Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS)

 - Class of 1956

Page 1 of 218

 

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



Page 6, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1956 Edition, Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 218 of the 1956 volume:

, s ...-..,.- Y' "1 J' , , , 1 ff rl , L. :I I. I ,. I nl vl ., , ,. . F . X . 5 . The Yearbook Staff Presents to Its Fellow Students EDITORIAL STAFF Co Edltors Associate Edntor Co Lrterary Editors Sports Editor Underclassman Editor Index Editor Senror Actlvltles Edrtor ART STAFF Layout Cartoomst Design Photographer BUSINESS STAFF Co Business Managers Assocrate Business Manager Clrculatron Manager the 1956 Lynne Martrn Solly Mack Vlrglnla Smlth Joanne Taylor, Jane Chalmers Jack Powell Janet Mann Slbyl Rrekenberg Jane Crow Sue Campbell Barbara Barnett Terry Petty Dorothy Trickett Gary Flnckrnger Sally Carnahan Ed Poort Davld Heath Jane Copenhater Topeka Kansas Topeka High School 'baud' ,ix V'V'r"r' r V' Ff rrr' r' Fe'- Jw ' ,l 'll f,,pu '-mn: 4 1- V ful Illlllllr ef F"'E7' UH 4 lr 1 , ' 1 i 0 t 4 I 1 t P ' ,f " , , 1 ,f -'-4+ x iff NN ,, , . , Xpf -' . '-71' l -L 1 l . if ,,u7,',1y,- X x :D i v N K wifi ' ' W ' -1 4 .1 ,- ' , V ' ' ' f f f - ,111 ' K , 'K ' V if ' fr A .91 ' V' F M -,- I ix , . 4 ., , M ' ,w I f V V, 11 if-47? 5 2 I I I - F ,1 ffl' J f 1 l y , .,m - rx HQ ' ,j-, ,ul V ..,,,l' , - -" "" 1'-l ' ' "",'1.-'fx -V . J ' ,K Ah. : ' ."'T ' .1 'lv " . ,I 2, ,A - - K A - ' A .' vw ., . 1 V' 1 1A 4, 112 l l A l iii mmf WWT F? Frm , X ww gg? ' 'Q 'WMU re we lnstened tolked These then ore the holls we wolked Clossrooms wha T From thas hugh ower thus spoclous lown Twenty tive closses now hove gone Here they workled ond studied ployed They left the TIOIGD spsrlt stoyed The Splrlt soylng We re the best The pride In We re from THS Trolons olwoys wlll moke goans While Trolon splrlt stlll remolns Now we poss on the Tower stoys Symbol of our hugh school doys So this IS our lute hour by hour IN THE SHADOW OF THE TOWER , fy . ,' r 7-f,fy fl m ,190 1, . .T gif . ' ,-, ,jJ . y Q a rw - ' .f rp if , 'T-A , f .' l lg f ah ' 'fl "" T . ' 'nv' ' V' - W5 ,IH t , ' ,.nf,, --. ff ' 'ffl ,4 ' yi f V X , W- 4 gut 1 I ly t- ' v . ' l -I ' ' ' , , V . f. ..,, ,iw Y -A 5 xy ,A we V r W f- rr l r 2 I If lf r 1 '--. ff" fp N - ' 5 IA ,, pair, X - Q Q J f..- . ,I .I f ,, T .T 1 1 y I we Am--, I , , v- . 'npr I v ,vw r I4 Az. V . ,T , dx O, sux. ft in my I '--wg., M' 6 1 ' ' ,-' fn -If K l TN ' 1 fm . ' M' , ' I I I I I ' ' ' bl Y II I l ' ' 44 V IV y Agn... A 'Qa- : . v"' - tim'-' qisV'-f- . f'v ' . ' !" P lynx ,QW A' -'fini K , V3 6 'x'f-flu -if h D ' Y si nv 4. I no a ri, 4 3 I Mk 34 fa . .,..,,,,,.1,' .-Heil' U V 451. ,Q , , Q- - M 0.44 ,M - -1' x v,4' . , L: :WW-. 4 ,,,-,J -1 n M 4 am " 'Ei -'-g l ,fg Wff-38 w 1 r' 7 , V 1 V Vffsii ak.'E1-rzsfi? ,Ci xii u. A IIA si E 'N - 7 vm' - N I ,.,. .. .4 A ff. ' " t . . I , o . -4 , f 1 . . ,4m,. , 4- k K H'-V 1 4-r Tii.'gfff'f: f i :ffff in Q L wg-" f'-fr. ' Q, ,.. if fi' ,gf 1- 2 v I x 1,1 , 1 z A ., H , f , f , , , .Q ,Emp Qgfv 7 Nia. 453 'RS ' 5, wi 4 N, f ., , V: '95 3 44. , - '. v, . 4 ' 4 ' 1 ,E Y 5 Table of Contents ADMINISTRATION page 8 Board of Educatlon Advisors Faculty STUDENTS page I 8 Sensors Senior Actlvltles Junlors Sophomores DEPARTMENTAL page 76 r Industrial Arts Engllsh Mathematics Science Home Economics Language ACTIVITIES Electrons Student Government Journalism Clubs Servuce Groups Dramatncs Parties ATHLETICS Football Homecommg Cheerleaders Pep Clubs ADVERTISING Ads Index Muslc Groups Business Socual Studles Physical Educatlon Proctors Trade School Cafeteria and Custodlans P099 page Basketball Queen of Courts Cross Country Manor Sports P099 O4 40 64 At ' .. ....... . I ww 73219 , ,. -' 1535 , L ?i e2.5 ' 1 gi 2 WJ? ' f , msg-Q: ,, , SJ .Q 1. t 'Ras gf' ,ik A? A, x an r . .va Y Y Za sing, -va., Qs. ,,,...n .Gif M,,.,4w- , q,.-.,,:ga:.- , ' fN""' ,'. , A , , ,mt Qw.,2:g,.- -'ki + '. 'ibhgfli'-5:55 , Q Vg A If-Q 2 K - A ...ws ,,.' ,pf X.-Q. :W Y. 1 'iben CZ VF :UQ gavnv At 1. " ,,... . 10, rn. f,f' -J' 1 I . my , I f B 8 V, fm 1 . 1, L 5 7 U h , K 7An.m 9 1 qu'ff N . 'N ,n , Q 1. ul" .. -I ---V-vw... Q W ft' H I o up-. W, M- 2Hn,, SQAQEX - k' 'UIQ 4f:g.,'b'5' was dx' .. '. 4-.Qil 5 5 'N A M M? M5 gl ' QQ-N www I 2 f- ,I 5 C' N ,ffj X ' W X , H 1 , y fx! X K X Y X f Q, ,I V, I Cf f, 1 ffm '- ' - ' -f .,.:'4 JA 1 V fli I-:' NK 9 V 9 - V in Huff ,Q ff ff' X , , ' , 4 , A A . 7,5 , V 'fl X : I ' ' k NX ,J X l B 1 'F-f K , K, I X - 1 K Kg f I N ex f I L f. A12 1 - 'L lr -1, ' X ,X 1 yn Nmlll L... 11 A' ' lb X77 l if ff"'U"'--' gl ln The shado of The Tower These are Th y who wueld The power Helplng Teaching guldlng and Always glad To lend a hand Quick enTorcemenT of each rule ATTer all whaT makes a school? Trolans all oT lowly sTaTlon Haul To Thee: ADMINISTRATION! -df ,, X 2, Az' 2 V gil xiii, .,.b .T 1 f! , ,I 1 f,j LN ., N Q 1 ll X I ll - l 1 -.fv.. - X , f, 9 -' A A l 4 Xi l F T 15 . ,I ' .I T . : . , c . all -.'. p ., gf M. J. WHITSON 3 Xu' Asst, to Superintendent WENDELL R. GODWIN Superintendent of Schools DR. GILES THEILMANN Director of Instruction Q wzwwrwy, 7 0 Board Members Weigh Many Problem Probably the most important volunteers for civic duty in a welcome speaker at an annual assembley program. Topeka, were the six non-salaried school board members. Serv- With the good ot individual students and teachers in mind, ing countless hours in meetings and on committees, the mem- and with an eye to the needs of Topeka, the board was an im- bers were elected for four year terms. portant group representing the entire community. Of the six Problems of all kinds reached the Board of Education's desk. members, Mrs. Ernest Shiner was the only woman. Dr. Richard ln T955 and l956, their chief concern was over segregation Greer was president, and Mr. Robert F. Schendel, Topeka busi- questions and the everpresent ones connected with expanding nessman, and Dr. Gordon Summers were the newest members. population, rising costs in building, and increased salaries for Mr. Charles Sheetz, former president, is an engineer, and Mr. teachers. Gerald Barker is connected with radio station WREN. Changes at Troy, like the cafeteria improvements, replace- Responsible to the public, the school board strived to serve ment of worn equipment and new installations were considera- them by furnishing their sons and daughters with the best edu- tions of the Board of Education. Members were frequent visi- cation and programs available. tors to the building, and Mr. Godwin who meets with them was BOARD OF EDUCATION Miss Elizabeth Donaldson, James W Porter, Charles Sheetz, Dr, Gordon Sum- mers, Gerald Barker, Dr Ricnord Greer, Mrs Ernest Shiner, Robert R. Schendel, T A Kerr, and Wendell Godwin. Missing: Mrs LaVon Arrriaridoriz lO 1 T 4 ,-lg' , 4 .. 7. 'fn S Y m Qulet' People Workung' .VAQBO I 64 tba' , lt . V: 'u i 'lb 'SLR sri! wyifkcglr, 0 , ,- '7 'FT Q. -xr, I Parents vusuts student and teacher conferences budget balancung sports schedules the mrllnons of de tolls of a bug school go n and out of the prlnclpal s offuce Mr E B Wea er spent time each day dlc tatlng to has secretory Mrs Woodburn we Qagememfm Scfzacalwncfpwifrc Admmlstrators Accompllsh Miracles The admmlstratton served as a bundrng lmk between tea chers and students They were thenr frnends and advlsors always wullmg to lusten to problems and offer sound advlce They had many duties wlthout whlch the school could not have functroned smoothly They supervised the faculty planned the ossemblles and arranged the program schedules of all Trolans Whenever advace was needed about colleges or 'obs advnsors were ready and wllllng to help students In every way posslble KENNETH MEYERS Director of Guudonce MISS ANNABEL PRINGLE Dean of Gnrls The admtnnstrators co ordmated academic sublects and socnal actlvutues of the school to such an extent that every Trolan became better prepared to be a cttlzen In the world of tomor row The students grew under their gutdance not only In class room knowledge but In assocuatlons wlth many other people Greatfulness for thus generosrty of trme and understandmg was apparent ln the student faculty attitudes The odmlmstrotuon dld accompllshments' if ae :mist OWEN HENSON Director of Curriculum OTTO BODEHAUSEN Dean of Boys ll f f S3 1 - k v , p 483. L-LA T i ' 1 l - I E l . . . , v - . O C I C ' I . , . , - . I . - ' ' wr t. 1 ' ff l ' A E ti 7' IN ale- A , X ai '- ' f . ' 4 gs N .5 - -gi, 3 gi' ff? r . 'Q -r' of Students often wondered what went on in a faculty meeting. Now we know - or do we? ilazcwkzmgg 2929 ,4WQzuh2gae cgf ZQQE! fkmuuea Faculty Encourages Maturing Minds ln the shadow of the tower, the faculty served as the foun- dation for learning for all students. Through them, we have re- ceived much training and instruction in various fields and sub- iects. They have always been willing and eager to lend helping hands, whether by creating a student's interest in new areas, aiding us in a time when we needed advice, or initiating new activities which would benefit all who participated in them. When we first came to THS, the teachers were only names on a card, or people who stood in the front of classes lecturing to us. As we came to know them, we realized that they were really our friends, and were ever willing to listen to our ideas and treat us as individuals. Of course the faculty did not spend all their time with their students. They had their own meetings, too. Lengthy discussion was held this year on the tying together of English and social study classes, and other pertinent questions were talked over in open hour conferences. There were two picnics, one in the fall intiating new teachers at Topeka High, and the other in the spring honoring those faculty members who were retiring. Such affairs were sponsored by the Faculty Guild, and were headed by Mrs. Esther Kingman as president. Then there were the things which happened in the private lives of the faculty, things which the students did not always know. Some of these incidents were pleasant, like the trip to Europe taken by Miss Hopkins, the higher degrees earned with college advancement, Mr. Henson's promotion to the position of Director of Curriculum and Mr. Bodenhausens to Dean of Men. l2 Others like Mr. Fink's automobile accident, were unfortunate. His return in February, like Miss Swenson's return after a year of illness, made THS more homelike for us all. We cannot express our thanks to our teachers in words, we can only hope that our deeds in the future may fulfill the hope they have placed in us. We who are graduating will realize more in the years to come how much they have taught us, not only about their subjects, but also about ourselves and others. Much of whattwe are and ever will be, we owe to the guid- ance of our faculty - the teachers at Topeka High. T ,,g 5 fi X fl 'lwf r f fi lf' i , ' Qi aff, f' X fer! i senmcz Bones, A.s. vEnNoN HAYES, MA. M0""'M'iff Club N Los! and Found Football, Baslxefball, Track Swimming Coach, CHESTER A. DAVENPORT, B.S. i' I f I if , . JUNE HENDERSON, M.A. Junior Class Sponsor MRS. ESTHER KINGMAN, Junior Red Cross CARL P. SNYDER, A.B. CLARENCE MULLENIX M E Basketball Game Cadofs MRS SHIRLEY COLLINS A B H F ELLITHORPE MS FRANCES HUTCHISON MS Play Cadah J W JONES MS Science Club JOHN NEFF MA RUTH PHILLIPS KATHERINE TUCKER M S CARL NALL M 5 Future Nurses Club Business and Educahon Club BERNICE FINLEY M A Usher Club LOUIS CAGLE M S Business and Education Club RUTH LOOMIS MA MRS BEULAH SUMMERS BS ANNETTE WEISSBECK BS Trohoma Club wr' 'SM ,A I' vu 2 2 -fix ROBENA PRINGLE, M.A. PHYLLIS ALEY, M.S. HAROLD BLACKBURN, M.S. Foolball, Track, lnlramurals MARY HOPKINS, M,A. MRS P W. CHAMNESS, A.B. MRS H. F. ELLITHORPE, M.A. MRS WALTER FITTS, B.S. MABEL FRY, M.S. MRS. WILLIAM J. GREER, A.B. would and Sunflowers, Quill and Scroll MARTHA HERRICK, A.B. Sophomore Class Sponsor LOIS FREGU5, 2 M.A. 'S MRS. IRVIN COWGER, A.B MRS. ERMA ERWIN, B.S. Senior Class Sponsor JEAN ROBERTSON, A.B. JOHN KELLY, M.S. MARVIN BAYLESS, M.S. I. L. FINK, M.S. JOHN E. LUND, M.S. JESSE F. TEEL, JR., M.S. LEO THOMAS, M.S. WALTER A. WOLFE, M.S. .4 f JACK DEAN, M.S. Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach HAROLD DILLEY, M.A. Youth on the Boam, Lunch Lino Proclon J f AQSSQYI I , y nv T' nf V-.0 3 xf C J McKEE MH Vocal Music ELBERT FLY MS Opereha Vocal Muslc LARRY M REID AB Football Track Intramurals CHARLES GORDON Baskefball Foolball Tennls Coach ROBERT HALLMAN M M E Orchestra GEORGE NEADERHISER MS Band Q- JEANNE COOPER BS Regular Pep Troy .lanes Cheerleaders PATRICIA KEY AB Honor Pep Troy Janes Cheerleaders JOHN BLEVINS HOMER COY TORRENCE HAAG FLOYD HOLCOMB BS Wresflmg Coach OSCAR PALMER JOHN L POGSON fix XJ X. A xx-.xii-be nf' 'cv gs -, c ,.4l Sparkle on tree branches and 0 snow chmked ccbun ore props for Mr Nel son s specnolty displays LOREN M NUZMAN ME THEODORE CAST M E Slagmg JAMES L COLTON BS D L ERWIN BS T Club Track Coach Cafeterna CLYDE GILBERT BS CHARLES SHOYER AB Vamfy Cadets Concession Stand Workers JAMES WALKER B S Foolball Game Cadets ll i An efficient office force performed varied tasks that kept Troy running smoothly during the year. Friendly and helpful, Mrs. Naomi Woodburn, secretary to Mr. Weaver, carried out various duties. Mrs. Marilyn Pil- cher, served as secretary in the guidance office, where she worked closely with the administration. Faithfully performing her duties as attendance clerk was Miss Erna Sibberson who took care of daily records. The telephone voice that was identified with Topeka High was that of Mrs. Jane Barton, switchboard operator. Anita Stinar, as registrar, did secretarial work for Mr. Henson. She was in charge of keeping a record of the credits of all the students and sending students' transcripts to colleges and other places were they might be requested. Mrs. Kay Fieger, the bookkeeper, handled all of the money and banking. Another one of her tasks was the seemingly endless iob of putting out the daily bulletin. Ever ready to help ailing Trojans was Mrs. Fern Taylor, Topeka High's registered nurse. The efficient cafeteria workers were headed by Miss Eunice Young- quist. Helping her with the business end of the cafe- teria was her secretary, Mrs. Lillian Ash. Mr. Walter Russell, director of the night school, worked diligently to plan and direct the evening courses. His secretary was Miss Joyce Mentzler. K Me Www OM Anita Stinar answering questions, Jane Barton at the switchboard and Kay Fieger typing up the bulletin, do every day tasks Helpful Office Personnel Aid Troy MRS. MARILYN PILCHER Guidance Office Secretary WALTER RUSSELL Director of Night School ERNA SIBBERSON Attendance Clerk ANITA STINAR Regietar MRS. FERN TAYLOR Registered Nurse MRS. NAOMI WOODBURN Secretary to Principal EUNICE YOUNGQUIST Cafeteria Director MRS. LILLIAN ASH Cafeteria Secretary 7 MRS. KAY FIEGER Bookkeeper ' 'W l.g 9 I ,f Mi' NW X N N 9 ' w Lf?-ij: kfx I ,y,, . ' ' kJ X ' LX I "J ' 'XA .1 3 'fr if I -V Q Y Qx. ga, I I ' P! he X f Q X 'g I1 ' I V ,-1-4 A I f X if" iz: ' N F - 1 , ' I Ek 4 X I ,ny 4 frkjx f 1'-TT 3 W AR. Q ,, -. -X. - e- , . fs 4 , 1 4-.X 4 1 X To ss s so rf f 4 N I Ax-Aq -" A"'JVf ll 1 ' 11? ' ' T 4 -F ffl - N-623' rTf T i T e e eee Us-ee sse - 1 X X . In The shodow of he Tower Leoders of fomorrpw flower Lights wlfhln those minds ore downing As fhey re chewing gum ond yownlng Leoders leorners browns ond dubs Sensors IUOIOFS sophomoresf scrubs Leornlng ludgrnenf Ieornlng prudence Heorf of Troy thot s Us' The STUDENTS 9' ,sqm JJ -I K - I a xt. M.. A Ax "What harm can a little snow do?" laugh the senior class officers Diane Henry, secretary-treasurer, Bill Taylor, representative, Marilyn Gresser, representative, Sharon Rosenwald, social chairman, Dave Curnutt, president, Bev Pollard, representative, and Bill Harper,vice-pesident. 5 147 M Seniors Reach Th For us, the seniors, the years at Topeka High have reached their end. Donning the gray caps and gowns, we are now ready to follow the classes of previous years and become graduates -alumni of Topeka High School. Looking now to new horizons, we are prepared and proud to take our places in the outside world. Often will we relive our experiences at Troy, recapturing those moments that have become part of our class. Recalling our first year as Trojans, we will remember the dreaded ordeal of induction which unified our class-the class of '56. Amid a setting of the South Sea Islands, we displayed our talents as we presented our own Sophomore Party, an unforgettable event from our high school days. As juniors, we plunged into many activities and took more initiative as we found our notch in various clubs. We took an active part in sponsoring our junior play, "George Washington Slept Here,"as members of our class proved their dramatic abi- lity in the leading roles. Presenting the Prom proved an exciting venture as we complimented our superiors. ln our last activity as juniors, the girls of our class formed the traditional daisy chain at graduation. 20 resholcl of Future Finally we reached the climax of our three years of re- sidence in Troy-our senior year. Leading the school in student government, we set examples for our successors. Eagerly we awaited the highlighted moments of the school year when mem- bers of our class were crowned as Homecoming, Queen of Courts, Sunflower, and All-School Party royalty. Amid the hub- bub of filling out college applications, we took a holiday, senior sneak day. Then reviewing our experiences as Trojans, we gave Class Day. This was a joyous occasion, yet we were filled with sadness as we realized that this was the last time we would appear on the THS stage as Trojans. lt seems to us that it was only a short time ago that we entered the halls of Troy as wide-eyed sophomores. ln that time, we have gained immeasurable knowledge through our friend- ships, the faculty, the administration, our classes, and our ac- tivities. Though we will scatter across the world in years to come, we will always remain o unit, a group, the class of T956. We share a common bond, a common feeling, and a common spirit-the spirit which can only come from having spent three years together in the shadow of the tower. vw, my 56, Ma,mf1ecaf1cZa,Z7afwkag4fzqh... t -42533 if Helen Adams Beverly Jean Adkins Deanna Allen Alpha Ames Alberia Anderson ,jf ,1- Roberf lee Anderson MCYQUCYHI Andrews Roberf Henry Annan Marilyn K Apps Vlrglmo Ashley George I Ashworih N 'W Mary Barley loberr lalley ew mqoancqunmn -drq, lev laurd Joyce Akhsson 'jf Durward Baker Gone L Anderson Georgia Lee Anderson 5,1 Linda Asay J Thomas Ashby .lr Donna Lorene Afen Lula Sue Afklnson Mqyllyfm Bqkgf Mdflfd BGHWIID 21 X ' 1, X ks P A 1. 2 3' F wc? M 4 Q' o 1 'v , V7 , w. 12' H .. 53? Q 9 " ddsh . .Wir ' V 1 A x ' " .I 1 If X r , ' 1 " in Ziff-'Lol Q3 Y I " fiiigfy . 1 A .A 'J of E Donna Barber Gayla L Barncord Barbara Barneh if 0 " 'Q' Jane Beach Phyllls Boal Carol Bobormeyer Janice Kay Bucknell Carole Bler Donna Bllllngs 1-1 Sharyn Blanka Sherrell Bluegackef 1 "" '3 Bob Bohannon Roy Boloy Ramona Boom 22 Richard E Barreff Jams Barry Judith Ann Barileff Bonnue Bockor Ronme L Bedell Jack Benion N-5. John C Bard Joyce M Blackburn Carl Blackwood 0' hi Larry L Blum Jacquolme Boal I I 744 I . . . . . l - -Q. X .3 A v x 4 .vc ' xx W' , L Ng. f I r ' rs if , H , 3.1! 2. 'g t' L, Iyf ' rf . A y ,fp : A y ' f 1 ' i- z A: 'bf , f is 3 L, Q ' 42' f N fy 'C' cnze L .aw J L " , 'B B X. ' 2 'L -' ., Q F ,f J I fr. . f N . I . I X . .1 3. . il V ,5 I I -A if ' 1 fMJZ ZfMQQZQUj7WWZhL6676WMdQG Tolan S Bowser Jessue Mao Bruce Beverly Brown Bob Bradley Marlin Brandt Betty Jean Branson .Ji ,4 Richard Brrckell Rnchard John Bunker Velma Brlstow Jlm Brown S Frederuck E Bryant 6 W Richard Lee Burgen Monlyn Buell Verna Burgoyne Peter Caldwell Clara Briant Judy Jean Brock Jack Bunds Mnchael Dean Byers Kathenne E Callunx ,- Clayton L Bruce r -1 Allan D Brockrneler Stephen D Bunten Mac Byler Chnstlna Calvnllo We ' . , G Q if -3 - ,vi 271112. 5' , A: y .1 I l. '92-15ii,T5 :- ty W X 222724 139' -i , J Q ' . J 'V B al J B N . f ' ' Q ' ' A ,ia F f A 1 Q Q J '22 . in 4 V. t S , . . , K' X B A . 6 W I t u J s . 1 K V' Q Q I A Senuor Actuvutles Adams Helen Pep Club l Aten Donna Lorene Transfer Peabody Becker Bonnue All School Party Queer Adkuns Beverly Jean Pep Club l 2 Nurses Proctor l 2 Trohoma 3 Allen Deanna Sr Leader 3 Troy Jane Bd 3 Trohoma 3 Rep Councul 2 Ames Alpha Lubrary Proctor l 2 Pep Club 2 Anderson Alberta Anderson Gene L Boys Sr Glee 3 Voc Photography 2 3 Operetta l 3 Play Cadets 2 3 Anderson Georgla Lee Proctor 2 3 Gurls Sr Glee 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Oper etta l 23 Rep Councul l Anderson Phllup Anderson Robert Lee Voc PartTume Bus Club 3 Photo Club l Cafeterual 2 Andrews Marguerute Annan Robert Apps Marulyn Rep Councul l 2 Asay Lmda Sec Student Councul 2 Rep Councul 3 Electuon Bd l WORLD Second Page Edutor 3 WORLD Feature Edutor 3 SUNFLOWER Bus Staff 3 Quull 8. Scroll 3 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Madrugals 3 Thespuans 2 3 AF S 2 3 French Club l 23 Sec Treas 2 Latun Club l 2 3 Socual Chmn 2 Var suty Cadets 2 3 Chour 2 3 Usher Club 3 Gurls Sr Gleel HonorT 23 r Red Cross 2 Cast Harvey l Cast Guest ln The House 2 Cast I Re member Mama 2 Your Show comm 2 Troy Janesl Bus Mgr All School Party 3 All School Party 3 Soph Party Com Chmn Party Programs 2 3 Ashby J Thomas Transfer Denver Colo Photo Club Drull Team Ashley Vlrglnla Lubrary Proctor 3 WORLD Reporter 3 Ashworth George R Band l 2 3 Usher Club 2 Head Usher 3 Movue Proctor l 2 3 Scuence Club 3 Pep Club 2 Askren Merlun Gayle AFS Exch Stu dent Germany 2 A F S V Pres 2 Pres 3 Debate l 2 3 Rep Councul l 2 3 Attorney 3 Jr Red Cross Councul 1 2 3 Key Club 2 3 Treas 3 Thespuans 2 3 Tennus l 2 Cast I Remember Mama 2 Cost My Suster Fuleen 3 Atchlson Joyce Pep Club l 2 Honor Pep 3 Sr Leader 3 Rep Councul l Alt 2 Sr Gurls Councul Alt Troy Janes l 2 3 Proctor 2 Cafeterua Hostess l Voc Part Tume Bus Club 3 24 Hugh School Peabody Ks Basketball l 2 Lubrary Proctor l 2 Pep Club l 2 Kayettes l 2 Contest Play 2 Jr Play 2 T H S Lubrary Proctor 3 Latun Club 3 Spanush Club 3 Atkunson Lula Sue Trohoma 3 Pep Club Barley Mary Gurls Sr Glee 23 Pep Club l 2 Future Nurses Club 3 Barley Robert Baurd Bev A Team Cheerleader 3 Sec Treas Jr Class Socual Chmn Soph Class Rep Councul l 2 Treas l Thes plans l 2 3 Jr Red Cross l 2 Proctor l 3 Honor T 2 Honorable Mentuon l Trohoma 2 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 All School Party l 2 Jr Sr Prom Com 2 Cast The Heuress 3 Publucuty and Cast George Washungton Slept Here 2 Baker Durward Football l 2 Baker Marulyn Pep Club l 2 Honor Pep Club 3 Debate Tumekeeper 2 Cafe terua Hostess 2 Varsuty Cadets 2 Game Cadets 2 Proctor 3 Baldwln Manta Barber Donna Transfer Lawrence Hugh School Lawrence Ks Pep Club l Scu ence Club l T H S Future Nurses Club 2 3 Play Cadets 2 3 Pep Club 2 At tendance Proctor 3 Barncord Gayla Pep Clubl Voc Part Barnett Barbara SUNFLOWER Layout Edutor 3 Cafeterra Head Hostess 2 La tun Club l 2 Pres l Sec 2 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 A FS 23 Trohoma 3 Honor T 2 WORLD Ad Solucutor l Alt Rep Councul 2 Com Chmn Your Show 2 Troy Jamesl Com Chmn Jr Sr Prom 2 Quull 8K Scroll 3 Levus and Laces l WORLD Reporter l 2 Barrett Richard E Sr Boys Councul l Proctor l 2 Capt 2 Hu Yl2 3 Key Club l 23 Boys Sr Glee l 23 Oper etta l 2 3 Cafeterua Host 'l 2 Pep Club Barry Janus Scuence Club 3 Pep Club 2 Latun Club l Future Nurses Club 3 Proctor l 2 3 Trohoma 2 Cast Jr Sr Prom 2 Bartlett Judith Ann Sr Leader 3 Troy Jane Bd 3 Pep Club 12 3 Beach Jane Beal Phyllus Pep Club l 2 Cafeterua Hostess 2 Proctor l 2 3 Bebermeyer Carol Pep Club l 2 Proc tor 2 3 Usher Club 2 3 Masque 8. Wug 23 Rep Councul l Alt 3 Varsuty Ca dets 2 A Team Cheerleader 2 3 B Team Cheer leader l Masque 8. Wug 2 3 Alt Sr Gurls Councul 3 Cafeterua Hostess 2 Proctor 2 3 Chour 3 Jr Red Cross 2 3 Future Teachers Club 3 Trohoma 2 3 Play Cadets 2 3 Varsuty Cadets 2 Jr Sr Prom 2 All School Party 3 Soph Party Cast George Washungton Slept Here 2 Costume The Heuress 3 Honor T 2 Speech and Drama Festuval Hostess 2 Bedell Ronnue L Benton Jack Jr Red Crossl Proctor l 2 3 Stage Proctor l 2 Pep Club 2 Voc Auto Mechanucs Such gracelessness such exquusute ds lounted aguluty such monotony of move ment Lunda Compton guves a clever take off on ballet try outs at the senuor assembly Bucknell Januce Kay Pep Club 3 Bler Carole Transfer Sacramento Caluf Blllmgs Donna Band l 23 Musuc Lubro ruan 3 Asst 2 Future Nurses Club l 2 3 Proctor 2 3 Alt Rep Councul 3 Play Cadets 2 Pep Club l 2 French Club 23 Jr Sr Prom 2 Burd John Tennus l 23 Key Club 23 T Club 23 Sec Treas 3 Hu Y 23 Chap lun Alt Sr Boys Councul Blackburn Joyce Pep Club 3 Blackwood Carl Y F C 2 3 , . . , - 1 - ' . . , , .I ' ,, ' I - ,I , . - II II II I II I ' ,, - ,. . . 5 I: J . 1 I I r - - I I' , ' , . . . . , , I, , - ,I ., , . . - , , . , II , ' 5 ' ' . , If I -' I ' 11 I ' I l2 ' ' ' ' ' . ,. U . . . - 1 , I - - ,-1 ". -- ' ". ' I I c I . Il ' , I , .. . , , . ' II II ' ' I- , . - 5 ,- . . I 5 ' I ' 5 , ,I . . , . . . , 555 - I - II - I 5 , , 5 ,,, . . III - IIA 5,5 55 " II I I , , I . ll 'T ' I - ' . I ' ' . , . . If - - -I I 1 I ,. , , . I I ' I' ' , ' r - II , . . ,. . , A I I - , . . 5 . . . . . ' ' I - I 5 . 5 . . . I 1 . 1 , - . , . I I . . l. , . I I -- I ,, ,Q ... 5 ' II III -' -I If ,J 2 . III 'I ' , II II . . , . , J I ' I ' I - I I I - Tume Bus. Clubg Concessuon Stand l. I I , u. -- L- I ' I ' ' . ' . , u- In rr I I ' ' II - I -I ' ' ' ' I II II I I ' I - I I - . .5 ,. , , . . . 5 5 . . I ' ' I . . . . ' -" I I ,. , . I ,- ' ' ' ' " ' u- . I II -I ' III ' , 5 III - III ' f I I " ll! ' - V u,u ,I I I 5 V 5 l,2. II, u - . I - I I - ' , ' 1 I . . 5 , 5,5 5 , 5 r I III - fl' ' I ' III ' 5 . III 5 3 , I I 'I II - I II - , II- "' 'I ' . " I II I, , . " ' ' " . , II ' ' ' I H 'J 1 . . ' ' " ' . . . 1 . . I ' Ill II I - II , ,,. I- 5 . q I ll '- ' I II , . . , . . , , . . . ' I - II - I I , . . g , . ' ' " II II , . . ' . , ' ' r ' - Ill I l ll ' I ' I T ,' , : ,. . . . . Senlor Actlvltles Blanka Sharyn Sr Gnrls Councll Rep Councnl l Alt 2 Honor Pep Club 2 3 Pep Club l A FS 2 3 Proctor l 23 Debate Hostess l 2 3 Cafeterua Hos tess l2 Varsnty Cadets l2 our Shaw 2 Soph Party Jr Sr Prom2 All School Party 3 Publucnty The Hel re s 3 Bluelacket Sherrell Transfer Ohno Kayettes l Student Councnl l Jr Sr Prom Com 2 Kmdley Kalvacade l T H S Usher Club 3 Pep Club 3 Mas que 8. Wug 3 Blum Larry L Track l 2 3 Proctor l 3 Intramurals l 2 T Club 2 3 Pep Club I had a malted mtlk about an hour ago confess Bev Pollard and Larry Peters m the furst all sensor assembly Boal Jacquelme Band l 23 Orchestra l 2 3 Operetta Orchestra l 2 3 Rep Council 3 Math Club 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Honor T 2 Bohannon Bob E B Team Cheerleader l Sr Boys Council Key Club 3 Span :sh Club 3 Cafeteria Host 2 HI Y l Pep Club 2 Intramurals 2 Boley, Roy V Pres Student Congress 3 VPres Jr Class Alt Rep Councll 2 Basketball l Capt 23 Intramural Bas ketball 2 3 Lattn Club 2 3 Pres 23 Pep Club 2 Sr Boys Counctl HonorT 2 Student Govt Conf 3 Bus Mgr George Washmgton Slept Here 2 Masque 8. Wlg 2 All School Party Gen Mgr 3 Bourn Ramona Band l 2 Pep Club l Bowser, Tolan B Play Cadets 2 3 Gnrls Sr Glee 2 Chour 3 Operetta 3 Llbrary Proctor 3 Bradley Bob Brandt, Marlm Voc Electrncuty 2 3 Branson, Betty Jean Band l 3 Y F C 2 3 Future Nurses Club 2 3 Bruant Clara Pep Club l 2 Bruce Clayton L Basketballl Football l 23 Baseball 23 TClub 3 HuY 23 Pep Club 2 Voc Prlnttng 2 3 lntra murals 2 3 Bruce Jessie Mae Trohoma 3 Play Ca dets 2 3 Pep Club l 2 Cafeterla Hos tess 23 Att All School Party Queen Brickell Rlchard Pep Club 2 Intramur G Brmker Richard John Football l 23 Track l 2 3 French Club 3 Ht Y23 T Club 3 Bristow Velma Pep Club l 2 Proctor 2 Brock Judy Jean Pep Club 2 Operetta Brockmeler Allan D Scnence Club 3 Brown Beverly Brown Jlm Alt Sr Boys Councll Voc Photography 2 3 Bryant, Frederick E Band l 2 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Cafeterla Worker l 2 Spamsh Club 3 Track 3 Queen of Courts As sembly 3 Tumblung 2 Buell Marilyn Alt Homeroom Rep l Pep Club l 2 3 Operetta l 2 3 Blinds Jack Band l 23 VPres 3 Latm Club l 2 Your Show 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Operetta 3 Dance Band 2 3 State and Dust Mustc Festlvals 3 Drlll Ca dets 3 Chotr 3 Queen of Courts As sembly 3 Sr Class Assembly 3 Bunten, Stephen D Jr Red Cross Councul l 2 3 Basketball l Track 3 Burgen Richard Lee Future Teachers Club 3 H1 Y 3 Masque 81 Wlg 3 Play Cadets 3 Track 3 Burgoyne Verna Pep Club l Chour 2 3 Byers Mlchael Dean Sr Boys Councul Key Club 2 3 Latm Club 2 3 Football 2 Alt Rep Councull Intramurals 2 Byler Mac Transfer Burlmgame H S Burlmgame Ks Newspaper Staff l 2 Annual Staff l Boys Club l 2 Jr Play 2 T H S WORLD Reporter 3 Caldwell Peter Math Club 3 Science Club 3 Cadet 2 Chotr 3 Boys Sr Glee 'l 2 Latm Club l 2 Calluns Katherme E Pep Club l 2 Jr Red Cross 2 Glrls Sr Glee 3 Cavlllo, Chrlstlna Campbell Sue Ann Transfer Burlingame H S Burlingame Ks Sec Soph Class Proctor l Glrls Club l T H S Quill 81 Scroll 3 Thespnans 23 Future Teachers Club 2 3 Latm Club 2 3 Natl Honor Soclety WORLD Reporter 2 3 SUN FLOWER Sr Actovutues Edutor 3 Cast Guest ln The House 2 Asst Student Dnr lRemember Mama 2 Publncuty George Washmgton Slept Here 2 Student Dar The Heiress 3 Foreign and Domestuc Affalrs Conf 3 Electnon Assembly 3 Proctor 2 3 Campbell, Ted Asst Photographer 3 Carlson Loma Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Varslty Cadets l 2 Troy .lanes l All School Party 3 Varslty Program 3 Carnahan Sally SUNFLOWER Bus Mgr 3 A FS 3 Quill 8. Scroll 3 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Trohoma 3 Scnence dets 2 Cafeteria Hostess 2 SUN FLOWER Ad Sollcltor 2 Honorable Mentlon Honor T 2 Debate Time Keeper 2 3 WORLD Reporter 3 Carpenter Gwen YFC 3 Trohomal Troy Janes l Carter Mary AFS Exch Student Ger many 2 A FS 23 Operetta l 23 Madrlgals 3 Cholr 2 3 Usher Club 2 3 Masque 8. Wlg 23 Sr Glrls Coun cll Latm Club l Sec l Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Clubl Asst Bus Mgr George Washmgton Slept Here 2 Carver Thomas H Proctor 3 Castle Beverly Jane Lubrary Proctor 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Latln Club l Girls Sr Glee 3 Cave, Larry Masque 81 Wag l 2 Rep Council 3 Proctor l 2 Intramurals l Ceballos Alfred Chalmers, Jane SUNFLOWER Co Later ary Editor 3 Rep Council 2 3 Qulll 8. Scroll 3 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Trohoma 3 French Club l 2 Honor T 2 Levls and Laces l Debate Tame keeper l 2 3 Math Club 3 Masque 8. Wlg 2 3 Charay, Arthur J Latm Club 3 Voc Machtne Shop 2 3 Charay, Margaret Julia Intramurals I Game Cadets l Pep Club l 2 3 Span :sh Club 3 25 9 I l I 1 1 ' 1 , . . , . , . . , . - . . . .. . 1 1 I 1 I - I I 2 7 ' . . . . - . . I ' ' ' I I I I I I ' n 1 1 1 I I I ' 1 1 I ' ' ' - I . U 1 1 1 - 3 7 ' 5 Y 1 I 1 2 . - ' . . l 1 1 - 1 ' .. I I T , . , . . , . . . - 1 . . , . .. . 1. , , I , , -.. ' I . p I Q 3 I ' ' ' S . 1 . - . . - 1 - I ' I 1 ' . . A . ., , .. . . , 5 3 .- . ' . ' ' ' ' ' I . . , . , . . . .. ' I 1 - . ' . ' : , 5 . . . 1 1 1 . .. 5 , - , ' , ' ' I 2 I , I I I I ' , I 1 I ' , . , . . . . . . I - 1 1 I 1 I - , . U ' ,, ' . . ' " I 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 , , . ' . - .1 11 . . 2' 1 1 1 1 1 4 . 1 1 1 U l I 7 U 1 - 1 I ' 7 , ,, . .. . I . I . . . - . 1 . , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I ' I 1 - 1 F - ' ' : . . . . I ' ' ' 1 I 1 I ls l. , - , . I I I I 1 I 1 1 I ' I - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 . . ' Q . . . 7 5 I : 1 I I I 1 I I Cafeteria Hostess 3. Club 35 Spamsh Club 35 Basketball Ca- 1 I I ' . . ' 2 I , .: . 1 1 I ' 1 . . . . O . .I 1 1 . . . , . , . . . , . , . . 1 ' 1 . . . . ' - . - 1. , , , . . . l . . ' l ' I ' ' ' I I I I I 1 1 1 ' , ' , ' ' I I I I I I - 4 - o I ' - I ' I 1 1 - I I I n ' 1 1 . I I ' I I I 1 . U 1 - 1 1 , . . . , . .1 W 1 1 I 1 1 - . l , . ' I ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 , ,Z . . .. 1 I I -' - . ' , -t A .. h 1 ' 1 I 1 1 1 , ' , ' ' , . . . I . , , , , . . . ' I ' I I ' . - . 1 . I I ' 1 ' ' . I 1 I 1 .. . I 1 , I I , I 1 1 1 I ' 1 , . - I 1 I 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 Q ' I I I I . I, 1 I 1 I T I I 1 I ' I 1 Q 1 l 1 l I I I I I I 4 s 1 , 1 1 1 , 1. - . . . . . , - - - . , , I y . I 1 I , I ' ' 1 1 s . ' , '- , 1 1 I I , , , . . . . I . . , . . , , . 1 - ' . I I I I I .: u ' ' - I . ' . - ' 1 I ' ' I ' - 1 , I ' . . , . . , . . , . ,p - , : . ., - : , I , , . , j , .2 , Q I 1 1 I ' . . , . 1 ' 1 2 , I . 1 Sue Ann Campbell Loma Carlson Sally Carnahan Gwen Carpenler Mary Carler Larry Cave Alfred Ceballes SK Charles L Chuldress ix Thomas H Carver N- Jane Chalmers Beverly June Castle Arlhur J Charay 'L If NKV Margaret Julia Charay Donna Chmlesen Ray Chnshan .ludy Clark Pal Clark Gerald l. Chelson Lee Ann Cleland Thomas D Coffell Llnda Complon Herberl Cooper Jane Copenhafer Gale Ceuller Donna Lou Cowan J h A . ' +35 , ' ' - A . 1 l is ,A PX. Q 5? ' XV lk u Q . 1 l J . , I Q . I fs C t ' I my , B V I V v .Ar l. - J' A ' f: . . I ! 1 , X . an T .1 X 1 . ' J 3 . 1 V . L iff f a - 6 ' , XQQ A Er kg A ' A A gp- fe ki.:-4 4 ,f KW Y, Q w. '-- , ' fi V. , ,, R I' fff- , lil F HE: - A ' v . J I , 111: 'A 5 l' 'S , A: f X X , -'f , J. fecfhfawz ,we '29 Janice Dailey -711 Alan Deaver Nancy Dixon K 4' Xu Rn- Shlrley Ann Crowell I5 Mayor L Dangerfield Karen Davenporf I lg 3 Q7 Rlihdrd Dlhn Dona Dean Denxler ala ,av Robert Dobson Eleanor Dominguez fm1ZQ4ieJ7wfm4pmzf 2 -A '? Jane Ellen Crow Mary Jane Crow wr' W Judy Cullen Lonme Davns Bob Dickey R Mm ou-mary 'L . Dave Curnuf! j'O'I Nancy Davis Richard W Dleckman John E Duff Jolene Crowder ..-ur Kennelh E Currler Ronald Hull Davis 6 John W Dnbrow Anlolnelle Eby 27 I X .Q J V f gm K gi L X' ' A. VJ nf f1.'E7"i I A 1 v ai 0 S I K" Y 0 . , 1 I 4' 1,2 t, , Q f J x 7 I 5 A f X rx ,. ani ' y ,qw ' 2 - , . J wtf X J xx - D X f Y , . T. wg. . ff , ' 3.4" ' - 2553- - E YQS'-You-1 . I Q al A Q Q Q ' '41 1 7 K 'V , ,eww-lv ' J. ' ' Q x 'ff' 220, I V 1 I Xa Wncfwpalmbzeed wecfancecfaiaaw Mary Edberg df x .Z if John Erickson iid. Tar' Carol Irene Faulconer Mary Elaine Fltts AXK 113 Wallrs W Eden James E Edwards 1 Jane Etnyre Marilyn Jean Evans I Robert E Faust Ronald Milton Faust 'J Bnan M Flack Gary Fluckmger Bob Floyd Sally Anne Foose Bessie Mae Frantz v 3 Jon Ercholtz Mary Kathryn Ewbank Jeanette Ferrell S15 Rachard P Flowers Carolyn Elnlclu 9? I Gary Fadely Ardyce Emmot X41 Charles Farnsworth 'Q Judith Kay Finley Bull Frsher "'lf i H 55 ."i N .g -, ff- Q I 1 ,S ,F , 'S-S. ' 'G Q . IJ 3 if r IJ I- V Q X :il 4 5 , .ee f X f " ' v ' - 'J of 1 x -XVV .y ' 1 . .1 V i rw 1.1 - 1- 3 ln l J' 5 ,A 4 - 'J F A FU F' J ' nr 'R F 25,4 .2 4o-' 5 '5 " . . . . . . it u 1 L 1' X f 'ut' A in ND-,. 1, ' 'a l I , ' 1' N , . QMWWWWWMM wdmde Demons Freeman Carmen Garclo I Q I Jane' Gladfellor Nw Sondra Frelenmuih Roberi M Gardner mr Roy Glossmon 8 Lols Margorei French Sandra J Gorretson ? Ula Roe Goebel L its-' l its l Jlm Freh Elvlra Frosi lynn Fry l Q ,cb "? Jerry R Gentry Charlohe Gllchnsf Davld W Glngery ft' Amollo Gonzales Rlchord Gonzales Edlih Gordon P .3 Yvonne Gough Morulyn Sue Grosur Larry Gruggs Fred Grundeman Joe Guerrero Phlllp Guholrex Gary Hofhch - . I . I A .,,, xx . x X ' . I 6 .Q -K K 0 . 1 , 6- f 1' I f - V i 1 Y ,.,- IL. r N gi' ! V V 157 'A r . D g f ' . A k Y A - ' :: KG V y 'wr y y -f y y 1, 174 .. 'tu . if .f , N 1 if f , , f ' 'lf .RU A X' ,, .1 jif z I A r i 'K ' -6 , we :I n X I : S Q V if ' 9 , I A Senior Actlvlhes Chelson Gerald L Key Club l 2 Foot ball 2 Proctor 2 Chlldress Charles Lawrence Chrlsteson Donna Coop Retarl Sellmg 3 Pres 3 Pep Club l 23 Chrlstlan Ray All School Party Kung 3 Alt Sr Boys Councrl Rep Councnl 3 T Club 2 3 Football 123 Co Capt 3 Track l 2 3 Sr Leader 3 Cafeterra Head Host 2 Hr Y 2 3 Pres 3 Oper etta 2 Clark Judy Rep Soph Class Asst Sec Paint System 2 Sec Polnt System 3 Rep Councrl 3 Proctor 2 3 Thesprans 2 3 French Club 2 3 Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l WORLD Ad Solrcltor 3 SUNFLOWER Ad Sollcltor 3 Debate Trmekeeper l Debate Hostess 3 All School Party l23 C st George Washington Slept Here 2 Costumes Guest ln The House 2 Publlclty The Heiress 3 Clark Pat Drum Malor 23 Alt Sr Glrls Councrl Honor T 2 Proctor 2 Varsity Cadets 2 French Club l 2 3 Jr Red Cross 2 State Musrc Festlval 2 Troy Janes l 2 Operetta 2 3 Cleland Loo Ann Transfer Cochran Edward Proctor 3 Coffelt Thomas D Operetta l 2 3 Proc tor 2 3 Science Club 3 Key Club l Coleman Tommy Football l 2 3 Basket ball 23 Track l 23 T Club 23 HIY Compton Lmda A FS 2 3 Pep Club l 2 3 V Pres 3 Masque 8. Wag 3 All School Party 3 Cafeterla Hostess 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Basketball Cadets 2 3 Varslty Cadets 2 Debate Hostess 3 Speech and Drama Festuval Hostess 2 Electron Assembly 2 3 Your Show l 2 3 Publuclty George Washmgton Slept Here 2 Caaper Herbert Transfer Macksvrlle H S Macksvrlle Ks Pres Jr s Chmn Jr Sr Banquet 2 Jr Play 2 V Pres Speech Club 2 Boys State 2 T H S French Club 3 Proctor 3 Copenhafer Jane SUNFLOWER Cnr culatron Mgr 3 HonorT 2 Alt Grrls S e2 AFS23 Cor Sec2 o gram Chmn 3 Foreign and Domestic Atfarrs Cont 2 Debate Hostess 3 Alt Sr Grrls Councnl Pep Club l 23 Con cesslon Stand 2 3 Varsnty Cadets 2 3 Red Cross 2 Grrls Sr Glee Operetta l 2 3 Thrrd Place Spellung Bee 2 Latm Club l 23 Quill 81 Scroll 3 Coulter Gale Pep Club 2 Cowan Donna Lou Y F C l 2 3 Future Nurses Club 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Play Cadets l Latm Club l Crow, Jane Ellen Qurll 8. Scroll 3 WORLD Second Page Edrtor3 WORLD Copy Editor 3 French Club l 2 Math Club 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Football Ca dets 3 Usher Club l HonorT 2 Volce of Democracy Contest Wmner 3 Proc tor 2 Masque 81 Wag l Crow Mary Jane Crowder Jolene Honor Pep Club 3 Pep Club l 2 Alt Rep Councul l 2 Sr Glrls Councul Jr Red Cross Councll 2 3 Varsity Cadets 2 Operetta 2 Sr Leader 3 Troy Jane Bd 3 Honor T 2 Crowell Shlrley Ann Cullen Judy Transfer Central Sr H S Sprrngfreld Mo TH S Trohoma3 Pep Club 3 Curnutt Dave Pres Sr Class T Club 23 Golf l 23 CoCapt23 ATeam Cheerleader 2 B Team Cheerleader l Proctor 2 3 Jr Red Cross Council l 2 3 Currler Kenneth E Scrence Club 3 Darley Janice Grls Sr Glee 3 All School Party 3 Proctor 3 Your Show Superb symphony We learned all about Goldrlocks and the three bears at the Tag Day Assembly 30 2 Pep Club l 2 Operetta 3 Varsrty Programs l 2 3 Soph Party Dangerfleld Malorl Voc Auto Me chanrcs 2 Proctor 2 Davenport Karen Honor Pep 23 Pep Clubl Alt Rep Councrl 3 Proctor3 Cafeterra Hostess 2 Debate Tame keeper 2 Your Show 2 Concession Stand l Davls Lonme Sr Boys Councrl Key Club 3 Usher Club 3 Masque 81 Wag 2 3 Proctor 3 Pep Club 2 Davis Nancy Honor Pep 23 Pep Club A Sr Grrls Councr Alt e Councul 2 Varsrty Cadets 2 3 Sr Lea der Troy Jane Bd 3 Proctor 3 Davus Ronald Hull Varsrty Program l Operetta 2 3 Pep Club 2 Scuence Club Deaver Alan Usher Club l 23 Head Usher 3 Science Club 3 Latm Club l Sec l Proctor 3 Pep Club 2 Masque 81 Wag l 2 3 Proctor l 3 Denzler Dona Dean Band l 2 Troy Jane Bd l Co op Otfuce Machines 3 Dickey Bob Voc Photography3 Photo Club 3 Dleckman Richard W Transfer Shaw nee Mlssron H S Merriam Ks Avro tron Club 2 3 Tenms Club 2 3 Band l Boys Glee 2 T H S Scrence Club 3 Tenms l 2 3 Operetta 2 Dlsbrow John W Alt Rep Councrl 3 Cafeteria Worker 2 Dlxon Nancy WORLD Edrtor 3 Qurll 81 Scroll 2 3 Treas 3 Honor T 2 Pub lrcuty Chmn Operetta 3 Cast Guest In The House 2 Alt Glrls State 2 Chorr 2 3 Com Chmn Your Show 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 All School Party Com 3 Jr Red Cross 2 3 Class Day Com 3 Pep Club 2 Scrence Club 3 WORLD Furst Page Edrtor 3 WORLD Drstrlbu tlon Mgr 2 Proctor 2 Foreign and Do mestlc Aftarrs Conf 2 3 Debate Time keeper 3 Mosque 81 Wrg 2 3 Dobson Robert Track l 2 Varsrty Pro grams l All School Party l Boys State 2 Assembly Programs l Domlnguez, Eleanor Donnelly Mrke French Club l 2 Sc: ence Club 3 Usher Club 3 Masque 81 Wag 3 Pep Club 2 Dutt John E Student Asst Lnbrary Coun cal l 23 Pres 3 Play Cadets 3 Base ball l 2 Sr Leader Foreign and Do mestlc Affalrs Conf 3 Eby Antoinette 1 -I 1 I ' 1 I I 1 I 2 5 . . .5 , .t . . ClClS 5 , , 5 . , ' I - -- - 2 - z - . . , ' I 1 .I . ' . . ' ' ' 1 1 - 4 I ' ' . . 1 - . .. , . 1 - I 1 1 ' , A I ' ' ' Z 1 3 1 I 1 3 ' I - I 1 - 5 . . 5 : . , 5 , 5 tat 5 . . . , 5 . . , Pr - 5 - - - .. .. . 1 I 1 1 1 ' - I - I I I 1 1 I 1 I ' I I - . I ' 1 I - I ' ' I I 1 I ' ' ' . ' ' . . . , . . , - 1 I 1 I , . ' ' ' I I , , JY. 5 . 35 ' A , . . . - , . . ' ' I , 1 , I - I . ' ' ' , ' . . - - I . 1 - 1 1 . . , , , . . , . ' I I I . . 1, lt, . 1, . R p. 1 1 1 I 1 1 , ' . ' . . - - 1 - - 1 1 1 - I I 1 1 . . . . 1 - 1 - . 1 - - - - 1 1 1 I 1 0 I I ' ' I I . I 1 1 I 1 - I .1 . - - . 1 I I I I I I G , 3 1 ' I 1. .. 1 - 1 .. - 1 I , I I , 1 1 . . ' " ' . . I I 1 - 1 1 1 . . . - I I I 1 1 1 1 . 1 - 1 2 - - 1 1 z ' ' ' 5 5 5 5 - Dehn, Duck: Voc. Auto Mechanrcs 2,35 I 1 1 I ' 2 - 1 ' ' ' 1 1 l 1 I 1 2 1 - . , - . . . , : 5 . 1 . . . , . ' . ' ' ' ' , 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 . . . 1 . . . I ' . . -I ' - ' 1 .2 - 1 . 1 1 1 I I I , 5 I U . . 1 I I - 5 , 5 I - -1 1 -3 ' ' 1 I 1 I I e . , I l ' 1 - 1 1 1 - : . . .: 5 1 I 1 1 I 1 I ' , , , Q . 23 , . . . ., l - I ' . I 1 1 . 9 1 . , .. . . .. , , .. . . , 0 1 ' 1 - - - - 1 1 1 . 1 1 I ' - I I ' , ' . ' . ' . , : . . , , . , I I 1 - 1 1 - - ' . 1 I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 , . ' ' . H - . 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 . ' " . ' . . I , , . 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 5, :I I I I ' ' A , .. - , 1 1 . - . - ' ' AA I a e 1 1 I ' ' I ' . - . 1 1 I ' l - 1 ' . . . 'V ln 11 I ' I I ' I ' I I . ' . 1 1 . ' - I I ' - 1 I ' l 214 lr 1 1 1- l' t I ' - . . . , 1 - 1 1 I ' I 5 . P . . . 1 - 1 I ' I I 5 . . t . , - , .. . 5 . l 1 1 1 - I I ' ' 1 I - I ' . 1 S Senior Activities Edberg Mary Chour 3 Proctor 23 Fu ture Nurses Club l 2 3 Pep Club l 23 Trohoma l Operetta 23 Girls Sr Glee 2 Eden Wallls W Future Nurses Club 2 3 Sr Leader 3 Troy Janes l 2 3 Troy Jane Bd 3 Proctor 3 Pep Club 2 Edwards James E Elcholtz Jon A Team Cheerleader 2 3 T Club 2 3 Key Club 2 Hu Y 2 Alt Sr Boys Council Cafeteria Host 2 Pep Club 2 Proctor 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 French Club 2 Elmckr Carolyn Sr Gurls Council Pep Club l 2 Rep Council l Emmot Ardyce Pep Club l 2 3 Girls Sr Glee 3 Operetta l 2 3 Erickson John Pres Student Congress 3 Track 23 Sr Boys Council Pep Club 2 Sec Treas 2 Latln Club l 2 Etnyre Jane Honor T 2 Masque 81 Wug 23 Band l 2 Future Teachers Club 3 Proctor 3 Usher Club 2 3 Head Usher 3 Jr Sr Prom Com 2 Your Show Com 3 Cafeteria Hostess 2 Trohoma 3 Pep Club 2 3 Latnn Club l Basket ball Cadets 3 Football Cadets 3 Var stty Cadets 2 Debate Tlmekeeper 2 Evans Manlyn Jean Pep Club l 2 Troy Janes l Proctor 3 Everett Darl Ewbank Mary Kathryn Transfer Gar nett H S Garnett Ks Trohoma l 2 and Boys Glee l 2 3 Gnrls Glee l 23 A Cappella Cholrl 2 3 Moderne Cho rale l 2 3 Music Festival l 2 3 T H S Pep Club 3 Spamsh Club 3 Fadely Gary Boys State 2 Sr Boys Council Masque 81 Wag 23 Cast George Washungton Slept Here 2 Pep Club 2 Cafeterua l Farnsworth Charles Track 2 3 SUN FLOWER Sports Editor 2 WORLD Sports Editor 3 Honor T 2 T Club 2 3 Qulll 81 Scroll 2 3 Latin Club 2 3 Proc tor 2 Cafeteria Host 2 Faulconer Carol Irene Debate l 2 3 Band l 2 3 Flute Quartet l 2 3 A FS 2 3 Math Club 3 Future Teachers Club 3 Spamsh Club 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Faust Robert E Band l 2 3 Brass En semble 2 Latin Club l Faust Ronald Milton Spamsh Club 3 Instrumental Ensemble 2 3 Ferrell Jeanette Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Future Teachers Club l 2 Oper etta l 2 3 Theater Orchestra l 2 3 Dust Muslc Festival l 2 3 Strung Ensemble l 2 3 Debate Tlmekeeper 3 Martha Herrick dl plays one of he varied talents Cry Me a Rlver during the Tag Da Assembly Finley Judith Kay Honor T 2 Rep Councul l 23 Properties Guest In The House 2 Operetta l 23 Asst D r 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Cholr 2 3 Usher Club l 2 3 Nurses Proctor l French Club 2 Your Show 2 Varsity Program l Masque 81 Wig l 2 3 Fisher Blll Music Festival l Rating 2 Dance Band l 2 Band l 2 Bus Mgr 2 Fltts Mary Elaine Rep Councul3 Honor Pep Club 2 3 Pep Club l Proctor l 2 3 Usher Club 3 Latin Club l Varslty Cadets 2 Soph Party All School Party 3 Girls Sr Glee 2 Operetta l 2 Honorable Mention Honor T 2 Elec tion Bd 2 3 Flack Brian M Track l 2 3 Key Club l 23 Hn Y3 Sr Boys Council Pep Club Flucklnger Gary Head Photographer 3 Science Club 3 Pep Club 2 Photo Club 2 Proctor 3 Flowers Richard P Floyd Bob Rep Council 3 Math Club 3 Movie Proctor 2 3 Lattn Club l Band l 2 Foose Sally Anne Thespnans 2 3 WORLD Staff 3 Quill 81 Scroll 3 Hon ep 23 Pep Club l AFS Proctor l 2 Troy Jane l 2 3 Cafeterta Hostess l 2 Varsity Cadets 2 Orches tra l Honor T l Honorable Mention 2 All School Party 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Span Ish Club 3 Foreign and Domestic Af fairs Conf 2 3 Concession Standl Debate Tumekeeper l Cast Guest In The House 2 Properties Chmn The Helrness 3 Properties The Barretts of Wumpole Street l Frantz Bessie Mae Pep Club l Band 2 Freeman Demarls Pep Club l 2 Frelenmuth, Sandra Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Photo Club 23 Sec 3 Proc tor l 2 Varsity Cadets 2 Alt Usher Club 3 Proctor l 2 Soph Party Com Honorable Mention Honor T l 2 Mas que 81 Wag 3 French Lols Margaret Rep Councnll 2 3 Future Nurses Club l 2 3 Cor Sec 3 Att Homecoming Queen 3 Att All School Party Queen 3 Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Usher Club 3 Cafe terra Hostess l Masque 8m Wig 2 3 Troy Jane Bd l All School Party 3 Proctor 123 Sr Girls Council Cos tumes George Washington Slept Here 2 Fretz Jlm T Club l 2 3 Key Club 12 Basketball Mgr l 2 Frost Elvira Intramurals l Pep Clubl 2 Co op Retail Selling 3 Voc Part Time Fry Lynn Tenms l 2 3 T Club T 2 3 Key Club 2 Movue Proctor 3 Band l 23 Dance Band 2 3 Garcia Carmen Future Nurses Clubl 2 3 Pep Club l 2 Gardner Robert M Garretson Sandra Jayne Transfer Rich land Township School Richland Ks Y Teens l 2 Mixed Chorus l 2 Girls En semble l 2 T H S Pep Club 3 Gentry Jerry R Voc Photography 23 Voc Radio 2 3 Gilchrist Charlotte Pep Club l 2 3 C op Retail Selling 3 Gmgery David M Transfer Munich Germany Football 2 Track 2 Jazz Club 2 Ska Club 2 Dorm Councll 2 Gladfelter Janet Queen of Courts 3 Honor Pep23 Pep Clubl Rep Jr Class Sr Leader3 Alt Rep Council 3 All School Party 3 Soph Party Troy Jane Bd 3 Glassman, Roy Radio Club 2 3 Pres 3 Proctor 3 Varsity Cadets l 2 Key Club HI 3l I - I 1 I ' 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I - I -' 1 I - I 1 1 I A Ag . 1 I . ll I - .. . ' . , . I ' I - 1 1 1 I I ' I - - ' I I I I -' - I . . . , , .i I ' - 1 1 I - - 1 . ' ' . . I - 1 1 1 ' . . . , I ' 1 - 1 1 1 - - I 1 1 - ' . ' " . . . I I I I I I ' 'I I ' ' I I 1 1 1 I l ' I 1 I ' I I - I 1 1 I 1 I ' - - . . . - - , . . , , , 1 H1 1 1 H 1 I , . I I ' I , ' ' 1 I 1 1 I ' 1 I 1 I ' ' ' - I - I - . , . . . 1 . . - . I I I I ' 1 1 1 I " - - I 1 I 1 1 - - 1 1 I I I ' ' I I - 0 O 1 I 1I . . ' . l I ' - 1 , - , 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' . , - 1 1 I 1 1 , ' ' ' , - I I ' ' I I I ' I . I I I I I' I 1 . I ' 1 ' " . - I 1 . ' 1 n 1 I ' I I 1 - 1 1 1 . . 1 . . 7 , I - I ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' . , . I . , . , I - I ' .2 , I I I I - U U I A1 I . ., , .Z , 7 I 7 '- I ' 7 '. ' 1 ' Y-Teens l,2g Latin Club lg Pnamst, Glrls 2 BU5'ne55 Club 3- 1 1 I 1 1 I ' ' ' ' ' . , I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , . , . Q ' "' ' , . I I 1 1 I . I I I 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - -- , . . ' I ' , , . . 1 . 1 , . , , : 5 . - 1 . I ' , I , . I 1 I l - 1. - " I , . . , I , , . . , ' 1 1 1 I . , , . , . I ' I A 0 . 1 . , 1 1 -- I ' I I . ' 1 1 v ' . I ' I I 1 I 1 I ' , . ' . . . I I ' , . . . .Z . 1 1 1 1 P - 2 3 ' . I 1 . or I I I ' ' ' 1 1 - 1 I I I I ' I " ' I I , ' 1 1 1 1 I ' , . . . , . I I I - 1 3 1 1 I ' ' ' . I 1 I I ' 1 1 1 0' 1 1 I 1 1 1 - - ' . I .- . I . G ' 1 I I I - 4 ' . - - - . ' . . ' . I 'I 1 I I I I ' . 1 . , . . . . ' ' ,, ' 1 1 - . , I . . ' .F I I I ,, 1 ll I I ' . I - , I 1 1. I - .. , . I 1 - I . , l H . . . I ' 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 , , . . 7 . . 5 - . . I ' 1 1 - - 5 1 I ' I I ' 1 3 1 I 1 I ' . . . ' 1 3 , - - . I I I 1 1 1 - ' I 1 - 1 I I 4 A . 0 . I 1 1 1 1 ' I I I I 1 1 1 - 1 2 1 1 - 1 - li 'Y 2. amwewwe Zhewlecfbf James R Hames Mary Jo Homes Wilma Heller Darlene Halstead Sandra Sue Hamnlton Beverly Hansel Gracua Hansen Ml 'ef' ...-ffl V 1 4.51 dvr Q Rosalyn Harder Eldon L Harding Barbara Hardman Catherine R Hardouln Joyce Harmon Wllllam E Harper Shlrley Harrnson Janice K Hastings Sandra Hawver Alyce J Hayes Ernest Kent Hayes Lorna Hayes Shirley Hays Larry Heath Marllyn Helms Colleen E Henderson Duane Henry Donna Henry 5 ' Zire x P01 Mary Sue Hreber! wwfwmcf .--r Colene Henson Nell Hlgglnbofham U Mariho Hernandez Morgarel Joyce Herr Joan Hmds .Pi-f..1' Gary Hrppensleel Lonnle L Hodges Duck Hodgson Charles Holle James Hopkins John I Hornrng Shirley Houck Louann Howard Cynlhla Hubble 8, Arklo G Hudkrns Robert R Huffman haron J Hunsucker Judy Leo Hunl Dolos E Hupp Margaret Hurd 33 J 2 9 I 1' A x 4 " 0 I Q N J .,. 3 I V f J A 4 i 'll' 'lv 1' , . f , ' in J Q1 ,V H X, I l V V' fl ll Nancy l.ue Hockeil Barboro Hodges James L. Hodges ' . ' Kenneih Hohberg x K ts' y V ' ' 1, lt , , ' ef , -ra: W me 1 ' 0 v' I l f S . , s 4 J Arlone A Huffon -9- Janlce Jaqulih Bull Jones -ev 'D Alice Elanne Kelrhl f-- -a Rota Hy e 44" Nancy Jennings 1"""4 Vs- JoAnn Jonas -wk o Palsy Jean Kelly Jamoe D Knler Nancy Kay Kubler 34 -1 Jerry Jackson Rodene Jennmgs Roberi Jovalls Charlolle J Kenlzler Q' Dome Kloswehor Lawrence P Jackson 1 4' Joan Sonia Johnson Wllllam L Jungmann 'Kg 'Q' YRQ Judulh Kepfleld ai Jamco Jacques lc C3 6 ir'-'Y Richard Johnson .095-axle f'2+"5 Lf Nancy Kay Manlyn James new '11 Barbara Gall Jones QQ 'Z' Connls Koelor S 744 me Me ' of , f ' fag' R . - -' , I J - l .' J' f' K. A . M A X A l A . x El . I . ' ' lg-. W J - A JL 3 V: , 4 'A J b f an ep ' J l - I fs' a I , X I ' X S ,- ,J xr l ! J A y dl 5 ,, ,NF rt, ., J x -1' fx. I I I3 X a L J .. As- 1 'V' .9 Q 5,. . ' .7 ll, - - gf' . 1 I. J iii " - , ' + J, 4 I is , 9 X A , .. 1 l X .Q Q, ' K u 1 n Y . . I K Q f ,, -J N -7 X :lf 1 '11 cnxg LKg .4-n 'iff ,J Y A Q J T17 X , 3 QA .1 LNII -on -2 HL R rlLL as 'Q Y QD M g L .Po-f Lf 43 lDLh V 1 Gollp nqmag C9 , , , 'l I A , Q " ol A C 1' - 4 - ' ' A J V - , 5 4, 1, xg "' Q. L 1 ' rn ' AJ D . . i or Carmen . il ore Susan Kliowor Beverly Joan LoCrono Cherie LoFromb ' D Lee Lomb . 'SQ fi " A A Q Q , fs- .A L li "' L X - 1 G V l I Av' ff x r one Lumber! Burrell H. Lond J . Linda Lorson Dennis Lauer Pufricio Ann Lawrence V' g' . e nherr, 5 il -in - A V ' 2. S' ' 7. 'ef Av Q .gf .-, ' :Q F Y N V L 1 . xi M lo Lou b 9 .leon Mario Lowis Leona Lowis Robe . indsoy Dolores Liro Jornos Lishor ?'-Gif D L 3 ' is p. Q W L, W- ' f X fs. ' X 4' x '. -. - 6.-X X Q H V 'A X L I S 5' D J. B. ' ' h B l Jean Long Glen C. Long Lindo Koy Long ' 1 I , . ' I LJ I 3 D- 1 , ' Y' I ' " x or oral A. o Q lx r brit o ll n un nn Senror Actrvrtres Goebel Ula Rae Pep Club l 2 Gonzales Amelra Pep Club l 2 Gonzales Rrchard Voc Prrntrng l 23 Composrtron Foreman 2 General Fore man 3 lntermurals l 2 3 Press Club Gordon Edrth Band l 23 Orchestra 2 Operetta 2 Voc Part Trme Busrness Club 3 Gough Yvonne Transfer Rrch Hrll H S Rrch Hrll Mo Band l 2 Basketball l 2 Softball l 2 Pep Club l 2 T H S Voc Part Trme Busrness Club 3 Gresser Marrlyn Sue Att All School Party Queen 3 Rep Jr Class Rep Sr Class Rep Councrl 'l Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Sec 2 Pres 3 Usher Club 2 3 French Club l 2 V Pres 2 Chorr 2 3 Costume Chmn Operetta 3 Student Drr All School Party 3 Asst Drr Jr Sr Prom 2 All Trme Honor T 2 Masque 81 Wrg 2 3 Grrggs Larry Sr Boys Councrl VPres V Pres Key Club l 2 3 Grundeman Fred Key Club l Latrn Clubl Football I Transfer Wentworth Mrlrtary Academy Lexrngton Mo Wentworth Show 2 Honor Socrety 2 Specral Drstrnctron lMrlrtaryl 2 Honor Guerrero Joe Operetta 1 23 Madrr gals 3 Spanrsh Club 3 Pres 3 Octet 3 Bovs Ensemblel Boys Sr Gleel Musrc Festrval l 2 3 Gutrerrez Phrllrp Spanrsh Club 3 Treas Hafllch Gary lntramuralsl Pep Club 2 Harnes James R Band l 2 3 Student Conductor 23 Socral Chmn 3 Drrll Cadets 3 Orchestra 12 VPres 2 Dance Band l2 Student Leader 2 Math Club 3 Scrence Club 3 Proctor l Alt Sr Boys Councrl Your Show l Operetta Orchestra 3 Theatre Or chestra 3 Drstrrct and State Musrc Fes trvals l Ratrng 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Queen of Courts Assembly 3 Harnes, Mary Jo Pep Club l 2 3 Oper etta l 2 Proctor 2 3 Hallor, Wilma Halstead Darlene Voc Port Trme Bus Club 3 Pep Club l Hamilton, Jerriann Hamilton, Sandra Sue Voc PartTrme Bus Club 3 Sec 3 Future Nurses Club 2 3 Proctor 2 Pep Club l 2 3 Hansel, Beverly Pep Club l 2 Hansen, Grazia Honorable Mentron Ho nor T 2 Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Chorr 3 Future Nurses Club l 23 36 Membershrp Chmn 3 Lrbrary Proctor l 2 3 Masque 8. Wrg 2 3 Usher Club 23 Cafeterra Hostess 2 Grrls Sr Glee 2 Drstrrct and State Musrc Festrvals l Ratrng 2 Operetta l 2 3 Bus Mgr 3 Latrn Club l Natl Honor Socrety l Student Asst Lrbrary Councrl 2 3 V Pres 3 Debate Trmekeeperl French Club 2 Harder Rosalyn Rep Councrl l 3 Alt 2 Proctor 3 Latrn Club l Pep Club l 2 French Club 23 Masque 8. Wrg 2 3 Varsrty Cadets 2 Hardrng Eldon L Masque 8. Wrg 2 Operetta l 2 3 Chorr 3 Hardman Barbara Honor Pe 3 Pe P P Club l 2 Alt Sr Grrls Councrl Proctor l 2 3 Future Teachers Club 3 Usher Club 3 Play Cadets l 2 Honor T 2 Debate Hostess l 2 3 Head Hostess 3 Troy s guest from Baghdad Leon Kotoyantz srncerely tells students of hrs oprnrons of Amerrcan youth Many eyes were opened' Speech Drama Festrval Hostess l 23 All School Party 3 SUNFLOWER Ad Solrcrtor l 2 Cafeterra Worker 2 Cate terra Hostess 2 Jr Sr Prom 2 Latrn Club l 2 3 Sec 2 Natl Honor Socretv Operetta 23 Com 2 Grrls Sr Glee 3 Electron Bd l Masque 81 Wrg 3 Hardouln, Catherrne R A F S Exch Student from Parrs France Graduate Parrs Academy T H S A F S 3 Jr Red Cross Councrl 3 Troy Jane Bd 3 Alt Sr Grrls Councrl 3 Pep Club 3 For ergn and Domestrc Affarrs Conf 3 De bate Trmekeeper 3 Harmon Joyce Pep Club l 2 Usher Club 2 3 Masque 81 Wrg 2 3 Levrs and Laces l Trohoma 2 3 V Pres 3 Proc to l 2 3 Harper Wrlllam E VPres Soph Class Band 2 3 Dance Band 2 3 V Pres Sr Class Masque 81 Wrg 2 3 Harrison, Shrrley Usher Club l Pep Club l Hastrngs, Janrce K Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Future Nurses Club 3 Cafe terra Hostess 'l 2 Troy Janes l 2 3 D bate Trmekeeper l 2 3 Hawver Sandra Transfer Seaman Hrgh School Pep Club l 2 Y Teens 'l 2 TH S Voc PartTrme Bus Club 3 Co op Retarl Sellrng 3 Hayes Alyce J Hayes Ernest Kent Sr Boys Councrl Debate 3 Boys Sr Glee 23 Sr As sembly 3 Masque 81 Wrg 2 Operetta 3 Jr Sr Prom Com 2 Cast Guest ln The House 2 Hayes Lorna Grrls State 2 Play Cadets 3 Mgr 3 Nurses Proctor 123 French Club l 2 Cafeterra Hostess l 2 Pep Clubl YFC 3 Operetta l Hays Shrrley Pep Club l 2 Future Nur ses Club l 2 3 Heath Larry Math Club 3 Helms Marrlyn Grrls S Glee l 2 Game Cadets 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Cafe terra Checker l 3 Henderson Colleen E Trohoma 3 Pep Club l 2 Henry Drane Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Honor T 2 Masque 81Wrg 2 3 Usher Club 2 3 French Club l 2 Varsrty Ca dets 2 3 Debate Hostess l 2 Sec Treas Sr Class Cafeterra Hostess 2 Grrls Sr Glee 3 Proctor 3 Mgr All School Party 3 Jr Sr Prom Com 2 Henry Donna Future Nurses Club l 2 3 Pep Club 2 Play Cadets 2 Football Cadets 2 3 Basketball Cadets 2 3 La trn Club l Henson Colene Sr Grrls CouncrlChmn Trohoma 23 Treas 2 Pres 3 Usher Club l 2 Head Usher 2 3 Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Proctor l 2 3 Future Teachers Club 2 Basketball Cadets l Football Cadets 3 Varsrty Cadets 3 Masque 81 Wrg l 2 3 Levrs and Laces l Hernandez Martha Pep Clubl Troy James T2 Trohoma 3 Baseball l Basketball l 2 Tennrs l 2 Herr, Margaret Joyce All Trme Honor T 2 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l 2 Troy Jane Letter and Prn award 2 Chorr 3 Orchestra 2 Co Concert Mrstress 2 Strrng Ensemble 2 3 Cafeterra Hostess 2 Future Teachers Club 2 Varsrty Ca dets 2 Concessron Stand 2 Drst and State Musrc Festrvals 1 Ratrng l 2 Operetta Orchestra l 2 Grrls Sr Glee Hrebert, Mary Sue Scrence Club 3 V Pres 3 Math Club 3 Program Chmn 3 Pep Club l 2 Latrn Club l French . . 1 1 1 . 1 . p 1 , . . 5 1. , I g I , 1 1 I V 1 F. ' u 1 I l ' ' I ' ' 1 2 I - 1 F 1 1 l e' I ' - 1 1 1 . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' ' , ' . G I I 1 V 1 1 1 - - ' 2 1 1 1 1 ' ' . ' ' l Z ' ' 1 1 . 2,3. . . 1 V r 1 1 I f - .Z 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 . . - ' I ' I I I I ' ' ' ' . . ' 1 1 , I 1 ' G 1 . 7 ' . . I - - 1 1 - , ' ' . 1 1 . . , 1 1 1, . . . ' ' ' . , 1 1 1 1 . . 1 -5 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' . ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 l ' . , 5 , 1 . . .. . . 1 1 - , . I 5 .- . . 5 , . .1 1 I " 1 . I - - ' . . 1 1 1 1 , ' . 5 . . 5 . . l I - ' 1 . ' . . I - 2 . ' ' , . , , , , , 1 1 U 1 1 1 I , , 1 1 I 1 1 , , . , . , , 1 1 1 1 . , . 1 I 1 f ' 1 1 . ' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 . I 1 1 1 , 1 1 - 1 - . - ' ' I ' I I , . 1 1 1 1 , . , . , . , , . . .- . 5 - f 1 - , I . 1 . . . 1 -1 , . , o - . , -'I' 1 . I - - - g , 1 F. , , ' ' I I ' - I 1 1 I ' 5 , r . I - 1 2 1 ' ' - 1 , 1 - , ' 1 . . . . , 1. , 1 1 -3 ' . , - I I 1 1 Y ' I I 1 . Roll lscholastlcl 2. T.H.S.: 3. ' ' ' 1 , . -- 1 1 1 1 I ' I I I 1 1 - I ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 ' . ' . ' ' . 1 . . , , I I ' I . . . . . . , , . 1 1 - , - 1 1 1 - ' ' ' ' ' , . , . . . V 7 ' I ' u 3 . Y ' I I I 1 1 1 1 . I , - 7 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' , ' I H 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' . 1 . . .r - . 1 1 ' I . . 'l I ' - -f I 1 1 ' ' I . ' ' ' - 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 I . ' ' J ' . 1 1 1 7 J 7 ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 I I 1 1 I 1 - 11 11 . 1 v 1 f ' ' I ' ' ' ' ' 2 I Z 7 ' I ' I ' I I 7 ' ' ' 1 1 1 7 ' . . 1. . . . . , 5 .- . 5 - . 1 . 1 I ' ' ' . . . .: . . . 5 . 1 2 I 1 1 . - 1 - - . . - ' 1 1 1 , . , . 1 1 1 ' ' . , . 1 1 - 1 - . j , ' : . I ' ' I I 1 l I g . . . 1. 1 - , 1 , 1 ' f ' I ' 1 1 - ' ' . ' . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 r - . 1 - 1 - I ' 1 , 1 1 1 - 1 1 - ' ' I J ' ' ' f , , 1 . . . ' ' ' 1 1 I . 1 1 1 . . ' 1 1 1 1 1 I H - . . 7 , , . : - - - 2. 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' ' . , ' 1 D - 2 - I I ' 1 , - 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . I I . 1 1 1 I ' 1 . 1 . - 1 , , , . 1 1 1 1 Senuor Actuvutues Club 2 Thespuans 2 3 Honor T 2 Tume keeper Debate 3 Cast George Wash ungton Slept Here Cast Harvey I Huggunbotham Neul Instrumental En semble2 YFC I 23 Band I 23 Hunds Joan Sr Gurls Councul Football Cadets 3 Basketball Cadets 3 Pep Club I 2 Cafeterua Cashuer 3 Huppensteel Gary Hurschberg Jo Anne Pep Club I 2 3 Hockett Nancy Sue Pep Club I 2 Fu ture Nurses Club 3 Jr Red Cross 3 Trohoma 3 Hodges Barbara Honor T2 Band I 2 3 Chour 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Com 2 3 Pep Club I 2 3 A F S 2 3 Future Teachers Club I Proctor I Cafeterua Hostess I 2 Troy Janes I Hodges James L Hodges Lonnle L Intramurals I 23 Press Club 3 Hodgson Duck Spanush Club 2 Pep Club2 Hohberg Kenneth Holle Charles Football I 23 Rep Coun cul I3 T Club 3 Math Club 3 Chour 2 3 Operetta I 2 3 Wrestlung I 2 In tramurals I 23 Hu Y 3 Boys Sr Glee I Alt Sr Boys Councul Hopkuns James Swummung 3 Voc Pho tography 2 3 Hornung John I Photo Club I 2 lntra murals 2 3 Houck Shurley Honor Pep Club 2 3 Pep Club I Rep Councul 3 Howard Louann Mauorette I 23 Band I 2 3 Orchestra I 2 Pep Club I Hubble Cynthua Pep Club I 23 Latun Club 23 Future Nurses Club 3 Y Teens I Honor T 2 Varsuty Cadets 2 Strung Ensemble 2 3 Orchestra I 23 Dustruct Musuc Festuvals I 2 State Musuc Festuval 2 Hudkuns, Arkue G Basketball I 2 3 Pep Clu 2 T Club 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Sr Assembly 3 Huffman Robert R Hunsucker Sharon Jean Gurls Sr Glee 3 Pep Club I 2 3 Cafeterua Worker I Operetta I Hunt Judy Lee French Club I Pep Club I 2 Voc PartTume Bus Club 3 Treas Hupp Delos E Intramurals 3 Hurd, Margaret Pep Club I 2 3 Future Nurses Club 3 Hutton, Arlene Transfer Wuchuto West Hughland Park Colorado Sprungs Hugh Schools Buble Club Gurls Glee Y Teens Muxed Chorus Basketball Swum mung Hyle Reta Pep Club I 2 Future Nurses Club 2 3 Ireland Jack Transfer Jackson Jerry Football Mgr I 23 Track Mgr I 2 3 T Club 2 3 Key Club I Proctor 3 Jackson Lawrence Jacques Januce Orchestra I 2 3 Future Nurses Club I James Marulyn Jaqulth Janlce Rep CounculI Alt Sr Gurls Councul Latun Clubl Sec I Pep Club I 2 3 Jennungs Nancy Pep Club I 2 Future Nurses Club 3 Trohoma 3 Jennungs Rodene Honor Pep 2 3 Pep At the sound of the new alarm sugnals cuvul defense workers organuze orderly procedures durung a sumulated bomb raud Club I Sr Leader 3 Proctor I 23 Jr Sr Prom Com 2 Troy Janes I 2 3 Troy Jane Bd 2 3 Soph Party Com Cafeterua Hostess I 2 Johnson Ron Swummung 23 Masque8. Wug 3 T Club 2 3 Asst Stage Mgr The Heuress 3 Johnson Sonla Pep Club I 2 Johnson Wayne Alt Sr Boys Councul Jones Barbara Honor Pep 3 Pep Club I 2 Future Teachers Club 3 Chour 2 3 Sr Gurls Councul Chmn Gurls Sr Glee I Operetta I 2 3 Strung Ensem ble 2 3 Musuc Festuval 2 3 Jones Bully Voc Machune Shop 2 3 Jovalls, Robert Madrugals 2 3 Chour 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Musuc Festuval I 2 Queen of Courts Assembly 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Jungmann, Bull Jr Red Cross Councul I 23 V Pres 3 Sr Boys Councul Pres Key Club I Hu Y I Track I Wrestlung Kay Nancy Madrugals 3 Operetta I2 3 AFS 23 Sec 3 Thespuans 3 Cast The Heuress 3 Sr Gurls Councul Rep Councul I 2 French Club 2 3 Song Lea der 3 Your Show 2 Chour 2 3 Proc tor I 2 Pep Club I 2 3 Cafeterua Hos tess 2 Soph Party Class Day Com 3 Gurls Sr Glee I All School Party Com I Dust and State Musuc Festuvals I ratung I Honor T I 2 Keeter Connue Alt Rep Councul 2 Pep Club I Intramurals I Keuthley Aluce Pep Club I 2 3 Kelly Patsy Troy Janes I 2 3 Trohoma 2 3 Pep Club I 2 Proctor 2 3 Alt Rep Councul I Kentzler Charlotte Gurls Sr Glee 23 Future Nurses Club 3 Operetta I 23 Troy Janes I Varsutues I Kepfleld Judith Futur.e Teachers Club I 2 3 Band I 2 3 Lubrory Proctor 2 Pep Club I Foreugn and Domestuc Af fours Conf 2 3 Debate Tumekeeper 2 Intramurals I Kesler Jum Alt Sr Boys Councul Proc tor I 2 3 Boys Sr Glee I Pep Club 2 Chour 2 3 Track I Operetta I 2 3 Fut ure Teachers Club 3 Kubler Nancy Honor Pep 3 Pep Club I 2 Chour 3 Honor T 2 Honorable Mentuon I Gurls Sr Glee I 2 Usher Club 2 3 Your Show 2 Proctor I 23 Masque 81 Wug 2 3 Dust and State Mu suc Festuvals I Ratung 2 Varsuty Cadets 2 Student Asst Lubrary Councul 3 Sec Treas 3 Cafeterua Hostess 2 La tun Club 3 Operetta I 23 Com Chmn 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Debate Hostess I 2 Debate Tumekeeper 2 Speech and Dra ma Festuval Hostess I 2 3 Kueswetter Dorothy Honor Pep 3 Pep Club I 2 Proctor I 3 Gurls Sr Glee 3 Kuger, C R Kulgore, Carmen L Math Club 3 Hu Y I 23 Football I Wrestlung 3 lntra murals I 2 3 Future Teachers Club 2 Kluewer, Susan Chour 3 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club I 2 Alt Rep Councul 3 Gurls Sr Glee 2 Proctor 2 Varsuty Cadets 2 Your Show Com 3 Operetta I 23 Honorable Mentuon Honor T 2 LaCrone Beverly Jean Basketball Ca det 2 3 Football Cadet 2 3 LaFrombouse, Cherue Malorette I 23 Head Malorette 2 3 WORLD Exch Edu tor 3 WORLD Reporter 3 Trohoma 3 Song Leader 3 Usher Club 3 Operetta I 2 Bus Staff 3 Gurls Sr Glee 2 French Club 2 Latun Club I Pep Club I23 Cafeterua Hostess 2 Quull 81 Scroll 3 Masque 81 Wug 3 37 1 11 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 11 1 ' - 1---11 -1 1 1 . 1 , ' ' . ' . 1 - 11 . ' ' ' ' T " ..ll 1. '.' - - 1 1 11 ' 1---111 114 - 1 - - . . ' ' , ' ' " 11 111 1 ' - 1 1 . . , . I 1 ' - 111 1 . , .. 1 1 . . " . . - - '111 11 . 1 ' 11 - . , ' ' A . 1 - , . 1 1 - I . 5 ,. 1 5 11- '. . I . . 1 1 - 111 ' 1 - 11' , I ' 1 - - 1 ' ' 1 1 - 1 I . , . ,,. , : . '1 .. 1 3 '17 .1 - 1 111 " 'I ' I .7 If If ,Q . . 11 11 11 . . 11- lll "'ll e e - l 1 A b . ' Z I: , ' 1 . 11 I I I v 1 1 - 1 111 . 1 - .. 1 - 4 . ' U , . 1 - 11 , . 1 . . l 1 ' 1 A ' " "' 111 111 I ' 1 1 . 1 I - , 1 1 g -11 I , . 1 '. . - 1 5 1 . . . , 0 . - . 1 . . I ' 111 - . 111 - 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 111 ' Il 111 11' - 111' 1 - ' ' - . . . 1 ' 1 1 ' - - -X X . ' . I 1,1 11 1 1 1 - 2 - ' 1 - 17 1' "- 11 1 111 - s ll ' .' 1 -7 17 ' ' . . '.' ' . I' . .. , 7 , . . . ' 1 , 1 - 1 7 ' 11 . . . , . ' . , . ' . ' " ' , . . - U , 1 111 - - I ' . - . . ' "' 1 - - 1 11 111 11 - 1 - 1 111 - 7 . , , ',7 ' '1 111 ,,. . ,- .,g . .5 . 11 . 1 - , 2 1 7 , U ,. . .. . ' ' I D 11 11 ' - 11 111 I ' 11 ' . . . . , , ., 11 1 11 - - ' nu - ul e 1 - . .1 5- ' ' 1 . . ' . , ': 111 I : 1' 'I' ' l b. . - . . . 1,1 . 1 1 ' ' 1 - 1 1 . . . . , . 1 . . . 1 , , 1 ' 1 . '. ' ' ' . . u I 1 ll ' ' D I 11 1 1 . . . 1 . . . , . .1 - 1 1 1 1 I . j. .1 . H " D ' - 'I III 1 111 1 1 111 ' ' 11 1- , - e - ' . - . 1 1 f 1 1 . . . . , I II I' 11 - ' . , . ' 1 ' . ' 4 1 . ' 11 I 3 , , 111 . 11 11 11 If ' . 1 11 . . - , I I I 9 1 1 . . . . Ill I I 1 . - . . . - . 1 . . ,, . 1 . , I 4 I , 1 ' . 1 1 1 ' I III 'I ' 'I I I 1 1 1' 1 1 111 1 . . , . . 5 5- I. , . cw 4m4cw4wega,u.eZkePwm cz Mmdfgm E' Paul A Lynn Duane McCarler ,-dn, Randall McCormick Mike McKee Mary McCandless f-N.. Rosalie McClaran '18 -ex Charles McCurdy Juamla McNeal Jimmy Mah Susan Mann 38 Ken nelh E McCann wa Ernesl McClellan 1.5, -1--v John McGrew C' ,J -fi Ai James P Mclleynolds Jane! Mann Barbara L McClenny atv 9 0 Carole Mdunluns Carol Mcwlllaams 1 Michael W Marlin S Nancy McKay Karen McKee -JV -1-Cf Sally Mack Peggy Maddern Mananne L Marshall Lynne Marhn Q ihe . - . I ' I 4 2- . 3 1.7 ' ' af f f X 2 fl V 9 y V, if ,ey S M 43 X Q A Q if . AC -,': 'IQ x 'W , L .4-.,rAy3, ll . K HL ff K g I X Q l I f - A: I 'K ' A ,Q dx 1 l 4 sf. , , A M ,. ,M M E ,,,,. .EV l X I A x l . N . 3? A .jp M g sl, A y A Ag M Q " u 2 . . fi 1 ' ,I f xy R nmfzmmwwwmgmzwefmms mmf XJ 47 Judy Muller f qv-' Lnnmugo ,rms Marcla C Mlller l Claudla Moeller v ...,, Sandra Mahox Ronald L Muller David Marhn Mohler Wullnam Joseph Marhn Lawrence Dean Marx 5' 1 lv.-:Y Barbara Merrick Allen Meyers Carolyn Lee Mllchell Jam Mllchell John Munson James E Murray 15 'fi nb' Luv Duck Mallhes Sharon Rose Michael 1 N Jack L Maze 1 Wnlluam F Nelson Marlorle Nemechek Jacqueline Newman Roger Noble Norman LeRoy Noe Marilyn Noller Mary Ann Norman 39 W X I J - . 2 f XO? Fd! . 'Y' , '91 I tnel s I 1 i. 5 ' V l "' F- :. L 'a 4 V if '- '. ' v , or .J "" Y -f' 'Q' .a , 4 1 S-' ' XJ :L fi'.5'w X 3 ' FTA c il n f ' .0 ,g 2' 1' ,iss y as K Q ,lt C , 1 V xx? i -5- V , 4 ' Q. . A , 4 ,S or A 06 . " Y' X . , X, J Ti fig, . Wkadaiiamefihebnq ww 1' Mary Norrls as Charlene Oroke Carl Dean Palmer Mary Ja Paul Kennelh Norlon Linda Lou Osborne Joyce Papenhausen 'x -1 T John T O Brien Lynne Overman Jane Paramore Kenny Payne Maren Paynler Evelyn N Ogan Carol Ann Owen Allen Oldham 1 Dean Owen G2 John Olds lm Pamler Beverly Parnell Eleanor Palferson Sally Patterson Alice Errell Peele 1PM 7 X4 ref- K 5 .1 as Dave Pellet! Deanna L Perclfneld Befly Perry 40 6 . - . af , I , ,U , . 6 bc S - , ., 5 A tv- l 'Af' 3 ' ki XA. X X ij f l 7 , i x Q' 1 6? f.!'D ' " J v I I V ! x . J. . .. ,,l.. . 'A V 1 xy O ' 1' I O u N X . 'tile 'z N ' vi ' X P -. f . C.- -Q F I A " Lf: no ,ff he 1 , ff- Lf Exam if? A AW Q Q ,.-: 1 1-X re. xii 1 e N E' J . X vw 7 1 " X fwwwmgmazwzw Isl '7 Patsy Perry Marlyno Lee Phelps 3 Jack Powell an ...- Larry Pelers .RST s Gerald Phullups Marlone L Powell N Harry LeRoy Pelerson Rosemary Posner .loan Preslon Mary Ramirez Ronald Pelllgahn of 6' ' Beverly Ann Pollard Bob Price Jlm Ramos ii 4 Max Warren Reams .Is Terry Pelly ,nv Harold Rex Poller Arthur Lee Proctor Edward J Rangel Shelby Raaugh Norma Pflesler Edward Alan Poor! Qi all James Pusch at nr" LaVern M Raven Sue Reavls 41 1 S' x I A .a I 1 'Gr ' gh rl "' , 43 , j , l ' 1 4' h 'Q l 9 W A P ,A -A Wy ffl 14 go , .5 1 P 4 'I S wx' ', ' X six XS x , Q 'D , K, M . Q pa 2' 'X , , ' X l P I xx x ll V L xx , 4 1 1 -5 J X .4 M l R .Q I A Senuor Achvutues Lamb Donna Lee SocuaIChmn Jr Class Orchestra2 Bus Mgr 2 Band l 23 Sr Gurls Councul HonorT 2 Alt Rep C uncul 23 Jr Sr Prom Chmn 2 French Club 2 3 Math Club 3 Cafeterua Hostess 2 Proctor 3 Pep Club l 2 3 Lambert Charlene Pep Club l Landes Burrell Sr Boys Councul HuY l 3 Track l Key Club l Latun Club l Larson Lunda Att All School Party Queen 3 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club 2 Sec 2 Pres 3 Jr Red Cross Councul l23 Sr Gurls Councul AFS 23 Sec 2 Chour 3 Proctor l 2 3 Your Show T3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Soph Party De bate Hostess l 3 Lauer Dennis Strung Ensemble 2 3 Math Club 3 Honor T 2 Scuence Club 3 Latun Club l Pep Club 2 Operetta Or chestrcu l 2 3 Lawrence Patrucua Ann Alt Sr Gurls Councul Gurls Sr Glee 2 Chour 3 All School Party 3 Homecomung Varsuty 3 Operetta l 2 3 Musuc Festuval 2 Proc tor 3 Cafeterua Hostess l 2 3 Lehnherr Vurgul D Jr Leuenberger Marla B Team Cheerlea der l Jr Red Cross Councul l 2 3 AF S 23 Soph Party Honor Pep23 Pep Clubl Alt Sr Gurls Councul Sr Lea School Party 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Debate Hostess l 2 3 Speech and Drama Fes tuvol Hostess l 2 3 Lewus Jean Marue Future Nurses Club 3 Play Cadets 3 Lewis Leona Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Proctor l 2 3 Troy Jane Honor Pun l Letter Award 2 Gurls Archery Champuonshup 3 Spanush Club 3 Ho noroble Mention Honor T l 2 Lindsay Robert L Wrestlung l 2 3 T Club 'l 23 Track l 2 Lura Delores Pep Club l 2 Lusher Jum Sr Boys Councul Chour 23 Operetta l 2 3 Com 3 Latun Club 2 3 Natl Honor Socuety 2 Boys Sr Glee l Hu Y 3 Scuence Club 3 Honorable Mentuon Honor T 2 Proctor 2 3 ln tramurals 2 State and Dust Musuc Fes tuvals l 2 3 Soph Party Luttle, Jerry Llttlelohn J B Att All School Party 3 Football l 2 3 Voc Pruntung 2 3 Track Long Beverly Jean Pep Club l 2 Proc tor 2 Long, Glen C Basketball l 2 3 Track l 23 TClub 23 HuY 2 Sr Leader3 Proctor l 3 Long Lunda Kay 42 Elbert Fly smules proudly at hus two Mutzus Nancy Kay and Janey Roe as the operetta try outs get underway Longaker Margaret Ann Sr Leader3 Troy Janes l 2 3 Troy Jane Bd 3 Var suty Cadets 2 Pep Club l 2 Future Teachers Club 3 Lopez Gabruel Football 2 3 Track 2 3 Lundgren Don T Club 3 Swummung l 2 3 Math Club 3 Proctor 2 3 Lynn Paul A Y F C l 2 3 Latun Club McCandless Mary Honorable Mentuon Honor T 2 Rep Councul l 2 AFS 12 3 Sr Gurls Councul Pep Club l 2 La tun Club l French Club 2 3 Proctor 2 3 Debate Hostess 3 Speech and Dra ma Festuval Tumekeeper 2 Future Teach ers Club 3 McCann Kenneth Eugene Pep Club 2 Concessuon Stand l2 Proctor T2 Boys Sr Glee 3 McCarter Duane Scuence Club 3 McCIaren Rosalue Gurls Sr Glee l 2 McClellan Ernest Operetta Orchestra 3 YFC 23 Band 123 Photo Club l McClenny Barbara L Pep Club l 2 McCormuck Randall Scuence Club 3 Spellung Contest 2 Photo Club 2 Latun Club l Debate Tumekeeper 2 3 McCurdy Charles Football l 2 lntro murals I 2 Wrestlung 2 Track l Pep Club 2 McGrew John Football l 2 3 Basket ball l Track l 23 Alt Rep Councul 3 Attendant All School Party 3 Sr Lea der Proctor l Band l 2 3 T Club 3 H Y l McJunkuns Carole Future Teachers Club 'l 2 Pep Club l 2 Lubrary Proctor l Concessuon Stand 3 Play Cadets 3 Trohoma 3 McKay Nancy Latun Club 2 McKee Karen Rep Councul 3 AFS 2 3 Usher Club l 2 3 Proctor 2 Pep Club l 2 3 Masque 8. Wug l 2 3 Spanush Club 3 Cafeterua Worker 3 Honorable Mentuon Honor T 2 Troy Janes l 2 McKee Muke Operetta l 2 3 All School Party 2 3 Your Show 3 WORLD Ad Solucutor 2 Madrugals 2 3 Dust and State Musuc Festuvals l 2 3 Cast Dual M For Murder 3 Masque 8. Wug l 2 3 AFS 2 French Club 23 Alt Rep Councul l Pep Club 2 Thespuans 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Scuence Club 3 Cafeterua Host 2 Honor T 2 Honorable Mentuon l McNeal Juanuta Pep Club l Mckeynolds James P Proctor l 23 McWuIluan'us Carol Future Teachers Club23 YFC l23 Pep Club l 23 Spanush Club 3 Mack Sally SUNFLOWER Co Edutor 3 Rep Jr Class Sec Treas Soph Class All Tume Honor T 2 Honor Tl Sr Gurls Councul Chmn Honor Pep 23 Pep Club l Thespuans 3 Rep Councul l Quull 8. Scroll 2 3 V Pres 3 SUN FLOWER Underclassman Edutor 2 WORLD Asst Feature Edutor 2 WORLD Exch Edutor 2 WORLD Reporter l 2 3 Usher Club l 2 3 Trohoma l 2 3 Latun Club l Natl Honor Socuety Class Day Com 3 Jr Sr Prom Com 2 French Club 2 3 Proctor 2 Cafeterua Hostess 2 Checkstand 2 Basketball Cadets l Debate Tumekeeper l 3 Your Show Com 2 Soph Party Propertues Guest of Wumpole Street l Levus and Laces Maddern Peggy Orchestral 2 Strung Ensemble l 2 Pep Club l 2 3 Mah Jummy Football 2 3 Hu Y 2 3 Sec 3 Key Club 3 T Club 3 Intramurals l 2 3 Latun Club 2 3 Track 3 Mann Susan Mann Janet SUNFLOWER Class Edutor 3 Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Debate Tumekeeper l 2 3 Checkstand 2 Rep Councul l Alt 2 Jr Sr Prom Com 2 Spanush Club 3 Quull 8. Scroll 3 Marlun Michael Wulluam Key Club l 2 3 Band l 2 Boys Sr Glee 2 Chour3 Cafeterua Host 2 Orchestra 2 Operetta 2 3 Alt Rep Councul 2 Usher Club 3 Musuc Festuval 2 Pep Club 2 Masque 81 Wug 3 Marshall Maruanne L Orchestra l 2 Pres 2 Sec 3 French Club23 Sec 3 Strung Ensemble l 2 3 State and Dus truct Musuc Festuvals l 2 3 Sr Gurls Councul Honor Pep Club 3 Pep Club l 2 Honor T 2 Martun Lynne SUNFLOWER Co Edutor3 SUNFLOWER Assocuate Edutor 2 Sr Gurls Councul AFS 3 Rep Councul 2 Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Quull 8- Scroll 2 3 Sec 3 Trohoma l 23 Usher Club l 2 3 All Tume Honor T 2 Honor , . .. 5 5 ,. 1 I .2 112 ' - . - . 1 ' ' ' . III . 2 2 - - ' . 21 2 o ,5 .2 . ' . . I II ' 15 2 fs ' ' . S I. I I I 114 " . ' U 1 11 , 1 . 2 If I . I g , 5 - I I I ik-' 22 2 2 - ' ' ' , . , 2 , . , 1 . ' . . I 5 - 1 1 1 . , .5 . , .. ,,. 11I'- I l'.-- 11 V: . . .. I : 1 1 1 I ' ' "' I If 117 111 ,5 .- . 2 . 5 - ' " 1 ' . , . I - ' I . . 7 . " I - - 1 . . , . . . , , ' ' ' 112 -2 ' - 1 2 - I f 2 22 -2 12 11-.u 4' . 5 5 . , : . . - , l . - 5. - . .. . I - 11 1- ' " f 1 - 1 1 ' . . 5 1 1 I ' I II ' I I , 5 . ' . , 2 2 1- - , llll I I . , 1,7 I I1- I " '-- Ill ,,j ,,j I - - I . 2,3. , 5 . ' 3 .5 .- . .-5 , 1 ' ' l ' ' . . ' I ' II --+ II " ' f ' "' " . A' '. . . I I F ' I ' I II ' nn 11 .12 - 2 1, - . , ,p .. . 2 11 1 . .. 5 . . , . - . I - . , . , 5 , . ,, der 35 Troy Jane Bd. 35 Proctor 35 All- A - A In The House 2, Propertues Barretts 5 - . . 5 .-. 5 1 'I 1 112 ' ' , I ,,. 'I ' ' I 3 1? ' '. ' 17 ff 12 11- , . , 1 . 5 I ' ri ' 11 ' . a 1 1 . 1 , ' . P I I I I ' 11 , ., A . . ' I . ,. 11? 17 - I Ill ' 1 1 I : ' ' .2 2 - 2.--12 112 - , : 1- , .: ,. 2 12 2 , .2 ,,5 ' I : ' I I 11? I ' ,,f ,. ' , . ' I -I " ' - I . .I I - G - , I ,. I I. I ' , . . 5 ,5 ' : If - I v - .ff 11, -2 ,2 5, , 5 f ,ff ' f ' - 2 2 I l 1 1 5 - 5 5 II - - I I ' I ' III ' ' ' . - I I, - 1 1 ' a 1 , I . ' I - I III ' ' I . ' ' . . ' . - ' ' ' 1 III ' ' . l , , I " II , 1 I Ill I . . V . -2 11 -1 u- . . ' . ' ' 1 . 1 u "7 T , , - , : , . . ., . ' ' . I . III ' III ' II I: I5 '. . 'I3 ' ' ' " 2 2 2 I5 I . ,, . . . - 5 . I - I , . . I . .: ,,5 , . ' . " '. . '. , , . . , , , , . , , I, I , I III I II I I' . ' . I . . III III Il ' I III I I 7 117 ' I ' Senlor Actlvltaes able Mentaon I Masque 81 Wag I 23 Soph Party All School Party 2 Basket ball Cadetsl Garls Sr Glee 3 Oper etta 2 3 French Club 2 3 Future Teach ers Club 3 Levas and Laces I Cafe teraa Hostess 2 Debate Tamekeeper 3 Jr Sr Prom Com 2 Varsaty Cadets3 Jr Red Cross 3 WORLD Dastrvbutaon Mgr 2 WORLD Reporter 2 Your Show Com 3 Martln Wllluam Joseph Voc Auto Mechanacs I 2 3 Proctor 3 Band I 2 Marx Larry Dean Matthes Dtck Baseball I 2 3 T Club 2 3 Math Club 3 Scaence Club 3 Octet 3 Alt Sr Boys Councal Footballl Operetta 3 Latan Club I Proctor 3 Masque 81 Wag 3 Mattox Sandra Garls Sr Glee 2 Pep Cu I2 Alt Rep Councal 2 ro Janes I Operetta I 2 Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 Coop Offace Machanes3 Merrlck Barbara Future Nurses Club I 2 3 Usher Club I 2 3 Masque 8. Wag Pep C ub 2 3 Latan Clu French Club 3 Varsaty Cadets 2 Tro Meyers Allen Swammang I 23 T Club 2 3 Cafeteraa Head Host 3 Proctor 2 SDanash Club 2 Football I A F S 3 Michael Sharon Rose Pep Club I 2 Muller Judy Alt Rep Councal I 2 Elec taon Bd 3 Pep Club I 2 All School Party 3 Proctor I 2 3 Mlller Marcla C Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club I Choar 3 Office Proctor I 23 French Club 2 3 Latan Club I Garls Sr Glee 2 Operetta I 2 3 Troy Janes Mlller Ronald L Co op Retaal Sellang 3 Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 Voc Electracaty 2 Mltchell Carolyn Lee Co op Retaal Sellang 3 Pep Club I Mltchell Jlm Stage Proctor I 2 Masque 81 Wag 2 3 Wrestlang I 2 Muze Jack L Jr Red Cross Councul I 2 3 Swammang I 2 Track I 3 Moege Lee R Track I 23 Football I 2 3 Wrestlang I 2 Proctor 3 Spanash Club 3 Moeller Claudia Pep Club I 2 3 Or chestra I Troy Janes I Mohler Davtd Martin Chonr3 Proctor 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Football 2 Golf 3 Munson John AFS 2 Cafeteraa 2 Concessaon Stand I Murray James E Boys Sr Gleel Choar 2 3 Nelson Wallaam F Wrestlang I Nemechek Marlorte Luella Pep Club 2 Newman Jacquelane Garls Sr Glee3 Pep Club I Operetta I 2 3 Noble Roger Scaence Club 3 Math Club Noe Norman LeRoy Scaence Club 3 Track I 2 Proctor 3 Pep Club 2 Noller Marilyn Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Clubl Sr Garls Councal Rep Councal I A F S 2 3 Proctor I 2 3 Future Teo chers Club 3 Debate Hostess I 2 3 Speech and Drama Festaval Hostess I 2 3 Masque 81 Wig 3 Electaon Bd 3 All School Party 3 Cafeteraa Worker 2 WORLD Ad Solacator I 2 3 Norman Mary Ann Future Nurses Club 3 Pep Club I 2 3 Cafeteraa Cashaer 2 Y F C Norrls Mary Rep Councal 2 Alt 3 Ho nor Pep 3 Pep Club I 2 Choar 3 Proc tor 3 Masque 81 Wag 3 Spanash Club 3 State and Dast Musac Festaval 3 Garls Sr Glee 2 Norton Kenneth Voc Weldang 3 OBruen John T Voc Prantmg 23 ln tramurals I 2 3 Press Club 3 Ogan Evelyn Nadeane Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 Oldham Allen Track I 2 3 T Club 23 YFC 3 Alt Rep Councal 3 Olds John Football 3 Operetta 3 Boys Sr Glee 3 Oroke Charlene Rep Councall Alt 3 Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club I Troy Jane Bd 3 VPres 3 Sr Leader3 Trohoma 3 Ortlz Cato French Club 3 Osborne Landa Lou Pep Club I 2 3 Garls Sr Glee 3 Your Show I Jr Sr Prom 2 Repeat performance Fannae Comer takes the tracks an the Junaor spellang bee Overman Lynne Band I 23 Football I 2 Wrestlang 2 Track I 2 Owen Carol Ann Pep Club I 2 3 Latan Club I French Club 3 Operetta Or chestra 2 3 Scaence Club 3 Math Club Owen Dean Painter Jlm ATeam Cheerleader 3 Sr Boys Councal Pep Club 2 Intramurals Palmer Carl Dean Voc Prantang I 23 Proctor I Papenhausen Joyce Proctor 2 3 Pep Club I 2 Trohoma 3 Poramore Jane Thespaans I 23 Pres 3 Jr Red Cross Councal I 2 3 Treas 3 Band 23 Sec Treas 3 Rep Councal I Alt 2 Sr Garls Councal Proctor I 23 French Club 2 3 A F S 2 Pep Club I 2 Cafeteraa Hostess I Troy Jane Bd I Electaon Bd I 3 Concessaon Stand I 2 Cafeteraa 2 Honor T I Soph Party I All School Party 3 Blythe Sparat I Cast George Washangton Slept Here 2 Cast My Saster Ealeen 3 Parnell Beverly Co op Retaal Sellang I Patterson Eleanor Troy Janes I 2 Pep Clu I2 Patterson Sally Sr Leader 3 Co op Retaal Sellang 3 Concessaon Stand 2 3 Varsaty Cadets 2 3 Checkstand 2 Play Cadets 2 3 Intramurals I 2 Troy Janes I 2 3 Honor Pan 3 Troy Jane Bd 3 Pep Club 2 Paul Mary Jo Masque 8. Wag 2 Alt Rep Councal I 2 Alt Sr Garls Councal French Club I 2 Electaon Bd I 23 Pep Club I 2 Debate Hostess I 2 3 Speech and Drama Festival Hostess I 2 3 Proc tor 3 Payne Kenny Football 23 Intramurals I 2 Pep Club 2 Paynter Maren Transfer Twan Hagh School Twan Falls Idaho Honor Pep 2 Pep Club I Future Teachers Club 2 Bowlang Club 2 Ska Club 2 Talent Show I Garls League Play I 2 THS Proctor 3 Game Cadets 3 Trohoma 3 Peele Allce Errett Debate I 2 3 Sca ence Club 3 Sec 3 Math Club 3 Us her Club 3 Pep Club I 2 Latan Club I Cafeteraa Hostess 2 Proctor 3 Pellett Dave Math Club 3 Sec Treas 3 Scaence Club 3 Movae Proctor I 2 3 Latan Club I Operetta 3 State Musac Festaval 2 Perclfteld Deanna Lee Choar 3 Alt Sr Garls Councal Operetta I 23 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club I 2 Alt Usher Club 3 Proctor 2 Garls Sr Glee 2 Masque81 Wag 3 43 : 11: 1 .. . 1 - 11: - : : - I " I I 1: : 1- : . 1 - .I .. I . , , I 1 - - I Y ' 111 11 11 I ' I ' I - , ,,. 1 1 I I I ' ' e A , If I ' ' 1 - 1 I I 3 .-. .g 5 - . 5 Al' .' . ' ' II , . , . .I I 1 . 1 -' 1 - III 1 ,I I . . .I I 1 1 . .. . I 3. I ' ' I ' I1 ,, . . . . . . Q III I I' I ' I ' ' ll :---1: 11: - ' , . 1 I 11: 1 - 1: n. I I I: . I ' III I I 'I ' I , ' ll I 'I U , I I I . I 1 - I 111 ' ' 1 1 . - I 1 1 ' ' 1- I' III 'Y ' I I . ' II' , 1 . . . , . . 1 I I I I ll II II I 1 - .5 . I 111 ., : 11: ,:..-: 1 , . . - 3, A 4 , . Ib . 'T I111-..3. , , .1 1 - - ' ' . - : : - - 2 . -.' - '. . - 'I I I II I I I I I 1 I11 I1 . I I ' : I . I. . 11: 11: 'II ' ' 5 . I1213: l I11: bl: ' ' . , ' ' ' 1 I ' ' 1 1 , . . . homo 3j Proctor 2,35 Troy Janesl. 1 - , A - ' " . . I -- - If ' b,. 1 ' 111 117 . . ' . . 1 - 1 I '- 11 1 1 . . . ' . . , 1 : 11 1 , , . . . . . 12 1 1 : 1- ' ' . . II Il , . . . ,, 1 111 11 ,II I II I, II - ..., . . . I I ll' ' : -I . . I I I , 5 I . I .. .I I " ll ' ll ' ' I 1 1 11: I 1: -11: 11 I ' ' ' ' ' 1I 11f - I 11? I ll 1 11i ' I. -:- -:- : . I 0 - A I ' n . 1 -- - I 1 - 11 I - ' - I ' ' . I lf ' ' 1 ' 111 , Z 1 - -1 - f 1- 1 1 2 : : 1 ' ' : : ' '. . : : I ' ll ., , 5 5 ,....: 11 1- . I 1 : : - I avr ll . . I li II I Ill , I 1 -: :- 1 1- 111 1 "" I ' , I ' I ll I 11 11 1 ' I , . . - .I I , . , . . 1 ' 111 ' ' ' , I 1 1 111 , . . . . 0 , I I 1 ' I I 1: 1: 1 - -- , -, I , . , .. ' ' "" f : 11: ' I 12 - I ' .- . j 1 , . I ll ' ' Larry D Redd Barbara Reeves T Jack L Rice 99 Q Rosemary Perez Rocha 2 Sharor Rosenwold avceekollecfafezazcefza 'vs 65- 1... Ralph G Redmond Sherry Reed C'- Nancy Renberger Roy H Renfro Jacqueline Rlchardson Vern C Rldgeway -5 'X Ehsa L Rodriguez Janoy Roe N l Marsha Ross Ollne Jo Rucker ZcafLeQcf5Znc1fewZ'8a44gAwA 'iff Eileen Ann Rhodes Wllllam Rldlnger Fred Rogers Leila Rulon -R JA' fv- Lmda Rlngey Ellen Roach Maxlne Rohr .lomce Rormg Sharron Sl .lohn Lynn Sanders P ' , 'iff Tix 4 .E A e-A l y 4 :J or N U .4 ggi 'Q x . . Y yr F . . A 4' f as 4 W- ' V f j , , A y as , b , x ' K sifzz k 'V 1 -. 55 ly 0 ' 1 A ff .,,z A My KA L A- ' 1 . 1 : . I x 1 '3 A . J ' 'Y r 5 R K . - 55 1? ' 5 in 5 A ' 6 fi , 'J' "" 6 A y ' N 'fs .'Af U i fx. :P Q h ,Zi 4 W ' 14m!0Aa4e7w7anw4QZZ4pammefMeuafwwaZaA4 jf sf' Kathryn Ann Schmld Mil Lawrence Soma 34, 'C' Mary Lou Schmldl Delberl Shaver Deanna Schaeffer Larry E Schneider 43 Jlm Shehl ll hrfx Saul J 055 Jerry Scheck Raymond Scheuermann ....,, Noel Charles Scrlvner Joellen Senne Nancy Shepard Howard R Sheroan Charlolfe Shnmplln Lau Jean Shultz Jack Shu!! Steve Shui! Lllllan Mariha Shy nu- Norman Schuesser wr Marllyn Senne Kay Shmer Carolyn Silver 45 I :A I ' ' 'C' "' X l f A ' H Q I I g'l QW v. all S 1 if Q -Q a A -' ' 4 i C? ' l X 5 Q L Y y , S X S .4 A - 0 5 X 'S f ,fx 3 3 f f f Ja fa' X an W Q Yyix C.. .J J Rx 3 , 9' Q' i , .2 ez ll A I l , ' -0' . fv,.Z..' '-7 , af ' , X A U r w y 1 X S y fl lx I fa A ni- ,a Senaor Aclavataes Perry Betty Transfer Osage Cnty Ks Soph Class Treas Pep Club 1 Blue Traangle Garls Club 1 T H S Honor T 2 Rep Councal 3 Pep Club 23 Span rsh Club 3 Treas 3 Troy Janes 2 3 Future Teachers Club 3 Jr Sr Prom 2 Perry, Patsy Transfer Osage Caty Ks Student Councal 1 Blue Traangle Garls Clu 1 Sec Treas 1 Pep Clubl V Pres 1 Garls Glee Club 1 Maxed Chorus 1 THS Honor T 2 roy Janes23 Future Teachers Club3 Proc tor 3 Spanash Club 3 Debate Tame keeper23 Jr Sr Prom2 Peters Larry Cast George Washangton Slept Here 2 Masque 8- Wag 23 Wrestlang 2 Peterson Harry LeRoy Voc Weldmg Pettllohn, Ronald Key Club 2 3 Scrence Club 3 Proctor 2 3 Y F C 1 3 Photo Club 1 2 Tame out to meet celebratres brangs bag thrnlls to Trolan reporters Nancy Daxon Dorothy Trackett and John Peterson Drew Pearson appeared un a surprase assembly Feb 27 Petty Terry Track 2 3 Swlmmang 2 SUNFLOWER Cartoonast 3 T Club 3 Proctor 2 3 Usher Club 3 French Club 3 Levas 81 Laces 1 Key Club 1 Pep Club 2 Masque 8. Wag 3 Quall 8. Scroll Pflester, Norma Pep Club 1 2 Phelps, Marlyne Lee Proctor 3 Pep Club 1 2 Phllllps Gerald Pres Soph Class Jr Red Cross Councal 1 23 Sr Boys Coun cal Proctor 123 Football 1 Future Teachers Club 2 Poirier Rosemary Honor Pep 3 Pep Club 12 Thesprans 3 Jr Red Cross Councal 3 French Club 1 2 Proctor 3 Cast The Hearess 3 Publrcaty Chmn The Hearess 3 Alt Rep Councul 3 Pollard Beverly Ann Rep Jr Class Rep Sr Class All Tame Honor T 2 Honor 46 Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Student Councll Treas 3 Proctor 1 2 3 Usher Club 23 Sr Leader 3 Masque 8. Wag 2 3 Your Show 2 Cafeteraa Hostess 1 2 Alt Rep Councall SUNFLOWER Bus Staff 23 Jr Sr Prom 2 Troy Janes Bd 3 Debate Hostess 1 2 Speech and Drama Festaval Hostess 1 3 All School Party 2 3 Latan Clubl Soph Party Cafeteraa 1 Varsaty Cadets 2 Homecommg Var saty 2 Jr Red Cross 2 3 Cast George Washangton Slept Here 2 Cast I Re member Mama 2 Cast My Saster Ealeen 3 Propertaes The Hearess 3 Polter Harold Rex Football 123 T Club 3 Basketball 1 Track 1 23 Hr Y 1 2 3 Pep Club 2 Paart, Edward Alan Operetta 123 Boys Octet 2 State Musac Festaval 1 Ratang 2 Swammang 2 3 Latan Club 2 WORLD Sports Wrater 2 3 SUNFLOWER Ad Solacator 2 Key Club 2 SUNFLOW ER Co Bus Mgr 3 Choar 3 Powell Jack SUNFLOWER Sports Eda tor 3 WORLD Asst Sports Editor 3 Rep Councal 3 Intramurals 123 Operetta 3 Hn Y 3 Quall 8. Scroll 3 Boys Sr Glee 3 Pep Club 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 Cafeteraa Hostess 2 Preston Joan Honor Pep 3 Pep Club 1 2 Choar 3 Future Nurses Club 1 23 Com Chmn 3 French Club 23 Honor able Mentuon Honor T 2 Operetta 1 2 3 Varsaty Program 2 Garls Sr Glee 2 Future Teachers Club 3 Pnce Bah Golf 2 3 Proctor 3 Proctor Arthur Lee T Club 3 Ha Galt 2 3 Pusch, James Ramirez, Mary Sr Leader 3 Proctor 2 3 Ramos, .hm Boys Sr Glee 12 Chour 23 Basketballl Madragals 3 Oper etta 123 Sr Boys Councal afe terla 1 2 Boys Ensemble 2 Masque 81 3 Intramurals 23 Hn Y Queen of Courts Assembly 3 Rangel Edward.l Intramurals 3 Foot ba 1 Raven LaVern M Play Cadets 2 Mas que 8. Wag 2 3 Reams Max Warren YFC 23 Photo Club 123 Pres 3 Scaence Club 3 Math Club 3 Pep Club 2 Reaugh Shelby Transfer Fresno Caluf Scholarshup Federataon 1 Natl Span ash Honor Socaety 1 2 Varnety Show 1 Spanash Club 1 2 Charaleers 1 Musac Festaval 2 T H S Musac Festaval 3 Madragals 3 Trohoma 3 Operetta 3 Reavas Sue Scaence Club 3 Pep Club 123 Basketball Cadets Mgr 3 Band 1 Troy Janes 1 Varsaty Cadets 2 3 Game Cadets 2 3 Redd Larry D Redmond Ralph G Basketball 1 2 3 Football 1 2 T Club 2 3 Press Club 2 3 Ha Y 2 3 Reed Sherry Electron Clerk 23 Rep Soph Class Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Clubl Proctor l 2 3 Cafeteraa Hostess 1 2 Varsaty Cadets 3 Masque 81 Wag 3 Alt Sr Garls Councal Publucaty The Hearess 3 All School Party 3 Your Show Com 3 Reeves Barbara Rep Councal 23 Pep 123GarlsS Ge Jr Prom 2 Operetta 2 3 All School Party 3 Publacaty The Hearess 3 Masque 81 Wag 3 Play Cadets 3 Varsaty Ca dets 3 Proctor 3 Queen of Courts As sembly 2 3 Renberger Nancy Alt Sr Garls Coun cal Usher Club 2 3 Masque 81 Wag 2 3 Varsaty Cadets 2 Proctor 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 Renfro Roy H Tenms1 Rep Councal 2 Rhodes Eileen Ann Proctor 123 Club 2 3 Trohoma 3 Varsaty Program Race .lack L Rnchardson Jacquelane Latan Club 2 3 Troy Janes 1 2 3 Llbrary Proctor 2 Pep Club 1 2 Rldgeway Vern C Track 1 Rldlnger Walllam Proctor 3 Voc Radao Rangey Linda Pep Club 1 2 Roach Ellen Future Teachers Club3 Proctor 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 Play Cadets 2 Latan Club 1 2 French Club 2 3 Rocha Rosemary Perez Rodriguez Ellsa L Pep Club 12 Foot ball Cadets 1 2 Basketball Cadets 1 Cafeteraa 2 3 Roe Janey Cholr 23 Madrugals 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 Rep Councal 1 3 Operetta 3 Varsaty Cadets 1 Rogers Fred Football 1 23 Intramurals 1 2 3 Voc Prantlng 3 Rohr Maxine Y F C 2 3 Ramrg Janice Operetta 1 2 Proctorl 2 Pep Club 1 2 Garls Sr Glee 2 Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 Rosenwald Sharon Socaal Chmn Sr Class Rep Soph Class Rep Councal 23 Attendance Clerk 2 Sec 3 Honor Pep 3 Pres 3 Pep Club 1 2 Treas 2 Garls State2 Att Queen of Caurts3 O I I I 1 5 1 -3 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . . . .: . 5 , 5 5 5 5 5 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 I - 1 1 1 - 1 . I l 5 .- . . , 5 .- . 5 . 5 . . ' - E. I I I ' 1 '1 . ' ' . . . . - . , - 1 1 1 1 1 5 A 1 1 1 i -- b . . . ' I 1 ' I .' . , I - 1 ' 1 1 1 I , ' ' ' ' ' - 1 3 1 1 - ' 7 7 -' ' .. - . . . .: 5 T 5 ' ' 7 ' 1 . '1 1 . . , , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,, U , 1 - . ' . ' , ' 1 1 I I - an 1 I na 1 11 ' l ' ' A 'I . . I . ' ' 1 1 1 . . . . .. .. ,, . 1 ' 1 - .. , . -1 . s , ' ' 1 1 1 ' ' 7 ' A . , 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' I' , ' ' ' , - Club , , 5 r. le 35 .-Sr. . 1 1 1 - 1 . . . . . , , u 1 1 1 .. . ' . . , , , . . . ,, . ,, I ' 1 1 ' I ' ' 1 1 . . . ' ' ' , ' 1 1 1 - - ' 1 1 ' ' ' ' - ' . 1 I ' I I I I . I ' ' , 1 1 ' I I 1 ' . . , 1 ' I I I ' - . . 5 . 1 - - - ' . ' 1 1 1 1 , . - , , ' . 1 1 1 4 I ' I I . . I I ' - 1 1 1 1 . A 4 - . . 7 - ? 5 , .. , . . ' I . . . , ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . . . Powell, Margorle Loulse: Proctor 2,35 Honor Pep 31 Pep ClUb 1121 Ffemfll ' 1 1 1 - ' I 7 , 5 2. 1 - 1 1 . - . . . 1 - I I I I I V . . . F e . X . . , , , - 1 - 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 I ' . ' . ' , ss . . . , . . . . ' I - 1 1 1 1 - 5 , 5 , . ' ' 1 1 2 'Y 32 ' , . ' ' . . . I 5 , . , . 1 1 1 . . , . . . . . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 - - 1 1 - - ' . . 0 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' I I ' 1 . ' I I ' ' 1 . ' . 1 I I I I I I I I - . . . , . - - 1 1 1 . . . ,I ' - 3 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 7 ' WIQ 1 1 1 - 1,31 1 - , , . 2 , . . 1 1 1 1 1 . . . , 1 1 1 - 1 1 . , , .. , - . II ' ' , . . ' ' . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 I s . . , . I ss 1 ' . . ' . ' . ' 1 1 1 ' ' I I I ' I ' - - - , n , : . . . , . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' , ' . . I I , . . I n . T ' , , , . , 5 1 - 1 1 1 ' s 1 V ' a 1 2 2 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 - ' 2 I ,Q ' ' ' 7 . . . ' ' ' , ' I I I I ' ' I 4 .1 - .1 - - A . 'I ' ' 5 .. - .. ' . ' 1 1 7 7 ' ' 7 ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - . I . V I - - - 1 - . . , - - 1 - -- 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 Senaor Actavataes Student Dar Operetta 3 A F S 2 3 Usher Club 2 3 Choar 3 French Club 2 Jr Sr Prom Com Chmn 2 Proctor l 2 3 All Tame Honor T 2 Masque 8. Wag 2 3 Costume George Washangton Slept Here 2 Ross Marsha Alt Rep Councal 23 Jr Sr Prom 2 Pep Club l 2 Proctor l 2 3 Rucker Ollle Jo Future Nurses Club l 23 Choar3 Pep Club l 23 YFC T2 Operetta 23 Garls Sr Glee 2 Rulon Leala Pep Club l 2 Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 Co op Retaal Sellang Rumbaugh Rachel Runyan John Transfer St Joseph Mala tary Academy Camera Club Chorus Boy Sergeant Farst Class Squadleoder Hobby Club Intramurals Basketball Crack Drall Team St John Sharron Rep Councal l 2 Sr Garls Councal 3 Honor T 2 Band l 2 3 Socaal Chmn 2 3 Homecomang Queen 3 Orchestra 23 Sec Treas 2 Socaal Chmn 3 Future Teachers Club 3 French Club 2 3 Operetta Orchestra 3 State Musac Festaval 2 Theater Or chestra 2 Proctor l 3 Sanders Lynn Transfer Brown School ma l 2 Cum Laude Natl Honor So caety 2 Drama Club 2 Spanash Club I2 Annual Layout Edator 2 Garls Glee 2 Toastmastress 2 T H S Sr Garls Glee 3 Pep Club 3 Saut Roger A .lr Math Club 3 V Pres 3 Scaence Club 3 Band l 2 3 Dance Band l 2 3 Sawyer Grace Ann Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Jr Red Cross Councal l 2 3 Sec 3 Future Teachers Club 23 Sec Treas 3 AFS 23 Cor Sec 3 Proctor 2 3 Sr Leader 3 Troy Janes l 2 Troy Jane Bd 3 Honor T 2 Trohoma 2 3 Football Cadets l Basketball Ca dets l Play Cadets 2 3 Varsaty Cadets 2 Alt Usher Club 3 Your Show l 2 Att Queen of Courts 3 Masque 81 Wag Scales Elalne Schaeffer Deanna Sr Garls Council A F S 2 3 Usher Club 3 Future Teach ers Club 3 Offace Proctor 2 Pep Club T2 Rep Councal l Garls Sr Glee2 Latan Club l Varsaty Cadets 2 Honor able Mentaon Honor T 2 Musnc Fes taval l 2 Operetta l 2 Masque 8. Wag Scheck, Jerry Alt Sr Boys Councal Key Club 2 Intramurals l Football 2 Scheuerrnann Raymond Track 3 Sca ence Club 3 Sr Leader 3 T Club 3 Intramurals l 2 3 Rep Councal 2 La brary Proctor 2 Schlesser Norman Basketball Mgr 3 T Club 3 Track Mgr 2 3 Cateteraa Head Host 2 Band l 2 Basketball l Trackl Alt Rep Councal 3 Schmid Kathryn Honor Pep 23 Sr Garls Councal Honor T 2 Future Nurses Club l 23 Sec Treas 3 Span ash Club 3 Band 23 Garls Sr Glee 2 Choar 3 State Musac Festaval 2 Dast Musac Festaval l 2 Costumes Operetta 3 Intramurals l Schmadt Mary Lou Future Nurses Club l 2 3 Pres 3 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club l2 Proctor 3 Operetta 23 Bus Staff 2 Debate Tamekeeper l Garls S Glee 3 All School Party 3 Electaon Bd 3 Schneider larry E Football l 2 3 T Club l 23 Track T23 Scrlvner Noel Charles WORLD Edator 3 Alt Rep Councal 23 Scaence Club 3 Pres 3 Math Club 3 Membershap Chmn 3 WORLD Sports Edator 2 Honor T 2 WORLD Reporter l 2 3 Electaon Bd 2 Alt Sr Boys Councal Ha Y 2 Program Chmn 2 Debate Host l 2 3 Latan Club l Boys State 2 Quall 8- Scroll 2 3 Pres 3 Master of Cere monaes Your Show 3 Senne Joellen Honor Pep 3 Pep Club 2 Alt Rep Councal 23 Garls Glee l 2 Choar 3 Proctor l 2 3 Levas and Laces l Pres l Operetta l 23 Future Teachers Club 3 Senne Manlyn Sr Garls Councal Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club l Honor T 2 Oper etta l 23 Com 3 Choar 3 Garls S Glee 2 Future Nurses Club l 2 3 V Pres 3 Spanash Club 3 Pres 3 Soph Party State Musac Festaval 2 Dastrsct Musac F taval l2 Intramurals l Nurse s Proctor l 2 Serna Lawrence Shaver Delbert Shehl Jlm Voc Radao 3 lntramurals3 Pep Club 2 Shepard Nancy Garls Sr Glee 3 Pep Clu l 2 Sheroan, Howard Russell Shiner Kay AFS Exch Student France 2 A F S 2 3 French Club 2 3 Usher Club 2 3 Latan Club l Jr Sr Prom 2 Honor T 2 Garls Sr Glee l Choar 23 Operetta l 2 3 Proctor l 2 3 Masque 81 Wag 2 3 Shoup Robert Chorus 3 Scaence Clubl Movae Proctor l Shrumplm Charlotte Coop Retaal Sell ang 3 Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 Proc tor 2 Shultz Lots Jean Transfer Wamego H S Wamego Ks TH S Trohoma l 2 Shutt Jack Basketball l 23 Track 23 T Club 3 Sr Boys Councal Spanash Club 3 Band l 23 Shutt Steve Foreagn and Domestac Af faars Conf 23 Pres 3 Debate3 Rep Councal 2 Alt Sr Boys Councal Boys Sr Glee 2 Operetta 2 Shy Lllluan Martha Troy Janes l 2 Pep Club l 2 Salver Carolyn WORLD Asst Bus Mgr 3 Jr Red Cross Councal 23 Sr Garls Councal Honor Pep 2 3 Rep Councal 2 Play Cadets 3 Masque 8. Wag 3 Varslty Cadets 2 3 Cafeteraa Hostess 2 WORLD Reporter 3 SUNFLOWER Ad Solacator 3 WORLD Ad Solacator 3 All School Party 3 Your Show Com 3 Soph Party l Varsaty Program 3 Followed by has harem of Senaor Garls Coun cal members Percaval C Pembroke oscends the Trogan stage at the Homecomang assem Slmmons, larry Boys Sr Glee 3 Sca ence Club 3 WORLD Reporter 3 Operetta 3 Slpes Clyde Football l 2 3 Baseball 2 Jr Sr Prom 2 Voc Prantang 2 Trackl Basketball Intramurals 2 3 Slack Carol Kay Future Nurses Club l 2 Troy Janes l Proctor 3 Pep Club Smith, Barbara .lean Pep Club l Play Cadets 3 Smith Barbara Yvonne Jr Sr Prom 2 Sr Assembly Cafeteraa Hostess 'l Srnlth Darla Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 Smith Mary Alice Malorette 23 Pep Club l 2 Garls Sr Glee 2 Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 47 . ' - 1 1 . . . . , 1 -I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 5 7 .1 . . ., , .: . . .1 , , . - . 1 3 - 1 1 1 1 1 I g I I . I 1 I 1 I 1 . . . ,, - ' ' ' I ' I 1 I 1 1 II 1 1 1' 1 5 . 3 I ' ' ' I 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I 1 1 I 1 , Z - 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' . . ' ' 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 ' I 1 1 - 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 5 . . 5 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' I 1 I 1 . . - . 1 I , . . 1 1 1 . , 1 - I 1 1 1 F I 1 - I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 D 1 - I ' I ' ' ' , ' , I . . . 3. I 1 I . . . 1 1 I ' I I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . ' . . . I 1 I 1 .. 1 1 1 1 1 - . 1 I . - . ' . ' ' I I I 1 1 F1 . . : 5 . , . ' 1 I I , 1 1 I I I I I I 1 1 Q 1 I I I 1 ' . I ,, I I I I 1. 1. I 1 I ' I ' ' I I I I I ' 1 U 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 . - ' ' ' ' ' . . I 1 I I I I 1 1 ' . ' I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 - . , 1 1 I 1 I I I ' ' I 4 ' . ' 1 I 1 1 1 . . I 1 1 I 1 1 1 . . . . ' ' . . 1 I 1 - I I I ' . ' 1 1 I I I ' 1 Q 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 . . - 1 - 1 1 1 1 for Garls, Glendora, Calaf.: Delta Sag- - .. .. 1 I ' I I . . ' ' ' ' I I I ' ' I 1 I 1 - l, , . . , , Sr. I I I ' ' I ' I I 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . .. . ' ' I 1 1 1 1 I 1 , . . ' - , . 1. , . I . . .I . I . . I ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I - ' ' ' l I I ' ' A V ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 V- ' ' 1 . 1 1 1 , . , - . . I I , I I I I ' 1 - , 1 1 . 1 , . 1 . bay. 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I 1' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . . 4 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 eg I I I : I I I 1 I 1 I I I , , ' 1 1 I ' I ' I . 1 I I ' 1 1 U ' I I I ' 1 . . I I -- 11 I ' 1 , I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' I A I ' ' I I . . . , . , , . , I 3 . . 1 1 1 1 . 1 , . . , . b I I 1 1 1 , . I A l .. 1 1 s I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . ' 1 12 - - - , , , , . . . . . 1 - . . . . . 1 I I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 I ' I 1 I 1 I I 1' - I , - . . , . 1 1 ' I 1 1 I I I ' I ' 1 1 I ' I I . - 1 1 . . I ' 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 - . 3 . , . ' I : I I ' 1 - ' I I I , 1 . . . . 1 1 . . , . . . . 1 - 1 1 - 1 , . 1 I I 1 . I 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 . 'I ' , I ' , I . 1 . I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 ' ' l. fi .-,J Larry Simmons fro- no Q-" Barbara Jean Smlth Marylyn Frances Smnth Wesley Sneden Harold Wulllam Sol! 48 Clyde Slpes UD i-Jw Barbara Y Smlfh Rlchard E Smlfh T7 -7 Carol Kay Slack gen- Q 1-57, Darla Smllh 1 'QU Shirley Smlfh 6' W' fwwfwmfwfm Ma ry Alice Smllh Sonnle Smlth Arleen Snook Euleen Faye Snook Gerald Snook T' Payne Soufhard John E Sprlngshod Alan Slancllffe Kalherme A Smrlla John Sneden Gerald Snyder Karon Kay Snyder Clifford C Slarbuck .llmrny l. Slarr cn. ' -0 . -- N M, Y rX l fi 1 - KA1 7 V L 1- N , 4Vi3imkxx 9' p 3 -0 a C NV- ' 7 ' Q 4' C' ,. 6' 6 9 un . x , K X r. EQCCCN A K , ll . l 3 jx! I I X ' e 9 , I flaming a4mWaZ7w1f Judson Stone Mary C Stuart Saundra J Stone Kitty Sullivan Pete Sumey John H Swogger Rose E Tague Wllllam Allen Taylor 41. 'I'-E' 11:-v Fred Irvung Steele Judy Stullue Marvm Stovall 'Y Sonia Stevenson John Stocking , 8 Charles Stroth 'lf' Harold W Steves Jr Jon Paul Stone Charlotte Stryker Duxue Lee Swann Karen Swanson Norman Swartz Joanne Taylor Lucy Thacher Glen Thurber 49 Senlor Achvlhes 'P"'f"3',,..fs 'Q FF f 'I r 'f Al I fd 1 1 .I el I f land igllleqe lhe e 1' Ill! WI' flowers bloom f 1' ' nu 1 1 I 35 1 YY fnflvin 'nge I 1" 1 1 I I ffl P fglitgi' Smrth Marylyn Frances State Mus1cFes Stancllffe, Alan Debate 123 Rep trval 1 Ratlng 1 2 3 Dustrlct Musnc Fes tnval 1 2 3 Operetta 1 23 French Club 12 Rep Councul 3 Pep Club 12 3 Orc estra l 2 3 V Pres 2 Pres 3 Strung Ensemble 3 Honorable Mentnon Honor T 2 Smlth Richard E Band 1 2 3 Pres 3 Dnll Cadets 3 Dance Band 1 2 3 Stu dent Conductor 3 Orchestra 3 Socral Councll 1 State Music Festival 1 2 3 Smith Shlrle Gnrls Sr Gleel Pla Y Y Cadets 1 Pep Club 2 Lnbrary Proctor 1 Operettal Smith Sonnle Honor Pep 3 Pep Club 1 2 Sr Glrls Councnl Trohoma123 Varsrty Cadets 2 Proctor 3 Smrha Katherine Anna Trohoma 3 Pep Club 12 Proctor 3 Levls and Laces 1 Sneden John Soph Track Mgr Bas ketball HI Y 2 Pep Club 2 Sneden Wesley Proctor 1 2 3 Snook Arleen Troy Janes 1 2 3 Snook Elleen Faye Troy Jones 1 2 3 Snook Gerald Transfer Perry H1 h 9 School Perry Ks Football 1 Basket ball 1 Track 1 T H S Key Club 2 Snyder, Gerald Duane Voc PartT1me Bus Club 3 Pep Club 2 Snyder Karen Kay Gurls Sr Glee 3 Proctor 1 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 Intramurals 1 Varsety Program 2 Music Festival 1 Operetta 1 2 Solt Harold William Transfer Scott Cnty Hugh School Scott Cnty Ks Band 1 2 Chour 1 2 Vocal Ensemble 2 Glee 1 2 Pres Safety Councul 2 THS Re Councul 3 Boys Sr Glee 3 Southard Payne Voc PartT1me Bus Club 3 Program Chmn 3 Springstead, John Edwin Sprinkle, .lo Ann 5C Council 23 SUNFLOWER Staff 2 Honor T 1 Speech and Drama Fes tlval 23 Starbuck Clifford C Football 1 2 3 T Club 3 HI Y 1 2 3 Track 1 2 ntra murals 1 2 3 Starr, Jimmy l Science Club 3 Math Club 3 Steele Fred lrvlng Pres Jr Class Key Club 12 3 Pres 3 T Club 23 V Pres 3 Student Councul Attorney 3 Thes plans 23 VPres 3 AFS 23 Sclence Club 3 Treas 3 Math Club3 Sr Boys Councll Jr Red Cross Council 3 Movle Proctor 2 3 All Tnme Honor T 2 French Club 2 3 Boys State 2 Your Show Dur 3 Asst Dur 2 Cast George Washington Slept Here 2 Cast Guest In The House 2 Bus Mgr and Cos tumes The Helress 3 Stevenson Joseph Baseball 2 Intra murals 1 2 3 Stevenson, Sonla Masque 8. Wug 2 3 Operetta 2 Pep Club 3 Steves Harold W Jr Band 1 2 3 Proc tor 2 Stewart Lee Wrestlmg 2 Lubrary Proc tor 3 St ll J dy YFC 123 VPres 3 Proctor 2 Pep Club 1 Stocking John Footballl Trackl Thesplans 2 3 A F S 2 3 Sr Boys Councul Hu Y 3 WORLD Reporter 3 WORLD Asst Sports Edntor 3 Cast George Washungton Slept Here 2 Asst Bus Mgr 8. Propertues The Herr ess 3 Quull 81 Scroll 3 Stone, Jon Paul Stone SaundraJ Cofeterra 23 Proc tor 1 Pep Club 1 Stovall Bob Stovall Marvin Band 12 Proctor 3 Stroth Charles Voc Machine Shop 1 2 Stryker Charlotte Usher Clubl Scuence Club 1 Pep Club 3 Spannsh Club 1 French Club 1 Alt Rep Councnl 1 Proctor 2 Masque 8. Wlg 1 2 3 Debate Hostess 1 Stuart Mary C French Club 2 3 Pep Club 1 23 Latun Club 1 Cafeteria Hos s 1 Y F C Sullivan Kltty Pep Club 1 2 Malorette 1 2 3 Sumey Pete T Club3 Pres 3 Jr Red Cross Councul 2 3 Sr Boys Councul Basketball 1 2 3 Alt All School Party Kung 3 Science Club 3 Alt Rep Coun cll 2 Track 1 Proctor 2 3 Sundell Don Transfer Eduson H S Mnnneapolus Munn Jr Chonr 1 Chonr 2 Choral Club 3 Inventors Club 1 2 3 Stage Crew 1 2 3 School News paper 1 2 .lr Cabinet 2 H1Y123 Swann Dnxue Lee Pep Club 3 Swanson Karen Jr Red Cross Councul 1 2 3 All School Party 1 2 Alt Sr Glrls Council Proctor 1 2 3 Cafeterla Hos tess 1 2 Masque 81 Wag 3 Costumes Guest In The House 2 Swartz Norman Football 1 23 Track 123 Wrestl1ng123 HIY 12 T Club 2 3 Key Club 1 2 Sr Leader 3 Rep Councul 1 Swogger John H Madrugals 3 Latun Club 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Cholr 3 Oper etta 2 3 Dance Band 3 Tague, Rose E Gurls Sr Glee 2 Pep Club 1 Taylor Joanne SUNFLOWER Co Lnter ary Editor 3 Honor Pep 2 3 V Pres 3 Pep Clubl Sr Girls Councnl All Trme Honor T 2 Honor T 1 Oulll and Scroll 3 Future Nurses Club 1 2 3 Hosp: tallty Chmn 3 Usher Club 1 2 3 Head Usher 3 Latnn Club 1 2 V Pres 1 Sec 2 NatlHonorSoc1ety Alt Rep Council 12 SUNFLOWER Bus Staff 23 WORLD Bus Staff 2 Masque 81 Wlg 3 Trohoma 2 3 Basketball Cadets 2 3 Varsuty Cadets 2 3 Troy Janes 1 Sc: ence Club 3 Debate Tnmekeeper All School Party Com 3 Forergn and Domestrc Affairs Conf 2 Sion. J d T I W bb CI Taylor Wllllam Allen Sr Class Rep u son rans er e are H mont Callf Track Mgr Snack Bar lfeqrrgfkuqcg lA3o,iogl3gH3l Boskelbc Honor Roll T H S A F S Exch Student Germany 2 A F s 2 3 seem club 3 T"""f J""' Pep Club 2 Proctor 3 Foreign and Do Thacheh LUCY H0r10r Pep 3 Pep Club 2 mestnc Affatrg Conf 3 Alt Sr Gnrls Councnl Proctor 3 Cafe O O O I 1 -5 1 1 ' ' 'r Q ' ' if 1 , 1 . - 5- 4 ff 1 - f -1 f V . ' Vwf' A 0 . f 1 , - - .2t,.'A1t" A ' 1 - 1 1 - Q 1 f f , I j I, 1 I. IIII 'I .QI I - bi' 1 ' 1 I . ' A ' if I : - 1 - II.,-l Q .fl aw . I. 1 1- H , . pl 'h N-,Q-ff A o th - ' ' 1 .-1. -. ' f -15' A eff- r sun- f 1 . 1 1 P A p 'i I ' ' I S . k ' 1 l ,1 I ,3:1,I x IHI I I I I I ' ' J I J .Q ' N. ', fI 1 1 1 1 ' . e '- ' " - P1 ' 'U ' Ni 'Y ' I I 1 I' ,. 1- 9, , .2 , 5 ' 4- ' ' . ' . ' A I ' -' 'J I 1 1 I ' N 3. - , . 1 I2 I - 1 , - - - . -, . ' tes 5 . , . , . I ' . . I ' F ,1 I . I V . I 5 ' I ' : . ' .I I- I I '- B l 1 'P T-F 1 ,Q M I I ' . . , 1 3 1 - 1 - 1 3 ' 5 1 1 7 - ' . ' ' . . 1 1 1 1 1 I I ' I I 1 1 1 2 - 1 2 1 I I 5 5 - 1 1 I 1 1 I I ' V - A - . . , 1 1 - - 1 1 - I 1 1 I , . ' . . h I I I ' I I I I ' I 'I I ' 'x I I 2 , : ' I' I 1 . ', . .I - - - - 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I: I I Sf' - - . ' ' ' 7 I Y " 1 1 1 - . ' . ' . , , - ' " I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 ' . ' . '- ' ' I I ' I I I ' I I u I e e . . . . . Chmn. 35 Sr. Boys Councalg Alt. Rep. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 7 ' ' I I I 1 1 1 - IF 1 1 ' - I g I 'I ' I ' g ' ' I I f ' . 1 1 I ' 1 7 - 1 . , , - . 5 . . . , 5 . . , . Q I I I I 1 1 , , . I .' ' ' .' ' . 1 I I ' . n 1 11 1 ' I A h . . I a ' ' ' ' I 1 I ' I . I . ' . . , ' , " " 1 - 1 1 1 I I' I I I I I I I . ' I ' I - ' ' , " 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I - . , . . , I I 1 . ' " , " 1 I 1 1 ' 1 ' I ' I 1 H ' I 1 1 1 II . ' H ' ' I . I . 1 -0 1 . 0 , - I 1 I 1 1 I I ' , . . .5 - ' ' I I I I I ' 1 ' 1 - ' ' . - 1 I . I - .. . , 1 : 1 1 - ' ' I I - . 1 3 1 1 - 3 . - 1 , I I . I 1 . .. , , , . I I I I ' I I ' I I I ' I , , , . . 1 3 , - I - ' ' . ' . . , ' ' ' 1 I I I " I , 1 5 . . . .: . .Ir I 'I ' ' ' I - I 1 U . . . . , , , - . 5 - 1 1 1 1 I o ' ' I I . 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' u . ' ' - ' . - - . 1 2 2 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . . ' 1 F - I 7 I I , , . . . , , . . I 1 I 1 I I 'I '- I I , 5 Q . . . ' ' , I I I ' I I 7 I I . , A . ' ' H ' " . 1 1 7 ' . . 1 - , : - -A ', 2 113: . I , , rl 1 - s . I 1 " I I 7 I I ' ' I I I 1 I ' ' I , p I 0 . . , I . 1 I - - 'I . , . 1 . . I I I I I I . ' I '- 7 - 1 . . I U I ' I I I ' 1 . . . , I - - - 1 I 1 5 5 - 3 7 I . . - - I 7 ' Senior Achvlhes terra Hostess 3 Chorr 3 Grrls Sr Glee 2 All School Party 3 Future Teachers Club 3 Sr Class Assembly Operetta 23 Jr Sr Prom Com 3 Thurber Glen Usher Club 3 Masque 8- Wrg 3 Tlbblts Robert Lee Voc Machrne Shop Tlllman Barbara Voc PartTrme Bus Club 3 Pep Club I Proctor I 2 Trlton Sandra Voc Part Trme Bus Club 3 Masque 8. Wug I Operetta I Pep Club I 2 Proctor I Tlnoco Corrme Troy Janes I 2 3 Pep Club I 2 Tlpton Norma Jean Operettal Voc Part Tame Bus Club 3 Teal Hollls B Jr Transfer Parsons Ks That Fortune Teller I Bandl Boys Octet I Variety Show All School Play I Photo Club I International Club T H S Sr Boys Councrl Latrn Club 2 3 Thesplans 3 Chorr 3 Operetta 3 Cast The Herress 3 Band2 Proctor3 Tornqulst Perry Hr Y 3 O eretta 23 Trelber James Transfer Turner Pat Transfer Turner Rod Baseball 3 Track3 WORLD Staff Cartoonrst 3 Hr Y 2 3 Turner Walla Voc Part Trme Bus Club 3 Publlcrty Chmn 3 Pep Club I Tutt Venlta Pep Club I 2 Proctor I 2 Twlnlng Carl L Key Club I 2 3 Pep Club 2 Uland Duane Pep Club I lntramuralsl Upchurch Gerald Basketball I 23 Track I 2 3 Football I T Club I Sr Leader 3 Upshaw Barbara Pep Club I 2 Vlar Janet Honor Pep 2 3 Pep Club I Honor T I Proctor I 2 3 SUNFLOWER A S lrcrtor 3 Electron Bd 2 3 Soph Party All School Party 3 Your Show Com 2 3 Honorable Mentron Honor T 2 Future Teachers CIJb I Lrbrary Proctor I Masque 8- Wag 2 3 Checkstand I 2 3 Capt 2 3 Speech and Drama Festrval Hostess 2 3 De bate Hostess 3 Debate Tlmekeeper I 2 Varslty Cadets I 2 3 Operetta I Play Cadets 2 3 Cafeterra Hostess I Cafe terra I Vickland Don Vorhles Joyce Sr Leader 3 Troy Janes 3 Pep Club I Walker, Julie Pep Club I 2 Latrn Club I Jr Sr Prom 2 Chorr I 23 Operetta l,2,3, Muslc Festrval I Wallace Jlm Math Club 3 Intramurals Wangerln Dorma Pep Club I 2 3 Troy Janes I 2 3 Ward Dons Ward Lmda Warner Alan Lanler Wasson Clyde H Ill Watts Ellzabeth Thesprans 23 Honor Pep 3 Pep Club I 2 Sr Leader 3 Jr Red Cross Councrl 2 3 Varsrty Cadets I 2 3 Cafeterla Hostess 2 Proctor 3 Alt Rep Councrl I 2 Glrls Sr Glee 2 Your Show 3 Operetta I 2 3 Troy Janes 3 Pres 3 Honorable Mention Honor T 2 Dlstrrct and State Music Festrvals 2 Sr Assembly 3 Varsrty Pro gram 3 Cast l Remember Mama 2 Cast Guest In The House 2 Cast My Sister Eileen 3 All School Party 3 Weathers Dennls Lee Scrence Club 3 Webb Donna Rep Councrl I 23 Jr Red Cross Councrl I 2 3 A F S 2 3 Proctor I 2 3 Masque 81 Wag 2 3 Pep School Party 3 Cafeterra Hostess 2 Debate Hostess 2 Varsrty Cadets 2 Latln Club I Wester Tern Pep Club 2 Rep Councrl 2 Jr Sr Prom 2 Wells Don Football I 23 Rep Councrl I Sr Boys Councrl TClub3 HIY23 V Pres 3 Key Club I 2 Intramurals I Wheat Theodore W Football I 2 3 Tackl23TClubIHYl2 ann Club I 2 Wlese Karlene G Wlkkerlnk, Robert Wllllam Swrmmrng I 23 Capt 3 TClub I 23 Sr oys Councll Alt Rep Councrll Thesprans 3 Play Cadets 3 Proctor I 2 3 Pep Club 2 Levrs and Laces I Stage Mgr The Herress Wllmore, Doug Speaker Rep Councul 3 Jr Red Cross Councrl 23 Pres 3 De bate I 23 Key Club23 Sec 3 AFS Council 2 3 Wllson, Beatrice Marte Basketball Ca dets I 3 Football Cadets 3 Varsrty Ca dets I Play Cadets 2 Wilson Danna Att Homecommg Queen 3 Grrls Sr Glee 3 Wiseman Marvln Orchestra I 2 3 Photo Club 2 YFC I 23 Woollard Sylvla Voc Part Trme Bus Club 3 Pep Club I 2 Workman, Gary Worthlngton Wanda Del Nurses Proc to I Wray Charles L Y F C 2 3 Pres 3 Latrn Club 3 Lubrary Proctor 2 Photo Club 2 3 Wright Jlm Intramurals I 3 Library Proctor 2 French Club 3 Pep Club 2 Wrught Thomas Evan Debate 23 Elec tron Commlssloner 3 A FS 23 Pres 2 Boys State 2 Forergn and Domestic Aftarrs Conf 2 3 WORLD Polrtrcal Edu tor 2 V Pres Student Council 2 Key Club I 2 Rep Councrl I Honor T 2 Qurll 81 Scroll 3 Jr Red Cross 2 Wyles Leo Wyman Shirley Voc Part Trme Bus Club 3 Retall Selling 3 Yenkey Nadine Grrls Sr Glee 3 Operetta 3 Yenzer H Dale Scrence Club 3 Key Club 3 Photo Club 3 Zeferlohn Marlean Future Nurses Club 2 3 Varsity Cadets 2 Concession Zlrkle Danna Lee Alt Sr Grrls Coun crl Proctor I 2 Pep Club I 2 The world famous Bess of Porgy and Bess I Etta Moten thrulled Trolans wrth her Brogra y rn Song SI O O O I I I - I - I I .. . . . , , . , 1 ' 1 3- 1 1 I - I ' I . . I - I I I ' , 7 .- . . . - - , I - I I ' I ' I I I I I I I ' 5 1 . I I I . I ' I ,I - ' ' ' ' I ' A . . , I I I ' - - I I - I y . . ' . I . . I 3 - , I- I I 1 I - I I I II . - I . I- . 1 , 1 . , - I . . . , . - ' . . I I I Q I - . ' . . I I I - I I I ' I I , 1 . . ' ' ' 1 - 1 - . I , 1 1 1 1 I - I I I ' . ' ' . - - I I ' I . ' ' 1 , , 1 ' , : 5 . I . ' I I . ' ' . '. . , : . - . I I . . I I I. , .. , . , ' I I I 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' I I ' I I I ' f . ' .I . ' I ' 'I ' , . : " 1 .I . ' ' I I - I I - I I I I - .. .. I I I , . I. , , , . I I I I . . I I I - - - I I ' , ' . I - ' J P I2 . ' . , 7 5 ' r I I I I I Choir 3- B r. . ' ' 1 - - ' oys S Glee 2 Club I,2p Alt. Sr. Girls Councllg All- Slllnd 2, SHGCIK BOY 21 Pep Club I,2. I I - 1 1 , : . . - , : . I 7 P 1 11 1 - I I I I , , . I ' I ' ' I I I - I A 5 .- , . I I . ' . I , I 7 I I :I I I II - I - . I 1 - 1 1 - 1, I - I I I - I I , . - ' I I I I ' u ' " I I I - I I I ': I I I ' f , . . , I- , ,L t I I I I I , . I I I I I - ' , . ' e 0 0 e . ' - . . I - - . . ' I I I I ' I I I I ' B . I 5 . . 7 V ' II I . . . I I I I I I I I I I I I , ' , CJ 0 5 . , 5 .. ' . .. ' - I ' I I , . I I I . I . , I I 1 I ' I I ' I ' I - ' . I II I I - I - - - I I I . I I I - I I ' I . I . . . I I I I ' ' I 1 ,1 ,1 1 - I I I I I - I I ' I ' I ' : I I ' 5 . . . 0 0 . , I - I I I I 5 . . . , , . I 3 - I ' . I ' , . . . ' ' 1 , . I I ' . . I . ' I ' ' ' I " I I -' - I I I I I I ' ' - . r . ph - Aenmikeumwiwe jdpdlfbfldlddfg Robert Lee Tnbbnls Q 6 42 I' H A Barbara Tullman Sandra Tlllon Corrme Tmoco Q Perry Tornquusl Palncua Turner Rod Turner Wllla Turner Duane Uland Gerald Upchurch Barbara Upshaw Julie Walker Jim Wallace Dormo Wangerln Jane! Vlar 'rv' Doris Ward -Q -9 Norma Jean Tlpfon Vemfa Tuh Don Vlcklancl ,gf Hollis B Toal J is '-1-if if Carl L Twmmg .ll Joyce Vorlues Linda Ward Clyde H. Wasson Ill Elizabelh Walts 52 vmwm mmf gyms Dennrs Lee Wealhers Scsi 'gli Roberl W Wrkkerrnk 9 -...Q Wanda Worfhlnglon -7 Donna Webb -'S' Doug Wllmore Terr: WQITQY Don Wells Bealrrce Mane Wrlson Charles L Wray .hm Wrlghl Na' if ity if! J' Nadme Yenkey Donna Wilson Thomas Evan Wrrghf H Dole Yenxer Theodore W Wheat 'S Marvrn Wiseman Leo Wyles Morlean Zeferlohn CAMERA SHY Phllrp Anderson Ted Campbell Edward Cochran Tom Coleman Darl Evereti Jernann Hamrlfon Jerry Lllfle Cala Orhz Rachel Rumbaugh John Teluan Alan Lamar Warner Gary Workman U-01 N'-.5 Karlene G Wlese ll Qs Sylvia Woollard 'TN Shlrley Ann Wyman Donna Lee Znrkle oz ' . ,Y ya 25315 ' 1 'Ja al ' 53' 3 " ll f-Q, lv 'L' W' X L ll . 9 ,' thx "' 'E A -an , , ,Q , '. .9-. I , n I . X 1 0 W , . L X 3 . 0 ' A 0 f, V X 5 X, ' J' I gr , Q27 ,, . M ' 1. -4 -9 ' L ly ly, M in.. , V 9 UU .. . . X With dignity befitting the middlemen, the iunior class officers meet before the library fireplace, Sitting: Mary Jo Burke, representative, and Karon Olson, secretary-treasurer, SIanding:Dick Mills, representative, Steve Swan, president, Ed Saylor, vice-president, Barbie Howard, social chairmang and Steve Bennett, re- presentative. Q rays fs Juniors Bind All Last spring we became iuniors, but in name only. The memories of our sophomore year, our first year in the shadow of the tower, were still a part of us, and the idea of being iuni- ors seemed foreign and unreal. lt was only after we returned last fall and plunged into school life that we realized the full meaning of being the middlemen. We were the all-important link that served to hold the three individual classes together, making us all Troians. In Student Congress, our representatives exerted more in fluence, while our officers made sure our class activities were of the highest degree, We learned which rumor would repre- sent THS and us, internationally in the American Field Service summer program and share with us their experiences of living in Europe for the summer. On the home front, delegates to Boys' and Girls' States were chosen, and we felt well-repre- sented in our choices. All our lunior year was not spent in serious endeavors, 54 Classes Together however. On the athletic field we served our apprenticeship, displaying our potential talent, and giving the seniors some real competition. Clubs and organizations gave us a chance to de- velop our interests and take responsibility as we participated in each activity. Junior contributions to assemblies, both serious and light, were typical of our growing ability of leadership. Topping our accomplishments was the Junior-Senior Prom given for the seniors in the spring, Putting our all into it, we made it a fitting tribute to the graduating upperclassmen. Our final act as iuniors was performed by the girls as they formed the daisy chain for the seniors at commencement. As we look ahead to our senior year, to the day when we will be the highest class, we know that through the knowledge we obtained from our teachers and the growth of character gained from our activities and experiences, we will be qualified to take our place, living up to the examples of the senior classes that have gone before. 'G Pic Nancy Adams Pal Adams Janice Addmglon Clarence Adkins Jerry Adkuns Ed Alberg Anon Addy Sandy Aldeneae " Ann Allen Homer Ashley """ " Bob A"d""" Hazel Allman -vs. 'S c"""' A"d""" Nancy Allunson he is 'I I Luella Avers Make Ballard Delarls Bacon Fred Bahr Bob Bauley Regina Baker Randy Barnes kb Barham Blllye Barnell l.arry Barngrover nf Darwin Barnell Claudla Beally Manlyn Beary WA! Jan Barlley Nedele Baxley Klm Beard Brian Beafhe ls 1 .J T' if .1 Ronald Belcher Delores Benakc Sieve Bennell Don Berry Judy Berry Travis Berryman Jane Besllears Phyllis Beslxaw Paul Bier Eleanor llgg Doris Blnger Johnny llshop Norman llacll L44 Jean Blackburn 'O A 5 Glen Channel Palmer Blackwell Kay Charles as GUYY Boal J Larry Boaz bs '-3 Vlolei Boley Ronald Bolhwell Belly Boffom 41,1 Belly Chase Trash Bowen Dons Boufon Irma Bowes Carl Brace Shirley Chase Joan Cheng Foster Chnsholm Vlrglma Clark Charlolle Clement Bob Clmkenbeard Sandra Chrastina Gary Chrislian Arfhur Clark Jlm Cobler Ed Coffman Eslher Coffman Wlllle Coleman Fonnue Comer Nancy Constable 5-pf, ,I 'i Clyde Bracken Marulyn Brandon ix Claude Bnanl 'S Bull Brandenburg .lannce Bruggs Wilma Brlghl Georgia Brown Adrienne Brlfl Marcla Brown Fred Brown Mary Ellen Brown Q i T" Qulncalee Brown Nancy Brumme Vlckl Bryan Eugene Buckman Allora Burlew Marquis Burneff 1 id, l l I l V 8,7 . 5 -' -.Var . . .. x ' A ll' ' so Q , ' A +7 ' .QQ - . ' A Q X' l C erqe ' N .1 ' l N B B G., . ' l ffti Q , , A ll All l' if QA X I I 4 n E Q N -N ' Q S 1 tx .- -"I ! -K V Z 4 . - . -4. I Z fi- ll a la 'E B Q 4- - GL S I " E "" ' M V 4 - .. ' ff ' 1' A Sandra Coke Sue Coleman Delores Cook Duxne Cook Shrrley Cook Glenda Cook Barbara Cooper Rachel Corona Nancy Cooper Llnda Couriner .v -L E' v up 17 gx V- ffm 1 vu 'Nr li K A L 2 E Q , V - . x he C x , Y . V ,. A A . I .s u A e Q . .- f b ' 2 . 8 l l f ' , ,N ' V 'L - .Q Mm- r G19 1 i , N . . 4 1 . - C Q - , fi A t - 'T g - A fx ' Q f . L. Joe Copp Judy Cowan Q' g l" : 1 fl Q , ' . E V 'x Q.. - ' , A v fri, , L. Z be C. . "HQ ' A 1 e :X ls s. 4-v V . . Hs Q J I ., X . . . 5 S , ww.. ' ' . . . . . 2'v l Charles Buffon Roger Burgess Mary Jo Burke Jlmmy Burson Bob Buller Jerry Bufler Alfred Calvlllo Sandra Canfield Janlce Carlson 4- Sandra Cowherd Jon Crawford 5' Judy cox Judy Crllchlow , Charles Craft E if Sheila Crossley Charles Crowder Bull Daeschner Eddie Crume T' 'N Jerome Dallas .lanlce Dallon - Carol Dangerfleld 5- ty Nancy Buherfleld Pony Daugheny Paul Cam vlfglllld Davies Jamce Calrhan Bernard Carr Eugene Carler Charlotte Carroll Kennefh Chaffln -ludllll DUW5 Ar? Carson Rulh Chandley 57 'B if 'ev' uf 4 5 Jvs are v., rw, Q gr- 14.4 Flo F 6 Q I Dave ox Jane! Fox s., Roland Fox Sharon Fox i J 58 5 8' Phfl Frankenberger S 5 U., L- 'Q ww., ? Martha Duepenbrock Irvm Dillard Leland Ellloh .A Beverly Elliot! Margarel Ellns 'l Behy Elmclu Tad Esles Rene Fnsh Joe Fenogllo Gary Fisher "" Sieve Funk .llm Flowers Muna Flowers Vlrglnla Flowers Rose Flowers Annelle Fluke Naoml Forbes Nancy Ford Carolyn Ford Donna Foster Dorolhy Founfam Karhryn Hayes Carol Fredenck Mm, Hay., Dave Healh Gary Hall Bull Haney Lmda Honkenson Dale Helrnlmger Twalla Henderson Neal Hennksen - i, 1- V -5 L- f th z. sa ' ' ' 1 9 'H -- ,ltl Q ' x Xrwl G9 VN: , ,.- Q. ' A I . -. b ' , , 1 4 l, '1 ' --..- N' - Q A ' X A 2 'fd A 1 ' Al . 1- ' A 41 . A Q, , W lu- . L 'pl , ' i . " . ', ' l n.. , 4- , -A an V S4 . . , 'V ' " ' -' Q ' 1 . Q P. rr ' ,G y ,, ' .x f. g , , 'f I i Q -L l - . ax fi - - ' 'lf . v- it, G , " ,,,, vc- 1 'R f , . v M - A I ' ' , 45 . 4... 7' ' - ' ' ' . T G - ' , , A , 1 V .-I . . l' 1. 1 f N -If 1 X - , - 'Q 1 X D F O .x y W .,, W .. .ge -,R Q sl l ' . -... .1-X ,, Ex g fu 3- G Q 4 J K- . ' x " I . ' ff : . F . if :N L' ll u ' ' R 7 ' , . . . V! I Rose Mary Greco Elsle Green Phyllus Grover Florence Hardee Nadine Harmon Alberla Havely Larry Hercules Nancy Hackman Alberl Huggins John Dawson John Daylon Lunda Dearlng Wayne Dllch Elmer Drrfman Bernerce Eames Karen Dealer Larry Deaver Phyllis Dennmg Bob Ebendorf Earl Edwards Jane! Eggleston Nellie Duck Rlchard Duck LM, 55.4 John Dreclxman John England Judy F7959 Gary Freeman Sleve Frerdberg -'Ohh ESCODCY Mqfy Fyulh vs Dorcelyn Esqurval Kqrgn Fry Party Frye Mrke Gamson Barbara Gentry Marne Galewood George Grbson Judy Gifford B b Go I Dan Gllllland ar are nm .S "" Charlolle Goodln Don Gordon Beverly Gorrell Henry Guerrero Loreha Guerrero Ivan AI Haag Haag Darlene Graham Neva Grame Joyce Gladfeller Becky Grantham " in QQ 'Qs'- Al Hawkins Rae Hawks bf 'Q 'A I 11 5 John Kennedy John Hacker Carroll Kllgore I Q' 5 Erme Hodo Rosalle Hogan Carolyn Holbrook Perry Holland Jo Ann Holman Wally Kllker Ruth Holt Sally Holston Sandra Hopkins ,ff Dorls Horne Don Horton Carolyn Kung Ross Kung Barbara Klemmer Ben Kulken Jerry Lacy Allcla Lalng Chuck Hotchkiss Barbara Howard ps John Horton unlee Huey Mary Knight Earlene Knoles Arthur Koehlar Peggy Lamb Darlene Lambert Gale Lambert Janet Laney Thelma Latter Mary Lauterbach Ruth Huffman Tom Iverson -5 JoAnn Hutton Danny Jackson N-O 60 is ? f Marporne Huyett John Jackson Grace James Ruta Jaramlllo Betty Johnson Doug Johnson Ron Johnson Paul Jomes W K . 53 ny as ,A , S, , N , W I l 5-41, K V. A - S- 3 L Y : l r - i, I -, .LV 'Q ,P ii As 8 J 4 ef ' A A I . , K I y kk i u 'U J v C N J - ' J X , l I f j J 1 ' rf' ,, . 2 J J 0 he A J .- - sr? ' J - ' - 1 P 'Eel . - ., fr' 'gg Y' V 4 3 J . A 'll 3 4 J 1 -c. ' I s Alan Landen .4 'F Bob Lane .5 Karen Lawton DeAnna Lebow Marsha Legg Wmslon Lee Gary Lelghly Bob Lewls Ida Lucllle Lewus Gary Johnson Malcom Johnson Robert Johnson Harry Jolley Gleneffa Jones Karen Jones Jane! Juneau Tom Jurey Bob Kaul 6- 5-9 .f-O Melvin Lewis Phil Lewls Rela Llefz Ronald Lewis " Kay Lmdsey Lmdu Llle Gale Lmeberry Karen Llnder Lawrence Jones Lucy Jones Marlene Jones Sherman Keellng Jack Kenm John Keum Sieve Luttle Shirley Lllflelohn Larry Long Ken Lloyd Denms Kelly T1 Erma Longsfaff Bull Look Cecllla Lopez Sv fre Nxl Marilyn Lowe Jan Lundgren 3 1 I 1 Joe may T-m lvl' Nancy Kelly . , L A 5 5. N LN 5- f L J f C' f 'fi V El : N f A ' ,, .f. '-' A- 1 L As AQ L- l t A I N. ' J . ff 21? e N1 , V x ' I ' n Af , ,., , ,,. n Y I .5 1 t i , A . 'B E3 -, 1 X if L M r L If L ' M . . . Az Q M Q , it . . . D L ' - X 'J A x l . U , I H X I , 4 ? K as ' ' . -f if 3. 1 . ' . , S 4 ' he J ' , . I . . L - gl, Q A c J 'L s .1 Q u A i , v mr. J1- ' "" , S . . x W 4 ', l J 'QL L-- I 1 bf v1 w-4 62 3 fd C7 6 L 30 .nf lk Bonnle McMaster Jocelyn McQueary Larry Mather E Dafvld Matchett Diana Mathles Ramona Mendoza 'K ' Nancy Merriman 1-' L Y'-, Craig Moody Glenn Moon G-we Ramon Montes Paul Metzenthm Dick Mills Gary Mulls Judy Mllls David Muller Larry Muller Barbara Ann Mitchell Jeanell Mmor Barbara Jo Mitchell Don Roy Moe Dorothy Montgomery Joyce Montgomery Kelth Parkerson Patsy Patterson Carolyn Paul Julie Perry Bull Peterman John Peterson Al Moore Wanda Petefush Gayle Petereck Karlen Peterson Duck May Donna Metzger Carlene Michael Larry Mlddaugh Carol Orr Janice Osburn Sally Osslan Loss Pauls Elbert Paddy Dorothy Peery John Petterson Gorden Phillips Phyllis Phullups Frank Lynn John McCabe Merrill McCall Arlm Mannschreck Jamce Marlow Carl Marquette Behy Meagher Mary Mellles Rosalle Mellon Karon Olson Tom Oslerhoul Jim McCoy Twilla Mcilwain Larry McGuire Karen Marhn Rosemary Marfm Carole Masqual Twila McKay Joyce McKelhen Errol Move Pal McKnight Blanche Murray Joyce Myers Lorena Nemechek June Myers 7 Gary Morgan Mack Morgan Barbara Munoz Roberl Munoz Tom Munson 1 -5, In id. Q.. 'HQ Jan' Newell Gerald Nlsbefh Wanda Nlcolay ugene Nohmgham S Bull Nlemann -, Jack Osirode nm Ponflo Mary Lou Palme: Manuel Perez Don Perkms Qla KJ 1'-0 Wi Gary Nudson Mllfbh Olson Roberf Nystrom Roberi Oroke .3 Mike O Rourke 1 sp 'N Q- Q 1 'N 4-1 Sv be x., . . A ,Q 'ia Q gg S' ' 1' 3 9 I I l 5' ' "' ' V , , -. x 1' -1 X J 1 - . I 4 1 - E - V, J' c K I 5 ' fa : J' 2. ' 1 4' H .,A, y . . l ' ' L' L, ' Q- Q: 5, . , r , -mu., - jygia . 5 . J. Ai K. .. ir .Q J ' g- 'ig if S It ' Q X A ' L- - tx I k AX x 5 -V W, J ff A I 'A 1 Q . y Y' f 8 x K 1 " if F , - A - 1:- - v A1 Q8 1' , A if A I IN 1 4,1-- ,J V 1 - s 2 - E If - ' AA A A. L' J J, I Xfwqh I -,. ' A v Y 'l ff , I Gordon Schrader Nadme Schumann Earlene Plerce Jane! Schrock sl Nancy Pock Larry Poller Q-X 'Wilt New .. an Sieve Poorl Elizabeth Praler Glenda Pruce hrs "P-if Marvm Schullels Jaclue Schutler Bob Scott Shurley Senogles Oren Sharp Terr'y Sharp Henry Segura Sharon Selbach Sharon Senogles Owen Sherwun John Shldeler Claudua Shorfman Duane Pugh Blllle Jo Prlnzlng Dolly Purnell swf Jerry Purvlnes Dan Ralston Renae Rafter Rogers Ranney Fred Ramirez Joe Redmond Tom Reeder Marvm Renyer Duane Reser T4 Jane! Simpson David Slaby Mary Sloan Lavma Rnce Bobette Richards Gary Rlchardson Joanna Richardson Slbyl Rlekenberg Don Rlssen Lesl ne Roach 1 Af' ,J 17 IN.. Q... in If oyce Robinson he Q June Robinson uv 4-7 D .f .ay il ' ' '52 . eff ' 4 1 , l F7 ' "l"'m,f17 if A 6 1 ' Q ' I ' of J' . 1 K ' 1 V A M A . 1 A h A U y .' , U-,cv R v.. ' . .C HN X .4 i 1 V 4 , W S J i f J - ?7'ffi'lf3"' f 4 ' K xi i: L - l l 4, Q QQ l' l .l .Q , '- -.-, tori A S R , f l ' J A , ff l . 1 if X " if' ' . 1 ' l 4 I lk b A A .3 'fl ng 'Lf N 6-. - ' A ' A f' f D tr gf X 1 -f ,-1 -f A , I 'A Tom Shupe H ,- S Charles M Simons Carolyn Smith Gerald Smith Jean Smith Helen Smith .JL JoAnne Smith Virginia Smith Lawrence Smith Joe Sneden Norma Smith Bonnie Snoddy Sunny Robertson Bob Robinson .lack Robinson Richard Rocha Gilbert Rodriguez George Rogers Joan Rowles Pat Rozema Don Rumsey Carol Snook Velma Soudek Kenneth Sourk Nancy Root Sibyl Rose Gary Roth Bruce Ruxsell Bonnie Salsbury Carol Sandbloom Molly Jo Southard Brock Spencer Delores Spotter wana? "TZ" Janice Spicer Nancy Stamm David Stahl Doris Saut Ed Saylor Gary Schaefer Gary Stansbury Ray Steinman Robert Steinmeyer er-, Charlotte Stone Miriam Stone 'Q 1--Y 2-1' fy- as Kay Storum 14x 'sr . 4 1-5 A -1 ss 93" ' ti Jean Swanson Judy Swanson v' E Dlana Walfers i Larry Vlgus Jarrett Vuncent Kay Vmcenl Wllburn Wabaunsee Vlrgll Waggoner Stanley Thompson Larry Tncknor Chnrshne Tllzey Mildred Tuplon Gayle Tosh Jamce Trendel Carolyn Toulouse Dorolhy Trlckell James Traylor Tommy Turner Don Tussel Gall Twmlng Judy Van Dyne Loule Vallas Deck Vernon Roberl Vlclor Judy Tyler Sluarl Umbarger Judy Underwood Reba Wllllams Ernest Wilson Vlrglnla Wilson Gary Wolff Warren Wood Buddy Woodruff J 4 1 V 4 Q, V .Q ' - 4- Q L, x I .K JJ TB, W ' ' 1 w , Q if E - -- fx 4 Q 13 sf yp, fl fl' " :lf ' Q., ' FV: fx. 'J 7- H Q ,La X 41 is VV ,,.. 1 D - ' new - . W . J f, .. .QV K Q 1- ' ' ' 'Ab Q lf ' tx I Q I A l S .H V' he , K fi ,,il , , , i N' f 1 Jrns J' - fl K? 1 A Q .x T Mi, it- .V ' . 5231 y . . . . ' th . 525 gf .Q I I Sheryl Stouffer Jlll Strahan Kay Stromqulst Karen Studebaker John Stumbo Kenneth Sturm Sharon Stwalley Steve Swan Betty Jo Walthall Dean Swanson Danny Swearmgen Dale Taylor Peggy Tholl Hershell Tkatch Evan Tonsmg Ernestlne Torre: Carolyn Thomas Willa Thomas Larry Thompson Alyce Washington Beverley Ward Ethan Ward Bob Wanamaker Barbara Wangerm Barry Warkentln V G Weese Louise Weller Pat Weiser Bill Westerhaus Jen whne Bonme Whitaker Barry Wilkes Charles Wllklns Alvin Williams Ronald Wlngers Carren Wmgert Tom Wltts John Wohlfarth Jerry Wymore Leonard Young Robert Zeller Miles Zentner CAMERA SHY Elaine Williams Y I Dune wenenge Robert Whittington Mary Lou Williams Patrick Williams N1 Y 15 -an 53,4334 K 1 Janice Bohm Mildred Bugg Byron Benard Richard Benard Robert Benton Eleanor Campbell Jim Davis Janice Egbert Pete Espinoza John Finch Gary Fisher Larry Forbes William Hudson Winston Lee John McDonald Rudy Mendoza Teresa Mendozi Bettie Roach Howard Sudduth Ronald Walker Louis Watts Gary White 4 5 .X Sophomore class officers laugh about the organ duet being played by Barry Bray, vice-president, and Sue Cross, representative. Standing are Joan French, social chairman, Bob Christenson, representative, Judy Stuenkel, representative, Con Poirier, president, and Marcia Nelson, secretary-treasurer. Q7 ' 7mm Ummm Sophomores Enjoy Embarking upon our high school life, three of our most ex- citing years, we entered the Halls of Troy last fall. Then we were "scrubs", an unorganized group still loyal to our respec- tive junior highs. It wasn't long though until we became ac- quainted, with one another and Topeka High. The Trojan spirit and sense of belonging unified us and made us a class - the sophomore class - the class of '58. Eagerly we plunged into high school life, making a place for ourselves. Elections found us vigorously campaigning for the candidates of our choice. Carrying posters, handing out cards, and finally electing our class and all-school officers gave us our first active part in life at Troy. As we became more set- tled in our routine, we began joining clubs and entering into activities. The wide variety offered gave each of us a chance to pursue our interests and make new friends. In athletic events we exhibited real talent, a hope for the future. Student Con- 68 First Experiences gress members obtained training in student governing that they would need in years to come. We didn't mind sitting on the "shelf", We knew it was part of being sophomores and that those front auditorium seats would be ours in due time. Aided by Miss Martha Herrick, our class sponsor, we gave our Sophomore Party. Proudly displaying our talents and ability to take responsibility, we made the "Buddha Ball" a never-to- be-forgotten highlight of our first year at THS. Now that our sophomore year has ended, we realize that during this year at Topeka High in the shadow of the tower, we have all grown in stature and in wisdom. In our classrooms we have gained knowledge and strength of character. Our ac- tivities taught us good sportsmanship and responsibility. But we are not through learning. In the two years ahead of us, we will go on growing and making the class of '58 one to be remem- bered. MR BLACKBURN S HOMEROOM Front Row Sharon Bennett Janet Davis Floyd King Larry Akerstrom Pearl Brower Carol Linton Joan French and Carol Myers Row 2 Ben Gross Lynda Lohmann Carol Ab sher Janis Scott Larry Ruggles Wilma Miller Faye Huffman and Elaine Orr Row 3 Everett Lewis Clen ton Streeter Lila Faust Jim Crook Linda Baker Kay Wanomaker and Joyce Wright Row 4 Larry Holt Bob Tidwell John Walton DeWayne Hicks William Cooper Richard Mistler Paul Ebel and Frank Duclos Missing Geraldine Littlegohn 1 MISS BOYLES HOMEROOM Front Row Richard Thompson Rosemary Dawson David Wilkinson Jim Bouton Virginia Gabe Betsy O Hara Jacqueline Snook and Twila Allerheiligen Row 2 Tom Ortiz Roger Blancas Rosemarie Mitchell Suzanne Bird Joyce Little Melba Young Sara Jane Pearman and Dorothy Clark. Row 3: T. C. Anderson Joan Ward, Carole Moeller Beverly Freeman Grace Burbridge,Sandra Gilchrist, Gary Holly, and Maureen Lotspeich, Row 4: Richard Tong, Jacob Dyck James Summers Bob Cordill, Gary Smith, Edward Elliott, John Isaac, Richard Gooden, and Lois Barge. Missing:Gonzolo Lira. MISS COOPERS HOMEROOM. Front Row: Bill Curry, Judy Waters, Deloris Moore, Sandra Reeves, Doro- thy Harding, Delores Beasterfield, and Jean DeWitt. Row 2: Gary Hill, Georgia Clinkenbread, Christina M K Chris Javalis Susan Crastina, Robert Kieninger, and Jean Montfoort, Rover 3: John Eddy, Bob Seck- C GY, 1 anger Dolores Hummer John Finger, Marrorie Upshaw, Lorretta Lovell, Helena Spice, and Gretchen Pfuetze. l Rowl4: Bruno Sprehks,lDennis Heitmann, Ted Smith, Lawrence Adkins, Tom Bradford, Kenneth Trimb e, Jim Nelson, ond Gary Wray. Missing: Jackie Darrow, Ann Geoffroy, Sharon Rector, ond Jo Riley. Q + MISS COWGER S HOMEROOM Fron1Row Tlrn Henderson Sarah Ann Peavler Ada Marte Brumley Ann Chezem Judy Owen Nancy Kelly Neva Stennrneyer and Evelyn Newman Row 2 Brenda Booth Charles Southard Kay Perry Joyce Harbaugh Elalne Ferrell Marla Garhart Ruth McCune and Wnlma Zeller Row 3 James Klesath Jennie Mayer Jeanette Van Brunt Norman Goodman Erland Johnson David Fusher Phrl Wheeler and Mary Ann Cole Row 4 Robert Parchman Raydell Clark Larry Lantrs Gary Revelle Jlm Vallas Harry Bowen Myron Anderson Larry Slawson and Larry Starbuck DAVENPORT S HOMEROOM Front Row Emma Jo Perry Shnrley Burress Charlene Black Doreen Toa Beverly Doherty Cynthla Glbson Pat Humphrey and John Wrllrams Row 2 Vrrgnnla Carney Cleve and Wakes Roger Lewts Thomas Young Don Colhouer Norma McGurre Monuca Orttz and Janlce Cook Row 3 Gary Stovall Raymond Frye Terry Halstead Barbara Rowland Juanuta Mellenbruch Sheula We ge e Mary Foots and Leslue Davus Row 4 Ed Thornton Tom Mcliown Steve Parker Bob Sallman Laura Pracht Larry May George Butler and Barry Gentry Mlsslng Donald Arganbrrght and Vrrgrnra Vale cz K MISS DRURYS HOMEROOM Front Row Prscrlta Crrbbs Jantce McMrllan Susan Blake Kay Rauney Wanda Glngrlch Ronald Dodson and Paul Moreland Row 2 Judy Calrhan Judy Gately Carol Pettvt Bonnre Jean Wllluams Sharon Morand Jan ce Edwards and Elsle Pe ez Row 3 June Ma tln Geraldine Locke Jerome Calloway Sh ron Eldten James Aboott Mary Al ce Jones Steve Harper nd Jrrn Mrllburn Row 4 Andy Hansen Ste e Scott Lor y Wyrne Davld Long Larry Pr gsman Rlchard G eenlee Dennts MCNEWEY and Lloyd ee Messing Lea H s.: MR FINK S HOMEROOM Front Row Vnctorna Ramos Judy Laldler Betty Lou Rosenlund Vnrgmua Crook Vana Lou Reade Barbara Glanvrlle and Carole Tumble Row 2 Carolyn Leslue Ann Curry Leota c mud' Rannue Zumga Jerry Waldschmndt Fern Morford and Barbara Neeley Row3 Lyle Rahmeuer Jon Yeager Robert Harbour Marguerste Standley Carolyn Grant James McNeal and Vernon Jarmson Row 4 Richard Kluewer Gary Steele Davud Sloyer Charles Lmgo Glenn Dodd Wnllnam Ferst Charles Fllger and James Avery Mlssmg Clrnton Caskey MISS FINLEY S HOMEROOM Front Row Shnrley Murray Gerladrne Holmes Natalie Ortnz Nancy Steven son Vnrglnua Duran Carol Carter Duane Reamon and Karen Nlncehelser Row 2 James Fruuts Vrrgunna Patterson Joe Anderson Joe Mendez Kay Drake Judy Workman Edra Cox Bonnue Weathers and Damel Escobar Row 3 Ralph Hartner Larrue Bates Ruth Glendenlng Davld Gruffnn Larry Logan Jack Tipton and Fred Smnth Row 4 Roger Larson Larry Steunbrunk Charles Reed Terry Davls Gene Barley Argell Jantzen and Thomas Weddle Missing Cyrene Sawyer ' fs: ALM. MRS GREER S HOMEROOM Front Row Shlrley Pierce Sharon Spivey Barbara Brown Jacquelune Earl Patty Ruchardson Sharon Conley Genevleve Romero and Ellen Denzler Row 2 Judy Sheppard Shirley Myer Elalne Woods Nancle Reid Bob Johnston Wayne Gerdes and Bob Bolan Row 3 Ruth Holmes Leona Scales John Swan Norma Heclrel Jacque Zlrkle Joe Carson Herbert Wulson and George Rhodes Row 4. Larry Mumford Jay DeGraff Barbara Dryer, Barry Bray Bob Archubald Kurt Henry Elrzabeth Gray Larry Lauber and Gene Baker. 'Ni MISS HERRICK S HOMEROOM Front Row Janlce Kelly Vlrgnlune Flsher Velma Phxlllps Carol Wlsernan Marnlyn Heath Patrucuo Newman and Onetla Hngglnbotham Row 2 Esther Green Betty Beckwith Patrncua Byrne Charlotte Hutt Dall Eden Mary Lou Tabor and John Hnebert Row 3 James De Moss Robert Guth ne Davud Ball Mary Schuster Linda Coons Hayden St John and Gary Newman Row 4 Ben Wesley Make Locke Richard Manton Tom Boyd Eldon Tlchenor J D Barger Wulluam Auld and Rlcky Johnson Mlsslng Wlllnam Dunford Fldel Garcla Joan Helm and Beverly Robinson 4 MR HINDE S HOMEROOM Front Row Mary Baker Wlmfred Smith Judy Rxdgewcy Sharon Harrington Teny Von Wolff Barbara Gough and Lorelel Sllversmuth Row 2 Jo Ellen Jackson Patty Elbert Gary Sherrer Connne Smith Sharon Straut La Verne Bruce and Barbara Frlend Row 3 Gary Peterson Paul Wulson Kurt Hoffman Charles Btllmgton Ann Hubbard Karen Chrnstenson and Shlrley Robinson Row 4 Socorro Ortlz Larry Hulbert Gary Jenklns Bob Meyer Glenn Rogers John Sawyer Paul Hall and Larry Dlllard Mlssmg Gordon Allure and Ruth Woollard :vw tl L4 MISS HOPKINS HOMEROOM Front Row Davld Holmes Barbara Rnggm Judy Coffman Judith Pullnam Betty Crable Charlotte Counts Barbara Frakes and Mary Gomez Row 2 Sondra Bmney Janet Barnett Mary Jane Greeve Emlly Smrha Jean Stowell Llnda Hughes Duck Reamon and Veon Gurss Row 3 Janet Ellls Mary Louuse Kelley Albert Betsworth Patrlcua Campbell Ruth Scales Wvlllam Markley and Gary Lambert Row 4 Mary Mayer Earl Nogels Roger Wnlluams Muke Blolsdell Davld Roe James Schwartz and James Skmner Missing Evelyn Torrez .L -r ps MRS KINGMAN S HOMEROOM Front Row Jane Hagewood Sharon Eshom Phyllrs Battey Lrncla Stalter Carolyn Thompson Anna Marne Alelos Anita Desormlers and Judy Lane Row 2 Duck Smuth Joyce Wremck Gary Hunslcker Gary Coates Dorothy Sams Duane Hawver and Joyce Kerle Row 3 Douglas i Pruce Barbara Freer Judy Robrnson Muke Bryan Darlene Copp Penny Purnell Gary Rogers and Bob Berroth Row 4 Pete Woodward John Jones Hank Halseth Clark Brooks Larry Muller Torn Garner Ron me Rowland and Fred Dumas Mlsslng Jay Scott 'U ind MRS LlNGO S HOMEROOM Front Row Jenufer Schmudt Coralee Mutlawskl Sharon Smrth Vera Jayne Brewer Sue Cross Charlotte Godfrey and Ann Marte Hagluna Row 2 Susan Kohl Can Polrner Leta Grnffun Judy Wrlght Barbara Jordan John Harper and Judy Stlcher Row 3 Toody Rarnnrez Georl Man nung John Basule Joyce Ratllff Sud Johnson Joe Seyler and Marcna Pounter Row 4 Kenneth Carlson Joe Hurnerlckhouse Davld Caldwell Owen Quuck Tom Jackson Roger Lund and Nolan Trower MISSINQ Barbara Bennett Nelson Boyd Sllas Flemlng and letta Lee Hunes W U 2.A MISS LOOMIS HOMEROOM Front Row Sandra Oluver Judy Stuenkel Shnrley Ross Sharon Korte Susan Berkebule Betty Kennlson and Lula Cleland Row 2 Bob Kemper Charlene Carroll Steve Wllson Donna McElroy Vlna Goebel Bonnle Hollenbeck Robert Jameson and Mary Crowder Row 3 Ronney Marsh Charlene Muller Sam Lux Sandra Schoenfeldt Bob Frrtton Don Bnnney and Pearlme Smnth Row 4 Larry Harrus Rrchard Langdon Gerald Ralmey Larry Carlson Corky Yocum Donald Shockley Monte Weddle and James Waddell MR MONTES HOMEROOM FIDE' Row Maxlrno Mendoza Arlena Wnllnarns Karolyn Anderson Carolyn Benge Jean Allnson Kay Swanson and Mary Ann Pearce Row 2 Geraldme Reeb Ann Hoover Norrna Edwards Rrchard Roberts Sylvra Crowder Glenn Chalmers Marcua Messrck and Larry Foster Row 3 Cynlhla Rlce Jack Lund Carolyn Krall Barbara Seeley Neal Wagner Wallace Turner Karel Keller and Dayld Hawklns Row 4 Dayud Mclilrn Francls Scheck Dennis Gardner Ralph Knlghl Larry Carr Ben Wy song Rrchard Booher Paul Slrnmons and Sarn Jackson M S Sllgar Davis HOYER S HOMEROOM Fron! Row Alfonso Gonzales Nancy Relcherler Marilyn Alland Lylene Nellle Smulh Barbara Hlsey and Larry Leamer Row 2 Edelyn Lambolf Vlrgnnla Wulson Mnmr Carol Morgan Sylvla Swogger Eldune Scofueld Sylvra Langton and Loderna Burgen Row 3 Ra rnona Hudson Donna Barr Larry Young Fred Jones Mickey Munoz Barbara Berry and Shirley Chase Row 4 Jam Lauck Maurlce Monnunger Wlllrarn Keelrng Wayne Smlfh Bob Chraslensen Tony Comfort Calynn Wolfe and Kenneth Heer MR WALKER S HOMEROOM Froni Row Judy Rncnards Vrrgrnra VonRlesen Judy Benns Cynrhra Barranco Barbara Kernble Parry Sreele and Erma Jackson Row 2 Marcua Nelson Judy Chrlgren Carole Light Don Mar Jock Qurefl, Joe Gonzales, and Harold Bell Row 3 Karen Schurler, Donald Adknns,Lynda Dells Drck Taylor, Madelrene Lundgren, Vrrgrnla Cook, and Peggy Woodard. Row 4: Eugene Cook, Harley Hol- 'nes Joe Cleland, Deanna Maunes, George Wrnre Lee Barnes, Torn Allen, and Charlre Crank. Missing: Ronald Rarnsey MRS WOLFE S HOMEROOM Front Row Marne Wllson Barbara Beach Thelma Lawson Peggy Martln Judy McCall and Jacklm Muller Row 2 Ernest Mullln Phyllls Scheuermann Verna Hack Patrlcla Ternll Halle Nneman Larry Smtth and Edward Horton Row 3 Rod Steves Frances Woodson Rlchard Marshall Duane Devnne Karen Rnchel Byron Shaver and Davtd Haney Row 4 Franklln Corrnck Stephen Whtte James Alexander Joseph Dugan Davnd Dunford Gordon Thomson and Ronald Rush Missing Louuse Kftts Januce Claepfnl and Evelyn Bass MRS WOODWARDS HOMEROOM Front Row Dorothy Burlew Carol Noble Peggy Thornburg Nancy Boley Patty Erwun Mary Merchant and Ruth Ford Row 2 Suzanne Shultz Linda Beeman Kay Coleman Mary Manley Sandra Hogle Brenda Wunkelman and Donald Lake Row 3 Carol l-lyle Barry Smnth Da leen Rustman Donald Crutchfueld Paul lngemonson Bob Barnard and Delores Lundsey Row 4 Clnfford Hansel James Nyman Raymond Merrick Tom Vesper John McCartney David Ebel Bull Remmers Orvus Wllcox and Bob Summans Missing Duane Acord NEW STUDENTS Front Row Marnlyn Mounger Marlon Gates Barbara Leech Madellne Fritz Jo Anne Hershberg Jessue Wulluorns Paul Conn and Jsrn Baer Row 2 Dean Crane Robert Shoup Davnd Roach Don Sundell Bob Guncher and John Runyon fxy- XJ WJ fl mc 31 f M .--- Mxukmy ' M lk ji I 5, wr K 1 ,1 K 2 I I Q 1 aw xxx? L I fri? I Q ,Q A V Mr . ,W 7 ff 'fi , X I-i J gijbf- f f gf W nl L gl M-.E , , E5 X , 4 ' ' X ! , ,I , l 1 1 1: M 4 fi: ' , ' i4 I V! I ws- L, A ' ff ,Q ' 4' 'H 1 K 'PX f f f -x 1 3 M ' ' fl M ,iz "Z 'if' J 'fi n,,f"L ' Egfr WM Q2 'tt l I Q gg .fllggil In the shodo of the Tower In the closse hour on hour Sclence moth recreotlonol English business ond vocotlonol Molors minors teochlng ylelds lntormotlon In oll fields Knowledge comes In these compartments Take your cholce of Troy s DEPARTMENTS' ctw ffl. W f NA f-Q V lm -M., , in- ' , L Q jf rl my ' V l f A X X I s X Q V!! X! ,, If E ,M f j nf I -T ii' ,-I ,I 7 , f ge, 'T --X ' 123 pls I Q?--+.,, W? . Q I ., E. J 'SX f f f E V A " f lf W fa! ' SW, T 5 ll? f 1 1' E . I I . . I . I . . I . I . . MRS. FAYEBEN WOLFE Head of Art Department Mr. Nelson hoped that Janet Eggleston would come to life on the sketching boards. WWW. aww Mr Q Art Classes Deve The Art Department, consisting of the painting and drawing classes, art crafts, and window display, buzzed with activity six hours each day. Scores of Troians spent many profitable hours developing their skills in Topeka High's "Greenwich Vil- lage" under the able guidance of Mrs. Fayeben Wolfe and Mr. Harry Nelson. Drawing and painting classes concentrated on learning techniques and developing individual styles, but they also found time to experiment with figure sketching, textile proiects, and silk screening. This year for the first time, students were asked op Talents, Skills to display their work in the Topeka High Art Gallery, and eleven Troians were honored in this way, at a tea and a regular gal- lery showing. ln art crafts, the students designed jewelry, using different shapes and cuts of stones, made bowls and candlesticks of me- tal, tooled leather, and did chip carving on trays and boxes. Weaving was a venture for advanced students. Among the pro- jects for the window display class was the planning and build- ing of the set for the window in the front hall advertising the All-School Party. Between classes many Troians availed themselves of the opportunity to see student Bob Price and Sherry Reed were Mrs. and professional art displays. Above rs a part of the gallery during a student showing Wolfes most experienced weavers. 78 -Q i . 'a ., T - Not what makes it tick but what makes it run Sawdust flew and pine and maple boards became fine furniture as Mr. Nuzman along the highway was learned by David Haw- guided his amateur woodworkers. kins and Glen Dodd. M ' Q Zcwfzamalwm Industrial Arts Open New Interests The courses taught in the Industrial Arts Department, headed by Mr. Loren Nuzman, helped to serve as a basis for boys going into trade school. Because of the varied subiects taught, those wishing to specialize in one particular field could do so. Mechanical drawing provided a background for those boys who were interested in an engineering vocation. The funda- mental operations ofthe basic machines of modern industry were taught in machine shop. For those who wanted to develop a skill in woodworking, this class proved very profitable. Students in auto mechanics gained a working knowledge of modern automobiles. For those wishing to learn to drive, a course in driver's education was offered. Radio gave boys an opportunity to study radio theory, as well as a knowledge of servicing radios, To acquaint boys with the many uses of electricity in modern living, a course in elec- tricity was taught. LOREN NUZMAN Head of Industrial Art Department The Little Giant rolled when Mr. Gilbert's boys rgn off fhe weekly WMU, lRightl Theres always music or a TV program in Mr. Shoyer's radio classes. The stage craft classes designed, constructed, paintecl,and installed all of the props for plays, parties, musicals, and as- semblies. Besides printing the THS WORLD and all THS pro- grams, the printing class did work for the whole school system. Did the tallest angel or Rex Polter put the star on top of the Christmas tree,wondered Richard Bergen ofthe stage- craft class. 1 lAbovel Figures reflected in the wall and a tall tree by the fireplace made the library an especially inviting place for study during December. lRightl "A living example teaches more than a book", was the belief of the Journalism class after hearing Mr. George Mack gave a demonstration interview with Leon Kotoyantz. vfwmh sw, ,cm Ml JW lRightl "I move' '... said Catherine Hardouin as Bonnie Becker raps for the attention of the Speech Training class and Norman Schiesser takes the minutes. 5 su 23 MARY HOPKINS Head of English Department English Stresses Communication Art Under the supervision of Miss Hopkins, the English Depart- ment sponsored such activities as the celebration of Book Week, and the essay and poetry contests. The Tower Guide, publica- tion of the English Department, greeted all sophomores and was used throughout the three years at THS. This year it was re- edited, a yellow cover replacing the gray, and sections on sug- added. ag orwiyl-Q STUDENT ASSISTANT LIBRARY COUNCIL. Sitting: Elaine Orr, Linda Hughes, Joyce Wright, Halle Nieman, Lois Barge, Phyllis Scheuermann, and Fannie Comer. Row Two: Sharon Bennett, Virginia Carney, Betsy OiHara, Carole Light, Sylvia Langton, Virginia Ashley, Doro- thy Peery, and Donna Aten. Row Three: Joyce Harbaugh, Dave Mohler, Phil Wheeler, Merrill McCall, Lee Moege, John Dutt, Jay McReynolds, and Jon Eicholtz. Missing: Patricia Byrne, Kay Charles, Kay Drake, Virgiline Fisher, Mary Foots, Bob Fritton, David Holmes, John Horton, Ruth McCune, Carol Morgan, Sara Jane Pearman, Sarah Peavler, Elizabeth Prater, Marie Ramirez, and Marguerite Standley. Sitting: Peggy Thornburg, Gracia Hansen, Sandra Schoenfeldt, Madeliene Lundgren, Sally Ossian, Sheila Crossley, and June Myers. Row Two: Phyllis Battey, Priscilla Cribbs, Hazel Athan, Faye Huffman, Mina Flowers, Pat Rozema, Nancy Kibler, Teny Van Wolff, and Kay Swanson. Row Three: Joyce McKethen, Karen Richel, Mary Mayer, Barbara Freer, Tom Jackson, Mary Edberg, David Dunford, Judy Sticher, Betsy Gray, Marcia Poin- ter, and Judy Calihan. gested nonfiction, footnotes, and a map of the library were The purpose of the various English classes was to learn to read, write, speak, and listen. Thus, Trojans studied literature, wrote essays, made oral reports, and listened to the class dis- cussions. Journalism was offered for those wanting to learn to write in the modern style. Those interested in dra- matics took speech training, play production, and parliamentary procedure. In addition, for students wanting special instruction in improving their writing, a creative writing class was offered by Miss Mabel Fry. The library and the English Department went hand in hand. Here students found not only the clas- sics and contemporary literature for reading, but all types of reference books and current publications. A group of student library assistants who aided in library service was the SAL Council. The Council was composed of forty-two Troians who immeasur- ably assisted the librarians, Miss Lois Fergus, Miss Jean Robertson, and Mrs. Naomi Cowger. Perform- ing their duties by rotation in six posts of duty during the semester, the SA's learned to make better use of the library for themselves and for those whom they served. Q faqa' ,7 ,fy I. .H ,N When the algebra classes were studying logarithms, Mrs. King man often used the whole blackboard to explain one problem A fellow student offers assistance to student who is explaining a geometric theorem. Study of Digits Develops Reasoning From the fundamentals of algebra to the complex logari- thms of trigonometry, math offered students many answers to everyday problems. lts principlesiare used in all walks of life. The subjects taught in this department helped students to ac- quire a power of reasoning and helped them to realize the im- portance of accuracy and efficiency. The courses offered were algebra, plane geometry, solid geometry, advanced algebra, and trigonometry. ln the beginning algebra classes, Troians learned how to write equations and the principles of factoring. The advanced algebra classes opened a broader field in math as they branched off into the study of progressions and logarithms. Plane geometry helped students to use their ability to rea' son. This subiect dealt with the relationships existing between BERNICE BOYLES Head of Math Department plane figures. In solid geometry, pupils studied the surfaces and volumes of three-dimensional figures. Trigonometry was one of the most advanced classes taught in Topeka High. Many formulas and laws were learned that would help students in future math vocations. This year a Math Club was organized by the senior math classes. Through discussions, demonstrations,and proiects, these advanced students studied the field of higher mathematics. The club sent representatives to the Science and Math Day at Law- rence to get ideas for proiects which they entered in the Science Fair in April. The officers heading the club were: Peter Caldwell, president, Roger Saut, vice-president, and Dave Pellett, secre- tary- treasurer. Miss Bernice Boyles was the faculty sponsor. l -rf 4 la MATH CLUB. Front Row: Jacqueline Boal, Sue Hiebert, Jane Crow, Carol Owen, and Jane Chalmers, Row 2: Roger Noble, Roger Saut, Fritzie Steele, Dick Mathes, Jim Wallace, and Noel Scrivner. Row 3: Larry Heath, Bob Floyd, Jim Haines, Pete Caldwell, David Pellett, and Dan Lundgren. Mining: Carol Foul, coner, Charles Halle, Carmen Kilgore, Donna Lamb, Dennis Lauer, Duane McCarter, Alice Peele, and Jim Starr. 81 SCIENCE CLUB. Sitting: Randy McCormick, Mike Marlin, David Pellett, Jim Haines,Tom Coffelt, George Ashworth, and Jud Stone Row 2: Faye Huffman, Sue Reavis, Nancy Dixon, Janis Barry, Sue Hiebert, Sandra 7 Canfield, Louella Avers, Jenifer Schmidt. Row 3: Noel Scrivner, Richard Dieckman, Sid Johnson, Fritzie Steele, Carol Owen, Roger Noble, and Ronnie Davis, Row 4: Robert Jameson, David Ebel, Larry Simmons, Dale Yenzer, Ronald Pettiiohn, Dick Matthes, Sam Lux, Hershell Tkatch, Dennis Lauer, John Dickman, and Gary Flickinger. 0 CLARENCE MULLENIX Head of Science Department 4 Al ii' Eb: wil l X . ,H . In SCIENCE CLUB. Sitting: Elaine Williams, Janet Juneau, Virginia Smith, Sunny Robertson, Judy Owen, Ruth Glendening, Joanne Taylor, and Colene Henson. Row 2: Max Reams, Ronald Belcher, Jim Starr, Robert Steinmeyer, Phyllis Scheuermann, Charlotte Stryker, Sue Campbell, Travies Berryman, Cherie La Erornboise, and Alice Peele. Row 3: Larry Harris, Norman Noe, Pete Caldwell, Roger Saut, Sally Carnahan, Bill Nie- man, Adrienne Britt, Steve Freiberg, Jack Ostrode, and John McCabe. Pwfwa Z pm Mem Sciences Stimulate Interest, Accuracy From the first earthworm dissected in biology to the last unknown determined in chemistry, the students whose interests were in science found a stimulating and varied course of study. Boys intending to have an engineering future found such sub- iects as physics and chemistry, other students hoping for a ca- reer in medicine enioyed the biological sciences. A Science Club was organized last year for the benefit of those students who had ci desire to do extra-curricular work in the sciences. With Noel Scrivner as president and Mr. J. W. Jones as sponsor, the club continued with enthusiasm this year. One feature was a trip to Kansas University for the Science- th the radiu or ulna? Ed Alberg asks Ollie Rucker and Linda Larson members of Miss Phillips phy siology class Six A M came very early but Mr Ellithorpe found that the early bird determined the chemical reactions Math Day, where students got ideas on projects for the Science Fair in April, The Science Department, headed by Mr. Clarence Mul- lenix, determined the winner of the Bausch and Lomb award presented yearly to the most outstanding science senior at To- peka High. This department included some of the most difficult subiects to teach and understand, involving the use of expensive equipment. But, being one of the most rewarding fields, it en- abled teachers to open doors to new and better horizons in a scientific world. l?h pn Miss Hutchison explained to her botany class that disease had cut short the life of the elm and it was no longer "for the birds." It was a pretty special oc- casion when Carolyn Hol- brook and Alberta Havely were privileged to use the lace table cloth, crystal, and china of the model apart- ment. Miss Loomis class members began work on holiday cen- terpieces early in December. . i -5 :.' 'Nl , '. '1- College and career e wardrobes were com- pleted in Miss Weiss- beck's tailoring classes. KATHERINE TUCKER Head of Home Economics Department fwmq 47 fm ifre anime Home Economics Produces Homemakers The Topeka High Home Economics Department provided a wide variety of courses covering all phases of homemaking. Classes such as home management, home nursing and child de- velopment, social living, home decoration, and textiles, as well as clothing and foods were included in the program. Home economics trained pupils in those skills, values, attitudes, and appreciations essential to successful and happy home living. The Trojan Future Homemakers Club, under the name of Trohoma, used the idea of "Stepping Stones to Happiness" during the year's work. The motto this year was "Toward New Hori- zons". The club's major project was a field trip to Kansas City, where the girls visited a dress factory, At the regular monthly meetings of the club, many interesting speakers gave talks and demonstrations on some of the important phases of homemaking. The officers of the organization were: president, Colene Henson, vice-president, Joyce Harmon: secretary, Janet Simpson, trea- surer, Lucy Jones, historian, Barbara Brown, song leader, Cherie La Fromboise. Miss Annette Weissbeck was the faculty adviser for the club. TROHOMA. iBelowl Sitting: Cherie Lalfromboise, Lucy Jones, Colene Henson, Joyce Harmon, Barbara Brown, Janet Simpson, and Sally Carnahan. Row 2: Jacque Zirkle, Patty Daugherty, Holle Nieman, Kay TROHOMA. tllightj Sitting: Colleen Henderson, Nancy Hackett, Judy Berry, Charlotte Clement, Doris Binger, Louise Weller, Becky Grantham, and .lan Lundgren. Row 2: Violet Boley, Jane Chalmers, Joanne Taylor, Carole Mc- Junkins, Lila Atkinson, Beverly Baird, Kathryn Smrha, and Barbara Barnett. Row 3: Deanna Allen, Beverly Adkins, Joyce Myers, Nancy Boley, Pearl Brower, Marilyn Brandon, Alberta Havely, Charlene Oroke, Pat Rozema, Virginia Davies, and Annette Fluke. Row 4: Mary Jane Crow, Patsy Kelly, Lynne Martin, Judy Gifford, Delores Spetter, Doro- thy Burlew, Nancy Atkinson, and Sally Mack. Missing: Diane Pugh, Shelby Reaugh, Joan Rowles, Sonnie Smith, Grace Sawyer, and Joyce Wright. Swanson, Renae Rafter, Karon Olson, Karen Fry, Wan- da Petefish, and Connie Smith, Row 3: Charlotte Goodin, Diane Devine, Sandra Freienmuth, Ann Rhodes, Judy Cullen, Jane Etnyre, Martha Diepen- brack, Kay Vincent, and Janis Barry. Missing: Bonnie Becker, Jane Beshears, Vicki Bryan, Jesse Brice, Grace Burbridge, Sheila Crossley, Joan French, Barbara Gen- try, Martha Hernandez, Nancy Jennings, Donna Mc- Elroy, Maren Poynter, and Joyce Papenhausen, 83 4411 Then due Nero says the Sefvom Sld Johnson G5 he Sfcbs hrs mos FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS Nadine Harrrson Janet Juneau Marnanne Mar ter Jack Bunds Nero s soldrers Sam Lux Roger Larson and Barry Sltflll NOUCY KOY Und Sleve F'e'dbe'9 B t h ray wa c wnth bloody enthusrasurn 71,W1e 16 MSM14 Study of French, Latm and Spam h Sante Null A Mrnurt Noche de Taz Noche de Amon Sllens Nox Sancta N ox echoed through the language wrng durrng the annual Chrnstmas song fest SPANlSH CLUB OF FICERS Front Row Pa sy Patterson Hayden St Johw Marlyn Senne Betty Perry Else Perez Loreta Guerrero and Ear ene P erce Row 2 ewnett Da e Heath Sue Colerna J1 et Mann JGrrlC6 Tren S byl Rose Marco B o and Joy C: d tete Row3 lack Shutt Pcha s ark Broo s c Qqgf 84 In the words of the rmmortal Caesar Venc, vmdc, wc: , the language students came unto the department naw the pOSSlbllIlleS and conquelled the Interest of the students who greeted you wnth Pauley voua fnancam7 ' or Como esta muted? 'to the Latm scholars who spouted allaa eat omma dwcaa an pantea tnea thus depart ment offered invaluable knowledge and background for the world crtlzens of tomorrow Even those who would never venture abroad found an ever faithful conversatlon pnece damentals of the language but also an lnsrght unto the peoples of the world and clvalrzatlons ofthe past No stu dent could deny that he felt a sense of supernorrty rn benng able to conrugate an Irregular verb or decline a noun and It was fun to be able to read the foreign phrases that continually popped up an novels Xi ,. l ' ' . .. L R, . I V ' , ' , 1 - Q: ? 1 f e XXL.: ' ' l , 1 ,Y ' , J ll 1 4 1 5 Q I , , - ,, . . . , , yi I " ' 'll ' ' 1 .5 , ' ' - ,L ' 11 - 1 A -1 Q ' - ll I ' ' I s W Ilq ll, - M K - D . , ,4 J ', ' ' The study of language gave not only the basic fun- L I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 L h ' . i - 1 r I . ' L 1 ' r N Q . - 1 , . - ' , ' ' . l r : .2 f , - . ., S'e1e B r , v ' rl, 5 in L L X . ' 9 . der r , r ' x 5 - ' . r .cn ce la F 5 F f , , . y . 3 r . , , Q , Ja"e't Vrncenr r rd , Mr 'wer Cl lc . Vrrgrl Lenrrtverr arrl Ed Altverg r f 1'- MRS. HELEN SUTHERIN Head of Language Department LATIN CLUB OFFICERS Front Row: Peggy Martin, Judy Bettis, loan French, and Bev Elliott. Row 2: Charles Buffon, Janice Kelly, V. O. Weese, Mary Knight, and Virginia Srnith Row 3: Mike Blaisdell, Larrie Bates, Barry Bray, Bob Christensen, Pete Woodward, Dennis Kelly, and Roy Boley. Missing: Mickey Byers, Charles Kiger, Torn Reeder, Jackie Richardson, Wayne Smith, and Sylvia Swogger Help In Breaking Language Barrier With the organization of the Spanish Club this year, a club sponsored by each language was made available to students enrolled in the Language Department. The activities of these clubs were many and varied. Both the Latin and French Clubs entered floats in the Homecoming parade with the French float X copping first prize and the Latin Club taking second place. The N main proiect of the Spanish Club was the planning of a trip to Mexico which several second year students would take in the summer, accompained by Mr. Joseph Montes, the club sponsor. The Latin Club attended the state Latin convention at Wyandotte, where V. G. Weese, a Topeka member, was elected president for the coming year. Sponsoring the clubs were Mr. Jerry O'- Sullivan, French Club, and Mrs. Helen Sutherin, Latin Club. Climaxing the years tri-club activities was the annual Language Banquet. Members of each class pooled imagination, ingenuity, and talent to produce skits woven around their speci- alty. The French Club's theme used the reincarnation of Bridey Memdmmmwspomsh CMU Sme O, The Language Murphy, and the Latin Club did the "Twelve Labors of Her- Bonquef culesh. A takeoff on Bizets "Carmen" was one of the Spanish Murphy, and the Latin Club did the "Twelve Labors of Hercules". A takeoff on Bizets "Carmen" was one of the Spanish Clubs contributions. The Moulin Rouge Dancers- lanet Juneau, Sunny Robert- son, Alicia Laing, Trish Bowen, Glenda Price, Nadine Har- rison, Karon Olson, and Bar- bie Howard. 85 0639 CHOIR Front Row: Julie Walker Bonnie Becker, Shelby Reaugh, Margaret Herr Marilyn Serfne, Kay Lindsay, Mary Edberg, Kathy Schmid, Lucy Thacher, Judy Finley Nancy Kibler, Nancy Dixon, Mary Norris, Linda Larson, Marilyn Gresser and Mr Fly Row 2: Sibyl Rose, Marcia Brown, Barbara Hodges, Pat Lawrence, Susan Kliewer, Nancy Kay, Joellen Senne, Sharon Rosenwald, John Swogger, Joe Guerrero, Eldon Harding, Linda Asay, Ollie Rucker, Jane Roe, Barbara Jones, and Gracia Hansen Row 3: Dave Mohler, James Murray, WM 6 Mike McKee, Joan Preston, Toian Bowser, Janice Osburn, Janice Calihan, Judy Mills, Deanna Porcitield, Mildred Tipton, Jim Ramos, Mary Carter, Charles Kiger, Eldon Tichenor, Marilyn Beaty, Karen Deeter, and Ernest Mce Clellan. Row 4: Charles Holle, Bob Stovall, Bob Jovalis, Perry Tornquist, Pete Caldwell, David Pellett, Mike Marlin, Dale Taylor, Jim Kesler, Ed Poort, Larry Schneider, Bill Brandenburg, Tom Coffelt, Jim Lisher, Jack Bunds, Marcia Miller, and Marsha Legg. Missing: J m Pantle and Hollis Tool. ,S ,D ,Eb Coptivciting Melodies of Maclrigcil , The Trojan choir, Topeka Highs largest mixed choral group, made an impressive sight in assemblies throughout the school year. Attired in their new black robes with gold stoles, they sang for church and civic organizations around Topeka and ap- peared on television. The choir, directed by Mr. Elbert Fly, specialized in religious numbers, but were equally proficient in music ot a light nature. In the spring, members ot the group took part in music festivals and contests in which they were awarded many medals and first ratings. The goal of every Troian enrolled in vocal music is to be- come o member ofthe THS madrigal singers. Only a select and talented few are chosen to be part of this a cappela group di- rected by Mr. Fly. Always being in demand, these vocalists sometimes song for several organizations in one week. Since the first madrigals were sung after dinner when the dishes had been cleared, the madrigal singers performed ata table and wore formal dress. They specialized in madrigal num- bers, part songs which originated in Italy in the l300's, but also had a wellerounded repertoier including Negro spirituals, folk songs, show tunes, and some popular numbers. MADWGALS Sitting: Mike McKee, Mary Carter, Janice Calihon, Dale Taylor, Marcia Brown, John Swog- ger, and Linda Asay Standing: Marilyn Beaty, Bob Jovalis, Mildred Tipton, Joe Guerrero, Nancy Kay, Jim Pantle, Marsha Legg, Jim Ramos, and Shelby Reaugh. Missing: Jane Roe. xi ft" cv -15.- 1 86 y-0' '-19 C. J. McKEE Head of Music Department GIRLS' SENIOR GLEE, Front Row: Kay Stromquist, Carolyn Thomas, Barbara Klemmer, Marlene Jones, Janice Carlson, Betty Johnson, Shelby Reaugh, Priscilla Cribbs, Rae Hawks, Barbara Howard, Barbara Hardman, Barbara Reeves, Mary Lou Schmidt, Sandra Coke, Janet Juneau, Georgia Anderson, Sharon Conley, and Mr. Ely. Row 2: Barbara Munoz, Earlene Knoles, Nadine Yenkey, Nancy Shepard, Nancy Kelly, Linda Osborne, Virginia Smith, Earlene Pierce, Charlotte Kentzler, Linda Hughes, Sharon Hunsicker, Loretta Nernecheck, Norma Smith, Donna Wilson, and Mina Flowers. Row 3: Beverly Elliott, Kathy Calkins, Diane Henry, Carolyn Paul, Pat New- man, Marilyn Buell, Eleanor Bigg, Dolly Purnell, Ardyce Em- mot, Sunny Robertson, Sandra Hopkins, Pat Adams, Phyllis Grover, Beverly Castle, Jane Copenhafer, Bonnie Whitaker, and Dottie Kieswetter. Row 4: Janice Dailey, Mary Bailey, Sandra Canfield, Sharon Eldien, Madeliene Lundgren, Jac- queline Newman, Glenda Price, Sally Ossian, Lynn Sanders, Lynne Martin, Doris Saut, Judy Tyler, Shirley Smith, Pat Tur- ner, Jeanell Minor, Judy Brock, Christine Tilzeyi and Marilyn Lowe. Choir, Glees Echo Throughout Troy The Girls' Senior Glee is the highest girls' vocal group at THS, Trying out in the spring, they were chosen on their ability to sight read and their tone quality. Holding class each day during fifth period, they spent many hours practicing numbers and learning music techniques. Blending their voices in all types of choral numbers, they prepared for assemblies such as those at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Although these assem- blies were in cooperation with the rest of the music department, the Girls' Senior Glee made many solo appearances. Boys' Senior Glee, the male counterpart of the Girls' Senior Glee, was also directed by Mr. Elbert Fly. Meeting every day during third hour, they acquired skill in a large number of diver- sified selections. This year they discarded their uniform of dark blue suits to step out in more typical charcoal slacks, white shirts, and aqua sweaters. Besides appearing in the usual as- semblies with the rest of the music department, the Boys' Senior Glee performed for various junior highs and sang before several civic organizations. The main activity ofthe senior glees was their part inthe annual operetta, put on by the music department. These vocal groups made up a maior part in the choruses, the invaluable background for the leading singers. I , 1 I J g Q gl I l I g 4 2 'lpn -. 5 Q Ill kr' . I J. I Q iii i I ' ' 3, 13 A ll . AA .. . I V - SENIOR BOYS' GLEE. Ffbnf ROW: Alfred Calvillo, Tom Reeder, Bob Ber- roth, Dan Ralston, Merrill McCall, Ron Walker, Marvin Schulteis, Bob Sim- mons, Gale Twining, Jack Keim, Larry Holt, Charles Wilkins, and Carl Blackwood. Row 2: Carl Twining, John Demoss, Danny Jackson, Stuart Umbarger, David Long, Gary Jenkins, Dick Matthes, John Olds, Ernest Wil- 87 son, George Butter, Sammy Jackson, and Ronald Fox Row 3: Warren Wood, Larry Harris, Sam Lux, Gene Anderson, Barry Warkintin, Bill Solt, Jim Nelson, Jack Powell, Larry May, David Slayer, Richard Mistler, Roger Larson, Larry Simmons, and Becky Grantham. MW ,am and 5 sezmm em f- Orchestra and String Ensemble FIRST VIOLINS Marylyn Smith, Concertmistress Claudia Beatty Jeanette Ferrell Dennis Lauer Margaret Herr Mary Schuster Linda Long Diana Walters Corol Dangertield Hazel Athon SECOND VIOLINS Janice Trendel, Principal Sharon Eldien Lindo Stalter Twila Henderson Gerald Nisbeth Lawrence Smith Carol Frederick Phyllis Denning Joan Helm Ernest Mullin Frances Woodson Ruth Ford Evelyn Torrez Peggy Woodard VIOLA Jean Blackburn, Principal Janice Jacques Errol Moore Judy Pulliam Barbara Cooper CELLO Marianne Marshall, Principal Karen Deeter Marvin Wiseman Janet Juneau Cynthia Hubble Evan Tonsing BASS Carol Owen, Principal Jim Haines Mina Flowers Jane Newell ORCHESTRA OFFICERS: Marianne Marshall, Dick Smith, Marylyn Smith, Sharron St. Joh Haines and Carol Owen. n, Jim Q'l!6':fn- - - - 'ati - were Bill Cooper FLUTE Pat Clark Miles Zentner PICCOLO Miles Zentner OBOE Becky Grantham CLARINET Jackie Baal Shorron St. John Stephen Little Tom Young BASSOON Jan Lundgren Robert Sallman FRENCH HORN Ernest McClellan TROMBONE Bill Fisher Gearl Manning Jim Summers TRUMPET Larry McGuire Bill Daeschner Gary Hall BARITONE Paul lngemanson TUBA Dick Smith TYMPANI Warren Wood PERCUSSION Warren Wood Brion Beattie HARP Thelma Latter Excel In Concert and in Another well-known component of the Music Department was the impressive sixty-piece orchestra under the direction of Mr. Robert Hallman. This organization furnished musical selections and background numbers for the Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter assemblies. They spent many long and hardworking hours at practice in order to provide Troy with entertainment as they played at dramatic and musical productions, vespers, and con- certs. Members ofthe orchestra attended the various music festivals where they won numerous awards. They also made many public appearances, performing over television and giving concerts for most of the junior highs. They appealed to every - Y .ATR .wi Background Music taste with their varied repertoire which consisted of lightnum- bers as well as those of a serious nature. Several ensembles composed of the best talent from dif- ferent sections of the orchestra, mode up groups of musicians which were comparable to the Madrigal singers. These played for countless civic clubs, dinners and church groups during the year besides achieving a commendable record at the festivals. The officers for the orchestra this year were: Marylyn Smith, president, Jim Haines, vice-president, Marianne Marshall, secre- tary-treasurer, Dick Smith and Sharron St..lohn, social chairmen, and Carol Owen, business manager. STRING ENSEMBLE, Marylyn Smith, Jeanette Ferrell, Carol Owen, Claudia Beatty, Linda Long, Marianne Marshall, Karen Deeter, Mary Schuster, Jean Blackburn, Errol Moore, George Neaderhiser, and Barbara Jones, 89 4-7fwLmpicccaZal'a 7n5amcfEeZQtZa 77444ff1m4Z ln Drills, Stage Performances, Band CLARINETS Sharron St. John Jackie Boal Sibyl Rose Barbara Hodges Lynn Fry John Wohltarth Steve Little Adrienne Britt Argell Jantzen Floyd King Tom Young Ann Chezem Neal Wagner Velma Soudek Phil Wheeler Marsha Painter BASS CLARINET Lynne Overmon ALTO SAXOPHONE Hershell Tkatch Harold Steves Mike Garrison Lonnie Nagels Gary Stovall TENOR SAXOPHONE Gordon Phillips Tom Allen BASSOON Jan Lundgren Robert Sallmon OBOE Becky Grantham Judy Swanson 90 FLUTES Pat Clark Donna Lamb Carol Faulconer Miles Zentner Kathy Schmid Janice Dalton Kay Hauser Janie Paramore Pat Newman David Holmes Nedele Baxley CORNETS-TRUMPETS Roger Saut Larry McGuire John Swogger Jack Bunds Marvin Stovall John McGrew Jack Shutt Gary Hall Bill Daeschner Judy Kepfield Beverly Gorrell Bob Butler Jerry Lacy Richard Kliewer Steve White Bob Cardill Jim Numan FRENCH HORN Ernest McClellan Gary Leighty Art Koehlar Joyce Wrenick Sharon Conley Joyce Meyers BARITONES Robert Faust Neil Higginbotham Ronald Faust Ruth Holt Paul lngemanson Don Shackley TROMBONES Jim Haines Stuart Umbarger John Dawson Jim.Summers Jerry Manning Barry Bray DRUMS Fred Bryant Bill Harper Edith Gordon Warren Wood TYMPAN1 Donna Billings TUBAS Dick Smith William Cooper Mike Ballard George Ashworth Charles Lingo MAJORETTES Cherie La Fromboise Louann Howard Kitty Sullivan Jan Bartley Mary Smith Violet Boley Bessie Frantz Sandra Chrastina Contributes Color, The brilliant performances ofthe ninety-piece marching band under the direction of Mr. George Neaderhiser, assisted by Mr. Robert Hallman, were always worthy of praise, as they performed at the half-time ceremonies of the football games, marched in parades, or serenaded the Homecoming royalty. The band members practiced on the parade grounds during first hour to perfect their drills. Each member learned from a dia- gram exactly where he belonged, and he followed the signal of the drum maior, Pat Clark. ? X1 l"'N r CT "' ' Q . ,FX D gf Q Q 'B-L! Y' Culture to Scene Being also a concert band, they performed for various civic groups and assemblies during the year, playing both mo- dern and classic numbers. A successful year was ended as they presented their annual spring concert. The officers leading this year's band were: Dick Smith, president, Jack Bunds, vice-president, Roger Saut, business man- ager, Janie Paramore, secretary-treasurer, and Sharron St. John and Jim Haines, social chairmen. BAND OFFICERS. Jack Bunds, Dick Smith, Beverly Correll, Donna Billings, Sharron St. John, Janie Paramore, Barbara Hodges, Jim Haines, and Roger Saut relaxed around the piano in room 207. 91 r'i'r- 'Q' CO-OP Club Front Row: Sylvia Woel- ard, Drone Ulond, Barbara Uosncw, Sue Hamilton, Wrllo Turner,Sgr1a'c Mcttox, and Rosaire McClcron Row 2: Peggy Maddern, Ramona Bourn, Marilyn Apps, Velma Bristow, K-tty Sullrvcn, Marllyn James, Donna Denzler, Nancy McKay, Karlene Wiese, Dernaus Freeman Lnao RinQey,C1rtd Mr Cggle, RETAIL SELLING CLUB Front Row: Edlth Gordon, Leila Rulon, Donna Chrlsteson, Norma Tipton, Shirley Wyman, and Mary Smith. Row 2: Sandra Hawver, Margaret Hurd, Reta l-lyle, Ula Rae Geobel, Carolyn Mitchell, and Judy Stillie Row 3: Delores Lira, Connis Keeter, Gay- la Barncord, Shirley Harrison, Judy Hunt, Darla Smith, and Yvonne Gough, Row 4: Ronnie Miller, Sharon Michael, Nadeane Ogon, Darlene Halstead, and JOHN H' KELLY Gerald Snyder Head of Business fl! cqikegmmm WMM Troian Look Toward Solid Futures "Little glamour is to be obtained from the Business Depart- ment except for the paychecks which await the students when they graduate and find labs," said Mr. John Kelly, head of this department. The work of these classes was mostly routine. The courses offered in the department included office practice, typ' ing, stenography, transcription, bookkeeping, business law, and business arithmetic. The problems of finding iobs and making out application blanks were top subjects for discussion in most of the classes. Business maiors at THS were found to be very well qualified for lobs and with their background, it was un- necessary for them to attend other business schools. Organized to meet the needs of the students who worked and did not have time toparticipate in the schools extracurricular activities was the purpose of the Topeka High Business Education Club. Under the leadership of Mr. Louis Cagle, the club met twice a month during school hours. The officers elected for the year were: president, Barbara Upshaw, vice-president, Marilyn James, secretary, Sue Hamilton, treasurer, Marlean Zeferiohn, social chairman, Sandra Mattox, and publicity chairman, Willa Turner. The purpose of the Retail Selling Club was to promote in- terest in retailing and to bring the high school students interested in this field in contact with professional retailers. Members were active in the state and national organization of the club. Lead- ing the club this year werezpresident, DonnaChristenson, secre' tary, Connie Keeter, and treasurer, Judy Hunt. Mr. Carl Nall was the faculty sponsor. Mr. Thomas room holds all types of machines used in modern of- fnces. Here he shows the mieograph to Marilyn Helms, Carol Mc- Williams and Donna Zirkle. 1 "For every debit there must be a credit", pornts out Dan Deaver in Mr. Teels bookkeeping class. Super market a la Troian style. Here, Mr. Nall s stu- dents, Darla Smith, Gayla Barncord, Bob Anderson, Gerald Snyder, and Shirley Harrison learn the cour- tesies and intricacies of retail selling. That trtps to the map wlth polnter In hand are excellentfor T mutt -in pm pountnng world locatlons or events IS demonstrated by Betty Lou Rosenland and Rnchard Marshall The truth will out IS an old saying and Sergeant Lyon of the polnce force IS beung asslsted by a Ile detector In testing Jud son Stone s reactuons ln Mr Ktstler s Psychology class MW mf gwfuow sw Mr fmmfu Social Studies Bulld Broad Hornzons Attalnlng a background In Amerucan history and a knowl edge and understandung of world problems were the goals of the THS Social Studies Department These sublects which were taught world hlstory world background American history and government contemporary American problems psychology and famnly relatuons will prove of great value to students ID the future ln world history students studied the early world clvnllzatlons and the modern world forces The course was organazed around the theme Understandlng Our World Neighbors For those Trogans who didn t fund time to take world hrstory a semester of world background was offered American hlstory which confronted all IUDIOFS dealt with the devlopment of Amerucan polutncal democracy and the for elgn and domestrc pollcles of the United States Emphasls was placed on the role ofthe Unnted States an world affairs and the relatlonshnp to world organrzatlons Amerlcan government gave students a concept of our eco nomlc social and polltlcal problems In the world today Tro gans studied the American system of government on the national state and local levels A new course Contemporary Amerncan Problems was started this year Trolans In this class discussed Issues of the day tncludlng Segregation communlsum and the farm program The purpose of the psychology classes was to lay a broad foundatlon for understanding one s self and one s relatuon shzp with others Family relations was concerned with dating courtshup mate selection and marriage as affected by per sonal trauts ROBENA PRINGLE Head of Socual Studnes Department lllustratlng reports made on malor topncs Bob Ebendorf acts out Bag Busmess and Barbara Gentry The New Deal Pat Rozema portrays Presldent Walson and Ed Al berg represents World War II 94 . I X . I X x , f ,V , at Q l - ' . , .. ., X . I 0 O 0 I I I I ' - I I I I , . , . I , I . . , - , 1 - , 1 I I ' I T I I - t Ft j'., Xkf t W GJ' f , 1 ' Ji s.JKk lillil C7 I 'sc N l..a Zta' ,lille Proud ot their accomplishments, varsity debaters Tom Wright, Gayle Askren, Alan Stanclitte, Doug Wilmore and Coach J. M. Hill exhibit their state cham- pionship trophy. TRAVELING DEBATE SQUAD. Si!- fing: Doug Wilmore, Alice Peele, Carol Faulconer, Becky Grantham, and Alan Stanclitte. Row 2: Tom Wright, Jim Pontle, Gayle Askren, X Charles Button, and Brock Spencer. cw Sw Debate Squad Earn Coveted Trophy "Resolved: that the federal government should guarantee higher education to qualified high school graduates through grants to colleges and universities." With this as their topic, the Topeka High debaters built cases, searched tor appropriate quotations to back their contentions, and formulated construc- tive and rebuttal speeches. Well-prepared, they attended num- erous tournaments, arguing the issue pro and con, in all parts ot Kansas. Starting with tournaments in Russell and Fort Scott, the varsity and novice orators racked up a commendable record, copping several trophies and scoring many victorious rounds. Crowning the season were the tirst place trophies achieved by BEGINNING DEBATE SQUAD. Sitting: Ann Geottroy, Penny Purnell, Quincalee Brown, Mary Jo Burke, Mary Lauter- bach, Alicia Laing, and Pete Woodward. Row 2: Steve Shutt, Myron Anderson, Jack Lund, Con Poirier, Gary Sher- rer, David Ebel, Larry Young, and John Hiebert. Row 3: Bob Christenson, David Cald- well, Wayne Smith, Larry Carr, Charles Crank, and Ro- ger Burgess. Missing: Kent Hayes. Tom Wright, Gayle Askren, Doug Wilmore, and Alan Stan- clitte in the state and district competitions which won Topeka High the State Championship in debate, The varsity debaters, Tom, Gayle, Doug, Alan, Carol Faulconer, Alice Peele, Charles Button, Jim Pantle, Becky Grantham, and Brock Spencer, won three third place awards and two seconds. At the novice tourn- ament in Atchison, the beginning debaters took first. Coach and sponsor ot the debaters was Mr. J. M. Hill. The twenty-tirst annual THS Debate Tournament was held here the weekend ot November nineteenth with ninety-six teams from twenty-eight schools competing. v I ,lx I I K . N' 1 ' ' stty . . -.tff , 1 J , Ha?" h lx- 'bbv' -.. id 95 This years intramural teams had as much fun picking out Qi 5 lx A their names as they did playing off their tournament. These are the Inkslingerseor maybe-theyre the Stinkers ar the "En gardelu cried the fencing master and foils clicked. A Drips or the Winter s Frogs. No, they must be the Cretins. Washburn instructor taught the art of adroit foot and hand work. Sports Program Brings Recreational A A requirement for all sophomores and new students at- tending Topeka High School for the first time is a year of physical education. Various sports were taught throughout the year, depending upon the weather. In the fall, a passer-by might have noticed several girl Robin Hoods handling bows and arrows like medieval archers in Sherwood Forest. By donning shin guards, the girls were ready to play a game of field hockey, or perhaps they learned to play soc- i' Ready! Aim! Fire! Under the direction of the City Police Department, Troian girls learned the proper care of firearms at the rifle range at headquarters. K fm, .fx lAbovel Up an Overl lAbove, vightl Boys climbing the gym ropes say they grow to be crosses between human flies and monkeys Burned hands and shins are the casualties from carelessness 96 cer instead. With chilly weather came the indoor sports, volley- ball, deck tennis, basketball, and table tennis. Junior and senior girls tak- ing physical education benefited by a semester of advanced sports, followed by one of modern dance in which they learned to express themselves through movements. The Troy Jane Board, com- posed of representatives from each physical education class, and the senior leaders, were ii Barefooted and in blue leotards, the modern dance class teaches grace and expression of mood. A L TROY JANE BOARD Front Row Dorothy Hardtng Nancy Davis Pat Humphrey Jody Crowder Luz Watts Charlene Oroke Janet Gladfelter and Deanna Allen Row 2 Marla Leuenberger Grace S nwyer Joyce Wrlght Halle Nteman Cathertne Hardou n Rodene Jennlngs Joyce Atchtson and Mary Jane Crow Mnssmg Judy Bartlett Dorothy Burlew Wallns Eden Judy Frost Margaret Longaker Sally Patterson Kay Perry Bev Pollard Mary Ramurez Janet Simpson Joyce Vorhues and Elaane Woods Interests and Be-Hers Coordination active In Intramurals and sponsored theur annual party Thelr otflcers were Luz Watts presndent Charlene Oroke vlce presldent Judy Frost secretary treasurer and Mary Jane Crow head of the pount system This year boys physical education classes partncrpated rn a wude and varued program with actrvltres rangung from football to soclal dancing On warm days they took part ID such sports as touch football soc Cer softball and track When the weather forced classes an doors basketball wrestllng handball volleyball gymnastics arttllery ball and dancrng were offered The dances were made more rnterestlng by glvlng them to comblned boys and gurls classes The Instructors were atded by a group of senior leaders These were sensors who had dns played real Interest nn physrcal educatlon Student teachers from nearby colleges also aided an the program BOYS SENIOR LEADERS Front Row Carmen Krlgore Ken Hohberg and Rex Polter Row 2 Norman Swartz Gerald Upchurch Glen Long and John Mc Grew Row 3 Ray Chrtsttan Larry Grtggs Don Wells and Ray Scheuer mann Mlssmg John Ertckson GIRLS SENIOR LEADERS Front Row Charlene Oroke Margaret Longaker Janet Gladtelter and Mary Ramtrez Row 2 Luz Watts Nancy Davis Grace Sawyer and Judy Bartlett Row 3 Rodene Jennlngs Mary Jane Crow Sally Patterson and Wallrs Eden Row 4 Joyce Vorhles Joyce Atchrson Marla Leuenberger and Bev Pollard Missing Deanna Allen and Jody Crowder 97 MOVIE PROCTORS Front Row: Nancy Ford, Mitzi Hayes, Louise Weller, and Norman Noe. Row 2: Jack Ostrode, Jim Waddell, Fritzie Steele, Dan Ralston, and Dowd Ebel. Row 3: Larry Press- man, William Feist, Larry Lauber, Bob Christenson, Larry Harris, Evan Tonsing, David Pellett, ond David Stahl. Missing: Alan Addy, Ronnie Bedell, John Dayton, Chuck Hotchkiss, Roger Larson, Jim Kesler, and Gary Schaeffer. "Up to the second floor, quickly," says Mrs Mari- lyn Pilcher as she hands Janet Viar, office proctor, a call slip to deliver. Larry Hercules assists at the files. 5 OFFICE PROCTORS. Front Row: Linda Larson, Penny Purnell, and Colene Hen- son Row 2: Sally Ossian, Ann Rhodes, Bev Pollard, and Donna Lee Lamb ROW 3: Ron Wingerson, John McCabe, Quin- colee Brown, and Larry Hercules. OFFICE PROCTORS Front Row: Linda Beeman, Judy Clark, Marcia Nelson, Ear- lene Pierce, Barbie Howard, Norma Smith, and Mimi Davis Row 2: Jan Viar, Trish Bowen, Renae Rafter Judy Tyler, Leona Lewis, Charles Kiger and Ray Glassman. Row 3: Rosie Harder, Mary Fitts, Marcia Miller, Dolly Purnell Bonnie Whitaker, George White, Gary Mills, and Bob Lewis. 1 98 - . .41 These students reel out the information! Movie proctors Evan Tonsing, Nancy Ford, and William Feist inspect one of the schools projectors. MOVIE PROCTORS. Front Row: Brock Spencer, Steve Fink, and George Rogers. Row 2: Bob Floyd, Tom Coffelt, and George Ashworth. Un JMC! When Needed Proctors Lighten Much credit is due the many proctors who demonstrated their ca' pobilities in ways which benefited Topeka High School. Without these various proctors, life at THS would not have run as smoothly as it did this year. Numerous room proctors ran errands and did odd iobs to ease the load ofthe teachers, Assisting the physical education teachers were the efficient gym proctors. Mr. Jesse Teele's faithful hall proctors helped to keep order in the halls during the lunch periods and gave "vital" in- formation to visitors and newcomers to Topeka High. Assisting the administration and office force with innumerable tasks were the proficient office proctors. These proctors ran many er- rands over the school as they distributed special bulletins, memos, and call slips. i . T LJ ROOM PROCTORS Front Row Janet Juneau Karen Davenpo t Bev Board D one Reamon Judy Muller Nancy Butterheld and Carolyn Kraft Row 2 Duane Henry Earlene Plerce Sonnle Smuth Carolyn Paul Anlta Gllhert Joellen Senne o d Marllyn Noller Row 3 Marlene Phelps Glenda Pruce Joyce Harmon Lucy Jones Charlotte Stry lcer Jam Llsher Joyce Wrlght and Mornlyn Lowe x ROOM PROCTORS Front Row Bobs Reeves Rosemary Ponrner Sherry Reed Lnndo Stalter Joan at zanne Bird Sue Cross Halle Nueman and Judy Gately Row 3 Janet Schrock Claudia Shortman Elalne Ferrell Lynda Delts Carren Wlngert Ronald Pettnohn Sharon Stwally and Marvun Renyer Job of Administrators Always ready and wllllng to help alllng students were the nurse s proctors Many Trolans gratefully accepted relief from these gurls who were under the dn rectnon of Mrs Fern Taylor Topeka Hugh s registered nurse Gther duties which they continually performed throughout the school year Included answering phone calls and carryrng call slips Nearly all THS students welcomed the sight of a movie proctor under the dlrectron of Mr Vernon Hayes On various days something special was added to the dally routme when these proc tors brought educational and entertannlng movies to the classrooms -wh, From A to Z Wanda Pete fish Nurses proctor looks through the tnles In the Nurse s OFFICE HALL PROCTORS Front Row Eleanor Begg Kay Shaner Jane Etnyre Rodene Jennings and Jamce Jaquuth Row 2 Carl Brace Al Hzggnns Ed Saylor Janus Barry and Mary Jo Haines Missing Sandra Coke Herbert Cooper Dave Curnutt Donna McElroy and Maren Poynter A1 NURSES PROCTORS Marv Iyn Atland Barbara Rnggnn Wllma Brught Wanda Pete hsh Bonme Hollenbeck Carolyn Ford Mary Lou Tabor Emlly Smrha Janet Snmpson Lorna Hayes June Martm Loretta Lovell Twula McEIwarn Cyrene Sawyer and June Robm son 99 r , , t , - X, . rt ' I Y ,- i Y , 1 . J Q ' . - I l Y A Sgt, All 17 Q g af " ' ,C -a X p of ' K: Q sf Y", v- V A 2 V l V s l French, Alberta Havely, and Joyce Gladfelter. Row 2: Sue Coleman, Karon Olslon, Katie Smrha, Su- I I R ll 'I fb f . an Q ' ' ' ' . - I - , , 4 . I . , ' v . .. W A is , . - 1 v Q . , 'F . f f l R 1 , I n ' I I 0 s 1 - 'N' . 'S .wh 5 I , Q -' ' " TOPEM TRADL SL i P, W. CHAMNESS mi Vocation Education ., Director geccwfrmq Me Zlfcwemefa af 7 Trade SchooI's Apprentices Master The Topeka Trade School, which is located at Sixth and Har- rison, is an important part of the curriculum offered at Topeka High. Under the direction of Mr. P. W. Chamness, the school of- fered to the students training in many vocational fields under the guidance of experts in these areas, and taught the practical ap- plication of trades by the use of the excellent equipment. The broad course offered included seven different subiects. These were open to eligible iuniors and seniors at Topeka High, who attended the trade school from l2:3O to 3:30 each afternoon. The program included auto mechanics, electricity, machine shop, photography, radio, printing, and welding. ln order to be eligible to attend the trade school, a boy must have completed one year of a vocational class at Topeka High, and must be planning to Charles Childress puts some finishing touches on a frame for a coffee table, and Kenny Norton looks forward to summer when his barbecue pit will be ready for use. This is experienced in welding. The outsider wonders if you put the negative in a fixer or simply fix a negative. ln photogf raphy Ronnie Bedell, Jim Hopkins, and Jim Brown learn all the answers. TOO enter this field after graduation. Every student enrolled in machine shop had a maior project of constructing a garden tractor, manufacturing everything him- self except the wheels and motor. The electrical department de- vised the machine used for testing reflexes in drivers education. Photography classes made a record in pictures of the many ac- tivities at the trade school. In the field of auto mechanics, students Nix i 3- I f'Q ' 1 .3 5 1 : Q nv- . .. ri Putting a blade on a band saw in the machine shop, Durward Baker and Bob i T Huffman prepare for their next proiect. In CMO mechon ics Leo Wyles and Jack Rice overhaul this Chevvy.lt may run sideways whenlhey finish, but they guarantee Fundamentals of Selected worked on their hot-rods, and turned out some masterpieces. The printing classes worked in the printing shop here at school, The Trade School is under federal supervision and receives aid from the government. Because of this, there are many veterans trained there also. Night classes are offered for men already on the job as apprentices, who wish to improve their skills. Vocations X Special vocational certificates were given to qualifying boys who planned to ioin the armed forces upon graduation. These allowed them to be assigned to a division in which they could continue-their vocational training. The Topeka Trade School furnishes a fine opportunity for any boy who wishes to enter any of the fields taught there. This is proved by the hun- dreds of successful alumni who have acquired fine starts in their respective occupations through their training at the school. - N -lv 7' .- ii l 5, 6 s r .gi 48-Y 5b An electric welder is checked by Ron Pettiiohn and Wesley Sneden in the electricity classes. Larry Blum and Allan Broclcmeier ex- amine a car radio as a project in their course on radio building and re- pairing. 101 i-"-r-NX tk ki Y X if , 'N 'xl Even wlth the new sound deadening on the celling the cafeteria was a buzzing eefwfzescwr W Cu toclial and Cafeteria Personnel hive of actlvlty for nearly two hours each day A modern convenience - the. . .bel s carried away the cafeteria trays. Haggard and worn, the lunch line waits. Will it be Creole spaghetti or cheese fon- due? T02 A new look was inaugurated in the Topeka High cafeteria this year. During the summer, conveyor belts were installed in an unused alcove, eliminating the inconvenience of scraping trucks. The old chandeliers were also done away with and re- placed by recessed lighting, making the room considerably brighter. The noise was cut down by a new sound-absorbent ceiling. All in all, the atmosphere of the cafeteria was made much more modern,and it became a more relaxing place in which to eat. In the kitchen, the cafeteria workers performed their iobs Swell. STUDENT CAFETERIA WORKERS. Sitting: Man- lynn Baker, Carolyn Silver, Karen Martin, Linda Compton, and Sandy Hopkins, Standing: Vrrgrnra Gabe, Karen McKee, Nancy Kelly, Vrrginia Dawes, Allen Meyers, Sunny Robertson, Lucy Thacher, and Joan Hinds Missing: Jesse Bruce, Vick: Bryan, Gaul L...i Lineberry, Patsy Perry, and Ellen Roach. t nl . 'V' fu . . , gli H R I 'Tan-P' cc. CUSTODlANS. Front Row: Mrs. Maude Howey, Ted Mason, Charles Faulk, Carl Brock, Fred Steward, Earl Hoffines and Mrs Bertha Ra er Row 2' Torn Davis Clarence Hendrix David Baldwin Harald Schwindt , . y . . , , , , .locker Clean-up doy--- Wendell Wright, and Percy Phelps. Missing: Montgomery Brown, and Carl Simons. the custodian's nightmare. Serve THS in Improved Surrounding The aroma of their handiwork whetted our appetites as it f drifted up to us as we studied in our classrooms. Preparing lunch for eighteen hundred hungry people every day was no meantask. The cafeteria staff was to be commended, from Miss Eunice Youngquist, cafeteria director, through all her cooks, bakers, and tray cleaners, to the student help who added up the rea- sonable prices of our lunches and collected our money. Another group of people around THS who deserved our praise and recognition was the custodial staff. All of us who have marveled at the size of Troy can appreciate the obstacles they overcame each day to sweep the corridors and classrooms clean, dust, and empty the hundreds of wastebaskets. Not only did they keep house but they were also in charge of firingthe furnaces, making sure that all machinery was in runningorder, "' setting the stage for assemblies, and arranged thecafeteria for setting the stage for assemblies, and arranging thecafeteria for Mrs. Youngquist, cafeteria manager, and Mr. Erwin, stu- pgrtieg and vgfsifies, dent supervisor, confer over the lunch line schedule. 9 i ' B Q 9 ' ' K ev - . ? 4 if F Q ml 'Q-' J- tw .1 U ,V I Ta : QI i i i i A Q U tv i - it T T 11 giiffz . f 5 . '.i ii' .. CAFETERIA WORKERS Front Row: Harold Harding, Mrs. Carroll, Mrs. Hendrichs Mrs, Baldwin, Mrs, Dicks, Mrs. Aldridge, and Mrs. Drennon. Row 2: Perry Bark ham, Pete Krammer, Mrs. Winnez, Miss Hinds, Mrs. Slease, Mrs. Witcher, Mrs. Schutter, and Ernest Owens. Rolls, steaming potatoes, desserts, and salads-all in a bird's eye view of the Trojan cafeteria. X fi! ix gy Q Nr MU QV 4 M M . ,annex xi N fm X W5 ff D' A - -A , K zx X m 5 S X . - 1 A X X X A X X Z I l R V X ' xi A x ., iff- X, S! X Q WG- xl w W X 'g NP AK ,i 7 U 1' X 2 xxx fp ,N LXVISQ xX-X X I 1, X i X K J i X I XXKAXX ' F if N A Q M ' 1 My Wx "fl ' ' ,s ' 7, I I V 7 '- Q X 'M . ' X 'V I I My was 'SE-on 6 In the shodow of The Tower Working ploymg hour on hour Government e ecflon doys More fun porfues so good ploys Trolon work mokes clubs succeed Clubs for fun To full o need Eoch occordung to his PFOCIIVIIIGS Trolons ron them well ACTIVITIES! 1 ,I , ,hd T M1 CX I V, X I I' if 1- f I I X 'ff T I I I A It I I I , I I -'II' .- I V, ll !! fl I If' . , I X , V Q -Q 'R -fr I I , I ,lv X, I 'CIA If V7 I III 1 , If I 59" I 4. f I K. wi- sl' Y .3 .WE I I Ii . I . I 1 - ' I I I - I I was 'ang- Qhhunlf w"w ' L asmrlhu l VV' Banners rorn the deluge of posters durrng the excrtement before the electron assembly Charles Brlllngton adds hrs John Henry to Judy Tyler s petrtron for electron clerk as Jane Chalmers and Vrrgrnra Smrth wart therr turns flfal' 54404 Mom flu! fm425acf hdfwbm 74 pgfllll Every able b0dIed TFOICFI partrcupated rn the electron co J ml-'Kip emu LQQIE Q :vi rum' 6 KLEPEV- '55 4555 ' nfusron 'I Durrng the thrrd week of school polrtrcs rn the form of student electrons entered the halls of Troy For one week class routrnes were drsrupted studres neglected and the ranrtors frustrated as students campargned for class and all school offrces Eye catchrng posters rngenrous cards and banners were rarned upon the publrc rn an attempt to Influence the votes Besrdes these old standbys cars on whrch slogans extollrng the merrts of therr candrdate owners had been parnted were favorrte grmmrcks Not only were these campargns good advertrsrng but the hard work rnvolved rn preparrng them drs couraged half hearted students from runnrng for offrce The prrmarres whrch were held on Wednes day narrowed the freld down to two candrdates for each posrtron The next day those students who passed the prrmarres were Introduced therr qualr frcatrons grven and therr reasons for wantrng the I i , K , V -eq A H . I . I r Il I f I I Clever Ccrmpargns Net Close esultsp , W ,,., T I A I I -- h .-, 'TN' l , ' ' r 'l , at 5 ' ' ' ' I U - ' A . . ax sz - I- - I g-'tif lt l u . 'E ., X " ,A x : r 1 L y ! TOM WRIGHT SHERRY REED Electron Commrssroner fr ,. X 1 if 1 QR is 1' r r 3' I, T 1 Guard lDan Ralstonl helps Slrppery Sue lVrrgrnra Smrthl from the Elechon Clerk depths of the rnner offrce of E B Weaver lEd Albergl as Sue s loyal supporter for Queen of the Northwest Grounds Uohn Wohlfarthl looks on swwz Q My 1 Students Garn Practrcal offrce told rn an assembly Between the rntroductron of each group of asprrants a non partrsan skrt was put on by members ofthe class shown On Frrday electron booths were set up and the general electrons took place As the electron progressed toward rts clrmax rnterest turned to the race for Presr dent of Student Congress Dark horse John Errckson appeared on the horrzon and came from behrnd to wrn thrs coveted offrce The Topeka Hrgh electrons were modeled after those of our state and were com pletely student conducted Headrng the electron board were Tom Wrrght as electron commrssroner and Sherry Reed electron clerk wrth Mrs Barbara Maller as therr fac ulty sponsor Experrence Wrth rrght hand rarsed John Errckson promrses to uphold the hrgh standards of THS as Presrdent of the Stu dent Congress As the anxrous crowd at the electron dance warted to hear the results ofthe day s votrng Eugene Nottrngham and Sandra Olrver played an accordron duet Duty falls on the shoulders of the newly elected sopho more leaders Bob Chrrstenson Sue Cross .ludy Stuenkel .loan French Marcra Nelson Barry Bray and Con Porrrer as they are sworn rn by Justrce Robert Prrce 107 X . . . O . ' I . . I I . ' f I 1 1 1 - ' - V . M gi 1 . Q U- I - ' 1 . Q 0 n A l ' 0 f n Q .. ' ci r f 2 r . T 1 .1 'L . : :ff I - - .'.'-fgz' 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .' V I -Y. 'sf JOHN ERICKSON PresIdent of Student Congress DOUG WILMORE Speaker of the House of RepresentatIves ROY BOLEY VIce presIdent of Student Congress cymesww QWAQSMW efmmesww The Nahon s Government Establlshes LeadIng the student body Student Congress performed In numerable SEFVICES carraed out Improvements and dlSCUSSEd PTBSSIDQ ISSUES throughout the year Modeled after our natIonal government wIth Student CouncIl as the upper house and Repre sentatIve CouncIl as the lower our Student Congress worked to ward government In a democratIc manner and sponsored or aIded In most of the maIn OCTIVITIBS that went on In the shadow of the Topeka Hlgh Tower Every Monday mornIng at 7 45 Student CouncIl met In the tower room to formulate and debate plans Members of the councIl consIsted of the presldent and representatIves of each class Ex OffIClO members were the presIdent of Student Con gress speaker of RCPYCSSDTOTIVC CouncIl the VICE presIdent of each class the electIon commIssIoner and clerk polItIcal edItor of the WORLD and the secretary and assIstant secretary of the poInt system PresIdIng over Student CouncIl In the offIce paral lelIng that of the VIce Presldent of the Unlted States was Roy Boley VICE presIdent of Student Congress AIdIng hIm were John ErIckson presudent TrIsh Bowen secretary FrItzre Steele attorney and Mr J M HIII sponsor The All School Chrnstmas Party a hIghlIght of the school year was under the dIrectIon of Student CouncIl as was the Offncers TraInIng Course whnch provlded valuable InstructIon for the OTTICEFS of all the organIzatIons at THS Members of Student Councll served on the commIttees responsIble for these prolects and dId a great deal toward makmg each one a success MeetIng early on Thursday mornIngs the Representatave 108 CouncIl made up of one representatIve from each homeroom and headed by speaker Doug WIlmore worked slde by sIde wIth Student CouncIl to make the Student Congress a smoothly runnIng organIzatIon PerformIng under the sponsorshlp of Mr Jerry OSullIvan they were In charge of such OCTIVITICS as HomecomIng and Queen of Courts Many prolects called for the combIned efforts of the two houses of our student government Included In these were the revIsIon of the Honor T poInt system dIrectIon of Student Congress Week and the dlSCUSSlOn of changes In the electIon rules DurIng Student Congress Week days were set OSlde for dIfferent Improvements The maIn and probably most needed more roomy but numerous lost lIbrary books were also un earthed The electIon rule change constItuted the prIme ISSUE of the year The questIon was ralsed and the motIon made that electIons should be held In the sprung Instead of the fall Debate waxed strong for months In both councIls as the sub Iects of sophomore and all school offIcer electIons were brought forth and talked over wIth the student pmmu body through the homerooms The measure was defeated only after thorough consIderatIon and exhaus lIVe dIscussIon J I I n I 1 I I , U . I . - .I . I I I I 1 ' ' I . , - , , ' ' , ' - ' proiect was that of locker cleanup. Not only were lockers made , . f 1 ' , 1 ' ' , . 7 S 0 7 . . . , , ' ' - . . . , h 0 , . . , C , . . . . I . . . ' , I f ' 1 . , . r"'1 STUDENT COUNCH.. Sitting: Con Poirier, sophomore president, Trish Bowen, Student Council secretary, Judy Stuenkel, sophomore representative, Roy Boley, vice-president of Student Congress, Marilyn Gresser, senior representative, Sue Cross, sophomore representattve, and Fritzie Steele, attorney ot Student Council Standing: Bull Taylor, Senior representative, Steve Swan, lunior presi- rl dent, Bob Christenson, sophomore representative, John Erickson, President ot Student Congress, Steve Bennett, yunior representative, and Dave Curnutt, senior president Missing: Mary Jo Burke, iunior representative, and Bev Pollard, senior representative, 'WLM Wfafzce 7cw,mfzcf flfcme, WLM Qkafmiy 67614 Nl!" Mod I for Troicm ln addition to serving the students of Topeka High, the members of Student Congress served themselves, Their experi- ences in taking responsibility, leadership, and training in gov- ernmental procedures gave them valuable knowledge that will help them be better citizens in their adult lives, lt's not a paper drive but one ot the features i li ot Student Congress week - locker-clean-out Atypical Student Council meeting finds Roy Boley presiding over a discussion of spring elections. 4' ,- L fi 155: . ,sl Q . Student Congress G11 Something new was ad- ded-picture taken while on Santas knee- thanks to the clever plan- ning ot Stu- dent Council. IO9 DFS SENIOR HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES Front Row Jane Chalmers Judy Clark Donna Webb Lots French Shirley Houck Lunda Asay Betty Perry and Karen Davenport Row Two Alan Stancllffe Janey Roe Marla Leuenberger Sharor Rosenwald Rosalyn Harder Jackte Baal Karen McKee and Mary Fttts Row Three Gayle Askren Larry Cave Doug Wrl more Bull Solt Ray Chrustuan and Jack Powell Missing Bar bara Reeves Bob Floyd Allen Oldham and Charles Halle JUNIOR HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES Front Row Nadnne Harrnson Karen Deeter Janet Srmpson Janet Schrock Carolyn Paul Annette Fluke and Mildred Trp ton Row Two Jam Pantle Dan Ralston Dowd Heath Steve Funk Januce Osborn Glenda Prlce Januce Dalton and Charles Buffon Row Three Allan Addy Bernard Carr Marsha Legg Larry Hercules Ben Kurken Brock Spencer and Charles Hotchklss MISSINQ Mary Kmght and Nancy Stamm Simba! Bama R p Councll Orgcmlzes Mcqor Events Representative Council the lower house of Topeka Hugh s Student Congress was made up of one representative elected from each homeroom Meeting every Thursday mornmg thus body worked hand In hand with Student Council to brmg about A mann Issue this year was that of sprang electrons a meas ure that would brmg about radical changes In our system of choosmg our class and all school offncers All eyes were on the reps as they drscussed the questuon and the homerooms eagerly awaited thelr report of each meeting S u. an 11 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES Front Row Carol Carter Judy Laldler Carolyn Benge Judy Bettts Teny Von Wolff and Sharon Conley Row Two Pat Humphrey Steve Whute Lnnda Coons Judy Owen Sylvla Swogger and Sharon Korte Row Three Jnm Nel son Rrchard Mlstler Davud Caldwell Pete Woodward Mlke Blaxsdell and Ray Merruck Missing Bob Cordlll Judy Gately Kay Coleman and John Yeager 110 Besides the regular business Representatuve Councll had charge of Homecoming Queen of Courts and the sale of actl vuty cards lt was often called upon to assist other organizations an thenr prolects The sale of SUNFLOWERS and student dlrec many servnces Presndung over Representative Council was Doug Wllmore as speaker Aldmg hum were Jlm Pantle vlce speaker and Sha ron Rosenwald secretary Nadine Harrlson was attendance clerk and Teny Von Wolff treasurer Procedure was kept In order by Gayle Askren attorney and Ray Chrls tnan sergeant at arms Mr Jerry O Sullivan was faculty sponsor Bob Floyd sensor guves Doug Wllmore speaker has opunlon of the sprung elec tlons question H 5 V I I , I I I , R., - , , ' ' , . , . 2 - J .' f D . ' lt ,T - Y I , . I . v , Q . , '- l x I A ' - 'lr W . . 'r lr If . I no ' A ' ' I I J C 21 T' ' ' ' ' ' I . n B. xr ' ' - , , , ,, r 2 , , . ' O O O O . . I , , . . I . , V I I Al . , - , , . constructive changes in school policy. tories, and the collection of class fees were only a few of theur , - . . I . I . . . . . I . n I - .. ., . . I , . I . , - I I - v T. " 'V ef. 11- "1 ' r J, v i, 'J U ., x .V , 5 'wtf' A 1 '. U. 5 I - 4 ' 'L A f, I . I ' . .I ,. , I I . l ,--- xt H .v - A l . ' ..". .. , - , x , I "l'll never forget that election night!" exclaimed Doug Wilmore to Girls' Sta- ters, Sharon Rosenwald and Lorna Hayes, as he looked in his memory book.Fellow Boys' Staters, Bob Dobson, Fritzie Steele, Noel Schivner, Gary Fadely, and Tom Coleman recall their exciting week. Q95 - effm .szezmfe Za fm fm Staters Learn Government Procedure For the purpose of acquainting high school students with the functions of their state governments, delegates to Boys' and Girls' State learned the importance and responsibility of each public official. With the opening moment of the first meeting began a fast-moving week of politics, government, and new friends. The girls, after arriving for a week on the campus at KU, were divided into cities and counties and immediately sprang into action. Signing petitions, spending sleepless nights, working on campaign materials, and writing speeches were evidences that elections were in full swing. Officials elected and inaugur- ated, the government began to "act", The governor delivered speeches, the legislature passed bills, and everyone was given a civic duty to perform. .0 f A Waiting for a Wichita bound trainare Boys' Staters, Tom Woodward, Gary Fadely, Tom Wright, Fritzie Steele, and Noel Scrivner. As a climax to the fun-packed week was the banquet held on the last night. lt was a thrilling night for all the girls as they were presented their Girls' State pins. This pin represented to all Girls' Staters a week of learning-learning to make new friends, learning to understand how our U. S. government func- tions, and learning what roles women play in politics. This was the Girls' State of 1955. One of the highlights of eight boys' three years at Troy was Boys' State. In June, Tom Coleman, Bob Dobson, Gary Fadely, Noel Scrivner, Fritzie Steele, Doug Wilmore, Tom Woodward, and Tom Wright migrated to Wichita North High School for a week of active participation in state government. Boys' State, directed by the American Legion, was organized to acquaint the leaders of today, and also to teach boys the meaning of the keynote of the convention: "Co-operation." The first two days manifested themselves in the excitement of elections, with every Stater taking part in the electing of state, county, and city of- ficials to serve until the close of the session. Tom Coleman was elected Sheriff of his county, Gary Fadely was elected State Treasurer, and Fritzie Steele was elected Mayor of his city. Noel Scrivner served as editor-in-chief of the "Federalist" newspaper, Doug Wilmore was appointed Executive Director of the Ad- ministrative Department, and Tom Wright served as Special Legal Advisor to the Governor. Bob Dobson was named "best citizen" of his city. After the heated elections, everyone settled down to fulfilling his task for the remainder of the week, serving in the same capacity as he would have if he had actually been an official of Kansas government. As the last day drew nigh, heralded by the Governors Ball on Friday evening, the boys began to look back upon their very memorable week of governmental instruction, hard work, and close companionship. They knew as the 19th annual Sun- flower Boys' State ended, that the friendships they had made would not end as the "State" had, but continue on for the rest of their lives. lll Q i .-..xrnrg..n: .K. cr 3"q SENIOR GIRLS' COUNCIL. Sitting: Sonnie Smith, Colene Henson, Silver, Deanna Schaeffer, and Marianne Marshall, Row 3: Lynne Sally Mack, Barbara Jones, Marilyn Gresser, Jody Crowder, and Martin, Marilyn Noller, Mary Carter, Mary McCandless and Donna Marilyn Senne. Row 2: Joan Hinds, Carolyn Elnicki, Sharyn Blanka, Lamb. Missing: Janie Paramore. Linda Larson, Sharron St, John, Nancy Kay, Joanne Taylor, Carolyn Ghwm fm 0 Z mc! Q Serving School, Community, Councils Joan Hinds dips punch forthe thirsty new stu- dents. "l'se been wondrin' what you was aimin' to do wi' dis singin' talent o' yours", MC Tom Wright quizzes Marcia Brown at the ioint Council party. Honored and thrilled to serve their class and school were those seniors elected to positions on Senior Boys' and Girls' Councils. As a demonstration of their varied abilities they worked diligently throughout the year for the betterment of their school and their community. With the assistance of Miss Annabel Pringle, the Senior Girls' Council was always willing to give its time and exhibit its talents. Greeting parents at the Sophomore Parents' Night, the girls were on hand with a friendly smile and a cheery 'thei- lo". Early in the fall the girls sponsored the "Sugar'n Spice" meeting where letters written by THS boys on their ideal girl were read and discussed. As further proof of their capabilities they ably assisted the SUNFLOWER staff in the taking of the iunior pictures, As a service to the community, members wrap- ped gifts at the State Hospital during the Christmas season. Selling tickets to the Panhellenic Style Show, which was the means of raising the money to support the Panhellenic scholar- ship winners, was another of their iobs. Hours of planning were climaxed by a successful mother-daughter tea for all senior girls in the spring, As a last duty they were hostesses at the tea in honor of their fellow classmates following vespers. Leading the Senior Girls' Council this year were four girls who alter- nated as chairmen: Colene Henson, Sally Mack, Barbara Jones, and Marilyn Gresser. "Sloppy shirt, old blue leans, dirty shoes, by all 4 1 -s means, sing Seventee- ll2 9 ners, Janet Gladfelter, Shirley Houck, Donna Webb, Linda Asay, Caro- lyn Silver, Loma Carlson, and Bonnie Becker at the party for the new stu- dents. Contributing to the success of Open House, the girls of the Senior Girls' Fifty-six rods' says Fritzie Steele as Council helped in the cafeteria. Here are Carolyn Silver, and Nancy he measures John Erickson for his cap Davis carrying trays, while Bonnie Becker, Sherry Reed, and Joellen and gown. Senne fill water glasses. Sample Some Adult Respon ibilities The Senior Boys' Council, a non-political organization under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Meyers, proved very efficient as it upheld its name as a service group. Serving as hosts at Open House and promoting Occupational Information Day, they dis- played their competence and efficiency. Members worked in- dustriously to decorate a float for the Homecoming parade. Officiating over the meetings were: president, Bill Jungmann, vice-president, Larry Griggs, and secretary, Charles Farnsworth. On many occasions both councils combined forces. Col- laborating to plan a successful student mixer,they added a new feature to THS. At Christmas time they honored the exchange students, Catherine Hardouin and Leon Kotoyantz, at a break- fast and presented each of them witha gift from the councils. They also helped Leon entertain at a party for the foreign ex- change students at Washburn. Both councils undertook the re- sponsibility of handling the sale of senior announcements. Members of Senior Boys! and Girls' Councils this year proved that they were well-qualified in their iobs and able to accept responsibility as they were valuable assets to the school. The leaders of the two senior councils, Barbara Jones, Colene Hen- son, Bill Jungmann, Miss Annabel Pringel, Mr. Kenneth Meyers, Mari- lyn Gresser, and Sally Mack hold a planning session. SENIOR BOYS COUNClL Front Row: Jirn Ramos, Lonnie Davis, Chuck Farris worth Bill Jungmann, Larry Griggs, and Roy Boley Row 2: Mr Kenneth Meyers Hollis Toal, John Stocking, Dick Barrett, Jim Painter, Jim Lisher, John Dutt and John Erickson Missing: Bob Bohannon, Mickey Byers, Gary Fadely. Brian Flack, Kent Hayes, Burrell Landes, .lack Shutt, Fritzie Steele, Pete Sumey, and Dan Wells ll3 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE COLJNCIL Front Row: Sharon Posenwald, Alicia Laing. Carolyn Paul, Jane Copenhafer, Deanna Schaeffer, Barbara Barnett, and Carol Faulconer. Row 2: Linda Asay Thelma Latter, Steve Swan, Fritzie Steele, Mary McCandless, Earlene Pierce, Grace Sawyer, and Donna Webb. Row 3: Brock Spencer, John Stocking, Charles Buffon, Doug Wilmore, Steve Bennett, Gayle Askren, Dick Ver- non, and Karen McKee Tn' AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE COUNCIL Front Row: Trish Bowen, Mary Lauterbach, Mary Carter, Sally Ossian, John Mc- Cabe, Virginia Smith, and Dan Ralston Row 2: Sally Eoose, Catherine Hordouin, Sunny Robertson, Sandy Hopkins, Linda Compton, Marilyn Noller, and Sharyn Blanka. Row 3: Kay Shiner, J rn Pantle, V G Weese, Dennis Kelty, Marla Leuenberger, Ed SayIO'. Judy Tyler, Tam Wright, Jud Stone, and Steve Friedberg Missing: Ed Alberg, Roger Burgess, Sally Carnahan, Barbara Hodges, Nancy Kay, Linda Larson, Sally Mack, Lynne Martin, Allen Meyers, Lois Pauls, Betty Perry, Patsy Perry, and Jan- ice Spicer Simfewfff 7 0 M 5 r WW W were AFS Council Fosters World Relation At an open meeting, Cha Too Koo describes his native land, Korea. Warm hearted and sin- cere Catherine Hordouin, Trays guest from Gay Poree, seriously speaks of her nativeland at the AFS assembly "Walk together, talk together, O ye peoples of the earth, then, and only then, shall ye have peace." This was the motto of the American Field Service Council, under the leadership of Mrs. Barbara Miller, a post exchange teacher to England. Since very much interest was shown in this organization, meetings were this year opened to anyone who was interested in the work of the Council. Its purposes were to bring countries closer together through discussions and programs featuring foreign and exchange students. The Council helped Catherine Hordouin, THS exchange stu- dent from Paris, France, to feel at home. Sponsoring a Tag Day Assembly and selling theater discount tickets, members raised money to bring foreign students to Topeka High. Playing host to foreign students who visited Topeka during the summer and corresponding with former exchange students at THS also kept AFS members on their toes. Steering the AFS council in all its activities were its officers: president, Gayle Askren, viceeprestdent, Brock Spencer, treasurer, Jim Pantle, recording secretary, Nancy Kay, and corresponding secretary, Gracie Sawyer. In the costumes of their adopted lands, Tt-lS s ex- change students, Kay Shiner, Gayle Askren, Mary Carter and Jud Stone wait to tell of their summer abroad at the AFS assembly g..- RED CROSS COUNCIL Front Row Donna Webb K K Swanson Janie Paramore Mrs Kingman Alicia Laing Sandro Hopkins Mary Lauterbach and Liz Watts Row 2 Rosemary Poirier Marla Leuenberger Catherine Hordouin Carolyn Silver Mary .lo Burke Barbara Howard Judy Tyler Trish Bowen and Lindo Larson Row 3 Ed Saylor Grace Sawyer Gayle Askren Dave Curnutt Doug Wilmore Fritzie Steele Pete Sumey and Jim Pantle Row 4 Jim Davis .lack Muze Steve Bunton John Dawson Jack Ostrode Dan Rals ton Brock Spencer and Bill .lungmann Junior R cl Cross Shares With Others Living up to its motto of Join and Serve the Junior Red Cross Council with the help of the Red Cross workers promoted terans Day assembly the filling of boxes to be sent to the needy overseas and the wrapping of packages at Christmas for the patients at Topeka State Hospital A Christmas and Easter party for homebound children and a Valentine party for the closed ward patients at Winter General Hospital also demonstrated their helpful and enthusiastic spirit One of the main protects this year was the compiling ofa scrapbook depicting the activities of the Red Cross Council at Cross chapter in Hiden Germany in return for a similar book sent to the THS chapter last summer Another prolect the float entered in the Homecoming parade stressed the importance and necessity of the Red Cross The Junior Red Cross Council was made up of thirty five members and was an executive planning committee It was aided by members of the student body who were interested in this type of service The new members of the council were cho Packing kits for friends overseas Junior Red Cross workers John Dawson Diane Reamon Judy Cowan Judy Coffman Joyce Wright and Janie Paramore add some remaining articles at the chapter house Red Cross Tableau in Armistice Day assembly Gayle Askren John Dawson Linda Larson and Dan Ralston In time of war aid to sick and wounded ln times of peace aid to the stricken in disaster sen from the most outstanding of these eighty workers The officers guiding the club which worked steadily this year to help others and make life more comfortable for those that were ill were Doug Wilmore president Bill Jungmann vice president Grace Sawyer secretary Mary Jo Burke atten dance secretary and Janie Paramore treasurer The faculty sponsor was Mrs Esther Kingman ll5 f , . ,L I I - .i In l T . T ' is T , ' 4 . - L 'I D ,ii K, O I numerous projects of service. These included the traditional Ve- Topeka High through pictures and story, to be sent to the Red 1 r - 1 , , . 'J' ,J 1 V ' sa . ' ' T , - J 1 5 is L -f QE LIP! ff Jn, Juni-u 9'i'?r"'-g,4r- x-nil? va ii, The bug four Ed Poort co busuness manager Sally Mack and Lynne Martun co edutors and Sally Carnahan co busuness manager plan the T956 SUNFLOWER 4ZwmGcwwZcu6cwwa,1frcf7gfpe56eZapkcuZ'cr4 Annual Staff Commemorcutes Tower s Celebratung Topeka Hugh s twenty fufth annuversary thus year s SUNFLOWER was deducated to the tower Symboluc of THS ut represents the hugh udeals of the school to the student body the graduates the cutuzens of Topeka and to vusutors Wuth thus also as uts theme the udea of the tower was unter woven throughout the pages of the book Several changes were made un the SUNFLOWER thus year Sophomore puctures were taken at school un the homerooms whule the uunuors had unduvudual puctures taken by a professuonal photographer Another addutuon was the actuvuty pages lustung the actuvutues ofthe senuors for theur three years at Troy For the furst tume a page was devoted to each department showung a better pucture of school lufe The annuals were dustrubuted thus year ata party planned by the SUNFLOWER staff A new feature was added as a kung and queen of the yearbook were chosen and honored at thus tume A summer supplement was agaun eduted un order to round out the school year Startung early un the summer the T956 yearbook staff plan ned and drew up the pages that would make up the T956 SUN FLOWER From each untrucate detaul that went unto the dummy to the funushed product many hours of worry and work went unto uts preparatuon Under many hands the pages were funally put together unto a memorable book recordung thus school year Thus year for the furst tume the staff met as a fourth hour class Thus gave them an opportunuty to duscuss udeas and prob lems unvolved un publucatuon The staff was headed by co edutors, Lynne Martun and Sally Mack, who wuth Vurgunua Smuth, assocu IT6 ate edutor organuzed and supervused the work ofthe staff Wrutung and edutung the copy were the co luterary edutors Jane Chalmers and Joanne Taylor Barbara Barnett layout edu tor helped plan and draw up each page after tryung every pos subuluty ln charge of udentufyung and alphabetuzung all unduvudual class puctures was Janet Mann The undex was the responsubuluty of Subyl Ruekenberg Terry Petty as the cartoonust added hum orous touches to the pages Sue Campbellorganuzed and eduted the senuor actuvuty pages The cover desugn and the new double duvusuon pages were planned by Dorothy Truckett art edutor The poetry of Jane Crow added the funal touches Wrutung up each athletuc event and arrangung for actuon shots of the games was Jack Powell sports edutor Wuth the assustance of Mr Tom Hunde the photographers Gary Fluckeruger Charles Bullungton Davud Fusher Davud Dunford and Ted Campbell spent many hours takung and funushung puctures ln charge of sellung the ads to funance the yearbook were the co busuness managers Sally Carnahan and Ed Poort wuth Davud Heath as assocuate manager Collectung money for sub scruptuons and drstrubutung the annuals was the lab of Jane Co penhafer dustrubutuon manager Mrs Wulluam Greer as faculty advusor gave much of her tume to help the staff whenever she was needed Now that the T956 SUNFLOWER has reached completuon the staff hopes that these pages commeratung Topeka Hugh s sulver annuversary un the shadow ofthe tower wull serve as a futtung trubute to the lastung spurut of Troy Y I I V l V 'P ' .u 5 , 4 - I' x 'A , - 1? , 7 ZZ w: it on V' f .K L - I A K - . Q 'K U 7 3 IQ . A ' 51' T 'J ' ,. '44, . ,X . . . V . . . f -. - A .- F, - L 1-4 A" fQ- , -'N T I - F I F I T I I . ' 1 . 1 - A - I -. . I f A ' 4 I' I I V ' I - , - . , . ' - I I 4 , , ' 1 , N ,,' . ' I I. 6 . 'Cin' ' , ' l I i 9 F ll ' 'V U- n- 'J "' 4 , v ,- ,Kit . " '- '..- , ' ,Q ' -, NY f , X rxgiu, ails ' -X, - 4.3-Sf',c2.k SUNFLOWER STAFF. Sitting: Ed Poort, Sally Carnahan, Lynne Martin, Sally Mack, and Joanne Taylor. Standing: Jack Powell, Jane Copen- hafer, Jane Chalmers, Janet Mann, Barbara Barnett, Virginia Smith, and Terry Petty. Missing: Sibyl Riekenberg. Z Divided payments for the yearbook brought in more subscrip- ' - trans, but double bookkeeping for the business staff. Twice a year roam 200 became a branch bank with the assistance of the office personnel, as Troians deposited their pennies. 0 Q l , ftx Al. .,. 5 Silver Anniversary This year the sophomores' pictures were taken in home room groups. Here we see the staff members Bar- bara Barnett, Sally Mack, Lynne Mar- tin, and Janet Mann arranging a group an the risers. BUSINESS STAFF. Sitting: Joanne Taylor, Judy Tyler, Ed Poort, Sally Carnahan, Cara- lyn Silver, and Dennis Kelly. Standing: Bar- bara Hardman, Beverly Pollard, Marilyn Lowe, Marilyn Nollar, Janet Viar, Linda Asay, and Virginia Smith. l Z 7-. I. 'F HV' Enlarging, developing and washing pictures, photographers Charles Billington, David Fisher, David Dunford, Gary Flickinger, and Ted Campbell worked during fifth hour and many days after school. sr il-.JA ll7 he Y ,1 'vfi I ui. -T I-V11 , ,- mn wovso SVN Sio- ting: if . loose 51" :ace .2 - Noe Sc' fe' eat?- sgfrnef' ed to' Standing: Cl cfij' ', IBC - .J -' - QC I X 9 ...dvx papa Que! Qcww pwpea Wwiwf WORLD Staff Features Troy s Weekly Our schooI newspaper the WORLD was an Important lInk In keepIng unIty wIthIn the taculty and student body Through It we learned of malor and mInor events takmg place In the sha dow of the tower ot lIttle Incrdents whIch happened In the class rooms and of programs scheduled for future assembhes Re gular columns lIke Tower VTSWS alumnI news and QUESTION ot the Week were thought provokIng Interestmg or lust plaIn entertaInIng Noel ScrIvner the tIrst semester edItor IU chret InItIated several controversIal sublects IH hIs Tower VIEWS Two examples ot these were the suggeste honor roll and the dIscussIon of sprmg electrons Perhnent Infor matIon on these sublects was pubhshed along wIth the opInIons ot the edllOf e sprIng statt was r arrly a rearra gernett ot e osItIons of th tal' statt lV'I or er to gIve vanea expemences to statt members WIth emphasIs on news co or ITGT on the sprrn s a was head by Nancy D for e lTOV Seve al sophomore SI Ing I Standlng I H8 WVIl9TS were OCTIVG onthe statt as they began to make places for themselves at THS A lot ot revIsIon was done to the paper thIs year wIth several entIrely new teatures beIng added Excerpts and Ex changes a column contaInIng news from other hIgh schools Letters to the EdItor whIch carrIed the feelmgs of some of the students on subIects ot Interest to the school and Helen Around Troy a human Interest column wIth ObIEClIV6 CVIllCISm ot our school from another s poInt ot VISW were popular ad ll 1 fl f f I I ' A T I - . . I I I f . I I , 1 I . . -. - , I . . . ' ' I - . , . .4 2 X d Th p I- nt "I ' th JD E I Cl , d . I Q t tt ed I- X d . I 'u ,Li '45 ' ,T-5:: 'H' 2' 'Viv '--' :NIL z.:'g :I ' 4 :L"t:As'zy '- -' 'In .11'aI- "'1L'QE' 1, " , T' --' " 'g :ge f-14' ' 'V'-d L L ix Adyusrng has successor, Nancy Drxon, on a page lay-our as Noe! Scr1vner,faNN edrtor-rn-cnref. The basmess staff had many problems To meet, Jerry Lacy, bussness manager, Dennus Kelly, Mary Laurerbacn, and Carolyn Srlyer planned ways Ya keep YheWCRLD an the black. Y Y The WORLD exchanges papers WITH scnoors aH over The U. S. Harding down fwo rmpartan? robs, V. G, Weese naa charge of CIVCUIGYIOOQ and Cherue Lafzrambalse was ex- exchanged ednor. H9 .L .nl '4 Front Row: Jerry Lacy, Nancy Dixon, Lynne Martin, Noel Scrivner, Solly Mack, Chuck Farnsworth, and John Peterson. Row 2: .loanne Taylor, Sally Foose, Barbara Barnett, Sibyl Riekenberg, Alicia Laing, Mary Lauterboch, Lindo Asoy, V G, Weese, and Virginia Smith. Row 3: Jane Crow, Jane Copenhoter, Cherie Lalirornboise, Sally Carnahan, Dennis Kelly, Dorothy Trickett, David Heath, and John Stocking. Missing: lone Chalmers, Sue Campbell, Terry Petty, Jack Powell, Janet Mann, and Torn Wright, y . Quill Clrmoxing a year of tun and hard work on the SUN- FLOWER and WORLD was the annual initiation ot Quill and Scroll, the international honor society for iournalists which cor- responds to Thespians in the dramatic department. Require- ments for belonging to this organization included superior work in editing, writing, or business management, as well as a B-grade average. Thirty Trolons boarded o bus to Lawrence on March T2 where o ioint initiation with Shawnee-Mission and Lawrence was held at the KU Student Union. After the banquet, the impressive ceremony was carried out by candlelight. Each initiate lit his candle from the seven candles which represented the lournalistic creed ot truth, loyalty, initiative, opportunity, friendship, leader- ship, :ind enlightenment, Then with pride each new member received the Quill and Scroll pin, symbolic of iournalistic achievement, f l l 7wewZ7- 'Q and Scroll Declicates Chapter To commemorate Troyis 25th anniversary under the Tower, members dedicated the chapter to Arthur J. Corruth, lr. and Ruth E, Hunt. Although formerly it had been named for Mr, Car- ruth, post editor ot the Topeka State Journal, it was decided that it should also honor Miss Hunt, who had been iournalism adviser at THS tor thirty-two years, and a handsome wall pla- que was hung in the J-room, -be Quill and Scroll officers Sally Mack, Lynne Martin, Noe' Scrivner Chuck Farnsworth and Nancy Dixon, proudly display the ner. :: oace Ott Greer, sponsor, and Miss Ruth Hunt, honored guest .watch as Quill and Scrollers board their chartered bus. to the tri-school nrtifif on 11' Lowrenge --Mrs, W l fzn- .v- 3 KEY CLUB, Sitting: Jerry Chelson, Steve Freudberg, Jerry Lacy, Erutzue Steele, George Rhodes, and Joe Cle- Dud Larry Thompson see through land. Row 2: Oraru Beary Owen Henson, Gaul Twunung, Jum Mah, Brock Spencer, Larry Thompson, Jack ut or was ut really maguc dus- Ostrode, Dave Heath Steve Bennett, Barry Wulkes, and Dan Ralston Row 3: Sug Funk, Muckey Byers, AI played by MGX F,5lsef2 Maare, Steve Poort, Evan Tonsung, Steve Funk, Barry Warkentun, Dennus Kelly, Duck Vernon, and John Stum- bo Missing: Gayle Askren, Duck Barrett, Charles Button, Ronnue Davus, Dave Ebel, Paul Ebel, Larry Gruggs, Kurt Hottrnan, Srdney Johnson, Wayne Sumth, Doug Wulmore, and Dale Yenzer. ,Q -., ,W " KEY CLUB, Sitting: Chuck Hotchkuss, Ed Saylor, Pete Woodward, Can Porruer, Leroy Ott. Row 3: Muke Marlun, George Whute, Ronald Pettuuohn, Carl Twun- Sarn Lux, and John McCabe Row 2: Lonnue Davrs, Duck Taylor, Steve Swan, TNQ, Evon Tonsung, Bob Chrustenson, Davud Stahl, Larry Harrus, and Wendell John Burd, Ruchard Marshall, Barry Bray, Bull Nuernan, Bruan Flack, and Mr. Brown 14 5 Wddwmimwl Nfulzizw Key, Photo Club Hcive Active Year The prepare themselves in becoming better citizens ot to- morrow, to develop unutuative and leadership, and to serve theur school and community, were all goals ot the Topeka Hugh Key Club. A uunuor Kiwanis organization, this club was under the guidance ot Mr. Owen Henson, faculty advisor. The main prouect ot the Key Club this year was the compiling and sale ot student and faculty directories. Co-operating many tumes to rause money, they always used ut tor worth- whule causes. Takung baskets ot food to needy tami- lues at Thanksguvung, the boys displayed their wul- lungness to be ot aid un building a better community. They were also of great assistance un helping to organize sumular Key Clubs un the other high schools ot Topeka. Unusual, unterestung, and edu- cational programs consusted of speakers, fulms, r and a magucuan. Each Monday two boys from the fl THS Key Club were guests at the Kuwanis Club whuch gave them an opportunuty to come un con- tact wuth the busunessmen of the town, Presuding over the club were: presudent, Frutzue Steele, vice- presudent, Dave Heath, treasurer, Gayle Askren, and secretary, Doug Wulmore. Those students unterested un photography T21 X-1. ,,, r vi -z,.j furthered theur unterests by becoming members ot the Photo Club. Not only learning the techniques ot taking good puctures, they gained o knowledge of developing, pruntung, and enlarging thern. Auded by Mr. Torn Hunde, these ambutuous photographers entered theur work ih various contests. Max Reams was presu- dent, and Sandra Freuenrnuth served as secretary of the club this year, X - Meetung un the dark room, Photo Club members Sandra Sue Fueuennwctlu ,ludy Rah n son, Barbara Glanvulle, Davud Duntoucl, Ruchaud Marshall, Barry Bray and Max Reams examune photographuc eguupment ,xl Hl-Y. Silling: Rex Potter, John Btrd, Jlm Mah, Ray Chrlsttan, Don Wells, Carmen Ktlgore, Charles Halle, and Larry Grlggs Row 2: Ted Wheat, Jrm Wrlght, Brlan Flack, John Stocklng, Bob Scott, Carroll Klfgere, and Rrchard Burgen Row 3: Cllttard Starbuck, Dlck Brlnker, Joe Copp, Ed Alberg, Dennls Kelly, Jlm Lsher, Jack Powell, Don Rumsey, and Larry Barngrover. Row 4: Jlm Ramos, Mel Lewls, Gene Barley, Davld Slaby, Burrell Landes, Jock Ostrode, Veon Ourss, Larry Starbuck, and Arthur Proctor. Smcetffly af Religious Group In pire Selflessness At all at their weekly meettngs this year, the Hi- YClub used religion as their theme. Speakers, tilms, and discussions were features of their regular meetings. The club, which stressed the Importance of fair play and good sportsmanship, worked in coniunctlon with Y.M.C.A. to help boys develop into well- rounded citizens of tomorrow. Organizing a camp-out and a hayrack ride tor their mem- bers, the boys proved their vitality and will to work, During the Christmas season, they took baskets ot food to needy families nn Topeka. Composed of thirty-tive Trotans and their sponsors, Mr. Otto Bodenhausen and Mr. Harold Blackburn, they also distributed the basketball schedules. Leading the club were: Ray YOLJTH FOR CHRIST. Front Row: Marne Tobias, Twnlla Henderson, Florence t-lardee, Norma Heckle, Karen Ntncehelser, Marllyn Heath, Faye Huttman, and Eleanor Blgg. Row 2: Edelyn Lambott, Wanda Nlcolay, Twllla Mcblwatn, Judy Stll- lle, Barbara Seeley, Dlana Acord, Carol Wlseman, Nancy Brurnrne, Tom Allan Row 3: Wanda Petetish, Jlm Lowden, Jeanette Van Brunt, Charles Wray, Mac Byler, Jlm Lauer, and Donna Foster Missing: Carl Blackwood, Betty Chase, Shnrley Chase 'vltna Flowers, Nell Hlggen- fzgtniznr Awene HJtton E'nest Mc- C e as Carol Mclwlll ants, Barbara M 'che l Allan Oldham, Maxlne Rohr, J-nt Sktnner, Jo Ann Sprlnkle, and 'vlggvv n Wtsenwjivt A ..., .. l Q2 Chrustuan, president, Jimmy Mah, vtce-president, Jim Long, secre- tary-treasurer, and John Bird, chaplain. "To stimulate interest in serving Christ and to torm a tel- lowshlp group tor Christian teenagers ot THSM, were the two goals ofthe Youth for Christ Club sponsored by Mr. Harold Dilley. Meettng once a week, this group organized programs that were both interesting and inspirational. Planning a Holiday Funspiration Party and a hayrack ride for members were among the social activities for the year. Charles Wray, president, Judy Stillie, vice-president, Wanda Petetish, secretary, Carl Blackwood, social chairman, and Bob Lewis, song leader, were elected to lead the club. 3 YOUTH FOR CHRlST Front Row: Ja Jackson, Vrrglnla Davies, Janet Ellts, Shuley Burress, Loretta Neme- chek, Marlowe Nernechek Sally Hols- ton, and Da.e Hawlxlns Row 2: Harold Dllley Gwen Cf1rpentei,Ruth Holt Jeanne Smlt' Betty Branson, Janlce B CK'k9l Mt lle T pton Caerald Manr-lng ana Bob Barnard Row 3: Gene Anderson Max Beams, Ronald Pe-ttltgbr 'Wll gas Fest Pau Lynn Gordon pr os Bot: Lewls and Larry Boaz vi C A C to m A rn b FN I in U in Q C cr: 11 q O J Q- S O E D it ol It x is tv O ww T v in O Row 2: Pw S Cfsf-er 3"-e' Ntfif Kel'f R I H: e N emac , S' 13" cf., . T T' .W yi Qdkwmg Q pm Future Teachers, Nurses Students looking forward to careers in the teaching field found their notch inthe KSFTAiKansas State Future Teachers Association-whose obiect was to promote interest among stu- dents in teaching as a profession. The programs, in accordance with this main theme, included a variety of activities such as p'anels, movies, discussion groups and an occasional speaker. Activities of the club included the sponsoring of information booths during the Kansas State Teachers' Convention, and help- ing with the Sunday afternoon gallery hours. Officers presiding over the Future Teachers Club were Joyce Gladfelter, president, Mary Jo Burke, vice-president, Grace Sawyer, secretary, and Kenneth Sturm, historian. Their giving of time and work was a principal factor contributing to the success ofthe DeWitt Clinton chapterithe branch of KSFTA active at Topeka High, The Future Nurses Club had a membership of ninety-five sophomore, iunior, and senior girls inter- ested in learning more about the field of nursing. Varied programs this year in- cluded speeches and demonstrations on laboratory technology, practical nursing, orthopedic surgery, and rehabilitation of the blind. Among the protects of the club were the assisting in the Hospitality Shop at Stormont-Vail Hospital, the sale of "Todays Health ' magazines, a coke party, and a trip to the KU Medical Cen- ter in Kansas City, All members looked forward to the impressive pinning cere- ecscr Row 3: Karen O acc Nccif Ve"- ,,,L.. 2,9 E.. ,L ,,,,, .'.,:,., T. f. EF-CHEPS CLUB tleftj Front Row: S e :ensue j.afCCw'ih Sh, Pelewzerg Nye- Src" Car: 1' Thomas ,Lf T'i:f'e' 5a'::": t-li:":- 'ca' .:'e' V 2' ana tfzzw 'f:C:": eii Row 2: E1 ::': E' .' Wa. T, e' lfra ' 2 Sm " Car: .r 91. Do' s icq-2' E ec Pofzrn Civ: Fas care' Er: rf- C" and Na' f" Nome' Row 3: .Civ We-s':' Crate Saw'-5' Ka'-ec Deete' Cart' Mc!! 'zmi 'emi Sz.- aev if if fm' Lay Kr-:,fei: C""' Ie, fi' ,,,, W Mp... ,,,f1DC,,!.i,y p,Y,,,Y 'IN bw s l D sql 4 . ' Explaining the principles of practical mursing is Miss Campbell with her students from the K. U. School of Nursing. mony m Moy when future Seniors were EUTUFLE VJUPSES ELUBN Front Row: Peggy Thi":r:.'g lofzrrw- Tavi' Mi' ,n 9- -'-' t- , 'Fw-t - CMO' y Crfihq Gro yn Arwdefsrtri and M':i,, Sjtsrr: ff' Rpw giitww B fgvi. E-it i K- .t presented Wlllq lhe Glflrocllve Club plns' Margaret Huff Kathy Srhivtrl Clwilfpttf- Kentif,-' VW: sE'lf-'s Sce Ccttl ':ndDC"": P "as Row 3: Officers this year were: president, 5,e,,,3 W ,pemsn i ,,, Lane., 0 ,Q Quin, get 3 t.t,,:Ep,. CY,.c,,, H, ,SUD pn., p' ,, ,A Mary Lou Schmidt, vice-president, Marilyn H-,gf ---5 ya Mace D,-Q rv,-,grep Senne, secretary-treasurer, Kathy Schmid, and correspondtng secre- tary, Lois French, FUTURE NURSES CLUB Front Row: DQ'-nn Hem. we C:-Q Ez' Q-up Pio-is A- t-1 Q D Daugherty arc Trix.: es Berryman Row 2: Ctr: , M' eff' Fw' so' Dcr' a Cc,-rw vt 1 ' -- Alberta Havely and V G Weese-Row 3: Ben' Chase Maw Ann Norman Sflfflv C::"f e 1: 'Jn' Lowe Marv Knight Ca'a'-yr' t-lclbrook and Marv Br: ev Missing: Regina Baker Donna Brrrhe' Lee Barnes Janis Ba". T' sr F Georgia Brfwr' 'v'f:""f: De:tP"b'Cf:k Bevedy D "- ', 'J' , ff berg Beyer YE 3" Le: Fees' Nancy 50:1 Cfzm-f-' '- Hayes Shirev Hayes .acre Jacques Nancy leer' :s . - mann Cafe P:-'wick la:'1'tP'eston Sire Re'-rt. lune Pclvirssar and Maw Sloan basketball game cadet, ot a Trolan tan. Contunuously on theur toes was a good descreptuon ot thas H Wal s ame cadets Under the guidance ot Mr James year g ker the football cadets arrived at Moore Bowl two hours before each home game Assuming responslblllty at theur stations they sold tlckets and saw that they were punched or taken Durmg r ke words the basketball season protucuency and courtesy we e y tor the Trolans who served as c tnons on yarlous doors They sold and took tuckets and ushered t l dvlsor ectators to their seats Mr Clarence Mullenlx acu ry a adets These had assigned post 59 co ordlnated the group unto a unified force addlng to the suc cess ot our basketball games h Many thanks are also due the loyal varsity cadets w o BASKETBALL GAME CADETS. Front Row: loan t-ttnds, Georgta Brown, .loan French Judy Betts Carc- ' J ne Etrt re, Patsy Patterson Sunny lyn Benge, and Delores Beastertle d Row 2. Maren Poynter, a y l nd Be e ly LaCrore Row 3' Sue Reayts, Glenda Pace Lnda Compton, .HH Cents lease V. k J n Hind Robertson Beatrtce W4 son, a -1 r , t . Y ' D ' GS S OO e' Elatne Woods, and Bonnxe Wh taker Missing: Shetla Crossley, and Lots Pauls 14 few 23 of MQW Sokcwf 47 Varslt Game Cadets, Stand Workers ave of theer tnme and energy to make the varsutues successful Q Theur numerous duties conststed of selltng and takung tickets operatmg the publxc address system work mg at the snack bar and polncmgthe dance floor The varslty elec tors exerted theur po wer sn combating rowdlness as they strayed to keep down commotuon at the of ter game parties FOOTBALL GAME CADETS Front Row Ja et lunec Sunhy Robe tson Jane Etnyre Co ene t-te so C ol N Merman cant-tns rshBow NCHY O ora w ow eae e ny eeays eW Y n K e ossey w u k M sun DeloresBeaste held Mor y Helms Donna Henry Beyery La Crone Thelma Martha Dteoe tm oc IS g tte Dtane ugh Beye y W td atc' Be q,ce Wls rt VARSITY EJECTORS Joe Copp Bob Wanamaker Ray Chrustlan Rex Polter and Duck Brinker cv Q V C FTB Front Row Row P M yt V Jon w 3 L ne Mar ssung P ee T24 X Q I ' I Tx . l . . , - Z 'J , X , l , t 3 n U f , l rt, rt Cv Or' and Ge gt B'o n R 2: R n Rat' ' a : r' J t d Tr 'en c F 'd a ct iron Gio" Row 3: Sh lla Cr l lore C'c S R t Glenda Pnqe Bern h take 'and ' ' rt r ' ' 5 , r U l' rt A I ' , , V It 1 1 lg t Pg rl a , v, Q t t Q 4 ND J 1 ' . Q yAP. T CAD. ., :Shww Pr-ed Q' 'ey lAf.'i C':'f'wrSl.e' LzW':"s .qu-re Tyr' f1'f1.:w,-'Vit' 2:C':'eHf-"y 7 F T , , Asizy ,Km Gave y lan ' Da. s Ctrna 1 ,-, V , tE"5y Caro-v Kratt and tvqtrzrpt- , B6-ser Ro : yr' ,tm Sally P:t'e'sc" CT: we Dau D are Pugh Czzrcil Note inc .':'f- Cizerfirte' Mi ' : 'nl' s Bane, ,.dy ':'- C: e' e hw' sc" Bos near, c ' G' and ' EHR Q Q ' r G PM M Y t A . t I t L v-I CHECKSTAND WORKERS Joyce Ratluff Jean Allrson Bonme Weathers Teny Von Wolff Janet Vrar Mlsslng Sally Patterson Wllllngly Perform Take akettle of water for the wreners a vat of coffee an the maknng the smell of popcorn and the excltement attendant OClIVlfISS Many times during the football and basketball games stu dents and vnsrtors stopped at the refreshment counter for a candy bar coke or hot dog The credlt for thus servtce belongs to a conscaentrous and dependable group of concessuon stand workers who dad so much to supply these treats at the games Under the dlrectuon of Mr Charles Shoyer they worked at all the THS games Although their dutues dnd not begun untul game tame many of them stayed long hours after school on the days of the games to make popcorn cook hot dogs and make coffee Durlng the games these :tems as well as potato chaps gum pop and candy bars were sold to the crowd Another group of students performed a very necessary function throughout the year They were the check stand work ers whose dutues were to care for wraps at all the larger school affalrs They worked at such functions as the All School Party Sophomore Party and the Junlor Sensor Prom Racks were set up In the teachers cafeterna and these workers kept track of all the coats durrng the evenung The only payment they re celved for work was the gratitude of the students and faculty who used theur services Z' Check your coat Please? John Stumbo and Dennls Kelly trust theur toppers to Joyce Ratlrff at the All School Party Necessary Duhes Also under the dnrectron of Mr Shoyer wlth Janet Vaar as head checker thas loyal group was always on hand when needed These non profrt service groups the concession and check stand workers offered much an makrng the wheels of Troy run smoothly this year Ice cold pop' Get your hot dogs here' the ballyhoo that called the hungry mob to the concesslon stand at basketball halftumes -ua wtf tl i, CONCESSION STAND WORKERS Marvrn Renyer Charles Anderson Jane Copenhafer Gary Roth Pot McKnrght Betty Johnson Kenny Sourk and Duane Pugh Missing Carole Mclunkuns and Sally Patterson l25 -be A - 1 43 -P ee T A L T T Y 2' t fa J -A ' .-L- I A . I . V V 54 J W kv - 0 C I . I , I . . Q I . . , , f - in a food stand, and you have the atmosphere of intra-game - ' ' , ' - r , 4 1 - 2' I I I I I I I , . 5 ' - I , C A- n ik ' , I ' J f i Y V7 Yx THESPIANS Sitting: Doug W lrnore, Rosemary Poirier, Alrcra Larnq, Judy Clark, Janre Raromore, Frrtzre Steele Bev Barrd, Sue Campbell, and Sally Foose. Row 2: Sally Mack, Gayle Askren, John Stocking, John Dawson, I-tollrs Tocl, Nancy Kay Dolly Purnell, Judy Gifford, Marcia Brown, and Liz Watts Missing: Lrnda Asay, Nadlne Harrison and Sue Hrebert www gears? M Qefrne ze WWW Thespi Rewards "Act well your part for there all honor lies f This is the motto which served as an inspiration for each member of the National Thespian Society. Originating from Thespis, a Greek actor of centuries ago, the local society was formed for the main purpose of honoring students who had greatly contri- buted on or behind the Topeka High stage. The Thespians, directed by Miss Gertrude Wheeler with the assistance of Miss Martha Herrick, encouraged the develop- ment of dramatic arts. They combined their time and talent in the promotion of all dramatic productions given at THS. In MASQUE AND WIG, Sitting: Gracra Han- sen, Barbara Merrick, Diane Rearnon Alicia Larng, Mary Lauterbach, Bobs Reeves, Janie Rararnore, and Bev Baird Row 2: Donna Webb, Pat Rozerna, Joan French, Sue Camp- bell, Liz Watts, Judy Clark Diane Henry, and Deanna Schaeffer Row 3: Nancy Ford, Martha Diepenbrock, Charlotte Stryker, Alrce Peele, Mary Carter, Ron Johnson, Gary Fadley,and John Dutt Row 4: Marr- lyn Lowe Bob Stovall, George Ashworth, Don Deaver Doug Wrlmore, John Dawson, and Gayle Askren 'K Ar Diligence, Talent recognition of their outstanding achievements on dramatic pre- sentations, budding "dramatists" were elected to the Gertrude S. Wheeler Troupe Number 2lO, A large spring and semester initiation were held in honor ofthe initiates, Although Masque 8. Wig had no club meetings, they were very active as they were continuously working on a perform- ance. Masque 8: Wig membership was composed of those stu- dents who had participated on the cast or staff of a school play, and those students who were on the iob to usher at each play. MASQUE AND WlG. Sitting: Karen Fry, Lynda Delfs, Carol Bebermeyer, Mary Knight, Beverly Gorrell, Colene Henson, and Judy Finley. Row 2: Larry Peters, Marcia Nelson, Mimi Davis, Barbara Brown, Nancy Stevenson, Teny Von Wolff, Jean Allison Nancy Krbler, Nancy Kay, Marcia Brown, and Judy Gifford Row 3: Richard Bergen Jrrn Ramos, Nancy Renberger, Lynne Martin, Clark Brooks, John Stocking, Steve Frerd- berg, Frrtzie Steele, Sally Mack, Jack Ost- rode, and Hollis Tool. MASQUE AND WlG Sitting: Rosemary Porrrer, Marilyn Noller Bev Pollard S: y Ossran, Drxre Cook Shirley Houck Caro y r Silver, and Mary Frtts Row 2: Eaferre Knoles Mary Norrrs Linda Compton Les French, K K Swanson Sherry Reed Jr:-re' Vrar, Patsy Patterson and Sally Foose Row :Joyce Harmon Rosalyn Harder D: y Purnell, Thelma Latter Doris Burger N -'xy Dixon, Cherie LaFrorrrborse Jarre Ftrwrr and Joanne Taylor l27 l Marta rnterrupts o tense drscussron between Catherine ond her father which is relreved -M Sl rss only by Aunt Pennrmanis choracteristrc smrle. o YOU., Der, l have fallen ,n 'Ove Wm r 'Heiress' Find Wealth Pattern Lite 'Trl tonrght then, my dear" An outstanding performance by all members of the cast was ended as the curtain fell on the all-school play, "The Heiress." Weeks of memorizing lines, practicing scenes, and preparing props and costumes had proved worthy of all the effort. "The Heiress" left a wealth of good memories for everyone but the deva- stating Morris Townsend, who tried to marry shy and plain Catherine Sloper for her money. The ploy was set in Washington Square in New York in the l85O's and told ot the romance of Catherine and Morris. Catherines lack of worldliness prevented her from realizing that Morris was only after her money, but her father, Doctor Sloper, saw through the greedy plan. He deter- mined to disinherit his daughter if they married. At a planned elopement, Mor- ris failed to show up. Heartsick, Catherine suffered through disappointment and then the sudden death of her father and became almost a recluse. Later when Morris returned she encouraged him, only to lock him out of her life for all time. STUDENT STAFF CAST , M R P Director . Sue Campbell Dorf T SI' ' "' Osemarm Oylen Assistant Director . Dolly Purnell Lgvlngsggnnsnpjrz ' Se 'ssoofd Stage Managers .Bob Wikkerrnk, Ron Johnson . . V t Catherine Sloper .... . Judy Gifford Ploperlles Sally A1r:JieFf,ijg?1i Seiji? Sllglilszdd El h Al . . . l f l lzobef mend Noncy Kay Costumes. . Nadine Harrison, Bonnie Becker, Arthur Townsend.. , Clark Brooks loom French FT 'Z 6 Steeye M Al ..,., P . T l ' MgDinTOWn:ZZEld , Ojlginpgllleiiiig Business Managers .tritzre Steele,John Stockrng Mrs' Montgomery Q' Beverly Gonell Publicrty Rosemary Poirier, Mary Norris, Bobs Reeves, Sharyn Blanka, Judy Clark, Sherry Reed Devoted love shrnes from the eyes of Arthur Townsend and his new bride, Marian. 'Go to Europe, Catherrnef' Morris tells her decrdedly as her startled father stares. A' lt f-the murder W- will toke place approximately 'nsrwctar Hubbard, Max and Tony cover the corps here, instructs Tony to his blackmoiled conspirator, Captain Lesgate. "EBM W' Wm Mmm" Telephone Keynotes Suspense and excitement held the attention ofthe large audience which witnessed the Junior class play, "Dial 'M' for Murder". Hours of work by the talented cast came to an end as another great production was presented onthe THS stage. The play dramatized the story ofa married couple, Margot and Tony Wendice. After marrying Margot for her money, Tony arranged the perfect murder in order to dispose of Margot and obtain her wealth. He blackmailed Captain Lesgote into strangling Margot, and he ar- ranged a brilliant alibi for himself. Contrary to his plan, the murderer, Lesgate, was killed and Margot survived. Tony took this unexpected turn of events as an opportunity to have his wife convicted forthe murder of Lesgate. Luckily a police inspector from Scotland Yard and Max Hol- liday, who had fallen in love with Margot, discovered the truth and trapped Tony into revealing his guilt, thus freeing the wife. Margot Wendrce Max Holliday Tony Werwciice Captain Lesgate Inspector Hubbard Thompson Director Assistant Director Stage Manager Sondra Hopkins Jim Summers Mike McKee Jim Pantle Mike Marlin John Disbraw Al cio Laing ,Carolyn Holbrook Bob Wikkerink Assistant Stage Manager Ron Johnson Property Managers Con Poirier, Sunny Robertson, Bonnie Becker, Carolyn Benge Costume Managers David Heath, Joan French Business Manager ,. .. Steve Swan Assistant Business Manager . David Heath Publicity Directors ., Dennis Kelly, Jerry Lacy Caught in a trap of his Own making, Tony, detained by Thompson, desperately tries to explain his actions. Intense Drama Scissors from her sewing basket become the murder weapon inthe hands of Mar got - innocent vrctin of Captain Les gate s intent to kill H I El T -T' 'rg it lTop of oagej Dorrnczyer s l?esTaur:znT was The scene rms Vogl Shane' Shullfzrf Von Sclwfv rrci ':'r1TKuD pelwerser snug Ch Haw The WC' d l.'1uQlrST'T SD!rngTrfT'f2 T TLeTT cerrrerj Would you have C1lTQ'SQT'Tlf'TTf'Yf' NTTTTc1TC1TTrr-rskyirgggrrcf ppp" K""TZ rs rrr'lrr'rr'1" .. T ,r.4.r Mf1rrT!1Krf1rr2":rrrlF"I f Hn-,,,,,... nf .,vC f ,,,' V4 rp' 4 T30 WLM Q '4 7 "Blossom Time" SeT rn rornanhc nrneTeenTh cenTury Vrenna, Srgmund Rombergs opere'Ta, Blossom Trme gave Two capacrTy audrences delrghTTul evenrrrgs of song, dance, and drama. From The begrnnrng sTrarns of The ave-rTure TO The lasT curTarn call, The audrences were held rn rapTure Tor boTh perforrrrances. The oToT oT The ooereTTc: was concerned wrTh The lrfe, love, and wrrhngs of Franz Schuberr The scene opened rn a small, open- arr res'auranT where The Three Kranz gr.rTs, MrTzr, Krfzr, and FriTzi, had come Tor a rendezvous rn The adioining park wrTh The france-s oT TCrTzr and FrrTzr. Also rn The resTauranT was The CounTess La Bel- labruna, Vrennese grand opera arTisTe, who was searchrng for The Baron Franz Schober, wrTh whom she was rnfaTuaTed. Her husband, Courn SharnToTT, wanhng To wrn her back, had pard Franz Schu- berT, The composer, To wrrTe a song Tor her. When The girls re- Turned To The resTauranT, They discovered ThaT Their TaTher had been searchrng for Them and was pacing back and TorTh in fronT of The park enTrance. Franz Schober, learning of The girls' plrghT, ar- ranged Tor MrTzr To sTudy wrTh SchuberT in order To provide an ex- cuse for The grrls presence. WrTh The help of SchuberT, Mr. Kranz Trnally agreed To The marrrage of hrs daughTers, KrTzi and FrrTzr. ATTer The weddrng, CounTess La Bellabruna and MiTz1 became engaged rn a conversaTron, and Bellabruna made The remark ThaT a cerTarn genTleman wrTh The initials "F. S." had broken The hearTs oT many women. MiTzr, who had became inTeresTed in Franz Schu- berT, beireved rT To be hrm, when in realiTy The counTess was re- Terrrng To Franz Schober. SchuberT who was really in love wiTh '.fT'z ' arse, pie s 1 Aocnf r 'rn' Q. 1 " if "eos, mrrrodp: STAFF STudenT DrrecTor . .Sharon Rosenwald Assr STudenT DrrecTor Judy Frnley PublrcrTy .Nancy Dixon Busrness .Gracra Hansen CosTumes Marrlyn Gresser Froperhes. Nancy Krbler Dances . Lrnda Larson STage Crewdohnny Escobar, Jrm Ramos TBeTowj As The curTorn Talls, MiTzr Uaney Rael and Shober srng of Therr love offer berng reunrTed by ShuberT, f A . K , T ' s CAST 'BLOSSOM TIME" Madeira Sparkles and Plecises Mitzi, who had become interested in Franz Schubert, believed it to be him, when in reality the countess was referring to Franz Scho- ber. Schubert who was really in love with Mitzi, wrote a song to her which he asked Schober to sing for him. As Schober sang Schu- bert's love song, Mitzi and he realize that they love each other. As the plot progresses, Schubert was living in poverty and ill health. His life was brightened when he heard that a leading musi- cal society in Vienna was performing one of his works publicly, honoring him 'as a great composer. Complicating it, Schubert learned that Count Sharntoff was about to fight a duel with Scho- ber. Feeling it his duty, he interceded, and assured Sharntoff that the Countess was not at fault but that Mitzi and Schober were lovers. Mitzi, realizing that Schubert was in love with her, returned to pledge her affection for him, but Schubert realized that her heart really belonged to Schober, Not only the cast, but many others were also responsible for the success of "Blossom Time" directed by Mr. Elbert Fly, Mr. C. J. McKee, Mr. George Neaderhiser, and Mr. Robert Hallman. Miss Pat Key and Miss Jeanne Cooper took charge of the dances, Miss Annette Weissbeck assisted with the costumes, Mr. Ted Cast handled the stage sets, Mr. Tom Hinde was dramatic coach and Mr. Harry Nelson was art director, L 1 J N fi Greta. .. .. . . Kuppelweiser. .. Vogl......... .. Von Schwind. . . Countess La Bellabruna. .. Count Scharntoff . .. Franz Schubert.. Fritzi Kranz. .. Kitzi Kranz Mitzi Kranz.. Erkman ..,...,.,. Binder ...,. . .. . Baron Franz Schober.. Waiter.. .. . . Rosi ,,,. .. .. Christian Kranz.. Mrs. Kranz ,... Novotny .....,. Guest Violinist. .. Mrs. Coburg ,..... . . .. . .Janice Calihan .Jim Pantle . .Bob Jovalis .John Swogger .. . .Marsha Legg . .Jim Kesler . Joe Guerrero ... ...... Mildred Tipton .Mary Carter, Marcia Brown ....Nancy Kay, Janey Roe .. ..... .Eldon Tichenor .Sam Lux Mike McKee . .Dan Ralston .. .Kay Stromquist ..... Eldon Harding . Barbara Hodges . . .. Bob Stovall ..Marylyn Smith . .Pat Lawrence My f fgftiff' lTop of pagey From under flowery archways waltzers Mike Mar- lin, Sandra Canfield, Bob Stovall, Charlotte Kentzler, Joellen Senne, and Ronnie Davis glide to "Song of Love". lCenterl After the singing of Shuberts love song, Mitzi lNancy Kayl and Shober discover their love. A miserable Shubert is in the background. lBelowl Fritzi, Mitzi, and Kitzi-three little maids come to meet their beaux l3l The Four Trays - John Swogger, Joe Guerrero, Mike McKee, and Jack Bunds - sing barbershop style. The Charleston Line - Mary Lau- terbach, Sunny Robertson, Alicia Laing, Claudia Shortman, Patricia Bowen, Glenda Price, Karon Olsen, and Georgia Brown - high lockers in short skirts. Barbie Howard in black velvet-tap dancer su- prerne. aww, elwcim www 'Your Show' Introduces New Starlets A delightful display of fresh, new talent was seen by T.H.S. students in the fifth annual production of "Your Show," pre- sented in Hoehner Auditorium on November 3rd. The T955-56 edition boasted a large variety of acts rang- ing from a blues singer, an accordionist duet, and several types of dances, to a pantomime, a barber shop quartet and on acro- batic snake dance. With Noel Scrivner as emcee, and Doug Wilmore and Fritzie Steele in charge of all arrangements, the show presented a sample of what each class had to offer in the entertainment field. Larry Shiner originated "Your Show" during the T951-T952 year in order to discover the hidden talent of "Troy." Since then it has been an annual affair,and is looked upon as one of the outstanding assemblies of the year. The hard work and long practices that went into the pre- paring of the show were well worth the effort as shown by the hearty way in which it was received. Barefooted-Linda Larson, Janice McMillan, and Liz Watts - in a modern dance routine. Marsha Legg and Ulf l Loved You" Marilyn Beaty, Karen Deeter, and Janice Osburn brought "Summertime" bliss. Just Down the Road Apiece pontornimed Bonnie Salisbury and Kay Perry. Not a snake in the grass, but contor- tionist Judy Coffman performing rep- tilian weavings. f 1 IA, Q 'ls lx, Sultan lngemanson has just brought forth two Siamese kits, Joan New to THS, the 'Limburger Quartetteu with Sam Lux Roger Larson, French and Judy Coffman, to entertain his harem and stateside Larry Harris, and Eldon Tichenor serenade the Class of '58, friend, Con Poirier. 769 of Emfcifm paemzh aa The Sophomores Orient Themselves With the eerie music ofa small combo providing an ori- ental atmosphere, the class of '58 celebrated the beginning of their first year at Troy with the Buddha Ball. Japanese lanterns Lrg sg, ,,,,,:, ,A and Chinese symbols decorated the walls. The strings of beads W that hung in the doorway gave the cafeteria the appearance of a Far Eastern cafe. The palace of a sultan was the scene of the program. At the clap of his hands, Paul lngemanson's "harem"-Sue Cross, Judy Stuenkel, Diane Devine, Joyce Wright, Lynda Delfs, Holle Nieman, Suzanne Bird, Kay Swanson, and Teny Von Wolff- brought in the invading "cool cat" from the States, Con Poirier. As Paul again clapped his hands, they entertained Con and the audience with a dance called "So-Jo-Gee." Judy Coffman and Joan French did a pantomime to the "Siamese Cat Song," and a boy's quartet consisting of Sam Lux, Roger Larson, Eldon Tichenor, and Larry Harris sang 'Limburger Sandwich and You." Immediately following the program the sophomores were refreshed by soft drinks and doughnuts. Miss Martha Herrick, class sponor, and Joan French, sophomore social chairman, worked with the various committees to help plan the successful i party-one to be long remembered by the class of '58, ...L -L ' A lAbovel Mouths full, hearts light, the underclassmen get acquainted, --And ,he bond played one as the sophomores experienced their lBelowl Eager hands reach for refreshments from Janet Barnett at h k b first Troian party. l e CO e of' 133 A 'Christmas Tinself Linda Lar- tl son, brought the toys to lfe with I her magic wand, ,fd Yfzlh ' ., .4 X, osgelsb gif. ,,., 1- Tall and handsome - pretty and petite - the King and Queen, 134 Wooden Soldiers on parade-Janice Dailey, Bev Pollard, Marilyn Nol- ler, Lucy Thacher, Mary Lou Schmidt, Lois French, Judy Miller, and Barbara Hardman. . s 144 Bmw Ucrme 7m Sanicfs Troupe Visits Everything was all a buzz in Santas workshop on Christ- mas Eve, as his elves busied themselves with last minute prepa- rations. Things iust weren't going quite right, and Santa was so down-hearted that he was considering not delivering presents at all. Thanks to a wish the elves made, "Christmas Tinsel," a good fairy, appeared and showed Santa that all over the coun- try, as well as in his toy shop, everyone had the right Christ- mas spirit and was eagerly awaiting his arrival. The day was saved, and Santa went off on his Christmas rounds. Before he left, however, he reminded us not to forget that the true reason we celebrate Christmas is that in Bethlehem of Judea many, many years ago the Christ child was born. Then to the lovely strains of "O Holy Night," the T955 All-School Party program was brought to a close, and the time had come for the coro- nation of the royalty. The big event of the evening drew near, and anticipation rose rapidly as each Troian awaited the presentation of the honored couple. The corsage bearers came down the aisle and took their places on the stage. Then while background music was softly played on the organ, the spotlight was turned to the attendants, Jessie Brice and J. B. Littleiohn, Linda Larson and Pete Sumey, Marilyn Gresser and Fritzie Steele, Lois French and John McC5rew, as they walked down the side aisles. John Erickson does the honors! The long, interminable line of congratulations and the smiling recipients of good wishes filled one end ot the cafeteria. Sleepy little girls hold cuddly toys and sing "Santa Claus is Coming to Town." Marilyn Lowe, Bev Elliott, Norma Smith and Janet Juneau. All-School Party At last the suspense was lifted. As rows of faces turned to- ward the center aisle, they saw Bonnie Becker and Ray Christian slowly moving toward the stage to the strains of "All the Things .. You Are." In a thrilling moment, John Erickson, president of Student Congress, crowned Bonnie and Ray as King and Queen of the 1955 All-School Party. Following the coronation the royal party formed a recep- tion line in the school cafeteria which had been transformed into Santa's workshop. Candy canes, evergreen, and even Santa and his reindeer added spice to the cafeteria where Tro- ions danced to the music of Freddie Meinholdt and his band. Although another All-School Party came to a close, the memory of this wonderful evening will long be remembered by all Troians., and the names of Queen Bonnie and King Ray will be added to the honored list of royalty in Troy's Hall of Fame. Freddie Meinholdt and the boys Always a welcome singer, Steve Swan shows his enioy- Dale Taylor presented 'Home ment as Bonnie Becker sings forthe Holidays. Let lt Snow , r ,- ierreshmems wer e Viar, Liz Watts and Mary Fitts. i pol-7Ul0r, David Holmes came to life at the touch of the 'Christmas Tinselu, and was watched over by elfin Sherry Reed. Nadine Harrison taps to "We are Siamese if you please," sing Janet the "Rudolph" tune. me S6949 ww Gwess P Tf- SJW Lund Q1 Lrwsw The 1955 -1 , fag: Royalty rv ,1 el ,zx John McGrew Lois French J. B. Liffleiohn Jessae Brice , E. 44 :ILfir1.JQf1... "f"'fZfQ 6 Ai., . ,xv A. 1 I I' ofsgi 9,5 940 1 1. 5 .' . ff VA" Mc-. In ,- f 4 1 1 Q a 1 " c as I ,,gA.... ,,-.,.,Q ,iv "' 5' f QL 1 L0 Ms 'wx Sw jf AI if K2 xr Y- A N-42,3 X rl ' l X X X 'rf X 1 . Q X, X -x ' N X 7 1 X Q Q I f . I e f fl! "f W' lfl' xrlg 'x-I I' I , 1 Q , f I X x ,,. -K ' , fix' 'fQ,, . H :jj , X flflht' 1 T A f f 4 ' 4'f X X W f .f F xulf 7 1 Q 17 , ' f' ,QQ 'M i' 4 X J ..A- X , Q i, I If XA-,ri l 6 1 5 I 'ef 2 1 ' ' 'Af' A ' X N "I-I Il' N I li J 4 fa me 1 4 E N L I ,A E. gf - ' Lf ,M V l,, , ai Ak H In The shodow f The Tower Teoms Tho? mo e opponents cower Every Trolon feom s o menoce Swlmmlng wresfllng Trock golf fennns Pep clubs moke up brond new hollers For boseboll foofboll boskefboll ers Cheerleoders queens show our esfhefncs Flffeen rohs for Troy s ATHLETICS' 'fel l xc A x l x ,ff 'x 'lla ' l :fl 'lil ll l f I x ,TE X l A. ox l 472 if I I .ffl r .Q I T 2 , ,E I I I I 1 1 T I I . 3' 'Z or 's ff' AC' I s '4 Lrttleiohn, Bob Wariamaker, Dick Brinker, Ken Payne, Harry Jolley, Don Rum- sey, Winston Lee, Joe Kelly, Ray Christian, and Norman Swartz. S THS 12 6 13 12 20 7 21 6 21 ssion 14 7 O 6 7 Crown in Undefeotecl, Untiecl Season Following the East game, the Trojans had a one week lay- off in which they organized their own intra-squad game. The squad was evenly divided and Coach Bodenhausens Whites defeated Coach Larry Reid's Blacks, 18-14. As a result of their impressive victory over Wichita East, Boclenhausens forces finally attained recognition as the states top team. The Trojans' first obstacle in maintaining their top ranking was fifth rated Salina. The game was played at Salina, but Topeka overcame the Maroons, 21-6. The game was cli- maxed by Ed Albergs 90-yard touchdown run and the brilliant defensive Topeka line play. Topeka captured their fifth win in a row and their first Sun- flower League victory when they edged Shawnee Missron, 21-14. J. B. Littleiohn and Willie Coleman, the 1-2 fullback punch for the "gold and black," each scored one touchdown and both were outstanding on defense. Only ten seconds remained in the Wyandotte game when Ed Alberg passed to Tom Coleman in the flat. Coleman weaved past three Bulldog defenders and went 59-yards into the end zone for the games only touchdown. Rex Palter converted to give the Troians a 7-0 margin and their sixth victory. At this point only Washington Rural and Ward stood in Topekas path. Rural's single-wing provided no trouble for the determined Trorans, Lrttleiohn again provided the spark as Tl-15 posted their most one-sided victory of the year, 26-6. Now only Ward remained. The Cyclones scored first and gave the Tro- ians a first-half nightmare. However, the Bodenhausen forces recovered their com- H posure in the second half, ii K, as they posted a convincing 1 21-7 win. Littleiohn put on a one man show as he L ,Q raced for 206 yards in 23 ' ', gl Q - carries, and halfback Fred i gl - ,' Rogers scored 2 touch- T. ' ' A ,' 9. downs. ' -i '- At the seasons end ' Vu- i '- Bodenhausen attributed his ri , .,"' V, , , team's success to "an over- ""1 A ' ' ix all team effort, and the .4 a 'A leadership of our co-cap- ' A-P ' tains and other seniors." ,.. .-1 Co-captains, Ray Christian and Norman Swartz plan Topeka's at- tack with coach Otto Bodenhausen. 143 9x 367 End Larry Schneider was named the Topeka Dally Capltals Ltnernen at the Week. Charles Holle saw a great deal ot actlon at left end and was a frequent starter, to All-State Eleven lBelow, lettl Fred Rogers, Trolan haltback, gathers ID a pass tram quar- terback Ed Alberg durlng the Wuchlta East game. The play was good for l5 yards and a tlrst-down. l lBelow, rlghtl Larry Schneider trys an vain . 4 Rex Polter lacked fifteen of seventeen extra paints, un- cladlng the one whnch beat Lawrence. V QW 1 A an Clayton Brice was one of the hnest detenslve backs ln the state. -I arp 5 to break up thus Washington son, Rural pass-catchlng ace, I i Center John McGrew was a detensrve star and an Alle Stater. l vw' Senior guard Jim Mah won has tlrst letter tor his time play this year. Gnvung the Trolans reserve strength at guard was senior Don Wells. Rural pass play. Bruce Thomp- made a grab for along gain, Giving the team a late sea- son spark was Fred Rogers, halfback. s avi 4 Dick Brinker was a defensive regular at tackle, vkt' 'I: I "' r Junior quarterback Ed Alberg Bob Ebendorf was the only John Petferson, lunior tackle, Bob Woncmaker, a 203- durected the Trotan attack tunior on the All'Suntlower was one ot the team s tinest pound tackle, displayed real and earned his second letter, league tearn. blockers, speed and defensive ability, J. B. Littletohn smashes tor extra yardage rn 'ne Washington Rural gorne. Jim Sortor l2ll makes the tackle as B ,Presson f2Ol Rural s All-League haltback, comes up to help 1 Ernie Longstaff was a s'a"e' Joe Kelly's vrqrous tackung ,-ef. 1, G"'9h"'11' 'O' DC" ct 'fe 1I"11I, :'- ii: .-.::s a 'eat swf . season tc 'gaze Baftennausen 146 -N gleam latin Ebenclorf Nab Topeka High, atter winning eight games in a rovv in l955, will undoubtedly be looking forward to the l956 season with eager anticipation. Even as the Troians tought their way to the state title this year, it was obvuous that Coach Baden- hausen was building for next season. Juniors played an Important role nn Topeka s success. Eleven luniors lettered. Newt fear Bodenhausen will have veterans re- ., 1. V ,. , .,. . ,-V . if- , q,,.v . 4, , v ,-1-v . t 'wi but 4: " 'K "-f"'f'-73.5-':'f'rU' -' si Halfback Tom Coleman gathers speed as he circles right' end against Wichita East. John Yarbrough l4Ol, Wichita halfback, brought Cole- man down after a short gain. All-League Berth turning at every position except left half and center. The Trojans will be three deep at tackle, and their starting quarterback, Ed Alberg, will be back, Bob Ebendorf, an all-league choice at guard, leads an impressive list of returning linemen. In addition, Topekas B-team and sophomore team both posted impressive seasonal score cards. Together they compiled a 9-l record. So-what about l956. Opponents, LOOK OUT. Here comes Topeka! Ward tacklers converge on To- peka s Ed Alberg as the Troian quarterback carries for a short Giving the Troians speed and depth at guard was Larry Burngrover, a iunior. vt- . N' L Harry Jolley wasa standout Willie Coleman gave the at lett end on both offense Troians real debth atfullback and defense. goml Fred Rogers l22l looks for someone to block as J. B. Littleiohn rips off some extra yardage against Washington Rural. Rogers wore the odd-looking face-guard to protect his eye-glasses. Showing promise at offensive halfback and defensive tackle was Lathon Johnson. Joe Copp did a fine iob at defensive end and offensive center. lA7 9 ,.f- Trarah players rush onto The held before The Wichita East game as a bevy of pep club grrls Tead1he cheering. Topeka aosTed an Impressive 20-7 win before a near capacrfv Homecoming crowd. -.Q f-Z X , LEADERS TEAM TOTALS Furs? Downs Rushrng Yardage Passmg Yardage Passes Afvempved Passes Compleved Passes Invrcepfed by Punts Punvmg Average Penalhes Yards Penahzed Total Forms Lvwerohf Passmg Yardage A' A berg Pass Recervmg Coleman T Punvmg ATberQ SCORTNG TD LrnTeroh'v 9 Colemaw T A PoTver 0 ATberQ 2 Rogers 2 Schnerde' 2 Coleman, W T Longsfaff T FOOTBALL STATTSTTCS Rushmg Yardage Cones Yards Comp U Ccthes 9 Krixs 30 PAT n 6 O T 5 A 6 O O O O 'r-TS 82 T514 336 48 T7 8 3T 339 36 285 TAT Avg 59 Yds 336 Yds T44 Avg 34 5 To' 54 28 T5 T2 T2 T2 6 6 OPP B2 T337 395 64 25 3 2:4 28 T 22 T67 58 vwfm Q A 47 QW Reicl's B-Team Posts Perfect I Xvu Yes? wwe" 'He T'crar1sb'as?ed Para' C Bodewhausery mth hrs zJ::f'e'e:: znasetaar ohe hand zorwgczr, :zfes Czaaw f- :iv Ed Ahnerg on a hae seasaf S :U av I ,f ws-W. 1 Terse ::Tave's cha a worrred coachfearlv 'rw fhe Washrngmn R,raTi:C1'Y'E He.-.ever the expressrorws changed Tore' wh The 266 COD- "2 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL SQUAD Front Row Davtd Roe Donald Benny Veon Gurss Dan Escobar B ll Curry and Ray Merrrck Row 2 Davld Sloyer Mlke Blalsdell Gary Srntth Steve Whtte Gary Peterson and Glen Dodd Row 3 Jack Lund Jrm Locke Larry Starbuck Glenn Rogers James Abbat Rtchard Mrst ler Gene Barley Jrm Nelson Jerry Waldschrnldt Steve Scott Benny Wysong Raymond Frye J D Barger Charles Southard and Robert Krentnger Year, Sophomores Topeka Hugh s sophomore and B team both cornptled rm presstve 1955 records The Bteam coached by Larry Reid trounced each of tts opponents by two touchdowns or more They battered Htghland Park twrce and Shawnee Mrsston Wy andotte and Washtngton Rural each once Compile 4 1 Record successful as the B team lt comptled a 51 record wtth tts only defeat comtng at the hands ot Lawrence 14 6 Thus loss snapped a 13 game wnnnrng streak whtch started two years ago Among the soph s tive vtctortes were two wins over Hayden Topeka won these two games by 20 7 and 25 19 scores Coach Chet Davenport s opnomore team was almost as B T AM THS OPPONENT Highland Park Htghland Park Shawnee Mtsston 12 Wyandotte Washrngton Rural 6 SOPHOMORE TEAM OPPONENT Atchtson Hayden Hlghland Park Hayden Seaman Lawrence FOOTBALL MANAGERS Larry Ruggles Barry Wilkes and Gary Jenkrns FOOTBALL COACHES Front Row Marvrn Bayless C A Davenport and Otto Bodenhausen Row 2 Larry Read Charles Gordon and Harold Blackburn 149 t - Q . Q' X A x ,X t X i- t , X- 5 I T 5 . A . , . - - 1 1 14. Q ' X A NS, x 5 .' ' L rl -. l X l 'Q ' i Y . h 6 - . s - . X K 3 ! 2 - K hx - I C 1 r f' ' ' -fx fx- VQX A I ' I ' x ' I "vb .11 N . X 4' 0 ' Q at I' tl l n E , l V 1 38 ' 6 " 1 20 ' 6 27 ' ' 39 O 30 A A . ' 1 rHs 1 t 12 ' O ' I 20 7 1 f 31 ' 18 ' 25 19 26 12 6 14 QUEEN SHARRON ST JOHN mm 1 50 WKLSON ATTEN DAN1 DONNA DANT LOIS FRENCH f N- f I .xx N "Sharyn Blanko is the name", Colonel Pembroke, emcee of the Homecoming assembly, was told by Beverly Pol- lard, Janice Dailey, and Sharyn after the three had finished their pantomime. Third prize-winning American Field Service float rolls Excited pepsters add spirit to the Homecoming parade. around the Moore Bowl track during the half-time ceremonies. Ecwfm, pafmcfe, G , WWW Homecoming Activities Enliven Season With the crowd cheering wildly, the smiling queen candi- dates waved from their royal cars as they cruised around the track at Moore Bowl. In a moment, all would know who the fifteenth annual Topeka High Homecoming Queen would be. The weeks of preparation by the committees of Representative Council, the drill practice of the pep clubs, and the innumerable band rehearsals had finally reached a climax. At long last, on the night of October 7, the names of the at- tendants, Lois French and Donna Wilson, were boomed across the silent field. Escorted by Doug Wilmore, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Roy Boley, Vice-President of the Student Congress, they began their walk through the avenue of raised pompoms made by the Regular and Honor Pep Clubs. Then came her maiesty, Queen Sharron St. John, on the arm of John Erickson, President of the Student Congress. After the cheers of the crowd had diminished, the lights on the field were dimmed, and a spotlight shone on the royal party. Then came the big moment--Sharron was crowned Home- coming Queen by Mr. M. J. Whitson, assistant superintendent of schools. She was presented with a bouquet of gold daisies and mums, while her attendants were given corsages of yellow mums. In the formation of a crown, the band serenaded the queen with strains of "All the Things You Are." Leaving the throne, the party returned through the archway of pompoms to take their seats of honor and watch the remainder of the game. A varsity dance honoring the royalty followed the victorious game. The football co-captains, Ray Christian and Norman Swartz, presented autographed footballs to the queen and her attendants. Laughing as she walks through the Honor Pep Club arch on the arm of John Erickson, the pretty queen steps up to her throne at tit: Sharron St. John is crowned queen of the i955 Homecoming by Mr, Whitson, as attendants Donna Wilson and Lois French, with their the vqrgity, escorts Roy Boley and Doug Wilmore, look on, l5l f 1 WE l ,JL-.W 'Brel v1vqniw.rw-vw Q -lf: 1. V . ..qq..,q. Q G 1 bf'fx'z,: ' ' 785' 1-,Q . -' ' fi ls'-x ",g.,:.:5f ' 3 r- A-1 X Q The M Wilfdli T r Y, f X , C. ,, .pf hy y , in l ,HH . J.-- A AND B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS Jim Painter, Mimi Davis, Bonnie Beclrer, Bev Baird, Linda Hughes, Sandy Hopkins, Marcia Brown, Gary Steele, Linda Bee- mon, and Jon Elcholtz "QM Me .JW Smit MW em We mmf' Cheerleaders Inspire Trojan Spirit T-R-O-J-A-N' chant B-Team cheerleaders Linda Hughes, Mimi Davis, Gary Steele, and Lindo Bee- man. Step on the starter, yell A-Team cheer- lears Bonnie Becker, lon Eicholtz, Sandy Hoplrlns, Marcia Brown, lim Painter and Bev Baird. With overwhelming pep and energy, our THS cheerleaders bounced through the season full of school spirit, yells, and vigor, whether at football or basketball games. The six A-team cheer- leaders and four B-team pepleaders were elected by students in an all-school election last fall. The cheerleaders made numerous sacrifices and spent many hours of practice as they were determined to do their best to cheer our teams to victory. Leading us at every game, in some- times freezing temperatures, and at all our pep assemblies, they were a great asset to our school spirit. Sponsored by Miss Pat Key, they upheld the Topeka High tradition of good sportsmane ship, Many thanks are due these lively students, who were ol- ways there cheering the teams on, for their tireless energy and spirited leadership. HONOR PEP. Front Row: Lynne Martin, Sally Mack, and Jane Chalmers. Row 2: Margaret Herr, Shirley Houck, and Ro- deneJennings. Row 3: Janet Mann, Jo- anne Taylor, and Sharon Rosenwald. Row 4: Marilyn Senne, Gracia Hansen, and Sharyn Blanka. Row 5: Jeanette Ferrell, Jody Crowder, and Mary Lou Schmidt. Row 6: Janet Viar, Charlene Oroke, and Judy Clark. Row 7: Lois French, Barbara Hardman, and Lama Carlson. Row 8: Bev Pollard, Marilynn Baker, and Ann Rhodes. Row 9: Marilyn Noller, Mary Fitts, and Colene Henson. Row 10: Joyce Atchison, Grace Saw- yer, and Nancy Kibler. Row 11: Joan Preston, Janet Gladfelter, and Sherry Reed. Row 12: Linda Larson, Lucy Thacher, and Sonnie Smith. Row 13: Www Me Q P p and 'T' Club With the promotion of school spirit and enthusiasm at ath- letic events as their aims, the Topeka High Girls' Pep Clubs played a maior role in school life this year. Every game day found the girls clad in the black skirts and sweaters of regular pep or the white sweaters and blouses with black skirts of Honor Pep. Heading the joint pep clubs were Linda Larson, president, and Linda Compton, vice-president. The combined clubs were active this year in many ways other than iust being in their seats at all football and basketball games. The girls decorated a float for the Homecoming parade and sponsored an assembly during the football season. Planning the first varsity of the bas- ketball season and sponsoring buses to several out-of-town 154 Diane Henry, Barbara Jones, Nancy Davis, Janice Hastings, Marcia Miller, Sandra Frienrnuth, Mary Norris, Carolyn Silver, Liz Watts, Sally Foose, Marianne Marshall, Susan Kliewer, and Barbara Barnett. Row 14: Karen Davenport, Rosemary Poirier, Marla Leuenberger, Deanna Percifield, Leona Lewis, Kathy Schmid, Mary Carter, Dottie Kieswetter, Sally Carnahan, Joellen Senne, Karen Deeter, and Wanda Petefish. Row 15: Peggy Tholl, Nancy Constable, Kay Vin- cnet, Barbara Jo Mitchell, Dixie Cook, Dorothy Trickett, Janet Schrock, Virginia Smith, Judy Tyler, Virginia Davies, Mari- lyn Gresser, Mary Jo Burke, and Annette Fluke. Missing: Linda Asay, and Clau- did Shortman. i I Control Enthu ia m games, these pepsters were always eager to develop Trojan spirit. The regular pep club, composed of about three hundred members, worked hard trying to achieve the goal of becoming members of Honor Pep. They made posters to advertise games, took part in the homecoming ceremony, sold ads for basketball programs, decorated goal posts, and registered at games. Of- ficers elected were: Marilyn Gresser, president, Barbie Howard, vice-president, and Virginia Smith, secretary-treasurer. A thrilling occasion for all girls was at the annual PepClub party last spring when the newly chosen members of Honor Pep were announced. Big sister to regular pep, this honorary C' i 1 - T l .r g Z Q I' i' K . ' 5 if .A K' ! ,I .in v 1 l ' .jf l- 4 A N I it i ru T CLUB. Front Row: Dick Matthes, Ted Wheat, Dave Curnutt, Fritzie Steele, Bob Lindsay, Jerry Jackson, Clayton Brice, Rex Polter, and Dan Ralston Row 2: Larry Blum, Roger Burgess, John Woh'forth Arthur Proctor, Allen Meyers, organization was made up of seventy-five iunior and senior girls who had been outstanding in their activity in regular pep Encouraging good sportsmanship, the Honor Pep Club led the cheering section as they formed the white "T" in the black background, a time-honored Troian custom. Forming the aisles through which the Homecoming Queen and Queen of Courts walked were among the duties which served as an inspiration to the regular pep girls.Organizing Honor Pep this year were its officers: Sharon Rosenwald, president, and Joanne Taylor, vice- president. The T-Club, clad in bright gold sweaters, was another group which helped to create a winning spirit in the school. Consisting of boys who had lettered in any sport, this group was a val- uable asset to all athletic functions. Projects ofthe club were a hayrack ride, the sponsoring ofa family at Christmas, a Sadie Hawkins Dance, and a spring dinner for members and their dates, The T-Club boys, under the leadership of "Heavy" Erwin, were in charge of selling programs at the regional basketball tournament in March. A mid-semester and spring initiation were features ofthe year. Presiding over the regular monthly club meetings were, president, Pete Sumey, viceepresident, Fritzie Steele, secretary-treasurer, John Bird, and sergeant-of-arms, Glen Long. Bill Haney, Ray Scheuermann, Ron Johnson, Terry Petty, and Norman Swartz. Row 3: Lynn Fry, Ralph Redmond, Ray Christian, Willie Coleman, Bob Wik. kerink, Ed Poort, Glen Long, Dan Lundgren, and Jeb Barham, ., .-.nvsayffg-'tw' I r T CLUB OFFICERS. John Bird, Fritzie Steele, Pete Sumey and Glen Long, PEP CLUB OFFICERS. Front Row: Marilyn Gresser, Linda Larson, and Joanne Taylor. Row 2: Linda Compton, Sharon Rosenwald, Virginia Smith, and Barbie Howard, T CLUB Fronl Row: Larry Deever, Bob Butler, Charles Holle, Jerry Upchurch, Chuck Farnsworth. Row 3: D. L, Erwin, Clifford Starbuck, Bob Wanamaker John Bird, John McGrew, Bob Ebendorf, Steve Swan, Jon Eicholtz, and Jack Norman Schiesser, John Petterson, Pete Sur-ney, Joe Copp, Dick Brinker, Harry Shutt Row 2: John Horton, Ernie Longstaff, Don Wells, Jimmy Mah, Jahn Jolley, Joe Kelly, and Ed Saylor, Missing: Gary Hall and Allen Oldham Stumbo, Larry Barngrover, Jim Fretz, Tom Coleman, Larry Schneider, and l55 T, ,. --1 X , nm, llllillJl fi get X -. - ii 55 V 86" v,37,?'sz .E - l Es QI X Q. 5 ,Q L' Ed Alberg was used this year ' when things began to get rough , as Coach Dean put it, and was a tough com- petitor all the time. Pete Sumey, always a tough man to guard and a potent rebounder, was es- pecially adept with his two-hand lump shot. Season' Mark During the Christmas holidays, THS was a guest team at the High- land Park Invitational Tournament, and came home with the first place trophy. Topeka, the tallest team in the tourney, thumped Hayden, 88-66, edged Ottawa, 48-44, and then in the finals defeated defending tourney champion, Manhattan, 59-58. The Troians followed their tourney championship with two succes- sive wins as Mission fell 62-60 and Highland Park was an easy 6l-47 victim. Topeka, after a five-game winning streak, played host to Wyan- dotte and there the streak ended as the Troians met a humbling 60-45 defeat. Deans cagers recovered quickly and went on to post five more victories before Wyandotte returned to again "break the string," 67-43. Between the two Wyandotte losses, the Troians recorded wins over Law- rence, Atchison, Washington, Shawnee Mission, and Ottawa. On February 25, Topeka again tromped outmanned Highland Park, 62-5l. Then finishing its regular season, Topeka met Salina and once more went down to defeat, 75-60. The men of Troy were at their offensive best during the AA regional tournament in Topeka. The Trojans, honored with a first round bye, pleased the howling home-team crowd as they raced past Hayden, 66- 50, and Atchison, 82-53, on their way to the regional title. ln the state meet, the Troians werent as fortunate as they dropped their opener to Parsons, an old nemesis, 119-45. Wyandotte, pre-tourney favorite and twice conqueror of Topekll, was edged in the finals by Newton, 45-39. Arkie Hudkins l3ll and Glen Long battle with a Shawnee Mis- sion player for a loose ball as Pete Sumey l29t looks on To- peka won the heated contest 74-59, Yr ' - I i I 1' ,-. Don Moe and Norm Schiesser were Jack Deans managers and both did a fine rob. ...-.T.-o - v--- - --v-1 H' T, sr""""' Tom Coleman, speedy guard, earned his second basketball letter and was a Trolan main- stay. Louie Vallcs, one of two iuniors to start a game this year, broke up many a zone defense with his long lump- shots. l-I 'k --to 'Q' Don Duck Perkrns battlrng Iunror guard wasnt a starter but was used frequently and was noted for hrs shootrng and agressrveness X03 B Teom Posts Brll If B Team and Sophomore records mean anythrng then Topeka Hugh s basketball future appears very secure Coach Jack Dean undoubtedly beams wuth delight when he thanks about the unlrmrted posslbllltles whrch hrs Sophomore and B Team play ers have displayed this year The Trolan B Team under , rnomg r mms mms X l TIDJIIS f mug many Tm ,ynuanls SOPHO AORE SQUAD Sitting L Co R J cha Ms v e a k h Ilonf 151 Record the able supervlsron of Chuck Gordon posted an unbelrevable l5 l record Their only defeat came at the hands of the Shaw nee Mission B s by a rather lopstded 48 34 margrn However the Trolans reversed thus decrsron later IN the year 45 37 Under the sterlrng guidance of veteran coach Chet Daven port the Sophomore quintet had a srmrlar measure of success They recorded a respectable lO 3 mark wrth one of these de feats comrng at the hands of Gordon s taller and more expert enced B Team by the score of 62 33 Joe Redmond has the remarkable Jack Shutt, 5 8 senror guard abrlrty of splnnrng the ball on the and shortest man on the team A tap rn by Glen Long lcenter rn black unrtorml end of hrs trnger, and rs also atop was a top ball handler and as good for two pornts as Loure Vallas l28l and all around player playmaker Arkre Hudkrns l3ll arrrve too late to help l59 O 'r 1 ' I .1 I lx I ' ' ' " f i- - ' "T " J 7 C l l t T - , ,' T ' ' ae 29 , A l ' l 1 rt l I I I T ' ' ' l I rr : ,X l' . ' M. Q . 'xv A , A- -- A ' r - ,Ll - ' ' "' 'X r I XJ X, X " , I ' l X luis. A 'Tr' t - y X as pax! 21 , ' -.'k . . 'T"" b- , .'- ' H " ' , tr A ' : 'zrw ok rcnara K' ewe' Jw' Abt'o't, ' I I Jerry Wa dsihrntd' lor, Yeager and Bop Benoth Standing: Sam Lux, Denns Hertrngnn, Rr rrg r' e',Pf1,,l l'l3',G'3r Smrth, E-rerettk wrs, Fr n CCN- rrck, ard C e' Dafenpod I O - - C T 4 , Q l T' " fe! . X Y--L - 53 " l ,, ll t QUEEN JANET GLADFELTER AT 1 60 TEND ANT 1. OSENW MD ATTENDAIW GR ARON R A A. 4, - In the "Tower Room ', chanteuse Bonnie Becker entertains the patrons with her rendition of "Birth of the Blues" accompanied by a iazz combo. With a rose in her hair, Senorita Linda Larson proves to Senor Jim Ramos that it takes two to tango. Royal Ceremony Fetes Basketball Team Excitement was keen on the day of February lO as anxious Troians tried to visualize who would reign as Topeka Highs third Queen of Courts. Preluding the memorable evening was an assem- bly sponsored by Representative Council. The THS stage was trans- formed into the luxurious "Tower Room" where the queen candidates who had been elected by the basketball squad were introduced. As the half-time of the game with Shawnee-Mission approa- ched, all was in readiness. Through a heart of Honor Pep girls which was formed around the throne, came attendants Sharon Rosenwald and Grace Sawyer escorted by John Erickson and Roy Boley, President and Vice-President of Student Congress. Then to the strains of "Song of Love", Janet Gladfelter was announced Queen of Courts and escorted to her throne by Doug Wilmore, Speaker of Representative Council. In the regal ceremony, Janet was crowned by Mayor George Schnellbacher and presented with a bouquet of white carnations and pink roses. A varsity following the Troian victory honored the royal trio. Tom Coleman and Glen Long, representing the basketball squad, presented the royalty with autographed basketballs. With the theme built around Valentines Day, hearts and flowers provided a decorative background to the cafeteria where ioyous Troians danced to the music of Buddy Browns band. In time honored fashion, Topekas May- or Schnellbacher places a crown on the head of the queen of the bas- ket ball season. Amid a thunderous ova- tion, Queen Janet Glad- felter descends from her royal throne onthe arm of Doug Wilrnore. Convicts: Bev Elliott, Marilyn Lowe, Norma Smith, and Janet Juneau sing of their chain-gong days at the varsity. lil Billowed in chiffon, smiling queens hold autographed I basketballs as they reign over their varsity, at K7 in l CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Front Row: Jack Shutt, Chuck Farnsworth, and Dan Ralston. Row 2: D. L. Erwin, Ray Scheuermonn, Terry Petty, and Norman Schies- ser. fgafblfcw .Seah flew SOQCQCQ-Z Qeccwcf Harriers Plaguecl by Coach "Heavy" Erwin's T955 cross-country team displayed an abundance of talent, but inconsistent individual performances held the Trojans back. Topeka copped three seconds, two thirds, one fourth, and one ninth place during the season. Junior, Dan Ralston anchored Troy's team for most of the year. Ralston ran his best race over the Shawnee Country Club course here in Topeka, touring the two-mile course in 9:25 to establish a new school record. This performance broke the former record, held by Julius Lincoln, which was 9:26:5. During the early part of the season, Ralston placed second in four straight meets. However, Dan slipped tothirty-third in the state meet, thus emphasizing the inconsistency which plagued the Troian harriers all year. Topeka's two big meets, as always, were the six-team Haskell Invitational, and the Kansas University Invitational, where eighteen teams completed,The late ter is unofficially recognized as the state meet in cross-country. The Trojans placed third at Haskell,as Ralston took fourth place to lead the THS finishers. Chuck Farnsworth, Troy's second best runner for most ofthe Season, finished in sixteenth position. However, Erwin's harriers closed the season at K. U. in a rather disappoint- ing fashion. They finished in ninth place in the team standings--Billy Mills, Has' kells great distance ace, won this meet in the blazing time of 9f2T.2. In this meet, annually rhe largest in Kansas, over ninetyefive boys competed for individual and team honors. Chuck Farnsworth ran a fine race and was Topekas highest finisher. Chuck placed thirtieth, Ralston, thirty-thirdylack Shutt, fortieth, Terry Petty, forty-second, and Ray Scheuermann, forty-fifth. Coach "Heavy" Erwin lettered only the five boys who participated in the Kansas Uni- versity lnvitational. Of these five, only Ralston will return next year. T62 7 9 ,lx r , ' U. X 6 6 X, i . cs T 0 T l i ,1- gi -X sw-.Q FX ol 3, Topeka Held at Teams Competing second Topeka Haskell, Highland Park, Topeka second Topeka Wyandotte, Wichita East, Highland Park, Topeka fourth Emporia Wichita East, Wichita West, Wyan- dotte, Wichita North, Emporia, Topeka second .. Topeka Shawnee Mission, Emporia, Highland Park, Topeka tl1IVCl 5l1OWf1e6 Shawnee Mission, Wyandotte, Topeka Mission third Haskell 6 teams lnvitational ninth K U. Invitational T8 teams-95 contestants ' Inconsistency i .-1 Shown here in an early season work- out on the THS track are Dan Ralston and Chuck Farnsworth. ll 4153, Recoa Topeka Oppone ts 32 XNyarido'tE 36 '3 W cava No'rh 55 29 Wichita East A8 35 Wyandotte A2 A8 Wentworth T2 '9 Wichita North 58 6th D :ce State Meet if SWIMMING TEAM. Front Row: Bill Brandenburg, Bob Butler, Steve Fink, John Stumbo, Hayden St. John, Dick Rearnon, and Roger Larson. Row 2: Coach Vernon Hayes, Allen Meyers, Bob Wikkerink, David Cald- well, Dan Lundgren, Ed Paort, Harry Bowen, and Ron Johnson. Missing: Jeb Barham, Mike Blaisdell, and Swimmers Show Topeka's T956 swimming season was repetitious of past years if one bases his opinion merely onthe won-lost record. The THS finmen posted a lackluster T-5 mark and finished a distant sixth in the state meet, However, the record was deceiving. The Troians, led by underclassmen, improved rapidly all season, and will lose only four members of this years squad through graduation. Only state champion Wichita North whipped THS badly. North, whom the Troians met twice, went home with one-sided 55-T3 and 58-T9 wins tucked sol- Modercife Gains ln their other meets, THS dropped two close decisions to Wyandotte by six and seven points respectively, and were drowned by power-laden Wichita East by a T9 point margin. Captain Bob Wikkerink, the most regular point getter, took four firsts and one second in competition. Wikkerink swam in the 40, TOO, and 200-yard free-styles. Ed Poort, Steve Fink, and Mike Blaisdell also copped their share of points for the finmen's cause. Against Wentworth, five Topekans came away with blue rib- bons. Wikkerink, Blaisdell, Poort, Fink, and Bill Brandenburg all splashed their way home ahead idly under their belts. Went- worth, Troy's only win in '55, obliged again this year as Coach Hayes' crew won, 48-TQ. of the opposition in the years finest performance. The state meet, where To- peka failed to garner a single point, was really a black mark on an otherwise moderately suc- cessful season. The Trojans, placing sixth, returned home without a single medal winner. ' Jeb Barham executes a difficult back flip in diving competition Bob Wikkerink, Troy's swim- ming captain, is touched off by Ed Poort lin waterl on the last leg of the medley relay. Bill Brandenburg takes an early lead as he displays some good starting form. N QHME Q! Q. ff, r N - ff 'X 154 4 'qv ,ff x , VW, f 4, J XI: X' I l N' .25 1 , , sl V X ' , ,, Q . , H X 1 x Q! N X 1 .X 0 L " ' X V 49 We A ' 2 f ff III Yi. .mlm I! fx Q I-3. W X f I 'iff , I I ' a f YU 5 ' X ' Q . J I , X xv A XA K v 'Xxx ? iw sur diff l ia-QZJXQLQKW :fxf In The shoalow of The Tower Bocklng up! eoch yeor s Sunflower In The shodow of The Dome Serving eoch Topeko home Shop the merchonfs whose ods here In your onnuol do oppeor Businessmen they ore not musers Thonk you Sunflower ADVERTISERS! x !4-7- ,X , , X rrfcs 1 i k f x X w S an-1 Q J 1 1 T, I X r rx V 7, I' 1'gf' Q 7 W ff xu'uu4L1.u Xe' fy Q S 4 ,li 'w ,sl li 1, 0 4 :R r M f Nr rr X S 2 K ,f Z Z! nfsg ff' .,'S,, 4 if ft I i 1f'S The Glass most BEAUTIFUL Mowers for 9 your C 8 COI'T16 TOTT1 Has It l0I'iSf 724 Jackson Phone 2 osaa 0000 W '0"' 0' Retirement Juvenile do rt now' Mortgage Retrrement mfg AMERICA HUME LIFE IZVSZMXVJE MWAWI All Types of Llfe 9th and Harrison Topeka Kansas P 'Q C 00 GENERAL ELECTRIC STORE WM FRANK HUBBELL College Shop for Grrls fy w 1 E 3918W 21st 5 508 d t f , I I n u 1,0 I , To ko,S h S h TOPEKA'S EXCLUSIVELY 9 Owner One Twen es ighth I G I B SAME DM SERVICE CLOTHING CO jwo jopeka Stores Nw. 527 Kansas 106 East 6th CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY INC Other Stores In Ne er an extra charge Manhattan Salma Lawrence and Ammuo Texas 5 onuement .focatlona c e ser' I' A r Models Lindo Larson Mary Norris ond Julie Walker pose IH cosuol ond school clothes L-1-1 ra r NW li .1 L7 lf! l 'WI Milli A f Wqwlzmmlam MII inane TOPEKA S POPULAR STORE lUhopper Burger Drlve Inn WA 'l0tl1 and MacVlcar The Burger That Makes 612 614 KANSAS AVENUE a Meal 3Oc P e S 31 at 'V+ 9 5:5 A , . .. V .. 9 I . I i 1 l X ' - XX - - -g., V 2 1 YM ' if f' , We- " -rw A. -V- '-5-e., ,517 E H R ' L ' , ' ' A P 1 fl . f ll if . W! L , , . I 53- l fgfv- ' Alt! ,ll fx gtNi"lKf5 , W .M . g llisliilifwl ' -5 41 . ,llxll 1 4 'T I i ll 1 ilu-Q-A.......-4 1 I l U 1 hon -13 PI1o'rog ra pI1er IS A PROFESSIONAL MAN For the Finest In 2 REMBRANDT STUDIOS VIRGINIA ELLEN STUDIO WICHERS PORTRAIT STUDIO CHRISTOPHER STUDIO CORLISS HATHAWAY HODGE STUDIO BOEGER STUDIO J 1 014 A111091 al? 1015 70312 2 7 4 Konscs Konsos Kansas Kcnsos Konscs Konsos Kcmsos YOUR IIIIIIIIIIIII !5f.1,Wf,,,f:f, gl ,,,, - ,Siu 17 W If -- f - A 5981 3 3298 4 0939 8 8664 2 0424 7153 2 581 'I STANONERY co. C0""P'ime'1'S Of VCV KANSAS AVENJE YOFEKA, KANSAS DEE EHIEHSHH SPORTING GOODS CO. GREETING CARDS BOOKS 932 Kansas Ave. Phone 5-4269 STATIONERY FOUNTMN PENS The Sfore Behind fhe Sporfs FINE PHOTOGRAPHY wk Construction Bu GLAMOUR 8: BRIDAL ALWAYS REMEMBER 812 Ad WICHERS FUR PICTURES Bulde s of Today for A D WICHERS ASP M PHOTOG th Ho es of To orro ff t's BRIMAIVS Scrmopshw Bros fm' D'AmW" BRIMAN S L gg g ferlrkny M0062 1 28 Kansqs Axe Topeka Kansas ELGIN d BL LCN A QANISONITF 602 Kansas A e 841 N Ka sas A Jauha ., Inc. cms H 77 i r . . , . . . e m rn w I ' -' 1 I Sn ' o 'fi wh7ff"11f0A2 IJ , A' an ' ' , L .' . Vfarches u a e fr ' f , r Y K I V , v . . n ve. ik KYLIN Towers ROLLER RINK 45? 9 RSROA Charles Evans plays has Open 'Ue5d0Y Hammond organ for our skatnn en o ment to Sunday Y 9 ' Y 528 Quincy Phone 4 5580 A? B 6 M Wywka wmna The Statuon Most People Listen to Most 7250 on your dval Broadcastmg Go I nc l7lXlllI'8S ELECTRIC CCMPANY 118 W 8th Trlumph Hoy' Hoy' Mughty Troy' Strange thus insignificant phrase should stuck ID my mind at such a time as this Not even the long gray robe or tasselled mortarboard can change thnngs Here mt stays the memories of my hugh school days' Champions' We nabbed the state crown Unbeaten untled nothmg stood rn the way of our determmed football squad Never wlll I forget that Lawrence game How the crowd went wlld as Tom Coleman crossed the goal lme' Then the game was clnched wlth Rex Polter s nerve racking con verslon Lovely Queen Sharron relgned with appropriate dagnlty the sweetheart f the football team The ceremony went oft wnthout a flaw surpruse ending to a dns mal practice an ankle deep muck What' Our beautiful school mar fall shocked students entered a trans formed Troy Thelr comments were not easlly forgotten smce I felt exactly the same way Why wood'-7 In case of flre they d be the flrst to burn' But butter as I am the fact remains N matter how much congestlon they caused the dear flre doors are here to stay' Anyway the wood has a beautiful gram! The modern trend came to the cafe terra Old English chandeliers gave way to recessed fluorescent lughtmg and the push carts had vanlshed Wonder what would have happened If ld lumped on a conveyor belt Mass rebelluon In the kutchen' The kung suzed Santa Claus caught my eye at the All School Party Posing for the shutterbug on his paper mache knee l am one ofthe lucky knds who has a personalnzed souvenir of the party Or chnds to photo fiend Gary Fllckunger Stalwart and strong petrte and perkyl What a comblnatlon for the All School Party royalty Ray s and Bonnue s dream came true We want Eric' bellowecl the sensor boys And we got Enc nn a surpnse land s :de ' Q S E ' I 0 . . . . . 6 ' . I ' . D , ' . . . . - O 'I av- Y h ' - . red by those ugly, old doors?" ln the I ' l I ' , ' . o 1' f A CWT7' S MUTURS flzewmii fxyl -.Iii F H Hot one S even Hotter Scott Motors Wlll proudly show you ol! of the new Wonderful Chevrolets Phone 5 2341 Tenth and Qumcy Topekcx fffznz.1fwny sms fn, etlwll ? J Occasions 429 Kansas Ave Ph 2 7674 STRATTON Hordwore Sporfmg Goods 2307 W Tenth Ph 3 1339 Radua and 1123W6h 21171 Best washes 3E??E' nil: QFK 1002 KANSAS AVENUE Make Every Trlp The Easy Way HIDE THE BUS' I 71 1 J bus R u zdeth b 5 ne e Q10 fzndapl Iopa k O K TRANSPORTATION COMPANY INC 12th 8. Jaakmn Phone 4 1717 Best lhslu s ln the Class of :G M Katch 81 Co Scrap Dealers mth 'md Brannor Topeka Roach Hardware , rl . QV ,f A . e A , ALL - , , f . 350. - ' I - - C I . 1 Ph Y V 5 U' ' I 1 l - QQ.. 10 I - Give bo hbyour ear I1 el-your nerves fl res! - ' and be.x'z'11'e5, xkzf all f7Qf7T-F dfI'l'I471g z1'0r1z'e5. The may way to do il IYS lo make even' iff b' . emember, Zl'flF71A1'U r' e u you z' r have to waxle time lryiny K ' ace r . 9 , IN u AN vu T P E A , . - - - - i. ".. ,.. -f 0 0 K I P 9 I 1 I Congratulations Blender 5 Harheeue 1023 W Sth morvm ORDOII ' W Fon THE HOME FURNISHINGS IN Youk Furuke XPP 1 Best Washes to the Clas f 1956 fr JIISTRITE SUPER ITIIIRHET Tenth and NlacVicar Highest Quallty for Low Prices IHaza Hordoaro Hordwore Housewores Pomf Open Sundoy P M 12 30 5 30 1236 Lone Phone 2 2360 from Gruyce Shops 605 Konsos Ave on 720 Konsos Ave For a Perfect Tubule Goodm Flower Shop Greenhouses oo K N JOHN GOODIIN BETTY oooD1N Phone 56254 ' can 5 S NH mu mn mm ...U-. I - I ,T 7 Q fs .I wp 2 , . . 3 - 1 Furmlurc Floor Covcrxngs D P, 1 I , M E' h f T P S. 18 9 'l7A 9 K Af. -- . . .' H ' s o om 0 -' ansa An T p , K The 1956 Ford Sunliner -M t' ' -A XQ U V yi' P' N si '?"'f' gx 'rr .hdi 5SX s-,N 4'4- Trolans Jon Encholt Sandy Hopkins Sharon Blanka Jack Sprnngstead Monlyn Noller admire Phe 56 Ford BYERS llllllllill Slllllllfl F o r Yo U r Dispensing Opficicm Building Needs S Wiilliiixs M IIUBBY E TUV SHOP Topek s Buld g M fe ul Hecidq e s IO7 EAST T E 419!2 SAS A pl H bby S ppl Topeka s Peyton Frltton 9""e'Y The Ideal Fuel Stores eelizu ,,6Km,sA,e The Gas Service C0 5 . o E A32 .1-, I I l ff 4 i 'i-Q, 1,1 ,.:' 'i xx., ,aff ff 1 X ll' N' f ' X I c' i in o ri uarl r' 6 H-PHON - T E , K Trains - ir ones - Stamps - Crafts - o u ies - 7 C I ' liuokillg -Wa 1-r He-ating ' Reffrige-rutinm ' lnc'inc-rutinn -lflutllw Drying ' 4 O A W X 1 K L. U On the EAST Side of Hue Aven 2' l ' I Phunti ' l Uor Hmest Quality .9n auurouas Nonsooxs sms cAs:s Topeka Auto Supply UUESTERN GLOTHING ""5 A e TUPEKA LEATHER SHUP sn xm ms WHS Stllllllk BUUKS drh k hSh rh h F fftyy P Hall s Topeka Prmtmg Statlonerv an Everythlng Photographlc gt K! l Y yMll HG A-wwf? i Saw-by . s rusf Martin ,fumfet wif 4 SQUARE LUMBER 519 J Alexander Bros BGk11'1g Co and other leather goods. also Inc. of all kinds, visit the ansax Ave. . - L ..- H ll' h ppl' r d r f -.7 "5" -' ' e 'lf A ., U T p Hig C o 1 " t 4 E . ' jf f' f f hool materials f V fer flee, -l , e ' d ' h lit d - : X " .V -, r d r g N 1 XX: , . th fr . X Xl - 5' , .V I I' L A lv T x 1 I I 1 V , , - .l e of . ' , ' ' WV- - d Vt' . I' ' f 5 Jud i s ond Jim Kesler are shown books from Il's wide selection. 27 , .Ne V 'W tl ICN . Y ' U we 0. 'ui . e 1 . ' w Agxson STHEE1' T K 2 . R LUWMAN H11.1. PHARMACY modern Shoe Sgrvlge 1719 West Tenth 916 Kansas Phone 2 6066 Phone 3 7425 LEFT TO RIGHT Duck Snider Capital sports editor Sue Campbell Sally Carnahan John Sfockmg I-HIZFSF vludenlg fmm Ihr fopfha H1 journalzxm Claw arf haz mg a lark al Ihr Dzzzlx Calmmlx -1P Phnlrfar mafhmf a fleurs fha! dflz Us f1r11xhf1lf71d11rfx rum all nzfr Ihr lU7ld mm our nf 1 xmrmz fffllll lhf lhnlo ax zs I1 ft1Yf17Il1ll7lE2f1flQ't'l bu! zl lv only om' of the mum Hllflfllltlllffllf of Ihr rim lhut hflpx fhf Capzml be Immas Uzn 111 n aggrrxmf nfux xlaf IK hnlxtfrffl ln Ihr lmrfrl uzrr sfrzues nf Ihr '43f0I1lllFIi frfxx lhf I mfr!! Prrsf th1 lnlfmaflrmal Nfzu Sn In and muff lhrm IIN! 1lllfffIIV7FYfIII71!1fHl1 uh Llllhff nf 1 x from all rnnzrrx n Ih1 stuff In frmhlr ux firm 11111 In glw our rmrlefx II frrlzplrlf runzm fffiflfl of f znlhmg u mlfrfst that ha pmx una lllfft' m lhf :wld 0,112 wnpeka Bally Glamtal THE NEWSPAPER OF KANSAS IVe zmzte you to browse around m TOPEKA S OLDEST JEWELRY STORE Since l92l m S 213 W Sixth Phone 3 6468 QUAl.11Y .IEWELERS 725 Kansas Ave 1 'Y ,, -I . X t , 1 ,, I V Q 5 : . . I . . I 1 f - I V I ' V 'P 1' ', 1 . I , V I 1" . ' J QI ' 1 ' ' 1 2 V ,Y ' J '. i K k A X 'I " 5 V , - K V 7HYI.1l up-In-Ihr-m1r111h' fllllll' rzfzzwffaffrr. . X 1 1 , . , Y . , 4 .A 1' , , V' , 3 -nj -1 . ' , 1" ' N f 9 p- . I '1 ' 1 ' . 1- -' . , . . 5 . - - - 2 - - - - . VV. I . . Q . l an. FALLEYS A 1 A .. . 1. -1. f' !W Fl'T!i if-2, Q M w E 5 WJAQJ EIS I8 Kansas llue BDI U3 nn Hunsus llvl Furniture Rugs Appllunces 2 Bug Stores A , -11' U4 . .. ' 'T "S-at A .gg -'Vx I 5 . . If's Topeko s Voice of Muslc for music ond song oll doy long 5000 1440 WH CO ORDINATED SPORTSWEAR L OUR SPECIALTY S t THE MORRIS PLAN C0 WHERETOBORROW NETTIE PETERSIINS IIRESS SHUP 700K Ph 3 9 88 h 4 73 1947 G g Bl d plyfllydfe s e f 'Z SPORTSMAN S STORE 911 Qumcy Strict Phono 3-0511 WM A Blll ASAY MANAGER Q 9 9952 5 , . . 0 5 on Your Dio! 0 - New-LATE MODE -USED " ' Shorts, Pedal Pushers, Blouses, kir s, and Bras to Co-ordinate- Many styles to select from .4 -- 7 ansas one - 6 P one -70 Cl e V . 1 ' Q fc 1 ei f"' O Ji? ' 1 mi' . : IL I-tu - - ' N.. 'M fi Q lx ,E "Put 'em up," warns Janie ' Porcmore as Lindo Asoy I o u e nd h rself. "' 4' Q 0, . 1 Q Q 0 9 s 06. S51 . 13 ll ll ' "If It's On Earth . . . We Can Sell It" P viding Price ls Commensuraie with QUALITY ,yf f' f X. f1Q,?'Q"J . -, .1 S W, NTT? op a dPa k Rea s e Ofhce at 10th Cr Topeka Phone 5 4442 or 2 1421 Lauterbach ,L ff 9 ,je ...Q Ii - Test Drlve The All New Nash Rambler 30 000 Mule Guarantee Alr Condlhonlng S271 00 Barnett Motors 1015 Qumcy 7K Ya. u-I 45- 3 las Open Noon tall 2 A M an ' ' wwe avgpiwk -'-1'--4-f UWM!" g-we 3117 Topeka Blvd Servm g Gary Fadely Bev Pollard Marilyn Lowe and Jane? Gladfelfer enloy thenr hamburgers flymg saucer style at the Tlp Top my ,eg M3 M Qmyswt +abE,mP1T1J1QolfJm www. Topekas ds HarrgEndhch Nee Sunflower Lmen SGIVICQ Qwfu 'N Q4 I m I 5 1 u I Q I ' 2' f ' " ' ' 3 315.-B-"1M"l' ' r. ' at 3 W X 1,11 Q I 'pf-5 P 'Y' I ' ' FT1 E 4 l Le I all B 5 .1 4 ' I . 3 -' . Vg if . . Q . . b W-'L l F 123 fe . 1 . , , -I 3.1 h af' I Gil, S . , .1 F - web ? J E ' ee' 11' - . ,, '1 , ' 1 X K A ,M N 'r.g-3-geiijf ' -' at 1 : . ':::.:E--3.1.1 "1 'L Q 1 .' . :I-ill' 'I f " .T 1 ' 1:25. --2-5:1 FI- , :,,:1::.:.:.:.-- r 'I wr , ' '1:1g35i2sif521s I 4: 1 ' ' .. f - ' , - 5 ' ' ' ' . 3 Q1 in C 4 W--J 3 . . 'Q ff Qi ' 1: " t , h ' Q ' 1 YF! X. " fx 5 . .... 1. ,..... ...., Q-: 42 ' F . Y 1 ff-f .uf - 1 , 21 .1 - I fs X i 1. ' IT'S TIME T0 THINK ABOUT .M--""' WASHBURN UNIVERSITY The future belongs to those who prepare for xt' Washburn Um verslty lS proud of her long record of prepanng young men and women for all fnelds of endeavor and today more than ever before tramed lead ers are needed m all walks of lnfe You will fxnd college lxfe at Washburn rxch and rewardmg A well rounded social llfe and many extra currncular actnvntxes vull appeal to you Competent mstructors wall help guxde you towards your goals and wnll take a smcere mterest m you as an xndxvxdual It IS the desnre of the Unlversxty to have all Topeka Hxgh School students refer to Washburn as MY UNIVERSITY For complete mforfnanon fall or wrxte Mnss GLADYS PHINNEY regxxrrar Phone 4-5631 l 1 l ,vi nv 1 a ' y Moss Cahforma Coats as shown by Carolyn Sllver Lmda Asay and 1.12 Watts Sllver Fur Co 1309 11 Huntoon Ph 3 3111 Best wrshes to the CLASS OF Proneer Natronal lrle IIISIIRIIIGE GUIIPIIIY a Kansas Company The Pano Pantru Gourmet Foods Party Supplies 2030 Gage Phone 8 8194 lllll BS qfzdfzyafa Seabrook Family Shoes For All Occasxons For All Members of the Famxly 182 Sprung electrons or not sprung elec trons that was the questron l was as confused as everyone else But now the questlon s settled fall electrons rergn Honest Abe came through ls war wlth Russia Inevitable? Drew Pearson thought not How thrrlled the WORLD reporters we e durrng that unex pected assembly Theur bug moment came as they stood before this V l P Oratron supreme' D o u g Ala n Gayle and Tom captured the coveted state debate trophy Lrttle did they know It caused the redomg of the annual page Anyone wushrng to have more FLOWER come to the back hall to nrght after school to have your plc ture taken That take off on the darly bulletrn was hrlanous Thanks to Lmda Compton I ll never forget the Senior Assembly The Class of 56 scored ogam! Thus year s operatta and plays were tremendous Jlm Pantle pulled the prize lrne from Blossom Tlme Oh you wrcked old man' Franz Schubert came to lrfe In Joe Guerrero s stupendous per formance Shhhhhhl Susprcrousl The gurls got the complete shaft' Two thrrds of the plays were WPA Catherme Hardourn brought the atmosphere of gay Paree to Topeka Hugh Her cute accent mode me smlle and her slncerrty could not be over looked Jud Mary and Gayle make Germany sound luke a wonderful place Jud really had the chance to mlngle wuth the German people Slx srsters weren t too much for hrm I envy Kay three months on the Rlvl era would be a dream come true Havlng exchange students surely makes the world seem smaller Once upon a trme rn a deep dark orest lrved a lrttle grrl named Gold: oc s dm dung drng, dung, rn l Mackey Byers prrze comment summed up the AFS Tag Day assembly Gosh' some trmes I thunk teachers are almost humanl" American teen agers lack unrty Thus statement strll rrngs rn my mrnd Funny that a boy from Baghdad would be the frrst to make me realrze thus la il' l 7 . , ' . -1. ' ' ' . ll II I i 'Q numbers after their name in the SUN- , o 0 ' U ' n - l u ' I k"-'g...' ' d'gl ' HRM TNT Remember when youre thirsty, ii'S FAIRMCDNT for, chocolate milk, orange drink, cmd White milk Sold m convenient half pmt cartons BOWLING IS FUN 3 30 To 6 OO P M Mondoy Thru Frldoy JOIN THE GANG 4Oc PER LINE 323 E 29th Ph 2 6055 HIGHZAND CREST BOWllN6 ZAIVIS Ns N NN dyH THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 701K P, K 1000 Kansas Natl Res Bldg C Al kv Nr K L A FULLER MOTOR C0 I 1oza3o KANsAs Av: T0 UWE Tomu xANsAs Cooper Woodring, Dove Curnuti, Jock Sprmgsteod, Lorry Foger, Son opkins, ond Howie Sheroon felox between T . Eioifgrf' ' f9'f"" 'fi If jf 11 Lrrrntli Nxrlrwnlt-D--If-M-nl-nl If-"V, '-'T I lg.' El-II Ll'- 1 I -I-LII -Si: I :gg I I I :HI gf-:I I I .IH I , --111111 U' : I-I """' 1 I I IU' II I ua ' nu Avenue ' If ' ' To lu, ans III' -5 I AL' M b F d I D p s'YI ronce Corporoti - - - - - : Wwswff IT'S U Us I Q . . ., 5133 Best Wfishes Class of '56 ff0Hl dglmill 'WL .Sewell ilu:-an PHONE Speclcl Price 'ro Teen Clgers Enroll Now MD i E9 SCHOOL ol DANCING naw om Ph 34192 W ' JIM ' CAROTHERS TIRE COMPANY 2 1001 QUINCY PHONE 4 5643 I G RECAPPING VULCANIZING ROAD SERVICE ACCESSORIES r. omme 'X fix D lll.. XJ Q . ' 123m WEST SIXTH TOFEKA. KKNIAU - - - I I I 1 , . - I 1 Q f ms' W' B. F. oodrich Tubeless Tires protect againshblowouts-seal punctures I 1 I WESTBORO STANDARD SERVICE Huntoon and Oakley DICK DANSEY 3119 Huntoon 3 7612 OPEN Monday and Thursday Evenmgs WESTBORO MART HuNrooN AND OAKLEY II estboro I' urrlc r If you don 1 know fur: Know your furrzers Complefe Cleamng Servlce ESTBUR 1.1.1 CLEANE RS TOPEKA KANSAS GLOVER Bc NEVVCOMB H NTOON MEMBERS AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS CLARENCE ROACH Westhoro Har ware The Frzendlm Store We Deln el Ph h 8119 WHEARY LUGGAGE Best For Graduation 9 'N PREFERRED Flre Insurance Co fag? HIIINIEII LEATHER sl-lop 115 E lxih A KANSAS COMPANY Home Ofhce TOPEKA KANSAS Ask your local agent to place your Fnre Automobule and In land Marune Insurance In The Preferred Fnre Insurance Company I A R c H 1 T E c T s 3101 LJ TOPEKA, KANS If F QS 3 Is Jw . VU- 4 I , I1 I xx V I I max ' kk xx.-. . S' SpecIOIIzIng In .lunIOr 8. MISSSS SIzes OPC Q 7'I.k + Jackson 25, ,Q Dorothy Thomas gf f 1 , jv School of Doncmg Ax gx Aix ,W 811 Anderson Terr W 'XQX39' 5 Phone 2 0921 I 1 ,Ay 31 H QI 7 AII Types 5 2 : Of ff A All Ages GQ N. ,4E,,'s'-""P-E-X Entertcnnmenf Furnlshed For All OCCGSIOUS S l5l3 Kansas 3 0485 GROWING IN SIZE IN SCOPE IN SERVICE KANSAS LARGEST A MUTUAL COMPANY provldlng ENDOWMENT ORDINARY LIFE TERM """' "M" I RETIREMENT INCOME SAVINGS JUVENILE ACCIDENT s. sIcKNEss MORTGAGE PROTECTION ,MAA KANSAS GROUP LIFE GROUP CREDIT GROUP CASUALTY SWG' 'W Home Offlce Bulldlng 700 Harnson J 3 1, ' I 1,1 A r,' - 4, - I ' -A ' 2 ' R I I L 5 A V' : W Q I . f K '-- , . I "I-XTX JI. Y ' I - ' If f?-Iv ' E f 'ff'-T3 f T 'b ,lj -. 113- K .- ' ' -.' J Y :Y Q-ffm, A 'T--PA. ,. , N L 9. C, Hwy 2211- I "' 732W-V -J - A WY ' -5 .x .. ' I 'Q ,A gg-zz" , -2531 21" U ,V Z V 1 4 I ' 2' 4 1 I V I5 fs. V1 -, 'I ' I 1 I f" ' , I' ' E' E ff 5, .-.......f- 5 5 1 37- hm A 4, r A ., , , 7 3 , 4 - f'II II Uiccv' ' GF 1 11 ' ' P-illnxnex ,V 5 I: 1: X 5 '. nun , un 2 I A '-. -j '- ' -- '- ,Q .............,.- ' ..,,Q, ,,,,,, An H -4 - -1 : ,.'. 1 ,t 'IW F Q 1' "-911--v . 125 - 4 f - ,A 'wg Ae , ., V ,XM Q V M V 'IJ '-- - ...rs - '- I I I - O O O 9 U I O U I i ll . INSURANCE COMPANY I eniora llan Denier. Sherri Heed. Sharron St. John and ,lolin lfriekson. 5 V 1 ul'll0l'J , hx I,.. Steve Bennett. Judy Tyler. Steve Poort. Dan Ralston and Chicken Smith. an oplwmored Dir-k Taylor. Kay Swanson. Marcia Nelson. ,Indy Stuenkel and George White. Best Wishes to the Seniors of '56 and to all Trojans HUUGLA5 CU STH IITIU EUMPANY The Victory Sand and Stone Company "Kansas Finest Sand PIant" Sand- Gravel Crushed Stone Ready Mrx Concrete Topeka Kansas Box 28l 'hone 3 3285 Servrce ls Our Best Salesman N ZX gg? Dinner Dances Tm PMS Hotel Iaqhawli 300 Rooms Frreproo Coffee Shop Dining Rooms as Comfenzent for High ay Tr elcrs I ghawg Iumur HIGHWAY 3 HOTEL ca1I1'l Remember? It you havent started saving yet better stout now Come IH cmd open your account T eku Savings ASSOCIATION 5. y I E fx f and I li. V 9 - CO. - O11 ' l l Y .1 '. 1 r 4 1 ll ' H - - 'W Facilities for gi. ' "',..-4" . all functions ,,-f' l i 1 ,js 1'-ffiin-fvgilk , -'r . , 1 Q . ' 75' X . 1" .'i'Z-, f 771' 31 . :sa '. V, "NIE I7 ,r w, r- lg r Tfnsrr llnrlunll gr! 7llI '0PEKA, xANsAs one-1.-fe no MOSBV HOTEL CCJVVIPAVVY . f l o ' ' w av , a ' ' ' f Q 'J.i.:i.i3 iv...-.1 Y , I ,Y :Ei? -::1::- f" , 544-2 T -io'-S 'w-" :'- E -fail Junction lliulmms J-4 .wr l'f 'IT'-e ..,,, . SENATE .. ,..i...mg when Noah built the Ark HUSSEY INSURANCE AGENCY Serving Daily- 1100A M to200P 430P M to730P M Sunday Continuously 1100A M to730P 700 Kansas Ave 822 KANSAS AVE Phone 3 4175 J OUQI' OTTO O SCHNELLBACHER .Six .SZUQII 2al'5 Agency Manager HIIIEIIIIIHII Ulllllll IIIE IIISUHHIIIIE CUIIIPHIIU Kansas Leading Outfitters to Men, Women, Boys and Girls 711110 mm flllll A In Topeka Since 1888 709 711 Kansas Avenue 415 418 Garlinghouse Bldg Phone 2 7269 Amid hearts and flowers, Janet Gladfelter ascended the Queen of Court's throne. How fitting that one of the tiniest girls in school would be the basketball queen! The "Tower Room" assembly began that perfe:t day. lt was then that beautiful Bonnie Becker babbled the "Binh of the Blues!" lAlliteration due to the strenuous ef- forts of our illustrious sports editor.l Seems to me school spirit was pretty high this year. Singing the school song before and after the basketball games sparked the pepsters. But it never failed Jack Dean was always cool calm and collected Tidbits and trifles were her specialty ln the WORLD Helen Around Troy that is Jane Crow added a humorous note to everyday things It was good to see Mr Fink back in Troy after his long siege in the hospital Save Your Pennies' Antagon ized by mammoth yellow sunflowers six mischievous boys presented 2400 pennies to a red faced annual staff The kids soon ran out of fingers and toes Mob action in the halls' At the dron ings of the disaster alarm everyone ran lor his life only to be forced back to his classroom Too bad the tornado never hit' Ihe luniors launched a perfect Showboat for us ln billowing formals couples whirled The Prom was a great success and such an original idea Class Day brought back smiles and tears Before my eyes passed the now they re ending Pomp and Cui cumatance seems strange but beck onlng as it echoes through spacious Moore Bowl I am but one of these five hundred hesitant students won dering what the future may bring l played well my part in high school but now as I march through the Daisy Chain I realize Hoy Hoy Mighty Troy reigns but in memory The Editors 1 . . 2 . M U ' ' : . . : . M. ll l 9' . I C , . Ol' . . ' , l . U last three years of high school. And ' " ' I ' 11 ' , T . I . I- I ll . - of ' V L I V , - - ' . . I . . I . I . Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home l32l W si' T lr S Games and Son Funeral Home H82 B lr Wall Dilfenrlerler Mortuary Brennan Funeral Home 800 W If Sl th SUM! e ent treet . F uc anan - 723 West Sixth Street V n ' Vx I 8 DICKINSON THEATRE ALWAYS THE FINEST IN PICTURES NEWLY DECORATED an REFRIGERATED For Your Pleasure REALTORS INSURORS PIII! 2 8243 TOPEKA KANSAS 0 Real Estate Sales 0 Property Management 0 Appralsals 0 Insurance Meadow Acres Ballroom the home of name bands AVAILABLE FUR PRIVATE PARTIES 2950 Topeka Boulevard Phone 5 3566 THE TOPEKA COCA COLA BOTTLING CO 1717 1735 Kansas Ave Topeka Topeka locations Highland Crest 409 E 29fl'1 North Topeka 923 N Kansas Ave Seabrook 3913 W 2151 Freepakng f Ilfhe one enflo THE PICTHIIIAL Shopplng Newspaper 43 290 Clrculot on Weekly 525 N Kansas Th IT fll fll ill d - . 9 A . l . . . .1 I I . AKIZTY 3-ron!! . IIE . three convenient nav :uauun unc. I I . - r i a a r e c v ni cations A i 'sq kk 9 If Z6 f ICTURY LIFE C 0 Nl I' K N Y HOME OFFICE mpm KANSAS X , INSlfllANlfl'l PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY I SP S7 Byron J Ashley M D Garllnghouse Bldg F C Beelrnan MD Garlanghouse Bldg Bowen and Bowen M D Central Bldg John W Cavanaugh MD Malls Bldg Orvllle R Clark MD Malls Bldg Francls T Colllns M D Malls Bldg W H Crouch MD Physacaans Eh H Decker MD C M Lessenden MD Malls Bldg Fanney and Haebert M D Malls Bldg J F Head MD Central Bldg C E Joss MD C S Joss MD Natl Reserve Bldg Dwaght Lawson M D H U Kennedy MD Natl Reserve Bldg R E Ptuetze MD Natl Reserve Bldg Powers and Preston M Natl Reserve Bldg L R Pyle MD D E Gray MD Garllnghouse B dg O M Raanes MD Natl ReserveB g Leo A Smath MD Central Bldg W L Warranger MD Central Bldg i K W Carlson DDS Malls Bldg Joseph M COSSldY D D S Harry H Cook D D S Malls Bldg Louas M Flelsh D D S Central Bldg R H Hamalton DDS Natl Reserve Bldg 2 if' X ,9- Natl Reserve Bldg Dentasts W C Hanson DDS Malls Bldg M G Hall DDS Malls Bldg L L Klrnbrough DDS Malls Bldg Landsay C Osborn D D S Malls Bldg R az Puckett Dos Malls Bldg Attorneys Malls and Clark M D Cloyce A Newman M D Malls Bldg James H Robanson D D S Natl Reserve Bldg C L Stalker DD Malls Bldg O A Wempe DDS Malls Bldg Ray Woodworth D D S Natl Reserve Bldg Lewas Burlcholder Smath and Rees Columbaan Bldg Z'- Stumbo and lrwan Natl Reserve Bldg Vernon C Wlksten M D Natl Reserve Bldg J I9 1 O . . -5 . . , .. ' . , .D l 5 , . , ' A . . , . , Mlll5 BldQ- R. Dale'Dackson, M.D. . . ' , . .. ' , . . . ax f Q l , Q P 2 'ia gs 1' l' ., I , K s N i ' ,fb , 'J . Westwood Drug Co 25I2 W l7th Phone 2 8218 Complete Prescnptlon Needs Soda Fountazn Wm Frey Dean Rogers Mgrs MODERN GIFTS ANTIQUE cms HAND CRAFT SHOP 1410 Huntoon Elmhurst Plaza PHONE 3 7779 P R POWEll Bc-m wwlnehd. :soo roman I706W10th sasss mon: 31311 Corsages for Everyone Frank Custenborder CS Sons FlOIlSl 1709 Gage Blvd Phone 5 3456 Topeka Kansas All the good tnmes we ve had Wlll remain In our hearts forever Let us not grueve and be sad We ll keep these moments and remember As we leave Bev Banrd Marnlynn Baker Bonnie Becker Loma Carlson Sally Carnahan Pat Clark Nancy Davis Janet Gladfelter Rosle Harder Shnr ley Houck Carolyn Sulver Llz Watts SERVICE SALES PEST CONTROL some en. sf zaloz Plaza Barber Shop Not addlhonal cos! for crew cuts or flat tops 1305 Huntoon Tel 5 2538 KRIEG S FLOWERS 10 E 1 h 2 0691 N gm Ph 2 7000 PUSEY STUHES 626 Kansas 830 N Kansas Dancing Safco! Dorothy F aoa wmhbu n Ph 3 0690 " l'Ellllll'l' CAFETERIA unch ouoe 915 KANSAS AVE I ... . - Hrndt-d by .1 cr..a.mxe Btolorust . . Phone - - - - l 11 'Yr 1 l 1 l ll - YI - f 6 as 81 V Phone - i one - I . I I r 7 1 1 I I V 4 I - r . . if e 7 l . , W L, ,A Y M, .ex 'f :.' - - 'FP in f - 'H H EQ 'ia N . u, .. , .Ai Qtv h , .V "svn-E ,ms - , -'.- A 'if - ., '. QI- - "Y,l'f' " 3' --' ppp-' J ex-4' - A f. wg ,um . ,- , , 1 "",f -. ' -- G 'It 4 "" - fy,-. fO!'r- iff 5 A' .- . F - ,. n-- 'P ,, , , f., .v , - ., M .,,,. I-A , ," ff-,LQ 1 4,9 U ' -,wil 4. , 1 'iv' nw - wg I by 9 0 l' gs! ,a- nu- rf J' - W . A,.fQ A- ,,..- pf-f.-f V' h E -f '1' f " 'r gi? ,., " -' liz H f f 'Q' - YQ... ,""' - ' A if "r .L-"'4 '- . l' wa Y " 'uf - f ' "'f:.:f f, A . . . M' A .- . it , .M V. E- A. ., . ,. . jf , main M,-gg . aug .,4,,, ... If V9.1 VJY4 . I Q35 V' AIWV. . , Turf' ,, . I V X ' 135- fb: A QOL! .YIM ' . -'Aw-f"i', ,',' '. x' , 'V' 1 ' -.m 4 I , - . '- '5f ,,ave',f'f- 'l V 1. .""f'+-'f i1b.Q7Q'i,i?-J.-'H"" - If-F2 - '-,- 'ffl '5v'-ii5+""!' xg w E., gal - ' ' 14,1 Wm 3 .4 ' Q . 5. Q gf 9 rf f.f'f'f:L. A. . A , V, -4,,7"'3' ' Q 1 E- at f ' is 'vm Al.. .1-Al, zakzxjl? " 1' LAIJJ V ' -.W -f . -if-. Q A ,, x- .-T ,- Q -Q - - uf' . Af ff . ,,, I L- .Z 6 -.J 44 Jfat ' - 'Z file'-fr L':,:f1'Jl Exif.. 'fi : aff Vu J A - Q ' P, V -L. , Al f: Q QQ- ' 74-J-i':V',, fr' '44, -2 ,, ., 1 .' K ,r Q . , . W K , 4 4 , ,Lu -1, ., ., I 1,5 4 - w, 0 - , .-- f - Q .4 -'-,,.,. .Hr , 1 1, ' V"4 1, 1' -4' I-.7 5 in fl. ,W kfiglj' -, b' ,w 3414 5-149 . X5 ffwi -Q L4 -"'f,4if,.2 1q.g. 5,, V- :gp f . 'sr ,ii ':' .ir 1 N 5. r iv 1 3- I V , ,4..:',-l , K A-if , '.,-.,. f' gr- , ,. 2 ,W gg -'-,. - 1 ' -, Q.. ,.,,0g .N X ' " , jf . 3'3" 'gtk Q A ,yr 'A 5.81255 I -1' f' " - -i' , '..., ' ' N -,X , ' Q7 'Q as-1? Vi "Q, . n' 9. 1-. lst' a 1. 5 I ,rbi f 2? k D l' C , K , .,, , rv - . .',-1' 'X 5-,,,.' ' l b D E Ji U .Z W '. vii ' --:J ' f -'M ff.-'n., .- f'5fff.-Q' -.L NN -,.- f - gf ' ' " J .Y-J' fd' f . - f .,.xJ ' ' ' 4 ""' gl'5"' '4 f F ,. fs 1. -lf V, .Q-1.16 .,, ' ,:1,1. .. D, 'I i u , V a, f ,EI-pr Mzkfflfffciw, , .1 . , . 1 Q, , g. ,k,, - gf .,, u x 1 ,'f,.,'4 -4- , - " . ' 'J ', fi,..' . -' ' "' ,. Q' HQIIQ: "Q , f-14" -X , "1 . 'TRL' f ' 12' ' . ' . f ,. t X -xx I: . -, A . H .A 3, .A - 632 , if I - v x I ' J! .4 - X vfi " "f Q -" -,, ' fl Lg: -2 1 ' Q .F 1 ,- W4 V, f ,,'-J A , . . V-Q...fs J A N- , 'iv T ', 1, i Ii. n 5 it WV- gg? -NN I - I , k A . H ., lgaijfava 3. ,M 5,5 A -.,. .. V 7' ar I Nl, mfg '1 ' , +. ,Qt W I "A-v, 7' 1 , , 5 f .I ,. I Agia- I D v , 'A - i,kB. ,W,, .L ,I 1, ,. . M, Y JPN: . ,pw 3 ,f,, y-4 V x' ' fx--3 X 5, 'if' -' 5 .-5 ' ,, 'Tig , , '1 Vw, .. Y f. x ' INIX J- ' . , - Rf 4 ' lb f -I-'I .:'4 fa" I." X " "ff" W' . ,Q IQ, :fn L r . l, v , - N ' . - 1 ,QA .ff x, ,K Ja-y,' sv X 1: x 1 B ,, ,, ' ' ,zlzra i8,JM wk., -ff A 'V' . ' ' In il, ,Q -g' , x ' . - J , , V - v I .' , . Us ' x .' lr ,JV '15, 3 .1 ' -' .. A f" ,, - , Iv 321+ ff . . wg- M , ,J , 4 - , 35 1 , - . ' A Q- W A . J' xh . -. . ', . . n P1 , , - +5 g ,.i.3pf ,r NW: id, ..' 5. ' af" if5": K' 41 M5 bv Pflfigfm nf ' . . 'A X' ' '-f"3 ' ' , 9 . E' ,0"" V:'1 fu 'A ' ,Q ' If ' -A X r - ' c 'I Ph ' " ' ', --1-' - ..-' 1 , .f, ., 5 1 ' A 5 :M K Q, i .- 'f tx- A, 'lp fri' gi, 'fr-V A ,Xtf . ' 5 -- lf. 5,14 Qqxy. '4 1.-LV. wx. ff Qni xi-,. ,fn V, xl ie' .- 1, Q, in x -Q, , RJ- f ' K, -In-4.5 I . is' 2 ' .D Aff, f "--4 I9 Q., . A? 4' X T ,,-f ,f flag' 'x0v,- Q fn' F, -- ' 'f 5 -54,3 rx, 5 fb, 1 .ef 1 V -. Q "-al ' 'f-"" H N " ' P " ' I 4 .- -Q 51" '- K , wk- f '56 "'. - r .2 ' 'X . . . -2 ',..4X 1 'x 3- + 'V' -7' X 1, 'L H"2F4:i'f' 'Q' . ,. , Q 3 v A , 5 . . ,f , , , . ' fr.-, - S . , e .- Ng, N- . 9 - f P' . W -' 1 ' arg' if 0 442' ,-Z-.'M ' ??N W " " - gi "Q "M ' f ' - W . im - N , , fn. f' 42.11 P' ss, E. 'Y..'vr:zh, - '- dl . Abbott James 70 149 Absher Carol 69 Acme Glass 166 Acord Drane 75 122 Actrvrtres 104 139 Adams Helen 21 Adams Nancy 55 Adams Patrucra 55 87 Addrngton Janrce 55 Adrnrnrstratron 8 17 Aady Arran 55 98 112 Adkrns Beverly 21 83 Adkrns Clarence 55 Adkrns Donald 74 Adkrns Jerry 55 Adkrns Lawrence 69 Advertrsements 166 197 Akerstrom Larry 69 Alberg Ed 55 84 94 14 47 148 156 Alderman Sandra 55 Aldrrdge Mrs 103 Aleros Anna 73 Alexander James 75 Aley Phyllrs 15 Alkrre Gordon 72 Allen Ann 55 Allen Deanna 21 83 97 Allen Tom 74 90 92 122 Allerherlrgen Twrla 69 Allrson Jean 74 125 126 127 All School Party 134 139 A11 School Play 128 Arnerrcan Freld Servrce Councrl Amerrcan Home Lute Insurance Co 166 Amerlcan Unrted Lute lnsur ance Co 190 Ames Alpha 21 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Bob 55 93 Charles 55 Gene 21 87 122 Georgra 21 Joe 71 Karolyn 74 123 Myron 70 95 Phrlrp 53 Robert 21 T C 69 9 Andrews Marguerrte 21 Annan Robert 21 Apps Marrlyn 21 93 Archrbald Robert 71 Arganbrrght Donald 70 Armandarrz Mrs LaVon Armstrong Jewelry Art 78 Asay Lrnda 21 86 112 11711B120124126 7 15 179 2 Ash Mrs Lrllran 17 Ashby Joseph 21 Ashley Byron! MD 196 Ashley Homer 55 Ashley V1rg1nra 21 80 Ashworth George 21 90 98 126 127 Askren Gayle 21 95 110 12 Atchrson Joyce 21 97 154 Aten Donna 21 80 Athletrcs 140 163 Athon Hazel 55 80 Atkrnson Lrla 21 83 Atkrnson Nancy 55 83 Atland Marrlyn 74 99 Auld B1Il72 Avers Luella 55 Avery James 71 198 GENERAL Bacon DeLor1s 55 Baer Jrm 75 Bahr Fred 55 Barley Bob 55 Barley Gene 71 122 149 Barley Mary 21 87 123 Barley Robert 21 Barrd Bev 21 83 99 127 152 Baker Durward 21 101 Baker Gene 71 Baker Lrnda 69 Baker Marrlynn 21 102 154 Baker Mary Anne 72 Baker Regrna 55 123 Baldwrn Davrd 103 Baldwrn Manta 21 Baldwrn Mrs 103 Ball Davrd 72 Ballard Mrke 55 90 Band 90 91 Barber Donna 22 123 Barge Lors 69 80 Barger Joseph 72 149 Barham Jeb 55 155 Barker Gerald 10 Barnard Robert 75 122 Barncord Gayla 22 93 Barnes Lee 74 123 Barnes Randy 55 Barnes Robert Barnett Barbara 22 83 114 117 120 4 Barnett Brllye 55 Barnett Darwrn 55 Barnett Janet 72 Barnett Motor Co 180 Barngrover Larry 55 122 142 147 155 Barr Donna 74 Barraclough John Barranco Cynthra 74 Barry Janrs 22 83 99 Bartlett Judrth 22 97 Bartley Jan 55 90 92 Barton Mrs Jane 17 Basrle John 73 Basketball 156 159 Basketball Game Cadets 124 Bass Evelyn 75 Bates Larrre 11 85 Battey Phyllrs 73 80 124 Baxley Nedele 55 90 Bayless Marv1n15 149 Beach Barbara 75 Beach Jane 22 Beal Phyllrs 22 Beard Krm 55 Beasterfreld Delores 69 124 Beatty Brran 55 Beatty Claudra 55 89 Beaty Marrlyn 55 86 132 Bebermeyer Carol 22 127 Becker Bonnre 22 B3 86 Beckwrth Betty 72 Bedell Ronnre 22 98 100 Beelman FloydC MD 196 Beemarr Lrnda 75 98 53 53 Belcher Ronald 55 Bell Harold 74 Benaka Delores 55 Benard Byron 67 Benard Rrchard 67 Benge Carolyn 74 112 124 Bennett Barbara 73 Bennett Sharon 69 80 Bennett Steve 54 55 84 109 12 8 Benton Jack 22 Benton Robert 67 INDEX Berkebrle Susan 73 Berksons Berroth Robert 73 87 159 Berry Barbara 74 Berry Don 55 Berry Judrth 55 83 Berryman Travres 55 123 Beshears Jane 55 83 Beskow Phyllrs 55 Betsworth Albert 72 Bettrs Judy 74 85 112 124 Brcknell Janrce 22 122 Baer Carole 22 Brer Paul 55 Brgg Eleanor 55 87 99 122 Brllrngs Donna 22 123 190 Brllrngton Charles 72 106 Brnger Dorrs 55 83 123 127 Brnney Donald 73 149 Brnney Sondra 72 Brrd John 22 121 122 155 Brrd Suzanne 79 133 99 Brshop Johnny 55 Black Charlene 70 Black Norman 55 Blackburn Harold 15 122 149 Blackburn Jean 55 89 Blackburn Joyce 22 Blackwell Palmer 56 Blackwood Carl 22 87 122 Blarsdell Mrke 72 112 149 Blake Sue 70 123 Blakely and Company Blancas Roger 69 Blarka Sharyn 22 112 114 15 4 Blaylock Drugs Blenders Blevans John 16 Blueracket Sherrell 22 Blum Larry 22 101 155 Boal Jacquelrne 22 81 90 Board of Educatron 10 Boaz Larry 56 122 Boaz Gary 56 Bodenhausen Otto11 12 122 142 143 146 148 149 Boeger Studro Photographers Bolan Robert 71 Bohm Janrce 67 Bohannon Bob 22 113 Boley Nanc 75 Boley Roy 32 85 108 109 151 Boley Vrolet 56 B3 SO 92 Borngardnerr 195 B0Oher Dick 74 Booth Brenda 70 Bothwell Ronald Bottom Betty 56 Bourn Ramona 22 93 Bouton Dorrs 56 126 Bouton Jrmn-ry 69 Bowen and Bowen M D 196 Bowen Harry 70 Bowen Tr1sh56 B5 98 109 15 123 124 Bowes Irma 56 Bowser Toran 23 86 126 Boyd Nelson 73 Boyd Thomas 72 Boyles Bernrce 13 81 Boy: State 111 Brace Carl 56 99 Bracken Clyde 56 Bradford Tommy 69 Bradley Bob 23 142 Brandenburg Brll 56 86 Brandon Marrlyn 56 Brandt Marlrn 23 Branson Betty 23 122 123 Br B rry 68 71 85 90 107 121 Brennan Funeral Home Brewer Vera 73 Brrant Clara 23 Brrant Elton 56 Brrce Clayton 23 142 144 Brrce Jessre 23 83 102 134 137 Brrce LaVerne 72 Brrckell Rrchard 23 Brrer Insurance Brrggs Janrce 56 Brrght Wrlma 56 99 Brrrnan 1 Jewelers Brrnker Rrchard 23 122 142 145 55 Brrstow Velma 23 93 Brrtt Adrrenne 56 90 Brock Carl 103 Brock Judy 23 87 Brockmerer Allan 23 101 Brooks Clark 73 84 Brower Pearl 69 83 Brown Barbara 71 83 Brown Beverly 23 Brown Fred 56 Brown Georgra 56 123 4 Brown Jrm 23 100 Brown Marcra 56 84 86 131 152 53 Brown Mary 56 Brown Montgomery 103 Brown QurnCalee 56 95 98 Brumley Ada 70 Brumme Nancy 56 122 Bryan Mrke 73 Bryan V1ckl56 83 102 123 Bryant Frederrck 23 90 Buckman Eugene 56 Buell Marrlyn 23 87 Button Charles 56 85 95 112 Bugg Mrldred 67 Bunds Jack 23 86 90 92 132 Bunten Steve 23 115 Burbrrdge Grace 69 83 Burgen Lodema 74 Burgen Rrchard 23 79 122 123 126 127 Burgess Roger 56 95 114 Burgoyne Verna 23 Burke Mary Jo 54 56 0 115 123 Burlew Allora 56 97 Burlew Dorothy 75 83 Burnett Marqurs 56 BurreSS Shrrley 70 122 Burson James 56 Business 93 Butler Bob 56 90 155 Butler George 70 87 Butler Jerry 56 Butterfreld Nancy 56 99 Byers Mrckey 23 113 121 Byter Mac 23 122 Byrne Patncra 72 B0 Catetorra 102 Cagle Lours 13 93 Carn Paul 56 Caldwell Davrd 73 95 Caldwell Peter 23 81 B6 Calrhan Janrce 56 86 131 Calrhan Judrth 70 80 Calkrns Katherrne 23 B7 Calloway Jerome 70 Calvrllo Alfred 56 B7 Calvrllo Chustma 23 Campbell Patrrcra 72 Campbell Sue 26 123 127 Canfreld Sandra 56 87 A r 1 I 192 , 1 ,159 , ' . 1 1 . 1 I - I H5 ' ' ' , ' - ' j ,' , ' . A , ' , , 1126, .Ii II I I 1 1 1 1 I I I , i 1 ' 1 ' ' ' ', , , , 1 , A , ,12-1. - ' f , ff 1 1 1 1 11 -' 1 I116,117 ' ' f I ' I I I I 'I I 1 1 1 I 1 114, 122, 142, 3, 145, ' ' - ' , , ' '17 146,1 , , , 158 1 1 I ' I I ' I' ' 2 1 1 ,' 1 , ' A 1 . , .125 . 1 1 I I , 126,127 .1 ' ', , I 1' ' Z ' , . 12. 1 I , I 126,132 , , , I ' 1I I I I -' , , ,112, , , , , I - I - I I 127I I I1 I I , I I I H6I1 II II51 1 1 1 1 I I . . . . I 'II'l5 ' ' ' I 115 . 1 , , Andeison, Arbena 21 a1111111n, rirchafd 22, 113, 121 112 I ' ' ' 121' I ' ' ' ' . , , ' I , , ,123 1 , " 1 . ' I I 155' ' ' ' Z , . , 1 4 1 1 ' I ' I I 95I 1 'I 1 'I 113,I ,160 I I 9, , ,154 . Il I I I- 1 S I 'I I , ' , , ,114, 1 . ' 1 ' - ' ' ' ,' , , . , ,l2, ' ' ' ' - ' f 41 ,18 11 1 ' 1 , , 1 A rr2,' 113,134,' 5, 139, , ' 1 1 1 f I 152, r , 161 , - , , , , 1 ..1 ' " ' ' , I 114,1 , , ,132 1 ' I I I 1 1 1 , I I C , 171 , I , ' , r1I2,'115, 1,127 ' ' , ' ,1 1 ' I - I ,112 ' I I ' , f , , ,'a3 Q ,' I I , I ,I , II,I8 , , , , ,I I ,I II 1 , av, H , , , 1 , 1 --'23 Y 2 154 Capper Ca rlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Ca rlson Publucatuons 177 Januce 56 87 Kenneth 73 K W Dentust 196 Larry 73 Loma 26 112 154 Carnahan Sall 26 83 114 Carney Vurgunua 70 80 Carothers Ture Co 185 Carpenter Gwen 26 122 Carr Bernard 56 112 Carr Larry 74 95 Carroll Charlotte 56 Cole Mary Ann 70 Coleman Kay 75 112 Coleman Sue 57 84 99 Coleman Tommy 53 142 143 4 147 148 155 Coleman W1ll1e 57 142 143 147 148 55 Colhouer Don 70 Colluns F T MD 196 Colluns Mrs Robert 13 Colton Leo 16 Comer Fannle 57 80 Comfort Tony 74 Compton Lunda 26 102 114 Dangerf1eld Mayor 27 Darrow Jackue 69 Daugherty Patty 57 83 123 Davenport Chester 13 119 Davenport Karen 27 99 112 Davles Vurgunla 57 83 120 Carroll Carroll Carson Carson Carter Carter Carter Ca rver Ca skey Cassudy Mrs 103 Raduo and Sound Arthur 56 Joseph 71 C rol 71 112 Eugene 56 M ry26 86112115 l 127 31 Tom 26 Cllnton 71 and Cook Dentust 196 Cast Theodore 16 131 Castle Beverly 26 87 Cavanaugh John MD 196 Cave Larry 26 112 Ceballos Alfred 26 Central Natuonal Bank 184 Chaffm Kenneth 56 Chalmers Glenn 74 Chalmers Jane 26 81 83 106 17120 Chamness Mrs P W Chamness P W 100 Chandley Ruth 56 Channel Glen 57 Charay Margaret 26 Charay Arthur 26 124 127 154 5 Concessuon Workers 125 Conley Sharon 71 87 90 112 Constable Nancy 57 154 Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Delores 57 D1xue 57 127 154 Glenda 57 Januce 70 Larry 74 159 Shurley 57 Vurg1n1a 74 Coons Lunda 72 112 Cooper Barbara 57 Cooper Herb 26 99 Cooper Jeanne 16 131 Cooper Nancy 57 Cooper WulI1am 69 90 Copenhafer Jane 26 87 4 122 123 54 Dav1s Davus Dav1s Davus Davus Davus Davns Davus Davus Davus Davus Gary 142 Janet 69 124 Jum 67 115 Juduth 57 Leslue 70 Lonnle 27 113121126 Mumu 74 98126127153 Nancy 27 97 113 154 Ronald 27 121 131 Terry 71 Tom 103 Coop Darlene 73 Copp Joe 47 122 124 142 147 55 Cor ull Robert 69 90 112 Corona Rachel 57 Corruck Frankl1n 75 Cottrells Furs 186 Charles Marlene 57 80 Chase Betty 57 122 123 Chase Shurley 74 122 Checkstand Workers 125 Cheerleaders 152 Chelson Gerald 26 121 Cheng Joan 57 Chezem Ann 70 90 Clruldress Charles 26 100 Chnlgren Judlth 74 Chusholm Foster 57 Chour 86 Chrastma Sandra 57 90 92 Chrastuna Susan 69 Chrustensen Bob 68 74 85 95 9 107 109 21 Chnstenson Karen 72 Chrustesen Donna 26 93 Chr1st1an Gary 57 Chrustuan Ray Jeweler 184 Chnstnan Ray 26 97 13 2 4 Chrustopher Photographers Clark Arthur 57 Clark Dorothy Ann 69 Clark Judy 26 98 112 124 127 54 Clark Patrucua 26 90 91 Clark Raydell 70 Clark School of Busuness Clark Vlfglnla 57 Cleland Joseph 74 121 Cleland Lula 73 Cleland Loe Ann 26 Clement Charlotte 57 83 Cl1nkenbeard Bob 57 Clunkenbeard Georgua 69 Cloepful Jamce 75 Coates Gary 73 Cobler Jum 57 Cochran Edward 53 Coca Cola 193 Coffelt Tom 26 86 98 Coffman Eddue 57 Coffman Esther 57 126 Coffman Judy 72 115 Coke Sandra 57 87 99 123 Coulter Gale 26 Counts Charlotte 72 Cuurtner L1nda 57 Cowan Donna 26 123 Cowan Judy 57 115 123 126 Cowger Mrs lrvun 15 Cowherd Sandra 57 Cox Edra 21 Cox Judy 51 Coy Homer 16 Crable Betty 72 Craft Charles 57 Crane and Co 197 Crank Charles 74 95 Crawford Jon 57 Crubbs Pr1sculla 70 80 8 Crutchfneld Don 75 Crutchlow Judy 57 Crone Dean 75 Crook J1m 69 Crook Vurgunua 71 Crosby lrotluers 191 Cross Country 162 Cross Sue 68 73 99 109 133 Crossley Sheula 57 80 83 124 Crouch Wulluam H MD 196 Crow Jane 27 81 118 124 Crow Mary Jane 27 83 97 Crowder Charles 57 Crowder Jolene 27 97 112 Crowder Mary 73 Crowder Sylv1a 74 Crowell Shnrley 27 Crume Eddle 57 Cugat Dance Studuo 1 Cullen Judy 27 83 Curnutt Dave 20 27 99 109 15 155 Curruer Kenny 27 Curry Ann 71 Curry Bull69 149 Custenborcler Florust 195 Daeshner Wulluam 57 90 Da1ley Januce 27 87 134 151 Dallas Jerome 57 Dalton Januce 57 90 112 Dance Band 92 Dangerfueld Carol 57 Dans Wellcome Dawson John 58 90 127 115 Dawson Rosemary 69 Dayton John 58 98 Dean Jack 15 156 157 Dear1ng Lunda 58 Deaver Danny 27 93 126 127 188 Debate 95 Decker I1 Lessenden M D 196 Deducatuon 4 Deeter Karen 58 86 Deever Larry 58 DeGraff .lay 71 Dehn Ruchard 27 Delfs Lynda 74 99 126127133 DeMoss James 72 87 Denn1ng Phyllls 58 Denzler Dona 27 90 Denzler Ellen 71 Departmental 76 104 Desormuers Anuta 73 Devune D1ane 75 83 133 DeWutt Jean 69 Duck Nellie 58 Duck R1chard 58 Duckey Bob 27 Dlcklnson Theater 193 Ducks Mrs 103 Dueckman John 58 Dueckman Ruchard 27 D1epenbrock Martha 58 83 12 126 7 Dullard lrvun 58 D1llard Larry 72 Dulley Harold 15 122 Dusbrow John 27 129 Dutch Wayne 58 Duttman Elmer 58 Duxon Nancy 27 86 118 119 127 Dobson Bob 27 Dood Glenn 71 149 Dodson Ronnue 70 Doherty Beverly 70 123 Domunquez Eleanor 27 Donaldson Eluzabeth 10 Donnelly Muke 27 126 Douglas Construction 188 Drake Kay 71 80 Drennon Mrs 103 Drury Edna 14 Dryer Barbara 71 Duclos Frank 69 Duckwalls 193 Dugan Joseph 75 Dumas Fred 73 156 158 Dunford Davud 75 80 116 17 Dunford Wllluam 72 Duran Vurgun1a 71 Dutt John 27 80113 126 127 Dyck Jacob 69' Eames Bemerce 58 Earl Jacquelune 71 Ebel Dave 45 75 98 121 Ebel Paul 69 121 Ebendorf Bob 58 94 142 146 147 155 Eby Antounette 27 Edberg Mary 28 80 86 123 Eddy John 69 Eden Dall 72 Eden Wallls 28 97 123 Edwards Earl 58 Edwards James 28 Edwards Januce 70 Edwards Norma 74 Egbert Januce 67 Eggleston Janet 58 Eucholtz Jon 28 80 152 1 15 171 4 Elbert Parry 72 Elduen Sharon 70 87 Electrons 106 107 Electnc Crty 166 Elluott Bev 58 85 87 126 5 Elluott Lee 69 Ell1ott Leland 58 Ellus Janet 72 122 Ellus Margaret 58 Ellnthorpe H F 13 Elluthorpe Mrs H F 14 Elmcku Betty 58 ElhlCkI Carolyn 28 112 Enuahuers Emmot Ardyce 28 87 Endluch Harry 180 England John 58 Englush 80 Eruckson Deo Ernckson John 28 09 113 160 188 Erwun Dana 16 103 155 162 Erwun Mrs Dana 15 Erwun Patrucua 75 Escobar Danuel 71 149 Escobar Johnny 58 130 142 Eshom Sharon 73 Espunoza Pete 67 Esquuvel Dorcelyn 58 Estes Tad 58 Etnyre Jane 28 83 99 123 12 126 7 Evans Mar1lyn 28 Everett Darl 53 142 Ewbank Mary 28 Faculty 12 16 Fadely Ga 28 113 127 180 Faurmont ulk 183 Falleyl Farnsworth Chuck 28 113 120 155 Faulconer Carol 28 81 90 95 114 23 Faulk Charles 103 Faust Lula 69 123 Faust Robert 28 90 Faust Ronald 28 90 Fe1st W1lluam 71 98 Fenney and Huobort Fenogluo Joseph 58 Fergus Lo1s 15 Ferrell Elaune 70 99 Ferrell Jeanette 28 89 123 Fueger Mrs Kay 17 Fnlger Charles 71 F1nch John 67 Flnger John 69 E L 12 Funk Steve 58 98 112 121 Funley Bernuce 13 Funley Judy 28 86 126 127130 Fush Rene 58 Fusher B111 28 Fusher Davud 70 116 117 Fusher Gary 58 67 F1sher Vurgulune 72 80 Futts Mary 28 98 112 126 127 135 154 F1tts Mrs Walter 14 Flack Bruan 28 113 121 122 Flcusch L M Dentust196 Flem1ng S1las 73 Fluckunger Gary 28 116 117 Flory Dorothy Dance Studuo 199 Ml,I, ,lm, 159, . , ,I ,, ', ', '. , ,' ,1 ' ' ' 154 ' ' ' ' Z ' 116,117, 10, ,177 a, , ' , ' 'I' , ,102, , U , , , ', , ' , , , ,sa, , , , ' 1 Q, , , 5, ,17 1 . ,', ,1'5 ' ' 'C ' , , . , " - ' , , ,,, 'I ,' ', ., 1123. , , , ', , , ,131 .1 . 1,. 11 i 1 3 1 , , , , 1 , ' ' -1 g.' , 124, 26, 1 ,154 , . , 1 1 .1 1 1 1 L f I I 1 I 1 1 I ' 1 D ' ', ' , ', ,11, , . ' . , 116,117, ,124 , ' , ,97, 107, , , , , , , , 108,1 , ,135,151, 112,116,1 , ,126,154 , , . 1 1 , , 1 , ,, ,14 ,1 , ,, 1 . ,, , 1 , ,, , d', , , , ,, , , ,, 1, , 158 ,. , , ,' ' ,159 I ' 1 ', , Z ,' , , 'Z' 41 ,12 ' ' ' j ', , ' , I j ' ' 11 - , y, U 41 on 1 , , 1 1 1 1 ' ', , . , , ' , ' ' ,' , 119, ', .162' ' 8, , ,I ' , " , , 7,126 ' , , 1 1 1 " I , Z ' 126, .isof ' ' I ' , " , 1 ,110, , 1 1 1 112, 122, 124, 4, 135, 1 1 ' 1 " U 1 ,122 138, 14, 143, 14, 151, , A U 155 , ,, , , , ,, 1 ,, 1 , , , , 1 ' ', I ' ' 154' ' ' ' ,1 , 1 1 ' 1 - , 154 1 1 , , - 4' j ' ', F1nk,'. . ,us Q ' ' as ', ,, , . ' f , , , ' ' , ' ', ', . , ,, 1 ,121 ' ' ' ",' ' , ' 1 , ,184 1, ' , ' , , . , - , .. I, V I I I , ,I , ,, , I: 1 1 r 'Air -I -rl 1 I j ,' ,132, ',' ,, ',' 1, , ,,, 133 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 - Flowers Jnm 58 Flowers Muna 58 80 87 122 Flowers R1chard 28 Flowers Rosne 58 Flowers V1rg1n1a 58 Floyd Bob 28 81 98 112 Fluke Annette 58 83 112 Fly Elbert 16 86 87 131 Fnose Sally28 115 118 120 127 54 Football 142 149 Football Game Cadets 124 Foots Maly 70 80 Forbes Larry 67 Forbes Naomr 58 Ford Carolyn 58 99 Ford Nancy 58 98 123 124 126 127 Ford Ruth 75 Foster Donna 58 122 Foster Larry 74 Fountaln Dorothy 58 Forward 3 Fox Dave 58 Fox Janet 58 Fox Roland 58 87 Fox Sharon 58 Frakes Barbara 72 Frankenberger Phll 58 Frantz Bessle 28 90 92 Fredenck Carol 58 Freed Loss 59 Freeman Beverly 69 Freeman Demans 29 93 Freeman Gary 59 Freer Barbara 73 80 Fre1dberg Steve 59 84 1114 12 126 7 Frelenmutl-1 Sandra 28 121 4 French Joan 68 69 83 85 99 107 123 124 127 133 French Lo1s 29 68 112 123 lg 127 134 137 O Fretz J1m 29 155 Fr1end Barbara 72 Frltton Bob 73 80 Frrtz Madelme 75 Frost EIv1ra 29 Frost Judy 59 97 FYUlfS J1mm1e 71 Frults Mary 59 Fry Karen 59 83 127 Fry Lynn 29 90 92 155 Fry Mabel 14 Frye Patty 59 Frye Raymond 70 149 Fuller L A Motor Co 184 Future Nurses 123 Future Teachers 123 Gabe V1rg1n1a 69 102 Games G Son Funeral Horne Garcua Carmen 29 123 Garcla F1del72 Gardner Denny 74 Gardner Robert 29 Garhart Marla 70 Garmer Tommy 73 Garretson Sandra 29 Garnson Mlke 59 90 92 Gas Servree Co Gately Judy 70 99 112 124 Gates Manan 75 Gatewood Mane 59 Gentry Barbara 59 83 94 Gentry Barry 70 Gentry Jerry 29 Geoffroy Ann 69 95 Gerdes Wayne 71 Gerye W A 167 Grbbs Clot-lung Co 167 G1bson Cynth1a 70 Gnbson George 59 GlffOfd Judy 59 as 127 Grlbert Anuta 99 123 Grlbert Clyde 16 79 Gllchrnst Carlotte 29 200 Gnlchrust Sandra 69 G1lI1land Donald 59 Grncher Robert 75 Glngery Davld 29 Gmgnch Wanda 70 Girls State 111 Gladfelter Janet 29 97 112 5 160 161 Gladfelter Joyce 59 84 99 Glanvrlle Barbara 71 121 Glassman Roy 29 98 Glendenrng Ruth 71 Godfrey Charlotte 73 Godwrn W R 10 Goebel Ula 29 93 Goebel V1na 73 Gomez Mary 22 Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Alfonzo 74 Amelua 29 Barbara 59 Joe 74 Ruchard 69 119 Gooden Rlchard 69 Goodm Charlotte 59 83 126 Goodm s Flowers Goodman Norman 70 Gordon Charles16 149 Gordon Don 59 Hanson Andy 70 Hansen Grac1a 32 80 86 123 127 130 54 Hansen W C Dent-Ist 196 Harbough Joyce 70 80 Harbour Bob 71 Hardee Florence 59 122 Harder Rosalyn 32 98 112 Hardlng Dorothy 69 97 123 Hardung Eldon 32 86 131 Harcllng Harold 103 Hardman Barbara 32 87 117 12 126 134 4 Hardounn Cathenne 32 80 Harmon Joyce 32 83 99 127 Harper 811120 32 90 92 Harper John 73 Harper Steve 70 Harr Leo 70 Harnngton Sharon 72 Harrls Larry 73 87 98 121 Harruson Nadme 59 84 85 12 127 Harnson Shrrley 32 Hartner Ralph 71 Gordon Ednth 29 93 Gorrell Beverly 59 90 127 Gough Barbara 72 Gough Yvonne 29 93 Graham Darlene 59 Grame Neva 59 Grant Carolyn 71 Grantham Becky 59 83 87 90 95 123 Gray Betsy 71 80 Grayce Shops Greco Rosemary 59 126 Green Elsle 59 Green Ester 72 Greenlee Rrchard 70 Greer Dr R1chard10 Greer Mrs W1lI1am 14116120 Greeve Mary 72 Gresser Manlyn 20 29 86 Hast1ngs Janlce 32 123 154 Hauser Kay 90 Havely Alberta 59 83 99 123 Hawkrns Al 59 Hawkuns Davld 74 122 179 Hawks Rae 59 81 Hawver Dlane 73 Hawver Sandra 32 9 Hayes Alyce 32 Hayes Kathryn 59 Hayes Kent 32 95 113 Hayes Lorna 32 99 126 Hayes Mlfll 59 98 Hayes Vernon 13 99 Gr1ff1n 12 113126 136 154 155 Davld 71 Gr1ff1n Leta 73 Grnggs Larry 29 97 113 121 Hays Shurley 32 123 Head J F MD 196 Heath Davnd 59 84 112 116 12 Heath Larry 32 81 Heckel Norma 71 122 Heer Kenneth 74 Hentmann Dennus 69 159 Helm Joan 72 Helmlrnger Dale 59 Helms Marrlyn 32 93 124 Gross Ben 69 Grover Phyllls 59 87 123 Grover and Newcomb 186 Grundeman Fred 29 Guerrero Henry 59 Guerrero Loretta 59 Guerrero Joe 29 80131 132 Gurss Veon 72 122 149 Guthrue Robert 72 Gutuerrez Ph1l1p 29 Haag Albert 59 Haag Ivan 59 Haag Terrence 16 Hafl1ch Gary 29 Hagewood Jane Lee 73 Haglund Ann 73 Hames James R 32 81 89 90 92 Hames Mary Jo 32 99 Hall Gary 59 90 Hall Paul 72 155 159 Halls 176 Haller Wrlma 32 Hallman Robert 16 89 91 92 Halseth Henry 73 Halstead Darlene 32 93 Halstead Terry 70 Hamnlton Jernann 53 Marnrlton I H Dentut 196 Hamllton Sue 32 93 Handeraft Shop 195 Haney 811159 155 Haney Davld 75 Hankenson Lmda 59 Hansel Beverly 32 Hansel Clrfford 75 Henderson Henderson Henderson Henderson H end r rc ks Colleen 32 83 June 13 Tlm 70 Twllla 59 Mrs 103 Hendrucksen Ne1l59 Hendnx Clarence 103 Henry Duane 32 87 99 124 126 127 54 Henry Donna 20 32 123 124 Henry Kurt71 Henson Colene 33 83 98 12 124 12 4 Henson Owen 11 12 121 Hercules Larry 59 98 112 156 58 Hernandez Martha 33 83 Herr Margaret 33 86 123 4 Hernck Martha 14 68 127 Hershberg JoAnne 75 Huckman Nancy 59 Hrcks DeWayne 67 Hrebert John 72 95 Hlebert Sue 33 81 127 Huggnnbotham Nell 33 90 Hnggmbotham Onerta 72 Hlggma Albert 59 99 Hrghland Crest lovlrng 4 Hulbert Larry 72 1-1111 Gary 69 H111 James 15 95 108 Hrll M G Dontlst196 Hullrner Leather Shop 186 Hmde Thomas 14 116 121 Hmds Joan 33 102 112 Hmds M1ss 1 Hunes Jetta 7 Hnppensteel Gary 33 Hnsey Barbara 74 Hltt Charlotte 72 H1 Y 122 Hock Verna 75 Hocker John 60 Hockett Nancy 33 83 Hodges Barbara 33 86 Hodges Jam 33 Hodges Lonnne 33 Hodge Photography Studlo Hodgson Drck 33 Hodo Ernest 60 Hoffmes Carl 103 Hoffman Kurt 72 121 Hogan Rosalle 60 Hogle Sandra 75 Hohberg Kenneth 33 97 Holbrook Carolyn 60 83123 129 Holcomb Floyd 16 Holland Perry 60 Holle Charles 33 81 86 112 12 142 145 5 Hollenbeck Bonme 73 99 Holly Gary 69 Holman Jo Ann 60 Holmes Davld 72 80 90 135 Holmes Harley 74 Holmes Jerry 71 Holmes Ruth 71 Holston Sally 60 122 Holt Larry 69 87 Holt Ruth 60 90 122 Horneeornrng 150 151 Horne Economics 83 Honor Pep Club 154 Hoover Ann 74 Hopknns Jum 33 100 Hopk1ns Mary 12 14 Hopkms Sandy 60 87 2 152 174 84 Horne Dons 60 Hornrng John 33 Horton Edward 45 75 Horton Don 60 Horton R John 60 80 155 Hotchkrss Chuck 60 98 2 156 Houck Shrrley 33 112 127 154 Howard Barbue 54 60 85 98 115 132 154 Howard Louann 33 90 92 Howre Mrs Maude 103 Hubbard Anne 72 Hubble Cynthla 33 123 Hudk1ns Arkle 33 156 Hudson 811167 Hudson Ramona 74 Huey Marrlee 60 Huffman Bob33 101 Huffman Faye 69 80 122 Huffman Ruth 60 Hughes Lmda 72 80 87 126 153 171 Humenckhouse Joe 73 Humphrey Pat 70 97 112 Hummer Dolores 69 Hunsncker Gary 73 Hunsrcker Sharon 33 87 Hunt Judy 33 93 Hupp DeLos 33 Hurd Margaret 33 93 Hussey Insurance A eney 190 Hutchnson Frances 3 Hutton Arlene 34 122 Hutton Jo Ann 60 Huyett Margorre 60 Hyle Carol 75 Hyle Ruta 34 93 123 Industrial Arts 79 lngemanson Paul 75 90 Ireland Betty Ireland Jack Isaac John 69 , A ' ' , , j , , , , ,124 . .. , I 03 , I , h , ,1 , , 3 I s I I I I A I r I r I r . I I I I I I I I I I I - 154 1 4, , ,180 , . , , , , , , I , , , , 127 I , , , , , 123 I , . , I I , 1 , , , , , , , ,90, - I , - , 1141131 I I I I I I I I , , V , 3, , ,15 I , , , , 97, 113,114,115 , I I I I I I I -I I I I ' I I I ' I. 1 . . I , 1 I I I I I I I I I I I ' , ' , 133 , , 1 , y I I I I I , ' 11O,1 , ,135 , , , , , , , , , ,93 2, , ,v 15 I I I I I I ' ' . I I I I I ' 5 ' . ' . ' I I I I I I I I I I I 3 I I I r I I I I I , I I 1, ,I2 , , , , , , , 83, , U 1 , , ,15 , I , , , ,, , , .,,, , . . , , , A , , ,80 , ,.,. , I , , 4 , , . , , I . .I . . , , , 102, 6, , , , 15, , . ' , , . , , 114, 115, 19, , 153 1 1, 154 , . " , , 120, 1-129, ,I 4 I I I I I I ,I , , 109, 1 , , ,130, ,, , , . , U 1114, ,, , I I I , , ' -, ,l , , ,112 , , , , , , , , . 1 1, , 158 , 122 , , , , , 124, I I I I I I I l I r I I I I I I - I ' I I , I , ,122 87, , , , .155 I I I A I I ' I- I I I II 1 , ' G , , , , , , ' I I I I I 192 112, 113, 3, , 126 , , , , 7, 15 , , . ' ' I I I IA , . ' I I I I I I I I I . , 1 I I 1 '- , , I I ' I I I I I I ' V ' ' ' I I I I I 1 ' ' ' ' 133 ' I , ' I I , . I I I ' ' ' - - ' I I I I I I ' ' , , I , n .1212 ' - - I u I I - - I I I ' ' I' . ' ' " . ' ' I I A I I ' I ' I I I l . I . - I . I I I I A I . I I I . r I .I ' ' ' I I I , I ' " ' Q 'I I I I t I I I I ' ' 1 Iverson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jacques Tom Danny 60 87 Erma 74 Jem, 34 142 155 Jo 72 122 John 60 Lawrence 34 Sammy 74 87 Tom 73 80 Jan1ce 34 123 James Grace 60 James Mar1lyn 34 93 Jameson Robert 73 Jamnson Vernon 71 Janltors 103 Jantzen Argell 71 90 Jaquuth Jan1ce 34 99 Jaramello R1ta 60 Jayhawk Construchon Co Jayhawk Drug Jayhawk Hotel 189 Jenk1ns Gary 72 87 149 Jennun s Nanc 34 83 123 Krammer Pete 103 Mames Deanna 74 9 Y Jenmngs Rodene 34 97 99 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnston Betty 60 87 Doug 60 Erland 70 Gary 60 Joan 34 Lathan 147 Malcolm 60 Rlchard 34 Ricky 72 Robert 60 Ron 60 127 155 S1dney 73 121 Robert 71 Jornes Paul 60 ey Harry 0 142 156 Jones Barbara 34 86 89 113 4 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones B111 34 Fred 74 Glenetta 60 Jo Ann 34 John 73 J W 13 2 Karen 60 Lawrence 60 Luculle 60 83 99 Marlene 60 87 Ma70 Lauber 'Y Jordan Barbara 73 Jordan Electric 170 Joss and Joss M D 196 Jovalus Chns 69 Joval1s Robert 34 86 131 Juneau. Janet 60 84 85 87 99124 135 161 Jungmann Wlllam 34 113 Jumor Class Otflcers 54 .lumor Class Play 129 Jumor Red Cross Councnl 114 Junior Plcturos 55 67 Jurey Tom 60 Justrrto Super Market Kaul Bob 60 142 Kay Nancy 34 84 86 112 127 Keelnng Sherman 60 Keelmg W1ll1am 74 Keeter Conme 34 93 Kenm Jack 60 87 Kenm John 60 Kemper Bob 73 Kennedy John 61 Kenmson Betty 73 Kentzler Charlotte 34 87 123 lKepf1e1d Juduth 34 90 123 Kerle Joyce 73 Kerr T A 10 Ke er Jm 34 86 98131 Key Club 121 Key Patr1c1a 16 131 K1b1er Nancy 34 80 86 126 127 30 K1en1nger Robert 69 149 Kleswetter Dottle 34 87 Kuger Charles 35 86 98 Kllgore Carmen 35 81 97 Kulgore Carroll 61 122 14111461 wany 61 Karnbrough L L Dentu 6 Krng Carolyn 61 K1ng Floyd 69 90 Kung Ross 61 Knngman Mrs E ther 12 Knstler Lloyd 15 Kltts Lou1se 75 KJAY 179 Klemmer Barbara 61 87 Klesath James 70 Kllewer R1chard71 90 159 Kllewer Susan 35 86 154 Kn1ght Mary 61 85 112 123 27 Kn1ght Ralph 74 Knoles Earlene 61 87 126 127 Koehler Arthur 61 90 Kohl Susan 73 123 Korte Sharon 73 112 Kotoyantz Leon 80 113 Kneg s Flowers 195 Ku1ken Ben 61 112 LaCrone Beverly 35 124 Lacy Jerry61 90 119120 121 129 La Frombo1se Cnene 35 83 9 92 119 7 La1d1er Judy 71 112 Lasng AIICIB 61 85 95 114 5 120 Lake Don 75 Lamb Donna Lee 35 81 90 9 l 2 Lamb Margaret 61 Lee W1nston 61 142 Leech Barbara 75 Legg Marsha 61 86 112 Lennnerr V1rg1I 35 84 Lenghty Gary 61 90 Leshe Carolyn 71 Leuenberger Mana 3 7 Lew1s Bob 61 98 122 Lewu Burkholder Smlth Rees Attorneys 196 Lewli Lew1s Lewns Lewns Lew1s Lew1s 1.ew1S Lew1s Lletz Llght Everett 69 159 Ida 61 Leona 35 98 154 Mar1e 35 Melvm 61 122 142 Phul 61 Roger 70 Ronald 61 Reta 61 Carole 74 80 L11e Llnda 61 Llnder Karen 61 Llndsay Robert 35 155 Lnndsey Delores 75 L1ndsey Kay 61 86 Lrneberry Gale 61 102 Lmgo Charles 71 90 Lmge Mrs Robert 14 L1nton Carol 69 123 L1ra Delores 35 93 L1ra Gonzalo 69 Llsher Jnm 35 86 99 Luttle Jerry 53 L1tt1e Joyce 69 L1ttle Stephen 61 90 L1ttIe1ohn Geraldlne 69 L1ttIe1ohn John 35 134 3 14 4 Luttlelohn Sh1rley 61 Locke Gerald1ne 70 Locke M1chael 72 126 Logan Larry 71 Lohmann Lynda 69 89 123 Long Long Long Long Long Long Beverly 35 Dav1d 70 87 Glen 35 97155156161 Larry 61 Lrnda 35 Rnchard 69 Longaker Margaret 35 97 Lambert Charlene 35 Lambert Darlene 61 Lambert Gale 61 Lambert Gary 72 Lambott Edelyn 74 122 Landen Alan 61 Landes Burrell 35 113 122 Lane Bobble 61 Lane Judy 73 Laney Janet 61 123 Langdon Rrchard 73 Langton Sylvua 74 80 Language Clubs 84 Lantus Larson Larson Latter Larry 70 L1nda 35 86 98 112 115 130132 34 Roger 71 87 98 133 Thema 6 114 26 Larry 71 98 Keuthley Al1ce 34 Keller Karen 74 Kelley Mary 72 Kelly Dennus 60 B5 114 117 1191201121 122125129 Kelly, Kelly Kelly, Kelly Kelly, Kelly, Jan1ce 72 Joe 60 142, 146, 155 John 15, 93 Nancy 60, 102 123 Nancy 70, 87 Patsy 34, 83 Kemble, Barbara 74 Lauck J1m 74 149 Lauer Denn1e 35 81 Lauterbach Mary 61 95 114 119 120 127 Lauterbaeh Realtor 180 Lawrence, Patr1c1a 35 86 Lawson 81 Kennedy, M D Lawson, Thelma 75 Lawton, Karen 61 Leamer, Larry 74 Lebow, DeAnna 61 Lee, Lloyd 70 Longstaff Ern1e 61 142 146 148 55 Look W1ll1am 61 Loomus Ruth 13 83 Lopez Cec1l1a 61 Lcpez Gabr1el 35 142 144 Lotspe1ch Maureen 69 Lovell Loretta 69 99 Lowder J1m 122 Lowe Marllyn 61 87 99 117 35 16 Lund Jack 74 95 149 Lund John 15 Lund Roger 73 Lundgren Dan 35 81 155 Lundgren Jan 61 83 90 Lundgren Madel1ene 74 80 87 23 Lux Samuel 73 87 121 131 133 59 Lyle Tlm 61 Lynn Frank 62 Lynn Paul 38 122 McCabe John 62 98 115 McCall Judy 75 McCall Merr1ll 62 80 87 McCiandless M ry 38 112 4 McCann, Kenneth 38, 1 19 McCarter Duane 38 81 McCartney, John 75 McCIaran, Rosal1e 38, 93 McClellan, Ernest 38, 86, 90, McClenny, Barbara 38 McCorm1ck Mrs Mur1el 15 McCorm1ck Randall 38 McCoy James 62 McCune Ruth 70 80 McCurdy Charles McDcnald John 67 142 McElroy Donna 73 83 99 4 MCEIwa1n Twulla 62 99 122 MCC-Brew John 38 90 97 134 2 I4 McGu1re Larry 62 90 McGu1re Norma 70 McJunk1ns Carole 38 83 126 McKay Chr1st1na 69 McKay Nancy 38 93 McKay Tw1lla 62 McKee McKee Karen 38 112 126 McKee Mlke 38 86 102 132 McKethen Joyce 62 80 McK1m Dav1d 74 McKn1ght Patrucla 62 McKnown Tom 70 McMaster Bonnue 62 McM1llan Jan1ce 70 132 McNeal James 71 McNeal Juan1ta 38 McNuney Denn1S 70 Mc ueary JBCKIE 62 McReynolds Jay 38 80 MCWIlll8mS Carol 38 93 122 Mck S lly 38 83112113 117 120 127 Maddern Peggy 38 93 Madngals 86 Mah s Cafe 185 Mah J1mmy38 121 122 142 145 55 Ma1 Don 74 Magorettes 92 Manron R1chard 72 Manley Mary 75 Mann Janet 38 84 116 117 12 4 Mannlng Jerry 73 90 122 Mannschreck Arlm 62 Markley W1ll1am 72 Marlln Mlchael 38 86121 129 Marlow Jan1ce 62 Marlmg s Ed Marquette Carl 62 Marsh Ronny 73 Marshall Mar1anne 38 84 89 112 4 Marshall Rnchard 75 94 121 Mart1n Martm Mart1n Mart1n Martm Mart1n 4 Mart1n Mart1n B111 39 Hobby Shop June 70 99 Karen 62 102 123 Lumber Compan Lynne 38 831287 112 Peggy 75 Rosemary 62 Marx Larry 39 Mason Ted 103 Masquat Carole Masque and Wng 127 Matchett Dav1d Mathematlcs Club 81 Mather Larry 62 142 1 Math1es D1ana 62 Matthes Duck 39 81 87 155 Mattox 39 90 93 May Dlck 62 May Larry 70 87 158 Mayer Jenn1e 70 Mayer Mary 72 80 Meadow Acres Meagher, Betty 62 Mellenbruch, Juan1ta 70 Mellnes, Mary 62 Melton, Rosalle 62 Mendez, Joe 71 Mendoza, Maxnmo 74 Mendoza, Ramona 62 201 I J I ll V I r I C ' , , ' , . , , . ,132 . 1 , , ' ' f ' , '.' ,' . ' ', '38 f ' .'- - ' , S. 9, ,' ', . , , sl , 1 , , , 112, 114,115,154 12 , , 176 , , . , , , , . , '. , ' a- , - , , , , , ' , E, " , I , 137,14, 5,155 f ' , , 1 ' ' ' ' 1 ' 'f ' ' ,' ', ' ', ,154 I ' ' ' , ' ' A I Q' I '122' ' ' ' , Q fc. J. 16, 131 ' f ' , . ., 'nw - ', , V' ,I ' ', ' ' f ',' , ' ' , . S . 13, 1 ' 1 ' 154 81,115 1 , , ' , ' , f , , 1 ', 1 , Q ', ' f 'f ,,,113, 123 ,' "' , ' , , 1 . 122 a , a , 1 1 . , ' ,1 , 114,116, , , ,154 I , , , ', , ,123, ' Q , ,' ' ' ', ' ', , ' 1 , ,137, , ' , . , . J ,I , , , 142, 14, 4, 146, 147, ,1 0 , , . 147, . . 18 U 155, , 1568 , , ,304 , - - , I5 , , ,112, Kraft, Carolyn 74, 99, 124 Lloyd, Ken 61 Ma1n, Susan 38 , , Q, 15 I A ' I 8 I A 1 1 4, r 7 1 i I' I I I ' I V' ' 1 vo, , ,12 . , , 1, I ' , , ,126, . I .. f 1 - 'I 4 ' ' ' ' ' lll, ,129 I , 7 ' ' , ,. .. 81' , ,1'5. "' '15 ' ' , 1 , , , , ' Y , ' ' . 127,1 , 1,180 ', , , , , , f . ' ' , , , 11,116,117, 3, 124, , , ' ' , 127,154 K ' 1 ' f ' ' , . ', - ,1 , 62 1'14, ,131 ' ' ' 114: , ,' ,'1 ',136f I 41 1. ' 62 I , H 154,155,16l,167 ,I I I I 561,58 -, , 124,127 M 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I If 4 I r 1 1 1 , I , ' ' ,' ' . , , , 115, ', , ' 152 ' ' , 4' ', , f 1 , , , , I 1 ,123 122 ' Mendoza Rudy 67 Mendoza Teresa 67 Merchant Mary 75 Mernck Barbara 39 126 127 Merrlck Ray 75 112 149 Merrlman Nancy 62 123 124 Messlck Marcla 74 Metzenthm Paul 62 Metzger Donna 62 Meyer Robert 72 102 Meyers Allen 39 114 158 Meyers Kenneth 11 113 Mlchael Carlene 62 Mlchael Sharon 39 93 Mrddaugh Larry 62 Mrdvest Office Supply 195 Mnlburn Jlm 70 Mlller Muller Muller Muller Miller Muller Mlller Muller Maller Mlller Charlene 73 David 62 Jacklln 75 Judy 39 99 134 Larry Url 62 Larry lSoph1 73 Marcla 39 86 98 154 Mrs Robert 15 107 Ronald 39 93 Wllma 69 Mull: and Clark M D 196 Mllls Duck 54 62 M1Ils Gary 62 98 Malls Judy 62 86 176 Mmor Jeanell 62 87 Mlnor Sports 163 Mlstler Rlchard 69 84 87 12 149 Mltchell Barbara Ann 62 122 Mltchell Barbara JO 62 154 Mltchell Carolyn 39 93 Mitchell Jlm 39 Mltchell Rosemarle 69 Mltlawskl Caralee 73 Muze Jack 39 115 Modern Shoe Servrce 177 Moe Don 62 157 Moege Lee 39 80 Moeller Carole 69 Mohler Davnd 39 80 86 1 Monnlnger Mauruce 74 Montes Joseph 14 84 Montes Ramon 62 Montfoort Jean 69 Montgomery Dorothy 62 Montgomery Joyce 62 Moody Cralg 62 Moon Glenn 62 Moore A162 121 Moore Delons 69 Moore Errol 63 89 Moore s look Store Morand Sharon 70 Moreland Paul 70 Morford Fern 71 Morgan Carol 74 80 Morgan Gary 63 Morgan Mack 63 92 Moms Plan Company Mosby Mack Motor Company Mounger Marllyn 75 Mullenux Clarence 13 82 124 Mullm Ernest 75 Mumford Larry 71 Munoz Barbara 63 87 Munoz MICkQY 74 Munoz Robert 63 Munson John 39 Munson Tom 63 Murray Blanche 63 Murray James 39 86 Murray Shnrley 71 Muslc 86 Myer Shlrley 71 Myers Carol 69 Myers Joyce 63 83 90 Myers June 63 80 Nagels Lonme 72 90 Nall Carl 13 93 Neaderhlser George 17 89 1 921 202 Neeley Barbara 71 Neff John 13 Nerswanger Company 193 Nelson B111 39 Nelson Harry 14 78 131 Nelson Jlm 69 87 112 9 Nelson Marcna 68 74 98 10 126 7 Nemechek Loretta 63 87 122 Nemechek Margone 39 122 Newell Jane 63 Newman Cloyce A M D 196 Newman Jacquelme 39 87 Newman Evelyn 70 Newman Gary 72 Newman Patncna 72 87 90 New Students 75 Nncolay Wanda 63 122 Nlemann 811163 121 N1eman Holle 75 80 83 97 99 123 133 Nlghtlngales 182 Nmcehelser Karen 71 122 Nlsbeth Gerald 63 Noble Carol 75 124 Noble Roger 39 81 Noe Norman 39 98 Noller Marllyn 39 99 112 2 126 134 154 74 Norman Mary Ann 39 123 Norrls Mary 40 86 127 4 Norton Kenneth 40 100 Nottmgham Eugene 63 107 Nudson Gary 63 Nuzman Loren 16 79 Nyman J1m 75 90 Nystrom Robert 63 O Brlen John 40 119 Ofhce Personnel 17 Ogan Nadeane 40 93 O Hara Betsy 69 80 Oldham Allen 40 112 Ollver Sandra 73 107 Olson Karon 54 85 63 83 9 123 124 32 Olson Mllton 6 Operetta 130 131 Orchestra 88 89 Oroke Charlene 40 83 97 Oroke Robert 63 O Rourke Mlke 63 Orr Carol 63 123 124 Orr Elalne 69 80 123 Ortlz Cato 53 Ortaz MODICS 70 Ortlz Nata11e 71 Oflll Socorro 72 Ort1z Tommy 69 Osborne L1nda 40 87 Osburn Jamce 63 86 112 Osburn L C Dent1et196 Osslan Sally 63 80 87 98 5 126 Osterhaut om 63 Ostrode Jack 63 98 115 12 126 7 OSul11van Jerry 14 84 108 Overman Lynne 40 90 Owen Carol 40 81 89 Owen Dean 40 Owen Judy 70 112 Owens Earnest 103 Pamter Jnm 40 113 152 153 Palace The 190 Palmer Carl 40 Palmer Mary Lou 63 Palmer Oscar 16 Pantle Jm 63 86 295 110 Papenhausen Joyce 40 83 Paramore Jane 40 90 112 115, 127 9 Parchman Robert 70 Parker Steve 70 Parkerson Keuth 63 Parkham Percy 103 Parnell Beverly 40 Party Pantry 182 Patterson Eleanor 40 Patterson Patrlcla 63 84 126 127 Patterson Sally 40 97 124 Patterson V1rg1n1a 71 Paul Carolyn 63 B7 99 14 123 Paul Mary Jo 40 Paus Lols 63 114 124 Payne Ken 40 142 Paynter Maren 40 83 99 124 Pearce Mary 74 Pearman Sara 69 80 123 Peavler Sarah 70 80 Peddy Elbert 63 Peele Allce 40 81 95126 127 Peery Dorothy 63 80 123 Peggy s Parakeets 187 Pellett Dave 40 81 86 98 Pelletrers 167 Pennant Cafetena 195 Penvell Gabel 192 Percufleld Deanna 40 86 154 Perez Els1e 70 84 Perez Manuel 63 Perluns Donald 63 15 9 Perry Betty 40 84 4 Perry Emma 70 Perry Julle 63 Perry Kay 70 97 132 Perry Patsy 40 102 112 4 Peteflsh Wanda 63 83 12 123 4 Petereck Gayle 63 123 Peterman B111 63 Peters Larry 41 127 Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Harry 41 n 118 119 Karlen 63 142 Nettle Dress Shop Petterson John 63 142 Pettqohn Ronald 41 99 101 12 2 Pettlt Carol 70 126 Petty Terry4l 116 117 12 155 2 Peyton Frltton Pllester Norma 41 Pfuetze Gretchen 69 Pfuetze R E MD 196 Phelps Marlyne 41 Phelps Percy 103 Phllllps Phlllups Ph1ll1ps Ph1l11ps Phulllps Gerald 41 Gordon 63 90 122 Phyllls 63 Ruth 13 Velma 72 Photo Club 121 Physrcal Educatron 96 Prctoual 193 Plerce Earlene 64 84 87 9 114 3 Plerce 5h1r1ey 71 Proneer Natronal Life Insurance Company 182 Pllcher Mrs Marllyn 17 98 Play Cadets 126 Plaza larber Shop 195 Plaza Hardware 173 Pock Nancy 64 Pogson John 16 Pounter Marcla 73 80 90 Po1r1erCon 68 73 95 107 1 9 Posner Rosemary 41 99 115 127 54 Pollard Beverly 20 41 97 98 12 12 4 ,154 I I ' I ' f 6 I I 1 I 124, I - , ' 1 2, 143, I 148, 155 - I I 1 I - I I I I 116, - I I I I , I , 117, , 1 r I I I I 4 I I ,14 , I , ' - I 7,' , 12 ' ' ' f " I I 124, ' " , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11161 1 1 1 " 1 , I I I 117,11, ,1I22 I I I I 125 I ' ' I I , ,, . . I - ' - , . .196 ' , 1 ' 1 , , , ,112, 1 - , 1 1 1 1 ,124 1 ' I 1 - I - I I I ,913 f I 1 ' ' ' , I 112, 124, 6, 132 I 1 ' ,' U 1141117, 13,1 51271 - '1 1 11 " ' ,'1 11'1l51 1 ' 1' 111 I I 167 ' , ,142, 158, , 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 6, 15, ' , 1 I ,159 r I I , I ,102,112, , ' I , , I 11 , . . I I4 I I I 1 0 Z 1' f ' 'H 1 I 1 1 . I ' I l 1 r A 1 , I 99, ' ' 21 1 15 R ' 1 '1 'I 'I , 122, I, ' I 124' ' ' ' ' 1 I 155 , , I' , Moeller' C1aE'd'a 39 42 Olds, John 40, 87 Peterson, Gary 72, 149 Raimey, Gerald 73 " 1 " ' ' I' I' I , I I Joh I ,I 120, - f " ' ' 1 1 9' I I I I ' I 1 I I , I146, 112, 114, 115, 121, 131, 1 I 155 155, I I 189 1 3' 154 ' ' ' I1,1'2 ' ' ' j I ' 1, I' I I , I I1 I1 I1 '120, I i 1 1 I I I 6, I 16 , ' , , 1122, 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 I - ' 127, I, 161 I, II l, .rw I ' ' I 132' ' ' ' A' f ' ' ' 1 ia 1 1 1 - I I ,I - 5- I 6, 12 D I I I I I I I I I I I 1 ' 11 I 127 ', , , I '1 1 1 ,f ' ' ,97 , , , ,87 1 , , , ,121, ' ' , 1 2, , 12 , ' , I I ,9s, 1 1 I 1 ' ' I I I I 9, ,12 , , 1 1 1 110,112 I , 'I I , I 1 1 1 1' I I ' ' ' 124, , 'I ' ,lea ' I 1 ' ' ' ' r ' f ' , 1 1 I - I - I I I I 1 I ,127 f ri f 109,' 21,12', 133' ' -149 I ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 I I ' I 112,114,115, 19, 131 124, ,1 .I ' - I' I I I ' I 'I I 109,'117, 6,' 7, 1,3 ,' ', , 1 91 131 ,17 151 ,180 Polter Larry 64 Polter R x41 97 22 4 145 Poort Edward 41 86 126 55 Poort Steve 64 121 Porter James 10 Poseys 195 Powell Jack 41 87 112 9 120 Powell Margone 41 Powers and Preston M D Pracht Laura 70 Prater Elazabeth 64 80 Preferred Pure 186 Press Club 120 Pressman Larry 70 Preston Joan 41 86 123 154 Pnce Bob 41 78 Prlce Douglas 73 Prlce Glenda 64 85 87 12 Prrncrpal 11 Prlngle Annabel 11 113 Prmgle Robena 15 94 pflnllflg Blllle 64 Proctors 98 99 Proctor Arthur 41 122 155 Puckett R ll Dent1st196 Pugh Dlane 64 83 124 Pulllam Judy 72 Purnell Dolly 64 87 98 127 Purnell Penny 73 95 98 Purnnes Jerry 64 Pusch Jam 41 Pyle and Gray M D 196 Queen of Courts 160 161 Qulck Owen 73 158 Qu1ett Jack 74 Qurll and Scroll 120 Rafter Renae 64 83 98 123 Rahmeler Lyle 71 Ralnes OmerM MD 196 Ralney Nancy 70 Rauney Rogers 64 Ralston Danny 64 87 98 107 162 188 Ram1rez Fred 64 Ramlrez Marne 80 Ram1rez Mary 41 97 Ram1rez Toody 73 Ramos Jsm 41 86 113 130 Ramos V1ctor1a 71 Ranch House 195 Rangel Edward 41 Ratllff Joyce 73 125 Raven Vern 41 Reade Vana 71 Reamon Duck 72 Reamon D ne 71 99 115 12 7 Reams Max41 121 122 Reavls Sue 41 123 124 Reaugh Shelby 41 83 86 Rector Sharon 69 Redd Larry 42 Redmond Joe 64 156 158 159 Redmond Ralph 42 155 156 Reeb Geraldme 74 Reed Charles 71 Reed Sherry 42 78 99 107 127 135 154 Reeder Torn 64 87 Reeves Barbara 42 87 99 12 124 Reeves Sandy 69 Relcherter Nancy 74 Reld Lawrence 16 143 148 Reld Nancle 71 Rembrandt Photography Studlo Remmers B111 75 Renberger Nancy 42 126 127 RenfroI Roy 42 Renyer Marvln 64 99 llepresentatuve Councel 110 Reser D1ane 64 Revelle Gary 70 Rhodes Ann 42 83 98 154 Rhodes George 71 121 RICE Cynthla 7 R1ce Jack 42 101 Ruce Lavma 64 Rvchards Bobette 64 Rlchards Judy 74 Richardson Gary 64 Rlchardson Jackue 42 Rlchardson Joanna 64 R1chardson Patncna 71 R1chel Karen 75 80 Rldgeway Judy 72 R1dgeway Vern 42 Rldrnger Bull 42 Ruekenberg S1byl64 116 120 123 Rlggnn Barbara 72 99 Rnley Jo 69 R1ngey Lmda 42 93 Rlssen Don 64 Roach Bettle 67 Roach Davnd 75 Roach Ellen 42 102 123 Roach Hardware Roach Lesl1e 64 Roberts R1chard 74 Robertson Jean 15 Robertsons 187 Robertson Sunny 64 85 87 114 124 Robmson Robrnson Robmson Rob1nson Rob1nson Robmson Roblnson Robmson Beverly 72 J H Dentrst 196 Jack 64 Joyce 64 Judy 73 121 123 June 64 99 123 Robert 64 Shnrley 72 Rocha R1chard 64 Rocha Rosemary 42 Rodr1guez Ellsa 42 Rodrnguez Gllbert 64 Roe D8Vld 72 149 Roe Janey42 86112130131 Rogers Fr 42 142 43 147 148 Rogers Gary 73 Rogers George 64 98 Rogers Glenn 72 149 Rohr Max1ne 42 122 Romero Genevleve 71 Romng Janlce 42 Root Nancy 64 Rose S1byl64 84 86 90 Rosenlund Betty 71 94 Rosenwald Sharon 20 42 12 114 126 154 155160 Ross Marsho 42 Ross Shrrley 73 Roth Gary 64 Rowland Barbara 70 Rowland Ronnue 73 Rowles Joan 64 83 Royer Mrs Bertha 103 Rozema Patncna 64 80 94 126 127 Rucker Oll1e 42 86 123 Ruggles Larry 69 149 Rulon Leula 42 93 Rumbaugh Rachel 53 Rumsey Donald 64 122 142 Rumsey Ronald 74 Runyon John 75 Rush Ronald 75 Russell Bruce 64 Russel W Walter 17 Rustman Daleen 75 Sachs Florist St John Hayden 72 84 90 St John Sharron 42 89 112 123 150 151 Sallman Bob 70 90 Salsbury Bonnle 64 132 Sandbloom Carol 64 Sanders Lynn 42 87 Saut Dons 64 87 Saut Roger 45 81 90 92 Sawyer Cyrene 71 99 Sawyer Grace 45 83 97 114 15 123 '26 154 Sawyer Jonn 72 Saylor Ed 54 64 99 114 115 Scales Elame 45 Scales Leona 71 Scales Ruth 72 Schaefer Gary 64 98 Schaeffer Deanna 45 112 114 126 27 Scheck Francls 74 Scheck Gerald 45 Schendel Pest Control 195 Schendel Robert 10 Scheuerrnann PhyII1s Scheuermann Ray 45 97 Schuesser Norman 45 80 126 155 156 162 Schmld Kathryn 45 86 90 123 154 Schmudt Jenlfer 73 Schmrdt Leota 71 Schmudt Mary Lou 45 87 123 134 54 Schne1der Larry 45 86 142 144 145 148 155 Schoenfeldt Sandra 73 80 School Shots 6 7 Schrader Gordon 65 Schrock Janet 65 99 112 123 154 Schulteus Marvun 65 87 Schumann Nadme 65 Schuster Mary 72 89 Schutter Jackne 65 Schutter Karen 74 Schwartz J1m 72 Schwundt Harold 103 Sclence Club 82 Scofreld Elame 74 Scotch Cleaners 167 Scott Bob 65 122 Scott Janus 69 Scott Jay 73 Scott Steve 70 149 Scott Motor Co 171 Scrinopskle lrothers Scr1vener Noel 45 8 2 8 119 120 Seabrook Family Shoes 182 Seckmger Bob 69 Security leneht Life 187 Seeley Barbara 74 122 Seeley Shoe Ce 175 Segura Henry 65 Selbach Sharon 65 154 Senate Cafeteria 190 Senior Clan Officers 20 Sensor Councrls 112 113 Senior Glees 87 Senior Pictures and Activities 21 53 Senne Joellen 45 86 99 113 Senne Marrlyn 45 84 86 112 123 154 Senogles Sharon 65 Senogles Shnrley 65 Serna Lawrence 45 Sewell Oil Co 185 Seyler Joe 73 Sharp Oren 65 Sharp Terry 65 Shaver Byron 75 Shaver Delbert 45 Shehu Jnm 45 Shepard Nancy 45 87 She rd J 71 Sheggn 11-lgwdzrd 45 111 184 Sherrer Gary 72 95 Sherwrn Owen 65 Sh1deler John 65 142 Shmer Mrs Ernest 10 Shmer Kay 45 99 114 Shockley Don 73 90 Shortman Claudra 65 99 132 4 Shoup Robert 75 Shoyer Charles 16 79 125 Shrake Electrrc 177 Shnmplm Charlotte 45 Shultz Lo1s 45 Shultz Suzanne 75 Shupe Tom 65 Shutt Jack 45 84 90 95 155 156 159 162 Shutt Steve 45 Shutz Charles 10 Shy L1ll1an M 45 Subberson Erna 17 Snlver Carolyn 45 101 112 126 127 154 182 Sllver Fur Co 182 S1lversm1th Loreleu 72 S1mmons Bob 75 87 S1mmons Larry 48 87 S1mmons Paul 72 Slmons Carl 103 Surnons Charles 65 Sumpson Janet 65 83 97 Sums Dorothy 73 Slpes Clyde 48 142 144 Sk1nner James 72 122 Skyline link 170 Slaby D3VId 65 122 Slack Carol 48 Slawson Lar 70 Slease Sllgar Sloan Sloyer Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Smrth Sm1th Sm1th Smlth Sm1th Smith Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Sm1th Smuth Sm1th Mrs O3 Lylene 74 Mary 65 123 Davld 71 87 149 Barbara Jean 48 Barbara 48 126 Barry 75 Conn1e 72 83 123 Darla 48 93 Duck 48 89 90 92 Fred 71 Gary 69 149 159 Gerald 65 Helen L 65 Jeanne 65 122 JoAnne 65 Kenneth Larry Dean 75 LeoA M D 196 Lawrence 65 Mary Alsce 48 90 92 Marylyn 48 89 131 Nellue 74 Norma 65 87 98 123 PearI1ne 73 Rrchard 73 Sharon 73 Shnrley 48 87 Sonya 48 99 112 Ted 69 V1rg1n1a 65 85 87 106 4 120123154155187188 Sm1th Wayne 74 95 121 Sm1th Wanlfred 72 Smrha Emlly 72 99 Smrha Katherme 48 B3 99 Sneden Joe 65 Sneden Johnnae 48 Sneden Wesley 48 101 Snoddy BOPIDIG 65 Snook Snook Snook Snook Snook Arleen 48 Carol 65 Erleen 48 Jackle 69 Jerry 48 Snyder Carl 13 Snyder Gerald 48 93 Snyder Karen 48 Soclal Studies 94 Solt Harold 48 87 112 Sophomore Class Ufflcers 6 Sophomore Party 133 Sophomore Pictures 69 75 Soudek Velma 65 90 123 Sourk Kenneth 65 Southard Charles 70 149 Southard Molly Jo 65 Southard Payne 48 Spencer Brock 65 95 98 112 15 Spetter Delores 65 83 Space Helena 69 Spacer Jamce 65 114 Spuvey Sharon 71 Sportsman s Store 179 Sprenks Bruno 69 Sprmgstead Jack 48 174 184 Sprrnkle Jo Ann 122 Stahl Davld 65 98 121 142 Stalker C L Dentlst196 Stalter Lnnda 73 99 Stamm Nancy 65 112 Stanchffe Alan 48 95 112 Standlay Marguente 71 Stansbury Gary 95 Starbuck Clnfford 48 122 142 144 155 Starbuck Larry 70 122 Starr Jrmmy 48 81 Steele Fr1tz1e 49 81 98 108 2 132 134 136 Steele Gary 71 153 Steele Patty 74 Stelnbrunk Larry 71 Ste1nman Ray 65 Steunmeyer Bob 65 Ste1nmeyer Neva 70 Stevenson Nancy 76 126 127 Stevenson Sonya 49 Steves Harold 49 90 Steves Rod 75 Steward Fred 103 Stewart Lee 49 St1ll1e Judy 49 93 122 Stlnar Amta 17 Stocklng John 49 113 119 120122 127 177 Stone Charlotte 65 Stone John 49 Stone Judson 49 94 114 Stone Munam 65 Stone Saundra 49 Storum Kay 65 Stouffer Sheryl 6 Stovall Bobby 49 86 127 Stovall Gary 70 90 Stovall Marvm 49 90 Stowell Wanda Jean 72 Strahan J1Il 66 Straut Sharon 72 Stratton Hardware 172 Streeter Clenton 69 Stung Ensemble 88 Stromqu1st Kay 66 87 131 Stroth Charles 49 Stryker Charlotte 49 85 99 126 127 Stuart Mary 49 Studebaker Karen 66 Student Congress 108 Student Council 109 Students 18 75 Stuenkel Judy 68 73 107 109 123 133 188 Stumbo Irwin Attorney 196 Stumbo John 55 66 121 125 Sturm Kenneth 66 142 Stwalle Sharon 66 99 Suddut Howard 67 Sulllvan Kstty 49 90 92 93 Sumey Pete49 113 115 134 136 155 156 57 Summers Mrs Beulah 13 Summers Dr Gordon 10 Summers Jum 69 90 129 Sundell Don 75 Sunflower Linen 180 Sunflower Staff 116 117 Suthernn Mrs Heler114 74 85 Swann Drxre 49 Swan John 71 203 I . I I . I I I I .I 7 I I I ,I I I I5 , . , . I, , , I , I, . I I, I I ,I IIC , , I , , I ' . ' 4 , ' ', 1 , , , 1 ' , , , , , , , , , ' 1 ,121 ' , ' 121,155 , , , Q I , . , ,113, A '. ' . . I I I. . I - 1 1 I I . . I . ' I I I ' f ' 113, 115, 117,'119:124Z 'I I II' ' ' ' , ' , ,117, ' ' I - 75I 80I ' I 1 1 I . I I I I 1 I1 I I I I II ,I 1I ' . 1 . , , ,149 I ' 1 ' ' , , , 199, , ' , ' ' ' I ' 1 A I 1 1 1 1 . ' , . , ' , 109, 113, 114, 115, 121, 1 . ,123 I, .1 , , 17, , , ,155 ' 1 1 1 1 , I 1 y I Q 1 1 1 I I ' 102 ', ,132 ' ' I ' ' I ,I . 1 , ' , 1 I 1 I I 1 - ' I . I I .I I I I , ' 1 I 1 1 I 1 I ' . I I I I I I I 1 1 1 , , , ' ' , I ' ' 1 - 1 1 1 ' ' f ' schn'Ms.1o3 -' .- - I I u er, f' Sm1th, Carolyn 65 Shchen Judy 73I 80 I1 I I ' , I I I . I , 1 1 . I . I I I I 1 1 1 1 ' I I I I ' , ed' f , 1 , f ' ' - ' I 1 145, , , 1 ' - , II , , , I , 1 j , 6 ' .' V 1 1 11 8. ' 1 -1 - - ' 131 I , I 11, , ,132 ' , ' ' f I I . I . I I I I 1 ' 1 . ' . va 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' ' I I I 1 I ' ' 1 1 I 1 1 . ' I I '86' ' 4 I I I I I I 110.1 . ,l30,I31, 135I161 I I I 1 1 I I l 1 I . I I I , 1 1 . ' . 1 I 1 S 1 I I I ' r ' ' , , , ,154 ' ' M 83 , , , , , 1oi, 11 , 115,l116,L1172 , , . , ,3, 1. , - . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , I , I ' 4 I I I I I ' ' ' l ' I I ' , 1 1 I , , I , X, , I I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1I , I I 1 1 - 1 I , S I I I I I I. S ' ' ' I I I , 1 I ' ' I I I I1 1 1 1 1 I 1 , I .I ,, I I I, I , , , , 8 I I ,II . ,. , , , , .126 , Swan Steve 54 66 109 4 121 129134 55 Swanson Swanson Swanson Swanson Swanson Dean 66 Jean 66 Judy 66 90 Karen 49 115 127 Kay 74 80 83 133 Swartz Norman 49 97 142 44 15 Swearungen Danny 66 142 Swenson Amy 12 15 Swogger John 49 86 90 92 131 2 Swogger Sylvua 74 112 Table of Contents 5 Tabor Mary Lou 72 99 Tague Rose 49 Talmages 186 Taylor Bull 20 49 109 Taylor Dale 66 86 135 Taylor Duc 74 121 188 Taylor Mrs Fern 17 99 Wheeler Gertrude 14 127 Whrt Taylor Joanne 49 83 112 2 12 154 55 T Club 155 Teel Jesse 15 93 98 Terrull Patrucua 75 Tetuan John 53 Thacher Lucy 49 86 123 134 154 Thelman Dr Gules 10 Thesplans 127 Tholl Peggy 66 154 Thomas Carolyn 66 87 123 Thomas Leo 15 93 Thomas Wulla 66 Thompson Carolyn 73 Thompson Larry 66 121 Thompson Ruchard 69 Thompson Stan 66 142 Thomson Gordon 75 Thornburg Peggy 75 80 1 Thornton Ed 70 Thurber Glen 49 Tubbuts Robert 52 Tuchenor Eldon 72 86 92 Tucknor Larry 66 Tudwell Bob 69 Tldwelle 166 Tullman Barbara 52 Tulton Sandra 52 Tulzey Chrustune 66 87 123 T1nOC0 Tupton Tupton Tupton T1p To Corrune 52 Jack 71 Muldred 66 8 1 2 131 33 Norma 52 93 p Drlve In 180 Tkatch Hershell 66 90 92 Toal Doreen 70 Toa Hollus 52 113 127 Tobaas Marne 122 Tonsung Evan 66 98 121 Topeka Auto Supply Company Topeka Leather Shop Topeka Savunga Anocnatron Topeka Transportatoon Company Torneden Jack T-ornquust Perry 52 86 Torrez Ernestune 66 Torrez Evelyn 72 Tosh Gayle 66 Toulouse Carolyn 66 Trade School 100 101 Traylor Jum 66 Trendel Januce 66 84 Trubble Jerry Ann 15 Truckett Dorothy 66 116 118 120 123 4 Trumble Carole 71 Trumble Kenneth 69 Trower Nolan 73 Tucker Katherune 13 Turner Patrucla Lee 52 Turner Rod 52 Turner Tommy 66 Turner Wallace 74 Turner Wulla S2 93 Tussel Don 66 Tutt Venvta 52 Twumng Carl 52 87 121 Twunmg Gall 66 87 Tyler Judy 66 87 38 106 1 Uland Duane 52 90 Umbarger Stuart 66 Underwood Judy 66 Upchurch Gerald 52 97 155 Upshaw Barbara 52 90 93 Upshaw Margorue 69 Usher Club 126 Vale Vurgunua 70 Vallas Louue 66 156 157 Van Brunt Jeanette 70 122 Van Dyne Judy 66 Van Trues Grace 14 Vernon Duck 66 121 Vesper Tom 75 ar Jan 52 98 17 124125126127 135 Vuckland Don 52 Vuctor Robert 66 Vrctory Lnfe Insurance Company 194 Vrctory Sand and Stone Company 189 Vugus Larry 66 Vuncent Jarrett 66 84 Vmcent Kay 66 83 154 Vlrgrnla Ellen Photography Studlo Von Raesen Vurguma 74 124 Von Wolf Teny 72 80 11C 12 125 120 127 Vorhues Joyce 52 97 Wabaunsee Wulburn Waddell Jum 73 98 Waggoner Vurgul 66 Wagner Neal 74 90 Wakes Cleveland 70 Waldschmudt Jerry7 14" 159 Walker JamesH 16 124 Walker Julue 52 86 157 Walker Ron 67 87 Wallace Jam 52 Wall Drftenderfer Mortuary Walters Duana 66 waufhsuu Betty 67 Walton John 69 Wanamaker Bob 67 124 142 146 155 Wanamaker Kay 69 Wangerun Barbara 67 Wangerun Dorma 52 Ward Beverly 67 124 Ward Dorus 52 Ward Etham 67 Ward .loan 69 Ward Lunda 52 Warkentun Barry 67 87 12 Warner Alan 53 Warnner W L MD 196 Washburn UHIYQNIU 181 Washungton Alyce 67 Wasson Clyde 52 Waters Judy 69 Wtts Luz 52 67 97 115 27 13 Weathers Bonnue 71 125 Weathers Dennue 53 Weaver E B 11 Web Dnna 53 112 114 115 27 Weddle Monte 73 Weddle Thomas 71 Weese V G 6785114 118 120 9 Wegele Sheula 70 Weuser Patrucua 67 85 131 Weussbeck Annette 13 85 Weuter Terru 53 Weller Louuse 67 83 98 Wells Don 53 97 113 122 142 145 5 Wempe G A Dentlet 196 Wesley Ben 72 Weatboro Hardware 186 Weatboro Standard Statlon 186 Westwood Drug 195 Westerhaus Bull 67 Wettengel Duxne 67 Wheat Ted 53 122 142 144 Wheeler Phul 70 80 Whelan s 175 Wlchen Photography Studro Wnluten and Drckson M D Whutaker Bonnue 67 87 98 Wulson Wulson Wulson Wulson Wu lSOrl Wulson Wulson Wulson 2 160 Beatruce 53 124 Donna 53 87 150 Ernest 67 87 Herbert 71 Marue 75 Paul 72 Steve 73 V1rgunua 67 Wungerson Ronald 67 98 Wungert Carren 67 99 123 Wunkelman Brenda 75 123 Wunnes Mrs 103 Wuseman Carol 72 122 Wuseman Marvun 53 Watts Tom 67 Wohlfarth John 67 90 107 Wolfe Calvln Jr 74 Wolfe Fayben W 14 Wolfe Walter 15 Wolff Gary 67 Wolf s Jeweler: Wood Warren 67 87 90 Woodard Peggy 74 Woodburn Mrs Naomu 11 Woodruff Barry 67 Woods Elaune 71 97 124 Woodson Frances 75 Woodward Mrs Eduth 14 Woodward, Pete 73 85 95 12 Woodworth Ray Dentnt 196 Woollard Ruth 72 World Staff 1 18 1 19 Workman Gary 53 Workman Judy 71 Worthlngton Wanda 53 Wray Charles 53 122 Wray Gary 69 WREN 170 Wrenuck Joyce 73 80 90 Wrught Wrught Wrught Wflghl' Jo ce 69 83 87 99 Jum 53 122 Judy 73 Tom 53 95 107 112 White Whlte Whute Whute Gary 67 George 74 98 121 Jerry 67 Steve 75 90 112 149 MJ10 Wrught Wendell 103 Wyles Leo 53 101 Wyman Shurley 53 93 Wymore Jerry 67 Wynne Larry 70 Wysong Benny 74 149 son Whuttungton G Robert 67 Whopper lurger Drive Inn 167 Wutcher Mrs 103 Wnese Karlene 53 93 Wlkkerunk Bob 53 129 155 Wulcox Orvus 75 Wulkes Barry 67 121 149 Wslkuns Charles 67 87 Wslkunson Davud 69 Yeager Yen key Yenzer Yocum Young Young Young J n 11 112 Nadune 53 87 Dale 53 121 Corky 73 Larry 74 95 Leonard 67 Melba 69 Wulluams Wull1ams Wulluams Wulluams Wulluams Wulluams Wulluams Wulluams Wllluams Wulluams Wulmore Alvun 67 142 Arlena 74 Bonnue 70 Elaune 67 Jessue 75 John 70 Mary Lou 67 Patruck 67 Reba 67 Roger 72 Douglas 53 95 Young Thomas 70 90 Youngquust Eunuce 17 103 Your Show 132 Youth for Chrnt 122 Zefergohn Maruean 53 Zeller Robert 67 Zeller Wulma 70 Zentner Mules 67 90 Zurkle Donna 53 93 Zurkle Jacque 71 83 Zunrga Ronnue 71 THE STAFF wushes to express uts suncere thanks to all who made thus yearbook possuble Mr Tom Hmde and Gary Fluckunger for theur tureless help un photography our c1vuc munded odvertusers and the admunustrotors faculty and the student body of Topeko Hugh School 204 I I I uu I I , 110I112,115,11, 127, I I ,u , I1 I132, 151, I ,161 I I I I I 1 I I 1 ISI1 1 1 1 uae ' ' ' ' ' ' '1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' I , , , I , 15 1 1 1 ' , 143,1 , 1,155 I , I 1 I 1 I II II13 I 1 1 1 1 Z II I87 I 1 1 I 1 K T I 124, 1 I 132, 5, 154, - I - 1 4 1 I I 1 1 1 - 1 ' ' 155 'I ' ' 'A " --I ' f',12u b1'9' 1 1 1 f 11,78 ' '11 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 ' ' ' 114, uu5, 117, 3, 154, 1 , I ' I' uae 1 ' uIu6, 117, uo, 4, 126, I U ' - -I2 ' ' 1 1 1 27 u 1 1 1 1. 1 1 , ' ' , , 87, 90, I 1 II , . 117 I I 92 I 1 1 1 1 ,I 'I I I 102I 1 I I 1' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1I I ' 'I I15 ' ' ' 112, 1,158 'I' -n,.,,g,,Ip.,,,1,gIp,,,,, 5,,,41, v.1uu1Ss,Jum 70, usa WQRDJID cuemru use W99"afd15Y'viH 53193 187 1 ' 1 1 1 I A ' v1 , ' , , 1, , 123, 155' ' ' ' ' 1 , , I 1 1 . 1 1154 1 I 190 . 1 1 1 I ' I I 1 1 1 131, ' ' ' j 1 124 1 I 1 I I ,If f ' 1 1 1 I ' 1 ' ' I I 1, I 1 1 ' I , . . I 1 I Y - - u 133 ' ' . 1 1' ' 'I ' ' ' . , 0 f, ,159 A f ' 1 61 11 W ' 1 . ' ' 122, ,u , - 66 j 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 II 1 I I 1 1 1 - 1' . . I . 1 I - I93 189 I 192 I II 1 1 I ' 1 ' A ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' I 1 11081 ' ' S fmlshed The last dance last game s played The school song sung om the Tower 'rhe chimes have rung strains of Pomp and Clrcumslance Accept our Thanks Topeka Hugh We say for 'rhls last 'fume Goodbye May Trolan splrlf always flower ln The Shadow of the Tower fm Mfg? f VA f 1 X , W 1 fx ,,. 1 J f KJ .- . , ,,pff--- P " 1- T1 '72- " '1i.. 'f'-N f: - " ff'-33521 1'-r 'if""'f'TTf': i:' " . , 'fa " im' "LT - ' ' E255-Hi?-: viz . I ,-. '- .A3q--,:,4.-T"1- ff T-r7"fF1f'1f""' - -'T-rg iefzf- I- ,Y . 31T'L u 4- .1-5. T?.i'k- 2-f1'1---.girl ., a-zz:-5. -V.-1.52 ,.ln'+ - ' - M W Q Y H A .. , ,Ru 1. fir ' wx:'. 4:....??.-.'b,'- u. : .ns.4.i4.:..:e...:.:.g,:,s,L


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

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, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

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, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

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.