Norman High School - Trail Yearbook (Norman, OK)

 - Class of 1957

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' up The new space will also permit some rearrangements in the 'fold' building. In the plans are a larger cafeteria. library, and office space. If the future demands, a second addition can he constructed west of the new building to provide space for the ever chanzrging. ever growing population of Norman. Q , ,, X-fa, 'Lrf,-.x,f!4 FJL 'gf' f,-61' ,-lf.vLf' Ln , ..4..Cf,g: ' K1 gg- I ,M ,Mfg , Vg . f. 1 V 5 1 ,f L 'fv v , Cr- - , - 1 'P 4 f ' 1 Y - ufqlp , - W C 'L' .ghd 1 fm it , .LJ , by L v L7, q i K I TUE MO,QfiJu,f,w wif ' ff I 1 y gui N- Q2 A " UQ P, ,,x5QT L ' cl Lf' KKUL .f'f?l"!i f QLLL ' ig ,. I ., 1 QQAL-'7 ' '7 L f"V"'X ff k - A x Jfvwwff 'D A I KXQQJLNZ 'Aly ' If 7nrLzTQM'5' - J f b2H'j,'2L'M, M 5.4 if my lf W W 5531 LM ff My ff Jf. 1 ' ' ' V affff' P V ' Wha ' Iknnfhouf stude ts? VP- ,iflxflf I N24 vi J ff M: My W I if of f'j7fm'a. QD,-74 1fffLifdiLQ"f',I.1" 19 Q5 99151 'I if 113111111 Ji1 Ng, nix 1- Ig If fy 'QM jf pp y ng efffvllvl 'ou dd lm dn nl. 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J ,a ,141 ,ftfyffi 1 . , X cciitrul hluglg huuscs thu gym iuul giutlituriuin. lint ti school is more than L1 huiltling , 4 4 it must giiin its pcrsoiiality from thc glttitutlc and activi- ty nl' thc stutlcnts. Nutiniin High Schools '50 ." fn , f .1 .v, . A , rcsitlcnts rculizc that thc city has providctl L1 beautiful building. but that the students pro- vide the intangibles that put L1 gleam in the eye of those who say, "X"4'c'rc from Xormun High School." rj fC.. 42217, jffapii 4,0 ,vzwflff-l J C70'7Afgj f4viy, ,jj ,,ffL4'71,ff6 ,ejabfif 01,11 5711 4,041 1 . fbfi S' 3 .flfzv f,'4?G1VQ.1, ll 74,02 jagwyn v fi? lac! MP7-erica! 9471, Pagfwzcdj V V J .Lace 4 0 643'-dug! t',c1,4'fCfCff4 X F XZ ,caoaado .yay ef 44,55 ,abit ff L X6 ,f9o422,2'44 ,aan QZXLC g'f'4"'f7'!pLJ 76 11479 Editor's Note: Constantly looking to the future, we are filled with hope, excitement, and wonder. In our new building with its conveniences and advantages of education we are all reminded of the challenge which faces us: to carry out our highest ideals in the world of tomorrow. With this in mind the staff felt it would be most appropriate to select "Tomorrow" to carry out the theme for the yearbook. With the foot- steps of the past behind us and the glory of the future ahead of us the staff pre- sents the '56-'57 "Trail to Tomorrow." -Mary jane Newsom '-zf. A L fir ' L ' A ,alfa L44 2V fa' sy T1 'KD Q asf ea, ,,, E C, xqfgf' 'K E S gi, 222 ET T x T N? 'E' Ye ix 1- X ' QEQQ' TT Qii . ' ' S , ff, Dedication as Q5 Y f Q LS? P Lie! R?-J X gx E .--fi? get 1 . ,M ,L no 5 . Tj l 1 l V Ci MiAi'LLL 'india - ,iw-' 'MTNA TX qi Y -V K5-PJ Ni , H' V ' A JU L, fi,.,fff 'j , ,tj -A-YQ Q ib- 4QV'g, 5 LU if A XA? fuffaL,f"'f A rg? 5 pb ef 1 we V If ,L l I IA A-L kg . A ,a ' gg,-4 J"1,i, 3 aw' ,. X 41 Luv- I . K, w ffl? V6 LU li ,fD,,,,tf,A, jf! 1 X Qiflz 'If A ETL C112 T QT k M ' f' Q25 XNX ft4"3Z5 ka P A It is entirely appropriate that in this "To- morrow" Trial the dedication should go to one who has given so much to the citi- zens of tomorrow. Since coming to the school in 1951 she has given unstintingly of her time in her efforts to help students of the school. Her perpetual support has had much to do with the success of the Student Council, and her untiring efforts have gone far to make the school library a place in which students may carry on serious study. Thus it is with humble hearts that we dedicate this 1957 Trial to Mrs. Frank Mosley. our beloved "Cleo" Thosg who teach if .....':'.." lNlriiilM-is ut tht liiniitl ut llxlllt.lllUI'l Art. ltrft to right: Mi N li Nir t i r lhlxcillllllf Dr, Curtix lit-uri. Mi' bl. Don C3.ll1'lNUIl1 Mr. Lynn t .mtl Nr. O, 'lf NtCf.ill School board plans far ahead to keep pace Its no pun to say thc sclmiul hogirtl faces 21 wristziritly growing pruhlcm. lii winiimii with most Qitics, Norman has found itself with more Students than room. But with the uirnplctiori of thc high school addition and rcucrit work at Junior High and on grade schools, at lcast 21 short hrcathcr is hoped for. Future pruhlcms will rt-ccivc thc same turn-ltil mrisitlttrritiim ot this group ut' Llll5Clli1Sll mari who give ul their trim- to gitlmiiiistcr thc city' 5 active stliimiils. The year H236-V represents Mr. B. Roy Daniels fourth year as principal of Norman High School. He is known all over the state for his skill in administration. Always alert for any opportunity to promote the reputation of Nor- man and its schools. he is equally anxious to in- crease the efficiency of the students and faculty. Faced this year by crowded conditions and con- struction, Mr. Daniel spent many hours work- ing out solutions. Mr. Daniel is assisted in his work by Mr. Ansel Young, Vice Principal. ith Norman's growing populciiion . sg, .x MR. B. ROY DANIEL, Principal , i .Y , ' f iw! ff ff!! z Lp! fog! 1 Ai .A ' f MR. ANSEL YOUNG, Vice Prillciprzf Mrs. june Vernon and Mrs. Thelma Gott, Attendance and Registrar. Offerings Vary Norman High School offers its students a total of more than fifty courses in nine major fields of learning. livery student is required to complete eighteen units including English, his- tory, mathematics, science, and physical educa- tion. Our excellent faculty consists of almost forty members who not only teach but also engage in such activities as writing novels and textbooks, painting, singing, administering a community summer play program. direct selling, and con- structing their own homes - all this in addition to the expected activities of travel, study, and tutoring. Science Experiments, problems, frogs, fish, and worms! Budding scientists at NHS may choose from biology, chemistry. physics. and two near-science courses, home-eco- nomics and agriculture. MRS. liFRNlCQli MR, Al. O. BRCTI HIZRS ARN5'l'RONCi History. Coath Nurse ,J "Emily Post touldrit do better. Mrs. Robinson." In todays and tomorrows world, the scientist is among the most important of all persons, and here in Norman future scientists are molded to fit their future destiny, BIR. C fi. bill. Ci. XXV. bill. H, li. CHFADLE BRYAN l5l'MCiARNIZR History, . Phys Ed. C.o.ith Meth Dinixx ing Phys Ed Backgrounds Differ To say that Norman High School teachers have a varied background is the understatement of the year. Skivey Davis has served as football coach, athletic director, and drivers' training instructor during his many years at NHS, while Mrs. W'ini- frede Wfilliams, commercial teacher, holds the rec- ord of being the longest employed at NHS. Mrs. Mosley, the present librarian, began her busy career in 1951 when she came to serve as librarian, registrar, and girls' phys ed teacher. Most of the teachers can quote similar achievements. Many of the NHS teachers have received various and wide experience by teaching in high schools and colleges all over the l7nited States. Miss Searcy and Miss Sugden taught at OU be- fore coming to NHS, and Mr. Brothers moved to NHS after a career of coaching at Tulsa Univer- sity. Miss Runyan, during a leave of absence dur- ing the war, was an instructor in aeronautics at Tinker Field. Thus are a few of the qualifications of NHS's faculty, ranging from collegiate coaching to war time special instruction. Mathematics Theorems, postulates, constructions, and formulae! Norman High School math courses range from algebra through plane and solid geometry and trigonometry-all present a real challenge to the talented students. MRS. ALICE LTR. ARNOLD FLEMING HIGGINS Art Chemistry, Biology Mr. Michael instructs embryo projectionists. Math is the key to the engineering and technical problems which will occupy so much of tomorrow's attention. It may well be the base on which the success of the future will depend. MR, H, Q LAND MR. WRAY MR. J. R. LOVUE Biology, LITTLEJOHN English, Phygit-5 Industrial Arts, journalism Coach lf I It W4 P' ,Af K ... 1 fl i XXX "If at first you don' Industrial Arts Sawclust, glue. leather, and speedball penf Students interested in industrial training and potential hobbies find at Norman High Mechanical Drawing, Shop. and Craft courses. INIR. H. Wi. INIACKEY NRS. l., BIARTI INIR. FORD BIICHAEL Voc.1tion.1l Agriculture English MJfl1CIU11fik5 Q1 t succeed. try. try .uL.1in." gulxiscs Mr. liiimgxrnei' to Rithiirti lirc-c'm.in. Skilled artisans and technicians of the future may well begin L1 career in such classes. Drix ers' tmining. .1 distant rel.1tion to vocational courses, helps students be- come successful timers, Recognition Received Through hard work and skill, many Norman High School teachers have brought fame to the school both through personal achievements and the achievements of the organizations they spon- sor. Although it is impossible to give a complete list of awards won and deserved, these are a few of the ones that will longest be remembered: The Band. sponsored by Mr. XV. C. Robinson, has brought national fame to Norman High. Last year it was picked as one of the eight bands in the United States to attend the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Illinois. The art classes, conducted by Mrs. Alice Fleming. have brought many awards home to Norman High from contests in Edmond. Oklahoma City. and Pittsburg. The music depart- ment, under the direction of Mr. Roland Earsom. attends several contests each year over the state and always returns with high ratings. Last spring they were guests at the Highland Park Music Festival in Dallas. The FFA and FHA have an- nually won various prizes at the county and state fairs. Fine Arts Brushes, drums, dabs, and notes! Cre- ative students find many outlets for their talents through instrumental and vocal music and art courses at Norman High. Many students have won national recogni- MRS, F. K. MOSLEY MISS FLORENCE Librarian PEVEHOESE Latin "To catch a thief." tion in these fields. Tomorrow's creative designers will undoubtedly come from classes such as these, but the majority of students will remember these classes as a doorway to enjoyment. IVIR. S. L. POXWELL Industrial Arts MRS. WILSON RILEY Spanish, English MRS. CARL RITZMAN Speech. English Clubs Take Time Faculty members are indirectly responsible for all the extracurricular activities at the school. Most students realize that if it were not for the teachers who are willing to give of their time and energy to sponsor the various school organizations, N.H.S would be made up of all cake and no frost- ing. Among the most active organizations and clubs are found Student Council and Library Club sponsored by Mrs. Mosley, the Trail and Tiger Tales sponsored by Mr. Lowe, the Gingersnaps sponsored by Mrs. Wfalker and Miss Pevehouse, the Band sponsored by Mr. Robinson, and the Choruses sponsored by Mr. Earsom. From Ginger- snaps, with 200 members, to the smallest of the clubs, the problems are similar and the rewards are great for both members and sponsors. Space alone prohibits a complete listing, for every group has its own important place in N.H.S. Physical Education Running, jumping, throwing, and fall- ing! All students in Norman High have the opportunity to participate in a physi- cal education program designed to build healthy bodies and good sportsmanship. Frosty, man, frosty! Students who take part in competitive activities whether intramural or inter- school are receiving experiences which will better fit them to successfully com- pete in the world of tomorrow. MISS NADINE MISS LUCILE MRS. W. STOVALI- MISS JEAN RUNYAN SEARCY History, Government SIIGDEN History English Mathematics MRS. B. 'I WALKER Phys Ed ln it 4 YS t 'f S51 it Q X K 2 L . mi .9 Qs MR. ,l. R. VVALKER Histury "lt's .i big. Viale. NNUI1klL'IlL1lXNUI'lsi,i4.lgIALCPAIN XY'.itt .imi Mrs, Stm ill Social Studies Ci.lC5.1f. Qolumhus, Cfoulitlge. .mtl firmi- munismf Courses in this .1re.i tox er XY'orld History. Amerietm History. .md Cmerii- ment. Mizs. 'roxy Mfrs. J. is. KYILLIAINIS XYILLIAMS Mathematics Commertial 'l'ointurrtnw's polititims .md shitesmeii in these classes study trends of the past to help them tiurmulrlte .ittion for the future. 4' 6l1IOl'S Its been sard before but rt s true-the future wrthrn our grasp and xx hat xxe do wrth If rs up to each rndwrd ual But as Senrors and nexx graduates xxe take xxrth us a full store of memorres As we loolx back over our hlgh school xears xxe remember the excrtement of our frrst play the manx months of effort to produce the unror Senror prom our offrcers and queens xx hom xxe Qhose to rep resent us The Semor Class offr Lars of 1957 rre YXIIIL1 Iellxner Setretarx Treasur D Herxey ree Prcsldent and Maw Qrarg Presldent " X 1 The Senxor Class spon sor of 1957 are Mrs W Stoxall Mrss Nadlnc Runxan Mr Arnold H15 gms and Mr arrell XVJ cr O " is ' ' V 5 y V ' . 7 V ' ' . WJ QXLW K x ! l r ' ' L 'Z X l T , , - ,- , - ' erg . ' , V" 'JK , V, h il' C 7 1 -3 A: 1 ,Q 'f s ' I 'v. ' i A , .J -1. ' ' km MERRILY ADAMS SHIRLEY ALLEN LAVINA AMBRISTER MARILYN SUE ARGO TOMMY ARMSTRONG ELISKA ATKINS ELIZABETH BADRY NANCY BAER BEN BEALOR MARGARET BENESI-I RICHARD BENESH DENNIS BERGLAN DWIGHT BERGLAN DELL BERNIER ANONA ADAIR SUZANNE BERRY BETTY jo BRADEN MARTHA BRENDLE SHIRLA BROCK ELIZABETH BROWN JUDY BURNITE ORVILLE BURR DALE BUTLER YOLANDA CALAME ORVAL CARGILL FOREST CARROLL -IUDY CATHEY CONNIE CHURCH DORIS CLARK NANCY COLLINS MARY COOK - , , V 5 " I 1 A Q" - - A, v Nanny Swings out and away they go MC' POM'-11' qumn' Lffmffd Judy egin climactic year with dances, contests JAMES CLARK MARY JANE COLE SANDRA COLE DORLA COLEY CAROLYN CORBIN MAX CRAIG PAT CRAIG JODIE CURRY I Wx That darn gum must be in here sfwmewhere .. -Tan Dctter: "Surry to cut you off, sir." Work, fads and fun fill active year fo: KENNETH DEBERRY GORDON DEES HUGH DEMPSEY JANICE DETTER DONNA MAE DITZLER ANDY DODSON RODNEY DUNN SUE DURKEE Q .5-gl fx -as 'Nur Q?" fl A , K 13aE?'H T os. TOMMY EURTON DOUGLAS FEAVER XVILMA FELKNER LOUISE FLUD JANE FORD CARLENE FORE JAMES FORE MAXINE FORE MARGARET FOSTER . LAWRENCE FRANK SenlOfS MARLENE FRANKLIN RICHARD FREEMAN SAMMY FREEMAN VIRGINIA FREEMAN MAUD FRENCH SONYA DEVERO LARRY DICKENSON NORMA EASTEP LAVANDA ESTRIDGE A Riagg: , 6 . 7 'nw Q' 4' f as Q 3 JOHN GEYER WANDA GIVENS RICHARD GOLDSEY ORVA GOODIN ANNA GRAHAM BEVERLY GRAY BETTY GREEN COY GREEN JOE GRIEEITH GARY GRISHAM CAROLE HAIR SHARON HANSMEYER GENE HARRISON FRANK HEAVNER HELEN HOAG DURRELL HOBBS Y-r iq--ISLE? P.1ulinc Punk Vcc-pcrs pop.1t.1 wllcgc UILIINISCIUIAIS L.1t.1lwguc, ook foward future as college beckons BARBARA HARWELL RONALD HEITZ BILLY HENRY D. HERVEY JACKIE HESTON RICHARD HOGAN CHARLES LISA DAVID HOOD GLEN HOXVARD HOLLINGSWORTH HOLLINGSWORTH ga.. fff If Z f Qftfx' f 1 At Taft stadiu m, a scramble for the car. After the game, muddy shoes for all. Come rain, snow, or mud, game is attended b FRANCES HOXVELL CAROLYN HOXVLAND CAROL JONES DONNA JONES SHIRLEY HOY GLENDORA KING BILL JAMES SALLY KIRK eniors HEWITT LANE ANN LEIBENDERFER DAVID LIGON KATHLEEN LIVEZEY BONNIE LONG JIMMY LOONEY JANET LOVETT LINDA LOWSLEY BERTA JEAN MCCALIP JEANNE MCCLURE JAYNE MCDONALD MACK MCGUCKIN BETSY MCREYNOLDS JIMMY MADOLE ELAINE MARTIN GLENNA JEROME DICK JOI-IANNES NAOMI KORGAN HARRISON LANE Q., 'tu 'vo I Q !":fr : Q , '- , , 62? fi '95 X . ,D Xb f GLENDA MARTIN MARY SUE MARTIN TOMMY MARTIN DELORES MASON BECKY MAY CAROL MEAD BAYNARD MEADOR HELEN MERRITT KENT MESSAMORE JANET MILES JESS MITCHELL SUE MORING THOMAS MORING LYNDA MOSLEY DAVID NELSON MARY JANE NEVUSOM SHIRLEY NEWTON LARRY OLIVER DARRELL ONEAL Jqvum 1 514. J. an.: -, z-I "xx .'?.?"i."vf-M 1313: ix. 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I 5 . ...M- Of! ill ill OOO U lil Oil Ill Ill Q00 CII 000 000 OOO r 1 1 1 v r r 1 lf COO so 004 iff 0 a 1 f . a on on I 0 4 rf 4 lt' Ullllll COOICO O I CO IO Ol 00 Ol li Ol OO ll I 0 'x S Hi INC gut NJW6 nc-ws W-'Many activities keep Juniors harassei Mary Lou Cirtcr jim Calm-ri Mania Ciudill Kathy Clinkcnbeard Sally Cniipisr Pin Dihncy Charles Daily ,Io Ann Dees julie Downing Cnincmn Evans Ann Fi-rrcll Bob Fielden Sfgphgni CM-I Dorothy Caudill join Clark Gofdnn Clougef ,Line Craig CHYUIYH CUIWCII Dianne Daniels Dick Denton Pdf Duiancy Louise Farmer jamie Farris Dgmeiic Folsom , Yr if . x 3 Cv A i 'N O- 3 Lynne Fowler Wrllrard Fox Bob Frank Loretta Franklrn Lmda Frantz jamce Fulford Nora Ann Gallagher George Garner Lynne Grbbs Mary Gill, jerry Glasscock Annette Grantham Mxke Gray Bryan Green Ramona Grrssom Charlotte Groomer, Kay Grotts Kathryn Grubb Top and drd I tell her off' Guess you d better talk to me a whrle A whole lrne of people pf. an uo- W- - 9 - 'snr' 7 -, 'll ' ,L 9 .f H.. - X y s. my Gunning, Nancy Hagar. Carlyn Hagar. Ray Hall. Donald Hammond. Marilyn Hansmeyer. jo Ann Harlaert. Sue Ann Harper. Lynette Hart. Charles Hatcher. Patsy Hawkins. Kristin Hesser. Helen Hiclcson. Virginia Hinds. Eugene Hodges, blames D. Hood. james O. Hood. Marian Huff. Top: "Go, Norman, go!" "I pledge allegiance . . june Leibenderfer Dick james jimmy Lewis Marcilla Meyer Barbara Masters S? ,--x x 'THQ' -, , Junior' Etta Johnson Bill Little Dixie Miller 'N junior play cast whoops it up in rehearsal. play important part in school activities jimmy jones Nofle McClanahan Roberta Mills Jacqueline juergens Stanley McCourrey julia Morris 1. Teresa Kalman Sharon MLGee Charles Moses .K Q ., 1 xxx inf Gail Kendall Lynn Kimrey Nancy Mappes Ronda Lee Martin Hazel Munlcus Janice Northcutt Kathleen Kelley Berky Krieg Anna Sue Lusly Carolyn Mappes J. R, Marble Guy Mason James Mosley Barbara MuSgr0y'e Connie Owens f 7? , , S. gs vi ,gp 1 , Xia. L "" 'V j' to f- Ah. , A .. Stanley nheertully pays. but rust wait! Somebody goofy Ic.m Powell Lansing Robertson Virginia Smart Kenneth Power Don Russell Gracie Smith S " 'fr M' ,,, -fc' we ' K if 1' ' lfiirutfj. , A ,Gm-.., , A ' 'Yun' X X Juniors manage to Janice Price D.ivitl Ryan Vc.irl Smith 'H , L.. V7 5 , Kent Price Barbara Sasser Scott Stanfield Dorothy Prottoi' Shari Stiuntlers Connelly Stung Cl stay busy from enrollmen Pat Pyle Carrie Scott Gary Stringer Tim Ragan Edward Snroggins Gale Sullenberger Sherry Rhodes Katherine Shumalcer VC'yleta Tarwater .. 5 ti fx , 9 Y ' - x ., - V 4- C A Vrrgmm 'l'I1wrntr-n 'Ilr'r'x"lr'.1wr I.lI1xl.l Turku INI.1I'ilQ'I1 'l'urmr Fl11.rl'vcth l'rulegr.1tI' Cilmm V.1Im1rI1 XVlI'3lll'1i.1 Vaughn Marlsx XY.1twn Mrkr- X'X'urf.rll l'.1tXY'1lkinwn Drmnc Vfill Iiltun XY'1ll1.mw JLl.lf'l1f.l XX,1lliilINN Ann XX'lHXbl.ll'11 lxwis XY'iIwn -l.laLlLlL'llI'lL' X'X'mvJ Arthur XY-w-J.1ll Lloyd Yami Billy Yuhn V1xi.1n York Rm Zuhlutxky U to finals Tlu- Fund xmmx .xx thu Ju hrmpikx' Dunn Rhwrwn C.1rwlL- Ann R1rh.1r'Jwn Ku Srrmvr-ru Clxxhx Smmtr Marx' Sur Thrwmrwn P.lfI'Irl.l 'l'lwz1imwn . , r Q'-v ophomores The first year is rilxxuys the hardest. they say. The Sophomore Class can he proud ot its work in sehool, Next year well see manv members of the gs. 9"'?' class taking important posi- tions. Most of the attention of the Sophomores is directed toward the next two school years. NY'e are confident of our zihility to meet the future. -pane. The Sophomore Class of WV: Bob lNltlf.1rl.uid, Presidentz lhl.lI'll14l and Mririlyn XY'tilton. Vine President and Secremry- Treasurer. it The Sophomore Cllttss sponsors tor l9i": Mrs. Ii, Dmis. Mrs. Ifmin Marti. Mrs. Alite Robinson. ,md Mrs. Nellie Childs, Cretha lean Adaxr Lons Adams Blllle lo Allman Kas Anderson Mrke Ayres Tony Babb Sammre Banmster juamtta Barnard Judy Barnard Gary Baugh jay Belford Helen Bell Wxllram Berglan Glenn Berry jo Anna Bxanchr jo Ann Brffle Ira Boggs Meredrth Boggs Lounse Boyd Darlene Brockman Roy Brown L4 a"'Iv fr 3.0 IL -1 TALT5 Z' s , - ' L 'Q f B' U., ll I -1' . , Q if s aa a do ar a B f ...QW vhe 1 8 , g fit M l l :il ' lx 3' v' - ' jf. .. inf.. A V W 'ma A-1 j X .V 5 I 4- 1 4 AA A il 5- 4' L: 1 Lf" ' 3+ qv' rr- 3, L. A 4. if SQL A ' - 8- Q' . Q 4 . A r 4 t ff .V,, . I , il 4' -l 5 155 1 fx, A , ' Q '- 1 5. it .' 5 Q f A , is . iv C 43 Linda liurlxs Dayirl litishy Karon Catltlcll QMarian Camp XX'ayne Cargill Kathryn Chapman Maradell Churchill Gayle Clark Katherine Clarlt W'antla Clark Linda Cochran Patricia Cochran john Coffey Charlotte Collins XY'allace Collins Sherry Cooper Jimmy Comer Karen Crawford Gerald Daniels Susan Davis Sydney Dennis Gary Dotlson Barhara Downey hlelyin Ernest Stephen Foster Toni lfuuell Charles Gallaniore Betty Gault Judith Geiger jane Green HUGH!" "Wonder where the yellow went? fi' 'f,,r.J gf I Vff' . 1. at 1 , ophomores enter with hugh hopes Eugene Grrzzle Ronald Grxzzle johnny Haddock Delores Hagood Caralee Hemphill Kay Hoover jerry Hopkrns Ruth Hopkms LaVeme Houck George Howell Dale Huffman Sharon Hulsey Katherme Ingle .ICIIE jansmg Betty Jensen Lmda johnson Donald Johnson jerry Justxce john Kelly Jonnelle Kxdd Manan Klll Sherry Krme Clydette Krrk Shirley Lack Elrzabeth Lrgon Gxlbert Lmdsay Helen Lovmgood Ronnie McCarley Bob McFarland Roger McGuckm PM 'U' T' XYXI JA M ,. -A x 01 JL 5. 1 Sophomores represent future Marrlyn Mansfield Brlly Marler Mary Matlock Jrmmle Mayfield Patrrcra Morsant Janrce Morgan Lula Fay Moms Betty Morrrs Glorra Morrrson Marrlyn Momson Sally Murnan Gary Murphy Judy Murrell Dorothy Osborne Larry Pannell Billy Prtt Tommy Prtt Kenzrl Rmclall Chrrstmc Reed Judy Reed Drane Roberts Dax rd Robinson Lmda Rrthardson Lynn Schmrech Vrrgxnra Self Don Sherman Judrth Shobert Daxrd Srmpson Carmaleta Smart Judy Smart fb Carolvn Smith -Iimmy Smith Runnin Smith S.intlr.i Smith Sharon Smith Ann Sncctl -lorry Stump Montuz rl-L'X.lLlll Tornmy 'l'illcr Calvin Totltl ,lohn Todd Larry Todd Nanny Troop Marcia Vntlerwoml Virgil Van Stliuyvcr Haskell Watldlc Karen W'alkcr L. S ya- - 4 co, 1 ., sr f' .L L. Y' " ,"' 1:- 4 Y, N. ' . IJ, Y I 1 L U iii 4. ,A ., , , , 1,4 ,. 1? . - Q' 0. N., 1... -it A: :x I , nr vw V- KT, Q . V 1, ,A t. 4 JA fa ,. if ,. 1 ,A X "' '49 2 x 2-Si." 1 Miltlrctl Vfallccr 39' 5. K ' . 4 15 Karen Vfalton ' s- ' N . v , "' - 6' pf- R, Marilyn NX'alton 'C if 1 Cy Lx Y W i ll' Y it A ' 1 1 . L - XA - 4 L Martha Vifalton . 5 Bobby Warren John XY"atson 4, Q 1 V Gayle Vfelcher Q 4 ' f' 1 h g AAC ' L . Pamela XX'eltlon Tlx if + 'M' i 'Q Ji t V G R 3 A' LA Janice Wharton V K 'M V jcrrie Whistler ' Fredonna Whitten R 'B " P3 "" ' ' Janice XX'illiams , pn Qgff i .P ig. jo Nell Woodrow 'P' K W .cr 'cv 6 4 . A , gg . . .1 , , . F34 rf- XL -L L, W4 f fl .,.' , V Ll A- Uk K, his' L lik I L L, tty I L K ' l ' . ' - f ' 1 , , " 4, CT L -1 1 I . L 1 V' k 1, A Cf-L 1+-Q.. ,Q cl... ,- A 7 71.4 .rj L .v at A ,.f:.,4,.,L-k7r f L' VIAL 61 71 ,L hgffjfa pk , 4',0 puff J L 5 'rj V441 'Cu " ' 'W 1 ,il XY hats this? Loafing on the job? 'J X, "Now, let me see .. JA- ' ' A I r C4"'14'l4 L kd S 49 X Those who lead ,J l 4-2 X Q ...QQW 'Sp - I 1956-57 Band officers were: Kay Hoover, Librariang David Higby, Assis tant Drum Majorg Sally Kirk. Vice Presiclentg Jo Anna Bianchi, Librarian Ray Hall, Librariang jackie Heston, Librariang Don Dugger, Drum Ma xi, f. X mls l' if Wil L if 5h?.Q72 y jorg Cretha Jean Adair, Librariang and Bill Little, Assistant Drum Major. N. H. S. Band "XY'e'll try No, 17 over right tackle." First row: Marilyn Morrison Sherry Kimes Charlotte Collins. Judy Amspichcr Second row Virginia Hinds Billie -lo Allman, Muthi Wilton Mirilxn Wa ton Tlwlgrl gow- limln 'I nflacr ludv Murrcfll Sonia Dexero Fourth row: Monty Stark Stewart Crook Larry Dilling ham. 4 5' "L:-f Q- H -if ',:, - me , G 1 04 : i ' SV-Q' 2411 3 4 -453434 --i"7i'1T" Jl"'f "Practice A A . makes perfect First row: David Higby, james McCleary. Gloria Valouch. jackie Heston, Billy Little. john Coffey, Sharon Smith, Sally Kirl-1, Jo Anna Bianchi. Marcia Underwood. Billy Yon, Kristin I-lesser. and Gary Evans. Second row: Karen Crawford. Kathy Chapman. Bill Bray, Kay Hoover. Ray Hall. Cretha Jean,Aclair, Lyndell Vlatson, Diane Elliot, johnny Haddock. jo Ellen Mann, Martha Riley. and Stephen Foster. 'llliirtl row: -lcriy Vfitten. -lolin XY'all. Dale Butler. Don Dugger. Stanley BIL- Courrey. Tommy Gunning, Leonard Phelps. Don Hutltlelston. Ronnie Smith. Vearl Smith. Ronnie Estes. and Mack McGuckin. Fourth row: jimmy Mayfield. Tim Regan. Don Westfall. Pat Dulaney, and Kenneth DeBerry. ads MR XY. C. ROBINSON l31rei'lffr Band Wins Top State Contests One ot the best known state bands is our Norman High School Band. Under the leadership of Mr. XV. C. Robinson these sixty band students have carried away highest honors in both marching and concert contests. The band won the first place trophy in the Mid-Xliest city marching contest and participated in the O.CU. Band Clinic and the Band Day at O.l'. They received high ratings in the District, State and Tri-State Contests, and SCIlt several chosen bandsmen to represent Norman in the All State Band and Orchestra. The band contributed much ot its time and talents to Norman High by playing and performing at the football and basket- ball games and also to the city of Norman by playing for the Halloween and Christmas Parades. Abou-. l-irst row: Diane hlliot. ,lohnny Haddotk. 'lo lfllen Mann. Martha Riley. Stn-plien Foster. Sctond row: liillic liray. Kay Hooxti, Ray Hall. and Crctha .lean Adair. lic-lou. l'irst row: Gloria Valouch. jackie Heston. Sally Kirk. Sharon Smith, john Coffey, Bill Little. Second row: 'lo Anna Bianchi. Kristin Hesscr. Billy Yohn. Marcia lhderwood. Clyde-ttc Kirk and Gary Iixans. Above. First row: Marilyn Morrison. Sherry Kiine. Charlottt Collins. ,ludy Ainspaclier. Daxid Highi Virginia Hinds, liilly ,lo Alliuon. Second james Mtflrcary row: Judy Murrell I.inda Tucker. Martha Vfalton. Marilyn XX'alton, Karen Craw- ford. Kathy Chapman. and Sonya Devcro lingham. Stuart Crook. hfonty Stark. Louise Maytiicl d. Below: Larry Dil- liarmer. and 'Iiinmy 1' llll 54, A YUWL'f1H,u WCW Of U10 NUY'UAm H1931 hind SIWW5 Bxnd mn-mhcrs 5wc.1t nut tlglut moment in Nwrm.1n-Iam flymg Nhucti of INLISIC between program numbcri. bxlglgcqbdll ,Lmgg first naw: jerry Vfiitcn, 'Iulm XX'.1ll. D.1lc Butler, Dun Duggan Stanley MCCourry. Sccund row: Tummy Gunning. Leonard Phelps. Don Huddlcgtun. .md Lyndell XYYLIISOD, "'4 Q. V I L ' First ww: Rngzz BICGUCLQIH. Rlchgri Landun. XY'111i.1m f Bc-rglan. Ronnie Smnh, Ronnze Estes. Ven! Sniith. Kink V X' J McG2.zcIx,n icwnd ww: Dun XY'cStf.1il. Tnf Reagcn. Pat - AA Duham-3. .md Krnncin Dclicrry 55 Girls' Glee Club B.1Ul'iIl'lg the vi.inu .irc iixciiihrrs uf the Girls' Qtmrtc: I..irry Gale. Dickinson. Rhett.i Reynolds. Mirthi Sixon. Cirul Mend. with .iccoiizixinist Virginia Xwrrie Hirmony? The buys' quartet Wm Composed uf Ronnie Sullivan. Tommy Sexton. Geriltl Shobert. .ind Stacy Schronk. Below right: Attmctive trio trills thrillinglyz Loretta Noah. Marian Camp. .intl ,lc-.anne McClure. Belovu Judy Vlhiinpler. Virginia Thornton. Bob McFar- land. and Charles Daily. members of the mixed quartet, make a non-professional recording. f Qi ' 3:- Q. Art Students Kept Busy by Classwork, fa-eil? Kristin I-lesser. Faye Lucas, julia Morris, Mary jane Newsom, Delores Jennings, and Rhonda Martin work intently on clay stulpturing. Entering their works in art contest in Oklahoma City, Edmund, and Pittsburgh are the thirty-five art students of Norman High. Directed by Mrs. Alice Fleming, the art classes have worked in Wood carv- ing, clay sculpturing, portraits, and post- ers for civic projects. Various students have painted scenery for school plays, worked on jewelry, linoleum blocks, and copper tooling, and have attended several art exhibits over the state. About fifteen of these students are members of the Paint Daubers, the Norman High art club 'Y T-7-f L-.. MM.. A- sa L.: .,,. ..,,.:,. 111 wiiicii iiicy caiiy U11 individual p1oJeCiS. Framing pictures. posters, and people are art students Ronnie Sulixan Tressa NX'ard, jo Ann Dees, Larry Oliver and jerry XX'histler. 60 Contests Trying their hand .it a por- trait of Susie Smalley are bud- ding artists. lforegroundj Louise Farmer. Lucy Rohrer. and Dennis Ashley. JF' Pleased over completed lino- leum blocks are art students Maxine Fore, La Vanda Est- ridge, Fred Simpson, jess Mitchell, Shirley Allen, and Richard Freeman. 2 ' L i 3 X Q l 4 1 ,S Virgiled Vifalden. Larry Oliver. janet Miles. Forrest Carroll. Jerry Glasscoclc. and Richard Bene-sh enjoy their art work in linoleum blocks, copper tooling. and clay. . 'M -A ' 6' ' Paint brushes fly as Barbara Masters, james Clark, Katie Richards, Dianne Elliott, Robert XX'ilcox, and Donna Edgar display their talent. 5' u l . ii. I I Ciheering "our boys" on this year was a club number- ing almost twofhundred and thirty. Besides support- ing the different teams. the Gingersnaps helped se- cure about three hundred dollars for the Heart Fund The girls also planned and produced the Football and Basketball Coronations. Under the leadership and guidance of their sponsors Miss Pevehousc and Mrs. Walker and their president. Lisa Hollingsworth. the Gingersnaps have completed a very successful year. It the shoe tits wear' it' XY'ith basketball player Ditlt Denton .ire Ginger'sn.ips Doro- thy Ciiitlill .ind -lanitc XY'li.irton. Gingersnaps Cheer Teams Through F' .1 Study carefully, Did Norman win or lose? Year -1 'SEMJN H OLE .. AI, .. 1, . , 'NUI Nu' 1114. 11111 Cl11L1'lq'.1X111N .fzu I.1::1. L1.1xl1 D:1A:11w11 Hp f1 Mutt' C.1111l V fii I .,x. x f,.1tI111. 1.1111 IH.. 4111, M111 KXIIZI l.111x11111:rQ: XX1tl1 Q1lfIgL1Nfl.iI'N xpunwr. 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XX'.iniI.l l5.irn.irl. linux Sinlix, Sliiilrx l..lilQ, l:Qrfvnn.i Xxllllllcii, Mulrm' Fuiirilirriri, 'lzuxi XX.iirli lint' XYrl.fi-ri. vl-lncll Kidrf SL.-rnrl ima Slminn lil.iil4, liirliniiric Cll.lll'i. Nlnirifitli llwggx, llulrn llirlxwn Mulyx Xlditwn, -lurly Cmnlu, Viiginm liiiciiriri ,lnrric XXli1NtlLr. liitir Rlill.lIrlN. ,lu Nr-ll XX'miil- rim, Cmxli XYnrn.irlx Dimm' lfulwini, liilliq ln Allnxin, Cili.1rlwttr I-illinx, Yliiiix Kimi. ,linli IXlurrrl. lxl.llXl.l l'r1iluixu1-will KM Hilmar 'lliiirl nm' Virurnm Hinrlx. Huy M.iit1n. I-rnnir Ciliuimli. M.irilyn liirm-r, lynn lfilwlw Dum Dmnclx. Sli.iriwn Bliiirc. S.lIhll'.i Lulu, XYilin.i ll-lkncr. vlxmic CQi'.mr'wiJ. Virgini.i 'l'lwintivn. Bulky May. R.ininn.i Urixwin. Kaun Criufniml Toni lfuuull. l5l.lI'l.1l'l Hull, Cullr-in liiyinti linirr Nwrtlniitt. l.urr'.1inc Cf.xl.iniL-, Dl.lI1C Rulwcrts. Ci.iil Kcnrlall. First row: Bcity Ann Lmult. ,luAnr1 limmlii. Hclcn Hrll. l.IflLl1l Climixin. l.irirl.i Rirlniixlmn. blrmirc V4'illi.1ms. Gayle XX'L'lil1L'I', Mrs. XX'.llliL'l'. Llllfkild Caiiilcll. Sliiiluy Huy. Num Ann C9.1ll.iglici', Lynda Burk. l,inil.1 l:l'.il'lIl. -l.1niLc Priiu. lflimlwctli Brmxn. Sunnnl rim: Miirgarct liunnisli, Cilcnrln -lcruinc, Mary Crunk, Stupliini Clair, l,inil.i 'l'i1rkL-r, Di.inc lfllint, Slirriy Rlimlu. ,luily Snmrt. -luily lini- n.1ixl. Milrlrul XX'.1llu'r. AlCl'lk'-l.iI'1Sll'ljQ. -luilitli UL-igcr, Carlyn H.ig.ir, Shari S.iunilci's, lu Ann l'lii1'lM'rt Gayle Xlfilliits. Dnmtliy lJr'mtL'i', Ciixuic XY'.ilku', Sl'lll'l.i lirmk, 'lliiril rm-xx: l..lx.inil.1 lixtiiilgi-. l..ix'iri.1 Amlwristcr. M.irlyn Sur Aigu. Kitlmy Kyllry, Duni.1 Rlwtnn, Ann l:crrull. l'.it XY.ig.inL'i', Piggy XYynn, Suu lnglc. C.irm.1lct.i Sni.irt. Dunn.: Mau Ditflrr. -ludy Recd. Mullin Muiiiwn, Timmy llmun, ,lc-.in Pimg-ll, lflimln-tli l'pxlL-gixipli, Mary Gill, Connie Own-ns. Pat Pylr. N.1niy l"l.lj.I.lI'. M.1r.1rlrlI Cliurihill. First row: Clydcttc Kirk. Divnna Erlgiir. Mary Sue rl-l1k!IUPNUl"l. Anncttc Cir.1nIlum. Silly Liwiicri P.itSy Biffle, hldrlcic Xldlmrl, Turcsa Kalman. Clyrla Sin- nctt, -lunc lrilwnrlrrfc-r. Miv Pculi-ru-c, Siwnwrg -lininn Biffle, Kuliy f,l1.ifIN.1Di K.ircn XX'.ilkcr, lXl,1x1nc lfnrc, Cirirl Ann Rirlmimlwn. Scwnrl rim: -l.inr C121-cn, Mari Ann Kill. Marilyn llinxiituycr. Miry Lnu Carter. Cirulc H.1ir. Nartlm Riley. Liluixc l7.1l'lT1C.l'. Rlin-tm Rnynnfrlx. Suu Sl-mn, Ciinlxn fmrlwin. Yliirli liiirnirr. Yi-I.inrl.i C.1l.in:c. -lcmnc MiC.lurc, iimin Diuix, DL'li'I'L'N Miwn, Virginia f4i'i.ir!. 'liltirxl rim Rim Zrilwlrvhliy. Dwi I.q-wix. lfstcllr' lkirrlctr. lliinc M.irrin, l5.1rlw.ir.i 8.1-wr. Miki Kiln. Marx lim' Cwlc. liniic Dntrcr. Quill My-.i.l, liitlilgrn l,i'.L-fry, lflixlm Atkinx. l.inrf.i 5ImILi.D-irl.1Cfnlu wlurli XX .irtzgrlcip Nanny Cmllinx Anwrm Ari.iir. Nui DLJKL-r'. l.1nil.i l,mxs- lu, Cmiiin Smith in Spanish Club officers for 1956-57 are Pat Pyle. treasurer: Mrs. Veva Riley. sponsor: Marilyn Turner. secretary, Virginia Hinds. presidentg Douglas Feaver, vice presidentg and Becky Kiles, program chairman. Judy Cathey, the 1956 Spanish Queen, shows the new Spanish Queen. Timmie Brown, her veil. If J i......,, .- -Q., 4 ' ! I I -wh 7' 66 Spanish Club Highlighting the year of activities for the Norman High Spanish Club was the elec- tion of the 1956-57 Spanish Queen, Tim- mie Brown. The club, made up of students in Spanish, was organized to let the stu- dents grow familiar with Spanish customs, games, dances, and songs, as well as the language. At the annual Christmas party the members played .these games and songs with the main event of the evening being the traditional pinata. After the Spanish Queen Coronation in April, the club members attended the Pan-Am- erican Fiesta at Oklahoma University where Timmie was a candidate for Fiesta Queen. "It hurts here!" wails Janice Northcutt to fellow Spanish Club member, Nancy Barnes. -.Wx E' fi f Library Club Learning about new books and authors and discovering new and different occu- pations for librarians were among the ac- tivities of the Library Club at Norman High this year. Under the leadership of Mrs. Cleo Mosley, sponsor, Sandra Cole, president, Eliska Atkins, vice president. and Suzanne Berry, secretary-treasurer, the club of twenty members attended the State Library Convention at Oklahoma University in April, had a Christmas din- ner, a weiner roast, and an end-of-school party honoring senior members. Below: Busy around the card Catalogue are Connie Church. Lynda Mosley. Ramona Grisson. Bobby Pletlger. Vfantla Givens. Anona Adair .ind Suzanne Berry. I' Rf"-- Y 5 at l Q l - v Q r 3'1" Aboxe: Carol Mead shows fellow librarians Carlene Fore. Mary Sue Martin. Sandra Cole. joyce Draper. and XX'ilma Felkner just how to stamp a book while Mrs. Mosley looks on approxingly, Below: Student librarians Eliska Atkins. Clydette Kirk. Pat Thompson. .lulie Downing. Patsy Elledge and Anna Graham look owr some new books. 67 Leading the student body of Norman High, the Student Council, sponsored by Mrs. Cleo Mosley, promoted such activities as the mid- semester dance, the annual talent show, weekly devotionals, and after game sock-hops. Heading the 1956-57 Student Council were David Nel- son, President, Connie Church, Vice President, Mary Lou Carter, Secretary, and Sally Kirk, Treasurer. Student Council Officers Mary Lou Carter, secretaryg Con- nie Church, vice president: David Nelson, president and Sally Kirk. treasurer, spread Christmas cheer in the student center. First row Estelle Bartlett Pat Pyle Wanda Givens Patsy Elledge, Nancy Nordstrom, Shirley Lack, Clydette Kirk Gayle Welcher Kathleen Livezey Katie Richards, Mildred Walker. Judy Barnard. Second row Sandra Cole Betty Green Lisa Hollingsworth, Carlyn Hagar, Linda Frantz, Teresa Kalman Lorraine Calame Dorla Coley Tressa Ward, Lynda. Mosley, Virginia Self, Ann Sneed. Third row Billy Little Lynne Fowler Linda Burkes, Virginia Norris, Yolanda Calame. Louise Farmer Ann Saunders Jayne McDonald Sue Sloan, Mike Westfall, Jerry Townley, Mrs. Mosley. Fourth row Charles Daily james Hood Douglas Blagdon, Bob'McFarland, joe Griffith, David Higby Kent Messamore David Hood jim Robinson, Max Craig, Haskell Waddle. 'fs U 'Wolf V9-5Y?Av2Is:,1a K vow fa H N, - ' New 1 my we fa Council Promote Many Prolects Thur ottrtcrs Lltttccl lttcr .1 sthool mole um n 1 rtttnttt 1 rte Oltlters XX orltshnp Clrntt held .xt Oltlthomr L nntrsttx IH August Hera thu letrned how to run 1 sutcesstul Student Councll 1nd retcrwcd mmm helpful hunts rhnut ntvu utnrtrts monu malung projctts and proper lcadershrp trorn the other sthools present Thu tontlutlctl thtlr yur Ot struct along 'mth Ill thc Student Counul memhtrs Vllll 1 htnquct III Mu It cant be that bul Charles' Exeryhody else had a wonderful trme at the Student Councrl dance ,H 7 Befkl' Kllf5 MU Cfalls Dlfk Johannes and Vlfglflla A song sung by jame Farms adds msprratxon to one of the Hmes brmg bursts of laughter dunng the Student Councrl veckly deumonals Sponsored by the Student Councll Talent Show 'UD Taking over at KNOR for Tiger Tunes and Teen Topics are David Kill. Sharon Black. and Stepheni Carr. Speech The speech students in Norman High have spent much time working on plays, speeches, radio programs, and debates, The Speech play "Smilin' Through" was a new project and was highly successful. All members of the cast were speech students. The Speech Department, un- der the direction of Mrs. Carl Ritzman, also presented Tiger Tunes and Teen Topics over KNOR each Saturday morning. This program was given each week by three different speech students who acted as masters of ceremonies and played favorite records and dedications for Norman High Students .is well as reporting high school news and sports records. lient Messainure :IS "John" reveals his tragic past tn Larry The death of "Moonyeen" on the eve of her wedding pre- S'-Wlf Dlflierlson. Kathleen. cedes her return as a ghost. Cloclcwise: Betty Green, Charles Daily. Rhetta Reynolds. Carol Mead. i g f lr. X xlIfff+4 Mmm? 1 ' 1 :e."fi1w, IV. JJDV fi S L Y! 1 . 4, 1 . ,v - YQ, - 43" V i ? I ' Q 7 I xg 41 X The 1956-57 Trail Staff was headed by Mary jane New- som. editor, and included Seniors Peggy XY'ynn. honors1 Ann Saunders, class: Anona Adair, literary editorg -I. D. Hervey. class: Jimmy Rice. sports rind photographen and Charles Hollingsworth. business manager, Above: Class editors Haskell Vfaddle, Ann Saunders. rind tl. D. Hervey get caught loafing on the job as they look oxer an old yearbook. Below: Grinning from ear to ear about new photographic equipment are Trail photographers Bobby lfrank, Lansing Robertson. and -limmy Rice. Staff Invests Many Hours juniors Sharon Black. honorsg Mary Sue Thompson. organ- izationsg Lansing Robertson and Bobby Frank. photograph- ers: Charles Daily. assistant business manager: and Sopho- mores Virginia Self. organizations and Haskell Vlfatltlle. class. Above: Virginia Self seems tickled pink at the pages shown her by Mary Sue Thompson and Sharon Black. Below: About to try their new salesmanship techniques are potential ad-sellers Charles Hollingsworth, Charles Daily, Anona Adair and Peggy XX'ynn. in Trai K1 sig 'T xr? af up zg. Tomorrow XXI' of thc 4' 'I'r.ul Sturt' srmcrwh horn- :h.u you. - 1 V Y , . , v rhf srhool horh of NHS. x-.ul czuox .ind ar- , . , T I'ru'1.1tC our .1nnu.11. XX c hm L- irrul rhlrgr-ntq' to rornposc rhls hook so rh.1r you run look h.1rk in rhc years yet ro gonrc .ind rm-.15L1r'c thc rncrnorics it nughr hring ro your nunl, XXI' h.1x Q cruoyud work- ing on this staff and wc fccl it .ln honor to know that you have trusrul us to rxlptrlrr thc nrwsr unf pOffi1I1f CYCIHS ill fhCSL' PLISI NYU SCINCSICFS. Hugh rontxput. low humor 1n.1rk Tr.: , ' , Nfl 'X rv. N x v x rl HAI ,............-.--.-.---.--.-. .i- .4-'f Q l Future Nurses Study for High Calling Scapel. suture, sponge! These are words that members of the Norman High Future Nurses' Club may hear in the near future. The girls have visited St. Anthonys Hospital in Oklaho- ma City and St. johns and Hilltrest Hospitals in Tulsa, In April at their annual Field Day they heard speeches by doctors and nurses from over the state. Two of their projects were filling baskets for the poor for Thanksgiving and en- tertaining in a Norman Convalescent Home at Christmas, Seholarships are given each year to a Senior Future Nurse by the American Legion and the State Nurses Association. The year was concluded by a tea at the Nurses Home at Cen- tral State Hospital. Discussing one of this year's most impor- tant proiects are Future Nurses Nora Gal- lagher. Marlene Sennhenn, Marv Matlock. Delores Mason. Stephani Carr. Marlys Wut- son. l.isa Hollingsworth Mrs. George XX'iley, -lanice Morgan. Charlotte Collins. Ann XX'illibrand. .ludy Xlfampler. Connie Owens. and Gayle XX'omark. Trying their nursing techniques on Nora Gallagher. reporter. are other Future Nurse officers Stephani Carr. treasurer: Delores Mason. historian. Gayle XY'omack. vice president. Elaine Martin. secretaryg Judy XX':in1plr-r president Future Nurses Carolyn Culvvell. Carlvn Hagar. and Birhiri Downey leave for an excursion to St. Anthonys Hospital - '- 'A .A i 1. -y ,, ,,..' Q.l,!.l1' ,, ' '... now you iust adjust this little thing here andloopsfn says jimmy Rice, reporter. Whtching are Treasurer -lack Vaughn. Secretary Dorla Curley. President Kent Messamore. and Vice President Baynard Mc-ador. Science Club Performs Experiments Meeting evenings after school to investigate further what classes call to attention, memhers oi' the science club con, duct experiments and discussions designed to both enter- tain and instruct. The tluh was sponsored hy Mr. Arnold Higgins. Activities for the year included the Fawoomf --- Vfatthing the experiment "go tiff" well. N a 41 construction of exhibits by groups of members to be entered in stience fairs and later placed in a school science museum which the club will sponsor. The museum is tentatively planned to be located in the new huilding. "Brainy" group examines model. 4, ,. I 1 ' Mi A chorus line of F.l-l.A. officers include Shirley Hoy. vice presitlentg Shirley Newton. parliamentarian: anice Price. song leaderg Mary Gill song leader: Pat Craig. reporter: Sharon Hansineyer. secretary: Patty Wlatt. treasurerg Nora Gallagher. historian: Sue Moring. president. F. H. A. Tackles Many Proiects The Sub-District Officer Training Con- vention in November and the State F.H.A. Rally in Oklahoma City in March were two of the meetings attended by the Nor- man Future Homemakers of America. The fifty F.H.A. members participated in Na- tional F.H.A. week and worked at homes for aged and the Central State Hospital for their local and state projects. Pat Craig was the Norman delegate to National Convention in Chicago and won SSO in a national recipe contest. The year was cli- maxed by a trip to Lake Murray in May. The graduating Seniors were given a gift and left a legacy to the department. Remembering last yeark activities are. first row: Dorothy Smalling. Helen Hickson, Rhonda Martin. Gracie Smith. lane Craig. Carole Todd. Pat Dabney. and Elizabeth Collins, F. F. A. Boys Busy The FFA. as usual, occupied most of its time with practical proiects designed to help members be- come better stoclcmen and farmers. To start the year off right the boys was almost three-hundred dollars in livestock and crop division of the county fair. Top honors were taken in swine. with Bobby Anderson showing the Champion Gilt Hampshire. Bob Harmon the Champion Boar and Kenneth Kreuzburg the Champion Duroc barow. After the County Fair success, many of the chapter members entered the state fair again receiving numerous awards. Mary Ann Leibenderfer. senior. was chosen FFA Sweetheart. First row: Lester Vaughn, Gerald Daniels. Setond row: johnny Berry. james Clements, XX'alter Mote. Third row: ,Ierry Blackburn. Denny Wallis, jackie Martin. Sandy Goldsby, Fourth row: Dee Oliphant. Kenneth Mote. Donald NX'ard. Glenn Berry. Doylc Madole finds it nite to have three hands as he helps Orval Cargill and Durrell Hobbs suppress a sheepish grin, xyeldcrj L. Sullivan, ,i Qkxg, First row: Frank Holly. Robert Bumgarner. joe Straw, Ralph Vaughn. Ronald Heitz. Gordon Dees, jerry Harmon. Don Deskin. Bob Harmon, Eldon Harris. Second row: Kenneth Kreuzberg. jimmy Watt. Bobby Gowens. George Gilbert, Mr. Mackey, XX'illard Fox. Gary Hames. Loyd Yates. Ronald Berglan. Richard Perry. Durrell Hobbs. Johnnie Houck. Third row: Bobby Anderson. Grady Cole. jimmy Newby. Bill McDonald. Kennetth Fore. Lawrence Frank. Donald johnson. Orval Cargill. Gl'n Howard. Robert McElhaney, Keith XY'addle, Howard Defebaugh. Kenneth Hunter. Fourth row: jim Smith. August Hansmeyer. Billy Irwin. johnny Garver, Dale Huffman. Larry Cox. Virgil Van Schuyver. Ray Brendle. Jerry Fore. Doyle Maclole. Allen Bernard. Ralph Loughmiller. jim Calvert. Kenneth Adams. f' Fx ' l 3 QQ A ,x W 5 5 To market. to market go F.F.A. officers Robert . I Bumgarner. song leader: J, L. Sullivan. secretaryi jerry Harmon. sentinelg Ronald Heitz. reporter: Mr. Herb Mackey. sponsor: Ralph Vaughan. xice presi- Q W V L dentg Gordon Dees. treasurer: and joe Straw. presi- A E I dent. . -. Q lf-lsiilr -'M' I . Y., . .. F.F.A. boy. john Garner. left. and pig. right. vi Q-9 3 4' ' t x V., if L . A . Top. First row: judy Conley. Gail Kendall. Ann Ferrell. Second row: Lorraine Calame. Linda Frantz. Dorothy Cautlcll. Ciilleen Bryant. Bottom. First rout 'Line Ford, Judy Caitliey. Helen Merritt. Carol hfead, Sciond rim: Iwlary Sue Thompson. Carol jones. Meredith Boggs. Larry Dir kenson. Teresa Kalman. Ducklings The annual Christmas show was a high point for the 1957 Ducklings. They also entered the State swimming meet held here. Last year the Ducklings took a trip to Dallas to enter the South-XX'estern AAU swimming meet. Although we did not bring home many honors. the girls had the time of their lives. ui. 1 Iformaition swimming mLii'tesy of Durklings, c.l1CL'NCL.il'CL' pioxitletl hy Dutkling offiters. Shari Sgiunrlerx. .Indy Cathy. Linda Franty. and Carol jones, G. R. A. T7 C7 i+ "Anyone fur b.xclit1it1tim' risks GRA ivr't1rc'i's Marx Stic lli-imrwii. Laiiil Qlwnw. XY iliim lwlkncii lizilx Catliv. Viiigima Ml! .mil Li.t1l lxiiiilali lst git! itf The GRA is a statebwicle Organization. Fach summer four or five representatives from NHS go to the State Girls' Recrea- tional Association comeritiori, This year the girls participated in such spiirts as volleyball. basketball. baseball. archery. and socket. I',ll'5f Vim Nina li.lll.1igl1c:. Manx Sun- 'l'llini1lwi-ii Allrc-s.a Kallimn. Aldlxlrl Camilill. Carrie Mutt. Dim-tliy Caiiilill. I,mil.i Illifllll, Ann licrrcll. Nwnil ww: -lariitc XY'illi.zms. Xanty X-iixisti'-viii Marx ,lam little. Gail Kcnilall. Lynne lfimlcr. Clytla Sinnett. I.ivrr.11m' Cltlaiirc. Lullccn Bryant. Ann Snectl. vb ik R lfirst rim Pat C,iiili1.in -lucly Nliiibeit, lit Ann liitrlt. Ciaylc XY cliliti. Xxvllllld l"t-lkneii Vliitlx Catliv. Sciiinil iwiux Mary Ann Kill. Ctiivl ,lumix Kfarlum' Scnnbcnn Mcizcfitli liiigp. Marx Natl-ilk, ,lciri -lansing. Viiigirim Self. 82 Those who rule those who obe Their Highnesses - Queens of N. H. S. Representing beauty, poise. personality. and popularity are the five 1936-5' queens of Nor- man High. Miss Judy Cathey. Football Queen. was chosen in October by the members of the football team. and Miss jane Ford was selected by the basketball players as their queen in January. The F.F.A. boys honored Miss Mary Ann Leib- enderfer with the titles of F.F.A. Sweetheart and F.F.A. Queen. Miss Rhetta Reynolds was chos- en by the Music Department as their Chorus Queen. and the whole student body voted Miss Helen Merritt as the 1957 Trail Queen. I xcly to look at are the QFEENS of NHS: ilotkvvise. Miss Helen Merritt. 'l'r.iil Queeng Miss Rhetta Reynolds. Musie uttn: Miss -lane Ford. Basketball Queeni Miss -Iudy Ciitlicy. Football Queen: and Miss Mary Ann Leihenderfer, F.F.A. Queen. ml ., zzvf M I 'Q f 1 'ff'fYf3?aSei'f7fS-ifa fsigigffl' ' "ja , V, gf-,,:fQ,fxa7wQ g M , V 1L.1ggf:,'1j5 ,. S WW 1 Az Lv i w Norman High Royalty I l. . J , ,lf X IN I ly ,. 'l 4 If , r mf Il "' 'X , 1 J . ' MV. I - lb l , 1- :' M- , 5 1, V ut! A ff P NN 3 L lg nb I if v . ill 'fi' f IV T 4 r 1111 l I :ff N-' f' ,V U L I U " if fr. P .-U' ' . ' 1 pf! Q W r .t L Z fax , 4' XIV Ll' A J F, f' ll f V ,xv YJ It f t . lv LX 1 I l wi, I 1 775424 fade 6443401 775434 fame 7044! Football Queen Basketball Queen 1 , A 51 Q? x 1 'ML s gi 45254 QL, .gl.5Z,. :."552f'f4+' -- XV? S9 'Q Quill and Scroll: First row: Charles Daily. Lansing Robertson. rl. D. Hervey. Charles Hollingsworth. Douglas liemer. ,limmy Rice. Boh l7r,1nk. Second row: Rita Zohlotsliy. Sharon Black. Mary line Newsom. Mary Sue Thompson. jo Ann Harbert. Judy Amspacher. Peggy W'ynn, Gail XY'ilhite. Mr. J R. Lowe Third row: Anna Graham. Sue Durkee. Kaye Bennett. Anon.1 Adair. Ann Saunders. Cirol ,lom-s. and Ellen York. National Honor: lfirxt row: Kithleen Liu-zur. Rhetm Rt-rnoltly. Patty Vilitt. Sue Moring. Carole Totltl. Shirley Newton. Marline Sennhenn. Roh:-rt.i Pence lftlith Sl1.lNK' 91-contl row Kent Mcvmwore. Virginm Norris I.inc.lii Lowsly, Helen Merritt. Prit Pyle, Gloria V.1l-much. Marcella Meyer. Kathy Kelly. M.irilyn Turner. P.1t XY'.1g.1.1ner. Third row: Baynard Meatlor. Mary 'lane Newsom. Mary Ann Leihentlerfer. Peggy W'ynn. lfllen York. l.yntl.i Mosley. Silly Kirk. jo Ann Steely. Sluron V.intlcx eer. Fourth row: ,lohn XY'.1ll. Mick MCGUCI-zin. Bill Smith. P.it XXllll'i1D9Uf1. jimmy Rice. R Marhle. Mike W'estfall. Gale Martin. Gale Sullenberger. Rohcrt X'i'1ltox. H r, , f an ,.,i, ., -1: . ,gf ' W 515 This years Junior Rotarians include Max Craig, Kent lNiess.uuure. David Nelson. Dell Bernier. and -limmy Rice. Outstanding students are honored each year by the giving of avvards, The Rotary Civic Club of Norman chooses outstanding Senior boys and gives them the title of junior Rotarians. The Ro- tary Club honors these boys with monthly dinners and club recognition. Various civic and business clubs in Norman sponsor Norman High represen- tatives to the Girls' and Boys' State each summer. Boys' State in Norman and Girls' State in Chick- asha are held in August of each year. The sessions last for a week and teach students from all over the state about the government and legislation of Oklahoma. The vveelq was concluded by a huge dance for all representatives to Girls' and Boys' State. Top Students Chosen Representatives of Norman High to the 1956 Girls' and Buys' State vvere. first row: Ann Saunders Iflislva Atkins, Peggy W'ynn. Second rovv: J. D. Hervey. jimmy Rice. Mack McGuckl1n lxent Mc-ssiuuore and David Ligon. 90 XX'ho's XY'ho for 1996 were st i X 1 in on 1 t 4 1 H N Kent Klessainore. jaines Moslu Nui wx i c Cinnit Qhurm Ann Mun dt-rs. Lorixiinc Ciilanze. .ind -lulie Downi o Receive School Honors The student body and faculty of Norman High each six weeks choose an outstanding student from each class for the XVho's XX7ho award. Other awards given yearly are the Thompson-Xlifampler award for the friendliest Senior, the Garrison Award for the football players with the best grade averages, the Betty Crocker Award for state con- test in homemalcing and the D.A.R. award for out- standing citizenship. The recipients of the awards are honored each spring at an all school assembly. lnt: riiiizai .iaard '-NlHf'lL'TN .ire lxti n li :ins-in Ci.1r:':sin XII' aan-t listri. ht-tri Cgiitht: Ann Nir.nt:trs 'liz Wa g- it: Nintzgi file DAR De. htrnitr Liars .ind Pa XX ills min. Ciariisi-n those who cheer 93 Z ,4 ,sg JQ. 40 ff :vt XX'.n ni' Argo Dtnnis lit iglan Dill litinie l'liv.x.11vl Til. ill1l'Tf' x lim 3 . 1 lux Mol-lsbx Loi Lireen Alan Grubb f,'.1Alf.' lfw il ion lciix ll.ii:: 11:1 llilflls lliawi lflton ,livl111si Ansil l,t1t1v.i Dr-nn: 51.14 nk., 'H 4 W.. 4.4 li.1.,1.i. 51 . Tigers Hamperec Hampered all season bv injuries. the 1156 edi- tion of the Norman High Sehool football team struggled through it rugged sehedule to post a reeord of three wins. six losses. and one tie. As in the preceding vear. the Tigers hit their pealq in non-conference play with a 5-1-1 record against foreign foes. but again failed to win a game in the extra tough Boomer Conference. The new coaching staff of O. QBuddvj Broth- ers. head coach. and Harry Cheadle and XY'ray Littlejohn. assistants. was greeted with twenty- three injuries. at least one to almost everv player. From the seasons opener with Seminole to the finale against Duncan. the eoaches were not able to wateh a single game without seeing one of their stalwarts being helped off the field. The Tigers began the season in fine form by defeating the Seminole Chieftains 20-O at Owen Field. Normans Alan Grubb to Frank Swafford pass combination was the Tigers big offensive weapon. while David Rice was the leader on de- fense. journeving to Pauls Valley the following week. the Bengals were trounced bv All-Stater Phil Loh- mann and eompanv 38-15. The Tigers were simply Donnie Nlagtzs elude wo opponents to bit-.ik into the open Iwi .1lU1'llL gain by lniuries m'cipmxciul hy the higgur Pazitliuiw. bin fought haul until the final whistle. At linid che Bengals sgoicd in the scmnd quar- ter on .1 liiuiiitli Jim n sxwcp hy' lD.wnniu Nlagcis. but the Plainsincn duplicate-gl this fear in the last hall to cnicrgc xx irh a 'f tie. The lil Reno Indians. who lan-r hccainc stare rniiiicis-Lip, imaglcgl Niwrinaii zhc liallimxxiiig uncla- end and cnicrgul with .1 ZSAH Y1LKUI'l', The gains also mst the Tigers senior ciiiarrwlxicla an-.l ui- captain Alan Cirnhh. xxlin was glisahlcil liar thu season with ii himilqcn ann. Thc lic-ngals nn-xr iiiviiilul laixxtoii. himinc ul thc States nunihcr one rc-ain. and hmnglir loyal lgins hops early in thc ganic by surfing thc lillsst toupli- dmxn. Then Lawtoii rcraliarul xxirh .1 T48 point hlirxlcrieg in ox'ci'pmwi' the Tigers. Rising in new heights. thc Xorinanifcs npscr the previmisly Liinlefeatcd John Marshall Bears ar Taft Stagliuin on a rainy 'lllnirsilay night. The Tigcrs' hig play of thc ganic- was an cigliryviiiiic yard pass play from promising junior' qnarrcrhaclc Ansil Ludxx ig to c-nil Harold Vaughan. All-SKAIC tml VI'-1I1lC Cwalhes HarryChe.1gllc. bl, O. limtliuw Swilffuul in aitiun. -s Vluniiii' fi.lllxiil4 lin XX illgiriwn ls pnllul Jiiuzi .lflsl .i siwir gain A tinw in-vimnr in thi Aliilin xI.ilNll.1ll gaim .and X'Yi'.n Littlginhn rzuizxiitu ,iin.1nti-rhcfiisr main. et? ir l , i 'Z 1-Q 'V fi 4 "-Q! 46 Thoinas Morren Dax id Nelson Larry Pannell jerry Rhoton Dave Rice joe Straw Crzfmiifi Ronnie Stump Frank Swafford joe Guy Taylor Harold Vaughan Pat Wilkinscvn Duane VC'1ll Mike Young Season Ends W The Bengals continued their winning ways the following week by stomping the Shawnee XVolves 54-15 at Owen Field. Donnie Magers led the winners by scoring four touchdowns during the decisive victory. Riding too high. the Normanites were rudely dumped at Chickasha the following Friday to the tune of 55-20. Frank Swafford and Pat Wfilkinson played a fine game for the Tigers, but the line collapsed to let the Chickasha hacks slip through for five touchdowns. Returning to Norman. the Tigers met powerful Ardmore. defending Boomer Conference cham- pion, and came out on the wrong end of a 55-15 score. The Tigers from the south simply out- manned the local Bengals. The Norman season came to a close against the Duncan Demons. who defeated the Tigers 37-6, Looking good in the first half. the Bengals collapsed in the final two periods to let the Deg mons score four times. At the close of the season, honors were passed out. and the Tigers fared well. Stellar end Frank Axid interest shows in the faces of managers Doug Fea- xer, jimmy Armstrong and Earl Simpson as they clean out a locker. 6-1 Record 5Nx.1Irw:'J up wacum-J iw Ilmu Unix' Ox,.1l1.+m.m .ML-5I.1tu twill. lmizmlx .1111 zxdxlu Ion bifyw. xxcrc dimcu tw .ill-m11tL':'umu iwrwrs. NXIIITC Sxmlfnrd m.1Jc Thy Dumau Bdlllltl' pXllASouthcm squ.1J. HIYIQUI' yxxmf Lumix fur VW .ir LA fur muh Lan hr fCTU'lL'H IAL'ILlI'I1lIlA1Q. ILIHIUI' 1L'ffL'FIUL'I1 FCILIFINIIQ .UCI Hmmzd Iihkk. R.1vCm.JJwx. Iurrx' Harmon. Hmm Ilohmswn. :Xrml LL1Jxx1tQ, DMM Riga. PM XX'1H4m- 5011. .md Uugmc XX xH. Nwplwxm WCB YCILIIAIIIIIQ .NAC ' XXYLIYIIL' :Xrgu and Larry Pmucll. who was sclcufcd as Ill year. ll? I 5 1,4 fu 13 M Qu li 6 C most irnpmwd player mu the mlnlgul this SC ORIKS SQII11111-lu P.1u1x Yillq' lfmd lil Rcmw Idmtoim .Iolm M.1rxh.xll Slmxx me Cihuk.ul1.1 :Xrdmmm Uum.m il 58 ....,,2p 43 6 I3 55 55 5, J Irmk liC.lXLIlL'I' .umdx mu nncmiy Viuux -rn .1 punt mu PM XY1lkinwn lg-.uw mu-1' Una wriwmrwr tw gut .mu u I'IL'.lJ 1w.'.e.'1cJ. D4-umm M.1gL1x Purxtx mu' fm' .1 tumhdmxn ,V , lfsfii ' ' 'A-' V At, ,X . 45.4-.1 J- , .r Er' W. s . 5,8 .fbi r, - :u 5,a 6 44' "gf 8 s Ui-:w":,..l-" " F " ' BL-1 P 4 . rf ' ' ax-,' , '.'gL:gP 3 ., Basketball Led by high scorers Frank Swafford. Alan Grubb, Bob XVright, and jerry Marsh: Chet Bryan's Norman Tigers finish- ed a satisfying season after de- feating such top-ranked teams as Duncan, Lawton and Shaw- nee. These important wins were influenced by the sharp passing and shooting of star guards Dick Denton, Jerry Townley, and centers Howard Black and David Rice. ,fi ill ' .kllllll lmiix NL"'ll'l4u NJ lil I-sluzr shiilcine i h Ardmore ixlayc-rs surround lilack in IH-ry AIM-slm finds out that what .gms Dirk Di-n scutlle tor iehounl MV Ml N1 Mimi- rliiwp' Ah. Ifxrnin in Bob Vfright clears brukbmrtl in lmertvy Alan Grubb: He wonders where the hmkt-r going. went. Coach Chet Bryan. Howard Blutk. Dul-1 Dtnton. Alun Grubb. lynn Kunrey. ,I R. Mnrblex jerry'MarQh. David Rice. Bill Smith. Frank Sxxufford. -It-rry 'lloxxnlug Bob XY'1-ight, lv MN 4 , I rthiil -0 . v .Q 'Y ' Scores X'ffn2,.,2,' Of7,'7'fPZC1Z.' -lg lnlvltlellwllt . . . 5- 3' Semmole . ,.,, ..,, . . il 91 Liberal. Kin. ....... 46 45 P.1lo Duro . 43 63 Amarillo . ,,,,,, 31 65 Sluxvnee .. ....80 66 Northeast .. ..,,,- 15 45 If S. Cmnt . .54 38 ,lohn Marshall ..... .. ..41 51 Lawton .............. .,... . 55 59 Northeast ..... .40 54 lil Reno , , . ...- 10 43 Dunotn . ....... 55 53 Ardmore ...... .60 59 Cl1it'k.1sh.1 . .. . 22 61 luxxton . .56 45 El Reno .... .. .... 55 47 Ardmore .... ....... 5 0 34 Seminole .. .. .50 44 Slmwnee . .42 48 Clticlmsha .... ....... 3 8 48 Duncan ...... ....... 4 6 42 Holdenville ....... 44 Regional: 41 Duncan .... ...4' f f""'x 19 . J 5-11 Tnfalulli J fqn. J - 4. 7 . fo 1 -1 , -Q --as ' T v . . -A Tn 'Q 9.34 rl. ci Inn' xrunh iw' rdwung, lun l.1tctulHlmk thc shut. if ,, ' B Team Marks Up Impressive Record lfifsr nm, .lxwl B.lI'bULIl'. Mglxin Ifrmwt. Flznxmy .Iwm-s. 'lmmtzy P1 Um Hopkins, Scfwnd ram: Guy' BI.i5UU. Ciny Dudwn. john Kully. Dc: Blluun Gilbert Lindcy. Third nm: Lynn Kinircy. Dclniync Guncr. DcXY'.1ync. C untr Dnid Busby. Cuclw l'i.ll'!AX Chrddh SEASONS SCORES -M, , ' .Nfffnmfi U,f1!1ff1jU1,' ' - ' ,MW nw, SJ Ilnldunx 1IlL 5,1 - , - 3- - il SLITUIIRIM' H "VM , Sl SILLNNIIKL li V' Ii Nuflh lfxst ll p Tift ' , A f AQ I,.LxxZw1m V ,Ox Si Nuflll IAN! Sl? i K K ! K Sh ll Ihllll li V t rj A 4 60 Dunnm il fzfv .ifailimlk fri! ' , , I 5 , , f 1 P f NU fllnrylslml 59 ' ' ' ', ff , Q 1 ' I N11 Ii.mT.'n wi I y I I f f Q K II I.l Rum ll 6 N5 Ardrnnn- im ill ' W Q ' 19 1 X- 5L.INIIIU1L' AH ...V 3 , QS Nlmmxtzuz 5' I Vx t gl C 1111-1.1sl1 F .ff M , 9 45 IVDLIIMJII S' AV 100 Baseball The 1956 edition of the Norman High School baseball team was one of the most successful squads the school has ever turned out. Compiling an eighteen-game winning streak. the Tigers swept to the Boomer Conference championship and won the University of Oklahoma Baseball Tournament. the largest of its kind in the world. John XY'oodall, pitcher, and Larry Coffey. infielder, were named to the South All-State team, which was coached by Chet Bryan, Norman mentor. Prospects for this years team were considered rather uncertaing however, Mr. Bryan has never failed to field a winning team at Norman High. Returning regulars were first baseman Howard Black, rightfielder jerry Marsh, centerfielder Frank Swafford. and leftfielder Frank I-Ieavener. Below: This homer by Frank Swafford coniintcd Edmond tatc Dirk Denton to mme to Norman. ef- rl H' 'ff' ,Lx ., Q iff .- ' 'awe' 1 P ' ,M xc t il ,Y K EQ ., as h. ia,-ya. 1 V , ,, a '51-.3k,:33,4.' 5' V- J, ya Q Frank Swafford bowles mer an enemy tattlicr to score the winning run. Hooray? -lerry Marsh hit .1 grandslamer aa at 101 R . 'N I1 'in ' f 5- 1 l' Q' .ar 'Y Track The 1957 Norman High School track team organized and began running in early February. Coach Harry Cheadle, im- pressed by early showings, scheduled an ambitious season. Though early practice was confined to the gymnasium by cold weather, the team rounded into shape quickly. ii 1 son uric iugin cnc irrison, loin lfurtun. .and Daxid Nelson. onl my c i cn 4 1 L 4 er uinc Wall. ,laines Hood. Gaorge Droescher, n ix 4 ci ic x o ch llillilf Clu-.idle PN Q .ln X 'YC' xiii 'n ..a.-..,L . S. 1 Q . - 9 -2'---' - fa fvijhgurqy .3 ,-' Swimming Starts With Splash In early December this year a Norman High School swimming team was or- ganized. Coached by Rick Rowland, ace University of Oklahoma swimmer, the team consisted mostly of Norman High students plus a few University High and Norman junior High boys. The team's achievements have been lit- tle short of sensational. In their first meet the Tigers won the state A.A.U. championship, and followed this with a stunning 50-26 victory over powerful Northwest Classen. 7 "fl Q' 4 '-'I fi-'N 2. -M -1...-f -, ,f, 1. -'- -- ff'-:. 'Q B '. , sirjq Ln Y A 1 v 1- 4' .M wg. ', '.' - ' Nl h4.y5!".,L1.g.f . 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WP' tl. lax 'hr 0 those who buy I05 Congratulahons on Your Yearbook RITE WAY FOODLINERS Down+own Locahon ParkvIew Locahon CRAWFORD AND EUFAULA I425 GEORGE STREET ENJOY aaa BANKING ITH W FASHIONS CITY NATIONAL BANK AND FOOTWEAR In Norman J R SYMCOX P d I Norman Norman Oklahoma SERVING GROCERS AND INSTITUTIONS IDEAL WITI-I QUALITY MERCHANDISE SINCE I879 CompIe+e LIne of FANCY CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CANDIES CIGARETTES DRUGS FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES PAPER GOODS NOTIONS TOBACCO 424 Easf Mam DIaI JE 4 6504 FIPST 0 ALB K -g 1 TYLER 81 SIMPSON CO. L ' I vg - I 1,94 '-Twig X! A wmpug Shu? Invl'res All S+uden+s 'ro Drop ID and Try on Our Complefe Lune of CIo+I1lng S+yIed for Young Men 767 ASP NEXT DOOR TO BOOMER THEATRE O D S DRIVE INN l-I 4 F' Good Food Is Essen+naI Io . 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Por'I'er Dial JE 4-5945 NORMAN SPORTING GOODS Evinrude Mo+ors Boafs Hunfing and Fishing Deparfmeni 72l NORTH PORTER DIAL JE 4-3644 IO9 ALLARD CLEANERS 305 Easl' Main Dial JE 4-7230 CHICKEN SHACK I20 Easl' Maun Dual JE 4 7727 CAMPUS JEWELRY 33I Wesi' Boyd Dual JE 4 5775 FITCH TAYLOR UPHOLSTERY IOI Easl' Comanche Dual JE 4 8528 "Anywhere You Say In flue U.S.A." MASTER TRANSFER 81 STORAGE Exclusive Agen+ for Mayflower Na+ionwide Furnilure Movers TRANSPORTATION SHIPPING STORAGE CRATING PACKING mmm I Mfvflmm Alu X-TE Warehouses ,... il? 'T 55,1 ,jagu- 705 Eas+ Lundsay Dual JE 4 5I00 C.. 2.772 x xW HILL 81 SHIPE SHOE STORE I22 Easl' Maun Dual JE 4 6244 at M a uf L N u R Qu 1 bufiucfx 5 Q QQRIIPMEISQTXN 6594.4 f J MACKS FOOD MARKET S 8: H Green S+amps 600 Nor'I'I1 Por+er Dual JE 4 6626 NORMAN S VETERINARY HOSPITAL I30I Norfh PorI'er Dual JE 4 I890 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO I2I Nor+h Pe+ers Dual JE 4 5820 O O T O O O ,.51fff"i, . - 432-9 Q L-.i,,q-.T , ,i x Fu' ............ I LL. 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TN . 1 1, lf - Index Kalman Teresa 41 65 8 80 8 Kelley J hn 47 1 Kelley hleen 65 89 f Ken all ly-1 65 80 811 Krdcl j11hne1le47 65 K1les Becky 41 65 66 69 K1ll Dayld 13 0 K1ll Iwfarlan 47 65 81 KIIUC bherry 47 57 67 K1mrey Lynn 11 90 Kmg Glendota 78 Kmnaman Terry 5 5 K1r Clydette 47 15 I 68 fl Kr Sally 8 57 53 ll-1 Kc1r1,an Na11m179 56 Krcufberg, Kennetl1 79 Laclx Sl11rley47 58 65 68 Lan Mr H C 14 McElhaney Ray 56 57 l MCEI aney Robert 91 and Bob 471, 6 57 6 ee Shar 58 65 c uc ack 79 5 , MC uclx Roger4 55 Q eynol Betsy 79 l' ackey IN r j Ma ole Doy 1 79 Madole 11111 y 9 Ma Dunme 94 97 ju Ellen 511 ansf1eld 11r1ly Mansfueld 41156 57 appes lyn 41 X 7 Map sl! ancy 71 77 N4 R 41 89 99 lf Lfarler B1lly 49 Xlarsh Je 9 Maft1 Mosley Lynda 10 65 67 C8 99 Moth Kenneth 78 Mlot Walter 78 f s Haze usgroye Barbara 41 Mur n y 48 ry 48 u 18 52 N son Dayld 30 68 90 96 107 IN yyby -JIIUIUY 79 Nevysom M ry ane 51 I 77 73 89 he t 1ley 31 76 9 Noa 56 lNcr trom a y733168 77 81 orr1s Vlfg1D1d3O 51 57 58 68 89 Northc 15341 65 66 Ollp a 30 78 41' 31 11 OIN D1rrely711 Osb me Durothy 48 Iv Q, lame 79 Oyen C n1e4165 74 G e 8 NIart1n Martrn ul1ne 77 ,171 ,1 .. . Landon R1char1l 55 311111 Lane Harr1s11n 9 Maftln Lane Heyy 1tt 79 Le1be-nderfer june 40 65 Le1benelerfer Mary Ann 79 63 Iessly Anna bue 41 77 Lexus 11111115 10 L1 ary Club 67 K Bhubet 767 L1y,11n DlXld QXYQB 1lbert 1 7 5 L11 101111 Mr rayN IX a hle X L 11 y km my ,Y9 IC 7 X 71135.81 11 ' H615 '5 X L 1,1111 JCJNS my M my da L c ti? 8 rle X L f1 11 f. X L ng 571 1 S ey be myin Ike 19 X C .lr cgmm KX 9 :SK na janx 41 I26 N 7 U M Xiar 1 AAJU Mary Sue 30 65 647! 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