Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS)
- Class of 1945
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TOPEKA HIGH PAYS PROUD TRIBUTE TO
FORMER STUDENTS WHO DIED IN
SERVICE IN WORLD WAR II
ALLEN GEORGE M
ALLISON. IAMES E.
BROCK, CARL W.
BROOKE, ALBERT L.
BRUNER SAMUEL B.
CAPPS, THOMAS P.
CARLSON, MERLYN L.
COBBE, GEORGE BARTON
CROWTHER, WARREN E.
DILLEY. RICHARD F.
DUVALL, LAWRENCE D.
ENGHOLM. IOHN W.
FOSTER, FESTUS F.
GARCIA. PETER R.
GIPPLE, D. R.
GLENN. RICHARD CLYDE
GLOGAU DONALD M
HACKLER. H. LYNN
HARVEY, PAUL L.
HASKELL. EVERETT E., IR.
HOPKINS, RICHARD, IR.
KELLER. RALPH H.
KIEFFER EARL D.
KRAMER, FRANK E.. IR.
LEA, IOHN B.
LEWIS, RALPH. .
LIGGETT, OTIS I.
LOVELESS IIM K.
LOWE, EARL G.. IR.
MCCOMAS, C. C.. IR.
MCDERMOTT, IAMES S.
MORGAN, HARRISON P.
PAGE, ROBERT KERR
PERRY. IAMES L.
REED, NORMAN E.
SEAL, DONALD. IR.
SHEPARDSON, L. H.
SHOUP IOHN S.
SLOAN, ROBERT C.
SMITH, ROBERT W.
SPENCE. HOWARD .
STEINRAUF, PAUL .
STEVENSON, WILLIS C.
THOMPSON, MAX REESE
UNDERWOOD, KENNETH H.
WELCH, IOHN GILBERT
WESTON, FLOYD E.
WILLIAMS, EARL L.
WILLIAMS. IUDSON T.
WILSON, GUY W.
WRIGHT. MYRON, IR.
PLACE. HAROLD C.
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We dedicate the 1945 Sunflower to the graduates and former students
of Topeka High School who have given their lives in the present war.
In the words of Superintendent Kenneth McFarland at the dedication of
the school Service Flag last May, we udedicate it with a prayer that ,a
mantle of mercy shall enfold the loved ones of those whose stars have
turned to gold, and that these gold stars will shine on forever in the
grateful hearts of all . , . with a supplication that we shall have courage,
that we shall understand that our great nation cannot remain the land
of the free unless it is also the home of the brave . . .with the decla-
ration and challenge that until such time as the lights come on again in
the world, we who love these stars shall not be fearful of the nightf'
TABLE OF CONTENTS large"-5' 5
Theme and Dedication
PEOPLE ...... 9
Administration, Faculty, Student Government,
Seniors, Royalty, Juniors, Sophomores
MEMORIES ...... 53
Parties, Plays, Sports, Classrooms, Music,
Publications, Debate, Organizations
FINANCE ...... 105
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Advertising, Professional Directory
, Joint X 3
Into this buildin
through Friday, September through May. ln their classes they study to equip them-
selves tor the New World they know is coming. Though the future is uncertain
they are confident that there will be a place in the New World for each of them,
and they will go forth 'eager and well prepared, worthy alumni of Topeka High.
g come more than sixteen hundred students every day, Monday
The Walls of TROY
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On the never-to-be-forgotten evening in May when parents and friends
gather by the hundreds in Moore Bowl to witness the commencement exercises,
dignitaries in education in the cap and gown of their respective colleges do
honor to the Seniors who are about to receive their diplomas. A noted speaker,
the president and members of the Board of Education, the superintendent of
schools, the Topeka High School administrators-all put forth every effort to re-
cognize fittingly the achievement of graduating Trojans.
As the sun sinks into the West and day fades into dusk, the throng looking
down upon gray-gowned Seniors center their attention on the stage. The back-
ground of green trees soon is lost in the bright lights that flood the held. Music,
introductions, the address of the evening are only a prelude to the climax of the
ceremony-the march of the Seniors across the stage to receive their diplomas.
As graduates of Topeka High School, they face the future confident that they
can meet the challenge of the New World.
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Marlin S. Casey, A. H. Saville, Kelsey H. Petro.
Mrs. David Neiswanger. I. W. F. Hughes, Charles R. Bennett
Here are some of your best friends Dr
Kenneth McFarland, Superintendent of
Schools, and members of the Board of Ed
ucation. So Well did they work for you
that Dr. McFarland and his assistant, M
Whitson, were re-elected last February to
their posts for another two years. Then
when three members of the Board ran for
re-election this spring they were unop
posed, thus saving the city the expense of a
Continuing his policy of Close coopera
tion between administrators and students
Dr. McFarland held a series of meetings
with students of all three classes. At these
meetings he explained the Topeka school
system, and gave students a chance to air
complaints and opinions.
E. B. Weaver, Acting Principal
School Shift Jobs
With the opening ol' school. E. B. Weayfer suc-
ceeded S. H. Stark as Acting Principal, and in Febru-
ary was re-elected to this position. E. L. Fink aided
Mr. VVeaver and Mr. Stark, Vice-Principal, in check-
ing attendance. Miss Annabel Pringle continued as
Counsellor of Girls.
A petition requesting a change in the assembly
seating system, resulted in a new plan. Seniors chose
their seats in the front of the auditorium, Juniors
had their choice in the rear of the auditorium, and
Sophomores were in the balcony. Q
And oh-the new absence, tardy system. Under
the new policy only three unexcused absences in a
six weeks' period were allowed. Students with more
than three wererequired to take an exam covering
the six weeks' work.
Especially for the students who were excused and
not yet ready to leave the building. Room ll8 was
converted to a combination lounge. lost and found
department, and phone booth.
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y Meets Emergency
And here :is the faculty, still smiling after a
year in which 68 carried. the work done by '75
last year. The situation would have been one
step worse if Uncle Sam hadn't granted Robert
Rue a 90-day deferment from the Army.
The four new faces amongythe teachers are
Mrs. Veronne Crawford, who replaced Mrs. Helen
Rohrs in the girls, physical education departmentg
Ad Miller, who succeeded the late VVayne Gard-
ner as assistant football and basketball coach,
Chester Davenport, who replaced Charles Mills
as head basketball coachg and Floyd Holcombe,
who took over the auto-mechanics classes in place
of Fred R. Powers.
The Counseling System introduced two years
ago was continued, with the head counsellors,
Loren Nuzman, Miss Bernice Finley, John E.
Lund, Miss Ruth A. Stout, and Miss Robena
Pringle, doing much to personalize the system.
MISS OLWE COLLINS HOMER COY MISS ELIZABETH CULVHR CHESTER DAVENPGRT MISS RIDA DUCKWALL H F ELUTHORPE
Language Eloctricity Social Studies Physical Education Business Chemistry
Mas. wcus sw D. L. sawm ' E. L rmx MISS BERNICE FIN!-EY Mrss Means rowuzn MISS ETHI1 FHIZELL
Business Mechanical Dmwanq Business clothing Language Social smaxes
MISS MXMEL FRY MHS. RACHEL FUDGE M155 BERENICE FULLER DCN M. GLECKLEHK MISS RUTH GBANDON MISS LAURA HANLEY
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CLAUDE A. HAYS IOHN H. HOEHNER FLOYD HOLCOMB MYSS MARY E. HOPKINS MISS MILICENT HOSMER MISS RUTH E. HUNT
Prinung Maclmnicul Drawing AutoAMechanics English Social Studies lournulism
MRS. EZSTHER KlNGlVlA!1I
Office secretaries Mrs. Rita Whinery, Mrs. Barbara Wilkin, and
Mrs. Martha Pitt take stock of the dc1y's work
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Emil G c or Chairman
PROCTOR CHAIRMEN Spring Pr -f A ,Q Q ,,
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Seated: Steves, Williams, Glogau, Gelvin, Righter, McCaig. Tom Gejvjn or chairman'
Standing: Wall, Mallon, Barney, McCarthy, McCormick.
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Seated: Williams, Boone, Kauffman, Becker, Clark, Grace, Siebenthal, McCue
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President of Student Congress
Vice-President oi Student Congress
Three times during the year the peace of busi-
ness houses uptown was shattered by cries of "Yea,
Topekalu, as enthusiastic rooters snake-dancedup
Kansas Avenue? in pre-game pep parades. Besides
sponsoring pep parades and varsities, the Student
Council put on a fine All-School Party. Committees
were sent to inspect all spheres of school activitiesg
and during the last semester, after-school sunlights
After a successful fall sale of activity and Junior
play tickets, the Representative Council, at mid-term
took over sales of War Stamps and Bonds, formerly
handled by the Victory Corps. The lower house
consists of representatives elected from third hour
classes and it was through these classes that sales
were handled. Frank Beal was fall term speaker,
and Dick Barnett took over for the spring term.
Alert STUDENT CUNGRESS
F rank Beal C1yde,Hertick Icxcqueline Kirk Bemice Steenson
Speaker of the House Election Commissioner Election Clerk Secretary of Point System
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Seated: Merriman, Merriam, Iohnson, Ransom, Smith, Golden. Creel, Butler. Steenson.
Standing: Iones, Mrs. Fayeben Wolfe, Dells, Harrison, Archer, Paige, Gelvin, Davis, Lake.
Boosts Work of School and Country
THE REPRESENTATIVE- COUNCIL
Seated Row 1: Klugg, Paige, Dodge, Saville, Merriman, Glover. h
Seated Row 2: Gleason, Willis, Bullock, Glauner, Edmonds, Nettleton, Endlich, Lamar, Worswick, Hulse, Miller, Euwer, Hamilton
Standing Row 1: Powell, Beal, Walters, Steele, Hess, Brown, Smith, Hansen, Minich, Martin, Luscombe, Iones,
Standing Row 2: De Graff, Hetherinqton, Pettiiohn, Kinyon, Brooks, Nitz, Wall, Shultz, Knight, Lambert, Smith,
Rork, Shyne, Boley
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Armstrong Hen s ot ,A
Weii, Seniors, you made iti. For three years you
wondered what it wouid be hke, and now it's here!
the time for you to remember the Sophomore party
you heid, and the Sunior-Senior promsfthe nrne
flffgffftonq piays you enioyed, and the three Ah-Schooi partres.
1 QMaybe some ot you can remember moreh You
1 can recah important changes that took piace in stu-
dent government, the Proctor system, and the Vice
tory Corps. You hke to remember three sweh years
3 Robert Rhodes 3 ,
ot sports and to know that some ot the best piayers
were oi your number. Yes, Seniors, you made ttf
and these pages are yours.
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Pep Club Civxl Ai: Pau-ol Proclor
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MARY IACKSON YVONNE IACOUES BARBARA IOHNSON BETTY IEAN IOHNSON DALE JOHNSON
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humor have Won him friends in
the many groups that make up
Topeka High School's student life.
Mary Kay Paige - attendant to the
Homecoming Queen, then Aviation
Day Queen, and finally Queen of
the All-School Party! Mary Kay has
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BETT LOUISE MILLER HARRIET MILLER
MILLER RICHARD D MILLER RICHARD IAMES MILLER LOU DON MINICH
Au Sched puny Assembly Committee
promo, Red Cross Council
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DON MORRISON DONNA LEA MORRISON FERN EVELYN MOSSMAN
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ViceYPres. Pop Club Ramblers
s9c,,Tmus. yr. Pfess sf. Rep. Advisory Cowen
Victory Corps Salesman Election Commissioner
JUNE LUCILLE PRYOR
Phyllis Whecnley Club
Red Cross Representative
MARILYN Purrsa 1'
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Fooibcll Ccrop Retailing
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BETTY ROOT DON ROTHFUSS MARTHA BUTTER
WILLIAM RIGHTEE CLYDE RINKEH
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Bed Cross Cuunch
Senior Gkks' Cou-Ach
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Pwmor Vicxory Corps
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Award Senior Gzrls' Council
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NORMADELL WHITTLELSEY PHYLLIS IO WYLEMAN
Camp Olficc Praclice Pwclor
Cross Council Art Work in: Plays
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MELBA WORSWICK MARY FRANCES WRAY Hggvgy WFUGHT
RePfeSm'ifm"9 Council Senior Gills' C01-WICU junior Class Representrxuve
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Pmciur National Thespians pwcw, Captain
ALBIRDIE YOUNG HARLAN
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3111112 21, 1927 -- glune 2, 1944
Mallon, Davis. Merriam, Scrinopski, Butler, Ransom, Emerson
Look to Next Year
Juniors, the next pages are for you, just as the next year
is for you. With two years of hard work and harder playlyou
have prepared for both. You have trained competent class
oflicers, talented Thespians, victory-rninded athletes. They
will all meet their tests next year. You are lucky, because
you can look back and forward without turning. Moreover,
While you are sure that the.Prom you gave for the Seniors
was the best party Topeka High will ever see, you know that
you're going to have a grand time at your own, next year.
So, here's to you, Juniors!
Stan Emerson Virginia Butler V Susan Merriam Bill Ransom
Social Chairman Representative Representative RePl'eSeniC1iiVe
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R.g French, S.: Gayhart, R., Gibb, M., Goff, L.
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Hill, Jack, Hill, Jeannieg Hirschberg, E., Hodgson, R.g Holmes, B.
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Row l-Miller, J., Mills, M., Monroe, J., Montgomery, K., Moore, B., Mowry, M., Moyer, D., Newell, L., Nietiedt, M., Noe
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Prove They Can Take It
And here are the Sophomores. Why, at that first induction
assembly, you didn't think you could ever accomplish all the
things Sophomores are expected to do in one year. But it
looks as though you did. Take the Sophomore party, for in-
stance, when has there been a better one? Some of you were
on the All-School'party program, too. Nothing backward
about these Sophs. You helped make the Masque and Wig
play a success, and you made a fine showing in all sports.
Yes, you're all ready to teach those juniors and Seniors a few
tricks, so take it away, Sophs. This is for you.
Joyce Harrison Marilyn Erwin lane Heywood Helen Iohnson
Social Chairman Representative Representative Representative
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Row 2-Beenis, D., Bervert, B., Bingham, E., Blankenship, V., Bloom, R., Boley, P., Bolinger, I., Bostrom, L., Boutwell, V.,
Bowlin, R., Boyd, J., Boyle, N., Brace, V.
Row 3-Bradford, S., Bradley, J., Briggs, B,, Brooks, N., Brown, S., Brown, NV., Burdick, C., Burries, C., Butcher, J., Butner,
D., Cantrell, J., Carlin, L., Carnahan, J.
Ron 1-Carter, C., Latren, N., Chappell, V., Chayers, J., Chr1sty,C., Clark, B., Cless, B., Cochran, J., Cole, B., Condron
Conklin, S., Cook, R., Cooper, D.
Row 2-Cowan. K., Cowger, A., Crable, Harry, Crable, Harvey, Crane, M., Crawford, D., Crietz, V., Critchlow, L., Currier,
M., Dahe, R., Davis, L., Delfs, B., Dellas, J.
Row 3HDeV0re, M., Dick, D., Dierking, I., Dinklage, K., Dodge, B,, Douglas, B., Douglass, J., Drury, R., Dunn, J., Edie,
V., 1-.dds, D., Edmunds, FI., Elliott, P.
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Row 3--Gordon, D., Gossett, M., Granger, J., Hale, M., Hall. F., Hamilton, W., Hammentra, S., Hankey, L.,' Hansen, M.,
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Row -2-Hoffmeister, C., Hoover, B., Horton, C., Hudson, K., Hunsecker, C., Ingram, V., Jackson, A., James, D., Jeffries,
D., Keeling, R., Kelba, D., Kelley, B., Killinger, J. L
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"I washed all the windows,
cmd swept the iloors . . . "
And did you see . . . ?" X
Faces you know, people and
places you recognize, scenes around
the school, they are an important
part of your life, they are your ev-
ery-day friends. You like them as
you like things that belong to you.
To you they will remain a part of
many moments-some happy, some
not so happy-but all unforgettable.
"I sure did!"
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e is on!
"Ding-dong. ding-dongln That was Toni
Gelvin driving Topeka Highs own trolley, the
All-School Party, unlimited. His passengers in-
cluded the cast of the skit einceed by Roger
Franzke. That is, all the Cast but i'Hale and
Hearty" Jud Greer and C. L. Kendall, who
preferred to enter unconventionally through
Before the trolley Chugged on its merry Way,
some five hundred Trojans had added a Carload
of rneinories to their already packed brains. . .
Donna Knowlton behind a parasolg Lippy
Reaugh, as a i'l'il dolly with at hole in her stock-
ingng the Colored girls' quartetg JoAnn Steele
and Don Dorrell in their own version of the
And then the presentation of your royalty.
Yes, that was Topeka High's favorite party, your
brightest memory-the All-School Party.
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First ROW- geigeer. Rhodes. Ken
Bob Rhodes "with his light brown
derby" and Donna Knowlton
"with her hair piled high upon
her head" set program theme in
romantic rendition of "'I'he Trolley
' Smith, Deitz, Benton. and Wright discuss their last
A11-School Party over popcorn cmd "cokes."
Phyllis Brandon - secretary-
treasurer of Phyllis Wheatley
Girl Reserves. Phyllis was a
leader in the social life of the
school. Charming and attractive,
she was the perfect Queen for an
James Harmon-president of the
Booker T Club, and co-chairman
of the Colored Advisory Council.
james was one of the most popu-
lar and highly respected boys in
Topeka High, a fitting choice for
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Mervin Slaughter cmd Ioyce Finney
Eulis Ccxthey cmd Dorothy Fitzgerald
P Liven Extra Hours
Let's have a L'Downbeat" the surest way
to have a good Lime! You got your '5Down-
beatf, complete with dance floor, coke bar,
ping-pong, and juke-box.
Charles Mills was in Charge of "Down-
beatf' and Harrison Caldwell served as co-
ordinator for the eanteen held at Monroe
Photographer catches ball in mid-air
"Cokes" go fast at the Downbeat E59
h' h on shoulders Oi enlhusw
Fire burns alone--deserted by
Trojans off to the game
Wcmxvl Sis Boom BAHV You reall
had the sl l " ' '
cioo spirit last yeai.
especially when it Came to Oskie-
VVow-VVoW! Bonfires roared the
teams on to victory. Parades re-
minded down-town Topeka that
their high school was out to win.
At games, the stands trembled vis-
ibly as you pounded out HOne-
PEP RALLIES and PARTIES
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no qum SUPPOH O
These luck T
y rojans had some gas!
' th t odner!" cries Ginner Dodge
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"Mellerdrammer" featuring jealous
lovers, lots of lnjuns, Hghtiny cow punch-
ers and a dramatic narrator set the All-
H' yet Qfcrc
Girl party off to a big start last fall.
Topeka High girls and their honor
guests, th e incoming Sophomores.
paused in their dancing to watch numer-
ous comedy acts and consume an amazf
ing amount of food. When the girls get
together . . . well!
See that six-shooter and
ten gallon hat? They were
left over from the Western
at1nosphere.of the Sopho-
more party. 'iDon't Fence
Me In!" was everyones
motto as the Sophs trans-
formed the student cafeteria
into a spacious "Trojan Tav-
ern." The bartender han-
dled the floor show, and then
the whole crowd handled the
refreshments in the Social
czville and Deitz op
ps for girls
Sophs dress up for their first big party
metology on Iim
"By the sea, by the sea, by the beootiful
sea . . There you are, reminiscing about
the Junior-Senior Prom again. Of course,
you can't help it! When you think about
the cafeteria .decorative with spring Howers,
'Eormals and tuxes, you just naturally get
VVhat you liked best was the skit. Emcee
jack Hill and his mustache-d, bustled cast
brought the Gibson Girls so up-to-date
that they'll never be the same again. Com-
edy teams, Don Dorrell and Lenora Bach-
man, Dale Mallon and JoAnn- Steele,
shared the laughs with bartender jim
Powell and the rest of the funny-bones.
The Can-Can Chorus in their daring cos-
tumes later danced to fame A'By the Sea."
August Jackson set Trojan feet tapping,
and hands clapping with piano numbers.
So, go ahead and reminisce-you can't
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She'd spit right in his eye? "Sweet Adeline!"
but she "Cou1dn'! Say No"
Revives Gibson Girl Era
CAST FOR "SPRING GREEN"
Scott, Schuler, and Greene watch T. Newton D13 B
Todd Powell ponder his many problems lflligilzlodgett
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h Shenanigans back stage
"Great stars and little earthwormslw All in
one play. What play? Why, you remember, the
junior play, 'iSpring Green." The little Worms
were the ones Ty Newton Todd lovingly called
Jumbo and Salome, and the great stars were Jim
Powell, Peggy Scott, Don Libert, and all the rest
of the cast.
The plot proved that a housing shortage can be
fun when a family like the Cassells takes in
roomers like the Todds. There certainly wasn't
a manpower shortage and -everyone was delir-
iously happy-even the earthworms.
Nina Cassell ........
Mrs. Rumble ,........
Scooter Cassell .....
Mr. Putman ......
Tony Cassell ....,
Penkee Ames ....
Dunk Doyle ...,..
Bing Hotchkiss .......
. . . . . . . .Betty Bodkin
. . . . . . .Isabel Martin
.... . .Ioan Nail
. . , . .Don Dorrell
. . . . . . .Peggy Scott
. . . .loy Scrinopskie
, . . . .Charles Greene
.. ...Bob Schulez
Genevieve Iones ..... Mary Icme Merriman
Major Todd ................... Don Liber!
T. Newton Todd .... .......... I im Powell
Eula Hotchkiss .....
Dr. Blodgett ......
Officer Ryan .....
. . . .Donna Knowlton
. . . . .Richard Leighty
. . . . . .Don Morse
his talent on the saxophone.
Wheeler famil "Oh's and Ah's" when Clarence displays
THE CAST Qqdlgfqsks
CLARENCE ............... DoN TURNER o'Q1,1?tCfQ,ea
coRA WHEELER ....... wYvETTE LILLY efls - Ce
MISS PINNEY ........ LENORA BACHMAN
MRS. WHEELER. . .MARGERY KAUFFMAN
MRS. MARTIN .............. BETSY DAY
MR. WHEELER. . . .... DON DORRELL
BOBBY WHEELER ........, DON TAYLOR
DELIA .......,......... MILA WILLIAMS
DINWIDDIE ........ ROGER WILLIAMSON
HUBERT STEM ..... KENNETH DINKLAGE
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Meek Wins Audience
"Clarence!" Meek Clarence with the up-
side-down liver! Gentle Clarence, who could
handle mules Without profanity! He could
handle your laughter, too, for Clarence was
a figment of Booth Tarkingtoifs imagination
portrayed by Don Turner in the Masque and
"Clarence, was the perfect example ol
what any returning serviceman might have
to meet-that is, if he fell into the hands of
a family like the Wheelers. The happy
Wheelers, with the possible exception of the
butler and Mr. Wheeler, all fell in love with
Clarence. He, however, was too preoccupied
with Coleoptera to care.
But then you remember it-how coulcl you
Costume managers Keith and Nazarian primp
Butler Dinwiddie for his entrance. '
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Sweepnl Gm the
"Wellington must not
reach Quatre Bras!"
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Lair. kA,, som.. ..-,t...n,.
"Misleading Lady" may have fooled the
cast. but the audience was Wise enough to
have a Wonderful time at the Senior play.
Then too, anyone could tell that Miss Lead-
ing Lady, Barbara Strong, was really in love
with Mr. Leading Man, Bob Schuler, at least
by the end of the first act. '
Tense moments ,were aptly relieved by
Judson "Boney" Greer, Bob Beecroft, and
Don Dorrell, who played the part of lunatics
Yes, the members of the cast deserve lots
of bouquets. One, however, would prefer a
nice juicy bone-Sunny Boy Sherwood, who
played himself in his stage debut.
THE CAST OF HMISLEADING LADY"
Amy Foster ................. Ioella Brown
Grace Buchanan ..,...... Virginia Yardley
Sidney Parker ................. lack Ward
Iane Wentworth ...... Mary Frances Wray
Helen Steele .......
Stephen Weatherbee ........
lack Craigen .......
. . . . . . .Barbara Strong
.C. L. Kendall
. . . . . . .Robert Schulez
.. . . .Bob Beecroil
. . . .Don Dorrell
. . . . . . . .Carolyn Keith
Spider Sanborn. . . , . ,
Babe Merrill ........
Mrs. Iohn Cannell..
Henry Tracey ...... A ........ K enneth Lake
Keen Fitzpatrick .......
Sunny Boy Sherwood ............. Himself
Boney ...................... Iudson Greer
Tim McMahon ..... ..... I ay Armstrong
Bill Gagen ...... ....... B ob Yates
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Publicity Manager. . .
Costume Manager. . .
l wers convincingly
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Bettina me scenes with stagehands Eli H
Tom Scott, and lack Anderson Us emmidez'
OF "SPRING GREEN"
. . . . . . . . . .Sally Anderson
Student Directors ........ Lenora Bachman and Doris Plumb
Business Manager. . .
Assistants .,........... Vincent Coffman and Russell Davis
Property Managers ....... Io Ann Oppitz and Beverly Klugg
AFF OF "CLARENCE"
Publicity Manager. . . . ........ Ioella Brown
Student Director. . .
Business Manager ....
Sales Manager ....
. . .... Margaret Tillotson
. . . . . . .Carolyn Keith
. . . . .lim Powell
. . .Marcia Cole
. . . .Don Morrison
. . . .Bob Kimmel
. . . .Bob Hinrichs
STAFF OF UMISLEADING LADY"
Tom McCue and Frances Marie Manning
Costume Manager . ......................... Ioella Brown
Student Directors. . .
.. . .Genevieve Nazarian and Ioan Siler
Business Manager ...................... Virjean Bingham
Sales Manager ............................. Fred Woods
Property Managers.Marjorie Vogel and Dorothy McConnell
Dramatic Coach of all Plays ....... Miss Gertrude Wheeler
Stage Manager for all 'Plays ..... ..... . .... I . H. Hoehner
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H57-21-91-hikelu And D. L.'Erwin's men go out
to win again. Despite lack of experience and injuries
enough to keep a small hospital in business, i'Heavy"
and his assistant,,Ad Miller, guided a team which
won two-thirds of its schedule and outscored its
opponents 148 to 102.
Topeka High's 1944 Trojans came out on top of
Salina, St. Joe Christian Brothers, St. Joe Central,
Leavenworth, Mfyandotte, and Gttawa. They lost
to Wichita North, Lawrence, and Wichita East.
Although the team was not rankedamong the
state's top ten at the season's end, some recognition
came when Waylnond Alumbaugh gained a berth
on the third All-State team.
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, , , 38 Christian Brothers.
. . 7 Wichita North. . . .
, , , 46 St. Ioe Central. . . .
. . . 0 Wichita East. . . . .
, , , 12 Leavenworth. . . . .
, 7 Wyandotte .......
ALUMBAUGH, WAYMOND CAMPBELL. DEAN DECKEH, DON
center cmd Hdlilwfk
DROVETTA. CHARLES DUBAND. DON GAY' KEYTH
Quqnerbuck Quarterback Guard
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Wilson, McCracken and Williams
Intramural teams battle it
out at Chandler Field
This isithe l944 HBH squad. Next year
the boys will be cogs in the varsity football
machine. Coached by Chet Davenport, the
junior gridders captured three contests in
their current football season. Capitol Cath-
olic was the first to fall before the Trojan-
ites, 19 to 0.
Wasliburn Rural was the next opponent
on the list for the "B" squadders, who fell
before the Troy machine 20 to 13. Twelve
to 8 was the score against Rossville in the
After completing a successful season, the
future gridiron greats squared off in inter-
squad games. Coach Davenport taught
the juniors the ways of the "A" squad and
groomed them for future action on the
TARLTON. THOMAS WEAVER, BILL HUGHES. BOB
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McCRACKEN. DON 1 CHOCKETT. HARRY
AB, Makes Ready
Vnfgmxcx Dodge. Phyllis McCord, Mcxry Kcxy Paige
Remember how 21 week before Lhe game
everyone had his own iclea about whoin
the football tezlin would choose for Home-
coming Queen? Then beLween halves ol'
the Lawrence-Topeka game. Bob Grab-
hain escorted Phyllis Meilorcl Lo the center
of the field. There, attended by Mary
Kay Paige and Virginia Dodge, with their
escorts. Cheerleaders Charles Greene and
Lowell Curry. Phyllis reeeivecl her corsage
from sixfyear-old Marcia Miller.
escort, Bob G p es Queen ph 1,
Presentation labhcm' back to th yihsl and her
o the corsgge- e sidelines une!
l Homecoming Grclces Game
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IA, Places Second
Mfinning I3 games out of a I7-game schedule and reach-
ing the' finals in the state tournament, Topeka Highs
l944-45 basketball team finished a most successful season.
Not since 1932 had Topeka High come so close to the state
Building around Maurice Martin, two-year varsity letter-
man, and a "B" team which had Won all but three games
the previous year, Coach "Chet" Davenport Worked out his
first year at Topeka High. Thoroughly trounced by Salina
at the start of the season, the Trojan five retaliated by
squeezing out a 47-42 win over the Maroons to end the
regular schedule. 'Fate ruled, howeverg and Topeka High
lost to Salina 45-43 in the last five seconds of the state finals
in Emporia, March 23.
TOPEKA 45 ATCHISON 22
TOPEKA 39 LAWRENCE 41
TOPEKA 32 COFFEYVILLE Z5
TOPEKA 30 WYANDOTTE 27
TOPEKA 31 COLUMBUS 33
TOPEKA 46 EI. DORADO 30
TOPEK1-l 43 SALINA 45
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Highlighting a successful season by handing
the Newton 'B' squad its first defeat in two
years, the Junior Trojans made the best record
of the past several years. Coach Ad Miller, in
his first year at Topeka High, pushed the 'B'
team to victory in 13 of the 14 games played.
The one loss was suffered in the first tilt with
Newton on Newton's court.
TOPEKA 33 HIGHLAND PARK 'A' 23
TOPEKA 24 SALINA 13
TOPEKA 35 WARD 16
TOPEKA 20 LAWRENCE 18
TOPEKA 13 NEWTON 23
TOPEKA 40 WYANDOTTE 24
TOPEKA 27 OTTAWA 14
TOPEKA 30 WARD 18
TOPEKA 30 NEWTON 24
TOPEKA'30 LAWRENCE 27
TOPEKA 33 ROSSVILLE 'A' 24
TOPEKA 29 WYANDOTTE 28
TOPEKA 44 OTTAWA 35
TOPEKA 45 SALINA 34
Captained by Blackwell and Douglas,
the Ramblers stormed their way into the
state tournament at Kansas City, Mo.
Their season was packed with difficulties.
Douglas graduated in January, and Merle
Ross, their first coach, was called to the
Army. Wendell Johnson coached for the
rest of the season. Players were Barker.
Blackwell, Burton, Douglas, Hardy, Hodi-
son, Redmon, Ridley, A. Shinn, Shinn.
The Hanllilers we-re one of the 1945 Slllll'lUXK'UI"S casuf
alties in the matter of photography. After tries on var-
ious on-easions, the staff lacked courage to ask thr-
long:-suffering: team to assenihle another time.
Rambler cheerleaders Crawford, Smith, Douglas,
and Dixon, spur their team to victory
SP Vie for Student Time
Cliniaxingits season at an eight-team state
meet at Wichita the second week in May, C. A,
Hays' baseball team slugged. its way through
another successful season. In its first four games
it lost only to Wyaiiclfitte. Withcitlt any out-
standing stars the whole team played consist-
ently good ball.
liuiuy wa-ullu-i' ut. tlu- wrong: moments pri-1'entv1l tha- Sun
Hower from gettim: a picture of the l943 hast-hall tvam
The picture would have invludr-1l 15 lroys: Allllllliiillgfill, Bliss
Dim-hl, Dodson, llays, Kinyon, Mei'ounell, Mcllonuhl, Mei
Henry, Ransom, Rr-augh, S'elu'oer, Schulte, Shultz, and Steves.
GIRLS' INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS l75l
Hotze, Bullock, Barr, Holcombe. Absent: Sudlow.
BOYS' INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS
McCarthy. McCormick, Hughes, Franzke. Ab-
sent: Schuler, Richmond.
Under the supervision of Coach D.
L. Erwin, an intramural basketball
league was formed in January. Ten
captains were named by i'Heavy" to
choose their players. The teams
proved exceptionally well-matched,
and for the first time since intramural
basketball teams were formed in To-
peka High School, the competition
was keen and interest high. Bob
Schuler's team, although a loserin
the playoff, emerged league champion.
With l2 returning lettermen out
for track, Coach D. L. Erwin's season
g egan promisingly with victories over
g Lawrence a
g nd Atchison and a tie with
. Shawnee Mission.
The letterman nucleus included Al
Apitz, pole vault, Dale Mallon, pole
vau t and javeling Art Shinn, 220 and
440 dashes, Jack Shinn, high jump,
Frank Lee, high jump, Dick Pringle,
220 and 4405 Don Grant, 440, Dean
Williams, 440 and 880, Ray Steves,
mile, Bryce Jones mile' Tom Celvi
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hurdles, Bob Chalmers, low hurdles
and broad jump.
Among the other men who have
brought up Topeka's quota of points
are Jack Lambert and Marlin Dav'
dashes and high hurdles, Paul Cook,
discus, Don Decker, mile, and Bill
Above: Alley-oop Apitz.
Below: Shinn, Pringle set the pace.
Row 1: Chalmers, Davis, Brooks Cook
, , Apitz, Brown, Gleichenhaus, Lambert, Decker, Iones, Shinn.
Row 2: Bunten, Schovee, Pringle, Emerson, Wilson, Benson, Schnacke, Smith, Williams. Gelvin, Lee.
Row 3: Skoog, Stratton, Percival, Ulsh, Davis, Barrett, Smith, Hodison, Pearson. Hangel.
Row 4: .D. L. Erwin Ccoachb, Adams, Keeling, Metzger, Edmonds, Durand, Brosius, Durall, Stenzel.
Soucy, Ad Miller tcoachl.
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Back row: Flemmgf
With five returning lettermen, the outlook was bright
for a 1945 tennis team that might meet the standards set
by its predecessors. The standards to be met were tough.
but W. Barnett has more state championships under
his belt than any other coach in Kansas with both his '43
and '44 teams undefeated. Judging from the manner in
which the netsters polished off their first opponent.
Wyandotte, and continued to make rapid improvement.
little doubt remained but what once again Topeka High
would make a strong bid for the state title.
The first six players in order of their positions were:
Dick Mechem, Frank Allen, Bob Grabham, Tom McCue.
Charles McCarthy, and Glen Archer. Archer, a Sopho-
more, will be the only returning letterman next year.
baseball' D L Erwin' oo
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From len to Eg enporl. basketball and football:
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Front row: Copeland, Holt, E. L. Fink.
Back row: Knight, Allison, Hall, Estes.
Minus a coach and with only one re-
turning letterman. prospects for a golf
team looked gloomy indeed. about
March l5. At that point E. I.. Fink
came to the rescue. Coach Fink worked
out a schedule with Emporia, Wichita
Fast, and Rosedale. The state tournaa
ment at Salina completed the season.
Dick Hall and Bob Knight were kept
busy battling each other for numbei
one position, While Keith Holt and Bob
Estes held down the three and four spots.
Other prospective players were Don Al-
lison and Malcolm Copeland.
Home was never like this!
When tomorrow brings its New World,
the A'Girls in Green" expect to be ready.
Under the direction of Mrs. Gladys Ban-
gerter, Mrs. Veronne Crawford. and Mrs.
Helen Miller, they have been preparing
for an active, even strenuous life.
From the first 'LOne-two-three-fouru to
the last blessed A'Classes halt!", the girls
have done exercises scientifically designed
to condition muscles. ,Intramural games
stimulated interest in basketball, volley
ball, soft ball and other sports. In the Fall.
the bright targets of archery could be seen
on the athletic field. -
Girl Show Prowess
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Maybe you don'l think this is hcxd work!
Gleeiul teachers rest,
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Topeka High Celebrates 75111 Birthday
Topeka High Schoo1's Home in 1871
Topeka High Schoo1's Home since 1931
Graduating Class of 1882
If it Were a Wedding anniversary that Topeka High
School celebrated this spring. the occasion would have
been the diamond anniversary-for Topeka High this
year was 75 years old. Beginning with a groupxof five
neW1y-graduated grade school pupi1s, a high school
class was organized in April, 1870, although the official
opening was held in Lincoln School more than a year
later, in September, 1871. The first c1ass to finish was
graduated in 1877. The high school occupied a build-
ing to itself for the first time in 1894 at Eighth and
Harrison, and its present home was opened in Septem-
ber, 1931. Congratulations to Topeka High School
on completing three-quarters of a century of com-
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S eck Their Minds
Preparing to meet tomorrow's world with keen, analytical minds andevigorous
delivery, members of the Debating Club spent their year in after-school study, in-
'school arguing, and countless meets. Coached by Miss Ruth Stout, the debaters en-
tered tournaments at Pittsburg, Shawnee Mission, Wyaiidotte, Wichita North, and
Salina, in addition to qualifying for many invitational meets.
A highly successful season was climaxed when the debaters defeated Wyandotte
and Shawnee Mission to win the District Championship.
The teams was financed by the Snack Shop and profits from several Varsities.
As one of its many activities, the library, under Miss Esther Peer's supervision.
offered the Debate squad every type of book. Special attention was given also .to
collections of books, available to students doing exceptional work in English. Miss
' ' ' Stonebraker and Miss Harriet Tomson.
Peers was assisted by Miss Bernice
Assist with Clqss Officers
Each class has its election, its party, and its special section of assembly seats.
What's more, each is assisted in its organization by a committee of teachers, whose
hairman is the official class sponsor.
their course under the direction of Miss
This year the new Sophomores began .
s have looked to Mrs. Esther Kingman. Last
Rida Duckwall. Juniors for, two year.
Fall Miss Mabel Fry assumed the leadership of the Senior class, taking the p ace 0
Miss Edna Austin, who had been the sponsor for two years but this year was excused
' ' nsors meet with class, officers as advisors.
use of outside duties. The spo
Biologists study Nc1ture's
Carolina is the
Pupils gather as Mr. Hoehner instructs
Lu Verne removes kinks from cz motor
Switch holds no mystery
Posture doesn't bothex Roger!
Believe it or not . . . Latin
Gadgets bultle photographers.
not radio students
l83J Plan for Future
In the shop
A radio mechanic hard at work
So well equipped and staffed that the Gov-
ernment is using its facilities for returning
service men, the Trade School at 620 Harrison
gives vocational training to many Topeka
High School students. Headed by P. W.
Chamness, the school offers courses in such
fields as radio-mechanics, electricity, welding,
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Concentration marks student faces
WOODWIND QUARTET-Gloria Lundblade. Lee Wagy, Marsha
Baker, Norman Smith, Marilyn Lindberg.
"It is my pleasure to present an instru-
mental group from the music' department
of Topeka High School." This introduction
preceded many Civic meetings at which the
Flute Quartet, the VVoodWind Quartet
Strin Ensemble or Trumpet Trio have
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played this year. These groups have done
much to heighten the reputation of Topeka
Highs music department throughout the
FLUTE QUARTET-Marsha Baker, Phyllis Searle, Ruth Balka.
Pat Lamar. Accompanist, Marilyn Lindberg. '
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STRING ENSEMBLE-Phyllis Searle, Paula Parks. Carl Bilger.
Roberta Knoll, Virginia Yardley. Iackie Kirk, Marian Seaman,
Betty Barkis, Doris Walters, Bob Pettijohn, Don Morse.
Here Comes the f
'AI Love a Parade!" And so does the Trojan band.
ln their familiar gold and black uniforms, members par-
ticipated in many local parades and bond rallies this
year. By playing for civ-ic affairs, the band and its di-
rectors, C. McKee and Robert Rue, became aswell
known to the rest of Topeka as they are at the high
And school spirit-the band isj full of it! A big pep
rally-the band is ready..'A' half-time demonstration for
one of the gamesftihej band, of'-course! -
"Say It with Music." The orchestra does just that.
Whenever it is needed, for intermissions of school plays,
for assemblies, for Open House-the Topeka High or-
chestra can be depended on.
Its busy schedule this year included playing for "The
Gondoliersf' assisting in civic meetings, and finally wind-
ing up a successful season with an evening concert.
As a part of the Spring assembly and evening concert,
Donna Holm played Grieg's Piano Concerto with the
orchestra. A'Say It with Musicu? Of course!
In rainbow pastel iormals. girls of the Senior Glee pleased the eye
as well as the ear of a student assembly
From left to right: Greenwood, Kirk, Drake, Whitney, Dyer. Strong
A charming, familiar sight, the Girls' Senior
Glee has sung its way through another year.
Directed by Don Gleckler, they have enter-
tained various civic clubs. In an assembly and
in a Spring musicale the girls presented a well-
balanced program that included modern and
They participated in the Trinity Musicale
and assisted Arnold Lynch, organist and pianist.
in his recital. Although they did not enter the
Music Festival at Lawrence as a glee club, 36
members attended in ensembles and as soloists.
Soloists included JoAnn Dyer, Janice Drake,
Marcia Greenwood, Jacqueline Kirk, Barbara
Strong, and Joan Whitney. The accompanist
was Donna Lou Holm.
Row 1: Holm, Greenwood, Wray, Golden, Creel, Miller, Christman, Drake, Bennett, Sieben, Pantier, French, Brouse, Whitney.
Row 2: Knowlton, Martin, Rieber, Hutchison, Clark, Bradshaw, Whitney, Rippey, Commons, Brown, Fitzgerald, Abbott, Hill, Steele
Row 3: Chubb, Hodges, Martin, Moifat, Kauffman, Hillhouse, Dyer. Meggino, Kirk, Strong, Zimmer, McConnell, Baker, Butler.
BOYS' SENIOR GLEE
Row 1: Kurl, Bryant, Anderson, Schlichter, Moore, Mosher, Reaugh, Hopkins, Longstaii.
Row Z: Director Robert Rue, Brown, Hardy, Hudson, Allison, Williams, Sisco, Caniield, Hickey, Wright.
Accompanist Phyllis Duncan.
Row 3: Kramer, Stubbings, Parnell, Ponte, Fopeano, Dorrell, Youngdoil, McCracken.
Members who left for the Armed Forces just before picture was taken: Williams, Cathey, Dodge, Morse, Wardell,
Groups Entertain Many
Forced to sing 21 little louder als. one by one, ineinbers left to join
the Armed Forces. the Boys' Glee gave ri full year of generous service
to Topeka High and the whole city. They sang in high school assem-
blies and zu all six unior Highs. Their season included virtually every
civic club in Topeka. They even managed to sing at four conventions
before conventions were banned.
Under the direction of Robert Rue and ziccoinpanied by Phyllis Dun-
can, the boys' repertoire included works ranging from l4th century
composers to spirtuals and Fred Wlaring.
Boys' Glee gave an assembly program on moming that Don Morse lextreme leitl reported for Navy service.
Ioumcilism students pcxuse utter ci 'potluck' supper!
EDITORIAL STAFF - DICK' BARNETT, Editor - DOROTHY VINCENT, Assistant Editor - MARGARET
TILLOTSON, Lithographing Manager - KATHLEEN CONNOLLY, LILYAN SYDENHAM, Departmental Editors
MARIAN SEAMAN, STEWART RANKIN, BOB YATES, Photography - 'GEORGANNE ROBB, DIRLETON ZIMMER,
ROGER FRANZKE, BOB RHODES, Art - STAN EMERSON, ROGER FRANZKE, Sports, 3 ROSALIE READY,
Assistant Departmental Editor - BERNIE WANNER, TED SCHOWENGERDT, CLARENCE GIDEONQ DONALD
BAHR, Layouts. BUSINESS STAFF - EVELYN AKERS, Business Manager - MARCIA COLE, Secretary - DORIS
GRANGER, ANN COWGER, SALLY ANDERSON, LEAH TKATCH, Ad Solicitors - BOB RHODES, Layout Editor
BOB HUGHES, Circulation Manager - RONALD EDDY, Auditor.
EDITORIAL STAFF -TOM GELVIN, Editor - NOEL FLEMING, Assistant Editor - MILA WILLIAMS, News
JACK HILL, Editorials - STAN EMERSON, Sports - ROGER FRANZKE, JACK GLEICHENHAUS, BOB
HUGHES, Sports Assistants - PORTIA ANDERSON, 'Girls in Green' - MADELYN FLEEK, JOYCE WHITLOW,
'Periseope' - BOB BEECROFT, VIRGINIA DODGE, Features - DOROTHY VINCENT, 'Around the YVorld'
PATTY DITCH, Exchanges - MONNA LEE HUTCHISON, Junior Red Cross - MARY KIEHL, War Service
JOELLA BROWVN, Literary - EULIS CATHEY, 'Sepia Sketchesf BUSINESSS STAFF.- KENNETH LAKE, Business
Manager - JOAN WHITNEY, NORMAN SMITH, CYNTHIA WAHLE, EVELYN HILLHOUSE, Assistant Managers
CAROLYN KEITH, 'Down the Avenue' - MARCIA COLE, Secretary - CARL DAVIS, Circulation - RONALD
EDDY, Auditor. 2
EDITORIAL STAFF - NOEL FLEMING, Editor - DON LIBERT, Assistant Editor - CARL DAVIS, News
JACK HILL, Editorials - ROGER FRANZKE, Sports - JACK GLEICHENHAUS, BOB HUGHES, Sports Assistants
ABETTYJO FREDERICK, 'Girls in Green' - MARY KIEHL, CAROLYN KEITH, 'Periscope' '- PORTIA ANDERSON,
JOELLA BROWN, Features f MARCIA COLE, 'Around the VVorld' - BOB RHODES, Staff Artist - MARGARET
TILLOTSON, Junior Red Cross - IRIS LOGAN, War Service - DOROTHY CRAVVFORD, Sepia Sketches.
BUSINESS STAFF -JOAN WHITNEY, Business Manager e NORMAN SMITH, JUDITH MCCOY, Assistant Mun-
agers - BOB BEECROFT, 'Down the' Avenue' - MARCIA COLE, Secretary - PATTY DITCH, Circulation
RONALD EDDY, Auditor. I
MISS RUTH E.. HUNT, General Advisor - MISS LAURA HANLEY, Art Advisor - C. A. HAYS, Printing Advisor.
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Tom Galvin' Educ'
With Poindexter in tears over his failure
to get the teachers he wanted, the l944 Fall
Worlcl began publication. Not much later
the election took top billing. Then came
a never-ending flow of 'news-the changed
Proctor system, the junior play, 'iSenior
Sneak dayf, football games, the All-School
party, and Christmas vacation.
Trojans returned from their vacation,
weak from merriment. Boys nearing 18
years began to feel Uncle Sam's whiskers
on their necks. Girls noticed a rising short-
age of males and with these thoughts in
mind the semester ended.
It has been a pleasure to write for your
Tom "TG" Gelvin
Foll Completes News-full Semester
First Row: Vincent, Brown, Fleek, Keith, Kiehl, Hill, Williams
Second Row: Beecroft. Ditch. Gleichenhcxus, Gelvin Cedilorl, Hughes, Dcxvis, Emerson
New absentee regulations opened an ac-
tion-packed Spring term. College day with
all its excitement came next, followed by
bond sales and the first rumblings of the
'fWagon VVheel." Then the Board of Educa-
tion re-elected Acting Principal Weaver and
the administrative heads of the Topeka sys-
tem to give the struggling YVorld one real
news chance. -
A victorious finale to the basketball sea-
son was "top story" as the team began its
climb to finals in the stateg f'Clarence,"
Honor "TH points, a fine Junior-Senior
Prom, and the school's seventy-fifth anniver-
sary took top billing in their respective weeks.
The Senior play, f'Misleading Lady," music
concerts, class day, and commencement ended
things for that semester and the l945 Spring
S . , eming
Pnng Wm-1d Ed
Spring Features New Absentee Rules
From left to right: Keith, Cole, Brown, Smith, Dcxvis. Kiehl, Frcmzke,
Tillotson, Hughes, Fleming Ceditorl, Rhodes, Gleichenhcxus, Libert
Business stuff: Rhodes, Hughes, Akers, Tkcrtch,
Anderson, Granger, Cowger, Cole
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Continues Without Editor
YVell. youigot your Sunflower. You
probably weren't worriedg you knew
you'd get it. You knew-but the staff
didn't! For Trouble was erched on
every paper-cutter. It was lurking be-
hind ever door. It smiled at the a Jer
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shortage. It chuckled at the film and'
Hash bulb shortage. It laughed out loud
when Dick Barnett left for the Mer-
Trouble was ever present, but it got
a good beating. Evelyn Akers and her
competent team of ad-chasers worked a
whole flock of miracles in the advertis-
ing section. Dorothy Vincent filled
Diek's seven-league boots with her own
small feet and covered the remaining
territory with equal swiftness.
You got your Sunflower all right, and
Trouble is nursing its wounds.
Editorial stoii: Connolly, Kiehl, Vincent, Franzke. Barnett
Rhodes, Tillotson, Sydenham
Handling the sale of bonds and stamps,
pinch-hitting on the Ration Board, and fur-
nishing a memorial case for the names ol
Topeka High School boys in overseas service,
the Victory Corps Council was one of the
most active organizations of the school.
Sponsored -in the Fall semester by Miss
Carmie VVolfe, the Council was headed by
Don Taylor. Jeanne Rea was elected coin-
rnander-in-chief by the student body.
At Illld-ICTIH, Miss Milicent Hosnier be-
came sponsor. Kenneth Dinklage was general
and Helen Johnson had charge of Filling
orders. Auditing was done by inernbers of
H. D. ShotWell's classes.
VICTORY CORPS COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND STAFF
Seated: Hull, Rea, Bervert. Standing: Vincent, Miller.
Active Sells Bonds
VICTORY CORPS COUNCIL
How lr Morse, Martin, Crosby
Iohnson, Dinklcxge, Mowry.
Row 2: Serge, Taylor, Grab
Row 3: Hcxmmcxrlund, Young
Powell, Hull, Vincent, Rea
Miller, Bervert, Stringer
Besse, Anderson. Miller.
Iust keeping truck
oi the change
RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES
Seated: Hoover, Stolpe, Woodward. Row l: Snyder, Butler, Emrick, Marston,
Hesse, Pepper, Gordon, Dubach, Boyd. Row 2: Pringle, Dinklage, Stanley,
Erwin, McKnauqht, Besse, Duran. Rhodes, Wolfe, Miss Grandon. '
There's the Junior Red Cross Coun-
cil. It s members, under the sponsorship
of Miss Ruth Grandon, worked hard
this year, and through their efforts to-
morrow's New Worlcl was brought a
second nearer. Cookies and gift bags
were Sellt to Wiiiter General Hospital,
as well as subscriptions to ten magazines.
Three subscriptions were given also to
the Topeka Army Air Field. Ten con-
valescent tables were made by l.oren
Nuzman's woodworking classes and sent
to VVinter Hospital. More than 3,300
pounds of paper were collected the tirst
semester. and 2.025 pounds in the First
Spring drive. This paper was school
waste that otherwise would have been
Junior Spurs War Effort
JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCXL
Row l: Kimmell, Smith, Williams, Kirkpatrick, Deitz, Davis.
Row 2: Hamilton, Hutchison, Paige, Tillotson, Minich,,Saville, VVhitney, Newman.
Row 3: Miss Merle Fowler, Searle, Lindberg, Delis, Shyne, Woods, Stringer, Lund-
blade, Lamar. Pollom, Klugg, Miss Ruth Grandon.
Shout for Foocl
Oh, stop your grilling! You're not kidding anyoneg you've
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had swell cafeteria lunches, in spite of ration restrictions and
help shortage which provoked inany an uneasy inoinent for
Miss Eunice Youngquist, cafeteria director. Besides providing
HEAD HOSTS AND HOSTESSES
Seated: Steenson, Christmcm, Martin Paige
Standing: Pringle, Mcrllon, Schovee Lake
An other-school snuck
an adequate diet for students, the cafeteria also was able for
the first time to give free lunches to visiting service nien.
Hosts and Hostessesthis year sat one at a table instead oi
two. Headed by E. L. Fink in the Fall and by Mrs. Esther
Kingman in the Spring. the faculty connnittee included Miss
Bernice Boyles, Miss Merle Fowler, Miss Mary Hopkins. Miss
Rosella Kerr, Mrs. Kingman and Mr. Fink.
For the lunch lines
"As Peggy of the Flint Hills Sees It" at Ir. Press meeting V
QUILL AND SCROLL
Bowl: Whitney, Cole. Vin-
cent, Sydenham, Brown.
Row 2: Akers, Kiehl, Keith.
Row 3: Libert, Gelvin, Flem-
ing, Bctmett, Davis.
"Ladies of the press" made up this
year's Junior Press Club with the ex:
ception of Kenny Dinklage. president.
Twice the club edited feature pages
of the VVorld, published a leaflet.
"Stage Fright." a d V e r t i s i n g the
Masque and Wig play. and heard sev-
eral guest speakers. Mary Snyder was
vice-presidentg Kathleen Connolly,
In a year when the importance of
news was manifested time and time
again. l8 students were initiated into
Quill and Scroll. lnternational Honor-
ary Society of High School Journalists.
Competent oflicers were elected. and it
is in their hands that next yearls YVorld
and Sunflower rest. Noel Fleming is
presidentg .lack Hill. vice-presidentg
Don Libert. secretary: Joan YVhitney.
IUNIOR PRESS 1
Seated: Scott, McCc1ig, Lawson, McCue, Vincent, Webb.
Standing: Dinklcxge, Snyder, Connolly, Ellis, Cowger, Willis,
Metzenthin, Zchourek, Walker.
Chairman oi Colored Advisory
Superintendent of Election
PHYLLIS WI-IEATLEY GIRL RESERVES
From left to right: Newman. Abbott. Fitzgerald. Dixon.
Stovall. Smith, Gatewood.
COLORED ADVISORY COUNCIL
Seated: Gardenhire, Cathy. Abbott, Fitzgerald.
Standing: Hodison. Powell.
The Colored Advisory Council
plans' social affairs for colored
students. Dorothy Fitzgerald and
James Harmon shared the chair-
manship left vacant by F.ulis
Cathey at midterm. Dorothy
Crawford replaced John Powell.
Miss Bernice Fuller as sponsor
guided the planning of the All-
School Party, the youth center
A'Downbeat,H and other events.
On the Phyllis Wheatley list of
activities was a party for new stu-
dents, cheering the Ramblers, en-
tertaining Marian Anderson.
The cabinet was composed of
Dorothy Fitzgerald, president,
Wilberta Gatewood, Mary New-
man, and Cecelia Smith, vice-
presidentsg Phyllis Brandon, sec-
retary-treasurerg Betty Stovall,
p r o g r a m chairman, Georgia
Dixon, social chairman.
For 22 Senior girls. a pink call slip helcl
no terror. They were the members of thc
Senior Girls' Council. and to them at call
slip was just Miss Annabel Pringle's way
ol' announcing a meeting.
Chosen by the faculty lor personality.
scholarship, and character. the girls were
organixecl for service. They worked closely
with Miss Pringle on the Sophomore in-
cluction assembly ancl tea. Sophomore or-
ientation, Career Night for girls, and the
College Day tea.
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Row l: Scott, French, Bodkin, Bachman, Klugg, Granger,
Scrinopskie, Tillotson, Vogel, Plumb, Merriam.
Row 2: Siler, Brown, Cole, Anderson, Kauffman, Thomp-
son, Knowlton, Martin, Yardley. I
Row 3: Keith, Hernandez, Dinklage, Anderson, Powell
Libert, Dorrell, Williamson.
Row 4: Scott, Turner, Beecroit, Ward, Schuler. Davis.
By bringing "Clarence" to 'l'o-
peka Highs stage. the Masque and
Wlig club earned your grateful ap-
plause. The club is composed ol'
everyone who has participated in
the production ol' a school play. and
from its ranks are chosen the
Row 1: Golden, Rice, Creel, Saville, Cole, Eddy.
Row 2: Steenson, Barkis, Euwer, Dodge, Drake, Miss Pringle Csponsorl
Row 3: Tillotson, Bingham, Paige, Dietz, Holm, Kirk, Searle.
Absent: Hamilton, Hillhouse, Kirkpatrick, Strong, Wray.
-Ierry Yewell. presidenti luclson
Greer. vice-presiclentg anal Marjorie
K irkpatrick. secretary- treasurer,
guiclecl the 'llhespian Society
through a busy year, Sponsoretl by
Miss Certrutle Wfheeler. the society
helcl informal meetings where they
Row 1: Kauffman, Scrinopskie, Bachman. Nail, Fleek,
Brown, Siler, Bodkin, Knowlton.
Row 2: Dinklage, Williams, Plumb, Keith, Lilly, Cole.
Bingham, Wray. ,
Row 3: Dorrell, Powell, Anderson, Scott, Taylor, Lake,
Row 4: Hernandez, Libert, Turner, Gelvin, Righter.
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H ' O h "l"ClUB
When the eamera Went off by mistake,
surprised members of the "T" club were
caught with their dignity down. The
club is composed of Varsity letter Winners
from Topeka High's various athletic
groups. Dale "Swede" johnson was pres-
ident, and D. L. Erwin, sponsor.
Cheerleader Ienny Nczzaricm
heads for "the Wild
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Wcirkiiig so smoothly that you prob-
ably weren't aware of their existence.
the Game .Cadets have been behind the
scenes oi every home athletic event.
Under the sponsorship of Carl P. Snyder
and S. H. Stark, they sold and collected
tickets and passed out the printed pro-
grams. Fall otiicers were: general man-
ager. Bill Hulsoppleg assistant manager,
Phillip Fisherg sales manager. Bob Mc-
Caigg auditor joan Miller. Spring oth-
cers were: general manager, Kenneth
Dinlclageg sales manager. Evelyn Hill-
houseg and auditor, Nancy Smith.
First Row: Golden, Euwer, Tkatch, Merriman, Scrinopski, Far-
mer, Willard, Erwin. Second Row: Williams, Drake, Hoist.
Strong, Kirkpatrick, Minich. Bolhuis. Dodge, Paige. Third Row:
Kastrup, Flenniken. Perry, Deitz.
First Row: Sydenham, Emrick, Tillotson, Sage, Dinklcqe, Mills, Whitney.
Second Bow: Miller, Hulsopple, Yardley. Robb, Hyde, Smith, Besse, S. H.
"Ummmfchocolatel'' Yes. chocolate
'n' hot dogs 'n' colces 'n' everythingl
'Thanks to the Concession Stand llfork-
ers. you were able to satisfy that hall-
tinie hunger. The sponsor was G. C.
llieniets. the captains were Pat Deit7
and Arlene lluwer. and the manager was
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continue that service is solicited
by Ha11's who in return propose
to furnish materials of the best
quality, satisfactorily priced.
MODERN OFFICE EQUIPMENT
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The Gateway to the Future
A liberal education and specific training as a means
of gaining a livelihood are combined at Washburn
to furnish its graduates with the broad understand-
ing and specific skills necessary for success and lead-
ership in the modern World.
Summer session announcements and the University
catalog will be supplied upon request
Paul E. Belknap, M.D.
Frank C. Boggs, M.D.
L. A. Curry, M.D.
Harry I. Davis, M.D.
Roy H. Heil, D.D.S.
G. M. Hill, D.D.S.
Harry W. Colmery
National Bank of Topeka Bldg.
Crane 6. Martin
New England Bldg.
Arthur F. Davis
Doran, Kline, Cosgrove, Ieffrey 6. Russell
National Bank of Topeka Bldg.
Ernest H. Decker, M.D.
Wilson K. Hobart, M.D.
O. A. McDonald, M.D.
National Reserve Bldg.
R. E. Pfuetze, M.D.
National Reserve Bldg.
C. N. Mertz, D.D.S.
E. E. Ramsey, D.D.S.
M. G. Sloo, M.D.
Leo A. Smith, M.D.
Iames G. Stewart, M.D.
Ray Woodworth, D.D.S
National Reserve Bldg.
Barton E. Griffith
National Bank of Topeka Bldg.
Lillard, Eidson, Lewis 61 Porter
New England Bldg.
Stone, McClure, Webb, Iohnson 6. Oman
National Bank of Topeka Bldg.
Wheeler, Brewster, Hunt 6. Goodell
Zercher's WILLIAM GREEN SLSQN
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for School Needs
See our 53,50 KANSAS AVE 5621
just Good Fountain Pens E bl h d 1868 Printers
Things 110 Eat 706 Kansas Avenue Binders
828 N. KANSAS AVE.
C L A R K ' S
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435 Kansas Avenue
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FURNITURE, DRAPERIES, RUGS
Convenient Credit Terms
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71 Home Owned Store'
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Fresh Meats R to fill your every
and insurance need
Phone 7305 2004 W. 10th
. One Stop
SAVE TIME. GAS, AND MONEY BY
SHOPPING AT OUR CATALOG SALES
DEPARTMENT. MORE THAN 100.000
ITEMS IN OUR BIG CATALOG. SATIS-
FACTION GUARAN'I'EED. S10 AND UP
ON EASY TERMS.
Shop with Sears
S25 Coupon Book
S5 Down, S5 Monthxblvt . . . .
FOR THE PURCHASE OF' ITEMS
NOT TO EXCEED S10 EACH
The Martin Tractor Co.
70O Ecrst Eighth
C.G.Blakely Sz. Co.
201 Columbian Bldg.
This Institution has served
the savers cmd home owners
oi this community lor 60 years-
Shawnee Federal Savings
and Loan Association
804 Kansas Avenue Phone 8597
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LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP
ENDURING QUALITY AND INDIVIDUALITY
PHONE 3-1889 610 KANSAS AVE.
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In June the scholastic training period comes abruptly to
an end for thousands . . . but their education will be an
endless process. The printed word trained them to think,
and it will influence them for the remainder of their lives.
H. M. IVES 8 SUNS
415 KANSAS AVENUE - TELEPHUNE 2-1521
Full Speed Ahead!
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, 501 Kansas Avenue
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INSTALLMENT OR SINGLE PAYMENT
Use your car, your furniture, or
co-sxqners for secunty
LOANS FOB ALL PURPOSES
Clothing and Jewelry for
the Entire Family
USE OUR CONVENIENT
MORRIS PLAN CO.
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700 Kansas Avenue Phone 8539 0 LQTAWQY Plgn
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CATERING TO "DINERS-OUT" WHO
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Armstrong jewelry Co. ............ .
Attorneys QProfessional Directoryj. ..
Berkson's . . ..................... . .
Blakely, C. G., and Co., Insurance ....
Blender's Barbecue ............. .
Brier Insurance Service .............
Capitol Federal Savings 8: Loan Assn..
Central National Bank .....' ........
Christopher Studio ........ 1 ........
City Hand Laundry and Dry Cleaners. .
C1ark's Secretarial School ...........
Coats Grocery Co. ........... . . . .
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. ..... u , . .
Coe Seed Co. .............,.... .
Crane and Co., Inc., Stationers... .
Crosby Bros. Co. ............... .
Davis-Wellcome Mortgage Co.. . . . .
Dentists QProfessiona1 Directoryj .....
Dodds School of Business. .. ...... 1.
Endlich, Harry, Clothing. . . .
Falley's Food Markets ........ .
'Flad and Marsh, Druggists .... .
Fritton Grocery Co. ....... .
Gas Service Co. ...... Q . . . .
Gerye, W. A. Co., Inc.. . . . . .
Gibbs Clothing Co. ....... . . .
Grayce Ready-to-Wear ...... . . .
Green and Son Grocery Co.. . . . . .
Guaranty State Bank ....... . . .
Hall Stationery Co.. . . . . .
Hill Studio ........ , . . . . .
Holt Sc Son Tire Co. .... . . .
Hotel Jayhawk ...... . . .
Hotel Kansan ....... I ..... . . .
Hussey Insurance Agency ..... . . .
Ives, H. M. and Sons, Printers .... . . .
Jayhawk Bowl. . . .A ........... . . .
'jordan Baking Co. ...... . . .
Kansas Power EQ Light Co.. . . . . .
Karlan Furniture Co. .....
Kaw Motors Co.. .......,... . . ,
Knoll Battery Sc Electric Co.. . . . . .
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Lord's Flowers ............ . . .
Lowman Memorial' Church .... . . .
Lynde S.: Falley Grocery ....
Mace jewelry Co. ..,........ .
Marling, Ed., Electric Store .....
Martin Lumber Co. .......... . . .
Martin Tractor Co. ...... .
Maynard's Fine Foods ...... . . .
Meade Co., Inc., Insurance .... . . .
Meadow Gold Dairy ....... . . .
Merchants National Bank ........ . . .
Moore Stationery Co. ............, .
Morrell, John K Co., Packing Plant. .
Morris Plan Co. .................... .
Mosby-Mack Motor Co.. . . .
National Bank of Topeka. . . . . .
Neiswanger Investment Co.. ..
Nightinga1e's Inc., Clothing. . .
Oflice Supply lb Equipment Co.. . . . . .
Page, Thos., Mill Co. ......... . . .
Palace Clothing Co.. . .
Patch Beauty Shop ..... . . .
Pelletier's Dept. Store .......,.,. .. .
Pennant Cafeteria ...................
Physicians QProfessional Directoryj .....
Rembrandt Studio .............. . . .
Royal College Shops .... . ..
Schuler's Grocery ..... . . .
Sears Roebuck EQ Co. ....... . . . .
Seymour Packing Co. ................ .
Shawnee Federal Savings gd Loan Assn.. .
Silk, Albert, Coal Co. ............. .
State Savings Bank ..... .. 1 ............
Steves, F. M. Rc Sons, Printers .......
Strickler's Topeka Business College.
Topeka High School Cafeteria. . .P .
Topeka State Bank .............
1Vall-Dilfenderfer Mortuary .... L.
NVashburn Municipal University. .
NVierenga, Chas. ..,............ .
Mfingersonls Pastry Shop .... . . '
Wolf's jewelers ..............
Zercher Book Sc Stationery Co.. . . .
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