Newton High School - Newtonia Yearbook (Newton, IA)

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Il I l I I fm-3 ,mm ' T This Yearbook is Yours. and Our Efforts will I II Rowaralefl if You, tho Student Holly, no fu y Pnjoy this issue' of the 1958 NILWTOIWA. fi? I mf? ,Q +1 'Q item., -. 'Q' if ug. xv 9 A 5 X J 5 -J, . 0 ave: - U . 'lr ,Jw .'4'wa 'r-.,. A 5, ? 'x JF. s S' 'ri ,-J' In In - 1 'f 'sf H ,.-' ,., Qlnntenta . . . Hall Mtntvr Spring Page 8 352111 Newton again opened her doors in wel- come . . . friendly smiles . . . a rapid blending of old and new faces . . . sun- tans rapidly fading away . . . walks through crackling leaves . . . the whirl of activities begins . . . hayrides in the silvery moonlight . . . the Homecoming bonfire and snake dance through town . . . staying up all night to finish floats . . . victory over Marshalltown followed by the dance . . . then coat collars turned up and mittens came out of hiding .g . . unwilling trees shed their crimson cloaks . . . fall faded away. , . 1, ET- 1 I ut, '17 ,,YMY W-YY, ,A -- 'f 'T.'A- ' "Qi--- -W' - ,iw.--Ykik-tr-as Y - - 77 Y. -w-Q ff ' ffgiff i , 31-2 X-xii .ff I, Page " Ahminintratinn 4 I ff' if pr Page 10 iii-1 M M A K , . , rm - ul Sf' 12 S. ' if ,. W" ,-crew B .1 ' BOARD OF EDUCATION Left to right: Mr. B. C. Berg, Superintendent, Mr. Iohn McCor1eghey, Miss Lelc Bishop, Secretary, Mr. Don Cox, President, Mrs. Iohn Power, Mr. Fred Matthias, Mr. Tim Campbell. 1 MRS. MARIAN C. HILL Biology MRS. SARAH G. BROWN Biology Sirienre Students busy in the laboratory under Mr. Chisms supervision Page 12 gn. . MR. HAROLD D. ELLIOTT Physics MR. EARL H. CHISM Chemistry Industrial Science ,, MISS BERNICE EASTBURN ff' American Literature English Literature MISS MARIAN R. SPEAKE ,Wg Eng. Lit. A World Literature and Language Skills Englinh Miss Eastbum and her student teacher is pictured with an American Literature class. MRS. IUDITH HARDING English Ill English IV MR. ROGER W. RATCLIFP Practical English English III World History l English IV Page 13 MISS HESTER DOUTHART College Algebra Advanced Algebra Plane Geometry Trigonometry Solid Geometry fllllath College Algebra A student explains a problem in one of Mrs. Stock's classes. Plone Geometry Trigonometry Solid Geometry Advanced Algebra ' 1-If, F5 -1-f.--, ,. - ' f - 'l',. . " 0- I-l'l'l 'a' MRS. MARIAN R. PONDER ,A 6 ' .N 1- - fill' ' " v 5's".l,e.-1 5 ' !'n .l.l e 5- '- 'Q Q 6 J.. Jo'-Intl. Q '.lk?'e.xg-Ji... MRS. VERNA M, STOCK Geometry I MR. CLYDE G. SYKES GSXFQEY Ii Industrial Education A1 gi mn Mechanical Drawing ge m f"'N Mr. Sykes with three students in MR. GEORGE A. I-IANSULD Woodworking Mechanical Drawing MISS Pl-IOEBE WILCOX M Zlinrei n Tan ua 2 American Literature g A g g Tenth-grade English MR. CARL ORTI-INER, IR. Librarian French The French class is shown a poster by Mr. Orthner. Svpvrrh Mr. Grout grades the speech while the speech students listen. MR. PHILIP D. GROUT Sophomore Speech Unit Ninth Grade Speech Iunior and Senior Public Speaking Debate-Discussion Television-Extemporaneous Speaking Original Oratory-Radio Speaking I MISS RI-IODA I. GODOWN im I Speech Public Speaking Oral Interpretation Plays Page 18 L r Snrial Srienrr Mr. Levick points out the location of a campaign in the Civil War to students. Y MR. CLIFFORD E. GULLETTE Civics Social and Economic Problems American History MRS. WILMA M. FORSHAY World History American History MR. LEWIS I. LEVICK American History Basketball Coach ,I i --' Q 4 , th MRS. OLGA HUESER HOFFMAN Vocal Music Supervisor of Grade and A Iunior High Vocal Music , - 1 v ' X O . V . F0 . ,R ' Hiumr MR. A. EUGENE BURTON MR LELAND L COOK Orchestra ' ' Band String Instruments Mr. Cook and a student teacher help these students with their lesson. Page 17 MISS DE ON NELSON Home Economics IV, V, ond VI .q,1.LApj.,,,.:' - . . 1 Tgnmvmaking i .2 52 Miss Nelson helps C1 group of students with their Mr. Downs discusses pointing techniques with his cxrt class. Page 18 sewing projects. Art Jai ' MR. CHARLES DOWNS A I' Mr Dettmcm cmd Mr Newton instruct cm agriculture class. iilvjgrfducchon Agrtrulturr MR. MELVIN F. NEWTOI? ' ' V t' IA ' lt Bruin' Flrmntng OCiA?r'31Z1HiLE3n3i3 Agriculture I Mr. Bridenstine cmd Mr. Tullberg ore pictured with Newton's future drivers. MR. EMERON P. DETTMANN Farm Crops Farm Management MR. RULUFF RESSLER 3 T in , Consumer Salesmans -IFII vp Q U 1 M Business Admimstrahon Buying hip MRS. BERTA VAN EKEREN Accounting Shorthand Newtonia Newtonia News W Page 20 Miss Bothel and student teacher Miss Besh supervise a typing class. MRS FRA Office Pra Shorthand NCES A. REED ct1ce Typewriting MISS MARIORIE BOTHEL Guidance " Typing Shorthand ' LP 4, 1I5iIIP55 Sparta 414, 'S' MISS SHIRLEY A. DUTTON Girls' Physical Education Mr. Eidahl and a boys' Physical Education class. . N MR. PAUL WILSON Mechanical Drawing Physical Education Football Basketball, Sophomore Assistant Track Coach MR. WENDELL EIDAHL Physical Education Athletic Director Track Coach Standing: A1 Sutton, Glen Smith, Richard Carlson, - , . L, R. Smoot. Seated: Michael Myers, Grace Birkenholtz, g:lilni,iGI32g2,llMiZi2 C5325 Tg22?:cig Dove Farrell' Dove 'guuerst Ioyce Besh and Thomas Cameron. btuhrnt Elrarlyrrz Dr. E. L. Ruman Coordinator ol Student Teaching in co-operation with Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls FIRST ROW: Ierry Thompson, Carol Ann Hand, FIRST ROW: Vern Hoerman, Kathryn Korns, Emma Lou Dorothy lsenhower, and Ierry Sporaa. SECOND Wiele, and Dick Matland. SECOND ROW: La Verne ROW: lean Roush, Iames Bryant, and Bill Olson. Odell Gnd IOG HGUSOY- is , wil .Banitnrn Left to right: Bernard Lindsay, Neil Bar- bary, William Ealey. IIYHB Ianice Patterson has her eyes checked by Mrs. Ruby Fullmer. Glnnkz Left to right: Hazel Farland, Vivian Meyer, Florence Lufkin. Page 23 Page 24 Svtuhen l STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Larry Caldwell, Morris Knoph. SECOND ROW: Susan Shanks, Mary Ann Krause, Ianet Annis, Toni Cali, Myrna Mul1eneaux,Iane Williams, Tom Russell, THIRD ROW: Virginia Van Zee, Nancy Reavis, Ioyce Power, Barbara Britton, Penny Troen, Carolyn Curtis, Martha Meindertsma, Marsha lohnson, Ed Pierce. FOURTH ROW: Ierry Rempp, Dick Kniepkamp, Ronnie Krajnovich, Iim Bennett, George Matkov, Bob Larimer, Fred Iones. FIFTH ROW: Iim Tiedge, lim Herbold, Larry De- Bruyn, Ierry Howell, Barry Ward. SIXTH ROW: lean Caylor, Mary Rutter, Io Troen, Patty Schutty, Iudy Iohnson SEVENTH ROW: Ierry Baker, Tom Stokes, Earl Kelly. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Karolyn French, SSCTGYGYYZ I-GUY Caldwell, president, Morris Knoph, vice president. .4 fin.-.-..,. . , tv 'V' R' NEWTONIA NEWS STAFF FIRST ROW: Iulie Briggs, Arlene Plate, Nancy Reavis, Ruth Freeken, Linda Brand Margaret Gannon. SECOND ROW: Marsha Van Cleave, Iudy McMain, Ruth Near- myer, Bonnie Hopkins, Ieanette Pherigo, Karen Butler, Linda Ragsdale, Frank Wert Barbara Britton, Beth Cooper. THIRD ROW: Karen Lalfoon, Irma Poots, David Miller Nancy Adams, Marlene Thompson, Kay Kyte, Carolyn McGinn. CO-EDITORS l ' Ruth Freeken and Karen Laffoon Page "GBM mum" Ffllsl.. PLAY CAST FIRST ROW: Sue Shanks, Mary Ann DeGrad0, IOane Snodgrass, loan lones, Karen Lalloon, Kay Wisgerhot. SECOND ROW: Ruth Ann Nearmyer, lolie Scholz, lean Iohnson, Martha Iohnson, ludy Matthias, Cathy Irvine, Charly Smith, Barbara Sprague. THIRD ROW: Brian Blake, Bill Klein, Bill Iasper, Eugene Probasco, Fred Peters, Ray Miller, Frank Wert. FOURTH ROW: Io Troen, Barbara Britton, Ann Breekenridge, Virginia Van Zee, Gerry Frech, Tom Russell, Marsha lohnson, Larry Cald- well, FIFTH HOW: lohn Danks, Wayne Hugen, Tom Stokes, Iudy Cochran, Iudy Foster, Pat Toland, lim Bennett Ioyce Power, SIXTH ROW: Toni Cali, Penny Failor, Mike Carrier, Bill Grant, Sandy Wilcox, Lynette Murdy. 66 9' QDur flnum illilarrhing Iflanh vagvzr ,f . A H V' L: A , X xl f ? l ,W -Q as N53 Page 28 MARCHING BAND OFFICERS Standing: Ed Pierce, Ronnie Farland, Bill Klein. Seated: Pat White, Martha Iohnson. Murdy urshc Iohnson, Lynette o Starr, M Clfl s, Di Snodgrcs Mclrdelle Benne 4-I Phipps. I im ger, Beverly SO Kr ent, Iecm In ordon, Icmice Cle G ndc t: Li gh Left to ri Page 29 l l l Page 30 Quarterback Bill Boyd passes for winning touchdown during homecoming game 1 illnnthall SIHPDIIIP Games Newton Opponent Ottumwa 21 19 Grinnell 7 6 Ames 12 34 Marshalltown 19 7 Roosevelt, Des Moines U 12 Oskaloosa 7 25 Boone 0 12 Lincoln, Des Moines 12 13 Record: 3 wins, 5 losses .J J 'lkua 'wr fi .4 . - 'v fi. 4 ah. ' f :i's25f2.f- 3 5 V ff LGLQEUI ,L N :FVi'fH 'fa 121: 1 'jr,ifx,'7y+4..' Q. 21' N ' 1. x ,+. v Q, V'-A-4 "' 5 e 1-fi'--F-pf . . svvh 1-L' .a,f..f,-5.,l A 55fGQ5,f .1 V .T . r f AQ? rtqe' I' 1 - "'. .' ui 5 4. ' , A 15. . 1' , a gi -'iff 'ff fc: qv f'-'QL ,ff jig, ' 1 i ,RWE is .4 if . l' .lfbzt ' QW! 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'1 I wld' Ai 'Xiu' F' I 'LI' .4 I9- gf 'P if by 'Q ew, .1 1 73 EA' 5 :ml in L 1 ' 43 Y MDM M 20472 Q E 5 W' .V-.. 3 zap? my 5-fz-1. Clava' in . , , r QwM+d53Ml0 -7717 ,wr +04 UM if-ff-ff VIRGINIA POOTS I 'i I WQQYQJ f 9' , g I x, . I xr ' ,-L...,g,.,x!.lTx QUEEN-PATSY BENSON OOWZOE VIRGINIA VAN ZEE EZ I-I 25 CD 1957 TONI CALI LINDA GORDON Q LQn11wrnming 1IHl1m15 FIRST PLACE HOMEROOM 108 Mr. Newton Advisor -f'. I. IV: THIRD PLACE SECOND PLACE HOMEROOM 304 Mrs. Harding Advisor HOMEROOM 332 Mr. Dettmonn Advisor Page 37 l M A T' SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 101 FlRST ROW: Barbara Bassett, Barbara Britton, Kay Blair, Lillian Anderson, Helen Anderson, Donna Io Agar, Linda Clemens, Karen Butler, SECOND ROW: Anne Breckenridge, Kathleen Buckley, Linda Benjamin, Linda Brand, Susan Altemeier, ludith Armstrong, Elizabeth Cooper. THIRD ROW: Donna Cunningham, Delores Burkdoll, Nancy Adams, Allene Cupples, Linda Cavitt, Sharon Clement, Gerald Anderson, William Breckenridge. FOURTH ROW: Charles Appleby, Richard Couch, Larry Bovenkamp, Brian Blake, Tommy Cupples, Iames Bennett, Harvey Curry, Earl Bisom. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 108 FIRST ROW: Karolyn French, Shirley Goodhue, Sandra Edgren, Margaret Gannon, Iudith Edwards, Saundra Ettleson, Helen Hagedorn, Pamela Fisher. SECOND ROW: Patricia Ginther, Carolyn Curtis, Mary Ann DeGrado, Sonja Elliott, Nancy Dyas, Virginia Dingeman, Rebecca Dammeier, Ianet Ghent, Georgene Grimes. THIRD ROW: Dennis Foster, Edward Duchesneau, Gerald Frech, lon Garvin, Richard Funk, William Doane, Leonard Deutsch. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Funk, Richard Gannon, Malcolm Emmack, Robert Gray, Terry Griggs, Dale Diamond, David Gidley. Page 39 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 303 FIRST ROW: Margaret Larsen, Barbara Lust, Roberta Lanz, Nancy Koppin, Sondra McCroskey, Karen Laltoon, Marcella Massman, Peggy McReynolds. SECOND ROW: Shirley McMaster, Ioyce Koppin, Karen Koppin, Carolyn McGlnn, Sheryl McCombs, Sharon Mallory. THIRD ROW: Ronald Krainovich, David Larrison, Larry Lakin, Etmer Lamb, Frederick Mackerrnan, 'Fred McNealey. FOURTH ROW: Robert Lemonds, Ioe Lyman, Ronald McCracken, Wayne Kono, Robert Larimer, Fred McA1ister. Page 40 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 301 FIRST ROW: Margaret Iohnstone, Iessica Iames, Ioan Iones, Sharon Iohnson, Chere Hurley, Sandra Kerr, Iudith lohnson, Marsha Iohnson. SECOND ROW: Wayne Hugen, Gordon Iones, Bonnie Hopkins, I-UCU19 IOIWTISOYL Carol Kline, Dorothy Holmes, Carol lones. THIRD ROW: Steven Hollenbeck, Bennett l-larl, Ronald Hunt, Arthur Hansuld, Gary Huxford, Robert King, Iohn M. Iones, Dennis Iackson. FOURTH ROW: George Kingery, Ronald Kentzelman, Iames Hotfert, Bryce Iansen, Kenneth Iohnson, larry Keeton, Iohn E. Iones. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 317 FIRST ROW: Richard Plumb, Iudy McNeal, Iudy Meredith, Martha Meindertsma, George Matkov, Ray Miller. SECOND ROW: Sharon Parsons, Naomi Pugh, Eleanor Neasham, Doris Moredock, Margaret Preston, Rita Moredock, Ianette Pherigo. THIRD ROW: Linda Owens, Mary Iane Oliver, Beverly Parrish, Penelope Porter, Lois Io Mindham, Irma Poots, Linda Ragsdale, Arlene Plate, FOURTH ROW: George Murry, Dean Meeks, Curtis Paul, Stephen Peterson, Larry Mosbey, Ray Morgan, Thomas Porter, Lana Moxley, Ianis Pickett. FIFTH ROW: Terry Murphy, Larry Montavy, Ierrold Osborn, Robert Pentico, Norman Parsons, Ierry Meador, Carl Pickett. ufi. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 325 FIRST ROWQ KathyASnook, Roberta Reckler, Mary Sherman, Nancy Reavis, Torn Russell, Kay Sille, Patricia Srnith, Ianice Strovers. SECOND ROW: Trudy Renaud, Penny Snook, Debbie Sweet Patt Schutty, Linda Rmggenberg, Sharon Stephens Ioan Snodgrass Ioan Seaton. THIRD ROW: G1 Y glgerEatt,RRoyhRossi? Carl Romans, Larry Roush,,Donald Savage,' Charles Schrader, Terry Rohrdari: ares me me OURTH Row. Donald Roge S, W ll R R h R ' lClmeS Stocker, Phillip Sprague, Dale Stevens,l-Franck Sgliwanlersl James ous I oger Schroder' Page 41 1 'ZW ll-ll' SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 335 FIRST ROW: Karen Vorhies, Marlene Thompson, Karen Turner, Io Troen, Penny Troen, Ianet Warrick, lolene Tomlan, Sabra Webb. SECOND ROW: Sandra Wilcox, Kay Wisgerhoi, Carol Ann Tharp, Iackie Wert, Terry Warrick, Sharon Trotter, Ianet Vander Leest, Marsha Van Cleave. THIRD ROW: Lynne Wiley, Norma Wicklifl, Keith Willis, Dennis Tool. Iames Walling, Bertha Tipton, Kay Tinnermeier. FOURTH ROW: Larry Wells, Larry Thomas, Lonnie Vander Werff, Gary Thompson, Ronald Williams. Donald Walls, Robert Talbot. W y Snphnmnr3A1gngrzg1ZlgEgQ? M ' YQ f ' -ff fy, .R 'W fiifqiiiif Wvlllwzvw fff WW Wt fjfj ff . WW 1 gf nys Jil, 1 ',0,, .Ml fit 1 5 ,il ,J ,,,fWwf'e, 'A , LAL, HP' 9 f li r Agfa j7fZff'c0fZ XY 'wwf W V 4 , ,V , L 59? lj5',,w5TfWj,,?Wf,Qf! N Push ', af NJ1 mf I mi , ,f , ffw f ,gg 3iffWQ15fs Mb V , N ,A,. 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U 2? o o D. .9 .E on .E 7 T -Q '42 s: 0 5 54 vi I1 GJ 3 o CQ 0 s: C o 0 .- si O UJ C 4: O .- rs o 0 P9 T3 cs III :- c s: ID U1 E o E m 0 b o D .J 0 .E E lu FIRST ROW: Linda Ringgenberg, Sandy Wilcox, Kay Wisgerhot, Debbie Sweet, Cathleen Tinner- meier, Iudy Iohnson, Margaret Larson, Barbara Bassett, Cynthia VanderSchel, Sharon Kleinendorst, Sheryl Dorothy. SECOND ROW: Beth Cooper, Linda Clemens, Kay Blair, Mary Ann DeGrado, Ro- berta Reckler, Marceda Dammeier, lla Schultz, Mary Hurt, Patty Schutty, Lana Moxley. THIRD ROW: Ioan Iones, Ioan Seeton, Ianet Leighton, Arlene Plate, Roberta Lanz, Carol McConeghey, Iudy Armstrong, Iariice Clements, Linda Ragsdale, Naicia Wood, Peggy McReynolds, Helen Anderson, Ioan Snodgrass. FOURTH ROW: Linda Owens, Marcella Massman, Susan Altemeier, lanet McConeghey, Martha Meindertsma, Sandra Edgren, Phyllis Tool, Mary Neashem, Sharon Trotter, Karen Laifoon, Marsha VanCleave. FIFTH ROW: Helen Hagedorn, Eva Meador, Sonja Elliot, Irma Poots, Iudy Penny, Iudy Edwards, Carolyn Turner, Mary lane Oliver, Glennis Turner, Ianet Van DerLeest. ge 50 GIRLS GLEE CLUB .Virginia Van Zee, Linda Gordon, Eleanor Kling, lean Iohnson, Iudy Bishop, Curtis, SECOND ROW: Lillian Blair, Evelyn Jacobs, Donna Hammer, Beverly li-1dY Tomlonovic, Louise lensen, Dixie Westercamp, Pat White. THIRD ROW: Irvine, Ruth Horsman, Marilyn Mortley, Linda Anderson, Iolie Scholz, Virginia Culver, Barbara Sprague. FOURTH ROW: Linda Brooks, Charli Ann Smith Gannon, Linda Northrup, Ioyce Power, Ioan Co pton, la Bo , K I Abel, Pam Fisher, Lynette Murdy. m e n wers men FIRST ROW: Kay Foster Patsy Benson, Carolyn Behrends, Mary Machin, Ioyce Grosvenor, Cathy Poots, Io Troen, Sharen Bev Gimre, Mary Louise BOYS GLEE CLUB FRONT ROW1 Mike Still, Ivan Moore, Dave Carpenter, Charles Haltermun, Harvey Iackson, Ierry McFarland, Steve Peterson. SECOND ROW1 Dennig Breckenridge, R055 Leeper, Dcrvis Eidahl, Doug Fahrney, Ian Erickson, Fred Peters, Nick Vollers, Bonnie Farland, THIRD ROW: Terry Matheny, Larry Moore, Tom Stokes, Larry Bollman, Hal Wert, David Larrison, Frank Wert. FOURTH ROW: Bryan Blake, Bruce Fullmer, Terry Owens, Earl Kelly, George Matknv, Wally Rivers, Bennett Harl. FIFTH ROW: lim Holtert, Larry Lloyd, Bill Bain, Iim Burke, Wayne Kono, Bob Larimer. IUNIOR DELTA MU DELTA FIRST ROW, lelt to right: Mary Rutter, Martha Iohnson, Lynette Murdy, Delinda Bishop, Margaret Skinner, Indy Mathias. SECOND ROW, left to right: Harry Cawood, Bill Iasper, Morris Knopf, Pat O'Brien, Bill Klein. .JJUJ JAH 'E Q' UF 1 fi J as ff J iw Mi,Mei rf 4-WE Fir JEFF IF Www ,JJ ,V Ji -J W 'J W i lls Us Jirlf 7211 1414 Lf-'L 51 i JF E' frff VrfQ"fIL1:iLm"' .I Q, Q 55539 .25 s..gU CO mon cg 'O-'5 2-- Wgfn 5 wg- - 2155 Eg 565 98 Ngo. 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FOURTH ROW: Linda Ringgenberg, Kay Blair, Debbie Sweet, Linda Ragsdale, Iudy Meredith, Delores Burkdoll, Kay Wisgerhof. SIXTH ROW: Ruih Horsman, lean Caylor, Beverly Phipps. Page 55 Page 56 IDOLS SEATED, left to right: Virginia Van Zee, Ann Breckenridge. STANDING, left to right: Charlie Ann Smith, Barbara Britton, Iolie Scholz, Martha Iohnson. 69112-Art Flags THE STILL ALARM SEATED, left to right: Ray Miller, Fred Peters. STANDING, left to right: Bill Iasper, Eugene Probasco, Mike Dodd. ROOMFUL OF ROSES SEATED, left to right: lean Iohnson, Sharon Iohnson. STANDING, left to right: Bill Klein, lim Bennett. "Bling Spirit" ...nf BLITHE SPIRIT FOREGROUND: Toni Cali. STANDING: George Motkov, Sue Shanks. Page 57 I Page 58 LIBRARIANS FIRST ROW: Beverly Parrish, Linda Finn, Ruth I-Iorsman, Ada Clement, Yvonne La Suer, Iudy Mat- thias, Kay Tannahill. SECOND ROW: Larry Brown, Ianice Schnathorst, Marcella Massman, Ivan Moore, Iohn Iones, Leo Ponder, Bill Cockerion, Wayne Ion-es, Brian Blake. .43 1 BIOLOGY CLUB . . . - - . ' ' ' - 'dent' Wally SEATED: Ronme Kraynovlch, Pres1clentg Ray Mlller, SeCrelGrY, Ilm Wflllmgf Vice Pres! ' , Rivers. STANDING: Delores Burkdoll, Roy Ross, IGFHSS. FIOUSTU. PEQQY MC ReYnOlds, Terry Warrick Ken lohnson, lolene Tomlan, Larry Moore, Donna Cunnmghclm. LATIN CLUB FIRST ROW: Ann Breckenridge, Louise Tensen, Iudy Iohnson, Ray Miller, Nancy Reavis, Tom Russell, Iackie Wert, Carolyn Curtis, Helen Anderson. SECOND ROW: Lillian Anderson, Donna Cunningham, Debbie Sweet, Margaret Skinner, Iim Walling, Linda Ragsdale. THIRD ROW: Sandy Edgren, Gary Huxford, Steve Peterson, Ken Iohnson, Ronnie Farland, George Matkov, Iolene Tomlan, Margaret Larson. IUNIOR KIWANIS SITTING: Terry Trotter, Morris Knopf, Douglas Fahrney, Berry Ward. STANDING: Chuck Shoemake, Larry DeBruyn. Page 59 Q 5 'lg - ery ts X . x X l' 5- j f 1. K 'iff .Af 1 sf X V H . I Ianet Armis Bill TGYl0f Mardelle Snodgrass FIRST ROW: lone! Annis, Bill Taylor, Mardelle Snodgrass. SECOND ROW: Kay Wisgerhof, Lynnette Murdy, De Ann Dyas, Beverly Phipps. AQ 'r T .1 ,I " CQ ' L- ' 1 Q A xx g Q1 Z I X ! X V N x 1 l , 5 x 3 X. K l ea' Kay Wisgerhof alternate Lyrmette Murdy DeAnn D as 'D Bev Phi I Y DDS Page 60 t B son 1 Ioyce G Pcliisidirllt Linda Gordon MCIYUYY1 MOYYISY Treaslgifgfnor Vice-President SeCfef0fY PEP, CLUB FIRST ROW: Virginia Van Zee, Sharon Davis, Eileen Orr, Ruby Sille, Iolie Scholz, Iudy Bishop, Kay Kyte, Eleanor Kling, Sandy Blatterbauer. SECOND ROW: Cathy Irvine, Karen Laffoon, Linda Harbin. Barb Powell, Iudy Foster, Myrna Mulleneaux, Ieari Bowers, Karen Abel, Reta Simpson, jqnice Schnathorst. THIRD ROW: Barb Sprague. Linda Brooks, Carmen Sersland, Penny Failor, Bev Gimre, Louise Iensen, Linda Northrup, Charli Smith, Iean Brisel, Kay Tannahill. FOURTH ROW: Linda Anderson, Karen Wilson, Saundra Trotter, Diana Starr, lean Caylor, Racheal Rollstin, Sandy Rankin, Shirley Awtry, Ruth Nearmyer, Betty Brisel, Margaret Larson, Phylis Tool. FIFTH ROW: Naicia Wood, Mary Hert, Sharon Robinson, lla Schultz, Eleanor Neasham, Judy Meredith, Iudy McNeal, Nancy Dyas, Sandra Edgrenf Marsha Iohnson, Pat White, Florence White. SIXTH ROW: lean Johnson, Pat Toland, Dorothy Winchell, Sharon Stephens, Nancy Adams, Barbara Britton, Linda Brand, Irma Poots, Lindo Ragsdale, Virginia Poots, Dixie Westercamp, Ianice Herby. SEVENTH ROW: Lana Moxley, Ioan Iones, Sharon Iohnson, Sandy Wilcox, Io Troen, Mary Ann De Grado, Kay Blair, Virginia Pille, Iudy Couch, Sue Shanks, Virginia Dingaman. EIGHTH ROW: Pat Schutty, Deborah Sweet, Linda Ringgen- berg, Roberta Lanz, Iudy Iohnson, Pam Fisher, Helen Anderson, Iudy Edwards, Penny Troen, Karen Vorhies. NINTH ROW: Beverly Parrish, Ioann Seaton, Linda Clemens, Deloris Burkdoll, Margaret Gannon, Beth Cooper, Barbara Lust, Iulie Briggs, Kay Kiefer. Toni Cali I I Mary Rutter . Al Linda Owens Page 61 Page 62 VARSUW'BASKETBALL FlRST ROW, left to right: Davis Eidahl, Mike Carrier, lim Herbold, Dave Morgan, Terry Owens Larry De Bruyn, Terry Trotter, Chuck Shoemake. SECOND ROW: Coach Levick, Doug Fahrney Larry Walker, Barry Ward, Bruce Fullmer, Karl Brown, Jerry Howell, Larry Bollman. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Score Site Newton 67 Des Moines Tech 52 . . There Newton Knoxville 38 , , . There Newton Roosevelt 62 . ., , 'There Newton Boone 42 , , Here Newton Oskaloosa Sl Them Newton Marshalltown 59 , Here Newton Lincoln D. M. 34 . There Newton Algona 51 , ,,,, There Newton Ames 58 , , ,,,, ,,.,, , ,Here Newton Grinnell 48 , , There Newton Boone 55 ,, There Newton Oskaloosa 56 , , Here Newton Marshalltown 53 . . Therg Newton Ames 74 There Newton Knoxville 44 Here Newton Grinnell 62 , Herc Newton Roosevelt 57 . Here Page 64 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL FIRST ROW, left to right: Phil Sprague, Bob Pent' , D I D' d B'll D T Ron Williams- SECOND ROW! lOl'm lones, Leoniril DguischlQnE?1ri1'Bisom Olggiid Eicyllesohlgzgif Frech. THIRD ROW. Chal S hr d , W H k M I Sherrott, Steve Hollenbecl:,e:DcnRdiuiiisoneyne ugen' IOC query' Bruce Vander Whem Glen Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton fRecorcl SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE , Des Moines Tech 35 ,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,.,,,,,,,..,...,.,,,,,,,,,,.,., , , ,, , Knoxville 45 ,..,,. , Boone l8 . , Oskclooso 57 38 41 23, Roosevelt 48 ., 37 31 44, Marshalltown 54 40 , Des Moines Linc , Ames 39 , ., , Grinnell 50 ,, , , Boone 37 . , Marshalltown 52 , Ames 63 , ,. , Knoxville 46 29 29 44 38, Oskcllooscl 71 , , 25 37 48 59, Grinnell 55 ,,,,,.,, 42 , Roosevelt 55 ,,,,., 5 Wins, ll Lossesl oln There There There .Here There , Here There Here There There Here There There Here Here Here , fe? 9' .QM -1? Kf ' ' Q4f" 4 ' 1 nil I ,Q .X 2 , .,. ,vi 1 1 1 mv..-I...-f , , 'r' "' ' ' f. .1 -,-.wr 2 ' ' AUM bw 1 Q 1 . 'W' 'QA I . f' ,,.,i,? DI in 'i' Y a Mio . b .i -Set'-4' 1' A P, Q, 5 0- Q. f'i'wY.i N, V jaw 'am-W 1 IS' ci ,AZ ' ' ' . -' x' kjmk - - fu. 3, 4- H 5 1.- W A ,E 5 J' , 4,4 ,, V ,ll A ' -V l Q " .5 R, Av,-. ,.,. bw ff - was u,,. N, ' A! :M 3 5 b v ln. 4, W M, F 1 'P .2 F 1 uv I , I Ge-Oroe Kinoery Ken lohnson 155 lbs. Heavyweiqhl 4 Q X by o ' 1 , 1 I Douq Barton 103 lbs. 'I 1 ' XNick Nixon 165 lbs. w-.4 J Q .,- gl 1 A , 1 rl L'gDon Braslielosi 138 lbs. x l ' 1 I . 1 1 j x lohn Cochran N Sldfl Chism 951bs. 145 lbs. A ' .N- lohn Danks 133 lbs. Ken Bryan 127 lbs. X . I Pail Von Roekelll 138 lbs. l Guy Ealey 154 lbs. A Russ Miller 120 lbs. STATE WRESTLING TEAM FIRST ROW: Guy Ealey, Ken Iohnson, Ken Bryan, and Iohn Cochran. SECOND ROW Stan Chl m Coach Chism, and Iohn Danks. WRESTLING SCHEDULE 1957-58 Score Site Newton 9, Washington C. R, 28 ,,,...,A.,,,,,.,,,,,,, ., i,,,There Newton 27 Grinnell 14 .,,,i , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, . , .,..There Newton 18 Lincoln D. M. 23 .,..i, ,,,... ,,,,.,,, T h ere Newton 18 Cedar Falls Teachers 22 ..,,,,, ,Here Newton 3, Eagle Grove 36 ,.,,,,,,.. ..,,..,, T here 'Newton 4, East Waterloo 41 ,,,,,,....,., ,Here Newton l4, Algona 28 ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, T here Newton l7 Tech D. M. 2l ,,,.. ,,,,,r,., H ere Newton 8, Clarion 32 ,,....,., ,Here Newton 25, Tama l3 . ,,,,,.r,,r,, .,,,,,...,,,, H ere Newton 3, Iowa Falls 38 ,,,,....., There Newton 22, North D. M. 18 ,,Y...,. MI-Iere MW ' Q1 ' K-2 .g of- f 54 . ah 4 Op, B 1 'ia s H p f 1 Q Ifvl 'r K4 7 fwvf ' ' 1 . . v . 'l fy k.,l.! .L-gf' . - wr 'Q ll ,., ug 52937 FEDERALISTS FIRST ROW: De Ann Dyas, Secretary, Ioyce Grosvenor, Campaign manager, Beverly Phipps, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Chuck Shoemake. Permanent Chairmang Larry De Bruyn, Vice President: Morris Knopf, President. NATIONALISTS FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Krouse, Permanent Chairman, Lynette Murdy, Secretary, Mary Hurt, Campaign Manager. SECOND ROW: Davis Eidahl, Treasurerg Barry Ward, Vice President, Gary Rutledge, President. fdnninr Glampaignz IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Beverly Phipps, Treasurer, Federa- list, Lynette Murdy, Secretary, Nationalist. SECOND ROW: Gary Rutledge, President, Na- tionalist, Larry De Bruyn, Vice President, Federa- list. Page 69 iluniuru In I1 i 1 ' l FIRST ROW leit to right Shirley Awtry Lillian Blalr Margaret Buchanan, Stan Chism, lean Caylor, Brooks Dolinda Bishop Bev Behrends Iunella Baty Bob Cass. THIRD ROW: Mark Altemeier, Ronnie Best Carl Callison Ron Broshar Iames Baarda Ronnie Bonney, David Ball. FOURTH ROW: Don Brasheld Harry Cawood Dennis Carpenter Ken Byran Bob Bishop, lim Brock, Dick Allan, Iohn Bowie, Ierry Balmer. HOMEROOM lU9 lean Brisel,IPatty Carterf Betty Brisel. SIECOND BOW: Linda Anderson, Marlene Blackwood, Linda - Page 70 IUNIOR HOMEROOM 143 FIRST ROW: Saundra Cowclin, Mary Gannon, Larry DeBruyn, Ann Doak, Ianice Curtis, Merryll Gear- hart, Beverly Gilmore, Penny Failor, SECOND ROW: Pat Endsley, Mary Cockerton, Marceda Dam- meier, loyce Conrad, Sheryl Dorothy, Ruth Freeken, DeAnn Dyas, Bev Gimre, Kay Foster. THIRD ROW: Bruce Gaylor, Bill Cockerton, Arthur Ergenbright, Ian Erickson, Doug Fahrney, Norman Emmack, Davis Eidcxhl, Clarence Dow. FOURTH ROW: Charles Good, Ray Cupples, Iames Crabtree. Wayne Delfoning, Bill Grant, Bruce Fullmer, Robert Cobler, Eugene Comer. fdunium HOMEROOM 145 FIRST ROW1 lim Herbold, Ierry Howell, Mary Hurt, Louise Iensen, Ioyce Grosvenor, Cathy Irvme. SECOND ROW: Eleanor Greve, Marilyn Green, Marilyn Harsh, Ianyce Holdsworth, Dixie Iohnson, Donna Hammer, Martha Iohnson, THIRD ROW: lim Griggs, Doug Huiiaker, Larry Hobbs, Dean Grimes, Bill Iasper, Wanda Iacobs, Luella Henning, Ernest Hearl. FOURTH ROW: lohn Hoffman Thomas Hewitt, Richard Hageclorn, Bill Hotger, Dove Iensen, Irvine Iohannes, Dennis Iaennette, Marvin Housley, Phil Hennon. 1 I C! HOMEROOM 147 NEST ROW3 Arlene I-em0V1dS. ll-1dY Iones, llldy Lewis, Mary Ann Krouse, Morris Knopf, Ianet Layton, Karen McCroskey, Sharon Kephart. SECOND ROW: Gwen McCombs, Ianet McConeghey, Kittie Iones, Iudy Matthias, Sharon Kleinendorst, Iudy McMqin, Mgrlys Mcwilliqmgh THIRD ROWg Key MC. Gee, Etta Iones, Ross Leeper, Tom Lemke, Dean Mcnealy, Denny Mick, Carol McConeghey, Cindy lanes. EOURTH ROW: Kenton Messick, Paul Lammey, Walter Madison, Tom Lemonds, Tom Loupee, Bill Klein, Charles King, Terry Metheeney. Page 71 lilnninrn x - t . -' N 1 . A- IUNIOR HOMEROOM No. 141 Wg Brenda Newberr , Iud Noel, Ed Pierce, Ioyce Power, ludy PSDUYI l-lfldu Nollhmp' Bev IPliIl1?gs.RgECOND ROW: Ianici Pattlerson, Ada Osborn, Marlene Mickelson. lUClY Miller, MGTY Pcgefi son, Lynette Murdy, Ruth Nearmeyer, THIRD ROW: Iohn Potter, Harold Patterson, 'Fred PetegV,B4C1Y O'Roak, Paul Miller, Ronnie Moser, Mike Pherigo, Doyle Northcott. FOURTH ROW. Paid H Tien, Dave Miner. Nick Nixon, Dave Morgan, Gary Mwphv. Larry Moore, Deon North' Dove O ec ' Page 72 HOMEROOM 120 FIRST ROW1 Edith Schrader, Ioyce Schumann, len-y Rempp, Mary Rutter, Teddy Stevens, Margot-e1 Skinner. SECOND ROW: Gary Rollins, Ianice Schriathorst, Rachael Rollstin, Diana Starr, Sandra Rankin, Donna Rozenberg, Barbara Sprague. THIRD ROW: Carmen Sersland, Thomas Sally, Mike Still, Louis Stinson, Sharon Robson, Ila Schultz, Charlotte Smith, Delmar Rawlins, FOURTH ROW: Chuck Shoemake, Eugene Probasco, Dean Shore, Gary Rutledge, Mike Springer, LeRoy Rinehart, Morris Russell, Ioe Sheldon, Glen Smith. .iluniurn HOMEROOM 1 10 FIRST HOW, left to right: Linda White, Kdren Tdylgr, Kay Wgll, Terry Trotter, Barry Ward, DOYOUIY Winchel, Helen Weyers, Carol Wilcox. SECOND HOW: Cheryl Weormouth, Kay Tonnahill, Rosalie Thompson, Linda Wharfi, Kathleen Tinnermeier, Pct Tolqnd, Karen Wilson, Ncicic Wood. THIRD ROW: Dixie Westercomp, Cynthia VclnderSchel, Iim Thomas, Robert VonSickel, Ion Weclekin, Scun- dro Trotter, Pot White, Iudy Tomlonovic. FOURTH ROW: Myron Townscmd, Iim Trusler, Gary Tiedge, Charles Wheelond, Marvin Struick, Iohn VonderSchel, Vernon VerSteegh, lim Verwers, Gary Von Gilst. ,fo A ' WW 8 XMU ffm, 'Jwwzyjfwuf My ef NAP. C,,0fy"DTSZ:?r EJ X544 Q wo D ,LJ JN OYN,jJ"1.o HQ Q,- NJX P829 73 auf I I. .11 ' 1. U- ,+A N f " ,n J--iisanff ff' nf: Q F . I i. I r X Ffa gt '?aJAAN Mio' S 'N Y'-r 2' n' 1 1 .QA T. F 5 Q., ti, hui Page 76 Spring Spring fever . . . balmy evenings when no one feels like staying home to study . . . winter woes forgotten . . . spring vacation . . . acquiring a tan in the warm spring sun . . . talk of the prom floating in the halls . . . tennis games and track meets . . . getting ready for graduation and all of its many activities . . . cleaning up messy lockers . . . good-byes tinged with sadness . . . the year was gone, but its memories eould never be taken away. Page 77 I Wx Co-editors Iulie Briggs and Kay Kiefer. NEWTON IA fs F... ..... Q.-7 -i .if lk 4 ' ..- i ff- S I 1 -1, We A A ' 3 I , g I .1 W L .. . C , N ' , , I " 1 - - V .. ' I i 'Q V qu 'V .2 I , -. e 6' . ,, I 2 - is , 3 r ' - 2 .4 - i I ' , X .v ' 5 ' ll 5 -'lu A T -. N V ., Q V ' 1' " f' I l ' A , I K 1 I ' 1 , ' I t 4 -1 - L N Y I su 5 vi s l it , .1 A A Page 78 CARMEN SERSLAND'S SALES TEAM LEFT ROW, ascending: Nancy Beavis, Carmen Sers land, Marlene Thom s L' p on, inda Owens Iean Bowers, Dave M'l'er MIDDL it . E ROW, ascending: De Sandy Wilcox, Barbara Britton, Sharon Margaret Gannon, Delinda Bishop. RIGHT cending: ludy Couch, Karen Butler, Ianice Kay Wisgerhof, Sharon Davis. Ann Dyas Stephens ROW, asl Patterson, I n ' RUTH FREEKENS SALES TEAM LEFT ROW, ascending: Ruth Nearmyer, Ruth Ereeken, Mary Ann De Grado, Karen Laffoon, Frank Wert. SECOND BOW, ascending: Iudy McMain, Carolyn McGinn, Beverly Gimre, Linda Harbin. THIRD BOW, ascending: Marceda Damrneier Iulie B' , riggs, Cathy Irvine, Kay Kyte, Nancy Adams. RIGHT BOW, ascend- ing: Trudy Renaud, Arlene Plate, Linda Brand, Kay Kiefer. 1 C A Q7 "' ouiu. AND SCROLL Seated: Ruth Freeken, Sharon Davis, Iulia Briggs. Standing: Kay Kyte, Linda Harbin, Kay Kiefer. Quill and Scroll Society International Honorary Society for High School Iournalists REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP I. Special ability and talented 2. journalism considered a major interest 3. Average of 2.5 or better 4. Take full responsibility 5. The REAL leaders 6. At least a junior in classification QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP l. Candidates may be selected from the Newspaper, Magazine, or Handbook staffs 2. They must be of junior or senior classification, or post-graduate. 3. They must be in the upper third of their class in general scholastic standing at the time of this election. 4, They must have done superior work in Writing, editing, or business management. 5. They must be recommended by the supervisor or by the committee governing publications. 6. They must be approved by the Executive Secretary of the Society. Page 79 Page 80 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Richard Temple, William Klien, Karl Brown, Earl Kiasand, Iohn Poots, Larry Eileri. SECOND ROW: Mr. Newton, Ioe Sheldon, Bob Smith, Larry Ashbee, Marvin Van Roekel, David Troen, Harold Leavens, Roger Krasmussen, Mr. Dettmann, THIRD ROW: Iames Tiedqe, Dean North, Dean Grimes, Bill Hotger, Iames Brock, Richard Hagedorn, David Ball, Keith Willis, Donald Savage, M-rric Russell FOURTH ROW: lim Rodgers, Tom Davis, lack Brissell, Dave Iensen, Marvin Stiuik, Bl El Kaisand U J . Wayne De Koning, Ierry Schnathorst, lim Strovers, Charles Springer, Allen om, mer P IP it on FIFTH ROW: Eugene Anderson, Bryce Vander Werif, Gary Atwood, Larry Van Dolen, au a ers , Ralph Frahnz, Marvin Van Sickel, George Murray, lim Murphy, Richard Whittlesey, Myron Townsend, Richard Gannon. SIXTH ROW: lack Haney, George Kingery, Iohn Iones, Bryce Iansen, Terry Murphy, Billy Ioe Grimes. F. F. A. OFFICERS Left to right: Richard Temple, Sentinel, Earl Kaisand, Secretary, Karl Brown, President, Bill Klein, Vice-President, Iohn Poots, Treasurer, Larry Eilert, Reporter. F. F. A. SWEETHEART Presidefnt Karl Brown Crowns F. F. A. Sweetheart. Rf-la Simpson Page 82 '1--1.1r0' SPRING PLAY CAST THE SOLID GOLD CADILLAC FRONT ROW: Lynette Murdy, Lynne Wiley, Yvonne LaSuer, Toni Cali. SECOND ROW: Wayne Hugen, Susan Shanks, Charly Ann Smith, lean Iohnson, Martha Iohnson, Tom Russell. THIRD ROW: Ray Miller, Brian Blake, Iim Bennett, Tom Stokes, Bill Taylor, , WM., lar il ah nlh nl' -4 ws. 1531,-gy . , .L " . Page 83 Susan Shanke Interpretative Reading Pat Toland Interpretative Reading Cart Klein Interpretative Reading Lana Moxley TV Speaking Page 84 Io Troen TV Speaking Harry Cawood Original Oratory Interpretative Reading Charlotte Smith Interpretative Reading George Matkov Extemporaneous Speaking Interpretative Reading Fred Peters Radio Speaking Interpretative Reading Martha Iohnson Interpretative Reading Yvonne La Suer Radio Speaking Extemporaneous Speaking Sharon lohneen Interpretative Reading Sandy Wilcox Interpretative Reading Larry Caldwell Radio Speaking Extemporaneoue Speaking Iudy Matthias Interpretative Reading Jim Bennett Extemporaneoue Speaking Original Oratory Pat O'Brien Extemporaneous Speaking Toni Call Interpretative Reading Terry Oehler Original Oratory Lynn Wiley Radio Speaking Interpretative Reading Peney Snook Interpretative Heading Tom Russell Iohn Dcmh Interpretative Reading Interpretative Reading Barbara Britton Interpretative Reading Mary Rutter Original Oratory I d I I oyce Conrad Radio Speaking Q A I 1 1 1 I 3 Mary Ann Krause Original Oratory I P1085 THESPIANS FRONT ROW: Iohn Danks, Toni Cali, Sue Shanks, Mike Carrier, Iolie Scholz, Virginia Van Zee. SECOND ROW: Mardelle Snodgrass, Iean Iohnson, Ioyce Power, Charlotte Smith, Penny Failor, Lynette Murdy, Louise Iensen. THIRD ROW: Bill Iasper, Gerry Frech, Eugene Probasco, Bill Klein, Cort Klein, Tom Stokes, Larry Lloyd. FOURTH ROW: lack Matthews, Kenny Stewart, Terry Oehler, Hal Wert, ludy Matthias. l l Page 86 I-'ORENSIC LEAGUE FIRST ROW: Pat O'Brien, Yvonne La Suer, Harry Cawood, Terry Oehler. SECOND ROWg Sug Shanks, Mary Rutter, Mary Ann Krouse, Iudy Matthias, Cort Klein, THIRD ROW: Ray Miller, lim Bennett, George Matkov, Larry Caldwell, Tom Russell. DEBATE TEAM Larry Caldwell Terry Oehler DEBATE SQUAD FIRST ROW: Torn Russell, lim Walling, Arthur Hansuld, Ray Miller. SECOND ROW: Iudy Mathias, Yvonne La Suer, Lynne Wiley, Mary Rutter Mar A Krouse THIRD ROW' Ge , Y fm . orge Matkov, Terry Oehler, Larry Caldwell, Cort Klein, Harry Cawood, Pct O'Brien. . 2 ., -. . 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Q ..-. ug gfggsfwg omgB555Qm -- -5 o Q2 Sag SP C774 - Q, Eesgyg 'Q H mug w?Q oan- ymoo 00035555 wgfq 55 Z m Q-I 4 U :fm 5 -1,..:'I11gag""l0:v mOk.::moDDO gdggmg-Sana 9v2gPP2?g National Athletic Honor Society 7 1 I N X "'l jk 1 s ' 1, is r , . ig V ,-g,.A.. Mg A J iii. FIRST ROW: Chuck Halterman, Dick Kniepkarnp, Ken Bryan, Gale Allen. SECOND ROW: Earl Kelly, Bill Boyd, Iohn Dcmks, Chuck Shoemake. THIRD ROW: Guy Ealey, Carroll Bissell, Karl Brown. The members who make up the National Athletic Honor Society are the boys who have: 1. Earned a major letter in one sport. 2. Maintained a "C" or higher average for three consecutve semesters before receiving a major letter, 3. Must be a Senior or lunior in classification. , 4. Maintain a high degree of sportsmanship and citizenship. An athlete may win a letter in basketball, football, track, golf, tennis or wrestling. To attain a major letter the boy must have or required number of points and also have played a re- quired number of quarters. A boy who has been chosen for the N. A. H. S, has earned the highest award possible for high school athletics. Pale 89 2. Page 90 TRACK FIRST ROW: Dave Iensen, Dean Walker, Earl Kelly, Guy Ealey, Mr. Eidahl, Karl Brown, Ron Sparks, Terry Trotter, Larry DeBruyn, lim Herbold. SECOND ROW: lim Stocker, Dean Grimes, Phil Hennon, Davis Eidahl, Larry Eilert, George Murray, Dick Kniepkamp, Clarence Dow, Ronnie Williams, Arthur Ergenbright, Doug Fahrney, Barry Ward, Ierry Rempp, Larry Averhoft, Harvey lackson. THIRD ROW: Nick Nixon, Bill Doane, Leonard Deutsch, Terry Rohrdanz, Tom Loupee, Ed Pierce, Carl O'Roake, Bruce Fullmer, Carroll Bissell, Iirn Griggs, Gary Rutledge, Dave Morgan, Ross Leeper. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Levick, Curtis Paul, Iohn Bowie, Glen Sherrfxtt, Ray Morgan, Bill Breckenridge, Kent Messick, Robert Cobler, Ierry Howell, Ierry Schnahorst, Earl Kdisdnd- FIFTH ROW! Clflfk Cochran. IOS Sheldon, Bill Bain, Ronnie Murray, Ken Iohnson, Iohn Iones, 1-GUY Wdlker. Sieveri Hollenbeck, Dennis Tool, Morris Knopf, Vernon Versteegh, Mr. Wilson. uf' .Af ' I 5 ,,. A iffy, .- 2 4 lx -' , xx X W -X 4 1" .. ,f ' X " 'hr' X' Wx 11514 af' Q ', J , ' lf J if "'-,I ' 1 ,..-' '. 1 f' ' -'W .wh 8' ' .V V '49, , V wx If '- . Cf! ff' . -V 1 W,,.f W Nm -P5-W 54 TENNIS FIRST ROW: Chuck Shoemcke, Terry Owens, Charles Hcltermon, Gale Allen, Dick Dock, Larry Iockson. SECOND ROW: Tom Lemke, Tom Hewitt, Bill Icsper, Bob Bishop, Stan Chism, Don Brcslield, Ken Bryon, Coach Blight. if F,- ff f' . f 0 . Bai , ml . N 1 7' QQ-,au N I ny , : , , ' N C fu 1 53 ' ,, Q A , . 'xx ,LL 4 5 , X A ., ! , -V , Qi., - ' .- . P , X mit , 'ry 1 -1 ix si . ,.: I ' 'il ll , x" 'A' . 4' gm - , i v-., , 1 V V ' V' -. f'7 .wr ,bg-fp, ' X 'Q lk- D' I.-,I .iw Wk R X lg' 4' '52 ltr- Pa8e 91 f Page 92 w. 1 M..Vi,,,.Y we , x :W P' '13 A' v-dw.. GOLF FIRST ROW: Bill Boyd, Mike Dodd, Larry Bollman, Bill Grant, Charles Wheeland, Fred Peters, Chuck Murray. SECOND ROW: Dick Iones, Chuck Myrick, Charlie Hayter, Tom Lynch, lack Matthews, Ed Daugherty, Noel Springer, Coach Chism. ,f In 'A Svrninrz 73' Your four years at Newton are over. There were moments when they seemed awfully long, but as you look back the time passed much too swiftly. Sometimes you were dis- couraged. There were too many problems to face and always the inevitable homework to be done. But looking back at the years as a composite, you find that from the combined disappointments and achievements there has emerged an adult-you. They were good years, as good as you chose to make them. First and foremost, you wanted to belong and to become a contributing and accepted member of Newton High. You entered into activities. increasing your new friendships and widening your experience in the fields which interested you. Gradually, at no exact moment. you became a part of the school. You looked around, and the faces you saw were familiar and friendly. il' As you stood at the window in the student center, you remembered the ninth grade picnic and dance. the excitement and un- certainity of coming to Senior High. electing class officers, and having charge of the prom. Then the final year came. lt was a successful year. Homecoming was most lueeessful with a victory climaxing the week's events. The hasketball team, although sometimes the nnderdog. marched through the season and on to State. Finally came senior activities with commencement ending the events. This was your school., and you had helped to form it even as it had formed you. There is a sadness in leaving Newton High behind. lt is the same sadness you always feel in relinquishing a part of your life to which you can never return. Now your high school life is completed., but this is not the end. ln locking the door of the past. you hold the key to the future. Athlrtr nf Ihr lgear The 1958 Newtonia salutes Guy Ealey as "Athlete of the Year." Guy has par- ticipated in sports throughout his junior and senior high school career. Guy's outstanding ability has been displayed on the football field, wrestling mat, and track field. In football, Guy received major letters both his junior and senior years, and won honorable mention on the All-Conference team in his senior year. Guy was a three-year letterwinner in wrestling and climaxed his high school career by winning third place in the state tournament in the 154 pound class. He won first place in the quadrangular tournament and also first in the district tournament. Guy was elected co- captain of the wrestling team. A three-year letterwinner in track, Guy is an outstand- ing middle distance runner. In 1956, he was a member of the two mile relay team that broke the district record and in 1957 was a member of the team that broke the state indoor track record. Guy is a member of the National Athletic Honor Society and Delta .u Delta. Again we salute you, Guy Ealey, as "Athlete of the Year" and wish you the best of luck in the future. We are proud to honor these outstanding senior athletes pu, M selected by the Newton High School coaching staff. 1 ,U - , .1 u .vlvfu ' ,up 'tht' BASKETBALL-TERRY OWENS Terry Owens was voted the "most valuable player" this year by his teammates and his brilliant all-round play helped lead Newton Cardinals to the state basketball tournament. In the spring, Terry participated in tennis and baseball. Terry was the basketball team's leading scorer with 320 points and was elected captain for the l957-1958 season. Owens was named to the fourth All State team, the All Conference team and honorable mention on the Iowa Daily Press Association team. His selection as an All State basketball player and his tremendous rebound- :ng ability will long be remembered by Newton ans. WRESTLING-IOHN DANKS Iohn Danks has been a member of the wrest- ling team for four years, earning a major letter his senior year. Grappling at 133-138 pounds, his record this year was twelve wins, one draw, and three losses. Iohn won first place in the quadrangular tournament and first in the district tournament. He was elected co-captain of this year's wrestling team. Iohn is a member of the National Athletic Honor Society and Delta Mu Delta. FOOTBALL-DAVE CARPENTER Dqlfe CC1fPenter has been selected as out- standing iO0fbGll player of the year. He has been a rnernber of the football team for three YSCIUTS. Winning major letters both his junior and senior years, In his Seniol' Year, Dave was named t kl Bn the second All-Conference football Siam? ave was a member of the track team and lettered his junior and senior years, lbxrtntanhing Strninr Atblrtrm- TRACK-KARL BROWN Karl Brown has won three major letters in track and is one of the best middle distance runners in the history of Newton High. Karl was a member of the two mile relay team that broke the district and state indoor records, and this year anchored the two mile and medley relay teams. Running the half mile in 2:00, he holds the Newton High School record. Karl is a member of the National Athletic Honor Society and Delta Mu Delta. Page 96 SENIOR DELTA MU DELTA FIRST ROW: lean Kreager, Eileen Orr, Karen Abel, Ioan Compton, lean Iohnson, Iolie Scholz, Ruby Sille, Yvonne LaSuer, Iariet Annis, Iudy Bishop. SECOND ROW: Richard Kniepkamp, Carroll Bissell, Karl Brown, Eleanor Kling, Kay Kiefer, Iulia Briggs, Guy Ealey, Ronnie Farland. THIRD ROW: Gale Allen, Bill Boyd, Larry Caldwell, Terry Oehler, Richard Doak, Cortland Klein, Iohn Danks, Charles Halterman. Delta Mu Delta consists ot the upper ten percent ol the senior class according to scholarship, leader ship, and service to the school. Ps Nz R J 'T7 75, sms be N, '1 rf' SENIOR KIWANIS AND ROTARY FIRST ROW: Bill Taylor, Iohn Danks, SECOND ROW: Ken Yeutsy, Ronnie Farland, Larry Stewart, Cort Klein. THIRD ROW: Gale Allen, Dick Kniepkamp, Hal Wert, Dennis Gooch, Mike Carrier. FOURTH ROW: Terry Oehler, Bill Boyd, Larry Caldwell, Ion Wentzel, Tom Stokes, Carroll Bissell. FIFTH ROW: Ron Sparks, Dean Walker, Darwin Brooks, Dave Carpenter, Karl Brown, Earl Kelly, Terry Owens, Each month one boy attends Kiwanis meetings and two boys represent the students at Rotary meet- ings. The purposes include building a better relationship between students and businessmen and give the boys an insight into the functions of these organizations. Q , 'S x Q- t CLASS omcsns Standing: lean Iohnson. Sit- 1? 1001, 4 .QED Q50 ting: Iolie Scholz, Ion Wentzel, Karl Brown. Standing: Susan Shanks. Sit- ting: Iudy Bishop, Karl Brown, Reta Simpson. A 0 as 'Y Standing: lean Iohnson. Sit- ting: Iolie Scholz, Ion Wentzel, Toni Cali. 'Ze J is Page 97 :MOH CINOOHS 'UOSUQOI 1-mal 'Sl00d D!U!5l!A fMOH .LSHIJ cn rn E O :U O CI m m Z CINV uaa 'zloqog S.LNVCINH.L.LV 9!l0I UO 1 A 'uopxog Dpuq ,-. M5 D uoA 92 rg 9 U N 0 00 I if '0- 'Q 1 w , u ,1 .ff 1 ' If J 4 I 1 R, ff wr 2 ,rf ,- , -1 L.. Best Athlete - Best Looking - - BestSport - - - - - Most Accommodating - - Best Dressed - - - Most Dignilied ---- Most Bashiul - - Most Courteous - - - - Most Representative - Most Talented ---- Most Likely to Succeed Neatest ---- Peppiest ---- Wittiest - - Best Personality - Most School Spirit - Best Dancer - - - Best All Around - - Most Musically lnclined SENIOR BALLOT GIRL Virginia Pille - Sandy Blatterbauer Myrna Mulleneaux Susan Shanks - Kay Kieler - - Iean Iohnson - Doris Gilbert - lean Iohnson - Susan Shanks - Susan Shanks 0 Susan Shanks - Virginia Van Zee Toni Cali - - lane Williams - Linda Gordon - Toni Cali - - Toni Cali - - Linda Gordon - Marilyn Mortley BOY Terry Owens Dean Walker Earl Kelly Karl Brown Ion Wentzel Iohn Danks Dick Doak Larry Caldwell Larry Caldwell Ronnie Farland Terry Oehler Ion Wentzel Bill Taylor Mike Dodd Karl Brown Bill Taylor Darwin Brooks Karl Brown Ronnie Farland SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND LEADERS President - - - - Iean Iohnson Yell Leaders - - Dave Carpenter and Bill Taylor Vice President - - Karl Brown Song Leaders - Ron Farland and Marilyn Mortlly Secretary - - - Iolie Scholtz Poet ---------- Sue Shanks Treasurer - - - - Ion Wentzel Giitorian - ------ Tom Stokes CLASS COLORS-Silver and Aqua CLASS MOTTO--"We are what we make ourselves." MAYTAG SCHOLARSHIPS This year seventeen seniors were awarded scholarships by the Maytag Foundation, Incorporated based on their achievement on College Board examinations, scholastic records, and character. These scholarships will enable the students to attend the college of their choice and further their education in the field they desire. Gale Allen Guy Ealey Cortland Klein William Boyd Ron Fdfldhd ' lean Kreqger Larry Caldwell Dennis Gooch Terry Oehlgr Iohn Danks Charles Halterman Iolie Scholtz Dick Doak Iean Johnson Ruby Sille Bob Dorothy Kay Kiefer Page W Svalutatnrian The Salutatorian of the class of l958 is Terry Oehler, who has an average ot 38955. Terry has been active in speech activities and was a member of the debate team that won the state championship and went to the national tournament in Kentucky. Terry was named to Delta Mu Delta both his junior and senior years. Page 100 Halrhirtnrian Carroll Bissell, with a 3.9032 grade average, won the Valedictorian honor of the class ot 1958. Carroll has been active in athletics and was elected co-captain ot the football squad. Because of his high scholastic stand- ing, Carroll was a member of Delta Mu Delta for two years. karen Kay Abel "Oueenie" Business Mixed Ohorue 1, 8, 4, Minor Letter 8. Mejor Letter 4: Glrll Glee Club 2, 8. 4: Orcheetre 1. 2, 8. 4. Minor Letter 2, Mejor Letter 3, 4, Preel- dent 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Delta lu Delte 8, 4: All Btlte Orthellrl li All Silt! Clwflll I Gale Richard Allen College Prep Football 1. 2, 3, 4. Mejor Letter 4: Wreltllnl 1: 'lennle 1. I, I, I. Mejor Letter l, 2, 3, 4: Rotary 4: N. A. H. B. 3. 4: Delta Mu Drln 4 Gene Fred Allison "Gena" General Larry Anderson General lane! Sue Annis College Prep Cheerleading 2, 4, Letter 2: Student Councll 1. 2. S, 4: Bend l. 2, Q, 4, Letter 2, 4: Delta lu Delta 4 William Eugene Bain "Bill" Business Football 1, 2, 3. 4, Letters 3. 4: Truck 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Truck Manager 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Boyl Glee Club 4: Bend l, 2, I, 4, Letters 2. I Robert Ierry Baker "R I." College Prep Football l. 2. 3, Mejor Letter 3: Trlrk l. 2. 3: Student Vounrll l, 4: Borer! 4: N. A. H. H. 3: BOOIIII Committee 4 lack Lynn Balmer General Iarnes Martin Balmer "lim" General Deloris Francis Banks 'De' General Page 101 Edwin Lee Bausell 'Ed' Business Ioe Harold Behrens On-lu-strn 2. 3. 4. i'lnnr Letter S: llsnd 3. 4 Sylviona Beniamin "Sylvie" Business Url-hestrs I, 4: Bsnd l. 2, I. 4 'Patricia Ann Benson "Potsy" College Prep Homeromlnl Queen 41 Mixed Chorus l, 3, 4. Letters 4: Girls Glee Club l, 2. 3. 43 Orchestra l, 2. 3, 4: Bsnd 0 1, -. 3. 4, Letter 23 Pen Club 4, President 4 Patty Lou Binegur 'Pct' General Page 102 .W - K. F. ,ww 3 E32tlfEl3E:sr. .v lf l Iudith Ann Bishop "Iudy" College Prep Student Ununrll 1, 25 Mlxed Chorus l, 2. 3, 4. Letter 2, 3. 4: Girls Glu Club 2, 3, 4, President 22 PCD Club 43 All Btste Chvrul 4 Connie Io Bison: General Carroll Eugene Bissell College Prep haothsll l, 2. 8, 4, Co-csptsln 4, Letters 3. 4: Turk 1, 2, 8, 42 Basketball 1. 2: Student, Council 1: Kiwsnll 3. 4: N. A. B. B. l, 43 Dells Mu Dells 3, 4 Sandra Kay ' Blotterbauer "Sandy" Business College Prep Lstln Club 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 33 Glrls Glee Club 1. 2, 33 Bsnd 1, 2: Pep Club 2, 4 C. Allen Blom Agriculture llarry Robertson Bollman 'Stubb' Business College Prep I-'onlbsll 1. 2. B. 4: Truck l. 3: Golf 2: Bukotblll 1. 2, 3. 4: Mixed Phorus 8. 4, Llbrsrlsn 4: Boys Glu rluh 2. I. 4 X, Gerald Bower General George Arthur Bowers General lean Edith Bowers "lemme" Business Mixed Chorus 3, 4. Mejor Letter 4: Girls Glee Glub 2. S, 4: Pep Club 2. 4: Neitonls Yearbook 3, 4, Letter William Charles Boyd 'snr' College Prep Football 1. 2. 8, 4. Co-esotsln 4, Letters 3. 4: Track l, 2, 3: GOI! 4, Letter 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, Minor Letter 3: Student Council 4, School Bnlrlt 4: Boys time 3: Klwsnls 4: N- l- H- B. l. 4: Youth lor Newton DIY. Psrk Commissioner lg Dells Mu Dslts 4 Lt. Patricia Ann Brayton 'Pal' Business Mixed Chorus I, 2, I, 4, Letters 2. 3. 4: Glrls Glas Club 2. I: Ofclltll-rl 1: Psp Gluh 2 Dennis Burton Breckenridge "Den" General Footbsll 1: Mlxed Chorus 1, 2, 8. 4: Boys Glue Club 1. 2. S, 4: Bsnd I llulia Ann Briggs "Julie" College Prep Student Count-ll 2: Lstln Club 2: Glrls Glee Club 1. 2: Pep Club 2. 4: Quill and Scroll 3. 4: Newtonle News 2, 3, 4: Newtonls' Yesrbook 2. 8, 4, Cb-Editor 4, Letters 8, 4: Dells Mu Dells 8. 4: Y-Teens 1: Youth for Newton Dsy, Clty Council- mm 1. I Betty Louise Brock Business Darwin Dean Brooks College Prep Football 1. 2, 3, 4: Truck 3: Rotsryd Page 103 Iclella Sue Brooks "Sue" College Prep On-heatra l. 2. S, 4. llalor Latter 4, Minor Letter 2. iz Pep Club I Karl Eugene Brown 'Brownie' College Prep Agriculture Trark 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3: Baaketball 1. 2. 4. Letter 2: F. F. A. 1, 1. 8, 4. Prealdent 4: Student Counrtl l, 3: Klwanla 8: Rotary 4: N. A. H. S. 3, 4: Junlor Clara Prealdent: Senior Clan Vice Prealdent: Delta Mu Delta 4 Larry Dean Brown General Tennla l, 2: Mixed Gwnu 1, 2, 3. 4, Pontaat l, 2, 3, Minor Letter: Boy: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: "Father Known Beat" I: Library Autatant 2, I, 4 ames Amold Burlg, "lim" College Prep Football l, 2. 3, 4: Wreatllnl 1, 2, 8: Mixed Chorua 1, 2, I, 4, Vice Preeldent 4 lllden Noel Burton College Prep Track l: Latin Club 2: Oreheatra 1, 2, I, 4, latter 2: Newtonla Yearbook I Page 104 fi Temple Caldwell College Prep Gull l, 2, 4, Letters l, 2, 4: BIIKOI' bull l, l4lter l: Student Counrll l, 2. 3. 4, Prealdent 4, Vive Prealmlent l. 3: Latin Flub 2, Vlre President: Klwanla 3: Rotary 4: "Our Town" 4: N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Treaaurer 3: Debate 1. 2. 3, 4, Letter 2, 8, 4: Delta Mu Delta 3. 4: Oraton' 2, 4: Extemp. I, 4: Bndlo Snuklnz 2, 4: Speech Letter 2. 8. 4: Voice ol Democracy 2, 3: Yvuth fur Newton Day. Mawr l llntoinette Marie Call "Toni" College Prep Homecoming Attendant 4: Student lklllhfu 3, 4: Pen Club 2, 4, Treasur- er 2, Baoater Committee 4: Theanlanl 3. 4. Treaaurer 8, Vlce'Prealdent 4. Letter: 8. 4: Playa 8. 4, "I la- membrr Mama" 3. "Anaatalla" 3, "Sabrina Fair" 3, "Our Town" 4, "Bllthe Spirit" 4: G. B. A. 3, 4 Terry Carder Not Graduating bavid Eugene Carpenter "Pudge" College Prep Football 1. 2, 3, 4, Letter! 8. 42 Track l. 2. 8, 4, Letten 8, 4: Basketball Manager l, Letter 8: Mixed Chorua 4: Bon Glaa Club 4: Klwanll 4 Michael Scott Carrier "Mike" College Prep Football 1, 2. 4: Trarl 1, 2. I. Major Letter 3: Tennta 2: Bealetlnll 1. 2. 3, 4. Major Lettefa 8. ll Klum!! 4: 'khaaplana 8. 4, Clark 4, Major Letter 4: Playa 8. 4. "Albu- querque, Ten Mlnutea" X "Sabrina Fair" 8, "Our Iowa" I Ada Mae Clement General Transfer 45 Library Club 1, 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Girls Glee Cllub 15 Band 1. 2. 43 P00 Club 15 G. R. A. 2 I cmice Elaine Clemerg "Ian" General Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Major Letters 2. B, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Newtonla Yearbook 25 fl. ll. A. 2, 3 Margory Karen Clement "Marge" College Prep Orvhestrs l 2, 3, 4, Minor Letter 2, Major Letters 3, 45 Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Major Letters 2, 3. 45 Pen Gluh 25 G. R. A. 35 Pep Band 2, 3 Iudith Kay Cochran "Iudy" College Prep Mtxed Chnms 1. 3, 4, Minor Letter 2, Major Letter 35 Glrls Glea Club 1, 2. 8, 45 Band 1, 25 Pen Club 2. 45 Thesplans 3, 45 Plsys 3, 4, "Sa- brina Fair" 3. "Albuquerque, Ten Minutes" 8, "Our Town" 4 Bonita Ioan Compton College Prep Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Minor Letter 2, Major Letter 45 Girls Glee Club 2. 4, Contest 2, 45 Band 11 Debate 15 Delta Mu Delta 45 All-State Vocal 4 any 1 l ' ,1,.,g' , .1 - Iudith Ann Couch "Indy" Business Mlxed Chorus 15 Glrls Glee Club 2. 35 Pep Club 2, 45 Newtonla News 85 Newtonle Yearbook 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Section Lesder 45 Y'TG9Dl 15 Student Counvll 1 Betty lean Crady "Ieannie " General Sharon Lea Culver " Sherry" General Mixed Chorus 1. 3. 4, Letter 3, Bar 45 Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 PAD Club 35 Nevttonlu Yearbook 2 Byron Eugene Dammon "Bull" Agriculture Tennis 25 F.F.A. l, 2, 3. 4 Iohn Henry Danks College Prep Wrestllng 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. Minor Letter 3, Major Letter 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Kiwanis 85 Rota!! 45 N. A. H. S. 45 Theeplanl 3, 4. Secretary 4, Major Letter 3, Chevron 45 Plays "Mlster Roberta" 8, "Ev hrlna .Falf'8, 'Our Town" 4 Page 105 Betty lean Davis nBetn Glrll Gllv Clllb I Sharon Kay Davis Business Glrll Glee Club 1: Pen Club 2, 42 Newlonla News 2. 3: Newtonla Year- bmk 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, Chevron 3. 41 Qulll and Scroll 45 G. B. A. 4 Steven Lee Decker u F-roggYn T8hI'lll 2 Richard Lee Doak "Dick" College Prep rwmm xg trennu 1, 2, 3, 4: Mind Chorus lg Delta Mu Delta 4 Michael Dean Dodd "Miken Business Football 1, 4: Golf 1, 2, 3. 4 Basketball Manaler 1: Thernlana 4 Playa 4. "The Btlll Alarm" 4 Page 108 Rita loyce Dorothy Business Mlxed Chorus 1: Glrll Glee Club 2 Pen Club 2 -Robert Glenn Dorothy "Bob" College Prep Track 2, 3: Science Club 2: Latln Club 1, 2: Boys Stale 2 Elsie Iulienne Duchesneau 'Els' Business Glrlr Glee Club 1: Pen Club 2, 8: G. R. A. 2, 3. 4 Guy William Ealey College Prep Football 1, 2, 8, 4, Letters 3. 4: Track 1. 2, 3, 4, Letter! 2, 8. 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter! 2, 8, 4: N. A. H. S. 3, 45 Della Mu Delta 4 Gary Lee Edwards "Red" General Track Manager 1, Major Letter 1 : Mixed Chorus 3, Major Letter 81 Boys Glee Club 8 Larry Lee Eilert "Wilt" Vocational Agriculture Football 1, 4: Track 1: Tennis 2. 3. 4: F. F. A. 1. 2. 3. 4 Charles Eugene Etter "Gene" Business homie william Fcrrland "Floyd" College Prep Cheerleading 1: Student Count-ll 1, 2: Latln Club 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4, Prealdant. 4, Letters Ll, 3, 4: Boys Glue Club 2, 8. 4: Boys State 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Letters 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Letters 2, 3, 4: Rotary 41 Cardinal Review 33 Playa 2, "Blue Teapot" 2: Delta Mu Delta 3, 4: All-State Crhorua 2, 4: Cardinal Editor 1 Carol Louise Felton Business Glrll Glee Club lg Pep Club 2, 4 Evelyn M. Filer "Fefe" Business Linda Lee Finn "Mickie" Homemaking Girls Glee Club 1: G. Il.. A.. 8: Library Assistant 4 Iudith Ann Foster "Iudy" College Prep Business Orchestra 1, 3, 4, Minor Letter 8. Maior Letter 45 Band 1, 2, 3. 4. Major Letter 2 3, 4: PED Club 4: Playa 4, "0ur Town" 4, Cardinal Newspaper 1: Pep Band 1, 3, 4: G. R. A. 4 Ralph Edward Frahm "Rock" Vocational Agriculture Track 1: Tennis 2: 'F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 Olga Doris Gilbert "Dory" Business Science Club 2: Girls Glee Crlub Z, 2, 8 Dennis M. Gooch "Dent" College Prep Football 15 Track 1, 2. 3: Basket- ball 1, 2: Kiwanis 3: Rotary 4 Page 'Linda Gordon Business Ilomeromlng Attendant 4: Student Cnunrll 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4, Minor Letter 3, Maier Letter 4: mm Gm Club 2. 3 A: Bind 1- 2- 3, 4, Majnr Letter 2, 3. 4: Maloretle l, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4. V108-Preli- dent 41 Playa 2, "Father Knows Best" 2: Cardinal Newspaper 1: G. H. A. 2, 3: Pen Band 2: Serllvr Queen 4 Charles Delson Halterman "Chuck" College Prep Tennis l. 2, 3, 4. Letter 1, 2, 8, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3. 4: Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Vlcs- Presldent 4: N. A. H. S. 3, 4: De- bate 2: Delta Mu Delta 3, 4: All- Slate Chorus 4 Iva Lou Hale General Girls Glee Club 1 Iackie Dennis Haney "Jacko" Agriculture Football 1: Trark 1: Boys Glee Club 2: Wrestling lg Mlxed Chorua 1: F. F. A. 3. 4 Linda Lee Harbin "Lynn" Business Glrls Glee Club 2. 3: Pep C-lub 2, 4: Quill and Scroll 3. 4: Newtonla Year- book 2. 3, 4, Minor Letter 2, Maier Letter 3. 4 Page 108 Sharon Kathleen Hickman Business College Prep Latin Club 2: Glrls -Glee Club 1: Pep Club 23 Newtonla News 2: New- tonla Yearbook 2, 3 Patricia Io Holmes "Pat" General Mixed Chorua 3: Girls Glee Club 8 Ruth Lorraine Horsman "Boo" Homemaking Y. 0. B. President 1: Mixed Chorua 1, 2. 3, 4. Minor 2, Major 3, Bar 4: Girls Glee Club 2, 4: G. R. A. 4: Librarian 4: All Stale Chorua 4 Ronald Frederiglg Hotger "Feet" Agriculture Football 2: F. F. A. 2. 3, 4 Ieyce Elaine Hughes Business Y. 0. B. I: Glrll Glee Club 1, 2, 8 Harvey H. I acksggt "Harvey Iohn" Business Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3. Letter 83 Library Club 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Letters 13 Boys Ulee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Larry Elbert Iackson College Prep Tennis l, 2, 8, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Letters 2, 3, 4 'Evelyn Marie I acolgs "Evie" Homemaking Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3. 4, Minor Letter 43 Girls Glee Club 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Band 3, 43 All State Chorus 4 Darrell Dey Iansen College Prep Tennls 23 F. F. A, l, 2, 3 lem Elizabeth Iohnsgg College Prep Class President 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Major Lettar 8, 43 Glrll Glen Club 2, 3, 42 Bind 1, 2: Pen Cmlub 43 Thesplanl 43 Plays "Our Town" 4, "Roomful :I Roses" 43 Senior Queen Attendant dr. .ffl e -1-. - ' .f-v M, .fr 'ju V,,:-gs'ux15,., ,X L - ' w,. u w-1 . - , - 4 .H ., my 'E 'F 1' lfred Allen Iones College Prep Football 13 Track 1. 2, 32 Student Council 4, Kiwanis 32 BDNF! 43 P1351 3 Iohn Norman I ones "Ionesy" Business Library Assistant 2, 3, 4 sludith Ann Ionegv "Ionesie" Business Girls Glee Club 13 Orrhestrs 13 Baud 1, 2, 3, 4, Letters 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 23 G. R. A. 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 4 Earl Carl Kaisand Agriculture Track 43 Tennis 1, 2, 33 F. F. A. 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 Elmer Carroll Kaisand Agriculture Football 13 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 F. F. A. 1, 2, 5, I Pag 8 Sandra Ioan Keeton Hinegardner "Sandy" General Glrls Glee Club 1: Pen Club 2: G. ll. A. 2. 3 Earl Patrick Kelly. Ir. College Prep Football I. 2. 3. 4, 'Letter 4: Track l, 3, 4. Letter -1: Student Cnunvll 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Boys Glee Club 4: Buys State 3: Klnanls 3: Rotary 4 Kay Lorraine Kiefer College Prep Student Cnunetl 4, School Sntrlt Com- mtttve 4: Girls State 3: Band 1: Pen Club 2, 4: Qutll and Scroll 3. 4: Nr-wtnnla News Ll, 3. Major Letter 2, fl, Cn-Eclltor 3: Newtonla Year- hnnk 2. 3. 4. Major Letter 2, 3, 4 Cn-Eslltor 4, Ss-rtlun Leader 3: De- bate lg Delta Mu Delta 3, 4: D. A. Il. Award 3: Youth tor Newton Day, Cllr Cllerk l Egons Ed Klavins General Ncwtonla News 2 Cortland William Kleix-5 Ir. "Cort" College Prep Golf 1: Basketball 1: Student Council 4: Latin Club 2: Klwanls 4: Thespl- ans 2, 3, 4. Letter 3. 4: Play! 2, "Time Out For Ginger," "Foottalls," "Father Knows Best," "I Re- member Mama." "Sabrina Fnlr": N. F. L. 2, 3. 4: Debate 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3. 4: Delta Mu Delta 4: Votes of Demneraey 2, City Flnlllst: Radln Speaklng 2: Orawry 3: Public tiueaklng 4: Oral Interpretation 2, B, 4: Speech Letter I. 4 Page 110 K . ffl'--f XJ ..., .4 9. 4:2 ,wr gr v -.1 I :ll , r 'R+ -sf'-. 'US' ft ' .. . I ,, if Eleanor Mae Kling College Prep-Business Mixed Chorus l. 2. 3, 4. Letter 2, 3, 4: Glrls Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4: Band 1, 2, 3, Letter 2: Pen C-lub 2, 4: All State Cluyrus 3. 4: Y-Teen! 1: Interpretive Beading I Richard Lee Kniepkamp "Dick" College Prep Trac-k 1, 2. 3, 4. Malor Letter: Student Count-tl 1, 2, 4: Mlxed Chorus 2: Boys Glee Club l, 2: Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Major Letter 4: Klwanls 3 t lean Ellen Kreager "Ieannie" College Prep Mixed Chorus 1: Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Minor Letter 2. 3. 4: Iland 1, 2. 3, 4. Major Letter 2, 3, 4: Majoretts 1, 2. 3, 4 Carol Ann Krainovich Homemaking Mixed Chorus 1: Glrls Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Band 1, 2: Pen Gub 2: Newtonla News 3: Newtonla Yearbook 8 'Kathryn Lee Kytg "Kay" Business College Prep Glrls Glee Club 1: Band 1: Pan Club 2. 4: Newtonls News 2, 3, 4: Newtonla Yesbmok 2, 3, 4, Bectltll Leader 4: Qulll and Scroll 4 Sandra Lynn Langmaid "Sandy" Business Newtonian News 25 Nenlonlu Yeslhouk 2: lnlernrellre llenullng 2 'Yvonne Ann LaSuer "Frenchie" Llln-nry Club 45 Girls Stale ,llternnlu 33 Pen 1'-lub 2, 4: Tlmesnlans: "Solid Gnld Padlllud' -1, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Debate 1, 2. 3. -I. De- bate Letter 2, 3, 4: Extemporuneous Hpeaklnx 2, 3, 4: Orutory 2: Radio Snesklng 3, 45 Vnlce of Demorrary Winner 3, G. ll. A, 3, 4: 5099411 Letter I Larry Lee Lloyd College Prep Science Flub 25 Miled C-horns 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4, New- tonlu News 1. 2: Thespisns 3, -lg Plays "Fnther Knows Best" 2 "l Remember Mums" 3: All Slate Cl10l'lll awn Sherrie Love Business Orchestra l. 45 llnml l, 2. 3, 4, Major Letter 2, 31 Pep llnnd 3, -1 Ierry Lyle McFarland "Ielome" General Mlxed Vhurus l, 3, 4, Letter 3, -lg llnys Glee l'lub 2, 3. 4, Secretary 45 Orrheslrn l, 3, 4, Letter 3, 45 Band 1, 23. 3. -l, Letters l. 2, 3, -l: All State Chorus 4 .we r -. i l.,.,,A, ' AVG 'lui , ,If gf! .inlvllr Larry Ray McKinney General 'Mary Ellen Machin "Machine" Business Lslln L'-lub 2: Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Glrls Glee l'lul: 1, 2, 3, 45 0x'1-lrestra 1, 2. 3. 4, Letters 2, 3, -1 karen Sue Mahan "Mane" General Mixed Chorus 1: Girls Glue Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Major Letter 2. 33 Pen Ihmd 3. -lg ll, ll. A. 4 John A. Matthews "lack" General Tennis 2: Golf 2, -lg Student Count-ll 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Major 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, 41 Play 3: Pen Band 2, 3. 4 Eva May Meador General Glrls Glee Club 2, 3. -I Page 111 Bemard Lewis, Mickelson "Bernie" General Mlxed t'hnrux lg Boys Glee Club 2, 3: Orchestra 1 I ames Harold Mills "Doolittle" General Mary Margaret Minear "Toots" Business Ivan Lee Moor,e. "lve" General Football 1, 2: Wrestling 1, 2. 4: Tennll 1, 2, 45 Library Club l, 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 2. 3. 4. Major Letter: Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Llbrarlnn 4 lMarilyn Kay Mortley " Mort" Business Cheerleading: 1, 2, Mlnnr Letter 2: Mlxed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mlnnr Letter 2, Major Letter 3, Bur 4. Secretary 4: Girls Glen t'-lub 2, 3, 4, Mlnnr Letter 2, Mejor Letter 3, Bar 41 Majorette 15 Pen Club 3, 4, Secre- tary 4: Newtonta News 1, Co-Editor 1: G. R. A. 3, 4: All State Chorus 3. 4 Pile 112 till' 4' A 1- X4 lf':Lm,-5:I- .- k I av' Marilyn Lee Mosbey "Mose" Business Library Club 23 Girl: Glen Club lg Band 1. 2. 3, 4, Minor Letter 2 Myma Marion Mulleneaux College Prep-Business Homemaking Student Cuunell 2, 3. 45 Girls Glre t'lub 1, Presldentg Pep tklub 2, 4: Class Secretary 3 L. Ronald Murray "Scurrvey" Industrial Arts I-'netball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track l, 2, 3: Wrestling lj Manager 1: Basketball lg Boys Glre Club 1 Mary Doris Newell Business Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 8 Terry Dean Oehler "Ter" College Prep Student Connell 3. 4: Latin Cluh 2: Mixed Chorus l, 2, L4-tter 2: lions Glee Club 2: Kttrnuls -lg 'l'lu-spluns 3. -l. Letter 33 Plays "Thur tlut Fun Glnger" 2. "Father Knotts Best" 2. "I Remember Mama" 31 N. l-'. L. 2, 3, -l, President 43 Debate I, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3. 41 In-ltu Mu Itellu 3. 4: Orlglmtl Uratury 3. 4 Darrell Berdette Oliver- College Prep-Business Fcntbnll 3: Track 1. tl: Wreslllxm 2 Eileen Louise Orr Business Student Council 2: Mixed Chorus 1. 2: Girls Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Band 3. 4: Pep mlm 4: G. 11. A. 4 'ferry Tim Owens "Little Soap" College Prep Football 1: Truck 1: Tennis l, 2. 3. Letters 2. 3: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Letters 3 -1: Mixed Chorus 4: Boys Glee Ctlub 4: Rotary 4 Leo Douglas Parsons General Tennis 1 Iames Hans Paul "lim" Business . kfwfgl PR gig ...WI ,-'-,gf-W 'M has Nl' W , 4-1 v U Helen Ilene Pickett Business 'virginia Rose Pine "Pill" Business Mixed Chorus 1, 3: Girls Glee Club 2. 3: Orchestra 1: Pep Club 4 Leo Wayne Ponder Industrial Arts Manners S. 4. Wrestling, Football 4: Library Club 3. 4 I ohn Edward Poots "Pootie" Agriculture Track 1. 8: F. F. A. 1. 2, 8, 4. Treasurer 4 Virginia lean Pools Business Senior Queen Attendant 4: Home- comlns Attendant 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4. Letter 3, 4: Girls Glee Club 2, 8. 4, Librsrlsn 2: Pep Club 2, 4: Newtonls Yearbook 2 Page 113 Lucille Doris Postma General Barbara lean Powell "Barbie" Business Mixed Chorus l, 3, Letter 33 Girls Glee Club 2. 3: Pep Club 2, 4, Robert Wayne Probasco "Ike" General Football I, 2: Track l, 2, 35 Letter 2. 3 Mary C. Redeen "Mare" College Prep Mlxed Choma 1: Orcheatra 1, 2. 3. 4, Letter 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, New- tonla News 2, Letter 2, Delta Mu Delta 4 Rose Robinson Business n-na 1, 2, a, 4 Pile 114 Patricia Ioann Robson R "Pat" General Girl: Glee Club 1 Ierald Bloyd Schnathorgi "Ierry" Agriculture Football 4, Letter 41 Track lg Tennla 2, 33 Basketball 25 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3. 4 Iolie S. Scholz College Prep Ftudena Founrll 2: Mixed Charm 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Prealdent 4, Letters 2. 3, 43 Glrla Glee Club 2. 8, 45 Orchestra lg Band lg Pen Club 2, 4: Theantana 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Letter 4: Playa "I Remember Mama" 8. "Undertow" 2, "Our Town" 4. "Idols" 45 Debate lg Clan Secretary 4 Mary I oan Selbher Business Glrlu Glee Club lg Orcheatra 4. Letter 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4 Marilyn Yvonne Shaier "Petesy" General Newtanla New: 23 Newtonla Yearbook 2 .Susan Pearman Shanks "Sue" College Prep Stutlt-nl Cnunrll 1, 2, ll, 4, Ylt-9 Presl- tlent l, Sevretary R Treasurer 2, Awards Oommlttee 3: Latln Club 2 Prealtlent: Mlxecl Chorus 1, 2, Ll, Mlnor Letter, Glrls Gln-e Club 1, 2. 3: Rand 1, 21 Pen Club 2. 41 Tlu-snlsna 3, 4, Prcaltlcnt 4, "l'ntler 'l'nw," "Anastasia," "S n h r 1 n ll Fair," "Our Town," "Bllthr Snlrllu: N. F. L. 3, -1, llehate 1: llelta Mu In-Its il, 41 lnterprctlxt' Reading 2, 3. 4, First ln State ttlt-lg ltarllo Speaking ll, Flrst Ratings: Attvr cllnnt-r speaking 3, Ftrs! ltats lngsg 'l'.V. Snenklng: 3, -I, First in stutt- ttlelg Contest Plays "Anastz-Isla" l-'lrsl Ihttlm: ulilytlu- Snltlt" Ruby Maxine Sille "Rube" Business College Prep F. ll. A, lg Girls Glee Club 11 Orvhestra 41 Band 1, 2. 3, 4, Letters 2, 33 Pen Club 45 Delta Mu Delta 3, 4 Reta Mae Simpson College Prep-Business F, F. A. Sweetheart 4: F. H. A. 1: Glrla Illee Glub 23 Pep Club 2, 41 ll. B. A. 4 Ronald Lee Sloan "Benny" General S Mardelle Louise Snodgrasg. "Big Bef!" Business Blind 2. 3. 4: Malnrette 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Theanlans 43 G. R, A, 2, 3. 4 l'lWl'fl0H1llI1s 1, 4: Student Councll 23 Mixed Churus 15 Orchestra 3, -lg Carolyn Kay Steinberger Business Newtonln News 2: Newtonln Year- bwu 2 Sue Ann Stever Business Kenneth Gordon Stewart "Ken" College Prep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Letters 2. 3, 4: Thelpluu 3, 4, Letters Band 2. 3, 4 3, 4: Pen Larry Thomas Stewart 'Stu" Business Wrestling 3: Golf 2, 3, Letter! 2, 3: Manager Wreltllng 2: Student Coun- ell 8: Klwsnll 8. 4 Marilyn Marie Stewart Page 116 General .LA 11 if ?'Y , Fr? Richard Franklin Stewart "Dick" Business Football 1. 2. 3. Letter 2, 3: Man- ager Basketball 2, 3, Letter 35 Track l. 2. 3, Letter 2. 3 David Alan Stitzer General Mixed Chnmu 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 8: Boy: Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4 Thomas Elmer Stokes "Tom" College Prep Trark 1: Wrestling lg Managers 1: Student Fmlnril 4: Mixed Uhnruu 2, 3. 4g Boys Glee Club 2, 3, -43 Drum Major' lg Rotary lg Thelplnns 3. 41 Plays "I Remember Mama" 3: All State Chorus 3. 4 Iames Strovers "Iim" Agriculture Helen Elaine Struil: "Strike III" Business William Louis Taylor "Bill" College Prep Business Cheerlesdlng l, 2. 3. 4. Csptsln 4, Letters 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4: Klwsnls 4: Booster Committee 4: llc-hool Eplrlt Committee 4: Clsss Elections Csmnstgn Manager 8, 4: Senior Party Committee 4 Richard Glen Temple "Temp" Agriculture Wrestling 1, 2: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4 Iohn Richard Tharp "Dick" General Football 2: Msnsger 2 Ianice Louise Tinnermeier Business and I-lomemaklng Mixed Chorus 1 Phyllis Elaine Tool "Phil" College Prep I-lornemaking Glrls Glee Ctlub 2, 8. 4, Letter 4: Pep Club 4 Larry Eugene Trease General Glennys Ann Tumngr Business Mixed Chorus l: Glrls Glee Club 1. B, 4 Mary Frances Urias "Conky" General Girls Glse Club 1 Marvin Lee Van Sickle Agriculture F Track l, Letter I.: F. F. A. 2. 8. 4 Virginia Louise Van Zee 'Ginny' Business Hememmlng Attendsnt 4: Student Council 2. 8, 4: Mixed Churus 1. 2. 3, 4, Letters 3, 4: Glrls Glee Olub 2, 8. 4: Orchestre 1: Band 1: Pen Club 4: Thesplsns 4. Letter 4: Plsys "Father Knows Best" 2. "Our Tuma" 4. 'fXd0ls" 4: All Btste Chorus 43 Senior Queen Attendsnt 4 PII! 117 Karyn Sue Ver Dught "Ducky" General xNicholas Frederick Vollers "Nick" College Prep Football l. 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Mlxed Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4, Letters 3, 45 Boys Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Larry Ray Vriezelaar General Manager 1 Dean Markay Walker, College Prep Football l. 2. 3, 4. Major 45 Track l. 2, 3. 4, Major 45 F. F. A. 1, 45 Klwanla 4 Margaret lean Watt mpeg' Business Chvfflflilllllr 1: Mixed Chorus 15 Girls Glee C-lub 2, 35 Band 15 Mljoretle I5 Pep Club 23 0, R. A. 2, 3. 4 Page 118 'R U' A 5" I Ft 71g,I':r'QJ X .X-Q.-A ...t lv 'I f if W,-ae-t Q A 1 W 2 4 WH' 7:7 .po- 'Wal and Non David Wentzel Business-College Prep Football 1, 25 Track 15 Basketball 1, 25 Student Council 15 Mixed Chorus 15 Botsry 45 Class Treasurer 3. 4 it-Ial Elliott were General Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Major Letter 2. 3, Bar 45 Boys Glce Club 2, 3, 45 Rotary 45 Thesnlsns 3, 45 Plays "Sabrina 'Falr" 3, "Anastasia" 3, "I Remember Mama" 45 All State C-horua 4 Florence Irene White Business Mixed Chorus 15 Glrls Glee Club 1. 2. 35 Pep Club 45 G. R. A. 4 atricia Lucille White "Pat" General Transfer from Laurel 35 Mlxed Chorus 1. 35 Glrls Glee Club l, 35 Pen Club 4 Cynthia lane Williams Business Student Council 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Girls Glee Club 2, 35 G. R. A. 4 Kenneth Alan Willis George Hoffman 'llCenny" General Wrestling 23 'I' I . 3: Bnsketblll General Armeldu Mae Kling "Mel" Homemaking Ion Yeisley "Jack" General lames Paul Oswalt "Ozzie" General Kenneth Ray Yeulsy "Kenny" College Prep Dennis Wickliii Industrial Science Football l, 2, 3, 4, Mulor Letter 3. 4: Track 1 2, 8, Minor Letter 2. Mnlor Lette 3: Balke a , . : Student Cou ll 1. Rotary 8 tfbll l 2 3 2, 3: Klwnnls 4: .ape Mtg A AUTQGRAPHS tQQ"ffJEQ ww tt G M twwfw lf ' gt 'ing V 1, fy' X Yu 16' ell l.'-TV 55 2 MDW f C?W-'sl x 5 A Page 119 .- GOO I., ' f 'L' -"f' ff-M ...girth-' ,'4,?X .-:1'3ffJ.4 :-'- 'ff ...-.p- """ gms-v --' '-5-'fu if' ..- 9' lf May 19-6:30 p May 23-2:30 p May 25-7:30 p. May 27-8:00 p. May 28-7:30 p. May 31-6:30 p. Program of Commencement Week Activities Class of 1958 N ewton Commtry Club Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior High Auditorium High Auditorium Higii Aildittitilim High Auditorium High Gymnasium - Senior Banquet Senior Assembly Baccalaureate Services - Senior Reception - - Graduation Exercises - Alumni Banquet 1' , xref". 1 'J N- l if-evf"T,1'.. ADH gf? ,pviwgf VP., v Fay, Vw. 1 .M W .. 75 Mwqbmc W'e wish to take this opportunity to thank all those who have advertisements in this hook for making it possible for us to have a 1958 Newtonia. awww ,QM if 0- up -fb . 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In CGNGRATULATIONS SENIGRS From The Newton NEW CAR DEALERS You Save Money When You Trade Cars With Your Local Newton Dealer DUNITZ-GRALNEK RAMBLER SANDERS MOTOR SALES PLYMOUTH- -DODGE-CHRYSLER-IMPERIAL ART LGWE EDSEL and MERCURY DALE SCI-ILOTFELDT-OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC l-IAWKEYE CI-IEVRCDLET GETZ BUICK-PONTIAC Buy your car with confidence from a Newton New Car Dealer We Are Proud To Otter Our Congrotutotions to the Closs of 1958 and to those ot its members whose achievements have it e A merited for them a Maytag t ' ' "t' H colleoe scholarship. t t ' ' W 5 . 3 I Gola Allon 'ZS' , I Em 4 0 Wiliam loyd lo . - , f 1' U v A ' a-,' . '. V av. P4 Y. 'W ek t . pts., ,fix JM. 'vi ?'- '-' lonold Forlond Donnis Gooch Cho lloltonnon Joon Johnson Kay Kiofor s is 'kia 'Q ' 5 Con Kloin .loon Kroogor Tony Oohlor .lqlh Scholz Ruby Sill! The Moytog Compony , S Newton I-Iorne Sovings ond Loon Association SAVINGS-MI-IOME LOANS S g Insured Up To 310,000 With Federal S g And Loon Association Congrotuiotions ond Best Wishes Closs ot '58 : Lf Y.---M J E .-" 15: 2 an .5 2 2 . r 1 ' Q ""' 3. I imtu I is-ff I M1 ,Ili I ? D. 3 M H IIJ"lIl'IW tt it st., I it Newton Monutooturing Cornpony NEWTON, IOWA SPECIALTY ADVERTISING EXCLUSIVE GIFTS l - gg I ' ' ' - --------V-.--L-' -44 1 1 'T ??:.:1zr S?-if-:Ix- Tf :'ir.:f:i. . i i J: ggi. WE ig. . ' -. -- ' " : - ...--. . , 7 , ..HQ,?r5-fx-1 --I. I: -if 'f If - F17 --,gl ixrtn.. QQ F- S,,,-,r,, SM 5 I Y A , . , ... . . A . , , . . , L ,,.- 1, E A rf- v"f Jr,- Ww xv -1-r it 1. , M M .,. Q A - - - E in H , ES' 'I :'5:Z." J c PENN E v Ac o M, I . 9 E K S CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS or 1958 ,zmigg ifii ,Qi NEWTON, IOWA JASPER COUNTY SAVINCS BANK Established 1869 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation There Will Never Be a Better Time Than Now . . . To Start Saving Regularly . . . To Open A Checking Account . . . To Buy Bonds . . . To Borrow The Money You Need . . . To Use Other Facilities YOU'LL FIND THIS A FRIENDLY BANK WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME WHETHER YOUR PATRONAGE IS LARGE OR SMALL Phone 83 123 First Ave. West Newton, Iowa Page 127 My TEE VERNON COMPANY NEWTON, IOWA fu : KJAJfdAiBad1YSu1lISlI'lQ Soecialties -- Signs QV, .. Executive Gifts M OUR 55TH YEAR Ph 228 CUT-RATE CARPET - FURNITURE - APPLIANCES HIGHWAY 6 EAST NEWTON, IOWA "Iowa's Lowest Prices" Congratulations Seniors STOCKTONS Dun-Lap Manufacturing Company ADVERTISING SPECIAI TIES SPECIALIZED PRINTING NAME PLA IES DE ALS Cardinal Lunch N I Congratulations to the Seniors QSQDQ, 51 I A Unclerbrink I 63 Jewelers IRE RP UP fo, QLMS9 WATCHES DIAMONDS AND IEVJEI-RY NEWTON, IOWA M tug Hot I Bld Ph 1375 Congratulations, Seniors 1280 ON YOUR DIAL YOUR I-II-FI STATION Josper Lumber Co. PITTSBURGH PAINTS QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS Phone 64 Newton, Iowo Q4 KILQ 1 s 6 S Congratulations Seniors lrom Ifffftttw! Perryman Pharmacy Reddy Says: Iosper County's Finest Prescription Center Iowa Southern Utilities The Parsons Company DIVISION OF KOEHRING COMPANY "TRENCHI..INER" MODERN TRENCI-I EXCAVATORS NEWTON, IOWA NEWTON CLINIC 321 E. 3rd St. N. Phone 900 Newton, Iowa I. W. BILLINGSLEY, M. D. Res. Phone 1072 T. D. WRIGHT, M. D. Res. Phone 570 I. W. FERGUSON, M.D. Res. Phone 357 MARVIN R. MOLES, M. D. Res. Phone 2324 If No Answer Coll 273 I-Iise-Bonner Company, Inc. Certified LENNOX Deciler Phone Newton 86 Kellogg 33 Page 130 McLaughlin 81 Johnson PRIVATE DIAMOND LABORATORY For Evening Appointments Phone 278 Congratulations Seniors m y ra Newton Furniture Company COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS LANE CEDAR CI-TESTS MAYTAG AND I-IOTPOINT APPLIANCES 215-217 N 2nd Ave. West Phone 31 Congratulations Seniors S. S. Kresge CS CO. Your One Stop Shopping Spot Stop and Shop at Marshall Hardware- WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU Ada-Eva-BuchBen-Cecil-Iess For The Best In Young Men's APPAREL Always At I A A lf! Ngwron ua, Browns Shoe Fit Co. A Fit For Every Eoot Wehrman's Shell Service 302 lst Ave. E. Phone 39 For The Best , Congratulations Iohnson - Wisgerhot C1 ass of 1958 INSURANCE The best of luck to you S.W. Corner of the Square G O T T N E R ' S P HE 130 The Newton National Bank FOR ALL YOUR BANKING Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation us. 'ul-' sv""9 LTA It F Evans Ford Tractor Company, Inc. SALES AND SERVICE 201 First Ave. E., Newton, Iowa Phone 1732 SHEET MUSIC, RECORDS, RECORD PLAYERS, RADIOS, PIANOS, TELEVISION SETS, STRING AND BAND INSTRUMENTS, 113 SUPPLIES Dooley's Music Store W, 2nd St. N. Phone 250 NEWTON, IOWA Congratulations and Best Wishes 'The Class of 1958 from The Tyler Studio MRS. LYLE TYLER MRS. I-IUGI-I MAIN I..YI..E TYLER MRS. MELVIN PAYNE Left-Iunior Class Ollicers Discuss the I958 Year- book with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Page 131 P8 Newton Office Supply TYPEWRITERS OFFICE SUPPLIES TOYS--GIFTS 2016 First Avenue E. NEWTON, IOWA Denntston of Partridge Co LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIAL, AND PAINT NEWTON, IOWA i. in.. Conoratulations To The Class ot 1958 United Telephone Company ot Iowa Newton Implement Company Phone 52 Newton, Iowo MCCORMICK FARM MACHINES INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS FARMAII, TRACTORS SERVICE PARTS CLOUSE STUDIO On First Ave. Across- from Herb's Cities Service PORTRAIT--WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY Larchwood Flower Shop Latest Designs in Corsages and Party Flowers BARRETT'S BAKERY 113 First Ave E. I-IERB'S CITY SERVICE Automotive Problems Are Solved Pastries and Variety Breads Phone 1003 RELY ON COAST-TO-COAST 113 lst Ave. West Newton. Iowa 1 WHERE THE WISE Ed Sersland, Owner ECONOMIZE Congratulations Seniors I-IY-VEE FOOD STORE WILSON 61 O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE 405 Maytag Building Newton, Iowa POWER DRUG West Side of Square Newton, Iowa Congratulations Seniors I-IESSON'S DRIVE-IN S N A C K S PETTIT CLEANERS 206 N. Znd. Ave. West Phone 239 Congratulations Beautiful Fiber Tone Cleaning 109 W. 2nd St. N. II-icensed Method! R H, I Newton Reirierated LISSG S I'1SL11'5.I'1C9 Locker CO. 121 W. 3rd. St. N. cmd Phone 180 Newton, Iowa .mummy EARL MAY STORE W A MM Nursery-Garden Supplies YUUR Cl'Hl1.IWEN3'5'lU1RE West Side Square Newton Page 188 LEWIS GREENI-IOUSE Singer Sewing Center SEWING MACHINES VACUUM CLEANERS D. E. MANLEY 900 W' 3rd St. S- phone 124 GUARANTEED REPAIRING Phone 445 104 lst St. N. SNOOK INN Western Transportation Sandwich Shop Eat With The Gang After The Game 221 First Ave. W. Company 'NO DELAY-THE WESTERN WAY" Lefty Sprague's Mobilgas 121 Ist Ave. E. Phone 436 Iasper County Barber Shop Congratulations Seniors From Elvin and Iack Congratulations Seniors Sears, Roebuck CS Co. "Shop at Sears and Save" Santen's Super Market We Congratulate You, Seniors Phone 1900 MGFIIUHCJ Murdy Drug Store IUSUf51'1C'9 Aency Drugs Cameras Paints 114 131 S1. N. Capitol Theater Bldg. SW COYHGY U Phone 56 lim Irelan Men's Wear Newton's Newest in Men's Wear West Side Phone 2442 ...AT LECNARDS Goodyear Service Store 223 N 2nd Ave. W. Tires-Recapping--Batteries Good Luck Seniors Newton Seed Store GRAYS SERVICE Pierce Furniture Co., Inc. "We Furnish The Home Comp1ete" 225 First Avenue East, Newton, Iowa Phone 955 109 E- 3rd Sf. S phone 1009 Newton, Iowa Page 134 GALE'S CLEANERS 115 First Ave. E. LOUPEE'S SHOES West Side of Square Loren and Roskin Loupee Phone 1059 Proprietors NOLLEN DRUG Davis D-X Service South Side Drug Store 303 lst Ave. E. Phone 760 - , . . Prescriptions our Specialty D X Guaranteed Lubrication Phones 35-48 Goodyear Home and Auto Supplies United Food Market The Store of Cheerful Service 122 North Znd Ave. East Newton, Iowa Iasper Mutual Insurance Association 83 Years Of Faithful Service Across From Police Station Congratulations Class of 1958 MAI-IAN SUPPLY CO. 326 First Avenue West Qfelma Gale '51- EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE nuns sulLolNG NEWTON. IOWA C CDNCRATULATICN S BEST WISI-IES to the CLASS CDF 1958 The Newton Daily News The Home Paper of Newton and Iasper County Page 188 Administration - Advertising - - - Athlete ot the Year - Athletic Snapshots - Band ---- Basketball Lettermen - Basketball Squads - Biology Club - - Cheerleaders - - Coaches ---- Custodians and Cooks - Debate ---- Dedication - - - Delta Mu Delta, Iunior - Delta Mu Delta, Senior - Fall Division Page - Football Co-Captains - Football Lettermen - Football Schedule - Football Squad - Foreword ----- Future Farmers oi America - German Band ---- Girls' Recreation Association - Glee Clubs ----- Golf Squad ---- Highlights oi Homecoming - Homecoming Floats ---- Homecoming Queen and Attendants Iunior Class ----- Iunior Class Campaigns - Kiwanis, Iunior - - - Kiwanis, Senior - - Latin Club - - Library Club - Majorettes - NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL NEWTON, IOWA Page - 10-11 123-135 - - 94 - 68 - 28, 88 - 63 - 62,64 - 58 - 60 - 32 - 23 - B7 - 4 - 51 - 96 - 8-9 - - 32 - 34-35 - 30 - 31 - 5 - 80-81 - 54 - - 55 - 50-51 - 92 - 33, 38 - 37 - - 36 - 70-73 - 69 - 59 - 96 - 59 - 58 - 29 INDEX Page Mixed Chorus ----- - 49-49 National Athletic Honor Society - - 89 National Forensic Society - - - 86 Newtonia News - - - - 25 Newtonia Staii - - - 78 Nurse - - - 23 Orchestra - - - - 52-53 Outstanding Athletes - - - 95 Pep Band - - - - - - 54 Pep Club - ----- 61 Plays - - - 26-27, 56-57, 82-83 Presentation --------- 1 Program of Commencement Activities - - 122 Quill and Scroll ------ - 79 Rotary, Iunior - - 59 Rotary, Senior - - 96 Salutatorian - - 100 Senior Class ---- 101-119 Senior Class Campaigns - - 97 Senior High Faculty - - - - 12-22 Senior Queen and Attendants - - -98 Senior Section Page - - - - 93 Senior Statistics -------- 99 Snapshots ---- 2-3, 6, 44-45, 74-75, 120-121 Sophomore Class ------ 39-43 Speech Groups ---- - 84-85 Spring Division Page - 76-77 Student Council - - 24 Table oi Contents - - 7 Tennis Squad - - - 91 Track - - - - 90 Valedictorian - - - 100 Winter Division Page - - 46-47 Wrestling Schedule - - - 67 Wrestling Squad - - - 65 Wrestling Letterwinners - - 66 is Antngffmhg 55252 ,WM +3 E f R+ RSQQ' Wgimguwwi 07137 g.MQw" WW ,Q MWQWMM' 33FRf i, 543W ,Win M, K 745552 11251 Wm VJ ff UW MW? 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