Normandy High School - Saga Yearbook (Normandy, MO)

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Shay, head ol tlwe Science Department and sponsor ol tlie lVluseum Club, vvliose untiring ellorts in lnelwall ol tlie sclwool liave torouglit lwim tlie love and admiration ol tlie entire student lvody, tlwis lnoolc is gratelully dedicated as an acknowledgment ol l'1is willing and unsellislw service. Dedication Foreword 'fm I' ,. , .. ,1 ze 5 if ' , M We, lhe Saga E y h Slaffofl93l, offer lhis book to you in the hope ihaf, in Ialer years, when you have f taken up the pleasures ana' burdens of lyfe, il will arouse happy re- colleclions ofyourschool ly'e ana' live for ever as a memorial lo those years atNor- mandy. Ili .VI - h 5' 9? x I' , .V r, ' Pwr ' ,. 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The fail- ures and discourage- ments of life ever beset Youth, but Youth is optimis- tic. qlFriendly, stimulating, and convincingly healthful, it ever strives to succeed, and although its tasks and obligations are great, it is capable of striding resolutely through any circumstance with up- lifted chin. Ill Youth is so elusive, vanishing mirage, but is definite-a valuable asset to those who possess it. l..ife's tenderest expression is visioned and made manifest, full of the silence of ac- complishment. Ever be fair to Youth, for Youth is the golden a g e TW? ,4 aw 0 s if fro. af ff ga la .-zzz. 1""N' 'S amy ,J fir fm . ...iv "'i W ft WP fi ' ' . , 1. 1 .1, w 4 . 2 , A :ii , -4 E -Sw , x 7. . X h. , ,ff .t g gf if ,Kg-4 ' - fr! K I N... , "ag K N 1 - .0 ' ' , - ' . X' t. .- li' 'X' iv A , 1 " I I , N , Z -Vi' , ki , . 2, ' H. 'Q ' A Q ' ' J 4 ' N i.: wh 1 ' 1 -N, ,nt Fix. 'fW"- X 1 ' I K5 f . ' J .,.N-.b.,.nr-azmv.:vL1'm-c A 1 .' 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During the past year the Georffe WHShl1lg't01l Grade School has been completed, This new and modim educational center was built for the benefit of Vinita Park pupils who formerly were forced to attend the Harrison School. Unfinished work of past years has also been completed. Additional rooms have been built on Bel-Nor to accom ' ' ing enrollment. X Y'll0Kl?lllP llll'll' UVPI' lll0l'02lS- 'Ni 1. X Skelley Miller Kruse Rothenberg' Froyy Talley Liese The late bond issue, sanctioned April T, 1931, by Normandy property owners, amounted to titty thousand dollars. llappily it did not increase the preceding tax-rate. These bonds are made possible by the increase of assessable property in the district. They will be used to provide ' ' ' ' ti G' ti Xld Harrison, Lincoln, Mc- ' in unproxements and l110ll91'lllAdl10IlS a ar e , Kinley, and Roosevelt. and to obtain new school sites while prices are low. This is a strategic move toward better school conditions in later years. Added to this the entire faculty of the Normandy District has been raised from one hundre d and nine to one hundred and eighteen. The Normandy Board of Education is indeed deserving of praise for their many appropriate services. illk 1 e lue 542+ f .swam-1 hignawp ev- vw- ,,. ,ff ,,. l . 9. ' lve Ce -"wwf f -1"'p'f:.vfe-A' -new -f....sw-.U-ll -: :U f-. f-'-.f-,--+---s--,-.-sf:-f-----..- s- e- f -V - - - , - qw, . r ,,.,- ... e .. Q v L. . f-..e-, - ..-v-'M . ff , , , - --f ,Q-1 , . ,, , - , , ' - . ,..-,, , A -sf N , -,mfs 121115. f K ,E I ., w h , ef-: J" Nmfif, ?eb,.::s!-.F-.3 ,,..:,f,T.?55Y' 3:--14.1 ,-.fr gm- .,.:,.f-gf:-.I -'e1j'?- 53-sqifsga-,aff- .--,.1 - '. 02 ah-ff?" f' "rf-vi:-3"-i.7ver1'f'f:1"jf ,L A-. . - -. . --- , V snvhse .L ..-.f we--. if-s ,- ' .. rcz.-. -cf-'.,.-'...i... e--:a:'1T,c .s-1-.rxr .9-wgsf:..' ,gw -f-'g..Jp . '. -v 1. -..x XL - - The Administrators As Normandy High School is nearing the close of its eighth year, Mr. Shouse, our capable principal, is completing his eighth year also. His friendly and individual interest in the welfare of the students has won his myriads of friends. Before coming to Normandy, Mr. Shouse taught high schools in Wyoming and Missouri. A B. S. in Education was conferred upon our principal by the Univer- sity of Missouri in 1918. In 1926 he received his A. M. from Teachers College of Columbia University. R. D. Shouse Mrs. VV. Bolm H. Green Mrs. Bolm, Ph. B., of the University of Chicago, has been added to our executive force with the title and duties of Junior Administrator. At thc beginning of the second year of Normandy High she joined the faculty, teaching seventh and eighth grade English. In her second year she was given ninth grade social science. For the past tive years the pupils in the seventh and eighth grade have received their mathe- matical training from Mrs. Bolm. Besides the added responsibilities of record Rlld program work, she is sponor of the Corridor Officers. As congenial a11d good natured a person as can be found is Mr. Green, the assistant principal of our school, For several years he served as coach of Normandy High, but the multiplicity of his executive duties became such that it was necessary for him to be relieved of the duties as coach. Some of the important positions held by Mr. Green before he came to Normandy u ere Athletic Director at VVestministe1 tfollege Fulton Wlissourig and principal of Lentre and Clayton High bchools. Q Al ik Page Jhirteen Y v 1 L 1 1 , ' 1 9 1 V W , ' ' " ' - A.. -- , - ,I Lrg, ,J-Q .A5L.g.,.,-at., . .......,,.. 3,-.,-1-1 '-'- 1, z4'.....?...,'.-f.c. ....,..-.-..,..-.1,, -:-,.--c.....,a.-a..,..:-. .. .:-..,-.- ees.. . .g..-......,....-1.-..q.. I f' 'ffl P'-1'Lf-E5 ff'-' ffgii-i5353i1iei"if:i?1-'g7f'-TVWP :"f?:jfLEiT'X 'ff'-5,1-'J'T'i?if1" .557 "::I'YT3:1f'.'E::"'i'x'r'f':"3,'Q"'J , ' 'L ' li 5 , 'i j,3j,1j""" ' "1 Th F I e acu ty , . B . W. F. SIIAY. A. B. ELEANOR ROGEIIS :EQFIVALENT OF B- S. Iowa State College ' xIGreenvi1le College Foods nebraska University - Toulouse University, France Clothmg , . Management of Cafeteria Science MWSCUM Club MARY Housnoox. B. S. , IN EDUCATION 'WL ' University of Missouri Post Graduate: Columbia University of ANNA S'r1i,xssxER. A. B. New York, Washington University Wa.shingtoi1 University Spanish Social Science Senior Social Science Saga Courier EHJANOR Forms. A. B.. A. M. Washington I'nivei'slty English Girl Scouts . .,.,. ,. Ms... l.,...n... in Joux KltftliI.IN. B. S. Bradley Institute Auto Mechanics Senior Industrial Arts Dewi-:Y A. Sc-1111.1.. Pu- B. Shurtleff College Social Science MARIE LUFISE COOLEY. A. B. Washington lfniversiti FRANK BIGSHY. B. S. IN Puvsuuu, EIIFCATION Kirksville State Teachers College General Science Junior Athletic Club Gi-:xicviicvis SAI.'rzM.xX. A. B. Drake University Mathematics MARY Bo'1"rs, B. S. IN EDUCATION French English, Central Missouri State Teachers College Senior Dramatic Club Commercial Subjects 5 ' ,Q N - Page Fourteen T": '7 T ': f' , . .,,.,..,,,,..,,.-, . J ,.,,.?Q!..i.l. u,.l. . 1 - . I A vt, - 4 f ill.. , -Q L.-A-'F 1 lf--54' 'V'-14-,'::x"'f"L3 ' L' -- Q. 2'-92:5 72 ' ":'f'n- : 'QF 7-4 fl- V, ' 17. V' 'Ll' .?..f'!-it-Silt 'Q 11 , A t.. . . , in .17 1-5, 4, .- ' ew 'P' . ... L-:fi-t-i e.. ...-.. .fu -:-L5-s:..3EN L- .rf , 'H fe . V -: ' F- -. ' - . . ,--, . . , ANITA Lo Broxo, B. IN EDUCATION English Honor Society ,... l 1 , C. 0. Goscu. A. B., B. S. Baker University Ozark Wesleyan Kansas University German Gen eral Science University of Missouri The Faculty W. D. CHRIS'1'I.xN. A. B. Westminister College Mathematics S. WINIFRED BoLM. PII. B. University nf Chicago Mathematics Corridor Ojficers Enrru H.ASNEli. A. B. VVasl1ington University English J. L. MAJOR. B. S. University of lllinnis Fniversity of Kentucky Physical Education Boys' Athletic Coach Junior Boys' Athletic Club Senior Boys' Athletic Club VIIlllINI.A FINLEY, A. B., B. S. IN E1muwr1oN Christian College Home Economics Sewing BINE MAY THOELKE. A. B. El.lZAllE'l'lI LASIILY, A. B. Monmouth College Social Science Saga JAM1-:S Hlxsox, A. B. Missouri Valley College English Girls' Glce Club H1-:1.r:N McFA1cL.xNn, A. B. VVashington University Harris Teachers College Washington University Music' Latin Physical Education English Dancing Student Council Junior Girls' Glee Club 5 xl hill: 1154 Fifteen Q 4' 'NIM .A .ff-if :Ants ff .- f. v- - v+1" f:'r:'-fr-w':'f'f'v-If :H '. '-.- -:-5--fc'-F' tr : ' f---'v- -M -. ,,.--, -A f V -- :f...-- ,.,.- r -f-. H- - .-wr--. V' 1' 3ff5 3 "15v'5Zf"i'1fxi":5f.ff?5f'iT3 wljrabf' -1 -f"':Ssf'i"' '93 Q' . 2'-'5 V 'f"1 l Si Y' H- '1 T. Jil'1++"f-A-. 4:19 "M"-' T-235. .I"'53- 'T""55 """ 'Int' '- ' A-0-' U v. , .-2-1 -1 . :':.'..r. ..- '4 1'FL1...1. ..:-?1a:'r' :- 1- ,.4" .:. - . .-e. 1'. . ::Q.. J" i n. - S 932:35 ' J -.Taxi I 3 - .. 59:94,-,.. .ew- 4 ,A I X... -.zclrw , 5:1- - 5 f.- if-v.1,g'.,g '- P '- l - - -., 0... ez'-.Y . .- ,.f. -- A -+51-14 3.-..-aff 1.4, ,vis-ess: est-4 .,.:'-vevxfiif 'tn . - - 1 .7 . . .,, ' , " ,. -. ' -P a, 1- ,Y .fr-r-t',,jZ.',,-. C ag- N x 4 4-s .-Q ,Q N a 1.9.4-. "'-,J r Liga, 4 1 sf '7" "" 4 us I r ff" r The Faculty WAYMON SIIOFSTALL, B. S. Kirksville State Teachers College Physical Education Social Science HAROI.ll Gnovns Eastern Illinois State Teachers College Manual Arts f-., 1. ERNESTINE M. J. LONG, A. B. University of Wisconsin Science Chemistry Club MARIAN BECK, A. B- Coe College State University of Iowa Commercial Subjects Commercial Club M.-rg .L . Do1:0'rnY BLOUNT. A. B. Washington University English Saga LAwuENc'E HILL FLOYD S. HEFFLEY, B. S. Eastern Illinois suite Teachers College IN EDUCATION Ma7l1LaZA7't.Q Northwest Missouri State Teachers College Social Science HELEN KAIII.. A. B.. B. S. Rifle Club IN EvLfcA'r1oN University of Missouri Mathematics Senior Athletic Club HELEN IQORNGULII. A. B., A. M. Washington University Commercial Subjects Q- I age Sixteen Hx-:LEN PRICE, B. S. University of Illinois Art Junior Art Club Senior Art Club LOUISE Klissm-Jn. B. S. University of Missouri Home Economics Junior Boys' Cooking Club ,nm 'I' -1 I-.as 're 4, 4, Q' f-..nf,,,,., I,-r "' .:- Yr.. 'ifai Ja -. . . U , 49355 A A' -?Qg51?"1'?g!.Gf-rug. 1111-'--W4-'-27: z'::---"rg:-""'s 'V b'2 e"" 1-' ws" 'n f- 1 ' '- . 4.., - . 1- 'f' -in'-"' -,':.a,..f we Lf' Mig . K ,Q . ' . " f" ,, L,.1-. . "',. .H a i 'e,.:m. SEL.-1-5:-ff - 25522.-1-,ffvff .??:i '5f.,,. ....,Q1. .-Riff?-:vm-e::."f' Y-.-A-sl .- "' -'H ' - . I I v Y P A - 1 V - . . - 1 ' . , .... - . .. f - 3'3'5"f'1"'Q .4--fe.-f: X4 . 1-r ff - -fe' --Q 5. . - ea... ov H- -- : 4 -Af?-L "1 r .v -xg-,iq nw.:-. -5 .- 11?-kv,-. fs' . ..1., ..-. '.-fx!-'-.,.,. ...-:,. .,l.. 1-.iwv..aE,, -' I 4 g. .- H -, u- ., ' .4 5,hU .,., - 1 0T'ro H. SWYERS, PII. B. ,,,,,,, Shurtleff College " Crozier Theological Seminary l FRANCIS G. LANE, A. B., B. S. IN EDUCATION Central Missouri State Teachers College History Kodak Club The Faculty RUBY LOUISE YOUNG. A. B., B. S. IN EDUCATION University of Missouri English Junior Girls' Athletic Club ALFIIEIJ BLECKSCIIMIDT, B. S. IN EDUCATION Eden Theological Seminary Central Missouri State Teachers College History Supervision of Instrumental Music Debating Team . VERNON J. BARRETT. B. S. IN EDUl'A'l'ION D11-LOMA IN VOICE Northwest Missouri State Teachers College Music Boys' Glee Club Girls' Quartet BEIIAII MAE SWANK, B. S. Kirksville State Teachers College Graduate Work: Columbia University of New York, and University of California Mathematics HEI,EN B. AYARS, A. B. Washington University Librarian English A. F- SIIIPIIERD, B. S. Bradley College Social Science Senior Athletic Club Junior Athletic Club vine,-4,115 .A ff N,-alt ,tp ,dx DOROTIIY FAGER, B. S. IN Elll'C'.XTION University of Missouri Physical Education JENNIE PUNSIION State Teachers College Penmanship Spelling HE1mER'r L. GREEN. A. B. 'Centre College Assistant Principal Commercial Law Salesmanship Algebra xi Page Seventeen A' 'u' ,S - 0 . ,, ,. el-, - .- .-. ,HI , . -47.3,-fr -w 1.-A-:e:'n1-:rags-1335 H 1: 'gif -if ,, I .-f:'-":- 31- '- "- 5. M f ,L Y,4,.,.g gy. 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Second row: VVise. VV. Brown. Talley. First row: April. S. Brown The Student l'ouncil is the governing body of the high school students, and it is to this body, sponsored by lllrs. li. Thoelke, that the many problems of school lite arc llI'Ol1Q'llf for solution. W A variety of new and puzzling problems was brought to the Council this yea1'. all of which were solved most successfully. One of thc out- standing needs of the school this year was the necessity for bleachers on the athletic iield. When informed of this, the Student Council at once provided the necessary bleachers, They secured money for these by giving: three dances which were very successful. X ' A new plan ot' electing members to the Council was devised this year. 5 I9 t'a'ndidates were selected by the Vouncil and then submitted to the s faculty to vote upon instead oi' allowing' the students to select and vote upon their own ehoiee as was formerly done. This new plan was thougrht better. as it grave these honored positions to worthy people. i. 14.3 ' P ... Page ldighteen . a t e z , aie.fff9ali"?-Qsffmsfef-:i?r15.E 'iiiiifefffc '5"E1':. fft" 5. ".---W'-- -r f- -cas-:L-X - - 4.-1-1. .L ,. . - N ., ,, s .L 1 ' ' s 1'-V " " 2' f " 'x 'Q x if .r r1.:',..Y '-: -, -- ,A , A ., .- -7 , , The Corridor Qtticers Captain .... . .4,,. Edwin Strickland Douglas Bourncr Scrgeants .r,.r Web Grecn l George Labuta v Sponsor ........, ......,. N Irs. Bohn The hourly traffic ot' Normandy Iligh School is guided, restricted and regulated by the UOI'l'lll0l' Officers who willingly give their services to this cause. Third row: Heibel. Holm. Strieklanil. Iietko. imiming, Vtfillizxm Green. '14-ond row: Fink VV1-b Green. Koenig, Bowman. br . First row: Bold. LziButu, Alberts. lianuenhersr, Kruse. The entire organized toree consists ot twenty-tour hoys representing each grade in the school. The captain, who is elected hy thc fellow- inembers of the group, is usually a senior, Thus. he is more capable because ot longer experience. Edwin Strickland, who succeeded Peter 00811105 to that position in the middle of the 19251-330 terin, was again chosen this year. lle has per- formed his duty adinirahly as a substitute for absent statt lll0llllN'l'S, and as an instrument to prevent congestion and to promote rapidity in the disniissals oi' assemblies, lle is assisted in his efforts by three sergeants: Douglas liourncr, 'VVeh . Green, and George Labuta. llnder their direction are twenty privates, -X A who, at their various posts throughout the school. discipline thc crowd A4 of hurrying feet and enforce the tow siiuple trattic rules in order to f insure swift 1I1OV0lllltIlf and at the saiue time safety to the Normandy LJ Ilifrh bchool students. lfoi this sirvici we are 0'l"lit u. ig.,e 'Xinttui Av' '6q1,1?s5.,,..s qw- f ,nog E xr, v w 1 - Q 1 i , - , . if 1 O P, ,. Y- , Bl 14 , ' A I 745 .. , '?LJ'lf4.' ag.-V"-' ,a3sf-g,y.:-- " ' 3 -:-sg--'xr--' rr :.g.:'-f-.r-5---gg-A fs--. qv Q, r . ,. ..g-raw., W 7 . .,f,.,.'..- 1,14 . ..,,,,-. " ""'i?l"'3 ' P e z., . - A - 'WL 20- w i-r""2? . . . ., . ..... .... L. .. - . - . .QM .. ,.,,qr...1g ..,., ,:. -:....y-fg..g.,.,u- 45.1-Dizid.-A4,--,Z,VAMW-.:v-5'.,:L- .' 'll It has ever been the ambition of man-kind to r e m a i n youthful. Senility seemed a blot upon life. qIThe burning desire to regain youthfulness in- spired Ponce de Leon to explore Florida in quest of youth's miraculous fountain. Youth is effervescent, much like a gin fizz. It constantly bubbles over with vitality and causes latent achievement to materialize. 111 It is usually in good form to be youthful. At times. however, it is to say, in the least embarrassing. lts bang and and uproar are confus- ing, its possibilities appalling. lts tem- po is rapid and filled with color CH WWIRI 11-,Q I I' ' . 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'?S5 '1v "'3!T"""'9n"' F -1, - --nw --.,fa-f- . .. ,, -f-asf' ,f 1'--.nf-JL.,-.,: 7?,+, , :, , . ff H rt 3 J K4 , WL V'-: , ,5 1 . g'?f'F37-fT'5" "fn: t"'-'- ,4""' " "F ' 'KJ' 'ur 'fv - - -fr V -- . . ,f , , .,, ,. ., . . ,, - i, -6: A . .g-. .-.-. uf., , ., .M-ef.. . -. H, we Y .---,. . ,m,- , , A., -,,,,-N,-.,,.g1:L-v- Mu sa.-,,,, , S, A.. .,,.- - - 1 .Ein jLf:jg,i-.,.e3-F:-5:,,.-ay. ,Aff. -.1 f..,,. .2-.ng -.,-.:A,f.d,,.N5,.2,- .1--4-1-,.,,:i, E, -1--. , ,L , , 5 '4 A 4,1- . .. -1 f., . ' The Upper Sensor Class , e , Q Flcun RAIIXIXG Not foo serious. not foo gay, ' 3 Just fl rare good fellow. l'resiflent Class, '31: Football, 530. '3l: Glee Club, '29, '3o. '31g , '7l'f'l'6tUl4 'Rik '31, Tran-k. '30, '31, ' Hi-Y, '30, '31. Ev:-:INN Lorzsvu .1 f'1lCll"l7lll?g Combination of fl'l1'OIlf1l and se1'ioz1.s'ne.9s. Secretary Class. '31, Pep Club, '29. '30, Trefxsurer, '31, Operctta, '29. '30, Glee Club. '29, '30, Courier. '31, Student Council. '29, Hockey, '29, '31, Basket- ball, '30, Captain, '31, Dramzitim- Club, Bl'lRENIf'E M1-:YEKS A lnmdle of good nature, And a willing helper. Soldun. '28, '29, Vice-President Class. '31: Athletic- Club, '30, 'Ba.seball. '30' Basketball. '31, Hockey, 31, President Pep Club, '31, Courier, '31, DKlI'CiI..-XS BUVRNER Life without sports is not life. Treasurer Class, '31, Corridor Officer, '28, '31, Football. '28, '29, '30, '31, Hi-Y, '29, '30, '31, Track. '29, '30, '31, Dramatic Club, '29, Saga, '31, Courier. '31, VVrestling', '31, Jonx AYARs Nilcuee is more eloquent than, uvords. l'. City. '28, '29, Corridor Officer. '30, Truck, '30 Glee Club, '30, '31, Basket- ball. '31, Tennis Club, '31, MAu.Iolm: TAYLOR .1 smile is the some in every language. Glee Club, '28, '29, Operetta, '28. '29, llramatic Club, '30, '31, Pep Club, '30, '31, Courier, '30, '31, Hovkey. '31. DAPHNE F1'I'ZNVA'l'ER 11's the irorrls you say. .lnd the smiles you wear, That make the .s-1u1shine eue1'yu'l1e1'e. Pep Clu-b, '28, '29, '30, '31: President Class, '28, Honor Society, '28, '29, '30, President. '31, Museum Club, '29, Courier, '31, Hockey, '31, Baseball. '3l. Jo1iN WALZ Deeds are more importcmt than ufords. Clayton, '28, Museum Club, '29, Tennis, '28, '30, '31, Track, '29, "B" 'Team Bas- ketball Captain. '29, Basketball, '30Z Chemistry Club, '30. LVCILLE Poixrox N Full of pep. full of fun. Never quiet, always on the run. Courier, '28, '29, '30: Editor, '31, Saga, '31: Hockey, '29, '31, Basketball. '30, 81: Baseball, '30, Pep Club, '29, '30,'31, X ,, ALll'l'I KEMPI-:lc 5 1 fx The gentle mind by gentle deeds is X knoivn. ' Glee Club. '28, '25l. '30, '31, Opcretta, I i '29, '3o. '31. O ' fn ' Page 'Pwr-nty-two -'zo-Yfj1'f"',,21-?'.11:55?1frP' "Jef w" " I. 1' A "' Q . , , , e' . 1 "" 31. QIQYV ' . "T --E "-Heir?-an Q by 5 I Q-,I -3 ,. A X , , N 1. . 'zu-" -491. -It ' L' i-,A-1,-' -4 ' - . 1. - - -- ' , - -, ,--. -Q , v,.,, ,. F , 3-,.-, -1 , . 3,-' 3, 415: '-' -..4-4 . az. ' , J-': ,w:::a , " ,- ...xl ef:-.1-c 7--1221-eff: -.,ff:f'i-,ities .-ef:f:..-4-,-'15,.-.fs -4-3. .3 - '- N . . -f . e L' -3' . f The Upper Senior Class i f JAMES Hsimr A hero should alirays be fall. Corridor Officers. '31: lbraniatic Club, '30, '31. -., . Q. Q LL0YI1Bi'ux-:LE Fun. let me to it! Rifle Club, '283 Museum Club. '29, '30. 313 Basketball Captain, '30g "B" 'Team Football, '30. Captain, '3lg Basketball. '31g Hi-Y, '30, '3l. Jeux KNOBELOCK Many a genius has been slow of growth. Rifle Club. '29, '30. '31g Glen- Club, '31, MARIAN VINYAIIID With a. disposition noble and sweet. Operetta, '29, '303 Glee Club, '29, '30: 'Tennis Club, '31. Euwrx S'r1uC1i1,.xx1: Honor is his through honest toil. Museum Club, '29. '30: President Class. '30g 'Corridor Officers, '29, '30, '31: Box- ing Club. '30, Student Council. '34v. President, '31, Dramatic Club. 'Zin '30. '31. LEUNA Bsxumwr Goorl thoughts are like spun gold, Operettu, '28: Glee Club. '28, '31: Ur- chestra, '29, '30g Library Club. '30, V10L.x DICKIIAl"r Calm and serene as the summers sun. Peace and joy she wishes every one- , Beausmont High. '28, '29, '30g Norman- dy, '3lg Kodak Club. '3l. V1m:1NIA HL"Fl'IllSON She is as constant as the stars. Operette. '28, '29, '30, '31. MARY Jouxsox A charming lass, with thought serene. A happy way and quiet mien. Pen and Brush Club President, 'Zin Saga, '29g Courier. '28. '29, '30, Pep Club. '29, '3l: Tennis Club, '29, '302 Kodak 'Club, '31, Rl"l'lI SCIIAPER Born to excel and command. Glee Club, '28. '29, '301 Operetta. 'ZS,'2!f. '30g Pep Club. '293 Courier, '30g 'Pype Team, '30, Kodak Club, '31, Page Twenty-three avi. le? ' " "- "-'Grin-1??5f?7"'v.,fff?S4'f"'1?"i'31-it 1' ,f- S-ff:-ff--'f. ' ,1 -f":- -.1,,'- -,,- I-, - , . ., ,, W., A T-. .... -.. .,. ' N-, ., . 4- ""W5e'2 f F e-' Q Te ? . C 'fi ve-v Hze-'f1"iw-:,5.'-:sax-1 '-'uf-w1'sc':-we e A . . ... . ,. ,.,,,.f.... . ... f.:.,-... ,,.. .:. . - - - ', zzz .... , ,yr Th- A, A ,L YZ-- im-4-,'.,w-,U:---EIN-I-14 Q15-- A -,,Al N l ifztfgy-Q. ff., , A. .1-at A if. gg-Y., J'1'-'vigil ,-L-3.175u-,v.k,,7,,,. ,.--,,W,.. J!! , mygg: wh-Qfli. '-4-,g ' 125 . .f,,, J 'in-7?P'1-ggmcf'-Y ,.v'Zv b 'S TTCT 'VL'-?QL"': F--QTCP: ' ' 1" Qi ? ' ff P"a'Z, PHP' x 4- r rf .., , 3- fv .- w"-1-- ' -- " .,. ,' .... ...- ,, . , . f , , . .4 . , .. ,V ,,,, . ' A.-.3-. ..E-':. .. . mf-L,4I'!?!"'P1-I-!-Il:2'4-fl-:..,w1Z'Ffs:i:'l lL-.I .1-.L gm-JE!-...?2?::?a:'4r f-' . '1 Ir?,!.f"'f"5! :f?-:!'-!.--491, Q-- . ,2! 1.5!,I 9 1 'hi The Upper Senior Class ANNA MARIE XVISE The uvork is done and 10011 done. 1,ibrzu'y Club, '28. '29: Pop Club, 'Sling Saga. '30. Eclitmn '3l. MIYAIIREIH Jam' .. The less 1h.erf' 'is lf'!l7'11f'Il. the less Y There is fo forget. Athletim- Club. '2S: Operettzl, '29: Gln-B Club '20, '303 'Fwnnis Club. '20: llllTl'Ill'j' Club. '30: Kodak 'Cluln '31. Emml: GA'l'llI'lMAX Worry and I 7Ifl'I'P nerer met. Ruud, '20, '30, '3l: Orc-l1esl1':x. '2!l. '30. '3l: 'I'l'ac'k. '28: Ba.sk0tbz1l', 'filg "B" 'lvvillll Basketbzlll. '30. HP:1.1-:N Ii.Xlll,lCli'l' A1111 Why shoulrl Iife all Inbor lm? Athletic Club. 'ZSIZ Glm- Club, '30Z Kodak Club, '3l: Pen Club. '3l: Courivr. '30, '3l2 Upel'c1tta', 'SIL EnN.x Kl.lNliPIllI"l'SS Ready fo u'0r1,'. and rmrly I0 1110-11. I-Ieaf1y fo help 7l'7IE?l1f'l'f'I' she' muy. Glee Club, '20, '30, '3l3 Ulu-11-tial. '20, '30, '3l: Gym Club. Sem'etm'y, '283 Houm- Suviety, '28. '20, '30, '31, Saga. '30, '3'l. SARA B.u:x:III'lcs'l' Jllorlesf. yvf IZZPIIIOIIS, Soldau. 'QSM Normnmly, '30. 'Rlg Com- luerciul Club, '30. '31, CUHRINIC KFIl.I,PIY' A true frieml is forever fl friend. l7L'l'ki'llSUll l-ligh. '28, '2!l: ill'l'll0Sll'2l. '20. '30: Glee 'C1ub, 29, 303 l,ib1'u1'y Club. '30: .Xrt Club, '3l: Szlwl. '31. EARL BL.xN4'u,x1um A boy of spirit. Hi-Y Club, '30, '31: Cl196l'lP1fUlt'l'. '30. '31: "B" Class Football, '3lg Open-ttz'. '30- '31: llrnmutic Club. '313 Gleo Club. '30- '31g Courier, '30, '31, Al,lRFIIl'l' RYAN Lets not his heart be f1'ou.11If'rI. Ilzldio Club. '28, Mus:-um Club, '20, '30, '31, Q DoIm'1'uY H1-:ln11:Nlu4:1c'u . Pleasavztness is cz jewel. l Athlfftic Club. '29: Pep Club. '29, '30: l Glee Club, '30g Upvrettzl, '30g Kodak Club, '31, A - ,p E ."' . O " f- l'ag'e Vwenty-foul' . ., -V ... . . V - Q. - ., .-.:g..--f 12'-cf -' ... - X wfgjf.. 2- -M y ' -ffl , -- -- .. -SJ "1 ,:.,gv..:e ', -,. f i , , , , -. ., t. A-f-'fw . --,,1-. -21' 1, . - f ,,.,V,, .f 4 ,, , A s , . h U N 5 , .,,,, 1.-,-. -.-. 4-evil ... -Q L, ,raw-1-.1 f ,. ,.. .,4:f.-:?.-c'e- N-N.,-, :et-....,c.1-7.1-.,-,.?:.zm-, -:-Hw:.:- ..- , .s-ring, 1 ,,-- -. 1,.,1..-.1-if , The Upper Senior Class AN NA ColcMAc'1t Eloquence that charrns and burns. Starlles. soothes and wins by turns. Pep Club, '28, '30, '31, Museum , Club, '29, Operetta, '20, Courier. " " '31, Kodak Club. '31. Y Romgivr NIORATII There's no need of rushing Life's short enough.. Boy Soouts. '28, Rifle Club, '28, Band. '30, '31, Orehestrzi, '30, '31. Noi:M.xN SCIIELI. Thoughts are niightier than human strength.. Maplewood. '28, Baseball, '29, '31, Track. '29, '31, Rifle Club. '29: Band, '20, 'l'r'nnis Club, '29, '31, Footbnli, '31, VV1'est1ing Club, '31, J1+:ANN1+:TT1+: HANKS Her mission. is to make someone happgl West High, Minn., '28, Centrn1,'30, Nnrmancly, '31, Glee Club, '31, JANE VINYARD An earnest seeker after knowledge. Operetta, '29, Glee Club, '20, '30, Li- brary Club, '31, ELSIE KAMUF Whatever 'is worth doing is worth clo- ing nfell. Honor Society. '29, '30, '31, Athletic Club, '29, Hockey, '29, Captain, '31: Basketball, '30, '31, Baseball. '30, Pep Club, '31, Type Club, '28, '31, Courier, '30, Saga, '30, Emviimm FRIc'm:Y True to his tvord. his icork. and his friends. Rifle Club, '28, Tennis Club, '29, '311 Athletic Club. '30, JACK SIIAFER Fortune gives out her favors To many a Donny lad. But when she came to "Jae" She gave him all she had. Dramatic Club, '28, Treasurer, '29, President, '30, Courier. '29, '30, Saga, '28, '29, Track, '28, Hi-Y, '30, Quartette, '29, '30, Double Quartetre, '29, '30, Glee Club, '29, Vice-President, '30, Cheer Leader, '29, '30. Miwiusn BLAND Neatness is her crowning grace- ,x- Commercial Club, '29, '30, 31. FERN OELLERMANN Gentle of speech.. beneficient of mind. Athletic Club, '29, Pep Club. '29, '30, '31, Glee Club, '30, Operetta, '30, Cour- ier, '30, '31, Hockey, '31, Basketball, '31, I X f X age Twenty five 5 wee ,A N, A U p - . - .-. 1 -, -we:f-fra'.1ff,2f"f23fre'131'a'11i T' '-lie' I 'N-.f f':'- ' w.-sp ,eg ,-, -,.-f. --. .Quaii31x'fli',-E'S5 f7Ft-.fi?,..-1-'arsf04,5-be Ridge'-.. 3 ' Q- 'CE' s- .,, - 1- 1 'C Jr-w . -Efsdlgif-',.'-t,Q.-. 34' Tasse -pw .gre ..'t.'1""j-'1fQ,l'-It-f,g v--'-A Q , :'v: .., -. ez-ra .:1v.. :fg.' .:.+t:x+ .-.:,.-f:.1..e.f... . 32. - .'-""TH,- r.- an . .. .........c"'.:,3:-.,- .,J' ,:..:. .1 .. .'.....t,u.-s, .,, ,, ..,,1,,,,,, J ip it .1 . H' ' .sir-x: -1 -l. . -1 '51 Th U S Cl 4' " 2 pper amor ass , , Howlxmm Sw.xf'Ki:i: To be strong is To be hrlppy. l Football, '2S. '29. 9302 Basketball. '25I. '301 Base-bull. '29. '30, 'lllg Give Club. 'Jll: Student Counuil. 'sllz .Xcapelln Chorus. 'fllz impur- ettzi. '31. k , L . AlC'l'llI'R For-:1.srn I am a man of 110000. Rifle Club. '2S: Student Council. -.. Museum Club, 'flflz Clwinistry Club. '30, 31. ' 'Yi' , Hmmzx L1-1 H1-:W Thr prive of ufisdanz is aborf' rubies. Operetta. '2!l: Student Council, 'Hill Glu- Club, .292 Tennis Club. '31, Mnmu-in H.-xmiwox In the Sll7l.S'hl17I0 of hm' c'11e'el.'s. The 1llll'lIl0'Il dimples are at play. Museum Club. '28, '2H3 llrzmmtil- Club. '30 "i1' . . , Hockey. '31: Basketball. '31: '30. '3lg Sturm. '30, 'Eli Honor Society. '28, '20, '30 '3l4 Courier. DAN11-11. Ovxusw' What he wzdertakes. hc' does. Band. '28, '29, '30, '3'l: OI'1-llestru. '28. 'EEL '30, '31: Rifle Club. '29:'ClieimlstryClub. '2lIl: Courier. '3l: Suizqu. '3Ll. W1LI.Lx M Blcowx Wit and wisdom are born 'zvith a man. Athletic Club. '28: lirullnatic Club. 'Btu Glee Club, '30, '3l: Operettn. '30. '31: Student Council. '31, M.u:,loim-1 Fl.:-:Mmm Highly f'ultu1'efi. speaking no ill- Connne-rcial Club. '29, '30, '31, IfA'l'llERINE Dl'l'liXl'1lli'l'll Katlierioze is Chavvning and gay. Joking and laughing the live long day. Glee- Club. '28. '29, '30g Sec1'vtzu'y- 'l'reasul'e1', '30: Pep -Club, '29. '30. '311 Operettu. '28, 'ESL 'IXUS Hm-key. '2S. '31: Basketball. '3l: Courivr. 'tllz Saga, '31, Honor Society, '31, V1m:1NI.x lVlvNu'1im.s Modest like a rose' in the morzzing. Glee- Club. '29. '30: Baseball. '291 Uber- etta. '29, '30g Pep Club. '29, ':Z0: Tennis Club. '29g Knduk Club. '31, Pimlcl, MhIPIII.XX X Her Iiefarf is .full of kim7r1f'ss. Type- Club. '20: ,Xtlilvtic Club. '30. '2l1: 9 4 Pep Club. '31. X I4 l . l'zLu't- Twenty-six ,, ,, . ,v.,-...-. W..-,, . ., . ... 4-..5..,,,.:., . iz.. 1,1 . Z K ll ,I -.:5. .iw . V., 5.5.33 wW,,4:v JG ,I W . W Y Q f ,fl -:- ' .f.x ,-QQ.-f . - , ' 7.-,-.sr , .uf W x., - 1 A gg, H -- 1 - 1: 1.1 'N -v- 3 - - -xi-T, -'A .. J- -1 .f, ,s-.r-:if .1 . . ...x 5. 1 '-' xr'-T-.:. ,:.1- .f ' A " 'N v ,A 1 6 BEIlNlt'l4l Axmcusos I Joy ever attends her. Glue Club. '28, '29. '30, '31s 'l'f-mis Club. '28. '29, '30g l,Tll9l'l'ttil, QS. '29, '30, '31. H.KlllllPI'P Sclulflzull Small. but prec'iou,s.' Operettzl. '28. '29, '30g Honor Soviety. '30, '31: 'U0l1l'iGl', '30: Missouri C'lHllTlD- ion Avcurzlcy Typist, '30: 'VYDO Teilm- 30, 31. Col.l,l:'l"l'l: El.l.1s Tall. 8161161612 siraighf. With, all the graces blesf. l', City. '283 Glee Club. '29, '30g Tennis Club. 'QSM Operetta. '30, '3l:Girls' Quar- tette. '31g Acapella Chorus. '3J. VINt'FIN'i' Om: In days to Come, When his deeds are told, It will be said He reached the "goal". Football. '28. '29, '30, '31g Track. '29, '30: Baseball, '29, '30, '313 Hi-Y, '29, '30, '31, Klfzxxlcrlr Hlfmlflllul-gs The foree of his own merit -mulfvs his way. liiflv Club, '28, '29: Glue Club. '30. ':l1: Courier, '31g Student Coulnvil, '30, Lolclmlxlc DARBY A, smile is ever worth while. Athletic Club. '28, Commercial Club. '29, 31: Glee Club. '30: Operetta, '30. ANNA Blcl.1.l-1 loo My friends are my treasures. Scotland High, Ill., '28, Olivette High. Ill., '29g Museum Club. '30g Library Club, '31g Kodak Club. '31. MAXINE WAYMl-:Yun .Ilan Says 'what he knows. Woman-. what she pleases. Library Club. '28g Dranlzltic Club, '2fi. '30, '3l. Cl.1FFolm BENSON Always '1UOl'ki?Lg, Never Shf7'kl'l1g. Ol'i'h6Stl'ii, '28, '29. '30, '31g Type Tezlnl. '28, '29: Museum Club, '29g Commercial Club, '29, '30, '31: Courier. '31g Tennis Club, '31g Glee Club., '31. Dol:o'l'llY Hol'MlcYl-:lc As merry as the day is long. Athletic Club. '28: Type Club, '29, Glen: Club. '303 Operetta. '30g Commercial Club, '31, Clsumxcu DOPIIIII Of quiet 'ways but brightest tlmllghts. VERNON Ssxsorcl A-1 mind alert. a spirit gay. ,,., . ,., N , . , of - ' '-,. KT. TI 4, -.,1.- f--re :'e--A---M4'.-.- 1 . A - - --f vu-a.-2-1.-. The Upper Senior Class I 5 Pune lu enty seven J. nu' 1 . W ., N ,. ., . I T r W ' - 1 . .. 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AP , ,.. -. .,,.f, ,,.- , . . - -f L 1.4-- pf-W ., ..-.V ,-Q .g.,,.N R v-N -gulf:-gg,- 1 N7.L.:w-mp -3-nf 5llzl.-5.3!,Wie:-1-g,!'!.,!!,,,I..l 137.5-cg ? :zGn!'..5g,l,5 5-E, :.!g-.g.L!i,- -.f ,J -.-I, AM, 5 -.!, -'ala-4.1, x- rglflfzv! I ! -g!, -fl! . -. l g 'Ni -L e- I, In Memoriam t . Tihnmrh Ilkirkvg 1925-153 1 a Q fx N- -4 . 0 ' F- L . ,. Pa gre Twenty-elght "QL-"' 2-1-4 - -3245.5-111'-" 'Pri 111 f"':.,1-"'-H-H - aw' -'J 1'- a uf' . ' L , - -. ,. '- 'f.w"'- jr. .fs+:: -W ' Q, 4"f ff, ..' 'i.? .i1f -Qbfffv- FQ" -' T1- ': f. me, if-'W ":.:Jg...-gs-far: , . .. ...,-,..,,.-., .,-1--H V , f --.Q .,- ff ,f We-2-: ..' - -e+-'f- f - Hz- --T1--,-: "'L: ' ' -5'-'-' ' -"' ' wwe- -V l y- .f,..- . 'J Y - 'yszy . -' ' ,,'Q ,.,-.m:q.. ' . Lxi.e--:- f':::-Azsrzvf-ti ff.: 'r 1 ' W " 4 6' ,A Adams, Elvira Ailiston, Lucille Ansell. Vernon Appelt, George: Atkins, Arthur Barbour, Carrol Baur, Andrew Beahan, Robert Berk, Vance Berry. Helen Blackwell, Mildred Bone, Mabel Bosch, VValter Braun, Norman Brofwn, Seymour Burpress. Harold Burgess, Rhoena Carter. Elizabeth Uummins, Agnes Ilavisson, Betty The Iles-ker, lfltlvvnrd Die-trim-h. Paul Doyle, Russel liiffert. Dorothy l'wt'l'I'il1f.f, Ric-hard Fir-nup, Ruth Fink, Harol-I Fitzwater, Veltln Fleming. David Fleminuy Ellen Fogarty, I'1dVV21l'll Foster, Dudley Frink, Vera Gayer, Margaret Girshner, Althezl Girshner, Richard Gol1lberp.:', Harold Green, VVel1 Hawkins. Fine Harnpp, Ralph Mad die Senior Hampton. XVQ-st Hardy, George Hervey, lonetle Hoehn, Jalrles Hollinprswortll, XY Hopgootl. Uiairke Horn, Stanley Hughey, Roberta Hume, Russel Jenkins, l'1ll5.1't'lli2l Jenkins, Florence Johnston. Ray Kelly, Allen Kemske. ldrsa Kennedy, Rosalie Keys, Gt-ralcline Kissner, lflvelyn Class illrul Kreunkainp, llawrenw- Kroc-ner, liillizln Kuhn, Louise Lzllruta, Genlife liathom, lflstella Iiimlers, Melba liintlley. Katherine Livingston, Ruth lluekimx. Bob Mct'lure, Bill MvLaug'h1in, Burrt McNic-01, Marie Mathews. Copley Metz, Jewel Meyer, Louise Miles, Helen Murty, Edwin Neeve, Harold tbeiger, Edith Ogle, Elsie Mae O'Neal. Uharles Onnprst, Mary Panunast, Ruth -tt. Salzman. Marion l 1 Vert-ival, Billie Phillips. ldleanor Protte, Albert Ringling, Charlotte Rogers, Ralph Rohn, Goltlie Saldofsky, Carroll Sharpe, Miillrt-tl Sims. Vincent Sinn, Ruth Small, Deohelle Sonimers, Muriel Su:-hfort, Yuba Sunrlling, tfhamlotte Taylor. June 'l'ud1l, Q'1nrent"e 'l'hurman, Joseph Timvmenman, Leona Trueblourl, James Wagner, Jack WVaIie1'. Ilartelle Williams, l.a.wrent-e Wilshusen, Ecllwartl Wolff, VVilliam Young. Raymond Zimmer, Harry St-halk, Roberta Sc-hen'1mer, Hzlroltl Schmidt, Rita Svhmidt, Sidney Suhnelle, Ruth Schreiber. Ethel Schulte, Mary Schumacher. C'arl Sc6tt, Jesse Scott, Richard Scruggs, Louise St-had, Rowland A6555 XY 'QE' lun ntx nl Q ,.,,,.,, f- .. .ne ' Y, .. . .,., -M--YJ..-tt Y .,- -5.1-J. --F' ---'----...'- ff- 1 ' Y, ---we..--' 2.f:,g':1-'-':.' ri- " "'F:I- AFA i"f" "Qf6"' f:" f2 4. Q, - 'ff 'i ff - ?1g'3f52'1e ff-Fmif.. 24:5 9 M43 .f -c. -v -' , .l ,,.,,., ,:f--7 ..:,'yQ.,,'-. HM.,-,gg.,-,,, ,f,,f-1, '-,'L-- -.1 4- ,,, gf, -,-:ff K . .,'.g....tf..A... ' -: .-. 1.,..,...gL .., ,,. ,f .,-. tw.--., A -K. sw-'c,s.1ssi"i PB- .-itz: F2 r"-51'-' '-ffl ""' 3255-f"'i' 5631-'m2'?"" -' " 1?5,'?f 1T"3'if'f!'1"' 172,11 -f TEL? Q' ne faihi'-,'P7Z7:.: . Nr-, '.,.-F '1'f' -?.--'fa-1-he-i'E'Eli?s119' '52 -fvgiiiii.-32-:Es A.E'::'4'51-'iff 'W'-a t 'V v w--:wr-4-2 , 5: "4 ' v , ' ....',. f, The Lower Senior Class Adams. Alvin Albrecht, Irwin .-Xlliston. Gladys Bagley, Barbara Barnard. Hope Bayler. Charles Bender. Elmer Bennett, Regina Bishop. Casey Bohne, Ursul Bold. Robert Bowman, Don Bourner. Howard Bredemeyer, Arthur Brown, R uth Bullock, Robert Burns, Ollie Burton, Robert Caugh. Charles Cloonan, lborothy Coates. Margaret Colbert, Joy Conrad, Lorene Culli, Rosalind David, Fred Dietrich, Lillian 'lJilla1o. Ferdinand Doengzqess, Helen Tloerr, Edna Draper, Harold Eckert, Marie Elam, Walter Engelhart. Helen Ermes, Elenor liverhardt. Melba Farber, Catherine Fickeissen, Marie Fiebig, Robert Freese, .lohn Gardner. Merrill f"'Z'-f-VE!-'I. fi-s5?f,'3'Y"'i"7v.'A2e. ""i"J. K fl, M :,,. .,.,. -vw-.f""" ,Q ,., Garvin, Mildred Geeson, Raymond Giles, Dick - Groby, Jessie Guggenbueller, Mildred Haller, June Hanick, Margaret Hardy, Betty Jane Hardy, Margaret . . Heeter, Marie " 1 - Y Henning. Ralph Henning, Raymond Hess, Lynn Hoehn, Delberta Huber, Lillian Jellison. Allen Johnson, Marie Kaufman. Frank Kelley, Benjamin Keys, Edna Kimble. Marie Kirk, Marie Koch. Oscar Koch, Robert Nooney, Margaret Pais. Louis llrass, Edlward Ramsey, Rufus Strathkoetter, Rob Sutton, Doro-thy Tanner, Melba Taylor, Hazel SPI Kohlhauff. Ruth Ray, Billy Thompson, Marry Ellen Knudsen, Ida May Reid. Earnest Torreyson, Russel Kruse, Norman Rickher, Ralph Tschudy. Marian Langenberg, Harold Ringeissen, Opal Tuma, Gottleid Layton. Lola Rottman, Irwin Vinyard, Paul Lawson, Charles Sack, Norman Voigt, Kenneth Letko, Tony Sanders, Leona Wallace. Earl Levin, Ben Schalk, Robert Walsh, Joe Ley, Margaret Schemmer. Wilbur Webster, Nellie Lovejoy, Muriel Schickler, Ruth W1-idner, Wilbert Mathews, 'Thelma Schmitz, Glennon Vve-ssale, Glen Martin, Ralph Sehuimac-her Gertrude Wegtlglke, Ralph McAulift', Kathryn Schwandt, Edwin Vvhitwg-ll, Fred McGuire, Harry Scott, Albert Vvigser, Homer McNichols, Wellington Scannell, John yvillmmg, Betty Mc-Queary, Dorothy Seymour, James Wise Olive Meyer, Junior Shepherd, Ford vvoceft Bin Miller, Eldred Shields, Joe Vvood' Andrew Moeller. Melba Simon, Gertrude W Hgk n eth Moore, Frances Simpson. Geneva U 1 Ie Vg Moss. Opal June Snofke, Fred Yzates, louis Mueller, Robert Stanzel. Jacqueline XYOUUF4- Plftellf' X ' Nieman, Gladys Streit, Martha XOUIIQX Walter 5 e- fl ' it A Q f" 'f'i Page Thirty 1.4-wJ,e-na,-B--. ,, ,e:,... are-f-va-ff:-Afhfif--ef--. .- -:G-'rf,.:,ael5-f ...Ay .. -. . . .. .si .. ,, -1, ,asm-,.. " ' T33-r r r " ' -f'1l?..-F:71L". 4. L+::,. ,e1 1 -4-LJ . Q - ' ' - . . .-f 1.. . .- ', 'f A-.. br --I -: ff f ur' v"'+N M, 1- ' ' Q A f. X Q- - x-1" -' r ' " - c' .Q ' N ,-1 1, -' 1 1 5 r. ' 1 , N fy-fx 1. 1 ge 1 sa E ve -, Q -Q s ' Aitken. Nelson Albert, Ernest Albert, Nellie Andrae, Fred Aschen, :Raymond Audrain, James Bagot, George Balling, Joseph Balling, Robert Bangert, Eugene Bangert, Evaline Bangert, Lillian Bargeon. Joseph Barron, Langdon Bayne, Richard Beard, Ophelia Beeters, Milton Bellerson, Margar Benson. Clarence et Berkley. Florence Biring, Anna Bishop, Samuel Boneau, Helen Bonstell. Albert Bowman, Willis Bown, Helen Brandt, Grace Bredall, June Brinkman, John Brown. Dorothy Brown, George Burch. Viola Burgess, Jane Lee Burnham, Doris Chamblain, Mary Conner. William Copeland, Naomi Cosby. Harold The Upper Junior Class Crider, VVillard Daft, Charlotte Daft, George Dailey, Evelyn Davis. Estella De-Clerk, Eva DeShong, James De-Weese, Vivian Dickey, Joe Dillalo, Michael Eberenz. Roemy Eberenz, Theresa Englejohn, Eunice Green, William Grindell, Dorothy Goodwin, Raymond Hanick. Mary Hann, Eleanor Hardy, Charles Harry. Ruth Hartsfield, George Hawkins. Edtwin Heibel, Richard Heidepreim. Max Helm, Imogene Henson. Margaret Eyerrnann. Virginia Heuser, Herman Farley, Lucille Fienup, Henry Foelsch. Louise Ford, Mary Freise, Bernice Hicks. Lillian Hobrieter. Jack Hoffman, Rose Mary Hopman, Vera Horton. Leola Benson, Marjorie Cowgill, .Evelyn Gorrondona. Virgin ia Howard, Elizabeth Huck. Mildred Humes. Audrey J acobsmeyer, Laverne Jones, Horace Keeven. Alfred Kimmel, Alice Kirchner. Bob Klatt. Irwin Klein, Billie Koch, Charles Koch. Fredrick Krepps, Melba Kruse. Gladys Kuemmel, Herta Kuhlman, Elmer Lehman, Louise Letko, George Ley, Paul Loesch, Marie Lozier. Harold Magruder, James Manstield, Margaret Martens. Clarence Martin, Esther Maxwell, Mary Gene McCarty, Russell Mc'Craig, June McGibbons. John Mt-Guire, Herbert Meade, Vivian Miller. Roy Moore. Donald Moore, Walter lflllroy Mooty, Mullersman, Marjo Muskat, George Nickel, Evelyn Oberman, Ellen Oelger, Ethel Olsen, Adele rie Pelman, Rose Mary Percival, Jane Petersen, Ruth Plasky. Martha Platt, Virginia Protte, Dorothy Query, Harold Richardson, Walter Robbins, Bernice Roberts. June Rohn, Theodore Ruenheck, Wilbur Russell, Genevif-vo Russell, LaVerne Ryan, Vera SL-had. Vlfilbur Schieferle, David Srhleier, Alma Schleinat. Wilburn Schmidt, Melvin Schneider, VS'illiam Schwandt. Irene Scullin. Henrietta Scott, Evelyn Scott, Grace Seabaugh, Vera Shepherd. Mi-lba Sherrod. Glen Siebke, Eugene Silver, Mary Simpson, Homer Stoltze, Dorothy Smith. Nancy .lam- Smith. Robert Snofke, Martha Spencer, Elmer Spotswood, Lf-land Stoddard, Jim t one Sutton, Donald Symon. Dorothy Talley, .lack Taylor, Emmett Taylor, S. E, Tesson, Elouise Thomas. Charles Thomas, Helen Tieman, Norman Tucker, Mildred Turner. Edwin Verplanke, Leo Vie. Thelma Vinyard. Charlotte VVard, Mary Weinert, Vernon VVeiss, Louis VVern, Harold VVernse. Roberta Wesszile. Margaret Wilson, Emmett Winter, Marcella Wissner. Ruth Wright, Wilbur Wulf, Milton Zaehner, VVilliam .bulk . Va:-' Tllir' Y- ' ,,.,L . , . -,f- w- f 55,,v--:3y,1'i'7f:'i:"ff1?A'w'1.jF-5.3L-it ' 'Q,i.3fi'FQ2a""' 47 3 ii""Q3,5'iTi-3Q-" ff ""13" r ' .gl-iz, ' "Li?"Tl2., '1 3-'li-Es3T" ,"'f5Ss'K' 1-7' . ' 5.f-l??5"4'lfffi'5'7'T"i"',, 'G' ' ,, ' "' ,, ,. - -1. -. , .. , . we 4- ...,-- f , .- ... -'fer --..v- ..: Y 7- " f 5'-Q .. --V -. f a, -. .,'f,,-F.,:f'l.,"T. M- ge- - A -- -iq, 1 Q . nf e. . ,. -"s , 4' 1' 7 G- S . .4-w... - -- ,,.-"':-. ,..- "1 " . - ..-.9 . - mm.. -..-1.-L-fa,-J --e eg e-4,4-V V 3,-1 .v-J- f ff A , ' , ,f.,, ,,.,,,,,,.3.4-,..,,,,,q5,-3,H-.J -- . 4' . '-.- -re--.. .-.-- 1 -ag. ,:f.-.-..:. fa .I+ ,.- The Middle Albert, Marjorie A nderson, Margaret Anderson. Ralph Andres, lfllizaheth April, lddward Atkinson. Gertrude Banks, William Be-ahan, Gladys Becker. Usear Bellerson, Clark Berry, Marie Bic-rmann, liorothy Bischdorf. llorothy Bnstwiek, Howard Brown, Dorothy Brozovic. Mary Bullock, Thomas Bunting. Hazel Bush. Margaret Buteher, Allen Capps, .loe Junior Class Ceifh, Georyzge Chapman, Catherine Chapman. Wilbur Cody, Georpqe Coleman, Ruth Collins, Ruth llonrey. Gertrude Cornish, Betty liee Cummings. Lorraine Curtner, Flint llavis, Jack Ileutman, Donn llewing, Essie lloehler, Ernest lvouglas. Melvin l':bE'l'hill'flt. Robert Ferguson, Clara Fleisehauer, l.aVerne lfleshman. May Gall, Virginia Gooldy, Elwood Goette, liuth Graham, llavy Grass, Raymond Grindell, llonald Gruenewald, Lawrei Hajek. Julia Hawkins. Gertrude Hehronk, Frederiek l-lecht, Robert Heim. lloris Heim, Katherine Helmieh, Homer f... - 0 ll'U Henson, Vanita Mae Herbert, Elizabeth Herold, Marie Hertlein, Vharles Hess, Farl Hoefler, Naomi lloepf, Clara Marie llonerkamp, Fred Hopkins, Georgie 5 . Hopkins, Harry llorton, Ruby Huhach. .l, Harry Jacobsen. Anna Marie .le-llison, .lune Jenkins, Helen Johnson. Vera Jordan, Joe Jordan. Ruth Kalvy, lelugo Kaufman, Clarenve Kemp, Harriett Kennedy. Sara Lee Kinvheloe, l,uc'ile Karcher. Margsjaret Kloppenhergx. VVillmur Knarr, Riehard Koenig, Joseph Kremer. .lohn l,ang'enberg', Alma Lauer. Ruby Lovejoy. Shirley Manpxli-r, George M?erty, Althea Maynard. ldlden Mt-Atee, .lerolnie Metllure. Katheryn Mt-t'raig', .lack Meade, lfllsie Miller, .Xlvera Miller. Elizabeth Miller, Jeanette Montrey. llorris Moore. Marjorie Morgan, Norman Murphey, Russell Neece. Edith Newell, llildreth Nil-kels, Ruth Niehoff, Jolee Nikels. Marpxaret Nuoney, Mern Obermeier, llllsie Oekel. Arthur Painter, Lewis Peebles. Elizabeth Pfeiffer, liuville I'illard, l'o::ue, T'og'ue. Thelma Lester Ostos Pollard, Glen Raaf. William Ray. Martha Henman, Paul Robinson, VVayne Ross, Earl Scannell, Edward S4-haff, Clifford Sehiekler. .Iohn Schultz Louis Smith Catherine Stahl, Olivia Start. Hartwell Sti-ge, Robert Storms. Bernive Striekland, Charles Stueve, Ella Suelne, Lorraine Summer. Helen Tavenner, lfldward 'I'ell. Edith 'homas, Peter iinmerman, Lois 'l'oolen, Vincent Traey. Harold Vault-lier, Sidney Vaughan. Leonard Vaughan, Theron X'0lg'tIll2ll'1Tl, Arthur Von Koenitz, Helen Walker. Marjorie VVal1an:e, Robert XValsl1. Catherine VVassilak, Clarence NVaters, Bill VVayme-yer, VVillian1 Westaver, Dorothy Wheeler, Olivia VVliitwe1l. Sibyl Wilson, Mae NVinhusen, Robert VVinzer, Dorothy VVolk. Virginia NVood, Carl NVooden. Robert Young, James 1 fl. ra. g , , ' Page 'l'l1irt5'-two I-vi-1 ,,.,. ',., .A.i3- T, ,Z -43-,cr - genie. -,1'5:.5. vi F i up -gf. 1 g.3x,Y-5 -5y3.?.,,5:3:,5 -,. V ..-- ,,.. ,T .u-R T5 1!.31?v!g15 -,zfemggm ,, ' LE Iv,3F54-!Tr.b!S:rz?f'qf:l11L.v'T'ffiF'fSjft,gyjfff' 3 ' 71339.zeimifafzlis-as-1if-'3l-fb- '-ref:-f'i'?+-911: , . -. ...-.Y . . . . N --. A--e.-,,.... Y . -335, ,yi 4 , , -4 .f -N NM .3 Z, . -f-rf ....,,.. .. u v. i , r Q uf i, +. ' ' ' ' ' "' -f ,, '- -1 , L + Q a .tx t Nc , L- ne- ,. sr, ' Aberle, Louise Adams, Hampton Albrecht, Herbert Allen, Rhonda Alliston, Don 1 Anderson, Margaret Andres. Fred . April, Isabel ' wh Arand, Kenneth Arnold, Hope Arthur, Edward Atkinson, Gertrude Audrain, Billy Aussieker, Melvin Ayars. Virginia Badrk. Annetta Ballqrngs, Ellis Barber, Frank Bauman, Alma X Baxter. Fern . .. -ex ft:-ff ' 1.,- ,,, 'T Beard. Mary Alice Boggs. Mary .lane Berg. Richard Berger, Marguerite Bergman. Alyne Allmendinger, Norman Bewig. Doris Bischoff. George Blanchard, Lillian Bohannon, Charles Bohne. Fairy Boone, Nellie Bostic. Virgil Bostwick, Waldo Bradley, Eloise Branson. Francis Bredall, Charles Bredemeyer. Evelyn Brinkman, Norman Brooks, Jack Broyle, Harold Brunken. Lucille The Lower Junior Class Buck Earle Bulloch, Louise Burch, Ruth Burkhart, Ruth Buzzetta. Samuel Campbell, Elmer Causla nd, Margu e Christiman, Marie Chyka, George Clark. Joseph Clark. Margaret Clarkson, Charles Coons, Martha Cornwall. Marian Cramer, Mary Crouch, Louis Daft, Lorraine Davis, Helma Deal. lildward Decker. Ellen Derrick. William rite Diedricksen, Bernal d Dillallo, Victoria Douglas, James Easly, Freida Mae Eckert, Richard Ehlers, Mildred Engrhauser, Carol Eyerman, Ellen Farland, Franc-is Finnegan. Virginia Fitz Roy, Andrefw Foelsch, Dorothy Foland. Lee Ford. Rosemary Foster, Virginia Frances, Alberta Frier, Clariee Friese, June Fro-w. Fred Gabler. John Gaeki, Anthony l Garrett, Lloyd Garvin. Garland Garvin. Paul Glaser. John Gmachl, Juliana Goldstein, Raymond Graves. Loren Green. Selma Grim. La Verne Grimshaw, Emily Grunert, Dorothy Hall. Inez Hampton, Arlene Hampton. Marian Hanson, John Hardesty, .lat-k Hartstield. -Edward Hartsfield. Mary Haub, Anna Hawkins, June Hawkins, Lois Heed. Allen Heikes, Nancy Held, Alleen Heimkamp, Belva Herbert, Walter Hervey, Alive Hoeffelman, William Holmes. Marguerite Hoppe, Fred Huggins, Donald Hul, VVilliam l-lunt. 'ltd inter, Mar h' Humphries, George Humphries, Robert Jacobs, William Jellison. Evelyn Jeune, Albert Jeune, Ethel Joerding, Harold Katz. Herbert Kelch. Carl Kelly. Richard Kelly, Winifred Kennedy, Kathleen Kennedy, Virginia Kemper. George Kemper. Victor Kizer, George Kloeppner, Robert Klinkerfuss. Georgi a Gene Knickmeyer, Theodore Knigge, Florence Kuemmerle, Roy Kuhlman, Leo Lacy. Lorine Lane. Ruth Leach. Ruth Lehnerts, Julia Ley, Henry Liese, Robert Lindhorst. Charles l.iving'ston. Martin Loeffle, Maurice Luem. Carl ui Maris .a"'1tr.llne' Martin, Kenneth Matusi--k, Frances Maurer, Kenneth Maynard. Anna Melfraeken. Thomas McNichols. William Mew-kfessel, Oliveite Mentz, Frank Merkel, Henrietta Merkel, Richard Middleton. Elmer Miller, Dorothy Miller, Elizabeth Miller. Harry Miller. Homer Miller, Lucille Moritz, Charles Monken, Arthur Montrey. Lois Nathan. .lohn Nathan. Mary Nelson, .lack Noe, Julia Obermier, Helen O'Brien, Bernard Otto. Pearl Uungst, l'aul Owens, Mari.:'aret Owens, Virginia Paul. Margaret Paulsen. Jeanette l't-arson, Myrtle 'ereival Alber leroutkta Henry lleroutka, Karl Pfeiffer. Lucille Phillips, Ruth l'ollman Hazel Porter. lfldward Queen. Alvie Rainwater, Cleda Reid, Anna Reynolds, Helen Rhudy, Bessie Rittell. Pearl Robinson. Hazel Rogers, Kenneth Itosenkoetter, Helen Rosenkoetter, Herbert Roth. Karl Russell, David Ryan, Gladys Sarver, Almeda Savage. Carl Seals. Mildred Serot. Reuban Sessler, Charles Schleinat, Melburn Sehully, Theodore Schultz. Theodore Schuvmat-ker, Gilvert Schwab, Henry , Schwab, William Scott, Loren Schennick, Richard Sherrod. Ray Silver Cathryn bniith, Edward t ontinued I 'nge Sevemy-eig 1 lge lhntx thr e Ll '1 L n l, f - I , t , '. Hi t a Nl gud- C ll ' L, ' 1 ' on '. l t Al 41: . ll: " " ' ' ,'- e , :frat 'll P o s- s e s sin g vigor to an unimaginable de- gree, and spontan- eously burning a surplus of energy, youth's most val- ued outlet is activity. QU Sane, normal activities tend to develop sound character. Consequently, youth benefits enormously from the application of its talents to heathful activity. The various organiations of the school provide the necessary atmosphere and opportunities for the vigorous development of potential ability. ill Youth, the pugnacious challenger of excessive energy, is ever looking forward, ever advancing. Youth is irresistible and inspir- i n g CHE T R lll g-Z 7-vf"""Q"Q XT SCTIVKIES 35,8-.f s f .,,g-.5:3A3,1f,:j--- 5 , .,,.., -. , -ff-. W i sf- 1 5- -... W, ,N , r Fl, " 'Y Y rwv.. -R., - N ,Q ., 4 J-t ' A 4 J J .4 ,N ,I 4 I The Courier Staff , Editors Lucille Pointon llarriet Schauber Marjorie Taylor H Elvira Adams Fern Oellerman Dudley Foster Circulation Manager i,r.... ...... . ,..... It 'ac Hawkins N p Advertising Manager ..... .,..,l Florence Jenkins The Courier, Norn1a11dy's school paper, has outdone itself this year in carrying off honors in State and National Contests. lt received from the National Scholastic Press Association, sponsored by the School of Journalism at the University of Michigan, the First Class Honor Award. From the State Interscholastic Press Association, it was awarded the First Place Certificate for Class A High Schools by " the School of Journalism at the l'nivn-rsity of Missouri. The Courier H19 X was also very successful i11 avoiding a financial crisis. RJ f"' F"1-' - 1 nge lhirty-s'x A 'V 'W' F " " fs-:ff ef- ,., Q---swf mf-nsev'-Bmw' 1154 -,.s-,s,az,- ' " 1 . 11", 1 L J :W '.'-IT -5'-fp" ' '- -:L-'fin-.lar-12-'-."11A " ' " 'A' H N -'W .- f- - A f V- Y .- x - - -. .-- -pw A - s -.. - ,gi . -im., .- J. , ,,, ... L - ..,:- Q - , A 5 4 A A ., - .Dsl an , . -4, ...K ,.,, ,L rg.?,:5?, -.4 . H-V r ,IFR-5 A . vi rm ' gi.,---4-ou I ky ,,,5,,g5.,,+,L.,,-5Ff,?.,.i-Asif -s -5,1 n -uv + K ,.,,..:f .lf ,, ,, f a v-JAN' 'ZF-"Whig -, . -.., -1 ..-inf - .-?.'v3.:- 'Q:,?f5'1"?afzT'F5ii5:,-:S--:g-1Ef57f9i:gg." -..- -'if f' -' " 6-' 15 - X x 'q '+ rs . , " - ' A -.Y , .. ,. v, , .ref . R-, xt ,:,Q..,,,y ,,,,: ,V :f t x., 3,43 J- - ' -j, ,Q X - -Lf... -.-J. t eas. -,-e. ,01 6-M1-. , " . ...n.,cfLf'f'.' .fy 31-1' ' PV' ax- . ' X- Hg , x ' 1 " V .:-..- ' -. .. ., The Saga te ,fx , E 4 Anna Marie Wise ......A ,... ........,.... E 1 litor-in-l'hiet ' Ruth Fienup .....,....,,... ............ ................ ......... A s s istant Editor Seymour Brown .. .....r,r ,.......,.. ............ ........ B 1 1 siness Manager Web Green .,..4.,.....,,. ...,. A...... A ssistant Business Manag Fae Hawkins I .tl V Muriel Lovejoy Mildred Hampton Efiraltl Marian Vinyard Vera Frink C muh Walter Young Corrine Kelley Douglas Bourner ..Art Editors Edith Oelger Katherine 1. ,K Girls' Sport Duckworth 5 A' 'iiiiii' Q Editor Lucille Pointon ln Boys' Sport William Brown 5 """"ii' Editors Edna Klinkerfuss liueille Alliston 5 l. ....,..,..,....... Typists Betty Jane Hardy Andrew Baur George Hardy Stanley Horn Norman Tieman Sidney Schmidt Olive Wise Robert Burton 'Walter Bosch Daniel Oungst ..... g '1lllltX even vilqvgxdb l A Solicitors Photographer dvertising . Pa e ' " ,'-s , A ev - e, f-, , -t t H'- f-' -f,jg,g,21E2 if 35'-ffl L' 'F Q' ST' iii' .- .litn-cs--'-it-'?1:l Lf':Evs'v'v' a- r'f-'1r'f. - -. -' -f-i,-fm fi 'M if ,vi A A - . . ,:',..-. '1,' ..4 ,, , 1-24'SQg-g.-7w.:?7f55--E',-: 'E,.7?:'.1i"-75" .'z.'7,,..'9e'. -I-4'l.'M'A4E, , 'W' 4 1 I lhe Honor Society Daphne Fitzwator Harriet Schauher Evelyn Kissner lilildrcd Hampton Pri-sidont Vic-c--Prvsiclent Secretary Troasiirvr fm, -- -,,-P, . r., 1. 9 The Honor Society. which is oxclusivc- in its membership, has hoc-n a MT.-. part of Nor1nandy's activities for five years. To be admitted tho cfandidatv must havv thirty-six points in vitizon- ship. twenty in scholarship, and twvnty-four in activitivs, and thi-n he approve-d by thi- ontirv faculty. 'Fhiril row: Clifford Benson. li. Bournor, S. Brown. Kamuf. Duckworth. B, Meyers. Swan-leer. Shafer. VVeh Grvon. Second row: Baur. Hi-idepriom. Gardner. V. Mi-aide. H. Bown. Bosch. 'I'i'ue-blood. First row: Bland. liliis, H, Swliziillmi'. ID, Fitzwatvr, Kissner, Hampton. Holger. Loesrh. Each Junior High School nn-niher is awarded a silvvr pin with citizvn- ship, scholarship, and activities 0llgIl'IflYl'ii over an Tho Scnioi I High ll10lIllll'1'S ri-coivv a gold pin of tho sann- dvsiggn. This year an iniprcssivv initiation cvrvniony was hold May twvnty- ninth. Twenty Si-nior High School invnihvrs and suvi-n .lnnior High 1l1PllllMtl'S wvrv initiated. Androw lianr He-lon Bown SGYHIOIII' Brown Uatlwrinv Duckworth Daphnc Fitzwatvr VV0lr Green Mildrvd Hampton Elsie Kamnf Edna Klinkvrtnss llI0111ll01'S Evvlyn Loesch livrenico M031-rs Geoigqo Muskat Fern Oellvrman Jack Shafer Howard Swackvr Max Hvidepricni Douglas liournor Evvlyn Kissnvr James 'l'rucbiood Mildrvd Bland Edith Ovlgor Vlitford Henson Vollcttv Ellis Morrill Gardner Harrivt Sclianhor Waltm' Bosch Vivian Mvadc , Q- 5 4, f'-r'.g3.:'i2a'r4c-,. r, sw-'f'v" 1 2 1 :ix TJ. - ' A -'- 5 f. - . , "f-gffilfffgiikfy 3'F'i'it3'?5-i1f35'f'5fff'f3'3 f1'-i"fi5'Htf1'5'ir- "V f'T1"fT5""' ' ' 'uit' ' aw-f'wi"?-a' lt. Vi-9 'lhiitx fight . 1- nl Y T' 5553533525-1' -V a a, ' ?i?"fq-SQL T1 Henson. Maxwell. gh.. e.m,:f':- . .,.-,sqggffie-.--f - LU,-5 '17..,5f....gg.,g tl? '- - 'Q 35'5f"' v-' -1' 'f' -I 6' 4? f.- .1f.,c' "-1351225-l2l:"Q' 'A F-Lzfl-Ai? -Lg.. V-.-.vs ,-:'2Ls.... ..-m e 55.5 ,S-vvee-. "' -.Ae.c?E'?.-c:Tf:'5-"',., ...4g.,.5' n1Q.Zf.:Z:F-ff -' ' ' --1-vb' -,A -f- - N- - ' "' " ,e .4 ,.,-N ,-...-1.-1r.,,E .5 .. .. 4. . ,- -. .-.- . The Literary Club Nancy Jane Smith ...... ..,,.. . President i Helen Oberman , ..... ....,.. V ice-President Helen Bown . ...... .. .....4.. Secretary Vivian DeWeese .... ,.i. T reasurer The Literary Club, a club composed of all girls who enjoy an all- around good time, doing such things as hiking, spelling, etc.. was just organized this year under the supervision of Mr. Herbert li. Green. Third row: Kowgill. C. Vinyard, Bredall. Oberman. Hume-s. Burnham, Warci. Bown. Platt. Second row: A. Kimmel. Tucker. Shepherd. Declerk. M. Loeseh. Beard, Copeland, E. Dailey. Seabough. M. Benson. First rovw: M. Krepps, N. J. Smith. Berkley, Jaeobsnieyer. R. Petersen. Uelger lelman Green .It has been unusually popular with the girls, especially those of the ninth grade. The club has a total membership of thirty-two. After electing their officers, the club first undertook a series of spell- ing matches. Through their sponsor, Mr. Green. they challenged various other clubs to spell with them. Much enjoyment, amusement, and educational value were derived from this simple sport. The second semester the club volunteered to make a quilt to be used in the furnishing of the model house in the Vocational Building. Thus they contributed a lasting memorial of their work to the school. At the end of the year the whole club went ou a picnic to celebrate the end of the first year of existence. Iage lhlztx nine Q . ,. ,. ' . .- - - L.. f- 5 .:. .er Y: ::e1:7A'f-Z.i1n-2.211-Q'6s .-s:'M,?'7':zg-L-Erie 3- -"g'ilv5'Ti-ii" 21: 'xl m ' -Q A-':..5f L'-'55-' T j --. - w4,e'g .:':" ::L,f??,.?f,.'m..' Neff .,-s- ,-- -yn .15 ,--.- .. , - -1 4.5,---,.':s..: 1 fs-e...-a4....-4- 4, --..,.,. w 4 '. e f -.---1 e . , ,- -,..H,5.,. , ..- :,,. .r - :M e- f EQ-. ..e'.,.., .q-mr:-te .e ... .:- ' -.....:-.- .:. .-liz- 1 ' QfQ"1r?'Af"H1"l7e7x"1'1fffi 7i3iiSjv'gfF:?"' HQ?-"'iZZ"? .- 5'F1'T'E'?'11fT"?i'E"F.i"-1"Ff,j'l"1' 'uf 2 '. V iF"'!'-Ki, ?'F'i"--1'1:f"5"3"Zf"Ff1 JF! M", 'iff' 'if' '. f"7'1"', """ '??f""" 4 'fffi?f1--1.- f-'I 1' P- -1 f:rTri?.fE1f1'.-s -5f3f:v:::.f'. :i: -'L r'i'21r'i-' i1 wire- E5 V- 'JF-:M -f:?f if. f.- H-M - 1. : I 1 4 -iFi'12 Museum e i . Lloyd Bugele .........,.., .A.....,... ,, President Sydney Schmidt ...... ,,................ Y Vice-l'1'esident - , Tony Lctko ,,,.A, ........, S ecretary-Treasurer As its name suggests this elub is building a Natural History Museum. 'NS lts purpose is to maintain a working collection of specimens for use . e . in Normandy High School classes. The club has its working quarters in the Biology laboratory and much of its work is housed in the var- ious rooms of the Science Department. There are about thirty members including both boys and girls in the club. The work includes the mounting of tish, reptiles, birds, etc. Fourth row: Ralph Henning. Sehwandt. Third roivr: Ruenheck. Goldberg, Reid. VVieser. IG, Miller. Raymond Henning. Second row: Shay. IC, I'1'ass, V. Fitzwater. Kissner. Frink .IL Hoehn. J. L. Burgess, .I. Hoehn. First row: Bugele. Miller. VV. Young. Bonne, R. Iflberenz. Bosch. Leven. There are also many natural habitat exhibits in which animals arc being mounted in natural settings. One group is developing a large herbarium. Students may refer to this and locate almost any specimen of plant life mounted, elassitied and accompanied by references to books where the plant is described. Exhibits of rocks and minerals are in the process of building, and the campus is being mapped. O11 this map a committee is locating every tree and shrub. Metal tags bearing the common and scientific 11a1nes of the trees are being at- tached to them, thus making it possible for students to get acquainted with their surroundings. I ' There are other projects too numerous to mention, and the club has ' won many prizes at hobby shows. Many of the city and county schools have been guests of the Normandy High School Museum Club during the year. and interest is never lacking within the club. E " A ..-. Page Iforty ,gr .-:mi .1'A92'-".-i"'- ,. ef- - ' -ff , wir""fi'fir-fiff'-.rJ11..1' - -L .. :i.1q,. YF 'ljvrxw .' w - ' . ,, v-,5:y-v-v.-- . .- . -, - , ., -M---.-st.-,,....,. 4 , -if-N, My at . .4 ,a -. -, ,Y ., ... .. . ,.f.,,,. ,. ,.. , N , , . -t A- s. If f M -, . x ,. if 5 Y, 1 , W, 3.,-, , at K Q f N ,, .. Y, In - ' . John Knobelock . President I James Hoehn ...,,,, ..... S ecretary Vincent Sims ,,... ..... A , . A ..,. Captain The ohject ot' the Junior Program ot' the National Rifle Association " f - is to develop those qualities of sportsmanship, fair play, nianliness, self-control, and co-operation which are so essential to success in life. ,, . . . , ., . lhe plan calls tor capable adult supervision ot all rifle shooting activities, for the enforcing of definite regulations and the conduct of individuals, and for team contests to develop and stimulate the interest of the boys. Second row: Gardner, Percival, Tedd, VVag'ner, Heffley, Harrier, A. Adams, Goodwin, Schmitz. First row: Dietrich, Hampton, Geeson, Knobelock, Connors, liueeking, F. Ilillalo. The Normandy lligh School Rifle t'luh has a new tiring range in the basement of the new gymnasium. The club is divided into tivo sec- tions with o11e group meeting on Monday and the other group on VVednesday. A rifle team of ten members represents the school in the tiring of the Junior Hi-Weekly Matches that are made up of schools throughout the llnited States. Members of Rifle Club Alvin Adams Clarence Tedd Paul Dietrich James 'llrnehlood Raymond Geeson Jack Wagner Raymond Goodwin Bob Luz-king Glennon Schmitz West Hampton Bill Connors George Darner - Ferdinand Dilallo Lucian Jordan Harold Query Bill Percival Merrill fJ?ll'tlllt1' f L LJ bl ik ,ge Fortx one xtawf -.1-., . l'a-- s 1 Q - ., yi -4 1- , , Y- -sfvzfme'va:--vrwf:v'a3?iQg.gg - ' iv' ff-' Q, I ',f.:'-1: ' .4 pt-eg, ,f":.1,i1, ' 'ff-:fri -. glgatmnr-n5EZx':'?Qfi,lf5fm---'-2--4 -'fir-Yfmf a a gn 'fail 'A - .' 6' if-' A " ki""'g31'2-i""4-E":1':' 'vw f-F a-A 1-. 7 s- I 1 """ 1' --- :..vr,,..'-. :frzf..-:-ZiffQ.'..w.--31+.'.::.-f:.1-.:-.F,...-31- -'-. 'K T1 .1 :L-.. :.q"',.'..:-: Ag. .:. ,:....'--......g-.-a.'., .?':,. .1-.......-4 :...'f1.,:.,.....-,1.,.Tv.::...."L 1 ,K ,1-5,x.fx- .r .. .. 1 , ., ,.x.,,, .,.-..,f- vs -.... ,,-.- ,-tr-, "f1 ' GCf':f"-- f:' -Ln '-- - ,.- 2--f , .V . , -- , . -. s. -L' A--if -:nw ,fe , - , f-,,,s,.. 4' "--2"---f - kr--'. F- '1'- .' - .--'fzfv-1.2-1-.-far'4?--1375.55? QHFTHJT-::'1t 5-1'.-'z .?...""'. - : '-.'1:f-42. .,:?5f.- f-wt.. :-5 ...-".-,. 1- 4- -ihe Senior Dramatic Club e President .....,,,.,....... ..4.A.A...,.....,,..... Jack Shafer Vice-President ......... .....4.,,,,, B Iaxine Waymeyer - Secretary ...............,... ,,A,, ,,..,,.......,A R 0 salind Culli Treasurer Ar.,,Ar,...... ....A..,,. C arl Schumacher i At the beginning of the year the club joined the Dramatic League of St. Louis, which met once a month at the prominent hotels of St. Louis. Some of the members attended each meeting. In late fall the club presented a three-act comedy "Betty Engaged." In March the club gave an assembly program. Short dramas, piano solos, voice solos, and readings made up the program. Third row: Shepherd, LaButa. Groceman. Mathews, Blanchard, Strickland. Cooley. Second row: Davisson. Kemske, Simon, Cummins, Sitreit, M. Taylor, M. Ley, Ogle, Schalk. First row: Jenkins, Sinn, Sehuimacher, Weymeyer, Culli, Shafer, Hampton. Loesch, Zackman. In early spring the club entered "The Valiant" in the Dramatic League Tournament of St. Louis. t'The Valiant" was given again before the student body for the benefit of the Courier. The casts: 4'Betty Engaged" Betty Bostwick .,,..... ............. .,,.... . .,.,.... ......... ll I i ldred Hampton Robert Stockbridge ......,,....... , ...... ............ Carl Schumacher Madame Louise ...... ...... ..........,Elsie Mae Ogle Don Halliday ..,... ,,...... ...................,,, B 1 lly Ray 'Carlotta Bayne ....,. .. ........... Roberta Schalk Buster Binks ....... .. ...........,........ Jack Shafer Dotty Conners .......... ..,...,........,,. R osalind Culli Mrs. Shrapps ....,, . ..........................,....,.. ....., H Iaxine Waymeyer Vivian Davis M .......,,...........,.,,.. ........ ..,.,.,,, .....,.,,.,..... E y ' elyn Loesch ei , , Q - - Dyke .,,...,....,,..,,,.... ....,........ "Th e Valiant" Jack Shafer ' Josephine Paris .,,..,..,.............. ,.,......,,,.......... ........ R o salind Culli Father Daly ...... ...... ............George Labuta Warclen llolt .... .,....... .,.......... ........... E a 1 'l Blanchard Dan the Jailtr .,......,,............,.., .,.,,.,.., L oplev Mathews Wilson, the Attendant ..,......,....................... .Carl Schumachei :Ll li Pige Forts two I 1 T if e . 1 I T 3 1 . ' H HN i A X- fii-fT'1Y"" ' -::Ar:-33-111-sifreif' f-ff rr- ."'sf"f- .F ' ff 1r""' --" New 4 ' - '-. ' w-J . ef. 'f ff - -" . 513114 im . " 51?" ' -If :li-' ,-v9 '-?-msf.:w,.+-Q1,E-i+f'33E- -1- .1 f.:s - .5 -.-::- -t if?- -'rr-fr'-fF'2'h-u rl -Aw 7- flM5 "'t .-'..l'-5.-',-.,., 14',,, -x.'i-tiftvv1,4f- 1 "1 , .J'.s,1 -1,'rp..,. J., -4. '. . 'ai ,,1"". 'HSI " ' ""' ' 1' ' " ' ' " ' ' ' . -. s 'mf 'K 1 e ws' v -.,2:w- -si.'1"- -I X 4 1- - ' Y' ' ' '- s 1 -"" 4' .ff-:-'+-'r'?1-:we,.22v2T-'x-H.. - ve- - -fu-..i .4 ,N . . . '3""ii ii " Y' ' "3 .. The Pep Club Berenice Meyers . ...., ,..... P resident 1 Mildred Hampton ...... ...... S ecretary Evelyn Loesch ..4.. ..., .,,,...,..,,.,...... ' I' reasurer l The Pep Club, a club composed of Senior High School girls. has been .- successfully organized for three years. Phe membership to this club is an honor, for it is purely elective. Miss Anna Strassner sponsored the club for two and one half Vears . ' V f Q Wlien she became a social science instructor, Miss Dorothy Fager took charge of the club. I l Third row: Hampton. Duckworth. Si-rug'g's. liindlf-y, Adams. Kaniuf, D. Filzwater, A. Cormaek. M. Taylor. Second row: Hutchison, Kahlert, Uellerman, Heidenreieh. F'a::el'. R, Meyers. Lathom. Berry. Vaneoast. First row: Kissner, V. Fitzwater. M. li. Thompson. Carter. Meehan. Gug,u'enhueli1er, Salzman. M. Johnson. Loeseh. The purpose of this club, to give the boys' varsity basketball and football teams as much support as possible, was carried out with much enthusiasm. At all the games the girls were seen arrayed in their green shirts, red THIIIS, white coats, and dark skirts Hot does . ,. ,,., pea- nuts. and candy were sold by these ambitious girls at the football games, and during' the basketball season candy was sold in thc gym- nasium. One of the many very interesting assembly programs was the scene portrayed by tl1e Pep Club of a country school house, It caused much hilarious laughter and fun. The progrram. having a crabby countrv school teacher and many stupid, but clever students, was conducted f in a very elever fashion. After the daily lessons an entertainment i 5' was given, as it was visitors' day at the schoolhouse. The students gave several dances, and displayed a skilful rifle exhibition. kJ .bl lk 'ige Forty thie .1-fe-em:.sse5' R. ""' 5 'JF 'sux' .- it may s I1 ' .'- 'JS . -4-fi f H ---' f-drip. az. ,J-"z .:E?"3.'Ef?i ' "'fj T4P:f-' -:-- .-r'.gf1-1'-"7'Ei-'-f.f --3. , -- A .1 -5--ws' -fyA::1:.geia:.j,::- ' " faqs .J-.g . . f.-V. .f--s-.:. . uv.-f - em.-.t-.. .haf --.-- - ' .Q-. .. .f. ..,. ... .:. . .-.f.....e.,-e.. 3.4-: :s.:-.......c......a.....-. ..v.,.-...'L.z. ,,,. -.pp-3.31 -' --e--my 5-1 '-- , -.mf.f7fu. ,-fa .-1-1-xf-v T.-, L:,.--A,. ,- Vryilf R 'I W- F'-,fnZ' 'fi 4 'DLI 2"" ,Jriivrlt-'-"L 7 fciff TTTUFQFWG pl "ff""'l'i'? """'F :va -2: f ff- ' '-"Nl L ',..'r , - ' 3- IV" V ' . , 'f -:,1.f'ff,,."'rw-A-14i. --i W . .- 21. -X . 'f"-- -fs' '47 - ' '-"-, . - -. --1' - '---A 'gf . .- , ..,..: , ' -f ' 'Q ' "' 1 ""'l --I--'-Y'-1-:n-Eiffiffi-. .g 'F i4.2:?'IZ4GG-555 ,E?i:f:"'22:"4r:P" .2 ."-...W . :-'v"-Eff:--:Z, ,.,:?3'.: " 5" - " V 3, " 'll7" "f' - - -'F"Uf.:-iii, 4' 1 f -, .- . . .- .. , rf-, The Boys' Cooking Club . I ll Charles Lawson ,....., .,...,,...,...... P resident Richard Girshner . .,,. ..,A.,,,. A...,,,., V i ce-President Sam Bishop ...... A,...., ...,,, S i vcretary-Treasurer Max Heidepriem .. ,,., , Sergeant-at-Arms After she had heard many entreaties from those hoys who could not +1 otherwise gain sueh valuable knowledge, Mrs. Rogers organized a Y the elub s existence has been highly cooking club. This tirst year o successful, and it is probable that it will continue to rank highly among less unique clubs. 1 l Fourth row: Torreyson, Keeven, S, Bishop, Heidcpriem. Girshner, R. Sehad, 'I'hird row: Martens. Burgess, Lawson. Seeond row: Rogers. R, Smith. Zaehner, Thnrinan. Fosby. II. Miller, C, Bishop. Seriiggs, First roiw: Fienup. VV, Bowman, liey. , many signed. but sinee only wut on the waiting list. Fhey niay select the food When the eall for reernits was made twenty-two eonld be taken, the rest were 1 The l'll01lllN'l'N are on their own initiative. ' in which to prepa1'e it. All the thirty-eight minutes that that they wash their hands, order. Aniongg the delieions iehes. bran inniiuins, bisenits, d, taffied eaie, 4 A ,,,,., . ' 'l " ' U X "' -aeh member is required apples, and ice eream. lo defray cxplnsis, 4 to pay tive cents for eaeh time he eooks. they wish to eook and Vote on the order that is required and expected of them in they have eaeh week for this purpose is cook the tood. and then put the room in foods prepared are toasted cheese sandw l ltviled ewrs ehille-mac, German fried potato sala t 1 Hlieants as the members will Next year Mrs. Rogers expects more all .f 3 .probably eook on a large scale for some banquets. li , .- ' -. .ty-1 . 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S1111fe1', NVi11i111ms. 1ill11ll1I1Bf, llI'1'. H. G1'l'k'l1. S111-ond row: Bu1'g'c1S:s, R, Scott, 1'12Ll'K1Y. S1111111fsky, LVN11111. Y11u11g'. Foster. I111111ii11g,: ,X,t1ii11s, 11111111111. First 1'11w: .l. '1'111l115'. Gi1'Sl111111'. F19111i11gr. M. S1'11111i1lt. ll. B1'1w1111111. 11olli11p1'sw111'1l1. 1111 11111' 1 111111111 11111111' 111111gs '1'11is Y11111' 11111 111-Y 1111s 11111111 1111115112 1' 1 111 -X 1'1l1'j' sp1111s111'1111 21 1111111111 111 OQ11111111' 111 i111-1'1111s11 11l1'1l' T1111 11111111111 F11111111' 111111 S1111 1311111111111 was 111s11 111111 11'1111 sury. 111 l'2ll'l' of by 11111 111-Y. This 1111111111111 was 1ri1'1111 111 A111'i1 111111 was W1111 11111111111111. 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's 0::.i d-.w:::e-.- ' .i ...sig .i : ffgrm :T-.:. ' N-,,,'.fZ,y5.,.f.-3 1-.f 3, . -, -- ...M fs. .. The Junior Boys' Hi-Y Joe Walsh ........ . llresitlellt Ralph Seheininer .... ,.. Secretary The Junior Ili-Y Vlub is coinposecl of hovs from the llpper Junior and the liower Senior classes. The l1lt'1lllN'1'Nl1ip of the eluh this year is I . . increasing gradually and at present incfhules thirty-tive hoys. Nam visitors attend the ineetingrs. Une of the special features of regular meetings is the open tliseussioi which is fostered anil participated in. ln these Cl1Sl'llSSl0YTS sehoo prohleins are oonsiclerecl and club inenihers oiter sug'g1'estions whiei they think might help solve the problems. Fourth row: Taylor. Shepherd. Kaufman, Xvieser. VVeidner. Voigt, Shay, 'Phird row: Bremlemeyer. Bosch. Bolil. Kelley. Gol4lb01',9.'. llampp. Si-vond row: Bender. Ramsey, Letlco. Albert, Bonstell. VV. Sehemnii-r. First row: .Xshe-n, l':lJ01'91lZ. H11 , YV: l'l. - ' ' ' ' 1 ine 1 S1 H. Sihemmei. l. Alllltlllt. C. Bishop. Burton. 'l'he eluh ainis to give its nieinhers a chance to do what they want to clo. Some of the boys have niatle suggestions, and these suggestions have been followed in cleterniining' the clubs activity, Vanip-tire slippers, special meetings in the school buildings. trips to the Y. M. t'. A. swiinining' pool, trips to educational inuseuins, to neighboring schools, to factories in St. Louis, etc., have been inclutletl in the elub's prograni. A trip to the St. Louis Dairy was inacle on May lil. at which place they saw the process by which iee cream is niacle: also they en- joyed the taste of some theinselves. 'l'he Ili-Y Vluh is an active club and has a bright future. lt is reaehing out into a iieltl of possible activity. "We are all just natural Ameri- ean hoys in this club." NaN wa,-v v 'bf' ASF 451g-v,'l21q., .A nfbr-.,,L,nQf.'?' 'L . L :lik l'ap:e Forty-s - ft-11 ' C- "':iQ"fi4g,2:4-:gg g v23e" ', 21' :f21,g,.f ,Qf, , 2r' f'j f '-' gg --f- 5,4 Jqisfggg-Tf5Q2gQv' g2',igz.Qf:f':3:5 --.W -avg.. , -e----Y, .V W,.-.-'.n--- . - vpn..- ---W f-- 1-swf--w--Q 1, ' - A- -pr-- - -wr -"'g'vf' ws, ie, 'L a-sf,..,,5::.q1:en- . ' ' ' ' f -H n , ,-. . . f--e-ivcf .f'f'vf'i'-zL'j'f'r. "Jir i e'-1 -.f'1'13" fA3',':'g -.f f,:. ..-- 4--- -rs s-ftifi.-1!.,nl5II'Iilrggalia-!f1I:-lf:-f'5,1 :1!,r-FIM. .v2!..,m .-., The Kodak Club Viola. Dickhaut .A......,. ...........,,.. P resident Daphne Fitzwatet '..,...... .... V ice-President Marie McNicol ...,,.,,...., .,.......... S ecretary Virginia McNichols .....,..........,........,,......, ..,,.. ..44............, T r easnrer The Kodak Club, started by Mr. Francis Lane, is in its first year of existence at Normandy. At one of the first meetings an election of officers was held. Daniel Oungst appeared before the members to try to give them some information about taking pictures, different cameras, and other im- portant photographic matters. He was very successful in his efforts. for he was asked to join the club. fs., F "'l,.Ae-lf.. Third row: Ryan, Nieman. Sc-ullin, Me.Nicol, Lane. Second row: Kahlert. Heidenreieh, McNichols. Blackwell. M. Johnson. Knudsen, Russell. First row: Stanzel. Tsehudy. Hardy, Dir-kllant. Shaper, Wissner, liberenz. ln order to arouse interest Mr. Lane decided to have a contest. To the three persons who had the best pictures of scenery, animals, and places and things of interest he awarded a dollar. The prizes were won by Y Virginia McNichols. Jacqueline btanzel and Daniel Oungst. After the contest had closed, some of the girls were interested i11 mak- ing candy and selling it to the pupils, Two sales were given at which home-made candy was sold from which a medium amount was col- lected. This money was used for buying films for the members. Mr. Tohtz, the scout leader, entertained the girls at two meetings. At the first meeting with Mr. Tohtz and his assistant, the club was shown how to develop pictures and how to enlarge them. At the second , ' meeting the girls were shown how to develop films direct from the 9 ' I9 kodak. Ruth Schaper and Dorothy Heidendeich took part in these N demonstrations. The members have had enjoyable meetings and many are planning to continue with the work in September. il. ' r s-sf .-. Page Forty-eight . ' f t elf e e tf fx ' - " g ff ., , f ,L-in sake.--rf: . .4 .5 H ,L .ff .,nV9Y.:, .,f-,-rs-.,.f,--,.,.7-,:f,:3r,4:..---' -f,-.,,.A,i5,z ! .wx'1.s.,.-21.---. 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F'111'I1-y, 1-Iy111'111111111. VV1-5141111-, Bl. M111 Hz11'1sf'i1-ld, M. Ray. 1l'l'. First row: Hewig, M. PfH?ll'I1. M, l'I'1lIllt'I'. Boiiosiu. J. I'111'1-ivul. F11-s111111111. 511111111-y, 141-1-111-1111151-1' .X111l1-1's1m. '1'j'l'l1lN, Gull, F1111Iis. '1'1'1111p 11ffic1'1's for 111311 Vi1'gi11i11 111111 ,....... ........,.., 1 1 ..,. ..,T1'1i11p S1f1'i1111 H Y 1111011111 .1f2l1'11'y 11'11si1z11a1 .... .. May F1l'S1l1Il2lI1 1Vi1ii11gsD..... 12111-111 I111z111v1's 11z11'j01'i1' 111111111 C11l:1g'pi11sD 1.,, ,, Scouf H11111ii11g1 St'l'1HI11 1'111ss:111'11'11 1411111iz111, 1111011111 l"2lI'1l'y. 1111'l'l'l N1111111-y, r121Y1l1 l'1'1'1-i- val. Mz11'grz11'111 A11111'1's1111, Mary A1i1'1- 111'i11'11, 1J111'is 131-wig. 1':Y1'1j'll 1gl'011l'llll1yl'1', 11i1111l'I'11l1' C1111111111111. Virgin lil 1':y1'1'- lllilllll, May 1'1111'S1llll?lYl, Vi1'g1i1'1i:1 111111. 11111-11111 1111111113 Ma- U A 111'i11 M111m1'11, 11111111111 Huy, 111111111 R1'j'1I0111N 11121l'gI2ll'01 XV1'SS2111', Vi1'g'i11i11 Walk. '11 '11': 111is1- 11111: 1z1'y '11 . 5' Hz'-' 1111l1is11 1j'llllll. 1 111111 'Al ' X 11.1 11 1 Il 13111 1,111 1:1111 111111 111111 11111111 X11l1, 1111 r 1 . 1'z1p:1' 1"o '15'- - ... W 1 5 - . ' K 1 1--1 -. Yi... aa- ,- 1 ,pr A -5, Jw., " 1 ,L A ' K.. ,, al.-,,-'v' ' Q ?'i'? " : ' V "" 1 if ' : ' i "TM"Ti'Z" " ' f ' T i 7 . 1 W The Senior Boys Glee Club l 1 Bob Badock ........,.......A President Jack Shafer ........... ................. V ice-President I Earl Blanchard ....A... ,, ...... ,4...........,,. .,,,A,... S 1 icretary-Treasurer Melodiously blended voices join in a beautiful strain. You ask who I can it be? 'Why the Boys' Glee Cflub, under the direction of Mr. ha d Barrett. The club was originally organized in order to train boys for the operetta chorus and to create a spirit of good fellowship. This year for the iirst time an operetta was presented with an all-boy cast. 4'Clcopatra," amusing and comical. attained great success. The cast was as follows: Third row: Bold, Web Green. Heibel. Kruse, Barbour. Strickland. Shafer. Fink. S. Schmidt, VV. Young: Second row: Stoddard, Boseh. Westlake. Simpson, Hardy, Andrae. Ayars. Bapqot. Rahningt. Baur. W. Brown, Tedd. Barrett. First row: Miller, Knobeloek. S. Brown. Beahan.Mathews. Swaeker. Blanchard, Luekimzq. Bailock, Horn. Connors. Jack Shafer ..... ..... 1 llcopatra George Hardy .. ....,, Williain C'arol Barbour ...... ,.,.... I 'ompey Bob Lueking ...... .........., , , ,.,..,. ,...,. C 'HPSHI' At this same lJ0l'f'01'Ill?lT1C0, as an additional feature, a play was per- formed called "The Third Man." The following enacted the roles: James Harry ,.......... ..... I 'Iausman Carl Schumacher ..... ...., A pollonia Earl Blanchard Klotilda x .' Web Green .,..,,. ..... Adelheit 5 P T On April 2 the club gave a minstrel show for an assembly program The students enjoyed it immensely. The club also gave two lively parties during the year for its members. 3: Page Fifty . -. .U , , 1 -fo. . A. s 'sofa 1- 1 1, 'lf -1. ' x f Q g h, , s-fs., .r 5 ,t . X ,, -f " lifvi - . Q1 - x x wig . :n v gxzlea g g. Q 12 '- Ar ty :-.: f " XT-Q '-in i 3, 5. 13 V- tg . I .QE 'Q ,Q 1-- - -, -ww: 1:,' " --. ..s -1 ' -..- ... , lhe Senior Girls, Glee Club lieona liangert .,.. ,.... . . ........ .....,. ....... I J resident Katherine Lindley Seeretary-'l'reasurer The Girls' Glee Fluh. under the ahle supervision ol' Mr. Ilixson. spent many enjoyable club periods singing part songs during the past year, Among their best-liked selections were "Magnolia of Old Tennessee." "Sleepy Hollow," "I Passed By Your Window," " Vonie to the Fair." and "Going Home." The Inemhership of' the oluh started with seventy girls but dropped to thirty-tive as time went on. Many of the girls found it neeessary to drop out for athleties and other current activities. 4 i Third row: Miles. B. Hardy. Moss. Girshner. Han-ry. VVinter. Hixson. Second row: Grinllell. Moeller, Hervey. .lflmre-llinrt. Tanner, Lathom. Lindley. Hanks, Kgmper. First row: Uloonan. Kimble. Keys, Kirls. Ellis. Soimmers. Schulte. Kroener. Waller. M, Lovejoy. The girls chose lieona liangert as their president and Katherine Lindley as their secretary and treasurer. The eluh merged when operetta practice hegan. and most of the girls contributed their singing to the success of the operetta. Another feature of the musical department was the quartet, whieh was organized and directed by Mr. l'iarrett. the head of the singing department. llnder his expert training and supervision the quartet developed, and the girls ohtained great ability for interpreting eomp- ositions hy noted writers. The ineinhers of the quartet were Muriel Sonimers, first sopranog l'olette Ellis, seeond sopranog lierniee Freise. first altog and Florenee Jenkins, second alto. Each girl had a disrinetly individual and good ' voiee. L- 's xniall Priui 'oyu 2 r ' " ' ' i' 'actiu " - , piric an lk xftx o Thi s g 1 1 eng i l ind eceix ed niueh beneht fiom theii pi - '- duilng eluh 1 ids t . Page F' l" Hu -f--.--4 "' i t i v a r e fil e . i f f ' 1 H 'Gi .. ,, The Qrchestra , The UI'Lfll0Sll'2l has lim-n vvry faithful in l7I'ElCllClllgI its sl-lvvtimms which lmvo lwvn ln-zniwl and 4-njoye-cl al' an nuniln-1' of lllH:Pl'0lli' plum-s 1 cluring tha- yi-ur. For thv opm-11-'rfzl The Orclicslrzl snpplin-cl Tho omn- plvlv HCCOIIIIHIllllllvlll lwsimlvs assisting :if various oflivr affairs of Hn' school. AT Thv mlm-llivzxtiml of flu- nm-w iil'0l'gIl' NV2lSlllllQi0ll Svlmol tln-y lizlrinmiioilsly gfzlvv llllxll' sm-l'viosw Mr. lilm-c-lcsclnniclt ...... ....... I Ji1'Q-clcn' Sm-yinoui' lirmvn ..A.. Voncvrt Mzislvi' Rrwiiniy Elwrvnz ..... .. ......, liiln'zn'izm First Yiolinx Sl'j'lllUll1' Iirown Ulitiforrl H1-lismi Jvssiv Sunil Edwin Sl'l'lt'lilillIll Jack XVEIQIIIUI' Vinci-nt Sims John li1'llllilll2lll Piano llorofliy lirmvn Sl-vmnl Violins Phlilli Holger Rovimfy ElN'l'0llZ Noi-inzin 'Ficniun Walter IIl'1'lN'l'l Fred Wliitwoll Alvin Aclmns .lilxlklllil Spolswuml Mvlvin Sulnnillt Wilbm-rt xV0lflllt'l' Glen Vllvsszllc- Hass fll2l1'll1l't Walloi' ,liusvli S?lX01lll0ll0S Ulivl' NYisv ll00l'g0 llzlrllui' Hass Szlxoplion Wallin' Elznn Tl'llIIlp0lS lilnivi' Gilillvlllilll llzxnicl Onngsl Opal Juno Moss p1.U.im,fg if Tw"ql'f"lll' Kolwrl Morafli ii ' ' HSN' 515 WP l'1' 'nl Holme X I ll2l1'1'0ll limlmni' 5 5 N In N01'lll2lll Kruse Drnins Bvlls K l'lz1l'v11c'v Marlvns Sum liislmp an "'9'f' .. l':lg:s- l'il'ly-two 'T 531 ' 'S'1? '5?'f'f '4'v" Q'r'f"T. i-' "1-."'5Q.??f' -:g?B3'5W"':--sw,,:-" ' Q.: , -1. rc-1-I 1 , E ,A - Q5-22-'-Q-'25, Effli-Qjif-ggigvrl 5,1 g,,Z::-ff L-Q4-"f'j'5f'f2t':: f . ' M -is Q 4- f -we ,L ,, , r L ,X -1 -4 ,, .. ., W f x. s- , 5 f M -f b, " X -vs.: ' a 1,1 ,Q 5.4: 0- . s. , 4. . .-:y i-'i. v, . -- - . - a ' ge . 4:- 11 it ' ', ' , The Band The Normandy High School lland joined in organizing the All-Vounty School Band which played for the St. Louis County Teachers' meeting held at University Fity lligh School. Assisted by the Boys' Glee Vinh. the Band went on a tour of all the elementary sehools of the Normandy District. at which they gave concerts. The band also gave a program during Music Week at the Ferguson High School. Mr. lileckschmidt Norman Kruse ..,. ., Elmer Garheman Andrew Bain' ..,, . David Russell ..i... Director l're-sident Secretary Treasurer liihra ria n l'ornets Ilarold Fink Elmer Gathenian Daniel Oungst Robert Morath l'rsul Bohne Vharles llertlein Horace Jones Ilarold Draper Alto liewis Yates Folleen Burns Sousa phone Ja ek Wa gner Vlarinets Norman Kruse Uarroll Barbour Kenneth Voigt Vlarence Martens Bass Ularinet VValter Bosch Drums Norman Braun Raymond Geeson Edward Wilshusen Bass Drum Hay Kremer Saxophones Olive Wise Marion Salzman George Darner VValter Elani Andrew Bain- David Russell Elwood tlooldy T1'0llllJOIl0S Vasey Bishop Samuel Hishop George Veeh Hells Opal Jlllllt Moss -a,,i.e.9 .is .,, X f A f. Jill: ...nmfff--"1".15':.'I-1-. ' -few, s- ff'-we -es' ,mtl . l'a,u'e Fitty-tliree , .Lu , V . ..,,,. wk. . -,L-ff A ,:,,e,3-,P ,, 2133- gs- f :- if -.154-' nw-c-.-' '.L.1,.--J1, -,a--Q f.'v4.,7, , -- we...-5 .elf Y 'ri' 1:.',,f3. f v-r,1,3.,g, -- , f f , at . jf? V - fee-1 + Q - 1, . ,-. A ,, fe:-as-'ee mf., --3 EGTA. A e-,K - . ,. . " - '-"' if f."r'1"7.'5.." . 1,',,y,-'1"'.-F - -.11 .....'... . ETL' ' ' "" " " 15. ,'V I f'lC"'1L'- ' .- - , 'V ',,.'-T..V-'Q'-.'L.1 ,FL 7171- --...,-,'.,,-., ,Q , W, , .,'2f1'L, -3 .f -mar.-ef ifgggyf- 152 ' Lf , A Q .1 we - 2-::si.'.9g:1 7 f J 1 -1- iff!--1:f..' 51::: Q5 3g.,:f .JFK 1' N A 1 H, I' -bl .Y C A 1' ri 3' J I 4' ' H- wi 1 'igg-.5e4G5?:II ::,,?17:"'..i'-Jr:-' . - f -'f ' s J -it , 1. ,-.1-.-nj ,,.-,gg-i, 7.V,.-14.3 ...g-.-5-:,,.1q-5f.g,-, ,- The Junior l'ligli Girls, Glee Club Betty Herbert ......A.. President Julia Noe ...............,. Secretary Shirley Lovejoy ..,.... Treasurer The Junior Girls' Glee Club, which is sponsored by Hiss Helen McFar land, concluded this, its second year of existence, with a lT1Gl11b91'Sl1lp MT.-. of thirty-five. The club was organized last year for the purpose ot giving girls of the Junior High School more opportunity for specializa- tion in singing than they would ordinarily get in the regular class periods. It is quite popular to judge fl'0l1'1'l'llP membership. Third row: Heim. Uonriy. Husliins. Sueine. Bisehdorf. Tell. A. Miller. Storms, l'e:1rson. Ylkstir- V Velt. Henson. Seeond row: Beahun. Von Koenitz. Berry. H. Jenkins. S. Lovejoy. McFarland. BKISSIIHRIII, S. Ken- nedy, .l. Miller. Herbert. Hittel. C. Smith. First row: Lean-h. Stzintielil, H, Niekles. Pfeiffer. Trimble. Reid. Ferguson. Noe. The outstanding: achievement of the cluh this year was the very successful presentation of the Uhristinas play, "Dolls," O11 which they worked lnost of the tirst semester. The story was about a little girl who received all sorts of heautitul dolls for Uhristinas. hut despite the elegance of theni all she clung' to her old beloved rag'gred doll, Genevieve. The disgust of the dolls at this treatment was pictured in a midnight scene in which they Caine to life. Those taking- part in the play were as follows: llelen Jenkins, Lorraine Suenie. NValter Ilerhert. Paul Garwin, Dorothy Westaver, Dorothy Brown, Betty llerhert, and Roberta Schalk. The music was provided hy i'llI'lSilll2lS earolers nlade up of other ineinhers of the clulo, X , 5 5 I9 The club also worked on two-pa1't songs, the niost important of which are "Sunnner Winds, Blow," a selection from the lilue Danuhe hy Strauss, a11d "S urine' is Here." by Brown. These and IHEIHV other P l 1 arrangeinents ot popular songs were presented at an asseinhly prog-rain. il 16. . "W H :-iN Page Fifty-four .- .ff -, A 1 , R A , s. - -', 3. -4f.--- -- 3- ...e.,,.- , . , , ., -- ---' 1 , Q 15 " - L-.,. w ,--, ,LA-Q. 1-v-" 1,-, T' s fns.. . W ,fr -,S+fefl. , x ,-5.152 1-':iTrrfi4..- ' -- '- ' Yt::1.e-, :,44s-':.:'g.. :jx-fefx. sg 4. -- -.,-1-..-. . . f ll ,fx .gs 3 The Miscellaneous Clubs The Junior llraniatic Club The Junior lligh School Dramatic Club, sponsored by Miss llasner, furnishes ample entertainment as well as a, foundation for later achievements in dramatic exploits to its gifted members. Only one play was produced in the past year which was presented in the assembly. However, additional work has been done on various skits. including an unique farce i11 which only letters are used to illustrate expression. Junior and Senior Aero Club An unusual and extremely diverting- amusement as well as an educa- tional project is the Senior and Junior Aero Clubs. The members of which-there are ten in the Senior group and twenty-tive in the Junior -spend their limited amount of time in making various type of aero- planes to be entered in contests. The most successful aeroplane was constructed by Frederick David. lle was given a silver trophy for his achievement. The club is guided by its instructor, Mr. llill. The Junior Athletic Club A successful and aggressive activity, constituting about thirty mem- bers, mostly of the seventh grade. has been promoted by Miss Young in the past year. The Junior Athletic Club keep themselves actively occupied by sea- sonal sports, also with folk dancing. This enables them to get valuable training which will later prove profitable. Senior Athletic 'Club The Senior Athletic Club is made up of about forty enthusiastic members. The club. sponsored by Miss Kahl, promotes a 501189 of rivalry by being divided into two teams. One captain is Mildred Guggenbuehler and Margaret Nooney, the other. They have played hockey. dodge ball. volley ball, and baseball with great success. At the termination of the year, the loosing team will treat the more fortunate one. . V , V Al it Page Fifty-hve - s r ...H , ,Q ffrffvflfif f"'ff-Krizf-Ef'5?24 1.11 21' " Ex- - i gif v ia :E 341551 QP .-L 4- 'f Ji' 2' E-1" 4 -'M . - ' , .- X ' .M in - we .e . ss- 'Sb- 'll Youth's mission in life is one constantly thrill- ing with animation. 111 Although its aspira- tions seem at times con- glomerated, its appreciation of athletics is pronounced. Athletics provide a marvelous source of expendi- ture for suppressed emotion. Youth soars to the peak of accomplishment through ath- letics, its excess energy puts it over glor- iously. 111 Sports that are of a moral, heathful nature, and full of the spice of life are synonymous with Youth. Youth delights in the sharp tang and smack of Sports. Athletics a n d Youth are in- separable -is -an -ir CH TURN WMV? FJ T L UTICQS .f Y 5.-2"1 ..., m 5-rn-va 'v""-if 2""-"P if 4, ,4-Lf Y -P.--1. vig' -sa in-f -, iw- A. , t , .. . . . 9. 4 --,,,,-.-.J'.x,,. .e . , ,ff fer -,H , . .,-,7.,g',.5,.- "' 1 , f f 1' l If 9 m i 0 u X I if 2 N I K' Hn., R X E 'mi 1 f W I t Ei J' fwi 5 i . Q ' . The Boys, Coaches "tg-gf "Jim" Major, the varsity 'football and baseball coach, is a graduate of the University of Illinois. Although tl1is is his first year at Nor- mandy, he coached the Vikings to a tirst place tie in football. Ilis playing ability was gained during four years in high school and one year in college, where he played quarter-back. Ile was an All-State man at his chosen position for two years in high school. During his college career he played baseball two years, and was elected captain his final year. Mr. Major has been a great influence in the lives of the students, May he long continue to help us to success! X Q Q , Major. Shipherd, Sh ofstall. ef' --V ...f f -sw. -:sr A-Y - Y' ----f : - v-f.-- uf-fs 5111: -111111.--Y-'--: 1. an y .H --M 1, .V ,,g,3.,,,,,., ,- fe- g.1g,4,4,.-,-5, -1, ,L1 ,. - ,+,,.,, ,,- + ,LV - ,m b S KI xi 2 X L 75- 3 + 4? Q pg, 5 19 -5"9"' "S.+i"' t'oach Shipherd, from Bradley College, trained the varsity football line and helped them on to a championship. Three of the four years that he played tackle on the gridiron, his team took tirst place. He also played in the outtield in baseball. Voach Waymon Shofstiall, a graduate of Kirksville State Teachers College, this year had charge of the varsity basketball team. Ilis college athletic ability consisted of three years ot' basketball, two years of track, and two years of football. Coach Frank Rigsby also came from Kirksville. While he was at college he earned two football letters, four basketball letters, three baseball letters. and was twice the state tennis champion. Coach Bigsby had charge of the "2nd', team football and basketball n11til he had to give up his coaching duties because of illness during the winter. Much was expected of him, and he was sadly missed. ., e. il IL . Page Fifty- ight F21-r'fw1' A -2'-g:.2:fP?"-rf :af -":f"- -'W-e'1'N"'s-r' ws- - --vc 1 ---ff-1 :.. -,f-f-mf '-'-.-.sf ' as , , T. .HA e " 'P "'-"FV" 'f ' ff tv?" f"s'r-f":::1-f".."s:r-se-1 pit" L ' "".C'W-"TW'f'-'2"'-'- f-'1""' - -1 Lf'-.iv ,--1----r' vw 93' ' f-1-A-k - A - , ,M W1 1-:V ,W -54.5 . , -- ... -..f , , , X M -.H Q -V, 1- ., V .,..-,. V ,- , i....,, . H -1-Q -...U L M .J-:ig ., ,. f ,..-N-2.9.4 ,.., ,rN, 1 .,- ...sr -Q W.: - .,.. -f . A ,, v Q , -- I 1.1, J. -' .-.-, - . .. mf. ...A :,-11.-2.-ef-'z ., 1-.4..P:: Ai:-1,-1.-,r,. , -af..-,.-.. no-.Q N .. - -. . -,ir--... , ,. , ff,--,Q , . The Senior High Football Team The Viking football team of 15130 was one ever had. Under the expert eoaehingr of swept away the opposing team. a11d 'irllllll the touchdowns, Normandy did not lose any league games and ended the season in a tie for first place with University Pity. of the hest that we have Coach Shipherd the line l Major's haektield scored This year's letterinen were Badock. Young, VVllll2llllS. Groeelnan, Hainpp, Saldofsky, Orr. Swaeker, Rogers, Doyle, D. Bourner, J. Ferring, Rahning. McLaughlin, R. Scott. and Web Green. The squad consisted of the letternien and Hardy, J. Bourner, Amos, Mathews, Seymour, O'Neal, Schell, Ileihel. and NVillie Green. The manaeers were Bureess and Kruse. D D l i Fourtli row: Kruse. Rogers, Bourner, XVQM Gr.-L-11, Htihnl, 'l'y.ii-y, Ahuiig. Hogs. sniplil-I-41, 'I'hii'd row: Doyle, Schell. Atkins. Xvilllillll Gr- en. li: lining. WN:-ul. lfogrurty. Seymour. Seeonrl row: Hrr. Meliaughlin. J. Ferrine: Swaelier, Mutxlivws. Iiueking. ilainly. First row: Mzijor, Young: NYilliams. Groeemxiil. Bziiloelx. Biuii'nei'. llunipp, Sulclofsky. Seotl. Blll'g'k'SS. The squad had the honor of liaving' three of its men. Rogers. llalnpi and Salflofsliy eliosen on the Allathiiiity eliainpionsliip Ieani. Regular Line-up 7 'Schedule li. E. ' . ,...,..,,.., ,. Orr Xorinandy Urystal Vity If' VF' "" Silldofsky Normandy 6 ltitenour li. U. .. ..,, Hanipp l'. .. Groeenian 5"1'l11iiWl5' Sllflmtl .1 .. .. A V R- U- -v D llglflme Xorinandy Maplewood li, T, .. .. Xoung , R E Badwk Xorniandy 20 lxirlcwooil -. Q. li. ,, . ..... SXV2lCliC'1' N01'1l1il1lllj' '76 Clayton QW ' A li ll li . ..... Rogers v . 1 - ' ' ' X01'lll'lllllV 6 t li-iininfide 5 1 R. ll. Ii-.. ,......,,,,,,,,,.,, Doyle ' ' ' ' F. B. ,,,. ......... D . Bourner Xorinandy 1'l Wellston 0 .zu as . Pzige 1"ift3 -nine -1---- -4--' O J . - , 5 A . f Q v If I 1 s r . -firm-'rf ::5E'a'f5.f1f2ifn1f:f'f.A 1-f7i,'s-f:r'1'4f::1'e 1'-aft:-I ' .1. f f.-J 2:1-i?4ff'5'Pv'i'f2g"11f Riff? ' .zg f '1'3i'1f:5:' -. 1-ff"-Tf-f.-if7s:'3E25g'3V.f- f f..f52s:::.ee . - " 51 .+.:'e.-Q2 J V- if 1.1-4, , 1' . . f., The B Football Team In The HB" team completed its season with only one hlot. on its reeord, After having won four st1'ai,qlit games. it lost Z1 grmne Te-6 to St. Charles. The hoys had defeated St. Uharles earlier in the season. The high light of the season was ai 6-6 to 6 trouneing handed to Ritenour. The lettermen were liluptain Bugele. Bold, Lueking, Atkins, Hess. Neece, Fogarty. Albert, 'l'rziey. Mel'lure, T. Letko, lilanelmrcl, and Woocl. The squad was composed of the above men and Burton, Westlake. Voigt, D. Bowman. Heck, Laliutzi, Giles, Andrae, Girshner, and Russell. Third row: Lueking, Atkins. Fogxzuty. Tracy. Blunchurd. L. Russell, Giles. Second row: Laliutu. Andrzle. Bold, 'li Letko, Heihel. Mf'Clu1'e. Beek. First row: Buirgess. Girshner, Burton. Bugele, VVestluke. Hess. Voi,-ft. ll. Bowinun, liine-up Sehedule L. E. ,, ,, ,, .,,. ,. Bold ll. T. .. ...... Luekingz Il. G. . .. . Atkins N0l'lllEllltlj' l'9 Kirkwood iii 'xlfljtji Norniandy l'l E. St. Louis R. T. .. .... Fogarty Norninmly 6 St. Charles R- V Igllwyl N01'lll?lllllj' lili Ritenoui' . . 'z T. 'K ' TT. Il. ll. .,,,, ....... 'T'1iiiei' Nmimmllb Ht' "1H'1'1W X K H. ll. li. ,.,, lllelflure 'K lf' ll , F . . - fr. ii.-uw " "i ' ...- lil' Nix .' uc. I ' 1 L C tx . f-2 -" -:rw N'.yf,.5,r:r::-1' '1-,-:r -.. -..,,.Q..w..,'s:tfi- "'- - 'QE-92 :-.-54 - Q 3 I - -Y , :qu-.-5 :H -v"-qzfws '-. x gs.bW ' . ' J-1 'f4-Faziaffglfb ig, 3!f!5-Ef+.:f':'-fff'53'?: Sai-'z ' fr: :J 'grew' ..-'FH - -..-- -f-...uf ,.--.-1-,4..f.L..'.,u ..,fI.'i .-.-"- ,.. JA. ,. .' , '-.Y 'M Rl' ' ' U" ' A ' ' ' ' ,.-N I I , , I A ' x ,, . ., Z dS Qt d ZGITI 'A ' Th I3 I4 In III I This yvz11"s va1'siTy Inislcmlmall Ilffllll, HIIIIOIIQII if cIifI not win lllilllj' QIZIHIOS, uphz-ld N01'llIiIIICIf"N 1-vpumfimi for Iiaving 1-4-al Iigliting Ii-anis. Tha' boys showvcl Ilwir spirit hy LII-fs-:Ming lIIapIc-wooml 01100 mul R-itvnoiu' mme, hoth of which worv at Ihc top ot' thi- In-zigllm-. Thosv 011 thi' IUZIIII wvrv IIEIIIIYIIII IVN4-ell. Iiogrws, IV. IIN-vii. Yoiingr, Hallock, Iloylv. Maltlu-ws, Saldofsky, Snnsolivi, S--yuiour, llutlwiiiuii, and lgIIg'CIl'. 'l'hir1I row: Sansouvio. Ayars. Sulelofsky, Gzlthemun. Atliiyls, Bugele-. Shofstull, Sei-und row: Matthews. Bzulock. Rogifrs, L-'Nez1l, Imylv. Seyniour. Young: First row: Bui'g:.'ess. Talley. Lino-up OINQEII liogrors VV Gl'1'0I1 .... H. Young Ba do Q k Nornmmly I4 NOYIIIZIHIIX Nornm mly Xorina IIKIY N Ul'1U2l IIIIY NOPIIIZIIIIIQ' NOPIIIEI Illiy N 0l'I1lillIlIy I2 I6 I8 22 III 5,1 ..i s- .. ,.,,,,,, Ivlli. CITY 28 NOPIIIZIIIIIQ 26 ...... .... I' 'l'l"7'llS0II 251 .. ........ Kirkwood 30 NOFIIIEIIIIIQ' ZI .... . ..Wehsta-1- 235 '31 A i . ,.,..... Ritvnoui' IT Nornizimly T ....,, .. Wm-llston 28 I Mziphtwoml ' . Right l"o1'wa1'rI ., Left Forwa-11'd , ,,,,, 'l'outm-1' , ,..,..RlQfI1I Iiuard Imft Iiuard SCIICIIIIIE' .......I'I2ij'I0ll IT N0l'III2iIIlIj' Ib . liirkwoml I6 , . IRIIPIIOIII' ISI NOFIIIZIIIIIQ' 22 ,... . ., BIz1pIvwomI III ,.....1I'O1'QflIS0ll I6 NOPIIHIIIIIQ' 20,.,.,,,...WvIIstm1 QI .L .X f I' IIIEIYIOII I6 No1'n1:1mIy 24 .... ....Webst1-r 344 N3 X01'llI?IIItIj' 'L. ... . '1'Ivs IC 4'-' rr 3 ' 9 vw 4,.,,.Q, 4 I ,I 'PII Z6 29 Sl I lm H . .Il ik I'LlpI'k- . ixtx- ne , WJ 1' N' Iai L"'1 4 -if T' 1 -' 5 ' ' f "+"' f 1' ' f f h ' .ws . 1 ' if .r "'1"'.T1-f '. ' .'.,F,- 1'.':' ' 11-:,'TC,..',,. . :ETA """"- ' " 1 L"' .'7Rf '.'l"' 4 LZ' .y - . ', '. ,.'-1.. ...if-.--,. ' ' 21.15,-f -4. .',.1 I. .C L' fl- . ,-TT"-4. ' 1. eva,-,...'gs::n,,,, , , a,,,,. . -, ,f,.. - M LA., ,Z .-A G- ,f - Q, -. .-wh a f-r.-. .- 4, Ni . llie B Basketball learn ii 'orninncly ' ' an it no levi as su cmss'u -1 season as ' ixpcttul. raci igsmy, V o was raining' iv nun. manic ' ' tho inirldle of the season. Then Concli Hill, who coziclivd tho teznn last yvar to tht' County "B" baskvtball clinnipionsliip. 11-sliiin-cl Vozicli Big'sby's respoiisibilitios. Although the squad only won onv-third of "'! 'fl 2 'Fl-X "l4'tc-iicll tli- 0'-tlf iit 1 X' 1 l'c l B l ill t tl ti' bv' alll in Y its ganivs. it showed much spirit and light. Thosv on tho squad werv Bock. Atkins, l.migonlwrg1, He-11d01'. I. Albrecht, Simpson. Hagot, Horn, Hvibcl. fill'Slll10l', T. Lotko. :incl Brown. The lettorinvn were- Atkins, Rock lgtlllfltxl' lA'lHU'0l1lM'1'0' Allnw-clit ind Simpson. 1 - f z- nv .f L ,,, 51.- . Third row: I. Albrecht. Simpson. Horn. 'l'oi'reySon. Hill, Second row: Heihel. Bugot. Atkins. Beck, Girshncr. Bender. First row: Burgess. Talley. Linv-up Heck .... .. . l. Allmrovllt .. Right 1'l01'XV2l1'll Loft Forwzird l12lllQI0Ill7l'I'Q1' ..... .......,............ l 'outer Atkins ,,,., .,,,,, I 'light Guard Homloi' . ., . .. Lott Guard Sclivtliilv Norllniilcly St. Louis V. 12 N01'lll2llltlj' T ,,..,......i Wollston X - Norniamly St. i1l1El1'llxS 10 N0l'1ll2lHtlj' 16... .... St. t'lnn'l1-S 5 fl Nornnlnrly ' Mznplowooil 121 .N0l'lll2lllllj' 9 .. Wollston X Nornizintly 1" Woomllnwn 123 Nornmncly IU., .....W0llston Norniziinli l'. t'ity 25 an Pziqsl Sixty-two .5 rr:-F i -5. VP 'cf-f1F:'f 1-1113 1 ' ' -.Q 1-fa: -2 wr: 'E - 1 A 1 -5 , -y ka ,Q -W , .1 -. , N , m e fi 5 Q Il - 511 an ll!! fl!I'lQ!, ,m f ! ., - Q, E-:S' "'?: .5fSrf:1e'.- ' , , ....':-5.':-:f--1.:--7-1:.a: ".1':4iE'..-- 4--if-3 :.5fiTH-.L.'- ,v'-- A -- ff'.-.-:-.:1'4:7- ,,.,.-r The Senior Baseball leam The team had a good season this year, liaviug only three defeats out of eigliteeu pganies. Xoriuaudy has out- more league game to play. lf the team is sueee-ssful iu defeating Wellston it will he in second place. Noriuaudy lll ,.,., ...., Riverview Normandy 20 .... ,...,,, lf 'ergruson Normandy l ,.,4.... .. l'lev4-laiid Yaraity Schedule is ' '3 Noriuaudy 4, Noruiaudy T Normamly 1. A. ll0l1t1'2'll . l'hauiiuade Zi Ilupo. lll. 0 Normandy 6 ............ Jennings Normandy l.... .... Clevelaiicl l Normandy 6 ....,...,,, E. ST.L0ll1S Noruiamly 4 .. ..,. .l'. Vity l Norm an d y 23 ,,...,,,... Maplewood Xormandy Normandy St. Louis Il , ,,-f, lloutt li Fourth row: Heidepriem. Johnston. McGuire. Sherrod. Horn. Amlrue. lmzier. Sansoueie. Third row: Major, Rogers. U'Ne-al. Badoeli. Mathews. Torreysou. Prottv. Bagel, Rahningax Sei-ond row: Mi'Lu1iy,rhlin. Fogarty. Seymour, Doyle. R. Young. Scott, Swnelwr. Orr. First row: MeL'raig'. Burgess. Rosenkoetter. Varsity Line-up Second Team Line-up Doyle .........,............ . .,....,.........,,,....... Catch liozier ,,., ....... ....,.. . . . . ,,,,.., Catch Seymour ..... ,.,,.,,,, 1+ 'irst Base liagot ....., First. Base O'Xeal ..,,.,. ,,.... S ecoud Base McGuire .,., . Second Base Protte ....., .. l i.l., Shortstop Torreysou Shortstop Torreysou ..... ..,. S hortstop Protte ...., ,. ..,. Shortstop Swaeker .,.. Third Base Sherrod Third Base Meliaugliliu Young .ii.,. Orr ..... . Badock .. Fogarty Rogers . Scott , Left Field . .....,.. lll'l1l'01' Field Horn ,...,., .Xudrae . .. Left Field . Venter Fir-ld Right Field lleideprii-ui .. .. Right Field .. Sub. Fielder Siiupson . Suh, Fielder , .,.,,, .,..., P itch -lolmston .A .. .....i... Pitch Pitch , . Pitch lialiuiug ..... Pitch , P f L Second Team Schedule I Normandy 22 ,..,, .,,,, l ,l0llllll'j' Day 8 Xoiiuaudy .1 ,..,. . ..l ouutry Day - oriuaudv - ,,...,., ., -ichy I ivi ' . 1 ' 4 Y -Q x , ll. 1 x lgl ci . Page Sixty-tliree .. -'V--'P 5:5 515 Y ' , , -4 3 7 ' ' V34 5 . . 2 " F. : -fe'4'w 3 -.- wg .. .,., ,, ,W r 1, . -f. , 5 ., -s ,. f ., i 1 e . . . . , , 4 . . H ., f- - -ff--sawn..-aeitie .Q--: .-J: ,:f5t:::.:?-fri:,xref-1--:vvfin sv...-fer .fm.'f. '.:: , 5 . ' -14211, , ,...,.,.,.... , . . ., Q fw g. 31-213:11 -- :'2':'?,'3?'?"' i'?fSl"T'i .iff I- Ea g '. -eff Gsslsirffr:-f:ffa1,r:f..,wg V-A fs' -gee--FA --,-1 ---Q 'LL -'DIZ The Wrestling Club , The Normandy Wrestling Team had two meets, both of which were with University City. Our wranglers won one and lost one. I Although the club was organized just this year. the boys did very I well. Hampp took second place in the 165-pound match at Columbia, N and Heibel won third place in the 145-pound class. Schell would AML have won his match in the state meet, but he used an illegal hold and was barred. We hope the club will continue its good work and be even more successful next year than it was this year. Second row: R. Scott, Major. Jones. ' First row: Saldofsky, Heibel. R. Hampp. YVi11iams. In the matches with University City Saldofsky, a heavy-weight, weigh- ing 182 pounds, won o11e match, Scott 165 pounds, also won one. Hampp, a 15,5 pounder, did the same. 'Wi1liams, weight 175, won one and lost one. Heibel, who weighs 145 also split his two matches. Schell, 135 pounds, was victorious in both of his lights. Jones, whose weight was 115, fought to a draw in one match. The club earned the reputation of being a group of clean, hard-fighting wrestlers. Hampp has gained much recognition for his prowess on the mat. x l I The squad A . ,Q Richard Scott Lawrence NVilliams I Horace Jones Norman Schell Richard Heibel lfarroll Saldofsky Ralph Hampp an lg ' 115.6 qixtx fou 'P' ,if ""' bw-rl' ... .- . L.,-.L 12:11 -P'-2--1 '- rw .f-fi vm-1 ner Q-...foe-H--u'sz,ff Y-s: , -.--0 .- -. 3.3--...sf -Y M- s , - . , -ai.. . , -R.-.. -VA. ... . ,L , ., -'CPS WNV'-"'--i"1"b mf.. .. A -' 4' , . 5, . . eq, - ' . : .r ' S c ar..-, -J . v -Q -2 s,f5,1r1 ,. -. . ,.fssig,3.a. E K . 641, - ,,". - F L : gifs-' ,,,.Q., E.-tm:-.9-"5-2, .+fQ.ff-g-gs-,Q,g.,A .-'?'.y, .Yr 'ff fm:-..::...-.w.--'Kf'?----pfff--TE-:sw-f ."- --,-1 - T "L-Q' K 'W -- f'-4. '.' pour. -11.,.l-- ,'pln.:nv,1.r- . ,1.A'.s,- .',.'r,....- .C. , . ,. . . ' , , Z" , JI ' ' " " ' ' ' " ' ' "" " ' ' ' 1 ' I' - ,N 'n 4 f -I-l'lZ JUFIIOI' l-II8l'1 BdSl42tbdll TZGTTI n The .Nl5I'l1l2lllllj' Junior High basketball squad won half ol' its sehed- I uled gralnes This year. ffoaell Shipherd Took Ten inexperienced boys and trained theni very efficielltly. The squad did not hit ifs stride until the end of the season, hut then The boys played like veterans. The boys grained much experience tlirougrh their practiees and games, and should have a very good seabon next year. The nielnhers of the squad were S. Talley, Kallvy, Ste-ge, Soannell, lVood, Aussie-ker, 1f1'l'l'1l0l'. Tracy, Pollard, and Roth. The letferinen were NVoocl. Kreiner, Pollard, Traey, Aussieker, and S. Tallev. Sen-ond row: Roth. Stege. Shipherd, Svannell, Kallvy, First row: .I. Kremer, Aussieker. 'I'rzxcy, C. VVOOLI, Pollard. S, Talley, Burpress, .l. 'l':1lley. Line-up lVood .,... . ........ ..,. . , . Kremer ., Forward Forward Pollard Venter Tracy l.ll....... Guard Aussieker ll... Guard Schedule Normandy 9 .,,,,. ,,,,, ,. ,. , NVQ-llslon lil N01'lll?lllLly l5 ...... Normandy 9 ...... N o F1113 n cl y l8 .... St. Vliarles 12 Home Heigzlifs lil New Overland l5 Sixtx iiu I' X f L Al lk 53" Q-wr.-if . Vase S J .'- 'X ,4,,. : , ., ,,,.-,w, L,5,,.?x:,,, , ,,,Y.4, f,,.?5,5,,:. - iv- -.E,.-f f.,--",,' H... ,.1.-,5, f.,f. i:AQf.,: F, ,:' .,,,9.- ,af-Q3 'Q-Q, e .-T-,:,,1,431 -Rm ' -5' -Q: ,Saw K.,-"'l , m fg .f c P ar: el-.1-,:',zfa'--ff :s::l':f4a1:vz1afe5?Q'HrP:'Pc--161'-2 '11 '-'W-1 513.3 'F :L ..:- 121-rg: Gzzrgzsgxv-1-sfmevffg'4eg,g1-5 .- W 3,1 fff-vvfs.. --. fe- 9 , 5 - - -af f! ug -- Q' !-l'1-Q s .lg nl ' -3-5 !!'T: .lf V! 53527 ?l2'11r'f" ' 7-,!f I-'le ef! , -af-!, -E , -.1-a 129- If-gg , sm 'ram " ., , ,. ff' 'NK r, 9, The Junior High Baseball leam Uoach Shot'stall's baseball team had a very successful season. The boys won the championship by taking four games and losing none. The only two players from last year were Russell and Albert. These two constituted the battery. The former was the pitcher, the latter, the catcher. Coach Shotstall deserves praise in training the team to per- fection. . . The squad consisted of Russell, Albert. S. Talley, VVood, Willman, Captain Tracy, Aussieker, Pollard, Gacki, Moritz, Roth, Davis, Cech. Ray Kremer, Ilebrank, Scannell, Stege, Schulz, Yates, Katz, H. Albrecht, and John Kremer. The lettermen were Russell, Albert, S. Talley, Wood, Tracy, Willman, Stege, Scannell, Pollard, Gaclti, Aussieker, and R. Kremer. Third row: Albert, Pollard, Schultz. Scannell. Stege. Aussieker, Tracy, Russell, Davis. Second row: Shofstall, C. Wood, E. Smith, R. Kremer, Hebrank, Roth, Gacki, S. Talley. Cech, First row: Sllliclllman, Katz, D. Russell, Huggins. Yates, Monken, Young, H. Albrecht, John Kremer. Line-up Russell ,.....,, .......,.........,...,, , .... ..... P i teh Albert ......, . .................. Catch S. Talley .. ..,... First Base Woocl ......,. .. .,,,.. Second Base Willmaii .,.... .......... S hortstop Tracy .......... ......... T hird Base Aussieker .... ................ L eft Field Pollard ....... ..,.. ..,,.. C f enter Field Gacki ...................,,,,,. ....... .................. R i ght Field Moritz and Roth ......... ,........ R eserve Pitchers ' Schedule 3 l' '9 .Normandy 3 ,.......,.. .......................... I Ioine Heights 2 Normandy 6 .........,. ,...... I laryland Heights 4 Normandy 16 .........., ......., W ellston 7 Normandy 5 ...... ...... N ew Overland 3 'K " P ar Page Sixty-six 'CBJ-"'Y"I' ,"-1"-A2253-5E'f"'f91F ,,- '-5111!--2-w'-:cw--5: -Q ---- .3 -gap: .spray-an-e-.Q , - 1 - -- -Y, .rg za -- ' if-if ,sr- gg- " '.. ,. 'J l5 l!fl!.Ef3',,,-555 - ,f -. 3 5 , , X -. ,.- --up - - e .-mf: ' .- .. - . i. t - W ' , - f -'e . -1 ., +- -' . , A . - -. W'-ef-. ' 1 'ww . -xp-..g . asi a. ' ??1 ,-1?+f1 wf.- ' . ,, x:.e Fw :--fr'-1... F9-T: f..:f1-,a-....'E:z....1v:r.,-55-::.s'.g.,Ug-g-39,2fe Q." .-. '+ af- : -..,.e-.'1.',f:qs:,,, , ,. .l l-he Junior l-ligh School liraclc This year Junior High Track Team did not have much chance for training' because of the inadequate Held and track equipment. The team was only in one meet which was held at Taylor Field. Our opponents were Maryland Heights, Wellston, St. Charles, Home Heights, and New Overland. Maryland Heights won first place and St. Charles, second. Coach Shipherd boys scored only three and one-third points. Tracy. having won fourth in shotput and fourth in discus, was high-point man with two points. Pollard took fourth place in the 220-yard run. thereby gaining one point. Aussieker made the other one-third point when he tied for third place in the high jump. Tracy Pollard Aussieker Schumacher Stege NiehofT Third row: Stege. Pollard, Tracy. Aussieker. Cody, Gacki, Shipherd. Second row: Young. Graham. Niehoff, Scannell, Roth, Schumacher. First row: Smith. Hebrank. R, Kl'0H1Hl',K'GlllY'j', Banks. Buzzetta, The Squad Kallvy Buzzetta Scannell Kremer Miller Cody Roth Graham Gacki Young Hebrank Qin v sex' sie -f xl A-fw"f'.-w':i' fam-"' fee-. -3. -"QW" 'F J' NM 1'-J 4 an Page - . K. --' Q11 : 1-e 4 --' 'wan fffrf fxfnfr- a?iT 4' "Wifi "'i"' -"""-"1-:va --"fi .J --211:-:fx-11:1- f eff-:A .r- ' --af -W ,L+-15' -' iw'ff f'? f . Q1 ' e - L 1, '-: "V, 1.-N. fha..- -f".-f-'-M " -Ve :T---az , -.-fr .5 f.-, Q .., V, ., .... . ., .... . ,,. c . , .. A . , . .A . .. .... .. ..., . .,. . ., .. . ..,.r.,,......, .,...,... F- "Wz'1if N7 offs-E'-5-" H' - ',"":": Z5EG?'f?,,s:T '-IEW, t iff?-wrt-eafasfnz'--I-ifzfr .-P -uf Hg ff ' "' : 'ig'-s-:sift :1,,.,'c -',q.gvg.-we - JH -2 6-mn' 'IVF ff . 1 L- -mf, ,,,..,.f-,., a. ,wr ,- :'2f',,.:H--S,?'1.L..i- 5L . ,,.. EL- gm- -gig!!-vlm , -.5 M , Ig , .K . I e - . - Q. f .. 1--1:...-:,.,ff1-4-.--,..-5.51.-,sfs.- ,nz pf"-,f 1,-:Q-f-Yi.-,.-if -V,-...,-,ri-,Q:g::1..:i-:inf,f-:-1-ri--.fs-' ,-1 ga-iff-fgr. 3 .4 , , The Girls' Coaches Miss Anna Strassncr, a gradnatc of Xllashington University, can1c to Normandy in 1926 to take charge of the girls' athletics. She coin- pleted her coaching career in January when she became a social science instructor at Normandy. Miss Strassner's ideals and standards of sportsmanship always have been the very highest. She is to be highly connnended for her splendid work in training the girls in healthy sports and in inspiring a high f-1 as o 4, spirit of loyalty and co-operation among them. X J Eli f l Ei iii ir AW. i W wa. g in 1 ' 7 i ' X . a n WEE f Strzlssner, Fager. Kahl. In January, Miss Dorothy Fagcr, a Missouri University graduate. took Miss S'f1'2lSS1101'iS place as the Physical Education instructor and the coach of the girls' teams. She received her athletic experience while at college, for she took an active part in hockey, baseball, swimming, and dancing. Besides sponsoring the Girls' Pep Club, and coaching the girls' teams, Miss Fager organized a Mothers' Gym Club. Miss Helen Kahl, the assistant coach, has been at Normandy since September. During her four years at Missouri l'nive1-sity. Miss Kahl participated in many athletic activities. She has been a very willing and capable helper to Miss Strassner and to Miss Fager. l' 'ige qixty-eiglit li Q -. - . 0 1'Q-- -.--'wwf-v 1-.ww gf--r 1:-'I -r.,-r v,.,,,.-w..v-.WM '.-1.7. --g .-A-44--f-,. , . -e--s----Y V, .. , . -, .. .,, - -- . Y-- ,. . , ., .- .-- vw, , . sa.-,,, f -ma - ,., ,,- . -, . , : .,,f , . A , E- Q'sv-3,9 i ,fa-ra-v f 1'--as ' - , -- as :,-I., " .t hIgvfwf!5-ssg i ffssm-l-!+'4-F -13?f-ii-s-":l-iT'-1E'.sfr: PMI, .'ff'ffi'Pf11:.iS"f.+3:ff1- ffilglflgfx 4- Q.-s., .-I.-.h',:,.,-.,.,,...1,v ,A-lvprlnvqv.-7. " .- A-.1 ..:-.. ,:. , -J, . ..l., v. ."" "L Q ' " "' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' f' " f -----v-.--W' -was-1 A H- A ,-fggfm , ir'-gr-5 f, - ::3:xs:x -53+ t-" xg-' Q4-iggpffsj rzqw'--T:fp'x2':'5fr-f''iff 333, 9531- if 'L-.w"1'f1H"5'S41L, I sff. 1. ,..,. , , , ..- - V- -.-+-s' . -' s ef -: J .-.,-V--V -. f--- . . ,ff " f-.-M ' ' 'F5 .,- -' f - -- - 11- fav--21' A' . N- - - s -73m-.: f,:?-- 1-.116-2 ni-,!,-'-4 v:.:'5-354-aff.-'ig L." J- -sf' :f-5,341-4...-a.-. V T, ,A , J i The Girls' Hockey Team Tl1is year, as in 1929, Normandy had a hockey Team. The varsity squad, chosen from Three class teams hy Miss Strassner and Miss Kahl. made a very good showing wiih the oiher county schools. Normandy placed three girls on the All-County B Team: ,Berenice - i Meyers, left fullbaekg Elvira Adams, right innerg Marie Johnson, right halfhack. Schedule Normandg l .,..,,,.. .,...,,.., ...... .... . K i rkwood 4 Normandy 2 ...... A. Clayton 0 Normandy Normandy -3 ,...., . 4 ,..... ,. VVebster 23 VVellsTon 2 Third -row: Taylor. Girshner, Hampton. Lathom. Strassner. Sec-ond row: IJ. Fitzwater, Duckworth. Pauivoast Berry. H. Meyers. Nooney. Uellerinain. First row: Marie Johnson, Loesch, Avlalns. Kamuf. Gug'gre-nhueliler. Kissner, Heeter. Line-up Katherine Duckworth ,. ..,.,,.... .. . Goal-keeper Margaret Nooney il- x- -1 I, ,l. Althea Girsliner N ' Lift h"1'f'M Marjorie Taylor .,....,.. . .Right Fullhaek Marie Johnson l Daphne Fiizwater li Lucille Pointon f Ruth Pancoast lieft llalflvaeli Tenter lialflmaek l Fern Oellermann I R-0,1 tx II lf, , ,k Mary Olmgst N. , A 12,1 a nic, Berenice Meyers ...... ....... , . .... , .... Left Wing! Mildred Hampton ..,...l. ,.,. .... I J eft lnner , Elsie Kamuf Cflaptj 4 Mildred GllQ'Q'0Illflll0llll1l' A-i i i- ..i.. ....,.,. ,...,. I 1 inter f l I I Elvira Adams .,........................,,.,.. ,... . . Right Inner Evelyn Loesrh Helen Bmrrv v Riwht NN inn- P1546 Sixtv nine ,. -r '17 'kg-4.1f-og .fb qw xp ,sc L, -M., ' Y , . 5 , D P K l . . 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F0l'W2ll'f1S 15l'l'0Il1C0 M0y01's Ersu 1q0l1lS1i0 1410111 O01101'111z11111 Ruth 1'z111c11z1st K2l11lK11'1lll1 Fz11'1101' K2ll1l0I'1Ill' D110k11'111't11 Nf11'111z11111y N111'111z111c1y 5 ,9 Nc11'111z11111y N111'111a lll1j' Nr11'111z1 1Il1j' X , an ag 11 ,,,,,. 151 111110-1111 C'e11te1's Elsic- Kamuf EV01yn L00sc11 Mario Jf11111so11 11121160 H01-101' 1111111111 II111101' 30110111110 -I ,..... 1 -mv ' qlXtl G1l2l1'l1N Mi1111'011 1111111111011 I 111101110 I 11i11to11 Elvira Adams A111193 Gi1's111101' 11I211'g'.Z"Hl'C'1 N001111 I Mi1c11'011 11llgIgl'0l113lll 1 01 .. F01'g'11s1111 . FOI'g'llS0l1 .11I21D1l1X1'00K1 ........1+'11i1'Vi011' 1S1'011twc11111 18 213 28 10 3321 Pune 1 "-111' fy..--Q. N. 21.32,-f r -- fa-'U-Y'-:wa-1-'Q ,.4--'- 1 'Q '-"Y" ' r' , -'fl' . 1, , ,'."E'1C-.4.-'-' -" -W 'T -1.. -.anifffffafif 5:13135 'wx fr 4-12 ' f "gf-f'5f'5"1 - ...,... ,- .... -. ,.,,...,,,...,,,... . .. ..,, . . , , .,.-g,s:,.. . ..-f-:ag-e14.,,. ,J .5 .xr-LiA.i,w9',4.qt, MY:,,hN ,K . V, 6, JV UNT.. 1- ,U 7 LVN .,,g,, ,A i LU. -- - -A-svn-2:-.1-:, -1. -s. .HFMZM ...A .eT.ff:,v:L-:a1:v:rA ,. 1-.1-.2::f,q...af, -af.-1.,1 ..-3. ,4 , , , h .-1. 1 I The Girls, Volley Ball Team The girls' varsity volley hall team enjoyed a very successful season. The girls had a lot of pep and light, and therefore won all of their games. As this was tl1e first time Normandy ever had a girls' volley ball team, Coach Fager was very pleased. d Miss Fager chose this team from a very large group of girls who came out for practice. After all the varsity games were over, an inter- scholastic tournament was held. The senior team won the tournament. held for the Senior High. A Junior Iligh tournament was also held, and the Middle Juniors were defeated hy the Lower Juniors. Third row: Marie Johnson. Oellerman, Schaettler. Sem-ond row: Kissner. Latham, Fager. Nooney. Adams, First row: Meyers, Meehan, Burkhurst, Fleming. Snlzmaxn, Line-up Margaret ,Nooney Elvira Adams Elsie Kamuf Pearl Meehan lierenice Meyers Marie Johnson Pauline Schaettler Evelyn Kissner Sara BH1'lil1ll1'Hi', Captain Schedule Normandy S16 ,...,,.., ........ ..... .,...,. . , ...., lf ' ergrnson Il-1 Normandy 229 ......... ....,. W ellston 24 I, Normandy 40 ,...,.... Ritenour 236 E , Normandy -18 ........ ..,, l irentwood 20 2' a aa . Page Seventy-one , :A-. -4 - ,.-,!1.f.,,-,-f-- .--- .--.f- v . . W ,. -1ua yi'.'+x1'f6-gf-Iv-rp.5T , 4 .-3, -U1-, , -Fra Vt."-ff-- .5-,a ---L , it 11- :pr xfqgj ?7,,c ,-71.-,.f:ff-117-,3.,--- A L ral- . --- in-.A-f:':f:'f'f'EEfg!g"F, , - ei-Tqgfzt E" -fam!! -f Q:V-1-'5.- :-1 ,1f:-:..- QE .,:.,a, .,:,fqf-if-f ., 4.5, -2-1 if The Girls, Baseball leam This ss-ason has lwon vory siicccssliil for tho girls' liaschall tvain. 'Flu'-y havv all thi- prospects of winning all their ganivs. Thi- varsity twain was chose-n liy1l'oa0l1 Fagvr from a group of girls who Cilllll' out. for p1'ac'tic'm-. Class l02lIl1S worm- also c-hos:-n and each class ts-ani hacl a gaino svlivcllilecl with another school. The usual class tvani tournainvnt will he hold lwtwc-on tho Si-nior lligh tvanis and tho Junior High ti-anis. Thi- winner ot' tho tournanu-nt of tho Sm-nior High will have its nunim-ral placed on the baseball hannor. Sohoflule NO1'ITl?ll1lly 20 ..... ,. .... .,..... ,...,.'.., ..,,., 14 ' 1 'rguson ll Normandy 20 ....... ...... I Iancock lil Normancly 50 ........ i. .... We-llston 16 Third row: Adams. Nooney. Oellvrman. Farber, Girshner, Second row: Biringr. Er-kert, Guggenbuehler. Fager. Bland. Barkhurst. M. Johnson. First row: Salzman. Kissner. Pancoast. B. Moyers, D. Fitzwuter, Kumuf, Heater. Daphne FllZW2lll'1' Elsie Iiillllllf .,....,, . Margaret Xooney Marie Johnson ...... Line-up ......,ii... l'21l'Cll ........... ljitch First Base .. First Base Soconcl Base Bervnicc Moyers lvaptainj ........ Catherine Farber Elvira Adams Marie 1ICGlC1'..,. A Sara. Barkhurst Anna Biringi. i.i, , , Marian Salzman ,. ......Thi1'cl liaso ,Shortstop ,, ..,,., ....... I loft Fielcl llL'l1l01' Fic-ld . , .. ...,. Right Fic-lil I , I9 Vtility Mcnibers ' Ruth Pancoast Mario Eckert Evolyn Kissncr Fvrn U0ll0l'lll2'lllI1 Milflrctl Bland Milmlrvcl Guggvnbuvhlcr Altliva Girshncr " 5" l'ug:v Sow-lity-tvvo . - f A' -. 'l-- L Q kg. - A J- ,J -Ba -7 5 h , ' -K ,.,., I , -,A 1'-. , U 1 " M' x N 'i-fl---Y-m f-f' -.n:.f1.,..wfff:s.t'ffY',. :atv f:?f1m-,f.,--fn1.2-fi-.zfz-wa.---.4 .." " ,A my -s -' .Edge This year the hockey teams were organ- ized along different lines, each class having a team. Other county schools also adopted this ar- rangement. A sched- ule was then made. The Upper Senior Class had the best record of the season, winning two games and tieing one. The Middle Senior Class won two games and lost one, which was the next best record. The Lower Senior Class played only two games, losing one and winning one. Qian The Hockey Teams I i e Seventx thi e ,.e--Qe-e.9gc. SCHEDULE Seniors: October 30: Normandy 2, Webster Groves 2 November 3: Normandy 3, Clayton 0 November 12: Normandy 3, Kirkwood 1 Juniors: October 21: Normandy 5, Wellston 11 October 28: , Normandy 0, University City 5 November 11': Normandy 2, Webster Groves 1 Sophomores: October 28 Normandy 0. University City 3 November 5: Normandy 5, Wellston 1 a .9,--L 'elf uk "Al I4 LX 0 '. Q- s -if v , ,, - ,. ., ,, .... . ., .. .. ,. F . , .C ...r if-4 V-lf. s ' JH '1:g1L"5'rZfFEf72L'?'Yf5-'W' 5'T5f'f3?'C'6'-.. "5'w:f'T? ""' " '."'i'3S'f,'-IM' f' fs" 'fe '-r 'sr "WY ' -'rw ET'-xi"-"'3'7""""' .TQ " K tvs-e.s:.s:, ..cc,Q1-wg... 1 a s V s s m i h i q f e . . s f - , N , .. .Q , ,inf . . . ,,,,.t,.,,.,.,.,. A.,,. ,:,, ,,,. ,.:, 1 H , . . ., ..,. , .2 .... -e..-., ... ill Youth is truly naive in its diversions. It is aligned to pleasure with a sort of nervous co-ordination. Never ab- sorbingly analytical it plunges into joyousness with confusing abandon. But, ever sympathetic with elder suggestions it yields most likely to the higher impulse. Ill Youth's sense of humor is a truly delightful thing, and makes drab conditions endurable. Its Wholesome intelligence will ever paint life in luminous tints for it is the quintessence of life. flll..ife's pleasures arrayed in cap and bells, are irresist- able to Youth- Youth, the ro- m a n t i c colorist 19? ,R I .aw ,-" I F J! su- 1 5 ffffjg WWA 32134 113 1 fix U42 .J FSQT RBS Wb?5WiEFTVR4'QifEQ?m3wfT?TfuFETff3 f15?Www5vGf?W1fnW+Wrt'ofrwg"fv xi ' Y- ':'r-nag' C'4'-K Q 6' 6 ek' 1' i 'HA v w ww , I Q J' A A .'-rT"i.i:i-i?Y?Ll:r,t.i5 M!-7 '1zI1!J+,!iT'if5fZ!!9I ' lg-rigiisr l .f!c'I?:'i':!,'Eii2-Nw-liz.-' '31!:i?:'f-flQ2!,. w!- --:lag .. f " .3 : g5.,:!! ,.- , F' 4 The Coronation X .1 5 19 His Royal Majvsty. the Viking' King' of Xorniandy, and his loyal sub- jects have this year succumbed to the captivating' blonde ln-auty of Mildred Hampton, whoin the King chose to reign over his subjvcts at Normandy for the ensuing year. Attending her was the dark-haired, sparkling' beauty, Melba Krepps, as Spvcial Maid of Honor, in contrast to the oxquisitv fairness of the Qin-on. On thc arm of Frvd Rahningr. hor Majesty was led to the raisvd dais, wllvro sho was crownvd hy Androw Haut. a represontativv of the King. Tho other inaids. Compos- ing the Vonrt ot' Honor to tho Queen wc-1'0 the lovoly Evelyn Loesch. the fascinating' Elvira Adams, the cliarining' Ersa Kc-niskv, tho dazzling- Ma1'gra1'fit Ley, the enchanting' Mldivl Lovvjoy, thc vivacions l'liai'lotto Vinyard, tln- attractive Essiv llewiiig, the filll' Dorothy liiornian. tho pretty Nancy Ill-ilws, and tho dainty Luvillo Millvr. T110 Royal ll0lll'l was 1-ntvrtainc-cl by a ballot ot' dancvrs, who wow well trainvd by Miss llICFZl1'l2il1ll. Thvn the Court enjoyed a special nnnihci' hy tho very g'1'Ht'0l3lll lie-tty Ho1'lw1-t. As tho pagv, Rosalind Unlli, clad in g'0l'Q00l1S rainivnt, raised hor bngrlv to pour forth rv- sounding' notvs, tho Queen daintily and Q'l'ilK'0lulllly stopped from hor thronv, and tho Royal Court clispvrse-ml to ho Slll'l'0l1Illl0tl by adiniring' friends. Wi Abs. AEEEEB 'QEHEEII7 'QF' l"'1ge Qi venty-six from ,. , + ., s1ff'Tf'W ',.,'P'f'GAff2.'f',s '-We-f-ws "IT 'J' "CY'7f'i 'y'."N' ,."! YT" ""T-Y-' ?.n' 4-""'-4'-"li 'YT 774' 'nl -"""'5!-" ""1 - v' ' " -' ' "' FTS1 I 'f""' ' ' - - -4,45 . s..w'-1 ..f , K 1 4 AV - . egg,-:., -1,, ,- 1 , - f- qzf.. .--, f,-Av , - my A ,.g!.,3.?ggvsg!:-irfn,--:Gish:jg -fstfgn-?::,'13:. z 'A -1-in 5. i-:5?:.s:EfZ::Y. ff-3'rf-:rf 1'-r- 1 . .-M.--1 f- . ,, . X - , .29 f- .s .--ff rv. -,.--ww... 1- -. .-.1,.,..,-.:+- X .4 , .-f-uw -1' n..- , -,W-.f i - - 41 .511 'v2:e?wi:1w+-1,13:--fa-.agw5:q.L:. . ff-gM:f,?-LQ 1- 3. -if- 1, ,.-N ' The Saga Queen and Her Maid of Honor Mildred Hampton x gl Meloa Kreops ' ' s X A- K4 . l':1gv hvVm'l ty-Sv 'ell T ? - 4 :, 1'-re-r.-:-, . ',-.1f,-tw - -.:2f:,-..'-.,'..- 1-, --' -'-'nv -- " agf' .-r : 3-,uf .. ., ,, 2 . A'-.f.-,. 2 1 :w,1..,., ...-:...1, Q 1 A-, .j:,':.-Q., , f' Q f .- , 6 , . z1..,f f..,,.. .- , -. .H f:1..7fi-I'-,-2!:3ff'.f:f': Nr- wi: .P 'TJ "-5--'fifw-1-iifijfa?-''Q' -1 -5-:4?53:IC.Q x E,:T5?':!'r2-'-r:1"".-'1 J? "'f"E --Jef'-. '1: -fra, .?':5 as K ' 'R' " 4" fr,-.fv 1'--15,5-ft 151,-L-TQ? Cv eiggif-'f'riwe::TQ'F? C'1Q56.f' .-'- ' "1 -:elf 6"i'Z?rff-5'v'1-' 21111 :G Contrast In sununer time, I've seen Swirls of gold and emerald green Sxvung o'er an azure sky, Gorgeous elouds that moved as slowly As derelict ships in a. long row, Drifting, drifting gently by. This is supreme Thought I. Then looking' down I've seen, A daifodil Upon the hill- And paused to dream. Vera Frink 'I 'S on 5.0 ' A .3-..: '-li: 122 i FVI2f1CiS Friends are queer things, This I will vow. Friends are dear things, I know it now. l have a friend that is a treasure. I sing her praises to the sky, She treats me royally, without. nieasur Giving me most every pleasure. Shelll never leave me .,.....,.,. for she 's I. Vera Frink Lower Junior High Class Smith. Forrest Smith, Harold Smith, Kathryn Smith, Marjorie Stanfield, Mary Steiner, Russell Stevenson, Robert Storm, Harold Strub, Catherine Sueker, Elsa Symon, Margaret Taylor, Alberta Wagner. Berniee Wallace, Orval Walker, Kermit VValker. Nora Walsh, Michael Weber. Nolan Webster, T. F. Wenzell, Russell West, Clarenee Westervelt, Betty Wheeler, Billy Whitlwell, Edith 0 . i fs, 1. '- bag, . Talley, Sanford Williams, Lucy Mae Thien, Charles Willman, Harold Thomas, Guenevere Wilkey, Rossella. Toolen. Francis Wilkinson, James Travis. Louise Willman. Clyde Trimble. Fay Winer, Joseph Trueblood, Vern Witherspoon, Howard Tumbehl, Dorothy Wolz, Wayne Tuttle, Paul Wright. Lawson VVade, lwlurguret Yates. James an as. Q 4, Page Seventy-eigzqht .V L- ---' D-..,.c., Y 4, .,:,,,r .N,,- , , ,. ., , t,, N., 4 , A ,V Y V W M V E ----w:z9+:-If-'-' -k -'- n- .',5.,i,gf ' '. '-1 Q , -- L 44:5-, .-,:-,f-b " HH, ,., ,J ,- , .',, fsgafwy-f-:Q -11' fu , .-+t,,.3-.Ax-.. " -24, - 'R C?-x .G-vff-f-.1 ' ' ,f. .,Ls: -s.'I.'.4:1v-'zarzxnea -aw-5 5:2133-.':. -5 K- ,,fg.. f5 ,, . L3 - -- ', . ,.,.:7., -I 3- J I love tall mountains VVith stones at their base, And snow at their peaks, And trees on their face. Mountains so high That the skys brush their tips. And tenderly caress them NVith cold bluish lips. Their ridges reach up 'llll1'0l1gl1 space that is far. Singing wild songs To some lonely star. l love mountains, They seem so sublimcg God, give me mountains, Then peace will be mine! Vera Frink 'I ,a 'n s .1 it 9 GD I '5"""'3:-' 1 1 11. Ca. Ii' Shadows are wierd and strange With their soft, clinging smoke Casting its images about Like at black, beaded cloak. lntricate, dull, patterns of life Wrought with subtle design Soon grow monotonous, Like your days have, and mine. Some shadows are like people Vlad in soft and tilmy laceg Watching their slow sarabands, I see-your face! Vera Frink Page seventy nine Mountains Shadows gif nj .Shih . -:.-vritcf V-e ff F5 , . :a j 3f,ii3-,-!:i4f"5,- 715.345 -1 -- H- A izgafifgfi-xifffkz - 1-if-gg-':'4.f' f wg ...-,,:1+v.:... . 551- .p,-nw ,- ri.. ,A-.g.1.v,,, . rp . ,'H'- --. : aah... ..,:.4,.. .:i.c,.- -Ag,-.1,. -1 ...fu .1-L.-L... ,,-.., 11-.. .. gx...'1v..:........- .1 .,,,-,,:.., -+ o f "-rl-'AE'-':,,gL3fiA""f'1Q5if -:g,:"-, A7"',Q:-14, . 1, 5, 4-e .-,-291 K- v.-- .- ,q-.,f,..-, - ., , F 4 4 -P . F- X- 4 .. ,w.,.-N..-1 ,. f ,. C , .,,.. ,Q N ,L f . . . 1- fr" " . f " x :M .F Snap Shots This babe with bangs on her brow Is very much grown up now, l solemnly swear "Ann's Little Affair" Proved that she is, and how! This dear little babe in the swing, Held tightly the ropes of the thing. And now she holds tight, With all l1er might. To things worth re- membering. This babe with the wonderful eyes, And a brow as high as the skys, Has grown to be Quite modestly, Sophisticated and wise. This boy with bangs and a hat, Bright eyes and a face that was fat, On the Courier is, And, O, gee whiz! Plays a violin, and that's that. GUESS WHO? L ,.-..:L.,. :-, This babe standing sweetly and quiet, Holding something so tightly by it, Was a dear I'll vow. And so she is now- No one can deny it. This babe with an innocent smile, And eyes that were sure to beguile, Writes now and re- ports On athletic sports. ln a terse and inter- esting style. This girl with the posture dramatic. And brown-spun hair o'er her attic, Has most everything. For gosh, she can sing, And never is tough or erratic. GUESS VVHO? X I ,, 5 ,fi V 14. m 1, Q Qs ,, I age lulghty 'x,.:"'rw-1 s .j-gn-,3r:.1g1g.-1 'yur 3...g1'f-'-Q---4'-3,17 1:-L wg:-" '- ,ff 1'--2x 2"s-'- -uf we? A Y: 1- 5, Q x i- , ..v - ' 1"P'f 4'QELLv,-If .1-H 'Zi- .-v. " 91-,. .rryw A ',j.jL',TZ:ZFZF5T"f" 41 ' if -53" f"j'Qf"11'-Ffqfgylxj,-.?1,I'j fr- 1 - cg -' i,,2Ts:'31"7'f-ji7:4-f rf'-fij' 'Q-' 1-V gi.:-L,-4.71-.,:r .1---gee! .fuse 1-- ,M .A n V' - ' f Snap Shots 1 Q 2 . , , AM , Cheer lenders are few: not many Can cartoon. sing. be witty, and clever. There will be no Football, baseball, other Juvki Not all that is good- A sweetie, not much more, Things pleasantly understood- So, the life of Orr. Swacker, Taylor, 0, my dear, See how he guards her closely. She with her brown eyes clear, He with his pockets mostly. Clowning is an art you know, Lloyd inherited it. Mildred sweet. goes to his show, and Enjoys his wit. Evelyn stands with Kathryn here So friendly like, he- guiliug Days away, with friendship dear, And forever smiling. I age I'i,.,htv one any To take his place with the girls. No. never! A gzgentlenian. Fred is, l'm sure. And Daphne's a lady petite. Never a truth was truer. Never IIIOFG SW'B9t. Marian is a friendly Miss, And so dear Char- lotte knew, I think their friends are sure of this, And I am too. LJ hifi , A 4. , ..u.L .. - - e- -1--,:.-.W ,.,,fQ1r.5f,,g- - X Q gag,--' -4-3-2: :-,111--"7 nag- rl -- 5, ' -1 qs,-:U .. 131- ':",,g.1,:Q , , 'T'-fit' . Qf fff' -J-1 -' i f - 1 " - .Q ,. . . v ,'fYw e-- " . -1 - , 1 " - f z'r::.-.:1-ra..-za, . 71-1+ .-..-ar. ...f,. . -1.-.- -. - A 1- 2 5-. . .c ...A . . 4. ...- -..., .f.. .V ..-.. .. .1 '.,. ,. .. ,,.- . -. :A7:dA, ,: ,...,-g'4h:3?,f1,x,,g,.,5.::5,.3,?1-mi: 5 :-,Z ,pqq-,1'5 s :w?w1,, li l - :-7 -7 453 5,-:,g,5,5-351:41---f,,5 ffffi- . ,.-f.. . W ,,.. -Hn A..-ff'f'-.ws ... .,.-. f -r -- --W-,. ,V .---- d - .- . . ..- ,P N ,Z , ,H 4 Snap Shots Second class "Pep- per" Boneau Want-a-bite ? The Three Muketeers "Tapper" Wolk Decorating The Front Steps 5.4 . "':"' r'- "bf--1-fs' -I -123355. ze- ,Gif 'W "'-T :"'f'1 "'-' L - '-.": . :f . - .3 b l I "FreckIes" Beard Monkey In-a.-tree. man "Can-blower" Wes sale Just Parking and Blocking Traffic. The Pan-Handler Captain "Boots" Foulis. lage Eighty two 'E1?"'Tir-452--Ziff' law- frm: Tf""'11""1-"'f?"""'i"" " 'K-are , pf -' -,Q-'S' w w- -'evra-eff-ew ' 1 ' "Custodian" Eyer- ..-. ,.-...AW .i,-. ,,,,, , r'x ., . - Snap Shots I'n1 just like the - - spring So fresh and green. What lives in trees? Oh, yes, we know. Not vicious, Perfectly harmless. They're smiling now But when it's time for Latin 'Class- Lloyd and an ice cream cone- XVhicl1 is Lloyd? Going to exams and happy- Going to Columbia. Sorry, this isn't a ' "talkie," What an earful you would get! l F 2 ' ' . 4 Page Eighty--three V i? ' I rs +-1. Lista.-12:2efagflfsfff A 4 - . 4.11-rs"..m.-.-,...r. 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T 1 3 mx E1 zff? ,Ad ' f f I N fig ,,! 1 11 ff! 2 f Ntffiff ' 4' f 2 N 7 7 f 715 16 s ' 155 5: 18 CWUTVCT- 5 HP .1 ? M . Qfrfk: 5 'fl P -5 29 . rf? vu- KEKJ ZJ- fri? -if Y .R ' ' I-f I ,- - . V ,g 714 Bxanelnc f 22:54 HOME THE 'imc N0 6 7 Q muon Bai A ' ' ' ' 'C . ff 1 is ff ll a rx " 5 f, e , 74. ,iq .3 . W 714-, ,F Flm.. f J 9 2 Ei? Q, 3 - S-if Dec. 1 v" f -'RESU us OF XMAS ls lil 'f ff f , if as f mad 43 jf 19 t 4? 5 Jan. 18 431, Tut 39 HALF ww e -4-"1 'JP 'POINT iff' . 'EJ' The first dance of the year was a huge success, Alumni. coaches, Hlld students were present. The proceeds went to the athletic fund. The Pep Club met for the first time this year and elected officers and twelve new "peppers". Well, it was a great night that night when Ritenour was cremated before a mass pep meeting consisting of mothers. fathers, sisters, brothers. and students. You haven't forgotten the Snake Dance. have you? The first game of the year was won from Ritenour Zllld what a score, 6 to 0. Joseph Ehrhardt visited us, displaying his talent and trophies that he wo11 by his model ZIQFODIZIIIGS. "Yum, yum, give me another marshmel- low." Comments similar to this were made as the trip to the Chain of Rocks Waterworks, taken by the chemistry and general science classes, neared the end. Now you're in for it. That is if you're a freshman. The poor little captive "fresh- ies" got their punishment when the king and queen of the sophomore class held court in the assembly. What fun! As usual the County Teachers' Conven- tion, but this year the County Band per- formed for the teachers. Now weren't you surprised to see Abra- ham Lincoln in the assembly? And wasn't Mary Todd Lincoln the little spit- flre wife? Theres that "Little Brown Jug." We all know what that means. Coldness means little to us when there is that annual Thanksgiving football game with Well- ston. What a success it was! "Betty Engaged" was the delightful play given by the Dramatic Club Jolly old St. Nicolas was at the animal Christmas dance, given by the P. T. A. He distributed toys to all good children. And say, that was a merry crowd! Beaumont students visited our Museum Club. We were highly complimented on our collection. The Courier staff presented a play en- titled "The Courier Man." Now guess who it was that came to the rescue at the last moment? None other than I Lge Fights foul 1 .Z , f W f X 2 ,, A 11 - 1 - -- - . ... ., . ,Y A , , n W ,.. - . . f .. .Y .-.-rf aa.- 1, 1-Y -f--.v,---- -1--. :vw--A-rf-I - -r-41' - ' - - , - r. . 'H .1-XL' Us sz.-'Q "L-.,.-.'M4g+.-1'-q-2-v-f-f"-' .,-rr'-1' " - I '-'-- 'f fl ' :. . r f'-5' - .: ' v-,pr - 7'Qf t,,,7:?zt,'i.. . '6,t"3rh. :fth e 15' . V. - f-:-mifzff-'sit 3337213T-.'FST-fzTf1:f:::?'srrg 473: .fits-1: a5'-'-eG1---A--f-r- P-1-ef - 1' F ' 'at ' " -ax ,,,-79,5 QQ- . ,QQ-5 ' , 3.i.y:j.l..,:Q-,,:,gt'f"'7 ,, v - nv -.,'.. , ,. 4. ' , 5 : . A 1 ., . 'Z -r-v - ,, 1 - '-.w .-fb'-v -4-,f 4"::::: x 1- i- f . - f if M gs.-gs.. .--- A -,,,-sms?-:5,,-get-'g5.'ZN':Y-,,.,.ia 1-is-.:i.1-5.1.1 fc..-,I-fr: ':.:'x-Arg-aefgf fu, ., V -nz .. - -. . za. .- -- "x ....-.-- ' ,A March 5 14 ZS April T 14 2-1 30 May 5 1-l 62 15 19 21 23 29 31 June 3 5 11 12 "Doug" Feb. 11 If you're a good speller why don't you challenge the Liter- ary Club. But look before you leap! The Kodak Club couldn't beat them. 17 Now you see it, and now you don't. But Dr. DeForrest sees everything, even blind- folded. 21 How Normandy does grow! ' Now we have another beauti- ful grade school to boast about. The Boys' Glee Club and the Band took part in the dedication program. An evening was well spent during the A synonym for "Cleopatra" is Jack Shafer. amusing production. As all Courier affairs are successes so was the annual St. Patrick dance. The Irish queen was none other than Elvira Adams. "As proud as a peacock." At the fashion show didn't the girls strut about? The day to vote. Well, tha.t's just an- other holiday for us. Presto-Chango-Now we have with us the mystery man, Robert Sharpe. Do you remember the trick concerning the nap- kin? To a very appreciative audience the Dramatic Club presented "The Valiant." With a hustle and bustle the group is off to Columbia. Everyone did his best to win. We were successful in whining tive state l1ono1's. The Seniors and their parents were hon- ored at the regular P. T. A. meeting. Re- freshments were served afterward in the Cafeteria. Both nights the house was full, and "Once in a Blue Moon" was given twice. Look out there! lt's not a live snake but it isn't the most gorgeous looking thing in the world. A tremendous num- ber of parents attended the open house and witnessed many original displays. The big secret is out NOVV. She's an adorable queen. Isn't she? The Junior Class honored the Senior Class by sponsoring a gala dance. Stunt day. A day of much hilarity. A few more days and the seniors will be gone. The honor students were initiated into the Honor Society. Reverend O. H. Swyers delivered the Baccalaureate Sermon. They always come back for more they say. Well, we don't know when tl1e Sen- iors are coming back, but they left us with smiling faces .f?J Junior High Graduation. We wou't get lost at this picnic because it is at West Lake, and we ought to know our way by this time. The doors are closed behind us. How- ever Normandy will open again in Sep- fember. Cdlenddl' l l IVE? N- . 1 fy E ' QQ? Af' 'X I -. Si-2? T7 if 'fri A in .V rwfr-, I fx l 'NT71 ,'!gs?9' -, ,ga-w1:.?2.,.7Yi. ,Z Q- 1 ' Q Q., QB Z mmm' Z? ,QW -'. 55. .F ' ,Z Si x 'fig ?f' ' , as ' - :,.w,, . is I ff- Saws. 1 5 f 'lv 1 .C 7-2 -U an iw f ,ff E 4414! f f . 1 4 A . 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I'll bet you come from a gallant old family." Harold: "Yes, they were all movie ushers." Howard: "Yes, dad, I'm a big gun over there at Normandy." Father. t'Well, then, why don't I hear better reports?', QUllllllllllllllllilllllilHllllll1llllllllIlllllllllillllllllltllllf'EY' lllllllll lIlf1Ili:liI!l!!l'EE.!" ' .J I .li WWII. 5 gWAbash 1260 WAbash Mug 2 DELIVERY SERVICE 2 iarsonvllle Drug Cog E NATURAL BRIDGE at CARSON RDS. E First-Class Drug Prescription 2 and f g Fountain Service 2 Freclilc W. Forthman, , E Experienced Pharmacist 3 illlllHllHllllllllllllllWlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllll 1 l'.f:Ii??lIlHllHllllilllllllllllllllllI Hlllll VlElI"'lI??lllItlHHll'l1llllllllllllllllllllflllllll"1"1I.'l .L QI'IIlH'lll Hl llllllllllll ll l l ll l l Ill.III!IlIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIlllllIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II Il A teacher: "These areII't my own figures l'm quoting. They're the figures of a woman who knows what she's talking about." Mr. Gosch: "When was current electricity invented?" LaVern: "174.2" Mr. Gosch: UNO, that was when Columbus discovered America. " yllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllHHHHlllllllilllllllllllllllllW E Glazing lVlUlberry 20082 Ashland Glass Company 2 6213 Natural Bridge Ave. E REPAIRINC A SPECIALTY 2 Mirrors Stained Glass 2 1lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lll Ill lllllllll I ll I llll ll! l lllll l HW ll3lllllllllllllllllll3lllllllllllllllllllliilulm 2 Phone, lVlUll::erry 2500 Prompt Serviceg RALEY'S SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GAS AND OILS i Tire and Battery Service 27300 Natural Bridge Road At Normandy 2 llllllllllllllllllllllllHHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Il' Illlll'2lIIlllII!lHillllHlllHlllIIlllllll1IIlllll1llIllllllllllllllllIlllIllllll'IlllIlllllllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'IlHHlIl'IIIl'Ill''HV'Ill'Vl'l'I'l'l'l"I'l'I1Il"llllllllll'llll'lllllllllllllllllllllll' HMT . ...III IIIIIIII. 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III I I III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1l'III'I'II'I' I II I I I I IIIIIII II I I"II':I' I-I"IIIIII IIIIII III ,,,, . .I I . ,,,,, .. .MMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I PASADENA HILLS THE GARDEN SPOT OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY Builcl your home in nature's beauty spot in the heart of Normandy, where the proper environments and best of Schools surround you. 3 PASADENA REALTY CO. 730I Natural Bridge Roarl Evergreen 30707 II..III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII', " IIIIII "", 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,IIIIIII II I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII ' ' I I I I 'I' 'IIIIIII .' .I I . IIIIII'I.IIIIII"II ' I' I'I.IIII. IIIIQI'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 5 W Officer Cro moforistj : You 0211111 JOHN C. ROEVER FEED mailto il Im-ft turn In-rv. 2 SC IVIILLING CO. Mil Ilzunptou Cflrivingr Ulllf Oh. I For F'or Q think I mm nlalco it. gl-Iorses, Mules, Poultry gcattle, Hogs, Pigeons E etc. Rabbits Miss Ayurs: If you could get along' 2 560I NATURAL BRIDGE AVE. ? K without that QIIIIII I should Olxflilllllj' gwholesale-Retail We deliver - - E 4-ngoy 11. ilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVIIIEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I II IIHII. , "' II' I III I IIIII..IIIIIIIII...IIIIIIIIIIII.I III .III. . IIII IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE ' 'II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I Shoes for the man who cares Farrell's Service l u Station 8000 st. Charles Road '.sI.' Batteries charged and rented phone' Wpkbash 600 "Where they fit your feet" I 482 HODIAMONT AVENUE IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I II I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIn' 'I 1" - 4"f-'Inv-ci,a,'1 ' I .ice Ll, , X 'I t . + ""'ww1 25:12 ' ' WW-12-4'-fPff' -2 mem ' -: vw-W' '- . V ,L . ,f . . A -. -A A -.L 4. . r. y I Y ,- W-"'1' -' f.v-Q9-:1---5 1av-- 9 ' rr-Y--.Sr .3 .r.. X -' 'v er- x- 4194: - ' 31 af Q 1- " . ff. ,, .- f my V sr:-f.. ,i.- .rs .Y 1- 2- " 11" ' ff'-rr:-.4 1 --1 '-11 ' -if-'- .1?-,ffl-. 1- " "I -..xr.e15f..e-tl':::?... , .- 4- A.. : a 2, . .. A " . un- -. ."l'-' . 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE , , WELLSTON BGTTLING WORKS, Inc. "The Liquid Candy Men" 2 5749-51 THEODOSIA AVENUE 2 Mulberry 0946 St. Louis, Mag 5IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIII II IIIIII IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII I IIIIIIII I IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II II I II II I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII IIII I III I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIII III IIIIIIIIIIIIII. gljhone, EVergreen 3392 E Dr. L.. B. Urban DENTIST Hours: 5 Daily, 9-12, I-5, 7-83 Sunday, 9-12 3 7206a Natural Bridge Rd. IIIIIIIIIIII,IIIIIIIZIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' 'INIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIII"IIIII III IIIIIIIII II V, Orr. "Hey, can you see anything up tI11'1'1-?" D. 011ng3st: 'tNope." II1'r': "Not EI thing?" Olingstz "Nope" Orr: 'IW1-ll, gotchcr eyes 013011 ' ?,- lhingstz "Nope, funny I didn 't think of that." 19111-111 "I hope the rain keeps 11p.' Lou: "Why?" Fern: 'ISO it Won't come down. ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII I Pasadena Pharmacy, Inc. Art Heineck, Ph. H. 7311 Florissant Road 2 CURB SERVICE 2 Free and Prompt Delivery Service EE'.Vergreen 9013 Mulberry 24772 5I'l'!I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I IIIIII IIIIII IIII III I I IIIII I II IIlIIIIIIIIIII'II1III IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIrIIIII. I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III IIIIIIII I - Phone. Residence gCAI:aany 6966 PArlcview 3531-We Q "Steele's Service Satisfiesn L eSteele's Filling Station? E Gasoline Battery Service Oils 5 Grease Tires and Tubes Accessories Vulcanizing S' 1 Greasing n f Page and Ferguson III IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III I IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII'II'III1II'I'III 'II III III, 'l'1-acllm-1': I"l'01l us one of tho use-s ol? Qowliidcf' Doug: "Well, in ri way. it sort of kvvps the- cow togn-tl1e1'." Mr. Shay: iiWll1'I't' do bugs go in winter. 'I Stmlez I'SearcI1 mo." Mr. Swyc-rs: 'Kline man 111 New York dies e-very 11l111111P.i' John: "Yeah? 111 like to seo him." II :II-'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIII I B. Madden E. Heninger? 1 Wellston Paint 8: Glass Company P 2 lncorporate-cl ePAINTS FOR EVERYTHING? 5 1484 HOIDIAMONT AVE. gMUllJerry 3327 MUlberry 31 I5 Y I III IIII III I IIIIIIIIIIIII I I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I III II IIII II IIIIIIIIII IIIIIII III IIIII II IIII I II I ' I ightx nine . Pago C ' ,'- ' 4-, A - 4 -.' Y-.rrsggi ,zfvt-E" ix: r:1iffT1:'fc7'-531-g'33: ' r if FE- 1:4-'wc'-f-Ly '..g1r,'-'is-s -5- rv, --. 5, -. ' A ,f ' n, rg' -rf '55,-X ,-1-, f -rr-,L -ws-'iif"fWf?4" '9-' ff - W' -- - Sv flsfil-' A' .. nu- ,.,s , 1'ffLf'-"g e-r2f+' . -255 4-' f""'5 Q?- V - - 1--1 r.-fs-.fm .wr - ,r,-.r- .-W ,-1 f. re-, . .. -. ..gf..q'. ..L t .... . , .r. Vp .r.,.:r. EF: :4,1,,... .r"....1,:'!'??:1..E" HHH IHH H HHHH HIHH H HHH N HHH H IIHH HH HHHHHHH!HIHHHHH!HHHHIHHIHHIHHHIIIHHHHHH IIHIHI I H1 H HIHH W HHHHHWHHHHHHHNH W HHWWHH1WWHHHH!WWHH!WH!WHWH!H!WWFHWHIIHIHHIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIHHHHIHHHHHH WE CONGRATULATE YOU-- In our estimation this is the finest "Saga" that has been produced, and we think that the l93l staff and sponsors are to be high- ly commended for their efforts. Model Printing 8z Stationery Company PRINTERS AND STATIONERS 1606-08 Hodiamont Avenue MUlberry 2480 1 l l 17 nz 5, L..-.2 fbiio W -11 HHHIH,H HIH HHH HHHH1HHHHHH,HH1HHHHHHHHHHNHNHHHHHH W HH,1IHHH 'WWHW!HHH"'H"4'HHHH'VHEHHH1WWWWWWWNNNNNNNNHHNNNNNHHHHHHHHHHHHHHN 'N H, W 1 , , :N W , ,N HN w HHNH HN HH Nmetx Page ' A' 1:1 --.---f-.-vm 'f 's-gr -...-,41.-me-...--,:,:,, gk. , ---N.---- M - gn-------...v--Y qw- 1 - . , -..,.g . V. -FY... - .97 -Q---4-1 . . .,, ,,.. , ., -- . , ., .-J. - - . 1 f f - - -.,. . 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I ALLHOFF BROTHERS, INC. ?7eecl, Coal, Building Material 111 M111 l. 'LhzlllllllllllllllIllllllll1llll1i1lllillll llllllllllllll1lllllllllllllllllllillllll llll llllllllll1llllllllllll ll 5EVergreen 9697 L4 Coda! Majestic Oil Co. iWe'd like to C-U-B-A Customer of Ourss 2 For that good Majestic Gasoline? 3l00 LUCAS-HUNT ROAD llllllllll ll 'llillI"1l1llllllllllllllllllllilWR"l"lllll lllllll ll H l l ill ll! l llll I l .ky RX Q we 919.-'K . X 'fgxkil I A Q ff' - Fume V J .751 Violins UNLET IVSUSIC CO. 5IS LOCUST ST MOST COMPLETE r-Iusuc House IN sr. Louis Dems!!! Quaimsmeunemen Slillilw WLCEBIQUAS ' ' MMM. mms, l'llll'Illllllllllllll'1I111" 1l'''lllllllllllllllllllI1ll1lU!llll'lllll'llll'llllliilli11111llll Singer Sewing Machine Co. Incorporated 5985 Easton Avenue St. Louis, lVlo. L Telephone, MUlbeI'ry 5985 g Represented by A. M. OZARK. M. S. 1IIlI1l1llI'll1llllll'SQ"11ll1llllllllllllllllllllllll1l1Z 'II'llllllllllllllllllllm .IWll1llIlllllllHli11li lil 1' lVlUlberry 0074 3I'llll1lllllllllllllllllllllllllllilwl'''ll'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllvIlllhllllilllllllllll1l1!Illlllllllllllllllllllllllll W1 Il'lIIll'll llllllllllllllllll1llllllllllllllllllil1lllllll'lllllll1llllllllll1llllll "l1lHlHlllllllllIf' Leiter from II college student to his brother: " l'repure Dacl. l've failed in four subjects. " Return letter :4'Dzul is prepared. Prepaire yourself ! " .lqillfll one in the hall was silent, Every person acting right: You probably know The reason- Mrs. Holm was iII sight. 1 111llll1Z11111i'1i11l1ll ll 1 lIl1ll'Illlll:illllllllll llllllllll lil Il1l1 ' Illlhll ll! 1lIlW1Iil1IllllHllL VVAhaSh tiS2 Henry Fienup Plumbing and Sewering AUTONITWIC GAS VVATER HEATERS i 8025 ST. CHARLES ROAD it lllllllllllllllll'llll"1:'. l. llllllllllllll,lllllllllll1lll!llll l1llllllll1l. ll llll 1 ' 1.1 ill, 'lllflllll 'llllwlllllllllllll'l'llll1ll1!ll1l4l 1il11ZllR V Il'1I ll l I V l l ll gMobilgas Mobiloil Mobilgas Ethel g EARLEYS ESUPER SERVICE STATIONQ V5 COMPLETE LUBRICATION INDOORS Ferguson 62 St. Charles Rd. CAhaIIy 7633 III llllllllllllll l lllllllllllllll lIl11,1,1i, I llll llllllllllllllll II ee Ninetx'-o e . 1 an ll . 1 I -f .-.1 Y- ff 'sf-2.1111-mesa' -aes-Fegf ' 'ser-5:-f-F' if '+f'f'5f"-S+' -"'- T-wg' 1:4 iff? -I. 'HQ-" :Z- ' Tfffif m fs 1 A fe w . - --s ee .-.. . S e.. -n . f: 1: .-'--- .:. . .-'ff - 5. .- -.-f - . .Lt.... ..-..,-f.. ....-.1 -.t-..... 1..,...'e....,..-L.-. .:.,.u.:-... .-..1....f. A .L....-..,-4... .,, fa.,-.gn - ,-.,,-- -.s lr.,--wp: ph- l fs: .-:ag 4--ff--f-' '-'fv'-ff" "f ' 7 L 1, A.,q E, , , ,.Q.., 4, 6 J' ra e Y 1 Y ,. A . . , S- . ef- W. '- 4 1:1-ff SJ , , 'nil' W-. 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Hespen 20l2 LUCAS-HUNT ROAD 2 l l23 UNION BOULEVARD -And Keeping The Olde lllll llll ll llllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll llll lllll llllllllllllllllll l ll ll lll l lllll llllllllllll lllllllllllllll ll I llllllllllllll lllllllllllllll llllllllll ll lll lllll lllllll lll I ll llll llllllllllllllll lll ll llllllllllllllllllllll llllllllll ll l lll lllllllllllllllllllllllwlilll lllll lllllllll lllll lllll llllll llllll llllllllllll l I g5c and l0c STORE 25c to 351.00 STORE? ?6l08 Easton Avenue 6l04 Easton Avenue? llllllll llllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllll lll llllllll lllll ll ll ll ll l ll llllllllllll ll llllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll l I lllll llllllllllllll lllllll llll lllll? 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Powers gcleaning MUlberry l703 Altering E 1 tm rl 1' ws is wuz, E ill1ll'll1ll1llllNllll1lllllllIlllllllllHHHHHUHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill'lllll'lllllllllH11HHIllllHHHllllllllllllllillllllllllllll1lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltll W llll lll llllll lllllll llllllllll l lllll Ill lllllllllllllllllllllll Mr. Hixson: Evelyn. do you like Kipling? Evelyn: I clon't know. How do you kipple? Mr. Barrett: You say your voice has volume U? Jack S.: Yes. volume. l can throw it out. Mr. Barrett: VVell, throw it out in the alley. llllllHlllllllllilllllllllllllww41 zrre.uM:m:.muuuwuumumu.rmtrmumu w mu w w r. EVergreen 9923 Granite, Marble and Stone i 6680 EASTON AVE. ETl'1e Best Place to Buy it-lf You Don'tg 5 Believe lt, Try lt. E E G. C. Braun 2 Wellston fSt. Louisj, Mo. Tllltlllll'lHHllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllwllll l lHlMlll'3. ll 'V 'WW ll jllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllltlllllll ll lllllll ll Htl ll Mulberry 0855 WELLSTON LINCOLN Braun Monument Cos Guide: On your left, you can see one of the largest skyscrapers. Elsie Kzunuf: Oli, lll love to See it work. Mrs. Green: Yes, 'I lieartl a noise and got up, and there under the bed, I saw il man's leg: Visitor: Good heavens, the burglar's? Mrs. Green: No, my l1usband's, he had heard the noise too. M. Brace Fancy Groceries Meats Tobacco Candy i Ice Cream 6761 EASTON AVENUE iEVergreen 9964 St. Louise TwllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll Hlllllllllllllllllllllll ll ll lll H HV 1 llll llllll ll l l ll l lllll ll! l llllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l l HV l l ll W lllll llll1lllMlHillllHHllwlllllllll1lll'llllrllllllllrllllllnllshi MUlberry 0856? MOTOR co. FORDSON Cars-Trucks-Tractors A SATISFIED CUSTOMER, OUR GREATEST ASSET 6353 Easton Avenue Wellston, Mo. f Rlllllllllllllllllll'llllllllllllllllllllllllllll11NlNllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI9'IJfl tw mm wx w M M w uw rw . 'timWwwlmmmwmr l"ag:e Ninety-four . -J- 1-v '.N-5,55-se-.21-'ffg5vr: - - ww-f1'.:,j e" 'r. . ' ' 4 . 1' -E, 57: e: -- -1 '-'-,awe . I 4 V l llllllllllllllllllHHlI'l.llllllillllllws 7"l'1l,l11llIIIll'lhlllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllIIIllll'l"llllllIllIIIllIIIlllIlllIIIll1llllllllllllll1l1lllllll'llll'llllll"lll'l 'll ll'1 l"l 'Ill lllllllll ,I ' 1 IlllIllllllllllllIllllllll1llllllll1llll1llllllllllll11'llllll.1l111l I ,ll lfl I EET NA AND JOE. I :flfflifk-I-. . " and let them show you shoes, the latest modes. 1 - -.-I:-5:E2'i!f"I'7':1,. , - - e f in Gee, aren t the PYICCS lowl 1 f 1-:ff-"':?55Ei?63E"'f3l5i- 46:-:. 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Cashier IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVIII I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII'IIII IIII III ,II "II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'I"I I' 'I II' I I II' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW I"'.IIIIIIIIIII'I'IIII7 Policeman: What was the nuniber ot' the car that knocked this man down, Madam? Miss Saltzinan: 1 don't just exactly remember, but l noticed that if it were multiplied by itself the cube root of the product would be equal to the sum of the digits reversed. Pupil: Miss Long, what is excelsior? Miss Long: Excelsior? Wl15', excel- sior is elongated sawdust 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII "H . ,III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII II I III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII g56I'8 Easton Avenue MUlberry I6 I 6-3003 'Ilt'HCI101'1 'Why haven't you studied your geography? Boy: Well, they say the map of the dayg so I gets settled. world is changing every thought l'd wait until it Miss Long: What were we studying yesterday I? Pupil: l know what it is. It 's right on the tip of your tongue. Miss Long: My goodness. Don't swallow it. lt's arsenic. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIII III! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ 6236 Easton Avenue? lVlUlberry 2090-I 246 McNicol Bros. Feed and Coal Co. Feed, Coal, Sancl, Gravel, Cement and Cinclers We Specialize ln ZENITH 2 ZEIGLER ESWITCH, SCALES AND STORAGE YARD - - 6500 EASTON AVENUE? gmIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIi:IIII:IfIIIIII'-iI1,rIII:IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ' I I IIII I II IIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi Page Ninety-six . 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