Norris City Omaha Enfield High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Norris City, IL)

 - Class of 1958

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' B-if -S255 , Q '.x,:1,f' , ' 'ff-' -7'-15. 4- .ff ,,,,. . . 1 - 5x P'-fa - . -1-ffr N 6 .25 . - - ff, 'Qi , V -' w Q, -ara ' ' ,A. fr. ,:,,!-Qi! . ' 'A ' '-:L inf--,E 'Q - Q., . A .rua -:LQ -1 - Jw' f an 1 , . , ' -12- ,vu , 1 U Q-, -Ae 1 -i ' Nga- , . Q f . , , :aff-af-' -- V- - L, , - F . L , ik-v, .Big .j.Qyg.?1 '1 ji -Y -'Jul 3. - V f 'FELL ' A . - 4 535 hy: gf.. . I ., -, sv, sk 51' .. f -I . ,Q Q I .W R- 7 1- uns, -f I -3-.2-T1:!i:I-,. .sqf- 'Yi- ,- lu ,xl 1 WE RESPEC the memory of Sam Tanner--Class For true friendship I F 1. For loyalty to clas s of '58 TFULLY DEDICATE THE '58 CARDINAL T0 F Og.. -xt T .-.ol 'T and for the memory of his honest endeavor to do right For fighting spirit For loyalty to s chool , .4 XX, L-31 ...K if ' X 5 'Yy-,Y ff 3 -. gL.i ' x' 'E I , A x Md ' K 1 x F. " 6 -1 'Q A . x-3r - n Q ,..- 'sw-f C' .s 'wk fy ks --x s iw, X ,uw N- 4.-f' ,X A.- . ' x 'A I L, - s K W-11 3 r vf""'P .-f2'?4-.. COOKS BOARD OF EDUCATION Paul DeLap, L, H. Bailey Charle s Mitchell, Earl Hunt Dan V. Morehead, Walter Mc- ': My Ewen, R..T. Crunk, I-I.J. Phelps 4 A - Mrs. Veatch, Mrs. Harper, 393, Mrs. Roy I 0 q 1 U V ll 1 .........d 1 5 BUS DRI '4 JANITORS Hal Bryant, Clinton Lane, Horac Raymond C r ou c h , Fred Moore, VERS e Davis, Lester Roge r s , Laymon Bryant, G e o r g e Greer, John Shatzall, Wayne Allen, Basil Arnold. Earl Cole, Ed Griffith Q uf? A Jli '--uv Q ia' ...JH J, v L' K if V. "K-2, 1 my fr SP ' 1 Mr. H. J. Phelps 1: 4. .. ht" ' . -ff Superintendent 'N " :L uig i fb 1 3 , .K ,. 4,, . . .iii :gl r 1341: ,A T-1 . . , F 5, ff.-ikx Evi:'-like L-an . .X .1 ' it t' A , 4' L g0 "' "Vi ' ' "fi 5 ' Q K M iff s ...f Mr. Raymond DeJarnett Mr. G. C. Blacker Assistant Superintendent Guidance Director 20 ,QQ is ea.-1 i 1"'f7' x I lur' V - E l 1 Mrs. Ez-nestine Thompson Mr. Harold Skelton Mrs. Sue Hill English l, Latin Chorus, English ll English lll and IV FACULTY X., K X r 4 5 f 3 5' " 0 , .F 'X A ty g N' X -T I i is on 1:4 1 'E A , Q ' Q 1 , -L: E.. W Q57 ' 3 f' , Mr. W, D, Norris Mr. Lyman Greer, Jr. Mrs. Gussie Scott History Mathematics Librarian 21 -'iw-Q Av- 'SN' N X : 1 K Mr. J. D. Cole Miss Pauline DeHass Mr. Henry Slinker Industrial Arts Home Economics Agriculture FACULTY Mr. Robert Jones Boys' P. E., Coach Y --fxfl' 53.5 .j . - lj 'fir lf-5'.f':'.f'.-'.' -' 15:5-. ., -"-, fl ' X -- Mrs. Shirley Cullum Mr. Charles Westphal Girls P. E. Science, Coach, Driver Training ZZ 'iff- Mrs. Ivlary Francis Stewart Commercial Subjects Activity Period Coffee Break OFFICE STAFF - J' x , , GJ hal fn' -nuff I Doris Mae Gerdes Lamoine Hill Mildred Roy 23 f PW' -M K Jw me .A-, H -J X "fs . "vi 'll . 'f iv' N 1 . S. ik ,. ' Q. CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Kay Underwood, Vice-President: Judy Harlow, Secretary: Sandra Applegate, Treasurer: Ronald Haddock, President SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In S e pte mbe r 1954 fifty-six unsure and rather timid freshmen entered N.C.H. S. We elected our four class officers: President, Ronald Haddock: Vice-President, Kay Underwood: S e c r e ta r y , Pat Coffee, and T r e a s u r e r , Barbara Mcllroy. We had thr e e basketball players and a cheerleader. During that year we were truly green. We started our sophomore year with good intentions. We again elect- ed four capable officers: President, Ronald H a d d o c k g Vice-President, Larry DeJarnettg Secretary, Betty Kinsall: Treasurer, Allen Gerdes. Again we were well represented on the basketball te am and in cheer- leading. lnthat year we were intro- duced to serious work-projects to earn money for a senior trip. Our big project was to purchase twenty- five seats to rent to people at ball games. This was a good investment and we bought more seats. We provedall sophomores are !l0t Silly- During our junior year we provedwe Could be jolly juniors. We enjoyed everything. We elected a fine group of officers: President, Ronald Haddock: Vice-President, Ike Preston, Secretary, Trella Pearce: T re a sur e r, Kay Underwood. We were well represented again in athletics and activities. The pro- jects increased and we finished a happy year. Entering into our senior year, we seem to be more grown up and serious. We elected very efficient officers: President, Ronald Had- dock: Vice-President, Kay Under- wood: Secretary, Judy Harlow g Treasurer, Sandra Applegate. A- gain we are well represented in all activities. We have continued our projects and added many more. We are thinking s e riou sly about vo- cations for now we are sophisti- cated seniors. ,HA 41.5 ,- xr SANDRA APPLEGATE Ambition: To have a success- ful and happy life. THELINIA BRYANT Anxbitionz To get ruarried and get a good job. TT ! N N. r - it J 6- N JOE AUD Ambition: To be a Pillsbury District Feed and Grain lklanager. WYNNE CATHEY Anibitionz To Wor k hard and be happy. in P'-Q 27 SENIORS 'Q DONA BEAlNl Ambition: To be a successful hoznemaker. LARRY DAGLEY Ambition: To be a good and capable teacher. AT. 0. yt., f --. . 1 K. ,. , A 4,22 2 -751 H -x 3. Q . ! is 1 F t 1 f' Vw. A sh 1 if H:- ,.v - .apr - ,A ,www . , u-.A - 1-. ,rp , SENIORS fd: "' iff? GERALD DAVIS Ambition: To be successful in whatever I do. JAIVIES FRENCH Ambition: To be an electronic engineer. .Q V is. " Tim . 7?":3tTY:. 1 41? . ,. N ff .W i' fee ,ffaffqaiv-ag,f::,37. J" f , xii ga' iff' .. ,, .4 .. 1 322 ,4,2g.cff: fs- ff: ' fi: M59 -fs frfff .,f.. , J ,1 ,Qt . Ne wt- -f, - .5242 .ffm-f-f4'f": ag' ' -1l?4f'Q,Q ,if J-L js, I " , . ., . m . D ':nvfeg1- ., E il' --"A :N':.,'- " g:?..". L.. ,, '. f, t 1 Q r ,. A . ' ' - - 4 4.1: . LARRY DEJARNETT Ambition: To become a suc- cessful business executive. MAURICE GALLENTINE Ambition: To have a career in the Marines. ' f. A' 'l X . Ei I -f' N N V N 5 " ' 4. Q 3' Z8 RICHARD EDIVIONDS Ambition: To work in radio and television. ALLEN GERDES Ambition: To be an automotive designer. ' Eff : 1. lt, "6 "' '-- F1 .r . tip Lu ng 'vs " c,- 'rf' 71 . 1-wfxfm. - ' lf- ?51'gfI,:fff 1 -57 "af" 'V :lr ' S- 1 fix' 7 ,ifj e' :self ' , A: - f ,f A .Q - :ZQQA5 '.fd,,z,'iryf A -V' y, :. ", V ,- 5. '.: !1,g55j5X' ff 'Eff .. , 11 - .V , ,wiv 1 JAMES GRIFFITH Ambition: To go into the field of electronics. JUDY HARLOW Ambition: To t e a c h Kinder- garten. in LX? I -...' ' 11' . xl: . SENIORS RONALD GRIFFITH Ambition: To be a mechanic. BRENDA HARPER Ambition: To be a secretary. 1-"Ss 9:99 A1 c C' f X 29 RONALD HADDOCK Ambition: To have the qualities of humbleness and ambition contained in a "man". JANET HARRIS Ambition: To be a seventh grade teacher. SENIORS Ons T CHARLOTTE HOLLAND Ambition: To be a nurse. SHARON ISAAC Ambition: To be a private secretary. im, 'X X ,. . . .' 'eggs . f, 'ffl' fr- LOIS IRWIN Ambition: To be a journalist LOIS ANNE HOSKINS Ambition: To make the most of every opportunity that I may have. BETTY KINSALL Ambition: To get a good job or a photographer. JOHN LACEFIELD Ambition: To become a teacher and make the most of my opportunities. 1 'i 30 ff-'39 L I4 . Y fw- 'iv LOUIS LAROCK Ambition: To do television SE NIORS Y.: 3 uf' and radio work. FRANCIS MAS SER Ambition: To excel in a scien- tific career. VINIA INIAY CHARLES MAYBERRY Ambitionl T0 be H tYP15t Ambition: To be a successful farmer. JUDY MEYER Ambition: To bea laboratory technician. sr'-f -. . -., ., 7 ,. -..- N' ,- ww aw 3 H. . S.: I .Y eq' r,-5.5 zz. 'Qs 'Q' .5-U: Z1 A' rx You 31 EMMA MILLS Ambition: To be an efficient secretary. Y- I SENIORS Cf JUDY PETTY TRELLA PEARCE Ambition: To be a nur s e . DE LORE S MOORE Ambition: To be a secretary ELLEN SINGLETON in a big office. Ambition: To be a pr ivate secretary. IRVIN RIPPERDEN Ambition: To work in my father's paint store. DEWAINE PRESTON Ambition: To be a de ntist. .ang- 'QQ Q3- W 32 Ambition: To be a beautician. 11' 5 'ill' N H eh r. "r X . X I 'rl if I ln MZ, ,. BERNARD THOMPSON Ambition: To get a good job in a factory. KAY UNDERWOOD Ambition: To become a capa- ble and efficient nurse. pg...,. .'.'f-ra. - ' Y 3:-F ning Q- ,ak 4.2:-I T Ambiti Ambiti engine C. iifs55?sQ1'f X 9 'K 1.1 rf Q . x ki. . R 'Vf""l" s. , m .'I f . A . 1 ,J- I . ' 3 il f if b i ' 4 I Q , ET. 'Z C f ff' ONY THOMPSON on: To be a successful farmer. JERRY WHETZELL on: To be an electronic !n 5 .1 6 6 1 6' ' . I -if' ., If 'iw' ,W f . Y -gf F fi 43' is . ' - O 3. . . L .'-.' 33 ' . --14 ut' f' ' 4 fi x.. SENIORS .ka . , FRANK TOMPKINS Ambition: To be an electronic engineer. MARGARET WILLIS Ambition: To workin an office. .. . 'K' , 'A '.f'v i if Lua 1 - . tx -Jar -1 ww "1'f,i5' fail' r l H ,. gg. Q 5. - I J' 47, 4 7 5 1 ' '57 If H ii Q- JU N viU1H"'ffl, M 'TI ffl J' "Vi , - f F 1,7 Lm.,y, xg Fhgfy I3 nr .. ...NMS "V Us 'N gl .. x ! ., -2. 1: . . . 1 ,sfffflg jwmqfgghi ..:- '- . .g 2.44: 5 55 rf JH ,-1-.,. i '- Class Officers: Connie Dillsworth, Secretary, Richard Hamilton, Vice Ronnie Absher President, Melvin Douglas, President, Bobby Russell, Treasurer. Leon Adams Joyce Albert Sue Aud Laveda Aud Ronnie Austin Sam Austin , 5 5 4 Q' at 73 5: .en 5- 5, ' A. - f. f 2" 1 , X f,"l, 5 Q 4 1 4 s 'Li , , fd- f, , ,Mg ,J 1 V aw' , C y , Q- , ,. S5 .L ,X 'I ' ' "" - f ' " I '. - I X y! ' C ' ' ' I .' Q - 1 4 . - 0' G , ,4,f,g1 A - a N ,V vt 6 tk , 'W 'm' K 'Q -0- ,' fl Le 2 'ff' . n Q-,L fa' -, -, - L 1 1 , I A -- . 7 I AX X ff " y , lx Q A gan!! In V 1 V, A ,L -'f'-5 L' Lea it -R sl Qiurirmwll o .1 f C.M. Awalt Billy Blythe Linda Brown Bonnie Browning Larry Bryant Jeannie Carte Bettie Casey Stella Catlin Barbara Chilton Carl DeBoard Charlotte DeLap Connie Dillswor - ii' w - - 'af " rv 's Q. Q Qi 1 "' I , 'f' x B ff Q, - ' p Q-1 V ...v -c .4-7 F I fr x X 1 , V I .Sl .yt-N 1' ,'X ., . " 'P . X ,Q X aegis? IORS A-1, fi?"'f5'e x -'ik Y' as 6.1 Q., ,ik ' W J ' , , . NP, - ' X 7 J' , X 4 .SSX ,Xt A . x H U Ellen Doe rner -Jeda Gidcumb -:gff v ' 1 Xxx ll l "" T' u ,v . . 'Q - f K1 X f ,I hillip Harper lyn J ohns on I' Melvin Douglas James Greathouse I 1 W' 14,4 fp r' A I5 46- - .Q ,d 'V Q'f7f if Ray Henson John Johnson Q., IP- 'Iv 'Q M. Q 1 ' ,i .. - I Barbara Endicott Joann Green Q - av' s."" --1 -in Q., rr v ,sy lk .X . Caroline Herron Treva Kirnxnel in CT fi f' 11 A ij I 4 Peggy Farris Leatha Fulkerson Roy Gerkin Lester Hafford Richard Hamilton Linda HaI'1'iS 'N Q 7 h, V3 SJ xx f' A . X. f ,ff 46 Ui .. f- fda, .I .,, X 15 Q.-v " 4 if Q, 14 ' Ig M. r .1 ' as-. ,' . fi X . V A 4 1 . U "R " ' I Brenda Hill Paul Hughes Tom Irwin Trudie Kirk Noel Jean Knight Pat Marlin I3 7" aff, is 7: . if x'r ,C 7 . , 1 M 'Uni . ,V M B , Y -1 , :ii-1 , nh J 'I S X , A " 'L 1187" .. I lu' 9 - MV . I X gdf N - Quan sl ' - 1 ' n h - , ' ' . A N xii HL 4-oh? A Nw Doyle Mayberry Sue Mayberry Dana Midkiff Larry Dee Pleasant Rita Riley Bob Russell '54 1 P 1 .X I r ' ' qu 1, 4 5 -f-9 "' Q.- 2-ai' ,lf Q Carl Mitchell Linda Shupe rt 3 r va . 1'-cf W 4 V I it X P Emma Lou Orr Dale Singleton x 't 'O ......- 'wwf 'f if - 'xiii S , F .4 y 1 , P'f'i-, , 1 is - , s 1 S .1 . 3 2. -, QA ' A . 'K . 5 la - - 1 Carldeane Phelps Barbara Wilma Spence Janet Stone Larry Street Richard Sutton Eddie Thompson Jerry Doris Walters Phillip Warren Donald Williams VNK O lla' 5 Q KA fix , ' ,FTF MQ 2 ' X ND QW' N' f . 0 gm , G 1 sj l P: iid W " x l F - 'T' X--' - 1 36 if lv' ,f l ,W 3 -o' -. 4 if x Hz 16- X 55 'HQ Q' ' Nh Mn ax iw :- inf, fff 1' A . 3 i iw 5 9 F . i' ,fa 4 Class Officers: Sue Wilson, Secretaryp Pat Allen, Treasurerg Mary Ann Tarrant, Vice President: Don Raney, President. SOPHOMORES 1' 37 -6 10' 7- Q-nf H-ffl. fl Pat Allen Donald Austin Leon Austin Sue Austin Genny Barnett Paul Bartley James Beam Jimmy Blythe Bill Brasel Judy Bruce Sue Bryant .Tame s Camp bell Richard Carter John Crouch Sammy DeLap Donald Dixon Tommy Gholson Roger Gibbs Paul Grant Betty Griffith Marilyn Harper Peggy Harper Sue Harper Kenneth Harrison Dean Healy Andrew Herron Dinah Holtzclaw Charles Hutchison James Isaac Rosie James Freeman Johnson Larry Jordan Mike Keasler William Kirk Pamela Knight Kay Lane Larry Lane Connie Martin Veda May Gary Mayberry Gordon Mayberry Michael Moore Kay Moye Donald Raney Lewis Robinson wwf 27, X L 4-A i 7' .' -H-' -' we -es: i '-.A ' " - K' K, ' - L 5 4 x , 7 x :rf Q , ' 1-f ' fi ,fa ,- ,nf X, Y X " ' 'Q - 3 4- is . ' K v-- ' ' ' ' ' .x - ff --- , . ' I W1 ' V I Q.: . X l : fiizsz s uf -:, . ' --' I A I X Qfiiii SQ- 31 ff' ,, i ' - 'E fi -'E 4 ' k0gfn,.,,, A,y Shaw 95, 5144 - B ,I S . Q gf-gi - ' 'K ink N 5 -. 1 ai 3- , S - 1 s KL -, Y 7' ' ag. ir 1. 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A .sg-, 1. .' y -fi ,- . 37- -1-' J' '5.53'e7-r 3 1: 2c"' -' ' A "+L ,441 .X . J . Rn, . . , , . .. . vm., S an A 5 ti! Q t -.1 fi Q Q X T , .-., T, 2. .V : h 1 1.1 - f . '. ' ' -v V.i3.'m ' ' n . . .. r aa.. , a 1 41 -01 x 4 X.. au- Truman Sauls Gerald Shain Bill Spence Larry Tarrant Mary Ann Tarrant Ronald Tarrant Marie Thompson Judy Vickers Melba Whipple Steve Whiteside Herbert Wilson Sue Wilson 39 E 1 N , . I I V fo 6' I N .c ' LQ gng5fgvf11ga 1 ' VF! lr . 'Q' J. J 15'51mV":2 ., - Q A Class Offic e r sg Peggy Applegate, Vice Presidentg Lutherna Garrett Secretaryg Sherrie Miller, Presidentg Laura Jo Moye, Treasurer FRESHMEN -ss ,.e..., '- fsibif' N - ,L SJW- ' 53 3 1 I" 1' L . ' I ' 2J'3f"5 ,H L-."' ' -.: f 'F-.5 J: 1 ' -1 ., ., an - . . f-. r 'L , ' ' 1 , 'Ts g, 'rxhg .x- rg pr N I, 4 ti I 'Q--1' 40 Lela Allen Peggy Applegate Roma Barker Sherry Bower Maxme Boyd Mary Lee Bruce Joyce Casey Ruby Cook Danny Crunk Jlmmy Dav1s Kexth Edwards Lutherna Garrett Donald Gxdcomb James Golden Judxth Harper I l L N f V' , X, ln! f J 3- 'i F is 'Gini 'l , Xe p 'A J Q . . . Ava' ff I ' .'l I S Q, lu fl' 3,5 o 3 " 6 . 5: 1 av "" 1 Z' n 1, ' ' .4 f A .L x X ' r ' , K x f 'Q' xl vnm ' x MLA Q., rv rift all tr 1 'M .nys ' A A ve- gf e. 41 of W. 1 'WTA , M , .,,i B if Q g x- 0 Q J Q. l ai - .L " -Q ' .1 - , N ip- s . f f' 1 1 ' X " A ,-i 'ff H 14' 1,2 N gi' 1 H5 si r .Q J. . ' - ' Q X, ' I , Y Ce' 'T' f V D r ff ,. 5, A .-' i ,X - : Q4 AI' Q ' - v.. . X '-- - A if' fv f Y f ' QL - 1 5 ' ' - jk -I :gh f Z, N " -,wi f F551 , .f.s1 N . 4 if l A l W ,il ' L- are' .- 'Uni . ' ' we l 0' " ,' if C -s 'S O "" l Q- . . ,- -1 f' 1: -f-, 1 ' 1 A L U 'A . ff - . y f W , , ,Q o .Q x I If , , 1 lg ' - L, " N V- X C it X N I ' W U 5- -0' , KZ I Z A . N N Y. Qin.-rx" ' wmv s I X Q arf , S Ui 4 ' y K Q fur mv... K 'X I ll 5 ww .' 4 ,. - . . - x ' ' . 'Q c,., .1 7 J 5 ' ' X , M I , '41, s 1: K ' i X I - , ' 3-' 'L . . 1 . Vi- " ' '.f",5 llifg Q g . X 1 Hi, iwgzt H tsl.: Q J '-if f S 'H Q ,:::: Bonnie Hayden Franklin Healy Robert Healy Judy Henson Sandra Henson Bobby Hesterly Diane Hill Everett Howard Clara Johnson Carolyn Jones Jack Jordan Linda Kelly Douglas Kennedy Judith Kinsall Susie Kinsey Wendell Lacefield Joyce Lack Donna Le Fever Ronnie Martin Donald Mayberry Gerald Mayberry Ernest Midkiif Sherrie Miller Ann Minar Jimmy Morphis Laura Jo Moye Mike Petty Glenn Phelps Barbara Phillips Richard Porter Ervin Price Dale Prince Larry Pritchett Wayne Sanders Marilyn Satterfield Larry Shaw Lena Spence Larry Strader Rita Thomas Doyle Wheeler A,- ,v ' W., . ' 4- Lg ' e 15-fb - 'AX K I 1 , . l ,, gl U: A X " , M", O23 XX' .Q .. Xi 7' 1-. 'J v- 0 ' .i y' W ,1 7 K X .,,, V. 'W' 3 xg' xi 5 'F Z' I :iw . Wit 1,1 ,ff 1 Qr ,f c,f,' yf 0 1 1 ll Qi r" QQ K , .sf J W N sr ," Y . 'X' f W W 2 Mary Whites ide Donnie Williams Qu---. 1-my - 1.: wg'- . 4- Qi' 42 51 if ,aa J ll xg A W' Ki, ' 5 ,--if . Qjw I - ff' rf. - - " fs . 'HMT ...nu ,. ' , Y ,5.'Lvf". , 'Fa 1 I I . qfl ' ' . .f,...A,,A . i if-3 as K F -Q Q. U in" A i- ' -.' , i .na -1 -M. 'K ' Z 4 'Q 9 E 9 U V .1 tb S r 1 ' af ,f if 3 ' 5 I i Seated, left to right: Lois Hoskins, Trudie Kirk, Treasurer, Bonnie Browning, Secretaryg Frank Tompkins, President, Francis Masser, Vice Presidentg Mr. Blacker, Sponsorg Anna Sue Bryant. Standing, left to right: Mary Ann Bolerjack, Steve Whiteside, John Crouch, Bob Hesterley, Pat Marlin, Jim Griffith, Jim Davis, Joel Morehead, Velma Perirnan, Judy Henson, STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council has completed another successful year as the student governing body. It acts a s a strong link between the administration and the students. Their year has been made successful because they have worked hard and have had the cooperation of the students in every- thing that they have tried to do. This year the Norris City Council was well represented in the Collinsville District of Student Councils by Trudie Kirk, Treasurer. At this annual district meet- ing she wa s elected to the office of Vice President. Later, she along with Frank Tompkins, President,attended the State Convention which was held in Chicago. The Christmas Hop was the main socialevent sponsored by the Council this year. A faculty tea was another event sponsored by the council and designed to improve student-faculty relationship. 44 ii n ,gp-f ,fe Seated: Donald Raney, Larry Delarnett, Wilma Spence, Roy Gerkin, Richard Edmonds, Stand- ing: Mrs. Scott, Librariang Doris Gerdes. LIBRARIANS At the beginning of the s chool year six student librarians we r e appointed to assist Mrs. Scott, the schoollibrarian. This group served through- out the year and received awards on honors day. This year the staff gave much of their time and effo r t to maintain efficiency, and did a credit- able job in carrying out the functions of the library. Realizing the contribution of the library staff in helping us to find the books we need and want and for keeping the books in their proper places, we wish to congratulate the members of this group. J is Studying Hard D l 02 .uint First row: Emma Lou Orr, Bonnie Browning, Linda Harris, Peggy Ferris, Betty Casey, Kay Moye,Sue Austin, Sue Mayberry. Second row: Miss De Hass, Janet Stone, Ellen Dorner, Wilma Spence, Lena Spence, Trudie Kirk, Judie Meyers, Carolyn Johnson, Barbara Endicott, Mary Ann Tarrent. Third r ow: Laura Jo Moye, Judy Harper, Anna Sue Bryant, Donna La Fever, Brenda Hill, Marilyn Harper, Ruby McCormick, Nancy Sutton. F. H .A. The F.H.A. is sponsored by the home economics teacher, Miss Pauline De Hass. One semester of home economics is required for membership. The major activities are to send one repre- sentative to State F.H.A. Camp, sponsor a style show each spring, and to take part in sectional activities. The officers attended an Officers' Planning Meeting at Harrisburg this year. The Norris City Future Homemake r s of America were host to the Sectional Meeting April 19. We hold our regular meeting each Week. This year we had a formal installation during an assembly program. Our eight purposes are as follows: 1. To promote a growing appreciation of joys and satisfaction of homemaking. 2. To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership. 3. To encourage democracy in home and community life. 4. To work for good home and family life for all. 5. To promote international good will. 6, To foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life. 7. To further interest in home economics. 46 l' v First row: Ronnie Austin, Roy Gerkin, Ronnie Absher, Allen Ray Gerdes, Ronnie Haddock, John Lacefield, Louis La Rock. Second row: Mr. Norris, Steve Whiteside, Carlis H all, Jirnmy French, John Johnson, Larry Pleasant, Larry De Jarnett, Tony Thompson, Dale Singleton, Jimmy Griffith, HI-Y The Hi-Y is a branch of the Y.M.C.A. and is dedicated to the establishment of high Christian ideals among high-school boys. The organizationis known throughout the world for its spectacular work in helping young men lead a cleaner, healthier, and more enjoyable way of life. B111 Blythe. Each year newmembers geta chance to meet other people, to learn about their problems and how they solve them, and to take part in surnmer workshops, rallies, and district meetings. O include participation in workshops, rallies, and etc: o uting s that are held in the spring: and a banquetwhich is held on the night of initiation. The financial problem is solved by the Hi-Y hat - check stand, whcih is operated at all home basketball games. This money is deposited in the club treasury and drawn upon whenever necessary. ur group, sponsored by Mr. W. D. Norris, has some sixteen members this year The activities 47 First row: Linda Harris, Trudie Kirk, Bonnie Browning, Winnie Cathey, Connie Dillsworth, Jeanne Carter, Barbara Endicott, Stella Catlin, Vinia May. Second row: Mrs. Stewart, Thelma Bryant, Charlotte Holland, Delores Moore, Donna Beam, Brenda Harper, Carolyn Herron, Melvin Douglas, Larry De Jarnett, Betty Kinsal, Margaret Willis, Trella Pearce, Louis La Rock, Ronnie Haddock. Third row: Janet Harris, Ellen Singleton, Sharon Isaac, Judie Meyers, Carolyn Johnson, Peggy Fa r r i s , Emma Lou Orr, Judy Harlow, Lois Hoskins, Kay Underwood, Sandra Applegate, John Lacefield. F.B.L.A. The F.B.L.A. organization is sponsored by our commercial teacher, Mrs. Stewart. The purpose of the club is to develop competent, agressive business leadership, to create an interest in different business occupationsg to encourage members to improve the home and community, and to impr ove and establish standards for careers in store and office occupations. Requirement of membership in F.B.L.A. is enrollment in at least one commercial class. The club selected afine group of officers to serve during the year. They were Winnie Cathey, President, Barbara South, Vice-President, and Dana Midkiff, Secretary and Treasurer. At the beginning of the year s e vc ral new students joined the club. The major activity for the club this year was to edit a school pap e r , The Cardinal Chirp. This project enabled many students to work together. The money made from the sale of the paper was used for F.B.L.A. parties and other activities. The club was also responsible for presenting two assembly programs, one each semester. 48 , Z 1 . 5 5 1 T . i 4 : 5 . - 1 E 1 1 R ' , v 1 . Twente Ur- Q5 '1--.J x.,,,' Fir s t R ow: Gerald Shain, Evertt Howard, Robert Healy, Freeman Johnson, Douglas Kennedy, Lester Hafford, Don Willians, Doyle Healy, James Campbell. Second Row: Dean Healy, Doyle Mayberry, Carl Mitchell, Eddie Thompson, Joe Aud, Tony Thompson, Charles Mayberry, William Kirk, Larry Bryant, Tommy Gholson. Third Row: Mr. Slinker, Bill Spence, Mike Keasler, Keith E dwa rd s , E a r ne st Midkiff, Dale Prince, Truman Sauls, Leon Austin, Jerry Davis, Gerald Maybe r ry , Gerald Shaw, Don Gidcumb, Phillip Warren, Larry Tarrant, James Bean, Kenney Harrison, J ame s Isaac, Richard Carter. Fourth Row: Don Williams, Sam DeLap, Don Dixon, Larry Jordan, Paul Bartly, Ronald Tarrent, Bernard Thompson, Ronald Griffith, Richard Sutton, C. M. Awalt, Paul Hughes, James Golden, Gordan Mayberry, Garry Mayberry, Ray Henson. F.F.A. Future Farmers of America is an organization, founded in 1928 by Henry C. Groseclose. Their first nationalpresidentwas Leslie Applegate. Since then F.F.A. chapters and organizations have been extended thr oughout the 48 states, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii. It has become one of the largest organizations of its kind numbering around ten to twelve thousand members per state. The F.F.A. motto is as follows: Learning to do. Doing to learn. Ea rning to live. Living to serve. The main objectives are to develop competent, aggressive, rural, and agriculture leader- shipg to strengthen the confidence of farm boys and young men in themselves and their work, and to develop character, to train for useful citizenship, and to foster patriotism. A member must be enr olle d in Vocational Agriculture, be of high school age, and have a satisfactory farming program. The first Norris City, F.F.A. Chapter received its charter March 22, 1938. At that time there were only eighteen members-we now have fifty-three. This organization participates in such contests as grain, livestock, and soil judging and parliamentary procedure. 49 ---4... i I v If 717 Fir st Row: Richard Edmunds, Frank Thomkins, Jimmy Griffith, Jimmy French, C.M. Awalt, Jerry Whet s el. Second Row: J. D. Cole, Sponsor: Bobby Hesterly, Larry Pleasant, Franklin Healy, Tom Irwin, Melvin Douglas, Jimmy Beam, Jimmy Davis. SPORTSMANS CLUB The Sportsman's Club is a group of boys dedicated to the principles offlj hunting safety, C25 hunting legality, and f3j hunting courtesy. This group uses its knowledge and experience to promote interest in the finer points of sports. Because of its work with lagging interest in hunting safety, courtesy, and legal rules, hunting can be safer and much more enjoyable. The boys not only work for improvement in others, but continually strive for self-improvement. They work toward a more complete knowledge of laws for all hunters. In addition to helping the present hunters, the Sportsman's Club helps to train younger boys who wishtolearn the sport. These beginners are given a start in the direction of safety and ct urtesy. While betterment ofthe sport of hunting is the main goal of the Club, they find time out from th work to have fun. This year the club held a very successful fish fry at which time a tremendous amount of catfish was devoured. Observance trips were made to various game reserves in this area. The trips proved to be not only educational but fun also. The Sportman's Club members feel that they can view with pride their share of the improvement in hunting and feel that all their work has its rewards. 50 i , 1 I . v i ? if 4 SIT, V+ x. .Ax First Row: Sharon Isaac, Barbara Chilton, John Lacefield, Winnie Cathey, Editor, Ron Haddock, Bonnie Browning, Connie Dillsworth. Second Row: Mrs. Stewart, Sponsor, Ruby McCormick, Peggy Farris, Trella Pearce, Margaret Willis, Emma Lou Orr, Linda Harris, C.M. Awalt, Carl Mitchell, Rita Riley, Betty Kinsall, Mary Whiteside, Melvin Douglas, Larry DeJ'arnett, Carolyn Johnson, Judy Kinsall, Cherly Parker, Sue Wilson, Donald Raney. CARDINAL CHIRP STAFF The high school newspape r is an important, if somewhat small, part of the school year. The school editions are looked forward to by students in high schools over the entire United States. Many countries do not enjoy the independent and battle-scarred right of "freedom of the press." Of c o ur s e , without this, there can be no non-censored publically owned newspapers, let alone any student sponsored leaflets. The Norris City High School, having a newspaper and an editing staff complete with reporters, has used this freedom for a number of years. This news sheet is spons or e d by the Future Business Leaders of America, which is composed of commercial student s in their junior and senior years. The talented staff, selected from the club's active mem be r s hip , functions for the newspaper throughout the school year, This working together as a g r oup and cooperating with one another to accomplish the printing and publication of this ne w spap e r provides valuable experience and preparation for the students. The benefits from this wor k , which may not be outstandingly evident now, will very probably be noticeable in the not too distant future. 51 iii ill iii ll II First Row: Margaret Willis, Betty Kinsall, Kay Moye. Second Row: Patsy Allen, Trella Pearce, Delore s Moore, Dona Beam, Judy Meyer, Judy Harlow, Sharon Isaac, Brenda Harper, Emma Mills, Charlotte DeLap, Thelma Bryant, Mrs. Cullurn. Third Row: Anna Sue Bryant, Carldean Phelps , Linda Harris, Emma Lou Orr, Trudie Kirk, Brenda Hill, Wilma Spence, Laveda Aud, Connie Dillsworth, Rita Riley, Carolyn Aud, Peggy Ferris, Dana Midkiff, Treva Kirnmel. Fourth Row: Connie Martin, Laura Jo Moye, Susie Kinsie, Mary Bruce, Lela Allen, Ann Minar, Clara Johnson, Jennie Barnet, Judy Bruce, Mary Tarrant, Marilyn Harper, Betty Griffith, Sue Harper, Pe ggy Harper, Judy Vickers. Fifth Row: Kay Lane, Sandy Henson, Ruby Cook, Judy Kinsall, Bonnie Hayden, Carolyn Jones, Peggy Applegate, Sherry Bowers, Sherrie Miller, Sue Mayberry, Ellen Dorner, Sue Wilson, Dinah Holtzclaw, Veda May, Rosy James, Marie Thompson. Sixth Row: Sue Austin, Rita Thomas, Maxine Boyd, Lena Spence, Joyce Lack, Roma Berker, Diane Hill, Mary Whiteside,Judy Henson, Linda Kelly, Lutherna Garret, Joyce Casey, Judith Harper, Jo Ann Green, Leatha Fulkerson, Carolyn Herron, Jeanne Carter. G.A.A. The Girls Athletic Association, sponsored by our physical education teacher, Mrs. Shirley Cullurn tries to pr omote interest in girls' physical training in recreation, health, and sportsmanship. Membe r ship is open to all girls, and the physical education director shall be a member ex- officio. The yearly dues is twenty-five cents. Membership is forfeited after three successive a bs ence S . The G.A.A. either sends two girls to the state G.A.A. camp or uses their treasury funds for the benefit of the school. They conduct sports discussions, demonstrations, and rec- reations. The popcorn stand, operated by the group, at all the ball games is their major fund- raising project. The All-School Halloween part is usually sponsored by the G.A.A. During the year the organization participate in hik e s , basketball and volleyball tournaments, and special parties. The uppe r - class members are eligible to attend Play-Day Activities, which are held each year at Carbondale. lt is at this meeting that they can learn new basketball techniques and enter in many other activities. 52 Fir s t R ow: Dana Midkiff, Jeanne Carter, Judy Vickers, Sandra Henson, Roma Barker, Diane Hill, Dinah Holtzclaw, Sue Wilson. Anna Sue Bryant, Pat Allen, Judy Harper, Joyce Casey, Genny Ba rnett, Sue Harper, Kay Moye, Connie Martin, Kay Lane. Second Row: Mary Tarrant, Judy Bruce, Janet Stone, Carldean Phelps, Donald Austin, Larry Lane, James Isaac, Larry Tarrant, Bill Brasel, Bernard Thompson, Danny Crunk, Jim Davis, John Crouch, Marilyn Harper, Lela Allen, Mary Bruce, Ellen Doerner, Harold Skelton, Director. Third Row: Ronald Tarrant, James Griffith, Jim Beam, Jerry Whetsell, Larry Bryant, Frank Tompkins. CHOIR The Choir has made several public appearances this year, a performance at the Union Thanks- giving service being the highlight of the year. In addition the Choir has made appearances at Village Church, the Omaha Methodist Church, and various assemblies. Six seniors will be making their last appearances for the Choir this year. They are Judy Meyer, Judy Petty, Frank Tompkins, Jerry Whetsell, Jim Griffith, Bernard Thompson. The Choir is very proud of their work this year. 53 ,i,?,..r-.,,-x.'A.,...,Xv,,,v, ,Vilma L K I ii, A AA, nl l -rd KL I ,....V,,?x,,.,......, .--V f , ,, . -, r. " " . ,I 3 , '. ' "'- .--- . as-en, . 3,- E 1 Fir st r ow cornets: Ronald Haddock, Allen Gerdes, John Crouch. Second row cornets: Jim J ohn s on , Jimmie Davis, Dixie Campbell. Third row cornets: Velma Periman, Bob Lydick. Fir st row trombones: Joe Morehead, Danny Crunk, Mary Turpin. First row clarinets: Lois Ho sk in s, Linda Harris, Sue Austin. Second row clarinets: Sue Mayberry, Billy Meyers, Rita Thoma s , Linda Nelson. First row saxophones: Trudie Kirk, Connie Martin, Johnny Meyers, Flute s: Kay Moye, Marilyn Harper, Mary Joe DeBoard, Rebecca Rosenberg. Percussion in s tr um ents: Kay Lane, Sammy Smith, Larry DeJarnett, Judy Harper. Clarinets, standing: Linda Kelly, Bettie Sue Davis, Diane Franklin, Maxine Boyd, Bonnie Hayden, Carolyn Jones. Sousaphone s: James Beam, Larry Tarrant, Baritone: Larry Dagley. Alto Horn: Carolyn Mayberry. Majorettes: Laura Jo Moye, Judy Henson, Pat Allen, Jeanne Carter, Joann Talley. BAND MAJORETTES The Band ha s made progress this ' year by presenting half time march- Q ing and formations atthe football , . games to pr om ote and enliven the ' morale of the spectators. During i the winter, the band played at all of the home basketball game s . In a d d it i o n to this activity, the band played in the Dairy Day and Corn Day festivities. T h e r e a r e three band s in the school this year. The beginner bandis for those just start- ing in the world of music. The inter- mediate band prepared the advanced 4- 5 V, ' I , 3- Vx? students for the concert band, which gf, f 1 does the actual public performing. bk 1, fix Y ,. . , ...a .. Us f- en -H , ,.. J is if A x XR. .pw Kay Underwood, advertising manager, Linda Harris, assistant editor, Larry DeJarnett, editor Lois Ho s k in s , business managerg Sandra Applegate. Elen Doerner, Ronnie Courson, Donald Raney, Terry Bower, Lutherna Garret, Judy Harper, Marilyn Harper, Judy Harlow, Mrs. Sue Hill, sponsor, Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Stewart, co-sponsors. CARDINAL STAFF The staff has worked very hard, had great fun , and sincerely hopes that you will like the 1958 Cardinal, Che c king and double checking the spelling of names, drawing layouts, meeting d e :1 dl ine s , helping the photographers make pictures, identifying group p i c t u r e s , typing c opy, and proofreading, took many hours of our school time. However, planning and editing the 1958 Cardinal has been one ofthe most pleasant ex- periences of our year. We have work- ed to make it an accurate record, a treasure che s t of memories and ev. yearbook that will be a credit to our school. Advertising staff: Trudie Kirk, Kay Underwood, Sue Bryant, Mr. Blacker, sponsor, Standing: Sherry Bower, Judy Harper, Peggy Applegate. 2.5" ad, L i .T Ulf: I I PROJECTIONISTS: Mr . DeJarnett, sponsorg Keith Edwards , Glenn Phelps, Mike Keasler, Robert Healy, Bill Blythe, J im Greathouse, Larry DeJarnett, Larry Dagley. The projectionists ar e supervised by Mr. DeJarnett and are chosen every year from each library class in the school. After the boys learn how to operate the projector, they are ready to show to the various classes, the educational and recreational films which come to our school each week. The boys also show films at class parties and other activities held at our school during the year. The photographers, unde r the direction of Mr. W. D. Norris, spend many hours printing and de veloping the pictures for the Cardinal. This year the department was plagued with camera trouble fora great part of the year, but the boys kept struggling and turned out a number of good pictures ofthe numerous activities. Lois Irwin, while the school camera was out of order, used her own camera and developing equipment and turned out some very good pictures. f -1' , 4 I PHOTOGRAPHERS: Lois Irwin, Mr W.D. Norris, sponsor, Dale Singleton Pat Marlin, John Johnson. ,ruff if ' s 7340 'N 1 A., N 49 '11- 'P'Q Q 'ter gl 41,1 fn.. if vJ v ..,..,- nu ,' M J!! ,digg zztf'-v,vvw-vvI,,'. , , .z.I"'7,'w W., "' ', ,, 'Y' .I-"""'h " ,,!'Q':3.Aa,M.- "' 'wg Oy fx. - ' its "tooo, V . ,fl ., , .s'..i', -XQ' , .x I . ' '7 'l,.::.:1 ' 2113 . ' -..:4 X" 'ff-J XS :R ' ". W H1-.ff -.Q-.Z . ,q:.. ' ,ka .. 2 . J I"' 4- ,f'A',A , . 5 ,M..'..N.L h T-1 ' 4, "-1.L'- '-Q qj' .,',. . 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VARSITY BASK THE VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM, under the d i r e c t i on ofhead basketball Coach Jones, has promise of becoming a "real terror" in Southern Illinois . At the half-way mark team's record stands at 8 won, 5 lost, but 3 of those 5 lost have been by one or two points. The Cardinals placed third in the Bridgeport Holiday Tournament, in the semi-finals they were beaten a heartbreaking 59-58 by West Richland in an overtime. In that game , four of the first six fouled out, but the Cardinals didn't give up. They kept on battling witha spirit that is typical of the Cardinal basket- ballteams. Norris City was not able to schedule games with Johnson City this year and was thus kept out of "The Southern Illini Conference" ET BALL TEAM basketball r a c eg however, that hasn't kept the Cardinals from beating other conference members. In its first meeting with Metropolis, the team scored a "smashing" 77-46 victory. In the second battle between the two schools, they battled the Trojans to a 65-54 Cardinal victory. Other highlight s of the season have been the excellent teamwork displayed by the players, and the first home game of the season the Cardinals came within one point of tying the school scoring record. When the final gun sounded, the score s t o od - - N o r r i s City Cardinals 103 --Enfield Trojans 74. The team cannot help but be a success with such excellent coaching, teamwork, and the desire to win. awry 7441.41 I - W6 any Zdlfffkfaf Lew! Q9 game! Wk ' ldffy Dexpmell !Va!wn D007 dag Z 6 ZZ 0 gang 7012 fvbddz Z Jlfy Zion: J' , WQAGIA, 20111100 Zjn 6feaf4aa5P U .l. l,.. -A I ,33 I ii' 'Q 14 19' 'aa , 9 3 ! +-w-v--- Fir st R ow: Don Austin, Don Dixon, Mike Keasler, William Kirk, John Crouch. Second Row: E r vin P r ic e , managerg Keith Edwards, Everett Howard, Glenn Phelps, Bob Hesterly, Frank Healy, Coach Westphal. Third Row: Gordon Mayberry, Dick Porter, Wayne Sanders, Jim Davis, Ronnie Ma rtin. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM The J r . Varsity basketball team, under the direction ofAssistant Basketball Coach Westphal had an almost entirely new team this year. The Southern Illini Conference rule is that Jr. Varsity game s mus t be played with Freshmen and Sophomores, but s inc e Norris City is not offi- cially in the conference, the rule has not been followed too closely. Coach Westphal has used afew Juniors to give them the experience needed toplay varsity ball next year. The team seemed to be c oming a r o und by midseason, and the prospects for the future looked very good. The e xp e r ie n c e gained during the first half of the year should prove invaluable during the last half of the season. NORRIS CITY - OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL 1957- 1958 Basketball Schedule Nov. Crossville . There Nov. Grayville . . There Dec Enfield . . Here Dec Cairo , . There Dec Carmi . . . There Dec Metropolis . Here Dec New Harmony There Dec Dec Dec Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb Feb 62 Bridgeport Tournament Bridgeport We st Richland Robinson Metropolis . . . There Carrier Mills , , There Albion ......... . Here Carmi Blind Tournament Crossville . . . . Here McLeansboro . . There Ridgway . . . . Here Eldorado . . . Here Cario .... . . Here Albion .... . . There McLeansboro . Here Carrier Mills . . . Here Eldorado . . . . There Fairfield . . . . There 'x ,. ,Q - ,X vt , A , 11. Y- 1 "HY 2 -em u Lois Anne Hoskins, Kay Underwood, Linda Harris, Trudie Kirk, Sandy Applegate, Sue Bryant. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Im! 1 Freshmen Cheerleaders: Mary Whiteside, Ann Minar, Laura Jo Moye. 'Y 'ir The s ix va r s ity cheerleaders plus the three freshmen cheerleaders made nine very cheerful reasons for the peppy crowds this season. The varsity cheerleaders are chosen from the three upper classes, and the Freshmen cheerleaders are chosenfrom the "Frosh" class. The varsity c h e e r 1 e a d e r s traveled far and wide with the team---c h e e r in g tea m on to new victories. Th e s e six p e r t and peppy girls spent many hours p r a c tic in g routines, jumps, and flips. Sandy Applegate was forced to quit in midseason when her leg muscles became too weak to execute the many jumps and flips which are required of the cheerleaders. 63 , 0 3 . 4' S: Hx rr xx 'Ls- I Tr' 55' 14.92 5 1 .ily-9 awk Lu Wada' X 5349, QAW-'l-as 'K B '! N I , A :J 1007 De nydffhtff L007 Qfdfdflf M0506 Ib: Great Aaage Kon f""Qf-4001 71,1 Waffen Wllefv Garde L any Pa, dey . n X Ph? " 1. PK 'P' if if Y e x N I FOOTBALL i fr ff an 9' . - . -Q' I fy ' 1 ' 4 " " v , . ,, , J , ,, l 1' 1 Ifx N, -, , , X . J. nf,-yr, l , ,.. 1 J D k A gm Yu Y!! I il xxx 1 ,. 1 A ' V .QL ,". , , v , r ' ' ' .. ... 3' Qsfagb, First Row: Gordon Ma y be r ry , Mike Petty, Gary Mayberry, Louis Robinson, Ronny Tarrant, Wayne Sanders, Jirnrny Davis, Sammy DeLap, Dickie Carter, Manager: Andy Herron, Manager. Second Row: Jerry Thurman, Leon Adams, Melvin Douglas, Larry Dagley, Charles Mayberry, Ronnie Haddock, Louis LaRock, Jerry Whetsell, Jerry Davis, John Lacefield, Larry Bryant, Lester Hafford, Manager. Third R ow: Assistant Coach Jones, Head Football Coach Westphal, Bobby Hesterly, ,Jimmy French,Jimmy Morphis, Gerald Mayberry, Herb Wilson, Ronnie Austin, Allen Gerdes, Mike Keasler, Larry Pleasant, Franklin Healy, Don Dixon, Jimmy Beam, Donnie Williams, Jackie Jordan, Keith Edwards, Danny Crunk, Steve Whiteside. FOOTBALL On September 30 , 1957, the first time in the hi s t o r y of the school, a varsity football team took the field. For the first game the team traveled ll0 miles to Mayfield, Kentucky to play the second ranked team in Kentucky. In the fourth quarter,the fog was so thick on the field that the fans could scarcely see the players. Howthey c ould see the ball is something unknown. The final score stood, Mayfield 66-Norris City 0. But as a Cardinal Player stated, "a little longer and one of us could have hidden in a fog bank and run fora touchdown-if we hadn't become lost or accidentally run into one of their players." Coach We stphal d i d a tremendous job with the players this year. The jump from Jr. Varsity Football to Varsity Football is a big one. Three of last year's starting backs graduated and four ofthe starting linemen. One other starting line- man was killed in an accident during the suxnrner. The team workedhard on conditioning and funda- mentals this year, and although they didn't win a game, they had nothing to be ashamed of. The team kept on fighting, even in the face of over- whelming odds. The team is to be congratulated on its fighting spirit and desire to win. 1 ,xx , ,'..x.,f: 1 ' , M nh I un if JE' xg-LL K I . fd- ' . -- -vu . ' 4 nu ll' , 4 re: L. Dagley rt : J. Thurman rg: G. Davis cz M Douglas lg : R. Austin lt : G. Whetzell le : A. Gerdes qb: R. Haddock rh: C. Mayberry lh: J. Lacefield fb : L. LaRock K , - " f f . , 4 J 1 V., U 4 ' , 1... , l N ' f 4 ,eil I :'TfI"' '. K' ikiih, -.-muffin 'xl-n.l. A. I J inltigs-W N A' V 1 111--1-r' 4 ,r-r- , 5 ' I V -..,.A- .,. L. J. G. M H. J. L. R. J. B. L. Bryant Thurman Davis Douglas W ils on Whetze 11 Pleasant Haddock French Healy Adams "N , - V," . , 4' A Alle '7 649f9le5 james five! Lany Zaman! 7a waz! field ind x-by Addr b 5716! MQAA 3 Zlafles fwljgffeffy Zffj' 7ZWf"0" laws do R44 Mazda! 72,4 416 Taffback , ,,x , v V pf '51, :ffl 1 Y 4 L any 7471421 M41 wb Taayfos ,Pan Eiaalewn? 6602, ,Dawg W, , .Y 3 Am- SQ .. Vsil 74. 1 A is Jan-y Whefsell Rohn I6 Nusfin 72ckLg, Guard A .. 1 ' . 9- 'Rf m.:' . df? E3 l-anlclin fffea ly Lamly Bffydnf Halflvack Pfalfback ke . C125 V' A ' -A in-. - r- 4., x .Q ' i' I 'Jaw I . flex-5 Wil 50h Gaa 1-a' .'- fy w, ?' 'Rig Leah Adam TZ! Z back S 1 M Alflfkiw A 'f I 1 i v Q First row: Gerald Mayberry, Donald Williams, Wayne Sanders Gorden Mayberry, James Beam Ronald Austin, Leon Adams, Frank Healy, Mike Keasler, Herb Wilson, Ronald Tarrant Second row: Tom Irwin and Lester Hafford managersg Don Dixon, Bob Russell Larry Pleasant, Carl De B oa r d , Rich Hamilton, Allen Gerdes, Larry De.Tarnett Ron Haddock Jim Greathouse Bob Hesterly, Mr. Bob Jones, Coach. TRACK Unde r the direction of Head Track Coach Jones, the Nor r is City "thindads" will take to the cinder track this spring . Last year was the first year for track since 1947. The Cardinals are to be commemorated for the ir excellent job. They placed "4th" in the Southe rn Illini Conference meet at McLeansboro last May. The cardinals setanumber of new conference re cords in the meet. Among these were high jump and pole va ult . The team will have a number of re- turning lettermen this year and a good group of Fresh- men "coming on. " Everyone is looking forward to a good track season at N.C.H.S. 71 X QXCS FOR EVERY sg YQ, 43 O Y' 'lf Eau' ' E' o oib an X. Of Win r ing ' 'T rack Spring--Ba Se ball ,. ,Q ,,1.'S,., el' - -Basic SPT etball ikimxw ' INK BY MANY MKYIUGH 1- . Q Y N95 mxxQ,xxxWL 'MW 4 l A A EERSHJNS H E R E T 0 ffl Q f E5 gpdknzdoldbwwlgd Mum by x 634 u QQ ' " - wif 1 , N, X j ' . i 5. fa Senior "Life Sized" Toy Shop CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Christmas aches and pains Mr. Westpha1's "Christmas Tin Lizzy' o n 2, fi S Hi - Y Initiation Ah sis, have a. heart nn' G.A.A. points during activity period 'round and round, 'till the music stops 1n.,"x HM ,I Lx 'A vll X fxnda Go, Cat, Go! "Two points" Ready, go! i Shop class v. -A- t A -if r-. P-.,, .hzfxxva-ls' "2 1- JY. f - ii 3' if' Ts Faculty Tea given by Student Council Home Ec Class , V, .., ,. ,.:5.f,,w.,,:.A,t . .:....,,,,t. A Gly -X gawk 1 if , - f-.- '-.Q rw- f. -w.7.1f- gn, if -A v ,Q-- i.: :4 L We . .3-rdf-vi? I , fl X""' ' A .. EW.: A - '- - 11--29.5-Q 1 L V . ' ,H Q .5 it ..- ais- 77 Curtain call for Seniors SENIOR PLAY THE HAPPIEST GRANDMA "The Happiest Grandma" is a rib tickler from beginning to end. The play centers around the p r 0 ble m s of the Talmadge family and the in- fluence of others on them. Glenn, the oldest son is just 19 and is already married. Glenn's mother resents his wife and his wife in turn does nothing to co-operate with Mrs. Talmadge. Add to this, Alex, the quiet, ambitious song Tucker, a teen- age hot rodder who is not really badg Inis, Tuck's mother, who is quite a socialiteg and Freda, the girlnext door who is "crazy" about Tuck, and you have a riot. Suddenly from out of nowhere comes a quiet little lady, Annie Bassett, whose charming an d understanding ways slowly bring the family and friends closer to each other and help them to realize that co-operation is needed. Then comes the shock - -Annie turns out to be a "missing mi11ionairess", 78 CAST Madge Talrnadge . . Glenn Talmadge . . . Alexander Talznadge . Tucker Pruitt ,,,, Inis Pruitt ..... Gladys Talmadge . . . Annie Bassett . . Lura Scudder ,,,, Freda Borden .... Kathryn Bock-Smythe . Flora Bock ...... . . . Judy Meyer Larry DeJarnett Frank Tompkins , . Larry Dagley Janet Harris Sandra Applegate , , , Lois Hoskins . . Ellen Singleton . . Kay Underwood . . Winnie Cathey . Brenda Harper .'j1n-pJ- ,, i H Q Ig 1 J I if Dan, "The Perfect Idiot", hypnotizes Puff. JUNIOR PLAY THE PERFECT IDIOT lwillnotlet my "intellectual talents" be used for such inferior purposes as selling soap! Dan plays "dumb" while Puff plays "coat-rack" 79 -ev Q D fi cf ,cs RV IX X lug. 'Wh-. 4:1 -A,-U, " ' SENICR Working hard at Senior play practice V 1,.- . , Senior Christmas doll ,L , -,F f 'E 1 25 .. I ' -'fy' A-24, - -V'-. ki Q Sell-out for the Seniors K ,Y - x. ' , ,,,- .a 'IX I-LD 1 1 . AA, 1:1 ' X. , .. 'Egg PRCJECTS U he Larry Delax Editor Linda Harris Associate Editor i Mrs. Hill Advisor Kay Underwood Advertising Manager ..,...'. ' '-fv: ., .W ' r gh. --4 fm 7 NORRIS CITY PRINCIPAL MR. ERNEST WELCH OMAHA PRINCIPAL Gir1's P. E. Teacher Mrs. Isabel Blacker Boy's P. E. Teacher Mr. Arnold Gidcomb Music Teacher Mrs. Madge Roberson Art Teacher Miss Ruth Seifert Office Girl Mrs. Dorothy Dixon SPECIAL TEACHERS ,Tx ., X S 85 EIGHTH GRADE Mrs. Harriet Jordan x Glenda Allen Ag 'Q ' ic F.: rf y, 2 if F5 Q' D' f "Q -T54 X "pD,'A .0 lain, ,ve 4 A3 3 5. 1 I I ' " 1 'Q x V-.I 1 . lfxbw xl R i D l g "N 1 VII I 1 i f .xg , X 4 W5 l 5 if ' y '7-"ill," if 51 4? D 6 Nj, fj ,AY ll :NA Jil fx , 'M milf y 'th' 'l'l"' I " '22 'C s. . 'J' 4' 1 3 ee .1 . 'P ' , D, 9' X 1 'C 'S 4 ' 'NE vigrx A ' lah., :sal -f J- .5 86 Carolyn Bar rall Donna. Bell Lowell Blake Mary Ann Bolerjack Mary Lee Brooks Nelda Brown Ronald Courson Joann Darnell Mary Jo DeBoard Jerry Gidcurrib Diane Gregory Robbie I-lafford Richard Herron Marilyn Hunt Darrell Knight David Lane Sharon Lane Joel Morehead Cheryl Parker Hershel Phillips Rose Satterfield Gerald Senior Joanne Talley Jerry Vines Bobby Whetsell EIGHTH GRADE Q 4 5' X '- Mrs, Ruth Questell yr ' Stanley Austin Q N WY126' I ' 1 1 ' xmmawuwl 2 - , - 1' "' Carolyn Adams ii if ' ' '- us' xh L. Q v Terry Bower ' .L ' ' " l Zi . -j " Ronnie Brooks gi "' 1 kt' ' V, J, Jerry Cathey .N 1 7' ff . 'X--. M Sharron Cluck Ai A I fE511...ii.-V ' x?'f-r I J '1 .f Michael Colbert '25 2-Y Barbara Dale V Betty Davis '-sf' Ruthanne Duff ' A J' xxx John Hatfield X t . A 1 6 A ix it is I IX 23 X A N as .. ,, ,... 1, . , fi Mae Reta Healey " ,. " 4 .' "AQ Paulette Holtzclaw -L I ' ' . . I I : 4 Stanley Irwin 'V' I I V ,it Darlene Kirk 1 5, D5 T n. . x . 1, , Robert Lydick f 6 - -K. N ' J, :AM m gjzl 'Q y, ,fl X 'N' .-Lkbiilt X ur' K K 1: Q f ... ,gt fa- 0 Gerald May nz- -. , ay R ' ' Ruby McCormick gf' ' "' l td " Rosella Nipper 1 ' ' Velma Perirnan 5 I ' GU! Earl Lynn Price . 5 F' if . F f N ' Y S N kai , . 303 I v 1 tl ' 'A ,. I 7. ,' 'W 'l Q ' Rebecca Rosenberg V 4 fx , I t rl, - A "' Cleatus Roy Ji rj' s -' 4 1' Q -all j Nancy Sutton Mar Tu 1 . ' i 'f fig Y rp n K.,-155 1 87 .xg f . I -s - . -.. 'X L, SEVENTH -f GRADE .x .L as 17' X ,Y A 94:1 Linda Allen 4""' Mr. Denzil Edwards 4 V ' V Donna Applegate ,V A we JC 0- ' as -.1 . " ' An l-My ellrrx ' i 3333, :MW N a 'l , kv I EEN . - - ,- , , , K i1f'7."r'f - .'3if"Z' ' , ex , 'fi WM .7 A 3- Q. ' , ', N QQ- C' . ,fl 4-'IIB' E.. ,' .MNX Y 4 Y 1-tv if eff . I . ill' . ' M 4. 73- J . ru -. u' "-. 'Y 1 'E 3 S I .25 W'-N 552 -. f ' - a V A M-:US . L Viv' 1 'iiv J rm '- .. A ,, , 3 ' 7 It ' X" J' ff L1 ,. , :px V 1 51' x i f ld N' V - , Qi X nf. 1 y ,. - 1 . V ' 4 ' 'I -Q.L-.f ' . -K 1 fr 47" 151115 .. V , a ,J 49- f, -.,. 4 ' . ' 88 Diane Barrall Marianna Bishop Brenda Brooks Virginia Brooks Keith Bryant John Bushkill Sondra Buttry Jack Combs Charles Farris Ernie Garlick Linda Garlick Phyllis Gidcumb Carol Haddock Charles Haenny Carolyn Healy Gloria Healy Ronnie Holland Sandra Hulett Phyllis Hyten Shirley Lane Ronald Maybe rry Marilyn McElhaney Ray Morris Kay Nelson Lonnie Raney -. Q-Q -b SEVENTH GRADE ' Mrs. Fern DeJarnett asf C' be-1 , 'B J G, ng, , y 2 5- : . 'F . S Ml ix' 'A 5- V 'L L-, ,- -5? 7 Lg" f " 'vff' ' A Q A . M A All A "M FI, 9 - A " ini fc, ' - ' pf, pa 6 E-ac .y 1 ' W b I ,rn .'- 5 A . X. v ' xi v vs lXQ..i X l iv-MWWW J 1:- 3 fi 'N . s N 09, f'-1-"W ' . 1 .6 Q w . G- , dl , 5 T' ' 'A r 'vase -5 1 A Zvi I E 5 : I. 1:5 1 idx I, u wil A ax 'iw is Va 6 i, -il' , . V' 4 , -,ec "Q N Lu x ,g',,z Y . x asa 2 J 1 ,L 89 Judy Agles Beth Allen Jimmy Allen Bob Burns Gail Campbell Sue Carter Shirley Cluck Jesse DeLap Mary L, Golden Richard Griffith Louise Hardesty Bill Harper Linda K. Howard Ray James Carolyn Johnson Paul Jones Rodger Jordan Bill Martin Darell May Helen Mayberry Mary Alice Mills Mary Ellen Phelps Ronnie Sanders Judy Singleton Sammy Smith Ronald Thurman Ann Venters S I X T H G R A D E , A N 'F' 'I Q A Johnny Beam Mrs. Lela Greer ' Dixie Campbell 'G 1 , 2 is Donna Duff 4 9 , Ronnie Duff . -i 'N-."" 1 I .3 v Diane Franklin . ,,. , 5 Q .L-' A Q J' G - 'f' -.L M I 1 4 L 'Q siisiriifxfmn :1 ff . S ' s 1 . 1' be 'A' - . ask--H z , 1 ' W1 1 'x ' 5' - . if if f , e ,Q ' ?'f1."w2' 4. .if iQ .- 0-Q' I 'C' 4-fv-' f"' ccvifi as .x if bs- J' I ,LJ L, Q' 'Tag' 'I i 1 I 'X Q k ' 1' M ., ,. , Q 'v V L' 'IA I 'L-1 '. 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W 7 rlffjf I f 'tfisfixiww I, .H i f - fa. .I V , K , N, . 3, E mf be V F ZPA 5--X :T A n ' ,fgf 92 Wendel Boyd Hazel Brooks Linda Brooks Larry Brooks Leslie Bullock Carol Clark Sandra Cole Jessie Darnell Carol Delap Jerry Grant Priscilla Guffy Richard Holtzclaw Linda Hulett Danny Kerns Mary Ann Kingery Judith Knight Lynda Williams Ray Woods Brenda May Joan McGhee Lon Nay Larry Nipper Judith Parsons Nola Puckett Janet Ricketts Sandra Shook Judy Slinker Mike Smith Gary South I..'dena Sparlin Johnnie Taylor Linda Thomas Darlene Vines Nancy Weirwauch Lonnie Allen Stephen Aud Mike Austin Gary Barton Rebekah Bullock Jerry Cluck Anita LeFever Carrietta Franklin Donna Haddock Sarah Hamilton 1 X m FIFTH 'V J I x 1- GRADE fn T V .. . 0 FIFTH GRADE M, .,,.l -r.,,,r'f ' 'S I tm Mull! nullflll. .?j--.r is Billy Satterfield X Q ilk -, ji , ' ' 'rt . rv' , Y 2 'wif i , 'Y' . s. Madge Thompson ' A A . ,- 1 - K A s avg? vwimt A , S 'Ji RMK.:-4 te: - f . 6 vi ' 'tg'3 av. ' "--P ' an-15 A 3 .- qu, ' ,, y .. ' is 7- La af g F 9 . - .- 44. 'W 'muh ,Vs . . i .H : ,.x FIFTH GRADE .gy 5 A L vi". ' Carol Higginson A It Q. ,.,A -7 ,iv , ff- md ' .. ! i' 'f'f2'i'.L1 -A it - JV E. gin- E hh 'il' Nh i '-5 E A' Ig 'B . f R O Al, 'Q i' Y Q .- LLL 1 .' ' N ' - an .O ivy u . ' - K .wi eg T7 I 1 , -.,, ,,.t. 1- 7 M VAgg up X ' if 'fx M 'gsm' 'J , 5 rf . 'D -F . -. . . W. N V- ,uh ,- , 1 4 5,- K 'A I ' ' If L- X.-f 14 ' 'f, 4 x ' I 'P ,IH H P ' ssh?-If 4.21 r SQ a 1 -f' X 1 A'-'if' 'Q'--M . 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R ggli ::-. , A -t 111 F J 98 THIRD GRADE Mrs. Cora Phelps Donald Allen Gail Austin Hal Bryant Stephen Buttry Veronica Buttry John Caswell Jack DeFur James Franklin Jerry Garlick Judith Guffey Bradford Henson Bobby Jean Higginson Charles Ray Hill Gary Holland Dianna Lane Juanita McE1haney Regenia Midkiff Duane Millspaugh Alice Ann Morris Gary Lee Nipper Shirley Nipper Janice Parson Mary Alice Price Jolene Puckett Charles South James Spencer Downsie Tipp Gaylia Thompson Marcia Vines ! . 'as-'iq . ,I Mrs. Mary Bryant ar S is-I ?' I fl. x I X 'G " i I '1 M 5 'jr-,, . J 235-A .A J i- ' 'A' ,gg- f X Z 1bff"Fyv N SECOND GRADE Uv: If' xr 3 1 'JI' I R- wrl. -4-Lf 1 ,.e- 1' ' wfa - Q " P fi , ijttkw A " 't lu Q J X I I 'aa h 34' x .V Q i :Sli 4 S I Qt-'lj' i VI ,E m ulf r I if a -Q, no S.- ..,. I Af-ff, 1, I l. X a xl... ....- V 'li' :fn 9 X ,xi ,, "jM'j' 4 'fb 99 Johnnie Allen Billy Brooks Sharon Burris Paula Campbell Ricky Dixon Anna Mae Griffith David Harris Tommy Healy Marilyn Johns on Ronnie Kerns Gary Merritt Diana Nelson Rita Gail O'Nea1 Carolyn Rumesy Patricia Shaw Jennifer Spence Calvin Spencer Shirley Thomas Steven West Darlene Woods SECOND GRADE Lois Brooks F , " ' Bob Campbell Kaye Carter Lindell Golden Jimmy Gwaltney . ,. l- 'r tw , A Faye Howard ,A Funa James Linda Lamp Terry Lamp A . ,' -.gs .A-' Bruce Little 'fl . V 1, , 51: 5 'Wi . f 1 ,ff - 'lliff ' 5 : "ii if fi 'ffl Mrs. Virginia Piland -1 g is-A 2 ' . 4 0 - l 1' 1- 'X Mike Marlin L NA, f , Q 3, f' I ' Judy Nipper ,hh 'v , ' 1- , ' v Tommy Phelps - , I. f f, Ray ,gv ' A f A lu 1 V Candy Roy bl., .1 I " - W Sgt," r, rf L . A . . ' E"""' l --5 - A '--- L1 i I' 5 Q ,' Joe Skaggs Eugene Stone Sherry Whipple Rodney Williams 100 Y" .rg W Mr s. Doris Mill spaugh FIRST GRADE 'A , lb 0.1 GJ . , -4 I s I I ' 'c L93 - . V ," Y'-1 ,ra kr JI, ,flip 'N-4 lin! f 5 I , , 4 - Q' 4 fy flfae fl if p-X - Q, 1 -3 '- - ,, -1 , N M, A :P-rx-. L I ,I 'xt' I 1 '- f xx. -' , 4 x N Mg y - .5 , U 15, t 4 . 1 1 'f -iv' 4. P .1 vi O 4, T' ,y .'N'-i 1 A, va?-f-w 1' Tiy'-' r . . I-ah. Y li 1 2 Y -Q 101 Eddie Anderson Connie Boyd Edna Bryant Jackie Campbell Bobby Connaway Frank Darnell Rebecca Davis Randa Dillsworth John Edwards Janice English Debra Franklin Michael Fulkaraon Larry Garllck Kathy Hancock Sharon Role Hill Lana Jo Holland Sandra Kay Howell Elisabeth Hunt Joyce Lacafield Sandra Maynard Stanley Morris Harold O'Neal Michael Phillips Judy Puckett Phyllis Short Robert Talley Vivkie Vickers Annette Vines Michael Whipple David Young FIRST GRADE v ? Jerry Sutton ' I D 4 . L gi. 1 ' Q04 Q, 1 5 . 6- A Ll .1 ,' ' fr' ns W:-A ' r I ,f AL 'ew . - X 1 A 'Tb 'X!'1.5.Q 2-iff: Qi if W. N - X ' 'x g its lk '-.L.q7?.4'.'yt A 4. 1-fu-A-yi-. Q I GRADE SCHOOL BAND --4.,i4um,., '., Mrs. Zula Quillman , 3 I, x FIRST GRADE 1 3 a' 15. K A 'V' E1 Q' L- 4. ' af- a . I 'sc + . . ., J " 1 L, in f'-W za Q "-- .JA 6 Q U "'- If A .- W 5 Cf' ' Q" Q .fe IQ., l JK . , 4. 'Q 4, .. . 'R J .1 Q 5 5 il, i il 9 -r rl X I3 if brit I V' 1" lf' VF' we F, ' T ip - i-3.4. e l 1' agp' l "i A -UD x ik s x 1 ' , w I' 1 . 5. it N ' " K xii! rf' XY- '. 'i 'QS 'Dug- 11" vw ,....: 'Nu-. Z' 3 'Q an "" ml xl tiff nu actual' Sk 'KJ lx 'PT ' 8 avi... .-' A M P g's L ing., ,F K I L-Q . . X f - 0:11 1 ., - . l 4 '- 'off A ' lil i .M 'E . X- P . "' V-M I lb ' 4 X , ,ri ' X' Wy ft K rv av' ' .Kr -' I , N' 5' v N, lk 1 V it f' - X 'l .' r n 'E 1 A ,e M v Q Q- 1 g ,aw , f' - nf' fx nfl --X N a X ' SX. Ml, Q L - f' ' 3 -f Rita Austin Stanley Bennett Kevin Bower David Burris Martha Combs Steven DeFur Steven Doerner Nickey Dunn Michael Edwards Alan Farris Billy Grant Gayle Greer Joseph Griffith Cathy Jo Hale Martha Henson Linda Lou Hill Kay Hosman Michael Hull Joe Lydick Ida Mayberry Rebecca McKenzie Darlene Midkiff Marsha Morris Janice Nipper Eddie Pearce A 9+ A, Tr' 0 O O 9 45' 1. FIRST GRADE ' 4' .- 1, M .,, Edd! Rd Q-J ff L n J St Q . .t 5 V- N A Af , , R b Y ff X ,539 ' fi' A. Lltf., 'X J I I N .fu xx Q xs.",x fLJ."lJf' 5' i 5 """9-, . 'S f - . p .5 1' E ii 2 KLf A K Nxt'-:rf ..E11' Y R8 r W'11 GRADE SCHOOL CHORUS Q H11 ' W I i 3 Y Hhii Q , as! I 1 104 k Tur A igigg, e I i 'CB lasik '4 FC , X ' 2461 2,5554 Varsity Basketball T earn: First rowg Jerry Cathey, J o el M o r e h e a d , Richard Gidcumb, Stanley Austin, Mickey Colbert, CoachGidcumb. Second Row: Manager Stanley Irwin, Cleatus Roy, John Hatfield, Terry Bowers, Lowell Blake, Gerald Senior. DeBoard, Velma Perriman. , 3 ,,,mH" F' ? ' . ,T I' X ,I ,. ' . Varsity Cheerleaders, Rebecca Rosenberg, Mary Jo Jr.Varsity Basketball Team: First ROW, Gary Jr. Varsity Cheerleaders: Donna Applegate, Judy Poshard, Jimmy Johnson, David Nelson, Robert Healy, Singleton, Brenda Brooks. Charles Hunt, J.O. Walling, Joe Knight. Second Row, Keith Bryant, Lonnie Raney, Jackie Combs, Ronnie Sanders, Ray Morris, Charles Haenny, Roger Jordan, GRADE SCHOOL BASKETBALL Omaha Basketball Team: First Row, Deon Pritchett, Keith Fulton, Don Bruce, Ronnie Downen, Billy Meyer, Coach Gidcumb. J e r r y Graves, Ralph Tarrant. Second Row, Timothy Omaha Cheerleaders: First Row, Janice Eaton, Pamela Moye , Bruce Tarrant, Dennis Dixon, David Vickers, Keasler, Joan Tarrant, Shirley Wallace. Second Row Donald Cleveland, James Chilton, Coach Rhine. Janet Albert, Marilyn Tarrant, Rosalyn Moye. imM - -,.,....Ll ' . ' . O 6 as W ' A -vt L "' . C, i .4 ,3 KA 5 5 Xa. la 9,1 451.131, ,gy ' Tyklgnlfv SEVENTH Janet Albert J.C. Dodd Ronnie Downen Bobby Jann Rosalyn Moye Dean Pritchett Marshealla Robinson Billy Street Charles Street Carolyn Tarrant Lendal Tarrant Marilyn Tarrant OMAHA CHORUS AND EIGHTH GRADES OMAHA if 5 Mrs Joyce Que stell Xxx P ,J 'wa FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES - CMAHA x if ' X-v 1 X - ,N . , if I Yu - if - " " C an .. ' ' Q v , ' e K X A, ,J ...K -'I ' 5. X , lb L 1 N 7 A AQ .. - gi f T' ' Y " .m x fx N 1 1 .5 nf 0. v. l A ' 33 4 tQ 'S-5 4 -15779: f Miz, lv ' N 9 -M it ,ffiffzm-W Mfr! - - - - . 1 . v Hr, .. V pri .ri 10 N Q I .. . ttf. Q .z N Sr, , -L S ' NI. Z 3 , A Q. o- . Q Li. A .1-J Q. ,f r ' ' 1 3, lr 7 4 It i x ,I V g . my X I rf .- , ' 'Lint xl i ,J I dim 1 ? 'L if E his H1 I I X wi t! " ia . my J f , " . - -' "" , ,x Q- , a ,' x ,f B ' ,. 5 jgxiigfw . 333 xx ' x J Gai A: K fi' Y uuvlfu 1" ' iQ 95 " A 1 Illfl 1 8 as . , I I zkfktviii K XX' 'O L. f X P I. Q xx X 1 M X V ' s' I 7 Linda Albert John Armstrong Junior Bartley Mary Jo Bradford Don Bruce Peggy Bruce James Chilton Donald Cleveland Dennis Dixon Ann Dodd Janice Eaton Keith Fulton Deloris Graves Jerry Graves Pamela Keasler Billy Meyer John Meyer Timothy Moye Ivan Ritcheson Curtis Robinson David Robinson Maryette Street Bruce Tarrant James Tarrant Joan Tarrant Ralph Tarrant David Vickers Shirley Wallace THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES - OMAHA Linda Bradford Harrell Chilton Linda Davis Jane Downen Janice Downen David Healy Richard Kellem David Kingston Leon Mills Donna Patton George Patton Peggy Patton Phillip Patton Vicky Patton Patsy Pritchett Dennie Questell Roy Ritchson June Robinson Betty Thomp s on Daniel Thompson Linda Tarrant K,,,,.,.. . ww., - rg, .,.,,,, . . 'lf-ff1bs-L1i- - 1 - . ,MW L1 .4 Mrs . Faye Moore gwewwaif , K i if , ,, W H nga? 58 ,gf y " if J .L . i , Q :X fp Y , .4 ' ! . we fx., - Y: ' ' ' up f 1 in - -f an ' , - o Q , 3 E 5 ., - H,W,.' - gyfxs, ,L 'j' w 'Lv n 0' 5:5 civil 'I 5 ,856 W il . n.-,lug gn , ,a - ' ll 0 -..le ' 1,5 A -. 4: 3 , .. , igiwi . B 'iw 1 ' 1 'fbxfgi Q -VA., Q D K ' 4 . 4 A v M, 1 ti ,, Ffh P P 108 5 1-L w A S O A- . FIRST AND SECOND GRADES - OMAHA Mrs. Mary Norman , s. Q-' ' , V 4 592-. " "-- . , S- '- 1 ix 'FQ'.xf-izf: 's i f Q-IQ 5 X 4. 1 9 1 , 9- 'W 'Gu 'E . if 1 'pr J.- ' '-1 2 -,- A A h, V -1" X , 4 -v Q . f f 4 , n w jlf. N 1,5 . j . Q , ,A Bill Armstrong N Q . in Dennie Atkins S ' Larry Endicott ' ' 'KS' I -'fx ,f Johnny Graver ' Frank Graves gafgfi' Sl ' ,J .?' 1 f' W f ve,-5, Dwight Fulton ti ' v K 1 ug t ri - .. .. ,,, 'D- Q -swf 'c r i S w 4 9' ,A 5 " Art Haze .QL Betty Jann Larry Lamb V V 1 ff ei ,,.p..v- Judy Minor " Margaret Minor Stevie Patton Laura Mae Pearce Barbara Jo Raney Gail Richeson .fx .DI 1 0 0- 1.45 3 4 J-, H ' 4 5 V xv 'X X 57,1 'vi It v 'D 1 -I I X 3 Q. Q H . , 10 Sandy Rister ' Rae Robinson Debby Wood Q Q-nouns GRADESCHOOL CHRBTMAS PROGRAM GRADESCHOOL CHRBTMAS PROGRAMN HGHTH GRADE CHORUS f'f9C,,, AD HRTIUI ll ki XXX V 'Ei PATRONIZE THIS MERCH AN' HIHJSN un p.... ,,,. . , " " H-.'.:. I..-.. rl-H " ,. - ..1.,.. . , . ,. .4.-..v. . 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