Normandy High School - Saga Yearbook (Normandy, MO)

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'H' OW Of Progress I',Ill'4lllllNxlll - - rldf ua In QS .14 u x Hllllfllll lISNf H rlll N1 H IX Uf mx 11 5 nE1 ,C I ------137.1 13 I u Qhlrley R3 er s 'm We S B Q ...Q .Q- 'i if' iv omeliln ew HAS BEEN .ADDED Throughout these twenty-five years of the life of our Saga, Normandy has endeavored to maintain the highest possible standards-to keep a steady process of learning and living, to be a fixed foun- dation for her children. She has succeeded. Yet with this firmness has come Change. Then as now new methods, new faces, and new customs have slowly altered Normandy school life each year, until quite suddenly the progress becomes visible with startling impact and we realize that "something new has been added." With this volume, we have attempted to set forth both those unchanging traditions which we hold so dear, and the progress we have witnessed this year and have prospered by from years before. If the Saga can give you memories of the 1947-48 march toward better lives, our purpose has been accom- plished. ' 1 4- Y 2. 6-1111-7 Fl I W I I ,ff.' -J '-. 1 - 'N N 1 4 , ..,J.,4..,A ' - gs. . 1. gf uv-P 'f-all J a sin!! 'lt -V 4 I vi g Q W. i X L 7 EDUCATION SPORTS ACTIVITIES SCHOOL LIFE I B Q Part One Q7 en M JVM Jn EDUCATION For hundreds of years man has been searchlng for that 1ntang1ble somethlng whlch causes the never endlng desrre search and tlnally attalnment of progress Many have puzzled together and offered solutlons but have falled to explam the mystery by overlookmg the only answer-educatlon The greatest challenge of all tlme educatton brlngs a knowledge ot technlcal matters and an understand 1ng of llfe Our srx years at Normandy have prepared us to meet that challenge 1ntell1gently and maturely and to advance 1nto the age of progress ready to br1ng about the World we hope tor Wm I I I I ' I I I I 1 , -5, -. . 4 3' NA- Y Z i ,, - E .-.,,..,..f-, - . ':L-,., -., V . 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Drive-xx' Trainin Bus Drive-I' Sflihlllilili. CliMII2. AB.. NI..-X. Plane! Us-mmflry. I,l'il4'til'ill Nlzltlle-llultirw. -krist- ant with Sllllivllf 114Illll1'il CU JYD. MARY. AJS. Spf-1-vlm. Ifnglisll. N.F.l,.. IJl'21ll1iili1'S BARXFS. HHLI-IN I.LvClLI':. BS. Tth and Sith flmnlf- xllitllvlllillil'-, Hth Clraulv 51'iHl14'4' BUCK. Cl,Alfl7lNlf. AB. NI3tlN"llH1Iil'S Ilui1lum-e- UHffW'INUTON. MARY FRANCES. 15.5. Ellfllisll. Sugar Hl'Pl'. ROBERT il.. .-X.l3.. Xl..-X. llellf-ml Svie-m-f-. ilzunrna Hi-Y. Sf'Ili4!l' Hull fLllElTliS. uml 4,tll'l4i110I' t,Hif't'l'b STRUUP. HARRY. BS.. X.F. Il1lillSII'iill :Xrla NIAYHALL. MARY IB.. A.lS. Ifnglish 9 unnl 10. Dr-111:-ritf YIYSUN. PISTHI-Ili. HS. St'if'l1l'P. .-Xr'u1lv111y of Sl'i6'll4'Q'. .h5N4l1'iilIilIll of Hl'iPl1l'f' Tr'zu'l1m-rs 1LR.-XNINI.-XTllI0l"I-'. NAD.-X. 15.5. l"lllglliSh. SlIt'Q'1'll. 'JI'illllilIit'h HUIQRH. lfl,I.lfN C.. .-XB.. AAI. Kitizvnship. Latin 2 WYILLIAMSUN. LYNIAN F.. MS. Oth Crmlc- YIlllhl'IllilIil'S KHANHY. ANITA. HS. Head of l"ur:-ign l,illlglllil,LIt' Dvpartun-nxt. S nzulisll. I'al1-,-Xn1r-rivun fllllh. 5:-nior Ringw an V s Bock Rupp . 'xy Brewmqto e Sxte n Enlluen Classes World. 'xlllf'l'll'Lill. l,utin :Kun-rif-an. null Fm lfustr-rn History. flzimma Sigmiu History lfluli SCHNEIDER. IQLIZAIIIQTH. HS. lfonrrrt llaiiviligl. Ur:-lwsis Glllflf. IDA ESTHEK. .-Mli. lfnglisli lil mul ll. l'rvutiw+ Writing: I.llllP HH.-XNISCH. EDITH. .-X.ll.. NIA. Ifnglifli ll. llonor Fowif-ty Spou-oi IIIIIINAHD. XURENII. .-ill. Sriwivf-. Hall fluurfl- LUXC. llllYIl5'l'lXlf Nl. l.. All.. NIS. iflu-ini-try. l'llysiv-. ,lunior Mull:-lily ol Fvlvm l"l'llllll.'SllN. ANN. HS.. Nl.lQ. -Xlgrf-lrra. l'lzu1o- llf-om:-try. Utli llrulle- Ilrmluution llliuirmun SMITH. l.l'lfll,l.Il. l5.5. 'Xlgr-lim. l'ruv!il-:il Ylullie-lmitirs. 'llri-I .llfIlNll'fN. H. Y.. .-X.l5. 1 Ce-nr-ral Sl-is-:iw J. Biology liIlflil5AL'Nl. l5l'lHNlf1l'l Nl.. ll..-X. Ttll ziml lllll Grade Soc-ial Sllltllfw. lfllilnl Stmly IllPlllIlIlIl4"f'A ll:-le-gulf lo Xl.S.'I'.-X. S'llll.l,. NIAHY. HS. ,llDlll'll2'lll5lll. llourivr. Quill and Svroll CFR.-UQHTY. RUSH. AB.. Nl..-X. So:-iul 8. llitizvnsliip U. ,lunior llonor Suri:-ti. ,lunior High llolil-5' llommittr-r-. Norniamly loui- lllllllllf lIl'ill'llf'I'5. Nefovizition. lfxw-iitiw llom- 'ltrfv BEPIIZIMAXX. XY.-XLTEII C.. AB.. KI..-K. llir:-vtor ol lllilrlam-ef. lr. S. llislory. Stullf-nt lfounvil Sponsor NlcilI.0l7D. YIHCIYI.-X. ll..-X.. Nl.,-X. llc-zul of Xrt Ill'lI3l'lllll'lll. -Xrt. Xrt Nofivli BCC Williamson Skinner Kenney Schneider Page Seventeen Golf Brcxrnsch Bernard Leng Ferguson Smith Iecmen Bierbcum Still Gercxghfy Bergmann McCloud Leaders Gffe XV N DD. lil..-XNCHPI. AJS. lfnml llil'4'4'tor nl liill-4'I!'I'lil SAND!-QRS. ANYF. BA. lfnglifh. Nlutlu-inutiu'-. lllth llmile- liil WlllTlfHlifXD. Nl.-llllix. HS. Nlnsiv unnl Health HUl1l'lLlfll. DOLURPIS li. 'liransportzitiuii Uepurtiiir-iit Ufliu- Si1HNIl'CKl1H. LUl.'lSlf. ,-XB. ,lliniur Sp:-1-1-li. English. ,lnninr Sllll FI-fliGlSON. NlAR'l'llA JANE l'l1y-,if-all linliieiiiiwili. Spnnwr nl' lflh I rll 'I'ri-Y RUBICRTSUN. BETTY J. .lnniur lligh Nlusiv. ll:-ailth. Nliv-il lh Ill IAROUF. CIIVJFFUIID. .-LB.. ISS Head uf 5l'lf'lI4'9 Us-purlinf'nt. lin graphy W'lfSTlflll5l'iliC. JH.-XXNF. llll. Nlusiv, Nliv-4l lfhnrus SHAY. lilf'l'H Q.. AJS. lfhuirniun ul' Junior High S1-if-ini St'l6'lll'f'. ll:-ugrapliy. lleulzli NIERKEL. BENJAMIX G., Ph.D. Head of Smiial Stnflivs De artnlr-nt l 5 ll tory. l':l'0ll0llllL'F. Sociology p lllfllli. Nl,-XRIOX. BMA.. llvafl uf li0IIlIl1PFl'llll l,l'IlZl!'Il!N'llI. Nl and lf. Typing 1 W'l'fl.Cl'l. MARY JANE. AB. Sovial Stuflivs ith and 8th Crude i 1 l English. Senior High Girls' Aft:-r N hoo N XIYEHS. DOROTHY JF.-XNF. B5 A rt. Health S h ucker Hob tson Me ke F rq son Lcz Roq Haj B ck Friendly Advice ..,.. .. H Hb. I Hi IAA. ILIC. I.IOIIllll2l I unml Il HUICI-I.I.Ii. HJ. 8.5. IIIIIIIUQIHIIPIIQ. Pulrlif- Mlflre---. Xi-ual Kiel- I,.-X5HI.W . I',I,IZ.-XIII'.I II. .NIL Illlll n Ing 'III . ',' N ,- Ilpha v z 1 ffrzuh- tnmw-llm-. FIPUIINUI' nl 1 lftu In I DIVNII.-XII. HIIIIQN I'.. XII. I,Il!'Pll'LlI Itnlm-utiml. Xftvr N-Imul Spnrtx fm IIFI llnurl UIIII mxfsl3o'r'I'. xixxf las. IIN: lmI I umm Ing I 1 II1 1 :II bpz- Q1 A D . . 1' Lx nu. vita' If,-X5'I':XCNr'I. I.l'l1ll.I.l-I. IIS. Iypr- I and II mul III. IUIII Ilrzule- IIlilIl'llllIl Mivisur Iota Ixuppu Tri-H IIUIAI. W'IXII"IIIf1II. I'I1.II. Nlutlle-rlmtivf DECK. INIAIIIIAIIIYII II., IIS. Tth and Hth llradf- llluthing HII.T. VIRGINIA. -XII. IJII'f'l'IUI' of Fpvf-4'Il amI I.ip IIr'u1Iil1g1. I:Ul'l4f'1'IIS4' SIlf'0'1'Il WIIIISII. AN YA. IIN. Gem-ral Phulf-al IIINIPPVIIIIIIN, IIlg1I1 sfluml Nurw. I' lrst :XMI HINflHIlI,II"FI1. .-XI.IiIIf NI.. IIS. ' ' I aml Ill IEIIIIIISII ' RIIICEKT. NI. II.. ILS. Ph' ' yslval I'.fIlll'ilIlHll. Ile-sul Iiafke-tImII uml Iran-IQ fif72ll'II. AN-Irlillll Iwmtimll I.4IL11'Il C.-XI.DVI'IfI,I.. II.-XIIIA. RAI. NIUSI1' LACY. YIRGIXIA R.. HS.. NIA. Ilirwtm' nf Kr! I'IIf'lI1f'I1IiIl'X Fvluml- :mul .IllllIlvl' APY' li 0 0 ll Welsch Ries L, .. Myers ..'QEI.5f Nineteen I.,:.h.y Flfzmsjsctt Czstzqriz EMM Deck ...AL-Y 'Wx -fi li, Hilv .,, , H162 6 I'I1H'IhS Rleuer C313 Lacy V! Faculty Pr motes IIII-,HI,, IZLTIX NI.. -LIS. XIX IIIIS. LOL ISIC S4'4l'Q4I2iI'! in the Iiu-ine--f Uffiw- i UUDD,-XIIIJ. IiUI3I'IIiT.-X. A-X.-X. . r . , IIUIIIQRTS. JINII A H N-vrr-tary III IIN- Hllrlllvxs Ufflw- IX EHKING. XY ILLIAM 'XIIl"Il4IL'lll1't' Uffie-4-1' I3lCI"I".-X. HI'II,I'fN T. 54-1-re-tary of Xttr-mluxnw UTIL'- Iili EW IXI YIIUN. JEAN Trains!fmtzitimu Uffif-P I54l'I'III. HIITTY J. Ill:-rk in I'rim'ipuI'- llffiw- I"III'I'SIIHI-1. IIQAN. IIS. Goddard Svvrvtury to Ihr- Sup:-rinta-1111:-nt umI l III Roberts Bmlnl uf l':!Illl'2lfIUlI IIl'NII-I. I'I'IllCY Hmm Igllsillvs- UIIIM- Meyers NILIHPHX. SHIHIIIY 51-4-re-tary to Xlr. Gunn:-II 'I'AI.I.I-KY. RAY If. SIIIIPIWINII' nf XILIIIIIPIIAIII HIfXI,IfY. ZIIXNA. ISS. 51-if-llvff. .-X.I'.'I'.S.. JIIIIIHI' 5:-ix-111-v Kflulv Spmnfm JUHIIIXX. .-XRTHIIR E.. AB.. Mid. I'm1-ti--ul xIillIIt'llIlIIII'r. Hz-pinning: 'XIQlf'Ill'il. MI- xmu-:-II Nlge-Iam. Sulifl ilvmm-try. Ilhuirmun 'JII1 llrzuiv Sponsors. fIU'I,Ilkt'1'f1ll' 9tIx Crzulv Snvial Uzlllvillgl. Campus SIIIPPIWISUI' ILUIID. I-IDXYIX NI I3 9 BRIIIII. Small lIIHIl'IIllIl'IItilI Itlm-rlulrle-f Vf"'I1k1K'5 Erfwznfgton Frltfi Murphy Understanding I'HIiI.I'S. Ii'I'HI.YYII. A.I3.. NIA. I':llgIIbIl. Iie'111Ii11g1. 4,I11I1I ftmly 4,11111111itt1-.- NI:-IHIVIIXIIY. JOHN. IIS. IIIIQ'-I4'2lI I':4I11v11tiu11. "II" I"1mtI111II. ,l1111iu1' IIigI1 l.4lill'Il IIN'-XXS. XiII.I.IAII I'.. XII.. ILS.. NIA. Ihnlugy. 5f'llIlII' 51'IO'lll'f'. I IIIZVIINIIIII NI.-XIJ5I.N. III-.I.I4.X. II.5. .Il111in1' IIIQI1 Kr! I'II,I'I'X. NI. If.. -I1.II. I,11Ii11. Il111'1111111. Inrxily XX1-1-xrling 111111-I1. 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"II" H11-In-tI1a1II. Intrz IIIIIFQII Sports XY INIJHII. I.If5'I'I1II if. 'I'1'a11-pmtatiull SlIIPl'I'IIlIFIIlIf'llI HGHIGY Gould Jordan Phelrs , fo Mcflzrmey Evans Mzdsen Ehtz Brurzirttezt Guenther Twenty-One Cnck K' G PfS1Q1l'1'iS Green Shipherc: Winder Jlr. I-J1'1111.w 111111 .lliss .1l1'f'111111l 1171111 ll 11111111 11'if11 I'rf1111 r11'1'111'11Ii1111S. l11'11111'11111'11f11l l11'1111.v 11111 l111'11' llI'Il'I-Y f11111'Ih1'1' t11 i1'1111 nut 110111117- 11111111111 111'1111l1'111.s'. Helpful Advisors l"11r th11s1- uhm trvad tlu- i'l'1UZ'll'f' hallsf' studivs rl't'lll ph-asant with the- aid of thv lrivndly and helpful favulty. lllillllllllfl and Vilfllllil lm' thv ge-nerul tu-lfarc ul thv hlllfll'lll hotly is the-ir main task. 'l1Ci1l'llK'l'5. who hax 1- been on XUI'llliiIlllf.S favully fur 25 years. haxe establishvd this as thvir principal job. Their 4'OlllI'lllUllUIlS in vlass study habits and avtixitic-s haw greatly helped our sr-lmol l1v1'1111i1' um- of thc- most pr11gI'c's- sin- in thf' 1-11u11try. 'lihis artirh' was written to lPt tht' fax'- ulty lumix that we realizv tho part they haxe played in building our 1-haracter and adding to nur knuwledgv. It is also to let thvm knms' that we apprer-iate having a plc-asant s1-h1111l at11111splwr1- lu work in. and ww all lvol wry lurlq' to han' suvh a sph-udid grmtp lliltlilllgl us. 1 1411111111 fl 11111 111111 11'11l1 x1111If'.v. thv V1'111'11IIy l'llf'I'kN 111, l,11If11y1', lfllflll YIIIII .11'111111'11 l11'1',1111'1f 11111 A1'1,1,,1 Vf,,,1 11,, Ill I' Pfzqe Twenty-Two lli.Y 111111 ll"li Jolly Janitors Leaders in "Keep tht- 1-ainpus clean" ealnpaign were none other than our friendly 4-ustodians. Sehool dances. plays. and other owning aetixities are run smoothly with the aid of custodians. under tht- direvtion of Nlr. Talley. "Hats uflm to these men who so eapalmly keep our elassroonis 1-lean and warm. Mighty Mechanics Efficient auto met-hanies have done out- standing work this year in providing Safe transportation for the students of Xor- rnandy High School. Normandfs bus system has steadily grown throughout the past year with the addition of new busses. The steady and dependable work of these eapahle experts deserxes a xote of thanks. Courteous Cooks "l,un1'h with the hunt-hi' in tht- vafetvria is the slogan of Xorniandfs wry efficient 1-aleteria. Proxiding good. hot food for linngry pupils. who dest-1-nfl on the enf- . . , , eterla daily from llbgo to l:30. has lu-en tht- task of our rafeteria helpers. Serxing varied noonday meals are among: the many reasons students and teaehers ap- preciate the fine work of this alnle group. TOP ROW: Kouns, Allen, Fox, Douglass, Childs, Prieqal, Poese, Rentz, Pyle, Russell, Fletcher, Pikey, Taylor, Rauch. MIDDLE ROW: Rohlfs, Zuck, Franqel, Evans, Rider, Foelsch, Price, Pcuncey, Roberts, Risinqer, D. Smith, Glaze, Foote, Rastberqer. BOTTOM ROW: Potts, Primo, Patton, Pohlman, Driscoll, Saqer, Burke, Ridder, I. DeLozier, Pres- ley, Grubbs, Friedrich, Gentle- mark. TOP ROW: Heinrich, Farmer, Hoskins, Hudson, Leonard, Ho- reisi, Hood, Brcnsinq, Hardy, Zook, Merkel, Barrett, Bolen. MIDDLE ROW: Reeds, Hudson, Gossorn, Hitt, Gruenewald, Da- vies, Helde, Hunt, Hoekel, Gautsche, Gebhardt. BOTTOM ROVV: Harrington, G. Brown, Hopkins, Hear, Grrble, Hazzxlin, McGuire, Henkel, Arter, Hayes, L, DeLozier. Beginning the Climb TOP ROW: I, Davis, Loddeke, Martin, MCClarney, Hiismann, M. Davis, Dawson, Mauer, Dan- iels, Graves. MIDDLE ROW: Shuster, Corbin, Crocker, Mark- wardt, Lohoefner, Harkins, Mc- Court, Preiss, Mertz, King, Mar- ler. BOTTOM ROW: l. Davis, Daugherty, Trueblood, Weiss, Richter, Stoeker, Sykes, Ma- gruder, Mock, Damerval, Mc- uann. TOP ROW: Fitzmaurice, D. Moeller, Felqer, Lanq, C. Smith, D. Miller, Lindsay, K. Miller, Lewis, Lacy, Ferguson, MID- DLE ROW: Garofalo, Mullen, Meers, Kasper, Knamiller, Ditz- ler, Dobyns, I. Moeller, Elder, Leirnann, Gunkel. BOTTOM ROW: Mareau, Major, Lewis, McKean, Gillette, Grisham, Kniep, Markmann, M e n q e s, Morie, H. Miller. Getting avquaintecl with new fam-es. new tcuclicws, the Xniuiiaiidy High Sc-liool ladder of knmsledgc-. and new sulijf-vis is not an easy juli. but the class Thi-se lregiiins-rs quickly adjusted themselxes to uf A53 has siiwessfiilly vliinlwd tlw first rung of their new surroundings and soon felt as inuvh at Page Twenty-Your Newcomers Adjust to School Ll e home as their upper classmates. On their first day. program eards were issued assigning eat-h one to the various suhjeets-all important and all required. ln seventh grade there are no electives. Come on. let's obtain a birdis-eye view of the typieal day of Xormandy newcomers. The first hour we watch enthusiastic students busily mastering the fundamentals of written and spoken English. They participate in skits to elarify and to glamourize the printed page. peaking into a "math" 1-lass as our next stop, we find that eommission. interest. and liudgets oeeupy the eenter of attention as practieal mathe- rnatieians apply their knowledge to everyday life. During the soeial seienee period. we are amazed to diseover youngsters intelligently dis- 4-ussing important world affairs. Keeping paee with current national and world problems. as well as studying other nations' backgrounds, they prepare to he useful citizens of the United States. Their interest is stirred hy projeets and maps. y. unrl erery :My their feeling nf .W'I'1lI'lf-Il and lore the Ilfmrgf Wrlllx glrunzw. f Iluppy serrvzlli grrzrlerx enter the Junior building ei eru Promising Personalities TOP ROW: Schirmer, Creel. Struse, Cates, l, Smith, Vlelch, Bornmarito, Drennen, Myers, Small, Cheskev, Neibert. MID- DLE ROW: Lotz, Niemeyer, Straub, Brandes, Sielman, Buss, Burton, Collier, S. lones, Carey, S tr a w n, Morrow. BOTTOM ROW: Strohbeck, Banta, Cheno- weth, H. By rd, Compton, Chouris, Burlew, Fenimore, Black, Carley, R. Byrd, Nece. TOP ROW: Boemer, Wilker- son, Wallace, Zimmerman, Wil- derrnan, Alsop, Babcock, Wald- rnann, Zirkelbach, Balch, Alexan- der, Winter, McCoy, Beck. MID- DLE HOW: M. White, Warner, P. White, Zykan, Volmer, Barnes, A. Anselmo, A. Brown, Zavack, Ray, Bryant, Bacon, Otferjost, Wuench, Ziegler, Ciyou. BOT- TOM ROW: Matthews, Becker, Waddinqton, Wide-man, Mc- Clain, Wulkopf, I. Brown, Boyer, Webb, Branom, Benning, Beller- son, Barclay, Adams, S. An- selmo. TOP ROW: Utter, C. Tracy, Utsch, Sherrill, Sucher, Sturgeon, L. Tracy, V. Smith, Stillman, Talbert, Vitale. BOTTOM ROW: Wilder, Thorsrud, Flori, Turner, Saiiley, Sindlinqer, Storms, Strothkamp, Schnurrnan, Vie, Schroll. TOP ROW: Beckman, Kyle Kitziriqer, Ioos, Friese, lsgriq Kohler, Koester, Grimshaw, B Iones, Gilmore, Gibson, Wil- liams, Bensiek. MIDDLE ROW Hoesli, Iueraens, Ioy, Hughes Bonney, Green, Heier, Delaney Goodman, Hutinqer, Keel, Wil- lerns, Greve. BOTTOM ROW Graham, Acheson, Iohndrow Hagan, Bowman, Boeckstieqel Wood, Voss, Iacob, Graf, Lauck lohannpeter, Geraqhty, We soon leave this room of higher learning and til and Mixed Chorus claim many hours of effort. mingle with livewire personalities in the halls. .-X5 we resuinc our journey, excited voices draw Listening to excited vonxersations on all sides, it lla to tht- gym t-lasses. and ue enjoy witnessing de- is apparent that uvtixities rate high. Student Coun- tt-rntination and good sportsinanship as teams vom- Paqe Twenty-Six I -sofx K1 3-gf! gif 'gl -15 , - . N his , V1 N '? .'. -veg! ,QS Ai., 'yxlf' I FX 4' QA X Jw P, 1 ,.. -4 a H. ,4g....4- ..,,,,w.f.. lA as P -fi 11 Q.. ? ! Junior High Veterans Aql in scholarship. leadership. de- pendability. and just plain pep, the eighth grade has eoinpleted its adven- turous year us "big wlueel" of the Junior High School. ln preparation for new and more dif- fieult studies in the senior building next year. this determined eluss forged alwafl in the xziried Sulrjevts offered them. Many ul these future seniors were ut- trueted In general language. ln addi- tion to aequainling them with four for- eign IUIIQIIILIQICS. l'irc-in-li. lrulin. opanish. and llernian. they were aided hy this 1-nurse in the decision of uhieh language to pursue later. Une of the most sought after eleetix es -junior business-provided practical experienee as well as training in the effieient use of money and fundamental ,N Q 4 3:-: 9 0 s., The nelrly organized Nr-ierrrf' l'Iub ix one of the' nmst unlxiunfliny lIl'I'6lU1HI1FllfS uf the eighth grade. These young .wieritixfx C.l'Ul7llIlP s11e4'i1r1er1.w under the TOP ROW: Wood, Younq, Nclnnq, Klmqberl, Clark, Bow- xon, Reisenleiter, Boyne, Menen, dez. Moore. MIDDLE ROW: Mc- Court, Grocemun, Pluck, Schnei- der, Cupples, Reppy, Morqon, Shosserre Close Kell. BOT i 1 Y ' TOM ROW: Hcrrrinqton, Ran- dcxzzo, Dougherty, Schcrlfner Kohler, Cozort, Reisenlener, Nie- hoff, Bolling. TOP ROW: Herzog, Guxon Luberer, Moqerstzredt, Foelsch Utlzut, Kuhlmcn, Black, Anqle Shay, Lawson. MIDDLE ROW Christy, lohnson, Blair, Kmttel Anderson, Thorpe, White, Geise Ellerbrook, Burkholder, Seier Knight, Aberle. BOTTOM ROW Addison, VVeekS, Dolan, lones Dueker, Dreqer, Campbell Zykzn, lohnscn, Christensen Keele, Audrzin, Morale, Ho oem. TOP ROW: Gasaway, Garc- fulo, Kitzinqer, Dammkoehler, Weiss, Cook, Hartinq, Dunn, Courtney, Lawson, Rosenblatt, MIDDLE ROW: Virgin, Camp- bell, Emspancc, Hanks, Wight- man, Bartlett, Lefmarm, Lewis, Hawkins, Barrier, Ossmq, Ger- ichten. BOTTOM ROW: Lewis, Gihler, Teeple, Frerrchs, Lar kin, Mcranville, Winer, Merz, Fritz, Davis, Ncftsinqer. TOP ROVJ: Bother, Capstick, lchnson, Woerner, Brennan, Brose, Grass, Rothrock, Grote, Simon, Haynes, Stemmermari. MIDDLE ROW: Fisher, Zube-na, Kelly, Demetras, Nelson, Schild- knecht, Trostel, Swett, Schwartz, Lambert, Thacker, Beemari. BOT- TOM ROW: Parry, Miller, Welle. Merkle, Melson, White, Revelle, Voqler, Streit, Franklin, Carter, Thcmas. flt'fIll'1' xlmerllex, one of the farorites in junior speech, is llllf into effef-f. K-7' 1. I -I Leaders business knowledge. Anything from writing 1-ht-vks to lntdgeting 1-onstituted this inforniutixe suhjet-t. Xo wonder these girls and hors possess suvh poise! junior speech taught tliein tht- t'orret't principles of public speaking. emphasizing alll-important self-eonfidenve. Stage fright bet-anne ai thing of tht- past as expr-t'1er11-1-cl orutors dewloped. 'lusty dishes of all kinds were tht- trim of eighth grads- girls in junior vookingg tasty and well-lvalanved int-ails wa-rv zivliieied as they learned tht- value of good nutrition. Something new was added to the already lengthy list of eighth grade activities this year. The A. lf. T. or Junior Sr-ienee Club organized and immediately provided oppor- tunities for experience and entertainment of the svieiitifirally inclined. Led by Dick Gilman. president: Joann Herz. set-retary: and Clark Shay. treasurer. these young scientists entered tht- annual svienvt- fair and joined the Svit-rife lfluh of .Mtn-i'ic-a. Puqe Twenty-Nine TOP ROVV: Gilbert, Presley, Erdie, Hoefelmarin, Fewell, Smith, Dunkin, Malison, Vililhoft, Baldwin, Hartinq. MIDDLE ROVV: Mason, Ennert, Sparks, Tibbs, Orzel, Gilman, Mueller, Otis, Porter, Graham, Evans. BOT- TOM ROW: Beritel, Kern, Mc- Donald, Gardner, Thacker, Laws, Limberg, Gore, Goewert, Furman, Clayton. TOP ROW: Rolfiueyers, Yates, Held, Allendorf, Sheperd, Lub- ker, Holzhausen, Kirchofi, Mes- senbrinlc, Chambers, Masters, Fitzroy, Stis, Hoskins. MIDDLE ROW: Schroth, Morris, Beasley, Garst, Boone, Britton, Duke, Vloeller, Bemamin, Brown, Iones, Costello, Oppel, Branson, Har' ris. BOTTOM ROW: Beal, Nor- rish, Klceppel, M e ri e n d e z, Bachle, Smith, Tharenos, Max- well, Brzdcgett, Vleakly, Carroll. TOP ROVV: McGuire, Vhiqht Ottensmeyer, Heinsohn, Haynes Campbell, Herr, Brower, laces Ncrciman, Schneider, Kolkmeye: MIDDLE ROW: Moore, Staples Wood, Foote, McKnight, Wood Weldy, Schaifner, Ward, Roth eve, Carlson, Holland, Hila brand, BOTTOM ROW: Graves Biggs, Humm, Grant, Murphy Hard, Lane, Rayfield, Rumley Heslep, Smith, VVhitney. TOP ROW: Schneider, Casner Spaeth, Bruns, Foelsch, Winter Hermann, Payne, Eason, Her. ning, Reynolds. MIDDLE ROW W c c d, McOuay, Oberbeck Boone, May, Brauss, Rosen qelden, Carlson, Damerval Schneider, Simmons, Deiani BOTTOM ROW: Lantine, Lee Vollmar, R i e b e l, Kauiman Krebs, Pculton, Platt, Lapp Boggs, Mullin, Seekers of Knowledge Providing capable leadership for the student ley Keefe. se-cretaryg and Bill Garafalo, treasurer body, Junior Student Council officers, June Muel- guided the school through a commendable year. ler, presidentg Don Allendorf, vice president: Shir- When the Saga Court of Love and Beauty sum- Paqe Thirty N x xii? ' J ,A K Q iff" fifbc 22 a .f N f "ff.' Q1 ll 1 'A ', ' S no .1 !j'n at I,1g.. ' c 1 ll 'l f :xi gl, hw X as , ,, 4 'Q' -3.2 ...V I Q if .44 iv! X ' t I, :PMA Q, Q I 'TOC To..,.,,,,..q.,1 . --z-do -1 'K K . ,-.Q"' 1 'TNT' ' . 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Junior High Pacemakers Graduation seemed to be the uppermost thought of tht- ninth graders as they awaited their first diplomas. Un ,lune l. all their work seemed worthwhile as they were presented with tic-lcets to the senior sr-hool and offivially her-ame mem- hers of the senior group. For the first time. these students 4-hose their course of study from the three available eurrieula-saeademie. scien- tific. and general-as ninth grade suhjeets are a part of the senior sehool eurrieulum. For those who plan to enter eollege, the ueademie eourse offers a well-rounded stufly of language, history, math. st-ienve. and English. Pupils in the sf-ientifie course stucly a maximum of mathematics and sc-ienee. The general eourse ineludes electixes such as home eeonomies and industrial arts. With these courses in mind. they planned at-eordingly. im-lucling the required suhjeets: Class colors, class mottos- III'1'j1lSf rz feu' ofthe prohlenzx wonfrfniling ninth grrzrle offi- f'm'x: Presiflcnt, Roh Dono- rnn: riee prexiflerzf. John Lutz: seerelary. Jessie Thomp- .snng fl'I'fI-91ll'PI'. Don fliesson: math. eitizenship. English. gym. and music. Ninth graders undertook with a fine spirit their responsibilities. ln citizenship they learned about the Jlnrlern lmnve with its r-nlorful .Way Iferex inlriylzrex fnuny ninth grrrrie girls. L7 J! J Talented New .lays 1-onstitution and democratic procedure. Most students elected a foreign lan- guage and found the new tongue fun as well as interesting. X-Y-Z puzzled many a young Viking in the beginning of the year, hut alge- lmra soon became a favorite as algebraic forms took on new meaning. Although the talents of the Freshman Class are still in a period of develop- ment. the class promises many fine scholars. Maintaining an all A- or B- record on every report card during the year, twenty-two ninth graders had their names on both semester Honor Rolls. Led by Pat Creve, presidentg Molly Price. vice presidentg David Zumwalt, secretaryg and Marjorie Moore, treas- urer, the Junior Honor Society inducted thirty-one freshmen who had Success- "FimI the pieees and make it run," says Mr. Shin- na bargrir in sh op. Page Thirty Four TOP ROW: Gillmari, Thoms- son, Fischer, Snyder, Miller, Guariqlia, Mantel, Franklin, Free, Godfrey, Miller, Becke- meier, Willems, Niehoff. MlD- DLE ROW: Schuchman, Schroth, Schlotterbeck, Ryan, Varney, Volk, Cape, Slivinski, Grimes, Sinnard, Schwartz, Steinmeyer. 3OTTOM ROXV: Armstrong, luch, Powell, l-lammel, Evans, Vitale, Strassner, lobe, Capra, D. Strassner, Roeder, Roesch. TOP ROW: Pikey, Nelson, Stewart, Benoist, Wright, Eck- hardt, Shinnabarqar, S 0 e r, Abraham, Price, Bierbaum, Gel- ven, Eaton. MIDDLE ROW: Gar- lik, O'Brien, Balthasdr, Kelch, Piwowarczyk, Bunk, Kuntz, Meg- qers, Siege, Pulliam, Starks, Eberhardt, Rcesch. BOTTOM ROW: Schleusner, O'Cormell, Revelle, Carlson, Moore, Mas- ters, Shmnick, Byrd, Armstrong, Hamilton, Kehl, White, Van Beta. TQP ROW: loans, Travers, Szxnciers, Kelly, Thorpe, Srmth, Lorenz, Ashley, Slundrfx, l-irnkle, Hdrrrrr., Schultz, Nelson, Lock- heirt, Eencrst, IAIDDLE ROVV: llluller, Ulrrch, Bizrztes, Puff, Love, Cirey, Gillvei, Rjlhius, Fzsiher, Vfttks, Shixzjer, Lester, Putfrzpfzn, Cirque, ',','95g9fyggy-,, EOTTCM ROTI: Kuntz, Blue, Ed- wfrrds, Pcke, Zurry.-mlm, Ray, P. Smith, Tffrchiel, Epflnger, 'ffxdef ::.1:, Kcexrg, P1ers:n, Stiehlc, Stiley, f- Jlcne, Etnzz, Mal- TOP RCVI: l.ClLlSd1'l, DQGICQ, liCH'3V'Ili, Zzqeniuss, Blinky, Ec- wfrrds, Pursley, Fltzwzter, Lctz, lflfrnn, Stcten, l-lutson, Roth. MIDDLE ROVJ: Klose, Grubs, Schewe, Reed, Kern, Lchn, Stur- ien, lrhbcdert, Srms, Rrchter, lflr:Gee, Txgqes, Bites, lalunge., Pound, BOTTOM ROVV: Sum- mers, lyxvrs, Limb, Scrsre, MC- Kcin, Pullrzrx, Flexi, Tfrtqht, lffacre, Miller, Zelchz, Dzmels. llrippy jll'flfIIlf1ff'S 1111111 sgmfw-11 flrilv- gffirlimtifnt. of 1-rntrsv. Us for tht' rrry irnportrrnf 11 K, Their First Dipl mas fully mv! tht- roquirvmmrts of svrxivv. r-lrarartvr. scholarship anfl vitizf-nship. lfrithrifiustia-ally partivipatirlg in all zwtivitivs tha-sv "gu- gf-ttvrs" lvrnuglrt farm- to the-ir rlass in tht- wnrlrl of sports. "ll" fmvtlmll :mtl lmskt-tlmll 4-laimvrl the- ulvililivs of Dun Clit-ssmv. llonulrl :mtl llmrald fillilflgllil. :mtl Yr-rmm Smith. ln tht- sm-iul wvrlrl. Sally Dillard aml jum- Kurtv rvprv- scnlml tlle- vlalsf als qw-1-n vurifliflzltvs. Chosvn as must popu- lan' girl uml lmy lay tlwir Clzlssrnatrs. ,Ivan Allvn zlml Holi lltmman svru-rl in the- Saga Luurt. 511411-ssftilly Illf'PllIlxL' upper 4-lassnwn vnrrrpvtitiorx thc- Frvslmran Claws. led by vlass offivc-rs Bulb IDHIIUYZIII. prvsi- clvnt: julm Lutz. xive- president: Jesse rllhurnpsmnr. sevrvtary. and Dun Gif-ssms. ll'6iiSlll'Pl'. acvonrplislrecl muvh and slums prmniw uf happy high svhtml clays. Pfrqe Thirty-Five me 4 -- . 1. 1 ,Q-'ff . .4 Q 0 , A 9 , ., V , H A125 1 -I ' 2' 7 fb: - 1 ' A .1 1 . 4 A gf 4 Y L " Q as K ff Q M .1 .A I+' A - La . , 'V' H .x 'R 'I' f 1? , W y rs XV Q2 . VW . g ,VE ' 6 QT Yi lf' 1 -1 , K , 2.12 Y AM K, . U 'fa-I I - -' 8 . r1,L,w!i.n 'tu ,ffm .. v im 7 f -in ? 5 rtvfz I' ' ' ' 'V ' -. .VI Aw V IV YQ. 7 at 'Wifi wma' , J L ,. .. . , wi. N L! 9 . , .Q -1- J., , , ,4 I V A Wm. , 1 . , .-.. ? A , fx" f 9f?'?'? r as v X W V Q 51555 ,Q fp. ww' - n .. My ,W A Q -1 3 had . in A Q V - frwm, ' ' A :W I 3, K 'N If-,gb Gm. L V, ,ik X,.' ' 4 fx? , , I -JV'-2 2 'fi ' af A . if , 'v fd U ' Q w' ' Y Q, " ' K, 1? K - Q l ff. I 74" , H ,ea Q Wg K s4 1 4 ...fc Officers Steer Class Forward Corning through with the right answers. this 4-lass hreezed past the hardships of the tenth grade and has now produeed success in prae- tieally every field. .Xlthough interested in all aetixities. the tenth grader was still enthusiastie about his new studiesfstudies whit-h opened new worlds to his thinking. Theorems, angles. osmosis. eon- servation. the Dark Agesfwho wouldn't he fas- einaled? Based on foundations acquired in the junior sehool. these promising personalities are pre- pared to build a sound strueture of all-round knowledge. English is the only sulnjeet required: the rest of the course is up to eaeh individual. Une of the most popular electives is geometry. Students worked hard to prove theorems. to ap- ply them in a prac-lieal sense. and to master the tools they use. Various seientific courses are offered during 4,9 se LXX lmurliny their firms in Il rlefiilitely inuseuline Jerry are Ienth yrrirle offir-erx.' Pf'esir1enf. Rob Crousley: rice presi rlent. Ilorrlon Stone: .ver-refr1r'y. .VII l,rn1In1,' freriszrrer Vlrlrlf .llllllll-ffilf. the four years. hut hiology is the choice of most. World history is a "inust"g many livewire sophomores lieeome fluent masters of a foreign language. Sewing and woodworking or mechan- PIll'S1llII1l the pfixt. these filer! liistory stzzflents fake notes on .1If'.v. .s'kinner'x f1i.wei4,w.wioa1 of the Imrk Ages. Page 'Thirty-Seven TOP ROW: Fe-sennie-yor, Au- buchon, Hoops, Thacker, Amass, Smith, Stone, Gimple, Zettwock, Branson, Mahatty, Schneider. MIDDLE ROW: Van Leuven, Welle, Mattingly, 'vV1lkerson, Aubuchon, McGloshen, Loeser, Richey, Bergman, Schrmttel, Hamilton, Courtney. BOTTOM ROW: Pugliese, Warfield, Meek, Etlrng, Berlotti, Peet, Harrinqf ton, Barclay, Wilkerson, Mertz. TOP ROW: Kyle, Everson, West, Martin, Darnell, Donovan, Meyer, Iohnson, Miller, Punt, Vonckx, Nagel, Green, Wocet. MIDDLE ROW: Houchens, Weh- mer, Aubuchon, Hutchinson, Scaggs, Smith, Rothwell, Enq- lish, Comfort, La Russa, Richert, Davis, Crone, Mahony, Sans- souci. BOTTOM ROW: Fritz Norrish, Bohmer, Schroeder, Barker, Hutton, Burton, Var- daneqa, Trinell, Loucks, Prow, Harris, Hibbs, Neice, Hartbauer Grooms. TOP ROW: Young, Fields, Dunker, Laberer, Woods, Shas- sere, Brown, Burback, Garner, Going, Voss, Young, Port. MID- DLE ROW: Park, Hardy, Lie- brum, Cook, Kulp, Capra, Law- rance, Smith, Cowgill, Hender- son, Vogt, Bratton. BOTTOM ROW: Deuser, Arens, Mason, Willercl, Faerber, Iavarx, Wis- dom, Hardy, Beit, Schaedlich, Rosser, Kehl, Skelton. TOP ROW: Kneiser, Nick, Tanner, Rose, Burback, Krrne, Bock, Williams, Hudson, 'Nei- rner, Scott. BOTTOM ROW: Ray, Weber, Mullins, Buchanan, Taschner, Sinnard, l. a rn b, S tr e n g, Clawson, McCraw, Fuerst. Tenth Graders Make the Grade ical drawing attract many future-minded students. Lamb. secretary: and Clark Mahaffy. treasurer. To lead their class through this year these "g0- All sports were by these willing workers attacked gettersn elected as their class officers: Bob Crow- with vigor. Yarsity football and basketball claimed IPF- President: Gordon Stone. vice President: Al Dare "lied, Srnitlfs talcnts. Pctv Smith acldml Page Thirty-Eight Determined Students sophomore glamour to basketballg Roland Aubuchon won first place in the State wrestling meetf-a credit to any class. Surviving Rookie Week, Bob Crowley. Roland Aubuchon. Allan Wlaldron, Dave Smith and Verne Rothwell proudly became full-pledged Lettermen. Not to be outdone, Shirley Hibbs, Dorothy Belt, and Do- lores Rozier proved that the girls, too, can excel in team- work and fair play. Harnessing spectator enthusiasm to back the teams, cheerleaders Joyce Harris and Lorraine Frey contributed pep and determination to Viking spirit. Representing their class in the May Fete, Marlene Smith and Al Lamb were acclaimed most popular girl and boy of the tenth grade. Ill' Everything from frogs to flowers appeal to these -in- quisitire biology students. ist- To suphonzores. lzonwroonz means study. eramming and 1n'epf1r'ing for ll h-a-r-ll day. but the scene changes to glorious smiles and gaiety in a carefree after-school get-together. Page Thirty-Nine One to Go just one more year to go! Anxiously anticipating the title of "Seniors," thc eleventh graders have well prepared themselves for the many honors and re- sponsibilities to be undertaken next year. "The harder the march. the greater the victory." Taking their motto to heart, the Juniors have tackled and con- quered difficult subjects. New fields of work beckoned this year. Two one- semester courses open to eleventh grad- ers were American government and psychology. This knowledge of the functions of our government and of the mental makeup of human beings will be of special value to those interested in social welfare work. Future stenographers and business men entered the commercial depart- P G7 J 3 :ws "Our motto ix the lies! Junior Class erer. and 11 beautiful Prom for the Seniors to renzenzber us by." claim the enthusiastic officers of the Junior Class. XVI TOP ROW: Walther, Kyle McGauqhey, Williams, Glatz Napoli, Sanders, Pluth, Brancles Kniep, Nichols, Overstreet. MID DLE HOVJ: Iohnscn, Kehl, Bo karnper, McFarlari, Bartels Deem, Koermier, Pursley, Kriaer Bradley, McCocl, Mattlaqe BOTTOM ROW: Finell, Rey nolds, Marske, Smith, Marten Manzo, Nick, Thacker, Steve Loddeke, Griffin, Schleusner Grirnshaw. TOP HOVV: Roth, Tzxplin Dean, Gallagher, Mcanshme Hutchison, D u q q a ri, Kur Y, Wuerich, Kane, Darnell, MID- DLE ROW: P. Smith, Iohnstori Oliver, Strawn, Percival, Cheno: weth, Grbrich, Gimple, Neu- mann, Stevens. BOTTOM ROW: Rick, Trout, Limberq, Urani, Pruitt, Schott, Markmcmn, Keele McCann. TOP ROW: Cowiri, Buss, Roemer, Nothum, Leigh, 'Wztson, Bunker, Nichols, Bocne, Penson, Surkirrip, Steckert. BOTTOM ROVV: Eder, Overy, Hclzhiusen, lNl'11st1er, Grbrich, flzerkes, Beckemeier, Forester, Pikey, E w '1 l d, Aubuchon, Anccnz, qflser. TOP ROW: Bokumper, Puter, Luebbert, Fowler, Leslie, Wie- hclder, Sickcifus, King, rlzrlcins, Sorrels. MIDDLE ROW: Budde- meyer, Miller, Bradley, Brady, Koenig, Kyle, Prehn, Schulte, Monteil, Chouner, Free, Tebbe. BOTTOM ROW: Chcrpie, Runin, Glasqcw, Mocre, Mcnzo, Pen' ninqton, Zimmerman, Loddeke, Cook, Whettiq, Rick. The higher their speefl. the better their grade, So the gzrlx practice and practice their typing. Victory ln Sight ment, usually taking typing and shorthand. Here they looked forward to the busincss world. combining speed and accuracy with a thorough familiarity of all-important fun- damental techniques. Discovering the fascinating work involved in publishing the school paper. young journalists "found themselu-sn and decided upon ii career in thc news world. Offered advanced courses for the first time. this crop of seniors-to-be could take solid geometry and Algebra III. Juniors with scientific inclination were introduced to the intricate skills of ai chemistry laboratory. Paintings. pottery. statuettes and jewelry projects at- tracted ambitious hopefuls. Artists Hob Bore. Courier car- toonist. Donna Dean and Lillian Weeks added junior talent to art classes. ln the music sphere, this class gave upper classinen keen competition. Joe Labuta blew a 'ineann trumpet for Norse- rnen and Senior Orchestra. Silver-toned notes issued from Pxge Forty-One Preparing for Senior Life TOP ROW: Spriqqs, Nutt, Boemer, Marts, Major, Wehmer, Arter, Patt, Archibald, Taylor, Weidner, BOTTOM R O W : Bayne, Shellman, Borqschulte, Booth, Beatty, I, Miller, Weh- meyer, Haier, Vollmer, I. Gra- ham, Benning, Van Berg. TOP ROW: Openlander, Mc- Guire, Ruhland, G r u n e r, Schwab, Caqle, Braun, Rodgers, Cadanau, Mueller, Bell. MID- DLE ROW: Halliburton, Gasen, Kern, Shaffner, Oakes, Beach- ler, Hussey, Velten, Ferguson, Deuser, Schrader, Harbison. BOTTOM ROW: German, Ouick, Stutts, Olson, Krablin, Fritz, Montgomery, Bonney, Seatford, Chapie. TOP ROW: Wehlinq, Boenker, Kessler, O. Smith, Korte, A, Smith, Port, Jacob, Heman, Sprecklemeyer, Thimmiq, Sam- el, Sudbeck. MIDDLE ROW: Dockery, Schmidt, Witt, Tebbe, Bach, Caldwell, Poas, Thomas, Cantley, Wilmes, Borneque, Gunkel. BOTTOM ROW: Nord' man, Weeks, Shaw, Willer, P a r k s, McFessel, Schneider, Berameier, Vitale, Grable, Bridq- ett, N. Marten. TOP ROW: Zellman, Walker, Wood, Brisco, Dillard, Klasinq, Emert, Bond, Baldwin, Sinnard, Lubbert, Kunkler. MIDDLE ROW: Pouncey, Dunham, Dailey, Paul, Allison, Britt, Heinrich, Soer, Ftossner, Iohnson, Dunn, Schorr, Horst, Mansfield. BOTTOM ROW: M. Graham, Gardner, Masiakiewicz, Tinker, Franck, Martin, Grush, Drury, Sheppard, lunge, Roberts, Revelle, Bess, the throats and instruments of this music-minded ruptured first place in National Forensic League group. 1-ontests. Donna Dean and Marilyn Vogt joined the Spotlights focused on W-anda Koenig Jack Har- fornwr two to vornprise the Normandy Mutes. kins, stars of Tiger House. and Joy Bridgett as they A1-ting as Student Council vice president and Page Forty-Two Capable Cooperatives Student Court president, Sally Deem will follow up as Stu- dent Council president next year. ln the public eye as candidate for king or queen of a dance were: Jeanne Schott. Deane Tinker, Bonnie Franck. Betty Martin, Pat Wlilmes and Ken Dillard. Betty Martin and Russell Thimmig were chosen as the most popular girl and boy of the eleventh grade. 'fhrouffhout the 'ear these ener etic u 's and als were r- 5 g 5 l 5 lmusv sellinff school calendars and re arin to act as host , e P P g and hostess at the Junior-Senior Prom. Guided by Kenneth Dillard, residentg Denn ' Calla her, vice residentg Mar' P Y g P Y Ann Dunn, secretarvg and ,lack McCau he ', treasurer, the . g Y junior class gave the senior class a memorable evening "Dancing in the Darkf, Capable and cooperative, the class of '49 will certainly make an outstanding senior class. www' WW., i ""'w N "W W. .W Un hm' hm! report for Joitrnulisni, fllyra Gardner asks .1111 Niryers if he krzozrx any hot news for the f'ourier. f'f.l'1JlllllllIIfl hon' not lo he "typical women flI'll'f'I'S..' Jlr. Schrader eni1phoxi:e.v obeying traffic rules to beginning motorists. For the structure that we muse h Q hoe W 1 k C p e Pcxq Forty Fo HILDEGARDE JESS Fayorlte subject IS German hobby scrapbook wlll be a florlst after raduatlon WALTER CON RAD Walt llkes machlnes huntlng and flshlng future plans lnrlude brlcklaxlng VIORA FORBSHELL V Olrhe IS Glee Club and MlXCd Chorus llkes to swlm excels ln shorthand plans to work ln 0fflCC after graduatlon NORMAN STOECKER Prefers chemlstry phy ICS IS a lover of muslc spends spare tlme ICC skatlng a sclence course at Washlll ton Unlverslty s Steaks destlnatlon after graduatlon AlNlNA BRAUN Dependable Ann enjoys glrls sports TrlY Ger man Club hopes to go on to college after graduatlon ED SCHOEIX DHVIC llkes Amerlcan Golernment huntlng alld base ball are hlS hobbles wlll go to college and major ln buslness admlnlstratlon IO ANN BRATTOA J prefers muslc or ten HIS llkes to whlle away tllne Slllglllg IIVC ln glrls sports wlll work after grad uatlon SHIRLEY WHITEAKER HODDICS are sewlng Skatlng and blcycle rldlng Slgma Tau Sororlty MlX8d Chorus un dCCldCd about the future PEGGY SCHA PER P g wlth the beautlful blatk hall actlve ln glrls sports Vlklngettes secre tary of Orchesls 4-7 Sugar Plum ueen danclng IS her faworlte subject alld pa tlme wlll major ln danclng and attend college at MHdlSOH WISCONSIN ELMER TIGGES Tlggle spends hlS spare lllllf? horseback rldlng and swlnlmlng llk9Q Me chanlcal Drawlng wlll go to Rankln Trade School after graduatlon GLORIA COKElN BACH Glow llkes to ew hobbles are muslc danclng and l'JOMllIIg wlll go to Miss HlCkCy s Buslness School after grad uatlon ANDY BEAMAN Good l00klIlg Andy llkes psychology spends pare tlme as soda jerk at O Connel s plans to attend St LOUIS College of Pharmacy after grad uatlon MARLENE HAUPT LIRCS to type collects record member of Senlor Orchestra Mlxed Chorus Glrls Glee Club wlll go to Central College and take a busl ness course DON RETKOWSKI Mlxed Chorus Glee Club falorlte subject Hls tory plans to go to Southeast Mls ourl State College LEE COOPRIDER Mlxed Chorus Art Soclety and Hockey called Shorty by those who know her unde clded about the future BOB BLATIUNER Llkes hlstory actlxe ln track hobbles are stamp collectlng and baseball plalls for the future undeclded LOIS BARKFR Mlxed Chorus TrlY Pep Club hobby IS : 1' - 3 ' . . 7 - g . l - I G5 ' 75 ' ' U ' 7 5 ' ,' - ' . ta -H9 ' h - . 1 , ' s . 7 Z ' s 5 ' I I , "S , 'Q . . . 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MARY GAINES: Black-haired 6'Mury,'g belongs to Quill and Scroll, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, oil painting is her hobbyg will study nursing at St. ,lohn's Hospital after graduation. BOB GRISHAM is a warbler in Mixed Chorus, favors Mechanical Drawing and baseball: will go to Rankin Trade School and major in draft- ing. PAT RYAN: nickname "Irish" fits Pat to a "TM, active in girls' sports: member of Mixed Chorus and Tri-Y, a secretarial job is in Pat's fu- ture. ED POTTER: 6'Pots'? keeps the gym floor sizzling with his basketball, but also rates as presi- dent of Senior Student Councilg one of the five most popular fellows in the senior class. AITDREY WILKERSON: Likeable "And" adds her voice to Girls, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus: likes History: will study to be a beauty operator after graduation. JIM WOOLDRIDGE: All-around go od guy 'iBoogs"g treasurer of senior class and one of the five most popular fellows of senior classg r-hosen Best Boy Citizen, Journalism will be his major at Page Forty-Six Our today l l Lorenz Boenker Gardner and yesterdays Missouri University. ROSE PASSALACQUE: Friendly "Rosie" finds art a favorite subject as well as a hobby of hers, will attend Wlashington University and major in dress designing. ALFRED BROOKS: "Al" can be found when needed in Me- chanical Drawingg his favorites are baseball and model airplanes, after high school plans to learn electrical refrigeration. KENNETH LORENZ: Bet- ter known as "Knute'ig has been active in all sports from the time he was a sophomore through his senior year, was secretary of the junior class and captain of the '48 basketball teamg can be found almost any time of the day in his favorite hideout, the gym. IDA BOENKER: Sweet, charming "Hinky',g most popular girl in the eighth grade and member of Junior Honor Society, active mem- ber of Tri-Y, Orchesisg Fashion Editor of Courier, will go to Rubicam Business School after gradua- tion. PAT BARNER: Cute, popular "Pat"g Assist- ant Editor of Courier, School Life Editor of Saga, secretary of Quill and Scroll: one of the five most popular girls of the senior class: Valentine Queen of '48, future plans include college after gradua- tion. JIM GARDNER: "Mij"g hobbies are play- ing the harmonica, golfing and bowling, Mixed Chorus, Boys, Glee Club, Hi-Y, will go to Wash- ington University and study law. JERRY ANN STUDT: Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, she keeps a scrapbook of school activities: will go to busi- ness college. EARL PRIMEAF: "Pris" did a good job as treasurer of Student Council, likes Chem- istry but his main interest lies in sports, will study engineering at Washington University. DORRIS LABERER: '5Dorrie,' picks sewing as her favorite subject and hobbyg Art Society keeps her busyg will go to Washington University and study dress designing. CHARLES HUNT: Football, track. Hi-Y, History holds "Charley's', interest, will go to William Jewell and study for the ministry. GERRlE GRANT: With a laughing smile, active in girls' sports, Tri-Y. Vikingettes, Girls' Sports Editor of Saga, English is a favoriteg college un- decided. KENNETH WILMAS: "Ken,' likes Wood- working, Music, will go to Rankin Trade School and study air-conditioning. JEAN SMITH: "Smit- tyug Senior Orchestra, Norsemeng likes History and Music, will go to Central College. JACK HAR- RISON: Liked by everyone, member of Hi-Y, likes ice skating, will go to Washington University. MARY SCHROEDER: Better known as "Lou,', Mixed Chorus, favorite subjects are music and English, loves ice skatingg will go to Tallahassee College. EDWINA DANIEL: "Eddie', warbles with Mixed Chorus, likes typing, likes to swim, horseback ride, will be nurse. JACK IMMELL: Favorite subject, Art, Mixed Chorus, Hostelersg likes to swim and horseback ride, will go to St. Louis College of Pharmacy. PAT MCCLARNEY: "Foby" favors History, Gamma Sigma, Tri-Y, Mixed Chorus, baseball fan, future undecided. SY'-ldt Primecu Lcxberer Hunt Grant Wilmcs Hcxrrxson Smith Schroeder Daniel Immell McC1cn'ney Page For ty-Seven Are blocks with which we hulld wqgggmtd Ltt S le WM EZ EEUFO 'U yn 'fx o -3 m -Q E' Ltt o BETTY LOTT Belt enjoys pou11d111 a tyfpewrlter fayorrte act1y1ty 1 yum mlng vylll go to bus1nes college after graduatlon ALVIN ROUSE Curly headed Al yoted best loolclng boy 1n the senlor class ba eball art1 h1 fayorne subject as vyell a h1 hobby MARIE LOTT Mary l1ke to type fayor1te ac tlyltles mclude Xylmmlng and danc1n buslness college follows graduation BOB F SMITH Bobs fayor1te PHSIIHIC 1 base ball lzkes Souology llIldCLldCd about the future MYRINA OLSON Cute energehc Myrna flddled 111 Orchestra Glrls flee Club Mlxed Choru played the part of Ranee 1n the enlor play CHARLES ,IACKSOIN Enjoy huntmg I-lhlllt. a11d sports mgs mth the Mlxed Choru and Boys flee Club plans to HIIBIIKI XX ash lIlgiOI1 or M1 ourl LIIIYCTQIIQX to study conseryatlon DELORES McCANN Smll mg Dede prefers shorthand collects QOUXCHIFS wlll tudy further at IVI HlLkCyS RUTH SAILER EIIIIIUSIZISIIC artlst h0bblC are readmg and dfilvylll IS actrye 1n Mlxed Chorus Trlple TTIO a11d Art Soclety her chosen career 1 11ur 111 ROSE MARY GEINTNER The grrl wlth the shmlng red hair dellghts her elf 111 HISIOTQ but wlll go to buslness school after graduatlon enjoys Mlxed Chorus and Swllllllllllg STLART ROTHER Bu smooth trumpet player track football tend trade school ,IACQUELIINE WUI, FERS CIFIS Clee Club lop ma anne seller ln 47 Student Councll pldllil play mg IS her hobby llkeable ,lackle evccell 111 Math yylll go to Harr1s Teache1s Col lege GLEINN SMOCK Smocky loye Vlath nyoy yylmmmg and collect shells Army w1ll get hlm lXAlXCY FARlX HAM Qulet and dependable ban IQ actlye 1n Mlxed Chorus Orchestra Courler Glrl Glee Club Student COUII c1l was good 111 her part ln the CIIIUI' play WIII go to Central College a11d ma yor 111 muslc ELCEINE CERFAI X E I IS qulte the braln fallklll fourth 111 the clas fay orlte subject 1 Math h1 destlnatlon 1 Wa hlngton Lnlyerslty and mayor ln Phy ICS RITA HLRTT Glrl Glee Club Mlxed Choru prefers typmg loye to malce her oyyn clothe RICH XRD BARTELS The mechanlc tall bIOIld Tlch lntere ted m mechanlc yylll t tend Hadley School of Technolooy and major ln a mechanlc course RLTH BLR ROLGHS Red 1 partlal to Latm Amerl , f jg , sa -2 - , - U n ' L F Q ' ' ' ' S S ' - Q ' S ' ' ' ' . 44 . as 99 Y - - Y - ' - 5 s g s s ' . 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' .S . . 7 ' - , L : H ,. .S . . .- Q e 1' - 1 othmg u eless rs, or low can Hlstorj , he IS aetne ln Mlxed Chorus Red IQ an ardent record fan her future plans mclude a secretarial rareer JOANNE BUCHANAN Joey treasurer of Art Souetw drawlnff and Qlllglflg are her fax orltes, Cape Girardeau 1 her destlnatlon after h1 h school to ma jo ln rt ARl..lNE WOLF Wolfle loves to make her own clothes and does a good job of lt her hobby IS Lollettlnff sou venlrs, after graduatlon she plans to take up nurslnff but as to where IS undeuded DICK BOKAVIPER Popular Dlck football tratk Saga, setretarw of H1Y ure presldent of the junlor and senlor classes most popular boj ln the eleventh grade and one of the fue most popular e ows lll the senlor class IQ uncleu e where he wlll go to college DORIQ BUR L ON Dor lxkes to type Mixed Chorus danung IS her hobby, Wlll go to business school NORMAN TEEPLF Oxjclol hobbies are fanoelnff plaunf' baseball and QWIIIIITIIIIU, be wants to be a traxelmv salesman after hlgh school MARCELLA RICHTER Enjoys SIIIUIII' ln the MlXEd Chorus, hobbles are danclng roller and ue skatlng, wlll attend a bus: ness colleve DAVID ROCHE Dave IS a member of Vllxed Chorus Psxchologx and Auto Mechanus are his favorltes, wlll work or rejom the Merrhant Marines after graduatlon Date sans he also llkes to swlm JOH CRAWFORD qw eet and lfelafzng on lhe ffllllllll? are the ten most populm senzrns 10111011 I lzfule I Doblmz 11 Bianflrm fu I mule I1 HKIRIIIIIIJPI F Pofter I Bauman I Wooldnflqe P Bruner and I Steuart qulet ,loj IS a member of the Senlor Or chestra MlXCd Chorus likes Art and Srl enre, she has an IIllCI'CQtlflg hobby f working wlth flaw has not mflde up her mmd whether to go to Wllllam YVoods or Washmglon lnnersltw but wlll major ln pre nursmg Bcxrtels Burroughs Bu chcmcm Wolf Bokcmper Burhson Teeple R1chter Roche Crawford Page Forty Nme I 1 Q V .M U S . . 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Bw W 11 Roo 1 ELMER WILLIAMS Better known as Curley Engllsh IS hlS faxorlte ubject pastlme IS llsten mg to record IS undeclded about college MARY LOU BROWN Butch llkes horthand Mlxed Chorus has a Lhlna dog collectlon w1ll major 1n shorthand and Spanlsh at Mls our1 Lnnerltx HAROLD KLIIXE Chuck H1 Y Student Coun c1l huntlng and flshlng favorlte pastlme Wlll go lHt0 lNasy after hlgh school SHIRLEY HENKEL Llkeable Shlrl enjoys all glrls sports favorlte subject 15 typ n hobbx 1 Xilnlllllng undeuded about future NORMAN BARTLETT Bart llkes Mechamcs faxorlte pastlme 1 photography decided about the fu ure LLCILLE HEINRICH Sweet blonde Lue llke horlhand txplng cloth mg member of Tr1Y plans to be a stenographer MACLEAN DAVIES Mat lxkes Math a11d Fco Il0ll1lLS Mlxed Choru hobbx 1 read111 wlll goto elther Harr1s Teachers College or Wa hlngton Um xerslty SHIRLEY ROBERTSON Better known as Robble pre 1dent of Tflx Vlklngette Benlor Orrhestra Clee Club IJI'0SldCIlt of u1ll and gcroll Managlng Edltor of Sa a and Feature Edltor of Courier loses Journallsm hobbx IS sport wlll probably go to MIQSOUTI Lnner lts and major ln Journallsm. DALE KLALSMAN: 'Klau-meyer is P ge Pity Each thin v Q m its place IS best waluable 3ddltl0Il to Senlor Orchestra 'Norsemen football track a member of H1 Y llkes hlstorw and ICE skatlng favorlte saymg Great w1ll go to M1 sourl UHlYCfSlly DORIS BEQUETTE Jean llkes hor eback r1d1ng and sports can awaw be seen SITIIIIII Eng1h 1 a faxorne hobby 1 readlng want to be a bookkeeper JERRY BINGAMAN Bmg fawors h1 tory en joys huntmg and flihlll when the sun shlnes he can be found taklng p1cture w1th h1 mov1e cam era po tgraduate plans are a rallroad job BOB K SMITH Smltty the llfe of the party foot ball track manager of ba ketball member of Lettermens Club and H1Y w1ll attend Drake B J lowes shorthand member of Glrls Clee Club and Mlxed Chorus hobby IS collectmg dally poems from the new paper after graduatlon she plans to work ln an 0fflL6 DARLENE KNIGHT Dar llkes to tvpe hobby IS readmg w1ll work 111 OfflLE after graduatlon ED HOLSCHEN Ed Plane Geometry 1 h1s favor1te subject hobby IS bu1ld1n model a1rplanes undeclded about the future JANET STEVENSOW Stese IS 1n lVI1xed Choru Glrls Glee Club HISIOTY IS her favorlte ubject ewlng IS her hobby w1ll do ecretarlal work after hlgh school HOWARD BONEBRAKE Bonehead BCIIVC 1n track mem ber of Chemlstry Club fawor1te past1me 1 pho tography w1ll attend Washlngton Lnlversltv and major 111 LICIILC MARIAN LASSAUER MOUSIC llkes HISIOTQ collect classlcal records always seen w1th Lu and Dons undec1ded about the future LARRY HLRTT Faxorlte subject IS mu IC recened honorable n1e11t1on 1n mu IC w1ll go to Westmm ter Collebe after raduatlon VIRCIL FITTJF I actne 111 Nor emen Senlor Orche tra and Band member of debate team l1kes PIIWSIC Chem1strj pend pare t1me 1ce skatlng he wlll attend Westmm ter College after graduat1on and 111ajor 1n clenfe GRACF GROCEWIAN Cracle owe to ew l1ke archers typlng her e ubject she wlll take a dres deslgnmg coure after hlgh school days are oxer DAVID OTTEN a good game of golf wxll go to Rankln Trade School afte1 g1aduat1on DORIS MARXER Dor loxes to dance actlve 1n g1rl port Orche1 dancrng and txpml. are her IHYOFIIC ubject her hobby IS Cklllg wlll do ecretarlal work after I"lfIl13Il0ll JIM DAY IT Bla1kha1red ,lm IS a member of Student COUIILII llkes HISIOIV h1s hobby 1 a11v k1nd of 11rcr'1ft after hlgh school he w1ll to to XVHSIIIII ton LIIINCFSIIB and major 111 law JEAN SCI-IAETTLER Sllllky llkes Hls ton Jean 1 .111 artne IIICIIIIJCI' of Camma S1 ma Tr1Y Wrlter Club CIICIUI try Club Youth Hostel I roup her hoblnes are campml. and f1 hmg she w1ll o to lNo1thwe tern after graduat1on from chool a11d tudv sclence Kmqht Hoelschen Stevenson Bonebruke I-GSSG'-161' Hurt! 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I I And what seems but lclle show vveagyom 3 4"'f4..4lm, Nbl P q Fity'I' DOROTHY OVERSTREET Dotts Lou CIFIQ Glee Club GHIHIIIH Slgma and Mlxed Choru her IHYOTIIC ubject 1 H1 tory hobby 1 katmg vslll go to col lege but underlded where RLSSELL ZSCHOCHE Yoeh IS a member of Stu de11t Count 1l Latln Club Debatm Dra matlt llke Math 111ll to to St oul I,1111er 1t1 or M1 our1 Lnner ltx and ma jor Ill flnanee and atcountlng ,IEAlNlNE PALMER ,Ieanme l1keS art member of 1VIlXEd Choru Student Counul Art SOKICIQ Courler ulll and Stroll IIOIJIJIC are dramng a11d pamtmg sslll attend Lnner ltj of Southern Ill11101 and major 111 art GENE SWANK Countrw I 11a1 haS mth h1m that frlendls Hello captam of the mlghtw 1-8 football team f11or1tt pa tnne 1 ue Skatlnz. treasurer of JUIIIOI' claw plans to attend Lnner 1t1 mf Indlana DOLORES PRATER QIIOTIX faxoxlte Subject tlot lllg collect rel1g1ou poetry v11lI to to Salxa ll0ll Army Txalnmg Colle e IOHN O HAVER ,Iohnnx 1 aotne Ill fmotball Mlxed ChoruS am tlme xou 11eed h1111 look 111 PhSS1LS tla hob 1 1 olf pla11 to major III math or suence at St Lou1s LIIIXCFSIIB LOIS HFlNICKE Lolslco faxorlte ubject are mu ll 111 n an pl Ulllg the plallll loves to type 11111 work after graduatlon JOYCE GRASS The gal 11 o IQ alway mlllng attne ln glr Sport member of Tr1 Y OreheS1 Cheer leader SWIITIITIIIID 1 her hobbx w1lI g to Culxer Stockton Colle e after tradua llon ELIZABETH ROTH LIL has out tandlng BIHIIIN lll art member of Art So rletx Mlxed Choru Orchesls Tr1Y Wrlt erS Club 111Il attend Wa hmgton I HIXCI IIS and major 1n art JIM STERLING Hobb1e are 11r1t1n ialflplllg and hunt mg member of Chem1Strs Club Box C lee Club NX r1ters Club w1ll go to Okla homa Umxer lt? and major 111 eol0gS ROSEVIARX TROTTER Member of Cer n1an Club Saga Tr1Y llkes h1 torx bob IIIE' are read1n and dramatu sull na jor 1n Soual Serxlre at WIIIIHIU Jewell College CLARENCE 'NOBLE Pat llke Amerltan Gmernment and mu ll hobbs IS llstenmg to the radlo wlll go to St LOUIS Lnlx er ltx and Study dentl trw AR LENF QLANTE Hobby IS Sessln slng 1ng1 a fa1or1te plan after graduatlon are lndeflnlte DW AIN KINZEI R ppx 1 a Sea Stout hobbs 1 sa1Img 1s1ll work after graduatlon ROSE MARIE ROOT Ro le faxors hl tory llbrarv asslstant I . 54 T sa, - 9 - ' . 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' S - , A S , 1 .4 - 57 - - - 5 ' - S 'Q ' I cz e 1 - wo Strenghtens and supports the res tollectlng records IS her hobby wlll go to Southeast MIQQOUFI State College after ,raduatlon R A L P H BREKEBREDE Spends hls spare tlme wlth HLll0IIl0bll6S member of Orchestra fasorlte ubjett Engllsh wlll go to work after graduatlon DARLENE CRAWFORD Sweet qulet Darlene llkes IDUSIL member of lVllxed Chorus collects SOUYCHIFS of dlfferent states after raduatlon plans to do secre tarlal work DON CHAPMAN Bat f lors Auto Meehanlcs IHUSIL 19 hls hobby undeclded about the future COLLEEN TIBSLEY Lonnle warbles wlth the Mlxed Chorus and llkes shorthand South east MISQOUFI State Colle e IS her de tlna tlon BOB COLE Beau member of HIY and llkes to draw IS a character when he wants to be max to to NIIQQOUII llnlvelslty BEVERLY FICKWIEYER Bel f'lVOIS hlstory hobble ale stflmp colleetln roller skatlno and art member of Trl Y wlll o to lvslshln toll Llllxel slty DOLCLAS BETT Auto Wlecllalllc IS .1 falorlte of Dc u s SGIIIOI' Orches tra alld Hand methanlc alld alrplanes arc hobhles llllgllll JUIH Arms Alr Corps PAT PRY Blonde blue eyed Pat aetlve III Art Soclety Courlel hobby l oll palntlll wlll o to Hfldles COIHIIICI' ual Art School after raduatlon WIL LIAM STRASSER Blll llkes Arthltet tural Drawln member of HlY rafln IS a obbs alan t at end L C Inf Illulr 111 leeplnq 111111 Normandy fldlll fum lmmls Ilf olrle cane healing the 111199 Pol ms lo IXPII lflllllll pIPs1fICI1tofHlP Iunzm fluss VIRC INIA S1 EWART CIIIIIS wlth the tharmlnt, IJCli0Il8llly fc Fflllfll' of S1 a seeretarx of Honor s0fl6lX bet CIULPII of the class of 18 one of the fue mo t popu lal lrls of the senlor c ass plan to ma lor ln IIGIICP at colle e B kebrede Crawford Chdpmdfl TIHSISY C019 Pcxqe Flfty Three tf U . 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A. s- 2 ' g. re 4 Eickmeyer Beit Pry Strcrsser SiGWC1Ii McGee H Willis Hoeffner Miller Ossenschmidt Brockmcxn DALE HOEFFNER: Member of Writers, Club, Chemistry Club, took part in the senior play, hobby is making movies and painting, will study foreign languages at Missouri University. MAR- ,IORIE MCGEE: Sweet '6Margie7', was best citizen in tenth grade, Honor Society, Mixed Chorus, Clee Club, Tri-Y, Orchesis, likes Chemistry, her hobby is sports. DON WOLF: "Wolf" spends spare time pumping gasoline at Bill's Service Station, treas- urer of Quill and Scroll, vice president of Hi-Yg likes Math, will study Engineering at Washington University. NAOMI OSSENSCHMIDT: Member of German and Latin Clubs, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Math is a favorite, plans to be a nurse after graduation. JO ANN YVILLIS: flow likes music theory, member of Senior Orchestra and Band, hobbies are playing the piano and trombone, will do office work after graduation. CECELIA RYAN: "Cece" picks English as a favorite, likes to play the piano, will go to Vilashington Univer- sity and major in dress designing. DON BROCK- MAN: "Don" likes to skate, read, and write, mem- ber of Chemistry Club. Courier, Writers, Club and Quill and Scroll, Editor in Chief of Courier, will go to Washington Lniversity and study Journalism. RUTH MILLER: Charming "Ruthie'i: member of Wolf Ryan agen Page Fifty-Four Else our Flcxch Hcmners Schneider Sinovich lives are incomplete, Senior Orchestra, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, likes Physics and English, made a pretty St. Pat's Queen, may go to Elherst to study pre-nursing. JERRY HAGAN: Always good for a laugh, "Jerry" was voted the wittiest fellow in the senior class, likes Psychology, swimming is his favorite pastime in the summer, undecided about the future. CAROL FLACH: Spends her spare time horseback riding and swimming, member of Gamma Sigma, favorite subject is art, plans to go to James Milli- kin College. DON HANNERS: "Nod" always has a crew cut, gym is his favorite subject and hobbies are eating and sleeping, member of Saga, Chem- istry Club, Hi-Y, Lettermen's Club, active in foot- ball and wrestling, undecided about college. SAM SCHNEIDER: l'Champ7' favors Chemistry, enthu- siastic member of football, wrestling, Hi-Y, Let- termenis Club, will study Chemical Engineering at Rolla School of Mines. LA VERN SINOVICH: Can always be found pounding a typewriter in the Courier office, hobbies are horseback riding and swimming, member of Orchesis, will work in an office after graduation. DOROTHY ALLEN: S'Chris" likes art, collects stamps and hair styles, appeared as guest on Vox Pop, will take nursels training after graduation. JIM NOKLEY: White- headed HNoke" made an outstanding left end for the '48 football team, member of Lettermen's Club, Hi-Y, plans to go to Southeast State Col- lege after graduation. SHIRLEY AMASS: Pretty "Shirl,', member of Tri-Y, Gamma Sigma, favorite subjects are typing and shorthand, will go to Miss Hickey's Business School after graduation. BILL TURNER: "Billy is active in Orchestra, drum ma- jor of the Senior Band, Xorsemen, favorite sub- ject is Chemistry, hobby is collecting stamps, will major in medicine at Washington University. CATHERINE LOTT: Better known as "Kate',, art is a favorite, hobbies include horseback riding and roller skating, will probably do office work after graduation. RUSSELL WHITE: Although new at Normandy this year, l'Russ" has made a big hit, outstanding in football and wrestling, likes pub- lic speaking, will go to Washington University and study law. GLENN BALLINGER: "Moose" added his weight to the football team, member of Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y, Latin Club. Lettermenis Club, un- decided about college. BETTY MEHL: "Bet" fa- vors typing, reading is a hobby, will be a typist. RAY BRENNAN: Better known as "Ray-Rayv, keeps them swooning with his crooning, plans to attend Washington University. ELOISE NAVY: '4Egg" loves history, Gamma Sigma, hobby is reading, will take nurse's training. JERRY DEUTCH: MJ. D." favors history, hobbies are stamps and gardens, will go to business college in September. IYORMA JONES: Norma,s hobbies are swimming and playing the piano, member of Student Council, German Club, will take up nurs- mg. Allen Nokley Amuss Ballinger Mehl Brennan Turner C. Lott White Navy Deutch Jones Pcxqe Fifty-Five Standing IH the walls of tlme, ty oed GY Vql W BOB L JONES Falorlte ulljelt bookkeepln hob nes are hu11t111 a11d flghlllt, plan to Xltlfk and go to l'JUQlI16 s school ALMACLASQ Xl llke to tlpe evung and l0Olxlll are her hobble lull do elletallal llork after raduatlon AL FRED COOK Qulte the UCIHUS ls Al SCIIIOI' Band and Ollhe tra horsemen Honor Qolletl top lanklng student of the enlor clas plan to go to college and major III Qtl6lltC MARY ,lAlNE HIL LIARD ,lane falols al ebra alld hort hand hoblne are Ltllltflllll old lnonel and stamps lull go to St Louls Lnller sltl BOB CRAVES Short ood natured PICTHCC Latln Club HlY llkes all sport lull go to Mlssourl Lnllerltl MOLLY KlRKlVlAlN Gute Molly member of Gamma gl ma and Courler p XCh0l0 l IS a falorlte vull o to Ml sourl UHIXCT sltl TOM MOUNTJOY Mountl llkes woodworkmg steerln commlttee lull work on the lallroad after rraduatlon VIILDRED SCHRODER Mlllle llke horthand Svllllllillllb a11d Cillllplllg plal hockey and althell DUSIIICSQ school IS hel destlnatlon after hl ll sthool DON JOER DING Good lookln Don llkes to hunt and flsh falollte subjett IS math plan to IYIIJOI 111 lole trl at NV3ShlI1gl0Il lnl lersltl JI DY WENTWORTH .luds IS attlve 111 gllls sports Tflx falor to Colle e MARIS GARY The al llho can make the blades rut the lee llk6S to read journallsm and psltholobl are her fal orlte sulljelt lull o to M1 soull T nl lersltl ADDREY LLSLIE Gute blonde Aud llke horlhand hobbles ale e lllc, and plano play IH lull do etletarlal llork after graduatlon FRANGID VOF IFR Tlnlel lole to dlall HIY Mlxecl Clllllllg flghlllf: and hlllltlll ale Ulllf' of hls falollte pa lllllltfi he lull o to XSOIL after I'3dll3t10ll from hl h school ANNA ll LHWIER Bleezl IS qulte the bu l glrl Vllth Glee Club Gamma Slbma Couller T11 N ulll and Scroll llkes mu It e Ill and kllllllll lull attend Gull er qtotk ton College and major III 01131 clente ANGELO DeGARO Snookl loles port and lloodllorkln model alrplane take up a lot of hls pare tlme h lull 1 to PalkS All College ,IANF LINDSAN 5ll6Ct blonde ,lame lb a palt of Glrl Glee Gluh llllxed Ghoru llke offlce mathme and tollett photo raph lull 0 to busme school EIGENE HOFF VI N E e l altlle III football H N I I 1 A H - . 1 A f: ' ' s ' ' is . 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Orchesis. and Mixed Chorus: secretary of Tri-Y: English is her favorite subject: will go to Missouri Lvniversity and study nursing. RICHARD TAY- LOR: Class 'GA7' artist: president of Art Society: active in Hi-Y. Circulation Editor of Saga: out- standing in track: plans to make industrial design- ing his profession. BETTY WEST: '5B0ops,, fa- rors shorthand: hobby is china dogs: will attend business school. if she doesnit go to college. J0- SEPH SIEGLER: Better known to his friends as "Jacku: sings with the Boys' Clee Club: likes psy- chology: baseball and basketball are among his faiorites. li.-XRHXRA BOEDEKER: i'Barb" is an active member of Spanish Club and Tri-Y: likes English: hobbies are swimming and playing the piano: will attend Culver Stockton College. CHARLES COST.-XXTINOL: "Charlie" is a mem- ber of Senior Band. Orchestra. and Xorsemen: likes trigonometry: will go to St. Louis lnstitute of Music. YIRCINIA HALCK: 4'Cinny'i can al- ways be found pounding a typewriter and swim- ming: plans for the future undecided. BOB PAINTER: 'Pointerw is a member of Lettermen's Page Fifty-Eight Stumble, Moy Mcmies Smith Hawkins CIS they seek to climb. Club, Hi-Yg football and wrestling: architect drawing is a favorite: will work after graduation. BIDDY HOYVERY: "Bitsi': member of Tri-Y: col- lects postcards, loves math: future plans are in- definite. FLORENCE MAY: Sweet, likeable HFION is active in Mixed Chorus and Tri-Y: favors psy- chology: may go to college: if so, plans to major in math. DALE MAXIES: '4Satch" is a hard- working member of Hi-Y and Mixed Chorus: his- tory is a favorite, bowling and horseback riding are his favorite activities. JOHN SMITH: iflohnnyii is kept busy with Steering Committee and Student Council: boating and horseback riding are his chosen hobbies, will go to college and study en- gineering. B A R B A R A HAWKINS: Laughing "Barb" filled her job as Saga Editor of classes quite well: Third Page Editor of Courier: is a member of Quill and Scroll, Tri-Y, and Mixed Chorus: will attend De Pauw Lniversity after graduation. BERNARD WATERS: "Berrien is an outstanding personality in sports, football, basket- ball, and baseball: member of Lettermenis Club and Hi-Y: enjoys sleeping best of all but college will cure that. PEGGY CARRIKER: nPeg', is a member of Mixed Chorus: fond of senior home making and roller skating: likes to sing: will do office work after graduation. BOB JONES: Favor- ite subject is sociology: hobby is swimming: he is a member of the Y.M.C.A.: will work as a re- tail clerk. SHIRLEY BOHNE: Sweet. attractive blonde: lends her talents to Orchesis, Tri-Y: Or- ganization Editor of Saga: plans to attend business school. GENE FREDERIC: "Speed,, gets his nick- name from his hobby, which is flying: may go to college: if not, he will work with his father in the construction business. PAT REED: Cute and tiny uPat'7 is active in Tri-Y, Archery, Saga, and Senior Steering Committee: vice president of Span: ish Club: will go to Culver Stockton College and study social work. JOYCE ALSMEYER: Joyce is a member of Gamma Sigma: psychology is her fa- vorite subject: will go to Washington University. LOUIS MATLSTIK: "Matui' likes auto mechanics: model airplanes take up some of his spare time: he may work in an auto shop after graduation from high school. MARCELLA HEUMAN: Always full of fun and ideas in her many activities which in- clude Tri-Y. Vikingettes, Quill and Scroll, Courier, Archery, Orchesisg voted the wittiest girl of the senior class and puts her talents to good use: un- decided about the future. HENRY HENDERSON: Likes drafting: hobbies are hunting and fishing: MButch,, came to Normandy in September and after graduation plans to become a carpenter. AR- LENE SCHEIBLE: HAI" likes Senior Orchestra, clothing and history: reading is a hobby: thinks she sews better than anything else. NORMAN OTT: Likes Mixed Chorus, trig, and all sports: after graduation from high school Norman plans to major in mathematics at Missouri University. o ne re 'eri Reed Waters Ccrriker Iones B h F ci C M tk H H d b Alsmeyer cxtus i eumcm en erson Schie le Ott Page Fifty-Nine Build today, strong and sure oo Herber Graff Rlebel Trennell Russell Ccxqle DCVIQS Arm t onq Meets Goode Major u Glese Cotes Page Slxty DORIQ COOL Dor IQ a member of Galllma gl ma llkCS tjpln wlll work a a twplst aftel raduatlon JIM RLSSELL known around school a J C although be IQ small that dldnt stop bls excellent speed on tbe football fleld aetlle ln foot ball basketball baseball and track bobby IS sports may go to college lf not be plans t play baseball BARBARA l OODF Blldle wltb ber sparkllng per sonalltj and endless CIISYCS IS a member of TrlY Co edltol of Saga AdXCI'llSlIl Edltor of the Courler Honor SOCICIY presldent of Orcbesls most popular glrl ln tbe elexentb Crade and one of the flve lnost popular glrls II! the senlor class plans to o to Colle e at MISSOUYI and major ln journallsm JOHIX HERBERT Llkes motorcycle rldlng after graduatlon be plans to o lnto tbe Almj Alr Corps ALICE CAGLE Tall alld slender Al goes all out for Gamma Slgma bockej horseback rldlng faxors blstorj plans to model after Uraduatlon BILL MAJOR Red headed Blll ls a member of SCDIOI Orchestral and Band ulll and Scroll f sorlte subjects are Cll6ll1lSU'j and blstory plans to go to MISSOUFI LIIIYCTSIIY and major IH buslness and publlc admlrllstra ll0Il LA XFRN CRAFF Loxes to bowl skate and tjpe she lnterlds to do 0fflLC work after bl b school dass are over DICK DAVIES Qulte all artlst llkes track but IH splte of tbls arcbery and guns after ,raduatlon JEANNE HAUPT Laugbln Jeannle IS a member of Mlxed Chorus Glrls Glee Club Orcbesls TrlY ulll and Scroll Fllt Pa e Edltor of Courler Mllgll Edltol for Saga favorlte subjects are dillllllg alld typlng pl3IlS tc o to nurslng school after graduatlon WALTFR RIEBEL Vlalt ls a nlember of Mlxed Chorus am klnd of blstorj l O K wltll blm flQl'llIlb 19 bls faxorlte pas llllle plans to wolk after graduatlon JOAN ARMSTRONG Prettx blonde Joan IS actlxe ln Trl Y Sa a llkes base ball and sollejball pxcbologs l ber falorlte subject can alwaxs be found lce skatlll lll the YSllllCI' future plans are to r cc ll tbe QIJXCI Skates AUG ST GEISE Augle belongs to Senlor Or cbestra and bor emen cbemlstrs 1 a fa xorlte l a lllember of Honor qOLlCty bobbles are lce Qlidllll and wlmmlllg. wlll attend W 3Qll1IlglOIl LUIS er ltx SALLX FREBNEL Sweet Sal collects sou X6lllI'Q from dlfferent state loles Span , Gs 11 - c . - . g 3 ' gg ' ' S . - . 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JOANNE HENDERSON: Cute, blonde Joanne is a member of Tri-Y, Saga, hockey, and volleyballg prefers psychology to any other subjectg will go to Northwestern College and major in commercial art. HAROLD SIMPKIN: Better known to his friends as HHal,,g likes horse- back riding and playing the pianog favorite sub' ject is mechanical drawingg Mixed Chorus: Glee Clubg will go to James Millikin University. NANCY JANSEN: Sweet, red-headed Nancy likes psychologyg hobbies are collecting postcards and readingg will work in County Library after grad- uation. HARRY MAYFIELD: t'Speed', favors his- toryg keen about golfg will join Navy if college plans are changed. DOROTHY LYNCH: 4'Dot', is active in Mixed Chorus: likes basketball and soft- ballg will be a stenographer. DON KEELY: Spends his time in track. footballg Lettermen's Club, Band, and Hi-Yg U. S. history is his favorite subject: hunting and fishing are his hobbiesg will go to St. Louis University. JOYCE SPICKZZI: Lends her talents to horseback riding and dancingg par- ticipates in all sports: favors psychology and Page SixtyvT Grubbs Mag Dobbin Stcu CIS cending and secure Saga: will model come graduation. JERRY GUN- KEL: Labeled '6Gunki': likes English and history: golf takes up spare time: if Marine Corps doesn't get him St. Louis College of Pharmacy will. DEX- NIS GRUBBS: "Schanghi,, is in the Air Scouts: likes sociology: hobby is model airplanes: will go to Columbia and major in commercial art. Ll'- CILLE MAGERSTAEDT: "Maggie" is a member of Glee Club. Mixed Chorus: English is a favorite: hobbies are writing poetry and creating hair styles: will go to Northwestern. JEANXE DOBBIN: Sweet and darling i'Jeannie", always smiling: Saga. Tri-Y, Vikingettes. Archery, Orchesis, swimming. and all sports: most popular girl in tenth grade: one of top five in popularity in senior class: hobby is golf: will go to Rollins and major in physical education. BOB STALYDER: Likeable '4Bob'f is in Boys' Glee Club, Hi-Y, Saga, wrestling, and Letter- menis Club: likes to swim: will go to Missouri and major in architectural drawing. FERN SMITH: Cute little Hbickiei' likes all sports. and Glee Club: Latin is a favorite: will go to business college. DALE CUNDRAY: Says his hobby is selling cars: may go to college: if so, he will major in sales- manship. DOLORES MAHALLAK: ullodien be- longs to Mixed Chorus, Courier: favorite subject is clothing: thinks she sews better than anything else. DAVE BRANDON: Known to his friends as 'LWilbur'i: is noted most popular boy in eighth and ninth grades: also one of the top five in the senior class: active in baseball: Hi-Y president: elected president of junior class: plans for college are indefinite. PEGGY GLENN: Loveable "Pt-Egi' has been an able member of Orchesis for two years: Saga and Clee Club: not sure of profession after school. VERXON BECKER: ls active in track. Hi-Y, and was a cheerleader: thinks he draws better than anything else: favorite activity outside of school is baseball. BILL ANDERSON: "Bill" belongs to Senior Band, Orchestra, and Norsemen: will attend Wlashington l'niversity and major in architectural drawing. JANICE BLAIR: "Jan" is very active in Tri-Y, Vikingettes, and all sports: vice president of Orchesis: Lettermenis Queen: can always be seen in the gym dancing: will go to Missouri liniversity and study interior decorating. MARTIN REINERS: nMick" is a member of football, track: auto mechanics is the subject for him: likes to sell. BEULAH DUREE: Loves bookkeeping: favorite activity outside of school is swimming: future plans are not as yet decided. JOHN RLTHEHFORD: ls active in Chem- istry Club, music, Junior Student Council: science is John's favorite: after graduation from high school he will attend college at Missouri Univer- sity. LOIS BARBOUR: Likeahle Lois: favors sub- jects dealing with the government: collects hand- kerchiefs from foreign countries: is a member of the Girls' Glec Club and Mixed Chorus: after grad- uation it will be Rubicam Business College. F. Smith Condmy Muhullcrk Brandon Glenn Becke Anderson Blair Reiners Duree Ru! Page Sixty-Three herford Bcxrbo Shall tomorrow fmd its place Mczhaffy I-lxckum Wells Bruker Koester Rueche Bczu cm. 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A Fun Along the Road of Progress mv -i A 'Q as L See the moon for ten cents as the surveyors cash xn After school snack and music keeps lhem 1301119 'Fore' Up, up and away Even the Brcnns ' of the class relax Summer txme xs prcmc txme Come on tn' The waters fme Ouch' The snow balls fly thxclc and fast S pnnq fever casts tts shadow on these unsuspectmq senxors P1 N x y Fw: H.. " ' i . ,I I 6 ' ,,V,N J 3 "',4fL, :s- f,., W 'sw' i G A . We 7 , , '-Qjf, " W ' ifilf ,f,, . 'y4:':'-' " - . ap-W ' V ' - A , " i L' . - Q s , , ,, , b . Q - A, . 3" gg- . V, A 'vw 1 f V, "' . ff":1, 4 fi.. .1 H ,3.fQQ,jff I. r 7 cf- . f' ' j, I l . V , W-Q- ' E Y 3 A f ' , X H , X N X ' 1 -. ,Nh o, -gi , ,. PM "' Q- n L 3' ' ' , "L A , ' 1' P2 N Part Two Qmn fl! SPORTS Durmg twenty f1ve years of progress ln sports teams come and go new troph1es are added to our already Crowded trophy case records are broken rules are changed except for the one golden rule that Wlll go on forever 1t matters not Whether you W1n or lose but how you play the game The challenge to compet1t1ve sports st1ll rema1ns ln the hearts of each g1rl and boy but through the years Just a challenge It adds to the real loulldmg of the body helps to create keener mlnds and a thorough understandlng of good sports l I of competition, sports have come to mean more than I ' .QA l - Capt aiu Gene Swank over the ball. Viking Eleven Normandy -,,,.. 32 Yotre Dame of Quint-y--l2 Normandy ....v, ll li. City' .....,,,,.. -- T Normandy ...... 20 Maplewood ..,, - - 6 Normandy ...... 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Knute Lorenz made two of the three attempted 1-onversions good. Passing desperately in the fourth quarter, quarterlmack Vtfolf finally hit Bud Auhutrhon on a 40-yard pass for their only score of the game. The defeat took a little of the sting out of the bitter defeat the Vikings took from Lv. City last week. ICo1itmued on Page 1501 Eff-iled c'I:f'erIer1rIe1's spur the team on. Bill Turner, flrum major. Irvrfls a wfnlnrfrll purfzrlr uf flu' hu! lfirh Nllllllfl plnzrs fllfflllflll nlurl ul lt'fl'ln'll'IlINf. "gmt, 1 H , y , 31 .all ' s ff 'Ki 1 X.- ' -ww , , , A I 45 Q4 1 -:XX3 '1 ' 3 S .-'J ziiwgiif Q , .. Zvi. X I ' . f-"" -, rs N , .Aww I fffwlf- ' g , f ' I X , ' va. J 1 x' f Q I 'A.,., 5 D C ta' . V .miisi fmvg X . , - K .QL 3 W" I8 fy x, 9 l K V 14 5 B M., n. ww rm- mn., Y -3.45: G Q s , 1 Q s .1 UWQY 17'-S33 it la, -nf Y I 4, , Ja f M--,www , ,... uw. ff. ' 'avmffw -ff -. .-.N,,-..,1.-...nylv 5' ks JQLYWMA' 9 r f is v H 523 1.4 A 1 STANDING: Cofrch A, Shiperd, D. Guuriqlicr, Eckhurdt, R. Gucrriqlm Haynes, lohnson, Otey, Lorenz, Shinncxbcrqrzr. FRONT ROW: Franklin Erennwn, Grmple, Smith, Giessow, P. Smith, Donovan, Manager McGee. B'ers Conquer County Tourney C. lf. li. -- Wvllston - St. Clair ,,,. Nluplewoocl - - Clay ton .... St. Charles - Clr-wlancl --- VU-lnster' -- Wc-llston-- lgl'l'lllW4Nlfl -- Kirkwood --- llvuunionl --- liitvnour -- Wm-luster -- l.l.1ty -- Normandy' Normandy Normandy Xormandy' Normandy' Normandy Xormandy Xormandy Normandy Normandy' Norrnandy' Normandy Normandy Normandy' Normandy' -- .... 36 ---29 25 ' junior lnusketeers took winning honors in the -------- - lniyc-rsity City' "B" team tournament. --------A10 U --w-i 25 Xot to be left out, Coach Art Shipherd deserves --------23 mln-h ol the well-earned fame for training the --------36 Q'lU50" prospective state tournament winners. - - .... 30 ---3-l ---28 ---33 ---36 ---'ln '32 ---Dil The future vagzers of Xorrnundy' High Svliool wound up their season yxith ai glorious revoril of tywlye- yivtories and only lllI'f't' losses. The Guariglia twins. Ronald and Donald. led the ti-ann with the high score honors. The twins. along ysith Pete Smith. Vernon Smith. and Don Giessow. are the light in Coach Mike Riegertis eyes for fu- ture- varsity material If-7'eunzf'r.v take Ieucl after Hun Uuuriglicfs tally. Page Seventy--Five lwrptfiin Huff lIf'ifIf?r1rr'if'h .w ll1ll'fHf'.V ilflfflll of Ix'ir'lr1rrm1I. Cinderm n with thc- lv. lfilx IIlXilZlliHIllll. Dis- trivl annl Nutr- Uuldnnr lllvffii rv- lllilllllllfl uf thi- Fawn in-nl in prPsS. F' thx- xlklllgl l'llliil'l'lIN'll haw lzlkvn lhird plaw in ilu- Slam' Indoor. fourth place- in the open dixisinn of the Xlaple-xx 1r41 ci He-lays and wnn lun nf lhrm- riuzil llll'1'lh. SIllll'kl'li hy lvznn vzipiuin Bvrl Hl'ifil'lllit'ii'il in the hurfllvs and pole xaull: Divk Hnkariipvr' in lhv weights: ind Don Kvvly in the dashes. the -1-ninr ciixisinn If-gun shmwci prmniiv uf gmail iillllflh In 1-nine-. iii-n Nh-Giiirv. high jinnpvr: Bob l'im'kl1ui'fil. iwighl main: Dale Diwffuii. CC qnarlvr rnilvr. and Jinx Kennedy. printer. parvci thc' junior divisinn. t'ii'l'w "Hi" HW "ig" Aiihullglh UlllSl'Hl'f'd. 61 lu 52. ill lhv fu-ninr rlixisiun hy East SI. Lnuis, thc- l'illdC'l'Illt'll. sparked hy ai 62 tn 33 juninr aclunitugc. m'zipl11rm-d their first dual invvt April 3. BACK HOW: Klfisinq, Suuer, Bok:1n.g.Pr, Uuqqfin, Bradley, Gocdr, E Ezxri, Crowley, Srnrqkgri, Lutz, Co 1r'h Riefgprt. SECOND HOVJ: Prinieuu, Smith, L. Smith, Kluusincm, Mueller, P. Smith, Lorenz, Lmbez WRST P3351 Keifly, Rnzlsf-ll, Rgihrfz Hfzciinrsivh, Hiinncrxs, 5.1:-Gan:-, Gciixqher, Kennedy, Ott. Break the Tape The Vikings seored a 62 to 56 vietory in the senior diy ision. hut the 57 to 33 defieit suffered hy the juniors proyed to he their downfall and C. B. Cfs defending Prep League ehampions t fr1v k the meet April ll. II3 to l00. Uyerwhelming lllewett paved hy Heidenreii-h's two firsts. the Vikings took third plat-e hehind li. City amd Kemper Military fkeadeniy at Boonville in the Stute indoor meet April 3 in Missouri lifs Brewer field house. Bert skimmed the 60-yard high hurdles in the im- pressiye time of 8.2 ser-onds and then eame within 374, inc-hes of setting ai new State lndoor reeord as he took the top spot among the pole vaulters with at win- ning jump of ll feet 9 inehes. One hundred thirty-seyen to thirty-seven here. April 20. in their last dual meet w arm-up hefore the Nlaple- wood Relay s. the Yikings showed strength in all events exeept the distances. Scoring only' fiye points in the relay division and ISM in the open division. the Yikings took fourth plaee in the Maplewood Relays April 24. Rem-ords hegzin to fall from the very heginning as lleidenreieh seored 2,1 points. the most ever aeeountcd for hy a Normandy traekmam in a dual meet against C. H. C. He set a new C. B. C. truck record with his winning pole yault of ll- -WSU. won both the 120-yard high and 200-yard low hurdles. took a first in the hroad jump and a tie for first with Klausmun of Xor- mundy in the high jump. Looking forward to the Distriet meet as at possible springboard to the State Outdoor meet. the Yiking eindermen hope to 1-ap their sum-essful season with a slate winner in at least one or two eyents. Heufling for the Sflllfl. lmle KIflllS'IIl4ln sue- w.v.v,f11Iy fleurs the bar at Jlaplezroorl. .'lI1thUl'-iilllll HUIWIIIIIIFI' eqrries the Inrtuu orer the finislz Iine ahead of Jlfrplezvoocl. Herne Hof ll.Y Er-kharrlt hurls ll mighty one. Pcxqe Seventy-Seven ,I' First saeker August Geise ready to rap out rumtlier hir. A high-spirited Viking nine again assembled their gloves. halls. bats, and uniforms and under the watchful eye of Coat-h Art Shipherd prepared for the eoming season. Starting out in the right direction they won over Maplewood by the score of T to 3. The game was played on Maplewoodis diamond. Continuing their winning streak, they barely squeezed by Viiellston, Hit the Dirt T to 1. Then eame the Ritenour nine: Normandy kept on the right road. winning hy a very small margin of 4 to 3. A great disappointment Caine when they lost their first game of the season to Kirkwood by a tremendous score of 15 to -1. They 4-ouldn't seem to get hack on their feet after their first sethaek. coming out on the short end of the seoring. Webster winning. 8 to l. Everything ran smooth after that. with the Vikings defeating lini- xersitv City and Clayton. -1 to I and 3 to -11: these were hoth league games. Thev played Cleveland. a non-league team. and lost. I3 to 2. one of the worst defeats Normandy has suffered this season. The team just didn't seem to have the same high spirit it had shown in all the rest of the games. The next game was a 10-inning one. played with Wiehster. Normandy finally defeating them. 3 to 2. Pitehing and steady hitting luv all memhers was again the dominant feature of the Normandy nine. Don Boenker pitehed all of the league games ex- eept one. winning all of them exeept the one with Webster. A number of the players will graduate this vear and will not be with the team in 19. These in- BACK ROW: Shipherd, I. Vitale, Iackson, V. Smith, Ashton. THIRD ROW' Giessow Haynes Odey Iokerst Kruse CECOND ROW- Velten Barrett Bergfeld, Elerick, Timminq, Shinnabargar. FIRST ROW: Rouse, Geise, Ilorenz, Waters, Salmel, Biuenkeri ioe Vitale? Bat boys: Whitney: McGee X 'Y ,P na.:-. It might be. if cnulrl be. it IS! as Wrzferx put one uray, 'way out there. Sl ' C t th B t 2 elude: Bernie Waters, shortstopg Joe Vitale. second baseg Knute Lorenz, center field, and Alvin Rouse. left field. but the rest will return for another season. The baekbone of next yearis team will lie: Rim-h Samels. eateherg Ed Velton. third base: Bill Berg- feld. first base: Art Barrett, piteherg Fred Kruse. piteher: Don Boenker. piteher: Larry Ulrieh. piteher. and Don Haines. right field. The Vikings are one of the teams in the Subur- ban League. They have won all of their games but two and are now in second place. Saga goes to the printer with several games re- maining: however. the Normandy nine have again 4-ome up with a fine team and should eontinue the winning streak they are now enjoying. BASEBALL SCHEDILE AND SCORES Normandy .......,. T Maplewood ........ 3 Normandy --- -- T Xvellston --- --- 4 Normandy --- -- -1 Ritenour---- --- 3 Normandy --- -- 4 Kirkwood--- ---15 Normandy --- -- l lvelister -- --- 8 Normandy --- -- -I C. City -- --- 1 Normandy --- -- 8 Clayton -- --- 4 Normandy --- -- 9 Wvellston --- T Normandy .... --- Cleveland--- ---13 Normandy -.--- --- 4 Maplewood --- --- 2 Normandy ----- --- 2 Ritenour--- --- 3 Normandy ----- --- B Kirkwood--- --- l Normandy -- --- 2 Nvebster --- --- 0 Normandy -- --- -1 U. City ---- ----- 5 Normandy-- --- 4 Clayton ---- - --- 0 l I'itaIe's throu- to first beats opposing runner. Page Seventy-Nine N li' . BACK ROW: P. Swczb, R. Rothwell, R. Scrnel, V. Rothwell, I. Smith, B. Donovan, Coach Blitz. SECOND ROW: B. Painter, R. Thimmiq A Waldron, R. Aubuchon, B, Iokerst, S. Schneider. FIRST ROW: D. Hunners, R. Bronson, D. Burch, Deuser, I. Rudd. Seated: T. Price. Champions of the Half Nelson The Blitz-men. after a fine season of ll wins and five losses, finished second in the new Suhurhan League with I0 wins and two defeats in league com' petition. the only' two defeats going to the strong Ritenour team. The matmen finished third at State hehind Rit- enour and Kirkwood. Roland Aubuchon finished Rothzrell floors his man in fl meet at Nurnzrzndy. Page Eighty first in the ll2-pound class while Russ Rothwell. l3-1-pound class: Laverne Rothwell. l33-pound elass. and Roh Crowley. l3f'l-pound vlass. finished sec-ond. Alan Wlaldron. H13-pound vlass. and Rivh Sarnel. l65 pounder. finished third and fourth. re- spectirelyy Next y'ear's squad will he very' strong sinre the haeklyone of this year's squad was either sopho- more or junior. The returning lettermen are: Rivh Samel. Milton llemman. Roll Crowley. Laverne Rothwell. Jerry Smith. Roland Anhui-hon. Alan Waldron. Roh Jokerst. Mr. Morris Blitz capahly' guided the team through an exvellent season. Nlaplewood .ssu - - .... 21 Normandy' -- ssr- 23 Kirkwood -- ss.. 23 Normandy -- .---27 Ferguson --- -- 5 Normandy -- ----lll lv. City --- ..., li Normandy -- ,,,, 33 Webster ss.s. l T Normandy' 36 Granite City --- Normandy 20 Ritenour ,,,.... .... Y ormandy' I6 Relley rlle ..,.....,... Wvestern Nlilitary Ylap lewr n td .,s. X ormandy' Normandy' Normandy' Zl lf? l'J Kirkwood -- Normandy 27 Ferguson --- Normandy' 253 lv. City ----. Normandy' 35 Wvelister ----- Normandy' 20 Granite City --- Normandy 8 Ritenour ---- Yormandy' ll Otten, Moicr, Groves, Gucxriqlicx, Korte, Ruhlcnd, Paul, Guzriqlzc, Beck, Gebhcrdt, Moeller Our Slugging Sammy Sneeds This yearis Viking golfers was an outstanding team with lettermen Ken Korte, Richard Ruhland, and Howard Paul getting fine support from Ronald and Donald Cuariglia. who are probably the two best freshman golfers Normandy has eyer known. These five previously mentioned golfers were as- sured of starting berths throughout the highly suc- cessful season. but a battle raged from start to finish to determine the sixth member. The never- say-die 1-ontenders were: Bob Graves. Earl Moeller, Bob Baeh, Fred Major, Elroy Cebhardt, and Don Otten. Yengeam-e gleamed bright in the eyes of the Yik- ings as the golfers journeyed out to Meadowbrook early in April for their first meet of the year against highly vonfident l'niyersity City. who had twiee defeated them last year. and again defeated our linksmen this year. 285 to 294. The old adage that "Experience is the best teacher" was then proved for Normandy. after defeating Maplewood. 240 to 321. then went out and gave the same fniversity City team a thumping defeat. 227 to 239. The Viking turfriders' third victory in their four starts was at the expense of Wiellston. 328 to 433. Keeping their winning streak. the team won over Liniyersity City for the seeond time in two years. 256 to 270. As the Saga goes to press. golfers still have three games remaining. With the enthusiasm and good sportsmanship they have had all year, they should finish as one of the top teams in the district. Hair-fzrrl Paul .vlmzrs perfect form as Don Gila' riglirr irfztelves. Page E1QhtY'OHE -1-454 19" gl. 0 --cn f" .,'N-Q 'avr' 'Z' 1 Grilloping. rfiizterivg. trotting! All in ri fIuy's zrork for In the swim of things, these senior fisher erm! off in 'Mary Gains. Shirley Jleelf, unrl Betty Ilunsen. the refreshing irater. Leisure Time Put to ' 'uf-0' - 'J., ' T' . . '-- q- -, ...1 fu -fl ,...., sl- .- a .. '. ,Az - -x -.. -:. Ax-..- QV , . ,fs .-.1 , th ,-45 sf, ., , - ..--v --. I-'I. 7 X.. -4-A ..4,.,1." ' , ., 4 - : -.',--a ef .4-:mg 'wi-'1., .Sf .- -.se.y.-- err' --e-,.,,-Q 1. . ' :.k4's':'4- 'gk 5' - . 1-,KYB D, ii YQ? ' T . " ' 1.43 'o'.,1.!'W,q- f"' 5,1 "gli xfff ,,..:ff1'f 5.5 jg -igqfg sy! The fllllflfiIIIF?If1lIN of .werring fire rery IIH1IU?'ff1IIf. Fay and ,IIYIITPIIII xnnn Iefirn. Page Eighty-Two SWIMMING Starting early in February. Normandy iner- maids can he found at the downtown learn- ing to swim and dive with the greatest of ease. There are about 30 girls that go once il week to master the arts of swimming. diving and life saying. TENNIS Something new this year? Yes!! Tennis is neys. and the enthusiasm among the girls has been inaryelous. The tennis team. under the capable super- xision of Nliss Martha jane Ferguson. has learned everything from how to hold the rat-quet Io a swift Iuaekhand return. HORSEBACK RIDING flyer the hurdles they go. and another rider has just at-1-oinplished the great fi-at of jump- ing her horse. Every Friday after school. you can find Miss Martha Jane Ferguson and her group of girls learning the fundamentals of riding at Chain of Rocks Stables. Ig. ii' 1---,-f ,Aww Champions in . , lntramural Sports r a l"U0'l'l3.-Xl,l. OPENING Opt-ning thc- intramural sports with a hang. lnnnvrmnn frmllnall tr-inns i'llilii.lPClf. their way to the- finals. with Ll tvnth grade hUlI1f?l'0UlIl the xif-tors. Nic-rnln-rs from Mr. ,IPVIIICIIAS hrnneroom tc-inn are-: Nlulf- lianta. Le-muarfl Klutz. Larry llrif-h. Kvn Xlwffff-. Warn-n llivtrivh. Tum Da- xis. and Wvaltvr Willffnherg. BASKETB.-XLI, Ftirring basketball vompetition within the sr-lnmol fill0d in the 1-old winter mornings, as Hr. Sm'hraclvr's hfnnermnn vonld lu- found in the gym watvhing their team win uns- game after znmthf-r. Nlmulwrs of the rliarnpiun tmnn mf-rv: Umm Swank. Ralph llralu-lnvrle-. Harry Wivlls. ,Inhn U'Hawr. :incl Tenn Rnssf-ll. YUl.l.lfYl3pXl,l. "Similar ill" "5c'l mr' upln N'l't'tlIlN'Kl wllm- lvallvrs fluring tvnsv limnvrmnn gzznnvs. This yr-ar tln' Cluymls uncl thi- FI'illll'illllS fraught it out In tht' c-nfl with the' i'1l'ZlIIkilll5 t-inning out on top. Hath tmnn lllPIlllD9I' 1'0r-e-ivflfl a small mvflal for his sp4n'ts1nanship. The-3 arv. from left: Dick Klasing. Mary .-Xnn Dunn. Holm Ennnert. Sally Schurr. Howard Paul. and Margie Graham. 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BPI' " , ' "Pk " A' H 'f -Ill ' ' C..At.,t.'Prs ' rm on Defeated - lr s Ilflltmg plans fm TIRIIIJIFHP zmtzafmn pmzes quite u job for of fLfClS 1-ay 1'11 szmmons Nhzrleu Robertson Vanella Henman and I zllmn Imumrm N1klIlgE'llCQ the Lream of the grrls -ports crop, lnoasts members of xarsltx teams and bearers of the 1 000 PUIIII N Bflllglllg fame to the hoarx mall the xarsltx hockey and basketball teams IGIIIAIIICC1 undefeated fhe hlffhllffht of the basketball season ended ln 1 xrcturw mer the four xear undefeated 'Vlaplewood Ull' s Sports Dax meant NGIWIIIU oranves and ueleom g g.lr s tu S :km cttes under t f su NINIOII cf ufflul Jean Dobbln president bhlf ey 0liItNUIl use presldent Illllilll Bauman sure tau Vlaltella Heulnan, treasurer, played hostess tt uffhtun hasluthall teams Sclcanls, wells and Yes Mum mark: tht Ulllllltlff of x'lklllU6llCS ltllllalltlll with lt- hmrols of tuelu plgtalls and no lipstick A Landlellffht -enue rlnnaxed the l!ldULtl0Il SCINIQK .1 the lnltlates leeened thelr hard earned 'N s blxe fredlt where rredlt 1 due so three rheers fm lr Hel: n Dunbar N115 Mary ,lane Welsmh and Nll s Marthl Ferguson who roar hed the f'lI'lS t mu-1 .1 successful wear TOP ROW Qcrnexder G n P' rxer Ti, Robertson Goode Fe rfxn S huper BOTTOVI ROVN Dobbm Bctumfxn Bet! Blermcm V t Bun' M qee Sm Page Eighty-Five 'T' TOP ROW H Bart l ,z W- vfb M,-f ,,, -fa.: TOP ROW Shelly McC1ea Lrbe Prlce Roz Slmon ry Llnders ler Voss Rlley Lab ROW euman FITZ es Kunkl Go Doc TOM b ustlmg Hock QU Stcadllx ltltf63HlllU 111 populalltx houku ha proxed ltself to be a thallenve to the manx alert hotkex Ullls Tulte eamh meek thlouvhout the -ea-on plaxers slsalln the fleld to kllls and to lxee ts phx-lcallx llllll and ele thex lear11 to tllllllllfle bralnuolk ulth pep and hald IJldXlll" and to delelop a real loxe of tht game Nelthtl snow nor lalll tould keep th en lu-1.1-te ftllll e hoekes a Xlt OIIUUS srasl a lctls Il0ll L nder th W1lkEISO erer Budde Putnam K lqma Il meyer THIRD alemarls Prebble Schen n Rltchle Cook M Smlth Lleb simmons Roth Grubbs Davls PIWOW er Caqle Taplln Ollver Henderson SE ode SPICUZZI SECOND ROW Uranl ol Ryan Schott Manzo Braun GfbC1Ch kery Blalr Blerman Schnezder ROW Cooprlder Johnston G rum arczyk M COND RO son uree unqer W Hopkms Nlch n Grey HGIIIS Basche moyer OBrlen Meek BOT wan Ross Graham Magee rush Kmght Loddek ln M Graham n Stem Ollver Belt Bler er FIRST ROW Byrd Kathryn Scllrelber Hutton Klrchner e Bauman Prlmeau Gunkel Hansen Ma Hlbbs Klssler Enth USlClSfS of M1 'Vlarth Helen Dunbal 'N a Jane lelffuson till s Mlss Nl an Vllss N dlX Jane X 011113 K x elsch ISSIICT the nmth lost onls one U gl ads 81116 T ltiilll enth and l non tm e exenth U o and tled rade ffllls ol1e and won o respeltlxelx ne a11d tled tsso the SBIIIOI' glIlN lxele undefeated The 11 ell Lhose ill lo th llll' 1 1 e tlue qulte as Klc1'lllll0' 1111 lvol atl of hom ke nf' as e x stllks on a llflfk a utulnn da S n 1 at sltx tled team non tu o UJIIICN Eilltl the thlrd Senlor 0111- quallfxlng for X3lS1lN Mele Llllllill Bauman Janne lllalr Lee Cooprlder Jeanne DOlJblIlS Fax FllZNlllllll0IlS Sh 'Vlarcella Heu l 2 ' 'V .l ,n Srlefqe, I , f ,' ' f 1 1 M . 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Page E1 qhty-Slx Victorious Volleyballers bond prke Shrr and berse out, are phrases that dCflIlltClX U0 wlth XOI'UldIldX s xullexball court when bprlng comes 1nt0 tht a1r, the Ulrl 111th the athletlr mind and lmdx Hoes to xolles ball flldlhlllg the glrls th1s year were MIS Vlartha ,lane Fervuson, Mlss Marx ,lane XX elsch and Mrs Helen Dunbar The n1nth tenth and elexenth grades eaeh plds ed three games and won one each The twelfth grade came out to an undefeated 0 rlllfm If 1 fum sl px 11 1 Season ululffrl affix l' L xar-lts xullex ball won all thelr grunts Cnr s l0IllI'lllUllIlU to t 1 g orlous tram vue bhn es HI 5 lllU H11 .ltdllllt Dfllltlll, Nlxlllf ld1l , Robertson ,lean bchott Lllllan Bauman, Marcella 1 rata tmuclt C, lfll ,ran llumtln T1p ln an Hcunmn, llmoths liett Janne Blalr levgx Nha Dolores Romer TOP ROW Rother E be Sn r' Lmciers P Ce Moor Schzettl r Bntes R '1 Ollver T plrn Pr Hn R021 r D1erkes Beclcereyer Bunn Jlcfool Nutt Rosenqreen Slupherd Vcss St vens FIFTH ROW Sflffley Budd rney Mfxy Robertson SPICUZZI Montqorre-ry Grbclch Stevens W lk rson Pruxtt Thornpscn MCC :Ir y Grass Fxt s1n n Cns H H f mn R121 Sen 1 FOURTH ROV W'T1ll9!' Urcxnl W 1dncr Loddelfe Hcrrbr on Prern r Henders n LIEDIUIU JJV s Lcxbf-rer Pcrut 1 l R C B nk r Bler 11 sCl'1e1 er uockery Perqrneler 'l'HlRD ROW P3tte1son 'Aaqee Qm1th Woaclwarth Green Tr nnell lvl lfecn 'vl Strrq B Ckemeyer Blwlll Bor Chelt Hundley Cdlvxn F1e1ds Fr y Grmple Braun Qnlth Wentwoth SLCOMD ROV Lhbrs Sh lln n PJ msn McCann OIVGI Bxermsrn Grch n Fran k Ccrlczrm r I Keel St mmeyer M sby Mmqer D ury B'rscr en Loudeke Ttornys n Ccrprc Hansen Keele Hopkms BOTTOM ROW Gardner Rcxy Cormton D11 ard Ve ton rlutton Rosser P1'1HlF:'IU Schr rl: D bbm Tmker B ummm ett 1qht S 'orr B mr P cr n n IC r k H rrls O de 'leld M Gr hum pau 121 Page Exqhty Seven TOP ROW Gelven Roth Nelson Robert on Hcxwl-uns Romer CJrll TCIplln Bortels O11ve1' Bmder Grant SECOND ROW Grbc1ch Scott Ro nqreen Munqer Ladd ke Heurr 1 FXTZSIUHUOHS Schctper .wchcrr Schott Schnelder Wolsk1 Blcnr THIRD ROW Antmoccx Mueller Munn D1llo1'G Compton Henderson D VIS Ohver Hundly Bo che Steqe Bet! Sharpshootmg Girl-Cagers S out 1 ru I6 Il fht 111 llne 111th the l1aQkel',' IS the fdlllll13l L11 that xuu xx 1ll heal sshlle WZitChlIlU' the Ulrls plax l1aQketli1'1ll The weaker sex of Nor mandy ale not 111111 baeket Qh.1rpQhoole1Q, but thes ffuard mth quuk fcmutxsotlx and -xxlft pave- 'laughl 11 1 111 we 111 4- 11111 pet-on th1 tetinh surt a e fx 1 I I1 muftu 1 ll 1 Xflllllfllll H1011 Page Eng ,I E1, to shun thcll KIlllIl1SldNlll ful the pmt and to pllhlde sxC1t111U lllllllltfb J a1111ff 112 ew 1 fue counts QIll0OlN on Npoll Um and 111111111111 1 ltll gimme pu I 4 ICAIIIS 11 11 .1 -food Chnl The llllllh and elexenth 5.1.1 ex wan tlnee and 11-t one vs 1 1 thc tenth made vmn fiblll and led one The bi"ll10lN ws ho 111111 all the-11 UAIHPN had 11 llllllllphalll HPZINUII NY llllllllfr 1-wht -tmlght games in muffhoul the Q6-.1xo11 the xarsltw algo nent undefeatmcl Eilflllllff xar ills leIte1Q1s11e Rohertxon D0lJblIlQ 91 haper Heuman F Sllllth Dock eu Tapllll Bd1tel2 Goode Blalr B .1 u 111 a ll F1t1Q1111m0nG Glhclch S1 wlt S1 1111 ldll .111 Cmnt C11dcheQ ate N11 Helen Dunbar Uh- Hatha Jane Fc-1 ffuQ011 and 'VIIQC Wan Jane Vi elwh I I ,Th l 1 .W ,P . . 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Shades of Rohmhood 111 1h1 xear IQ the a1111e11t 111111 of ar1 er1 1l1e 61 U 16 11 11.11 11 1l11rffe Il 111 fX1k111ffe11es Nleetlnffs 11611 held 1111 the ICIIIIIN courts at 3 00 1 11k 111 the 11111r11111U 11111 1 e e U11 s str11111 or bull-exe and -Jeed N1 11111111 1 1 unde 1 .11 1 .1111 11ff11s ll 1 11 1 11 11 11s1 bu s Dorothy Bett looks fm 111211101111 on hm farsl bullseye of the .season They Brought H me the Bacon T 1: tldtlx 1f 1 bat and the fdlllllldl' wells f It s .1 11111e flllllll Thls 1- one -lffht xou 1111111 mlss 1f you happen 111 walk out 111 1b1 girls alhlf-111 le A 111l111 e 1 1 1r IIU 11111111.11 111 -p1111s1111111s 111 11u ll as11 11 1l11 1111 Lapable 10.11 e N1-s Martha Jane Fervuson M155 Mary Jane Welsch and Mrs Helen Dunbar out there Because this mite up had a deadline to beat the Saga IS unable to bring 1ou the scores of the games TOP -1OW Gelvew Roth N ls n Robertson Rcze C rll T:1,,l1n B rt lS Dunn Ouver Bmder Gran SECOIND ROW Grbcmh 'Scott Ros nqreen Loca me Heumcm F1Z1!T'!T1Ol"1S MCCOOI Schcp r Schorr Schott Schneider Blcur Smith THIRD ROW Magee Mann D1ll'1rd Co npton Thvrpson lVu'1qer F1115 Oliler Awders Hundly Borchelt Siege Mosby :RONT ROW 'L h SCH nlqrrrzn BzJ'1'1r1 k.wr1v C Q n Fcwe P tt K ht B t Hcrrrilon Hibbs Owe P e Exqhty Nine 1 X2 ' 'S " Q -' s ' 'h abil' ' s b 'nc displav -d 11's U 1' ' ll' 1 ' C 11111- 'V l " 11 V' ' C. 1. J . I C4 ' " ' 'I :, ' 11' 'l1 ' ' ' I.. " l h s C"l, Q ' " gf ' ' X Q U' s TI . V ' ' 'l'l11'.' ' f1'11 ' ' 3 ll 1l i11 ll1111rls 111-re r 1h1' 1-x1"ll1'111 1'11il1'lllllf1 111' Miss Nl'1'h1 J' ' F", L11 . .f '1111l ll ' l11'11111l l111111111' 11f l1i11i11, ll ' f' ll.'e1'1- i - - 11111-s 111 Sally D1-em. h "1 1 ' ' - ' ,11 " " Y ' lg s" 1 ' ' , " 'h s: 1124 ' h ...ii ' ': in 1' ' ' '- 'C ' , ' ' , f' ld. . ll 1' 11111 b girls l -1 11i F ' I 1 " 1'1111 - , ' , ' 1 d Q 'Q ' :1'1. ' I' - . ' -i e,iM , I Q utrr1C1r1,.Blf1ir1elr,l rug A .it , ' I , l .I I A I A ills' A Q A I All Part Three Q7 en M JVM Jn ACTIVITIES Neither "then nor noW" have all Work and no play ever been the dull lot of any Normandy student. His day is full of absorbing activities-Work, but never- theless, fun. Hobbies and interests are discovered and developed through the various organizations, but in six years a professional emerges in place of an amateur. As twenty-five years of Viking school life have been recorded by the Saga, an ever widening selection of carefully chosen, Well supervised activities have been offered to all students for the development of Well balanced and happy high school days. "Cooperation" Keynote of Saga ized, Headlines and proofs added more confusion to the already' chaotic "offiee": deadlines eon- stantly loomed oyerliead. ,-Ks time decreased. work increased. .-Kd copy. eoyers, orders all eontrilu- uted to the harried looks on the faces of the ctlilorr. staff. and photographers. Then quite suddenly eaeli page began to take shape. Welcome interruptions. the Sadie Hawkins and Valentine dances. found zealous journalists busy making decorations to transform the Gym. ,lerry l Hagan won I.i'l Almeris title. and Karl .laeolus 5 crowned Pat liarner and Denny Gallagher Queen , of Hearts and Campus Cupid. Highlighting the year. the Hay' Fete honored Lillian Bauman as V 1 Saga Queen. the most popular girl ir1 the senior Staff eflirum- roiee their upinzrnm on the choice of II theme for ' this y,f,,,-3, ,Wgm class. Joe Vitale. the most popular senior lnoy. was After choosing a theme to represent the twenty- the 5333 km?- fiftll anniyersary of the Saga, the staff started up A yearhook naturally required a great deal of the steep. rocky road to completion of your '43 workg however, under the ahle guidance of Miss annual. Long hours of hard work continued from Sep- temlmer until the hook nwent to press" in the spring. Pictures were scheduled: write-ups slowly' material- Frances Brewington. this record of your life at Normandy finally lwecame a reality. It was work. but what fun! Wie hope you like ill TOP ROVV: Wood, Tfrylor, Quick, Sprecklerneyer, Bokcrniper, Hcmrrers, Duqqon, lcccb, Wolf, Mueller, Stouder, Brindon, Brody, THIRD ROW: Groves, Deem, l-Ioupt, Henderson, Neumurxn, Trotter, Nichols, Roth, Beckernexer, Rob- erison, Hawkins, Braun, Kehl. SECOND ROW: Gosen, Grunt, Sprcuzzi, Glenn, Reed, Dierkes, Bchne, Goode, Stewart, Burner, Gross, McCool, Blair. FIRST ROW: Schorr, Hctrbison, Vtfoodworth, Giniple, Nutt, Grbcrch, Vhlmes, Schott, Sprlqqs, Armstrong, Keele, Revelle, Von Berq. K 2' 1 2 l 1 i 5 TOP ROW Sch street Alsmeyer McLcrrney Broun Past m Present Addlng a llghter tourh to hlstorx the Gamma Slgma glrls meet twue a month rn the XHIIOUN fflrls homes to further thelr knoxsledffe of hlstorx RCQUITCIUEIIIS for membershlp are stlff the ffnrl are Lhosen on a basls of good stholarehlp leader shlp and lntegrltx Led hx Mr Adele Skmner sponsor Peggs Nuhole lJI'6Sld6Ill Dorothx Overstreet nee presr dent Ann Braun Gecretarx, and Gladw Johnson treasurer the club hae Qurcessfullx undertaken mam projects Hard work on presentmff the an nual hletory dame and an excluene banquet ln May kept them ln a buix wshlrl I uettler Nxchols Ccrgle Over Kzrkmcm BOTTOM ROW Wehmer Eder Smrth xyffll 'iq KJ! LAST ROW Verhunce Wuench Stone Bold Wm S Smlth Roche Wehlmq McGuugney Kneemxller R1tch1e THIRD ROW Fornshell Wulfers Tcxylor I Smxth Wilkerson Kunkler Prehn Erbe, Dxerkes Tcschner Green SEC OND ROW Skelton Cczprcz M Srnxth Reed Boedeker Okes Rrtchey L1e-orum Schewe Norrrsh FIRST ROW Mcxrske Glaser Mount Joy Reynolds Grubbs Holzhcuser Rubm Hardy Brxdqett H1bbS Wrsdom Buenos Amigos Thle xeal Q Pan AITICFICHII Club could at no tlme he called lnactne or larkmg xslth new Ideas and Je J Nlam artnltles lIlLlUdlIIg a take sale has rlde Lhnstmas partx and a Pan Amerlcan Week ban quet completed the agenda Un Qexel al OCKBSIOIIS Qpamsh Qpeaklng glrls and hm- tauvht them Spameh games and dancee lhe club was Oflglllated bx Mr Anita lxeanes Progressne offlters are Jackle Wulfers presldent Pat Reed Ute presldent, Dorls Rltchey, secretarx and Pat Erhe treasurer Page Nmety Your Y E. Y- . k is T . l. 'W Vs . 'V' . 'N , Qs '. - ', . ' , 1 : ' ' . . : 17 "' 5 I ' I , . 1 .1 ' 4 I 1 5 A 1 V . . '- ' .' ',.' ' ' 1 1 K ' W. . S D X . T. V. . M D e - ' ' Z. e ". . ,- ' . D S L, , l - h L u . ' v ' - s ' ' .' . ', , ' s. ..' . - e : ' . . . . - 4 '7 N. -- t . . . .. . ' C ' - 5 '-' - . ' - e ".. ' ' 'e " ' s. ' fy ', - ' . V ' - 'v '. . .' Y ' . ' e. U , e . , e . ' I Y 'l 1 1 ,J . . - . Pacemaker Reporters With an ehonv pencil and heat report notebook in hand. journalism students set out to "Q-over" outstanding events of the sehool for the Courier. lfnder the progressive direetion of Mrs. Nlarv Still. the aim of the Courier eservice to the sehoolf--is fulfilled. Every phase of sehool news is portrayed in an original. snappy style. Incidental to that aim is winning awards. For nine 1-onseeutive years, the Courier has been awarded the highest honor of- fered by the National Scholastic' Press as- sociation. HPacemaker." This vear it has been ree- ognized by the liniversity of Missouri and Colum- hia liniversity of New York as the outstanding high school paper in Missouri. Reporters are first-year students: the editors are seeond-year students. Writing. rewriting. eopv- S7 4 'fy ,. 'll ,,., 2 4'Nxmg"' Assi Ilfoof I .vtant eflitor, Put Burner. and editor. lion Iiroekmrrn, 'end sloriex written by jimi year xlrrfleirtx. reading, and general managing are jobs performed by the editors. One of the hrightest dates on the spring Calendar, the St. Pat's dance. ealled the ufllover Clinchq this year. was the usual big suet-ess. Ruth Miller was elected by a penny vote to reign over the Irish as the Clover Colleen. TOP ROW: Nxchols, Prehn, Hzrkins, Roerner, Thzele, Boone, Zilhn, Wolf, Ere-nnzm, Monies, Nokley, Wooldridge, Poos. THIRD ROW: Olxver, Taylor, Oakes, Dlerkes, Murxer, Gary, Erzdy, Breakroom, Schzettler, Krrkmcn, Britt, Robertson, Stewart, Wehmer. SECOND ROW: Lawler, Gore, Burner, Fitzsimmons, Hawkins, Dunn, Tinsley, Goode, Hclupt, Mcxior, Horst, Thacker. FIRST ROW: Musiotkrewicz, Bridqett Dobbm, Palmer, Pouncey, Mcmsheld, Boenker, Henman, Velfon, Vo11mcrr,Pry, Rick, Gardner. Page Ninety-Five Q ' Q.. , t 5 .i 5 3 - i E. . , , .1 v fi , ' Q V ' ft g gi? g gi' it , "A if f -6 I 5 sy, K , f , H' rf' , f it il, W 5 V. , lt lt A 5. in 1'resirI1'nf of the Xfllllllilf hmlgl. H11 l'nHer, Slllllflfhl-ll infro- rlurex II X0r.w'nien fzweiillfl-if. X Jldll 1 N 1 1 CXIKK wi thx S1 mor it lou Thle seal tht Student Luunril ltd hx N11 XX tltei lgE'l0'IN2lIll1 facultx 3ClXlQ01 and the offleer- Ed f tr Illiklffll 51 x eem ilu msirmn Nm Backbone of School lei llc-igiiitiii. wt-i'e-tary: and lfurl l'rimeau. treaif- urer. perform their old duties along with mn- very fpeeial lieu une. The memher interxiewefl repre- seiitutixes from exery organization on the eampus. mul if that wwgunizutimi 4'UfllI'llllllf'S something: to felitml life. fur-li as zirsemlnlies. cluiives. they will lie knmxn as vharter elulus and their memlwers will lie gixen points tmxard Honor Society. Om- ul the must important of the Student Cmnt- r'il's duties was the nperutimi nl the Student Court. xshivh was 1-miiposecl of 1-ight IIl1'IlllN'l'F. ll ltr-y und a girl from eaeli grade and the ehairman nr judge. Sally llc-em. The Cuurtis duty' was ln he-ur eaves of all those who lireak the rules zmvtiricl st-lnml and devirle uliut shuulrl lie flume with the lam' lureukers. e Ntudent f unri me t ri mmm: . mu N 1 4. nnltthc turlcnt 1 1 .1 1 fu the eve cn lllllel uf hear while eatin in the tafcteiu The Juke mv 1 operated and the ieemce an houffht hx the tu nt ffillll Q99 ov :fi Pre '1 erce J' 'fG v I L 'Q PM .1 HC r' e Q dey 'l Q 'J' 1 F Q ren, I6 le f H1 bs P 1 Nlcx . . , . .. 5 .- 54 , , V' I , , i , 1 l l An- I on the 1 impu you 1 in Sm nee flh A .H ll ,lb ills NMSP U, Ill fm. - H .' - I . I A . -5 , L' . ' - , , nf lk In mg Um' il mimlm uf lu the nrtny lyr: ms ue- haue seen llllf 3 -ar. X ou "in ll I -' . - - "' ""' tit- fs - 1,251-tt,-S .Q ,.--ll-t -, . - 3 e- -. .11 'S -- -. -1. -1 , U- S. Pntt-. t: .'.ll. ll . "fl t: fl"- cle i eil. A X Q '- ,- A i' . ' ,Q , W i 5 li it ' 2 , N e lg ' l t 4 i Ei . in 2 - ' i ' V S 'lf I , A... . 'iz Alix, h., Wccldndge, Thacker, E, lf ld, 2.22192 Pztter, J, iighey, Fr:r.k11: Sehzefer, Sn' dur, Ioerzz. I: .,-. SECCIIN '.'.': Ezttz, I.CCC::nn, L32-.'1er C:2v.'i.y, ,lv , fzuqiis, C22-.'::, 2e:'g::.'m EHztfy, '.'.'11:7gQF, S'?::r. FIPS' ..CV.': HCFA, Gird' nf-:, All-en, -Z C, P .bbi , Stiq, Zliffffj, Kffe, L3 , age N rx-: -..i TOP ROW 131311111 Wexss Keefe F1011 MCCour1 Zleqler Wmter Gunkel Parry M1H6r THIRD HOW Warfxeld Barnes Voqler Thacker Gruenefvfild Hcxrrxs Lun,1 Rrzusfh Iohnson D ucn rty S3ff16y A11 1' SECOND ROW Hrld lrrdnd Burton Demetrus Rrebcl ook Bofun G1 1111019 3112191 Ilerbon Bxlcr R61sen1e11er rIRQT ROXA I- 1111611 1' Q 1111111191 R S1 Crl11ldkr'6CL11 Alien or Krtzmcer G11131 0 Shri serie Andrrson Student Government at Work 111111 111111111 1 11111 1 lllf ll 11111 1.1111c 11 '1 u 6 1111 .1 1 S u 1111 111111 1.11111 1 11111111 S ll 11 1 llll' 11611111 f 1.1 11 11 ll ll 6 Q .1111 NP Ill Y ll f16Ql1 11111 111 CN IPS? 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Page Nmety-Seven TOP ROW McCloud Scnlor Rouse Hancock Gore Bockmcm Zack Noble Hcrnnock Ccrrll Vonckx Gxmple BOTTOM ROW Thompson Cooprxder Reynolds Taylor Lcrberer Weeks Rothh Buchanan Pry Wolskr SEATED Wood wort Abstract Artists ln keeprng ss 1th the than glng trend toward modern expresslxeness ln the art world the lIlgCIll0UQ rnrnds of the Art Souety brought a museum of abstractlon and surreallsm ar rayed lll wshrte and naxy blue to Normandy at another sutcessful Beaux Arts Ball ,lan uarx 24 Huffe xshlte arches adorned vuth modernrstrf. abstratt tonstruetwns tompleted the artrsts dlsplass through Mhlth the Fan tasx ueen Barbara C oode stepped at the appomted hour of coronatlon The ueen of the Ball Ilermufzons for fh 1 Beuur ht H1111 NPI? rr pmrl zu! of many hours of haul uorlr Lnder the QPOIIQOFQIIIP of M155 Vlfalllla 'Nlr Cloud To further the IIIICFCQI of all phases of art the club has more than fulfilled thl arm The of through the extra turrlcular attlx 1t1es lIl the fleld flcers all sernors were Drtk Taxlor, presrdent, the set purpose of thl extlusne tlub I attained Ellzabeth Roth, une presldent Zanxel Zark ser re through ITlCCllI1gN ontt a week tars and Joanne Buchanan treasurer 1 Q ' -: ' ' , . . . . V 1' ff A - - , fy ' - ' v Y l v M , A , . .l . ' C Y v ' 1 ' . - ' . , , '- ' ' . reafter she reigned as 5'Q ' I ' l ' l Q A' A V ' ' y E M l Q F. . A ' . N . A A Q . .A . .. M s- - D . ' - n Q 1 - ' 97 ' a Q - Q M .S A. I .S' .4 . . Q . tix.- ' ,1 -1 ' . ' ': ' . t . . Page Nmety-Exqht Forgotten Men l Deserve Credit Making: the uhc-els run from behind the Svencs. the almost "fm'g1nltf-ii nwnu of the pulvlic' acl- clrvss Sf'Sll'lll. Ihr' Yisual Aids aml thi- lllmlug- raphy staff gn-ally uclml to the running of ll mml- firn high sf-himl. l'Allmilim1. SlllIl1'lll4lu All vl:-ur waive-s he-in-fl ut svhrml pi'ngrnins am- lllflbllglll the- 1-ffurls of lhc' ll. A. lmy s. who Filljillllf lmmllf- thc' svlluolis suuncl equipment. The Yisual Aicls rnukf- it possilmlc for 1-lasscs In learn fur inure than is in the text lmuks lm sc-hecluling uml shmsing films on any sulijecl from histury ln lfngrlish miwls. "XYall1'll Ihr- liirclii-U may lu- un ulcl lrivk hut il's wmv way pliulugfmphf-1's tuvkli- llic-ir 1-x'1-ry flilf Saga mul Cmirivr ussigninents. l,a-ml lny Nlr. liclwarrl Hum-fl:-r. lhvsm- lmys Ill'1Ifllll'f' uuiuzing results. Cuiflerl lip' Miss EI'IlPSlllll' lmng. thc' Cll1'INlb- Q u-. try Clulw mc'mlu-rs pri-pare for ilu-ir sviviitifiv lulurvs in uflvrimmi "lah" si-ssiuns. 1 rwE E N Leigh, Drury, Schueter, Fitch, czksci Szigth v.':1' be ner, L ,ks-Tcgpklr Wcodworth. Schzettler, rg: .er cn, Gzrdirxe Zxldx-: n, .v.'.1Q' ehej, .-.u,.- Y ' ' , , " , A Q 1 -sf, Tfuelel BGnebmkE- Rfzy, Civze, Rmnter, MCXGCTTZKG, Em.: mc.: Page Ninety-Nme TOP ROW: Ge-ise, Schneider, Zschoche, Gardner, jacob, Cook. THIRD ROW: Primecxu, Anderson, Broclcniar.. Turner, Costuritinou Quick, Bonebroke, Leigh. SECOND ROW: Brdun, Berqmonn, Stewart, Scliflettler, Roberson, Echnfl, Wuliers, Hfztigzi, Schott. FIRST RO Hilliurd, Schroeder, Ffrrnhczn, McGee, Efirnpr, Pornshell, B':umf7n, M'1l1':lly, Pty, Eridfjctf. Scholarship, Citizen hip, Activity Plrzns for thc' Nffnior Ilfnlnr Sofivty imlzzr-tion t'PI'f'Il1UIly holds the offirers' fztfmzfirm. Page One Hundred "Yun am' inl litriignallllzilimisf' art' tlw must YYCll'Ul!lP words In lit' hcarcl frmn Mrs. Branist-li. sptimsnr of the St-nim' lltllllll' Sfwit-ty. Ynu art' require-tl to limit- points in all three flixisinns. :X minimum nl 36 points in scholarship. 24 in 1-itim-nship and 20 in at-tiviti am- iwcclvrl. lint inn liaxc' tn lime' inure- lmints in stunt- ul tliv rlixisiuns to get tht- ltltl-pnint lotzll nveded to lvemfmiie a IllPll1lT9I'. Tlu- fmt who nialw it in t-lf-xt-ntli graflv lwvmin- ulfit't'i's anti fnrin tlif- nuvlvus fm' the lnllrmliig yvur. The nllit'er: are: Prvsideiit. A-Xl Cook: tive prvsirlvnt. .-Xngiv Cvifffz 5f't'l'PlElI'y. Ginny Ste-mart: untl llit'ii5lll'l'I'. Lillian Bauman. gs LAST ROW Huston mhxpnerd Wyl1e Prxc Edward Steele Fnzwuter Utlcut Fewell Moore Wulqk Lmders Zumwult Bother THIRD ROW Kuehn r pummkoehler Gurofcxlo Lefmcznn Srqmund Cook Rosenqreen Douqherty Koenrq Pettxt Eu es Icxmes Sturmfels bEoOlND ROW Prenble Putnam Ottensmeyer Patterson Terney Kulernzns Munqer Hundley Borchelt Thonrson Mueller Masters Thor11,Qon Steqe FIRST ROW Bontfr Lcrpp Keefe lVl1'CGnn BIIHIQ Brltton Blattner Scott Foster Greve Ennert Rubtn Llmberq Gro r1'1111 l'lGl'I'llllOl'l Produce Cream of the Crop F1111 lu1l111t Ill the 111111111 s1l111ol worke toward 1 1 'ma 11111111 ll 1ftl11 ,IUIIIUI Ho 11 N111 1011 l1e111 1 1 111 Jlblll - 111 N ff 1 1 11-h11 lu l1 umff C111 'fe t 1 ll ll9IlNllI 11 1611111 e 91 1 .- 1 ae- new .11 llXlllE'N XX hen llll sluclenle h.111 t11 tuta 11u111l fl . cN lv thc fa1L ss 1111 111l11 IN .11 1 Lll 111 Llllllf' .111 1111 111-N 1 11 N N 5 QII ldxi 1 1111 1 - N1 11 dINll 1 1t11e11- I1 1111 X1t1x1tx 1 1 1 en N1 P1111 11111 pre lfltqlll Dfne 7L1IIlSSElll Neuetarx and dljUlI6 Nlmm tea-11161 he 11-e Ce11U1 1 1 fa1 ullx adn or 1 xs newrlghfzf shozu tzm 1lIOS1IFtfllF mem hen the IPQIHIPIIZPIIYS they must 111116 Page One Hund ed One Q' A A.. Y ' N l . 1 ' - U l f' . CII ' F ' l. l11l1C1'1rl1l1'2 ' lv' 1 - ' ' ll r T11 ' me -l'g'll- I ' lx ugt Ive z.2llllf'd i11 5-lnh 'Q 'I ' 1 " C, ill! ' 'rar nf a lvisl a Cl i11 :lj lA l ' I. l 'I-1l '15 'l'Qg 11ff'- 111111 in avtixity l1y taking part i11 f'XlI'3-Vlll'l'll'llllIl' of points llll'y 'irc' p'1gs1'd 1111 y 1 ' -llly. X11' ' 'rxtzli' ' il " ,.' ' I 1' 1-1'r1-111 Ill and 1'1-1-viva :mall qilver pin: - go -cl witl tho 1' ls. Q 'h ll 'gl '1. C' 3h'1. 1 l The gruul is l1'1l l1y : Pat flrmv. p1'0s'1l I: tl vlly Xl' " " A t' : ' '. Mfr R J 'arltw' 'S Dependables Hrs. Hiehl eould never do without the exeellent help of the girls known as offiee assistants. Only those who are willing to work are chosen. They perform nmny duties. sueh as: eutting sleneils. typing. filing. and running errands. Gute Freunde The German Cluh makes its meet- ings more interesting hy showing authentic pit-tures and slides. The number of students taking German has risen greatly sinee Mr. Blitz came to Normandy. telling of his experienees in Germany. A ' ' B ' Anyone who has taken Latin or who is taking it nou is eligihle to lweorne a nleniher of the Latin Club. sponsored by Mr. Morris Blitz. After the initiation. all nlemhers got down to work. Each was required to give a leeture in Latin at one of the meetings. TOP ROVv': Musters, Fisher, Azthlbfxld, Noble, Lunker, Utlut, Saunders, Miller, Grscezznzx, Vhllzzafzr., Qgzzzte, Shipherc, Pulliam. SECOND ROW: Thompson, Eritton, Ordihezd, I-31'.'.':v."1rezyic, Mcsby, Mzrtin, Cook, Gesrqe, Foster, Svellu, Collins, iixcclssn. Rzsngussen. BOTTOM ROW: V. Vim Berg, Keefe, A. Vin Berg, Iftcirzvf, Exeserneyer, Euzton, Smith, Kehl, Moore, Rick, Giiven, V. Vzri Berg. TOP ROVJ: Punt, I-i'1rr1s:x, Vfslldrxdqe, Schwab, Fiizwtlter, Braun, Smith. BOTTOM ROVU: Seytzied Sgrecklezz.-eyer, Hmm, Trotter, Ossenschmldt, Sturm- feis, Kienzq. TOP ROVJ: Burfgtss, Enrixzzi, G1 :ve-s, Kyle, Hickirzx, Smith, Brcmdes, Mech, Z:.C?.cf'iif-, Leiuh, Ei zdy, Txgzzgzpicg, Erfzdley, Ypunq, Branson, Mfrsori, Shfzffi-z. FOURTH RO'.'.': Haiti, R13 er, Cirvfz, Lfisre, Nichols, Ccmfcrt. VV':ifers:, f'1:i:.3n, Sri..-ut'-I, Ef1:.r.::, Gillespy, Miller, Ossenschmidt, Archie bald, Lmdezs. THIRI, ROVJ: Szzyzli, Strenq, Vogt, Kdlerrfrris, Borshow, Rother, Beckezzfyer, Huehn-r, Eztps, Egzxzn, tltztnrrgly, Lcgcks, Limberq, Gcsen, Pezrscn. SECOND ROVI: Peet, Hzrrgngtsn, Weeks, Sigmund, Shelmdri, Elck- meyer, Dcnzhce, Ford, Keele, Eunti, Terney, Eerhemeyer, Rosser. FIRST ROW: Clcwscn, Keefe, Prxrmezxz, Iuergens, Bama, Kessler. Page one Hundred TWO Masters of the Pen 1 1 N4 dk Ill I Q 1 1 U JE 11 lf l' 1 1 lllll IN ll I 4' Ol N llll Ill ul N l i J K K Ill 7?I 1. IP 1f'lX gl 1 li NM1. 1 . 111111 NN1 Kell J. . 11 1 1 al 11.1 51 111 .1N 1 NN 111 1 4 N N K l N -Q N N ,gli 1 PN cl 1 11.111 N. 1 N of H16 1 if 1 111 llllll 11171 offufls 1111111011 11111111 for N 111N111 11111111111 111111111111 1 1 1 1 U , fi J' N r ' V1 and A ' Brock H " Fi Bcmma IRNT WOV. Heumcm Hawkl N Hump Go d Page One I-Iunared Th ee that rrele grren to poor famrlres' by the Htl s rrers of Irrnrmfr Htl zeluf on the ram after rr busy year of futtrr es Lmks rn the For the twentx frfth xr ll tlrr Xorrnandx H1 X h'1 rornplcted lllllt 111 :nth o surusslrrl plllltllldllllll rojetts serxrre- 111 dlllXlllf'S 111 1 4 oo and communlty 'Vlr Wllllam Chrl tlan who hr been a faeultx advrser lhlfllflll years had t1 drop the H11 thr ar 'lhe Y Mt A ru 1Ur11l1d hr 11121111 xr IIS serxlce ln presentrng h1111 111th a jcwelfd H1 Y prrr Thr year the Alpha and Beta rhapters haxe merged together to make one strorrff thapter 'Vl Alex Grammatn off replaced Mr Cl'lI'lSll3Il as ad user and IN Jelrrf as-lst: 11 tn o rrtrs Jrcsl dent Daxe Brandon xrte presldent llo1rXVolf secretary Drrk Bokrrnper a11d treasurer, ,Inn Wooldrrdge The bamrna chapter whlrh rs equallx a stron and surressful, was gurdfd through the year by M1 Robert Rupp adxlsor and offrccrs prtsrdfnt Bob Walter Wrllrams, a11d treasurer, Dale Duggan The H1 Y gave rhe frr t dance of the xear mhrth was the betArqua1ntfd llanu At Chrrstmas many famrlres were happlly surprl ed to recene baskets of food from the H1 Y Both chapters worked together to edlt a better than exer student and far ultx drrettorx The 1948 Bu A H0011 A team from earh Norrnandx chrpter of the HIY played 1n the annurl P1111 Street Y HCA basketball tournament The Hobo Hop was anothrr suurssful dame t at tan be put on the record lrorud from t11 ment to the World louth Fund Follossrn rl tame the lIllll3tl0Il eeremony ln June, a representatrxe of earh thapter xslll go to t e 'Natlonal H1Y flonfrcss rt N 111111 L ford, Ohlo seax o e 11 1 Jlllllll 1 1 s flllfllllllg llS purpose to rreate r11a1r1ta111 'Ind ex tend throughout rhf rhool and LOIllIT'll1IlllX the hrgh standard rf thrrstran Lharacter Page One Hundred Four l I I 1 ' '- ' 'z '. ? . ' ' '- v .S ' ' l ' I S li Q ' "ff i ' l '. ' l l inp th-s-hl , . 'A ' 'S " , ' as ' ' "Q ' ' 1, 3 :, 1 - '- 7 's ye' . ' 1 '. .I. . -'1 F 's I' of 'S V , . V.L 1 I . C ' 1 . 1 r. I 1' tr ed ll l- ff'-1 5: I , ' g " -, ' Q' . ' : - f , 'r 1 3 ' ' H ' ' '. ' " 'Q ' ' s 5 gr -r ' " ' 2 ' 1 1 '1 ' '. 1, ' , ',' '-rg: -Q 2 , Dm-e Brandon packs one of the Christmas baskets Coreg vice president, Russell Thirnmigg secretary, .- v --S 1 V - , v .u 1 H ' - 1 ' s - .sn '- 1 v - . an 4 . 77 . v ' ., , . , 1 , . , 1 1, 1 . . . . i V 44 S7 14 f 1 1' :Aj . h -' 1 ' - ' . 'f s ' l's ' 7 ' l ' . " gg ris h 1' ' '- Y , ge-: 1 lla ' l.. Ox- Ir is gt s e rh'r rh- Xt - 1 dt H'-Y is -rill , .', 1 '- ' . , pus T Sf ' ' 1' , . . ,' ',l . Q , Q A.. . . 7, Chain of Progress .L 1 5 1 .efff ',,. Q v 4 1 , 4. ' 1 , 1 5 11 -4 n A5 1 1 . TOP RCW Bf1l1nrwr Noklny Ecannpp-r Potter Honners Myers Zschoche Pforrpr Wcf Brennfln MIDDLE RON Hqrrxqvn 111111115 Qlpr IDC Lclp J ters HDI 1' Klmmrr n Wc ldrxdqp Stcu er r Chrxstmvm BOTTOVI ROW M'1h1f'f-y B wk r C' ,rvrq me L1 1 1 e Tl G u1'111r1qs 'Y' D F Nr Dr G wn r Q u ff 5 -c1Q.v1cz cre s C N E nm Page One Hurdred Pxve K A ' ' ' f 1 . . f , . f , 1, - ,, ' ,wi ',,Pf ,111, Q 1, d ,:1.1, 1 1 . L11 Ex 111dc,n E rch, Afrcrd, S yi 'ef C 11. ' . , 1 4 E 1 , fw ' 5 i . .C. RV'-'.': TE.1:t1r,1f: M:gr.sh1ne, Pluth, Gruner, Duqqar., Bocn, Knzejr, Vvv1:l1CfIiS, Tiuele. SECON2 RC'-2 ,3?LlCjhEY, Mzjgq., Lfueqiler Gntzgfe, Bald' 1 , Limb: d , YC ng. FIRST ROVVi L3 III ' , G , QVVILIGY . r , Working to Better V 01' ll11-g11i1l11111-1- ul Nli5ft111f111g111:. lll1'iI' 'A z1111'11t w14111f111'. thx-1 1111rl1-rtimlt ll11'11' ltlli- 1-at l11'11j1'1't uf thr- Xlxilll II11-211.1111 XlllllI!l4'1'll'1l 1 ' 'uri' of 11 fz11111l1 of l-lXl', Xl lllL1lIlx-- my 1111-1 tuuk lmfkc-ts uf fund 111 lllt'lIl llllll 'II irI'lill at lfl1rist111a1f the-1 tmik f11111l 111111 fri s. llvadingz the 111111 Kupp11 vl111l1l1-1' i- H1-tty Xlartin. llI'0Sidf'lllZ Mary Allll llllllll. vim- lH'l'SlClPIll1 1,1111 Tllill'lif'f. rl'1'l'4'llil'fZ illlfl Nluri- lyn Hunt. ll'0ZlSllI'l'l'. U11 tho lightcr' siciv. for their 111111 11111151111- the- group had il pot-l1114k SIIIJIJOII E111-ll girl lmruught 11111111-1 111111 1111-1 hmight hot ilugf and halu-tl l163l1S. After' thvir fmvrl had wt- tlvd. thvy all w1'11t to tht' IllUXiP5. You p1'11hal'1Ix saw Stlllll' of Ihr- 11111111111-rs 'l'ri'Y offirers fuk? time out fron: a bzzxy xr-11111111111 to , ' , , , , 111,111 fm- fhpir 115,-y,,,-fy of Iota kappa k111tt111g. lqhey 111-ro 11111k111g ., l Squarvs to he usvd to lllillit' 2111 afghuii that M11- W 1th an at111r1sph6'1'1' of good fellowsl11p and 1411- I V to lw glxvir tu tht' family 111115 111111 acliiplm-ml. fmperatimm the Iota Kappa Tri-Y has been very sur'- vessful this ffxilll U TOP ROVJ: Mzrtm, Dzerkes, Beckmexer, Prehrt, Kunklet, Vfnltigrg, Seerr., Ii'ELlYY.'1IiI'l, Tebzfl, :Ll!1T..vTHlF1: T"",Q: Qgkb, Gimple, Nun, Kehi, MCCQCJ, Nrck, VV:Em'1s, Schzft Wgxdner, Q.scn, Krdsfm. SECCIND QHOW: Qprrgfgs, fffzrfxf-, 1131" " 143111.11 Thacker, Limberq, Hcxrimscn, Dunhzrri, Holzhcrusex, ricrsz. ETRST ROW.: Tinker, Graham., Q grr, P'.'4:.i-'gg Reyrz ' L: Keefe, Gardner, Revelle. Page One Hundred Six he World for T morrow TOP ROW: l'lfzwl-cms, Fitzsirrtmons, Robertson, Vtlehmer, Trotter, Bn-idenstein, Alsme-yer, Henderson, Boenker, Grass, Wulfers. MID! NLE HOW: Bor-df-lv-r, Bfirnf-r, Brrrun, Hfrupt, Reed, Goode, Sievwrrt, Bclinf, H-,-inrich, Fornshell, Mfiy. FIRST ROW: Dzbbin, Blziir, Armstrong, 'wNfsritw'.rtlx, lvlC'Gfff-, VVOUdw1rth, Eif-rrzyrn, Vf-l"r: Rc'h, l.ynTl'i. "l'lurryl Hurry! Hurry! Fun for vwry- miv. zmml all for tht- mere prim- uf a pelnlylu vvlniecl through the Norniandy gym "tent-' as tht- Ihr-tu Beta ll'l-X presented its mterpre- laltirm of il "l'f'nny Cll'1'llS,n wtf-tl u huge sum'- vr-ss hy 1-u'1'im11'. SlJOIl5Ul'1'fl hy Nliss Xlzirtha Jam- Fc-lgrisuri. thc- Tri-Y 1-lm-tml: Shirley Ruhertsun. presi- dent: Pat Harrier. iive president: Gerry Bier- man. sevra-tary: illlfl Shirley Buhne. treasurer, ln guide- them through u SlIl'l'PSSi-lll war. Ihr- girls starts-tl tht- lvull rolling hy semi- lllgl' l'epI't-sc-iilutin-s tn the Xluntelwllu runfer- erm- on 1-urrent vritival problems nf Y-Teen girls. Besides the usual Tri-Y parties and Cake sales. the girls adopted a poor family in the clistrivt and sent them lwuskets of for-fl fill f - . . 1 - " n I n " A - - - + 1 - v y . . .. . . Humksgn mg and Lhrlstlmls' Ihr 1 1 nnyil lllI1.X 1,101 ffl' tu bf ll huge .xzlffem IIA .shun ' M1 fm' llfzrt liunfh. Page One Hundred Seven ' 1 TOP ROW: Herxde-rSCn, Lair, Csndrfiy, Pmson, Sinnard, Frederic, Dunk-fr, 'h'1ll1:zx.:a, I zvlt, Cllr., lfxnsfr.. Mll,ll.l' E",'.'.': I Mzxhuluk, Deuich, I-Ifflnlfgkff-, Bxxbour, Surlvxmp, Wolfe, Knight, Steclcort, I':.- FIRST FlO'.'!: Cxtwz, M. Left, Coz Gzlml-'El Val" " ,l1:.z' ., Graf, Huwk, Rfwt Lift, L'lf-cgqorss, Mr. Rohlfs, Half and Half Corridor Keepers Din-rsifivfl f,l'1'lllHilll!IlS gives Nurxnamly stu- "Nu rumning in ilu- hulls." "IA-l nu- wr- wuz- flvnts il WUIlflf'I'l-Ill l'llillll't' to gvt CXpk'I'lPll4'1' wllilz- pass rlipfh am- Vtlllllllilll l't'IllH'hlb ll:-aml fflilll ilu' ln sehr ml and also to lllill'U' Pxlru :num-5. 'I'hf-so Hull frllilffli :mel llurriflur Uffiva-rf. llllll'Fl' faithful stuflvnts vu lu 54-luml in the- morninf' and work nn Ff'l'NiiIlth mln 11 Ure-at rl:-ul In nmlu- llll' llullx ruin-I P P' I' I their julrs in the' uflvrmmn. rlurlng 1-law In-rimls. TOP RCW: Pace S3 zeth, Wcerner, Bre:1n3n,1SGuer, Klmqbexl, Stu:ge:nnUz1u:, iewell, Glaser, Ze-1Qw:ck,1vH1rt?1I:gz1. veqier, Lzwszn, Valk, Hussmxn, lchnscn, Dshu, Schuxz, Kerns, Rxtchle, Plym? nerzzg, :nigh H:SrXuSSieR, BHS? .- ..-ssrzv THA. QXQVK: -r Hutxnqer, Flscher, McCourt, Schrtexier, Muener, Mccre, Kusmqer Crzel, Vin., - 1:3 :if :ns Trcste, :Cr.'gg:.: ,gurlz-":.1:1 exg.:--:: Xge K Rleistzck, Bridget: Exkelrtzzrx, Krebs, funn, Wine, Zlrkelbach, Pcrter, S5311 r eggs' mzrrzfn Virtue: X' YF. 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Q, 'fcc ', L .1 .9 Ere. -Q:1, Mrs. .1I. , -Q - , ' . , Ci, Language of the Body" 'Sustained movements, light, gay moods, the ballet positionsf' are just a few of the many dance terms that con- front each new member of Orchesis. Under the very able direction of Miss Elizabeth Schneider, this exclusive group is taught the basic and advanced techniques of Modern Dance. uDon't forget to pay your fifteen cents every week," shrieked through the gym as Orchesis, dressed in frilly peasant costumes, helped put over the activity drive with their first performance, "The Varsuvienf' taught to them by Mrs. Dunbar. Soon work began on the Christmas program. Ole St. Nickis bells were "3 heard. as the Orchesis presented "The Night Before Christmas." In April, the group boarded the new bus and headed toward Kansas City to dance at the National Physical Education Convention. They performed the "New Lookn, a satire on the long skirt, and selections from Ferdie Grofe's Mississippi Suite. The long skirt brings looks of flismay from Urchesis members they 1nvu'1ice the tuhle scene for Jlny Fefe. Truly something new was added as the "New Look" was again presented at the Saga's annual May Fete. along with the exciting Sabre Dance. May he some of the credit for a very eventful and successful year should be given to the officers, who were: Barbara Goode. Janice Blair. Peggy Schaper and ,leannc Dobbin. Instrumental Enthusiasts Strlu "'l'nnc uplu nCl'ilSll that cvmballii Sueh excla- matiuns are frequently overheard near the band l'tHllIl as Senior Orchestra rehearsal gets under way. lliglilightingr the year with two trips and three concerts. these instrumentalists proved their mu- sical skill before several audiences. Judges at the annual Music Festival at Wleluster Groves com- Nlissouri. The return of sueh tours, interrupted by the war. was heartily greeted by the musicians. Soloists featured with the group during the year included Mrs. Viola Milne, school librarian. Plav- ing Cershwirfs Rliapsorly in Blue, Mrs. Milne re- ceived many compliments on her interpretation and performance. mended them hiffhlx. and music-lovers attendinff . . . . . Q F ' K . f' Loulse Mahaffy, outstanding violinist. was se- the Klav l'ete and assemblies Confirmed this I u ' lected by the orchestra as the most valuable mu- tnmmn. . . I sn-lan of the year. She has been a member of XxiilllllC'l'lllg from the old hilltup. the musicians the orchestra since seventh grade and for the past played at st-11001 assemblies in Eureka and Rolla, two seasons has been the eoncertmistress of this lil FIRST VIOLINS Mahalfy Vorxckx Leigh Miller Steele Bates Haupt Lxmberq Taplin SECOND VIOLINS Glaser Hanks Ewald R 'smeyer Reeder Grimes Blattner Brekebrede Carrpbell Wzlhams Scherble Ycunq VIOLAS Smith Kyle Farnharn We kfessel Hartmq Fewell CLARINETS Cook C Costantmou Zurrwalt CELLOS Limberq uaherty Lefreann H rdy srsiek BASSES lchnson Stewart Beckmeier Kuehner Olson FLUTES Crawford Houchens Rossei OBOES l-'Irdy E ran BASSOONS Roper Cook Buchanan SAXOPHONES Klausrnan Meers B tt FRENCH HORNS Nia r Turner Ut t Kmq TRUMPETS Labuta Anderson Geise TRONBONES Willis Dammkoehler Weldy PERCUSSION R Costantmou rt PIANO Flemwald Page One Hundred Twelve or Quality lftll 4' I , Louise Mrlhriffy, elewted most raliuihlr nzemhrw' uf lim on stands poised and reruly for netion. group as well as the All-County Urehestra. Besicles these honors. lmuise plays in thc St. Louis Phil- harmonic Orehestra. Her talents were Clisplayeel on several m-vasiuns when she appeared as a suluist with the nrehestra and in contests. Lawrenee W. Guenther. flirei-tm: points out that twenty-two of his xalnahle musirians will he grad- uated this year. ln urfler lu maintain its top rank and present refreshing prugralns in the future. the 4ll't'l1I'Sll'il must fill these empty vhairs with under- gracluate nnemlwrs. Uther prngrams fur the year int-luclecl: P.-'l'..-X.. Junior and Seniur graduation. and the State 'l.t'kit'll- ers' Assoeiatiun rmivention. Favorite selet-tiuns of the orr-hestra and audi- cnves during the year were: Slmirbnat hy ,lerume Kern. Rhapsody in Blue, and tht- first mmement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Page One Hundred 'Thirteen 'h est ru Fine Fiddlers Combining the seventh grade strings, the eighth grade strings. and the junior high members of the Senior Orchestra and Senior Band, the result is a well-balanced Junior Orchestra concert group. The junior high string groups, under the direc- tion of Mr. Lawrence Guenther, serve as a training ground for future members of the string section of the Senior Concert Orchestra. YVith this as their goal, they strive doubly hard to achieve the funda- mentals of music-timing, coordination, and the experience and pleasure of working together t0 produce quality. To gain the experience that comes from partici- pating in performances and to exhibit their skill, the Junior Concert Orchestra performed in the County Music Festival at Wlebster Groves and in the annual Junior High Music Concert in the spring. Both performances were well done and highly successful. A string ensemble with Diane lrerzcks playing cello. Dolly JIcKnight at the bass and Dolores Ilollanfl Iilrrying the riolin. il TOP ROW: Wood, Voss, Guicn, Lowson, Brondes. THIRD ROW: Campbell, Holldnd, Hunks, Delaney, Johnson Bonney Upton Edwards, Kinq, Utlout, Thomqsson, Benoist, Weldy, Dcrmmkoehler. SECOND ROVV: Steele, Roeder, Grimes, Rolfsmeyer Fenimore Pettit M. Miller, Kitzinqer, Cook, Bierboum, Zumwolt, Stecker, Stier, Bensiek, Lefmonn. BOTTOM ROM: Estes, Kolkrneyer Blottner Block Hor uno, Fewell, Dougherty, Limberq. STANDING: Rosenblcrtt, Felger, Burton, Mr. Guenther, Merriman, Kuehner. Page One Hundred Fifteen 5,5 I .1 i .4"N L1 ,Q Q fri' tif Ereryonc enjuyx taking time out for the "Old-time Scaling the scale, these ninth graders practice tv favorites." quality. Remarkable indeed is the outstanding Ninth Grade Mixed Chorus. Under the capable direction of their leader, Mrs. Jeanne WX-sterlnerg. they practiced hard with end- less energy to present their well-done performance in the Christmas program, in which they were com- bined with the Senior Chorus. Singing such songs as "Deep Riveri' and "O Sol- dier, Soldiern. they gave their listeners a pleasing effect in tht- Countv Music Festival at liniversitv City. Following up their glory, their next appearance was in the Junior Spring Concert. They also took part in the last Music Association Concert, which featured a revue of all thc music groups. This year was mostly devoted to learning the fundamental necessities necessary for advancement. They will go on to form the Tenth Grade Mixed Chorus next vear. Xb-nf TOP RCW: Pikey, Moore, Mann, Miller, Sunder, Free, Kirkman, Snyder, Stillman, Reed, Hutson, Moeller. FOURTH ROW: Anders Geckler, Carr, Miller, Hundley, Echley, Lipps, Carver, Rother, Schlorterbeck, Grubbs, Sturmtels, Compton. THIRD ROW: Swartz, Iuerqens Fowler, McKeen, Loddeke, Ellis, Kloss, Steqe, Mann, Houck, Thompson, Mueller, Koenig. SECOND ROW: Tierney, Byrd, Bonzel, Revelle, Hansen, Scott, Prebble, Larxlz, Michel, Sanders, Banu. BOTTOM ROW: Millner, Webb, Olive, O'Conn:-ll, Armstronq, McGee, let, Strasser, Williams, McCann. Page One Hundred Sixteen Iuoh Kes HIC Merry Melodies llayness and grave expressed in their songs is the amhition of the Ninth Grade Girls' Clee Cluh. under the direvtion of Nlrs. Jeanne Westerherg. 'liheir direvlor is proud indeed of the fine work they did in the Christmas and P.-TA. programs. With great efficiency they sang in the County Mu- sii- lfestixal and in the Spring Convert. They also took part in il Nlusiz- Association Convert. singing sua-h songs as "Sleep and Resti' hy Mozart and 'Tlypsy Play Your Guitarl, by Gihh. Very talented und umhitious, these girls pre- sented u splendid program at the ninth grade grad' nation 4-ereinony. Learning thi- fundamental tem-hniques now. they are working towards the top with future ZlIlllIlllUIlS in the Senior Mixed Chorus. Much hard work on the part of the direvtor and the pupils um-ounted for this line group. TOP ROV! hu F c sei CD 4 G ueiier, Grubzs, Moore, Hutssn Sznrfzrd, Putnam, Daniels. POURTH ROW tier 41 s P h 'lunqer Santo h Hundley, Buddergeyer, Price, Buddxl-ce, Checked, Vrvmskr, bchwcrz THIRD ROV s er W rqht Drtlcrc Allen, Shlnmck, Me-rtz, Ccrngitcn, Siege, Erswn, Klcss, Bcnzo We-hmueher Webs lk xD C ' L. 1 re een meler Ch, Brctton, Ezhley, Paris, Cccns, Irrhcden, Birmq, Thomp- son Tunze Arms! r G ' ew 'Jn V rc Gee r sser fue er elohl, Pcwell. BOTTOM ROVJ: Hrmcn, Hxuck, Schucnmzn, I-lcmsen P tiers n R Q ic rc K ei 5 M E ter in ers osengreen, Hzrmltcn, Kzlemzrrs, Scart, Meme, Bcnzc, Czmp- Pcqe One Hundred Eighteen TOP ROW: Schoen, Marne-s, Hunt, O'l-laver, Herbert, Gcode, Gardner, 'Nietholter, Patterson, Riebel, Dillard, Chapman, Vtfells, Pfarrer SEVENTH ROW: Kcrte, E. Smith, Erandes, Klasinq, Bone, Vfillrrms, Barrett, Smith, Ballinger, Prehn, Vfalther, Gaines, Barker, Overstreet Muriel. SIXTH ROVI: Berqrzrzn, Vlhittal-Cer, Stevens, Bedchler, Kniep, Rcerner, Hdrriscn, Ealdwin, Foster, Thimrxizj, Braun, Nami, Wilkerscn Bell, Britt. FIFTH HOVJ: Studt, Dunn, Young, Hawkins, Taglin, Oliver, Retkowski, Vitale, Rulfiland, Irnrnel, Sterling, Kuehner, Nichols Burner, Olson, Ossenschnndt. FOURTH ROW: Forester, Daniels, Knight, McGee, Crawford, Fornshell, Stewart, Miller, Thacker, Marten Sailer, Wehmeyer, Schaper, Brown. THIRD ROW: Shelnian, Bett, Tinsley, Hatter, Anders, Ryan, Accardi, Kennedy, Bradley, Coulter, B Smith, Seyfried, Olsen, May, Berqrneier, Hcltzhausen, Marske, Tdylor, Finnel. SECOND ROW: Graham, Pry, Navy, Markrnan, Lindsey Donohoe, Becker, Marts, Kern, Gore, Schneider, Steve, Bierman, Lawler, Parks, Glasgow, Bozarth, ECTTOM POVV: Bauman, Shaw, Carri ker, Ouick, Glaser, Clausen, Tinker, Schleusner, Cctprfr, Scliiiield, Buddemeier, Shepard, Ancond, Pcuiicey, N:rd::,fin, Gardner, Cooprider Harmonious Choristers groups is the Senior Nlixefl Chorus. Clad in their maroon rohes. the-re are some one hundred and forty nienihers under the superh di- L -we revtion of Mrs. Mary Franklin Wolvott. The Nlixefl Chorus is an PKIFEI-t'lll'l'lt'lll2l1i sult- jevt. For this reason the vhoristc-rs haw- worked U fllillllly hard llGfUI'f" and after sf-hool to tnzilie per- fet-t the hlenfling of their xoir-es. Throughout the ye-ar they ltumlx part in three niusit' t'onr'erts. ln ,-Xpril. us in prexious years. thr- t-horus took part in the Nlusit' Festival at lI!IlNf'I'A sity City: it was follouerl hy tho annual Spring Cont-ert. whit-h proxed a great stu-1-ess. Music' vhosen for the year vonsistf-d of selections from light opera and popular songs. Some selev- Wm' ' tions were "Song of Han". "Marianne Jeannetteu. and "Italian Street Song" from Naughty Marietta. Ready to ICIIFP for tl City and tile' Jlusit' FPS- firnl are these nzemhcrs of the' Senior l"h0r1lx. Page One Hundred Nineteen Q J1?'.EfI1l'l7l Gould lifts his lIllf0ll and Baml members get ready to play. "Strike U Nornnindfs Senior Concert and Marching Band has ended a xery successful year here on the Cam- pus. in parades and in music' festixals. lvnder the direction of Nlr. Edwin Could the band aroused school spirit and gaxe pep to all the home football games. They also helped out in the Christ- mas program and entertained for a P.-T.A. meeting. Jan. 30 the Band and Norsenien presented ll Nor- mandy Music Association eoneert. The Bands se- lections ineluded: The Sfll!1'!'I1f Prinee Uverture. LfIIHlSl.glIfI.IIg. Prelzule. L.Af,l'Sif'IlIIl' Suile Yo. I. and Ctlsmnets. a Spanish inarell. Also partieipating he Band " in the last music voncert. they played Symphony No. 4 by Tschaikowsky, Welscll Rhapsody, and Stepping Along. l Parades in honor of Armistive Day and Memorial Day were also invludcd as part of the Bands busy program. Aflffr a sum-vssful pvrformam-c in Ihr' County Music- Fr-stixal the Band wont on a voncert trip to Illinois to play for other schools. Several small groups and soloists in the Hand also played in thc Counly Music' Fcstixal. U71 tho murrh. drum mrijm' Bill Turner signals the -llarchiny Band. FRENCH HORNS: Bridqett, Darnell, Kmg, W. Mayor, Turner, Uilczut. TROMBONES: Benoxst, Dcimmkoehler, Herr, Thurston, Waiter, Willis. 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QAM! 6514 New lfl SCHOOL LIFE There s d new look in fdshions or new look in Corrs new methods 1n court1nq but the some need ond desrre for fun ond fr1endsh1p hes rn the heort of eoch Normandy fellow ond qlrl now cts twenty flve yeors ooo The school pldys the new thrrll of ectch donce the Moy Pete Grdduotlon the mus C concerts' Our yeors orre fllled wlth good tlrnes never to be forgotten I I I I I ' I ' a I I - ' Y sr? . bv E! fix ' - A-e lhe pzuzuse that nfnslzes after a gzzrlzmn umlmui Good Times Galore Tlme Marche Un Here yye are at the end of another Gchool year and are commemoratnw our twenty fnfth ZIIIIIIXPIQEIYX Of tour-e lexrept lll the we 1 ue rm eu u u ran truly tpprfu m-e twenty flu ar- yu hayent been qultr l at lonv yshnh leade ue to the fact t at from September lr to June 4? we had qulte '1 ualnful tlme happily ffleeted Qllllllllcf lJlOXSll faceq and Q only untanned hand 9 qmall yshlte pmffram tartl- were 1 1 ln fun S -tudent- ruehefl around 101 mg dglrlllbl on t a they would be lll juit one lldNH synth th it lnucb flreamfcl f letterman or that lu cmui new thlek uf 111 y up x mmf I 1 1111 If'Il1l!lll!1llXSfIlIl Page One Hundred Twenty mx 1 1 x u "i r 4 K. . 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Mlle of Smrle Calxilhemci and hald Qfrlmmagef ln 90 degree heat dldnt faze the 5l'lllJl'lCfClITlCIl ae thex vol mto 111nd1t10n for the fUlll1L0lI'llll0' Qeawn H1 X bet A1 qudmted Hop opened the Goclal 1alendar and hmx me 0111 1Lqua111te1l' We not UUI lrel gzllmp-e of X -X fthe N L or Norm mf x Females fxddptatlml of the New Look ll as-11111 x f1 llllrlllff mam humornuc A IQ 11d thf X llXl x ne xx 1111 gl u 1 hc lldas 011 October 13 fellmw and glrls jumped on lhelr l1r11o1nQt11lxQ ln 1th the hlgh Cost of car I and flen to the Harw eQt Dame to Gee Beth Velten cloxsned 'Nloet lopular YN lteh 5?lllIlU an sxlmplf fm wplrlnff StudentG t e 1 - lueum 1f thc var featured ,loan Bl- 0 f111111er quu k11l M111 dl pl ned her muxual talenli SOIl1Fll'llllf' neu ha been added Thoee JUHIOYQ 1 lIlllPlX 'ne 111 the hal Xxllll the and of e 1 1111 Ill r S h thu he mn Nluccnts fl 1 t1111 1.1102 ultll an all Q1 oo I3 e11d.11 l 111tr1111111ff the datee of 1ll the dances dx- '1111 mee mm lt lf'IllllllN mme III hmm ' 1Lr11x nu 1 11111111 17110111 1111 IJ1 1 IM11 11 ll 1 ltfll 1111 11s1 1 111s l11ll1 1 111 1 I11111 Ilols 1 11111s111s ll 1 S1 1111111 11111 .A--.1 ff,-69,41 i 11111111 11111IPs f1n111 111' 1111A1111111111I t the 1' 7 17111 l11y11111 fl fllIllPI 11s11IP 111 hm 111111 llll H11 171111111111 111111f1l 1111111111111 H111111 N llffl fl1lllS 11s1 New Look lnuades Hoary Walls FQ rf 1111111111111 the 0111s 111lapt11r11nz of the? N611 10011 Pl lfIllS 11111tf'xt' Ixnee SOVA? 1111111 S0071 f1hU71IlUl16d Page Owe Hurared T1 '111 E1 XX al then thar Mele the DamQel Drag 1111 X1111'1nhP1 l when plum mer t1s11 hu11 1161 h1J.11l 6111.1 e up Il l1r1111-flhar 1 11 1te 1 JI er errx .10.111 11.1Q taffged ag the he-text of em '1 I B1f111e 111110 Hlldl6IlC6Q were 111111111111 1 a1 1 v 11 s1 11.111111 1,011 Broc 111.111 and XN.111d.1 Ix111Q111ff R9ll16Illb?f hon me 1111111111 111 the forma 111111 f111 th1 Iclte1m.111Q Dame and sau .1111111 Bl.111 1s1111l111l 111 f1111tl1all Laptaln 1,1111 S1s.111l1 111.1110 cl t1 111 hclmx ll .1 Lellel 111.111 Q IIPQII ,lumor Qrlenre Qtudenti taklnv the role 11f 1111111111111 thlllled to thx' mam 1111nderQ 1 11a111l11g.1 .119 For mam lhli was the-lr fllgl NOTIIIHIICIX f11 ld trlp The ThEillk9UlXIIlg holldax max haxe 1 ll IdX 11 r1-t fm Gum? but for 1' Saga dllfl f llllfl ll 1t111Q 11 mai .1 QFFICQ 0 n111el111gQ .1111l I1ftlllf '1t thff Natmnal Soho la-111 C0111P11t11111 ll1 Clmffland xl ' 1 , A P Hij l' 1' I .' 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After a mock political campaign, the Slushbucketeers emerged tri- umphant. putting two of their can- didates into senior offices. "Fun for all for a pennyi, was the cry as Theta Beta Tri-Y produced a festive atmosphere at the Penny Cir- cus. Three cheers for Marcella lieu- man for making: her fantastic ideas realistic. February 5 found a stunned silence prexailing the hoary halls. 'lille death of Mr. Fred H. Nliller. superintendent of Xormandp throughout its entire history. shocked and griexed faculty and students alike. l"ebruary 14 was Yalentineis Day. and many sweethearts dancing in a dreamy atmosphere at the Cupid's lliflfllllf Nnozrlmll fights! H in r 7 l1e're'. Priwking hoxkefx for the nffflu i Hi-Y ltr:-.v up to its -YflHlfl'lI'IlN I-Inylish stzulenfx take the If Shukesperirevin flcforx us they porin the NlFf'1lIl'f1lh'fI1fl .scene from lui lieth." '1'jp,, fgyligfzf' finrl Joy liriflgfff in tain Npfinislz Vlnh 14-ith South 1 Hofller lllllNli'. Page One Hundred Twenty Wlles and Wlt Cud dle new stung bx Cup1dG HIFOM L11 ll1dXlIlg the ex CIIIIIO' of fun was the LIOMIIIIIU of Pat Bdfllil and Dunn fallaffhel 1- 'wmet heall ucen and Cam pu- Cupid 0113 .1 l uGe four caf 1 OXFIN .at mu C meh mre lljdl exelx ddlllfI'N me xx nu d hzum 11111 funn e 1 11 1 S vi- fn Lnlle-en Im sure the purple who were unfertam aboui the New Look accepted lt after thex Qaw the COUTIEFS DNSIIIU Into bprmff fash lon shots Nlarmh 19 C0GlumeQ fm exerw oc LHQIOII men dwplawed Crles of Alr Raid and ffarbaffe shields were part of the act as rookles ment through lazuzg 11110 he 1 frzfsful ball Put Reed fole sr' s the funn? fm fIIl.l'lU1lS pahmzs ut Penny Cnfus hr is it 1 J fm the the 111 Pl 1111 .. F., v V :A l 1 ' .1 ' u I V t 1 1 I I A . T ' C 7' S I A ' ' . P . ,. , n Q .P . If Y lu' -ll h - ' -li 'l ' 'Q ' the Cl fl' - '- , 'f , 4. - -2 'Q 'Qh '4 l z - 'mme true. Ruth M' " d th- lurk' ue. fr r :he V. ' v1'ms1wd Il ver N V , .. W C C, - E ' .4 - ' as - C C ' U V Il zrfx a gre: 1111 A ' ' Irixh at , " 11' ' ' Alfjfl. Page One Hundred Thir YY Fun For All the days of hard swats, shoe shining and ridi- cule to become full-fledged Lettermen. Be- fore their dance, the Ounce Bounce. girls shied the candy counter and exercises were a must. At a penny a pound, it could be ex- pensive. Wasrft ,lim Wooldridge funny as the bearded hill-billy in the senior play, "George Washington Slept Herev? Nancy Farnham and Bill Turner. her nature-loving husband, made the production a howling success. Bums and hohos gathered by the imitation railroad tram-ks to see Don Hanners rrowned "King of the Open Road" at the Hoho Hop. April lf. Aspiring young scientists were amply re- warded for their hard work when their proj- evts were entered in Washington IlIllYf'l'Slly.S lmirzfy rI11m.w'Ix .vfrilw Il gI'llt'f'flll pose flaring Rookie Week fr" rease, eye-.vlunlozr and IIIIIFIIVI' help uctl'e.w,yy.w prepryrp for Jlorlels discard blue jeans and adopt new summer fwshzons foutlights in .venior ploy. Pzge One Hundred Thirty-One I X ri. r t S v NA, .4 E E """7Y"' ' ri . 4 , was Bye for Now St-ienee lfair in Nlareh. lfor weeks after Hay first. seniors hummed "Dancing in the Darkq, re- calling a perfect exening as juniors said gootlltje to seniors with dreamy tunes and glittering decorations at the Junior-Senior Prom. 'l1l'llIll1Ji'lS heralded the '48 May lfete. "The New Lookv. as the Viking Court opened its portals to the most popular lnoys and girls from eaeh grade and the senior maids and their est-orts. Crowned Queen of Loxe and lleanty was l.illian Bauman, escorted lay ,Ioe Yitale. most popular senior lioy. The Tri-Y's Senior Party, Class Day. the Senior Trip. and Baccalau- reate Serxiee kept seniors husy until June 2. when the Class of '-18. in graduation robes. sang the Alma Warez' together for the last time. On .lune l-. the ninth graders rc- eeixefl their diplomas and a week later the hoary halls elosed their floors. eompleting 25 years of prog- ress in education and social life. l:l'tl'lflI1fl rrilh joy, -l4'tHII1f' Ilohhin. lion llflulmrx 111111 Lillian Hillllllllll 1111- fnife the Iles! rrlhlele trophy. -llzlfiof' .wiellre .YfIlfIl'IIfS fllN1Ilf7jj their ll'l!llllll!l 111'uir'rl lflfll 1n'irIf'. lu II hefrnlitlzlly flu-orfltefl gym. .ven- iorx Vlllflhll their' lux! Iorlnrll fI1lllt'f' of the ,llrn1o1'f.N'r'r1iof' 1'l'lllll, lmfzpifzy lightly into the uir, buys 1n'r1f'fi1'r' for llll1lt".".WlllllflUlI of fI1'ellf'.wis on f'IllY.N llfljl. P : ,LFE lluridifd TE.1rtyTv.fn 'l if -f 5 Joe Vitale Most popular Senior boy V Kgs! A gf , nr' ' K s 1 J-angie, .,,, , . ,lf-LM... ,fs 1: ,. :A 'B?n-'- , N ' Lillian Bauman Soqo Queen of '48 if , 5, Potter, Stewart, Wooldridge, Burner, Vitale, Bauman, Goode, Bokcxmper, Dobbin, Brandon, 22: I Saga Queen Lillian Bauman smiles her delight as the Court Herald, Tom Quirk. plaees the woreted wozrn on her head. 2 f is za 2- . .1 1 -Swv P5 -z .. . 4:55 Light and Gay As the hlare of trumpets announved the '48 Saga Queen and the most popu- lar senior boy. Lillian Bauman and joe Vitale slowly made their way to the flowered arc-hes where Toni Quirk. the court herald, vrowned her Queen of Love and Beauty. The gym filled with applause as ,lean Flori, retiring Queen, and her escort. Joe Moore, gave their plaee on the throne to the new King and Queen. The "New Lookw becanle a reality as Orchesis opened the May Fete with a satire on that Along skirt". Girls pro- tested with shouts of 6'We're against the New Look" and paraded with signs and banners. But fashion reared its pretty head and soon gals in short plaid skirts were forced to adorn themselves with grace- ful, full skirts. 1 4 S . zgx TOP ROW Flon Lotz Allen Donovan Morten Timmig Vitale Bauman Moore Flor: Lomb 'Smith Burkholder McKnight BOTTOM ROW Stewart Potter Burner Wooldridge Ouick Bokumper Goode Brandon Dobbm Poqes Nlckel Velten t NU girls Dobbm Cozclen Page One Hundred Thirty-Four Dance to the Fashion World e cur IN nu 1 f 1 lf tx I .1 1 111 c 1 ua rece-116-d In tht audrcme 111111 111114911 mnotron fo the tune cf Sarl the ad dnt la ne- o t 1 court rue u S xsrtmd PHXIII' nudge to t e Hi M LICCII VN altze and 11 ht pcrkx mow ment comprwed the danceQ of the clawe Flouered a1CheQ made PICIUFCQQUC patterns a the danc 112 crrtled amonffit t em tha dance lp? lfllllbllli Il Ill 1 I KN UUU tht drthe X Lllllilll and oe trapped from the throne another Nlax Fc-te left ple-1Qant 111911101 16- III the nund of Qpertfrtow ind part1m1pa11tQ allke Pm, O rn Hundred Th1r.y Fwe xgicr ni Harvest Queen BETTY VELTEN Letterman s Queen TANICE BLAIR Sweetheart Queen and Campus Cuprd PAT BARNER d DENNY GALLAGHER Beaux Arts Queen BARBARA GOODE Li'I Abner St. Pat's Queen RUTH MILLER IERRY HAGEN Hobo Kin DON HANNERS ' .risk 'li 'Hr MOST KlNG BEST LOOSNMY 5,-,hue M"'Y Jane Hsllmd Alvm Rouse and 'Wd Al Cook BEST ATHLETE MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED Gene Swank and Lllhan Bauman Russell Zschoche and Elizabeth Roth BEST DRESSED Sam Accardn and eanne Dobbm sesr "" A Mosr vanish Heumsn ssfbm GolZSnsoNAL:n ll M Hagel' and 3 T 6 and Joe Vitale ' H Y 12' ,ffl ' ' - ...W In Memoriam Fred B Miller James L Mayor I ,TT I O 'fmt' :nie fl' ::1iS1z:f11r,T':w1':1I Llixzfr. 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N-,Q , Ace Paint and Wallpaper Company CContinue-ci from Pcrqe 711 EVergreen 6l77 Complete Selection of PAINT - XXXALLPAPER - ARTIST SUPPLY MUEHLING PACKING CO ezro EASTON AVE 36 Ycars Vfel ton Qu Irty Food Store We Operate Our Own Inspected Packing Plant WHOLESALE RETAIL Pine Lawn Hardware 5' Appliance Co TONY FUCHS Prop Tools and Cutlery Fngrdarre Refrigerators and Electrrc Ranges Maytag Washers Parnts OI Glass lronrrte lroners EVergreen 9695 623l Natural Bridge Rd PINE LAWN FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions for ag s 62l5 Natural Bridge Rd EVergree 4095 RADIATOR SERVICE Boiled Out Repalred New Coils Installed afar Make Em Coo J H GLASER fr SON EVergreen 9582 6305 Natural Bridge OCTOBER 17, AT NORMANDY Showing from the beginning whistle that they were not to be beaten, the Vikings seized a scoring opportunity early in the second period when ,lim Russell, fleet halfbaclc, cut off tackle and sprinted 20 yards to score. Knute Lorenz made good his kick for the extra point. Webster fought back hard and as the half ended they stood on Normandyds 2-yard line. The last half was a seesaw affair, until late in the fourth period when Websterls tricky quarter- back crashed over for the Statesmenas only score. Quickly converting with the extra point, Webster gained a tie with Normandy as the game ended, 7-7. OCTOBER 24 Throwing a scare into the Vikings in the open- ing minutes of the game Nick Riccotti ace half bark for Southwest raced to the Red and Green 15 yard stripe on returning the kickoff However that was the closest the Longhorns ever got as the Viking line held A seesaw first period saw scoring but in the fading minutes of the first half Bernie Waters clrmaxed a 35 yard drrxe by smash ing oyer for a touchdown Lorenz comerted and the half ended 1 0 Wastrrrg little time the Vikings took pos essron of the ball and Waters slashed off tackle reyer ed his field and raced 33 yards for the extra point Normandy moved at will as Russell Waters and Samels picked up large yardage through the Long horn line ,lim Russell skirted around left end and easily dogged would be Southwest tacklers for the re marnrng 25 yard to score standing up Soon after wards ,lrrn tallied again through a direct llrre buck Nick RICCOLEI did most of the Longhorn running but was bottled up most of the time by a strong Nrkrng defense NOVEMBER 1 AT NORMANDY Stopping Jack Drekmeyer was stopping Rrtenour and thats exactly what the lNormandy line did Playing superbly the Vrkrng forward wall topped Fog O H ndred Fifty , . . . , , N . . 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Normandy opened its passing attack as Rich Samel pitched a 40-yard beauty to lim Nokley in the end zone. Knute Lorenz kicked the extra point. A typical razzle dazzle run by Bernie Waters, which covered 65 yards, accounted for the Viking second score. Knute Lorenz again booted the extra point. Late in the third period, Ritenour made its first and last score of the game as their fullback surged across the goal line The last score for Norrnftndy w as chalkcd up by capable Denny balla hcr rn the fading moments of the game He made a short thrust through the rmddle The game ended 206 III another lNor mandy triumph NOVEMBER 14 AT KIRKWOOD Playing rn mud ankle deep the Wrkmgs eked out a narrow yictory oyer Kirkwood on the latters 18 d As w rs expected the line- play was to he the dc t rmrnrng factor in thc une Inc ruse both teams were bogged down tn the sluslly mud The first htlf howed ncrther team to be superior hoyyeyer tic ser ond half w as 1 different story Starltn a powerful drlye that wasnt tr be topped Denny Gallagher on a tricky quarterback sneak waded 20 yards rn the mire for the only score lll the game The final period was a repeat of the fir t half ood line play but no corin Because of the yery lard pldSlIlf conditions the qu titers were shortened to 8 minutes The final score was 60 'mo er Nrlcrng triumph NOVFMHPR 21 XI NORMANDX 4 crowd of 5000 rw Normandy ca rly maintain possession of tie I e rown uf' tru hed Wellston rn their tr rdrtronal Turkey Day ame IITI Nokley IJIHSIIIW hr Irt ftme turned rn reat performance at the cnd Time after time Jim sayed the day with reat cfrtche a well as timely rnerceptlons ,I 1 ed t on a pass ro Denny Falla her and 20 y ud to pay dirt XT hrle on our own 28 y ircl line Inn leaped hr h for an interception of a Well ten pi s and cam pered I2 yard with the ard of 1 few blocks for A. GREENSPON PIPE CO., Inc. 3615 ouve sr. FRankIin 0064 EVergreen 6464 Road Service HARRY'S SERVICE STATION rl r L Fra. 'fprp COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS and SERVICE 7604 FLORISSANT RD Normandy 2I Mo PASADENA CLEANERS Cuff EEL r 7522 FLORISSANT RD COIfax H20 Brock s Interior Decorating 48 50 '52 HAMILTON CAbany 6582 Etkers 610 Ollve CHestnut 94I0 BILL S SERVICE STATION MOBILGAS 7198 Natural Bridge EVergreen 9690 ST LOUIS COUNTY MO O O O O O 0 0 Pace One Hundred Fifty One . . y I ' C I -. Q . . , I , I , y . . .. . . . , ,, , T . ,, 5. ' cs ' ' lf . . , - a ' 9 ' ' . Ifqff, -AM ' L, P cp I 'f L 5 - 4 7 . . , f l . I , , ,V ' ' .7 . f ' . gi , ,Y ,. x Nofmafr tftofw, Pr 1, y g I' v - . 1 - I : ' 9 z 5 ' , V ' ' f 'g ' ' , lee' ' 'asa ':. ' cl' 'g ' " '2 ' '- ' ' I , s 2 ' T U -I M r 1 - 4 n : 'A S , , E ' S v- Q . . , . ' ' . , . 1 . . . 4 0 0 . ' L. ., . , . . Q V Q O f . 2 z J r ec - -. th or S' N T . , .. ,, - , . . , , . : 1 . , . . . . . . : ' - . sz ' . 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Interceptingr ai Wm-Ilston pass, Dale KIausman Imrougllt it bark to the Trojan one-yard Iine. where he plunged over on the next play for a final score. The score as the gun sounded was 26-0, a bril- Iiant vit-tory whit-I1 VIIIIIZIXPCI a briIIiant season for the Vikings. WE HAVE GOOD CARS DEImar 5793 GRAHAM AUTO SALES 7IOI-03 Page Blvd. St. Louis I4, Mo. CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD XY! II Craham and Roger Craham peg- Milphlaftilnc Cer-:Tera o THE NAT ON g-xr-,.Xg64?l EASTON 'ILWISMAD COIla 8696 6421 EASTON AVE COIfax 8696 WELLSTON MO Its at Date' Where? Join the Crowd Every Saturday Night 7 30 at GRANDEL SQUARE GODAT'S DRUGS 1 'IX'.ffiItIf V-UI f-.Ir I" fm-H rrziwn Eye -a K' VELDA VILLAGE HILLS GOodfeIIow 4300 WESTLAKE PHARMACY P sem tu I504 Hodlamonf Ave SINGSPIRATION QUIZZES FUNSPIRATION St Louis Missouri "Ox.6'.0OO"O0 ,- Q01 Pc: O d dFf1 3 'Y O O 0 A I rr n - - - S 2 l U I , . I Y . F . C . , , , . . , , XF e PIII re jg Omg ' I if. 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BURNERS Autho ed Ka se F azier Sales and Se vice Wlnfleld 36l0 Ml DWOOD MOTORS, Inc OI' House Automobile and Furniture Insurance 2607 O9 Woodson Rd Overland I4 Mo CLYDE FERGUSON 3 We Service All Maqes LEO HUTCHISON AGENCY MUNDELL APPLIANCE Sales and Service Wlnfield 2457 6363 Easton Ave GOodfellow IIOO SEXTROS FOOD SHOP 7135 Woookow MUIbe y 6017 X9 O cl dFfty wt mon i M riz i re r ' r' . . . 1 r n - r ' ' ' ' c ii ,' ' V 6, S . . I rr P OAI 19:86, 34512. 24532 3163122 Fifi 35412 '114Q5IfQ 1532432 34512 '1i?w3fl11'3:iQ'f?3'3I 556 114552. 'FSE 'ZGZCQZ 5322 'Emil 119326 5925i 33:12 11055 'f1'3I'1f 'Tf4Qif 'T Page ne Hun re i -Four 1, sg 3., ,-1 g., .' v. f.' -. .' f. .' v. .' -. .' '. . '. .' '. 1 . 0 O 0 AQ, Q, .. 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