Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS)

 - Class of 1954

Page 1 of 184

 

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1954 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1954 volume:

A ff' - JZVQZVEA "df, 1 .Q-,,fA Q.,f. ..l""T' f . x. ' A Tafdfffflal lcA,,,,,,,.,,, 5 ' ,. I A' f ffwfl' ,ff M f D... , . Qgl M if ff QW f - 1 SDM bbw ,gw.BHdfJQ2fjVp' ffick ffKf D g .X A Qiggy ,Qzhfigaw ,M M,f,7m WMM Ksiiw ALJ? !Q77Q f' P 1 W' dfffffgawfwaiu-MJJUM 2MMw-M4-J-AJ J 5 ,rp W Ji"'Z'fff'13ffJf'AjjM ' ypjmfzgg ?'Mi'fj7izJ+0,1.4,,Qee l 5295 WW ZMLWWX if26".Zf'M,,. 1 , n fm-QSM-x ' gag Ska H3 7Y.QjQfigX,f4 Q Q? xx xiii 521,01 ! i?fQ A gi 5 yOM,wyf A? Of , kg :iffy 53' JM MA QKKEUWNQUN X wgjygwbwwm Wff YK 'SP I 1 lm N, .- ..,.m, KJSJKA, , ,. ,1- ,m Q., 4 , lg dhtml- lg... Tait Qu? z 4 .. Q, ., . ,,,.,..,, PIKA HIGH SC HUB HUHY FUR ER X . A4 nah Y' , x kilw' HJQAV , Mk we W Ms: ., f . 6 V , ' :QM My Q, H ' wg .vb A yr 2' hx what z.ski,i,:Q6, riff 1 1r'?Th,f'5"f' ' ' ,'A ' o 1 ' x '55, ,,1. ,T Hnk' ' Q fi-QVIS' 2f' . . w fl G. Ehff-e'fff5'nx' V Q ' V' Ekfsfgsgdai. .,, 1 ,J 5'f'+!s ,v4'i.A" 4' J .4 lfff. 7-9 Q Jf.1, 'lfQix 'ffhf ' sb fu. ha.. 155239 ,. K, .Vx I ijwflg V11-, 8 -iff? K lvl, -A: J .fygf fi? 3 A :JI fix! WW' wif' -Jw xr aavxw 9 xx f V J 1, Xw r d nk 434 aiu 1 a 1 , f M r' 3 1 I' 1 X' I , .1 7 v 5 sgzizzca, f Q , I I ,ii . 4Zc,.ef ' seilff p92Qe,f ,,W . , .. :Zi ffzfl 5-ggi 5, few W7 4e74L,ff QM, yff 54,6 My . FOREWORD ADMINISTRATION Advisors Board of Education Superintendent's Staff Faculty STUDENTS Seniors Juniors Sophomores U Gfevwbfef, 'Mff-M1222 oo,,:I.I,,,: I , K 4 at 5 IABIIUI BUNIINIS 2 ACTIVITIES 7 Social Life 8 Student Government 9 Organizations I0 Music I 'l SPORTS I7 Football 'I9 Basketball 48 Minor Sports 60 Cheering Section ADVERTISING 5 fbeef' 73 74 84 88 104 121 122 'I28 132 139 T41 ,ag ' Wham --.ma tg ...,. 3 -W. --.Q ' 39 ,ff I I I V,,, ff fyfnx uawww- A - I I I I I I ffhff 1gfMQT73Tif'4 fi .iff I7 1 .K ' I 5 ,Va I K x"'W I 2 fl ':'kk ' 'C 'A . ' :I I- ,,wMf7' ,:, f I I - ' f I f'ff"f' I I L'L' ' 'L,'L jk ' - 11,A ' f ,iw 'tgb 1,' Y ff' I ' . I I l I I , f ,-'I 'I du, 'A A :vi - , I V, MW' . ' ,f f' -f If ,ff f a If , ,f - K wif' M . ,flu vxj ,Uk 'Q WIIH IHIIII H IIS IHII IVIIIIII IHI IHIHIII III IIIHIH Zi ' ' I IHIII I II'I,HI 3 I . -fmswg F v1 AIIVISUIIS Much like members of a football team, each doing his own share but ioining with the others in helping to score the goal, is the administration. Working together in harmony, their obiective is to co-ordinate academic and social activities in T.H.S. in order to maintain an efficient, well-run high school. At the same time, they help mold better character and personality in tomorrow's citizens. BUARII UF n rnucmlum "Y2i?.:19SgL,F1x i . ' ki?'iff5f?E1?2i 1. k 5,4 M. J. WHITSON Assf. fo Superintendent Ill HIE SIIPHHNHNIIINT T. A. KERR Business Manager WENDELL GODWIN Superinfendenf of Schools MRS. LAVON ARMENDARIZ 10 MISS ELIZABETH DONALDSON Secretary Treasurer l ACUllY Behind our seemingly thousands of hours of study is the never tiring faculty of Troy. Their responsibilities consist of not only class work but also extra duties and extra curricular activities. These sometimes mean more work and worry than daily instruc- tion. Not until the school years' end do we realize the trials and tribulations endured by the teachers in fulfilling their purpose. We feel the loyalty and hard work of the faculty of THS deserves all the gratitude and appreciation that can be given them. A' a 4 , , gl fa., 1 B af XG E e- , T Qi! Rig +f , ,Ji as: W , .QPF flOSSlE CHAMNESS English JAMES COLTON Driver Education JACK DEAN HAROLD DILLEY Social Studies Social Studies Psychology CELIA Social Studies Typing Business Office Practice MARVIN BAYLESS MARGARET BEERS :EV at fsrc e Pm f 5 T55-iii", , ..f1..fM' f 'aw - if'-Q 'V 'iff al .- 4 , 1. ,sy - L Tx ,g Qm. ff ' BERNICE DOYLES ROBERT BRIGGS LOUIS CAGl.E Mathematics Physical Education Office Machines s 1 . - '. vnl . fl Cupfyn b jf 4.-rf., fu JEANNE COOPER NAOMI COWGERX C. A. DAVENPORT Physical Education librarian Mathematics T ii ,ww il Q, . A ll. F. ElllTll0RPE D. l. ERWIN ERMA ERWlN Chemistry Mechanical Drawing Study Hall Blusprinting 11 X 5 T 7. i -gun, Q il? lissi fi 44 ,, , f, . if is 'lv Q x 32 gy , --...... As 5 , w x, if 1 is 1? nf fax ' it f fa' , rf .5 4 ,y,,QA,-,--X , - ,lb -, 1 l ' QXUJH affv 'H+ W' MJ, fulgllltktqcus E. L. PINK ssnmcs num vlvlAN rms ELBERT rw I ibrarian Typing Social Living English Music ' X Bookkeeping Clothing Mxf ff' .i i - S , . ,L ,L A . ,f,, g :,:,,yL PA' ,H on xii Yii'iii J' 3 Fw n i i +A T J is iiiiii .,.'- S """' ' iiii 4. Xi ., kV.,kk V: W " Ni ' ' 1 V: MABEL FRY CLYDE GILBERT RUTH GRANDON DOROTHY GREER ROBERT HALLMAN English Printing English Study Hall Music ,. Q if VERNON HAYES IUNE HENDERSON JAMES M. Hlll. Visual Education Mathematics Social Studies Study Hall Debate TOM HINDE MARY HOPKINS FRANCES HUTCHISON English English Biology Botany 12 31 FACIIHY 'f.Q'a1 w-' 0 A Q .O 4 oi' Ro --1 4, QLQTQ-+nJe 41' -, v Q , r ,,, I 1,3 il . . 'If ug JILXJB 14' gee J. W. JONES JOHN KELLY ww -Q1 in INR-' X Tas' X. PATRICIA KEY ESTHER KINGMAN LLOYD KISTLER Physics Sfenogroplly Physical Education Maihemaiics Social Sfudies Transcripfion NAZEL LINGO , English Foods if f e gxikw CQ fi? . ,qv 9 1 4 lgfl , -XII ax L . ui 'Z as jf . fy ,Q if I 6611 Qffrt' I 0 C 1, 9 N 1. C Ill ill 1 Ill Ill 'll nl M UI 5- E-' 7 F0005 'X llIl951I EVELYN MCCAIJLEY MURIEL MCCORMICK Sfenography Typing English Trunscripfion Social Studies C. J. McKEE JOSEPH MONTES CLARENCE MULLENIX Music Spanish Girls' Chemisfry Biology CARL NALL GEORGE NEADERHISER JOHN NEFF Retail Selling Music Biology 'I 3 HARRY NELSON I.0REN NUZMAN JERRY 0'SUI.lIIlAN Arr Woodworking French Spanish J RUTH PHILLIPS ROBENA PRINGIE QUENTIN PROSSER Biology Social Studies Sfagecraff Physiology Machine Shop Mechanical Drawing Ky . M' .519211.511-mic.-fifi' A ma DORA REMIEY G. C. RIENIETS .IEAN ROBERTSON I WILLIAM SCIINEBEL HOWARD SHANNON English Biology Librarian Social Studies Physical Educafion .lournalism 1- ' M. M CHARLES SIIOYER CARI. SNYDER BEIIIAII SUMMERS HELEN SIIIIIERIN AMY SWENSON Eledricify Mofhemaiics Cloihing lniin Social Sfudies Radio ' 14 f3,,,L, LJ..J..,.,, Q, Swowvv-nl FERN TAYLOR LEO THOMAS KATHERINE TUCKER. Nurse Office Pradice Home Nursing' rf Typing N has LL. 'N EUNICE YOUNGQUIST GRACE VAN TRIES JAMES WALKER ANNETTE WEBB ANNETTE WEISSBECK Cafderia pgredor English Driver Educafion English Clofhing Aufo Mechanics 10' Y 'W E I I GERTRUDE WHEELER MRS. FAYEBEN WOLFE BETTY ARMBRUSTER LILLIAN ASH EDNA LAUVER Speech Training Art Craffs Guidance Secretary Cafeteria Secretary Secrefary fo Diredor English of Adulf Educafion Play Procludion WANDA LISTER ERNA SIBBERSON ANITA STINER MARILYN WISBEY NAOMI WOODBURN Swifchboarcl Operafor Affendance Secretary Regisirar Bookkeeper Sec. fo Principal Clerk 15 I ISIII CES K- .W...: 5, A pep assembly is led by ihree unusual cheerleaders-Jirn Fisk, Minfer Brown, and Jim Lowson. .UYJ r if , Stuclenfs swarm foward a chariered bus on their way fo a Troian faofball game. An experiment in hearing is conducred by Jerry Donnelly, Barbara Johnston, Clarence McKay, Carolyn Meyer, and Wayne Neeley, members of Harald Dilley's psychology class. Q 0 Q mn, ., IN IHHH HANDS lll THE YEARS Ill CUME TOM McCOY President PEGGY WEBB Secreta ry-Treasurer SHIRLEY ANDRISH Social Chairman if e 5 i s . f if s s ii . ' I5 iL """ r I " 5 ' ' I7 W' K Vkh' f ,, n I 1 , 1. KK,L it 1 Q --gl ,V 5 'f"i4r 1 D. 5:1 TOM MOORE PAUL DIXON MINTER BROWN 'N DICK OXANDALE Vice-President Representative Representative ' ' Representative Sl IIIII IZIASS Our senior year-our last year of high school-the whirlwind of caps and gown measurements-a successful senior play-the Junior-Senior Prom- the formal parties-the hub-bub of college applications. All of these re- membrances are held in the Sunflower, a faithful recorder of our high school memories. We seniors, soon to be graduates, have been filled with eagerness, relief and regret as we were swept forward to May-to our own graduation, and after that to college, careers, and homes. So well remembered is the amazement of the size of the school building in our sophomore year. "Brigadoon", "Father of the Bride", "Arsenic and Old Lace" highlighted the entertainment field of 1952. The iunior year-that "lucky" feeling. Remembrances of "Double Door", "Green Grow the Lilacs", and "The Vagabond King" along with our learning of team sportsmanship were of interest to all of us throughout 1953. Our senior year-our senior class-ever to be remembered. Honored by the Junior-Senior Prom, idolized by the lower classmen, granted privileges of every sort, helped connect the bewilderment of high school graduation with relief of studies. Now, rather reluctantly we must bid farewell to all those wonderful things which we associate with T.H.S. Activities, too numerous to mention, will be dear to us in the many years ahead. On to the future, to take our place in the outside world, go us, the seniors of the Class of '54, I SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Minter Brown, Tom McCoy, Peggy Webb, Shirley Andrish, Dick Oxandale, and Tom Moore. ' tl - ' 7 As Sophomores, we came fo T.H S 5, 9- I ,. , ,ff I - v 'I ' - - I I ' f f 1 f f I ,uk 0 9 i , 4 f I 12 lf fl! A I f a I, ! lv S I .lf ld ' L' ' I I ' I .7 f of I I HN! f if r, X' JA I I' A I ' f ' ,1 R' L ,1 . I , if t, ,If ' 4 ' A I , if . 1 I ff KENNETH ADAMS JULIA ANN AITIIY ILILIAN T. ALONZU V I I ,'f I 4 A rw I Stagecraft Voc. Business Club Sec. Intramural Sports ! " ' I "I Advanced Woodwork Co-op Retail Selling Vocational Printing Hostess Baseball ffl ' I BILL ANDERSON FRANCES E. ANDERSON Golf Business Maior Band Pep Club Movie Proctor Q,,,4,weae2f9 L , I 'IQ' l l Ili as seg 'KF F , X ELIAS ARIIAIZA CUNNIE ARREGUIN ARNETT ATKINSON Football Business Major Football Wrestling Music "T" Club exam SHIRLEY ANDRISH VICTORIA ANGUIANO Madrigalg Stenographic Major Thespians Honor T WALTER ATKINSON ERMIL IIALKUES Intramurals Art Science Radio Foreign Languages A A V4,,z,. J jf" H .LQ is . V - . IIERSCIIEL M. BACKUES AUDREY BACON AUDREY BAER BEVERLY JANE BAIIR KARLENE BAILEY Football Business Education Club Pep Club Pep Club Y-Teens Art Pep Club Hostess Y-Teens Pep Club General Business Co-op Machines HISIOFY We suffered through the A my ,- -55,- 1. -iw .. L mil: 'iw Fi gf iw li T 2 3 I KI' J PHIL BAKER DOROTHY BANNERMAN LENEER l. BARBER Proctor Captain Pep Club Boys' Senior Glee Choir Science Operettas Senior Boys' Council Nurses Chemistry Intramural Sports MARY CHRISTINA BARNES WILLIAM R. BARTI.EY EMERY MACK BAUMANN Art Band Photography Business Minor Glee Club Electricity Auto Mechanics F at '5 I . L .1 -I H 'F 3' T 454 i" i, ' L. 'Qi " gjg """ :gggjgf'QgE, my arg ' -tin - 'Y --:'f2J2vf:'1i ii i? ' 1 -5 ' ,m g -, i 'H LEE R. BEATY GENE BEBERMEYER DARLENE BEEMAN Co-Cap, Football, T953 Movie Proctor Madrigals "T" Club Mechanical Drawing Senior Girls' Council Auto Mechanics Honor Pep KAY BERG MARGARET BEVEl.l DEllA BLACKWOUU Hostess Pep Club Bible Club Honor Pep Co-op Machines Latin Club Senior Girls' Council Pep Club l..a. ,. ,. M, . induction ceremony :fl I' , If DALE BARHAM PAT BARKES Homeroom Representative Y-Teens lHighlandI Choir Pep Club lHighlond2 Thespians FHA fHighlandj Wifi ' ,, Twig f I as Q' it 1 1 if-an s h 'Ig JEAN ANN BEAI. MARVIN BEAN Honor Pep Baseball Senior Leader Madriguls Representative Co uncil "T" Club CICELY BENNETT Honor Pep Clu Senior Leader b Varsity Cadets X QS i 43" We frolicked of fhe Sophomore Party R A .0 ,sf A ,. l W my 1 Of, E ' OTIS IRA BLOCHER REX RLOOM 10 ANN BOIES DON BULEY "T" Club Cheerleader , Baseball lnframural Sporis Represenlaiive Council Baskefball Wresfling Hosiess Mafhemafics Q5 DON E. BRACKEN MYRTLE LEE BRADBERRY LAWRENCE L. BRADY SHIRLEY E. RRASWELL Mofhemafics Baskefball Traclc Clofhing Movie Procfor Business A Cross-Country Track Hostess Trade School Physical Educaiion "T" Club Business Minor JANICE BOOHER Honor Pep Girls' Senior Glee Y-Teens LARRY BREUNINGER Golf Represenfafive Council "T" Club gm.. RONALD R, BRISCOE JIM BRISTOW HENRY JOE BROMICH Lafin Club Mechanical Drawing Senior Boys' Council All. K Cl b H I eY4rf U Wregaing so A Q ffl MARILYN BROOKS Honor Pep Troy .lanes FHA MARJORIE BROOKS Represenfofive Council Prodor Girls' Senior Glee JAYNE MAY BRONSON Honor Pep Sec. Sen. Girls' Council Thespians CAROL A. BROWN Pep Club Prodor Rep. Council Alf. LQ ,oxL,Z,4uQ.LoN HX 8 1 n 6 'f , , "1 4 'We enjoyed assemblies and activities VJ ,. f, .ff , V fe. A vii k I 1 4 'f. wr ,-A 5 L 'C ' 7 fs 1 , , , .H Q :H - 7 , '. M V ' A Ns. L Jflluf 71' M V l CAROL LEE BROWN MINTER BROWN PEGGY JUNE BROWN Honor Pep Senior Represenlalive Honor Pep Represenlalive Council Key Club I-71 ess lx X- I, 4 Business Sec.-Treas. of Band I Z . . f' Z, ,.. ,th K If I ' R! wwf ROGER BROWN SALLY BROWN ROBERT BRUCE DEAN BRYANT Foolball Honor Pep Track Track Thespians Girls' Stale Office Band Madrigals World News Editor lnlramural Sports MARY LOU BUGG THELMA BUTTERFIELD DAVID HUDSON CALKINS ARLENE CAMPBELL A. LAWRENCE CARNAHAN Chorus Pep Club Naiional Thespians Troy Janes Band Prodor Class Plays fDodge Cifyl Co-op Home Economics Journalism Pep Club JOHN L. CASSON MARY CHARAY BETTY LOU CHRISTY IMA JEAN ELARDY JOHN CLELAND Football Lefierman Pep Club FHA Nurse's Procfor "T" Club V. Pres. Red Cross Hosless Levis and Laces Sunflower Girls' Siafe Senior Boys' Council Pres. Key Club Clolhing Pep Club Rad Cross Council Q 4. V ' . ri?-. zll 1 ll We made friends with teachers and students if .egg f Xb Q: 1 ' V, 7 . ..L A , 6' E 55" f if ' CW'-H EK 5, ,ff 5 R JJ r 57" L' 'mimi M I - , , :W ,X V' ' 4 SHIRLEY CLINKENBEARD BOB COBLER CARDLYN LEE COCHRAN NI, I Honor Pep Intramural Football Senior Girls' Council SIL! ' l HOSNSS Intramural Basketball Usher Club Senior Girls' Council FHA I I " , ' iilr I SHIRLEY MAE COLLINS KENNETH W. COMFORT RONALD L. COTTLE CAROLYN M. COVERT Band Key Club Art Band Orchestra Library Proctor Science Orchestra Choir Mathematics Moior Track Hostess 'Ein ,,, I! SUSAN COVINGTON BARBARA COX NANCY JANE CUX CAROL CROSBY CONNIE CURNUTT Choir Cafeteria Worker Senior Girls' Council A-Team Cheerleader Senior Glee Glee Club Clothing Choir Thespians Proctor History Minor Hostess Red Cross Council Varsity Program Captain in.:- CAROL 'BAILEY HELEN ANN DANNEBERG JOHN D. DAVENPORT IOSEPHINE DAVIS PAT DAVIS Choir Senior Leader Voc. Photography Business Hostess Rep. Council Senior Girls' Council Alt. Proctor Pep Club Senior Leader Proctor Troy lanes Varsity Cadet Clothing 'DQAMNAMSCCIQ V- ,. Some of us stood our in sports JANET A. DAVISON JOHN M. DEALY Choir Band Y-Teens Dance Orchesfru FHA Procfor A0 my , 1 ii. I' MARY KATHLEEN DENNIS DANA DICKERSDN Bond Honor Pep Club Procfor Usher Club Co-op Office Pradice BENNY RAY DDMINGUEZ Foolball Track JACK L. DDDSDN Vocafionul Radio Foolball DARRELL LEE DRAKE JOYCE DRYDEN 'N Varsity Code! Captain O' Prodor Bond ' .R 3 - ' DORIS J. DECKER KELLY DEEIEK ABE DEITZ Co-op Machines Band Welding Voc. Co-op Business Club Movie Procfor Prodor Wreslling E' RAY DICKINSON MARY E. DILLE PAUL DIXSON Mqfhemgfhicg Honor Pep Club Senior Represenfafive lnffqmurqlg Hosiess V.-Pres. Sr. Boys' Council Represenfufive Council Library Proclor Sec.-Treas. "T" Club Z J ' mf 4 I lii N., L.-nl"" Lly. I J MZZMW JERRY DONNELLY DORIS DOTSON Foofball Nurse's Prodor Traclc Concession Slancl Hosf Pep Club ' I lieie i . X 1 ff 1 slssi I if 'rff5:?fi :.i' sf., A iii BROWNE D. DUBOIS Voc, Phofogruplzy Science Mafhemofics Qs. OIG Qlgw JIM DUFF Arf C rolls Some were there loyal boosters .FIVE , - ,lerr 1 'reo ' m'l'z I i ' ' .- , QR IIEMIGIA DUTRO DAVE EIIERIIAIII' Senior Glee Co-op Relail Selling Game Cadet Voc. Parf-lime Bus. Club LENORE CAROL ERXLEBEN Procfor Represenlafive Council Choir ff ROGER EVANS SHIRLEY RAE EVANS Wichila Norih Transfer Voc. Par?-time Bus. Club Co-op Refail Selling Class Pres. Ref. Selling DARRELL FEAKER JANICE FERNSTROM Senior Boys' Council All. Senior Girls' Council Swimming , Usher Club Baseball Madriguls Vx RICHARD EIEGER Bancl Ar? Social Studies PAUL V. ELDIEN Key Club Home Room Rep. Malllemalics I JACK W. FARNIIAM Orcheslra JOHN J. EERNSTROM Boys' Senior Glee DON ERWIN Foolball Baslcelbafll Trarlr PEGGY JEAN FARRAR Represenlalive Council Pep Club Languag BS JAYNE EERIIIN Senior Girls' Council Key Club Honor Pep Senior Boys' Council All. Troy lanes S iii I Q-3 is WILLIAM D. FINGER Voc. Aufo Mechanics tsuwxmbfaw JERRY FINK Baskelball "T" Club I I I I I I I , 'Q Some proved able in the field of music 3 f x '74 BILL FISHER SHIRLEY FISHER JAMES L. FISII Journalism Co-op Office Machines Vice-Pres, "T" Club Aulo Mechanics Swimming Senior Boys' Council VELMA FLEMING EDDIE FOREE FRANKLIN FOSTER L. DARLENE FOUNTAIN Sunflower Staff Foofball Band Pep Club Proclor Track Orchesfra Office Pradice Music Business Troy Janos QQ SE-GLEE' i BARBARA FRAOER MARY FAYE FRAZIER HELEN FREDERICK RUWAL FREESE NANCY FRENCH Red Cross Council Honor Pep Pep Club Senior Boys' Council Thespiains Honor Pep Senior Girls' Council Senior Leader Sunflower Boys' Sfafe Honor Senior Leader Troy lanes fx Troy Janes Levis and Laces Junior Social LJJLQQ: "3 F BARBARA ANN FRETZ T. IAN FRY JOHN GALL CAROLINA GARCIA DAN GARRISON Nurse's Chemislry Band Prodor Languages Senior Boys' Council Senior Girls' Glen Key Club Band Pep Club Key Club Nurse's Procfor Mufhemalics Your Show Home Economics q3uwJv-AQ? X J N! 'Klux X Am X AIIII 7 ,I .' ., Y . .gf . fig Que M ms'rw..y Tw Y X9 Fx x N1 x . RS IX? A AXE K GARY GETTLER W ARTHUR GIBSON JR ELLEN GIER JAMES GILCHRIST TERESA GILL RICHARD GILLESPIE RICHARD ALLEN GINGRICH BEVERLY GOODWIN PAT GORDON Hosfess Key Club Voc Aufo Mechanics Pep Club Sr Girls Council Alf Pep Club Busmess Choir A Nurse's Csemisg 'C' 515555 V nu. in I I ED GRAHAM LARRY GRAHAM BEVERLY GRANTIER MONTE L GRAVENSTEIN CNERYL GREEN Foofball Co-Caplain Mechamccl Drawmg Senior Leader World Sporis Staff Pep Club Baseball Key Club Semor Girls Councnl Key Club Co op Office Machines "T" Club Procfor Honor Pep Sunflower Staff Troy Janes NORMAN D. GROVE ARNOID I. GRUNDEMAN Key Club Rep. Council Atlarney Hi-Y World' Staff Concession Sfand Senior Boys' Council 'M RUTH HAAS KYLE A. HADDEN Choir Voc. Parf-fime Bus. Club USI1er Club Co-op Refail Selling Pep Club EVELYN HAMPTON Pep Club Girls' Chorus Modern Dance RICHARD HANNAY Key Club Maihemafics Prccfor MARIAN HARRISON Orchestra Siring Ensemble Exchange Ediior World .IACQUE LEE HARTMAN Honor Pep Club Represenfafive Council Arf Some worked in exfracurriculars 11' BETTY I. GUERRERO Game Cade! Pep Club I ni 'V' Q DELBERT E. GUTHRIE Voc, Aufo Mechanics RAYMOND SHERWOOD HAINES RICHARD CALVERT HAINES Band Thealer Orchesfra Represenfoiive Council ,ww 4' wav 'Qt PAIILA HARRIS Pep Club Co op Business Club Co op Machines l0IS HASTINGS Procfor Game Cade! ' Pep Club Band Thealer Orchesfra Orch esfra Officer s,I":' I f""'li x Bill HARRISON Mafhemafics Science . f wff...,. - xg ' KENNETH L. HAAS Baseball lnframural Sporfs Swimming I 1, 'f-- , f -If -fn 1:-1 ff Iis- ffl I JOHN HAINI.INE Golf Key Club Pllolography eb S Q Others found their schoolwork quite enough -ur' 'tif' C0lI.EEN HAYES RODNEY HAYES GARY HEATH MARQUITA HENRY KAY 10 HETTINGER Senior Girls' Glee Stage Proctor "T" Club Vac, Port-time Bus. Club Choir Homeroom Representative Masque and Wig Golf Co-op Retail Selling Hostess Hostess Advanced Cralts Pres. Sr. Boys' Council GRACE HIEBERT Feature Editor World Varsity Cadet Captain Honor T ff Y ff MARGARET ANNE Hill LEONARD D. HIRSCHBERG SHIRLEY HOCKENSMITH MELYIN l.. HODGES Sunflower Photographer Orchestra Honor Pep VOC- WBlCliI1g Art Senior Boys' Glee Choir Wrestling World Ad Solicitor Senior Girls' Glee TWILA DAWN HODGSON DON HOELSCHER HAZEI. l.0UlSE HOHBERG GRACE HOLBERG Music Proctor Accom. Boys' Sr. Glee Co-op Office Machines Honor T .lunior Girls' Glee Bible Club Y ,rw JOHN D. HULTWICK LIZABETH HOPKINS JESSIE MARIE HUUDEK Red Cross Council Honor Pep Senior Leader Sophomore Representative Thespioins Troy .lanes Key Club Representative Council Band J , We smiled af various assemblies fm' A ,L E, , I f6:J'W -s 0 5 A f 4 4 'L y' X . . v A 2 A Asses-ssmj J 1? 'FN JAMES HOWARD NANCY HOWARD ROY HOWARD Voc. Radio Senior Girls' Council Key Club Thespians Procfor Drum Maiorefie Baskefball JOHN D. HUBBARD DON HUGHES BILL HUTTANUS l.OlS A. HYl.E Sunflower Plmfoqrapher Mechanical Drawing Masque and Wig Pep Club Band Track Hosf Parf-fime Business Club Quill and Scroll Organisf Relail Selling :I I K ilii in i,AE: ,J .ffg EI uusi l irlil J ciil niigsr C c NANCY JACKSON SANDRA JACKSON SANDRA JAHN MARILYN ANN JAMESON JOAN JENNINGS Honor Pep Pep Club Theafer Orchesfra Pep Club Representative Council Senior Girls' Glee Business String Ensemble Band Prodor Sr. Girls' Council AH, Science Hostess Pep' Club Vw., - 5 ANN JOHNSON ELDON D. JOHNSON JOHNNY W. JOHNSON YVONNE JOHNSON BARBARA JOHNSTON Senior Girls' Council Mechanical Drawing Football Y-Teens Senior Girls' Council Band Baskefball Pep Club Pep Club Hosfess Track Troy .lanes Game C adef and listened to ,wi- . rr K A , FRED I.. JONES Senior Boys' Council Key Club Business 1 ro Y 9- l .yn f SQ Brigadoon 5 C Y M, llll - and Vagabond King ,ft A in NW' lEROY JONES Intramural Track Cafeteria Worker 5 U ROXIE JONES Honor Pep Varsity Cadet Mechanical Drawing 0' gi - J' fig, .. .. TUM JOVAUS EAR0lE LOU IUSTUS KAY KARNES KAY KEELER Wstl' C- Rt'lSll' V.Prt-1' B.Clb Bd "TTClgg cop e m e mg OCS-oil: Rgllcil Sugllingu Secretzriiy FHA Usher Club Business Education Club X W N - 5 . FRANK KEl.I.EY lN.llAN KELLEY LEE KELLY SALLY lUNE KElI.Y CAROL KAY KENDALI. Band Home Economics Track Voc. Part-time Bus. Clufo 5Proctor instrumental Ensemble Business Choir Co-op Retuiwllingxj Uma Cadet Proctor Cafeteria Worker Senior Boys' Council 'N X l -is Hostess X2 .IERRY KENDAll CAROLYN KERNONAN RONAlD W. KIDD DANA W. KlllIN6ER CAROLYN KING Choir Proctor Wrestling Honor Pep Senior Glee Homeroom Rep. Alt. Intramural Sports Honor T Pep Club Speech Training Representative Council We debated during elections i' Q 9 i gg 019' ,f Q36 if I EE CHARLES WAYNE KING MALCOM KING PAT KINGTON Vice-Pres. Thespians Business Manager World Honor Pep Sr. Boys' Council All. Honor T Co-op Relail Selling Hosl " " ' Red Cross Council JERRY KNIGHT Foolball Wresfling All-fime Honor T I.YI.E A. KRAEMER Foolball Baseball Iasiiivgaxiiigz JIM LACY MARJORIE lAOIiURY Represenlolive Council Pep Club Key Club Game Cade? Band Senior leader l , I I I J K ,. Mi MAX KREITMAN Quill and Scroll Homeroom Represenfafive Proclor 4-N ay--9 rf rorero I loirl IIIII JIM LAIDLER Prodor Senior Boys' Council Represenfalive Council HARRY I.YlE LANDIS JAN I.ARSON MARCIA I.A'I'I'ER Madrigals Sec. Sludenf Council Pap Club Choir Soph. Social Chairman Prcclor Operefllas Hosfess An' C rolls DOROTHY MARIE KISNER JOAN KIOPFSTEIN Pep Club Senior Leader Co-op Refail Selling Choir WOLFDIETER KIJETINER PATRICIA LEE KIJIP Key Club Red Cross Council Nurses Chemistry Senior Boys' Council Pep Club MARCIA IAIRD Choir Business Proclor QS When we chose our leaders 34- --M ES J -ff,, f ' BILL LAWSON JIM LAWSON C DECONSLO LAWTON CLARANITA LAYES .IAN LEUENBERGER Woodworking Sluclenl Cou il unflawer Boys' Sfale Co-op Machines Cheerleader social sfudies Key Cl 'r saskefzmrl Pep Club "1" club Track 'WP' Voc. Aulo Mechanics Procfor Hosf DOLORES LINDHOLM Honor Pep Orchesfro Library Proclor ff JOHN C. LINDSAY Band Orcheslra S ie'i 9 'W 9 ' .M ninfeol I MINFORD L. LOVETT Key Club Proclor Foolball 9x I ig 1, 4 JACK L. LITWIN GEORGIA LEE LORTIE GERRY LOVELESS World Sfafl Slring Ensemble Wreslling Represenlalive Council Orchesfra Cross Counlry Debule Arl Crofls Key Club , ...,. ,, , ,, m,,2.,.,,g.s1 .,A -.,: Q 1 Q5 1 ' I rrli i'Qr5'fi' STEVEN LEE LUEBBE LYNDEN LUND Baskelbull Voc. Prinling "T" Club Masq ue and Wig Q 4, 'iblxize-A-'2-Sool 45,0 ,ai PHILIP LYNN Woodworking Prinling ERLA 10 MCCARTIIY Senior Girls' Gloe Pep Club Business , .LAI MTL Haj, I B 5 'ie rw , Q 'f'. , 'G f sfflgn X wir ,avg f I x . WILLIAM DUANE LUSE Vocalional Radio yy yy l r i me ke - PATRICIA ANN MCCLUGGAGE Presidenl Pep Club Senior Girls' Council Senior Leodor We whirled af fhe Junior-Senior Prom 'JL S n.-. Yam fr 'IOM MtCOY RAY MtCRACKEN TIMA SUE McCUNE Pres. of "T" Club Tennis Honor Pep Z- Senior Class Presidenf Choir Troy .lanes Faofball Band Library Procfor 5x VIRGINIA R. MCGREW CLARENCE W. McKAY .IANIS RAE McKEMEY DON MCKINLEY Science Arf Senior Girls' Glee Co-np Refqil Selling Business Bowling Ar? Baseball Pep Club Tennis Sunflower Carloonisf PHIL MCMULLEN KAY IAY MADDOCK MARILYN MADDUX ANN MAGNUSON BARBARA MAY MAN "A" Team Cheerleader Honor Pep Pep Club Pep Club Pep Club Orchesfro Hasless Co-op Office Machines Business Major Represenfalive Council Represenfafive Council Procfor Voc. Business Club Ari . CARL W. MAJOR DON MANLEY ELDON MANNING FRANK N. MARSHALL SYLVIA MARIA MARTINEZ Voc, Machine Shop Library Procfor Madrigals Sec.-Treas. Co-op Club Science Industrial Arls Senior Boys' Glee Choir Business Pep Club Pi-odor Choir Ar? Masq ue and Wig 244 We giggled af the Sadie Hawkins Dance 1? X FA VADA JEAN MAYFIELD MARIAN JEAN MERCHANT ANITA LOUISE MERWIN Honor Pep Pep Club Choir Y-Teens Y-Teens Troy Janes I ADELINE MOBERLY Business Education Club Concession Stand Varsity Cadet CAROLYN L. MEYER DOROTHY MILLER JIM MILLER Choir Maiorette Rep. Council Speaker Honor Pep Y-Teens Co-editor, World Froclor FHA Dist. Gov. Key Club DONNIS ARLENE MODEN MAX MOORE TOM MOORE Pep Club Basketball Manager Vice-Pres. Senior Class Business Club "T" Club Band Officer Key Club "T" Club .IANICE MITCHELL "A" Team Cheerleader Red Cross Council Homecoming Queen ' ' is 14. - UA, fm... . fs , . Mm PAUL MORAN Welding If I J if X 1- A f CLEON IOSEPI-I MORGAN II WALTER PENN MORTON EDWARD T. MOUNT WANDA MULLIN BETTY MYERS Mathematics Host Senior Girls' Glea Sec. Voc. Business Club Science Attendance Proctor 35 Choir Co-op Retail Selling , Proctor Basketball Pep Club Clothing yy., fw,,L.1: '-IIS: Y. 221631 lv i I C O l I I Xp ,W WY' fx Some of us spent time in activities JO ANN MYERS Pres. Voc. Bus. Club Home Nursing Home Economics STEVE MYERS WAYNE NEEEEY MARILYN NEN.l. ALICE NEWBOLT Swimming Homeroom Rep. Alf. Honor Pep Honor Pep Key Club Prodor Procfor Sr. Girls' Council Alf "T" Club Voc. Puri-lime Bus. Club Honor T 'F--Q gg? 5 M-Y Q x L, E5 l iiii li' E DON NEWMAN CHARLES ElVIN NIEMANN BERNICE NORMAN LOU ANN OBERNELMAN PEGGY ANN ODEN Wresiling Music Cafeferia Cashier Pres. Senior Girls' Council Social Studies Senior Boys' Council Orchesfro Clofhing Thespians English "T" Club Dromafics All-lime Honor T Choir if ',-.L ,gpg :" A 5 A if . C. f Y JOSE 0llVA ROBERT ORR MARY JO OWEN REX V. OWEN Voc. Pllofogrophy "T" Club Senior Girls' Glee Key Club lnframurol Track Manager Pep Club Movie Procfor Fooibull Key Club Prodor Represenfafive Council NANCY fAR0l OWSlEY Honor Pep Senior Leader Sr. Girls' Council Alf. DICK OXANDALE MARTHA PACKARD Senior Represenfafive Honor Pep Represeniafive Council All-School Poriy World Staff 3 6 so Others chose clubs and organizations DONNA MARIE PAGEL SAMMIE PAIGE WILLIAM DAVID PANTLE JACKIE PATE CLIFF PATTERSON Business Club Voc. Auio Mechanics Debafe Voc, Aufo Mechanics Fooiball Pep Club lnframural Sporis Senior Boys' Council Track Baslrelbail Hos'l' Hosf Track Mx .ff If K W f W 6 in lnuullll in ANDREA PAUL Honor Pep Clioir Procfor I f ff 1. . Q 3 S Qwg A ,, .- .,, V A Ill, .AYHEZZS . MARGARET PEACH RICHARD PELTON ERMA PERKINS MARILYN PERRIN sm, 3273 council pligiiif Yiffins iliiigiieifsefflffffi Pep Club Mechanical Drawing Home Economics Senior Girls' Council 'di vl I , DELORES PHILLIPS GARY K. PHILLIPS RACHEL PICKETT ELAINE PIERCE Pep Club Prodor Senior Girls' Council Honor Pep Prador Science Honor Pep Senior Girls' Glee Thespians Represenfaiive Council PEGGY POOL JON POORT FRED RALPH PORTA II Senior Girls' Council Swimming Sr. Boys' Council Ali. Troy lanes "T" Club Mafhemufics Band Procfor QM I 5 In f , G9 I I I I I E III MARY LOU PRABEL BERNYCE PREER Q I' Homeroom Rep. Hosless KX 'l' Your Show Pep Club f F ,Q 5 Hostess Foods S ' Q DEVERLEY ANN PRICE JACKY PULLIAM DELORES JEAN PUSCH Science Senior Girls' Council Pep Club Prodor Thespions Pep Club Concerf Mislress Orch. C O We had discussions at our lockers 334 1153 E Q v 1' 'im' Y ,I If ,Q SUE OUAIL I P Cl b .K Elzslel I WIN I Club L Glee LULA JANE QUATTLEBAUM MELLICENT SUE RAINES VICKY RAMIREZ Honor Pep Pep Club Senior Girls' Council Choir Junior Girls' Glee Red Cross Council Senior Girls' Glee Lalin Club I I I I I E JEAN CAROLYN REHFRO SHIRLEY MAY RHUDY GRADY RICE Pep Club Co-op Refail Selling Senior Leader Clolhing 38 BILL REED SUE REEDER Co-op Refail Selling Sec. Poinf Syslem Business Ed. Club Senior Girls' Council World Business Manager CLIFFORD D. RICHARDSON MARJORIE A. RICHARDSON Eledriciry Co-op Rsloil Selling Radio Music Social Sfudies Voc. Parl-time Bus, Club and long walks down the halls of Troy We 'v I I M4 fl 7 fx mph? W id if f Qj A 'ld V Q- ? M Y , M ' V R. WANHA mncwnv Jovcf RIDINGER Q v.off'Mn' s'Ld , ,ff Biz. 13,5 67.1, 6' Lf' ' Clothing Junior-Senior Prom WARREN RIEKENBERG Mafhemofics Science lndusfrial Arfs A Z I fi f 'W' Y as X if of CHARLES RILEY Baseball Woodworking MARTHA M. RUDERIEK PEGGY ROLEN Co-op Refail Selling Pep Club Program Chairman Y-Teens Foods ur' ....-0 WAYNE ROLLEY HM RORER MILTON ROSENBERGER RALPH D. RUTH REX R. RUUSH Foofboll Pres. of Band Photography Senior Leoder Red Cross Council Pri nfing Fooibcll Homeroom Rep. Vi,--Dru lnminr Finn Homeroom Rep. JERRY ROYER ARDETH ANNE RUST Voc. Machine Shop Arf Craff lnframural Sporls Protfvr Troy Jones fig: ARLENE RUST Troy Janes Pep Club Senior Leader Tennis JOYCE RUST ELOISE SANDERS Band Clolhing Orcheslro Chorus Y-Teens Pep Club , c ds Q, , V :I-,"f ' f ::f'f'fffi F2 I 11 , 5 'lfzfssizasqslzpz J L JN' Kiki 4 vii Rig We listened affenfively af College Day 2 ,, .. ,,,. sr.. 5 mga if M sw 'Qi wir' 'dy as - ,,,, ,,, ,yyi be ,I fs 'W 1 J' E s 'fm E I I -I lle I A . I 1 Is, eee,,. ,V C lll I ' f .I PHIL SANDERS TOM L. SANDFORII JERRY SAWYER I0 ANN SAYLOR ETIIEL MARGARET SCALES Key Club Woodworking Movie Proclor Voc. Parf-lime Bus. Club Foods Prodor lndusfrial Arfs Voc. Auto Mechanics Pep Club Chorus Hosf Hosf Relail Selling Home Nursing CLARENCE K. SCHAFFER CLIFFORD JONES SCIIAFFER HELEN CAROLINE SCI-ILODDER PAULINE PEARL SCIILODDER DARLENE SUE SCIIROER Band Band Clofhing Home Economics Relail Selling Club Orcheslra Orchestra Business Business Auio Mechanics Dance Band Cafeteria Worker English . ,sw--mxff f' DON R. SCIIWARTZ MARY LOUISE SEARS Voc. Aufo Mechanics Maioreife Senior Girls' Glee Procfor BETTY M. SHAW IOIIN SI-IIELDS Troy lanes Key CIUID Senior Leader Senior Boys' Council Co-op Senior Leader sp4lH5""' RALPH SEGER Thespians Madrigals sa 'D S54 40 JIM SEIIJEL Football Baseball "T" Club S and debated the fufure before us LARRY SHINN KATHARINE SHOWER FRANCIS SIEBUHR CLARENCE E. SIMPSGI RONALD C. SKILLENS Voc. Machine Shop Homeroom Rep. "T" Club Sporfs Boys' Sfafe Trade School Pep Club Baslcefball Key Club Senior Boys' Glee Homeroom Rep, Alf. Y-Teens Arf Craffs Baseball GWENDOLYN EAYE SLOOP ALLEN DALE SMITH GLEN SMITH JOHNNY SMITH LOUISE SMITH Troy Janes Fooiball English Vocafional Radio Pep Club Senior Girls' Glee Band Mafhemafics Play Cadet Co-op Office Pradice Track Industrial Arfs Troy Janes SALLY SMITH Pep Club FHA Home Economics ff Q Q NWA-J., 4 SHIRLEY SMITH Pep Club Play Cade! Business JERRY SNELL PATRICIA LUCILLE SNOOK Opereha Home Economics Madrigcls Represenfafive Council it F -- is in i. .UV 1 is MCR' JIM SNYDER Mafhemafics Voc. Prinfing 4 1 ELDON ERNEST SOUDEK LARRY SPURGEON Voc. Phofography Sunflower Phofogropher Advanced Painfing Class Pres. Ref. Selling Prodor K -fl 1 if Each class day broughf fears fo many eyes 5 na l 4 T l .,-4 5 I vt ' l N ':- -as BECKY ANNE STAFFORD Twll.l.A STANDERFER CLYDE STANLEY Fronl Page Ed. World Represenlaiive Council Seaman Transfer Debaie Hostess Orchesfra Pep Club JOEL STERRETT Eledion Commissioner Sfudenf Council Represeniafive Council ' BARBARA STOCKERT Represenfafive Council Band Pep Club CARLA SUE STEWART JAY STEWART BOB STINE Pep Club Social Sluclies Bond Junior Glee Key Club Voc. Machine Shop Senior Girls' Glee Q, ,- T . Ti' RAY STOCKWELL CAROLYN A. STONE DOROTHY STUENKEL FREDERICK EUGENE STURM Football Voc. Office Machines Honor Pep Wresfling Baseball Pep Club Troy .lanes "T" Club Ari Refail Selling ,L DEE ELTON SUDDARTH GEORGE SWANK ROBERT SWANK CAR0lE SWANSON NANCY SWANSTROM Band Pres. Sfuclenf Congress Voc. Prinfing Bible Club Honor Pep lnsfrumenfal Ensemble Vice-Pres. Soph. Class Pap Club 5eHl0r Girls' Council Junior Represenfaiive 42 Cdfelerld Cashier , ,,,1 X a IR, II I -ff.-,W W! --1 ""-' 'I '- X , E-e fi and each graduating class leffggn empfy spof 3 2 CHARLES SWARTZ WAYNE SWENSON GLENDA FAYE SWISHER Orcheslro Senior Boys' Council Honor Pep Mafhemafics Treasurer Key Club Prodor Science Mosque ond Wig Hostess I .f x in WANDA KAY SWISHER PATRICIA GLYNN TATUM MARY ANNE TAYLOR RHODA MELINDA TAYLOR Homeroom Rep. Co-op Senior Girls' Council Choir Sr. Girls' Council All. FHA Honor Pep Troy lanes Honor Pep Y-Teens Concession Siancl fx Pep Club f f LARRY TEW BETTY THOMPSON GRACE THOMPSON WINSTON G. TILZEY IOANNE R. TlNDEll Foofboll Clofhing Y-Teens Tennis Pres. Honor Pep Senior Boys' Council Pep Club "T" Club Senior Girls' Council Senior Leader D Senior Girls' Glee Mullremafics Pres. Troy .lanes RICHARD F. TIPTDN Voc. Machine Shop lnlramurul Baslcefboll lnframural Foolball QQALMLKI QJ2t,..lL,LeSL mx BARBARA TODD English Clofhing Physical Educafion FRED TRUE Tennis "T" Club Key Club DORRIS MAY TRUITT Pep Club FHA Cloflling HARRY TURNER Pres. Red Cross All-lime Honor T "T" Club 1 .,..m4uv' CHARLES E. TUTTLE Il Senior Boys' Council Track I - .wx DIXIE VIAR Thespians All-lime Honor T Honor Pep BEVERLY ANN WASIIBURN Red Cross Council Fooiball Cadel Hostess NADINE TWINING Home Decoration Senior Girls' Glee Choir MARILOU WALLACE Co-op Retail Selling Voc. Porf-lime Bus. Club Pep Club We selected our song, our colors, and our creed JESSE UNRUH Represeniaiive Council Cross-couniry Track Key Club ELARENCE WALSTROM Vocalional Welding GEORGIA VALLAS Bond Orchesiro Pep Club CARL WARD Baseball Prinfing Siagecraff JAMES inuzzvy wms JANET WAYLAN swENnoLYN wins Fooiball Buginggg Cfmhing Baslcelball Aff "T" Club, Pep Club KAY WEBB Pep Club Hosfess Ari Crall PEGGY WEBB Madrigals Honor Pep Senior Girls' Council POLLY WEBB Maclrigals Honor Pep Senior Girls' Pep SR IIIIYLLIS YEGA Senior Leader Rep. Council All. Troy Jane Board JOHN R. WARNER, JR "T" Club Wreslling Prcclor K3 FRED WEIBEL Welding Woodworking Soon Commencement Day arrived ti PEGGY WEIR DON WEI.I.ER VIRGINIA ANN WERTII Nurse's Chemisiry Pep Club Pep Club Business FHA 5 ' :sf tg' DONALD WILKINS JACK WILLBOURN Vocaiional Radio Ari Baskefball Voc. Phoiography IIII I liool I MARVIN WINGERT Vocaiional Radio ff SHIRLEY WILLIAMS CAROL WILMORE Sunflower Edifor Represenfaiive Council All-time Honor T Choir Quill and Scroll Honor Pep ...S W 51 I 52-f, ERE tm I I lYLE M. WINKLEPLECK GALE W0lFE Choir Senior Boys' Council Key Club Procior LINDA WOODRUM IADINE JOYCE WORK Procfor PGP Club Art Co-op Office Machines Science Business .. ,ik PIIYLLIS WILDER Usher Club Movie Prodor Pep Club 'S-as Q BEVERLY WILSON Varsiiy Cadef JIM WOLFE Senior Boys' Council World Phofographer Journalism SHIRLEY ANN WORKMAN Senior Girls' Council Pres. Business Club Nurse's Prodor iv ' I xf X NX mx' Af long lasf we were graduates .QSM by "'C.'.7' Z7 'I' BARBARA C. WRAY SHIRLEY ANN WRIGHT NANCY WYSONG PATSY WUODRUFF LARRY YOUNGDOFF A Business Foods Sr. Girls' Council All. Business Crass-caunfry Track Pep Club Business Minor Pep Club Cloihing Track Hosfess Represenfaiive Council X X' I I I I I ll V I f J A R I 4 lg 2-11 Q I "Q iiy f in l I L ' Ix l.si 1' so N . I CAROL ZELLER JON ZIMMERMAN ALAN ZIRKLE WILLIAM C. DRAKE JESUS JARAMILLO ' Girls Council All Sr Boys' Council All Key Club Disserfalionisf I Hono Pep Rep Council All Mechanical Draw ng ' Nurse s Proctor isi.. ,L N 4 '. pq, 5,1 - ,E - I f VVWLJ AQ iii, vm?" , . f f.., ,N... ' ' 'Zi ' f ., . .. , ,Q I fi, I Rh 5 my A Ei B. r Vi llllll AY ,f A i ,mf E3 it ' Y? W I I .IDE JARAMILLO LARRY EREDRIC JANZEN WAYNE D. JARVIS SHIRLEY MAE KING NORMAN LOUIS NEGRETE Foofball Creative Wriling Voc. Machine Shop Slenography Voc. Phofography I lnframural Basketball lndusfrial Arls Clofhing English 1 Arf I I cimm suv . DON LUTTRELL I "' ss me comfz I I . AD ' LOUIS CONDLEY I 1---I srfvf Jenni: I ,L I is"-pew' WILLIAM LINDEMAN 5 JAMES wfsm I is EDGAR ARTHUR OUIMBY CARL RUNDELL PEGGY ANN WHITE FRED WILE Debafe Track Lelierman Clolhing Tennis 46 Malhemalics Maior Lafin Club BERNICE SCHEUERMAN LEONARD DDWELL --ff ,b,.,,:, Topeka High students attend a bonfire at the fair grounds before an important game. A pep rally is held on the veranda of the high school building. 'D' MlMllllIlS Cheerleaders Marva Leuenberger, Phil McMullen, JoAnn Boies, Janice Mitchell, and Carol Crosby watch during an clnx- ious moment in a football game. AP.. ' 11 I 1 V... Bibi J tl Am X 1 ,, Eihffss 'JR 5 Q i , ...W CARTER UMBARGER President GRETCHEN FRANK Secretary-Treasurer MARY NELL NEWSOM Social Chairman DAN CASSON Vice-President A i NORVELLE BROOKS JAYNE ALLEN RONNIE GOFF Representative Representative Representative JU l0R BlASS Much like the center of a big sandwich are we juniors-but after all, the meat is the best part. Feeling like an important link in a great chain were we middleclassmen, for we served as intermediates between our new sophomore friends and the higher seniors to whom we looked for inspira- tion and patterns from which to mould our next year-our senior year. With the aid of our class sponsor, Mrs. Hazel Lingo, our much looked- forward-to Junior-Senior Prom glistened with the ideas, entertainment, and "everything" that we gave it. We sponsored two formals and a play, all of which will be remembered by many Trojans for years to come. With this year we gained a whole wonderful volume of knowledge, gotten from the books we faithfully carried home every night. We feel ready and proud as this year ends to take over in our new roles of seniors-the class of 1955. G Norvelle Brooks, Ronnie Goff, Gretchen Frank, Mary Nell Newsom, Jayne Allen, Carter Umburger, and Don Casson. 48 JU IURS CLASS 0ll955 Shirley Absher, Harriet Adamson, Larry Addington, Pat Aherne, Wilma Albin. Jacqueline Alexander, Jayne Allen, Judy Allen, Larry Allen, Lois Allen. Jacque Alvis, Errol Anderson, Shirley Anderson, Dolores Arn, Judy Arndt. Galen Atkinson, Beverly Bacon, Barbara Bailey, Larry Barber, Dick Barclay. Kerstin Barger, Barbara Barr, Arnold Bar- raclough, Sondra Battey, Richard Baude. John Bay, Maxine Bayer, Bob Bayless, Sara Bean, Marsha Becker. Beverly Beeler, Hubert Bellman, Ruth Benaka, Patsy Bennett, Tom Bennett. Darlene Berryman, Billie Biddle, Sharon Bigg, Nancy Bishop, Vernon Bixby. Ronald Blake, Bob Blevins, Regis Blocker, Sybil Blocher, Steve Bogle. of na. -5 4? HJ' x, ,. , '21 ,...---. I ., . ,K gill' A ' 3, Q . A ,F , K ,Q AW y 53- Q ii Q ,Q 5 . ' .J ,,..,s M' ' ' f . , ssii eiti 'A ya ima y K rsr, Q, lr KVVIV l H W A lll 0 - A A M Tiffiift lJ" Q. .Q -"-"' 4 4 ' Yi A I df.-4, . All ki :L eif , Q? I L ga: ,la . ' V Nf Lbs . ewjw 4 4 K K ,,,. K Q J --.', V A Y A ' "J, L ' W A ' y y if A As 1 VLKV , or x ""- ' - "2 A I U is NM A ,- , ' 1. ,.,. ' 1, V if ff 'V i , 1 z JA 9 lv , Q i YS., ,M i , f A ,, K . 55, V We Q Q I H i K + 2' 4 Q W 4" ': Q i 'S 1 ,. F' 'Q all . , :EE L -- , 2 f W' M M ' -Q af' "- i Bi., B X' r B V l or ' 1M' Q B 'CI 2 L 3, ' rib V --yi 1 :IQQ1 ,. V- J' - w:m,1..,f1,,-1... .If w ,w ,,.. :mf f V. .1 ,,..,. , 11, .f uw ,.,, ,. .. ,un s. 55' ri' f 1 ..,.. , ,4 '- 'l an Zinf- , M, . , . . A 1 .. 5,7 ,,, ,, .. I E E :Q ,, ,f if 5' iv ,Ik If sw.. -f .ik M I ...l .. ..,,, L. . ,,,.. SWE 5.2 ' . : , V yell? , .-5. 5. E r,f,,, .. i , K .J f , ., , 9' my ,afar ' - 5511 mm AH i R .e vi' W? . 'em AW . K H ,il " 1 a ' 131 .,,, ll i . 5' ' sr is l ' . ff A 'Q' .lll lllll MASS Bob Bohm, Cynfhia Bonner, Nancy Booth, Jon Borfis, Barbara Boyd. Marcia Boyd, Donna Breeden, Virginia Brobsf, Norvelle Brooks, Barbara Brower. Everett Brown, Gene Brown, Loretta Brown, Marilyn Brown, Richard Brown. Shannon Brown, Tom Brown, Larry Bruce, Jerry Brumley, Rada Bryant. Marlou Buench, Nelson Burgen, Sandy Burgess, Gayla Burnside, Pai' Burson. Carlene Burt, Mary Bufler, Carolyn Butts, Duane Buffs, Sally Cahill. Sharon Calder, Don Campbell, Donna Campbell, Carolyn Carlat, Beverly Carl- son. Craig Carlson, Richard Carnahan, Patty Carney, Kent Carver, Velma Carter. LaVerne Caskey, Vivian Casper, Dan Casson, Kay Chamness, Lota Channel. Joan Chatterton, Jane Cheng, Stephen Chess, John Churchill, Pam Churchill. Bob Clark, Tom Clark, Connie Cline, Bill Cohn, Pat Coleman. Sally Coleman, Charles Colley, Cynthia Conley, Charles Cook, Darlene Cook. Ernest Cook, Gloria Cook, Muriel Cook, Ted Cooper, Owen Cordill. Mike Cormack, Sue Cottle, Arden Cow- herd, Florence Cowhick, Clayton Cox. Leonard Crabtree, Franklin Crews, Jr., Galen Currier, Jo Suzan Curtis, Juanita Cutright. Paul Daugherty, Jack Davidson, Carolyn Daves, Charles Davis, Gail Davis. Jay Davis, Winnie Davis, Bob Dean, Judy Decicco, Paul Decker. Dixie Deines, Barbara Delfs, Deanna Denton, Gail Denton, Dick Devine. 1 , , 'J if W ws xx 2 51 f 14 Q33 5 Q, WD 9.3, Sl' A IX 777W7W Cheerleader i ff if ik iihi F 4. , ,dwg , , X r if -af is ,, , ,xy -l h: " ' A or f Il ss sss lifw 41? ' 1 , . f ,-Q' f 4, m1': 2 f-:- , " 'L L . I Q ' . J 3' f ,L 157.41 i L,-,' 1, - x:::xiP'isff 1:-' "f, 'rg , '25' lf2i --' l. f1 JJFJ, ' if J'k J h'1m"' f ' 1 '- r l J n .J 9 5c,e g i F lf Q J' ' f i of :ky H5942 , 'fi Ja. in rf' . V it 2 1 ' iii: ggi, ClASS 0li955 David Dexter, Frank Dilley, Beverley Dol- lard, Trinidad Dominguez, Bob Douglas. Edwin Douglas, Alan Downs, Judy Dun- kley, Susanne Dunn, Angelita Duran. RoseMary Duran, Erma Duree, Dixie Dykes, Harold Eads, Lorana Easter. Joyce Eastman, Chuck Eberhart, Gail Edgington, Larry Eklund, Verna Ellis. Corene Erickson, George Erickson, Betty Esquibel, Larry Fager, Louise Fager. Gary Fargo, Jim Fergus, Marcia Fink, Kay Firestone, Jerry Fleer. John Flory, Sheila Floyd, Carole Foster, Gretchen Frank, Bob Franklin. Beverly Freeby, Leroy Freed, Larry Freel, Tommy Freeman, Marjorie Frey. Jerry Frost, Sharon Fruits, Jim Galbraith, Richard Garber, Charles Garhart. Jim Gastineau, Larry Gaston, Harold Geer, Larry Gerry, JoAnn Gilbert Katherine Girnclt, Richard Given, Art Glassman, Ronnie Goff, Helen Gomez Rachel Gonzales, Dixie Good, Arlene Gooden, Bart Grantham, Laura Graves Vic Graves, Deloris Griswold, Lilia Guer- rero, Lowell Haflich, Ronna Sue Haflich Norris Hall, Evelyn Ham, Carol Hamil- ton, Kaye Hamilton, Ronald Hancock Chuck Hanley, Jim Hannay, Nancy Harbes, Jim Harrington, Chuck Harris Marilyn Hartman, Larry Hastings, Mar- ilyn Hawks, Donna Jean Hawkins, Jack Hawn Dale Hayes, Thelma Hays, Don Hearn, Tom Heath, Douglas Helm Lois Hendrix, Marvin Hendrix, Nancy Henley, Delores Henrie, Earle Hensley 533555555f3.gf,g,,gwisgg5ggg gsmsfezgsrzfzfsfsx 1 g,,,..s,M,,a.es,,i - V ' iff' .iiT':i:' . ' 1 3 u .J i g A 35' H M' L A ' ' F , .. . xw : if " rea' N 14 A 3 mi-'l I 5-N J: ,gn 4 . y . ., 3, an fYf7'l" 'JV i 5 , . ,,,, , Q ' " 'I ffl w w fwfr' - Y E , 'iff 59" 5 X .cgi wi 'ijt I K L. ,f'.,12.fE'e4v- 25511 ,. 53 Hffi-12' r if :ff-1 ,y ,ss- er.' l . ,. ,r., ,,,,s - W I ' H Q' ,,,L if .Q IJKW - 33 r- ,,.s.. i . 1. we .W .- X 1. 21.5 -.i Ms- , . . . . ,, g55:QgEg22ii5E::59EE1:- :W sl y? 511 1:53-55-ggi: 1: g' " 355!53j5,,5:f,-1'f'3529? ' ' !'f"'ii- .- . fl Q ' f'715?1f iQ-f'iYff'ff:? i l siiiflgfisfr 1 K' W if , ,HV 5? s, .. . 5 1 ,fp s it 1. L L ,. ,,.,: , I . n if X i'ff '2.- -Riff zz, 5 z. Sally Patterson and Charlotte Stuyker T bbw ,A 'fi had wk Ni A r -s ,l 1 ,P , ,ig -fi' yy,, , ,C N3 3' Fifi Q i, X 1, ms, lfgzi , A - M . ,,,..,,, -f,,,i -,. , ,.'l- 3, L ' tin' L all lil 'J V' "i i 3 l if is sl 141 N: -4? 1 - -1 - " --,:4.,,, . 'lkjwiif Q W X x N xl, C M r ' . it 3. Q' , W, L 'X . fu P .svn 48 3 J W Q mir G'-.1 is in Li, 1 . . . 5,-. ' f ray H ,Q ul' ., f sf Gvj f if ' S if ' v 2:3 .six B , W: 4' s WA .kt , f i f C C , ll , , ,,ss W .. :, , C ': is. if J I 'T ,Q 9"'Fl ,g,' Qfz.. f ,.L. , A -- ' . ' ' ,Q , . Z 'Q ' kg ' .lll Illll Pete Herdic, Teresa Hernandez, William Hicks, Delores Higgins, Jack Hill, Jim Hockenbarger Verlin Hodges, Lawrence Hojn- acki, Avery Holland, Gaylord Hallenbeck, Donna Holmes, Jay Holston Sharon Holt, Barbara Howerton, Gary Huber, DeAnn Hughes, Judith Hulse, Mary Helen Hum- mel Charles Hummert, David Hun- sicker, Donna Hyle, Clayton Iioms, Geraldine Hutchens, Roberta Jackman Barry Jackson, Glenda Jasper- son, Harold Jessop, Bob John- son, Carole Johnson, Clara Johnson Clyde Johnson, Ernestine John- son, Howard Johnson, Jerry Johnson, Roger Johnson, Row- ena Johnson Carol Jones, Carolyn Jones, Ethelyn Jones, Ronnie Jones, Bob Jury, Larry Kaiser Ray Kauffman, Bill Kearney, Carol Keller, Les Kelly, Terry Kimble, Colette King Jackie King, JoAnn Klesoth, Harlan Klein, Margaret Knud- son, Henry Koehlar, Colleen Krionderis Phil Kyle, Bethel Ladner, Don Lafferty, Charles Lane, Bill Lau- terbach, Dave Lawrence. Gary Lawrence, Roberta Law- son, Jeanne Lee, Larry Lee, Richard Leeman, Ardith Lehman. Virgil Lehnherr, Bob Lewis, Harry Lewis, Marian Lewis, Sandra Lewis, Darleen Liles. Julius Lincoln, Charles Linder, Jerry Little, Lynn Lodle, Sherrie Longstaff, Terry Lowe. Mary Lowman, George Ludwig, Donna Lutz, Jerry Lux, Mike McCabe, Terry McCall. Donna McClanahan, Chuck Mc- Connel, Joyce McCoy, Mary Mc- Cracken, L y n n McCullough, Jerry McDonald. Paul McDonald, Floyd McEl- wain, Paul McGuire, JoAnn Mc- Master, Larry McNaIl, Norman McNeal. Delbert Marshall, Ronald Mar- tin, RoseMary Martin, Drusa Masquat, Elizabeth Massey, Betty May. Kent May, Noel Mayer, .lack Mayhew, Ronden Meader, Jackie Merchant, Charles Mes- sick. lllllJA S A0A J in , W J J L J JK iiiii . lf 79' ' yi s,,, J ' f L 'S J: ,J '57 syili 8 Q 'J ' J ii in A L , Hg y.r, ,gi 'ff is 1 ' N ' like , 4-QQ "'-Jt fi' V MJ .J will J J J J J iii A A Y JE, f---: sf' l ., - K K K I I I V is -,. J V J L L L J JJ ..sf ttesss iiliiii isw , J .J ' 1 J J, il ' -K JV J J Q, J l ---2 J JJ J K J .W ,,,,.,, V , .,, ' .,..... ii' l'ii ' 'i" ii 'ff S We if AJI' N li .J J L ,esrr 4 is L I ,ig ,.bV ,JJ J LJ..: ' " nfl K L ii" iii I I 'if' Q, i J 1 iill illiiiii JJ J . J J J J l " A J ,L J . JJJ JJ J J C 12 .JJJJJ f Q W it .J JJJ J J i s Q it -' L ,J ' 1 JJ- A J -- I llill J JJ J fe' '11, f1' - J- ,Y J ' JJ J J' H 3 ..,. J K , . JJJJ 52? n c il , J JJ, .J. L J be 'V ii' .QQ J - V k JJ 5 2- JJJJ r 12:25 .gf .5iS":Z" fgz.. . ,g5:,,f15 - f,, - Trl? ! " ' it i ?. ' ..-5 ,f -4 tn w ,r ,f 'QI ,ur G v 3 ' wr er iv ...W , W ,gf f'?3'33? 5,43 , 1 1 , , . . v ia- ...,.. f 3' rho!! V B ff' r l,l ,sg, lixf if sg, -fi-- -c -- 3 I ,I , N V V I V. 1" X fi1,, 5 jg! K , Qgff' B I 'rv . L 4 i Y set s , . 1 f A ' ' W .A M T k1,,,.. X X ff: 51 ' A Q A A W tg Q ,Z ,mf :V f 4- 2 H M l L. ki' f . J 1 f 'L ' J iw B ' " , f L ' l "' A ffm 'E "AP 37" 2 we Aiea rrrr 'r fu!li- Pei, 5 f i Y i X + 'zii ':"f1 V - 15- " 1-4? 511, Z'1' if ff , Vklk X f5aQl?i2 are! 3aJiM,T ..li ,k'i. lsrr ,lli ifi3v5lhT .QA Q, B f '. Z KX , . J , B' i i ' B lk," ' 4 lk-ff .nf-f A f 'w A 1? ' P . J 2, ' J ' 4?5!E srr, fi Qaioi Qfi1,e srtlr -wig, LJ ,, aw, iE:sa'?r elaf ii-1'awf ff 55 B .'sua aw?-i a.wf l J aQ+4afw lrt. l if fnQW rtfaea' 5 foie ergv J if-.14 gflrf ' L srr , . . rr L tfaigow ??fLV, ii' f w .w r S3 H- n .1 www-..',,.wff :,fr.,e.A, f,fA f,-ff 'S I My .4 WF 1 k fc fi my ai 'Qt Q ii 9' re I A' wb . Eg? E l' r 3 My 1 lHl CLASS Bob Meyers, Gene Miesse, Car- rie Miller, Larry Miller, Lois Mil- ler, Frank Miller. Pat Miller, Raymond Miller, Richard Miller, Nancy Milliken, Bob Moore, Carol Morforcl. Lorraine Morford, Janet Morton, J. B. Moser, Sandra Mosiman, Alice Mounger, Midge Mulkey. Judy Munoz, Rachel Munoz, Barbara Myers, Shirley Myers, Rex Nager, Howard Nance. Marion Nason, Mary Nason, Sarah Nathness, John New- comb, Mary Nell Newsom, Mary Nicol. Dan Noe, Dwight Norman, Gary Northcraft, Lylah Nyman, Tom Olander, Gary Osborne. Garry Owen, Lois Palmer, Lu- cille Palmer, Pat Parker, Darryl Parman, Marlin Parr. Beth Parrott, Deanna Pate, Car- roll Patrick, Laura Patton, Janet Paxson, Marvin Payne. Wanda Peavler, Judy Perine, Hans Petersen, Nancy Peterson, Shirley Peterson, Georgia Pe- tree. Marjorie Pfiester, Judith Phil- lips, Patty Phillips, Fred Pilcher, Alberta Pinger, Gary Plackett. Jim Pointer, Tom Poole, Marva Lou Powell, Jim Pulliam, Frances Pyle, Mariorie Roby. Martha Ramirez, Gene Rasch, Archie Rawlings, Karlan Reed, Larry Reeder, Phyliss Reeves. Carole Rezabek, Dale Rice, Ar- lene Richardson, Leon Richard- son, June Ridgeway, Stan Ridge- way. Philip Ridgway, Harland Rieger, Jack Rigdon, lvan Riggin, Herb Rissen, Virgil Rively. Sue Robb, Gerry Rodehaver, Joe Rodriguez, Shirley Rogers, Bar- bara Ronsick, Jim Rosander. Donna Ross, Tom Rost, Albert Rouviere, Gary Rowles, Curt Ru- Ion, Jacquie Rust. Mark Saylor, Jo Schendel, Sharon Schmidt, Susan Schober, Margaret Schulz, Janice Schus- ter. Laurin Schutter, Larry Scofl, Marcia Scdtt, Laurie Seeber, Larry Self, Bob Sellards. lll l955 ll J- Q -f K l f , " f - 2 A r Q ' i 3 , ,,., J ,i... A, 5 F W fc -3, f i,-at m, E .1 , 1-if fi L la cl, Qwg-'Q ' , ' ,.-, ' , ' 'f is F-'P ew, - .-' ,- 155: ,. 3 A i t ff V A my -,i, A X if .av E 'M ' L f V J- Q , ,.. 3 ,,,a,,.,, ww' - 1: ff' """""' , fr , , ' ' , 1 . , , 9 AAA. K I ,.,, . my f - , i i Q J iiii ea ,P W Q , . Q- M 1? lf 7 ,ir 'P f iii-xiii 'i , ' 'jf if. 'f Q ' K ,J - it iiii h va -.7 i H,- r r , ,Q - X .,, J' ' r ,., 1 ,, ,,,, iirrr, . S Z., Jre k i ,,.: ,. ..V, ' -- -N Q- 'ff .1 ,L '.., V K i i S i i Q hi 7 it .H I X. ,,.. 6 , -:1:.:I- 'P i J in 1' L3 c c,c , fi, , ,, X: hw " 6' V" il , ,V I f-A V .W" ":- V xc- .. T j K d- f . " L 4 'Q ' 0 .- ' -'film 1 tlifiix . 'f":' ' , . ,L E, 54. R lx , ta., 1, 1 4 5 ,' x 5:1 ... if , ., it K., . P 'V' L, J ,his P: , L itstti S it I L iiii . Q , l "" f A C it 3' riee L . + xy . eiei iieei S i 1 3 fir . L - I.. L , ,,, L i . . .- . .J ,f :gg , 1. -X ,gnfik lltg f , S 1, f if ll . ., " - A WHS .,,,. V . W-ge , llll .Ill IIIRS Rita Serna, Eddie Shaw, Sandra Shaw, Brad Sheafor, Cynthia Shell, Sally Shideler. Daryle Shinn, Albert Shower, Mariorie Shrimplin, Janie Si- mons, Wilma Simpson, Jerry Skinner. Astrid Skoog, Marilyn Slaugh- ter, Frank Sloyer, Conrad Smith, Harvey Smith, Lawrence. Smith. Leatha Smith, Mary Lou Smith, Phil Snook, Carol Snyder, Se- lena Southarcl, Marcia Sowers. Betty Spencer, Dorothy Spicer, Norman Stalker, Sharlet Stan- cliffe, James Stanley, James Starbird. David Starr, Ed Stein, Marjorie Stevenson, Gary Stewart, Lola Stewart, Edith Stickler. Ann Stingley, Larry Stone, Patty Streeter, Jack Streff, Larry Stroup, Paul Stuenkel. Tom Suddarth, Tom Swain, Mary Kay Swanson, Joyce Sweet, Willa Swift, John Tarlton. Ernie Tarwater, Nancy Taylor, Pat Taylor, Pete Taylor, Phil Taylor, Rodgar Taylar. Lessie Terrell, Raymond Tetuan, Janice Tholl, Emmett Thompson, Jane Thorne, Fred Tonsing. Bertha Torneden, Ruth Tritt, Car- ole Turner, Caralee Turner, Ruth Turner, Nancy Tyler. Carter Umbarger, Phyllis Vier- gever, Dollie Vauthrin, James Vaughn, Norma Waddell, Helen Wagner. Wayne Wagner, Doris Wald- schmidt, Barbara Waller, Jim Ward, Joyce Warner, Darryl Warren. Mary Washington, Richard Wat- ers, Eugene Watson, Paul Wat- terson, Freda Webb, Floyd Weber. Virginia Weeks, Gary Weinkauf, Bob Whiffen, Joan White, Toby White, Launita Whiteley. Peggy Wilcox, Barbara Wilker- son, Elizabeth Wilkins, Evelyn Wilson, Sharon Wilson, Nick Winchell. Joe Wolfe, Cooper Woodring, Phyllis Woodson, Barbara Work, Barbara Wright, Patty Wright. Sydney Yerkes Doris Yockey Rose Mane Young Dorothy Zefeqohn Suzanne Zuber Mary 'W 'Z' Y H In - - ,,,,.e,. cn , '- T. If .,,- fi, ,, ,,L,,,. - H :fran 5 HW -gf, E ,, 45 Ek ,sit . si, F x fn . 7 ka at 1' M' 'B QL f 1 41 e X 1. ri PQ 'ii"' we '31 nr 5 I 3 l " is uv SL so Y' 1' tx 4 , A I ., , , . . 1 'N P 1 lu M il IA' E ,,. ,s,,,,,. , . y gm 'Q fl 3 ,ll by aa . gi I ,Avi K Nt 2 F' li llisls AK' J lt 'h' ' P ,,.,, J sikl ospelc. .ku vlli V V C l A S S 0 I Al 9 5 5 f:' JERRY PHILLIPS President XE y BILL HARPER Vice-President SHERRY REED SHARON ROSENWALD JUDY CLARK Representative Representative Representative SALLY MAC K Secretary-Treasurer BEVERLY BAIRD Social Chairman f Well known throughout the halls of Troy were the sophomores with the wide-eyed wonder that only "Scrubs" can have. Although new to THS school life, they took an active part in school affairs as they plunged wholeheartedly into the compaigning for elections. Having their own cheerleaders helped cheer the teams on to victory. Their delight at having individual pictures in the annual could not be equaled and to demonstrate their approval, most of them bought Sun- flowers. Sophomores proved their all-around talent when presenting their own Sophomore Party program. This party was an event that the up and coming class of 1956 will remember for a long time. NR Sophomore Class Officers: Sharon Rosenwold, Judy Clark, Bill Harper, and Sherry Reed. GO sovnumunis v GYQ J B or fi , ,, A Y , yyya MASS IH 1956 ,J Ivan Abbott, Beverly Adkins, 1' R . ' Marvin Alexander, Charles Al- f' N is i lgl len, Deanna Allen, Don Allen. Xxfpll , -if Alpha Ames, Alberta Anderson, fi m N y -, i N 5 if , - Bob Anderson, Gene Anderson, V . F ,k lf., Air' Georgia Anderson, Kay Ander- it 'gil ' 1' m f J son. 43, .,,,' I H . he it 4 ft v Philip Anderson, Marguerite An- 4, ,,i,, i,,1 , S ,, ' drews, Don Anguish, Marilyn it fc' 'all' if Apps, Linda Asay, Homer Ash- aza a,,, ,J , iey. x v ss: A X ,ft A A A ,B al 'sea slvr 2 'V f . Q w ., B' worth, Gayle Askren, Joyce ,wg '53 ,W Atchison, Lila Atkinson, Shirley V 5: j 2, M? Babb. l .. J 'K M 1, I 1 rf' Joe Bailey, Mary Bailey, Rob- ert Bailey, Beverley, Baird, Dur- ward Baker, Marilynn Baker. Marita Baldwin, Gayla Barn- cord, Larry Barnes, Barbara Bar- nett, Dick Barrett, Janis Barry. Dorothy Barter, Glenda Bor- tholomew, Judy Bartlett, Rosalie Baysinger, Phyllis Beal, Carol Bebermeyer. Bonnie Becker, Ronnie Bedell, Gary Bell, Sandra Beltz, Jack Benton, Carol Best. Jim Betsworth, Janice Bicknell, Donna Billings, John Bird, Joyce Blackburn, Dorothy Blackwell. 'Z v a i , s .1 w , s 5 r .V X 'el ,.,, as sfi it .. .fm . aw., .. 'lf . ,. Q ,,, . ef i As ei 1 1 x wi-11 .5 A , ...,, 1, .V 4 1 e 3: 5 , ... 'I Q ,Q 1-1 133 x G if B ,L Y . ' H g: I e il' :"3.'fgW -wifi a J 4 x fi .ae-vw rf- wrzzfwzzf -'2As 1-Q5 Ie, fm.-,,, I Ju., i- 'Y X f rig, ., , -A ,Q s ,- i -.J ef., .L Q96 yi ,. ag .Q Y ,,:,' .-.. 51 1, A' . 4 . , Wg J' 7' M ss Q J 1 ' cf jeraifff mga N B W z ,' , , A V I -.,, X . , , ,J - ll . I fm' 53 ff A 1 i ,. it 'V fi' J QLw ' C J l , f , ,rss A -1 EB :, H A A , ...,. ' " ' , B hh f' r C -el, ' A 2 is ' 1 i l-:' N- "' 'J B fi 'fs 4 . "' , , 4 '- 1 Q . lg J - -- 3 ,, J . 'E' -N V, J f 1 fi .fe X' I . . , x . A B ., , , at ' v rrr e :J J 1 ,C ' ' ' ' '51 ' ,. f 1 1: . ' 4. , ' R. , , f . , is J qc , L' x N 4 ' , , ma, : .: n s . - " I -- N gfj 7 ,4 -. me L K V... ., ' ...aw ,mar-. 4 .4 Jw' ,,. R , - 1 we 6 B Q 'W' ' s .,., so , it 'X - JJJ. B- 'ie J .is ' Y f C if x 'n .C i fl 1 lil ff' -N '1-1 ,. wi , "' , if ' Y- if . .X ,grim Qzezfrf- f----.1 .. --c. 'iii' Y K M'- -1 je rf is! SllPHllMlllll Sharyn Blanka, Ronald Bleidissel, Larry Blum, Jacqueline Boal, Bob Bo- hannon, R. D. Boisvert, Roy Boley. Toian Bowser, Ramona Bourn, Clyde Bracken, Bob Bradley, Marlin Brandt, Betty Branson, Clara Bri- ant. Clayton Brice, Jessie Brice, Richard Brickell, Dick Brinker, Velma Bris- tow, Judy Brock, Allan Brockmeier. Paul B r o w e r , Beverly Brown, Gerald Brown, Jim Brown, Frederick Bryant, W a l t Bryant, Marilyn Buell. Jack Bunds, Steve Bunten, Verna Burgoyne, Marquis Burnett, Mickey Byers, Pe- ter Caldwell, Kathy Cal- kins. Christina Calvillo, David Campbell, Richard Camp- bell, Ted Campbell, Jeanne Carl, Loma Carl- son, Sally Carnahan. Gwen Carpenter, Mary Carter, Tom Carver, Bev- erly Castle, Larry Cave, Alfred Ceballos, Jane Chalmers. Arthur Charay, Margaret Charay, Jerry Chelson, Charles Childress, Donna Christesen, Ray Christian, James Clark. Judy Clark, Norman Clark, Pat Clark, John Cloud, Eddie Cochran, Mina Cochran, Tom Cof- felt. Tommy Coleman, Darrell Colhouer, Linda Compton, Dick Conrad, Jane Copen- hafer, G a l e Coulter, Donna Cowan. Jackie Cowell, Maynard Cowherd, Alfred Creollo, Loretta Creollo, Mariorie Crook, Jane Crow, Mary Jane Crow. Earl Crowder, Edward Crowder, Jolene Crowder, Leonard Crowder, Shirley Crowell, Dave Curnutt, Janice Dailey. Maior Dangerfield, Karen Davenport, Carol Davis, Gary Davis, Joy Davis, Lonnie Davis, Nancy Da- vis. Ronnie Davis, Dickie Dean, Danny Deaver, Dick Dehn, Sharon DeKeyser, Donna Denzler, Bob Dickey. Carolyn Jo Dickey, John Disbrow, Elmer Dittman, Robert Dobson, Eleanor Dominguez, John Dutt, Mike Donnelly. Antoinette Eby, Mary Ed- berg, Wallis Eden, James Edwards, Janice Egbert, Jon Eicholtz, Barbara Ek- lund. Carolyn Elnicki, Ardyce Emmot, John Erickson, Jane Etnyre, Marilyn Ev- ans, Darl Everett, Gary Fadely. Charley Farnsworth, Carol Faulconer, Robert Faust, Ronald Faust, Jeanette Ferrell, Judy Finley, Bill Fisher. lll llllll .W e , . , . .N ,eil . J - R it 'J 6 ,' I, Q i sf' Q tl , .J , - ' A 1. ,.,m,,1 'F ' , I -Jr J- J -.ff J C, .,, fr, fl 'T' rr r v . . . J J Q fi A ., ff j-,uw -27.33121 K Wm jk: JL X 'num' -' fm! - lg... J I'+i'1Wii. , 4' Ni "" J fl ee l . , J .5 t ee: J Q ,, s.,,- ' K " lx' l"ii' vi Q' i , ,f 4 V ' ' S .. .5 ... J J fi, J C2 is , 3 E , ' fi 4 ' JJJJ f ' M V,. m V,LV 9 , , ,W 1 ' V Ji ix . " 'w ,-:If-' , i. f H R12 is 'il' . , , J. , I A . J, 2: ,L,, Ek e 4? , . s. 1 Qt, Y , nv ,Q gf, .- f' . ,J-C, J jf 4 ,r .1 1' . A . T ' A 1 R- ff X 5 I A , ., I M M XL r wwf 1 . i . '- 'i l Q K WE ' 5 ...L at 1 I 1 wt. 41- V K I?-5:21 31 , A k "' n :f?,,a. :Q "W iff' 1. 2' . J . , .llli J JERJ . S J K3 id he - if leil 1 lair: A 1 0' ..,, C QM , . A . W M J I A -J J,,, Y. YQ :K A, V ,. we V ' 1. :.. A I s ""ri J .. , ..., . . JJ '- 1 . - , ' J A K 2 4- K ,-. ,, aj X 0 4' 'Q' k 4' ...K Y J 1-PJYHJJKQ -1- as C 5 x 'G' X ,V, ' ff ,, XXI fm a gl Ev Wg . ,,,, 2, GQ W . ? LW -fi' 4 .L,L, , , ff' J wi' Q? ' ' Q- A I Ji Q V I ',ff 1-is Q' k,,f Y ..,. ff ,,.. , L ,Z - f , ,R X .-A ltr' g gli, -.. ,, ,, W: Q K 3' K ff? - ' , 'MM' i t ll f ' gig, LEE '7'g,: 'L gf , 1 ik-W az Iliff L, " ffl- .- --fl .i -- K7,f7f'12:'s uf-f55?? Q 3' ' Y'-Q.. . , 1 -' S ' - c 4- ' "- , . . If C .ar t 5' 1 f- , . '22, , - :Y fr .L g .smiffs lHl CLASS Mary Fitts, Bessie Fizer, Brian Flack, Jean Fleming, Gary Flickinger, Richard Flowers, Bob Floyd. Sally Anne Foose, Wen- delene Forney, Farrell Fouts, Bessie Frantz, De- maris Freeman, Sandra Freienmuth, Lois French. Jim Fretz, Elvira Frost, Frank Fry, Lynn Fry, Jua- nita Garber, Carmen Gar- cia, Jerry Gentry. Charlotte Gilchrist, Janet Gladfelter, Shirley Glas- gow, Roy Glassman, Ula Goebel, Amelia Gonzales, Richard Gonzales. Edith Gordon, Mildred Gordon, Velma Grame, Tom Gray, Marilyn Gres- ser, Larry Griggs, Fred Grundeman. Joe Guerrero, Nesbia Guillory, Philip Gutierrez, Gary Haflich, Jim Haines, Mary Jo Haines, Darlene Halstead. Jerriann Hamilton, Sue Hamilton, Beverly Hansel, Gracia Hansen, Rosalyn Harder, Eldon Harding, Barbara Hardman. Joyce Harmon, Bill Har- per, Shirley Harrison, Jan- ice Hastings, Al Hawkins, Alyce Hayes, Lorna Hayes. Shirley H a y s , Marilyn Helms, Colleen Henderson, Diane H e n r y , Donna Henry, Colene Henson, Martha Hernandez. Margaret Herr, Kendall Hewitt, Ronald Hicks, Sue Hiebert, N e i l Higgin- botham, Joan Hinds, Gary Hippensteel. John Hocker, Nancy Hock- ett, Barbara Hodges, Jim Hodges, Lonnie Hodges dison. ' 2 K I x Dick Hodgson, Carol Ho- L Kenneth Hohberg, Virgil Holland, Charles Holle, Duane Hollenbeck, LaVon Holmes, Bob Holub, Jim Hopkins. Judy Horn, John Horning, Shirley Houck, Louann Howard, Arkie Hudkins, Bob Huffman, Sharon Hun- sicker. Judy Hunt, Vernice Hunter, Judy Huntsman, Delos Hupp, Margaret Hurd, Reta Hyle, Jerry Jackson. Janice Jacques, Marilyn James, Janice Jaquith, Nancy Jennings, Dale Johnson, Joan Johnson, Richard Johnson. Ron Johnson, Barbara Jones, Billy Jones, Maurice Jones, Robert Jovalis, Bill Jungman, Jerry Karnes. Nancy Kay, Billye Keeling, Connie Keeter, Susan Klie- wer, Alice Keithley, Patsy Kelly, John Kennedy. Charlotte Kentzler, Judy Kepfield, Jim Kesler, Nancy Kibler, Dorothy Kieswetter, Carmen Kil- gore, Viola King. M1956 as 'Wig l . M 'K X 1, hir. . . jj S:-si! E ry? 251.2 f A ! f , W A.. gi ll tv o r ,eat r i 1 1 6. i , I :iq .r ,, , K .'.,. . X., . K fe. 'A " Q 155: ' s ,, s I ,ij 1 eg vi v K 'A IA 0 J kikjwjik. f.j,f5Q:' 71552 'T - ,' A " . :wifi " ' : . T ff' IE? ,fffif E' i' -f ' ' , 635: '-f b J ,Q 5 I ui ll l ,ss Q.. Q, an ,, 3 Fr W hs 'Nei 5 : Q -iff' 'Q '.k A M 2,5 SllPHllMlllll CLASS Beverly LaCrone, Cherie La- Fromboise, Joyce Lake, Donna Lamb, Charlene Lambert, Bur- rell Landes Glenda Lantis, Linda Larson, Dennis Lauer, Pat Lawrence, Faith Lawton, Mary Lou LeFort Roberta LeFort, Marla Leuen- berger, Leona Lewis, Bob Lind- say, Delores Lira, Jim Lisher Leslie Little, J. B. Littleiohn, Archie Lohness, Glen Long, Jeannie Long, Lavina Long Linda Long, Margaret Longaker, Gabriel Lopez, Dan Lundgren, Paul Lynn, Mary McCandless Kenneth McCann, Duane Mc- Carter, Gerald McCarter, Rosa- lie McClaran, Ernest McClel- lan, Barbara McClenny Kay McClintick, Randall Mc- Cormick, Maurice McCullough, Charles McCurdy, Jeanette Mc- Donald, Marvin McDonald Helen McGrew, John McGrew, Carole McJunkins, Nancy Mc- Kay, Karen McKee, Mike Mc- Kee Juanita McNeal, Jay McReyn- olds, Carol McWilliams, Sally Mack, Peggy Maddern, Jimmy Mah Marianne Marshall, Mike Mar- lin, Janet Mann, Susan Main, Bill Martin, Lynne Martin Richard Martin, Larry Marx, Dick Matthes, Marie Matthiesen, Sandra Mattox, Richard May- hew Rudy Mendoza, Teresa Men- doza, Barbara Merrick, Allen Meyers, Gary Michael, Sharon Michael Judy Miller, Marcia Miller, Ron- ald Miller, Victor Miller, Carolyn Mitchell, Jim Mitchell Jack Mize, Lee Moege, Claudia Moeller, John Monthey, Ray Moreland, Ronald Morgan John Munson, James Murray, Barbe Naugle, Bebe Naugle, Norma Kay Neal, Bill Nelson Marjorie Nemechek, Jacqueline Newman, Bill Nicol, Roger Noble, Norman Noe, Marilyn Noller Mary Ann Norman, Mary Nor- ris, Kenneth Norton, John O'Brien, Nadeane Ogan, Allen Oldham , " ,J ii.. K K ,fi ,,, Q. . ...av J L -'il P 1 5 -.. . .,. i RQ 5 2 A v . '55 . A .Q-1 .x N, i We 1 My JW W Q ,fn 4. 'Y 4' ' .ll of 5 Q 4 f f ,, rx 1 J. I Fl x is 4 . gif c f. .1 .rt zz, sir, W. W va ' -Q J 5 4, FJ. . ,S .5 5' 4- 'i 1 N 535 n -2' Q N 4' ii .-ar, " .6 -17 at ,B is We Q Q: A3-i R ,, ii? 9 A :sz iir iie, E L J 'it' lii, rlff - 'i-f i1se,l: ,..'-l .. .-Q wk, L 1 M: in 11 Q. 1. 'mf tz' if Qffl. -1 . H, ,ff W. ,, X 41 ' :ii s if ta is 9553.1 J,-fi 53 ri ft Charlene Oroke, Cato Ortiz, " ,V Linda Osborne, Lynne Overman, ii ,L f Carol Ann Owen, Dean Owen H L Lf' daisy, K f ' I -i. Wifi . ,, r K 5 ' 0 M, A 5 V . Lg my , 2 , ,ei.i C 2 " A M . A C .ill B B i?feL L f?'TlYN, a f ee', ,', f ,ff filila -5' Ji fs iii, 1 J - L ,.,. if ' ' ,f M Ili I .ll ' ' s ' - f , ? A fi xffz, ' 7 if , ,Q F5551 rf iff!! " ,gi-ggi f X .'.lu. l ff KVI ,, X sc is ff xxx ' ,. A I, , it if ky.. J . , 3, in 1,1 ..,,, .... , . . ,1 Zeal K 'D if F S.. 4 l 9 G Kc 4 if 4 is , . v ,,,,, . . k.,W 5 . kb 'Qi ,Pike , V V -,Q .3 - C7- lf Y 2 K.,-A W, I W v .4-111 "', n: , - W. Q. L3 xc. s N .. . .EW X 'I' f kat? , , 5 f A , J. . A r Qs' r : x 15 , . 4' . situ? SB ,f -1 f 1 f, Q . ' ', ' ' ' U W .rig 2, 1 'xlffm ' K x ?J . 4 We 1 . in A VX V Q - . A " 1, 1 -vqini , a t .fl , J-an . 5 fn. ' , ,R Qq i U " lu ! .h h " " Fi .,,. .bw ,K PY' '- .,,,' ,-., , 4 Zi' yi' I 'I , H 1 ...Ei . , H 4- vt-s f r ll .fn cl "ghL L 4 'Erie Y lIlASS lll l95li Jim Painter, Carl Palmer, Joyce Papenhausen, Janie Paramore, Richard Parmenter, Beverly Par- nell. Verla Parsons, Eleanor Patter- son, Mary Jo Paul, Kenny Payne, Alice Peele, Dave Pellett. Deanna Percifield, Arnetta Per- kins, Larry Peters, Harry Peter- son, Ronald Pettiiohn, Terry Petty. Norma Pfiester, Marlyne Phelps, Jerry Phillips, JoAnn Phillips, Rosemary Poirier, Beverly Pol- lard. Rex Polter, Jack Powell, Mar- iorie Powell, Joan Preston, Bob Price, Arthur Proctor. Jimmy Pusch, Richard Quiett, Mary Ramirez, Jim Ramos, Rob- ert Rangel, Vern Raven. Max Reams, Sue Reavis, Larry Redd, Ralph Redmond, Bill Reed, Jeannette Reed. Sherry Reed, Barbara Reeves, Nancy Renberger, Roy Renfro, Ann Rhodes, Jack Rice. Jackie Richardson, Vern Ridge- way, Billy Ridinger, Janice Rid- inger, Linda Ringey, Betty Roach. Ellen Roach, Rita Rae Robinson, Rosemary Rocha, Gary Roderick, Elisa Rodriguez, Janey Roe. Fred Rogers, Maxine Rohr, Jan- ice Romig, Sharon Rosenwald, Marsha Ross, Ollie Rucker. Leila Rulon, Roger Saut, Earl Savage, Donna Saylor, Grace Anne Sawyer, Elaine Scales. Deanna Schaeffer, Jerry Scheck, Ray Scheuermann, Norman Schiesser, Kathy Schmid, Mary Lou Schmidt. Larry Schneider, Joyce Schut- ter, Noel Scrivner, Joellen Senne, Marilyn Senne, Lawrence Serna. Delbert Shaver, Jim Shehi, Nancy Shepard, Howard Sher- oan, Kay Shiner, Bill Shively. Charlotte Shrimplin, Jack Shutt, Steve Shutt, Lillian Shy, Caro- lyn Silver, Larry Simmons. Clyde Sipes, Fred Skinner, Carol Slack, Barbara Smith, Barbara Smith, Darla Smith. me 1 ,f o 5" gurl in 2 . .. i S l ll! lst x , f . , 1 if '1 35 Fi No.4 - I , it .T q + 1 V , . We ..,,,,',. ' ,I FK 4. 'i' . ae 'J ,f X 5 Dick smith, Gerald smash, Law- 'rr rence Smith, Mary Smith, Mar- r V ,V K ilyn Smith. ffl an 35 2' xx V I 1 f K if L . 45 My .L at-9 is ,fs ei -' K- I . if sfs ' ll? 5 I If 1 1, 1-Yi 4 ' K I'-Q, ' ff- ilif .-' ff ' 53 J 9' l J 'xl A T' -'if X F V: 1 aw swf 'eil fi 1' 1' fi 5 Q x, , , , , J:--,Q re f J ti' re "' f ,,, t lk tt . t. it ,I Vg., S, K . ' ,, Q1 ,--J. 'flf I3 . l i lu 1 - - Qs' it M' V X Sfmt ,Nh V , A ,cpm 445' ii' :Linz ' ' 5 :gg b is i y. iw if ti tv I 7 L , ,,,, .. . ,L 1 m Q P-2 1 1 ,T V5 1... J, .t my -Q , Q R N if -f-S:-:A .tm ' .g:'.:.:-5.1, r- ' M. y fr 'Y4!'1211f'lf1, i I3 g 'll i is 3. . .. , t-.E i ., a ' ' J I ,- F 'Q -'Q V , 'wk it ' ' 'll' 'A it 1 s '44 .I " -'ft tt 1' , . 'f' S N sf, 'A 'X Q N, .fC SllPHllMllIllS Rosalie Smith, Shirley Smith Sonnie Smith, Katharine Smrha Johnny Sneden, Wesley Sneden Arlene Snook, Eileen Snook Gerald Snyder, Karen Snyder Payne Southard, Jack Spring: stead. Alan Stancliffe, Iona Stanford Clifford Starbuck, Jimmy Starr Fritzie Steele, Joseph Stevenson Sonia Stevenson, Harold Steves, Lee Stewart, Judy Stillie, Shar- ron St. John, John Stocking. John Stone, Saundra Stone, Bobby Stovall, Marvin Stovall, Charles Stroth, Mary Stuart. Howard Sudduth, Kitty Mae Sul- livan, Pete Sumey, Dixie Swain, K. K. Swanson, Norman Swartz. John Swogger, Rose Tague, Bill Taylor, Jewitt Taylor, Joanne Taylor, John Tetuan. Georgia Thomas, Glen Thurber, Robert Tibbets, Barbara Tillman, Sandra Tilton, Corrine Tinoco. Norma Tipton, Charles Tumble- son, Rod Turner, Mary Turner, Willa Turner, Venita Tutt. I Carl Twining, Diane Uland, Ger- ald Upchurch, Barbara Upshaw, Janet Viar, Don Vickland. Russell Viers, Paul Villar, Joyce Vorhies, Julie Walker, Jim Wal- lace, Dorma Wangerin. Linda Ward, Alan Warner, Ber- nard Warner, Clyde Wassen, Liz Warts, Dennis Weathers. Donna Webb, Lois Weed, Terri Weiter, Don Wells, Jerry West, Ted Wheat. Virginia Whittington, Karlene Wiese, Bob Wikkerink, Warren Wilcox, Frances Williams, Doug Wilmore. Beatrice Wilson, Donna Wilson, Marvin Wiseman, Doris Wolford, Mimi Wood, Tom Woodward. Sylvia Woollard, Gary Work- man, Susan Workman, Wanda Worthington, Charles Wray, Jim Wright. Tom Wright, Wilbur Wright, Jack Wyatt, Leo Wyles, Shirley Wyman, Nadine Yenkey. Dale Yenzer, Mariean Zefer- iohn, Robert Zeller, Donna Zir- kle, Darlene Zook. MASS lli H156 Janice Dailey, Bev Pollard, and Sharyn Blanka re-enact a bit of the roarin' twenties. Mary Norris, Barbara Reeves, and Janet Viar do u pantomime. lllli THE KIDS SllPHllIVllllll PAllll Grass skirts, hula dancers, and leis took the spotlight February 27 in the student cafeteria as the Sophomore Party dominated the scene. South sea islands was the theme of the annual party as palm trees, "volcanoes," and leis furnished the decorations. The program, under the L direction of Mimi Wood, featured varied acts rang- ing from pantomimes and psychoanalysis to song and dance solos. The THS dance band furnished the music for the 400 guests to dance by, and a movie was shown in the auditorium for those not wishing to dance. Refreshments are servedl 72 IHESE HANDS KNIIW THE JIIY UF SHARING uf ' 1' XV' JJ! vw? . J, f ff ,1 ,4 fi J gf Mawr, f M ,mwm:m:rm4-wxmzn-namxmm.w .1-vmsnv. ...,1-fvlfrm . . .ww-.. .,, it ATTENDANTS Janice Mitchell and Eddie Foree lHl Blli The All-School Party, to many students, is the high point of the school year. It is then that the highest honor possible is bestowed upon two stu- dents, boys and girls from all classes take part in the program, and the Christmas spirit prevails over all. Each and every student has a part in electing the King and Queen of the All-School Party and their attendants, first in the primaries in homeroom, and then the finals. This year the ten students were not made public until the World came out on Friday, and suspense was high for two days while the World had the best-kept secret of the school year. Then the night finally arrived. The program was set in a ski resort on Christmas eve. Each act was interesting and well-performecl as they ranged from an imitation of Rudolph Valentino to "Dia- monds Are a Girl's Best Friend." Then, when even the most reluctant of people had realized what the Christmas spirit was, the moment everyone was waiting for arrivecl. The corsage bearers filed down the aisle, and John Casson, Vice-President of the Student Congress, introduced the attendants. lllllll Their happiness shone in their faces as each couple received the applause of the audience. ATTENDANTS Lynne Gerlach and George Swank. s ole . ww ' Y 'ee' yamce bound resofl' . o v4 Eddie . sn0 hsgionfllsn umber in me .tpfo hex, n ao ' whom ga I Rope!! xx MN ll -SCH00l PARTY Then-most unforgettable of all . . . more even than the program, or the reception line, or the dance that followed . . . the moment the iuniors will treasure, and the seniors will never forget . . . came the king and queen of the all school party in one of the happiest moments of their lives . . . Roger Brown and Carol Crosby. KING ROGER QUEEN CAROL Football letterman Cheerleader Host Senior Girls' Council Thespian Head Hostess Madrigal Thespian Red Cross Council Representative Council Girls' Senior Glee "T" Club U ,Su N 42 ATTENDANTS Paul Dixson and Liz Hopkins Choir Sunflower Business Staff Honor T All-Time Honor T ATTENDANTS Wayne Rolley and Shirley Anclrish 'fi w- . one w,,Msr f or Du,-hw si "9 77 liz Hop H113 and C o,,,,is Curnun' Jim Gilcrist measures Carla Stewart YESTHIIIAYS' lU JoAnn Boies gives her interpretation of Johnny Ray while Lou Ann Oberhelman, Lynne Gerlach, and Ellen Gier wait their turn. for her cap and gown . . . a study in contrast. Carol Crosby and Janice Mitchell do their cowboy act during an assembly. Drum maiorettes Dorothy Miller, Cherie LaFromboise, .and Lois Hen- dricks stand at attention before the band during a chilly night football game. THE Yllll li I HEART All-Bllil Pflliil "Sad Sack" was the favorite at the All-Girl Party this year as everyone came dressed as her favorite comic strip character. A function of the Senior Girls' Council, the party in- cluded a fine program of entertainment led by Dick Tracy. Little Lulu and Tubby, Raggedy Ann and Andy, along with Sad Sack, won prizes for costumes. The girls ended their evening with refreshments of cokes and cookies. 1. Comic strip characters line up for the judging. 2. Mary Nason whirls in her contribution to the All-Girl Party. 3. Various expressions take form as the girls observe the different acts on the program 79 STUDENT STAFF Wayne King startles his rich relative, Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet, with his tales of Harvey. "HAllllll" Elwood P. Dowd, portrayed by Wayne King, pro- vided the initial comedy to the Masque and Wig play, presented with vigor and enioyment. One of his favorite lines, "What did you have in mind?" seemed to bring the height of amusement to those on stage as well as the large audience. Charlie's, Eddie's, Bessie's Barn Dance, and Benny's Drive ln were some of Elwood and Harvey's hangouts, as the action all took place in the Dowd family mansion and the waiting room of Chumley's Rest Home. The play was centered around the life of Elwood P. Dowd, who turned everything into an uproar by CHARACTERS Myrtle Moe Simmons ,.......,,,,..... . . .Joyce Warner Veta Louise Simmons. . . Elwood P. Dowd ..,.. Miss Johnson .,... . . . Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet . . Ruth Kelly, R, N. .... . Duane Wilson .... ,... Lyman Sanderson, M.D. .... . William R. Chumley, M.D.. . . Betty Chumley... Judge Omar Gaffney. . . E. F. lofgren ....... WAYNE KING as Elwood P. Dowd Carol Crosby . . , ,Wayne King .. Jacky Pulliam .. Sue Hiebert . . . . Liz Hopkins . . . .Wayne Swenson . . . . . .Warren Gay . . . .Ralph Seger . . . . .Linda Asay .......P'hil Taylor , .Narvelle Brooks introducing the invisible, six-foot rabbit, Harvey, to everyone. Veta Simmons, Elwood's sister, finally be- came so frustrated that she decided to put Elwood into a sanitarium to cure him of his rabbit "mania." Elwood was taken to Chumleyfs Rest Home, and after Dr. Sand- erson talked to both Veta and Elwood, he came to the conclusion that it was Veta who needed committing and not Elwood. Elwood even convinced him of Harvey's existence, in fact Dr. Chumley began to see Harvey too. Under the competent directorship of Miss Gertrude Wheeler, "Harvey" was made one of the best comedies THS has had in a long time. Director ......... ................. L ou Ann Oberhelman Assistant Director. ..... .......... ........ J a cky Pulliam Properties ............ Ellen Gier, Joanne Tindell, Lynne Gerlach Costumes. . ........ . Shirley Andrish, Carolyn Butts, Polly Webb Stage Manager ........................... Kenneth Adams Asst. Stage Manager .......................... Jim Bristow Business Manager. . . . . . ...... . . . . Harold Eads Asst. Business Manager. . ........... .... C arol Morford Publicity Directors .... ,... N ancy French, Nancy Howard David Calkins CAROL CROSBY JOYCE WARNER WARREN GAY LIZ HOPKINS as Veta Louise as Myrtle Mae as Dr. Sanderson as Ruth Kelly 'fl' :F MD' L.-iv Roger Brown greets Shirley Andrish, who plays Eliza- beth Barrett. Doctor Chambers Elizabeth Barrett Wilson .............., Henrietta Barrett ...... Arabel Barrett Octavius Barrett ..,.. Septimus Barrett ,....... Alfred Barrett .... Charles Barrett... Henry Barrett ...... George Barrett ,...., CAST ...........Francis Kelly ......Shirley Andrish ...........Dixie Viar .,,,,.,.,Kay Firestone ....,,...Rachel Pickett ...........Ronnie Goff .,.......David Calkins .........John Fernstrom ..............Wayne King .......Howord Johnson ......,..Norvelle Brooks Edward Barrett... . ........... Bill Drake Bella Hedley ....... ...,.....Y B ev Baird Henry Bevan ...,.............. ......... T om McCoy Robert Browning ....... Roger Brown Doctor Ford-Waterlow ....,......,.............................. Phil Taylor THE STUDENT STAFF Student Director ..A...V..................................,.. Nancy Howard Assistant Student Director .......,..,....,,,...... Harriet Adamson Costumes ............YeV,.. .. V...... Nancy French, Janice Mitchell, Nancy Cox, Brad Sheafor Properties .......... ,.Y.V,.... M argaret Hill, Willa Swift, Sally Mack, Sally Foose Business Manager .,...,,......... .,,,,,...,,,,.. . Carter Umbarger Assistant Business Manager... .............,....... Harold Eads THE BARRETT8 . ef' x f 1. . ff PL -- . ' Srfwfi .K Dixie Vior, Rachel Pickett, Kay Firestone, and Beverly Baird model their costumes. The Junior class play, The Barretts of Wimpole Street, was presented on April 26th. The presentation was entirely en- ioyed by the audience, as well as the persons working with the play. Elizabeth Barrett, along with her brothers and sisters, is ruled over by her father. The play has a very dramatic end- ing as Elizabeth and Robert Browning provide the romantic atmosphere. Having a largely talented cost, the suspenseful story kept everyone on the edge of their seats. lt was, by Ear, one of the best plays at THS in a long time under the direction of Miss Gertrude Wheeler. orolyn Condron, Jim Boling, and Nancy French. Roger Brown prepares to play his guitar for a square dance as Lou Ann Ober- Ralph Seger SPBGTKS to Carol Crosby in "Double Doors Others in elman watches, Others in the cast of "Green Grow the lilacs" were Doug Wallace, the cast included Shirley Andnsh, Wayne King, and Carolyn Stoneburner 81 UE WIMPUEE STREET DRKf1HTjg5 ' cr iw MASQUE AND WIG-Sitting: Carol Crosby, Wendelene Forney, Nancy French, Polly Webb, Nancy Howard, Liz Hopkins, and Dixie Vior, Second Row: Phil Taylor, Harold Eads, Connie Curnutt, Shirley Andrish, Jacky Pulliam, Ellen Gier, lou Ann Oberhelman, Sue Heibert, linda Asay, Vivian Casper, and Rachel Pickett. Back Row: Bill Hicks, Wayne Swenson, Warren Gay, Harry Turner, Tom McCoy, Wayne King, Bill Huttanus, Ralph Seger, Roger Brown, Norvelle Brooks, Brad Shealor, and Harold Geer. NlASllUlA llWlli-lHlSPlA S Sponsored by Miss Gertrude Wheeler, the Masque and Wig Club is Topeka High's basic dra- matic society. lt is composed of all students who have participated in the cast or staff of o school play. Members of the play production and stage- craft classes are also eligible to ioin. The highest honor in dramatics at Topeka High is to become a member of the National Thespian Society. To qualify for membership in Thespians, a student must have had at least 70 speeches in plays or have held a maior staff position. Each year an initiation dinner is held honoring the new members, The Gertrude S. Wheeler Troop No. 210 was proud to have 21 members this school year. The officers chosen at the beginning of school were: President, Ralph Seger, Vice-Presi- dent, Wayne King, and Secretary-Treasurer, Shir- ley Andrish. The faculty sponsor is Miss Gertrude Wheeler. , . I Q THESPIANS-Sitting: Carol Crosby, Jayne Bronson, Dale Barham, Lou Ann Oberhelman, Nancy French, and Liz Hopkins. Second ROW: Jacky Pulliam, Joyce Warner, Nancy Howard, Rachel Pickett, and Shirley Andrish. Back Row: Wayne Swenson, Bill Hicks, Roger Brown, David Calkins, Warren Gay, Harold Geer, Phil Taylor, and Ralph Seger. 82 NIHVIIIRIIS Whui is it? The complefion of one of The muny THS assemblies. Sfudenls make fl1E must of the cnnuul College Day. wr 4 PEP CLUB OFFICERS Sealed: Pct McCluggcge, Joanne Tindell, and Lou Ann Oberhelmun. Sianding: Nancy French, Shirley Andrish, Caralee Turner, Lynne Gerluch. rf 2 GEORGE SWAN K President JOHN CASSON Vice-President JIM MILLER Speaker of Representative Council wiiu I mai Sllllll Our very active Student Council has again turned in a creditable performance as the main student governing body of THS. As leaders of the whole school, these officers were closely connected with its personality and activities. Sponsored by J. M. Hill, and presided over by John Casson, Student Congress Vice-President, the council was truly democracy in action. INDUCTION DAY George Swank, John Casson, and Jim Miller. J get ,r- Gy lillVlllNMlNl lll Cll Proiects such as presenting assemblies and varsities, Student Congress Week, All School Party, directional markers on the stairways and revising the election rules and Honor "T" points were high- lights of their program. Our Student Council is a member ot the Na- tional Associations of Student Councils and several members attend the Student Council Conference held in Lawrence each year. INDUCTION DAY George Erickson, Caralee Turner, and Delores Arn. SUE REEDER Secretary of the Point System '-C -up-019' J lr J 85 JO STERRETT ' Commissioner ElLEN GIER Election Clerk 4 4.1 .wmv---, K, is if' Us Q, si mn CIIU EHS SENIOR BOYS' COUNCIL-Sitting: Arnett Atkinson, Paul Dixson, Gary Heath, and Lee Beatyj Second Raw: Don Newman, John Casson, Ruwal Freese, Jerry Knight, Dee Kuettner, and Jim laidler. Third Row: Chug Tuttle, Harry Turner, Arnold Grundeman, and Dan Garrison. Back Row: George Swank, Jim Wolfe, Phil Baker, Gale Wolfe, Fred Jones, and Charles Swartz. Performing many duties of a service nature about the school is the ever-to-be-counted-on Senior Boys' Council. - The members, one elected from each homeroom, serve as hosts at open house, assist with college day plans, and the sophomore induction assembly, as well as other activities, and often vote financial assistance to other student organizations on the need basis. Teaming with the Senior Girls' Council on many occasions, this group of senior boys, guided and sponsored by Leonard Moulden, Dean of Boys, respect and fulfill their responsibilities and deserve the praise they fully earn. Sponsoring the "Senior Shake-up" was one of the main proiects of the Senior Girls' Council this year. Led by President, Lou Ann Oberhelman and Secretary, Jayne Bronson, these girls were of great service to the school. One regular member and an alternate is chosen at the beginning of each school year from the Senior homerooms. This year the girls were hostesses at Open House, sponsored the Sugar 'n Spice letters, served punch at the Parents Council, sponsored the All-Girl Party, sponsored a coke party for new girls, sponsored a Christmas program for Topeka State Hospital patients and wrapped gifts and took cookies to them, served at Vespers, helped sponsor College Day, and carried on other various projects for the bet- terment of the school. ! 1 ,. .t, SENIOR GIRLS' COUNCIL-Sitting: Rachel Pickett, Kay Berg, Darlene Beeman, Jayne Bronson, lou Ann Oberhelman, Lynne Gerlach, Jayne Ferrin, and Joan Klopfstein. Second Row: Janice Fernstrom, Joanne Tindell, Margaret Peach, Nancy Howard, Mary Frazier, Shirley Andrish, Carol Crosby, Jacky PUlll0I111 Mary Anne Taylor, Carolyn Cochran, and Pat McCluggage. CSQGQOPV. sg O 3 nivnisi iinvi vw... QQ t can cu W 1:5 Sei 'YN Your activity book furnishes admission into these games. Consisting of one representative from each homeroom, the ommend bills for various improvements and discuss school prob- Representative Council meets every Thursday morning. Chosen lems. by his fellow council members, Speaker of the House Jim Miller The Council Attorney is Arnold Grundeman, and Bfdd presides over the meetings. Sheafor is Vice Speaker. John Neff serves as faculty sponsor. This council has full responsibility in the selling of activity Thus the Student Congress of 1953-1954 leaves its mark in tickets and has charge of the Homecoming festivities. They rec- Topeka High history. Front Row: Sally Shideler, Sally Cahill, Beverley Baird, Lois French, Georgia Anderson, Judy Miller, Donna Webb, Deanna Schaeffer, and Beverly Bacon. Second Row: Wanda Swisher, Marian Lewis, Caralee Turner, Grace Hiebert, Mary Kay Swanson, Ellen Gier, JoAnn Boies, Liz Hopkins, Marilyn Noller, Sharyn Blclnka, and Rosalyn Harder. Third Row: Mariorie Brooks, Jean Beal, Lois Allen, Margie Crook, Charlene Oroke, Joyce Atchison, Kay Shower, Elaine Pierce, Lenore Erxleben, Mary McCanclless, and Carole Johnson. Fourth Row: Mary Lou Prabel, Midge Mulkey, Patsy Kelly, Carolyn Elnicki, Mary Nason, Barbara Mah, Nancy Kay, Barbara Eklund, Grace Sawyer, and Nancy Owsley. Fifth Row: Bill Taylor, Kit Comfort, Jim Lacy, Bill Cohn, Brad Sheafor, Wayne Rolley, Jack Litwin, Norman Swartz, and Eugene Watson. Bock Row: Fred True, Roger Brown, and Mark Saylor. if wnu anim rl ri SlIHll 1 il Upper left: A busy day at the polls. Above: Julius Lincoln escorts John Sneden, alias Joe the Schmoe to iail. Right: A campaign band attracts a crowd in the hall. With the first six weeks of school came the elections -a means of becoming better acquainted with Kansas government, after which T.H.S. government is modeled. The voters were faced with much indecision, for all candidates were of the best material, but with well- conducted campaigns to influence the voters, the com- petition was soon narrowed as the primaries came and went. Bright posters, blaring bands, big hats, and bal- loons marked only a few of the campaign items used to win the eyes and the x's of the voters. H .i ..-04" . nmucu Hman llllllll S Rye R ti f. ..! As the finals drew near, interest centered around the race for president and vice-presi- dent of the student congress as George Swank and Ralph Seger on one ticket and Wayne Rolley and John Casson on the other battled for the maiority of votes. Resulting was a split decision as Swank and Casson emerged the victors. Smoothly guiding the elections through its various phases were Joel Sterrett, election commissioner, Ellen Gier, election clerk, and Grace Van Tries, faculty advisor. Upper right: Janice Mitchell greets the first earthmen on the moon-Ralph Seger, George Swank, and Wayne King. Above: Jayne Allen meets the big bad wolf, better known as Ronnie Goff. Left: Wayne Rolley and John Casson make their last bids for votes. 89 X9 MQ' in K v is I Representing the Play Cadets are Virginia W X X l. McGrew, Mary Dille, and John Fernstrom. I f, f ff PlAl C UETS AN USHER ClUB Taking tickets and leading guests to their seats in the auditorium were the duties of the usher club members who ap- peared at their posts an hour before each performance. The girls, donned in formals, and the boys, in dark suits, performed at every dramatic function and served as door keepers for the three general sessions of the Kansas State Teachers' Association in the fall. If an usher has reported and served club meeting throughout the year, two points towards an Honor T may be earned. Miss Evelyn McCauley sponsors the play cadets, which are on hand at all plays to take tickets and hand out programs. . ff-ig Q i 1 y ft 5 25- l K-il e I 47 A-'Li at every performance and attended each Tele !! SQ l f ff y fx 'fi T I7 ,MWC USHER CLUB Front Row: Marilyn Brooks, Barbara Eklund, Nancy French, Colene Henson, Mary Lou Prabel, Nancy Swanstrom, Joanne Taylor, Cynthia Bonner, Joyce Dryden, and Phyllis Reeves. Second Row: Alice Newbalt, Midge Mulkey, Sue Robb, Shirley Harrison, Jane Crow, Lynne Martin, Dana Dickerson, Dorothy Miller, Carolyn Cochran, Ann Johnson, Mary Kay Swanson, Barbara J0llI'lSfOl1, Sandra Shaw, Cynthia Shell, Sally Mack, Helen Frederick, and Barbara Merrick. Back Row: Melinda Taylor, Karen McKee, Dolores Lindholm, Jim Pulliam, Norvelle Brooks, Gary Rowles, Malcom King, Thelma Butterfield, Colleen Krionderis, and Dorris Truitt. Missing: Janice Fernxtrom, Kerstin Barger, Coral Snyder, Judy Finley, and Harold Eads. UllSl'S PlllllIlllllSs llllllllll ASSISTA iS fails NURSES' PROCTORS-Front Raw: Carolyn Daves, Judy Finley, Loretta Brown, Beverly Adkins, Marilyn Senne, and Mariorie Raby, Buck Row: Pat Kulp, Wanda Worthington, Pam Churchill, Donna Zirkle Mariorie Crook, Lorna Hayes, and Rada Bryant. Selected from recommendations of honesty, personality, and intelligence by junior high school principals, are the sophomore proctors of Mrs. Fern Taylor, Topeka High's registered nurse. After completing their sophomore year, the girls may continue if they desire to be her proctors in their iunior year. Stressing courtesy and confidence, Mrs. Tay- lor trains her able assistants to answer phone calls, carry call slips to students, and to perform other duties. Ever prepared to aid the nurse in treating ailing Troians are these proctors, a branch of the T.H.S. proctor system. Representative of student assistants in school libraries throughout the state are these thirty- six helpful Troians who assist the members of the library staff: Miss Jean Robertson, Mrs. Naomi Cowger, and Miss Lois Fergus, in serving the student body and faculty. Among the duties assigned to them are checking out books and magazinesxand assist- ing in processing books and shelving them as well as the daily task of keeping track of enter- ing students. The boys lend helping hands when class sets of books are transferred by books trucks to the various rooms of the building Points toward an Honor T and how to make better use of the library for themselves and for those whom they serve, are the rewards for their faithful service. STUDENT LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Front Row: Tima McCune, Gracia Hansen, Carole Mcjunken, Gail Denton, Nancy Harbes, Judy Perine, and Carolyn Butts. Second Row: Joyce Warner, Dorothy Spicer, Sharon Bigg, Elaine Pierce, Virginia Weeks, Margaret Hill, Mary Dille, and Delores Lindholm. Back Row: Jack Warner, Jerry Mcbgnqld, Gary Fargo, Frank Dilley, Jim Fisk, Max Maare, Jim Pulliam, and John Fernstrom. Missing: Larry Breuninger, Don Newman, Darryl Warren, Carol Brown, Kenneth Comfort, Joe Morgan, Richard Miller, Norvelle Brooks, Phyllis Beale, Gene Miesse, Stan Ridgeway, Barry Jackson, and Tom McCoy. w 3- OFFICE PROCTORS-Front Row: Janice Romig, Linda Larson, Colene Henson, Janie Pararnore, Dolores Arn, and Carol Wilmore. Second Row: Kay Cham- ness, Andrea Paul, Nancy Peterson, Dixie Good, Marilyn Noller, Beverly Pollard, and Jean Beal. Back Row: Joellen Senne, Gale Wolfe, and Marcia Miller. HALL PROCTORS-Front Row: Jayne Ferrin, Sandra Frienmuth,Sally Coleman, Beverley Dcllard, Lenore Erxleben, Wilma Albin, Gloria Cook, and Janice Jaquith. Second Row: Sharon St. John, Janis Barry, Kerstin Barger, Ronna Sue Haflich, Marcia Scott, and Willa Swift. Back Row: Phil Baker, Jim Wolfe, Phil McMullen, Dick Barrett, Charles Hummert, John Newcomb, and Bob Sellards. innnuisnuui iiiuv PIilllIlliIiS Treading through the halls, assist- ing the administration in many ways, are the office proctors. They run countless errands, taking call slips, memos, and special bulletins as they efficiently accomplish their iobs. Lurking around every corner are E. L. Fink's hall proctors. They are always willing to give you the right directions and to keep order. Headed by three proctor captains, they are kept busy checking passes. Always there to help break the monotony of daily assignments are the "Audio-visual aids". Educational movies shown by the movie proctors, sponsored by Vernon Hayes, make learning easier and more enioyable. li' - MOVIE PROCTORS--Front Row: Vernon Hayes, sponsor, Liz Hopkins, Nancy Owsley, Marcia Laird, PROCTOR CAPTAINS Phyllis Wilder, and Midge Mulkey. Back Row: Paul Dixson, George Ashworth, Phil Sanders, Larry Joanne Tindell, Phil Baker, Willa Swift Kaiser, ROY1I1ie Goff, Michael Mflrlin, Dave Pellett, Delbert Marshall, and Vic Graves. 92 USTUUIA A D EAFETHHA WUHKERS me-.di Front Row: John Davidson, H. W. Schwindt, W. K. Wright, Fred Stewart, Duane Bobach, Kenny Edwards, Buck Row: P. E. laxon, Rose Starbird, Carl Brock, Bertha Royer, Harold Richardson, Carl Simons, Percy Phelps, Tommy Davis, and Clarence Hendrix. Missing: Earl Haffhines. Responsible for the clean halls and rooms every morning and for cleaning them every night are the ever efficient custodians. This group consists of a very hard-working crew doing a first class iob. The preparation of the food served daily in the cafeteria is no small task. Supervised by Eunice Youngquist, the 'l,7OO Troians and their teachers are served delicious lunches at reasonable prices. These workers deserve praise from everyone. Front Row: Ernest Owens, Nettie Harding, Dorothy Baldwin, lda Carroll, Myra Dick, Harold Harding, Anna Shaw, Anna Aldridge. Back Raw: Perry Bonham, Ethel Buckman, Goldie Sleare, Mary Bratton, Kittie Belle Price, Peter Kramer, Myrtle Drennon, Freda Winnie. gl! it fr ulY T' I R A , - 6 i' l G . i If 1 it I . 1 ,ggigq I G -V .. As ajunior Kiwanis club, the Key Club spon- sored by Leonard Moulden, Dean of Boys, did many useful things of a service nature about the school. The boys sold peanuts in the annual Ki- wanis pet parade and turned over the profits to help underprivileged children. Over 1,200 stu- dent directories, compiled by the club members, were sold as one of the first money-raising proiects of the school year. Guest speakers, invited by the boys, ap- -5 x,,,,,fe.i. KW ' FXQ peared on several of the meeting programs and discussed various subjects which the club members were interested in. Officers elected for the year were: John Cas- son, President, Jim Miller, Vice-President, George Swank, Secretary: and Wayne Swenson, Trea- surer. Jim Miller was elected District Governor, and Paul Eldien was elected District Secretary- Treasurer. , Ju mn Kiwi is Illl lllllll Arnold Grundeman, John Shields, and Ralph Seger sell student directories as Wendell Brown, Kiwanian, looks on. gf K1 1,1 j X j ff, f XJ, f ,734 V ' ji' 0 Que i -on 2 15 7 KEY CLUB-Sitting: Arnold Grundeman, John Shields, Fred True, John Casson, Kent May, Wayne Swenson, and Dan Second Row: Ralph Seger, Bob Sellards, Gary Heath, Norman Swartz, Jim Fisk, Lee Beaty, Dan Casson, Carter Umbarger, Jim lacy, Rex Owen, Lyle Johnson, and Frank Willie. Third Row: Leonard Moulden, Paul Allen, Max Moore, Dan Noe, Fred Grundeman, Tom Brown, Charles Hummert, Dee Kuettner, Jerry Chelson, Fat Aherne, Mike Marlin, Wendell Brown, and Walter Hilmer. Fourth Row: Tom Coffelt, Jim Fretz, Dave Lawrence, Steve Luebbe, Tom Heath, Arthur Glassman, John Fernstrom, Dick Gillespie, O. H. Beaty, and Al Schober. Back Row: Dick Oxandale and John D. Holtwick. Garrison. llllS HI-Y A ll I l 1 Hi-Y-Front Row: Dick Barrett, Wayne Swenson, Jerry Knight, Warren Gay, and Ruwol Freese. Back Row Steve Luebbe, Jim Lawson, Dick Oxandale, Norman Grove, and Don Newman. With the motto, "to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian fellowship throughout the school and community," the Topeka High Hi-Y group, guided by Bill Schnebel and Tom Hinde, sponsors, met regularly in room 200. Newly organized two years ago to develop boys around the three points of the YMCA triangle-body, Under the sponsorship of Miss June Henderson, some of the Y-Teens' many proiects this year included a serv- ice program at Halloween for the State Hospital, a comic book drive for the regular hospitals, and book, record, and material drives for the State Hospital. They made tray favors at Easter for an orphanage, listened to a series of discussions on self-improvement, heard an interesting talk by Mrs. Wagner on Norway, had a panel on comparative religions, and heard Dr. Edward mind, and spirit-the organization still needs to gain membership and further their number of proiects. Officers elected this year were: Steve Luebbe, Presi- dent, Wayne Swenson, Vice-President, Dick Oxandale, Secretary-Treasurer, Don Erwin, Chaplain, Jerry Knight, Sergeant-at-arms, and Bob Orr, Program Chairman. Greenwood speak on "After High School, What?" at a dinner for the graduating Y-Teens. This year's Y-Teen officers were President, Sue Reeder, Vice-President, Harriet Adamson, Secretary- Treasurer, Willa Swift, Devotion, Yvonne Johnson, Music, Janet Davison,Service,Grace Thompson:Program, Dorothy Miller, and members of the lnterclub Council, Midge Mulkey and Carolyn Butts. Y-TEENS-Front Row: Marcia Boyd, Dorothy Miller, Midge Mulkey, Carol Wilmore, Kay Shower, Joyce Rust, Judy Perine, and Ardith Lehman. Second Row: Karlene Bailey, Willa Swift, Janice Booher, Grace Thompson, Yvonne Johnson, Janet Davison, Gloria Cook, and Janice Tholl. Back Row: Sue Reeder, Carolyn Butts, Marian Merchant, Nancy Bishop, Jay Davis, Dixie Good, Phyllis Viergever and Mar- iorie Ladbu ry. VARSITY CADETS-Front Row: Deanna Pate, DeAnn Hughes, Beverly Beeler Harriet Adamson, Willa Swift, and Nesbia Guillory. Second Row: Janet Viar, Diziie Viar, Joanne Tindell, Carol Morford, Sally Brown, Peggy Brown, Lynne Gerlach, Nancy Harbes, Darlen Rh t ' e oen, and Mary Nell Newsom, Third Row: Lenore Erxleben, Kay Berg, Carolyn King, Lou Ann Oberhelman, Grace Hiebert, Dalores Lindholm, Carolyn Butts, Midge Mulkey, Ann Johnson, and Joyce Dryden. Fourth Raw: Cicely Bennett, Sandy Mosiman, Jo Suzan Curtis, Nancy Howard, Alice Newbolt, Darlene Beeman, J A . . . . o nn Boles, Joan Klopfstein, and Barbara Howerton. Fifth Row: Shirley Hockensmith, Nancy Henley, Marcia Latter, Ellen Gier, Jayne Bronson,Mary Sears, Beverley, Dcllard, Gail Denton, Gretchen Frank, and Mary Kay Swanson. CHECK STAND A B A WORKERS, Front Row: Gretchen Frank, Dixie Viar, ll lHl Jllll lil-llll WlllllllllS Checking coats at school and parent-teacher functions is the main job ot the ever-efficient check stand workers. Under the leadership ot Mr. Shoyer, the girls went through the year without any mix-ups. Through the efforts of Mr. Shoyer and his varsity cadets, the varsities this year were a success and everyone had a good time. Those chosen from a list ot volunteers served as ticket sellers, ticket takers, operators of the public address system, sellers of re- freshments and directors of conduct on the dance floor. and Janet Viar. Back Row: Lou Ann Oberhelman, Ernestine Johnson and Beverley Dol- lard. 1 GAME CADETS-Front Row: Dixie Via J nn T' d ll The services of the game cadets contribute greatly to the success of our home football and basketball games. With Jack Dean and Clarence Mullenix as supervisors, the cadets attend all games to distribute pro- grams, sell and take tickets. r, on e in e , Carol Morford, Lou Ann Oberhelman, Sally Brown, Peggy Brown, Lynne Gerlach, Mary Kay Swanson, Mary Nell Newsom, and Ardith Lehman. Second Row: Barbara Ronsick, Sandy Mosiman, Nancy Henley, Jo Suzan Curtis, Alice Newbolt, Jayne Branson, Carolyn Butts, JoAnn Boies, Jaan Klopfstein, Ellen Gier, and Gloria Cook. BEHI ll lHl llllll llllS C0 IIESSIII STA ll SNACK BAR WORKERS: Jean Fleming, Barbara Waller, Velma Fleming, and Shirley Williams. Far too little credit is given to the Snack Bar Workers, who so willingly help every night after school. Starting at 3:15 and working until 4:00, these helpers sell candy bars, popcorn, pop, gum, school supplies and various other things to the students. The Snack Bar Workers are sponsored by Charles Shoyer. The Concession Stand is always available for those who feel the need of refreshments at football or basketball games. Half the fun of a game is the popcorn and candy bars. These and many more items were supplied to both the Troians and the visiting spectators by the Concession Stand Workers, another group sponsored by Charles Shoyer. They were on the iob every game to make it more fun for everyone. CONCESSION STAND WORKERS--Front Row: Carol Snyder, Velma Fleming, Beverly Beeler, DeAnn Hughes, and Sharlet Stancliffe. Back Row: Beverly Wilson, Jo Ann Phillips, Beatrice Wilson, Karen Sue Robb, and Mary McCracken. 97 HOSlS SENIORS-First Row: Lynne Gerloch, Janet Davison, Lenore Erxleben, Dixie Viar, Jayne Ferrin, Lou Ann Oberhelman, Nancy Howard, Carol Crosby, Sally Brown, Joyce Dryden, Darlene Beeman, Kay Berg. Second Row: Alice Newbolt, Carolyn Covert, Joanne Tindell, Dolores Lindholm, Nancy Cox, Shirley An- drish, Janice Mitchell, Jan Larson, JoAnn Boies, Peggy Brown, Marilyn Perrin, Peggy Webb, Carol Wil- more, Polly Webb, Melinda Taylor, Carol Kendall. Third Row: Carolyn Cochran, Dorothy Miller, Roger Brown, Harry Turner, Twila Standerfer, Jayne Bronson, Liz Hopkins, Dick Oxandale, Jim Wolfe, John Fernstrom, Jerry Knight. JUNIORS-First Row: Beverly Beeler, Dolores Arn, Mary Kay Swanson, Nancy Harbes, Jayne Allen, Jacque Alvis, Judy Allen. Second Row: Harriet Adamson, Gretchen Frank, Carolyn Butts, Willa Swift, Lois Allen, Barbara Howerton, Beverley Dollard, Judy Arndt. Third Row: Emmett Thompson, Everett Brown, Brad Sheafor, Arthur Glassman, Harold Eads, Tom Heath. ses-uma SHUT SOPHOMORES-First Row: Mimi Wood, Lois French, Janice Ridinger, Sherry Reed, Sally Foose, Second Row: Margie Crook, Janet Viar, Joyce Atchison, Max Reams, Beverly Pollard, Rodene Jennings, Janie Paramore. 98 HOSllSSlS A well-organized and clean cafeteria is mostly credited to the Hosts and Hostesses. Their iob is to keep the Troians orderly and the tables and chairs in order during the three lunch periods. This group is sponsored by Mrs. Esther Kingman, who is assisted lay seven head hosts and hostesses. They are for the 1953- 54 year: Carol Crosby, Nancy Howard, Lou Ann Oberhelman, John Cleland, Paul Dix- son, Warren Gay, and Harry Turner. jawn f f SFX if i V Lise, DN TN Q29 Q lf: E KL, 1 Z D 5 egg- :M lx 'Qi lx' lei .75 In K J ll fires REMIMBERI li There's really some ccfion w en e ihe floor! h fh THS ieom gets on Warren Gay. ,nw , , .-,Q K I Sl? ei' u , -. ' " - .,,, ,nf A fc! 'cv HEAD HOSTS AND HOSTESSES Secfed: Harry Turner, Lou Ann Oberf I b Sf ndin : Nancy Howard, John Cleland, and helmcn, and Caro Cros y, a g ,,,,.:i Bonnie Becker and linda Larson give a prevue of the Sophomore Party. ' . ig PHOTOGRAPHY .lohn Davenport snaps a 4 picture of Kay Chamness and Marian Lewis. RADIO James Howard tests some wiring. MACHINE SHOP Wayne Jarvis, Jerry Royer, and James Hockenbarger collaborate on a tricky problem. WITH I IIIAI For those wishing a more special- ized training in various vocations, Topeka High's Trade School offers a valuable foundation and training ground. Equipped with the best possible facilities, the school offers six main classes: radio mechanics, photog- raphy, electricity, auto mechanics, machine shop, and welding. v XQQMJHM 100 7 Hum CAREERS ,HUIII Veterans' vocational rehabilita- tion is taught during the day as well as to Topeka High students. There are night classes for iourneymen and apprentices. Well-trained instructors offer the students and other members of the community a chance to succeed in the vocation ot their choice. I AUTO MECHANICS Sammy Paige investigates IO1 a car engine which is act- ing up. ELECTRICITY Jim Pointer, Bob Blevans, and Bob Dean learn some technicalities of electricity. WELDING The sparks fly as Butch Rolstom and Ted Cooper get busy. This year, the second year French students organized a French Club under the sponsorship of Jerry O'Sullivon. Meeting every other Wednesday evening, the club enjoyed themselves by singing songs, having discussions on French art, and playing games in French. The first year students joined after the first semester which made the club considerably larger. Most of the members subscribed to a French newspaper. The officers elected at the start of school were: Jayne Ferrin, President, Dana Dickerson, Secretary-Treasurer, Lou Ann Oberhelman, Program Chairman, and Lylah Nyman, Chef de chant Cleader of the FRENCH CLUB-Front Row: Carolyn Covert, Carol Kendall, Dana Dickerson, and Dolores Arn. Back Row: Howard Nance, Lou Ann Oberhelman, and Jerry O'Sullivon. singingj. lllll lIlUll-llll CH lflllll Topeka High is honored to have the largest Junior Classical League in the state. With Mrs. Helen Sutherin as sponsor, the Latin Club again this year proved to be worthy of its recognition, as it started off the year by winning first prize with a Helen of Troy float. The Latin Club held a banquet in March where every- one came dressed in Roman style. ln the spring, they had Open House for all students from the Junior High schools that were interested in Latin. Each class elected officers and the five presidents were as follows: Linda Larson, Barbara Barnett, Jim Miller, Tom Brown, and Harold Geer. Topeka High should be very proud of its Latin Club and its fine sponsor. LATIN CLUB OFFICERS-Front Row: Mrs. Helen Sutherin, sponsor, Larry Reeder, Joanne Taylor, Joyce Dryden, and Harold Geer. Second Row: Frances Dixon, Linda Larson, Janice Jaquith, Mary Carter, Barbara Barnett, Jim Pulliam, and Peter Caldwell, Back Row: Judith Hulse, Sandro Shaw, Jim Miller, Tom Brown, Barry Jackson, Donny Deaver, and Dick Mat-thes. 102 The Red Cross Council at Topeka High was tor the closed wards at Winter Veteran's Hos- 4-u-Q' i Sitting: Rachel Pickett, Judith Hulse, Nancy Howard, Ronnie Goff, Janice Mitchell, Harry Turner, Carol Crosby, Wolfdieter Kuettner, Jayne Allen, Marilyn Perrin, and Winnie Davis. Standing: George Swank, Miss Ruth Grandon, sponsor, Beverly Bacon, Jack Benton, William Jungman, Rex Roush, Linda Larson, John Holtwick, Donna Webb, Marla Leuenberger, Brad Sheafor, Caralee Turner, Ellen Gier, Barbara Frager, Marian Lewis, Grace Sawyer, Carter Um- barger, Janie Paramore, K. K. Swanson, and Dave Curnutt. wnu cuiiniui Hill' .lll lllll lllll lIllllSS CHU llll again very active this year as many programs and proiects were planned for Winter Veteran's Hospital, the Topeka State Hospital, and for the crippled and homebound children in the commu- nity. Led by their president, Harry Turner, the group sponsored and presented various things at the school, including a dance in April and an assembly on Armistice Day. The Valentine party pital highlighted the services of the council. Officers of the Red Cross Council for the T953-54 year were: Vice-President, John Cas- son, Secretary, Carol Crosby, and Treasurer, Janice Mitchell. The president, Harry Turner, was elected as a district representative of Red Cross Councils. Above: A wreath is placed on the boulder honoring the Topeka High students who gave their lives on the battlefield by Harry Turner. Left: A pageant is presented during the Red Cross assembly. The characters are played by Jerry Phillips, Brad Sheafor, Barbara Frager, Jack Benton, and Don Hearn. BAND-Comets: Tom Bennett, Minter Brown, John Churchill, Tom Clark, Jan Fry, Laura Graves, Ronald Janes, Paul McGuire, Richard Pelton, Jim Roper, Laurin Schutter, Joel Sterrett, Marvin Stovall, Roger Saut, and Doug Wilmore. Tenor Saxophone: Kent Carter and John Dealy. Alto Saxophone: Arthur Gibson, Clayton Iiams, Coleen Krionderis, Dorothy Miller, Wilma Simpson, and Harold Steves. Trombones: Lawrence Carnahan, Gary Fargo, Robert Floyd, Bill Fisher, Franklin Foster, Don Hearn, Jessie Houdek, Harold Jessop, Harlan Klein, Tom Moore, Clifford Schaffer, Allen Smith, Wayne Wagner, and Howard Johnson. Bassoon: Raymond Haines and Mary Nason. Oboe: Richard Haines and Georgia Vallas. Flutes: Larry Bruce, Pat Clark, Carol Faulconer, Nancy Howard, Ann Johnson, Donna Lee Lamb, Margaret Peach, and Arlene Richardson. Baritones: Joyce Dryden, Robert Faust, Francis Kelly, and Dee Suddarth. Tubas: John Hubbard, Ray McCracken, Charles Messick, Clarence Schaffer, Dick Smith, and Bob Stine. Clarinets: Jackie Boal, Ramona Beurn, Virginia Brobst, Dean Bryant, Mary Butler, Shirley Collins, Kelly Deeter, Donna Denzler, Jane Etnyre, Lynn Fry, Barbara Hodges, Marilyn Jameson, Carole Johnson, Barbara Jones, Terry Kimble, Jim Lacy, Nancy Milliken, Peggy Pool, Jack Rigdon, Sharon Rosenwald, Sharron St. John, and Barbara Stockert. French Horn: Jack Bunds, Richard Carnahan, Bill Kearney, Ernie McClellan, Marjorie Raby, and Freda Webb. Drums: Donna Billings, Fred Bryant, Craig Carlson, Mary Dennis, John Gall, and Roger Johnson. Maioreites: Lois Hendrix, Cherie LaFromboise, Dorothy Miller, and Mary Sears. llilllll BA ll Under the direction of George Neaderhiser and Robert Hallman, the Trojan band and orchestra performed an outstanding job. The marching band drilled at all home football games, entered in pep parades, and serenaded Troy's homecoming queen in an impressive ceremony. The orchestra performed at various assemblies, as did the band, and at other functions. Their repertoire ranged from the classics to the modern. The band caused a minor sensation when they played "Dragnet". The school year was climaxed for the large student organizations when they performed their skillfully executed numbers at the spring concert. 104 George Neaderhiser directs a prac- tice session of the band. A ll llIiCHlSlliA ORCHESTRA-First Violins: Jacky Pulliam, Concertmistress, Rachel Pickett, Margaret Herr, Marylyn Smith, Dennis Lauer, Fred Tonsing, Jeanette Ferrell, and Sally Foose. Second Violins: Peggy Maddern, Principal, Linda Long, James Starbird, Sara Bean, Joe Jones, Louann Howard, and Claudia Moeller. Viola: Ernestine Johnson, Principal, and Janice Jacques. Cello: Carolyn King, Principal, Marianne Marshall, Charles Messick, Marian Harrison, Marvin Wiseman, and Jack Farnham. Bass: Sandra John, Principal, Dolores Lindhalm, Carol Owen, and Franklin Foster. Flutes: Ann Johnson, Becky Stafford, and Carolyn Covert. Oboes: Raymond Haines and Georgia Vallas. Clarinets: Shirley Collins, Jacqueline Boal, and Arthur Gibson. Bassoons: Richard Haines and Mary Nason. French Horns: John Lindsay, Phil McMullen, and Richard Carnahan. Trumpets: Jim Roper, Laura Graves, and Marvin Stovall, Trombones: Clifford Schaffer and Charles Swartz. Tuba: Clarence Schaffer. Tympani: Joyce Rust. Percussion: Craig Carlson. Piano: Leonard Hirschberg. Harp: Janet Davison. Conductors: Robert M. Hallman, and George Neaderhiser. : w 1---n-1,w1u.l-l.xxwm- we-.fm -can-iw.: 1r Slllill This year Topeka High again produced an outstand- ing operetta. The one chosen for the musical production was "Song of Norway," with lyrics and musical adap- tions by Robert Wright and George Forrest. The aper- etta, which involved the life of Edvard Grieg, composer, was directed by Elbert Fly, C. J. McKee, George Neader- hiser, and Robert Hallman. The operetta told the story of Rikaard Nordraak, a young poet, who had written a beautiful poem about Norway which Edvard Grieg, the young composer, had promised to set to music. The cauntess, Louisa Gio- vanni, an opera star, offered Edvard a job with her on her opera tour. A year later Nina and Edvard were mar- ried, but he never got around to writing the music Jerry Snell kisses Gretchen Frank after she an- nounces the date of their wedding, Ralph Seger is at- tracted by Gretch- en Frank's charms. . for Rikaard's poem. When Rikaard died, Edvard and Nina went back to Trold- haugen, away from the life of the cities. The student director was Lyle Landis. Costumes were handled by Darlene Beeman, Janice Fernstrom, and Ker- stin Barger. Publicity was under the direction of Susan Covington and Dale Bar- ham, and Nancy Howard directed the properties. Ruth Turner, Jerry Snell, and Gretchen Frank ioin in a trio at the reception. Rilcaa Sigrid . ,,.,....,,..,.... .. Einar .................. Nina Hagerup ........ Edvard Grieg .,.,,. Father Grieg ...,.. Mother Grieg ..,,,,... Freddy .VYV....................... UHWAY rd Nardrack .,.., .,,.,,,,,.... .....,. ......Shirley Andrish Eldon Manning ....,Marvin Bean Gretchen Frank Jerry Snell ,,...Roger Brown .....,.Jo Schendel Kay Firestone ,,.,.....Mary Sears .....,,Ralph Seger Count Peppi LeLoup. ,...,, . ' . . Ruth Turner Louisa Giovanni ,.,........., Miss Anders .......... . Maestro Pisoni ,,.,... V-Earol Wilmore .Lyle Landis Ronnie Goff Tito .....................,......,..........................., ..,,..... Adalina .........................e,A.,,..,,......................,.. Mary Nason The dramatic coach was Tam Hindef stagecraft was by ' ' D nces by Pat Key and Jeanne Cooperg Quentin Prosser, a d Annette Weussbeck. Gfld costumes Wefe UI1 EF Mary Nason, ballet performed to Ed as Aclalina, falls during va rd's music. the IX ,, , A 5 Nt 1 t Above: Eldon Manni g en Frank are unhappy Edvard Left: Gretchen the death of their frien 'Pei sr n and Gretch- because has become so worldly. S ll lam Frank and Jerry ne d Rikaard. ent ' x .j' if rf. ,ri ii -.s ,,,, MADRIGALS Seated: Darlene Beeman, Lyle Landis, Patty Wright, Jerry Snell, Jo Schendel, Eldon Manning, and Polly Webb, Standing: Lee Beaty, Shirley'Andrish, Janice Fernstrom, Roger Brown, Peggy Webb, Ralph Seger, Kay Firestone, Margaret Schulz, and Marvin Bean. MAlllllliMS--lilllllll The finest singing talent in the music de- partment of Topeka High is the Madrigal sing- ers. This group, carrying a heavy schedule on their shoulders, is under the direction of Elbert Fly. Their musical reputation is known through- out Topeka, as well as the rest of the state. They have entertained at many assemblies and civic organizations. I K 2 - lf The Choir, largest mixed vocal group, pre- sents many assemblies ot a religious nature, although one of their best-liked was a musical interpretation at a baseball game. Gowned in their gold and black, the Choir has entered many contests, music festivals, and entertained many organizations. CHOIR Front Row: Mary Nason, Marva Lou Powell, Lylah Nyman, Peggy Webb, Polly Webb, Andrea Paul, Marian Merchant, Roberta Lawson, Mar- garet Schulz, Wanda Mullin, Shirley Peterson, Patty Wright, and Melinda Taylor. Second Row: Ralph Seger, Gretchen Frank, Janet Davison, Peggy Oden, De Ann Hughes, Kay Firestone, Carol Snyder, Betty Macy, Carolyn Meyer, Shirley Hockensmith, Janice Mitchell, and Pat Gordon. Third Row: Robert Sellards, Harold Geer, Arnett Atkinson, Shirley Collins, Joan Klopfstein, Kay Berg, Marcia Laird, Jo Schendel, Darlene Beeman, Lenore Erxleben, Susan Covington, and Elbert Fly. Fourth Row: Paul Stuenkel, Marvin Bean, Ronnie Goff, Earle Hensley, Lyle Landis, Carol Wilmare, Nancy Howard, Kerstin Barger, Janice Fernstrom, Dale Barham, and Ruth Haas. Back Row: Larry Youngdoif, Bob Douglas, Lee Kelly, Phil Baker, Roger BYOWV1, Lee Beatty, Lyle Winklepleck, Eldon Manning, Phil McMullen, Jerry Snell, Kay Jo Hettinger, and Nancy Cox, I I if u- L ,X if A 1953! Y 4: V U I V 0' v ', I Wa' ?"5' f"3f , ' 4 ' - 0 O , L ., I K . Q51 ' f f. . 0 - . ., . f, 1 ..', 35,511 L PM N 5 M., Ig l .L . Q. W .. AH... Q ,, , 'l. BARITONE QUARTET Clarence Schaffer, Dee Suddarfh, Joyce Dryden, and Francis Kelley. 2. WOODWIND TRIO Shirley Collins, Ray Haines, and Mary Nason. 3. STRING ENSEMBLE Ernestine Johnson, Marilyn Smith, Sandra John, Margaret Herr, Mary Ann Marshall, Marilyn Harrison, Peggy Maddern, Marva Lou Powell, Linda Long, and Jeanette Ferrell. rn IVIUSIIIA SlllllllllS A: Q ff 3 ,WM ar yogi, . J ,, n :, ,A-. 1 1 3 'l. DANCE BAND Froni Row: Kent Carfer, Dick Smith, Arthur Gibson, Terry Kimble, and Tom Wood- ward. Back Row: Clifford Schaffer, Bill Fisher, Tom Bennett, Paul McGuire, Jim Roper, and John Dealy. 2. FLUTE QUARTET Carolyn Covert, Arlene Richardson, Mar- garet Peach, and Nancy Howard. 3. CLARINET TRIO Nancy Milliken, Carole Johnson, and Marilyn Jameson. E . , -1, . , Y Q I 'nl Q BAND OFFICERS-Jim Roper, Presidenf, Tom Moore, Vice-Presidenlg Minfer Brown, Secreiary-Treasurer, Shirley Collins, Business Managerp Ann Johnson, Social Chairman, Alan Smith, Sfudenf Condudarg and Don Hearn, Social Chairman. Missing: Wilma Simpson, Music Librarian. ill llAIl THE MUSIIIIA S ORCHESTRA OFFICERS-Shirley Collins, Presidenf, Phil McMullen, Vice-Presidenf, Carolyn King, Business Manager, firsi semesferg Dolores lind- holm, Business Manager, second semesferf Richard Haines and Mary Nason, Social Chairmen: Rachel Picketi, Student Conducforg Ann Johnson, Secrefary-Treasurer, and Jacky Pulliam, Librarian Knot piciuredl. NH' ' X w nk. i ,L ...f Q 111 Nl X X Q9 3 QM Q. ff 1 - "M l I - E 1 T 4 in 5 iz i g .S A '. 5 K Q. f., k ,,,. 4,1 . ,K , , , Q ., fc L Za. C is i li ,QQ g V, XX , ln DRUM MAJORETTES-Cherie La Fromboise, Lois Hendrix, Dorothy Miller, and Mary Sears. IIA ill Illl ll-IIHUNI lVlA.lllllllllS During school time, the Trojan dance band was formed and its members were initiated for the first time this year during school time. They added something special in the way of music as they played for all varsities following the games. Adding sparkle to the Troian band were the drum maiorettes who performed in parades and at football games. Their skill and coordination were especially fine this year as they acted as a unit instead of individually. Nancy Howard was the drum maior. DANCE BAND-John Deuly, Tom Woodward, Bill Fisher, Kent Carter, Harold Jessop, Dick Smith, Tom Bennett, Arthur Gibson, Paul McGuire Terry Kimble, Jim Roper. SINGERS-Carolyn Kernohan, Shirley Collins, Clifford Schaffer. 113 CHIAIIVI - WRIII B 449 CREATIVE WRITING Front Row: Grace Thompson, Mary Sears, Vivian Casper, and Mary Dille. Second Row: Sally Smith, Shirley Williams, Colleen Hayes, and Anita Merwin. Back Row: Fred Janes, .lon Zim- merman, and Jay Stewart. Students, interested in writing as a career or just as a way to express their thoughts, im- proved their style of writing under the instruc- tion of Miss Mabel Fry. Creative writing is a one semester course. Under the direction of Quentin Prosser, the boys in the stagecraft classes carry on the backstage work. These boys work long and hard to make every play, operetta, etc., a suc- cess. They hold such positions as stage man- ager ond assistant stage manager on the dramatic productions. Their support toward the success of the play is equally important with the other staff members, although they receive little recognition. The scenery and lighting of our excellently presented productions this year deserve a vote of praise. Through the efforts of the stagecraft class, Jerry Snell and Gretchen Frank sing a duet in old Norway. SIAGICRAII OFFICERS Sue Reeder, Shirley Williams, and Becky Stafford ill an it xx PQ, 3lIIrrIIiIIilIllal?!6unnl21Iy ,Sunny ti1rEq1h Smnnl Jnumalims' Quill and Scroll, International Honorary school publications, the annual and the news- Society for High School Journalists, is the hon- paper,t are eligible for membership. orary organization to which students outstand- Shirley Williams was elected President this ing in writing and scholarship are nominated Yeflr, SUS Reeder, Secretary: Gnd BeCky Staf- and voted in. Only those associated with high f0fCl, VlCe-PfeSiCleI1t. 'ia I2 , ,V ,. ' 5' W- 2 gin' "fs "'-s.. ss e ag s sis. E . . 4 . I g S. MEMBERS Seated: Max Kreitman, Kay Maddoclr, Vivian Casper, Lou Ann Oberhelman, Carolyn Butts, Becky Stafford, Shirley Williams, and Sandy Shaw. Standing: John Hubbard, Willa Swift, Grace Hiebert, Harry Turner, Brad Sheafor, David Calkins, Sue Reeder, and Dick Barclay. 1 l 5 I Il .IIM MILLER Second News Page Editor SUE REEDER E, Business Manager I 'E' GRACE HIEBERT Feature Editor BECKY STAFFORD Front Page Editor "Assignment sheet is lost! Stories aren't in! Tomor- row is deadline day!" These are just some of the typical woes heard in room 2'I9 before a publication of an issue of The World. The staff stayed patiently, working until sunset, proofing, reading copy, working out make-up, and al- ways The Vlorld seemed to appear every Friday during third hour. Ad salesmen visited Topeka merchants, while re- porters cheerfully ran down stories, each contributing his share to the finished project. To The World staff, the paper they worked so diligently on was a "work of art". EDITORIAL STAFF: Becky Stafford, Grace Hiebert, Jim Miller, Dick Barclay, Jack Litwin, and Sally Brown. BUSINESS STAFF: Sue Reeder, Marian Harrison, and ad solicitors. MECHANICAL STAFF: Lynden Lund, Julian Alonzo, Richard Brown, Louis Condley, Ted Carveye, Jim Gilchrist, Pete Gomez, Jim Snyder, and Robert Swank. WUHIH DICK BARCLAY Sports Editor EDITORIAL STAFF-Front Row: David Calkins, Sally Brown, Becky BUSINESS STAFF-Marian Harrison, Sue Reeder, Joyce Dryden Stafford and Grace Hiebert. Back Row: Monte Gravenstein, Jack Carolyn Butts, and Grace Hiebert. Litw n Sh rley Williams, Dick Orendale, and .Iohn Cleland, 116 SPRI B . A LQ l 4-Q aecicv smrroizo GRACE Hlearsnr L ,kg Managing Editor Advertising Manager , th xgkiggfgiyfjtif The second semester started . : 'he' gf off with a bang and the spring li12i1'.i1 v it World staff right with it. With y E DICK OXANDALE fingers flying over typewriter DAVID CALKINS .. y rim Page Editor keys and reporters turning up Third Page Editor .i ss.. here and there, the World re- s ported many events of the season. The staff covered such events as t 'itb the crowning of the Queen of Courts, the Junior and Senior class plays, the Junior-Senior Prom, Class Day, Graduation, the many, l ggi, many assemblies, and sports events. 3 F s Becky Stafford and her staff of competent workers managed to r 2 if make the World appear on Friday mornings of every week. Some- WURID times it seemed a miracle that the World should appear on time, MAX KRE ITMAN Sports Editor but always it did. SUE REEDER Feature Editor EDITORIAL STAFF included: Becky Stafford, Editor-in-Chief, Dick Oxandale, Front page editor, David Calkins, Third page editor, Sue Reeder, Feature page editor, Max Kreitman, Sports editor, Kay Maddock, Copy editor, and Sandra Shaw, News editor. BUSINESS STAFF: Grace Hiebert, Business manager, Carolyn Butts, Assistant Busi- ness manager, Mariah Harrison, Distribution, and Dixie Good and Nancy Bishop, Ex- change editors. Last, but most certainly not least, Dora Remley, Faculty advisor. 4 'I . .' I W ., yd, ' s. si EDITORIAL STAFF Seated Grace Hiebert Becky Stafford and BUSINESS STAFF Seated: Nancy Bishop, Dixie Good, Carolyn . 1 1 ' I Butts, Barbara Barnett, Marva Lou Powell, and Marian Harrison. 117 Max Kreitman. Standing: KUY Moddockf Sue Reeder, DICIK OXGN- Standing: Lyloh Nyman, Grace Hiebert, and Midge Mulkey. dale, David Cfllllirls, and Carolyn BUHS. U Y - D' ,gdoof ' A .2 J QW 7 M k j, of 1. ,cj if QQ ,,,',4 f,,,1,f,f F- , ., 1- we ZZ? f -Q-ff .2 245 ,O " Q.. -'YA--QL gzdaakf 4446 ff iv --ns, 40-old VlVlAN CASPER Associate Editor HARRY TURNER, JR. Business Manager LOU ANN OBERHELMAN SHIRLEY WILLIAMS Assistant Editor Editor Hlmniul or Mimunlis Sll llllWlll Heading the editorial staff for this year's Sun- flower was Shirley Williams, editor, who began her preparations for the yearbook early in the summer. Preparing schedules for all of us to follow in writing copy, setting up pictures, laying out pages, and many other details, maior and minor, that go into the process of editing an annual, Shirley proved to be very capable of handling her re- sponsible iob. Sharing the responsibilities of transforming academic, social, and athletic events into a book of memories was Lou Ann Oberhelman, assistant editor, and Vivian Casper, associate editor, aided by Miss Dora Remley, advisor. Willa Swift, photography editor, spent much time and effort in preparing pages with individual sophomore and iunior pictures, while Monty Gravenstein specialized on the sports section. Velma Fleming, as copy editor, contributed her work to the contents of the yearbook. 118 A., S, JXQUJJ' Mfg- Cm M75-If blue, X 3 I Faced with the financial burden of secur- ing advertising to help finance the Sun- flower were Harry Turner, Jr., business manager, who,with the aid of John Cleland, assistant business manager, Brad Sheafor, associate business manager, and a crew of energetic ad solicitors, did a fine iob on the business side of the staff. Ronny Briscoe and Janis McKemey, car- toonists, added the finishing touches to our long hours of work. But here it is and we're proud of it-your 'I954 Sunflower. We've had our reward of satisfaction in a iob well-done. Now it's up to you to enioy it as every year adds a deeper richness to its contents. .xx I EDITORIAL STAFF: Velma Fleming, Lou Ann Oberhelman, Willa Swift, Monte Gravenstein, Vivian Casper, and Shirley Williams PHOTOGRAPHERS Larry Spurgeon, John Hub- bard, and Charles Messick. TRADE SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS John Davenport, Norman Negrete, and Joe Oliva. h f H Turner, and Carolyn Butts BUSINESS STAFF-Front Row: Shirley Andrish, Brad S ea ar, arry ' Second Row: Connie Curnutt, Ellen Gier, Darlene Beeman, KGY Berg, CY"'fh'0 Bonner, MQVVU I-OU Powell, and Sally Brown. Back Row: Joyce Dryden, Liz Hopkins, Carol Crosby, Dolores lmdholm and Jayne Bronson. . 'IPM 5 K M wig, .. wil. F' . . , State champions for the third year, the winning debate team displays their trophies. They are Jim Miller, Joel Sterrett, J. M. Hill, snn cunivm s ll l ltflll For the third consecutive year, under the coaching of J. M. Hill, the Trojan debaters won the state championship crown. This win climaxed another successful invitational season with the team of David Pantle, Becky Stafford, Jim Miller, and Joel Sterrett winning again for the third year. Seven trophies were won, including more first places than ever before. David and Becky opened the season with a win at Russell, followed the next week by a first at Shawnee- Mission by Jim and Joel. The next tournament found David and Becky the winners at Hutchinson. At Emporia and Wyandotte the team lost to Hutchinson in the semi-finals, but regained their winning streak with a first at the District, and topped the field by a margin of three wins at the Jim Miller, Joel sierren, Becky Stafford, and David Pantle state. ln the inexperienced division, Carol Faulconer and Alice Peele, sophomores, won one second place trophy at Olathe. i Becky Stafford, and David Pantle, il DEBATE Front Row: Doug Wilmore, Alan Stancliffe, Carol Faulconer, Alice Peele, K. K. Swanson, and Merlin Gayle Askren, Back Row: Tom Wright, Ted Quimby, Jerry Skinner, Tom Swain and Bill Lauterbach. 1 20 ia Hy CX I A 1 u HHH E sfixg fj ff THESE HANDS EHEEIEE EHE IHEAES HE SPHHESMANSHIP S 5? Bwlmmlmls mm CLIFF ED GRAHAM-Sr. GARY GETTLER-Sr. JOHN CASSON-Sr. Halfback-3 years End-2 years Guard-2 years DON LUTTRELL-Sr, ROG BROWN-Sr. RAY STOCKWELL-Sr. EV. BROWN-Jr. Halfback-2 years Quarferback-2 years End--'I year Fullback-2 years BUZZY WATTS-Sr. LARRY TEW-Sr. Co-Capt LEE BEATY--Sr. Conhr-3 years Tackle-2 years Guard-3 years 122 Sep. Sep. Od. Od. Od. Od. Od. Nov. Nov. Schedule Highland Park Lawrence Wichifa Norih Wichifa Eau? Sf. Mary's Manhahan Wyandofta Ward Shawnee-Mission THS-OPP 40- 0 7- 6 7- 6 13-14 25- 0 27-14 26- 0 33- 0 7- 0 SIIIU II I IHI SIAII JERRY KNIGHT-Sr. TOM McCOY-Sr. ARNETT ATKINSON-Sr. Tackle-2 years Tackle-2 years End-2 years DAVE DEXTER-Jr FuIIback-'I year EDDIE FOREE-Sr. WAYNE ROLLEY-Sr. LYLE KRAEMER-Sr. DON ERWIN-Sr. Halfback-2 years End-'I year FuIIback-3 years Quarterback-2 years TOM MOORE-Sr. BENNY DOMINGUEZ-Sr. JIM SEIDEL-Sr. ELIAS ARBAZA-Sr. End-'I year Guard-2 years Tackle-I your 1 23 Gua rd -3 years Q - 4. G ,mini VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD-Front Row: Howard Johnson, Manager, Cliff Patterson, Everett Brown, Jim Seidel, Lyle Kraemer, Buzzy Watts, Gary Gettler, Benny Dominguez,Dave Dexter, Rich Brown, and Tom Coleman. Second Row: J. B. Littleiohn,EliArboiza, Jerry Knight, Assistant Coach Marvin Bayless, Co-Captain Lee Beaty, Head Coach Bob Briggs, Co-Captain Edgar Graham, Assistant Coach Vernon Hayes, Don Erwin, Tom McCoy, Wayne Rolley, and Ray Stockwell. Third Row: John Casson, Gary Owen, Phil Ridgeway, Les Kelly, Norm Stalker, Tom Suddarth, Don Hearn, Roger Brown, Don Luttrell, Dick Devine, Ernie Cook, Larry Tew, Joe Jaramillo, and Manager Paul Dixson. Back Row: Eddie Foree, Larry Hastings, Darryl Warren, Rex Polter, Jerry Skinner, Bob Clark, Dwight Norman, Joe Oliva, Bob Whiffen, Tom Tarlton, Norman Swartz, Tom Rost, Bill Cohn, Jim Galbraith, and Manager Jack Hawn. Topeka High finished out one of the best foot- ball seasons in many years, as they boasted a record of eight wins against one loss and were rated second in the AP poll. The Troians, coached by Bob Briggs and Bill Schnebel, displayed spirit and hustle all season long. The overall yardage in rushing for THS was 1,762 yards, for an average of 4.6 yards per carry. Opening their season against the Highland Scotties, with a decisive 40-O win, Topeka met their toughest test of the 1953 season when they traveled to Lawrence for their annual encounter with the Lions. Lawrence fell before the men of Troy 7-6 for the first time in nine seasons. Wichita North was the next foe for the Briggs- men and their potent punt return play. The ln- dians didn't play dead to the men of Troy, as Topeka squeaked by, 7-6. Opening their home stand against Wichita East's Blue Aces, Troy suffered their only loss of the 1953 season, 14-13. Homecoming marked the THS vs. Wichita St. 124 Marys tussel. Don Luttrell rambled for 208 yards from scrimmage as the bewildered Shamrocks looked on. The final score stood 33-0 in favor of Troy. Manhattan fell to Topeka 27-14, as the Briggs- men had to come back from a 14-13 halftime deficit to win. Wyandotte was in the midst of a gala homecoming, until the Briggsmen hit town with their potent offense and their equally good defense. The men of Coach Ed Ellis were lucky that Coach Briggs called offthe first string and THS won handily, 26-O. Returning home the next week, Ward fell before the black and gold onslaught, 33-0. Buzzy Watts led the Troy defensive play against the Cyclones. To close out their 1953 season, THS made a touchdown in the last few minutes of play to down a stubborn Shawnee Mission team, 7-0. Even though they were rated number two in the state by the AP poll, the Briggsmen of 1953 will be rated by many as the Champs of Kansas football for 1953. A X. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL-Front Row: Dick Matthes, Carmen Kilgore, Joe Bailey, Gerald Upchurch, Larry Schneider, John Stocking, Bill Taylor, and Alan Meyers. Second Row: Chet Davenport, Coach, Charles Halle, Donald Wells, Durward Baker, John Erickson, Lynne Overman, Ronald Bleidissel, Gerald Phillips, Clyde Sipes, Clayton Brice, and Leo Thomas, Coach. Back Row: Charles McCurdy, Darl Everett, John Mc- Grew, Lee Moege, Ronald Morgan, Dick Brinker, Clifford Starbuck, Ralph Redmond, Ray Christian, and Fred Rogers. Heading the coaching staff for the sophomore program is Chet Davenport, former THS head basketball coach, and assisting him is Leo Thomas who works with the line. The Sophs gained wins over Atchison B squad twice, 14-13 and 12-7. Lawrence Sophs fell 19- 14. Hayden was next to fall, 19-0. Seaman was the last to stumble to the Sophs, as they were beaten 20-O. Highland Park beat the scrubs twice for the only two blots on their schedule. Playing one of the toughest schedules in many seasons, the Trojan JV's gained 5 wins against 1 defeat. The Junior Varsity head coach was Vernon Hayes and Marvin Bayless took charge of the line. In the season's opener, the reserves dropped their only contest as they fell to Lawrence, 6-O. Emporia fell to the Hayesmen, 25-O and 19-O. Highland Park proved to be little competition as they were beaten 26-O, and they also forfeited to the B's once. Manhattan also forfeited one contest to the B squad. Don Luttrell carries the ball for Topeka. ,1- f X Queen Janice and George Swank as they emerge from the royal car. The queen and her escort pass through arch of pompoms on their way to the throne. Her Maiesty and attendants form a royal trio as they reign over the homecoming varsity. A pause for a pep rally downtown during the homecoming parade. llllMllIllMl li llllll Honor and regular pep club members were lined up to form a hollow T, making an archway with their pompomsthrough which the queen and her attendants were to pass on their way to the throne. The band had formed a big heart around the throne with a balloon rising trom every band mem- ber. All was ready-then with the appearance of the royal cars on the track, the long awaited iden- tity of the queen and her attendants became visible. The football team had elected Janice Mitchell as queen of the thirteenth annual homecoming, and Lynne Gerlach and Jayne Bronson, as attendants. The three candidates-Jayne Bronson, Janice Mitchell, JA llfi The royalty was escorted to the throne by George Swank, president of the Student Congress, Gary Heath, president of the Senior Boys Council, and Jim Miller, Speaker ofthe House ot Representatives. Giles Thielman, assistant to the superintendent of schools, crowned the queen with a tiara of white carnations and daisies, and she was presented with a bouquet of daises and chrysanthemums. Corsages were presented to her attendants. At the homecoming varsity following the game, Queen Janice and her attendants were presented footballs autographed by the members of the team. l Lee Beatty, Ca-Captain of the football team, presents Queen Janice with a football and a kiss as Co-Captain Ed Graham and Jayne Bronson watch. and Lynne Gerlach. 127 , ff' ga 1 HQ: iw E me , Qi BUZZY WATTS JERRY FINK FRAN SIEBUHR JOHN CLE'-AND Senior-2 years Senior-2 years Senior-2 years seniof-3 YECYS ED GRAHAM Senior-I year VARSITY 1 ? . 'XA TOM BROWN DICK DEVINE Junior-2 years Junior-I year STEVE LUEBBE Senior-2 years EMMETT THOMPSON DON ERWIN Junior-1 year 123 Senior-2 years HS 70 67 49 76 70 35 60 62 56 51 58 62 67 74 64 49 48 52 56 62 56 If E ' -f .t i 2 M llASllllltAll HAM 1 D 7 1 Q, 4- f-o Q A f S ec T , Z S A bf! K it T593 atm' Q x x n 'Q VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: Ed Graham, Steve Luebbe, Don Erwin, Everett Brown, and Larry Miller. Second Row: Jock Deon, Assistant Coach, Dick Devine, Buzzy Watts, Jerry Fink, Emmett Thompson, Don Luttrell, and Howie Shannon, Coach. Back Row: Max Moore, Manager, John Cleland, Tom Suddarth, Tom Brown, Fran Siebuhr, Don Hearn, Tom Moore, and David Dexter, Manager. Northeast Salina Wichita East Lawrence Parsons Shawnee-Mission Seaman Atchison Ottawa Wyandotte Highland Park Manhattan Emporia Washington Shawnee-Mission Wyandotte Manhattan Emporia Highland Park Salina Lawrence Coach Howie Shannon, guided his Troy cagemen to nine straight victories this year before the men of Troy fell to the Wyandotte Bulldogs 51-48 on the Kansas Citians' court. During the regular season, THS dropped only four tilts-two each to Wyandotte and Emporia. The Shannonmen stopped the Shawnee-Mission Indians twice for the first time in post war play. The Troians finished their regular season with an 'I8-5 record. They won the regional AA tournament by beating Leavenworth 67-55 and walloping Atchison 77-54 in the finals on Troy's home court. This won a berth for the Topeka High five in the state AA tour- nament, which was held at Manhattan on 'March 18, 19, and 420. In the first game Topeka High clobbered the Newton team 62-46. The next day they were besieged by over one hundred telegrams from exuberant THS fans. ln the semi-finals Troy held a lead over the Wyandotte Bulldogs until the fourth quarter. ln the most tense moment of the game Steve Luebbe made two free throws with ten seconds to go, putting Topeka one point ahead. Then, with two seconds to go, Topeka fouled. Wyandotte made both free throws, winning the game 56-55. In the finals Troy was matched with the Emporia Spartans. The Tro- ians won the consolation game 56-54, and third place in the state. Two Topeka High cagers were chosen for the All-State team-Fran Siebuhr and Jerry Fink. 29 Slllll llllllllll l 3 i Rx B-TEAM Front Row: Gerald Upchurch, Emmett Thompson, Larry Miller, Tom Coleman, Everett Brown, and Rex Polter. Back Row: Howie Shannon, Glenn Long, Don Hearn, Tom Suddarth, Pete Sumey, Norman Stalker, Dick Devine, Arkie Hudkins, and Coach Jack Dean. Troy's basketball hopes for T954-55 will be centered on the boys who have played B-team and sophomore ball this year. Coach Jack Dean of the B-team and Chet Davenport of the Sophs have urged their men on to many victories on the hardwoods for THS this year. SOPHOMORE TEAM Front Row: Jack Shuft, Bob Bradley, John McGraw, and Bill Taylor. Second Row: Clyde Sipes, Clayton Brice, Rex Polter, Ron Bleidessel, Jim Ramos, Steve Bunten, and Fred Rogers. Back Row: Ralph Redmond, Roy Boley, Clifford Starbuck, Russell Vien, John Erickson, Paul Villar, and .lim Fretz. When the band formed a heart and the Honor Pep Club made an arrow, the Trojan Queen of Courts was crowned. George Swank, John Casson, and Jim Miller, es- corted the queen and her attend- ants. Jim Miller introduced Prin- cipal E. B. Weaver, who intro- duced Mayor Schnellbacher, who in turn crowned the queen. Cor- sages were given to the attend- ants and a bouquet of cut flowers were presented to the queen. The parents were special guests at the game and the varsity. The three honored students-Ima Jean Clardy, Barbara Frager, and Elaine Pierce-had reserved seats in the cheering section. At the varsity the basketball captains presented the royal trio with souvenir basket- balls. 1 3 l The Queen candidates-Ima Jean Clardy, Barbara Frager, and Elaine Pierce. The queen is crowned! 'fb J ClIlllllS M, ,.,,-......, . . :,L ,K SWIMMING Front Row: J. B. Moser, Al Meyers, Von Dix, Don Lundgren, Darrell Feaker, Jim Fisk, Captain, Chuck McConnel, and Steve Chess. Back Row: Coach Vernon Hayes, Mark Saylor, .Ion Poort, Steve Myers, AI Shower, Bob Wikkerink, Bill Louterbach, Gary Rowles, and Monte Gravenstein, manager. Q wma vmun SWINIMI li-WlllSlll li Troy's two minor winter sports, swimming and wrestling, enjoyed two of their best sea- sons ever, as they produced teams which placed higher than usual in the state meets. Swimming broke even this year, which is very good for Troy tinmen. Six wins and six losses, and a fourth place finish highlighted the tank season. Coach Vern Hayes will have a good number of returning lettermen to boost Troy's swimming hopes next season. Finishing one of their best seasons in sev- eral years, the Troian grapplers, coached by Floyd Holcomb, racked up an 8-4 record and a state championship in the heavyweight class. Jerry Knight was the only Trojan to survive the state meet at Norton. Six men placed in the state after pulling through the regionals: Bud Bromich, .lack War- ner, Eli Arbaiza, Gary Owen, Don Newman, and Jerry Knight. WRESTLING Front Row: Hans Petersen, Jack Wyatt, Charles Garhart, Bob Lindsay, Fred Sturm, Jim Galbraith, Dana Killinger, Bud Bromich, Jack Warner, Eli Arbaiza, Don Newman, Jim Mitchell. Back Row: Tom Jovalis, Dan Noe, Gary Owen, Kelly Deeter, Norman Swartz, Darryl Warren, Jerry Knight, Al Smith,Ger'ry Loveless, Larry Hastings, and Floyd Holcomb, Coach. Sllll C HAMPS devil! 132561 CROSS COUNTRY Front Row: Jesse Unruh, Lawrence Brady, Captain, !'5 Julius Lincoln, Stan Ridgeway, and Larry Youngdoff. Back Row: D. L. Erwin, Coach, Larry Stone, Dan Casson, Charles Garhort, and Allen Oldham. Topeka's crosscountry team conquered all toes to win the state championship for the sec- ond straight year. Coach "Heavy" Erwin guided his squad through the 1953 schedule with Cap- qg gf VA fffigb c.,c F, ly'-,'PQj'1, .. 4- if A s,,, , 5" I-U J ' .4 ,K I , J y , f 1 V L ,J 1 , Elin! L N ' f 'J ,F L A , ' . "' t A ,,,,A Dan Casson, Lawrence Brady, Larry Youngdoff, Julius Lincoln, and 133 Stan Ridgeway work cut. tain Lawrence Brady, Larry Youngdoff, Jesse Unruh, Julius Lincoln, Stan Ridgeway, and Dan Casson working on the first team. Brady, Youngdoff, and Unruh participated in crosscountry for the last time this year, while Lincoln, Ridgeway, and Casson all re- turn to strengthen Troy's hopes for next year. The annual meet, which was held on the KU campus, was a wonderful spectacle, with the Black and Gold of Troy on top. llllllIK A ll llASlllAll a rw r . ' 'Ts i' M X- ,' i .fy 1 5.41 BASEBALL Front Row: Darrell Feaker, Ed Graham, Tam Heath, Manager, Marvin Bean, Don Boley, Ray Stockwell, and Ken Haas. Back Row: Jack Dean, Coach, Gary Owen, Buzzy Watts, Emmett Thompson, Les Kelly, Carl Ward, Lyle Kraemer, and Don Luttrell. x X TRACK Front Row: Coleman Williams, Richard Waters, Dean Bryant, Cliff Patterson, Jack Pate, Gerry Rodehaver, Benny Dominguez, Hans Petersen, Julius Lincoln, Larry Youngdoff, Stan Ridgeway, Bill Meacham, Allen Oldham, and Bob Orr, Manager. Second Row: Don Hughes, Jack King, Ted Wheat, Dick Brinker, Ray Christian, Jack Mize, Ed Foree, Dan Casson, Lee Beaty, Jerry Skinner, Norman Swartx, and Jack Benton. Third Raw: Bob Bruce, J. B. Litfleiahn, Leroy Jones, John Stocking, Neil Higginbotham, Don Vickland, Jim Lawson, Tom Moore, Gary Gehler, Burrell Landes, Frank Frye, and Jim Kesler. Back Row: James Murray, Tam Coleman, Vern Ridgeway, Norman Noe, Larry Schneider, Terry Kimble, Don Erwin, Steve Luebbe, Dick Devine, John Cleland, Gerald Upchurch, Lawrence Brady, and D. L. Erwin, Coach. 1 34 s -K' T .ls ff" If kk K., I , is ii ' f l 2 9 X 1 1 mg: Ly sw? xy -.-..t,,. , ' GOLF TEAM OF '54 Dave Curnuft, Harry Turner, Larry Breu- ninger, Gary Heath, and E. L. Fink, Coach. ZX' I' lillll A ll llNllIS Coach E. L. Fink's golf squad has finished out a very successful 1954 golf season. Harry Turner, Larry Breuninger, and Gary Heath, all three returning lettermen and former captains, carried the golfing load for THS. The netmen, coached by Bob Briggs, have also finished out a suc- cessful season. Fred True and Winston Tilzey were the leading netmen of the 1954 season. A : xii? TENNIS TEAM OF '54 Front Row: Gary Hippensteel, Jack Shutt, Roy Ranfro, John Bird, Fred True, Fritzie Steele, Jim Fergus, and Gayle Askren. Buck Row: Jan Fry, Lynn Fry, Winston Tilzey, Charles Colley, Fred Wile, Jim Laidler, Phil McMullen, and John Bay. 135 Fx Q l lflllli A ll MA AlilllS T-CLUB Front Row: Julius Lincoln, Jack Warner, Jerome Fleer, Fred True, Larry Breuninger, Raymond Miller, Lawrence Brady, Arnett Atkinson, Stan Ridgeway, and Robert Orr. Second Row: Tom Jovalis, Max Moore, Larry Tew, Tom Heath, Gary Heath, Lee Beary, Jim Fisk, Don Erwin, Steve Luebbe, Dan Casson, and Marvin Bean. Back Row: Winston Tilzey, Tom McCoy, Gary Gettler, Tom Moore, Fran Siebuhr, Jerry Fink, John Cleland, Harry Turner, Buzzy Watts, Dick Devine, and D. L. Erwin. The Troian "T" Club again "came through with flying colors" with D. L. "Heavy" Erwin as the sponsor. The boys sponsored such things as the Sadie Hawkins Party, the Marques Haynes basketball game, various assemblies and varsities, and their annual spring dinner. They purchased glass backboards for the basketball games for approximately 5375. The officers for the 1953-54 year were: Tom McCoy, President, Jim Fisk, Vice- president, Paul Dixson, Secretary-Treasurer, and Buzzy Watts, Sergeant- at-Arms. . ,ss-s ' ATHLETIC MANAGERS Sitting: Max Moore, Jim Fretz, Dove Dexter, and Paul Dixson, Standing: Monte Gravenstein, Howard Johnson, Butch Jackson, Jack Hawn, and Tom Heath. Missing: Bob Orr. 136 0 ini so GIIHS' GYM I ,- in aw 9 "2 7 I pa i Q r, YY -5. W ,par ff X ,N 'V . 1 A , ' .. I I l X . Ls- , 9' V ,f H fitflyvw-1. , , 'Sat-.:fs2.s, " I 'Jr'-" su: ,, W :LM X if Kg, .,'5,f f f fl ' 4, ,Wg I f 4,43 fa-, f : 1 , I 1 x K K Q 'Stn I 4 Jie A , ' ,, 1 - 3 .af ' fm- i 1 - fr W . GYM PROCTORS, Front Row: Maxine Bayer, Cynthia Bonner, and Carol Morforcl. Back Row: Nancy Wysong, Arlene Rust, Marjorie Brooks, and Linda Woodrum. Comprising a part of the required curriculum for sophomore girls is a year of physical education, under the instruction of Miss Pat Key and Miss Jeanne Cooper. Beginning in the fall with archery, soccer, and hockey, which were played outdoors, the activities planned faded into volleyball, deck tennis, basketball, and social and square dancing in the gym when the weather turned cold. With spring came softball and a chance to exercise in the open again. For the junior girls wishing to major or minor in physical education, a semester of modern dance, followed by a second period of badminton, basketball, and tennis is offered. The girls often enter into competition in various sports to earn points for their Troy Jane awards. Students glance up apprehensively, waiting for the volleyball to appear. liIlllS' Sllllllll TROY JANE BOARD-Front Row: Jesse Houdek, Janie Paramore, Pat McCluggage, Nancy Owsley, Joanne Tindell, Lou Ann Oberhelman, and Lois French. Second Row: Mariorie Ladbury, Helen Frederick, Cicely Bennett, Jean Beal, Barbara Boyd, Margaret Longaker, Dorothy Barter, and Sally Foose. Back Row: Denzler, Carol Morford, Phyllis Vega, Fat Davis, and Sharon Rosenwuld. The "girls in green," otherwise known as Troy Janes, is the athletic organization for the girls of Topeka High. By participation in intramural sports, the members can work toward a pin, then a green sweater, and finally a pin guard. The girl each year earning the most points throughout her three years at THS, receives the honor of having her name on the bronze plaque in the girls' gym office. The Troy Jane Board is composed of a repre- sentative from each physical education class and the Senior Leaders. They are sponsored by Miss Jeanne Cooper and Miss Pat Key. The board has charge of all the intramural sports which the Troy Janes sponsor. Joyce Ridinger, Helen Danneberg, Arlene Rust, Joyce Atchison, Donna Joanne Tindell was elected President, with Lou Ann Oberhelman as Vice-President, Pat McClug- gage as Treasurer and Nancy Owsley as head of points. In their white shirts and shorts, the Senior Leaders help the physical education teachers show the right technique in sports. Miss Pat Key and Miss Jeanne Cooper, girls' athletic instructors, choose the Senior Leaders from the senior girls who are interested in sports. The girls' duties consist of taking roll, being referees, attending Senior Leader meetings, and assisting the teacher during class in showing tech- niques. sv 'U F' .L .- I 4 as .ir , , fs? is 0 1 ,, I Q9 AM- V J ,"' M 7' Q ' 17. J 'J SENIOR LEADERS-Front Row: Pot Key, Pat Davis, Phyllis Vega, Helen Frederick, Pat McCluggage, Lou Ann Oberhelman, Cicely Bennett, and Jeanne Cooper. Second Raw: Jesse Houdek, Nancy Owsley, Beverly Grantier, Arlene Rust, Dorothy Kisner, Betty Shaw, and Mariorie Ladbury, Third Row: Joanne Tindell, Barbara Froger, Jean Beal, Joyce Ridinger, Jean Renfro, and Helen Danneberg. Will Alilllll an 1,15 sig,- Ya fl- . . , 7 N 'J 'ki A' I Q Y 'x 4 ' .1 'J 'J 1 i' ' ' A JI? A " tg y ,M 'J ' " " 'A -' ' Q -xy, .L v , n , A . .v i, , .reg T C, M Kit. , Its. f V , A A ag, , 9 u A l 1' 4i 1 :I ii . l I g I4 A .Hi .Lett llfnp , Q 2- 1 api . ii, 'A QQ' J 4 X ' " x . for lie- gg LK. ' 1 if X T i VI" . ' r' Q te 4 .,, - . x' -2' K rl ' te . VT' 1 ,N ,,' 6 Front Row: Shirley Clin- kenbeard, Carolyn King, W I I H E I H U S lA S M ' Q 4 4 Shirley Hockensmith, Cicely i A A Q I , My A ,M , Bennett. Second Row: Peggy ' A l Brown, Connie Curnutt, Lou l.l ll 0 R I Ann Oberhelman, Joanne 4 ., ,J Tindell. Third Raw: Dolores Arn, J -1 I Q' A ' i Judy Allen, BeverleyDollard,Jayne p I P Allen. Fourth Row: Wanda Swisher, F 5 Marilyn Neill, Jean Beal, Nancy K' V. A Jackson. Fifth Row: Drusa Masquat, Andrea Paul, Mary Dille, Lula Jane fs 451, The white T in a black fielcl, which appears in the cheering section at all games, is a time-honored Trojan custom. The Honor Pep Club is there at every game to spark the Pep Club and show the team their school is definitely behind them. The Honor Pep Club is an honor organization. To be a part of it a girl must work in the regular Pep Club for one year, earning points by attending meetings, making posters, and going to the games in uniform. "Rat Day" is initiation day for the new members each year. This organization, together with the regular Pep Club, keeps the yells going at THS and the schoolspirit high..leanne Tindell is the President, and Lynn Gerlach is Vice-President. 139 Seal. Sixth Row: Glenda Swisher, Kay Berg, Darlene Beeman, Dorothy Stuenkel. Seventh Raw: Janice Booher, Marcia Sawers, Nancy Harbes, Mary Frazier. Eighth Row: Carolyn Meyer, Tima McCune, Delores Lindholm, Marilyn Perrin, Liz Hopkins, Jayne Bronson, Ellen Gier, Lynne Gerlach, Sally Brown, Jayne Ferrin, Dixie Viar, Susan Schober. Ninth Row: Jacque Hartman, Carolyn Jones, Lynn Lodle, Carol Morford, Cynthia Bonner, Marva Lou Powell, Jackie Pulliam, Kay Madclock, Marilyn Brooks, Carol Lee Brown, Pat McCIuggage, Marian Merchant, Martha Packard. Tenth Row: Carol Wilmore, Elaine Pierce, Polly Webb, Peggy Webb, Nancy French, Mary Anne Taylor, Nancy Owsley, Beverly Grantier, Dana Dickerson, Alice Newbolt, Nancy Swanstrom, Nancy Peterson, Joan Klopfstein. X X -'sw B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS-Dave Curnutt, Marla Leuenberger, A-TEAM CHEERLEADERS-Phil McMullen, Ernie Tarwater, Jan Leuenberger, Bob Bohonnon, and Bonnie Becker. .lanice Mitchell, JoAnn Boies, ond Carol Crosby. EHllllll lllllS "Pep" is the only word that could adequately describe the cheerleaders of Topeka High. The six A-team cheerleaders and the four B-team cheer- leaders are chosen by the students in an all-school election. The lively students who are always there yelling for the first team are Carol Crosby and Phil McMullen, who have been cheerleaders at THS for three years, Janice Mitchell and Ernie Tarwater, who have been there yelling for two years, and the first year pepsters,Jan Leuenberger and JoAnn Boies. The B-team boosters are sophomores Marla Leuenberger, Bonnie Becker, Dave Curnutt, and Bob Bohannon. , -A f III Sli JoAnn Boies Janice Mitchell Carol C"05bY Jan Leuepbeyger Phil McMullen Ernie Tcfwulef IN THEIR HANDS lll THE NATIllN'S HZIINHMY KRlEG'S FLCWERS Carroll Radio and Sound 106 East 8111 Phone 2-0691 Night Phone 2-7ooo H23 W- 6"' Phone 2-1171 Hall's has supplied the students of Topeka High School with the finest of school materials for over fifty years and We wish only to de- serve your continued patronage in the future. Harriet Adamson, Wolfdieter Kuettncr, Delores Arn, and Dick Barclay are shown merchandise. HalI's Topeka Printing, Stationery and Photo Supplies oiios ooiiooi siovioi J4"'mf'4""9 1111 Dispensing Opfician 2l,UeA"y 711 Mius BLDG PHONE 43217 0. Gifts for Occasions 429 Kansas Ave. 3or 3inest Quality Sn siuroins - Norsaooxs - sms cAses and other leather goods, also R 0 a C h H 3 If d lu a I- B 'UUESTERN GLOTHING of all kinds. visit the TUPEKA LEATHER SHUP K 522 K ansas Ave. Ph. 2-9342 fqk fjf an an-illnlx TIT HH A :iii Mun ... 0 Printing ' Addressing 0 Advertising Agency Service ASSOCIATES, INC. l80l SAGE BLVD.-TELEPHONE 2-829i 'TOPEKAJSANSAS H For Better J b of igher PGY The Clark School S E, 107 EAST 6TH-PHONE 4-1912 O Busmess 633 Kqnggg T P lg T A pl S p C f H bby S ppl GIBBS U I7 k S: CLOTHING CO. WO cpe a Ores Other Stores In 527 KANSAS Manhattan, Salina, Lawrence 105 EAST 5TH and Amarillo, Texas SENATE CAFETERIA Topekds High School 8. Serving Daily College Sliop for Girls 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. 4:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Sunday Continuously 11:00 A.M. To 7:30 P.M. 822 Kansas Avenue One TWGHTY WGS? Eighfh The Station Most People listen to Most --1250 on your dial-- w R E N Broadcasting Company, Inc. Z6 HWY ll.lIFE INSURANC E C OMPANY TOPEKA-KANSAS . W. J. Bryden explains the prmclples of life msurance to Shlrley Andrlsh, Harry Turner, Brad Sheaf and Janice Mitchell, SERVING THE MIDWEST EOR 0VER UNE THIRD 0F A CENTURY -V f--W q -Jack Frost- HlAYl0HK'S - MOTORS - 3111 s111v11:1 nnucs your Topeka 2 Home Owned Sfores Dealer 449 East 29th Ph 3 8188 Congraiulafions from TUPEKA CHAIR RINTM Everyfhmg For QW 344. Parfies And Weddings i. 1511 w. 6th sf. Phone 77314 iz , " A " YOU G0 i Q 4 df CULEZ 2' A A,A,AO,-w - ,O - ,-..fv1 bbw Buchan SPORTING GOODS CO ' goes "THE STOR 5 ' 8 E. Ph 7oPeAal Kanada ,wp jlfigld Clflflfglfd Besf Wishes fo fhe Class of 7954 from JIISTHIH SUPER NIAHKH Comphmmesof Husemaru Garden Flensi Illedern Shoe Service 1600 ew we 916 Kansas Phone 2-8247 l J. II. SIIIIIIIIII 8 IIII., INC R E A L T CI R S FOR THE HOME IN YOUR LIFE' Vivian Casper typing on an Underwood O Office Supplies H, TI S Office Machines PASTRIES PINE. FOODS Crane 8' Cn., Inc. E. TOPBKU, Kun G A JAC1 SON TOPEKA KANSAS ,, W,'Nf . A II Xksw III Nil "Topeka's Building Maferial Headquarfers , TOPEKA 'S POPULAR STORE Jauhaulk llunsiructlon Cn., Inc. W.A. 812 Ad 3-6478 .J BUi'defS of Today' fof 612-614 KANSAS AVENUE fhe Homes of Tomorrow Phone 5-1381 PHOTOGRAPHIC MDSE. COM'1. PHOTOS-FINISHING Wowarys 1 CAMERA AND PHOTO SHOPS 106 W. Eighth 915 N. Kansas Harold B. Wolfe and Harold G, Worswick P P Tape Recorders Binoculars "Irs BRIMAN'S ws, for DIAMONDS BR1MAN'S gmazm MORTGAGE LOANS 602 K A 841 N Kansas Ave AUTO LOANS NEW-LATE MODEL-USED THE MIIRRIS PlAN 00. "WHERE TO BORROW" 700 KANSAS PHONE 3-9688 Courtesy of I Open-Noon Till 2 A. M. 3117 Topeka Blvd. Carolee Turner, Minter Brown, Dick Oxandcle, Lou Ann Oberhelmcn STATIONERY CO. M KANSA AVENU S I The 00 most BEAUTIFUL GREETING CARDS Booxs STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES flowers for your florist date come from S H E H S 3000W.'I01hSf. "If Il"s On Earth . . . 7 We Can Sell It" S P viding Price ls Commensurale with QUALITY X75 ' ff! ,271 UHUD ANU PHESEHIPTIUN STUHE Q1 225 TOPEKA KANSAS X 1 f' PHQNE 20448 T eka's Drive-in-and-ircirk Real E Office at 10th G' T p k Phon 5-4442 or 2-1421 The Victory Sand and Stone Company "Kansas Finest Sand Plant" "Service Is Our Best Salesman" Sand- Gravel Crushed Stone a I Ready Mix Concrete Topeka, Kansas Box 28l Phone 3-3285 Good luck ffm Stratton Grayge Shops Hardware 2 Goods Kansas Ave. Delta Homecrczft Tools and Phone 3-1339 2307 W. 10th 720 Kansas Ave. SEYUNE ARTHUR runnin ELECTRIC cn Roller Rink Elecfrical Consfrucfion and Mainfenance A RSRO 619 Jackson Open Tuesday-Sunday 8-11 Ph 7 7676 one - 528 Quincy Phone 4-5520 ,wig Meadow Gold 1? Rx 5 ,.'f y 'gr-pf., V' RR? is mighty good! Sli-,. Q s- ' X ,l.:.'3, A65 ' 5 ff X412 In uk 5 5 na M Q ' E so -x rw offfiav 'pjleadowf ' ggagfsgy if L llggzffjllki as Ezeatruce 'Foods Co. 0 ,gggf5,ee,e, THE PICTORIAL moo Ci,w,a,io,, Shortman Motor Go. Weekly 525 N. Kansas nunse plqmoufly rugl Tnpeka Auto Supply , Inc. 'Wav 1015 Kansas A Alexander Bros. Baking Co. BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '54 Mvmls Plwone 4-4925 lVlEN'S SHOP Hotel Kansan ASS Zl.g2alqIE'ADQUART Congratulations xx llyf l 'Qxll IWX S33 KRNLBVL TUPEKB Blnndefs Barbecue OWNED QUALITY mv ELER s 1023 W. Gfli 1' JoAnn Boies, Marilyn Perrin, Jayne Bronson, and Ellen Gier model clothing at Crosby Brothers' sfore YOUR , f ,PI1,QIagIrapIier I - ' a ' 1 ,IS A PROFESSIONAL MAN For the Finest in J ,. ,, I. ' 1 I 'IIIIIIIIHIIS pafronize your KENT LYLE STUDIO ...... .REMBRANDT STUDIOS ....... VIRGINIA ELLEN STUDIO ...... WICHERS PORTRAIT STUDIO CHRISTOPHER STUDIO .......... CORLISS HATHAWAY ....... HODGE STUDIO .......... BOEGER STUDIO ..... i 4 .SjlfLI'l!f0bUOl" IOKOQFCLIDAQPJ .........'l206 W. Tenth .......525 Kansas ..........708 M Kansas Kansas Kansas ...:...73'I Kansas .......7I4 Kansas .......727 Kansas ....,- ........ . -.,.. ....... .. ........ . 1 .3-37-77 4-5981 3-3298 4-0939 .........8-8664 2-0424 ..i..i,..7153 2-581 'I FROM JUNIOR HIGH THROUGH TOPEKA HIGH AND INTO COLLEGE, IIPQIIESIIRIIIQSIDIINIIQS FINE PHOTOGRAPHY GLAMOUR 8z BRIDAL ALWAYS REMEMBER HWIIIHERS FUR PICTURES" HAS THE THINGS YOUNG WOMEN WANT, WHEN THEY WANT THEM. A. D. WICHERS, A.S.P.M. PHOTOG Rambler Club Sedan De Radio Luxe Model S1 780.00 Heater BARNIETT MOTORS 1015 Quincy Emi lMA4Ae4 CALM Irank llustenhorder 81 Suns, Ilnrists 1709 Cage Blvd. Phone 7635 of Topeku's 54 Peyton-Frltton O W- E Qv TOPEKA, KANSAS 'Quay Af 401102 e?761U8l11', I M"E grocery Stores !! 553,57 flaeftemfi Darlene Beeman, Lee Kelly, Jim Lacy, Kay Berg, and George Swank. Sco11 Motors will proudly show you ull of the Wonderful, New, Chevrolets Phone 5-2341 Tenth and Quincy, Topeka CGNGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATES From your Royal Portable Dealer The PREFERRED Fire Insurance Co. A KANSAS COMPANY MTYPEWRITER CU. TOEEKA ZKNSAS 123 West 6th Street A I4 I I I Topeka, Kansas I CIISI A I bl d1!h MAKE PAYMENTS P f SF ' LIKE RENTAL AL:Ij,-, ELJJ, ,ef-A-'--f-77 ff rf - . .Aff-5,1 -Axffrfryiilqd-,J:,,4,, J757 ,A,,:,Lf. eq., ff., - ya, . -I ,',, A-f.,- ,Perl A ,Z,,.Ei'L'je-7-'--I-TJ ,ff-et, 7-,,,,, f.,4-1-1-eL 'I if : s 1 G,,,,,,...Q' If X 'Z Y. may Ze T -"--he-!,,2-ffjgv?-4 ,AJ-, A fit for every womnn's taste. Barker's Shoe Store 731 Kansas Ave. WHEARY LUGGAGE ls Best For ' Gracluatnon HILLMER LEATHER SHOP 115 E. Sixth .0 1, ef! fa0,f'xjy, 'S My MWMV yo' 0 tp p M A ffl! f xp 5 ff u A 4 W ' f V, , ff' ii SSAE 51 we you ,, fi- f1 T 92A w 11 Y" 5 A efzlzggt ' E nene A A y f A 2 L 2 Y f Eooe I , I L"' ',1"- 2s,1 "b'Q - 12si lig -",h' 4 LLff A , - V V M C' BEST WISHES MID SUGGESS T0 THE GLASS 0F '54 J , ' fl MX' U f--exff 5 , ' , the 1 A. ,nh fu, , ,I 'JA -..... ,....... -b, 'Ur rf f f r E A RT f OFT PEKA's wrssfjgnoe A Tift' p,.,- , Xhfjff 4, '16 lp 'A , f WESTBORO MART' ,' f HUNTooN AND OAKLEY ' ' ' ,fm "Where distinction costs no more' . . I Wnsuoxo PUIIIBB "If you don't know furs Know your furriersu GLOVER Bc NEVVCOMB ARCHITECTS 3101 HUNTOON, TOPEKA, KANS. MEMBERS AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 53 3119 Huntoon 3-7612 OPEN Monday and Thursday Evenings WESTBORO BARBER SHOP Phone 9-9644 for appointments WESTBIIRO BEAUTY Sll0P "Complete Cleaning Service" U-IESTBURU CLEANE RS TOPEKA, KANSAS CLARENCE ROACH Westboro Hardware "The Friendly Store" CARL HEMRY WESTBORO STANDARD SERVICE Huntoon and Oakley DICK DANsnY lT'S TIME T0 THINK ABOUT WASHBURN UNIVERSITY The future belongs to those who prepare for it! Wfashburn Uni- versity is proud of her long record of preparing young men and women for all fields of endeavor and today, more than ever before, trained lead- ers are needed in all walks of life. You will find college life at Washburn rich and rewarding. A well rounded social life and many extra-curricular activities will appeal to you. Competent instructors will help guide you towards your goals and will take a sincere interest in you as an individual. It is the desire of the University to have all Topeka High School students refer to Washburn as MY UNIVERSITY. For complete information call or write: Miss GLADYS PHINNEY, regisimr Phone 4-5631 Tom J. Moore Divisional Manager I fffaffm fumget do, mvesrnns nlvensmsn senvlces, nm. Underwriters and Distributor For: AFSQUARE L-UMBER Investors Syndicate of America Inc. Investo Selective F d I 519 JACKSON STREET To K I t k F dl I ' Investors Mutual, Inc. 520 Garlinghouse Bldg. Phone 3-2554 81 3-2902 THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CUMPANY r or 1.iQ2,..1,i4 ,ity 4.2TQi ""lAL L V f cnurnhixiwuA1'frorfQl!1-Eg'-'f:fE L?-IV I Q- ' I :N Xlxux K Nfw,.g:.I ' is I I I I jig 2535-I, 1 E-E55-' I r- I , ' 'EF' 1 I: t i?'f1 iii? I I I ASQ, I 5 5:1-ei A Y V EE: 701 Kansas Av e. .L I M L Topeka Ka as For DRUGS f X and FOCDS Y' M oREw's 725 KANSAS AV! C Drug phone Food phone 4-3144 6th 8K Topeka 2-0533 Q- 1004 KANSASL, I 837'N. KANSAS NN 'N PH. 4-4666 L ' X0 x A I K nf A 1 " Q Q . T0 UWE " 922 KA NSAS AVENUE TELEPHONE 3-0381 I 44 4 Chinese and American Dishes QKMEET at MAH,S,, Open from 11 A.M.-2 P.M. Cafeteria Service It's ' ' - I , -1 FOR THE HOME FURNISHINGS IN YOUR FUTURE! Furniture Floor Coverings Draperies Appliances Music Everything from Teaspoons to Pianos Since 1879 517-19 KANSAS AVE. 2 P.M.-2 A.M. Table Service ' GY r xgi onsveravfgg FAA. LEYXS . G'5L,g.3c,g.35-,, A 1 0 If K- Yoo can "'I' I I n l L xx , , IQ QI Igmg ae i I I l Q:f....:1. - - Q 1. .. . is yy Qglrgi Ir,NW'Swr1n11 X9G'o,,er:ore : f,:.w. i x vx Hofd gl I-Ll' ' xXx .fx ei W .Eg Nm . , - .- f .?'Z INCOQOOIATID Z I M " fi , Best wishes ffjjh 3' Q Q .1- 'X fl X 14--l :I L. A. FULLER MOTOR CO., Inc. 1028-30 KANSAS AVE. TOPEKA, KANSAS EEESEQ INSURANCE SERVICE Wi-J :JIM 1002 KANSAS AVENUE LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Riley, Capital news editor, John Hubbard, David Calkins, Bob Hurt, Capital sports writers: Becky Stafford, Shirley Williams, Carolyn Bulls. Many Topeka Hi students are welcomed into The Cap- ital news room each year. Many are journalism students who like to see the modern news-gathering facilities such as the United Press, Associated Press, AP Wirephoto, and modern photography darkroom. The Capital is proud of the prize-winning photographs taken by Capital staffers. In addition to world coverage, an aggressive news staff gives complete local coverage, including the largest sports section in Kansas. News of Topeka's young people fills many columns each year. Uhr Elnprka Eailg Qlapital THE NEWSPAPER OF KANSAS Penwell-fGalsel Funeral Home l l 1321 West Tenfh Street Gaines ancl Son Funeral Home F l l82 Buchanan a Brennan Funeral Home e J800 West Slxl-li Street Topeka Council of Churches Front row left fo right-Rachel Pickett, Patty Davis, Ann Johnson, Harriet Adamson, Polly Webb. Back row-Kelly Deeter, Brad Sheafor, Willa Swift, George Swank. yy, - C, mom Gary Healll, Carol Crosby, Tom M:Coy, Barbara Frager, and .lerry Fink. Larry Reeder, Bob Douglas, Judy Arndl, Ronnie Goff, and Gretchen Frank. 50,0 0l'l'L0l"85 Marla Leuenberger, Jerry Phillips, Bev Baird, Bill Jungman, and Janie Paramora. Esiher Kingman, Annabel Pringle, Dora Remley, Leonard Moulden, and Ruth Grandon. J f Best wishes to the Senior Class of '54 and to all Trojans from the DOUGLAS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY kfw-RLWJ tb ML f-50+ For Flowers REAL ESTATE SALES PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 2 4 I ' fgfx KIAIUUI 92 .Ma REAIYCRS INIURDRS M0112-8243 uw wanna un, roving, :TANSAS G i 9 APPRAISALS 0 INSURANCE Save D7ne...5ave Worry... P ,Cl .l 370 al on N COMPANY, eidihe Per Annum Insured Savings CAPITUI. FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Topeka - Lawrence .X S? Eg! llfwgfm , iowa ld Nlarlmg Iiulglsggbix iii HTH jigjifix l: il' -R X? -X 2 ' X urnl ure ugs oijigk o ' ' R '- 2 Big Snqigio ojfixoji 616618K asAve. al:? . E7 X HQ 9 o Available for private i 3 "- A S parties. Phone 5-3566 Q l .. LIE -I 1 --L ' MEADOW ACRES- om, Dan Holcomb, Peggy Brown, and Tom McCoy look lrell and Liz Hopkins demonsfrafe jifferbugging falenf The Home of Name Bands QZAnoF5Uss5NAL MMM igml JZMMZ f J PHYSICIANS Byron J. Ashley, M.D. Garlinghouse Building Andre Baude, M.D. National Reserve Building F. C. Beelman, M.D. Garlinghouse Building F. C. Boggs, M. D. Mills Building Bowen and Bowen, M.D. Central Building W. H. Crouch, M.D. National Reserve Building H. J. Davis, M.D. National Reserve Building E. H. Decker and C. M. Lessenden, M.D. Mills Building Finney and Hiebert, M.D. Mills Building J. F. Head, M.D. Central Building W. K. Hobart, M.D. Mills Building C. E. Joss, and C. S. Joss, M.D. National Reserve Building H. L. Kirkpqfrsck, M.D. Mills Building Dwight Lawson and H.U.Kennedy, M.D National Reserve Building Walter Mau and J. A. McClure, M.D. Mills Building Mills and Clark, M.D. Mills Building Cloyce A. Newman, M.D. Mills Building R. E. Pfuetze, M.D. National Reserve Building Powers and Preston, M.D. National Reserve Building L. R. Pyle and D. E. Gray, M.D. Garlinghouse Building O. M. Raines, M.D. National Reserve Building CHIROPRACTORS L. C. Neff, D.C. R. E. Sullivant, D.C. 1001 Taylor Street M. D. Benton, D.C. K 1702 Huntoob ,' ffl, 43, a Q J ,Neff L 4 ! N..g,2.,..fJ Q QM M 1 15.61 ATTORNEYS ff! Q-0f":Q,Mj.ei1-911'-1 Doran, Kline, Cosgrove, Jeffrey, and Russell National Bank of Topeka Building Lewis, Burkholder, Smith, and Fellers Columbian Building DENTISTS Louis M. Fleisch, D.D.S. Central Building W. C. Hanson, D.D.S. Mills Building J. J. Helm, D.D.S. Mills Building M. G. Hill, D.D.S. Mills Building L. L. Kimbrough, D.D.S. Garlinghouse Building L, R. McComb and J. T. Casper, D.D.S. Mills Building Miller x National Ban of ek ' Wheeler, Hunt a o dell X National Bank of Top uilding QR!-'aj ' gurl-'QVSCA'-9 C28 C. N. Mertz, D.D.S. Mills Building Lindsay C. Osborn, D.D.S. Mills Building E. E. Ramsey, D.D.S. Mills Building C. L. Stalker, D.D.S. Mills Building G. A. Wempe, D.D.S. Mills Ray Woodworth, D.D.S. National Reserve Building Building DIRECTORY is , LA!! Facilities for gs. ,C D xi all funct1ons Dmner r" -1 1 V Dances 2 nuQiEii!e ei J x . -GfLH, ,,P'5 2- Parties f?f'lUlElEllElFllI DEERE 'L 'J' 1 H tn ..- -JL I L .5 I ' UQ LF" '43 Hotel Iaghayi TOPEKA, KANSAS OPERATED Ev NIOSEY HOTEL COMPANY N. N. MOSBYTPRES. 300 Rooms-Fireproof Coffee Shop Dining Rooms Convenient for Highway Travelers Iaghawg Iuniur HIGHWAY " HOTEL ...... Q vT1gv',1,A,1g3 .1U'rT'4 -7-fw ww v K 7 7 .nn HAWK WRTQT 3 W 4 if 1 Tlx: ,ff -' f ",,5'I Qirsaeraamlue aue s PL-leur IH'-A 'Q M HAVE YOUR DOCTOR CALL KING Prescription Pharmacy ' Central Building 700 Kansas WE DELIVER Phone 2-'lllO Best Wishes Class of '54 from Phil M. Sewell lr Over gig- lu? Mara Kansas' Leading Outfitters to Men, Women, Boys, and Girls Th. Palace 70'-7-7ll KANSAS AVENUE TOPEKA. KANSAS Cgongrafufafionff from the BLAKELY a. Co., lusunmcr 3rd and Topeka Phone 5-4434 compliments at HHN DUNTHY HEI! T035 "Brokers of Better Homes" 101 gafhnglouse 13619. Phone 4-6677 62 PERSONNEL Armbruster, Betty .............. ..... Armendariz, Mrs. Lavon Ash, Mrs. Lillian ................. Barker, Celia . ,.., ........... . Bayless, Marvin ....,......,,.,... Beers, Mrs. Margaret Blevans, John P. .......... . Boyles, Bernice .... 11 ii." 11 Snyder, Carl ...............,. .,..... 1 4 Stinar, Anita .................... ...,... 1 5 Summers, Mrs. Beulah Sutherin, Mrs. Helen ..,....... 14, 102 Swenson, Amy ........... 14 11 Briggs, Robert .................. 11, Cagle, Louis ......................... Chamness, Mrs. Flassie .............. 11 Colton, James .............. ,....,..... 1 1 Conrad, Harold .,..,. Cooper, Jeanne .,......,. Cowger, Mrs. Naomi Davenport, C. A. .....,. . 11, 11 Dean, Jack . .,..... 11, 128, 130 , Dickinson, Jacob ...........,,..,.......... 9 Dilley, Harold ............................ 11 Donaldson, Elizabeth ................ 10 Ellithorpe, H. F. ........................ 11 Erwin, D. L. ........ 11, 133, 134, 136 Erwin, Mrs, Erma ........................ 11 Fergus, Lois ,.......... ............. Fink, E, L. ........... ...... 1 2, Finley, Bernice ....... ............ ...... 1 2 Fitts, Mrs. Vivian ...............,........ 12 Fly, Elbert ........,......... 12, 108, Fry, Mabel .......... ..................... 1 2 Gilbert, Clyde .... .................. 1 2 Godwin, W. R. .......................... 10 Grandon, Ruth ...,...... Graves, Dr. Perdue B. 12, 103, Greer, Mrs. Dorothy .................. 12 Greer, Dr. Richard ............. Hallman, Robert ................ Hayes, Vernon ............ 12, Henderson, June - .... Hill, J. M. ......,,..,.. . Hinde, Tom ........... .... Holcomb, Floyd W. Hopkins, Mary .......... Hutchison, Frances ..... Jones, J. W. .......... . Kelly, John .... Kerr, T. A. ............ . Key, Patricia .............. 12, 13, Kingman, Mrs. Esther ........ 13, Kistler, Lloyd ............. Lauver, Mrs. Edna ..... Lingo, Mrs, Hazel ..... Lister, Wanda ....... Loomis, Ruth ...... Lund, John E. ....... McCauley, Evelyn ......,.... McCormick, Mrs. Muriel .... .. McKee, C. J. ................... .. Meyers, Kenneth H. ............... . 12, 92, Taylor, Fern ............ .......... 1 5 Thomas, Leo ............. .... 1 5, 125 Tucker, Katherine ...... ....... 1 5 Van Tries, Grace ....... .,..,.. 1 5 Walker, James H. ..... ....... 1 5 Weaver, E, B. ........ .. 8 Webb, Annette .......... ....... 1 5 Weissbeck, Annette ....... ....... 1 5 Wheeler, Gertrude ....... ....... 1 5 Whitson, M. J. ........... ....... 1 0 VVisbey, Marilyn .,......... ....... 1 5 Wolfe, Mrs. Fayeben ...... . .... .. 15 Woodburn, Mrs. Naomi ............ 15 Youngquist, Eunice .................... 15 STUDENTS A Abbott, Ivan ....... ................. 6 1 Absher, Shirley .................. 49, 109 Adams, Kenny ............................ 19 Adamson, Harriet 49, 96, 98, 142 Addington, Larry ........................ 49 Addy, Julia Ann ........................ 19 Adkins, Beverly ....... ...... 6 1, 91 Aherne, Pat ................. ...... 4 9, 94 Albin, Wilma ........................ 49, 92 Alexander, Jacqueline .....,........ 49 Alexander, Marvin ......... ....... 6 1 Allen, Charles ......... ....... 6 1 Allen, Deanna .,... .......,............ 6 1 Allen, Don ........ ....................... 6 1 Allen, Jayne ............ 48, 49, 80, 89, 98, 103, 139 Allen, Judy ........ ....... 4 9, 98, 139 Allen, Larry ...... .................... - 49 Allen, Lois ..,.......... ...... 4 9, 87, 98 Alonzo, Julian ...... ....... 1 9, 116 Alvis, Jacque .....,.. ...... 4 9, 98 Ames, Alpha .......... .......... 6 1 Anderson, Alberta ...... ....... 6 1 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson 1 , Bill ........ ....... Bob ..... ....... , Errol .,.... ......, , Frances .. ..... .. , Gene .. Anderson, Georgia ............ 61, Anderson Anderson Anderson , , , Philip .... ............. Shirley ................ 19, Kay ........ ..,....... 19 61 49 19 61 87 61 61 49 61 Montes, Joe ..............................., Moulden, Leonard H. .... 8, 94, Mullenix, Clarence ...... . ............ . Nall, Carl ..........................,..,,. Neaderhister, George ........ Neff, John ................. Nelson, Harry .............. .. Nuzman, Loren M. ...... . Oberhelman, M. C. ...... ........ , O'Sullivan, Jerry ..............., 14, Phillips, Ruth A. ....................... . Pringle, Miss Annabel Pringle, Prosser, Quentin .... Remley, Dora ....... Rieniets, G. C. Robertson, Jean ...... ,. Robena ......... 14, Schnebel, William .............. ,.,.,. Shannon, Howard ...... Sheetz, Charles ........,.. Shiner, Mrs, E. A. .... . Shoyer, Charles ...... Sibberson, Erna ...... 14, 128, 13, Andrews, Marguerite .................. Andrish, Shirley ...... 18, 19, 77, 81, 82, 83, 86, 98, 108 Anguiano, Victoria ..............,..... 19 Anguish, Don ....,,.........,.............. 61 Apps, Marilyn ..................,......... 61 Arbaiza, Elias ...... 19, 123, 124, 132 Arn, Dolores .......... 49, 85, 92, 98, 102, 139, 142 Arndt, Judy ................. Arreguin, Connie ........ . 49, 98, 165 Asay, Linda .................. 61, 82, 109 Ashley, Homer , ...,. .. Ashley, Virginia .... Ashworth, George ................ 61 , 92 Askren, Gayle ............ 61,120,135 138 Atchison, Joyce ...... 61, 87, 98, Atkinson, Arnett .................. 19, 86, 108, 123, 136 Atkinson, Galen ................. .. 49 Atkinson, Lila Atkinson, Walter ..... B Babb, Shirley .......... 61 19 61 Backues, Ermil ............ ....... 1 9 Backues, Herschel , ..,......,........... 19 Bacon, Audrey ............................ 19 Bacon, Beverly .,............ 49, 87, 103 Baer, Audrey ....... .,......,.......... 1 9 171 Bahr, Beverly ....... 19 Blocher, Otis ...... ............... 2 1 Blocher, Sybil ,..... ....... 4 9, 109 Blocker, Regis .,..,.. ........... 4 9 Bloom, Rex ........ ..................... 2 1 Blum, larry ................................ 62 Boal,'Jacqueline ........ 62, 104, 105 Bogie, Steve ....................--- - 49, 109 62 Bailey, Barbara ...... .......... 4 9 Bailey, Jae ........... ..... 6 1, 125 Bailey, Karlene ....... ,..... 1 9, 95 Bailey, Mary .............................. 61 Bailey, Robert ............................ 61 Baird, Beverly 60, 61 81, 87, 165 Baker, Durward ......,........... 61, 125 Baker, Marilyn ......,..................... 61 Baker, Phil .... ,..... . . 20, 86, 92, 108 Baldwin, Marita .......................... 61 Bandy, Sandra ............. ................ Bannerman, Dorothy .................. 20 Barber, Larry .........,.......... 49, 130 Barber, Leneer .................... 109 20, Barclay, Richard 49, 115, 116, 142 Barger, Kerstin ............ 49, 92, 108 Barham, Dale 20, 76, 82, 108, 109 Barkes, Pat .................-.-..-......-.- 20 Barncord, Gayla ...,.................... 61 Barnes, Larry ....... ................. 6 1 Barnes, Mary .............................. 20 Barnett, Barbara ........ 61, 102, 117 Barr, Barbara ...................... 49, 109 Barraclough, Arnold .................. 49 Barrett, Richard .............. 61, 92, 95 Barry, Janis .......................... 61, 92 Barter, Dorothy .................. 61, 138 Bartholomew, Glenda ................ 61 Bartlett, Judy ................,............. 61 Bartley, Bill ................ ..... 2 0, 109 Battey, Sondra .................... 49, 109 Baude, Richard .......................... 49 Baumann, Emery Mack ............., 20 Bay, John Paul .................. 49, 135 Bayer, Maxine .................... 49, 109 Bayless, Bob ................................ 49 Baysinger, Rosalie ...................... 61 Beal, Jean ..,. 20, 87, 92, 138, 139 Beal, Phyllis .......................... 61, 91 Bean, Marvin ....., 20, 108, 134, 136 Bean, Sara .......................... 49, 105 Beaty, Lee .............. 20, 36, 94, 108, 122, 124, 127, 136 Bohonnon, Bob .,...........--.---- , 140 Bohm, Bobbie ........-----.-------------- 50 Baies, JoAnn .......... 21, 78, 87, 96, 98, 140, 153 Boisvert, Dean .................--.....-..- 62 Boley, Don .......... ......... 2 1, 134 Boley, Roy .......... ........---- 6 2, 130 Bonner, Cynthia ........ 50, 90, 119, 139 137, Booher, Janice ...........- 21, 95, 96, 109 Booth, Nancy Bortis, Jon .....,.... Bourn, Ramona ...... Bowser, Toian Boyd, Barbara ...... Boyd, Marcia ...,..,.. Bracken, Clyde Bracken, Don .......... Bradberry, Myrtle ,139 50 62, 104 62 50, 138 50, 95 21 Bradley, Bobby ...........------- 62, 130 Brady, Lawrence 21, 133, 134, 136 Brandt, Marlin ....... .......-......-..- 6 2 Branson, Betty ....... --.-- 6 2 Braswell, Shirley ............ .....---- 2 1 Breeden, Donna .......-...-----.---.----- 50 Breuninger, Larry 21, 91, 135, 136 Briant, Clara ........,..................... 62 Brice, Clayton ............ 62, 125, 130 Brice, Jessie ..................,............. 62 Brickell, Richard Brinker, Dick .............. 62, 125, 134 Briscoe, Ronny .................-------..-. 21 Bristow, Jim .......... ------------ 2 1 Bristow, Velma ...... ..............- 6 2 Brobst, Virginia ..... .....-- 5 0, 104 Brock, Judy ...,...... Beatty, Robert .................................. Beauchamp, Benny .......................... Bebermeyer, Carol .... ............. 6 1 Bebermeyer, Gene ...................... 20 Becker, 'Bonnie .............. 61, 99, 140 Becker, Marsha .......................... 49 Bedell, Ronnie ............................ 61 Beeler, Beverly 49, 96, 97, 98, 109 Beeman, Darlene .... 20, 86, 96, 98, 108,119,139,156 Bell, Gary .................................. 61 Bellman, Hubert ...... ....... 4 9 Beltz, Sandra .............................. 61 Benaka, Ruth .............................. 49 Bennett, Cicely .... 20, 96, 138, 139 Bennett, Patsy ......,..................... 49 Bennett, Tom ...... 49, 104, 111, 113 Benton, Jack .............. 61, 103, 134 Berg, Kay ............,. 20, 86, 96, 98, 108,119,139,156 Bergstrom, A1 ..................................,. Berryman, Darlene .................... 49 Best, Carol ................,... ....... 6 1 Betsworth, Jimmy Lee Bevell, Margaret ,...... Bicknell, Janice Biddle, Billie -...... Bi99, Sharon ..... Billings, Donna .... 61 20 61 . ..,.,.,...... 49 49, 91 61, 104 Bird, John ............ ........... 6 1, 135 Bishop, Nancy ...... ..... Bixby, Vernon ............... Blackburn, Joyce .......... 49, 95, 117 49 Qlfffllfff 61 Blackwell, Dorothy Jean ..,,...... 61 Blackwood, Della ........ Blake, Ronald .............. Blanka, Sharyn .............. 62, 72, 87 Bleidissel, Ronald ...... 62, 125, 130 Blevins, Bob ........................ 49, 101 Brockmeier, Allan ...... . Bramich, Bud ...................... 21, Bronson, Jayne 21, 82, 86, 96, 109,119, 126,127, 139, 62 132 98, 153 139 Brooks, Marilyn ............ 21, 90, Brooks, Mariorie . ......... 21, 87, 137 Brooks, Norvelle 48, 30, 82, 90, 91 Brower, Barbara .................. 50, 96 Brower, Paul ........ ........, 6 2 Brown, Beverly ....... ......... 6 2 Brown, Carol Ann ................ 21, 91 Brown, Carol lee ................ 22, 139 Brown, Everett , .,......... 50, 98, 122, 124, 128, 129, 130 Brown, Gene .............---.--.----.-.--- 50 Brown, Gerald ...... ......... 6 2 Brown, Jim ......... ------------ 6 2 Brown, Loretta ...... ..... 5 0, 91 Brown, Marilyn .... ..... .............. 5 0 Brown, Minter ................ 16, 18, 22, 104, 112, 149 Brown, Peggy 22, 96, 98, 139, 167 Brown, Richard .......... 50, 116, 124 Brown, Roger ...1---- 22, 74, 31, 87, 98, 108, 122, 82, 124 Brown, Sally ......,...,..... 22, 96, 98, 116, 119, 139 Brown, Shannon ........................ 50 Brown, Tom 50, 94, 102, 128, 129 Bruce, larry ..........-.-........... 50, 104 Bruce, Robert ..... -............. 2 2, 134 Brumley, Jerry ...................,...--.-- 50 Bryant, D'ean ..---------- 22, 104, 134 Bryant, Frederick .............. 62, 104 Bryant, Rada ......... .....- 5 0, 91 Bryant, Walter ...... ....----- 6 2 Buell, Marilyn ....-- ------ 6 2 Buench, Marlou ....-.. ----A- 5 0 Bugg, Mary Lou ..... ...... 2 2 Bunds, Jack .,..... Bunten, Steve ........ Burgen, Nelson ....... 62, 62, 104 130 50 Burgen, Richard ....... ......,.. Burgess, Sandra ....... ........ Burgoyne, Verna Burnett, Marguis ..... Burnside, Gayla ..... Burson, Patricia .,.,... 109 62 50 Burt, Carlene ....,... ...A... 5 0, 109 Butler, Mary .......... ..... 5 0, 104 Butler, John .................................A.. Butterfield, Thelma .........,.. 22, 90 Butts, Carolyn ...... 50, 91, 95, 96, 98,115,117,119,157,166 Butts, Cecil ...........,.......................... Butts, Mary Louise .......................... Butts, Duane ....AA.. ... ...... 50 Byers, Mickey ............ ....... 6 2 C Cahill, Sally ...,........ ......... 5 0, 87 Calder, Sharon . ....,.,....... 50, 109 Caldwell, Peter .......... 62, 102, 109 Calkins, David ..,....,.... 22, 82, 115, 116, 117, 157, 166 Calkins, Katherine Calvillo, Christina 62 Dixson, Paul ........... . .... 18, 24, 77, Campbell, Arlene .......... 22 Campbell, David .... ...,.,,,..... 6 2 Campbell, Don ........ ....... 5 0, 109 Campbell, Donna ,.....,...... 50 Campbell, Richard .......... 62 Campbell, Ted ,..,. ....... 6 2 Carl, Jeanne ....,.. ....... 6 2 Carlat, Carolyn ...... ...,....A....... 5 0 Carlson, Beverly .,.....,.,.............. 50 Carlson, Craig ............ 50, 104, 105 Carlson, Loma ...,....................,... 62 Carnahan, Lawrence ........ 22, 104 Carnahan, Richard ..., 50, 104, 105 Carnahan, Sally ..................A..... 62 Carney, Patty ................,........... 50 Carpenter, Gwendolyn .....,........ 62 Carter, Kent ...... 50, 104, 111, 113 Carter, Mary ..,.........,,.,...... 62, 102 Carter, Velma Jean ........1........... 50 Carver, Tom .............,..,,............,. 62 Caskey, LaVerne ........................ 50 Casper, Vivian .,.,........ 50, 82, 114, 115,11B, 119,147 Casson, Dan ,..,..,......... 48, 50, 94, 133, 134, 136 Casson, John ,............... 22, 84, 86, 89, 94, 122, 124 Castle, Beverly .......................... 62 Cave, Larry .......,.... ....... 6 2 Ceballos, Alfred ................,,...... 62 Chalmers, Jane .......A.......,.......... 62 Chamness, Kay .,,... 50, 92, 96, 100 Channel, Lota ............................ 50 Charay, Arthur .....,.,..........,......... 62 Choray, Margaret ...... Charay, Mary ..... Cho rveze, Ted ..... 62 22 116 Chatterton, Joan ........ .......... 5 1 Chelson, Jerry ................,..... 62, 94 Cheng, Barbara Jane ................ 51 Chess, Stephen .......A.......... 51, 132 Childress, Charles ...,........,,..,..... 62 Christesen, Donna .,...,.,...........,.. 62 Christian, Ray ........,,.. 62, 125, 134 Christy, Betty Lou ..................,,,. 22 Churchill, John ..., ......,... 5 1, 104 Churchill, Pam ........ ..., 5 1, 91, 109 Clardy, lma Jean ........ , ..... 22, 131 Clark, Bob ............ .....,,. 5 1, 124 Clark, James .... ........,........... 6 2 Clark, Judy ........... ...... 6 0, 62, 161 Clark, Norman ........A........,........ 62 Clark, Pat ..1....................... 62, 104 Clark, Tom ........,...,........... 51, 104 Cleland, John ........ 22, 73, 99, 103, 116,12B, 129, 134, 136 Cline, Connie ...................,.,........ 51 Clinkenbeard, Shirley .,,...,. 23, 139 Cloud, John ,...........,....,...,.......... 62 Cobler, Bob ........-.--,.-..,---------.---, 23 Cochran, Carolyn .... 23, 86, 90, 98 Cochran, Eddie ......,................... 62 Cochran, Mina ..............,............. 62 Coffelt, Tom ........ ..... 6 2, 94, 109 Cohn, Bill ,,....... ..... 5 1, 87, 124 Coleman, Pat ,...........,......,.,........ 51 Coleman, Sally .................A.. 51, 92 Coleman, 'Tommy 63, 124, 130, 134 Colhouer, Darrell .,...................... 63 Colley, Charles .................. 51, 135 Collins, Shirley ........ 23, 104, 105, 108, 110, 112, 113 23, 87, 91 Comfort, Kenneth .,...,..., Compton, Linda ,.... Condley, Louis ....... Conley, Cynthia ,.,.. Connor, Dale ,........ Conrad, Richard ...... 63 116 51 ..,....flfff'Z5 Cook, Charles ........ ...... 5 1, 109 Cook, Darlene .....................,...... 51 Cook, Ernest ...................... 51, 124 Cook, Gloria .,........ 51, 92, 95, 96 Cook, Muriel ....,...........,.........A... 51 Cooper, Ted ...........A..,......... 51, 101 Copenhafer, Jane .... ........... 6 3 Cordill, Owen ....... . .... 51 Cormack, Mike ..,.... Cottle, Ronald Y .i... . Cottle, Sue ..... ...., 51 23 51 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Gary ,...., Jayne ....... ..... 5 1, 95 Josephine .... .......... 2 3 Joy ........ ..-.... 6 3 Lonnie .... ....... 6 3 Nancy ..... .......... 6 3 Patty ..,,.,. ..,. 2 3, 138 Ronald .,....,.........,........,., 63 Winnie ...............,.... 51, 103 Davison, Janet 24, 95, 98, 105, 108 Dealy, John .,..,. 24, 104, 111, 113 Dean, Dickie .,...,,...,.,................. 63 Dean, Robert ...............,....., 51, 101 Deaver, Danny ..... .,... 6 3, 102 Decicco, Judy ....... .... I 51, 109 Decker, Doris ....,..,. Decker, Paul Deeter, Kelly .... 24 Dehn, Dick Deines, Dixie Deitz, Abe ......,,... DeKeyser, Sharon . Delfs, Barbara ..... Dennis, Mary ....,.. Denton, Deanna ..,. 51, 91 Denzler, Donna ,....... Denton, Gail ..,....... 104, 109, 132 24 24, 104 , 96 63, 104, 138 Eklund, Barbara ........,. 63, 87, 90 Eklund, Larry ........ .......4-,-------- 5 2 Eldien, Paul ....... Ellis, Verna ........... , Elnicki, Carolyn .... Emmot, Ardyce .... Erickson, Corene 52, 109 63, 87 63 Erickson, George ...........,...... 52, B5 Erickson, John ,.,,,,.,,. 63, 125, 130 25, 123, 1 Erwin, Don ..,....,.,. 24, 128, 129, 134, 136 Erxleben, Lenore ............ 25, 37, Esquibel, Betty ...,.. Espinoza, Etnyre, Jane ...... Evans, Dale , ...... Evans, Marilyn .... Evans, Shirley ...... Everett, Darl .,.,,..,. Ewing, Judy ....., F Fadely, Gary .... Fager, Larry .......... Pete ,... Fager, Louise ..... 92, 96, 98, 108 63, 104 25 63 63, 125 63 Fargo, Gary ....... ...,..... 5 2, 91, 104 Farnham, Jack ...,.......-..---- 25, 105 Coulter, Gale .... ..,..,,.,.,.......... 6 3 Covert, Carolyn ...........,.... 23, 98, 102, 105, 111 Covington, Susan .,...... 23, 108, 109 Cowan, Donna Lou ,........... ........ 6 3 Cowell, Jacqueline ............,,...,.. 63 Cowen, Elizabeth .... ........ Cowherd, Arden ......... ,.... 5 1 Cowherd, Maynard .,... ..... 6 3 Cowhick, Florence .... ..... 5 1 Cox, Barbara ........, ..... 2 3 Cox, Charles .... .,,..................,.. Cox, Clayton ...... ....,,............... 5 1 Cox, Nancy ,,.........,.... 23, 98, 108 Crabtree, Leonard ....,.......,......... 51 Cregut, David ..... ,.......... Creollo, Alfred ..... ..... 6 3 Creollo, Loretta .,........................ 63 Crews, Franklin ....,...............,,.... 51 Crook, Mariorie .... 63, 87, 91, 98 Crosby, Carol ......,, 23, 75, 781 80, 81, 82, 86, 98, 99, 103, 109, 119, 140, 165 90 Crow, Jane ..........,............... 63, Crow, Mary Jane ..............,....... 63 Crowder, Earl ........., ..... 6 3 Crowder, Edward .... ..... 6 3 Crowder, Jolene ...... ..... 6 3 Crowder, Leonard .... ....,......... 6 3 Crowell, Shirley ......,...,.,......,,.,... 63 Curnutt, Connie ............ 23, 77, 82, 109, 119, 139 Curnutt, David .... 63, 103, 135, 140 Currier, Galen .......,.................,.. 51 Curtis, JoSuzan ...,.. ........ 5 1, 96 Cutright, Juanita ...... ..,.,,..,.. 5 1 D Dailey, Carol .......... .........,.,... 2 3 Dailey, Janice ......,.... .,,.... 6 3, 72 Dongerfield, Maior ...,.. ...,....... 6 3 Danneberg, Helen .,............ 23, 138 Daugherty, Foul ........................ 51 Davenport, John ........ 23, 100, 119 Davenport, Karen .,..........,.....,.,. 63 Daves, Carolyn ..... ....... 5 1, 91 Davidson, John ..... ........... 5 1 Davis, Bonnie .... .............. Davis, Carol ..,..... ,.... 6 3 Davis, Charles ....... Davis, Gail ........., 51 51 Devine, Dick ...,........ 51, 124, 128, 129, 130, 134, 136 Dexter, David ........ 52, 123, 124, 128, 130, 136 Dickerson, Dana .... 24, 90, 102, 139 Dickey, Bob ...................,............ 63 Dickey, Carolyn Jo .................... 63 Dickinson, Roy .......,..,,...,.......... 24 Dille, Mary .... 24, 90, 91, 114, 139 Dilley, Frank ....,,.,.....,,......... 52, 91 Disbrow, John ..... .......... 6 3 Dittman, Elmer , ...., .,..... 6 3 Dix, Von ............. ........... 1 32 Dixon, Frances ...,..................,.., 102 86, 92, 124, 136 Dobson, Robert .......................,.. 63 Dodson, Jack .,......................,..... 24 Dollard, Beverley,52, 92, 96, 98,139 Dominguez, Benny ..........., 24, 123, Farnsworth, Charles ..,.......,......... 63 Farrar, Peggy ............--.------------- 25 Faulconer, Carol ...... 63, 104, 120 Faust, Robert ...........---,----.-- 63, 104 Faust, Ronald .............,.----------,-. 63 Feaker, Darrell ........ 25, 132, 134 Fergus, Jim ........... ..,,----- 5 2, 135 Ferguson, Carla ..,.........,,------------.. Fernstrom, Janice .. 25, 86, 108 Fernstrom, John ..,......... 25, 90, 91, Ferrell, Jeanette ,.,.. 94, 98, 109 63, 105, 110 Ferrin, Jayne .... 25, 86, 92, 98, 139 Fieger, Richard ..............,---,,-.---- 25 Finger, Don ..............,,,,-----,--,----- 25 Fink, Jerry 25, 128, 129, 136, 165 Fink, Marcia .........,..,.,..,..,......... 52 Finley, Judy ..........,..,.......... 63, 91 Firestone, Kay ,... ....,...,. 5 2, 81, 108 Fisher, Bill ........ 63, 104, 111, 113 Dominguez, Eleanor Dominguez, Trinidad Donnelly, Jerry ..... 124, 134 16, 24 Fisher, Bill ......,..............---.-.------- 26 Fisher, Shirley ..............,,-------.---- 26 Fisk, Jim 16, 26, 91, 94, 132, 136 Fitts, Mary ..................-,..-- ---------- 6 4 Fizer, Bessie Flack, Brian .... Fleer, Jerome ...... . 52, 136 64, 97 Fleming, Jean ...,. Fleming, Velma ......,..... 26, 97, 119 Flickinger, Gary ...............,.,....-- 64 Flory, John ............ ,.............. 5 2 Flowers, Richard ..... ...,.,.,...- 6 4 Floyd, Robert ...................... 64, 104 Floyd, Sheila ................,------------- 52 Foose, Sally ........ 64, 98, 105, 138 Foree, Eddie 26, 76, 123, 124, 134 Forney, Wendelene .............. 64, 82 Foster, Carole ............ , ....,.......-.- 52 Foster, Franklin .......... 26, 104, 105 Fountain, Darlene Fouts, Farrell .....,..,.... .....,---.------- 6 4 Frager, Barbara ..........,... 26, 103, 131, 138, 165 Frank, Gretchen .... 52, 48, 80, 96, 98, 104, 106, 107, 114, 165 Franklin, Bob ........ Donnelly, Mike .......................... 63 Dotson, Doris ..,.......................,.,. 24 Douglas, Bob ............ 52, 108, 165 Douglas, Edwin .......................... 52 Downs, Alan .......... ....... 5 2 Drake, Darrell ...... .............. 2 4 Drake, William .......................... 46 Dryden, Joyce ......,......... 24, 96, 98, 102, 104, 110, 119 DuBois, Browne ...,...................... 24 Duff, Jim ..........................,......... 25 Dunkley, Judy ..... ......, 5 2 Dunn, Susanne ....,. ....... 5 2 Duran, Angelita ......... ......, 5 2 Duran, Rose Mary .,.,.,. ..,....,.. 5 2 Duree, Erma ............,,..........,.,... 52 Dutro, Remigia ....... ....,. 2 5, 109 Dutt, John ........... ............. 6 3 Dykes, Dixie ............. .......... 5 2, 109 E Eads, Harold ,,.............. 52, 82, 98 Easter, Lorana ,.... ..,.............. 5 2 Eastman, Joyce ...... ....... 5 2 Eberhart, Chuck .... ....... 5 2 Eberhart, David .... ....... 2 5 Eby, Antoinette ...,.. ....... 6 3 Edberg, Mary ..... ------- 6 3 Eden, Wallis ......,-.- -----,4 6 3 Edgington, Gail ...... -----e- 5 2 Edwards, James ..,... ...,.,, 6 3 Egbert, Janice ..... ----,-. 6 3 Eicholtz, Jon .... ..---.- 6 3 172 Frantz, Bessie .............,...........-.--- 64 Frazier, Mary Faye .... 26, 86, 139 Frederick, Helen .......... 26, 90, 138 Freeby, Beverly .........,................ 52 Freed, Leroy ........ Freel, Larry .....,....... 52 52 Freeman, Demaris ....... ............ 6 4 Freeman, Tommy .... . Freese, Ruwal ................ 26, 86, 95 Freienmuth, Sondra ............ 64, 92 119, 132, 136 -,W-f French, Lois ,....,.... 64, 87, 98, 138 French, Nancy 26, 82, 83, 90, 139 Fretz, Barbara Ann ..............,...,. 26 Fretz, James ........ 64, 94, 130, 136 Frey, Mariorie .....,...........,........,. 52 Frost, Elvira ...,.. ..... 6 4 Frost, Jerry ....... .,,..........,..... 5 2 Fruits, Sharon .....,...........,.......... 52 Fry, Jan ........,. ,.... . . 26, 104, 135 Fry, Lynn ............,....... 64, 104, 135 Frye, Frank .......,....A.........., 64, 134 G Galbraith, Jim .....,...... 52, 124, 132 Gall, John ................ ....... 2 6, 104 Garber, Juanita ...,, .,....,..... 6 4 Garber, Richard ..... ......... 5 2 Garcia, Carmen .. ..... 64 Garcia, Carolina ..... , ....,............ 26 Garcia, Eddie ..........,,..........,.........,. Garhart, Charles ........ 52, 132, 133 Garrison, Dan .,.,.......... 26, 86, 94 Gastineau, Jim ...... .,,,............... 5 3 Gaston, Larry ............................ 53 Gatewood, Kathryn Gay, Warren ..., 27, 80, 82, 95, 99 Geer, Harold .... 53, 82, 102, 108 Gentry, Jerry ,......... .,.................. 6 4 Gerlach, Lynne ...,.... 27, 76, 78, 83, 86, 96, 98, 126, 127, 139 Gerry, Larry ......,,..........,........... 53 Gettler, Gary .....,.............. 27, 122, 124, 134, 136 Gibson, Arthur .....,.......... 27, 104, 105, 111, 113 Gier, Ellen .,.,.. 27, 78, 82, 85, 87, 96, 103, 119, 139, 153, 161 Gilbert, JoAnn ............................ 53 Gilchrist, Charlotte .................... 64 Gilchrist, Jim .......,...... 27, 78, 116 Gill, Theresa ..,..,,. ..............,.... 2 7 Gillespie, Dick ...... A...... 2 7, 94 Gingery, David ........... ............,..... Gingrich, Richard ....... ......... 2 7 Girndt, Katharine ....... ..,.. 5 3 Given, Richard ,........ ...... 5 3 Gladfelter, Janet .................,.,.... 64 Glasgow, Shirley ........,.r.......... .. 64 Glassman, Arthur .. 53, 94, 98, 109 Glassman, Roy ................,........... 64 Goebel, UlaRae .,........,............, , 64 Goff, Ronnie .......... 48, 53, 80, B9, 92, 103, 108, 165 Gomez, Helen ..,.,.,.......A............. 53 Gomez, Pete .................. ...,,. 1 16 Gonzales, Amelia Gonzales, Rachel Gonzales, Richard ........,............. 64 Good, Dixie A-.-..-.. . 53, 92, 95, 117 Gooden, Arlene ,...... .....,....,........ 5 3 Goodwin, Beverly ....,.. ..... 2 7 Gordon, Edith ..A...... ......... 6 4 Gordon, Mildred ...,...........,........ 64 Gordon, Pot ,,.,,....... .....,.... 2 7, 108 Graham, Edgar ........ 27, 122, 124, 127, 128, 129, 134 Graham, Larry ............................ 27 Grame, Velma ..,....,......,,............ 64 Grantham, Bart .......................... 53 Grantier, Beverly ....., 27, 138, 139 Gravenstein, Monte ......,,.. 27, 116, Graves, Laura .......... 53, Graves, Vic ...., Gray, Tommie ...... Green, Cheryl .,,... 104, 105 53, 92 64 27 Gresser, Marilyn ...... ...... 6 4, 109 Griggs, Larry .....,.. .......,.... 6 4 Griswold, Deloris ......... ..,... .......,. 5 3 Grove, Norman ...............,.... 28, 95 Grundemon, Arnold 28, 86, 94 94 Grundema n, Fred .....,.......... 64, Guerrero, Betty . .... .. Guerrero, Joe . ...... 64, 109 'I Guerrero, Lilia ,.......... .....,......., 5 3 Guillory, Nesbia ........ ....... 6 4, 96 Guthrie, Delbert ....,.. ........... 2 8 Gutierrez, Philip ....... ....... 6 4 H Haas, Kenny ...........,.. ..... 2 8, 134 Haas, Ruth .......,..... ..,. 2 8, 108 Hadden, Kyle .... 28 Hernandez, Teresa ....,..........,.... 54 Herr, Margaret ........ 65, 105, 110 Hettinger, Kay Jo .......,...... 29, 108 Hewitt, Kendall .,........................ 65 Hicks, Bill ,... ,........ .,.,..,..... 5 4 , 82 Hicks, Ronald ,,... ,. Haflich, Gary ....... ....,............ 6 4 Haflich, Lowell ,.....................,... 53 Haflich, Ronna Sue .... 53, 92, 109 Haines, James .......,.,.................. 64 Haines, Mary Ja ........................ 64 Haines, Ray ...... 28, 104, 105, 110 Haines, Richard 28, 104, 105, 112 Hoinline, John .........,.............,,... 28 Hale, Julie .,....................,,..........,..... Hall, Norris .................. ..,.... 5 3 Hallenbeck, Gaylord ...... Halstead, Darlene ...,,... Hom, Evelyn ..........,.... Hamilton, Carol .....,... Hamilton, Jerriann ,..... Hamilton, Kaye .......,, Hamilton, Sue .......,.,.,,. Hampton, Evelyn .,..,....... Hancock, Ronald James Hanley, Chuck ............,. ,. ....... 54 64 53 53 64 53 64 . ....... 28 53 53 Hannay, Jim ............. ....... 5 3 Hannay, Richard ..,.... ....,.. 2 8 Hansel, Beverly ........,....,....,....... 64 Hansen, Garcia .................... 64, 91 Harbes, Nancy 53, 91, 96, 98, 139 Harder, Rosalyn .................. 64, 87 Harding, Eldon ....,............. 64, 109 Hardman, Barbara ........ .. 64 Harmon, Joyce ........ .,.......,.... 6 4 Harper, Bill .............,. ...... 6 0, 64 Harrington, Jimmie ...... .......... 5 3 Harris, Charles ...,..... ....... 5 3 Harris, Don ........ ..... Harris, Paula .,.... .......,....., 2 8 Harrison, Bill ...... ................,... 2 8 Harrison. Marian ....,.....,... 28, 105, 110, 116, 117 Harrison, Shirley ,................. 64, 90 Hartman, Jacque .... ..... 2 8, 139 Hartman, Marilyn ..............,.,..... 53 Hastings, Janice ,....................... 64 Hastings, Larry ........ 53, 124, 132 Hastings, Lois .............................. 28 Hathorne, June ...,.,.......... ............. Hawkins, Alan ...........,.,. ....,.. 6 4 Hawkins, Donna Jean .........,...... 53 Hawks, Marilyn ...............,.......... 53 Hawn, Jack ...... ...... 5 3, 124, 136 Hayes, Alyce .....,........................ 64 Hayes, Colleen .......... 29, 109, 114 Hayes, Dale ...,.... .................,.. 5 3 Hayes, Lorna ........... ....... 6 4, 91 Hayes, Rodney ........ .......,.. 2 9 Hays, Shirley ...... ,...... 6 4 Hays, Thelma ...... ,.......,... ..... 5 3 Hearn, Don ..... .,................... 1 03 Hearn, Don .....,.......... 53, 104, 112, 124, 128, 130 Heath, Gary .........,...... 29, 86, 94, 135, 136, 165 Heath, Tom ..., 53, 94, 98, 134, 136 Helm, Douglas ..........................,. 53 Helms, Marilyn ...............,.... 64, 109 Hiebert, Grace ....,....... 29, 87, 96, 115, 116, 117 Hiebert, Sue .....,.......... 65, 80, 82 Higginbotham, Neil ,......... 65, 134 Higgins, Delores ..,.,... .....,....... 5 4 Hill, Jack ................. ...,..... 5 4 Hill, Margaret ..... ...,. 2 9, 91 Hinds, Joan ..,...,,,......,........ 65, 109 Hippensteel, Gary ............ 65, 135 Hirschberg, Leonard .. 29, 105, 109 Hockenbarger, James ....,... 54, 100 Hockensmith, Shirley ..,....... 29, 96, 108, 139 Hacker, John ........,... .....,....... 6 5 Hackett, Nancy Lue .... ............. 6 5 Hodges, Barbara ..... ....... 6 5, 104 Hodges, Jim ............r ............ 6 5 Hodges, Lonnie ....... ..,..,....... 6 5 Hodges, Melvin ..,.... ................ 2 9 Hodges, Verlin ..,..... ...,... 5 4, 109 Hodgson, Richard .A.... .........,... 6 5 Hodgson, Twila .........,... ....., 2 9 Hodison, Carol Jane .... .. 65 Hoelscher, Don .......... ...... 2 9 Hohberg, Hazel ....... .,.... 2 9 Hohberg, Kenneth ...... ......... 6 5 Hoinacki, Lawrence . ...A............ 54 Holberg, Grace ...... . 29, 109 Holland, Avery ....... ................ 5 4 Holland, Virgil ..... .,................. 6 5 Halle, Charles ............ 65, 109, 125 Hollenbech, Dwayne .................. 65 Henderson, Colleen Hendrix, Lois .,.. 53, 78, 104, 113 Hendrix, Marvin . .........,............. 53 Henley, Nancy .................... 53, 96 Henrie, Delores ...,.. .....,..A. 5 3 Henry, Diane ...... ....... 6 4 Henry, Donna ....,r.. .......,.. 6 4 Henry, Marquita ....... .....,..,..... 2 9 Hensley, Earle ........ ......., 5 3, 108 Henson, Colene .....,...... 64, 90, 92 Herdic, Pete ...................,............ 54 Hernandez, Martha Holly, Judy ............. ...................... Holmes, Donna ....... ...... 5 4 Holmes, LaVon ....... ...... 6 5 Holston, Jay ............. .,.... 5 4 Holt, Norma Jean ....,,..........,, Holt, Sharon .............................. 54 Holtwick, John D. ...... 29, 94, 103 Holub, Bob ,...... .... ,...........,........ 6 5 Hopkins, Elizabeth .....,.. 29, 77, 80, 82, 87, 92, 98, 119, 139, 167 Hopkins, Jimmy ...,.......,.............. 65 Horn, Judy ..... ,....,..,.,.................. 6 5 Horning, John ........................,.., 65 Houck, Shirley ......,........,....,....... 65 Houdek, Jessie .,...... 29, 104, 138 Howard, Jim ..... ........,..... 3 0, 100 Howard, Louann ..............,. 65, 105 Howard, Nancy .... 30, 82, 86, 96, 98, 99, 103, 104, 108, 111 Howard, Roy .............................. 30 Howerton, Barbara ...... 54, 96, 98 Hubbard, John ........ 30, 104, 115, 119, 157, 166 Huber, Gary .............................. 54 Hudkins, Arkie ...., .......... 6 5, 130 Huffman, Bob ....., ................ 6 5 Hughes, DeAnn .,................ 54, 96, 97, 108, 109 Hughes, Don ..........,......... 30, 134 Hulse, Judith ...........,.. 54, 102, 103 Hummel, Mary Helen ........ 54, Hummert, Charles ----.... 54, 92, Hunsicker, David .,,. Hunsicker, Sharon ., Hunt, Judy .............. 96 94 I liams, Clayton ..,....... ..... 5 4, 104 Irvin, Jerry .......... .......,... lveson, Larry ..,.,....... .....,.. J Jackman, Roberta ........,............. 54 Jackson, Barry .,.,........ 54, 91, 102 Jackson, Jerry .................... 65, 136 Jackson, Nancy ........ 30, 109, 139 Jackson, Sandy ..........,..........,.... 30 Jacques, Janice .....,.....,..,. 65, 105 Jal-in, Sandra ............ 30, 105, 110 James, Marilyn ....,,..................,. 65 Jameson, Marilyn ...... 30, 104, 111 Janzen, Larry ........................,... 46 Joquith, Janice .,.......... 65, 92, 102 Jaramillo, Jesus ....................,...-. 46 Jaramillo, Joe ....... ...... 4 6, 124 Jarvis, Wayne .................... 46, 100 Jasperson, Glenda .....,...... 54, 109 Jennings, Joan ,....... ............ 3 0 Jennings, Nancy Y... A. ........ 65 Jennings, Rodene . ....................... 98 Jerbic, Steve .,..,.................,..... Jessop, Harold ..,..... 54, 104, 113 Johnson, Ann .............. 30, 90, 96, 104, 105, 112 Johnson, Bobby .......................... 54 Johnson, Carl ..,...,..................... Johnson, Carole .... 54, 87, 104, 111 Johnson, Clara .......................... 54 Johnson, Clyde ...............,..,....... 54 Johnson, Dale ....,,........,............. 65 Johnson, Eldon .......................... 30 Johnson, Ernestine 54, 96, 105, 110 Johnson, Gerald ........................ 54 Johnson, Howard 54, 104, 124, 136 Johnson, Joan ....Y.........,.........,... 65 Johnson, Johnny ....,................... 30 Johnson, Richard A..... ........... 6 5 Johnson, Roger ...... ....., 5 4, 104 Johnson, Ron ....,....... ........... 6 5 Johnson, Rowena ...... ..,............ 5 4 Johnson, Yvonne .................. 30, 95 Johnston, Barbara .,...,.. 16, 30, 90 Jones, Barbara .....,.... 65, 104, 109 Jones, Billy .....,. ............A........ 6 5 Janes, Carol ..... .,.........,...... 5 4 Jones, Carolyn .,.... ..,.. 5 4, 139 Jones, Ethelyn ....... ..............,... 5 4 Jones, Fred ..... ...... 3 1, 86, 114 Jones, Joe ,..... ................ 1 05 Jones, Leroy ....... ..... 3 1, 134 Jones, Maurice ..... ........... 6 5 Jones, Ronnie ........ ...... 5 4, 104 Jones, Roxie .............A.................. 31 Jovalis, Bobby Dan .......... 65, 109 Jovalis, Tommie ........ 31, 132, 136 Jungman, Bill ..........., 65, 103, 165 Jury, Bob .................................... 54 Justus, Carol ............... ........... 3 1 K Kaiser, Larry .........,.,. ........ 5 4, 92 65 Hunter, Vernice ....,, ................ 6 5 Huntsman, Judy ....... ........ 6 5, 109 Hupp, Delos .........,.. ............. 6 5 Hurd, Margaret ............,...,,....,,.. 65 Hutchens, Geraldine ..............A... 54 Hutchison, Sharon Elaine ............,... Huttanus, Bill ...........,.......... 30, 82 Hyle, Donna ................,............. 54 Hyle, Lois ......... ....... 3 0 Hyle, Reta .... .,..... 6 5 173 Karnes, Gerald Lee ,.... .....,..... 6 5 Karnes, Kay ..............,................. 31 Kauffman, Ray ......,..........i........ 54 Kay, Nancy ..,..... ..... 6 5, 87, 109 Kearney, Bill ..... ,....... 5 4, 104 Keefover, Rollin ........ ........ Keeler, Kay .,.,............. ........ 3 1 Keeling, Billye June ....... ......,. 65 Keeter,'.Connis ...........,. ..... 6 5 Keithley, Alice ............................ 65 Keller, Carol .............................. 54 Kelley, Frank ......,..... 31, 104, 110 Kelley, Lillian ........................,... 31 Kelly, Lee .................. 31, 103, 156 Kelly, Leslie ..........,..... 54, 124, 134 Kelly, Patsy ........ A.............. 6 5, 87 Kelly, Sully ........,.......,.,............. 31 Kendall, Carol .... 31, 96, 98, 102 Kendall, Jerry ............................ 31 Kennedy, John ...... ..... 6 5 A 'WWW ' in ""?""""' 'gigffix , : g ' ,nnwst Q Q . Ken zltnxhhefe .... as o was, H .... .... . . 55 e iel udy- ......A .... 65 is, Le ..... . 66 K oh JCar xn .... 13 Lewis Ma ...... 8 103 r, ..... ...... , 34 Lewis, a ....... . ......... .... 5 5 ne ill ...,... . .......... Liles, Dar n ., ..... ......... . 55 ' K ncy ........ 6 09 Lincoln, J s 5m33, , 136 xr ,, ld ......... QQ. .......... 31 una Q illi .. ..... .. i Awett o y ...... ....... . 5 Linder, arles . .... . . .... . 55 , r .......... fx.. 65 Lind lm, lore .... 0, 91, K' in , ana ............. . 3 3 98, , 1 , 139 Kimble, T rry x .......,... . 4, Lindsa .. ........... 6, 132 K 11 11 34 'ndsay John . .,............. 33, 105 , ly ........... ax.. 96, ores ................. .. ...... . 66 , NQX112, 39 Lash., ..... ..,.......... 6 6, 109 K , tte .... ................. 5 6 L' le, r ........ ..,., .. 55 i , ie .. .... ...... . .. 54, 134 esli .. .. ..... . 66 1 can ....,..... un Q J. . ,... .. 124, 134 ing,' S ley . ...... ., . ....... 46 Littre , ..,.... .. 'ng, Vi .. ...., .. . 65 Litw' Jack ......... .. 87, 116 g W yn . .,... 80, 89 Lodl L n ,...,.,.. . 55, 139 King Pa . ........., ....... 3 Lohn ss, ch ..... .. ......... . 66 , ne , ro ................ 3 38 n Beve ean ...,.. ....,.,... 6 6 erm A n ................ Glen .......,. ....... .,.. 6 6 , 130 lein, lan .. ,..... . 4, 04 Lo Lavina ..... . ...,..... 66 sath, Ann . ........ ..... 9 an Linda ........ 6, 105, 110 iewer, usan ..,...... ............ n er, Marga .... 66, 138 l fstei Jo ....... ......,. 3 2, 6, Longs ff, Sherrie ..... ........,., 5 5 1 , 139 Lopez, Gabriel ..,.... ,,.. . . 66 Knight, Je rye. ..,... 95, Lortie, Georgia ......... .....,. 3 3 98, , 132 tspeich, Mary K. ...,.. ......... . Knud M r t . ........ Loveless, Gerry .......... .1... 3 3, 132 Koehl e ........ ,......... 5 Lovett, Minford ..... .........,. 3 3 Kraemer, Lyle 32, , 1 34 Lowe, Terry ........ ....... 5 5 Kreitman, Max .,,....... 11 Lowman, Mary ...,... .... ,... ..1... 5 5 Krionderis, Colleen ...,.. 4, 90, 10 Ludwig, George ...1.......,............,. 55 Kuettner, Wolfdieter ........., 32, 86, Luebbe, Steve .....,........ 33, 94, 95, 94, 103, 142 128, 129, 134, 136 Kulp, Patty ,........ ,..,............... 3 2, 91 Lund, Lynden ..,...........,....... 33, 116 Kyle, Phil ......,................. ......... 5 5 Lunclgren, Don ......,........... 66, 132 L Luse, Duane ....,,.,...........,..........,. 33 LaCrone, Beverly Jean ....,......... 66 Luttrell, Don .............,..,... 122, 124, Lacy, Jim ....,. 32, B7, 94, 104, 156 125, 128, 134, 167 Lacy, Patricia .........,.................... Lutz, Donna .....,................,......... 55 Ladbury, Mariorie 32, 95, 96, 138 LUX, Jerry ......-.........................., 55 Ladner, Bethel ...,.,..,,.......... 55, 109 Lynn, Paul ....... .. ..,,... 66 Lafferty, Don .,......... LaFromboise, Cherie 66, Lynn, Phillip .... .,,.,.... 33 Lytle, Lucille ,............... ..., M McAndy, Charles ....... .... McCabe, Mike ....... McCall, Terry ......... 55 ,ew"ilf, Wi- McJunkins, Carole ...... ....,.. 6 6, 91 McKay, Clarence . ...,,. . ..... 16, 34 McKay, Nancy ........ ....1...,. 6 6 McKee, Karen , .... . McKee, Mike .,..... 66, 90 66, 109 McKemey, Janis ...,. ....... 3 4, 109 McKinley, Don ........ ...........,,,... 3 4 McMaster, JoAnn .,.....,..,.,........... 55 McMullen, Phil ............ 34, 92, 105, 108, 112,135, 140 55 McNall, Larry .,........... .,..,.,.,...... McNeal, Juanita , ......,..........,...,. 66 McNeal, Norman ......,... ....... 5 5 McReynolds, James McWilliams, Carol Jean .....,...... 66 Mack, Sally ...,.......,...... 60, 66, 90 Macy, Berry .... ,...,.....,.. . .......,.... 1 os Maddern, Peggy .....,.. 66, 105, 110 Maddock, Kay .... 34, 115, 117, 139 34 Maddux, Marilyn ..,..,....,......,.. .... Magnuson, Ann ............ ....... ....... 3 4 Mah, Barbara .... Mah, Jim Lee ...... Main, Susan ..... Maior, Carl ..... Manley, Don ...,.. 34, 87 66 67 34 Mann, Janet .......,...,..........,......,.. 67 Manning, Eldon ........ 34, 107, 108 Marlin, Michael ..,.....,..... 67, 92, 94 Marshall, Delbert .................. 55, 92 Marhsall, Frank ,..,.....,.....,,......... 34 Marshall, Marianne ..,. 67, 105, 110 Martin, Bill ...,.....,..............,....... 67 Martin, Lynne ......... ......,... 6 7, 90 Martin, Richard .... ........., 6 7 Martin, Ronald ............ ....... 5 5 Martin, Rose Mary ....,... ....... 5 5 Martinez, Sylvia .,...,. .,,...,... 3 4 Marx, Larry ,..,.. ...... ....,......... 6 7 Masquat, Drusa Massey, Elizabeth .. ....,.. 55, 139 Matthes, Dick ,,... . .,.... 67, 102, 125 67 Matthiese n, Marie Mattox, Sandra ...... ................. 6 7 May, Betty .,........ ....,..,.. 5 5 May, Kent ........... ,.... . . 55, 94 Mayer, Noel ...... .......,.. 5 5 Mayfield, Vada ...... 35 Mayhew, Jack ........ ...,... 5 5 Mayhew, Richard ...,... ..,,... 6 7 Meader, Ronden ...,,.. ....... 5 5 Mitchell, Jim ...,,. Mlze, Jack ,.,....,..... ...... 6 7, 134 Moberly, Adeline Moden, Donnis ,. Moege, Lee ....... Moeller, Claudia Menthey, Jahn ,. Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, James 67, 132 67, 125 67, 105 John ......,.......,...,,.......,.. Max 35, 91, 94, 128, 136 Robert ......,.................,... 56 Moore, Tom ,....... 18, 35, 104, 112, 123, 128, 134, 136, 161 Moran, Paul ......................,......... 35 Moreland, Ray .....................,...... 67 Morford, Carol ........,.........,. 56, 96, 137, 138, 139 Morford, Lorraine .............. . ....... 56 Morgan, Joe .....,.,.........,.,.... 35, 91 Morgan, Ronald ....... ...... 6 7, 125 Morton, Janet ....,. Morton, Penn ,.... Moser, J. B. .......,. . 56 56, 132 Mosiman, Sandra ...., ........ 5 6, 96 Mounger, Alice Mount, Edward .... Mulkey, Midge ,.,,......... . 56, 87, 90, Mullin, Wanda .,...,. Munoz, Judy ..... 92, 95, 96 , ......... 35, 108 78, 104, 113 Laidler, Jim ................ 32, 86, 135 Laird, Marcia ............., 32, 92, 108 Lake, Joyce ....,........................,., 66 Lamb, Donna Lee .............. 66, 104 Lambert, Charlene ...... ............ 6 6 Landes, Burrell .,...,... ....... 6 6, 134 Landis, Lyle ..,,.............,...... 32, 108 Lane, Charles H, Jr. .................. 55 Lantis, Glenda .......,.................... 66 Larson, Jan ....................,. 6, 32, 98 Larson, Linda 66, 92, 99, 102, 103 Latter, Marcia ...................... 32, 96 Lauer, Dennis .......,............,. 66, 105 Lauterbach, Bill .........,........ 55, 120 Lawrence, Dave ,........... 55, 94, 109 Lawrence, Gary .......,...........,...... 55 Lawrence, Pat ....,....................... 66 Lawson, Bill ........,,...................... 33 Lawson, Jim ............ 16, 33, 95, '134 Lawson, Roberta ................ 55, 108 Lawton, Clive ....... ,......... . .. 33 Lawton, Faith ........... ......... 6 6 Layes, Claranita ..... ..... 6 6 Lee, Jeanne .......... ...... 5 5 Lee, Larry, ............... ..,.,. 5 5 Leeman, Richard ..... ....., 5 5 LeFort, Mary Lou ..,................... 66 Lefort, Roberta .,........,....,.......... 66 Lehman, Ardith ............ 55, 95, 96 Lehnherr, Virgil ..,..,.........,.,.....,.. 55 Leslie, Marsha ......... ................ Leuenberger, Jan ....,..., . ....,. 33, 140 Leuenberger, Marla ...,.... 66, 103, 140, 165 Lewis, Bob ..... ............... 5 5 McCandless, Mary ,.... . .,.... 66, 87 McCann, Kenneth ...... 66 McCarter, Duane ..,. ...., .. 66 McCarter, Jerald ,.,......... ....,.,..,,. 6 6 McCarthy, Erla .lo ............ 33, 109 McClanahan, Donna ..........,.,..,,, 55 McClaran, Rosalie ...,........,, 66, 109 McClellan, Ernest ...... .... 6 6, 104 McClenny, Barbara ...... ....,,,,,, 6 6 McClintick, Kay ..................,.,,,,.. 66 McCluggage, Pot ..,...,......,., 33, 83, 86, 138, 139 McConnel, Charles .,.,,....... 55, 132 McCormick, Randall ........,....,.... 66 McCoy, Joyce ......,..................... 55 McCoy, Tam .......... 18, 34, 82, 91, 123, 124, 136, 165, 167 McCracken, Mary ..,...., 55, 97, 109 McCracken, Ray .................. 34, 104 McCullough, Lynne ....,....... 55, 109 McCullough, Maurice ,.,.........,.., 66 McCune, Tima Sue ........ 34, 91, 139 McCurdy, Charles ..,......,.... 66, 125 McDonald, Jeanette ,.............,... 66 McDonald, Jerry ...,.... ,...... 5 5, 91 McDonald, Marvin ..... ....,,..... 6 6 McDonald, Paul ......... ..,.... 5 5 McElwain, Floyd ......................,. 55 McGrew, Helen ....,...,......,........., 66 McGrew, John .,........ 66, 125, 130 McGrew, Virginia ..........,..... 34, 90 McGuire, Paul .. 55, 104, 111, 113 Mendoza, Rudy ,. Mendoza, Teresa Merchant, Jackie Merchant, Marian ..... ,, 67 35, 95, 96, 108, 139 Merrick, Barbara ........,.,....... 67, 90 Merwin, Anita ..... Messick, Charles 55, 104, 105, 119 Meyer, Carolyn .... 16, 35, 108, 139 Meyers, Allen Meyers, Bob ..... 35, 114 67, 125, 132 Michael, Gary ....,.., .........,...,.,. 6 7 Michael, Sharon ....... ..,........,,. 6 7 Miesse, Gene .,.....,... .,.,...... 5 6, 91 Miller, Carrie .....,..........,.,......... 56 Miller, Dorothy Miller, Frank ..,... Miller, Jim .... 35, Miller, Judy ..........,............. 67, B7 Miller, Larry ...,.... Miller, Lois .......... Miller, Marcia ..... Miller, Patrick ..., Miller, Raymond . Miller, Richard ....... Miller, Ronald .... Miller, Victor ...... Milliken, Nancy .. ,. ..... ,. 35, 78, 90, 95, 98, 104, 113 84, 102, 116,120 56, 128, 130 67, 92 56, 136 56, 91 56, 104, 111 Mitchell, Carolyn Lee .........,...... 67 Mitchell, Janice ...,., 35, 76, 78, 89, 98, 103, 108, 126, 127, 140 174 Munoz, Rachel ......................,.,,.. 56 Munson, John ............................ 67 Murray, James .,.,...... 67, 109, 134 Myers, Barbara ......,........,......,... 56 Myers, Betty ..... .................. 3 5 Myers, JoAnn .....,.. ..... 3 6 Myers, Shirley ...... ..... 5 6 Myers, Stephen ....,.., ...., 3 6 N Nager, Rex .................,,,..,......... 56 Nance, Howard .......... 56, 102, 109 Nason, Marion ..,...........,....,...... 56 Nason, Mary ........ 56, 79, 87, 104, 105, 107, 108, 110, 112 Nathess, Sarah ...,.......,,............. 56 Naugle, Barbara ...... ,,... 6 7 Naugle, Beatrice ...... ..... 6 7 Neal, Norma Kay ....... ..,..... 6 7 Neeley, Wayne ......... , ..,. 16, 36 Negrete, Norman ..... ...... 4 6, 119 Neill, Marilyn ........... ....., 3 6, 139 Nelson, Bill .............,.,...,,.,......... 67 Nemechek, Mariorie ........,......,.. 67 Newbolt, Alice 36, 90, 96, 98, 139 Newcomb, John ,......,.. ........ 5 6, 92 Newman, Don 36, 86, 91, 95, 132 Newman, Jacqueline .................. 67 Newsom, Mary Nell 48, 56, 80, 96 Nicol, Mary .......,...........,............ 56 Nicol, William ,..... .........,..... 6 7 Nieman, Charles ....... ...... 3 6, 109 Noble, Roger ...,,.... ........,.,,... 6 7 Nochtonick, Joe ...,..................,... Noe, Dan .........,,.......,. 56, 94, 132 Noe, Norman .................... 67, 134 Noller, Marilyn .,.... 67, 87, 92, 131 Norman, 'Bernice ,..................,.... 36 Norman, Dwight ................ 56, 124 Norman, Mary Ann .................... 67 Norris, Mary .....,...... ....... 6 7, 72 Northcraft, Gary ....,. ........... 5 6 Norton, Kenneth ...... ........... 6 7 Nyman, Lylah ......,...........,. 56, 108 O Oberhelman, Lou Ann ........ 36, 78, 81, 82, 83, 86, 96, 98, 99, 102, 115,118,119, 138, 139,149 O'Brien, Thomas John ................ 67 Oden, Peggy ......,.....,....,.... 36, 108 Ogan, Nadeane ........................ 67 Olander, Tom ......................,.,.,. 56 Oldham, Allen .,.......... 67, 133, 134 Oliva, Joe ........,....,.. 36, 119, 124 Oroke, Charlene Orr, Bob ........... oflll, Cato .....,.. ..................... 6 7 Osborne, Gary . ...., , Osborne, Linda 36, 67, 87 134, 136 Ostrander, Lloyd .,.... .........4.... Overman, Lynne .... ..... 6 7, 125 Owen, Carol Ann .............. 67, 105 Owen, Dean .................,.............. 67 Owen, Gary .... 56, 124, 132, 134 Owen, Mary Jo .............,.....,.,.... 36 Owen, Rex .............,.............. 36, 94 Owsley, Nancy 36, 87, 92, 138, 139 Oxandale, Dick .......... 18, 36 95, 98, P Packard, Martha .............. Pagel, Donna , ....,. Paige, Sammie ....... J , 94, 116, 117, 149 36, 139 37 37, 101 Painter, im ,....... ........... 6 8 Palmer, Carl ...... ....... 6 8 Palmer, Lois ......,. .,..,.. 5 6 Palmer, Lucille ,,...,,... ......,....... 5 6 Pantle, David ..................., 37, 120 Papenhausen, Joyce ...............,., 68 Paramore, Janie ........ 68, 92, 98, 103, 138, 165 Parker, Pat ..............,................. 56 Parman, Darryl ............ Parmenter, Richard ...... Parnell, Beverly Jo ....., 56 68 68 Parr, Marlln .,............ ......, 5 6 Parrott, Beth ...... .. .,....... .,.... 5 6 Parsons, Verla ...,..............,......... 68 Pate, Deanna ....... ...... 5 6, 96, 109 Pate, Jackie ........... .....,.. 3 7, 134 Patrick, Carroll ......,...............,... 56 Patterson, Charles ,,.............. A... Patterson, Clifford ............ 37, 122, 124, 134 Patterson, Eleanor ..... , ..,.....,.... 68 Patterson, Sally ..............,,........ 53 Patton, Laura .....................,...... 56 Paul, Andrea 37, 92, 108, 109, 139 Paul, Mary Ja .....,....................., 68 Paxson, Janet .............,...,......,... 56 Payne, Kenny .....,........,............. 68 Payne, Marvin .....,..........,........... 56 Peach, Margaret 37, 86, 104, 111 Pearce, Alta Mae ......i...........,.,. Peavler, Wanda ...... ..........,.... 5 6 Peele, Alice ............ ...... 6 8, 120 Pellett, David ........ , ...... 68, 92 Pelton, Richard ......... . .,.. 37, 104 Percifield, Deanna ..............,,.... 68 Perine, Judy .............,.... 56, 91, 95 Perkins, Arnetta ............,........... 68 Perkins, Dixie ,... .....,.... Perkins, Erma ..........,.,..i......,..... 37 Perrin, Marilyn .....,..........., 37, 98, 103, 139, 153 Peters, Larry .............................. 68 Petersen, Hans ..... ,.... 5 6, 132, 134 Peterson, Harry .....,.................... 68 Peterson, Larry ..,...,................... Peterson, Nancy ,......... 56, 92, 139 Peterson, Shirley .............. 56, 108 Petree, Georgia ...... ...,,..,.,,.... 5 6 Pettiiohn, Ronald ,..... ........ 6 8 Petty, Terry ..,........ .,..,... 6 8 Pfiester, Marjorie ..... .......,. 5 7 Pfiester, Norma ...., .,..,... 6 8 Phelps, Marlyne ...... ,.......,.. 6 8 Phillips, Delores ..........,............. 37 Phillips, Gary ...................... 37, 68 Phillips, Gerald 60, 103, 125, 165 Phillips, JoAnn .................... Phillips, Phillips, Pickett, Pierce, 68, 97 57 Judlth ............................ Patricia Ann Rachel ...,........ 86, Elalne ........,..... 37, 81, 82, 103, 105, 112 37, 87, 91, 109, 131, 139 Pilcher, Fred ......... Pinger, Alberta ..... Plackett, Gary . ....,. Pointer, Jim ......,.....i........... eww' -Illprqgfgw' 1 57 57 57 57, 101 Polrler, Rosemary ..,................... 68 Pollard, Beverly ...... 68, 72, 92, 98 Polter, Rex ............,,.... 68, 124, 130 Pool, Peggy ........ ......,,... 3 7, 104 Poole, Tom .......... ................. 5 7 Poort, Edward ....... ....,.. Rieger, Harland .......................... 57 Riekenberg, Warren .............. 39 Rigdon, Jack .............. 1' ..-.... 57, 104 Riggin, Ivan ..........,..................... 57 Riley, Charles ....... Ringey, Linddg ....... 39 , ...,... 68 Rissen, Herbal: ..... ' .....,.. 57 Rively, Virgil ., ....... ....... 5 7 Roach, Bettie ............................ 68 Roach, Ellen ...............,..............,. 69 Robb, Sue ............ 57, 90, 97, 109 Robinson, Rita Rae ..,......... 69, 1,07 Rocha, Rosemary J ................ . .. 69 Rodehaver, Gerry Jr. Roderick, Gary .... Roderick, 6 Martha ,... Rodriguez, Elisa ....,. 7,134 69 39 69 Schutter, Laurin Rodriguez, Jae ..... ...........,..... 5 7 Roe, Jane .......,....,.........,..---.-,--.-4 69 Rogers, Fred ............ 69, 125, 130 Rogers, Shirley .....,,..........,........ 57 Rohr, Maxine Rolen, Peggy .....,......... 39 Poort, Jon ..,.....,, ....... 3 7 Porta, Fred ........ ....... 3 7 Powell, Jack ...,..... ....... 6 8 Powell, Leonard ......,.,......,,....... Powell, Mariorie ........................ 68 Powell, Marva Lou .... 57, 79, 104, 110,117,119, 139 Prabel, Mary Lou ..,..... 38, 87, 90 Preer, Bernyce ..,.... .............. 3 8 Preston, Joan ...... . ....,. 68 Price, Beverley ...., ....... 3 8 Price, Robert .,...............,............ 68 Proctor, Arthur ...................,...... 68 Pulliam, Jacky 38, 82, 86, 105, 139 Pulliam, Jim ...,...... 57, 90, 91, 102 Pusch, Delores .,..,.........,...,......... 38 Pusch, Jimmy ........,..................... 68 Pyle, Frances ...,.. ......... ....... 5 7 Q Quail, Sue .,.....,......,.................,. 38 Quattlebaum, Lula Jane .... 38, 139 Quiett, Richard .................. .,,..... 6 8 Quimby, Ted ........,........... 46, 120 R Raby, Mariorie ............ 57, 91, 104 Raines, Mellicent ...,,................,.. 38 Ramirez, Martha ...,.,. ............., 5 7 Ramirez, Mary ..........................., 68 Ramirez, Victoria ........................ 38 Ramos, James ....... ,.... 6 8, 109, 130 Rangel, Robert ...,,.......,......,....,... 68 Rasch, Gene ...... Raven, Vern . ........ .. Rawlings, Archie 57 68 Reams, Max ......,.... ...... 6 8, 98 Reavis, Sue .....,., ................. 6 8 Redd, Larry ................................ 68 Redrrlond, Ralph ....,... 68, 125, 130 Reeb, Bill ...,........ ......,.,....,....,.. 3 8 Reed, Bill ......,..... ................. 6 8 Reed, Jeannette ,.... .............. 6 8 Reed, Karlan ,.,... ...........,......... 5 7 Reed, Sherry .....,.......... 60, 68, 98 Reeder, Larry ..........,. 57, 102, 165 Reeder, Sue .... ........ 3 8, 85, 95, 115, 116, 117 Reedy, Patty .............................. Reeves, Barbara .,... .....,...,... 6 8, 72 Reeves, Phyliss ,,..... ,.,.. . 57, 90 Renberger, Nancy ..... ........... 6 8 Renfro, Jean .......... ..... 3 8, 138 Renfro, Roy ............ ..... 6 8, 135 Rezabek, Carole ....... ,.......... 5 7 Rhodes, Ann ......... ,...... 6 8 Rhoten, Darlene ....,.. ....... 9 6 Rhudy, Shirley ...,... ....... 3 8 Rice, Dale ,...... ..... .. 57 Rice, Grady .........,. ..,....,,....,... 3 8 Rice, .lack ...,....... ..,..... ............... 6 8 Richardson, Arlene .... 57, 104, 111 Richardson, Clifford ..,.............,. 38 Richardson, Jackie ......,............... 68 Richardson, Leon ........,, ....... 5 7 Richardson, Mariorie ..,............. 38 Ridgeway, June .......................... 57 Ridgeway, Stan ...............,.. 57, 91, 133, 134, 136 Ridgeway, Vern ......,........, 68, 134 Ridgway, Philip ................ 57, 124 Ridgway, Waneta ..... .............. 3 9 Ridinger, Billy .....,. ........... 6 8 Ridinger, Janice ,.... .,..., 6 B, 98 Ridinger, Joyce ....... ..... 3 9, 138 175 Rolley, Wayne ,,.,.......... 39, 77, 87, 89, 123, 124 Rolstom, Butch .......................... 101 Romig, Janice ...,... .......... 6 9, 92 Ronsick, Barbara ...................,.. 57 Roper, Jim ......,,,.........., 39, 76, 88, 104,105, 111, 112,113 Rosander, Jim ..................,......... 57 Rosenberger, Milton .................. 39 Rosenwald, Sharon 60, 69, 104, 138 Ross, Donna ...................,....... . .... 57 Ross, Marsha Rost, Tom ....,.,. Roth, Ralph ....... Roush, Rex ..,.....,........ Rouviere, Albert .,.,.. Rowles, Gary ,,.,,..... Royer, Jerry Rucker, Ollie Rulon, Curt .... Rulon, Leila ........ Rundell, Carl Rust, Ardie .... 124 39 57, 39, 103 57, 90 39, 100 69 57 69 Rust, Arlene .............. 39, 137, 138 Rust, Jacquie ............................ 57 Rust, Joyce .......,.......... 39, 95, 105 S Salyer, Donna .......... ...,.......... 6 9 Sanders, Eloise ..... ...,,,....,,.. 3 9 Sanders, Phil ..,... ........ 4 0, 92 Sandford, Tom ,...... ....,...... 4 0 Sa ut, Roger ,..,,.,. . Savage, Earl ......... 69, 104 Sawyer, Gerald ....,........,.,.......... 40 Sawyer, Grace Saylor, JoAnn Saylor, Mark 1 ..... Scales, Elaine ....... 69, 87, 103 57, 87 , .,..,..... 69 Scales, Ethel . ..,.....,.,. ..........,,.,, 4 0 Schaeffer, Deanna .,.......,..., 69, 87 Schaffer, Clarence ,....... 40, 104, 105, 110 Schaffer, Clifford ......,... 40, 104, 105, 111, 113 Scheck, Gerald ,........ ......,.......... 6 9 Schendel, J. .........,...... 57, 96, 108 Scheuerman, Bernice ..,............... Scheuerman, Ray ...,..... ..... 6 9 Schiesser, Norman ,..,... ..... 6 9 Schlodder, Helen ...... ..... 4 0 Schlodder, Pauline ..... 40 Schmid, Kathryn ...,.. ..... 6 9 Schmidt, Mary Lou .................... 69 Schmidt, Sharon .,.. ..........,.. ....... - 5 7 Schneider, Larry ........ 69, 125, 134 Schober, Susan .................. 57, 139 Schroer, Darlene ..,... Schulz, Margaret ..... Schuster, Janice ...... Schutter, Joyce ..... 57, 108 57 69 E 57, 104 Schwartz, Don ...... .......,- 4 0 Scott, Larry ,..... ............ 5 7 Scott, Marcia .,.......,..........., 57, 92 Scrivner, Noel .................. ,..... ,... 6 9 Sears, Mary 40, 96, 104, 113, 114 Seeber, Laurie ..,................. 57, 109 Seger, Ralph ................ 40, 81, 82, 89, 94, 106, 108, 151 Seidel, Jim ............,... 40, 123, 124 Self, Larry ..............,........... 57, 109 Sellards, Robert .... 57, 92, 94, 108 Senne, Joellen ............ 69, 92, 109 Senne, Marilyn .......,............ 69, 91 Serna, Lawrence ................... . 69 Serna, Rita ..,....... ,. ..................,. if Shaver, Pelbert ....,.....,.. L ........ 9 Slmw, Betty .,..,..,,...,......... v 40, 138 Shaw, Eddie .,............................ 58 Shaw, Sandra .... 58, 90, 102, 115 Sheafor, Brad .... ,....,.. 5 8, 82, 87, 98,103, 115, 119 Shehi, Jim ,..........................,....,, 69 Shell, Cynthia ..............,..,.. 58, 90 Shepard, Nancy Jo ., ......... 69 Sheroan, Howard ..,... ..... 6 9 Sherwood, Richard ..,. ......,.. Shideler, Sally ,, ....... ,.,.. 5 8, 87 Shields, John ..,,... ..... 4 0, 94 Shiner, Kay ..,.,....., ..,.... 6 9, 109 Shinn,, Daryle ...... ........,... 5 8 Shinn, Larry ...,.. ..,...... 4 1 Shively, Bill ........., ............ 6 9 Shower, Albert ......,..,....,........... 58 Shower, Katharine ........ 41, 87, 95 Shrimplin, Charlotte .,..............,. 69 Shrimplin, Mariorie .................... 58 Shutt, Jack ..............,. 69, 130, 135 Shutt, Steve .......,....,.....,........,.... 69 shy, Lillian ..,..,.....,....,..,,....,..,... 69 Siebuhr, Fran .... 41, 128, 129, 136 Silver, Carolyn ,.............,. ,......... 6 9 Simmons, Larry ....... ...... 6 9 Simons, Janie ..,.. . ......... 58 Simpson, Punk ...... ................... 4 1 Simpson, Wilma ................ 58, 104 Sipes, Clyde ...,..,.,..... 69, 125, 130 Skillens, Ronald ...............,.. 41, 109 Skinner, Fred ..,.,,........................ 69 Skinner, Jerry 58, 120, 124, 134 Skoog, Astrid .,.........,........ 58, 109 Slack, Carol .............. . ........ 69 Slaughter, Marilyn ..,. ..,...... 5 8 Sloop, Gwen ........,.. ............ 4 1 Slayer, Frank ...,....,......,,... 58, 109 Smell, Virginia ..,...,......,.............. 69 Smith, Allen .... 41, 104, 112, 132 Smith, Barbara .......................... 69 Smith, Barbara ,............. ......... 6 9 Smith, Conrad .................,.......... 58 Smith, Darla ................,.........,. 69 Smith, Dlck ........ 69 104, 111 113 Smith, Gerald ,,.,..,........,,.........,. 69 Smith, Glen ...,.,.,.,,,...,...,,........... 41 Smith, Harvey ..... ...... 5 8 Smith, Johnny ......... ...... 4 1 Smith, Lawrence ..... ..-... 6 9 Smith, Lawrence . ...... 58 Smith, Leatha ----- ...... 5 8 Smith, Louise ........ .--- -- 41 Smith, Mary ................................ 69 Smith, Mary Lou ,.,...... ............... 5 8 Smith, Marylyn .....,., 69, 105, 110 Smith, Rosalie ,.................. ,-,....,. 7 0 Smith, Sally .....,.., ..,... 4 1, 114 Smith, Shirley ,.... ............ 4 1 Smith, Shirley ..... ......... 7 0 Smith, Sonia ....,...,.. ..-. . . 70 Smrha, Katherine ........ .......,..... 7 0 Sneden, Johnnie ................ 70, 88 Sneden, Wesley ...............,.....,-... 70 Snell, Jerry 41, 106, 107, 108, 114 Snider, Larry ............................ 109 Snook, Arleen ...... 70 Snook, Eileen ....... .... , ..... 7 0 Snook, Lucille ...........,.,.. 41 Snook, Phil ......... .................., 5 8 Snyder, Carol .............. 58, 97, 108 Snyder, Gerald ....Y...........,,,.....,. 70 Snyder, Jim .......... ,... . ,. 41, 116 Snyder, Karen .,......,.,,. 70 Soudek, Eldon ........ . 41 Southard, Payne ..... .,,...,.. 7 0 Sauthard, Selena .,... ...........,.... 5 8 Sowers, Marcia .,...... ,,,,,., 5 8, 139 Spencer, Betty .... , .,...,,.....,,..,,. 58 Spicer, Dorothy ....,..... 58, 91, 108 Springstead, Jack ..................,... 70 Spurgeon, Larry .....,........., 41, 119 Stafford, Becky ........ 42, 105, 115, 116, 117, 120, 157, 166 Stalker, Norman ........ 58, 124, 130 Stancliffe, Alan .................. 70, 120 Stanclifte, Sharlet ...... 58, 97, 109 Standerfer, Twilla .............. 42, 98 Stanford, lona ....,..., ....,........,.. 7 0 Stanley, Clyde ,.,.... ,,.,.,,,, 4 2 Stanley, James ....,....................,.. 58 Starbird, James ........,....,.. 58, 105 Starbuck, Clifford .... 70, 125, 130 Starr, David ,.... .....,..,,.,.......,.,,,,,. 5 8 Starr, Jimmy ,...... .....,..,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 Steele, Fritzie ........,....,..,... 70, 135 Stein, Ed ..........,,,...,.,,....,.,.....,... 58 Sterrett, Joel .,.,,... 42, 85, 104, 120 Stevenson, Joseph .,...,......,,..,..1,. 70 Stevenson, Mariorie .................. 58 Stevenson, Sonia .............,....,.,,4, 70 Steves, Harold , ,..........,.,... 70, 104 Stewart, Carla ............,. 42, 78, 109 Stewart, Gary ,.,.. , ............,,.,,., 58 Stewart, Jay ,...., ........ 4 2, 114 Stewart, Lee .... ,,,,,.,,,,,, 7 O Stewart, Lela .... ,,,,,.,., 5 8 Stickler, Edith .,..., 58 Stillie, Jim ..,..,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,. Stillie, Judy ...... ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 Sine, Bob , .........,,. ....,. 4 2, 104 Stingley, Ann ......................., 58, 96 St. John, Sharron ........ 70, 92, 104 Stockert, Barbara ......,....... 42, 104 Stocking, John ........., 70, 125, 134 Stockwell, Ray .... 42, 122, 124, 134 Stone, Carolyn ..........,................. 42 Stone, John ........................,....... 70 Stone, Larry ............ ....., 5 8, 133 Stone, Saundra ....... Stovall, Bobby ..... ........., 7 0, 109 Stovall, Marvin .......... 70, 104, 105 Straeter, Patty ..... ........,....... 5 8 Stroff, John ......... ...... 5 B Stroth, Charles 70 Stroup, Larry .. ..,.. .,,.,. 5 8 Stroup, Otis .......... .......... Stryker, Charlotte .....,.,........ 5 ..... 53 Stuonkel, Dorothy ............,. 42, Stuenkel, Paul ......... Sturm, Frederick ......, ....... . . 42, 139 108 132 58, Suddarth, Dee .......... 42, 104, 110 Suddarth, Tom ................ 58, 124, 128, 129, 130 Sudduth, Howard ...................... 70 Sullivan, Kitty ..... ................ 7 0 Sumey, Pete ............. ....... 7 0, 130 Sutherin, Sally ...,,J. ......... Swain, Dixie' e ..... .,.............. 7 0 Swain, Toi ..... .......,.. 5 8, 120 Swank, G4 t '-'17 ......... 42, 76, 84, .,.:, ,J " i . Whiteley, Launita Whittington, Virginia Wiese, Karlene A.... Wikkerink, Bob ..... Wilcox, Peggy .,,..., Wilcox, Warren .. 59 71 71 71 59 71 Wilder, Phyllis ....... .,..... 4 5, 92 Wile, Fred ................. ,.... 4 6, 135 Wilkerson, Barbara ....,, . ,.,....... 59 Wilkins, Donald ...... ........ 4 5 Wilkins, Elizabeth .... ........ 5 9 Willbourn, Jack ,,...................,.., . 45 Williams, Frances ............,......... 71 Williams, Shirley .... 45, 73, 97, 114, 115,116,118,119,157,166 Wilmore, Carol Wilmore, Doug Wilson, Beatrice Wilson, Beverly ...... Wilson, Donna ..,.... Wilson, Evelyn ,.... Wilson, Sharon ,. 45, 92, 95, 98, 104, 139 71, 104, 120 71, 97 45, 97 71 59, 109 59 Winchell, Nick ....... Wingert, Marvin .,.... Winklepleck, Lyle ...... ..... 45, 108 71, 105 Wiseman, Marvin ........ ..... . Wolfe, Gale .......,.....,.... 45, 86, 92 98 Wolfe, Jlm ..... ...,.,. 4 5, 8 86, 89, 103, 126, 156 U Swank, Robert ......,............, 42, 116 Uland, Diane .............,................ 71 Swanson, Carol ..........,.....,...,... 42 Umbarger, Carter 48, 59, 94, 103 Swanson, K. K. .,.,..,... 70, 103, 120 Unruh, Jesse ...............,........ 44, 133 Swanson, Mary Kay ........,. 58, 87 Upchurch, Gerald 71, 125, 130, 134 90, 96, 98 Upshaw, Barbara .............,....,... 71 Swanstrom, Nancy 42, 90, 139, 167 V Swartz, Charles .,...,...... 43, 86, 105 Vallas, Georgia .... ,... 4 4, 104, 105 Swartz, Norman ..,......... 70, 87, 94, Vaughn, James ......,.....,............. 59 124, 132, 134 Vauthrin, Dollie ..........,.....,,...... 59 Sweet, Joyce ...,.,,.....,,.,..,,,......,.. 58 Vega, Phyllis ................,., 44, 138 Swenson, Wayne .... 43, 82, 94, 95 Viar, Dixie 44, 81, 82, 96, 98, 139 Swift, Willa ................ 58, 92, 95, Viar, Janet ............ 71, 72, 96, 98 96, 98, 115, 119 Vickland, Dan .................... 71, 134 Swisher, Glenda ................ 43, 139 Viergever, Phyllis .....,..,....... 59, 95 Swisher, Wanda ........ 43, 87, 139 Viers, Russell ........... ....... 7 1, 130 Swogger, John ...,...,................., 70 Villar, Paul ...,,.,....... ,,,.... 7 1, 130 T Vorhies, Joyce ............ ......., ,,.. 7 1 Tague, Rose ............ ............. 7 0 W Tarlton, John ........... ........ 5 8, 124 Waddell, Norma .... .,..,. 5 9 Tarwater, Ernie .,.......,........ 58, 140 Wadleigh, Helen . ........ . Tatum, Pat ........................,.,.....,, 43 Wagner, Helen ...... ............. 5 9 Taylor, Bill ........ 70, 87, 125, 130 Wagner, Wayne ................ 59, 104 Taylor, Jewitt ...., L ..........,.......,,.,.. 70 Waldschmidt, Doris ..,,.............,.. 59 Taylor, Joanne ........,... 70, 90, 102 Walker, Tom ....,.,.....,, .,.... Taylor, Mary Anne .... 43, 86, 139 Walker, Julie ....,... ,.,,.. 7 1 Taylor Melinda 43, 90, 96, 98, 108 Wallace, Jim ........,..,. ...... 7 1 Taylor, Nancy ....,.,............. 58, 109 Wallace, Marilou ...,..... .......... 4 4 Taylor, Patricia ....... ,,....... 5 B Waller, Barbara Jean ........ 59, 97 Taylor, Pete ......... ..........,.. 5 8 Walstrom, Clarence , ....., .....,..,. 4 4 Taylor, Phil ...,...... ....,. 5 8, 82 Wangerin, Darma ...,,. .......,..... 7 1 Taylor, Rodgar ...... ,........ 5 8 Ward, Carl ....,........ ....,,. 4 4, 134 Terrell, Lessie ..... ...,., 5 9 Ward, Jim ........... ...,,......,. 5 9 Tetuon, John ,.,,.............,...,........ 70 Ward, Linda ........,, ..,.,. 7 1 Tetuan, Raymond ....,.,....,........., 59 Warner, Alan .,............. .......... 7 1 Tew, Larry ......,, 43, 122, 124, 136 Warner, Bernard ....,....,.,........,.., 71 Tholl, Janice ...,,.....,............. 59, 95 Warner, Jack ,.., 44, 91, 132, 136 Thomas, Georgia .,...,..............,... 70 Warner, Joyce ........ 59, 80, 82, 91 Thompson, Betty ...............,,....,.. 43 Warren, Darryl ...........,..,.., 59, 91, Thompson, Emmett ......,..,.. 59, 98, 109, 124, 132 128, 129, 130, 134 Washburn, Beverly ....... ,.....,..,.., 4 4 Thompson, Grace 43, 95, 109, 114 Washington, Mary ..,....,. .......... 5 9 Thorne, Jane ..,...,...,...,........,,..... 59 Wasson, Clyde ..................,......... 71 Thurber, Glen .,,...... ..,... 7 0 Waters, Richard ................ 59, 134 Tibbits, Robert ...... ...,., 7 0 Watson, Eugene ...,...... 59, 87, 109 Tillman, Barbara .... ...,............ 7 0 Watterson, Paul .....................,.. 59 Tilton, Sandra ,.... .............,,,.... 7 0 Watts, Buzly ............ 44, 122, 124, Tilzey, Winston ........ 43, 135, 136 128, 129, 134, 136 Tindell, Joanne ...,.,...... 43, 83, 86, Watts, Elizabeth ......,...............,. 71 ' 92, 96, 98, 138, 139 Watts, Peggy ............,............... Tinoco, Corrine ,.......,...... .... ,....,, 7 0 Waylon, Janet ....,. ........,....... 4 4 Tipton, Norma ........ ,,,,,, 7 0 Weathers, Dennis ...................... 71 Tipton, Richard ...,,. ,.,,,,,,,, 4 3 Webb, Donna ,..,......., 71, 87, 103 Todd, Barbara ...,. ,... L , ..,,,,, 43 Webb, Freda ...... .......... 5 9, 104 Tonsing, Fred ....,,.,.. .,,.... 5 9, 105 Webb, Gwen .............,.......,........ 44 Torneden, Bertha .,.., ,.,,.,,,,,,,, 5 9 Webb, Kay ..............,..........,.,,.,. 44 Trent, Arthur ..,.,..,........,,.,,.,,,,,,,, Webb, Peggy 18, 44, 98, 108, 139 Tritt, Ruth .........,..,..,.,,.....,..,,,.,., 59 Webb, Polly 44, 82, 98, 108, 139 True, Fred .... 43, 87, 94, 135, 136 Weber, Floyd ......,...............,....,., 59 Truitt, Dorris ....,..,........,,,.,.., 43, 90 Weed, Lois ..........,.....,................. 71 Tumblesan, Charles ,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,, W, 70 Weeks, Virginia ...... ....... 5 9, 91 Turner, Caralee ............ 59, 83, 85, Weibel, Frcd ............. .....,.... 4 5 87, 103, 149 Weinkauf, Gary ,.,.... -,---., 5 9 . Turner, Carole ............................ 59 Weir, Peggy .......... ....... 4 5 Turner, Harry, Jr. ,, 43, 82, 86, 98, Weiter, Terri ...... .......,.. 7 1 99, 103, 115, 118, 119, 1:15, 136 Weller, Don ....,....... ...,.s........... 4 5 Turner, Mary lee ,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70 Wells, Don ,.,..,. ................. 7 1, 125 Turner, Rod ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 70 Werth, Virginia Ann ,.......,......... 45 Turner, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 59, 106, 109 Wesely, Francis James .....,,.,.,. Turner, Willa ..... ..,.........,...,.,. 7 0 West, Jerry ................................ 71 Tutt, Venito .,.,.. ........,..,..,........ 7 0 Wheat, Ted .,,...... ..,..... 7 1, 134 Tuttle, Chug ..,...,,..,...., 44, 86, 161 Whitten, Bob ....... ..... 5 9, 124 Twining, Carl ,,,., .,.,,.,,,,.,,.,...,. 7 1 White, Joan ..... .......... 5 9 Twining, Nadine ..,, ,.............. , 44 White, Peggy .... ....... 4 6 Tyler, Nancy ....... ........,, 59 White, Toby .,... .,.. 59 6, 92, Wolfe, Joe ...,..........................., 59 Wolford, Doris ..,..........,.............. 71 Wood, Mimi ,......... ..., ....... 7 1 , 98 Woodring, Cooper ...... ...,....,.. 5 9 Woodruff, Patsy ...... .,,.,.,...,... 4 6 Woodrum, Linda ,.....,......... 45, 137 Woodson, Phyllis ,...,.,...,........... 59 Woodward, Tom .,...... 11, 71, 113 Woollard, Sylvia ........,..,...,........ 71 Work, Barbara ..... ........ 5 9 Work, Jadine ....... ,...... 4 5 Workman, Gary ,,,.,, ........ 7 1 Workman, Shirley .... ..,..... 4 5 Workman, Susan ........,.,.,.........,. 71 Worthington, Wanda ........ 71, 91 Wray, Barbara ............ ...,....... 4 6 Wray, Charles .,.,,... .,....,. 7 1 Wright, Barbara ...... ......,, 5 9 Wright, Jim .,,... ,..,.......... 7 1 Wright, Patty ...., ...., 5 9, 108 Wright, Shirley .,... ...,..,,... 4 6 Wright, Tom ...,...... ,.... 7 1, 120 Wright, Wilbur ........ . ,..,..,.... 71 Wyatt, Jackie Ray .......,,... 71, 132 Wyles, Leo Paul , ...., ........,., 7 1 Wyman, Shirley ..... . ,.......,. 71 Wysong, Nancy ,.....,.. ...... 4 6, 137 Y Yenkey, Nadine ...... ........ 7 1 Yenzer, Dale ..,...... ........ 7 1 Yerkes, Sidney ..... .........,, 5 9 Yockey, Doris ....................., 59, 96 Young, Rose Marie .................... 59 Youngdoff, Larry 46, 108, 133, 134 Z Zeferiohn, Dorothy .....,...,.......... 59 Zeferiohn, Mariean ...... ..,..... 7 1 Zeller, Carol ......,...,. ...,..., 4 6 Zeller, Robert .............. ........ 7 1 Zimmerman, Barbara ................ Zimmerman, Jon .............,.. 46, 114 Zirkle, Alan ........... .........,..., 4 6 Zirkle, Donna ..... .,..... 7 1, 91 Zook, Darlene ,...,.. ..,,,,..,,, 7 1 Zuber, Suzanne .,... ....,... 5 9 F5155 -Y' With appreciation to Mr. the cover, and to Mr. Blevans and the veterans' trade photography students and trade school students for the division page pictures and many other pictures in the Sunflower. Also, thanks to Mr. Carl Nall and Mr. Tom Hinde for all the Junior and Sophomore individual pictures. John Blevans for taking the picture on 176 - 3 W ,fl TZ af WQJW M723 WW MM ,Z M ff L U Wg? Th M Q I wg? , ,, 'A' 'V ,fy , Q . W7 ljid at ,, ' ff jp """"' AAI, :VA f ' ,fl A - ygfgffj cgytcwkm MEM 'j, MK ix QWM , A 'ig ' Jw www! ZW 70-mf . 5W9!Z,,jMz4' 904, . Wmqtwbgzwwg XM 1 W 7,,f'j5f'fff52 f"',fi5f2,fZgff , f MMM 3' jflfixg ffffffyfuffffxf 3 3f?M1 f5M QM 7355 JN jg P N M fffdgfjfii M 2335? Wpaydf, We ,xy-xkfgmwq VA .I Ql' A W , 4 W A.,,. q ,I g A Mbgf L-V ffl mf? WM WW M fa' f M WWW? ,,wffff5?ff4A Wk W? W , U ff WW ff, THWQWWW ff IWW w"'M'WWf0 f A 5 W, if Lv . 0 wi W' fYXpjf,947i,f71fwf6"1'. 1 V ' J, W wWif Mf


Suggestions in the Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) collection:

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.