Normandy High School - Saga Yearbook (Normandy, MO)

 - Class of 1957

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The Board ot Education devised policies with that aim constantly before it. glclucalom Jfreii Then the Aozzrix-.1strc:t1o:', :arxea out if p'i..is with that motive 1:1 Itlind. Although the administrators did :ici work a1rectly with the pupils, they supervised the principals and teachers. The superintendent and his assistants, there- fore, constantly stressed the above cplective. Mr. Barnes said, "l hope that each studerit will secure his education in a happy but worthwhile way, with more emphasis being placed on cbtairiing a high school diploma." Later, Mr. Bleclcschinidt stated, "Since the administration tries to protect the interests and welfare ot the youngster, its main goal has been to provide the proper education tor the student." Then Mr. Sheehan quoted, "Anything that the administration has done was meant to be tor the improvement and instruction ot the pupil. I hope that the young people who at- tend school will get an improved sense of value and will better recognize the importance ot a good education." 1: -:.'g"3---1g1,--- 5- .1 - iv - D f e ua ue of eclucafion T THE Senior High School, the officials subscribed wholeheartedly to the stated philosophy of the district. They realized, how- ever, that at the secondary level pupils need more specialization than do those in the ele- mentary schools. Mr. Potter, the principal, wanted to make the high school one of the best. He stated "While striving to maintain the academic standards necessary for college, the high school must provide terminal education for those who wish to work after graduation. I am proud of the accomplishments made and of the high standards required." Mr. Bergmann, the assistant principal, had the duty of disciplining the pupils. He Said, "Self discipline is best. Students should be taught sell control so that they can Success- fully handle all situations. This can be learned in the Senior school." Mr. Blitz, of the Guidance office, tried to treat the students as individuals. Each was C. E. POTTER, B.S., M.A. Przncipgl Senior High School urged to seek advice from his counselor in planning a program that would lit his particf ular needs, interests, and abilities. Mr. Blitz explained, "This office will serve best when the pupil comes of his own volition rather than by teacher assignment." MORRIS BLITZ, A.B., M.A. Director of Gu1d'rnce Nornvrndy School District WALTER C. BERGMANN, A.B., M.E. Assistant Principal Senior High School Page Nine I1 QC C FIRQT ROW Cm t QPL ze VICK U"QC!0l"5 CLl'lflCll0Cll8 H88 if 0 liftfllff CRMANDY wee eerie chy fcrumote m hcxvmq Q1 Beard ct Educcxtmh whcqe men her lc f P hmmrq h meet m thcdq of tw ee uv h r cet r tretqde IF modem edp ctlc Th lr wc C PTOVIOG the beet 5 heh D fer t hey :wo qu R 0 thc Gtetrtct Reuhzmu th mv n 1 r Y Board therefore QPQDT the T19 eeqory tuvtoe provtde bUlld1UQS that woutd 'nee' the h edu of GH the pumls Behevmq that safe 'ost trams Crtcmch Ct DUDIIS to cmd trf 11 Qcheol mae eesehtt I they erected fm efftct ut hue QY tem e Tr ner I C ION Depart ttfrt Sufcevtt ty Y' G dre Q of Lh1ldr It tr mt I 3 H h S heck r 'jg Q H111 V' X G f .L 2 Q t F 1 SECCXI' "CW: Rfsehzreeh, Alllsfrx , hm1't. . ': - :lf .Cul , . cxzrt. 0 o 0 K an g ' ' Av 1. ACI if Y Y , , - V Cx- .. 'J tc X 'N K , , . tx U 5 helhted in CV: Q' A , t e ' - - , 1 1 . , A G A A t . 1 T ,K A A - . 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Clfeflf OPQCLHLZCL tl0l'lJ HE CHIEF ourcose of the Parent Teachers Assoc1at1orr was to ard the school m every possrhle way Beltevma that parents teachers and ouptls have roblems ommort h cfftcers plamued rroarams whtch mcluded stud rrts and adults Panel drscussrons mter reted the school exrl med the program and pres med toptcs ct mt rest to all As a spectal rro1 ct the arctr arve a s holarshr to ah D A was a t therefore t a orcp s at it 5lfLl0l00l"l tAQ JC 00 HE MQTHERS CLUB s ooo J r ready tc assrst wherev r ll was heeded Orqarttza trorrs classes and soortsors lc ew hat they could count on the mothers Mrs Korman ard the offrcers plafmed many wcrthwhrle oro qrams Durmq the year they succ ssfully carrled out several fund ratsma mpatarrs The money was qwerr tr the Saqa h Courler art other aromas to help cl tr ry th cost ct th Mothers Clur crovtded r r ftcr cmd re tr shmems for th r emoers w 5 V , L V x Q. '. 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BIIIEWELI., Bs., M A Typ 11147, SILC-1121 :nd 'Auf An MCA' EVM Y E11qI1sI1 5, 6 WILLIAM CHRISTIAN, A.B,, M.A. FRANCES ERE1'.'INGTCf'I, EF. CII :11111111 M 115911111165 :EF'IT"'f'I' LOUIS IXEALI., A.E. World H1s1i:y, S ze: P11311 Ggqmggyy, Ajqgbv- 4 PIIYSICF, M'1'I1e11.1!1Cs PuI:11C1T1Cr1S, Qgzll :1,:i S 1.11 'Imqcxcrietry' SC11 :1ff'? :nd R.1d1: Club ELEAFJCR ICUSLASS, ES. frail Physzfil E:iL1CZt::r gif. HM A mv EEUU. VNHTME Ifiuciis- gms" Hair: P. 1Ur:13AR, AE, -IA FHM' ::,RFER. . E.-, ,. F ,xv nnuuzzuu ann nigga ,aa Y' I I A M ,, f ,va , MQW., Q ff"z..f" f-U QZM 9, 4 ,,,, 1 . ,vvwar 'Se-rfxghzy IQMPJMQ fAQ fo A001114 Ferguszn "- f- vw 'E If , F ,1 'Nr-ll J...,E., JJ.. 01,8 RUBY FARMER, ES., ME. MARTHA IANE FERGUSCYI, B S, Ezzkk- fg.1:.g, Clpuril Pr mir? S'N1IHY1'.11'1Zf, Hezlfh, Cigna! 535112. zz. Tygmwq, Trezsurer P T.A. Guls' Spzrts 'HARHQF FRIQEIS, A.B, M A., TAB..-x ROSE GEIRAGHTY, A E, PA.A. 'J F H11' IT. 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I.IQ'vN'IflT1lR Y-f A U 5 'lid Hjfff' i3Ht:1.s1T1rs1::f ' uf:-:fs A iz rx :- K g' 57 ri? Y-"Z ."::'x1Q A141 n':11":: "'g11"1:' ..1'i . Cin: 11 VP I 7' 1' wlfr-J r.1Ass1m: 1::r,1zHAHq , hs' 2.1 A .-,wwf Y fimm. MAAF, GRA1 UATL 1I?'UfT. ANN A, 51 ,14 W Y: f Amt zz. blk, lk! xf'1:.-: A T 1.1: k it. vlkfflfy ' MITHKIZI, frfl F. A L1 r f H P ' A W.. fi r MARY E MAYHALL, 2,1 , IH, 1:1 F.,Am,, ,i IWW .1 E:.:gQ15'?. E, , Q,'.xr.s'Q 'y 5- 3 Q ,I 1 I: ,, T r V f ' 'I Tr: H1-Y S3 "'i1..l. ffflffg .5-.E E..3..Q fTH1.YflE PHELPS AE, A-5, T1 F' ' i K :1 :gg .7:.g""f::.',f:.T .45'1I, .Vf..:,. 'x XX. ig H Rf f. -Y Q T113 Fl'-. l 2616, C G fl Q 7 all l"0lfU6ll" 5 EMU. H, ROHLFS, BS, iff Coq erxtlvff OCi'ugx1t1cr.:A EU TQ.O.E Limb, Samir Swwzrxg C Chcxurxxin Sempz ::.:a MARY IANE SHEEI-IAPS, A E HA Typmq, BcckkQep1nq, C1EflCZi MARY STILL, fzurri JIISIT., Ccuzlw Cf,-Sgfgnsil Qulll :nk Edltiz TJ,::t.1r.fiy F P GRACE ffTRE',fKE.R A ii, f. Pl :nf zr.:i Sqlzm fl, rf , A. 1' rar: 1, 3, A',f1'J1'Q', :. : IAMES E. 'w'fESTE'jRY, Vizrld ind U S Afsxstf' 'J zrsxty Fitz' SQ1Z.ElY LS? JLLHEH 'JIILECITIF-Qfl Q Ezfzlifi F: '- 'v'EIHfJC,fJ ','.'ITlTE.F L Y. .1.:1f',' Fljh :,. I. ., v ,. .WW Q :xt ELAKQHE '.'.'CQl A 2 1 .f LJ--'gr-f,f,,.,.: ",, FHL? "ft-rx: 3- Lxlril-.:, S IQQCICLEJLS l0l"0Ul Q QZf5Ql1flCl JUPUICQ5 le LC6lfL0l'l ERVING Norm ay for mor than twenty hve years the Chatrman f th P h y D 1C a 1 Educat on Department ha earned an outstanamq record for 1'11mse1t and for the school throughout Sr Louts County As coach of many of the boys ath1 uc teams hts oatr noe and understandlnq have been re spected by every 1nd1v1dua1 on the Normandy Campus Acknowledqmq a11 of hrs a h1evements we the 1957 Saga Staff respectfu11y dedtcate thrs the thtrty fourth edltton to M Arthur T Shrpherd 171 ,mu 3 3r,,,rp,f 4 Jrmg. I r fn m -- riff! -. -I z'j A' . Q -.. I fx.. . 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W fx V rx , L Q,v1,.y7,j Lino, K f A A X 1017 NJ? vii? VWTV x KX - Q1 .1 A , 4, B4 A fry P7 27? ,N 1 V3 H L .4 v, QT' N .4 ,.4v i :.?.' . lf :fl k lvlr'l.il11 I Sopkomored ' 7 RESIDENT Wes Faser led the Sophomore class through an interesting, profitable year. Vice-president lna Gaines, Secretary loyce Leasclc, and Treasurer lim McLaughlin capably assisted him. lanet Steinheimer and lohn Benner served on the Student Disci- pline Committee. The officers were elected from two parties the S.A.S.S. and Digget as well as Independents after a long week cf vigorous campaigning. In English class. Tom cmd Carol become skillful in The incessant clanging of bells in all the buildings announced the beginning of classes. Using the programs they made out last spring, everyone took the required courses of English, Gym, and World History. For a Sophomores tried to find room to learn their schedules. This period of adjustment, and they few days the numbers and was a short soon became accustomed to new teachers, new subjects. and new friends. uszng the dictionary, To check homework. Jean constructs a geometry proof Ii H: gli 1hLl.f'f ff."" "9'2, 'REQ' -- --fl 3 kmfyin -fv n vL f..., ---L. -..A .,. - .. .-. ffQ-.-V ,.4..j. Breldgy '.'.":e che 25 5,Effl'.'-13 'QL - ,,.,,,,-, , , , ,.,. ...gun X '.-.fhere 'hey :':1c:de : :rfj ihe1r Chvrafptege Gizrderr where rgey T,,"IY1TS. ,. .nf Ti, ., gf, Arrcther fiflcrgfe e.e,...e ,. ...e , .. 'Mrs Pifrrre Georrrf-try f -...,.,.,-- f. .ri , , Merrrcrizirmg 'ZXIVIIJE . A xffff -Q -, v, .T r,,,,3f.. -, . HX fv- WA.-- -. . A.- M.. .r ,- , ', . . Q' ,Q ,lffl J A." ,, Un uf,,Y,f,' fr ru.. f - .:,..r.f:.1 ,. ..J.!vf: V , - 'he href eterpp rhrs 1f,..',vJefr my gfgvizy' fhgcfms img Sglymq ,NIQQIIDE flf fglj kiylqg Worlqiny with microscopes. Sophomores obtain mzszrerx to biology que.wIim1.w, Other courses such Us sharp, horrre eau H rzcrhrcs, drivers' trfrirrixq, phctcqrzphy, rrierh- rc rgrahy. Boys wh: rock phcfiqrophy hecc irrricml drawing, Spar T' I' HY . ..r, wvgfc, P'i':. '.'1:1y ..: Zi, F :Inf 'f:'F'f., 'Q' , 11: 1 rr. Rc'.'.'. I::.1-1, Eff V ' PI'.rtzk',' H ff ':g1 :. .Z 1 ' 11, AV: '21 :.' " : P W' f-f Pi.'.'.' :Q '.-, P :.fr -'::.: 5 zyrze, V' :vJf'ri,xQh711' F1. 1 - ' "X: ::r.'g::.z 15:- J Tl, -"fri ' Vrf rush, Qrrrd Lutirr crppe rr bbw X gf 7. A ded the phctoqrophers for the Sugar cmd Cp, iw ,K A M SJ , gif 1 K JN!! KT . Url, .xgcguafing fo camloufi L e 1 , ,lv-152 ' 1 va' " 0 .Iv f 5' . 1-, 1 'f x fn r g 4 , N K VV' .N V :Q Y 1, if .' 5' . , , 'ff ' ' kv,-1' .9 i'..: a-' - as , um' FN L 1 X 'iii 49747 7.6 1 91 Q. Q. w 1 ' r 'K K ' 'hw' j2,11A , XJ,-'Ur F wp VSV XQQ 9,60 i?yf cg in -51 YA, I w 1 wi." 1111 I erae 3 :,',' 31 elf - - ra em accelof refilyonaigigfied an enjoy .Cr early X ..e3r.ee3i:y :pirrgigs e, mea, 'i'.'e..-1r,.:ri.ec XX A eixfere. The begin A15 szjxixre daieers ' 'ere N - X 2 izfzde pp largely 31 'erfh-qrizders rerf ferrred ar the Qiristrxas C225-eff aid fbe May Pete. The ibcral -:sie arcrgpe tbat appealed 'L ::rar.y 1.grderC1aes::1er. rrcfgded: Mrxed Chorus, Bcye' Chorus, Cbcraletfes, ard the Node' These grbups fi by Mrs. Helerr Ball arrd Mr Arthur Kerrrret I',YC'JTfifld befruiiful rriusxe ff, tbe Chrrsirras rireqrarr., the May Fefe, HUG the Ncrrrrarrdy Music Association concerts. Irr' strurreritally the orchestra, Ted by Mr. Tear, Rayburn, added rrrucb tr, these programs. The band, led by Mr. Herbert Duncan, marched at every football game and pe-rforrrred dt many TWT' .. 5' Frzfir.. . I'-In ' ..,, .. .. ., rr , r ... "+A -rv ' Y 1. r.11irr5 As Phil points to interesting places. history be COMICS meaningful to Cathy and Terry. Qi ROV! Pix: TE. rg P1 1' Ffgg Hlmir. '.'.T r ECTTQYJ Pi' .-RQ., :., Fr: z':f, . F :r2H- V, :rr r E, Ltk,-z F. si T" C x 1 r :gi :J xv' the unfvv I.z.y ,. A,J1.,. UH , vp vvvlklnq f-nv, , , f- 1-gg 3 I r U A I .I A G urfeunn L brfvg V -xQy ruff- M TF? bcys': llfull AQ? OIYL5. J TU: EU-.Z DLI' .t H, Y, ., , Q. U1 kfr, F.f'f:f, .:f"" H. YKUNVQ '.'.":"?, H':Ql Vqvvxcfv llnfofv, 7 ?f:,1rr. ECTTCTA RC flzihii, Lie XE, Hlll, F,ZZ1f- 1'..,,L-A 'YZF F'fQ'.'.': C11 1: .-ug, I-', F1111 Tfyirrrr., :'x:"Z1, E111 I Ill Rf'2'.'.': Iwrm 4:r:', fn- :11:::' rf, Alix: iw rr., Fryzrrt, Rrggy, '.'.' 111- :1 PCTTOM ROM' Kr'-kfffr, '.'.'iStr1"h, "'1 k F" Q 1 .. r, , .,".:r1V'fZ Lxrzd r ZS, RC The frrst dune Dance qrverr by the Sophomores e Cf rhe yeaxr was II Welccnie The :Host popular bays :md The Student Ccuncrl. Qffreiully tendcms 10 the Saga Queen U33 were recerved into the school , ,ft f f d more girls homered the monarch oy cr Q1 0 ree so os. , de d W. Aft, zz I2 Ofgfg rr Icme Luekmq, C1 Scrthericre, was rrrrde Belle me m Cmccq Cr ' I Y of the Becrux Arts Bull. This put Q: feather 111 SO2hOfHOfeS QQXQQVY A5356 fu" fhe cap cf 1111 the Sephczrzeres. years ut Nerrrzuzzdy. U ' "-2 'T 5: :1 ty-Frye wav in E sf A V, , L .,. x, , Xi -, .. ,N uniom - I9 7 GCN AFTER the beginning of the new semester, the Iuniors elected their leoders tor the coming school yeor. President Bolo Polk- inqhorne goroved his leodership Cxloility throuqh- out the yeor os did the other officers who were ds, follows: S cr ri d ro Frieze, vice-president Nancy Weill, seoretoryg lohri DeVcuton, treos urerp Bgrrlftro Gunkel and lohn Wuriderlioh, student discipline Conirizittee members. Mrs, Stoddard girex ri detailed demonstration of thc' furzdammitals of seirirzg. The officers were elected from severol dif ferent jcorties oiter hovinq petitions signed hy gr certoiii number of students. The officers were elected crfter o week of vigorous Coriipcriqniii-3. To end the week tliere wos :iii ossenihlyg eocii party put on cr skit in on effort to eleot its con- didotes. Following the cisseriihly there were two doys of criixioiis woitinq to heor who hzici x-:on the election. Jerry. Richard. and Furl irzlvrisvly IIYIYCII Diclfs ch ixtry cmpcrinzcrit, ' ' r luxiors were Erigf heajuirea :curses Zo Qsh, hefxlfh and Gyn.. Class disaussicrns grid panels 1-.'e.e giver. ir. Ergiisn. The ooh' stgtution Test was giveri for Those that had U:.i'ed Sffztes History. Terri, papers were 1 zfaicr proiest for all who had these two Courses. Boys and Qlfli xr. Gym Classes learned the skills of many games. To add spark to the Course students :hose teams in their Classes and held tournaments in all the sports. A part of the physieal education nrograrrz, swir:.rr.ing was a favorite Class of niost juniors. Even with the hazard of straight hair, the girls enjoyed lQ'ITIilI.Q skills and rules for having fun in water. Iuniors who were taking ioreign languages u.O'f.i'fj.'5Q2f,fe 'ZZZTJSTIphotography' 'hm and Al could he seen conversing with each other. Translating dialogues, memorizing vocahu- In the library students taking Algehra 3 or laries and even playing Spanish Bango, a form of hingo, were the routine in Spanish. lems and Comparing answers with their irierrdf. euekloing Laolerfilzifo agigfied, Solid Geometry could he seen working prolge :frt F- wid-'r.f1isY' ., rr- ',', , 1, , . . 'l AF: zz f yer, l::.::.f kus, RCTTOLZ RCVI: Ezkker, P"1r1-1 H rrtiey, Y fi. ECTS... hon: xx. I .44 QUQl'liA gfd QP5 dC?lfliI"Q l'lQlfU Mokmq models of solid objects was CI big were Cooking cmd sewing. Girls loomed llwi fffffied lm Sclld GQOIVGUY' oft of homemolcinq and olso Created lovoly Almost os popular os the IGHQUCIQQ Courses clothes for lhemselves. Those who had dome m-vrx prc1c'Iic'v ro p0r,f0c't ncfu' rozatinex .for the May Fefe. Instructor Svlzrnricfr tesrx rz student llTfl'C'T'N rc',flc.1'v.w. ....,.,,,,,,m,,.MXM , l A to 192 1101114 e, f xcerfrorrfrlly good work irr rrxokmq their QCHA Chorrristry was fzrrzonq thr- 511l3J'FCfi into-rr 2 y rrr-ents porticipzrted irr CI fashion Show qiverr IurriorS.Stror1Qe odors waited trtrouqh tho hull: ivy the Mothers' Club. Irs students :undo their first 'ry with Chiffliffi. History xludents struggle with the Constitution test, Junior girlx learn to prepare mr ideal mea MDN' 24 .M - X 'fs' ,,-a, f- X Q Nj v i 1 as 3 4 I 'rf 1 'K W1 'H N dfancfarcb, ' --- 'NA 'wx r., I f in gg. 1 'fs Eff 1 .lr . . , E . 4 , r . 1 ' ,A :'- .1 ' Q' If. P'f.'.' P! :. . A ,:f,. :,.!, u vt I . ri. .. gi, M 'I nr yggaw .Am The Boys' Charms, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, :trd f,,r11,ri,:.eTT',rs pgxrtrfjrrliltefl. The fcztrufzli T5-axzz. hfrd fl secrsorr whrth thrrllffd everykif dy 2:2 the Nirrhczxdy Ccmipus. Gthi-r glriartfs The rmyg pf1rtr':ig3f4Ie-d rrr I,11Sk9fkfT1ll Trfzilc fL'1S?CFlh sw1Yr1r'r1i:.q, Wres- Tlzrrq tflrrzrrs, grrrd Jmlf. H4-Turrrrrzq 1QTfQII!.fe'Il H193 h+rr h :Vi-ist ' ffifgj "h':':rrrf,:.shLr1s 'f N,r.r.':rrdy. tirfrr 'z init? 1,1 h+Qfi ig: .r. qraarls. The Lrg CKIILC5: Cf the yecrr and Eh-2 'hrrll i Qvezy jurug, the hrrgxr-Ser.1',r Prizti. Ecxch Cjlfl wizs rx QLl5?I. in her Qwrr sre' " .I xy. Try' F :ra-.H ' fb nr V- ,.'.1Jf.f Q1 Qfhgf, ' the -5.4 . YV nr Q- l , Rivlr shows his design for cr house lo Bo cl Arrin. Q, ieue cuorfluulzid foa 5, . . , . - , . .. ' Ixf'."",'Lf t Lff ': Qtr- 1I1.QI9SSl-f. ,i The 111,11 M , the vfeiexii Dizy Assembly. The iz' "Helens 'big Zhi: .' 'xfze the 'Pmyer fir ?e':"e' whrpli ehevfeel kit-.' , 'ierftgl g'ei'te '.-.'ir.,1fz ee. Pep ':eser:3:Q.e.' Cculd be heard UH ever the Curipus Us the feitzte 1-:fre cheered Ci iz viiiery, Per The fgr ttme we wort the Vffxqcrt 'ffheel the trizdtttxrtul eytzttfct for '.-Jhiffh NLr::.f::.fiy 'zrtfi :21fi'f.CLlX 'x wwyfs brittle on Thurtkzsqivirtq Day. Kttcwirtfg they ffrtly End one more yeitr 'tt Normfmrly, the Imtimr ffftss did everything fmt thetr school they could. Indeed, the Ittmzr Class was rx vitctl and inteqraxl part Ct ectzh cmd every activity. 7 to 5? 1 , . I I r T4 TQP5 Rff.".': f:1. ',' 1371, Q::.ztft, LT, 57 'tt :..::. 1:. ::.t It 'FQ t': II. I.TIl1I.iQ H Cn 'fft ., F :t't, F1:,1T?, Ifwfri -3 I .rr 1: 'V E.J-Tj- .. " ' r ' K fx I ' L 'U' 'Qi "4 dw.. A Q 5' is xi' . -7 1. iif'.11QQ2., rf.. 1Eifj.'Z. 1 ,A P. -. H 11, W" - v 'z. A 'f 1 , 'fm ' F' ,-'. , ' . 1' .3 , 1 114123 .155 Vi if eniom - I9 7 llfll. 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Q3 I JA! , 63? 2 ' ' Yi livin U1 Kr. .ni ffffl :W f cvic luenqer Kduimdnn ilier Knirr Kcester Q in l'l'lCl,l'lg 0l"gCLl'llZCL cond, IEAN IOVAIJCWC: rfzted typing is tdvcrite subieitq wus ': Yiiillllfi Li Sig: zinfl Cc,-cperdtive Ofcxxpciticniil Educuticng future pldns undecided. IEFIRY IUENGEK en- Jcyed iczklcef'-ring 1:n:l rnusicy liked tc play tennis and E,":slcefE,:ll: Eepnged fc Mixed Chorus, Boys' Chorus, Hi-Y, :nd Lett-errrzzns Ciubg plans included College. IOYCE KAUFMANFJ: zzvzra-cl Senier M :tri :nd shorthand: enjoyed sf".-find in Uisure tirrify 5 xrfifipztefl in Bible Club and Tri-Hi-Y: futurf glins inrludwd infzrriciqe. lOE KlEEEl3.Z rfznked Ccfgr-er :tive Orcupniticnfil Education und qcvern- rnentg '.-:crlced cn rfqrs in spare tirney was fi mernlcer of Cccper':'ivc C-Tuyizticnil EduC":tif:nq wanted tc: be C1 diesel rneeizznii CHARLES KIEENEH: "Chas" preferred Iulutn :nd e'incrr1i': genfgrnizyg Ceiiected stwmps und Heins: S in: in Mixed Cnorusg wciild enlist in Service zznd liter ittenfl St. Lcuis Univf-rsity. IOHN KLOEPPER: "Klcp" fl'-"fed mf' '11:ni':2 ind fzrnliitefturvl drfrwinqg ltuilt mcdels IH leisure finf' rffcnged in Hi'Y, Mixed Chorus, Fcctbfxll, ind Triik' 5 enrcll in the Misscuri Sfnccl ci Mines. GARY KFJAMILLEF: "Kn':" selected English Litemture :nd rrxysrsz 5 1r1x'ig :ted in lli'Y, Ecys' Chorus, Letter- zn zn's Cixii, V zzsity Sparts, 'ind Honor Sfcif-tyy wizs Fzfsixlfnf 'f Sirifnt Cf,urif'il :nd Hi'Y, Cn-Cfzptiin ef Ezseiezllg giznrifd fi 'zttenil flleje. PlClslARD KNARF-Z :,:'.'2:ed 'zlgeiiru find Jenfenzgzcr try problems: liked '-vCTlC- ing Cn fits 'zrd zgzng iunfinqp wus 'z rnernber cf Archery ,znd fffixed Cirrus: '.-:culd attend the University cf Misscuri, MARY KOESTEE: rifed ?cnter1ir'cr':ry prcblems find Senicr hcrnetri zkinf: is fxvsrite syiryfeftsf enicyed dll sports espe, 'izlly tennis :ni s'.-:iriiniinfgy '.-."znte:i tc lee-'crne 1 hock- Lzffrer. f.fAFf':' ELLEN KF'TAELlN1 rznked l'E19lTl1SlYY iznd tvzintz is f :ries x-:gs 1 rrxerriier Cf Crthestr 1, Exile fy- Epvy-Tlirf -. Kiefer Kleiner Zlzfg. .e Krdblin Kr':rr.er :Lx Club, Mixed Cncrus, Girls' Cnczus, :nfl Tzilii-Yy ' qc into Nurses Trfzininq zt St. Lukfs Sfmzl cf l'I,1:s1r1:. 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PATRICIA M:- zzy mfi fyg.1n'gg 5,:rfif'ig,11f-fi in Elf- ffoirif-r, 'ind Oronffsisy Pf.5.'THi'IIA IJIPGHEF: iikfd Unifel -'i ff, 'i'ziifiY, Girls' Cixorus, 'md nfi 'milf-'gf-, fANE MHHANEY: en if z., sgiy-'itsg Took 5,111 in Hind, ls' ffzqrys, :nd Siilfifilf Counoilg Drory College, RUTH MPINTYRE: rimrf-7 i,f-ioriqed To Crefitive VVriterS' D1 zrnix, Nonot, CilCY'1if?iif,'Sl Mixed :wi Quill :nfl Sorolly would enter ' isE.1n'qtf n University. CONSTANCE giyf-d English 'ind history: took TriHiY, Drama, Honor Society, zs Senior Editor of the Suqay fiitifzl sfienoe at VJ'1shinr:1on Uni- M xttox iV1fBIId? . ii, I.. "Ir.ty1-V Mvl. mf: Mwsdn viy Ilimciy Moor:-, B. Moore M M nr 1 -7 025' X L- F A. f I . , uQ,'f M i aitflt, .J .4 4' 9 ' 'W' . 51,3 ff 1 11, ,if 4 . ff 1 Aff, 1' f 5?f15,! .5 T Q-pw -I esp Sim I.I11111 11. 'ir-,'r1 VJ11 111- 1 N'I'1-, fit-.'111:1, P. 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ROBERT SCHAEEER: "Bob" liked Trig best of '1ll, collected foreign St-'inips cis K1 hobby, 1,1Iili'If,IlCj in tht- I'I1Y, Boys' Clicrus, ind LGIIEYYTICIHIS Clulg, is Fllllllll Of the Bislcetltlll Tenim, hoped to fittend allege, DAVID SCIIAUB: chosf, English cmd history is fivorites, wus on thf- Doluitrf Team, in the Drumtr Club, 11nd in OUT TOUWIJ won 11 NROTC SCIIOIUTSIIIPJ, IANET SCHMIDT: "Inn" liked con- temporary problems most, wds 11 member of Cliordlettes, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, find Tri-Hi-Y, wanted to become cr florul designer, RAYMOND SCI-IMIDT: "Ray" elected United Stfrtes History cts his best liked subject, enjoyed working on automobiles, took port in I-Ii-Y rind LGIIGYIUKIDIS Club, wtrs tri captain of the Swimming Team, hdd mczde no definite choice of cz college. WENDY SCHIVIIDT: preferred Eco- nomic Geography, drt, und English, grew flowers cis LI hobby, was d member of the Art Society, Hockey Tetim dnd Volleyball Tecim, wdnted to become :in illustr11tor1 VIRGINIA SCHMUTZ: preferred ddnoe and Senior Home- mdking, collected picture post odrds os il hobby, be- longed to the Senior TrifI'Ii-'1' ond the Pep Club, plxrnned to work in otn office alter grddudtion, ARTHUR SCH- ROEDER: "Art" selected psychology dnd contemporary problems, hunted and fished in extrfi time, took ri rrt in Hi-Y, would enter the lzw school til the University of Missouri. DORIS SCHROEDEIT: enioyed tyying .znd olfice machines more than :ny othersg intended to ltecorne .1 receptionist for ci doctor, DORQTIIY SCIIUCHMAN3 "Dirt" preferred English and psychology fzbovq others, keg! 1 soicipbook of dll 111521 srhool 1-rtivities, 1'-1Il1'If :ted in the Student Council, '.-ms Assishmt Advc-rtising I-5:11 rider on the Courier St :ff :nd Cizirzl :in of the Senior T:1Hi'Y, '.-:ould Join the I,'.'1131VES. OWEN SEATON: like-gi Enzlisl. I..1lf-T.1l'.lIf? most of ill' is in tltw- Virestliriz 1111i T1 :vit Tc- irns ind in thf l."'flf'YIII III s Cltilg w :s " ':g t :111 ff tin- I"cr,tl,11ll Tcfzzn, 4.-:Hilti '1.1'll i:1 llnztirl- lIlII'v"IS1'1J, BETTY SEILEH: Ill'! ll' 'nt 111 xkinz :s : f 1 Ili- suly -1, hla'-tl to trick III Q 113.192 ry 111:13 ns : 1 fl C: cr or rtlvr C ' ' .5 ifiin rl E1i11':ti' 11- 1,315 5 .1tg11f- werf- undm-'Vi'-Q ",QF,"J7. f'Pi.'flfJOlIg -1 , ,zur 1111 most cf :ll 5 . '1 s.: , f-syffixlly 2.5 s 1::11.:- Q' '.-111111111111 111'lt:.- 1 X zni ..li ' or ufiefuf cifizend DORDTHA SHELTOII: 'Dctie' eniiyed all kinds if 1. stty' .gked 1: sez-.' in leisure hours, belonged to the Qrzge Clue sgugre dining group and girls' tennis, plans ,fe future '.-:ere unde:iied. LA'J.'RENCE SHLES: 'll-CYYYV . ,red English, Biology, gnd Trig, played the piano and six' ei riefeorzlogyy sang in the Mixed Chorus, wgs Art Edzfcr :J Sig: gnd Treasurer of Creative 'Writers' Club: glinned 1: enroil in 'Washington University. RICHARD SICKEIIDICK: liked grt most of all, worked on Zgrs in srzre time, was 'i member of the Hi-Y and Cooperative O"',,,':t1on':i Education, would gc into business. DALE CIGIJIIF-ID: elefftecl conternporgry problems gnd English Litffrztureq liked tr, swim und to plzry golf, pgrtioipizted an lfif: Swirnrning Term 'ind the Senior Steering Commit' tr-fr, wus Photcgr'ir-hy Editor oi the Saga, and vice- ,if-sidffrit ct the Letterrn'1n's Club, would study law gt me University ct Missouri, ROSEMARIE SIPOLE: "Rosie" preferred typing and chorus, liked to go bowling and S'-'JlIIl1'Illl'lQj sang in the Mixed Chorus, planned to ao to V1 business school. CLIFFORD SMITH: Selected chemistry 'ind history as favorites, enjoyed all sports, took part in Letterman's Club, the I'IiY, the Tennis Team, and the Student Council, would attend 'Nashburn College, CRAIG SMITH: liked history, chemistry, and physics, collected stamps, participated on the Football and Track Teams, Boys' Chorus, and the Mixed Chorus, was a Boys' Sports Editcr of the Sagz, won an appointment to Annapolis. FLOYD SMITH: enjoyed math and science most ot all, took ,wrt in the I'liAY and the Football Team, hoped to 'ittf-nd the Missouri School oi Mines. ROGER SMITI-I: pre- Ierrf-d Gym above other subrects, went hunting and fish- ing, would enlist in the Navy alter graduation. SANDRA SOLLIS: "Sandy" elected the course in Co-operative Occu- ,iticn il Education for a favorite, collected zinc pennies, r.-ms 'i rnemlper rut the Senior Tri-l'Ii'Y, planned to WOrk for tire government, SALLY SPEHR: "Sal" favored English :nd d znceg liked to ao ice-skating, belonged to the Tri- Ili Y :nd Co crfferitive Occupational Education, wanted to lfcorne 1 receptionist. IANUS SPILKER: "Ian" liked Eng- lish 'ind sociology luetfer thfm other subjects, took part in Orchesis, Cro Vive VVriters' Club, Mixed Chorus, Choral- fttt s, fine Ncrifft, Future Teachers ot America, Tri,Hi-Y, :n'l Pe, Club, is Mfirriging Editor of the Saga and g ffimfrrlf zfler' r.-fculd mizjor in elementary education at I ",r rt2.f-:si Missouri St :te College. VYILLIAI-II STECKERT: hi.l' likfd Mitlx :r.ost of gll, enjoyed all sports, wgs g '-'rr ' ez the Sfudent Council, would study engineering Missouri Srhccl ot Mines. CAROL STEMMERMAN: bot-d 'leriul pr Ifj'iC"9, bookkeeping, and Senior Home- rxzking- '.-.rf-rif skzting in leisure time, plgns included rrizrrizge iiter grzduution. CURTIS STIEFERMAN: jere- ferred history, sfienfe 'ind Math, pgrticipgted in the Hi-Y zrzfi Cf, 'geritive OC'CJP1YlCDf!l Education, planned to en- fl in tho Missouri School of Mines, I? of 3 if sig , , '31 Shelton Shles lickendick Sigmund Sipile Smith, C. Smith, C. Smith, F, Smith, R. Sallis Spehr Spilker Steokert Sfemrnermg-' Stiefermun Page Forty-Nine I O K 6 X T - z H 4 X 1 . t Str :xzssfr Ftrueblrrqg Stueki'-y S'uHss-- Turk r x rw-, 5. Tw,-zf,,, Tiyl I T T Ls -KEVIN STTERS: preferred Lielcgy :nd 'izernistry :rust ef rll rlrnned to trrrvf-l f-xtf-nsively rlfer r durtrfrr AUSTIN STRAUSSER: ffrilcyed weed- rlcirig :nd rutc rrrezlzrmivsg trclleytefd till kinds of If!-cord S ,nd rlrye-d Eurslqetlrcrllg would enlist in r lr.:rivEr et tire Outdoor scenes provide inspiration for Delores, Irl. and Charles. .hi 'A 5.1 'l. AJ s. emini5cin9 over eadanf Armed Services. HOLLAND STRUEBLING: incse ilysrps izicloqy, cmd e-uoricniics is fzvcritesg Collected rerrrrrnts from dilterent ritiffs ttrrouqliout the United Stirtesg w rs 1 member of tlie Brlile Cluirg wculd Qrttend .r tr-rde stflrcpel. LEWIS STUCKEY: like-d rrieclirnirrzl drirwing and 'NC1I.d wcrkinq more tlrun crny other sulereetsg went hunting .rrid fishing: plcrns for tlre futuri- were undecided, ELIZABETH STUESSE: "Bets" enroyed slwcrthqnd most ei 'rll tix- :cursesp belonged tc tne Senier Tri-Hi-Y, Quill Gnd Scrcll, Pep Club, and the Mixed Chews: wus the Feature Page Editor cf tlre Cc.iriery wwnted tc de Ciiife '.-Jerk. fURTlS SURKAMP: 'Curt' liked rrsyihelrfv 1ygir,: :nd Lztrri- :cllerfed unusu-'rl stzrnps :nd rr gcrns- g rrt :rr Qxill :nd Sercll, the Ecys :rid the f-fixed f:g5,:usr-s- :s the Business Mrnrz v'1 r of Tae TTTLLYISZ' glznnez T: fflff. in Elmhurst Cclleze. 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'AY VZFTY: 1 "xii ., if f"1i T16 'fxrcj S'1fC'S 5'5- .f "secs .zps , W' K 'ie .5-.rt Stilitw' "i 'fggf-1 i:r.t1:: 'l"AY,' "'s Le his-presxiei' ' .., F57 ., "ti QI gin fzey Qi. Sihtlzsfli hr' M""':':ls CCT '::Qd eircll .r iria Sihci Qi Fame Arts it .'.'1:sr.1xg':n 'n:'.'er51ty. .l.TI.T.f1 'i"Q'lfIT: selehtezi bcckkeeplrtg 3K2 mc: Hcrnerrxkgxgy fcr reireuticn liked tc gc s'.-:imrnmgy :mgfd tc heczrxff f srefrefury scmefime m the fxiuri. liifff 'YOUT-IT: 'D llked :rfi1teit'gr':, 'ifi'-'-'iflj rtiirf 'my Zire' sifml figrseq emcy-ed 'gcmg rtqrr . . , . , . ae" .. f A.: entr: 1 ,gsmrss '.-.'Cr,d sccn xiii' gr':'1pf:t1',rt. , 'jf-QQ f.f.-5.FCEI.LD.,. .ifrfri fIcrn'.':n'iy Sent: Hxgig Smhfcl " .,','Q1Y1U1H'I ,uf sr-icrpd sem-9521-ry fzvarad sin.. X ' f.1I,'i :nd cif1f:f.' mfsg went htrsehvtk uiimfg '15 cftn ,M 1 M5 I5 QCSSILILQ gwzrmnffj rf, ztiund in Tnicrnuticn 11 EJS1' , I , YCr'y, G. Yfum R I1"5S Tf1'1V'f1lIlGgS scrlzzl. Ygunfl A N'Hy5q' n ' ig f ' x I e u u e h A TI-HB1 RO'N: line Lu':1s!1fth, third: Mflry Hemhzrt, Vulpdxctfriiny Rcnnfx Owens, S'1lutf't:r1':n, SECONIQ RCI'-'ti Mizry fnkrud 'iz Edu-Jirds, slxthp Batty Wwigzxer, seventh: Bch CCCk, fcurth. FIRST ROVV: Rlchdrd YNCEIKGF, lgqhth' Mirgzrct H1A,, :mm nd T11 1 :.':., :::.k Vg :en sChC1':S'1c":Iiy, "5 hu. JANE LUENSTROTH Cheerleader ED LEASCK Girls' Stage Gove,-,lor Varsity Sirintming Mired Chorus President Chairman of Orientation Day Smdgng Council Secretary Student Council Vice-l'resirlcnl WILLMA HAM Cheerleader Varsity Hockey Team Girls' Chorus President Student Council Treasurer 1-1191 4? v- MARY REINHART F.T.A. President Tri-Hi-Y Secretary Valedictorian of Class Editor-in-Chief of Saga Senior Student Discipline Com mittee A , 0 :5 KAY CANFIELD Nonet Cheerleader Flzoralettes Senior Tl'l'I1NIl7'U7' lt Ff 's ' ll I ,fx 1 I l uP""' :JJ 1 A Xi GARY KNAMILLER Hi-Y President Student President Varsity Basketball Youtli and Governnzent Governor 'lfllw DIANE DIXON Nonet Cheerleader Choralettes Student Cou neil Secretary 'UN 7'- gl tttt M, an-70 RONNA OWENS Senior President Salutatorian of Class Vikingettes President Honor Society President .KX iff' l.. MARTHA HANNA Orclzesis Cheerleader Senior Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Sports Editor of Courier JOHN ANTONIO Student Council Letterman President Senior Vice-President Co-Captain of Wrestling T lltyl' lf, .,v,,, ,M iwisw.. ,BM 'nat , -. fu- ' xv 2 ff: .J .J F. , Ar., 'ffm 5? -T , ffm: OHV! 5? 'Wk EAR NOT the szthcuette of defefut. Irr every spurt the Nerrgfxrrdy frttrletffpg iffIt,Vfg with arefzt p,fiz-rsffrverw-rrce cxrrd courage tr, wirr coveted victories. Ptayerg endured lorrq trmrrg at practice tr, rgerfezgt their athletic Skills. But whether an the field or err the court, qocd sportsrrrarrship was stressed at every game. Loyal tarts supported the teams with arrxiaus anticipation. Participants learned to starrd bravely urrder the shadcw ct defeat, reatizirlq that beyond the errerrrye darkness lay the rrraqrrarrrirroue qlowirra tight at viatory, a whirl- ing shape srsirrrrirta ta rest, and within grasp, er to itlurrrirrate the darkness of a defeat. "U :mls ure- lm! .YllllllUIl,S'lIf 1,lFfl'Ull.i.'? X ,aj I. I I '1 .tt I X tl L Cl Slfll 931 8 X 1? ve BEAL halfback GIARDANO fullback FIELDS halfback SWANK quarterback gf ESQ, Wi SEATON guard PRANGE center KLOEPPER guard HARNETT end KOLMAN fackle POLKINGHORNE fackle MEYER end I!! -- r in - f f .. ' -. A, .. f . :- '. . ' I lx li 'i X1 A X' Y-L 4 v I QM -92' . ' , Q ai 15 .5 X - 1 4 f ' 'i A X " in Q ,r, ,M ,LPQA AV Q5 , xx ki rrr r f ff? . r N, 5 e , l Qin? .. ' J fi --haa- I -ls.-7 ' - , cf Q P g qw . X , ,f -f , J , ' I, ,- , x 1 Q . -. x ,cf , ,I '. J' 'Q 5 0 fe 5 -I I .1 1 p f 'V , :V jf' , J if ff Q? D RO! Taser, Pringe, Ecschen, Grdrdino, Cockreil, Vlesterrndn, Iancsky, Eiglln, Kdntis, Smith, M, SECONQ RCVI: Ctich Winfer, M dre i, 2, Roth, Burch, Pcikinghorne, Moore, Teske, Bcrowitz, Cocrch Vfestbury. THIRD RCVI: Minfzger Winsoott, Eenissi, B'rcker, 'ta r Qwdrfc Ee ':rren, Kolzzfzh, Close, 2eVouton, Mgniger Klingler, FRONT ROVJ: Mestrnin, Wridzrrran, Smith, C., Vest, Meyer, Fields, Burnett nay nzy nfly n,:y iifiy 'Viv ii iiy nu, . o,..1Ii.j ..,. U4 . Yl.g. 1 amifg comlai eff enuiagk recor EGlNNlNG a new year with a now coach, the Vikings began preparing for a tough season. Mr. Winter called therrz into practice in mid-August. The results of the pre-season training were reflected in the final outcome. After playing ten games, the teani looked baci: on or record of seven wins, two losses, and one tie. ln their first contest against a strong Mercy tearn, the Vilcings scored twice to lwlxznlq the Bulldogs, 14-O. Approaching the Brentwood field with rnuch confidence, the V1lcrr,gs were soor. surprised with the power of their opponent Normandy packs, however, broke loose iri the second half to win, 207, r , :::ty'TJ1 Sueeping around left end, Beal runs into trouble. Fast Vikings quickly bury Webster drives. IM ingri ring agon Mee!Aome At home for the first time, the Vikings crushed 1955's city champions, Central High, 34-O. The following week the team was upset 1 .N . xt! "',' , . gn. itoxt tripped up. Beal cltargcx tlzrouglr. by a strong U. City squad, 27-2l. The Vikings' next foe was a good defensive team, Webster, and although valiant attempts to score were made, the Red and Green were held to a 7-7 tie. Back home and with more determination than ever, the Vikings held Kirkwood to one TD while scoring two themselves to win, 14-7. Next on the agenda was the unbeaten Ladue team which the Vikings quickly buried, 260. The Eleven had no trouble in the next game for they swamped Ferguson, 190. ln the first l-lomecoming game in many years the alumni had little to Cheer about, for thc :nerr from Quincy defeated the Vikings, 28-7. At the annual Turkey Bowl Game, the Vikings ended a tour year Jinx by edging Rttertfur, 7-o. Beoiuse of the victory the trfrditiffnftl Wtrgort Wheel rested within the hoary walls fer the first tirrie. Thus Cetrrr ietirig the sf s,rL the Vfgrrf-"rin it hurig ug' their helmets with pride as they looked baak CII a highly suseessiul year. TOP ROW: Czuch M gs:-Qrscr., Lezver, Miller, Murty, f,eV:ut:n, Pcllxrd, V1r.y:rd, Exrexs, Egnze, Rag-It lA1r.:'5e: H-'31, :., 1": ':. 1 " ' ' l ra 'it Ar B it't L 1 fi "' ' FP"'T ""' ' " --bflu RON: Lurtisz, E:',",:., Qzcgf-r, Swape, Zal, W1 ', ellis, gf, enner, Ke Q, MC rr o'f1"r. EYtlPf'.f-Ifl, .,..r M ..'-, .4 .zgiz "f V"' lrkson, Eryet, T.'ffKir.r.e',', Allendorf, Striub, Moot, Serby. ggvfeanfz A owd hgkfing Alairif PARKED by talented players, the "B" foot- ball tearn compiled an excellent record. They won five and lost two qarnes. Starting on the riaht foot, the lunior Vikinqs defeated Mercy, l2-O. This was followed by a smashing victory over U. City, l9-O. Their first loss carrie as Webster Groves snealced by, G-O. Three wins in a row followed: the "BHS downed Kirkwood, 26-13, Ladue, 20-14, and Fer- quson, 26-6. The season closed with a touqh loss to Ritenour, l4-l3. Gutstandinq players were Bob Allendarf Torn Derby, Bob Lee, Clint Moor, and Don Nusser. The coaches were Art Shipherd and Ichn Masterson. Showing a fiqhtina spirit and much ability, the "B" tearn prcrnised a fine future for Ncr' rnaridy football. P13-2 Sixty-One ii.. When coach Shipherd gives rr chalk tall.: B'erx Im neu' plays, H71 gaogefgaf feam emonafrafefs 4 1 4 1 1,1 P .E:1:.1, In E, 14" ::.i f.':: :ri ' xi E :.:.,1 ' :' 1':' FF 'ff 51 rf' 1:1 1 .Y VT. :1 , .. .fi ff 5' .,. ,. , f'-2 fQ,t':, :Liv .. .QQ Q,"-7 13A A , 3 X' ,W ,. -Q ,gc " 1 1 H ' lx' . Av 'I , 'wx 'e"',11mf N'l'f'Y'l'x ' l CRKTNG l-TAPE ard playing well, the Viking basketball team provided mush E-XClf9I'I1EY.l for loyal fans did supporters. Pdoed by suoh scorers as Bob Schaefer, lack Fzelds and Dar. Rister if oorrpiled an excellant sea- sor. reoord and did well in two of the Trai-. fuurrarients. The tear: played its first game agarist strong and exoerienfed CBC. squad. ln ting the trend for the reriainer of the season the red and green upset the favorites by one point. Five viofories in cr row followed: Patton- ville, Ferguson, Southwest, Lutheran, and Clay, ton tell before the Norrnandy attack. The hot Caqers were Cooled down in their next qa:r.e by Ladueg this was followed by a defeat by U. City. After staqinq a Comeback aqainst Wellston, the team lost two more- one to Beaumont Grid One to Ferguson' The Rleqgrl' Driving in. Bill racks up two more for Normandy. rnen odnie back on the victory trail with wins Over Sf Charles and MGD1GWOOd but WCW The oaqers took third place in two rnoior Upset bl! U Sufpflsmq RHQUOUT Squid T149 tournaments The Webster Suburban Tourna SGCISOH ended badly Vv'1Tl'1 lOSS6'S to K1TlCWOOCl mgnt and 1hQ C1555 L Rgqlgnvll Thg Vgrrgity Brentwood and Webster Groves finished with a l4 12 season record fo enf uawwhc orman g fam Fzelis Queens in as Meyer and Schaefer ziazt for Centers jump for the tip off in a battle aqainst the the rebound state chanzpx ig S1xyT . r Y f - 1 ti ft . . . 1 F , , . ' . ,Sf . . 3: e 1 - hrff l7'lfI1?1O'X jump xlmt puts ,Xbrmrzrzrlgf l11lf'I1tf, CQUIFIN-' S 4 .5-U ., DM.. x X , CC 77 eldj 'nee J l QCLQUQ COITIIJQ l ,l0l'1 L9 ' f f' f rf' C 41 1:0 exgerlfi-11.1 tp, if 2'5" 1 ifz ,'N' Vi x T 11 uffn -11 th Jwrsny sqund :hw "BH M121 NSW ,ywjt is V1 H W , '1'l'I1 111 'hr T1w:r'if1X,1f1'1zqLg 'Y' zzz' f B '- '1 . ,,. . .,r MA. -f V X I,-.gu". , ,,.r!.1' ., AJMY ,,., , , ,' .' :-new' '. 'Z, P1121 , fli. " ::.:: 1 1" 1: ff F" V. ,.,., 3,-V -, -"gf :,rF,-,.--- iz: redfcrd win fifid af :ifafe lneef hed by Mr. Monroe, HE MATMEN, C9115 CCIILPI L- PL 3 11 Cl X ok fourth The 1115 'vi 1 fv,1,f 1!,.,4,f 11. 1'1 'hh wT T 11 4971 '11f1 f!LhJ'f1 1, ,X ,. ,,,, 1 1 11"f' H 45T'..1. 1211 1112 Z1 11 fx ff -H-+ 1 1,11 .. .11 f1..,f1' IIT leugue record emu IUSQT. 1 1-"gm, J1., ,ry scored ovir G, 3718. U. f,,'11y wma the :next V115- , '.',':1,s 1111.:1f5d, 33-19. The 11.5k1g f1'1I.d4Ti the qrupolers Qgs, Efijw. The f9C1ITQ bounced " f fer U. iT1TY, 35-Zl, hui 12:1 if " 'f FQ: QXISTY. AZT, Three 'r11,1r11pl15 , -1 , .1., ,' f 1 , ma K.IKnCC'.j A9-IQ' xxhfr .'-1 Q Q'-213, ':t'1 f1 'hyd over 11111 if 1"+:5,1g1 :fe IJIQT. d15'1ff,C1!1" ff vv11'iQf.I5 :',' 1 'I Qu-14 Thi 59'1S' t. '9 ' ' 1:1 " :y":. 35,-fi 0.31 1 K., ", ,, .. ,. ' ' ' ' , 4 ' f.J1.: . 3-13-:. PL?-5 ,Q 111 JS Q21 1: he sift? ,J TJ 1,11 rx Qtvfu n.,Tt1.,.. ' .. 93 o"'f' 'Hrs 52335121 1:1 , t 1 . ,- 1P W1-Y-V124 X 1, ... .11 . ., oo pound Gloss. Doug BQIYIIQS c1:.:1 Tony Thr11e11r,r both giloced fE11rd 111 their divisions. As tension mounts. referee Blitz 11-atches for a pin r lazy? ilX"g' : ' J 7 I .08 94' 'Dis ' f u . ga 5 . n Q 4 ,, 1 JI V- fs Xux I ' s . q- vl 36: QQ,7..6 cv 'fl 1 - H ' ' 'Y' 'N L 'MAF 1 1 ff'-YB. me 0' ij' ' X 9 - xmpv, hyd' ,xv , , W ,-.sw-1 X. 1, 13X , 'E' f If .,,2ff3 -f fv TA f f C! Q45 Wqfn fn eefilyer ec ec 1? 5 f -, ,, if tg 'QQ VA 7 45 Lf! 5' 55 5765 1 I I .ff Pj I -Ke 1,THO11GH they tiriished with ci 5-5 reecrf' Y deiedtirig Urifig-Q'x?5irf5Q,','fi,"9fQg,g . f ff' 1 the 19511 tertriis ted :ri herferrried weh 19553 get er ' shed rriSuCCessfiY1TQ,55sr,: 1 irgriirist CU1S1CI11111I1q 1ec1CJue Criliorierits, Pdeed 117115 fm 3171951 P'Qfff41'?6C 9 17114311555 15-Z5 :Q hy urihedteri third rridri Mike Swohcdix the 5?C0Ud 1310351311116 SU13'UY1DC1I1 :qurrd showed grecit rrhi1ity 0:1 the Court. The rietiiieri of 1957 set rr wixriirig sedsori its their gocrl. Although they hegrxzi with C1 victory over Lutherdri, they were d1SQ1I,DO1I116d iri their riext two rridtches hy Webster Groves drid their by U. City. Strivirig hdrd to regdiri their stride, they were yictoricus over beth C1dyteri Ulld Fdirview. CO-Cdjstdihs Gdry Rosehgreeh ghd Ierry Iueriger, d1erig with Coach Luridt recited C1 wiririirig SSCISOI1. The 1957 squdd suffered the 10ss f tsrriieri crrid Qorisequezitiy strirted the serrsr, sldw1y. Bdd wedther C1155 hcirripered the ted: hy riot diiowirig edr1y practice. 1ridividur11 stcrr riLO1ded irito ci good tedrri hy Couch Krcihii stdrted the sedsori with rr tour stroke 1oss i Uriiversity City. Lou Pdiderrdick with cr score f 4? wds rrieddiist. Qther prerriisirig riierrihers f the Viking tedrii were Ed Thre11ce1d, Ne 3715? Gregery, Vfziipie Stevens Pgul Herdd C111 Fiehdrd Cdlvert. TLP RL'-'I 'f1r.y:::: '1I.Z,,K-C ,1::.,g' r2g,r.:1,:i 311,21 Fffr: E" 33, 1 13' fQ,.': -7. A - , 1, . , ,ll s.,-... , .,,...Zs.. , -Le..-,A gr .fl- ..f,-.T eng.. MU, .,., , ,, T .,.. .TT TJ A J ,angry -,W ff --vfwwffv -v VAN.. ...' .T 7, .F Uv -. fc. 3.31, , 1 ..,.., ,- .JA ,. -, HLL.: L-4,,,,. ,.. .. M... .-.L M., J. .. ... -.,,. .. -1. My Cr. 611.2 L 'LUN fre-'Ln A f Be'J':'J'e ,, ,A Wegry, 11:71 fix.: -f 1:5 Mf.',If,lf- 1 ,fzwele The Stfzfe Il ' w'1':l. l.ur.'iI's "ep ..e'Je-:.elesi,1, xth 1:1 fx held cf fcugh Ccffpefzicrs. In Ner:'1.i1:'.dyNs ihxrd cmnuizl IIL'JlT'lTlZYif11 R ly, ihe Mermeh finished third. Rflklflfg swgrrf ers zlcced f1fSf LN the bdtkstrcke UNC EUC' ind freestyle evehis. JV' 'ffffi Teanmzates eagerly watch ax Casey takes off hands length. Members of the well co- erdmdted, smooth swimming quartet were Roy CLITSTCJHCHHQ WSIS T116 Vikliq TSKIY fwfr Schmidt, Harold Wildermcm, Tom Derby, dnd fhish missed stdte chdmpichship by only TI Ned Greqory. lfUU'l'll'l'lQI"5 lflllfl l"QCOgl'llfl0lfl JI.:-.: . .f,, , . , . . ., ..'.:.'i1, FFILIVT Fifjff: .'1E,,', ,ze 1 ,ry, E1'h::.1it FL, LL. ww ,- '25 0' H, S-I , . fa . 3. ' sf Hurlzng the shot Mushal lecttvx the qround HE 1956 track rnen nded an un and down season aft r th Mark Tvvctn R lays at Hanntbal rn Moy In Aprrf It Ma lewood Nor rnandy soorea enouah po1nts to take second ,A Til' 'K D! 'K OVt nrt V I C f ffffird Q U ur tf e n ru rraetro tr. Mar h Rarny we th r forced tndoor workout 'ut ev n wlth handr ao soon r wrong ' q 1 to rnatenahze The return of erqht fettermen to the squad f' foed boost the scores of the ornderrrwen tn fh rr Suburban L aque meets In thetr frrs' eattle however t Vrkrnqs suffered defeat th hands of the Ferguson Com ts ferry fnuadleston sparked the losers as he was hrqh oorer of the rneet wrth 26 pornts to h1s oredrt l"CLC Jl0QCla lfffii galil Clin? THVR RC J Vx OX G dn ur FIRQ 'K VN M 'fxfa gf":e tr. the fY1'1Y.Q'tll'lY rtiee, with Pu1et.,'.:r i.r,fi 3 fvf':rfe'.-.'oi'i. ,A.q31r.s' Rxfegour f:Qf,'.'.'1:.Q I the Vtkrrrqs lost heoause of rr dzsauizhfr- 131131. lfl one ever: 13213-97'3. A po'.':erQ'Q 3f1rk'.-:ood squad then hurried the o1:.derr-:pert '1 " . f CfLLSh1I'QQ1 defeat 14135. Hgh paul? rtpef. of lgfz - ft 'mere Earl Nuesse 42 fxok ffelds 23' and 11:21 ' ' rf: fr ' Y Aooo fha to fhe 19" feazr. Cf1,,,tain, Bill Bar- rett aff, er 'o'1n. or tspefs if W oo '. 'Wth ire cofzohrnq of Iohn Masterson and Inu Vvfestf h' y me track t,a:.. hear. Af 'Qinq efrfy iz. ' C . ea e ., o ' t 5, Q, 6 e ' C .A s 3 X' Q :t f team. tie at ' ' . e o' 1 Q, , , he ' , A 3 G e '1' e at e o e , o . . 1 . . C p A I - i . A A A' A - A " s- o ' ' 1 ' '. I U A 2 'WI --flli' 5'I'J-ilfllj. Klffyfii, Sfiefhy, 52.151, Frizik, T:yQ2:, Tffxrre, Meyers, Pzlktnojhizn-5, Qlrrxtiri, Q::wf:rd. SECOYM R V: Zill Tiff, fb-thy, Close, :E,C',lf1'f., Qzlxllg, Cooper, Eiyet ...es1::.:r., 'rr er, Gilllqner, Vfillzce, 1feV5'f3: Y. .T .O ': .imager irrtfger I' fleson, Eillfifjf f-fifff .-" .'.' s , rglliiif, Ezrxet' feutsfh, Kuhn, fezvef LTYSISSZY, Ilfksir.. 211- 5x",'P,:" 1 ' V1 nh muscles taut Frank ea5es aber the top H et track and field make zndoor DTIICIICSZ 1zecessar1 ll UPACLIQ 80,9118 IfYlQQf5 1-le 1oo1c 11151 111 1he hurdles hrodd Jump cmd 1'1Lj1 11111111 A1 1115 three d11y C1c1y1o11 1l1V11fI11OT1CI1 lll A11111 1ho NOIll1C1l1dY rr111e re1c1y 1ec1111 o1 Dorr C1o5e Steve Gcrrdrrer B111 BC1rr1e1t ond B111 Meyer plcmed 111111 c1111o11q 51111 Lor11pe111o15 Bo1 1C,11C1IlCj1lOll1L 51ro11q 1u111or 5tc1r took thrrd ll 11 d15Lus rr wr ll LU 51111 lll LII Cll 1e II B11 May 1 5oeQ1o11y wc15 1hL hc111 1111 P CII C1L1I1l1lj 1115 BGCISOII 11 rc111 bOII1D spee y 880 5 Ierry 11udd1es1o11 C1 1ur11or 51or1ed 11 e yeor w11h CI borrq cmd rrever 51owed dowrr urr 111 the 1111411 tape was broken Io lc F1e1d5 wourrd up h1s 5 111or y or wrth xCe11e111 Perforrrrorrc 5 ot the hrqh rump 'xifld hurdles O11e of th 13es1 shot put Clfld drscus HIGH C11 Nor111o11dy was Bo1 Po1k1r1qho111e By pole vou111r1q to new he1qh15 George Frurrk Qo111r1bu1ed hrs to1er11 1o 1he TQCIII C cg 111 1115 1K,Lll1 Wflb 1115 Q 1311111111111 o11V1eyer BQ1rr1e11 C1050 orrd Gordher Ill the rr111e rel 1y Maltlrru 5 !lLlll0llSl'lflfLX pcrfut form on the hurdles 1 l TOP ROW Coach Wmter Boden Clirk qchmtdt Autz Fodder THIRF ROVN Straub R xsen enter Allendcrt Guccrone Krewlr li US W YUSCJ UZ Vflllmi QECOND ROW Bmmm NUSSD K HH6dY Nlchols l. r'1n Mmtcn Brrdel FIRST ROW Mclirnney lvl rh Moor MCI. uqhlln Wrlson P terscn Mrller HE B baseball squad of l956 followed the Varsrtys example and comprled an excellent season record wmnmg 9 and losmg 2 games Coached by lay Gunn the B s Tenszon runs high as Nzlsen nam for the pztch aff? Cl ledlffld LC UIQ worked hard lmprovmg therr game skllls ana natural ab1l1t1es The lunror Vrkmqs Drcked u the needed experrence and by the season s ensl were ready to play Vars1ty baseball The B nrne drrected by a new coach Vern Wrnter were tramed and polrshed and ready for a full schedule oi games The B ers llke the Varsrty however were greatly hampered by the wet spnng weather and as the Saga we t t press had played nly three of lherr game Ferguson the lrtt e Vrlcrngs lrr st opponent rrcvea to be too n u h and walk d Off wrt oc IWC! lfr rcve a JCIC f GIQK VD' Q C Q t Q stll ex d tc 'cr e Qctul Q P : , , u ,-. , , f . ': , e .I , , ,, , rx, G fx, , t.., : , ,G . - ,ef:rp, 1, 1, 'g 'zsi , Q: , ' , -3 , . I 4 . fl l l g ' ' w l c -s N c. ' fs. c - , ' lo l ' r ., , , ' .3 c e E1 1' victory, Bel. The "BHS, l kr. 3 ,- cngi carte buck w1th a vlctcry cver Clayton, B-2. lr. the next gauge they , , agnxrri ,rated by 1: loss t Urirvercrty Cry lll-G. The url' jaunfea MB"- - 'l ICQ e' . many wc., 1.5 11. ' succewf " -eas,n. ul' 'YK V TOP RO N A, Q r h Q rrrr Sw n R tl' T Rfr E rn y rr G h afeam ad aeaaon progreaaea HE 1956 Vrlanq baseball team one of the frnest rn the schools hrstory qave Nor rrrandy fans a qreat deal to cheer al ou bporrkcd by Steve Lewrs and Bob Meyers trre Varsrty won an unbroken strrnq of vrctorre frnally bernq stopped by St Marys 1n the sernr frnal round of the state charnpronshrp tourne The horsemen undefeated rn le-aque rv ry wcrc le :que charrrprons and haa a 18 2 s ason re ord rrllrrr lowly but arrrdua y rr knq r t run rrrrrdrcv t rr hrrr an skrlls, The Noroerrren suffmed frcrrr a ,rcs or practice due to the extraordinarily wet sprlna weather and ,rs th- Saqa went to press ad gt ayed only half of therr scheduled q mc-. 1 ' ese, t e red an green were victorious over Labcure, 8-7 Ladue, 83, ornd Ferguson, -7. The learn tied Maprewccd, 7-7, and lost ,c Wellston 21 and Krrlcwood 11 10 Led by cap tarns Gary Knamrller and lohn Antonro coa h Shrphercls baseballers looked forward to J successful season Suzngzng hard Knrrmzller lashes out u xznqle -Cru lyirif 0 coolaerafion lyrevai S AILVAYS, 1: spirit pi Coirerxcn ata they Lses. B zskffipizn 'eezgred 'C pitch the 1 qcod SQCYISIII-llirlhlfi rrevaiied arrzcria thu terest cf gfggyg .Jigs 5553. Qjfiy tr gggyq girls' tefxriis. Aklietzqh athletrs ability Qcuntea, F, , , v , 4 4 ohiifgqiiq ine Qiiff , giyszyefi me payma CI the qartie was Ccnszaerea very' A 1 , V Y iii the :ate winter. iriiportarzt. The Girls Atheti: Field seemed tc, he the Qerpter of :Lost of the qirls' sricrts ac- TC 55fliVf'79 Q79 57175 F7395 1532 31951 55f1"'f Hvmesh swiznzniriq ard tennis provided tim arid ri , , laxation. Althoti h the 'did not ftrrzrriize var- 'Wfreii the hrisk autumn air arrived, it made Q Y J 5 L sity teams, the girls used this tirire to practise hockey an invigorating and exciting sport. lt whetted the appetite for more of the contest. From the first bully until the final minutes of the qame, there was continuous and breath taking action. After hockey, when the weather became cold and bad, there was basketball. The players learned to think clearly and to be on their old skills and to learn hetter ones. Lastly, in the late spring and early summer, softball found its way to the Athletic Field. There several groups of qirls tried their hest to become varsity players, This sport left the team members hot and worn-out but satisfied and happy. Several Mermaids enjoy an after xchool swim. CLI1'lOlflg gl X 'Y' ' E' "YL ...J ..X,,.,... . U... ..,, 'IAA , feamd ,,..,-A 'MI Exzerf ' ' 2 fi.. 'rpg r rd Sz M..,. : ...A -5.-:t V r.'Y-4, .1-r . J x ,.. Befire 're '.'3r ' ' qv -f 1:1 the l fer' L ,Vi ,,, Pergr,1,f':r 71.25-, F get YQUEQ - eefl v - L jfigrf J f-I W ' ' J 3' - . :une e A-.gsf1:i:r,y :get fi ' ,WL - r' l.-Tw:-2' ,ir , , ,kgs .W 2, .. 4 , 4-A-ex' 5 - W, .r 224- A - A j ' - A - -f .thy--n-J. "" '. . , H' Q" 'Z ' VHA ":4.:,rfLi K1 ju f -. - ' 74 "QQ - r ' ' raw' 'Sas -V, ff,,,,,1 f. U5--,gg . ,Q f- . .Q N95 -'14I:"i:'f':"'w ' M- ' I r f' Y --au' L riff f., ' sr In ,,:e- , . --:-,- ,,, ' '.. 4- 75 ,W ' . A 7' in ' .5 ' Y J' 1 'nigh lin 4 4- "' -.f' 0" ,, 4 ,, . . , ... fur!! ,'1'1"T Ritenfmr plfryzwzw bind: .Imm l,14m1fZ1f1 1 .f, frmrrr trrf, Sag hifi. U .5fr.1f.rq if rrrfrke ur, frre Vczrsrfy Hiikey Teurr.. M155 fir.: 'zrfe M, rf. .ar r'.er,ee, the f',Y1Yfif',I SP-WY'-'1:,1g ggrujr :mer ' " 'rr :yi i CfP1e1d Heckey, 'fieifec oi. Lemme li early Citi TCU' Tigre' ig iE"':AM LM K' ' her. Durrrrq her airy ne-re, she Ccr.du:fecQ 1 Serge ef the :rust .yzrriitf 'xzyerf specrczl exhrbrtrcn 1:3 Fares? Park. Murry cf The Igxie Lpgeisfrcrh, If yee Lue' 4 "r' P313 qirls rack this cgiccrfrrprry TC, lecrrrr new Skrlls, Cwens, Gzzrl Barker, Sue Hcmqe, Nrlftrfz Hint tc rr::r,rc'.'e thegr Qld feghxiquee, Qrrrd tr, qfzzz. fzzfi Sizrfirzz Frrezf TW ""' " 'r f' 'Q 'ff' Q: rieffer 1xr.cier5tQ::331r.:5 C: 119 escrt cf Hcikey. Mizry Bcxkrud rrffec 'f fe very 1 . mile iii ,A.rTh',Klfjf1 '..e 1' .A..ff, - '.-:rib R1'v"f-I'J1V'V! mpc: g:",51rT' iq Thi. UP Urrrversrty Crty were :":.CeNeci kecfruse cf Ever, thsuqh t"" 'LW'-rf ' 'y E .r11ef . rrrrrr, Thr Vrkrrrcget , Jus ww-r Prrrre ff'-gs, zrrklee, nrrrd crfzrxf,-d slrrrrrr, 'rr' . . ry-,r Crprcr I fc C Qrrxm fred with Rireriour I TQ f. errriyed every rrrrrrute if his 5--1':sf:.. ii' .. ,. ,' 5 '11 . . 1. 'Z 4 i"11' I' Z.:iI1..1 F., , 3' V :.,-,.- ,.. , Q9-l'p-9' pinrg into 1,10 11271 S140 Svlfmzfif zs 11 Izftlr' frm Iutzu - -W ,., HX ,- A..,f.P.E,,-A. . - v JM 4. Sf' Yiuxari .. f ' 341'-I .. A .Ml .. ., , , Iy1jA1' vu jgrj I :, fl ' 1: I.. I ' Lv. - ' A ET 153- 'WHT ff- 17-1 fl 1175 ' V715 fi Besgdels 'haf M511 :A ff' ::ALgs.11ff '11 , zxylzug Eh? if-.'l'g:.14'q1.ff5 ' f ff, if III." iiwy wfrg guffiqgg I-.Y HAL, f ,Ar ,f thi, YC :A , girl hw, I"1fiYT'4 ' T141-f"' ' f 15 Vf1Y5VY'Qf 1l'1' fx rzxcre serxfus1:.111ry.Lynx. Mfmscm x,rf::kfn '11 'fl' VKST ffffii 'fl' 11 " 'Vi-5 T' 'i'h'f54Il 'fl fznklf FCYLC fillI1I.fl Fr':igT1"5f. If was t.G:ffss':r'1' 'uf sfffrf N' rr 'Ifl'iY1Y. 1I1f"I5'h'iv1i"71'Iifffff.ff9fl fax her if, ritz. "" . gut cf sfirzf nf fhs11:rLi:1:L1: 5 Hmm-Qw 4u,.,,t, .SZi!fec!l9fayer5 rom eac C4455 ,- C if r 'Fe Varsyy Vf"eyha" tear., .J .. .ra ,,-., .,.,., NJ.. foaih Helen Dunbar sele3'ed S125 outstanding players from the Class teams, Fre- auirmg skill a1er'r,ess, and fas' foto., only the best sophomores, juniors and semors Could CE used fC represent Norrriaidy Qi. Competitie' 1-:ith other schools. From the large number who reported for praetioe, twenty-nine girls were shosen. Although the year wasnt as successful as they had hoped, the girls were not discouraged. They were proud fo have won the tournament held at Ferguson High School. Playing Hazel wood and Ferguson, the team was victorious 1:1 both games, The only tie in several seasorgs of playing volleyball Came during the Contest with Hazelwood. After a five minute over-time, however, the Vikingettes Came out on top. ludy Whitney's powerful serve enabled Nor- mandy to win. This was one of the five vio- tories of the season. ln the game with The Principia, the Nor- iriandy players were divided into two varsities. Both defeated their opponents, 36 to 31, and 46 to l8. lt was a very close game with Fairview, but the Vikingettes were able to hold their comlaorie ardifg feamri TOP: Tzbb.-es Ezkir, Eertera Salirxidr, laczbs, M rlonef-, 'ye' s'r"h 'if za 'rifle' " " LV- A H ' ' 1.'F4Eff., 'tNi11tr,ey, fixrr., Gunkei Krelceler, BOTTOM: l.'ru . . ii, ,..i.., r. , ... , .f.... .., .r . ,, .. - . ., A Q Eleanor Wolf makes a hard. driving spzle ground. They won by a score of 34 to 3l. Nor- mandy was then defeated in the Qanzes w1tl: Ritenour, l6 to 33, Wellston, l2 to 25, and Clayton, 19 to 27. Eleanor Wolf, as Captain of the team, proved to be very Capable in her task of leading the 1957 Varsity. Showing outstanding ability were teammates Roberta Hoeffer, Gail Baker, Bobbie Russell, Sue Schmidt, and Sandra Frieze. fr, pies, Grines, . rv-:.g'rt, f.t.f, l.'.':.:tri' , f :.:', Fur., . 2 S .J .-..a.-. wif. ,- Ay, ,gang " '14-'Yin .limi-, -.-,, ...ng : . ."'1 Aw .,4f,x .. lf' 'iw gg, uv f "I!Q'q' ' ,Q n Ae ? ' 1 A src: 6 5 a J- K - ,- xv .4 'A .I If 1 5 " - "' I , 'N fn 'B 5 ,. l v f ff' ,- 4 " 'r I. , '--Q. ."n,., fi' 1 .W ' ,fy . - X A h SJ x L 'J I 'Ziff Q igzfbl K- . --5 ,, 5' -Q J 'L Frm, L, ' A ' 'F 4 ' My ,,v,. 4, Q in i I .. . f Gail Bf1l.'crtal:c.v the hall clown the field. Nancy tries to tip the ball into the basket. O I WA 5!l"lUQ Ol' COUQtQ6! CLLUCLF' HFNEVER arty sr,crtser:1irided qiri err- Receiviria a thousarid point letter was reaily tered Normandy High' She hoped to be' an horror, for riot very marry airis received it. come a rrerriizer of the Vikirgettes and to be , , To win the coveted award, players had to awarded a thousaria poirii ieiier. sperid marry hours in hard practice. To qet the To aairi rrxezzihershirz iri the Vikiriqeites, airis had to take rvfxrt iri after sfrhcoi sports activities Needed 1000 polms' gms Wflflpflied requlmly arid he ori at least tx-we Varsity teams. in after school sports for three years. Carol Nieclringltaziw demonstrates the correct tray to serve. Dance helps girls become physically fit. V1 vb " , ..'v1, lv' --Q- rf' '-215'-1? A- V V4 S . 3:-1 .-.f+,,i ,. L-, Y ':.',-an-r .'.4,,-1, I,-f ,rr- . . ' V .5-,1, 'A I , ?fffaf Q-gfiiik .. ,Q , 1 ' H I. ,- ffl --f'.K i 8 F' Y ' :ri :i?i7,. V' mf 'f+"'.:"' " 1 war:-. ..' -'A 1,50- AA' I 1241" If 'jifwz h tgp-rf Lf 4-4- ' 'L-'- 2. x 'T 1.7 .3 'Pi 5. 5.41 1 1213, .ff fl'f..3 ,. .ZW fi 1' 5, ,Q if 1 ULT1'. '.L.Ti QL ff - '- Y-7 ,. QL ,f ' .JV.....J U- I-.. ,. QS. L'.!'ff', !1IQZ',1'1ZI' H" ' ' .,.,T,ZY1Uf.1'I-7, , "QT:-,',Y' iecesscry tc Tr: 9 enzh ,1 ms prcpir ff' - -' gfiy. " 1-F -if . , , .wtf True '.-1C1g,'1, H11 1-- fzpii' it ,. xx gy' '- 3 ,' fm werli- of '1 ftgrxjw g .' af. ' .. 4.4 A 'Z ,A . gs- , "V 'JJ 1 ' the STIIIN: i3l1f1dOVJ cf mf1L1f4:1'gf- I 'nf OH fx fl I lr h i 1 lqht Of d y UG f IGSDOTISHUIIITY nd fluence others :nu flllll s fllll 1 r 1 1 ru s I II QOZL 7194165 J jygmd ,X ff KJ47 4721 P662 fo 1fZ fjjf 562 Adfzfga JL? W Zac! 44964, 1474,Hf0.Z -015464 Zlokaf S 4121 TQ? HX,'.'.'. P zzr. .' Grp F:1,z':, fl ::'?. zk, Klzz. 551 Fr :::.urid, f22.:,s'::., T, 5. THIRI Rafi'-': Her: flied zz. gr. 1.11, Wrili :z:.:, " ry T . I I 1' 'Z1,:. '..' f C 'L 7 F zvfrs, ff-v11l1II1,.', P. SECQT-QQ, HU'.'i': f' X L1 ig :rg GQ z- .- zz., fi , ' zz., Mvcirity, 1.1 I t.:r, '.f zz., z. FIRST PQI-': Reirzi, zz' "'.i,'::1f-r. aga loorfragri i e af Worman y HE DEVELGPMENT of on All-Americori yedr hook wos the UNIT of the Sdqd stdff. Assisted by their spcrisor, Miss Frdnces Brew- ihqtozi, the stdff wrote copy, sold odvertisiriq, drid took pictures. Z-. ting to mvct rm ciiggrfrfzrig rlcrrrflzviv, .Sfrgrr .vtrrvff riwnilzvr' rliul 1Jll'TIl7'UN with Mr Srmtcc. Editor Mdry Reirihort directed the stdff ond mode sure thot copy drid pictures were in on schedule. Hdrd work on the port of the staff ehdbied it to meet oil deddiiries. The book heqdri to toke shdpe rdpidiy. fri order to do their work more effectively, rrieriibers of the Senior stdff needed the dssis- fdzice of the Pubiicdticris Cioss. After receiviriq Thorouqh trdirirriq, they dided in production cf the book. The hid sociol eveiit of the yezrr, the Moy Fete wus sgicrisored by the Stiqqi ririd the Crchesis. The Sud: Kzru Qziid Queen As the -5-:ri fhe yi- ir 1r,grcQig:.ffd, the . 'tuifi rt 'eeri rushiru firfuxgi tpikziig i ' 9" es. fw1:.:Q J :ri ly iixrfl Y N TOP RCW: l-l':1r.-, n::.::., P Ltzr. S':.::.1a1, leri-Ah, Rzbinscn, Vlzi., Exsrlr-r, Ee':kh:::., Mzr'5::.. FlFTH RCVJQ Baker, Stcry, C r-asker, Eirkenrzsfyerz, 'Q zzz. G zz, Er,r.1r.:?.:'1s, 'JJ' cks, E1 zsler, Krspp. FOURTH RCW: Prperrdg' k, Wi-1.5, Kell-crr.-eyer, Patton, Hunnu, Rdsseli, McC1r.r., l. 15.5 1 A A ' Lf , THlRI, RCXNL1 Lixzri, L., Mtlntyre, Cromer, Andezszr., Stu Putz, l'i-dge, C'1:r.pbel1. SECOND ROW: Rliilfdiift, P x L wir., H11'flV Q"lT'-1fl'i?I1'iU, Guznkel, i.'!fI,i-nr, Esrmzrg V"'mQt-11, FIRST ROW: Edq xr, Surk':r1.g,, nkzud, Abr'1::.s. ourier lorederued enuiagg reloufafion MONG the outstanding student news- papers in the United States, the Courier had an enviable reputation. This provided a direct challenge for the present staff. Guided by Mrs. Mary Still, they accepted the responsi' bility of rnaintaining the standards of their predecessors. Editor Mary Bonlcrud directed the work of the colurnnists and reporters. She was assisted by: Curtis Surlcarnp, Business Managerg Arleen Edgar, Advertising Manage-rp and Phyllis Abrams, Circulation Manager. Mernbers of the lournalisrn Class, after thorough training, helped in production of the paper. As beat reporters, they interviewed the faculty and students for news. ln March, the Courier staff sponsored the "News Bug Beat". Diane Dixon was in charge cf tl.e dance. Decorations, supervised by Ar- leen Edgar, depicted imaginary "news bugs" in various newspaper activities. Working on any phase of the Courier pros vided valuable experience to all members of the staff. ffl-5 Q' 1 Proof readzrig is one of the many tasks of Edztor and the Courier staff. Er1hty'One Bonkrud X. .M I 'llilllfiiw ' .. 1' , H F II' r 1 ,, . IU, 11, . wi' . .1 II .LH C. NTD" TNI ..1.j.f....J'.Lv. A .,,. 4 U . H 4K , vlI,1,, U If E 1 I W' SZ P onor ociefg lzofcld caan ffm f0rcA of wid om FXXPING THF q',.dff:1 Ivrch cf me NI' Ee eliqlble to vie xr This f'w.f',f"'fi fzwfu Hcfmfr Scciffy was 11:1 horn! 5531 hx-,ri to rank Ellijh in ff'h'lIYSh1Q W rl ' L11 ly 1: fi-vs mgfst ::1:,i11.g sfL.C.f1.T5, T1 ship service, :rid Chcxmcier. Pity-:.1:1 L' 11:13 more x-Q: elected XT h 'N ffm' ,,.. r l ,ft,, Pre 1:14111 Umm rzmi Hmm N1 em 1f'm'f'1w zmzvf Vlq 11!H1HtyzL1lr z7.rifz1'ff1f71 f't'y'1'rf,Ar'.'1 Q' 'jify Q3 I fx. v kJ'.'.'Hf.if T431 A U . L . A..... '-.1 Tl-. .. Af., 'FL 'T"T'1'1"T' f'f"'-'f"' .,,,,.. , f,Q ,.,.W,!, ..,l.f...-i aafauv... . .. ,i f--A TX,.,,.:.: !. : rL,.ff ,.,.,, .Y ,,,..., . v..ff,,,L -7 .,,,,,, ,ay .. aa., A ..,...,,. . . -Hr' . ,. ,. ,131-ff. X,-f X fin f-Y ..C..,-,7 4. .AM ,Mt .,...-.,z':. V: J..- Hp, My ' . .. ,,,,-.fv-, .,, fV--v- -H--Nev . f- -Y .fif. Z, . ty.:-:T..,f'l ,UT T.. uf : A,-T.. Q13-1. rm, -, , 1 .1 A K ,.. .W A V,,,,V,r -v pvaitf: A .ic Jfaagj fftfz J,i.j ....,., .... .':. Maid, ., rf: L,,Q,:4 ..,.L,,QQ.d, ., wmv: yiaa. ,..., -J ,a..,., ,-:,.,-. ,i.., J.,-A.- W. ,, ,N ff '. f, ,-,-. n., 1 me ,' fl "VY, a.x,.. ,,rreepV..a.if eeaeary- .fiurra u,,,,, -,,. -.,,,. ..-. XM,,7..i.j'. fi Ch H' 4224. Qeiegtea iz .ef,re5er.tat1'.'e rg , ' Q, , .L TFL L-Q,..L,' , L 1 ,eval J---A JA - AA- .,.. AA, -f...,. -A-4---sf..., A--A-4' YQQIU ' I I F XI. ELG T15 il .15 QYZUQZ CIA ffl? 'Hifi CI 'P? Council. Th the St :cn ree iniporiant dances were sgfarisare-ri by wient Cauncii, The Criristrnfie, Hange- iinq, and Senior Farewell Dances were pianned and supervised hy znenbere. A representaiive cf the Council was present at every eleciicn to insure fairness in voting. fs iii 557. , 6 -XIX lu Vice Prexidenz I,eascl: and .wecrctrzry Ilifmz rrn.w:.:f Sturlvnl Coiuzcil correxporirlmircf. Ancther activity was Crientation Day for Freshmen wh: would be attending Senior High next year. .gzcclenf Councifzfouffs emocracg af wor Q al 11.1-1 e a 'f"Tf"Ti,,,ia,, Tppw :,., .,-.v :.... Q L, V. .-,., ..., . .. ,1...- , 1. . ,, , i .. .. ,.. , ..., ,.,..4 '.l , '-1-. E-,rf ' " z ' " ' P H1:'t. WH' Em' ' ' A ' "' ' ' ' 'A Y.. if . f.Je.. 3',I,.II. ,'1,fr. Sith..." S,r.:f.1:' ., ""' EST. Ihr.: "f"','y - s 1-.'1g. -V-'.-rx, I, rut. ?.f1:.',:. 4 PQ '.'.' 7 1.ker rf: -.J-gli-TT "SLS-.f fs". M4225 ei A..--r. 1' ri: l TOP ROW: Klrnqlvr, M rt'Kerrz.'- I Pcllrrd, W r r r e rt , Sch 1tr:r.1rt Blrks, Held:-L-r, S 'h.,fez:..r:., Wur. derlrcfh. FOURTH ROYN: Weeks Hehe-is, Dietrich, Vaqel, P.-mod E-frtsiek, l1rr.ggroulLf, H rckrrtrrt, Vtfrl Iirrvrs, I., Swyers THlRl HQW Hodge, Gurrkel, H-rr, Qrrney Bererides, Frreze, Iohnssn, l., MQ Carrn, Shelton. SECOND ROM' lzhrtscrr, C, Hichrrdsun, Hutch-Ar sen, Kxutrrtrrirx, Crarrtez, Willrrrns B., Loesch, Rackldqf-, Wotzdward FIRST ROW: Wrrrsvztt, Eridell x,.C:v-, W-.f rganizafiond ac ieue goa A TUDENTS interested in teaching joined the Future Teachers ot America. This club ac- quainted the rnerrihers with the requirements fu their cE.osen Careers. Guided by Mr. Green, the officers planned irrterestirtq rrreetirtqs. President Mary Rerrthart rssisfed ry: Buxriy Alien, vice riresrderrtt ltr ly Erilirrrqlttrus, treasurer, flltil Mary Turrtv-r sesrct try. l7xr:u.ty ::.' glgers Lf the xxrrtcus :Qur.fy 'nc 1 were 1'1" A srefrk 1' thgs qrzuri lletgrr, glgteg Qrgzz. ':.1'.'e ':,::tr:1.:,' 'g:,. ED BY President Don Close, the Bible Club had a very warthwhile year. All of their aaals were achieved. The tarerriost was the support of a Gerrnart orphan. To da this eajh 'xerrzher Contributed a dirrre a week. Marty rperscns spoke at the rueetirtas, Th,-ft .iluded rr.ir.isters, ycunq peoples' leaders :nd fcrrrer students. Mr. Rrehl, the srinrtrtr rve Qrz. 1I'tSI'1IlI'.CJ talk arte nrcrnrnq. lcyie Bxdell '.'r:e-prestderpty Elegrrrir l.'v'i,lf gretizry- ara llrve VV1:.sCQtt sera letrf- rzrei the "sg, "1 'rl prgqravs. TOP RCW: Shias, Griggs, Pnzltfn, :rk:rr.g', We-erner. THIRI3 ROXV: clrryre Cromer, vvrf1QHE'I, Ear.- 'id, Hirini, Edgdr, Abrdrns. SEC- 'Jf PCVJ: Dixon, Srhur-hrnan, Fzrmirifg, Puesse, VV'erks, Mrflnne, :rl-cr, FIRST ROW: Bfrsrlor, ii Qdfgf, Reinhart, Dietrich. TCF RC'-U: Ecckhirtz, Efxseh, uf'T, Eonkrud, Griggs, Wcerner, 'i'h, THIRE ROVJ: Sandwu, Luen- fth, Bcnsiek, Wgqner, Angell, ...nghius SP1lker.SECOND ROVJg xzri, Scbuchmzrn, Hedge, Crsrnez, zr, Lwens. FIRST ROW: Ships, 're Chzdwrck, Cdidwcil, miferA aspire fo excefince HE GOLDEN KEY, symbol of membership in Ouili and Scroll, was awarded to a few students on the Saga ana Courier Staffs. Entrance requirements included: excellence in journalism, high scholastic standing, leader- ship qualities, and recommendation by a pub- lications advisor. At its annual spring banquet, the club had a beautiful candlelight induction ceremony. It was then that new members were initiated into Ouill and Scroll, an international honor- ary organization for high school journalists. EMBERS of the Creative Writers' Club strove to achieve a better undersiandgng cf the various types of literature. Aided by their sponsor, Miss Esther Goff, members improved their essays, poems, and stories through group criticism and discussion. Officers Ruth Mclntyre, president, Annie O. Chadwick, vice-president, Sue Caldwell, sec- retary, and Larry Shles, treasurer, assisted in compiling "The Inklingsf' the club's annual publication. Ii r re Eighty-Five .w TZ? ROW: :V 9 ' ' - . 11.-' 7, E .:'g- Pe, Gr' ':':y E':r:.ff' Fchrieder, Q 1:51 'Q ' 5 f :, '.'.',Q.1 :': 2 f.fcK1r.xey, Etffrxgrf f 1. F: '.'.':r.s'i", E':?.r:,1'i DTH RQ'-'fx F' ,r g 5 er E::":?.f I. 71" ' I, f31f'5iI7, !f'.r:. zr., P 1' ' if:": 'r, Erususcc '.'.'1Q'1f rr: r., ?::,1'rr, F, Zill, Fle' T. THIFC P2715 ' '31-iffke elifirftr, 'ff 3 H ifizreetcr., Ulf :s:'r,A.r-':.i1 Q: :.r,, Rzetev, Kerr., K:e'f.'1:.fg:.:'.r fih-1, fl- z.. EECQT., f 3:.1g.- y, " ' I .5-.rigr Ff1:.l-ct, T' ' . ZZ fxljr, r:e.rC: 1, Fl :11.- f::.Zi'1.' 'fifgel l.-'T::, r. l'f?f'T PC'-'. : :Z:.eE, riff. 'dz' El, ' zrtg, A '11'k, I ' E ' H 7"'f'Df- V' " V- l'-- Vi" ' Aigk Czriafian fifanclarvb left lor lefferscrr City. Acccrripcriied hy Mr. Frees, they attended the Model Lef-Jislcittire. There the hcys rireseritecl the hills which they had C'lY1IllQCl cifter weeks ct iriterxsive reseurih. At ci corivertticri early iri true year the l-it-Y qrotiris frcrri the St. Louis District chose Ted Kolrrrrtzi to lie serqerrrit-ctrrtrrris Cf the Seriiitf, crricl ricritirtcited Gary Kriczrrilller Us the cciridi- clrrte lcr Goverricr from efisterri Missouri. lfcl Lerieclc, Gfirye crtrrrpriiqrr rrrrirwrqer, was in QllCIl'jff wt paste-r', "spicyrt'trtfeffii.s" fleriicrzstrz ticrie, rzzici qerrerixl vcte-qeftiriq. This Dftrcl iff, fci Gizry were elected qcverhcr by the ccrive' Ticzt. With the erifhtisriistic Suriricrt cf the Gcvez- ricr cf Misscuri fxrid Uri eczrly ixdicurrirrierrt cl the Gf'I.l?If1l Asserrihly, the Mcclel Leqislcxtizre :net fir txvrf fiwys. The gitirricse cf the "Yci1'l'i iri Gcverrirgerrt' iicvertierit was tc give high schccl hcys experience :ri stfite qiverriztiew, ii cl-i-'11 tirflerstxrgdirnq the Gerierril As eezrihly, ftrgcl fgirth irr Clerzccrucy, Alter Such ci vcilucihle experience the Norrricirrcly boys felt thcxt they had heeri richly rewarded fir rictrticipcitiori iri Hi-Y. Grwernor Gary Krzamillvr and his for the Model Legislature. if .4 4 , 4 is X flclvgmtton learn r--5 Gh.l',, JI ZF, 1 1 1' . 1 :Q 'I rzfzzzyx 111. Iii. --JT f Y 'IW 1 " .' 17, ff- :nu F .,f, 1.111 Z, H F1111 T11:p H1111 3' :, wk T.1:11': kt'111::,' FCYRTH RQ'-'.': K11 13 1' CT1'.:1. Hrlfi, fhkkis, F1 zzjg, C'1 Y ur. 14-V Rfb- fir, 1.:CExr.f1, M1 1 "1" THIRI RCW: Fl?-1i6I,v11vl111'III f 1v1:- Al1ffr., H122-.'t1, Evrffrf L ::1.:z 1 " TVL1, f.f:1t11if3Qy. 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Participation in the Youth and Governrnent Program at lefferson City was a thrpll and great experience for this group. Their eight representatives actively participated in the Model Legislature. For their regular rneetings, they inviifpd special speakers. Captain Schurnfrker gave '1 talk, "Safety is Your Business". A ferr er :- tive of the Red Cross talked about hygiene 'tra social relationships. The main service prciect eritertairmrii, a Childrens l-lame. Here they planned a Hallo- ween party and had fun fer all. The girls did much gcca '.-rcrk and furherea the high standards of TTI-H1-TIT. They deserved tc wear the that sicca for feuq.-,'sh1p loyalty, and the derriccratc vfay cf lli 1 NT!- '1 .1 x 1 F' '11 QFUOI' IOQP 0I"l'l'l:5 lfI'lCU'lg JQPUICQ5 N 1xTP11v111Y 111111 e DK 1 110115 1115 fll C 1 1 TR 1 1 IJM, ww 116 1 II c1 1 1 1 111 Nu y hfm 1 1 T1 E- 1 ,. I 1. fi if 111.1 , T1. : il" 3 .. f' '. 1,-A f1"11':. 1.:.1.: 1'z 111 :-1 H IQ' P111'f1 1' ' I .'1t 51.1 , Lf ff 17. 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RCW: Tlredzmfgl Luft.:-'ri,:h, Szrrpkez, He::1:ger,Bgggmd, Hf5g.QfI,yc1, Enya, 31,15 Q-,fygqgggw j, FIFTH Rljfw 'Svzsy C::.f1e,d, Szzmh, Hxrtrtz, Ezkvz, I., Prix, ISe.e, C'1zr.p.bfl., Chwdwrfk, FOURTH Rffff: R:yf1eQ'j, L,l'I.?T!'21r P5:'1E.f:Q1 Hztrrfl, Aprdftf, Fzvrrz, Evzrr,-, Mxztzr., E.Qr2t. THIRD ROW: Grhsfzrz, Lfrxzrr, Crrrfrelfi, K, Firxl-ez, Hzzrr K'1n'z, Lf" 1vr', Pzg z1rir'Ec, Sgrikfr, If-rrrr. FEVOTII ROW: G. 1-ser: rn, Frrfzf, Gur.k'Q, Lzytfn. FIRST PCT: POZ, 'S wi ., I"C 2515 0l'l0l"Zf OU If an U19 PQI' Ol"lfl'lQl"1f C BH CHQSEN CI rrrerrrher of the Orche-sr: perforrrrcrrrces, euch clurrcer trred to Cfktfdlllflif' 'wus cr qrefrt horror. During rehefrrszrls, the UGI Iuoveruertts with those rf her QYOUPT- durrcers trred to crcqurre qruce, poise, Uri rhythm. Drrected by Mrs. Eleurror Douqlcsa this wus frrr outsturrdirrq orqcrrriznrticrr. Cftrfgere at the qrcur, were Priscrlcr Couch, rzreerderrr- Ierre C-fcedet, Audrey Swor,cci':, crrqx Nfzzrgy Pufz. Nfh therr feucher they . the Chireiqrizrghy fcr the Chrrstrzizze Peay' ir:.ci t1.e Mizy Fe'e, usrrig their crerzixve ciizr. e e:r5e:r1r3Les :cr these gprcqrcruis. Reczhzxrtg that chly through rehectrscrl ccurgr they perfect techniques, the qirls worked 'Q to hfture fztter scrrcc.. Tc crchreve Srronth rcrsheci Jerre. Prix, and Nancy demonstrate good body coordination r P I Cl' Sf f sd ': i' 3 . 5 Q' ' . Q ' , 4 Q5 3 TCI.-I FTH R 'DURTH 'V' N Uarbifg lofayem earn Lffem X L 1!.QLl1 II I P PUFJGYTTFS grwved ibut qzrfs hav: IiQ'TIRKMEfNTS ffr :f1 Lngh 1:tWQf?11: czkflluy as iicys. To kit L- - .f Li frslxf itg this :lub Crfz Hill" " ' " "ff - -.-, T"1I511y .5 ' "ff A: ' 11, N,A,f!-yy I -- K1 1 411 kk f II .' Ig 1 s Q. Tir' :Bn Qi :Vis D':r.g,. Ifpgtf '::, f ihf Q-:ff BIN RFTKP' 57? '1'-A lf I H ,Q H- V- , H ' itx' rj Lfingi A' Ljlff. - v QT RC TCP ROW: Kri rg:-, Wi.:-rrri, Arr.- rrfw-.', Iirdrr., H' zrd, Flziser., 531132, ey, Pvirwn, SPQCNL ROVV: Sgiifidl, . Ftny, Tffflntyrn, B I fi F ic, Grngql, - f rvf r, Kunrz, Crrter. FIRST ROW: ' 'Srnrw rx., yfr, Mf rqfrn, W rits, Lrrrcl-' I, Hill, Swim- Qifr, Ti: ?ifr',' Rid,-fr' X K 1 ,giuofenfa acruire JLIK in rama ana! arf C PRODUCE better plays fir NCYf'I13Y,'i'f 'NGS the dirt. if The Didnt: flub. D1reC'ed ity Miss Vtfiikiriscn, the rrernieers presented twf cli-schcci pidys. Besides iedrninq how tc det, students dc- quired skiii in irppiyinq rnzke-ugi, hdndhnq iiqhtinq equipment, and huiidinq sets. CUB TQVJN, the rrrrrirr prcdrzctien, wnxs rue unique. Done in pdntcrnirne, it required tru scenery. The Cnst, ied hy Ruth Mcirztyre, dhiy interpreted their roies. This play wus enjoyed by hcth crduits Und students. SING ireiziive Utility, r erghers if Af S'.:1e'y .zrizde fre y fiery exqugsie Jewelry, and urpusufxr 'mater Celcrs. Assxstei by fhe spcnscr, Mrs. Heferr Gebhizrd, they pre pared fer the first GYLKLLQIZ Ari Fair. Mertprgers '.-fer. niizny dwirrds dt The Sehcizzs fre Mcxqdzine Art Shaw :it Stix, Eder, und Fuller. Cififgers were Ned Aifeifi, president Chfzriffss Deriefh, vice,-y,resLiif',:it, Bonnie Biker ssecretctryg drrd Giendhr Ycrty, treasurer. They superwsed rzrepcrrfrticns tor the Bedux Arts Butt. Using the therrre, "Underwater", it ted tured sed lite deccruticns. X 'ft FF'-' Y, ,. p., T-. .'3f"T f1- 'z, rr. -.. ,, 1' FETTTTII E"f.'.'4 r. ' ,, -.,,.v.'1 ' 1 .: Z' Y Cu, , M 'zf:':,I. " f 1 it Viv-' ..'v TH l?C'.'.': ll:zr1:.:Z :. Lf ::r:. "':r!-r, Pr!t:ri, Bzkfr, Wflls Korg'-7 Hussfll, G, l.rFl'sf, f :v'nrcz!, l. rvfriroert, l., Hzines, Hyrriin, Lu-n ..':.:3er: Russfvi '.'.':. C' ::' Rzrrrdufx, Brrxw, Burfczl, llxriorculos, Hetrirrger, Lrvis, Trufblnfwd, Hesalrrreyfr, Weeke, Putz, Schrriutz " ' sz, .-2.1, ::.' r, E rr -::.i:'r:1. FIFTH HOW: Whitney, SfUYl6ldGI, Shirfcr, GQ:-'-se::.1',, G-rst, Mrrshwl, Liripirz, Allen, Krebs, O'Le2ry I kin 'J-T-kc, Ftmzsr, Blrrk, Cirrcn, Griss, Frxeze, Miller, Hfrr, Brkfr, Fcrmfssty, Williirris, Hfzrris, johnson, l. 'S1r.. 5' :.'1r.'z 5'.-',lRTH HKJW: I lrriflon, Richtfr, Anderson, Vis-ckerlin, Brcwrt, Held, H'rrt'vg, Hiy, Gibbs, Meyer, Vetrf-, Wrlliirgs, l. 4..1us Gxzzfs 11- ,t-c:.::.:. Gin. Sillis Ccuoh, Krekeler, Foelsch, Goedelce, Smith, Grch, Hill, Lookzbill, Turner, Ciwthorx, Lipplerrrzn lirxdrz THIPQ RO'-'.': f:.::: Fzvf-ral, Willrrrris, B., Bunting, Ellermin, Kaufman, Pchlrrgzn, Eonzrnr, Gunkel, Lockner, Orhnizn, Wrlligrris, P. 3.14 Link, lseu '.'.V.!y, Hui-rr, Tzylor, Hiahfill lines, C'rrter, Leqqe, Mason, Hurtenstein, Cwwthori. SECOND ROW: Egrrxes, Odell, Lrrte H1 fa fn-.',-err, Y iff, fl. xl, Kriser, Allen, Low'-sch, Hrrris, Whit rker, Spoenezrtrri, Eflf, Mzttrrugly, Ev'-rr-tt, Kurtrz, Errrriister, Burnley, Htrrtl'-',' Le-I1'.'f.' V1:rts.s, Vfzrrs, 1.--VM'15, Vlcrfgzr., W':"sdwrrd, FIRST ROW: Rayneld, Spillcer, Exyer, Hrnn 1, Yorfy, G., Kill-rzrzeyet, Luergstrofh, Lruii fri: .rendgci-c,Crz:i1e.d lR1XfTI'. f 0,0 Cbdpfdyd JCAOOK COAPJ HE AIM of the Pep Club was to create and rnaintain school spirit at Normandy. To do this they planned to sit in a group at all games. Red and green, the school colors, were used in the "shakeroos" which they waved as they cheered for Normandy. Iudy Kolkrneyer was chosen presidentg she was assisted by Gloria Yorty, Pat McCann, and Lynne Laufl. At the meetings of the club they planned ways to cheer the Vikings. The cheerleaders wore green Bermuda shorts and white school sweaters. One girl, chosen as leader, directed the Pep Club in spelling "NfOfRfMfA-N-D-Y". Alter try-outs, nine Senior girls were chosen to be cheerleaders. Tliey were Barbara Hayiield, Ian Spilker, Ioan Bayer Martha lnltrrirtr, lane lnteristroili, Wtllrrza l'lar:: Grace Pt1r'e:icli.:l1 lilly Canfield and Dlfll.-7 Dixon. Sponsored ky Mr. llf lw'-rt lseVJir1fer flir- Peg Club helped to Steer the Jr" 'l sir is 3. Slgl for whrcl. Ncr::.c::.dy h :Qi gtxirgcl f 1. ,uggl Cl1t't'I'l0l!flt'I'.f imap tfwrftlwtw of the Pvp Club xcrezrrriing fc-r ni 5 L L B It f... Q f- ,vc ,-. Q , .,.A. .. X r., ..... . U , . ,.,D,. , o... ....-5 -..Q z rganizafiond laroui e Jlaecia deruicea CMPQETZ charge 3 'l.e dir? :..,,.,r. E.l.Fl'JIltJG te idse did develop pictures piiure edu1prr.er.t of the school '-V213 ds- proved iiteresxng dnd informative to stud- s1qned to the class Lf. 'Usual Aids. Supervised ents enrolled gn the photogrdphy cldss. Cther by Mgss Egestgne Long students learned 'o techniques stud1ed'.-fere print processing, photo operdie il". prcjecifrs :z iophores, did tdpe composition, dnd sdlon rnountinq. Pupils were recorders. instructed by Mr. Robert Hoestketter. The Vgsudl Ads Depizrirzperrt hdridled Beginners spent rnuch l1IT,-9 listening to lec- orders tor filrzi, idpes, did records. Althouqh tures dbout proper proceedures. Advdnced stu- riidjor repiiirs were done by professioridls, the dents proicticed the methods ledrned in cldss. ECYS T1-iid? Yflliir i1dJuSTi.f:fLfS. lNCTl'f1YlCJ be' They hdndled most of the pictures for the Sdqcx lliflil SCENES, 15931 QHV2 7'IAUCl'1 SGrv1Ce to the find the Courier. The stuffs of both publicutionf: school. The group provided sound equipment dpprecidted the Work done by the members ot lor dssernblies, proqrdrrs, dnd plays. the photography squdd, lffr' RLU' i .111 :1 r, Mcirzt lf, 'Jil Exrz zrrr. lTZ'l1 1, " SSCCHI Rlvfff PZ ft ' V ...t. 7:14, drill' ::::., .. -1, : :,,,-T P r., K-11: ' f ., . . II . L., ce' ,1-I." ': . T 2 Y' 4 " ifssr ef 1 Y Mr. Green and his rrsxistmzts carefully check rr!- lcnriancc records. Lhrllwu 2' , I" I,-.:.:,3 .. -rg fr-vfwv ,H-fy V -- 54 Q , -.-7.57 ,, r.. .. -'f ..., ...M MI . .....-, . ,.., .HI 'sas QIZQICECQ '.'i:Q3i:Els sxfsrisriss. ,-'Q . . . . . . . V vf- msn -rn -'f-nfv-- -,vff ,AAHM .V J., .,.., .,,.,-.As...- H..- . ,-,r,.., .... .....- -ev 13434 .pi ,LAHAQ wp, .sit -.mi Q, rr A, s.ss.s.,.i.ss ., ns. lA.i,,s, "'s ' A " K i ' A iiyi1.1':iis. '-Q" "W" sl WWII .',:..z 'CU '..Ks, . . out Qicclcs, sirirzqhisisd the sh-,fuss l LING served Us crll-czriurid liazzidyripsn. Qtliers Clicsi to frssist Mrs. Rifrlil, Pilnrq, printing bulleinzs, find running frrrzids wrrf SOIHQ Cl the duliss of lllll'1Sf SlUflFIllS. Thus tliese psrscns crccsptsd qrczzt responsi- bilities cmd Carried out their tcrslcs efficiently Grd willingly 0 Ul'lfQQI"5 0 QI' UCI, MCL 6 Cl,155l5!CLlflCQ W ffrf' -X -s s s- QQ- -if , 1- M I 14 f mf f A un ld .J I5 99 I I Q x 'f' P fi- '.', zz-1 ':.1:: fl' ..,. 1:.. YI- : fy E:..1:.1-1, M:'3,:L1 Q31 Z t-I F Qr:,:.:' ::.' 'fL:.' ' '.'.,: If t I l r Y.f'K".Z,- ,' if V Q' IA' 1' L x 1 r .fr VEST Fifi, ' K Cl Q UOLCQJ en ef' Clin if U en 0 g W f ' f f ' l af i A of HE BUYS Chu-us, d1I'ECTQ-Ci by Mr. KSU- C: Ncrlxpcuidy Mus: .A.SSfQC1fITlCN CTCI 1 he rx-Tri, yerffirrzeci 'xt SCYIOOE Qssezliblies and Vsiergzns' Day Assetgliiy ,mai the PTA xerilruq V1cqr:,:::.s. The group erxtertfuried fit 1:9 wlxch was hid 1:1 April. Tx-:Lie Q1 week ihl sirgers :LA-X kiefc Tim linux' C'11m'ux 7'i'1H'f1I'NUN I1 Frmi Waring flrmngc- ,NK M A- X 1 1 ,V K v - , Yr.,f1n:v .UP f WYE ,.,H'I' . llfnrfl mn HI .Q, . ,, .. , fr, ' . E.hEB:1,3.T1f.G Y y:r.3',' 4 e:r.',' 31:5 ph., 1:.1z--'x 'f sg r ., ,,. 'f,:i:eri5. True J., . ., A ' .-ry eeeg grip fvrffsiq ,. v A.AA e, T , AL, girls El9'f'E21 Kfxy " "Q 1 G B fi if 3' M if ,,,,l,.Y Q The Choraletres spend murh time preparing for muxic' performfzrlffs. Grefh 101, 9 '-'h "'f 1-3 I' f fx 'Jeri' ':fff?fjfl'xl?: i,':':k'5r'2 1 'fr 'hf 11 3.1lEI.f,--YF. Shim' mfg SfUff'j1'1l t':f Q-'1:.q+frs f,'rIfOIIIl5d 'z the ffhr1gf?::J.5 he .J fffurylhq llqlfe candles, they f',YfZ."'i f: dnuhie y,rff:e55ic,:x:. hue cmd sfzhq "D',I4f.'Z Nchie Pfifielzf. , V , . . ettee dressed 111 whmf rmmsee 'md fx The Muslff A5.sf,fg1':T1f,:1 Cffmcert woe px-gf skirts. They sfmq "Into the Night", "I H.-md CI sented 111 Mfzy. Pu Thls pfmqrcxm, the Chcmi Forest Prc,1yi:1g", ghd "Def,11eg1 Lqjyd 195115, 2 CA0raLffe:5 ceggrafe 0urfA anniuerziar 1 , . -I I lie I-l +,,g,fw.g Q .4 i bln bm' nm-2 U1 K' s- ., , V.- z., :..,.:. ' L., 1, . -,.. .' L.. , . ., I I I Ol' lflfl 9l"QIj.'5llfQ QQ? 0l"l'l'lClflCQZ5 Par The P.T..l.. CE. :.. X iff' J., ii? Nilliiil ,rx he 2 fzpgwxs 3 1'-' fflfif ie Mgxiii fhiruff fhtms jreSe:1'+C: 3 1 Iflzilllw .lmn 1,-gqglj gfgpgfia ' " " + f'l'.LlS1Tj'I. :.ug3jq.y- hy LCH15 P':g'2:.d1:Ei TI. f1'IIf',1f',f, If-1' fig fjjly gQf',Q41yJgj3 from 'If Bllflj 11 fy Cf l'1fl!1S'5 birfh flu' if iffflrgr-'1:.i5 lil 11 'f-Y '.-J'-1-f iuyg my Q Qfflrr- L , TE." 1'1f11. S1.EI.' Nag. f:.q1m..'1 A gy fy gH..Q1f.,. FNQFIV Tftfg At the and of I'f'flCfl7'NU1, c'hrn'u.v mvmlmrs Ieclrcf for f-las D' :11,1.' I, 11.5 I,1"Q4f B' ,I If E' " .:',' i 'Y A I., r ,.,,. V yt: . ff. I1 :ty 1 1 H :rg .rw B A f ff. ' ' .- fmlwf If.'1'1' fl.: .,. uf ..,-fi-is . f .. 1. 'JV f. gr' .rx 11. Ifex' .,:3y,: B'fE1'f. I -5 G+ by T111-kyzf. Taq. ' -y -v Q :VTk - -F BAY.- Til' ' L '," .. 'fx' ri' 1 04. 'ff' v"vl" 0 m'J fem l.Il1l9l'0 ue fr! a 'T V .,. klyn, . .n Ur.: . . ' ' M1 K ' f f 1 zrify, cuj hr C' k ,. is fi H iz. :kv hs! xg:-f',' ':.'1'h f iihirs Janet. Willma. and Mr. Kennett rhoose the music for tlw Y Chorus. 'C QI Juf ' Thrs : LLQI fx, f,rrgr.t.1zt': rggffffid 'fery :ug gale chiefs. Vfrluzrzz Hn? kgegrrrxe the IfTEFif dem, 11:19 I.:r.2t br irrhefirzfr waxed us fha SGC!-E' VERY uuportcxut yur! of the Musrc D X igzry. Vlith th+f ciuvf If r, they s+lf-M65 fhQ ruusgfg pcrruricrrt, the Girls' Chorus was dirGCTQCi TG he uswi ky us. Rnuhzrrzq Thur 541.1-c:1f1:4siCf':l hy Mr. Arthur Kennett, QNQ of the lrzrqest vocazl :music wwf 5 rf-ifirrffi ly rzgf st '1lld1'f'I,'fLS, they 'QP .l.. "3-c :rg C WQIFI Q " 1 ful ,, ., V ' . C. 'Q' f0IlQ flfldglg v- V s r:. ,e .,., Ziff, ie ','e1: Cnr' ' 'hx' rr ' 5 Sr.C"J , Queer. Y' Hgh' . Pfr If t':.rf,rfs, frrry ':'3'gf,:r.- 1.3.3 Ly Mwry .Tffi rr. 'ff Girls 'Qhcrus rrkqxdxll Music A3322 jk J 1J ECL X H Members of Gzrls Chorux prrsent a YDUCZKII program fhey zlfrrrq two fumes from Hy fair ,r . geleffreris were 'I Cculd Hove Dizneea -Q Tlrgrzt' and "Qu the Street Vfhere Yeu Lrvef Lcrer 111 the spriiq, the Chcrus ff1IYTfC1DUf'?Cl smiq Vfere dau ere? 'r 'hw Spetrixl KJCCTQ Music ASSQU1flY, TC FX- Heridrrxq wrfh 'he rte'1u11frr1 press the qrurrdeur and sclerrirxity ef Buster merrrcrczb e pererrzrurrcc. ,,....-. . ,V r 'I 11 A, F. ,f,. I F','.',' 7 I ' 2 :':.'f T1 I . . , .. 5 V x9lflJ!I'lll7lQIflll16JfJ C0l'lCQI'lfI'd!Q Oil loolau ar and cfazidica muJic QMPOSED of the twenty piece String Eri- seznble arid selected rr.e::,bers ct the Senior Band, the orchestra rehearsed three times a week. Director lean Rayburn chose both popular and classical music tor public presentation. Besides appearing at school programs arid assemblies, the orchestra played seasonal music at the Christmas Festival. The arouy, also provided the musical accompaniment tor the Orchesis and Saga Court at the May Fete. Durina these performances, members tooli their cues from concert mistress, Mary Bensiek. From the concert orchestra, smaller stririq ensembles were formed. These qroups con' centrated on classical and chamber music. Notable selections performed by the orches- tra durina the concert season were "Rhapsody in Blue" by Georae Gershwin and "Oklahoma" by Richard Rodgers. THIRI ROW: Mwsh ik, Uni rrzd, Murfsch xl, Lukz 1, Krarrior, Thin in dy, B :sf Q1 r, L iult, Hiitchf-rscri, SECONIL ROW: Hans, Bacon, Cwfr rrri ni r K rzif, 'f'fr"i'1rr1s, Bensick, Tucker, Krabliri. FIRST ROW: Bensiek M Hanqqf i H P ge On Hundred S v RWE., 21 ,. 0 J' I v , 5. ,Jr J eg f .'- Q' . In 2, Rn.. Q- fljff 9 .ui-4 .,. V '.' il, 1 :nl - Y sg- ar' f f ' if iff. 7 B f-,Q fn -. - - 573.1 . M. . mi, 0 N '14 v' . 4. T ' gif.. fm - dc, 3 1. - .., .i 'S A.,,,f, . wx: an Q. .1 - 5" Xi 5.1, . H . R R ,'.. .HA v r shfxg HOLE ' fy '- ,Aug UVIQI' .....M. - -4 ., .. .. ,. J. , .. . f-- -- ,X A,,r',', 'Q 5,131 ,311 5 U -gg . v fa' .2 'flip' M "PLZ, ,ifyzu , ' ' :Ig iq Ihfu 0011.17 :fri qw .1hf,uf'-iff-:z mt nie Q' zqqulshi-C1 ll.Llfl.lI. 1 :Lua +I. ry THQ sif.1QH5 fx? fL11'kWr11.q f1:.,1 ,uqh'hQ I1.1I."ihI.f1. the f-imuf., xyxr. ning thrf 'frm,.1.W ul U4 ff lr'llllI zmwrzy. llwlf 1x 11111 Il Jlrlfffm. I 1 1 all Ill HU fill flllll Ulllf -11" 1 1 5 1' H11 IO 1 w1 1 1 1 1 :'..:1.1,1k1:.f '12 1 I1I f 1 11,111 . 1 1y11 1 1:16 .r4' "1Vv V .Q ' -"fI"f. :mystery S1411 , 11 , 4:11111-1'--' 1 V- f1:111f'- .11 large St'f1l'Ut'7' II111'1'c.vt Q11ew1. "" '1 I I reef ofa! Zfien ,fi Crfge ,, ,e"' Biology ifzsfzes 'Lck ',e1. fx Trp The St. Lou1s Zoo, Ledvgrq s:h:oQ students edderly looked fore 'Hiffl to the frip. As the boys Ulfd qirls bodrded The busses, he f2',1Tl.6IS gdve them idst minute instructions. The life fzrpd hirbits ot mfrny in- teresting ',1ItlIIrf1l3 were studied. Atter returninq to school, the students hdd rnony questions to frslc their instructors. Ftepresontotirtq Austrfrlifr, severol Norrnrrndy students dttended the United Notions Model Assembly. This Assembly wcrs held crt St. Louis University. Topics discussed by the representa- tives included: Admission of Red Chino, Atomic Enerqy Agency, ond Disdrmorment. Exe cept tor cr two hour recess tor supper, the dele- qcrtes were very busy throughout the eveninq. For the second yedr Normondy celebroted Veterans' Dcry with rin dll school dssernbly. Eager Biology students leare school on I1 fl trip to the zoo. Guest speakers told the qroup whot they be lieved Vetercxns' Doy redlly mectnt cmd why we should be proud to be Americans. Members ot locol Legion Posts ond oil brdnches ot the Armed Forces were ctlso quests. The Chorctle ettes ond Boys' Chorus presented A PRAYER EOR PEACE. lt wds cr very impressive rind rriedninqtul crssernbly. Connie heads Normmzdy'x delegation to the model Otren Seaton presides at the impressive Veterans Dau United Nations. assem bly. .N 1'-fi sg. lJOCl.ll C'0Il1H'li,f00 ufor 5 1 V wg.: ': . ,A . .....- W ' f VY' nf... ,-. M 3. ..:- nm ,.,...,.I ...J . . f , ' U. .. ' . hui, ,v . H ':1uz:.m, LIIIU il :f1Q5 any x:.nf-'1 . f' Bi In Zhi- Lgazzgfq 5f1l'i'-IHS iif- 'r' 1 ' .I ' " ' ' Tiff km g :r :fi , ., ' B my 1,9--.,, . ....:.'5gi Huff 1. Quo.- .: :' A -g 'ID' Student L'c,11rx':11 deign. J :.g,:m:1.s 1 -Y v- f" ':,,""'5. - H, V , -4.-i cgi' V umly the :4,1111y1L1::. The N.:tfh:,1rqi '-'J-,IS . .V 'g:'5i:l'f,,, ,fb , , ,, ,,.q,,, . D, In Ci HH,,, ,",1r4."I , XAJW-LL, . if:fi5V..,An,. .A.A .gut ,L .., . .. . , .. Thr. iff .Ut gl xsn--.1 zzmviie H' ' st ry an-qeefki' alll.: .ydg zL ki fhxxhxgtfrs fm I-1k,r..1ry gg . Aflding fl .vpcxrls to IM' !'I4'!'lZU71 mmgmzqn, stu' rlcfnts fry for rolex, Loolxzny rmlmrzl, Jrmn Hagar 1'c'c'ezz'v.v IM' C'V'U1l'7l of Iiumavrmzing Queen. 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' 1 . xl f :QE . if , I I ,ri - A, .5 X Ir' x , in Y' - V X ' f r 0 , . f x , RL av fr 56 I -.K .4 X' .A 'Y Y I A X Q x x .3 I , txm, 1 V f , .. 14 " 'W 1 1 Q M . ,N x l, Q xv X 'Q f 1 "-'Nj' . Alf ,S ' T xx' Qi L nf .nf ' 1 4 5 1 if 4. , L, ,,,. . T3 A40 PS ZR 151: ' 'W ff' "i 7' K- . ,, ,,, , .f- z ,H g I ,, AKC' 1. 1 1.1, ' -, J .X W Q ' .4 fxrm, 1 ,- Jan-14" y '7f, ttf 'EL - Qi fxfv 5" f ,--- -A .. T ' " ', c Girls tiring tlieir farorite dates' to the I3acl:if'a Dance, rtl s Delores and Jim prepare for Final E.l'fllft17lflll07l-9. In unusual liars, the Boys' quarter entertain: at the Valentine Dance. Varied efpresxions slmir interest in irrestl meets. ing On Orientation Day, Frexlinien risit the Senior Iligli Svliool. fAe Jociaf cagncfar ft variety it activities filled the winter rirfrths. Vifrf-stllria meets, basl-cetlnall Qflllf'-5, and dances qave lun and relaxation for the husy Norrncrndy students. Bath the Backward: and the Valentine Dances had outstanding features. Te the terrner the girls invited the nays. This was C: welcanie change. At the sweetheart dance, the Boys' Quartet provided the entertainment, As the end of the semester approached, students heqan ta study far "Finals" Every availahle rninute was used to prepare for the tests which would he the Clirnax at the first half ef the year. ln February, the Freshman class visited the Senior I-liqh. On TI tour of the school, the visitors saw the classes in action, As a hiatt- liqht et Qrientcitian Day, they were entertainfj-'i ft' " sneaiftl rissewlly .4.-WN.. .,t..1 . 1' 9' f , f WOI"ll'lClI1LQ la47l1flJl"0 UC05 .5 906161 JAOHL5 ',','1if' .1125 , Sf 4 ., 'PS :1f.' .. .. ,, 1 :j1.3D'-1' 'QYSLTI . , The Bes'::B1f1: ,, J, ,, Q .,,. 1 .. H1313 fhzv: 3:19921-3 Qzrpj ST "wi .5-1, 5135121115 'x 113 IVi'.QElf' '1f.,H" in 'T' 'K V Tlx A: ' 1211. SQZTLE ff fha CIQYYQIYT Bri113'.-.1 :y rfhgzf- M-IVEV' 'V l 71' 31+ 234 'sgjefi thc 3211.1 11-if bfflfff ' Les. The S1 111:15 Pwgtrxq if F1511 Ii UV rv - - El 1 the Mcgthers Club featured the , ,1 .ty P- - ,-, . A A, .- A, Q r:,:Q1x.fy r gf: 1 :gf Lgfr :J.," rr.: Ncmxcmdy students Quia 11.031515 H 1.1411 1 V A A . ,, 'wfiefx fur. ffl C-'J?f'y'f,I.:?, 11111.-nf' Ir. rstcdels. Althouqh Clctrurzq for 11.1 zigxgfmf, ' 7 . ff' ' Q 3 Y r .fwfr ' 'L s' gf?-111 wus shrfwn, the wfdamq dressw 'NEIL Cf :Spf 3 Vt fm m1 H1 Y' 11 A If MG ' '11 I 1,1111 i11te?1f'-sit, fiflff2r1i2f,i by thr- fwvlllty 111 ixxzik-T1 fzll. For lim .w0HH'7'N' f'IllIP -f'lIN1lIfIll .wlmffy Xrlvzry PHI f'0fEd Dll?1f'l'TS help prvsvnt the "Best of Hrm1d11'41y." modvjq H 1,7-M411 QUIVII Szraying to Hazraiimz music, Willma dances at the News Bug Beal-1' The faculty shows the Hi-Y how to play basketball ili .TX 5 - 1 f After dinner, Nan and Don discuss their problems, lnifjqfeg lem-H hgzr 10 beg-Omg gogd Vilfiylggtlgg An Cngivzccr fI0n1m1.wrr'r1res the nznlfirzg of .wynthvtic At the Prom..I1n1iorx and Seniors dance in an "Oriental rulrhcr. Garden". 81710146164 occcwionfi ferlninafe dclzoof gear ,Q-f Y ,,m,,f .,I, ,Q .,1-f I .- -ml, gf'-Y' At fl 'V ,U Zfrxf . ., A Uwx 4,,. Errly 1: AN' 'Pu Drgztx "Q Y I mfr. . ,I+ limi" 'xl A ly, 'The F4114 1 ly Fifi YY' rt fix fx Erik: f'fI."dY, 1 zlii ff fx ffl: kph hwfi ,hxliirr rw gf i1ff2ri-ri' I'I'jl'I1 'md If fm ' A .. AV. 41- 1,,,..'.1, W--F, -, , . 4 4.-ff - i AA-A- ---' J ,, J, - "5 g :yy gzwgsizitg 1:5121 . "Hel 'His ye :A : f 3 , Ve Xvrlklfl-22765 11. red tlisw jirlg hind bEEI'. 2utgt':r.Ti1r1 B,.I.,,1 Girls S5 Q. I 1' " "2 11115 13 fillsa "S 'I J Sit :iii 351' ' CQ .,r1f:'f'.'far 11-V-V .. W . A M11 .mic . 'i'x:'f.y G Q11 y C1 wr TH ' 1. ry'1Qb' f Mmm -1 uf-yr "1 qu.. ,J A "1'Qv"k3 'f "'i 4 . -fl l ..,. . ., 'I as Mizs' .-,..,. Qhn ,5...x.d ..,, A' 'brim' NET up. 31' f-N AA.,, TCKYDI' wftiem' Dfw, iv MAJIM G, DQ' ...Cl!' ' f+ HAIVQV VNV-Qfq fr r r- YK XV' Y hd . wx .. -nn V R, 1 CWI Yflffl' 1" fil ' ' ' 9 ':"YQfIlIl5Tf.f1, ffm ., . 1 VV. ,ml 1C'5fI,1 ag jefe clelyicfd .jdrfijfrg in fAm,, vivvtttl vftm'1'vrwttts tlvptvt IM' wilm nttmci nt lflttz' rlfftrtr ttws gyfrftwrlltr' mnttmtx rn xltmr jt'f1Imt.vIt4 'Urrrtltfi tlzqrltttfx ttmlvy bntuttfnts nt lltf' "Fira Imrttw' lrl The Spring, Ncrrr'.andy's thcugh's furr.-33 ic the May Pete, a spectacular that hors heccrzgc a traditzcr. ci campus. The students scci loega: to 1-:cider who would he the i957 Sage Queer. and Kmg. For weeks Mrs. Eieanir Douglass d1rector cf fhe Crchesis, planned new, unusual dances. Then came the hard grand cf perfecting techniques and polishing performances. Finally the hig day arrived and the lorzg practices were put to their test. Not only did the Orchesis perform at this event, Co-ed dancers and the regular dance classes helped to entertain the students and their friends. All the dance groups were ao- ccrnpanied hy the concert orchestra, directed hy Mr. lean Rayburn. Using the theme "Artistry in Rhythm," the modern dance groups created routines GDDTOA priate lor the colors oi the artists palette. ln- terpreting the music, Audrey Swoboda, the Harlequin, introduced each dance. Colored lights helped to bring out the theme. Arnontl tlge more outstanding numbers were the follow' ing: "Yellow is a Lady," "Sophistication in Purple," and "Ritual in Fire." Dressed in loright yellow costumes, the Sen' ior Orchesis danced to Oscar Hariirriersteins "Many a New Day." Portraying gossipy and lhghty wonierg, 'Yellow is a Lady" was well liked. lr. purple ocsiurries a Sign ot sophistication of I'CYQ1lf'I' dzzricers depicted another color. Tip s 'ails and cr.i:'1'is added variety fc the -. S"r'l11s'1c'r11c: in Purple' sfnrz 1. I fvfry' fix wlif.. fitt- rri-mi. ' ' .:y:t13'f Arfirry in lifytnrz. 1. " 'hfrffi f'r Thf firxilf. Th. V thf . 'grftil Mfiy PM-' ,V V! !9OlJllAH" .fhl,C!Qllf5 Jerue I1QlU Il'l0llClI"C 1.5 7 UI LF LI' X51 I-x IIN NILI XL! II 3 T I IUNX IIIXRPN I i IN-XC XINFS md XKPSI FX I' XSPH ILIJX NIOIN YN 111cil1l'NNISISl'NX SI fx' I ,S U, All HI 'FJ .IUY ' . I,."'z1m1, .I , 'Q LIN C ,K x 1 I A - 44 ' I Q I , l . HI IU VJ ,' ', L-.'2 Sf , X I 1 .,' I If .X I3.XIiIi,XIi.XiLI'NKliI.a11cI" .' "' .- f.'0S ' V ljflllglllf IUC UIUOI5 ,l 410 ff Xiu' M IOIINNX XNILJXIU HHN X 0 l U Q K 4 Q5 f f ,SJ koi!!! n I . Y WILLIAM BARNETT JANE I,L'ENSTROTH if v , fr . ..'I2AYI'fI-I Qlfl ICLIICQ ill? Czourf ,95- ,VJW 'df K-J ,V DIANF DIXON DAI E SIC MLND f,,,,.., E gwqm, CAROLYN C.-XNFIEI.D ED I.I-1.-XSCK 2 .SCC g Cl Qu 0011 yljiu nrfl N1lL ffrf 711 g,J by 'ir 14" 'ffl F' it KP' JUDY BAKER Harvest Queen JANE LUEKING Bcuul' Arts Queen JOAN BAYER Homecoming Queen 3' ' V ,V QW 5, W . Q , , , f fo " K K ' f - , Q 'bf Q ,1 " X ' , N 13 I 9 1 . 5 S L 1 ' , DICK OWENS BILL BARNETT Snon' King Backzrards Dance K4 emonagfied cafif rogaffiiflzoueffefi , . , , 5 , 1 , '. . -, , '. 'f ' ' A A . "- ' fl -'-'- 1, .lr 'I-,, W 9 ff 9' X xr' . f w ', . my ,, 5 W J T as fx, . ' 1 Ji "' W W .4 44' S' Q QT , 12" " 'wr ,,q,, , x , ,Q f 'iii ,. ,f , ,, , yy ' , . I 1' Y ,f r .Q , I, Y Q .. f , 'M "" .21 f ' , -, A 1 4 H, I - - 4- .. 24 HARRIET WEEKS and RAY SCHMIDT MARTHA HANA Szreetlzearr Queen and King Lady Bug 1115 1 Q' '95 4: g - Mi: 1 s X ,Ny x ,gfif . xt 'I iii? 5- xxx, " ' - . ,sn x. I-.V 1,-, , ,., , , V- -72. -,tl nv 5.1. - - , . .. -I' '12-'ii -A A x ' -Almigis -1fGfS5iA..V,.E:.w5m4fs .f- . 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XQXX K PARE T-TE CHER ASSOCIATIO AIMS To promote the welfare of chrldren and youth ln home school church and communlty To ralse the standards of home llfe To secure adequate laws for the care and protectlon of chlldren and youth To brmg mto closer relatlon the home and the school that parents and teachers may cooperate mtellxgently ln the tralnmg of the chlld To develop between educators and the general publlc such unlted efforts as Wlll secure for every child the hxghest advantages ln physlcal mental soclal and splrlt ual educatlon F O H 1' I . , , . 4. , Y D 1 - 'zxf :rr vlfififffl ' wr my-fl z, Lenz Market Thpiflgffglocds MOOG IN DUSTRI ES INC 3501 Avondale EVerqreen 39073 Cool Valley Dalry Ice Cream Mllk Dcnry Products 1200 S Flonsscmi Ihckson 2 1166 COIlgI'allUldtCS REAL-r S Normandy High School BRUCE Graduates MSPCQELL HA 8 6400 6565 Wells St. Louis 14 Bra Wal Auto Body oesch Auto CO' Phone PArkv1ew l 3236 6180 Bertha Avenue at Morton . . Yfx fi ' we mpg: . 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Careers have a highly critical launching point, also. ln this day of intense competi- tion it is necessary for high school graduates to get away to a fast start, and keep climbing. To the senior class of Normandy High School we extend an invitation to call at our Personnel Office to discuss career opportunities at McDonnell. X' 'N-.L N IXXN Memo ELL , Mm .ifzzafacdnzfw AIRPLANES AND HEucoP'r:Rs . snows 3 ,no Manufacturers of Airplanes and Helicopters - St. Louis 3, Mo. P o H d Tr y F 4- --l--4k..j1--Al- 4-f 'lk41.i- 'll -ll-!l- ll- -QL 4- --ll V-O----I--JI----ll-Ji ARCADE LAN ES fi 1:z.., H'-Ez1'5f Kfr. 1':,1 E. Where Friends Meet Friends for cr Good Tirne Any Time "HOME OF ALLSTARSH 7579 Olive Street Rd. PI-lrkview 5-4498 University City, Mo. PERRY T.V. Inc. Eff 'isicn Elrctrcnir Syf -1 :lists Sinfc 1926 Foctory Authorized Soles ond Service RCA ond RCA Color T.V. Philco ond Auto Radio Specialists 3900 Iennings Rd. COlfax l-1033 Your best security is o home of your own Gibraltar Builders Inc. 8610 Natural Bridge Hllrrison 8-8243 Gene's Gulf Service Tirr-s - Gris f Oil f At'-'fisscrics 7920 St. Charles at Hanley Road HArrison 7-9566 SHOP AT. .. N a b b s Ma rke t 6506 Pasadena EVergreen 3 8931 8610 Natural Bridge Hansberry Cabinet Shop HArnson88243 Best Wishes To The Class of I 957 EXIDE BATTERY AUTOMQTIVE DIVISIQN When it is on EXIDE You Start RIXMAN INC Electric Storage Battery Co PHOMAFRIEND REMEMBER GOODY GOODY DRIVE IN 5900 Natural Bridge St Louis Mo F r M it or o Ste ikhurger -I T Q I Q ' . H H . . , . fN f' Q 'W E Ef Q V ci . . C u ., El : :I L:1HI'.::.'rc' '.1zt','-QL' Heres to Your Healthfe LOGAN BASIC COLLEGE of CHIROPRACTIC ENHOLLMENTS Ianuary - September 7701 Florissant Road in Nonnandy EVergreen 5-8880 LETS GO BOWLING I ! 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No Money Down IWQ Ioan you 1 fgfzr while work is icing zlcncl N IXON BROTH ERS, Inc. 2 LOCATIONS 2525 Klenlen EVergreen 1 1594 5023 Goodiellow COlfax 1 3434 Ph I 7913 Page Ave Pmkvtew 5 0095 har ware Good Health to All' Steven s Drug Store Prescrlptzons Our Specralty 6764 Page Avenue PArkv1ew 5 6333 Malts Sundaes Cones Dalry Queen 7910 St Charles Rock Road HOLIDAY HILL Fun for the F am11y Swlrnmlnq Sports Olymplc S129 I-col Sun De k Rldgg Go 9 Hole Cours Dm mq Range Mlm ture Golf Arcade Refreshments 9700 Natural Bndge at Brown Road HAmson 7 H90 St Louls 21 Mo DeSOTO PLYMOUTH Parts SALES Servtce O Leary McCIlntock Motors Inc EVergreen 1 9850 6300 Wells Avenue St Loums 14 Mo 'lf 'l"l"7?"l"l"l"Y'l' 'i"l"F'?f'l"l"74' 'I' 4"I' ""i"." 'F' PqOHd d'I'h a ' ' I ' a ' ' " . T I R t I .P ' I F D I y . N - I at s o 0 ' . - , ., 1 - - C ' - If 9 . ,V. ' 'a - . . 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Mo EVergreen 2-1200 Watch and Iewelry Repairing BRADFORD JEWELERS Watches 60 Northland D1amonds Shoppmg Center 6500 Natural Bndqe EVerqreen 16870 Iewehy Iennmgs 21 Mo Hhrnson 7 6206 Lyndhurst' Auto Parts COMPLIMEN TS OF KLUTHO DAAB INC And MO D E R N FO L D New Parts Wholesale Retcnl DOOR SALES INC 7923 St Charles Rock Road BUILDING PRODUCTS St Louxs County 14 Mo For Prompt TV Repaus Call Favers Radlo and Televlslon HArnson88949 l d T 8608 Natural Bndge 8865 Ladue Road Clayton 24 Mo PQ , . 1 0 l 3 I I t . . . RUIDWIYS , any make TV, Car Rad Q, Fc table i' Ccurtecus i' Eftlfient i' Goo echnician . 'I -O -H d df' ty it SHATTINGER MUSIC CO. 331 Arcade Bldg. 8th and Olive Sts. St. Louis l, Mo. School Supplies Fountain Service BEL - NOR PHARMACY Our large stock of music affords prompt mail PYGSCTIDIIOHS DGIIVGTY SGYVICG' order service and educational on approval 8406 Natural Bndge EVergreen 1 9002 Sefvlce A Friendly Place To Meet CUMPARI S PIZZERIA It s Stanley Hanks for B1CJ Paintinq Proiects 6240 Natural Bndge EVergreen 38708 STANLEY HANKS ALAMEDA Salon of Beauty PAINTING EVergreen 2 2717 5233 Lucas Hunt Road Charlotte Springer Prop Builders of Fine Homes 6292 Sullwell Dnve St Lows 20 Missouri Evergreen I 1840 L A Schaefer Construction Co 2800 Rldgevxew Dr EVergreen 3 0525 'T"?'?'?"7'?'?' 'T'i"T' 'Y"W' 'Y'?"7i"7"q' Pq o H fi ar tyO . . , . . . ,I ,. . ' ' I , . ' f , . . . . . . . . I I - 0 . ' V + -0- --ll V +V ' H XT 9-If 'Y Y .' - un I9 OI' ' ne .A-+4-+++Y+++++-a5i+i+++!:o7VA+fo- el- ll- 10- -4- -0- -ll -I- O --O--I--I--I--I-4 H W Y + 4- Gus's Market o 6317 Sl. 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