen- Uluh 2.
thorn-1 I llunn F4
Mixs-ll ' .
Chili I. 2, JK. -4-lwsiflvrit
2. Stun- S-1-rs-tury 4. Annual
2, IK. llllllilfllfy "N" Zi. ilirl
Il, Sn-rviw fllllllflllllll -L IM-Hn.
Mu llvlla 4.
Harriet I. Hammerly
H4-I-unsl Girls' film- i'lulm I.
2. Mix:-il Chorus ll, 4.
Uri-ln-slrzi 2, 8. Ilnnu- IGI-.
Ululn l, 2. 3, -fm-'l'T'I'1ISIll'I'l'
I. Lilrrury Club I, 2, .74
l'rm-side-nl 2. liirl li1-svi'-.'I-s-
Class Representative 2. Vice
l'rm-s-rifle-nt II, l'x'e-sirla-nt 4,
In-llzl Mu ll:-lin 4.
Shirley A. Harper
Commercial College Prep "Pete"
Alamy l"Hh- I. flu-nlu-sin-ri 2 IM-lm Mn Delta 4. New-
Inniu News Il. "'l'll0 Visitor"
Marilyn Lee Hiatt
Mixed Chorus 4. Band 1, 2,
3, 4-Secretary-Treasurer 3.
Pep Band 2, 3, 4. Orcliestrn
1, 2, 3, 4. Homecoming nt.-
tendant 4. Doltn Mu Delta
College Prep "Eddie"
Football 1, 2, 3, 4-letter
3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-
letter 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4--
Lotter 3, 4.
Iinys' Ulm' Kllulr l.
College Prep "Mickey"
Hand 1, 2. llnlnv l'l4'. Clulr
L, Annual L, 13. Girl Rf--
Shirley A. Holmes
College Prep "Shirl"
May F?t-c 1. Band 1, 2, 3,
4. Pep Band 2, 3, 4. Or-
vhestra 1. 2, 3, 4--Secre-
tary 4. Music letter 2, 3.
Mixed Chorus 2, 4. "The
Visit0r" 4. Girl Resvrvvs.
Dgltn Mu Delta 3, 4.
Transfer from Miugo, low:
4. t"l'he Tamglesl Yarn" -I.
May l".-tv 1. S04-ond Girls
Glvo Club 1, 2. linnrl l. 2
il, -1. P911 Bnnvl Sl. 4. 01'
Basketball 1, 2. Trunk 2.
"Junior Miss" 3. "'l:.ngle4l
Harold Iackson Betty Lou Iacobs Robert D. Iohns
Industrial "Tiny" Commercial "lake" Commercial "Sonrz 1' "
Sevond Girls' Glee Club 1.
May F':to 1, Band 2, 3, 4.
On-hr-stra 1. Girl Reserves
Student Council 1. Mixed
Chorus 1. Boys' Glce Club
2. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Class
Secretary 3. "Tangled Yarn"
4. Basketball 1, 2, 4. Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4-l2tter 4.
Travk 1, 3, 4.
cliestru 1, 2, 3, 4. 'AThe
Tangled Yarn" 4. Girl Ru-
College Prep "Toby"
Buys' Glee Club wl, 2.
Iiihrnry Club I, May Feti-
1, .knuuul ZS. Newtnniu
NA-ws 2. Girl Re'svrvn-af-Re-
porter il, pl'0L!1'3lll Cluiirman
4. "Sun Up" 25. "Junior
Mins" 3. "The Visitor" 4.
"The 'I'nnglc-tl Yarn" -1. The-
npinn Club It, 4'-Vive
l'r4-sich-nt 4. D -ltu Mu
Footliull 2. 22, -I-In-ttvr Il,
Basketball 1, 2, Il, l-flvltvr
Coralie M. Knapp
Student Council 1--'1'reas-
urer. Boys' Ulm- Club 3.
Claw-4 R -pr:-M-ututivu 2.
BllHlil'flHlll 1, 2, It. Football
l, 2, Il. Tmck I, 2, JI. "The
Viwitnr" 4. Tha- Tangled
Yarn" 4. Thcspinn Club 4.
Boys' Ulm-v Club I, 2, il, 4-
l'rn-uidmit. l. Mixvnl Cliorus
4. Tru:-k I, 2, 3, 4.
Matthew Leydens Donald Lloyd
IUCIUSYTY "W11g" Commercial "Don"
Basketlmll 2. Il. Footlmll Boys' Glve Club 1. Truck 1.
1 2 3 4-letter 2 3 4
Trnclc 2, 3-letter 2, I
Robert I. Lust
Football 1. 2, Ji, 4--letter
It. 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4.
Track 1, 2, 3 4-letter 4.
College Prep "Margie'f
First. Girls' Glas' Club It.
Girl Rf-serves. Annual Shaft'
-1. Nvwlrmiu N.-wrs 4. "'l'ung,:-
lm-el Yarn" fl.
'lll'ill'll I. Fun
lack Dwight Martin'
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4.
"Red Mill" 2. Boys' Glze
Cub 1, 2. Orchestra. 1, 2, 3.
Basketball 1, 2. Football
Manager 4-letter 4. Track
Normie Lee Matheny
F.F.A. 1, 2, 4-Vice Presi-
dent 4. Football 1, 2, -1--
letter 4. Track 1, 2, 3.
llrull 'J o.
May Feta 1. First Girls Glee-
Club 1, 2. Newtonin Neyvs
3, "Tangled Yarn" 4. Girl
Boys' Glue Club 1, 2.
Gretchen Ann Miller
May Fate 1. Delta Mu Dolta
3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4-
Librarian 3. Orchestra 2, 3,
4, Mixed Chorus 2, 4. Girl
Williclm Molleck Ierry Morris LoVeto Morrison
College Prep 'Bill" Agriculture Commerciol "Susie"
lZ.m4l l, LZ, Zi. 1. Pop Rumi F.F..l. l. 2. -1-S4-vw-l:ll'5 ll'l'll4' l'l1', Ullllv I, liirl
1, 2. Mixvrl flliorus l. 2. -I. I, l4'0ollvull 2, Tl'Ill'li l, 13. livsr-1105.
Ul't'llt'Sfl'li. 2, 4. Alllllllll 4,
lfnotlnnll l, 2, 25, flfflritlvr
4. Hzlskvtliull 1, 2, Sl. 4.
Truck 1, 4-Mnnugxer -I. Golf
Lorelei Lee Mulbrook
College Prep "Lee"
Mny lfuts- 1. "Junior Miss"
"'I'hv Visitor" 4. Girl
Sunil-nt Gmini-il I. IH-ltn Mn
Imlm Zi, 4, Fuotlmll 1, 2,
Zi, 4-lvtivr 4. llawkr-Ylmll 2.
'I'rnvk l, 2, 3, 4--letter 3.
Marion Murray Ardoth Neol Harold Nelson'
College Prep "Pct" Commercial "Anile" Industrial
Trnnsfcr from Colfax, Town May Frte 1. Ilomo Ev. Club
4. Girl Reserves 4. l. Girl Reserves.
Ralph E. N iebur
lnclustrial "Butch" College Prep "Ole"
Studs-ni Cquuvil l-l'om- Delta Mu lie-l1.uZi,4.i-lanzrl
Illilll'f' llllillflllllll, Voutlmll 1, U. 3, 4---Pri-sid-lnt. 2.
I, LZ, Jft. -lvlvttz-1' -I. H:uslwt- Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Ur-
bull 1. 2. 'lrark 1, 2, lt, .1, vhs-stm I. 2, Ii, 4-P1-pei.
nl'-nt 4. Stud:-nl. Cnnduutm
Il. "'l'lu- Visit-or" 4. Fuutlmll
-1. 'l'1'm'k 2, 15, 4.
College Prep "Mari"
May Veto 1. Second Girls'
Glen Club l. Band 3, 4.
Oruluestra Ji, 4. "Sun Up'
Il. Girl Reserves. Cheer-
Marjorie L. Patterson
Second Girls' Glee Club 1.
Band 2. 3, 4. Pep Band 2,
3, 4. Home Ee. Club 1,
2, 3, 4. Girl Reserves.
Betty Iean Pauls
Commercial WE. I."
Home Room Reprecentntive
2. Annual 3. Newtonia News
3. Orchestra 3. Band 3, 4-
Vi'ce President 4. Pep Band
3. Home Ec Club 1, 2. Girl
Reserves-Pianist 3. "Junior
Miss" 3. Delta Mu Delta. 4.
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2.
Harriet Lee Pahre
Library Club 2. First Girls'
Glee Club 1, 2. Band 3, 4.
Girl Reserves. "Cardinal
Review" 4. Delta Mu Delta
First Girls' Glee Club 3.
Donald E. Peery
F.F.A. 1. 2. Boys' Glee
Club 2, 3.
Norman Petersen Helen Phillips
College Prep "Pe2e" College Prep
"Little Wnmi-n" 2, "You May FL-te l. Band 1, 2, 8,
l'un'L Tukv lt With You" 2. -1-letter 3. Orchestra 1, 2.
Si, 4. Pep Band 1, 2. 3, 4.
Fred D. Ritter
'I'runxf1-r from Molim-, ll-
Nuys' tilt-1' Club l, 2 Il, I.
I .I A. 4.
College Prep "Ierry"
'fraiiisfvr from Van Cleve,
Darrell Rojohn Delbert A. Roush Dale Rusk
Industrial Commercial "Deb" College Prep
' . , 3 . -f"l . Student Council 1. flllllllll Buys' Glce Cluh 1, 2, 3I'x-Ll
v?w?,,L:F5l,,5reG:gf,:i.t if fibongulfl Staff 3. Mixed ChUl:RlS 1, Chorus 3, 4. Newtonian Nluas
In 2' 3' 4-letter 3. 4. -1. Track BA. Forensic' 3, 4. Editor 4.
isusk.-wall 1, 2, 3, 4-lem-r Club 4-Pfesldenh
vk 1 2, 3, 4-
3, 4. Tra
letter 2, 3.
Barbara Ioan Santen
May Foto 1. Class Sc-wrofary
1. Class 'l'r.-usurer 3. Mixed
Vlmrus 1. 2, 3. -l. "Re-4l
Mill" 3, Girl Ri-survvs.
Mary lean Santen
May F4-tv 1. Orrhostrn 1
Stuilc-nt Vmmuiivil 1. Girls'
Ulee Flulx I. -Mixed i'l'iorus
l. 2. Ct, 4. Girl liesi-rxesn
Class Rl'lPI'BS.'llliillYC 2
Roma Lee Scoville
May Fein- l. Band 1. 2. 3,
4-Manager 2. Pop Band 4.
Orvhestrii 1, 2, 3, 4 -
A11lI12lgf'l' Ii. Girl Rem-i'vos.
lames W. Shearer
College Prep "Tim"
Transfer from Hampton,
Iowa 4, Basketball 4.
Sylvia Dean Shrum
Mil! Feta 1. Second Girls'
Gloe Club 2, Girl Reserves.
Mary Doris Slycord
Many Fate l. First Girls'
Glee Club I. Sei-und Girls'
lilee Clubi2. "Tho Turigled
Yarn" 4. Girl Reserves.
Doris Smith X, l' J Lois Smith Ruth Smith
Commercial F College Prep Not graduating
Many Fr-to 1. First Girls' Glen- May Fc-te 1, Mixed Chorus
Club 1, 2, Library 2. "The l, 2, Il. 4. "Rell Hills" 2.
Tangled Yarn" 4, Girl Re'
Annual 4-ACU-editor. New-
toiiia News 3, 4-Editor 4.
Quill and Scroll 4. Girl Re-
serves. Music Award 3.
First llirls' Glec
Buys' lllna Club 2, 3. F.l4'.A.
1, 2, 4-sentumul 4. Foot-
lmll 'l 4 'I'rm'k " 'I
Velma lean Sparks
G irl Rm-sz-rvcs.
lflilif LQ 9
College Prep "Tom" Industrial "Burt"
llvlmlv lvflvr 1. Ol'i'lx4-stru Second Boys' Glee Club 1.
l, 2, Sl, 4. "Sun Up" 2. First Boys' Gleu Club 2, 25,
"Junior Miss" Il. Thu-spiuu 4 Mixed Chorus 2, ll, -1.
lllub 2, 3, 4. "Red Mill" 3. Orchestra 1,
2. Basketball Nllltllllhflll' -
lvttor 3, 4.
Robert I. Snook
Boys' Glcfl Club 1. Mixed
Chorus ii, 4. Boys' Double
Sextet 4. Football 1, 2, 3,
4-letter 4. Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Tho Tangled Yarn" -1.
Club l. 2.
I"0otbnll 1, 2. Baslietlmll 1
2. Truck 1. "The Visitor
Robert E. Stanton
College Prep "Bob"
Second Boys' Glee Cinh 1.
Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4. First
Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
"Red Mill" 2. Delta. Mu
Delta 3, 4.
Elton Lee Starrett
Transfer from Colfax. Iowa
4. Mixed Chorus 4. Girls'
Triple Trio 4, Girl Ri.-serves
College Prep "Ollie"
Student Conm-il l. Bzmnfl 1.
2, 4fSel'1'etnry 4. Pep
Bancl 1. 2. Orvhestra, 2.
Take It NVith You" 1. "Very
Mixed Chorus 4. "You Caift
Light Brigade" 2, "Suu Up"
2. "Junior Miss" 3. "The
Visitor' 4. Thespian Club
3, A. Forfmsiv Club 4. Foot,-
lmll 1, 2, 3, 4gl0tt0r 4.
Biislcvtlinll 1, 2, 3, 4. Tr:ii'k
I. 2, It 4-Mzirizigiwi' el. N. A.
ll. N. 4.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 4-Treasurer 4
May Fvte 1. Girls' Douhln
Sextet 1. Girls' Triple Trio
3, 4. Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4. "Red Mill" 2. Band 1,
2, 3, 4. Pep Band 2. 3, 4.
Girl Resvrvi-s. Library Club
1. 2, 3. Annual 3, 4-Cn-
1-ditor 4. "You C:m't Tak.-
lt NVith Yon," "Sun Up' 2.
"Junior Miss" 3. "The
Visitor" 4. Thespinn lllulr 2,
Mary Ann Tetris
1. Orchestra. 1, 2. Girl Re-
May Fete 1. Home lic. Club
Transfer from Colfax, Iowa.
Girl Reserves. "Tangled
Max Tiedje Dale Toedt Beverly Townsend
industrial "T, G." Not graduating Homemaking
Football Manager 1, 4 -- Girls' Glee Club 1.
letter 4. Track 1, 3. "The
Tangled Yarn" 4.
Iomes L. Tyler
llvltu Mu IJ:-ltn
Room Rvpr"m-ntntivu 2.
. 1 1 1 ., .K 4
Boys hlee Llub
Ulmru' , 2, 1,
2, zz. ,
Urrlu-st' , L. I
l'Y'I'Nltl1'lll It, -1. Musit- Awurrl
II, Ilunurnry "N" .L Now-
l l 1 l 4
tuniti Zi, Annun
N1-ws It, -I f-lthlitur
xia' l1t'll2llt'. " You
lt With You" 2. ""llh1-
Visitor" 4. Tlu-spinn 4'lub 2,
25, 4. Football 1.
S-1-untl Girls' Gln-ti tflub 1.
l"irr4t Girls' Gln-v Club, tlirl
Colleen Townsend Cotrlton Trotter Helen leon Turney
Commercial cmfl l-lome Agriculture Commercial "Marnie"
Economics , , 2 Sm-oml Girls' Glen- Club 1,
I 'I 'AA 1' ' 4' 2. Girl Reserves.
Mory R. Urios
First Girls' Glu- Club 1. 2.
Sl, Hume Ev. Club t. 2. Girl
Roberto Von V oorst
Com in erciol
First Girls' Glee Club 1. 2.
Mixed Chorus 3, 4. Girl
ZS. Delta Mu Delta 4.
Football manager 2, 3 -
lvttvr ll. Basketball !llAll1LlfZ'I:'l'
22. 'l'rn4-k l. 2. silllllllllglttl'
2, Sl-li-tier 2, 3.
Dale Versteegh Esther Waddell Ray I. Walther
lndustrlal Commercial "Indy" Industrial "Nose"
llilwary Cluln l. liunll Il, 4, Mix-ll Chorus I, 2. il, 4.
Orchestra 2, Il, 4. Girl Rv- Boys' Give Clulr I, Huy!
serves. Delta Mu Dvltzm 4. Iluulile Quartet 4. lvlltllllllll
l, 2. Il, 4.---l0lll'l' Il. -L
liuslivtllzill l. 2, fl. 'l'r:u-lc
1. 2, fl, 4. N.,K.ll.S. 4.
Ioy Winter Myron E. Wormley
Commercial College Prep
Sec-ond Girls' Glee Club 1. Student Council 1. Boys'
First Girls' Glee Club 2. Glee Club 1. Home Room
Mixed Chorus 3, 4. "The Representative 2. Football
Tangled Yarn" 4. 1, 2, 3, 4-minor letter 4.
Track 1, 2, 3. Delta Mu
Duane L. Westbrook
lfirsl Girls' tilvu Clulr 1.
, Patricia Willits
Ser-mul Girls' Glee Club 1.
"Sun Up" 2. llirl R ':w:'v41s.
In-ltu Mu Delta 4.
"Thr Visitor' 4.
Senior Prom -
Senior Picnic -
Class Motto: "Life is what you make it"
Class Flower: Red Rose
Class Colors: Cherry Red and White
Best Athlete -
Best Looking -
Best Sport - -
Most Bashful - -
Most Conceited -
Most Courteous -
Most Dignified -
Most Sarcastic -
Most Talented -
Thalia Arndt -
Thalia Arndt -
Pat Willits - -
Sally Hamill -
Sally Hamill -
Shirley Holmes -
N eatest - - Mary Ann Bishop
Peppiest - Marge O'Roake
Wittiest - Marge O'Roake
Iohn Craig Donna Allen Lawrence less
CNo picturel lNo picturel CNo picturel
Industrial Commercial Industrial
Glee Club 4, Mixed Chorus Transfer from Green City, Glee Club 1, 2. 3. Mixed
4, Mo. 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4.
- Melvin Hobbs
- Bob Iohns
- Babe Kurnm
- Babe Kurnm
- Melvin Hobbs
- Dorman Doty
- Gene Buckley
- Bob Stanton
- Darrell Rojohn
- lim Tyler
- Bob Iohns
- Babe Kumm
- Ronnie Butler
Charles Wert 1
QK wi 'Z ,P 'V if
-fit ik Q by
avg 'Q 3 1 Q
5 I 4
Iuniors are the rustic center of eagerness to
learn and laugh. Iuniors reveal the reality ot
the witticisrn, "the lull betore the storm." Gay,
carefree, moderately serious, they typify the
true teen-ager. They may realize the soberness
cat things to come but they are eager to live
without burden of worry or troubled anticipa-
tion, Education, at this time, begins to form
materially, and knowledge grows into a living
object in the eyes of Newton High School
I H Q in x
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H- if " 4 .
Vw ,f ' K 6 I-
. , mlb
x - Hwy, .
fl.eft to Right? lohn Berg, Secretaryg Robert Brie-rly, Presidentg lane Ross, Vice-President Iohn Leyclens
Eldon Ada ms
E. A, Arnflt
Ivalou Ellenvv mod
Betty lean De Moss
Ruth Ann Fox
Mary Louise less
Iohn Leydens Gladys Lott
Mary Ann Lloyd Dale Long
Robert Long William Lyons
Burton Lothe Darlyne McCabe
lames McCa1'l lc-e McMasters
Margaret Petersen Lois Postma
Anna Marie Pille Kathryn
Chrystal Pai sons
Peggy Ann Perry
Kenneth Sch wartz
Carol Soderblom Billie Spillers
Donald Sparks Elsie Springer
Famer: Stanley Avis Stevenson
Coleen Stevens Lowell Stewart
Lester Van Dyke
Mafgflfel VCU H0111 Warner Wagaman
Underclassrnen are the unglorified masses
of industrious students who hold the glory of
sports, the hopes ot the faculty, the spice of
activities, and the goal of graduating in the
palm ot their hands and the fruittulness ot
their minds. They are youths who will use their
unmassed education as an instrument to carve
out a good life and a sound future for the
generations to come.
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Tenth Grade Boys
CLelt to rightl
Row 1: Max Rabourn, Richard Havens, Bill Sudbrook, Dick Leydens, Paul Guy, Donald
Loupee, Iohn Starrett, Elden Lundberg.
Row 2: Dick Albee, Norman Kennedy, Dean Roussos, Richard Bricker, Dale Ebert, john
Livingston, Noel Moss, Carroll Meyer, Arthur Tratchel. Y A
Row 3: Kenneth Peery, George Krieger, C. R. Hooper Ir., Gene Ray Roush, Donald McKinney,
Bill Riley, Herbert Spencer, Rayburn Larimer, Roy L. Iensen.
Row 4: George Sjaardema, Robert Schultz, Edwin Miller, Samuel Bullers, Iohn McLaughlin,
Dale Turley, Raymond Crouse, Vernon Main, Esequiel Gonzalez,
Row 5: Bill Plumb, lim Morgan, Robert Campbell, Daniel Spalink, lim McMahon, Richard
Decker, Frank Barrett, Fred Phillips, Glen Ponder.
Row 6: Dean Ellis, Norman Filer, Bill Heaberlin, Iames Thomas, Harold Mason, Frank
He-rbst, lerry Guthrie, Gene Lgincoln, lim Esping, Byron Brain.
Row 7: Bob Lister, Bob Molleck, Clair Calhoon, Ronnie Holdsworth, Bob Moftitt, Bernard
Lammers, Leon Adams, Bruce lung, Edward McMahon, Bob Pennell.
Row 8:Bi1l McLain, Bob Harper, Charles Tabor, Eldo Reid, Bob Fisher, Bill Laird, lim
Stewart, lim Wolfe, Charles Shepherd, Hugh Carpenter, Bill Waddell, Ralph Beals.
Row 9: lack Mortley, David Aldridge, lack Nicholson, Leslie Crawford, lerry McMahon,
Leroy less, Ioe Urias, Glenith McKee, Larry Iackson, Paul Simons, lack McClurg,
Edward McKeag, Robert Vanderbilt,
Tenth Grade Girls
tLelt to rightl
Row 1: joan Samson, Ladonna Toye, Georgette DeMeyer, Marilyn Humphrey, Pat Mul-
brook, Marjorie Rodgers, Etha Duchesneau, Claire johnson, Delores Meyers, Wanda
Row 2: Marty jo Lorton, Norma Clymer, LaVola Herrington, Shirley Kooistra, Greta Miller,
Elma Peery, Dorothy Wesses, Marilyn Walker, Edith Humes, Cecilia johnson, Shirley
Row 3: Patricia Damman, Shirley Sutphin, Elveretta Walker, Marjorie McNeW, joyce
Kreager, Dorothy lllingworth, Vineta Decker, Betty Darr, Pat Craig, Ann Russell.
Row 4: lva Mae Babcock, Betty Sedlock, Marjorie Mateer, Marilyn Talbot, Ruth Wedekin,
Marilyn Higdon, Ramona Patterson, Lois Brand, Shirley Carnahan, Phyllis Earp,
Ruth Blom, Virginia Schippers.
Row 5: Lucille Graham, Daneene jenkins, Lucille Bitter, Darlene Nearmyer, Dorothy
Vander Wertt, Phyllis Dickerson, Marjorie Shankland, Marilyn Utterback, joAnn
Vance, Lorraine Merritt, Marilyn Anderson.
Row 6: joann Denniston, Darlyne Tidball, Lorena Ayres, Betty Banks, Viola Lacey, Bette
Young, Sally Baird, Helen jackson, Louise Lantz, joy Burnett, Shirley Sprague,
Row 7: Louise Larson, Darlene Davis, Frances Stover, Arlene Holmes, Mary Alyce Paul,
Fredda Bryson, julie Hamill, Phyllis Davis, Roberta Hiatt, LaVonne Kleinendorst,
Patty Huffman, Betty Main, Carol Pahre.
Row 8: Doris Dainmeier, Beverlee Bempp, Patty Kleinendorst, Barbara jack, Barbara
Elacker, Ruth Queen, Mary Ann Lansrud, joan Smith, jean Aunspach, Beverly
Emmack, Marie Brown, Alanna Forshay, Ardelle Nearmyer.
Row 9: Nellie Peterson, Boberta Blackledge, Rebecca Bay, Dorothy j. Pickering, Loretta
Martin, Beverly Hansel, janice Baridon, Lily Harr, Bowena Bates, Wanda Dowld,
Donna jean Dow, Edna Bunse, Colleen Trotter, Verlee lngle, Mary jean Shaw.
Ninth Grade Boys
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Row 1: Francis Sheeler, Gerald lacobs, lrwin Witte, Melburn Clymer, Bob Hurley, Larry
lontz, lack Thompson, Glen Shatter, Terry Goodman, Bud Davis, Butch Snook, Roger
Row 2: Dwain Holmes, LaVerne Nida, Iohn Swihart, Ronald Young, Gale Eaton, De-an
Leahy, Iames Lexis, Roy Hennsing, lack lones, LeRoy Hannagan.
Row 3: lunior Chedester, Marvin lngrahm, Leland Smith, Bill Spellman, Bob larnagin,
Leonard Dannen, Dwayne Mortenson, Don Monroe, Bob Carter, Rayetorcl Sutlihin,
Charles Baker, Bill Rogers.
Row 4: B-ill Foster, Robert Ferrins, Mordun McFadden, lack McCoy, Dale Spain, Carlton
Shields, lerry Damman, Edward Winger, Donald Umbarger, Bill Vernon, Robert
Meyer, Bob Stewart.
Row 5: Leslie Howse, Murray Bicknell, Bob Bennett, Roland Carter, Bob Griffith, Keith
Wisgerhol, Bob Perry, Ronald less, Donn Campbell, Rollin Hoffert, lim Donahue,
Craig Wright, Bob Ferguson, Bradley McMain.
Row 6: Dicky Richards, loe Nichols, Vernon McClein, Robert Lint, Robert Patterson,
Richard Breckenridge, jimmy Van Epp, George Myers, Robert Iohnson, Robert Van
Drimmelen, Fred Eke, Derald Danmeier, Isaac Baarda, George Cammack.
Row 7: Darwin Duming, Dennis B. LaFavre, Gerald Havens, lunior Myers, Maurice
Phillips, Charles Altman, Bob Smith, Dwight Mortenson, Howard Klopping, Leo
O'Roake, lack Umbarger, R. C. Laird.
Row 8: Robert Larson, Robert Roney, Lloyd Yates, Tommy Upton, Marvin Rohrclanz, lim
Shepherd, Donald Bollhoeler, Ronald Reynolds, lerry Funk, Forrest Wilcox, Dorntan
Parker, lim Ferguson, Robert Gomez.
Row 9: Robert McNeere, Elvin Hardenbrook, Eugene Leatheman, Richard Bozarth, Floyd
Peeper, Ioe Deutsch, Dean Nedman, Keith Hesson, Richard Green, Kenneth Bisom,
Harold Brayton, Frank Barile, Edward Harger.
Ninth Grade Girls
CLeit to rightl
Row 1: Helen Willits, Iudy Weston, Ioanne Trotter, Ioyce Trotter, Darlene Moore, Geraldine
Dop, Dorothy Woods, Leola Kingery, Marilyn Lockhart, Rosanne Morgan, Marilyn
How 2: Hazel Malson, Darlene Vodochodsky, Florence Iohnson, Helen Lewis, Patty Storey,
Bette Babcock, Lois Brown, Beverly Hartley, Norma Cox, Darlene Iames, Peggy
Pherigo, lean Earland, Mary Albee.
Row 3: Delores Lloyd, Irene Osborn, Bette Lester, Normalie Deere, Doris Patterson,
Rhodabelle Klopping, Ianice Schmedt, Maurene Iones, Mary Harrington, Donna Graham,
Marian Griffith, Laura Young.
Row 4: Marjorie Kimler, Marilyn Reynolds, Phyllis Oswalt, Margaret Williamson, Alice
Humes, Helen Iohnson, Ioan Welle, Ioan Howell, Patty Cameron, Alyss Nelson,
Rose Mary Durbala, Eileen Brooks.
Row 5: Collen Mae Revell, Margie Hoen, Barbara Louise Sumpter, Beverly IoAnn Stickney,
Beverly Craig, Lois Springer, Beverly Searl, Bonnie McPherren, Barbara Weldon,
Carolyn Dixon, Beverly Cooper, Barbara Cundifi.
Row 6: Louise Ellenwood, Renee DeCamp, Rose Snapp, Iudy Lester, Charlotte Hood,
Delores Marshall, Minnie Loo Swanson, Patricia Palmer, Roma Cooper, Betty Swihart,
Ianice Butler, Phyllis Cozad.
Row 7: Ianet Stock, Iayne Stockton, layne Thatcher, IaAnne Hill, Patricia Pietersma, Mary
Ann Samson, Eloise Charlesworth, Marilyn Brown, Betty Pherigo, Kay Van Roekel,
Beverly Rawlins, Sara lane Arends, Clarissa Fay.
Row 8: Carleta Hollenbeck, Maxine Culver, IoAnn Kile, Bonnie Gibson, Pauline Brown,
Una Rae Breen, Beverly Maddy, Wilma Musgrove, Margie Griggs, Marillyn Macltlair,
Margaret Davis, Betty Alltree, Leona Christen, Phyllis Marose.
How 9: Patricia Wymore, Miriam Salmon, Patricia Brazelton, Suzanne Grundman, Phyllis
Hobbs, Beulah Plum, Betty lane Santen, Patty Gooch, Betty Hooper, Carole Mahan,
Vivian Varner, Vera Beukema, Barbara Auten, Elise Beukema, Verlene Gregory.
Eighth Grade Girls and Boys
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Row 1: Maxine Hefley, Lucille Iackson, Bobbie Zimmerman, Dorothy Shaver, Ruthie
Thompson, Ierry Wickett, Phyllis Berry, lean Ellis, Beverly Hanke, Madonna Roberts,
Colleen Grant, Catherine Smith, Ioan Pille, Marilyn Farrow, Louise Backus, Io
Ann Fisher, Ella Wilcox, Hilda Trease, Mary Sivigart,
Row 2: Gary Atwood, Delores Gharrett, Marcella Postma, Ioan Smith, Letha Eaton, Beverly
Thompson, Evelyn Kano, Betty Logue, Delores Cooper, Dorothy Bergstrom, Ioan
Grosvenor, Margery Lynn, Donald Brayton, Bob lllingsworth, Phillip Oswalt, Barney
Stoveil, Donny Ringgenberg.
Row 3: Geraldine Cavitt, Martina Cobbs, Elizabeth Arendt, Donna Wonders, Eileen
Iohnson, Margaret Iohnson, Martha Robson, Mary Lou Iohnson, Barbara Dodd, Gayle
Glaman, Alice Leota Samuels, Edythe Talbot, Ianet Stewart, Patty Svejda, Pat Green,
Leona Wilson, Dick Scoville, Ronny Ringgenberg.
Row 4: Carol McMahon, IoAnn Gorgas, Marilyn Farland, Nancy Calvin, Barbara Winchels,
Carol Lee Fry, Roberta Shelton, May Bell Musgrave, Charlene Butler, Pat lung,
Phyllis Eldredge, Barbara Campbell, Mary Ann Granneman, Deloris Wilson, Betty
Lemley, Harold Blair, Bob Blair, Hugh Pherigo, Eugene Trotter.
Row 5: Iackie Riebe, Marijo Horn, Maryanne Evans, Iackie Schippers, Iudy Merritt, Mari-
belle Main, Doris Clement, Dorothy Wingles, Clifford Decker, Henry' Fortner, Thomas
Chitwood, Clarence Wellsom, Max Moon, George Lantz, Duane Van Baale, Blaine
Kloppenloerg, Dick Smith, Max Irelan.
Row 6: Vivian Townsend, Lela Van Meter, Margaret Wilson, Constance Wensel, Norinne
Shepherd, Flora Smith, Ray McCoy, Iimmy Crock, Iack Wyatt, Don Mong, Bob
Sparks, Iunior Mineor, Harry Pinegar, lack Fry, Rodger Iames, Billie Benjamin, Donald
Whalen, Bill Robson.
Row 7: Wilma Byerley, Carolyn Robson, Vivian Gearhart, Dorothy Garlock, Io Norris,
IoAnn Hiatt, Iuanita Morris, lames Young, Billy Fisher, Robert Trout, Bruce Cannon,
Gary Sullivan, LeRoy Funk, Harry Rosenberger, LeRoy Kimler, Rodell Lightfoot,
Donald Lint, Maurice Ward, Will Winters.
Row B: Iohn Thomas, Bob Cohn, Ken Ferguson, lim Kimler, Bradley Beals, Sally Lansriid,
Betty Lafterty, Carol Vander Meulen, Buddy Greenlee, Amanda Garcia, Wendell
Iones, Donald McFarland, Edward Masters, Ronald McClellan, Doyle Lammey, Richard
Wall, Milton Van Cleave, Wayne H. Mouchka.
Row 9: Dorothy Iacobs, Deanie Duminy, Barbara Myers, Phyllis lones, lack Nalevanko,
Frank Leydens, LeRoy Davis, Chuck Denniston, Iohn Mateer, Chuck Iarnagin, Bobby
Stark, Bill Rose, Ioan Lister, Ann Brierly, Pat McMurray, Ramona Mulbrook, Mary
Dinsmore, Kenneth Doty, Norman Mortenson, Bill Miller, Dave Heaverlo, Wayne Brown.
Seventh Grade Girls and Boys
tLelt to rightl
Row 1: Corwin Carnahan, Fred Wylie, Cecil Davis, lim Hildebrand, Ruth Kloppenborg,
Elizabeth lack, Elba DeCamp, Karen Chesnutt, Sue Boothe, Ierry Rouze, Dale Shatter,
Lois McNew, Kathryn Oliphant, Virginia Smith, Mary Lou Kent, Bobby Minear,
Byron Bryson, Duane Raridon.
Row 2: Tom Warden, Geraldine Monroe, Ioyce Wickliil, Iudy Nibe, Nina Adams, lo Ann
Marose, Arlys Van Zee, Mary Ann McMain, Bonnie Holmes, Norman Heiden, Donald
Iones, Bud Lister, Charles Marshall, Ierry Morris, Robert Lloyd, T. Van Den Desten,
Paul Harper, Gary Butler.
Row 3: Billy Sumpter, Billy Illingworth, Colleen Kingma, Deloris Sawyer, Deloris Danner,
Beverly Blacker, Phyllis McGee, Patricia Humes, Ann Newquist, Marva Lee Smith,
Bill Hart, Dick Iohnson, Edward Breckenridge, lay Shore, Ioe Babcock.
Row 4: Robert Van Gorp, Sammy Hallam, Donna Trotter, DeLoris Gildersleeve, Anna Mae
Swank, Yukona Thompson, Doris Grimm, Marilyn Wilson, George Boitnott, Bill Knox,
Clayton Newell, Leonard Barton, Richard Harsh, Elmer Trease, Donnie Mullen, Billy
Stevens, Wilfred Pille.
Row 5: Betty Hedges, Mary Lou Repp, Kenneth Vay, Loren Filer, Lowell Iones, Edmund
McCardell, Dale Miller, Merlin Elscott, Floyd Cooper, Cleo Lockwood, Connie Io
Prior, Sue McFadden, Margaret Shepard, Beverly lack, Helen Meldrem, LaDonna
Schuring, Mary Rosenberger, Bobby Myers.
Row G: Polly Hulse, Donna Cavitt, Lucy Bishop, Betty Wickliif, Alice Umbenhower, Lois
Hasselbrink, Dianne Iames, Ianice Myers, loAnn Wilson, Helen Holmes, Gary Oswalt,
Gene Richardson, Carl Durlala, Larry Patterson, Roger Mulbrook, Vernon Fay, Richard
Stockton, Sidney Dunitz, Dale Raridon, Lucille Gomez.
Row 7: Marilyn Robson, Leila Logue, Gladys Horsman, Ruth Whitsel, Barbara Meyer,
Floyd Parsons, Iohny Robson, Iohnnie Illingworth, Shirley McGuil, Edna Mae Ellen-
wood, Delia Gonzalez, Lois Kling, Donna Murray, Rosanna Gilleland, Lucile Bisoin,
Betty Illingworth, Cleo Plumb, Robert Leatherman, Franklin Cooper.
Row 8: Edna Mae Henle, lola Meldrem, Lillian Leydens, Delores Craig, Norma Hamre,
Marilyn McMannis, Beverly Slater, Helen Wisgerhof, Neil Clark, David Sprague,
Tom Gallagher, lack Walther, Arnold Kingery, Carol Quinn, Kathryn Main, Lois
Howell, Colleen Murray, Gloria Hansel, Iulia Van Hall, Norma lean Main.
Row 9: George Cook, Mary Luther, Margaret Svejda, Carol Cross, Patty Painter, Marilyn
Durant, Ann McDaniel, Bette Stewart, Lee Shippy, Barbara Blaclt, Pauline Binegcr,
loann Price, Evelyn Gardner, Norma Denato, Lee Shippy, Don Sherrick, Dick McMahon,
Barbara Spencer, George Oliver, Marvin Harger, Barnie Stoulil.
Activities equal the spice and vigor of school
life, Activities-the spring from which memories
of these school years will rush back, wrapped
in the glowing tinsel of-pep from the pep
band-jive from the "live Cats"-hunting
scoops for Newtonia-planning, pasting, cutting
for the annual-Delta Mu Delta initiations-
Music contests-educational and humorous
programs-and last but not least, the fun of
congregating with your schoolmates. Activities
give guidance from an educational point of
view but chiefly they give the added advantage
of "getting acquainted" with teachers and
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President - - Robert Stanton
Vice President - Paul Murphy
Crazy stunts for informal initiation were
presented by the members of this organiza-
Prize imitations of familiar auirks of
teachers, reproduction of oft-repeated sing-
ing commercials, a style show of crazy hats,
dramatization of N.l-l.S. "lines" and "techni-
ques" and many other goofy antics made
up the initiation programs.
Seniors were chosen from the top twenty-
Secretary - - Ramona Cameron
Treasurer - - Gretchen Miller
five per cent of their class. The top four
seniors are the year's officers. The high
five percent of the juniors were chosen on
scholarship only. As Well as the informal
stunts which were made out by old Delta Mu
Delta members, an impressive formal cere-
mony was held for formal initiation.
The group held their annual picnic which
ended the year.
Senior Delta Mu Delta
Row 1: Cohn, Brierly, Gallagher.
Row 2: Knott, lones, Soderblom, Terpstra,
nga t ..
Iunior Delta Mu Delta
Row 1: Van Voorst, Hesson, l-lammerly, Hamill, Hiatt, Pauls, Arndt.
Row 2: Willits, Pahre, Davis, Iohnson, Holmes.
Row 3: Herring, Wormley, Murphy, Stanton, Buckley, Gorrell, Olsen, Tyler,
Not in picture: Miller, Baldwin, Ft. Cameron, Murphy, Phillips, Waddell,
Girl Reserve Cabinet
Pit-,piitf-nt - Harriet Haiiiziirrrly
Vitgf- lrjtfzlltlftlll l7olori:i lliclqinsori
'I'yt-ugaiirrgi - Cleo lone:
S3 rr -tary - Beverly fiwitier
The three aims of the Girl Beserve oraanif
zation for the past year were: training for
leadership, service, and broadening ot ln-
To fulfill their service aoal for lunior Bed
Crass ten article fer each girl? portfolios,
bedside table covers, or bridge table covers
were completed. ln addition, with the help
of the boys, many boxes were packed to
be sent overseas
Girls: were trained for lecdershio in the
various interest aroups which also broaden
views. ln the first semester interest groups
were llcineinal-ring, led by Rosemary Cluessf
ford, Sports by Iulie Hamill, Books, by Carol
Soderbloin, Science, by Shirley Carnahan
and Lavola Herrington, Conternpory Affairs
Row 1: llickingzon, Hammerly, Ionezz, Switzer.
Row 2: Miss Spf-aku, Iohnmon, Miller, Kooifatra, Lolfz-
berti, Mist: liouthart.
by Beverly Haynes, and Talent, by Peggy
Zinn Perry, The second sernester, Swimming,
Drama, and Discussion were added with
Marjorie O'Boake, Norma lrelan, and Betty
Molleck as their leaders, respectively. loan
Denniston served as head of the Sports
the last semester, while Deloris Bust: was
the leader for Hoinernaking and Butli lohn-
son was Talent chairman. Louise lohnson
was chairman for Arts and Crafts,
The attractiveness of the Girl Beserve Boom
was increased by the refupholsterina ol a
The main project ot the year was the
lvlotherfllaughter banquet, which was held
April 74 at the Methodist church.
How 3: Doualaza, Hill, Hessen, Knott, Arndt, Phillips,
I'-we i 1
Class Officers and Homeroom Representatives
The student governing body ot Senior
High, the class officers and homeroom re-
presentatives under their adviser, Mr. l.ynn,
had called meetings this past year, Regular
ones could not be arranged due to interfering
This body is composed of the junior and
senior class officers and the sophomore
ln spite of the handicap ol having to meet
at irregular times they delegated dilterent
organizations ot the school to sponsor pep
meetings tor all football and basketball
The mixer held in the Iunior High for
Senior l-ligh students, on Ianuary l9, was
under their able administration, Pep and
rhythm were the pass words tor this gala
assembly. Semester tests just over and no
worries tor the coming semester yet in
sight made it an ideal time for light-hearted
enjoyment. From the gym, Where the iuke
box blared steadily, to the program and
picture in the auditorium, Ha good time was
had by all."
Row 1: Shrum, Bryson, Lansrud, Ross, Hamill
Row 2: Arndt, Denniston, Brierly, Herbst, Leydena
Row 3: Berg, Rojohn, Ward, Mottit.
school student problems these students get
First Semester Second Semester
Tlx f-:1 iilf-til - - Carlton Shields - - Craig Wtiriil
Vi n-f- llr f-1x iilrfitt - - Fionlc Borile - - Dormer: l5xT'l"I'
Sf-rrrrftury - - Noncy Colvin - - - Edlw llfirilf'
'l'lf'f,ll1l1l"l - Potty McMurroy - - Chorles lkriiiistori
Meeting together lor discussion of Ull-
gn eoily inzpigiit into the processes of orderly
government by procticing it themselves.
They leorn how to listen to other peoples
idegs, how to dgree upon o course of fiction
ond how to get plonfg worked out.
They legrn thot setting up fl "claim your
lost ond found" compoign con be o lot of
hord work ond motke o few rnentctl notes
to keep trock of their own property. Or
they legrn wlidt clegnrup reoily meons ond
resolve to do their port to keep the building
otnd grounds ottroctive. They leorn to op-
precictte the work of the locol police force
when they must ploy holl troflic cop theme
selves. They leorn to use their imoginotion
ond efficiency in plcinning bulletin boord
disploys with vorriety, in setting up on in-
teresting pep rneeting, or gothering ond
writing news for the school poge.
The Committees, mode up ol students ond
g fdculty odviser, do much of the work of
the council. They include Lost ond Found,
Sotnitotion, Trgflic, Lockers, Assembly, Yord,
Bulletin Bocird ond News.
Row 1: McMurray, Auten, Wiclcett, Mr Klieber, Smith, Deutsch, Greenlee
Row 2:O1:wolt, Hobson, N Moin, Olseciry, Monroe, Henle, Meyer, Gunsoulus, Moreno
Row 3: Trotter, Colvin, K Moin, Shields, Umborger, Eorile, Ferguson, Wright, Pcirlcer,
Row 4: Merritt, lionohuf,-, Weston, Utterbock, Denniston, Moteer, Myers,
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Future Farmers of America
President - - Gene Buckley
Vice-President - - Norrnie Motheny
The Newton chapter ot the FFA resumed
activity this year after a lapse ot several
years. Activity it was too, as they began
energetically in the tall on their many pro-
jects. They sponsored a Duroc swine co-
operative olan, a potato project, and con-
certe hog trough projects. They brought
down national honor by being only the
second school in the country to undertake
a rural education program by means of
lecture and movie-showing teams,
They were awarded a place among the
Secretary - - lorry lvlorris
Treasurer - - Donald Swihart
top ten chapters in iowa tor all their work
on the basis of a protect book submitted,
This project book contained pictures and
descriptions ot all the work done by each
individual FFA member and by the club
as a whole,
A Parent-Son banquet in the tall and the
winter basketball tournament with clulo3
from surrounding towns made up the lighter
side ofthe activities of the fortysone members.
Row 1: Trotter, Swihart, Mr. Raines, Buckley, Matheny, Achtemeier,
Row 2: Hardenburg, R. Meyer, Smith, C Meyer, Clymer, Birkenholtz, Thompson, Darnman,
McLain, Spain, less.
Row 3: G. Myers, Klopping, Ritter, Baker, Nagle, Iacobs, D. Wicklilf, Lincoln, Long
Row 4: Simpson, Trout, Laird, Guy, Rohrdanz, Deutsch, H. Wicklitt, Esping, Mortenson,
Not in picture' Dannen, Sharp, Lewis, Richardson, Morris, Harmon
Future Homemakers of America
First Semester Second Semester
llrffuiflr-nt A - Roriieriiary C-uesstorfl - - Marjorie C-ar lm-r
Vicr,--Prffsirlf-rit - - Marjorie Gardner
fii4"CYf:lOliY - - Shirley Laird - Shirley Lcird
Ttit"I1f1llFf"T - l5eloris Rusk - - - llelori:-1 Rusk
The Future Horiiernakers ot America meets
every other week in the home economics
rooms. This year the club worked on lunior
Red Cross work and also gave a party for
the FFA boys,
Shirley Hesson was elected state :ecretary
ot the FHA for the present year,
A "Hi Neighbor" program which they
sponsored in the spring brought in buss
loads ot girls from surrounding towns for
an afternoon of ideas and lun. Miss Beth
Fagenstroiri, fashion stvlist representing
McCall's patterns was the featured speaker
ot the program. Her advice tor more feminine
tashions, less peroxide, and practice ot the
posture which matches ballet shoes was
soon being mirrored by the Newton debs.
All the girls ot the school were invited to
attend the style show in the auditorium after
which the members ol the club and their
guests who were members of other schools
of the County were urged to torxri new
chapters ot the FHA.
Row 1: Guessstord, Gardner, McLaughlin, Hamrrierly, Henson, Miss Peterson, Miss Mitcholl,
Sticl-zler, Ritter, Bollhoeter, Durbala, Kingery,
Row 2: Murray, Herrington, Hill, Rusk, Laird, Ellenwood, Brooks, Cozad, Breen, Autf-ri,
V, Beukeiria, Kite, Leahy, lairies.
Row 3: Smith, Welle, Gooch, Umbarger, Davis, Martin, Decker, Swalwell, Kling, Diinon,
Springer, Ayers, Varner, Butler, McClanahan
Row 4: Stockton, Santen, Mahon, Nelson, Plum, Arerids, Vodochodsky, Mclieag, Steven-s,
Noe, M, Samson, Rawlins.
Row 5: Hooper, Cox, Lloyd, Howell, Lester, Hollenbeck, lohnson, R Cooper, Swanson,
Not in picture Rloiii, Monroe, tl, Roukorria, l'Uucheseneau, Mulbrook, Cooper, Faingsori,
Marian Pyle smooths on lune Synhorst's lipstick as she
puts the final touch to her "maid" makeup for "The Visitor".
Vice-President - - Beverly Iohnson
Secretary A - Sally Hamill
Treasurer - Cleo Iones
Historian - - - lim Tyler
Reporter ---- Marjorie Gardner
Newton troups 377 of the national
Thespians organization honored a
number of outstanding dramatists this
year by initiation to their group. Stu-
dents are chosen both for acting ability
and tor crew work. Studying lines lar
into the night, pounding thumbs or
smearing fellow students with make-up
are only a tew of the tasks that merited
membership in this dramatics honorary.
Row 1: lim Tyler, Beverly lohnson, Bill Shields, Cleo Iones, Sally Hamill, Marjorie Gardner.
Row 2: Leonard Cohn, Dorothy Baldwin, Coleen Wylie, Iune Synhorst, Dave Hammer,
Row 3: Tom Smith, Dick Gorrell, Art Sterling.
CAbovel lim Tyler, lune Synhorst, Dorothy Baldwin, iAbOV9l DO1'OTl1Y Baldwin, DUCU19 OISGYL GYGQOTY
Gregory Dickinggnf Dgve Hqmyngrl C1429 jones, Dickinson, Cleo lones, Leonard Cohn, Dave Hammer,
Leongmi Cghn, Iune Synhorst, lim Tyler.
When a long lost son returns to -'laim
his mother's inheritance, over his step-
father and unscrupulous uncle, danger
lurks. Add a former girletriend and her
jealous beau, a snooping maid, and a
zealous private detective, and trouble
"The Tangled Yarn"
One ot three girls, starving in ci New
York apartment, enters a contest under
talse pretenses and consequently wins
35,000 Hilarious Complications result
when she attempts to keep her secret.
The curtain falls with her marrying the
publisher, and the other two girls an
author and a newspaper reporter.
tAboveJ Mrs. Walker gives Dave Hammer a peel: at
himself in the mirror as she ages his lace, while in the
I I I background Gretchen Miller dabs at Cleo lones' rouge.
flieft to riglitl Pat Mullen, 'Babe' Kumm, Ruth
Ann FOX' Mary Louise less' Leonard Cohn' Clsett to rightl Nancy Gass, Marjorie Gardner, Dave
, Hammer, Peggy Ann Perry, Allan Clingman, Beverly
Ir. Town Meeting
lunior Town Meeting was held in the
lunioi' l-ligh Auditorium on October 23 and
transcribed to be rebroadcast over KENT.
lt was sponsored by the social science
department of the school under the leader-
ship ot Mr. Gullette. The question discussed
was, "Can We work with Russia?"
The main speakers ot the meeting were
Tom Smith, lim Tyler, Dick Gorr-ell and
Robert Stanton. Phil Pringle was the Town
Crier while lim Shearer and Duane Olsen
served as technical assistants.
Forming a new club this year these
students who were interested in speech
broadcast a tuberculosis drive appeal over
KFBI and participated in the lowa City
State speech festival, snagging a second
place through Dave Hammers interpretative
reading. They sponsored a local externpore
aneous speaking contest earlier.
tTop left? Dick Gorrell, Bob Stanton, Tom Svnith.
CAbove leltl Don Swihart speaks into the ini e
held by lim Shearer,
CBack Howl Tyler, Calvin, Mullen, Roush.
CFront Howl Berg, Denniston, Sterling, Stanton
Not in picture: Murphy, Erlandson, Hammer, Minn
Newtonia Kings and Queens
To start the Newtonia sales campaign
with a roar, eager students subscribed to
their Newtonia annuals last tall and plunked
down their votes lor their respective kings
and queens. Their reward came with the
bang up crowning ceremonies and assembly
program later. Bonnie Butler as master of
ceremonies kept the audience hilarious as
he tied in the "Andrews Sisters" number,
Phyllis Cozads tapping, Bud Starrett and
Beverly Elscotts "Sentimental lourney" duet,
the drama class Umelodrammerf' the live
Cats' music and the Gretchen Miller-Dick
Gorrell villain scene. The program was cli-
rnaxed by the official crowning of Bud
Starrett and Beverly Elscott and Frank
Barile and Phyllis Cozad as Newtonia Senior
High King and Queen and Newtonia tunior
High King and Queen respectively.
tTop rightl Pat Mullen, Bay Walther, and lizi
Muilenberg give out with some "Andrew Si::tt:r.s"
fRightJ Phyllis Cozad "wows" the audience with
a big smile and a snappy tap number.
tTop Ietti Iunior High King Frank Bariie and
Queen Phyllis Cozad seem to take receiving the
crown from M. C. Butler rather seriously,
CBelowJ Senior High King Bud Starrett and Queen
Beverly Elscott glow happily as M. C. Bonnie
Butler :shakes their winning hands.
lnstead of a lot ol copy to tell the
activities oi the staff, they otler this
book as a product ot their work and
sweat up in Boom 23 under the direc-
tion of Miss Smith.
Claower lelt to rightl
. Editors-in-chief and Business Manager' Syn-
horst, L. Smith, Munger,
Photography: Lansrud, Tyler, I. Smith,
Circulation and Advertising: McLaughlin,
Faculty: Dodd, Schippers. 5-1'-3552 ,
Seniors: Arndt, Cohn.
Activities: Laird, Terpstra.
Sports: Baird, Adams.
Art: Billingsley, Gorrell.
luniors: Kleinendorst, Clement.
Snapshots: Mulleneaux, Brock.
Calendar: Crouse, Trevethan.
Row 1: Hamill, Baldwin, lanes, Peterson, Row 3: Forshay, Ponder, Clymer, Broderson,
Prendergast, Vander Werti, Gardner, Hiatt, Chedester.
Willie- Not in picture: Van Hall, lrelan, Bunse, llovr,
Row 2: Baird, Pahre, De Meyer, Shrum, Young, Butler.
Davis, Rusk, Carnahan, Miss Smith
r- -.smm.rswmm m .
,X -f L4
ll.d1tor:: tlc-it to rigl.tl
First .nm wefflczz Calm and
Second six weeks Butler' and
Third .,i:I W'-frlf 1: Flinilli 'Ind
Twenty students met each week on Tues-
day and Thursday during the sixth period
to pick up beat slips, dash out to interview
teachers and deposit neatly typed stories
in the basket by Thursday night. They were
the Newtonia News Staff.
Thirteen ot them served as editors or
assistant editors during the year, each for
a six weeks period. Most ot them journeyed
to the tall convention ot all state high school
journalists at Ames or the spring Des Moines
Register and Tribune clinic. These con-
ventions consisted of lectures, movies and
tours to aid anyone interested in journalism.
Fourth .six weeksi Chedester
Filth six weeks: Rusk.
Sixth sik weeks' Hanifner.
Row 1: Gardner, Wylie, Postma, Guthrie, Shearer, Ritter, Vander We-r1'f, llainill.
ROW 2: McLaughlin, Bryson, Denniston, Baird, Iohnson, Hutlman, Miller, Ponder, Main
Row 3: Schippers, Mulbrook, Harrington, Miss Smith.
Row 4: Gonzalez, Reid, Molleck, Hammer, Brierly, Buckles.
Not in picture. Ftabourn, De Meyer, Boldt.
fhaclc Howl Bil-
lingsly, lvl i A ss
Smith, M i :3 s
flfront Howl Bry-
son, Baird, liahre,
Not in picture:
Have you wondered how the Cardinal
Review is published? The Board of the
magazine found out.
As the students were excused from classes
they thought it would be great fun. lt looked
slightly different, however, when they met
the stacks of papers that had to be thorough-
Quill and Scroll is a national honorary
journalism society to which each year a
small group of students from the annual
and newspaper staff are nominated for
membership. They are selected on the basis
of quality and amount of work done on
staff and interest shown in journalism. To
become a member the person must have
This completed, there was copy and proof
The board was first organized in l944
when the first Cardinal Review was pub-
lished. The purpose of the magazine is to
promote and encourage writing of high
quality in the school,
served at least three semesters on the staff
of one of the above activities and have a
high scholastic ranking.
The persons nominated by the local board
are recommended to the national board and
voted on as to whether they will become
sg.. t.i- K
fBaclc Howl S
Laird, Cohn Syn -
horst, T. Arndf.
ffront Howl Knott,
S. Adams, Tyler,
The girls do not have many duties but
the ones they do have are very important.
There is one of these girls at the desk in
the back of 27 each period to check out
books for the students and return the
volumes to the shelf when they are brought
These are the girls who do the worrying
when books wander away in lockers for
long periods of time or for other reasons
tail to show up at the "Book due" deadline.
They are the ones who lick sticky bad'
tasting mending tape to repair the pages
ripped so innocently by some student or
who glue and press the covers back on
some carlessly handled volume with a
broken back. A more pleasant part of their
iob is handling the bright new-shellacked
covers ot the latest additions to the library
and arranging them in attractive displays.
Book week was the time for one of their
most extensive displays and other special
events and subjects throughout the year
have furnished occasion tor others.
They have meetings once a month. ln
these meetings they make plans to produce
more interest in the library. Miss Little is
front Row? Davis, Lorton, Chedester, Miss Little, Mulbrook, Vodochodsky, Ponder.
fBack Howl Decker, Smith, Nelson, Griggs, Pahre, Dickinson.
Senior High Mixed Chorus
The yearly Christmas concert of the com-
bined vocal music groups ot Newton High
provided the main appearance ot this tine
group. However, those long hours of practice
during the school months showed plainly
when they garnered a tirst place rating in
the state music contest at Grinnell in April.
ln the Christmas concert they provided
inspiration with their white cross made by
. D, .
V Bill onields
- Zahn Berg
-V Beverly .Elscott
the girls ot the chorus in their choir robe
collars. The twenty girls had moved slowly
up the aisle with their flickering candles,
singing "Onward Christian Soldiers" and
still in a worshiptul mood had taken their
places. The rest oi the concert was made
up ot numbers by the chorus, the girls
double sextet, the boys tirst glee club and
Row 1: Warner, Stevenson, Kaldenberg, Auten, l-lammerly, G. Miller, L. Smith, Hamill
Miss Roggensack, Anderson, C. Iones, Atwood, Van Voorst, Synhorst, Winter, Beatty,
Row 2: Forshay, Steinberger, Mackerrnan, Kooistra, Hill, Davis, DeMoss, Graham, Peterson
I. Smith, Bergstrom, Larson, Dickinson, Kling, Rusk, Haynes, H. Miller, Elzcott
Brock, Iontz, I. Santen, Hiatt.
Row 3: Cox, Guthrie, less, Mullen, Sterling, Stanton, Myers, Barton, McCarl, 'Nolte
Bell, Iohnson, Billingsley, Van Dyke, Larson, Molleck, Dirlam, B. Snook,
How 4: Tyler, Walther, Rusk, Boldt, Stewart, Calvin, Fleming, McMahon, Dickinson
B. Snook, Berg, Martin, Dickerson, Pringle, Knight, Doty, Shields.
Not in picture: Roush, R. Iones, Lott, M. Santen, Turner, Vanderpol.
Iunior High Mixed Chorus
direction oi Miss Hoaqensack is made up
ot seventh, eiahth, and ninth grade students.
'l'hey prefaented a very impressive Christmas
coricert at a lunior High assembly and sang
lor the Rotary as an extra performance. A
fray festival was presented on May 3 with
various groups lrom the grades also particif
patina, The choruses from the arades came
to the auditorium to be judged or critizted
by a University representative. That evening
numbers were aiven bv all the choruses cs
well as the one chosen the best.
Besides their numerous outside activities
the lunior High Mixed Chorus helped with
many programs and assemblies in the school.
The lunior High Mixed Chorus under the
Row lg Wf-lilfuri, Yoirria, Sf-arl, Machlair, Lemley, Donahue, Miss Hormerinacti, Welle,
finoolr, 'l'roltf::, lVlll.1'll'OVf', Mcliarren, Lanusrufl, Brierly, liinsmore
Row 2: llfjllmlllfl, Lloyrl, Iolmfzoii, F Smith, Horn, Cooper, Lister, Babcock, Moore, Calvin,
Row 3: Kilf-, Gooch, Howell, Shia-ld::, Patterson, Sparks, Shepherd, Bozarth, Upton, Hrzrly,
Carter, llarilri, Larson, Wriaht, McFadden, Santen, Humes,
Row4:Wf:1nton, Willits, McMain, Stewart, loss, Rose, Denniston, Grilhth, Foster, Fry,
Wirzfrerliol, Perry, Cammacl-1, Hollert, larnagin, Campbell, H Smith, Lynn, Wilson.
llot in pictizrr- llvangz, lariirm, luna, Lallerty, C Fry, Craig, lonos, Stockton
Girls Glee Club
President - - Nadine Youngkin
Vice-President - Bette DeMo::.s -
Secretary - Gladys Loft -
Treasurer - Lois Brand - -
Librarians Shirley Bollhoeler
The Girls Glee Club under the direction
of Mrs. Bennett met on Tuesday and Thurs-
day the sixth period,
On December l9 the girls sang in me
annual Christmas program given by the
vocal organizations ot Senior High under
the direction of Miss Boggensack.
This concert meant many hours of con-
centrated practice on Christmas carols. Al-
most any rehearsal day long before the
rest ot the school was dreaming of white
Christmases the glee club was celebrating.
- Nadine Younglcin
- Phyllis Earp
- Bonnie Brock
- Peggy Perry
- - Elma Peery
On the lighter side ot their activities was
the humorous musical skit presented at the
pep meeting for the basketball game at
Grinnell. Six girls, with Nadine Youngkin
in charge, acted out the musical playlet
"Sparkin' Peggy lane." Daneene lenkins,
Margaret Van Hall and Marie Vande Weerd,
dressed in overalls, big plaid shirts and
straw hats, played the part of the bashtul
Zashariahs. Marilyn Talbot, Peggy Ann Perry
and Elma Peery in print aprons and big
hair bows acted as the torward Peggy
How l: Vance, Craig, Harry, Lorton, Ienkins, Ellingworth, Blacker, Mrs. Bennett, D.
Nearmyer, Leahy, Brand, Carnahan, Shankland, Meyers, Earp, lohnson,
How 2: Swalwell, Perry, Pickering, E. Walker, Kleinendorst, Myers, Paul, Van Hall,
Youngkin, Holmes, Vande Weerd, Otten, Brock, Bollhoeter, Brown, Martin,
Row 3: A, Nearmyer, Morgan, L. Lewis, Ellenwood, Darr, Wessel, Darnman, M. Vifalker,
Peery, Anderson, Davis, H. Lewis, Utterback, Darnmier, Dickerson, Ducherrneau,
Not in picture: Samson, lack.
I :mv wi-I
Boys Glee Club
The Boys Gleo Club inet Tuesday and
Tliursday the sixth period under the direction
ol Miss Roggensack.
The boys sang lll the annual Christmas
program given hy the vocal organizations
rat Senior High under Miss Roggensaclcs
direction, December l9.
This highlight ol the boys year 1.-Jas the
schools main musical event, This group
worked hard and continually on their parts
- llowarcl ltittrrr
- Leslie llow1a1,e
lor the presentation of their songs. ln addition
to this the boys gave their time, as many of
them worked on the stage crew lor the event.
They were the ones responsible for the
various decorations such as the star, the
trees, and other additions to the stage,
The laovs can he heard on their regular
sixth period meetings singing various songs.
Music to these boys is one ol their common
interests, Several ol them have taken or
are taking vocal lessons.
Row l:ll1:to11, ltittffi, iltfrwait lftoyriolds, Laird, lens, lirnniack
Row2:lo11tz, 'lvllft!!ll'D.3Dll, Myers, Mis: Roagensack, Howse, Van l5ri111111el1n lchnsan,
Row 3:'l'1f111i Holftf-if-r, lkvllfjtifi Pete1.:, Larson, Guy
llfit Ill l'lt'llll" liiizlcfrfitri
Boys First Cwlee Club
The Boys First Cflee Club is cornporsed ol
eight seniors and seven juniors.
This organization, meeting under the
direction ot Miss Roggensack, had a very
successful year. Along with the other
musical groups they sang at the yearly
Christmas Concert. They were also among
the school groups chosen to present a pro-
gram for all students. The Glee Club was on
the program tor the Easter services.
Gtten in the halls familar strains ot favorite
songs were heard when this organization
practiced lor some performance. A tow of
the songs were "The Lost Chord", l'Childrenis
Concert", "Stout Hearted Men"', and "Climb-
ing up the Mountain". A first place rating
which was the result ot the hours ol practice
was awarded the boys at the Grinnell Music
Contest held on April 26.
To close this successful year a program
was given before the Rotary and later tor
the Commencement exercises a few numbers
Bow l: Walther, Doty, Sneak, Van Dyke, Berg, Billingsley, Burton Snook, Martin, Shields,
Calvin, Miss Roggensack, Tyler
Bow 2: Barton, McCarl, Stanton, Myers.
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Girls Double Sextette
The Girls Double Sextctte is composed ol County llistorical Association, at tl c L
twelve girls who have sung together since nias Concert, at the Masonic Hoill
they were in seventh grade. Some ot their broadcasting over WOl. They are under
outstanding performances were at the direction ol Miss Roggensaclc,
Triple Trio is composed ot tive seniors, in April.
three juniors, and one sophomore. They were Combined with the Double 362661 U1 X
Orqgmzed the my Sgmegtert went to the Grinnell music contest as a aloe
'They sang at the Unitod Presbyterian club and won a division two rating
Church and the Mother-Daughter Banquet
Row 1: Dodd, Hamill, Hurnes.
Row 2: Bryson, Denniston, Arbs, Miss Roggensack, Young.
Row 3: Lloyd, Lansrud, Hiadon, Babcock, Russell.
QA! pianoj Fiteinberaer, Atwood, Elscott, Hill, Peterson, Synhors
l, Beatty, Haynes, Kaoist
l'lc::1-.lclut - -
- Duane Olsen
- lim Tyler
SecretaryfTroasurcr --'-- - - Shirley Holmes
Librarian - - -------- Allen Clingman
Managers - - Leonard Cohn, William Molleck, Larry jackson
First Orchestra met on Monday and Wed-
nesday the third period under the direction
ot Mr. Burton. It gave a formal concert in
the Iunior High auditorium on December
5. ln February it played for the Newton
Kiwanis Club. On May l, the Kiwanis Club
entertained the Orchestra at a noon lunch-
ln the state music contest at Grinnell, they
received an excellent rating. This was a line
example of the good work the orchestra has
done throughout the year.
Much ot the praise for this group goes
to Mr. Burton who has built it up from a
very small group to the large well-beloved
body which it is today.
Row 1: Olsen, Holmes, Fox, Havens, Talbot, Higdon, Shippy, Smith, Waddell, Brazelton,
How 2: Soderblom, Spillers, Wedikin, Spalink, Scoville, Hiatt, Campbell, Molleck, Cohn,
Russell, Samson, Duchenesneau, Pauls.
Row 3: Davis, Sprague, D. Hammer, Adams, O'Roake, Grundman, Plum, P. Cameron,
Hummel, R. Cameron, Clingman.
Row 4: McLain, Phillips, Long, Aldridge, Craig, Lorton, Mulbrook, laclcson,
Row 5: Grant, O'Roake, Tyler, Miller, Mr. Burton.
Not in picture: Blackledge, M. Hammer, McNeese, Stewart, Monroe, Williamson, Lammers.
President - - Ramona Cameron
Vice-President - - - Betty Pauls
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - Art Sterling
Librarian - ------- Ann Campbell
Managers - - - Hugh Carpenter, Willis Grant, Keith Smith
The First Band met under the direction
of Mr. Burton on Tuesday and Friday the
The band started its public performance
otf for the year by performing as a march-
ing band at our home football games,
between the halves of the game.
On February 12 it gave its tormal concert
for the year in Iunior High Auditorium, parts
of which were later given again during a
music program to the student body.
Row l: M. Hiatt, Cohn, Campbell, I-loldeter,
The band received an excellent rating at
the state music contest. This was the first
time since the war the band had entered
the contest, so that the rating was out-
Near the end of the year Mr. Henry who
has been serving in the army returned to
take charge ot his old duties, as head ot
The band ended the year with their com-
H Cameron, P Cameron, Plum, Pahre, Talbot,
How 2: Waddell, Molleck, Bollhoeler, Pennell, Clingman, Sterling, Barnhouse, Vande
Weerd, Bishop, Nicholson, McLain, McNeese, Holdsworth, Reid, Scoville.
Row 3: A Holmes, Blackledge, Oliphant, S. Holmes, Phillips, Long, Aldridge, Simons,
Olsen, Tyler, Synhorst, Irwin, Ft. Hiatt, Arndt, Iacobs, Patterson.
Row 4: Carpenter, Pauls, Grant, O'Roake, Guthrie, Larrimers, Iohns, Mr. Burton.
Not in picture: Roush, Miller, Merritt.
President - -------- - Betty Santen
Vice President -
A joint concert with the Second Band on
February 20 and another concert before the
local Kiwanis club on April 20 turnished the
main performances ot the group this year.
Such numbers as Strauss' "Emperor
Waltz", 'll-lungarian Dance No. 5" by Brahms
and the "L'Arlessiene Suite" by Bizet in-
dicated the skill which this group had
mastered. i'Down South," "Dance of the
Comedians" and "ls A Persian Market" made
up the rest of the program.
Lending variety to the concert this year
- Donald Monroe
- Phyllis Cozad
A - - - - lames Kimler
were the nine students who were featured
in special numbers. A string auartet pre-
sented "Melodie and Capricio", a violin duet
presented i'By the River," and a violin en-
semble, made up of five students, played
The group is a training ground for First
Orchestra as well as being a fine musical
organization in its own right. Every fourth
period on Monday and Wednesday it mot
under the direction of Miss Nereson,
Row 1: Lloyd, Santen, Riebe, Lernley, Lynn, Gregory, Miller, Smith, l. Stewart, Lotferty,
Row 2: Denniston, Havens, lung, B. Stewart, Main, Eldredge, Talbot, McDaniel, Samuels
Kloppenberg, Horsman, McFadden, Norris, Garlock, Williamson,
Row 8: Monroe, Punk, Robson, Gearhart, Cooper, Blackledge, Campbell, Oliphant, Gille-
land, Painter, Hart, Grimm, Raridon, Metz, Nibe, Trease, Hasselbrink, Allen, Kirnler,
Row 4: Schippers, McMurray, Davis, Gooch, Hooper, Mahon, Stockton, L, Merritt, Ellis
Row 5: Cohn, I Merritt, Hobbs, Cozad, Lister, Wensel, Miss Nereson, Brierly.
Piano: Mary Dinsmore.
Not in picture: Cameron, Bergstrom, Cundift.
La Donna Toye
l'I1:1Ll'li:Ill - -
VtCr:-PM-1:iflf.'Yli - -
Sr.-crrflrvry-Treasurer - Robert McNeese
Librarian - - - Donna Dow
A joint concert given by the band on
February 20 in conjunction with the Second
Orchestra was their main appearance dur-
ing the year, A program ol spirited marches
and mellow concert numbers was the result
ot many hours ot diligent practice. The band
has met every Tuesday and Friday the
fourth period under the direction ol Mr.
Burton. The band was also represented in
:i special number by a clarinet quartet.
Iames Kimler -
- La Donna Toye
- Iames Kirnler
- Iack Mortley
- - - - Donna Dow
From this musical organization arose an
impromptu pep band which played for a
number ol Iunior High athletic contests. The
student organizers and directors ot this group
were Miriam Salmon and Robert McNeese.
Second Band serves as a training ground
for the members of First Band, Next year
many ot the players will "graduate" to
First Band chairs.
Row 1: Gooch, C. Mahan, Grosvenor, Hiatt, Prior, Hanke, Marose, Fay, Shippey, Salmon.
How 2: M. Davis, McMurray, Snapp, R. Blackledge, Stewart, Dunitz, Wyatt, Meng,
Martin, Merril, Monroe, Warden, Marshall, Stratton, Altman.
How 3: Hooper, I. Schippers, M, Mahon, L. Davis, Byerly, Lister, Toye, V. Schippers,
Hildebrand, Mulbrook, Howell, I. Ellis, McClellan, Kimler, Molleck, Smith, Carnahan,
Row 4: Miriear, I. Stockton, Scoville, Dow,
Row 5: Cohn, Snook, R. Stockton, Beals, M
Not in picturei Gorgas, Cook, Tidball, Rose,
Mortley, D. Ellis, Carter.
The fact that the Pep Band is a marching
one makes it unique as it is one of few in
The band ended its regular season with
a mid-game performance at the Ottumwa
fray. One of the cleverest stunts put on dur-
ing the year was a lead soldier parade that
had run down and needed to be rewound.
The band members dressed in uniform and
made up with bright red spots of rouge on
their cheeks presented a very realistic picture
of what one might expect a lead soldier
parade to look like.
Besides their mid-game stunt the band
played snappy numbers during the time
outs and between quarters which added
greatly to the spirit of the crowd.
This group of musicians were also instru-
mental in giving the team an extra lift at
Grinnell in the district tournaments.
Also deserving of praise is Mr. Burton,
their director, and Duane Olsen, their student
director, who spent a good deal of time
worrying about the various headaches ac-
companying such an organization.
Row 1:1-Iolmes, Fi Cameron, Hummel, SCOVlllG, Hiatt, Campbell, Phillips.
Row 2: Synhorst, Tyler, Arndt, Patterson, Vande Weerd, Grant.
How 3: Cohn, Clingman, Olsen, Lammers.
Not in picture: P, Cameron
A colorful attraction at the football and
basketball games was the group of inajarf
ettes They performed at all the home games
where they gave excellent performances,
The girls marched with the band and pre-
sented the flag raising ceremonies preceding
fill the games. With the pep band they
performed during the half at the basketball
contests, The girls also twirled for the Moose
A worthy performance for every game
seemed to be the motto of the maiorettes.
For the football games the girls twirled with
'lie marching band.
loy Burnett, who was dressed in red and
white led the group of artists whose case
tumes were all white. As the girls marched
out on the field silver batons flashed and
short skirts cracked as the girls marched
ariskly through their routine.
The girls marched with the pep band in
Somical performances. Often an "N" was
spelled out or the initial of the visiting team.
For these attractions many hours were spent
in diligent rehearsal. The majorettes pracf
ticed with the pep band before each aaine
as well as all free sixth periods.
Row I: Parsonzz, Rf-eff, Mate-ei, Burnett, l,ant1, lackzson, Sliruin
How 2: Morome, Ritter, Aunsspcich, R lohnson, l-liilse, Queen, Hoon
Not in picture Merritt, M, Iohnson, Durant.
The glory and honor of sports unite to create
the mainspring of our school spirit. Anticipation
of the Winning path serves as a beacon to all
Newton High School fellows and girls to back
their school with heart as well as hand. The
excitement of a close football game-the flash-
ing recl and White ot our cheerleaders-the
spirit of the cheering crowd-the hush in a
decisive basketball meet-the silence ot defeat
-the Wildness ot victory, all small incidents
which make the memories of school days vivid
lohns, Bojohn, Buckley, Doty, Bozarth.
Simpson, Billingsley, Muilenberg, Richards,
Harding, Mahl, Kenyan, Wormley, C Sparks.
Row Dirlam, Boldt, Bell, Mortley.
The Newton Cardinals opened their 1945-
l946 sports year by clipping the Knoxville
Panthers on passes l3fU for the first grid
tilt of the season. Dorman Doty heaved two
passes, one to Paul Murphy and another
to Matthew Leydens in the final period. of
play. Bob Lust booted the extra point,
Coach Assistant Coach
The Cards fell to Ames on the Ames foot-
ball gridiron for the Cards first loss in foot-
ball and in the Central lowa Conference
race l2-6. The Cards scored their touchdown
in the final period when Bojohn heaved a
pass to Dorman Doty from the five yard line.
The outstanding feat of the game was when
Rojohn galloped 90 yards to set up the sccr-
ing play. Ames scored in the first and third
The Cards whipped the Grinnell Tigers
on the Grinnell field for their first Central
lowa Conference win of the year 2611. Bob
Lust scored the first touchdown of the game
followed by two from Lester Van Dyke.
Darrell Bojohn also scored a six pointer in
the fray. lt was a hard fought battle all the
Row 1: M. Leydens, Lust, Murphy, Hobbs, Walther, Brierly.
Row 2: Van Dyke, Ferguson, S. Leydens, Wilson, Gallagher, Babcock.
Row 3: Banks, Knight, Stottza, Sterling, Shields, Niebnr.
Row 4: Heaverlo, Carpenter, Kuhn, Olson, Molleck.
The Newton Cardinals literally wiped the
Albia Blue Demons ott the map in the next
game ot the season, a nonfloop game. They
troniped the Albia team 47-U in Newton.
Bojohn was outstanding through the game
scoring three touchdowns.
Boone Jostled the Newton gridders in their
next C. l. C. contest on a recovered tumble
behind the goal line. ln the lirst period Bob
Lust, down on the cards tour, tumbled the
ball and it rolled over the goal line where
a Boone gridder pounced upon it giving
the Toreadors a BU.
Marshalltown Bobcats finally were shown
that they could be beaten. After 20 years
ot trying, the l945 gridders ot Newton High
whipped the Bobcats on the gridiron 7-U.
The scoring came in the third period when
two passes short circuited the Bobcats. Dcty
heaved a long pass to Matthew tW11gl
Leydens who raced over to get the Cards'
touchdown. Stotts booted the extra point.
tLett to rightl
"Babe" Kumm, Marge Olloake,
Shirley Adams, David Aldridge.
Row 1: Morgan, Wadell, Guthrie, Bullers, Leydens, Smith, Nicholson.
Row 2: lerry McMahon, Thomas, Iimmy McMahon, Heaberlin, Calhoon, Cooper, Main,
Row 3: Carpenter, B. Lammers, Moffit, Long, Wolfe, M. Lammers, Ward, Harmon, McKee,
The Cards triumped over Perry in a 47-U
victory. Two touchdowns were made in the
first two plays ot the game. Buckley and
Lust were outstanding players throughout
Osky took a 48-7 tromping on the Newton
Gridiron, Anderson ol Oskaloosa scored
the only touchdown. Lust made an out-
standing run of BU yards. The halt ended
with the score Zl-U. Every substitute was
put in during the last halt.
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The sophomore football squad started their
season a Week late this year as "Connie"
Goodman, soph coach, was not yet dis-
charged trom the service. The Little Cards
played tour games, Winning all of them. Two
games with Grinnell's second team, one with
Coliax's second and one with the Oskaloosa
sophomores made up their season.
Phyllis Cozad, George Myer, and loan Welle boosted the freshman
team on to their victories. lunior high pep meetings found them
bubbling with energy to spark the student body to support their
During the football season the freshman squad played
four games. They played the Knoxville sophomores, Monte-
zuma sophomores, the Nevada sophomores and the Mar-
shalltown freshmen. Although losing these games the boys
gained a lot of experience in playing good football. Since
this is their first year of playing real football they learned
all the fundamentals to prepare them for the varsity team
in a few years. The team this year was quite large with
45 boys going out for the whole season.
Row 1: Icirnagin, Shaffer, Stratton, Davis, Nida, Bicknell, Livingston, Moss, Baker, Shields,
R. Ferguson, Barile, I. Ferguson, Rousch, Terris, Rabourn.
Row 2: Lister, Griffith, Spencer, Townsend, Mortley, Havens, Carter, Roussos, Smith,
Umbarger, Breckenridge, Wisgerhof, Parker, Spellman,
Row 3:Pennell, Yates, Altman, Bozarth, Crawford, Hardenbrook, Gardner, Hesson,
Reynolds, Bell, Rohrdanz, McLaughlin, Ellis, Mr. Elliott.
Vernon Babcock . . . "Bab" was also a center. He saw plenty of' action
through the year. A senior, Bab saw his final year of football this year.
His best game of the year was when the Cards belted the Grinnell gridders
on the Grinnell field.
Don Bozarth . . .The big boy of the crowd. "Mow 'em down" was his motto
and that is just what he did. Outstanding on the blocking end of play "Baz"
opened plenty of holes for plays. He was a senior this year.
Gene Buckley . . . "Buck" . . . a hard working fullback and big at that.
He racked up plenty of touchdowns for the Cards. He was a senior foo.
Bob Briefly , . . Bob was the Cards regular center. lt was reported that
he never made a bad pass through the entire season. A junior, Bob will
be back next year hipping the ball to the backs and then taking off on
a bruising block.
lack Ferguson . . . lack was a back and a good one at that. He was quite
the passer and a whale of a good runner. He is also a junior and will be
back next year to cause plenty of trouble for any who dare oppose the
Lew Emery . . . "Lewie," a blocking guard, was afraid of nothing. His
best game was with the Bobcats. He is in the Navy now.
Dorman Doty . . . Doty was another one of the Cards pile-driving quarter-
backs. He called plays and ran them too. He is also an outstanding passer.
A senior, Doty plans to go to a coaches college.
Wug Leydens . . . Matthew, better known as "Wug," was rated the top
end in the conference, and Was an outstanding factor in bringing the
Cards many a score. He seemed to pull passes out of nowhere. Not only
on pass catching, he was a shiner on the defense
side of the game. He also was a senior and this
was his final year. He made honorable mention
Bob Iohns . . . "Sunny" . . . was another of
the Cards fast men. Bob was a senior this year
and made quite a record for himself.
Melvin Hobbs . . . "Mel" was rated the top
guard in the Central lowa loop, His starring
tackling and blocking held the team on its win
course. lt was Hobbs opening the hole in the
opposers line that caused the Cards to get away
for a touchdown and Win many of their games.
He also was a senior and made fourth team
on the All-State selec-
Pat Gallagher . , .
"Romeo" . . . a lineman
outstanding on defense
and offense. The blond
haired tackle will be
back next year as he
was only a junior this
year. One of Pats better
games was cgainst
Sam Leydens . , . lohn, better known as Sammy, small but oh so powerful.
A junior, Sam saw plenty of action through the year. Through the hub-bub
of play you could hear him at his quarterback spot calling out plays left
and right to drive the boys to their wins.
Bob Lust . . . Lust, a fast little scat back kept the opposers
turmoil. Where was he and when? Probably he was already
in a constant
over the goal
at the other end of the field. He was a senior this year too.
Normie Matheny . . . "Norm" or "Red" was another line
outstanding on defense and offense. He was "Plow right
Norm." Always a worker
man. He was
he never gave up. He also was a senior.
Paul Murphy . . . "Murph" was a worker on the team. He was an
excellent blocking end and an outstanding defense man. His spirit kept
the team in fighting when it seemed to be even a lost cause.
Darrell Roiohn . . . Rojohn, tops on the Newton gridiron
of those sort of "hold the team together boys" with plenty
at one time keeping the
list was one
of spirit and
Cards going on all fronts He is a senior and
fight plus plenty of football ability. He was found around the entire field
this was his final year on the Cards football team. He m
mention on the All-State football team.
Bob Snook . . , "less" was one of the top linemen in the Cards line-up.
A senior this year, Snook saw plenty of action. He was outstanding on
both defense and offense. We'll probably be hearing about less in college
Art Sterling . , . "Ollie", as he was known as in them days, was a
Whale of an outstanding
end. He and Wug made a fine pair. Together
they brought in many scores for the Carols, Art
was good on defense too. Very few opponents
ever made it round his end.
Clinton Stotts . . . Clinton was the man with
the educated toe on the Cards roster. He could
boot a ball from almost any position. He is a
junior and will no doubt be back next year to
cause plenty of trouble for those who take stand
against the Cards, Stotts was also a lineman.
Lester Van Dyke . . . "Les" was one of the
fastest backs in the conference. His speed and
broken field running proved a valuable asset to
the squad. He is a junior and will no doubt
see plenty of action next year.
Ray Walther , . . Ray, "The Beak" Walther was
an outstanding factor in
the Cards line. He was
good on both defense
and offense. He was a
senior this year.
Avery Wilson . . .
Avery was a jack of
all trades gridder, not
only did he play in
the line but he was
a very effective full-
back. A junior, Avery
will be back next year
to help pound the
whey out ot' the Cards
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CAbovel Mel Hobbs listens for the
U-Xbovel "Wug" Leyclens grirncices
wickedly cis he prepares for the
fAbovel Bob lohns tucks the looll
under his crm cmd is off down the
CAbovel Gene Buckley words oil on imoginory lockler.
Cpibove left to riglitl Bob Lust, Gene Buckley, Darrell
Hojohn and Dorman Daly as they look to the center.
CAbovel Melvin Hobbs and Don Bozartli make icaay
to plunge in.
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CBelowl Vernon Babcock and "Sammy" Leydens :scan
tho field for a likely tackle ar pass receiver.
CAbovel Patil Miirpliy fznaas ine.
fBeloWl Lew Emery and Ray Walther clash madly
at the opposition line.
National Athletic Honor Society
The purpose ot the National Athletic Honor
Society is to foster high scholarship among
athletes, to stimulate balanced training, to
elevate ideals of sportsmanship and develop
more outstanding leaders.
To achieve this honor a boy must have
shown the highest type of citizenship and
sportsmanship, his average grades for three
consecutive semesters must be equal to-
or higher, than the general average of the
school, and he must earn a letter in either
a major or minor sport.
A boy that has been elected to the National
Athletic Honor Society has attained the
highest award possible for high school
Row l: CLett to rightl Sterling, Walther, Buckley, Murphy, Matheny.
Row 2: Shields, Gallagher, Van Dyke, Wilson, Brierly, Ferguson, S. Leydens.
Row 1: Richards, Arndt, Gallagher, Dirlam, Iohns, Bob Snook, Burton Snook.
Row 2: Lust, Carpenter, Kuhn, Thomasson, Doty, Rojohn, Hobbs, Shepherd, I. Leydens,
Row 3: Ferguson, Bill Molleck, M. Leydens, Bozarth, Lothe, Gooch, Shearer, Dougall,
Bell, Mr. Goodman.
The cards opened their 1945-45 season by
crushing the McKinley of Cedar Rapids five
on the Newton home court 50-34.
ln the second non-loop tilt of the season,
the Cards snatched a 38-35 win from the
Roosevelt Roughriders of Des Moines, over-
coming the terrific height advantage.
Newton in their first C l. C. win, completely
overwhelmed the Grinnell Tigers on the
offense in the second half 52-43.
ln the second C. l. C. contest of the Cards
season, the Newton clan met the Ames Little
Cyclones, and suffered a defeat of 39-27.
The Cards fifth tilt of the season, the one
iust before vacation time was really a thriller.
They whipped the Knoxville Panthers 50-48
in a double overtime.
The Cards met the Marshalltown Bobcats
following vacation time in a make-up tilt
and woe for the Cards. They lost their second
C. l. C. tilt of the season by a 39-26 count.
The Cards third C. l. C. loss went to
Oskaloosa Indians 28-l9 on the home floor.
Newton met a highly favored Boone team
and knocked them off. The Cards played a
fast and deliberate game, to upset the
For the first time in several years Grinnell
finally broke their jinx and defeated the
Newton Redbirds 40-34.
Although this was undoubtedly the toughest
tilt of the season for the Cards, they played
one of the best offensive and defensive games
of the season. The score, 47-26.
The Redbirds fell to the Marshalltown Bob-
cats in a tough game, loosing 48-36 on the
Again the Newton Cards lost to Oskaloosa
50-33, on Osky's floor.
Newton once again defeated the Boone
invaders with a score of 45-37.
The Newton Cards ended their regular
sivaison by losing a thriller to Ottumwa by
Spook Thornosson, Dor-
rnon Doty, Darrell Ro-
Jolm, Chuck Sheollor-J,
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How l: Long, Pennell fMgr.l, Lyons.
Row 2: Leydens, Bell, Calhoon, Wolfe, Erlandson, Carpenter.
Row 3: Turley, Herbst, Ierry McMahon, Ward, Lammers, D. Vermillion, Waddell
The sophs season was an average one, apiece to Baxter, won one over Monroe and
chalking up 5 wins to their credit and 3 Grinnell and two over Oskaloosa but we
losses. They won and dropped a game forced to yield two to Marshalltown
There were about 20 freshmen and lU
eighth graders out this year for basketball,
The team played eleven games this season
winning seven and losing four. Their come
plete record of the season reads: won two
Row 4: Ward, Trout, tones, Leydens, Stockton, Kimler.
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games with the Kellogg reserves wo tvto
with Grinnell frosh, lost two to Knocvllo
sophs, lost two to Marshalltown won one
from Nevada and one from the Lau l farsitw
1: Davis, Gardner, Hardenbrook, Brayton, McNeese, Shields.
2: Ferguson, Wisgerhof, Griffith, Barile, lim Ferguson, Wright, Elliott.
3: Holdrzworth, Baker, Umbarger, Hesson, Foster, Sparks, Rose.
Don Bozarth-"Boz" was the long shot artist of the team. He did not start his playing
until the final phase of the season. He is a senior.
Dorman Doty-substitute guard, played good basketball but didn't see much action. He
was fairly accurate on long shots. This is Dorman's last year With the Cards.
Melvin Hobbs-"Mel", a senior this year, was undoubtedly the Cards
best defensive man. He was also a fairly consistent scorer throughout
the year. He made honorable mention on All-state for the current season.
Iohn Leydens-Little "Sammy" was what you might call 'the spark
of the teamf He bounced in and out and all around the Cards' opponents.
A junior, he will be the Cards' main threat next year.
Darrell Roiohn-Darrell, a senior this year, was one of the outstanding
forwards in the conference and Newton's fast-breaking high scorer. l-le
made honorable mention on All-state.
Charles Shepherd-"Chuck" was the Cards' jump center boy and the
rebound man accounting for most of the re-
bounds in the season. Only a sophomore, he
has two more years with the Cards.
Lee Thomasson-"Spook", a junior forward,
may have acquired his nickname from the way
he 'spooks' the ball away from the opponents.
Outstanding on defense, he played his best
game against Pella.
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Row 1: Shields, Knight, Meyers, lohns, Snook, Walther, Doty, Hobbs, Murphy, Shearer,
Rojohn, Bozarth, Greene, Richards, Van Dyke, Gallager, Iohnson.
Row 2: Stewart, Gooch, Sparks, Vermillion, Harding, Thomasson, Dickerson, S. Leydens,
A. Wilson, Arndt, Muilenberg, Heciverlo, Mortley, B. Wilson, Boldt, Bell, Dougall,
Row 3: Billingsley, Lothe, Herbst, Calhoon, McMahn, Mason, Guthrie, Main, Waddell,
Lyons, Roussus, Spenser, Ward, Carpenter, R. Leydens, Moffett, B. Lammers.
Row 4: Bishop, Berg, Dirlam, Pennell, Loupe, Weaver, Townsend, Hammer, Simpson,
Long, McLaughlin, Ferguson, Neiber.
Row 5: Eidahl, Ellis, Lister, Iackson, Cooper, M. Lammers, Wolfe, Shepherd, Brierly,
Reynolds, Carpenter, Bhllers, Turley, Albee, Goodman,
The 1946 track season opened with the
class meet, in which the seniors carrie out
on top, followed by the juniors, sophomores,
and freshmen respectively.
The first heavy competition was in the
lowa City meet in which the team placed
eleventh. Newton came out of the Valley
Relays with a third place and a fifth place
at the Oskaloosa Relays. The Grinnell relays
saw Newton come out with a sixth place.
ln the dual meet with Osky we copped
first place. Hobbs made a record football
throw of 197 feet l inch. ln this meet Newton
took thirteen first places out of fifteen events.
ln the district meet at Ottumwa, Newton
Won this meet for the second straight year.
NeWton's Well balanced team told the story
and edged out Ottumwa by one point. This
is the third time in the history of the school
that Newton had won a district track meet.
The season is incomplete as we go to
Girls intramurals in physical education this year consisted of field ball, volley ball and
basketball. Softball was also to be contested but cool rainy Weather did not permit games
to be played.
Field ball tournaments came first While the fall
Weather Was still nice. lulie Hamill headed the
winning team in this fast moving sport. Volley ball
came next, with Pat Huffman leading her team-
mates through class games, semi-finals and finals
and triumphing in the final noon games. Last of
all were the basketball tournament games and again
Pat Huffman's team scored the points that put them
out in the lead in the beginning and held them
in the tournaments until they Walked away with a
victory in the final game.
Row 1: Lansrud, Lloyd.
Row 2:Cunditf, I. Hamill, C.
How 1: Dop, Morgan, Hoflmaster.
Row 2: Damman, Varner, Carnahan, Main, Blacker.
Row 3: P. Brown, Dimon, Emmack, Van Hall, Huffman, Davis, Phillips.
Several Weeks were spent
l before the beginning of the
tournaments in practice. Mrs.
Elson instructed and coached
each group. Each class had
several teams so the first
clashes came during class
periods. From each of these
classes a winning team
emerged and battled with
the other class teams in the
semi-finals. Girls intramurals
proved and tested the athletic
abilities and good sports-
manship of nearly every girl
in Newton High.
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4. School begins with the world at peace.
5. Many new faces and figures seen about N.H.S.
7. The heat of the afternoon sun drove us frcm
the school at 3:30.
An Englishman from Wales talked about China
l3. Several juniors spent the evening in the Colfax
"jug" without their stolen watermelons.
14. Newton football started oft' with a bang by
the defeat of Knoxville 13-0.
. Tryouts for cheerleaders began tonight.
17, The 2172 hour historical movie "Maid of Salem"
was enjoyed by all. A -
Drawn by Iohn Billingsley
Shirley Adams, David Aldridge, Marjorie O'-
Roake, and Marvin "Babe" Kumm are the new
20. The Ritz Trio furnished a musical program for
. Newton was downed by Ames 12-6. But maybe
Religious education was encouraged by Dr.
26. The girls being initiated into Girl Reserves were
seen running around in curlers and no make-up.
27. This time they had six pigtails, no make-up
and bobby sox rolled up.
The Cardinals crushed Albia 47-0.
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Roiohn and Brierly elected class presidents ot
the Senior and Iunior classes respectively,
Going down the fire escape was fun for everye
one but the girls in the fire drill,
"Pop" Lynn spent the night and early hours
of the morning washing all colors ot' paint oft
the Grinnell high school.
As usual the chemistry class is again raising
an undesirable odor in the halls.
Flash! Newton skunks Grinnell 26-U.
An Eskimo talked on Alaska and played some
Strains of "Home On The Range" were heard
coming from the American literature classes.
After contributing to the War Fund Drive we
saw a movie.
An extra ZU minutes of sleep because of the
time schedule change.
15. Oh! Woe is me. Today was report card day.
16. Everyone is working harder since they got
their report cards.
17. Movie "Buccaneers" meant another 2 hours out
19. After giving to the Red Cross, we had an Iowa
Poetry day program.
19. The Newton Cards squelched the Osky Indians
22. Today the teachers attended school while the
pupils had a day of rest.
23. N.H.S. took part in the Town Meeting of the
Air which was broadcast over KRNT.
26. Boone barely edged by Newton for a victory
29. The first assembly to vote for the Homecoming
queen and her attendants held.
30. Everyone is restlessly awaiting Halloween.
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A movie on charm and personality was shown
to the Senior and Iunior high schools.
Newton walks away with the Perry game 46-U.
Final assembly to vote for the queen and her
attendants for the Homecoming game.
N.H.S. delights in seeing a movie on f-.tters
and also two live otters.
Despite rainy weather the Newton school spirit
was not daunted at the pep meeting.
The magic of science was demonstrated to us
in the program "On the Beam."
Newton's great team work brought about the
downfall of the "Bobcats" 7-U.
The queen, Thalia Arndt, and her attendants
were crowned at the Homecoming game with
During a program put on by the Annual staff
the king and queen of both Senior and lunior
high schools were crowned.
Today we filled out next semester's schedule
At the Girl Reserve party the girls enjoyed
dancing, swimming, games, and food.
The number of students out with the flu is
After we were dismissed from school at 3
o'clock, we went to the pep meeting for Fridays
Today We enjoyed turkey, pumpkin pie and
everything that goes with a peaceful Thanks-
Instead of going to school the kids of Nl-l.S.
stayed home and rested after a large Thanks-
giving dinner Thursday.
Newton won its first basketball game of the
season by defeating McKinley High 50-34.
Again that sad report card day rolls around
when you learn just how smart you are.
David Hammer is busy refunding the money
to the students to whom he sold adult tickets
for the play.
Short assembly about the program Thursday
afternoon and the play.
The students of N.H.S. enjoyed a program of
organ music at the Presbyterian church.
Opening night for the play "The Visitor."
Although out-distanced in height the Newton
boys came through with a 38-35 victory over
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We got out of school an hour early today.
The cigarette shortage is still so bad that
some girls were forced to smoke "corn cob"
Starting Sunday is WPA. week which trans-
lated means that the girls take the boys' places
and pay the bills.
Some of the groups of the Girl Reserve hemmed
clothes for the Red Cross.
There was a very peppy pep meeting for
the Newton-Grinnell game.
Newton was victorious over Grinnell 52-43.
Many new romances have sprung up since
Lew repeated Sir Walter Raleigh's performance
the other night when he carried Dorothy across
a snow drift to her front porch.
The Mixed Chorus is practicing for the Christmas
program they will give Sunday.
It was pretty cold walking back and forth
between the buildings today and then the snow
didn't make it much cozier.
Drawn by Dick Gorrell
Newton took a 39-27 defeat from the Ames
Because icicles were beginning to form in
some of the rooms, we were dismissed at 3 p, m.
Some of the boys are enjoying the temptation
of reading people's mail while they are helping
the post office out during. the Christmas lush
though of course they wouldn't really read it.
Christmas carols and responsive reading con-
stituted part of the Christmas program,
The football boys were awarded their letters
Newton barely edged past Knoxville' 50-48
after two overtimes.
Without the threat of school work the kids
of N.H.S. are enjoying their two weeks of
It's not only a very white Christmas but also
one without the threat of war. U y V
Some of the fellows and girls are enjoying
ice skating during their vacation.
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First day of the new year of l946.
The Newton-Marshalltown basketball game wa:
postponed because of bad weather.
The kids came merrily C'?l back to school
after a two weeks' vacation.
Marshalltown downed Newton 39-26.
Many oi the Newton boys introduced their
Marshalltown girl friends to their Newton girl
friends and others were looking for Marshall-
town girl friends to be introduced to,
A collection is being taken up by the Girl
Reserve to buy flowers for Sara Hill's mother.
who passed away yesterday.
lane, Cleo, loan, and Lester C?l apologized
to Mrs. Davidson for talking during a history
test about loan's "ballet" shoes.
Newton smothered by Osky Indians 28-19.
We got out at 3 p. m. because of the teachers'
Today, we struggled through some of our
The second day of semester tests didn't find
them any easier.
Eleven mid-year students graduated today.
During shortened periods, the books were
Drawn by Dick Gorrell
turned in and the fines paid.
After a musical program we got out early.
While the teachers corrected tests and put
grades on report cards we enjoyed a day of
Square dancing, ballroom dancing, movies
and a program helped make the school mixer
ln an assembly we got those dreaded r-'port
Some of the mid-year seniors who have com-
pleted :achool are going into the service.
Kellogg barely edged by the Newton B team
in the county tournaments.
A lapanese-American, Yaye Kojiima, answered
the questions that the girls asked during the
Girl Reserve program.
Newton falls to Grinnell 40-34
The Kellogg boys who defeated the Newton
E team went on to win the county tournaments.
Another teachers' meeting meant an extra hour
out of school.
Some of Newton's local talent put on a musical
program for the students of N.l-l.S.
Newton downed by Ames 47-26.
l. Teachers meeting and another day out of
5. School activity groups are having their pictures
taken for the NEWTONIA.
8. The girls enjoyed a musical program and a
burinosn meeting in Girl Reserve.
ll. Ronnie Butler is limping around school today
after his excursion on the thin ice of Skunk
l2 Mr. Berg gave a talk on Lincoln's life in
assembly in honor of l.incoln's birthday
l2. The Girl Reserves are collecting articles to
make Easter boxes for the junior Red Cross.
l2. The band gave one of the best concert.: in
l3. Tryouts for the play are going on all this Week.
l4 Many girls received candy, flowers and valen-
tines from their boy friends.
15 Newton toil: another defeat from Oskaloosa
16 The freshmen took second place in the aniual
Invitational Iunior high basketball fournaf-nent.
16. Art Sterling took two fourth place wins in
the state A.A.U. meet in Des Moines.
I8 The seniors took an arithmetic test to see how
much they knew about it.
19. The other day Cecilia fohnson got her leg
Drawn by Dick Gorrell
and the leg of her isosceles triangle mixed up.
The orchestra gave a very good concert.
The band gave a concert during the pep meet-
ing on Washington's birthday.
Newton had a wonderful spirit which helped
defeat Boone 45-37.
The girls met in their different interest groups
for Girl Reserves.
Ralph Kenyon ended up in thc hospital as a
result of a turned ankle.
Dick Gorrell and Bob Stanton gave talks sixth
period which will make the winner, Dick
Gorrell, eligible for the contest sponsored by
the American Legion.
The first game of the girls' volley ball .ourna-
ments was played at noon.
Some of the kids have already taken their
six weeks tests and others are just beginning.
The question: How did Mr. Klciber know that
two girls were hiding in the closet ot' the
mechanical drawing room?
It is said that some 'of the people' receiving
the highest scores in the American history six
weeks test had their own personal copies
before they took the test. x
Certain junior girls just c,ou'lrln't be outdone
by the junior boys, so they got themselves in
jail too, this time for overloading a coupe.
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David Hammer won first prize in the externpor-
aneous speech contest with a speech about
Truman's foreign policy.
Newton lost its last basketball game of the
season to Ottumwa 3l-29.
During the assembly called to hand out our
report cards, Mr. Lynn read the honor roll.
Newton won its first game in the tournaments
at Grinnell by defeating Pella 38-34.
Through a smoke screen created by himself,
Virgil Rollstin marched to the principal's office.
The poet, Vincent G. Burns, presented drama-
tizations of poetry in a pay assembly.
Mrs. Hammer and Mr. Brierly spoke on books
and on the youth problem in Girl Reserves.
Newton gets to go to sub-state after defeating
Lastlday arrives to return report cards without
paying a fine.
lim Stanley and Avery Wilson are paying
for chewing gum in history class by writing
500 word essays.
The students enjoyed an art exhibit which
Drawn by Ronnie Butler
will last through today, Thursday and Friday.
The Newton cagers triumphed over Mason City
34-32 to put them in sub-state running.
The Delta Mu Delta members were announced
Instead of our regular sixth period Friday
classes we went to our sixth period 'Thursday
Newton fell to the Waverly team 66-30.
The English literature classes are listening to
records of the play Macbeth.
The boys have started track since their defeat
by Waverly Friday.
The basketball boys went to see the tournament
finals at Iowa City.
The boys met at Hi-Y and the girls went to
their interest groups.
The Delta Mu Delta members had a meeting
Local school talent furnished part of the music
The girls gym classes took hikes and stopped
at the little stores along the way for ice cream
An assembly with special music was played
by some of our music contestants.
April Fool's day was a considerably quiet
day with just the usual jokes.
The seniors won the class track meet with SO
points and the juniors came in second.
The play "The Tangled Yarn" was enjoyed by
all who saw it.
The second night ot the school play.
Carol Sodcrblom and Marilyn Talbot took first
place honors at the district music contest.
ln an assembly to fill out next year's schedules
Dr. Gabriel gave a talk on why we should
participate in religious education.
After the Delta Mu Delta iniormal initiations,
the Girl Reserves met to vote for next year's
Newton come out with four points in the track
meet at Iowa City while Ames won with ct
total of 4lV2 points.
Vacation draws nearer as we come closer to
the end of the second semester.
The ninth through the twelfth grades took
contemporary affairs tests which will be
averaged in with the scores of the other schools
all over Iowa.
There was a ten minute Easter meditation in
the Girl Reserve room today and it will also
be held on Thursday and Friday.
The Girl Reserves are selling tickets for the
The lunior high school track boys participated
in a track meet here with the Marshalltown
12. Rev. I. F. Phillips and Rev. E. A. Briggs were
the speakers in the Easter program.
12. The rest of the Delta Mu Delta initiations were
given during sixth period.
12. Today ends the second six weeks and begins
13. The Newton track team went to Des Moines to
be in the Valley track meet. .
17. Some of the junior girls have tried everything
but four-cent cigars.
18. The Newton boys took eighth place in the
Osky track meet.
19. Many of the commercial students worked in
different offices during their Easter vacation.
22. The students of Newton High slowly struggled
back to school for another dreaded six weeks
of hard work.
23. Newton triumphed over Grinnell in the dual
meet here with 110 points to 43.
23. The Drake choir sang for the pupils of both
lunior and Senior High.
23. F.H.A. played host to neighboring home
economics girls all day.
24. The theme oiithe Mother-Daughter banquet
was the wishing well.
25-26-27. Many students are participating in the
state music contest at Grinnell.
26-27. The Newton track boys were well represented
in the Drake relays.
26. Marshalltown Iunior High track meet was held
The Girl Reserves had their usual meeting.
There was a vocal music clinic all day 'ind
The Newton track team was one ot the tour
teams that entered in the Grinnell track meet.
The Iunior high boys Shared in the wins ot
the Ames lunior high track meet,
lunior-Senior prom held at Hotel Maytotft.
The Iunior High track boys had a contest
The Girl Reeervetz had a tarcwell yt-og.-aiu
for the graduating fzenioria.
Newton took its .share of thc wins in the Con-
ference track meet at Amen,
The kids are preparing tor the coming vzcatioii
Drawn by Dick Gorrell
which will bring a vacation for three months,
jobs and summer school,
Among the gifts presented at the Senior as-
sembly by the gittorian, Ronnie Butler, were
the skipping rope, peroxide, loving cup and
the crowning ot the queen and king ot tobczco
The seniors enjoyed their senior banquet,
The seniors wore their caps and gowns for
the tirzst tirne at Baccalaureate,
The seniors received their diplomas and are
now tree to travel lifes road to .success or
Today is Decoration day, you tools that d:n't
HURRAW t t SCHOOL IS OUT'
Charles Adams .,.......
Freda .hlnnis .,..
Loon Adams .....
Shirley Adams ....
Mary Alhee .,.....,
Rim-hard Albee .......
David Aldridge ...,.,.
Donna Allen .......
Mardyll Allen ......
B1-tty Allfree ...... ,..,
Charles Altman .........
Darlene Anderson .....
Dorothy Anderson .....
Marilyn Anderson ....
Pauline Anderson ....
Jo Ann Arbs ..............,
Sara Jane Arends
E. A, Arndt ......... ,.
Elizabeth Arndt ,,,,.. ..
Thalia Arndt: .......... .....
Fern Atwood ..,..,.
Gary Atwood ..,....
Barbara Auten .......
lsnae Baartlu ......,...
Betty Babcock ,,,,......
lvn Ma Baht-ovk .
Joe Baheoek .........,,,.
Vernon Babcock .
Louise Backus ,,., .,
Staey Baekus .....,.
Sara Baird ...,. ,.
Charles Baker ,.,.
tinrold Baker ...,...
Richard Baker .,.....
Betty Baldwin ,.....,
Dorothy Baldwin . ,..,,,
Betty Banks .....,.,.,
James Banks ....,,...
Franklin Barile .,,.....
Frank Barrett ........,
Joe Barton ,.,.,..
Pandora Barton ..,.
Rowena Bates ....
.lean Bauer .........
Carlos Baxter . .... .,
lloreas Baxter .....,,
Bradley Beals .,..
Ralph Beals ..,....
Norma Beatty ..,..
Dalton Bell ....,.....
Max Bell ...........
Bill Beniamin .........
Berniece Bennett ......
Bah Bennett ..........
Bnyd Benton ...,..,
B. C. Berg ,,...., .......,
John Berg ..,. ,,,,., ,...,.
Marilyn Bergman ..,... ..
Lois Bergstrom ........
Charles Berry ......,Y
Phyllis Berry ........
Elise Reukema .,,,..,
Vera Beukema ....
Edna Bestar .....,....
Murray Bicknell ....
John Billingsley ......
Pauline Binegar ,......
Ordell Birkenholtz .....
Henry Birkenholz .....
Helen Bishop ........
Leia Bishop ,... .....
Iiuey Bishop ...., ...,.
Mary Ann Bishop
Ronald Bishop .......
Kenneth Bisoxn ......
To the Merchants we express our appreciation.
Their contributions mode this book possible.
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Lueile Bisom .A.,.Y. ........... 6 5
L2-uora Bixby ...... ...... 3 1
Leona Bixby A ...... ....,... 3 1
Betty Blavker ,,,..,.,, .' ....,. .. 31-65
Barbara Blacker ...... .......... 6 1-111
Roberta Blaeklellgo ,.,, ..... 6 1-S9-90-91
Bob Blair ,... ....
Harold Blair ...,
John Blair .Y.,. ......
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Ruth Blom ...........i. ...................., 6 I-73
Robert Boldt ....... ....... 5 2-79-82-96-110
A-C Ice Creorn Co.
Adctms, Dr. L. P.
Allen Printing Co.
Anderson ond Co.
Automotic Wosher Co.
Boiley, R. H. Reol Estote
B G M Sporting Goods
Bone's Sandwich Shop
Bedell, F. L., Attorney-ot-Low
Beczrd Music Studio
Besser, Dr. E. F.
Birkenholtz, Reol Estote
Blue Room Cote
Bond Clothing Co.
Broodston, I. H., Osteopoth
Brierly, L. L., Attorney-ot-Low
Brunner Deep Rock Service
Bruce Borber Shop
Buenz Motors Inc.
Bunker, Dr. O. W., Dentist
Buster Brown Shoe Store
Compbell ond Campbell
Copitol ond Riolto Theaters
Corey, M. I., County Attorney
Carpenter, Dr. F. E.
Cather, Williom, Dentist
Coylor Reol Estcxte
Chornber of Commerce
Chesnutt Barber Shop
City of Newton
Conoco Service Stotion
Cross ond Hamill, Attorneys-at-Low
Culver ond Son Furniture
Cut Rate Grocery
Doves Borber Shop
Denniston 6: Partridge Co.
Dcone, H. C. Inc.
Doo1ey's Music Store
D G T Co.
Dun-Lop Mig. Co.
Donald Bollhoefer .,.....
Shirley Bollhoefer ..,..
Sue Boothe ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,A
Lynn Bowen ,......... .
Peggy Bowen ....
Don Bozarth .........
Doralea Bozarth ......
Richard Bozarth ....AA
Byron Brain ........,.,
Lois Brand .........
Donald Brayton . ....
Harold Brayton .....,.....
Patricia Brazelton ,,,,
Una Rae Breen .,......
Richard Bricker .,Y.......
Ann Brierly ,..,.l.,..
Rob:-rt Brierly ...,.,
Bonnilea Brock .....,,
Margaret Brock ,,..
Sally Broderson ......
Charity Brom .......
Eileen Brooks .......,,
Florence I, Brown .,
Kenneth Brown .,,,,
Lois Brown .......
Marie Brown ........
Marilyn Brown ...,,
Pauline Brown ..,.
VVayne Brown .......
Byron Bryson .,.,...
Fredda Bryson ...,.
Robert Buckles ....
Gene Buckley ....
Anna Bullers ......
Samuel Bullers ,....
Harriett Bunker ,,...
Edna Bunse ..........
Joy Burnett ......,
A. E. Burton .,......
Charlene Butler .,,,,,
Gary Butler ...,.,,,,
Janice Butler .....
Keith Butler ..... ,,
Ronald Butler .....
1Vil1na Byerly .,,...
Clair Calhoon ,....
Don Calvin ....,....
Nancy Calvin ,...,,...
Patricia Cameron ,Y,,
Ram-,ma Cameron r.., .
George Cammack .....
Ann Campbell ...........
Donn Campbell .,.......
Robert Campbell .,,,
Bruce Cannon ...,,,,,,,,
Max Carder ,,,.,. ,,..,,.,,
Corwin Carnahan ..,,
Shirley Carnahan .,,,
Gerald Carpenter .....
Hugh Carpenter ,..,.
Bob Carter ...........
Roland Carter .........,.
Donna Cavltt .......,.......
Geraldine Cavitt ,,,.......
Eloise Charlesworth ,.,..,
Beverly Chedester .,.,.
Junior Chedester ......
Karen Chesnntt .,.,..,....
Thomas Chitwood ...,..,
Leona Christian ,,,,,,,
Neil Clark ,,,.....,,,..
Ardis Clement ......
Doris Clement ..,,..,..,
Allen Clingnlan ..,,,,,,.
Van Dyke Clingman ......
Melburn Clymer ..,...
Norma Lee Clymer ..
Martina Cobbs ..,..,..
Bob Cohn ...............
Leonard Cohn ...,..
George Cook ........,,
Beverly Cooper ,.,,.
Cui-win Cooper ..,,,,,,
Delores Cooper ..,..,,.,.,,
Florence K. Cooper ,
Floyd Cooper ...,...,...,
Franklin Cooper .......
Maude Cooper .....,.
Roma Cooper ...,.
A. H. Cox .......
Donald Cox .....,,..
Florence Cox ,,,,.
Phyllis Cozad ......
Beverly Craig .,..,
Delores Craig ,..,
John Craig , .....,.. .,
Patricia Craig ..,,.....
Leslie Crawford ......,
Gene Creech ......,...
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Foir cmd Square Food Market
Farmers Mutual Insurance Assn.
Farmers Super Market
Ferring, Roy, Typewriter Soles 6.
Finch Insurance Agency
Firrnon Radiator Shop
Foster's Orange Iuice Bar
Ghorrett, Chas., Insurance
Gift onid Exchange A
Guthrie Seed G Feed Co.
Gustafson, Dr. H. R., Dentist
Hammer 6' Guessiord, Attorneys-ot-Low
I-lc1zel's Beauty Shop
Helrncr Cole's Style Shop
Horn Bros. Shoe Store
Hough, A. M. ci Son
Hull, Dr. I. P., Osteopcxth
lowo Stote Telephone Co.
Iowo Southern Utilities Co.
Iosper County Savings Bank
Idsper Lumber Co.
Iensen, Dr. B. C. Optometrist
Iepson's Super Self Serve Drug
Iohnson, L. H., Insurance
Ioy, Drs., Dentists
Keith G McLoughlin Iewelry Store
Kitty's Beauty Solon
Kort 6: Korf G Diehl
Lorchwood Gardens Greenhouse
Lernke, Ross D., Attorney-Crt-Low
Lewis, G. L., Florist
James Crook ....
Carol Cross ....,
.Tune Crouse .........
Otis Crozier .........
Maxine Culver ,.,... ..
Barbara Cundiff .......
Jerry Damnmn .....
Patrivia Dninman ......
Durnld Dammeier ......
Doris Dammeier ..... .
Leonard Dannen .,,...
Dr-Ioris Danner .......,.
Batty Darr ,..,....A.....
Clll.l'l"lN'f' Davidson .......
Marjorie Davidson ......
Cm-il Davis ,,,. .... ......
Charles Davis .,......
Darlene Davis .......
Geraldine Davis . .....
Jean Davis fJr.l .......
Jean Davis tSr.l ....
Leroy Davis ...........
Margaret Davis .....,
Phyllis Davis .....
Ruth Davis ...,.....
Herman Deaton ......
Neal Denton .......
Elha De Camp ......
Renee De Camp ....
Clifford Devker ....
Rifliard Der-ker .,....
Vineta Decker ......
Colleen Deere ........
Normalie Det-re .,......
Georgette De Meyer
Bette- Jean De Moss
Norma Donato ...........
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William Denniston .,,.,. ....,, , ..
Joe Deutsrh .......,.. ..V....V ..... 6 2-69-72
Dean Divkerson , .... . 53-H2-H5-110
Phyllis Divkerson .. .. ..A..... ..VY 6 1-Bl-34
Dolores Dickinson ....,.,., .. .V,..... ....... 5 3-71-82
Hr:-gory Dickinson .,............ ..... 4 9-53-75-79-82
Rosalie Dimon .,..,,, ,..... ........ ....A.Y.,.,, . 5 3 3-73-111
Mary Kathryn Dinsniore . ...., ..,,............,.. 6 -l-83-90
William Dirlam ..,... ............ .... . 5 3-82-96-105-110
Carolyn Dixon ........,.,
Deloris Dixon .....
Barbara Dodd .....
Rivhard Donahue ,,.,.
.lim Donahue .....,,,
Geraldine Don ..
Dorman Doty .......
Kenneth Doty ...,...
Herbert Dougll ......
Doris Douglas ........
Hesfher Douthart ....
Donna Dow ..,.,.....,.
Ella M. Drew ...........
Flthn Du:-liesm-au ......
Darwin Duminy .,..
Donnie Duminy ......
Sidney Dunitz .....,.
George E. Dunn ........
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Marilyn Durant .......... 65
Carl Durlmla, ......,....,...A. ...65
Rose Mary Durbala ....... ..... 7 3
Jane Ends ........ -----Y-- 3 3
Errlythe Earn ..... .-.-.------ 3 3
Phyllis Earp ........ ..... 6 1-84
Bernice Eastburn ...,. ...,.... 2 0
Gale Eaton ............. ...... 6 2
lmtha Eaton ....... ..... 6 4
Clarenre Ebert ....,....... 33
Dale Ebert ,.,...... .........,.......... 6 0
W. L. Eidahl .... .... 1 0-96-107-110
Arlene Eilert .....,. ................,.... 3 3
Frederick Eke ..,......... ............,.... 6 2
Phyllis Eldredgr ..v.Y,,......V ..,.. 9 0
Edna May Ellenwoorl ...... ..... 65
Ivalou Ellenwood ......... ,.......... .. 53
Louise Ellenwood .,...., ,..,......,. . .. 63-'73
Harold D. Elliott .... .,.....l........ 1 3-107
Dean Ellis ...,, . ..... ,..... 6 0-91-99-110
Jean Ellis .....,...,..,. 64-90-91
Beverly Elscott. ,....
Merlin Elsrott ......
Phyllis Elsou .....
Lois Elwood ...........
Lewis Emi-ry ,,........,,
Beverly Emmuck ....
Mark Emmack .,,....
McCall, Ennis, Attorney-ot-Law
McCann, Father T. I.
McMurray, Dr. E. A.
Modeleine's Beauty Solon
Maxwell Grocery G Cote
Mctytctg Loon ci Abstract Co.
Miller, A. M., Attorney-at-Law
Morgan of Son Funeral Home
Morgan, Ves. H., Attorney-at-Low
Muilenburg Insurance Agency
Murdy Drug Store
Necrl's Implement Co.
News Printing Co.
Newton Beauty Shop
Newton Credit Guide
Newton Home Savings cSf Loon Ass'n
Newton Implement Co.
Newton Mfg. Co.
Newton National Bank
Newton Plate Gloss ci Mirror Co.
Newton Refrigerated Locker Co.
Newton Seed Store
Nichols, Dr. Cleo
Nicholson Point :S Wallpaper Store
Nollens, G. H., Drug Store
Pecrrl Engle Beauty Shop
Penny, I. C. Co.
Pierce Furniture Store
Powell Implement Store
Power Rexoll Drug Store
Reese, Dr., Dentist
Register 6- Tribune
Reliable Dept. Store
Rernpp Motor Ports
. .............,............ 53-84
Ritter Cool Co.
Ross, I. H., Skelly Products
Russell, T. G. ci Sons Inc.
R 6 W Produce
Maryanne Evans .....
Sharon Ewalt . ..... .
Clifford Farland ....
Jean Farland . .,...... .
Marilyn Farland ....
Clarissa Fay ..........
Luella Fay ........
Vernon Fay .......,.
Bob Ferguson .... ,.
Jack Ferguson ,..,.,...
Jim Ferguson ..,,.,..,,,,.
Kenneth Ferguson .....
Robert Ferrins ...,,,..
Loren Fifer .........
Norman Fifer ....
Billy Fisher ......
Jo Ann Fisher ..,,,
Robert Fisher .......
Maynard Flake ..,.....
Kenneth Fleming ....,.
Alanna Forshay .,,,.....
Henry Fortner ....,
William Foster .....
Ruth Ann Fox .......
Carol Lee Fry ......
Jack Fry ........,.,....
Ruby Fullmer ,....
Jerry Funk ........
Le Roy Funk ....
Mae Gage ...,..............,,
Patrick Gallagher ..,....
Thomas Gallagher .,.,.
Amando Garcia ......
Clyde Gardner ...,
Evelyn Gardner ..
Marjorie Gardner ...,.,,
Nancy Gass . .............
Vivian Gearhart ......
Delores Gharrett ....,
Bonnie Gibson .......,
Wyonne Gifford ...,.....
Rosanna Gilleland ......
Gayle Glaman ....,.........
Wayne A. Goodman ...,
Lucille Gom-ez ...,..,,..,
Robert Gomez .,.,,.,.
Delia Gonzalez ,.,. ....
Esequiel Gonzalez ......
David Gooch ........,..
Patty Gooch .........
Ethlyne Good .......
Terry Goodman ,.,.,,
Edna Gorgas ...........
Joann Gorgas .....,,.
Richard Gorrell ..,,.,
Donna Graham ...,......,.,.
Lucille Graham ..........,
Merna Graham ............
Mary Ann Granneman
Colleen Grant ,..,.. ....,.........
Willis Grant .....,.,.,......
Pat Green .... ........ .
Richard Green ,...
Buddy Greenlee ...... .
Verlene Gregory ,.......
Clarence Gliebeling ..
Bob Griffith . ......,.......
Marian Griffith ....,..
Margie Griggs ......
Donna Grimm ......
Doris Grimm .....
Jean Grimm .....,..,....
Joan Grosvenor ......,...
Rosemary Guessfurd .
Clifford E. Gullette .......
De Loris Gunsaulus ....
Jim Gunsaulus .,....,....
Jerry Guthrie ...,.......
Myrna Guthrie ......
Paul Guy ............ .
Gladys Halden .,..,
Barbara Hall . .... ..
Sammy Hallam .....
Julie Hamill ......
Sally Hamill .......,
David Hammer ..,....
Carroll Hammer .,,,..
Dean Hammer ............
Marjorie Hammer .....
Harriet Hammerly ....
Noima Hamre .........
Paul Hamre .,,, .,,..
Edward Hand ...... .
Beverly Hartke ....
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Sonders Motor Soles
Scmitory Barber CS Beauty Shop
Schlotfeldt, Dole, Oldsmobile
Shenton Ploning Mills
Shoemc1ker's D-X Service Station
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Smith's Wolgreen Agency
Spurgeon's Mercantile Co.
Stanton, Dr. L. M.
Stctrett's Electric Shop
Sterling, Dr. A. E., Dentist
Stockton's Super Vcxlue
Texoco Service Station
The Parsons Company
Thielmotnn, Dr. C. I., Chiropractor
Thorp Fincxnce Corp.
Thriitwczy Super Mkts.
Tolond Funeral Home
Tyler Studio df Camera Sh
United Food Mkt.
Von Epps, P. R., Radio Store
Veterans of Foreign Wors
Walter Keith Radio Soles ci Service
Warburton Lumber Co.
Welle, Dr. C. B,, Dentist
West End Grocery
Western Auto Associate Store
Wilson G O'Brien
Wisecczrver Pool Hall
Woodbury's lewelry Store
Wood df Fellows, Drs.
Wood, Milo, Gen. Contract
Wormhoudt Clothing Co.
Yeisley Motor Co.
Y. M. C. A.
Y. W. C. A.
or ci Builder
Bev rl Hansel
Gt.3..yH.,...e1 c .... Qiiiii..
George A. Hansuld
Robert Harding ........,
Edward Harger .......
Marvin Harger ........
Robert Harmon ,.
Paul Harper .......,..
Rolibrt Harper .....
Shirley Harper . .,.,
Lily Mae Harr .,.,.
Mary Harrington ..,,
Paul Harrin ton
Wanda Harry ....,
Rim-hard Harsh .....
Billy Hart ...,...........
Beverly Hartley .......
Lois Hasselbrink ..,....
De Loris Havens ......
Gerald Havens ........
Richard Havens .........
Lorraine Hawkins .....
Beverly Haynes ...,..
Bill H-eaberlin ........
Donald Heaverlo .....
John Heaverlo ...,,
Betty Hedges ,...
Maxine He ley ......
Norman Heiden .....,
Edna Henle ,... ......
Roy Henning .....
Frank Herbst ...........
Patricia Herring .......,..
La Vola Herrington .....
Louise Herrington .,,.
Keith Hesson ..........
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Shirley Hesson .......... .....,............, fl 5-70-71-73
Anna Lee .Hawson ...... ......,......,...........,,...,,... . . 54
.lo Ann Hiatt ..........
Marilyn Hiatt .......
Roberta Hiatt .....
Edward Hicks .....
Maril n Hi don .
l y 'g .....
Jimmy Hildebrand ....
Jo Anne Hill ......... . . ....,...,......... 63-73
Sarah Hill ............................,..................,.... 54-71-82-85-116
A. E. Hindorft' ..........................,.,...,.................................,..... 8
Melvin Hobbs 3547-48-97-102-103-105-106-103-109-100-110
Phyllis Hobbs ..,.i.....,.....,.......,..,..,,..,...,......................... 63-90
Marjorie Hoen ........
Carl Hoffert ...........
Rollin Hoffert ........
Harlan Holdeter ..........
Arlene Holmes ..........
Bonnie Holmes , ..... .
Dwain Holmes .....
Helen Holmes .....
Charlotte Hood ....
Betty Hooper ......
Charles Hoolper .......
Mary Joan lorn ....
Glad s Horsmsn .....
Rosslyn Hough ....
Joan Howell ......
Lois Howell .....
Leslie Howse ......
Wilma Huff ............
Clyde Hughes ..........
Donna Hulse ........
Alice Humes ......
Edith Homes ........
Patricia Humes ....
Doris Hummell ..............
Robert Hurley ..........
Bill Illingworth ...,.,,......
Verlee Ingle ...........
Max Irelan ..........,.,
Norma Irelan ......
Ellen Irwin ......
Jack Iske ......
Beverly Jack . ......
Elizabeth Jack ....
Harold .Jackson .,...
Helen Jackson ....
Lsrr Jackson .....
Lucille Jackson ..,..
Betty Jacobs ,.,. .,..
Clinton Jacobs ,..,...
Dorothy Jacobs ......
Gerald Jacobs .....
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Bob Jarnagin .......
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Daneene Jenkins ....
Roy Jensen .....,,...
Delmar Jess ....,.....
Lawrence Jess ......
Leroy .less .............,.
Mary Louise Jess
Ronald Jess ........ ,
Robert Johns ,.,.,,..
Beverly Johnson .....
Cecilia Johnson .....
Claire Johnson ......
Dick Johnson ........
Eileen Johnson .......
Helen Johnson .,,..,..,
Linn Johnson .........,.
Louise Johnson .........
Margaret Johnson ......
Mary Lou Johnson .....
Robert Johnson ,.,, .,
Ruth Johnson ,.,,,,
Cleo Jones ......
Donald Jones ....
Jack Jones ......
Lowell Jones .....
Maurane Jones .....
Phyllis Jones ........
Rosemarie Jones ......
Wendell Jones ........
Larry Jontz ....,,..
Patricia Jontz ....
Warren Jontz .,,..
Robert Jordan .....
Bruce .lung .........
Patricia Jung ....,
John Kaldenburg .......
Shirley Kaldenburg ....
John Kelso ................
Mary Lou Kent .....
Ralph Kenyon ....,..,
.lo Ann Kile .......
Jim Kimler , ......... .
Le Roy Kimler ........
Marjorie Kimler .....
Arnold Kingery .,.....
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La Vonne Kleinendorst .... ,...., . . 61
Patricia Kleinendorst ...... ,,,,,., 6 1
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Pauline Kling ........... .
Ruth Kloppenborg ........
Howard Klopping .........,.
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Joan 'Knott ................... 55-70-71-79-80-82-116
Bill lxnox ...,.......
Evelyn Kono ....,...
Shirley Kooistra ....
Joyce Kreager ......
George Krieger ....
Carolyn Kruse ......
Charles Kuhn ........
Marvin Kumm ......
Viola Lacey ............,
Dennis La Favre ..,..
Betty Lafferty .....
R. C. Laird ....,,.
Shirley Laird ...,,,
William Laird ...,......
Bernard Lammers ....
Doyle Lammey , ...,..,.
Mary Ann Lansrud .,...
Sally Lansrud , ...,. ..
George Lantz .....,
Louise Lantz ..........
Rayburn Larimer .....
Louise Larson ....
Robert Larson .,.,
Dean Leahy , ,..,..,..,..
Glendoris Leahy ........
Robert Leatherman ....
Joan Lekberg ...........
Betty Lamley ........
Bette Lester .........
Dorothy Lester ....
Judith Lester ....
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Helen Lewis .....
James Lewi .....
Louise Lewis ....
Roger Lewis ........
Frank Leydens .... .
John Leydens ........ .. 52
Lillian Leydens ...,,,.
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Richard Leydens .,...
Rodell Lightfoot ....
Gene Lincoln ........
Donald Lint ....,.
Robert Lint .....
Robert Lister ......
Bud Lister ,,,,A,.. ,
Joan Lister .........
Margaret Little .......
John Livingston .....
Delores Lloyd .....
Donald Lloyd ...,.....
Mary Ann Lloyd
Robert Lloyd .........
Cleo Lockwood .....,..
Marilyn Lockhart ..
Gladys Loff ..,,.,,,,,,,,
Betty Logue .........
Dale Long ......,..
Robert Long ........
Martha Lorton ....
Burton Lothe ....
Donald Loupee ....
Leland Luft .........
Eldon Lundberg ....
Robert Lust .....,,,i,,,
Mary Luther ...,..
H. A. Lynn ......,.
Margery Lynn ...,, .
William Lyons ......
Marilyn Mac Nair ..
Darlyne McCabe ......
Edmund McCardell .
James Mc-Carl .........
Ronald McClellan .,,.
Vernon McClun ...,..r
Jack McClurg ...,.
:Tack Mcfloy ......
Ray Mr-Coy ....,,.,.
Ann McDaniel , ....,..
Mordnn Mr-Fodden .....
Rue McF'arlden ......
Donald McFarland .
Phvllis M1-Gee ........
Shirley McGuff ....,.
Edward Mc-Keag ..,..
Glenith Mr-Kee ,..., .,,,
Bill McLain ..,,..,,,,,
John McLaughlin .,..
Carol McMahon ,..,..,
Dick McMahon ...,. .
Gerald McMahon ....
James McMahon .....
Bradley McMain ..........
Mary Ann McMain ......
Joseph Mr-Master ...,....,
Marilyn McMannis .
Patty McMurray ..
Robert McNeese ....
Lois Mr-New .......
Marjorie McNew .,..
Bonnie McPherren ,
Jo Ann Mackerman
Beverly Maddy ..........
Carole Mahan .......
Robert Mahl ..,,.
Maxine Mahon ....
Betty Main ..........
Dorothy Main ........
Kathryn Main ............
Maribelle Main .,..,.....,..
Norma Jean Main
Vernon Main ............
Hazel Malson .......,
Mae L. Manning ....
Kenneth March .....
Jo Ann Marose ....
Charles Marshall .....
Delores Marshall ....
Robert Marshall ....
Jack Martin ........
Loretta Martin ........
Marilyn Martin .....
Harold Mason ...,,..
Edward Masters ...,
John Mateer .,.....
Marjorie Mateer .....
Catherine Meade ....
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L, Meggitt .......,.
Helen Medrem ....
Iola Meldrem .....
Betty Merritt ...,...
Judy Merritt .....,..,..,
Bob Metz ..,,...,.,....
Barbara Meyer' ....
Carroll Meyer .....
Dorothy Meyer ..,..
Rolert Meyer ......
Delores Meyers ,.....
Billy Miller ....
Dale Miller ........
Edwin Miller ....
Greta Miller ...,.....
Gretchen Miller ....
Helen Miller ........
Donald Millsap ....
Bobby Mmear .,,,,,,,,,,,
Junior Minear ..........
M. Elizabeth Mitchell
Robert Moffitt .........
Betty Molleck .......,.v,,
N. E. Molleck .....
Robert Molleck ,.......
William Molleck ......
Don Mong ...,,,,,,,,.,
Don Monroe .,,,,,,,,,,,,
Geraldine Monroe ....
Max Moon .......i.....
Darlme Moore ......
Ruth Morelock ......
James Morgan .......
Rosanne Morgan .....
Shirley Morgan ...,
Jerry Morris ....,... .
Juanita Morris .........
La Veta Morrison .......
Dwayne Mortenson ....
Dwight Morten son
Gene Mortley ,,.,,,,, , ,,,, U
Jack Mortley ...........
Noel Moss .,,,,,,,,,,,,
Wayne Mouchka .....
James Muilenburg .....
Doyle Mulbrook .........
Ramona M ulbrook
Roger Mulbrook ......
Donnie Mullen .......
Patrick Mullen .........
Mary Mulleneaux .....
Marvin Munger .......
Paul Murphy ..,,,,,.,.,,,
Colleen Murray .....
Donna Murray .....
Marian Murray .........
May Bell Musgrove .....
Wilma Musgrove .....
Barbara Myers .......
Bobby Myers ......
Doris My-ers .,.......
George Myers .....
Junior Myers ..,.,
VVilliam Myers .......
Delmar Nagel . ,... .
Jack Nalevanko .....
Lucille Nash ........
Ardat-h Neal ...........
Ard elle Nearm yer ....... .
Darlene Nearmyer ...,
Dean Nedman ..........
Alyss Nelson ..,..,...
Harold Nelson .........
Marjorie Nereson .....
Clayton New-ell .... .
Judy Nibe ........
Joe Nichols ........
Jack Nicholson ......
LaVerne Nida ....
Ralph Niebur .....
Betty Noe .............
G. VV. Nolin ....... .
Jo Norris ..............,...
Richard Northcote .....
Martha Nortbcutt ....
Gene O'Leary .....,.....
Kathryn Oliphant ....
Wanda Oliphant .......
George Oliver ......
Duane Olsen .....
Leo O'Roake ..............
Marjorie O'Roake ....
Catherine Orwick ....
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Irene Osborn ....
Phillip Oswalt .....
Phyllis Oswalt .....
Stanley Oswalt .,......
tleraldine Otten .,..
Carol Pahre .........
Harriet Pahre ...,,
Patty Painter .....
Patricia Palmer .,.,
Winnie Palmer .......
Dorman Parker ........
Floyd Parsons .....
Doris Patterson .....
.lulio Patterson ......
Larry Patterson . .,... ,
Marjorie Patterson ......
Robert Patterson ..... .
Wanda Patterson .,,,.
Mary Alyce Paul ,...
Betty Pauls ,.....,.,,,.
Floyd Peeper ..... .
Donald Peery .,.,.
Elma Peery ,,.....
Kenneth Pe:-r ....
Robert Penne-lil ....
R. J . Penney ........
Pe gy Ann Perry .....
Roliert Perry .....,...
Francis Peters ..,.,.....
Margaret Petersen ....,.
Neva Petersen ..........
Norlnan Petersen .....
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Nellie Peterson ...... .. .. 61
Billy Pherigo ...... 64
Hugh Pherigo .v..r.. ,.,..... ,.v........,. ...... 6 4
Peggy Pherigo ........... ,,.. ,..,.,....,........... .......... G 5 3
l"rederi4-k Phillips .... ....,.,.....,,........................ 6 0
Helen Pllilli is .,..... 41-70-71-88-89-92-111
Maurice Phillips .... ............................ ....... 6 2
Dorothy Pickering .... ............................ 6 1-64
Patricia Pietersma ...... ....... 6 3
Anna Marie Pille ..... .,.. 5 6
Gerald Pille ...,........
Joan Pille ,....,....
Wilfred Pille .,..
Harry Pinegar ...,
Beulah Plum .......
Cleo Plumb ............
William Plumb .........
Elizabeth Pollock ,. .,..
Glen Ponder ...........
Wanda Ponder ......
Lois Postnm ..............
Marcella Postma ........
1-lildred M. Potwin . ,....,.
Joann Price ..
Connie Jo Prior ......
Marian Pyle ........,.
Ruth Qu:-en .. ,.
Carol Quinn , ....
Max Rabourn ......
R. G. Raines ..,...,........
Virgil Ralston ..,............
Jean Rammnge ,.,. ...............
Kathyrene W. Ramsey ....
Betty Raridon ........,......
Dale Raridon .....,..... ,...
Duane Raridon .....
Jewell Ra mie ..,.
Alice P. Reed ....
Anna May Reed ....
Eldo Reid ....,...........
Beverly Rempp ........
Mary Lou Repp .....,
Colleen Revell .......
Burton Reynolds ..,....
Marilyn Reynolds .....
Ronald Reynolds ......
Richard Richards ..,..
Robert Richards ......,
Danny Richardson .
Gene. Richardson ..... I
Jackie Riebe ..........,
William Riley ........,..
Clinton Rinehart ........,.
Ronald Ringgenherg .....
Fred Ritter .................
Howard Ritter ..,,......
Lucille Ritter ...,.......
Madonna Roberts . .,..
Bill Robson ........ ....
Carolyn Robson ..,...
John Robson .......
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Marilyn Robson ..........
Martha Robson .,,,,....,.,,,. .... 6 -l-69-90
Mildred M. Roderick ..,... .. .. . ,.... .. .. 13
Marjorie Rodgers ...,..... .......................... 6 1
Bill Rogers ....,.,.........,..... ......................,.. ....... ...... . . .... 6 2
Delinda Roggensack ............,.......,........... 19-92-33-95-36-37
Marvin Rohrdanz ......................... ............................ 4 52-72-99
Darrell Rojohn .... 41-47-68-96-101-102-103-105-106-109-1 10
Virgil Rollstm ........................................................ 49-56-113
Robert Roney ...............................................,............... .... 6 2
Bill Rose ,,,,,,.,..,..,..... ..... 6 4-83-107
Harry Rosenberger ..... ................. 6 4
Jane Ross .................. 52-56-69-116
Delbert Roush ......
Jean Roush ........
Dean Roussos ..,..
Pete Roussos ....
Jerry Ronze ......
Dale Rusk .....,,...
Deloris Rusk .....
Ann Russell .,.,.
Miriam Salmon .,...
Joan Samson .....,.....
Maryann Samson ....
Alice Leota Samuels
Betty Santen ..,....,......
Joan Santen ,.,....,,,.
Mary Jean Santen ......
Deloris Sawyer ., .... ..
Virginia Schippers ..
Patricia Schlotfeldt .
Janice Schmidt ..,.....
Robert Schultz ........
LaDonna Schuring ......
Keith Schwartz ,.......
K enneth Schwartz ...,
Dick Scoville ..,,...........
Roma Lee Scoville
Beverly Searl ..........
Betty Sedlock ..,...
Dale Shaffer .......
Glen Shaffer ...............
Roger Sharp ......,.......
Dorothy Shaver ......
Mary Jean Shaw .....
James Shearer ....
Jean Shearer .....
Francis Sheeler ....
Cleo Shelton .... .....
Roberta. Shelton .....
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Margaret Shepard ...... . ......... .................. . . 65
Charles Sheprerd ....
James Shepherd ......
Norinne Shepherd ,,,.
Don Sherriek ..........
Carlton Shields ......
William Shields .....
Lee Shippy .,,.,,...,.
Jay Shore ..........
Ruby Shrum .........
Sylvia Shrum ........
Barbara Simmons ....
Paul Simons ...,.......
Marvin Simpson .....
Twila Sims ........,....
George Sjaardema ......
Beverly Slater .............
Mary Doris Slycord
Beverley. Smith ........
Bob Smith .......,...,.
Catherine Smith ....
Doris Smith ............
Flora Smith ...........,..
Joan Smith qsno ...,
Joan Smith t10thJ
Keith Smith ..,..,...,,
Leland Smith ...,,.....
Lois Smith ........
Lucille Smith .......
Margaret Smith .....
Marva Smith .....,,..,.......r
Richard Smith .....
Ruth Smith ......,...,
Thomas Smith ......
Virginia Smith ....
Marie Snapp .....,..
Beverly Snook .....
Burton Snook ........
Laurence Snook ......
Robert Snook ...,...
Ruth Snook .,........
Carol Soderblom .....
Dale Spain ...........
Daniel Spalink ....
Clifford Sparks ......
Donald Sparks ......
Robert Sparks .....
Velma Sparks .........
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Marian Speake ............
William Spellman .....
Barbara Spencer ....
Herbert Spencer ....
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Vern Spencer .....
Billie Spillers . ....
David Sprague .....
Elsie Springer ......
Lois Springer .,..,
James Stanley ........
Robert Stanton ....
Bobby Stark .......
Elton Starrett ...,...
John Starrett ..,.........
Dr. A. E. Sterling
Arthur Sterling ,....... ...,
Aileen Stern ..,.,....,
Billy Stevens .....
Coleen Stevens ...,.
Bette Stewart ....
Janet Stewart .......
James Stewart ,.....
Lowell Stewart .....
Robert Stewart ....
Dorothy Stickler .,...e
Beverly Stickney ...,.
Janet Stock .....,....
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Clinton Stotts .....
Barnie Stoulil ......
Frances Stover ........
Howard Stratton ........
Barbara Sumpter ..,..
Billy Sumpter .........
Rayford Sutphin .....
Shirley Sutphin ,.,.
Margaret Svejda ..
Patty Svejda ........
Anna Mae Swank
Minnie Loo Swans
Mary Swigart ...........
Bette Swigart ,..,....
Donald Swihart ....
John Swihart .........
Beverly Switzer ,...
C. G. Sykes .....,,
June Synhorst ....
Charles Tabor ....,
Edythe Talbot ....
Marilyn Talbot ......
Ila Mae Talley .......
Dolores Terpstra ...,.,
Mary Ann Tetris ...,,
Robert Terris ,.......
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Yukona Thompson ,,.... .......l 6 5
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Robert Townsend ..,..
Coleen Townsend ..,..
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Ladonna Toye .......
Arthur Tratchel .....
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Hilda Trease .............
Carlton Trotter ........
Colleen Trotter ....
Donna Trotter ..... ..
Eugene Trotter ...,,
Joanne Trotter ......
Joyce Trotter ......
Dale Trout ....,....
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Dale Turley ..,........
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Marilyn Utterback ......
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Milton Van Cleave , ......
Robert Vanderbilt ..,.,,,..,.,
Carol Vander Meulen ,.
Robert Van Drimmelen
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Jimmie Van Epps .....
Robert Van Gorp .,...
Julia Van Hall .......,.
Margaret Van Hall ....,
Lela Van Meter ......
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Dorothy Vander Werff
Marie Vand 3 Weerd ,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,
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Bill Vernon ..,........
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Warner Vl'a2aman ,,,,,
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Mary Walker ...........
Richard Wall .,,.
Jack Walther ......
Ray Walther ..,.
Maurice VVard ,..,.
Richard WVard ......
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Ruth Wedekin .......
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Joan Welle .....,,,,,,,,,,,
Clarence Wellsom ,.,,
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Charles Wert ..,....,.
Dorothy Wessel ...,..,.
Dunne Westbrook ....
Judith WVeston ....,..
Donald Whalen .,,,.
Maurice Wheeler ,,.....
Ruth Vilhitsel ...,.....
Robert Wick .,,,,,,,,
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Jeraldine Wickett ....
Donald Wickliff ....
Harold Wiekliff ..,.
Joyce Wicklift' ....
Ella Wilcox ........
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Patricia Willits .....
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Margaret Wilson ......
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