Normandy High School - Saga Yearbook (Normandy, MO)

 - Class of 1958

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Qn the athletic field, in the classroom or at the gymnasium, pupils gained new experiences. Winning many victories, Viking teams brought glory to the school. To provide college level training, Honors classes were established. As service groups, Qrganizations held meetings and planned worthwhile projects. Thus from all phases oi school lite were created the MEMOFHES CF l958. .,., """ i' 1 " J' ..,., , li f 'F L ' I! 'W X C21 0 of Go n fan is ACADEMICS ......... 4 ATI ll.ETlC5 . . 58 ACTIVITIES . . 80 STAFF Robert Klinqlii ....,.........,..,...,...,..,...........,.., , Coilfditors Mfiijoiif' Mf'G1nty ...... ,. .,,..... Douglas Barnes ......,... Business Manager loywo Iohnson ......,......,.............. Advertising Manager Miss Frances Rrewinaton ..........,,... ..... . . Advisor 9 Xi... 'fy . ,,, f - f'-v?'h , W, av 7' .19 V M 5,y,-e' K-.A - 1 H f , gk' Q J, , . 'L 11 . mg if xv. 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All the traininq we received will provide the basis for the future whether it be a career, a home or hiqher education. Long will be cherished all these memories. WAHI? If. HAHNIIS, IIS., M.A Siipwiiiiiwiidvlit UI Sr'hfxf.s Nvrmiindy Srhroi Iiis 3 QU 8119 O TO THE SENIOR CLASS QP I958 I am sure thai no araduatinq Ciass has been qraduated ai a time when The world has heini Iorth so many chaiienqes and so many op' portunities to and Ior youriq men and women. In movina into the "atomic age" a whole broad new vista is opening which wiII Cali Ior men and women oi vision and couraqe ii we are to Carry on the great American dernocratib heritage which is ours. The Torch wiII soon be yours io carry. I express ihe combined wishes of the admin' isiraiive staff, Mr. Bieckschmidi, IVIr. Sheehan, and myseii, for your complete success and happiness in the years that are heiore you. Sincerely yours, Wcird IQ. Barnes II, I'I,IIiZElLHiIIEAI. I, Mijl., H. SHELIIAN, HS., M.If. Azz.-in 1:11 Sur I mint' na- zu I ilfi. I: Administi :tive As::is'1iit I-Ii rn. zzmiy El -n- I 'str' A to !Ii-, Sug -,ririteizdifnf ,FW ., , P ' ii... N' I'1-J' Six OWTLCZHCJQ CS3CllOO!S TO THE GRADUATING CLASS The Close ot the school year rnarks yo11r entry IIITO a Y1Ch trad1t1on qraduahon trorn Nor mandy Hugh School To the Con1n1un1ty lt 15 but another event to you and your parents 1t IS the qraduauon The end ot one era rnarks the IUGQIDHIIIQ ot a other Wlth a set ot tr1qhten1na expenennes olleqe work and the armed servmes or rnar rlaqe The school your tannty ar1d church have trled to prepare you for that next step Most are well prepared a few leave W1thOUf att the necessary QUG11f1CC1t1OT1S Each knows where he stands Mr Bergmann and Mr Bhtz 1o1n me III h1d CIITIQ you Godspeed and 1r1 W1S1'11I1Q you the best ot luck We Wlll he watchmq w1th 1nteres1 your progress 1r1 the adult world S1nCerely yours C E Potter 'Q-,W I F POTTFR BQ MA nc unor H1 1h 3511 R' A QVIANIN At fl-'NIU C Ll tus c t N 1 P rar .vt QFLONIN ROW R T VN ll 11 cznners o zstmct 0 acres To the Class ot l958 There was a tune tn th1s country when eve 1 a whole day of hte was not taken tor granted much less water shelter and a sate n1ghts sleep Now by reason of a beauttful herttage we take these th1ngs for granted We not only accept unth1nlc1ngly the great need tor food sl'elter and clothlng but all the thmgs that make up a way of hte a standard ot llvtng and a pattern of secunty Yours IS a country of free men and women whose personal lrberty IS chenshed as a tunda mental rxght We have embraced the l1berty of thtnklng tor ourselves out of our energ1es and 1nsp1rat1ons Our true strength IS not 1n our machtnes splendrd as they are but 1n the IH gu1s1t1ve mdomttable souls ot our people To be that land of soul ts open to every boy and g1rl ar1d 1t 1S the one land of career that Amex ICG cannot l1ve w1thout To be a good Amencan worthy of the l19Tl tage that IS yours eager to p ss 1t on er hanced and er1r1ched IS a l1fet1me career stun ulattng somet1rnes exhausttng but always sat 1 tytng to those who do the1r best Make use ot the abundance and rtchness of experlencr whxch you have acau1red at Norrnandy md let 1t gurde you to new honzons To the graduattng class of l9h8 a challenge 1 presented to you to become a part ot h1sto1y to preserve and enhance th1s herttage for our future ge-nerat1ons S1ncerely Howard L Schulze Pres1de11t Board of Educat1on c . i I cser1qru111, Allxswn, St'l11111dt, l"lRS RO ': S mtl, Scl llzf, Mr'K'Z11'1 a 1 a f 1 6' Q 1 ! D ' . l . . : I ' ' 1 l +1 4 . - 3 v , . . Y - ,. I f ' , l- , ' ' ' , a ' ' , f 1 . , , , Y ,, , , , ' , . , f A . 1 , , . L ' , . .Q . . 1 1 1 - - 1 - I ' I I ' I ' 3 I L 4 I l I l I K l , ,' 'S , lu l , I V Y I l l , I l . '- 1 ' 1 Pttfxea FI1f1l1t M Y pecan zsts an HERBERT L GREEN DELCRES HCEEFL ER CSCHRTQK9 MARTHA HQFESTETTER BESS IAMES CHARLES MERZ 'L 'I L. .C 5 f, T'f ,E RUTH VVINKELMAN I f'f TJ 1- QNJLCC S DOROTHY MOSBY BEVERLY STEPHENS RAY TALLEY WILLIAM WEHKING LESTER C. WINDER Ros: Gcrrrghty, Charlrs Frees, Mary Gvrn Fergus. Bt ni :min Mttkrl, Rrlwrrt l.- Winter, entors of tlze cgocial cgjtucfres HE SQClAl. Studies Department was re- sponsible lor many achievements during the year. The aim ol the department was sumf marized by Mr. Charles F r e e s, temporary chairman, who stated: "The aim ot our departe nient is to make better citizens of all Normandy students in the broadest sense ot the word "citizen". ln addition the department attempted to give a good background in the fields oi his' tory, sociology, and economics to those stu, dents who will in the future have college courses in these tields." The following teachers were members oi the social studies department: Chairman, Dr. Bene jamin Merkel, United States History and Global Geography, Mrs. Mary Gean Forgus, United States H i s t o r y , Psychology, Contemporary Problems and counseling, Mr. Charles Frees, government, United States History, economics and counseling, Miss Frances Brewington, World History, publications and advisor to the Saga, Mrs. Ellen Hoerr, World History and Latin, Mr. Iohn Masterson, World History, United S t a t e s History and counseling, Mr. Iames Westbury, sociology, World History, and Gym, Mr. Robert Lewinter, United States Pc :qv Eleven History, sociology and counseling, Mr. Donala Heldman, United States History and World History, and Mr. William Battiste, Vtforld His:- tory, United States History and sociology. ld l Vv tl 1 y r mu s it 'nt on, r, in M 15,11 ifltwn, l.llf ri llwi Wlllirrrrt Bftttlstt, lirsn-rld Ht rx. m, trim sz 'rs -1 F B wi qt ll ' ,gig .325 aged students to enroll in the coiirsr-s offere- Clliffoid l,. 1Htv11v, William flvtrrtsz, l:t1'ub4!t R1111, Rttlyli Gilbert, Gtfidt H11"1'l:, fl :rl-ilentf E1 Kilt 1, 'Willi 1111 Cfltiis-11 11. flint zltin- l 111, A1111 l- 1 111:' 3, Gr :fr f3'1- li 1 HE SClENCE Department, of which Mr Clifford lualitoge was Cliairmart, encour He and his co-workers: Mr. Robert Rupp, who taught chemistry and biology, Mr. Ralph Gil bert, biology, Mrs. Gerda Bosch, physics and Physical sciencey and Mr. William Evans, whf r lJv11G'11d1', Arthur Sltiglz-Ld V 111' 111. , 1 M zrshill H1111 zt. Ft. ignstructors of t e taught biology and was a counselor, tried to create interest in science. Projects might lead to a career or hobby. For some, high school courses were only an introduction to college science. Courses offered by the Mathematics Depart- ment laid a foundation for later work. Some pupils prepared for college or careers. Mr. Wil- liani Christian, Chairman of the Department, taught Plane Geometry and trigonometryg Miss Grace Strecker, Algebra l-2 and Plane Geom- etry, Miss Magdalene Berger, Plane Geom- etry and Algebra 35 Miss Ann Ferguson, Alge- gra l-2, Plane Geometry and Algebra 35 and Miss Ernestine Long, Senior Math and Visual Aids. Determined to provide for the needs of all students, these instructors gave basic funda' tnentals for advanced work, The Chairman of the Physical Education De- partment, Mr. Arthur Shipherd, felt that the body as well as the mind should be trained. Mr. Vernon Winter taught Gym: Mr. Gene Del Gaudio, swim and healthy Mr. Marshall Riegert, Gymg Mrs. Helen Dunbar, Gym and health: Miss Martha lane Ferguson, health and swim: and Mrs. Eleanor Douglass, dance. These in- structors toolc an interest in the whole child. Each worked for all phases social, physical and mental of his development. 1 11, M rriliz Emi F1 rqust 11, Elefilior Doiiqlrxss. UW grts and cglciences QQ HE COMMERCIAL Department strives not only to train pupils in technical skills but also to instill within them the funda- mental character traits necessary for good cite izenshipf' quoted Miss Marion Beck, chairman. Teachers in the department were Miss Beck shorthand and typing, Mrs. Buby Farmer, shortf hand, typing and bookkeeping, Mrs. Carolyn Hays, o f f i c e machines, secretarial practice, shorthand and typing, Miss Mary lane Sheer han, typing, bookkeeping and counseling, and Miss Nada Grammaticoff, COE, shorthand and typing. "To make better, happier and useful citizens in the community in which they live is the aim of the Practical Arts Department," implied Mi. lohn Krablin, chairman. Members of the de partment included: Mr. Krablin, Woodwork, drawing and drafting, Mr. Cleo Shinabargar, General Wood, metals and drafting, Mr. Harold Maas, General Drafting and auto, Mr. Emil Bchlfs, COE and counseling, Mrs. Blanche Wood, cafeteria supervision, Mrs. V i r g i n i a Audrain, foods and Senior Homemaking, Mrs. Hesther Stoddard, clothing and foods, and Mr. Galt Schrader, Drivers' Education. Mr. Arthur Kennett, chairman of the Music Department, stated, "The purpose of our def partment is to develop what musical and artis Williunn Neuman, Elizabeth Doyle, Robert Hoftkoetti .. C :ix Qyn H zys, M :ry lin- She. ti tn, Nwdfr Gi mini' ti tt M nion B ck, Ruby Fairnfr, Betty Riehl. lliimld Minis, latin Krabltn, Emil Ptohlfs, Cleo Shinwhara 1 Gulf Schrader, Btmshe Wood, Hesther Stoddard, Virginia Audrair tic talent the student has and to give a back- ground of appreciation in these fields." lnstruc- tors included: Mr. Kennett, chorus and counsel ing, Mrs. Helen Ball, chorus, Mr. 'Vlfilliam Neue man, art, Mrs. Elizabeth Doyle, art, Mr. lean Bayburn, orchestra, Mr. Herbert Duncan, band, and Mr. Bobert Hostkoetter, photography. Aztrnxz Kfnn tt It ni. Rixyrzuin, H ltnB'1lt, Ht-rbeit lxun n , ' Z, . ,.,, ., em'or.s' 0 ineteen un re QM 3 1111C:11A12D VQG121. Q 4' lf e 1 1 "1:.21li'111111 :111l P111s11l1'11T 1,1 llgllliil Class, T1fQ11su1Q1 of lVlet1opoli1'111 ,W 5 lliY- T11lliY C'1111111'il, l.l. 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OAIL BAKER 'l'rQ'1suxf-1 of V1k1r1lgQttwS, C'l1w'rlrw1clr-xg Horkf-y, Bus l-wilt :ll Vfkllfwyl ul, Sfvftl Ill, 'l'rill1Y, Orcilmsis, PDp ful Q TAMARA BAUDENDISTEL Girls' k,TllfIllS, Qf4w'p1r.1l1vf- Ommlyffxlxfurxvxl Eduvlxtion. GENEVA BARKS Mixfnl CTl2f7Tl1S Vlmfnrfxlf-tt.-is Non'-l. lOEL BARKS Slllflfill lfcy11uvll, :'3'NlIl1IHlIl'I, Bxllle Cluln, Bays' Chorus, Mixfld fillfllllii, lll Y. DOUGLAS BARNES Busiuvvss Mlm 11311 fwl flu- Suqu, CtC!'CLIf7lQIiIl ol The- Wnsilulg Tl :uw lwtif'-r'1. mg Clulf, B:1sQlw1ll, Boys' GORDON BAUM NORMAN BEAL lwxvk flu All-film , All-Disllmvt, wud Sulmurbcm Louquf- Blq Six l'f::Tl Ill 'l'l2'1msp Lf1tt+-rru :u's Clul, B Isvlufxll, Buys flhrus,lwllxl-:lCll:r11s, H1-Y. "Www abd' f5k, WANDA BECK lv"llX1'Ql Cllillllti. A .,A, fr WALLACE BECKHAM W Ouill wud Svuvll, Cnzullm Stull, CI1x1tivG- Wrilers , Q Vliu l,w'1f-lm Il S iflul, vlx"I1IIlS, Bfzys' CHOIUS, Hi-Y. ARVIN BECKMANN -L 5 Stud:-ut Couu '1l, lJ'llf'lII1II1lS Clull, Bfiswllull, MARGARET BENSIEK Secwtlxly Fl'1f.1sl11l'r Ol Bllvlff Clully Clrzrwert Olvlmeslrlx, ,mls X lwzrus, Mlxn-cl Cl1VIL1S. l' mg' Slxf- L1 QCM'I'LQI'S ew Cncfzniques SANDRA BERENDES Bible- Club, Coricsrt Orchestra, Girls' Chorus, Mixnd Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y. BARBARA BIRKENMEYER Quill cmd Scroll, Courier, Bible Cluh, Mixed Chorus, Co-ed Duriciriq. LINDA BLACKWQOD Mixed Chorus, Tri-HiY, Ofiicef Assislzmt ROSEMARY BLACKWOOD Co-Opermivp Occupational Ffducoiiori. FRANK BLAZIC L MARILYN BOCKHORST Mixed Chorus, Cliorolettes, Tri-Iii-Y. RONALD BOCKSTRUCK N HERMAN BOOTH ,ff-,px , J Visuol Aids. ELLEN BOWMAN fi Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Art Sowifity. WAYNE BRASLER Quill ond Scroll, Courier, Creuiive Writers Cluli, A "" PT. A. Student Represeriiritives, Murchiriq Bond, Co-ed Doncinq, Office Assistcmis. f WILLIAM BRATTON Co-operative Occupotioridl Education A LIN I CQUE E BROCKMAN my Tri-l'IifY, Co-operative Occuputioriiil Eduwrtio Pfrqfj Severitef. QCQIUQTS' DONALD BROWN Football, Co-opemtive Ocroupcitionrtl Education, Ofliwt Assistimts. DAVID BRUSASCO Studont Counril, Lettemifirfs Club, Footlnctll, Trfirrlc Swimminq, Wrostlinq, Bible Club, Mixed Cliorus Hi'Y. FRANK BURCH Student Council, Lettormorfs Club, Footbflll, Mixed Cltorus, HifY. THOMAS BURNHAM NANCY BURNLEY Ouill tmd Svroll, Courier, Gills' Cltoius, TiiIliY, Pep Club, Ottivv Assistants. ROSEMARY BURTON Bible Club, TIIKESIHIKIYI Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Pop Club, Oilivo Assisttmts. RICHARD CALVERT l-OTiL?IIIIfIIIiS Club, Cvnlt, Iii'Y, Pbotoqrtxplly. CAROLYN CAMPBELL Ci7LlII!'I, Hcclcffy, Boskotlttxll, Cwirls' Clioius, Mixvtl Cliolus, Tri-HiY, Pep Clulf. MARSHA CANFIELD lilclitor ul Cwurieu, Sw-wie-tary oi Iionm Society, 'Iismsurot ut Ouill tmd Svmll, Pmsirlfent of 'I'rifHi-Y, Creutivv Wiiters Club, Hovlwy, Mixrvd Cltoius, Ozcltesis, Pop Club. IAMES CAREY HifY. DAVID CARNEY Mtmciqm ot Wrestlinq Tommy Quill VlIlCl Scroll, Couiior Bible Club, Hi-Y, Rliotoqr-iplty. RICHARD CHATMAN Mixpd Chorus. I-fine Eiqlxtwpn xpert gnstructzon RONALD CHOURIS DOUGLAS CHRISTIAN Vice President ot Concert B d V1 e President ot Moth Club, Treosurer of C ed Doncinq Honor S ciety, I.ettermrir1's Club Tennis Concert Orchest Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus Boys Ouortet HIY TERRY CLANTON Trock, Photoqrophy. ROBERT CLARK Swimming, Mixed Chorus HiY DONALD CLOSE President of Bible Club Honor Society Lettermons Club, Football, Trock, Bosketbc ll Boy Chorus HiY MILFORD COCKRELL Lettermon's Club, Football Bosketboll Bible Clul Hi-Y. PATRICIA CONNELLY Co-operotive Occupotiono IANETTE COOK ROSE COPELAND Ottice Assistants. BRUCE COUCH Football, Track, Boys Chorus M1 ed Cl orus l'liY ROBERT COVINGTON Bible Club, Boys' Chorus Mixed Clorus l-I1 Y HOWARD CRAWFORD Page N t ,g ,trawl 'M it t W' f ClMflQI'.S' O SHEILA CULLEN Mixed Chorus, Tri-I-Ii-Y. IEANETTE CUSUMANO Office Assistants. SUE DAAB Girls' Chorus, Pep Club, Co-operative Occupational Education. IANE DAVENPORT Vikinqettes, Volleyball, Softball, Girls' Chorus, Fu- ture Teachers of America, 'I'rifHi-Y, Pep Club. l EAN DAVENPORT Member of Senior Planning Committeeg Girls' Chorus Future Teachers of America, Tri-I-li-Y, Pep Club. SALLY DAVIS Hockey, Future Teachers of America, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. RICHARD DENNIS Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Math Club, Hi-Y, Pho- toqraphy. EDWIN DEUTSCH Track. IOHN DEVOUTON Senior Member of Student Discipline Committee, Pres- ident of I-lonor Society, Treasurer of Student Council, Secretary of Letterman's Club, Secretary of Hi-Y, Foot' ball, Track, Wrestlinq. IUDITI-I DIECKMANN Student Council, Girls' Chorus, 'I'riAHi-Y, Pep Club, Office Assistants. ROSALIE DILALLO Co-operative Occupational Education, Office Assistants. CAROL DIXON Cheerleader, President of Thespian Society, Student Council, Ouill and Scroll, Courier, Creative Writers Club, Vikinqettes, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Bible Club, Tri-I-li-Y, Pep Club. Page Twenty ijCl!UCl6lQ 'gCI'LOW!QC!gQ SALLY DOBRUNZ Creative Writers Club, Office Assistants. MICHAEL DOLAN Co-operative Occupational Education. IH RONALD DOLL ,Q Co-operative Occupational Education. A , I g 3- 4 GEORGE DOWNS nl . ' P M 5 IAMES DYER I I.etterman's Club, Swimming, Tennis, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Mixed Chorus. REGINA DZIERWA RONALD EAGLIN Football, Baseball. IUDITH EBBINGHAUS Feature Editor oi Courier Humor Column, President Ot Creative Writers Clulw, Secretary-Treasurer ot Future Teachers of Americag Honor Society, Ouill and Scroll, P. T. A. Student Representatives, Tri- Hi-Y, Co-ed Dancing. ALAN EDWARDS Photography. W A E J IUDITH ELLIOTT Orchesis. ,I ,A... 'Nuf-' FRANK EMMA DEAN ENGELHARDT Concert Band, Photography, Visual Aids. Page Twenty-One QQKWW' is mfs 'P Q W . if 25 'QL -fi: . - wr PM -: .:': ' izfgilgxg 'QQ 0 s "ZZ" ,gif A iii if f w lv ,ggi -v lANET ENNERT Tri Hi-Y, Covopercztive Occup tion l Ed ation BONITA EVANS Student Council, Bible Club Orchesi P Cl l Cc-operative Occupation I Edu? ion SCOTT EVERT Co-operative Occuputioncl Education lUANITA EAIRCHILD BONNIE FAVERS Cluss Editor cl Sago: Ouill Orchesis, Pep Club. MYBNA FEHL WILLIAM EELDEWERTH Co-operative Occupation Education Oltice Assistants GAIL FITZSIMMONS BOBBY EOARD Footbcill. DWIGHT EOBDEBHASE Student Council, Basketball Mixed Chorus NANCY FRANSOS Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. FLORENCE FREEMAN Office Assistants. P1T tyT l fqcult imroofems SANDRA FRIEZE Secretory ot Student Council, President ol Orohesis, Cheerleuderg Honor Society, Vilcinqettos, Hovkey, Bus l-retholl, Volleyhrill, Softhrlll, Bible Club, Tril-li-Y. GERALD GAN Courier Stfilt. AUDREY GASTON Co-operutive OCc:upt,:ticn'1l Education. CAROL GEORGEN Girls' Ciiorus, Mixed Chorus, Cliordlettes, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. SHARON GERST Cheerlfrider, Tri-l-li-Y, Orchfvsis, Pep Clulv. DIANE GIBSON Cheerleader: Creative Writers Cluh, Howl-rey, Bihlo Cluls, Girls' Chorus, Tri-Hi'Y, Oirrhesis, Pop Cluli, Office Assistonts, SANDRA GLAESEMAN Music Editor oi Soqo, Chrzploin ot Tri-H1-Y: Student Council, P.T.A. Student Rcvpresentcrtives, I-loclzey, Bilvlcf Club, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Chorcilottes, Or cthesis, Pep Club. CAROLYN GNOIEWSKI MILDRED GODFREY BARBARA GOVE Triflii-Y, Office Assistfznts, ANN CMANLEYJ GRAVES Erisketholl, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Pey- Cluh, Nurses Assistants, WILLIAM GREEN P me Twvnty-Three -QW .ff " " gr: FE? .mga if Q-as we., atv' , I.. ,FL J .Av-vqp WW' 'f'Q:F" Vim meg, twarticzpants THOMAS GREGERSON Student Ccnuriril, Bfrsebull. GARY GREGORY Letterrndns Cluln, Swimming, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y. NED GREGORY Vive President ui Letterrriuns Club, Cdptuin of the Swimming Teuiri, Cfzptuin nt the Golf Team, Student Council, Boys' Chorus, HIY. SHIRLEY GRIMSHAW Cooperative Orcupdtiondl Education, Oitive As- sisturits. PATRICIA GRISI-IAM Tri Hi-Y. ALBERT GRUPAS Boys' Chorus. BARBARA GUNKEL Corresponriincq Serretrrry of Student Council, President mt Ouill und Svroll, Vice President of Orchesis, Cheer- leriderg Honor Society, Courier Stuff, Vikinqettes, Ho:- key, Buskotltrrll, Volleybfill, Softball, Bible Club, Tri' Ili-Y, Pep Cluli, DAVID HACKMAN Courier, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y. RGGER HAGER L6ttermc'in's Cluli, Trdvk, Wrestlinq, Bfisehfill, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y, Visual Aids. FRANK HAINES Circulcrtion Mfintiqer ot Courier, Quill und Scroll, Hi-Y. IGHN HALES Hi-Y. GLENN HARDY Mdririqer Oi Swimming Temny Lettermon's Club, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y. Pfzqe Twenty-Four umerous HCtl.Vl.fl.Q.9 DELLA HARMON Creative Writers Club, Math Club, Future Teachers at America, TrifHi-Y. MARY HARRIS Horfkey, Tri-Hi-Y, Orrhesis, Pep Club, Co-operative Occupational Education, Office Assistants, WAYNE HARRISON ELEANOR HARTLEY Quill and Scroll, Courier Stall, Girls' Chorus, Tri- Hi-Y, Pep Club. CCRNELIUS HEINE Co-operative Occupational Education. CAROLE HERR Assistant Oraariizatioris Editor of Saqag Bible Clulv, Triiii-Y, Pep Club, Oilice Assistants. WANDA HICKAM Girls' Chorus, TiiHi-Y, Pr-p Club. IUDY HIGHFILL Cheerleader, Mixed Chorus, Choralettes, TrifHi-Y, Orcihesis, Pep Club. LORENETTA HOAR Tri-Hi-Y, Co-operative Occupational Education, Otticf Assistants. LOIS HODGES Hockey, Tri-Hi Y. ROBERTA HOEFLER Vikinqettes, Volleyball, Softball, Mixed Chorus, Offioff Assistants. IOHN HOLDNER Lettermaiis Club, Football, Track, Baseball, Biblo Club, Math Club, Hi'Y, Photography. Page Twenty-Five . am: -r .fi IE5?.QZ,:.- ': -22122 Sf Q 1 my - . if Q2 in 'K ig! , is 1 3, ,ggi .1 'Fri A bw 'Q ,MWF Q -1--Q, ,4, 1.405 X 1 . .X , E, ...Q- l pi E ai fx - if Z Q1 k.u. .N flung 3-uni' E Olbadw SANDRA HOLLENBERG Tri4Hi'Y, Pep Club. ROBERT HOLSCHER Co-operative Occupational Education, Visual Aids. MADELYN HOOPS Office Assistants. BERNlCE l'lORWlTZ Office Assistants. IAMES HUDDLESTON Lctterman's Club, Track, H1-Y. LLOYD HUDSON Swirnminq, Math Club, Ottice Assistants. GEORGE IBERA SHIRLEY IMMEKUS Office Assistants. CAROLE ISELE Mixed Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Orcrhesis, Ecru Clull. IAMES IANOSKY Lettermans Club, Football, Track, Swimming, Base- ball, Bible Club, Co-operative Occupational Educa- tion, Photography. PHILLIP IANZEN Courier Staff. CAROL lOHNSON Courier Staff, Concert Band, Girls' Chorus, Tri-I-li'Y, Pep Club. Page Twenty-Six the uture IANET IOHNSON Faculty Editor of Sdqo, Vikinqettes, Hockey, Cvirls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Chororlettes, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. lOYCE IOHNSON Advertisinq Monciqer of Soqoq Ouill und Scroll, Bible Club, Concert Bond, Comfort Orchestrci, Tri- Hi-Y. EUGENE KAEMMERER ANDREW KANTIS Lettermons Club, Football, Wrestling, Concert Bond, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Hi'Y, Photography, ROSEMARY KAPLAN Concert Orchestra, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Chenil- ettes, Ncnet, TrifH1-Y, Pep Club, Librury Assistrmts. MARY KAPPEL Courier Stoff, TrieHi-Y, Pep Club, Office Assistonts. RICHARD KELLER Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y, ROBERT KLINGLER ond Scroll, Lottermdns Club, Torinis, Boskefbcrll. Stotisticidn for Football Teorn: Student Council, Ouill ond Scroll, Lettermon's Club, Tennis, Bosketboll, Concert Bond, Boys' Chorus, Hi-Y. DARLENE KLIROS Office Assistants. lUDITH KOLKMEYER Vice President of Tri-Hi-Y, Ouill ond Scroll, Courier Stoff, Mixed Chorus, Chorolettes, Nonet, Pep Club. THEODORE KOLMAN President of Lettermon's Club, Co-Coptoin of Football Teom: Honor Society, Student Council, Truck, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y. CHARLES KOONCE Page Twenty-Sevrn ,QV , 352 ,.,, , f .mtv Q wbqx sv-Wg ,yr our V,VV, V y run, - f sr.. C at wwf? H Qi' WMV C? , .,,, .,,... i M -at ,, : fl . up 41 N Q , 7 4- .,. A . :.- -Z '. 'zzyz-,111 :- I R, .,., W, .,,.... .. Hi .1 :I V u s 1 z ' -W ' f ,viii F" A ,V1:A-51:51-ggf.:.::,:fs-.::j':j-'I' gggzggm ., ar'ff:L': in ,itil N gym .A i .,A,A Z? Q 'll M rlginato rs RUSSELL KGRMEIER President ot Concert Bond: Concert Orchestre. GARY KOVACH Wrestling, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y. DAVlD KREMER Photoqrophy. GERALD KROPP President of Co-operative Occupotioncll Education, Courier Stott. GEORGE KUHN Trdck, Co-ed Dcxncinq, Photoqrophy, Visuotl Aids. BEVERLY KUNTZ Student Council, Courier, Volleybdll, Mixed Chorus, Thespion Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Orchesis, Pep Club. Libroridn ot Concert Bond: Track, Bible Club, Con- , Huoo KURTZ Xjy v zy LARRY LADASSOR . . Cen orchestra, Hi-Y. y AUDREY LAIEUNESS A ,E DAVID LAMB A Hi :EgE:,111 A Tmck, Hi-Y. A Atti A ,, t an AA, f-5' gk SANDRA LANE Cheerleader, Mixed Chorus, Chorolettes, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. IERRY SUE LAPPIN Student Council, Courier Stott, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, 'l'ri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. Poqe Twenty-Eight QW QQJQCZS CAROLYN LAUFF Orqunizotions Editor of Strqcry Mixshd Chorus, 'I'riHi-Y, Pop Club. LORETTA LAUFF Vikinqettps, Softball, Concert, Orchostrrz, Tri-Hi-Y, Coed Dtrncino. IACOUELYN LAWSON Hockey, Basketball, Soltbull, Bible Club, Girls' Chorus Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. IACLYN LAYTON Advertising Mfrndqer ot Courifer, Trefxsurer ol Tri- Hi-Yq Honor Society, Student Council, Ouill trntl Scroll, Creotive Writers Club, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Future Totrclicf-rs of Arrwricu, Orwlwsis. BARBARA LEAVEA Student Couririil, 'I'ri-Hi'Y, Pop Club, IEANNE LEAVER Student Council, Sottbctll, Girls' Chorus, Trilli-Y, Pop Club. PI-IYLLIS LEGGE Mixod Chorus, Chorulettps, Tri-H1Y, Pep Club. PAUL LETTMANN Trollsuwr of CIIFIIIIVP VVritQrs Club, Lottclrrnttris Club, Bflsobcrll, Iii-Y. GLORIA LEWANDOWSKI Courier Stott, Trifl-Ii-Y, Pep Club. MARILYN LEWIS Crootivs Vtfritefrs Club, Girls' Chorus, Mixfld Chorus Future Tt'i1CI'If-AIS of Arrlwritwi, 'Tri-Hi-Y, Cond Ibtuit' irrq, Pep Club. IOANN LICAVOLI Tri-I'IifY, Pep Clubi RICHARD LIEURANCE Pfrrqp Tw: nty-Ninth is-,rw Y H09 www-orb rea tors LETA LIGHTBODY Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, Library Assistants. IANET LUENSTROTH Cheerleader, Secretary of Orchesisp Student Council, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. lGYCE LUENSTROTH Vice President ot Vikinqettes, President of Mixed Chorus, Treasurer of Orchesis, President of Pep Club, Student Council, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Girls' Chorus, Chorulettes, Nonet, Tri-Hi-Y. MARY LYNCH Girls' Chorus, Otlice Assistants. MARY MALLONEE Office Assistants. BARBARA MANION Bible Club, Girls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. BARBARA MARESCHAL Student Counvil, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. GABRIEL MARRE Olticre Assistants. PATRlClA MARSH Bible Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. IACQUELINE MARTlN Bfxsketball, Pep Club. IAMES MARTIN Travlc, Swirnrninq. IEAN MARTIN Orrhesis, Librwiry Assistants. Pfiqz- Thirty nviaofe gaecor 3 DAVID MASHAK Basketball, Boys Sports Editor oi Saga. ROBERT MATHEWS I.etterman's Club, Football, Track, Hi-Y. IEAN MAYES Secretary of Ouill and Scroll, Senior Class Editor of Saqa, Honor Society, Student Council, Creative Writers Club, Library Assistants. BETTY MAYBERRY Volleyball, Mixed Chorus, Pep Club. IAMES MCCABE Baseball. PATRICIA MCDIVIT Student Council, Courier Staff, Vikinqettes, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Girls' Chorus, Tri-HiAY, Or- chesis, Pep Club. MARIORIE MCGINTY Co-editor of Saqag Honor Society, Ouill and Scroll, Creative Writers Club, Marching Band, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Future Teachers of America, Tri-Hi-Y, Co-ed Dancinq. DONALD MCC-JRATH Co,Captain of Baseball Team, Letterman's Club, GAIL MEIXNER Office Assistants. DIANE MEYER Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. RONALD MEYER Co-captain of Wrestling Team, Letterman's Club, Co- operative Occupational Education. PAUL MILES Concert Orchestra, Hi-Y. Page ThirtyAOno lOANN MINTON Student Council, Girls' Clrorus Future Teophers t Arnericd, TrifHi'Y. RONALD MOORE Lette-rrnr1n's Club, Footlrcill Trunk Wrestlrnq Mixed Chorus, lli-Y, lUDlTl-l MORGAN Student Council, Srrqri Stull Bible Clul Girls Chorus Mixed Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Cluln HARVEY MORRIS, IR GEORGE MUELLER President ot Mdtli Clulrg Hon Sonic-ty Creative Writers Club, Office Assistrrnts. ROBERT MULLINS Bible Clulr, Roys' Clrorirs MARYANN MURPHY IOHN MURRAY Member of Senior Steerrrrq Qorrrrrirttee Foothill CAROLL MYERS Girls' Cliorus, Mixed Clrorris Long er itive O up rtmn ri Education. NANCY NEAL Bible Clulr, Mixwcl Clrorus Clorcilettes lt Y e Club. GARY NELLESEN DEANN NIEDFELDT Set,-retriry ot Tlretsrririri So iety Del ite Tenirri Prrtrn Tliirty w ariec! gxperlments WERNER NILSEN 1.,P11'1I1I11Z11S ff11.1, 311111, C3f'1f, 111111. DAVID NCGLE Buys' 1I11c:111s, Mixed Lj110111S, 111Y, Cf11111w'11111'.'1' CDl'1'I111I11Li11 11 1-1C111f'l11C11, V1s11111 A1f1f1. GLADYS NULL 01111111 101 IIcw'kf-y Tc-.1111 cmd 13 1S1cf111 111 F111 11111 Xl'k1I1Y 11.111, 151114 CI1111, GlI1S' C:1lCIIlS, ROBERT OIDTMAN MLI1l1l'11bI m1 Vv'1rfS11111q 'If-11111: S111C11'111 11111111 11, '11111'11, Boys' fI110I11S, Mixed fT11OI11S, I11Y, CY 111 1U11111'111" IO QLEARY Sf11'1f21f11y 411 T11111 fp ID1 1,11 , 1 q ,V PETER ORIGLIASSG 'I'1+21s1111'-r c1 11c1151 Sc-.'1+1y, bf '1f1:1yT11 1511 1 11 M-1111 4.11111 fw111d1L111 Lf471II1'I1, I.1l11VI1T1Z11S 1 1111, 1 x 11111, C111vP11 111I11d, LIUYIIV' 11 C31"11' 5111 1, 111 WILLIAM OSBORN COo11r11v11iv1'2 Or'f1111f1111t11111 1Ef1111'1111H1l, CLARAIEAN CDSWALD C1119 fI11C,f1I1S. LQUIS PAPENDICK 0111111111 41 G111 101111: I.f11ff-:111 111s I.1111, 112211111111 MARIE PERKINS 1 ,, Y, C,101111v1- V11111fA1s 611111. GEORGE PETSOEE CIC r1pff14111v1- O'1'I11i111F'11I1 IRL111' 1f1fI1. MARY PLATT f' .. 14 .', ,1 " 1f0f'1"A11.lVf O 141.111.1111 1.111111 I1 PGQP T111I1Y'T11I1" 'hw "f"..?' an .4111 '--:P 1 wo '- A IIT' 'gb ..,, 1' 2'-"W ":..1"-2' I xl gb 'WUHQ' A 1? I ""' Rm elf' ,fe y . -if-'Q ' I T.. ' 11 J K Sn my 1 Q., '?..w"'f5' 'W' R, rvgm pf 'Of 'Nm m. .4 J ffl I 3 . .ff E T , ,af .9 -' . K gn I I .. x A Q M 5 ,. YS . gy Y ,fr A J epresen ta tives RUTI-IANN POINTER Mixed Chorus ROBERT POLKINGHORNE Captain of Track Team: Student Council, Lette-rman's Cluli, Football, Bcrskethtrll, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Hi Y. ELLEN POPE Girls' Chorus, Softhrrll, Pep Cluh, Office Assistants. VIRGINIA POURIE Ouill and Scroll, Courier Staff, Concert Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, Future Teachers of America, Tri- Hi-Y, Orrfhesis. RUTH POWELL Co-operative Orc-upatiorial Eclurfatiori, Office Assistants. IANICE PRATER Mixed Chorus, Choralettes, Tri-Hi-Y, Co-operative Occupational Education, Office Assistants. CAROL RABADUEX Hockey, Baskethrill, Bible Club, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, TrifHiY, Pep Cluh, Office Assistants. MICHAEL REEVES CO-operative Ovrtiivritioriril Education, Office AS- sistants. MARGIE REHEIS Girls' Chorus, Tri Hi Y. WAYNE REMMERT Co-operative Ovcupationril Eclucrition, Visual Aids. CAROL RICHARDSON Vice President of Quill and Scroll, First Page Editor of Courierg Honor Society, Creative Writers, Bible Club, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Future Teachers of Amer' ivfi, Tri Hi-Y. IOHN RIDENHOWER Thespian Society, Photography. P :qv Thirty-Four go ay 19 outlz fm t ttf 2 , ,.,2 . RICHARD ROBERTS "- 2 k Wrestlinq, Covoperrrtive Ovctlpcltiorifil Eduvcrtion, Pho I H toqrtrphy. MICHAEL ROBINSON Courier Stuff, Truck, Btrseboll, Hi-Y, Photoqrophy, Office Assistants. KENNETH ROTH Footboll, Truck, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y, BOBBIE RUSSELL Courier Stoff, Vikinqettes, Volleyball, Softhull, Mixed ' N Chorus, Trifl-li-Y. ,V vvv. .V . iff' f RUTH RUSSELL A 4.0 'i:,:i I Hockey, Girls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. ',,b RAYMOND SANDERS SUZANNE SCHAEDLICH Office Assistants. WALTER SCHAUMAN Hi'Y. 1oRN SCRLOEMAN ., ,.-2, Bible club. 4 7 BARBARA SCHMIDT 4' V . Co-operotive Occupational Education, .ye ll' SUSAN SCRMIDT 'V A Assistont Business Munoqer of Courier, Ouill and Scroll, Vilcinqettes, Hockey, Bosketboll, Volleybull, Softball, , J Girls' Chorus, Future Teachers of America, Tri lli-Y, Pep Club. FLORA SCHOFIELD 'J' Ptiqv Thiltyflivfi ,H g A Mu, A 1 -Jaw I PNMW I I Il A A F.V. Y' "3 'X' ff' ' A idx' . I I Ii Ifhiiifw If 'Q' I liz M... 5 fi , 525 . EN N ,.,. 1 iffy A I 'J if v isi- .-44 ,,,,..-nun .H S 3 I A , If ig I I' WILLIAM SCHOLL Gitizen s' l.1-tlfiiiiilliis uliili, lii1SfIlmi ill. DAVID SCHRQEDER Mixe-cl Clioiiis, Ili Y, Cfwopw-iiilive Ovviiimlicariiil Edu '1IiQri, IUDITH SCHULZE Svlicol Lifv Enlilrii of Saiqixq Quill und Scroll, Sludefnl Qfwiiiiril, Girls' Cfliwriis, 'Iii IIi'Y, Ibp Cliili, Debiitv Team Uiiiwl Assishiiits. RALPH SEVERS Wiglstliiifg, Ili Y. REBECCA SHAFER Assisllml Fiiviilty Editui wi Suq :g Girls' Cliorus, 'l'ii Hi-Y Ile-I Clulf, IAMES SHQRT Vive- lrlwsidwiit wi Mixs-ci lfliwiusg Fuollilill, 'I'ri1I'l4 Boys' lfliciiis. FRED SILLS Art Scwiwly. DALE SMALLEY Lowii.-iiitivli Owmigi. MARVIN SMITH MAURICE SMITH ilimicil Ellliwxtimi. ERNST SPELLMEYER, IR. Ccniiiier Stull, Swimming, Boys' Clioiiis, Mixurl Cflioiiis Pliotcqmpliy, Hi-Y. PAUL STEEVES Viup Pwsidviil ol Bilwlv Clulny Studwiit Couiivil. iw.,,. '1' Iiiity-Six OI'l'LOI'I'O W GARY sri-:vENsoN Hi-Y. CHARLES STEWART Boslcetboll, Cc-operative Occupfiticncil Education. DENNIS STOLTE ERNEST STOLZE Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y, Co-operative Occupritionol Edu- cation. RONALD STONE Visuol Aids. PATRICK STORY Senior Member of Student Discipline Committee, Business Mcinciqer of Courier. SALLY STRECKER Courier Stott, Mixed Chorus, Tri IliY, Orciliesis, Pep Club, Homecoming Oueen, BEN SWANK Treasurer of Lettermrins Cluh, Co Coptuin ot Buse- boll Team, President of Boys' Chorus, President of Hi-Yg Student Counril, Eootlncill, Concert Brind, Con- cert Orchestra, Mixed Cliorus, Boys' Ourirtet. IAMES TESKE A ml' Lettermons emi, Eootlifill, Eilwle Club, Hi-Y. I I it 1oHN THRELKELD is Lettermrirrs Club, Trfictk, Golf, Bible Club. . I ELMER TONSING Creative Writers Club, Hi-Y, Office Assistants. DENNIS TRIPP Page Thirty-Seven 5 I, Z -wa? , 25 5' M ,. -.5 . ,. I I 2 1 ,sw .sv 4? if -'QF , We lI'lfLQI'.S' PATRICIA TRUEBLooD Bible Cluli, Concert Bond, Concert Orchestra, Girls' Chorus, Tri-Iii-Y, Pep Club. CAROLE VAIDA Co-operative Occupfrtionol Education. MARY VEGNA Office Assistants. IOAN VON BEHREN NANCY WALL Girls' Sports Editor of Courier, President of Vikinqettes, Captain of Hockey Ternnp Ouill and Scroll, P.'I',A. Student Representatives, Basketball, Volleyball, Soft- luall, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, TriHiY, Rep Club. RICHARD WALLACE Letterrnans Clulv, Track, Swirnrninq, Math Club, Hi- Y, Debate Team. VIRGINIA WALLACE Corresponding Secretary of Art Societyg Student Coun cil, P.'I'. A. Student Representatives, Art Society, Li lvrcrry Assistants. MARY WALLIS SecretoryTreosurer of Cooperative Occupfrticnul Education, Office Assistants. LARRY WALLRATH Co-operative Occupational Education. BARBARA WALTERS TrieHiAY. LARRY WARREN Football. SHIRLEY WEINERT Pdqc ThirtyAE1qht 3lP!OI7'lCl.S' PATRICIA WELLS Assistant Advertising Manager of Courier, Vice Presi dent of Art Society, President of Future Teachers of America, Ouill and Scroll, Creative Writers Club, Mixed Chorus, Triflii-Y, Co ed Dancing, Pep Club. IRVING WHEELER Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus. RUTH WILLIAMS Creative Writers Club, Co-operative Occupational Edu- cation. Office Assistants. IULES WINSCOTT Manager of Football Team, Letterman's Club, Swim- ming, Bible Club, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Hi'Y, Photography. ELEANOR WOLF Girls' Sports Editor of Saga, Secretary of Vikingettesp Hockey, Basketball. Volleyball, Softball, Bible Club, Mixed Chorus, Choralettes, Tri-Hi-Y. lEAN WRIGHT Office Assistants. IAMES WULEERS Visual Aids. IOHN WUNDERLICH Bible Club, Photography, Visual Aids. lUDITH YARBROUGH NORMAN YOUNG Manager of Track Team: Courier Staff, Letterman's Club, Hi'Y. DON ZELASKO CARL ZEY Mum cub, Hr-Y. Page Thirty-Nine E 4 Q-.5 2. H if 'J' Q, .P Q Q . 1 Miz 4, 12 nge n, Zo r ass at bf? UNC! Qcbfay 4. Carolyn IMQIIIOIISITIIIUS hm' prize ll'i717lf7lf1Sl?iC71f'f' projvrt. Svniors sign up for the annual class picnir. During snow, Ellie and Jan pose with Imar. Four proxpewtilva xtudmzrx visil Waxlzinglmz I' A - 4 - cam as. Remy meaxzrred for cap and QOIVIZ. .lun anm-lpatvs p graduation. In Spring. Sharon and Bob rvlaa' on 4-anzpnx ?":N1- Pplty Or ,Q wwgw' WW lUNlOR CLASS OFFXLERS A cndorf Pr sri nt enner V c pr sri 1 tn y Se r amor? o meteen un re FTER HAVING establlshed a hrm toundatron 1n the flrst year at Normandy the lunxor class went to work w1th a clear 1dea ol tts assets and 1ts l1ab1l1t1es Durlng both semesters they profrted from a good currtculum and expert teachtng The class ot l959 had a w1ll1ngness to work and a co operattve Splfll wh1ch was umque tn many ways These quahtres made the underclassrnen valuable members of the school tht helped them to gatn knowledge and to make more trrendshtps Soon after the start ot the new semester elect1on cam palgns began Two parttes were formed petttlons were slgned and posters were hung The class elect1ons assembly was rn valuable for rt mstructed students on the hows of votrng The trnal tabulatrons showed that most ot the class othcer were chosen trom the Earthlrngs party Bob Allendorf electea prestdent soon proved to be the capable l ader hrs classmate thought hrm to be Workrng wrth htm were Iohn Benner vrce presrdent ludy Whrtney secretary and Dlane Perrtne treas urer For student dlscrpllnarrans Bob Lee and Doug Dueker were chosen The class electron was completed w1th the nam mg of the class Planmng Commtttee Requtred subJects were Englrsh Umted States Hrstory health and swrmmrng Undertaktng these new schedules lun tors were subJected to a new land of trarnrng Thts was the tdea of term papers tn Enghsh and Umted States Hlstory Most puptls preferred taktng htstory at thrs trme although rt wa posslble to walt untrl the tollowrng year lf 1t arded a students schedule Passtng the Constttutton test was requlred by the state therefore many hours were spent by the class studyrng tts artxcles and amendments Orrgrnated thrs year were Honors classes rn h1story and Engltsh These enabled students who had the ab1l1ty and ambrtton to make a more advanced study rn each ot these atorementroned sublects Puprls who were en rolled 1n the honor classes were actually takrng the equlvalent of college freshman courses Health was requlred for 1t taught the student more about hrs body and the correct care of rt Swtmmtng whether taken trrst or second semester proved to be a new and retreshrng krnd ot class After ach1ev1ng hve ot the nrne prescrlbed strokes taught by Mtss Ferguson the grrls became advanced swnn mers and were entrtled to drve and swrrn rn the deep water Perrm Treusur P13 Pity NC e a X Q if , ll . f . Q, f X x 1' ' t if 5 'S I . - I . . H ff . , I , I r I K' Q - 1 - I , e ' s . I V A I 1 I 1 ' , . . . rf ff ' Y V -If 1 f . . ' V f t 3 - 5 M--M. . . , . NN ' f . V f I , lla , ex' t v B 11 1 e- es c f-nt Wli 1' , ,C otary 0, 1 J or '- KC .J 'T' 1 inqhaus, Taylor, Moore, Irriizow, MIDDLE ROWi Hill, Luekintr, Thiel, Scott, Pr'-rrine. F I H S T ROW: Fisher, llreisewerd, Smith, Grwnt, Mayes. TOP ROW: Cfomieiley, Brown, qhfffw M'd r- N fll Cy- p e s. 2 c ti-nzie, iclifrtfrifr, Riegort, Hoff, Kurtzky, Steirimf-let. FIRST ROW: lrririe son, Ilmma, Conner, lmirsck Vogt. 3? ty-elglzt The electives in the curriculum, which were quite varied, opened different fields ol vocaf tional choices for the luniors. The foreign lan- guages, which proved to be favorities, included French, Spanish and Latin. Translating dia- logues, learning vocabularies and playing a form of Spanish Bingo were routine procedures in the Spanish classes. ln the Latin class, stue dents had fun playing baseball. An educational device, it was actually a drill on vocabulary. Although they were still electives, more and more emphasis was placed on the Eleventh Grade mathematics and science courses. These fields included: Algebra, Plane and Solid Ge- ometry, chemistry, physics and biology. Mase tering these subjects and putting them into ef- fect reauired a lot of hard work. Many long hours were spent using the fundamentals which had been learned in beginning classes. Sandra compares the different styles of Junior class rings. Cnce again Home Economics proved to be a popular field of interest for the girls. The coolo ing and sewing classes prepared many girls for their future roles as homemalcers. Some of the garments made in the Clothing classes were displayed in the Spring Fashion show, given for the Mothers Club. TOP ROW: llitniryfr, Kirw- .1 r, 1 g , ewf, , h r MIDDLE ROW M K P me Forty'Tlirce . 5 uni Commercial courses, such as typing, book- keeping, Ctiice Machines and shorthand, were made available for those who wanted to be' come clerks, stenographers, bookkeepers or secretaries after gradu ation. Pupils who planned to enter college were urged to take social studies courses: economics, sociology, psychology and government. Such subjects would be presrequisities for advanced work in any Liberal Arts college. ln the Drivers' Training class, pupils learned correct techniques. Then each spent time pracf ticing these techniques in the car. Taught by Mr. Shipherd and Mr. Schrader, the course pro- vided valuable knowledge as well as actual experience on the road, I TOP ROW: Bfiris, Otte, Nich- ols, Schluemer, Sin 1ons,D54Sv- ers, Scott, Duekei7gnMID LE ROW: Warner, V '91'l,XC,1UTIt' bers, Giordano ries, iDunniA gan. FIRST : ediett, Eisen, Martin, artoq, ertvhs, Wayne, Ba 'st r. ff Y ' . I , t ,'- . .f l , , 'J . I ' f' 4 F ' 1 ' if T V F7 rt! t F3 - i ,I - 'li .f r, . I Fl l -I I . V f . 1 . ' l , 5' ' f 1 :J AA, I f' v .l ,' J- lf' ' Top Row. Glider, cftftmff Ashburn, Mears, Graqq, Pur- mort, Hill, Sunkel, Persons. MID- DLE ROW: Krfito, Reed, Bayer, Booth, Faser, Parks, Green, Caldwell, Ulrich. FIRST ROW: Lipplernan, Crawford, Herbold, Gaines, Stewart, Munger, Hurri- phrey, Hacke. VCl!UG6!Q GNL QI' o For boys who were interested in mechanics and automobiles, General Auto, drafting, metal working and other shop courses were opened. Publications and Iournalisrn classes provided practical experience for those who were recom- mended lor the Saga or Courier Staffs. Next year those who received this training would be in charge oi the school's publications. The undergraduates had many outstanding players in Varsity and "B" team sports. Having three Eleventh graders on the iirst string oi the Varsity football team added to the team's strength. Gary Bridell, Dale Prange, Vince Gire odano, Roger Boschen and "Wes" Faser all Pig: For tyfl'm1r TOP ROW: Cooper, VJ 1 r d Sheehy, Baron, V1ny'rrd, Curtis Brady, Protter. MIDDLE HOV! Craig, Lookabill, Gallagher, Lf! Rose, Runge, McCournfxr'k, Ciru frqlia, Werder. FIRST ROW Carr, Ferrfrrfr, Ptrpendick, Rob- erts, Boenrnq, Kramer, Rrclvrrd- son, Iberir, TOP ROW: Chfxloup-cky, Shel' by, Martin, Doerr, Lang, Brown Clabaugh, Peterson, B rid e ll MIDDLE ROW: Demoulin, Wil son, Derby, Casey, Marshall Lindsey, Blumenfeld, B i l b e FIRST ROW: Lashley, Duntord Wink, Ewalt, Creely, Hartnett Allen, Kahmke. A OI' 1716111 y saw a lot oi action during this season. Bob Allendorf kicked many ot the much-needed extra points. Giardano was given honorable mention as fullback and Prange as end on the Suburban Big Six League team. "Wes" Faser and Gary Bridell were chosen to be co-captains ot the Football team in their Senior year, Viking basketball players, doing a fine job, brought many victories to the school. Bob Chas loupecky, lohn Benner and Gary Bridell were favorite starters on the Varsity squad. These and several other underclassmen could also be found on the baseball team. The participation of the boys in wrestling gave added strength to an already outstanding team. Paul Viehman won quite a number ot his matches. Pat Casey and Tom Derby helped the swimming team onto a very successful season, while "Wimpy" Stevens and Paul Herold assisted in bringing the State Golf Championship trophy to Normandy's show- case. Other sports which held great interest were track and tennis. Girls' sports had their share of enthusiastic supporters. Many junior girls, like Nancy Mal- lonee, Sue Beltord, Sue Loesch and Ianet Stein- heimer, received Varsity letters in hockey, bas- ketball, volleyball, or softball. The letterman anticipated the thrill ot "Rookie Day" and the Vikingettes planned for their initiation day. Page Forty-Five Delivering the Courier is the task' of .lo'1ir1znlix'ii1 students. Mdny Eleventh groders storted the yeor with fresh enthusiosm. This wos evident from the enrollments in the orgonizdtions dnd clubs. ln the iield oi music, the luniors were well' represented in the Boys' ond Girls' Choruses Chorolettes, Nonet, Mixed Chorus, Bond ond Qrchestro. These groups entertoined ot mony ot Norrnondy's progrorns. Lost November, lor: kie Fisher, Betty Krebs, Morion Schneller ond "Doug" Duelcer did on outstonding job in por- trdying the ledding chdrocters in the Qperettd presentotion ll ffr' I .-lrizmm. The Bible Club hod or lorge turnout every Wednesdcry, in spite oi the loot thot the meet- irtgs were held out 7:30 in the morning. Pep Club olso hod o lorge membership of undercldss- men. Both oi these groups took on octive port in mony oi the school's octivities. Boys rind girls were eoger to join the Hi-Y ond TrifHifY. The drowing power behind these Clubs were the onnuol Model Legislature dt letterson City dnd the troditionol "Do's ond Don'ts of Dating" ponel. ompfete 'l'Ol' HOW: lull ills, Pptrrsoii Mr'K1nnvy, Berkwiiieier, Nfiirl Flutes, Fenimore, Weckerlin lVllltl5l,ll ROW: Brown, Sclins-llrel Gmsss, Otlnnrin, Primo, Mrissnr Nu--riser, Lrrtnnfir. FIRST HOW l.uk:zzi, 'Wlfutnt-y, Lewis, Btifvm Svliw tb, Hninii zn, Wood. TOP ROW: Bwrflis, Fhinke Grellner, Cwieskwr, Toeniskoi-tts-1 Vfifst-l, Huepel. IVlllJlDLl'f HOW Wsislsellioif, Rldlvy, N i l :Q e rx Siiitnise, Hwlrifs, Clif-Ckett, Gill fun. FIRST ROW: Klei-nnne, Rr-i tm, l.i--uraxrir-w, Birries, Piltie-it iniin, Cl ms, Ferris. Page Party-Six A t 2 TOP ROW: lttl-in, B., lteiin G., Herald, Vlehnrin, Glllllll Yedl1c'k"1,l.1ndsey,H1:id,G1r1rd MIDDLE ROW: Ray, Parchen Mmshfill, Mfxxty, St. Gmiirrie, Biyrrnt, Pohlmfm, Cirpstiwk, Bril- liird. FIRST ROW: Rowe, Hack, Phillips, Arngld, Si 1-ws, H'1le, Lmerwlz, Htiyws. i .aw X Z Q 3? ff ' 3' rw TGP ROW: l.if'llt1f, M 1 l l el, Hdciknf-y, Alberts, Weriver, Flet- cher, Medvick, Borbein, Krebs. MIDIJIIQ R O W: Vettt-, Groni- Inoy.-r, llurir-fin, Odet, Ntgputv. Stolz-4, l.oc:hnt 1, Lfiinmert. FIRST ROW: Htrrris, XNllll'Iktl'I', Puckett, Web' 1, Vclm, W ztts, Brittzin, Clover. ww- rf .,-r' if imequiremen ts From omong the top ranking juniors, fifteen were chosen to become members of the Notion- ol Honor Society. Quill ond Scroll occepted thirteen odditioncrl members from those stu- dents who were members of the Sogo or Cour- ier stotifs. Orchesis membership included mony elev- enth grode girls. Directed by Mrs. Elednor Dougloss, this group gdve mony line perform- onces during the yeor. Ot speciol interest were the donces presented ot the Moy Pete. Another dgnce group found ot Normondy wos the Co-ed doncers, directed by Mrs. Helen Dunbor. Bruce Krewinghous, Steve Ditrneyer ond Wotyne Toylor were enthusiostic pdrticipcrnts P :ge Forty-Seven li on the Debote tegm. The newly formed Thes pion Society held the interest ot mony juniors This group presented two fine pertormonces The- Rcznarlralrlc llIl'fllf'III al fffzrsml Corncrxs ln Woodworking class, accuracy is necessary .ff p-""" e Carol Ridlvy learns the rrldinrentx of booklfveping, Grid f:l'lIfll'III1'II Pl'l'!1'I' Blnlnlffs. With their di- rector, Miss Coleen Wilkinson, this qroup inode scenery ond secured costumes cmd props. Other orqonizdtions ioined hy the underclossrnen in cluded: Future Teochers ot Arriericcr, Art Sc, ciety, Creotive Writers Club, Student Council find the newly chortered Moth Clulv, Severdl irrxpressive trssernblies were qiveri this post yeor on Veterans' Daly, clit Christrncrs, durinq Close Election Cornpfiiqns ond Pep Rel lies. Students enjoyed the proqrorns which will he rernernlaered for sorne tirrie. lno Clcrines cittended the Hornecorninq Queen us cr representotive ot the Eleventh Grode. Sue Loesch, loyce Leosck und Deono lpero werv condidotes for the Couriers Boclcwcrrd Dcrnce. The tour rnost populcrr lunior boys ond girls were chosen tor ottendonts to the Soon Kino und Queen ot the troditionul Moy Pete. Socicrl lite wars not overfloolqed hy the luniors. They helped plun, dec orote ond provide enter- QQlClflHQ4'S' O 'Hill RCJW: All-rirlrirt, lVlit i1,: McGurrt .ee i-:sr if lli lt O rf: N :n:, ,.. 1:15 C1141 , Holtiqi' vvv. l'lltEi'I' ROW lit Q vi Vi ri 'i 'l'urr1r LEW: 'Wx .5 1 inz, E' low Clitryrrnirri. lVlll?Ill,lI RO fi, ctr, .e, ,'ri:, 1 r", C' , Fr ink, Fllitfl' R i r rits, rrr 11, lf i, W r u D, tlirnirt, fit. vt-ri:1 n Short, lirctiluz, Russell, l.rns, E rr Pwr irrro oniifz Krrirwr Got r I zrrfxrqh, Belford. MIIUl'JI.E ROW' B rsvi, Illurirwiri, V'rnI-I--L-, Til, bli fs, W ZIIVII, Ocnk, Bntcin FIRST ROW: Lockli nt, St'-in' I irni All n Qt 1 ini ill I ind.-iss, C rwtlioin. Wftltnt r, llowtrird, Poll nd, lift ch-an, Mc'I.n1qliIiri, DeVoi1t:::., H t y MII I IF ROW K I4 I 1, link--, Hess, C. zgrfzn, K'-n n dy, Mf ns, Plengeznei' 1, Stl ns, M ith-fw:1, F I R 5 T RCEVV: I'Ii1tf'Ii'1i:t:n, Mf'G'ivor:k, VIN,-i n ir, ID ivison, M ittinqly, I,i11fr'ki, Mt tainrnent for many of the monthly dances. The neverftofbe forgotten IuniorfSenior Prom was planned and carried out by the Iuniors oxcrlur sively. The Planning Committee had worked out decorations and entertainment appronriate with the theme. This was the special dance in which every girl became the reigning queen in her own way. The first year was spent becoming accus- tomed to high school courses, teachers and activities. The second year was passed in ace quiring basic knowledge, learning new tech' niques and building worth-while habits. Their third term found them using this knowledge to attain higher standards and future goals of life. Toward the end of this year, the Iunior anicturesque rom Mr. Schrader tests a studenfs judgment of distance. class looked forward with growing anticipation to making their fourth and final year at Norf mandy one which would long remain in their memories and be cherished by all. TGP HOVJ: lvlillorief, Vfil uns, Benner, Brurnrn, Her 1l.1, TOP HOW: Shiyl-y, Milli ZZ". .1 JW.. tiqtrn, O'IIelI. I' iq. Fc':ity-Ninf- I S .e""""ln J' any an-,S MW" ff' QOPHOMORE CLASS OPI lt ERS Lettman Pu srdt nt Frrestone Vrc 1 In rd nt Srrnonds St tr t nt, Hyrnin Trf- sur r ,-. C9010 omores' o zneteen EGlNNlNG THEIR trrst year on the Normandy Htah cam pus the Sophomore class looked torward to the new classes actrvltres and experrences whrch awatted them as they started on therr three year proaram The newcomers soc t ac eoted added responsrhthtres and the standards ot hrah school hte At the same tune they emoyed the many treedom aranted at the Senror School Gne ot the trrst events tor the underclassmen was then electron Atte r a week ot vraorous camparqnrna the tour out standma candtdates were chosen tor ottrce from the Satelhtes Rornasudotnato and the BlueJay Partres Chosen presrdent lohn Lettman led hrs class through an mterestrna and prorrtable year He was assrsted by Marty Frrestonc vlce presrdent Sue Snnonds secretary and Marvrn Hyman treasurer Marrlyn Nahb Tom DIX and Gary lohnsot served on the Student Drscrphne Comrnrttee A wrde varrety ot subrects awarted the chorces ot the new corners Reauned courses tor the Tenth Graders were Enahsh World Htstory Dance and Gym tn the heamnrna unrt tl Enahsh students were rntrodu ed to Normandy Each was re sponsrble tor an mtervrew and oral report on all phases ot school hte and the hrstory ot Normandy World Hrstory to rnte-rested students proved to be an ex cttrnq challenge ln thrs course the puprls traced the story at mankrnd trotn ancrent to modern ttmes They learned ot the rrse and tall ot natrons and the contrtbutron each made to crvrhzatron Many electrves were possrble tor the class ot l9oO For the scrence nnnded Broloay was ottered Wtth rts studres ot plart and anrmal hte the course souaht to expla n the wonders ot the orqamc world Plane Geometry ranked hrah wrth those who planned t take future Math courses Learnrna axrorns provma theorem and solvrna problems were the basrc technraues Underclassmen tound a varrety ot vocatronal courses such as shop, Home ECOHOIUICS, Drtvers' Trarnrnq, photography and Mechanrcal Drawma P rqf Frtty ' s. ' I X 1 HC' .- Zi .D 1 -1 ' Marx 4-f'.'3?'ti1 . ' - rn, ' , - - . y,1,'f,ysm:-mv I , . , ., 11.1 eww, 'f , .I"'iftI1'3tIInx' rw I, Tina, I 9 - . ,, fa Us .F 4 M pf ' ,, , , . it 1 1,1-1y214Mw 1,1 My Af? -awlf 'L K" , .,, . vow, Q 1 K C , V 3- . :Wits ,151 VS ' . . ' - ' ' Q I 1 - ' -.S 1- rwv ' s ' ' ' , I A - 1 1 55"-' . C 1 , ' , I , . T . 1 11 . , N 5 , 4 - , I Y 1 . f 1 I 1 1 1 1 3 1 ' l Y 1 f - 1 - I 3 ' ' ' - 'f I ' , . , , ,WI I. , . I I I , 19 In so' T , ' c . ,- err e ' ' ' yy 'WTI aff . - '1 1 1 1 J ' ' . ' - , 1 - 1 w I - I r w I I I l , , . 1 1 11 X G r ., , A , T' ' 1 , ' ' o N I I I 11 , , . , . 1 I 1 I ' re an oyihy-eiglzt IRLS ENRQLLED in the Foods class learned how to plan menus, to purchase materials and to prepare nourishing meals. They also studied the correct methods for set- ting and decorating a table for various types of dinners, luncheons and breakfasts. ln Clothing class, they acquired skill in plfiII'1D Sewing on paper plates. students learn to make and making Spring and Winter- ensembles. The Qeomelmc deslgml young searnstresses planned to display their work in a fashion show for the Mothers Clube! bi' beCOminQ DhOfOQTC1Dh9fS OU Thi? SGQU Both girls and boys took the Drivers' Training i s9N?mnd Courier Staffs' class, for they were well aware that knowledgcggg .H ln the General Drawing class, boys learned gained would enable them to become rrioii? .L e differences between types of drawing pen- skillful drivers. Those who studied photographffj and instrurrients. Then they worked on could make permanent records of their schools? setting up the drawings planning a border of 4' 1 days. Many of the boys continued with certain dimensions and spacing the elements is V TOP HOW: Bry:-' n, T with rn, Muskoifi, lolirison, H y rn -x ri, Reichers, Kerny-fr, M l ll li L E ROW: Imvscn, Collirigs, ll rfgf man, Ay xrs, Fi-zgirscri, Tulibe sina, K rmut. FIRST ROVJ: FE:- gusori, B rird, M iiarie, Bi '1r:', Mvrrlwr, Pi-vers. TOP ROVV: Srnrrlliy, lrflurilwri, Hfrhriv, Sparks, Th: mg san, Hula bird. MIINDLE RONY: Grlirzzs, Fox, Si' iton, Mcfh rri-f, Li ,rf- Greer. FIRST ROW: Hxritsii, G :I den, Hirrris, Burhiztz, Lofw-4. P nge PiftyfOr.' w properly. Finally, the class made plates ot stepfblocks or ellipses. Many students studied Spanish, Latin or French. Each subject was chosen for the educa- tion and experience that would he vital to lite in the years to come Graduates would their he ovices in tlze prepared to enter the diplomatic or industrial fields anywhere in the world. As usual, athletics played a very important part in the active lives ot these younq people. This class contributed to all sports Some mem hers were spectators others were participants M J IOP ROW Cunninali ini Wil le ton Pollard K iczm irski is som Thorp Bell Masters MID DLP ROW Boenkstieqel qtf v e Pe usori me Un er wood Schmidt Bruns I-Iodq FIRST HOW True blood Hoop 1 tm in DiFat1r e n oi y Buttinq on ID lr TOP HOW Y it KI: tt Autz iiiiort K o Demou in l'I IIISK ii Henry MIDDLE ROW Torrt Kro in Ko: In Steele Ere ws r H a I ni 0 i Fickmann FIRQT ROW P xikrr Benson Si rick Clodfelter Smillie Shi i B r xr n IOP ROW Alls n Qmith Rob t s 0 Guccione Anderson Bordf is Crupas MIDDLE ROW M :ddr ri Eaton O Malley San lord M1 191' Huckaba Weldon F QT ROW K ll lei Vllillf t in r r a IP oir Ho li love P ra E Fittv-Two TOP ROW: Ludwig, VrrnMill Oda! ir! Ierry Seaton, Gary Iohnson and lim Meador made the Varsity Football team. lerry also ree ceived honorable mention on the All-District Football team. lim Christian starred on the swimming team. Tom Dix, Ronnie Meyer, Gary lohnson and lim Cornelius were members ol the track squad. ln other Varsity sports and on all "B" teams, the boys proved themselves to be formidable opponents. Not only were the boys interested in sports, the qirls, too, enqaqed in athlectic activities. They reported faithfully for practice in hockey, ft UA f O: ' , Q, ,iz W PM 410 F 4 Mmneqercdtf, Terral, Eichenf berqer, O s s i c k , Hickerson Mosby, Ifrcob. MIDDLE ROW: Dale, Bono, Bushan, Henricks, Dueren, Horwitz, Latirner, Liles FIRST ROW: Smith, Miecher, McWilliams, Brock, Evfrns, Cox, Pheqle, Brown, TOP ROW: Martin, Lrsrter Steele, Poli, Whistler, Lowery Robertson, Seabauqh, Hirnirnerf Schmidt, Suits. MIDDLE ROW: Warlord, Haskell, Sturgeon, Vet- ter, Robinson, Niceley, Mertens Jw mmm. Iensen, Sullivan. FIRST ROW Stelzleni, Schattner, Alt, Brown, inherder, f Io sto , 'William LQ If 'oifu xx K! I if nw? .J ' T , if ,V 7 K' W Ci ff X 7 1, , ,541 I ,fp .JV li Aff A I ' f' f J l , f ft uwfl wm',2,f ,107 ' 'IXFCIUQ Fifty-Three 4 V 9'7'x.fL. Z ' D Q rd , -7 ' wg Qmdtlyw any ' 'f 'TWD l it 3 tl ' Qiti lridht ' e win l th' th kj q inqs, e ffyxggph ores pa 'heated enthusiastically in U 'i y o orqanizations. Forming three Tri' Standing before the World History class. Diedra demonstrates her map. basketball, volleyball, or softball. The season ot the year determined the sport. ln the spring some were inducted into Vikinqettes, an honorf ary organization for airls who earned letters in one or more sports He 's t ormanettes, Petit emmes the air serve others and to have Those boys who joined same opportunity. Cther ture Teachers ot America Club, Math Club, Bible Dancers, lunior Orchesis Norteens and the Les ls had a chance to lun at the same time. l-li-Y were qiven the club enrollments: Fu' , Student Council, Pep Club, Debate, Co'Ed and Thespian Society showed that the newcomers were well-repre- sented. Alter a semester of instruction in the regular dance classes, some ot the sophomore qirls became members ol the lunior Qrchesis. Among them were Sue Simonds, Marilyn lNabb and Meredith Evans. I. TOP ROVV: Horstm-ui, Mcxqaii Kvsst-Irina, Scowdvri, Tluriran Clirk, Hfrrpcr, Kfssels, Crews Surkrrmp. MIDDLE ROW: San atm, Niemeyer, Schollrnefyvr Woods, Betlach, Talbert, Tins ley, Meyer, Davis, FIRST ROW Buftinqton, Lowes, Morris, Uhlf' rn- yfr, Bunch, Rvnk, Hicl-crm Sills. TOP ROW: Riddick, King Bodum, Schenk, Wwischselbauni T-xormirm, Schmidt, Simpson Parsons, MTDIDLE ROW: Harris Wiltitxmson, Mantscfxlco, Brown Rvifsztrwk, Mrrrrcllus, Holland FIRST ROW: Hedqo, Smith, Hitt Grrrbt-r, Corbin, Mitchell, Mork M iifyulis. Pfxqe Fittyfoiir U S' TOP ROW: Rfifil , Miryfn la Black, Snyder, Tr iffy, H CI lt Syoeriwrriirri, Npoiif y, HIDT l.l ROW: Rixusclif-r, Hivkrr, Vi'1lsf:ri Clabaugli, McC'1rty, Esswine- lVlftGawtrn, Smith. l'lRST ROW W cr l l 1-ii , Kristerki, Holloway Stirnpsali, Parsley, Sf'llVJ'Ill' ri Srlirriflig, P1 nike. ww TOP HC'Xl.E': E' ss' xt, lfft::.:1: Ll. :r1:1, l.'l'1llir1:1, Al- x :milf r, S ri' rfr, Bcw- ri, Benner, lgisflky. lvll' lUl.lQ ROVV: Snnrnfrizi, Tliedff it Herineftt, Hi rnslicflu r, M f y r 1 Ball-i, Ov' r, lVl'Zr, Plufkd. l'llRS'l ROW: Sli--ll, Gr :lw r, flick- l Sliy, All ld, Rzglit, Soil fircwri. The field of music appealed to many meme bers of this group. The organizations they joined included: Mixed Chorus, Boys' and Cfirls' Chorus, Choralettes, Nonet, Marching Band, Band, and Qrchestra. Because of their singing ability, Gordon Alexander and Ronald l-lickerson played leads in the Operetta .llvvl K1l'l.ZUIllI. Qther sophomores were in the singing chorus and accompanying orchestra. Gordon further contributed to the Veterans' Day and the Christmas assembly. The Welcorrie Dance, given by the Student Council, officially received the Tenth Graders into Normandy High. Soon they were caught up in the swirl of social activities. Marty Fire- stone had the honor of being elected as the Sophomore a t t e n d an t to the Homecoming Queen. Paar Fifty Fivf For the May Pete, Sophomores chose the four most popular boys and girls to represent the class in the Saga Court. Two other girls acted as pages and hearlded the approach of the Mrs. Stoddard supervises the C'O71Sf,T7lClTO71 of nvu' dresses. X -. amers 0 ' TOP ROVV: Shflm 111, lj:-ur Id, Rwmhel, Fwlxwixztz, IInIx1x1f11m, Ifumqh, Bwsler, I"I'IITI!l'INIl. MIIDIWLIQ ROVV: Fusfx, Guerrfint, Smf1II, Kmus, W4-wks, Morufs, Kwxxxpelr, Milws. FIRST ROW: Hn rvoy, Simonds, Fxroslonr, Cjsxxr, Lfilxmxffs, Nfxbb, Evrins, I zrI'1C1Iu, If TOP ROW: Mcmnv, Adwlms, Iulmsmx, Kfuxxrnerxm-fyvr, Chns tum, A1I1:sc':n, I7C1uI::l1c'I1, Iiottm Rx1fker,IW1x. MIDDLE ROW: Aciwxrus, Tlwzznfscu, M-wxdcwr, Rfxx IExf'Imv, Giwxdlsh, Wmuqhtoxx Schulzv, Hcxsekcmp, Morqfm FIRST ROW: Spmxcv, WCSiL'1- rmm, Mommy SUIIWMI, Brmd, Gu ffwrth, Pr-Mit, Simms, Thomfis, X 1 TOP ROW: Stotl.-me yf 1, G mini,- Svh wif-1, Lrok, Wu.IHrt, Hwy kms, Svllmldt, Glurwk, MCP!! lfmd. MIIBIDLE ROW: Lnurencv, Ijmckett, Ifxench, Tuylm, Hm- nott, Dumb, Shoehy, Iohnson, AI, IPR. FIRST ROW: W'xIkG, Bill lxnq, Bouxufkl, Bpcrkwx, HoII:md, I"If1mmOImfm, Hobmm, WfIC'lIe1y. 0 colin I KJ My xg!!! , ' I king cmd queen CI 9' fcrffen ts. S01 "Q of and tribute to the monclrchs WIIII several mod- 1I"e Tenth WEQ, QTQ ' QVDCIIIQJ Qmibtic dnmcfls The Neophytes took CI very . 2 A KX, If t 'Q ' OS. , qroH?,o??l94g1 ?'Oi31yQT61wio1' C f .tive rt in school life. P' QT f JT ,MJ . C f ' . f ' J' LW 2,9 ' A lf 1 4 if 0 'ITM' l'11'yi'l1x mctzcal gnc erzencels TOP ROW1Spx1tz,P':yn',I'clk, Gucucl, Auth: s, Gfudxlfr, Bun- selmslvr, Ledbr-ttflr, Vwrxllyke, Trley. MIDDLF ROW: Clutty. Ixlmxrzpvrxelxerf, V.'1l I , Rvbfrts, Kneyy, Lfxngfnbl nz, K II I I f- r, Sclmwlllr, Tftt-nlxcrsr, Brown FIRST ROW: Mlllowfly, Wood- wmd, IlIII'ICjlII, Helcloerlf-r, Clon- ten, Hxmetz, Fw-ree, Sl:-rwbrfukr fr, Lf! mfly, RI31 TOP' ROW: S5-II, Vlllmx, Hemel' mm., Kfmg -VI, If Ilflfif n, Cllflwl ll, l'x'I'5II'1znff!, Kxlfffff, Cusfeldy, IJIII :farm x. M I I" II I. Il ROW: 'l'cwco, Pram: O'c'f'f1rin1, l'If'll-Kr, Cimplzvll, l'Imm'm, Kel' ley, KIUSSQI, lI1zm-5. FIRST ROW: Wlxllwnbexq, Wwrxen, Hepkms, lVICGmIy, Ifusln, Bellovlct, Hm son, Shfmk, Well TOP RQVVl G1c"1qr,, RLIUIIIS, Bitlml, Heckril, Ozrzxeey, Klfdhr, Rich, Pfuke, Rwxnett. MIIJIULE ROW: Rcuch, Tmxel, Sellmqcr, Krfmz, R'm1S+iy, Hxmterlwrml-wr, Ccmn-lly, Cfzrlzr. FIRST ROVV: Wxlsmx, Butler, Oster, Puzafxterl, Guccxcmv, Blfxnfllu, Hwllldfxy, Bmzmm. In mcmy respects, thls GS well as enjoyable yec Not only did they curry W., . if A.A1iA wiE.f5Lg,'f l W mf4im,,3g?w ,ef J .mg f+wqy,, ' big? if Y -' gysigwi X, Q5 s ,gg aw L K3 2 zllewziiff? 'f Q 'HSQYM Y: ew wgggspqffs ,X Nsgyf if , fi? AQYQYQQQQ .- 4 Wai 'fqviwk an Q2?2fi'?if ZS , 5 1 , W .Qt ,.., , -A K fy 2' . H 5 -iz.. . GJ sh si, f W Wxygw. .ft ff Q ' '-my , .ygigigswzfqfk Q Q51 A ':- 'gg H+ , KJ? V3 . xfagiy g 5,0 'WSW M55 W Ez, w Q'-1 :QF V A W , ,,M.ww ? V - .Eff i' V321 fish , -N Kyiv male tim E.. 3 3 Q 2 ED as -is Pzxifi' iv? Q., Q fi-Q23 if E Q11 fn -X A ,gf w X? ' X kb E Qs QQ E312 bxfigiigig hiwifgggl ii Vj'N .J J Xxigemor of ricip ts an , r X is gif Yi vGg- 9Q1 46 igioo X vTCFgig HSwie W XXQQ x-Gffw p dof 11 Xb me vsfim ST d wfiffgi gk V Q55 I All 'ne the imp . Q gg, K. th ' T Wm gi 2 XXi gk , KO .T th eco QQ 9-Sfiiibl Y A' Q1QyQ? inxfx,-SEQXYRQS. 5 Qi SS 2 Eff-i'?iSi"q S1 is ff 4 35525162 ,.......--..,.-v- .5 :Q A Ae -5 " 5.-5 K' H I Y 'f Q , W 'E qw' ,... fi ,i K few, i n Ag. -lf A Aw , fi JANOSKY ,M 1-,gk uAif!l,' ,V , f'q 5 .. ,,.,-asf' Ex f .fy L q M-ff Q m 2 . if mx ? f 1 , X 1 'fx BOSCHEN ,.-L-""" s3?,,,.'-:B-X .f-""""""- ,arf YQ , if. K 1 ff' , . 'Mfg 4 A My Y,7V V v tr . k MSF? W N s -,.,, I, 'V K 'gg i Agklf K , V? lx ki A11,, ,.,, W '-vf wiwgf gf , ' rd l AA'W ig M X, QM, R 4 Y 1 .x,, 1ssxe TOP ROW: Coach Westbury. FOURTH ROW: Brustisito, Riggs, Polkinglxorne, Eaglin, Burch, Moor, Allendorf, Cockroll, Prange, Boschan, Kantis, Klingler. THIRD ROW: Fasux, Close, Pollard, Murray, Lee, Cooper, lohnson, G., DeVouton, T., Otte, Nussor, Couch. SECOND ROW: Mftnttgor Mtxrslifrll, Fond, Morne, llilfvllo, Mc'-ador, Biidvll, Straub, Bayer, Matthews, Seaton, Giardtrno, Manager Wixifscrftt. FlRST ROW: Lfotxrli ttf-lG'rudi:2, Tv-szkf, Bentssi, De'-Vouton, I., Holdner, Ctptnn Kohn-tn, C11 tain Bt-rrl, Sttlidf-rs, Bttvkft, Swtnk, Itncsky, ll'--id Qhxvli W rivals of the Vikings, had triumphed the past five years. Spearheaded by Kolrnan and lana sky the NHS squad showed a stout defense. In the second quarter l-loldner entered the garne and caught a pass in the end zone. Giardano ran the PAT. Good coaching plus hard practice reams big diviftends. ,-. Wald Jacllefs NORMANDY 27 WEBSTER 0 Proving without a doubt, that they were the "team to beat" for the Big Six Crown, the Red and Green ran at will against the hapless Statesrnen. TD's by Beal, on a line plunge, and a pass frorn Close to Benassi, with Giardano running both PAT's, provided a l4fU lead at the half. Swank and Brusasco tallied in a sec- ond half that was climaxed by a 63 yard gain by Backer. NORMANDY 14 KIRKWOOD 12 Having an identical won and lost record of 4-C, the Wintermen rnet the Pioneers on their own field. Beal started the scoring by running a punt back 86 yards. A pass frorn Close to Polkinghorne provided the other TD. Giardano ran both PAT's. NORMANDY 14 LADUE 13 A fighting spirit and will to win enabled the Vikings to pull this one "out of the fire". Trail- ing l3'U at the end of three quarters, the Red and Green turned on the stearn in the fourth. Close scored the first TD and Giardano ran the PAT. Soon a Rarn's punt was blocked by Sanders and NHS took possession. With less P- nt' Sixty-Tw. ,QY l- . 2. .... 3 Champions jubilfmtly carry coaches and wheel off field. Ogyeet runners thon cr rninute to qo Close completed two posses to Prcrnqe to produce unother TD. Giurr dono ron the oil iniportont PAT to preserve the undefeoted stotus of the future HCllCII1lDSH. NORMANDY 25 FERGUSON 0 Althouqh the qcnne wars plcryed in L1 heovy roinfoll, Norrnc1ndy's biq tecrin wus not slowed down. The scoring porude stcrrted when Close scored und pcrssed to Pronqe for the PAT. Lute: Close went over crqoin und Giordono ron the PAT. The underclcrssrrien trrllied in the second holfg Giordano frorn the 3, find fohnson frorn the ll, NORMANDY 12 QUINCY 15 Truvelinq north to Quincy, the Red ond Green encountered cr fired up Blue Devil tecrrn. During the first hcrlf only the foe scored ond led hy 130. The scorehourd reod l5fO in the third period. Then Norrncrndy went into octiong Beol inode two TD's. The squod threcrtened sev erol rnore tirnes but foiled to score. This wos the first loss since the Quincy qrrrne in l950. NORMANDY 41 BITENOUR 19 Bouncing hcrck frorn the Quincy qorne the resurqent Vikincfs luunched their qreotest of- f'rr' f'iz:ty'l'l.r V lensive. Beul unleoshed the ottotck with o 37 ycrrd qcrllop. Mornents luter Swunk crnd Close scored. Swunk oqoin tullied on cr 93 ycrrd run buck of on intercepted poss, Second hcrlf scor inq wos done by Gicrrdcrno und Beol. This vic- tory qove NHS the Wrrqon Wlieel ond cr per fect leoque record. Hard tackle causes rr frmrblc. l f TOP ROW: Chalauptwky, Giardtxnct, Ricqort, Bridell, Bwrrrtffrg Hrumrn, Nic-hols, Otto, Mrlauqhltn, Couch Rrecrwrt. VIRST HOW: Clcsw, Kltnoler, Ccrkrwll, Beckmrnn, Benassl, Mfrshak, llolkmahnrnv, St--wfrrt, l'A'1rt-rqwr Nilsen. Q I I T 1 D . . I . . 1 J A , f A . . , T ' Q - . ,, . ' ' ' fv ' A ' x fm11.1x lt HE VIKINGS surprxsed many by t1e1nq for htth place ID the Suburban League Play rnq good basketball aqarnst the stronger teams but lookrnq raqqed aqarnst the poorer ones thc team made a 6 5 record Coach R11 qert qwu fast mstructzons I Qtyltr Steady cglfaootmg Denny Benassl Arv Beckmann and Gary Bndell prov1ded the rebounds Charhe Stewart and Bob Chaloupecky made a speedy back court cornblnatron Beckmann Benassr and Chaloupecky were the most consrstent scorers A stronq bench tncludrnq Don Close and V1n c Glardano enabled Coach Pheqert to Juqqle hrs startrnq lrne up Startmq the season poorly aqarnst non leaque cornpehtton NHS caught hre rr thc powerful Suburban Leaque After losrnq to Webster Normandy rolled over Clayton Ladut and U Crty At that pornt the team was hed for hrst place The Wellston q une was a heart breaker The opponents led by srxteen potnts Normandy came from behxnd and hed the score rn tht hnal seconds ot play Then lfl the overtnne the V1k1nqs lost by one potnt 1111111111 1111111 V11111' 810718 1111 1111111 s At MIl1lIl'Ill7f?ll B111 111111111 1f11111'0Is 1111 1117 Zfert Ooeknse T11911 1011111111961 1111 1111851 W111 r1vQ1 P1 111115011 A Ouqh S1 C111111 x 11111111 11 NHS 111 1111111 01119 back 10 de-19111 ML1fD16Wi1Od Loawb 101 lowed to R11 111111 611161 1f11kW111d A W111 ov 1 Brentwood 110516 thv w,Q15o11 T19 Ou1b1c111d111q 11111116 C1 1111 ye I1 W11w WII11 11y 11 1V1d fi 1 1 C1 PO111e1c1111L and 1111 1111111111 W1'11C11 WQ111 111 ed 115 Thf Dow 1 111 111121 11 Q 1211514111-111.1 IXIOIII1 111dy N 1 Ill J 1Nr11 IIC y NCJII11 111 y 111 111 y NFII11 111 y NQI111 llldy 1 111 Illy N 1111 11Jy 1 NCIITI 111 y No1111111111y NU1111 111 y 4 1 11111 NOII11 11111y J 1 v N 1111 11 11 1 111f I1 11 1 1dy 111dy 1 11111y I 1x111cw11c d 111f RECJIONAL 1111111 IJQ111111 s 11111111 8110111111810 1111117111814 L6 'n . 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E111 WV 1 111111 C111 1111 ........ ..., 8 'Z N 12 11 fiy 1,..1,.. ,...,........,. + 1' T11 11:1 :1 ....,..,,............... 1111 1111 S1113 11v1 Doiigiv grapplrfs hard to pin his man. QACHED BY Mr. Monroe, the Norrnandy Matrrren won eiqht and lost seven dual rneets. The season started with a 29-19 defeat by Hiverviewy it was followed hy two victories, 3l-l'7 over Lindbergh and 3U-lo over Ferguson. A 25 lti loss to Ritenour was followed hy four successive victories over Ferguson, U. City, Vtfe-luster and Kirkwood. The tearrr then took tirrre to participate in the Riverview Quad Meet. A loss followed at the hands of powerful Gran ite Cityg their carrie a triurnph over lsadurw. Three losses Missouri School for the Blind, Ritenour and Maplewood and a victory aqainst Clayton ended the season except for "State", Hard work paid off at the State Meet, for Doua Barnes captured an individual charnpion ship in the ll2 pound class. Ron Meyers took second in the 138 as did lerry Seaton in the l75 pound division. Paul Viehrrrann and Tony Tharenos each placed third and Dick Vogel fourth in their respective divisions. The tearn as a whole scored 65 points to take fourth place. "The tearn was very grateful for the loyrrl support of the fans", stated Tri-captains Tharenos, Barnes and Meyers, Qther outstands ina qrapplers heartily agreed with the leaders. Arnonq thern were Dick Voqel, Werner Nilsen, Ron Moore, Bob Tulnbesinq, Gary Iohrrson, Bots Allqire, Paul Viehrnann and lerry Seaton. Qu tstrzn ing Qmpp ers Tifl' RCW, cf nf. Nlprr: E"v-'r:1, V tr'-l, Vi'-hrn1r.r., I tin.,-fn, D-'V.'r:ft:t, tirrr.w,', Slikftflil RUN'-': tk rt rt, Sifnhzi flrlzwn, Tripp'-ssiri: lvlrytreid, M WRST RLJW3 lizrnes, Tttzrrriss, Meyer, xt 11 ITH THEN? rrew Codolr, the severi Vetf erorr Senior dquorrien begdri to ynroctice for the l958 seL1sor1. Aided by C1 few dble uriderf Cldssrrrerr, the Vilcirig tedrrr sworrr to ll wort five, lost five duol rrreet record. Gooch Gerre Del Gdudio, ir1 his first yedr :it Norrrrdrrdy, held lor1g ond vigorous workouts irr prepdrotiori for the tough ledgue Corripetitiori, the dririuol Norr1idr1dy Reloys, the Cloytoii lrrvitotiohol c1r1d the ollfirrrportdht Stote Meet. Coptoirr Ned Gregory, with his brothe1 Gory, orrd urrdercldssrnerr Torrr Derby, Pdt Cosey rrrid lirri Christicrrm were the top DOlI'1f'IIlC1lC9fS for the Norserrierr. Grie of the highlights of the sedsorr Corrie duririg the Norrhdhdy Reloys, wherr the teorir of Derby, Cdsey, N. Gregory orid G. Gregory broke the school record in the l6U yord free! style reldy. This some group suffered o stroke of bod luck 111 the Stdte rrreet wlreri orie rrrerrrr ber storted too soorr ond disqualified the teorrr. Although they were just C1 few boirrts froriz C1 higher positiorr, the squod rrited fourth dt the One of many dives lmzds to bring perfection. Normorrdy Reloys. They received the SCIIUH rdrilc dt the Gloytorr lrivitotioriol rrreet. Gdry Gregory took C1 third orrd N 1 l bldoed fourth iri the SU ydrdl ,styl ' rrikl Derby ddded sixw ploce boirj s O'y - , 'N freestyle. These CQJINDOSX I he o W Yi tdl ,F W l ' . i . Q1 the State Meet, VL, XX5-In In U f l 1 ,fN l 1- Xl fl fi X ll , ' ' V 1 ly l to fix 1 Veteran . quam 'l'Ol' ROVV: K1 1f'l1 Del G111d1rv, R1-11u:sl11-vki-1, Sliiplwy, Svlrriiidt, Mold-111, H11-wlir-rs, Allismri, It1fl111i11111, Ayius, Aritlar-fi. Kuisrrr. SECONIF ROW: Mwrrxiqer Allf-ri, lbyv-1, Giiirgoiy, G., Ljl11'1st111r1, limosky, 015111111 N. Grirgivry, ltr-rby, Ljisi-y, W11ll11w, Hudson, lVl1rr1ger Qllrk. FIRST ROW: flsswirit, G+'l'1ld, IVle1lr11, MOUTIIE, SPJCJCIIUIIALIIJ, Harriett, W1ll111r11s11r1. I 1,1 xr Dotter and Gregerson prepare for a double play. ED BY co-Captains Gary Knarniller and lohn Antonio, the l957 Viking team had a good season. Norman Beal led the team in bat- ting with 29 hits in 57 times at bat for a robust .509 average. Due to the prolonged wet season, the i958 Baseball team had less time to prepare for the dzfardlzitting opener against Bitenour, a league opponent and defending State Champions. Coach Ship herd's boys lost that one in the 7th, 32, but bounced back to defeat The Principia, 94, be fore losing to Ferguson, 5-2. Three victories in a row followed, an 8-4 win over lohn Burroughs, 85 over Kirkwood, and ll-2 in downing Maple- wood. A pair of losses, to Ritenour, this time 13-3, and Ferguson, lO-6, were followed by three victories Clayton was downed, 585 Patf tonville was trounced, Sei in a "state" gamep and U. City was smothered 1042. As the Saga went to press, Beal was again leading the NHS batters with a .344 batting average. Pete Origliasso was considered as the leading hurler. Scholl, Brumrn and Dotter lent fine support. Pete also led the pitchers in strike- outs with l7. Optimistic about the state tournament, Co- captains Swank and McGrath planned to conf tinue good play for the rest of the season. l'CM7'LO4'L 171841 While the catcher watts, Giradano gets set for a "fat', one. IT- rvfflt--Q -f 'Fl f".Qlt"if'i tx fe Page Sixty-Fight l7'lBFT HC?'v'.': Hitflw "lc, Piirslfy, Miyrr, Fotici, Derby, Slineliy, l.-iffisevr, Brryri., Cflxfzinbt-rs. Mliililll BOVV: Bourmi, twist y, lvf rd 1, Nifdlfflt, Rievlii-111, Kri--fri-1, Terrfxl, Briderll, Lowery, Cfzrrcii Wirutbirry. IIRST ROW: Mfrthf ws, Ottfk, Steevt 'tr 'itz K ,:' 11, P ll-iirftlviri , Vizsl, Htirlcllfst ri, Snydri, ilirirrviii, lit,-Jvifr. If s , , r' Y' H'-ft f M- 1 z fr , 1.1 F J. , L 4, 1, - was Uwe 1,57 A C,,1,,o ff. ,ge f,,f 1. 14.,f.,,f.-,-- " 1 I V 1 f, If ' A, 'A ,1 7 ,141 ,- - 1- .3 . " I, 42321411 ,, Vffif Qfpifi' lg: X41-ifb J 1. 1"'-J'-ff., f . ff' va 1. , 1 , I ' 1, ' 'f 1 9 55 L, -dj, Q, zfviffc .., . J . , f 1 2t 2 1 1 n 1 n Jn , ,..- , L Cflflfllf QC, Lf QTITLC 1 ff ufff' ' v A f-'L' at ff HE '57 Truck tecirn did not win o single dufzl nieet. The good rnile reloy teorn ei Close, Burnett, Meyer ond Gcirdner took ll filth in the Maplewood Belcrys. Bob Pollcinqhorne won o third 111 the discus throw in this 111eet find cilso in the Qutdoor Stcite Meet. Hiqh point rnen tor the yerzr were Pollcinqhorne, 65, ond Hud- dleston, 53. The Job oi Cocrcliinq the truck teoin wds token over by "Doc" WestlQ11i1y. ln its first meet, the squad 1-:tceived cr Crushing blow ironi U. City, l49'2-E53l'2. Next, the teorn recovered but not enough, tor it lost to DuBourq, lOBflO5, und to Ferguson, ll2 lfli f lO5 516. Their next loss was to Kirkwood, l33 l!3 - 73 2 3. Now the tide Chonqed, lor the NHS oindernien won the next three rneets with the l3B-77 shelloclcinq oi Bite- nour, Cr llU-lUU victory over Webster ond cin- other win over Bitenour, l2F3 2X3 f BB l 3. By for the most proliiic scorer in the Senior Division w os senior lerry Huddleston with 1 I lU3 l13 points. He wds followed by Close with 441142, Matthews with 42, Polkinqhorne with 40, Deover with 3292, Cornelius with 31, ond Koi mon with 27. The lunior Division scoring lecider wos lim Terrol, 57 3X4 points. Others who ronlced hiqh were Bill Hutcherson, 39 lf' l2, Toni Dix, 35 l!3 Bon Meyer, 33 ond Bich Snyder, 25. Dashing for the tape. Don grits his tvvtlz. FOP ROW Nl t estate Cztlelzolcfers LTHOUGH THE l957 golfers f1n1shed wrth a 53 won and lost repord they were f well balanced tearn Lead hy rnedaltst Clow scorerl Lou Papendrclc s 4l 9 average the tear 1 practrced long and hard to develop the nece Ned df'HIO7lSfT!1flS ll qood follou llnouqlz I sary slalls The squad was composed of Ned Gregory Paul Herold WIITIDY S t e v e n s Rrchard Calvert Tom Carney Paul Vlnyard Ed Threllceld and Papendrck ln the tall ot l957 the squad took the State Charnptonshrp Lou Papend1Clc s 74 75 l49 scor tor 85 holes put h1rn H1 a three way tre for rnedallst honors Wrrnpy Stevens shot a 8l 7 l55 Paul Herold c1787ol54 and ed Gregory a 82 89 l82 whlch when tallred pro duced the wrnrnng 620 strokes whxch won haudrly Thrs sprrng Norrnandys state Cha rnps were as the Saga went to press undefeated and contlnulng to Crush all opponents They opened by beatrng Clayton 3l3262 St Charles 297 252 stopprng St Lours U l-lrghs wtnnrng streak 278 250 and Krrkwood 27l 239 Behrnd the quartet that took state were Don Butchart Werner Ntlsen Tom Carney and Rtchard Calvert 1 " 'g mst-n, C1111-'y, Calvvr. FIRST ROW: Grwztuy, N., Butvlrart, Pfutendick, Herold, Stcvvnss, N g ' I f , , Q ' 'Q ' 1 . ' - . . w Y , , 11 , 11 ' f f 4 if 1 1 1 1 Y . I I l I 1 1 1 . . , , , ,5- , . . 1 . - - ' 9 . ,. . . ' ' ' V-A7 -I , 1 11 . 11 w F all mfg, f f ' '4 F N K y - , , f f , , , "iw 2 1, -1 f f 5 tt ' -M ' ' ' . 3, 1 deg aswgvyf ve' 1 l 'L lb , . . ,www I M 1 ' . . ,Y 11 i 1 404 W 1 1 1 s ,, , ' I . . . . 1 , ' . . 1 , I . I , 11 11 1 1 P1111 S1-1 ty ROV rlt ar am Gllffl rnett W er C, xt n l FIRQT R W Y F1 DW' My vfbbvnny ac et c qua J HE l957 Tennts team l1Yl1Sh9Cl the season w1th l1VQ wtns trve losses and a strmq ol tour stratqht vtctortes to thelr credrt The team coached by Wally Lundt rncluded Bob Klma ler Chit Smtth lerry luenqer Doug Chrxsttan Wally Beckham Gary Rosenqreen and lun Heap The l958 Racquet Squad was hampered by the lack at a home court and lew returnrnq let terrnen Only Captatn Kltnqler Chnstran and Be lcham were experrenced players They were bolstered by Marsh Rreqert Fred Woerner lohn Benner Bob Moutrte Dlck Clark and lun Chrtsttan As the Saaa went to press the te nn had de feated Clayton and Attton but had lost to Per quson U Ctty Ktrkwood Farrvrew and Web ster Groves For the ttrst tune the state was dlvrded mto elqht dtstrlcts H1 whtch to qualify for the state til AN WW W tournament N o r m a n d y and seven ot e schools were 1n D1str1ct lll Each was allowed two slnqles players tNormandy entered Klma ler and D Chnstxanl lt also had two double teams Capt Klznqler dzsuzsws type s of rrul cts V TOP V: Ch sian, V., Cl lc, Hal , M 'f, Hn , , oornq 'hrsm , . . O : tgiserkltarrt, R11-qrrt, Klrtfwltr, Vrrfl, Ertnnfr. I y t I ,UK 0 y tt y V W . 5 'N ' fv Nr' - ' Nl , 'VI ' 9 2,0 W wr J J , Nl Q tj - . - - . I V . Y 5 "' 1- .-3'vfrtty'O1:f- HE "BH Football team compiled an ort- viable record as preparation for future years. Establishing a Ei-l record and tying for first place in the Bix Six were tho main accom- plishments. The season began with a 279! vic- tory over the Mercy Bulldogs. The only lass suffered at the hand of long tirrie rival U. City, 19-7. Then the Hlsittle Vikings" began rolling again to top Webster i3-O, Kirkwood l2'ES, L11 due 34-O, Ferguson l2-7 and Bitenour 20-U. Thus the experience gained would make NHS teams of the future formidable opponents. TOP BOTN: Cf'rr'lr lVli1sttr:'r'i .fr .rr .rrr r .aurirv rn, M 51 ri fr at irf lr::r rnn, Li rr rt' tr Morrrrzr l'Olllt'l'H BOW: Brik, Hyman lvlrrrfi ln, Srrriprriri, Carrirrbn-ll Sc-trnndt, Kalnrrrn, Will. THIRI rnin, Alt-x':ridf r, Krrrrrrnernre-ytri Willixrnson. SECOND RCW Gurlviorre, Adrirns, Tacco, Mon trim, Bunselrneitrr, Antz, Hickrrr srrn, Volina, Wilson, Wadlvy FIRST BOW: Iarscrtor, Raitlirrl Biattrr rs, Poll, ltrrttt-r, Van Mill T-rrrll, Twczrrrrrxr, Meyer, Krrr M rn mir Allen. I S HUW: lolrnson, lisswine, Hin' lt' rrrr-uliri, Srzrw-rrriri-rri, Sisscrn, Ttllt BOW: L'rrrrr'li lvlrrstexson, Bcrft- rr, Terral, Autz, Clark, Guc- t-rfrzrr, H y in -r n, Bunselrneryr-r, Kntrrr rn, Cook, T rorrrrina, Orr- rrr y. F l B S T ROW: Mrinfraer H rlr, Wilsizn, M' yr r, Denroulin, lux, M rzrqrbfli, li ttnr rn, Snyder, ff arsltg tlzletes' HF VIKING "B" cagers were hampered by the same problem as the Varsity, a lack of hcight. This deficiency was made up by outf standing outbcourt shooting and a hustling des tt'-rise. Coached by Mr. Master-son, the "B" team compiled a 7fil record. More important, how- ever, the boys gained experience needed for Varsity play. Highlights of the season were the strong set shooting of Torn Dix and Dick Clark plus the high scoring of loe Taorrnina. Their upset victories over Beaumont and Ma- plewood, "B" League Champions, would long he rernerrrbered. l' :fr :tty 'l'v: wlrf, itpctri, vi. .Ui Smith, Mtrrfxuiis, Tnritfl. TOP ROW: Crrrrii VViiliIlr'Y Fznith, R., tf rrtwriqiit, Pt f f , fir-hweiss, Lrsstrtf-1, Hll'kVIf:'iH, fckstit rr' i. FIRST ROVV: Alt' ' P t is t Ri t 'rdf' fnxtrzn, f't1:1t r, Hyrnfrn, Thr' ie Atifndorf, tfctiit tt, Coax fifffftfifufz ROW: Bricker, Sviiiiiicft, PC iin:iiei::.+ yt r, Thcmg sf zz, Mis' by, Schiiizt, fix, 1, I. in WRST RCTVY: iuriftxiir T ri r K- ll 3 er, f.t ttnitiri, Antz, Gut' f .fwoyilui ,C K C 17 ,Veg A-VCA-L fthe Cgduture ' V! OR THE first time in the history of the school, Norrnondy hod o "B" wrestiirtq tedmi Cooch Monroe formed it to give more boys o chonce to qoin experience on the mot. This qove some o chonce to goin pioces on the Votrsity squdd. The Iunior Mdtmen won only one meet ond lost five. They triumphed over Ferguson ond suffered defeut ot the honos of Riverview, Grdnite City, Ienninqs, Mopiewcod ond Ritenour. Ronald Smith, Forrest Poff, foe Simpson ond Bob Aiiqire off did exceiient jobs on this yedr's "B" squod. fC4'PL-, H44 LL-ML HE "LITTLE Vikings" lost the opener to Ritenour, 1043, and the second qcrrne to Ferguson, IU-8, before triurnphinq over Country Dcry, 9-7. A 48 ioss txt the hdnds of Ritenour wos foiiowed by o tremendous bdrrdqe of runs which defeated Lodue, 14-4. Ferquson dqoin beot the "Bs", this time with ct shutout, 50. But the resurqent Bfers were mode of miqhty in- gredients ond bounced buck into the win coif umn. Led by Thoeie's .714 dveroqe in the next two qornes, they downed Cidyton, 1111, dnd U. City, i3-4. 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Gbfagers IRLS OF C111 towbee Gtlthll 1c1st1Col1y r r ttctpoted m husketholt Mcmy Stayed c1tt er school to ptory orr do-Se teams These dome errded wrth QI Sportb DJY ot Welvster Groves there C111 three Ctcwweb won thetr gomee err ot1tetQ1rtd1r1q rtdyere hc m the Q me teomb played orr the VCITSITY Squad Led by Cooch Ferqubort amd Coptdm Ioyge Luerr troth the qrrlb rrocttced new otdys Wlth ull the qumes orr the home Court the tedm mode Q1 4 U rec ord by deitutmq Welnster 37 35 RITFIIOUT 29 W Hrvervrew 30 ?5 mmf Um vermty Ctty 27 23 After Coch qomt the Vtkmqettee served re treshmerrte GIVIIIQ everyone Q1 Qhorroe to meet the opponents helped to promote qood sportb morrbhrp CIIIIOIICJ tha guts lumpmq Hqmously 011011111011 contmls the up P1 Kvr r i 1,6 5 I . , f f I V . I , .Q , 4 A I V- sf HQ, 1. A ' if . , ' ' f" ' .V 1 . 1 . Q Y K l Q A P X Wir, 'Q' , 1, ' 'Q bt. "1V"2' . 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QS' dn fl Qldlllfj who wae Capable of playma 1n 1ntCf mholaetm aarneb P1nally she Chose twenty ll1l1Q quls for the Varmty squad Playma l1ve qarnes the V11i1I1QG11GS had 5 O reoord lor a very succebstul eeason Defeat lllq Farrvmw 113 12 lenrunab 2816 Well:,tor1 3431 a11d Hrknour 3129 helped bu1ld up th learn s rnoralc lor the llfllll qarne ln the qarne w1lh The 1DI1I1C1D1G each tean1 11N d C11119I9ll1 rules The P1111 1p1a was expen lllQ1111l1CJ w1th the new rulee ol Ollly SIX players and one 111t Normandy used the old rules T111 aarne was vc ry exo1t1na and everyone had to lv even IIVOYL alert than they usually were Alter thre qarne the V1l4111qetteb had qarned another vmtory by a score of 48 22 Th1s O1l1S1CIlldlIlQ record proved that Nancy VVall had he en a very Capable Captam of th kn ROV W rlv v 1 1 1 5 . I X3 I - 1 ' -41 '1 , " ' T ' , f ' ' a f F. , . . . Y . K , ,VX i , i w A i 1 1 f , ' Q - , ' e fw X . Be ,P .' ."f'.'1' 'bl '.'s1l. ' ' , , D ' ,S ' , d , . 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OITLQ MHS AGERLY LQQKlNC1 lorwnrrd to qcttrnq out on the c1thlet1C hc ld 1n 1ny qrrle reported for sottholl Ployed 111 the hott WUUI1 wpnnq buh ah111e the qcune woe enroyed hy everyone whv portrcrpdted 111 the olter eghool progtrge see mons Although 1t herold d the close ot the 1958 bporte eectbon oll ot the ployers Qfllllu 1oet1 Qdlly chose pobrtrone ond lGUIIH'IlCIl95 Then they WGIIT to Work to pre pure for the rnterecho lc1bt1C Contests Thmqs were eomewhot drtterent thre yeor lor r1oth111q we-erned to hotnper the prc1Ct1Ces Although the held woe bornetrrnes, wet ond IIICIIIY were 11roQt1C111q for the Moy Pete th turnout woe bltll qurte loroe The rnterest wluch wos shown hy q1rls ol oll the qrodes wos nuch h1qher thon 111 111ohy ol the p1ev1oue yecrre As the Soqo went to orebb the Vorsrty had not been Chow n ln the pcmt Cooch Helen Dun Ian Iohnson qf ts set to mlm rr honzcrznz su 11111 hur hod trouble 111 qettrnq enouqh pluyer hut thrs yedr she hod dlttrculty II1 Chooernq Q1 tectnr Wrt so rnony excellent ployers IQIIIU tr every posrtron she Wds ohle to Select only the hest to represent Norrnondy Thus the proepe te tor the rernotnder of the sottholl seoeon looks 1 very br1qht J 1 l 'IHVM F1111 rek V Frq Ill QC v nty 111 , Q - Q - e 4 as ' to An l fx f ' ' - 'J wi . 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Social success in later lite , . . . I , f l 593 Jwxx 54 F Ib QW Misfit , Wwfw Miwfiwf .mi lgv N , Dwi iwif , A R ,, r J, 2 -fi waitin will be based on the SI1lOOll'1I19SS qained by participation in the activities that were so much a part ol scliool life. From the trips to letlerson City to the rliythrns of the Prom, the "social season" of l958 will linger in the memory ot all who attended NHS. 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Tldx, C .l' 1, 130:11 , S1 ,:, B11 K1 , 1311 '111-1. ' 'A KVI: 1111111111111, M11-111, T1-11111, A111z, B1 '11, Bllff Q -1, 3 gl' , F11511, ' 1, 0 1 , ' , OW: G111.-s, 111111-:, f1:111-'li' :1, 111- W11, 1X1'1Vr-1, H1-11151111-1'k121, Di11111y11, 'kS, 1 5, ., ' . ,T : , rs, H18 F1111 :'i,, .11 1 51.1112-, 1.1','1'11 K--11.11'1, 1.1 151-11. FIRST FCW: G1 1101, V13111, T11' 01105, F110 ,,, 130 1 011. 5 u 1 Q C' 1 ., 0" : 3' 'Cf , 1 5 -, '1 - 1 . . 5 BTAINING FULL coverage of the news was the aim of the Courier. Advised hy Mrs. Still and led hy Editor Marsha Canfield, the staff tried to make each issue an award winning paper. When the sponsor became ill, Mrs. Baloqh and the staff successfully carried on the work of qettinq news of all events at Normandy. Assisting the S e n i o r staff, the lournalism classes wrote many articles, Each student was assigned a "heat" from which he was to obtain information. Then he translated it into a story. While attending a conference of the National Scholastic Press Association, editors received help that would improve an already excellent paper. After hearinq many discussions in the field of journalism, the staff came home with niany new ideas. Folding the Courier. the staff gets ready for delivery. An award winning newspaper, the Courier for the thirty-fifth consecutive year was rated AllfAmerican. Because of the fine work done hy the Courier Staff, many pleasant memories were left with the students of Normandy. 1- romoters of the ress ,. Y., , , ltll HCM: fauziifiitt Ji, Btvlcll xiii, Iirizt ii, Fittcli- I, Grfifitj, MCI-grin, Nilsr-il, Lfirrivy, Hiiirieai, Chin. ltJlIHlll RUW: Gull lol, Biilzfi, Kr-tis, Wvill, Spfyllriivyt-I, Braslvr, Strait'k+1r, Kalkmeyer, Ltippin. BlIlCOYlIIlUYfil', Ebbinqhtius. THIRD ROW: Con slfify, H iirinutfi., fi isyi, H ill, I.ind'iis, Kim t-l, Cr iwfoid, Mtittinaly. SFCOND ROW: l.1g'pt'linan, Intinson, Riclmidstiii, Hitt' 1' y, Elv' :V it Knifz, Euirzl y, Pciuii-. FIRST ROW: Wt-lls, Lfiyton, Canfield, Story, Schmidt. D lfiqe Eiqlity-Five Bob and Ted discuss the qurrlificcrtiorrs of proxpectivr' cmidirlatcrs. TBlVlNG TQ uphold the HifY motto, the members and officers planned many worth while projects. With the purpose of creating, maintaining and extending the high standards ol Christian character, the boys provided serv ice tor the school as well as the cormnunity. Alter an impressive ceremony, new memhers were inducted into the organization. Carrying lighted candles, they solemnly vowed to up hold the high ideals of the Hi-Y. This memor- ahle event would always remain in the ment ories of the audience and the participants. To lead the work in l95'f-l958, the cluh elected its otlivrrs. They were Ben Swank, pref' identg Tony Tharenos, vice president, lohn De Vouton, secretary, Dick Vogel, treasurer, lohn Benner, chaplain and Vtfesloy T'aser, sergeant' atearms. For advice the hoys turned to Mr. Kent nett and Mr. Frees, their taculty sponsors. At Christmas the llifY, assisted hy the Senior Tri-Hi-Y, prepared and delivered haskets ot food to needy families in the district. This was their most outstanding service project. ln the Spring, the hoys had a car wash to raise money to he donated to worldwide HieY work. A service to the school was the preparatiofi ol the "Buzz Book". The names, addresses and telephone nurnhers ot the entire student hody had to he compiled. They iollowcd the tedious task of carelully proot reading the copy to he sent to the printer. Further work had to he done when the galley sheets wore returned. Finally D Qrl't7GI'S of t e TOP RCJVY: V, uk, Krelrn u., flurcti rn, l., Bird' ll, l'-lit t, r., '.r riff, T :Ki 'li 'T, T:vr:ni.rr xt rkir ll, Grrrclnr r, Klrfrrlt l rng T'rylt.'r Tlilltlt HUNT: lrnzow, Tr-ruiinfr, l :I rssrxr, lirrr zirh, llrir, fit'-'vfrui r. 1 v Ky, Bnrrwnl .a, l'itrrar1n N- Il, Nllf-'11, lr II Prrks, Ailfnft rl SFCONTN ROW: Mrrfruli:-, lA'ralfy, Sulnrlx l',r'lr'rdf'r, 'l'r.i-it .u.r, A 1:r:u:i"rh1n- . t"r ru, Alu, Ftrrzzzt-flux B d x r Bnnvs, 5?'L1rn'Y'r, lttrrrfytr, S3wn+1n1:r, Crzzrgolvll l'lltYT ltC,,"f.': Fx: r, ' J v.' z., ,, rzzs the book was coniralete and could be presented to the students. For social events, the Hi'Y sponsored the lcef breaker and the Sweetheart Dances, Later the arouri narticirtated in the annual basketball tournarnent. This was one that would lonq be renienibered by the titty boys who actively played. The six teanis had a schedule of nine qantes. An excitinq finish occurred as two teanis, the 'Geraqhty All-Stars" and the "Court Testers" niade identical records. Wirinirtq the playfotf qanie, the "AllfStars" won the right to play the Faculty, For the first tirne in the his tory of the contest, the l-li'Y team was victor- ious. The "AllfStars" brouaht further qlory to the organization when they became the chant' pions of the entire St. Louis District. The niost iniportant event on the calendar was the Made! Youth Legislature, which was held at the state capital. Dick Voqel acted as Lieutenant aovernor, and lohn De Vo u t on servcd as seraeantYatfarrns. Ted Kohnan, Dave Q? .,. is, ' " 'f f gan 5 in v J " S i rg' , , A A ? "Wu .ssiilfr Bruce and Wes attend the Model Imgislrzttara banqtwt. Brusasco, Mike Cockrell, Iohn Benner, "Weis" Poser, and "Ron" Meyers were elected to thc House ot Representatives. Tony Tharenos and Steve Ditrneyer were the senators. Bob Klinqler and Bruce Krewinqhaus acted as lawyers in the Suprerne Court. Mr. Frees, their advisor, ace cornpanied the boys to lelterson City. Officers and rnernbers alike aqreod they had received rnany valuable experiences as a result of their work with the Normandy Hi'Y. C Clzoo! unc Gommunity TOP WJVY: Ri th, t't':::t:1n, l , Gil-titiry, N., Krilniiin, Klinrilvi, Heal, Kfititis, Wirlliirwy Krvwiiialifrtirl, litrwub, lltrtrld, ltfiwniir-i, A11 F'lj'ttl:'i THTRE lit 9.2: i'.: i., Oitltin rn, lt-Viwiftiri, T, flluirck, Bwckr l, Harrivtt, Ftfxithrl, Lt ttnuxri, I., Snyder, int hrn znn, livld TfL'Oi'lf ltl'l.'f: f I 1 tx If-'y 1, L-'l'lZlIl', Mrllvr, lint kfr, lfnirch, Silvers, Rriisiscrt, Pryfr, Afiftidozf, Ft'h::,idt, Nirlpvzi, ll T r "F"ll " F r -, ctr fl .F il I' 1: :, . 'J :L , Brine . TCP ROVV: Bfirfcw, Mungfr, I,c:rk11h1Ii, Hfzrtfc, S1 11 ze, I,11'-k1r111, if '11f11, TI111 i, Sf I.1111ftt, Fr1b,111, I'C1- hs, I'I1:11:f:1.11- :, Ft- inriieier, Krt kf It r. YOIIRTH RCIVC: IY3'IVldSf 11, H1 ld, T1111111, Mffrr., I 111111, CJI1111111, I-It 511111- H iii, I 1:11, Ridii ',, V'1n I-IH, F1f'11.f111':11, THIRI' ROW: Watts, Pz1111d11'k, Ii 1 , H11 , C:1111, It 1.22, I.1111::,1 '1, F1 11.141 , Tyl- 1, P1 '.-.11 I'.'I 1' '111r1IY, Stir SI KONI RCVNV: Llfyfitlt 11111, S1 vt 152, I1 :s:1'I1, f5'1i11Ii 11'111, I11.df 1: V1 :wtf14I, I -sch, I :Iii , I1 - 1 1 I'IIif3I' ROXV: Iirirm wt rd, NVI1tt111 y, I1II1'11111111, Gm dt kt, arious Q rojects EGINNING WITH sixty enthusiostic 1ne111 bers, the Iunior Tri-I-Ii-Y inode exciting pions tor the coming yeor. Previously eiectefi oiiicers took their positions with high hopes for the group. President Iocin EIIer1nc1n wus crbiy ctssistvd by Viceepresident Iudy Whitriey, Secretory Ionet Geodeke, Treosurer Cfiroi Driesweid, Chopiotin Ann Corter dnd Sergeoritfcttfkrriis Ioon Nuesse. At the Iirst nieeting, the stctnding conintittefe choirrnen were elected. Iudy Whitney, Progrcnn choirnion, hod the tosk oi providing interesting progrorns for the meetings. Socioi chcxirrncin Ind Gdines storted the socifii sedson with ct hoyride. Toking cr Christinos tree to o chiIdren'1s horne wos the highiight ot Giendo Lookrrhiils Service coniniittee. Coroiyn Cnpron success fully took chorge of C1 candy sole, I'1111' IIlflItt The group took C1 11c1rticuIt11 iiiteitrst i11 youth f111d governnrent. After QI rireiiniinctry tvrogrrnn, dfiegotes went to Ieiterson City to Iettrn cthoiit Stctte Govoriiinent. This ended CI successiui year. To prowe tiwirslfiIl..l1n1iors sou- dolls for fl projzwt. Y N11, 'RAI It1,1.,. 1-11.' I'L I'1 . I1, 11. 1 I11 PII Vt H1 my, YS 11111, IQ H211 I':11:-, W1iif1.I1'11:. 'IIIIII' Ii11'.'. 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Qffice workers received trfiiuiriq that would be Very vfilucible to them iri the future. 11 llir. ty Altliouqh the groups vverel srrictll iii ruiiixtvv tliey met the rieeds of Crll tlie riierriluers. 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' ?x. My 0. ,, ', 7 . , 1, 1 Q1 1 ' T11' 1 ' f ,s, 11 , ' 14 11' C0 '33 ' ' C1111.'t11 , IJIOFNC1 15 11y 11 1, za, . V . . 1 - ' . ,S ' ' I V . i ' i b 1 1 1, , I X I 1 1 . . 1 1 ? - . I J 1 fx . . F " " ' ffl: 111.2 171.111, T11.11',f, G11111'1:, 11111111111 'X1'1.'f:1, 1111111'1, S1111 1111, 11115111 .'1.'1JN1' 11 VJ: 1,:1v1-, M111,1:11, 235111, 1111.-5, 11 ::'1:f',1, f1Q,:1:.1E,:11:1, K1 1.1., K11'.1:1, F'1I1:1q11 :iw 111, 1.1,, 'v1.'.'1-1'1w:111 H, P'1HiS'1' HOW: 1112115111 XII, 1., 1,1::11111-11, F-11w1:z. 19-111 N 11'T.1111f- TOP ROW: Alix-ri, Wirri-ri, Iiniosky, Klvlnfrl. FIRST HOW' Rldwrihowtfr, Sri-fllrriwy--r, ili- W rrds, iiitrrwywr TOP ROVV: Miss Loncg, Eitri- krrnirf, Eiviivriht-rqer, Hwisviiwr, Wuiffrrs, Sillzc, Hulrne, Rowan. FIRST ROVJ: Silis, R., Eliisrirz. fin'-fkfstf-iqr-X, Rrfh, Str rw ri, fl, ri' r., Ulirir rr: rcbrom' ers of cguervices IRECTED BY Miss Long, the Visuol Aids qroup wus responsihle for rnicrophones, tihn projectors, tope recorders cirid spotlights. Setting up thr' DTOjC'Cf.O7'. Miss Long prvprrrvx to thread the lfrlni. Orders for iilrns, records ond topes were rnode throuqh the Deporrtnient. Prornpt ond et- iicient service necessitoted specific knowiedqei Diiiqently working ot donces, ploys, ossernbiies rind proqrorns, the boys serviced the liqhts ond scund equiprnent. Advonced photoqrophers furnished pictures tor the Sciqo ond the Courier. Inn Ionosky, Ernie Spelirneyer ond Iohn Ridenhower did rnost ot the work. Beginners were instructed by Mr. Hostkoetter. These boys ieorned every kind of technique. Then they went into the dorkroorn rind proc' ticed the instruction they had received. E' rrp Niritfty T' nr UAl.ll7YlNG FUR rnernhership in the Let' terrnons Club, hoys hod to eorn cr letter in :rt leost one Vorsity sport. Sponsored hy Mr. Westbury ond Cooch Winters, the orqonizution wos well liked orourid the Cornpus. New rnenihers of the Letterrnorfs club were iriitirrted in the spring. "Rookie Duty" proved to be hord on the rookies, but they dll oqreed it wars tnn. Stressinq sportsnionship rind Cl'1Q1Il,ILl6'T, the nienibers ot Vilcinqettes strove to eorn their l,000 point letter. To he eliqihle tor rnernher ship, one rnust hove played on two Vorsity teonis. X . M'M'lQI'S Ted preszdes at Ietterman S club meotmq Advised by Mrs. Helen Dunbar ond Miss lvlortho lone Ferguson, the club Chose ohle lecrders. They were Noncy Woll, loyce Luen stroth, Grill Boker ond Eleonor Wolf. 3 etters TOP l"lOW': lrriwsiky, Wrrisrwtt, l, Lfliriswi iii, VL:iy zrd, llrysdrf ri, ll lc rl f GI ll 1 "iz-I r-I , Y. -iz zy, Clow, t1r.1:: 1: . ikirpfrn rrp, Sclzull, I in' ,i ir, if rlvert. l' KJ LI R T H R O Vx" W zrzf-ri, Y virilj, lfix, M iytrrfld, Stevens, Hin-kt-r, M1 tlxfwf-1, S1111 ,:i., lil' yr r, H115-fx, Iyer, H 111, ls, Fir' -V: THIW' HGV-T: Hfr ld, Q11 111 11 ff, Nil an r., Lrliy, lufniirf Tvplzr, Berk rn inn, B+ ri rsssi, E Christi rn, Klinqler, Kirritis, Ei -rl, Tliirrerirrsz, G. luliriswri, SECOND R O W : Svhulz- M i' Gr : t li , Hwldni-r, lirirflg, F0 zswr, if :rw y, Pr HDI' Plixddiflsfi rr, Vr, gi-Q, R '-is klx ini, liit:r.t-yt r, l.--ttrri rri, lm rv 4-1 IIRST ROVI: Sw Ink, N. Grf ir xy, Kiilrrizri, l7f-Vi titrrri. TOP HUVJ: l :'J'fr1yf'xt,T1l3ble-fs H4-lforo, Svlirnidt, l 1-wtvzs, Mwif Itwrife, Runs: ll, Frrflzv, Lriekimg. SEQCONYT HOVV: ll-flvllivit, Krwk' I 1-1, ifixi rr, Gunk' ,, Iuhnswri, l. ixift, S5 ir 11, G :inf-14, lgifvsfili. VIRST ROVI: Vfilt, l.t1'-ris3'rrt'ti Ilsinc the f'7ll!17'QOT,Jil!l 110 rircfs 111 nrint . . I 11 IHCYIIVU. HE Allvl oi the Cooperative Occupatiorral Education organization was to enahle il student to learn a trade and at the sarne tirne to continue his education. Guided hy Miss Nada Grarnrnaticotl and Mr. Ernil Rohlts, the students tried to achieve that goal. This was accornplished in several ways. First, they 3 ' C 8938119 O learned about 111any different vocations i11 class. After choosina a favorite, they went to work to qain on-the-job experience. At the same ti111e each and everyone had to accept the ree sponsihility ot cornpletina the requirements for araduation. The elected officers were lerry Kropp, presi' dent, who dropped CCE ir1 lanuaryg Bonnie Evans, vice president and Mary Wallis, secref tary-treasurer, They were i11 charge of the han' auet which the club qave tor their e111ployers. TllGI1 the group had a picnic for their own en' joynient. The rnernhers received two qrades one for classroorn work and one tor work in a store, plant or shop. ln the class, the students learned rnany thinqs, arnonq these was the correct rnethod ot rnakinq Federal and State incorne tax returns. Mary Wallis was chosen to appear on KTVI on a panel on taxation. All COE stu! dents were employed even though there was a hiq unernployrnent prohlern throughout the city and county. TCP HL1'.'.' 15:3 21. f.1111f' Ll' 1:4111 1, H- 1 ., V -Kr, li 1.2 i1'1, R1::.r1111t, K1 55:31 iz, 511.1111 111, Ld'-l' 11. Tlili'-ill ROVV: f't11.z1 I., Y" lx' lf E1111 , ll' 31.1, l- .. iii Al1t111t11-, 1111 tt, N' S1'l11,1-ni 1, 'l'1'::1'l1. SECONN ROVV: H1111, P1 iter, All1IlI', Brrwllrir 111, 111111, lv'l1l.l1III151, H 111111, l.11111 1', G1:,11111, V :id 1. i'll7tS'll ROVV: W illis, Kropgi, livtrns. 1 11 fl11,'-" CU'QQl'S ESll:llNG T0 gain rraore knowledqe ahont the teachinq profession, sorne students joined the Future Teachers ot Arneriea. The group, rneetinq at the horne ot various rnern hers, enjoyed rnany quest speakers. Men and wornen frorn every phase ot the educational field addressed thern. Sponsored hy Mr. Green and Miss Geraahty, the cluh planned a variety of proararns lor their regular rneetinas. President Pat Wells was ahly assisted by Secretary-treasurer ludy Ehhina' haus. The principal funetion ot the Cadet Teachinar Proqrarn, in which the qroup took an activtv part, was quidance. The plan afforded seniors, interested in teachinq, an opportunity to se and experience work pertorrned in the Nor rrrandy Elerrrentary Schools. Workirra with the reaular teachers, they learned about day-tofday conditions in the classroorrr. This practical train' ina would auide the cadets into or out ot teach- ina without time loss or trustration trorrr rnis takes in vocational choice. "iw Judy and Pat mzterzairr lrirrdergarten pupils with cr story. Carol Richardson, Virainia Pourie and Mar- jorie McGinty were student teachers at letter' son School. Sharon Swyers and Sue Schrrridt studied at Lincolng Pat Wells, Ann Manley and ludy Mor-aan worked at McKinley. Thus these airls qained valuable experience in their chosen field. TOP ltifif: Sr :ut Hrrn. rr M- rrr:., Henry, l.1rtt1tr1lw 111, l.' wise, Krt,l1rr.'I'lllHlfHOW': Htrrnm y, Clocltt-ltrfr, Mrrlrrt, Mt'Grrrty, 1 Torres, McG1nty, Iwi. SECOND ROW: Hcrrelt, Lrytfn Rrwtr rrdsorr, l 111111-. PIHST HUVV: Wt-its, Ehhrrratrfrus. l 111 N111 rv 511 RESENTING the 'Beoux Arts Brill" wus the rrrcrin project ol the Art Society. Led by President Bonnie Boker, the club decorated the Gym to tit the therne "Deep Purple". Assistirrq were Vice-President Port Wells, Hecordinq Sec retdry Alice Westrich, Correspondinq Secretory Virqirrio Wcrlloce, ond Treosurer M cr r ion Schrreller. To quolily lor rnerribership, rr person hcrfl tr, subrnit cr sornple oi work or send Cl letter tellirrq why he desired to join the society. The worl: wus supervised by Mr. Neurrrorrn. Mony ot the students entered the ditterent contests open to the Art Society. lorries M. Mortin won cr Blue Ribbon Key Awcrrd lor his sculpture in the No' tiondl Scholostic Art Awcrrds contest in New Yorlc. 'l' l' lt! E1 'l", 3, :,. 'it-, lar tr., l. :y 'fir .r nn, I llcrry Tlllltl ttt9'Jv': ltzlt, llzr' znrnli, ff 'tty 'JJ' r, f-lat' . .- l.l- :H r ,N K1 tr. f'l'ft.Ftl' ltt llvb' llzzx t -71:1 . tr'- ::,r: uf ,:,l1 l'1 in l' rr 1' Vit r. , Lrg r lr rt' :rr Fllrtful' lttillf. tfwttn- llrrr, Wt tl., lirrkr r, 'Vt' ft rrtlrrr, Will: 'llllt ll tt rt. . frfrnn- 1 r rt ll r 'lfn'-y, L'lr.l4 r, Mull' nzj 'l' ty ltrr, KV-rn' lntrz, l'rrnclr, Hrrth 'l'lllltli ROW: Kr rua, l rtnn I, Snr xlt, Hula 1: n, 'llinq .- y, t1"', rr, rn fflft 'll ltk.f'f.': r rx 1 H rr , l.v rn., Z rblw, l.l rrrn, M rnrfzt- rift, llnftc rlrrr l' l lt S 'l' RUVVZ VJ rtt:., Nirrrit--lrlt, lrxr-rt, t1rr,1', Hutt l.- rf- rt rcbartzc LLDILI1 ts 111 ED BY Miss VVillcirrson, the Thespion So- ciety presented rnony ploys tor the env joyrnent of the students art Norrncrndy. Arnonq these were Thr' lIll'i1lf'lIf ul 1.llII'.Vllll f.lUI'llf'l'.Y und f,'r'1rllr'l1n'lr lIl'l'.f4'l' HIIIIIIXPN. Both WGIP well ref ceived by the rrudiences. Merrrbers ot the costs included: Cfdrol Dixcn. president ot the Drrrrno orronpp Porn Gross, the vice-presidenty D e cr rr n Niedieldt, secretcrr y, Shcrron Wcrtts, correspondtnq secretory crncl Bcrrbrrrcr lslntcherson, trerrsnrer. Sorne ot the rnernbers crlso qove reddinqs rr' the ossernblies ond lor other rneetinqs. Qne ot the recruirernents set up by the society wcrs tho: the students rrrust ecrrn points before they were risked to join the club. l':r 'lrr.f",'l.t-:lv A fr , 11, A rtifirr if 1il.:rf'. :, '1. r ' fl' i.i'Jf1 V- 'r ., 'Ql,rrr.1ir as 1 1' r r, r 'l'C3lf' Hf.li.'.': Ehhrrr ri. rust, l'lrri . r. F hrrrtdt, C rrri'-y Klrrrzrlwr '.'.':1, Er ::l'r Biker. 'I'HlRl HC,,'N'f: VI- .ity K-.lkrrv yt r, H :rn-rs lirvbs, lirrkr rrrirf-yr-r, l' rr v er za, f9:r.1th. f'lXfCPNii HUVV: Everrrii, ll11'I lf Gr y 'ru E Q Hifi Hrfl. x Q L 1 N QRDER to irnprove their writing, rnerrrherxs of the Creative Writers Club rnet to discuss their work. Meetirrqs were held once cr rrrontlr. Poerrrs, essays and stories were read and evcrl- uated hy the group. Helpful criticisrrr was aiverr by the advisor, Miss Esther Goff. Qffrcers were ludy Elahirrahaus, rrresiderrtg Dick Voqel, vice president Bonnie Baker, sec retcrry and Paul Lettrrrcrrrn, treasurer. 'llhey and the sponsor errcourcraed the writers to irnrnroyw their literary works. At the end of the year, cr cornrrrittwe chase the hest selections which had heerr written. These were corrrriiled in Thr' llIfr'liIl42'5. the cluh's annual ouhlicrrtion, QNORED STUDENTS from Saqa and Courier were awarded the qolden key a symbol of rnerrrhership in Quill and Scroll. To become better journalists was the aim of all rrrerrrbers. To obtain this honor reauirerrrerrts included a high scholastic standinq, excellence in journalism, and a recornrnendation hy tlie sponsors. l-lavinq rrret the standards set hy the lnter national orqanizatiorr, sixteen students becarrre active rrrerrrbers. They were inducted in an irrrl pressive cerernony planned by the officers and sponsors. Elected officers were Barbara Gunkol, president: Carol Richardson, vice president lean Mayes, secretary and Marsha Canfield, treasurer. P rrp- Nirrt ty Nun,- EETING EVERY Vtfednesday rnorninq, th Bible Club, guided by Mr. Biehl, invited many quests to be speakers. Some members also spoke cmd planned imusual meetinqs The Bible Club, organized tour years ago was led by Don Close. Assisting him were Patil Steeves, viccfbresidont and Margaret Bensielc secretary-treasurer. The cliib had a very sur cesshil year. Une ot the projects was the care ot an orphan who lived in Bethlehem. To do this, mernhers contributed money in tree wi ofierinqs. Varied and insrriraticnal programs were planned. Each week the meeting opened with gospel scnas, Cl'1OTl1SC"S and prayer. Aaain thi year, the Bible Club entered in KI city widc Bible Quiz at "Youth For Christ". The theme ot the club was "The New Look". Sc-inc ot the meetinqs were "Draqr1e " 'lThe Bible Cn Trial". Parties and picnics were also planned. Q Acting ru Prose: ilrmq Attorney. Don puts Ihr' 8.710071 trial. C 3 , ' if . 15 i Q " nriv o wit 'SS tor rist not 1 y Q ' rionds but m ona the studs nts at Normandy. ruzifcfens o Jfqttzfucfes TU? B' : , '12, F' ..-. 1 Pzaai rg 1 I ' 1. 11 1., . 1 11 1 1 7, 7. :1 , "1 ' 1.1. ::, .1 1 ll 1 , ' 1 1 , i1 1lri1'k:'11, I :1::"1 .' I l3i..'1. llll'Tll L 1" ' 1:11 , I1 ' 11 , '11 1 ,Q y, fw , W ,.:1, 1 l , '. 1 ', ' 1 w, 11111 l'1r1I':i:1 'tt.1.1.i1r f. l 1 1, 1 l l.1n'1-:rE11: : '1 .I " C ' '11 : Lf: 1, .' 1:11 , X 1' :rr..', i' 11, : 1-, 'l 1111 , Ktirtzky ',t.'rll1 1151.111 li: 11' 1. li ::'11 1:13. l.i1't1t , H tw 1"1 1, ' -1 1:. ". lu 1 11', 251' 1, 1 1.'fr:- :., 'FI . x-3111, 't -'12 ll 1: 1' 1' 3' ' : C 'r1:.', l 11. 1., .1 1 fl -4, if 1 1 1 ,,, ,. 11, .. 'f , ,. ,, 11 .s1 11 1 . V., ..,. ,1 .1 1151, E11 lHl11'.'1',' li II-ii, l Z., . 'J . :1 19.'.'. . .1 ,, . ..1 . ,11 , .. ., 11. ..11,.y.' 1.1: .1" iffrz, 27111-. HE SYMPHQNIC Bimd, Conducted hy Mr. C. Herbert Dur1Cd11, provided C1 Challenge to ITlUS1CUllY 111Cl111ed students Th1s OIQOIIIZVI t1o11 W IN open tc tl pu11ls 111eet1r1q the 1'1eCe sxry 1equ1re111e1 ts Wl'1lCl1 mcluded hovmq VI redsormble knowledge of r11us1C Some of the 111e111hers hod he P11 1U the bond SINCE? they hrst tdrted 111 lumrr l-hgh School Pe1tQ11111r1q tar s hool c1sse111bl1es ond ot the hor 1 11dy M1 1Q AssoC1Q1t1or1 Concerts kept the IIILJNCIGIIS very busy For the concert the loomd 1 la yed Pop Goes the Wedsel Cl novelty number cmd Toccotd CI cldss1ol select1o11 At Chr1str11os they pldyed the IIlC1Q1'11l1C9Dl AllClLlJQIl'1 hy Mozdrt The Best ct Broodwnty duected by M1 Du11Cc111 wds emoyed by hoth the school o11l the 011 111ur11ty Produced hythe1r1us1C stude11t 11 present d solos cr1d e11serr1loles Nu uloers lro111 P111Q1111c1 Gctrr e c111d Qklohorrm proved r 9 R if l J Russell practices his solo for 11 music axscnlhlu to be very popular Wllh the 11ud1er1Ces For these the hc1r1d furrushed the CICCOI'IlDGIt111GHlQ lor the voCc1l1sts lt dlso p1ov1ded the c1t11c phere for the entrre prod11 llOTl QI owners 0 umnt 7 Q oc les 1 HCl TIL P110 H1 dr f ' is e ual A, 3' 3 4 ,s- fl 5 ' 1 1 ', ' ' ' - N ' A f 1 Ee 1 ' , 1 ' ' .5 s i ' f: ' ' . . , ' s .H . 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'lk1:,:',1 s, l :1111l1, Ql1r1.f11111 l ft 111 111 el Tl111r- tm ayers 0 feat Cgymp omes An ensemble prepares for Il future public appermmcc HE SYMPHCNY Orchestra dtreeted by Mr lean Rayburn rnade many publrc ap pearances Havrnq varred selectrons rn the re portolre the rnustetans presented rnany enJoy able proarams A er partrcrpatrnq ln llml 111 nu the or cnestra presented lfnqblrabts from the operetta at the November Normandy Musto Assocratron Conpert At the sepond Concert the orchestra featured Margaret Bensrelc as plana solorst Slne rertorrned the Mendelssohn Plano Concerto N: l rn G Mn or Also at tbrs Concert the or clrestra presented Trumpet Tune and Alr by Pureell and Quban l-lolrday by Pbrllrps Qn Mty 2Otlr th orchestra rnernbers c tended the annual Instrumental Mt1b1C Depart ment banquet at tbe lunror Hrqh Spectral recoq nrtron was qlven to students rn the form Ct splrolarslnps to surnrner Camps and Qertrtrcates of sc rvree Fmally rn lune they played for the Senror Hlqb qraduatron CQTQIIIOIIIQS 'ROW V1 R yt r x x xl 5 K r' Q nik FlR'Xl' ROW 'C r llu l 1 l . lt , ' l l ' ' x 'fn , A 1 Y l , . f S , ' , , F V 1 , T , 'l ' I . 1, C. 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I,f:':'l"1' em ers 0 e ect roup EETING ON Frlday rnorrunqs the vorce ot the Choralettes could he heard echo mg through the empty halls Each person rn thrs select group had to he farthlul rn order to remarn a member Mrs Helen Ball the drreftor ond the ants strove for pertectron and tone qualrty Smqmr 1n llffr A11 una Veterans Day Assembly the Chrrstmcrs Festrval and for the P T A and Pm Lawn Chamber ot Commerce provrded a heavy schedule Carryrnq lrqhted andles the smqer rmpressed those at the Chrrstmas Festrval l 1 srnqrnq the tradrtronal Dona Nobrs Pacenu The Nonet a smaller qroup was composed of qrrls from Choralettes These were Indy Kell meyer Geneva Barlcs Ioyce ltrenstroth Ar 1 Latrd Rosemary Kaplan Maman Schneller Str Beltord Iudy Duntord lfrclcre Frsher lean Trl bles and Retha Lockhart The Nonet sang at J k 'll 1 rppzl c onx 1110 pu fm ssernbltes the rrtstrncxs estrvctl tn tre l doom at Famous Barr rn Northland and tn l1ul9lS r KI lift 1 l IIllll1IfllllV ' ' , ' ss '. , , ' ,: , N ' ' A I X l . 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FIRST BCVN1 Th zrrr :1, S::.:l., - V4 - V t 1 ' , Br -Ver l"l:i:1': 1.2 fc Bm: lrllfrc'-1 r., Bbw-r., L rr '.'Jrr'::.', R'-::..-iw' krr. ,i ClI'I'l'lOI'll.OU.S' 8!OC!l.Q.S' TBlVlNG T0 produce perfect tone quolity ond sznooth hctrrriony, the ull rnole chorus rnet once ct week for rehecrrsol. Boys in the Tenth, Eleventh rind Tw-elith guides were en' couroqed to pctrticipote in this qroup. Directed hy Mr. Arthur Kennett, the boys pre pored for the Vetorohs' Doy Assembly. Cn this occosion the Chorolettes ond they sono 'Cunticle of Peirce". Loter they were in ct Nor- rnftndy Music Association Concert. Their nunr bers were "Blow, Trurnpet, Blow" find "Soph- ornoric Philosophy". Frorn the Chorus, tour hoys were chosen to cornpose ct rridle quartet. Gordon Alexctnder, lirst tenor, Douqlcts Duelqer, second tenor, Ben Swcinlc, baritone ond Douqlos Christion were selected for their vocol cihility. Dressed ir. cos turnes oi the "Coy Ninetiesw, the quortet song idrnilior horber shop nurnhers for the Moy Pete. , '-'x s V S. X t l v N I , . an li 1 9 . lt The Boys' Qirartvt blends itoicvx in "Der1riv l 1:eC,Jr.f Hvlnclr--ti Nn. 1TH THE sinnnier hwconiinq ci nieniory, the students of Noiinondy ioeiiiined for the new SCi100i yeoi. Meoiinq oid friends onci iviokinq new ones wus the hope of The enthu siosiic Vikings. Tho pupiis qoiiie-red in the hoiis und onxioiisiy owfiiiod ihf' fiirli heii of the Con: ing yeoi. To inciiniciin sehool spiiii, seveiol pep 11:-1 zeeinioiies weie led by ourctiiwoiieodei:-1. Siudeni :support of the ieqini, os shown in iheiso fisseni hlies, wow of qiezii vcziiici in :-:piirriim The Noi inondy Vikings on to victoiy. in oidwi io honoi ihe iecnn, tho cheer ieocivias quve :sovoioi viz, Tory ymoiiiea. To welconie Tho Sopvhonioifwl ond new mipii:-:, the Siiicii nt Connvii f,5oVi- it onniifii VVeiConin Dziiicfv. Dirssed in iuoiiiiufiins ond SiC1Ci4S every one enjoyed ihe cionce very iniioh. in Uoiohri The HifY zligwcuiisoivfi The onnnfii in'-f Bieoicei Donoc. Iciuies ond iqioos wevicgonied Those who otiendeci. Soon to ioiiow wore 1he'TiiliiY'5 Hui vf25iDc1ii45L-. At this oveni Shi1ioiiGffi:4i ioiqnf ci fi:-, CIUQQII. Rcfgjistrritimi nmmis rivu' c'01i1'x0x. Thf' First ffflllfl' ll70lf'0Hlt'N IIl'lI'l'OHll'I'N, C'lIf't'I'Il'lllIt'7'VUV01 Iiimmi has i'ic'tory party. Imfzw and C'r1'rI ,vlrizw for pvrfcfrfiorl. 1 Huzmz: i QIVLOI' 1.98 LL QP the Senior class was required to take the Ohio Psychological Test given by the Guidance Department. The score rnade on the test predicted the student's ability to do college work. Early auturnn found Sophornore, lunior, and Senior classes preparing tor their elections. Many days were spent nialcing posters, writing plattornis and signing petitions. The elections were conducted in a very dernocratic way. ln order to be eligible to vote everyone was re quired to register. The purpose ot this torrn of voting was to taniiliarize the student with the national elections. The clirnax ot each carn- paign was an assenibly in which each party could present its plattorrn. ln addition, each presented a cornical skit to add sonie hunior. The big day arrived and the reward was great tor those elected to ottice. The honors ot presi- dent were handed to Senior Dick Vogel, Iunior Bob Allendort, and Sophoniore lohn Lettrnan. Soplionzores erinzpriign for votes. Seniors listen lo niorrls of wisdom. Juniors prepare to elect clfzxs officers. Something secretive must be going on. Pig- Un. ltiintiit-d ill' v- n 1111110 and Ron synzpatlzizv with Hfrylrood. Mflrzlyn trim on ll Senim 'rii1g1. Mrs. Ball flirvrls Ihr' fIIlOI'l1Il'IION. Cl lift till Q MID THE excitement ot closs elections, Miss Colleen Wilk- inson ond the Thespion Society, Iound time to produce the RI? MARKABLE INCIDENT AT CAR SCN CQRNERS. The production, the first crtternpt with C1 ploy in Ilosh brick, wus highly successful. The dciy tinciilly cunie for jun- iors cxnd new seniors to order closs rings. After discussing whether to huy on old or new style rinq, eoch wus rneosured hy u represento' tive ot Monti Iewelry Cornpciny. For the third consecutive ye-or, Nornicindy wos deeply impressed hy the inspirotionul Veterans' Dciy Assernhly. Severcxl speokers told of the iinriortonce ot the dciy. Got don Ale-xcinder udded to the so- lernnity oi the proqrcun hy sinqinq "My Buddyii. If9QI'lQI1CQ.S' HE E!-XGEBLY antrclpatea l-lomecommq Weekend llflfll ly arrlvecl The Ceremonres began with a pep rally arven by the Cheerleaders Then Coach Vernon Wrnter rntroduced the rndlvrdual members of the football team The next event was the bla tort ball qame wrth Brtenour By w1n mnq Normandy recerved two hon ors possesslon of the Waqon Wheel and Qhampronshrp ot th Suburban Le taue B1 Srx l the parade the Art Soclety float '-.,.,,mv'.f representmq the Webster qame won a s1lver cup tor bemq the best entry Sally Streclcer was crowned Queen by Co captams Beal and Kolman That mqht the Saga qave th Iarlhouse lurv a Ba kwards Dance Norman Beal rerqned as Krnq md t Tl lIl""' Art Socrety creates the wmnmq float Sally enyoys a przcz lr as moment A certain headpiece sefs him apart. Wa ith? Judy and Drrrnv dress fm' thc bull. vents 0 38 WlRLlNG l7QHM!-XLS, rhythmic feet ond srnilinq eyes were in evidence ot the Beoux Arts Boll. The crnmirrl lormol dcrnce wos sponsored hy the Art Society, which wus dif rected hy Mr. Willicrm Neumcrn. Usinq Deep Purple for cr theme, they corried out the motif with decorcrtions cmd refreshments. The Volerrtine Donce, sponsored by the l-li-Y ond the Tri-HifY, wos coiled the 'Heortbeot Holiday". For decorotions, postcords from holi- doy plcrces crll over the world were used. Bor- horo Lecrvecr cmd Don Ze-losko reiqned os kinq ond queen. Eyes lull of wonder ond orrrozernent loolced crrouncl the compus ot the hiq Senior Hiqh. These helorrqed to ninth qroders who come for Qrientotiorr Dcry. lfntertcrimnent cmd uselul in- formotion wfrs provided hy the vfrrious orqone izotions. The Courier Stott entitled its dotnce "The Bowery Bent". lno Gaines wos crowned "Poper Doll" for her excellent porrtomirne of "Mommy, l wcmt cr drink ot woter". The Gym wos dec- oroted by poper dolls, which were honqinq from the ceilinq. rl r rr Crit- Hrrrrtlrr d Pitt rr. 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P' :111 '111 1: 111 .'1 11-' 11 1 1 11 CCCLSLOVIS IMI. and Dot adnmc stuffzd anzmaIQ SlNG THE theme Qcrrmvcrl m Pmlc th members ol th lumor gloss frrtortdmed the Semors dt the drmudl Prrm The deoort trorrb lectured dll lcmds ol enormous btulled Cllll mdls Pmlc cmd whrte etrermerb blmuloted o Cdrmvol teht The refreihmertts ol punch dhd mmts were served by Nmth Grdde qlrle MC M1 key Deover kept the floor show movmq Qmoothly Dreesed m tormdl olothee questfz dhd hoete llooted drouhd the dcmce- floor to the romcmtro musro ol Corl Rofxxow 5 orcheetro The decorotrohs refreshments cmd muorr mod thre cm GCCCISION that would lrve m memory l 1 Om rr 4 1 I The Vrlcmqette mrtrotroh was hold m the reolm of dmmols Drttererrt from other yedrs the mrtrotrorr wds ohduoted OH Scrturddy lt the cgrrls drd not follow the explrort mstructrons ol therr B1q Srsters they recerved some kmd of DLlIl1SllIIlGT1l The next week o serrous mstorl ldtrorr cmd homquet was qrverr hy the old mem hers Urrusuotl errtertdmmeht wus provrded Then the owords were qrven ond cm errqrdved trophy wos presented Qu rt wcrb the hdme ot the qrrl who wds chosen the heat dthlete of the yeor The olflcers forthe Commq yedr were dlso el ated ff' , "f the . , ' ff! ,I 1 Y f f l f ' X - f "L 2t's If I f 'I'urlf". r 7 , U A ,, . y , , . ,, 3 3 . 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Pmohy, The MCB dis Tl19IT1b9T?H WGS Tho CPTOSPYI TTTOHTG. Tho Twill Vulqod Tho TTTTTWTQ of rho MQW Km! 411161 QTTQQTTT decorations consisted of fx Tomily of Tho TQQTTR: Dmmig Bi-Tm,:,151 HMT Tudm, MO,-WHL NOX1, mg Udmmnq MQW IWW Olfiglllfjhilex- T'T+Ed dcmgrf rs mud Urchesis JGTTOIIITFCT T11 their I Durihq The Corormtiou Tho mosT 1309111111 T'TfN'n NOYYUT- Tho 5311111 di-H159 COUC1Ud9d mg COW' cmd qxrls of The lows! classes oTTsrrded Thr IIUVJ zxmurfiz. Happy couplcs ride in their "Mr"rry Olrlsmobilcfu. Gzrlx ridv on f11l'jl4"Hjt'1lf'It' HIUIT for T1ro". Jqttencfants 0 Qgemor Oyez ty SOPI-IOMORES MARILUN NABB md TOM DIX RONALD MLYI:R md MARTHA FIRESTONI: Y Ei ie' JUNIORS ngjq' W4 fm? 51 V JOYCE LEASCK and WESLEY FASER DOUGLAS DUEKER and INA GAINES C QIZIOI C2171 1018 IXNLT I UI NIS TRUTH VONX THXRI NOS fi' Q,-,sf Hg '?'H-af' i' N-XNIDR-X FRII fl ROB! RT POI RIN! HORN! I D ' 772 ? f 'M 8' . Xt . .. 5 L f U J the C nga Qui? 'gm DIC lx X Obk L BARBARA QUINM I Nina.-. XORXIAN HI Al UAYL BAIXLR 1 1 11 U11 1 Y 1 .f , M if I 1 C IIC fl Willy vwill? 7721 fDfIIlIlS CIICISSI Cguflgfl fg2 fl,lQ8lfl 'FW gg l7ZlSS qllffy 7ZOlgflII TONY THARENOS Snow King may af SALLY STRECKER Ilorrzcwonzzrzg Queen 'QF' NORMAN BEAI. Baclclvaffls Dance King onarc 5 0 193 INA GAINES Paper Doll Queen 113548 what 'nv 1--my QAROLYN CAMPBELL Bcuux A rls Queen DON ZELASKO and BARBARA LEAVE.-X Sufccllzcart King and Queen V g'ff!b +-naw VT, SHARON GERST Harvest Queen Km, 'H rg W J goout Q gdvertzssers To those who enroyed readrng the 1958 Saga the staff srncerely recommends the followrnq frrms who ass1sted materrally rn publrcatrorr ct the yearbook wrth therr advertrsernents Mo t of them are frrms that for years have supplred Alameda Salon of Beauty Allhoff Brothers Feed Arcade Lanes Art Games Baseball Camp BK Furnrture Becktold Co Bel Nor Pharmacy Bernetta s Dance Studro Bradford Iewelers Brrx Florrst lnc Campus Cafe 4 Candrl s Food Shop Carsonvrlle Cleaners 4 Carter Carburetor Chrcken Cottage Restaurant Curnparr s Darry Queen Dan Dee Ready to Parnt Furmture De Paree Barber Shop 3 De Paree Beauty Salon Dueker Carpet Co E A Horstmeyer F W Woolworth Co Farmer s Market Favers Badro and TV Frrst Federal Savrngs and Loan Frrst Natronal Bank of Wellston Floyd Heckel Florrst Frank Nowack Frank Westlake and Son Drug Co Frank s Texaco George C Schneller Agency Grbraltar Burlders lnc Godat Drugs Goody Goody Dnve In Grrmrn and Gorly Florrsts Gus s Market Shop H Klrne Hansberry Cabrnet Shop Hrllmann s Camera Corner Holrday H111 lnc lnvrsrble Wrndow Co Iewel Beauty Shop lones lce Cream Krrby O11 Co L A Marler L A Schaefer Lambertr Shoe Reparr Lenz Market Logan Basrc College Lyndhurst Auto Parts 141 the school rts faculty members and rt studentw wrth guaranteed merchandrse all of them repre sent reputable frrms that w111 stand behrnd therr clarms By your patronage you can both show your apprecratron and benefrt 1n your buyrng Mallory Burck McDonnell Arrcraft Corp Mclirnney Brothers Cafe Merrrtts Super Market Mrdtown Gptrcrans Model Pr1r1t1ng and Statronery Co Montr lewelry Moog lndustrres lnc Mother s Club Nabb s Market Nrxon Brothers Normandy Florrst Normandy Presbyterran Church Normandy State Bank North St Lours Typewrrter Overland Drugs Pagano Super Market Pagedale Cleaners Parent Teacher Assocratron Pasadena Cleaners Pepsl Cola Bottlers of St Lours lnc Perry T V lnc Personnel Testrng Servrce Pete s Heatrng Servrce Pevely Darry Co Photo Beflex Pretz Darry Dell P1119 Lawn Servrce Statron Prne Lawn Sportswear Qualrty Da1ry Roberts Paulus Constructron Co St Andrew s Eprs opal Church Schrrrrdt Bakery Schulte Hardware Shop Shattlrtger MUS1C Co Speedy Laundry lnc Stanley Hank State Bank and Trust Co of Wellston State Plpe and Supply Co Stephan s Market Steven s Drug Store Stone Bexall Drugs Strnad Drug Co Sunburst Floral Shoppe Terry Moore Bowl Top Heat Petroleum Tower Market Transco Bepro Co Wagner Gear Co Webb s Shoe Store VV9lf1II1U9llGfl'lClIT11l1OI lewelers Wclff Apparel Youth For Chnst OI' UI' HHUUHHHHHUHHUUHUU138 A HHUNHUUUHHUUHNHUUUUHHHHHHNH141 UuHnHnUunnUnUu,UUuuuH147 ' .UuHnnuNHHUuuuHunU129 HHHUUUNHHununuuunuuunnnmunu147 ' unHunUununuuHnnuun142 ' ................................ 133 ' r ........................................ 132 A ' .................................................,...,.. 139 ' " . ..,..,........................................ 138 .UNHUuuuunHUHNNUUUHUHHHUHHHHHH139 f ' ' ' .UnUnnnHHN136 - .,........,...,.................,............... 137 A ...................................................... 139 ' ' .................,.................... 147 ' ......................................,.... 144 uunnuuuuuunnununnnnnunnn137 ' Huunununnunnnunnnunnunnuuuu146 ' ' , ..................................................,.. 147 'r .............,......................................,. 138 nunHHHHUUUHHHHUUHHUUHHHUHHHN13' ' ,'HunUUNHHUHUHHUHUUHHNUHUHUHU147 ' ............................r............... 139 '. ................................................ 145 ' .......................................... 117 ' ...................... 145 UHUUUHUUHHHHHNHUUHHUHUHH143 HHUNUNHNUUUHUUHUNUUH139 ' 1 ............,................. 137 . 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'1' '.-,' r my 1'11::1t SUPERSONIC SISTERS The lethal Voodoo slsters twm Jet supersomc tr1o have been desxgned and developed by the McDonnell Alrcraft Corporatlon to serve three commands of the U S A1r Force The F 101A Voodoo fforegroundj commenced operational duty wlth the 27th Strateglc Flghter wmg at Bergstrom Amr Force Base Texas III May 1957 where lt has earned 1tS aenal spurs as one of the world s most powerful fighters Only days later the RF 101A Cnghth went on actlve duty w1th the 363rd Tactlcal Reconnalssanoe Wxng at Shaw Arr Force Base South Carollna Thls Voodoo LS the first supersomc photo reconnalssance axrplane 111 the A1r Force mventory The F 101B two seat lnterceptor Cleftj latest of the senes made nts ma1den fllght III. capabxhtles and tremendous fire power wxth xmssxles Clvxllan frlends of the Armed Forces Wlth Engmeermg tfhllllhg are 1nv1ted to lnvestxgate opportunltxes wlth the McDonnell Team Contact Raymond Kaletta Technlcal Placement Supervisor McDonnell Arrcraft Corporatlon P O Box 516 St Louls 3 Mo MC DON N ELL AIRCRAFT Page O e Hundred T enty N ne March, 1957. It will provide the Air Defense Command with round-the-clock all-weather - ' ' ' , , . ' , MO. lilillilIliiilllllliillllitliiiilllilifiliiriilfilllilI BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES L. A. Schaefer Construction Company 2800 Ridgeview Drive EVergreen 3-0525 I'l'I1'lIlIS :mu drop III lnruvxpr-vt:-1IIx He pr:-pul'wI xsillr I'l'I-l'1'NIll1lt'IlIN Shop today all . . . PAGANO SUPER MARKET 4910 Ienmngs Road EVerqreen 3 8713 Shop by Phone We Dehver SUNBURST FLORAL SHOPPE 1 nr Htl 1 lllll xpfzml IHIIISIUII EVerqreen 5 5151 B405 EASTON AVE Evergreen 55152 YOUR BEST DEAL Furniture Apphances Carpets B-K FURNITURE CO. 5943 Natural Bridge EVerqreen 3-5101 PEVELY DAIRY COMPANY SUPERTE ST DAIRY PRODUCTS PRospect l 4400 Cover: and Blndmg or The 1958 Saga 2705 Ohve Street St Louls MISSOUFI Remember GOODY GOODY DRIVE 5900 Natural Brldge Road FUR MALTS and STEAKBURGERS HOLIDAY HILL I I 1 1 9700 Natural Bndge at Brown Road HArr1son 7 1190 St Louis 21 Mo IlilllilllillllllllillllFBI ll!!!llllllililllliillliil TI ? . lll' plr 'f for flu fr' I .' " C IN f . . . . . . Fl 'Y FUI' 7'lllz' .'Illl,I' . . . BEC KTOLD COMPANY ' Hua A- GUII . k i SI IIMII gf- ALT . . . . DIVIVIWI Hwfwf IISFIIQJSIIIIIUIII' . . IVIIFIIIIIIIH Gnlt X 1 1'1" V1.1 Hnwzzrfi t1:",' iii!!! l fifiliiilllf!IIl16lHli-Killiiilllfllliffilllsi My W? M MMWJ mf' TP if My L., Wm WN? FIR T ATIO L B K OF WELL T0 6205 EASTON AVENUE Ulflrsl Nnlmnrzl lgllllln IH 51 louis flillllll Week Days Monday 9 00 5 00 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 9 00 2 00 Fnday 9 00 7 00 liillliilllil!il!!llll!!lllfilllfilllfiliiifilliiillli P O Hur ci sd Ihnty On D ,X I ' , , L L ' N 1 3554 y was V J 1 , x :M , tri .M 1 I , X S .ZW , u E- L ' 1 Y1'f"k: Q 1 ' W ' X I A 'f , . L Sign. ' e ee Q' 2 ' E TN? Q A 1 T 3 , Z ' .L , ii, 1:3 29? "-1 i T as T 3 ' L 2 1 E a A . y y s ae L O fllfS4'!!l!!!!liillliilllii lill!!!lil!!lli'!ll!'ifi!lfliE1 FOR TI-IE VVOIVIAN WHO CARES I-ASI-IIONS ot GIFTS JJ JMW Northland Upper Level 46 Northland Lucas Hunt at West Flonssant EVergreen 1 3030 FLOYD HECKEL Florist FLOWERS I-OR AII. OCJCA ION FLOWERR N FIDIDIN I CO1Iax 1 6644 1508 Hod1amont Ave GIVE YQUE CAR THE BEST OF CARE PINE LAWN SERVICE STATION 6340 Natural Bndge EVerqreen 3 9138 or the fresh SI DLIRISII S III Iown I-Iecxd for SCHMIDT BAKERY 7215 Natural Bndqe EVergreen 18815 LETS GO BOWLING' TERRY MOORE BOWL 6000 Natural Bndge Road EVergreen 1 8520 AMF AUTOMATIC PINSPOTTERS SNACK BAR FREE PARKING AIR CIONDITIONED MERRITTS SUPER MARKET 5217 Lucas Hunt Road 7320 Flonssant Ave I 1 If 1 I DE PAREE BARBER SHOP I lln 1111181 111 llf EVergreen 38822 llifefiilliillllllllillllli If Illiiilllllliililllllliii . ,I C , , I - 1 , 1 . It S 54 CUT . . Wh CI iC3IICjIII'I'I'I3 xA'l'llSlliIl lllllltllllgl - F , e- . 'fe ' .... II 1' Spwr'ir1l1A:f' in IQ S. lflzoirwf ,llwzls I ' o l',1l'l'l4-I FII1' All lux ul 'I is . . . . . . fu' ' 'J ll1"C 1 I Ei 'f '::' fm' II':: :' .1 '1kH1!",' ffffiiiliiiillllflillllii i llIiiillllliiillliffiiilii FOR I'ItOMI"I' 'IW IIIIIPAXIIIS CMJ ,... Favers Radio and Television CAR RADIO SPECIALISTS HArrison 7-1535 Repairs on any llllllfl' Tlv. Cnr RIIIII-0. l'l1nrmgr11pl1s COURTEOUS EFFICIENT GOOD TECHNICIANS 8608 Natural Bridge Road GODAT DRUGS Prescription Specialists I. Edward Godat, Ph. G. 6824 Myron at Maywood St. Louis, Mo. EVergreen 1-4300 Since 1931 George C Schneller Agency GENERAL INSURANCE 1 1 3215 Dodler Street IE1ferson 5 4314 St Louis 7 M1ssour1 YOUTH FOR CHRIST Where the Word of God Is Llvmg Smqspirations Movies Speakers Quizzes Contests Grand Music and Iust a Iot ot Fun Sophisticated Juniors Only SIZES 515 EENMM 8119 MARYLAND CLAYTON 24 MO PArkvxew 10100 7911 Page Avenue '3 gi swf? ,Qi Q ,f Ms...1,"""4 QW gms if lyk Mike :hae nmaty as 7911 PAGE d C +rr:'wsegw VELVET STEP WOMENS SHOES WEATHERBIRD CHILDRENS SHOES CAMP Art Games Baseball Camp Hunnewell Mrssoun BOYS ARE OUR CONCERN Att Cimes Scout Pl1tSbL1I h Puates For information Write ART GAINES 3335 Oakdale Ave Pine Lawn 20 Mxssoun CITY CLUB MENS SHOES f ifElf?iifffiriii!lfff!illIf H llliffiiilifiifffiffiffffff I OI-IcId'IIt Q 'A' If 'ul Estat- t IAHIIIS . e 7 ' . ' 'ff Ntlltll x I ululn . 1 Q . . . . 7:Q:5:::5c:.A.. , A- H --:-:-:- . '- . . -. . '-:-:-'-: VZ - wc-2-:-::q:-':::.y , I - .FIE:E2E251E2:g " fr Elin f , , 1 4' kiliw av-.:E22E1i"' .' 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MISSOURI CAM P U S CA F E 6700 Easton Avenue 8140 Natural Bridge Road F W WOOLWORTH EVergreen 2 4005 LENZ MARKET H mil 3501 Avondale EVergreen 39073 Lamberts Shoe Repair Shop Gow eiioiis ARE oUR SPECIALTY 8640 Natural Bridge Road I YES I It S Stanley I-Iorilce for BIG Pamtmq Proiects Stanley Hanks Painting 6292 St1l1wel1 Dr1ve EVergreen l 1840 St Lou1s 20 Mlssoun HI-Xrnson 7 6206 LYNDH URST AUTO PARTS NEW PARTS WHOLESALE RETAIL 7923 St Charles Rock Road St Louls County 14 Mlssoun CO1fax 1 1120 f IND ffxl'SS ffxllf Ixx 7518 Florissant Road Normandy 21 Mo Kffffffff'ffffffffffffffftifffffffffffffffffffffffffffl I O II III t,'I . 'JIIIN' ISN! In I"umIsU -X12 .Ill A' Visit mn' mwx stun' all .... . I . BIG. , BIG. I 0 . I,I4'ilh1IlQl Mui . . . l,I1'ilN'F I s . PASADENA CLEANERS QIQI ,IT1 f.'l,l:'flNlVi ' ' 'fl V2 CAISI l'l'I' I I ' Huge-r mul 'Ihtsy Cauult-II Ifiifeliffiphiliiiiiiidiffil-lillIilifll'i!liililiiiliilill NORMANDY PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION The mm of The Normwhdy Hugh School Parent Teacher Aesocuatuoh was To promote closer co operahoh among the DWVGTWTS pupnls and Teachers Led by Presldehr Luehslrolh the P T A helped rinse rhohey for the school Scholarship whd Lowh fund To do this they produced the opererta P OHddTl F 1 - C A C. . - C l . I . - . . C . 4 L C , I . F 131 K3 l if l f"f'i 'isf V - - 1 V If f i if-1 F fi l A ' v un xc urly- we IKlii!lIlIlllll:flfS'il!fllKIlgiilflillllllillilliiilfill Iv I XID THIRTY FIVE CONSECUTIVE YEARS WE HAVE PIRIN E36 T C' cj' K Nb I-J il E lllll x fx Courier THE TWO OUTSTANDING PUBLICATIONS OF NORMANDY HIGH SCHOOL mn WE AT MODEL ARE PROUD OF THEIR RECORDS AND WHAT LITTLE WE HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THEIR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS G0 Model Prlntlng A Stationery Co. I606 HODIAMONT AVENUE E Ve rg re e n 5 2480 llllilliillillilllillilllllllil!!lliiililifllilllilll II C I I III WS 'Ijj 5? I If IN ,X V or 0 0 o ' I P ,N AFI' J K D IP? III VI, Y P- NI L I XE: ODI! QI LIIJVUIJ S If 'II offs-fp J IU . fl...TYjy xJ ewwvffd' OI fff OVIIYI Q Q J' I-V' U I. ffiillilllllllilfiifiiilkl'llllllilIFillilliii'ffEff'li'fliI RUSSELL STRINIIRIIVIRR The Chicken Cgttage CHICKEN - STEAKS - SHRIMP WAGNER GEAR CO. Drop In ot . . . 3214 Locusi Street IE1ierson 3-3194 2705 Kienlen Ave. Colfax 1,1000 GET YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AT , . . 3835 St. Ann's Lane OVERLAND DRUGS 2523 Woodson Road HArrison 8-4334 STEPHAN'S MARKET See BEL NOR PHARMACY EVergreen 3 6500 or Dan Dee Ready to Pamt Furmture Co scRooI SUPPLIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE EXCIUSWQ H1 Sf LOLHS RREscRIRTIoNs DELIVERY SERVICE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SHUTTERS 9848 Manchester 8933 Natural Bndge 8406 Nafuml Bndge Road Woodland 2 5616 HAITISOD 9 0522 Evergreen 1 9002 M Bnth T Btockm In SPEEDY LAUNDRY Inc Shafflngef MUSIC C0mPa'1Y I I X 8994 Natural Bndqe Road DAIRY QUEEN ICE CREAM OUR SPECIALTY 7910 St Charles Rock Road HAmson 7 8686 EVergreen 2 1200 SHEET MUSIC 'wr .5 ' Al? 'A S0 NORTHLAND " R15 'QM SHOPPING CENTER ' for Church ond Home 5 Mj g 9 for School F , . IAINIIIII SIIIIITS C NIXU ll ll x "T-gi2 - 'l'g',' - Q. R J 24- I - ,Tp I E ff 0,0 ' for PICIHO Teachers 3 , M RI - 0 BRADFORD -'ZIIM IIII Axkaxef ' V S I SI ' Also Brfzrelcts, eckltizcos, - - - Scatter Pins, ut' Link - 'md Tie Bur Sets - jr E -iszzqio-4 ' '-R,X.-0E:I:E? age DD u1I If- T111 y-.ISVIII xaiitirl f., J Metrorrorrres SARATQGA 551' N 3331 Arcade Buxldmg 812 Ohve St 'NgggE0gg'pG C I Mm 12408 IIU IQ ELLERS SINCE 1876 Ifflfflfiiffiifiiigliffsililillllilillilfiofffiolgffsfffsffi P O H cl d I I 8 Eiffiffifiiilllii'fff!f-f'!-iii!! I l I l l l l ill ff'-'ffffSf3fi?fP fRffPI FRANK WESTLAKE Gr SON DRUG COMPANY Professimlal 1'l1n1'r11ar-1'.vls I'RESCRII"I'IUNS SICK HUUNI 51'I'I'I.II'IF l,f'lI'l'6'I'1' Sl'I'I'l.l'l ST LOUIS WELLSTON 1504 Hodlamont Ave COI.fax 14100 OVERLAND 9319 Mldland Ave HATTISOR 78820 IEf.terson 5 5210 Transco Repro Company SPECIALIZING IN ' Photoqrophlc Reproduchon ' Photo Coples ' Photo Murols 3028 O11ve Street St Lou1s 3 Mrssoun Frank Nowack Auto Repaur AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS TOWING SERVICE 7923 St Charles Rock Road HAmson 8 3244 St Louls 14 Mlssoun GRIMM 6 GORLY FLORISTS CEntra1 1 5000 712 Washington Ave ALAMEDA SALON OF BEAUTY ffmnplvlv 80111111 Serviwv 5233 Lucas 6 Hunt Road Lorraine Borcherdinq E1Vergreen 2-2717 sHoP AT NABB S MARKET 6506 Pasadena E'.Vergreen 3 8931 MIDTOWN OPTICIANS COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE cmd BINOCULAR REPAIR 33 North Euchd 22 North Brentwood FOrest 1 1233 VO1unteer 32220 3705 Wcxshmgton Ave FRank1m 1 1656 ibiaiiiiifiiffffffiil!lIIillllllliifiiffffifffifihfvfl P OHr1d'ItyI'I n . - I , N 0 . - , - . . YI ' IPI x'-rs Ivy . ll1's'I1'l11'l1'vf' mul lI1'ffc'r1'11I :af A ru mx 'rr 'Mr ,lfz .2 fillllilililKlillllillliltl lIllllllifliliilflliliilillz SI' XX ISIII N I Olx I NORMANDY STATE BANK 7301 Natural Bndge Road EVergreen 3 5555 Member ol the Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporatxon FOR PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS C A L L KIRBY OIL COMPANY 7240 N BROADWAY EVergreen 2 5966 STONE REXALL DRUGS ll Vllpflllll DIHIIU Ich 8931 Natural Brldge Road HArnson 8 7676 m,Im Fayette R Plumb Inc Mcmufci tur H n L S the C11 CI AIIS We Dehver HArr1son 79674 CANDRLS FOOD SHOP 9110 Natural Bndqe I LATS Flwl H HARERV PROVII P 6707 Page Ave PArkv1ew 16540 JONES ICE CREAM Wlde van ty of sundcx S and sodas Rlch creamy Ice Cream DE PAREE BEAUTY SALON X at 7320 Flonssant Road EVerqreen 3 8822 ll ll Wehmueller Hamnlton Jewelers 715 Locust Avenue Northland Shopping Center PINE LAWN SPORTS SHOP 3701 Iennmqs Road EVergreen 59733 Dresses Sportswear Lmqene Iewelry Hosxery Invlslble Window Company Dxstnbutor ol 0 Aluminum COD1bl1't'11l011 Storm md Screen Wmdows md Dools 0 Alummum 4 11110115166 Wmdows md Dools 1428 Clark Avenue MA1n 19430 AIIIIIunI1 Jewelrg Ilgompung hIIEItt1tTl0l1t1S ZEEUJEIFQ Speclul Ijrders Blass wnmgs 'lllns Attleduts 'rmpms SUITE 529 ARCADE BLDC Sl Lows SIIIIIU li!Illillililiiiiillllllilli liliililiilillllifiiillil P C I-ld 'ItI'I BIZ." I .I 'I ' 'I'IIli I'l"I't IlI'f IIISIIIA1' tImt Iutllrn- uitI1 at settings tll'f'4lll1l XVI- ure- tIumIxI I for tI1t- nplmrtu ity to svrxt' ' .' ' I OI' i I'ItIl' stylr' tul1I Xillllt' . . . xisit tI1t' CO 'W' wuts OI . . . . I . - - . . - - . St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. fl QI I'IL11l1!lIGl5, utihets, Ie 1 ,s I 1 . ' ' ' I . C ' u 2 1- ' . N 2 .L . K JIT' ,S V1 "VI . . ' X Cf' S GIIOCFSHIIIS A ' 'e : e - S NIV. X c'I 'I' umI Ilis stuff ut' Imir stylists ' . , . I - 4 1 fe Jn-P vzrrr CI Yury- :rf 'V 'S Q 9 OPEN 'I'I'IIS 130011 IK' 199 fy XJ 0 0 and won t lt be your photograph that you and your grandchlldren look for first'7 That s a lot of loOk1ng ahead but It lllustrates the permanence the 1nterest of a fine photograph F1ne photographs of you are our concern a photograph you w1ll proudly gwe as a personal present a photograph you w1ll look back on happ1ly years from now We hope that when you want a fine photograph taken agam you entrust It to us your officzal school photographer PHOTO REFLEX STUDIO 4th FLOOR Warm Sl IOUIQ J I I SIIIHTGGS YANIJERVOORT BARNEY , 4 1. Ml. tiff'-iisiiifiiiiiiiiiiiilllllilillllllillllliiliiillilliill Ylm 111'1' 1'o1'1!f11!!17 iI'll'ill'l! fr 1141f BANKING m the SKY f11 111115 lllIll.4llll 1111 1111111 Mondays tnll 5 Fridays tall 7 Other Days trII 4 30 PLU D SE C BVI ES RENT He'e S100 or More Pay Telephone BIIIS can Earn Pay Gas 6' Electric Bulls F E D PO T B Pay County Water Bulls Hlghest Rate of Interest Pay Mefropollfan STATE BANK 2111215 UF WEIISTIIN from a year 6313 EASTON AVE St Louus I4 Mo EVergreen 2 1111 Member Federal Deposzt Imurance Corporatmn Bank or Park on Our Street Level Roof ' Entrance 63I4 Theodosla Xl IxXOXXl HJ! PIII Nlx liffllofaf H1101 l11111f1112, f N Ilmlfl l'1111l111y, In UN Il ll F 1 1 2, 11 lfmln lu If x Sllllllll Q. N4 I- l'lml11g111pf1x IIIIISUI 4 511 fl Irlbzml Iv lu CHANGE WITH TI-IE TIMES BUY A NEW BUICK AT MALI-ORY BUICK CUMPARIS PIZZERIA 5730 Nemel Bndee Evergreen 55454 6240 Natural Bndqe Evergreen 38708 IliifiiiiffiiiiiliiililllIllliiiiillliiiiiiiiiiliiilll P O H d II' WO 1 f'. 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Ltrrolo llfttl Stindrti Gltrmserricrri . ludy Svlrulzrf . lirri lfinoslcy Ernie Stwellrriwysfr I lltrvid Krtrrrror I Ioltn liidonliowf-r ltr pt: lt: fri 'E'-rt: l3'Vt,t1ttrt fkltsvt llitrttttyfrr jc rrt lllltfrrrttirt l rvlarf Eisltfr l :rift lim rlfrlct l'l'1y' v'.' fzrzd lliflcrify llfflfrri ltlK'l3lt5 Dorint: ltrnlqs- lvlfrry low-is Hrmivt lirowiriiltfttis fllttrrvrr Li-'lttv ltillt Lu' lcirioi tizrsort lVlc'Kir1rtv y S rttt lVl'rttl1rHWs ltflciry Mtiyos Vit-ki llflillm' Mfrrcficr Oorlk Htxrold Poterson Kfty Sclirrtitt ltfltiricrn Svlrrisfller lfrnot Stoinlteirner Bill Strcrtilw Wtiyrrff Ttiylor llfttil Vinytird Sliziron Wtrtts fwcufi :Lcuf Pepin ple e ll llrf' ww, Illlll 1 HSIIII Pepsl Cola Bottlers of St Lou1s Inc MCKINNEY BROTHERS CAFE OPERATED BY THE UNCLES OF CARSON MCKINNEY 127 EAST HIGH STREET IEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI PHONE 6 9932 Kfifffiiiffffiillifiiililiilililillliillliiiiiiilfiii l r Jr llttlr lErt lx liiifilKiiiltivlillfillliii.llllliliillilliliillliiliiii yfzwr L Q5 p jf' had C 7 Qfjggy cw l .,Q,0-U-f 3 ' , jdfiy rua p Wwe look to M r CARTER UT of the dreams of many men come the new cars, to be tested and tempered untll they are top performers This done, there are always new dreams, fresh challenges, just ahead Carter looks ahead to the excltlng promise of the frontiers we share ln teamwork wlth the Amerlcan automotive lndustry llilfliliiliiiliifiiililil!Illilililillililiiliiififii lqO ll if yTl CARTER CARBURETOR ulvlslon 0F QCf' INDUSTRIES lnconvonnfn sr. LOUIS 1, Mlssounl lliffiiillllilllllllilllllllllllilllliliilliiillllill llll IIIIIIIIN III I Il ll ll Expert Watch and Iewelry Repalr Dueker Carpet Company 5221 Lucas Hunt Road EVerqreen 2 2251 R E SPAETH E A HORSTMEYER Inc Top Heat Petroleum IEWELER QPTKJIAN Dependable Ieweler 7246 Natural Bndge FURNACE I l S sTovE OL o HILLMANN S CAMERA CORNER Pllm Bulbs Duelopm EQL1lpHlQlll Sz Developlng, GASOLINE C :mu IS md Movle L xmu ts 8501 Natural Brxdge Road HArnson 81400 9120 Lqcklqmd Overland Mo PAGEDALE CLEANERS INC W G l ll1C . my IECEIISLZFMISE JLLIVFHIES 6810 Page Avenue PArkv1ew 17553 Where You Sue D es M1 Q 1 Uttff F6166 Flrst Federal C0"9'a""-3165 Savings and Loan Assoclatlon N0'mandY H'9h School All Accou ts 1 S ed to S10000 Graduates 7276 Natural Bridge EVerqreen 3 4311 At The Normandy Wedge St Lou1s 21 Mo Hours MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 9 AM 4 PM FRIDAY 9 AM 8 PM 6565 Wells Ave St Louls l FRAN K S TEXACO GOOD HEALTH TO ALL' 5201 Lucas Hunt Road STEVEN S DRUG STORE Prescmptlcn Our SID9Cl 1lty ROAD SERVICE EVergreen 39544 6764 Page Avenue PAIkV1eW 5 B333 liiiiilllfiiilillillilillllillillllllillllililliliili IH tr tt Hlln 1 - 5 41 'rf H'I.fll 1'fll'I 'I II ll ' flfmr" . . 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I 1 ' '1 s , L - .'11f 11- 'rvirrf " 3' 11 lEifEfflEi3fi?fliiilflfiiilillil! liiilliililiiiiliifiifffii NORMANDY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH EW' 5 K EVergreen 18060 501 NORTH HILLS DRIVE Grant O Iennmgs DD Mrs W F Edgerton Youth Program Duector TOW E R MA R K ET Louts Llte Propnetor 8466 Natural Bndge Road EVergreen 3 9404 6302a Natural Bndge Road EVerqreen 3 9555 JEWEL BEAUTY SHOP CLOSED MONDAYS ron THE FINEST IN TOOLS AND HARDWARE SCHULTE HARDWARE 7204 Natural Bndge EVergreen 3 3288 North Sf Louls Typewriter You get better grades W1ll'1 typed papers 6255 Natural Bndge Road EVergreen 1 4684 8610 Natural Bndge Road HArr1son 8 8243 GIBRALTAR BUILDERS Inc Your best securtty zs a home of your own' 7244 Natural Bndge Road EVergreen 3 2629 NORMANDY FLORIST llmcls Ol furry Umm Cut Flowers Corsaqes Floral Decorahons lohn Wh1tney l'!4iiiSi-ixiimililiilililiillfilliiilifliliiliiifffiflii P O H ldlfty fgw, ra ,ww N 'A 3 Q FUl'IllPl'ly Iultr ' Say it xxitll flmsc-rs frurn .... ' ' ' "1 ' Tl :inn 1 - 1 . . - -. A bv Ame me umxf :tr -Ftvf I if-if! F-fi!! li! if U ll ii! i'!lf'l-ii lxillil i1ilef!Ki1Sifi? .dim-. 0l"l'l'L6l,l'l g 0!AQl" ri To become aeqmamed wntlw events of the school and to gave assusfamce where ever needed were the alms of the Mothers Club They mwmtwmed a eo Operative spirit between the school and the home llc H1111 'S bl W ' C A L, N , , p. . ,. . C K - lfil'ili'illi!1'llIllllilrflllllllil!!lill'!'!f'ff!f'i'6fi . li!li!liilfiliiil-l'l!"l!li'lilli'llfiling!!lziiiiiiififiilfiill FARMER'S MARKET ' Ire-elm I'IElllI5 mul Xe-gvlgxlnlvf ' AIIIIX LIIHI Ifggs ' I,um-It Nlvutf OPEN SUNDAYS 8015 Page Avenue PETE'S HEATING SERVICE 1494 N. 70th Street STOKERS OIL BURNERS and GAS EURNERS 20 Years Experience PArkview 7-0771 Far the Finest in Flaral Arrangements I-Iurry To BRIX FLORIST Ca11 CO1iax 15032 4820 Natural Bndge Rd FLOWERS FOR ANY OCCASION We Remodeled, Sa Came See Our New Stare. GUS S MARKET 6317 St Louls Avenue EVergreen 38759 BERNETTA S DANCE STUDIO 4433 Iune Avenue CO1fax 16501 Ballet Tap Toe Teenage Ball Room Dancma 1 VIIIIIIUIIISI N STRNAD DRUG 1917 North Hanley Road HArnson 7 1121 CASH and CARRY CARSONVILLE CLEANERS 8602 Natural Br1dge Road HArnson 7 9715 1 N Sales Auto Typist Service L A Marler Company 3817 LAWLER DRIVE St Louxs 20 Mo EVergreen 18449 8014 St Charles Road For the Very Best Malts and Harnlvuraers srap AT PIETZ DAIRY DELL Open 7 AM to 8 PM N0 Money Down IWe loa you a car hle work IS bemq donel NIXON BROTHERS Inc 2 Loc ltlons 2525 K1en1en Ave 6819 W Flonssant EVergreen 1 1594 CO11ax 1 3434 COAL FEED LAWNSEED CORD WOOD 6676 Easton Ave EVerqreen 50074 ARCADE LAN ES W here Przends Meet Friends for K1 Good Tzme Any Time 7579 O11ve Street Road PArkV1BW 54498 Iiililliililliiliiiliiiiililiiiiflifliillfililiiiifll lIOHf1l ty? 1 - 1 IIIWIII I wc IIIIII III- 'II1ID'I'l'IIt'l'S I'1'l'sum1I I,m'lt1'l's 0 at ' ' o at IIN? 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