Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 218 of the 1956 volume:
The Yearbook Staff
Presents to Its Fellow Students
Co Lrterary Editors
Senror Actlvltles Edrtor
Co Business Managers
Assocrate Business Manager
Lynne Martrn Solly Mack
Joanne Taylor, Jane Chalmers
Sally Carnahan Ed Poort
Topeka High School
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The Splrlt soylng We re the best
The pride In We re from THS
Trolons olwoys wlll moke goans
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Now we poss on the Tower stoys
Symbol of our hugh school doys
So this IS our lute hour by hour
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Table of Contents
ADMINISTRATION page 8
Board of Educatlon
STUDENTS page I 8
DEPARTMENTAL page 76
Cafeteria and Custodlans
Queen of Courts
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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
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Asst, to Superintendent
WENDELL R. GODWIN
Superintendent of Schools
DR. GILES THEILMANN
Director of Instruction
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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
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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
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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
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
Director of Curriculum
Dean of Boys
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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.
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.
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vEnNoN HAYES, MA. M0""'M'iff Club
N Los! and Found Football, Baslxefball,
Swimming Coach, CHESTER A. DAVENPORT, B.S.
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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
J W JONES MS
JOHN NEFF MA
KATHERINE TUCKER M S
CARL NALL M 5 Future Nurses Club
Business and Educahon Club BERNICE FINLEY M A
LOUIS CAGLE M S
Business and Education Club
RUTH LOOMIS MA
MRS BEULAH SUMMERS BS
ANNETTE WEISSBECK BS
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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.
JACK DEAN, M.S.
HAROLD DILLEY, M.A.
Youth on the Boam,
Lunch Lino Proclon
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ELBERT FLY MS
Opereha Vocal Muslc
LARRY M REID AB
Football Track Intramurals
ROBERT HALLMAN M M E
GEORGE NEADERHISER MS
JEANNE COOPER BS
Regular Pep Troy .lanes
PATRICIA KEY AB
Honor Pep Troy
FLOYD HOLCOMB BS
JOHN L POGSON
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
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
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
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
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.
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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
Director of Night School
MRS. FERN TAYLOR
MRS. NAOMI WOODBURN
Secretary to Principal
MRS. LILLIAN ASH
Cafeteria Secretary 7
MRS. KAY FIEGER
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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
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"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.
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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
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.
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.
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Helen Adams Beverly Jean Adkins Deanna Allen
Alpha Ames Alberia Anderson
Roberf lee Anderson MCYQUCYHI Andrews Roberf Henry Annan Marilyn K Apps
Vlrglmo Ashley George I Ashworih
Mary Barley loberr lalley
Gone L Anderson Georgia Lee Anderson
Linda Asay J Thomas Ashby .lr
Donna Lorene Afen Lula Sue Afklnson
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Jane Beach Phyllls Boal Carol Bobormeyer
Janice Kay Bucknell Carole Bler Donna Bllllngs
Sharyn Blanka Sherrell Bluegackef
Bob Bohannon Roy Boloy Ramona Boom
Richard E Barreff
Judith Ann Barileff
Bonnue Bockor Ronme L Bedell Jack Benion
John C Bard Joyce M Blackburn Carl Blackwood
Larry L Blum Jacquolme Boal
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Jessue Mao Bruce
Bob Bradley Marlin Brandt Betty Jean Branson
Richard Brrckell Rnchard John Bunker Velma Brlstow
Frederuck E Bryant
Richard Lee Burgen
Judy Jean Brock
Mnchael Dean Byers
Kathenne E Callunx
Clayton L Bruce
Allan D Brockrneler
Stephen D Bunten
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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
Anderson Gene L Boys Sr Glee 3
Voc Photography 2 3 Operetta l 3
Play Cadets 2 3
Anderson Georgla Lee Proctor 2 3
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Anderson Robert Lee Voc PartTume
Bus Club 3 Photo Club l Cafeterual 2
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
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2 3 French Club l 23 Sec Treas 2
Latun Club l 2 3 Socual Chmn 2 Var
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Red Cross 2 Cast Harvey l Cast
Guest ln The House 2 Cast I Re
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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
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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
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Atchlson Joyce Pep Club l 2 Honor
Pep 3 Sr Leader 3 Rep Councul l Alt
2 Sr Gurls Councul Alt Troy Janes
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Voc Part Tume Bus Club 3
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
Baurd Bev A Team Cheerleader 3 Sec
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Class Rep Councul l 2 Treas l Thes
plans l 2 3 Jr Red Cross l 2 Proctor
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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
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Barry Janus Scuence Club 3 Pep Club 2
Latun Club l Future Nurses Club 3
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Jane Bd 3 Pep Club 12 3
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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
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Honor T 2 Speech and Drama Festuval
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on ballet try outs at the senuor assembly
Bucknell Januce Kay Pep Club 3
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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-
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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,
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
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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.
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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-
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-
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
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-
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anger Dolores Hummer John Finger, Marrorie Upshaw, Lorretta Lovell, Helena Spice, and Gretchen Pfuetze.
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.
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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
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:
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
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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.
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-
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
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.
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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.
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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
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.
Head of Industrial Art
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
Bergen ofthe stage-
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.
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lRightl "I move' '... said
Catherine Hardouin as
Bonnie Becker raps for
the attention of the
Speech Training class
and Norman Schiesser
takes the minutes.
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-
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
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
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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,
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
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.
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
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.
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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.
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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
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Rucker and Linda Larson
members of Miss Phillips phy
Six A M came very early but
Mr Ellithorpe found that the
early bird determined the
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
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-
Miss Loomis class members
began work on holiday cen-
terpieces early in December.
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wardrobes were com-
pleted in Miss Weiss-
beck's tailoring classes.
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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,
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
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Study of French, Latm and Spam h
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ox echoed through the language wrng durrng the annual Chrnstmas
SPANlSH CLUB OF
FICERS Front Row
Pa sy Patterson Hayden
St Johw Marlyn Senne
Betty Perry Else Perez
Loreta Guerrero and
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Heath Sue Colerna
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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
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
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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
The Moulin Rouge Dancers-
lanet Juneau, Sunny Robert-
son, Alicia Laing, Trish Bowen,
Glenda Price, Nadine Har-
rison, Karon Olson, and Bar-
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,
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.
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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.
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
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.
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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-
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.
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ORCHESTRA OFFICERS: Marianne Marshall, Dick Smith, Marylyn Smith, Sharron St. Joh
Haines and Carol Owen.
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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
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
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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.
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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.
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
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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
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.
"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
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
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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
Head of Socual Studnes
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
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Proud ot their accomplishments,
varsity debaters Tom Wright,
Gayle Askren, Alan Stanclitte,
Doug Wilmore and Coach J.
M. Hill exhibit their state cham-
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.
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
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
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.
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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
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-
Ready! Aim! Fire! Under the direction of the City Police Department,
Troian girls learned the proper care of firearms at the rifle range
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climbing the gym ropes say they grow to be
crosses between human flies and monkeys
Burned hands and shins are the casualties from
cer instead. With chilly weather
came the indoor sports, volley-
ball, deck tennis, basketball, and
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
Barefooted and in blue leotards, the modern dance class teaches grace and expression
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
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
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
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.
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.
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
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
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
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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
ROOM PROCTORS Front Row Bobs Reeves Rosemary Ponrner Sherry Reed Lnndo Stalter Joan
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
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
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
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
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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
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.
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
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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
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.
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
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.
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An electric welder is checked by Ron
Pettiiohn and Wesley Sneden in the
Larry Blum and Allan Broclcmeier ex-
amine a car radio as a project in
their course on radio building and re-
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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-
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
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.
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Hoffines and Mrs Bertha Ra er Row 2' Torn Davis Clarence Hendrix David Baldwin Harald Schwindt
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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.
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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
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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
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
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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
Wrth rrght hand rarsed
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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
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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
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
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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-
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,
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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
new was ad-
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ning ot Stu-
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
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
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
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
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
Bob Floyd sensor guves Doug Wllmore
speaker has opunlon of the sprung elec
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"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
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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
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.
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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.
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
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Serving School, Community, Councils
Joan Hinds dips punch
forthe thirsty new stu-
"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
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
means, sing Seventee-
ners, Janet Gladfelter,
Shirley Houck, Donna
Webb, Linda Asay, Caro-
lyn Silver, Loma Carlson,
and Bonnie Becker at the
party for the new stu-
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
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-
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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
"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
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
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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
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
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
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
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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.
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.
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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
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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.
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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
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
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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
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for e lTOV Seve al sophomore
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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
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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
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-
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,
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
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
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,
Quill and Scroll officers Sally Mack, Lynne Martin, Noe' Scrivner Chuck
Farnsworth and Nancy Dixon, proudly display the ner. :: oace
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-
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.
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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
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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
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
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
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.
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
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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.
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
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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
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"-
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: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'
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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
s ame cadets Under the guidance ot Mr James
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
co ordlnated the group unto a unified force addlng to the suc
cess ot our basketball games
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
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Varslt Game Cadets, Stand Workers
ave of theer tnme and energy to make the varsutues successful
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
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FOOTBALL GAME CADETS Front Row Ja et lunec Sunhy Robe tson Jane Etnyre Co ene t-te so C ol
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k M sun DeloresBeaste held Mor y Helms Donna Henry Beyery La Crone Thelma
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VARSITY EJECTORS Joe Copp Bob
Wanamaker Ray Chrustlan Rex Polter
and Duck Brinker
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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 ' '
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, 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"
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CHECKSTAND WORKERS Joyce Ratluff Jean Allrson Bonme Weathers Teny
Von Wolff Janet Vrar Mlsslng Sally Patterson
Take akettle of water for the wreners a vat of coffee an
the maknng the smell of popcorn and the excltement attendant
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
Check your coat Please? John Stumbo and Dennls Kelly
trust theur toppers to Joyce Ratlrff at the All School Party
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
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
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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
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"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
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
Marta rnterrupts o tense drscussron between Catherine ond her father which is relreved -M Sl
only by Aunt Pennrmanis choracteristrc smrle.
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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 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.
M R P Director . Sue Campbell
Dorf T SI' ' "' Osemarm Oylen Assistant Director . Dolly Purnell
Lgvlngsggnnsnpjrz ' Se 'ssoofd Stage Managers .Bob Wikkerrnk, Ron Johnson
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Catherine Sloper .... . Judy Gifford Ploperlles Sally A1r:JieFf,ijg?1i Seiji? Sllglilszdd
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Arthur Townsend.. , Clark Brooks loom French FT 'Z 6 Steeye
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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.
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here, instructs Tony to his blackmoiled conspirator,
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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.
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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.
Scissors from her sewing basket become
the murder weapon inthe hands of Mar
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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
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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,
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CAST 'BLOSSOM TIME"
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,
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Countess La Bellabruna. ..
Count Scharntoff . ..
Fritzi Kranz. ..
Binder ...,. . .. .
Baron Franz Schober..
Waiter.. .. . .
Rosi ,,,. .. ..
Mrs. Kranz ,...
Guest Violinist. ..
Mrs. Coburg ,..... .
. .. . .Janice Calihan
. .Bob Jovalis
.. . .Marsha Legg
. .Jim Kesler
. Joe Guerrero
... ...... Mildred Tipton
.Mary Carter, Marcia Brown
....Nancy Kay, Janey Roe
.. ..... .Eldon Tichenor
. .Dan Ralston
.. .Kay Stromquist
..... Eldon Harding
. Barbara Hodges
. . .. Bob Stovall
. .Pat Lawrence
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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
lBelowl Fritzi, Mitzi, and Kitzi-three little maids come to meet their beaux
The Four Trays - John Swogger,
Joe Guerrero, Mike McKee, and
Jack Bunds - sing barbershop
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-
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'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
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-
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.
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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,
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--And ,he bond played one as the sophomores experienced their lBelowl Eager hands reach for refreshments from Janet Barnett at
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A 'Christmas Tinself Linda Lar-
tl son, brought the toys to lfe with
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and petite - the King and
Wooden Soldiers on parade-Janice Dailey, Bev Pollard, Marilyn Nol-
ler, Lucy Thacher, Mary Lou Schmidt, Lois French, Judy Miller, and
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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
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 ,
,- ierreshmems wer
Viar, Liz Watts and Mary Fitts.
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.
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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."
Co-captains, Ray Christian and
Norman Swartz plan Topeka's at-
tack with coach Otto Bodenhausen.
End Larry Schneider was
named the Topeka Dally
Capltals Ltnernen at the
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
Rex Polter lacked fifteen of
seventeen extra paints, un-
cladlng the one whnch beat
Clayton Brice was one of the
hnest detenslve backs ln the
to break up thus Washington
son, Rural pass-catchlng ace,
Center John McGrew was a
detensrve star and an Alle
Senior guard Jim Mah won
has tlrst letter tor his time
play this year.
Gnvung the Trolans reserve
strength at guard was senior
Rural pass play. Bruce Thomp-
made a grab for along gain,
Giving the team a late sea-
son spark was Fred Rogers,
Dick Brinker was a defensive
regular at tackle,
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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
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
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
Newt fear Bodenhausen will have veterans re-
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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.
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
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.
Harry Jolley wasa standout Willie Coleman gave the
at lett end on both offense Troians real debth atfullback
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
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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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SHARRON ST JOHN
DAN1 DONNA DANT LOIS FRENCH
"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
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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
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
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,
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Painter, Mimi Davis, Bonnie Beclrer, Bev
Baird, Linda Hughes, Sandy Hopkins,
Marcia Brown, Gary Steele, Linda Bee-
mon, and Jon Elcholtz
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Cheerleaders Inspire Trojan Spirit
T-R-O-J-A-N' chant B-Team cheerleaders Linda
Hughes, Mimi Davis, Gary Steele, and Lindo Bee-
Step on the starter, yell A-Team cheer-
lears Bonnie Becker, lon Eicholtz, Sandy
Hoplrlns, Marcia Brown, lim Painter and
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
Many thanks are due these lively students, who were ol-
ways there cheering the teams on, for their tireless energy and
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:
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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
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-
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games, these pepsters were always eager to develop Trojan
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
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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-
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,
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,
T CLUB OFFICERS. John Bird, Fritzie Steele, Pete Sumey and
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
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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
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
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,
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Tom Coleman, speedy guard,
earned his second basketball
letter and was a Trolan main-
Louie Vallcs, one of two iuniors to start a game this
year, broke up many a zone defense with his long lump-
Don Duck Perkrns battlrng
Iunror guard wasnt a starter but
was used frequently and was noted
for hrs shootrng and agressrveness
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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
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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
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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
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
Billowed in chiffon, smiling queens hold autographed I
basketballs as they reign over their varsity,
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Front Row: Jack Shutt, Chuck Farnsworth, and Dan
Ralston. Row 2: D. L. Erwin, Ray Scheuermonn, Terry Petty, and Norman Schies-
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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
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.
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second Topeka Haskell, Highland Park, Topeka
second Topeka Wyandotte, Wichita East, Highland
fourth Emporia Wichita East, Wichita West, Wyan-
dotte, Wichita North, Emporia, Topeka
second .. Topeka Shawnee Mission, Emporia, Highland
tl1IVCl 5l1OWf1e6 Shawnee Mission, Wyandotte, Topeka
third Haskell 6 teams
ninth K U. Invitational T8 teams-95 contestants
Shown here in an early season work-
out on the THS track are Dan Ralston
and Chuck Farnsworth.
Topeka Oppone ts
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'3 W cava No'rh 55
29 Wichita East A8
35 Wyandotte A2
A8 Wentworth T2
'9 Wichita North 58
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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
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-
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
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.
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Bob Wikkerink, Troy's swim-
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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.
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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
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
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
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
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The future belongs to those who prepare for xt' Washburn Um
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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
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For complete mforfnanon fall or wrxte
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Sprung electrons or not sprung elec
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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
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:
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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
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Best Wishes to the Seniors of '56 and to all Trojans
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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
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
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
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HAND CRAFT SHOP
1410 Huntoon Elmhurst Plaza
PHONE 3 7779 P R POWEll
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Corsages for Everyone
CS Sons FlOIlSl
1709 Gage Blvd
Phone 5 3456
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
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Plaza Barber Shop
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crew cuts or flat tops
1305 Huntoon Tel 5 2538
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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
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
Amerlcan Unrted Lute lnsur
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Ames Alpha 21
Bob 55 93
Gene 21 87 122
Karolyn 74 123
Myron 70 95
T C 69 9
Andrews Marguerrte 21
Annan Robert 21
Apps Marrlyn 21 93
Archrbald Robert 71
Arganbrrght Donald 70
Armandarrz Mrs LaVon
Asay Lrnda 21 86 112
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Ash Mrs Lrllran 17
Ashby Joseph 21
Ashley Byron! MD 196
Ashley Homer 55
Ashley V1rg1nra 21 80
Ashworth George 21 90 98
Askren Gayle 21 95 110
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
Avers Luella 55
Avery James 71
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
Barnett Barbara 22 83 114
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Barnett Brllye 55
Barnett Darwrn 55
Barnett Janet 72
Barnett Motor Co 180
Barngrover Larry 55 122 142
Barr Donna 74
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
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
Benton Jack 22
Benton Robert 67
Berkebrle Susan 73
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
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
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Boeger Studro Photographers
Bolan Robert 71
Bohm Janrce 67
Bohannon Bob 22 113
Boley Nanc 75
Boley Roy 32 85 108 109
Boley Vrolet 56 B3 SO 92
B0Oher Dick 74
Booth Brenda 70
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
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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
Brennan Funeral Home
Brewer Vera 73
Brrant Clara 23
Brrant Elton 56
Brrce Clayton 23 142 144
Brrce Jessre 23 83 102
Brrce LaVerne 72
Brrckell Rrchard 23
Brrggs Janrce 56
Brrght Wrlma 56 99
Brrrnan 1 Jewelers
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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
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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
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Burgess Roger 56 95 114
Burgoyne Verna 23
Burke Mary Jo 54 56
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Burlew Allora 56 97
Burlew Dorothy 75 83
Burnett Marqurs 56
BurreSS Shrrley 70 122
Burson James 56
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
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
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Campbell Sue 26 123 127
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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
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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
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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
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Chamness P W 100
Chandley Ruth 56
Channel Glen 57
Charay Margaret 26
Charay Arthur 26
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Conley Sharon 71 87 90 112
Constable Nancy 57 154
D1xue 57 127 154
Larry 74 159
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
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Janet 69 124
Jum 67 115
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Nancy 27 97 113 154
Ronald 27 121 131
Coop Darlene 73
Copp Joe 47 122 124 142
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
Chelson Gerald 26 121
Cheng Joan 57
Chezem Ann 70 90
Clruldress Charles 26 100
Chnlgren Judlth 74
Chusholm Foster 57
Chrastma Sandra 57 90 92
Chrastuna Susan 69
Chrustensen Bob 68 74 85 95
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Chnstenson Karen 72
Chrustesen Donna 26 93
Chr1st1an Gary 57
Chrustuan Ray Jeweler 184
Chnstnan Ray 26 97
Clark Arthur 57
Clark Dorothy Ann 69
Clark Judy 26 98 112 124
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
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
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
Decker I1 Lessenden M D 196
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
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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
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
Dugan Joseph 75
Dumas Fred 73 156 158
Dunford Davud 75 80 116
Dunford Wllluam 72
Duran Vurgun1a 71
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Dyck Jacob 69'
Eames Bemerce 58
Earl Jacquelune 71
Ebel Dave 45 75 98 121
Ebel Paul 69 121
Ebendorf Bob 58 94 142
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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
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Elbert Parry 72
Elduen Sharon 70 87
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Elluott Bev 58 85 87
Elluott Lee 69
Ell1ott Leland 58
Ellus Janet 72 122
Ellus Margaret 58
Ellnthorpe H F 13
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ElhlCkI Carolyn 28 112
Emmot Ardyce 28 87
Endluch Harry 180
England John 58
Ernckson John 28
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Erwun Patrucua 75
Escobar Danuel 71 149
Escobar Johnny 58 130 142
Eshom Sharon 73
Espunoza Pete 67
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Evans Mar1lyn 28
Everett Darl 53 142
Ewbank Mary 28
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Fadely Ga 28 113 127 180
Faurmont ulk 183
Farnsworth Chuck 28 113
Faulconer Carol 28 81 90
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Faust Lula 69 123
Faust Robert 28 90
Faust Ronald 28 90
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Fenogluo Joseph 58
Fergus Lo1s 15
Ferrell Elaune 70 99
Ferrell Jeanette 28 89 123
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F1nch John 67
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Patterson Eleanor 40
Patterson Patrlcla 63 84
Patterson Sally 40 97 124
Patterson V1rg1n1a 71
Paul Carolyn 63 B7 99
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
Pennant Cafetena 195
Penvell Gabel 192
Percufleld Deanna 40 86 154
Perez Els1e 70 84
Perez Manuel 63
Perluns Donald 63
Perry Betty 40 84
Perry Emma 70
Perry Julle 63
Perry Kay 70 97 132
Perry Patsy 40 102 112 4
Peteflsh Wanda 63 83
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Petereck Gayle 63 123
Peterman B111 63
Peters Larry 41 127
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Karlen 63 142
Nettle Dress Shop
Petterson John 63 142
Pettqohn Ronald 41 99 101
Pettlt Carol 70 126
Petty Terry4l 116 117
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Pllester Norma 41
Pfuetze Gretchen 69
Pfuetze R E MD 196
Phelps Marlyne 41
Phelps Percy 103
Gordon 63 90 122
Photo Club 121
Physrcal Educatron 96
Plerce Earlene 64 84 87
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Plerce 5h1r1ey 71
Proneer Natronal Life Insurance
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
Posner Rosemary 41 99 115
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Poort Steve 64 121
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Powell Margone 41
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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
Prlngle Annabel 11 113
Prmgle Robena 15 94
pflnllflg Blllle 64
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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
Ram1rez Fred 64
Ramlrez Marne 80
Ram1rez Mary 41 97
Ram1rez Toody 73
Ramos Jsm 41 86 113
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
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
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Reeder Torn 64 87
Reeves Barbara 42 87 99
Reeves Sandy 69
Relcherter Nancy 74
Reld Lawrence 16 143 148
Reld Nancle 71
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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
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 Lesl1e 64
Roberts R1chard 74
Robertson Jean 15
Robertson Sunny 64 85 87
J H Dentrst 196
Judy 73 121 123
June 64 99 123
Rocha R1chard 64
Rocha Rosemary 42
Rodr1guez Ellsa 42
Rodrnguez Gllbert 64
Roe D8Vld 72 149
Roe Janey42 86112130131
Rogers Fr 42 142 43
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
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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
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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
St John Hayden 72 84 90
St John Sharron 42 89 112
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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
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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
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Scheck Francls 74
Scheck Gerald 45
Schendel Pest Control 195
Schendel Robert 10
Scheuermann Ray 45 97
Schuesser Norman 45 80 126
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Schmld Kathryn 45 86 90
Schmudt Jenlfer 73
Schmrdt Leota 71
Schmudt Mary Lou 45 87
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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
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
Scr1vener Noel 45 8 2
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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
Senne Joellen 45 86 99 113
Senne Marrlyn 45 84 86 112
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
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
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Shutt Steve 45
Shutz Charles 10
Shy L1ll1an M 45
Subberson Erna 17
Snlver Carolyn 45 101 112
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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
Mary 65 123
Davld 71 87 149
Barbara Jean 48
Barbara 48 126
Conn1e 72 83 123
Darla 48 93
Duck 48 89 90 92
Gary 69 149 159
Helen L 65
Jeanne 65 122
Larry Dean 75
LeoA M D 196
Mary Alsce 48 90 92
Marylyn 48 89 131
Norma 65 87 98 123
Shnrley 48 87
Sonya 48 99 112
V1rg1n1a 65 85 87 106
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
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
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
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Swartz Norman 49 97 142
Swearungen Danny 66 142
Swenson Amy 12 15
Swogger John 49 86 90 92
Swogger Sylvua 74 112
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Tabor Mary Lou 72 99
Tague Rose 49
Taylor Bull 20 49 109
Taylor Dale 66 86 135
Taylor Duc 74 121 188
Taylor Mrs Fern 17 99
Wheeler Gertrude 14 127
Taylor Joanne 49 83 112
T Club 155
Teel Jesse 15 93 98
Terrull Patrucua 75
Tetuan John 53
Thacher Lucy 49 86
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Thelman Dr Gules 10
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
Tullman Barbara 52
Tulton Sandra 52
Tulzey Chrustune 66 87 123
Muldred 66 8 1 2
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
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
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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
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
Vuckland Don 52
Vuctor Robert 66
Vrctory Lnfe Insurance
Vrctory Sand and Stone
Vugus Larry 66
Vuncent Jarrett 66 84
Vmcent Kay 66 83 154
Vlrgrnla Ellen Photography
Von Raesen Vurguma 74 124
Von Wolf Teny 72 80 11C
12 125 120 127
Vorhues Joyce 52 97
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
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
Weathers Bonnue 71 125
Weathers Dennue 53
Weaver E B 11
Web Dnna 53 112 114
Weddle Monte 73
Weddle Thomas 71
Weese V G 6785114
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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
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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
Beatruce 53 124
Donna 53 87 150
Ernest 67 87
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
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
Wrenuck Joyce 73 80 90
Jo ce 69 83 87 99
Jum 53 122
Tom 53 95 107 112
George 74 98 121
Steve 75 90 112 149
Wrught Wendell 103
Wyles Leo 53 101
Wyman Shurley 53 93
Wymore Jerry 67
Wynne Larry 70
Wysong Benny 74 149
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
J n 11 112
Nadune 53 87
Dale 53 121
Larry 74 95
Alvun 67 142
Mary Lou 67
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
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Tom Hmde and Gary Fluckunger for theur tureless help un photography our c1vuc munded odvertusers
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last game s played The school song sung
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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
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