Normandy High School - Saga Yearbook (Normandy, MO)
- Class of 1953
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Sf. Q!,oui.1 Counfy, Wi.1.1our'i
ANDS! workers, creators, leadersf
the builders of our lives. Precious
God-given gifts -- strong and eapable,
dainty and femininefwhat could we have
accomplished without them? Every great
deed of mankind was produced by their
work. Playing an important part in all
phases of our lives, they served us as tools
in our development as individuals or as
members of a elosely'-knit society.
As Aristophanes once asked. "ls there
anything hands canit do?', We might an-
swer. 'gwith them we did deeds of good
will. carried cheer, created works of art,
assisted others on the path of life and
opened the doors to progress. They could
be used to individual advantage, or to bind
all into a cooperative. unified whole, sym-
bolized by the handshakef'
As we thought. so we usually acted and
the ideas conceived in the brain needed
the hands to bring them into full reality.
Thus. their extensive power was limited
only by the mind which directed them.
At Normandy' all hands worked towards
a common goal: success in school which
would ultimately bring success in life.
Editor-in-Chief . Bob Branom
Literary Editor . . Judy' Bensiek
Managing Editor . . Jean Creve
Business Manager . Don Klingler
Student Photographer . . . Bill Ezell
Faculty Advisor . Miss Frances Brewington
af Worman y
ln the- vlassrooin and lihrary long hours
wmv spvnt hy tht- more svholastit- stuclvnts
prvparing assigmnvnts. But tho hard work
was in-wr rvgrvtlvrl. sint-v it hrought suvh
prizvcl rvwarrlsz iinivasvrl knowlvclgv.
poisv. svlf-c'onfirlvm'v and tht- vstvvin of
lc-llow classmates. ln lhv gym. athlvtvs
with an rye' always on tha- goal of varry-
ing homv a trophy spvnt muvh time in
cliligvnt prac'tivv. improving skills anfl
moulding indivicluals into a succvssftll
lvam. ln all avtivity on the vampns stu-
clvnts wvrs' maturing. Thosv with positions
ol' trust lvarnml rvsponsihility and all dv-
vvlopvfl a valuahlv scnsv of coopvration.
Wlwthvr at-aclvinically. athlvtit-ally. or so-
vially lIll'llllPll. all worked at a l'txl0Illlt'SS
pare- in their partie-ular fic-ld to gain val-
nahlv vxpvric'1n'c and prvparation for the
ln tht- yt-ars to 1-onw as iw page through
tlw history ol our varvvrs at lXorinantly.
inviclvnts. happvnings, e-xptwiviim-vs. happy
anrl safl, in the vlassrooni. on tht- athlvtit'
fir-ld, in vxtra-1'urric'ular avtivilivs on tho
rampus will hc- rv-lin-cl in our nwinorivs
again ami again. All tho vwnts which
now haw made' lift- at lXorinamly so rivll
will than lw only prvvious invniorivs. rlvwr
lo ln' lorgotlvn.
Peoria Enqmvinq Co.
l.t'o W. Pnintwr
Model Priniinq Co.
Iolm Glnssrn, li.
Borktold Bookbindinq Co.
Mrs. Frnnvfls Hnosci
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'6The hand that gives, gathersf,-Jolm Ray
HROUGHOUT the year the primary interest of the
administration and faculty was to open the door to
learning for the student body and to guide their minds
into the great channels of knowledge.
Instructors did not confine themselves just to supply-
ing factual knowledge in the class room. They also gave
their time and talents willingly whenever called upon to
do so, in extra-curricular effort. As counselors, some
played an invaluable part in helping students to make
wise decisions in planning their careers. Others lent help-
ing hands as sponsors of various student activities which
developed well-rounded human beings. For the faculty
was not only interested in helping young people to grow
intellectually but also spiritually and morally. These
students would be the future citizens of the nation and
their teachers realized that they were playing a vital role
in helping these aspiring young persons to become good,
mature men and women.
These hands, capable and experienced, did their best
to prepare the way for a richer life in the world ahead.
WARD E. BARNES, B.S., M.A.
Superintendent of Schools
Norinilndy Consolidated School District
Oli thirty years. hands at Normandy have
moulded the lives of many leaders in our com-
munity. Unly liy such constant and painstaking
effort could Nirrnamly continue to shape the lives
of the fnlnre leaders. who in time will take their
places and share the responsibility' that has heen
the commnnityls for thc past thirty years.
ln the six years that Mr. liarnes has lveen Super-
intendent. Normandy has achieyed many things
hoped for. hut neyer thought possilile. As head of
tht- Normandy Schools his olijectiyes have heen
these: "l'ersonal -l. 'llo guide the individual as he
achieycs a conscious. purposeful life philosophy.
2. 'llo guide the indiyidnal as he sets his liehavior
patterns in regard to personal hygiene. exercise and
dict. llomelifc -I. 'llo achicyc emotional. mental
and social maturity. 2. To deyelop in all students
a respect for the individuality of each memlrer of
the family. 3. To develop in all students the desire
to create for the others in the family' the conditions,
the freedom. and the tolerance necessary' for par-
ticipation in a successful family' circle. Political-V -V
l. To ensure an understanding of the political hack-
ground of our government. 2. To ensure full par-
ticipation in the duties and responsibilities of an
American citizen. Economic-l. To equip all to
understand and handle financial prohlems of the
individual and family in a capitalistic system of
free enterprise. Leisure-l. To awaken interests
tindividual and group! which may he deyeloped
and utilized in the constructive use of leisure time.
Ethicalfl. To understand the history and develop-
ment of ethical concepts. both from philosophy and
religion. with emphasis on the religious heritage
of this nation and the importance of fundamental
moral principles as the basis of our laws. and the
relationships of our fellow men. 2. 'llo provide the
pupil with high ethical and moral standards. ln-
lellectualfl. 'llo develop hahits of critical think-
ing. reading and listening. 2. To emphasize meth-
ods of study in each suhject matter field. 3. To
make use of the lihrary' and reference materials.
-li. To develop a logical, scientific approach to the
solution of problems. 5. To teach the importance
of expressing oneself orally' and in writing. 6. To
emphasize mental hygiene to ensure social and emo-
tional growth. 7. To seek to develop understand-
ing and appreciation of the power of the mind and
thinking. 8. To develop an appreciation of the
At Normandy' Mr. Harnes won the respect and
devotion of every student hecause each realized how
hard the Superintendent worked to make Normandy'
a hetter and more efficient school so that il might
keep on preparing the future leaders of the com-
munity in the hest possihle way.
RICHARD D. SHOUSE, A,M.
lf- li- l'OTTl1Rf B-S-1 M-D Principal, Noxrncmdy High School
Illmwn xl 'it N-nm-incly Sontor Hiqh Srhool metired Mgrch 18' ,IQSBJ
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WAl.'I'tlF1 ff. BERGMANN, A.B., MII.
A:.::1:zIin1l Pllnvipril, Guilt info lliiw-tor
N fin txnfty Hnih Sr-hool
S l'lllNClPAl, of tht' Senior High Sm-hool Mr.
Slioustfs first duty was to carry out tht' Philosopliy
and Ulijvvtives us plamnccl lay tht' Supvrintvnclent and the
Board of Etluvution. Working hand in hand with Mr.
Shou:-20 was the assistant lJl'lltl'lpill. lVlr. llvrginainn. 'llo-
gvtlwr they saw that 1-an-li student had vw-ry opportunity to
prepare l'lllllSPlf to lwvonn- ar useful uitizc-n in his com-
munity anci nation. 'llhvir responsihilitivs wt-rv many untl
vuriecl hut they vurrivtl the-m out exvcptionully wt-lt.
Near tht- end of the last term. wv i'vg1i'vtflilly sam' tht-
l't'lll'C'tIIl'lll of Mr. Shousv. ln his thirty yvurs us pl'lItt'lplll
of Norrnundy, lVlr. Shousv has lwvn ai frivntl und aulvisor
to many stuclvnts untl fuvulty nn-mlwrs. His rm-tiring wus
at loss to many who lovvd him for tht' kintl. gvnllv mam-
nvr in whit-lr lic- we-nt aliont handling his work.
lnto tht' hunmls ol tho now print-ipul. Mr. C. li. l'ottvr.
wcnl the- joh of finishing this yvufs an'tii'itit's. llv was
known lry inuny tliffvrn-nt tillvs. lint his llvirvst one was
Ritchie, McKuin, Thiele, H
euser, Burner, Schulze.
Directors Fnrmulate Pnlil:
N THE hands of the Board of Education were
many prohlems which had to he solved liefore
Normandy could continue in its varied courses and
actixities. On the Board were capahle men with
many ideas on how t ak
o nm e Normandy a hetter and
more efficient school. This year a new member was
elected to the Board who eontrihuted his suffff
,, . ,ges-
tions in helping to plan the yearis activities.
These men were happy to see the levy passed
which would enalmle them to add a new wing on the
,lunior High, greatly needed for the tremendous
numlier of students coming in the very near future.
The lioardis activities were many and varied and
out of these the most important were tlt to legis-
late and estalmlish general policiesg t2t to elect
and reject employeesg l3t to regulate the finances
of the school tso as to give the students the lmest in
education and food for the least possilxle cost to
the communityg and t4t to supervise good health
and scholastic standards.
The Boardis interest was to make the hest pos-
sihle system for the students' welfare in their com-
munity so as to prepare a hetter future for tomor-
rowis students. They succeeded in their hopes that
every year would he lietter and finer for every
citizen concerned. ln the past, as well as during
this year, the Boardis untiring efforts and plans
proved to he the lmesl in preparing the students to
liecome hetter and useful citizens. To these men
we owe a vote of gratitude in giving us the lu-st
that a school could oller its students.
Mrs. Mar Still
lllll'l'Y yours ago a vc-ry vvrsulilv pm-rson In-gun a l'ill't'f'I' of
unlzxiling clmwolion lo lhv sluclenl lromly all Normaunly. As ai
ll5iN'lll'l' of soriul sluclivs. Spuuislm unml journalism, lu-r good humor.
quivl 4-fliciollvy mul silnwxv llllf'l't'Sl in livr sluclvnls' wcllurc vnclcurvd
lu-r to all.
She- will always ln- l'l'lllPllIlDt'l'l'Cl for lllxl lim- work us sponsor of
tln- sc-llool ncwspupvr. Uppcrnmost in lu-r mind LllWiiyS vvc-ro jour-
Ililllfillt' llf'llll'Yl'lllCIllS for lwr slumlvnls and high slnmlurcls for llle
Couricr. All who workvrl willm llvr vonsiclcred lllxl' u lruc- friend and
wvrv inspirvcl lxy lu-r nolmlu uh-als uml umlmilions.
ln uc-knowlc-rlgmvnl of llxo nmny yours of fuilllful svrviu- and
loyalty lo NUl'lllilIlCly. we' ilu' Saga Staff of l95I5. vvry sim-urely
llc-rlirulv llnis tllirlivlll vclilion to Mrs. Marry Still.
MARION F. BECK. B.A., M.A.
Chairman, Commercial Department
Typewriting I, ll, Shorthand I, II
Faculty Secretary. Publicity I'.T.A.
MORRIS E. BLITZ. A.B., M.A.
German, French, Counseling-Campus
Supervisor. Asst. Coach Football, Coach
Wrestling, Sponsor Student Council, Student
Teacher Planning Council, Letterman Club
EDITH BRAMSCH, A.B.. M.A.
FRANCES BREWINGTON, B.S. in Education
World History, Saga. Publications
Quill and Scroll
After School Sports
Ferguson A Ferguson, M.
ANN FERCUSUN. R.S.. M.E.
WILLIAM CHRISTIAN, A.Il.. M.A.
Mathematics, Dept. Head
Algebra, Solid Geometry. 'Ilrigonomt-ti
HELEN P. DUNRAR. A.R.
Head of Girls' Physical Education
Physical Education. Health
After School Sports. Square
and Round Dancing
WILLIAM P. EVANS, A.I5.. ILS.. lN'l.A
Biology, World History, Counseling
RUBY W. FARMER, B.S. in Ed..
M.A. in Bus. Ed.
Rookkeeping, Shorthand. Typing
Sponsor-'National Honor Society
MARTHA ,IANE FERGUSON, ILS. Education
Swimming, Physical Education
MARY GEAN FORGUS, B.A.. M.A.
Il. S. History, Contemporary Problems
CHARLES WILLIAM FREES. JR., A.Il., lNI.Ii.A.
Il. S. History. World History
Counselor, Sponsor Hi-Y, Bowling Club
Wisdom and Talent
Gemqhty Goff Gould Grummcctic I, A.
Grfxrrxrrmfltirnll, N, I-lowller Hoerr Kenne r
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Muyhull Merkel Milne Parrish Phelps
Rayburn Reis Riehl, B. Riehl, I. La Roqe
CLIFFORD LAROGE. A.lS.. DS. in Pldut-ation
Sei:-nee Dept. Head
Biology and Physiography
Chairman Progress Report Committee. fllllllf-
man .lunior Sponsors, Sponsor llth Grade
MARY H. MAYHALL. AB.. M.A.
English ll, lll, Guidance
llth and 12th Grade Y-Teens
llliN.lAMlN G. MERKEI.. Ed.ll., A.lXI.. l'h.D.
Soeial Studies Dept. Head
U. S. History. Eeonomic Geography, Soeiology
YIDLA MILNE, Ali.. HS., LS.
Supervisor, Elementary Svhool Libraries. Pres.
St. Louis County School Librarians Assoc.,
Program Chairman. Normandy Community
CAROLYN PARRISH. DS.
Typing l. Ofliee Maehines. Shorthand ll. See-
retarial Praetice. Sponsor 10th Grade Tri-Y
PITHLYNE PHELPHS. A.B.. A.M.
English, Remedial Reading
JEAN A. RAYBURN. RM., M.M.
Orchestra. Supervisor of Instrumental Music
'l'liHl'lSA HHS, BS.
Clothing: l. ll. Senior Homemakin-
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liR'l"l'Y M. RIEHL. AB. t
Principals Secretary. Seni al ,
JACK I.. RIEHL. BRS! flu ion
10th Grade Ertglis . orlq istory
Varsity Tennis T 7" iorisor Archery Ljluh
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Diversified Occupations, Counseling
D. 0. Club
ROBERT C. RUPP. A.l3., M.A.
ELIZAIHETH SCHNEIDER, BS.. A.B. J
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HROUGH the excellent scholastic offerings found
at Normandy, all students had the opportunity to
meet the personal challenges of conquering some of the
vast, intriguing Unknown.
The door to learning was opened to all, the knowledge
was gained with the aid of various tools: pencils, pens,
compasses, operated by the hands.
Whether taking notes on an English panel or conduct-
ing an experiment in physics, the main interest of all
Vikings was to prepare themselves for the future. The
varied curriculum satisfied all interests. Academic sub-
jects prepared those who planned to continue their edu-
cation in college, commercial and mechanical courses
paved thc way for those planning to work after gradua-
For many students a high scholastic ranking was re-
ward for long hours of intense study. But the long
anticipated moment for all was the climax of the high
school years: graduation, that precious moment when
they laid their hooks aside and grasped their diploma,
the passport to the future.
Dunkel Compton Foote Bommcrito
RESlDlNG over the Senior Class, President ROBERT
DUNKEL made an effective leader for his classmates.
With his capable ability, he headed the Freshman
Class. In his senior year he was Co-captain of the football
team. Lettering in wrestling in his sophomore year, Bob
became a "rookie", He worked hard and took second place
at the "53" state wrestling meet. He spent much time in
such organizations as Hi-Y, Art Society, Square Dancing,
Mixed and Boys' Choruses and the Student-Teacher Plan-
ning Council. ln the Senior play, "Arsenic and Old Lace",
Bob portrayed the part of Rooney, the policeman. Rated as
"tops", he was voted most popular in the ninth grade and
one of the five most popular fellows in the Senior Class.
He also was chosen Snow King in 1952 and Best All-
Around boy. He plans to attend the University of Illinois.
The Seniors must have Liked the way ROBERT COMP-
TON handled the responsibility as president in Student
Council for they soon chose him to fill the oflice of Vice-
President of the class. Neatly and appropriately dressed, it
was very natural that he should be voted the Best Dressed
boy in the Senior Class. During the four years while he
was at Normandy, he had participated in the Language
Club, lettered in track and was the Vice-President of the
Junior Honor Society. Since trigonometry was rated high
above all his other subjects, Bob plans to join some of Nor-
mandy's alumni at the University of Missouri, majoring in
engineering or law.
Do you remember when MARY FOOTE was selected St.
Pat's Queen although she was only in the eighth grade?
That certainly was proof that she had many friends who
liked her fine personality. Few will forget her as Secretary
of the Senior Class. ln her Junior year she was voted Vice-
President of Vikingettes, most popular and class presi-
dent. One of the most active girls on campus, Mary was a
member of Y-Teens, Vikingettes, Student Council, Student-
Teacher Planning Council and was president of Orchesis.
She was always to be counted on to lead the cheering for
the varsity teams. To end her high school honors, she was
elected Best All-Around girl of the Senior Class. Since
dancing and all girls' sports: hockey, basketball, volleyball,
and baseball were her favorites, she hopes to become a
physical education teacher at Harris Teachers' College.
Close watcher of the seniors' purse, Treasurer FRED
BOMMARITO made sure that all accounts balanced after
purchase of the class gift. It seemed that others liked him in
this office, for he became treasurer of Student Council and
Hi-Y. He was president of eighth grade Student Council
and voted most popular in eighth and tenth grade. Fred
took an active part in the Bowling Club, Student-Teacher
Planning Council, Steering Committee, and Letterman's
Club. Well liked for his personality, he was selected the
Best Looking boy and one of the five most popular fellows.
He plans to major in political science at the University of
"UH I remember
NOWN to all as llolr. llfllll-IR'l' AlllllSON partici-
pate-fl in lloys' Chorus and in Hi-Y. Upon graduation
lu- will answa-r tlu- 1-all of the- Navy. What will Kay's
futurt- holml? llanring was tht- answt-r for KAY ALEXAN-
lllili as Orvlu-sis. Couric-r anti Y-tt-e-ns gavt- lu-r 4-xv:-lla-nl
training. Pr:-paring for lu-r future-, lmright Q-yt-ml MAXINE
Albifll' lwvatlu- a me-mln-r of ll. O.. which lwvalllt- ht-r
favorite- sulnjf-vt. Many we-rv sorry to sw- we-ll-likt-tl IES-
'l'lCll ANSICLMU join tlu- Navy. taking with him his title-
ol "52" state- wrt-stling vhamp.
Always rt-urly for a laugh. DAVE ANYAN had many out-
sitln- int:-rt-sts invlutling lli-Y. Colle-ga was to ln- a part of
lluva-'s future-. Always to lu- re-nu-mlu-re-tl trump:-t play:-r
CARY ARMSTRONG took llantl. Ort-he-stra. anal Hi-Y to
pre-parv for his 4-are-4-r as a haml le-adt-r. Rt-cognize-tl only
as ,lt-rry. .l l'lll0Ml'f AR'l'l-IR rc-gartlc-tl tht- Cht-mistry Clulr.
lli-Y unml Couric-r we-ll worth his It-isurv tinu-. Ht- will
major in fora-slry at tht- llnive-rsity of Missouri. A nu-mln-r
ol lli-Y. RULANIJ HACON hope-tl to go into husint-ss atl-
miuistrution ut Missouri llnivt-rsity. Always trying to lu- at
thru- plum-s at onm-. MARl,l'iNlC ISALCH had a tough time-
alushingr lu-twve-n Ort-lu-sis. Saga anal Quill antl Svroll. "Mar"
plans to utte-ntl Capt- Cirurale-au. Hoping to join somt- of
Norman4ly's alumni at Washington llnivt-rsity. quit-t SHIR-
l,l'IY llAN'l'A will prolnalxly major in 1-tluvation. A nu-mln-r
ol Quill anti Sc-roll. Y-tvs-ns. Courim-r antl Stutlt-nt Count-il,
slu- was lu-pt lrusy. Always arltling a wist- jolu-. lJAVlll
llAllNl'IS was a mt-mln-r of Sturl:-nt-Ts-at-lu-r Planning Coun-
1-il. wrt-stling. l,a-tl:-rmun's Cluln. tht- Mix:-tl and Boys' Cho-
rus:-s antl tlu- lloulllt- Quartvt. Ht- lu-t'a1n1- St-vrt-tary of Stu-
tlt-nt Counvil antl a uu-mln-r of tht- Saga Court. Oftm-n callt-tl
"Ile-ans". lu- wants lo study llllSllll'SS amlministration at llli-
uois Univ:-rsity. "l,arry. makt- a lmaskt-tl" was oft:-n tht- yt-ll
for I,AWRl'fNCE llARlll2'l'. This. with hast-hall antl lmt-
tt-rmau's Clulv provm-tl to lu- his favorite-. llvvause- math was
rate-cl high. RAY llEACHl.lfR plans to major in t-ngim-e-r-
ing at St. Louis Univ:-rsity. lntt-rt-sit-ml in 1-onmu-rm-t-. CAM-
Mll.l.A BECK was wot:-tl st-t'rt-tary in ll.0. Although HAH-
0I.ll BECKMAN 1-njoyt-tl his work in ILO.. he- took tiuu-
out to lH"l'0Iltl' an outstanding play:--r in bask:-thall anti to
join thc- Lt-ttt-rman's Clulx. "lit-t-kit-" will join tlu- Navy aft:-r
graduation. Eve-ryonv was glatl to svn- JACK BI-IIJROSIAN
gt-t se-1-ontl place- in statt- wre-stling. Ht- was also a nu-mln-r
ol tlu- lA'll4'l'IIl2lll.S Clulx autl lloys' antl Alix:-tl Chorust-s.
.. ..... .. will-:-tt un-uL,xuc1
neck Beckman Be-drosiun
F m W '
Beqole Bellerson Bensiek Black, A.
Black, B. Blandford Blanton Blumenkcrmp
Boekstieqel Bcemer Eounk Boyer
LOND, blue-eyed JOAN RECOLE was liked by all. "JO" is sure to be a
success after graduation from the Culver Stockton College. Secretary of
Y-Teensg Courier and Quill and Scroll. took up much of her time. An
athlete at heart, DONALD BELLERSON's hobbies were sports, especially track,
which took up after school time. He also became a letterman. Washington Uni-
versity will he included in his future. lt seemed quite natural for JUDITH
BENSIEK, one of a family of musicians. to major in this field. With studies,
Orchestra, Saga. Honor Society and Steering Committee. "Judy" was kept busy
as she rose to become salutatorian of the class and its Most lndustrious girl.
ADONIS BLACK decided early to major in chemical engineering, since his
favorite subjects were chemistry and mathematics. 'fBlackie" then became presi-
dent of the Chemistry Club and concertmaster of the Orchestra. He was also
chosen Most lndustrious and was a member of Student-Teacher Planning Council.
Neat, trim BONNlE BLACK enjoyed such sports as skating, golf and tennis. She
hopes to go into nurses' training. NANCY BLANDFORD's future holds mystery
and intrigueg she will enter Central lntelligence Agency after graduation from
St. Louis University. Art Society, Y-Teens, Saga and the Steering Committee kept
"Nan" busy all the time. Since commercial courses proved to he the favorite
of BlLLY BLANTON. she decided to attend a business school after graduation.
Hunting became the favorite of RICHARD BLUMENKAMP who hopes to attend
college. CERALDINE BOECKSTIECEL was well known to all for her friendly
smile. "Gerry" spoke highly of tennis, swimming and social living. She was a
member of Y-Teens. Rating all sports high. ALLEN BOEMER soon lettered in
football. MAI" hopes to attend Southeast Missouri State College to major in archi-
tectural drawing. Associated with D.O., JEAN BOUNK got a head start on her
future career as a secretary. One of the few mid-year students at Normandy.
LLOYD BOYER left with many feeling he will have much success after graduat-
ing from the University of Missouri.
whnm I ha H known
Ra-vogiiim-nl as an outstanding typist in the- conune-rcial
di-partmvnt. JU-ANN HRANIJHS was always le-nding a
hm-Ipiug hand to thosi- who nt-4-de-d ha-r se-rvim-s. Having:
musim' for a holihy. she- was inte-rvste-d in Orrin-stra and
Mixvd Chorus. Shi- plans to attend Miss Hi1'ke'y's Svhool
for Sa-vre-tarivs and late-r work in an ofliw-. Taking on many
ri--.ponsilnilitit-s, HUIllili'l' BKANUM soon ln-t'anw Q-ditor in
1-hit-t of Saga. prvside-nt of lla-lnatv and vit'e--pri-side-nt of
Quill and Svroll. lloln won avkrmwlt-clge-im-nt of tht- National
l"orc-nsim' l.:-aguv for outstanding sp:-aking allility. llc- was
a nu-mln-r of the- Stud:-nt-'l'e-at-ln-r Planning Council and
l,a-ttvrman's lfluln ami on tht- Varsity Football 'l't'alu. ln tht-
lulure- ln- plans to study law at Washington llnive-rsity. lln-
dvrtukiug tht- roli- of pre-side-nt of llivvrsilivd Ovvupations
kvpt lPONAl.ll liRllJtLl'I'l"l' vvry httsy. hut hi- was ahh'
to lakv tiun- out to partivipate- in Nlixe-d Chorus. He- hope-s
to attvnd rolls-gc-. Many wi-ro sorry to sm- small. dary-4-ye-d
SllIlll.l'It llRUl.l'iNlAN lm-avv during thi- ye-ar. Thi' hard
work and tal:-ut of ,l:lNl'f'l' BROWN will ln' missod from
Y-'l'e-1-ns. Squars- llanving. tiourivr. Urvlwsis, Quill and
Svroll ami tht- Su-nior Stew-ring C0ll1Illlllt'I'. l,t'I'llilllS she- will
lu- tt-ar-liing our r-hildr:-n aftvr shi- graduate-s from Harris
'lim-au'lu-rs' tfolla-gc-. Nlusit' provvd to ln- tht- favoritn- ol
.ll'lliliY BKUWN as he' playa-d tlu- tromlnone- in the- All
tlounty lland and Ort-he-stra. Hr- hope-s to study music pro-
le-ssionally at some-timv in tht- luturt-. Quin-t llNlA JEAN
llliYAN'I' hope-s to gi-t u jolm in an ollivn- aftor graduation
from Normandy lligh Svhool. Y-'l'r-a-ns and syrivhrouiznid
swimming took part ot' SJXNITRA llllRKlf's sparc time-.
"Sandy" wants to major in l'hysii-al Education at tht- llni'
vvrsity of lllivhigan. Always gr:-i-ting vvvryona- with a frivnd-
ly "Ht-llo". RAY llllRl,l'iW f-njoyed participating: in the-
Squarv llanving and tht- Spanish lflulm. Hi- was also an
avtivc- mt-mlwr of tht- photography squad. "Rod" may go
to vollm-go. A cht-mistry and physivs i-nthusiast. .l.'XNll'iS
l3llR'l'0N wants his futurt- to invluda- the' study of viigirii-on
ing at Washington Univ:-rsity or Missouri Svhool of Nlinvs.
At Normandy ln- was a mc-mln-r of Hi-Y. Future- patie-nts
at St. ,lolnfs Hospital may sw- a familiar lar:-: it will proh-
ahly lu- CAROL BUSHAN who will tha-n lu- a nurse-. Wllili-
she' was in school. slit' joint-d tht- Y-'l'm-ns and Nlixt-d Cho-
rus. 't'hv talvnts of RONALD RUSS will ln- miss:-d in lloys'
and Mix:-d Chorus:-s. Foothall. Ilaskt-tlvall. Tram-k and lmt-
te-rman tfluh. His futurt- may include coll:-go. .Nu avtiw
partivipator in sports. TOM llll'l'Z soon ln-valiw Co-raptain
of tht- loothall tn-am. a nuiinlu-r of thc- hast-lrall tm-ann and
thus a nu-mln-r of tht- l.4-ttm-r1nan's Club. Hi- hop:-s to at-
tt-nd tht- llnive-rsity ol Missouri. HOWARD llklill. who
tiki-d Zllllflllttjltllt' lllt't'lli1lll1'S. vould always ln- found work-
ing on his car.
Taking avtivv part in X-'IR-e-its and Girls' Chorus, JUDY
Cfklll,l'iY was 1-lt-vt--d a 1-ln-t-rlt-atlt-r. Shi- hop:-s to att:-nd
tht- llnivt-rsity of Missouri. St. l,ouis llnivvrsity will ln- a
part of Hl'il,l'IN lI:kHR0l,l.'s futura-. Pvrhaps tht- major will
hr- in matlu-matics or gowrnnn-nt. sinvv tln-so wi-rv ht-r
favoritr- sulvji-cts on thi- Viking vampus.
thrown, I. Brown, I. Bryfint
Iivistlnivn Buss Butz
Burko Burlew Burton
BYFG Curley Carroll
I,l'IIlUf'I'1ll"ll l'lll!lllS of flu' SPIIIOI' elerfioll.
N the future you may see .IOANN CATES working in
an ofliee. While in school "Jo" enjoyed typing ancl art.
Laughing GEORGE CHOURIS plans to attend the
University of Nlissouri. Sinee sliorthantl was raterl high hy
PATRICIA CLARK. it was no surprise that her future
woultl lie in the commercial fieltl. She was a meinlrer of
Nlixetl Chorus. Well-liketl CHARLOTTE COLLIER was
votetl most popular in her sophomore year: cheerleafler.
Harvest Queen. Most Witty anfl a memlier of the Saga
Court in her senior year. She aetively partieipatetl in Cour-
ier. Y-Teens. Art Soeiety antl was vice-president of Or-
ehesis. lfrientlly SIIZANNE COLLINS hopes to attetul the
llniversity of Nlissouri. majoring in interior ileeorating. She
In other da 5,
was a memlier of Y-Teens ancl Girls' Chorus. PATRICIA
COINIEGYS was votetl most popular in her sophomore year
anti chosen Irest looking girl in the Senior Class. She took
an active part in Y-Teens ancl Courier. "Pat" plans to stucly
journalism at Illinois University or teach motleling. The out-
stanfling voiee of JUNE COOPER rertainly will Ire misseml
from the music tlepartment. She playeml an important role
in the Girls' anal Mixecl Choruses. Girls' Trio. Nonet antl
Doulile Mixed Quartet. Although the interests of ALICE
CREEL inolutlerl such fliversifietl activities as swimming.
salesmansliip anal designing. she was unmleritletl aliout her
future. JACK CROCKER with his quiet personality will lie
fountl at Southeast Missouri State College stuflying engi-
neering. Enjoying art. JAMES CROWE is sure to lie a sue-
eess in his chosen fielcl. Gaining valualmle training. ,IOE
CUSUINIANO plans to lieeome a ra4lio anrl television spe-
Her tlepenxlaliility anal thoroughness won the approval
of many teaehers anml attracted NELLIE IIAMERVAL
many frientls. These will surely help Nellie to lie a sueeess
in business aclininistration after she attends William Woods
College. Scholastic-ally ranking fifth in the Senior Class. she
was treasurer of Y-Teens antl a member of the llowling
Clulr. Preparing for entrance into the business worlrl. RET-
TY DANIEL took many commercial courses. She plans to
work in a lvank after gratluation. After taking atlvantage
of the opportunities offeretl Ivy ll.O,. RICHARD DAUGH-
ERTY plans to enlist in the navy. The laughter of SALLY
DELANEY often lmrightenetl many an otherwise clull elass.
Her after svhool time was cliviileml In-tween Girls' annl
Nlixerl Choruses antl Y-Teens. She hopes to altenml Elm-
C' ite: Llllittillf' Clcrk
Coors: Crefl Crocker
Collier Collins Conieqys
Crowe Cusunifino ltfinirivul
ln Wham I was led
:I quiz-I lllilIllll'I' mask:-ll a fri:-nelly. inlm-Iligzm-nt slulll-nl.
IllIN'II.Il IlI'I'fl,I'fII. "lion" was a llll'llIIl1'I' of Slnrlvnl-
'l'1-in-In-r Planning lfonnf-il anml Honor Sovil-ly. and onl-
ol llu' lop nina- svholars in lln' Se-nior Class. HQ' will
slluly al Wasliinglon llniw-rsily. Ilo you rvnwnilwr llu-
girl wllo 11-vs-iv:-ll a plaqlu- for saving a lilo? Now it sm-ins
lllal I'fX'I'IIllII'N IIUNIINHIK wanls to saw- ollu-r Iivl-s: slu-
will vnroll in nursing. I'opuIarily vounlz-ll for NI:XR'l'I'lA
IJUIHZIASS who was lr:-asnrl-r of llu- .Innior Class anal on:-
of lln- le-n most popular sm-niors. "NIarly". lrvasnrl-r of Art
Sovim-ly. also fonnll linn' for Y-'I'l-1-ns. Vikillgm-llvs. Sl:-1-ring
llonnnillvl- anfl lln- l:IllIl'lIS1'5. Sin- will In- a nursv alll-I'
graalnalion from Missouri llnivl-rsily.
Ill:-nlling In-r voir-4' wilIl olln-rs, LUIS IIRISCOI1. pal'-
lil-ipall-ll in lln' Ilonlnll- Nlixl-al Quarlc-I. Girls' Trio. Non:-l
and lln- lllnornsm-s. Il was no snrprisu- whvn she- VIIOSI' to K K
. . . . . . . ,V . l Daniel Dsxuqhrity Delaney
nnnor in nnisu' al IZIIIIIIIIFSI llIIIVl'I'5lIy. Saga. I-Im-ns and muh., Ilomgmkk lmuqlnss
lnowling look llllll'Il of SIIIRLICY IlllNIl.'XNI's linu-. "SIiirI"
Iiopl-s lo go lo Ilarris 'I'1'iH'IIt'l'S- Colle-gin.
IIUI'l'!"ll"'I""Ii IIICNNI I':I'II"-'INI0 "'l.I"Y"4I Wmkillll UH Ys'I'm-ns anll an oulslanmling lypisl. Ill-r pl-rsistvm'v will
vars, Ill- Iiopl-s lo alll-nil lin- l'niwrsily of Missouri. Ons' IH. H grvat hvll, afwr gm,lumi,,n from xwlashinglon Uni.
who hall a gooll limi- an sl-hool ancl in llirls' Chorus was W.,-Shy, Known to many as --mil", qgpjoggglq 1.'pjNlM0m.j
IDIS ICWAI,'I'. Sln' is snrm- lo have- fun al 'IU-xas Cllrisliull look an active' part in swinnning. Lt'lIf'lAIll2lII.S lfluli. Hi-Y
Il"lV""'I'Y- Tull- lanky wllllllful Wlildll will IN' 'IHIIVIIII anll Honor Sovie-ty. Tall. lilonll JAMES I"I'iNNl'ISSY took
I" "4'I'IiH"' "N IIN' l'Il"l0 Sllllilll- "l4ill"- U 1'0lh2"Y1I2lI frivllll awlvanlagm- of ILO.. planning to join thl- Navy Iale-r. Hop-
in lin- Kiln-mislry lllnlv and in Stulll-nl Connl-il. plans lo ing to SN. tht. world. Swwt JUDY FINLI-:Y wams to ln..
1lII"ll'l Wilgllllllllfm Il'llV'VFill'- vonw an airlim- hostess. Known for hvr art work. MARY
FISCZHICR was oflvn 1-alle-ml on. Sha- was sl-crm-tary of Art
lfonlinnally lillljilllllgl. .IOIIN I"I'II'iI.I'iIi nialll- a Iiil willl Soviz-ly anll a lm-nllwr of Y-Te-c-ns. Slim' IIOIIUS lo llo jowl-Iry
1-ve-ry one- lu- nu-I. II1- was a llI4'IllIN'I' of lln- Chorusvs. lla- Slllllllillg aftl-r alll-nmling Kansas Ilniwrsily, Sim-v PATRI.
is sun- lo lu- a slim-1-ss in 1'HgLIlll'l'I'IlIg alll-r alll-nlling lin- CIA I"I'I'ZllI'fHAI,lI lik:-ll olliw- lII1Il'IlIIl4'S. slim- wants to
liniwrsily of Niissonri. JUAN I"I'IliI.ICIi was a nn-lnln-r ol work in an ollivv.
Ifiizz-will ll'1nllfnn Epillmio Ewull EZPII Fetqpr
F'--111111 Ffirnrnoxo Fr'-nnmssey Finlvy Flghpf Figzqpmld
Fitzmcturice F't R
1 2 Oy Fox Prcmqel
Friese Friedrich Gaffney Gczrczfrxlo
Gebhcrdt Gcxston Gcrutsche Gena
NE of the most athletic girls. VIRGINIA
g'Fitz" was one of the fe
CE enjoyed all girls' sports.
w girls to eam her
1000 point letter and to make two varsity sports in
her sophomore year. She was chosen treasurer of
Vikingettes in her senior year. DONNA FlTZROY's
dependability and thoroughness won the approval
of her teachers and friends. She was a member of
Nonet and the Mixed and Girls' Choruses d
. -. an
ranked in the top nine scholastically. Donna plans
to attend Washington University and major in chem-
istry. Serious minded WILMA JEAN FOX was a
favorite of everyone. "Willie" took an active part in
Student Council and the Bible Club. Her future is
quite settled since she is entering the nurses' train-
ing at St. Luke's Hospital. All the subjects which
WILLIAM FRANGEL ' l
enjoyec, such as mathema-
tics. science. mechanics and drawing, pointed to a
single occupation - mechanical engineering, which
"Bill" plans to study at Missour' Q h
. . 3 1 cc ool of Mines.
Tall. good looking BRUCE FREISE was one many
wished they had known l ' '
Jetter. He loved swimming
and football. making both varsities. He actively par-
ticipated in Hi-Y and Letterman's Club. Bruce plans
to attend the University of Missouri. Known as "Ed-
die", quiet EDNA FRIEDRICH was a veteran mem-
ber of Y-Teens. She wishes to attend Washington
Gercxqhty Gibson Gillrnore
Glaze G '
a magnet, and whn are
llAlllC'l"l'lC GAl"l"Nl'fY is sure- to succt-cd as a typist.
"llolrhic" also Q-njoycd lratlminton and se-wing. NINA
GAROl"Al.O was choscn llc-aux Art Que-an and most
popular in ha-r junior yt-ar. Nina took part in howling and
Y-'l'ct-ns. Sha- will alle-ntl husint-ss school. Liking cvcry-
thing conccrniug agriculture-, Kl'iNNl'i'l'H GASTON hopcs
to huy his own farm. GALE Gl'illHARD'I' cnjoycd wood-
working. shop and history. ln his junior ycar HARRY
tLAlI'l'StZlll'I was vote-d most popularg in his st-nior yt-ar.
lla-st llc-rsonality and nu-mln-r of tht- Saga Court. His activ-
itit-s inclutlctl thc Choruscs. Stud:-nt Council and Lcttcr-
mun's Cluh. "llar" was vice--pre-sid:-nt of l'li-Y and on Stu-
tlcnt Court. Small DORO'l'llY GENO took part in Y-Te-i-ns
and Mix:-d Chorus. Shi- lik:-s typing and ollict- machine-s.
llappy-go-lucky l'A'l'RlClA GlCRAGH'l'Y was in all
varsity sports and a nu-mlwr ol Vikinge-ttcs. "Pat" will ut-
te-utl coll:-gc. Planning to 1-ntcr husincss. lSE'l"I'Y GlllSON
joiuctl D.O. CAROI. Gll.l,lVlORE'S congt-nial traits made-
ht-r an outstanding mcmlu-r ol Y-'l'ct-ns and Chorusvs. Sha-
is surt- to cnjoy Washington llnivcrsity. ,IOHNA GLAZE
took part in Nonct. Choruscs. Vikingcttcs. Y-Te-ons and
Quill and Scroll. ".lohnnin-" was tr:-asurcr of Orchvsis and
lnusincss manage-r of Couricr. She- will major in dancc at
lllinois lluivcrsity. Athlc-tically mind:-tl ROGER GOGGIN
math- lt-tts-rs in track and haske-thall. l"l,ORl'fNl'i GOOD-
NlAN plans to major in journalism at Miami Univ:-rsity.
"Flo" ln-long.-tl to Y-'l't-t-ns.
HlCl.l'fN GOODWIN took a lcading role in Y-'l't-cus.
"Re-tl" plans to atte-nd Culvvr Stockton Coll:-ge. llig. tall
RONALD GRAMRERG enjoyed geography. "Ron" hope-s
to attcnd thc University of Missouri. Dress designing is thc
favoritc of CHARLOTTE GRAVE5 who plans to make'
that he-r husine-ss. She' was a ine-mln-r of Y-Te-ens. Mix:-d
Chorus and Art Socicty. lla-ing managing cditor of Saga
will hclp JEAN GREVE in journalism at thc Univ:-rsity
of Missouri. "Annie-" was in howling and Quill and Scroll.
JAMES GRISHAM was Vltft'-lll't'Sltlf'lll of Art Socit-ty. Also
intvrcstt-d in srivncc, "Jim" plans to att:-nd St. l.ouis Col-
lcgr' of Pharmacy. Planning to join Normandy graduat:-s
at tht- llnivcrsity of Missouri is BRUCE GRllRNl'iWAl.D.
Ht- cnjoycd Hi-Y. DORIS GUNKEL was ont- of thc most
popular st-niors. llvst Pt-rsonality. and "52" Chiquita. Sha'
was a nu-mlwr of Y-Te-cns, Girls' Chorus and Orcln-sis.
Planning to work in a store-. l.OlS HAGEN took history
and typing. With PARLIN HAMLlN's intcrm-sts tlivitlctl. hc
is having a dillicult timt- choosing a coursc at Rankin Traile-
School. A mt-mln-r of Y-'l't-cus. Girls' Chorus and llilmlc
Cluh. CAROLYN HARDY plans to lwcomc a nnrsc at
Washington llnivvrsity. With art as his main iutcrt-st Wll.-
l.lAM HARGATE st-rvcd as preside-nt of Art Soni:-ty for
two yvars and as art cditor of tht- Saga. "Dill" wants to at-
tvnd the- Art lnstitutt- of Chicago. ,llll.llii HARKINS plans
to attcnd Northwt-stvrn University for tcachcr training.
Shc was a me-mlwr of Mixvd Chorus. Art Sovit-ty. Couricr.
Vikiugcttcs and pre-sidcnt of Quill and Scroll.
Goodwin Gmnborq Groves
Gunkffl Hfiqr-n Hamlin
Greve Grisham Gruenewnld
HUTClY Hctrqrxto Htukins
Harrington Heier Heinrich
Herbold Hickerson Hour
HORT cheerleader VIRGINIA HARRINGTON was a
member of Y-Teens and Girls' Chorus. 'gGinny" plans
to work after going to business school. MARLENE
HEIER found time for the Mixed and Girls' Choruses.
Steering Committee and Y-Teens. "Mar" will enter Mis-
souri University after graduation. Studying to become a
secretary JOAN HEINRICH took many commercial cours-
es. She was a member of the Choruses. The future of
DORIS HERBOLD includes work and then going to a
cosmetology school. After enlisting in the armed services
JAMES HICKERSON will enroll at the University of Illi-
nois. He won a second at the state wrestling meet. Stu-
But absent, their
dent Council, Letterman's Club. Hi-Y and Steering Com-
mittee took much of "Jim's" after school time. Another boy
desiring to get a head start in business was JAMES HOAR.
as he took advantage of D.O.
Harmonizing in Mixed and Boys' Choruses. DONALD
HOEHN also took time out for Hi-Y. Don will join alumni
at Missouri University. One of seven to make Honor Society
in his junior year TOM HOEKEL was also kept very busy
with the Chemistry Club and Boys' and Mixed Choruses,
He plans to study engineering at Washington University.
Contemplating matrimony. MARION HOESLI made the
most of her senior year by joining Y-Teens, Bowling Club.
Saga and the Choruses. One of the few that has flying as
a hobby and would like to continue it at his life work is
DONALD HOPKINS. He was a member of Art Society
and of Visual Aids. Tall, blond GRACE HOSKINS enjoyed
typing, sewing and playing the piano. "Sissy" joined Y-
Teens. She plans to attend Southeast Missouri State Teach-
ers College. Cute, blond MARY ANN HUDSON was very
well liked by her classmates. She enjoyed tennis and Y-
Teens. Preparing for a nursing career at St. Luke's Hos-
pital, CHARLOTTE HUGHES took two years of Latin.
Planning to see some of the places she has studied in
geography, JOAN HUGHES intends to be an airline host-
ess. ARTHUR HUSMANN was a member of the football
team, Art Society and Band. Already having gained recog-
nition for his architectural drawing "Art" plans to become
an engineer at Washington University. Knitting was the
favorite pastime of MARY HUTINGER who plans to en-
roll at Harris Teachers College.
Hoehn Hoekel Hoesli
Hughes, C, Hughes, I. Husmunn
Hopkins Hoskins Hudson
Hutinqef Issriq Iocob
memories n erqrnwn
ll:-liinrl Iln' quii-I lN'l'50llllllly of ll0lllfll'l' Hlllllll
mu un inla-lligvnl lllilllll1'l' Wllifll surpriswl pr-mph-. Of-
lvn 1-ull'-il "l"liwy" ivy his frivnmls. ln- lump:-5 In allvnml
xx4.5iii.mi.,., lfniwrsily l.uw and llnsinr-ss .'X4lllllIli5ll'klllUll
Spur-lu minili-ml llUN'Xl.ll ,I Vlllll pm:-Iii-1-el for tin' ll'il1'li
In-ann :uni nuula- ilu- Vuiwily. Klum-n raplain ul lin' li-ann.
'Qlzilu-" In-1'mnv ai lvlla-rinun. Showing an int:-rvsl in url and
luring, ,IH .NNN ,lUIl.-XNNl'l'i'l'lCli nzllurully rlum- Sl'1'l'1'lil-
riul work nr rmnnn-r4'ial art. liirls spurt 1-mlilnr ol' Saga.
liUSAI.Il'1.IONICS. join:-il Quill nnnl Srrull. Viking:-ll:-s zinml
ian'-ily luwkf-5. "Rosie-" plans lu In-m'onw u surgical nursi-
ul SI. ,lulink llofpilul. Wllilm' glulllvring nm-ws for Couric-r.
lNll.0lil'iS .IUUS In-rulxiv si-4'r4-lul'y of Quill illl1l Srroll.
..-IMG.. plans to 1-nrnll in Wusliinggton lhiinq-,ity to lnujur nitmlm' Quinn Hankel Hank FHNRUU Hmwipk WITH
. I .I I -I g. , A . , , . I 4 , . -' .M. i
"' 5"""'l"W" lli'l'l'y'3"'l""kY' lmNM'll -lin was 5"""l"'5 Irohlfs, lmmrrrul I'llIIlx'f'!l xrllolrzsrirwzlly fm Ihr' 'I up Ivn.
of Ilia- l,ll4'llIlhll'y Lluln. Ili- plum lo all:-nfl will-gi-.
lfnjnyingg ulliw- work. 5ll.'XllUN KKSPICR Iuuk znlvuu-
luga- of IMP. iuul Illillll' smnr- 4-xlru Ill0Il4'y. NM-ll llkwl
'IVKNX 'X KI'1l,I.NifXN was il nu-mln-r nf thi- Slllll1'lll-Ylil'Zlt'll-
wr lllillllllllgl lfounril. :Xflvr przuluulimm sin- plans to ull:-nml Iyililiq-H, "Dun" was prvsimlm-nl of lli-N. lsusina-ss IllilllllQll'l' of
Nli-suuri llniu-rally. Quim-I SlllKl,l'iX KINIDK fulurm- in- Saga, vim--pl'vsi4lm-lil uf llonor Suri:-ly. unml rzipluin of lin'
1'lllll4'NIllilllbflllglill l'iiIlilll4'l' unil lfmnnn-r4-:- ul Wusliingtnn swimming: tvznn. He- was an inmnlu-r of tln- l.l'll1'l'lIl2lll'S
llniwrsily. .lllllilf Kl'l'XlNlilCR. 1-ull'-rl "Killy". plans to lilulv and of Studi-nl-'l'n-arlu-r l'lanning liUllIH'il. l'lunning lo
lwrmm- an l'1'1'l'pll0IliSl. lluoklws-piiig wus lin- luxurih- uf um-ml l'm-qluv llnivq-rsily, ln- will major in 1-ligim-4-l'il1g:.
.l KAN Kl.l'ilNlf who plains In mln ullirm- work. 'l'l1m- vliuiri- A llll'lIllN'l' of Hi-Y. ilu- wrvslling tvzun zinil lA'll4'I'Illilll.S
uf ll4lN:Kl,ll Kl.lNlll,l'ill as viva--prvfinli-nl of tin- juniur liluln. l,lCl'l'H KN.'xillll,l,l'iR will nth-ml Ilia' llniu-rsily of
rlnu, num! pupulur lmy in Iln- Im-nlli unel 4'll'W'l1lll grznlu- Culornelo. Uutstuniling girl swimnu-r Sli,-XRUN KNHIK-
mul our uf tin' liw num! popular in liix sa-niur yi-ur lulil 'lllfl ICR won lllillly awurlls. Siu- wus ai lHt'lIIlll'f' of Sluilvnl
lin- story of his mlhlumling pi-rsonulily. rlssuining l'1'Sll0llSl- fi0llIll'il aunl X-'li1'4'IlS. Siu- plains lu ullvnml rollr-gr.
lfilifirixip-'lf-1 Inn--:1 Ioos Ioy Kasper Kollnmn
Klnfq Kll2IIifIl'I Kloizw Klinqlcr Knmniller Kmckrnoyer
, 5 -53.-,Wm--f
Kniep Knollmcm Koester Kremenecky
Kyle Lacy Long Layton
Leimonn Leonard Libo Loddeke
EING fond ot' training animals led PAUL
KNIEP to the occupation of veterinarian. Lik-
ing such sciences as chemistry and biology
certainly will help when "Dime" attends the Univer-
sity of Missouri. A commercial enthusiast from the
beginning. JOYCE KNOLLMANN took numerous
courses including typing and bookkeeping. ln or-
der to attend Miss Hickey's Business School, she
took a part time job and thus became a member of
Diversified Occupations. Wishing to continue his ed-
ucation, GEORGE KOESTER is yet undecided con-
cerning which college he will attend. "Bud", as he is
sometimes called. rated auto mechanics and mathe-
matics as "tops" on his list of favorite subjects. Al-
though VALERlE KREMENECKY had been at
Normandy only for one year, her friends felt they
had known her for a much longer time. She made
herself at home enjoying such subjects as English,
shorthand and chemistry. She immediately joined
Art Society and became a member of Honor Socie-
ty as she tied with two other girls ranking eleventh
scholastically in the Senior Class. She plans to at-
tend Washington University. Known only as "Tom",
tall, lanky THOMAS KYLE played an important
role in Hi-Y and the Language Club. Often found
practicing, he soon made the golf team. He plans
to join other Normandy graduates at the University.
Lohoefner Lotz Lowe
Lutercxn Major Malik
other thnuqhts and trnuhles nf m nwn,
Ilarel work anel a ple-asing pe-rsonality Irrought I'A'I'lII-
III,-I Iltfl sue-e-e-ss in Orvlie-sis. :Xrt Soe-ie-ty. I-'l'e-e-ns anel
the- Ifhoruse-s. "I'at" plans to ge-t a eIe-gre-e- in nursing at
Ilarue-s Ilospital. 'I'III'iOIlOliI'i IANU rate-el e'Iie-mistry anel
physirs alroxe- all e-Ise-. Ile- spe-nt Ie-isure- time- working e-x-
pe-rime-nts with Ille- IIhe-mistry Cluln. "'Iie'eI" plans to atte-nel
Wasliinglon Ilnixe-rsity to major in e'he-mistry. ,-'I le-aeling
Iinglish stuele-nt. I.l'IIC l.AYI'ON, wrote- many inte-re-sting
arlie'Ie-s lor the- Inlt'lin,us. Ile- plans to atte-nel Washington
Ilnixe-rsily. 'I'aIl. lmlonel, inte-llige-nt 41.-XROI. I.I'iI"NI.-NNN
was a re-porte-r on Courie-rg she- won the- first awarel in the-
l'ieIitorial Ifonte-st of Nlissouri. Not to lie- Iorgotte-n was he-r
Ioxe-ly voie-e- as she- sang: in None-t. She- plans to invluele-
Janne-s 'Nlillikin llnive-rsity in he-r future-. Sine-e- mathe-matie's
anel se'ie-ne-e- we-rv the- favorite-s ol Il.-XVIII I.I'fONAIlIl, lie-
plans to take- e-ngine-e-ring at Wasliiugton llnixe-rsity. Ilark
huire-el lmoNN-X I.IIlO took typing in e-ase- she- ele-e-iele-s to
work. Slte- may go to a e-olle-go in .-Xslnury, Ke-ntue'ky. J ICAN
IHIIIJICKIC. who is unele-e-iele-el alnout he-r future- spe-nt he-r
Irisure- time- in outeloor aeftivitie-s. :Ku e-xe-e-Ile-nt pianist. l.OIS
I.OIIOI'1l"Nl'IIl was ofte-n aske-el to he- an ae-e-ompanist. Will-
ingly she- uiele-el the- Iloys' Chorus anel Ore-he-stra. "Lo" plans
to atte-nel tlle- Wasliington llnive-rsity Se-hnol of Nlusie-. We-ll
like-el ROIllCIi'I'.-X I.OWIC was se-e-re-tary of 'llixe-el Chorus
anel a me-mln-r of Stuele-nt Council. Y-'I'e-e-ns anel Courie-r.
"Ile-rtau will major in journalism at the- llnive-rsity of Mis-
llI'I'I"I'l I.ll'I'I'lIlAN plans to e-nte-r a elramatie- se-hool a
rouple- of ye-ars afte-r graeluation.
Long. hlonel haire-el CAROL MAJOR was a me-mhe-r of
the- llhoruse-s, the- Square- Ilane-e-rs anel Y-Te-e-ns. "Maj" will
atte-nel Missouri llnive-rsity. Fonel of harmonizing. l'I'i'l'l'fll
NIALIK joine-el Mixe-el anel Boys' Chorus:-s. "I'e-te-" plans to
atte-nel Washington llnive-rsity to major in e-ngine-e-ring.
Chose-n a e-he-e-rle-aelvr. Le-tte-rman's Que-e-tl. anel se-e-re-tary of
Ore-he-sis. HELEN NIARKMANN was we-Il like-el. She- par-
tie-ipate-el in Vikingze-tte-s. anel Quill anel Se-roll. She- plans
to te-ach moele-rn danve- afte-r atte-neling Harris 'l'e-ae-he-rs'
Colle-ge-. A me-mlme-r ol Hi-Y. Saga. ILO. anel Quill anel
Se-roll. LAWRENCE NI.-XRLICR plans to atte-nel St. l.ouis
llnive-rsity. "Larry" will he-lp his fathe-r in Iiusine-ss. 'I're-as-
ure-r of the- Sophomore- e-lass. GERRY NI.-XURICR plans to
work afte-r graeluation. Taking aelvantage- ol I3.0. was
IJONALII MAY. who plans to alte-nel the- llnive-rsity of
Ohio. Laughing GAIL 'NIe-AI.LIS'I'ER. il me-mln-r of Y-
'I'e-e-ns. Art Soe'ie-ty anel Saga. hope-s to stuely art at Wash-
ington llnive-rsity. DORIS Me-C.-NNN plans to e-nte-r Xlis-
souri Ilaptist Hospital for nurse-s' training. Joking J .-XNIICS
Nle-CAIILEY e-njoye-el history. sports anel spe-e-e-h. "Jim" plans
to atte-nel llrake- llnive-rsity. Ofte-n mistake-n for Ilt'I' twin
siste-r, JEAN Me-COURT plans to work in an otlie-e-. Some--
time-s te-ase-el alnout he-r nie-kname- "Kitty". .-Il.IlfI'f Me'-
KILARNEY was on the- Saga stafl. She- plans to go to e-omp-
tome-te-r se-hool. Big JOHN Me-COY. me-mlie-r of the- foot-
lvall te-am anel the- l.e-tte-rman's Clulm. plans to atte-nel Mis-
souri Unive-rsity. Chose-n St. I'at's Que-e-n. I'li1lGY Me'-
GUIRE will stuely elre-ss ele-signing. As e-aptain of the- trae-k
te-am. PAIII. NIe'KEAN lJe-e'ame- u me-mlre-r ot' the- l,e-tte-r-
Mexrkmemn Mrxrlor Maurer
Me-Cenile-y Mc'C0u1t NIcCle1rney
Moy McAllister McCann
McCoy McGuire McKean
Meers Menqes Merkel
Mock Moeller, D. Moeller,
N lloy's Chorus JERALD MEERS plans to work after
graduation. Another who plans to attend Missouri Uni-
versity was DONALD MENGES. Intelligence accom-
panied personality in MARY MERKEL Valedictorian. ed-
itor of Courier, and outstanding speaker in Voice of Dem-
ocracy. Exeelling in journalism. she won the state award
of the International Quill and Scroll. She was a veteran
member of Y-Teens. Vikingettes. Band and all County Or-
chestra. "Merk" plans to study law at Washington Uni-
versity. Interested in "Trigg, Physics and the Chemistry
Club JAN MOCK plans to attend Rolla School of Mines.
ml is it sn
Quiet DELORES MOELLER enjoyed typing and plans
to go into secretarial work. Planning to work until the
armed services call him JAMES MOELLER gained ex-
perience in the D.O. Club.
Enjoying typing. JUNE MOORE will make an excellent
dictaphone operator. She was a member of the Bible Club
and Mixed Chorus. Since MARJEANE MOREAU had no
trouble with mathematics. she will become a chemical en-
gineer at the University of lllinois. She made Saga and
Quill and Scroll. Going down to Cape Girardeau. DON-
ALD MORIE plans to major in business because econom-
ics proved his favorite. Enjoying our commercial courses.
JEANNETTE MULLEN will choose Felt and Forrent
Comptometer School. Harris Teachers College will claim
JANET MYERS, a member of Girls' Chorus. Courier and
Quill and Scroll. Although ROBERT MURICK was a mem-
ber of D.O. he is undecided about the future.
Active in Choruses. Bowling Club. and Art Society
JOHN NECE hopes to study art at Washington University.
Coming from Beaumont where she was a cheerleader.
PHYLLIS NEUMANN plans to attend Missouri Univer-
sity. To major in journalism at Missouri University was the
aim of SUSAN NIEMEYER. a reporter on Courier and
member of Quill and Scroll. Seldom called MARGARET
NOONAN. "Marg', took an active role in Y-Teens. Bowl-
ing Club. Mixed Chorus and girls' sports. Earning a 1000
point letter in her sophomore year. she soon became secre-
tary of Vikingettes.
Tall. quiet RICHARD OFFERJOST plans to work after
leaving the Viking Campus. Member of the golf team
WILLIAM PATTON soon became a member of thc Let-
Moore Moreau Morie
Mullen Myers Myrick
Nece Neuman Niemeyer Noonon Offerjost Patton
NORMAN l'AWlCl,l'IK will major in e-nginc-1-ring at
Washington llnivcrsity, sincn- hc show:-tl inte-re-st in "math"
antl physics. Oftcn 1-alle-tl "l"rcnl'hic". GREGORY PELE-
ROS plans to In-comc an auto tncchanic. Although work-
ing purt time-, JOYCE PERKINS found time for Viking-
cttt-s. "l'crky" plans to :lo cle-rical work. Tho Coast lluartls
holsls an attraction for EDWARD PIKEY who participatcrl
in tht- D. O. Club. llnelvcitlc-tl about future- plans LOUIS
l'OI.l.ARD. oft:-n callctl "Jinx", took time- to work in the
D. O. Club. Corrcspontling sccrctary for Stuclcnt Council.
MARY ANN PORZENSKI bclongx-tl to Art Socit-ty. 'l'ri-Y
and llowling Club. She' plans to bt-como a nurse.
Sotnctitncs callctl "l'ottsic" CAROL PUTTS. a Inc-tnbcr
of thc lliblc Club. plans to incluxlc Miss Hicke-ys' Sevre-
tarial School in he-r future-. Planning to join the Navy Ell-
f2l'lNl'i PRRISS bt-catnc a tm-tnbcr of D. O. The' sweet por-
sonality of NORNIA l'RlECRL won ht-r many frie-mls in
Y-'l'ct-ns. Art Socia-ty antl Vikingcttcs. "Sis" wouhl like to
bt- a moth-l but will bvconn- a be-auty operator. Known
only as "Mol" AR'l'llllR PRIMO plans to work aftcr grail-
llistory untl auto nu-chanics prove-tl to be- thc favorite-s of
jOllN Rl'1l'lD5 who was a tncnibcr of D. O. Hoping to
gt-t a goofl job DINA RREVES took typing at Normantly.
A gootl all arounsl pm-rsonality he-lpctl CAROL REMMERT
gt-t alta-url. "Re-mic-" work:-tl aftcr school. but she' still fountl
timc for Stutlt-nt Council, Girls' ancl Mixt-tl Chorus. Quill
antl Scroll. Art Som-is-ty antl Saga. She- is sure- to have fun
at South:-ast Missouri Statc Colle-gc. The llnive-rsity of Mis-
souri is to bc inclurlvrl in GERALD RlfVELl.l'i's futuri-
aftcr hz- joins thc Air lforcc. "Littlu- Jim" rcncwctl a Nor-
Pcxwelck Pelebos Perkins
Pikey Pollcrrd Porzenski
tnanmly tratlition whcn hc bccatnc a cliccrlcatlcr. JAMES
RICHARDSON was a mctnbe-r of Chorus antl Square-
Dancing. With first pagc ctlitorship on Couricr and nwtn-
bcrship in Quill antl Scroll. ht- was wt-ll on his way to
stumly journalism at Washington llniwrsity. Y-Tm-cns. anal
Mixctl antl Girls' Chorus kncw CAROLYN RlCl'l'l'ER as
a nwmbcr. She- pn-fe-rr:-tl typing antl plans to att:-ntl Miss
Hick:-y's Se-crctarial School. Wishing to own a tlancing
school BARBARA RlDl'iR cnjoycxl hlixctl anml Cirls' Chor-
us:-s. typing antl biology at school. A ve-tcran varsity hocke-y
plays-r MARILYN RISINUER took timv out for X-Tc:-tts
Potts: Preiss Prieqel
Roxnrnort Revelle Richardson
Primo Reeds Reeves
Richter Rider Risinqe-r
S lent his voiee
to the Boys' and Mixed Chorus. The Univers-
ity of Chicago will be his Alma Mater. He
plans to major in Science. Hi-Y, Letterman's Club,
Senior Steering Committee, Honor Society, and Mixed
and Boys' Chorus knew JOHN ROHLFS as a mem-
ber. Trigonometry, social living and physics helped
him to plan his career as an engineer. His spare
time was spent playing basketball and other sports.
His time spent in sports has earned WILLIAM
ROSS the honor f b'
0 eing a Letterman. "Stars"
favorite subject was art, and his future includes
college. Either Washington University or the Uni-
versity of Missouri will claim WILLIAM RUSS as
a freshman after graduation from high school. He
was a veteran memb
, er of the swimming team and
calm JOHN ROBERT
e ound devoting
his idle moments to photography. Mechanical draw-
ing proved helpful as "Dick" plans to go to St.
Louis University to study draftsmanship. Having
basketball as his hobby, GLEN SCHAPER was
made center and captain of the team. He is indefi-
nite about college. Although his name was JAMES
SCHEVE, most people know him as "Al". ln h'
junior year "Al"
became a member of the D. 0.
AFFLEY could b f
Sindlinqer Sisson Skutoff
Small Smith, D.
lnnq ears, Du the
Whilc thcrc is no comparison lvctwccn ll. 5. llistory antl
roll:-r skating. tln-sv arc .IllIlI'l'lI SlIHl,lll'f'l'El'l's favorite-
suhjcct anal hohlay. livcn though shc plans to hc a profcs-
sional skatcr. "Jtt1ly" may go to Harris 'l'f'3t'l'lt'l'!4. Coll:-gc.
I"lt 'XNCICS SlIllNllllNlNN has no tlcfinitz- plans for tht- lu-
turc yct. lnut she- wants lo att:-ntl 'Nlissouri llnivcrsity. Fran-
ccs lists hm-r favorite- suhjf-cts as typing. shorthantl. and
music. 'Nlaking a line- accountant with hookkce-ping anrl
"math" as his favoritc suhja-cts. .IESSIE SCHROLL plans
to i-ntcr 'Nlissouri linivcrsity. Known as a tlcvotcrl fishcr-
man llllY.'NN 5Hll5il'l'iR matlc tnany of his own "llif-s." A
me-mhcr of tln- track lcant "Sonny" hccame- a l,e-ttcrtnan.
l.Olll'I'l"l'A SIDES is going to work in an ollicc in thc
ncar futurc. Since- hi-r favoritc suhjcct was music. shc was
in thc scnior chorus. Owning his own husincss is inclutlcfl
in thi- futurs- plans of CARI, SINIDLINGER. llis hohhics
we-rc woomlworking. lrnihling racing hoats antl Sca Scouts.
lliology ancl psychology wcrc- among his favorite- sulijccts.
Ont- of thc miml-ya-ur stnalcnts. .IAMICS SISSON. continucnl
at Not-mantly. grauluating with his fricnals. A nn-lnlmcr of
tht- St-nior St:-cring fiOllllllillt'Q' "Jim" plans to cnroll in col-
lt-gc. Alt:-r attcntling Washington llnivcrsity GARY SKAT-
Ol"l" plans to go into atlvcrtising. Onc of tht- most out-
stanaling sttnlcnts Nl.Nllll.YN SNlAl,l. was sf-lccte-rl Sccrc-
tary antl ln-st citizcn ol thc .lunior Class. Ranking onc of
tln- top tcn scholastically. Nlarilyn was also one- of thc top
tcn in popularity. Wt-ll like-cl. she- was chose-n school lifc
crlitor on Saga. prcsitlcnt of N-'l'e-cns. anrl Prom rt-ports-r.
Sha- was a llN'lIllN'l' of Quill annl Scroll anal Stttrlcnt-Tcaclr
cr Planning Council. Votctl llcst Orcssctl. OOLORICS
SMITH was most popular antl class St-crctary in he-r lrcsh-
man yn-ar. "ll0tlic" was a nn-mhcr of Nlixctl Chorus. Square-
Oancing. antl Swimming. Shc plans to go to Nliami Uni-
vcrsity. A mcmhcr of Couric-r aml Quill anal Scroll. .l.-KNICT
SMITH. oltcn callcil "Jan", plans to major in home- cconom-
ics at Missouri llnivcrsity. A husincss profcssion is thc fu-
ture- plans of VIROEEN SMITH. "Vir" cnjoyctl foods and
scnior home-making ln-st of all. Small like-ahlc Nl.-KRll,YN
SPEVERE was hs-re only onc ycar. hut in that timc shi-
hccamc a mcmhcr of Y-Te-cns in hcr scnior yn-ar. Shc plans
to attcntl Missouri University. Oftcn callctl "lie-org:-". ROI!-
ERT Sl'RxKlJl,lNG cnjoyctl art and Nlixcml Chorus. With
cotnntcrcial courscs lu-ing tht- favoritc of l':NlNl.-X LEA
S'l'l'il"l"l'iN. she- mlccitlctl to hccomc a se-crctary. Y-'l'ccns
aml Girls' antl Mix:-cl Chornscs claimcd "Flin" as a mcm-
lwr. JOHN S'l'El"l"liN plans to att:-ntl Rankin Trails- School
to ln-conlc a ratlio cnginccr. Quict SHl'fll,.'X S'l'l'fl.N-l.'KN
was a inc-inlwr of Y-Tcens antl llowling Cluh. "Sha" plans
to cnroll at Maryvillc. majoring in te-aching. Spcmling much
time- hunting. ROBERT STOElIKl'fR was a mcmhcr of
l7.0. Since- Cl.ARENCl'f STORMS was a ln:-mln-r of
lJ.O.. hc plans to continuc working. OLIVER S'l'ROHllliCK
plans to go to St. Louis Collcgc of Pharmacy. Fricntlly
Cl'lARl,ES SYKES was a nn-inhcr of ILO. anal will ln-comc
a hookkccpcr. Although untlccitlctl ahout thc luturc. .IERA
RY 'l'Al'i'l'Z participatcml in Mix:-tl Chorus and thc llowling
lfluh in which hc- was pre-sirlcnt in 1950. Tall. ll,-XRl3AR.-X
'l'Al,llERT plans to go to work upon gratluation.
Smith, V. Spevere Sprndlinq
Stow-kr-x Storms Strohbeck
Steffen, E. Steffen, I. Stelmcn
Sykes Tuetz Tcilbert
Pciqe Thii ty-Five
Thompson Tinsley Trueblood
Ulrich Uptuin Utsch
TTRACTIVE JOAN THOMPSON. interested in dress
designing. often thought of new and original styles.
She is sure to be a success after graduation from
Washington University. "Jo" also took an important role
in Y-Teens and Art Society. RICHARD TINSLEY so en-
joyed the amusement business that he plans to include it
in his future. Outstanding for his cartoon work. KENNETH
TRUEHLOOD became a member of Courier and Quill and
Scroll. Enjoying all art. he participated in Art Society and
decided to become a commercial artist after attending Mis-
souri University. Enjoying auto mechanics and woodwork-
ing at Normandy. GEORGE ULRICH plans to go into the
ntl 15 the memnr
service. Wlitty NOHMA UPTAIN made the most of het
senior year by enjoying Art Society, Courier. and Y-Teens.
She plans to enroll in Missouri University to study journal-
ism. Y-Teens. Student Teacher Planning Council. Student
Council. Art Society. and Quill and Scroll had CAROLA
UTSCH for a member. She was kept dashing between
Saga and Vikingettcs where she was president. "Carol"
plans to attend De Pauw University.
Active in Chorus and the Letterman's Club was tall
DAVID VEST. who plans to study law at Missouri Uni-
versity. The Chemistry Club and Dramatics Club took much
of ALBERT VETTER's timeg he planned to attend college.
Short. cute JANET VIE lent a hand in Chorus and Saga.
Uncertain about the future "Jan" hopes to attend Missouri
University. ROSETTA VITALE enjoyed Y-Teens and Chor-
usesg she plans to go to Missouri University. Often called
Hlleln. MELVIN VOLMER was I3oy's Sports Editor of
Saga. He plans to attend Missouri University. ELEANOR
VOSS. a member of Y-Teens. enjoyed dancing for Orchesis.
Planning to be a nurse because she enjoyed Chemistry.
LOUISE WALDMAN was a member of Vikingettes. An
active member in Y-Teens and the Howling Club. ETHEL
WALLACE will make an excellent elementary teacher
after she attends Harris Teachers' College. Another who
wishes to become a nurse. JANE WARNER was a member
of Y-Teens and Orchesis. Making use of his interest in
art. ARTHUR WEISS plans to become a commercial artist.
He was a member of Art Society and Secretary of the
Howling Club. Undecided about the future. PAUL WELCH
participated in basketball. Letterman's Club and D. O.
Planning soon to bc married. JEAN WHITE enjoyed Or-
chesis. X-Teens and Square Dancing.
Vest Vetter Vie
Waldman Wallace- Warner
Vitale Volmer Voss
Weiss Welch White, I
pleasant as tn mn. "
lfnjoyiug Spanish, sliortlmnml. antl swimming. l'A'l'llllflA
Wlll'l'lC is still iiiult-viilvrl aliout tha- futurv. Known as
"ll:-t". lll'l'l"l'Y WIIJICINIAN rata-tl typing as "tops" in ht-r
vlassa-s antl will makn- uso of it. l'lanning to lu- a lioust-wif:-.
VIRGINIA Wll'l'l'H0l.'l'lCR lik:-il typing auil took atlvan-
tugs- of ll. U. Int:-rt-sta-el in all girls' sports Jlll.lA Wll,-
IPICIIMAN soon lu-1'anu' a me-mlwr of Vinkingvttvs. l'rolr-
alxly llflli'l'llY WILKICRSON will 1-ntvr the- lrusint-ss worlml
sinvu- lu-r fuvoritn- was lnookkt-1-ping. lixpi-1-ting to lu- flraft-
1-4l into tlu- Aruwml Svrvim-s Kl'lNNl'l'l'l'l Wll.l.lCNlS liolr-
lnim-s int-liula-tl working on vars antl hunting.
Journalism anrl tlramativs wort- tht- favoriti- sulvjt-1-ts of
DUN Wll.l.lAMS who was in the- all svhool play anal was
ii stall uivmln-r of tlu- Courit-r. llc- was also avtivi- in Quill
anal Svrollg plants to att:-nil ,Iohn llrown llnivm-rsity. Art
svvms to lIlll'l't'Sl l'll,lfAlll'l'l'H W'll.l.lAhl5 as slit- plzttts
Io alta-ntl tln' Art Institute- ol Chit-ago. "Windy" is a mom-
lwr of tht' Art Sorii-ty. Quill antl Si-roll. anel flourivr. "Woll-
is-" was vvry avtivu- in footlnall anal wrt-slliug that lu- malle-
tlu- varsity untl In-1'aniv a nu-mln-r in l.t'llt'I'lllt'Il.S Clulv.
KI-INNl'I'l'll WUl.l" plans to sturly ttwmlivinn- sinve' lu' Iikt-il
vln-mistry anml pliysivs. Sm-iw-tarial work will prolialnly ln-
ini'lufle-tl in ,IUAN Wlll,l.lilllNlIK's future-. 'l'ln- sports mln--
purtmt-nt lost an vxm-llvnt playvr wlu-n GRAQIIC WOOD
joiuvtl ll. U. A tue-mlwr of Vikinge-Ita-s Graco plans to at-
tn-uil lllootly llililt- Instituto. 'lin In-arn a trarlc- is thi- alu-
lnition of flAlllllll,l. WIIICNCHQ nivknaim-il "Carly", his
favorite- sulnj:-vts vonsiste-il of Ili-nvh Me-tal. llistory anil
Art. Coll:-1-ting miniaturvs is ont- of AIIIJRICY Wlll.KUl'l"'s
favorite- pastime-s. Art antl typing rank as "Au1l's" lwst like-ml
sulrjvvts. Slit' was uvtivt' in Art Sovit-ty. N-'l'i-vns anil IN-p
White, P. Widemcxn Wietholter
Wildermun Wilkerson Willems
Cluli. H1-r future- plans consist of sn-cr:-tarial work. Typing
sw-ins to intern-st lll2Vl'fRl.Y ZAVACK as her future plans
1-onsist of ollivv work. "ll:-v's" favorite pastime-s are- sing-
ing antl swimming. An at-tivo ll. 0. stutli-nl. WAl.'l'lfR
ZIIQGLER hope-s to lwconu- a Marin:-. llookkvvping ranks
as onv of his favoritt-s. Vivr--pre-siilent of Y-'l'es-ns iilvnti-
fit-s this girl as PATRICIA ZOOK. nivknami-ml "Pat", Sho
was at-tivo in lllixi-tl Chorus. Ht-r plans include majoring
in fashion mn-rchantlising at Gulf-Park Coll:-gt-. As a nuan-
lwr of Vikingvtte-s. l.AllRRFIT'l'A ZYKAN. known as "like-
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RESIDENT Jack Thiele was a member of the Letter-
man's club and Planning Council. Janice Javonovic.
Vice President. was active in Student Council, Orchesis.
Student Teacher Planning Council, Steering Committee.
LWAYS ready with a smile and a willingness
to help others, the Junior class returned to
the Normandy campus. The officers of their class:
.lack Thiele, presidentg Janice Jovanovic, vice presi-
dentg Mary Hodge, secretaryg and Nancy Hibbs,
treasurer, worked industriously and efficiently to
prove that their class could be equally successful
in scholarship and activities.
Since the only required subject was English many
of the Eleventh graders completed their American
History credit this year. Helping to increase their
knowledge of famous authors, the Juniors studied
the techniques and styles of Hemingway, Dreiser,
and Sandburg. They also studied the establishment
and development of American Literature and were
and Tri-Y. Mary Hodge, secretary, was a member of
Student Council and Vikingettes. Nancy Hibbs, treasurer,
worked in Tri-Y and Orchesis.
Efficient Ilffilzers Lead
often found in the library reading many historical
literature books which had been assigned for read-
Before graduating, all students were required to
pass the Constitution test given by the Social Studies
Department. Studying the growth and development
of the Constitution helped the Juniors to understand
the government better and prepared them for their
future lives so that they could understand more
thoroughly the affairs of the government.
Many and varied electives were open to all. Such
a selection gave the students an opportunity to ex-
periment in the different fields of business. Those
who intended to enter the field chose shorthand and
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IDDLE ROW: Kessler, Boirner, Clcnl-I, Worthy, Cooper, Rutter, Marie, Sterling, Lemmon. FRONT ROW
rvis, Pftinstiel, Rutherford, Kelly, Berendes, Leonard, Champion.
BACK ROW: Schweitzer, Harrington, Ens, McKenzie, lunge, Bctird. MIDDLE ROW: Nagle, Rollhtms,
iwson, Morton, Birrdley, Dobbin. FRONT ROW: Thoele, Thurman, Lospe, Donoho, Dewitt, Hanson.
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ics vlass, whore the lflvv-
cnlh Gratis' girls wvrt'
learning how to lu- future
actors and actresses lislvcl
cleliate, drama and slit-1-vli
as the major courses on
their programs. Also wry
popular were the Soviol-
ogy' and Sovial lriving
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in homv lift- alml cluling
ith Patience and Persnvurance
BACK ROW: Reisenleiier, D. Schmidt, S. Smith, Schleuter, Hoesli, Kelly, Pgulsell, Lonqhoier. FRONT
ROW: Bauman, Brooks, Wilierd, Msnendez, Erlcer, Shepard, P. Smith.
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dmlily in plating' R,,m,,,, Hodges- Dm, Pulking. won Illillll vic'tori4-s zmfl honors for tht-ir Alma
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BACK R O W: Hoyt, Boare,
H a r d y, Miller, Christensen,
Hale, Hoffman, Strenq, Pearce.
THIRD ROW: Schulze, Goedel,
Woods, Harris, Prcrtzki, Pike,
De-Mariano, Sherrill, SECOND
ROW: Barkau, Iovanovic, Bar-
key, Schmidt, Huqhes, Pfaff,
Knight, Worley. FRONT ROW:
Irvine, Free, Lierrnan, Barker,
BACK ROW: Plummer, Sle-
phens, lanzow, Stroud, Watt,
Mclntyre, Kormeier. MIDDLE
ROW: Moore, Dobbins, Newell,
Hamilton, Leach, A b r a ni S.
FRONT ROW: Brauss, Iackson,
Hibbs, Mathews, Meyer, Ball.
BACK ROW: Vocks, Huber,
Davis, Herman, Seiler, Anthes,
Bartz. FRONT ROW: Humm,
McGinty, Puqliese, P o t 1 e i,
Dralle, Abrams, Spenqel.
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Borchelt, Sanders, Riegert, Graham.
RESIDENT Bob Sanders, a member of Mixed Chorus
and Square Dancingg participated in all sports. Bar-
bara Borchelt, vice president, sang in the Chorus and
was in the Student Teacher Planning Council. Bobhe
BOUNDING with enthusiasm, the Sopho-
mores entered their first year at Normandy
Senior High. Astonished at the many activities and
wide range of subjects available, the Tenth Graders
began planning their future.
By proving that they were a class that was going
to lead, they elected the following officers: Bob
Sanders, president, Barbara Borchelt, vice presi-
dent, Bobbe Riegert, secretary, and John Graham,
treasurer. By their leadership, they contributed
much to making their class one never to be for-
Since the only required subjects were English
and World History, the Sophomores had ample op-
Riegert, secretary, was a member of Tri-Y, Student Council
and the Normandy Squares. John Grahm, treasurer, sang in
Mixed Chorus, participated in Student Council and Track.
inds Wnrli Together
portunity to choose subjects in the field in which
they were most interested.i
The study of Julius Caesar, "the foremost ruler
of them all," and the Fall of Rome proved interest-
ing as well as exciting to many Tenth Graders.
Panel discussions and reports on the Medieval
Period also added pleasure to the class. The under-
classmen always looked forward to films of these
events. As they viewed them, they saw many of the
scenes and episodes described in their texts. View-
ing the unusual film on the Crusades, the Sopho-
mores learned of the hardships endured and the
daring exploits encountered by the Crusaders.
English gave the students an opportunity to learn
li A C' K H O W: llollvxihi-iq,
!1l1fx:i:wi, Snnlli, Holthfms, Wol-
lfnlli, Snrlln-vk. MllJl7l.lQ ROW
fitwm-, Gofnlvy, Klopslwln, Wul
koi, Sf-oil, Ov:-ry. FRONT HOW
llwinnn, Poirox, Blqqzs, Bnllfir,
HAVK HOW: Slfxlir, li. Hfiiii-
xwn, llfyflyfiw, Ywrqilfznn, lluqlios,
ff:-ull, Xxm1m1l11s:1, lVllIDlDl.lf ROW:
llfntoq, Nfllllllllflfxl, K r rx n s o
lfrxlwiwxriss, Coop:-r, Robinson
Watts. FRONT ROW: Iaxnqdon
ll, llfiiiison, Stviririioymy Bfis-
:f ll, G11-vii, Toll-I, Rilvlxirx
In Prepare fur ew llespnnsihiliiies
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to spvak aml wrilv 4'Ul'I'l'1'lly. lIllUl'4'Sllllg lmook rm-ports aml rm ivws
of plays also prowil livlplnl. Giving lliv slmii-nls an 1-qnal oppol'
lnnily lo 1-xprvss llivir views wvrc panvl discussions. Stmlvnls
ywrv alwlc- lo fm-l al vast' ami lo vxprvss fvvlings more 1-li-arly wlivn
llivyf voulcl lallx along willi lln' vlass.
Among llll' many 4'lc'1'liv1's. liiology' was llw niosl yyiilvly l'llUS1'Il.
llism-ling fisli ami frogs piowcl an intvrvsling lint liorrilvlv vxpvri-
vim- lo llw girls. Many of lliv slmlvnls 1-agvrly lookvfi forward lo
lln' fiolfl trips lo thc' Zoo ami Sliaw's Carflvn. Now animals ami
llowvrs warm' dis1'owl'0cl on these' vxpvflilions.
'liliosv who ws-rv ffoinff inlo lla- lli-:hvr livlcls of a-mfim-vriiw'
P I' 1' F F
look Plame Gvonwlry. lmarning alioul llworvnis aml poslnlalvs
prow-il harrlvr than many' anlivipalvfi. loul willi a lilllv vfforl llivy
un llllISlt'l'l'Cl lhvni.
From the field of foreign languages, Spanish and
Latin seemed to be favored. With a few weeks
much of the conversation eonsisted of such expres-
sions as L'Como esta Vd?'7 and '6Buenas dias,
Home Economics proved popular with the Tenth
Grade girls. Learning how to cook well-lmalanced
meals and sewing their own clothes helped them
to prepare lor their careers as housewives.
Sports played an important part in the Sopho-
BACK ROW: Reinhrirdt, H.
Henderson, Iocob, D. Henderson,
Berqrneier, Feurinq, Oswald.
MIDDLE ROW: Cowan, lohnson,
Smith, Davies, Sdettele, Duer-
busch, Bayer. FRONT ROW:
Lynch, Hanna, Zienlinski, Brock-
meier, Lcxulf, Anderson, Gmnpp.
BACK ROW: Mdqruder, l-lfmel,
Pilsinq, Sullens, Hildebrand,
Lookdbill, Thiel, Meyer. MID-
DLE ROW: Mcmisccrico, Weber,
Perkins, H Q y d e n, Sanders,
l-leddy, Gibson. FRONT ROW:
McCormick, Eicher, Chcrlcrdft,
Wento, DeCdro, Kdmui, Barry.
BACK ROW: Horton, Bivcn,
Wiess, Bone, Hynes, Clark,
Wetzler, Goetz. MIDDLE ROW:
Potter, Erker, McRae, William-
son, Kern, Zirkelbcrch, Pitts.
FRONT ROW: Gerken, Swyers,
Pike, Ellis, Rieqert, McGee,
more year. ln lootlmall, lion llenoist and Ed llc--
Graw led the Vikings to many victories. With the
will to win, the Sophomores helped the Vikings
keep the Little Brown Jug on Thanksgiving Day.
As the liasketlmall season ended, the names of Holi
Sanders, Richard Hughes and Roh Mueller were
not forgotten. Running down the court and making
lmaskets added many victories for the team. Ry add-
ing their aliility to the team, the Sophomores helped
lead the Vikings to a successful season.
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hovkvy tit-ld 4-x'vn in void. snowy weather. Of the many organizations,
NY-'ill't'llS was the faxorite of many Sophomore girls. Donating much
of thx-ir time. they were always ready and willing to help make this
organization il sinfress. The Hi-Y proved popular with the boys.
Thvy planned hay rides. dam-es. and packed Christmas haskets.
ln addition to the many organizations. several Sophomores dis-
played their arting ahility hy starring in the all-school play.
BACK ROW: Foe-lsch, Siddens
Hoerr, Carlson, Roth, Covmqton
MIDDLE ROW: Whitt, Swoboda
lecklin, Hawks, Boxx, Naunian
FRONT ROW: Sturmfels, Ottens
meyer, Lewis, Obermark, lack
BACK ROW: Wundrrlirgh, Mfir-
ler, Graham, Fenwiek, McClure
Pritchard, Boque. MIDDLE ROW:
Backer, Menendez, Schneider,
Huebner, Present, Bridqeforth
Neuman. FRONT ROW: Schae
per, Nahb, Young, Hoffman,
Schad, Schulz, Pennington.
BACK ROW: VVlC'kUlf,1l"t, Sunp-
kins, Bushan, Gaddy, Ianosky,
Wahl, Alward, Painter, Haynes,
MIDDLE ROW: Tucker, Russ, I.
Schaper, Brennan, Linsin, Kaeln,
Kersey, Bolen. FRONT ROW:
Iohnson, Biller, Winterbottnn
Hedge, Kath, C. Smith, Bertke,
With 1Nlfif'IH'f' flltll irorlf.
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'cfictions speak louder than ll'0I'1lS.H
OMB hands busied themselves in the field of sports.
Physical adroitness and mental alertness produced
Although some were naturally endowed with skills and
techniques, others had to acquire them through long,
arduous hours of practice. Many participated in athletics
for sheer enjoyment, While others were preparing them-
selves for professional activity in the years to come.
Through competition those possessing unique ability,
persistence and stamina won honored positions on the
teams. Individuals, however, could not make a winning
Combination. Teamwork, with all hands striving toward
a common goal, was the essential ingredient which went
into the making of victory. Passing a football, dribbling
a basketball, swinging a baseball batg the prime thought
bchind the action was-'gNormandy must do its best."
Wfhile working toward this end, sports enthusiasts de-
veloped something which could never be taken away, a
sense of good sportsmanship and the ability to accept
defeat in the same gracious manner as victory.
THIRD ROW: Beattie, Stemmerman, Cmanaqerl, Sanders, DeGraw, Vest, Reynolds, Watts, Hodges, Atkins, Bradley tmanaqerj,
Iohnston. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Winkler, Gray, Kammermeyer, Harrington, Branom, Armstrong, Gautsche, Buss, Polkinqhorne, Har-
ris, Coach Sheehan. FIRST ROW: Boemer, Bianchi, Wolf, Friese, Capt, Dunkel, Capt. Butz, Bommarito, Doney, Goqqin, Otey.
Gridiron Gladiators Hrinq Blur
A long pass f'atr'hes Westerns team off guard.
URINC the past year the Normandy athletic
teams brought much glory to the campus.
Hard work, long hou1's of practice and the will to
win produced teams that would give a good fight
to any opponent. Starting the year, the football
season brought many thrills to Viking fans. Basket-
ball, wrestling and swimming completed a success-
ful winter season for the teams. When spring came
it was time for baseball, track and tennis.
Coaches Mel Sheehan, Art Shipherd, Marshall
Riegert, Morris Blitz, Walter Lundt, John Krablin
and Jack Riehl coached the teams. They gave time
and effort to train winning teams to uphold Nor-
IIIS Nl'iIl'.N fmnllnull lvmn haul il sllws-ssflll
we-amnn. 'l.Il1'y ln-gun luy dvfvulillgg Cvlllflll. 4
In ln' fnlluwing this xivlnry raum' unuthvr against
Xxl'5l1'l'll Nlililalry Avzldm-lily. 'Hn' I1-um was all-fvalvcl
In lmlll Nlupl1-NMI and Rill'IllllIl'. liullllvillg Ihalvk
V' " -5 lu-all N4lI'Illilll1Iy.S rival.
lln- nu-xl muk th' Nllxlllg
l 1 :ls lln-5 put up il gmail fight against W1-lvslvr
lnul wmhlnl hnlfl lhv 2l1lYilll1'illQ1 lm-zun. With lhvir
7 so nn 'lhmlks-'ixilw Daly. lhc-
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Capt. Butz, tackle Capt. Dunkel, guard Doney, guard Freise. tackle
Goggin, end Vest, center Bommqfifo, end
Otey, back Polkinghorne, back Johnston, back Bianchi, back k k
"B"ers Retain Enuraqe i
UHMANIJYS "Il" lfmntlmll tm-:un was at truc'
lmlim nf llu- iXltl'IIIilllliX spirit. 'i'huugh not
IHIN Ill" ll
P grunt smlsml. tht-s xiiii thvir in-st to plan' il
gmul funllmil lflittllt' umi 1ug.1iH'lht'il' lIlllJUlll'lliS tht-
liziiiivsl fight I
mfsilnlv. Morris lililz dnt his In-st ln
- ' y uml lmmlivs of thv future Vanr-
lmilsl up tln lllllltiN
slly fnullmull tl-um. ltr- llihlh stron- lu giu- his lmys
tl t'it'2ll't'l' llmiwslalmiilig uf lhi- fuutlrzlil SllltllillI'tiS
NH thu muuhl iw lwttvr IDl'l'llitl'l'li for tht
tmtl tht- futurt- Varsity grunt:-s.
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Howl IrIm'kilI1lflirI.w Ihr' If lwnu in llltllfillfl cl U
'VHIHIA ROW: Hlitz, Qfxifiril, Htirxxpp, Hendy, Herxdlpy, Meslo, Swyers, Harrison, Mfirler. SECOND ROW: Ellis, Painter, Teqult-r,
Vrtk--I f'ffvr1rKgt-ur, Ch xh im, 'Vtxytt-1, l.ut-wk, Bun-H. FIRST ROW: Pilsmq, Wildermon, Scott, Kribben, Huqhes, Zieqeniuss, Bwxqnwlefr,
Rieqert, Ptanstiel, Heidbreder, Barrett, Welsh, Goqqin, Ross, Schcrper, Elle-ison, Eckert, Iohnston, Otey, Miller, Rolilts, Beck-
Ross squeezes through.
arsit II:-lqers Shaw
HE l952-53 basketball season was one of tht-
most well played and exviting seasons in many
years. Coach Mike Riegert really stressed good
basketball fundamentals to the learn.
Although the Normandy Vikings were hampered
by a slow start, they were able to show good team
spirit and marked improvement in their later games.
As the season progressed with stronger 1-ompetition.
the Vikings came through with such spirit and im-
provement that the students here at Normandy
really Could be proud of the team.
Christmas week at Normandy was a week filled
to the rafters with good basketball exhibitions. ln
the first game that the Vikings played. they bowed
to Hancock in the Green Division at the Junior High
Gym. This put the Vikings in the Consolation Class.
The boys really kept the floor hot by trouneing
Pacifie, Central. and Fairview for a total of H9 to
,Nr an Qlllvsl ul' W1-lrslm-r. Nllflllilllllf 4'1ll1'l'f-xl llli'
XNlu'lnfl1-I' 'l'mlrn:lm1'nl llllll slmxu-cl l'1'Lll skill in alv-
l.l'illlIIQl llilvnnur lay lwn lmwlwls mul lnsing lny only
mn- 'mini lu liirlxwmnl.
Y:KIiSI'I'N llKNKl'I'I'IMl,l, SUUIHCS
Normunmlv 59 Soulllwm-st 50
Ntbflllillllly 014 lhmsm-vvll TT
Nurmumly 155 lIl1-w-luml Tl
Normumly ZH lI.ll.lf. -L2
Norlmuulv 33 lla-uumunt AIU
Normunuly SU Lnlln-run -ll:
Norrmmfly -Hi .lt'IllllllQLS 38
Normzuuly Sf" llulwork 58
Nurmunnly ST lk-ntrul 40
Normnmlv 58 l'um'ili1' 37
Nnrmnmly' ll-5 l"uirxin-w 23
Nurmunnly 52 ll. City 38
Nnrmumly Sli lire-ntwnml 49
Nornumnly TH We-ll-.ton -W
Nunuunelv 18 liile-nuur -H
Nthflllillllly 'I-In Kirlxwuml -If
Nul'lllAlll4lV -lfll Wlrlxslvr 66
Nnrmunflv Sl- l"e-mllwrl 32
NOI'Ill1lllllY 60 Sl. lfllurll-N 50
Nurmzlmly 47 Nlupln-woml 5l
Nllflllilllily SU Kitvumxr 53
NUFIIHIIHIV H Kirkwuml 62
Nlll'lllilIlllV 57 ifluyloll ful
H' l.u1luv 31'
Efficienl: un the Cnurt
Ni1lf'Nfl'lfllfll!f nplmsifiun. lIr'l1Ih1'4'1lar
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Nurmnmly 118 l.zulu4 H
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Aj 141' ' sail
Kribben, Vogt, Borchelt, Kremenecky Mueller Hughes
D. Henderson, Be-rqmeier, Sanders, Taylor, Henderson: Swy-ers!
,Q my 14, Rwvl flthletes Learn Fundamentals
Team ivork pays off.
HE MB" Basketball team coached by Larry
Wirikler started off with a three-game winning
streak. As the season progressed, they fell into u
six-game losing slump. This slump cost the team
a season with more lost than won. Although thesa-
gamcs were lost, the daily pravtim-e experienm-e
should pay off in the revorcl of the l953-51 Var-
Although hampered hy this poor season record,
the HIT, team was still able to come through with a
victory over Ritenour in the Suburban League "B"
Tournament in the Normandy Junior High Cym-
nasium. ln the Normandy Senior High Gym, the
Pliers were lveaten lay Brentwood and Clayton High
The future Varsity cagers of lNormandy High
School wound up their season with a rem-ord of 7
wins and ll losses.
1-nptziin. liivli Ott-y. along with rnnkios Dun Alla-n
:incl Nlivk, K,-ilnlain, limlu-ring np llwir pil:-ning:
airnis nnl on tln' zttlilc-tn' fn-ltl.
.lUilllSl0Il nt first. Dun l,filIlSiit'i :it sm-voml. l'nnl
l't'l't'IXt'ti flu:-Iurs nrtlvrs lu stun iN't'illlSl' nf un ln-
jnry I1-1-1-ix:-al in una- nf lust yvuris QIHIIIOS. Ellflt'llt'
lnnsl tlu- Imttvr s lmx.
TOP ROW: Com-lr Shiphrlrd, This-le, Myers, Lewis, Fenwick, Scott, Mueller, Kribbin. SECOND ROW: Hughes, McGrath, Tnylor
Vtrqt, l'. Mill:-1, VVf1lltnth, Strnwkrl. BOTTOM ROW: Allen, Srrnders, Iohnson, Otey, Prietss, Bnrrtltt, Pfnnstiel.
Pitchers lic nnlc Success
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IIIC IUSZ Yilxingl lnlsvlmzlll tvznn xsnnml np tht-
Snlnirlmn l.1-ngiw play with vlt-wn wins untl
fin- loss:-s tsllirll plan-ml tlivln in tliirtl ilivisiun.
lznrlx in ilu- spring uni 1-nnltl sm- ls-ttvrinzni :incl
Win-n tln' svusnii gut nntlvr way. we- funnrl ,lim
Mills-r ul short stun. 'IR-tl I'rif'v ut tliirtl. until ln'
l'r1'is:- ut riullt fi:-Ifl. lfiigvrn' S4-lrwiflflf' at 4'1'ntvr.
Dun l'nIkinglnn'm' ut It-ft fir-lil :incl Tenn llutz Iw-
llln-n lln- 5:15111 in-nt tn pri-ss. tht- Vikings had
nun alll fin' gulln-sf pltnt-tl. .t vlusf' 1111111 mr'41n.vnrlisplltvflrlvvixiuli.
THIRD ROW: Bailey, Epiicxnio, Ray, Fritz, Ellis, Bradley, Stroud, Aubuchon, Bedre, Premer, Sprddlinq, Strcrsser, Kcmtis, Zieqen-
tuss, Couch Blitz. SECOND ROW: Zoll, Eder, Wolf, I-Iickerson, Frcmkenberqer, Doney, McKean, Barnes, Knumiller, Benoist, Bianchi,
Dunkel. FIRST ROW: Heciciy, Crider, Berqmeier, Capt. Bedrosiem.
qile atrnen Became Champions
Working hard. Dunkel tries for a pin.
HIS yea1"s wrestling team under the superh
coaching of Morris Blitz made a creditahle
showing, dropping only two decisions. The Vikings
were handicapped hy the loss of "Half Wfhitney,
past captain and four-year state champion.
As the time for the state tournament drew near.
the matmen possessed a fighting spirit and a will
to win, and after two days of strenuous wrestling
brought home a third place trophy to he put with
the many others won in previous years.
The team also produced two state champions in
their weights: Dick Frankenhurger and Stan Berg-
meier. Bergmeier was the sensation of the team
when he pinned his opponent in ten seconds.
During the state meet Webster and Normandy
were fighting it out for second and third place.
und:-r tht- voaivhiiig of Wultvr Lundt. The-y won a
large' inujority ol tht- nwvts, losing: only four. Aftvr
working long: hours uftvr svhool the tvaln was in
lop note-h form for thvil' first lnvvt, whirh thvy won.
lhis lllf't'l govt' thvln tht- lust for vivtory which they
1llSlllil,l'tl hy also winning thvir svn-ond nwvt. 'Ihr
ann was st-t lim-k in thvir third mvvt, the first of
lht-ir four lossvs. 'l'hc- individual swinuncrs, while
ht-lping tht- tvzun win. also hrolw nine of the stand-
mptnin ol tht- swimming team. Don Klinglvr. led
tht- tvzun to tl wvll-i'arm'd svvond plarc in tho state
int-vt. Thi- tx-ann fought hard to got a first plau-
liophy lnul vould not lwul thvir old opponent. Prin-
quamen Stroke ln Viclnr
WllVllVlllNtl was ont- of Nornmndyis top sports
this your. 'I'ht- tvann had a vvry good season
gg I'l't'tlI'tl!4 ol tht- yvair lwforc. Thv hard-working
.N'm'numdy swimmers try to SM ll neu' rvrorfl.
upiu. who look tha- trophy.
the most outstanding p01'forinzin4'v. 'l'hvir roach.
This yi-au"s la-ann was 1-omposf-d of hoys from Walter Lundt, prvdit-ted at hrilliant futurv for the
um-ry your of high school with tht- juniors giving llll'lIll'It'l'S of the tvzun.
rllllllrill HOW: Hunstvin, Blffdsop, Smith, Gould, Wildmman, Couch Lundt, SECOND ROW: Gould, Heckel, Miller, Downes,
lffioyw 1, YHit::. l'IHS'I' ROW: Freiso, Pfxtton, Russ, Capt, Klinqlor, Hopkins, Anyun, Fe-nirnoro.
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FIRST ROVV: Bommarito, Byrd, Garlic, Rohlis, Iacobs, McKean, Eder, Buss, Bradley, Bellerson. SECOND ROW: DeGraw,
Berqmeier, Ellis, Graham, Chouris, Hughes, Stroud, Gautsche, Gray, I-leidbreder, Coach Sheehan. THIRD ROW: Stemmermann,
Schuster, Henderson, Fickel, Pritchard, Still, Preise, Hodges, Duke, Scott.
Determination makes a star.
Hurdlers Set Pace
HHN the l952 Normandy t-imlermcn fin-
ished the track season, they had an experi-
ence of which they could he proud. For the first
time in six years the C.B.C. cindermen were beaten
by the spirited Normandy Vikings.
'4lVlel" Sheehan, the new Normandy track coach,
called a meeting of all interested candidates for
the track team. He urged all interested hogs to turn
out for practices so he could see what the hoys had
to offer. This gave ulVlelH a chance to make a good
selection of qualified boys.
With a month of exercises and hard training he-
hind them, the Viking cindermen eagerly met their
l953 opponents. Up to the time the Saga went to
press, the team had a fair showing.
As the season got under way, the Vikings met the
St. Charles cinclermen on the Normandy field for
their first dual meet. They downed the St. Charles
boys, 80 to 28. Normandy turned around and was
lrcatcn lay a supcrior East St. Louis tcam at East
St. Louis. This score turncd out to lac I4-6 in favor
of East St. Louis to a mere 67 points for thc Nor-
Ulhcr than the two dual mccts, thc cindcrmcn
allcndcd thc Missouri Statc indoor track and field
mcot at Columlmia and thc Clayton Invitational track
and fit-ld mccl at thc Clayton High School athletic
fit-ld. At Coltnnlmia, iNormandy tied for last place
with Rolla, hut was alrlc to make a fair showing
of fifth placc in tht- Clayton Invitational.
'l'hc captainship of thc 1953 track team was
sharcd by thrcc outstanding athlctcs. Thcy wcrc
Don Jacobs, l'aul Mclican and Fred Bommarito.
Among thc tllrcc of thcm, thcy kc-pt the tcam in
. , , tv- . ' - v. I. ' , - .-
good spirits throughout thc l'lllll'C track season. ""'Hmy "f"t""'i mum HHm"'m"
Normandy can look forward to having a vcry
sin-ci-ssfiil track tcam in l9541. Boys showing prom-
ising possilmilitics in '5114 are Rich Garlic, Ronicr
llodgcs, Harold llukc and Pat Bradley.
fur Viking Cindermen
Ilrirrl 1n'rLcti1'e is the key to success. f'on.s'tant workouts make for perfcction.
Nlmzriug good form. Potion fees off.
If Ytll' mer beard any of eight boys talking
about eagles. shots. or birdies we hope you
ditltft look for hunters, because it was probably
part of the golf team ebatting on the 1-ampus.
When the l952 golf season ended. Nflfllliltllll-S
golf team placed third in thc distrivt meet at Helle-
rive Country Club and had a record of seven wins
with one loss to a ehallenging Webster Groves team.
The l953 eaptain, Bill Patton, was the medalist in
the slate meet at Kansas City.
The l953 golf team. wbieh was eonlposed of 21
backbone ol letterlnen: Bill Patton. Ross Horst.
Hobart Lynch, Robert Ens, and new members of
the team. Tom Kyle, Leith Knamiller, Joe Strasser
and Jerry Taetz, showed great promise lo Coat-lt
As the Saga went to press. tht- team had not
played in any games but it showed great eonfidenre
for a Slll,'l'6SSl'lll season.
Golfers Uverlznme Keen lfnmpetitinn
Leith Knamiller, Bill Patton, Hobart L h
ync , Ierry Tuetz, Bob Ens, Ice Strusser, Tom Kyle.
etmen Imprn e I-lqainst Strung Uppnsitinn
TOP ROW: Schulz, Thoele, Arter. BOTTOM ROW: Kremenecky, Schlueter, Henkenson.
AST year for the first time after a long interval
of inaetiveness, tennis was added to the list
of Varsity sports at Normandy. Many of the boys
appeared on the court for the first time, while others
were veterans of the tennis eourt. All of the par-
tieipants tried to improve themselves and to make
a good showing for Normandy. The team as a
whole had its good meets and its bad meets, but for
at new sport in its first year it. made a creditable
Must of lust year's team were seniors and grad-
uated in thi- spring, leaving Mr. Riohl with the job
of getting another new tcam organized this year.
The boys eame out in larger numbers than they
did last year and in order to eliminate the incapable
players a tournament had to be played. The players
who ranked high in this tournament were m-hosen as
the team of l953.
These boys worked hard and long hours in order
to be prepared for their first meet. They were de-
feated by only one point. By continuing to prac-
tice, they will get as good a team as possible for
the remainder of the season, bringing Normandy's
tennis- team up in Varsity sports.
A snzushivig serre is important.
Bullying starts fast action in a hockey game.
Hard playing adds anotlier point for Normmidy.
FOURTH ROW: Noonan, Utsch, Reisenleiter, Smull, Shoy, Rode,
Lonqhoier. THIRD ROW: Hodge, Woods, Iones, Fitzmourice, Haynes,
Leber. SECOND ROW: Vogt, Rutter, Brouss, Hamilton, Douglass. FIRST
ROW: Putter, Woods, Merkel, Foote, Donoho, Geroqhty.
Girls Hn elnp
PORTS as extracurricular activities were again
popular as students returned to school and
settled down to their studies. New fields were
sought to occupy busy hands. Girls' athletics taught
not only skills and 'lknow-howl' of the various
sports but good sportsmanship and character as
well. By using coordination and mental strategy
the girl sports enthusiasts planned and formed the
hard-playing teams. This brought to light the fact
that maybe the girls we1en't as weak as was sup-
YVith the arrival of crisp October. field hockey
was opened to those who had a quick mind and a
strong constitution. In the first meeting of the
hardy hockey enthusiasts at the field, "oldsters"
welcomed the novices and set the task of preparing
for the cold, rough season ahead. They spent many
hours building and developing new skills. Breath
control and endurance were developed by the rou-
tine trip of three laps around the hockey field at a
very brisk pace.
The hockey teams chose managers to lake care
of equipment and attendance records and to super-
vise practice. The team managers were, for the
Tenth' Virginia Volkert and Joan Tiefcnbrunng
Eleventh, Mary Hodgeg and Twelfth, lVlarilyn Ris-
inger. When all class games had been completed
the Varsity was chosen.
The choice group chosen by Coaches Ferguson
and Dunbar were all girls who excelled in hockey
and met the necessary qualifications for the honor
of being on the Varsity Hockey Team.
The girls' Varsity Hockey Team was composed
of only those girls who had spent long, hard hours
working and striving to perfect their skills.
Although the team's record stood with two ties,
two losses, and no wins, the girls all agreed that it
had been hard work but had given them more skill
with their hands on maneuvers than they had at the
beginning of the season.
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lln- mugln mul luzuml +1-awful. IIN- wlmn-v QLIKIIIIJ
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an lvnlxlllxu- XillNIlX.1lSlllI5I'1llH XH'Ill l1ulll1'lll'Illll'l I Q
' ' ,I xiglll ul' l'1'Iu'! v'x4'1llu'.v :rx lin' Im!! l14r.v,a-wx Hlllflllglll Ihr' nfl
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H .. HOW: Kvwllv, lnxmvxlntvl, Hllsw--rmlwxiwv, l'1tzm1x1I1v1 H-'lfl l"'-'Ir FIRF
1'.Igl'l- . ROW: Frm' -ul, lvl'-rkvli, Hrdue, Nvwum, VOQ1.
ermaills Learn Life-Saving Techniques
l,'l'H0titlH Stflllllllltlsl hurl lJK'4'Il il required SWlllllItlllfl wus not t'OIlSlClK'l't'tl il Varsity sport.
1-oursr' for gmlflllzltioll. the Nornlallldy' stu- but points wt-rv giwn llDWlll'll tl ltlfglt' Nh-ltr-l'.
dt-nts also Illitllt' il PKIl'll-f'lll'l'll'lllllI'. Working for SWlIIlIl1llIg not ollly hrollght ilMitl'tlS hut also gam-
llllllly' hours to he rl-ucly for Life Saving. the girls physivul anrl lllt'lllill lliilllllllg. Thr- girls yu-rv taught
Shltlll allitt-r svhool lol' llllllly' nights. Lift' Saving litlll' play' ill lllltl out of tllv watvr. 'lillis point yszls
illvolyvtl not Ullly lu-ing ll strong SWllltlIlCt', hut pl'oy'01l H'lll'll Nornlzlllcly sent tm-ll girls to l,l'lllt'lIlltl
knowing holds. tht- psyl-hology of ltw frantit- on April lil. Hero tht- girls llN'l with altlllt-tvs lilitlll
ill'UWllt'I'. and tht- "tri4'lis" ol tht- W1tlt'l' itself. Lifts l,l'illl'ipiz1. llarillg ill lPiltkSll'Hlil'. ltl't'LlSll'Hl-LP, from--
Stttlltgl was opvll to alll QII'ililt'Sl tht- only l't'qtlll'P- style zllltl lllufllvy yu-rt' tops on tlll- list olLl1'tiyitil's.
tllt'lll ht-ing that ont- lIlllSl ht- il SNNllltItll'l'. CUill'll 'lille l,l'lllt'llJlit girls lJl't'St'Illf'tl il Willttl' hullvt for
l'lt'I'Q1llS1lll llvlpc-cl tlll- i'tIlt'l'tIlLtillS-i Ull llltllly points. their guvsls. 'lllll' Varsity lJll'lllI'1' shoyys tht- ton girls
Altvl' lllillty ywl-ks ol' hlllll llork iltlfl mltl-l'-lilll-ml who wont to l,l'l!lt'lIDlll. This vopy wont lo prl-ss
lungs. tht- girls who pass:-tl wt-l-iy'c-ll ltlf- volt-tm-cl In-l'orv Lift- Saying was stalrtt-cl, hut Illtllly girls pur-
tlmllwl ol il Ht-d Cross Life Saying llLlKlgl'. tivipzltecl.
:Nv0V'Hlll71ll1l sll'i1lllnf'r's xlloll' three kinrls of dirillg.
Tennis Team ehieves En-urdinatinn
ICNVNIS mis Iltbl il Varsity spurt hut thc V153 Jillll' haul Itllllly t'XlI'il'l'lll'l'il'lllllI' 1u'ti1'iti1's. sho fnurul
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t'Xi5ll'Ilt'1' all N1r111111uly S1'11i11r lliggh Svluuil, tlu' spirit. Altl11111gl1 tlu' r1's11lts11ltlu' ltltllt'llt'S tNl'l't' llthl
lt'lllliS ll'tlIlt haul llttllly girls tu slum' thvir skill. ill WlIt'll this vnpy' wvnt tu prvss. tlu'ir UlDINltll'lllh
lil1tIt'll l'it'l'jlll5tlll tauigght tlu- i111'xpv1'i1-111'v1l pluyvrs w1'1'1- l'iiliI'Ylt'W, l,l'lllt'illlil. liltlyllltl mul l'11iwrsity
att tlu- first ul tlu- yt'itl' to 1'1'1-1-iw SlllllSllillg sc-1'y'vs City.
mul Ilu- SNt't'lJiltQ1 lntu-klutrul. 'l'l11-sv girls ulsu lt'tll'ltt'tl Sll't'llf,'IllIt'llittsl tht-1 wrists lllltl ttl'lttS was tht- gmail
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.tlfzlrinyf ll xelllp. II plrlyffrf',r1'1'11fif'.w tl xpilre.
TlilHl't ROW: Biiius, Rosle, Prreqel, Reisenleiter, Held. SECOND
RGVV: Lsbsr, Fitzmcrurice, Utsrh, Brmie-r. FIRST ROW: Hndfle, Gprs
ahty, Noonan, Vogt.
lirain plannecl strate
turns ancl jumps to
HE V353 elass rolleyhall teams met anti
started praetit-e to perfeet themselves for tht-
Varsity team. Working two nights a week at per-
fecting their skills, girls soon attained tht- neeessary
perfeetion. The seerel of rollryhall lay in tht-
strength of the hands, inoxing quirkly anml surely
sending the hall to the opponents' sitlt-.
Wlith MSifl0-lluli-wiht' hard, low-fly ing serve had to
he precise and fast. A slovs-moxing player had no
place in volleyhall. Although it was not as hard
on the eonstitution as hot-key, volleylnall require-cl
Nimhle fingers worked hartl on spikes while the
gy lo oulwit tht- opposing teams.
lracre of movement was also niasterell for the quirk
meet the bull.
The Cffil'lPlll'y of spiking clepencletl upon tht-
height of the jump and the quit-kness in reeeixing
and passing the hall.
Many hours were spent on "set-upsv. 'llhese were
lifting the hall into the air, with the finger tips.
also passing it on ahead to the girl at the net. She
lll turn hit the hall then smashed it to an exrellent
pike over the net for a point.
To keep tram-k of the prartiee points and to put
away equipment the girls rhose as their managers.
Norma Priegel, twelfthg Phyllis Pufler. eleventh:
jucly Slevker, tenth. They worked hartl and long at
their prat-tive, looking forwartl to tht- future when
the 1-lass games would he playetl.
Class games eame. anrl for their eaplains tht-
teams chose Virginia Filzniaurir-e. tw-lfthg Dawn
Hamilton, elexenthg Mit-hello Shay. tenth.
Despite the fact that many other interests arose.
the teams stayed together. working with 1-ooperation
toward the mum-h desired vietory.
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lsilll il zvsl llislalalylall lll'llUl'l' lay Narlllallllly splarl-
llll- lillII'l'lS liar lllla V232-525 sl-alslall all Nllfllllll
lligll Sl'll1PlJl. fxllllllllslll llll'y clillllll glal lllvlll alll,
NHI'lllllllllfAS 1-lalss ll'1llllh l-alllll' llllllll' llilll lllvir Sllill'l'.
llalilll llilfi llillllll sllapllll-s1'lalaly1'l's. llarllll's1'zl:s1all
llals Fllllfl illlll llll'X llilll lla lalala Sl 1-l-rlalill llllllllN'l'
'llllv llllllvlil' lil-Ill lsals ill pvrla-l'l Sllillllf laalsl- lil
llllll llilFl5 lwrl' ill'l'llI'llll'ly lllill'l'll illlll asalilillg. llllll'
slrlallg lNl'lSlF Zlllll llilllllS mal llll' ll'ilIll lwrl- lll'lllIlg.Q
llllll llll- Flllfll 1al'llll'g1illlll'. llll'll llll'X lSl'I'l' mall lla
il Nl'Sl5lPll lal lKlDIllll'l'llll lllllllllll'll'5.
l.Ialss 1iiIllll'F llXl'l'. llll- x'illiSllX slalllaalll ll'illll wals
vlllasi-ll. llllll' xlilI'FllX lllallal-ll als llill'll liar x'il'l4al'll's
als llll- l'lilF5 ll'illllS. l"lar llll' vlll'Sllf lsalsll'l l'l'illl, lla
Fila als Flllill als ll lsals Illl'lU'lll lll1'N llilll lla Ial'all'lil'l'
llalgl-llllar flar vlalalal-l'allilall illlll slairil. lllll llll-5 sea
lDl7llllIll'll lllis llllll wvrl' l'l'llllf liar llll' Valrsily 5l'ilSUll
lal slafllaalll. Willl llll' l'llKl lal' llll' Xll'llll'lllUS Valrs
5l'll5llll llll- slalarls yl'lll' lsals l-llllvll liar llll- V152-53
Nl'll5llll all lxllfllllllllll. llllll' Vlll'Sllf lJll'lllIAl' slllawll
illillll' l'1llll2llll1'1l lallly il ll'IllillIXl' lasl :al lDlilyl'I'S.
l'l'ill'li all llll' laalll. 'lllll' yill'Slll lal 1-igllll girls
lllhl W'2lI' lSl'll'llIllixll llll- lll'W lDlilX1'l'S lla llll
ll spring svalslall 38325 jillll-lHl1'lQl'll lsilll llllll'l'
llll- l'lil55 ll'illll5 awrl- lalll lla gl-l llll'll' Sllill'l' lal
This Ialllywa' la ins lrilll fl'HUflll'I' llUIHf'I' fm' .YllI'7IlflllIljl.
Nlrilrc' II11'r'r', ycalfrf' aalllf
THIRD ROW: Mlllliuflly, Rode, Pill-qnl, Rwisllauluitm, SKCONU ROVV
lwlawl, Filzllllllllvv, UlSf'll, Bl-llllar. FIRST HOW: Haarlqw, Ga-lam
"Lefs go hand in hand, not one before another." . . .
ECAUSE there was such a variety of extra-curricu-
lar activity at Normandy, every interest was satis-
fied by participation in the numerous organizations.
All groups were open to those who could fulfill the
requirements and who were eager to become members.
Many organizations gave valuable preparation for future
life, while others were formed for pure enjoyment. Sev-
eral honorary organizations existed for the recognition of
past achievements of outstanding students.
Who could forget the pleasures of filling food baskets
for the less fortunate, writing copy for the paper or
creating harmony in musical groups?
Besides acquiring cherished memories, all members
gained worthwhile benefits, for all organizations devel-
oped a spirit of fellowship, real unity and a common
purpose as a goal. Through working with others towards
the fulfillment of this goal, sincere cooperation was
achieved. As in other aspects of life, organizations taught
students that success could be realized only when all
hands worked and pulled together.
BACK ROW: Re-mmert, Marler, Rode, Hoesli, Harqate, Volmer, l-leckel, Balch, Small, Barkau, Reisenleiter, Wills, Montgomery.
THIRD ROW: Erauss, Moakley, Miller, Barlow, Leber, Utsch, lones, Schweitzer, Rutter, Moreau, Miss Brewinqton. SECOND ROW:
Dunham, Vie, Mathews, MCCl1Hney, McGinty, lovanovic, Dachroeden, Barkey, Meyer, McAllister, Bradley. FIRST ROW: Klinqlei,
Bmnoin, Greve, Bensiek.
Saga aintains High Standards
HHN the lust picture had heen taken, the
last eopy' written and the eaptions and
"idents" eoinpleted, the dreams of the l953 Saga
stall hem-anne at reality. For the past eight months
the Saga offiee had been the eenter of aetivityf for
the niuny preparations that were essential in the
Eflifnrs plan for the year nherul.
production of an outstanding yearhook. Holy Brun-
oin, editor-in-chief, and Miss Frmiees Brewingrton.
advisor, kept at careful watch to see that eueh detail
eonfornied with the standards needed for un All-
Aineriean yeurhook. Eaeh lneniher of the stuff
worked together with the group in preparing at hook
that eould take its plaee among the niatny superior
hooks of previous years.
Along with preparations for the hook, the stuff
produeed at skit for the uetivity' usseinhly and the
rover eainpaiggn. Un Nnfeniher l5, they gave the
iltllllldl Baekward llztnee. lfsing tt Spanish setting
as the theme, they erowned Ray' Iloney' und Doris
Cunkel as Chieo und Chiquilu. ln April one of the
inost exeiting dunees of the year was given. Set in
the lmllrooin of the Merry Widow Norinnndy's
King and Queen were erowned. Four speeiul senior
tnziids and their escorts and two maids und their
eseorts from eaeh of the other grades grueed the
evening. This proved to he at wonderful elosing to
il xery sueeessful year for the V153 Sugar.
FOURTH ROW: loos, Niemeier, Brouer, Vonckx, Arter, Allen, Miller, Schlueter, Elleison, McIntyre, Layton, Beqole, Loeber,
Smith, Inspc-, Wtlhfrms, Goeckeler. THIRD ROW: Goodman, Uptdin, Meyers, Lefmrmn, Lowe, Pedrotti, Goede-l, Pourie, True-
hlfmrl, Willimiifz, Rutherford, Mrrrknmnn, Brown, Hibbs, Hodge, Hnrkins. SECOND ROW: Felter, Worthy, White, Shepard,
Rjxrxivfi, Willirxmsran, l'lfHtSf-'11, Woods, Donoho, Come-qys, Lebermfmn, Hrrrris, lWOWitt, Rivhcrrdsmi, FIRST ROW: Btrntd, Mcrkol,
ljeurier Heeeives Tep Hurlers
'l'lllXlNli for pi-1'lm-vlimi zuicl iuulxing 1'u'i'x'
. . w . .
flvzulllm- in-rv tm: of ilu- illIllS t.Ulll'Il'l' slu-
ilc-uts lmlwil lu iliiillll. lun-rx stuff iuvmlwi' suuglil
liupiwtzint IIUXSSIll1ll'tll'I'iUWIillt' Illlt'I't'SllIlQ1ill'lll'lt'S.
1. Thi-5 xwrlwil with thi- stall nwiulwrs in plain-
nuig ilu- St. lhllls l,2lll4'l'. 'I'lii- iluiivi- pi'm'c4l. its
llSllltl. In lu' um' ul' thi- lriglgvsl vtvllls ol thi- svllunl
yi-air. l's-ggi Mm-lliiirv mis 4-I-mutt-it qiivi-ii ut thi-
. v Q v . .
.Nltliniigli thi- 4-xpi-i'ii-im-il j1lllI'Ililll5lS hail thi- must 1-ml ul ilu- i-xi-ning. llii-l,m1i'u'l'nu-miiplislivil ai lint
kmm-limi in thu- :ilnility limt'l'm'alt1' 'Topf' thi- .luniur in WSIS.
ftzilli pi-mlm-4-il smut- lim' .irtivlm-s. 'lllirmigli thi- vn-
iilwiaitiim ul Imtli thi- ,luuinr uml Si-uiur stalls this
ymirs i.HlII'It'l' mis um' ul Ihr' In-st that haul l'Xl'I'
lN'li-nllu-rw ui tlu- stall Ii-iii-in-il lu tzllu- gmail vril-
ivifiu :is in-ll its l'1lIlllbliIll1'lll5. Altvr runny liuurs of
ii rit ing
:mtl wxsrllllig 1-mln lhvx l1'airm'il him to
urili- li-zilim' zirlii-li-s. Iii-liiml ilu- sm-in-s wvri' runny
,lIllli1ll' zuul Svninr -i4llll'llillihiH who ilm'si'l'x1'il 1-rvilil
lm' -in-h an lim- part thvy playa-il in pimliivllig this
lu thi' past thi- llmlrivi' In-mliii-i-il iuaiuy fini- iivws-
paipi-i's. hut thu- im-nilwrs ul this yi'zir's stuff wi-iv
m'4'i'lzlili tu min prziisn- friuu thi' rvsl of lN0l'lllilllIlf'S
stiuli-nts. 'l'lu- Plllllllhiililll mls urgm-il mi hy Maury
lVls-rlu-l, i-ilitm'-iii-vliii-f. :mil Mrs. Nlairy Still. spun-
Writing, typing and proof rmrriirzg ure' all puff
u rluyiw irnrk.
Legislature Eevern Student Bull
Offteers plan assemblies for the student body.
ldAltNllNG to govern a student hotly was one important function
of the Student, Council. This year Bob Compton, President of
the organizationg lVlr. Morris Blitz. faculty advisor: and the other
memlwers carried out the many important tasks given them, hut at tl1e
same time won the respect and admiration ol the entire student hody.
Utlier officers were llon Polking-
horne, Vice I'rt-sidentg Dare liarnes.
Secretaryg Fred Honnnarito, Treas-
urerg and Mary Porzenski, Corres-
Again this year, a Student Court
was set up and proxed xt-ry success-
ful. Violators of any serious rule ol
the school were lmrouglil lmefore a
group of Student Council memliers.
This group heard the testimony
lwrought lwefore them and later handed
down a unanimous decision which
the Violator was to oluey. Some ol the
more pleasant duties of the memlmers
were produeiiigr the talent assemlmly
and decorating Christmas trees lor
the cafeteria and main lmuildingr.
Their helpful assistant-e made it
possilmle for many of the prolilems
conlronlinf: students to lie solved
quickly and capalvly.
FOURTH ROW: Magruder, McIntyre, Gautsche, Covington, Hughes, Painter, B. Miller, Bradley, Graham, Kantis. THIRD ROW:
Pedrotti, Lowe, Rutherford, Utsch, Mr. Blitz, Small, Hamm, Rieqert, Remmert, Goedel. SECOND ROW: Felter, Cash, R. Leimkuehler,
Banta, Dachroeclen, Hodqe, E. Leimkuehler, Foote, DeWitt, Leasck. FIRST ROW: Bcmmarlto, Compton, Polkinqhorne, Barnes.
nxt'-null-al imiluliuns In sluclc-nts w
l1'4'l'Ill1llll uns prvpur'c-al In wvlvo
llu- lu'u nu'mlu-rs. llllflllg llu- yvz
Tllllill RUVV: Elzrll, Wllllfllllfi, Hvxlkins, l.flIII'lHIl, Utsrh, Smrxll, Smith, Wfxlduum, Malik, Layton, Blu-'k, Hlxmqlxto, lflusmlzxm,
lxm-lux E1lQlIK1NI1 RCJW: Hmruuxn, Whm--, FilzRfwy, Elm!-1, Wfllllu-lf, Rmmnxxcwt, lomfs, Rldux, Dlmulxvnl, Gilmow, Mmkmlum, Nxumuyvl,
'Nf1::,, lllf'l-1-lawn, HHS-'l' ROW: Wllll'IIIl7l'lI1, Blxrkrxu, Bonsai-wk, lhtzlm, Rohlfs, M-Arkrfl, Wfxll, Allvn, Hocifzv, RlC'l14l!C'lSf'U.
Tnp Students Heceive Enlden Tnrlzh
Ul llIl'I' hy numy. lmul won lu, Um: Uitzlvr was 4-lvvlvd Pl'l'SlCll'lll nf llu- group. and Dun Klinglvr
fn-w. Ilu- guhlvn lurrll of ilu' Vim' l,l'l'SlKll'lll. 'l'ug1'tlu'r with Miss I'1l'l'Q1llSUIl. lhvy lwpl il l'l'l'4ll'll uf
llmun' Sm-ia-ly symlmlizm-rl srlunlur- all zlrlixilivs and plumuwl llu' inlprvssiw l'l'I'l'lllHlly ut whim-lu linu
-hip. :4n'l'xiu'. 4'lml'al1'l1'l' mul lt'zulvr- l'ilIldlIlilll'9 wvw ul'fi1'i11lly zulmillvrl. To llllllly il was ll l'lllllilX to all
slllll. All:-r 1-am-fully r-lu-1-king l'ill'll of thu-ir lulrd work llmmugluml llu-ir yl-urs all Nornuuuly.
ilIlfll1lill1'!4 rc-ql1ll'4'n11-nls. llu' S0l'I1'lX
:ul il1'llll'Xl'4l ilu- rvqllil'1'llu'nls uf llu
Ilu-5 haul nu-1-lings lu rlisvuss any
pmlnlc-lm lNllI1'll Villllt' In llu-lr nllvn
Ium. Miss Ann l'4'rgusml gluulvcl llu
,umup lllI'UlIX1!lI an xc-ry Sll1'l'4'SSl.lll mul
llvfurm- an vzuulislulc- wus 1-wn 1-nn
Nl1ll'I'l'fl lu- luul lu 1-urn points in ilu
llu-sv. Ins mmu- was sulmnltvcl lo llu'
lzu-ully for zlppruvul.
Ul'g.llllllZillIOIl. All llllplvsslw llllllllllllll
funn' livlclx. Wlwn lu' haul vurlu-cl
.'llf'mh1'rx vlrooxf' fhrir offir'r'r.v.
BACK ROW: Shaffer, Allen, Mclntyre, Henderson, Buk, Thiele, Taylor, MIDDLE ROW: Present, Westhoff, Linders, Miss Ship-
nmn, Loober, Spreckelme-yer, Williamson. FIRST ROW: Watt, Branom, Lcxuff.
Uratnrs Receive State Heenqnitinn
L'I'HtJl GH several nnvniliers of last 3ear's successful
team returned to lie the leaders of this year's team,
tht' re were many newcomers who were qualified and eapahle.
The members of the deliate team had a fine start for the year.
Practiee assures r'ir'tory.
The dehale memhers took part in lot-al tour-
naments and partieipated in the eounty tour-
nament. The memliers held their lneetingzs
onve a month and through tht-se nieetings they
learned how to delixer a lietler debate. Dur-
ing the month of Mart-h, the Norntandy de-
lwaters held their own exlemporaneous speak-
ing tournament, with the help of Miss Helen
Shipman. their sponsor.
Wvorking hard, the memlmers of the dt-lmte
team hoped to improve their speevhes so they
would acquire the neeessary points to he alvle
to join the National Forensie League. Having
won the county tournament, the dt-haters
hoped lo win first in the city tournament and
then the State.
Their president, lloh Branom, proved to he
at help when needed. Carol Spreekelnieyer.
vice president, and Audrey Lauff, secretary-
treasurer, took t-are of all the arrangenients
necessary to the organization. 'llhroughout
the year the delvate team proved that it was
one of Nortnandyis best.
1:1:ura1: Is Their Uhjeclive
5 IIII-.1-11I1I 1111111-1' 1111111ll1s flmsly l111'111-1l
lllllb sp1'111g:. ll11- llI'l'll1'I'y 1-11ll111s1z1sls
ilglillll lbfglilll lll'iH'lll'lllfl. 'l'l11-5 l1z11l Illll 111111--
I11-1-1l s1111-1- ll11- full 1.1111 illblDl'l'1'lill1'1l tl11- 11pp111'-
lllllll, In l'l'glillll ll11'll' 11111111 l1Iill'lKSlllillISlllIl.
Alllllilllllll Slllllll lll llllIlllN'I'. ll11- grruup fIillllQ'1l
1'1-1-1111111111111 ll11'1111gl11111l ll11- s1'l1111nl.
Nlr. .lill'lK lflvlll. ll11-11 lllSlI'lll'l1lI'., lilllglll 1-111-l1
Ill1'llllN'l4 llll' lIlIlNDI'lillll'1' of skill. iU'l'llI'ill'f
111111 111-1'l1-1'l llllllllgl 111 ll11s spurt. 'l'l11s fllllllll
11115 1'1-111411111111-1l lust y1'llI' a1ll1-1' illl illlhl'll4'1' 111
il 11-11 ,l'ilI'S.
l',l1'1'l1'1l ilb llll' 11llI1'1'l's nl ll11- 1'llll1 lol' V153
u1-1'1- ll11'l1111'1l Sllilfll. l'1'1-s11l1-11l. a1111l 11111
I,!'ilI'1'l'. S1'1'I'l'lill'f-Yl'l'4'ilSllI'1'lA. lfu-ry l"1'11la1y
Illllflllllgl ll11- g1'1111p 1111s 51-1-11 lll'll1'lll'lllg1 111
In-1'l1-1-1 ll11-11' il1'l'll!'ill'y. llllring ll11' 51-1151111
ll11-1 111111111-I1-1l 111ll1 11Il11-1' s1-l11111ls 111111 llllll Sl
lll-illlllllill l11111'11111111-11l. 'l'l11-1 also 111-111 lllllll-
1111: 111 l4'1l5l I1111-1- lll'lUl41' ll11- S1-11s1111 1-111l1-1l.
llns glfllllll. 11111-11 In l111ll1 111115111111 gulf Ill
a1ll g1l'illll'S. Villbllllf l11-1-111111- 11111- nf llli' 11111,-sl
Nl.'iII11111I fI1'1'lIl'1l4'jl 1111- ki'-Illlllfflfl 1111 H1111 Nl1'1'l1'1'1'.
111'g1a1111z11l11111s 1111 ll11- 1'11111l111s. Mr. ll11'l1l l111p1-1l lllul 111
fl'1ll' 1-11-11 111111'1- 5lll1l1'lll'- 111111111 lu- 11111-r1'sl1-1l 111 111111111
1111111111 111 ll11s 1lll1'll'lll slmrl.
4 Tllllill ROW: K1111, P11-szley, Sharp, Nelsefm, Strecker, Lnulf. SECOND ROW: C11-11111-1011, Kornmxer, Ste'111111Qr111'11111, Mr. 111--T11
llllfwl HOW! 1711111-1, Bull, l',ll1s:,
NVEIS P l'I'Si'llICi
uf tho husivst years tht' Hi X
dvntl Don I,UlliIllgI1UI'!lf'. SvI'rI'I
In lic-gm tht- xt
tiftht- Hi ' '
X ilu th: mtlnlwrstrlIllism'g1zln",
it lt was at I-lmllt-nge Ihlt thu rut xlul H
' . -1 - 111,41-l'ly
Symholir' nl' i'I'cl-Iultmclul svrxitt
. " zmtl lfrn I '
m,4uIar shu wil mit
hy the QIVHIIP In lt-ad thvm Ihr '
- has -
. ytl sun MMI' limi
Klingler. l'1'esifl- ' ' " '
ent, Hairy Iyaulst-lit' Vim- I' '
art: and I'il'I'f
U I limit-
. 'aux lhvy lnul 1 ' "
I Int .Mqlutliitvtl
llanve. This was full '
twwfu In at I12IXl'IIl'
u - 1 that was
spmisored jointly with thv Tri-Y. At Christmas
time they hcl Icl ' ' '
pc nialxe tht- hultcluxs at illlt- In'igIiIvr
for needy families hy their clistrihutiml uf ll
. I lrisl-
mas haskets, Snr their msn etljoyliimlt the Inns haul
a lizlslwllrall iutn'namt'1iI lmclxwvn the mvtnlwrs.
,iii-l,,,:2tiI:I 'Wi HN MW at HH' Illini. With the I,'0llllDlI'IlUtl of their thirtit-th ivan' ul
st-revive to school and Vlbllllllllllllf. tht- tilfit-I-rs mul
QQ U lIlilQA'l'Fi. maintain. and extend lllfltllgil' members if-lt that they had lived up to thvir reputat-
nut tht- lltllllll st-litml, ailfl Ftllllllllllllly, the tion of living um- of Nnrimtiiclyis Iinvst orggzltlilzl-
high standards nl Christian I'l1iII'8l'll'l'u was the pur- tions.
Hi-Y Is '
S mhnllc nf Service
FIFTH ROW: Lemmert, Hale, Gray, Henderson Hoehn F '
ROW: Dunkel, Rohlis, Buk Allen W
, , reise, Ellefson, Kyle, Wolfarth, Volmer, P. Miller, Sanders, FOURTH
, , att, Atkins, Hoffmann, Burton, Hardy, Gruene-Wald, G. Smith, Hunstein. THIRD ROW: Paris,
, yan, Thiele, Mfahl, O'Neal, Karnmermeyer, Bledsoe, Goodman, Bacon, H. Shafer. SECOND ROW: Armstrong, Knamiller,
ltllclntyr-'-, Preniei, Artor, Marlor, Plumber, Hoyt, Addison, Harrington, Barnes. FIRST POW: Bommarito, Klinqler, Gauts h '
C Q, Polkmq-
Z. xx h In
y. mincl. :mtl spirit. tht- Irie 1'
I I I
I lu Idl It
IIIH in-ar ilu- S1-niur 'I'ri-W has In-1-ii a fim-
vxaiiiplv ul ilu- many xuwllmllilm' aml lll'lIllllI
iwggaiuizalimis nm ilu- Vlllllplli Tia- uflii1'rs aml
nn-mln-rs sin-nl maui Imurf Iwluw' aml aflvr si-Imnl
isnrIxin,u on pl'uji'1'ls Illal Ir4'm'Iil1'4I lIll'lIIH'lXl'5 as
in-II as Ilia- 1-ummllnliy.
lull-Il'l'l'h lm' Illia ii-ar in-rv Marilyn Small. Prmi-
Ili-nl: I'al funk. Yin' I'rvsi1I1'nl: ,Ivan Ili-gala-.
Sf-1-ri-lary: Nm-Iliv Ilami-rial 'I'i'vasim'r: aml janv!
Il was :ml all xsurlx aml nu plan lui' llivsv SPIIIOI'
girls. During lla- first of ilu' war a Iiayriilv was
FINDIlh1lI'1'lI Aininlly ixilli llim- Ili-Y Inns. AIS., lla-5
wlmlmnvxl ilu' Yalvniim' llama' xxilll IIN- Imp. Mary
Iwmli- ami lin-I10n-x iwrv m'i'uisii1'4I King aml lxIlI1'l'll
al nm- ul ilu' lim-fl ilam-vs ol lla' ya-ar. Clirifiinas.
a vllariialnli- si-afmi Im' t'Xl'l'y1lll4'. was nu i'x1'1'pl1uii
' " I '. 'I ' "'iX1' ur mur'l1nfil1c'ir frm' limi'
luilln Illx IIi1x,.i I
li'1'rpingl Hn' vufllx ll'f1N ilu' Iuxlr uf Hn' girls.
In xisii orplianagi-s aml luring: Imppim-ss Illlu llii
Iivarlw ul IlIlI1'4'IllI1lr1'n.
'lla' aim-Ifislim-ss aml l'Illll'IlilIDIl'lll'SS ul llivsm' In-lpi-il m'1'In'm'l'm'iI up Ivy llivm. Nvxl yvars group
pirlx will lu- rvliii-liiIu'l'1'cl In 1'Xl'I'XUlIl' llial was will Ilan' a l.Illl'SIilllililI'lI in l'l'ill'll.
Y-Teens Prnmnte nllerstandinq
M k :inn Utsch Glaze Porzenski Steffen, Hsrkins, Driscoll, Goodman,
THIRD ROW: Douqlciss, Williams, Delaney, Gilmore, Cir m , , , I. ,
L'mnvqys, Wulkopl, SECOND ROW: Stelmfzn, Collier, VVGrner, Lowe, Collins, Noonan, Heier, Merkel, McAllister, Mmor, Goodwin,
Vilma. FIRST ROW: Rir-Iilvr, White, Brxntfi, Foote, Lucy, Boeckstieqel, Uplmn, Graves, I-Inrcly, Felqer, Crirley. SITTING: Brown, Zook,
fimfill, Ilwpilii, lwfirixerviilv
Pfiqr' Iiifghty -Tlirf-v
THIRD ROW Heckel Covington Stroud Ernst Ezell Ianzow Hemibreder SECOND ROW: Burlew, Thetford, Goodman, Saff-
ley Fitzwater Thomas Christopher FIRST ROW Cooper Beattie Umrath Iones Nelson, Paris, Krueger.
Earn latent Staff Lands a Hand
Not only did they take good pic-
tures hut developed. printed and en-
larged them with profcssional skill.
The light technicians and the movie
projectionists helped complete a com-
petent staff advised hy Mr. lrloeflcr.
Entertainment for every dance during
the year could not have taken placc
without thc lighting cffccts creatcd
hy these experienced lmoys. Meeting
deadlines was essential with the Saga
and Courier. After scheduling and
taking the pictures, the staff incin-
hers were never worried alsout thc
pictures not heing finishcd on time.
W'ithout the help of these hoys thc
school plays, May Fete, Saga Corona-
tion and all thc dances would not
have run as smoothly and success-
fully as they did.
4l.nu-1-rs. ,lunmr zuul N-num' girls wvn-
lllU51'Il ln ln- me-mln-rs nl llll' Urvlu-sis.
lll1'lllS ln-gina In lulu- SllilIN'. l'ui' llw
-xl fe-is munllis Ilia- girls uurlwil nn
lmvliiilqllva lllul wvra- lu lu' use-il in
Iln- lfllrislmus lfmu-4-rl grin-ri in llv- l
umlwr. Again lliis ya-au' llwy wmv 1
:mile-rl In pzll'li4'ipz1lm' in ilu' illlllllill i
I,luln'-lh'lnru'l'ul Clll'lhllll2lS l,ilg1l'illll
Dancers Strive fer Perfeelinn
llllfll llll lmrcl work mul ll
slrmig ll4'!fil'l' lu lwvnliln- lulvnlm-cl
As anim as ilu' yvzu' luul lN'QllIIl.
uns lm' llu- :nanny rlanwing l'llflilglt'-
dl Kivl Ammm.ilmL lpm. llwil. Pm.. Puixa' unrl .skill mlrl tl 1n'uy'c'.v,wifnn1I f1lIIt'Il,
lmyail ol. llu- ".lllg1g1l4'l' nl Nevin'
l,.lIl!l'.-. llu-y iw-4-1-in-fl :nanny l4-llvrs 'l'l1is fl'ill' lllv lll4'Ill1' ul "Slul4' l'iilll'u nas llSl'll lui' llim' xlllf Film
lmm l'1'llFlllIllh as we-ll as 4-ixiv lvaul- limnliininu llll' idx-as 0li1'ill'll girl llll'y llUl'll'ilfl'll many tlilvlit'l'1'lIl ly -
IIE. l'UllllDlilll1'Illlllgl llu-ir lN'I'l'HI'lll- Ul.lM'lllJll'.LlllPlljlbylllgllll1'IIlS4'lXl'S in ai isnrlil ul'1'1ll'nll:4i'ls illltl vullmi
.un-v mul llu- m'lim'1-ugrupliy uf Mrs. vainly. 'l'lw Sm-niurs 4-mllmlnil ham- luuml ai num- l1l'l'l.l'K'l 1-ruling lu
Svlim-iilvr. llu-ir ilin-1'lm'. llu-ir high se-lmul ilainving 1'Zll'l'l'l'S all Nvrnmmlx.
l'i1UH'l'll ROW: lwcy, Gwmriv, I.e-Iwi, Simfwn, Bfilcih, Voss, Lore, Hmnillmi. THIRD ROW: K-'ffl-', Antonio, Russ, Ihxvlxmvdiii
"win, Hibln., Hinkley, Bwwu, SFCONIP ROW: VVli1tf', Hiuns, Burner, M-nor, S. Dobltin, Guxikil, Ikublmi, Fvltlfx, FIRST RCVV: Glaze
Miukmvmn, l'fww, fi'Wlll11I,
llixqi- Iiiqlily Fi-Jil
Jlulfing IlI'1'llII1ll'HIf"717S for rr lniyride :rox an enjoyable task. Making plans for the initiation was their first job.
HROUGH the cooperation of the tenth and
eleven grade girls, the Junior and Sophomore
Tri-Ys helped to prove that they too had good fel-
lowship and leadership. Monday nights after school
was the most practical time for meetings both for
Mrs. Mary Mayhull and the members themselves.
Electing the officers was the n1ost important husi-
ness of the new year. After a few meetings to get
started after a long summer recess, the memlxers
picked the host suited leaders possible. For the
tenth grade memliers this was a new organization
hut for the experienced eleventh graders this was
another opportunity to show that Normandy stu-
dents were line young people.
The newly elected officers had hefore them a joh
that only the very capable leaders could handle.
President of the Tenth Grade Tri-Y, Carol l.eas4-lc
showed that she could handle the job of keeping
the group together. Gail liammernieyer. vice- presi-
dent was kept lmusy with all the husiness of running
the Tri-Y. Arlene Present, the secretary. kept an
accurate account of the meetings each memher went
to. Treasurer Alice Mctfann collected the dues and
Y-Teens Wnrli tn Better
lines if there were any.
This year the members didn't wear the outfits
that were usually forced upon them hut instead
they had a very impressive ceremony one evening.
That evening during the colorful Tri-Y initiation,
the tenth grade officers were given their duties hy
the eleventh grade officers.
The Eleventh Grade 'llri-Y memlners at the lwgin-
ning of the year elected whom they thought were
the most capable of all the memhers. They elected
joan Laspe president. As president of the Junior
Tri-Y, she presided over all the meetings and helped
to make the group the success it was. Marilyn
Reisenleiter was elected to the office of vice-presi-
dent. The president and vice-president worked to-
gether and made the group a stu-cess. Sally Felter,
treasurer, and Carolyn Rutherford, secretary, kept
the records of dues and attendance.
The 'llri-Y members worked hard to keep doing
something for someone else. They worked hard at
giving candy and toys to the children of the Neigh-
the nrld fur Tnmnrrnw
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l111'111f1'1H's 111111 l111"1'1'1-15 WWII' 1111 1'X1'1'p111111. '111111 ,lllIl1lI1"11l'1-Y 1111s p1'1-111111-11 111 11ss111111- 111l' 11-11111-rs11il1
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'1'111HI1 HUW: 111111-11-11, P'11us1.-, Andk-151,-11, Grohe-, No1d1111.111, Bi11r111-111, B--id1-11slw111, 11111f1sky, 1"111111, H11111111, R11-111-11, 11111-11, B1-111151
1--y+-1, S1111111. SECUN11 ROW: Vulkext, Borche-11, K111e-11111r1s, Huwkins, Suek, G1-114111, N11-1'1111111, ?1111111q, Mu11y, B1111, H.1111:11, O111-11
VIRST HOW: 11Q111111s, G1111111,111J, Cowun, LQ1111kue111e1', 1eCkli11, S11e11e1e, 1U11I1SO11, BI'OC1C111P1PI, McR11e, H111111i11, T1111ze, 211141-lb.11'11.
JMS: Su11+-11s, MCC1II1I1, Teusek, Present, Linders.
1 1 me-11 1 i ik 1
1'12111'1'1'11 HUW1 11111111111-, Bf111, Hlhbs, 1:Jv1111ov11', B111111er, U1r1C11, MO111qO1111-ly, S1111111, 11vi111Q-, Rode, S111i111, L1-111-1, V1-1-ks, P11111.
11111111 1111W: 111-1f111'Y, 111111111111-1111-1, S1'11w1-1121-r, G01-df-1, Mc'Gi111y, 15011111111-r, PQ1111, Hoilqv, B111111w, M1111-1, 11111'111o1'1dv11, B111111. SKCON11
111JW' K---I-, 11111115 1511111-1, W.11,r1:., P1-d111111, W-nty, Le2b11r1111111, Bmuss, H111111111'111, S111-1,111d, 111-W111, MPK11111. FIRST ROW: 14-111-1,
H11111-11111r1, H1-111--1121-11121, 1.151112 817110, H-11k 111, Tho11111sm1.
BACK ROW: Miss Long, Ditzler, Potkinahorne, Barnes, Harqate, Dunkel, Miller, Sanders, Bommorito, Black, Compton, Mr. Blitz.
FRONT ROW: Foote, Kellman, Utsch, Small, Branom, Klinqler, Leber, Harkins, Iovanovic, Thiele, Miss Geraqhty.
FIFTH ROVV: Fennessey, Ziegler, Preiss, Pound, Moeller, Pound, Wright, Pollard, May, Bridqeforth, Sykes. FOURTH ROW:
Ellerbroclc, Storms, Siridlinaer, Reeds, I. Crowe, L. Crowe, Burroughs, Stecker, Marler, Beckmann, Primo. THIRD ROW: Miss Gram-
maticotl, Schmidt, Myrick, Wilson, I-loerr, Stroloeck, Thetford, Daugherty, Mr, Rohlis. SECOND ROW: McGuire, Mcllaniels, Kasper,
Alsop, Perkins, Maurer, Crawford, Hoefler, Knollman. FIRST ROW: Beck, Bridqett, Durham, Cook.
Planners and url-mrs He elnp hilit
SING the suggestions of lmoth teachers and
students, the Student-Team-her Planning Conn'
eil discussed and solved many important prohlems
that came to their attention during the year. Miss
Long, Miss Geraghty and Mr. Blitz were the faculty
members who took an aetiie part in the group.
This year they organized a hook for the fresh-
men 1-oming next year. lt gave information ahout
all the organizations on the eampus, the demerit
system and other things that would he of interest
to them. A moxie was also made almout tht- avlivi-
ties during a svhool year.
ITHOUT the financial help that the Diversi-
fied Oecupations course offered, many of
the students would have found it impossible to von-
tinue their studies.
Capahly guided hy Mr. Rohlfs and Miss Gram-
matim-off, they learned many things that helped
them appreeiate their work more. lt also helped
maintain a good attitude between the employee and
his employer. After graduation, members of the
Diversified Oeeupations 1-lass were sure of a full
time jolt. It was a joh that they had heen trained
for and one they were ready to fill to the lit-st of
Scientists and ities Learn h llninq
N 'l'lll'i spring nf this ye-zu' tht- S4'i4'l1t't- lfuir. lllttJl'tLll0li'l' tlit- tlaiy' lliv assistants working
lwltl all Wusliingtmi lilliyw-i'sity, pl'm'i4lt'1l am up- in tllt' QlllltlilItt'l' ulfit-v. Ltllt'ltllilll1'l' nffivv.
lMll'llltllly' ful' lllt' lllQ'lltlN'l'S ul llll' Cllt'llliSlI'y liltllb lllll'Sl'gS uflit-1' mul tht- llllI'1ll'y' wort' soon running
to tlisplziy tht-ir :num-ruins pmjt-vls mania' during tht- Ul'l'1llHlS,, lt-lvplnming. filing mul mining many utlivr
"'f'viH"S l"5"'- Miss l'3"Hf'fliHf' l1""Fl- 5I""'5"" 'tl llll' liiillvmlmlt-tl julia. Many' of tht-sv stutlvnls Wt'l'l' givvn
P1"""l'- l"'ll""l I"""""l" i"l""1'Fl ll' ll"' "HUD 54'it'Il- tlulivs with ai yin-ul alt-al ul' rvspunsilmility' uttut-In-tt
ull" "Xl""'l"""'l5 """'l""l"'l IU 'lu' il"""l'- l':i"'l' tu pt-rlorni. 'l'lw yarivty nl julns was ulvly and will-
l""'l""l l""'ll'l"'l "V" 5ll"i'li""5 'lm' WT" lm"'H"'l ingly vurriul nut. which manila- il lmssiltlv for thc
in tht- uclvum-1-tl svit-nlilim' way of 4-xpm-i'iine'ntailinn. H-'mol ln nm Hmm. Slmmlhh and vrfilhimlllyy
on liluvk was t-It-t-it-tl l'l'i-sitlviit ziml llun Jny.
sm-mylar,-,lmmmmir of 'his Mlulk Vinh' .lwlmllgilh 'l'ln-y rt-t-t-iwd yalluailvlt- vxlwl'it'iit'v. uliivli wmiltl
nut tilt- yvair Ilia- stuclvuts gllliltftl lllthlit' ami iiinrt- l""'V' llsvlul ll' ll'-fm Wl"'ll""i HW? """ll"""'l 'll-'il'
ul tht- impurtunt kntmlt-tlgv lISl'lilll in tln- st-in-ntilim' studios ur ttpplit-tl lm' il pusitiml in llll' lvltaillvss
ut-rltl ul luclziy. wnrltl.
tQtTUN1f HOW: Ivy, Blink, Ezvll, Miss Lung, R, Lung, Stevens, Mock. FIRST ROW: Abmuis, AIl':'l, Schixlei, Vt-tter, Smith,
I Abi mi
UTONI1 RQJVV: M-wx--, Nixlmtn, Pmiiif-, Wulf-ixtli, Spmvkn-liiiuiti, Mlimiititw. FIRST ROW: GDI-iqlxty, Billllltfltt, lt--Witt, Gisli,
Bnwlinq Club Furnishes Relaxation
"IMI you grit that Inst xrriA'f'."'
Clulu had a fini' st
G bean organizvcl last yt-ar. the- Howling
art for this year. Swine
nienibers who had lwvn in the vlulm last year. juinvd
again. but many' :ww nimnlwrs found this a way to
cntvr tht- suvial till- at l'Xorinamly. 't'Ia- nwinlwrs
lllClllSf'lVt'S plannvd lor tht' tournainvnls alia-ad ul
them hyf prar'tir'ing hard to impruu' tlu-ir ayvragm-s.
Thv tvams wvrv vlmsalii lry' tlw aywaigvs su that
the meinlwrs of last, yvaris lvam wvrv l4ty1t'lllt'l' and
tht' nvw nwinlrers who ilidn't lulms lmw tu lm '
very wcll were shown how lry ilu- uldif-r nn-inlu-rs.
The 1-lulr llL't'illllt' inure popular as tht- war yu-nt on
and many students took aclyantagt- nl tht- lim' lvadvr-
ship throughout the group.
The iiiviiilwis lms-1-anw avtiw nu-inlu-rs in lla- Na-
linnal League for Bowlers and had tht- opportunity
to lmwl in the annual tuurnama-nts that ws-rv In-lil
ln the S rinU'. The vlulx l'L'l't'lXtxtl a t'll2lt'll'I' lruin
the Student lltillllfll and int-mln-rs wvrt- alnlt- lu
i'c't'f-iw' points for Hnmur Sfwivty.
Mr. Charles l"i'vvs. the sponsor ol tlu' lamlin-f
tvam for the vnlirc svason. was plvast-tl with tht-
4-xt-ells-nt results of ilu- tvam. Plans ywrv madt- lor
lll'Xl NPEII' t'0llt'Pl'Illllg lt?lll'l' Ufgllllllllllltltl illltl ttt4lI't'
FOURTH ROW: Pearce, lenson, Holmes, Hoyt Fenwick Ens l-loft
HOW: Lore Stelmon Stocke G
, , , man, Grflnberq, Woltrxrth, Watts, Thomus, Thoel-9. 'l'HlFlll
, . , ,' r, oecke-lor, Pennington, Plummer, Hall, Nelson, Burkou, Porzonski, Vitale. SECOND ROW: N
Cooper, l-lumilton, Younq, Srhultz, Rutter, Stelillnq, Simon, Plrxtt, PrP-sent, Dmnprvfll. FIHST ROW'
. Bohn, Allwn, Boiniinuitw, Wt-15:1
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THIRD ROW: Hunstein, Barnes, Rohlis, Ross, Frie-se, Vest, Welch, Goutsche, Miller, Polkiriqhorne. SECOND ROW: Eder, Bronom,
Gould, Russ, Knomiller, Mr. Blitz, Beckmcmn, Fronkenbuzqer, Bledsoe, Benoxst, Crider. FIRST ROW: Patton, Klinqler, Bedrosiun,
Bommorito, Butz, Dunkel.
THIRD ROW: Hodge, Glaze, Rode, Morl-zmonn. SECOND ROW: Douglass, Merkel, Geherty, Foote. FIRST ROW: Noonfm, Utsrrh,
T t W H U
Y HARNINC a letter in a varsity sport, top
athletes beeante eligible for membership in
the Letterman Club. Throughout every sport season
of the year. the boys strove toward the prized goals
of it letter and an invitation to join the elub. The
eaptains of each sport formed a eouneil which pre-
sided over the meetings and took care of other im-
portant business brought before the elub.
This year. the Senior members left Normandy
and the Letterman Club knowing that the athletes
taking their plaees would live up to the standard
that that and those before them had set.
HE ltltltl point NN' was a symbol of good
sportsmanship and the ability to exeel in any
or all of the sports provided for the girls. This
was to he earned in order to bet-ome a member of
the Vikingettes. Participants in Hoekey, Basket-
hall, Volleyball and Baseball received points
toward this. Girls that beeanie eligible for mein-
bership were officially admitted after a fun-filled.
Guided hy Miss lVlartha jane Ferguson, they
elected Carola Utsch, Presidentg Carol Vogt. Viee
Presidentg Marge Noonan. Set-retaryg and Virginia
IA I. IU NA: V ui I-zx, lvwl nmi, Km., Ilii- 11- I, Iliilf-, Husmimii, Imiikf-I, Iifiivkiiis, Pvizviiski, Wi iss, MIII1'I IQ HUVX: Ru Ii zxduvxi,
ll Hlziiic, Ili mm- it, I VViIIl muzz, KI' iiufiivfky, Ut::L'Ii, I,rii1qliulv9i, Huym-S, Iniry, Nm iv. FIRST ROW: Riillvr, Tliwmi Svii, Vi.'i1Ikwi'l, lliiiillii,
I 1' Iii- I iii li, 1" III' I, f'!lfAII1f1If 1, Iwi zlzki SITTING: INUUKIIWISS, H-iiqiltv, Giisiliimi, Piflivi,
ITIUFITII ROW: Nmiiiriyfr, Smfxll, Brfqolv, Bdlrh, GIHZO, Murler, Smith, UISCIH. THIRD ROW: Willimiis, lnnos, Rmiinierl, Givvv,
fi i:, M :ikiiifum SIIVONIW ROW: Mffrknl, Bfmhx, Brown, Mommx, Willifmis. FIRST ROW: Klmqlvr, Brmmm, Hixrkiiis, lows.
Artists and Jnurnalists Displa Talent
H ICN ICICY nu-mln-r ol Iln- Art Smlivly Ihr- vli- l'M,ll"IlIAFl'lUNS for aspiring llH'llllN'!'S in
IIHIX ul' lll1'll' isorlx raum' all llim' lllllllllll lI1'illlX Quill mill S.-I-ull. lllvall 1-lmpu-r nf llim' lnlvr-
Xrlw llgill. llvre' all 1!l.llll'll' all'lisli1'a!l1ilily :intl llivil' Iliiliwwll ll""""4"'I S""l"lF l-"V lllilll Sl'l""'l
xixiil iiiizlpliimliuns iwn- fvl In mwlx. 'llliv Uffii-1-rs -l"H"'11'liS1S- WW" Vliilfl- lIl'5lfll'S lllvil' llalrcl work
of um Wm.-5 dnl, NW, Hill llm.FmU,- lnl.l,Sm4,m: und ulmilili in j0lll'Il1lllHlIl. Ihr-y Iizul ln maintain an
lim Ulhimln. WW IiH,si1l4,m: Mum I,'iSl,lN,r. Sww- high LlXI'l'ilQi' in sm'l1olursl1ip. Puinls iwn- ill'qllll'1'1l
mu: um' Mmullm lhllgluyl ,l.rWlSlAIWr. Ivy writing iivws slurivs uml svlling illlXl'l'llSI'lII0lllS
in ilu- Cuurivr and Saga. This ycur. us in lliv past.
l l""""'3 ll" lldll lm" ""lI ""' "l Ill' """'I "" llw illlllllill Quill and bvrull lmnquvl and mfmfmul
llXllll'r Ilu- grmip 4'ill'l4Il'1l mil Illll'lll12 lln- yvur. lu iniliuliml Wm-4. lwld- Hp,-Q. lhl. ,m.ml,4.rS Wm-,. gil-vn
'l1"f"f'Hflf'Hl-Hr' "4""" l"'l"'A" 4I"Fll'l"Sl "ls" ll' llwll' nwmlnvrsllip 1-urrls and il gulil pin. sxinlmlim' of lhv
in-5. ll una Mum-lliing llu-y hunk is-ri si-rinusly. 0l'lLIilIllZ2lll1lIl. Miss I"ralm'vs Rl'1'NlllglUIl illlll Mrs.
fm' ll iwulfl llll1l4rlllill'4llN lu- usi-ful ziflz-I' Ulllilllillltill. M
A ,. airy Still uclvisvcl all group an-livilivs.
IV up Nixi-'ty Tlii-w
dm-nl lumix inlvrvsln-4l in sfmu- fi4-ld uf musiv. Th.-
66MUSiE when Sufi vnilzes
1 XF" H1 WN K1 11 f'?'x'UNl ROVf:C':1v1:1,F11-1Hn. THIFNIROVV:L.1hu:mw,!W11:wvH,I'1tzIQf1y. IUUHTII
4 V H 1' Ili' dllfl lhv liuml mul Ul'4'l11'fll.l
HIC mlivlimmry 1h-fin--41 lhn' mml IIlll5i1'2lh "lha- many slllgquz, ,rm .. '
url ur 51'i1'lI1'l' uf llilfllltrllil' iHllIl1lS..- This wvlu' proof of this. l':Lu'h prmvcl lima- :xml Iimf
N1l'lll1'1l suvh am illiltlt'11llllll'1I4'fiIliliUll fU!4SUllll'lIlilI51 ilglilill ilw alhilily In sluml against 1'mnpl'liliml fre
lI1'l'Pl5 1'mvlm'cl in lhv llvzwls ul.1'X1'l'y0ll4' as musiv. "lIN'V F"h1"'lF ill 'IN' VHF-
lu mmm lm.-nlmlv IIlllSif' ITPVLIIIIP lhvil' xxhulv Iifq- Mrs' Hull. Mr. kt-mwuq Mr. Ihnbum um' MI
xxhilv lhvy xwrv on lhv Villllllllb. Tu ullwrs it was il Gould Wm, ln lu, gixml Inuisl, fm. UH, SI,Il,mlid jul,
lIN'llIlS of l'4'l2l'iilliHll. uml In slill nllwr lwolmlm- it ilu., did htm, at Nwnmmhl Mud, uf thvil. U
as il may of vxpu
f1lI'llIIlill1' to haw haul il laugv lH'l'l'1'lll2lgI' ui lhc- stu- 2
'FSW3 ll""" ldmls- HPI'-Q W' WT" lima' was slut-nl l'1-hvzlrsing and lllilllllillgl aussi-nmlnllw
xml vmn-v1'ls h1-r1- or uwalx from svlwul. Xthflllill
1-uuld hm- proud nf lhvsv fim- llllISil'ill grnups.
l l t H
l1lH, Vlllfatgs IIE IHHIIIUI' .
1,1'1N111Nf1 1111-ir 111111-s 1ll Il1'l'1'l'l'1 11al1'1111111y. 111'1 111usi1'a111y i111'1i111'11 buys all N1lI'lll2i!ll1y
I111' lllilllf 11114-111111 111111 1111111ili1111s S1llQIl'l'S wvrm' 11111 ln 111' f111'gu111'11 11lll'1Ilg 1110 yvar.
11111111111 1111- ilirl! f11lUl'll5. '1'1ll' 51111-1111141 l11l'1'l'l1UIl 1111-1 11111 11111-k1-11 1l2ll'l1 111 a11'1'u111p1is11 fim- 1lill'Ill0llf
111' 1115. 111-11-11 111111 111111111 il l1l'1l1.l'F41UIl2l1 11lll1'1l 10 for l111'i1' 1'11111'1'1'ls 111111 lISSl'lll1111l'S. '1'11vy l'lllI1I1 110
1111111 ringing 1-111111111-1111-1115. '111Il' 1114111111 uns l'l1lll- 11021111 Ill'2H'l1l'11Ig 1N'1.Ul'l' 5111111111 l'Yl'l'y 1"rif1a1y 11111111-
11151-11 111' 1111-111lw1+111111v11-11111.1'14'u'11l11 111111 111111111 ing.
F1I'ill11'F. 1111111151 I111' t11Il'1?1Illilh 1'1'11g1'11111 1114? sung: I,1l'l'1'1l'!1 111 Mr. ,M'l11ul Kl'Illll'11. 11l1',1llll10l' 111111
'1'1"?"If 11" H1111 H"4""1 U" 1111111-H "Sil""l Aiilhlu Svniur lmys p1'mi111'11 11111 for 11N'lllSl'1Yl'S w11i1v rv-
.11111 'QI111 111 1111- XX1111'111.u ll? 1111- f,l'1'1lt'P1S i11l1'rpl'1'l1'f1 11l'ilI'S1Ill!1 1111- songs 11101 xwrm' lu sing. AIIIOIIXSI thvsv
11I1'lIl 1ll 11:111111- 111r111. m'1'1' "111111f1uausu 111111 "111' Gus W1 '1'1'ui11".
'1'1ll' Illllllk 111111111 1113-1lIllK'Il1F11lll'1ll2 1111' war xwrn- 11'1ll'1l' 1lill'l1 xxurk 411141 1-ill? 0111111 1-no N'l'il110lI
. 1 . . r-
1I11l'11lIl1l'41 lu 11l1'1l' 1llll4l1 1111111 111111 1111- lIIl11l'1llg1 1-f- 111a1111- this l'1ll1I illl tlll151ilIli11Ilfl llIllS1l'il1 111'ga111iza-
fur! 111 11I4'1l' 11i1'1'1'1111'. Nlrs. 111'11'11 114111. 111111.
111111 HIIW. 11w1:, I11111111, 1111111, f4!1111+, V111'kS, 11111111-111111, 1.11v1, 1i1111:11111, 11-1111y, B1111111, 1111:'cw11, 1,o1w1, 1.1'1111111111r1, Kwok,
'J -, , 11 11-, 11v111-, M11 1111, f'1111111, H111:411, H1111111111. FOURTH ROW: B111k1y, 1.11c'y, 11. S1111111, 1'111i111, 1'11111n0y, 1,v11111c11vh1Cr, MPYOI,
111111, 11:11'11:, W111111:. 111v1111v11', N1111111111, B1112, P1111111, B11Ik1111, B1'111c1w, B1111'11d1f1, S111111f'11, L111c'1111'r, THIR1' ROW: L'11r1s1w11Se'11,
V111:111 211.111 1111, 11111 1, 11111111-1.':-, V11111, '1'111,111111s1'111, 1V11'G1111y, Viv, H1x11111111'1, 2'1r11111:4k1, Rr1111Ss, W11111P1, 1,.11w11, G11111Q1ft', P11111, F'I1zf
1111,', 1111111111111 111111111111, 1fw 111, 111111111. ?T1fL'ON11 ROW: Sldvs, Kvdlo, G11vc11f1, V11111111r1, 1.911111411111111-I, l'11:111, P111ki11S, lO1111s1'11, RiL'11'1,
T1111:1.:11 E1:11111, l111111:.1:, 111111I1, 1111- 11111-1, Ii1'11w1-11111, P111111111. FIRST ROW: IV111111-, P11111, 1i111111'1, 1.11w1111111111, 111111111113 131-1r111'y,
111-11111, 1l11.11, 111 N111, '111:111111, 11111111.
1111111' NNW- 1111111115 H11111111, S111r1w1s, Allfffn, Dunkp-1, Mr. Ke-nn911,
Ellpfson, V11-S1 Gray, Lmnbvrl, Littlslfield. SECONP ROW:
1111v.'11'1t, 1'11111:.111-, .1111r1111111, r-'1111111, 1V1111wr, 1V1111k, Ad11n1S, Gf1111Sr11e', F1c11111S, 1'1cv1c1-11. FIRST ROW: Nwfw, Bf1d10s11111, Y'001e1', B1'11110111,
111111111 1411.'. A 1111-111' f'1111'111
1' 1111 N111- 1y1'1v
SIXTH ROW: Bledsoe, Sanders, Brdnom, I-Ioekel, Gray, Elliott, Gczutsche, Miller, I-Ioehn, Elieison, Tcxetz, Vest. FIFTH
ROW: Allen, Buss, Adnms, Ldmmert, Brill, Kormeier, D, Smith, Meyer, Beatty, S. Smith. FOURTH ROW: Hoesli, P. Smith,
Vonckx, Vie, Vogt, Rutter, Renimert, Lacy, Douglass, Ddchroeden, Platt. THIRD ROW: Irvine, Zook, Held, Ke-dro, Lciuff, Mc-
Finty, Bohn. SECOND ROW: Moore, Thcrnpson, Burner, Sheppard, Woods, Leimkuehler, Fitzroy, Burke-y. FIRST ROW: Rider,
Mixed nilzns Jain
CHOING through thc halls. thc launiliur sound
of the inorc than one hundrcd voiccs of the
Mixed Chorus could hc hoard crcry Tuesday and
'lllllll'Sfl?.ly morning hcforc school.
'llhc first conccrt givcn hy thcin this yczir was at
Thanksgiving timc. At Christmas the-y participatcd
with tho othcr musical groups to provide the audi-
cncc with at joyous Christnias progruni.
Thv sludcnts who wcrc choscn us olficcrs wcrc
David ltlairncs, l,l'9SlCll'Ill1 Rohcrtu liowc. Sccrclzlryl
Rarlvura Ridcr and ,lim Richardson. l,ihrarians.
Mrs. Helcn Ball. their director. also orgzniizcd
smaller groups composed of tht- more outstanding:
singers in the chorus. The Nonct. composcd of ninc
girls, sang popular as wcll as classical songs. The-y
were Lois Driscoll, Darlenc Carroll. Arlcnc Barkcy.
Carol Lcfmann. Donna Fitzroy, Elnora Leimkuch-
ler, Janice Donoho, Johnu Glaze and lVlarilyn Ster-
Nf'lf'f'f !l"f2NlfS N1411117f'111f'Hf f,'1ff"'f'1l7lllll"1f- ling. "Rudolph. the Red-Noscd Rcindccrf' one of
SIXTH RYUW: Hwrciy, IvIf1I1k, RFIIIIS, Roberts, FQQI91, I7uukI2I, Sprwrilmq, Grfwhrxm, Bridqett, Barry, Bedrosxrm, Nara, FIFTH
HHVV' Vfwmx-, III,-Ir, fiffrvf, RlIIInIF'I'IFffI, Hr-mr14'h, Brwmfkx, Bfnndn 14, Str-Ilvu, Imvbm, llxmvsky, Hum, L,mIf1ImIor. FOURTH ROWt
II-HIIJ., III II 1, I'1Ix1.v,', ,f v-Irwvxw, B1 MISS, GIIIUIMI, VVYUNI I, Ex :ndf-52, i3vI1xvX-1'z--1, BINIIIW, MIIIIW, OIIWNII. THIHII FIOVV:
fb I III I, I- III:-, I'II1::1r:, Rwrif, fhxxwrn, MIM: 1, H xnftwn, U5 I Im, Sirius, IwXA'1f1. SFVONII IIOVV: lY:11wn, Llwvyvl, St-X1ImI1, II1x::I'wII,
I1!wIIA, IIr'uIIf,',f1-nw, I'I1+'III- I, F- III 1, FIHHT RCHVV: I'Ix1n1:1, HIVII-111I:wl1
in Harmnninus Strains
IIN-ir mwl uulslumlingx I'lllllIll'I'5. was p11-fm-:Ili-cl all
III1- IIIll'ISIIll2lh vmlmw-l'l.
Nh. JXIFIIIIII lx:-mwll Im-nu-II il Il1'IN QVUIIIP IIIIS
u-snr. Immun :nr Iln' IMIIIIIQ- Mix:-II Ix,IIllI'I1'l. II4'K'illlSl'
UI IIN- IllillIN UlII5Iilll1IIll" hlIl"l'l'h Ill this grmlp
In-1-:un4- kmmn uf mn- of Iln- I-IIIPFI all XUFIIIRIIIQII.
I.wIN Ilriwull. IIilI'IHll'il IXurI1'x mul .Iunv Cuulul
Immml an Irin, 'IIIl1's1'g1Il'Is Iwrnlm- an lmrl uf uImnsI
vu-rx lllllhlt' QIFSUIIIIDIN lhzll hunk plum- IIIVUIIQIII IIN'
Um- nf lln' Iligllligglllw 1:I II11- yvur Im' IIN' Nlixf-fl
IIImrm Ixus Ilu-ir pzll'livipulim1 in IIN' All-Clbllllly
I.Il4llIlSIl1'IlI all xIElllI1'IKU4lfI-RIVIIIIIUIHI IIPIIIIIIS Hugh
Sf-Inml. Ifur IIN-ir ff-If-vlimus IIIPF rung "I ruisv II:
I1r'I'Il1'4'u :xml "NI:nI:lgll1'll:1n. 'I'In- strung 1-mnpvliliun
llml uns III4-rv all :III lima-r prmr-fl lhul NUl'lllllllfIy
Ilaul mu- UI lln- fun-ft hlllglllgl LLIYHIIIS lll thc Vllll
Nvxl I4-an' IIll'l'l' XSUIIIII In- :ww xuiux .ulflul Ivul
IIII5 wsu F IIIUIIIP w1uI:I lu- n-lm-mln-lm'4I Im il long
limv. l'nifor1u fIlIll1'Hl'llHl'1' IllllIl'4ll'1'N f1lnm.vpl:1'1'f'.
I' 1114- Nm! ty Sf vf In
VIOLINS: Block, Willminq, Williamson,
Leimkuehler, Loeber, Johnson, Gun, I.
Abrams, Hardy, Orgeich, Tucker, Pike,
Brczncles, Stecker, Mosher, Painter, Simp-
kins. CELLOS: Bensiek, Vonckx, Donoho,
Montgomery. BASS: Schuette, Davis
The f'071f'?7'f'I7HlNf!'1' rlemrmstrafes his ability.
URING the first hour of ever school da ' the
Band room was the scene of hard practicing
done by Normand 's outstandin Orchestra. This
. Y g
group, one of the most popular on the campus, in-
cluded some of lNormandy's most talented mu-
Mr. Jean Rayburn returned for his second year
as director of the group. His endless effort and the
diligent practice done by the group helped make
the Music Association concerts an enjoyable event
for everyone who attended. ln the February concert,
pianist Judy Bensiek was soloist. For her selection
she played Mendelssohnis Piano Concerto. On
April 7 the group took a trip to Troy and St.
Charles, Missouri, performing for the high schools
there. The Orchestra also participated in the an-
nual County Music Festival. Not only did the group
perform as a whole, but many members played
solos in the Festival.
Officers of the group were Don Polkinghorne.
Presidentg and Mary Merkel, Secretary. Concert
master for this year was Don Black.
nmfl xuluuhlv Svuiur in lhv Unhvslru. Thi, uw:
'I'hv illllllllll t,l'l'iH'SlI'1I-Hilllll hzmqlwl uns hvhl in
Man lo r4'xsul'1l flc-sf-:wing Illl'llllN'l'S of thc- grnupa.
M lhis linux- lhv Ariun ,fMsa1rrl was pI'l'Sl'Illl'K! In Ihr'
nur llu- gmail Imp:-41 fm' hy 4-wry lllllilflilll frmn lh
lllUIll4'Ill hv villa-r4'1l tha- f,l'4'h1'Sll'il amd In-gun xsnrlx-
illp ful' il.
Of thu- mann lIlll!4il'ill wnnpusiliuns lhvx' N-111lv1'vd.
Ihr' lun f:u'uril4's of thx- gruup Sl't'llH'il In hx' lhn'
fa-In-vliuns from lhv mln-wllzi. "Kula:-rIu" and "Blum-
'l'alll-uf' 'l'hiw war fivn- nu-mhvrs of Ihr- f,l'1'Ill'Sll'il
Y' ' ' .
ull:-mlvcl Ihr' Wushinglmn lzniwrsily musivizlnship
rluss for high svluml sluflvnls hm-ld on Sillllfllily
As 1-:wh lIll'IlllN'I' lmvkvd hawk mm' lhv IIIZIIIX
IlI1'ilSllIll illlll 1'V1'll illllllillljl l'XlN'l'Il'lll'l'S hi' hilfl. th!
lung hours of hard mark and lll'ill'lil'4' wvrv forgo
lvn. 'Hwy haul hm-n l'l'Will'dl'd hy Ihr' applullsv 4
lhv illlIIi4'll4'1' mul wvrv pruucl tu hc Illl'IllIN'l'S of lhc'
PIANO: Lulu mwmk tum. VIULAS: Wwlthvy, H111
kry, 1. Abmms. OBOE: Hunsivln, RAS
SOON: Polkinqhmnw. CLARINETS: Qmvk,
Guxlcy. DRUMS: SINIHI, Mvyvr. TRUM-
PETS: Hoist, Mexkol, Tmvhlwod. FRENCH
HORN: Stun". SAXOPHONE: Srrvtl. PI-
RECTOR: Mx. Rnybum.
rniny prurlif-r'.v in1p1'nl'1' 1-ur1r1'rf.v.
liiirl Ilhnristers Blend in Harman
early morning praetiees. so that she would be per-
leet in harmony for the inueh-waited-ftmr appear-
Although there were no elected offieers. the stu-
dents themselves proved eapable of handling the
situations thrown at theni. After first appearing at
the Nnrtnandy Musie Assoeiation eoneert during
the Christmas season. these young students were
asked time and time again to appear at the student
Several of the tenth grade tnenibers were ehosen
to be in the All-County Chorus. After working hard
they were able to give a polished perfornianee and
were pleased that their talents had not been wasted.
Striving for perfeetion. they soon realized that all
singing improrm with Int.vnfpr11efiee. was not play. for the many praetiees, although
tiring. proved helpful in laying the baekground for
Nlii of the tnost enjoyed of the niusie groups llwse girls in lulun' years'
this year was the 'lienth Grade Girls' Clee These members of the Tenth Grade Girls' Clee
l lub. 'lihis popular organization. both to the tnent- Club. in their navy skirts and white blouses. were
s and the listeners. was one of the best organized one of the znosl enjoyed inusie groups in the
tlubs on the eanipus. l3'aitlil'ully. eaeh girl eanie to school.
Efttmf' ' f 'f 5 -' Q Y Y x W .
11 Y E E ii -
THIRD ROW: Anderson, Beatty, Rieqert, Zorn, Helton, Kennett, Biedenstein, Wunderlich, luck, Knight, Gerken, Haynes. SECOND
ROW: Holmes, Neumann, Stevenson, Niermcn, Robinson, Linders, Borchelt, Turner, Iohnson, Schneider, Kale-mclris. FIRST ROW: Lerxsck,
Lnnqdcn, Goetly, Hinrnfm, Oberrnczrk, Sultens, Russ, lecklm, Scheidler, Perkins,
Page One Hundred
Lively Marches ill Slthnnl Spirit
lllf. lim lrunn' llllllllltlgl nn tht- north sidv uf
tht- Vue-altimizil huiltling wustln-s1'e'iw of lnuny
liuurs ul pi'nm'li4'iiig hy tht- lNUl'IllilIlIly High Sm-lmol
.in1l, Ibn-ssl-tl in ilu-ir mlurlc hlus- uniforms,
lwrs ul tht' tn'gzniizzlli4ni prnvicletl livvly and stir-
ring songs nt luutlmll gznnvs ainfl ussf-ntlwlit-S. 'llhvir
tlil'l't'llll'. Mr. Uuultl, struw' fur pci'fv1'tim1 at vvvry
it-ln'nl'snl lwlun- the- group was svlwclulvml In Iwi'-
'l'lu-av xwn- only two plum-S uf lhv rnuny nnisivail
lvlllhll' Assnviulimi lhnnw-rts tht-5 play-tl svlc'1'lc'ml
ninnln-rs Ihul prawimlvnl n xurim-ty ul' 4-ntvrtaininc'nt
lm' alll. As in pre-x'innis xvurs. thaw pvl'lui'im'ml in
tht- All-tlunnty llanul znnl Urvln-slru. livra-
unnln-ts-rl with nth:-r svlmnls for r4'1'ugnitiun
tIlPIilQ1l'Ill1'Illh giu-n hy lln- group. At vzlc'l'l nf the
nlilwtaimling lnusivul grmip. lfzu-h lnvnllwr was
In Thr' 1rii1rixvf'Iiuri funrx up.
mlmsa-n In-v.niw nl his or hvr sole- zlhility lu rmlflvi' A, im,,1h,.,. Wm- Umm. U, 3 ,.l,,Sf,. UN. Bum! mmm,
IllllNlt'ill 4-nnipnsitimis :incl his intvrvst in tht- lie-lil ln.,-5 Img uyyay lhpir i,,,1m,m-,nsz smm. fm- IIN. lust
of lllllSlt'. ll ltltlli Illlllly lltblIl'S of llilftl Wllfli lt! ill- linw ul N1ll'lllQlllQly. N4-Xl ,Calf qplhq-rg will lwpulnp il
t.1in lhv lint' IllllSlt'lll quality that was prvsviit ut part of uni' ul tht- inns! nulallnlt- urgalilizulimts on
an-rx vmn'1'rl gnvn ln the-ni.
VOIIRTH ROW: Mr. Gmnlcl, Nll'Gl'lldE?l, Meyer, Smith, THIRD ROW: Hughes, Polkinqlmino, Willey, Chitty, K. Svutt, I. St-ntl,
lllllllllfl, Mvklmiinxvk, SIICONIF ROW' Guilpy, Br-Ike?-, Layton, Watts, Scott, I. Kcwln, Nluellpr, Hiiqlws, Iones. FIRST ROW' Qnirk,
llnnratwln, Fifhoi, Horst, Slono.
Pwnc One Hundred Ono
'4Variely,s the very spice of life."-Cowper
HE queen of the dance unclasped her hand from
that of her partner to reach up and touch her crown,
the symbol of her royalty. Only then did she realize all
was not a dream. Not everyone, however, could be the
belle of the ball, so some found a thrill in pinning on a
corsage, applying make-up for the school play, or pre-
paring refreshments for a party. Even grasping their
books while crossing the campus on the way to class
with a group of friends was a very special part of the
enjoyment of school life.
Applauding hands encouraged the achievements of
fellow classmates. To those outstanding in certain fields,
awards were given in recognition of their work. Receiv-
ing their honors, accompanied with a hearty handshake
and a sincere "well done", was a moment that would he
ln every phase of the social life hands grasped every
fleeting moment of happiness and achievement and wove
them into a permanent picture of their memory scrap-
book of life at Normandy.
'wR5f S w
Ralhxhelm rf'r'ommemIs. "'l'nkP ,f'tc'fi1"ify.'
Ntfzrfjx are met zrith foofhlexs xmiIe.w.'
Spirit and Pl1fll1lSlIl-YH! uid team progress.
Familiar Anti ities
ITH the cry "Take Activ
ityi' another drive to sell
activity tickets had begun. Clever
skits portrayed the advantages of
buying a ticket. That the cam-
paign proved successful was a
tribute to the convincing presenta-
tions in behalf of the cause.
HStep right up! Test your skilllv
was heard echoing through the
Gym at Normandy's first big so-
cial event, the Penny Circus. Of
the fourteen attractions, the Freak
Show seemed to command the
Sporting events would lose some
of their appeal if ear-splitting
racket weren,t a part of them. En-
thusiasm added atmosphere when
the team was on top and consola-
tion when it was not. Students did
not hesitate to provide this sup-
Pcrfle One Hundred Four
Return with utumn
A fzunrili- linn--killvr nn wurin.
sunny :luis wus jusl plain luufing.
'Hn' fiyin sh-ps, till- slum' iwiiviws,
' in' vann ms pru-
vifli-fl lin- si-Ming. il wus il
" - lwtvsl .
ga-I 4-znigiil up nn ull Ihr, .
Apln'npi'i:lla- cim-1-mulimis nf vs-
iiillllbi. iglnus annl if-ivlvs zulnrilmi
lin- Hyun for lin- firsl ciaunw- uf llw
we-alsmi. lin- iii-Yis I1-i'ln'vzliu'r.
Soil iigiils :uni sum-I llllliiil' uicii-4
mnlpiw in "ln'4-aikingg lin' lu-0 . , -
il'l'iiIiIlllll'lli, filling ln lin- mul-
siull. lligghligille-il lln' PXCIIIIIQI.
lluiivilig willmul slim-s wus tilt'
nmn-I iil'iIilll'1' nf tln' Sludvnl Cunn-
rilk fir:-I fiillN'l'. 1lppropi'izlte-ly
Vlltlllgil rulln-ci lin- Sm-k Dain-v,
linusuailly lira-il fm-I was lin- only
unnpiwinl ili'il'l' lllis firsl uvlivily
Pin-1:1 Onrw Hnririrr-ri Fivn
x f'flfl',l up un "HW lulvx
il H'flI'llI. l'ric'nrlIy lI,IHUS1l'H'l't' Inu
1111! In lf'm
If Ihr' right pair Inn'
Ii lx Hn
l,llVlAXlNti the eampaigns of the eandidates
for Senior offiees was the assembly the day
before the lyalloting. At this time presidential ean-
didates from the Pogo. Safety-Pin and Kiekapoo
parties presented their platforms. llflaseots. han-
ners and parades all proclaimed support for faxor-
ite eandidates and their parties.
Sinee it was a presidential eleetion year. the flon-
temporary Problems elass staged a moek eleetion
patterned after the real thing. Before students could
east their liallots on Oetolmer fill. they had to regis-
ter at the designated places. To further authentir-ate
the oeeasion a debate was held to disc-uss the main
issues. Ballot returns provided a victory for "lla-N
hy the seant margin of six votes.
Shining down on drifting eouples at the Senior
'llri-Yis Harvest Dance was a huge golden moon.
partly ohseured lv, a silhouetted eouple, Large
autunm leaves. real eornstalks. pumpkins and an
appropriate floor show added to the rustie atmo-
sphere. Queen of the dance hy popular tote was
Laughs and applause eehoing from the Audi-
torium were adequate announeement that the All-
Seliool play was in progress. Long hours of prae-
tiee assured the sueeess of the nllllt'llllt'l' lay the
llozen" production. Between aets entertainment was
furnished lry the l'larmonairs.
Ilopiny I0 81171.11 ruff-.w, Il rlemrnnvlrution is
l.f'4lrniny reul 1n'oe+'1llr1'f's, sluvlenlx reyixler
'1'hf'.wnilr' re'j'If'4'Is the hwn'f.'
Iron: ll IIIlSllIl1ll'l'SftlIll1lll!I ll ".W'l't1llIS" .wif-
Page One Hundred Six
l,l'l'Ul'llllllIlS purlruying l'lllll'ill'lt'l'S from a Moxi-
vun vunliv strip ln-lpn-ll vurry out lln- Spanish thvnll-
ul lln- unnuul lim-kwurll lhnn-1-. or "El Fanclangu
R4'Yl'I'Sll-., as il was 1-ulll-ll lllis yvzir. A "south uf llle
lumls-r" ll ever r slum pi'0c'vcl1-rl ilu' l'lllllilX of the Pvc-
ningl. lllm-1'r1mning uf Huy llmwy unll Doris Cunlwl
an King lfliiru zlnll Quvvn Cliiquilu. l'l'spm'1'livvly.
Un Xml-nilwr 2l. i'1-pu-ss-iitailiws fruni nmrv than
T5 4-nlll-gl-5 unll linivc'l'sili1's lwlpe-ll sc-niur sluflvnls
plain for llivir fulurl- l'lllll'illlliIl. Qlwslimis l'om'c-l'i1-
ing ull plum-s ul wall:-gv lill- wvrl- 1-illwr alliswvil-fl
llira-vlly nr lllfllllflll pillllPllll'lS and ullwr lilvralurf-
all-signal-cl fur lllill purpusv.
Strains ul fannilian' 1-zimls pn-rvmll-ml llll- utnm-
wpln-rv nl lln- vanullm--lil luuni. Darn-1'i's inte-rpi'vle-ll
in flowing lllllXl'llll'lllS ilu- "wld fuvurilvsu nf llw
xnlvlilll- an-small. 'l'lu- V152 l:lll'l!-3llllilS pugvanll was
lrulx an vmnlninulilm nf lu-uulx. sa-riuiisxn-ss and
giilivly. xsllivli nnull- wilnvssing il ai clislinvt privilvgv.
l,ln'isln1ns Slllfll annl ani ill'llVlll llvlwl wvn' lllv
. . . v w . q
unlx auliniwimn l'l'1lllll'l'll for lhl- hluclu-nl l.uum-:ls
lilIl'l5llllllS llmnw-. llriglllly lil Irv:-s. willl lrluv and
xsllilu' lla-1-mxllimis. mllll-ll fnrllwr ln llw spiril illlll
lwauulx ul ilu- in-vznsmii. Ill-lls In-ruldl-ll lln- urrivul
ul flllllll. Mllll lns ling: nl gills for ull llullll-rs uf
Nnnll11'4'l'n.v,' lI'.w ull in lvlwpirigy with flu' .wllir
'I'u prvpurr' ix lu Ilflrvxulnv'1'nnIl'ul of Ihfr fulun
".lIIfl1'lN, HV' Ilurr Ilrurfl on High."
lflllll Iv4'4lr'lw.' wunllilrnlrlil fha' Nl'4lSUll.
Piiqn One Hnndmd Sewen
f'1II'iNfHlllHfiHlf, ix xhuriny timed. .1 rvrtuin lrP11rlpir1'r'.vPl.w hw' ujurrt.
IIRISTMAS was not vompletvly a festive sea-
son. Realizing that many did not haw alde-
quulc- food, Hi-Y boys dislrilnulvd lmskets of vznnwd I
goods, sugar and meal. X 1
Quaint splendor reniiniscffnt of "Thel.Old golillfzil I
greeted rouplvs entering the trglrli-iuforjztiiiij f'Gy11l1iiiiTiNfK , Ai A
night of January IT. With a .V ,. offsfbmi Ihr- idf-nl plam, to do this joln.
H hal-kd'-OP, PM Comcgiy iwngfwinwimlgii I?t'il"'i",f'iThe iii Sludvnls smxking an fuiure in show luusinm-ss "hurl
Heuux Arts Ballg. ,N f ' ff i i , . , , .
X " , V' fb i'A- f uk V1 f' 'blhvn' day ' nl tha- Llllllllili bludenl cAllllll'll sponsorod
'I'owan'd tiife-'VLff1fi,cifJ11iiAiiff1z'y, 5liidinpls,foz'gol soviull N iirzllvimt Ass:-xnlvly. Ry lhvir vow. lln- znnlivnm-v sv-
an'tivitinfQi4Qfbrv zgyjifliilii andflfiii-klrgii'5.fiomf'n'1 o Ayr, In iw-tvd eighl an-ts as rvprz-sc-nlalliws to inlvr-si-hool
task of'S11p.1y5ifiQ fog,-firiilii alssvinlmlix-s.
V '- 'J , if' Q' .,Lf'm QM L
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"Mining the buok,w" 'ix H10 Vogllfl 1I7'i07' fo P.1'11ms'. "'I'lll'I'f"N no lrilxirivss lilw .vhmr Imsim'.v.v."
Pings One Hundred Eiqhl
f'1II'I'.I!fllfl our plans .wlwllx hurrl work. Ifunuiny pmwllvl in r'oop1'ruIim1 is lHlfIl'l'NfIIlH'ilI1l.
'lin Sl'lliHl' 'liri-N ' Ili-X Illl'llllN'I'S. spullsurs
Hn' XRIIUIIIHIK' I,illll'1'. fvll ilu- lurk of Illilklllgl
1l1-I-mwllmm :mal pre-panning: for Ilw Ing 1-vvlll in
umm ll'Ill'l uma. 5lI4'l'1"5 uf ilu' llilIIl'4' wus rvwural
vlmllyll for lmrrl XHll'lxl'I'ff.
Vluwl' IKVILIIIUIIFIIIIJF um-rm' llu- UIljt'1'llH' of llll'
66 Ja x
Purvnl-'l'm':u'Iwi'-Sludvnl Mvvtings. at whivh timm-
vuvh group vould prvsvnl its side' of ax prolvlvnl in
am vfforl lu mln' it In Ihr sulisf1u'lim1 of all.
l'Q1lSIliUllS llll4ll'l'NH'lll 1'llllFill1'l'illll4' Vhilllgt' illlfillg
Hmrkiv Wm-k lnilizllion. l"vllmx's who had valrlwd
il lvllvr had lu swan' ullllumlisll VUSHIIIIPS and 4'illl'l'
ln vu-ry whim of il Xl'l1'l'illl lvllvl'l11ull.
To amalrcl If-llvrs lu the lmskvllmll. fwinnning und
NI't'hlIiIl51 lvauns. at slwviall HSSPIIIIDIY was he-ld on
NIJIITII ll. Cal llilillS m's1'1ll1'1l lru rhivs lu ilu' wrin-
I I l I
.I "mulrif"' !'r'rl.v Ihr' rfwlall of l'llI'Ilfll!l ll If'ltr'r. Nymlmlif' of ll :winning fl'tlHl is Hu' gold vup.
V11-yr' On- Humlll
l'r'f'p1l1'uIiu1i ix Ihr iffy In xl1r'w1'.s'.w, ,ll'l4ll'l1lf.S' fllltlllfill Il Nflllllll in lnllflnrw.
.1 pounrl lnxf is 11 pwnizy ,w11'wI,' 'l'l1r'f1ninlul.v Yuki' Ul'l'I'7lPlIl only for ll rlflyf
Slzhnnl lla 5 End with a Flnurish
U ll.Xl5l'i innna-x for ti vluss gift tn the st-lwnl.
svninr clrtnnutia' stnmlvnts. with Miss Cnllvvn
Xxrllklllhltll us llll'l'l'lUl'. p1'vsvlit0d tlw Senior Play.
.'xlSt'llll' untl Ultl l,z11't'u. lmzifls in tht- prmll
in-rv tim nlrl maids. ztlvlx' purtrayvfl. with tht- hvlp
nl an vxpcrt nmlu--up artist. ln Mary lfist-hvr and
Thr- nisrlit nf Mzlrvli 27 funnrl tht- lnlvln nf tht'
llig Uxni lrunsfnrnwcl intu u miniature Nxwigliing
tnlinnu. lit-furo vmiplvs vunlrl "pass" lu tht- clanrt-
lltmr. tht- girl had to lu- wwigrlifwl and hvr vsvnrt
tlnirgml at lwnny pvr lmnntl for lllllIliSSlUll. Huw-
twr. als sptnlstws uf tht' flzlritv. tht- Lvttcrinvn uf-
of the Gym. whilf' soft. pale grvvn ungvl hz
Page One Hundred Ton
vhauns and sparkling iit'IlIl'I'ZllllSu uflnrnvfl tht- we
ff-rf-tl lrvv l't'l1'vshlm'i1ts to those- who haul slznwul
fvw pnnnfls ltl'l.4ll'Pl1illlll.
Ht't'2IllSl' nf an revurtl vrtmrl tht- l,UllI'lt'l' s Ft. Put s
Dann-H. "Eine-ralrl l7antasy'." nvttvd on-r at thonsum
dripped frtnn the- vviling. Sinn- Irish l'vggy Mt
had the must pvnny xntvs. t'rm'vt- Brin-v Huw
crmvnvd hrfr Quvvn.
April Ifl- it lnnkvcl as if Mnthvr tlunsv ha
to iN0l'lIl2lllfly. Vilcingvtte inilizitvs hurl to
up as nnv of the f'hill'ZN'tt'l'S frmn nurst-ix
dollars for the big Thirtivth Yvar issuv. lmprn
lllxulv- Jlllll wlwx :Ill llu- wunmguulf- .lf gl,-lx ull.,
llilll 4'illlll'1l llu-il ll'lll'IF in llIkl'XlUll5 yvurw. ll:-luuul
In mln-x uuwml lN'lllQ wluvl uilll il uallvl' gun.
,Xu lIlll'lI7l1'l2lllllII. lm' llu- Nlux l"1-lv. of il "Stull-
lam um llu- lufk nl llu- N-nun' lll'1'll1'Fl5. ,-Nll us
IH'1'lF ul llu- fun um-rv 1llllll4'Illl4'illlX 4-4u'l'u-ll ull! In
llu- 1lillll'4'l". l.lunrlullc- Lullu-r. up lulrlu-r. mlm-
flnu-1-sl llu- xsnulux num-nu-ulf nl Ilu- lH'1Nlll1'llUll.
lurlluu-ml HI llI1'51'lll4lXx'llll'lllFXKQIFIIII zuu-lum. lmulu
-ale-. mul lnllu- lllnlunl vulllm- prim-. Hllll lurnu-rw.
llllllxlllillllf. :uul luulga-5 illlillllgl I'l'llll5lIl' illlll4lhlDlll'l'l'
lu llu- -4'1'Iu-s.
Flxilw. 1-nla-:ml llillll lDlill'lll'illlf vu-ry urggalllilal-
lun: In Nr-luuvl. uuulm- up llu- Fll'l'1lll'lk purl ul llu-
Sl'llllll lfluff llzuy ,'XrrVllllllN. "llu- llilllvillu-f Umu-
lu XUlllllllNlX new llu- ilu'nu- of llu- 1-xx-nl. uf mlm--
lulwl lu llu- 5lll4lI'lll luulX. .-Xll 5lxllrl'll1lllll1'l!'ll mln
Illif xr-in. lllinmx nf llu- mu-minima Vlllllt' uilll llu-
ll'il1llll:l ul llu- Llglsf Will auul llwplu-1'x. :X l'lll55
Imunu' lm llu-fm-nuns u 1--llu-"uiuul-up"nlllu-eluy.
Bxnumxlnumf uitln llu- uumlll ul Xluy lFlll1' l'mul
llml -'lll4'lllllll'5l ul-1ll'4'1llllhU. xtlllllgl g1il'lf'llu:llg1l1la
llI4'XIlillIlN lllI'll1'1l In pl.umlng for llu- ru-u lliflllill.
ululm- xuuugg nu-u 5 lIlI'lIl'fl In I'illrlllQ11'll0llQ1lI uunu-x
lm llu- 4ll'1'll5l4lll, Ilunl ul uorlx lllll'lll:1 lllls lmux
lufxu-wr. um llu- ,lIIlIl0l' klauf. lf-ll lny ilu-lr 5l1'l'l'-
Ill? ljmnlnillm- :uul 1-laws 1!ll.l1'1'l'F. llu- llu-uu-
1ll4l54'II. "flu-4-imn lQaQl'ml1-lieu. uns 1'2lI'I'l4'll Ulll In lu-I1
'lb an-unims. llu- uuwl ilnplwlzllll vu-nt nl ull uns
llu- luxl 1-xc-nl Qlilllllillllill. ll uns llu- lilllllilflt' ul
u-llu-xl-uu'lll Ill llllilll wluuwl. mul llu- lu-gunning: ol
1 lu-u lilv. lll'l'1lllF4' uf lllllfll um-ful Iblillllllllgl. llu-
el IX um an luulalu mu-. N-xvlzll 5,ll'1'1'll4'S IlHlIll1'1l will
llu- NlplllIll1'.lII1'l' of paul 1'X1'lIl5 mul llu- prmnm- ul
lulura- Xl'ilI'N. llul ll ll una ll lullnln 1N'l'ilrllbll mu-
urulml alan 1l4-If-vl llu- ll'll1'1' ul F2HlIl1'F5 lllall uns llu-
nfull ul ls-suing Nmuwlluillg mu- luul wmu- lu luum
llrIuf'r'f'.v prflf-lirv' mr' lhfir' lfigl 4'l'r'llI
f'u1'Vyf nu. r'I1rx.s- ul ,.,,
Nlfrillffliml' is l'l'nnl-lilllr','
Il 'l4lf!jrI'IIX hu! lIllf'l'.,
l 1-1' Urn ll'mfl14-fl H1 1
l,lMAXllNll tliv yvariz- sovial vvvrils. as always.
was thc' Coronation of tlic' Saga King and
Queen. Many tense days and weeks of nailing. lu
tlle' whole svliool as well as thv Saga Courl. pri'-
1-vclf-cl the Merit. Thi- sec-ret was rvwalvd in llu-
flrvssing room lmy Holm Rranom. Editor ol tht- Saga
mfr" and Master of Cvrvnionies. All nivmlu-rs of Ilii-
Court were present. After a mornvnl of slrainvrl
silence the Qtivviiis bouquet was lJl'f'FPlllf'fl to Mari-
lyn Small. while tho hearty liandshalu- grin-li In
Harry fl2llllSl'lll' rewalorl lo all that lic' was King.
ln tht- actual 1-Meiiioriy. the 1-ouplvs 1-ntl-rod lic-
lucvn luo stately 4-olumns. at-1-ordingr lo tlu-ir your
in school. First to walk out and lvowx were tht-
Sophomorvs. followed lui' the juniors and. finally.
lwy the Senior maids and their est-orls. 'lio lliv ma-
jestim- strains of 'll'on1p and Cll'l'lllI1SlilIll't'M tlis- King
and Qui-sin slowly made their way to llu- throne.
prere'dc'd by the crown lmeare-r and flower girl. and
followed by the two train lwarvrs, Al tlw fool of
lhe throne the Queen rvveiwd he-r glittering vrown
.rl wlimfri' is I'f'11f'llP!I.'
.tf'Ifr1n1f'l1'1lg1inyf tllllllllllll-W'. II: 1' IIIIPUII nl1rlrt'.v lufr lmzr,
BACK ROW: Mueller, Pollard, Foote, Barnes, Douglass, Bommdrito, Small, Guutsche, Bronom, Collier, Dunkel, Gunkel, Klinqler. MID-
DLE ROW: Polkinqhorne, Leber, Drxchroeden, Thiele. FRONT ROW: Sullens, Sanders, Be-noist, Baxter. CROWN BEARER: Willhoft. TRAIN
BEARERS: Leber, Rode. FLOWER GIRL: Remmert. PAGES: Kolemdris, Borchelt.
Page Ono Hundred Twelve
:IN llu- I1'llIlllp lt,ll1'I'II mul lxing xauwnll-sl ln Illillv'
Illillll llll lllt'll1'N l'1lX2ll1'Hllllll'.
llu- llu'nu- smug. "'l'lu' Nlvrry XX ulmx XX illll.-. :M flu-
Il4'1lIl'1l llu- lllllfll. Ilu- l.uul'l lu-pam In film- un lu llu-
slzuuw- llm-1 lm lll1'lI'il1lilI4llIill l.1llll'l liauu-1-. fxglillll
llu- llu-mv smug nur llSl'1l. uf llu- l?ilf'lxQl'Hllllll musu'
lm- llu- lliIlll'l'. xxlll'Il rlznuwng. ilu- gurls In llu-ll'
l4PIIIIillS ws-nu-ml In zlvlllilllk lll'll-l uluful llu- llmnr.
nlnlv Ilu- lm-lluus III lll4'II' luxe-eluu pl-Mull-ll an rlrik-
Illfg wmlnufl In lulau-lx .nul XXllIl1'. XXlu-u ilu- nu'm-
ln'lN ul llu- lumll llilll l'l'llIl'lll'll lu llll'II' Illill'l'5. llu'
Nmu-I. ll1ll'IIlHllllII'5. mul gnlu Nvilll-l'lIIl Qlllvllll lur-
llu-I l'llll'I'lilllIl'll Ilu- illl4lI1'lll'l'.
-luis. :nul lIIllllll'4'tl ul xauwlf nl 1lI'illH'b lm-nu-ll llu'
Inu-lulu-p uf llu- l,mn'I slzlrh-4lllu'll1-1-1-ssumzll. l,url
ullll1'4'ulIlhl1':- In l!l'QllIl l4'1lXlIlQ xu-1'1-llu- King zuul
Qnu-1-xl. uluv. us Ilu-5 Illilflt' llu-ir lilml lum. llflbllfllll
llu- l'P.r.5 Nigga: l.41l'u1xull1+l1 lu u vluw,
lu lwgiu llu- 1'lIll'I'l.'lllIllll'IIl lmif llrisf-ull sung
ll1-4-mzlliolw in g1l4'l'lI illlll ullilv. uilll s1llll4'l'll1Ql
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l'-up Cm- l'l111ul11Pl'lllxlll--rn
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Must Popular Helqn
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permit us to outline your future with McDonnell Aircraft Corporation.
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L. A. MARLER CO.
SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS
TOM BOY MARKET
8068 PAGE AVE.
I'!'7'S07IllI l,f'Hf'1'.s' Tjl1I6'1U7'1fl671 in Quantity
saw Lawler Drive Goaafeuaw 8449 You me More GI C' TOM BOY SWG
Hey, Fellows ....
It's Smart to Rent Your Tuxedo
For the Prom at
Leonard's Tuxedo Rental
5888 DELMAR DE1mar 9902
TIIICIIIC IS A 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
F011 ALI, STUDENTS
LA VAUGH N'S DRIVE-I N
The most popular name at
N ormnml y H igh School for delicious
Malls - SUIIIIIVIDCIICS - Frozen Cusfarfl - Root liver
3100 Lucas-Hunt Rd. EVergreen 9955
Schuermann's Shell Service
"Sc'rvic'v ls My Business"
7201 Natural Bridge at Lucas-Hunt
GOodfe11ow 7103 Normandy 21, Mo.
MEYER CHEVROLET CO.
NEW and USED CARS and TRUCKS
8345 N. Broadway EVergreen 4444
I. EDWARD GODAT, Ph. G.
6824 MYRON at MAYWOOD
GOodie11ow 4300 St. Louis. Mo.
VBLDA VILLAGE HILLS
Normandy State Bank
The Bank of I"riemlly Servivo
7301 NATURAL BRIDGE RD.
-Member of F. D. 1. C. and Federal Reserve Syslemi
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FERGUSON CLEAN ERS
6707 Page Ave. CAbany 6540
Fine Quality Ice Cream at
JONES ICE CREAM
. . . Plenty of Parking Space
FROZEN FOODS - CHOICE MEATS
HOME BROILED HAMS and VEGETABLES
3835 St. Ann's Lane
International Lighting Mfg. Co.
Normandy High School Graduates
6511 Easton Ave.
.IANTZEN SWIM WEAR
sold exclusively at
MONUMENTS - MARKERS
PLYMOUTH MEMORIALS CO.
7539 St. Charles Rock Road
Arch Stewart CAbany 3604
"You know it's good-
It came from Schmidfsi,
7215 Natural Bridge R. Schmidt
A. fr B. Launderette Cr Cleaning
2 AND 5 DAY SHIRTS FINISHED
6208 Natural Bridge Pine Lawn, Mo.
FREE DELIVERY and PICK-UP an
WESTERN CYCLE SERVICE
4123 Iennings. Road
I5 Blocks North of Natural Bridqel
Vinita Hardware Supply Co.
8114 Page Ave. St. Louis 14. Mo.
Hardware and Building Materials
Calls Made Every Day
5207 Helen Ave. lohn Steckert
St. Louis County's Most Complete Men's Store
S301 EASTON AVE.
WINDOW SHADES - DRAPERY HARDWARE
Jabby Candy C1 Tobacco Co., Inc.
CANDY - GUMS - CRUSHED FRUITS
and FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES
6129 Page Blvd' CAb'mY 2368 4920 Easton Ave. rom: ssss
FIRST CLASS BARBER SERVICE
SEGRAVES BARBER 51-lop LAWRENCE CANVAS PRODUCTS
2803 Maywood Ave. COlfax 0322 .
VHLDA VILLAGE 1524 North isnt si. CEntral me
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Quality Dairy Milk
QU LITY D IRY Co PA Y
, If lt's Concrete New Work
0. Call Us or Repairs
'?ainters' Friend f
'Complete line of highest professional
quality paints and wallpaper.
'Large stocks of distinctive wallpapers
in wide price rariqe . . . plus trained
decorators to solve your decorating
'Plenty of free parkiriq.
'Every day delivery by fleet of Porter
6717 CLAYTON RD. DElmar 8510
J. E. RUTTER
lfslittlailvs l"l'i-4-ly lllVt'll
MUlberry 9187 2210 Lucas-Hunt Road
Prim' One Hundred Twenty lnivt-
FAYETTE R. PLUMB, Inc.
4837 James Street
Philadelphia 37, Pa.
6300 St. Louis Avenue
St. Louis 20. Mo
DEER PARK VACUUM PACK TIN
Contains 45 cookies which will meet the demands of
those who insist on the highest quality, priced for
volume sales. Packed in a vacuum tin, beautifully
lithographed in many colors. An ideal gift, a treat
for unexpected company, a wonderful package to
Vacuum packing protects the cookie's freshness and
crispness at all times.
Deer Park Baking Company
2150 Mullcmphy St. St. Louis 6, Mo.
COVERS and BINDING
TH E I953 SAGA
2705 OLIVE STREET
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Oldest National Bank in St. Louis County A
6205 Easton Avenue
Week Days . . .
Thurs. . . 9:00-2:00 Use Our Friendly
9:00-7:00 Bcmking-by-Mail Service
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JEWELRY - WATCH REPAIRING
PINE LAWN JEWELRY
Pleuxiny YOU l'I4'f1.w's US
FOrest 3900 4933 Delmar Blvd.
LAclede 0440 3473 S. Grand Blvd.
6207 Natural Bridge CO1!ax 3424
HI t urs nf Nf7I1fJ
PERRY TV, Inc.
ELECTRONIC SPECIALISTS SINCE 1926
F 0 R D Motorola Stromberq-Carlson
Guarantee Philco RCA
ill' Sales - Service
Open ,ll I ' fix U.H.l". Converters- and Installations
SUNDAYS MR DL W Q A
Tool T1 5 217 N. Florissant Vlctor 7-5100
' 'J """""""""' """ 3900 Iennings Rd. CO1fax 1033
General Insurance Wlnfield 4770 Courteous Service Free Delivery
John J. Cummings Agency Hqfdwafe
aozo sa. Charles Rock Road Appliances hal' Wife
ST. LOUIS COUNTY 14. MO.
7921 PAGE DE1rnar 0095
GRAHAM MOTORS, Inc.
7196-8 PAGE BLVD.
The Plaee Where 2000 People Cmfl
Phrkview 8570 P1-Xrkview 9707
Quality Cleaning and Pressing
CASH AND CARRY
Hoqer and Totsy Caudell
7518 Florissant Rd. Normandy 21, Mo.
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Congrafulafiong to The Graduafeg and a Parts for All Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaner
. Wrmqer Rolls - Bugs - Etc.
Cordual Welcome to All of You From- -SERVICE FOR ALL MAKES-
STATE BANK Cr TRUST co.
OF WE'-LSTON MUNDELL APPLIANCE
Fred L. Wuest, Presidevzt SALES and SERVICE
6209 EASTON AVE. 6363 EASTON
-MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COl1P.- Ierry Mundell G01-vdiellow 1100
Moos INDUSTRIES, Inc. Nvffh Sf- '-OWS
CONGRATULATES szzs Natural Bridge nd. sf. Louis zo, Mo.
If you need employment, we may have a job open
for which you can qualify. Drop in to see u
lOm' Plant Is Close Io Where You Live! CO' '
6565 WELLS AVE. '
SUPPORT YOUR P.T.A.
WHOSE AIMS ARE:
To promote the welfare of children and youth in home,
school, church and community.
To raise the standards of home life.
To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of
children and youth.
To bring into closer relation the home and the school,
that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently
in the training of the child.
To develop between educators and the general public
such united efforts as will secure for every child the
highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and
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Godat s Super Service Station Three K Dispensing
DI-:NT WORK AND MOTOR TUNE-UP st ' .ig opiicicms
2800 Lucas and Hunt Road Erkers
EVergreen 9697 Normandy 20. Mo. amz:
Real Estate Loan Er Investment Co.
R I: A L 'I' O R s
IL. Wm. Gerling Realty Co.l
3719 IENNINGS RD. PINE LAWN. Mo.
DETER'S SERVICE STATION
Phillips 66 Products
1640 Lucas-Hunt Rd. EVergreen 9346
COlfax 4788 6907 Myron Ave.
sr. LOUIS zo. MO.
PORCH RAIL COLUMNS SIAIR RAIL
Pre-Kut Ornamental Iron, Inc.
6309 Natural Bridge
MAIL BOX STANDS LAMP POSTS
CROWN REALTY CO.
Tops Them All-Ways
3721 Iennings Road lat Natural Bridgel
Chicago Theatrical Shoe Co.
537 Arcade Bldg. Mhin 0298
CORDES ELECTRIC CO.
TELEVISION - RADIOS - WASHERS
Always a Better Deal
EVergreen 1606-07 5253 Natural Bridge
St. Louis Band Instrument Co., Inc.
918 OLIVE s'r. cnnuql 1618
7526 FLORISSANT RD.
Josephine Meyers House of Gifts
LAMPS - BRICAA-BRAC - DRESDEN - ANTIQUES
COSTUME IEWELRY - NOVELTIES
7303 Natural Bridge Rd.
MELTON'S l.G.A. MARKET
"Choice Meats and Vegetables"
Ollie G. Leslie Upholstering Co.
EVergreen 9355 5907 Lillian 1479 Hodiamont Ave.
SHOP AT - ' - DE PAREE BEAUTY SALON
N A B B I S M A R K E T Hai1'Sfyling by Mr. Weber and Staff
Pasadena Evergreen Evefqleen FIOISSBCIIIL .Rd.
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E. E. SOUTHER IRON CO.
SHEET METAL PRODUCTS
WARM AIR HEATING EQUIPMENT
ALLIED BUILDING SUPPLIES
LEE 1. Hamas 1952 Kienlen Ave.
Prollden! St. Louis 20, Mo.
E. A. HORSTMEYER
ll YEARS SICIIVICIC
5938 EASTON AVE. 7246 NATURAL BRIDGE
MUlberry 2729 Flreside 3063
D e c o r a t o r s
4504 Minnesota 4409 Nelson Dr.
HU. 6109 MU. 2779
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Allhoff Brothers, Inc. THE CWCKEN COTTAGE
wk Chicken - Shrimp - Bar-BQ
2705 Kienlen Ave. CO1iax 1000
6676 Easton Ave. St. Louis. Mo. PINE LAWN' MISSOURI
Headquarters for Men's Sportswear
SLACKS and FURNISHINGS
rescnp ion ruggis
wg L. KQHRUMEL, prep,
seas EASTON AVE. 'lass MANCHESTER AVE. Registered phmmms, 42 Yam
2740 CHEROKEE ST. 718 WASHINGTON AVE.
714 OLIVE ST. 7216 St. Charles Rd. CAbany 3096-9404
R Established 24 Years MU1berry 8131
E L - D E
General Auiornoiive Service Ready-to-Wear - Dry Goods - Shoes
Evergreen 9392 zsza Kienlen Ave. 40221ennn1qS Rd- Pine Lawn
For the Best in Furniture See
SUN AUTO STORES, Inc.
AUTO PARTS, APPLIANCES AND HOUSE PAINTS
Open Monday. Wednesday and Friday
Roeedgle 7223 620-24 N. Euclid 0045 Easm Ave' Evemenn 0052
"For the Rest of Your Life"
CAN DRL'S FOOD SHOP
Quality Meats, Groceries and Veqetobles
0709 Mnnnln Plne Lawn 20' Mn' 9110 Natural Bridge wgbgeh 7268
I. and Lillian O'Sullivon WE DELIVER
Colm 4404 Evergreen 9695
u Radiators Pine Lawn Hdw. 6' Appliance Co.
Boiled Out and Repaired TONY FUCHS President
1. H. GLASER dr SON 6305 Natural Bridge 6231-33 Naiural Bridge
W b h 7148
ALBERT'S - 5988 EASTON G as
2ND FLOOR FASHION CENTER Vinita Auto Service G Sales
. GENERAL REPAIRS
IOHN I-IEGINBOTHAM, Prop.
Clothes for Warnell Who Care 8200 PAGE AVE VINITA PARK Mo-
Free GM' Wmppmq A. KILPATRICK SONS FOUNDRY
6163 Natural Bridge MUlberry 4985
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Model Printing 84 Stationery Co.
Dllllberry 2490 - 2481
DID YOU KNOW
'-f --, The best dressed couples
rent their Tux ond buy
their Formuls from
. , T A 1 Castelli Tuxedo Rental
Special Discount lor Students
SANTI PAUL CASTELLI BART I. CASTELLI
1153-55 N. Kinqshaghway
YOU WANT QUICK ACTION?
I5 YF'fll'S Sucr'es.sfu.l Selling
58 SALES PERSONS
BACH REALTY CO.
Open Evenings and Sundays
DE SOTO - PLYMOUTH
O'Leary-McClintock Motor Co.
PARTS- SALES- SERVICE
GOodiellow 9850 6300 Wells Ave.
Alllllunli Zleuielrg lliumpnng
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Specialists in Hair Dyeing
Ermcx Dick 8105 PAGE
WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR F IENDS
6171 NATURAL BRIDGE EV.5ooo
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Literary Editor . .
Managing Editor .
Art Editor .
Seniors Editor .
Classes Editor . .
Asst. Classes Editor .
Boys, Sports Editor . .
Asst. Boys, Sports Editor
Girls, Sports Editor . .
Organizations Editor .
Asst. Organizations Editor
School Life Editor . .
Asst. School Life Editor
. ,ludy Bensiek
. .leanne Creve
. Don Klingler
. Marion Hoesli
, Carola Utsch
. A Mel Volmer
. Larry Marler
. . Rose J ones
. Marlene Balch
. . Janet Vie
,lane Ann Barkau
Mary Anne Mathews
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