Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS)
- Class of 1943
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Massive, yet graceful, stands our school
Future physlclsts study fundamentals
Snow-laden surroundings frame the tower
Dale Duncan takes the oath of office
We, the future citizens of this war-
torn world, have found a problem
before us ancient as lite itself, yet
modern as ice cream and skyscrap-
ers-the problem of building a
world brotherhood in which all
mankind may live together in
peace. To this end we dedicate our
book: more specifically, we offer
this dedication tothe men and
nations who today fight all over
the world to preserve our right to
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A PRAYER FOR THE UNITED NATIONS
CITIZENS ...... 9
SENIORS, JUNIORS, SOPHOMORES,
CLASS OFFICERS, ALL-SCHOOL
PA'RTY ROYALTY, COLORED
OFFICERS AND ROYALTY, IN
GOVERNMENT . . . 47
STUDENT CONGRESS, PROCTORS,
RECREATION ..... 57
SPORTS, GIRLS' ATHLETICS,
INDUSTRIES ..... 81
CLASSES, DEBATE, MUSIC, PUB-
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Yes . . . we are the Senior Ciass ot '4'?m. We iike to picture our
seives as poor, tired vourh who have run the gauntiet ot hnais,
teachers, rnidnight studv hours, and ah the woes oi Arnerican
education. Yet, strangeiv enough, we have corne through our
schooiing without a scratch, and gav caretree hours have en-
graved thernseives indeiibiv on our nrinds. As strugghng sub-
scrubs, we ertpectantiv began our high schooi career in i91iQ, with
Sohnnv Bausch as Sophofnore president. As Suniors we staged
unusuahv successiui Yrorn and the piav "Y oung Aprii," Daie
' ding as junior president. Then, as Seniors we handed
haries Giikev, who raiiied the ciass ior a
ndtai report written in biack ink.
d Senior assernbiv. Corn-
responsibiiities to C
Senior partv that had its tina
Yoiiowed, an outstanding Senior piav an
nt rneans rnore to the Ciass oi '45 than h
Moore Bowi. Manv oi us on Mav 2X
re wiii be, shortiv aiter graduation.
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We are rnarching awav irorn parties, a
ior which Topeka High is iarnous. Yes . . .
Ciass oi '4'?a,Ainteiiigent and eager, entering a war w
undoubtediv be won bv . . . the gfaduating ciasses oi the U. .
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Row ONE: Paul Beall-Intramural Football, Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Baseball 3 Muriel Becker-Proctorg Dorothy Beers, Norton
Belknap-Honor "T," Class Captain, jr. Red Cross Representative,
Homeroom Representative, Dean Benander-fHolton-Music, Ath-
letics, Class -Secretary-Treasurerjg Herbert Bentley-Proctor, Host,
Row Two: Roma Benson-Proctor, Senior Glee, Class Captain: Mary
Margaret Berglundg Margaret Bergstrom-Pep Club, Proctor, Hostess:
Paul Bernard-All-School Party, Senior Party, Harlan Bigham-Hi-Y
Cabinet, Congressman to Nat. Hi-Y Conference: Ruth Blankenship-
Row THREE: james Boatwrightg Orville Bobo-Proctor, Band, Or-
chestra, Katherine Boling-Hostessg Russell Bond, Martha Bonnot-
Proctor, Pep Club, Kenneth Bossier-Proctor, Football Mgr., Glee
Row Form: Gordon Bowersg Darlene Bowlin-fLebo-Band, Orchestra,
President Girl Reservesjg Joan Boyle-Proctor, Homeroom Represen-
tative, Hostess: Peggy Jean Brain-Proctor, Head Hostess, Band and
Orchestra: Orville Brent- Stlnflowex'-World Photographer, Music,
Maxine Brooks-Proctor, Class Captain, Attendant to Fashion Queen.
PAUL BEALL MUREL BECKEH DOROTHY BEERS NORTON BHJCNAP DEAN BENANDER I-ERBBRT BENTLEY
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Row ONE: 'Mary Alice Brown-Proctor, Quill and Scroll, Feature Ecl-
itor Fall Worldg Oliver Brown-King Colored All-School Partyg
Robert Brown: Mary Louise Buckner-Attendant to Queen Colored
All-School Partyg Eugene Bunch, Duane Burdick-Class Captain,
Row Two: Helen Hirschburg Burns-Pep Club, Proctor, Class Cap-
tain: Mary Burtenshawg Beth Butler-Senior Playg Ruth Butler-Pep
Clubg jack Button-CHutchinson-Scholarship Contests, All-School
Playj, Debate, Hermelinda Cabrera. .
Row THREE: Barbara Caldwell-Secretary-Treasurer Phyllis Mlheatley,
Sepia Sketches Worldg Dean Calvin-QParsons-Athletics, Publica-
tionsj, Host, Lewis Cameron-Business Manager Band, Election Com-
missioner, Thespiansg Ralph Campbell-Basketball, Proctor, Home-
room Representative, Lavonne Canrobertg Charles Carothers-T
Club, Track, Pep Club.
Row FOUR: Geneva Carson: James Cathey-Track, Senior Glec. Col-
ored Quartet: VVilliam Chaffee-Proctor, Fred Chincholl-Hostg
Gerald Christenson: Elizabeth Cheek-jr. Red Cross Council, Proctor,
jr. Red Cross Assembly.
"F 'g' Row ONE: David Clark-Host, Madrigals, Lead in "Pirates of Pen-
zance": Hazelmae Clarke-Proctor, Pep Club, jr. Red Cross Repre-
sentative: Fred Coates-Proctor, Class Captain, Circulation Mgr. Fall
World: Betty Coats-Costume Mgr, All-School Party, Staff Artist Fall
World, Art Editor SunHower: Robert Coble-Host, Golf: Louise Cole-
Row Two: Ernest Collins-Proctor, Football: Louise Collister-Pep
Club, Proctor: Lucille Collister-Pep Club, Proctor: Mary Colmery-
Honorary Pep Club, Homeroom Representative, Masque and Wig:
bran Conser: Clifford Cook-Class Captain fWVhitney-Athletics,
Row THREE: Ruth Cooper: Chester Copeland-Proctor. Band, QMer-
chant Marinej: Margery Copp-Class Captain, Proctor, Hostess: Joan
Corbin-fMaple Hill-Queen of School, Girl Reserve Pianist, Bandj:
Betty Cordill-Class Captain, Pep Club: Philip Corkill-Art.
Row FOUR! Georgia Cottle-Usher Club, Homeroom Representative,
Class Captain: Glenn Coulter4Quill and Scroll, Senior Party Pro-
gram, Sports Editor World and Sunflower: Sue Crabb-Proctor, At-
tendant to Homecoming Queen, Cheerleader: Nolae Crader: Helen
Crampton-Vice-President Pep Club,.Attendant to Queen of All-
School Party, Home Economics Fashion Queen: Theodore Crane-'
Student Council, Debate, Football Manager.
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BETTY CREEL MUSBTA CREWS IDHES CROP? WELIAM
BERNICE DANIIKE STDHEN DANIELS RRR
HELEN DENNISON GINE DERRYBERRY ELLEN DESKINS
WU-DA DRAPER . IIZANEITB DREH.Mlm ' - DALE DUNCAN' EDWARD DYSART
Row ONE: Betty Creel-Proctor, Homeroom Representative, Conces-
sion Standg Musetta Crews-Proctor, Periscope Editor World, QSt.
joseph, Mo.-Student Council Meinberjg Idress Cropp-Phyllis VVheat-
ley Girl Reserves, William Crutcherg Dorothy Culbreath-Hostess,
Proctorg jake Cunningham.
Row Two: Bernice Daneke-Hostess, Class Captain, Proctor, Stephen
Daniels-T. Club, Football, Sport Staff Worldg Rita Davis-Hostess,
Proctor, Marjorie Deever-Proctor, Music, Business Staff Worldg Mar-
jorie De Grawg Cyrea De Moss-Phyllis Wheatley Girl Reserves, All-
Row THREE: Helen Dennison: Gene Derryberry-Proctor, Class Cap-
tain, Footballg Ellen Deskins-Library Proctor, Marjorie Dolezilek,
VVil1iam Douglas-Asst. Proctor Captain, Host, President Victory
Corps, Dorothy Downs-QMineral High School-Queen Sophomore
Class, Sophomore Play, Soft Bally .
Row FOUR: Nvilda Draper-Proctor, Hostessg Jeanette Drehmer-Proc
tor, Pep Club, Music: Betty Drury-Proctor, Jr. Red Cross Represen-
tative, Girl Reserve: Dale Duncan-President Student Congress, King
All-School Party, Footballg Edward Dysart-Cheerleader, Athleticsg
Helen Eckert-fDennison-Pep Club, Girl Reserves, Glee Clubj.
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Row' Two: Mlirroua Fiukcg Samcs YosterfYrocLor, ,
Louise YosLerfGiri Reserves, Senior Giee, Snack Shop Workerg Ade-
iaide Yom C-iarcrxcz: YrandAefBariQ.
Roi:-I Tinker.-. Charics Xfranzkeg Hcieri Yrericirfi-iezxd Hosressg Quiii
and Scroii, Masque and Wig: Ed FridLeyfYrocror, Hosr, Ciass Cap-
W ' YudgcfYrocror, Hosrcss, Senior Giceg Heieri Yuhrkeri
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Row ONE: Clement Gibbs-Proctorg Charles Gilkey-President Senior
Class, Masque and Wig, Bandg Dorothy Gilliland--Proctor: Betty
Gilroy-Sec.-Treas. Quill and Scroll, Asst. Editor Sunflower, Madrigals:
Bonna Cinder-Class Captain: Robert Goheen.
Row Two: Lewis Golden-Proctor, T Club, Golf: Laura Goldsmithg
Marc Goodrich-Proctor, Football, Trackg Marvin Gordon-Proctor,
Hostg Edith Graham-Proctor, Hostess, Gloria Gray-Senior Repre-
sentative, Quill and Scroll, Thespians.
Row T1-mms: lNillard Greene-Proctor, Host: Darlene Gribble-Proc
tor, Class Captain, Jr. Red Cross Representative: Alfred Griceg Louise
Grubb-Proctor: Bob Gucker-Musicg Margaret Guthrie-Proctor,
Row FOUR: Pablo Gutierrez-fArrny Air Corps, St. Petersburg, Fla.jg
Louise Haines-Senior Girls' Council, Band, 'Orchestrag Betty Hall:
Christopher Hall-Proctor, World Staff, All-School Party: Kenneth
Halstead-Proctorg Eleanor Hamilton-Proctor, Hostess, Jr. Red Cross
PHYLLIS HENNESSEY ALICE IOYCE HENSROTH V LYNN HEBRINGTON
WILLIAM HANNAH ARYLISS HANSON gmmcg HANSON
1' PAT HARVEY STER HASLEI' IEANETFE
BETTY HAYNES DORIS HB HEI. HEC HOWARD
Row ONE: Una Hamm-Proctor, Hostessg Bill Hannah-fYVashburn
Rural-Football, Baseballyg Aryliss Hanson-Proctor, Class Captain,
Pep Club: Bernice Hanson-Hostess, Class Captain, Pep Clubg jack
Hapgood-Pep Club, Class Captain, William Hatris-Assemblies.
Row Two: Kenneth Hart-Proctor, Vice-President Sophomore Class,
Homeroom Representative, Pat Harvey-Proctor, Class Captain,
Musicg Lester Haslett-Host, Athletics: Jeannette Hass-Girl Reserves,
Masque and NVig, Senior,Gleeg Georgina Haydon, Barbara Haynes
-Air Raid VVarden.
Row THREE: Betty Haynes-Stunt Night, QManhattan-Girl Reserves,
Pep Clubjg Doris Heck-Proctor, President Senior Glee, Madrigalsg
Ethel Heck-Hostessg Howard Heere: Mary Heleker:-Sophomore Rep-
resentative, Tltespians, Quill and Scrollg Donald Henderson.
Row Foutz: Phyllis Hennesseyg Alice Joyce Hensroth-Music, All-
School Party, Assemblies: Lynn Herrington, Erma Hestandp -Iuneil
Hibbs-Proctor, Hostess, Sec.-Pep Club: VV'e1don Hickey-Homeroom
Representative, Class Captain, jr. Red Cross Representative.
ERMA HESTAND IUNEIL HIBBS WELDON HICKEY
Row ON:-1: qohn Hickox-Proctor, Host, Usher Club: Ethel Hicks,
Eugene Hil -Proctor, Host, Motion Picture Operator: Donald Hin-
shaw-Host, Proctor, Stage Managerg Robert Hirschberg-fHighland
Park - President Hobby Clubj: Murlin Hodgell - Editor Sunflower,
Tumbling Team, Author-Narrator 'Christmas Pageant.
Row Two: joan Hoelmer-Property Mgr, All-School Party and jr.-Sr.
Prom, junior Director junior Play, President Girl Reservesg Helen
Hokansonp William Honeyman-Proctor, Class Captain, Cheerleader,
Kenneth Hoofer-Host, Athletics: Reba Horsley-Proctor: Helen
Louise Horstman-jr. Red Cross Council, Proctor, Music Award.
Row'Tmu2E: Delbert Hosier-Proctor, Class Captaing Virginia Hoss-i
Proctor, Homeroom Representative, Game Cadet: Max Houchins-
Proctor. Host, Class Captaing Don Hovorka-Proctor, Host: joe Anna
Hoivellg Bill,Herron-Proctor, Host, Guard First All-State Football
Row Form: Bernard Huber-Proctor, Class Captain, Pia Societasg jean
Hughes-Proctor, Class Captain, Ad Solicitor Mforld, Sunflower: Nlar-
garet Hughesg Evelyn Hulsopplc-Proctor, Hostess, Class Captain:
Sidney Hunt-Class Captaing Virlene Hurst-Attendant to Queen
Colored All-School Party, Program Chairman Phyllis Wheatley Girl
Reserves. ' ,
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EUGENE IOLLY ARLAND lONES
LIILR ANN KIRK HELD! KILGOBE YVONNIZ MARIE EIMS
Row ONE: Ruth Hutson-Music Award, Masque and YVig, Quill and
Scroll: Nancy Isaacson-Proctor, Pep Club, Homeroom Representa-
tive: Geraldine jackson-Phyllis Mlheatley Girl Reserves: Harry jack-
son: Juanita Jackson: Howard James-Host, Hi-Y, Senior Glee.
Row Two: Merle Jennings: Dorothy Johns-Proctor, Class Captain:
Dave Johnson-Proctor, Captain Rifle Team, Debate: Delores John-
son- Treasurer Pep Club, hespians, Masque and Wig: Irma johnson
-Class Captain, jr. Red Cross Representative, Twirlers'.Corps: Vir-
ginia johnson-Proctor, Class Captain, Pep Club.
Row THREE: Eugene jolly: Arland jones: Betty fones-Library Asst.:
Peggy jones-Proctor, Band, Orchestra, Rona d Kaarbo-Proctor:
Anna Kendrick. A
Row Fcuk: Lila Ann Kern-Proctor, Class Captain, Pep Club: Helen
Kilgore-Orchestra: Yvonne Marie Kime-Hostess: George King:
Robert Kinsley-QOakley High-President junior Class, Student Couhn- 'lx
cil, King All-School Carnivalj: Lois Kirk-Proctor, Class Captain, Vic-
DUTY IONBS V PEGGY ION5 RONALD KAARHD
GEORGE KING ROBBIT IXNSLXY LOIS KIRK '
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As president of the Girls' Pep Club,
'and as a representative of her class
each year in high school, Marilyn
Eckert proved her leadership in To-
peka High even before climaxing her
record with the title of Queen of the
All-School Party. Marilyn has twice
been elected Queen, First by the Tro-
jan football team and second by the
entire school. This soft-spoken Senior
girl is known and respected by every
student and faculty member. An
honor student, Head Hostess, and
Auditor of the Sunflower, she is indeed
a representative Topeka High School
girl. Caramel-haired Marilyn is every-
body's friend, always busy, always
cheerful. Topeka High is proud to
acclaim her as its gracious Queen.
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L A R R Y R E I o
Ever since Dale Duncan came to To-
peka High a scared Sophomore, he
has been outstanding in music, ath-
letics, scholarship and student leader-
ship, Acting as president of his Junior
class and president of the Student
Congress, he has led the Trojans in
their many varied activities. Dale is
well-known about Topeka for his fly-
ing-which 'he hopes will net him a
commission after graduation-for his
"way with a violin," and for his little
half-pint car, which he insists can out-
run any other in the country. Within
a fraction of the six-foot-two mark and
with almost a six-foot stride, this easy-
going Senior well deserves his title of
King of "the best All-School Party yet."
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Row ONE: Thelma Kitch-Proctor, Pep Club, Victory Corps: Marjorie
Klein-Proctor, Homeroom Representative, Pep Clubg joan Knoxg
Marjorie Knox-Proctor, Class Captain, Pep Club, Eugena Kramer-
Proctorg Alberta Kraus. '
Row Two: james Krieg-Band, Orchestra, Senior Gleeg Dorothy Krom
-Proctor, Hostessg Bill Kunkler-Asst. Proctor Captain, T. Club,
'Footballg Lois Lafferty-Proctor, Pep,Club, Band: Duane Laird-
General Manager Game Cadets, Asst. Proctor Captain, Attendant
to King All'School Party: Frank Lamar-Football, Maclrigals, "Say
It With Music." '
Row THREE: Herbert Lamar--Vice-President Student Congress, Proc-
tor Captain, Head Host, Ruth Leech-Jr. Red Cross Representative,
Winner Essay Contest, Cheerleaderg Dan Leetg joan Lemon-Proctor,
Hostess, Pep Club, Charles Lewis, Mfilliam Lieurance-Band, Wood-
wind Quartet, InLramural'Basketball.
Row FOUR: Wesley Liggett-Homeroom Representative: Carolyn
LightbodyeUsher Club, Masque and VVig, Quill and Scroll, Jeanne
Lilly-Proctor, Service Chairman Girl Reserves, Senior Gleeg Virginia
Linclemuth-Proctor, Masque and Wig, Pep Club, William Lizen-
berry-fArn1y Air Corpsjg Shirley Lockwood-Representative Junior
Class, Red Cross Council, "Pinafore."
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Row ONE: Edward Love-B Team Football, Ramblers Basketball:
Edna Lovett-Proctor, Madrigals, Glee Club: Verda Lowry-Class
Captain, jr.-Sr. Prom Program, Pep Club: Verla Lowry-Proctor.
Hostess, jr.-Sr. Prom Program: Rosemary Ludwig-Assemblies: Ava
McAlister-Proctor, Hostess, Music: Opal McAlister-Proctor, Hostess,
Row Two: Audre McCarter-Usher Club, Library Asst.: Virginia
McLain: Alice McClanahannflsawrence-G. A. A., Phys. Ed. Leaderj,
Pep Club: Mary MeCleery: Denise McCluggage-Business Manager
Mlorld, Girls' Sport Editor Vllorld and Sunflower, Masque and Yvig:
Loisann McDowell-Pep Club, Girl Reserves, Baton Twirler.
Row Tl'IREEC Gertrude McFarland-Homerooxn Representative, Quill
and Scroll, Around the Vllorld Editor YVorld: Donald McGavern-
Proctor: Maxine Mckibbeng Mildred McManus-Proctor, Student
Secretary, Shorthand Awards: jean McNeely-Proctor, Hostess.
Row FOUR: Mary McPherson-Orchestra, Music, Awards: Albert
Macey: jack Maddox-Proctor: jack Main-Proctor Chairman, All-
School Party Program, Thespians: Leon Mannell-Proctor, Host,
Chairman Victory Corps: Monte Manuel-T. Club, Co-Captain Foot-
Row ONE: Barbara Markham-Proctor, Hostess, jr. Red Cross Repre-
sentativeg Kenneth Marshall4Proctor, Intramural Football, Julius
Martell-All-School Party Program, Band, Trombone Quartet: Betty-
'lee Martin-Hostess, Class Captain, Homeroom Representativeg
George Martin-Proctor, Host, Athletics: Maxine Martin.
Row Two: Robert Martin: Ralph Mathews-Proctor, Drusilla Mat-
thewsg Dave Mattson-Athletics: Bob Maupin-Proctor Captain,
Homeroom Representative, Footballg Maxine Maust-QLccompton-
Sec.-Trcas. Sophomore Class, Girl Reserves, Music Festivalsj.
Row T1-mee: Edwin Mays-Proctor, Homeroom Representative, As-
semblies, Kirke Mechem-Vice-President Thespians, Editor lvorld,
Tennis Letterman: June Medley-Hostess, Class Captaing Richard
Mellenbruch-Baud, John Merriam-Host, Library Proctor, Christ-
mas Pageantg Marjean Meyer-Hostess, Class Captain, Proctor.
Row FouR: Margaret Milam-jr. Red Cross Council, Masque and
VV'ig, Thespiansg Frances Miley-Pep Club, Proctor, Class Captain:
Richard Miller-Host, Intramural Footballg 'William Miller-Soplr
omore Class Representative, Basketball, Track, Betty Minard-Proc
tor, Marilyn Minnis-Representative junior Class, Vice-Pres. Senior
Class, Periscope Editor World.
Row ONE: Opal Mitchell-President Phyllis Mlheatley Girl Reserves,
Class Offices, Queen Colored All-School Party: Betty'Moberly-G. A.
A., Pep Club, Girl Reserves: Oliver Modin-Homerooni Representa-
tive: Aileen Moffett-Service Chairman Phyllis VVl1eatley Girl Re-
serves, Senior Representative Colored Advisory Council, Secretary
Colored Advisory Council: Saul Montoya-Orchestra, Assemblies,
Scholarship to Ottawa University: jack Moore-Proctor, Assemblies.
Row Two: Elizabeth Moran-QPerry-Basketballj3 Virginia Morgan
-Pep Club, Operetta: VVarren Morrison-Host: Caroline Morriss-
Proctor, Hostess, junior Glee Accompanist: Marjean Morton-Hostess,
Bantl: Mary Moser-Class Captain, Senior Glee, Speaker Open Housei
Row THREE: Leland Moyer: Leona Moyer-G. A. A., Glee Club, Op-
'-erettas: Nina Mae Mueller-Proctor, Class Captain: Marilyn Muma-
Proctor, Senior Glee, Hostess: Harold Myrick: Helen Myrick.
Row Fotm: Della Nager-Hostess: Betty Neal: Charles Neill-Proctor:
Roland Neiswender-Class Captain, Intramural. Basketball: Viola
Nelson-Proctor, Pep Club, junior Press: Virginia Nelson-Proctor,
Honor T., Senior G ee.
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Captain, john Ynriiiosg Dick YiercefHead Host, Yroctorg Benson
YoweXifHorneroorn Representative, Honor T , Bundy Menon Yoweii
Row 'furxnez Koa YriccfSociaX Chairman Yktviiis Wheatiev, Ysarnbier
Cheer Leader, AH-Seiiooi Yartv Progranr, Sane ?viefYroctor, Student
Secretarvz Frank QuancvfHotnerooin Representative, Host, Yroctor,
Lokec Q,tiintardfVroctor, Hostess, Yeo Citrbg james Y-ager. '
Row Yours. Yhiiiip Ysaiibcrgg Sean Ratnsbargerfii eatnte Editor Worid,
Sunfiower Activities Editor, Quiii and Seroiig jack RardinfVice-
Yres. Qniii and Scroii, Editor Woriti, ist Division Y-ating Nationai
Music Contestg Daie YsausehJY. Cinb, Strato Ciub, Musicg Burton
Yseaughf?roetor, Host. '
Row ONE: Barbara Reed-Hostessg Anita Reid-Proctor, Library
Asst., Geraldine Leigh.Reid-Proctor, Pep Club, Homeroom Repre-
sentative, Larry Reid-Attendant to King All-School Party, Football,
Basketball, Katherine Reklites-Proctor, Jr. Red Cross Representa-
tive, Latin Club, Betty Reynolds-Proctor, Hostess, Band.
Row Two: Grant Reynolds-Proctor, Class Captain, Marjory Rey-
nolds-Proctor, Twirlers Corpsg Kenneth Rhodes-Homeroom Rep-
resentative, Camera Club, Chorus, Betty Richardson-Hostessg Lois
Lee Richardson-Proctor, Hostess, Madrigals and Senior Gleep Laura
Row THREE: Ross Riggs-Host, Proctor, Projector: Lois Riley-Hostess,
Vice-President Phyllis Xvheatley Girl Rcservesg Norma Roberson-
Pep Club, Finance Proctor, Class Captain: Emerson Roberts-Home
room Representative, Class Captain, Tutorg Audrey Robertson-
Hostess, Athletics, Band, Hazel Robison-Proctor, Class Captain,
Row FOUR: Robert Roclell-Proctor, Asst. Business Mgr. lvorld, Jr.
Red Cross Representativeg Roland Roepc-Usher Club, Band, Intra-
mural Basketballg Allen Rogers-Proctor, Orchestra, National Music
Festival Highly Superior Ratingg Robert Rogers-Proctor, Class Cap-
tain: Virginia Rogers-Proctor, G. A. AJ Dale Romig-Proctor.
LEIGH REID LARRY REID KATHERINE REKLITE BETTY REYNOLDS
KENN'E.TH RHODES BEITY RICHARDSON LOIS LEE RICHARDSON LAURA RXGGIN
NORMK HOBEHSON EMEHSON ROBERTS AUDREY ROBERTSON H5221 RONSON
his ROBERT ROGERS VIRGNIA ROGDIS DALE
MARY LD! SAMUBSON JOSE!-I SANCHO MMS SCHULER
BEVERLY HOWELL WOODY RUNYAN ADINA
SCOTT PHYLLIS SCOTT
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Row ONE! Daryl Roseg Beverly Rowell-Proctor, Class Captain, Music,
Woody Runyan-Asst. Proctor Captain, Thespians, Debate, Adina
Rupin-Proctor, Class Captain, Music: Bertha Rutter, Clara Jane
Sallee-Secretary Student Council, Attendant to Queen All-School
Party, "Periscope" Editor World.
Row Two: Mary Lee Samuelson-Hostess, junior Press, Pep Club,
Joseph Sanchog james Schuler-Proctor, Host, Delores Scott-Usher
Club, Hostess, Jr. Red Cross Representativeg Loren Scott: Phyllis Scott
--Masque and Wig, Madrigals, Senior Glee.
Row THREE: Warren Scott, Proctor Chairman, Host, Bandg Paul
Scully-Senior Glee, A Cappella, All-School Party: Melba Jean Seely
-Proctor, Hostess, Homeroom Representative, Albert Sellen-Proctor,
Homeroom Representative, Financial Manager Game Cadets: Lor-
aine Sewell-Thespians, Quill and Scroll, Business Manager Sunflower:
Jerry Shakeshaft-Proctor Captain, Honor T., Basketball.
Row FOUR: Virginia Shinerg Chesney Shirley-Hostesr. Olhce Proctor,
Ticket Auditor Game Cadets, Darwin Shoop-Finance Proctor, fMed-
icine Lodge-Assemblies, Musicjg Verno Shorthill-Host, Asst. Photo-
grapher Publications, Tennis, Charles Shrake-Proctor, Band and
Orchestra, All-School Partyg Betty Shrier-Proctor, Class Captain,
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President Jr. Red Crossg Barbara Smith, Betty Louise Smith, Darrel
Smith- fLone Elm-Basketball, Playsj.
Row Two: Gladys Smithg Lorene Smith-Proctor, Hostess, Jr. Red
Cross Representative, Martha Jane Smith-Proctor, Student Secretary,
Bandg Paul E. Smith-Madrigals, Senior Glec, "H.M.S. Pinafore"
and "Pirates of Penzanceng Robert Smith-Proctor, Homeroom Rep-
resentative, Financial Mgr. Game Cadetsg Sherwood Smith-Proctor,
Class Captain, Homeroom Representative.
Row THREE: Yvonne Smith- QSeaman-junior Classical League, Stu-
dent Council, G. A. AQ3 Betty Snook-Hostessg Jack Snook-Host,
Class Captaing Marylou Snook-Proctor, Homeroom Representative,
Pep Clubg Neil Snyder-Football, Basketball,-Host: Harry Spencer-
Homeroom Representatixje, Orchestra, Band.
Row FOUR: Betty Spiegelg Fern Spielman-Twirling Corps, Minnie
Spikerg Oren Stanley-Proctor, Homeroom Representative, Basketball:
Norman Steinberger-Proctor, Tennis, Basketball 5 Fred Stewart-Proc
tor, Host, Homeroom Representative.
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Row ON1-1: Thelma Stewart-Proctor, Homeroom Representative, Or-
chestrag Robert Stolfer-QC1-ete-Vice-President Student Council, Bas-
ketballjg Patricia Stone-Proctor, Class Captain, Carl Strange-Proctor,
Host, Class Captain: Audrey Stubbings-Proctor, Pep Club, -Ir. Red
Cross Representativeg Doyle Steuwe-Thespians, All-School Party,
Row Two: Howard Swartzman-Debate, Tennis, Oratorical Contest:
Lois Swearingeng Ruby Tanner: Justine Taylor-Proctor, Madrigals,
A Cappellag Lois Taylor, Rex 'Taylor-Band.
Row THREE: Earl Theis-Rifle Team, Ross TIIOHIPSOIIQ Patty Tice-
hurst-Head Hostess, G. A. A., Rifle Club: Jacqueline Timmons-
Homeroom Representative, Social Chairman junior Class, Sec.-Treas.
Senior Classg Ellsworth Titus-Asst. Proctor Captain, Vice-President
Junior Class, Football: Jean Tosh-Library Proctor.
Row FOUR: Dorothy Tudhopeg Donald Tuffley-I-Iomeroom Repre-
sentative, Class Captaing jo Ann Tyler-jr. Red Cross Council,
Phyllis Wheatley Girl Reserves: Max Urban: Virginia Vandegrift-
Proctor, Hostess, Jr. Red Cross Representativeg Wayne Vandeventer.
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Even surpassing an ou
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iayfuiiver Since Eve.
' uniors produced a junior-
e's "Borneo and'
a ciose, smashing
extrerneiy successiui ciass p
tuii stearn ahead into the spring, S
Senior Pro-rn using a novei satire on Shakespear
Buiiet' that no Senior wiii ever iorget. Activities were c
because oi conditions brought about by the war, but the Xunior
inet and overcame these obstacies. They have definiteiy
es ready ior the iast iap in a rnobiiized Topeka
' sacrificing their dass rings and pins
'or Ciass day and at the
iui as they diii-
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gentiy served as ushers. Miss
Caivert, Mrs. Yayeben Woite, Miss
Weaver, and E. L. Fink, ciass sponsors, have been
preciated by the Sunior ciass ot i945 tor the guidance and a
sistance they so wiiiingiy oiiered.
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Row l: Harris, johnson, Martin, Riley, Shortt, Hartzell, Rose, Brodhecker, B. Nelson, Nazarian, Brennan, Griswald, Tillinghast, Rhine,
Rhynas. Row 2: Newman, Shields, Brooks, Cunningham, Compton, Webb, Beckman, Werts, Duff, Coats, Hurst, Sandeifer, Clements,
Logan, Lane, Haggard. Row 3: Foster, McComas, Smelser, Easton, Perry, Maze, Goodrich, Bradstreet, Lewis, Stubbs, Fisher, Coleman,
Crawford, Brittain, Head, Mcliachron, Culbertson, Brier. Row 4: Lonanl, S. Nelson, Cornish,kScneder4 Knowles, Reaser, Engle, Rogers,
Alford, Strimple, Comstock, Holliday, Spickelrnire, Fisher, Dove, Probasco, Taggart, Moline, Anton, Belknap. Row 5: Rymph, Allgire,
Rupp, Sewell, Sallee, Quinlan, Ward, Butt, Gilchrist, Bashor, Hurd. ' '. '
Row 1: Dean, Waite, Werner, B. Crews, Brizendine, Bennett, Rankin, Tew, Wilcox, Flenniken, Sales, Wells, D. Crews, Gilkeson, Cad-
walader. Row 2: Downs, Sardou, Segrist, Cross, Silk, Edds, Graham, Walker, Nairn, Ely, Tiffany, Medill, Brown, Hahn, Woodcox. Row 3:
Koch, Eckert, Hathaway, James, Golf, Cummickel, Smith, Dugan, Henderson, Calkins, Gartner, Gibson, Haskell, Durall, Murphy, Martin,
Brown, Eakins, Selby. Row 4: Holman, Frazier, Zimmerman, Wall, Sterling, Brown, James, Hale, Miville, Miller, May, Emmerson, Sage,
Robison, Hastings, Whearty, Kelso, Young, Hawes, Lyncle. Row 5: Nelson, Wilson, McNown, Elden, Maike, Schuler, Hurley, Cowan.
,Rom lx Mildrum, McMillan, Hurt, Nelson, Graham, Griffith, Moore, Peak, Garber, Bin-ket, Pontius, Holum. Row 2: Bonebrake, Fidson,
Townsend, Ramsey, Mulanax, Crum, Funk, Tener, Wilson, Vincent, Brooks, McKinley, Yost. Roiu 3: Culbreath, Bartholomew, Putt,
Lee, Nelson, Foster, Hurd, jacques, Martin, Holliday, Ketterman, Clark, Daneke, Green. Row 4: Lonam, Lytle, Cook, Burns, Young.
Row I: Roderick, Dietrich, Galletly, Hosler, Collier, Ingalsbe, Grabham, West, Boley, Hadley, Bullock, Bonebrake, Tew, Allen. Row 2:
Higbee, Fowkes, Griggs, Crumley, Wassweiler, Morgan, Matthews, Koeberle, Smith, Quell, Bozarth, Gudd, Haegert, Mary Borovick, Mar-
garet Borovick, Stubbs. Row 3: Greene, johnson, Clements, Somers, Wyllie, French, Boyer, Marshall, Shaw, Nichols, Hobbs, More, Mac-
Da'niels, Martinez, Brallier, Flickenger, McCabe. Row 4: Justice, Rettig, Warlen, Robinson, WVorswick, Sayler, Hurley, Babner, Black-
burn, Magee, Roach, 'Weaver, Shaughnessy, Cowell, Harries, Hulsopple, Heatherly, Giddings, Culbertson. Row 5: Barbee, Freeman, Tice,
Petro. Chapman. Gamlowski, Gearhart, Woodford, Bridwell, Francis. ' .-
Row l: B. M. Miller, Rigdon, Mills, McHenry, Herren, Magee, Cornelius, Lindemuth, Payne, Searle, Rosen, Orr, Simmons, Nichols.
Row 2: Johnson, E. M. Miller, Schovee, Robb, Shepard, Shimer, Stolpe, Sleeper, Radcliff, B. Moore, Day, Martin, Hussey, P. Moore, Mordy.
Row 3: Bill Hlormington, Bob Hformington, Thurman, Thomas, Paslay, Parsons, Meives, Sickinger, Patten, Osborne, Wright, Richter,
Robbins, Vickers, YVebb. Raw 4: Cheek, Taylor, Brubaker, Snyder, Morgan, Perkins, Bachman, Butts, Tillman, Briar.
Row 1: Senne, May, Dicke, Newman, Miller, Wright, Heil, Thomson, Coffman, Rankin, Clinkenbeard, Potter, Taylor, Crawford. Row 2:
Price, Simmons, Sarver, Reiber, Hay, Boman, Steele, Carlson, Rosander, Bayly, Hatcher, Winter, Vaughn, Dean, Condron. Row 3: H. Spill-
ner, Thiele, Moline, Davidson, Lundblade, Hulse, Stubbs, Fisher, Larson, Craig, Decker, Ingram, Coleman, Kimbrough, Johnson, Bolmar.
Row 4: R. Spillner, Atkins, Griflith, Cory, Westman, Cummins, Michelson, Menninger, Bain, Taggart.
w l: Foster, Titus, Schermerhorn Weil
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Much to "Veronica" Hodgell's disgust, Bryant cuts glamorous
Charles Martin, as "Hobo" Strange stares
Row'2: Groendycke, Stewart, VVebb, K'
, ir , Mix, Oyler,
Row 3: White, Crow, Davis, Fritt T '
s, hompson, Hutton,
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Row l: Whitlow, Korab, Olson, Boyd, Gorbutt, Logan, Oehrle, Golden, johnson, Fowkes, Kirkpatrick, Maine, Nazarian, Kirk. Row 2:
Miller, Baker, Knight, Smith, Hansen, Sharkey, Parr, Robinson. Cross, Flory, Griffin, Besse, Sheetz, Renfro, Bright. Row 3: Holm, Lull,
Shehi, Lewis, Pyle, Krieg, F. Liggett, Cook, Kendall, I-Ieberling, Snyder, Smelser, Euwer, Hillhouse, Fenton, Elliott. Row 4: Miller, Scar-
boro, McAlister, Freeman, McCarthy, Ball, Wyant, R. Liggett, Klein, McCracken, Renyer, Morse, Wilson, 0'Connell, Amis, Funk, Manual.
flow ltylgrk, Snyder, Chewning, Short, Trinidad, Crable, Owens, Harmon, Dodd, Butz, Wanersten, Deitz, Hagen, Erma Smith, Simmons.
Row 2: Proyer, Koontz, Paterson, Bingham, Lungstrum, Howard, Hudson, Wagley, Walker, Paschke, johnson, Moore, Breunsback, B11-Q
lings, jones, Casebier, Simmons. Row 3: Brooks, Wanner. N.'Sm1th, Baughman, McHenry, Hansen, Galbreath, -Cole, Keith, Brunette,
Hoover, Fleek, Vaughn, Elinor Smith, Adsit, Vickland, Bigham, Thompson. Row 4: Pfeffer, Foster, Casner, McKinley, Allen, Coe, Scar-
borough, Knox, Brosins, Gelvin, Silver, Grabham, Potts, Brown, Price. Row 5: Kime, Zachman, Yates, Powell, Wrlght, McGranahan.
Row l: Morrison, Maze, DeSpain, Hinckle, Hernandez, Aumiller, Hamilton, Murphy, Douglass, Roether, Collins, Firestone, Tutt.
Row 2: jackson, Grows, Neiswender, Henley, Welty, Saville, Paige, Wallingford, Perry, Strong, Vogel, Shrake, Davis, Hopkins. Row 3: Kip-
linger, Miller, Mathews, Burkett, Mize, Beine, Pearson, Moore.
Quartet consisting of Frank Hale, Eulis
Cathey, james Cathey, and Fred Holmes
start rolling with "The Wheel"
Sonics- H Pfuuulud
Hurst looks on as Gaines
conducts meeting of council
This year, for the first time, colored students of
Topeka High have had part in the school's self-
government. Under an amendment to the High
School Charter voted upon by the entire school
last spring, a representative was elected by the
colored students to be present at Student Council
meetings and to vote on Student Council bills.
After the general election in November, under
Virlene Hurst's leadership, colored students
elected a governing body of their own, consist-
ing of William Gaines, chairmang Aileen Moffett,
Senior representativeg Frank, Hale, junior rep-
resentativeg and Dorothy Crawford, Sophomore
representative. George Hayden was chosen Elec-
tion Clerk for 1943-44. In their Hrst bi-monthly
meeting, Council members made Frank Hale vice-
chairman and Aileen Moffett secretary. In all
procedure they followed the School Charter
closely, with the advice of their sponsor, Lloyd
W. Kistler. The most important matter taken up
was the framing of the bill to lay before the Stu-
dent Council to provide a colored proctor system.
The Council also has sponsored numerous sun-
lights and varsities.
M 1204.414 al me ALL-scl-loot PARTY
DELBERT ALLEN - VIRLENE HURST
we eww Anvlsokv COUNCIL
Social affairs flourished this year under the leadership of the new Colored Council, for students not
only had a hand in the politics of the school, but a voice in saying what their recreation should be.
In the All-School Party program, a trio-Ida Price, Dorothy Crawford, and Pearl Wilson-executed a
patriotic dance. After the program, a dance was held in the chorus room, with King Oliver Brown
and Queen Opal Mitchell reigning. The Boys' Quartet was introduced to the school for the first
time in the College Day Assembly, although the boys had sung during the year at many civic meet-
ings. The group includes james Cathey, Epulis Cathey, Frank Hale, and Fred Holmes. As the highi
light of the year, students put on a combination Lincoln Day and Valentine Day party in February
under the direction of Miss Berenice Fuller, Phyllis lvheatley sponsor.
OLIVER BROWN ,ff5EfjQgf,,QOPAL MITCHELL
LOUISE BUCKNER - WILLIAM
MISS LAURA L. EWING, first dean of girls at Topeka
High School and one of the school's best loved teachers,
passed away on November 11, 1942, after a brief illness.
Miss Ewing became a teacher at Topeka High in 1892,
and continued her work until May, 1938, when she re-
tired. Today's students know her name from the plate
affixed to the door of the Classical Room. Because of
her love of the classics and her great part in planning
this gathering place for foreign language pupils, the
Classical Room was dedicated to her 'shortly after her
EAN SCARBROUGH, a second-term Sophomore, died
on October 19, 1942. Jean loved sports and had played
football on the East, Topeka Junior High School team
for two years. He was particularly fond of skating, but
was interested in all school activities. His classmates
described him as "a very likeable person."
MISS HATTIE PECK, member of the first graduating class
of Topeka High School in 1877, died February 8, 1943.
She is the third, and possiblythe last of her four-member
class to pass away.
. . .the Prayer
Jeanette Hass g
Secretary of Point System
ITH the appointment of the Victory Corps Council early in the
fall, this year's war-time Student Congress started off with a patriotic
It was led by Dale Duncan, elected by the entire school to the presi-
dency of the Congress, and Herbert Lamar, who as vice-president of
the Congress presided over the Student Council. Each class was rep-
resented by three members. Class presidents and alternates became
The patriotic All-School Party sponsored December 4 by the Student
Council proved to be one of the best entertainments of the year. Al-
though practically all the scenery used in its presentation was second-
hand, the program, as well as the dance and less elaborate refreshments,
was extremely successful.
Having charge of all varsities, the council also sponsored several of
its own,,and later put into effect "co-recreation" when it became im-
possible for minors to go to most of the public dance-halls. Every
week-end the school cafeteria was open to roving students, and the
weekly parties became increasingly popular. Colored lights were in-
stalled, and various types of nickelodeons with up-to-date records were
tried out. Card games and Bingo were also available. Small tables
at the sides of the dance floor and a bar at one end added to the
"night club" atmosphere.
The. Council also assisted the Colored Advisory Council, new this
year, with the details of organization.
TARTING the first' week of school, the Representative Council
promoted the sale of activity tickets through the faculty manager of
sales, W. J. Barnett. Somewhat later in the fall, members of the
Victory Corps Council called onthe Representatives to help with the
enrollment of Victory.Corps members.
As plans were developed for weekly co-recreation parties in the cafe-
teria, representatives were enlisted to promote the purchase of a
nickelodeon for the school.
Representatives were elected from Hrst hour classes. Dudley Johnson,
as Speaker of the House, as an ex-officio member of the Student Council.
Dudley johnson Herbert Lamar
Speaker of the House Vice-President of the
V President of the Student Congress
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O Seated: Eckert, Lewis, Gray, Sallee, Mrs. Kingman fsponsorj, Miller, Hurd, Taggart, Hale, Rardin, Smith, Silver
Standing: Duncan, Mr. Van Slyck, Gilkey, Mechem, Crane, Yvright, Lamar.
O Row 1: Adsit, Hadley, Bales, Wray, Bingham, Stubbings, Richardson, Colfman, Eddy, Gorbutt, Taylor, Korab.
Row 2: Brodecker, Dodge, Dietz. Timmons, Reid, Peterson, Nazarian. Lindemuth, Vincent, Forman. Row 5:
Spencer, McCormick, Fleishman, Barney, johnson, Sellen, Stauifer, Barnett, Xvright, Rieniets. -
First Hour Proctor:
Row 1: Grabham, Firestone, Groendycke, Shep-pnrd, Quintard,
Townsend, Bennett, Fowkea, Krom, Yost, L umley- Euwer.
Row 2: Drehmer, Colmery, Hutson, Burns, Lemon, Ticehnrst,
Moser, Day, Erickson, Crews, Small, Whiting, Hoistman.
Row 3: Wall, Kunkler, Herron, Reynolds, Enochs, Gutierrez,
Kilmer, Clark, Honeyman, Taggart, Howler, Brier. Flow 4:
Maupin, Collins, Hay, White, Brnllic-r,' Barney, Duncan,
Feeley, Cummins, Manuel.
Row 2: Fleming, Ramsbarger, Brain, Finuf, Lightbody,
Durall, Rutter, Coffman, Harris, Haggard, Lindemuth, Fudge.
Row 3: Silver, Pearson, Dutt, Sandctfer, Douglass, Eckert,
W. James, Webli, Shepard, Bnshor, Warlen. Row 4: llutton,
Daniels, Rupp, J, Peterson, Hill, llurdick, ll. James, Zim-
merman, Laird. '
Third Hour Proctor: .
Row 1: Orr, Gudd, August, Coats, Hussey, Boyle, Fagan
Lemon, Kitch, Meyer, Timmons, Klein, Peak. Row'2: Kern,
llonnot, V, Johnson, Spielmnn, Hoes, McCluggage, Rhynas,
Titus, Medill, l-Zuwer, French, Clzeek, Deitz, 0'MaIley,- Row 3:
Moore, Shoop, Bryant, Harries, Martin, D. Johnson, Cun-
mntzlznm, Young, Huber, Pheasant, Mize. Row 4: Shake-
shaft, Douglas, Salleo, Fritts, Ewing, Steinberger.
NDER the supervision of E. B. Weaver, the
Proctor System was streamlined late in the fall.
The number of proctors in the halls was reduced
to increase speed and efficiency, and at the same
time proctor service was extended to assist various
departments. The student proctor works for and
with thc facility in running errands, distributing
bulletins, directing visitors, keeping order in thc
halls, inspecting passes, and performing any par-
ticular dnty which may be assigned to him. The
chairmanship of the proctor organization was given
to 'Warren Scott at the end of the first semester
when the former chairman, jack Main, moved to
Stockton. Other changes were necessitated at mid-
term when scveral Seniors went to Hlashbnrn Uni-
versity. Proctor captains for the year were Bill
Hermn, Bob Maupin, jerry Shakeshaft, Pearce
Zimmerman, Barton Griffith, Herbert Lamar, and
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D 9 'f Nelson. Row 2: Wilcox, Somers, Benson, Becker,
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McManus, Johnson, Perry, Radclih, Martin..
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Row 1: Brodhecker, Peyton, Shirley, Moro, McDaniel, Voor-
hees, Lockwood, Rupin, We-yler, Nazarlan, llurst, Silk. Row
2: Bradstreet, Maze, Markham, Hadley, Short, Robison,
Reklites, Wei-ts, Hackman, Hatcher, Coats, Lewis, Mclllister.
Row 3: Thompson, Cornish, Petro, Ward, Vandegrlft,
Shrier, Siler, Creel, Goodrich, Dufl, Stanley, Sellen. Row 4:
Eulbertsgmd Flank, Crum, Sewell, Rogers, Wright, Webb,
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Sixth Hour Proclors
Row 1: S. Newman, Rowell, Thomson, Buyly, Shaw, M.
Stewart, Graham, Hamilton, Hibbs, Atherton, Mcl-lenry,
Louise Collister. Row 2: J. Newman, Nohrn, Lucille Col-
lister, Pyle, Niven, Atchison, Morrise, lloley, McMillan,
Drury, T. Stewart, Webb, Moore, Payne. Row 3: Rausch,
Anderson, Bartholomew, liivette, Reid, Miley, P. Smith,
McEnx-ee, Wood, Coulter, Derryberry, Willard. Row 4:
Pierce, Knowles, Wright, Putt, R. Smith, Bob Wormington,
Bill Wormington, Snyder, McDaniel, I-Iolmun.
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A complete change 'in administration came
this year with the retirement of A. J. Stout
as superintendent of schools and the coming
into office of Dr. Kenneth McFarland, formerly
superintendent of the Colleyville schools. Ung
der the unit organization the Topeka Board
of Education acts as an advisory board with
Dr. McFarland as head of the system. Around
of parties was given in the Fall by the Topeka
teachers for Dr. McFarland. From the first
Dr. McFarland could be counted upon for an
impromptu speech in an assembly program
or to help with the various problems of the
1 es. He has won the admir-
students themse v
' of both teachers and,
ation and confidence
students with his friendly humor and ability
Marlin S. Casey, A. H. Saville, Kelsey H. Petro
fpresidentj, Mrs. David Neiswanger Qvice-presidentj,
J. VV. F. Hughes, Charles R. Bennett
Changes were also the keynote of Topeka High
School's administration- this year. With the
opening of school, E. B. Weaver became assist-
ant to Vice-Principal S.H. Stark, thus enable-
ing Mr. Stark to give more time to guidance
work formerly handled by Lloyd W. Chambers,
who left last summer to enter the United States
Navy. In the March meeting of the Topeka
Board of Education, Mr. Weaver was elected
Counsellor of Boys-the appointment taking
effect next fall. The late pass system was re-
vised, and proctors collected absence cards each
hour. Miss McMurtrie's desk was transferred
to the main office and Mr. Stark supervised
the work of office personnel. The war created
additional duties for the office force, who
were kept busy looking up transcripts and
records for the armed forces.
Counsellor of Girls
E. B. WEAVER
Assistant to Vice-Principal
S. H. STARK
Principal W. N. VAN SLYCK
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way the 1942 football team stacked up.
Filling large holes left by graduation, E. B.
"Buck" Weaver and D. L. "Heavy" Erwin
molded another really great team which
hitits peak' against Wyandotte. After start-
ing the season in an unconvincing manner
by barely eking out a 12-6 win over little
Seaman, the Men of Troy started gaining
momentum game by game until they were
ranked as one of the Eve best teams in the
state. Lawrence invaded the Trojans' lair
for the Homecoming tilt and went home
with a 6-6 tie. After much hard work and
bruising practices, the Weavermen ran over
the Ottawa Cyclones 32 to 0. Co-captains
Manuel and Herron continued to lead
Topeka in the remaining games. In their
first out-of-town game, the fighting Trojans
walked over Emporia 34 to 0, and it was in
this tilt that Wayne Probasco's educated
toe started scoring points for Topeka. The
Wichita North Redskins were next on the
list, and tl1e Golden Trojans promptly
scalped them to the tune of 21 to 0. Witli
Salina next, the Topeka boys camelout
on the top of a 27-0 score. Thoughts of
another undefeated team started running
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6 Lawrence 6
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Under the capable leadership of
C0ach'Ghuck Mills this year's Tro-
jan B squad boasted one of its best
teams in the history of Topeka
High. The B cagers won fifteen
games While dropping' only two for
a percentage of 882. The junior
Men of Troy rolled up 649 points to
the opposition's 429, and averaged
38 points a game to the foe's 25.
After running up five straight wins
the B squadders lost to Highland
Park 37 'to 38. This loss was later
avenged by a 48 to 22 count. The
only other loss was to the Wyan-
dotte B squad 32 to 26. Besides
having seven or eight good boys for
his first team, Coach Mills had sev-
eral capable' reserves to send in
when the going got tough. Tom
Sewell, elongated center, led the
scoring pack with 153 points. Jim
Sallee was second with 115, and
Dale Dewittie third with 84.
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THE physical fitness program for girls was accented more than
ever this past year because of the national emphasis on health.
This program was to increase endurance, develop strength, main-
tain erect carriage, gain agility, and develop skills applicable to
the war effort. Conditioning drills and endurance tests were
given to the classes: and the girls were graded, not only on their
ability but on their improvement. Many advancements have
been made in girls' athletics this year. A girls' Pep Club, organ-
ized and sponsored by Miss Esther Hobson, boasted nearly one
hundred members at the end of the school year. The girls wore
white sweat shirts with a Trojan head and "Topeka" on them
and sat in groups at athletic events. The club was the first suc-
cessful pep organization to come out of Topeka High in years.
Co-recreational square dancing and archery were re-introduced
and were accepted with much pleasure from both sides. A well-
organized intramural program was handled by an able staff of
three teachers: Miss Enid VVolcott, Miss Esther Hobson, and
Mrs. Ernest Vanek. The program included team play in all the
major sports. A tumbling team was started. A rope jumping
exhibition was given by members of the department between.
halves of the lin'al home basketball game. One class period of
every week was -given over to the study of a sport being played
at that time. In this way the girls gaineda practical knowledge
of the games and the rules by which they were played. Physical
education has at long last attained the important position it de-
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serves and h
as become a real educational course
Guys and gals "swing like thunder"
on a co-recreation day
Tumblers show off
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Graceful Dianas "arching"
on the front lawn
lvirs. Monroe does her daily duty
of turning on the showers
Basketball champs: Griffin,
E. Kirk, Garber, 1N'IcCluggage
fcaptainj, J. Kirk, and Trimmell
WITH several lettermen and many new boys showing
up well, the Troy track team Finished another fine season
at the state meet, May 14. The Hrst meet of the 1943
season was staged April 3 between Seaman, Capitol
Catholic, Highland Park, and Topeka. Trojans won this
meet with little difficulty because of their superior num-
bers. The following week the tracksters journeyed to
Manhattan to, enter a triangular meet with Manhattan
Hay and Schnacke
travel air lanes
and Junction City. One of the high spots of the season
came next when the Men of Troy entered the K. U..
relays. The Baker relays, the regional meet, and the
state meet followed. Much credit for the team's showing
should go to Coaches "Heavy" Erwin and Lloyd Kistler,
who worked hard- withthe boys. Dick Cummins, Ed
Hay, Ellis Douglas, and Bill Spaulding turned in good
performances each week.
Row 1: Treadwell, Brown, A. Schnacke, McAlister, Musick, Douglas, Cathey,
W. johnson, Baker, Chalmers, Renfro, Armstrong, Paslay.
Row 2: Wall, Hall, Nitz, Shinn, Loveless, Hahn, Miller, Foster, I-Ieim
Enochs, Geyer. Steves, D. johnson. 1
Row 3: Garrison, Scherdin, Drovetta, Glogau, Zepp, Brallier, Daneke
Derryberry, Crum, Cook, Young, D. Schnacke, Leighton.
Row 4: Erwin fcoachj, Urban, Theis, Martin. McCormick, Wvyatt, Greer
Gelvin, Xvilson, Campbell, Morse, Holliday. Bashor, Kistler fassistant coach,
Miller gels a determined start
Seated: Allen, I-Iaslett, Swartzrnan, Mechem, Hulsopple, Taggart
Standing: Smith, McCarthy, Silver
WITH four letter1nen returning to Coach Bill Barnett,
a great team of netsters was developed the past season.
Kirke Mechem, number one man, continually turned
in good performances, defeating some of the best players
in Kansas. Les Haslett, Bob Taggart, and Howard
Swartzman rounded out the top four and copped many
matches. Several tournaments were entered with XfVyan-
dotte and other neighboring schools before the regional.
Many underclassmen were also on the squad and showed
promise of becoming good netmen.
OPEKA High's baseball team, playing a curtailed
schedule, was developed under Claude Hays, veteran
coach, into one of the best nines in the state. With only
one returning letterman, gaps left in the outfield were
Hlled by several new boys who showed up well. Batting
proved to be the Trojans' one weak point, and the pitch-
ing their outstanding feature. Big Tom Sewell showed
promise of becoming one of the best Troy pitchers in
several years, and jack Fink continually turned in a
good job back of the plate.
Brennan McHenry Ehrlich
l1n Lee Fink.
Hedberg follows through as Fink waits
Seated Sacks Schroer Ehrhart Griffith Richter
Standing C A Hays Qcoachj Schultz Hedberg
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Traditionally famous for its entertainment,
the 1942 annual Topeka High All-School Party
again had 'Hem rollin' in the aisles." An hour's
entertahinnent of variety acts xvas vvoven to-
gether by the laugh-crammed story of a vaude-
ville show delayed in a small-town train station.
Master of ceremonies was "chubby" Herb
Lamar. Drunks, civil war veterans, and tem-
peramental opera stars were only a small part
of his aspirin-inducers. The faculty, always
the biggest rival of the students for the most
laughs, presented VV. N. Van Slyck, principal,
dressed as a baby doll, accompanied by other
members of the faculty. Highlighting the eve-
ning was the presentation of Queen Marilyn
Eckert and King Dale Duncan and their at-
tendants, along with the colored royalty, Opal
Mitchell and Oliver Brown, with their attend-
ants. Games of all kinds were supplied the
runrdancers vvhne the others danced to the
rhythmical strains of Wayne Wills' orchestra
concluding Topeka High's outstanding party.
Mix Oman Mr. Van for his debut
Mr. "Knobby Knees" ,Kistler
gives the boys a "buzz"
142' ifze ALL-SCHOCL PARTY
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EVER SINCE EVE
A laugh-packed plot plus a superb VVheeler-coached cast
supplied entertainment for the crowd attending the junior
class presentation of "Ever Since Eve," a riotous farce de-
picting the trials of editing a school paper. Jack Zimmer-
man and Bruce Hurd as Editor and Business Manager,
respectively, of the Penguin High School paper supplied
the laughs, while Sarah Heil as Susan Blake ugummed up
the works" in the same manner women have used "ever
since Eve." "A small sample of Southern charm" in the
way of Lucybelle Lee, well handled by Barbara Anne WVil-
son, introduced romance to the set-up, while Mama and
Papa Clover, portrayed by Shirley Smith and Bob Ward,
did their best to keep their son Johnny out of trouble.
In spite of their worry, Johnny with Susan's help man-
aged to create a small-sized scandal concerning the prin-
cipal and the journalism teacher. In the end Susan wins
not only johnny, but a "real" newspaper job as well.
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to give Barton Griffith a f'water
treatment," but their plans suffer
as Barbara Ann interrupts.
Bruce Hurd protests jack Zimmer-
mar1's rugged treatment, still clutch-
ing "A Breath of the Old South"
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Spud Erwin .... .. ....... Bruce Huryi
Susan Blake ..... ....... S arah Heil
Mrs. Clover .... ..... S hirley Smith
Mr. Clover ....... ...... B ob Ward
Betsy Erwin ....... .. .... Betty Doane
Martha Willard ..... .... . Gara Vuurhees
Officer Slmmon .... .......... J ack Tice
Henry Quinn ....... ........... D ick Ryan
Preston Huuhes ..... ....... B arton Griffith
Lucybelle Lee.. .. ........ .... . .Barbara Anne Wilson
Ass't Directurs-Virnlnia Shimer, Barton Griffith
Property Managers-Alice Hobbs, Mary Jane Rnhh
Costume Managers-Connie Dean, Martha Webb
Publicity--Mary Heleker, Melba Wingate,
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Stage Manauer-Bruce Warner
Ass't Staue Manager-Sylvester Green
Sarah Heil gets in the "scrap," much to the dismay of
jack and Bruce
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"Pirates of Penzance," the narrative of Frederick, an indentured
pirate who attempted to enter a more honorable profession, and
of his subsequent love alfair with the lovely Mabel, was presented
by the Topeka High music department, October 29 and 30.
Under the direction of Don M. Gleckler and Clair I. Mills, the
cast and chorus aptly carried the action from the pirate band's
release of Frederick, his meeting with the beautiful wards of
the Major-General, and their capture by the pirates, to the
tuneful finale "Fair Days YVill Shine," sung by the full chorus.
Barbara Day and Paul Smith, as Mabel and Frederick, handled
the romantic leads, while Elmer Dressler and David Clark took
the parts of the Pirate King and the Major General. The troop
of policemen sent by Frederick to rescue the maids was led by
jack Rardin. Accompanying music for the operetta was furnished
by a 25-piece student orchestra under the direction of C. J. McKee.
The stage sets, the pirates' cave, and the lonely Gothic chapel,
were produced by J. H. Hoehner's stage craft classes.
Barbara Day blissfully smiles
her approval of sweetheart
Paul Smith's line
Pirates succumb to charms of Boogie Woogie as played by
jack Rardin off stage
,Q Major'General David Clark
"Bobbies" render Ta-ran Ta-ra,
while their "cookie dusters" wave
in the breeze
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manger in the nativity scene as the shepherds watch
"Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace, good will to-
ward men," caroled the choir in the annual Christmas Pageant
of 1942, as the shepherds fixed their rapt gazes on the angel who
"brought tidings of great joy." The theme "Angel Voices" was
brought through hve scenes to a hushed climax at the birth of
the Christ child in the hnal tableau. The Nativity scene, tradi-
tional in Topeka High School, was one of breathtaking loveli-
ness, with the Madonna kneeling beside the manger, face alight
with adoration, the shepherds standing nearby. The program
was distinctive in its presentation of the Statue of Liberty reign-
ing supreme, as America strives to show to the world the Christian
way, the light of its torch illuminating the path for its scores of
faithful followers. Truly a long-to-be-remembered page in To-
peka Iiighfs diary of 1942! I
juniel Hibbs, as joan of Arc,
listens for the Angel voices
Marilyn Fleming holds aloft the torch of
freedom as pageant strikes patriotic note
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JUNIOR RED CROSS
Highly deserving of Commendation, the Topeka
High School Junior Red Cross chapter engaged ac-
tively in many helpful enterprises. Chief among its
projects was cooperation with the English and
history classes to raise 35200 to furnish VVard No.
Seven at the Topeka Army Air Base hospital.
A humorous skit written by Barton Griffith to
promote this campaign for student nickels and
dimes was appropriately dubbed "Number Seven
Heaven." Other accomplishments of the chapter
included the following: a waste paper drive'which
netted 3,050 pounds of scrap paper, a key drive that
brought 7,000 metal keys, a rag drive that closed
with 400 pounds of rags, ,and a fat drive that con-
tinued through the year with students contributing
several hundred pounds salvaged from the sink.
Seated: Cheek, Cadwalader, Lockwood, Griffith, Dietz, Smith, Duff
Standing: Miss Fowler, Tyler, Moore, Crews, XVesterdale. Small, Vickers
Eckert, Miss NVelty. These compose the junior Red Cross Council
Under the splendid faculty leadership of Miss Merle
Fowler and Miss Virginia Mfelty, the junior Red
Cross chapter made itself one of the active forces in
the school working for the war effort. Shirley Small
was student president: Pat Deitz, secretaryg and
Barton Griffith, treasurer.
Angel of mercy, Mary Lewis
Xvesterdale and Grifiith
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Topeka High School has kept abreast and even ahead
of other schools in presenting to its students practical
courses that will help America win the war. In the
Fall Eve new courses were started-Radio Wforkshop,
Aeronautics,Appreciation of Latin America, Elec-
tricity, and Vocational Olfice Machine Practice. In
the Spring were added First Aid and Global Geography.
No-credit courses attracted many-one in Farm Ma-
chinery and one in Morse Code, both given out of
school hours. Physical Educiation classes for both
boys and girls stressed the building of sound bodies.
The obstacle course provided much of the "tougl1en-
ing' desired. Outstanding service to the community
was offered by the Radio VVorkshop class with its bi-
weekly .broadcasts of a patriotic nature, and by the
Biology students in their banding of trees on the
Miller tries "soup strainer" in Reid and Kivette try a little
Miss Wheeler's play production class home nursing on Spiker
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Although operating upon a restricted wartime
basis, the Trojan band turned in a good account
of its activities this year. Knowing that the usual
trips were out for the duration, the band focused
its entire attention on the home front by serving
school and community activities in need of mor-
ale-building music. Playing for draftees, for the
men of the Topeka Air Base, for the dedication
of military establishments, and for assemblies of
patriotic nature, became the regular bill-of-fare.
The marching band appeared in numerous par-
ades in the fall term and at all football games.
One of the highlights of the season was the pre-
sentation of the salute to the Air Base by the
band. Intricate marching formations were cli-
maxed by the forming of a four-motored bomber
to the accompaniment of appropriate music. The
band was divided into two groups which played
alternately for the basketball games. The entire
band presented an inspiring patriotic drill which
included various formations, costumed partici-
pants, and martial music at the half of one of the
games. The Inaugural ceremonies, the State
Teachers' meetings, and an assembly in March
provided fine occasions for performances by the
concert band. C. J. McKee, head of the music de-
partment, was director.
Contributing its services to plays, assemblies, the
Christmas pageant, and the Inaugural reception,
the Topeka High School orchestra, under the
baton of C. J. McKee, had one of its busiest years.
Built principally around two works by Mendels-
sohn for orchestra and piano, the musical pro-
gram for the season was presented before a com-'
bined meeting of tl1e city's music clubs, drawing
much favorable comment. The program was also
presented before the student body in an assembly
in April. Contributing their services as small
groups to the various school and community
meetings became an important factor in the work
of the members of the organization. The number
of such gatherings increased because of the war,
and the ensembles made a definite contribution
where space, time, and transportation would
not allow an appearance of the full orchestra.
The year was closed early in May with a Victory
Concert in which both the band 'and orchestra
participated. A guest conductor and a program
of fine music well played made the season a suc-
cess musically, and in the minds of each member
was the knowledge that he had helped the sale of
War Bonds and Stamps. .
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Row 1:Gilkeson, Hass, Ingalsbe, Lovett. Row 2: Holm faccompanistj, Tew,
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Goodrich, Mums, Lindeinuth. Row 4: Radclitf, Firestone, Benson, Garber, E. Smith,
Durall, Hatcher, Fudge, S. Smith, Taylor. Row 5: Richardson, Lockwood, Day,
Rupin, Foster, Bennett, Wolfe, Gilroy, Marshall, Scott.
aa' Glee Gala' Gable .
Under the direction of the new vocal instructor, Clair I.
Mills, the Girls' Senior Glee Club had a most successful
year. Programs were given in high school and junior high
school assemblies, before Parent-Teacher meetings, and at
various civic and social groups throughout the city. Along
with the heavier type of glee club selections, much em-
phasis was placed on light classical music-music that
everyone can understand and enjoy. In this group were
such numbers as "Will You Remember?" "Where My
Caravan Has Rested," "Prayer" from "Hansel and Gretel,"
"Sing Again," "Sweethearts," and "Do Not GO. My Love."
After several weeks of hard work, the Boys' and Girls'
Glee Clubs opened the Fall season with a humorous oper-
ettafGilbert and Sullivzins "Pirates of Penzance." In
December they made a line contribution to the Christmas
Pageant. Directed by Don M. Gleckler, the Boys' Senior
Glee Club was composed of voices chosen from the chorus
classes to make up the advanced boys' group in Topeka
High School. Because singers are selected on ability rather
than on class in school, it included Sophomore, junior and
Senior members. The club's appearances in assemblies,
before junior high schools, and at banquets and civic
meetings of Topeka were enthusiastically welcomed by
audiences. Both the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs took part
in a Spring concert, climaxing a season which was one
of the busiest of the past several years because of the need
for programs and morale work in the war effort.
Because there was great demand for a girls' ensemble,
Adina Rupin, Thelma Gilkeson, Nancy Lindemuth, Bar-
bara Grabham, LaVexa Bennett, Louise Foster, jean Hardy,
Phyllis Haskell, and Donna Lou Holm, accompanist, were
selected in the Spring from the Girls' Senior Glee Club.
Clair I. Mills, director, stressed the importance of a wide
selection of numbers at their weekly practices. Varying
from the more dillicult classics, to light and humorous
songs, some of the more frequently requested numbers
were "Prayer Perfect," "Bird Songs at Eventide," "In the
Garden of Tomorrow," "I Know a Lovely Garden," and
Enjoying an unusual musical reputation in this part of
Kansas, the Madrigal Singers of Topeka High School are
a group which has been in existence for six years. Madri-
gals are typical songs of Elizabethan England, and all
music of the ensemble is chosen from that type or from
folksongs. The custom of singing while seated around a
table dates to an after-dinner custom of the lGth century
English nobility. As its enthusiastic audiences discovered,
each Madrigal consists of several melodies, all sung at
the same time. Voices were picked by tryout from the
Boys' and Girls' Senior Glee Clubs, and the group met
Monday and Friday afternoons. Although transportation
difiiculties because of the war hindered travel during the
year, making it impossible for the singers to accept out-.
of-town engagements, their appearances in local programs
kept all members busy. -
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Priorities. labor shortage, measles, and just about every other
difficulty has plagued the staff of the 1943 Suniiower-in. fact,
it was not until the pages actually began coming off the press
in mid-March that we were at all sure what our yearbook
would be like. Often, staff members came -perilously close to
being in need of a strait-jacket, as the rows of paper dolls
adorning the walls of the Sunflower oflice testihecl, but, in spite
of everything, the work has been fun, and we sincerely hope
"our baby" will give many hours of pleasure in years to come.
' r ff L, SUNFLOWER EDITORIAL STAFF
. Murlin Ilodqell ........... ....... . ..... . . ........... Editor
K- . ' 1 Betty Galroy ............................... Assistant Editor
'r' Y! Barton Griffith .... . ...... Associate Editor
V K V A- Orvllle Brent ...... ............ P hotoprapher
Mx ' ffm E':fm"" S .... . .... Assistant Photographers
Photographers Shoxthill Brent, and Elliot get set Qflgih' ""' --'- - I-iilworanhino Magma:
x Jean Ramsharper.'.'....'.. 'iiiiiligeniori iiiotivities
Edward Hay ....... ......... C artoonist
, I Glenn Coulter .,.... .......... S ports
e, , Marilyn Minnis .... .............. .... P a rties
' " ' Melha Winpate ................ ................ ..... P I ays
Mary Alice Brown Ruth Hulson
Musetta Crews Carolyn Liuhthody
Norma Erickson Denise Ml:CIuuuaue
Mary Heleker Dorothy Peterson
Clara Jane Sallee
, Ruth E. Hunt ...................................... Adviser
' M H. M. Ives 8: Sons ................................. Printers
Christopher Studios ..... .....Portrait Photography
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The Editorial Stab'
THE FIRST 18 CHAPTERS of the current serial
were -lilled with suspense and variety. It was a
semester packed with live news, starting with a
new superintendent of schools and revision of
the faculty and curriculum. Election, Homecom-
ing, the struggle for a successful Victory Corps,
new grade card, late pass, counseling and time
systems, the junior play, W.P.A. Week, All-
School Party, and salvage drives furnished ma-
terial for lively,front pages. Necessary diversions
whittled away classroom time. The World took
advantage of the new tabloid size and maintained
a "vitality" policy from a breezy Willow to front
page "fire-ball" headlines. "Give the students
what they want," was the formula. Heated scan-
dal sheet comment, which seems so unimportant
now, aroused school interest as the "issue of the
day." News popped rapidly, giving us little time
to wonder, "After this year, what?"
Klrka Mechem ................. . . ......... Edltor
Jack Rardln . . ' . . . . . . . . ...... . ...... Asslstant Edltor
Mary Heleker, Mary Allce Brown. . . . . . . Feature Edltorl
Glorla Gray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... Edltorlal Edltor
Melba Wlngate, Marllyn Mlnnls. . . . . . . . . . . .Perlacope
Gertrude McFarland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Around the World
Helen French. J. .... S. ..... . . . . . . . . . . .Club Edltor
Glenn Coulter ....
Robert Quinlan. . .
1 Z 1Aaslsta'nt'Snort Editor
Maxlne Walters .... ....
.Glrls' Snort Editor
Vlrglnla Wood. . . . . . . . . . ......... Exchange Edltor
Barbara Caldwell .
Betty Coats. . . . . .
W. N. Van Slyok.
Mlsfnutn E. Huntllllil
C. A. Hays ......
'7!:e SPRING WORLD
The Editorial Stag
...... ........Sepla Sketches
. ........ L.,...StaffArtIst
:Editorial 'and Elusluiess Advlser
. . . . . . . . ....... Prlntlng Adviser
ECHOES OF SPRING-"Senior boys to Wash-
burn," "Jukebox," "Student U.S.O.," "Cafeteria
Dancing" . . . More Topeka High alumni went
to the services, the World stopped production one
week to help the Victory Corps ration canned
goods . . . An exasperating Nvillorv drove Stu-
dent Council members, proctors, students in gen-
eral, crazy with its "advocations!" . . . "Trojan
Tintypes" gave inside-dope on Troy males and
belles . . . "Periscope" and "Around the World"
changed looks frequently with new heads added
. . . Several World staff members worked on
city papers to help replace draftees . . . War
Bond and Stamp sales finally became an actuality
in Topeka High when the World printed lead-
ing homerooms and names of high-selling "Com-
mandos" . . . Crowds at co-recreatioh varsities,
the answer to VVorld's Student "U.S.O.," showed
results of the school's efforts to increase recre-
ational facilities . . . The whole semester one of
fun and excitement!
Jack Rardln.'..... .... .
Rluhard Burns. . . . ..... . . . . . . .
Jackle Klvette. . . . ..... . . . . . . .
Ruth Hutscn, Jean Ramxharger. . . .
. . . .... . . . Editor
. .Anlxtant Edltor
. . . . . News Edltor
. . .Feature Edltors
Dorothy Peterson. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . . Edltorlal Editor
Muxetta Crews, Clara Jane Sallee. . . . .
Virglnla Wood, Carolyn Llghthody ....
Norma Ann Erlckron, Mary Moser. . . . .
Bah Qulnlan, Frank Allen, Marlln Young,
Denlse McCluggage ...... :. . . . . . . . .GlrIx' Snort Edltor
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Danlal Boydston. . . . ........ . . . .
. . ..... Perlscono
Around the World
. . . .Organlzatlons
. . . . .Sport Edltor
Ant. Sport Editors
. . Exchange Editor
. . .Senla Sketches
Orville Brent ..... .... . ..... P hotographer
James Elllott. . . . . . .Aaslstant Photographer
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Row 2: Crane, Miss Ruth Stout Qsponsorj.
DEBATE 1.41, .
This year the Topeka High School Debate
team, under the leadership of Miss Ruth Stout,
piled up 57 victories in 74 encounters. This
record included at least one victory against
every major debate team in Kansas and many
in Missouri. In taking first place at the Hutch-
inson and State District Tournaments the team
won 14 out of 16 debatesg and in placing sec-
ond in the Wyandotte and Salina Tourna-
ments won 22 out of 26 debates. At the State
Tournament, in competition with the six
strongest teams in Kansas, the debaters won
seven out of 10 debates, yielding first place
only to Newton. Members of the team were
Jack Button, Dick Cornish, Woody Runyan,
and Howard Swartzman. Howard received the
highest individual speaker rankings, and Jack
received the second highest. During the year
the boys spent more than 100 hours apiece in
the compiling and organizing of debate and
in actual speaking.
"Let's have your ticket, please!"
That was the familiar cry of the
Game Cadets, who conducted ticket
sales, guarded gates, and- accounted
for tickets for each game this year.
S. H. Stark, vice-principal, and E. B.
Weaver, coach, were sponsors. Ca-
dets were chosen early last fall by
the Representative Council. For
their duties, they were awarded
one and a half points toward an
Sitting: Sellen, L. Smith, Martin, R.
Smith. Standing: Holman, Medill, Mc-
Cluggage, ,McDaniels, Zimmerman.
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up the prograxn of the Girl Reserves
this year. For service the girls made
Scrapbooks for Ingleside and the
army hospitals. The Little Sister
party was one of the main social
events of the year. Officers of the
club were: Joan I-Ioehner, presi-
dent: 'Jeanette Hass, vice-president:
Barbara Maze, secretary, Shirley
Smith, treasurer, Sponsored by Miss
Ruth Loomis, this club is open to
all Topeka High School girls.
Left to right . llovhnor, Fmlzo,
Barrett, Peckham, Haines, Minnis,
Gray, Johnson, Sallve, Small,
Third row '
Seated: Nvertz, Maze, Hass, Smith,
Hensroth, Hoehner, Bennett. Stand-
ing: Ilnmilton, Fagan.
Sandia- Gala' Gouncil
To acquaint Sub-Sophomore girls
with the ways of Topeka High
School, and to interest them in out-
side activities, the Senior Girls'
Council was organized last fall by
Miss Annabel Pringle, counsellor
of girls. After Sub4Sophomore girls
were placed in groups under the
supervision of a Senior girl, they
met every two weeks to discuss Soph-
omore problems. Each month the
groups met as a whole with Miss
First Row: Mills, Strong, K. Creel, B. Croel, Siler, Snodk,
Cadwnlader, Deitz. Second Row: Quinlan, Miller. Brown,
Wingate, Euwer, Timmons, O'Malley. French, Lewis.
lei ' szwewwam
Here comes the crowd! This is the warning
to the Concession Stand workers who serve
the football and basketball games. Charles
Mills was faculty supervisor, and Helen
French, Melba Wingate, Bob Quinlan, and
Bill Miller were the managers. Besides the
fun these Trojans had along with their
work, they 'received one-half point toward
undn ebddical .feaque
The junior Classical League, which replaces the old Pia Societas as
an organization of students taking Latin, has for its purpose the
"handing on the torch of classical civilization to the modern
world." The local chapter is one of more than 400 chapters in the
United States. Under the sponsorship of Miss jean Robertson,
students found interest in singing Latin songs. putting on Latin
plays, and playing Latin games.
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Seated: Stewart, Nelson, Shaw, Collins: Ashley, Creel, Wallingford, Neth-
erland, Tillotson, Dodge, Grabham. Standing: Stolpe, Vlfrlghter, Barnett,
Medill, Stautfer, Ingram, Gilroy.
The junior Press Club, made up of Sophomores and juniors
interested in journalism, has developed into a valuable working
unit assisting the Sunllower and World in many ways. Officers
this year were: Barbara Grabham, president: Mary jean Stewart,
vice-president: Dick Barnett, secretary-treasurer: and Judson
Greer, program chairman. Betty Gilroy was student sponsor,
and Miss Ruth E. Hunt faculty sponsor. From among the most
active junior Press members are chosen staff members of the
Row 1: Hurst, Perry, Mitchell. Row 2: Price, Jackson, Cropp, Tyler, Dnrbcr, Riley.
Cooperating with the Booker-T boys and the Colored Advisory Council,
the Phyllis Wheatley Girl Reserves this year put on several sunlights,
varsities, the colored All-School Party and a patriotic party. This organ-
ization is open to all colored girls of Topeka High School. It was spon-
sored by Miss Berenice Fuller, Miss Alice Munroe, and Mrs. julia Parks.
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THE CALL OF THE TOWER
Hold on a minute, son: you're not going
without saying good-bye? You've looked
at me every day for three years, now you
can't be just leaving without even looking
at me once. and sorta thinking about me.
I know at times I've been iust four spikes
poking the clouds and reminding you that
you had to come or else. But l'll wager
I've been other things to you, too. Haven't
you ever realized that your dreams could
come true when you saw me here? Doesn't
my strength make you feel strong? Doesn't
my height make you want to reach higher?
I am the tower, young man. I've watched
thousands of boys come out that door for
the last time and go into the world. Some
of their ambitions are dead, now, while
they go on existing. It makes me ache
to see that. Some of them have carried
away something that they didn't find in
cr book, that has taken them up.
Look back, look hack, my boy, before it
is too late! Don't leave this precious thing
behind you. Lock it in your soul and let
it lead you up and up. It is the spirit of
your ALMA MATER.
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C. R. SCOTT MORTGAGE CO
800 National Bank of Topeka Bldg.
2nd and Quincy Phone 779I phone 2,3033
Hussey Insurance Agency
Fire-Life-Casualty EVERYTHING Emscrsncnl.
Insurance A TTTTSQ :rf
700 Kansas Avenue Telephone 41 75
For thirty-six years Ha11's have
sold to the students of Topeka
High School their educational
supplies and this has been ap-
preciated. An opportunity to
continue that service is solicited
by Hall's who in return propose
to furnish materials of the best
quality. satisfactorily priced.
MODERN OFFICE EQUIPMENT
FOUNTAIN PENS - STUDENT SUPPLIES - BOOKS - STATIONERY
633 Kansas Avenue
CALLING ALL GRADUATES
All high school graduates, girls as well as boys, are needed for the
wareffort. There is need for your services-business trained-in
the armed forces and in the offices of war plants, essential business,
industry and government. Prepare immediately following gradua-
tion to help. Cur courses will train you quickly to do efficient work.
Terms to suit your needs.
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512 Central Bldg., 'ZOO Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kansas
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FANCY MEATS AND GROCERIES
1028 Kansas Avenue Phone 2-7275 Phone 7705
Here You Always Find
Real Good Quality
-- Guaranteed Lower Prices
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES FURNITURE, DRAPERIES, RUGS
GSQQPQ Convenient Credit Terms
429 Kansas Avenue Phone 2-7674 u
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610 KANSAS AVENUE
Clothing and Jewelry for
the Entire Family
For Insurance, See
THE MEADE AGENCY
1 19 West Sixth Avenue
Phone 6537 Topeka 5 fffdmlllfg
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LAKIN MEADE TOE W. HULL
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Topeka Spice Mills
RoAsTERs OF sooo come
Tea ' Spices ' Ex+rac'rs
Hofel China ' Glassware
"We Make Retail Deliveries"
FLAD SL MARSH
607 Kansas Avenue
IO9 Easl Eighih Phone 507l
Come to M00fe'S for A Good Shoes For Over
Books- - Fifty Years
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M O G R E 3 S 715 Kansas Avenue
909 Kansas Avenue
A HOME OWNED STORE
Merchants National Bank
501 Kansas Avenue
TOPEKA, KANSAS '
W. Pt. Falkiner Insurance Agency
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91 1 Kansas Ave.
Where You F md Clever Dresses GEO. STAEBLER' mn Manager
and Blouses for School or Date
New England Bldg. Phone 7511
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During Vacation . . .
who shop at Sem-s and Save!
YOU DONHI' NEED THE CASH AT SEARS SPECIAL RENTAL RATES T0
Shop with cz Coupon Book-a small down payment STUDENTS ON TYPEWRITERS
buys one. You may use them like cash in any
department. They come in 510, S15 and S20 de- I
nominations. Pay for them over cr period of months.
Zercher Book St Stat y Co.
Sears, Roebuck and Co. T. L. Www. Om.
120 E081 Sth 706 Kansas Avenue Topeka, Kansas
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styling they fit perfectly into your busy-day
schedule. Their quality-making, superb crafts-
manship and fine materials assure you of the
best in wear and enduring beauty... 9 E E E Q L
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At Your Grocers
A. M. Petro SL Son
CKelsey H. Petrol
839 North Kansas Ave. Topeka, Kansas
C. G. Blakely SL Company
Qualified and equipped to fill
your every Insurance need.
201 Columbian Bldg. Phone 8537
The Topeka Morris Plan Co.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
700 Kansas Avenue Phone 8539
Knoll Battery ancl Electric Co.
A - The Topeka State Bank
1015 Kansas Ave' Phoqe 25546 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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PRIN-I-ING IN GOLD Bright sunshine highlights Dorothy Peterson's
green and yellow check suit with its Kelly
green accessories from Berkson's.
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114 West Sth. 2 Phone 6561 i
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For the Students'
Health and Happiness
All Kinds of School, Society
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TOPEKA HIGH h C P '
CAFETERIA T e O 999 V655
UA Student Service' .Phone 8I57 606 Harrison
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the store that's known for style alertness
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Mr. Ham Goes to War!
JOHN MORRELL 82 Co.
A KANSAS INSTITUTION
BL Home QF .
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102.3 W. 6'-2 Phone 28400
WW I I!! '
The House of
Quality and Service
Phone 5651 122 W. 2nd St.
E. G. JOHNSON'S
Furniture and Upholstering
MONEY TO LOAN
On City and Farm Properties
LOW RATES WITH VERY EASY TERMS
LOANS CLOSED PROMPTLY
' Com an
P y We Specialize on F.H.A. Loans
Slip Covers Rugs A FULL uma OF FIRE INSURANCE
The Davis-Wellcome Mortgage Co
1301 HUNTOON Phone 2-4073 Phone 8161 107 West 6th St.
824 KANSAS AVENUE
The address of a reliable bankg a
financial service station.
VVe welcome both checking and
Loansg we make many kindsg per-
sonal, automobile, financial state-
ment, mortgage, collateral.
I'Ve serve as executor, administrator
Our Capital Funds, S143,000.00
The State Savings Bank
WM. MACFERRAN. IR.. President
gs.. Before you decorate my
nf' ,al T ,H
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see i l
Young successes-Miss Judy Hibbs in a blue jacket
, dress of Enka Rayon Sheer Crepe-frosted with
Palnt and Color delicate white. Her flattering hat is an exclusive
O model from our Spring collection.
comnzczlu snot' - sacoxn moon
SHERWIN -WILLIAMS co. 11?
732 Kansas Phone 2-8267 TOPEKA' KANSAS
Call 8285 today
Protect your furs
The "Cold Storage" way
ix srimlirlfcs 5
Mutual Ice SL Cold Storage Co.
T. F. MARTIN JOHN IWARTIN CHAS. J. MARTIN
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
- COAL -
Curtis Woodwork, Masonitc and
F. C. Boggs, M.D.
Ernest H. Decker, M.D.
O. A. McDonald, M.D
Mills Bldg. Mills Bldg. Nat'l Reserve Bldg.
Lewis A. Curry, M.D. Wilson K. Hobart, M.D. I. H. O'Connell, M.D.
Mills Bldg. Mills Bldg. Mills Bldg.
HarrY l. Davis, M.D. T. P. Martin, M.D. M. G. Sloo, M.D.
Mills Bldg. 122 E. 4th St. Mills Bldg.
Arthur I. Buff, D.D.S. Louis M. Fleisch, D.D.S. C. N. Mertz. D.D.S.
Mills Bldg. Central Bldg. Mills Bldg.
W. H. Euler. D.D.S. E. E. Ramsey, D.D.S.
Nat'l Reserve Bldg. Mills Bldg.
Harry W. Colmery Doran. Kline, Cosgrove, Ieffrey 6. Russell
Nat'l Bank of Topeka Bldg. Nat'l Bank of Topeka Bldg.
Crane 6 Martin Barton E. Griffith H
New England Bldg. Nat'l Bank of Topeka Bldg.
Stone, McClure, Webb, Iohnson G Oman
Nat'l Bank of Topeka Bldg.
PENWELL FUNERAL HOME
Topeka Blvd. at Ninth St.
Topeka, Kansas Phone 8558
BUSINESS TRAINING DEPARTMENTS
if LOW COST if SECRETARIAL
'N TIME SAVED if STENOTYPY
'A' MODERN EQUIPMENT TOP-'35 HIGH W ACCOUNTING
'if INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION GRADUATES if BANKING
if CLASS WORK PREFER if SOCIAL SECURITY WORK
1' EXPERIENCED TEACHERS STHCKY-mfs i' SHORTHAND
'A' PLACEMENT SERVICE 'N TYPEWRITING
if 18.000 SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR SPACE W BOOKKEEPING
if ESTABLISHED 1885 f COMPTOMETER AND CALCULATOR
We extend an invitation to Topeka High School Graduates
and Students to visit our school.
'l'0I'E IIA Il IISINESS lllllililillli
M. H. STRICKLER. President S. I. SHOCK. Business Manager
Ill EAST EIGHTH our Sf'-ldem F' 11131169 PIG!! Will Help You Got Phones 8382 - 5898
Started When You Graduate
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'A KAW VALLEY Ou. Co. fi if
V, , Cgelephone 3-3283 'So od'
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S EIB E R L 1 N G Ope ai agvx SUPER PRODUCTS
JAEEZE S3?S3S3'iff5Ei P. 0. Box 6323355 .KES2iEEE
GREASES . RAo1os DISTILLATE . :DIESEL FUEL
Crescent Drug Store No. 6
F. E. ROWLAND
12th and Taylor S' Phone 4455
Zlechwd Swwzee is Glwap at '7a,w6e ,Q
S Power and Lzght Q D The Kansas Q . fp J
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'I 8 9 PERCY S. WALKER
I 0 I 7 Kansas Avenue
Topeka, lian. .
6th and Jackson Sts. Topeka, Kansas
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act fu to Qua :ty
Home Loans nfiiiiii G'iii:iE'S
This Institution has served the savers cmd 'IIS M5555 UVB
home owners of this community for 58 years.
Come in and start cm savings account when - - A
you receive your first pay check. H1911 FCXSh101'1S f0I'
Reiiember. one-tenth of all you ecxrn is yours MISSES, IUNIORS AND WOMEN
Shatgnfe Fecxral Sifungs COATS, DRESSES, FURS,
804 Kansas Avenue Phone 8597
Processors Q sms. 1 Manufacturers
of it of
Sunrise Seeds 4 Q Sunrise Feeds
WILLIAM GREEN SL SON
A 813 KANSAS AVE U S E
Ph 5621 W I S E L Y
WOLF'S JEWE LERS
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W -f.,'s.,i.':.', Qxaess
THE GAS SERVICE CO.
6435 ZOO West Sixth A
UNITED STATES DEFENSE STAMPS
A ,YAND BONDS
271522 National Bank gf Topeka
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSI
T INAURANCE CORPORATION
VICTORY SAND'AND STONE COMPANY
SAND-ALL GRADES GRAVEL AND CHAT
Ready Mixed Concrete
' Road Machinery
The Martin Tractor Company
700 East Eighth
Rodney, the Rooster, says:
"Buy a Loaf Today"
A red tcdfeta formal sprinkled
with rhineslones adds to
Shirley Lockwood's glamour
"Wlmrz' You Can See Tomorrowiv Slyles Today'
The Topeka ,
Pure Milk Co. 'fi
XLLZMZJAZJ 0 f
THE DAIRY PRODUCTS IN
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Meadow Gold Pennant Green Room
Prgd u gtg LUNCHEONS Arm PAn'ru:s
Phone 2-6655 for Reservations
400 Jackson Phone 3-3251 CONTINUOUS SERVICE
10530 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
to High School Students
16 Modern Bowling Alleys
104-110 East 10th
C Make 3 good impression
by taking your girl in
and Trucks real style . . .
SPECIALIZED SERVICE can a
ALL MAKES YELLOW CAB
1014 Kansas Phone 2-4022
SEPTEMBER: Enrollment .... Girl Reserve Party . .
OCTOBER: Election . . . Operetta . . . Navy Day.
NOVENIBER2 Sophomore Party .... Open House. . .
Sadie Hawkins Mleek . . . junior Play.
DECElN'IBERZ All-School Party . . . Christmas Pageant.
KIANUARYI Enrollment . . . College Day . . . Senior Party.
FEBRUARY: Co-ed Prom . . . Rationing.
lX'lARCI-II Senior Play . . . State Basketball Tournament.
AI'RlI.Z Junior-Senior Prom. . . Masque and Wig Play
. . . Easter Vacation.
MAY: Home Economics Fashion Sh ...S
Comes Out . . . Senior Vespers . . . Commencement.
Barrett, Crabb, Sallee, and Peterson
make Navy Day bond sale
THE CLARK SECRET ARIAL SCHOOL
WHERE T. H. S. GRADUATES TRAIN TO
FILL DESIRABLE OFFICE POSITIONS
Tenth and Western Topeka, Kansas
PHIL M. SEWELL
"D-X Products" ,
609 COLLEGE Sth AND TYLER 723 WEST SIXTH
The Guaranty State Bank
435 Kansas Avenue I QM:
Capital Ss 1 00,000
Made in 'f 'K 2257, I 4, u The
Topeka , f World's Finest
bv ' U All Purpose
Topeka Labor m U R Fi' Flour
MULVANE ART MUSEUM
Excellent Facilities at Home This Year
The present national emergency has emphasized the need for trained men and women.
Getting the best possible education is clearly a patriotic duty.
The essential courses in Liberal Arts and basic pre-professional studies are being main-
tained. Special facilities for the training of teachers, nurses, medical technicians, and bus-
iness associates have been added. A
Achievement of high competence in Aeronautics has resulted in an enlarged program
in Naval Aviation. The Art building and program has given Washburn standing among
the first twenty-five college art museums in America.
High standards of teaching in the sciences has resulted in approval by the Government
as a pre-medical Naval training school. .
A twelve-weeks' Summer Session of two six-weeks' terms will open on May 25, 1943.
Summer session announcements and the University catalog will be supplied gladly on
Armstrong jewelry Store .... . . 107
Berkson's . . ................... . . 115
Blakely, C. G. Sc Co.-Insurance ..., . . 114
B1ender's Barbecue ............. . . 118
Brier Insurance Service ................... 116
Capitol Federal Savings Sc Loan Association. 115
Central National Bank ................... 112
Central Trust Co. ........................ 112
Christopher Studio ............. . . 110
City Hand Laundry ............. . . 116
Clark School of Commerce and
Secretarial Training .......... .. 126
Coats Grocery Co. ............. . . 111
Coca-Cola . . .......... . . 126
Coe Seed Co. ..... . . 122
College Press ............. . . 116
Crane Sc Co. ............... . . 116
Crescent Drug Store No. 6 .... .... 1 21
Crosby Bros. Co. ........... .. 119
D 8a H Shop .................. . . 112
Davis-Wellcome Mortgage Co.. . . . . 118
Dentists . . ................... .. 120
Dodd's School of Business .... .. 107
Endlich, Harry ................ . . 124
F alkiner Insurance Agency ..... . . 112
Flad 8c Marsh-Drugs ........ . . 111
Fritton Grocery Co. ........ . . 115
Gas Service Co. ........... . . 123
Green Sc Son Grocery Co.. . . . . 123
Guaranty State Bank ..... . . 126
Hall Stationery Co. .... . . 106
Harris-Goar's . . ..... . . 109
Hi1l's Studio ...... . . 124
Hotel Jayhawk ......... . . 109
Hogue Motors ........... . . 125
Hussey Insurance Agency ..... . . 106
Ives, H. M. 8: Sons-Printers .... . . 117
Jayhawk Bowl ............ . . 125
Johnson's-Furniture . . . . . 118
Jordan Baking Co, ....... . . 124
Kansas Power 8: Light Co. .... . . 122
Karlan Furniture Co. ..,... .. 107
Kaw Motors Co. ........... . . 107
Kaw Valley Oil Co. ........., . . 121
Knoll Battery ik Electric Co. .,.. . . 114
Lawyers . . ....... I ........ . . 120
Lord's Flowers ........... . . 115
Lynde E Fallcy Grocery .... . . 107
Marling, Ed, Electric Store. ..
Martin Lumber Co. ........ .
Martin Tractor Co. ........ .
Merchants National Bank.
Moore Stationery Co. ...... .
Morris Plan Co. ............ .
Morrell, John Sc Co. ..... .
Mutual Ice Rc Cold Storage Co. .... . . .
Mutual Laundry ............
National Bank of Topeka ....
Nightingale's-Suits, Dresses ..
Pagels Banquet Flour ....
Palace Clothing Co.. . .
Payne's Shoes ........
Pel1etier's . . ........ . .
Pennant Cafeteria. ........ ..
Penwell Funeral Home ......
Petro, A. M. 8: Son-Druggists ....
Physicians . . ............. . . .
Re1nbrandt's Studio ....
Ripley's Laundry ......
Royal College Shop ....
Scott Mortgage Co.. . .
Sears, Roebuck ik Co. ........ .
Sewell Oil Co. .............. .
Shawnee Federal Savings 8: Loa
Sherwin-Williams Paint Co.. . .
Silk Coal Co. ............... .
State Savings Bank ...........
Steves, F. M Sc Sons-Printers. .
Topeka Business College .....
Topeka High School Cafeteria .... . . .
Topeka Pure Milk Co. ...... .
Topeka Spice Mills ....
Topeka State Bank ....
Trapp Print Shop .......
Victory Sand Ek Stone Co.. . . .
1'Valker, Percy S.-Druggist ....
1fVall-Diffenclerfer Mortuary. . .
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1Volf's Jewelers ........ . ....... ......
Yellow Cab Co. ................ .. .
ZCl'C1lCI"S Book and Stationery Co.. . . . . .
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