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1957 Senior Class SAGA Yearbook Entries -

RONNA OWENS: “Ron” was the first girl to he elected PRESIDENT of a Senior class at Normandy; a real leader, she was also chosen president of the Honor Society and the Vikingettes; she actively participated in Senior Tri-Hi-Y, Creative Writers’ Club, all sports, the sextet, and the Mixed Chorus; because of her scholastic ability, she was selected as Salutatorian of the class; she planned to major in elementary education at Washington University.
JOHNNY ANTONIO: “Anton” was chosen by his classmates to be the VICE-PRESIDENT; he liked physics and typing more than his other subjects; he spent much time carrying nut his duties as treasurer at Hi-Y, president at the Letterman’s Club, and captain of the Wrestling team; he played on the Varsity baseball team; he hoped to enroll in Southern Illinois University.
JANE LUENSTROTH: became the class SECRETARY; she preferred English and Latin; she was on the Student Council and in the Vikingettes, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Creative Writers’ Club, Honor Society, Orchesis, Vocal groups and Varsity sports; a capable student, she was selected president at Mixed Chorus, secretary of Vikingettes, and secretary of the Student Council; she wanted to major in music education at Oberlin College or De Pauw University.
CAROLYN CANFIELD: “Kay” acted as the class TREASURER; as favorites, she chose English, shorthand, and Math; in her leisure hours, she enjoyed playing the piano and reading; she belonged to the Mixed Chorus, the Nonet, Choralettes, Orchesis, and the Student Council; she intended to go to college to study Business Administration.

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PHYLLIS ABRAMS: favored English and journalism; took part in Honor Society, Choralettes, Girls’ and Mixed Choruses, Hockey, and Quill and Scroll; would study Occupational Therapy at Culver Stockton.
LOUIS ALFELD:  “Ned’ enjoyed Math, science, and drafting; belonged to Square dancing, Hi-Y, Swimming Team, and Creative Writers; was president of Art Society and vice president of Honor Society; would major in engineering at Washington University.
ANITA ALLISON: rated Trig and chemistry as “tops”; sang in the Girls’ Chorus; planned to enroll in Central College.
DAVID AMBROW: chose health, swim, and algebra; Participated in Hi-Y, Mixed and Boys’ Choruses, square dancing, and drama; planned a career in real estate.
LUTHER ANGELL (Deceased): “Tom” preferred Math, band, and physics; was a member of Honor Society, Creative Writers and Hi-Y; wanted to be an engineer.
ROBERT ANYAN: ranked chemistry and physics; took part in Hi-Y, Swimming Team and Track Team; would study at the Missouri School of Mines.
JUDITH BAKER: favored English Literature and dance; participated in Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Orchesis, and Student Council; would attend the University of Missouri.
ROBERT BALCH (Deceased): left school in October to enlist in the Armed Services.
RONALD BALLINGER (Deceased): liked Social Studies most of all; belonged to Debate, Future Teachers of America, and Boys’ Chorus; would attend St. Louis University.
TRAVIS BARKS: enjoyed Math and physics; was a member of Hi-Y and Bible Club; planned to enroll in Washington University.
HELEN BARNES: liked typing best; hoped to become a comptometrist.
WILLIAM BARNETT: “Bill” chose United States History and chemistry; belonged to the Football Team, Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus, Boys’ Chorus, and Letterman’s’ Club; was Captain of the Track Team; would study at the University of Missouri.
CHARLES BARTHOLME (Deceased): preferred economics; would major in economics at Southeast Missouri State College.
DAVID BASELER: rated band; played in Band and Orchestra; was in Creative Writers, Boys’ Chorus, Hi-Y, and the Tennis Team; was treasurer of Quill and Scroll; would attend Wheaton College.
LYDIA BASYE: enjoyed English and chemistry; liked to read and swim in spare time; planned a career in nursing.
JOAN BAYER: preferred physics and Spanish; belonged to Mixed Chorus and Tri-Hi-Y; was a Cheerleader; hoped to attend William Jewel College.
RAYMOND BELL (Deceased): enjoyed art and Senior Math; took part in Hi-Y, Art Society, and COE; would study commercial art.
LUCHA BENNETT (Deceased): chose government as her favorite subject; enjoyed swimming in leisure time; belonged to Future Teachers of America, Creative Writers’ Club, Tri-Hi-Y, and Pep Club; would attend Webster College. 
WILLIAM BENOIST (Deceased): “Bill” preferred history and English; spent spare time hunting and working on cars; belonged to Co-operative Occupational Education; planned to attend Central and Worsham School of Mortuary Science.
MARY BENSIEK (Deceased): favored English and chemistry; liked music and swimming; participated in both the Mixed and Girls’ Choruses, Orchestra, Creative Writers, Tri-Hi-Y, and Bible Club; hoped to attend Washington University.
BRIAN BERGJANS: elected art and science courses; would enroll in the University of Missouri.
MARILYN BIGGS: selected art, Gym, and music classes; liked to sew and draw in leisure time; planned to work in an office after graduation.
MARY ANN BIXLER: thought typing was the best subject; enjoyed singing as a hobby; belonged to Tri-Hi-Y, Orchesis, Mixed Chorus, Choralettes, and Pep Club; intended to do clerical work in an office.
JANE BLAYLOCK: liked art, English, and psychology; collected records and pictures; participated in all girls’ sports; would attend Trevecca Nazarene College.
THOMAS BODEN (Deceased): “Tom” chose auto mechanics and general metals as his favorite subjects; liked to work on cars and guns in leisure time; was a member of Co-operative Occupational Education; planned to enroll in Molar Barbering College.
ANNETTE BOESCH: preferred history and psychology; thought playing the organ and singing was fun; sang in both the Mixed and Girls’ Choruses; would study retailing at Washington University.
MARY BONKRUD: enjoyed the classes in shorthand, typing, and English; spent spare time playing the piano and tennis; participated in Varsity sports, Orchesis, music groups, Honor Society, and Quill and Scroll; was Editor of the Courier and Vice-president of Vikingettes; planned to study English at Washington University.
KATHLEEN BONZANI: selected typing and senior homemaking as favorite subjects; enjoyed photography and cooking; belonged to both Girls’ and Mixed Choruses; wanted to be a typist.
BARBARA BOURNE: favored COE, clothing and senior homemaking; participated in all sports; was a member of Co-operative Occupational Education; resolved to attend business school.
JOANNE BOYER: ranked bookkeeping and clothing as “tops”; liked swimming and dancing as hobbies; played volleyball and basketball; would attend comptometer school.
BARBARA BRECK: preferred Senior Homemaking; hoped to become a secretary.
JOYCE BRIDELL: enjoyed English and history; spent free time swimming, playing tennis, and badminton; belonged to Bible Club, Tri-Hi Y, Mixed Chorus, Pep Club, Orchesis, and Drama; future plans included college.
RICHARD BROCKMAN: picked drafting and history as favorites; went hunting and fishing in leisure time; was secretary of Hi-Y; would attend college.
EDWARD BRONKHORST (Deceased): enjoyed the course in Co-operative Occupational Education; liked outdoor sports; plans for future were undecided.
DANIEL BROWN: selected World and United States history; thought furniture upholstering fun; planned to join the Army.
TOM BROWN: elected woodworking and sociology as favorite subjects; worked with boats and cars; won a letter in wrestling; future plans were indefinite.
JUNE BUNTING: thought contemporary problems and typing were best; enjoyed sports and reading in spare time; belonged to Pep Club and QuilI and Scroll; was Assistant Business Manager of the Courier and wrote the “Letters to the Editor” column; resolved to attend business school.
EUGENE BURGESS: chose auto mechanics and drafting as “tops”; collected model planes and stamps; planned to go into service.
JOHN BURGESS: favored Trig and English Literature; collected Rock and Roll records; was a member at Hi-Y; would study chemical engineering at Rolla.
EDWARD BURROUGHS: voted for COE; was an amateur radio operator; belonged to Hi-Y and Co-operative Occupational Education; intended to study electrical engineering at Washington University.

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