Northern High School - Viking Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1945

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These able directors are, left to right: Bill Churchill, presi- dent, Bill Weber, vice-president, Martha Lee, secretary and Evelyn Loder, treasurer. Row Our: Barbara Anne Adams-C. C. II North Wind '43, '44, Noroscope '43, '44, Corresponding Secretary S. C. '44, '45, Service '43, '44, '45, Hee Club '44, '45, Quill and Scroll '44, '45, Junior Class Vice-President '43, '44. Eugene Roy Adolph-I. A. Olen Allen-General John William Allis-General Rim' Two: Clarence William Amy, jr.- C. P. I. Student Manager '44, Band '44, Viking Hi-Y '44, '45. Phillip Edward Anders-I. A. Thressa Lucille Andrews- General Wanda Jean Arthur-C. C. I. Service '43, '44, '45. SENIORS The senior class this year has been very for- tunate in having such able leaders directing it. As headman of the senior class Bill Churchill has led his class through a memorable year. Besides being very active in sports. Bill has found time to fulfill the duties of his executive office. His plans after graduation are rather indefinite, the Armed Forces seems a likely prospect. Bill Weber, the active vice-president, lives on a farm and is a lover of horseback riding. He likes singing and had a leading role in the opera. lt is Bill's hope to become an aeronautical engi- l'1G6I'. Drama, singing and journalism are only a few of the accomplishments of Martha Lee, class secretary. She is interested in radio Work, but has no immediate plans for the future. Evelyn Loder has also participated in drama and journalism. The chosen career of the class treasurer is to Work on the editorial staff of a magazine or newspaper. 10 THE VIKING NOR Row Thrcc: Josephine Asaro-C. C. I. Phyllis Jean Atherton- C. P. III "N" Award '45, "N" Club '45. Samuel Hugh Atherton, jr.- General Choir '42, '43, Viking Hi-Y '42, '43, '44, Dramateurs '44. Lola June Auten-C. C. III Service '42, '43, Library '43, '44, '45. Raw Four: Nelda Rae Bailey-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44, '45. Wanda Marie Bailie-C .C. III Phyllis Joyce Barendsen- C. C. III Service '43, '44, '45. Harriet Hope Barrett-General OSCOPE Rmv Our: Shirley M ae Bathurst-General Service '42, '43, Library '43, '44. Betty Jean Batz-C. P. III John Vernon Beal-General Matilda Rose Behil-General Row Two : Robert Dale Belanger-C. P. II Football '42, Track '42, '43, '44, North Wind '43, Student Council Vice-I'resident '43, '44, Stuflcnt Council Representa- tive '42 '43, '44, Viking Hi'Y '42, '43, '44, Sigma Chi Launbilzi '44, War Council '44. Betty Elizabeth Bellinger- C. C. II Velma jean Bennett-C. C. III Raymond Wayne Berry- General liaskctball '43, '44, '45. Rim' TlH'm': Robert Fred Bills-General Adolphus Bivins-General Barbara Billings Black-C. P. I "N" Awziril '45, "N" Club '45, HY" Girls '42, '43, '44, '45, llranmteurs '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lzmibda '44, '45, Senior Play '45. M argorie Mildred Black- General lfnw 1"um': Clifton Wayne Blackburn- C. P. II Student Manager '43, '44, Service '43, '44, Senior Play '45. Dale Lloyd Blackmer-General Robert Lewis Bock-I. A. Mary Sophie Bonardelli- C. C. I Row Five: Hugh Brown Bondurant-C. P. I Mary Bontumasi-C. C. III Service '44, '4S. Rita Jean Bosley-C .C. III Margaret Marian Bower- I C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Row Six .' Patricia Ann Bowers-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '45. Richard William Boyd-C. P. I Jack Braun--General Debate '42, '43, '44, Orchestra '42, Margaret Ann Brodie-C. P. I Raw Scrfrn : Teresa M. Brudnak-C. C. III North Wind '44, '45, Noro- scope '44, '45, "Y" Girls. Thelma Ruth Buckhalter- General North Wind '44, '45, Choir '43, '44, '45, Latin Club '43, '44 '45. Jo Ann Bulliner-C. C. III Lillian Ida Bunker-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44, '45, Raw Eight: Agnes Dolores Burgett-C. P. I North Wind '43, '44, '45, Noro- scope '43, '44, '45, Junior Class Treasurer '43, '44, "Y" Girls '43, '44, '45, Service '45, Li- brary '43, '44, Quill and Scroll '45, Senior Play '45. Joy Elaine Caroline Cady- C. C. III Service '43, '44, '45. Wilma Jean Calcutt-Home Ec. Ralph J. Carb-I. A. Band '43, JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTYfFIVE 11 RUTH OHIH Norma Jean Cargill-General Orchestra '42, '43, '44, '45, Latin Club '43, '44, '45. Maxine Mae Carlson-C. C. III John Alan Carter-C. P. II Football '43, Sigma Chi Lamb- da '44, '45. Shirley Marie Carter-C. C. III Service '43, '44, '45. Row Two: Patricia Joyce Cassett-C. P. I North Wind '43, '44, Noroscope '44. Clifton Earl Chapman-I. A. Carl Leonard Christensen- C. P. II Student Council '42, '43, '44, Debate '42, '43, '44, North Wind '43, Noroscope '43, '44, Viking Hi-Y '44, Sigma Chi Lambda '43, '44, Marconians '44. Phyllis Joyce Church-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, HY" Girls '44. Row Thrun' William J. Churchill-C. P. II Football '43, '44, Track '43, '44, '45, Senior Class President '44, '45. Louis Frederick Cisowski- General Amy Jean Clark-C. C. I Max Wesley Clarkson-I. A. Row Four: Mildred Jean Clayton-General Choir '44, '45. Elinor Elaine Coble-C. P. I Betty Jane Coggins-C. C. III Mary Lou Ada Cole--C. C. III Row Five: Roger Sheldon Collard- C. P. II Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45, Viking Hi-Y '44, '45. Elaine Marie Combs-C. C. III Service '42, '43, '44. Vivian Eileen Cook-General Harry Cooper-General Football '43, '44, liaseball '43. '44, North Wind '44. Ron' Six: Robert Craig-General Band '45. Arlene Marie Crane-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45. Georgia Jean Crawford- General Frank Michael Csapo-I. A. Football '43, '44, Basketball '42, '43, '44. Row Svrfen: Irene Violet Csiki- C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Shirley Culiner-C. P. III i "N" Award '43, Latin Club '42, '43, HY" Girls '43, '44, '45, "N" Club '45, Senior Play '45. Caroline Jane Dady-Home Ec. James Warren Dady-C. P. I Row Eight 3 Helen Ann Davidek-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45. John Wesley Davis, jr.- General Viking Hi-Y '42. Marion Ruth Davis-C. P. I "N" Award '44, "Y" Girls '42, '43, '44, "N" Club '45, Student Council '44, '45, Dramateurs '44, '45. M artha Ann Davis-General Noroscope '44, '45, Press Club North Wind '42, '43, '44, '45, '44. 12 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Row Om' : Jack Eugene Dawson-C. P. III llanrl Award '44, Harold Homer Day-C. P. I Cheer Leader '42, Eskimo Hi'Y '41, '42, Viking Hi-Y '42, '43, '44, Elaine Georgia Decker- C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45, Sidney William DeCou- General Football '43. Ii'n1u Two I Nancy Jane Dx-:Rose-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambrla '44, '45, Dramateurs '44, '45. Madeline Derscha-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45. Albert Curtis DeVito-C. P. II Latin Club '42, '43, Viking Ili-Y '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lanibrla '44, '45, Debate '43, '44, '45, Declamation '43, '44, '45, Student Council '44, '45, Dramateurs '44, '45, Senior Play '45. Freda Belle Dilly-General Row 'I'11rrr: Loren Kay Dilsworth- C. C. III Dranmteurs '44, '45, Northern Lights '43, '44, '45. Coyla Jeane Dodge-C. P. I "N" Award, '44, "N" Club '45, HY" Girls '42, '43, '44, '45, Dramateurs '44, 45, Sig- ma Chi Lamhrla '44, '45. Robert Lee Draper-C, P. I Choir '44, '45, Senior Play '45. Ruben Dudley-General Row Four: Louise Angeline Dumler- C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44, '45. Durwood Richard Durbin- C. P. II Abraham Norman Eashoo-I. A. Football '43, Betty Jean Ellithorpe-C. C. I Choir '43, '44, '45. Row Fi-ue .' Joyce Emily Empey--C. C. II North Wind '43, Noroscopc '44 Robert Frederick Enders-I. A. North Wind '44, Noroscope '44, Viking Hi-Y '43, '44, '45, James Essa-I, A. Football '43, '44, Basketball '43. John Essa-I. A. Football '43, Basketball '43, Row Six: Maxine Isabelle Evans- C. C. III Service '43, '44, '45, Gloria Mae Farrand-C. C. III Keith Bruce Farver-General Viking Hi-Y '43. Robert George Fialka-C. P. I Debate '43, '44, '45: Declama- tion '43, Oratory '44, North Wind '44, '45, Noroscope '44, '45, Sophomore Class President '42, '43, Student Council Sec- retary '44, '45, Dramateurs '44, '45, Viking Hi-Y '44, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45,, Student Council '42, '43, '44, '45, VVar Council '43, '44, '45, Quill and Scroll '45. Row Scvfn: Katie Joe Fields-C. C. III John Andrew Fingland- C. C. III Shirley Ann Fitts-Home Ec, Patricia Jane Flanigan-C. C. II North Wind '42, Row Eight: Jean Annette Fleming-C. C. III Don Earl Flewelling-General Marilyn Ann Floyd--C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Edward Wayne Foote-C. P. I JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 13 Raw One: Flora Frazier-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Betty Jane Fredericks-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45. Jouella Yvonne Garner-C. C. I Choir '43, '44, '45, Service '43, Betty Malvina Gauthier-C. C. I Choir '43, '44, '45, Raw Two : Robert Shab Gazall-I. A. George Gebhardt-I. A. Jane Violet Gerhardt-C. C. III Service '43, '44, '45. Pauline Emily Gerke-C. C. I "N" Award '44, "N" Club '45, Service '43, '44, '45. Row Three : Barbara Eugenia Globig- C. C. I Orchestra '42, '43, '44, "Y" Girls '44, '45, Service '42, '43, '44. Eileen Ruth Goldenberg- C. P. I Renee Lois Goldenburg- C. P. I Joseph Gondol-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Row Four: Fred Edward Gore-General Jack LeRoy Gorman-General Viking Hi-Y '43, '44, Track '43, '44. Leonard Earl Goslow-I. A. Shirley Kathleen Gossel- C. C. III Row Five! Clara May Graham-C. C. I Jack Graves--General Band '44, Orchestra '42, '43, '44, '45, Dramateurs '44, '45. Theresa May Green-C. P. I North Wind '43, '44, '45, Quill 8: Scroll '43, '44, '45. Walter Monroe Greeson, jr.- I. A. Track '44, '4S. Row Six: Frank Kenneth Grimskeg- Football '44. .C.I Dan Carlin Gwyn-C. P. III Peggy Marie Haddix-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44, '45, Siga ma Chi Lambda '43, '44. Sophiaetta Hale-C. C. II Raw Seven J Martha Frances Hamilton- C. P. I North Wind '43, '44, Noroscope '43, '44, Student Council Re- cording Sec. '43, '44, Quill 8: Scroll '43, '44, HY" Girls '43, '44, Student Council Repre- sentative '43, Elaine Lavine Hanel-C. C. III Melba Rose Haney-C. C. III Nathalie Joyce Hare-C. C. III Raw Eight: Vert Lee Hare-C. C. III Lilla Jacqueline Harper- C. P. I Shirley Louise Harris- Home Ec. Paula Joyce Hartman-C. P. I Debate '44, Choir '44, Modern Dancing '42, '43, '44, Latin Club '43, '44, Senior Play '45. 14 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Mm' O uv: Ida Elaine Hatch-C. P. I "N" Awarrl, '43, Hee Girls '43, "N" Club '43, Service '43, '44, Nloilern Dancing '42, '43. Janice Evelyn Hawes-C. C. III Service '43, '44, '45. Robert Bernard Hayes- C. P. I Evelyn Selma Heikkinen- C. P. I "N" Award '43, '44, "Y" Girls '44, Sigma Chi Lambda '43, '44, "N" Club '43, '44. Run' Two: Richard Heller-General Barbara jean Hempstead- C. C. III Joyce Ruth Henderson-General Emil Ray Hill-I. A. Run' Tl1n'r'f Dorothy jean Hodge-C. C. I Esther Anne Hoffman-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45, Drfvnri- teurs '44, '45. Dorothy Hogan-C. C. I Robert Eugene Holt-Trade Rim' Four: Robert Gerald Hosie-I. A. M ary Elizabeth Howard- General Deloris Grayce Howell-C. C. I Choir '44, Library Service '42, '-ll. Joanne Marie I-Ioydic-C. P. I Art Service '42, '43, '44, '45, llec Club '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45. Row Fiw: Bill Stewart Hudson-General Football '42, '43, '44, Viking Hi-Y '42, '43, '44, North Wiml '45. Robert Lewis Hultquist- C. C. Ill Viking Ili-Y '42, '43, '44. Helen Husak-C. C. III Ina Othelda Huskey-C. C. I Library Service '42, '43, '44, '45. Row Six: Mary Ann James-Home Ec. Barbara Ann jarou-C. P. I Library Service '42, '43, '44, '45, North VVinsl '44, '45, Noroscope '44, '45, Edith june Jaslow-C. P. I lleclamation '45, North VVinfl '43, '44, '45, Noroscope '43. '44, '45, Latin Club '42, '43. '44, Sigma Chi Lambda '44. '45, HY" Girls '44, '45, Quill and Scroll '45, Senior Play '45, Patricia Ann Jewett-C. P. I Class Treasurer '42, '43, Art Service '42, '43, '44, '45, Hee Club '42, '43, '44, '45, Latin Club '42, Sigma Chi Lambfla '44, '45, Stuilent Council '43, '44 Roni Svrfrnf Dean Richard Johnson-I. A. Lawrence Thomas johnron- General Art Club '43, '44. Robert Kenneth johnson- General Uanrl Award '42, '43, '44, '45, Orchestra '44, Senior Play '45. Audrey Phyllis Jones- Home Ec. Run' Eight: Edward Peter joseph- General Viking lli-Y '43, '44, '45, Cheer Leader '44, '45, Leah ,lurk-C. C. I Sigma Chi Lambda '44. '45, Charles George Kalakay-I. A. Dorothea Grace Kane-C. C. III Service '42, '43, JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 15 Row One: Mamie Helena Kapture- C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44, '45, Ruth Elaine Kelly-C. C. III Alfred Ward Kent-C. P. III Student Manager '43. Duane Paul Kimmel--C. P. III Choir '43, '44, '45, Service '44, '45. .QQ Q QS Row Two: S Q Dorothy Sue King-C. C. IIIR it 4 Service '42, '43, '4 . 5 Johnmving Kjellin-I. A. Q Arlene Rose Klee-General Charlotte Gertrude Kniese- C. P. I "N" Award '44, North Wind '43, '44, Nornscope '44, Service '42, '43, '44, Quill K Scroll '44, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, HY" Girls '43, '44. Row Th rcs: Edwin Leonard Knopf-C. P. II Student Manager '43, '44, Vik- ing IliAY '44, '45. Steve Tsvetko Koeff-C. P. III Sigma Chi l.amlrda '44, '45. Evelyn Ruth Kohler-C. C. III Alberta Marie Kolton-C. C. I Scrvicc '42, '43, '44, '45. Raw Four! Lillian Theresa Kosidlo- C. C. III Service '42, '43, '44, '45. Evelyn Mae Koval-C. C. I Service '44, '45. Edward Albert Kowalec-I. A. Dorothy Elaine Kuhns-C. P. I Row Five: Stan J. Kuick, Jr.-C. P. I Football '43, '44, '45, Viking Hi-Y '42, '43, Basketball '43, '44, Track '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45, Marconians '44, '45, Senior Play '45. Rita Jeanette Kurtz-C. P. I "Y" Girls '44, '45, "N" Club '44, '45, "N" Award '44. Donna Arlene Lambert-C. C. I Ruby Eileen Lamson-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45, Row Six: Herman Frederick Langer- General Lois jeanette Latimer-C. C. I North Wind '43, '44, Nnroscopc '43, '44, Service '42, '43, '44, Sigma Chi Lambda '44. Dorothy Lorraine Lawrason- C. P. I Robert Bernard Layton- General Ruw Seven: Paul Lazar-C. P. I Viking Hi-Y '42, '43, '44, '45, Football '44, Tennis '44, '45. Christine Leiper Learmonth- C. C. III Scrvicc '43, '44. Robert Paul Leddick-General Stamp K Coin Club '41, '42, Acro Club '41, Martha Elizabeth Lee-C. P. I North VViiid '44, '45, Nornscopo '44,'45, Choir '42, '43, '44, '45, Senior Secretary '44, '45, Dranuiteurs '44, '45, Latin Club '43, '44, "Y" Girls '43, '44, '45, Quill and Scroll '45, Row Eight: Robert Arthur Lees-I. A. Phyllis Anne Leff-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45. Barbara Ann LeSage-C. C. II Hayward Duane Lesley-Trade 16 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Row Our: Beatrice Levenson-General Latin Club '43, '44. Blake David Lewis-C. P. I Tennis '43, '44, North Vvinrl '43, Viking Ili-Y '44, Drama- teurs '44. Evelyn Bernice Liley-C. C. III Glee Fluli '42, Service '42, '43, '44, '45. Patricia Louise Lilly-C. C. I North Wind '42, "N" Award '44, '45, "N" Club '45, Stu- dent Council Representative '44. '45. Ron' Two .' Evelyn Eloise Loder-C. P. I "N" Award '44, North Wind '44, '45C Nnroscnnc '44, '45, Senior Treasurer '44, '45, HY" Girls '42, '43, '44. '45, Drama- teurs '44, '45, "N" Cluh '45, Senior Play '45. Adeline May Look-C. C. III Edward joel Lutze-I. A. Marilou Mac Arthur-C. P. I NIIFII1 Wind '44, '45, Noroscope '44, '45, "Y" Girls '43, '44, 45, Drnnmteurs '44, '45, Senior Play '45, Quill and Scroll '45, Row Thrrr : Donna Marie Mackos-C. C. I Scrvicc '42, '43, '44. Beatrice Marie Maeder-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Katherine Bernadette Mangiara- cina-C. C. III Student Council '42, Service '42, '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi l,nml1da '44, '45. Lavern Morton Mansfield- C. C. III North VVind '44, Noroscopc '44. Rim' Fnurf Howard Alfred Manteufel- General linginz-ers Clulm '42. Dave Margolis-C. P. I Debate '43, '44, North Wind '43, '44, Stl1III0l'II0l'f' ViCe-I'resi- dent '42, '43, Student Council '43, '44, '45, Student Council President '44, '45, Viking Hi-Y '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi l.amlmda '44, '45, Maremxians '44, '45, Ueclmnatimi '43, Uratnry '44, Extempnrc '45, W':ir Council '44, '45. Mary Ann Maroun-C. C. III Jacqueline Marie Marquis- C. P. I North Wind '44, '45, Noroscope '45, "Y" Girls '43, '44, '45, llrunmteurs '44, '45, "N" A wziril '45. l?m':' Fire: Betty Anne Martin-C. C. III john Daniel Martin-I. A. Theodore john Marzonie- C. P. II Gnlt' '44, Viking lli-Y '42, '43. '44, '45, Student lVl:m:n:er '44. '45, Stewart William Massev- C. P. Il Rim' Six: t':nner:i I'lul1 '41, '42 . Coo r Walk r atth , ' . P. I .xt n ' , elmte '42, ' . It lanm inn '4 , ' Nnrth VV' il '4. M 0 ans '43 '44 ki 1 ' 2 ' ' Mary Louise Mather- C. P. III . , , - 4- 44k '44, '4 Chi Q M11 '44, '4. , lim '42, '4.: Stu' ili-nt Cmmci ' 1, '44, Student Council T surer '44, '45, llramriteurs '44, '45, Tennis '42. '43, '45. Harold Paul McAlindon- C. P. II Siguln flli Lrunlldn '44, '45. Joyce Marguarite McCarthy- C. C. III Service '43, '44, '45, Ilec Girls '43, '44, '45, HY" Girls '44. '45. Rim' Sl"l't'I1 : Agnes Geraldine McClure- C. C. III Service '43, '44, '45. Margaret Louise McGrew- C. P. I Service '43, '44, '45. Samuel McKee-C. P. II Nnrtlwrn l.ii.:lits lli-Y '43, '44, '45, lfnntlizill '44. Phylliss ,Ioan McLaughlin- C. P. III Ilec Girls '43, '44, "Y" Girls '44, '45, Rum' Iffgflili Shirley Mae McLeod-C. C. III Dorothy Ida McNiell-General Uineim Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, Joan Claretta Mengel-General Girls '44, '45. Marjorie Ann Messenheimer- C. P. I JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 17 Row One: Millard Eugene M ichael- General Band Award '45. James I. Michalka-General Band Award '42' '43, '44, '45, Robert Irvin Michalka-C. C. II Caroline Mary Middleton- C. P. I North VVind '44, '45, Noroscope '44, '45, Service '41, '42, '43, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45. Row Two: Esther Miller-C. C. II Ruth Lydia Miller-General Choir '44, '45. Edward Walter Mitchell-I. A. Band Award '42, '43, '44, '45. Vivien Mary Morehouse- C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Row Three: Patsy Mardelle Morrill- C. P. I North VVind '44, '45: Nornscope '44, '45, Latin Club '43, '44. '4S. Joan Margaret Morrow- C. C. III Jean Loraine Mull-C. C. III Service '43, '44. Clara Louise Nagy-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Row Four: Lorein Natzlre, jr.-General Football '44, Basketball '43, Baseball '44. Margaret Eunice Neal- C. C. III HY" Girls Robert Elwood Nellis-General Patricia. Ann Nelson-C. P. I North VVind '44, Noroscope '44. Row Five: Pearl Lee Nelson-C. C. III Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, Florence Nesser-C. C. III Library '44, '45, Margaret Mae Newman- C C I Service '44, '45. Henry Marion Niec-General Raw Six: Gloria Ann Norton-General North Wind '43, '44, Noroscope '43, '44. Floreen Dale Nover-C. C. III Girl Reserves '42, '43. Francis John O'Brien-General Dorothy Jean 0'I-Iare-C. C. III Choir '43, '44, '45. Row Sc-urn: Fedora Marie Okal-C. C. I Ralph Eugene Ordway-I. A. Jeanette Marie Osborne- C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44, '45. Peggy Lou Owery-C. C. I "N" Award '44, "N" Club '45g Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45. Row Eight: Kathryn Doreen Park-C. C. I North Wind 443 Noroscope '44. Martha Corrine Patterson- C. C. III Service '42, '43, '44, '45, Jeanette Pendergrass-C. C. I Hee Girls '42, NY" Girls '42, '43, '44. Jean Yvonne Perkins-General 18 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Row Onc: Dallas Ervan Perry- I. A. Gailen Francis Perry- I. A. Donna jean Peterson-C. C. III Betty Lou Pittsley-C. P. I Supliiniirsiw' Sr'Cl'rt:irv '4?, '43, Junior President '43. '44: Nnrth VVinrl '44, '45, Nnrnscope '45, Fhuir '42, '43, '44, '4i: Latin Club '43, '44, "Y" Cirlw '42, '43, '44. '45Z Sturlr-nt Council '43, '44, VV:ir Council '43, '44, '45, Drznuatcurs '44, '45: "N" Award '44, "N" Club '45, Sen- ior Play '45, Quill and Scroll '45, Simnzi Chi Lambdzi '45. Mm' Tnwr: Hazen Roy Pittsley-C. C. III Student Director '44, Choir '43, '44. Joan Hope Plew-C. P. I l.:i1in Club '42, '43, HY" Girls '44, '45, Dramatcurs '44, '45, Dolores Mae Poling--C. C. I Clmir '43, '44. Ethel Maud Polmounter- General Run' Tlirvr: Margaret Polovina-General Mary Elizabeth Powell-C. P. I North VVind '44. Earl jean Prahl-General llzuul '43, '44, '45, Arliss Jane Prescott-C. C. I HY" Girls '43, '44, '45, Drama- tcurs '45. lfuw Four: Melverine Prince-C. C. I Ralph Leroy Putman-General Lottie Pyrc-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45, Harold Milton Pyscher-I. A. Rim' 1"f1'1'I Emily Pyteraf--C. C. III joseph Ernest Racy-C. P. II Ruth Irene Ranville-C. P. III llcc Girls '44, '45, l.:itiu Club '42, Sigma Chi l.:inibil:i '44. '45, Student Council '42, '43. Ronald Charles Rau-General Run' Six: Paul Leslie Reddaway-General Minnie Holmes Reed-C. C. I North VVind '44, '45, Noroscupi' '44, '45. Rowene Ring-C. P. I "N" Award '44, '45, "N" Club Leslie James Roberts-I. A. Rim' Srwn: Lawrence John Roche-I. A. George Peter Roh-C. C. II Ramon Phillip Rolandson- General Elizabeth Alice Romito-C. P. I Orchestra '44, '45. Rim' Fight: Carl Edward Rosborough- I. A. lland Award '42, '43, '44. Sally Ann Rose-C. C. I Choir '43, '44, '45, Mildred Alexandria Rulka- C. C Il Susanne Rumbold-C. P.vI Girls '42, '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lanibda '44, '45, "N" Award '44, '45, "N," Club '45, Dramatcurs '44, '45. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FCDRTY-FIVE 19 Row One: Leo Junior Sabourin-General North Wind '44, Noroscope '44, Service '43. Sarah Jane Saiko-C. C. I "N" Award '44, "N" Club '45, Loreece Salem-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44. Kenneth Roy Santee-C. P. I Viking Hi-Y '42, '43, '44, '45. Row Two: Rose Barbara Santora-C. P. III "N" Award '44, "N" Club '4S. Arlene Mollie Schlieger-C. C. I Joseph George Schumaker, jr.- General Elaine Sharon Scott-C. C. III North Wind '43, '44, Noroscope '44, Service '43, '44, '45, "Y" Girls '43, '44 '45. Row Three: Rachel Seifert-C. C. I Service '42, '43, '44, '45. Eleanor Elsie Selle-General Latin Club '42, '43, '44, George Bert Serenbetz- General Football '43, '44, Band '43, '44, Doris Lucille Seto-C. C. III Row Four: Delore Paul Shaker-I. A. Jacquelyn Marie Sharp- C. C. III Lola Mae Sharp-C. C. III Darlene Myrtle Shaw- ' C. C. III Row Five: Roman Andrew Shegos, jr.- I. A. Francis R. Sheldon-C. C. I Band '43, '44, '45, Band Presi- dent '44, '45. Shirley Jean Sherman-General Virginia Lee Simpson-C. C. I Service '43, '44, '45, D.A.R. Representative '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45. Row Six: Virginia Rose Skowerski- C. C. III Patricia Elaine Slade-C. P. I Student Council '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45, "Y" Girls '44, '45, Nick Phillip Slakta-I. A. Edward Joseph Smigiel-I. A. Row Seven: Lydia Mae Smiley-C. C. III Girl Reserves '44, '45. Betty Jean Smith-General Joyce Millicent Smith-C. P. I Debate '43, '44, '45, Declama- tion '43, Latin Club '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45, Dramateurs '44, '45. Jacob Snitko-I. A. Row Eight : Barbara Doreen Snyder-C. P. I Junior Secretary '43, '44, Latin Club '44, '45, "Y" Girls '43, '44, '45. Shirley Maxine Soderblom- C. P. I Margie Mae Spain-C. C. III Caroline Veronica Spicko- C. C. III 20 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Raw One: Norbert Joseph Sprygada-I. A. Shirley jane Stanlrwitz-C. P. I John Stefanslti-I. A. Lois Joyce Steinman-C. P. I HY" Girls '44, '45, "N" Club '44, '45, Row Two : Lillian Mary Stephen- C, C. III Clwif '43. '44 '45, Dramateurs '44, '45, Marjorie Anne Stringer- C. C. III "N" Award '45, "N" Club '45, Delores Lynell Stroh-C. C. I Hec Girls '43, Frances Strozier-C. C. III Row Three: Patricia Ann Sunday-C, C. III Jean B. Swanter-C. C. III Patricia joan Sweeney- C. P. I "Y" Girls '44, '45, Cleo Jeanette Swinehart- C. P. I Business Staff '42, '43, '44, '45, North Wind '44, '45, Noroscope '42, 43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45, "N" Award '45, "N" Club '45. Row Four: Mat Steve Taister-I, A. Rose Mary Tasson-Home Ec. Dolores Ann Taylor-C. C. III Lois Elizabeth Telling-C. P. I "Y" Girls '44, '45, Modern Dancing '42, '43, '44, "N" Award '44, "N" Club '45, Row Five: Lois Ann Terhune-C. P. III John B. Terrell-I. A. Band Award '44. Martha Lillian Thomas- General Service '44, '45, 'Bettye Sue Thompson- Home Ee. Row Six: Betty Frances Thomson- C, P. I Art Service '43, '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '43, '44, "Y" Girls '43, '44, Marilyn Joann Timm-C. P. I North Wind '44, '45, Noroscope '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45, Q Phyllis Ann Tolbert-C. P, I "N" Award '42, '43, '44, Hee Girls '42, "Y" Girls 44, "N" Club '42, '43, Dominic Tomasi-C. P. III Football '43, '44, Baseball '43, '44, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45, Row Seven: Doris Jeane Trier-C. P. I Sigma Chi Lambda '43, '44, Mary Elizabeth Trosko-C. C. I Service '44, '45, Steven Carl Tunk-C. C. I Marjorie Rose Van Dalen- C, C. I Service '43, '44, '45, Row Eight: Constance Joan Van Tassel- General Senior Play '45, Helen Lucille Vaughn-General Alpha Omega '42, '43, '44, '45, Dorothy Ann Vogt-C. P. I Dramateurs '44, '45, "Y" Girls '42 '43 '44, '45, William Warner Vroman-I..A. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 21 Row Ona: Margaret Frances Vukovich- C. P. I Thomas John Vukovich- C. P. II Sigma Chi l'.3l'IllltlZl '44, '45. Helen Janice Wait-C. P. I "N" Award '43, '44, '45, Latin Club '42, '43, '44, Sigma Chi: Lambda '45, "N" Club '44, '45, Dramateurs '44, '45, North VVind '45, Noruscope '45. Myron Frederick Wait- General Row Two: Mary Louise Walk-C. C. I Mary Ellen Walker-General Nellie Mae Walker-General Eleanor Dorothy Walson- C. C. I Row Three: William Eldon Warner-I. A. John Donald Watchorn-I. A. Jay Arter Watkins-I. A. Track '43, '44, Football '44, Orchestra '42. Beverly Ann Watson-C. P. I "Y" Girls '43, '44, '45, Latin Club '42 '43, "N" Award '44, '45, "N" Club '45, Drama- teurs '44, '45, North Wind '45, Noroscope '45, Quill and Scroll '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '45. Rim' Four: Rosemary Helen Watson - C. C. I "N" Award '44, "N" Club '43, George Glen Waun-C. P. I Declamation '44, Debate '43, '44, '45. William Joseph Weber- C. P. II Senior Vice-President '44, '45, Choir '43, '44, '45. Mattie Wells-C. C. III Girl Reserves '42, '43 '44. Row Five: Marie Lucille Weston-C. C. I Service '42 '43, '44, '45. Margaret Joyce Whipple- C. C. I Maxine Ila Whipple-C. C. I Doris White-I. A. Row Six: John Frank White-I. A. Dorothy Mae Williams- C. C. III Nola Mae Williams- C. C. III "N" Award '44, Beverly Jean Willson-C. C. II Band '43, '44, '45, Row Seven : George Charles Wilson- C. P. II Ruth Victoria Wilson- C. C. III Beverly Helene Winter- General Choir '43, '44, '45, Latin Club '44, '45, "Y" Girls '44, '45, Senior Play '45. Robert Eugene Wolfe-General Basketball '43 '44, '45, Track '44, '45. Row Eight: Carol Jean Wonch-Home Ec. Service '43, '44, Florence Mae Woods-C. C. II Girl Reserves '42. Mary Jane Wyman-C. P. I Student Council '42 '43, North Wind '45, Noroscope '45, Latin Club '42, '43, Sigma Chi Lamb- da '44, '45, Modern Dancing '42, '43. Elizabeth Yambrick-C. P. I "N" Award '44, "N" Club '44, '45, Sigma Chi Lambda '44, '45. Z2 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE R U One: Laural june Youmans- C. C. III ervice '43, '44. William Leland Youmans- General N rman Edward Young-I. A. ery Yancho-C. C. II 12A's NOT IN PICTURES Graduates not in Pictures Kaye Robert Anderson, General, Stuart Wil- liam Bryan, General, Frank james Carpenter, I. A., Charles Kent Cooke, C.P. II, Arthur Iarnes Davis, C.C. Ill, Illene Ada Dolsen, C.C. I, Con- stance Iean Edmonds, C.C. I, Gene Allyn Griffin, General, Harold Nick Kallis, C .C. II, Barbara La- Marr Kolyn, C.C. IH, Robert Darwin Lawrence, General, Robert Edwin Long, I. A., Merlyn Wayne Miller, General, Clayton Floyd Nelson, SENIORS Traditional activities that seniors enjoy so much climaxed the graduation. We certainly missed having you around to join in the fun, but we know you were with us in spirit. Gradu- ation was really worth waiting for. Everybody turned out for the senior dinner dance, and we are sure that no one will ever forget it. All the fellows and girls looked so nice in their new suits and spring formals, and, oh, the music was simply heavenly. Dancing around the floor was so nice that we really hated it when the dance was over. We used to hate it when school dances broke up, but this time, leaving was worse than usual. The I. M. A. was crowded, but we could still see the decorations, and they were very pretty. The dinner was really swell, too. Such deli- cious food, you'd never have known rationing was in effect. We really enjoyed Cooper Mat- thews when he read the class will, and Dave Margolis added the necessary spirit to the read- ing of the prophecy. Senior award night gave all the deserving graduates their "just dues." Slaving away dur- ing high school days seems a thankless job sometimes, but all the hard work contributed to the school during the three year stay was well rewarded that night. It made us feel pretty good just to be a part of such a wonderful program. Baccalaureate services were held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Reverend Otis S. lackson was the speaker. The service was very simple Row Two .' Lorraine Louise Yurk-Gene Raymond Zbiciak-I. A. Baseball '43, '44. I. A. , Russell R. Peterson, General, Charles Iames Phillippi, General, Francis Lloyd Proctor, I. A., Lendy Reaves, General, Richard Shaw Rey- nolds, I. A., Allen Ralph Rogers, I, A., Albert Herman Rynca, General, Samuel Skipper, C. C. III, Anna Sofia Slobodian, Home Ec., George Paul Slosar, General, Mary Kathren Sturtz, Gen- eral, William Robert Taylor, General, Robert VanDesteene, General, Leo Mearl Vito, I. A., and Robert Earl Whitmire, General. but also very beautiful. We took time to pray that someday soon all the boys will be home again for good-boys who, in some cases, were called into the service of their country and didn't even get the chance to be here for the closing of school. COMMEN CEMENT ACTIVITIES Class Play-The Imaginary Invalid, May 4 and 5 Dinner Dance ........................ May I8 President's Message .... ..... B ill Churchill Toastmaster .................... Bob Fialka Program Chairman ............ Ruth Ranville Printing ........ Betty Lou Pittsley, Susanne Rurnbold, jackie Marquis Menu ............ Alan Carter, Evelyn Loder Peggy Owrey Decorations ...... Ed Knopf, Paul McAlindon, Pat Slade, Ioyce Smith, Pat Iewett, Ioanne Hoydic Will ...... Cooper Matthews, Cleo Swinehart, Bill Weber, Beverly Wat- son, Mary lane Wyman Prophecy ....... Helen Wait, Dave Margolis, Roger Collard, Barbara Adams, Martha Lee Principal's Address .... .... O . F. Norwalk Senior Award Night ..... ........ M ay 24 Baccalaureate ....... .......... M ay 27 Commencement ..... ........... M ay 31 Student ushers .... ..... E dward Curtis, Bob Henderson JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED PORTY-FIVE 23 Donna Jeanne Youngs- C. C I Choir '43, Service '42, '43, ' 4 Donald Louis Zyber-General A .l.ln -..-A 9 Top Scholars-Ranking top position of his class scholastically was Rulgert Fizilka wholwns named Valeclictorian, Pictured above left to right is Robert Fizilka and the three students receiving next HONOR AWARDS Scholastic recognition was conferred upon fifty-three graduates at Senior Honor Award Night held May 25. Robert Fialka held top honors as valedicto- rian, while David Margolis, Ruth Irene Ranville and Virginia Lee Simpson were runners up as salutatorians. High honors were received by eighteen stu- dents who maintained an average of 3.5 up to the salutatorian's average during the three years at Northern. Those with an average of 3.0 up to and including 3.49 were given the dis- tinction of graduating With Honors. These av- erages Were obtained by letting "A's" equal 4 points, "B's" three, two and "D's" one. - Several awards were presented in addition to the scholastic and extra-curricular ones. Among those chosen as the Noroscope went to press were the Daughters of the American Revo- lution Good Citizenship certificate to Virginia Simpson, voted by the girls ot the class to be their DAR girl, one who is outstanding in de- pendability, service, leadership and patriotism and Inter Nos Service Award to Betty Lou Pitts- ley and Robert Fialka, for outstanding service to the school, according to a student faculty com- mittee. Various Elint Iunior College scholarships were also presented. ATHLETICS Members who received recognition for ath- letics were: Phyllis lean Atherton, Robert Dale Belanger, Raymond Wayne Berry, Barbara Bil- lings Black, Robert Lewis Bock, William I. Churchill, Harry Cooper, Frank Michael Csapo, highest honors as salutatorians: Dave Margolis, Ruth Irene Ran- ville and Virginia Lee Simpson. Shirley Culiner, Marion Ruth Davis, Coyla Ieane Dodge, Iohn Esse, Pauline Emily Gerke, lack Le- Roy Gorman, Theresa Green, Walter Monroe Greeson, Frank Kenneth Grimske, Lilla lacque- line Harper, Ida Elaine Hatch, Evelyn Selma Heikkinen, Dorothy Hogan, Bill Stewart Hud- son, Charlotte Gertrude Kniese, Stanley Kuiclc, lr., Rita Ieanette Kurtz, Robert Darwin Law- rence, Paul Lazar, Blake David Lewis, Pa- tricia Louise Lilly, Evelyn Eloise Loder, Cooper Walker Matthews, Samuel McKee, Lorein Natzke, Ir., Peggy Lou Owrey, Dallas Ervan Perry, Betty Lou Pittsley, Arliss lane Prescott, Francis Lloyd Proctor, Rowene Ring, Susanne Rumbold, Sarah lane Saiko, Rose Barbara Santoro, Eleanor Elsie Selle, George Bert Serenbetz, Patricia Elaine Slade, Nick P. Slakta, Barbara Doreen Snyder, Marjorie Ann Stringer, Delores Lynell Stroh, Cleo Ieanette Swinehart, Lois Elizabeth Telling, Phyllis Ann Tolbert, Dominic Tomasi, Dorothy Ann Vogt, Helen Ian- ice Wait, I. Arter Watkins, Beverly Ann Wat- son, Rosemary Helen Watson, Nola Mae Wil- liams, Robert Eugene Wolf, Elizabeth Yarnbrick, and Raymond Zbiciak. ATHLETIC MANAGERS Athletic manager awards were given to Dale Lloyd Blackmer, Arthur lames Davis, Alfred Ward Kent, Edwin Leonard Knopf, Theodore Iohn Marzoniewandwfenady Reaves. ATTENDANCE Those who were honored for perfect attend- ance were Matilda Rose Behil, Irene Violet Csiki, Helen Ann Davidek, Robert Fialka, Robert Ber- 24 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE High Honors-Ranking next to the Salutzitorizm scliolasticrilly were ciglttccn seniors. Top row, lt-ft to right, john Olan Cztrtcr, Furl l.cunarrl ffhristeiiscii, Roger Shclrlon Collard, Peggy Marie llmldix, Martha Frances llznnilton, Evelyn Selma llcikkineng second ruw, Joanne Marie lluytlic, lirlitlt June Jzislnw, Patricia Ann HONOR AWARDS nard Hayes, Robert Lewis Hulquist, Steve Tsvet- ko Koeff, Ruby Eileen Lamson, Hayward Duane Lesley, Cooper Walker Matthews, Harold Paul McAlindon, Ralph Eugene Ordway, Betty Lou Pittsley, Kenneth Roy Santee, Cleo Ieanette Swinehart, Dominic Tomasi, Thomas Iohn Vuko- vich and Elizabeth Yambrick. CHEER LEADERS Distinction for being cheer leaders was given to Edward Peter loseph and Dallas Ervan Perry. D. A. R. GIRL Receiving the honor of being D. A. R. girl was Virginia Lee Simpson. I UNIOR ROTARIAN Recognized for his outstanding work as Iunior Rotarian was William I. Churchill. MUSICAL ACTIVITIES I-'or participating in musical activities, band, orchestra and choir awards were given to Sam- Jcwett, Arlene Ruse Klee, Steve Tsvetko Koell, Stanley AI. Kuick, Jr.: third ruw, Cuupvt' Nvalkcr Mzntthm-ws, Clcn ,lcnncttc Swlnehart, Doris ,leans Trior, Tlimnns John Ynlmviclt, Ilclen Janice Wait :mil lilizalietli Yznnlzrick. uel Hugh Atherton, Ir., Robert Fred Bills, Adol- phus Bivins, Thelma Ruth Buckhalter, Ralph I. Carb, Norma lean Cargill, Mildred lean Clayton, lack Eugene Dawson, Betty lean Ellithorpe, lou- ella Yvone Garner, lack Graves, Deloris Grayce Howell, Robert Kenneth Iohnson, Duane Paul Kimmel, Martha Elizabeth Lee, Millard Eugene Michael, Iames I. Michalka, Edward Walter Mitchell, Dorothy lean O'l-Iare, Betty Lou Pitts- ley, Hazen Roy Pittsley, Delores Mae Poling, Elizabeth Alice Rornito, Carl Edward Rosbor- ough, Sally Anne Rose, George Bert Serenbetz, Francis Rozell Sheldon, Veronica Caroline Spicko, Lillian Mary Stephen, Nola Mae Wil- liams, Beverly lean Willson, and Beverly Helene Winter. PUBLICATIONS For outstanding work in publications on the business or editorial staffs recognition was pre- sented to Barbara Anne Adams, Robert Dale Belanger, Teresa Margurite Bruduak, Thelma Ruth Buckhalter, Agnes Delores Burgett, Pa- JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 25 ,Qwtefelu .gn-e LYZMW With honors-Over A "li" average, but less than 3.5 are the following: top row, left to right, Robert Dale Halanger, Barbara Billings Black, Margaret Marion Bower, Patricia Ann Bowers, Richard VVilliam lloyd, Phyllis Joyce Cliurclig second row, Arlene Marie Crane, Nancy jane DeRose, Albert Curtis DeVito, Coyla HONOR AWARDS tricia loyce Cassett, Carl Leonard Christensen, Marion Ruth Davis, Martha Ann Davis, Robert Frederick Enders, Robert Fialka, Theresa Green, Martha Frances Hamilton, Barbara Ann larow, Edith lane laslow, Charlotte Gertrude Kniese, Lois leanette Latimer, Martha Elizabeth Lee, Evelyn Eloise Loder, Marilou MacArthur, lac- queline Marie Marquis, Patsy Mardelle Morrille, Patricia Ann Nelson, Betty Lou Pittsley, Minnie Holines Reed, Leo lunior Sabourin, Elaine Sharon Scott, Cleo leanette Swinehart, Marilyn Ioann Timm, Beverly Ann Watson and Mary lane Wyman. OFFICERS Leading their classes in Student Council and class offices were Barbara Anne Adams, Robert Dale Belanger, Agnes Dolores Burgett, William I. Churchill, Robert Fialka, Martha Frances Hamilton, Patricia Ann lewett, Martha Elizabeth Lee, Evelyn Eloise Loder, David Margolis, Cooper Walker Matthews, Betty Lou Pittsley, ,leanc Dodge, Robert Lee Draper, Constance jean Edmondsg third row, Leah Jurk, Duane Paul Kimmel, Charlotte Gertrude Kniese, Rita Jeanette Kurtz, Luis Jeanette Latimer and Harold Paul McAlindon. Barbara Doreen Snyder, and William loseph Weber. QUILL AND SCROLL Recognized as members of the Quill and Scroll, the international honor society for high school journalists, were Agnes Dolores Burgett, Patricia loyce Cassett, Robert Fialka, Edith Iune Iaslow, Martha Elizabeth Lee, Evelyn Eloise Loder, Marilou MacArthur, lacqueline Marie Marquis, Betty Lou Pittsley, Beverly Ann Wat- son, Mary lane Wyman, Charlotte Gertrude Kniese, Frances Martha Hamilton and Teresa Green. SERVICE AWARDS Those receiving honors for service were Bar- bara lean Adams, Wanda lean Arthur, Lola Iune Auten, Nelda Rae Bailey, Phyllis loyce Barendsen, Margaret Marian Bower, Patricia Ann Bowers, Lillian Ida Bunker, Ioy Elaine Cady, Shirley Marie Carter, Phyllis Ioyce Church, Amy lean Clark, Elaine Marie Combs, Arlene Marie Crane, Irene Violet Csiki, Helen 26 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Others with honors-Top row, left to right, Katherine Berna- seconcl row, Luis Joyce Steinman, llc-tty Francis Tlmmson, Marilyn vlwltc NlZlllLflZH'ZlK'lUIl. Peggy lon Uwrey, Kathryn Doreen Park, -lnzmn Timm, Dominic Tnmasi, Mary Louise Xvztllc :infl Mary janv Snsnnnc Rnmlrnlil, Pxitricizi Elaine Slzulc, Joyce Millicent Smith: VVym:m. lylzirgziret Jam- Schennnt-l dues not :ippcnr in the 1llL'llll'l'. Ann Davidek, Elaine Georgia Decker, Nancy SIGMA CHI lane DeRose, Madeline Derscha, Illene Ida Dol- sen, Louise Angeline Dumler, Constance lean Edmonds, Maxine Isabelle Evans, Marilyn Ann Floyd, Flora Frazier, Betty lane Fredericks, Betty Malvina Gauthier, lane Violet Gerhardt, Pau- line Emily Gerke, Clara Mae Graham, Peggy Marie Haddix, Martha Frances Hamilton, Melba Rose Haney, Ida Elaine Hatch, Ianice Evelyn Hawes, Barbara lean Hempstead, Esther Ann Hoffman, Ioanne Marie Hoydic, Ina Othelda Huskey, Barbara Ann Iarow, Patricia Ann lew- ett, Mamie Helena Kapture, Dorothy Sue King, Charlotte Gertrude Kniese, Alberta Marie Kol- ton, Barbara LaMarr Kolyn, Lillian Kasidlo, Evelyn Mae Koval, Ruby Eileen Lamson, Lois Ieanette Latimer, Dorothy Lorraine Lawrason, Christine Leiper Learmonth, Evelyn Liley, Donna Marie Mackos, Beatrice Marie Maeder, Kather- ine Mangiaracina, Ioyce Marguerite McCarthy, Agnes Geraldine McClure, Margaret Louise Mc- Graw, Ruth Miller, Vivien Mary Morehouse, Gene Lorraine Mull, Clara Louise Nagy, Flor- ence Nesser, Margaret Mae Newman, Ieanette Marie Osborne, Kathryn Doreen Park, Martha Corrine Patterson, Loreece Salem, Elaine Sharon Scott, Rachel Seifert, Iacqueline Marie Sharp, Virginia Rose Skowerski, Virginia Lee Simpson, Martha Lillian Thomas, Betty Frances Thomson, Mary Elizabeth Trosko, Marjorie Van Dalen, Mary Louise Walk, Laurel Iune Yau- mans and Donna Ieanne Youngs. Those who received scholastic recognition as members of the Sigma Chi were Robert Dale Belanger, Barbara Billings Black, Patricia Ann Bowers, Iohn Alan Carter, Carl Leonard Chris- tensen, Phyllis Ioyce Church, Roger Sheldon Collard, Arlene Marie Crane, Nancy lane De- Rose, Albert Curtis DeVito, Coyla Ieane Dodge, Robert Fialka, Peggy Marie I-laddix, Martha Frances Hamilton, Evelyn Selma Heikkinen, Ioanne Marie Hoydic, Edith Iune Iaslow, Patricia Ann Iewett, Leah lurk, Duane Paul Kimmel, Charlotte Gertrude Kniese, Steve Tsvetko Koeif, Stanley I. Kuick, Ir., Rita Ieanette Kurtz, Lois Ieanette Latimer, Dorothy Lorraine Lawrason, Katherine Mangiaracina, David Margolis, Cooper Walker Matthews, Harold Paul McAlin- don, Caroline Middleton, Peggy Lou Owrey, Ruth Irene Ranville, Susanne Rurnbold, Virginia Lee Simpson, Patricia Elaine Slade, Ioyce Mil- licent Smith, Lois Ioyce Steinman, Cleo Iean- ette Swinehart, Betty Francis Thomson, Marilyn Ioann Timm, Dominic Tomasi, Doris lean Trier, Thomas lohn Vucovich, Helen Ianice Wait, Mary lane Wyman and Elizabeth Yambrick. SPEECH Honors tor participation in speech groups were awarded to Carl Leonard Christensen, Al- bert Curtis DeVito, Robert Fialka, Paula Ioyce Hartman, David Margolis, Cooper Walker Mat- thews and George Glen Waun. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE Z7 Senior Play Cast-The cast of the senior play is pictured above. They are: Back row, left to right, Edith Jaslow, Marilou MacArthur, Bob Johnson, Jack Graves, Charles Faulkenstine, Shirley Culiner, THE CLASS PLAY You certainly would have enjoyed the Senior Play this year. Mrs. Anita Crust directed "The Imaginary Invalid" by Moliere. The story con- cerned the self-appointed invalid who was be- ing cheated of his money by doctors who poured all sorts of unnecessary medicines down him. Argan tried to marry oft his daughter, An- gelique to an educated physician, Thomas Dia- foirus, so that there would be a doctor in the family. Angelique loved a handsome young man named Cleante, however, so a complicated love affair started. The antics of Toinette, the maid, and the comic situations that arose over the doctor's greediness for Argan's money added further to the enjoyment of the play. All ended well, however, and the audience just howled all the way through it. The cast really put its heart into producing the comedy, and the efforts were wel1-re- warded. Large crowds attended on both March 4 and 5. Gee, we never knew there was so much talent in school. Some of the students with whom you went to classes were in it. Remember Al DeVito and his dramatizing? He had the leading male role of Argan. Bob Draper as Cleante, Dale and Agnes Burgett. Front row, Betty Lou Pittsley, Albert DeVito, ,Ioan Van Tassel, Evelyn Loder, Bob Draper and Paula Hartman. Blackmer as Monsieur Purgon, Stan Kuick as Monsieur Diafoirus, Bob Iohnson as Thomas Diafoirus, Charles Kulkenstein as Beralde and jack Graves as Bometoi really helped the play go over big. The boys had roles on both nights CManpower shortage, you knowl but the girls alternated. Marilou MacArthur and Shirley Cu- liner were cast as Toinette, Paula Hartman and Evelyn Loder played Angelique, Ioan Van Tas- sel and Betty Lou Pittsley alternated as Beline, Edith Iaslow and Agnes Burgett portrayed Louison, and Beverly Winter and Barbara Black were double-cast as Madame Fleurant. No play could be a success without the help of people behind the scenes. Other senior drama students donated their time but received little credit. Martha Lee as stage manager, Su- sanne Rumbold as business manager, Helen Wait as publicity manager, Martha Ann Davis as costume manager, Ioan Plew as makeup manager, Coyla Dodge as house manager, Bill Weber and Melba Haney as property manager, and Beverly Watson and Marion Davis as stu- dent directors all deserve a hearty vote of thanks. 28 THE. VIKING NOROSCOPE Special honors-The picture on the left shows Virginia Simpson, the D. A. R. representative. Bill Churchill is seen in the middle TOPS VVITH CLASSMATES The girls all got together last fall and elected Virginia Simpson as their DAR. Representa- tive from Northern. You recall Virginia, she's that cute little redhead enrolled on a C.C.l. course. Virginia has taken part in all school activities and has been an active participant in school clubs. Being secretary of the Sigma Chi Lambda was only one of her achievements. Her friendliness of spirit and Willingness to as- sist have Won her many friends, and the stu- dent body is certainly going to miss her after she graduates. Senior play scenes-Here are a few scenes from practice sessions of the senior play. ln the first picture, Chuck Falkenstine and Mari- lou MacArthur are trying to comfort Evelyn Loder, who is feeling depressed. ln the second picture, Dale lilackmer listens to Al De- i picture and that boy with the cake is Dave Margolis. The photogl rapher caught them in a few informal poses. Dave Margolis, as Student Council President, and Bill Churchill, as Senior President, attended the Iunior Rotarian meetings. These boys also have been extremely well liked by their class- mates. You surely remember these two fellows -their sincerity at work has earned them great respect from the entire student body. Their good humor and continued wise cracks will be long remembered too. Virginia, Bill, and Dave have been true Vik- ings. Three cheers for three of the swellest stu- dents in Northern High School. Vito's heart, while Beverly Winter points a menacing Finger toward the door. Edith Jzislow looks on. ln the third picture, Marilou Mac- Arthur assists feeble Bob Johnson while Betty Lou Pittsley watches. .4 4 . JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 29 Whole-Heartedly-thc students who lc-fl the 123 lmlf grmls tu fame :mil fortune are left to right, president, Emlwarcl Curtis, vice-pmsicleilt, .ln-:ul l12lllCl'SUll. secretary, Helen jacob :mil treas- urer, l!:u'lv:1m lVlcMillnu. x W VA., 5 O, of A 1 , "5 ' f' 1- L lip ' Q. F 3 ,, Q" ff ., i 'D Q! -ka P' J A' Q' 12B STUDENTS 0 ' ll ' KS. B ' Q y ,,, V u gy 1 my - A 'O Y N J, r m3 A 'D 3 , . 1" il, V X Q1 .E N , Y, A ,Q Q rf' ,, ,v 1 0 -. ,. 1 ,J Y: -,X J W, ,, 5 Mm' Oml - lffm' Tlirm'-f .,,, y ' ' ' Aliilll Allcn, i':imlyi1 .Xtwm-ll. llzuiiul Ilnlvitch, llurutlly llziilcy, Richard Vzirlmiu, Iluium llzxriumly, Nellie ll!lI'l5ClllQf. Gcuwzc ,lnnct llzxkvr. Allncrt llc-yi-1'. livclyn llislmp, Gcorgc lllack :xml Clicnm, Mirlmfl l'1'uvrllu, Shirley Crow, llarlmrzi Clllllllllllffh. llclcu llulmlik. Ed Curtis :mil Don fmcliorski. lfufi' TWU ' Rau' Four f Ulgn limrllcy, llill Iimmli, Nmwum llrzunmu, f'orivmc l'4mckvr. .loam Unch, Mac D:n'liug.:, Marc:-lyn Day, f'l:u'L-use llelmiigz. XVil' lflmcr llmckricmlc. th-mlml lluilcy, lllary Ruth Butler, Marie fi-eil lla-sjzmlin, Lucille Ex, lictty Jcziuuc Failing, Charles Llupollu :xml Mzuriuu Carlson. l.'lillkCll5llllC zuul Julia lfcrclxznk. 30 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE 12B STUDENTS Mm' Om' lffm' lfirv' Rirllarrl il:m1:u'lu-, lilcanm' flarlim-lml, lic-tty llarmml, lliL'l1arrl l'l1yllis la- l"clrvl's-. Ilwn la-xxix. Sllirlcj la-xxis, l'arl l,iHlm llillc-pil-, lfarln- limlluy. Kallu-rim' llralr. .Xurlrcy llaslwll, lfrl- Klilrlrrrl l,mnL'kw4unl, llulr lNlacKinl14n1, llctly lllzwllzlv, llvrall xxarll llviv1furll1 aml llulr llvmln-1'sm1. lllalxh aml lll1lll'lk'S lllarlyll. lfn-a' Trmf Nfm' .S'f.1' l'atrivk lln-ury, 'lim llicks, lllnria lllll, Uma llimuan, -lalmw Sam Klaitcra-la, -lnycc Mallisml, I-'lun-m-v Naulr, llurntlxy Nm llurluu, Ron-11a llnwarml, Max llnyl, Mzlry llx'inivicl1 mul l'r:u-km-11. lim-lyvl McLain. 1'arl fVlvMall:m, liarlwara fllulllillan l'atricia llllll. l,:m1'c11cc Ml-all aml Mary Milla-r. lfmu 'l'ln'm' lffm' .S.1'7'A'II l'aul Irwin. llvlcn javulu. liugcm- Iacnlms, Lyslia .l:u'ulmN. Yura ,lulm Milug. ll:-vcrly Mitflu-ll. llulun-5 Alma. Mary l.uu Nlurray Alarm-tl, lllJll'l1ilI'L'l Alarvii. l':ll5ll'1IL' hlcrllowrlki. i'a!lwrinc jullnwu IXl:u'ga1'ct Nagy. l'at Nault. flu-Nh-1' Nia-r, Yinm-m Ulmluj and anfl l'l1arln-S Alma-N, Hull Olmn. lfmn' lfnm' lffm' lffyflt Vlara jmlw. X'augl1:m hllnlrl. lim: K:-tullmn. l"rank Kiljanski, GL-u1'gv Omluvcr-ik. lillm-1' Hruaz, ,lim l'a4.:m-ls, .Xmlrm-5' l'allm'1 llura liitvlu-ll, llunlmn Klxcr. Sh-lla Kmvalc'Z5k, H1-tty l.a fNla1'L'vlla l'asvuZzn. lluall l'aHc1'sm1, lxlilfllfll l'n-lm-rsml, Rm-ll llmkuy anrl .lavk Latixky. llllllllbllln anrl Mary lqmx l'ilw, JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTYJIIVE 31 12B STUDENTS lffm' Om' - Kms' T11 rw! VVilm:i Pike, Ray Vinglu, lfrzmlt Price, Rnlwrt Price. Evelyn l"lilTm'rl Steiner. llnviil Stulltciilrllmf, Milanzi Sukzmy, Mirznulzi Reed, liumtliy Rmulvlvusli, D47l'01l1CIl Ruclulph, Mzxrtlm Ruhzllu Suknny, Ihirutliy Sutlierlzutrl. Shirley A'l'ziljrmick, liliznhcth mul jerry Rumhulrl. Iflm' TYUU - 'llziylmg lmm Tlmmzis :mtl Patty Yzuilluskirk. Rtm' Funr Hzmnull Sziryris. ,lc-:in Scott. Lzirry Shore, Rchvcczl Shulmzni, Marilyn Yan lifwlflc-i'. llcinc XYZKYTCII. Mary XYn!kiuS, lNlzu'tlm Uimrutliy Skumlzi. Uuuglzn Smith, Jessie Smith, llouglns Snow X'Vcisp.:r-rlvv1'. M:u'jm'it- VVilcr1x, llcrhcrt NVurulricli, llrmlr XVi'iglit :inrl ,lolm Stark. :incl llumtliy Zi,-inlm. 12B STUDENTS NOT IN PICTURES l2B's who do not appear in pictures are lean Bedell, Dorothy Beverly Butcher, Bernard Butler, Catherine Carr, Eugene Cheesebro, Beverly Culhane, Bobert Davidek, Baymond Dziwara, Harry Hartwick, Barbara Hilvers, Bill Hubbard, Leo lohnson, William Lewis, Barbara McDowell, lohn Mc- IIA CLASS Mullen, Erwin Mahon, Stewart Mangas, Tom Milne, Winitred Pierce, Mary Alice Bomley, Clarence Boot, Frank Rowe, Bobert Bowland, Clarence Buppel, Betty Shoop, Leon Slocum, Iames Strozier, Harry Sutphen, Edward Theo- dorott and Marilyn Van Holder. Blassingame, William Bolen, Marching-:it thc hm-:ul of llA Aclziss are lr-ft tu right, prciirlcnt, Ralph lllcflziiii. vivo-pt'r-simlcilt, Sliirlcy In l.ihcrh-, soon-tni'y, Helen Ifvvy. :mtl trcztsxiu-i', l'.lUl'L'llCC Mourc. 3 Z T HE VIKING NOROSCOPE 11A STUDENTS Irma' Om' Mm' Fiwr - Nlariml Azlains. Maxim- Alla-n. limil Allllll. 1':1rnl Amlvrsml. ,'Xrlom' llrnwn, lain-lm llrmxll, VYilliam liruxlialwr, Dmma 5l1i1'll'5' AXllfl1'l'SUll. lfvllt' Allfl4'l'f41l1, lflflllll' AX'l'l1'H'W4, R0l'l'l't llutfcy. Ruscinary Ilulcak, Narimi liully, Varnliilc llui'gu-sa. .-Xrnilt aml Marg:u'ct Arm-s. Mary llutarac aml Luis Vzmistcr. Mm' 7'7i-ff . Kim' .S'1',r - l,m'm-r Aslilcy, lnmgvm- Ayn-ry. Virginia l'l1m1lu'irl5.:c'. Gurrlcn llvlcn Fakl. Vliarlvs farlislc, lhflx l'ass4-lnian, Ilzwqilulilln- l'alan- llair, Ruth Hair, lla-vvrly Hanks, Rulvcrt Ilannick, Doris llark- zara, la-roy Cairn-ll. jack lllialmcrs, jack 1lllIHlllli'I'S. Paul 1'lu-ma lry anrl Hill liarm-s. anrl Annie fll'lCI'YL'1lj'. lim' Tll7'l'A"' Mm' .S-l"!'l'll Inlugcm' Ilanr. .l. ll. llaxtvr. llazcl llcgk, Vllcstcr llcrlnarski, llarlwara l'nf'frun, lluwarrl l'ulu-ll. llarlmara l'nlln-rt, llvralil l'ulluy. Mary lla-liil. lijmix llk'lll'L'l!1lS, Rmlm-y llL'llEl, .Xllcn llcrnaril aml Ilnruthy Fullins. lm- fmiltcr, Rulu-rt K'mn'ln1:uucli, lin-My Fmr' Larry llcrnstvm. 111-n aml Samuel Cox. Irma' lfmrr lffm' 151-51112 - Mary l.m1 lk-ycrlc, l'atriria lllamlcll. Gloria joan llwgart, Shirley fl!'JlllU'l'l', Stn-lla l'ralflrcc. Ruln-rt fraig. lfulli l'ritx-s, blnyrq- llnlil, Mary llmmcau, liulrcrt limxlcw, .lruncs lluycl, llnug- Gcralilinc lllllllilllllllx, Sliirlcy l'urnuw, llulurcs llznvulmlx, lfralx' lam llmkaw annl VN'ilma llrmml. cis Davis aml hlcancttc llaviw. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 33 11A STUDENTS Row One - llill Dawes, Beldon Denman, Betty Dickason, Ralph Didier, Ramona Dolson, Pauline Douglas, Susie Mae Duckett, James Durham and Ed Eagen. Row Trent Jack Fhy, Jules Edwards, Euice Ellis, Willie Elzy, Donald Emmons. Robert Erickson, Mary Jane Ernst, George Faris and Muriel Farrand. Ron' Tl1ruf-- Ethcl Feldman, Kenneth Felske, Mildred Ferguson, Alma Fischer, Shirley Fisher, Dorothy Flanders, Dorothea Ford, Christopher Fowler and W'altcr Fowls. Row Four! Helen Frey, Shirley Funeh. Vivian Gillespie, Shirley Givens, Bill Gockel, Sheldon Goldstein, Lawrence Goodwin, Marjorie Gordon and Michael Grab. Raw Five- Carolyn Green, Blarjorie Grifhn, Nornlan Groshek. Donna Groves, Betty Gustafson, Nelson Haas, Clarence Haber, Charles Hamilton and Arthur Hansen. Row Sire Barbara Hansen, Joan Harper, Doris Harris, Helen Harrison, Dick Hart, Gracie Harvey, lllargaret Hatch, Donald Heikkinen and Betty Hempton. , Row Seven - -- Donald Hcrman, Bernard Hess, Lois Hickey. Della Hicks, Donna Hicks, VVilt'red Hicks, Betty Hinielhoch, Gertrude Himel- hoch and Robert Himelhoch. Ron' Eight -f Joanne Holstine, Kenneth Hope, Betty Howard, Jerry Howard, Mary Lou Howell, Donald Hubbs, Diary Jean Hull, Helen Hultquist and Russell Hutson. 34 THE VIKING NORQSCOPE 11A STUDENTS Rm. lx'n7x ' Um' Glx-lxnl':x lrxxixx. Xxvrxxxzx lxzxzxcwmx, lJx'lxn'x's lvvs, llllrtcnx jxxclxsxnx, I'x-fry ,lzxxxxx-w. K'l:xx'x-xxru jxxlxxxsxnx. jxxzxxxxxx- hlolxxxsxnx. lixmxtlxy jolxxx- Ntxnx :xml l'llux'x-xxxw' hlolxxxstmx. ' lrxwf hlufxxx limlry. lixxrl lixxllxllxxisvsll. lilx-:xx1m'c Kzxlucy. Sylvia Kzxnxcrf svlxx-xx. lil.-axxxm' lizxzzx. Ilxnxxxzx Kxfllx-y, N4-villa: KL-xxm-cly, M:xx'g:xx'x't liilxxxxh :xml lixxgxfxxx- Killizxxxx, Ix'wx' 'l'hrwx' lx'f17 I U lCvx-lyxx Klll!l!IL'l'j'. vlxxxxlvv Kirkx-5, lflizzxlwtlx Kish. l'1l'IH1k Kiszkzx. Slxirlx-y Klx-tt. Mzxrvixx lixvln. Juxxxx lxrxlxlx-r. lla-lures Kuxxmviclx :xml l':xl livxryvizxk. x' lwun' fllrxrgzzxrx-I Kfuxwxk. jim Km':xlx'ilx. l':xx1lixxv Krxxw. Umm Ku-ifli, Il:xx'lx:xx':x liylx-. 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I"lm'x'xxs'x' lNlnm'x' :xml lizxtlxlx-L-xx Xlorrixlx, NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 35 ffxg. Lv' 03' P M . 11A STUDENTS Rmz' Om'-N Shirley llloyer, Eleanor Nllintian, Delores Nlurray, Maxine Murphy, Peggy lVIyers, Donna Newman, Ned Newman, Harold Nc-wstcad and Carol Nieman. Razz' 7lTE'0"' Anna Oherpriller, Phyllis Orling, Nlary Pahish, Elizabeth Pacanovsky, Pet Parkhurst, Sheila Pascoe, Helen Pastor, Ray Paul and Sarah Jean Peake. Ruff' Tlzrvrf Jerry Peck, Shirley Peterson, Dolores Petrick, Doris Patrick, Sclmnmier, Sally Schofield, Gwen Sclzer, Simson Sendler, Pride and Etta Mae Prudence. Row lfozrrn- Norma Rafnse, Marjorie llahn. Lois Reeves, Frances Ribar- chik, Bethany Richmond, Mary Rogers, Josephine Romley, Lyle Rood and Joyce Root. Row Fivcg VVilliam Rourke, Georgie Rowland, Joan Rndland, Rachel Rush- ing, Ioan Sackrider, Betty Saido, Bill Sanders, Julia Sargis and Ben Sargis. Row Six - Bonita Sassen, Dorothy Schaard, Dolores Sehohaner, Daniel lllarvin Phillps, Michael Potoczmy, Nadu-en Pratt, Denham Robert Seng and Harold Severson. Rim' Snveu--e Dolores Shaker, Jane Shawl. Richard Shawl, Nfary jane Sher- man, Ronald Short, Ray Sliuffel, Dolores Shustock, Vivian Sires and Adam Skoda. Rom' Eightee- l.ydia Skowerski, Betty Smith, llernadinc Snyder, Georgia. Supp, Shirley Sorensen, Bernice Sprygada, Virginia Stewart, llelen Stiiller and Marguerite Sujak. 36 THE VIKING NQROSCOPE 11A STUDENTS Row Onr- - Run' lfmrr' llulr SlllllIllL'l'llL'l4l, llfwutlmy 'l'aL'kalrl11'y, llluftlm 'llIlI'VL'I', Ruusc- Patricia NVQ-llcr. llumtlmy l.Ym-rrlcll, lim-lyu xvllllllllllpf. llulx volt 'l'aylur. .Xr1latl1 'l'z-rriai. lJm'utl1y Tllumas. lfrzmk 'lll'l17!llilS, Vl'lxi1c. llvlcn XX'l1itv, liugclu- XYilczynskl, Dun XVilli:un, lk-rry Ralplaim- 'l'lmn1an mul l.Ill'l1lllll' llllllllllllllx VK'illiams mul 'l'um XVilliamsrm. lfmv Tim Run' l"1':'1' lhnma 'lll1lllllS. Raymlmnl 'l'mlml, 'IR-ll Tnmczyk, lamlsc 'l1l'IlVlll' Dloanm- VVil1z, limma Joan VVisv, llarry VYisnivwski, Juv VVis- ski. jwycc- 'l'x'iu-llc. farnl 'l'1'ur:u1, jnlm Tuckur, liarlyarn Yaucc llim-wski. l mruim- XYittl1ruslt, limlua 'Wolfm-, llulcn Vllvlfc, lluxwml :null Runalcl Y:u1'l':1ssL-l. Wurul aurl ,luan VYnurl. Nlm' 'l'll1'l'4' lffm' Sir llmma Yiall, l"lrn'vnc1- xlllll'L'lll, julm VN'alnlrm. Jean XN'alls. Gall- Max XYuml. Yvrcia- VVrigl1t, Bula XVml1cl, Ann VVym:m, Mar' XY:n'nl, Rita XVarml, Patricia XYats1m. lilmulzl Mac XXX-nlclinlgtumx shall Yasm-ck. llarulzl Yurk, llvlvu Zalizny, lllilmlrcnl Zanus- aml Silma XYl'lll'll. clnrf, iiluria ZllllIll1'1'lllZlIl :mrl 1':ll1.I1'll0 ZllW1llI1. Sharing the "Woes" and "Wahs" of the lll! class are the lluu llml, acl-1'utznry, Marg:1rut Grimm, :xml ll'0Il9llf0l', llarlrara 'rfflcc-rs, left to right, prcsiclcnt, Fritz Fruelicll, x'iCn--pm-wimlc-x1t, Smith. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 37 1 1B STUDENTS Kms' 01104 Tlieresa Alrlriilge. Harry Allis, Louis Amin, George Ananicli, XVanmla Auten, Harry llarkcr. Cleo llaueus, xvllllillll lleelre and Ruse Ili-vcliie, Nutt' Tim Gail lleeliler, latlierine Ilell, lJavi4l llenfurzl. Naomi lienjaniin, lllartlia lleunett, Xvilliani llenliett, limi llesmlu, Alulux lliggart anml Howard lllaekniar. Kim' Y'l1r'm'- XYayne llluss. liarlrara llulllen, Jesse lleler, Harry Hush, Maxine lluyer, .Xlfmlsu llramly. Sliirely llraclley, lletty llrellart :mil Leroy llrmi'n. Rum' Four - john llrunsrlcn, Rust-uiary lluffa, Lelanfl Bullard, Don Bur- gess, linla May famplmell, Mary Lon Carlson, xvilllilill Carr and Ural l'arru 3 8 T Rim' Fiw' A Dalia Vasellas, Rnmona Castle, Alice fllierveny, Peggy Juyec Fhittenslen. Ruclney Flining. llupe Fulili, Donna Coggins, Colleen Fuleman and ,lanies Conner. Rafe ,Snr - Alolni Cook. joan Cornwell, Marion llaviflek, Rnlnert Ilavimlsun. Rulsert llawson. llelcn Ile llaan, Ricliarfl lie Kalb, VVilliam Dell and llaniel Denman. Raza' SI'7'!'lI - Marguerite Dreutli, 'Mike Dyki, Phyllis Eaton. Betty Mae Elly, Rosemary Elmy, Thmnas Ecker, Juan Eclmunmls, Margaret Ecl- wards and Mary Ann Epzerer, Raft' Eight - Rolmert Eicklnxff, David Elder, Barbara Englanrl, Patricia Eng- land, Lois Evert, June lfariner, Howard Finger, Jane FiSCl1Ql' and Kenneth Fonger. HE VIKING NOROSCOPE 1 1B STUDENTS Rim' Om' - lh-tty lfnril, llunrl lfrcnch. l"l'cmli-lick Frocllllclm, Ruth Frost, Mnrg:u'i-1 llnrunl. -lu Ann Mzirii- G:n'l:inil, lgtlljllllllll Guns, Gay .Xililisim :inrl Iii-n llnznll. li'n7i' Tim: A lbnn Gilmm. Nlzxxixlcrlliffi-ls, Doris Gnmling, Jack Cnoclwin, Phyllis Gurc, Arthur Gnslmv. Gi-rnlil Grzittnn, Margaret Grimm :mil l"rn11Cus flllgnlzi. lfmu Thr'i'i'f- Rnln-rt Hnftin, Yinla llnnsnn, Uulc llnlnzlic, Huh llavrilla, Fran- cis llchn, Rnwic lli-nilcrsnn, llcrili-ttc llilliurrl, Donna Hooper :mil XYilli:nn llritz. Kim' lwfur lh-lmx-A llnslnck, .'Xll1i-rt llngzlu-S, Mary Hutchinson, Bernard Irving, Evclyn Jackson, Dorothy Jacob, Ethel Jmnes, James ji-mnngs :inrl john jnlxnsnn. Rim' Fin' - Alma js-an jmlcs, lVl1l1'l.I1l1'l'f juni-s, Iinnny Jnscpli, Nancy jnsf,-pli. lla-witt jnilcl, llnn Kziclwlski, EllW'ZH'fl Kulzikxly, lCslhcr Krispor :nnil llmvnril Kuta-inzin. Rim' ,S'1'.r- f llwrri-ll Ki-4-nv, Lila Km-ly. Ki-n Ki-nmwly, XVilli:nn Ki-nny, lllll' nhl Kilc. Rulwrt KI'1ll'lllt'l', Nc-il Krnntz, Yi-lnm l.zL Fave :mil llnris l.zunlvc1't. li'u':x'.S'f'1'1'11 V Vyrns I.:iz:ir. Ni-llic l,:1z:1r, Ilnnnlil lmu, Dnrnllly lmv, Dunnlil l.cf:1n0wicz, Mary ji-:in l.cfi-lmvrc, .lnscnhinc l.il:ic, Imogene llilcy zmfl Maxine liinculn, Rim' Iiiglzt - lfnnclzn lilIlLfk'llfL'llL'l', Mairtlm Lnckzircl, Melvin Lorick, Frcil Lnczulo, juan Luxnn, Martha Mzxjnr, lilwin Mzilmquist, Vcrclcn March :incl Doris Mznrkstrunl. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTYfFIVE 39 1 1B STUDENTS Ruff' Om' - Rim' Fiw- -- lllargaret Marta, llarulll Martin, Agnes Mather. Eclwarll Math- Helen l'i-rc-z. M'1n'jurie Perkins, Rnla-rt l'etcrsun. Nancy Petron- cr. lNlarjm'iu Mattarclla. lluwarml McCnlli-y, Alfrc-il McCcm1lJS, ger, Delores Pintacura. Jacqueline Purtcr, llnnalcl l'nun4l, Inez Martha MQML-uliau anll l'1-nrl Mcllleclxan. Prince anrl Gene Prcwost. lrfm' Tam - Rim' Six-ff Gr-ui'gi:l Ann Miller. Jann-s Miller, juan Miller, Juanita Mills, In-au Rahn. Alfred Reavvs, Melvin Reed, llarolil Reisliicll. licl Mitchell, jean Mmwu, Allen Muurliearl, livtly Morey and Mable Re-lerfurml, Sara llleu Renfrn. f'lifTurll Reynolds, Rnlnert liluisc Morgan. Rickard and Grace Rulrinsiui, lfrm' 'l'l1rwr - Rim' Srwu- ,luhu Morley, l'lari-nec Muss, Jnlxn lllrasek, lflmwilci- Mueller, Mary Ruclic. lila Mav Ruin-r. Russel Ruse. Virginia Rnwe. l'arl Myers, liluise Nl-l-un, Michal-l Ni-si:-r, xvillllllll Niclmlas Pauline Rushing, lilaine Safer. lfrwl Salem, .laek Sanders ansl :unl jcan Nurluncl. Frank Sarg'insnu. Iran' lfunr - Rim: Iiiylit f Jacqui-line Nurtun, Allrert ll'Kazins, Mary Ouilu, Mary Un- llarlzara Sauvie, Mary Scllkilcvicll. James Scliliegcr. lmis Sugur. cluvsin, Rag Orr, Annie Pauuluila, john Vapp, Rutli l'ati-rsun Davicl Scyfrierl. Marie Shaheen, Huy Shank, Dorothy Slxeofsky and Ranilall l'ezlruv:k, :mil Phillip Smalley. 40 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE 11B STUDENTS Rim' Om' lt:irlr:tr:u Smith. Clair Smith, Frank Smith, Lewis Smith. l?1m'T111'1'1' A Joe Taylor. Carl Tliutnzis, jf,-ziitttitlc 'Illl4llllllSU!l, Fern Tnnlcin, l.nc':ns Snitkn, Iirlwztrtl Snluninn, l':inl Stzirklr, Rnrlmzxrzt Stungcl Virginia Tri-skit, Frank Triggvr, Clytlc l'nrlerwnnml, Alta Valley :mtl Rnlwrt Stit-lv. Rim' T-mr lmmmlrlxi Snclmmtk, lit-tty Snmmitt, just-pliitue Swzintner, Mnrthzn Si-xzurt. lilninc- Sweet, -It-am-ttc Swirls-r. Ruth rlqillllllilll, Robert 'l':ttt- :intl Dun Taylor. Rim' lfizr - :incl XVilli:un Vcrliins. lffm' Four - Ann Vida, llertlizt Vincent, Joscpli Vuknvich, llnwnrtl xV!llf0fS, Alum- Nlfztliling, Frank VV:tlkc-r. Dallas VV:ttkins, Rnlu-rt NVhit latch :tml Lu Verne VVhitten. Lucy XVilliztms, l':xnl XVultcr, Phyllis VVriglit :xml Donznltl Znvkc-r. IIB STUDENTS NOT IN PICTURES llB's who do not appear in pictures are: Gloria Bickiord, lulia Brooks, Ida Brooks, Kay Cameron, l. Richard Clark, Katie Ellis, lack Edick, Howard Hopkin, Don Hon, Beverly Hunt, William lohnson, Dick Klecker, Maxine Lutz, lames MacMillan, Lewis Massie, Harry Madon, Marie Nauratil, Edward Norkz, Maynard Pillon, Harold Pintor, Rob Quibell, Bob Ricketts, Tommy Rhoades, Harold Saule, Darwin Schmitzer, Betty Ann Shifett, Alberta Smith, Douglas Sass, Grace Taylor and Charles Walker. IIA STUDENTS NOT IN PICTURES l lA's who do not appear in pictures are Molly Anderson, Rebecca Arnette, Georgia Cottril, Marilyn Culver, Phyllis Dickason, Leona Dzido, Nanedechle Harris, Amelia Helmholdt, Betty McCurdy, Elaine Schafer, Harristeene Walker, Virginia Woodard and Marian Young. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FCRTY-FIVE 41 'Wim Verv Green but to right. president, secretary Bertha NN 10A STUDENTS NOT IN PICTURES lUA's who do not appear in pictures are El- Wyn Arrand, Gerald Austin, lohn Baich, Car- lyle Barsk, Edward Bartlett, Ernest Brewer, Don Brunett, Nancy Church, William Cocking, Au- burn Copeland, William Craglow, lim Creamer, Lawrence Day, Pat Dean, Nathaniel De Klater, Ardis Dewey, lames Felisky, Berton Firestine, Dorothy Fries, lames Gelohardt, Don Giitels, Richard Goldstein, Florence Goodrich, Charles Gossel, William Hager, William Haltried, Rich- ard Halzworth, Kenneth Harrington, Bill Hate field, Howard Hawthorne, William Hayck, Ar- lene Hocksema, Charles Hockin, Louis Hoffman, Lem Hollorook, Ferris Holmes, Everett Holt, Biche 10A STUDENTS Rim' Om' V -lZlllll'S .Nlilm-y, llclmer Alvernritliy. Rolla-rt Ailruns, VV:mcla Aclzuns. XYeslcy Alun, Alvin Allxro. lion .Xlvx:xnrler, Frank Allen 'nil lhvnminl -Xll n. . 4 .v , :- Row TWU Alice Aiiclr-rson. Furl Anrlerson, llernzirlinc Arnes, Norma Arnold, Angeline Asnro, Iozxn Atvwll, Dzlvicl Ausbcrry, Eclwzml Austin mul Marry Babcock. ard Holzworth, Clyde lrwin, lohn limos, Alice lohnson, Betty lohnson, Dorothy King, Harold Klee, lulius Kovors, Charles Lee, Tom MacMil- lan, Edward McCaslin, Robert McConnell, Pat McMullin, David McNeill, Charles Meyers, Wil' liam Moore, Margaret Mouser, Earl Nottfsinger, Keith Norton, loseph Nowosielski, loe Puczjak, Bernard Batza, Dale Scherman, loe Schmider, Maynard Skidmore, lr., Edward Smith, lzaac Smith, Bichard Smith, Frank Smorch, Verna Snowden, Leona Sordyl, Lydia Stornello, Mary Ellen Tadrick, Argo Thomas, Neil Thompson, Allen Tuestim, Edna Typton, Allen Weston, Charles Wilson and Paul Zotchak. 1 Thru' - ,lnzin llzllir, XVilln-rt llailvy, lluggli Baker. XV:iltc1' Barber. Lillian linrnes. lwargare-t l'l1n'tnizin, llarlzin llnrrc-tt, Charles Hnrringei and Ennna Beach. Row Four- f Robert llenuclry, Coy Heck, Phyllis Beecher. Glzlclyce Bellinger, Joyce licnctlict, Freil llexmeth, Dick lienzing, .loan Berg :mal Charles Berry. lfim 42 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE WQWM A Q 10A STUDENTS ' lfmu Om' Rim' 1f1'm' '- Aluyvc llimlllia. Nlzxrjuric Hills. Mary liircli, xvlllllllll lllzick. VVc-l- li-ntzi i':ii'pi-im-i', l'liili1r f':isci:inn, .xlllilllllll Casa-llzxs, l'l:u'rci1r': ilnn Iilzxkc, Yirginizi Illi-Ns, Ili-tty .lk'Ill1 lilizvnril :incl Dnzini- Vzlstlc, vluyvi- l'lmi'lL-tml, jvzin Flurk, VVznnl:1 Oils, l'ln'is Oun- lllnnnt. mini :mil llclpliinc funilml, Rfm' Tim: Rim' .S'1'.r .Xnilrcw liulinlik. Stanley llnrzcr. llulr liuone, Clark llfminnn, lfrnnk Funk, l'illKC!ll' Cnrtrigzlmt, Rntlx Fox, T'nt Cuznd, Jnlm Slmkic- llrzncks-tt, Mary liinrkiury, firzicc lii':uli:4l1, lla-tty liirslmin frxnn-. Ili-len Davis, Ruln-ri llnvis, Rivlmrml lilly mul Sllirlvy :xml Arlvnm- llruwll. livur. lfuru Tlzwr Mm' S:'7'1'l1'- lini lirmvn, Ng-lliv llrnnur, lfrzniccs liulwn, lluzltricc llurnliznn, Arlene Ih-ckcr, Maxine DQ-ckcr, 'Finn llc Marin, Mznrtlm llrnson, Rnnzxlrl llurns, Mnrin llnrn, llzimlil llnrt, Nancy lintclu-1' llnrlmzmm llcntun, Miko llcrsclm, Philip llc Vito, Doris lla-il :mil :mil l':inl lliltcmkm. l.vm14- Dirliz-r. lffm' lawn' limi' liiyllzt f llzmilul llyrnvs, VVilli:nn Caldwell. Dunne Camplmcll, Dura farlr, llill Du-wry, lk-My Lon Dnclmrmc, Ricliurzl Eckcllwrry, William Ifrq-mlnl':irlsmi.1icrziIrl l'1u'lsrm, jack Uzirlsuvi, Ronnlfl L':1rlsnn licklnnil. llnrlnn l':ClQSll'Ul1'l, Anna Eqnsicn, lVlnrgnr1-t Elias, :xml livrtrnzlc lfurncll. lim-nu Fc-jccllcnl and Charles Finch. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 43 10A STUDENTS Rim' Om' - Rma'Fi11e-- Rolsert Finglnntl, Bill lfisclxer, Delores Fisher, Joan Folsom. Vhzirles lleminwziy, ltlzwgziret llemingwny, Marjorie Heming- Jzmice Fowler, Arlene l'1I'Clll'lL'liS. Rose lfrencli. Darlene Frost way, Roh Henderson, Jnztnitzl Hemingway, Frank llenney, Mary zunl Garth Frost. Hess, Norma llill and Theoclore Hiller. Rum Two! Row Six- Ruth Gans, Derry Gihson, Joan Gillrertson, Elaine Goodman, Herbert Hilliker, llonnlzl llittle, Clayton llohson, Fretln llolt, john Grahmn. Genevieve Gray, Arthur Gretqinger, Jean Griggs Norman Horowitz, lletty House, Michael lloyclic, lrt-ne llrcsko :unl Alice Grinnell. anal Robert llurlfly. Now 'I'hn-c-- Row Seven- Thomns Gronenieyer. Thonlns Grove, Eunice Guthrie, Nvllllillll Eloise Hutchinson, Put Hutchinson, Riclmrml ljzunes, lletty Hxulclznl, Corrine Hull, llznrvey Hall, Robert llzill, Pat llal- Jackson, Maggie jzuues, Alvin jnrrett. fornelius jenkins. verson :intl John l'l1l1'lllS. Georgia Jewett :mtl Anita Jimos. Kimi Faure- Raw Eight- Russel llnrringfon, Esther Harris, Gerzxltl Harvey, June llaS- llenry Johnson, lsuiah Johnson, Rhelm johnson, joseph John- kell, Mzxrths Hawes, Tlicznlzts Playwoosl, Gloria. lleiflenclich, stun, Kenneth Johnston, Delores Innes, Mildred Jones, Alvinzl Ycrnor Heitlenreich :intl jutltl lltilllelllallfl. ,lurk and Fred Kalakay. 44 THE VIKING NORQSCOPE 101-X STUDENTS lfmi' Om' Mm' Ifivv- Mary .Xnn Kancra. Max Kaptnrv, Rulrcrt Katz, llcrnicc Kaza, llillic lNlacgrcgm'. l'at Markus, l'i-tv lllniu-los-i-11, llrvcrly Main. Rnlwrt K1-rr, XK':nnla Ki-wnrick. Dunalrl Kc-ywrmrtli, llonalrl Kvnns-th Malcitzkc. Marion Manning, lluminic lVInrciszcwski, lil-lliznn anrl Sue liirkcy. ,lark Marks anrl 'Finn Nlarqni-ss. lfmc' Tfiwr - Row Six -- jnniur liloc, Arllnlr Klein, Kcninftli Klcin, llcni Km-ip. Dc- Riclmaril Marquis. Mary Matthews, Alon Mains, Sninncr Manlc, lurm-s Kri-nlzfi-lnlt. Marion lirncgcr. Yirizinia linnla, Jose-pliinc Rolla-rt Mifnllungli. llc-rnaril lllclialligan. l"ranccs McGalli1,:aw, linzana anel .lack Lalmmlii-. llarulil Mclntyrc anfl Liniisinc Mclix-0. lfnrz' Tlrrm' - Irma' S1'1'1'1i- lClmlun Larmn. lri-nu Laslxy, Malrli: Lalting. llavc Lawrencc. fliarlrs Mrlivnziu, Darwin Mcliinscy, llarnlil lVll'lw2lll1l.ll, iilar K4-illl l,:Lwl'L-m'L'. lmis l.cL-, Tom lmv. Hi-nry lrcslliak :mil 1'lli'l' Mcrcrlitll, -lr., lfayl' Miflrllctfvn, Rullvrt lllill, Mariim Miller, llwalnu l.lQ.flllllIllllllll'l'. Sandy Millcr aml Russell Mills, lfnnf lfuizr - Rim' lfiyht - Virgina l.ili-y. l'al l.inmla-r. Ilunnic liink, lion l.luyil, Alice llurmliy Milay, ,lann-s Misrlili-r. Lillian Misckuw, Ann Mulfn, l,ni'lunann. Marion l.ongnnn'c, Ronald lauriclx, Mary Ann .lack Mrun'c, Rulmcrt Morey, Rirllarcl Mrn'gan, Stan Morrill anfl l.nL'zrk :Incl -IL-anm' Lyon:-. lytlllillll M01'ris. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FQRTYLFIVE 45 IDA STUDENTS Rim' Ollff Rim' Five- James Morrmv. VVayne Mortimer. Rnhcrt Mnwl. Fred lllueller. Jessie Reynolds. Roh Rhyne. Inhn Ringler, Marjorie Roberts. Alnan lllys-rick. Julius Nagy. Ann Xemitz, Mary Nesser anal Afllllll' Ruhinsnn, Keith Rohiimvn, jerry Rowland, lletty Rnmcr Betty Nietlerlxnnse. ansl Gloria Safer. Run' T700 - Row S1:.T4 Dale tlckernlan, Jack Oknniewski, Esther Olson, Roger Openn. liarl Sanders. Mary Sargent. lleraltl Sawatzki, Alex Schaffer. Gerald Ormiston. Frank Usaki, Duane Otto, Jack Palmer and Virginia Seharrer. llnn Sctrtieltl, Luis Seattnn. .lean Sessions antl llnnna Paulsen. Maxine Shnrt. Rim' Tl1I'l'l" Run' S!'T'PllA- Clair Peasley. Russ Peavey. lirlwarcl Penalxaker, lletty Pcrsall. VVilliam Shrine, Anlus Slntgars, Chester Simmnns, Virginia jnhn Picknick, lietty Pierce. Suzanne Pierce, Fred Pike anrl Sitko. Stephen Slezak, ltetty Sleger, linicl Slcxslwerg. Shirley Jim Pittsley. Sloslmerg and Geraldine Smith. Iftm' I"n11r--- Rim' Eight - lletty l'len'. lion I'linnIv. jogee Pratt, llarry Py:-Cher. lleen Robert Smith. XVilliam Smith. Rnsylincl Snicler. liill Snyder. Rally. luis Randall. Dallas Raymond, Helen Rerllick anil llnris Spencer, lirltlie Steele, -luclsnn Stevens. Luis Stewart anml lileanur Reinharrlt, Shirley Sten'art, 46 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE 10A STUDENTS lfnfc' Om' v Vinh-thx H4-l'11irvs Yojdm-k. .lurk XVJIMIIPY, Imac VV:1hlfurs. Rirh nk' Hugh Stnmpm-v't. I':11riL'i:x Strzulcl. I,1lI1'iCi2l Strrw, Utis Sh':1ziUI', XYHHX 5""l NUVIVB' u'5'H1H'l'- lfzxrl SMITH. Neil Suifvl, V:nh'iL'i:l Sllllivull, ICvHy Svinku and U Rulwll Suullsun. R'm'1'WU' ICU-lyvl XY:1n1lml1l. lrcm' Xvzlnlslvy, M:11'y1rL-llc xx7Ill'1l. Alum' Nvzlrgu Ix'mu7'1w f Nznry Ima- xy2ll'I't'II, lilxgulu- VV:xtts, Hl'l'1llIl VKX-iss, KQIIUIUIIIK lim-vm-1'ly Tzlljullick. llzlrulrl 'l':n5lm', Hulml 'l':lylnr, Ruth TL'1'tcx'. XVMN NWI D"1'i5 xvl'il'l'h" Iifhm 'l'i1utml. lhnmhl Titmux, Huyfl 'I'wm:m. Iflnyfl 'l'mnu:n1 :mul Iva 'l'm11Iinmn, Mm' Su' Shirlvy Vfhilc. XX':u'n-ll VYilv4, Rex Xvillizuusun, Hunluu Wil IW?" HW", ' lmlgldmy. Ulm-ml XYilIN, fhzwv XYilsm1, Juno XVilmu1, Murim Im- H4-rin Tmxnwml. jack 'I'r:nm1u. Vzmlim- 'I'1':u'illi:m, .Mzzxtlm VYilIL'IlHlll :xml 'lim XYi1tlmult. 'I'11n'l1n-villv, Ilm-lvn 'I'u1'm'iuk. Ya-1's!:l Tym-s, ,lulm 'I'yt:xr. ,lurk l'phm :mel Rmmlrl Yun llulllvr, lfmv .Skrwlf - A llick XYmulxx:u'4l. -lim XY:1igl11. .lnnu-N XYylin-, Mirlmm-l Yzwhrmin 'Um' lim", A XY:xltr1' York. llurl Ymlllg. ,lurk Ynumg. 'I'l1L-mlmv Ymlng. lilln liulwrt Yun Siclxlv. Shirlvy Yzxllvy, Maris- XYKTIIIOIIC, Ilcluru Zin-I :uul lin-mwtll Zyhcr. JUNE NINETEEN HU-NDRED FURTY-FIVE 47 10B STUDENTS These. sophomores are certainly doing OK for themselves. Although strangers to Northern and Northern's way, they hopped right to it and as the first project of their high school career elected Rienhold Ruppel as lUB president, Ben Gielig for vice-president, Geraldine Culver, class secretary and William Deneen, lUB treas- urer. Remember how the poor February graduates always complained about getting left out so much? Well, the lUB's are in the same boat this year. You seo, jim, their pictures don't appear in this year's Noroscope because they entered in the middle of the year-unfortunately after the photographer had taken all underclass pic- tures. We tried everything to get their pictures taken, but it just couldn't be done. We'll try to make it up to them next year, but for now all we can do is list their names. james Addison, jim Alexander, Mary Lou Al- len, William L. Alley, Betty Alverson, Dale Amy, Daniel Anas, Emma Anders, Paulyanna Ander- son, Oliver james Arthur, jo Ann Baker, Virginia Baker, Donna Mae Baldwin, Barbara Ballard, Thomas Ballard, Ruth Baur, William Bayne, Arthur Beamer, Richard Bean, Agnes Beechie, Lillian Benjamin, Robert Benjamin, Marilyn Be- noit, joan Bibber, Betty jean Bird, Betty jane Blackburn, Robert Blanckaert, Lola Blunt, june Bower, jim Bowles, Irene Brache, jack Brady, Robert Brondt, Thelma Brown, Robert Burgess, Bill Burgett and William Burns. Pete Buterakas, Mary jo Cameron, David Campbell, Lorraine Carpenter, Leo Carrothers, 'William Carver, Helen Casselman, Eloise Christenson, ,Grace Clemors, Barbara Coffron, Wanda Coleman, Evelyn Convis, Bob Cooke, Donald Coulter, Arthur Crampton, Elizabeth Crook, james Csiki, Betty Csversko, Collenn Cul- kone, Geraldine Carver, Eugene Cummings, Betty Curnow, George Dady, johnallan Daniels, Doris Davis, Tony Delgado, William Deneen, Dorothy Denton, Lynn Dingman, Elaine Dona- hue, Carolyn Douglas, Betty Douglass, Roose- velt Duckett, Ruby Dudley, james Dubay, Wanda Dunbar, Marion Dunekind, Gerald Dur- ham, Rose Dusham and Leah Dyer, Nargis Eashoo, Verne Eneix, Helen Erickson, Duane Evans, jack Farbar, Marion Farnoff, Wil- liam Fechik, Lois Felax, Olga Ferchak, Virginia Ferguson, jesse Fielden, Shirley Fifield, Agnes Filpansik, Alice Fleming, janis Forker, Donald Foster, Margaret Fraser, Rogene Fultz, john Ga- larno, Stella Gan, Donald Gebhardt, Edith Gib- son, Kenneth Gideon, Ray Gillard, Benjamin Gillig, Bill Ginger, jarold Goodman, joseph Goulash, Shirley Grant, Marion Gremske, Shir- ley Gustin, George Gyonkas, Robert Hall, Helen Hamilton, Palmer Hampton, Harold Harris, Alex Harrison, Betty Hartman, janet Hassett and Charles Hayes. Mary Haynes, Florence Henderson, Shirley Henson, Eldon Herblet, La Marr Higgins, Thomas Hipkins, Louise Hnilica, Wayne Hoff- meyer, William Hogan, Frederick Hollaway, Marial Hughes, Betty Hultguist, Geraldine Hunn, Barbara Hunter, Frank Husak, Bill Husted, Celia Huston, joann Hutchin'on, Elsie lce, Ron- ald lves, Harry jacobs, julius jacobs, Doris jales, Wilma james, Gerry johnson, Dorothy johnson, Betty jones, janet jones, Rudolph jones, Mary Lou Kachmer, Betty Ketchen, Howard Ketner and Glen Kietzman. Edward Kincaid, Keith Klinert, Don Knop, Dale Koons, Anna Kowalazyk, Carl Kullberg, Marie LaBoskey, Doris Lake, Richard Lampson, Stcnley Langdon, Bill Laughlin, Edsel Lawrence, Arline LeBlane, Edwin LeClair, Harry Long- house, Marcella Logan, Edward Lorence, Ed- win Lorenz, Ida May Luckado, Lois Mann, Frances Massimino, Robert McBride, Earl Mc- Cormick, Lorraine McDonald, Fred McGee, jack McGinnis, Zelma McLeod, Marilyn Mackey, Frank Marzardo, johnny Markland, Helen Mar- zonie, Dick Mathes, Minnie Matton, Billy May- nard, Romona Meggison, Don Metiva, Betty Ann Meissinger, David Middleton, George Milne, Mildred Moore, Sylvester Moore, Anna Lou Mor- gan, Florence Morin, Katherine Morris, Mar- garet Morrisette and jean Morse. Gwendolyn Mott, Annie Murray, Gay Myers, john Myers, Anne Nagayda, Marion Navarre, Lorraine Nelson, Walter Nelson, Bertha jean Newbert, Dwayne Newmcn. Dale Olds, Marjorie Pafford, Vrond Patterson,VDanny Pavich, Wil- liam Petrides, Nancy Phinney, Evelyn Porter, Nathan Prime, Chole Proper, jerry Psenski, Alice Ptaszinski, Arlene Pyteraf, Bobby Racz, Doris Rage, Lillian Rawls, Kenneth Raymond, Eliza- beth Reeves, Ronald Riley, Romoyne Rivara, joe Roberts, Olivia Robinson, Dan Roda, Delores Ronaldson, William Ross, Marvin Rossi, Patricia Roush, Sally Ruddell, Barbara Rudland, Henry Ruble, Rienhold Rupple, Patricia Sabourin, Peter Saidoo, Castella Sasseen, Lou Scharfer, Adam Schmieder and Marilyn Schreiner. Eugene Scott, Roberta Scott, Nancy Scovill, Audrey Scriven, Shaheen Shaheen, Clyde Shan- ahan, Bernard Sheetz, james Sherwood, Mar- garet Shields, Helen Shorts, Thelma Shrebel, Dorothy Slosser, Albert Smith, Bernard Smith, Norman Spagnolly, Russell Spencer, Gayle Stewart, Bob Stokes, lna Mae St. Pierre, Leo Sugar, Maxine Tackabury, james Talifer, Rich- ard Taylor, james Terhune, Ray Thomas, Doris Toles, Richard Toohey, Glen Toombs, Virginia Tooney, Laura Trego, Mamie Trego, Dorothy Trigger, Beverly Tucker, Edmund Tucker, Ralph Underwood, joyce Valley, Shirley Vaughan and Mary Vanover. Radvy Vukovich, Robert Walther, Stanley Walton, Alvin Ward, Rufus Washington, Pa- tricia Wasielewski, jennie Wepp, Dolores Whit- man, Clara Williams, Clyde Williams, john Wil- liams, Elizabeth Williams, Duane Witter, joan Woodward, Donna Woodrich, George Wright, Michael Yharra, Charles Young, Marjorie Young, George Zarichny and Delores Zelazny. 48 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE 'li r Q ". :'2I::- tx . 35215 " biz. :'.ffEEQESE55:,5g.,'IEIQEE f- X - Lf- . cipal. Our Commanders-Seen here, there and everywhere about school are these four people who are responsible for the fine spirit and system at Northern. They are left to right, Otto Norwalk, Principal, Guy Houston, Dean of Boys, Miss Frances Lyon, Dean of Girls, and Miss Wealthy Hillier, Assistant Prin- THE ADMINISTRATIONS AND COUNSELORS Of course, you remember O. F. Norwalk. With his many duties as principal he still finds time to take an active interest in the school's various activities. You won't find a more avid fan than he at any football game and although his hair is more gray than when you saw him last he is busier than ever before. Mr. Norwalk is still the friendly man you knew when you were at Northern, always there when you need his help most and always working for you and everyone. Miss Wealthy Hillier, too, still arranges those programs which take up most of her time and then some. She has more headaches than ever because of the various problems presented her by students with troubles and there's always .someone waiting to see her. We guess "A womans work is never done" was written by Excuse or Not?-Yes, these are the people who have the diHiA cult task of keeping track of attendance and adjusting your trials and tribulations. They are left to right, top row, Louis Schulz, Miss Margaret Powell 103, Roy Knight, Miss Blanche Terry IOA, someone who had a person like Miss Hillier in mind. We know you haven't forgotten Guy House ton, Dean of Boys. He is a man who really knows students and is not only an advisor, but a very good friend to all fellows. lt was Mr. Houston to whom you turned when you didn't know what to do about enlisting in the service, wasn't it? His experience with boys in the athletic field has given him the very best qualifications. Northern still couldn't get along without its class counselors who are always ready and willing to help us in any way. Yes, they're still issuing unexcused absences and calling par- ents. Remember the time when on your way to the roller rink you met your counselor after a day's absence due to a sprained ankle. lt was a bit awkward, wasn't it? Lester Ehrbright, Mrs. Harriet Latimer lllt, Merle Henry, Miss Lucy Dillon 11A, Herman Steele, Mrs. Lura Brewer 12B, Gene Riccelli, Miss Donna McCaughna l2A. 50 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Row One: Mrs. Genevieve Abbott Commercial RS. Western College of Education Mrs. Elizabeth Alexander Commercial B.S. Michigan State Normal Mrs. Eula Benoit Language A.B.: M. A. University of Michigan Crandal Bisbee Science A.M.: M. A. University ot' . Michigan Row Two: Miss Ann Bohlen Science AB. University of Nebraska M. A. University of Michigan Mrs. Lura Brewer Home Economics TLS. Michigan State Clyde Brock Science and Math. TLS. Michigan State Teachers College Mrs. Marion Brooks Physical Education ILS. Michigan State Run' Three: Mrs. Dorothy Brown History and Civics li. A. Kalamazoo College M.A. University of Michigan Miss Dorothy Carver Home Economics ILS. Stout Institute Ralph Cates Science ILS. Alma College Miss Ima Chambers Commercial M.S. Denver University Row Four: Willfred Crissman Industrial Arts l3,S. Kansas Teachers College Mrs. Anita Crust Dramatics and Social Studies B.S. Central Michigan, University of Vermont, Mich- igan State LeRoy Daniels Vocal Music Groups B.M. Illinois Wesleyan University M.M. University of Michigan Lynn Depree Science and Pre-Bight M.A.: M.S. University of Michigan f Row Five: Miss Lucy Dillon Language - B.A. University ot' Minnesota ,Miss Margaret Eggers ' Commercial - B.S. Michigan State Normal Lester Ehrbright - Mathematics A.B. Adrian , Miss Marguerite Farmer ' .Mathematics . - . A.B., University of Michigan Row Six: Mrs. Ruhamah Frances English ' ' RS. Central State 'Tcacliers College of Mo. 2 ' V Mrs. Mary Kay Fraser 'i English ' ' .1 - A.T4. Drury College, M.A. ' University of Michigan Mrs. Dorothy Harvey Language and English A.B. Alma College Clarence Haynes lndustrial Arts . M.A. University of Michigan Raw Seven : Merle Henry Industrial Arts TLS. Western State Teachers College M.A. University of Michigan Mrs. Elizabeth Hurst English M.A. Northwestern, M.A. Columbia Miss Vivian Jeand'heur 'Physical Education B.S. Michigan State Normal M.A. University of Michigan Miss Phyllis johnson English and Social Studies A.B. Wooster, Ohio Row Eight : ' Roy Knight Commercial A l M.A. Columbia University Stanley Kuick Science B.A. Beloit College of Wisconsin Mrs. Hildur Kull Commercial A.B. Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn. Mrs. Harriet Latimer English A.B. Northern State Teachers College Raw N ine: Reverend Ralph Lindsay Bible Literature Miss Veva Lowes Social Studies B.A. Michigan State, MIA. Columbia University Miss Donna McCaughna English - A.B. University of Michigan Mrs. Mary Miller Home Economics . B.S. Michigan State JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 51 Row One: William Minardo Physical Education B.S. University of Notre Dame Raymond Nash - English A.B. Central Michigan College of Education Clarence Newcombe lndustrial Arts HS. Stout University Miss Margaret Powell English A.R. Central Michiganl College of Education R010 Two! Mrs. Magdalene Rhodes English - A.B. North Central lllinois, M.A. Columbia University Gene Riccelli . lndustrial Arts TLS. Stout University Miss Mary jane Schreur Mathematics A.B. Central Michigan College V of Education, University of Michigan M rs, Myra Schultz Language e B.A. East Texas State Teachers College Row Three: Louis Schulz Journalism B. Ed. Plattville State Teachers Evart Scott Public Speaking and Debate A.B.g M.A. University of Michigan Mrs. Grace Sherman Social Studies A.B. Kalamazoo College Basil Sims Industrial Arts A.B.g M.A. University of - Michigan . Row Four: Bernard Smith Instrumental Music Ph.B. DePaul University Mrs. Grace Smith Social Studies M.A. University of Wisconsin Herman Steele I Social Studies A.B. Indiana University A.M. Columbia University Carl Stelter Science A.B. Western State Teachers College M.A. Michigan State Row F ive : Mrs. Adele Sundberg Calculating B. of Ed. Whitemater State Teachers College Miss Blanche Terry Mathematics A.B. Michigan State Normal M rs. Elizabeth Thompson English Miss Louise Tobey Commercial l5.S.: B.C.S. Michigall State Normal Row Six: Mrs. Nelda Topolka Public Speaking A.B. University of Michigan M rs. Gertrude Velguth Art Music?Art Western State Teachers College Merton Vincent Science A.B. Central Michigan College of Education M.A. University of Michigan Miss Gretchen Walz Mathematics A.B. University of Michigan Row Seven: Mrs. Gladys Westcott Social Studies A.B. University of Michigan Charles Zeilinger Industrial Arts B.S. Stout Institute Mrs. Beth Dowding Textbook Clerk M iss Donna Perrine Librarian Row Eight: M iss Isobel Riggs Secretary Miss Betty Rowland Financial Secretary Mrs. Vera Sinnott Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Fannie Van Guilder Fee Secretary 52 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE we xx With crowds cheering-A packed Atwood Stadium provides a setting for this picture of the Viking football players as they run out on the field for the Thanksgiving Day fracas. Typical of the Coaches-Pictured below are the headmen who led Viking teams toward good sportsmanship. Left to right, top row, Les Ehrbright, varsity football. golf Coach and athletic managerg Joe Grady, assistant football coachg Merle Henry, tennis coaclig Guy Houston, head football coach and golf coach: Stan Knick, assistant football strong support given to the team by the Norse rooters was the large turn-outs for games both at home and outside the city. coach mul track cozichg VVilliam Minardo, intramural coachg Tom Potter, sophomore football and varsity baseball coachg and Carl Stelter, equipment custodian, SUlYl'l0Ill0l'C basketball and varsity baseball coach. 54 THE VIKING NOR OSCOPE FOOTBALL OFFICERS Guy Houston ......................... Coach Stan Kuick, loe Grady ...... Assistant Coaches Les Ehrbright .......,...,... Faculty Manager Dominic Tomasi, Frank Csapo ............... 'Honorary Co-Captains Bud Amy, Frank Henny, Ted Marzonie, and Carl Thomas. . . g . .Managers VARSITY LETTERMEN 1 T4-NX fig? Harry Allis lack Calcagno William Churchill Frank Csapo Garth Frost Earle Godby Charles Hamilton Bill Hudson Gene Iacobs Don Kuick Stan Kuick, lr. Robert LaRoche lay Watkins lohn Miloy Alfred McCombs Lorein Natzke George Serenbetz Frank Thomas Dominic Tomasi RESERVE LETTERMEN George Ananich Dick Blaize Tom Laj ewski Paul Lazar Oct. Oct. Octl Nov Nov Nov. Nov l3-Arthur Hill .... 20-'Bay City .... 27-Saginaw ,... . 3-Owosso ....... l0-Pontiac ...... 18-Benton Harbor 23-Flint Central. Lawrence Blunt Eugene Mason Gerald Buifey Herb Woodrich Sam Cox Sam McKee Donald Czachorski Lawrence Mead lim Essa Tom Milne Frank Grimske Fred Newman limmy Hicks Fred Pike lames Strozier SCHEDULE Date Opponent Northern Opp. Sept. 29-Lansing ...... ..... l 3 28 Varsity Football-Pictured below are the members of the 1944 varsity football team: bottom row, left to right, ,lay Watkins, Tom Milne, jim Hicks, Jim Essa, Gerald Butfey, Eugene Mason and Don Kuickg second row, Bill Churchill, Frank Thomas, Bill Hudson, Dominic Tomasi, Stan Kuick, Jr., Frank Csapo, Harry Allis, George Serenbetz and Earle Godbyg third row, Jim Strozier, Sam McKee, ' .,., - . ,ilb'f'f.a With the close of they 1944 football season, .the high school iootball careers for seyeral Vikings were ended. Each of these seniors has been a varsity letterman, except lim Strozier who re- ceived a reserve letter. Included in the list of veteran players who will not beat Northern for the 1945 season are: Harry Cooper, Bob Lawrence, George Serenbetz, Stan Kuick, lr., Frank Csapo, Dominic Tomasi, Bill Churchill, Lorein Natzke, Bill Hudson, lay Watkins and lim Strozier. One hundred football games have been won by Viking teams coached by Guy Houston since football has been played at Northern. The Ben- ton Harbor game marked this achievement. Coach Houston has certainly proved himself to be one oi the greatest personalities in Norse- men history. ' Charlie Hamilton, John Miloy, Frank Grimske, Ned Newman, .Don Czachorski, Garth Frost, Jack Calcagno, Alfred McCombs, Eugene Jacobs and Harry Cooperg top row, Clarence Ruppel, Bob La Roche, Paul Lazar, Fred Pike, Lorein Naztke, Sam Cox, Paul'Walters, Larry Mead, George Ananich, Shirley Austin, Herb Woodrich, Dick Blaize and Tom Lajewski. ' " -,Slug i' JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 55 HONORARY SELECTIONS All State-Dominic Tomasi, right guard. All Valley-Dominic Tomasi, right guard. All CityfStan Kuick, lr., center, Don Kuick, right half-back, Dominic Tomasi, right guard and captain, Harry Allis, right tackle, lay Wat- kins, left half-back, and Frank Csapo, left guard. HONOR At the beginning of the football season, Bob Lawrence suffered a dislocated collar bone which prevented his playing at all during the season. Many fans had predicted that Bob would become a member of the allstate team, and the loss of him as half-back caused a defi- nite dent in the team's effectiveness. Besides being a triple-threat man, Bob had earned seven letters with a potential two more coming up. Despite the fact that Bob's injury has prevented his participation in sports, he has encouraged Viking teams from the side-lines and has taken the important position of sopho- more baseball coach for the l945 season. ln addition to the inspiration given by Bob, the team Was encouraged by Dominic Tomasi and the other veteran players. Since receiving honors by being selected for Viking football squad have left Northern, and others will leave. Dominic Tomasi, outstanding right guard, re- ceived state-Wide acclaim for his Work on the gridiron. He was unanimously selected as the most valuable player on the field at the Turkey Day game. At present Dominic is attending the University of Michigan, Where he has earned the second-base position on the baseball team. Both Kuick boys, Stan, Ir. and Don, will leave Northern at the close of the term to accompany their father to Midland Where he will coach. Stan, lr. Will graduate in lune and would have left the center position vacant anyway, but Don has one more year of high school and would have been outstanding as right half-back next season. Frank Csapo, after also spending a semester on the basketball team, joined the Navy and is carrying the ball for Uncle Sam. lay Watkins will graduate in lune, and his plans lie with the armed forces. Harry Allis is an underclassman and will re- turn next fall. During his first season out for football, Harry did outstanding work and man- aged to earn a varsity letter and was named to the honorary teams, several members of theinthe all-city team. Gridders in a-ction-Scenes from thC4Tl13l1kSglVi1lg Dzry game are shown rn the pictures below. George berenbetz lunges m to reach e Tri ri 1 rier 1 fur sou comes u or ta kle n th bel.ll-c.r ,Blll L pf the c ,ad Frank Csapo closes up in the upper left-hand corner. In the upper right-hand picture Duke Godhy is running to catch a pass which became incnmplete. Tn the lower left-hand picture Jay Watkins is caught on the run by Tribesman Don Cummings. In the lower right-hand Stan Kuick snares a pass, while John Johnson of Central attempts the tackle. 56 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE s Qt Jx ' in V ,is,:,,.a, ' ' K if A Q.. - Litt'e Vikfngs-From the sophomore football teams has come :i majority of the lettermen. The 1944 sophomore team brought out several promising players. Pictured above are: front row, left to right. Robert Boone, Ed Kalakay, Chet Simmons, Tom De Maria and Rex Williamson: second row, Dick Woodward, Jim Creamer, Charles Gossel, Gerald Gratton, Bill Fisher, Gordon VVilIoughby, Andrew SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Owosso 20 Northern O M. S. D. 20 Northern U Saginaw Eastern 20 Northern U Pontiac 18 Northern 12 Lapeer 21 Northern U Corunna 12 Northern 6 St. Michael's Z8 Northern 6 OFFICERS Tom Potter ......,... i ...,... .... C oach Bob Beaudry, Ioe Taylor, Dick Benzing ........... Managers ROSTER OF PLAYERS Robert Boone Clark Bowman Ronald Burns Clarence Castle Dick Clark Iim Creamer Tom De Maria Bill Fisher Charles Gossel Gerald Gratton Iudd Heineman Bob Henderson Ed Kalakay Charles Lee Ken Maleitzke Dave McNeill Andrew Nelson lack Palmer Bob Peterson Don Pound Chet Simmons Bill Snyder Ed Steele Iames Webb Rex Williamson Gordon Willoughby Dick Woodward Iack Young Nelson, Bob Henderson and Bill Snyder: third row, Ronald Burns, ltob Peterson, Clarence Castle, Ken Maleitzke, Jack Young, Dick Clark, ,Tack Palmer and Judd Heineman: fourth row, Clark Bow- man, Dave McNeill, Don Pound, Charles Lee, Ed Steele and James Webb. VARSITY. SUMMARY The 1944 Viking football season was hit by bad luck even before the first game. Bob Law- rence, all-valley half-back in 1943, was pre- vented from playing football by a dislocated shoulder. This blow seriously affected the team's morale and in their first game they were decisively beaten by Lansing Eastern. The rest of the season was a series of ups and downs. Good showings were made against Arthur Hill, Bay City, Saginaw and Benton Harbor, but the rest of the games were not truly representative of Northern ability. For the first time a Northern squad abandoned the traditional Notre Dame box formation. Coach Guy Houston introduced the newly pop- ular T-formation in an effort to provide a pow- erful, yet simple offense. With speed an essential for the new formation the weight of the offense fell on Earle Godby and Iay Watkins. Supporting them from the fullback spot was either Garth Frost or Shorty McCombs. When an opposing line proved too strong the team took to the air with either Don Kuick or Frank Csapo doing the heaving from the quar- terback spot. On the receiving end were the backfield men and flankers, Stan Kuick, Lorein Natzke and Frank Thomas. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 57 I as . ' I I X I s w' 4 BASKETBALL OFFICERS Coach ................,........ Les Ehrbright Don Kelly, Ray Berry. . .Honorary Co-captains Dale Blackmer, Dale Hauglie and Dick Benzing ........................ Managers VARSITY LETTERMEN Don Kelly Robert Henderson Ray Berry Robert Wolfe Gene Cheesebro Bill Hubbard Don Kuick Iames McQueen Garth Frost George Ananich RESERVE LETTERMEN lim Creamer Sylvester Moore Roy Orr Robert Rickard Iack Farber Neil Krantz SCHEDULE I Opponents Opp. North. Dec. 8-Port Huron ..., .. I3 23' Dec. I5-Saginaw ..4.. .. 37 33 Dec. 22-Pontiac .... .. 24 29 Ian. 5-Bay City ....... . . 28 40 Ian. 9'-Flint Central .... . . 30 26 Ian. I6-Owosso ......, . . 24 34 Ian. l9f-Arthur Hill .... . . 39 29 Ian. 25-Pontiac ,.... . . 42 47 Feb. 2-Saginaw .... .. 45 40 Feb. 9--Bay City ...... .. 28 39 Feb. I3-Flint Central .... . . 34 38 Feb. 20-Owosso ...... . . 42 6l Feb. 23-Arthur Hill .... . . 26 38 March 2-Iackson ......... . . 28 30 March 5AFlint Central ........ 26 36 March 8-Lansing Eastern ..... 29 39 March 9-Arthur Hill .......... 38 30 Northerns cagers Won I2 games and lost 5 during a season which took us a little time to find ourselves. The offensive record was 36.7 points per game scored against the opponent, While our defensive record was 31.3 points per game. Six varsity lettermen Will not return for basket- ball service next season. They are: Don Kelly, Ray Berry, Gene Cheesebro, Robert Wolfe, Bill Hubbard and lim McQueen. It is our hope that the promising undergrads can fill the shoes of these valuable players. Carl Kullber Leo Su ar g g Sophomores Garth Frost and Robert Hender- Tack Moore foe Wmgo son showed up so well on the court that they Paul Zofchak were made varsity lettermen. hCilty Champis-1:Metttibersh of Flilnt VltlIc1rfher11's basketball scguacl, Jim McQueen and Roh Henrlcrstm. The squad was coached by Les w 'c capturer t ir ourt straigit imanger trop y, are: ront - -Y , 1' - , - NHL, Bill Hubbarj, Gene Cheesebm, Hub wyolfe, Ray Berry, Don I'.hrbrif,ht, who has led X :king basketball teams to three successive Kelly and Dun Kuickg back row, George Ananich, Garth Frost, city championships during his three years of coaching at Northern. 58 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE .A -SX Future Letterman?-Under the leadership of 4Carl Stelter, sev- eral boys have been developed for future varsity material. The reserve hasketliall team is as follows: front row, left to Jack Farber, Paul Zofchak, Jim Creamer, Leo Sugar, joe Wlfiggdi RESERVE BASKETBALL OFFICERS Carl Stelter ........................... Coach Richard Toohey, Fred Bennetts ....... Manager ROSTER OF PLAYERS lim Creamer Gusty Orr lack Farber Bob Rickard Carl Kullberg Leo Sugar lack Moore loe Wargo Sylvester Moore Paul Zofchak This list of reserve players comprised the re- serve team at the end of the season. Eleven other boys participated on the team at various times during the season and played in several games. The sophomore team was composed of the sophomore members of the reserve squad. RESERVE SCHEDULE Saginaw Eastern ..... 24 Northern ...... 25 Pontiac .............. 19 Northern ...... 23 Bay City ...,.,.,..... 21 Northern ..,... 21 Flint Central .,....... 28 Northern ...,.. 33 Owosso .......,..... 14 Northern ..t... 37 Saginaw Arthur Hill. . . 30 Northern ...,. . 26 Pontiac .........,.... 22 Northern ...... 31 Saginaw Eastern ..... 28 Northern ...... 26 Bay City ............. 28 Northern ...... 13 Flint Central .......... 24 Northern ...... 28 Hoover .............. 25 Northern ...... 32 Owosso ............. 17 Northern ...... 23 Saginaw Arthur Hill, . 35 Northern ..,... 28 Flint Central .......... 16 Northern ...... 25 SOPHOMORE SCHEDULE Hoover .............. 10 Northern ...... 28 M. S. D.. .. .... 19 Northern. . . . .. 28 M. S. D.. . . .... 25 Northern .... . . .27 M S. D.... .... 24 Northern...'... 23 M. S. D.. .. ......... 26 Northern. . . . .. 35 JUN and Richard Tuohey, managerg back row, Fred Bennetts, manager, Jack Moore, Carl Kullberg, Sylvester Moore, Rob Rickard, Gusty Orr and Coach Stelter. A VARSITY SUIVIIVIARY Coach Les Ehrbright's third season as basket- ball coach was a noteworthy one in several ways. Besides taking the Wildanger trophy and winning ten out of fourteen games during the regular season, the team finally defeated Arthur Hill after ten consecutive losses in past years. This in itself was enough to make the season a successful one. The team started out slowly but improved as the season wore on. At first little emphasis was placed upon speed, but when Saginaw out- raced us twice the necessity for fast playing be- came evident. Mr. Ehrbright did much experimenting with different combinations of players and several of the fellows played in different positions. Don Kelly saw service as center until Gene Cheese- bro became eligible at mid-season. He then al- ternated between forward and guard. Playing steadily all the time, he was the team's leading scorer. A Behind him in scoring was Ray Berry, who did not get started until he was shifted from guard to forward half-way through the season. To fill the vacancy left by Berry, Bill Hubbard was placed at guard, after starting the season as o forward. Completing the most effective combina- tion was Don Kuick at the other guard. Kuick was promoted to first string when Frank Csapo graduated. . . Besides Saginaw no team managed to beat Northern twice, and only Central and Arthur Hill managed to do it' once. f E NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 59 HONORS All State ..........,... .... D on Kelly All Valley ..,,................,.... Don Kelly All Valley Second Team ,........... Ray Berry Alternating between forward and guard, Don Kelly earned himself a reputation as one of the leaders on the Viking basketball squad. Don continually showed unusually good work and became one of the high-point men in the valley. The largest number of points earned by a Viking player was another of Don's achievements. Ray Berry also showed outstanding work on the basketball court and earned a position on the all valley second team. Both Ray and Don were elected honorary captains of the squad at the annual basketball banquet. Capturing a fourth Wildanger city champion- ship trophy, mentor Les Ehrbright and his team achieved another honor for Northern. This tro- phy is awarded to the team securing three suc- cessive city championships, and Coach Ehr- bright managed to do this during the three years he has been varsity basketball coach. Coin- cidental has been the manner in which these three city championships have been won. ln each year the first game of the series with Flint Central was won by the lndians. The Vikings took the second game, making it necessary that a third game be played. ln all cases the Norse- men won these last two games. During the sea- son it became necessary for the games to be played at the LMA. auditorium, since Emerson's gym could not accommodate the large turnouts. Eor the final NorthernfCentral tiff, the l.M.A. was filled to capacity with a record crowd. Cagers at Emerson-In tlic picture :it the loft In-low lfmtik kknpo nizumgr-Q tu tzikc flu- luill :muy frmu svvvral llziy Pity czigcrs on an 1'i-lumiul uliili- limi Kr-lly stzuimls lwy. At ilu- upper right flu-vrlr-:uli-rs Cyrus Luzxu' :intl Ilzillzis l't-fry le-:ul Yiking fzms in Il COACHES Excellent coaching has been the keynote for Viking successes in the past. Only after a great deal of time and energy has been spent in trainf ing the players can a team hope to have victory. Les Ehrbright has led the Viking cagers, and has made basketball an important sport. Pro- ducing potential lettermen was Carl Stelter, basketball reserve and baseball reserve coach, who was also equipment custodian. Merle Henry was tennis coach for the l944 season. ln traditional manner, Guy Houston coached the gridders and succeeded in attaining one-hun- dred Viking victories. Stan Kuick and loe Grady served as assistant football coaches, and in the spring Mr. Kuick acted as coach for the track team. Tom Potter was sophomore football coach and baseball coach. William Minardo spurred intramural competition and attained recognition as intramural coach. Golf was again played at Northern and was coached by Mr. Houston and Mr. Ehrbright. CHEER LEADERS Leading the fans to verbal support of the teams are the cheer-leaders. Without these pepf getters, any fray would seem incomplete and dull. Under the direction of Bernard Smith, the cheer-leaders have done a great deal to in- spire the crowds to hearty cheering at all the games. During the past year the squad has consisted of several excellent leaders. They are: Harold Pintar, Dallas Perry, Edward loseph, lim Pagels, Ed Knopf and Cyrus Lazar. Clin-cr, lmxwi' right flcumgt- Aiizinicli prclmrcs tu take :i shut :lt the XYulves' liziskct :is limi lit-lly :mtl limi Kuick ltr:-:ik in t L-mm-1' :i pussililc rclmmnisl. 60 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE VARSITY LETTERMEN Harry Allis Don Kuick 1, M.: . . I-u 'UV' F' Eg M fi, ,,h.,,,.. 1944 BASEBALL OFFICERS Tom Potter .................. ....... C oach Donald Hon, Bernard Opila ...... .i. .Managers .-'F-mt, i' 4 SOPHOMORE BASEBALL OFFICERS Carl Stelter ........................... Coach ROSTER OF PLAYERS Chester Bednarski Harry Cooper Wilfred Deslardin Marty Hansen Art Harper Robert Lawrence Lawrence Meade Lorein Natzke Leo Rozyla Larry Soldan Dominic Tomasi Richard Topham Waldo Weller Ray Zbiciak George Ananich Ray Berry Willie Elzy Bill Handlin Kenneth Hope Burton lackson Tom Lajewski Robert Peterson Bob Rickard Kenneth Sanborn Frank Trigger loe WisriiAews'ki't 1944 SCHEDULE Carmen 4 Northern 8 Millington 7 Northern V 2 All Saints O Northern 20 Davison 5 Northern 6 St. Mary's l Northern l2 St. Mary's 3 .Northern l Carmen 0 Northern 2 St. Michael's 10 Northern 9 Flint Central U Northern 4 Flint Central l Northern l 7 Dye 8 Northern 3 Flint Central 7 Northern ' 8 During the past year the managers at North- Tom Milne 1944 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Northern Opp. April 17-Beecher .... . . . 4 U May l-Lapeer ........ .. 12 U May 2-Flint Central ..... . 3 6 May 9-Bay City ...... . 4 3 May 16-Flint Central .... . 6 2 May 27--Flint Central .... . U 5 May 29-Saginaw ...,. . 8 0 May 29-Saginaw ...... . 5 3 May 31-Pontiac ...... . l 6 Iune l-Flint Technical ...... . 2 O SUMMARY Won-7 Lost-3 Offensive Record Defensive Record 4.8 points per game 2.2 points per game Total Points Opponents-22 Northern-48 Tied Saginaw Valley Championship with Flint Central and Pontiac 1945 SCHEDULE Carl Stelter, Varsity Coach Bob Lawrence, Sophomore Coach NORTH. oPP. April l7-Beecher ,..,.. .... - - April 20-Arthur Hill ....... - .- April 24-Pontiac ............ -- - April 27-Saginaw Eastern.. . - - May 4-Arthur Hill ......... - A - May 8- Bay City ..... May ll-Central. . . . May 15-Pontiac ...... May 18 May 22 May 29 -Bay City .... +Flint Tech.. . . . May 24- Central ........... Saginaw Eastern .... +- A . - .M Under Coach Stelter's leadership the Viking sophs won eight and lost four games. Several of the sophomores have become regulars on the 1945 varsity squad. 'MANAGERS . . A group of boys necessary tothe effective promotion of sports at Northern are the mana- gers. These managers are present everyday at practice and travelwith the .teams to all games, It is their duty to keep-the locker roomsand equipment in order and to assist' in the care of players. These managers check equipment, give rub-downs, treat minortcuts and bruises, and aid the players in any possible way. ,- ern have been: football, Frank Henny, Bud Amy, Carl Thomas, Ted Marzonie, ide Taylor, --Bob Beaudry and Dick Benzing, basketball,"Dale Blcckmer, Dale Hvauglie, Dick Benzing, Fred Bennetts and'Richard Tooheyy basketball, Don Hon and Bernard Opila, track, Ed Knopf, Gerald Colby ,Alfred Davis, and golf, Art Wood. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 61 VARSITY LETTERMEN 1 , X A +5h5sws 5 E Q .:::,1:2 :.2A ,1,, ,. K , f ,Y Y lv 8 1 .fqy 752 A lxfv I ,., A . kdmlygt TRACK OFFICERS Stan Kuick ........,........... ..... C oach Ed Knopf, Gerald Colby, Allred Davis .....,............,. Manager Dick Blaize lay Watkins Henry Royster Ray McLeod Earle Godby Bob Belanger Bill Churchill Alfred McComb: Archie Morrison Bob Henderson Bond. French lack Smith Francis Proctor Bob Wolte RESERVE LETTERMEN Charles Hamilton Bud Crane Walt Cfreeson Ray Paul Frank Price Sam Cox Dallas Perry Alfonso Brady Don Heikkinen Kenneth Eavy Albert O'Kazins Benny Williams M. WW 2, n X I is-l sw .- :-s.::s:.:.:::::2:""' .Ml X ... k , i w:-:iv-V-1 - A .N SCHEDULE Date Opponent April 21-Saginaw Eastern ,.... 52 April 27- Owosso and Opp. North, 52 Bay City ......,....... 46, lU 74 May 24Flint Central .... ..... 2 5 79 May 5-Arthur Hill ..... . . . BU 44 May l84Pontiac and Central .........,..... 48?6, 3495 47345 May 23fCentral Sophomoresf . 49 5l May 9-M. S. DR' ....,......... 55 48 'The sophomore team played the last two games. SUMMARY Won-3' Lost-3 Tie-l City Championship Did not enter regionals or state meet on account of school strike. 1945 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Northern Opp. April 14-River Rouge .......... - - lnvitational April 20-Saginaw Eastern .... at Saginaw Eastern April 24-Pontiac Central .,.. at Northern April 27-Owosso at Owosso .... May l-City Championship .... at Northern May 4-Arthur Hill, Bay City .... at Northern May 12-Saginaw Valley Meet. . - - at Saginaw 62 THE VIKIN we M i p Wgiifi Vi...f1ii. ..... 121i22:2 fll ua. J t . t ym. so a In action-In the top picture Roh ump at the Northern-Leutral meet lust ure Doug Smit fe s rear o s ar ou VVolfe is taking the high spring. ln the center pic h gt, t ly t t t t on the dash during track practice ui he g Al t ken at the Yiking-Tribe tiff is th lmttom picture which shows Charlie Hamilton ovr the bar in th high jump. May 19-Regional Meet. . . at Central May 26-State Meet .,... at Lansing G NOR OSCOPE ffyyzfxllcl fs , i , ' I' 24 I I , A . I "' TENNIS ' OFFICERS Merle Henry ..............,.. ..... C oach Art Wood ..,... I ...,................ Manager VARSITY LETTERMEN Bob Fleishmann Blake Lewis Warren Hill Bill Karolle Paul Lazar l944 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Northern Opp. April 27-Flint Central .......... 5 2 May 2-Owosso ........ '. . . . 6 1 May 16-Flint Central ..... . . 4 3 May 22-Bay City .... ...... . . 2 5 May 29-Pontiac .,.............. 5 2 The Viking tennis team had a good season in the spring of 1944 when we Won 4 and were de- feated once by Bay City. Northern beat Flint Central and captured the city championship, which we are now defending. ' Bob Fleischmann Know in, armed forcesl has been undefeated in two years of high school tennis playing. He also holds the singles valley championship. Only letterman to return for the 1945 season was Paul Lazar. Undergrads are being de veloped for active participation, and the pros- pects for the future look good. 1945 SCHEDULE OFFICERS Clarence Newcomb .,....... .... S ponsor George Buben .......... ....... C oach Date Opponents Opp. North. April 20-Pontiac ........ . . - - April 24-Owosso ..... April 26'-Central ..... - - May 3-Owosso .... May 8-Bay City .... May ll-Pontiac .... May 17-Central ....,.......... - - May 22-Bay City .............. - - Valley meet May 19 at Owosso .K Tr' .. 'LA . . ,.,, qs. , . .QQVA Pa! Q GOLF OFFICERS Guy Houston, Les Ehrbright ,......... Coaches VARSITY LETTERMEN lames Robertson Frank Noble Charles Piffer Ted Marzonie Dale Barbee lack Finglancl SCHEDULE Opponents Northern Opp. Pontiac ...,... ............ 4 94 416 Flint Central ..... . . . 485 406 Flint Central ..... . . . 522 464 Bay City .................... 524 445 Bay City .........,.......... 502 416 Because of war-time restrictions and a lack of players, golf has not been resumed in 1945. SPORTS STAFF ln addition to the coaches already mentioned, several other persons have been responsible for the efficiency of sports at Northern. Little recog- nition is given to these men who spend a great deal of time and effort in the promotion of sports. Checking up on the eligibility of all athletes is the job of Charles Zeilinger. Many times a player becomes ineligible because of poor marks or professional playing, and Mr. Zeilinger has charge of seeing that those boys are dis- qualified from participating in any of the events. Assistant custodian of equipment is Merton Vincent, who aids Mr. Stelter by taking care of all sports equipment. He checks it and helps in repairing the articles. Although Merle Henry coached tennis during the 1944 season, he was unable to do so for 1945. Clarence Newcomb consented to act as faculty sponsor for the tennis team. In order to represent the school it is necessary that the team have a faculty member who will accom- pany them on trips outside the city. The team also managed to secure the services of George Buben as coach. George graduated from Cen- tral last year and was a member of Central's tennis squad. Reserve baseball is now being coached by Bob Lawrence, Viking student. Bob was a base- ball letterman last season, but is unable to play because of a football injury he received during a scrimmage. ln charge of all Northern sports is Les Ehr- bright. Holding the position of athletic director, Mr. Ehrbright arranges games, provides the necessary fields or courts, and handles other situations relating to athletics. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 63 BANQUETS At the close of an eventful sports season, ban- quets are given for the coaches and players in appreciation of the work they have done. Tra- ditional banquets at Northern are the football, the basketball and the "N" Club banquets. Several suggestions have been proffered to initiate annual banquets for the other major sports. Only Viking boys are permitted to attend either the football or basketball banquets. A dinner is served, followed by a program for the evening. Awards are presented to lettermen, both varsity and reserve, and to cheer leaders and managers. Tribute is given to the coaches and team members for their Work during the season. Sport Banquets-The top picture at thc right. was taken during: the presentation of awards at thc annual Northern football ban- quet held for the 1944 season. Guy Houston, football coach, is presenting a letter to Jay VVatkins, outstanding half-back, At the left is Dominic Tomasi, Stan Kuick, Sr., is in the center, and Stan Kuick, Jr., applauds the presentation at the right. The lower pic- ture shows the "N" Club banquet held in Northc-rn's cafeteria. ln thc center at the speaker's table are physical instructors Mrs. Marian Brooks, Miss Lina Tyler and lVfiss Vivian Jeand'heur, Seated in the foreground on the inside left of the horseshoe arc Lois Reeves and Elaine Andrus. At the right are PCI-UID' Lou Uwrey, Barbara Black, Marion Davis, facross the table? Arliss Prescott and Betty Lou Pittsley. Pep Promoters-Pictured below are thc cheerleaders- backbone of the cheering stu- dent body. Left to right arc: Harold Pintar, Dallas Perry, Edward Joseph, Jim Pagcls, Ed Knopf and Cyrus Lazar. These boys accom- pany the teams to games both home and out- side the city. Even when it rains, snows or hails these cheerleaders appear to encourage thc spectators and team. Entertainment is a definite part of each ban- quet. Movies, group singing, musical special- ties and addresses by outstanding personali- ties have usually comprised the program. Souvenir favors and programs are given out. Pictures of coaches Guy Houston and Les Ehr- bright appeared on the programs for the foot- ball and basketball banquets, respectively. Exclusively for girls is the "N" Club banquet at which the highlight of the evening is the presentation of letters to girls Who have been active in different sports. These letters are earned on the point basis, and are Won only through consistent efforts, This banquet also has a program following the dinner for the entertainment of those attending. X-if 64 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Intramural Champs--At the left above is pictured the champion- ship tcmu in tlic IIIA intramural league. The members are top row, lcft to right, ,lim Alrlfey, Dick Marquis :uid Mike Derschag bottom row. Stanley Morrow. jolinny, Marklaml :mtl Harlan Eckstrom. At. BOYS' INTRAMURAL SPORTS Highlighting the season of intramural activ- ities was the basketball league, intramural football was cancelled because of the lack of dressing room facilities and lockers. The purpose of forming these intramural leagues was to give the boys who are not var- sity material a chance to participate in sports. In addition it gave them a good place to spend time after school hours. These games were played two or three nights each week. Divided into four sections, intramural basket- ball was composed of the lUB League, the lUA League, the Light-Weight League and the Tank- Busters League. Eligibility for the first two leagues was decided by the half grades. Boys Weighing one hundred and sixty-five pounds or less were eligible for the Light-Weight League, While those over one hundred and sixty-five could join the Tank-Busters League. Anyone in the Light-Weight League who played well enough was permitted to join the Tank- Busters. Officials for the games were Bob Lawrence, Gene Cheesebro, Ioe Wargo and Dominic Tom- asi. After the preliminaries held in Northern's gym were completed, finals Were held at the l. M. A. Auditorium. Winners were awarded Viking T-shirts. The boys participating were members of the gym classes of William Minardo and Ioseph Grady. Members of the Winning teams were: Poor Grades HUB Leaguel, Gayle Stewart, loe Gou- lish, Bill McLaughlin, Richard Simpson, Marvin Rossi, Shaheen Shaheen and Bill Burgett, Ste1ter's Headaches UUA Leaguel, lim Abbey, Stan Morrill, Mike Derscha, Dick Marquis, lohn Penabaker and Harlan Eckstrom, Scarlet-Gray fLight-Weight Leaguel, lim Hicks, Gerald Buf- fey, Harry Grimski, Bill Churchill and Don Wil- .gk the right is the top team in the 10B lengiic, the Poor Grznles, of which thc mcmlicrs :irc top row, Riclmrrl Szinismi, Marvin Rossi. Slmhccn Shahccn and Gayle Stcwurtg bottom row, llilly Laughlin, Hill llurgett, :mtl joe Goulisli. liams, Hellcats fTank-Buster Leaguel, Ben Sarvis, Ted Marzonie, Abe Eashoo, Dick Top- ham, lake Snitko and Stan Kuick. The team standings are as follows: lUB League W L W L Poor Grades 6 U Failures 2 4 Flops 4 2 Dumb-bells 2 4 All "E"s 4 2 Misfits U 6 Light Weight League W L W L Scarlet-Gray lO l Trigger Aces 5 6 Giddy Hens 7 3 Northern Lights 3 6 Devil Dogs 7 3' Easy Five 2 7 Fluff-Offs 5 4 Boneheads U 9 lUA League W L W L Stelter's Headaches 13 2 Wolves 5 8 Viking Flashes l2 3 Bed Wings 2 10 Fighting Five 8 5 Paragroopers l ll Tank-Buster League W L W L Hellcats 9 l Cream Puffs 4 6 Non-Too-Good 7 3 Commandos 3 5 Bucketeers 6 4 Moles 2 6 Whiz Kids 5 3 5 Horsemen U 8 Dumb Guards 5 5 William Minardo has been intramural coach. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 65 GIRLS' INTRAMURAL SPORTS Field hockey marked the official opening of the girls' intramural sports program. Under the direction -of Mrs. Marian Brooks, teams com- posed of soph, junior and senior girls met on the field on the average of once a week to play. The senior girls came out on top, by winning the largest number of games. Good weather proved to be the go ahead sign for the girls, and they enjoyed a full season of field hockey. Bike and Walking hikes also proved to be popular with the girls, and many Saturday morning excursions were held at Flushing park and otherjnearby well-known points. Managers of walking hikes were Eleanor Selle, Marilyn Peterson, Ioan Mitchell and Lila Keeley. Bike hike managers were lean Peake, Beverly Banks and Sarah lane Saiko. When the weather turned cold, the girls turned to inside sports to occupy their spare time. Basketball teams were organized, and sounds of excited cheers and yells could be heard issuing from the gym almost any day after school. Miss Vivian leand'huer had charge of the soph cagers. Sophomore teams were: Lumber lacks, Mixed Nuts and Slick Chicks. Mrs. Marian Brooks had charge of the junior and senior teams. The senior teams and captains Were: Hep Cats ...... ......... D elores Stroh Flying Tigers ........ ..... P hyllis McLaughlin Hell's Angels .......... ........ P eggy Owrey Iukebox Commandos .......,... Pat Flannigan lunior teams and captains were: Saint and Ten Sinners .......... Marcelyn Day Black Cats ...........,............ Pat Weller California Boomerangs .......... Donna Buffey The beginning of Winter marked the "N" Club banquet, and many girls were awarded letters. Those who did not receive awards set out with determination to collect enough points to earn their letter. Later, many girls turned to outside activities such as swimming, bowling, tennis and horse- back riding, the fact that the school year was coming to an end prompted the girls to hurry on and earn the precious points which would bring them their well deserved "N" awards. Volley ball also became popular with the girls. Teams were quickly chosen, and the girls Senior Hockey-In the top picture are shown the members of the senior hockey team: left to right, front row, Teresa Brud- nak, Delores Stroh, Margie Stringer, Jean Bedell and Nola Williams: second row. Joan Morrow, Pay Lilly, Pauline Gerke, Phyllis Atherton and Cleo Swinehart: last row, Doro- thy Hogan. Sue Rumbold, Jackie Marquis, Beverly VVatson, Rose Santora and Helen VVait. Lower left is the scene from one of the many action packed basketball games in which th irl. rti i t d' left to right: Margie Mitchell and e g s pa cpa e , Black, Betty Failing, Joan Margie Stringer: lower right, top row, Doro- thy Hodge: second row, Stella Kowalczyk and Maril n P t rsun' third row Evel n Reed y C e v s Y y Marcelyn Day, Betty Failing, Evelyn Loder and Shirley Culiner. enjoyed a full season of this popular sport. Teams were: The Ugly Ducklings Umbriagos California Boomerangs Bum and Coca Cola O. M. B. Parasites D. T.'s Pickled Pig's Feet Captains of the teams were, Sue Bumbold, Helen lacobs, Mar- jorie Rahn, lean Patterson, Mary Luczek, Alice Fleming, Evelyn Whatling and Irene Brahce. Along with spring came the organization of softball teams. The girls made a grand turn-out for softball, enabling them to organize strong, well-balanced teams. With war-time restrictions be- ing lowered, the girls' physical education instructors, Mrs. Mar- ian Brooks and Miss Vivian Ieand'huer, were able to give more time and careful planning to the girls' sports program, which resulted in a fully rounded sports schedule for any girl at Northern who wished to participate. The girls showed their appreciation by making a grand turn-out for every sport offered. 66 THE VIKING NCROSCOPE Our Chosen Leaders-At the head of our school government were these Student Council officers. Left to right they are Dave STUDENT COUNCIL oFP1cERs Dave Margolis ..................... President Sally Scofield ................. Vice-President Barbara Adams ..... Corresponding Secretary Bob Fialka ............. Recording Secretary Cooper Matthews ........,......... Treasurer Guy V. Houston . .,.................. Sponsor Do you remember how all of the activities at Northern seemed to revolve around the different clubs and organizations? The number of clubs has fallen down considerably, due to outside interests related to the war effort. However, the Viking Spirit and will to work is still evident in those that are present. As usual the Student Council was right in there pitching this year. They undertook as their aim the betterment of student conduct and rais- ing of school spirit. You should have witnessed the vigorous school spirit campaign the athletic commission promoted the first semester. Bill Churchill was chairman, assisted by Ioan Harper, Bill Weber, Glenora Irwin, lohn Cook and Stanley Kuick, sponsor. This campaign certainly was a success and you could notice a revival in the Student Spirit, not only at the games but everywhere. Our Student Government-The interests of the Student body are uppermost in the minds of these Student Council members. They are first row, left to right, Sally Scofield, Doris Dial, Lillian Misekow, Cheanne Weiss, Elsie Jane Ziel, Pat Lilly and Freida Margolis, Sally Scofield, Barbara Adams,,Bob Fialka and Cooper Matthews. The committees that helped put over this cam- paign were: Activity Commission, Barbara Adams, chairman, Delores Knovick, Pat Lily, Dick Tooheyg Publicity Commission, Bob Fialka, chairman, Ioan Luxon, Doris Dial, and Doris Harris, Miscellaneous Commission, Sally Sco- field, chairman, Carl Christensen, Helen Iacobs, Reinhold Buppel, Betty Hartman, and Dorothy McCracken. You probably will always remember how the lighted Christmas tree on the first floor seemed to put everyone in the right spirit. Cooper Mat- thews, who was head of the Finance Commis- sion, took charge of decorating it this year, helped by his committee members Rudolph Iones, Marion Carlson, Phyllis Eaton, and Spon- sor Otto Norwalk. Patsy Slade, chairman of the Social Com- mission had supervision over all the school dances which drew even larger crowds this year. Ralph McClain, Frank Henny, Freda Holt, Lillian Misekow, Ed Curtis, Fritz Froehlich and Sponsor Miss Frances Lyons assisted. Adding to their already full year the Stu- dent Council took over the Red Cross, Easter Seal, Tuberculosis and lnfantile Paralysis drives. Holtg second row, Helen Jacob, Joan Harper, Marion Davis, Glen- ora Irwin, Doris Harris, Pat Slade, Joan Luxon and Joanne Gar- landg third row, Bill Churchill, Carl Christensen, Albert De Vito, Frank Henny, Cooper Matthevi's, Dave Ma1'golis and Bob Fialka. 68 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE WAR COUNCIL CFFICEBS Betty Lou Pittsley .......... . . .Secretary Miss Veva Lowes ..... ..4, . . .Sponsor Yes, We were all behind the war effort 100 70 , with the War Council on its toes all year. lts pur- pose was to act as a steering committee for stu- dent council. The faculty sponsor was Miss Veva Lowes, and the members were Bob Fialka, Bob Belanger, Betty Thomson, Ralph McClain, Dave Margolis, Betty Lou Pittsley and Ed Curtis. This group, organized while you've been away, has given the Defense Council and Stu- dent Council many suggestions pertaining to war activities such as scrap metal and scrap paper drives, enlisting of gallants, war stamp sales, Bed Cross Drives and similar activities. Back the Attach-work for Victory---The biggest project of the VV:n' Council, is the promotion of war stamps. Shown in the picture on the left is Gwen Seltzer giving her class' purchase of the day Council at War-New ideas for aiding the war effort are being contributed by War Council members. Members are front row, left to right, Betty Thomson, Ann.Wyman, Miss Veva Lowes, Betty Lou Pittsley and Bob Belangerg second row, Dave Margolis and Bula Fialka. You'll be just as proud as We were of the service flag they purchased in honor of North- ern's servicemen and women. One gold star and one blue star are centered on a white back- ground, bordered with red. The gold star is a tribute to those former Vikings who have given their lives in service to their country. The blue star represents Northern's servicemen who are now serving in this country or overseas. The flag is hanging near the main office. Money for the purchase of this flag was obtained last year in the spring scrap drive. As a final activity the War Council assisted in the Clothing Drive. Old clothes of all types were collected from the students. These were to be used in helping the people of occupied foreign countries who had few clothes to keep them warm during the cold winter months. to Miss Veva Lowes. Recording the transaction is Ruth Miller. On the right helping the Red Cross are, left to right, Dave Mar- golis :md Boll Fialka. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 69 Red Cross Workers-Outstanding for their work contributed are these Red Cross Council members. First, row, left to right, Vir- ginia Simpson, Betty Lou Pittsley, Helen 'Frey, Lois Steinman, Skippy Miskow and Thelma Buckhalterg second row, Joyce Smith, RED cnoss COUNCIL OFFICERS Ralph McClain ............. ..... C hairman Helen Frey ...... ........ C o-Chairman Florence Moore. . . . . .Recording Secretary Mrs. Mary Miller .................... Sponsor You would be proud of the Way your class- mates responded to the National Children's Fund the Red Cross Council promoted. This campaign was supported entirely by the Red Cross, and besides clothing sent to the less tor- tunate in War-torn countries, it aided in the edu- cational rehabilitation plan. The standing committees Were: publicity, Iohn Mrasek, chairman, Dale Blackmer, Mary Sturtz and Lois Steinman, production, Helen Hultquist, chairman, Ronald Short, Caroline Green, Bill Gockel and Betty Lou Pittsley, volunteer service, Dale Blackmer, chairman, Ioyce Smith, Gloria i Carolyn Green, Helen Hulquist, Gloria Safer, Florence Moore and Barbara Smith, third row, Dale Blackmer, Jimmy Hicks, Donna Buffey, Margaret Jarvis, Ralph McClain, Gail Beecher and John Mrasek. Not in the picture was Mike Potocyney. Safer, Margaret larvis and Lois Steinman, edu- cation, Gail Beehler, chairman, Skippy Misekow and Donna Buffey, finance, Mike Potoczny, chairman, Thelma Buckhalter, Barbara Smith, Virginia Simpson and Carolyn Green. Each committee was busy with its respective duties. The finance committee had charge of the children's fund drive and enrollment cam- paign, others knew ot the work through the pub- licity committee, the volunteer service commit- tee aided the Red Cross Motor Corps by enlist- ing volunteers, Washing their vehicles and giv- ing other assistance, students were told ot the summer programs of the Canteen Corps, the nutrition classes and the course in Water safety by the educational committee, the production committee aided the art and home economics departments in making articles of comfort for hospital contined servicemen. Initiation-Pictured on the night of the formal initiation are left to right, torch- bearer Mary Jane Wyman, Steve Koeit, Bob Fialka, President Ruth Ranville, principal speaker of the evening O. F. Norwalk aml torchhearer Pat Jewett. 70 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE The Sweethearts of Sigma Chi C??J l'i-t l al Fi 't ' l ft t ' ht the 4 nrt-4 love, rs row, e o rig , girls are l'at liowers, Milana Sukany, Bar- liara Black, Nancy DeRosc, Peggy Owrey, Joanne Hoyrlic, Marilyn Timm and Helen VVait: second row, Virginia Simpson, Mary jane VVyman, Leah lurk, Cleo Swinehart, Miranda Sukany, Pat Jewett, Charlotte Kneise, Ruth Ranville and Coyla Dodge: thirrl row, Dorothy Lawrason, Dorothy Mc- Cracken, Edith Jaslow, Jean Patterson, Olga Bradley, Martha Hamilton, Joyce Smith, lloris Trier, Elizabeth Yambrick and Phyllis Church, fourth ruw, Rita Kurtz, Susanne Rumbold, Peggy Haddix, Lois Steinman, Iona Thomas, Betty Thompson, Pat Slade, Carol Middleton and Barbara McMillan. Boys shown in the picture at the right are, First row, left to right, Daniel lialiitch, Cooper Mat- thews, Stanley Kuick, Jr., Tom Vuckovich and Steve Kncff, second row, Albert DeVito, SIGMA CHI LAMDA llcrb Woodrich, Alan Carter, Boh Belanger, Duane Kimmel and Dominic Tomasig third row, Dave Margolis, Bob Fialka, Jimmy Hicks and Carl Christensen. OFFICERS Among the most Worthwhile projects ot Sigma Ruth Rcmville ,...............,..... President Chi, WGS the keeping Of G11 honor P011 Of G11 Albert DeVito ..,, .,A, V ice-President Northern graduates killed in service. The com- Virginia Simpson .... ...... S ecretary mittee in charge consisted ot Susanne Rumbold, Martha Hamilton .... Mrs. Myra Schultz ................... Sponsor 'lWhat's the matter with that girl over there?" asked many a Northern student. "She hasn't . . .Treasurer Clara lones, Barbara Black and Rita Kurtz. You should have seen the blisters on the hands ot the Sigma Chi members before the final basketball game with Central. They made red and gray pom-poms to wear for decorations, any make-up on, her dress is patched, and she is carrying a tin cup, halt-lilled with pennies." We thought it was a little queer too, until we learned that she was one ot our Viking Brains being initiated into Sigma Chi. This year Sigma Chi was still as active as ever and with the Words Character, Service, Leadership, and Scholarship, strove for the bet- terment of the school, through its many activi- ties. Why, right along with the school spirit cam- paign, sponsored by the Student Council, Sigma Chi decided to sponsor a handbook giving in- formation about the school to new students. It is to contain our songs, cheers, clubs, and everything Northern stands lor, the handbook will be published next tall. ln order to raise the funds necessary lor this project a talent contest was held on March 15, prizes ot tive, three, and one dollars in defense stamps were given to the and tightening the pom-pom strings made sore lingers. Each semester, tive percent ot the llA, 12B and 12A classes are eligible to join Sigma Chi, it their scholastic and character ratings are high enough. By the time a class has graduated the upper tifteen percent may be members. Members initiated the second semester were Robert Draper, Barbara Adams, Evelyn Loder, Beverly Watson, George Wilson, Betty Lou Pitts- ley, Marjorie Van Dalen, Mary Walk, Richard Boyd, Rebecca Schulman, Edward Curtis, Rob- ert Wright, Carolyn Atwell, Helen Frey, Elaine Laracey, Dorothy Werden, Sheldon Goldstein, Robert White, Ann Wyman, Donna Hicks, Ralph McClain, Norman Groshek, Doris Harris, Mary Behil, Ioan Harper, Burton lackson, Glenora lrwin, Don Kuick, Donald Heikkinen and Blonda winners. Weddington. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 71 4 Reporters-Those students responsible for publication of the North Wind or Noroscope were in Louis Schulz's sixth hour journalism class. They are pictured, first row, left to right, Theresa llrudnak and Marthann Davisg second row, Betty Failing, Beverly Butcher and Carol Mirldletong third row, Pat Nelson, Elaine Scott, Jenn Patterson and Martha Leeg fourth row, Minnie Reed, Agnes NOROSCOPE STAFF Edith Iaslow, Margaret larvis ...... Co-Editors Martha Lee .......... Clubs and Organizations Agnes Burgett ..., ............... F eatures Evelyn Loder. . . .... Faculty Bob Fialka ......... ........ S ports Barbara McMillan ............... Senior Class Harold Boucher, Bob Enders .... Photographers Mary Miller ........,...,.... ..... A rt Editor Artists: Mary Miller. . . .... Faculty, Organizations and Classes Don Czachorski ........... ......... S ports Pat Iewett, loanne Hoydic ...... Cover Design Addison Gay ............. . . .Coat of Arms Rebecca Arnette. . . ..... Features The making of the Noroscope was started early in the first semester, When all the editors got together and planned its organization. The photographers had to take pictures of the vari- lturgett, Edith Jaslow, Dorothy Heasley, Leo Sabourin, Barbara McMillan, Olga Bradley, Gloria Norton and Margaret Jarvis. The three additional pictures are, the left and right, Olga Bradley and Jean Patterson, first semester North VViufl cn-editors, and center, business manager, Iona Thomas. ous groups, students, and scenes to be included in the Noroscope. As soon as the pictures were developed, the editors identified the people in them and sorted the pictures into sections. Next, the dummy sheets Were made up, sent to the printer, engraved and returned to Northern. We then corrected all names, spelling and stories on the pages. ln the meantime the feature pages, designed by members of the Art Department, were sent to the engravers. After these had been returned, the final dummy of the Noroscope was made up and sent to the printer, Where the cover was added. Back to school it came, and -Well, here is the result. The Noroscope photographers for this year were Bob Enders and Harold Boucher, who you know are in the service. We certainly owe those two fellows a lot, and as you can tell by the pictures, they're really good photographers. 72 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Y' Attention--Assistimg the 6th hour in preparing the North Wind was the fourth hour Journalism class, Students as they are sitting in rows left to right, first row, front to hack, Mary Sturtz, Ethel lfeldman, Lois Reeves, Julia lferchak and Marion Adamsg second row, Ilarry Cooper, Patsy Morrill, Marilyn Timm, Roh Fialka and Evelyn Luderg third row, jackie Marquis, Cleo Swinehart, Mary NORTH WIND STAFF FIRST SEMESTER lean Patterson, Olga Bradley ...... Co-Editors Pat Cassett ...,.............,.... News Editor Pat Nelson ..,...... .... F eature Editor Barbara McMillan .... . . . .Editorial Editor Leo Sabourin ................... .Sports Editor SECOND SEMESTER Bob Fialka .............,...... Editor-in-Chief Helen Frey ......... .... A ssociate Editor Marilou MacArthur. . . .... Editor, Page Two Lois Reeves ...,..... .... E ditor, Page Three Mary lane Wyman .... . . .Editor, Page Four Marian Adams ,..,........., Editor, Page Five Ethel Feldman ......l..,..... Editor, Page Six Dan Babitch .... Editor, Pages Seven and Eight I suppose you are still receiving the North Wind. lf you had been here, you would have witnessed the torture these journalism students went through each time an issue was published. Two weeks before the paper came out the edi- tors assigned news stories. The completed stories were rewritten and given headlines. After being typed, all copy for that issue was printed and proof-read, The corrected proofs were pasted on a scaled facsimile of each page, ,lane VVyman, Barbara Jarnu and Helen Frey: fourth row, Louis Schulz, instructor, Beverly VVatson, Marilou MacArthur and lletty l.ou Pittsley, lnserted are the faces of the Noroscopc editors, left, Margaret Jarvis, right, Edith jaslow with Bob Fialka, second semester North VVind editor. and when all pages were made up, the dummy was sent back to the printer and published. The editors-in-chief spent many hours outside of school rewriting stories and setting up pages. During the first semester lean Patterson and Olga Bradley were co-editors. The second sern- ester Bob Fialka and Helen Frey, Associate Edi- tor, published the North Wind. The North Wind reporters during the first semester were Harold Boucher, Teresa Brudnak, Agnes Burgett, Beverly Butcher, Harry Cooper, Martha Ann Davis, Betty leanne Failing, Doro- thy l-leasley, Margaret larvis, Edith laslow, Mar- tha Lee, Carol Middleton, Gloria Norton, Mary Powell, Minnie Reed and Elaine Scott. The second semester reporters were Dorothy Blassingame, Olga Bradley, Teresa Brudnak, Agnes Burgett, Beverly Butcher, Charles Carr, Ernest Cole, Martha Ann Davis, lulia Ferchak, Bill Hudson, Barbara larou, Margaret larvis, Edith laslow, Martha Lee, Evelyn Loder, lackie Marquis, Carol Middleton, Patsy Morrill, Bar- bara McMillan, lean Patterson, Marvin Phillips, Betty Lou Pittsley, Minnie Reed, Mary Sturtz, Cleo Swinehart, Marilyn Timm, Helen Wait and Beverly Watson. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 73 Thev Work-l'ictui1-cl alvovc is ilu- liusinr-ss staff, :1 vital part liirkev, Itcttv BIZICIQIIC, Cleo Swim-liurt and Tlwrcsa Greg-ng third uf :ill pulmliczitimis, lllmnlicrs :nec first row, left to right, Beth Rich- row, Doris Nvarkstruni, l'at Lind, Marion Carlstm zmrl,Thelnm Buck- muml, Suv l'iv1'rc, Ann Yirln, I':-ggy Cltillenrlcn, Nellie Lznzzir llzxltcrg fuurtli row, Hula Firilkn, Raynimuul Nash, adviser znifl Ibzwo :mil lmm 'l'lmni:is1 st-cmnl row, l':tt Hull, Mzirtliann Davis, jzmicc- Margolis. PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS STAFFeeFIBST SEMESTER Iona Thomas ,,,4...,.,4... Business Manager Cleo Swinehart. I . .... Advertising Manager Theresa Green ......,.... Circulation Manager Bob Fialka ....., Assistant Circulation Manager Martha Ann Davis ...... Distribution Manager Solicitors: Thelma Buckhalter, Marion Carlson, Martha Ann Davis, Betty I-Ioward, Ianice Kirkey, Deni Kneip, Dick Toohey, Bethany Richmond, Pat Lind and Ann Vida. BUSINESS STAFFffSECOND SEMESTER Iona Thomas .............. Business Manager Cleo Swinehart. . I .... Advertising Manager Maxine Lutz ............. Circulation Manager Ann Vida ......,........ Distribution Manager Solicitors: Thelma Buckhalter, Marion Carlson, Martha Ann Davis, Betty Howard, Ianice Kirkey, Deni Kneip and Dick Toohey. The Business Staff of the North Wind really had one busy year since they Were in charge of all advertising, sale of paper and Noroscopes, and underclass pictures. Iona Thomas fremember her from last year?l Was Business Manager again, and supervised the work of all the departments of the staff. It was she and Cleo Swinehart, advertising man- ager, Who found probable places for ads, col- lected the copy for the ads that had been ob- tained and saw to it that the editorial staff had the copy before the paper came out. It really sounds like a lot of hard Work, doesn't it? You can thank Bob Fialka, Theresa Green and Maxine Lutz for sending the North Wind to you every issue, for this was part of their job as co-circulating managers. The majority of the students acted as solicitors, that is, they sold space in the paper to ad- vertisers, All this Work Was car- ried on during the members' free time, since there is no class for this activity and no mark or credit is received. Service for Servicemen-XVrapping Nurth VVimls to he sent to service-men are lc-fl tu right, Marion Carlson, Inna 'I'lumius, Cleo Swim-l1zn't and Tlicrcsn Green, 74 TI-IE VIKING NORGSCOPE Debaters-Students who argue for and apzaiiist questions are these members uf the clelmate class. Seated, left to right are: Cooper Mnttliews. farl fhristi-risen, llulm Fialka and Albert DeV1tog stami- ing lt-ft tn right are: livzirt Scott, sponsor, VV:irren Navarre, Ralph Mcl'l:iin, Richzirml tiolclsteiii, juyce Smith, Simson Sendler, fzirl DEBATE-PUBLIC SPEAKING Northern's debate team really went to town during the 1944-45 tournaments. Under the coaching of Evart Scott these Viking arguers captured third place in the Valley. Two tournaments were held in the Saginaw Valley League, one at Saginaw Arthur Hill on December 7, 1944 and the second at Flint Cen- tral on lanuary ll, 1945. Each school entered six teams, three affirmative and three negative, with two debators on each team. The debate topic throughout the season was "Resolved that the legal voting age should be reduced to 18." What stand would you have taken on this issue? Bay City, Flint Central and Flint Northern, being the three highest in the Valley League, were allowed to enter the elimination series of debates and were awarded plaques by the Detroit Free Press. However, Northern was elim- inated in a tournament held at Flint Central February 10, 1945. Debaters who participated were Albert De Vito and Bob Fialka, negative, while Dave Mar- golis and Cooper Matthews, affirmative, had no opportunity to debate. During the fall season the team took part in practice debate competing with other Michigan schools. T hey were Bay City, Lansing Eastern, Flint Central, lackson, Owosso, and Pontiac. The team won a total of fifteen victories against nine defeats for the Scarlet and Gray. This year Northern again played host to the Annual Michigan Forensic Speech Contest, which was held April 12, 1945. Mrs. Nelda To- polka was district chairman for this event, Par- Myers mul Glen NV:nun. ln thc inserted picture :ire first row. left' to right, B011 Fialka, Dick Goldstein, joan Luxmi, Ralph McClain. Simson Sendler :intl Dave Mnrgulisg set-mul row, Glen VVaun, VVarren Navarre, Al DeVito mul Marvin Pliillipsg thiril row, Ralph Didier, l'zu'l Myers :uirl Cooper' Matthews. ticipating in this contest were students from Flint Northern, Flint Central, Bay City, Saginaw Arthur Hill, Flint Technical and Saginaw East- ern. An elimination contest was held before- hand to choose the students that were to repre- sent us. Edith laslow and Albert De Vito entered with dramatic declamationsg Cooper Matthews, Bob Fialka, Dave Margolis and Simson Sendler were extempore speakers, Norman Horowitz, Shirley Coffron and loyce Pratt were chosen to enter with oratorical declamation, while Dor- othy McCracken was an entry in the oratory contest. Did we have any winners out of that group? Sure we did! Simson Sendler placed first, Bob Fialka second, and Cooper Matthews third. Simson and Bob were able to compete in the regional finals held at Central. The group of "Master of Words" which Coach Scott chose to represent Northern in the debat- ing tournaments throughout the year were Dave Margolis, Bob Fialka, Carl Christensen, Ralph McClain, Cooper Matthews, Dick Goldstein, Al- bert De Vito, Simson Sendler, Glen Waun, Ioyce Smith, Marvin Phillips, Balph Didier and Carl Myers. Following are the final standings in the two tournaments: School Won Lost Bay City ..... . . 18 6 Flint Central ,... . . 15 8 Flint Northern ..... . . 15 9 Saginaw Eastern ..... .. ll 13 Saginaw Arthur Hill . . . 9 15 Pontiac ........... . 8 16 Owosso .. . 7 17 JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 75 "Smile putty, please," wlieeclled the photographer as he snapped this picture of the Viking Hi-y. Shown at thc- top, First row, left to right are Dallas Perry, Tommy Groves, Phil DeVito, Ralph McClain, Roh Fialka and Bob Vtlrightg second row, Jack Gorman, Dave Margolis, Ed Solomon, Roh ltclanger and Paul Starkelg third row, Jim Jennings, Donald Heikkincn, Albert Dc Vito and Blake Lewisg fourth row, Jack Fingland, Cooper Matthews, Bill YV:-her anrl Harold Day. Shown in the center is the Viking Hi-Y formal initiation with Bill Hudson receiving his certificate of membership from Cooper Matthews. Al De Vito is seated at the right. ln the picture below is Albert De Vito, serving at a dinner given by the Viking Hi-Y for all of the Hi-Y's in this area. VIKING HI-Y OFFICERS Cooper Matthews .... President Bill Hudson ..... VicefPresident Don l-leikkinen. . . 4 . ,Secretary lilkcl-Eno-pf, ........ . 4 .Treasurer Merton Vincent. . . . . .Sponsor 'fDon't those Hi-Y fellows ever slow down?" was the query of many a Northern student. They started a busy year by playing host to a meeting of all Hi-Y's in Genesee County. The highlight of the evening was a dinner served in the cafe- teria. Later at a Weekend con- ference held in Owosso, they were represented by Cooper Matthews, Dave Margolis, Ralph McClain, Roger Collard and Don I-leikkinen. The "Y" boys were the ones to sponsor the Cheer and Yell con- test to stimulate school spirit, awarding prizes to best entries. On several occasions they acted as ushers, and somehow found time to sell banners and pro- grams at the football and basketball games, giving much of their profit to the Red Cross. Naturally they took time from their work to enjoy joint meet- ings with the "Y" girls and the Girl Reserves of Grand Blanc, and to play basketball at the Y.M. every Saturday night, lt sounds like the same old Hi-Y, doesn't it, but it lacked five members whom they lost to the armed forces, Sam Atherton, Bob Enders, Blake Lewis, Har- old Day and Bob Belanger. 76 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE A Picture in Blue and White-At the formal initiation of the "Y" Girls the theme was carried out in blue and white, the clulfs colors. This ceremony took place in the Y.M.C.A. pictured in the first row, -left to right are, Ioan Plew. Eleanor Kaza, Marion Davis, Rita Kurtz, Beverly VVatson, Coyla Dodge, Ioan VViltz, Joyce McCarthy and Mary VV:itkins: second row, Lorraine lVitthrorlt, Pat Sweeney, Barbara Snyder, Evelyn Heikkinen, Grace Etheridge, Lois Steinman. Betty Cowden, Phyllis M'cl.aughlin, Betty Lou Y-GIRLS OFFICERS Susanne Rurnbold .................. President Martha Lee ........ . . .Vice-President Marilou MacArthur. . ..... Secretary Arliss Prescott ..,,.... ..Treasurer Mrs. Harriet Latimer ................. Sponsor Yes, those Y Girls have done it again-that is, finished another busy year! But then can you imagine them being inactive? For the Turkey Day game they made shakers, and later at the basketball affairs sold popcorn and caramel apples. They were behind the School Spirit Campaign one hundred percent. Doing their share for the war effort, these gals made slippers for the Red Cross, and were rep- l'ittsley :incl Tinrliara Smith: third row, Florence llloore, llllfllltfll Glolmig, Agnes llurgett, Joan Meripfc-l, Joan M'orrow, Sally Morrow. Theresa llrudnzik, Phyllis Tollrert, Edith Jzislow, Phyllis Church, and Pat Slndeg fourth row, Beverly XVinter, llnrlmrrt Black, Shirley Culiner, Lois Telling, lletty Thomson, Martha Hamilton :mtl Evelyn Loder: fifth row otiiccrs, Arliss Prescott, Jackie lllzirquis, Susanne Runiliold, Mzirtlin Lev :intl Mririlou lVlacArthur. resented by Phyllis McLaughin, Barbara Smith, Coyla Dodge, Evelyn Loder, Marilou MacArthur, Martha Lee, Betty Lou Pittsley and Agnes Bur- gett. To the Girl Reserve Mid-Winter Conference they sent Skippy Misekow, lackie Marquis, Su- sanne Rumbold, Barbara Smith, Phyliss Mc- Laughin and Lois Steinman. One entire meeting was spent discussing "Is Compulsory Training Necessary?" and another evening was given over to movies on South America. "Hey kids, we're going out to camp again." That was a familiar call around May when these gals spent a weekend at Camp Copne- conic. ln December, also, they enjoyed a stay at Camp Tyrone. For one whole week, the girls were showered with attention by some secret person who later was revealed at a 'Secret Sis- ter Party." Yes, those Y girls were certainly active! Cutting a Rug?-No Cutting paper for shakers which were sold :it thc Northern- Central footlszill gmnc. The MY" Girl at the paper cutter is Evelyn Loder with llctty Lon Pittsley :ind Marilou MacArthur. Tn the ine sort Edith Jzislow is shown :luring HY" Girl initiation. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 77 GIRL RESERVES OFFICERS lean Patterson .,........... .....,, P resident Esther Kasper. . . . .Vice-President Helen lacobs .... ,... S ecretary Dorothyjacobs ..,... . . .Treasurer Miss Phyllis lohnson .....,........... Sponsor You'll probably remember the afghan the Girl Reserves were knitting for the Red Cross when you were here. Well, they've made an- other oneftheir third afghan in two years. They assisted the "Y" girls in making the shakers for the Thanksgiving game, and later in the year enjoyed a Week-end at camp. The standing committee ond their chairman for the year Were: Program, Olga Bradley, Social, Gloria Hill, Music, lean Scott, Publicity, Mar- Good Samaritan-Sliuwn' looking at one of the many serapboriks which the Alpha Oinega niatle for servicemen are: first ruw, left tu right. Pauliiie Rushing: and Durntliy Lee, second mw, Nellie l'arpentci' antl Susie Dnckett: standing, Elaine Scott and Mclverinc Always on the Go-Pictured at the mp is the Alpha Omega Club, who is in the thick and thin of things at Northern, Members are, first row, left to right, Elaine Scott, Nellie Carpenter, Mattie VV:-lls, Suzie Duc- kett, Dorothy lllassingame and Margarite Nealg second row. Dorothy lVlae Lee, Sara Renfro, Jessie Smith, Juanita Mills and Mae Vlfalker: top row. Catherine Johnson, Paul- ine Rushing and Vera Jarrett. Girl Reserves in the bottom picture include, first row, left tu right, Vifanfla jean Arthur. Helen Jacobs, Esther Kasper, llorethca Rutlulph and Dorn- thy McCracken, secuntl row. Marjorie Grithn. Olga liraclley. Jackie Harper, Sandy Miller. Joan Falsom, Dorothy Jacobs and Gloria Hill: top row, Barbara McMillan, Shirley Gossel, ,lean Patterson, Jean Scott, Pat Lind :intl Betty Eby. jorie Griffin, Service, loan Folsom and Vlforship, Dorothea Rudolph. ALPHA OMEGA OFFICERS Margaret Neal ...,..............,.. President Dorothy Blossingame. . . . .Vice-President Harristine Walker. . . . ...... Secretary Ruth Cox ............ , . .Treasurei Miss Marion Coatos .................. Sponsor Three cheers to the Alpha Omega for making Scrapbooks for servicemen. This club was rep- resented at the MideWinter Conference and enf joyed many social affairs. Committees Were: Social, Mattie Wells, Pro- gram, Nellie Carpenter, Worship, lesse Smith, and Publicity, Elaine Scott. Prince. Girl Rest-rms aitlerl the war 4-l'furt by knitting. ln tlie pietnre tn the left are Helen Jacobs, Esther Kasper anil lilizalieth Taylnt' 78 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Real Vikings-As liranclies of the H-Y orgriuizntion, thc Norscmcn :md Northern Lights did their part in upholding the spirit of our school. Norse-men include, first row, loft to right, Samuel Cox, VVillie Elly, John Tucker, David McNeil, lsaac Smith and C'ornclius Jenkins: second row, John Johnson. Al Rravvs. Richard llc-llcr. Joe Coulter, Los- lie Rolmrts, Alfonso Rrody, Lindy Reeves :md their sponsor. A. VV. llnvis. ln the ccntvr pictnrc' Kay llillswortli, John Nliloy. Sam McKee and Jimmy llicks are shown playing at in Northern Lights basketball tunic. At thc liottoxu is picturn-fl the Northern Lights group, first row. left to riglit, llcrlm XVoodricl1. lid llciucorth, Ralph Cates, sponsor, Don Czzichorski :ind Frank Henry: second row, Ulztrv Smith, Curl Thonias, john Miloy, and jimmy Hicks: top row, Pat llcnry, Paul l.:iz:ir, Hill NVarm-r, Sami Mclice, Dominic 'l'om:isi :md Kay llillsworth. NORTHERN LIGHTS HI-Y OFFICERS Sam McKee ..,. ......,.., ...... P r esident Iimrny Hicks .... . .Vice-President Kay Dilsworth. . . .... Secretary lohn Miloy ..,. . . .Treasurer Rclph Cates ..,..,.....,......,....,, Sponsor Basketball competition was the principal ine terest in the Northern Lights Hi-Y his winter, the members participating in the Hi-Y League playoffs. ln the first round of the competition their record was a 5-U victory, in the second round they tied for first place. The first team members his year were: Kay Dilsworth, iohn Miloy, Sam McKee. Paul Lazar c nd limrny Hicks, cn alternate for Carl Thomc s. Another activity of this organization was tho sale of pop at the school dances. ik. V. NORSEMEN OFFICERS Leslie Roberts. . . ........,. ...... P resident Iohn Tucker . 4 , . . .Vice-President Alfonso Brady . . ...... Secretary Lindy Reeves .......... . . .Treasurer Reverend Arthur Davis ............... Sponsor Who are the Norsemen? Weil, they are the newest addition to the Northern Hi-Y groups. Club meetings were spent discussing school, community and vocational problems. Also there was a variety of special activities such as hold- ing special meetings With other Hi-Y groups, in- viting various speakers to their meetings and playing basketball in the Hi4Y league. Three of the fellows, Leslie Roberts, Iohn Tucker and Lindy Reevesrepresented the Norse- men at the state-Wide conference at Owosso. Lindy was chosen Vice-President of the confer- ence. ' JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FCRTY-FIVE 79 Acting Aspirants-Shown above are the members of the Dramateurs vvho participate in the various plays presented at Northern. They are, front row, left to right, Esther Hoffman, Jackie Harper, Rita Kurtz, Lois Steinman, Coyla Dodge and Muriel Wine- mang second row, Jackie Marquis, Marion Davis, Susanne Rumbold, Dorothy Vogt, Elaine Safer, Barbara Black, Helen Wait and Nancy De Roseg third row, Lillian Steph- en, Arliss Prescott, Marilou MacArthur, Evelyn Loder, Skippy Misekow, Martha Lee and Mrs. Anita Crust, sponsor: fourth row, Bob Fialka, Kay Dillsworth, Sam Atherton Bob Johnson and Ernest Cole. DRAMATEURS OFFICERS Bob Fialka ..... ....,.............. P resident Lois Steinman. . . .... Vice-President Evelyn Loder .... ....... S ecretary Coyla Dodge ..... ,... T reasurer Mrs. Anita Crust ..................... Sponsor You probably can't remember the Drama Club, for it Was just reorganized this year but shows great promise of being one of the leading clubs at ,Northern They started the year by presenting a play "Full Circle." Members tak- ing part were Bob Iohnson, Martha Lee, Coyla Dodge, lack Graves and Warren Wyles. Mari- lou MacArthur and Betty Lou Pittsley assisted with make-up while Ernest Cole did the an- nouncing. Inez Miller was in charge of Proper- ties, and Marilyn Peterson acted as promoter. On the evening of March 9 they presented two one-act plays "Swamp Spirit" and "Town Hall Tonight." The persons Who acted in "Swamp Spirit" were Coyla Dodge, Evelyn Loder, Albert DeVito, Ernest Cole, and Helen Wait. The "Town Hall Tonight" cast included Betty Lou Pittsley, Bob Fialka, Bob lohnson, Marilou Mac- Arthur, Stan Kuick, and loan Plew. lust as important as the actors themselves were these committee heads: Iackie Harper, pro- gram, Pat Streu and Donna Peterson, costumes, Ernest Cole, publicity, Susie Rumbold, house manager, Barbara Black, stage manager, Helen Waite and Beverly Watson, student directorsg Lois Steinman, properties, and Chuck Falken- stine, general chairman. Mrs. Anita Crust and Mrs. Mary Frazier took charge of all make-up. Later in the year Miss Elaine Goldstein spoke to us. You would have enjoyed the original melodrama Written for that evening by Bob Fialka. ln the skit were Bob, narrator, Martha Lee, Beverly Watson, Barbara Black, Lillian Stephen and Marian Davis. Helen Wait assisted. At another meeting the Drama I and ll classes presented plays and We, as the audience, chose the best male and female performance, and the best play. "Western Night" won first place as the outstanding play, lean Griggs was voted the best female performer, and lean Walls, in her portrayal of a cowboy, Was chosen the best male performer. QUILL AND SCROLL Remember the thrill you received when it Was announced you were in Quill and Scroll? I guess the requirements to become a member have always been the same. You must be in the upper one-third of your class scho- lastically and have done superior Work in some field of lournalism. And then too you must be recommended by the advisor and finally ap- proved by the international executive secretary. Pen-Worthy-Outstanding for their work in journalism are these Quill and Scroll Mem- bers. They are first row, left to right, Martha Lee, Edith Jaslow, Lois Reeves, Ethel Feld- man, Agnes Burgettg second row, Marion Carlson, Iona Thomas, Margaret Jarvis and Betty Failingg third row, Barbara McMillan, Olga Bradley, Marilou MacArthur, Betty Lou Pittsley and Cleo Swinehartg fourth row, Helen Frey, Beverly Watson, Jean Patterson, Bob Fialka and Marion Adams. Not in the picture are Evelyn Loder, Mary Jane Wy- man and Jackie Marquis. 80 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE r Dramatics at Northern-During the past yvzn' rlranmtics lms uncc :again fonnil a tnp place in Viking prcfc-i'c11cvs. Tlu-sc are scenes from the Viking Drznnzitic work. ln the upper llfllf-l'lllllIl Curncr are lirl Ezigzni, Jnlin Mrzisck, Art llnvis :nul ltill Kenny lllllljllllll Il sign :ulvcrtising the lJ1'1ln1:itcln's play, "lfnll l'irclv." At the loft lxnttnm, Nlztrtlm. l.cc nnfl ll-ill jnlmsun :irc caught in an su-no front "Full Circle." Another sci-nc POWDER 'N PAINT Many things are new in our Drama depart- ment, lim, but most of the favorite things you remember are still and always will be. Sure, we had a super senior play, "The lmaginary Invalid" by Moliere, and through the help of the new Drama instructor, Mrs. Anita Crust, it Went off with the usual bang. A new club of "hope to be," or rather would like to be, actors was formed. lt's called the Dramateurs. They've put on some swell plays from gloomy ghost stories to side splitting comedies. Remember those skillfull signs all over the halls, made by the art department, well they're still slaving from the szunv plziy is :it the l'lHlll'llIllI1l lmttmn. :mal pictures, frmn left to right, lllnrtlin l.:-r, jack Graves, XN':n'rcn VVilcs, llnls jnlin- son :incl Foylrl lluclgc. The iipper riglit-lixnul cnrnci' slmws ,luck Graves putting the finishing llllllii'-lip tnnclics un Smlic lllcGrcp:nr while joan ML-114.14-l zipplii-s llt'l' own nlzlkclillvg in thc l1:u'kgrmn11l :irc Snsic Rnnllmlrl mul ltnlm jnlinsun, ln ilu- insertcml picti1l'c', ltnlv julin- son is putting make-up nn Cnylzl Dodge. on them and loving it all the time. This year the art of "making the face presentableu was taken up by drama students and all could be seen with smudges of black mascara and red dots of rouge. Boys with towels around their heads resembled the fairer sex with beautifully "painted pusseslu With all these goings on, lim, the backbone of high school actors and actresses is still the same. The kids you'd bump into rehearsing their lines to themselves are still walking around, only now they're Walking up and looking up, up to better enjoyment for their schoolvyour school! JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTYfFlVE 81 Cook and Sew and Study Latin-The Hec Club, sponsored lay the Home Economics Department is pictured at the left with its members including Hrst row, left to right, Betty Lukes, Helen Hult- quist, Dorothy McCracken, JoAnn Garland, Velma Jones and Dorn- tliy Zeinlm: second row, Rosemary Elly, Jean Moore. Beth Rich- mond, Ruth Rzmville, Virginia Simpson, Marion Bully and Lois Grcsliamg third row, P:-it Jewett, Martha McMechan and Joanne LATIN CLUB Thelma Buckhalter. . . ..... Consul Primus Gordon Willoughby. . . .... Consul Secundus Norma lean Cargill. . . ,...... Secretarius Iames Morrow ..... - - -Quaestor Mrs. Eula Benoit. . . .... ....... S ponsor In spite of the man shortage the Latin Club membership this year has included more boys than girls, with everyone enjoying the meetings. Fun was not the only object of this club, as its motto is "Facta, non Verba" which means "Deeds, not Words." Among the charitable projects undertaken by these "Amici Latinae" was the collection of small gifts for unfortunate children sick in the hospital over the holidays. At Christmas time contributions were collected to provide the an- nual Christmas baskets lor two needy families. On Senior Award Night Latin A A Club Service Awards were pre- sented to the senior boy and girl who gave the most outstanding service to Northern in the past three years. You remember what an honor this award was. "Angels of Mercy"-Making these unique slippers for the Rccl Cross are Hes: Club members, left to right, Mary Matthews, Pat Jewett and Dorothy McCracken. At the ex- treme right, looking down at her inside-out skirt, is Ruth Ranville, who is being initiated in llec Cluh. Hoydic. At the right lookinjl very much alive despite their sup- posedly dcarl language, are Latin Fluli niemlrers. First row, left to right, Sally Scofield, Gloria Safer, lllnnda Vlfeddington and Thelma lluckhzilterg second row. Pat Iiintl and Juan Rudlandg third row, 'Roh Adams and Rulvcrt Davis: fourth row, Frank Osuski and Addison Gay, Jr. HEC GIRLS OFFICERS Patricia Iewett ..........,.......... President Martha McMechan. . . . . .Vice-President Dorothy McCracken. . . ..... Secretary Rosemary Eby ...... . . .Treasurer Mrs. Mary Miller .................... Sponsor As you know, the HEC CLUB derived its name from the words "Home Economics Course," be- ing organized for girls who are interested in the art of home making. During this year the girls spent most of their time making slippers and ditty bags for the Red Cross. This took a great deal of time, but they enjoyed doing something worth while for the war effort. Later the club listened to several speakers from a beauty school in order to keep up on the latest beauty secrets. These speakers explained and demonstrated how colors and styles were suited to the individual girl. 82 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE "N" CLUB OFFICERS Coyla Dodge ..........,.......,.... President Helen Wait ...,... ..., V ice-President Evelyn Loder .......,.....,......., Secretary Susanne Rumbold .............,.... Treasurer Mrs. Marian Brooks and Miss Vivian leand'heur ............,....... Sponsors Look at those pretty red letters that they are flashing! The "N" Club has finally been reorgan- ized after two years of inactivity. Any girl who has received the required 500 points for her first letter automatically becomes a member. After attaining the first letter only 250 points are needed to receive a second, then comes the third, and finally the fourth, which is the highest achievement and is received only by the best athletes. The first event of the "N" Club season was the award banquet held early in the second se- mester. Miss Lina Tyler, Director of City Recrea- tion and former Physical Education instructor at Northern, was the guest speaker and told of the opportunities in the recreational field. At the first formal meeting members listened to a recording of Miss Dorothy Breda, former Awards-Shuwu :it thc' sin-:ikcrs tzililv rs-- rm-iving ht-r h-ttcr from Miss Yivizm ,ll'Zlllllill0llY is l'linrluttc Kilim-sv, Mrs. Marimi ltrmiks is assisting. The receiving of letters was :i xrnln eva-nt for those :Athletic mimlcnl girls sliuwli with their awarwls. Thr-y are, first rriw, lc-ft tri right, Evelyn ffeikkincn, Ruse Szniturn, Phyllis Athr-rtrm. Mni'jr1ric . . , . . , , . Stringer, ln! lillly, M:u'1lyt1 lvtvrsml. lhyllis 'l'ollu-rt. l'iliz:ihcth Yzimlmrick, flclcn VV:nit mul Nhlrlvy I ulim-r: at-Cuml row, lk-vcrly Wntsrin, Arliss Prescott, Lois TL-llimz. Clizirlottc Knicsv. Vuyln llmlgc, Evelyn l.utlcl'. Susainic Rllllllllrlfl, Murimm Davis, llumlu llutfcy :mul ll:irlmr:u Black: thirrl row, Mrs. Marion Ilrnuks, lmln llzitvli. Dvlurt-s Struh, Sam Jam- Sziikn, .loam l'r-:ilu-, lilziinc Amlrcixs, Rosc- umry XVZHSUII. llurutliy llogzin, ,funn Mtichell, Nuln Mac VVilli:inis, Pal Yan lfuskirk :mul Mrs, Yivinn jc:m1l'l1uurg forth row, Joyce Rout. V14-0 SWlIll'llIll'f, flnlilim- fivrkv, Ro- ucnv Ring :mel l'm-g Uwrcy. Northern instructor now in Texas with the Red Cross, who told of her work there. Later, home on furlough, Miss Breda was the guest speaker at an "N" Club potluck supper. The girls in the "N" Club who have earned one letter are Phyllis Atherton, Barbara Black, Donna Buffey, Shirley Culiner, Helen Cakl, Mar- ion Davis, Coyla Dodge, Pauline Gerke, Theresa Green, Evelyn Loder, lackie Marquis, loan Mitchell, Peggy Owrey, lean Peake, Betty Lou Pittsley, Arliss Prescott, Rowene Ring, loyce Root, Sarah lane Saiko, Rose Santora, Eleanor Selte, Pat Slade, Barbara Snyder, Cleo Swine- hart, Lois Telling, Dorothy Vogt, Rosemary Watson and Elizabeth Yambrick. Second letters were awarded to Elaine An- drus, Pat Lily, Skippy Misekow, Marilyn Peter- sen, loyce Root, Susanne Rumbold, Marjorie Stringer, Delores Stroh, Pat Van Buskirk and Beverly Watson. There were very few awards above first let- ters in this graduating class, as girls sports were not offered for one year. Only five girls, Helen Wait, Skippy Misekow, loyce Root, Marilyn Peterson and Elaine Andrus received a third letter. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 83 Moral-Builder-The lxancl contrilwuted many hours of enjoyment to Northern Students this year, Members are first row, left to right. ,lack Thonias. liclwarcl Miller. Ralph Dirlier, Carl Sanders, Arlflisou Gay. Rrlwarfl Mitchell. llc-lrlon Denman, Frank Sheldon, Dick llart, Art llansen, Jack Dawson anal Adolph Rcvinsg second row, Max XYoorl. Howarfl Mefollcy, llarry Sutphcn, James Miclialka, l'arl Rosonougzli. Jerry Howard, Don llon, Dwain XVylie, Don BAND AND ORCHESTRA The marching and concert bands under the direction of Bernard Smith have been as busy as ever this year, During the halt at the annual Turkey Day game, they combined their talents with the marching band of Central in perform- ing new formations for an overwhelming crowd. ln addition, the band has played at many send- otts, and featured several soloists on W.F.D.F. Because ot the shortage of musicians at North- ern, the orchestra was not able to appear in the Spring Music Festival as a group this year, but instead sent soloists to represent them. They were lack Thomas, Clarinet, Don Lewis, French Horn, Max Wood, Trumpet, and lack Graves playing his original piano composition. Music Makers-An important part of the school activities arc these orchestra nu-nilmers. first row, left to right, .lack Graves, jean Scott. Denny Denman, Norma Jean Cargill, Rohcrt ltills, Mike Fotocncy. Elizabeth Pakanowsky anzl l'at l.inml. Second row, Lewis, Don llittle, Millard Michael. Georgia Fatrill, Patricia VVatson and Doris Barkley: tliirfl row. Mike Nestor, Earl Prahl, Joe Taylor. Marvin Phillips, farl Taylor, Harry Allis, Joyce llllilflillll. Roosevelt Taylor, Ruben Cans, Donald Keywortll, Don l'luina. Rolwrt Seng, Bill Lewis, Delmar Alvernatliy anrl Ralph Carly: fourth row, Jean NVilson, George Serenlrctz, l.con Slocum and Kenneth Zylver. BAND CALENDAR 1944-'45 A11 home football and basketball games. Army and Navy inductees leaving the city. Armistice Day Parade ...... November 11, 1945 Combined Northern and Central Concert ............,... February 25, 1945 Spring Music Festival ..... . . .March 18, 1945 Fisher Body Tank Plant. . . ,,.. April 9, 1945 Memorial Day Parade. . . . .May 30, 1945 1945 Commencement ..,..... . . .May 31, Soloists over W.F.D.F. ..,....... May 31, 1945 ORCHESTRA CALENDAR 1944-'45 Opera "Maritana" .......... April 19, 20, 1945 Senior Play "The lmaginary 1nva1id" .............. ...May 4, 5, 1945 Senior Honor Night .... . . .May 25, 1945 Soloists over W.F.D.F... ...May 31, 1945 Elizalwth Roniito, Glvnora lrwin, llolr Jolnison, Robert Craig. Del- mar Aliernatliy. Don Lewis, Duane Vtlilcy, llowarrl Finger, llarolrl Pintor, Betty 1'ctrill ancl Shirley Stewart. 84 THE VIKING NOROSCCPE A Cappella Choir-Northern musical spirit is vividly portrayed by the haunting.: rcfrriins of the A Cappella Choir. These memlmrs include, first row, left to right, ,lean Allen, Retry Lukes, llonim Suse-en, ,luzin l.uxon, Jenn 0'll:1re, llevvrly VVinter, Sally Ruse, l.illiznl Stephens, Juuelln Gardner, l':iul:l llnrtnmn, Tlielum lluckhritler, Gloria llill. lleloris llowell, Martha l.ce, Mildred flziytoii, lilizzilretli Taylor, Dolores l"0lini.: and l.m'r:iim- VVithlnrodtg second row. Dorethri Ford, Mzirtlm Tnrver, Esther Kasper, Helen Jnclms, Nellie l.:iz:ir, Agnes Mather, Donna Vizill, lletty l.uu Pittsley, Caroline Spickn, Put llull, Louise Travinski, Lois llickey, Sylvia K!lllll'l'SL'l1lll1, Florence Moore, Donna 'lllll'llllS, lletty lillithurpe, VVilmn Pike :md Shirley Tziljunick: third row, XVm. Caldwell, lluzine Kimmel, XVayne llluss, Russell Ruse, lluug llrukaw, Rex lVilli:nnson, llerln-rt llilliker, llhillip Dt-Vito, Chester Summon CHOIR OFFICERS Bob Draper .... .....,..,. ....... P r esident Sally Rose ...,.... .... V ice-President Betty Lou Pittsley. . . ..... Secretary Gerald Marsh ..... ..... T reasurer Beverly Winter. . . . . .Robe Mistress Don Kuick .................,..... Robe Mister SECTION CHAIRMEN lean O'Hare. . . ............ lst Soprano Agnes Mather. . . . . .2nd Soprano Deloris Howell. . , ...... lst Alto Shirley Taljonik. . . .......... 2nd Alto Gerald Marsh. . . , . . lst and 2nd Tenor Russell Rose. . . ........,.. Bass and Baritone SCHEDULE Michigan Education Association. . . . . .Oct. 15 Sorosis Club ......................... Dec. ll Christmas Concert .......,..........., Dec, l7 Caroling in Northern Corridors. .Dec. 20, 2l, 22 Caroling at Garfield School ........... Dec. 21 16 Spring Music Festival ...... . . .March Kiwanis Club .........,. . . .April 29 Rotary Club ....... ...... M ay ll Opera "Maritana" .,..,........... April l9, 20 "I Am An American Day" Program at l.M.A. ........................ May 30 and Richard Dzxyg fourth row, Ruben Dud- Kzillitleisch, Walt Messenger, Gnrold March ley. Robert Katz, Carl Little, Don Pound, :md Cyrus Lnzar. Members are shown nt the Boll Draper, Don Kuick, Bill Weber, Earle left caroling around the Christmas tree. The War may change things, but the A Capel- la Choir still has the same prewar quality. They not only performed for various organizations in the community, but sent soloists Betty Lukes and Mildred Clayton to W.F.D.F. As a climax to their already commendable year, the choir presented the colorful "Maritana". CAST Maritana Ca young gypsy girll .... loan Kadey Charles ll CKing of Spainl ...... Fritz Froehlich Sumner Maule Don lose De Santarem tPrime Ministerl ................... Francis Davis Don Caesar Ce Bazan Ca noblemanl ..,...,.. . . .George Black Ralph Didier Lazarilla Ca servantl. . . . . .Delores Davidson Betty MacRae Tony Ca boatmanl. . . . .William Weber Garold Marsh lacques Can armorerl. . . .... Don Kuick Robert Katz . . . .Duane Kimmel Glen Waun Marquis De Montefiori .... ...Russell Rose Marchioness De Montetiori ...... Beverly Winter Enrico Ca captainl. . . JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 85 "Sing Pretty Maiden, Sing" urged the chorus on the nights of April 19 and 20. Scenes from the opera are shown above th the insert showing Le-rov Daniels directing at dress rehearsal. "MI-XRITANI-X" CHORUS OF GYPSIES Bonita Sasseen Caroline Spicko Patricia Hull Donna Viall Iouella Garner Donna Titmus Wilma Pike CHORUS Gloria Heidenreich Lillian Stephen Thelma Buckhalter Gertrude Himelhoch Ioan Luxon lean Allen Martha Tarver Elizabeth Lukes Shirley Taljonick Elizabeth Taylor Martha Lee Phillip DeVito Cyrus Lazar Rex Williamson Tom Williamson OF PEASANTS Ramona Dolsen Sylvia Kamerschen Lois Hickey George Black Ralph Didier Richard Days Earl Kalbileisch Donald Titmus Chester Simmons CHORUS OF SPANISH WOMEN AND MEN Nellie Lazar Helen Iacob Esther Kasper Agnes Mather Doretha Ford Delores Poling Walter Messenger Delores Howell Sally Rose Betty Pittsley Iean O'Hare Gloria Hill Mildred Clayton Lorraine Wittbrodt Florence Moore , W Betty Ellithorpe William Caldwell William Hogan Ruben Dudley Garold Marsh Herbert Hilliker William Weber CHORUS OF LORDS AND LADIES CHORUS OF SOLDIERS Gordon Baier Russell Hutson Carl Little Fritz Froehlich Sumner Maule Douglas Brokaw Glen Waun Duane Kimmel Russell Rose Chester Simmons Kenneth Raymond Ralph Didier George Black Garold Marsh William Weber Don Kuick Robert Katz Phillip DeVito Cyrus Lazar Donald Titmus Rex Williamson Tom Williamson William Caldwell William Hogan Ruben Dudley Herbert I-Iilliker Walter Messenger Richard Days Earl Kalbtleisch 86 THE VIKING NOR OSCOPE Give it Their Beit-llnsy wnrkiiig nn thc Nniwiscupc. whirli you nrt- nun rt-ruling. nrt- siilni- nn-nilmi-iw nt' the ,lmirnzilisxli l class. ln tht- iilipt-r lttft :tri-. lvft lu right. klnlizl lfcwliiik. llvls-n l"i'L'j'. ,luvf tniclim- hlziriniis. Luis lint-s :intl litlit-l lfifltliiizin. Selling: tht- V745 ycztilit-ill :nv ,lurk lfrzinn :xnml lnnzt 'llllUlllIlS, wluing pretty gufirl in giving lht-ii' snlt-s tzillr. lin-ft lu right, INl:t1'g:ll't-t vlzirvis, Suv: l'iL'i'L't-, t'l1r:n1nt- XXX-iss :intl hlzirinn t'zn'lstni listt-n. lnsvrtetl :it thc left. inn nill Iinnl thr vt-ry :nnlmitiuns nn-nllwrs uf thc nrt rlcpurlinc-lit. Slztntlinq :iw hlimlnn- lltiynlir. lion l'zzit-litiiwki, :intl l':xt Ji-wvtt. Rv' HEADLINES AND DEADLINES ln addition he arranged Fun Night, annual sports fracas and encouraged physical fitness for the Armed Forces. Mr. Schulz and his lournalism classes had auite a time getting the North Wind out and compiling this Noroscope. Pictures had to be taken, stories written, headlines made and deadlines met. Layouts were made for the year- book, all pictures were identified, and before you, is the Noroscopeeresult of problems met and overcome. Lots of your friends were back on the staff again this year. Bob Fialka was editor, no less, of the North Wind. Some of the page editors were: Helen Frey, Marilou MacArthur, Ethel Feldman, Lois Reeves, Mary lane Wyman, Ma- rion Adams and Don Babitch. The business staff, as usual, helped a great deal with the ln-con .Xi'nt-ttt- :intl Nlxiry Miller uri- si-ntctl. The inscrt :it thc right :litmus ,li-:in l':tttt-renin. Ulgzi lfrzullcy :incl ll:u'l1:n':i Blclllillzin looking uvvr tliv untinisln-tl Nnrtliwintl. At right cctitvr, llolm Enders Noro- scupe 1ilintui5i'zipl14-i'. stxinrls rvruly to lzikc :1 picture. ln the lower left curncr. Marion .Xrlznns has hi-i' picture taken by T. Claire IVIEL-tts. Ainmtlii-r Nuruscopc 1iliutugi'ziplwr. llarolrl Iiuuclicr, is in thc hnttvnn ct-liter. At right lower, Gln-n hvllllll risks Minnie Reeil, "lIuw alumni this frzuin-?" :is th:-5' sch-vt fminvs for their grmlnatiun pivtlxrc-s. ads and sales of both North Winds and Noro scopes. By the way, lim, if you're not already re- ceiving the North Wind, just drop a line to the business staff and ask them to send it to you. That's another way the business staff helped! sending North Winds out to service men. When we were well on the way to having a finished yearbook, we lost both our photog- raphers, one to the army, the other to the Mer- chant Marines. This put us in a great stew, but as always, there was a Viking waiting and ready to learn. Remember how the reporters used to jump on unsuspecting members of Northern for in- terviews, choice bits for the gossip column, or how to spell someones name? Well, this still goes onfas strongly as ever. 88 THE VIKING NOROSCQPE FROG FROLICS Remember your biology class when the girl beside you got a terrific case of sneezing from the formaldehyde in which l'Little loe" your frog had been preserved? Those were the days. You thought biology was a tough subject, but when you got into chemistry you really slaved. Learning to distinguish meters, liters and grams from one another was what got you. You had one gram of water and two liters of flower of sulfur. Oh, what fun you had doing those ex- periments. Remember when George Serenbetz tried to burn his eversharp just to see if it would melt, and that experiment with hydrogen sul- Frogs and Testubes! lu tht' upper lt-ft-lxziml cmrucr wc sci um palm-il cxprussimus :is vlmsvph Grzuly's Vliysimlmgy class lA'Il.fL'lIl'S bixu Clllllllj' ilissn-ct the lu-:Art mf :I cmw, Huck rmw, left tm right. Rmb Miller. llmrmtby Kulms, Iitlwl Pziluimuutt-r, Rmbcrt Vl'liitm0rc, l'li:n'lt-s l'billippi, .Incl l.utz, l.mri':iiuu Yurlu. Nlzirtlm Thmmns :ulml Rmrc Tnssmn. lfrmm rmw, ltill Ymumzms. llmn Flvwe-lliripz. Albert Ryuczi, .luck lfiiuflziml, l'l4lxx:u'il furtis :mil Mr. firmly. Thu Clin-mb istry stumlvuts in tbl- upper right picture arc: loft tm right, l'zit lla-nry, liil llt-imfmrtb. limb I'rim-, limb llvllciigi-1' zuul llzuuvl llnlriivli. At thi- lt-ft. iuillillc rmw. wc sci- juclcl Ilcim-mzm :uul lNl:u'g:u'i-t H0llllllKW1ly lmmking mvi-r tbl- slmcciitu-us in llimlmgy vlznss. .M ct-utr-r, wmrkiug in "ill-:ul lirm-St." uri' ,luck l"iugl:uul, lfrcilzl llilly, l.mrt-in Nntzkc-, "litem-st" zuul Mr. Grmly. Albert McCmmbs, fide, when you had to stick your head out the window to keep from fainting from the rotten egg odor? After that chemistry ordeal you had to think it over twice before you decided to venture into Physics, but you made the attempt and came out fairly well. You always had been interested in electricity, and Physics was the place to sat- isfy your curiosity. ln one experiment, Mr. DePree had the entire class join hands around a peculiar machine When the two end fellows grabbed a couple of knobs, everyone received a big shock. llmwnril Ifingt-r. Mzirtlixl llt-iulctt, lizwlrurxl llmlllm-n lbzwk rmwl, flurry llnrkt-r fstnmliugl. Flztri-iicc Mmss, lYztylic lllmrtiuu-r :mil liiiifi-lic Mytcrzi pt-rfmrni :ui cxpa-riiui-ut in mmilvru soil-use class, l'ic1uri-s in ilu' bmttmm rmw, :is fmllmws. wi-rc tnkcu xxbcn thc sc-uimr l,mys uv.-ut fmi' tlu-il' 'l'.ll. X-rays. .Xt tbc It-til, Xvxllt lll'L't'illll, limb XYmlt'i-, ,linuuy ltlssri :uul lfrzuik fsnpm zira- w:niliiu.5 iu tbc ruimlitmrium fmr tbcir x-my s. lx-ft vt-ntt-r: Phyllis t'luu'rli clivcks llnrmlil llmuchcr, llmu l"lcu't-lling. Stuw:u't llryzm :mil llmb llmll mtl' lbv list :is tllvy paw intm thc mln-ssim: rmmui, Gvui- Grittiu, llnrmltl Kulzikny, llmu lh-ssl-lm, Abc linslimm. VV:1lt lim-4-smii. limb XYmlfc, ,lmlmuic Hsszx :mil lin-u Sriutcc wait mulsimli- thc xfrziy rmmm. Actually bt-ing x myi-ml is Rulmt-rt liztcb, wbilc limb llrxnpi-r, limb llmlt :uul l"rt-xl limrf: lmmk mu. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 89 Foods and Fixin's-The luseious looking cookies you see pic- tured in the upper left hand corner were niade hy future cooks. A few of these eooks of a Foods II class caught in the ziet, fourth hour. are left lo right, liraee Taylor, VYinifred l'ierce, Margaret l'olovina. The agesoltl proverlr. "The XVay to :1 Man's lleart ls 'l'hrough llis Stomach" is aptly illustrated hy Mrs. Carver's Foods ll elass in the upper right hand picture, The cooks are, left to right. Marie Shalieen. Noreen Sunil, Marie Fnpello, Donna Ander- son, Dorothy McNeill. llarhara liolden and Phyllis VVripzht. Young si-:nnstresses in Mrs. llrewr-r's class, Yereie XYright and Dorothy Zeniho haste. while Shirley Sherman and Florence Ncsser study a pattern for their next ereation. joan Daeh and Shirley Soderhloom, dressed in snits niade hy their own hands. admire joan Mitcliell's production. .Xll these tixin's are pictured in the left hand picture TASTES AND BAISTES "I think it needs a little more sugar." "No, it needs more vanilla," These are the remarks heard from within the cooking classes. Yes, the girls are still making as varied and unusual concoctions as they did when you were here. Remember the good and bad smells that came from these classes and how these smells tortured the hungry students? Well, this cruel act is still in practice. Remember when they had to rip out a seam, rehern the skirt, and then when they thought in the renter row. The center insert shows more fixin's. Dorothy Mefraeken and Daphna Maddey hem Helen llulduist's skirt. Helen Ili llaun serves M rs, Dorothy Alexander, in the right center picture. Others shown are, first row. Mrs. Nelda Topolka, Miss Geneveive Ahhott and llasil Siinsg hack row: Mrs, Anita Crust, Mrs. Dorothy Harvey, Mrs. Hula Benoit, Miss Ann llohlen and Miss Ima Chanihers. attending a tea given hy the Foods ll class. The teachers shown at the left bottom areg left to right, Bernard Smith, Crandall llishee. Mrs. l,ura lirewer and Mrs. Nelda Topolka, eating in the cafeteria. The scene at right bottom shows Mrs. Aniellia Paniiek and Mrs. Mary llerzog. Cafeteria helpers, serving hungry students. The lunchers, left to right are. Lois Caister, Jean liedell, Donna Yiall, Mary Rogers. Velma Broome, Joan Garland and Uma Ht-inmun. they had it just about done, discover it's about a mile too big. These headaches are still sutier- ed by hard working clothes girls. These girls, the same as your classmates did, made their Easter outfits which were displayed in the glass case next to the ottice, with a small card at- tached to each telling the owner and price. Something new has been added. The girls in sewing class are now adding class to their sew- ing They are making personal dress forms. 90 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE Kommercial Kids-In tlit- nppt-r lt-ft mriicr, Miss lum Vliziin ln-rs gin-s iiistrurtimis in wluyrt' liiiipy. Utln-rs in tlii- Class :irc-' from row, Sliirlt-5 Gosscl: st-cowl run, li-ft tu riiglit, M:u'iun Davis, l'cI-Il-L5 Owrcy :tml Alzirtlizt l':tttn-rsmi: tliirrl row, Miss flizmir ln-rs, .loyvv linipi, Nzitlizilic llzirv.-, lit-tty Martin, liillizui Stn-plu-ii, :tml Maxim- livmisg fuurtli rim. 'lllu-lmzi llnckliziltc-r, llciiry Nic-C, Alzm l':irtn-r :incl limlwzirnl ,lust-pli. ikimtlicr typing class is sliuwii in tht- top l'lHlll'llllllIl curm-r. Studi-nts :irc-: left to right. first row. lilnim- limwxil, Blmli-liiic lk-rsrlm, lilziim- lit-1-ka-r :xml l.illy l'lllIlliL'l'Q st-cowl row, Sziruli jam- Sziilxo, l':it Slmlc :incl Marion llzivisg fourth vow. .Xllu-rtzi Koltuii :mal K'liristo1il1i-r lfowlt-r. In the li-ft-lizmal pit-tiin-, mitltlli- row, wx- sm- Mrs, Kin-tic-x'icx'c Alilmutl prcscnt :in lIlL'llllll' tux prolilt-ni to llnrotliy' Kam-. Ni-xt tu lu-r is Ni-lllzi Built-y. ADD 'N AD LIB Typing, shorthand, calculating, and many of these other subjects were on your commercial course, That typing class! Bemember when you thought that you would never be able to learn those key letters to start out? Gradually you got so you knew the difference between "r" and "u" without looking at the keyboard, but still you did make all those silly mistakes. After complet- ing the first lesson you thought that you had a perfect paper for once, which would be sure to be an but disgustingly you discovered that you struck that silly "v" instead of Hb"- that meant one thing, you had made more than five mistakes. Finally the end of typing, and you did know that even though you were the only boy in that class, you really did enjoy it. , . . , . . l liyllis K liurvli :tml llii-rt-sri .'Xi1mlrn-us :irc 111 tht- from row, .Xt route-r in tlin- mirlells- rim. Ilia- lilirzirg ss-rvirv girls look uri-r :I clisplny if new liuolis, l'ictl1rL-cl lull! to rigllt tlwy :tri-: flillllflllk' liriilr, l"lm'i-ucv Ns-ssm-r, llc-tty lllurt-5, ll:irlv:ir:i liulyii mul Vzirul 'lll'lll'Illl. .Xt riiglit ci-iitcr, -lulm llimxii. -lulm VV:ilmli-ii, lil:-:nmru iiurlia-lil :tml lbmmtliy Slitlic-rlzultl fst:ili1liiigl: ,lm-ssiv Smith, Sllirlcy I4-iris. lizirla- llutlliy. Klzirilyi Yun llolilur, iii-r:ilwl llullluy :tml lliniglns Snow lst-:llc-ill llolrl ri lllxCllS3l4lIl. lii tliv luwt-r lvfl picturr. llzwa-ll l'ittsl1-y, lll:u'ui-ll:i l':isri1zz:i :mil Iona 'Vlionizns typt-. A1 ccntcr, lm! tom row, Mrs, lic-iii-via-vv .Xlxlrutfs llooklwi-piiig class is zulelrn-ssl-ml by :1 sp:-:ilu-i' mi tht- sulrja-ct ut' ilirmm- tux. In tlit- li-ft lmttoni picture, Maxrilou lllurrziy rn-corrls ilu- lizippciiiiigs nf zi rluy on xi illiiiii-ogr:ipli mzicliim-. By the Way, it did help you in the service, didn't it? Secondly, came the Bookkeeping class. At least it was a little easier, for it contained some math, which is usually quite easy for the boys. When you learned about Personal Bookkeeping, you thought you'd never use any of it, but when you became Treasurer of your l-lieY Group you found it quite handy. Bemember the night lohn and lean called to compare answers on the Spencer Set and you found that the comparisons were all quite different? lt was quite a surprise to you when you got the Superior Award from the International Bookkeeping Contest, and when the teacher announced it to the class, your face became flushedeto think a boy could beat all those girls. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 91 FUTURE CRAFTSMEN As usual our shop classes are busy developing future crafts- men for industry. The boys are still turning out the useful knic- knicks of wood and metal that you made when you were here. Around the halls it's not un- usual to see a group of fellows standing around and admiring a well made screwdriver or an interesting wooden doorstop. With increased practice the boys are constantly getting more skillful and many of the jobs are better than similar articles made commercially. When fellows from Northern start on a project they really make the chips fly. No wonder so many of them become ex- perts after they graduate. Especially popular with the boys are the various drawing classes. You must remember how much fun it was watching your drawing grow from a few layout lines into a finished product. Of course, the usual catastro- phies, spilled ink and smudged drawings, still occur. lt's then that the boys start working away with their erasers. One difficulty these days is a scarcity of drawing pencils. Many boys are forced to use any description of pencil they can obtain, not like the good ole' times when you could go up to a clerk and say, "Pencil, No. 3, please." Whrr!-Some boys who have taken Industrial Arts this semester are shown doing their work in the following pictures. In the top picture: John Johnson, Louie Amen, Mel- vin Shemp, and Albert 0'Kazin LL. to RJ are finishing some tables they are making in woodshop. In the top inset Norman Young completes a drafting project. Joe Lukes and Hill Yroman look over a machine in Machine Shop. In the second inset: Edward Gazall. Lorein Natzke, Edward Mitchell and Charles Kalakay learn the whrssl and whyfors of Auto shop. Basil Sims instructs Harold Martin in the making of a mail box in Metal . mp. 92 THE VIKIN OR WORD MASTERS Oh, those languagesl "All Gaul is divided into live parts"-for was it three. Oh, well, it's all a part of those pleasant memories of Caesar and his continual battles. Spanish drives us all batty, 'cause those Spanish students are always argu- ing in language they insist is Spanish. "Asi es la vida," one ol their favorite expressions, means "such is lite"--so we're told-but we wouldn't guarantee it. While many students struggle through the various foreign languages, most of us find that we have all we can handle in our futile at- tempt to learn the English language, You had your troubles, too, didn't you-Grammar al- ways presented its dilticulties and oh, that poetry! The sophs can't make any more sense out of "The Merchant of Venice" now than you Subject and Verb Vlasscs ln thi' invpcr loft hand cornrr is a sm-tic from Mrs. Myra Sclinltz's Spanish lll class. Scnors lion llvikkincn front. anrl Larry Sliorv assist S1-noritas llclty Gustafson anrl lflcanoi' Sc-llc with thc finishing touches on the miniatnrr- Spanish l'hristmas. ln thu top center arc thc Latin stnrlx-nts, lr-ft to right, Elaine Folmlc, joan Rnrllanrl, Vivian llcllispit- and lh-tty ji-an Failing. The nppvr right hand corner pictnrv is colnposctl of one of Mrs, llarvt-y's French classes. Bar- lrara llanscn anal l'l1arlt-s llarriny.gcr sing Sill-nt Night in "flue-nt l"i'ciwh." In thc right hanrl mimlillv row is a plain, tlown to earth linglish class, giving st-lvc-tt-tl hooks thu once over. They are, could back in your sophomore year. The girls continue to "swoon" when "The Highwaymanu is read aloud to the class. The seniors still roam around reciting Shelly or Keats and never fail to discuss those horrible term papers. "Silas Marnerf' "Shylock" and the "Raven" may bring back some of those lost memories ot Northern to you, memories ofthe teachers you liked most, the cute little brunette who sat across the aisle, even the homework you wish you could be doe ing now. Everyone has his own personal problems in English---whether to use "is" or "are," a comma or a semi-colon. Yep, English was a real ore deal for you, "back when" and for us, too, but we all take it and like WJ it and must admit, when we're all through, that it was good for us, lt-ft. to right, Mary llrarkncy, Tom lmc, Maria liars, Martha llawcs, Slove Sliziak anal ,Ivan Lyons. In thc- nximlrllt- center, :Irv Marion Davis aml llolv lit-langcr portraying a stone front tht- wvll known "Romeo anil Juliet." Another English class tlramatiza- tion is in thc li-ft hand mizlrllc. I.:-fl to right arc Al Hughes, Mar- gart-t Grimm, Frank 'l'riggx-1' aml joan XValclin. ln thc lower left hanil rorna-r arc tivo girls intn-restr-il in ann-nllnn-nts to thc half grade, 'llhs-y art- lt-ft to right Jo Ann Garlanil. Rosa-mary Elwy, ,Ioan Miller. Lila Kcclcy aml l'n-ggy Cllillt'll4ll'll. ln thc lower right liancl cornvr is an English class alnsorlit-ml in st-ction mliscussirm. . 1 , A In 6 i f - ...S 4 ' ' yu K. ., ix J , v"""'rw4,., 'irifyv-K.. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 93 REAL LIFE PROBLEMS And then there were the history classes. Re- member what a struggle it was to get through, even on a lt's still just as hard to get that supplementary reading done now, as it was when you handed in your "original" biography just freshly copied out of a Lincoln Library, plus a few anecdotes of your own. Of course, your teacher never guessed! ln Early European History, the students are still trying to figure out who really ruled the Roman Empire, and who won the lUU years war. They remain unanswered, just as they were when you tried to solve them. Then in Modern History, you and the Napo- leons had your own private warl Although he usually won out. Remember? With elections and all, Bismarck takes a back seat. Remember how hard it was to decide Hysterical History--ln the upper left hand corner Joan Plew and Shirley Cnliner trace current events in a U. S. History ll class. Left to right at top center, we see Arlene Schlicger, Lois Tcrllune, Nola May VVilliams, Margorie lVfessr-nheimcr, Barbara lit-instead and June Yonmans, debating on a current events question, Ralph Didier and lla Millet' locate different countries on the map in the top right hand corner. ln the center at the left, Agnes Tinrgett and Stanley Knick, Jr., head the discussion groups in hehalf of the Democrats. while Barbara Black and Ken Santee nphold the Republicans in the 1944 election. In the which of your two best friends, Bob or Dick, you should vote for? How you had to bluff your way with both, and finally left the space blank? Well, friends are still running against friends, and having a lot of fun doing it! Another election came this year-the big presidential election. That took front seat in all classes. Votes were tallied and everything just as they were when you attended Northern. One thing we'll always remember about the first floor corridor is the canvas of girls of differ- ent lands. Remember the red head in the middle? Right now we are having quite a del- uge of modernistic posters. They have had a lot of interesting ones on the various Bond Drives too. We don't suppose you saw any of them. center. Martha Lee had her campaign speech for N0rthern's 1944 election 0.K.'erl by Miss Donna McCaughna. At right center, students in a history class represent different countries at a peace conference. "Rev" and "FIV" at left bottom are in reality Bev- erly XVatson and Evelyn Loder, campaigning for Senior class ofhcers. At bottom center. left to right. Dallas Perry, Adeline Look, and George Roh records student votes for the 1944 presi- dential eleetion. Voting at Northt-rn's election in the lower right arc Sam Atherton and Roh llalanger. Nancy DcR0se looks on. QLHLQ S9 94 THE VIKING NOROSCCDPE Dance time at Northern-ln the upper left-liznnl corner, Tulrhy zinrl 'llnylui' will spell 'I' n 'll mi :iny rlmlcc floor. lh'lm'cs rlncsnlt I1-si-iiilvle zi funtlnzill, lint Tulilry elm-sn't sq-em to mincl, lic still liulrls thi-in thc szinu-. Maylmc Dolores lN1cT:igi:vr :intl llc-lon llavitlck will tzicklu liini. Top row ccntcr, llzuntrrininiick? Two lively littlc kills nutcil all avi-r sclnml for their ilziucing :irc llelnrcs Okzil :mrl .lt-:in Fit-ining. They :irc picturcrl here strutting their stuff :it the junior llnncv. Top right-hznul curncr, rlrcziniy music :it the Sopho- nmrc llzincc cziiiss-cl thc smiles uf Mzirinn Davis :incl Sam Athcrtnn. Miulmlli- row, li-ft, Ujiggiii' zilmu.!," dancing :it thc "Junior jig" are SOCIAL HOURS Remember when we used to dance to our favorite tune, 'Alwaysf' "The Knights of Melody" played it just the way we liked to dance to it, The Art Department is still doing a swell job ot decorating the gym tor our eve- ning's fun. Stanley Kuick, Sr. and Miss Lucy Dillon still greet us at the door with their cheery smiles to take our tickets or to punch our Student Unions. The l-li-Y boys still check our coats and serve the cokes at the coke bar. That was always one thing we enjoyed during intermission-a coke with you. l't-tggy llmlelix zinrl llorei-n l':irk. iicunriri Supp :intl Kzirlo limlluy enjoy tlu-iiisz-lvcs Jilsu, uiimlxllc, Cl'1Ill'I'. kt-citing trzick of cunts :incl mining zi guurl jul: :it ilu- junior flziss Dance were loft to right. Dun :intl Stun Kuick, jr. During inti-rniissimi. the cruwil :it uni- of tlu- , scliunl ilnnccs pzuiscs fur :i rukc. licturcil It-ft to riglit, thx-y :irc ,lzicqm-liiiv Shzirp, Rmwiu- Ring, Iinli jolinsmi, Hula Davis :intl llill lliulsmi. ln lt-ft li:inil linttuni pictnrc, lirl lC:igmi :unl l':nt Vzirkliurst, :intl Maxine Murpliy mul Holm NVnlfc mlzinvi- :it thc "VVisl1iuiz XXX-ll ll:incvf" Thi- rrmrml sci-ii in lmrcr right corner was also taken :it thc "VVisliiug WR-ll Dance." The most successful dance of the year, we think, was the Hlinx lamboreef' Everyone had such a good time. The decorations showed superstitions typical of Friday the l3th, even though the dance was held the 27th. Postponing the dance was a good way for us to show our sorrow over President Roosevelts death. That was the least we could do. Some ot the other dances we had were the 'lunior lig" and "The Wishing Well." At "The Wishing Well," we tossed coins into the well and made a wish. Wouldn't it be nice it our wish came true, and you and all ot your pals over there know what that wish is. JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE 95 l The Arts-At the left, l,ois Scotton, Don Czachorski, Addison Gay and ABetty llicknsuu throw a new light on the soap shortage by carving "soap animals." In the mirlellc picture, thc choir is shown ART FAVORITES Do you recall the display of soap carvings? Maybe this was a different one, but it was pretty good. They had hands, machinery, and it seems like there was a bust of Hitler, that was quite awhile ago, of course. Portraits of men like Lincoln, Teddy Roose- velt, and Washington are always favorites. Some nice ones are in the cafeteria right now. To change the subject from art to music takes but a flick of the pen. The Opera was definitely a success this year. Everybody enjoyed it. They had quite a time, We guess. Things are really Very much the sameg Senior Play and Opera every spring, caroling in the halls at Christmas as it gathered around the Christmas tree and sang Christmas carols. At thc right. Jack Graves plays his own composition, "Bugs," acconipanied by the Northern Orchestra. time, the band at football games, and the Way you feel when you hear them. lt's all a part of the things you remember when you think of school. lack Graves composed several pieces for the Orchestra the last few months. You may not remember him, l-le's been a member of the orchestra ever since he came to Northern, three years ago. lt's been a good year in general. Some dis- appointments, of course, but many good things to keep up the morale of all the Vikings either here or abroad. Wfjfia " ' , if f fwfwffrwffffyl, W, 96 THE VIKING NOROSCOPE . Q62-i7QKi"l z. ' - fm., , 'swf-iv? frufffi ..? f,-. 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