Northeast High School - Nordlys Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Class of 1953
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Friends whom you like,
Favorite spots where you choose to linger,
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What is to come, we know not,
But this we know
That what has been was good."
As you turn this record of the year,
May each silhouette,
Like a forgotten dream,
Bring happy memories
Of your highschool days
For this Purpose
The Nordlys staff
Has spent many hours
Of loving labor.
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Nancy Whittle ,,.,.,,.,V..,........V.............. business manager
Sally Stilson Nancy Kesterson
Ellen Thornberry Sue Mack t
Elizabeth Wick Steve Reynolds
Miss Chaney ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,i,.,,,,,,, yearbook sponsor
Mr. Krueger ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, p hotography advisor
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NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL'
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword ,..... 1
Title .....,,7,,,......,,T,,v.,,, , 2, 3
Table of Contents 7,o,,o,,. 4
FACULTY M...,,,oo,,.,,,,,,oo,,,,,,-.,o,,,,o,,.,,,,,,o7,,o, 5
Dr. Swanson and Board of Education 6
Mr. Greene and Mr. Spangler., ,,,o,,,o, 7
Faculty and Classrooms . .,.., .,,s . 8-16
CLASSES 7o.,r.,ss,,oo,,,..ss,,s,,,v-,,,,,rs,,ss,,ss U 17
Mr. Greene's Letter To Seniors oes,l,s 18
Senior Officers ,,,c..ce
Senior Portraits ,.,..,,,,c
Seniors' 1Vho's 1'Vho
junior Officers cc,c,,,e
junior Portraits .tt,,,.
Freshman Portraits ,,,,,t
ACTIVITIES ..,e,c eett,,.,
Student Council .,,i,,
Senior Speakers tt,,t,
Y-Teens ,t,,....t,,,t,,,,,..,i,t,,,t,,,.,,i,,,c,,,,, 66
Science Club and Horizon Club ..... 67
Red Cross ,t,ct.,,i,t,1,-,i,,,,,t,,i,,,,,,,,i,,c,,,t,,,- 68
Courtesy Club and Quill and Scroll 69
Honor Society ,,t,,c,,
Play Production ,i..,,.
N .F.L. ...............,l. Y
Nordlys Staff ,,,t,,t
Scroll Staff ,......
N orkets tt.,
Special Activities ,,,,v
Pep Band and Pep Council ....,.
Spring Sports .....,,.
Boys' "O" Club ,,,....,.,.,...,t,.,.........
Honored "O" Club Members .,,..,t..
Girls' "O" Club ,..s..1i....,,..,.t,V,..
Girls' Sports .....,,..,.
Alma Mater Song ......s.
Nordlys King and Queen .,,,..,.
Norsemen Sweetheart and
Norket Dream Boy .,......,
Football Queen and
Norket Pm-Up Boy ,.............,..
Band Queen and Candidates ............
Dances, Banquets, Coronations, Etc. 106, 107
Silhouettes of the Year ......,...............
R. J. CHESTER SWANSON
Dr. Swanson, superintendent
ol city schools since l950, is
listed in the latest edition ol
"X-Vho's XVho in American lidu-
cation," the lirst city superin-
tendent in several years to have
this honor. A native Arkansan,
he received his bachelor's degree
lroin the University ol' Rich-
mond and his masterls and I'h.D.
degrees from Duke. Last sunnner
O. C. U. corilerred upon Dr.
Swanson the honorary degree ol
LL.lD. "XVho's XVho" lists his pro-
lessional experience as follows:
instructor in Durham, N. C.,
schools, I929-333 instructor in
the Canal Zone, 193-l-363 school
administrator, Canal Zone IQ37-
-1l: senior education consultant,
ll.S. ollice ol' education, I9-ll--IES.
OKLAHOMA CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION
ohn C. Pearson, jr., rnemherg R. Lewis Barton, inernherg C. B. McCray, presi-
dent, Mrs. L. D. Melton, member, and Jinx Lookabaugh, vice-president.
MR. J. B. GREENE
Hr. Greene, principal at Northeast High'
school, holds an NB. degree from Okla'
honia City University and an KLA. from
Columbia University. Preceding his assign-
llll'llI here, he was vire-prinfipal at Harding
.junior Highschool and a teacher in the
Ill2lIllClIlllIlK'5 department there. XV hen
Northeast was built in l9f57, Nlr. Greene
was chosen' as its principal and has served
in that capacity ever since that date. So
it is perlieetly natural that he has a sincere
interest in the welfare and progress ol the
school. lVith the help ol' the laculty, P-TA
llIC'lIllJCl'5, and other loyal l-last-Siders, he
has huilt the school into one that is ex-
celled hy none ol its class.
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MR. MACE SPANGLER
Mr. Spangler is vice-principal at North-
east Highsehool. He holds a B.S. degree
from Oklahoma A. and M. and an MS.
lrom Oklahonia University. Bebore coin'
ing to this school, he had taught at Roose-
velt junior Highschool and later had been
vice-principal at Taft Junior High. In ad-
dition to his many administrative duties as
vice-principal here, Mr. Spangler is one of
the sponsors ol Norsenien, boys' pep or-
ganization, and also coaches boys' tennis
club. During X'Vorld l'Var II he served in
the U. S. Airforce and was addressed as
Four years each of FRENCH, LATIN, and SPANISH L
are offered. An outstanding event of the year is the
Foreign Language program in which the participants
speak no English.
YEARBOOK counts as a full credit and is offered to
juniors and seniors who have good ratings in English or
art. Staff positions are elective.
Northeast requires six years of ENGLISH. An adequate
supply of texts, magazines, audio-visual aids, and records
Nan Pearl Chaney
English, Honor Society
Sponsor, Acting Head
of English Department
Head of Foreign
Language, Senior Sponsor
combine to make a rich course in English. F E C l I Y
Head of History
Gladys G. Gillette
Grace C. Davison
Social Studies, English,
Horizon Club Sponsor
Speech, Play roduction
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Seniors, juniors and sophomores who wish to improve
their skill in writing may take JOURNALISM. Once a
month the staff publishes The Norseman Scroll.
Through its varied activities, the HISTORY department
leads Northeast students to a true appreciation of democ-
racy and the American way of life.
SPEECH and PLAY PRODUCTION classes offer op-
portunities for talented pupils to perfect their art. Many
honors have been won by speech students.
Two years of shorthand, two of bookkeeping, one of
Bus. Eng., one of bus. arith. and all the typing you can
find time to take are offered in the COMMERCIAL dept.
In the COOKING dept. of homemaking, a girl learns
to choose and prepare nutritious foods and to serve them
attractively. Four years of foods are offered.
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Head of Commercial
Typing, Business English
Head of Homemaking
Henry Etta Ellis 2
B.S., M.S. 7: English, Y-Teen Sponsor, figs? A -I I
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After four years in SEWING classes, a girl can graduate
with a skill that will be of untold value in choosing
materials, colors, and styles for her wardrobe. I A Q U I I Y
Mollie Mae Davidson
Head of Mathematics
of Awards Committee,
State Textbook Clerk
B.S., M.Ed., M.A.
PRINTING is really in its infancy at Northeast. At
present only hand presses are used, but we hope soon to
print all programs, notices and such.
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The publications classes are happy to welcome the new
PHOTOGR.-XPHY class to Northeast. Some superior work
is coming from the cameras in 206.
D Strong courses in MATHEMATICS are offered, includ-
mg one year in applied math., two in algebra, one in
trignometry, three sem. in geometry, and one sem. in slide
GIRLS' PHYS. ED. is required for only one year, but
many girls elect to take it for four years. Aside from
building physical and mental health, the contests are fun.
BOYS' PHYS. liD. is required in high school for one
year and serves as a feeder source for athletics enjoyed
by participants and spectators.
AVIATION students do not actually fly a plane, but
they learn to chart a course and to use all the gadgets
on the Link Trainer furnished for their use.
Social Studies, Assistant
Football Coach, Golf
Clarence C. Yoesting
Richard A. Krueger
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Chester A. Reeves
Head of Industrial Arts
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Pauline E. Ingram
English, Social Studies,
Honor Society Sponsor
J. K. Hutchins
Ethel B. Thompson
STAGECRAFT is an elective which has proved that it
fills an important place in school life, as evidenced by the
wonderful staging effects it produces.
When one sees the beautiful pieces made in WOOD-
WORK classes, he realizes that -mastery of thls Sklll wlll
give a boy a better chance in life.
AUTO MECHANICS classes are always full because the
skills taught there are of such practical value to one
wishing to set up his own business or be a mechanic.
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Three years are offered in BRICKLAYING. Boys who
enroll in this course learn to do any work that a brick
mason can do, even to build a house.
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DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION is open to students
who want to earn while they learn. They spend two hours
of each school day working at a regular job for "pay."
The SCIENCE dept. offers uwo years in biology, two in
chemistry, and one in physics. Only one year is required
but many students enroll in all of the courses.
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Henry W. Hooper
Head of Science
R. M. Gordon
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Louis A. McMillan
R. li. Nichols
Industrial Arts, Drivers'
Psychology, Problems of
UPHOLSTERINC classes are open to any highschool
student who wants to use it for an elective. Boys learn to
do expert work in this department.
Learning to drive according to the rules gives a boy or
a girl a proper appreciation of the power under his
control. DRIVING is a full credit elective.
NVELDING is an occupational course that gives a
thorough training to boys who choose to do this type of
N D 4 S S E S work. It may be taken through highschool.
Chlora Ann Strand
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The .KRT room is a pleasant place where students work
in almost every medium known to artists. Learning to appre-
ciate beauty is combined with acquiring a skill. Frances Janssen
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Out of the many sounds emanating from the INSTRU- . V.
XIliN'l'.XL MUSIC room come some soul-stirring arrangements lvlg
skillfully and beautifully done. '
. Lina c. Smith
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CHOIR and CHORUS classes sing for civic organizations
as well as for school programs. Each year they attend the
music clinic directed by a nationally known man.
TO THE SENIORS OF 1953
nNow is the time that we must say goodbyen-
so many years have we said it, and yet the
task has never become easy! It would not
be possible for us to have worked together
so closely, so palnstakingly, and so long
as we have, without regrets being mingled
with our congratulations.
We shall continue to follow you with interest
and wish for your happiness and success. We
truly hope that we have helped develop in you
the stamina and intelligence to meet Life's
problems, that you may be, like Ulysses.
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A1171 Iiales Tom Beelzc nnctle Bennett Bill Berry
james Booth Agnes Brace Ralph Brewer jim my Bullock
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SENIOR WHO'S WHO
ADAIR, JERRY, 3 sem. at NHS, College Prep., National
Honor Society, 1 sem.
AUBERT, PATRICIA ANN, 6 sem. at NHS, General, Y-
Teens, l sem., Girls' O'Club, 6 sem., pres., '52, '53, sec.-
BAILY, PATRICIA, 10 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norkets, 3 sem., Choir, 6 sem., Y-Teens, 4 sem., Choir
award, '51, National Honor Society, 8 sem.
BALDWIN, SYLVIA, 2 sem. at NHS, General.
BATES, ANN, 6 sem. at NHS, Commercial, Y-Teens, 2
sem., girls' sports, 3 sem., Girls' O-Club, 2 sem., U.S.
BEEBE, TOM, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., O-Club, 6
sem., pres., '52, vice-pres., '52, historian, '51, lettered
basketball, 2 yrs., lettered baseball, 4 yrs., Boys' State,
'52, Jr. Rotarian, '52-'53, Officials for a Day, '52, All-
City Dance Board, 4 sem., Nordlys king candidate, '53,
All-City, All-State, basketball, U.S. chm., '53.
BENNETT, ANNETTE, 6 sem. at NHS, Commercial,
office assistant, 1 sem.
BERRY, BILL, 12 sem. at NHS, General, Intra-City O-
Club, 6 sem., vice-pres. jr. class, Student Council, 4 sem.,
lettered football, 3 yrs., track, 1 yr.
BOOTH, JAMES, 6 sem. at NHS, General, Choir, 2 sem.
BOWEN, RICHARD, 10 sem. at NHS, General.
BRACE, AGNES, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., National
Honor Society, 2 sem., majorette, 2 sem., UNESCO, 4
sem., library asst., 4 sem., Student Council, l sem., Scroll,
5 sem., editor, '52, '53, Future Nurses, l sem., pres., '53,
Quill and Scroll, 4 sem., pres., '52, '53, Y-Teens, 4 sem.,
Intra-City Paper Council, see., '53, Norkets, 3 sem.
BREXVER, RALPH, 12 sem. at NHS, General, Student
Council, l sem., National Honor Society, l sem., pro-
jectionist, 4 sem., stagecraft, 4 sem.
BULLOCK, JIMMY, 12 sem. at NHS, General.
BURGETT, TOMMY, 12 sem. at NHS, General, O'Club,
CAESAR, GWEN, 12 sem. at NHS, General, Norkets, 6
sem., Red Cross, 10 sem., vice-pres., '51-'52, Y-Teens, 8
sem., vice-pres., '51-'52, Choir, 8 sem., 2 yrs. certificate,
'52, Co-Ed Council, 6 sem., Student Council, 2 sem.,
U.S. vice-chm., '51, treas., '52, office asst., 2 sem.
CAESAR, JOE, 12 sem. at NHS, General, Choir, 6 sem.,
CARTER, AUDIE MAY, 6 sem. at NHS, Commercial,
stagecraft, office. asst.
CATER, RONALD, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Student Council, 2 sem., Red Cross, 4 sem., Future
Voters of Amer., '52, '53, U.S. Sgt.-at-arms, '52, vice-chm.
'50, sec. '51, '50.
CHENEY, PAT, 12 sem. at NHS, General, Student Coun-
cil, 3 sem., U.S. chm., '49, '50, '53, Y-Teens, 3 sem.,
Norkets, 6 sem.
CHENEY, PEARL, 12 sem. at NHS, General, Y-Teens, 5
CLARK, DAN, 8 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Student
Council, 1 sem., soph. class sec., jr. class pres., lettered
football, '51, U.S. chm., '51, vice-chm., '52, sec., '50,
O'Club, 3 sem., Intra-City O'Club.
CLARY, CHARRON, 6 sem. at NHS, General.
COATS, ANDY, 10 sem. at NHS, College Prep., sr. class
pres., soph. class treas., Student Council, 6 sem., O'Club,
2 sem., Tri-Sci, 2 sem., National Honor Society, 5 sem.,
NFL, 6 sem., Play Pro., 4 sem., Band, 6 sem., Pep band,
4 sem., Hungry 5, 2 sem., Teen Town Board, 4 sem.,
Golf team, speech tournaments.
COKER, GENEVA, 9 sem. at NHS, General.
CONWAY, WAYNE, 12 sem. at NHS, General, football, 6
sem., National Honor Society, 6 sem., O'Club, 4 sem.,
Projectionist, 8 sem., U.S. vice-chm., sec., Student
Council, 1 sem., Norsemen, 8 sem., Sgt.-at-arms.
COURSEY, BUDDY, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norse-
men, 4 sem., treas., '51, Student Council, 2 sem., treas.,
'52, Intra-City Student Council, 2 sem., Tri-Sci, 4 sem.,
pres., '52, '53, National Honor Society, 6 sem., pres.,
'52-'53, NFL, 5 sem., pres., '52-'53, Danforth Leadership
Award, '50, Spanish award, '51, Processional leader, '52,
Play Pro., 4 sem., Red Cross, 2 sem., O'Club, 2 sem.,
lettered football, '52.
CRAVENS, MARY, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Na-
tional Honor Society, 6 sem., Courtesy Club, 4 sem.,
Quill and Scroll, 4 sem., Norkets, 4 sem., Norsemen
Scroll, 2 sem., editor, '51, '52, asst. editor, '50, '51, Student
Council, 6 sem., Nordlys, 2 sem., editor, '52-53, Red
Cross, 4 sem., Y-Teens, 2 sem., Tri-Sci, 2 sem., soph.
class vice-pres., Gaylord Science award, '50, 2 D.A.R.
awards, '48, '49, U.S. chm., 2 sem., UNESCO, 2 sem.,
reporter, 2 sem., Nordlys queen candidate, '53.
CREAMER, JOHN, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norsel
men, 3 sem., cheerleader, '51-'52, O'Club, 3 sem., Student
Council, 1 sem., Band, 3 sem., pep band leader, Hungry
Five, 2 sem., leader, '52, '53, Red Cross, l sem., golf
team, 2 yrs., Band award, '52.
CRISS, DEAN, 12 sem. at NHS, General, O'Club, 4 sem.,
lettered football, 2 yrs., Student Council, 6 sem.
DALE, PATRICIA, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Nor-
kets, 6 sem., Pep Council, 1 sem., Student Council, 6
sem., vice-pres., treas., jr. hi., Y-Teens, 10 sem., N.F.L.,
8 sem., sec.-treas., '52-'53, Girls' O'Club, 5 sem., Courtesy
Club, 5 sem., procession leader, '52, Intra-City Student
Council, 5 sem., sec., '51-'52, All-City dance board, 4
sem., vice-pres., '52, U.S. chm., 2 sem., lettered 5 sem.,
DARON, CAROL, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Y-Teens,
2 sem., Jr. Art award, N.F.L., 3 sem., Nordlys, 2 seru.,
art editor, '52-'53.
DAVIS, MARGARET ANN, 3 sem. at NHS, General, Y-
Teens, 4 sem., treas., '52, pres., '53, Student Council,
sec., '53, Future Nurses, sec.-treas., '53, football queen
attendant, '52, office assistant, '52, '53, U.S. chm., '52.
DEGRAFFENREID, PAT, 12 sem. at NHS, General,
Student Council, 2 sem., Pep Council, 1 sem., Red
Cross, 2 sem., Y-Teens, 2 sem., National Honor Society,
l sem., Choir, 3 sem., Norkets, 6 sem., vice-pres., '52,
door-keeper, '51, UNESCO, 2 sem., Girls' O'Club, 1
sem., U.S. sec., 2 sem., treas., 2 sem., Nordlys Queen,
DE PUE, DALE, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., National
Honor Society, l sem., O'Club, 6 sem., Pep Council, 2
sem., pres. soph. class, U.S. chin., 2 sem., vice-chm., 1
sem., sec. jr. class, Student Council, pres., '52, Junior
Rotarian, '52-'53, lettered basketball, 2 yrs., lettered
football, 3 yrs., All-City, All-Mid State, All-State, foot-
ball, Intra-City Student Council, 2 sem., football co-
capt., Intra-City O'Club, 6 sem., baseball.
EASTHAM, LEAH, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Stu-
dent Council, 6 sem., pres., '50, vice-pres., '49, Officials
for a Week, '49, Y-Teens, 2 sem., All Around Girl, '50,
graduation speaker, '50, Play Pro., 6 sem., NFL, 6 sem.,
sec.-treas., '51-'52, jr. class treas., Teen Town, 6 sem.,
Norkets, 5 sem., Red Cross, 2 sem., All-School cheer-
leader, '52-'53, Pep Council, 2 sem., chm., Girls' O'Club,
4 sem., sec.-treas., '51-'52, vice-pres., '52-'53, 4-ball state
golf champion team, '52, medalist mid-state golf,'52,
2nd mid-state tennis, '52, speech tournaments, football
queen attendant, Nordlys queen attendant.
EDWARDS, W. M., 2 sem. at NHS, General.
EMERSON, SHIRLEY ANN, 6 sem. at NHS, College
Prep., Band, 4 sem., Band award, '52, Norkets, 3 sem.,
National Honor Society, 4 sem., Red Cross, 2 sem., U.S.
sec., '53, Student Council, 1 sem., office assistant, 2 sem.,
EMIT T, PEGGY, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Red Cross,
1 sem., Norkets, 6 sem., Nordlys, 2 sem., Student Coun-
cil. 2 sem., Quill and Scroll: Y-Teens, 2 sem.
3 sem., Girls' O'Club, 2 sem.
FINK, CHARLES, 4 sem. at NHS, General.
FITZGERALD, LORITTA, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep,
Norkets, 3 sem., Tri-Sci, 4 sem., vice-pres., '52, sec., '53,
Future Nurses, I sem., U.S. chm., '51, National Honor
Society, 2 sem., Future Voters of America, 2 sem.
GARRETT, KATHRYN, 6 sem. at NHS, Commercial,
UNESCO, 4 sem., Y-Teens, 4 sem., National Honor
Society, 2 sem., Student Council, l sem., library asst., 2
sem., Red Cross.
GILBERT, CLEMY LOU, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norkets, 6 sem., sgt.-at-arms, '52, Y-Teens, 5 sem.,
Student Council, '52,
GILBERT, MELBA, 10 sem. at NHS, General, Y-Teens, 2
sem., Girls' O'Club, 6 sem.
GILLILAND, JOHN, 4 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
O'Club, 3 sem., vice-pres., '52, National Honor Society,
2 sem., Student Council, pres., '53, sr. class vice-pres.,
U.S. chm., '52, Junior Rotarian, '52-'53, Norket Pin-up
Boy, '52-'53, lettered basketball, 2 yrs., lettered track, 2
yrs., Intra-City Student Council, 1 sem., Intra-City
O'Club, 3 sem.
GIST, CHRIS, 8 sem. at NHS, General, Student Council, 3
sem., lettered football, '49, lettered basketball, '50, U.S.
sec., '50, vice-chm., '51-52, Red Cross, 2 Sem., Future
Voters of America, 2 sem.
GOOD, PAUL, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Band, 6
sem., Pep Band, 2 sem., Norsemen, 8 sem., National
Honor Society, 8 sem., Tri-Sci, 1 sem.
GREENE, VIRGINIA, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norkets, 6 sem., treas., '52, pres., '53, National Honor
Society, 5 sem., vice-pres., '52, Choir, 4 sem., accom-
panist, 4 sem., Red Cross, 4 sem., vice-pres., '52-533
Nordlys, 2 sem., Quill and Scroll, 4 sem., sec.-treas., '52-
'53, Courtesy Club, 5 sem., Student Council, 4 sem.,
Intra-City Student Council, 2 sem., Pep Council, 1 sem.,
Choir award, '52, French award, '52.
GRIFFIN, CHARLES, 5 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
O'Club, 3 sem., football, I sem., Choir, 1 sem., Scroll, 1
GROVES, LESTER, 6 sem. at NHS, General, stagecraft.
GRUMBINE, GRANT, 10 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
National Honor Society, 2 sem., Student Council, 4 sem.,
UNESCO, 2 sem., Science award, '49, Red Cross, 2 sem.,
Tri-Sci, 1 sem.
GUTHERY, AARON, 12 sem. at NHS, General.
HART, LEANNE, 3 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norkets,
1 sem., Play Pro., 3 sem.
HAWLEY, SHARON, 3 sem. at NHS, College Prep., NFL,
2 sem., Play Pro., 3 sem.
HENDRIX, HOWARD, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
U.S. chm., '51, Student Council, '52.
HENSCHKE, PHYLLIS, 12 sem. at NHS, General, Nor-
kets, 6 sem., UNESCO, 2 sem.
HILL, MARTY, 6 sem. at NHS, General, O'Club, 2 sem.,
lettered football, 1 yr.
HOLLER, RAYMOND, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norsemen, 2 sem., Choir, 6 sem., treas., '52-'53, Choir
award, '52, Band, 12 sem., Pep Band, 6 sem.
HOLLIS, TOMMY, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Tri-
Sci, 2 sem., Norsemen, 8 sem.
HOUSE, SHERRILL, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Nor-
kets, 4 sem., UNESCO, 4 sem., U.S. vice-chm., '51, treas.,
'52, Student Council, 2 sem.
HORTON, SUE, 8 sem. at NHS, College Prep.
HUGHES, BILL, 4 sem. at NHS, General.
IVES, BOB, 8 sem. at NHS, General, Student Council, 2
sem., O'Club, vice-pres., '53, lettered football, 3 sem.,
lettered baseball, 3 sem.
JACKSON, DONNIE, 7 sem. at NHS, General, Norsemen,
2 sem., Band, 3 sem., Pep Band, l sem., Red Cross, 1
sem., Scroll, 2 sem.
JAMES, SUE, 6 sem. at NHS, General, Norkets, 3 sem.,
Y-Teens, 4 sem., U.S. chm., 1 sem., office asst., 2 sem.,
Girls' Sports, 2 sem.
JARO, DARREL, 12 sem. at NHS, General, O'Club, 2
sem., U.S. chm., 2 sem., lettered football, 2 yrs.
JOBE, VIRGIL, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norse-
men, 6 sem., Tri-Sci, 1 sem., lettered golf, 2 yrs., O'Club,
4 sem., Intra-City O'Club, 4 sem., Spanish award, '50,
U.S. chm., '51, '50, vice-chm., '5l.
JOHNSON, RONALD, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norsemen, baseball, 2 sem., U.S. chm., '51, '52, Student
Council, 1 sem., Tri-Sci, 1 sem.
JOHNSON, RONNIE, 12 sem. at NHS, General.
JONES, CLIFFORD, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
O'Club, 4 sem., Future Voters of America, 4 sem., Stu-
dent Council, 3 sem., U.S. chm., 2 sem., vice-chm., l sem.,
senior class treas., Intra-City O'Club, 4 sem., lettered
football, 3 yrs., lettered basketball, 2 yrs., baseball, 4
sem., track, 3 sem., Norsemen, 4 sem.
JUDKINS, EDNA, 6 sem. at NHS, General, Girls' O'Club,
6 sem., sec.-treas., '52-'53, Future Nurses, 1 sem.
JUSTICE, RUTH ANN, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Red Cross, 2 sem., National Honor Society, 3 sem., U.S.
chm., '52, vice-chm., '52.
KENNEDY, KAY DON, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norsemen, 8 sem., sgt.-at-arms, '52, reporter, '53, O'Club,
4 sem., Tri-Sci, 6 sem., football, 4 yrs., science award,
'49, '51, Junior Rotarian, '52-'53, Honorable mention
state science fair, lettered football, 2 yrs.
KERR, RAYMOND, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Na-
tional Honor Society, 9 sem., treas., '53, Norsemen, 5
sem., sec., '51, Student Council, 7 sem., sec., '48, N.F.L.,
7 sem., vice-pres., '52-'53, N.F.L. award, American Le-
gion award, science award, '48, Jr. Hi. scholarship
award, Coed Council, 4 sem., Jr. Rotarian, '52-'53,
Boys' State, '52, Father and Son Week, County Surveyor,
'50, Play Pro., 4 sem., Career conference, '53.
KETCHUM, MERLE, 5 sem. at NHS, General.
LAIR, LUANA, 8 sem. at Nl-IS, College Prep., science
award, '48, Student Council, 1 sem., UNESCO, 3 sem.,
pres., '52, reporter, '51, Quill and Scroll, 4 sem., Norse-
men Scroll, 4 sem.
LANE, FRANKLIN, 8 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norse-
men, 6 sem.
LOWDER, MELBA, 5 sem. at NHS, Commercial, Future
Nurses, l sem., office asst., 2 sem.
LAWRENCE, JERRY, 8 sem. at NHS, General, Student
Council, 3 sem., lettered basketball, 2 yrs., O'Club, 2
LOZIER, MARTHA, 12 sem. at NHS, Commercial.
LUTTRELL, CAROL, 12 sem. at NHS, Commercial,
National Honor Society, 4 sem., D.A.R. homemaking
award, '49, science award, '50, office asst., 2 sem.
MCPHERSON, BARBARA, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Girls' O'Club, 6 sem., vice-pres., '51-'52,
MANZELLA, CAROL, 4 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norkets, 4 sem., Red Cross, 2 sem., Choir, 2 sem., Future
Voters of America, 2 sem.
MENEFEE, JIMMY, 12 sem. at NHS, General.
MILLER, SHIRLEY, 8 Sem. at NHS, College Prep., Y-
Teens, 2 sem,, UNESCO, 2 sem., Norsemen Scroll, 2 sem.
MOORE, DAVID, 4 sem. at NHS, General, O'Club, 4 sem.,
lettered football, 2 yrs.
MOORE, RAE DONNA, 8 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Student Council, 6 sem., sec., '52, corres. sec. '52, vice-
pres., '53, Intra-City Student Council, 2 sem., Y-Teens,
6 sem., social chair., '52, pres., '52, Intra-City pres.,
52, Girls' State, '52, Chief Justice of Supreme Court,
Red Cross, 2 sem., Tri-Sci, 2 sem., Future Voters of
America, chm., '52, sec. democratic mock convention,
'52, football queen attendant, Career conference, '53,
Horizon club, 2 sem., Norkets, 6 sem., Pep Council, 2
sem., UNESCO, 2 sem., Coed Council, 4 sem.
MORAN, TONI, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., National
Honor Society, 3 sem., Y-Teens, 6 sem., sec.. '52, treas.,
'53, Norkets, 6 sem., vice-pres., '53, twiiler, 2 sem.,
Choir, 2 sem., Horizon club, I sem., sec., '49, U.S. chm.,
'51, Red Cross, 6 sem.
OLDHAM, SHIRLEY, 4 sem. at NHS, General, Norkets,
OLIVO, HASKELL, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep, Student
Council, 4 sem., Red Cross, 3 sem., U.S. chm., 4 sem.,
sec., 2 sem., O'Club, 4 sem., sec-treas., '52, pres., '53,
Jr. Hi football, lettered 1 yr., captain, lettered football,
2 yrs., captain, '52-'53.
OSBURN, EFFIE, 6 sem. at NHS, Commercial, Norkets,
3 sem., UNESCO, 4 sem., Student Council, 1 sem.,
Future Nurses, 1 sem., vice-pres., '53, Horizon club, sec.,
2 sem., Y-Teens, 2 sem., U.S. vice-chm., distributive edu-
OWEN, BETTY, 10 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Student
Council, 3 sem., Y-Teens, 4 sem., vice-pres., '53, Norkets,
4 sem., Horison club, 1 sem., office asst., 2 sem., Red
Cross, 2 sem.
PADEN, TOM, 6 sem. at NHS, General, O'Club, 4 sem.,
lettered football, 2 yrs.
PEARSON DARLYNE, 8 sem. at NHS, General, Choir, 8
sem., Red Cross, 2 sem., Student Council, 2 sem., Cour-
tesy Club, 6 sem., Norkets, 6 sem., sec., '53, sec. senior
class, U.S. Chm., '51, '0, football queen, Y-Teens, 2
PENICK, BOB, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Quill and
Scroll, 2 sem., treas., '52-'53, Norseman Scroll, 2 sem.,
O'Club, 3 sem., track team, 4 sem., Norsemen, 8 sem.,
National Honor Society, 8 sem., Choir, 4 sem., flag
ceremony boy, 2 sem.
PETREE, JACK, 3 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Band, 1
sem., Choir, 1 sem., Student Council, 2 sem., lettered
baseball, 1 yr., Pep Band, 1 sem.
PHILLIS, HAROLD, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norsemen, 5 sem., Band, 10 sem., vice-pres., '52, Choir,
2 sem., Tri-Sci, 2 sem., corres. sec., 1 sem., Student
Council, 4 sem., Pep Band, 6 sem., Band Queen escort.
PINKSTON, KARL, 10 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norsemen, 6 sem., sec., '53, Band, 4 sem., Choir, 1 sem.,
Student Council, 1 sem.
POWELL, JACKIE, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., let-
tered golf, 2 yrs., O'Club, 3 sem.
RAMSEY, VIVIAN, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Play
Pro., 4 sem., Norkets, 6 sem., reporter, '52, Y-Teens, 4
sem., Courtesy Club, 4 sem., UNESCO, 2 sem.: N.F.L., 5
sem., U.S. vice-chm., 1 sem., sec.-treas., l sem., Student
Council, 3 sem., treas., '51, Norsemen Sweetheart, '52-'53.
RATHFON, DALE, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norse-
men, 8 sem., pres., '51-'52, reporter, '50-'51, Tri-Sci, 6
sem., Junior Rotarian, '52-'53, Play Pro., 2 sem.
REEVES, JEDEANE, 8 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Stu-
dent Council, 2 sem., library asst., 1 sem., Norket, 6
sem., cheerleader, '52-'53, UNESCO, 4 sem., Y-Teens, 4
sem., National Honor Society, 2 sem., U.S. sec., '51, '52,
vice-chm., '51, Quill and Scroll, 3 sem., Norsemen Scroll,
5 sem., feature editor, '52-'53.
REID, BILL, 3 sem. at NHS, College Prep., lettered foot-
ball, 1 yr., O'Club, 2 sem.
RIDDLES, SAM, 6 sem. at NHS, General, U.S. chm., '51-
'52, National Honor Society, 2 sem.
ROBBINS, SUE, 2 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Play Pro.,
2 sem., sec., '53, N.F.L.
ROBERTS, JOHN, 8 sem. at NHS, College Prep., O'Club,
3 sem., sec.-treas., '53, Student Council, 5 sem., Pep
council, 2 sem., lettered basketball, 2 yrs., U.S. chm.,
'52, Boys' State, '51-'52, Nordlys King, '53,
ROUSH, DON, 12 sem. at NHS, General, lettered track, 4
yrs., lettered football, 2 yrs., O'Club, 8 sem., sec.-treas.,
'52, Sgt.-at-arms, '51, U.S. chm., '51, '52.
ROUSH, JON, 12 sem. at NHS, General, O'Club, 4 sem.,
lettered football, 3 yrs., lettered track, 2 yrs., Band, 4
RUBLE, JERRY, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., lettered
basketball, 3 yrs., O'Club, 5 sem.
RUBY, RINKY, 10 sem. at NHS, General, Red Cross, 10
sem., Student Council, 2 sem., Pep Council, 2 sem.,
O'Club, 6 sem., lettered tennis, 2 yrs.
SAGE, PAT, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Y-Teens, 4
sem., N.F.L., 1 sem., U.S. chm., '52, '53, debate team.
SCHAFFER, LEE, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norse-
men, 8 sem., treas., '52, Band, 8 sem.
SHARP, GLORINE, 5 sem. at NHS, General, office asst.,
SQWYRES, MELVA, 10 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Tri-
Sci, 4 sem., sec., '52, National Honor Society, 2 sem:
Future Nurses, 1 sem., latin award.
STEPHENSON, JANET, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norkets, 6 sem., Y-Teens, 8 sem., reporter, '52, sec., '53,
Horizon club, pres., '50, Girls' Sports, 4 sem., National
Honor Society, 2 sem., Red Cross, 5 sem., Student Coun-
cil, 1 sem., Band Queen attendant, '52, U.S. chm., '52-'53.
STEWART, KAREN, 10 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norkets, 6 sem., cheerleader, '52-'53! Courtesy Club, 4
, sem., pres., '52-'53, National Honor Society, 2 sem.: Red
Cross, 4 sem., sec., '52-'53, Choir, 8 sem., treas., '52, sec.,
'52-'53, Student Council, 3 sem., Pep Council, 2sem.,
Y-Teens, 4 sem., U.S. vice-chm., '51, chm., '52, sec. '52,
Teen Town, 2 sem.
STILSON, SALLY, 2 sem. at NHS, Commercial, Girls'
Sports, 2 sem., Nordlys, 2 sem.
STORY, JOELLEN, 6 sem. at NHS, General, Horizon
club, 1 sem., Band, 6 sem.
STRACNER, KENNETH, 12 sem. at NHS, General,
O'Club, 4 sem., lettered football, 2 yrs., U.S. chm., 1
sem., Student Council, 1 sem.
STUFFLEBEAN, PAT, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Red, Cross, 2 sem., Y-Teens, 2 sem., Band Queen at-
tendant, '52, Band Queen, '53, twirler, 6 sem., Band,
4 sem., sec.-treas., '52-'53.
TAMBINI, TONY, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norse-
men, 6 sem., Choir, 4 sem., Tri-Sci, 2 sem., Red Cross,
2 sem., All-School cheerleader, '52-'53.
THORNBERRY, ELLEN, 10 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Y-Teens, 2 sem., Norkets, 3 sem., Norseman Scroll, ad-
vertising mgr., '50, '51, business mgr., '51-'52, Nordlys, 2
sem., UNESCO, 2 sem., sec., '51, pres., '52, Tri-Sci, 1 sem.
TOUHEY, PAT, 6 sem. at NHS, General, O'Club, 2 sem.,
lettered track, 2 yrs., choir awards, '51, '52, Student
Council, 5 sem.
TRACEWELL, MARY LU, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep,
Norkets, 6 sem., N.F.L., 6 sem., Y-Teens, 3 sem., Choir,
2 sem., Quill and Scroll, 1 sem.
VAUGHN, JIMMY, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Band,
3 sem., Norsemen, 2 sem., Student Council, 1 sem., U.S.
chm., '51, '52, Norkct Dream Boy, '52-'53.
VERNON, TERRY, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norse-
men, 8 sem., reporter, '52, pres., '53, Tri-Sci, 2 sem.,
Choir, 6 sem., vice-pres., '52-'53, Band, 6 sem., Pep band,
6 sem., Choir award, '52, Band frat., '50-'5l.
WADE, DON, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Tri-Sci, 2
sem., treas., '52-'53, Band, 8 sem., pres., '53, vice-pres.,
'52, Band award, '52, Student Council, 2 sem., Pep Band,
6 sem., Band Queen escort, '52, Nordlys King candidate,
WARD, REVA JEAN, 8 sem. at NHS, Commercial, Na-
tional Honor Society, 5 sem., Norkets, 3 sem., UNESCO,
4 sem., Y-Teens, 1 sem., office asst., 2 sem., U.S. treas.,
'53, Horizon club, l sem.
WAYTE, BUDDY, 11 sem. at NHS, General, Red Cross, 5
sem., Student Council, 3 sem., U.S. chm., '49, '51,
XVEAVER, OLETA, 5 sem. at NHS, General, Y-Teens, 1
WHITTLE, NANCY, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Red
Cross, 8 sem., sec., '51-'52, National Honor Society, 8
sem., Norkets, 6 sem., sec., '52, treas., '53, Y-Teens, 3
sem., Choir, 6 sem., Pep council, 2 sem., Tri-Sci, 2 sem.,
U.S. sec.-treas., '49, '51, '53, Nordlys, 2 sem., business
manager, '52-'53, lettered golf, '52, Girls' O'Club, 1 yr.,
4-ball state golf team, '52, Future Nurses, 1 sem.,
UNESCO, 2 sem.
WHITAKER, RICHARD, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Norsemen, 6 sem., National Honor Society, 4 sem., pres.,
'53, O'Club, 3 sem., lettered track, 2 yrs., lettered foot-
ball, 2 yrs., Father and Son week, '52, French award,
'52, Junior Rotarian, '52-'53.
WICK, ELIZABETH, 6 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Y-
Teens, 2 sem., Norkets, 3 sem., Nordlys, 2 sem., library
asst., 2 sem.
WILSON, DAVID, 5 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Tri-Sci,
2 sem., Band, 5 sem., pres., 3 sem., Norsemen, 2 sem.,
Officials for a Day, '52.
WILSON, STEVE, 6 sem. at NHS, General, Norsemen, 1
sem., Red Cross, 2 sem.
WINDHAM, EARLENE, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep.,
Student Council, 2 sem., Red Cross, 2 sem., Y-Teens, 3
sem., French award, '50, Norkets, 6 sem., pres., '52, door-
keeper, '52, historian, '53, Quill and Scroll, 3 sem., vice-
pres., '52-'53, UNESCO, 3 sem., National Honor Society,
treas., '52, Pep council, 1 sem., Jr. Altrusan, '52-'53,'
Choir, 4 sem., Norseman Scroll, 4 sem., asst. editor,
'52-'53, D.A.R. award, '53.
WISELEY, BETTY LOU, 2 sem. at NHS, General.
WORLEY, JAMES, 12 sem. at NHS, College Prep., Norse-
men, 8 sem., vice-pres., '51, pres., '52, cheerleader, '52-'53,
Band, 4 sem., Choir, 2 sem., Tri-Sci, 2 sem., Red Cross,
1 sem., National Honor Society, 1 sem., Pep council, 2
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1952 OFFICERS: Seated, Carol jo Kennedy, president junior high, Carol
Sue Loveland reasurer 'liiniggljlgllg .Xnn Wendell, secretary senior Fiighl
i Coats, secretary junior high. Standing: Mike Ingels, vice-president
senior high, Buddy Coursey, treasurer senior high and Miss Donna Schue
macher, sponsor. "I, state your name, do solemnly pledge to uphold the
standards and traditions of Northeast High School and at all times to
contribute to the school and the student body."
CAFETERIA COMMITTEE: Seated, Donna Bruza, Sherill House, Gene
Del'ue and Charles Morris. Standing, Judy Warren, Douglas Bell, Merle
Ketchem, Ann Booth and Ralph Lozier. The cafeteria committee has the
responsibility of regulating cafeteria procedure, Through its leadership,
courtesy and cleanliness in the cafeteria are made popular. The student of
Northeast must live up to the responsibility of observing the standards
set up by this committee.
First Semester President
CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE:Seated, Mary Alice Degreare, John
Farr, Jimmy Joyner, Larry Morris. Standing, Nancy Campbell
Kenneth Carpenter, David Vaughn, Rae Donna Moore, Dale
DePue, Jane Greene, Marilyn Constant and Wilson Garrison
Members of the campaign committee get valuable experience in
conducting a Student Council election. Assisted by P-T.A. mem
bers they supervise thc poles and count the votes. By assuming
that responsibility, the committee relieves an over-Worked faculty
ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE: Seated, Phyllis Harrell
Agnes Brace, Pat Lowery, Betty Del'ue, Betsy Lind-
say, Nancy Vance, Deloris Grimes, D0nn:wMoore-
land. Standing, Carol Frazier, Fred Phillips, John
Creamer, Ralph Brewer, Ronald johnson, john
Second Semester President
Delaney, Charlie Rodgers, Chester jones, Haskell
Olivo, james Booth and Bill Gregg. Planning talent
assemblies is the main job for this committee, They
are responsible for auditioning students to be sure
we have choice material for our assemblies.
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1953 OFFICERS: Seated, June Martin, junior high vice-presidentg Nancy
Miller, junior high secretaryg Dorothy Hellbaum, junior high treasurerg
and Betty Del'ue, senior high treasurer. Standing: Margaret Davis, senior
high secretary: Jerry Sue Goodwin, junior high president, Rae Donna
Moore, senior high vice-president: and Mr. Yoesting, sponsor. These officers
were installed on january 28 preceded by a week of hard campaigning.
CIVIC COMNII'I"I'EE: Seated, Becky Trotter, George Ann Burke, Carolyn
Balliett and Peggy Williams. Standing: jo Lynda Blake, Dale Sherrod, Ed
Henthorn and Gary Goodman. The purpose of this committee is to work
with the campaign committee and to notify the P-TA mothers who assist
with the wards.
DIRECTORY COMMITTEE: Seated, Nora Maggio, Edith Coats, Carol Jo
Kennedy, Nida Acklin and Carnmita IVisdom. Standing: Leah Hensley,
Peggy Langley, and Becky Trotter. The directory committee has the re-
sponsibility of obtaining an accurate roster of the student body and having
the handy student directory published.
MENTAL HEALTH COMMITTEE: Seated,
Leah Hensley, Rochelle Bachrach, jim Ore-
baugh and Dick Crutchfield. Standing, janet
Stephenson, john Roberts, Rae Donna Moore,
John Gilliland and Dick Crosley. This is a
newly organized committee Whose purpose is
to obtain information from the Oklahoma
Chapter of Mental Health and to inform the
student body about any charitable work North-
east can do.
SCHOOL PLANT COMMITTEE: Seated, June Martin, Kenneth
Stracener and Douglas Potter. Standing, Dorothy Hellbaum. The
School Plant Committee is responsible for making arrangements for
new plants and shrubs around the school building.
SENIOR HIGH SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Seated,
Beverly Thomas, Chris Gist, Darlyne Pearson,
Jeanette Sheffield and Nancy Kesterson. Stand-
ing, Charmion Whittle, Rochelle Bachrach, Sue
Parkhurst, Effie Osburn, Margaret Davis, Steve
Landers, Dick Reynolds, Dean Criss and Dick
Crosley. Arrangements for mixers held after
games and other social activities are planned by
ClAN'l'EliN COBIMI'I"l'liE: Seated, Ktlarol Sue
Loyelantl, Virginia Greene, Nora Nlaggio and
Helen Henderson. Standing, Buddy Coursey,
john Roberts, Thelma Olixo and aloe Claeser.
Resulting from the prolonged efforts of the
Canteen Committee, Northeast now has an apple
vending machine in the cafeteria. It furnishes
chilled fruit as well as adding income to the
Student Council budget.
S.Xl'li'l'Y CIONlXll'l"l'lili: Seated. Yira Lee Taylor, Bette liarnest,
Diane lfile, Caroline Walton and .Xnn Southerland. Standing, Bobby
Hill, Pat louliey, Raymond Kerr, Tony Beals and .Xrthur Green.
"Salety is etertbodys business" is stressed by this committee. 'l'hey
ClllPll2lNllC the importance ol saving lites and keep this fact before
the students In means ol' posters and other ways.
ITNIOR HIGH SOGI XL: Seated, Virginia
Prescott, Nancy Vance, Carol lfrazier, Janice
Beaiers, lithel Trinkle, Thelma Olivo, Carol
Sue l.ovelace, Donna Nlooreland and Vifa-'lace
Taylor. Standing, john DeI.aney, Charlie
Rodgers, Paul Nlorris, Nancy Campbell, jerry
Sue Goodwin, Carol jo Kennedy, Wayne Mock,
Bobby Hill, Douglas Potter, Gene W'hittle and
Susan Becker. All social entertainment held in
the junior high school is headed by this com-
mittee, 'l'hey plan the function, decorate the
room, and see that their guests have fun.
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Subject: Our Supersonic Age
Subject: The Drawing Board
BUDDY couizsuy PATRICIA DALE
Subject: Passing the Sound Barrier Sllbjctt: VHPUT Trails
At the Speed ofSo1md was the theme chosen by the speakers for their speeches.
Music for the senior sermon, May 24, and for commencement exercises, May
27, was furnished by the choir, directed by Miss Smith and accompanied by
Ann Rahe at the organ. Reverend Bill Alexander delivered the senior sermon.
Remember that beautiful, sparkling Christmas
tree that adorned our front hall a week before
those longed-for holidays? Shown above is a
group of students putting the finishing touches
on the tree.
The theme of the Thanksgiving assembly this
year was the four freedoms that Americans are
thankfully experiencing each day. The American
History class with cooperation from the choir
and the stagecraft class presented this inspiring
assembly. The four students in the picture rep-
resent the freedom of Americans to attend the
church of their choice
It was impossible to catch the fairy-like beauty given by the silver tipped trees this year
at Olll' annual Christmas assembly. The Play Production class gave the play, "The Doctor of
Lonesome Folk", and the band played a medley of favorite Christmas songs.
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CONCERT BAND: Row One, Don Barker, Sue Nelson, Linda Barker, Lee
Ann Nicholson, Tornrny Settle, Gary Moore and John Swanson. Row Two,
Bill l'Vhitfield, X'Vanna Mae McCrabb, Darrell Richard, Pat Faubion, Whitfield
Bourne, Paul Good, Raymond Holler, Connie Stevens and Allan Hunter. Row
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Northeast's Marching Band Gives Great Pride to the School
CONCERT BAND: Row One, Don Roland, George Henley, Robert West, Laura
Duerksen and Fred Phyliss. Row Two, John O'Neal, Berton Maples, Emmert
Henley, Terry Vernon, Robert Clark, Jo Ellen Story and Bobby Ewing. Row
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Ron' One: Nelda Hlright, Betty Owen, Pat Cheney, Janet Stephenson, Clemy Lou Gilbert, Pat Lowery, Jean
Nlarie Anderson, Georg Ann Burke, Twinkle Morrison, Gwen Caesar, Betty McBride and Carolyn Berry. Row Two:
Mary Lu 'l'rztecwell, Connie Stevens, Dorothy Hellbauin, Judy Brown, Mary Lee Tambini, Nancy Kassel, Dorothy
Oshurne, Carol Loveland, Beverly Thomas, Toni Moran and Delaine Wlortman. Row Three: Kellis Armer, Gloria
Odom, Sue james, Pearl Cheney, Carolyn Richardson, Barbara Bloom, Vivian Ramsey, Margaret Davis, Carol jo
Kennedy, Dizinn Shipp and Mitze McGinley.
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Ron' One: Marilyn Poore, Buddy Coursey, Melva Squyers, Don Wade, Fred l'hillis, Loritta Fitzgerald, Rae Donna Moore, and
Mr. Hooper, sponsor. Row Two: Dale Rathfon, Kay Don Kennedy, Terry Vernon, james Worley, Tommy Hollis, Virgil jobe,
Don Hughes, David YVilson and Tony Tatnbini. Tri-Sci is now in its third year. The club is open to all senior high people
interested in science. The members work out scientific experiments, listen to scientific discussions, and help make science a
practicable part of every person's life.
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Row One: Beverly Button, Pat Van Antwerp, Dorothy Hellbaum, treasurer '52 and '53g Peggy Williams, president '53, Mrs.
Grace Davison, sponsor: Madonna Moore, Ann Cesar and Claudia Caldwell. Row Two: Mrs. Hellbaum, assistant leader,
Carolyn Richardson, vicepresident '52, Carol jo Kennedy, secretary '52, jerry Sue Goodwin, Ann Whittle, secretary '53, Gloria
Odom, president '52g Juanita Zinn, vice-president ,531 Pat Lowery, and Mrs. K. K. Kennedy, leader. Not pictured is Pat Dutton.
All ninth grade and senior high girls are eligible to become members of Horizon Club. Club activities include service projects
and social projects. -67-
Junior Red Cross was organized in the year of
1937 with Mrs. Pittman as sponsor. Their first
project was making garments for children and
duffle bags for soldiers. In 1949, Mrs. Thompson
became the sponsor. Each year there is a drive
for money donations for The National Chi1dren's
Fund of the American Red Cross. Also gift boxes
are sent the children overseas. Each month or so a
group of Red Cross members provide entertainment
for the veterans at Yvill Rogers Hospital.
Officers: Karen Stewart, secretaryg Virginia Greene, vice-presi-
dentg Carolyn Berry, president, Jo Ann Blackard, treasurer,
John Dye, reporter. Standing: Mrs. Thompson.
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Members, Row One: Marilyn Abercrombie, Janice Cox, Vala Grigoriew, Carolyn Balliet, Carolyn DeLaugh'
ter, Carol Manzella, Barbara Bloom, Janet Bates, Ralph Hester, Robert Genung, Kent Spangler, Kay Metz,
Jeanette Sheffield, Robert Damron, Gary Goodman and Mrs. Thompson. Row Two: Judy Morgan, Martha
Pichart, Dian Shipp, Carolyn Gregg, Linda Harris, Jo Ann Blackard, Tony Tambini, Rinky Ruby, Jerry
Good, Helen Hickman, Virginia Greene, Karen May, Ann Newman and John Dye. Row Three: Ina
Vaughn, Ruth Ann Justice, Claudia Caldwell, Carol Potter, Charlene Cox, Darlene Shaffer, Anne Rahe, Mar-
garet Bingham, James Worley, John Brace, Karen Stewart, Billy Mlnter, Charles Codding, Ann Wendel
and Carolyn Berry.
Project: Ruth Ann Justice, Ralph Hester, Vala
Grigoriew, Carol Potter, Karen May and Darlene
Shaffer. Filling Christmas boxes to be sent over-
seas, ll5 boxes were filled this year.
To become a member of the Quill and
Scroll, an international organization, you
must have done superior work in some
phase of journalism. The local members
are, seated, Luana Lair, Miss Chaney,
Miss Gillette, and Mary Cravens. Stand-
ing, Ellen Thornberry, Earlene Wind-
ham, jedeane Reeves, Bob Penick, Vir-
ginia Greene, and Agnes Brace.
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Courtesy Club was organized in 1942,
or rather, it just grew naturally. Several
girls wanted to have ushers at the plays.
They presented their idea to Miss Louise
Laing and asked her to sponsor the club.
During the years, it has expanded to in-
clude ushering at P-TA programs, grad-
uation exercises, and other school activ-
ities. Membership is open to juniors and
seniors who are interested in this type
of activity, but is limited for better co-
COURTESY CLUB j
Seated: Pat Dale, Mary Cravens, Vivian
Ramsey, Karen Stewart, and Virginia
Greene. Standing: Sue Mack, Gloria
Hughens, Charmion Whittle, Ann
Wendle, and Jeannette Sheffield. Pic-
tured above are Karen Stewart, president,
and Darlyne Pearson, vice-president,
handing out programs to patrons who
have come to enjoy a play.
MEMBERS , is
Row One: Carolyn Balliett, Mary Cravens, Patsy Patterson, joan Matheson, David Hurst,
Phyllis Ann lJail'ey, Frances Phillips, Shirley Emerson, jane 'lihompson and Donna jean
Bruza. Row Two: Nysa Willilord, jane Greene, Buddy Coursey, Don Spiller, Raymond
Kerr, 'l'ony Beals, jo Ann Blackard, Karen Stewart, jedean Reeves and Linda Lou Harris.
Row Three: Loritla Fitzgerald, Sandra Rawlings, Melva Squyres, Don Barker,
Leslie, Dale Sherrod, john Gilliland, Richard XVhitaker, james Fry, Andy
Row Une: Ruth Ann justice, Charlene Cox, Mary Xvard, Norma XVilliams, Patricia Dale,
Joe Ray, john Swanson, Patricia Kimbler, Nancy Lewis, Agnes Brace, Reva .lean Ward and
LeRoy England. Row Two: Carol Luttrell, Virginia Greene, Peggy jones, i5,nne,.BQQj1,
Mike lngels, Wayne Conway, Glenn Crawford, Earlene XVindham, Betty Inman, Sue Nelson
and Martha Beggs. Row Three: Claudia Rey, Patricia Baily, Bill Almen, Georg Ann
Burke, Ralph Brewer, Bob Penick, Dale DePue, Keith Dunn, Peggy Farrington, Carolyn
Berry and Dian Shipp.
Arktoandre, Northeast's chapter of the National Honor Society,
accords special recognition to those students who stand high in
citizenship, scholarship, service, leadership and character. To be
considered eligible for membership in this society, one must be a
senior, a junior, or a sophomore and must have earned a four-
point-three scholastic average in all subjects for two consecutive
semesters. Election to membership is conducted by a council of
faculty members, presided over by the principal of the school.
These new members are formally initiated in a special senior high
Seated: Buddy Coursey, president: Mrs. Castle-
berry, advisorg Virginia Greene, vice-president.
Standing: Mike lngels, secretary, and Earlene
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Row One: Margaret Beggs, Virginia Lee, Claudia Plato. Viva liee Taylor, john Nelson,
Shirley IVOOII, Dorothy Hellbaum, johnny jarvis and David Petty. Row Two: Helen
Schlinke, Carol Sue Loveland, lohn 0'Neal. Carol jo Kennedy, I-iarl Minter, Carolyn
Holbrook, Carol Savage, Marsha Webster and Peggy Williams. Row Tln'ee:jin1niy jayner
Nancy lforee, jerry Sue Goodwin, Kenneth Carpenter, Toni Cilmore,
Mary Alice Delieare, lillen june Martin and Linda Barker.
Row One: IVayne Mock, Ina jo Vaughn, Nancy Miller, Patricia Van Antwerp, Carol Sue
Graham, Charles Codding, Phillip Kerce, Leroy Goodman and Ramona Hover. Row Two:
Twinkle Morrison, Madonna Moore, Beverly Button, Connie Toney, Douglas Potter,
Robert XVest, Cheryl Moore, joan Hubbard and Nadine Rankin. Row Three: jo Ann
Mansell, john Farr, Ann Buck, Tommy Geis, Paul Morris, Carolyn Richardson, joseph
Rathfon, Robert Clark and Michael Okerlund,
Aeated: Peggy Williams, p
Arktoandre is also carried into the junior high. This is the
first year that Northeast has had a separate society for ninth and
eighth grades. Because of the great number of students who were
eligible for membership in National Honor Society, it became
necessary for the junior high pupils to be put into a group by
themselves. Miss Pauline Ingram agreed to sponsor the new society,
and officers were duly elected. A student must meet the same
requirements as that of the senior high students. The new members
are formally initiated in a special junior high assembly.
resident, Miss Ingram,
advisor, Earl Minter, vice-president, Standing:
Ina jo Vaughn, secretar
y, and john O'Neal,
N.F.L. officers and sponsor, left to right: Buddy Coursey, N-F-L' award wmngfsf Raymond Kerr
prcsidentg Raymond Kerr, vice-president, Pat Dale, secre- and Leah Eastham-
tary, and Mrs. Zalclle Gifford, sponsor.
N. F. L.
N.F.L. Members, Row One: Carol jo Kennedy, Pat Dutton, Carolyn Berry, Sally Rogers, Anne
Booth, Ann Cesar and Madonna Moore. Row Two: Mary Ward, Rochelle Bachrach, Jeannette
Sheffield, Buddy Coursey, Peggy Williams, Ina Vaughn, Pat Lowery, Dorothy Hellbaum, Diane
File and Dian Shipp. Row Three: Jane Thompson, Mary Adkins, Pat Sage, Standing: Peggy
Steele, Mary Lu Tracewell, Sharon Hawley and Pat Van Antwerp. Row Four: Sue Robbins,
Vivian Ramsey, Leah Eastham, joe Ray and Pat Dale. Row Five: Raymond Kerr, joe Shelton,
Glenn Crawford and Carol Daron.
Best actress and actor award winners: Pat Dale
and Buddy Coursey.
P "2I" girl cast for "The Young and Fair." Hou' One: Pat Dale,
Leah Eastham, Sharon Hawley and Dian Shipp. Row Two:
Sue Robbins, Carolyn Berry, Yixian Ramsey, Molly Rogers and
Mary Adkins, Row Three: Diane File, Carol Daron, Peggy
XVilliams, Peggy Steele and Nancy Clark. Row Four: Ann
P D U C T I 0 N Cesar, Pat Lowery, Twinkle Morrison and Ina Vaughn. Row
Five: Pat Dutton, Jeannette Sheffield and Leanne Heart.
Leading players for "Ladies in IfC'llI'f'IIII'7lfUZ Leah l'i2lSlll2llIl. l'nt Dale, Sue Robbins, Yixian
Ramsey, standing, and juannctte Sliellieltl.
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Editor Art Editor
There has been a yearbook at Northeast since 1944,
in war time and peace time. It has faithfully served the
school and students with pleasant thoughts and sweet
A yearbook staff has the responsibility of producing
a book that is both practical and beautiful. The staff of
'53 has tried to live up to that responsibility.
Miss Chaney has been the sponsor of Nordlys since
that first year when a book of only 32 pages was pub-
lished. Today the book includes 108 pages, more than
900 pictures, and thousands of names, which the staff
earnestly prays are spelled correctly.
The staff and their sponsor hope that this yearbook
will be enjoyed and liked by all the students and that
they have published a book that is both practical and
Miss Chaney Mr. Kreuger Mr. Yoesting
Sponsor Photography Advisor ..74- Sales Advisor
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Editor Business Manager Feature Editor
Northeast has had a school paper since its first year,
1937, but that first one was not a slick paper newspaperg
it was a mimeographed sheet. It carried no pictures of
school activities, but it covered the news adequately.
Published once a month, the Scroll sometimes has
four pages and other times six pages. Special editions
brighten classrooms and halls at Christmas and other
holiday times. XVhen the April edition is distributed, one
looks with fear and trembling to see if his name appears
on the printed page. Despite the fact that costs of publi-
cation have risen a great deal sincc 1937, the Scroll is still
sold for 10 cents.
The staff' of this year's Scroll has worked diligently
and with unfailing effort to gixe the students of Northeast
a school paper they can be proud of and enjoy.
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Connie Miles Miss Gillette Leah Hensley
SENIORS: Row One: Pat Cheney, Gwen Caesar, Mary Cravens, Carol Manzella, Effie
Oshurn, Agnes Brace, Toni Moran, Mary Lu Tracewell, and Peggy Emitt, Row Two.'
Elizabeth Wick, Leah Eastham, Rae Donna Moore, Shirley Emerson, Earlene Windham,
Loritta Fitzgerald, Pat DcCraffenreirl, Sherrill House, and Virginia Greene. Row Three:
Darlyne Pearson, Ellen Thornherry, Sue Horton, Vivian Ramsey, Clemy Gilbert, Phyllis
Hcnschkc, janet Stephenson, Patricia Baily, and Betty Owen.
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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS: Nancy
Whittle, secretary: Pat DeGraffeI1reid,
vice-president, Virginia Greene, treas-
urer, Earlene Windham, president, and
Mrs. Davidson, sponsor.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS:
Toni Moran, vice-president, Darlyne
Pearson, secretary, Nancy Whittle,
treasurer, Virginia Greene, president,
and Miss Wilson, sponsor.
HISTORY OF NORKETS
The Norket Pep Club started with a member-
ship of ten girls in September, 1937. The ten
girls named the club and designed the uniforms.
The derivation of the name, "Norket," has a
special significance-"NOR," meaning Northriest,
and "KET," meaning a small part of. The pur-
pose of the club is to promote school spirit and
give moral support to sports. Every year the club
honors the football team with a banquet. The
first banquet was held in the school cafeteria the
same year the school was opened. Funds were
raised for the banquet by having pie suppers,
selling popcorn at school, selling ice cream at
the Capitol, and coke parties. Mrs. Gifford and
Miss Bailey QRobinsonj were the first sponsors.
In the ten years Mrs. Gifford was sponsor, the
club grew from ten members to seventy-five. Mrs.
Davidson became sponsor in 1947 and Miss
Wilson became co-sponsor in 1950. The Norket
Pep Club has changed in quite a few ways but
in others it has remained the same. The uniforms
and name are still the same. But now we have
a big carnival to raise funds for the banquet,
this carnival serves two purposes: we get the
money we need and we have fun doing it. We
now have a membership of 120 girls. The club
wishes to thank the officers and sponsors for
the wonderful job they have done to bring fame
to the Norket Pep Club.
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Carol Hester, Nysa Mfilliford, Sherry Lee, Marlene Miles, Sandra Rawlings Francis Phillips
George Ann Faubion, Nancy Lewis, Ann Wendel, Barbara McBride, and Connie Campbell
Row Three: Marilyn Constant, Carolyn Berry, joy Hurst, Karen May, Barbara Burleson
Harritte Hayman, Elizabeth Swanda, jane Greene, Charmion Whittle, Sue Paden and Geral
dine Gibson. ,
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SOPHOMORES: Row One: Peggy Steele, Marilyn Poore, Sue Nelson, Alice Gibson, Carolyn
Hamlet, Helen Hickman, Leah Hensley, Pauline Mize, Carmanita XVisdom, Claudia Rey,
and Martha Beggs. Row Two: Betsy Linzy, Becky Trotter, Donna Phillips, Betty Inman,
Margie Paulk, Dian File, Linda Harris, Connie Miles, Sue Parkhurst, Mary Sue Card,
Betty DePue, and Nelda Wright. MN., ,xi
SOPHOMORES: Row One: Delaine Wortman, Alice jones, Cleva Ann Stafford, Donna
Bruza Toni Moran, Mary Ward, Patsy Patterson, Beverly Nichols, Rochelle Bachrach,
Georg Ann Burke, and Judith Plato. Row Two: Kellis Armer, Molly Rogers, Carolyn
Baker Mary Ann Stevens, jane Thompson, Barbara Reid, Jo Ann Blackard, Glenna
Daniels Lola jones, Peggy Langley, Carolyn Balliett, and Chloe Ann Wade.
liow One: Tony launbini, 'l'erry Vernon, Karl Pinkston, Paul Good, Lee Shaffer, Richard
Whitaker, Virgil jobe, james Worley, Dale Rathlon, Kay Don Kennedy and -jimmy Hicks.
Row Two: Richard Ryder, Glen Llrawlord, Neal Roland, jerry Young, Tom Gilmore, William
Seated: Don Roland, treasurerg joe Ray, vice-presidentg Dale Rathfon, prcsidentg and
William Schmees, secretary. Standing: Mr. McMillan, sponsor.
When our school was in its
first years ol growth, there
were two boys' pep clubs. A
few years later, the clubs con-
solidated into the Norsernen
The Norsemen furnish the
basketball rooters with cool
cokes to soothe those parched
throats between halves of ex-
citing home games. At the
close of the season our basket-
Sclnnees, Charlie Rodgers, Charles Ballard, joe Ray and llarry O'Bryan. Row Three: Kent
Spangler, Robert West, liugene lilkins. john Dean, james Wineinger, Rusty Wicke, Leonard
Deiclnnan, Chester jones, lion Roland, Berton Maples and Mr. Reeves, sponsor.
ball team is honored as guest
of the club to a basketball
banquet and dance. A high-
light of the year was the bas-
ketball game between the
Norsemen and the Faculty
men which was very exciting.
The score was 27 to 22 in
favor of the faculty.
The good sportsmanship and
enthusiastic cheering of thc
club sends our basketball and
football teams on to victory.
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and Karl Pinkston, secretary. Standing: Mr. Spangler, sponsor.
junior Rotarians and junior Altrusan: Dale DePue, Kay Don Kennedy, Richard Whitaker,
Buddy Coursey, Earlene Windham, Dale Rathfon, Tom Beebe and john Gilliland.
Officials for a Week: David Wilson, Cliff jones, Charles Codding, Tom Gilmore, Buddy Coursey
Projectionists: Mr. Yoesting Qsponsorj,
Howard Hendrix, Clinton Allison,
Eddie Peck and W. L. Herring. Visual
aids is a vital part of modern school
life. This group of people is respon-
sible for showing the movies.
and Richard Whitaker.
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Ojfife A.vxixlr1n!.v, .w'1t1z'd: l'll'21llt'C9 Pllillips. Betty Owens. Sue james and .Xnnette Bennett
Standing: Phyllis Whitney, Margaret Davis, Nlelhu Lowtler, Ruth .Xnn justice, Nlelbu Squyres
joy Shzirlr, Clzirol Ltlttrell :intl log lflurst.
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School Supplies Sales: Margaret Davis
and Peggy Garret. These girls sell
paper, pencils, etc., every school morn-
ing belore school. This service is of
great benefit to students.
Leah Eastham jedean Reeves Karen Stewart
All-School Norket Norket
Keith Cagle Sydney Ann Barthold
Karen Stewart and Jedean
Reeves were elected by the
Norket Pep Club. Ton
Tambini and james or
were elected by the Norse-
men Pep Club. Leah Eastham
and Glen Crawford were
elected by the student body.
GLEN CRAWFORD JAMES WORLI-LY TONI' 'IIXMBINI
Norscmen Norscmen Varsity
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S INTRA-CITY DANCE
Members of this committee met with represen-
Q tatives from other schools to plan the all-city
dances held in the Zebra Room. Hold-over
members are Pat Dale and Tom Beebe. Junior
members are Jerry Fronterhouse and Ann
These boys furnished the music at pep assemblies and rallies that helped
further our pep on to winning victory. Seated: Fred Phillis, Don Wade, and
johnny Paden. Standing: john Creamer, Paul Good, David Wilson, Lee
Schaefer, Raymond Holler, john O'Neal, and Bobby Ewing.
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The student body is indebted to the Pep
Council for planning stunts for pep as-
semblies. The membership of the com-
mittee is composed of representatives
from each school club. Seated are Rae
Donna Moore, Gwen Caesar, jedean
Reeves, janet Stephenson, Leah Eastham,
Karen Stewart, Edith Coats, Nancy Whit-
tle, and Earlene Windham. Row One:
Standing, Wayne Mock, Miss Wilson
Qsponsorj, Mary Lee Tambini, jane
Greene, John Roberts, Rinky Ruby, James
Worley, Jerry Coleman, Miss Schumacher
Qadvisorj, and Kay jones. Row Two:
Standing, Pat DeGraffenreid, Virginia
Greene, Tony Tambini, Terry Vernon,
Dale DePue, Dale Rathfon, and Glen
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McCullough and john Gilliland,
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and two of this year's seniors, Leah
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Row One: Rae Donna Moore, footballg Margaret Davis, footballg Leah Eastham, football and
Nordlysg Mary Cravens, Nordlysg Toni Moran, bandg janet Stephenson, bandg Pat Dale, Norse-
men, and Earlene Windham, Norsemen. Row Two: Bob Ives, football escortg Kay Don Kennedy,
football and Norsemen escortg Cliff jones, football escortg lfrecl Phillis, band escortg Don W'ade,
band escort, and James Worley, Norsemen escort.
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Vivian at the Fair.
Norselnen Sweetheart Coronation.
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She is our sweetheart.
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People of the press.
SILHOUETTES OF THE YEAR'S EV E N T S
The first day of school was very busy with fee sheets, btts schedules,
lunch permits, cafeteria procedure and locker assignments. A special
assetnbly welcomed the new stttdents to Northeast. 1-'our new teachers
were added to the faculty: they were Miss Frazee, Mr, Dryer, Mr.
Brewington and Mr. Murray. On September 12th, we played our first
football gatne which was versus john Marshall, but lost, 6-0. New
Student Council officers were elected and installed. They were Dale
DePue, president senior highg Mike Ingels, vice-president senior
high: Ann lVendel1, secretary senior highg Buddy Cottrsey, treasurer
,senior highg Carol jo Kennedy, president junior highg Dale Thompson,
vice-president junior highg Edith Coats, secretary junior high and
Carol Sue Loveland, treasurer junior high. YVe played two tnore
games in September: Shawnee on September 18th with a score of
32-0 and Central on September 25th with a score of 32-li. On Septetn-
ber 22nd we were blessed with a beautiful sttnny holiday to attend
the State Fair. The Norket and Norsemen presidents for the first
semester were Earlene NVindham and Dale Rathfon, respectively.
Rae Donna Moore was chosen president of Y-Teens to serve through
the first semester. The month of September brought many thrills and
memories to the new and old students of Northeast.
The witches and goblins were frightened from Northeast in the
month of October because there were so many things to do and to
take part in. Our first pep assembly was October 0th, where some
of the Norkets dressed as clowns to carry Ottl the theme, "1.et's make
clowns ottt of Classenf' We played Classen that evening and lost 21-7.
October 10th was the Norket Carnival with games and fun for all:
the Norkets earned money for the football banquet. This month the
school sponsored a premarriage clinic for seniors and a hygiene clinic
for ninth graders, which proved interesting and informative for all
who attended, The Band Queen, Pat Stufflebean, was crowned the
24th at the Northeast-Capitol Hill game, She was escorted by Don
Barker, Her attendants were janet Stephenson, escorted by Don lVade,
and Toni Moran, escorted by john Creamer. Our congratulations
go to Pat! Cwen Caesar received an award for being the "Most
Courteous Lady Driver in Oklahoma City," She mttst have known
they were watching her. During this month the classes elected their
officers for the year. The junior Class officers proved their capability
by making plans for the junior-Senior prom and striving to make it
a success in April.
The national presidential elections were real to the students of
Northeast by the school national balloling on November Brd. Our
football team played Southeast on the 14th, and on Satttrday, No-
vember 22nd, they went to Tulsa and scored their first victory ol
the season over Tulsa Webster, 20-12. On the 24th, the football team
was honored with a banquet by the Norkets at lieverly's Hide-away.
Our Thanksgiving assembly, presented by the history department, was
given on the 26th. The choir went to a choral clinic held at Stillwater
on the 25th, but the weatherman asked for the wrong type of weather
and the choir had 'to retttrn disappointed. On Noyember 14, students
from yearbook and jottrnalistn classes attended the fall O.I.P..-X. con-
vention. State awards were distributed for yearbooks, The 1952
NORDLYS won "With Honors."
At last December arrived and a fttll month was ahead. To begin
with, basketball season started. We played five games during this
month, and catne out with a good average of three wins and two
losses. Much credit was given to the Play Production class for their
play, "Ladies in Retirementgu also on December 18th they presented
"Doctor of Lonesome Folk" for the annual Christmas assembly. The
candidates for Norsemen Sweetheart were chosen: Earlene Windham,
Vivian Ramsey, and Pat Dale. The SXNCCITICZIFIYS name was revealed
at a mixer sponsored by the Norsemen when Miss Vivian Ramsey
became the 1953 Norsemen Sweetheart. The Norket Pep Club chose
john Gilliland as Pin-Up Boy and the pledges chose jinnny Vaughn
as Dream Boy. The Red Cross was very busy trying to fill a quota
of Christtnas boxes to be sent overseas. Another of their activities
was to decorate the Will Rogers Veteran hospital for Christmas. Pi
Mu Epsilon honored lluddy Coursey as one of Oklahoma's "Big Four"
among highschool mathematicians. Northeast again took honors by
winning a cross-country race with Lawton and Duncan. The fastest
time of the race was 11:12-6 minutes by Bob Penick, On the 19th
of December students enjoyed their homeroom Christmas parties and
at 3:25 p.m. school was dismissed for a long awaited Christmas vacation.
The holidays being over, everyone was glad to meet classmates
and to get back to the old grind. XVe played basketball games with
Shawnee, Enid, Norman and Central during the month of january.
Stttdent Council elections and run-offs for the 1953 officers took place
on the 13th and 15th. The week of the 19th was very busy because
of the students' changing classes for the second semester. First setnester
tests were taken on the 21st and 22nd, The lucky students stayed
home on the 23rd while the teachers braved the ice storm to complete
the records closing the first semester. On the 27th, P.-TA. had a
moving pictttre for those stttdents whose parents attended open house.
On the 28th the new Stttdent Cottncil officers were installed in our
student government assembly.
The month of February started with a very informative talk
presented by the Science Club on February 3rd. On February 6th,
the school was treated with a pay assembly, featuring Scotty Harrel
and sponsored by the junior class. The Norsemen and Norkets at-
tended the Oklahoma City University basketball game and provided
they half time entertainment on February 16th at the Oklahoma City
University gym. Brotherhood Week was observed at Northeast with
a jewish rabbi, a protestant minister, and a Catholic priest addressing
assemblies with inspiring talks on brotherhood, Six basketball games
-Enid on Febrttary 3rd, Capitol Hill on February 10th, Central on
February 13th, Classen on February 20th, Normanion February 24th,
and john Marshall on February 27thAwere played by Northeast at
home and away during this ntonth.
March came in like a lion with wind and rain on the first day.
Although we didn't get into the semifinals of the regional Basketball
Tournament, we had a very exciting game with Classen in the quarter-
finals on March 5th, The Norseman Scroll really catne out wearing
the green with a special Saint Patrick's Day edition. The choir pre-
sented an assembly featuring a medley of Sigmund Romberg songs.
March 9th and 10th, the Nordlys presented their candidates for King
and Queen. Queen candidates were Leah Eastham, Pat DcGraffenreid,
and Mary Cravens. King candidates were Tom lleebe, Don lllade,
and jolm Roberts. On the 10th, a run-off was held between Leah
and Pat, and Tom and Don. Pat and john were the "chosen ones,"
Those long awaited directories finally cattle out with a new styled
cover. Friday the 13th wasn't so eyil after all. because the all-school
play, "The Yottng and Fair," was presented. lt was a comedy featuring
21 girls who were attending a girls' junior tollege. Forty-three students
made all .-Vs for their semester average. About this time those engage-
ment rings began appcaring around Northeast. Haskell Olivo was
elected president of Boys' "0" Club for second semester. On the
19th, the yearbook class had ati assembly honoring the King and
Queen. Carol Daron gave a rcsutne about the work done by the
Nordlys Staff. Students of the hand honored their outgoing diilector,
Mr. jeffers, and their incoming director, Nlr. White, at an informal
party in the home of Fred I'hillis. The last event of the month was
the annual Norsemen Basketball Dance held in the cafeteria. All in
all March was a tery busy month. journalism students and sponsors
heard Mr. Mt-dlin lecture about yearbooks and newspaper on March
20. School was out for that day for Teachers' meeting.
Students knew when spring was approathing when they began
to get that "old feeling" commonly known as a "Young man's fancy
lightly turns to tltoughls ol lore." The liastcr Assetnblics were very
beautifttl and inspiring as it always is. The sophomores' dance was
a great hit and eyeryone had a wonderful time. lhe annual Tick-Tock
assembly was presented by the serenth grade speech students, April
flllth. The talent assembly with a tatit-ty ol acts was gitcn .Xplil l-lth.
The lists of words that were given to students by their English
teachers and learned were pttt to use at the Spelling lice, .Xpril 20th.
The highlight of the month was the junior-Senior prom which was
a beautifttl and ttnforgettable memory to those who attended. The
choir gave their Spring Concert. The girls all wore vellow dresses
which gave a beautiful effect. Tom Beebe and Dale' DePue were
honored by being elected to the .Xll-State teatns in basktball and
football, respectively. The fiirls' Sports class won first place in the
city in all the sports they took part in. john Gilliand and Pat Dale
were elected Top Citizens of Tomot row by the School.
lVe11, May finally rolled arottnd. The titne had come to say
so-long till next year. Seniors always feel this month is one of many
memories and great happiness. Senior Ditch Day was celebrated
May lst, The school was rather empty with some one hundred forty
seniors taking a vacation legally that day. The state speech tourna-
ment was held the Tth and 9th with Northeast represented in all
events except debate. The representatives for Northeast were Diane
File, Vivian Ramsey, Pat Dutton, and Sharon Hawley. On the 19th,
the Athletic Awards assembly was held with honors going toll those
people deserving merit. The choir picnic was held at Camp Don
Shelley and the food was good as usual, thanks to Miss Smith. The
Senior Sermon was held on Sttnday, May 24th, at 3:00 p.m. in the
school auditorium, On May 27th, the senior finished their great years
at Northeast with their graduation. The school year closed and vaca-
tion began with fttn for everyone. As we seniors bid farewell to our
many friends, other students look forward to another year at North-
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