Normandy High School - Saga Yearbook (Normandy, MO)
- Class of 1937
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W property of
S A G A '3 7
NORMANDY HIGH SCHOOL
Saint Louis County, Missouri
Assistant Business Manager
DORIS VON WEHRDEN
CI-IARLES SI-I ELTON
The thoughts ot the tower: l-loppy
voices ot pupilsmsuove seniorsmorro-
gont sophornores. . , frightened seventh-
groders . . . deep snovvs . , . cold winds
, . , tootboll champions A , . lovely queens
...lneouty ot spring . , . toles ot vvoe . A,
horossed teochers . . . irote porents . . .
friendly guidonce . , , groduotion nights
4 , . glod-eyed Couples .... Oh, the in-
odequocy of words to tell how l teel
tovvord oll those l hove vvotched over
oll through the yeorsl
1 9 3 7
Controry to the custom ot seyerol yeors'
stonding, this edition ot the Sogo hos been
published by the iunior closs. The members
ot the closs wish to express their oppreciotion
to those ot the sophomore ond senior groups
tor ossistonce ond helptul guidonce, They
reolize, further, the oid ot the mony who
porticipoted in securing odyertising ond in
developing the divisions, The book hos, then,
been borne to completion on the willing bocks
ot mony who must remoin unnomed.
We oll, therefore, join in presenting to the
toculty ond student body ot Normondy High
School this, the V337 Sogo, os o record of
the fourteenth yeor ot the school,
To one . . .
Whose Coretul nlonntng ot our budget hos been
Whose reody Quldonce in the sChoot's ttnonces hos
won our respect
Whose vvtttnngness to gtve ot hts ttme ond energy
on oil occosuons hos been supreme
Whose unruttled cotrn ond unblosed judgment hove
been butwortss . . ,
To thot rnost oble, rnost reltoble ot odvtsorsi
HERMAN C. BLECKSCHMIDT
We resbecttultg ctedtcote this book os o tribute to
his bustness ocurnen.
To one . . .
Who, surrounded by distroctions, toshions service
Who, tocecl with ternperornents, presents serenity
Who, enconwpossed by iroscibilities, returns
Who, in spite ot oll, greets the problems upon eoch
lifting sun with cheerful zest . . .
To thot most potient ond etticient ot secretoriesi
MARY LEON DELVENTHAL
'Ne ottectionotely dedicote this book os o tribute to
her grocious vvonwonhood.
The snow had begun in The glsemmg
Amd buyig GH We mghf
Pmd been heoymwg the fnekf and high
WM Q Meme deep and wwe.
Every pine ood for ood hemlock
Wore on ermine too deor for on eorl,
And the poorest twig on the elm 'free
Wos ridged inch deep with peorl
. . . James Russell Lowell
Worship, you lovers svveefly, this Moy!
For of your bliss the spring is begung
Amd sing with us, "AwoyF the Winter, owoy!
Come, summer, come, the sweet seoson ond sun!
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That this has been a good year tor the
school may be attributed to the splendid
men who have had the task ot guiding our
school. The inspiration that they have
attorded us, the sympathy they have ex-
tended pupils and teachers, and their
readiness always to help and advise have
been a constant benetit. The proverb ot
the vveak link in the Chain may be revised
to read "A chain is no stronger than its
strongest link," and the administrators and
members ot the board have beyond dispute
proved to be the strong link.
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Message From Our Superintendent
Democracy is "a Way ot lite, social and indi-
vidual." This calls tor the tullest participation ot
every pupil in the values created in our schools by
having the boys and girls associating and working
together, a situation necessary tor general weltare
and individual development, l-lere we try to give
each pupil a part in working out the policies that
attect him, working to torm attitudes, dispositions,
and abilities which build desirable personality, We
are tor treedom ot individual action backed by
treed intelligence, it guided by education, experi-
ence and due regard tor the rights ot others.
Thus our democratic manner ot dealing with
each other provides tor us all a deep interest and
personal concern in all activities ot our school and
community. Because our values are measured in
terms ot human welfare, we endeavor to adjust the
individual to his environment, which we try con-
stantly to improve.
FRED B. MILLER
Board of Education
NIH. LIESE MR. KRUSE
FRED B. MILLER
Superintendent of Normandy Schools
Much honor and praise is due our
attable superintendent, Mr. Miller,
tor his ability as a leader and organ-
izer. l-le has been in the educational
system ot the Normandy District since
it was a sparsely settled community
and has assisted in its steady growth
until today it talces its place as a
part ot a great metropolis. I-le has
led the way in providing splendid
educational tacilities consistent with
the high standards ot a rapidly de-
lt is through Mr. Miller's excellent
guidance that the school is able to
give the greatest service to the com-
lvlr. Miller received a B. S. degree
tra m the Central Missouri State
Teachers' College and an M. A. de-
gree trom St. Louis University.
DIR. BIISHMAN NIR. PROYOST HR. ROTHENBERG KIR. SKELLY
fDircr'tort lDirr'r'mri ffreasurert fPresidenlt
R. D. SHOUSE
Principal of Normandy High School
Untiring in his efforts to improve
Normandy High School, Mr. Shouse,
as its principal, shares the responsi-
bility for its present high standard of
scholarship, its efficient teaching staff
and its varied curricula. l-lis ability
as an administrator and his lcindliness
as an advisor have won him the ad-
miration and respect of both the
student body and the faculty.
Mr. Shouse received a B. S. degree
from the University of Missouri and
an M. A. from the Teachers' College
of Columbia University. l-le has also
taken many special courses in ad-
ministrative work at Washington Uni-
Assistant Principal of Normandy
is a trusted and honored friend oi
every student and teacher. He has
an A. B. degree from Center College,
Administrator of the Junior High
is a capable and efficient leader as
well as teacher. She has a Ph. B. de-
gree from the University of Chicago.
Message From Our Principal
Of a thousand seedling trees but one can reach
maturity. Even that one cannot approach its
fullest growth unless chance places it in an open
space, unhampered by its neighbors,
Like a tree, man strives to achieve the fullest
growth within his power. The tragedies of human
existence multiply when the vaulting ambitions of
an unsocial man drive him to reach beyond his
personal needs in order to control an unlimited
number of lives and to exact a portion of their
Unlike a tree, socialized man strives to reach
life's fulfillment without hindering the growth of
others, Not everyone can be king, but in all fields
of human effort man CAN have unique achieve-
ment without detracting from the stature of his
This school should help its sons and daughters
realize their fullest possibilities and at the same
time imbue them with the life purpose of adding to
the total of social good.
R. D. SHOUSE
Page F fleen
A. Blcckschmidt Melcher
Alfred W. Blecltschmidf, B. S. in Education
Central .Missouri Stale Teachers Collage
Supervisor of Instrumental Music, Bantl
Mildred Melcher, A. B., A. M.
Park College, Washington University
Mathematics, Junior High Sport Club
William D. Chrisfian, A. B., A. M.
Westminster College, Washington University
Mathematics, Trvasurcr Stuclcnt Activity Fund, Ballroom
Dancing Club, Hi-Y
Mary S. Holbrook, B. S. in Education
University nf Missouri
Spanish, Journalism, Courier
Irvin Juergensmeier, A. B., A. M.
Central Wesleyan, Uniwrsity of Missouri
Physics, Gt-n4-ral Scivnvo
Mary Elizabeth Kinnison, B. S. in Education
Southz-nxl Missouri Slate Teachers' College
John T. Krablin, B. S.
Bradley Polytechnic Institute
Industrial Arts. Cult' and Tcnnis Teams. Ping Pong Club
Christian Holbrook Juergensmcicr
Medeims Crawford Ln Roge
llittvlstallt Burk Schill
Helen Medeiros, B. S., A. M.
Unir:er.rily of Wisr-urzxfrz, Columbia University
Art, Art Club
Hadley R. Crawford, B. M.
Cleo Club. Mixed Chorus, Chantic-lt-t-rs, Boys' Quartet
Clifford La Roge, A. B., B. S., A. M.
University of Misxnuri
Geography, St-ience. Hubby Club
John Hawkins, B. S. in Education
Nurtlu-ast Missouri Stale Teachers' College
Social Suit-rirv. Junior Cnrriflnr Ofliut-rs
Margreta Koehler, B. S. in Education
University of W'ixN1n.rir1.
Roy Mi++els+ad+, B. S.
lntluslrial Arts. lllatht'1nulit's
Claudine Bocll, A. M.
Univerxily of Mi.v.wuri
English. Mutht-nmatics, Music. Chess uml Checker Club
Dewey A. Schill, Ph. B.
History. Knivk-Knack Club
Mary Pilney, A. B., A. M.
Llniwrsity of Missouri
Gall Schrader, A. B.
Sm-iul Sn-ivnm-, English
Ernesline M. J. Long, A. B., A. M.
Clzicagn l,'r1i1'rfrxity, Univvrsily of Wixcunsiu
Chl-mialry. Gr-nc-ral Sm-if-uve, Chemistry Club
Waller Bergman, A. B.
Sm-iul Scif-rl:-rr, Scrninr llonor Suvivty
Mary Leon Delvenfhal
17.-,mul zmqzffyflf. cgzzpgff
S1-1-rm-tary tu Princilml
Herman C. Bleclrschmidf, B. S. in Educafion, B. S.
in B. P. A., A. M.
C+-rztral Missouri Slate' Tr-rr:-liars' Cullvge
B. S. in Eclucalion
Evelyn Underwood, A. A.,
Strpllrflix Cullvgv, lfr1iL'vr.vf!y' uf .'lIi.v.vuufi
Suviul Scicuvv, English, Junior Dramatic Club
Pitney Srhracler Long
ll. Blerksrhmimlt Umlz-rwooml Shipherri
li, Clark W':-hking lfmnklin
Physical Emluvalion, Fnulball, Buss-bull
Louise Schmuclrer, B. LYH.
English, Spvm-h, Junior Dramulivs, Suciul Science
W. F. Shay, A. B., B. S. in Eclucalion
BinluQlY, .luuiur aml S4-ninr Nlu-sr-urn Clubs
Elizabefh L. Clarlr, A. B
L'11ii'f1r.xi!y of IVi.xr'ul1sin
Sl-crm-tary in Superimn-mlm-nt
Mary Franlilin, B. S. in Educalion
Central fllissuuri Slate Twivlzf-rs' C0114-ge
lllllsiv, ,luninr High Cla-1' Club, Sr-ninr Girls' Glue Club,
Sm-niur Girl! S4-xtet
James L. Maior, B. S. in Eclucafion
Uni1Je'r.vily uf Illilluix
Dir:-1-lor of Physical lirlucatinn, Fonllmull, Baseball,
Ruby W. Farmer, B. S. in Eclucalion
.Yortlzeaxt fllissuuri Stare Tvaclxers' Clfllvgc
Hasner D. Clark
Marshall Reigerf, B. S.
University of Iowa
Social Science, Football, Baseball
Ruby Louise Burns, A. B., B. S. in Education
University of Missouri, Washington University
English, French, French Club
Milton Gruber, B. S.
Bradley Polytechnic Institute
Industrial Arts, Airplane Club
James Hixson, A. B.
Missouri Valley College
Elise Mueller, A. B.
Harris Teachers, College
Cedric Crinll, A. B., A. M.
Nebraska State Teachers, College, University of Iowa
English, Speech, "N" Players, Dramatic Club
Helen Korngold, A. B.. A. M.
Commercial Subjects, Guidance Department
Marion Beck, A. B.
University of Iowa
Commercial Subjects, English, Typing Club
Gruber Hixson Mueller
Beck Lawhon Thoelke
Kahl Guenther McCloud
James Lawhon, B. S. in Education
University of Missouri
Mathernaties, Football, Truck
Bine Thoellre, A. B.
Edith Hasner, A. B., A. M.
Stephens College, Wasltirzgtmi University
English, Senior Student Council
Dorothy Clarlt, B. S. in Eclucation
University aj Missouri
Cencral Science, English, Physical Education
Helen Kahl, B. S., A. B., A. M.
University. of Mi.vsu1tri, Washington Univernty
Mathcxnalies, Junior Student Council
Lawrence Guenther, B. S. in Education
Music, Science. Norsenxen
Virginia McCloud, A. B.
Art, Junior Art Club
Anifa Keaney, B. S.
Univvrxily of XIII
Charles H. Koerner, B. S.
Mullu-ruuticzs, Math Club
Charlyne Fearnley George Bruno' A' B'
Harris Tr-m-In-rx, Coll
larva Slim' Tr'11c'1iz'r.f' lfullrgz'
wgv, Wzzxliingluli Uuivwrsily
English, Pliysic-al E41
Si-wing. Ara. Hi-uhh
. . W .' ' J ' C I
Frances Allen, B. S. In Eclucallon mmunmr U
Suutlzzvzxt .llikwlui Sinn' Tvxlrliw
C1-nvral 5l'iv1n'n'. Fm
Margaref Johanson, A. B. xluihf-mari.-5. Senior
Biology, Sl-nior Ping Pong Clulu
Eliza bella Schneider,
Nunn lhnmf Uni
iior Honor Soviet
Spanish, l"r1-mth, Jul y
, A. M.
L'niL'vr.vily of U 'Iwonsin
O'l"l'O H. Swyers, Ph. B.
sm-mi 5.-im.-i-. Alumni mimi, MMV E' Babbf B' S'
llzuwing. Trip Club
Slate' Tv1Lf'l1+'r.v' Cullwgw
Comxnerviul Sulrjecls. Spanish, Sllorlhaml lflulr
Margaref Edwards, B. S. in Educafion '
z',1fo-fSf1,- uf Illinois Em'lY Hurd- A- B-
,luniur Phyfivnl l'lnlucatiuu Dr11z'1'r.wly nj ll'ix4'1:I1xzri
Lilirnrian. .lunior Lilumry Clulu
Lawrence Reicl, B. S. James D. Kenny, B. S.
lloxllifigirzlz 'fzfwrx Uni11r'r.vilY nf Iuuvl
Snwiul Sf-iurxv-vm 1-nc' .,f-ii-imma l3.x-kvlliall l'l1y4icul Iilliu-ation. Sovccr. Fuotliull. Bzisvlulll
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Sallfxozm Si-hm-iilcz' Babb Hurfl Kvnny
Through all the vears ot lXlormanclv's
existence there have been activities, social
occasions and athletic triumphs that have
endured in your memories. That the suc-
cess ot the people in school this vear will
be remembered we are contiaent, tor manv
reasons, The classes are larger, the results
in all activities have been outstanding and
the social events have been brilliant and
colortul. We are sure that the vear will be
written large in the minds ot all the sons
and daughters ot Normandy as one ot the
best in everv wav.
' gl- 'l'vu-nly U
A tnvtnlut-t' of the Stntlent Csunvil for thretw years and a lmrilliant stutlr-nt, Betty
stands out as a true vxalnplt- of srholarship.
Sianley is a taut- frit-ntl antl an honest, hard worker. He is treasurer of the Student
Council and hopes to ln- a roinnn-reial chemist or an engineer.
M argarei' Forcl
Margaret is atlinirctl hy all for her quiettmss and ready eo-operative spirit. She
expects to go into tht- lvusiness world after graduation.
l'rv:ty :lurk t-yes anml hair and a warm smile eharat-terizc Vera. Sho is outstanding
for her dancing and is always rt-ally to help with entertainments.
.lat'k's t-hivf interest in school has been industrial arts.
Marvel is pr...,' antl clever. Her favorite spurt is basketball.
Arthur s smiling congvniality never leaves hitn.
Dorothy i,. .ncrestell in all outdoor sports, hut her favorite is hockey. This year
she has adtlvnl dramativs to her list of a4'hit'wetttents.
Singing is natural with Carl, and it was with his ht-lp that the Clec Club made
Orville. president of tht- senior trlass, is one
of the must popular nit-inln-rs of tht- student
lrtzlly. Chosen three times as a nivttilwr of
the All-County l"ootliall tvatn, he eaptainetl
lYorntatndy's utnl4'l'4'aterl eleven of '3G.
With lmth lreallty and lnrains. "Butz" is one
of the most popular g'rls at Norman-ly, Sho
is a good sttttlvnl antl tive-prt'si1lt'tit of the
senior class. llc-r st-rvit-4-s to the Saga Staff
have been invaluahlu.
An athletic girl. Adele 4-it-vls at all sports.
She is a tnetnlrvr of the Sttult-nt Counvil and
the Saga Staff. Her willingness to help in
any situation makes her a favorite with
teaehs-rs and stutlt-nts.
A .-,,- if
it s. ,
Smart anil ambitious, Wilbur is one who
will succcwl in whati-wr ht- unilertakus.
Maryellcn. interestt-tl in all sports. chooses
horseback filling as ht-r faxoritc. Sho hopes
to be a trainm-tl nursc,
Bob is a lively littlo person with a gootl
tenor voice. He is unusually good-humorwl
Nineteen Thirty - seven
Dc-lighiful with frivnils, enthusiastic at parties, Fayre has a gay, infectious laugh
that makes hor a favorite.
Henry has one of the best bass voices in school and shows ability in musical
Gortruilt-'s light-hearted anil varefrvt- ways have won hor many friends.
,lohn's tht- spirit of fun. With his unceasing chatter and good-naturctl grin, is it
any wonllt-r that John has so many friends?
.layne's ability as a student should help her attain success as a secretary.
Even in his Hrst year, Dick has won a place in our hearts with his quiet, pleasing
ways and m'ngag'ng pt-rsonalily. His ambition is to become a tloctor.
A good student, frivntlly anil smiling. Julia should prove an asset to the business
We shall nt-vt-r forgot Glenn, prositle-nt of our Stutlont Council. His oratorical
ability and participation in many activities make him a leader at Normandy.
Eleanor should roach her goal, if personality and looks can ln-lp.
Pongralz G. Adams Ehlers
Klcinc Vinyard Barron
Being scientifically inclined. ,lohn is interested chiefly in lviulogy.
Mary's pleasing smile is worth your while.
l'Bus" goes in for all
sports, mainly baseball. Through his alvility in this sport, he
was signed up hy a tnajor league team.
"Chuckcr" divides his
the '37 Saga, and his 1
attention In-tween dramatics and journalism. Hc is editor of
nain interest is radio work.
Dorothy's elever and interesting ways. together with hcr fun-loving disposition, make
her a delightful person,
Vfarren is planning lo
Mary Ellen Doyle
Brisk and business-like
two years. Her ability
Fun to argue with, het
Norma is studying com:
attend a sehool of eommeree and finaneo and wants to hc
. Mary Ellen has eilieiently assisted in the oihce for the last
should aid her in heeoming a eotnpetent nurse.
ter to make up with, Yietor is liked for his individualism.
nereial eourses in order that she may lieeomc a stenographer.
With her quiet, efficient ways sho shoultl lie a good one.
lean is :in aeeomplished young latly who has
a reputation not only for a delightful per-
sonality, hut for musieal ahility as well.
Nathan doesn't need to say anything. for his
looks speak for him. Ben-ause of his aehicve-
ments in school life he was elected to the
Dellnert is quiet, hut those of us who know
him realize the worth of his mind and
Senior Class oi
E. Linml Wvcisnfr
A Lwinkli: in he-r oyv, ii 4-harming l"rm-nch
wit, and ai frii-mlly spirit attriu-L holh huys
Sinvfw Irvin is 11 guml stunlvnt, it-in-hers
1-ii-'ny liuvingg him in lhvir 1-liweos. Pllvc-
l trivul viigiiivrwirig will hun' nu t:xz'n'llt'ut
rv:-rttil whvn Irvin joins Ihr- pmfussiuri.
ll1'riiic't-1 llying liugvre :mtl hvr Skill in
lyping urn vqllall to thu sparkling vivzluily
with whivh :fhv ri-epunuls to friviule.
Nineteen Thirty - seven
A quit-K, rv-i'i'u-d sort of fn-llmr. Yi-rnun mzikcs friunds annul kt-cp: thvm.
-Xlii-1' has u 1-lmrming pm-rsmmlity lhztl will gn-t hvr swim- plan-0.
Fdwar4l's guml-iiattinwl tlislm-ition i- n ph-zisiire tu till hi- friunrll.
.lust-liliinv is it sternly sitiilvnl :mal should exif-cr-ml us a slr-nugrapli--r,
Vr-rn:-. whim loves thi- cotiiitry :mil its upon spzrvvs, will ulv-:nys hc likcrl fur his
industry, slcpvmlahilily. and pleasant ways.
Small :mil lui-nw'r1-m-yr-il. Juni- is in frim-mlly girl who likes tn iluncz: :mtl lu- gay.
Sinai' xmt all of us run spmtk like Juv, mi-1-l him ynursn-lf and iinil out what hm: is.
Yuuill hm' his frivnil the minutv you mvvl him. fur his vririlixllily is as Warm :JS
swim- of his spcem-hvs.
Dark-huircrl. iw-serv:-nl. unil musin-zilly inf-lim-il, Fwlyn is ilcfiniu-ly an asset to the
Roy has mixml niuf-iv with his si-in-ntiliv int:-rn-sts :luring high svhrml, hut after
graultmtion hu iutt-mls to 4-uiurm-i1li'ulv un 4-ngginevriiig.
McCarthy Williams Ruthhurn
Valliere Stieferman Roberts
Smith Blum: nthal Humphrey
A mm-rry lass with an Irish twinkle in
A boy of the outdoors, Scott intvntls to
A good stumlt-nt and an eflicim-nt oilicc
Marion's charming smile is characteristic
Alfred is the modern Rip Van Winklc.
hor eyes, Kathleen wants to bc a private
follow the profession of civil engineering.
worker, Dorothy should be a successful
of her genial personality.
A tlt-pcndalmlc and fine worker, Blanche is a leader in the athletic department.
A boy who succeeds in whatcxur he undertakes, Ellsworth will certainly achieve his
ambition to bc an auditor.
"Margic,' enjoys hnrsm-bark riding. H1-r abilities and ambitions lt-ad her into
Bill is an athletic chap whose main acoomplislimcnts are baseball and football.
His winning smile and likeable qualities nmkc him a vcry popular boy.
Ira is outstanding in football and baseball.
He plays end annl outfivlml and don-s a good
job of both. His good nature has assured
him of many fri:-mls.
A coriliality of smile anti devil that is char-
acteristic of Marion makes us sure: of licr
success and host of fricnrls.
Earl likes to sing and is it member of the
Double Quartet. His hobby is collecting
stamps. and hc hopes to cntcr governmental
Senior Class of
M. Lind Wobus
Emil's work in drarnatics has made him
determined to become a stage technician.
Delores is a great sport and is always ready
to enter into any lung consequently, she
has a wide circle nl' friends.
Andy's flashing grin and individual ways
have made him well liked by lvoth teachers
Nineteen Thirty - seven
Mary is a quiet and ellieient worker on the Courier staff, serving as zt page editor.
Conrad is an exeellent student whose chief interest is journalism. When he leaves
school, he hopes to study law.
Betty Jane Ostermeier
Attractive, dark haired. Betty never lacks company. She likes to swim and ride
Whittaker Wo bus
"Whit" is a good scoutg he daltlrles in chemistry and sings bass in the Glee Club.
Many claim Bt-tty's friendship ht-cause of her smiling cheeriness.
Not only a student but a scholar. Stanley has outstanding literary ability in both
public speaking and writing.
Bertha possesses a likealmle personality, is on the Courier staff, is fond of sports
and dances well.
Wallziceis cheery disposition has made him a favorite with his classmates.
Arleen's interest and almility in high school athletics assure her of success as a
Anderson Reed Hirst
Anishanslin Smeehuysen Bowman
Horstnu-yet Ward Tyner
Devoti Viiassilak Carpenter
"Alu-" is a star guard on the foollvall team and a real ''hail-fellow-well-met."
W'ilh her quit-K persvvc-ranrc and sludious attitude, Doris is hound to go far in
her chosen profession of nursing.
"Cigna" is tho chief jest:-r of tho class. With his jokes and puns, his favorite
rc-vrvatinn is to get fun out of life. Ed also likes sports and has played on the
sown-r and football tvams.
Noi-l's quit-tnt-ss and seriousness ot' purpose will assure him success in life.
Una Rufh Heidland
W'e will all rcmeinbvr Una as a swf-vt, likealulc- person with her slow, "never-worry"
way which has won the hearts of many.
Carilcllc has been ehivt' drummer for the Norsomen for the past year, His hohlxy
is collecting pipes and odd tobaccos.
Margarefs quiz-t and neat habits should assure her of a successful career as a nurse.
Marvin is known for his jolly disposition and his skill in liaeelmall and wrestling.
A loxcly red-haired girl is Dorothy, whom wi- all envy for her enjoyment of life.
June belongs to the Student Council and
takes part in the social 'Ldoin's" of thc
school. She wants to he an interior deco-
Marvin has liven an important member of
the orchestra and Norsemen during his
Marion's easy grave and ability to meet
people and her lowly voice are assets that
will always win for livr many frioncls.
Senior Class of Nineteen Thirty-seven
Corwin! steady ali-pc-mlabilily has won him many Irie-mls and nuulc him a good
Brilliant and thoughtful, Audrvy is known for hi-r ri-ady vo-ops-ralivc spirit.
Vifalts-r's smiling fam- and e-1-:ions imluetriousnr-ss should gn far in helping liini to
lu: a sn1'r'4-ssful vrrgrimver.
" Lenore Puinam
la-norc haw liven 1-llii-ii-rn and orilvrly in hvr whuul work and viill prulualmly make
xl good surgical nur-1-.
'A Fred Biffle
As a rvsull of his
' holvliy, lfnwl has an excvlln-nt L-ollwlion of fanious autographs.
llc' vxpc-vln lo Slurly amlvurlising.
Rubye June McKee
Thi- training Ruliyv June has had working on thi- Courivr and km-ping rr-izorils of
llic band should mnkw- hr-r a good sm-ri-tai'y. A- a ri-ward for her activities ehc has
lwi-n clvvlvil to ilu' Honor Suriuly.
Quiet and reserved, Loren wilh his easy-going ways has many fri:-urls.
Virginia. lim-ausv of ln-1' niagni-lic pi-rsunulity and happy smile, is one of thu most
' . ff
rliarrning girls in llw claw. Sha- if imerr-sn-nl in art and would like in be a
ri-ason why Norrnandy's clown was unilvfcatcd in '36, is a strong,
silcnl fm-llow. Ho should make a good engine'-r.
Bcrniuu is an allractivic girl who is cheerful,
cong:-nial, willing to co-upcratc, and is a
Fond of tinkvring with inzlcliinvry. George
will makc a good rncchnnic or clvulrician.
Mary Louise Rolobs
Everyone likvs Mary l.ouisc's slow rlraml
and nil. During school who has lukcn u
glrval intvr'z:sl in athlvtivs. Sonic ilay slu-
wauh lo lic a plrysival m'4llu'a!ion 1n'am'lwr.
Graves Penn Kiburz
.Innes Nerwc-ll Rnlwhs
Schrick Cowles Bc-dnarck
S. Adams Taylor Smith
Shelby is an excellent student, a tinc fellow, and always ready to help. He has
attributes that should bc of great value to him as a chemical engineer.
Lillian has all thc genuine appreciation of beauty that should assist her in a
career of artistry.
Walter's playing of the French horn is sure evidence of his ability as a musician.
He is also cartoonist for the Courier.
Inasmuch as Blanche is editor-in-chief of the school paper and an enthusiastic
participant in dramatic arts, she is a popular figure in the social life at Normandy.
Billyis specialty is playing the trumpet. He has also a ready wit, a quick smile,
and a bcaring of immediate friendliness.
Eleanor is an unusual combination of brains and beauty in each of which she is
The great day has arrived-Crass is graduating!!! We hatc to see this familiar old
landmark leave. But all kidding aside, Ray is an experienced singer, and he has
proved his ability on both amateur and professional operatic work. He is also an
Virginia Lee Stout
Virginia has a winning smile and a happy. carvt'roc personality.
Edward's aplnmb makes him one of the pillars of Normandy's social life.
Not only a good student, Catherine is also
an accomplished seamstress.
l.:-ster has entertained us many times with
his ability as an actor. We hope he becomes
a successful lawyer.
Flash! Norbert was another member of that
undefeated football squad. He is well liked
for his quiet, eourtcous ways.
Senior Class of
EI Vera Boenlter
El Vera has always a friendly smile for
those whom she meets. She is interested in
L'Nuils" is an alleureund athlete whose spe-
cialty is lvaselmall. He's u good spert in
school and out.
Virginia, a student who spends most of her
time in the nrt room, hopes to muster this
prnfessirm some dny.
Nineteen Thirty - seven
Ralph will never lack friends lieeause he's ready for any fun that comes along.
Lillizin's quick light-hearted laughter is indicative of the happiness with which she
A steady honesty of purpose und a keen perception of values characterize LeRoy
for most of us.
Pearl will be reiuemlvered for her sweet wholesexneness. her dependability, and her
readiness to eu-operate,
Big, dark, handsome, dependable, fun-loving, tower of strength in athletics, Harold
has our vote.
Since Mary's ehief interest is tennis, she'd like tu be ii professional tennis
Old southern politeness comes te the fore in the manner of Earl.
Mary! excellent ability in shorthand and typing should enable her te lie successful
Keen determination and industry will win a way fer Clifford and surround him
Wilson Butherus Geiger
Bnenker Mueller Crier
O'Donoghue I A Jlf .'K09hf7 ' Kennedy
Weidner ' ' klfewig Rf-kate
Although Bob is an A-1 flutist, his chief intcrcst is science, particularly chcinistry.
Madlyn's skill in and aptitude for Spanish should enable her to succeed in her
chosen career as a Spanish interpreter.
Harold has shown no partiality toward any particular activity but has givcn his
interest broadly to the whole school,
Clarence is a big, good-hearted lad who has decided tu contribute his abilities to
developing Diesel engines.
Juanita is dependable and reliable in cvs-ry need uf the school. We'll miss her
and her musicianship.
Tall, carefree, Leonard has smiled and played his way through school.
Ruth has always been a loyal supporter of Normandy's best interests. The world
needs more people like Ruth.
With a neat appearance and pleasant smile, Leonard has won thc admiration of
teachers and students.
Ernia's precision and quickness of insight are two assets that should enhance her
ability as a mathematics teacher.
Lorrainc's beauty and poise and her success
in dranialif-s and music will probably some
day bring her fanic on the stage.
Bill wants to bc an engineer, either elec-
trical or chemical.
Doris' great aim in life is lu he successful
in business and commerce,
Senior Class oi
Wayi1t:'s mischievous disposition has pro-
vidcnl his classniatvs with many hilarious
Lois' quiotna-ss shows that slit: tlot-s a lot
of thinking. Hur pt-t axnlvition is to lic a
Gootl-nature-tl Vernon always has a smile for
cv:-ryone. His many friends are a tvstimony
to his fun-loving disposition.
Nineteen Thirty - seven
WYP can svn no rt-.tson why Lorvtlo should not mzlkc il vcry succes
Watrrcri is tops in nvorythinggflooks, almility as a musician, studrnt, and friendship.
l"4'rn's t'xpt'ricnt't's as a rt-liortcr for
has chosvn journalism as ht-r carcz-r.
Jon' is soliil, :lt-pt-ntlztblv. antl stvatly.
sm-vt-ss of anything hc untlvrtakvs.
liosvmary is a girl who is delightful
Charles' happy-go-lucky spirit provvs
with fun and exuitt-mcnt.
Bvtty is one of the favorites around
aliility and effectivvncss she shows in
For a holiby,
tht- Courit-r have lit-cn so
With such habits ht' will
to know. Shi- aspire-s to hc
to us that his lift- is ncvur
t-xciting that she
rcrtainly make a
a dress designer.
boring hut filled
sohool. Hur many acquaintances realize thc
all of hcr undertakings.
Ht-nry likos to stunly tht: cutting of meat. Somc
wht-n hc liecomcs a famous butcher.
day he may usc
Alicc's sole aim throughout school has lit-on to achieve success as a pianist.
Miller Bishop lfirrss
McQueary W'r-ndling Rahning
Simpson Holftnan Delluriano
Vohsen lhlootls .lones
Anybody who has been met in the oiliee by a smiling. pleasant girl. anxious to help,
may be sure she is Josephine. Does she have any faults?
Billy is considering starting another tratlition similar to Ray Grass', of slaying arountl
for an ason or two. But if all hail the eomfortable grace and imperturbable poise of
Billy we shoultln't mintl.
Although Ellie left srhool lwfore this went to press. we must go on reeoril as say-
ing that she is ellieient, reliable, antl has the qualities that make one a good
sr-eretary or nurse.
Jim rlenies that Belleville has manle him what he is. Maybe he is right. But he ix a
jolly, happy person who is weleome in all eempanies.
Pat is a football antl seeeer player. lie is fametl for his even disposition anal
willingness just to sit.
Kenneth is a big, slow, friendly. genial boy who likes cverybomly and whom every-
borly likes. He is an athlete antl an exeellent tlraftrman.
Florenec is a shy, sweet girl who won't let problems bother her. She has the
training antl ability to be a gootl se:-rotary.
Hernzirtl shonltl go far towartl sues-ess if shrewtlness is an asset. He is quite well
known as a eavalier.
Bob has at great deal of athletic ability that he has kept eonee-alerl. Not less are
his courtesy, willingness to oblige and tlesire to be of serviee.
ss 5 X
Vietor's hobby is eollet-ting arrowhcads and
oltl guns. He is planning tu take a complete
eonrsu in atiation.
Always glatl lo see you. always reatly with a
lriennlly wortl. Margaret gives assurance that
her ability will earry her far.
Joe De Mariano
Joe is another musie enthusiast. He has an
interesting personality which makes us like
him very nuueh.
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lfwzufy um? Hur lwzst
Fourth rum: Hmzcr. Samir-rs, Coleman, Jnrirrling, Wh Hz-im. Fox, Martens, Mr-ckfessel, Sunrlwr-g, Hume, Belcher,
Spovnoinzm, Fink, Samir-i-son, J. Spvrivr-r. lilziclilillun. Wulf-rs, Shelton. W. Spencer, Fritz-h. Sohznl, Moors, Lawson,
Third row: Hulloway. S, Lung. Hochu. K. Fivriuii. Ovtling. .l. Hvislvr. Drzlul. H4-rring. Howlnnnl. Johns. Simon. ll.
Smith. Murkoff. U, Smith. Snofkv. Johnson. Strivkluml. Dohr
Secunzl mtv: Hamas. lluilnnll. Gray. Nloon-. Sr-hli-it-r. Sirlmnn. NI:-Cuaig. Walsh. Hollurook, Rliklir-h. Foclsch. Hovning.
l'lv4'x1s. Hvnlsvhvl. Humor. Schultz. J. ll:-im. Howarnl.
First ruir: llulfnvr, I-'li-ur, Blunrly, Mi:Kinlm'y. l'l. Fisher, Lott. Kohmlicrg. Frlrkv, Dailey, Hanlon, Foulke, Suhinrllvr.
F1-inor, l.ylJr0ok, l.:inn', Sr-hmittol, MrCuI1n, Long, lltrliny.
The Eleventh Grade Class, with two hundred and
torty-seven members, has been particularly active
in school projects. For the first time in the history
ot the Saga, this class took the responsibility tar
its publication, The high spot ot the social events
ot the year was the Junior-Senior Prom, at which
the Junior Class entertained the Senior Class,
The sponsors this year were Miss Saltzman, Mrs
Burns, Miss Koehler, Miss Korngold, Miss Johan-
son, Mr, Crink, Mr. Hixson, and Mr. Crawford.
President ......,..... ...,., M elvin Klausmeyer
Vice-President ..,., ...., l-l erbert Van Deven
Secretary .....,. Rosemary Schmittel
Treasurer ,. ., ,..,,. Glennon Schumacher
Fourlli mir: Yvolk. Aussivkc-r, Carron, Ni:-huns. Anrlerson, Dysnrt. Sunrlvrmzin. Careagu, Chaz:-n. Yan Dvvvn. Provost.
Banks. Brivsnullrrr. Wcstaver, Pohl. Viv, Query.
Tliinl mir: Blackwell. Brooks. Kr:-innkainip. Cook, Mr-yr-rs. Br-gr-r, Zahnr-r, Patterson, Jonr-Q, Wissnor. Cummins, Kalsr-r,
Phipps, Courvoisior. Cr-uh, Russlvr. Currie, Stunlirlnl, Hoyle.
Sr-1-mul mru: Newt-ll. lim-ll. Corner. Crm-r-line. Wooten. Ri'-l. Bauman. Brur'r'. Plummer. Nolan. Burr. W1-nm-l. Richter,
Cunrzul, Pvttkvr. llruoks. YX'vl1lnn. Taylor, Slvphm-ns. Wvrigllil. Yyaltcrs, Sitton. Wv. Slzinlir-lil. Krzmsni4'k.
Firxl ruff: xon XXX-lirrlr-n. YYr'nilling, Stiivvv, Wvalsll, Jour-4. Bvruulor. Coalos. Burrh. llwrgiiiun. Nlarrs. ll. lizmmun.
'l'wr-lkcineir-r. Tziylor. Tucker. lim-lim-r. Bush. Wishnuif. Puesr-hi-l. Tuttle. Parkr-r, Kimlircl, Blanton, Ciniiplun.
Whitt-. Tr-mmm-. Whitwcll, Bohm-, Wills-ms, Chrislmun,
Twp luzr: liurgvlrl. Criilr-r'. lYt'wnmn. Miller. Kaxlxry. Conn:-ll. Osh-r. L. Iii-ll. lNulvln'. Kiinilvrs, Krill, Kit-k, l.islt'r,
Blxslllnun. lhilriiluollk. lf. Tlzirlin. F. Nlatrtln. ll. Svtyi-is. Avvns.
Tlxirrl nur: X. Rivlxn-. Burns. l.. Kllt-n. Xlvllxaixlv. liu4vgi'ziiiI. Curr-ill. Sl:-gi-. Burnt-tl. Slmlllvr. Kulnunin'l. -Xrnlslrung.
Smith. 1.ur-lvlu-rt. Tuvki-r. llf-Clinton. Xlolnt-i'l1y. Rus:-, Stillm-. 'l'hu1iipsm1. Klinkvrflxe--. Lt-mis. .l. Xlillvr.
Svrrzlizl row: fllcClur1'. Berkley. llt-ilu-rl. ,lt-llisun. Chrisli'ns1'n, ling:-rs. Mullvrn. Slvvrs. Murphy. Bnstwirk. 1lt'u1lt',
Szuiili-rs. Szilvzxritn. Ulu-i'sz-ln-lp. Nikvls. -Xitkvn. HL-rniixn. Maris. Titwiitilirl. ,lm-nkins. lllrlirirlv. llxlrvagu. lllutpnmn.
Ftrs! fuzz: l'4-all-gn. 51-lxirr. l'urtIuni. Nlichzwl. Slvngglv. Buwniun. Brvilerm-yi-l', Bvnoist. Uttulnvyvr. Shinnivk. Halling,
Snufkz-. llrlliliborxs. Sanrlwvg. B. Bt-ll, Belknap, Bush. O. Nvwvll, Klnlunax. Srrhalk. Muugin. V. Smith, Stt-irnul,
Bald, Bnzlz-r, von W4-hrden.
The Tenth Grade Class, with an enrollment ot The sponsors this year are Mrs, Farmer, Mrs.
two hundred and eighty-two, is an integral port ot Babb, Mrs. Medeiros, Miss Long, Miss Pitney, Mr.
the smooth-running student system ot government Christian, Mr. Bergmann, and Mrs. Franklin.
and activities, Although its members have just
I U President r..,, ,.,,., ,,,,. R i Chard Bushman
entered the senior school, they promise to reach Vice-pregidemm H Oliver Goldstein
even greater heights on the ladder ot student suc- gecrefgry ,nnu ,H nglug Ruth QGSSQUS
cess than they have already attained. Treasurer .... ..... J ack Lister
Top ruzr: Nun Nlill. G-itliltml. Clxiislcllsr-li. Dui-. XXn'l1nir'r. l"rt'ililil1stu1. llvltl. llzinvs. YYzii,1lln'i'. Vow. Wilsnn. Xxrulkrr.
I'lii,f1 nur: Wlrlulv. Zlmzlrn-ll. l.u0lvln-rl. Vft-ln-r, Junvs, M4-Kinlvy. Hullnwzly. lia1,:4'rs. Goltlsti-in. Civln-. W'ilslu1s4:n. llznrtogl.
Ilvr-ke-rm-yi-r, Yun Horn. Hutton. Dvutlrick. Duyln-. Huck. Ward. Furrncr, llrnstfu llulicrty.
Swvinzrl mir: Clint-. llrvw-s. Callie-ix Bililiult-r. liiltm-r. Cass:-ns, Frt-ni-h. Hvrring. Zurn. Cunslunil. Zznhncr. Lung.
El. l"rPr'ninn, lf. l"rt't'rnnn, Guurcgliu, liunist-y, Dt-rvknr, Quinn, Cuhvn, Ynunghuns. Mill:-r. Wall:1t't-. M, jones.
l.ung1-rnzul. l'1-por. l.1lnt'. l.1lnl1S. Cuslmw.
Ftrs! raw: Dwyer. A. J. Hoffman. Kocln. NI. Huffman. Klt-in. Curtis, Din-lrich, Cmssvn. Purl. Phillips, Fuller. Hurn-
phri-ys. Wagner, Whitworth. Kirvhner, Hawking, Ford, Hcilman, Legge, Duifncr, Hallvox, Hurling, Rnrnspntt.
Hundlin, Davies, Wittick, Tinxmermnn.
Trip 11110: Nm-ks. ll. Xliiilnl. Xlyirrs. Wiail-li. VU-lnliiii.
Fuurlli rim: Tlxii-iiiv. Zilnniirr. Slvlivr. !'3i'lunill4'l. Nm-llcrl. lhrrfvlil. Wirth. Briiikman. Sin-4-il. liniiillvy. Arniilml. Vviilln-ins,
Wnlliii-1-. Xli'llg11'1'. Xli-llie, l5ui'liiiii1i'lli'l'. ll. lvullivr. Travel. lf, Nluilil. 1l.nlill1'lun. Sloriii-, Bvllriisl. fllviliiilivr.
Tliilrl row: Stvssurl. Xilzuna. Wallin-rs. Wriglil. :iiiiin'n'1'. J. Smith. llylrnin. A. Xlvyvr, Nlvrkfcsaul. Tliivs. YY:-lvh, C. Svutl,
Bufvlinrt, Wulf. Scvlnniit. Wilkv. Morin-1-. Martin, Wm-nnun. Minlanxl, J. Mueller, T. Sniilh, Aulium-hun. Suhinimlt.
Svc-and mir: Anmliini-. M, Miller. lii-links. Wilson. Bnrlmur. Slim-niplli, Trzlvy. Min-haelis. Xlzu-Millim. H. Mum-lln-r,
D. Wliller. li. llrunn. Slnnlvy. Vlilhrflin. 'l'nnlx:n. Mason. Malwlim-lil. Suhnknechl, Schunxzu'l14'i', E. Smith, Vfvssalc,
liirisa-m', Znwh. Ninth. NXilliisim'ii-it. Xlfryvr. liranrlhurmt.
Firxt mir: Williznne. Whitwi-ll. liauvr. Iimnn, Wngni-r, Atkinson, Yi-sfwls. Turner. Taylor, Vifanl, Maynard, Tracy, Burg,
WU-rrv, G. Auliurthiin. lliistiv. Wvrne. Wnilv. Aulvn. I.. Millvr, Mains. Bcrnlvlv, lVlzlssnrul. Barfivlrl, D. Miller,
Eager, sincere, and capableethese Words most Mrs, Keaney, Mr, Diem, Mr. Juergensrneyer, Mr
aptly describe the Qualities prevalent in the make- Mdflanahan, Mr, Kenny and Mr. Guenther.
up at the three hundred and forty-eight students
President. ........ ,..Van Buschart
in the Ninth Grade class, students who are the Vice-president llni .Billy Gardner
lulwe leoderg Ol Nolmcmly' Secretary ..... ..., D ick Walker
The sponsors were Mr, La Rage, Mr, Koerner, Treasurer, .... Bob Mellis
Trip Juli: Hiwlivlixiziii. Finnell:-ll, Krzillli, lxr1iiiiiiiu'll4'r. lxnhl, Pnwvll. Gluesvr. Nikvl-, ,Inuiilis, lim-eel. lx:-ililc. lxiwwlillkc,
lliiliilqliv. Ki'i'ini'i. Dorn. l.m'lini'i'ls. C1irl1'i', Dolan. Fallm-1'l, l'ow4'i's. llvchl. lxi'1'ilim'yi'r, Dunivls, 0'Dc'll. J. Prcis,
Tliinl nm: Gini. livnsilir. l'rriui.,l. Gilison. S. Guin-r. lf:-rriv. Lninim-rp. Gnilai. Uzilniivhi-. Chuan. Duggan. Kmim-r,
lxlinkvrfus-. Putnam, Cunningham, Wl. Gurclnvr. Nvalgliw. Gilpin, liissth, Nlvfilimnn, Chzilfonl, lllinik, Clixiprnun
Subaru! mic: Frm-mln-rking, llnilson, Hardy, Giirsuinan, 1714-rkvr, Olivrmann. llcinrirrh. Da Murinim. Him:-rkump, llurphy,
livvcllc, llnllignn. Dm-Zz-rn. Ferguson. llysarl, Km-ppor, Kirrhncr, Kingsbury. E. Gzirilnvr, Ili-lirank. Dmirfman.
Ritchey, Pm-ikvr, Ruth. Phipps, Lindt-rs, Dcrric-k.
First mfr: Oclgur, Licse. IH-lurs. Clarkson, Hvrr, Lagmnnars-ino, Rayner, Curry, Laninnrrl, Giclic. Gnnnun, Q. Kimlmrel.
LaLunc, Goodman, Kclle, O'Donncl1, Owen, Poinlon, Roach, Kelly, Carlein, A. Lind, Gibler, Kathrincr, Otto.
W Tull ruiv: Umlilttril. 'l'. Smith. Shuvy. Stipvl-. IC. kr:-nivr. Vvylii-. Xlunilt, lim-lii-I. tliivsi-ilii-wk. Hit-st-lntatl. Fitting.
Ki-lst-t. a.i.ix.iy. oi,.i1iy. wmzhiii-,-.-f. t'.i.-.i. Ti..-ki-.'. 'ri-trim...-1. st-ii...-uk, si..ii.iu.-ii.
Tnfffl mit-f him.-. kmim. NX.ttkins. stat-i'.-i-mn. t. W.-iii.. min.-.-. s.-,mi-.i. ,i. whit.-. ii. '1'ii.,,..,is.ii1. xi.-tn.-S, '1'im.i11iy.
um ii...-ii. tc.-,mir-f. Ifinilli-3. si-mmf. i'..,i.i,-. t'.-fn.-. wiiii.-I.. tilts.-ati.
.sm-.iii.1 wif: xiifttiiuit. F.'.,1..W.. caiiiittu..-a.-.-, wut, sir,-Ui. 'tw-it.-tilt-at-f. s.-.iir xiiiim., 1-'ui-ii.-r, xi.-mx. Si-hmutl.
St:httlnui'h1!r. Vtvnlzi-l. l"i'lilmzm. Nlttrpliy. Kvttlvr. Stollmu Nl. Smith. Fryvr. Short
First mir: lv-i-nan. tiii-lm. Ma-yifr, Gorman. Shall:-r. hmm. Kiiltllitm, ll. 'l'hi,mpsiin. Xi-114-r. Grin:-5, G. Mvyvr. Stewart,
l Galilvr. Gray. Wi-lib. Spmdling. S. Smith, F11-rr, Galt. Whitinghill.
In their second year at Normandy, the three
nandred and nine eighth grade students have lived
up to the expectations ot the faculty and the sta-
dent body, and, having established themselves as
good citizens, are carrying on the traditions ot the
The sponsors were Mr. Schrader, Miss Edwards,
Miss Kohl, Miss Scihrnacker, Miss McCloud, Miss
Clark, Mr. Graber, and Miss Maellert
President , ,.
Top run: liltlriilgv. Cain. B1'1il1atttxl1ti't', Brui'i'. Uttvnkv. .Xlli-tt. Pvikvl. Bt-lli-tsiiu. Upiitllztnilvl. Ltiwv. lfttv. lfiitiuglttilt,
Pugitw, Chvztry. Ari'h1'1'. Dztrliy. Criltniiin. Cintrutl. Ili-chingvx, Raiinvy. Di-nnli't', Duuwziltrw. llunmim. liimnixill
Ito-s. Bi-rkli-x. Batt-km.m. IC. -Xmli-rsmt. I,iii-lit-r.
Thin! Init: lillrri-rltt. lii'rgtnitn. lf. -Xuilf-isim, Hallatril. llivttlltit. Ili-rgi'xilill4-. Iliittllt-. Xtts-uivkvx' litlcltlt ll.tl'lii-lil.
D4-Zvrtt. H1tni'ui'k. littrriiuillt-. Iizttxvr. lxiill, I.. Dixon. I.atni'. lltttlvr. lvhtifrtz. Ilm-nip.
Svruurl r1n14': Hussvllrztvk. lt1'ii'htililt. 0'Diiltnghtti-. Iluviim. Iliillntitnll. ,lttngig littri'4', XII. ,lzti'ksun. Uitlt-. Hztrtlt'lt. Bwgzn
,I. Ilixiin. llttevl1.tl'l. I.un'king. I.u1n4'lft1s. Jirvtlxttt. Ui-ni-ly, Duilt. Etlvuttils. Pimi-ll,
Fin! ron: Clmsv. l'i-wixul. Hriggls. li.tl1m:m. Ciittrtni-s. Slark. Kykvr. l'ltztri-s. NI. ,limi-s. johnson. Botti-.tit. Hivlwf, 1'1ii-gwl,
Ili-nn:-kv. Ili-xht-imi-r. Banniwti-r. Duffy, H. Bvll. Bates. Hulivli. Jenkins.
Trip nur: Jnnvs. Clarkson. Nllvn, lloliwly. Kirlqmlric-k, Klt-in. ll. lluily. N. llivlwy, l3t'i'giii1'yr'r. Sega-ll1ril'si. N4-uglvs,
l-lwll. Sinn. Kingsbury.
Third mir: Fun-lst-h, linholl. Sr-lircinnui. liutly. Silt-r. I.ang1r-li--r. Reita-r. St-horr. Willianns, lhrirflxiaim. liulnnlivrg. Rtnnsey,
Km-m-r. Iihl--rs. Kmuli.
Svcnnrl rn14': Dillulo. liwingg. lluliinsun. U'lJunu4'll. ll. Phillips, licnlivrs. Sharp, lirilivrtsuii. Steers. Kurz. Shllllv. Rudy,
llntlgvrs, Knurll. Snnl'k4'. Schmidt. Uliz'1'gm-iiii4'i'.
First nur: F. Jtilmslun. Svhwzin. Knstnn-r. llusltin. lvlilvriz. llirst. Snyrlvr. Sluvk. llfisvgrnxxl. Selma:-ft-r. 0'Kui-ft-. U'Ncill,
Muse, Kmnsnitrk, Sulim-irlvr. Knut-nmnn. Sn-lnwidvr. Johnston, l
Although the Seventh Grade Class consists
entirely ot students new to Normandy and its whirl
ot activities, its three hundred and twenty-six mem-
bers give us every reason to be proud ot them and
to expect great accomplishments from them in
their remaining years at Normandy.
The sponsors were Mr, l-lawkins, Miss Under-
wood, Mr. Lawhon, Mrs. Bock, Miss Fearnley, Miss
Kinnison, Mr. Mittlestadt, Miss Melcher, and Mrs
President ......., . ,. ..,.l, Otto Svvyers, Jr,
Vice-President . .s,..... Leigh Doxie
Secretary. .,.l Grace Rosegrant
Treasurer .... r..., C loyd Miller
Trip rnzr: Larkin. llllllvr, Lynvli, Tuylnir. Fiwlu-v, W4-lwr. Minlnixlu. G. Mllriiliy. l..t'tii4'i'. Lufaillal. Fi'ovli4'li, Nlfulsli.
I' 'xl Wmlli' -ion llvlniivh Fliiml Tuxiiliiwllv
rn. . 1 min, . . . . .
Third run: Bruntln-nlilxrgt-r. llcirm-4-ri. Ilunstt-llv. Vfvinlz. NX--Aka. lfi'ur'-'. Gruvnnolil. ll:-nn:-. Eusuii. l5r'st'm'r. Cussens.
Xfvrrt-. Xrnxslrung. lhlling. XX--rnlf. l..1u1iin:-rl. ll:-Czxnn. Grtimiis.
Svrurzrl row: Cuurlrwy. lisuxnihollf l"uu-rslvr. llaillivxiiarl, Cass:-ns. Mill:-r. Grtrvn. Holil. llvlllzv. llritlvr. liruntl1'nliu1'g1.
lltnshnnxn. Chuutlnl. lXIm-yt-r, Dnins, Bunting. Dickvy,
First run-: Taylor. Thietlkv. Wright. Luvni. McCuxlcv. Crass. Fvrgllson. Belknap. Williams. Bradshaw. lirunkvn. Maynard.
Adams, Lynch, Bcrmcl. Bronson. Boyle, Zufkmann.
Nou' fo gvt fl sun fan 1107111-fflf'f1lI'iIl!l Hlfll'fOlICfft"S
Jlukivzg nzerlzfznivs Mrs. Franklivz shouts the girls how ifs 110716
Wood workiazg The band rehearses
Boys' Glee Club entertains at assembly The Norsemen swinging
Other years at Normandy vve have
looked upon champions in sports, as teams
and as individuals. This year we see a
champion in football, a county and state
champion in wrestling, a close second in
basketball, and a likely champion in
The girls have done their share, too
There is no county league in their sports,
but they have won tar more games and
contests than they have last. A game with
Normandy now is an important one always.
Perhaps as great a result has been the
spirit developed in and shown by the stu-
dents vvatching and playing. Co-operation,
sportsmanship, and tair play and honor
have become by-vvords with the people at
Va ' y Football Team
B L w: I'mv4ist, Lister, Anderson, Patterson, M. Kluurkvncr, Fairlim-r, Russlvr. Fuchs, Kluusnwym-r, Tracy, Si-humaichi-r,
zu: Xlr. Nlajor. Svhad. Kiln Vi t Cook. E. Aussii-k 'XI lx QI -lion, Cach, Nivhaus, NI1 R-'g-1
mc: Curpunt Klouckc H h D Li, BQ-ilmm-k, b ll W I NI ll W'lliams, fin front, Ch p P
The Vikings, led by Orville Kloeckener and Art Schumacher, completed one of
lXlormandy's most successful football seasons, Their success was the result of the
fine coaching of Jim lvlajor, Art Shipherd and 'flVlike" Reigert. The powerful defense
of the line, which held its opponents scoreless in the first six games of the season,
and the drive of the backfield, which kept the team well ahead of its opponents,
aided the Vikings to attain the County championship.
Of their ten games, the team won nine and tied onefthe latter with St, Louis
U. l-ligh early in the season, before the Vikings were up to their full strength, Among
their victims were Maplewood, C. BC., Webster Graves and Kirkwood. The high
light of the season was lXlormandy's victory over the Ug City Indians, the first in the
history of the school,
Vikings chosen for all-star teams were Harold l-lirsch, "Abe" Devoti, Elmer
Aussieker, lVlel Klausmeyer and Art Schumacher.
Players and Positions
Ends: Bednarck, Smith, Cech, Aussieker, Lister
Tackles: Hirsch, lvlcKinnis, Provost, Woods, Fuchs, Shelton
Guards: Devoti, Farber, Carpenter, O. Kloeckener, lvl, Kloeckener, Means
Centers: lvl. Kiburz, Russler
Quarterbacks: A, Schumacher, Mueller, Anderson
l-lalfbacksi Klausmeyer, Cook, Williams, Tracy, Schad, Niehaus
Fullbacksi Waters, Patterson
Games ond Scores
Normandy .. Perryville ,,,,..,.....,.,. Normandy Webster .... O
Normandy St. Louis U. l-ligh Normandy Crystal City ....,.,..,,. H 7
Normandy Kirkwood ...,...,..,..... Normandy .... U. City ,.,.., .....,..,., O
Normandy St. Peters .,.,,,,..t.,,,,.. lXlormandy.t,2l C, B. C. ..,. ..,,, . .lil
Normandym. Ritenour ., 4. ...... Normandy Maplewood .. 6
"B" Football Team
Back nur: Roth, Johnson. 1I,:u-knll, Sinn. Bowman. Koch, Wmiglk Sini1h,v' ts. Lagun rsinu, Jenkins, Moors I l
l"mnt ru I.4m'sun. Cam-y. Currnn. Banks, Jones. Means. Russel ffllgunagerl loc n. . Killurx. Hollunil, Cr l
H mvs. Nlr. Kvnny. l
The "BH football team, which furnishes the ma ' or next yearfs varsity, was
under the leadership of Jim Kenny They played six this season, of which they
won three, lost two and tied one.
The team play was featured by the excellent defense of the line and the sure-
fire passes of Troy Anderson, The best game of the year was the Webster game, in
which the boys held their heavier opponents to a tie for three quarters, only to lose
the game in the last five minutes.
Players and Positions
Ends: Banks, Purl, Lawson, Jones, Johnson
Tackles: Lagomarsino, Roth, Moors
Guards: Carron, Means, Koch, Jenkins, Wright
Centeri' E, Kiburz
l-lalfbacks: Anderson, l-loehn, lvlarts, Holland, l-lames
Fullbacksi Plummer, Bowman
Games and Scores
McBride .,..., ,,,,,. O Normandy. 25 Ritenour ..l... ...... 7 Normandy .... 7
Beaumont ....... ...... O Normandy .,.. l2 Soldan ,....,.,...,........ O Normandy ,.,. l2
Beaumont ,,,,... ....., l 9 Normandy is O Webster Reserves ,..l3 Normandy 6
Tenth Grade Football Team
Back mic: Durlaque. Fc-rrie. Bushman, Baumhnff. Rogers, Miller, Giclvc. Arcns. Russel, Mrlns-rney, Dc-udrick.
Front mtv: Noble, Yan Mill, Ji-nkms. Doyle, Connell, XI:-Clinton, Gollt-r. Weiser. Si-ou. MrrClurt-. Flood, Mr. Brunt
fin front, Rummvll
The Tenth Grade tootball team prepares young and inexperienced senior high
boys tor later varsity competition, Any boy vvho shows outstanding ability may be
advanced to the varsity.
Under the leadership ot Mr, Bruno, a new teacher at Normandy, several boys
have developed who, observers believe, vvill be ot great aid in making next year's
eleven another championship team,
The sauad had a very successful season, they vvon all ot their games and held
their opponents scoreless. The good material combined with the excellent coaching
ot Mr. Bruno made this possible. Particular credit should be given the line tor its
good playing, which aided the backtield tremendously in making consistent gains
through the opponents' lines.
Players and Positions
Ends: Bushman, Deadrick
Tackles: Durlaaue, Rogers, Scott
Guards: Baumhott, lvicClinton, Russel, Wieser, lvliller, Doyle, Ferrie
Centers: lvlclnerney, Giebe
Quarterbacksi Jenkins, McClure
l-laltbacksi Arens, Brown, Noble, Van lvlill, Flood
Fullbacks: Goller, l-leld, Connell
Co-Captainsi Connell and McClinton
Games and Scores
Chominade ........ O Normandy ...,..... l3 U. City ......,..,.... O Normandy ,...,,,.. 6
C BC .............. O Normandy .......,,. 6 Principia ...,...,.... O Normandy ,,..,,,.., i3
Junior High Football Team
Third mir: Rl:-in. N14-Kinnis. Pollard. Ruily. Rumi-l. Melzgvr. Martin. Krf-mc-r. Arnolil, Pcnrlli-mn.
Swriuul mir: l.vn4'l1. Russel lffzigitzxinl. Vhvgley. Rilvr. Cru-4. Nation. Reinvr. Cir'St'lni1ui. Bvrgiiiaiix.
Fifi! rim: Nlr. I,.1wlimi. lxriilm. liiiilai. Xliiriisu. l.:-i-. Auesii-ki-r. if-lw4'glr'r. Ch inian. l,imimrr-. Nlr. Nliifllxnmh
lhe junior high school boys who vvere interested in iiloying tootboll come under
the excellent guidonce ot lvlr, Lovvhon ond lvlr, lVlcClonohon, There vvere so rnony
condidotes tor oll positions thot the cooches were oble to hove tvvo complete teonfis.
The "C" teoin, cornposed ot boys in the ninth grode, oloyed three gonwes, ot
vvhich they lost tvvo, both by toirly lorge scores. However, they proved too rnuch tor
St. Louis U. lnligh, winning by nine points,
The "D" teorn, mode up ot the seventh ond eighth grode boys, olthough smoll
ond inexperienced, vvon oll three ot the gornes on their schedule,
Players and Positions
Guords: Krohn, Chopmon, Lynch, Gross, Klein, Roesel
Toclalesi Russel, Reiner, Gieselrnon
Endsi Godot, Lonnrners, Riter, Bergrnon, lVlcl4innis, Kremer
Centersi Rhegley, Notion, Pendleton
Holthocksi Aussieker, Schvvegler, Rollord, lvletzer, lvlortin, Arnold
Fullbocksi Moroso, Rudy
Games and Scores
MCH TEAM "D" TEAM
lvloolevvood 28 Nornnondy, O St Louis U. l-ligh, C Norrnondy Zl
St, Louis U, High O Norrnondy .... 9 U. City ..,,.,,.,...., ,.,.,. O Normondy ,..l3
U. City . ,, , . 38 Normandy O lvloplevvood .. ., ,. i O Norrnondy .l5
Varsity Basketball Team
Tap row: Muvllcr, Lister, Van Devon, Schumaclxvr. Provost. i
Front raw: Grass, Sponcvr, Waters, Tracy, Reid.
The varsity basketball team had one ot the most successful seasons in years, ln
its regular schedule the team won thirteen games and lost only tour. One big reason
tor the exceptionally good season was the excellent playing ot l-lerb Van Deven, Russ
Grass and Bill Spencer, Two ot these players, l-lerb and Russ, were selected tor the
All-County team. The material for Coach "Pie" Reid was the best in several years,
a fact which, with excellent coaching, made the team one of the most outstanding
in the city and county, one which all opponents respected.
Players and Positions
Forwards: Van Deyen, Spencer, Mueller, G. Schumacher,
Guards: Waters, R. Grass, Tracy.
Centers: Lister, Provost.
Games and Scores
St. Louis Us l-ligh Normandy... Webster Groves ...., Normandy
Ferguson ....,.....,..,... Normandy Maplewood ,,...,..,,.. Normandy
McBride ..-.A.. .-.-... N Ofmflftdy St. Charles ,......,....., Normandy
U. City ,..... ..,.,,. N ormandy Beaumont ............,.. Normandy
Ritenour .....,........... Normandy St. Charles ...,......... Normandy
Maplewood ............. Normandy Ritenour .,...,...,..,.,., Normandy
Ferguson ....... ....,. N ormandy ., Webster .,.....,......... Normandy
Wellston ..... ...... N ormandy ., Wellston ...........,.,.... Normandy
C. B. C. ,....,,, .,.,.. .
P5 F y gh
"B" Basketball Team
Inj: row: Ur. Rivgvrt. llviflinlon, Biurgelil. lluslmlzlll. Wagyu-r. liuumlmlf.
Fran: run" Qmith Xl ll Ixl 1 PII. Nan Mill.
The members of the i937 "B" basketball team may well be proud ot their
record. Ot the titteen games which they played they lost only tour games and won
eleyen, The good material ayailable, combined with the excellent coaching ot Mike
Reigert, was responsible for the tine season, There were no individual starsg the
games were won by the smooth teamwork and admirable technique shown by eyery
member of the team, Each ot the players made scores.
U, City ,..,
Players and Positions
Forwards: Connell, Van Mill, J. Miller, Anderson
Centers: Borgeld, Bushman
Guardsi Smith, Kiburz, McClinton, Martin, Wagner,
U, High ,.
Games and Scores
Normandy . ,
Maplewood .. l8 Normandy
C B. C. ,..i..,,ii, i9 Normandy
McBride ......,.,. l 8 Normandy
Webster i,ii ,V , l6 Normandy
C B, C ,... ,.,., l 4 Normandy
Wel lston .,........ l 3 Normandy
Principia . . .l l Normandy
Ninth Grade Basketball Team
Top raw: Kahl, Walker, Nickel, Heinlc.
1"rurzz row: Weldon, H1-rzugi-nrath, Provost. Gcdal. Hnefler.
The tuture basketball stars composed this year's ninth grade basketball team
The team was composed ot thirteen rather inexperienced players, but even against
this disadvantage Coach J. Lt McClanahan turned out a very tine team. The team
won tive and lost six, which isn't so bad tor a basketball team. Their two toughest
opponents were U, City and Kirkwood. They lost to U, City twice by large scores
but the games with Kirkwood were very close.
Forwards: l-larry Provost, Lawrence l-laetler, Albert Heinle, Fred Herzogenrath
Guards: Ralph Nickel, Billy Kahl, John Benoist.
Centers: Paul Kroehnke, Dick Walker,
Squad lvlenj Clyde Weldon, l-lomer Godat, Ed Walsh, Allen Naegles.
Coach: Ji L. McClanahan.
Scores of Games Played
Normandy McBride ,.......,......... Normandy St. Peters., i.....
Normandy .... Kirkwood ....,..,,......, Normandy Maplewood ...r....,.
Normandy.. St. Louis U, l-ligh.., Normandy lVlcBride ,..r.,.
Normandy U. City. ,.....,..,.,....,.. Normandy ,.., St. Louis U. l-ligh
Normandy .... Maplewood ,......,....., Normandy Kirkwood .......,.
Normandy U. City ,......... .......,.
Junior High Basketball Team
Tuff fnzv: llvnolst. Cvllglvr. Vi-nmllvtml. Pollaril. Smith. 'llm'uso. Nllssiekvi: Ur. Luwlwrl.
Frunt mir: Sinn. 'l'u1gl. Nlvfllinion. -Xuile-rsivn. lfuril. Sn-lirifiuianu. Klinv. lim-nsrm.
The Seventh and Eighth Grade Basketball Team! under the leadership ot Mr.
Lawhon, has enioyed a very successtul season. The team won eight ot the eleven
games played. Those lost were by a very small score. Atter losing the tirst game
played against Maplewood, the team won two return games, the last one by a score
ot ll to 4. The other games lost were to Chaminade and St, Louis U. l-ligh. The
boys defeated these teams in return games,
Much credit is due these boys and their coach, tor it is the early practice which
they receive as members ot this team that assures Normandy ot a winning basket-
ball team in tuture seasons.
Letters were awarded to the tollowing boys:
Forwards: Gengler, Anderson
Guardsi Aussieker, Moroso
Centers: Pollard, Dunham
These boys were aided by substitutes McClinton and Cord.
v Games and Scores
Maplewood .i.ic...,.,i., l2 Normandy. .. Hancock .... . ....,i .. 6 Normandy
l-lancock .i,., ,r,,.. 7 Normandym. Wellston ,. .... .. i4 Normandy
Maplewood .,,ll.. T .. 8 Normandy Chaminade ..., .. .. Normandy
St. Louis U. l-ligh .,,l7 Normandy Maplewood ,..,. 4 Normandy
Wellston .,......,. .,.... l O Normandy. St, Louis U, l-ligh... ll Normandy
Chaminade T, .i...l . lG Normandy
Varsity Soccer Team
Top mir: Mr. Kenny. Dfiviili. Gonilin. Rekate. Klnusmeyer. Smith. Banks. Carpenter. Koch, Kiliurz.
First mir: Prawn-rs. W'urlh, Williams. Puhl, Yorks, Di-ailri:-k. Farber. Furl. Nlarknlf.
Losing a number of their stars in the early part of the season, a young soccer
team was held to a record of three wins and eight defeats. Paul Voclss and Art
Schumacher, who showed signs of developing into fine players, were lost early in the
season because of injuries.
Although the record seems poor, the team fought every inch of the way and
suffered defeat after defeat with surprising eauanimity. When they had lost the
day before, they would go out the next day and fight with renewed vigor, never giving
up even when the game seemed lost,
The following boys composed the sauadj Bill Williams, Pat Purl, Nathan Koch,
Bill Worth, lra Smith, Bob Cook, l-larald Rekate, Jack Banks, Meredith Kiburz,
Stanley Pohl, Paul Vocks, Bob Powers, Art Schumacher, Ed Carpenter, Russ Farber,
Mel Klausmeyer, Maurice Goodin, and James Deadriclq.
Games and Scores
Normandy lVlcBride , . ., .
Normandy South Side Catholic ..,.,,...,.
Normandy Central Catholic ,, .,......
Normandy St Johns , ...,.. . .
Normandy McBride . ...,..,. l
Normandy South Side .....
Normandy Country Day .
Normandy Country Day ,.
Normandy. .,. .. St, Johns ,
Normandy Central Catholic.. l
Normandy Chaminade ...,..,... , lOvertimei
Varsity Baseball Team
Top mir: Hr. Major. Dveni. Smith. Tmvy. Klauslmryri.
.Srfrmifl mir: Conn:-ll. -X S h h l Th 5 r. lnirriin.
First fniu: Krausnivk W ll W t Y D K k NI 4-llc-r, C. Srhul l
The Normandy Baseball Team defeated University City May Zi to capture the
Suburban League title, for the third championship this year in boys' athletics, Fifteen
victories, two defeats, and one tie, as the Saga goes to press, is the record.
l-lerb Van Deven led the infielders in batting percentages and lra Smith cap-
tured the honors in the outfield. Bob Cook, who held dovvn second base, proved the
best fielder of the year.
Normandy not only won the title in its ovvn league but easily defeated three
times the champions of the City League, Beaumont, and also defeated the cham-
pions of the Prep League, C. B. C.
Members of the Varsity
Infielders: Waters, Cook, Carron, Van Deven, Williams, A. Schumacher,
Outfieldersi Smith, Connell, G. Schumacher, Klausmeyer, Williams, Mueller
Pitchersi Grass, Tracy, Smith, Spencer, Deem.
Games and Scores
Beaumont ..,. ...,., 5 Normandy .. 7 Soldan .. ,.,., ..,,., N ormandy
Beaumont .... ,.,r.,, l 3 Normandy .... 7 Coulterviile ,......... . Normandy
Beaumont ,.,, ,. H 2 Normandy 6 Ben Blevvett .. ....,.., Normandy
Beaumont .... , ,. 2 Normandy ,,.. 6 Wellston ,,,. Normandy
Soldan r, .. 2 Normandy 2 Maplewood . Normandy
Ritenour r.,,. ,. O Normandy .... l4 Webster ,.., L ...r..,,. Normandy
C. B. C, . .... .,.,, , ,. 4 Normandy ,.,. S St. L, U. Freshmen Normandy
McKinley .,,,,,,,..,.,... S Normandy ..,. 3 University City ,,..,.., Normandy
South Side Catholic 3 Normandy ..,. l3 lvlacon tlll.i ...,.,,,,. Normandy
Top ruir: 0. Klucckcm-r. Pi-lvrscn, Mr. Bruno. Hirsch. M. Kloirckenvr, Scannell.
First mu" LN-, Strickland. W'ilson, Russlvr, Plummvr Ficnup.
A season without a deteat was climaxed tor the Normandy wrestlers by the
capture ot the Missouri State Championship, At the state meet in Columbia tive
champions from Normandy were crowned: Fienup, 95 lbs., Strickland, H5 lbs.,
Plummer, l35 lbs., O. Kloeckener, l65 lbs, and l-lirsch, heavyweight. While the best
total their nearest competitor, Ferguson, could sum up was 27 points, Normandy
amassed 44 points with tive tirsts and three seconds,
The season's record was ten victories and one tie. Granite City was the only
team that marred the season with the tie score ot l7V2 to Wk, l-larold l-lirsch and
Altred Strickland vied tor top scoring honors, both boys pinned their opponents in
every match but one and scored 58 points tor the team, Neither l-larold nor Al lost
a match during the entire season.
Since only tive ot the grapplers will return next year, Coach Bruno will have to
tind lots ot new talent. Strickland, Russler, Plummer, M. Kloeckener and Fienup
are the tive who will be back next year.
Washington U. . 5 Normandy ,,,l8 Granite City ,..... i2 Normandy
Granite City .. 1755 Normandy .i l7V2 Madison ..........,. 9 Normandy
Ritenour .,.,........ 3 Normandy 36 Ritenour ,.....,...., 6 Normandy
Madison ........,.., 8 Normandy 27 Kirkwood ..,,...,, O Normandy
Ferguson ...,i.,.,. 9 Normandy 28 Ferguson V. ...... l 4 Normandy
Kirkwood ,...,.,.., 6V2 Normandy 34V2
State Championship Meet fe- - Normandy ..
44 Ctirst placel
Senior Track Division
liip mu: Mr. Biunu. bi-lmil Hume. Sli-Clurt-. knob. Bi-tlnurck. Ri-int-r, Mr. Lawhiin.
Fran! mu: Hi-im, Shelton, Tracy. 1.1-1-. Kluusnwyer. Patti-rson.
Although the trock teom did not win o chompionship this yeor, they did o fine
iob os o result of the untiring ettort which they put into their proctice.
Mel Klousmeyer, Norbert Bednorck, Elmer Aussieker ond Vernon Trocy deserve
speciol credit tor their records. Mel, one ot the most dependoble men on the sduod,
won the 440 in the district meet, finished second in the 440 in the stote outdoor
meet ond mode the ollestote teom tor the second consecutive yeor, Norbert, olso o
dependoble mon, won honors on the tield ond will be greotly missed otter groduotion.
Elmer hos shown his obility in the shot put ond discus throw, events in which he is
district ond stote chdmpion, l-le, olso, wos elected to the oll-stote teom, Vernon, o
close second to Elmer in the shot put ond discus throw, likewise wos occorded the
honor ot membership on the oll-stote teom,
Weight men: Aussieker, Koob, l-lohmon, Trocy
Jumpers: Bednorck, Briesocher, Klousmeyer, Sondweg, Shelton
Sprinters: Bednorcla, Heim, Klciusmeyer, McClure
Distonce runneri l-lume
Normondy ..,., i .,.,., Normondy Eirst
St. Louis U. lrligh
Normondy ,,,,,.,, ..,,. , . , . NormondyfSecond
Normondy . ,.,. ,.... N ormondy-Second
District Meet ,....., . Normondy--Eourth
St. Louis U. l-ligh
Normondy M ., ,,,, ...,.. N ormondyfSecond
Normondy ........,,,.....,,, ,,,..i. N ormondy Eirst
Stote Outdoor Meet . ,. . .Normondy tied tor fourth ploce
Junior Division Track Team
Tap ruzr: Mr. Bruno. Fiuilley, lxilvurz. Lister. Johns, liz-ini-r, Mr. Lawhim.
Fin! run: Nun Mill. kullvv, Lvv, Smith. Maris.
Victory tailed to recognize the iunior division track team, although their partic-
ular aim is not to win meets but to prepare the younger boys for their coming years
on the senior track team.
ln dual meets the team placed second once, third twice, and had one tie, that
The squad consisted ot a large group ot boys, among whom Delbert Findley
and Pete Reiners were outstanding, Delbert is a senior and will not be able to con-
tinue his associations with the team next year. He showed exceeding ability in the
high jump and pole yault. Pete won his letter for the 880 and mile runs.
Howard Corner ......i ..,il,...,. ...i.. .,.,.,..,,. ,.............,.. P o l e Vault
Delbert Pindley... ., ............,,.. l-ligh Jump, Pole Vault
Otto Kallvy ,.i.,. ,. ........,............,... ...i,. 4 40, 880
Joe Lee . ..i., ......,. .....,.....,l, i,i,. 5 0 , l00
Bill lylarts ............, ,...,,........,.,..,.. 5 0, l00
Pete Reiners ,l,....... . ..V..,l,....,..,.,,.,.... 440, 880
Jack Smith ,..ii ..., 0 , ...........i....,... ,..l00, 220
Clifford Van Mill . .. . ...i..,i 50, 220, Broad Jump
Everett Johns ......, .,......, High Jump, Broad Jump
Eldridge Klburz .,..... .. .........,.... .....,.. ..,..,,,..,. 5 0 , l00, 220
l. Beaumont 4, Soldan
2. St. Louis U. lxlofmflftdrmrflllfd
U. City 5. Wellston
Normandye fthird Normandy-etie
Junior High Track Team
Tuji nm: Smith. Ilruilshziw. Wviwr. Hrnvin. O. l.uili-iiilvi'ki'r. G. I.i1fli-iiili'i'kvi'. Svull. Giiilzlt, lillily. Phvgli'
Sm-nliil wiv: King. livrglivlil. Zzxvkliiull, Doyle. Bvulmli. Bvrginuli. Finillvy, Wi-In-r.
Firvl ruff: llixon. Ilurtt. Hain:-N. Si'hii-l'i'i'li'. Bu-lx. Climnan. Uurrii-. Hilnsiin. Mr. llruno.
The Junior High Track Club, which was formed in early October, had a member-
ship ot thirty-tive, recruited tram the junior school only, During good weather the
club meetings each Monday atternaon saw considerable activity. Many at the boys
took advantage ot their opportunity to make use at the athletic facilities and coach-
ing and as a result showed ability that should make them varsity material later,
Among the leaders were Smith, Schwegler, Bush, Scott, Findley, Rudy and Godat.
ln bad weather and during the winter the club members worked in the gym,
although the work was hampered by the small track, As this book goes to press, the
boys are renewing their outdoor activities with fine results,
Golf and Tennis Teams
lup mu.-: Mr. krahlm, Muvlllillan, Bushman. hpoenvnmn. Lifii-r, blicllmi-yiir, knurr.
Svvund mir: Mi-izkfessvl, Kiliurz, Arthur, Klulh, B, H1-isli-r. MarkoFl'.
First mir: Slzwk, J. Hi-isliir, Kessler, Si-ann:-ll, Ociting, Cnrnor.
Eight boys, under the supervision ot Mr, Krablin, formed the golt team this year,
winning tour ot their six matches. All contests were played on golt courses chosen
by the home teams. Scannell, Arthur, and Corner were largely responsible tor the
victories over Kirkwood, Webster, Maplewood and Clayton, The team lost ta U. City
The tennis team, although scheduling a good list ot matches, has not played
any at the time the Saga goes to press. Eliminations among the aspirants are still
going on, Matches are to be played with Clayton, Maplewood, Webster, Kirkwood
and U. City.
Scannell Corner Doyel Hebrank
Arthur Knorr Math Slack
Candidates for Tennis Team
B. l-leisler Getting Markott Spoeneman Bushman
J, Heisler Slack Mecktessel Thuston Kessler
Pings l My-i-ight
Tnp row: Mr. Schill, Aussiekvr, Klcinc. Hirsch, Arthur, Mr, Shiphcrd.
Firs! row: Carpenter, Hebrank, Reed, Rirkute.
lntramural basketball is sponsored by the Athletic Department in order to stim-
ulate interest in athletics and to give boys who are not quite good enough tor the
varsity a chance to participate in sports, Each homeroom in the senior school has a
chance to enter the competition.
Twelve homerooms were represented by teams in the tournament under the
direction ot Art Shipherd, The teams were divided into two sections, the "National
League" and the "American League." Each team had to play six games, The winner
of the "National League" was Miss Saltzman's homeroom, and in the "American
League" Mr. Schill's homeroom tied with Miss l-lasner's, ln the play-ott ot the
"American League," Mr. Schill's group was victorious,
The tinal game was held as a preliminary betore the l-li-Y-Faculty game. ln a
closely fought contest, Mri Schill's team emerged victorious as the champion home-
room team ot the entire school,
Schill ,.,,,...,, .,l8 Holbrook Schill ,..,..i,....... 24 Crink .... .
Schill ..,.,,,,.,,.... i8 Swyers ,....... ...... S chill .............., 28 l-lasner 4
Schill ,.i,..,...,, lO Hasner Cplay-ottl
Schill ,...,...,..... 35 l-lixson ,,...,.. ..,.,.. S chill ......,.....,... 2l Saltzman
Schill .,.,....... ,,,3l Koehler itinall
iv: Strirkluiitl. Bvnvnizni. Cvvh. Nivhuus. Pohl, l'zillt-rsiiu, Cu1'pvulr'r. Cook. 5--lmtl, S4'hllin1n'h1'r, Furl. Xlut-llvr.
rniu: lhwuli. Carroll. Svainnvll, Gomliii, WTalvrs. Slit-Iu'v:1'. Xl. Klolwkl-m'i'. Grass, Kusslvr. Kiliurz, l"an'ni1'r.
U: O. Klm't'kvnt'r. Truvy. Wvootls. Klzulsinr-yer. Fuvlii. Smith. Xlvliinnis. Hirsrh. Br'tlnurn'k. Shelton, Prmasl
Nun Dm:-n. Listvr.
The Lettermen's Club this year is probably one ot the largest in the history ot
Normandy, since tvventyeeight letters were given to the members ot the i935 Cham-
pionship tootball team. In order to become a member at the Lettermen's Club, a
boy must receive a letter in one ot the major sports. At the meetings held weekly
during the club period, the members transacted the business ot the organization
and planned general programs tor entertainment,
The annual Football Dance, sponsored by the club, was held in the New Gym
atter the Crystal City game, The decorations ot corn stalks, pumpkins, and colored
leaves made a true autumn setting tor the crowning at Virginia Penn, the i936
The Lettermen's Follies was one at the most enjoyable programs an the
Normandy calendar. Under the direction at Mr, Major and lvlrs. Schneider, the
athletes, dressed as beautitul chorus girls, entertained a large audience with their
ballet dances and regular chorus routines.
President ..i,i l-larald Hirsch
Secretary ...... .,.,....i... E rnest Devoti
Treasurer ..... ,Orville Kloeckener
"N" Girls l
Tap nur: Hvrr. Wi-igi-l. Sli-vrs. W'hilw1-ll. Howl, Xvvnilling. XIcCualig. Pongrulv. Hvim. Svhrick.
First mir: Pucschn-l. Taylor. laughan. Hrss, Rolilis, lxohnlv, Hirst, Lylirouk, Hiulmpriem.
This year Normandy saw another field ot activity open tor the girls who like
sports, Under the active sponsorship ot Miss Allen the "N" Girls was organized.
The members plan to make it a social organization ot girls who have lettered in any
section ot athletics, Their constitution is similar to that ot the l.ettermen's Club.
All girls who have varsity letters are eligible. This year, because it was the first
year, all seniors were automatically admitted. Then any juniors or sophomores who
were eligible were duly pledged and initiated,
Arline l-lirst and Adele Kohnle are the most outstanding seniors, For the last
three years they have been members ot practically every team in girls' athletics,
The girls have extensive plans for the coming year and hope some day to have
a club room somewhere on the campus,
President .........,. .i... .s....... ......s.. O l i ve Boneau
Vice-President .... T. .. Audrey Vaughan
Secretary .i...... ...... J ulia Pongratz
Treasurer i,ri..., T ,,i,.. Arline l-lirst
Junior and Senior G. A. A. Boards
Sr-1-mid raw: Bus:-hurt. Wessali-. J. Bonf-au. Huston. DafTcy. Smith. Wolfe.
Firsl raw: Miss Etlwurils. Anderson. Kuhnlv. 0. Buncau, Puusvlu-l. Hess. Niki-ls, Whitwz-ll, Mies Allen.
The Junior and Senior G. A. A. Boards are the governing bodies ot the Junior
and Senior G. A. A.'s, respectively. Each board, whose purpose is to promote interest
in all sports, is composed ot members elected by each G. A. A. separately. The
board members act as leaders and play an important part by planning and arranging,
with the help ot Miss Allen and Miss Edwards, all the activities ot the G. A. A. groups.
Miss Allen, the sponsor ot the Senior Board, had many interesting and enter-
taining ideas vvhich she put into ettect this year. She planned the buying ot pins,
the Mother-and-Daughter Banquet, various swimming and skating parties, in addi-
tion to many other very interesting activities.
Miss Edwards, the sponsor ot the Junior Board, also submitted to the organ-
ization many ideas which proved successful during the year, Some interesting activ-
ities which the Board sponsored were games in all girls' sports, hikes, roller skating
parties and horseback rides. A special event ot the year was Posture Week, during
which all girls were urged to heed particularly the elements which go to make up
Junior G. A. A. Board Committee Chairmen
Program Committee ...... ..,............. . . ...,......,......... .,.... L ois Wessale
Finance Committee ....... ...... J eanne Boneau
Publicity Committee ...... ...... V an Buschart
Pep Committee ........... ....... N edra Wolte
Senior G. A. A. Board Committee Chairmen
General Chairman ,.............,.........,........,.............. ....... O live Boneau
Program Committee.. ..... ...... A dele Kohnle
This was the third year ot the Senior G. A. A., an organization vvhose function is
Senior G. A. A.
Tap mzr: Weigel. Hanlon. Niki-ls. Lanilun. Wlfluster. Fnulks. Str-i-rs. Magner. Hiiml. W4-nilling. Knob, Xli'Cuaig. Burr
Ylvcntzi-l. D. urn W'vhrili'n. Herr. l'nugratz. Svhrivk. Miss Allvn.
Tliinl mni: Sclxinrlli-r. Tell, Fi-incr, Putnam, Blurm-nlhul. Anil:-rsuu, Sr-halk. Y. Smith. Xiuyard, H4-iillunil, Cillni-r
Mugele, Cum:-rfuril, Connolly, Krnhn, Dietrich, Purl, Hrfiiloprivrn, Snuikc, Tucker.
Second rniu: Angi-ll, Bulherus, Lane, Aitken, Murphy, Olmcrschelp, Muttern, Otto, Bozler, W. von Wehrilcli, Long, Bell
Schirr, Hullsclaw, Teninw, Duffncr, Ermes, French, Quinn, Hcim, Coslmw.
First ruff: Wrillinnis. Tuttli-. lllantun. Hawking. Hililwlvr. Kirvhrlwr. Bvnnvll. Hirst, Knhnli-, Wvhitwvll. Hess. Daily
Compton. Wi-igelt, Slum. Kimliri-l. Hvnrichs, Taylor, Lylyronk, Keronr-, Horstmcyvr.
to foster interest in sports for girls. The group aims also to provide social contact
tor girls interested in sports but not participating in them,
The G. A. A. sold candy at games and led the cheering section, Candidates tor
cheer leaders were selected by the G. A. A. and led the assemblies in cheers. The
tour best cheer leaders, as selected by the student body, took charge ot cheering at
all athletic events,
The third annual Mother-and-Daughter Banquet, held on April 2, was, as
usual, sponsored by the G. A. A, Community singing, a well planned program and
an educational talk by Dean Starbird of Washington University provided an enjoy-
able evening tor those present.
Other club activities included a skating party at the Lorelei and bi-monthly
meetings, at which the club business vvas transacted. At a special Christmas meet-
ing the members exchanged gifts and enjoyed community singing and refreshments.
Normandy was, as usual, represented by members of the club at William Woods'
and University City's play-days.
At the beginning ot each season, a girl outstanding in each particular sport
was chosen by her teammates as the leader at that sport and automatically became
a member ot the G. A, A. Board.
Much credit should be given to the sponsor, Miss Allen, tor her willing partici-
pation in all the club's interests.
lDl'GSlClGVlf .................,..,.. ,,,,,,, O live Bgnegu
VlC6-l3I'GSlCl6Vil' ., ,,,,, Adele Kghnle
Secretary ..........,.,.,..,.. .........,.. T helma l-less
Treasurer ....,........... ...... ...... G a rnet Whitvvell
Senior Representative .,........ .....,... B ertha Anderson
Junior Representative ......... ., Margaret Pueschel
Sophomore Representative ....... ..... K atherine Nikels
Sponsor .,.,.....,...........,...... . ,,,,, ,,,,,, M igg Allen
Junior Gi. A. A.
I up ru.
i': 'lliii-Nlilluu. Kirchner. Bust-hart, Si-hiikner-ht, Dale-. Hrinerkamp. W1-ssale. Milli-r. Clark. Linrlr-rs. Hriullrr
Sm-hliimu-ht-in hm Buss-liurl. Meyers. Sim-rs. Klinkn-rfuss. Mr-ntz, Miii'liux. Peikvr. Aiizulorie, Dysarl. Olin-rmiuiu
Bauer. St-rut, Branilhursl.
run: Jzwksuri. Wolf. Hvlrxrirh. Prlvgvl. Hr'nnr'kr'. Nliivllm-r. Marty. llfrrxlvy. Duxin'-. Fryer. Kvlllr-r. Ilusserllrwli
Schnmll. Yvilhvlln, Culminghum. Dvlvrn. Stanley, W'i'rrc'. Durphy, Nllrvrt. Gzlrtlm-r. Xlichaelis. Pliipps, Mulli-
raw: Ceiilrllrvy, Ferguson, Fvlrlnlall. l.uwlr-r. Marion. Wlziynurml. Scott. Xlillvr. Luuinii-rl. Sm'lm1'fff-i'. llinsnu. Crurv.
Hvbrunk, W1-mzel, Srhupmw, Graf, Mvyvr, Cressrlizlri, Dailey, Millvr. Shrink. Taylor, Curry. l'r-tvrs. Reyncr
Brnmlr-ulrurg. Owens, o'l1..im.-li. Y
mir: I.vni'h. Lev, Murray, Barrister, Mi-yr-rs, Huston. Piiintrm. F4-rgiismx. Pcrvivul. Whitviell. Bniivr. Bon:-an
Davisson. Wvlili, Jonlun. Rusf-grain. 0'IJunughu1-. Puwrfll. Pharvs. Cray. Enlvmrzls. lluffy, Foster, Bushman
Liz-sv. Nlziynuril. Hulwli. Chase. Prinviroli.
Organized tor the purpose ot providing the chance tor junior school girls to
earn rewards and ot stimulating intramural activities, the Junior G, A A. had its
second successful year.
Because it is extremely ditticult tor a girl to earn in three vears the thousand
points required tor a large letter given in senior high school, the junior girls were
ollowed to begin the accumulation ot points to be counted toward achieving the
honor in senior high school.
Activities ot the club were monthlv hikes, horseback riding lessons and swim-
ming parties, An initiation partv wos heldl tor all new members, at which the can-
didates tor the club membership were received into the organization with proper
Miss Edwards, although a new teacher at Normandy, promoted interest in the
club bv providing an unusuollv active program,
President ....,.,,..., ...,.,....,... , , ..,.. Jeanne Boneau
Vice-President ..,.. . , . Lois Wessale
Secretary .......... .,..,.. V an Buschort
Treasurer ................,,,.............., . ,. .Nedra Wolte
Ninth Grade Representative. ... ..,..Edith Smith
Eighth Grade Representative ,.,. Blanche Duttv
Seventh Grade Representative ....., ..,.. J ovce l-luston
Sponsor .. .. ..,.,, .. .,,....,, .... Ulvliss Edwards
Girls Varsity Hockey Team
Tnp rmu: Dietrich, Kohnle, W'hitwel1, Schrick, McCuaig, Hood. Miss Allen, Steers, Pongratz, Coshnw. Her
F T lor Vaughan Pu:-svhr-I Hirst Hess Shingle Lylirnok. H4-irleprivm.
Lrxl rrizlr: ny , , , , , ,
Hockey, os one ot the mcijor sports tor girls, ottrocts o lorge number ot girls
every yeor. Eoch closs is represented by o teom which ploys other teoms in the
county ot its own closs. Atter the closs teoms ore chosen by the cooches, eoch
group elects, by populor vote, o coptoin ond o monoger.
At the end ot the seoson this yeor, Miss Allen ond Miss Clork, the cooches, with
the help ot the coptoins ond monogers ot oll the teoms, chose the best ployers to
represent Normondy os the yorsity teom,
First Varsity and Positions
Gool Keeper .i.. ..i,,.,.....r.,i,,i.,,..,.,.,.,,...i, ...,............,..,... D o rothy Herr
Lett Eullbcick .....,. i,,.,.. ..,.,.ii..,.i,.,...i . i , .....,.....,,i..,...,.. Adele Kohnle
Right Eullbock .,.,..,.. . .... ...,.,......... , ,Arleen l-lirst
Lett l-loltbock i,.,i,i.. .....,..,. ....,..,....,...,ii....... G o rnet Whitwell
Center l-lolbock ,.i.. . r.r..,. .Blanche Steers ond Thelmo l-less
Right l-loltbock... ..,. ., ...,.,.,..,.,.,... ....,....,.........,.. , Morie Toylor
Lett Wing ,....,. .i,.. .ii,., A u drey Voughn ond Rotsy McCuoig
Lett Inner. ..... . . ,.,.,c. ,.,...,,,. ,..... , ...,.. C o therine Schrick
Center Eorwo rd V..,.,..
Right lnner. ..,...,. ,
Right Wing ..,i. . ...,,. ,
4 Wellston ,.
l Cloyton .,,.
O Wellston i.
Normondy .,i.,....,. l Wellston ..
Normondy ,. l Cloyton
Normondy. . ,, O Moplewood
Normondyi ,... ..
Almo l-lowkins ond Vero l-lood
Julio Pongrotz ond Morgoret Rueschel
.,,.i..,.i...,.....,... ...... ...i. V i rginio l-leidepriem
Games and Scores
.,..,.. l Normondy ......,,... 2 Wellston ..
Normondy 3 Moplewood
2 Normondy .. , 3 U, City ,.,
Normondy,.,...,.,.2 Wellston ..
l Normandy ..i..i,...i l Moplewood
l Normondy ,.... O Cloyton , ,.
l Normondy . , O Kirkwood
Girls' Varsity Basketball Team
Top row: Miss Allan, W'eigel,i Steers, Hood, Whitwell, Nikels, Lybrook.
First ruzv: Vaughan, Kohnle, Hirst, Rrililms, Hess, Pueschel, Taylor.
The girls' basketball class teams had a very successful season this year. The
junior team came out with the best record, losing only one out ot seven games,
The results ot the games tor the tour teams were as follows:
Kirkwood rr....,..,,. T T Normandy T8 Clayton ..rrr.r....,.. 7 Normandy ......r.
Wellston ,...,.,...... T9 Normandy ........ Wellston . ...r..,..s.. T9 Normandy
Maplewood .,r..,., 22 Normandy Maplewood ,.,.,..,. ZT Normandy
Wellston .,....... 30 Normandy Wellston ....s......., 20 Normandy
Riverview ,.,,,...r,.. T0 Normandy Kirkwood .... .....,. T 9 Normandy
Ritenour ............, ZT Normandy Webster ...........,.. 45 Normandy
SOPHOMORE Ritenour .r.r....... Smbuolglormandy
Riverview .....,....., T 9 Normandy Wel lston .,....r,...... T7 Normandy
Wel lston .,.....,....
Webster ......r...,,r, 40 Normandy
Wellston ,....,,.r.r. 29 Normandy Riverview .r..,,..,..v Normandy
Clayton .......,.,... T5 Normandy Maplewood r..r.,.,. Normandy
U. City ...........,...., 26 Normandy Ritenour .....,...,.... Normandy
The varsity members were picked from the three upper class teams by the
coaches, Miss Allen and Miss Melcher, the captains, and the G. A. A, Board. The
varsity and tour reserves received letters in assembly.
Varsity and Positions
Forwards: Thelma Hess, Vera Hood, Blanche Steers, Marvel Weigel.
Guards: Mary L. Robbs lCaptainl, Garnet Whitwell, Marie Willems, Adele
The varsity played two very exciting games and came out victorious in both:
Riverview ...s....,. Zl Normandy ,,r.,. 22 Maplewood ...,..... 22 Normandy ........ 28
Girls' Varsity Volleyball Team
, ,. v.
Top mic: Schirr, Weigel, Hood, Whitwell, Steers.
F 5 row: Hirst, Hess, Kohnle, Taylor, Lyhrunk.
The volleyball season was an active one at Normandy this year even though
few games were played in interscholastic competition. The annual round-robin
tournament, which began the season, ended with Mary lane Duffner's team at the
top with four games won and none lost.
After the tournament, the class teams were chosen, These girls were the cap-
tains of the teams: Senior, Marvel
Schirr, Freshman, Sarah Anzalone.
Blanche Steers, Junior, Vera l-lood,
According to the usual system,
Miss Allen and Miss Clark, and the
Weigel, Junior, Audrey Daily, Sophomore, Virginia
As managers were chosen the following: Senior,
Sophomore, Esther Snofke.
the varsity members were chosen by the coaches,
class teams and managers. The varsity this year
had five seniors, five juniors and two sophomores as its members. They were awarded
letters in the general school assembly.
Because of the
Kirkwood ...,....., . 4
short volleyball season, only two games were played with other
Normandy .... . 28 Clayton ,,,, . 5 Normandy l7
Girls' Varsity Baseball Team
Top row: Schirr. Knhnle, Vlfhiiwvll, Steers, Yfillcms, Hood.
Fmnr mic: Hirst, Taylor, Lyhrimk, Hess, Vaughan, Heidepriem.
As the Saga goes to press the girls' baseball season is still in progress, Thus tar
in the season the class teams have all won one game and lost one game.
The Freshman girls lost once to Wellston but returned to defeat the same team
later. The Sophomore girls also lost to Wellston, then deteated the University City
Sophomores. The Junior girls won from Wellston, then lost to University City, The
Seniors lost to Wellston and won trom Kirkwood.
The varsity team will play at a baseball play-day on Thursday, May 20, They,
with the Freshman team, will play Jennings High School on June l.
Members of the Varsity Team
Pitchers: Hess, Schirr
First Basei' Taylor, Butherus
Second Basei Lybrook, l-load
Third Base: Kohnle, Daily
Shortstop: Steers, Whitwell
Lett Field: Hirst
Center Field: Vaughan
Right Field: lnleldepriem
Junior Varsity Basketball Team
Top row: Cult, I.. Ferguson, Heinrich, Fi-lilman, Sc-rut, Aussicki-r, Stn-urs, Pt-ikvr, Graf, Kettler, Slattery
First ww: Pcrvlval, B. BI. Ferguson. Pri:-glv, Boneau, ltyker, Wt-ntzvl, Cassens, Bushman, Williams, Cohn
This year tor the first time morning practice as well as atter school practice tor
iunior high basketball was started. Miss Clark coached the after school group and
Miss Edwards the morning aspirants: Each group had a varsity team:
Although it was ditticult to arrange games early in the morning, competition
was keen and several games were scheduled, The players who showed the most skill
in these games were chosen as membrs of the varsity.
The girls who played atter school arranged their games in a round-robin tourna-
ment. There were three teams, captained by Betty Jordan, Sarah 1Serot and LaVerne
Ferguson. Each team played the other teams three times, Sarah Serot's team won
the tournament by winning tive games out ot six.
Varsity After School
Captain: LaVerne Ferguson
Forwards: Sarah Serot, Annabelle Wentzel, Betty Mae Ferguson, Marie
Guards: Steers, Jeanne Boneau, Mary Feldman, Virginia Percival
Forwards: Lucille Priegel, Betty Cassens, Pauline Grat, Helen Bolling,
Guards: Iris Ryker, Betty Jordan, Ruth Bratton, Violet Meyers
Captain: Ruth Perker
Forwards: Dot Giebe, Dorothy Slattery, Maudel Williams
Guards: Bernice Kettler, Mae l-leinrichs, Betty Gelt '
Reserves: Roberta Cohn, Rosemary Bonstelle, Doris Werntz
Tap raw: Compton, Schrirk. llunlun. Cillnvr, Mn-llnluig. Hmnl. W4-mlling. Sl:-4-rs. Pungratz, Wulf. Yuunghuus, Coshuw,
Swculnl row: Herr, Kohnlv. Duilv. Svhirr. Svhnlk. G. Vslhilwvll. Holls1'l.m. Nikl-ls. Olwcrsvhr-lp. Divlrivll, Kimbrvl,
First row: Y. W'hitwc-ll. Hirst. Lylnrunk. Yauglxun. A. Kimbrel, Arwgnlomf, Dy:-url. Ste-nglv. H1-ss, 'l'zxylor, Puesclnrl,
T011 ruzr: G. Wlhilssn-ll. Culuptun. ll.mlon, YY:-ig:-l. llrfllxnig. Knoll. XY4-lnllixlg, llnml. Swors, l'mlg1xallz. Wlwlf. Buscllzlr
Daily. 514-11 fvl. IJ4-ilrE4-ll.
Svculnl mu: llululns. Hvim. X, Svllilr. Svlmlla. ll. Sclllrr. Xxlzalmmv, Ymlng,1l1.llls. ilillllvr, Xikf-ls. Ulu-rswlwlp. Dvsur
Sm-hrick. lurl. Nliss Allvn. ' '
First rum: Huffman, Snufkl-. Xauglmll. Kohnle. Hirst. N. Kimlvrcl, Plxvscln-l. lluss, Lylnrook, Taylor. Pointun. Y. W'lxit
well, Hcidvpricm, Meyers, Q. Kirubrcl.
Top row: Cult, Nikelsi Lanv, McCuaig, Hood, W4'nLlling, Aussiokvr, Wentzel, Slatu-ry, Miss Allen.
Third row: Olnrrsnlmelp, Compton, Feiner, Pnngrntz, Steers, Busmrharl, Weigel, Schrick, Hebrank.
Svcond row: Hass, D. Schirr, V. Suhirr, Whitwull, Amalonc. Duflnvr, Kimbrcl, Pninton, Purl.
First row: Hoffmann, Pucschel, Lybrook, Taylor, Holtsclaw, Kohnle, Hirst, Stengel, Vaughan, Heidepricm.
Top row: G. Whitwcll, Wcxinlling, Howl, McCuaig.
Third row: Schalk, D. Schirr, V. Schirr, Weigel, Sie-ers, Schoknecht, Meyer, Hvbrzmk, Gilmer. Dietrich.
Second row: Purl, Q. Kimlmrvl, Dysart. Hullsvlaw, Hentschvl. Buschart. Anzalnnrw, Pongratz. Schrick. Poinlon. Hoffmann.
First row: Heinlepriem. Hvss, A. Kimbrvl, Hirst, Stcngcl. Knhnle, Lybrouk, Vaughan, Tuttle, Taylor, V. Whitwell,
Tull rnir: Smith. l'i-ikvr, Zzlvlc. Dirlvrn, Stvcrs, Hivulli-. lliisi'lmx'l. Svgvlhursl. Wulf. Snmlhvrs.
First row: Huston, Brandenburg, Collin. lionvau, Vfcssult-, St-ml. Olwrmunn, Siwhiu-l'i-r, Scott, Duffy.
The object of the Leoders Club is to provide opportunities through which junior
high school girls moy develop the guolities of good leodership, Formerly the member-
ship vvos limited to the officers of the Junior G, A A ond girls elected by the gym
closses. This yeor the club vvos opened to ony girl who vvos interested in this field
The members were given procticol troining in the direction of vorious octivities
in the regulor gym Closses. ln order to retoin membership the girls in the group
must keep up their grode in gym work ond be willing to co-operote ot oll times with
the sponsor, Anyone foiling to meet the requirements moy be expelled by the
President ,.... .. ., ,uleonne Boneou
Vice-President.. T .,.. Beverly Shoeffer
Secretory ....., . .,......,..,, r.,... l-l orriet Lee
Treosurer ...... ..l,... M orcello Obermonn
Sponsor. .. . , , . Miss Edvvords
Anxious moments Schumacher hits the line
A barl day but a big victory Strike three!
"Nails" crossing the plate Broad-jumping
Bednarck wins his race Overcoming obstacles
The division thot follows is devoted to o
chronicling ot the efforts ond successes of
the vorious extro-curriculor groups in
which the students were interested. lt is
the sincere hope of the stott thot you will
not only enjoy now the octivities depicted
but will in the yeors to come delight in
reliving, with the help of this section, your
hoppy, protitoble yeors in Normondy, We
feel thot the pleosure you hove received
in school will be heightened immeosurobly
by this pictoriol retrocing ot your school
"lt this be error, ond upon rne proved,
l never writ, nor no mon ever loved."
lily 5 U-flux-11w
Top ruiv: Xlarknlf. Anislmuslin. lluislvr, Uni-ll:-r, Coulvs.
Tlzirrl row: L.1g1nln.1rsilln. Hiltlv. Patterson. Slum-llun. Si-lmiilckvr. Grass. Klum-. Walk
Svrnlxd mu: Hzlrlnspull. Herring. Hanlon. Nlvlluuig. Nlullvn. W'hilw4'll. Mull-r-nn. Koh l X111 H I
First fmt: Hunillin. Xlunzly, lfrluvs, l"1-imrr. 'l'4'iiiuit'. 1Jnc1'r, Bonvau. Allgvll.
This publication ot the Saga ditters somewhat from that ot
tormer years when the entire senior school had charge ot the book.
This year the juniors have taken over the honor and responsibility,
with the help and guidance, however, ot many tweltth grade
Editor-in-Chiet ..,.....i.,,..............,.........i...,...,.,,........ Charles Schmucker
George Patterson, Margaret Temme, Doris von Wehrden
Classes ...,.. .....,.,... O live Boneau
Athletics ,,..... ...... l-l enry Oetting
Activities .,,,.... ..,4..... B etty Mullen
Arts .............. ...,..,.. A lice Mundy
Features ....,..... .,.... B lanche Doerr
Literary Editor .........,,... .......... B etty Miller
Photography Editor ,..,.,........,.,., ,........,,...,.,............,.,... R ay Grass
Business Manager ......,,,.,,..,.....,... ....i.....,,,,.,s.......... L everett Russler
Assistant Business Managers .,.,..,.,..., Leslie Allen, Garnet Whitwell
Advertising Manager .......s....,...,. .....,.,.,...,........,..,.. C harles Shelton
Circulation Manager ,.............. ........,........,. W illiam MacMillan
Sponsors ,....,,.,.....,..............,.,...,.i..................... Miss Pitney, Mr. Hixson
Reporters, Solicitors, and Typists: Roy Rathhurn, Shelhy Adams,
Eugene Shafer, Buddy Markott, Forest Moors, Ered Adelman,
Bill Walker, Glen Schumacher, Patsy McCuaig, Adele Kohnle,
Virginia l-lanlon, Arthur Chazen, Lester Cowles, Emil Anish-
anslin, Conrad Mueller, Jean Angell, Marion Eeiner, Martha
Herring, Eanny l-landlin, Eayre Ermes, June l-lorstmeyer, Ruth
Langemann, Juanita Phipps, Pearl Sutton, Mary Louise McKay,
Pngr' Sf t
'lair y. yn:-i. .five-. iiii. 1. ,iii4. Sifliniiiwki-r. Wilwri. Curr-ara. Smith. Mueller.
k NIC th T C l Xll I' I l E
U gilt. Angvll. Piiiiitniii, 1.1-1-, lliiiiin. XI.iih. Milli-r-nn. Iiiirii-. 'Ii--ilil. Hiill-r-nik, Siilmtin.
ll 1. IJ IJ 1 lx l I. Km-lizznslin. ,Inliii-mi. l'i-i-mi-. Iziiiii-s, ll-ii'-iiiii-it-in Irivki-is-4-ii, Ili-wig. I4-pi-r. XI. Iiiml.
Increased service and a balanced budget were the aims and
accomplishments ot the Normandy Courier during the U36-'37
The increased service was partially accomplished by the enlarge-
ment ot the paper, which allowed one-third more space in which to
print additional class and activity news, The purpose ot enlarging
the paper was not to win or even enter any contest but to serve the
school. As a part ot its change in torniat this year, the Courier
changed its type ot headline.
lnstearl ot the assignment system, which was used in previous
years, the statt used the "beat" system, thereby covering the school
more thoroughly. Every request tor publicity at the high school and
among related organizations was taken care ot by the journalism
Eor the tourth time the Courier sent delegates to the National
Scholastic Press Convention, which was held at Detroit, lvlichigan,
this year, To pay tor the expense the stott sold 'mums the day
Editor , ...,.. . .,., . ...,.,..,, . A , , Blanche Doerr
Associate Editors ,. Madlyn Bewig, J, G, Lee, Mary Lind, Alice Mundy
Advertising lvlanager. . . .. Rubye June lvlcliee
Circulation Manager . .. . ..,, Bertha Anderson
Typist, , , . ,, i , .. .Adele Kohnle
Cartoonist. it .. .. ,. Walter Smith
Sponsor. , Mrs, Holbrook
lligii 5 t
Senlor Student Council
Third rmu: S. Adams. Weldon. Kr-ssl:-r. Drnstv, Miss Hasner. Zbaren. Russl NI t G
Second rmr: Wiisfiiliik. Exans. Brooks. Yuhsvn. Mullen. Murphv. Si-hniiltril. A tk
F1'r5lrr7ii': llirrring. lTii'lrii'l1. Ti-inniv. Kiihnli-. Kuilil. Putnam. Hur-liiii-yirr. Bl I
The Senior Student Council hos been in existence tor tourteen
yeors, ond during these yeors it hos done o greot deol to oid the
school, os well os the district in generol, Under the oble leodership
ot Miss Hosner, o new sponsor, it hos token on octiye port os the
ruling body ot Normondy this yeor,
The Student Council, os usuol, sold pencils ond pennonts ond
directed the distribution ot the Christnnos boskets. It supervised
closs elections ond ossisted in mony woys in the snnooth functioning
ot the school ond its government, Through its cillotment ot the
octiyity tund, the council presented tour lyceum progrornsi Mr,
Montogue ot the Royol Northwest Mounted Police presented on
interesting story ot the Arctic wosteg J, Fronklin Coyney gove on
illustroted lecture on modern ort ond sculptureg l-lorry C, White,
formerly connected with the Edison loborotories, spoke on the history
ot lightg ond lylr. Beilhorz entertoined with chorocter sketches, The
Student Council provided the student body with nnony educotionol
ossembly progroms throughout the yeor.
President ...... T Leverett Russler
Secretory .......,i.i i,...i Betty Mullen
Typing Secretoryc. . .,,i . Adele Kohnle
Treosurer .....,.i.. , . .. Stonley Kessler
P g iyri-ight
Junior Student COUHC11
Top mu, Kahl Boatwright, Haeflcr. Brantley, Spf-nrrr-r, Garrlnf-r, Taylor.
Third mu Kirchner, Wessale, Math, Barbour, Muriy, Lueking, Smith, Davissiin, Miss Kahl.
9601111 I 14 Wcblv, Christman, Mvisi-. Snyder, Zimmerman. Huston. Foster. Hvis. Gonlily, Wright.
r L s nun. Lic-sv. Paynv, Nli'Clintun. Ivlili-rlz. Milli-r. liiigli-y, Chas'-. Po-rriizll.
The Junior Student Council, now in its tourth veor ot activity,
is one ot the most important organizations ot the Junior School.
To it goes the credit ot an etticient student government over the
junior students. Under its jurisdiction the campus and the cateteria
have been kept clean and orderlv, During the year it has encour-
aged clean sportsmanship and enthusiastic cheering at all the
athletic events, In co-operation with the Senior Student Council
it has sponsored halt ot the student dances given once a month
after school and has assisted in the presentation ot the tour Lyceum
The success ot these undertakings was the result ot the splendid
co-operation which Miss Kohl, the sponsor, received from the otti-
cers ond the members ot the Council.
President ...,,.. . ...... Billy Gardner
Vice-President ...... .....,. L ois Wessale
Secretary ,,,,. Delores Kirchner
Treasurer ...... ..,,.. J ames Boatvvright
Page Seri-lily nm
Senior Corridor Cfficers
Third mir: 0. Kloeckener. Hirsrh. Grrmp. Patterson. Cook. Miss Salt
Sr-wmrl mu: Hume. Cm-h. M. Klum-4-krrxwr. Russlvr. Thomysiin. Marte
I 1 Rl YY ll Nl ll I- l h I
'irx nm: 'irurz. Ti ixmis, uv 1-r. 'urn-r. Sr l1nizn'u'r.
The Senior Corridor Force, which has been in existence since
the year tollovving the inception ot the school, tunctions as the
traltic sauad ot Normandy, The duties at the members are very
simpleeto see that the pupils adhere to rules and regulations gov-
erning the tlovv ot students in certain directions at various times ot
the day, They are also charged with the responsibility ot maintain-
ing order in the halls and in the assemblies, to which they have
The requirements tor membership are that the candidate be
vvell liked, have average grades, and be dependable, When vacan-
cies occur, replacements are made by the voting ot the members.
The organization, mast capably supervised by Miss Saltzman,
met on Monday during the homeroom period.
Captain .,r......,.r.. ...i,., .,.........,..,.,..i.. O r ville Kloeckener
First Floor Lieutenantr. .... .. ,. l-larold l-lirsch
Second Floor Lieutenant i.,... ...Billy Williams
Third Floor Lieutenant .....,..i,..,..,.. ...,. L ouis Gremp
Vocational Building Lieutenant ....... .... Bob Cook
Junior Corridor Force
T p G vlman, Archvr. Krattli, Gross. Cheary, Grivsrlivrk. Hvsle, Siler. Darby, Srherf.
S d Xlr. Hawkins. Us-llis. Lane. Swyvrs. Provost. Nvuglr-s. Chapman. Hoi-nig, Wualkrrr.
I 2 D tscv, Mucllvr, Wvullvrs. Klfnv, Sliulilard, Svhwn-nk. Foril.
To become o member of the Junior Force o boy must be depend-
oble, populor, o good scholor, ond outstonding in oll respects, os
the orgonizotion hos definite responsibilities,
It endeoyors to estoblish ond mointoin order during possing
periods in the Junior ond Vocotionol buildingsy to direct troffic to
ond from ossembliesg to oid the teocher in chorge of the Auditorium
during lunch periodsg to ossist yisitorsg to see thot no one loiters in
the holls ofter 8f2O o. mg ond, of course, to develop within the
student body the desire to co-operote with fellow students ond
outhorities in the mointenonce of desiroble sociol conditions,
Through their courtesy ond orgonizing obility members hoye won
the loyol support of the student body, os well os thot of the foculty.
This orgonizotion is under the copoble ond successful leodership
of lylr, l-lowkins.
Coptoin ...............,...,,....i.. ......,u l-l enry Provost
First Floor Lieutenont .....i.,,. ,i.... C orter Chopmon
Second Floor Lieutenant r,.i..... .i.i.. Dick Wolker
Third Floor Lieutenont ...,.i...,...,..,i,r,,... Otto Swyers, Jr.
Vocotionol Building Lieutenont ,. ,Q ., .. ..i.., Bob lylellis
Sen1or Honor Society
Trip mu-: Nlr. Bergmann. Ailarns, Grimm. Thuston, Koch. lxlin-i-ki-ni-r.
Third mir: Wivsvr. Anishanslin, Ninth. Si-hmuckvr. Mann. Xluvllvr.
Scrum! mir: Si-hrick, Angell. Knhnli-. Bi-wig, Mullvn, Milli-r. Phipps. B
First mir: Dm-rr, Vaughan, Piingrutz. .-Xnilvrsiin. 0'Dnniiglmi'. Eriiwe, XI lx L
The highest honor that a student of Normandy may receive is
election to the Normandy Senior Honor Society, a branch of the
National Honor Society. Members of the Honor Society, who are
chosen from the eleventh and twelfth grades, must have excelled in
scholarship, citizenship and activities, A definite number of points
is allowed for each section of school life and a student must have
a total of one hundred before he is eligible for membership.
The organization this year was under the capable supervision of
Mr. Walter Bergmann, Four members, elected in June, l936, are
the present officersi
President .....i...,. .,i.. O rville Kloeckener
Vice-President i.i.. ...,.i,....... O live Boneau
Secretary ...,,c..... ........ B ertha Anderson
Treasurer ,.,c..,..,......,.........,.,..,...,....,.......,,.... Jean Angell
ln January, l937, thirteen seniors were elected to membershipi
Shelby Adams Betty Miller
Fayre Ermes Betty Mullen
Emil Anishanslin Conrad Mueller
Adele Kohnle Vera Link
Nathan Koch Julia Pongratz
Rubye June McKee Billy Wieser
ln May, l937, ten more seniors were admitted:
Madlyn Bewig Lorraine O'Donoghue Charles Schmuclcer
Blanche Doerr Juanita Phipps Warren Thuston
Leonard Grimm Catherine Shricla Audrey Vaughan
Junior Honor Soclety
Tuff mu, C. Xliillinliin. Lislvr. Bushman. Small,
nun. Smith. Hi-rring. Buwhzlrt. Slvinwl. Pop:-r. Wlilf. Bvlklmp. J. 5Ii'CIinliin.
, .Y.Y . . .
.Sirirlzil rim. Nlmlk. Aitkvn. Hvlirunk. Suhoklii-rlmt. Hitch:-jf, Kiri-hnvr. Math. llivtrirh.
Fin! mu Nlivirs, W'hitwl'll. luintull. Wvssulv. Wm-nlzvl, hluttwry, Llvsc. Hulwli.
The Junior l-lonor Society, under the leadership ot Mrs. Anita
Keaney, is one ot the outstanding organizations at the school, To
be admitted a student must have one hundred points, which must
be secured in scholarship, citizenship and activities. ln citizenship
the student receives points tor being elected class otticer and best
citizen. Scholarship requires a student to have "A" or "B" grades
in a subject in order to earn points, In activities one may be on
any class team or varsity, in the operetta or in other school
February B-l2 was Junior Honor Society Week, during which
each homeroom was addressed by a Junior Society student and an
assembly program was given. ln the assembly seven new members
For the coming year the Junior l-lonor Society has inaugurated
a new program, which consists ot the following: l-lonor Society
members will make new students welcome at Normandy, l-lonor
Society members will help poor students in their studies, and the
l-lonor Society will sponsor an l-lonor Society Week.
Members from 1935:
Anna Jane l-lottman, Ivan Kinder, Ruth Langeman, Warren
Smith, Margie Stiemal.
Members from 1936:
Ethelmae Aitken, Betty Jo Belknap, Marjory Bowman, Dick Bush-
man, Billy Cord, Anna Mae Dietrich, Beverly French, Harold Fox,
Martha l-lerring, Betty Liese, Jack Lister, Edward Martin, Clittord
Martin, Bernice Peper, Jennie Mae Schalk, J. C. Scott.
Members from 1937 :
Delores Kirchner, Lois Wessale, Anna Mae Meyers, Betty Math,
Anna Bell Wentzel, Doris Schoknecht, Lucille l-lebrank.
Third row: Mr. Christian. Svlmulr-ker. Wissman, Cari-aim, Provost. Arthur, Mann, Ich!
Second rmv: C04-h. Anishanslin, Russlvr. llarkoff, Plummi-r. Smith, Mui-ller, Oellingz, B
Firxt row: Math, Adams, Curpumcr, Cowles.
The l-li-Y movement tor boys, which is widespread throughout
the United States and other parts ot the world, has at Normandy
l-ligh School one ot the oldest chapters in the state, organized and
tor some years actively led by lvlr, Green, whose continued interest
has been a steady inspiration during the past years.
Semi-monthly meetings, at which varied activities were planned,
were held on Monday nights, The Facultyfl-li-Y basketball game,
again a feature, resulted in a 28 to 24 victory tor the l-li-Y. The
club, as usual, sponsored the annual banquet tor the fathers and
sons ot the school, Among other activities were dances, Wiener
roasts and swimming parties.
The membership list is a cross section ot school lite: the roll is
composed of boys prominent in academic work, in the Student Coun-
cil, in athletics and in the various cultural activities ot the school.
Any boy in the upper two years ot the senior school is welcome to
join, l-le is initiated into the organization in a solemn, idealistic
and religious ceremony, the only requirement being that he follow
the aim ot the l-li-Y ee to create, extend and maintain the high
standard ot Christian living throughout the school and community.
. Edward Carpenter
.. , .. .. Mr. Christian
President .....,...., ,.......,.........
S l H Nliss llvixvixilml, Turn:-r. Hi-lu-rink. lximli. Maris. W. Us-Kay, Mullen, Ili-iillantl.
1 r B , iiriyi.-, Tutti.-. img- xi. L. xi.-My Klilli-r, N..ii,.iii.
Although the students who assist in the office are not organized
into a regular club, they represent one of the most Worthwhile
groups on the campus. The office Work is really a subject which
replaces gym and its alternate,
Miss Delyenthal, who is in charge of the worlc, selects from the
large number of applicants those students who have the attributes
necessary to successful office work, Among the qualifications are
dependability, scholarship, personality and the ability to meet peo-
ple, Although a commercial course is not essential, it is helpful
to the student.
The students who are fortunate enough to be selected are
trained in actual office practice and are brought in contact with
eyeryday problems of the business office, Their training includes
such tasks as filing, learning to receive messages and send out
calls for business purposes and meeting people properly. These
tasks all tend to aid the students' self-assurance in business mat-
ters. Abundant opportunity is given for pupils' responses to typical
Ballroom Dancing Club
Twp rnzv: Shuvfvr. llni-rr. J. Hn-islvr. B. H1-islcr. H1-rring. A. Curvugu. E. Vfilsuu. Ru crm! llln Crmnlwmn
Drains. Xlullmim-, Curvy. Hishup. Gnlnlstr-ln. YV. Slzmlii-lil. XY. Koch. Colvnum. u L
Exams. Irhlcrlz. 5pin'lu'rnzu1. Srthililknecht. Bznllnzm. Olson. lf. Xlr'Clur1'.
Tlrirfl ruzr: ,lm-rwling. H. Nluvllvr, Carroll. Gullnr. Karr. Kr:-ir-nkulnp. WY. Smith. Cmltluril 0 W l r ll lrrx Iuw
Nussier. llulil. lla-nlm-hr-l. H. Str-1-rs, Kuolr. E. Linil. llli-llunulrl, Zumlrehl, Mr:Briilv Lnr Ln H virrel Lreu ru
Svrrzrxrl mtv: Marr:-1, Rulxrnlu-rg. Irh-irllaml, Yinyurtl. Krnhn. Quinn, Cnshow, E. Jnm-5. Srlnmll Du u r
Durphy. Lurumin-, Gr-nu. Mugnvr, Lung. Guan-glla, Millvr, Czluslunil. W. von W'uln'4 rn Shuml Rani-4 N
Hilxbeelvr. Giltnm-r. Sn-hulk. lllougin. Mr. Christian.
Firxl mrv: Wfilhvlm. Klein. H. Hush. Aitkvn, A. Bcnnjsl, A. lit-lmisl, Havking. Wlzlch. Mirhx l I Lg, lrmm rmzm Santl
meg. Bn-lit-rm-yt-r. Hugh:-s. NI. Bush, Hurling, Linrl, Ummm-it-r. Purdom. Grunvr. I 4 I vrr Our
wha-lp. D. l.un1-. lllulzumx. Svhrlrk.
The ever-increasing popularity of the Ballroom Dancing Club
was auite evident in this, the fourth year of its existence. From an
advance enrollment of one hundred and eighty, the one hundred and
thirty members finally allowed to remain were composed mainly of
the tenth grade pupils or those upper classmen who had had little
or no experience in dancing.
The members learned the bases of all ballroom dancing, com-
posed of a few separate "steps,f' of which many combinations are
possible, After the member has learned thoroughly the essentials
of dancing, he is able to perform any new form of the dance from
his knowledge of the combinations. During the year several program
dances and parties were given, to the enthusiastic pleasure of the
Lorraine O'Donoghue again provided the fine music necessary
for the success of the club.
President -- "Chief l-leap Big Rhythm' '... ..,. L ester Cowles
Vice-President "Big Rhythm" .,., .,.., U na l-leidland
Secretary e "Rhythrnnia ",. ....... ...,. G e orge Goller
Treasurer f "Little Rhythm" .,.. ...., B ill Stanfield
Sponsor . .. .... ..,.,.,...,,...,,,. r , , Mr. Christian
1 , ii i xii.-i.. iiiirrim. im. 1..-.-. wright. 1i..h.-.-ly. Still--.
s 1 i V.-,iii-if. xiiinr.-, ciiii.-V. ni.,-ns, R. si.-gi-. s.-in-ii.-ti.-.-. 1-. viiaiiii.. Klan. s.-iiiiiink.-r.
Ii iii,, xi Riii ii xi thi isis xic fl
ii-, lainie. an iiurn. ,ini ere. ann. l ris ensvn. I. .' vw. . r. ,raw on .
The Chanticleers, under the able leadership ot Mr, Hadley
Cravvtord, is a very recent club composed ot boys who are musi-
cally inclined and chietly interested in popular and semi-popular
The members have learned many numbers, some ot which they
have arranged tor special group singing, putting particular stress
on trio and auartet arrangements, They have entertained at assem-
blres and small private gatherings,
A group which has been ot especial delight to assembly audi-
ences and dances is the quartet or "Swingtet" composed of Ralph
Linders, Shelby Adams, Roy Rathburn and l-lenry Mohr, They have
developed a singing techniaue entirely their own.
Not to be forgotten is Juanita Phipps, vvho was the excellent
piano accompanist behind the ettorts ot all the boys.
First Semester Second Semester
Leslie Allen ,, President, .,., ., Shelby Adams
l-larold Foxu. .,.. Vice-President ....... , ,,.,.,.., Earl Stege
Ralph Linders ,, .Secretary . . .,..,,,. Ralph Linders
Henry Mohr l ,. Treasurer , , , ,. Warren Mann
Harold Flood . . Librarian ,,,, ,,,,, A rthur Christensen
Top mu: YVeiiInr-r, Krm-nli-in. Hiiuiphruys. Wlibus.
hS I-151 'NIL
S1'1'ul1zllvm': L. Wcnillilig, J. Xxvnilling. Xvvwllu Brno S, oxvr y. ulximin-,
'im mu: 'mrnz-r, Thiimisiin. Fit-im i, Fink. R. Smit , imun, 'uric-r. faint :-
I f L p i 5
The Chemistry Club has proved again this year to be one of the
most interesting and active organizations in Normandy It has pro-
vided for various projects which were in every case determined by the
interests of the members. One project this year was the making of
placards and other illustrations to facilitate study. Some of the
members took advantage of their access to the eauipment to com-
plete their laboratory experiments for the regular chemistry course.
Under the direction of lvliss Long, Charles Cech, one of the
student members, undertook to discover a metal which would not
corrode in the presence of antifreeze, By making an electric furnace
of his ovvn, Cech manufactured this new alloy which would not cor-
rode and was at the same time light, thus advancing another step
toward the prevention of airplane crashes. This is only an example
of the work that goes on in the Chemistry Club period.
Thus the Chemistry Club provides an interesting opportunity for
ambitious young scientists to carry out their ideas in chemistry.
President ....... ,..... r.....i ..,., ..,,..... C h a r les Cech
Secretary and Treasurer .c..., .c,r,,.., J ohn Simon
Sponsor ,...,.,,...... ..., r...,i.,i.. ........ M i s s Long
Ping Pong Club
l 1 XI J l in. lliillirook. Frivlw. Hvilxxmxi. Yiiiiiigglizuis. Xlullvru. Wzigili-1', Hurvli. llviixi. Horgcll.
I 1 I7 B vli-, 1'i'nn. Burg--. 1.4-y, H.iumfm Curtis, Wittich.
This year, under the sponsorship of lvliss Johanson, the Ping Pong
Club adopted the tournament plan of operation. After spending
the first few weeks in a study of technique and practice, the mem-
bers began tournament play, Teams were chosen, and the games
were played each week during the regular actiyity period.
Neyer out of first place, Georgia lnleilman and Florence Wittich
ended the contest with a perfect record of eleven games won and
none lost. Shirley Curtis and .lune Compton, who were defeated only
by the champions, finished in second place with ten games won and
one lost, June l-leim and Theresa Burch finished in third place with
eight won and three lost.
During the spring season some of the girls played tennis, but
many of them continued with ping pong.
President .,.,....., . ..,............ ...,,. E leanor Ley
Viceepresident ....,. Ruth Bauman
Secretary i ,,.,. . .... Theresa Burch
Treasurer ..,,,., .,,,., B etty Holbrook
Semor Museum Club
Lili mir: tjnimv. llnlluuuy. ,lun'k. hull. Day. Znhringtfr. NYM'-lllzull. Kolxrulnn-l. B tl H k
Siwnml Inn: Nhnlkt-r'. .lout-s. S4-sslvr. Kuhl. Fagan. l'lulnm1-r. I.ngmn4n'silm.
I-'nv rim: Ilnlu-rlx, l":n'mn-r. um Wi-lurde-n. Lui-ku-, Kiuilurn-l. Dy-uu'l, Mr. Shay.
This yeor the Senior Museum Club mode up on entirely different
orgonizotion ll wos divided into five mojor groups, eoch student
working in the one neorest to his own interests. The first is the
Qrnitholog-y dixision, whose purpose it wos to study birds, moinly by
obsenotion, Secontl is the Botony division, its purpose being the
study of flowers, using the Noture Troll os o rnoin guide. The third
division is Zoology the study of onimolsg knowledge in this group
is goined through field trips ond surveys. Fourth is the Visuol Edu-
cotion division, on unusuol group used in work on films ond pro-
iectors The lost division is Toxidermy work, This group prepored
exhibits for the rnuseuni, moinly through their own mountings.
As o whole, oll ciixiisions worked together to help mointoin the
school museum ond the Noture Troil,
President , ,.,...,,..... .,... W olter Wissmon
Secretory .,... Eugene Plummer
Qponsor i ,,.... ..... M r. Shoy
Junior Museum Club
I 1 r kaiwtiriii, xxiitr....r.r.... iriiwit, xtrr.-urvri. xxiirrit., teiiur.. i:,i.i.s,rtrii.
ltr Xlittrlitt itiiritttiix
i.- r-, l.itsi.ixs. iii-x. it-it 1.-X, Lrmx, ..i .
Members ot the iunior museum ttub hoxfe mont interests ond
tor this reoson etub oetittties ore toned XX eosuot tisitor might tind
windows dorkened onn u mowing trttture being enioyedg or smott
groups ot students rhight be wortgtng ot ditterent oettvities in the
museum or in the biotog, tuborofory these oetitities irtetude inves-
tigotiohs rtiode with the htftir ot t7TtCVOSCOtDGSQ hunting through books
tor intormotion concerning some topic which hos Come up tor dis-
cussions motamg eotteetions ot rocks, seeds, ond other obieetsg study-
ing some onimol which hos been brought in tor obsertotion.
This yeor other Clubs hove met with the iunior museum Club ot
tforrous times ond enioted streetot sound pictures with its members.
'there hoxe been tietd triyrs in the sehoot noture trout, too, Atl mem-
bers hove stuttieti the exhibits in the museum which members ot
the senior museum etub have Contributed.
tn short! this etub giues tumor high sehoot students o ehonee
to meet in the 'fIob" otmusinhere ot the sertior high sehoot! where
they will ott soon be studying tt might be thought ot os o Connect-
ing tink between tumor und sentor snttgnee otntositheres
President , .. Rotph Wtttiorttson
Secretory ttennet Usinger
Stmonsor Mr, Shot
lim- Rim-rt it
Trip run: Wuisegvrwr, ienu J, 1 iss uc , 'vs uv:-r, '.umi-r.
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.H-1-mi mir: ichler. Lumelius, Walsh, Whilwm-ll, Ms-Cuaig. Hi-nlschcl F 1 l
Fixx! mtv: lluydcn, Tucker, Buellnvr, Schlvir, I-'ishm-r, Tuilnl.
Click! Clackl Clickl Clackl The new Royals in Room 209V
have had tew idle minutes during the Wednesday club periods.
Ambitious typists vvho Wish to gain speed and accuracy and pupils
who teel the need ot an extra hour to supplement their regular
class period are busily engaged in typing various assignments,
Opportunity tor typing themes, outlines, and work in other
classes is given members ot the clubs "Rush work" tor various school
activities is treauently typed during this period.
Next year we plan to alternate a program ot definite projects
with the scheme We tollovved tor this year's club periods, Pupils
enrolled in either advanced or beginning typevvriting classes will
be eligible tor membership in the club.
President i..i... ..i..,.......,.. i,.,,.,. A l ice Johnson
Secretary ....,.. ..i...... J ayne Lumelius
Sponsor ..,.... ...i....... lvl iss Beck
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Senior Shorthand Club
T p ow: Pongratz, Zwicke, Barr, Crier. Mrs. Babb.
row: Williams, Knoll, Smeehuyzi-n, B:-renter, Vaughan, Buthcrus.
The purpose ot the Senior Shorthond Club moy be divided into
two ports. First, it wos orgonized for the purpose ot helping pupils
to ocquire o better knowledge of business methods ond hos olreody
proved very helptul to boys ond girls who wish to become stenog-
rophers ond secretories. They reolize the need for this odditionol
troining becouse in their professions they must do the best ot work.
Second, the purpose ot the club is to test the obility ot the students
by hoving them work tor the Gregg owords, which ore recognized
os high honors for high school students. The tests ore put ot o
speed ronging from sixty to one hundred ond twenty words per
The members ot the club feel thot they hove in lorge meosures
ottoined both their objectives ond hove tultilled their oims.
President .,....,... .. i...s..,.. Normo Knoll
Vice-President ....... ..s....... R uth Zwicke
Secretory .,,i..,.s ....,.,. E velyn Willioms
Sponsor ....,..., ..,.......... M rs. Bobb
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lunior Girls' Tumbling Club
Top four: Kersling, Buffuril, Fnslrir, Taylurl Plan-gvr. D. Sohaerzcl. Brilling, Armstrong, Metz. Sluuthcrs Y t
Second ww: F. Culilz-r, Kullemuu, Bnnsu-ll, Wm-rntx. Roach, Bates, Banistur, Celt, Doyle, Miss Clark
First rnzv: Clark. lllcCnnc0, Snynlvr, Newell, Sulxvililv. N. Schzmizvl, H. Gzllrlvr, Slzhivfvrlc.
The Junior Girls' Tumbling Club spends most ot its time proc-
ticing single ond double group stunts, These lithe, limber girls
orronge mony stunts tor the lvloy Pete,
The most interesting ot the group is the "ton pyromidf' which
is the hordest in the pyrornid group, It requires trom ten to twelve
girls to enoct this speciolty ond is very ettective.
The "flying eogle" is considered the most intricote ot the double
stunts It is performed by hoving one girl lie tlot on her hock,
lsoloncing the second girl on her uplitted teet.
The girls ore very proud ot their occomplishments ond expect
to reoch even greoter heights in the neor tuture.
President i.t,....... ....t..i.....,. ,....,.... B e tty Gelt
Vice-President ..t......... i,... F ronces Foster
Secretory-Treosurer ....... .t,... I. ulo Buttord
Sponsor ....i.................. ,..,.. lvl iss Clork
Seventh and Eighth Grade Sport Club
I 1 W ks. Stvwurl. F4-lilnmn. Turnrui-. Si'hluii:u'l11'r. Roger'-. Shui i. Xlvllinni-. Hamilliiii.
Ferguson, Irhlvrtz, Dains, Murmrr-rr. Ir'r-igiisrrxi. Bischoff. Gnu. NXilliruii-, Girlie,
The Seventh ond Eighth Grode Sport Club, vvith Miss lvlelcher
os sponsor, is cornposed ot girls whose chiet extro-curriculor interest
is sports Lost yeor the club vvos only o seventh grode orgonigotion,
but this yeor the eighth grode vvos included lt oirns to give the
girls odditionol proctice in ony sport tor vvhich they moy express o
The only cornpetition this club hod vvos thot with the Ninth
Grode Sport Club, with vvhich they hod trock reloys ond gonies in
the rnoior sports, In the winter they ployed ping pong every other
week ond vvhen the vveother vvos pod in the springg on good doys they
ployed outdoor sports, The vorious sports thot the rnernpers took
port in included speedpoll, boslsetlsoll, volleytnoll ond hoseholl
The members were divided into two groups, trorn which were
chosen teoms in the vorious sports. The coptoins ot the groups vvere
lvlorie Aussieker ond Lo Verne Ferguson
lumor Art Club
Top row: Miss McCloud, Martin, Brattrm, Jackson, Morton, Thies, J. Bello, Sch ll NI phy W
First row: J. Smith, E. Smith, Dunn. Shafer, Powell, E. Brillo, lllillitr, Bunting, H ll F l h
The aim ot the Junior Art Club is to give each student a chance
to develop any phase at art in which he may be particularly inter-
The members, according to Miss McCloud, the supervisor, were
an exceptionally enthusiastic group this year and she was greatly
pleased with their co-operative spirit.
During the tirst semester sculpturing, soap carving and clay
modeling were the projects most generally undertaken. The second
semester the club worked on marionettesi Miss McCloud has plans
for the club to sponsor a marionette show early next tall,
Although they have done practically no painting or sketching
in the club this year, the members have accomplished much and
are well pleased with their achievements.
President ......... ,....i.,....,,.,... .,.i.i. G a il Schmool
Secretary ....,,. ...... E velyn Bello
Treasurer .i...., ,.,,...... J udith Bello
Sponsor ,.,.,.i, .,,..., M iss McCloud
Junior Dramatic Club
T p Y l H G uenewalil, Honerkamp, Duggan. Chazen. Mentz, Kneppcr, Schapcr, Furber.
l C Courtney. Miller, Cruce. lleyvr. Green. Graves, Jorrlan. Hvinrick. Kohlbon.
k K l Meyers, flluilil, Bonstell, Hemnir-rl:-. Slavk. De-xheimer. Edwards. Krausnick. Miller. W'1rrnlz,
The sponsors and members ot the Junior Dramatic Club, ot
which there were two groups, both very popular, teel that they have
accomplished something this years
The tirst major pertormance at the combined clubs was a Christ-
mas pageant, "The Holy Grail," which was presented to the school
On May i5 each group enacted a one-act play. The tirst divi-
sion gave a comedy, "Cooks and Kings," in which the major parts
were taken by Mary Slack, Dorothy Ann Furber, Gene Meyer and
Ruth Trueblood. Each member in this group submitted a design tor
the costumes and the set, The other group presented a play, enti-
tled "There's One in Every Family," in which the leading role was
enacted by Otto l-l, Swyers, Jr.
President... .. ....... Jane Chaudet
Secretary ,,.,,,.,.,. ,,., . .. . ,,.,.,. ,i,., ,,,. ,.,,...... G e n e Meyer
Sponsor - Miss Schmucker
President ...,..... ,. ,,.,,., ,,,Arline Knepper
Secretary ...i..,.,,...u.,,.....,..,.....,...., .Sarah Mae Hudson
Sponsor ---- Miss Underwood
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Recreational Reading Club
Top row: Smith, Yettcr, Gorman, Schmidt, Yates, Meckfessel, Bauer, Hardy, H
Second row: Clarkson, Phipps, Linders, Klinkcrfuss, Meyer, Schumacher, Wilson W lk
First mic: Km-nan, Br,-ll, Dysnrt, Wfiss, Wfinkler, LaLorie. Smothcrs, Schirr, Hul l
The Recreational Reading Club, under the supervision at Miss
l-lurd, librarian, is one at the most popular organizations in the
school. The aim is not only to acquaint the members with the
ditterent authors and the various types ot literature, but to teach
them to read tor the education and enjoyment that can be secured
from good books.
This club consists ot torty-eight boys and girls from the Junior
High School, These students are at liberty to read what books they
wish or to study during this period. Although this type at recrea-
tion might not appeal to the more active and athletic person, it
spells ideal club periods tor the more guiet and studious pupil. This
probably accounts tor the club's large membership and tor the
enthusiasm ot its members.
Secreta ry ..,..... ......i...,.r..,........., D orothy Keenan
Sponsor .......i ,.,..,.,.,. M iss l-lurd
mg, Bauer, Schmoll, Houlle, Miss Edwards, Steers, Schapvr, Maltcrn, Fvldruan, Vfcssalrr.
gnr, Meyers, Bushman, Powell, Robertson, Brineau, Chapman, Percival.
Troop Normandy l is divided into two groups, one patrol ot the
younger girls and the other ot the older girls, This troop has been
reorganized since Christmas. Although it is under the skilltul
supervision ot lvliss Edwards, Miss Liddle, who tormerlv had the
troop, still takes a great interest in it.
The troop's chiet concern naturally lies in an outside program,
because one ot the chiet things a Girl Scout learns is how to live in
the open and have a good time there.
On April 30 the scouts had a supper meeting at the Little l-louse,
the Girl Scout l-leadguarters in St. Louisa The girls passed many
tests and cooked and served a delicious supper, Games afterwards
were quite exciting.
There is every evidence that the members ot Troop Normandy l
have gained a great deal this year in both tun and knowledge.
Patrol Leaders ..... ...... B ettv Bushman, Lois Wessale
Secretary ....r,s,.., ...,........,sss. ..i......, V i rginia Powell
Treosurer ...,... ....... J eanne Boneau
Sponsor ,...u.... ....s lvl iss Edwards
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Mr. Shouse in his office Getting out fha rlagfs Q717'l!J'IllIf'f?'I?I,t'?'l'1fS
Mrs, Holm cllfwks the days program UPU!" 1'alf1:1'i11g Imlvzvrmi 1'if'tin1,s
Stand up straight and smile C'fzv1fIirlr1frf.v for Vrzlmllivlff Qll!?f?7I
Ufmriez' p'ubIic'ation day Tim noon ruxh for iw f'2'f'flH1,
Page Om- Ilumlrml
TZIP QIIGCH and hw' v.w'm'f flIJ1H'U1lC'lI Thr, Valar! of lllw Saga Que
, HH' '4l""""' , Urnzfvxffzzzfs at ease
Lllllwymzzr' wl11'111,asls , , ,
'Ihc baga grows
Onv, Iwo. fllrefz step!
Sclzad and his girls Can they be moles?
llngp- H114 Huruizwl H114-
St. Pat's Queen
Most Popular Boy
Sago Queen and Maid of Honor
The Queen ot the Saga is always chosen
by the students trom among the senior girls
as the most popular girl, The audiences
assembled on Friday, lvlay l4, were enthusi-
astic in their reception ot Olive Boneau as
their new queen, The coronation ceremony
was short but dignified and beautiful. For
the pleasure ot the queen the Girls' Athletic
Department presented a tlower dance by the
most outstanding senior girls and a Maypole
The Queen throughout was attended by
girls and boys elected by their various classes,
The Maid ot l-lonor to the Saga Queen was
elected by the entire school from the ninth
grade Lois Wessale was selected as the
most popular girl trom that class. Seated at
the lett ot the Queen and across from the
retiring Queen, she showed, by her grace and
loyeliness, that the choice ot her had not
been an idle one
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OLIVE BONEAU, Queen
LOIS WESSALE, Maid of Honor
ln the division to follow we have this
year combined music and dramatics, Suc-
cess in music has of course been more
noticeable because at the triumphs in con-
tests, at which there have been many, The
directors have had several groups in vocal
and instrumental from which they were
able to select the proper personnel for fine
organizations, as is proved by their ratings
and achievements this year,
Success in dramatics has been reached
this year, also, The groups working on
the stage presented two general school
plays and a senior class play, all at which
were well executed, as attested by large
and interested audiences.
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lim' Uuf' Null-ilwl N-sm:
Senior Girls Gilee Club
lfiiinlli mir: Cassi-ns. 0'l7iimiglnu-. Ii:-ll. llliklicli, WL-nm-l.
Tliilxl ruir: Anilvrsnn. Biggs. ll. IH-pm. K4'x1n1'ily, Siilmiiii. ll:-lkuup.
Swvurifl mir: Ermes. Angvll. 'l'wi-lki-inii'r. Nlunily. l"l4'i'r. 'l'rui-liluml. Krulm.
fin! rulr: Hnffniun. Plxtnuui. 'l'4-ilil. llir-I. 'l'ynvx'. YYisl1uulf. link. 'l'u3liv1'.
The Senior Girls' Glee Club is a very popular organization ot twenty-four
selected members, who meet regularly during the tirst hour on Tuesdays and Thurs-
This group has won tirst place in the Greater St. Louis Music Festival tor the
past tvvo years.
Two at the highest honors at the school were invitations to sing in a program
tor the County Teachers' Convention, held at University City Auditorium, and again
tor the P, T, A Council convention at Normandy High School Auditorium.
The skilltul harmony which the Glee Club has achieved is due in large measure
to its etticient sponsor, lvlrs, Franklin, and to the splendid attendance record which
has been maintained.
Tryouts tor tirst glee club are held at the beginning at each semester. Members
are required to have a love tor singing and to give absolute attention at all times.
Besides programs mentioned, the Glee Club has participated in the tollowingi
the annual operetta, assemblies, annual music testival, P. T, A meetings and vesper
Luigi- uni- iiiiiitii.-ii Light
Girls' Double Octette
.Srfcnrzrl rrzir: juries. Pvpvr. Xliklli-h. Bt-ll. Bvlknzip. Sulmnn, Amlvrsrirl.
First rim : l.inl-Q. Tyner. Xlimrv. lliiinphrvys, Cass:-lie. Ermcs, W'isl1nlll'l, Taylor.
The Girls' Double Octette is an exclusive club ot sixteen members, who meet on
Wednesday atternoons, Regular attendance is a necessary requisite ot this club.
Realizing this, the girls have voted to remove trom their roll any member who is
absent tor more than two consecutive times, except tor illness, By unanimous vote
the member may be replaced,
Four girls in this group ivivian and Bernice Peper, lvlarion Tyner and Evelyn
Sidmonl torm the girls' quartet, which won tirst place in the state contest in the
spring ot l935. As a reward tor this rating the girls vvere invited to sing tor the
State Teachers' Convention at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City during
November, V936 lvlrs, Franklin Di Roosevelt, who was on the same program, paid
them high compliments.
Also from this group comes the Girls' Sextette, which sang on a luncheon pro-
gram at l-lotel Kansas Citian in Kansas City during the State Teachers' Convention,
Members ot the sextette are Betty Jo Belknap, Ruth Cossens, Vivian and Bernice
Peper, Marion Tyner and Evelyn Sidmon.
The girls teel that much credit should be given to Mrs Franklin, the sponsor ot
these groups, tor helping them to obtain a better knowledge at tiner music. Lorraine
O'Donoghue has been the occompanist tor all ot the groups throughout the year,
President ,,., ,,..i,,..,. . ,. i,.,, .,.,.. lVl arion Tyner
SGCFQTOIV ....,. ,,RL,1tl1 Cgggeng
Treasurer. . Dorothy Bell
l ll ' Huniliiwl Ninn'
Senior Boys' Gllee Club
Tnp rnzr: Mohr, Means, Koch. ,s. Rahning, Schildknvcht. Carpenter, Rathburn. MacMillan. Klult.
S1-cond mir: Mr. Crawfurll. Stanfin-lt! k. Adams. Linders. Siege, Rn-irl, Otto. Hrislz-r.
Fins: ww: Temme, Bauman. Barron. Lum -, Wont:-n. Dnhz-rty. Or-ning. Hnllnwuy. Tnylur, Phipps.
Any boy in the senior high sclgo is eligible for the try-outs for the Senior Boys'
Glee Club. lvlr, Crovvford, the oblehiir tor of the club, corefully selects those boys
whose voices blend together well, Thiiwe there were opproximotely thirty members
in the Glee Club. N5
The group climoxed o successful yeor by ottoining o first or "excellent" roting
in the Woshington University Music Contest, Their contest number wos "Ave Verum"
by lvlozort. Henry lvlohr, o member of the Glee Club, received on "excellent" roting
for his solo, "Trovelin'."
They song ot vorious ploces during the yeor, nomely, the PTA, meetings,
school ossemblies, severol churches in the community, ond the Normondy Kivvonis
Club, They, with the Girls' Glee Club, presented the operetto, "Pied Piper of l-lom-
elin," tovvord the end of the first semester. lvlorgoret Temme ond Juonito Phipps
were the regulor occomponists,
President ,... .. .. ..,... Vernon Rohning
Vice-President .,... ..,.. W llliom Koch
Secretory Shelby Adoms
Librorion . , ,. Arthur Locke
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Tenth Glrade Boys' Gllee Club
Top rms: Lawson. Moors. Smith. Wvelrlon. Rickv. Krvns. Rosegmnt. Colrlstcin.
Third mir: Xlr. Crawford. Nl:-yws. Yan Horn. Flooil. Crm-Prvmn. F1-rriv, Nlvlllvanic.
Svfurzrl raw: Chi'isl1'ni1'Il. Fox, H.l1,5i'n1r'ir-r. Nirlrlv. Nllvn, Rugi-rs. Hung X1t'CliI1!rm. Xlvlnvrllr-A
ffrxt ruff: llx'u4l1'. Hxlvk. Uzillwr, Krill. W'vlwr. 'Xli'Kinln'y. Fugalll. 'l'ui'ki'r. Hurts. Snlilll.
The Tenth Grade Boys' Glee Club is a group ot sophomore boys doing preliminary
work in preparation tor the senior glee club next year,
This group has made no public appearances, nor has it received any special
attention trom the school or elsewhereg but the boys have worked hard preparing tor
the senior glee club next year, when they will teel assured that their hard work will
have been justitied.
Because it was so large, the group had to be divided into three sections, each
ot which met twice a week. Under the direction ot lvlr. Crawford they worked on
tone aualities and songsg they also spent much ot their time in the study ot the theory
ot music and learned about tamous composers,
Otticers are as tollowingi
President ...,ll,.r,. .,..., R ay Wright
Vice-President .. Fred Grossman
Secretary l ,Walter Jones
Librarian ,. ..,.., Oliver Goldstein
DWGCTOV . Mr. Crawtord
Paul' Um' liuullr:-tl Fl:-xvn
T011 rout: Rathhurn. Mohr, Humphrvys. Lirlrlvrs. Km-h.
Tl'l H'l Vv' l Bll NI'kl'h Vv' l I Al 'lf C f l
zzrr row: vis vr, von vhrn vn, 1- . , 1 14' . 1-n 71- . . rams, , r. raw orc .
Szrrrmzl ruff: Yvorilvn. Biggs. W'isln1l1fT. liz-nm-ily. lh-lklmp. Sirlnmn. Fleer, Dnhvrly.
Firvl mu-: Barron, Ford. Trm-lilmirl. Krolm. 'lk-ilil. Phipps. Xlunrly. Owning.
The senior high Mixed Chorus, although only in its second vear, received an
"excellent" rating at the Washington University contest held in April, The group
sang HGloria Patri" as its contest number, The rnixed auartette, which also vvan an
'lexcellentn rating, was chosen from this group.
Members at the Mixed Chorus were selected tram the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs
by the directors, Mrs. Franklin and Mr. Cravvtord. The goals tor which the group
worked all year vvere exact pitch and even aualitv.
Under the direction at Mr, Cravvtord, the Chorus sang in the school assemblies
and at several churches in the carnrnunitv, Thev were alvvavs accompanied by
President ........... .,.... V ernon Rahning
Vice-President ...... ...... R ov Rathburn
Secretary .,,,,.., ...... S helbv Adams
Librarian ..,.. .r,..,t P aul Phipps
Sponsors. ,, . .. Mr, Cravvtord
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Thin! mir: Xli. ilu'-nth:-r. Chzmrn. Iiiehnp.
.wiwnf fini: .4-it -. WAHI. l..-rimri. ll--1-ci-r. si.-lint.-wr. Ziiirimli. I-it-ki-mi'-n.
il I i y
l'irs! rnir: Kilt-liimii, l'.xul. XX:-liirr:-ip Siinili-ii.i.in.
The Norsernen, under the direction ot Mr, Guenther, hoye enioyed onother
seoson ot populor octixity, Gther thon the dohces which were sponsored by the xorif
ous extro-curriculor octiyities ot the school, they hod sexerol outside engogenwents,
They ployed ot the Norwood Country Club, the Century Boot Club, ond ot the Zion
Church dinners, The Qenerol rnonogernent ot the Norsornen wos ih the honds of
The occordion, ployed by Robert Sundermon, wos odded to the orchestro this
yeor, The yocolists on yorious occosions were Viyioh ond Bernice Reper, Mr, Guenther,
George Bogot, ond the lNlorsenwen's ciuortet, composed ot Shelby Adorns, Rolph
Lihders, Roy Rothburn ohd Henry Mohr,
The Norserhen ore Qrotetul to JL,IGllllO Phipps tor her services os occorhponist
on sexerol occosions
Trurnpots Hording Zurhwolt
Director lylr Guenther
xllglmg Tlcllflclellmll Tronwbones l-lorold Spellnteyer
Fred Howlond Robert Deern
Clittorfl l3GUl Boss Henry Bishop
f . A co do R t '
Soxophones Ldword Lewis C V l ll Obel Slllldellllcll
,rvigmm WOM Bonio Wesley Wehnier
LQQHQVCI Qnmm Drums Cordele Deister
Glorehce Kroenleih Riono Arthur Ghozen
l'.rg.' Uni- Hilmlrwil 'lliiili-vii
Junior High Orchestra
The Junior Orchestra has worked taithtully during the entire year. The group
closed its season very successtully, as it received a rating ot "superior" at the
Washington University Music Festival.
Members of the Junior Orchestra
First Violin: Krattli, Gebhardt, Goebel, Siegelhorst, l-lartvvig, Mueller, Nelson,
Hebrank, l-lasselbach, Marion, Everett, Davies.
Bassi Buschart, Shook.
Second Violini Schoknecht, Klinkertuss, Bermel, Clarkson, Colligan, Covington,
Fischer, Gatheman, Schreiber, McQuay.
Cello: Anzalone, Kranz, Kohl.
Piano: Davies, l-lentz.
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Senior High Orchestra
The senior orchestra, directed by Mr. Guenther, has spent much time this year
on Mozart's "Symphony in G Minor," No. 40. Mr, Guenther is well pleased with the
orchestra's success in their new venture.
The bassoon, played by Robert Sunderman, added to the resources ot the orches-
tras An augmented bass section, now composed ot six yioloncellos and tour basses,
contributed sonority and balance.
J. C. Scott
The Normandy l-ligh School Concert Band has just tinished a very successtul
season, during which it played tor all home tootball and basketball games, gave
several informal concerts, and received a rating ot "superior" at the Washington
University Music Festival.
The Junior l-ligh School Band has been working very energetically all year and
each, member is anxiously looking forward to becoming a member ot the Concert
Members of the Senior High Concert Band
Clarinet: Grimm, Gorman, Gooldy, Goddard, Klinkertuss, Kroenlein, Lewis, Roselle,
Warren Smith, Taylor, Wallace,
Cornet: Burnett, Currie, Eason, Odell, Provost, Schad, Zumwalt, Kloebbner,
French Florni Sanderson, Walter Smith, Walters, Fredrickson.
Drums: Diester, Wehmer, Steward, Bell.
Flute: Mann, Weidner, Flames.
Oboe: Mann, Kinder.
Bass Clarinet: Shuey.
Alto Saxophone: Ward, l-lolloway, Kaiser, Brown.
Tenor Saxophone: Grimm:
Sousabhone: McAtee, Bushman, Cord, l-leld,
Baritone: Cech, Weigelt, Eldridge,
Trombonei Deem, Spellmeyer, Ghyselenck, Gengler, Jones, Bowman,
Members of the Junior Bond
Cornet: Buzzetta, l-lawkins, Kelsey, Mellis, Powell, Shreiman, Weisheyer,
Clarinet: Boneau, Doherty, Grey, l-lelmich, l-lubbard, O'Donoghue, Shultz, Stieterman,
Drums: Doxsee, Fenn, Kingsbury.
French l-lorn: Bagley, Kelsey, Mellis, Risch, Gerst.
Alto Clarinet: Coates.
Trombone: Siler, Biggs.
Saxophone: Daniels, Key, Metzger.
"The Pied Piper of Homelinf' on opero in three octs, wos presented by the Senior
Girls' ond Boys' Glee Clubs ond the Mixed Chorus on November 30, l93G.
The story tolces ploce in l-lomelin town, o ploce infested with rots, When the
people oppeol to the Moyor ond find thot he con do nothing obout the rots, they ore
on the brink of despoir, Suddenly the Pied Piper oppeors ond declores thot for the sum
of one thousond guilders he will rid the town of rots. The proposol is occepted ond
the rots, ottrocted by the Piper's tune, ore led to the river to perish.
When the Piper osks for his reword, the Moyor repudiotes his promise. As
punishment, the Piper pipes owoy the little children of the town. One little lorne boy
is left behind in sorrow ond teors,
Months loter the Piper ogoin oppeors before the sorrowful ond lomenting people
ond exploins thot he took the children to remove them from the evil influence.
The lome boy pleods to hove his ploymotes returned. Unoble to resist the pleo,
the Piper ogoin blows the mogic melody which brings the children bock. Then he
disoppeors os suddenly os he come.
Prologue . ,.,. ,,.,..,... ,....,.. R o ymond Gross
The Moyor . .. . , ,.,.... . Henry Mohr
The Corporation T
Rolph Linders, Jomes Doherty, George Corey, Shelby Adoms, Eorl
Humphreys, Whittoker Wobus, Poul Phipps, Williom Koch
The Piper ,,.. .,.., . , .. ,.,..... ..,.,. ...... . . . ..,.,..,,....,.,,,,,., ,,.,,., , .Roy Rothburn
A Townsmon .. .i .,.,.. Melvin Meons
The Lome Boy H .,,..,, Robert Pierce
The Dreom Lody , T. . ...u,..i, Vivion Peper
In ci setting of Dutch otmosphere with tulips ond o huge, lifelike windmill, the
colorful operetto, f'Tulip Time," wos given April T4, l5 ond lo by the Junior School
glee clubs, The singing of both the chorus ond the leods wos exceptionolly well
done, ond the ottroctive costumes of the cost odded to the success of the perform-
The plot centered oround tulip time in Hollond with much comedy ond the usucil
love interest by the leods.
The theoter orchestro, under the direction of Mr. Guenther, occomponied the
singers, The operetto Wos under the direction of Miss Kinnison. Teochers who
ossisted in the production were Mr. Crinlc, Mrs, Punshon, Miss Schmuclcer, Miss Feorn-
ley, ond Mrs Crowford.
Kotinkci ....., ...... G lorio O'Donoghue
Christino ...i... ..,.... B etty l-lossellnoch
hunt Anno ....... ........., R osolie Richie
Burgornoster ........ .s..s...... V incent Follert
l-lons .,...........,... .......,. E verett Von Horn
Ned Boxter .......,.....,... ,.,i...,.,, B ob Bergfeld
Dick Worren ,,......c....i.... ..... P oul Kroenlae
Professor McSpindle ,.i.i,,..i ,..... E d Wolsh
PgO H lllfgh
Under the direction ot Mr. Crink, "The Cot ond the Conoryf' the tirst Normdndy
Theotre production given this yeor, provided the oudience with mony chitis ond thrihs
ond ronks os one ot the best mystery ploys eyer presented to o Normandy High
The suspense ond curiosity it creoted vvos the moin teoture ot the successful
presentation, Lester Cowles, Lorroine O'Donoghue, Roy Gross ond Glenn Adoms
were giyen tine support by on oble cost
"A lough o second" best describes "The Tin Hero," o torceecomedy in three octs
given by the senior high school under the direction ot Mr, Crink.
The bockbone of the plot is the ottempt ot Douglos Goodyeor iChorTes
Schmuckerit to escope from the net ot weilemeont lies his mother ilviortho Herringi
hos vvoyen tor the newspoper, Thot the solution seems not too toretetched is Q
triumph tor the tine cost heoded by Chorles Schmucker, Mortho Herring, Dorothy
Herr ond Foyre Ermes
I U Hllnilxi-il Ninifyv
As o surprise to GU unsuspecting oudience, on entirely new type ot ploy was
presented by the senior closs April 2l,r22 ond 23. The ploy, "Murder in Rehecirsolf'
wos o pldy within ci ploy, directed by Mr. Crink. The plot centered oround the
reheorsol ot o ploy in o smoll town, The director wos murdered ond everyone in the
cost, including the hillbilly sheriff, wos suspected ot the murder, As usuol, the one
leost suspected wos reyeoled os the murderer, At the grond climox, however, the
director oppeored on the scene, lt wos only o ploy otter olll
Jock Ellery .,....,.,.
Chubby Forbes ..,.,.
Morton l-lill ,,,.., .
Mrs. Worren , ..,. .
Cloudio yVorren .. r
Trilby .,,.. ...,..,...
Morge Penny ..,....
Bunky Simms ,,...,.,,.,..
Dotty Cormichdel ,, .
Sldclc Hilton ....,.. .
Sheilo Borrett ,. .. .
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.. Chorles Schmucker
.. Conrod Mueller
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