Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS)

 - Class of 1960

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If Eff I 1 I I " ,gv I M IJ IH ALI' III V.: 1, if a s .ge , .I ADMINISTRATION. . . . .... page 8 DEPARTMENTS .... ..... p age 24 SCHOOL LIFE ..... ORGANIZATIONS . ATHLETICS . . . . .. STUDENT BODY.. .page 68 .page 106 page 130 page 168 SENIORS' ACTIVITIES .... .... p age 238 ADVERTISING ..... . .......... page 264 fybf-,WI.67 -f X745 been fv bezff wilfa 71985 eff page 2 yew' M4 eff' A f1MI'IS'k I ' ' 'I' fa 'fx' fc :I gwflvfzp, 'VII Ig- jeg: r, V JZGTS O G , ,. f Chlbk QINO1 J' kofefoxge? jan Qfjeflljl Al 1 5 X. x X4 Q3 Q wi 3 --ff . ww-,X film X, PX 13 . 17 . ffm - fi eM,,,wzwMc 1 7' XB N ,X B V, wfgev' xc 'L 'in I ff va., Q ' W g M -, i , -in L.L. ii 4 .I.' , iw. 5 ,,,,,:- ,L , i .,f,x V -I :ff "" E ,j':..g3 . LL-i.. szifzgisw, kg ,J ' fs, A ' .-kaiLKw?V- ' ,:Ef,,3zf,,V 1 . X - , ' , " V 1- ' 'W if " 'S ' k k " up i A f UREYARD ARM fffl-we f wf ffff1M Q , l A 1 , I ' VE 'L Dudipaxcd Navy Day, 1931 A ' ez-glfzrggg ap:-isggg-as img wr ,, - 'fL-'-: K , . 2 11 fly, V- w wx. ,. ,WK , . V, f ww V , - , 7.1 "Q ff' ,K ,L .i ,, hw 7' 2 ral' X I . .1 U INETY YEARS is a grand, fine age for a public educational institution. Not many' 'have weathered the struggles of organization, the worries oflincfeasing financial strains, the con-' stant raising of criteria, and the maintenance of 'ideals set by 'dedicated founders, with more dignity than has Topeka High School. Its ninety years have made a mark on thousands of young people who have passed through its H-allsg and the whole community has bene- fited from its emphasis on learning, cul- ' 1 kg ' ture, good sportsmanship, and personal de- . velopment in many fields. c,i' .Q-, It has never been a machine, turning pl., out graduates in a moldg there has always been a closeness between faculty and stu- illlll ll y dents and a deep concern for both by its administrators. The next years of Topeka High Schools fax first century present new challenges for i the lifting of standards, the solving of ex- pansion needs, and the continuance of fine public: relations. So, Happy Birthday, Beloved Troy, as 1960 opens on your tenth glorious decade. 1870- 1960 F, X c ,,,,f.,JLf flQ'LJ17fwg'!E .,, GC, LL, ,L U' awww flifwi T. NU,OwfCf CUl"lf-L C51 g-lJl,'IflJ3l: K X 'I 1 Cz, ,UC LU ' 1 1 21,1 C, 1 i NAT , 1-fl :WJ X It ,I l Q My I 1 i f it rica-smEs.5gg,vsw 45 hgvs-sfsfgm-wsfzsiie z it f : H :f f fi. -to sw ,-A M 2- was ,pa leg-aww ,Jw 1 if-am f -f.. i M isl e- jgA,w,. ' , 3 Es P, i .e--n H at Q- . "' .-qt: ' ft . ' - - 1 fm.. - ,wwf-' If 2- .59 - 1453. ff. 5- 1' f s:-21 f fs.. ,, ,.-Sf at M ,ya V- w-i2f:-HQTM ...,-- -1 ' w-it -fl -x . , F? . J E -. - fy -34 l 1 - l. ,"a y I wi- . f A' Y' " . . -v M . I ...aaa sas. .M . fy .si Y .. , . sm ., -F 4 .s - , ..,, . as .... . Q- -jg 1.,,,v Ac , sh' '-,cn 4 .Q . .1.,'-, Q1gf,,-gifg3.5.5- .' 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H Fw Ma ,, 'Q K L i X an -A , W 1- ag 'iw 'ff ' 7-45 A eg Nxt, if Lg : if f 5, J at s 5 as fa ffm 1 " is mis l ,, ilriyq L if vi-43, A ' ri ' X 4 v ? s Maia 1 '. l f sw P Jw , 2 ' Xwfff' if '16 fn wa I 7 -v-W-mr SHOP TALK precedes fzlcully meetinffs. K if 4. -- . - . ,, - f 1-'gf-e, , , . - MW ,Wg Q 5w 3 gMhMi j f f I Q , ' 1 3 3:5 'fm ,i ggq 1' , 'W' hy Vkgr -,h,1.,V. g-k,,. I V 1 vi, hw , , K Jigzg -. 1, , K , 3 1 ' --'ggif A, nm, , .,,.,. ., . ,,, ..5,,..,,, v,,V. , , H, mwk, .,., 4,3,,,f i . , Y g A ,.,AV-, g , , . , V g , - -, , f ,ig f5fzgf1.,:z,5fi- - , U9-gg L y y gg g fl :en gift TT5.,.,: y4:'WiK!,',reQ.A W, .3 fy 11 Z , ,f - wi", "W .. lr vm.:-ffs, 2 V , .K W, ,. w 0 2 2595. lv W .mu ,. t , -f-'vw W fig . . ,f" ,, ,,,W,,:.,, A ,, f X n L thou ffewmt - yi KUQLJ ,JCJ,t7JLQQCy1 lwvuganwhp Qukmmu, f M ,' fL, I I ,'- A 6jSHOlJlk-i COI1l.Cl'CIN'C. UZMN' Mwwfvnlww Uwweo Cwmu OTQQQ, O7 U '5C4QfQD 'QFCLQLQ LfUlCUCll ,J J X A I fm? 0'r2fC'?j C2 fCw?7O.af92,Qfb fi! Q time 'CLJYLW p I I What is a student without a teacher? An unfilled vase, empty of flowers. Wfhat is a school without its faculty? A plane without a pilot, going nowhere. I But here the vases are filled with The flowers of knowledge, and the plane Is on a course with a goal to reach, And for these things and many more, ye Ytrt Ejggflil We say-Thank you. .,?gV.f, 11 293 '1 f, ,, f K A I ' -V - my an l,f:gg:?i3g3?fgza1fgQi?-y32gg,g5,a5q.,,,if f . . ., - uf , Nw, -, fwfnv-. if tssi f 57 1 ., ww vm mf va 1 :.'?w::fqs yimilxziwr- 45.111 '5 fl -l GILES THEILMANN MCSE WHITSON Director of Instruction Deputy 5Up6I'i11lff11df211t OWEN M. HENSON JOE K. EVANS Assistlml Amistant A BUSY pair help oil the wheels of public education-Mrs. LaVon Armandariz, Clerk-Secretary, and Miss Elizabeth Donaldson, Treasurer. WENDELL R. GODWIN Superir1tz'nc1e1zt of Schools a 'ya of i It 23? fl M 8-'fm H1 W sets-.l Mya A' 5 A-' Hiidld ' V fm V I ' .-.11-gf.-ncmv' "-Elf 4 ig. .' yr ,gfgypvi W . . ir ., -2 , A 9.43, 1 r in A . 2 5 3.3, ' 4 BOARD OF EDUCATION President ......... Dennis C. Payne Vice-Pres. ........ Merrill H. Wertz Dale Buchanan Fred W. Rausch Jr. Robert R. Schendel Gordon A. Summers Attorney .......... James W. Porter I ...atm AMONG 1959's most rewarding ceremonies for Mr. Godwin and the Board was the dedication of Mcliachron Elementary School. City Schools- Elected Ujjicials Surmount Dz'jicuIties,' Forge Ahead U NTOLD HOURS of devoted efforts are put in daily, weekly, l and yearly by the appointed administrators of the Topeka Public School System and the elected School Board Members. Working for the city's youth, committees and individuals have functioned efficiently and tirelessly to provide the best possible educational facilities from kindergarten through high school graduation. Numerous tasks faced the administration this year as they contemplated the high enrollment of the next decade. The need for additional teachers, up-to-date methods and improved in- struction, replacement of outmoded equipment, and more class- rooms made heavy drains on educational funds. Undaunted by the setback of the defeat of the School Bond Proposal, this de- termined group has gathered momentum. As .the 1956-60 year closes, new plans are underway to complete the building pro- gram, to place greater emphasis on the peculiar educational needs of today's young people, and to raise teaching standards with accompanying higher salaries-all without the loss of the personal side ol' education that has come to be expected by Topekans. Although most students at Topeka High are not intimately aware of the scope of administrative problems, it is to their credit that they know that their appreciation will need to be shown in terms of higher scholastic records. TOPEKA'S top educator chats with Mrs. George Docking at the annual Future Teachers' tea at the 'Governor's Mansion. ll High School- Qualyliea' Leaders Wz'!Zz'ngQ2 Dedicate Selves to Youth HE SUM of wisdom is that time is never lost that is devoted to work." If this maxim is believable, then Troy's administrators rarely lose time, for their hours are spent in constant application to their all-encompassing job of operating a big school. Directing everything from scholarships to assemblies, from special curricula to special bulletins, the quintet dem! onstrates perpetual motion. The responsibilities of enrolling over 2,200 students fall on the shoulders of Mr. Burnette, new director of instruction. As the guidance counselor, Mr. Meyers deals with personal problems, career planning, and setting up test- ing programs. Along with him in this work are Miss Aley and Mr. Bodenhausen, as student deans. Troy's many awards and scholarship ratings have long been due to the expert direc- tion of Miss Pringle whose responsibility it is that the college-bound are qualified. Under the sympathetic and able co-ordinaa tion of Principal XVeaver, these five administra- tors work for the entire nody of students to see that- they have a well-rounded course of study, capable teachers to direct it, extra-curricular activities that please and develop them socially, and that all of it is done in an atmosphere-of mental growth. ERNEST B. VVEAVER, Pfllflflflllf KENNETH MEYERS GLENN BURNETTE A.v5i.vfr1nt Princijml PHYLLIS A. ALEY OTTO BODENHAUSEN ANNABEL PRINGLE Assistant Principal Dirrrlor of Guidance Dvnn of Girls Drum of Boys Srlmlnrxliijz Dirrrim' Dirvrlor of Curricullml an -at 'Q .ar "ll-ev" ,W-, earl ffm. K s ,li ' . ' . 'N ,Q 1' . 3 rf" , " - f.' ii5"53E' ,e mi 51.25 " i , fllzilifsi' W in 1: .--. , Meer' as K wil. if V . , ,325 Ei :rg-gi ef - -. . f L- :g ,Wt .- igj :' - A Avy: 1 X fs? 51..vtig,,g We Qgyaifi wr 'Q 12 "SO GLAD to see you!" A re- ceiving line for an FTA tea at the G0vernor's Mansion- Mr. Burnette, Mr. Meyers, Miss Pringle, Mr. WVeaver, Miss Aley, Supl. Godwin, Mrs. Docking, Nancy Ramsey. AS AN EXAMPLE of the friendly advisory attitude of the administrators, Mr. Bodenhausen counsels with students. OPEN House-1959 Faculty- Prelbare Students JW LW? ITH PATIENCE, good humor, and understand- ing, the faculty of THS endures the trials, tribula- tions, joys, and rewards of the students, thereby earn- ing the respect of all. Because our teachers are be- fore us every school day for nine months, we often take them for granted, yet these are the people who establish our fundamental desires to learn, therefore molding our lives. Throwing open the doors of Troy last September, we welcomed eight new faculty members. Through departmental interests and through their social groups-The Guild, The Majority Club, and The Men's Club-they have all become closely associated with each other. Lately, a great emphasis has been placed on the advantages of highly trained teachers, all of Troy's have Masters degrees or are taking graduate study. Five have acquired advanced degrees in the past year. This initiative, added to their regular profes- 149' A : U W X -R. fa,-f ' H-up -Yigwmfi., M yszferies, Adventures sional participation, taken on the part of the THS faculty, shows their desire to improve themselves, thus improving us. Contrary to popular belief, teachers are human too. They have their "ups" and "downs" the same as everyone: "ups" such as the earning of advanced degrees, summer vacations, trips to Europe, new homes, new cars, and new babies, "downs" such as Mr. Neaderhiser's broken leg, disappointments in students, and the ever-present parental problems with which we are all familiar in our own homes. The students of TI-IS have grown closer to their teachers this year, not only through their classes, but through many extra-curricular activities. They see them as sponsors of organizations, as counselors, and as personal friends. It is for all these things, as well as for countless intangibles, that the students of Topeka High School offer bouquets of gratitude to the wonderful faculty of Troy. WVILEY E. ALBERG, M.S. Social Studies As.s'I Football Coach, Ass't Basketball Coach MRS. PAULA M. BARTLOW, B.S. English, French 1"r1'nrl1 Club fAss'tj MARVIN BAYLESS, M.S. Typing lizzxlcctlmll Game Cadets JOHN P. BLEVANS Trade School Photography DONALD C. BLISS, B.S. Physical Education, Driver Training, Ass't Football Coach, Wrestling, Ass't Track Coach LOUIS L. CAGLE, M.S. Vocational Office Machines Business Education Club, All-School Party V JAMES F. comzk, BA. if H' Social Studies ' Hi-Y, A.x.s'lEl1ctim1.s S 1 J. uso c:oLToN, B.s. ' Auto Mechanics, Driver Education, Open H!I1l.Vf', A551 COIICC'S.S'lOll Slant! Basketball W 519 -r ELIZABETH CONOVER, B.S. English Homffmnzing Half-Time Ccrenzmzies ll. - 1 I4 WQQAMM ,e,w-'WYkQJbewlC'i- gf' Wwe animals gsxwx QS.,-href S MRS. IRVIN COWGER, B.A. Library Assistant HOMER S. COY Tradc School Electricity RALPH M. CRAWFORD Trade School Machine Shop C. A. DAVENPORT, B.S. Nlathemalicsg Sophomore Football Coach, Track Coach, Sophomore Basketball Coach jOHN R. DEAN, M.S. Social Studies liasketlmll Coach, Sophomore Football Coach JOHN R. DICKSON, B.S. English Operctta Staging, Assemblies HAROLD E. DiLLEY, M.A. Social Studies Football Game Cadets EDNA L. DRURY, M.A. Latin, Spanish Dffjmrlnzenfal Clmirman, Lalin Club MRS. MABEL EDMUNDSON, B.S. Foods, Study Hull All-Scl1oolParty lAss'tj, FHA lAss'tj 4. " '- ., hr' , Q If ff: if e 35542 7, W .gt x ,, -:"'- '-. if 1 1. . ...,,,, . , . ,,, .5 gi - M .gf 'f7:gq: ff - .H .N V . ww. 'rw-:Q-,v-frm, wg . ,.,q,N..,,,.., 55 1 be I ii. mn f 'li 2 i PL.. . YRS NEXT! Chef Knecht and waiters Heitzman and Snyder serve Mr. and Mrs. McKee at the fall Guild picnic. Theme for intro- ducing the faculty new- comers was "Welcome to kindergarten, girls and boys." ,ann E' as ogg, li 1 'I5 MRS. MARIORIE L. FRENCH, M.S. Mathematicsg Departmental Chairman, Math Club. Sufnemisor, Math Club CLYDE E. GILBERT B.S. I Prin ting, Vocational Printing DROGER L. GINAVAN, B.A. Mathematicsg Basketball Timekeeper, Track Coach, Boys Intramurals MRS. WILLLIAM J. GREER, M.A. journalism, English Publications, Quill and Scroll WILLIAM M. GRIFFITH, B.A. Social Studies AFS, Elections TORRENCE E. HAAG Trade School YVelding EDWARD F. HADDEN, M.S. Biology, Chemistry T-Club lAss'tQ ROBERT M. HALLMAN, Orchestra, Ensembles Operetta, Football Programs HARRIET HAM, M.A. English, Reading Future Teachers fAss'tj 'I6 Ass't ., F , KL, at ' .y ' V f its 2 is t ggi 2 s . ' 3J3'E9.4' it af H. F. ELLITHORPE, M.S. " Chemistry Basketball Game Cadets fAss'tj D. L. ERWIN, B.S. Mechanical Drawingg Cross Country Coach, Track Coach, Cafeteria Supervisor E. L. FINK, M.S. Bookkeeping, Typing BERNICE FINLEY, M.A. Clothing, Social Living, Home Decorating Departmental Chairman, Home Economics Supervisor, Uslzer Club ELBERT M. FLY, M.S. Vocal Music Operetta, Music Assemblies MRS. A. J. FOCHT, B.A. Englishg Operetla Dramalics, Activity Ticket Sales Assembly , 1? I If I IVV ffm,--in-f" f Q "' r if 'ls s s X '5 tv t g- , , . ,I H . .h ' ' .!" j ' l l' g' . 0 ,. " K f ' , will !rfli,f:5f'5--1-2. ' , P., .V - .iiisef--'Q o ' U sf " X W l e '- ' 511 il' I , ' . Faculty- Calm, Helpful PERFECT COMBINATION- Teachers, students, and parents play in the "eternal triangle" of instructing, learning, and appreciation. Sce.ie at Open House in mid November. he ws, Q ,. mv ,i ,..L up Q .Ev W 55 . v. 25 : f . L3 sl ii, 1. , Q R' 'G' Y -' 2 C iz. ' 1' :,- ,V , fl S 'V' K ,, 5 , ,f Y 4 4 l J 1 I , i'se S ' if 'fi ' - ' . -gy K I? , My K . ir A v K . X ls, T I 'Vg l W. I ,la -za ,S .l C as MRS. HELEN HANNA, B.S. Study Hall: Girls Pep Club fAs.v'tj, All- Sehool Party Program lAss'tj VERNON HAYES, M.A. Visual Education, Study Hall PAUL HEITZMAN, B.A. Social Studies, Speech Rep Council, Youth for Christ K. JUNE HENDERSON, M.A. Mathematics Cluzfs Clulf MARTHA I-IERRICK, BLA. English, Stage Craftg Drunzutics Coach, Masque and Wig, Tlzespianx JAMES M. HILL, M.A. Social Studies, Debate National Forensic I.eugue, Debate Coach E. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, B.A. I-'renchg French Club, junior Red Cross fAss'tj, All-School Party lAss'tj MARY E. HOPKINS, M.A. Englishg Departmental Chairman, Language- Arts Supervisor FRANCES S. HUTCHISON, M.S. Botany, Biology Play Cadets l7 Faculty- Serving Students IT MAY TAKE Htwo to tango" but it takes many hands to make a winning float. Mr. Griffith and Mr. johnson lend theirs to jim Viergivcr and jim Trast. L 1 . My fx- V i, - fiffliikiimg. f ' . sz-1 2' , "url i Elf sqm I ' if Q4 5 i, -A f 'E Y A. vm, - Q' 'ii a:f3i5 iQf,, I5 A 5' ' A . by f J " i ' ' f ' iilmff '.:' . A o -1 'ffii fx1f1?V"ag , . 'Lien 5, - , 3 of 'fgglgfggflffjsyglli 18 JOYCE M. JANOUSEK, B.S. Typing, Bookkeeping Girls Pep Club lAss'tj NORMAN E. JOHNSON, M.S. Social Studies Stuflwzl Council J. WV. JONES, M.S. Physics Departmenlnl Clmirman ESTHER G. KINGMAN, M.E. Mathematics Business illllllllgfl'-I7lIl3'S, f'Your Show" LLOYD XV. KISTLER, B.A. Social Studies Honzecoming Parade, Rep Council lAss'tj C. L. KNECHT, B.s. Biology, Physics Boys Pep Club CHESTER LANEY, B.S. Physical Educationg Swim Club, Coin Club, Golf Courlz, Inlmmurals, Swim Conclz NANCY LARMER, M.A. English: Honor Pep, ClI6"67'lf'I1Ill'7'S, Girls Pep Club lAss'lj MRS. HAZEL LINGO, M.A. English junior Red Cross 'GQ To ,js .Z .' li, f--,h I . 5- , Q , s W ,E Lim nw in aw. 2,2335 J' sw. .L 5, 3 if f' 21 f-55,1 'Afyf Q .,, w ,q l- fsfms wa ,a,f2,'2fNS . ' 's:.ltY:fii:?Ti4l?ii 11 aw if 1. , 5 sf s ff if ,113 If 'rs 'ti 0 f .AL J kj MRS. ELAINE L. MCDONNELL, B.S. Business All-School Party Program c. J. MCKEE, M.A. Vocal Musicg Music Supervisor, Music Assem- blies, Departmental Chairman MARILYN MILLER, A.M.L.S. Head Librarian Library Club ROBERT B. MILLS, M.E. Biology Science Club JOSEPH MONTES, B.A. Spanish Spanish Club, Boys Pep Club fAss'tj MRS. THOMAS 1. MORGAN, B.S. Physical Education CARL K. NALL, M.S. Vocational Retail Selling Business-Education Club GEORGE R. NEADERHISER, M.S. Instrumental Musicg Dance Band, Music As- semblies, Operetta Business Manager HARRY B. NELSON, M.S. Art, Painting Art Consultant RUTH LOOMIS, M.A. Foods Guest Teas jOI-IN E. LUND, M.A. Stenography Open House DONALD E. MADL, M.S. English junior Class Sponsor VIVIAN M. MARSHALL, B.S. Home Nursing and Management, Clothing: All-School Party QAss'tj, Future Nurses fAss'tj GARY D. MCCARTHY, B.A. Englishg Sophomore Class Sponsor, Queen of Courts Assembly MRS. MURIEL MCCORMICK, B.A. Social Studiesg All-School Party QAss'tj, Stu- dent Council fAss'tj - 5 eg, 1' N f 1 -if 9' sisws f ,, i ,i H. ,my 422 5 . K A. , . it Z . ff QF, Q ,fgl ,' V3 1 ig! 'Zz X f55jIgf' ffl-fm! ,555 ..,AI It 'iftflljfjjilikiif lil. ' t -, K- 1 ,'rs Q7 A W ,lf . 7 1 .',,, 1 L ' Q . . was - . K s . - 1451.1 it Nj-5: .1 3 H - I9 F1 ll 'Sf' JACK PRINGLE, M.A. Social Studies Key Club ROBENA PRINGLE, M.A. Social Studiesg Departmental Chairman, Social Studies Supervisor LARRY M. REID, B.A. Physical Education, Mathematicsg Depart- mental Clzairnmn, T-Club, Football Coach, Tennis Coach CHARLES SHOYER, B.A. Radio, Electricity Check Stand JOAN SKUPA, B.S. Home Decoration, Social Living, Clothing Daisy Chain, Usher Club QAss'tj, FHA C. P. SNYDER, M.S. Mathematics Caps and Gowns Check lAss'tj ROBERT E. SOUDERS, M.S. Mechanical Drawing, Machine Shop Stage Settings for Assemblies MRS. CLAUDE E. SPENCER, B.S. Physical Educationg Departmental Chairman, Modern Dance Club, Troy lanes, Squid Club MARY CATHARINE STRAHM, M.S. Latin, Spanishg Latin Club QAss'tj, Queen of Courts Assembly lAss'tj -C off '- 54 20 DONALD R. NEWBY, B.S. Ceramics MRS. ALBERT NORRIS, M.S. Mathematics Math Club QAss'tj LOREN M. NUZMAN, M.E. Woodworking: Departmental Chairman, Caps and Gowns Check OSCAR j. PALMER Trade School Radio, TV MRS. MARCUS M. PENNEY, B.A. English RUTH A. PHILLIPS, M.S. Physiology Future Nurses ixigirif ?fQ5,ijQi"f ',. zzzfhff' . -....,,,.' ""-"J-'::1. 'Uk .,E'x -1 'Q , QT: X 11525 -LQ 5, 'CEJ V25 1: fu 'jx z- V 1 . Z' 4 ' 7e,'j44f-,,N,Qfj,4.,4g'7QC se -R Q wif Twig Ami? '44ff4Z,s,z Faculty- H zgh I deals, H apes FEEDING THE SOUL as they feed the "in- ner man", faculty members leave their prob- lems in their classrooms as they visit during lunch hours. Mr. Mills, Mr. Shoyer, and Mr. Neaderhiser in the teachers' cafeteria. V WW W lf '7 ,Pj ' ' -A 'f'LL41:'l'l!f!! . lf LW JW afwfu ,tfpfff ff' fl it , A J ,k.. 17,4112 I 1? C . " 3 J f ai l ' W e s ,z if 5 4 fd lx px i 4 2 , A f if 1 'af M ai it l 1 HK f T N , 59,kg, .v Wi Aga, MRS. JAMES E. SUMMERS, B.S. Clothing Senior Class Sponsor JESSE F. TEEL, JR., M.S. Business Drparlmenlal Clzairnzan, Safety Club LEO E. THOMAS, M.S. Businessg Activity Ticket Sales, Senior Carni- val Tirlcel Sales MRS. SUZANNE TOMLINSON, B.A. Englishg Prom Program, Homecoming Assem- bly Program QAss'tj MELVIN G. VILLEME, M.A. Iliologyg Ass'l Football Coach, T-Club lAss'tj, Iiasf'ball Coach JAMES H. WALKER, B.S. Auto Mechanics, Machine Shop Football Cadets fAss'tj JEAN WALTERSCHEID, B.S. Physical Education Girls Intramurals, Troy Janes REX WEST, B.A. General Science, Biology GERTRUDE S. WVHEELER, B.A. Speech, Englishg Ass't Dirertor Plays, Masque and Wig QAss'lj, Tlzespians QAss'tj 21 Faculty- Busy, edzcated THE DAY begins early. By 7:45 the main office is a beehive of activ- ity. Miss Drury and Mr. Pringle stand at the sign-in desk. . ?'NN' 4? ir 15973: i my W . ,iii N 'Y Q ' , if JI We f .sr , .. Ps vi " K 5 1. Q E h es vs fra sim? VL sf? 5 KA T EM 22 VANCE J. WILLIAMS, M.S. English Game Photographer MRS. FAYEBEN W. WOLFE, M.S Art Crafts: Dejmrtmental Clmirmmz Activities-Queen of Courts WALTER A. WOLFE, M.S. Bookkeeping, Typing EDITH J. WOODWARD, B.S. English Queen of Comts Dance JACK P. YOUNG, B.S. Trade School Auto Mechanics EUNICE YOUNGQUIST, B.S. Cafeteria Director PERRY W. CHAMNESS, M.S. Trade School Director JOHN R. DEAN, M.S. Summer School Director W. WALTER RUSSELL, M.A. Director of Adult Education , Halftime Mrs. Naomi Woodburn Office Manager Sec. to Mr. Weavei 1 .s.....,, ., -is W, fx 51 '- .., W 553 if , it , L3 , fu -Q 4 i i ai ms I i .ii Q' .. ' 5, 5 Nina NM Mrs. Byron Boon, R.N. Erna Sibberson Alice Hoad Mrs. L. W. Thomas Mrs. Ruth Gladfelter School Nurse Attendance Secretary Registrar Guidance Secretary Lib. Cat. Room Mrs. Estelle Rings Mrs. Lillian Ash Mrs. Inez Harder Mrs. Dorothy Ford Mrs. Betty Greamba Switchboard Cafeteria Secretary Sec. Dean of Boys Dcp. Secretary Bookkeeper Office Personnel- I-IONES RINGING, voices humming, type- writers clicking-the all-over noise of hard work -These are the usual sounds in the administra- tive offices where the business of Troy is handled. The office staff has the multiple job of hand- ling money and attendance, typing tests and forms, making up bulletins, renting books, selling tickets, and answering the many questions asked by students, teachers, parents, and the public. Nurse Boon is ready with medical aid any- timeg Miss Sibberson combs the absence rolls for offendersg guidance secretaries check student recordsg and Mrs. l'Voodburn's steady hands smooth over many rough moments. All in all, the office staff makes a necessary complement to the activities of a lively student body and those who plan their educational policies. SECRETARIES Pauline Hall and Mrs. Betty Myers help Director Chamness make decisions on Trade School publicity for National Education Week. Versazfzhty, Eff-CZ.6HQ! Oi! Wheels ff Bzlg School 23 I Hlz 1001.5 ol c'nluc':1tion 1ll'ClTl2llly1ll1IIV2ll'iClI. fx, 1 , 1 . .- 'A . ,V,k 4' gig "' . H TJ.x'1f,g. ' 6? 58:23 Tnffsq,-kf5?W5fhfX-3Jif4 'f, 1i ' " WJ Q, my Q MM ffvffew. ' :eff-wfffifffffe'1mn1fx'1x1ff4Gi995g'wf'?11.'.wffUf'y1Mf'4zfSm?12fff:f"-N45 ,- " 7 Q ' 1 5 K'-.gg 5 ' M 3 W ' ' yy, L , 1 'ww' is - ., 1 ' ' ffm. fm' 1. 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Toclay's cHorts-Tomorroxfs necessity. 0 Here, at Troy, in these halls and these rooms We have watched the white-hot flare of A magnesium ribbon fired by a bunsen burne And sent the fire of music shimmering in Golden flame across the auditorium, Here we have found the clear passionless logi Of a Euclidean theorem, And read the resonant prose of Shakespeare, I' C And here, we have learned and become wiser. 9 ATTENTION to business. Grammar study occupies more than half ol' the sophomore course of study. THE MOST famous schnozzola in literature, Cyrano de Bergerads. Karen Zakar and Neil Wood. English- Aims Stress Universal eedjbr Adequate Communication 1 ROM Julius Caesar to The Tale of Two Cities and the current best sellers, and from Chaucer to Melville and Stephen Vincent Benet, literature from many parts of the world and from the important periods of history was introduced to Topeka High's students through the various required and elective English courses. The 'faculty members of this, the largest of y the academic departments, made constant effort to emphasize reading for pleasure as well as information and the understanding of problems. Studies were made on the needs of students entering careers immediately after high school as well as those continuing in college, with the hope of giving all THS graduates needed proficiency in the language arts. For students interested in related fields, there were courses in speech training, play production, journalism, and publications. Emphasis in all classes was placed on writing, while new syntax studies and grammar reviews covered approximately half the class time. The third year of the Sequence Classes found the successful coordination of junior English and American History for the thirty-Five students enrolled, Progress reports in the form of standardized tests were given throughout the year, while poetry, short story, and essay contests gave opportunities for individual expression in fictional and factual areas. Miss Hopkins . . . Department Chairman Mrs. Bartlow, Miss Conover, Mr. Dickson, Mrs. Focht, Mrs. Greer, Miss Ham Miss Herrick, Miss Larmer, Mrs. Lingo, Mr. Madl, Mr. McCarthy Mrs. Penney, Mrs. Tomlinson, Miss Wheeler, Mr. Williams, Mrs. Woodward 26 NUMEROUS phone calls are a part of Miss Hopkins' duties as supervisor of the citv's Language Arts. LISTENERS enjoy jerry Hawver's oral report in Miss Larmer's class. Patty Miller, Al Grooms, Davydd Greenwood, Dick Buck, Betty Bardsley. IOURNALISM students study local news. Marilyn McCoy, Melody Parker, Lois Reed, Janice Seagraves, and Maxine Schreiner. "PRACTICE Makes Perfect" gives juniors in Mr. """'- Dickson's class emphasis on basic syntax problems. ,MQW 27 sg 'ir '- X Science PHYSICS. Weighing solids to calculate displacement, jay Boylan, right. tips the scales as Mary Kay Goodman and jim Bunds record their findings. Molecules, Forces, Tissues Challenge Investzgation 28 HAT American students are "inferior to Russians in scientific knowledge" is the implication appearing frequently in news stories. Along with the general up- swing of interest due to recent scientific developments, this attitude has given impetus to Topeka's schools to offer a program of emphasized and broadened science courses and opportunities for experimentation. Varying from the study of living matter to the study of the theories of life itself and the forces present in the universe, the more than forty classes form a well- balanced curriculum. Beginning students can acquire a basic knowledge of heredity, environment, health, and physical and chemical reactions. Advanced classes have opportunities for specific and independent study. Because of the many opportunities for careers in the science world, exploratory interest is encouraged in all fields. Additional interest is promoted through special study in Science Seminar groups, the annual Science Fair, field trips, and special award programs. Mr. Jones ,.......,.............. Department Chairman Mr. Ellithorpe, Mr. Hadden, Mr. Villeme, Mr. Mills, Miss Hutchison, Mr. Knecht, Miss Phillips, Mr. West. CHEMISTRY. Conclusion reached and experiment completed, jim Viergever cleans up equipment. BOTANY. Along with outward appearances, students learn chemical composition and microscopic structure of living plant tissues. Linda Hamilton, Bob Provo, Edona Halleck, Aleta Petrik, and Roy Keitel, seatrrl. H. S. SCIENCE students receive a survey of both natural and physical sciences. Mr. West demonstrates S.G. computation to janet Saylor, Kathy DeWeese. a "BIOLOGY is the science of life." Mr. Mills gives an initial lesson in dissection of the earthworm to Steve Larson, Danny Phelps, and Vivian Williams. MH" I PHYSIOLOGY. The intricacies of human anatomy never cease to amaze Richard Benson and Joan Berges. 29 Yjjck, 3 'f K.. A ,A 3 5 2 1 E Z. F' X, ,. , 3 I 5 . 1 x M.......,,,, 3 ,....N ff 4 E Q X . W -x-1, - N-., gran' ,,,. sn W. , .P Q.. I '! .,K, waff, f l I , 1 A , , I Y ' 1 x s E :wif F Ki 14 ff? il ff J4.f , s . J QSM 4 X Q ffl W I 1! XY! 1 WJ' 5 1' X-, 'Y .A fv A ,L 5 A., 2 1 A Z MERRY CHRISTMAS - Math Style Jean Eberhart, Art Turner, Roy Miller. THE LONG way around to an answer but Mrs. French approves. Ronnie Feasel, Mike Bolnick, Gary Scott. Mathematics- Axioms, Equations, Theorems- Values Seem Limitless OLLEGE-BOUND students at THS are particularly fortunate in receiving "depth" training in both the fundamental and specialized mathematical fields. As director of the city-wide math program, Mrs. French has made a study of public school education in relation to advanced studies, and has given faculty members and students the advantage of national statistics on many levels. jean Eberhart, Bob Dolgoff, and Mike Alexander represented Troy at K.U.'s summer math camp where students from all over the United States competed, not for honors, but for "depth" of comprehension. In general math courses, all students received training in basics, relating that knowledge to the needs of adult life in everything from figuring income taxes to measuring carpet areas and computing interest rates. Emphasis has been consistently placed on four intellectual trouble spots, reading, thinking, rea- soning, and comprehending. With a section of the library set aside for modern texts, mathematics rated the top interest for hundreds of Trojans. Mrs. French .................. Department Chairman Mr. Davenport, Mr. Ginavan, Miss Henderson, Mr. Reid, Mrs. Kingman, Mrs. Norris, Mr. Snyder, Mr. Bayless BOARD-work brings out the best - answers, that is, for Stuart McCall and Nancy Dunn. Social Studies Contradictogf World Calls jirr Increased nderstanding E LIVE in a world of dual natures-on one side is democracy and peace, on the other, servitude and unrest. Aware of this, the THS faculty has concerned itself with an attempt to increase world understanding by empha- sizing knowledge of conditions and accepting of racial differences with the determination to uphold the princi- ples of Americas Four Freedoms. Sophomores began their "tour of duty" with basic NVorld History, and juniors followed through with two terms ol American History. Seniors completed the required program with concentration on governmental procedures, featuring the annual County and City Days. Elective courses covered the supplementary fields of Economics, Contemporary Problems, lVorld Backgrounds, General Phychology, and a college credit course in Ap- plied Psychology. Thus, the broad fields of personal, family, community, state, national, and universal under standings build a One lllorld concept. Miss Robena Pringle ............ Department Chairman Mr. Alberg, Mr. Coder, Mr. Dean, Mr. Dilley, Mr. Griffith, Mr. Heitznlan, Mr. Hill, Mr. johnson, Mr. Kistler, Mrs. McC0r1nick, Mr. Pringle GOVERNMENT classes are the core of citizenship. Ed Silver, Phil Jones, Marita Leonard, Mel Gaines. WORLD HISTORY. "It's a Great Big WVonderful WVorld" to Kay Loebsack, Ken Sterne, Bill Harrison, Stanley Osgood, Larry Slater, Jean Innes, and Sharlene Heckathorn. w -21.4,-'nt-. nies. at-w wamxmwwase-, - ' YOUNG and personable, Wash- burn's Dr. Donald Lcventhal teaches the new college credit course in Applied Psychology. DIRECTED by Betsy Greer Wir Johnson s class discusses Contemporary American Problems ECONOMICS, as taught by Mr. Griffith, enjoys some lighter moments. '4"'xfL K gi ii. I QA 4 it JE 71 . Debate- THIRD PLACE winners at the State Tournament at Emporia. Coach Hill with Henry Hiebert, Mike McCabe, jean Eberhart, Tom Hamilton, Terry Smith. Research, Techniques Pay Ujjf Toumqf Wz'ns Pile lb RESOLVED: That the federal government should substantially increase its regulation of labor unions. With this topic well in mind, with brief cases packed with suggestions for combatting their opponents' arguments, with minds cleared for action, and with knowledge that they had the backing of friends and parents, Troy's debaters rallied all factors as they sought new records. 34 Two firsts, three seconds, four thirds, and a fourth place added ten mounted brass figurines to Topeka High's already bulging trophy cases. With the local chapter of NFL acting as liaison for the debaters, special recognition was made at a spring banquet, and winnters received acclamation in assembly pro- grams. As "ambassadors with portfolios", they made line public relations for THS. SCOREBOARD Aflvanced Russell . . . .............. .Third Fredonia .... Second ei Washington .... . .First Pittsburg . . . Fourth 4, l Hutchinson . . ,Third W U Salina ..... Second V District . . . .... . .First State . . . .......... .Third Novice Shawnee Mission East .Third Sunflower League ..... Second TROY and Shawnee Mission are tournament- bound on the official Sunflower League bus. ADVANCED DEBATERS reflect pride in their trophy. Nadia Ramzy, Patty Cain, Ann Papin, jean Eberhart, Virginia Nolan, JoAnn Marshall, Ron Popham, Charles Fcyh, Mike McCabe, Terry Smith, Jon Ekdahl, Henry Hiebert, and Tom Hamilton. Missing are Nancy Egy, Ken Wilke, and Ralph Muxlow. All are lettermen. NOVICE DEBATERS gather in Room 234. Seated: Kathy Rhodes, Mary Mee- han, Tawny Baxter, Susan Ebel. Smrzrling: Tom Rose, Larry Kelly, Gerry Young, Gary Scott, David YVOods, Wendell Smith, Ben Franklin, jim McHenry, john Wakeman, and Jim Nordstrom. Standing behind them are Steve Heinz and Allan Eberhart. M issing: Janice Eaken, Sherry Lister, and john Lord. W-N WORKING UP a case, Patty Cain and- Mr. Hill talk over new notes. 35 Home Economics- Toung Women Orient Selves or Happy Tears Aheaa' an WVEARING her own "coordinate of rust corduroy and print, Patty Kern, riglll, discusses design with Marcia Bennett. VVOMANS place is in the home- even when she combines it with a career," is a present day cliche. Mindful of its truth, the Home Ec faculty acquaints girls with both homemaking and the broad profes- sional fields that are related. The creative-minded are taught the ad- vantages of planning wardrobes to express personalities as well as to learn basic con- struction. Emphasis is placed on style, col- or, line, and texture at each level of course offered. Girls enrolled in foods learn the value of everyday meal planning and sim- ple entertainment as well as special diets and the budgeting of the food-dollar. Family living courses reach into the lu! ture with Social Living, Home Decoration, Home Management, and Home Nursing. All center around one idea: to prepare the student for her place in the world, whether she becomes homemaker or career woman, or combines the two in happy, rewarding living in home and community. Miss Finley ..,......,....,, Department Chairman Mrs. Erhnundson, Miss Loomis, Mrs. Marshall, Miss Skupa, Mrs. Summers, Mrs. Huttenhnff. DREAM house plans. janet Hunt shows hers to Cathy Grey, Judy Bruner, Sue Hein- rich, Sharon Nlustoc, -wt and Judy WVilt-y. 15, f l i i l H1 A PANEL on personal adjustments in Home Management Betty Mefiart, Sherry Kearney, Althen Ramseyer, Lynda Gverstreel. Pat Owens, Sharon Nlustoe, Mrs. Marshall. FASHION appreciation as one phase of Social Living is demonstrated hy Terry Mack and "appreciated" by jean Peterson and Sue Wilson. 4 , 31' . rwdi Mi M"-Q-..... Wr S-Z., PARTNERS Deloris Ireland and that accuracy is all-important in RQ ! his .xxx Sally Harris learn following zz recipe. PLENTY of attention goes to Sharon Ogden as her Home Nursing classmates put her to hed. 37 "GIRL PAINTING" makes a good title for this unposed portrait of Genevieve Tetuan. 551. i ,ar ,. if ,due OFF on a new art 'fspreef' Dee Dee Watts, jean Henderson, and Joyce Cowan match skin tones with the aid of a mirror. V Ari, Crafts- Eyes, Hands, Imaginations Learn T0 Use New atlets MOTIONS are often undefinable and intangible, yet through art a student may uncover the basis or the outlet for his hopes and desires. An imaginative person feels at home in the THS aft studios, for there his ideas and talents are encouraged. Students are free to interpret themselves in painting. design- ing, illustrating, lettering, layout work, weaving, leather tooling, wood carving, ceramics, mosaics, cos- tume designing, metal smithing, or combinations. Basic skills in media, textures, and techniques are stressed in first-year classes. Hands are trained to be steady and exact, relaxed and uninhibited, but al- ways with an attempt to unlock the mystery of what all artists must "see." Advanced students may choose from specialized courses and often have work on display in the art gallery or main hall. With the added advantage of the fine gallery facil- ities and the Topeka Art Guild shows, the depart- ment faculty fulfills its aim: to teach students to appreciate creativeness. Mrs. Wolfe ........... Department Chairman Mr. Nelson, Mr. Newby THE ANCIENT potter's art is brought up to date in ,the base- studio near the kiln. jack Barnard uses the mechanized wheel. SILVERSMITHERS do Creative work on personalized jewelry. Gen- ero Gutierrez files a ring while Phyllis Butel and Hilda Erickson do soldering on a silver charm. FLOOR and table model looms revive handicrafts that are both beautiful and practical Marty Dickson and jo Ann Cook ALMOST like going under for a third time, joe Babicki lives through some unusual mo- ments as Mr. Nelson applies the plaster. Guy Forbes' holds his finished life mask. 39 Language- Small World Isrft It?-Language eea' Grows Evzdent OW that a trip from New York to Paris can be , made in a few hours, and a phone call from Hong- l Kong to San Francisco goes through in a matter of minutes, the need for basic understanding through languages becomes a necessity. By emphasizing this field, not only has the need been fulfilled, but the desire for better understanding between nations has been expanded. French, Latin, and Spanish students built their development on a basic first year study of vocabu- lary and structure. Advanced students gained knowl- edge of the parent countries through literary, cultur- al, and historical viewpoints. Songs, poems, games, dramas, short stories, and documentaries gave zest to a program of vital influence in present educa- tional trends. , Today's world-shrinking comes from the breaking l of language barriers, members of the faculty believe. "Language knowledge," they say, "is a big step to- ward world peacef' l 4' iv r Miss Drury ........... Department Chairman Miss E. Hopkins, Mrs. Bartlow, Mrs. Strahm, Mr. Montes TAPE recording is one of today's best devices in learning a language. Ron Price and classmates listen to a story as hc follows his textbook. THE VASTNESS of the ancient Roman Empire is the topic of discussion by Diana Bortz, Lee Gladfclter, and David Nelson. J 1.1 --4 D f- -. H 40 so M.-L, ,... 4 2 FAR AWAY places, with French sounding names take on new meanings via the bulletin board. Lewis Berey and Steve Burgess say 'WVe wanna go!" VAMOS a tener un examen manana?" In Mr. Montes 4th Hour class, Marc Miles turns on the charm, backed up by his cohorts Sue Mann, Carol Wedoff, Shirley Henderson, Betsy Greer, and Janet Grant. DR M an French seem to have a native affinity. Students in French 5 and 6 are playwrights, readers, and actors. John Hopkins, Terry Maupin, Una Thurston, Gail Levin, and Pat Baude. 41 "LIVE BAITU for a very lively profession is demonstrated by Mr. Teel to Dave Axton, Dick Adler, Margaret Christensen, and John Keith. COLUMNS, totals, debits, and credits are familiar to those learning bookkeeping with Miss janousek. THE CLICK of the typewriter signals "Class Time? Carol Bratton, Charlotte Crowe, Carol Stover, Betty Young, and Bev Deitrick. Business- World fy' Success Beal-cons to the Comlbetentbf Trained INCE clerical skills and personality adjust- ment play vital roles in the American Economy, adequate preparation as well as wide coverage are offered business students at THS. The "basic three," typing, shorthand, and business machines, emphasizing speed and ac- curacy, are the opening wedges into broader areas. Specific courses in Bookkeeping, Business Law and Arithmetic have been strengthened by this year's General Office Procedures. Vocational classes in Cooperative Retail Sell- ing and Office Practice give unusual opportuni- ties for classroom instruction combined with onrthe-job training in a mutually beneficial teacher-em uloyer-employee relationship. Thus 1 y through an efhcient commercial program, many students may go directly from high school into the world of business with capabilities and con- fidence already well established. Mr. Tecl ...........,.. Department Chairman Mr. Bayless, Mr. Fink, Miss janousek, Mr. Lund, Mrs. McDonnell. Mr. Thomas, Mr. Wolfe, Mr. Cagle, Mr. Nall. ADDITION by machine-Celia Parrctt and Judy Clark RETAIL advertising layouts are based on study of the daily papers. Diana Appcnfeller, judy Brown, Ruth Ham, Ken Smith, Judy McClanahan, Hr, Nall, Mary Monrt-al, Paul Pfannenstiel 'VK ,NM-. 43 Library THE ANNUAL Paperback Book Fair. y ,Q Reading Hours, Book Loans, Voriege Top 'Besf Records OOKS AND DREAMS are each a worldg and books, we know, are a substantial world." Searching for this concreteness, Troyls students found in their unusually beautiful and hnely equipped library the tangible means of broadening horizons by reading informative and en- tertaining books and periodicals. Attendance soared sky-high during the year, with an average of 7,970 student visitors each month who checked out 2,828 books, a staggering figure upon which to base the annual statistics. Interest was boosted during Na- tional Book YVeek when hundreds of Trojans purchased paperback classics and best sellers for their personal li- braries. Emphasis was placed on keeping teachers and students aware ol' new accessions by placing annotated lists on all bulletin boards. In addition to assisting hundreds of visitors with their individual problems, Miss Miller visited classrooms and departmental meetings in order to aid both students and teachers in making full use of the library's facilities, and to plan how best to spend her budget to meet new trends in education as they apply to Topeka High. Miss Miller . . . Head Librarian Mrs. Cowger, assistant . . . Mrs. Gladfcltcr, catalogist MAGAZINE check-out window-Steve Swartzel. 44 1 ' 91??.v4"i . . 25 5 -mi. I NL. X fs g 1 I 1- L, .,., QE ,M Q 42 i L., s ,nv uf ' ' J .1 f ,,,....M 1, TQ J... ,ar , . Q- , XA, x KL if K ' Q- . - fi? , L im -421211, J - , yigyq, yjq . ,,::i,'1zw.q. - , 1 -v,g4f,z4? ' f,10y":5- .Wt T,-4 511,55 , ., . V, - fW.f1t:L., I 32 if if.-,QT - QQ., -'7'f'fw?'ffE A H ,,.A,,, xX- , rw- , ,igiig gwjixi-,1i22 , -A X-wfww--1.f-1'-2,.mws.g2f'f': A ' 1, gy gif Q? slewlfwigvffasf if-QA jp v . ,,, -wwwmkw 1 - 1. Y' H Mf M ff? Q55 sf ici f FZ 5 v 6.. T' VM iv . v , A 5 'AK W 12 5 i N.. 'Swv .. Emir, Madrigols Top Singing Groups Become 'Ambassadors qfjllusicj r,,,,,..... 46 T WOULDNT be Christmas without music by the Trojan Choir" is the oft heard comment of civic leaders, the student body, and the faculty. The sixty-three voice choir, specializing in religious numbers performed popular songs from Broadway hits with equal integrity. At Thanksgiving, their arrangement of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" gave spine-tingling impetus to the reverent feel- ing of the season and respect for our American Heritage. At Easter their full-bodied rendition of Handel's Nlessiah literally brought every listener to his feet with the glorious "Hallelujah Chorus." Tr0y's "Pride and ploy", the Nladrigal Singers, featured six- teen of the best a cappella voices. Carrying on in the colorful medieval tradition, they appeared in formal attire, sitting around the banquet table. A popular group at civic meetings, they held to a tight guest appearance schedule during the three holi- day seasons, thus becoming the best possible public relations carriers forthe cultural aspects of THS, Director, , . .... Mr. Fly STUDYING Thr Alf-winlz-jam- Schendcl and Marilyn Drummond. THE MADRIGAL SINGERS. THE CHOIR. Front Row: Connie Ahlstrom, Carole Roush, Lois Straily, Diana Bortz, Twila Frickey, Judy Hedrick, Carrie King. Row 2: Marty Ladner, George Hopkins, Marilyn Drum- mond, julie Murray, Connie Walter, Nancy Roop, Kathy Covert. Row 3: Evon Lung- strum, Mary Kay Goodman, Susan Kay, Kathy Hill, Renee LaCroix, Reva Webb, Susan jones. Row 4: Mary Sumey, Ruth Bris- coe, Deanna Kirk, Diane Osterhout, jerilyn Reedy, jan Huntsman, Uta Zick. Row 5: Linda Kerbs,-Diana Harrison, Carole Schoen- feldt, Sylvia Nottingham, Bonnie Ward, Vicki Loebsack, Carol Sloyer. Row 6: Buzz Colton, Marcia Duncan, Sherril Murrow, Kay Adams, Gaye Rust, Phyllis jones, Alice Eberhart. Row 7.' Frank Chaffin, jay Boylan, Larry Callahan, David Craig, Kenny Stone, Tom Bornholdt, jane Schendel. Row 8: jim Parks, Dan Warner, David Desormiers, jim Bunds, jerry Leighty, Dave McKee. Top Row: Russell Ewbank, Kenny Lewis, john VValquist, Dave Glen- dening, Bill johnson, Mike Vvilson, Bob Gross. Missing: julie Green. INTENT on interpretation, Bonnie Ward and Twila Frickey listen to a difficult passage done by Mr. Fly. Seated: Vicki Loebsack, Tom Bornholdt, Diana Harrison, Dave McKee, jane Schendel, Kenny Lewis, Sherril Murrow, and Buzz Colton. Standing: Nancy Roop, Bill Johnson, Mary Sumey, Twila Jo Frickey, Larry Callahan, Marty Ladner, Marilyn Drummond, and Bonnie Ward. E BOYS, GLEE CLUB. Front Row: Don Stalons, Gary Morrison, Kenneth VV21l'I1Cl'. james Rapp, Kerry Brown, Neil Snyder, john Tetuan, Diego Garcia, Tony Ortiz. Row 2: David Stevens, Ronnie Blanchard, Bruce Baker. Mike Steadman, William Thomas, Don Peterson, Richard Greenway, Dan Killam, Cary Brown. Row 3: Richard Newton, Gary YVeidenbach, Tom Snook, Ned Rafter, Stuart McCall, jim Priddy, Dan Mcjunkin, Frank Riley. Top Row: Tom Crimes, Kenneth Quick, Benson Hurd, Harlan Jennings, Al Harper, Bill Recd, Alan Standley, and john Cairl. Ellen Thompson is pianist. USIC hath charms" is the old saying, but one that Trojan singers and directors, as well as audiences, confirm every day. Wlrether the singing is of folk tunes, spirituals, ballads, or hymns, there is the same dedication to the Muse of Song as there is when the melody is from the much-loved "My Fair Lady" or "Oklahoma!" The girls' lilting voices play on the heart's strings, While the boys' warm basses mirror the vim, vigor, and vitality of the youthful male. All show the obvious joy of singing togetherg and Mr. Fly's evident stress on good training is approved-the audiences are perennially charmed. Trojan ensembles made many guest appearances dur- ing the year at Topeka's church and civic meetings, as well as in the operetta and at the traditional Thanksgiv- ing, Christmas, and Easter all-school assembles. "Sing- ing as we work" is truly the title of the activities of these Five popular vocal grouns. Directors ,.... Mr. Fly, Mr. McKee 48 TROJANETTES. Jo Johnson, Kathie Hut- sell, Carolyn Taylor, Bonnie Knight, Linda McCall, Barbara Coop- er, Beverly Bailey, Kathy Crothers, Sharon Branson, Helen Rees, and Director E. M. Fly. SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB. First Row: Jo Johnson, Esther M'oollard, Alice Westlund, LaResta Smith, Lois Martin, Judy Wiley, Willie Hampton, Sandy Gifford, Bonnie Knight, Sandy Geren, Linda Dugan, Jeannie Fisher, Janet Lewis. Row 2: Linda Heller, Barbara Bennett, Karen Thompson, Alyce Smith, Carla WVeldon, Carla Bowman, Susan Stratton, Sandra Woods, Rowena Lane, Gay Krionderis, Beverly Bailey, Kathy Crothers. Row 3: Diane Taylor, Connie Brown, Anita Boaz, Linda W'Vilds, Shirley Hayes, Joyce Milliken, Marcia Oroke, Connie Hilbert, Deanna Phelon, Barbara Reilly, Karen Templin, Andrea Gresser, Patricia Hunter. Top Row: Pat Casey, Sharon Branson, Linda Light, Linda McCall, Carolyn Taylor, Fannie Jovalis, Barbara Cooper, Kay Burnett, Betty Carroll, Mary Eclmundson, Glenda Bruns- wick, Kathie Hutsell. Helen Rees accompanies. TROJANAIRES. Carrie King, Judy Hedrick, Susan Kay, Mary Kay Goodman, Carol Sloyer, Jan Huntsman, Susan Jones, Deanna Kirk, Kathy Covert, all seniors. BOYS' Quartet members specialize in "Sippin' Cider" tunes James Rapp, Stuart McCall, Harlan Jennings, and Gary Brown lst VIOLINS Ann Felter Carirerlnzulrrrr Ray Wallis Eric Jackson Barbie Kiblc-r Sharon Rogers Martha Guild PICCOLO Sally Potter TUBA Ruben Lee 2nd VIOLINS Alice Eberharl Prznnpizl Odetle Hughes Judee Mh Lela Turner Eugene Ogrod Lesley Correll Garrw Weir VIOLAS Beverly Wilkerson Pnnnpal Richard Virr Ted Richardson James Basile Nancy Guthrie CELLOS Joel Lawson Pmmpnl Claudia Baldwin Mary Geiger Jeanne Howe Alive Adcll Chzirloue Langley OBOE CLARINETS FRENCH HORNS Betsy Pearman Kay Cookson Larry llannzx Kennexh Rider Harold Brown Jeanine Frazier Mike Alexander Rainy Hail TYMPANI PERCUSSION Gaylun Umharger Gaye Rust Douglas Lester STRING QUARTET lst Violin ......... Eric jackson 2nd Violin ..... Ted Richardson Viola ...... . . . Cello . . BASSES Janet Frey Frmflpul Pele Slromquisl Sue Bordeaux TRUMPETS John VVheeler Dick Wagner Homer Sykes HARP Bonnie Ward . .James Baslle . .joel Lawson FLUTES George Knowles Vivian Williams Sally Puller Kalhlyn Hogue TROMBONE Joe Zenlner PIANO Mary Geiger STRING ENSEMBLE. Peggy Keucher, piano, Barbie Kibler, Sharon Rogers, Eric jackson, Joel Lawson, Odette Hughes, Jeanne Howe, Ted Richardson, Janet Frey, and Beverly Wilkerson. The Crchesfra- Competent Inter1brezfatz'0n Assures Polished Peijiwmances L OVE FOR MUSIC, talent to produce it, and a willingness to reach for perfection com- bined to keep the Troian Orchestra on its toes, musically. Gathering momentum through fall practice sessions, the musicians profited immeasurably through the all-city clinic con- ducted in November by Gerald M. Carney of K.U.'s music staff. The orchestra's first formal appearance was accompanying the vocal groups in the annual Thanksgiving and Christmas assemblies, and in April they played a public con- cert for parents and friends. The string ensemble appeared several times before church and civic meetings, while the newly organized Boys' String Quartet shows promise of outstanding performance. The pit orchestra, chosen for the dilhcult job of accompany- ing "Oklahotma!", put in a strenuous six weeks under Mr. Hallman and Mr. Fly for the two-night stand of the popular operetta. Outgrowth of orchestral interest in Topeka is the Youth Symphony, now in its second year. Made up of picked musicians from Topeka and nearby towns, it held Saturday practice sessions and played a Christmas concert, a Sunday Vespers, and a public con- cert in Holton March 15. Two Trojans held places on the Board of Directors, Ann Fet- ter and .Ioel Lawson, and Larry Hanna was a member of the adult Topeka Civic Sym- phony. With this broadened field for performing, with widening interest in music among young people, and with a director of high calibre, the orchestral talent of Topeka High stands to make a real name for itself. Director . . . Mr. Hallman Assistant . . . Mr. Neaderhiser A SYMPHONY in black and white as well as musical composition, Troy's orchestra strikes a formal pose. 51 The Band- 0 uestion ow! Expert Credzts Group as 'Best Ever, OPEKA High School's bandsmen seem musically mature, and their musicianship is certainly an example of what prac- tice will do," was the high praise of the "'Maestro of Brass," Don Jacoby. His February appearance as guest artist at a public concert, and his direction of a clinic of over three hun- dred students from eastern Kansas schools, was the highlight of a successful season. Altering programs and tempo to suit the occasion, the Tro- jan Band played at athletic events, marched on the playing field at halftimes, led in'pep assemblies, and entertained junior high audiences. Troy's colorful musicians were controllers of emotions as the spirited strains of "Come on and give three cheers" ignited school spiritg when "Oh, say can you see" turned all eyes toward Old Glory: and when "The Holy City" opened wellsprings of man's faith in Man. Loyalties sparked members in their plans for good times, and the spring trip and picnic made memorable social occa- sions, far removed from practice sessions. But whatever the "cords" or "chords" that tied them together, none will remain stronger than the words that echo near Room 332, "Musically mature ..., the best I've ever seen." Director . . . Mr Neaderhiser Assistant . . . Mr. Hallman "BLOW, Gabriel, Blow!', Trumpet virtuoso, Don Jacoby, was a real clinic spellbindcr. 52 FLU TES Nano llilivglvimi Yivizm ll'illiguus illary Pufknxtl Sarah Porter janet Aldridge CORN ETS Kirby Deeter Joe Klugg Dick lN'hite Steve Peterson Steve Nelson Dave Greenu ood liric Hedstrom lloluel Sy kes -john What-lr-r Rudy lVreniCk Gerry Ynung Rolwri Phillips l'z'uuy lines TROMBONES ,lim lfruvivr Run Klrf Ilvllim Tom Mzxrslmll Lurry l'z1lriv.'k Ed Ciunmlm Tim Strain' Stan Curl Frank llgnllvli Bill Tlmrlms CLARIN ETS Blargarel lvvs Judy Pauls lliikc Alr'xixn1lr'r Katherine Hall Kay Cookson Marita l..eonar:l john Taylor Jeanine Frazier Lois flihurbvr .Xaron Davis Domaine Herbismi Beverly Deitrick Chcrlyn Sccl-ringer Beverly Lewey Julianne Niurry 'Ibm Rose Donna Lovell lllxarlfrs Kesinger Phil Kniukerbocker Sandra Marlin BARITONES 'lim Ain-Qilsii Ruynmml Briggs .Xliw .Xclrll Sliirlvy Prolmsl BASSES skip cami, lim Parks Earl Bmc'kc'i1 Bob Lee David Rivers jim Guudxnan ALTO CLARINETS Slmrou Rlmclcs John lflx ALTO SAXOPHONES David lkuotls Pm:-in-in 'liillry Mike Hviilll Marla .-Xlcxzuulc-r Slmmn ilillnuui John Irwin TENOR SAXOPHON ES Jon Slillilcen llnrl lVliecler Sylvia Carney Judd Lake PERCUSSION llnlv Wrenjck Rulpcri Switzer Rnlwrl XX Arran lluiiln-hjolixxscm "PROPER steering makes the going easier" is the obvious motto of the band officers: Linda Chrastina, Judy Pauls, Marita Leonard, Mary Newman, Joe Klugg, Judd Lake, and Skip Cook. President . . Vice-Pres. .. Bus. Mgr. . Sec.-Treas. . Soc. Chm. . ....................JuddLake .. ...Skip Cook Parks ..............Mary Newman ...Linda Chrastina, Joe Klugg Librarians ...... Judy Pauls, Marita Leonard Director ..... ............ M r. Neaderbiser Assistant ......... . . .Mr. Hallman Student Director . . . . . .Larry Hanna 'I'ROY'S PRIDE-The ninety-three smartly dressed members of the Trojan Band will always remember this, their "Finest Hour." BASS CLARIN ETS Lincla Saurlersiyu Marilyn Duc-rrr BARITONE SAXOPHONE Evon Lungstrum FREN CH HORNS l,zn'x'y Hanna Klan in Glnnville lliuwxlrl Brown Slew Nnller Rzxlpli Muxlnw Rohr-rl lirlwnrds GLOCKENSPIEL Chzirlouc' Prim' BASSOON Mary X:-uxngui TRUMPETS lYilliam xii-lnmmlfi xemgim csmiil-1 MAJORETTES Linda Clnlf' Sylvizx Calrucx Ginny Wisleu Carol l'lf-umuu Carol Xlassex Linda Christina TYIWIPANI Gaye Rust V11 Keynoters- DANCE BAND lst Alto Sax ...... john Taylor 2nd Alto Sax ....... John Irwin 2nd Tenor Sax ...jon Milliken 4th Tenor Sax ...Earl Wheeler lst Trumpet ........ joe Klugg 2nd Trumpet .. .Bill McDonald 3rd Trumpet V Davydd Greenwood lst Trombone . . ,Tom Marshall 2nd Trombone .... Bill Thomas 3rd Trombone ...... Tim Stone Bass . ......... Pete Stromquist Drums ........ Duane johnson, Bob Switzer Piano ........... Steve Peterson Vocalist ............ Kathy Hill Director ...... Mr. Neaderhiser l FIFTH Hour practice session. Sparkle and Slbring, Swing and Swayg Trqkms Love Jem ITI-I rhythmic steps and intricate patterns, the Trojan majorettes added pep and sparkle to a color- ful marching band. The six girls, wearing white uniforms with black and gold trim displayed com- posure under the broiling sun on parade or facing the biting wind on a chill November evening on the football field. Pert and pretty, these charmers were truly eye-stoppers. MAJORETTES, dressed in "ML N." Originals. If dancing is only as enjoyable as the music pro- vided, and music is only as enjoyable as the musicians "feel" it, then the Trojan Dance Band is a success. The boys liked to make musicg the listeners liked to dance to its rhythm. VVith vim and vigor, members experimented with the slow and the fast, with jazz, popular, and standard, all with the typical Trojan touch of originality. Carol Massey, Linda Chrastina, Linda Cole, head nzajoreflf, Ginny Wisler, Sylvia Carney, and Carol Heumann. Related Schools- Students, Adults Take Advantage qv Extra Class Time DIRECTOR Dean-as relaxed as a "Como." Tyvo IMPORTANT schools using Topeka High's fa- cilities add immeasurably to the city's educational program, one catering to grades 9-12, the other for adults taking work for credit or avocation in its 150 classes. More than 800 students were enrolled in the 1959 sum- mer school where courses in English, social stfldies, typing, biology, and chemistry were offered on both the makeup and go-ahead basis. Teachers were recruited from the THS faculty so that work either continued or supplemented that of the regular school year. The 1960 term is expected to top the 1000-mark with its enrollment. Over 3500 adults enjoyed the academic, craft, mechanics, and health classes of the Evening School in its twoeterm program. Thus, the fine physical facilities of Topeka High reach out to the whole community. Director Summer School ....,..... Mr. Dean Director Evening School ......,. Mr. Russell CREDITS in Chemistry I and II were racked up by Carrie Ann King, Dale Wrenick, and David Holmes in summer school. LADY Shutter Bug, Sherrie Feaker, looks toward a career in photography, aided by a Night School class. 55 Girls' Physical Education- Scores, Skills, Sports Elevate the 'Boajf Beautiful' SENIOR LEADERS Ifrmzi Roux' Janelle Grant, Pat Gragert, Nancy Dunn. Norma Pnrris. Susan Curry, Diana Har- rison, Shelley Payne. Nancy Wood. Joyce Pret- tyman, Karen Zakar. Linda Cole, Sue IVilson. and Karen Purrines. Rmi' 2: Susan Kay, Ruthie Briscoe, Lois Straiiy. Karen, Akcrstrotn. .Indy Brown. and Pam Bowen. Row 3: Letty Staebler, Martha Blaisdell, jean Smith, Carole Roush. Sharon Harris, Karen Kel? ley, Jean Innes, and Cheryl Barnett, T011 Row: Ann Haley. Sally Smith. Gale Gardner. Roberta Smith, Sharrol Gurss. Phyllis Bulel, joan Seidel. Pam Hill. and Peggy Sue Edelblule. Alissing: Geor- gia Gilbert. Janice Tay- lor, and Ann Weaver. 56 USCLE coordination, physical develop- ment, and the pleasurable aspects of active ath- letic participation are included in the objec- tives of the girls' Phys Ed program. All girls enroll for one year and combine such sports as soccer, hockey, volleyball, and even football with rhythmic training through gymnastics, in- cluding Hoor work and trampoline. Since the advent of the school swimming pool in l958, emphasis on water techniques has increased. Girls interested in wider participation may elect advanced sports when, as juniors, they learn skills in such recreational activities as fencing, tennis, golf, badminton, archery, deck and table tennis, modern dance, and bowling. The 39-girl Senior Leader program gives those with above-average skills and interests training in leadership and responsibility in handling individual problems as well as classes, Mrs. Spencer ,......... Department Chairman Miss Walterscheid, Mrs. Morgan DRAW! AIM! FIRE!! Susan Reicherter, Margie McWilliams, and Mary Paul revive the famous Robin Hood sport of bows, arrows, and targets. STRIKE, spare, or miss? Lois Straily keeps score, Margie McWilliams rolls, and Mary Krentz and Gail Thompson sit one out on Bowling Day. HOCKEY-The goalie clears to the side as a forward comes in to counter-attack. THE TIP-OFF Micke Torrez and Sharon An . - Y . staett are coached by Senior Leader jean Smith. MODERN DANCE CLUB officers: Lois Straily, presidentg Sherril Murrow Carla Bowman, program chairmeng Shelley Payne, secretary - treasurer BIG BOSS-Senior Leader Bill McBride cen- ters the ball iu a popular outdoor class- time sport. Other players are Ivan Bean, John WVo0dy, Tom Clark, and Buddy WVitts. GRIM-VISAGED Ken Fordyce hopes to emulate Ronald Flinder with a "chin-up" before class IS over. SENIOR LEADERS Front mzr: john Torrez, Richard Benson, Curt Miller, David Dee sormiers, and Richard :'XllKlCl'SOll. Row 2: Leroy Davis, Oscar lVoods, Bill James, jim Viergever, Frank Kelly, Tom McClure, Charles XVorkman. and Dick Bickcrstaff, Top raw: jerry Hawvcr, Boll Rowley, Bob Engelbrecht, Darryl Crumplon, John Carrington, Cary Pudcrbzlugh, jerry Riddle, and Hill Johnson. Alissing: David Hill. Phil jones, Charles lN'nltc-rs. :md Richard lVehb. Boys' Physical Education- Museles, M inds, Attitudes Control the 'Complete Man, HIEF AIMS of this department are creation of good sportsmanship and mental and physical development through teamwork and individual skills. Active sports such as touch football, soccer, softball, and track occupied the outdoor season and complemented- swimming, wrestling, handball, and gymnastics, which dominated the winter months. A continuation of intramural competition led to the lively development of a series in which many boys par- ticipated through homeroom representation. Much of the Phys Ed program influences careers in teach- ing and coaching. Mfith this in mind Senior Leaders were encouraged to leadership and responsibility as assistants. Mr. Reid ..... .. .Department Chairman Mr. Laney, Mr. Bliss . . HOW'LL we feel tomorrow? Partners work in gymnastic sessions to limber up muscles. TYPICAL pre-class session under Mr. Laney. FAVORITE sport, basketball, puzzles some, is vigorous for others. 59 DOING careful, detailed work on the jigsaw, Bill Johnson turns out intricately finished wood products. LEARNING to letter, to read blueprints, and to make scale drawings develop a language of lines rather than words. Roger Alexander, Paul Heck, James Burns, joe Hunter. COMPLEX operations of the NIachine'Sh0p's Shaper no longer puzzle John Berry and Darrell Chandley, i .M DIALING the oscilloscope, jim Trast shows Larry Newman how to check radio testing equipment. 60 s. Industrial Arts- Avoeational Courses Give Ideas or Careers Hobbzes NE OF the competent THS programs that prepare students for a future of satisfaction and profit is developed through the Industrial Arts Department. Instruction is offered to disclose talent for leisure activities as well as to direct interest in possible vocations. Many of the courses increase manual art skills and enable the students to continue in preparation for Trade School programs. Oth- ers, like Driver Education, stress immediate training for everyday needs. Among subjects to be elected are Auto Me- chanics, Radio, Electricity, Printing, and Ma- chine Shop. A three-year program in Mechan. ical Drawing is a basic preparation for engi- neering and architecture. Vlloodworking may reveal creative talentsg and through stagecraft, boys develop abilities in the construction and manipulation of scenery and lighting effects for dramatic productions and assembly sets. Mr. Nuzman ........ Department Chairman Mr. Colton, Mr. Walker. Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Bliss, Mr. Shoyer, Mr. Souders, Mr, E,-win THE NEWV Drrse 0Trainer guts Peggy Proctor a workout AIDED by Mr. Gilbert's helping hand, Larry Wtfoolridge operates the proof plus UNSCRAMBLING spare parts is both a challenge and a pleasure to Alito Mechanic enthusiasts, Dick Thornburg and John Summers xilswaisiiriigf 'iss TOWVER VIEW-Welder Leon Pelton and Mr. Haag display Mr. Weaver's yard lamp. Trade School- Skills Promise Better jobs XCELLENT equipment and well trained instruc- tors combine to offer unusually good vocational train- ing in the Topeka High Trade School. The appren- tices and high school students receive valuable me- chanical knowledge in such fields as radio and TV, machine shop, photography, electricity, auto mechan- ics, welding, and printing. After careful screening, students are enrolled in trade classes during their junior and senior years. The first three hours of each day are spent in regu- lar high school classesg the afternoon is spent in voca- tional training. Thus, both a high school diploma and a Trade School Clertilicate are earned. Instructors are experts in their specialized lines and the classes are oi' a laboratory type. Through this expert guidance, students enrolled in trade classes are given training which qualifies them for jobs in their respective fields immediately after high schoolQ RUDIMENTS of electricity have been learned by Leon Hernandez, judging by the way Mr. Coy's smile "lights up." 62 TUNING IN is serious business to Royce Parnlan as he demonstrates a trouble spot to Mr. Palmer. h"'!'1-. PRINCIPLES of auto mechanics as applied to stock and custom iobs are learned by Glenn Grubb and john Ortiz, under Mr. Young's eagle eye. GETTING set for a run on "Little Giant." Vocational printers David Foster, Dennis Harry, Eslie Spangler. OBEYANCE of safety rules is insisted on by both Mr. Crawford and Howard Willsey. uurocnp, C5 1..r.l- X vnlc it JUST how well Mr. Blevans' portrait will re- produce will depend on the camera setting made by Charles Duran and James Johnson. 63 AN AILING Trojan waits patiently while nurse proctor Bobbie Kay Block calls her mother to come and take her home. Other duties include checking TB records, aiding Nurse Boon in vis- ual-audio testing, dispensing Kleenex and cough drops, and giving general sympathy to classmates. Hours 0 Student Help Necessapf for Easier Olbemzfion NVOLVED in much of the background detail around THS are about two hundred and fifty unsung workers who help make the wheels of Troy's administration 'and curriculum run with speed and smoothness. Teachers and ofhce personnel put trust in depend- able proctors to Carry part of their heavy loads of clerical work, filing records, grading papers, and other assorted duties. VVhile each proctor forfeits his study hall period, he does it know- ing that his responsibilities become assets. Thus, proctorships are at a premium and planned for long in advance of enrollment time. NEAT AND TIDY, Nan WVilkes wipes tables during busy lunch hours. UNDER the critical eyes of Charles Knox and Lyle Avers, Wade Douglas loads a fil1n strip in a projector, a job of the visual ed proctors. HER "BOSS,', Mr. Hayes, checks the files on incoming films for Nancy Hofwolt TARING phone messages and typing student records are chief duties of office proctors Janet Hayes and Mary jean Mcllinger. THE GREY BOX and attendance proctor Carol Stover set forth. 65 STAFF Cafeteria Director ...,..... Miss Youngquist Cafeteria Secretary ................ Mrs. Ash Dining Hall Supervisor .......... Mr. Erwin Lunch Line Supervisor .......... Mr. Dilley Head Custodian ....... Mr. Harold Schwindt Building Engineer ..... Mr. Wendell Wright CHILI Today! Mr. Erwin's firm hand and good nature keep lunch room decorum up to par. "HOME on the Rangef'-View of the kitch- ens from Miss Youngquisfs balcony office. 66 THAT "a woman's work is never done" is smilingly proved by Mrs. Ash and Miss Youngquist as they tally costs. A THE BEST dessert in Trojan opinions is strawberry Shortcake, prepared by Mrs. Bedeil and Mrs. Drennon. Behind the Scenes- Competence Makes Things Hum Tzck, or uzezf own ASSEMBLY LINE cooperation is needed by the staffs of behind-the-scenes workers at THS because they face a great responsibility in the operational details that benefit the 2400 students and faculty members and their friends. The l8-member cafeteria staff, under Miss Youngquist's supervision, serve nearly 200 meals a year to famished Trojans and their equally ,food-conscious teachers. Their kitchens are models of immaculate housekeeping and their menus are varied and reasonably priced. 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Tenseness mounted a little each day while candidates and voters, alike, lelt the pressure ol' campaigning. Placarcls filled the halls: the air was charged with earnest and loyal recom- mendations: and hands, parades, and clever gimmicks were colorful extras. By the end of the week, smiles became strained and cheerful greetings a trifle worn out. lt was the end ol the "waiting period"-Friday's voting was at liandYThe die was cast. .Xctivities were climaxed with announcements at the Election Dance. Although disappoint- ments as well as successes naturally occurred. there was a noticeably fine spirit shown in the acceptance of the outcome. Then a midnight show at the Grand Theater was the closing gesture of a strenuous week for all Troy. 70 A DAY of reckoning-Election Day. Sharyl Rabe checks sophomore files as Kathy Shelton signs the register. Annis Wilde waits in turn. Solemnizy Follows Election Commissioner ..... Pete Barham Election Clerk ............. Polly Palmer Sponsors ........ A ..... . . .Mr. Griffith Mr. Coder WILL THEY WIN? The waiting game begins to tell on Margaret Bachman and Ron Bliss. THEY'RE IN!! Tenseness gives way to joy and relief. JAMMED HALLS indicate a record registration as classes strive to boost the "temperature" in the ther- mometers in hopes of collecting a monetary prize. joyce Jackson signs while jeanenc Henson and JoAnn Roach file the cards. Keen M znds Appbf Defnoemtie Idealisrn to Government T 7:45 ON MONDAY mornings, Room 200 resounded to three sharp taps of the gavel-the buzz of conversation subsided and every- one hurried to their seats-another meeting of the THS Student Council was underway. An efficient, hard-working group repre- sented classes and school, and the early hour was alive and hum- ming with projects designed for the school as a whole-projects such as the Ofhcers' Training Course, the All-School Party, the Christ- mas Post Office, and routine matters. The biggest issue of the year was the investigation ol schools hold- ing spring elections. the concern over both the needs and advantages of TI-IS following suit, and the final decision which will place the school on a new and simplified basis for handling governmental procedures in the future. Sponsors .... .... N Ir. johnson, Mrs. McCormick EASY docs it-Mr. Johnson. A - V 1' Dick Bickerstaff Carl Johnson Pete Barham I"re.tidenf Siudent Congress l're.vidz'r1f Student Cozmfil lilvrlimz COH7IlIiSSl0lIl'V Nancy Reeder Terry Smith Polly Palmer .S'er1'en1ry Point SYSZLCHII .S'j1ealcer Rz'jJre.senfnfi1fe Council Elerfion Clerk EVERY Monday morning sees the Council hard at work. Around the room are Belinda Brown, Greg Wvingate, Pete Barham, Mike Gentry, Dick Bickerstaff, Nan YVilkes, Van Moe, Bob Swan, jim Gibson, Polly Palmer, Carl Johnson, Nancy Reeder, Liz Fink, Kathy Covert, Jon Ekdahl, Kirby Deeter, Sally Francis, Sherril Murrow, and John Walquist. Others are Tod Hawks, Terry Modlin, Terry Smith, jim Parks, Andrea Gresser, John Atkinson, Bob Wright, Wendy Fisher, and Nancy Egy. The administrators are frequent guests. 73 Representative Council- OFFICERS Speaker of thc House ..,., Terry Smith Vice-Speaker ........ Dave Thompson Secretary .,,.,,........., Kathy Covert Parliamentarian ,..... Henry Hiebert Attendance Clerk ..... Kathy Crothers Sergeant-at-Arms ...... Tom Hamilton Sponsors ...... .,... ll Ir. Heitzman Mr. Kistler COUNTING the secret ballot on spring elections, Terry Smith, Kathy Covert, and Tom Hamilton diligently carry out one of the many duties of the officers. Lower House Insuros just Government by 'Vox Polo, FAIR AND JUST representation." just as the people of the United States of America are insured this impor- tant right through two legislative bodiesg so are the students of Troy. The lower house of THS, affectionately called Rep Council, is made up of one delegate from each of the seventy-five homerooms. Elected in the fall by their respective homerooms, these important members of Troy's governing body met every Tuesday morning to discuss old problems and tackle new ones. Taking the issues back to homerooms, for consideration, Rep Council was able to listen to the real voice of student opinion. The Speaker of the House led Rep Council in manag- ing Homecoming and Queen of Courts procedures. Other projects included the inauguration of an Honor Code and the revision of election rules. The "Reps" found themselves doing everything from selling activity tickets to promoting Sunflower sales and AFS Tag Day. As large as this body was, the Reps united during the year to work together for the good of all. ALL HERE? Kathy Crothers checks attend- ance with Mr. Heitzmafn before a meeting. 74 qah SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES. Front Row: jean Smith, Linda Meinershagen, Patty Kern, Judy Hamil- ton, Pat Gragert, and Sue Padget. Row 2: Mary Newman, Melva Hayes, Linda Kerbs, Ruth Briscoe, and Becky Price. Top Row: Paul Rion, Dave Miller, Phil jones, jack Washburn, Bill Bird, John Pcele, Phil Brown, Mike Buchanan, Jim Britt. Bob Rowley, Dick XVhite, Dick Douglas, Bob Dolgoif. and Neil YVood. -IUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES lfrmzl Rmu: Rosemary Taylor. Carla Bowman, Sue Hershey. Penny Nichols. Gail Barton. Row 2: Linda McCall. Kathy Elliott, Kathy DeNVeese, Ann Papin, Liz Fink, Terry Maupin. Karen Scott, Trish Kennedy, Betty Bennett. Row 3: Ann Fetter, Carolyn House. worth, Nadia Ramzy, Bonnie Norton, Susan Burrow, and Kathy Crothers. Top Row: Marvin Kuehn, jack Miller. Bob Farnsworth, Stuart McCall, Skip Gladfelter, Eddie McConnell, Ralph Muxlow. All 27 were present. SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES Front Row: Donna Lovell, Martv Mcttner, Martha Guild, Sally Lauterbach, Sharxl Rabe. Row 2: Judy jones. Susan Yeager. Beth Beamer, Nancy Shriniplin, Roseanu Sams, Ginger Elliott, Vicki Whitaker. Top Roux' Jim Callahan. Richard Shutt, Chas. Kesinger, Dave Runyon, Gary Brown. john Grantham, QIHIIICS NIcHenrv. David Miller. John Corkhill, and David Evans. 75 SENIOR GIRLS' COUNCIL. Frmzl Row: Lorrie Powers, Patty ilyn Drummond Kay Adams and Jean Eberhart Top Row Cain, Diana Bortz, Sherry Woerncr, Susan Kay, Joyce jackson, Pam Bowen Carol Bratton oyce Urquhart Betsy Greer Marita Leonard, and Margaret Ives. Row 2: Martha Blaisdell. Karen Kuykendall Linda Overstreet Alta jones Karen Aker I S l ' N tt' han, Linda Kane, Mar- Strom, 'md Norma Purus In ICICIIUOII theic ue '71 alternates Letty Staebler, bta Zick, yvia 0 ing rx Senior Councils- Electea' Groups Extend Hana' qfFrzena'shzj9, ourtesy RQIAN hospitality and friendliness has been personified for a number of years by two councils, each representing their respective senior homerooms. At .Sophomore Induction, at Parents' Night, and at,Open House they were initiated into the official host duties that were to be theirs for their final year at Troy. Soon alter the opening of school, the girls entertained at a coke party and made special efforts to intro- duce the sophomore girls into school activities and to help them find their proper niche in school life "in the Shadow of the Tower." The councils combined their efforts in handling two of the seniors' most important and prophetic events, the measuring for caps and gowns and the sale of graduation announcements. Thus, in their special roles as Troy-Janes and Troy-Joes, members and their alternates became close-knit groups: and "students accept responsibilities in proportion to responsibili- as the year closes they appear to bear out the theory that ties resting on their shoulders." 76 OFFICERS Senior Girls' Council Seasonal Chairman ........... Susan Kay, Diana Bortz, Patty Cain, Sherry Woerner SENIOR BOYS, COUNCIL. Sitting: Richard Benson, Lee Gladfel- ter, Kenny Stone, lVendell Smith, Ellis Parker, Curt Miller, john Platt, Fred Slaughter, Ronnie Pophatn, and Tom Hamilton. Smud- ing: David Hill, Torn Bornholdt, Stexe Peterson. .lon Ekdahl, Hutch Milburn, George Metzenthin, Daxid Stevens, john lValqttist, Pete Barham, Paul Rion, Mike McCabe, Mr. Kenneth Meyers. Missing: Kirby Deeter. Skip Cook, Bob XVorthing'lon, and Ed Silver. Smith, Ellis Parker, Curt Miller, John Platt, Fred Slaughter, Ronnie Popham, and Torn Hamilton. Slmzding: David Hill, Tom Born- holdt, Steve Peterson, jon Ekdahl, Hutch Milburn, George Metzen- thin, David Stevens, John Hlalqtiist, Pete I?-arhain, Paul Rion, Mike McCabe, Mr. Kenneth Meyers. Missing: Kirby Deeter, Skip Cook. Bob Mforthington, and Ed Silver. Sponsor . . . .... Miss A. Pringle Senior Boys' Council Sponsor . . . . , . .... Mr. Meyers PANHELLENIC tickets are checked in by Diana Harrison, Norma Purvis, Margie Ives, Louise WVeber, jean Eberhart JOINT session of the Councils in the Teachers' Cafeteria. 77 Tours- Trojans Satzlsjjf T earnings To See, To Learn, To Travel AR AYVAY places and interesting experiences seemed to come Close to many Tl-IS students through travels on both personal and sponsored trips.- Bob Dolgoflis Competition in Extemporaneous Speech at Miami: Kathy Clilfton's and Louise Frenfh's tour as Y-Teen delegates to New York: -lack Millerls representation of 4-H Clubs in New Orleans and Chicagog and Polly Palmer's week at the Student Council Training Camp in Colorado brought active Trojans in touch with national youth groups, Many juniors and seniors traded a week in the class room for a crowded seven days in the East on the Kansas Council on Mforld Affairs Tour last spring. Added to these the weekend and vacation travels of many students, Troians appear to be learning First hand about the Wicle, V7ide X'Vorld, and the Glories of America. SMILING Polly Palmer, rcvzfer, attended the national Student Council Training Course at Camp Cheley. TROVS Fourth Annual kansas Council of WVorld Affairs Tour. 'PB' i 'Qwt ww- 'WNW wmv' 78 BOYS STATERS. Records of a hot campaign bring smiles to Dick Bickerstaff and Bob Dolgoff. Look- ing over their shoulders are john Hopkins, Elsbery Broadnax, Carl johnson, all "remember when." GirIs', Boys' State- Tomorrowfv Cztzfens Gatherjar P0lz'tz'cal Exlberiences UTURE Politicos Gather To Express Oratorical and r Leadership Talentsn read last summers headlines as Kansas Girls' State convened at Lawrence, and Kansas boys gath- ered at their June pow-wow in Wichita. Delegates were high school juniors, scholastically quali- fied, who had deep interest in the workings of government both in front of and behind the scenes. Activities of city, state, and national government were planned to scale, and both elected ofiicers and their political constituents Hkept the wheels turning." Party membership, Caucuses, cam- paigns, elections, and performance of duty made up the fast-paced sessions of both groups. Participants andhsponsors both verified the contention that the annual event was worthwhile. Friendships garnered over the busy days remained as valued ones, and young Kansans returned to their respective schools last fall to enter into student government with unlimited spirit. Sponsors .. ..... Miss Pringle, Mr. Bodenhausen GIRLS STATERS. Treasurer Melva Hayes and Mary Newman laugh over the weekis events in their own "State Newspaper." 79 COUNCIL members interview an earliest applicant, Margot WVells. GOOD-natured Mr. Gril'l'ith socializes with Jon Ekdahl and Uta Zick at an evening affair. American Field Service- Inter-Countyf Vz'sz'tatz'0ns Ifz'mz'le Hopejir World Peace A PERFECT FIT. Members sort used clothing. "rf HROUGH comprehension comes the coin- forting hope of a happy day when all "ye peo- ples of the earth walk together, talk together." As an active participant in the AFS program, Troy has learned much from past relationships with exchange studentsg and this year's guests, Uta Zick from Germany and Yanti Soebiakto from Java, have broadened Trojans' understand- ing of both the Europeans and Indonesians. For the first time, representatives were sent to schools in other countries. Bob Dolgolf returned from France in January, bringing home certifi- cates of scholastic recognition. Nancy Dittemore sailed for New Zealand in February, and when she returns next fall she will add hrst-hand news of the youth "down under." In the third phase of the program, Jon Ek- dahl's summer in Europe gleaned for him and the school many fine aspects of an intelligent and workable plan for a One lfVorld Tomorrow. 80 OFFICERS President .............. George Hopkins Vice-Pres. , . . . . . . . .Dave Thompson Secretary . . . .... jean Eberhart Treasurer .. .,.. Martha Peach Pro. Chm. . ,.... Betsy Greer Sponsor . . . ..... Mr. Griffith THE WORLD is here and there. Bob Dolgoff, Nancy Dittemore show Mr. Weaver their "homes" away from Troy. FINALE. Marilyn Collins, Belinda Brown, Mary Ann Redmond, Sherril Murrow, Peggy Schwartz, Vicki Whitaker, Lois Straily. 'Your Show'- Warm Welcome Greets Return qfP0,bular Talent Show BATON twirler Linda Cole. NTRODUCING NEYV FACES as well as the more familiar ones, and developing new stars for productions of the future, Your Show was presented to the entire student body in an Oc' tober assembly. Having been absent from the Trojan stage for two years because of scheduling difficulties, it received enthusi- astic support on both sides of the footlights. Your Show was originated during the l95l-52 school year in an effort to uncover some of the hidden talent of the more than two thousand students. Mrs. Esther Kingman as sponsor, and three representatives from each class managed the programg and from the moment the curtain rose everyone felt that a new Trojan tradition had been born. For five years its popularity grew steadily and its permanence is now assured. This year's production featured acts ranging from interna- tional culture to good old American Rock 'n Roll with more than fifty students participating. CAST Master of Ceremonies ........,. jim Parks Dave Axton, Harry Copp, Darryl Crumpton, Judd Lake, Doug Lesterg Linda Cole, Mary Sumeyg Colleen Breenan, Sally Lauterbachg David Woods, Darstella Brown, Carol Hutton, Marietta Stinson, Johnny Fisher, Sandra Woods, Yanti Soebiaktog Uta Zickg Claudia Baldwin, Martha Blaisdell, Ruth Briscoe, Q George Hopkins, Deanna Kirk, Polly Palmer, Roberta Smith, 1 Letty Staeblerg Alice Eberhart, Bonnie Yviifdj Marva Lister, Tom Rose, Belinda Brown, Marilyn Collins, Lois Straily, Sherrill Murrow, Mary Redman, Peggy Swartz, Vicki Loebsack 82 '23, t CHARMING, oriental, symbolic- Yanti with the flickering candles. 'STAFF Directors ,...... jan Shapiro, David Marshall Assistants ..... Kathy Delveese, Preston Hoyt Sponsor .............. Mrs. Esther Kingman l l , PLAYING the angels instruments are harp- ists Alice Eberhart and Bonnie Ward. JEALOUSY has bright moments i11 song. Polly Palmer, Roberta Smith George Hopkins, Ruth Briscoe, Deanna Kirk. Martha Blaisdell. 83 Assemblies- WALTZERS at the Court of Trojania POSTURE IS important! Linda Meinershagen models a "dream" in the Simplicity style show. Variezgf Balances Scalesjin' EU67Q?07Z6JS Satisfaction I S THERE an assembly today?" is the typical Friday morning question prior to the bulletin read- ing. The tone of the whole day is set when the answer is "Yes." Trojan assemblies stressed a va- riety in both imported and student talent, and they were frequently the means of developing and direct- ing interest toward sports, debate, elections, and civic enlightenment. Traditional assemblies introduced queen candi- dates, AFS fund raising, fashion shows, and point awards, all being as much a part of the school year as classes and homework. Perhaps the most popular with the greatest num- ber were the student music concerts. Moods were set by rollicking' tunes, plaintive songs, and full- bodied orchestrations. Fun, foolishness, inspiration, and education all made the year's assemblies mem- orable to both participants and audience. WHISTLING while they work, Carole Scott and Sherril Murrow, chirrup along with Mr. Fred Lowery, a blind musician. 84 KINGSTON TRIO-Trojan style. Mr. Dilley THE DODGERS win! With the popular "Baseball Cantata," the choir makes its appearance along with the World Series. J2Sf?eE8 4-4,9 w1.J ET?'u2' sings the lead in "Molly Dee", backed up by his pals, Mr. McCarthy and Mr. Madl. IVORY ticklers, Kenny Jessup and Fred Slaughter nearly bring down the house. Sunflower Staff- "O, WHAT a. Wonderful Day" when "pages in" can be marked off the schedule by Wendy Fisher while Linda Wheeler and Kathy Covert simply beam. TRAFFIC stoppers, Dee Dee Watts, Sue Padget, and Sylvia Nottingham set up the big display window. Schoolfs Traclitional Recordings Demand Total Ejjirt ORKING ceaselessly to meet four eighty-page deadlines, the 1960 yearbook staff aimed at perfec- tion within a tight schedule. Responsibilities were tackled with energy toward the goal of a competent production, "the best coverage possible." Editor Covert devoted much of her time to co- ordinating efforts. Stimulated by last year's All American citation, she put forth extra energy to raise standards even higher. The promotional cam. paign exceeded expectations, and many senior homeroom advisers will receive autographed copies of The SUNFLOYVER because of high sales records. Time, energy, talent, and devotion to school tra- ditions were refiected by staff members determined to record with both accuracy and sentiment the treasured memories of the seniors' "Wonderful Year", a year that opened a new decade-1960. EVERYONE gets into the act when prints are ready. Sally Francis, Karen Kuykendall, Liz Fink, Richard Freienmuth, Pete Daniels, Linda Kerbs, Ken Haefner. 86 3 f EDITORIAL STAFF Editor .,.,, . Assistant .. Associate Layout . Copy . , Activities, index , . . Pictures Album Linda W'heeler, Wendy Art . , , Kathy Coven . .Linda Wheeler . . VVendy Fisher , . . , ,,..,. . . Sue Padgcl . , . Liz Fink, Karen Kuykcnda-ill Ann Papin, Sue Davis, Mary Stzirhurk Linda Kurbsi Sally Francis Fisher, Kathy Kington, Sherrie Feaker . . . Dec Dec VVatts Literary Sports BUSINESS STAFF Advertising Art Turner Assistant . jzmt-l Sewers Sales, Circulation Sylvia Nottingham .Ann Fctter .Bill Mills PHOTOGRAPHERS Pele Daniels, Kenny Hacfnur Richard Freicnmuth Adviser , . Mrs. Greer E V E RLASTING checking of names occupies much time for Sue Davis, Ann Papin, Kathy King- ton, Sherrie Feaker, and Mary Starbuck. '-ix.,-.. S. f "HOW'S it coming?" Bill Mills, Art Turner, and janet Sowers meet 6th hour daily so that they are free to pick up ads and get sports results. FOURTH HOUR STAFF lfrmzl Rmv: Ann Pzlpin, Linda Wlicelcr, Kathy Co- vert, XVcn'dy Fisher, Liz Fink. Roni 2: Sully l"i':lm'is, Linda Kerbs, Sue Davis, Karen Knykcmlall, Sherrie Fczikcr, :ind Kzltliy liington. T011 lfozuf Sylvia Notting' ham, Kenny Hzicfner, Dec Dec Hkltts, Dick lfrcicn- muth, Sue Padgct, and Mary Starbuck. 87 STAFF meeting, everyone!-Monday, 1:30 p.m. KEY STAFFERS jean Ebcrhart, jean Peterson, and Peggy Kcucher back up their boss, Editor Moe. 88 "CAN WVE have two pages next week?" is thc perennial plea of thc sports staff, Doug Slawson, Roy Millcr, Karen Zakar. World Staff- Ham' Work and Tuned-in Mz'nds Wrz'te Success S5002 STAFF lfclitor-in-Chit-I' Yan Mm' Assoviatt' liditnrs l':tge l , 'lt-an l'ctcrson, Connie llilyard Page 2 Peggy Kr-urlat-r, Nancy l7rs'nt'h Page 3,6 News Editor -Izlllvt Frey, .Knn Lawler, Dt-anna lrlzmey Karen Zzikzir l7t'aturcs Jenn Elmt-rhart Literary Ann l-'eller Exchanges Sharon Hedges Sports Editor Roy Miller Assistants Dong Slawsnn, Karen Zakar Advertising Druid Nlarshall, Lois Thurber Circulation. . . -Ioan Oliver, Linda Wierman Editorial Adviser . . , Nlrs. Greer Printing Adviser Nlr. Gilbert HROUGH wide coverage of school and related activities, Troy's newspaper staff published weekly issues filled with timely news and features. As reporters with "noses for news" searched to answer the basic questions of who, what, where, when, why, and how, stories and pictures were cut or cropped, ads were sold and drawn up, and editorials were written- all done as neophyte journalists reached for another "YV", the "YfVow" of real news. ln addition to the editorial and business helds, boys in vocational printing did composition and page makeup, thus giving opportunities for students to explore many areas of the publishing field before planning careers or finding part-time jobs. Although staffers sometimes suffered momentary embarrass- ment at overlooked errors or a fellow-student's complaint that "I didnyt get MY paper today," even those were thrilling moments, proving that The YVORLD was important to its readers, a success story at best. WVRITING headlines is more of a strain than it here appears to Nancy French, Ann Lawler, Connie Hilyard. L' HKNOCKING out" a feature story has been known to nearly "knock out" its writers, Sharon Hedges, Ann Fetter, and Janet Frey. THE "Busy Bee Business Rudgett-3rs" get a weekly workout. Linda Wierman, David Marshall, Lois Thurber, Joan Oliver. 89 F zrst To Come, Last To Lecweg Stamina Wins Approval WORKING wth no thought of award except the per- sonal pleasure of "being in. on the ground floor" at school-sponsored events, cadets took on one of the most responsible jobs at THS, that of being official "greeters." V7herever Trojan supporters gathered, their businesslike but friendly attitude set the pace for the entertainment to follow. Dependability and willingness to work were the only requirements exacted from the able crews who appeared first on the scenes at Moore Bowl, at the Mfestern Avenue Entrance. or in the foyer at Hoehner Auditorium. Dressed in semi-formal attire at the plays, in Pep Club uniforms at the basketball games, or bundled from head to toe at the football field, they punched activity cards and manned the doors. Claustrophobia had no terrors for others as they sat on high stools in tiny cubicles and handled both tickets and cash box with accuracy. "Serv- ice with a smile"-that was the watchword of loyal Trojan Cadets. EARLY arrivals to Laura, Bill Bird and Sandy Fisher are "checked in" by Elaine O'Gara and Dayle Smith. TICKET-TAKERS. l Judy Brown and Bon- nie Ward "hold up Richard Freienmuth. PREVIEW of game assignments lS discussed by cadets Bev Wilkerson, Joyce jackson Janice Bmney and Penny Comfort fhnrkb with assistants Don Anderson, Gerald Lindstrom Roy Southard flmrkl mary McC1rr, and Joyce Jackson KIIHFIIQ f SPONSORS Play Cadets .............. Miss Hutchison Basketball Cadets ...... Mr. Bayless Mr Elllthorpe Football Cadets .... ..... M r Dilley, Mr VValker PLAY CADETS. Front Roux' Jeanine Frazier, Marv Sawyer, Linda lVedoff, Carol XVe- cloff, and Betty Burnside. Row 2: Sonia Bowser, Elizabeth Spain. Elaine O'Gara, Glenda Pelton, Sharon Hedges, Jean Loughmiller. Top Row: Beverly Hlilkerson, Joyce jackson, Sandy Fisher, Bonnie Ward, Judy Brown and Weston Warren. The club has no officers. Library Club- ook Interest Is Personal, School-wide World wzde S THE LIBRARY is a local point of school life, so the Library Club works as a student group to promote its growth. A new club to THS, it has matured and expanded in its related activities because the meni- bers' interests are centered around books and their use and memiing in both school and adult life. The state convention last spring was an enjoyable and educational experience where career librarians and student assistants had opportuni- ties to share interests. Projects for the year included a "Used Book" Fair in April from which proceeds were used to buy books and writing materials for a deserving school in Hong Kong. Social highlight was the "breakfast-banquet" where administrators and sponsors honored the library proctors and presented awards. Young, yet busy, the club serves a two-fold purpose: it proves to its members that books are an important part of daily life, and it aids the student body in awareness that "Books are Wfindowsf' OFFICERS President ., , .,......,........... Connie Bussell Vice-Pres. ..... Sharrell Bennett Secretary . . . ........ Mary Sumcv Treasurer .. ..... Betty Carroll Sponsor .. ...Miss Miller MEMBERS, Marita Leonard and Janice Seagraves, jrrml, set up plans for an evening meeting with their mothers as guests. Dllflg tht Hills n-you I 92 yuan-mann l I l USHERS AND USHERETTIZS. Front Row: Linda Xl'ard. -Indy Cook. Becky Price, Carla Bowman, jean Eber- hart,'Polly Palmer, Gayla Hastings, Kathy Crothers, Kathy Covert, and Kathy Antler- son. Razr' 2: Melissa Barger, Pam Rowen. Dee Dec XVatts, Royce Reed, Sally Smith. jean Henderson, Nancy Reeder, .Indy Hamilton, Sally Francis, Marilyn Gran- tham, Melva Hayes, and Linda McCall. Ron' 3: Roherla Smith, Linda XVoodward. Ann Carlinghouse, Vlendy Fisher. Patty, Kern, Marsha Bennett, Linda Meinersha- gen, and Marcia Oroke. Top Row: David Marshall, Bill McBride, jim Trast, David Stevens, .Ion Fkdahl, Allan Eherhart, Steve Laulerhach. and George Knowles. l Usher Club- Smooth Trajjic Adds to Thrills qFFz'rs1f zghts 66 ERVICE YVITH A SMILE" could be the motto ol this active novotlicer, no-meeting service Club, Its depend- able memhers, dressed in light formals and dark suits, lend Color, efliiciency, and hospitality to crowds ol students, par- ents, and friends Coming to the plays and operetta. Arriving at least an hour before curtain time to fold programs, ushers make sure that everyone is seated and the first act under way beforeefleaving their posts to enjoy the show themselves. YOUR STUBS, please. Kathy Crothers, Stew Lauterbach, David Stevens, Linda WVOodward. PREVIEW of I.aum. Carla Bowman, Melva Hayes, Melissa Barger, Rohera Smith, Patty Kern. 93 -sw' ., fig? 5215? 'WM ,Biff Q . . 'fx Q., ,Y v hw- igh z . .N-f""" ,,f""' ...f-ff" ,,,..a-- .v ' M.: 1 3 i "VVHAT'S YOUR NAME, sonny?" Lt. Ann Girard is coy with Ensign Pnlver. Sitting: Insigna, Stefanowski, Rebtr Standing: Mannion, Chief Johnson, Christenson, Wviley, Dolan, Gerhart, Schlemmer, Lindstrom, Payne, Shore Patrol. E ' I.-V I rr ,-'k i K 1 V--A K P f 'M , . , in mf..- t Q J Views' CAST if-" L. ' R b , , K Ni X ,.-"""' Themgiiptgixfrts 3 'lu pL..f- S ,af-v' Ensign Pulver , ' 'K X N -"""' Doc N 'X "' ,, Dolan Xu' e Ll. Ann Girard . K f-f,'f,.'.-.'- glgiiggnhnsun A 'Q' Insigna S S f Mannion J f Lindstrom ff' Stefanowski ' Wiley 5 Schlemmer I Reber Gcrhart Payne lj Christenson 94 Shore Patrollnzm Military l'olin't'n1an Shore Patrol Officer Director ..,. . Assistant Director . . Properties, .. .,.. Costumes. . . . . . Stage Managers. , Business Managers . . Publicity .,... . . . Faculty Director. Assistant , . STAFF Bill McBride Dnve Mcliee Stuart McCall . .Mike Wilson Buu Colton . Betsy Greer . Pete Barham Craig Stancliffe , Judd Lake . Jay Boylan . Dave Glenrlcning . . . Neil YVond . Dale W'rcniek . . . Tom Judy Bill Mills . .Preston Hoyt . ,Ned Rafter Richard Anderson . hiike Brown Allan Hallett . ,Jack NN'ashhurn . .George Hopkins .Louise French . . . . . . .Vicki Loebsack . , , .NancyDunn Charles Mullin, Kurt Cummins . . . ,Jun Ekdahl, Jack Miller .Ann Garlingl-muse, Susan Ebel . . . , . . , .Miss Herrick . . . . .Miss Wheeler "THE WVHOLE LAUNDRY is soapsuds!" Pulver looks like u frosted cake as he reports to Mr. Roberts and Doc after the firm-cracker incident. 'Mr. Roberts'- Ws Take Over in Riotous Saga QF LW on the Sea ROM THE MOMENT the curtain opened until it closed on Air. Roberts, Haggen and Logan's successful navy comedy, the audience was caught up in the variety of emotions. Attention was usually centered on Nlr. Roberts, cargo commander for a toilet paper and toothpaste transport ship during VVorld X'Var Il. Loved bythe sailors because ol' his never-ending loyalty to them, hated by the captain because of his attempts to be transferred into battle, Mr. Roberts, as a man, was an un liorgettable character. The October l7th performance drew a record crowd, due in part to the unusual distribution ol character parts. In the cast was one lovely female sailor nurse to balance a whole shipload of assorted male personnel. The production proyed a major accomplishment lor both cast and stalls. Costuming and atmosphere were authentic, lirom bunk beds and hand- rails to dog tags and a goat that nearly stole the show in dress rehearsals as she became ex'erybody's pet. DIRECTOR Hopkins checks cues at dress rehearsal. "WHO TOLD THESE MEN to go without their shirts?" shouts The Captain. "I gave the order", says Mr. Roberts. Kneeling: Reber, Gerhart, Lindstrom. Standing: Insigna, Stefanowski, Mannion, Schlemmer, WViley, Chief Johnson, Dolan. , . - ,:,. 4. ' ,gps-s-n,, 95 LAURA shows Mark why so many men "go nuts" over her. 'Laurel'- Beauiyful Woman Challenge MISSING SHOTGUN, a cynical old man, a determined investigator, and a beautiful woman were all interwoven into the dramatic play, Laura, sponsored by the Senior Class December 5. The audience was caught up in a web of uncertainty until the final episode disclosed the identity of both the killer and the victim. Laura-charming, headstrong, anibitious-notlr ing stood in her way. Waldofstrong, sarcastic, outwardly vicious-even he loved Laura, his own creation. Detective McPherson, who called her Ha dame", found himself falling more madly in love with Laura every minute. A tightly wound plot, the need for the real dra- matic acting, and overtones of psychotic disturb- ances made Troy's production of Laura a chal- lenge to high school students' talents in acting, directing, and coaching. "BUT YOU'RE supposed to be dead"! Bessie suffers initial shock at Laura's unexpected appearance. With them are Mark and Danny. fb 'Tate in Spell-bz'ndz'ng Drama CAST Mark McPherson .... ,.,.. ..... . Danny Dorgan ..,,. ......... Waldo Lydeckcr. . Shelby Carpenter. . . Bessie Clary ,.... Mrs. Dorgan. . . Laura .......,. . . . , . Olsen 4,... . . STAFF Director ....,.. . ......... . . . Assistant Director. . .,..... , . Properties. . . . Costumes. . . . Publicity .,..,.,, Business Managers . Stage Managers, . Sound Effects .,.,. Faculty Director ..., Assistant ......... ., ..,juddLake .TumGrimG ..,,.MikeWilson ..,..John Walquis! ..,....janShapi.m .. ...Non-naPurvis .. .SherrilMurmw ,...,MikeBrown .. Nanc-yDunn . . . Bonnie Norton ,. ,.Alice Eberhan , ..... Francy Langsdorf . , . , . .,.... Roberta mith . , .Jon Ekdahl, ack Miller Charles Mullin, im Corrick ...KurtCummins . . .. ..Missl-lerrick . . .Miss Wheeler DIRECTOR Dunn admires Miss Herriclds talents in portraiture. WITH HIS usual sarcasm, Waldo taunts Laura about her blind infatuations. "DON'T come up here any more!" Danny's mother demands that he leave Laura's apartment. Shelby, Waldo and Mark look on. 97 'Oklahoma!'- Musz'e, Love Sweep in Like Clean Wz'nds Across Plains ' 'FQ-5, ,,,,.Ll MASTERPIECIE of 1nusic and drama came to the Trojan Stage February 5 and 6, when the THS music department presented Rogers' and Hammer- stein's famous and well-loved operetta, "Oklahoma!" The setting was the Oklahoma territory blazing forth in all the glory of the pre-statehood days. Period costuming and effective stage sets gave added color to the well known musical numbers. "People lVill Say XVe're In Love," sung by sweet Laurey and handsome Curly, introduced the audi- ence to the adoring pair. Their joy was clouded only by Jud, ll farmhand who forced his attentions on Laurey. .X companion love story appeared when viyacious Ado .Xnnie had to make the choice between Ali Hakim, who claimed to be a Persian peddler, and her wholesome cowboy admirer, lVill Parker. The story followed the lovers through troubles and hilarious situations with favorites, "Oh, lVhat a Beautiful Morning," 'lSurrey lVith the Fringe on Top," "Poor Jud," and the climax. "Oklahoma!" lVith happy endings for both couples in the final scenes, the story hnished. as it had begun, in per- fect form. The applause from the two enthusiastic sell-out audiences was enough to conhrm its success. UHUSH, you birds, my baby's a-sleepin' . . ." and Laurey's head rests on Cur1y's shoulder. EYE SHADOWV, lip paint, facial tissues-Director Fly checks the make-up before the matinee. julie Green, Miss Herrick, Mrs. Fncht, Mike XVilson. in-... y In-......, t C , A W T""'f'+wu.,c ,..,. 61' 5 .I 455 ll Big x,oQ1Q .' 0, 3- .W 'A o.'? ' Q A ,'Q',y s 0 ' 0 xg.: J 1: Y iw, ."w'f NW THE PEDDLER tells Aunt Eller that he has "some purties fer to show." Ado Annie is simply fascinated. is is ,M "I BOUGHT it in Kansas City"-Will shows the boys a tricky new invention. ALONE in his lonely room, jud laments his lot in life. K ,. 'iv 'Q' Y xr., wha. xi W l if 'll I "MANY a new day will dawn, . . . Many a red sun will setf' sings sweet Laurey with her friends. Dressed in the simple ginghams of the day, they are a charming group. ns nt lf! SQ il .lk RX jx ix Ax CAST Aunt Eller . Curly lWcLain , , . Laurey YVilliams. . , Ike Skidmore, . . . Fred, . . . . . . , Slim ..,, . . Will Parker ,... . . JudFry..,.,. . Ado Annie Carnes . . . Ali Hakim. , , . .. Gertie Cummings . . Ellen,..,..,. . Kate . , ., Vicki Loebsack . Dave MCKCC , . .Nancy Roop ..,..-jim Parks .Frank Chaflin Larry Callahan , .Buzz Colton .Bill johnson .Marty Ladner .Stuart McCall . . . .Julie Green Bonnie Ward . , .Marilyn Drummond Sylvia , . .Dianne Harrison Arminap. .. Aggie., ., Faye .....,. . . . . . . Andrew Carnes. . . , . . , . . Cordlilam ...,... . .. ., ,. Participating Groups. , . , . . , . .Special-Chorus, .jane Schendel . , .Twila Jo Frickey , .Mary Sumey Tom Bornhulclt Niike Wilson Adagio Dancers, Chorus Dancers, Orchestra, Girls' Chorus, Boys' Chorus Director .............. .. .. ,. Orchestra . ..... . . .,....,Mr.Fly . Mr. Hallman "YOU'RE doing fine, Oklahoma!"-Laurey and Curly, Will Parker and Ado Annie. Ax MIT'S A SCANDAL, 1t's an outrage hows a gal gets a h band today," answers the chorus to All Halums comment Student Director Stage Manager Property Manager Costume Manager Make-up Manager Business Manager, Publicity Manager Technical Assistants Charles hlullm Lyle Phillips AdViSCl'S. .t V V- Mr Mclxee Mr Neaderluser, Mrs Focht Mr. Nelson Mrs Spencer, Miss Finley, Mr Gilbert UOUT OF my dre ms nd lll 0 his arms " Members of the lovely Dream Ballet are counterparts for Curly and Laurev 0 TWO FAIRY godnlothcrs bring Peter Pan and Tinker Bell to visit little Carol. "Let It Snow" . . "Peter Pan", . 'Silver Bells". . . . , . "The Sugar-Plumb Tree Pianist .,,.......,.. Student Directors. , Script .... , . . . "Mr.Santa".., The Birds' Christmas Carol CAST Narrator, . ..,,.. ..,. -I ane Schendel Mrs. Bird .... ..,,. E laine Fink Peoria ........ ...,, N ancy Dunn Mr. Bird. .,.. . , . John Wal uist Peter. . . .,... Kent Freeland Sarah Maude .... . , .Anne Madltleil Kitty ...,. , ..... Julie Green Carol. ,,.. , . . ..,..,. Kathy Elliott Susan .... ..,. L inda McCall Clement. , . ..., George Knowles larry. , , .... Stan W'elbom Comelius .... . . . Kirby Dceter Eily ..,, ..,. L inda Light 'Young At Heart". . , . , ..,, , . , . . . . . , .-Sleeping Beauty's Fairy Godmother Bamnz Wmd, Diana Hamson, Marilyn Drummond "Three Blind Mice" ,..,... , ..,.. .,., ...,.......,..,..,... T h e Three Blind Mice Shzllgv Paynz, Gqyh Haxlingr, Mug Myers A . , .,,.,.,,.. . . , . . , .... ..,..., S leeping Beauty The Three Little Kittens Bw Bailgl, Bonniz Kmlghl, Ju Johnnm Peter Pan and Tinker Bell Lois Smi .Little Bo Peep and Snow White ' ' 'jL1Q.'1i1iQ.2t+,iaQ.Q Bring ja' F549- ,, ul, Lois snub 'Af1,LFmQi"' U STAFF ... . , .George .....MotherGoose ., .. ....,. Lynne Lieurance Hopkins, Vicki Loebsaclt, Liz Fink Elainelrink . Rosemary Taylor Scenery,... ......,..,. ...., . Propenies. . . . . . .David Marshall, Ann Petter, Nadia Ramzy Publicity .... ....,, ...,. ,,,,... . . ....,, S u e Padget l CANDLEMAKERS-Belinda Brown and Dee Dee lVatts. SWEET or hot-so nice for dancing. All-School Party- A BALL court one night a ballroom by the next. Fun, Frolze Mark Trey? Annual 'Nzlght to Remember' IPANTASY, SPLENDOR, and beauty combined on the night ol' the 1959 All-School Party when the evenings enchantment began with the delight- lul Birds' Clzristnms Carol given in Hoehner Audi- torium. The spectators drifted with little Carol through her dreams of her fairy tale friends sing- ing their sweet songs. Wlieii the curtain lowered all eyes turned, as in the spotlights glare, the royal couples swept down the center aisle, and the crowning ceremony was both beautifully and lestively accomplished. Queen George in her pale tulle gown and King Mike in traditional black and white were charmingly regal. Trojans were received by the Royal Couple and attendants in the gayly decorated cafeteria and then danced to the fine band music of "The Counts" there and in the elaborately converted gymnasium. Sponsored by the Student Council, the annual allair was definitely the high point of social life as the THS holiday season ollicially arrived. THREE Kittens purred through their song. lOl fmik f cd ULJ oxyg :acl vvxlv PCDX gre o 1' CXXYDTXT AY - 'L " Wefml' -- gg A! ' ': --VV Q l l? tiliif 342 -M wi Mem-L wwwfl am ' s lm-M aa5mmmWa"t'MWewi m W i i Q ii 'liz gggggwgk Ii. ' 2 ,. i inlxx aye 3 ' E N 5 13 Ifigif .aa Et . J, gi- if Q . .gm-:Mfg ,5 , ,,, . ..,: , I We My Q Q, 2313 J 'ft s g V . ik gg s l ,M .. ,, .. .. , , 1 Y 3 R iw , It X ' - 'Eff U it . 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W W Nu- Y' ,ZQEiiiTSN'f:"21?fFfw.g W .H'j341Q'f A 2Y, g:l.'. - pe -, M' 11 1 ,X , f H'-:-':'a':E,'--:- . "" : S1:i4,i5NQWQ!ii fu et f :Fil 'M' WT? Y --S -f .,,. K Rf A M W, , . . A K7 -, f - f41',i'2:-5 Q. wmggwf fr: 111. "WVR YVILL now hear the report of the project chairman." ..,. . .Q M. W fre A v H ,, was S 1 sf .,, M5- Qiggiq-'1w.,w:.,,,,.,:w Q -M-My 5- :. :-af 1,-em! , ,-.,.:,, 3 5 N A -1 uk Kimi, 9 1 Ass: JS s , . 1 l ,W-fm,,- .,, r,... . .. M H., . , 1. My . - - " - f f"f-rx 1' - ' -fm, pg, f f X.. Q A s -. fel ' ' ., r S. if 4 Q U 1 f D + We played chess, We sang Christmas carols in French And Spanish and Latin, We entered projects in the science fair, W'e sent students to foreign countries, And brought others here, and suddenly We did many things, in many fields, '?5F'i:i,- ' ,. 3 ..,.. E , , . me A ,W - r And always, we made new frlends. W W f I -- W ' 22?-,', ,riff"',.,-K,--xilfe, 4142 M .lim.,..':'5'-::ug.f2---,5- W A ' ---- it 1 " A ft f 4- K V, k E X55 . , A f 121-. H' ' -nit' ' ? ,sr 2? 'WB' 'A f,u.sf,s,..:l-,.'f?G'.4f" , - ip. l gee 5 z H , A, ' - A ' . X ilk- 1'!'f- Lf W-,f,,-:j'a'Qf5?:i?:,, " 635' I .. ' 1 ' t -EIT' 'f efifwwmwm-mwsi01ex rMWwQmmsm w - , M,-mmm, . ,. ,ca , ,,,.,,WW.,.-L ..--, M 1 f z' 4 .,.. " N A .. . W " r Mi 5 ' .-Jaan, seam. 1, 1 ,gs sq 1 71.4 'NEATH a star-sprinkled sky, club members listen to Weatherman P. N. Eland explain the many angles of forecasting and training for careers in that field. ff MT -gzip lv! fm 1 " A Sf 'kg 5 at - 1-A' .2,, ala .,A, , Lt'MpiiiiMJ fw Y NKE H5235 A "FAIR" question? Rob- ert Armstrong puts u the first posters in January for April event. 'IO8 H""Z' AS FAIR projects get underway, Mary Foster and jeff Gillispie set up controls while Janelle Gilbert and jim Marshall begin microscope study on theirs. A443-I Science Club- M embers Keep F inger Tzlbs on Pulse QF Science Werld "A LITTLE more! There!" Wendell Smith directs Barbara Davis' place- ment of a front hall window display. N' - , , - . M ' A ,J , , f' l t. use 1 'rf ' ,, .K .' 7 sara-Lmnfiasiys' aiiffp' Mffiqill. y . keeps eyes .peeled on the rodent specimen he Muses' for illustration. ,, Q , ,fi f, . WTH THRIVING ambitions and piercing outlooks toward the future, members welcomed new information in various fields of science research. Demonstrations, lectures, and movies on subjects from bacteria to rotary motion made interesting meetings. Field trips appeared regularly on the calendar of activities, in- cluding ones to the State Board of Agriculture and the Cereal Lab- oratories. Bus loads of members visited K.U. and K-State on the Universities' special Science Days. Interest sparked last year inspired a tour through the Linda Hall Science Library and the Midwest Research Center in Kansas City. Highlight of the club's activities was the Topeka Science Fair, April 23-24, for which members prepared complicated projects which challenged both minds and imaginations. An event of city- wide interest, it stimulated keen competition and developed pene- trative explorations into science fields. OFFICERS President .. .............. Wendell Smith Vice-Pres. . . .... Barbara Davis Sec.-Treas. .... ....... P am Bowen Pro. Chm. .... Richard Landes Pub. Chm. .... Bob Armstrong Sponsor .... ..... lv Ir. Mills 109 Chess Club- 'Sh--People W0rkz'ngJ Creates Relaxed Atmosphere THREE games get under way, complete with a pair of interested kibitzers. 110 A CLUB meeting where it is so quiet that one can "hear a chessman click his heels," is typical of Troy's most unusual organization. Interest has climbed rapidly in the popular ancient game in which such medieval terms as gambits, kings, queens, knights, bishops, pawns, and rooks combine with "openings," "Blacks-Whites," "defense," "at- tacks," and "checkmatel" Competition was touched off during the winter by tournament play among Trojans who displayed mathematical turns of mind and found the chal lenge of planned strategy a fascination. OFFICERS President .................... Mike Downs Vice-Pres. ................. Ken Wilkc Sec.-Treas. , . . . ..... Joe Babicki Sgt. at Arms ,... ....... G ary Scott Sponsor .... .,... M iss Henderson COMPLETE concentration on the part of WVendell Smith and Harold Hladky is reflected by Miss Henderson. Math Club- Intolloots Get Workout Through NEW members Mike Alexander, Elaine Fink, and Tom Hamilton admire the charter before it is framed and hung in the math office. UWE WILL" is the reply as Mr. Burnette swears in new officers at the charter meet- ing. jean Eberhart, Neil IVood, Mike Mc- Cabe. Seated: jon Ekdahl, Vicki Loebsack. THE AUDIENCE works harder than the speaker when math prob- lems are on the program. At a morning meeting are Janet Frey, Gary Scott, John Walquist, Mike MC- Cabe, Mike Downs, Henry Hiebert, John Platt. Each is on his own. t X. Active Partz'ozLoa1fz'on H ROMOTION of scholarship in, and the enjoyment and understanding of mathe- matics among high school and junior col- lege students" is the purpose of Troy's newly chartered Mu Alpha Theta. Founded in l957, there are 4-15 clubs in 48 states in schools where mathematics is heavily stressed. Topeka High has long offered its minimum requirements in at'c'1'edited courses. Programs have centered around interest- ing mathematical aspects that are proving increasingly important in todays education- al trends to meet today's demands. OFFICERS President ..,............. Neil WVood Vice-Pres. .. ...., Jean Eberhart Sec.-Treas. ...,........ Mike McCabe Sponsors .... Mrs. French, Mrs. Norris Secretary .... ...... S usie Burrow Pro. Chm. ...... Betsy Greer Sponsor .... Mr. Montes NIOYEUX NOEL? French Club's chorus performs. Language Clubs- Latin Club President ............... joel Lawson Vice-Pres. . . . .... Dick Edelblute Secretary .... ..... M arsha Oroke Treasurer .. .... Yanti Soebiakto Sponsor . . . ,... Miss Drury President ............. Beverly Bailey Vice-Pres. ..... jean Eberhart Sec.-Treas. . . . Reporter .... ..... I anice Seagraves Sponsors . . . President ........... Ellen Thompson Vice-Pres. ........... Dave Thompson OFFICERS French Club . . . . . . .Jane Schendel . . . .Miss E. Hopkins Mrs. Bartlow Spanish Club In ormalizfy Expands Interests Bqzona' Classroom Level ESPANOL, Francais, et Latinus. Through interest stimulated by imaginative, resourceful committee members, Troy's language clubs have enjoyed a flourishing year, giving unlimited opportunities for students to practice informal conversation and to apply classroom techniques in a relaxed atmosphere. Each group held its own specialized entertainment, but the French Clubesponsored Mardi Gras brought all together in a spirit of traditional pageantry and rollicking abandon. Latin Club's emphasis on classic practices of anti- quity highlighted the fall initiation. Spanish Club received a strong boost when three young visitors from Mexico City brought authenticity to several programsg and a trip to La Siesta for "hot', and tasty native dishes promises to set a custom. French Club, with Miss Hopkins' "touch of the Sorbonneu, held an elaborate holiday party complete with games, carols, fun, and refreshments. The more than one hundred tri-club members attest both the satisfaction and long-range value of becoming language-con scious in a narrowing world. THE APPLE cutting ceremony climaxes Latin Club's fall initiation. Carol Steele, Rich- ard Virr, and Linda McCall initiate Phyllis Lautz, Jody Huffman, Mary Ellen Winterburg. FRENCH Club members attended a K.U. performance of Moliere's Le Misanthrope after reading the . . , play. Dr. Vernon French clarifies difficult passages. ggshslgsfgxgfx3riTyi:lis'E'L?r:lilg' . , . A MORNING meeting of Spanish Club SPANISH Club officers, Susie Bur- row and Ellen Thompson, listen to Davydd Greenwood's report. Quill and Scroll- .IUBILEE for journalists. The annual potluck supper held in the J-Room in mid- Ianuary brought out the best in food, speeches, and fun for new and old members. Pursuit cyf Printed Word Ojjws Wide Variezfy cyfflwam' A SWEET way to make money. Sally Francis, Linda Kerbs, Sylvia Nottingham, Linda Wheeler, Kathy Covert, Liz Fink. ll4 TOMORROW'S neophyte journalists at THS viewed many common interests through member- ship in the international organization, Quill and Scroll. An active, closely-knit honorary group, it encouraged career interests and promoted good journalistic practices through the varied activi- ties involved in producing the two major Trojan publications, the yearbook and the newspaper. Sales of candy and plastic textbook and year- book covers furnished enough profit to purchase additional photographic equipment and refer- ence books for the journalism department. Highlight of the year was the tri-school initia- tion at K.U., sponsored by the William Allen White School of journalism and Public Informa- tion. The bus ride, the dinner, and the sharing of friendships with those of similar interests proved the worth of the "pursuit of truth" and the cultivation of a "nose for news." OFFICERS President .........,.............. Van Moe Vice-Pres. . . . ,.... jean Peterson Secretary ,... ........ S ue Padget Treasurer . ..... Kathy Covert Sponsor . . . .... Mrs. Greer Thespians- On Stage, Ojf Stage, Tmez'z'tz'0ns Bolster Per ormemees LOOKING over trvout schedules are Dave McKee, Vicki Loebsack, David Glendening, jane Schendel, julie Green, Sherril Murrow, Dee Dee Watts, and john Walquist. AT HOME BACKSTAGE Front lfozu: George Hopkins. Betsy Greer, Francis Langsclorf, Bonnie Norton, Ann Petter. Row 2: judd Lake, Alice Eberhart, jan Shapiro, Nancy Dunn. Polly Palmer, Louise French, Carolyn Barrett, and Rose- mary Taylor. Rau' 3: Pat Baude, Bill McBride, Allan Hazlett, Lyle Phillips, Craig Stancliffe. Top ltozv: Stuart McCall, David Marshall, Buzz Colton, Mike XVilson, Tom Grimes, and Kurt Cummins. OURS and hours of learning lines, work on stage crews, making costumes, doing make-up, selling tickets, using the prompt book-any or all of these are part of the requirements for mem- bership in Troupe 19, National Thes- pians. The chief purpose is to promote growth and interest in all high school dramatics, to continue the tradition of the theatre, and to reward worthwhile work behind scenes, before the foot, lights, or in directing. The May initiation dinner and its program was an event that combined good food, hearty laughter, and clever skits with a review of the years ac- complishments and the star awards. Sponsor . . . ..... Miss Herrick 115 Key Club- Serviee, Civic Conscience EVELOPMENT in good citizenry and com- munity leadership were the staunch aims of the Kiwanis-sponsored Key Club. Inter-relations be- tween the business and professional men of the city and Trojan boys had far-reaching effects in career planning and community awareness and understanding. Service to the school was done through two publications, the handbook and the telephone directory. Boys sold ads, arranged sales and deliveries, and earmarked profits for worthwhile causes. The mid-winter March of Dimes fund was aided by the sale of the popular Kingston Trio records. Not to omit social relationships, the annual fall hayrack ride provided a lively evening for both members and guests. State ofhces were held by Terry Smith and .Ion Ekdahl who were key planners for the March conclave in Hutchinson where Mary Newman was Troy's candidate for Queen. Stimulate Club? Purpose STATE Queen candidate, Mary Newman, is the "rose" between Mr. Pringle and Terry Smith OFFICERS President .......,................ Bill Mills Vice-Pres. .. . ..,,............. Ion Ekdahl Secretary ....... .... I ohn WValquist Treasurer ..................... Bob YVright Board Members ............. jack Meisinger, Robert Farnsworth, Lee Gladfelter Kansas Governor ..........,... Terry Smith Secretary-Treasurer ............. jon Ekdahl Sponsor ....................... Mr. Pringle 1 l 6 MANY nominations from the floor: Bill Mills conducts an election ' HMOLLY Dee" and "Haul Away the Kingston Trio's popular discs DOING canteen work at the chap- ter house is a pleasant break for Sylvia Nottingham, Mrs. Lingo, Margie Mills, Marcia Bennett, and Patty Kern, active club members. Junior Red Cross- Sewess Interest Determines Area gf Patriotic Service THE FAMILIAR red cross is an American Symbol of giving. Both adult and youth members give of their time, abilities, and services in an effort to fur- ther the work of the world-wide organization. Whether selling mums at the Homecoming games, caroling at hospitals, or helping out on chapter house projects, Troy's council and members showed the same drive and good will for which the parent organization is known. During fourth hour throughout the year, several girls donated their time doing canteen service at the nearby headquarters, For Thanksgiving, baskets of food were filled for needy families. On Veterans Day, students in the main hall stepped aside while Presi- dent Pete Barham placed a wreath on the memorial plaque. At the same ceremony another was laid on the boulder in memory of Trojans who lost their lives in the wars. FIRST OFFICERS President ............... Pete Barham Vice-Pres. . . . .,... David Marshall U Secretary .... ,.... L etty Staebler Att. Clerk ..,.. Margot WVells Sponsors . . . ,...... Mrs. Lingo Miss E. Hopkins HOW MUCH? Robin Smith, Nancy Dunn, David Marshall and Kathy DeWeese count the day's receipts of the annual financial drive. 117 PRE-MEETING piano playing starts the gathering off in a bright way. Marva Lister, Carol jones, Sharon Harris, Sharrell Bennett. OFFICERS President .................... Louise French Vice.-Pres. .. ............... Kathy Clifton Secretary ....... Linda Whisler Treasurer .. ..... Lynda Overstreet Sponsor . . . ..... Miss A. Pringle Y-Teens- Emllyhaszk on 'Whole LW' 118 WILL the meeting come to order. Louise French presides. W nites Real and Ideal DEDICATED to understanding others' needs as well as their own, Y-Teens worked for enjoyment in unselfish service. Philanthropic projects were stressed and empha- sis placed on the teenagers' outlook on life. At the regu- lar meetings at the YW'CA, programs highlighted such perennially interesting subjects as good grooming, taste- ful and economical wardrobes, party giving, dating, and the controversial one of "going steady." Louise French and'Kathy Clifton represented Topeka at the National Y-Teens Congress in New York last fall, and made use of the new Outlooks they developed by bringing to the other members a deeper realization of the club's motto: "To grow as a persong To grow in the friendship of othersg To grow and live in the knowledge of God." MEETINGS, meetings, meetings. Kathy Clifton and Louise French curl up in their New York hotel room to go over the convention agenda. Hi-Y- Group Recognizes Others eeds, Makes Ejjfmfs Count SERVICE, better understanding, coopera- tion, and promotion of fellowship were the goals that strengthened this Christian organi- zation. A program highlight was emphasis on traffic safety and the efforts of the city's police department to eliminate vice 'problems and drug addiction by better public educa- tion. Time was also spent on writing bills to be presented to the Kansas Hi-Y Model Legislature this spring. Camp Hammond, YMCA camp for grade school boys, offered a fine chance for civic service when Troy's Hi-Y furnished two coun- sellors weekly for the recreational area. Cli- max of the activities was the annual "over- night", fitting award in fun and fellowship for a year of service to school and community. OFFICERS President .............. Pete Barham Vice-Pres. .. . ....... Dick Rose Secretary . . . .... Greg Wingate Chaplain . . . .... Bob Wright Sponsor .... .... M r. Coder ASKING for volunteers at a regular evening meeting Youth for Christ- Soul-Searching A ttzfudes H eff? Steaajf Youthful utlook DEDICATED to Christian witnessing and fellow- ship, members endeavored to spread the club's mes. sage to young people seeking a motive for living. The organization was introduced to THS several years ago, and has shown that students have a sin- cere and sustained interest in its purpose. There are no dues, and membership is not solicited. The doors are always open to those who need God and show a willingness to serve Him, the only re- quirements to belong. Outside speakers, films, and talks by members keynoted the Tuesday morning meetings in Room 306 where a new piano accompanied the singing. Youth for Christ tries to live up to its nameg a club working for Christ and expecting nothing in return except the warm glow of faith. OFFICERS President ..................... Lyle Phillips Vice-Pres. ................. Cynthia Altman Kenny Lewis Secretary . . . . . . .Sylvia Carney Soc. Chm. ..... janie Hogan Sponsor . . . .... Mr. Heitzman INTENT faces turn toward the morning's speaker. 120 OFFICERS Retail Sellin President ...... . ......... . Vice President .... Secretary ....... Treasurer' ..... Sponsor . . . 3 . . . . . . .Louis Wvolfe . . . .Mildred Garrison . . . .Karen McDanie1s . . . . .Helen Seufert ........Mr. Nall O ice Practice f f President ......................... Shirley Bottom Vice President . . . . . . . . . Secretary ...... . . . . . . . . .Sharon Streeter . . .Mary jane Keithley Treasurer . . . ............ Pat Tilley Reporter .. ...... Jacque Ramsey Sponsor . .. ....,.. ....... M r. Cagle F .I3.L.A. President .... ............... lv Iarigrace Hulse Secretary . . . ....,.. ....... S ue Barrett Treasurer .... ......... P at Griffin Recorder . . . ..... Linda Woodward Sponsor .... ..... M iss janousek Business Clubs- RETAIL selling is their chosen field. Sitting are Carolyn Parks, Marilyn Reece, Chari House, Naomi Hudkins, Linda Powell, Vesta Hicks, Helen Seufert, and Diane Brooks. Standing: Pat Dacquet, Paul Pfannenstiel, Mildred Garri- son, Louis VVo1fe,judy McClanahan, and Karen McDaniels. Sauna' Business Practices Lead to Progress in Careers POTENTIAL leaders in commercial fields have oppor- tunities at THS to learn good practices through tri-club participation. Troy's branch of the Business Education Clubs of Kansas is divided into two sections so that highly specialized interests can be explored. Meetings include speakers and demonstrations, highlighted by the annual state contests. Newest of the trio of clubs is a chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America, a group -'whose purpose is to stimulate "strong, aggressive leadership among tomor- roW's business men and women." OFFICE practice clubbers, Shirley Bottom and Pat Tilley, hold their trophies. Standing: Jacque Ramsey, Sharon Streeter, and Mary jane Keithley. TROY'S newest 'club gets under way. FBLA members, Pat Griffin, Marigrace Hulse, Miss Janousek, and Sue Barrett. 121 'LET'S have it on St. Patrick's Day." Marcia Bennett, Maureen Cook, Susan Nash, Louise Weber. Future Homemakers- Girls Reach JW F ine Art QF Being 'A Pewezf Hostessj HAT homemaking is the happy combination of all the attributes of feminine maturity, was the basic challenge of Trohoma, the THS chapter of the Future Homemakers of America. Through speakers, demonstrations, and service and social activities, members stressed the emotional importance of family relations and home management as well as the niceties of tasteful decorating, attractive flower ar- rangements, and proper table settings. Career-home makers introduced the possibilities and satisfactions of combining the two fields closest to every grl's heart. Climax of a busy year was the March Mother- Daughter Tea with daughters cast in hostess roles and each mother in her "best bib and tuckerf' 122 Secretary . . Song Leader Sponsor. .Mi OFFICERS President ............. Louise Weber Vice-Pres. ............. Beverly Bailey . . . . . . . .Judith Bruner Corres. Sec. - . . . ..... Kathi Purnell Treasurer ....... ....... S usan Nash ., ......... Jane Schendel ss Skupa, Mrs. Huttenhoff "ROSES are red . . 3' The flower ar- rangement program was judith Bru- t ner's and Connie Busse1l's favorite. Future Nurses- Trcpfs 'Florence Nzghtzrzgales' Plan Exeztmg Futures IN A SPECIALIZED organization, dedicated to inspire and en- lighten its members on the advantages of a medical career, Future Nurses sought to serve and learn through varied projects and un- usual programs. They also realized the satisfaction of helping oth- ers by filling a Thanksgiving basket and supplying a Christmas pro- gram for St. Vincent's orphanage. Sponsored by the Women's Medical Auxiliary, the club assisted in staffing the Stormont-Vail Hospitality Shop on Saturdays, and frequently supplied proctors for spetial tests administered by Troy's official medico, Nurse Boon. Honors Were awarded to individuals at the annual spring banquet where the gala night of the year emphasized the well-dehned pleas- ure that comes to anv girl when she can satisfactorily answer the perennial question, "What will be my career?" PRESIDENTIAL poise Diana Harrison President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer Cor. Sec. Pub. Chm Sponsors ON-DUTY, Marilyn Carnahan directs a "lost" visitor during KSTA Convention in the fall. "PAID!" Miss Phillips assists Lorrie Powers in making out receipts for Alice Wheeler and Peggy Mills. 4 ' 'iL-' f'T!,". - ,f,l':,i'E,:j1' OFFICERS Vice-Pres. . . , . . . Sec.-Treas. .... .... . Att. Clerk ..,. ........ Sponsors .... .... B Iiss 24 President... ...... .Rosemary Taylor TEA for more-than-two. Members enjoyed the charm of the G0vernor's Mansion when Mrs. Docking entertained at a festive january affair. FIRST LADY of Kansas Mrs. George Docking . . . . . .Diane Flott . . . . .Melva Hayes . . .Sharon Harris Ham, Mr. Meyers Future Teachers- Desire, .Needs KW Z0 Careers ROM GAINING to giving knowledge-Future Teachers worked to fulfill this personal goal as they enjoyed interest- ing, informative programs presented at Weekly club meet- ings. Topeka High's Dewitt Clinton chapter of FTA was fortunate to have speakers who were established educators, student teachers, or members of the profession who had attained outstanding accomplishments and were willing to share experiences with them. Members served as hostesses for the annual Kansas State Teachers convention in November. They benefited from special programs put on by various colleges to attract the students to teaching fields. Thus grew a desire to serve children and young people in an area with an increasing need for those who are dedicated to both learning and humanity, a field wide open with promise. PRELUDE to a pretty party. Diane Flott organizes details helped by Susan Nash and Maureen Cook, 'social committee members. Squid Club- Pool-Sport Devotees Advance to Aeeomplish Aqua Skills N ESTABLISHED success in its second year of organization, Squid Club stands in the fore as an unique and specialized group of talented girls. Members combined recreation with improvement of swimming and Water ballet skills, and gave added stimulus to a sport in which ability, grace, and coordination are uppermost. Club members were classified according to ac- complishments, and newcomers rated as "Tad- poles" until proficiency and stamina put them in a class of "near mermaidsf' Activities of the year culminated in the annual water show where talent was displayed in a ballet based on the theme of "Color," Beautiful patterns formed and blossomed as Troy's Aqua Maids showed professional style in a symphony of color and motion silhouetted against a musical backdrop. OFFICERS President .................... Norma Purvis Vice-Pres. . .. ................ Patty Miller Secretary ...................... joan Oliver Treasurer .......,......... . . . .Karen Zakar Pro. Chm. ..... Susan Curry, Diana Harrison Sponsor .. . ................ Mrs. Spencer WATER sprites resting at the p0ol's curb are Norma Purvis and Pattv Miller. Behind them are Ioan Oliver, Karen Zakar, Susan Curry, Diana Harrison LIKE petals floating on a trovic pool. Squids keep action in a true symphony. 2 Safety Club- 'Thumbs Down' on Speed As A LEADER in Kansas' youth safe-driv- ing programs, Troy has completed a second year in the "driver's seat" at the state conven- tion held in April at Wichita. A three-year-old club, its spectacular national impact has leveled off into steady but effective plugging of two famous taglines, "Slow Down and Live" and "Safety on the Highways." Activi- ties included assistance in city-wide traffic safety promotion and continued backing of the Topeka Youth Court which "tries" all teen- age speed violation cases coming under the jurisdiction of Judge Newton Vickers. OFFICERS Safety Club President .................. . . . Jon Ekdahl Vice-Pres. .... ....... ..... A n drea Gresser Sec.-Treas. . . . .... Karen Kuykendall Sponsor . . . . . .......... Mr. Teel Radio Club President .................... Homer Sykes Secretary ........ ...... J ohn Ford Activities Mgr. .... Willie Saylor Sponsor ..... . . . Mr. Strimple WIBWV-TV RADIO enthusiasts enjoy Mr. Strimple's talk. 126 PRE-CONVENTION plans need careful checking- Andrea Gresser, Karen Kuykendall, Ion Ekdahl. TRAFFIC statistics-serious business. Radio Club- 'Hams' Shaw Interest ROY'S newest club has picked up speed since its organization in mid-winter. Its six- teen members are ambitious to become "ham" operators, so programs are geared to study for the difficult examinations. The weekly meetings have included demonstra- tions of equipment and techniques, and the group has already introduced its interest to Trojans via the display window. National Forensic League- lub Recognizes 25th Anniversagf A S A FOCAL point for its 1959-60 endeavors, NFL explored the club's annals for news, views, and records of teams and individuals that have piled up impressive statistics for Topeka High's debate program. The league's sponsoring of the Trojan Debate Tourna- ment over a span of a quarter of a century appears to be a record in itself, since it is the oldest in the state. At this year's tourney, mem- bers of the winning team of 25 years ago were special guests at the first general meeting of debaters and sponsors. Club members han- dled all phases of the popular event from invitations, room reserva- tions, the purchasing of trophies, and program plans to the training of judges, the selection of timekeepers, and most important, the scheduling and tabulating of results. In April the Trojan club was host to the second annual Sunflower League dinner-meeting with more than 200 members and parents from Washington, lflfyandotte, the two Shawnee Mission high schools as guests. League letters and NFL awards were made to a large group from the participating schools. qv Topeka Tourngf "DIAMONDS are a guy's best friend"-Mr. Hill gloats over "WILL our trophy be there 25 years from now?" Nadia Ramzy admires the big display window. SOUVENIRS of a Silver Anni- versary are executed by JoAnn Marshall and Jean Eberhart. his well-earned forensic award. President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer Sponsor OFFICERS .,..............Terrv Smith Tom Hamilton . . . .JoAnn Marshall . . . .Jean Eberhart 'Uh .....Mr, Hill GETTING ready for the halftime rush, Jim Oliver, Bob Thomas, and Steve Swartzel ready the concession stand. T-Club Sport Pezrtz'ezpo:tz'on Opens Door to Closed- Order Group PORTS are the highlight of most high schools, and lettermen are the main contributors. Thus, T-Club is synonymous with "lettermen" at Topeka High, for only after being so recognized can an athlete become a member and wear the coveted black letters and numerals on gold sweaters. Aside from its interest in athletics, T-Club enter- tained the coaches at a banquet, took dates on the annual hayrack ride, and raised money by operating the basketball concession stand. Proceeds were ear- marked for athletic improvements, bought personal- ized stationery for the coaches, paid for chartered busses to tournaments, and added donations to nu- merous school projects. A LITTLE too full? Ed McConnell develops techniques of soda-jerking. OFFICERS President ................. Sparky Patterson Vice-Pres. . . . ........ ....... C urt Miller Sec.-Treas. .... .... D an Meisinger Sgt. at Arms .... .... I erry Hawver Sponsor ..... . . .,.Mr. Reid DISCUSSIONS started early when Mr. Reid met with Sparky Patterson, Curt Miller, and Jerry Haw- ver to set a date for the annual sports banquet. TROJAN T-CLUB. Fran! Roni: jim Shepard, Lee Gladfelter, Sparky Patterson, jim Gill, john Nunley, John Atkinson, Skip Cook. Row 2.1 Fred Slaughter, Gary Puderbaugh, Dick Bickerstaff, Steve Swartzel, Tom Clark, Bob Thomas, Curt Miller, Mike Shinn, Bob Grunewald, Jerry Riddle. Row 3: Bob Swan, Tom Magerkurth, Tom Staebler, Pete Barham, Jim Oliver, Dave Crandall, Carl johnson, Dick Rose, joe Andera son, Bob Gay. Row 4: Marvin Kuehn, Barry McGrath, Ed McConnell, Dave Reynolds, Richard Benson, Steve Nyswonger, NI. B. Sharp. Lewis Leonard, Kim McCoy, Coach Larry Reid. Top Row: Steve Ward. Steve Sanneman, Bay Chatlos. Dan Meisinger, jerry l-lawver, Al Schneibner, Jed Davis, Dick Hlhite, Bob Rowley. Missing: Mike Blakeman, Jim Britt, Elsberry Broadnax, Leroy Davis, Bill Gilchrist, Max Gaither, Dennis Haw! ver, Larry Hess, Preston Hoyt, Dave Hill, Bill Mills, Van Moe, Mike Starbuck, -john Torrez, Bob Xklarren, Howard Wloodson, Bob XVright, Larry llloolridge, Charles Duran, Phil jones, Dave Holberg. Carl Price, Ken Frickey, Chuck lN'alters, and John Lord. 9 'Ei Z fx THE POOL-Still new, always popular. www W1 . 4, f 1' is M. h WQ1. fig-5:31, Mfiii. 1 K if x S ,Q fx JrfQm'ii'N,-wir' we r.5r "f5' Q- f:- Q f.,.! W , xx. Q. r zg, V ,, X.. i. wb. v., f.v-S., .ff -V 4 ' 95?x:..' 1 9542s ' 1 , .F I 1 1 .. ,.. Q Q, ,RW M m THE GX M-Home of court games. ...W . M V f 7 ik A my ai, 'Q erm? mf. 2 -. , A-ax. , mg Fi 13 H 1 Q- ls E! N 'ig' ,A WW S., fkgwf ' Y V waf?E'5i?. , ,s.q:.,- 5, , 3 4- if -- H 5 Q 2 , ' Q ig f " fi fi if f f ? 5' 5? S I M .ig '1 2 SH 1 3? 152 2 " W R 'Q-ig 3: U' K 5 X ai 5 ' if K s . Z fx 14' I .f gsfgg J , Hi Q ,5 w ,-53, f K V - I gig 2 2 J. ' 'g gi SEE! gd 2 1 , , 2 N H 5 . if . .. g e . 1 , wg If in I f f A fl A u: H THE FIELD-Crisp evenings, high spirits. I Eleven boys no longer boys, but men In black and gold helmets Crash down the field for a touchdown. Five men in gold and black Tear down the court-basket scored! Across the green turf and up into The dim rafters of the gym echoes the shout HOY, HOY, NIIGHTY TROYI!!! s"' A ma A t uf fs A-TEAM George Hopkins Head Clwerleader Beverly Bailey Sara Davis Sharrol Gurss Cheerleaders- 'Reacbf-O, Leads G0 'I32 f Martha Blaisdell Letty Staebler Susan Curry A lternnte LMS School Sj9z'1'z't WITH TIRELESS energy and constant good humor, the A'and B-Team pepsters promoted school spirit as they bounced through dozens of assemblies, pep rallies, parades, and halftime events. Their continued high standards of pre- cision, conduct, and enthusiasm did much to bring Troy's sportsmanship and backing of all school-sponsored affairs to a high level. A-Team members attended a summer clinic at Dallas where they learned new techniques and ideas. A district clinic at Troy in the fall gave added training under H. L. Herkimer, "Mr, Cheerleader, himself". These twelve girls have acted as "ambassadors Without portfolio" to the student body, the area's schools, and the community at large. Sponsors . . ...... Miss Aley, Miss Larmer "Yea Black! Yea Gold!"-George Hopkins. T-Beverly. . .R-George. , .0-Letty. . .J-Martha. . .A-Sharrol. . .N-Sara. . .S-Susan r HALFTIME-Cheerleaders and fans. B-TEAINI CHEERLEADERS Sharyl Rabe, alternate Vicki Whit- aker, Jeannie Thomann, Sally Lauterbach, and Caroline Greer. President . President . Vice-Pres. . Vice-Pres. . Sec.-Trcas. Sponsors . . 4 President . . . Pm. Chm. .. HONG KONG OFFICERS Cirlx' Clrmzlfirzvfl Clulu' Francis Cirlx' Hmmr P612 Club Greer Palmer Cirlx' Rl'glIl!I7' Pep Club ..,.......,......,..........NancyReeder . . . . . .Mary Newman , . , .......... Liz Fink . ........... jane Schendel . . .... Miss Aley, Miss Larmcr Project-Sally Francis, Betsy Greer. H Girls' Pep Clubs- Black-Gola'-Fine C0107 Scheme 01' Victopz WITH ENTHUSIASM ENOUGH for all the student body, and with the promotion of school spirit in all departments as their aim, the several hundred Pep Club members played a major role in Trojan affairs within and without the Halls of Troy. Every game day found the main foyer crowded with girls "signing in," their black and gold and white uniforms coloring the aspect of the Whole weekend. In addition to being in their assigned seats at flag ceremonies, they sponsored an assembly and a varsity, and arranged for busses to out-of-town games. In a philanthropic mood they managed the "Hong Kong Project" in which they sent clothing and school supplies to a missionary teacher in China. HT!! is for "TROJANS" BUSINESS hums as the first shipment of Trojan sweatshirts goes over in a big way. Gail Levin, Kathy'Hogue, Elaine 0'Gara, and Diane Taylor buy from Mary Mellingcr and Marva Jean Lister. THE POMPON Parade-framework of orderly enthusiasm. 1 3 28 Boys' Pep Club OFFICERS Vice-Pres. . . . . . . . . Secretary ..... ..... Treasurer .... . . . Att. Sec. .... . . . . Sponsor .... . "SAINTS" come marching on! George Metzenthin, Kirby Deeter, Don Peterson, joe- Klugg, and Bill Medlock pa- rade for the membership drive. G0-Gezfters Launch Athletic Tear in Hzlgh Gear 136 NO ORGANIZATION can function without the necessary spark to ignite itg such is the position of Boys' Pep at Topeka High-they serve to touch off the great volume of noise and enthusiastic cheering that is a desirable adjunct to athletic competition. Unlike Troy's girls' clubs with their established organization and traditions, Boys' Pep enjoys spontaneous bursts of activity which add a measure of excitement to pep rallies and cheering sections, sometimes with unpre- dictable fervor and unexpected results. Last fall's membership drive closed with a large recruitment, and the enthusiasm of the officers has made the present club the nucleus for healthy student backing of Trojan sports events. Energy was harnessed through many channels: new songs and cheers, a Homecoming float, assembly par- ticipation, boy "cheerleaders", the sponsorship of a varsity, and aid in defraying costs of bus transporta- tion, Although only recently revitalized, Boys' Pep shows that it has the ingredients needed for rounding out school spirit and rounding up its backers. NIGHT-time rendezvous-Game-bound pepsters. President .. .................., Carl johnson . . . . .Bill Mills John Atkinson .Greg Wingate Dan Meisinger . . .Mr. Knecht 5 4 vf -kesuf:-:,1maw1saLev 'L .wwf .hawk ,.-,,- Il, , 1, , ANOTHER FIRST. Gridmen Hawver and Starbuck start a tradition as they plunge through the paper Trojan head. Football- H Improved Squad VARSITY SCOREBOARD THS OPPONENT 6 Highland Park 0 20 Shawnee Mission North 6 0 Lawrence 21 33 Vfashington 6 20 WVichita Southeast 0 14 Wyandotte 28 44 Shawnee Mission East 14 7 Wvichita East 14 20 Hayden 12 5 N. TM-.50 72 V E5 138 Rolls U19 6-3 Record ROY'S CLRIDNIEN, under new head coach Larry Reid, more than doubled the total number of wins that the Trojan team compiled last season. The Black and Cold rolled up a 6-3 record while playing one of the toughest schedules in the state. Coach Reid's eleven dropped games to top-ranked Law- rence, defending Sunflower League champion Wfyan- dotte, and VVichita liast. Although losing .-Xll-State End Mike Starbuck, the prospects for next year are bright. KVith the passing arm of john Pat Atkinson and the fine running ability of Dave Crandall, Steve XVard, and Larry VVoolridge, the Trojans can look forward to another fine year of football. Gpening the season at home, the Trojans played host to the Highland Park Scotties. Converting a blocked punt into a touchdown, Topeka scored the N games only touchdown with three minutes left in the first quarter and went on to edge the Scotties, 6-0. rip . '3 sv fr- i gb 3 .. . , , . , -. "-'. me - - .1 .Tiff 45 ' is :K 'Aus is kit T f 'T vw - -' 6' ' "V " B -- W . - iff 34 g Q u, N--M , N ,-13. ' if . W. jf. uh ,, l .. E M W :Ria . 2 fl e , .- fs if Q m .l . fu 5+ 5 s V1 4 I ,. ix 'A X ,ra Q Ziff gy . ,5 sy ' . . , ,L ' N. .t 5 -, 4 ' elif ' ' 1- 4. . .' Z'- :ff . 1 awk -Lf,1Wx?'1. 9 L 'X V If ff'5ZI?'?-1-' " ' f 4" ff A' ' - , - , i'fQ,f"fsr. 5. - ' - K -ff r . , Q L , F- V- ', ' ' Q fx., I . Qll: K V7 in 3-1 'ff' iff. if I.. K .je ' 5 - f as ' " ' T ? 26" COACH REID Troy's Hundred Percenter VARSITY SQUAD Frou! Roux' Manager Carl johnson. 'Bob Rowley. john Pringle. Bob Thomas, john XVoocLy. Leroy Ibaxis. john Torrez, Boh Gay. jim Brewer. Van Moe. Mike Oylcr. Carl Bartley. and Barry McGrath. Ron' 2: Bernard Hurd. Date Crandall, Bob Grunewalcl, Hike Tyree. Dan Nlcjunkin. john Atkinson. Bob Swan. Cary Puderhaugh, Dick Bick- erstaff. Curt Nliller. Mike Star- buck. Mike Shinn. I.arrx' XX'ool- ridge, and Store Hard. lofi Noam' Coach Don Bliss. Trainer Clark Anthony. Bill Gilchrist. Elsherry llroadnax. Kim McCoy. Max Gaither. Chuck XYS1lICl'S. Jerry Hawrer. jerry Riddle. lfred lilesath, joe Anderson. jim Shepard. Steve Norsworthv. Charles Duran. Dare Kennedy, Field Manager jack Widigan. and Coach Larry Reid. 'I39 40 JOE ANDERSON C im rd JOHN ATKINSON Q-1lHI'fl'!'bHFlf DICK BICKERSTAFF Guard JIM BRITT F11 llbnrlc DAVE CRANDALL H11 lfbaclc LEROY DAVIS Hnlfback Quick Kick Ejj?ctz've Weapon OMING TO LIFE in the second half with three touch- downs, Topeka downed Shawnee Mission North 20-6 at Moore Bowl. With the score 0-0 at the end of the first half, the Trojans roared back with one touchdown in the third period and two more in the fourth quarter. -lourneying to Lawrence the next week, the Trojans lost their first game of the season to mythical state champion, Lawrence. On an already soggy field, made even worse by a steady drizzle, the Lions rolled past Topeka 21-0 in a lopsided game. Later Topeka coach Larry Reid pro- tested the use of mud cleats by Lawrence: although his accusations were confirmed, no action was taken. Before a large Homecoming crowd the Trojans scored one of their most impressive victories in posting a win over WVashington. Topeka unleashed a furious scoring attack in the middle two periods. Ripping through the Wfashington line, the gridmen dominated every phase. PUNTER john Atkinson gets the ball away with the aid of a block by end Mike Shinn. Topeka used both punt and quick kick to advantage. CENTER Bob Swan and Guard Dick White go up in a vain attempt to block a Hayden pass. The Trojans' line play on defense was a key factor in Topeka's 'ifirst ycaru for Coach Larry Reid. CHARLES DURAN MAX GAITHER BOB GAY BILL CILCHRIST GZHINI End Tackle Czmrrl Reia' Uses Platoon System RXVELIXG to XVichitz1, the Trojans upset top- rzltecl XVic'hit11 Southeast, 20-0. Troy first scored when 'lim Britt plunged over from the one in the second period. lfzite in the lourth quarter, Sparky Patterson slznnmed over from the two, capping 21 53-yard mznrch. Minutes latter Patterson scored again. Snzlgging ll Colden Buffalo pass, he raced fifty-five yards lor the linul tally. BOB GRUNEWVALD JERRY HAWVVER Em! Torklf' DADS, NIGHT brings out an full com- ponent of Tr0y's strongest boosters. Tense faces on Mr. Shinn, Mr. Patter- son, Mr. Rose, and Mr. Wtfalters shows typical concern over the game and their sons' abilities as players. To Tire Foes, Raise M orale The next week the Trojans moved to Kansas City where they met up with zi brilliant running display by XVy:mdotte's quarterback, Don Beal. Scoring ull ol' the Bulldogs' lour touchdowns, three on runs of over sixty yards, Beal stymied all ol' the T1'O4iHll.S attempts to get buck in the game. Topekzfs 28-ll loss to YVyz1ndotte dashed ull hopes for the Sunflower League Crown for lEl59. DAVE HOLBERG Cen ter KINI NICCOY Turk lr' 142 CURT MILLER Qzm rtcfrlzlffk VAN NICE Qzznrlvrbrlrk JOHN NUNLEY End SPARKY PATTERSON Quarterback GARY PUDERBAUGH Guard ERRY RIDDLE J End HALFBACK Spaxky Pattelson smashes mio mo Shiwnu VIISSIOII 'North mcklexi as Captain Jerry Hauser and Steve Wlrd mme 1n to block The fwst Topeln bwckile-ld rackcd up a total of 2019 yards on 0ffcmL DICK ROSE Fullback BOB ROWLEY W Ifnd JIM SHEPERD Guard MIKE SHINN End NIIKE STARBUC lx Emi BOB SWAN Crrzlw' BACK John Torrez drnes for Topeka s flrst touchdown of thc mght ln Troy s 20 12 victory over Hayden. Promising Season Ahead OPERA clinched second place in the Sun- llower League by defeating Shawnee Mission East, ll-lel, in Kansas City. The Trojans scored twice in the lirst hall on runs of thirty and forty yards. XVith the tally 2,1-l-1 going into the last period, Troy scored three times in the last five minutes to end a Lancer rally. Playing in hitter cold, the gridmen dropped their third game ol the season to Vlfichita East, lil-7. Topeka's only store came on a thirty- three-yard rim hy -Iolm Atkinson. Topeka finally overcame Haydens jinx in the linal game ol' the season. After trailing 7-12 at the half, the Trojans ground out two marches, relying on "np the middlel' plays behind their husky line to upend the X'Vildc'ats, 20-l2. The gridmen held Hayden to seventy-three yards for the whole game and permitted no first downs the second hall. ELUDING one tackler, Sparky Patterson races upfield. BOB THOMAS G 1411 rrl JOHN TORREZ Hu lflmflc CHUCK 'VVALTERS G rm rd T rf I rrr. H . ..f3w2L:3gg2fs.L K 'K gig-W A Q llsifff STEVE WARD Fu Illmcle DICK WVHITE Guard LARRY WOOLRIDGE H11 lflmrk I K., W K V I Y 'I4 isp., ww eww, MORALE BUILDER of the team. Chand- ler Fieldhouse Manager, Jack Widigan. B-TEAM SCOREBOARD THS OPPONENT 19 Highland Park 0 0 Shawnee Mission North 27 I3 Lawrence 14 39 Washington 0 7 Wyandotte I2 7 Shawnee Mission East I3 SOPHOMORE SCOREBOARD THS OPPONENT 28 lVashington G 21 Highland Park 7 26 Shawnee Mission North 0 0 Hfyandotte 13 7 Shawnee Mission East 14 6 Lawrence 7 6 Atchison-B 0 18 Seaman-B 13 46 AFTERNOON shadows lie across Chandler Field as Coach Reid watches a practice session. Sophs workout on the far side. SOPHOMORE SQUAD. Front Row: Gerald Revely. Sam Top Row: john Cairl, Mike McPherson, Tom Lemon, Gan Kiblc, john Stone, Dick Fdclblutc, Larry Frost, jerry jones. Brown, joel Lawson. Steve Heinz, Frank Sewell, Jerry King Carl Sandmeyer. Rudy XVrenick, George Montgomery. Clary Mike Hoops, Dorman Robinson. Tod Hawks. and Ifieldhoust Oyler, and Jay james. Manager Jack YVidigan. Subs Exhz'bz'Z Szlgns 0 Grid Potential LTHOUGH their 2-if record did not show it, the Trojan 'B'-Teamers proved that with a lot of desire and stick-to-itriveness, a well balanced and thoroughly effective ball club can be produced. Coached by Mel Velleme, the B's defeated only two teams on their tough six game schedule. They ran over Highland Park lf?-0 and followed in the footsteps of the varsity by soundly trouncing Yvashington 39-0. W'ith the experience they gained this year, the B-Team members should be counted on to play an important part in rounding-out next years squad. The Topeka High Sophomores, coached by Mr. Chet Davenport, rolled up a 5-3 record. In doing this they downed Vlfashington 28-6, Highland Park 21-7, Shawnee Mission North 26-0, Atchison-B 6-0, and Seaman-B 1.8-13. The twenty-three man squad, although appearing very ragged in their first drills, soon began looking like a fine nucleus on which to build future teams. In the past seven seasons the sophomores have compiled a great record of thirty-five wins against only six losses, and have a ten win, four loss record against Sunflower League foes for the same period of time. MANAGERS Barry McGrath Carl Johnson 147 ANIMATED SHADQWVS. Troy's majorettes and marching band always add a 110116 of color, rhythm, and excitement to any event. BLACK NIGHT-golden lll01I1t'lllS. Linda Meinershagen's bright smile and jon l2kdal1l's proud grin reflect a treasured experience. 4 8 'ww 'I GLOVED HAND raised in tradi- ditional royal gesture, Candidate Martha Blaisdell greets crowds ol' well wishers. Her escort is Bob Swan. Homecoming- Actz'vz'zfz'es Crowd Hours wizfh Thrills, Hzgh Sl19z'rz'ts L ONG ANTICIPATED, Troy's 1959 Homecoming festivities began on October 9 with the traditional pep rally and royalty presentation during which Trojan spirits soared. The entire student body took uncon- cealed interest in the trio of lovely candidates because they had, through their homerooms, chosen one as Homecoming Queen. As they came down the aisle in the spotlights glare, they and their escorts became the bright symbols of the pageantry of school loyalty. Following Jim Parks Serenade, the couples pro- ceeded to three shiny new, waiting convertibles, where defying the chill air with their warm smiles, they led the parade down Topeka's "Main Streetfy Close be- hind was the band, then the marching pep clubs, and finally the elaborate lloatsl all emphasizing one blar- ing idea, "Beat the Wildcats!" Queen Martha and her court ruled over the varsity which followed the game, and with due formality, received autographed footballs as mementos of one of Troy's "most shining hours." POUNDING the asphalt, Trojan Pepsters follow through with swing and spirit. SMILING, regal, gracious. Newly-crowned Queen Martha and hor attendants, Linda Mein- ershagen and Cayla Hastings, face their subjects. 149 i Homecoming ueen M arthcz Blazsdell ? l l 5 i 5 9 50 QW ' 'W WT NLY THE SKY was dark at halftime at Moore Bowl on October 9. The hearts and eyes ol three happy girls were alight with the joy of knowing that they had been chosen as Homecoming Royalty of l959. Radiating happiness, the trio were introduced to the excited crowd as they approached the grandstand in bright '60 convertibles. Escorted by Ion Iikdahl and Kirby Deeter were the attend- ants, Linda Meinershagen and Gayla Hastings, dressed in chic fall suits. The air had the fragrance of Burning leaves and t-he moment seemed electric. Then her Majesty, on the arm ol Terry Smith, followed through the guard of honor and up the steps to her throne. Lights dimmed, and the soft notes ol' "ll I Loved You" drifted over the stadium. Voices were stilled as Superintendent God- win placed the treasured crown on the fair hair of Martha Blaisdell, Topeka Higlrs l959 Homecoming Queen. SUPERINTENDENT Godwin does the honors. 4 i 4 4 W Attendant Attendant WM Gayla I-Iaszfings Linda jlafeinershagen IN A BOWER of blossoms, three lovely candidates and their escorts listen to Jim Parks' Serenade. Gayla, in gold xnoire sits with Dick Whiteg Linda, in blue net, with Jim Shepardg and Martha, in pink taffeta with Bob Swan. Basketball- Cagers Wz'n Trzyb to State in Comeback N INCONSISTENT Topeka High basketball team got off to a rather weak start as they won alternate games until a third of the season was completed when they lost consecutively to Lawrence and Wyandotte. The Trojan cagers then put together a three-game winning streak as they beat YVashington and Highland Parkg and in an upset, they downed Shawnee Mission East 58-56. But Troy's inconsistency once again showed up' as they were toppled by inter- city rival Hayden before a capacity-plus crowd, and then went on to whip Mission North the next weekend. The roundballers then managed to win two out of their last six contests to finish the season with an 8-10 record. The Trojans were expected to do no better than fourth in the regional tournament, but after overpowering Leav- enworth in the opener, the THS cagers looked like a completely different live as they upset Hayden and Atchison for the title. In the state tourney at Wicliita, the Deanmen appeared to be on the way to their fourth straight victory when a last second shot by the VVichita North Redskins smashed their hopes as the Redmen won, 46-45. XfVith only two lettermen returning, Coach .Dean's hopes for a winning sea- son next year rest heavily on this year's sophomore and B-Team members. W TOURNEY SCOREBOARD junction City Tournament-Second Place THS OPPONENTS 63 Manhattan 60 49 Lawrence 52 Regional Tournament-First Place 43 Leavenworth 38 59 Hayden 46 58 Atchison 46 State Tournament 45 Wichita North 46 152 VARSITY SQUAD. Kneeling: pled Davis, Larry Ylloolridge, Richard Benson, Mike Blakcman, jack Miller. and Loyce Bailey. Slrmding: Coach jack Dean, john Tor rez, joe Anderson, Jerry Hawver, Mike Shinn, and John Atkinson. EVERYONE sermnbles as a loose ball bounds high into the air during the tough Hayden game. TAKING advantage of a hole in Washington's defense, Mike Shinn puts up two more points. VARSITY SCOREBOARD THS OPPONENT S 54 Salina 36 37 Wichita East 63 Shawnee Mission North 56 Lawrence 31 Wyandotte 41 Washington 51 Highland Park 58 Shawnee Mission East 38 Hayden 45 Shawnee Mission North 27 Wyandotte 42 Parsons 37 Washington 37 Highland Park 65 Shawnee Mission East 40 Lawrence I5 JOHN ATKINSON, Czmrd MIKE BLAKEMAN, Gamrfl RICHARD BENSON, Ciuarfl JED DAVIS, Crmrfl 4 EYEING the basket as he shoots, Trojan eager jerry Hawver gets set to sink a shot. AS THEY wave hands in the opponent's face, john Atkinson and Jerry Hawver try to block a basket shot as Jed Davis hovers anxiously. WITH rebound insurance underneath the basket, John Torrez takes a jump shot. JERRY HAWVER, Cwzlm' FRED SLAUGHTER, Cfnizfr MIKE SHINN, Ccfntm' JOHN TORREZ, Fnrzvnrd P AQ A . L J f 6 B-TEAM. Sitting: Bill Johnson, Loyce Bailey, john Grantham, Arthur Lewis, and Larry Woolridge. Kneeling: joe Cochran, David Nelson, Richard Duran, Fred Klesath, and John Nunley. Standing: Bill Harris, Mark Slawson, jerry Marlatt, joe An- derson, Elbert Ott, and Coach Xviley E. Alberg. Subs Determine Future Record ALTHOUGH sporting a 7-9 record for the season, the Bees did better than the scoreboard indicates. Of the nine games lost, four were dropped by only five points or less. l'Vith many of the subs playing in varsity as well as in B-Team games, next year's squad should have the advantage of some very experienced players. The sophomore team, coached by Chet Davenport, had one of the toughest years on record as it managed to win only two games in ten starts. While neither of the second- ary teams posted winning records for the season, the know- how gained will aid varsity coach -lack Dean in building a fine squad for the 1960-61 season. B-TEAM SCOREBOARD THS OPP. THS OPP. 43 Salina 45 35 Hayden 36 28 Wichita East 34 40 Shawnee Mission N. 47 36 Shawnee Mission N. 33 38 Wyandotte 43 44 Lawrence 49 47 Parsons 43 30 Wyandotte 46 30 Washington 28 42 Washington 35 44 Highland Park 39 52 Highland Park 38 49 Shawnee Mission E. 63 48 Shawnee Mission E. 54 53 Lawrence 41 "LET'S GO, COACH"-Senior Richard Benson. "HOLD IT BOYS!" This rebound belongs to Topeka. SOPHONIORE SQUADNIEN. Kneeling: Richard Myer, Vvayne Sloyer, John Stone, Kenny Elder, Dick Edelblute, John Lord, Bill McDonald. Standing: Mgr. Bill Geer, Bob ,Lee, Starks Vincent, john Cairl, Sam Kibblc, Allan Eberhart, Dave Miller. SOPHOMORE SCOREBOARD THS OPPONENTS 27 Seaman 52 44 Hayden 45 49 Lawrence 53 44 Highland Park 37 29 Washburn Rural 52 40 Seaman 52 24 Hayden 46 22 Highland Park 31 26 Lawrence 43 62 Washburn Rural 47 157 1 l Basketball- Hearts and F lowers Are A HCROWNING EVENT? Attendants smile warmly as Gov. George Docking crowns the Trojan Queen. Pewct Foilfor Sports Event A MEMORABLE moment for Trojans was the disclosure of their choice and the crowning of their lovely Queen of Courts, February 12, with its accompanying fanfare. Festivities began with an afternoon assembly sponsored by Rep Council, with all-school talent presenting "The Court of Trojaniaf' Three charming candidates, nominated by the basketball players for the honor, were each presented to the court as a possible future Queeng but the decision to announce a reigning monarch was postponed until the even1ng's ceremonies. During the game's halftime, attendants Janet Dawson and Betsy Greer, escorted by Carl Johnson and Terry Smith, proceeded through Honor Pep's heart-shaped forma- tion and ascended the dais. Then Her Majesty took her place, and her escort, Dick Bickerstafl, stepped aside to permit Governor George Docking to crown Winsome Queen Polly Palmer. Entertaining talent and gaiety followed at the varsity where the royalty received autographed basketballs and continued a brilliant reign. As one of Topeka High's most impressive traditions, Queen of Courts-l960 will hold a special place among Troy's Souvenirs. HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, dressed in white satin and carrying yellow roses, is escorted from the platform by Dick Bickerstaff. P r Q P b N -1 R Q e V i Q 1 s 1 .. , ..,, W ,,,., . W W W.. W , Q, , 60 SHADOWS lengthen as the runners near the end of the race. Waiting at the finish line are harriers Ken Frickey and Neil Stewart, Coach D. L. Erwin, timers Bill Griffith, Chet Laney, jim Oliver, the coaches and members of the opposition, Shawnee Mission North. Cross Country- Harriers Hola' Paceg Look t0 1960 ESPITE A THIN turnout for the Cross Country squad this year, Coach "Heavy" Erwin managed to whip his few eager har- riers into what promises to be a veteran team when the 1960 season gets under way. Senior C0-Captain, Carl Price, led 'the squad Consistently, but was closely followed by juniors Howard l'Voodson,and co-captain Bob Wright. YVith three of the eight lettermen returning, thg prospects for the future look much better than past records. 'Cross country running is gaining- in popularity among the schools of eastern Kansas," stated Coach Erwin. 'AFour of the lirst five teams in the state are lrom our northeast area. lf Topeka expects to keep pace with other Kansas schools, more boys will have to participate in the program." The determined spirit ol' the coach has apparently spread to the squad, and the newly kindled enthusiasm should put Topeka right up in the running in 1960. Returning lettermen will be Bob X'Vright, -lim Oliver, and Leonard Lewis. They will have the assistance ol' a number ol' wiry B-Team runners who displayed budding talents. 1 C0-CAPTAIN Carl Price strides toward W the tape during the triangular meet with Shawnee Mission North and Haskell. SCOREBOARD Duzxl ...... Tie, Shawnee Mission North, Topeka Triangular .... ,lst, Hzlskellg 2nd, Shawnee East: 3rd, Topeka Sunflower League ...........,. lst, WVyandotteg 2nd, Shawnee Eastg Srcl. xV2lSlllllgl0llj 4th, Shawnee Northg 5th, Topeka Quzulrangular .....,, lst, Emporiag 2nd, Topeka: 3rd, Highland Parkg 4ll'l,lSC2llllZlll Dual. ...,,..,.. lst, Topeka? 2nd, Mzmliatlan Shawnee Invitational ..... Topeka 9th out of 15 schools with 101 runners Regional .... 'Z' .... Topeka Gth out of lil schools with 73 runners HOLD THOSE RESULTS! Coach Erwin, Timer Griffith, Bill - ' Isenhour of the WVy:nidotte Prnzlogmplz, and Timer Laney sprint w toward the finish line to cheek Sunflower League records. LETTERMEN. Kr1eeling.' Curl Price, Slexe Swart- zel, Howard Woodson, and Al Scheibncr, Sflllldfllgf LSOll2ll'll Lewis. lien Ifrickey, .lim Olixei' Bob XVriglu, and Conch Erwin 161 SWIMMING SQUAD. Front Row: Skip Cook, Steve Sanneman, Dave Reynolds, Dan Meisinger, Pete Barham, Tom Clark, Dick Turner, and Bill Mills. Row 2: Ken Curry, jack Meisinger, John Harmon, Tom Magerkurth, Tom Staebler, Tod ,Hawks, jim Gibson, and Mike Davis, Row 3: Coach Laney, Richard Asel, Crosby Crosby, Buddy Thurston, David Beldon, Richard Shutt, Richard Ogle, Jim Goodman, and jim Basile. Top Row: Dave Barton, Dave Crandall, and Dick Bickerstaff, managers. Missing: Preston Hoyt, J. B. Sharp, Russell Vanover, Gary Walters, Richard Ford, Scott Linscott, and Greg Yvingate. Swimming- Tankers Lose Only Once During Reeom'-Breaking Season NCE again the THS swimmers have turned in another winning record in running up a 17-1 mark for the season. Behind the able coaching of Chet Laney, who finished his fourth yea-r as swimming mentor, the tankers downed all of their opponents except Wichita East. Meeting the defending state champions in the second meet of the season, the Tro- jan finmen lost by only one point in a thrilling finish, 48-47 at Wichita in mid-December. In the Sunflower League Meet held in Topeka, the swim- mers gained their first league title by running up a stagger- ing 67-point margin between them and second-place finish- ers, Wyandotte and Shawnee Mission East. It was in the league meet that the Trojan 160-yard freestyle relay team broke the existing national high school mark, and senior Co-captain Pete Barham missed the national record in the 40-yard freestyle by four-tenths of a second. With a nucleus of eleven junior lettermen to build around next year, Coach Laney seems to be in for another record breaking season of the popular sport. 16 CAUGHT in mid air is Troy's Number one diver-Steve Sanneman. 1959-60 SCOREBOARD A JUNIOR DIVER, jim Gibson. executes a forward one-and-a-half TOPEKA OPPONENT during an early practice session. 71 Wentworth 15 47 Wichita East 48 79 Mission East 17 80 Emporia 22 62 Wichita SE 27 54 Boys Town 41 50 Lincoln SE 36 59 Wichita Kapaun 36 72 Emporia 23 75 Wyandotte 22 56 Wentworth 32 57 Wyandotte 38 60 Mission North 35 67 Wichita South 29 62 Mission East 33 60 Mission North 35 57 Wichita North 36 67 Wichita West 28 League Meet: Topeka Mission East 38, and 105, Wyandotte 38, Shawnee Shawnee Mission North 5. State Meet: Topeka 2nd with 38. MANAGER Dick Bickerstaff and Coach Laney keep track of results and Topeka's times at a meet in the Trojan pool. 163 FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM Bill Mills Tom Magerkurth Tom Clark Pete Barham AN OVERFLOW Crowd in the stands watches Topeka take its first Sunflower League crown. 64 STATE RESULTS Wichita East 81 Topeka 38 Coffeyville 29 Wichita Southeast 20 Wichita North ll Wichita Kapaun 9 Wichita West 7 Lawrence 4 Shawnee Mission East 3 Wichita South 3 Bishop Miege 2 Wyandotte I Emporia 0 Shawnee Mission North 0 PUTTING on a final burst of speed, Pete Barham comes smashing into the bulkhead. Mermen Cop League Crown, Break atzonal Record THE SUNFLOWER League Meet, held in Topeka for the first time this year, was perhaps the best single meet for the Trojans. Before a capacity crowd, the mermen smashed seven league records in amassing their 105-point total. In the iinal event of the meet, the 160-yard freestyle relay, Topeka swimmers Pete Barham, Tom Magerkurth, Tom Clark, and Bill Mills mounted the starting block for their third attempt at the national high school record. Flashing through the water in record breaking time, the THS swimmers eclipsed the old high school mark of l:ll.9 by three- tenths of a second. In the state meet, held at the Wichita YMCA, the Trojan finmen again met their old nemesis and de- fending state champion, Wichita East. Having suf- fered their only loss of the year to the Blue Aces in an earlier meet, the Trojans were eager to avenge that loss. But again, as in last year's state meet, the first day qualifying trials took. their toll of Topeka swim- mers and the Trojans had to be satisfied with a distant second place finish. SENIOR Co-Captain Dan Meisinger churns through the water in his specialty, the 100-yard butterfly. Wrestling MATMEN. Front Row: Bob Thomas, Carl Chandler, Theron Sims, Stan Nyswonger, Steve Larson, Bob YVarren, Chuck Frisbie, Leonard Lewis, and Kenny jessop. Rozu 2: Bob Gay, Chuck Vvalters, Dan Mcjunkin, Gary Pnderhaugh, George Montgomery, john Carrington, Carl Price, and Coach Don Bliss. Missing: Gary Oyler, Max Wells, Bill Reed, Steve Ward, Phil Jones, Dave Hill, Eddie McConnell, and Gary Rickel. Gmpplers Point to Future, Walters Takes State Title 166 -OACHED this year by a newcomer to the sport, Don Bliss, the Trojans managed to place seventh in the Regionals and eleventh out of thirty in the State Meet. In the first, three Trojans qualified: Captain Chuck Walters in the l80-pound divisiong Leonard Lewis, on the other end of the scale, in the 95-pound classg and Stan Nyswonger, midway, in the 122-pound competition. Winning by a decision in an overtime in the Regionals, Walters climaxed an undefeated sea- son by going to the State Meet at Oakley the next week and winning the championship in another close match. 'Walters is the First state champion from Topeka High since Bob Mfanamaker took the title in both l956 and l957, Lewis was pinned in his first bout but came back strong in his later matches to gain third place. Nyswonger was .pinned in both rounds and ended in sixth place. Wfith five lettermen returning, Coach Bliss can look forward to an improved year. REFEREES position-George Montgomery. SEASON RECORD FELLOW team members swarm over Troian matman, Bob Gay, after he defeated a Leavenworth wrestler during Topeka's 34-8 triumph. TOPEKA OPPONENT 22 Manhattan 26 22 Wvichita Kapaun 24 9 Highland Park 24 1 l Salina 36 16 Salina 34 34 Leavenworth S 14 Wichita Kapaun 26 38 School for Blind 10 23 Highland Park 21 State: Eleventh with 16 points TROJAN wrestler Gary Puder- baugh grapples with an opponent in an attempt to "pin down his foe." STATE champ Chuck Walters seems to be "on top" as he maneuvers ' e--' N his man into position for a pin. 167 STORMY mo1'11ing-Library XfVing. EN AVANT!-Enter the Halls! I w L L w ., ,... X , W A k ,V J+igw:7,Lf,f,fssnW5,,sw,,:.f5,,:v,-iiiifwnf- ,.,f , V V ,..., vw ,. -ff- ., A . . ,mu - ' f-'- Mmww-'12--gf5me'?Q2v31- QM: Wm V L, N ,,.,, . A ,.,, 52 - A . . A ' , ' 1 321121 , . . 5EwQ,,L5,,,1kS,g5?W u,,.,, lgyg,y3fHW u2,,a5Q:,,M ,,gg5,fi5 ig, ,L - Qfgglfgffkgibyllxsfr ww , ., ,- ,' ,'f1-1-,iw-lazily: A 5m:rs11QA.,3,w Ywmmfw- A ly . . ' ' .V ' S V- ,, , ,Q ' L . 5 . Q, A ' 4- ' V, E, . " , -I -,F 5 ' -f 3 - - ,, - - - H . .. 2 X 1, f . 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Seniors- Une Milestone Reaeheei' Future Upens New Hzglzways CLASSROOMS, friends, assemblies, finals . . . veranda chatter, grade-card days, lunchlines, election rallies . . . books, plays, the chimes, The Tower . . . What do they make? Together, these experiences spell A'Class of l960"-to each senior the Best Class, Best School, Best Friends-the BEST and final years of public schooling. Crowding one on another, responsibilities came heavily from the very first days of the Fall of '57 when high caliber marked academic, service, and club activities. Strong and united efforts culminated 170 in a social event that will be hard to duplicate, sophisticated Club '59. The AFS program had'its biggest boost with Yanti Soebiakto and Uta Zick becoming a part of Troy, and Bob Dolgoff and Jon Ekdahl taking the Trojan spirit for a jaunt overseas. Wfhatever the future holds for any of the 580 who have been together as high school students for the past three years, it will be more satisfying because of happy unity in the Great Class of '60. Theirs is the challenge to become "Leaders Tomorrow." Class Q' 1960 President . . . . . .Kirby Deeter Vice-Pres. . . . ...,. -Ion Ekdahl Sec.-Treas. . . . . .Martha Peach Social Chin. .......,....,...,. Patty Cain Representatives ............ Sally Francis, Sherril Murrow, John Wlalquist Sponsor ..............,... Mrs. Summers HOW far will the budget stretch? Martha Peach, Mrs. Summers, and Jon Ekdahl wait in the office to get the "bank statement." WHERE do we go from here? Sally Francis, john Walquist, and Shlerril Murrow look over the cafe- teria in making plans for graduation activities. HOW'S it coming? President Deeter checks up on his chief party-planner, Patty Cain. ' I'-Ell ie' , 1, . .,.. 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' Q - 1 t--- f -:L I lil-.9 ' 4-1' joseph Babicki Maureen Baer Fred Bailey Judy Bainbridge Bruce Baker Olivia Balandran Franklin Bales Elizabeth Bardsley Wvilliam Bardsley Peter Barham Jack Barnard Cheryl Barnett 179 t , l Q ttttt to STUDYING in leisure - Carl Johnson and Bob Armstrong enjoy one of the last Indian Summer days as they lounge on the veranda at lunchtime. a'z'vz'a'ea' as seven junior hzlglz unizfsw fi 5?'l5?4i'V Jtkhi A Viiilwf " TQ pf, 25 2 ' - - 59,98 3,9 EQSEEB' 2 MN 13 ai M . X K igfkikfikk' H gf ,ne v-swag A My f mm , .. ,r.,,. W, E22 1 ' ff swgsmss iff 'fa vt 3,1351 ,M tw , Qfwm - -:: 'V' W' sasswafig s,:::i:.gw ibuayi-3 wefgwfy, .:- V- f :A , 1, wi1m.7ft-1 , Q, .1 . 4---.waz LS,.M,ww1f-,. , I - 14ws2ffrQ:1Q211 , f N131 :. wf1g:1fw1fqy . 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E-.:'E- :F J5?'f??A!Y, . ri., , Q t haw .ww , w 9, fwzf- 8 to r,, f K 2 Q 59 A E, , 1, t,'f1g.f:5f,Q,ag55L gg ,W A 'siisiwzgstf K Harry Bartlett Stephen Bartlett Barbara Bast Sharrell Bennett Richard Benson Marilyn Benn Linda Beckwith Richard Bickerstaff IIJ . , , .i1.f:1Qi.e4.wfegufesgs-fflswzwferLgyggpggggar ' ' . vlfflf,SSX-S41',Af.f 91 2? fi f5"13's5ff": fi iffxilsuf ,Y 4 ,.r,,. 3 , ,,,.. 2. 4 . ,f Q , V.,V,,,r,.fgst,ff-asussamuel HMS my all ' fx -- f'2S'j5g1 "' ' '5 Af 2gl5ES?5n5'f5sia6EsQ .s,:.:z:Ls,::vi 'lbs f--f- 112311918 VVELHETQE VFX SKY? if - 3553551545 -"fg1,is:1' Q w ifrszie ...V-I-'E F' W S, . , hiyiii' i. lw2,,,fV ' 22iigm-'xrf ,. 'i14asrsQ.'fs1.i v. ' Wi Q, sLf2wsfv1f:t','f17 'mf , v q,mg,,gH,vi.1'. ' ' L,,L,,.,.L . , - . V H bi K Fl X 3 , Janice Binney Anita Boaz Pamela Bowen if : 11 - ' f .' ' i i?wn5vE9i3iri3l is'- :a. - f l ifgiwifezssf sf: wx za QM, - Nm. Q STM-.fi1f - . --. ., V iviA.Z,fJZA' . -13' :: f:- '- VSQKIPZHS 'Q1gfQg:,.5fw H "J , . 3 was mai? We-. H ff ,W M ew ha R 5 fig?-1 55.3 gg: , rv, -V 1 . - ,,.- : fi M ' . f ' , ,zu f:9i3?ififfm11n- - ref: , . fgwagigiazzas E, 11 :yi-If -111, . i 1 i - i f smsfm-fel ' " -' ' X Wsksalifsxfagf-2 1 Q' ya ,mn V:-,ww l,-sm: 4 - 5 ' ' -e lw F' ",:'f"'-,.' :f'g,fx5jf'- 7 , ,.522fgZ:gwi35i14zg:siggv1-51,1 ' . " AQJSQ 21 ?35??es?4sz' -fsawgfzfsyli , f ai? ' ?f5Sag?fir 5234522145212-ea ns lisa fi Q rcsff2mzz. ffs?e.sa:sif: William Bird Elizabeth Blackburn Martha Blaisdell Janice Bohm Thomas Boles Thomas Bornholdt Sonja Bowser Richard Bradley Norman Bramlett Seniors-Class of '60 K ff.-3gigigixiifii?Lilifi!5I?Tsf?w17Q. , .M ., .,., . ,, , J. ,ara i Q. 1 WB J' , -arr a,'i A . Q , g. '., fi: J I iw J ' f A L -+511-' 1 .,. . Owen Blakely Michael Blakeman Diana Bortz Shirley Bottom Sharon Branson Carol Bratton All-School actz'vz'1fz'es united usg made us cz class N B , it , ,,, s ak K qs fa.. k 3 'Y-if , wi 'Q' f , 4 X a .Xi 2,5 W 4 X SQ Q F - .. fi V , rf: -A -. . B B R 1 2 N - . J .,l-. , . , W L H A L. B WM: ffm. . Y l liz l :Zi Ruth Briscoe Judy Brown 174 Jimmie Britt Elsbcrry Broadnax Diane Brooks Judy Kay Brown Judy Mae Brown Larry Brown :fig iii ' i ,X ,, 1517 i A , Q me seem , ,, ,, ,,, . . g.g.-i,, f. ff We at 9, rw - at-1' s 4 X85 y is in Qi 5 5 Q, gszsfv-5 g 515 Gloria Brown Linda Brown Jerry Brown Phillip Brown GRINNING in happy anticipation as they "heat" the flatiron in the decoration for their float are Sue Padget, Janet Grant, Nancy Wood, Nancy Reeder, Patty Cain, and Polly Palmer. Work went on far, far into the night. if A my sf' .f mf W p'iVa i r L 1 2 l paccti . to 'iiaai ta fa B 'P Richard Brummc William Brune Judith Bruner Glenda Brunswick Mike Buchanan Richard Buck Phyllis Burney Alice Burroughs Marcella Busey Constance Bussell Phyllis Butel Melva Butler 5 .Q we Esiaiiifiis,lggjs iff ' ' ' f " fr Q + is as lr W,,.51, V- 4. A, -5' 'f ' 3" .I ' Pfkllw ss K gn, A QQQQ5 f ' if 3 ,S X iq f 4' ' mf? il 'rw' 3, , il ,.,- -f J V,.., L: R r 4 Q em K ,Q 2 Ex, 5 'S ' . " - ii. - - - in R l ,, as ' eyes fy N ,.,, , 1 - ,- I, . we - ,,f: ian N wwwffgg , ,, , -V ,welelraijaiiwggemxgxisgg X ff5ggigq,ai'g,y4j'!wg XM? H Hr-fifffrr iix, :sa ressifgs ' 26557535-35.-ffff3?f?? -S1Qffz5?tmv": .rv 25255-A.sGe?fg12f . ff, :iv , , ,- ,, ..:, ,. , V ' 1 5326 .5 ': vi Sl Q a in or , X 5 ,am 5 595 Q , X an ESQ rw ff 3 me my J fs M 'M Q 1 SSE X , N, 5 aw eg 4 e I . ..:: Q Mwywk waeggwaia A ,,3 ,r A a w f 4 1 1 ,S 5 15 Qi 'N ver W E Gerald Byers Edward Byrne Patricia Cain john Carrington Sylvia Carroll Ronald Carson Se niors-Class of '60 julie Cairl james Caldwell Caroline Calloway Sandra Carver Roger Cawthon Rosalie Cazier In our sophomore year we obseroei grew, emo' gezz'rzeez'N - 11.1 rror 4 fi ig, ,, I i 'W i' 1 v Q9 :mp w " w 4 I Q.. . ggi f 'CASH Llkfirzff.. f W kifrtfwrfiigl I. -- - 1' W,?3iT533ff3'ra-. z KT-ii' '5i,QtE'S:":,.l'9' Ig' i . f I I 'L ' - ,- M ,si '- ii' ,em M W: . ff ' L egg .1 o,,gg ' -gf ' ' ' 'N .53 9?9kW5M3:1" 1 5 - ' We ---- - L- ,f 4 'gf , W wg-,..:, U I 3 ,K , w , 27 ' ' L' I' if erase f - - 1 6163, ' ffi gir - h ,M SMG? Q X X 4 YS K 2 1, K . I ., . V Atyl N Alita Clark Georgetta Clark Judy Clark Ronald Cody Callan Cohen Linda Cole Royal C. Colton Jerry Comer Garry Cook Harry Cook III jerry Cook jo Ann Cook Maureen Cook Kay Cookson Donna Cooper Harry Copp james Corkill Guadalupe Cornejo 176 . K My-.12, f - p ' -' fr 11 wg , . QEQQ,-1, P5 ' ' V- fii Vi' ' ' V. 5552" 'm4s1fL21Q1:f,".i1iF - f' , f - , L 4,.,,, " .revive . L .. W wx: e,,-fwf g ei ' X fs. Seto in ii' jf? ,X H' :S iif5559Ql,ifF'f1i,: Efiw S : - H51 fi1:5f5W1f'f'5V Y77 V ' we fizsf z , sHw:sfz -1 ' K 'We 'U 'fam aff- - 15- Tiki?" I K Robert Cowsert Diane Crandall Caren Cottle Theresa Courter Kathleen Covert Joyce Cowan Elizabeth Crank Gary Crider Walter Critchlow William Critchlow Penelope Crothers Charlotte Crow HERE IT IS-the masterpiece! With a swoosh and a SSSS-, the Senior Class float rolled down the avenue to capture first place in the Homecoming Parade. Real steam escaped as the Seniors cried "Flatten 'em." 1 77 Seiiasigifkkigsiiisif ' ' - me fiwigerzis 'I 4aQ2fsfi.iii2,1aLi2,L. v yr mg 252555 5331? ,-1 ' is is. Q, 12255 fr..-Ii. E: Q ,. 1535 3.1, " ' 1 -Y H " 219 :- gs K 8 Q ,gig f '?9':f4s'3f7f31i '11:izgf1wif.:1,n1l -11: ef . f Q was is A A 1 J, sa, , 1 sfgfw fs. M s X fn? J 5' S g sw wSSr?s5gj?,w- 353521 - - fe,-.siw s -- . iz'71,21:'1? 4 2f', : J . -Y" f' 1CWfE .W ,I if 1' 3 S imrfa w,.l .s -,- m11a,.i :if, 2 ,r.'f'1f2.Ls ff - :'., s.i...a, 5155 ' 5 3111 L5 isgimfi isf 'L is' , , , K 8 ,K Www S.,-,L , xL ga , ,.4wf22.1e.',1sf .si V '- 9if?:J" f 'qC.5,g5g, 1 W'ffl"' vi :-1.1: k,g:.y7.'- , . ,,.. " s ., i . . i .www-. iztfsflq. " qgga.4f?3jgsi's . M14 , Lv 5 f , . izwgfgrgwaifgfm fw ll u .saw 1,1-iff . .. --i'slif'ffi'we, ex .,,g,f,..:,..L,:gW3g , . ,5.qQ.,.1,.K 5f5L.5i5, ' K ng. ips. - f f r, , A 'Q . , ,Q- Vi, ,,.ifQi.' " 'fQ.'f'ff -5 ?,f4E1i? , 9 .- . :": ., - - .iw-13, - .LL' V Rig., - ll 'N Darryl Crumpton Maxine Cuevas Kurt Cummins Susan Curry John Cushing Patricia Dacquet Joyce Dangerfield john Davern Patricia Davern Barbara Davis Dale Davis Gary Davis Seniors-Class of '60 We studzkd hard and knew ruszfmtion in. inalsw ., ,. ,J ., fiiiim Eli,--Msgg 9 K " 5 3 5 vqfifl .' 552. - If i. Sf' vw iz.. iiswgqr-fr k,..j 1: .- ,, . v ez, , Q. ,if f 2 : u .V Y sqx CME ,Q fe fi 233 8 Hmm , .. 3, A A 5 . 'B A Q K K , Y 5 W 'MY X. .. L W-My , N ' - 'ff john Davis Beverly Deitrick Martha Dickson 78 gr ,mf rim ,I , 1 I N' Leroy Davis Farris Derby Robert Dolgoff Q ,,'. E'f'49's i 5 . , Q ,ww 1 iis, , . . I Robert Davis David Desormiers John Dominguez S-Ea' Q ',, ' W? K 1. s 1 UNF. E . ,,.:., 1, Y ,fifi I janet Dawson Ronald DeWeese Dick Douglass Q lv V ,-'i' 5i?"f? N 221, " ' '2 - 1 "" 'iw ,K 1-in if 7 95 . Qr::es:,x' Q ' i .2-- , im-m'. - -' K ara I have ig' ,QLLM 3 K Thomas Deatrick Kirby Decter Nancy Dewey Lloyd Diamond Richard Douglass Michael Downs ef WEL -we VA K J ig , fgsfgfp, iii.-if 4, zwfj :vfmf 2 , ' , ., t '. K if WW A olfiiig 7 ff-Qfi ' fl., F, .I 15' I 3' ' ix' Q , 0552: f ,I ' gi -A Kenneth Doyle Bonnie Drescher Marilyn Drummond Robert Duckworth Virginia Duclos Marcia Duncan Nancy Dunn Charles Duran Michael Dutton Sharon Eaken Mike Eastham Jeri Eaton IN THE. MIDST of his packing, Bob Dolgoff stops to study French "literature". He was Troy's first representative in the new winter AFS program. 179 V9 . , -,gif-'1i:e VV , K .,,A ,V Seg er, A fl if :Z 'na -Q e k. ' iff' ' gi My ,5gp,.2,..w,,,.., 4,gfg V ,.,,,.W,. -,,.:.,::,,ZL, if QQ S F 22 W ,U ' I f D 722. 155 3193 LMC! K- sfeiwgyx . . ' Wie-rp.E,z Ph 5 Wifi ,gui 1-1 af-rg. gli . , iisei if e 3 s 5 x vs :ll "", , T 'J eff , y C g ,xt . , iliiii leee F f . ' if 'L ' W,--g,.ff:..w-.S -, .5- ii 3K i M Q EZFA L , L. H ,L VELA V A - - ' A -1 'siwfw s-"' -1,w-fesf5L4sg:s , ' ' fl . ,,m.f.l ,. -i fi ,.., ,N Jw Alice Eberhart jean Eberhart Margaret Edelblute joe Edsall Richard Egli jon Ekdahl Sharon Eklund Al Eliot Cyrus Elting Roger Engelbrecht Russell Ewbank Donald Faust Mildred Felch Charles Feyh Carolyn Sue Fink Elaine Fink Sandra Fisher Charles Fitzgibbons Seniors-Class of '60 New fiends were madeg new methods learned N Leslie Fleming Mary Foster 180 ,IQ 'f f in ,B V' if 5455 r--Q K eff ? Diane Flott Sarah Francis if ., t.. if 2. we so 'W f if Herbert Forbes Beverly Foster David Foster Lavonne Foster Julie Francom George Franklin James Frazier David Freer .ML . "MAY WE HELP you, Sir?" Sue Wilson, Karen Kuykendall, Sharon Harris, Janet Frey, and Helen Rees are on duty giving out pamphlets during Teachers' Convention last November. "GRAB YOUR COAT and get your hat" comes out loud and clear as Sherril Murrow portrays a hobo in the Your -Show finale and wins enthusiastic applause. if- , W if 'A4 Vi v- "Yu" ff-I afakll . ..,, will 'G a , 2 li 2 k oyay asyc yccyi G o f -. 8 Richard Freienmuth Louise French Nancy French Janet Frey Melvin Gaines Max Gaither Diego Garcia Gale Gardner Kenny Frickey Twila Jo Frickey Robert Gay Charles Gibbs 181 52,551 -1 A ' -f-- I i ' . ' V g liffifff 231 7- in eff tf' . . - i ' "' ' . at A , il., I I " rf- . L 'fi A viii? ' My sf Arwfi fi, . ' , : . ff- 'fs .51 4. fu: :Mit--Ffa-7 , V - ' . ,f , , fa , - , 1, amwiweigfiixggf , 1.1fz.:es1f.rH.: f. f- 1 A. ,tr W , . ,,:. ,,,.,,, f ---- 4v--" V - -. 1' M K ' v - fe- Ms, . -ig .,'Y if ,ALVE We ,V L,., 9' as JL A fs if LQ E My we xr M K1 K ,f ar t ft - -. .41 .5 ,- f, ft L Q sg 55 is -Joins 5 Q .. . 5"-14 V s1"'HTY'7JN1l1w- if--Swgtvy--ikrt.:.W.,,U . . - . Qwii-we 1 .. - gfiwmfimiwd ew w -2f,q55z1s'Hf1f2-We K '- -I zgfaissfwk :Q-gr ' f , " 'fisiiti ff, X ,---'inf ,zz .su .' :aff my-:Y H mwigt f . ,. Wimfii, 451533: '-'7 f- f . . 222-22 -a1M--.,- . ' - bf . amz,-iam , - . x w ?fi?fff2Q- 71 ' Q w p, vifi,i?:,2 sf -if -try .-fmvrf ., sift , V' 21 szesztwgagsva-5: .W V Gary Gilbert Georgia Gilbert David Glendening Mary Kay Goodman Catherine Gray julieanne Green Vaughn Graber Patricia Gragert Sharon Gragg Seniors-Class of '60 wg W n if fp, l at K S as x T 6 i. .MV t K kg, giifl., . :gf -' 1 3 fx if Iii 'ffm ff M tix K, xx sl 2 T ff? 5 ' if Glenda Gilger james Gill Harold Gladfelter Marcia Glanville Janette Grant Richard Greene Davydd Greenwood Elizabeth Greer Virginia Grey An air 0 conjqdence came with ourjunior status N Qi Ugssiiasxy 1 A is ! 1,gXiff rf 5 William Griffith Burma Grishman Albert Grooms Robert Gross Sharrol Gurss Genero Gutierrez Kenneth Haefner Gloria Haggard Dorothy Haley Douglas Grove 182 i n -X , f. W, fa:--. It A gigiiti rt r Www -anna. nf za if an , f" ' V., 'iii ,I - Ti if - - Q , P rtt t -- ' G '2 45. 1 1 A3 1 5 Robert Grunewald Ruth Ham MIDDLE AISLING IT, Betsy Greer escorts Mr. Weaver through the line of Honor Pepsters during the Homecoming halftime ceremonies. Happy smiles break out as all await the arrival of the Queen, her attendants, and their proud escorts. A ff ,,f. 4 ftiggf 3 lf - ,LV , 51511, ff W 'L' 'S' Q , ... M., , af ,Sf wad 'Q . , , . 1 " 1--.. o f oeoe Q o ,, o,rr Q aaa c f, aa f. fi,: kW V " I : 1 I I A K, -1' -Z. 4- A i V ,jr i 2 wg Q pppy "' i essa X. X Albert Hamilton Hudson Hamilton Judy Hamilton Thomas Hamilton WVillie Hampton Deanna Haney Rebecca Hanley Larry Hanna Lonna Harbaugh Paul Harper Ida Harris Sharon Harris 183 1' ,, fnaiiii- H :Na 'Q 515, g,5Z,L:w1is New we it ,U - of ' 'ez-wszzmf , Wmmies , , . ., .,., , gi 3 E? at fp l1vcs7lJD6W7 ffl92?i'Ev'l VS'5t-59g5giA2ii3f fwz -'iiflf f,1ggQstjA9 Q, Heart zwwff 12? X: eetiieml Www .M fefger-57 gw,1gs155,Ml fi if 'f 293557555 W Y M 11 R 32 3 M5 Yi 2 Hzgi lllif 2 -swear i f -A X if 3 'T Q 22 Q Q e f,..,- ,ew .. , 'xiye izg 1221" ffwzgm . A-1 7 K ,Z ,,..,. f Lf:-mgssifgl , t w,,.ex.f mf 1: 'f . f 1 2' . 15-wg-.gan fggsfgy , J v 'K S , Sw Misra, ' :MA SST L K 'Z fs 9 , Q ., , . : .- Ke w-gf? Diana Harrison Dennis Harry Sharlene I-Iarter Gayla Hastings Jeanette Hathaway Sharon Hawks jerry Hawver Melva Hayes Shirley Hayes Sonja Heberling Gary Hedges Sharon Hedges Seniors-Class of '60 We stood 'tween the lowly scrubs and lmy seniorsg 1 fwfef- ' N 'Q' J izi ii' jfigjf. , 1 L i A a Judith Hedrick Connie Herson Robert Hildebrand l84 , 5 K 1 " f ' :wif Sis ' , f"gfKm, - S ,W - :Vw Q -gpvw, 357 J, me S I Carolyn Heinrich Earl Hicks David Hill ' a -a,re . 'xy sf' . 3, ,, - , , , . ,5,,,r1.,,., L , K . i x ' K ,,Q. , . f t K '- eff' ,n ' 's1'l' i 5 ' L .,," ' ,, aa't'e yy,, f.,.,,l at ' .A K 1 .. 1 -4 S' . . S if' ' ' . -ily . .' V, .:' ' :M "A eae eae teer e S we I , was 1 we T1 ,. ' ' I 'Aff " J ff . ' A - 's-" Y uf? . ' V ,lf N97 ..,. , S , . fc' tiza jean Henderson Vesta Hicks Kathleen Hill Qmbafffflf Shirley Henderson Jeanene Henson Dewaine Herbison Henry Hiebert Gail Higgins Connie Hilbert Pamela Hill Connie Hilyard janet Hogan , 5 N up 1 miie, ,. .iii I 1 MS - i - Jw 5 ff! K 9911! tidl l fm ' ., -,--ff-,ni'Iesizsfgligfyfiffst-su--sft ?iT?97lsif:1E7lf,?f I in ' ' 4 I I5rif5lf'51filff'iff::E ' ?3X:.fsiswiiiQ1,'1 swffizfsizisfffi--". - ' i1ggg,kg.gf:'g,:11sg 5 Dave Holberg Donald Hollowell David Holmes Barbara Holt Ray Holt Sharon Honeyman George Hopkins John Hopkins Larry Horton Penelope Hoss Chari House Naomi Hudkins we could see both waysw LISTENING for danger signals, Hershell Turner, Don Lehman, and Hutch Milburn check the ground for radioactivity. All are active in the Civil Defense program and attend frequent lectures and demonstrations. 185 I 9 nz: 5 4. f K -,'-Ifflf' 11124 flw1 1E". A rw sf-r Q' W iff. . . a n - 6 an wr: ' . ' .f I me wg,-'E' '- - fry- A 5 'flfflw Q me 5 .v f 2rQ3"'b14'-' I ,.Z?' "' 21' ,.:,,i ' f- , ' n .L - - I f l if ff - Q ,Hn f I 5:,R' f,:, k'f,w1,1sfgi-'151,- :uf . f -. 11 I -' 2' . ' ,-If:'f1,12if,,ii Fil iq ? 4,5 5 A .,3 ' I LLA' ,, , 1 ,,,.- , , , ,I A. 1' .f 355, -l,.ff,5qf,fz, ,wie W.: t My '- "-Fw . - -' ::1": 'J - -- . ' Larry Humphries Janet Hunt Dcloris Ireland Margaret Ives Seniors-Class of '60 Patricia Hunter Janice Huntsman John Jack Joyce Jackson may QQ M.. as 'la 5 David Ingvoldstad Jean Innes William james Richard Jeter We eamestbf staaiea' Hawthorne, histogf, algebra N ,I ! I, , Iii:-if 57,5 22 f ' , - ig, -we 555 f , 'W 2 PM 3 Xlfgvggnfas as? , 3 4 X51 if . .ai - .Y Q s ealer 3, , ' 2 - ff ia we I as ' Z , f '79 -,, SWQIQ ii-'H -1 l fflmfv. ' ,-1 J Bill johnson Ray johnson Phyllis Jones 186 Q ,dia , . J A :V H 1 N V' 5' -I L gimp, i.,- - . 5 vu- w, 1'..2L?azi,fS5g5a+I. f A V . A l li' may V any-f Carl Johnson Franklin Johnson james Johnson Larry johnson Marilyn Johnson Warren johnson Buddy Johnston Alta jones Barton jones Philip jones Susan Jones Linda Kane Susan Kay Eleanor Keen Willard Keitel V. ff ' . ,,, ik ,. Mr i John Keith Mary Keithley Karen Kelley Frank Kelly Linda Kerbs James Kerle Patty Kern Margaret Keucher Jim Kibby Donald Kinder Carrie King Ellen King TROJAN GIRLS' version of a hen party with all the "comforts" of home-no chairs, no cushions. Jan Shapiro, Karen Akerstrom, jean Henderson, Betsy Greer, Sharrol Gurss, and Susan Curry lean against lockers and get rested for a heavy schedule. 7 N ' . ' Z- 5. .- uf? -- fe- was-.gg-wr.wf, -,iwy 1 R f - . . , , ':::.,.1 Q8 ,. P if-Eg, , -.f x f EiiS?f V fxx- ' 5,4 nies . ,ig 4i"fsQfgg : .21 -Qfifiis'e is f we K '- 1:':z7.5EfL , z 10,440 iS . --:gs 1: f. . - 2: '-fl:E,,r.t:: 15915 . :,' . -"A -:Mez ' ' ' ,,.. , - , I -. - ' . X- - - , f1sefYi2agsssi',:fSiEm, . "Syn 5' mfifiwati i n, 'S If ' U 2 ' . . W T if K-" , '- . ' f22ssPzg:gsff 112, Q - , . Qf1?'f1fi -I 5 x - 1 ' , fgA.,.-wwf.-,-,Z cgi., Q 1 . ,Mi - - Y.-::gSiE..,5lwff14, ,- 'gff:.4R,5Fff: - , - . gill gg ,glii V' tkk5g3:'Egjif,,Z, nstijjj ' D K A .f . , gi 1 up , . uqml- jig-f f- H , :flff1Q2isiL:f22,sii.:at +- zf- A.-'sign '15 f -' f .f fe M: ' gif:rzgswsviffff,. - ' sv - fa-za-1.11, k..i . , Q, .5 Q K f f-f -- 1 as ff' l ,- 4, ,. s if 2 or xl if 324 5 3? gi f :fi F' 1,,,k Qi We A ,fy , f.:,f-iw., ,Ip-f, if 5 5 . my Ji aw X2 if zo A ,gsm if 2 l is . I MBV , 4 ? Q .-f ,gre 'N ef if 1 f S' A Deanna Kirk George Kirk Philip Knickerbocker Karen Kraus Mary Krentz Karen Kuykendall Renee La Croix George Lake Richard Landes Deanna Larson Ruth Lawler Wanda Lee Don Lehman jerry Leighty Marita Leonard Byron Lewis Kenneth Lewis Gerald Lindstrom Seniors-Class of '60 For ulbperclassmen, we gave the tma'z'1fi0nal prom, My 1 'zzrfm .-Q. aim., . V9 6 ' ' C'Q'W ffT zzwyglggs v'gs3'4w5ggq -s , :fe:,,n'xgkgs,',,Q1-1, - -z Sfffifv Jig - ' EV-Def r, ' ' l D Yi 5g?Zi5ig.2,gf f- D . bf if ' H. Hif i K nf , ., fl , .f 1 iff' . ? zf5. 1 ' 1 if .2 1 v,.v, ,Q ,W A, we 4 , F ., ,- . - . J e w Q , gan Fernando Lira Sharon Lister Vicki Loebsaclfhlx Evon Lungstrum Terry Mack Joseph Mallory Susan Mann Kevin Manning 188 an be 57.5, V ' ' L 4: Dennis Lynch Ann Macey Nancy Manning Dorothy Marrs 5 SENIORS AS FAR as the eye can see! Spokesmen for the lunch time bull session are Neil Wvood, Ed Silver, David Stevens, Cleftj Bill James, and Dick Wagner Crightj. s0j9lzz'5tz'catea' 'Club 59' N f4faf'a "ss - 1 . Q. 1 ,V,,.' s H gn' 4 K, 14 fl,-:fee mi 7, .. -fun., .. , . f A . M36-Qf5,v.se, 'K F VU , xl, . K M ii M i Q as .N . t or .11. . .511 - r wa sf's KS? ww Q 'vi I J-i , . . U v ' 3?f'f?f25'5-Vu Q' . Z ',:f-,M on - . ye ki 3 'i 75554 D L, '5LEf'E:Ji:'f'-. 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Q K Thomas McClure Kim McCoy7L judith McCune Karen McDaniel jerry McElroy 74 David McKee Lance McKee Lynn McNall Patricia McQuilkin William Medlock Linda Meinershagen Dan Meisinger Peter Mendoza George Metzenthin Gwunn Meyer WVilliam Milburn Curtis Miller David Miller Seniors-Class of '60 Pride in our school grew as we proved our worth N 1? 0 , 6 rf? f fs Q2- 3 . if ss H K 3 a '3 'S 2 152 'z r' , E S K Q L Gail Miller Patricia Millerxlr Sharon Miller Van Moe Mary Ellen Monreal Zola Monfoort 190 Thomas Miller Harold Moore William Mills Anna Marie Miranda Larry Moore Cary Morrison GRACIOUSLY acting as hostesses at Open House, Marita Leonard and Connie Bus- sell serve coffee to parents in the library. f---av ,f"k,Z,f31l",. ' ' :gi , fe 5. l ,,o. Vi . 1: , 5 If fmfaif , ' if f. . Rebecca Mott Julianne Murry -1 2253 PAYING TRIBUTE to Troyls war dead, Pete Barham places a spray on the bronze plaque in the foyer on Veterans Day, a traditional ceremony. ., ...K K, , 1? A li , ' X 'jr ex ,. 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A , ek, jean Nesheim Claudia Newman Mary Newman Nancy Nisbeth Miles Noble Dianne Nordstrom Sylvia Nottingham joan Odgers John Offergeld Jean Oliver joan Oliver john Ortiz Seniors-Class of '60 At last we attained the coveted rank cyfseniors, e P S M ,K eeeee . 4 1 . ff if Lg',.,i A 'U A 7' . Q, M V ttte t a,,t i e ' ftf, YQ- ':'f ' ' . .V,,..,,L. f, 1 25535 -V it ' I we I3 ,,,. .pg 1 1t,i.,g ,..:. D1,, , 'f eti O V' W O O " V ' i ' ' s l at 1 ., . f as 1 , -' ' - ms- . g K' ..,, 'P f V 'ef' t , -' ' ff' " 29575 "' iw J , 1 Q5 i ' ""' i s f ex: L 4' 7? ' -v-1- ,il Peter Ortiz Sharon Owens Carolyn Parks 192 v Tony Ortiz Diana Osterhout Mary Packardyf Sue Padget if Karen Parr J Celia Parrett v' 'X res f ,, V4 "M: .fm 'Sv Nw ,, , ' ', Www gi -h- Q """" f-if P A """" .Z t Lynda Overstreet Polly Palmer V' Milton Patterson J Kay Owen Ellis Parker V' Larry Patrick nf 7 gm. 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BQ 3, 1 1 1, ff f.f, 1- ye, em' an R at mf - Sw V ,w , W s is ff M an 1 25' 4 s - sw Brenda Payne yf Shelley Payne U" X Martha Peach! john Peelg V' Donna Peel-y V Glenda Pelton V Leon Pelton v' Alexander Perez J Sandra Peters J Donald Peterson 'J Jean Peterson ,f Stgvgn Peterson X! looked up to by all N DOWN the aisle to acclaim -Homecoming Queen candi- date Gayla Hastings and her escort, Dick White, are on their way to the waiting con- vertibles to join the parade. 25711 ,fa ve 7 ,. . ,,.. K ., 352555 Wifi 513155 P HQSQLSP' 'lie' -L , fhiggff- Laiivff, 11, k153i"3' " E, 'fi V.,. . K V I ".l5?Vtiz ii 241 ig, , " - . ,,.,,, ,.-H A-ff f www .ww ff A P .K 2f.12' w Q 1 P 'iflllf s -12 P Pi , Q, 2 1 is Q, we 7 up 1 Y Fr 4,-VY' 'Sf . A ag,1.f2?y,gsf5s,5ggQff,.fc,.- Aleta Petrikxf Brenda Petftyf Paul Pfarmenstiel'f Lyle Phillips J J Glenn Pinkston -.jo Ann Plackettyf john Plattf , Lois Pollock ,I Karen Polter J Ronald Popham Linda Powellv' Mary Powellf Seniors-Class of '60 As leaders we setjqne examples or underclassmen N MEFMiQ4li'iIi'1:1f.' -.ff:-Hz' .:,.. s-iiiimizsgusqire 521:45 fm ' . mggiygigggfyfi 1 if 1 - , .ziggy'QZEEASTQFQEYEZQH E 212,324 F , -. K' Q-'4 'ww' I ' 2, ,. A,,.,, . ,N .W ,,. , . H . , , ,, . 5 fx 1- my -' s ,, .,,:wv,Q- " .N f ' f T "L"'i:2 SWT - v 'ref s' .' we , L , 4, . if,-IFewiifigfiiigiiff, ., ' , zflzljwflf 5:1-Fa-.51 , f M Q 2-Qf1f?14f12ffA:v1e:e-Elm'' ' .K .,,. ffziff ' . 'E.. .:-'Eff -f ' figs-.bijfwlglifffigs.f, q,f.-g izgg, 3 iw.fi,i.fTj..rlr.,e.i:ffTeTfefl,z,i, 3,2-ggwvggwiageqmoyggnezgnfew,Wyman,. f,W. N' A Y My -I 1--U..H..Vwvfw-Mew'-ew,at af fa -. -Q , L S fs ways , . ,,g,3rWw. 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I ,,..,11f.'1ig1 is 1 , , Lorraine Powers - jerry Pozez V Joyce Prettyma? X! Aaron Price Charlotte Price V' Linda Price N! Rebecca Price X Ronald Price 'f john Pringle Peggy Proctor J Robert Povoxf Gary Puderbaughwf Kathi Purnell xl Karen Purvines sl Norma Purvis J Donald Ragsdale xi Donald Rahmeier l Jacqueline Ramsey Q '94 KfHf1..Qfj2Jf' ' 'P f. ' . L,,k i aai aye yeii K T' K if wg U X 1 sf?-QE am? ,E K J J A 1 xihgigl nw .V X , ,,kL,, ' ' - - 'i?Qxf?fx2'fs5Ja5:.- Ali' iilw , :fail 15" ' - 1 ,. ' A--'f - - wimfitgffefzgff s- wszeia' fzx' I Qi?-,'.,i'ff f ' Q ,".-, 32 - -'-. - ' 'Km- g 'K'L' A ' i ,, , ' QTVR ' A 5 'AA' 7fl'fQlf' 7 , -, V ig S S 5 7 ' l i j it A x ji 3 .5 k g R5 ig-.mu f-vm-, - -f-f :wwf - f X . be ""' ' iief:isw:.,1', ' F - ' i K ' ."' ' island A . , 'Q 'xfflfl " , I g? fl Larry Reaser t Robbie Reece Marilyn Reece Murdis Reed Royce Reed Nancy ReederN Jerilyn Reedy Helen Rees Virginia Reeves if Barbara Reilly J Janice Richardson Jerry Riddle! TAKING a deep breath has no effect on head sizes. Steve Sanneman measures Mike Dutton. CAP AND GOWN measuring day in October. 195 'gg' I 1: 52 Q .afeliifsiffif hf.srm1-f 4 .giwfvsiifeiefki 'rg--V3-this-2:1 HM Ye-,W Q- ,r f .-.,i afar ,W H -- -Mfffff 1, .- G?-iwrfsil -1nzai1- -i-, 5 'W .. K, w K 3 ,gr ,, , , .,.,,. ' :"S?e :v.:.: :,: fi:'3' v if 2 ,K 5 ' , X ig-X if is Effiisifwj fi fe N- , Y K im we X55 Q wwf? ' ,Si 14 qvsfgls regex? Q My K wx? N 4 Y , sf -. 2 , 1 fs J ll 2 w 4 ii ,K X d fe A 1 3 aww, K K' - V 32- .- " f , M: I - f- I , ,.,:- L ' 1'-,fegsliir A A552149 ' ffifif' 1 -wa s -4 K " af ' Kenneth Riderq I Kay Rinehart Nancy Roop '-ll Richard Rose Mary Sawyer Joyce Saylerwf Seniorsi-Class of '60 "fr ' "-" 2" .- A .sz,m.ie,,, -lf'x11m1,.-se , ,A f:,ff,u,fx:s1a ' 5525 ' , -,... : fa 3 .N - ,L . ., - A 335-15g5g!,MLg,,We-Y. -- --wiv' M MMM igglw , L, fi -WJ:-ff'-lx--di ::' "" vfnssxaer ,M W. yxemiiflsrgwrslreg- '-f,fYfQi41 . rf - - ii?Sfiilzihxilfiiifwt15- 1- . 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Shirley Scroggins Carolyn Secord Joan Seidelxf Angela Sernaxj Rudy Serranoi Helen Seufert jan Shapiro J James Shepardxf George Shields Larry Shopteese J Coreena Siebuhr Edward Silver. 196 TROY'S ELEVEN Merit Semi-finalists check college catalogues in Miss Pringle's office. Around the table are jean Eberhart, Frank Victor, john Platt, Wendell Smith, Mike Alexander, Phil Knickerbocker, Mike McCabe, Kirby Deeter, Mary Kay Goodman, and Mike Buchan an. Missing is Bob Dolgoff who was in school in France. w:w,.fz,:fw-. .K . , V H sfsiW,,,,g,-4,-.. , :M mis., r was fm i an. , . 4-'nf ' L , ,, . 7 ,, . 1if,sm2 H :J wmrfsffx e. , ' V S riar i M--it 5 My, V iw' knee ooo" 2 5 :hte 4 523595 'i 35.315 zffffg-gr H, ' ai., xalrgcla gin, M 4, wi Q my Qi 1 V f Q ,ig f. ,w?,mg 7 2 xi' I 211. s. slr 53,3 s s Z5 XT f QQ S fagffepitlw E .8 ff 'e' if 5335271515-5 W ,, Q ii. 5, , Q4 A E32 8 -'E rf , iso 'L za rs ,gs if eg , X , 'ff I ' S imffguyff, 3 K , 7 ,xswfgm swf "- , 1 'W-"' fi-f7fg 4 , ., I ifiv m sit? gif" l Mae , ..,. ,, r,, . a Lf if as M5-ggpif .,,,.-, ,,..,f, . wi, is V K ,,:.,,fg,,:.:,x YF ,,.r qu f is Donna Simmons J Fred Slaughter J George Sloop lf Carol Sloyer 'K Lonny Smelserlf Donald Smith Jean Smith xf Joyce Smith 0 Katherine Smitho if Kenneth Smith C LaResta Smithn Lois Smith of 197 ' lili- fifi in ' ' k f' , ' K b 1 A .i,,,,.e,.g,, . ., . fj1szti,i9Wisx?lXfKrSTQ '. " Q QU " 5,g2z1fLswwjLff'f of .. -, 5Llg5fQgQi7ZQjf . ,,g,:: 15,5 fi . , X Q g , '1 'Q 't JM L ' I. " . . :, ' sais! 2' " f f 'axe , f. ifiiyiiiilaf ' ' wfsffw-. . . ,. gauze-i,g2ss1:.-V, ww ' , Li ,giiiglfziisfflif lil, V w. 51 , ,xe5'f9 u,1.?gwfggwz... ,- wzz- , 'fe .gzsgfagAg,gz,s-, -5.2 f f Robert Smith Arthur Snooksf Michael Steadman esmff,,f.s - .k .,,, ,. 1-of Q Q 'xi X kVl,,, hhhhh h 1 9, if ,,,,, or or +5 M vu Sage was Q WY 535 ,W bi sk V gm' . XX , J, tk. h -hw S V e X5 4 x 4 t W7 is ' , ,Q QQ s, Q W , t Roberta Smith Q! Sally Smithfll Wendell Smith J Wdliam Smith , Alberta Snodgrass, Yanti Soebiakto J Letitia Staebler J James Stanley J Michael Starbuck sf Vickie Sl3.llffClX! David Stevens Carol Stevenson 1, Kenneth Stone J Carol Stover if Lois Straily cj Seniors- Class of '60 On Class Day, happy memories passed bqfore asw KK a . sf , .,., , jf' ., 5 : . - 1, ag. , , wt 1 X1 ' v .-ew gf ..v,..Yv,-- - it Ffikfieifi f!H"'..: 13, M.-M. Susan Stratton ' 'I9 Robert Swan J 8 essses s S ' Hi? , f if t. Quai' . M' A WLM. ' E , - :ff':J1.-2 : -' -, -fl' 'K 1. ' f - :fa L- f 1 25-2 f ' 99521 ,1 ' Qi- W g l . V- - 3 i .7 fZ.sf ,, ,e ia? X. W . . ,,:. 'W Q' " 2 ,. , XE 7-. ' '- " F f- 1 kfff, , -1 X ' -4-:af -as f A M . V gm A . , f nm: W, W W .rgfrgag .ssVy.m, 1.V I K 3 - - , 'la gx , fl - ff' My M IT Sharon Stuart-l Barbara Stroughxj Phillip Taliaferro J Gerald Talley ll Sharon Streeterx! Homer Sykes J . ns ,l V.: Q . Qt. 1. . . 'K .. if 'f . Wm, 'h Nm S, W. vw . J? 'E ag-"YY - .4 ,, -W li - ' on 3 ssssf 1 Reuby Sullivan'Xl Mary Sumey 'if Janice Taylor J Warren TaylorNf W ...,. , 4. as ., .mf INDONESIA'S gift to Troy, Yanti Soebiakto, laughingly learns the manner of float construction from "chicken wire expert" Ron DeWeese. BACK VIEW-Back stage where Neil Wood, Buzz Colton, Dale Wrenick, and Jack Washburn await cues at dress rehearsal of Mr. Roberts, there is no sign of last-minute confusion. gyk .,., i 5 1 sw -fa, iam 3 K 'K fi f K am' Q r if 9 4 I, Karen Templin if John Tetuan V! Karen Tevis if Lenora Thomas V! William Thomas J Ellen Thompson If Marsha Thompson xf Lois Thurber if Patricia Tilley 'J Sharon Tillman 'J Pamela Todd J Lance Toland V I 99 -N , , Eiiggjv y "" Q E-I -1- Q fgia f saw ..-2-era " pxlagyiff? --ig, rms: lg , 5 tllw L fwgg W ' rf, wi Maisy . ., M . J vet? ,L aaaax r 1 to 1+ " fm 9, -Q ml, Mifffwaw f ' ""' Eff. , M vw ,. M, rg-K 2-1. aa . -f , , W . My , 5 4 fe A M P' We Ja A aw f Ll ,, ' f ew Wa 3 E aw 1 gvjwi g S ,xi y J Harte ,X if 9 wwf X 5 P ,. t is c 524' W f f-r , T S KK' 531+ an -2.'fw2fA.1, . K' -v ia: Iiflfiifl l' 5' 5 ' ""'f it f - - 2 was ahlf ,mgai', aff ' ' --ff - - w-ffff 'g :wr:P--ff5::fsf4e1.sXzg4' ,,1gf,:g:5,g-z:igga,: 1 ' ' ,t K Larry Toulouse! Patrick Towle James Trast J Kathleen Tucker V Arthur Turner Hersqhgll Turner f Linda Turner J Wanda Turner cf Joan Urban J Joyce Urquhartx! Seniors-Class of '60 ram we o.,. ,R l X X S EH 1. 1, if x F Q A ,,. ,- m e " vw Q- . an 1 ' J'f5ifis ' fi SZ1'fl:i2s?Q1sihif' ttf' we-', f ,mx i-: , .' "W Gwendolyn Turner J Frank Victorj Wz'tl2 graduation we step oatjrom the Halls fy' Twyf N , V ., :Mzww --fs- titfgwi .., ..,r. ,D ,,.8,,,. I ' ' "9:S5f:5fi 1lFsPL5'is1,':lEII?El IE?:'ff '55, . 1 W ifm2swe:e:f".ff9:-fp . , ii ?i5'l-Zhif 4 k'lEf'l3A Lf f lllzl , ye W at james Viergever if : 5-5:E,v: ,: , f.-ff Aga Mug 2 , 5 JY 3, , at aft f' , as mf? :af f ii ff ga 4 61, 5 ,,,,.., , ua ' ,o,, I - ' R 'fie- . ,r...,. . 'Wal i fag fix E , I , X t Richard Villar Richard Virr J Richard Wagner Susan Walker Connie Walter Charles Walters Karen Walters Bonnie Ward Oliver Wardlow Jimmie Warrior John Washburn Stephen Wassenberg Leonard Watkins Olivia Watkins 200 .M john Walquist Weston Warren Dorothy Watts - f . - f ffgfxsxfs - fs -:ent 1,Vf,: 2 . V: :,. :g , - V,L' fag V: , ' Q . L uz M l gh' Fil seall ' ' A r - AL N , ' " ., I ' W 33 We E 'wg fm? s I - ":k V' h , ..,, X . we . '-G 115 H 1 r u Ann Weaver jack Webb Rcva Webb Charles Webber Louise Wveber Carol Mledoff Linda WVedoff Gary Wveidenbach Michael Welborn Cary WVerner Linda Wheeler Richard White DOORS OPEN WIDE as fourth hour lunchers take over the veranda for a few moments in the winter sunshine before returning to classes. Buster Elting, Joan Oliver, Mike Blakeman, Sherry Woerner, Ruthie Briscoe, Neil Wood, Dave Stevens, julie Francom, Dick Bickerstaff, Susan Kay. 201 f fi z-sis f K f :llTi:+ii?S,-492555 -iigfssifwgslgizgfi - V-wfm, . 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John Atkinson Vice-Pres. ............. Greg Wingate Sec.-Treas. . . . ....... Betty Bennett Soc. Chm. ........ Anne Garlinghouse Representatives ...... Andrea Gresser, Jim Parks, Bob Wright Sponsors ....... Mr. Madl, Miss Ham UNDER the bright red and white Cookie Sale canopy, the seven officers take it easy. Greg, Bob, Betty, Andrea, John, Anne, Jim. Juniors- T019 Achievement Records Point-uf? HzLglzestExl19ectati0ns 'F""""-5 204 To BE go-betweens to the high and mighty seniors and the low and youthful scrubs is an important spot in any school, and one which the Class of 1961 has felt that it filled to satisfac- tion. Scholarship interest remained high as the record number of Merit' tryouts attested. Athlet- ic achievements were notable, and the more than 800 members have a right to look to next year with pardonable pride. Socially, the job has been well handled with the successful produc- tion of Mr. Roberts last fall and the traditional Prom with its Moods in Abstraction theme. Financially, egotistically, and prophetically, the AFS assembly, where the juniors outstripped the other classes by a wide margin, was the high- light of the year. It never had happened before, may never happen againg but the '61-ers have had their hour of triumph. UM-M-M-good! Miss Ham samples cookies while Betty Bennett and Mr. Madl confer on finances. Alice Adell Jim Alander Kay Albin Jimmie Allen Carol Anderson Joe Anderson Rita Anderson Sharon Anderson Dale Appenfeller Bill Arganbright Robert Armstrong Duane Aten John Atkinson Sherry Avis Margaret Bachman Robert Badenoch Beverly Bailey Helen Baker Claudia Baldwin Daniel Bardsley Donna Barngrover Sue Barrett Myron Bartlett Carl Bartley lex , .-, If iii - .M .,,f.., . .,,m. - 'uw x - rt,i., V 4, , V Ks. ,,.L fl"""'w .. X " -. H ' ' " f 'aw-ff''.2f:,44i.'hs'eff' ' ' , .,," I ! ,tm F A ix x ,, ,X i if, QAZL IEE Q! 5' if' 1, 3 M34 P at J 4 , we I u at -- V-W ,wwws-fr -N my ,. A .. 1. in - 2 5741535951 5. ww? 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Y . if David Barton Gail Barton Judy Bass Richard Bass Pat Baude Dave Baxter Dick Beach Ivan Bean Martha Beard Stan Beck David Becker 'David Beller Barbara Bennett Betty Bennett Xvilliam Benson Dale Benton Lewis Berey Joan Berges Marcia Berggren Mary Berkebile Kenneth Berry Ronald Berryman Barry Billington Sharon Blackwell Cherry Blair Ronnie Blanchard Sharon Blanden Robert Blankenship Sharon Blevins Ronnie Bliss en Look Ahead -Class of '61 . . 1 . . .1.. ii. 1211221l V1 worm f22..11 . 2.1,1,.s,1.,112 lmwaa . 1 .W v1,9s1fs2 1f11e2i.1 1 5155552 4i2.41?3g1?i1S22.122:1 22,15 1 53 1 .1 we 121311151. warm, aafezzai 1 . . 122 2- 222121 A 21 1 2 Wersi: 11 1. 1:2111 1a.:51gg21a 5 113225 ft -11-1 .. 1 1 . ,F 1 M. 5111 2? 4 2,13 21 ze 12 22iai11e2i1:: 1. 12 1- 1 1,11 AQ . .1 2 21 - M1 1 21 W1 1 11111111 . 2i if 1 1 1 2 Ee aw' 1 11 . 1,22.1212 f 1 1 . "IHS-.wx - . vii 1' PFD-51 11 1. 111 1 . . 1 55,56-29:2 14 f f f u if 5 1 2 K it ia fe W i 3 4 X i Jw M if 'mag If 5 , .1 "gin .1 2. Larry Blocher Gerald Boaz Carolyn Bocock Judy Bodenhausen Mike Bolnick Tad Bower Carla Bowman jay Boylan jane Boynton Earl Bracken Bill Bradford Kathy Brandenburg "BUBBLE, BUBBLE, toil and trouble"-Not a witches brew, but something just as inde- scribable is what Ralph Ginter ladles out in the cafeteria kitchen while Geneva Smith toils in the background among pots and pans. 5f5fi2'f2fl2 :'1 rl '--' .f ,. .1 -V - , Sil 'A " 'l,b l 1 r . " - Judy Bfanham ii-,bsli ,,,,Q ...V V- , Gerald Bravence - V,.- ' ' James Brewer isii -.-r ik - Arnett BriCe B L e L -2' MiCh21ClBr00kS B ' 'b'i:2 Cfmnie Br0W11 l.b-i ssi 4 '?'rf?rv f B B' 'a,. e "h' K ,. "'f r , ,M D011 Brown , Don Brown Harold Brown A Q 5 james Brown . Mike Brown ' Karen Brownell - fp X ,X y - . .., If ii 5-5 B Jim Browning 7 - f r r as he Kam B?'me nrrnnrr nrnore sresr r we B :M john Bryant M .A.Kg.9 ii , I Q me Q Jim Bunds s WJ rrae MCM Burd ' Steve Burgess ,VVAB 5 'Q if . 22 ,,':- 214515-' . X ,A Tw " 'rf ' Bob Burke Rr. 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' - i 210 Kapanna Davis Mike Davis Roger Davis Sara Davis Sue Davis Ed DeLong Chester DeMoss jerry Denzler Linda Deskins Shirley Deskins Kathy DeWeese Cheryl Dicke Linda Dickinson Diana Dickson Fondetta Dickson Sandra Dillon Beth Dinwiddie Nancy Dittemore Judy Dixon Duane Dodge Vicki Donovan Dee Dowling Brenda Dudley Marilyn Duerre Melvin Duncan Frank Duran Richard Duran Susan Ebel Bob Eberhart Greg Eddins '61 Chris Edinger Mary Edmundson Glenda Edwards Robert Edwards Sonna Edwards Nancy Egy Bill Eicholtz Kenneth Elder Kathy Elliott Lynda Elliott Charlotte Elnicki' Ricki Enghretson FOLLOWING America through the ages, Linda Gish, janet Thompson, Patty McDaniel, and Larry Patch work diligently on our country's literature and history-core of the juniors' studies. jerry England Crystal English Hilda Erickson Benny Erwin lNilma Everett Robert Evertson Loren Fairman Robert Farnsworth Martha Faust Sherry Feaker Ronnie Feasel Mary Feist Lauraine Ferrell Ann Fetter Karen File Carol Finch Elizabeth Fink Joyce Fink Jeannie Fisher Johnny Fisher Kay Fisher Luci Fisher WVendy Fisher Bill Fleming 5 A . ..-y ' iff ZZ, 'L . into R Y t fi, 3 T' ,gg 'f an gag V .f ,,.. sf Liga me Q P 'avr st F- LK sf of W I if -' K iii ' 1 ' 1" : f -we mf: if: -2 sssiff- Zifiiifiilii 'f " 'rifqfsstssiriifssiifgei -- as-.f.5,,,r 51-Qwmfw ,X sffrqgw-Misa 3 iipfisigifffi A 7' E. fifiizggggiigfff Mi: -WLi2,'?S1:fiT-'f'f5if??E??5IW-Vi.-Eiliiigfik 71555 R32 'Z , f V13 ef efzfsff - f x f A Qe2i' gms, aww ' 1. 2 ffflzgiwsii E it? 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V 'fiirqi 1 ,, H" 3, - vf , 218 Kay Loebsack Ed Logan Judy Logan Jim Long Pat' Long Marjorie Longstaff Gloria Lopez Marilyn Loveland Kaaren Luetje Tom Lux Terry Lynch George Lynn Jess Lynn Anne MacNeil Tom Magerkurth Donna Mannen Marcus Marcussen Randy Marling Donna Marsh Margaret Marshall Tom Marshall john Martin Lois Martin Mary Mathers Nash Mattocks Terry Maupin Richard Maust Larry May Linda McCall Stuart McCall of '61 Ron McClellan Eddie McConnell Veronica McCord Gary McCune Bill McDermott Nancy McDonough Carol McElroy Linda McEntirc Linda McGinnis Barry McGrath Gertie Mclver Dale McKay MODERN WILLIAM TELLS-jo john- son, Gail Thompson and Anne MacNeil retrieve their well-aimed arrows from the target during girls Phys Ed archery class. Richard McKay james McKethen Wlalter McKinley James McKinnon Beth McKoWn Jim McMillan I.COl12ll'd McNeal Marjorie McWilliams Sharon Medley Virgil Meinholdt Mary jean Mcllinger Gloria Mikesell Marc Miles Doug Miliken Charles Miller Dixie Miller Jack Miller- Jeri Miller Ralph Miller Roy Miller jon Milliken Joyce Milliken Peggy Mills' Sharon Mitchell .Hs ,i f-mm mmf , A , L: xii- V " - , - 1- .my , , A H :-.i,:::.,,,:: A if 5 fl 'iz M, V, ' , ff r , ' f knee . , X i ' ' ' 6 ISDII ' :f wfr "" M af xxx ' 'I' 2-f:-ri , w 'fis i-,rw 5,1 .. - ' :si sfrai, L, ., frgq::4ss:Q' IL , 4. 4: 1-gtg - . asf in .., . 3 J " " 'I' -577 , "Z 3 if ,. ' " ,. 1 -"' Q 1-fi 2 LM'-W Q A i hyfr: - - Hg, - gs- - - V- gy,-y,.f :.,,f-f qi --.g,g,4 Q .Wy ff 25,11-:1fig+,. - Ma gi irsvggleiwis- f f ,AM f- fs f " ,-swf,-fr' -' ii, -- s m - is: ,:.,.i4x,-1-,-L.: ws? -, ' - - V X Wiflffii . - - , 1 .igsiggsir 'K ' " f' , ' I Ziiifigiiz 'A ride r A fr i ' W' e ' . I - . 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Induction was their first step toward unity, fol- lowed by the excitement of elections and the football season, Homecoming-where .their float entry was a second-place winner, assemblies, the first playfand dominating all, new studies, new vistas, new values. The class waited until mid-winter. to gather for a strictly social event, and the Hawaiian Luau proved to be a well-planned, elaborately deco- rated event which undoubtedly will set the pace for next spring's Prom. The Sophomore Class now awaits the future. The newness has worn off, and in its place is a realization that the coming years will bring to them and Troy a fine measure of scholarship, good sportsmanship, and lasting friendships as they continue to mature. OFFICERS President . . . ................. Tod' Hawks Vice-Pres. . . . ..... Tcrrv Modlin Sec.-Treas. ...,. ...... I udith Ash Soc. Chm. ...... .........., G inner Elliott Representatives ...... -- ...... Belinda Brown, Mike Gentry, Nan WVilkes Sponsor . . . ........... Mr. McCarthy 'zwggmnm ' I A GOOD START on the way up. Standing: Terry Modlin, Tod Hawks, Nan Hfilkes, Mr. McCarthy, Ginger Elliott, and Belinda Brown. Seated: .Iudee Ash and Mike Gentry. LET'S GO! Pat Fisher, Kathy Clark, and Nancy Hankins get Ginger Elli0tt's OK before 'fsellingw the party to the cafeteria crowd. COOL MAN, COOL! The Sophs made a second-place attempt in doing their part to put the Wildcats on ice. "Cool the Cats" was the cry of determination. R. BAYLESS' HOMEROOM Front Row: Ramiro Valdivia, Donald Henderson, Richard Lira, Barbara Martin, Betty Jen- sen, Shirley Green, and Patricia Owens. Row 2: james Rapp, Adeline Garcia, Jeanine Frazier, Karen Miller, Delores Serna, Janice Eaken, Jerry Godbey, Cheryl Garren, Marty Mettner, and Maureen Tippin. Row 3: Gary Parrett, Mark Nelson, Lar- ry Slater, Mary Huttanus, Diane johnson, Edith Pollock, Frank Griggs, Diana Baxter, and Gerry Young. Top Row: Elbert Ott, Kenny Wilson, Roy Ritchie, Jan- et Hayes, Richard Ogle, Herbert Harbor, Robert Keefe, and War- ren Daniels. lllissing: Deanna Dunford and Doris Longstalf. R. COLTON'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Nancy Hankins, Li- anne Story, Ann Kane, Betty Crow, Betty Stamm, Cheryl Stew- art, and Elizabeth Tichenor. Row 2: Betty Burgat, Colleen Brennan, Elizabeth Pearman, Jim Renbarger, Ruby Gentry, Ruth Irwin, Sharon Koehler, and Mary Little. Row 3: Jerry Jones, WVilliam Mcliown, JoAnn King, -Ioleen Dickinson, Nancy Shrimplin, Penn Blair, Dick Ed- elblute, Terry Harbaugh, and Gerald Revely. Top Row: Loyce Bailey, john Cairl, Leonard Stroniquist, Ron Newman, Mike Stimpert, David Gleason, Bob Lee, Thomas Lemon, Paul Men- dez, and Daniel Ortiz. 229 Sophomores- Class typ '62 WORK! WORK! It took hours of planning, criticism, and final satis- faction to put out a float worthy of the enthusiasm displayed for Home- coming by Troy's newest class. 230 RS. EDMUNDSON'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Sandra Coon, Jean- ette Hall, Helen Kirkpatrick, Chera yl Schuefel, Jennifer Jackson and jim Nordstrom. Row 2: Sheryl Neff, janelle Gilbert, Patti Hicks, jerry Blegstad, Belinda Brown, Madeline Schmidt, Larry Kelly, and Bernice Sanders. Row 3: Isidoro Gutierrez, Mike Wilcox, Sharon El- bert, Ken Sterne, Glenda Hunts- man, Leonard Harding, Mary Woodward, and Paul Wells. Top Row: Robert Edgar, Steve DeWitt, Steve Heinz, Richard Ford, Karen Miller, Eric Brown, John Grant- ham, Phil Norsworthy, john Sel- bach, and Leonard YVeidner. Illiss. ing: Wanda Spurlock. R. ELLITHORPES HOMEROOM Front Row: Dec Bingenheimer, Sharyl Rabe, Sharon Geist, Phyllis Lautz, Mary Gomez, Linda Richel, and Ivy Fox. Row 2: Earl Bean, john Irwin, Peggy Cox, Carol Gain- er, Peggy Elsasser, Carol jones, Ra- mona Soza, and Carmen Miranda. Row 3: Ronald Kelly, Sheryl Cut- right, Leslie Ridgeway, Tom Gor- rell, Kay Miller, Theron Sims, Gary Masbury, Frank Masbury, Frank Riley, and Ellis Needham. Top Row: Edward Schimmel, Dorman Robinson, Jerry King, Victor Rou- viere, john Grandon, Ben Franklin, and jack Meisinger. R. ERWIN'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Lcla Turner, Sharon Hillman, Elaine O'Gara, Gloria Lee, Kay Swalwell, and Judith May. Row 2: David Rhodehamel, Sandy Davis, Dorothy Hfangerin, Karen Kilker, Pamela Anderson, and Dav- id Belden. Row 3: Larry Saylor, Sandy Crawford, Dinna Edwards, Nancy Pennington, Marilyn West, and Bruce Ascough. Row 4: Sandra Rice, Barbara Dickens, Lon Rice, Carl Chandler, Mike Steele, and Charles Kesinger. Top Row: Ron- ald Richardson, John Pfannenstiel, David Nixon, Terry Leonard, Tom Grimes, and Tom Judy. First Prcyect Strengthens Class Urzzgf ISS HOPKINS' HOMEROOM Front Row: Judy Basel, Rosemary Cowherd, Carolyn Murray, Pamela Pearson, Mary Dee Gentry, and Pa- tricia Jones. Row 2: Wade Doug- las, Charlene Rice, Delores Oliva, Martha Campbell, Richard Asel, and Bob Yocum. Row 3: Mickey Torrez, Darlene Andrews, Beth Beamer, Marilyn Collins, Arthur Balandran, and Carolyn W'orkman. Row 4: Robert Jackson, Richard Gibson, Ron Price, Raymond Briggs, Jeannie Thomann, and Janet Barn- ey. Top Row: Roger Bardsley, Donald Hammarlund, John Oliver, Steven Cregut, Frank Sewell, John Stone, and Ken Hasenbank. R. HILL'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Diana Davis, Bobbie Reed, Mary Scott, Sara Senne, Diana Graves, and Warren Marlow. Row 2: Linda Strait, Robin Smith, Ron- ald Schultz, Beverly Weaver, Dixie Roberts, Vicki Whitaker, and Sherry Gardner. Row 3: Barbara Baily, Darrel King, Ray Killam, Phil Gay, Karen Luttjohann, and Judy Mod- ig. Row 4: Bill Swan, Karen Good- man, Becky Lee Eberting, Dennis Eskie, and Bill Cohen. Top Row: Dan McJunkin, Tod Hawks, Ed- ward Frey, Michael Ganson, Ronald Kerley, Robert Perry, and Edward Hemenway. Missing: Clara Henry. Sophomores- Class Q' '62 IN RESPECT for her elders, Sharyl Rabc cleans the table for upperclass- men, Joyce Fink, Linda Light and Sandy Ceren, as a never-ending flow of hungry Trojans enters the cafeteria. 232 'ISS HUTCHISON'S HOMEROOM Front Row: lVarren Miller, Caro- line Greer, Shirley Murdock, Mike Bodle, Margaret Munoz, and Jan Clark. Row 2: Phyllis Bouton, Alice lvallace, Linda Messick, Leila lvhite, Melissa Barger, and Janice Constable. Row 3: Jean Loughmil. ler, Ann Barry, Betty Burnside. Sandy Carlson, and Lynda lVitcher. Row 4: Roger Holmes, Lynn Xklelch, Johnnie Berry, Jim Calihan, Sally Potter, and Denny Benge. Top Row: Harold Hladky, Max Perry, Ray Cermonprez, Jerry Taylor, Don lVoods, Ray Coffman, and David Berkebile. Missing: Nancy Hart and Mary Kay Perry. R. KISTLER,S HOMEROOM Front Row: Maxine Schreiner, Nan- cy King, Marie Boettcher, Roseann Sams, Tenni Colbert, and Pat Mont- gomery. Row 2: Mike Gentry, Di- ane Morris, Kathy Sullivan, JoAnn Mfhitmore, Carolyn Anderson, Mick- ey Akerstrom, and Edward Lund. Row 3: Judy Harder, Joyce lVy- more, Karen Cunningham, Veronica Adams, Gloria Harris. and Patty Peterson. Row 4: Joe Benson, Dan Phelps, Archie Blocher, Eddie Gon- zalez, Suzanne Bordeaux, and Boh l'Veibel. Top Row: Lewis lVoods, Stephen lmlay. Ed Shaffer, David Nelson, Joe Cochran, Don Davidson. Butch lVillett, and Earl Bennett. Missing: Robert Kinter and Ronald Ellwood. Y R. KNECHT'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Charlotte King, Sharon Rogers, Barbara Vincent, Shirley Grooms, Janice Harper, and Hazel Duncan. Row 2: Rose Hawkins, Susie Miller, Mona Myrick, Bob Lunnon, and Andree Fish. Row 3: Bob Deatrick, Shirley Bixel, Sharon Steelman, Kathie Rhodes, Philip Berry, Claudia Crabb, and Mike XVilliams. Row 4: Anne Moriarty, Roy Corber, john Davis, Sharlene l-Iackathorn, john Bortz, Eugenia Van Valkenburgh, jerry Epperson, and Dave Miller. T011 Row: Rob' ert Parrish, Bob Coutcher, Lewis Myers, Alden Harsch, Clifford Flow- ers, Allan Standley, Byron Price, and Jim Goodman. pperclassmen Tease, Scrubs Work On R. LANEY,S HOMEROOM Front Row: Francis Lewis, Lucille Romero, Roberta Block, Pat Fisher. Lynda Owett, and Virginia Helm. Row 2: Joan Scott, Sharon Good- man, Diana lVeese, Donna Glover, Val Shaw, and Barbara Morin. Rau' 3: Mary Cummins, Mary Ellen XVinterburg, Vana Minor, Martha jane Guild, Marya jean Lister, and Geraldine Dayis. Row 4: lVarren Cox, Richard Greenway, Clarence Carpenter, Richard Myer, Rudy Wrenick, Dick Thornburg, Charles Shelton, and Terry Fields. T011 Row: Philip Hale, Lowell Elmore, Larry Leeth, Bob Christopher, Fred Downey, Eugene Ogord, and jim Basile. lllissirrgr joydene Bargman. R. LUND'S HOMEROOM Front Roux' Charlotte Langley, Kathy Gastauer, jane Edmonston. Nancy Lewis, Dean Smith, and Bill McDonald. Row 2: Ardrua Gurden, Carmen Duran, Terry Kelley, Dar. lene Murray, John Lambert, and Harry Ransier. Row 3: Pam Nel- son, Stan KVellborn, Rebecca Ser. rano, Benny Qrtiz, Carolyn Keen, and Darstella Brown. Row 4: Mary Rose, Susan Gable, Judith Reedy. Vivian M'illiams, Kathlyn Hogue, and Nancy Hofwolt. Top Row: Bob Kampsen, Tom Hummer, Paul An- derson, Bob Davis, Gary Brown, Gene Dunn, Gary Sawyer, and Carl Lewis. fi 2 Sophomores- Class cyf ,62 HITTING THE BOOKS just before six-weeks tests are Carla Egli, Marjorie wVilll2lll'lS, Donna Ingenthron, and Al- lan Eberhart in pursuit of coveted A's. 234 R. MeCARTHY'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Sara Gonzales, Lois Stone, Lynda Hutton, Carol Stamm, Lillian Burroughs, and XVanda Lindsey. Row 2: Delores Serna, Judy Jones, Mary Tavares, Susie Patterson, Karen Lehcnbauer, and Steve Stillie. Row 3: Juanita Town, Rebecca Kerr, Carolyn Sharkey, Mary Garcia, Virginia Morstorf, and Ralph Nocktonick. Row 4: Bob Fairchild, Weldon Simpson, Tom Rose, Kathy Duell, Dale Gritten Jr., Georgia Erhart, and Kenny Elder. Top Row: Charles Knox, Jeffery Gillispie, John Lord, Doug Schoen- feldt, Kirke lllest, Albert Landon, Jim Proctor, and Sam Kibble. RS. McCORMICK'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Sandra Akins, Esther Calvillo, Nita Murphy, Alexandra Ramirez, Frances Scott, and Susan Bolan. Row 2: Eric Hawkins, Carol Hannay, Carol Clark, Peggy Schwartz, Neil Snyder, and Pam Pavlick. Row 3: Fred Dickinson, John Mendoza, Patricia Cape, Gin- ger Elliott, Marjorie Williams, and George Montgomery. Row 4: Gale Streeter, Jay James, Bill Patrick, Ralph Sandmeyer, Kathy McKee, Susan Floyd, and Steve Pashman. Top Row: Darrel Smith, Steven Siple, Bill Harrison, Don Hallowell, Verdcll Bugg, Barbara Phillips, and Gary McCoy. Missing: Sharon Anstaett. M R. NEADERHISER'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Priscilla Martinez, Marcia Baughman, Mary Marand, Joan Bunce, Lea Hirschberg, and Loretha Carter. Row 2: Sheila Mus- toe, Mary Meehan, Gwen Quarles, Cherryl Blankenship, Carole Frye, and Nancy Grant.ORow 3: Larry Parrett, Sally Lauterbach, Kathy Shelton, Judy Rogers, Rachel VVil- liams, and Joan Canncron. Row 4: John Wakeman, Nano' Ramsey, Bill Neukomn, Claude Carpenter, Larry Miller, Loren Kliewer, and Joe Mendez. Top Row: Bill Reed, Allan Eberhart, Melvin Streeter, Larry Bast, Mike Hoops, and Ken- neth Dewberry. Newcomers Must Learn New Stuajf Ways ISS PHILLIP'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Jeanice Wells, Marcia Gardner, Martha Valentine, Tessa Jackson, Doyle Smith, and Marcella Bean. Row 2: Gary Scott, Barbara Sue Carroll, Frances Jacobs, Linda Barr, Bobbie Jane Barrows, and Caroline Massey. Row 2: Tod Burns, Barbara Michel, Ann Spain, Sandra Boyd, Kathy Anderson, Marty Mills, and Mike Eden. Row -I: Stephen Cook, Peggy Grove, Pam Rouse, Bruce McCollom, Terry Modlin, Charoltte Miles, and Wayne Sloyer. Top Row: Steve Larson, Kenny Felch, Joe Henton, George Jackson, Charles Shaver, Eddie Swank, Richard Shutt, and Jim Bogart. R. NELSON'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Kathleen Clark, Janet Saylor, Carole Shell, Shirley White, Donna Lovell, and Donavene Ker- ley. Row 2: Connie Ruth, Louisa Singer, Annis Wilde, Karen Feist, and Eddie Osterhout. Row 3: Al- thea Ramseyer, Darlene Long, Paula Grover, Linda Chrastina, Georgia Eutsler, Russell Reed, and Tom Stephenson. Row 4: Ron Flinner, Jolene Rogers, Linda Pape, Buddy Thurston, Connie Johnson, Henry Schulteis, and Byron Richards. Top Row: Dan McConnell, Jon Gill- man, Jim Buffon, Gary Hudson, Darrell Chandley, Joel Lawson, Bruce Jones, and Bill Harris. 35 Sophom ores- Class tj '62 SIGNING IN on Friday mornings with Honor Pep members, pepsters learn that prompt- ness pays off in points. Marilyn Collins, Phyl- lis Lautz, Bob jane Burrows, Paula Grover, Peggy Swartz, Lela Turner, and Susan Yeager. v 236 R. REID'S HOMEROOM Front liow: Margaret Arrendondo, Joanne Huffman, Mary Hlilliams Barbara Carter, Donna Ingenthron, and Mary Geiger. Row 2: Merriam Hammer, Nancy Newman, Judy Hanna, Wanda Scott, Judy Boggs, Ramona Rowley. Row 3: Ted An- derson, Melvin Bartholomew, Ken- neth W'arner, Odette Hugues, Car. olyn Barrett, and Daiga Bresaura. Row 4: Tony Palmer, Larry John- son, David Forrer, jim Payne, Stan Case, and Kit Fordyce. Top Row: john Pileher, Ronald Woods, Bob johnson, Gary Pierre, John Cork- hill. Missing: Joe Shalney and Gene Richards. R. SNYDER'S HOMEROOM Top Row: Gary Walters, Shaaron Long, Evelyn Ramirez, Susan Yea- ger, and Pam Ferazier. Row 2: Lou- is Mora, Marlene Hagewood, Betty Jean Stewart, Brenda Lewis, and Karen Viekery. Row 3: Mary An- guish, Saundra Nelson, Carolyn Riley, Carolyn Reed, Gerald Huff- man, and Bill Fader. Row 4: jack Cobar, Mary McCue, Kenny Brown, Steve Gebbart, Pam Ananis, and Bob Brown. Top Row: Bill Oyler, Eugene Skalla, David Drotts, Harry Flott, Roger Alexander, Jerry Free- man, and Rosemary McCirr. 1 1 R. THOMAS' HOMEROOM Front Row: Kenneth Jessop, La- Verne Forbes, Nancy Guthrie, Sher- ry Harmon, Judy Cook, and Ruth Koons. Row 2: Bobette Lowe, Marianne McElroy, Carol Hawver, Pat Lahey, Christina Colabrese, Brenda Williams, and Kay Forbes. Row 3: Robert Salmon, Ida Odell, Sharon Feist, Sheryl ,Turner, Sharon Walters, Janice Carter, and Xvilliam Greer. Row 4: Betty McCart, Darrel Parr, Gene Robinson, Robert Swit- zer, William Kurtz, David Evans, and Russell Vanover. Top Row: Richard Newton, Gary Oyler, Mich- ael McPherson, Duane Johnson, Patrick Burnau, Gary Adkins, and John Corn. Missing: James Braswell and Mary Tibbs. Gola'-Black joins All As Trqans ISS WHEELER'S HOMEROOM Front Row: Frances Boles, Karen Steinmeyer, Judy Rausck, Mary Martinez, Donna McNeece, and An- gela Umberger. Row 2: Marsha Babicki, Karen McMillin, Sandy Martin, Judith Ash, Shirley Bistline, and Mamie Bean. Row 3: George Emerson, Susan Mau, Georgiana Roberts, Bill Gibbs, Robert Craw- ford, Lyle Avers, and Matthew Mon- real. Row 4: Gary Carlson, Tawn- ey Baxter, Nan Wilkes, Robert Swatzell, Richard Kipling, and Lar- ry Flinn. T011 Row: Jim McHenry, Starks Vincent, John Van Brunt, Jerry Marlatt, Steve Van Hole, John Bennett, and Toni Rose. Missing: Shirley Probat. R. WILLIAMS' HOMEROOM Front Row: Lois Axelton, Marilyn McCoy, Cheryl Golston, Anna Rod- riguez, Tommie Hart, and Carol Carmen. Row 2.' Margie Mills, Johnnie Mah, Judy Dale, McDuHie Bryant, Ralph Spurgeon, Charles Frisbie, and Neil Jones. Row 3: Cherie Wolgast, Martha Ahrens, Lesley Correll, Joy IVaithall, Connie Mast, and Donna Laster. Row 4: Martha Tucker, Penny Ivolfgang, David Runyon, Nancy Haas, Lev- eria Young, and Patricia Ryden. Top Row: Ken Feeley, Steve Cole, Clifford Irwin, Vaughn Eugene YVood, Larry Frost, and Larry Baer. Missing: Theresa Ferguson, Clifford Douglas, and Terrance Smith. 237 TESTS for the czireel' and college-bound. ANNOUNCEMENTS ofthe Great Day May 27, 1960 Q. . V N, . ,. v?f',J'QW'3? 1 , , , 4-+ ?'iif4Z'V if - ,. wwi ', . W ' mmggygi 'V 1'2wf.Q WMM ,M .i ,Q ' hw - Y ,K 1:+- .ff ipm,L.,3, i ,. A I , ,, ., . :wi . .. ,L .. , ' .. Q TT , T , ,i',s2': sfcfwsws ,'w"""'Y K5 - :3fw1,.gi5 111 ,msiffiw ':---f'a:,. :fm N 1-gzfjggp x ff m g -A fvijgffxfsgfw . 1 ,f m ' W g x v 'Nz,,-1 1 X , . M 7 - f -1 f f T gf 5 W S 4 I -- ' . " 'af' '5 ?5?"f'r 'ees?-:7Q.7fi??':ii:1"2, .' .' ?"+".. Q1-',,Ta'iQ, i 5 5 ', f wmv, .43 ' V , .Ia 'fffqw :'gfk..fz2.-fi- 2 , Q ,. 'ba FV ' w 4 , 1'?-Pgf ffy g gy 1'-' N W H' ' Q i - f . is N ' i f 5 f 4 A 31?-iv,," f' ,- ,QT-l?f:, , , 'S 4-YQ' 551 -'xi' .v ?v :M :s g Qgiawmffiiigi- 'Y ' M w wf gi fr f X 5 ' 11' 12:1-W' 1,95 4 ' . ' ' "H i" ' 1 - ' 4' ' " "fi 51 : ' 1 . X: .. 1'w'-: a':f'g -if? - A va Qzpfr- ' TQ ' ws .v 4 A - , T ' , z ki 41" , 'A H . T Q T J 1 . j V. 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Red Cross 33 Sr. Girls' Council3 Dist. Music Fest. 1,23 State Music Fest. 23 Assem- blies l,2,3g Honorable Mention 23 Proc- tor 2.33 Daisy Chain 23 Choir 33 Oper- etta Chorus 23 Special Chorus Operetta 3. ADLER, DICK Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Hi-Y 13 Youth for Christ 1,2,33 Staff All-School Party 1,23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Rep Council 1. AHLSTROM, CONNIE Future Nurses 23 Operetta 2,33 Sr. Glee 23 Jr. Glee 13 Choir 33 Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 Football Cadets 13 Basketball Cadet 13 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Y-Teens 13 Troy Janes 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff Soph. Par- ty 13 Spanish Club 3. AKERSTROM, KAREN Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Sr. Girls' Council3 Sr. Leader3 Troy jane Board 33 Troy Jane Club 33 Intramurals 1,23 Football Game Cadet 23 Modern Dance Club 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Election Board 33 Proctor 1,23 Cafeteria Hostess 33 Ad Solicitor 1,23 Operetta Dancer 1,23 Assemblies 1,2,33 jr. Red Cross 1,23 A.F.S. Club 1,23 Safety Club 1,23 Fu- ture Teachers 1,21 Cast and Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Cast All-School Party 23 Staff All-School Party 3. ALCALA, DAVID ALDRIDGE, JANET Girls' Pep 2,33 Band 2,33 Cafeteria Cashier 2,33 Daisy Chain 2. ALEXANDER, NIARLA Girls' Pep 2,33 Squid Club 2,33 Band 2,33 Future Nurses 33 Proctor 2,33 Pep Band 33 Daisy Chain 23 Honorable Mention 2, ALEXANDER, XIIKE Key Club 1,23 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Science Club 1,233 Band l.2,33 Orchestra l,2,33 Dist. Music Fest. 23 State Music Fest. 23 Honor "T" 23 Math Club 33 Proctor 13 Operetta Orchestra 1,2. ALTMAN, CYNTHIA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Youth for Christ l,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 33 Proctor 33 French Club 3. ANDERSON, BESSIE Girls' Chorus 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Intra- muralsg Assemblies. ANDERSON, CLARA Girls' Pep l,2,3. ANDERSON, DON Football 13 Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,233 Basketball 13 Assemblies 13 Safety Club 33 Hi-Y 2,33 Key Club 33 Science Club 3. ANDERSON, LESLIE XVrestling 13 Boys' Pep 1,23 Intramu- 240 rals l,2,3. ANDERSON, RICHARD Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Science Club 13 junior Play 33 Radio Club 13 Proctor 23 Swim- ming 13 Mfrestling 23 Intramurals 1,2,3. APPENFELLER, DIANA Girls' Pep 13 Co-op Retail Selling Club 33 Business Ed. Club 3. ARMSTRONG, BOB Swimming 13 Intramurals 1.2.33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Band 1. ARRENDONDO, JUANITA AVERS, SONJA Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Proctor 23 Football Cadet 23 Business Ed. Club 33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. AXTON, DAVID Boys' Pep 13 Assemblies 2.3. B BABICKI, JOE Latin Club 1,33 Boys' Pep 2,33 Chess Club 1,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 3. BAER, MAUREEN Girls' Pep 13 Retail Selling Club 33 Daisy Chain 23 Business Ed. Club of Kansas 33 Distributive Ed. Club of America 33 Business Ed. Club 3. BAILEY, FRED Trade School 2,33 Band 13 Proctor 1.2.33 Assemblies 3. BAINBRIDGE, JUDY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chaing Business Co-op Club 3. BAKER, BRUCE Youth for Christ 33 Assemblies 33 Science Club 33 Track 33 Hi-Y 3: Foot- ball 33 Basketball 3. BALANDRAN, JUNITA Library Club 1. BALES, FRANKLIN Boys' Pep 2,33 Science Club l,2,3. BARDSLEY, BETTY Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Squid Club 23 Daisy Chain 23 Spanish Club 2.3. BARDSLEY, WILLIAM Boys' Pep l,2,33 Hi-Y 23 Youth for Christ 1,23 Intramurals 1.2.3, Captain l.2,3. BARHAM, PETE Hi-Y 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 33 jr. Red Cross Council l,2,3, Pres. 33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 A.F.S. Council l,2,3, Vice-Pres. 2: Swim Club 2.3, Pres. 23 Lauri Club 13 Sr. Boys' Council3 Student Council 2,3, Election Comm. 33 Honor "T" 13 All-Time Honor "T" 23 Quill and Scroll 2,33 "T" Club 12,33 Football 13 Swim- ming l,2,3, Co-Captain 33 Staff All- School Party 33 Assemblies l,2,33 Proc- tor 12,33 Masque and YVig 33 Rep Council 13 Alt. Rep Council 23 Golf 1, 23 SUNFLOIVER staff 2,33 Co-Business Manager 23 Sports Staff 33 Press Club 2,33 Ad Solicitor 2. BARNARD, JACK Youth for Christ l,2,3, Officer 23 Proc- tor 2,3. BARNETT, CHERYL Girls' Pep l,2,33 Staff Soph. Party 13 Proctor l.2,33 Sr. Leader. BARR, ROGER Boys' Pep 13 Intramurals l,2,3. BARTELL, MERVIN Boys' Pep 23 Intramurals 2. BARTLETT, FRANK Boys' Pep 1,33 Band 33 Track 1,23 Cross Country l,2. BARTLETT, HARRY Football 13 Intramurals 1,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Rep Council 13 Hi-Y 33 Assem- blies l,2,33 Basketball 1. BARTLETT, STEVE Football 23 Boys' Pep 23 Basketball. BAST, BARBARA Girls' Pep l,2,33 French Club 1,23 Fu- ture Teachers 33 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 23 Honorable Mention 13 Kansas Council on IVorld Affairs Tour 2. BECKWITH, LINDA BELCHER, MAHALA Girls' Pep 2,33 Troy Janes 1,23 Future Nurses l,2,33 Youth for Christ 1,23 Latin Club 23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 2,3. BENNETT, MARCIA Girls' Pep l,2,33 A.F.S. Club 1,2,33 Mod- ern Dance Club 33 Future Teachers 33 Future Homemakers 33 Usher Club l,2,33 Library Club, Pres. 23 Squid Club 33 jr. Red Cross Council 1,2,33 Debate Timekeeper 23 Debate Hostess 3g Proctor 2,33 Basketball Cadet 33 As- semblies3 Honorable Mention 2. BENNETT, SHARRELL Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Homemakers 33 Library Club 2.3, Vice-Pres. 33 Y- Teens 2,33 Honor 23 Proctor 2,33 Daisy Chain 2. BENSON, RICHARD Assemblies 33 Track l,2,33 Latin Club 13 "T" Club 2,33 Hi-Y 33 Boys' Pep 1,23 Sr. Boys' Council3 Basketball l,2,3, Letterman 2,33 Cross Country 33 Sr. I..62'1L161'Q A.F.S. Club 2. BENTZ, RIARILYN Future Nurses l,2,33 Science Club 1,23 Future Teachers 2,33 Latin Club 13 Safety Club 2,33 Debate Timekeeper 23 Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Topeka Youth Court 33 Topeka Youth Council 33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Coun- cil3 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Honor "T" 1,23 'Basketball Cadet 1,23 Football Cadet 1,23 Kansas Council on W'orld Affairs Tour 3. BICKERSTAFF, DICK Football 1,2,33 Track 1,23 XNrestling 23 Swimming Manager 33 Boys' Pep 1,2,3, Sec. 23 A.F.S. Council l,2,33 jr. Red Cross 13 Usher Club 13 Hi-Y 1,33 Key Club 1,23 Soph. Class Pres. 13 Student Congress Pres. 33 Safety Club l,2,3, State Pres. 2,33 Boys' State 23 Intra- murals 12,33 Sr. Leader "T" Club 3: Latin Club 13 Honor "T" 1,23 Proctor 1.33 Cast All-School Party 1: Tennis 33 .-Xssetnblies 1.23: Att. All-School Party King 2. BINNEY, JANICE Girls' Pep 12,33 Football Game Catiet 3: Basketball Cadet 3. BIRD, BILL Science Club 12,33 Intramttrals 13 Boys' Pep 1.2.33 Key Club 1: Rep Council 12,33 Proctor 1,23. BLACKBURN, BETTY Girls' Pep 12,33 Future Nurses 2: Daisy Chain 2. BLAISDELL, ISIARTHA Sr. Leacler: Latin Club 13 jr. Refl Cross Club 13 jr. Rell Cross Council 12,32 Cast Your Sfltlll' 33 "B" '1'eatn-Cheer- leatler 1: Teani-Cheerleacler 2.31 Assemblies 12,33 Sr. Girls' Council: Rep Council 1,23 Honorable Mention 13 Honor 23 Proctor 12,33 Troy jane Boartl 33 Staff jr.fSr. Protn 2: Daisy Chain 2: Usher Club 2.3: lntra- tnurals 12.33 Homecoming Queen fl. BLAKELY, OIVEN Play Staff 1.2,3. BLAKEMAN, MIKE Boys' Pep 1,21 Rep Council 13 Alt. Rep Council 23 Bantl 12,33 Football 1: Basketball l,2,3, Captain 33 Baseball 1.2.33 Club. BOAZ, ANITA Girls' Pep 1,23 Daisy Chain 2: Girls' Glee 3: Chorus 1,2. BOHM, JANICE MARIE Co-op Retail Selling Club 213 Girls' Pep 1.2: Chorus 1,23 Daisy Chain 2. BOLES, THOMAS Assemblies 3: Proctor 12.3. BOOKER, ELLIOTT 'liransfer from Central High School: lntratnurals 13 R.O.T.C. 1.2. BORNHOLDT, TONI Matlrigal Singers 33 Sr. Boys' Council: Boys' Pep 12.33 Football 1.23 Cast Pygniulimz 2: Cast Plain and Fancy 1: Special Chorus Operetta 2: Masque and Mig 1.2.33 Boys' Glee 13 Choir 2.3: lntratnurals 12.33 A.F.S. Club 13 Latin Club 1: .-Xsseniblies 12,33 Rep Council Alt. 2: Dist. Music Fest. 12,33 State Music Fest, 31 Honorable Mention 1: Cast Operetta 3: All-State Chorus 3. BORTZ, DIANA Rep Council 1,23 Alt. Rep Council 3: Latin Club 2,33 Safety Club 2,33 Future Hoinentakers 2,33 Honor Pep 3: Girls' Pep 1.2: Sr. Girls' Council: Honorable Mention 1,23 Choir 2,33 Operetta Chorus 2.33 Seasonal Chrtn. Sr. Girls' Council: Staff Soph. Party 1: Operetta Staff 2.33 Proctor 123 Daisy Chain 2: Dist. Music Fest. 13 Troy jane Club 1: Assemblies 12,31 Chorus :incl Staff Opcretta WHAT the well-dressed cheerleaders DID wear. Kneeling: Chuck Franklin and Ron DeW'eese. Standing: Don Peterson, Harry Bartlett, jerry McElroy-all charmers. BOTTOM, SHIRLEY Y-Teens 12: Girls' Pep 12,32 Topeka Business Etl. Club 33 Daisy Chain 2. BOWVEN, PA MELA Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2.3: Future Teachers 2.3: jr. Recl Cross 13 Future Honieinakers 2,33 Safety Club 12,31 Usher Club 2.3: Alt. Usher Club 13 Modern Dance 2,32 Science Club 12,211 A.F.S. Cottncil 33 Rep Council 1,23 Staff Tish 23 Staff C11l1!'1il',S Amit 13 Assent- blies 12,33 Sr. Leatlerg Honorable Men, tion 1: Honor 2: Spanish Club fl: Staff Lrlitm BOWSER, SONjA Caclct Il: llantl 1,23 Proctor fl: Atl Solicitor 2. BRADLEY, DICK Intramurals 125. BRAMLETT, NORMAN Chess Clttb 12,31 Bantl 1.2: Boys' Pep 1,23. BRANSON, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,23 Sr. Girls' Glee fl: As- semblies 12,3: Daisy Chain 23 Troy janes 1. BRATTON, CAROL Girls' Pep 1,23 Youth for Christ 12.51 Girls' Pep 1,213 Future Nurses 1.3: Play of Kansas 33 Proctor li Daisy Chain 2 241 v . 1 Sr. Girls' C01l11C11Q Business Eel. Club Senior A c1fz'vz'tz'es BRISCOE, RUTH Rep Council 12,33 Choir 33 Red Cross 1,23 Jr. Red Cross Council 33 A.F.S. Club 12,33 French Club 1,23 Safety Club 2,33 Future Teachers 23 Election Board 12,33 Honorable Mention 1,23 Proctor 1.2.33 Assemblies l,2,33 Cast Your Slzou' 33 Sr. Leader: Troy Jane Board 33 Troy Janes 33 Staff Tislz 2: Staff Operetta 13 Operetta Chorus 2,3: Sr. Glee 23 Dist. Music Fest. 13 Debate 'Fimekeeper 1,23 Intramurals 13 Daisy Chain 23 Ad Solicitor 13 Staff and Cast Jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Staff Annstrzxia 13 Staff and Cast All-School Party l,2. BRITT, JIMMIE Transfer from Hershel V. Jenkins High School, Savannah, Georgia: Football 1: Baseball 13 Bridge Club 13 Chess Club 13 Rep Council 13 General H. H. Arnold, IViesbaden, Germany: Football 23 Bridge Club 23 Lettermans Club 2. Vice-Pres. 23 Intramurals 23 Sports Car Club 23 THS: Boys' Pep 33 Baseball 2,33 Football 33 "T" Club 2,33 Rep Council 33 Concession Stand Mlorker 3. BROADNAX, ELSBERY Hi-Y 2,33 "T" Club 33 Boys' Pep 3: Football 1,33 Basketball 23 Baseball 1.2: Track 33 Intramurals 12.3. BRODIE, STEVE BROOKS, DIANE Girls' Pep 1.2.33 Business Ed. Club 33 Co-op Retail Selling Club 3, Class Program Chrm., Parliamentarian 33 Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 33 Dis- tributive Ed. Clubs of America 3. BROIVN, GLORIA Girls' Pep 1,33 Future I-Iomemakers 33 Future Nurses 33 Modern Dance 3: Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Assemblies 33 Girls' Chorus 33 Operetta Dancer 3: Proctor 2. BROWN, JERRY Voc. Printing 2.3: Press Club 2,3. BROWN, JUDY ANN Girls' Pep l,2,33 Troy Jane Board 2: Future Nurses 2.33 Sr. Leader3 Safety Club 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Proctor 2: Daisv Chain 2. BROWVN, JUDY KAY Girls' Pep 1.2.33 Jr. Red Cross Council 2.33 Football Cadet 2,33 Youth for Christ 2.33 Basketball Cadet 33 Library Club 3: A.F,S. Club 1: Intramurals 1,23 Honorable Mention 2: Future Nurses 2.3: Proctor 2.3: Spanish Club 3. BROWVN, UDY MAE J Girls' Pep 1.23 Retail Selling Club: Co-op Retail Selling Club: Distributive Ed. Clubs of America: Modern Dance Club: Orchestra 1.2. BROIVN, LARRY Junior Classical League 13 Chess Club 1.2.33 French Club 1.2.33 Spanish Club 1.2.33 Future Teachers 1.3. AN AUTHENTIC German song was L'ta Zick's contribution to Tour Show. 42 BROWVN, LINDA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Busi- ness Ed. Club of Kansas 33 Debate 'Fimekeeper 23 Football Cadet 23 Base ketball Cadet 3: Intramurals 13 Staff All-School Party 1.2. BROWVN, PHILLIP Boys' Pep 12,33 Key Club 2,33 Alt. Rep. Council 23 Rep Council 33 Staff Jr.- Sr. Prom 1,21 Latin Club 1,23 Intra- murals 1,23 Honorable Mention 1.2. BRUBINIE, DICK Boys' Pep l,2,33 Science Club 33 Intra- murals l,2.33 Basketball 13 Assemblies 13 Safety Club 33 Hi-Y Club 13 Key Club 3. BRUNE, XVILLIAM Boys' Pep 12,33 XV1'L'Sfl1l1g3 Intramurals 1.2.3. BRUNER, JUDITH Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Future Homemakers l,2,33 Historian 2, Sec. 31 Future Teachers 12.33 Y-Teens 1.2, Treas. 23 French Club 13 Science Club 3: Honorable Mention 23 Alt. Rep Council 13 Debate Timekeeper 13 De- bate Hostess 33 Kansas Council on IVorld Affairs Tour 23 Assemblies l: Daisy Chain 2. BRUNSWVICK, GLENDA Girls' Pep 13 Girls' Chorus 123 Sr. Girls' Glee 3: Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 23 Operetta Chorus 3. BUCHANAN, MIKE Football 12,33 Baseball 1,23 Intramu- rals l,2,33 Boys' Pep 12,33 Staff Jr., Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Rep Council 3: Rep Council Alt. 1,23 Math Club 33 Alt. Sr. Boys' Council. BUCK, DICK Boys' Pep 33 Wrestling 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. BURNEY, PHYLLIS Topeka Business Ed. Club 33 Boys' Pep 1. BURROUGHS, ALICE Girls' Pep 132,33 French Club l,2: Proc- tor 23 Assemblies 1.2: Staff AlleSchool Party 3. BUSSELL, CONNIE Girls' Pep 132,31 lfuture Homemakers 2.3: Library Club 1.2.3, Sec.-Trcas. 1.2. Pres. 3: Y-Teens 23 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. Proctor 12,33 Daisy Chain 2. BUTEL, PHYLLIS Transfer from Highland Park: Bowie ing Club 1,23 Skating Club 1.23 Intra- murals l.23 THS: Sr. Leader: Squid Club 2.3: Future Nurses 3: Girls' Pep 2.3. BUTLER, MELVA Transfer from Brookport High School: Girls' Pep 1: Glee Club l3 Future Homemakers 13 Librarian Staff 2: Of- fice Staff 1. BYERS, JERRY Boys' Pep 1.33 Intramurals 1,23 Business Co-op Retail Selling 3: Club of Kansas 3: Dis- Ed. Club 33 Business Ed. lributive Ed. Club of America 3: Band 13 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. BYRNE, ED Football 13 Track 1: Boys' Pep 1.2: Intramurals 1.2.3, Captain l,2,33 Debate 2: Nat'l Forensic League 2.3. C CAIN, PATTY Class Social Chairman 12.33 A.F.S. Council 1.2.33 Jr. Red Cross l,2, Coun- cil 33 French Club 1: Girls' Pep 1.23 Honor Pep 33 Future Homemakers 2.3: Future Teachers 33 Honorable Mention 13 Honor 23 Sr. Girls' Council: Debate 1.2.33 Debate Letter- man 2.3: Chairman ol' Debate Time! keepers Committee 33 Nafl For-music League 1.2.31 Alt. Lslier Club 2.3: Kan- sas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Proctor 1.33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff All- School Party 2: Assemblies 1.2.31 .-Kd. Solicitor 2. CAIRL, JULIA ANN Girls' Pep 12,33 Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Chorus l: Jr. Glee 23 Staff Jr.ASr. Prom O CALDIVELL, JAMES Golf 12,33 Proctor 2,33 Bois' Pep 1.2. CALLOWAY, CAROLINE Girls' Pep 1.23 Latin Club 1.2.33 Fu- ture Nurses 1.23: Spanish Club 3. CARRINGTON, JOHN Intramurals 1.2.31 Boys' Pep 2.3: Sr. leader: Football 1: Club 3: Wlrestling 2,33 Cross Country 33 Hi-Y 2,33 Track 2,33 Proctor 1,2.3. CARROLL, SYLVIA Daisy Chain 23 Football Cadet 33 Girls' Pep 3. CARSON, RONNIE CARTER, AIMELIA CARVER, SANDRA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses l,2,33 jr. Red Cross 13 Daisy Chain 23 Proc- tor 3. CAWTHON, WILLIAM Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep 1.2.31 Science Club l,2,33 Chorus l,2,33 Oper- etta Chorus 2,33 Assemblies l,2,3. CAZIER, ROSALIE ANN Girls' Pep 1,23 Topeka Business Ed. Club 33 Latin Club 13 Assemblies l,2. CLARK, ALITA Transfer from Great Bend High- School: Girls' Pep l,2Q Future Home- makers 1,23 Dayetts 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 THS: Girls' Pep 33 Topeka Busi- ness Ed. Club 3. CLARK, GEORGETTA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses l,2,3. CLARK, JUDY Daisy Chain 23 Squid Club 2. CODY, RONALD Swimming 2. COHEN, CALLAN Boys' Pep 2,33 Baseball 23 French Club 1. COLE, LINDA Girls' Pep lg Modern Dance Club 2.33 Squid Club 2,33 Majorette l,2, Head Majorctte 33 Daisy Chain 23 Sr. Leader3 Alt. Usher Club 3: Cast Your Slzmu 33 Assemblies 1.2.3. COLTON, BUZZ Boys' Pep l,2,33 Key Club 13 .Assemblies 1.2.33 Staff All-School Party 1,23 Mask Rc Wig 1.2.33 Chorus li Choir 23 Mad- rigal Singers 2,33 Dist. Music Fest. l,2,33 State Music Fest. 1.2.33 Thespians 1,23 Operetta l,2,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. COMER, JERRY Intramurals l,2,3. COOK, GARRY Trade School Machine Shop 2.3. COOK, SKIP Swimming Letterman l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,3Q "T"-Club l,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council3 Swim Club 2.33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Honor "T" 2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Proc- tor l,2,33 Concession Stand Xvorker l,2,33 Marching Band 1.2.3. COOK, JERRY COOK, IOANN Transfer from Leavenworth High School: Girls' Pep 23 Youth for Christ 23 Proctor 23 THS: Girls' Pep 1.33 Youth for Christ 1. COOK, MAUREEN French Club 13 Future Teachers 1,2.3: Future Homemakers l,2,33 Girls' Pep 1.23 Honor Pep 33 Basketball Cadet 2: Football Cadet 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Rep Council 3: Daisy Chain 22 Proctor 1.2.33 Spanish Club 1.23 As- semblies li Future Homemakers 3, Historian 3. COOKSON, KAY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Future Teachers 33 Assemblies 1.2.33 Band SOUTH-of-the-Border guests enjoy their vacation Trojan- style. Alfonso Balmori, Yolanclo Pontones, Eduardo Balmori. l,2,33 Operetta l,2,33 Orchestra l,2,33 Dist. Music Fest. l,2,33 State Music Fest. l,2,3. COOPER, DONNA Girls' Pep l,2,3. COOP, HARRY Staff Your Show 33 Track l,2,3. CORKILL, JIM CORNEJO, GUADALUPE COTTLE, CAREN Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club lg Future Teachers 13 Business Ed. Club 1. COURTER, TERRY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 13 Science Club 33 Future Teachers l,2,33 Future Homemakers 2,33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Coun- cilg Debate Tirnekeeper 33 Proctor l,2,3. COVERT, KATHY Rep Council l,2, Att. Clerk 2, Sec. 33 A.F.S. Council l,2,33 Jr. Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 Latin Club 1, Pres. 13 Proctor 2,33 jr. Glee 13 Accompanist Sr. Glee 23 Trojanairres 23 Choir '33 Staff Operetta l,2,33 Operetta Dancer 2,33 Dist. Si: State Music Fest. 1,23 Honor "T" 13 All-Time Honor "T" 23 Usher Club 2,33 Debate Timekeeper 23 State Safety Conv. Hostess 1,33 Safety Club l,2,33 Science Club 13 Staff Tish 23 Quill 84: Scroll 2,3, Treas. 33 Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Coun- cilg Assemblies l,2,33 Election Board 33 Daisy Chain 23 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 jr. Assoc. Edi- tor SUNFLOWER 23 Editor SUN- FLOWER 33 Ad Solicitor 2,33 Masque k Wig 2,31 City Govn. Day 33 Staff All-School Party 1,23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 9. COWAN,JOYCE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Teachers l Future Homemakers 33 Proctor 1,2,3 Staff Taming of the Shrew 13 Daisy Chain 2. COWVSERT, BOB Boys' Pep l,2,3. CRANDALL, DIANE Assemblies li Girls' Pep 1,23 Rep Council 1. CRANK, BETSY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses 13 Cafe teria Hostess lg Daisy Chain 23 jr Glee 13 Spanish Club l,2,i Sr. Glee 2 Proctor 1,21 Assembly 1. CRIDER, GARY Boys' Pep l,2,33 Chess Club li Golf l Intramurals 1. CRITCHLOW, WALTER Trade School Radio 33 Band 1,23 Proc- tor 33 Cafeteria Proctor 2. CRITCHLOW, WILLIAM Trade School Radio 2,33 Proctor 2,3 Band 1. CROTHERS, PENNY Science Club 3. CROWE, CHARLOTTE Proctor 23 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Spelling Bee l. CRUMPTON, DARRYL Baseball l,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,23 Sr Leaderg Intramurals l,2,33 Cast Your Show 33 Swimming l. 243 Senzbr A ctz'vitz'es CUEVAS, MAXINE Girls' Pep 15 Business Ed. Club 35 Co- op Retail Selling Club 35 Part-Time Business Club 3. CUMMINS, KURT Plays l,2,35 Programs l,2,35 Shows l,2,35 Light Director 1,2,3. CURRY, SUSAN Girls' Pep l,2,35 Science Club 25 Squid Club 2,3, Program Chrm. 35 Modern Dance Club 2,3, Sec. 35 French Club 1, Treas. 15 Football Cadet 23 Proctor 1,25 Cafeteria Hostess 35 A.F.S. l,2,35 jr. Red Cross l,2, Council 35 Alt. "A" Team Cheerleader 35 Sr. Leaderg Honor "T" 25 Future Teachers 25 Honorable Mention 15 Daisy Chain 25 Cast All- Sehool Party 25 Operetta Dancer 25 Safety Club 2,35 Assemblies l,2,35 Elec- tion Board 35 Safety Conv. Hostess 25 Att. All-School Party Queeng Staff Tislz 25 Staff Mr. Roberts 3. CUSHING, JOHN Hi-Y l,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Cross Coun- try l,2. D DACQUET, PATRICIA Business Ed. Club 35 Retail Selling Club 35 Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 35 Distributive Ed. Club of America 3. DANGERFIELD, JOYCE Girls' Pep 25 Proctor 2,35 Latin Club l,2,3. DAVERN, JOHN Boys' Pep 25 Swimming 15 Proctor 15 Intramurals 1. DAVERN, PAT Girls' Pep l,2,35 Future Nurses l,2,3, Vice-Pres. 35 Future Teachers 35 Proc- tor l,25 Football Cadet 25 Daisy Chain 25 Safety Club 25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. DAVIS, BARBARA Science Club 1,2,3, Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 35 French Club 2,35 Latin Club 15 Troy jane Board 15 Modern Dance Club 2.35 Girls' Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 Staff Taming of the Shrew and Cl1r1rIie's Aunt 15 Staff Soph. Party 15 Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 25 Alt. Rep Council 1,35 Science Fair Trip to Chicago 25 A.F.S. Council l,2,3. DAVIS, BOB Boys' Pep 15 Rep Council 25 Intra- murals 1.2.3. DAVIS, DALE Boys' Pep 35 Track l,2,35 Intramurals 2.3. DAVIS, GARY Chess Club 3. DAVIS, JED Basketball 1.2.35 Tennis l,2,35 Cross Country 25 Boys' Pep l,2,35 A.F.S. Council l,2,35 French Club 15 Key Club 1,35 Hi-Y 1,2, Sec. 25 Red Cross 244 Council l,2,35 Play Staff 35 Assemblies l,2,35 Sr. Boys' Council5 Rep Coun- cil 1,2, Vice-Speaker of the House 2: Alt. Rep. Council 35 Honor "T" 1,25 Intramurals Captain l. DAVIS, LEROY Football 35 Track 25 Club 35 ln- tramurals 1,2,3. DAVIS, RICK Boys' Pep l,2,35 Proctor 2.3. DAWSON, JANET Girls' Pep 2,35 Att. Queen of Courts 3. DEATRICK,-TOM Boys' Pep5 Intramurals. DEETER, KIRBY Boys' Pep l,2,35 Key Club l,2,35 Intra- murals 1,2,35 jr. Red Cross 1,25 Track 15 Sr. Boys' Council5 Or- chestra 15 All-Time Honor 15 Honor 25 Dist. Music Fest. 1: Band l,2,33 Assemblies l,2,35 Safety Club 15 Student Council l,2,35 Staff All-School Party l,2,35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Homecoming Escort 35 Soph. Class Repg Junior Class Rep5 Senior Class Pres. DEITRICK, BEV Band l,2,35 Girls' Pep l,2,35 Proctor l,2,35 Library Club 2,35 Debate Time- keeper 1,25 Intramurals 15 Assembly 25 Daisy Chain 2. DERBY, FARRIS Trade School Ivelding. DESORMIERS, DAVID Wrestling 35 Choir 35 Boys' Glee 25 Sr. Leaderg Track 2,35 Cross Country 2,35 Operetta 2,3. DEWEIISE, RON Usher Club 1.2.35 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Foot- ball l,25 Track 2,35 Cross Country 35 Swimming 25 Intramurals l,2,3. DEWEY, NANCY Girls' Pep l,2,35 Latin Club 15 Proctor 1.2.35 Future Teachers 1. DIAMOND, LLOYD Boys' Pep 1. DICKSON, MARTI Girls' Pep l,2,35 Future Nurses 2,35 Usher Club 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Foot- ball Cadet 15 Proctor l. DOLGOFF, BOB Debate l,2, Letterman 1,25 Speech and Drama Fest. 1,25 Nat'l Forensic League l,2,35 Boys' State 25 Alt. Rep Council 1,25 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,35 A.F.S. Exchange Student to France 35 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Honor "T" 1,25 K.U. Math IVorkshop 25 Key Club l,2,35 Latin Club 15 French Club 1,25 Safety Club 15 Assemblies l,2,3. DOMINGUEZ, JOHN Boys' Pep 1,25 Proctor, DOUGLASS, DICK DOUGLASS, RICHARD Boys' Pep l,2,35 Key Club 2,35 Proctor 1,25 Math Club 35 Rep Council 35 Honorable Mention 25 Intramurals 2. DOIVNS, BIIKE Chess Club 1,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 2. Pres. 35 Proctor 3. DOYLE, DANNY Football 15 Track 15 Boys' Pep 1.2.35 Key Club 2. DRESCHER, BONNIE Girls' Pep l,2,35 French Club 35 Daisy Chain 2. DRUMMOND, MARILYN Girls' Pep l,2,35 Assemblies l,2,35 jr. Glee l: Trojannaires 2: Madrigals 32 Choir 2,35 Operetta 2,35 Dist. Music Fest. l,2,3, State 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Football Cadet 25 Ad Solicitor 25 Honorable Mention 25 Troy Jane Board 15 Cafeteria Cashier 15 Math Club 31 Sr. Girls' Council5 Operetta 3. DUCKWORTH, BOB Intramurals l,2,3. DUCLOS, VIRGINIA DUNCAN, MARCIA Transfer from junction City High School: A Cappella Choir 1,25 Operetta 1.25 Rhythmaires 25 Yuletide Fest. 1.25 Usher Club 15 Kayettes 25 THS: Girls' Pep 35 Choir 35 Operetta Chorus 3. DUNN, NANCY Cast All-School Party 1,35 Student Director Laura 35 Play Staff 35 Sr. Leaderg Sec. Student Council 25 Staff .Xll-School Party l,2,35 French Club 1.25 Staff Soph. Party 15 Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Debate Hostess l,2,35 Speech and Drama Hostess 15 Proctor l,2,35 jr. Red Cross l,2,35 A.F.S. Club l,2,35 Safety Club l,2,35 Library Club 25 Masque and Iilig 35 Modern Dance Club 2,35 Chairman Class Project 25 .-Xssemblies l,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Honor "T" 25 Staff jr.-Sr, Prom 2. OO-OOPS!!! What will Nurse Boon say now? Sally Francis is now su- perstitious about Friday the 13th. DURAN, CHARLES Intramurals I,2,3Q Football 2,33 Trade School Photography 2,33 Boys' Pep 3. DUTTON, MIKE Rep Council 1,23 Latin Club 13 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Assemblies 23 Key Club 1,23 Football lg Swimming 1,23 Honorable Mention 1. E EAKEN, SHARON Girls' Pep 13 Future Nurses 2. EASTHAM, MIKE Transfer from Clovis High School, Clovis, N.M,: Football Manager 1,23 Basketball Manager 13 Baseball Man- ager 13 Track Manager 23 Mr. Friendly 2: THS: Hi-Y 33 Intra- murals 3. EATON, pam A.F.S. Council l,2,33 jr. Red Cross l,2,33 French Club lg Future Teachers 2,33 Safety Club 2,33 Nat'1 Forensic League 13 Daisy Chain 23 Masque and Wig lg Election Board 33 Speech and Drama Fest. 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Staff All-School Party 1,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Honor- able Mention 13 Debate Timekeeper 1,23 Ad Solicitor 1,23 Proctor l,2,33 Play Staff 3. EBERHART, ALICE Assemblies 33 Masque and Wig 2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 A.F.S. Club 33 Latin Club I,2Q Future Teachers l,2,33 Your Show 33 Play Staff 2,33 Honor "T" 23 Honorable Mention 13 Library Proc- tor li Choir 33 Orchestra 2,33 Operetta l,2,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. EBERHART, JEAN Debate Letterman l,2,33 Nat'l Forensic League l,2,3, Treas. 33 Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,3, Comm. Chrm. 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,3, Sec. 33 WORLD Staff 2,33 Ad Solicitor 13 Quill and Scroll 2,33 jr. Red Cross Council l,2,33 Honor 13 All-Time Honor "T" 23 Usher Club 2,33 French Club l,2,3, Vice-Pres. 2,33 Safety Club l,2,33 Hostess Safety Convention 2,33 Math Club 2.3, Vice-Pres. 33 Science Club 23 Sr. Girls' Council3 Alt. Rep. Council3 Alt. Girls' State3 High School Leadership Dayg Kansas Council on Foreign and Domestic Affairs 2,3, State Sec. 33 Dist. Speech and Drama Fest. 23 Nat'l Forensic League State Speech Contest 23 Staff Soph. Party 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Jr. Project Comm. Chrm.3 Staff All-School Party 33 Staff Tislz 23 Masque and Hlig 2,33 Proc- tor 3g Speech and Drama Fest. Host- ess 13 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Press Club l,2,33 Troy Janes 1' Laura 33 City Govn. Day 3. EDELBLUTE, PEGGY Girls' Pep 1,23 Sr. Leaderg Staff Soph. Party 1. EDSALL, Jon EGLI, DICK Boys' Pep 1,2,3. EKDAHL, joN Football 13 A.F.S. Council l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals 33 Latin Club 1,23 Safety Club 1,2,3, Pres. 33 Key Club l,2,33 Math Club 2,33 Usher Club 2,33 jr. Red Cross 1,23 Honor "T" 13 A11- Time Honor "T" 23 Sr. Boys' Council3 Alt. Rep Council 1,23 Debate l,2,3, Letterman 2,33 Nat'l Forensic League l,2,33 Proctor 33 Assemblies l,2,33 Masque X Wig: Foreign Exchange Stu- dent to Germany 23 Soph. Rep 13 Vice-Pres. Jr. Class3 Vice-Pres. Senior Class3 Escort Homecomingg Host Safety Convention 2,33 Boys' Stateg City Govn. Day 33 Staff Soph. Party 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party l,2,33 Business Manager Plays 2,3. EKLUND, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 3g Future Nurses l,2,33 Science Club 2,33 Latin Club 13 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 3. ELIOT, AL ELTING, BUSTER Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Kan- sas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Honorable Mention 1,23 Spanish Club 1,33 Jr. Red Cross 1,23 A.F.S. Club 1,23 Staff All-School Party 2. ENGELBRECI-IT, ROBERT Boys' Pep l,2,33 French Club 13 Intra- murals l.2,33 Sr. Leader. EWVBANK, RUSSELL Assemblies 2,33 Boys' Chorus 23 33 Operetta 2,33 Chess Club 3. Choir F FAUST, DON Boys' Pep 1,33 Chess Club 33 Intramu- rals l,2,33 Hi-Y 1. FELCH, MILDRED Retail Selling 33 Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 33 Voc. Part-Time Business Club 33 Co-op Retail Selling Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3. FEYH, CHARLES Debate Letterman 2,33 Intramurals 1: Boy's Pep l,2,33 Safety Club 13 Assem- blies gl Alt. Rep Council 33 Debate 2,33 Key Club l,2,33 Tennis 13 Nat'l Forensic League 2,3. FINK. CAROLYN Girls' Pep l,2,33 French Club 13 Future Nurses 12,33 Future Homemakers 1,23 Youth for Christ 2,33 Library Proctor 13 Daisy Chain 23 Y-Teens 13 jr. Red Cross 1.2. FINK, ELAINE Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 A.F.S. Club 1,23 A.F.S. Council 33 French Club 1.2, Sec. 1, Pres. 23 Safety Club l.2,3: Math Club 33 Science Club 33 jr. Red Cross Club 1.23 jr. Red Cross Council 33 2nd place in essay contest: Staff Ir.- Sr. Prom 23 Play Staff 23 Staff Sc Cast All-School Party 33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Coun- cil 33 Honorable Mention3 Assemblies 1960 Red Cross Drive. l,2,33 Kansas Council on Xforld Affairs Tour 23 Debate Timekeeper 2: Daisr Chain 23 Ad Solicitor 1.2: Proctor 1.2.3. FISHER, SANDRA Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses 33 Play Cadet 33 Science Club 33 Spanish Club 2.33 Chorus 1: .Xs- Semblies l,2. FITZGIBBONS, SAMMY FLENIING, LESLIE Voc. Photography l,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,3. FLOTT, DIANE Girls' PCPQ Honor Pep 2,33 Future Teachers 1,23, Vice Pres. 2. Pres. 3: Intramurals 1: lr. Red Cross 1, Coun- cil 2,33 A.F.S. Club 2.33 A.l".S, Exchange Nominee 2: Safety Club 2,33 Honorable Mention 13 Debate 'Fimekeeper 23 Atl Solicitor lg Masque Wig 23 Play Staff 3: Kansas Council on World Af- fairs Tour 2: Proctor 13 Operetta 1: Daisy Chain '23 Spanish Club 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. FOCKELE, FRED FORBES, HERBERT Assemblies 23 Boys' Pep 2. FORBES, LARRY FOSTER, BEVERLY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Proctor 3. FOSTER, DAVID Boys' Pep l,2,33 I11II'2i111L1I'3lSQ Voc. Printing 1,2,3. FOSTER, LAVONNE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Girls' Chorus 23 Daisy Chain. FOSTER, MARY Transfer from Hayden High School. Topeka: Debate 1, Girls' Pep 33 Future Nurses l,2, Sec. 23 Alt, Rep Council 23 Legion of Marv 2. Vice Pres. 1.2: C.Y.O. l,2,33 T.H.S.: Girls' Pep 33 Fu- ture Homeinakers 33 Proctor 2,33 Cor. Day 2,3. 245 Senior A c1fz'vz'tz'es FRANCIS, SALLY Sr. Class Rep. Pres. of Combined Girls' Pep 33 Honor Pep 2,33 Girls' Pep 13 Program Chairman 23 Student Council 3, Treas. 33 Rep Council 1,23 A.F.S. Council l,2,33 Science Club 2,33 French Club. 1,23 Safety Club l,2,33 Usher Club l,2,33 Library Club 1,23 Future Teachers 33 SUNFLONVER Staff 33 Press Club 3g Honor "T" I,2Q Play Staff 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff All-School Party 2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Election Board 23 Proctor 1,23 Debate Hostess 1,23 Speech and Drama Fest. Hostess 13 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Ad Solicitor l,2. FRANCOM, JULIE Library Proctor l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Homemakers 33 Future Teach- ers 33 Daisy Chain 23 Spanish Club 33 Future Business Leaders of America 3. FRANKLIN, GEORGE Football l,2,33 Boys' Pep 2,33 Basket- ballg Track 13 Proctor 3. FRAZIER, JAMES Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Play Cadets 13 Science Club 13 Proctor 13 Band l,2,33 Assemblies 2. FREEMAN, FREDERICK FREEMAN, HARRY Intramurals l,2,3. FREER, DAVID Intramurals 1.2.3. FREIENMUTH, RICHARD Press Club 2,3Q Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Ad Solicitor 2,33 .SUN- FLOWER Staff 33 Photographer 2,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. FRENCH, LOUISE Thespians3 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Asst. Pub. Chrm. of Y-Teens 1, Pres. 2,32 Midwest Summer Con. Y-Teens Exec. 33 Mem- ber Rep Midwest Region at Nat. Plan- ning Conf. 23 Nom. to the 'White House Conf. on Children and Youth 33 Daisy Chain 23 Operetta 23 Assem- blies 33 Football Cadet 33 Proctor 33 Masque X Wig l,2,33 Staff Anastasia, Staff Taming of the Shrew 13 Staff Tish 23 Staff Pygmalion 23 Asst. Di- rector of M'Ister Roberts 33 Mexico Tour 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. FRENCH, NANCY Transfer from Shawnee Mission North High School: Student Council Comm. 13 Girls' Pep I3 French Club 13 Y-Teens 13 THS: Girls' Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Club 23 Safety Club 2,33 Future Teachers 33 jr. Red Cross 2,33 Press Club 2,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Debate Timekeeper 23 XVORLD Staff 33 Proctor 33 Basketball Cadet 23 Play Cadet 23 Daisy Chain 23 Gov't Day 3. FREY, JANET Masque Sc 1Vig 23 Youth Symphony 2,33 Latin Club 13 Daisy Chain 23 String Ensemble 2,33 Orchestra 2.3, Business Manager 33 Dist. Music Fest. 246 SIGHT for sore eyes-Bill lNIcBride at the Honor Pep Hallowe'en Party. 2,33 State Music Fest. 2,33 Operetta Orchestra 2,33 Math Club 33 Safety Club 23 jr. Spelling Assembly3 County Gov't Day 33 Staff Tish 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Future Teachers l,2,33 Press Club 33 Your Show 33 As- semblies 2,33 Honorable Mention 13 Honor "T" 23 VVORLD Staff 33 Staff Operetta 3, Quill and Scroll 3. FRICKEY, KENNY Cross Country 2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Track 33 Wrestling 23 Voc. Printing 2,3. FRICKEY, TWILA JO Girls' Pep l,2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Youth for Christ 2,33 French Club 13 Cast All-School Party 13 Your Show 33 Mod- ern Dance 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Troy jane Board 13 Intramurals 13 Staff Operetta 2,33 Honorable Mention 23 Proctor '23 Daisy Chain 23 Choir 33 Madrigal Singers 33 Trojanettes 23 Operetta Chorus 2,33 Dist. Music Fest. l,2,33 Staff Soph. Party 13 State Music Fest. 2,33 Sr. Glee 23 jr. Glee Ensemble 1. G GAINES, MELVIN Trade School Auto Mech, 2,33 Boys' Pep 13 Proctor 1,33 Band 1. GAITHER, MAX Boys' Pep l,2,33 Football 2,33 Basket- ball 1,23 Baseball l,2,33 "T" Club 2,33 Hi-Y 3. GARCIA, DIEGO GARDNER, GALE Sr. LC21LlCI'3 Troy jane Board 33 Future Nurses l,2,33 Science Club 13 A.F.S. Club 13 Assemblies 1,23 Modern Dance Club 23 Safety Club 23 Jr. Red Cross 13 Alt. Rep Council 33 Kansas Coun- cil on Ivorld Affairs Tour 23 Proctor 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Troy Janes 23 Youth for Christ 2. GAY, ROBERT Football l,2,33 Youth for Christ l,2,3Z Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club 2,33 Track 2,33 Assemblies l,2,3. GIBBS, CHARLES Trade School Electricity 2.3. GILBERT, GARY Intramurals l,2. GILBERT, GEORGIA Squid Club 33 Future Nurses 33 Sr. Leaderg Girls' Pep 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Troy jane Board 33 Latin Club 33 Troy Janes 3. GILGER, GLENDA Latin Club lg Youth for Christ l,2,33 Girls' Pep 2,33 Future Teachers 13 Daisy Chain 23 Spanish Club 2.3. GILL, JIM Boys' Pep 23 Cross Country lg Basket- ball l,2.33 Intramurals l.2,33 "T" Club 2,3. GLADFELTER, LEE Alt. Rep Council 1,33 Science Club 33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Safety Club 33 Math Club 33 HT" Club 33 Key Club l,2,33 Honorable Mention 23 Sr. Boys' Coun- cilg Tennis Letterman 23 Cast All- School Party 33 Assemblies 2. GLANVILLE, NIARCIA Assemblies l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Y- Teens 1,23 Proctor 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Band l,2,33 Business Ed. Club 3. GLENDENING, DAVE Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Choir 33 Cast illistrr Itolzerts 33 Oper- Etta 33 Masque K Wig 33 Assemblies 33 French Club 1. GOODMAN, MARY KAY Future Teachers 1.2.33 Latin Club 13 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Proctor 13 Future Homemakers 2,33 Debate 23 Debate Timekeeper 33 Sr. Girls' Glee En- semble 23 Daisy Chain 23 Math Club 33 Choir 33 Operetta 2,3. GRABER, VAUGHN Transfer from Moundridge High School: Football 1,23 Basketball 1,21 Track 13 Band 1,23 Dist. Music Fest. 13 Reg. Music Fest. 13 T.H.S.: Band 2,33 Golf 23 Intramurals 2. GRAGERT, PAT Football Cadet 23 Sr. Leaderg Safety Club 13 Modern Dance Club 2,33 Squid Club 2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Assemblies 1.2.33 Proctor l,2,33 Intramurals 23 Troy jane Board 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Daisy Chain 23 jr. Red Cross 1. GRAGG, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Squid Club 23 Y-Teens 2.3, Inter-Club Coun- cil Rep 33 Daisy Chain 23 Intramurals 23 Proctor 33 Alt. Rep Council 33 Safety Club 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. GRANT, JANET Girls' Pep l,2,33 Debate Timekeeper 23 Library Club 2,31 Safety Club 2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 A.F.S. Club l,2,33 jr. Red Cross l,2,33 Proctor 2.33 Mod- ern Dance Club 33 Sr. Leaderg Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party l,2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Election Board 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Ad Solicitor 1.2. GRAY, CATHY Cirls' Pep 1.2.35 lfuture Teachers 2.3: lfuture Hoinetnakers 35 Daisy Chain 2: Proctor 1,35 Latin Club 25 Staff All Stliool Party 35 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2, llooiball Cadet 35 liasketball Cadet 1.3. GREEN, JULIE "B" Team Cheerleader 15 Girls' Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 Cast All-School Party 25 Cast Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Casl- Staff Operetta 25 Assemblies 1,25 Proc- tor 1.35 Sr. Glee 25 jr. Glee l: Trojan- ettes 25 French Club 15 A.1".S. Club 1.2535 Safety Club l.2,35 jr. Red Cross 1,235 Choir 35 Dist. Music Fest. 1,2, State 25 Thespians 25 Cast C'I!flI'l1.f"S Aunt 15 Cast Prgmnlion 2. GREENE, RICHARD Boys' Glee 3: Youth for Christ 1.2.35 Staff Operetta 2. GREENYVOOD, DAVYDD Dance Band l,2.35 Spanish Club 2.3. GREER, ELIZABETH Assemblies l.2,3: Cast All-School Partv 2,35 Girls' Pep 15 Honor Pep 2.3. Pres. 35 jr. Red Cross 15 Council 2,35 A.F.S. Club 15 Council 2.3. Pgm. Chrm. 35 Sr. Girls' Council 35 Latin Club 1.25 Alt. Rep Council 3: Debate Tiniekeeper 1,25 Proctor l,2,35 Honorable Mention 1,25 Staff Anf1.stf1.xir1 1: Staff Taming of Iliff Sliwfu' 15 Staff Tisli 25 Staff Pygmalion 25 Cast Mister Roberts 3: Masque and Mig 1.2.35 Thespians 2.3. Sec. 25 Att. Queen of Courts 3. GREY, VIRGINIA Girls' Pep 15 Co-op Retail Selling Club 3: Business Ed. Club 3, Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 3: Distributive Ed. Clubs of America GRIFFITHS, BILL Business Ed. Club 35 Retail Selling Club 35 Golf 1. GRISHABI, BURMA Girls' Pep 2.3. GROOMS, ALBERT Chess Club 1: Boys' Pep GROSS, BOB Boys' Pep 1.2.31 Masque 'Wig 2.3: Thespians 2,35 Assemblies l.2.3: Latin Club 15 Chess Club 1: 1.2.35 Debate 2: Choir 3: 2: Staff All-School Parts Sr. Prom 3: Operetta Mention 2. GROVE, DOUGLAS Swimming 1: Intramurals 3. GRUNEWVALD, ROBERT Football 1.2.35 Baseball V Pep 152,35 Proctor 2.3: Intramurals 2, 3: "T" Club 3. GURSS, SHARROL Girls' Pep 1.25 "A" Team Cheerleader 3: Modern Dance Club 3: Troy' jane Club 3: Usher Club 152,35 Squicls Club 35 "Your Shown 25 Assemblies 1.2.35 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council: Rep Council 1: Proctor 2.3: Daisy Chain 25 Staff lr.-Sr. Prom 2: Cast Operetta 15 Staff All- School Parts' 2. GUTIERREZ, GENERO Intramurals 2.3. Intramurals Science Club 1: Staff 1.3: Honorable 1.23: Boss' H HAEFNER, KENNY Boys' Pep 35 Press Club 35 SUN- FLOIYER Staff 3: XVORLD Staff 33 Quill e sewn 3. HAGGARD, GLORIA Girls' Pep. HALEY, ANN Girls' Pep l,2,35 Squid Club 2,35 Mod- ern Dance Club 25 Safety Club 25 Alt. Rep Council 35 Sr. Leader: Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 25 Future Teachers 25 Daisy Chain 25 Spanish Club 3. HAM, RUTH Future Nurses 2,35 Youth for Christ 3: Retail Selling Club 35 Business Ed. Club 35 Girls' Pep 1. HANIILTON, ALBERT Boys' Pep 1. HAMILTON, HUD Boys' Pep l,2,35 Intramurals l,2,3: Key Club 1.2. HAMILTON JUDY Usher Club 35 jr. Red Cross 1,25 A.F.S. 1,25 Library Club 1,25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Daisy Chain 25 Alt. Rep Council 1,25 Rep Council 35 Football Cadet 2: Staff All-School Party 35 Spanish Club 1,2,35 Proctor 1.2.31 Science Club 2: Honorable Mention 15 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Safety Club 2. HAMILTON, TOM Boss' Pep 1,235 A.F.S. 15 A.F.S. Coun- cil 2,35 Latin Club 1.2, Treas. 25 Key Club l,2,3, Kaus. Dist. Newsletter Edi- tor 35 Math Club 3: Sr. Boys' Council: Alt. Rep. Council 25 Rep Council 3. Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Honorable Men- tion 15 Honor "T" 2: Debate l,2,3. Letterman 25 Nat'l Forensic League l,2,3, Vice Pres. 3: Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 2. HAMPTON, WILLIE Girls' Chorus 15 junior Glee 25 Daisy Chain 25 Sr. Glee 3: Future Nurses 3: Girls' Pep 1. HANEY, DEANNA Girls' Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 XYORLD Staff 35 Future I-Iomemakers5 Proctor 1,2535 Daisy Chain 25 Press Club 2.3: Quill Se Scroll 3. HANLEY, BECKY Girls' Pep 1.2.35 Daisy Chain 2. HANNA, LARRY Transfer from XVashburn Rural5 Band 1.25 Dance Band 25 Talent Show 2: Dist. Music Fest. 1.25 Play 25 Operetta 25 Basketball 11 Safety Club 1,25 Hi-Y 1: Ass't Football Mgr. 15 T.H.S.: Boys' Pep 35 Intramurals 3: Band 35 Orches- tra 3: 1l'oodwind Quintet 3: Assemblv 3. HARBAIIGH, LONNA Science Club l.2,3: Play Cadet 1,2,3: Girls' Pep 1,35 Latin Club 15 Future Teachers 1: Honorable Mention 1.2: Cafeteria Proctor 1.2: Proctor 3. HARPER, PAUL Intramurals 1.2.35 Trade School Elec- tricits' 2.3. HARRIS, BONNIE Transfer from Moncton High, Monc- ton, N.B., Canada: Choir5 Basketball 15 Badminton 15 T.H.S.: Chorus: Assem- blies. HARRIS, IDA HARRIS, SHARON Girls' Pep l: Honor Pep 2.35 Latin Club 1.25 Troy Janes 1.2: Troy Jane Board 35 Proctor 2.3: Future Teachers l,2,3, Attendance Clerk 3: Sr. Leader: Debate Timekeeper 2.3: Safetv Club 2.35 Y-Teens 2.3. World Fellowship Chrni. Cadet "T" 2 3: Daisy Chain 2: Football 15 Honorable Mention 15 Honor QUILL and Scrollers meet at K.U. to initiate. Jean Eberhart, Kathy Covert, Jean Peterson, Sue Padget, Deanna Kirk, and David Marshall. 247 Pep 12' Girls' -Xthletie Assoc. l.2' Senior A ctz'Uz'Zz'es t"t"'W1ff't' 'ici' tr HARRIS, TYRONE HARRISON, DIANA Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Red Cross .l,2, Council 33 Future Nurses 1,2,3. Pres. 33 Election Board 13 Kan- sas Connell on XVor1d Affairs 'l'our 2: Ad Solicitor 23 Choir 2,32 Maclrigals 3: Operetta 1,2,33 Dist. Music Fest. 2.3: State Music Fest. 33 Sr. Leader: Troy 'lane Board 33 Squid Club 23, Prog, Chrm. 33 Modern Dance Club 2.51: llonorable Mention 23 Safety Club 23 Daisy Chain 2: Staff lr.-Sr. Prom 23 Stall All-School Party 23 Assemblies 1,23. HARRY, DENNIS Boys' Pep 33 Intramurals 1.2.3. HARTER, SHARLENNE Girls' Pep 1,23: Safety Club 2,513 1-'u- ture Homemakers 2.513 lkusiness lid. Club fl: Ad Solicitor 13 Proctor 1,23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Staff .Xll-School Party 23 Daisy Chain 2. HASTINGS, KAREN HASTINGS, GAYLA Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep E53 A.F.S. 1, Council 2,33 Spanish Club 1,23 Safe ty Club l,2,33 Troy Jane Board 1: l'sher Club 1,23: Squid Club 1,2,f1Z J Red Cross 1,23 Staff 'l'i.vll L3 Assem- blies 12.33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council: llon- orable Mention 23 Debate liniekeepet 23 Masque XVig 23 Daisy Chain 2: Staff All-School Party 31 Att. Home- coming Queen 3. HATHAWAY, JEAN ETTE Transfer from Hayden High: Girls, HAWVKS, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,253 Daisy Chain 2. HAYVVER, jERRY Football 1,23, Letterman 2,33 Basket- ball 1,23, Letterman 2,33 Track 1,2,3, Letterman 2,33 Hi-Y 1,2,P1: Club 2,33 Boys' Pep 1,23. H AYES, M ELVA French Club 13 Girls' Pep 13 Honor pq, 2,33 A.F.S. 1,23 jr. Red Cross I3 Council 2,33 Future Nurses 1,2,f13 Fu- ture 'Feaeliers 2,f1, Sec.-lreas. 33 .Xs- semblies 1,233 Proctor 1,233 Honor- able Mention 23 Safety Club 2,33 Bas- ketball Cadet 23 Girls' State 2, State '1'reas. 23 Intramurals 2: Daisy Chain 23 Rep Council 33 Usher Club E13 Att. All-School Party Queen 3. HAYES, SHIRLEY 'lransfer from Monterey Union High Club 1,23 Future Sehoolg Rooters llomemakers 1,23 Future Nurses 21 junior Statesman 23 Mixed Chorus 1,2. See. 1, Vice-Pres. 23 Spanish Club 13 Rally Committee 23 Jr. Red Cross 1,23 Ilonor Chorus 23 Fest. Chorus 23 As- semblies 1,23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 1'.H.S.: Girls' Pep 33 Youth for Christ P13 Future Nurses 3. H EIIERLINC, SONJA Business Ed. Club: Future llonieniak- ers: Girls' Pep, IIEDGES, GARY Swimming 1,21'1'radeSehoo1 3. IIEDGES, SHARON Girls' Pep 1.2.32 Y-leens 1,23 Future Feathers 3: IVORLD Staff 33 Press Club 2,33 Proctor fl: Play Cadet 33 Youth for Christ 2,513 Quill X Scroll 3. HEDRICK, i JUDITH Girls' Pep 1,233 Choir 2,33 'Frojanaires 1 248 . 23 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 2: Dist. Mu- sic Fest. 1,23 State Music Fest. 23 Oper- etta 2,33 Assemblies 1,2,3. HEINRICH, SUE Girls' Pep 1,233 1,l'Ul'1Ol'f1Q Daisy Chain 23 Intramurals 1. HENDERSON, JEAN Proctor 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 French Club 13 Safety Club 13 jr. Red Cross 13 Future Teachers 1,23: Fixture Homemakers 2,33 Usher Club 2,33 Debate Hostess 2,33 Staff -Ir.-Sr. Prom 2. HENDERSON, SHIRLEY Spanish Club 33 Girls' Pep 1,33 Sr. Girls' Glee 23 Jr. Girls' Glee 1. HENSON, JEAN ENE A.F.S. Club 13 A.F.S. Council 2,3: Jr. Red Cross 1,23 Jr. Red Cross Council 33 Safety Club 1,2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Kansas Council on VVor1t1 Affairs Tour 23 Play Staff Laura 33 Alt. Usher Club 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff All-School Party 1,2,33 Staff Jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Staff soph. Party 13 Elec- tion Board 2,33 Safety Club Hostess 2: Debate 'l'imekeeper 23 Alt. Rep Coun- cil 33 Proctor 1,3. IIERBISON, DEWVAINE Hand 1.233 Intramurals 1. HERNANDEZ, LEON HERSON, CONNIE 'Fransfer from Benton High: Y-Teens 1,23 '1'.1'l.S.: Girls' Pep 3. HICKS, EARL HICKS, VESTA Retail Selling Club 33 Co-op Retail Selling Club E13 Business Ed. Club 33 Business Ed. Club 213 Distributive Ed. Club 3. HIEBERT, HENRY Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Key Club 2,33 Math Clubg Science Club 1,233 Parliamentarian of Rep Coun- eil 33 Speech K Drama Fest. 13 Nat'1 Forensic League 1,2.f1: Debate 1,23, Letterman l,2,3. HIGGINS, GAIL Girls' Pep 1,23: Future Homeinakers 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Kansas Council on World Affairs 'Four 23 Safety Club 2. HILISERT, CONNIE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Y-'1'eens l,2,3, Sec. 2, Membership Chrm. 33 Sr. Girls' G1CC: Chorus 13 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies. HILDEBRAND, ROBERT Boys' Pep 3, HILL, Imvc Boys' Pep 1,33 Yvrestling 1,33 Sr. Lead- er: Orchestra 1: Club l,2,33 Sr. Boys' Couueilg Intramurals 1,2. HILL, KATHY Alt. Sr. Girls' Council: Girls' Pep l,2, 33 Future Hoinemakers 2: Proctor 1, 23 Cafeteria Hostess 33 Assemblies 1, 2,33 Atl Solicitor 13 Daisy Chain 2: Choir 2,31 'Frojanaires 23 Dance Band Vocalist 2,33 Operetta EVEN skunks go to school at Troy. SUNFLOWER staff members enjoya new companion, "Chubby Clementine." HILL, PAM Nlotlern Dance Club 2.31 Girls Pep l. 2: Sr. Leader: Spanish Club 2.33 Assem- blies l,2: Daisy Chain 23 Proctor l,2: Ad Solicitor l,23 Debate Timekeeper I. 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party l.2,3. HILYARD, CONNIE Pep l,2: Chess Club 3: WORLD 3: Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 2: Girls' Stall' Press Club 3: Quill Se Scroll 3. HOGAN, JANIE Girls' Pep l,2,3: Youth for Christ l,2,3. Social Clirm. 2,33 Daisy Chain 2: Staff Soph. Party l. HOLBERG, DAVE lfootball l,2,3: Swimming I3 Intramur- als l,2,3: Boys' Pep 2,33 Club 3: Proctor l,2,3. HOLLOWELL, DON 1 Boys' Pep 3. l HOLMES, DAVID Intramurals l,2.33 Boys' Pep l,2,3: Science Club l: Alt. Sr. Boys' Council: t t Alt. Rep Council 23 Rep Council 3. l HOLT, BARBARA JEAN t Girls' Pep l,2,3: Debate l: N:1t'l lforen- sic' League lg Proctor Il: Youth for 1 Christ l,2.3. IHJLT,RAY 'trade School Radio 2,3: Assembly 2: Boys' Pep l. HONEYMAN, SHARON Girls' Pep l,2,3: lfootball Cadet 23 Basketball Cadet 33 lfuture Homemak- ers3 Proctor 3: Safety Club. HOPKINS, GEORGE "B" Team Cheerleader l, Alt. "A" Team Cheerleader 2, Head Cheerlead- er 3: A.lf.S. l. Council 2.3, Pres. 3: Rep Council l,2,3: lfrench Club l,2: Honor "l"' l,2: Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 All- School Party Program l,2, Co-Director fl: Masque Wig l,2,3: Thespians 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Debate 'liimekeeper l: Debate Hostess 23 Intramurals l: Elec- tion Board 33 Operetta l,2,3: Dist. Mu- sic lfcsl. l,2, Slate l,2: Assemblies l,2, 3: lllllll' Sltow 3: Sr. Girls' Glee 13 Sr. Girls' Ensemble l3 Choir 2,3: Trojan- aires 2: Jr. Red Cross l,2.33 Proctor l, 33 Cast CllllI'lIl"'S Amt! l: Cast Tislt 23 Student Director Alislw' Roberts 33 Cast All-School Party 2: Queen All-School Party 3: Special Chorus Operetta 33 Staff Operetta 3. HOPKINS, JOHN Boys' Pep l,2,3: Jr. Red Cross Council l.2,3: L'slier Club 2.33 A.l".S. l,2,3: Key Cltib l,2,3: A.lf.S. Exchange Student Nominee 2. IIORTON, LARRY Boys' Pep l,2,3. HOSS, PENNY ' - . .v , 4 I l'rench Club l, Girls lep l,2,3: Band l.2.3. HOUSE, CHARI Business Ed. Club 3, Ass't Sec. 3: Girls' Pep l,2: Squid Club 23 Distributive lid. of.-Xtncrict133 Co-op Retail Selling Club 3. HUDKINS, NAOMI Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Pep l.23 Distrib- utive Ed. of America 33 Retail Sell- ing Club.33 Business Ed. Club 3. PERCHED high on her swivel chair, Judy Hamilton writes call slips for overdue books, part of proetor duty. HUMPHRIES, LARRY Boys' Pep l,2: Intramurals 1,23 Hi-Y l. HUNT, JANET Girls' Pep l,2,3: Proctor 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Press Club: Debate Time- keeper lg Quill K Scroll HUNTER, PATRICIA Girls' Pep lg Assemblies l,2,3: Chorus l,2: Sr. Girls' Glee 3: Daisy Chain 2: Proctor l,2,3. HUNTSMAN, JAN Girls' Pep l,2,3: Future Nurses 2. I INGVOLDSTAD, DAVID Transfer from George Washington High School, Alexandria, Virginia: Na- tional Honor Society 23 Assemblies 2. INNESJEAN Girls' Pep l,2,3: Latin Club 1: Proctor 2.33 Sr. Leader: Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Staff Soph. Party l. IRELAND, DELORIS Retail Selling Club l,2,3: Business Ed. Club l,2,3. ITTMANN, WILLIAM Transfer from Putney School, Putney. Vermont: Staff School Paper: Dramat- ics Group, Theater Work Shop: Pho- tography Club: Skiing Club: Fencing Team. Millfield School in England: Dramatics Group: Hockey Team: Music Club. THS: City Gov't Day. IVES, MARGARET Girls' Pep l,2,3: A.F.S. Council 33 Lat- in Club l,2,3: Safety Club 2,33 Science Club 33 Future Teachers 23 Future llomemakcrs 2: Play Staff 2: Sr. Girls' Council: Honor 1.2: Debate l,2: Debate Letterman l,2: Debate Time- keeper l: Kansas Council on XVorld Affairs Tour 23 Nat'l Forensic League l,2: Masque and Avlgj Ad Solicitor 23 Daisy Chain 2: Band l,2.3. J JACK, JOHN JACKSON, JOYCE Sr. Girls' Council: Proctor 2: Girls' Pep l,2,3: Future Nurses 2,33 Future Home- makers 23 Football Cadet 33 Play Cadet 3: City Gov't. Day 3: Modern Dance Club 3: Band l,2: Basketball Cadet 31 Ad Solicitor 2: Jr. Red Cross 3: Troy Janes I: Daisy Chain 2. JAMES, BILL Boys' Pep l.2,33 Intramurals l,2,3: Sr. Leader: Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. JETER, RICHARD Swimming 23 Tennis l: Boys' Pep lg Band l,2. JOHNSON, BILL Madrigal Singers 33 Operetta Cast and Staff 2,33 Intramurals l,2,3: Sr. Leader: Assemblies 2,33 Choir 3: Band l,2.3. JOHNSON, CARL Football Manager l,2,3: Intramurals l, 2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,3, Pres. 3: "T" Club l,2,3: Safety Club 2.3: Key Club l,2,3: Math Club 33 Hi-Y 2,33 Staff All-School Party 2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Band l,2: Proctor l3 All-Time Honor "T" 23 Honor "T" l: Boys' State'2: Rep Coun- cil 33 Vice-Pres, Student Congress 3: Jr. Class Rep. JOHNSON, CLARA Girls' Pep l,3. JOHNSON, CLAUDE JOHNSON, FRANK Boys' Pep 33 Intramurals l,2,3: Band l,2,3. JOHNSON, JAMES Track Letterman 33 Intratnurals l,2.3. JOHNSON, LARRY Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,3: Math Club 3: Science Club 33 Proctor l: Science Seminar 3. JOHNSON, MARILYN Proctor l3 Girls' Pep l,2: Daisy Chain 2: Business Ed. Club 3. 249 Senior A ctz'vz'tz'es IOIINSON, RAY 1-ootbnll 1.33 lntrzunurals l,2,fl3 Ilaskct llgnu 1. -IOHNSON, IVARREN Iloys' Pcp 13 II1l1'2II11lll'11lS 1.3. QIOIINSTON, IIUDIIY linys' Chorus 35 Stall Alr.-Sr. Proin 2 Opcrcllxt fl. IOIINSTON, LINDA Girls' l'cp 1.21 Vocational Ol'l'i4't' Mu chincs 3. IOHNSTON, IV l'LLIA M .ION ES, ALTA lfuturc 'lcacltcrs 1.2.33 lfuturc Ilouu-V nls 1tp73 Pln It makers 2.3: C " 2,43 11' I:- rlets 22 Daisy Chain 23 French Club fl: Sr. Girls' Count il, -ION ES, BARTON Intramurals 1.2.3. .lONES, PHILIP I1'rcslling 1.2.31 Sr, l,I'2l4lL'I'Q llois' Pep 1.2,33 Assemblies 12,33 Rep Council 3: Debate VIQIIIICIQCCPCI' 33 llancl 13 lntra' murals l.2,3,ciiIlPl21lll I, .Xlt. Captain 2, .ION ES, PHYLLIS Girls' Pep 1.23 lglllll' Club 12,32 Sr. Nurses 23 Choir 33 .Ks Glec 23 lfuture seinblics 2,33 Operctta 2. joN Es. sUs.xN Girls' Pcp 12,33 Play Czulets 33 Future 'I'cachcrs 33 Operctla 2.33 Proctor 2.3: Assemblies 33 Sr. Glee 23 Choir 33 Dist. Music lfesl. 113 Spanish Club 3. K KANE, LINDA Girls' Pep 12,33 Game Catlet l,2, Cap- tain 33 Safety Club 2,33 Rep Council 2, Alt. 13 Sr. Girls' Council3 Proctor 1.2.33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. KAY. SUSAN Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 Proctor 1. 2,33 French Club 13 Library Club 23 Safety Club 2,33 jr. Retl Cross 1,23 jr. Glee 13 Sr. Glee 23 Choir 33 Operetta 2.33 Vocal Ensemble 23 Dist. and State Music Fest. 23 Sr. Girls' Council Chin.: Sr. I.,C21llCI'Q 'I'roy Jane Iloarcl 33 Debate 'limekeeper 23 Honor 23 Election Board 33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Soph. Party: Staff jr.-Sr. Protn 23 Stutlcnt Director fJ,fl!Ifl0lHlI.l 3. KEEN, ELEANOR Girls' Pep 1,23 Business Etl. Club 33 Coop Retail Selling Club 3. KEITEL, ROY Transfer from Salina High School: Hi- Y 13 Intramurals 1. KEITH, JOHN Intramurals 23 Boys' Pep 1. KEITHLEY, MARY JANE Girls' Pep 1.2.32 Business Ecl. Club 3. KELLEY, KAREN Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Sr. LCHCICTQ Daisy Chain 2: Proctor I. 250 bull 13 llovs' Pep 1,33 Sci:-lu'c Club 11 I 1 .1 it BEATNICKS all over the place! Berets, shades, weeds almost disguised Neil Wood, Jeri Eaton, Buster Elting, and Julie Green. KELLEY, FRANK Cross Country 1.2.33 Sr. l.earler3 Intra- lnurals 33 Irack l,2,3. KERBS, LINDA Staff Soph. Party Girls' Pep l,2,33 Rcrl Cross l,2,33 Safely Club 2,33 Oper- etta 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 2,35 Staff -Ir,-Sr. Prom 23 SLNIFLOXYER Staff 33 Rep Council 33 Choir 33 Staff All-School Party 1,23 Atl Solicitor 2,32 Press Club Sr, Clee 23 Assemblies 1,2.33 Intramurals I3 Quill ancl Scroll 5. KERLE, JAMES Boys' Pep 2,32 Intramurals 13 Club 3. KERN, PATRICIA Troy Jane lioartl 13 Football Game Ca- tlet 23 jr, Retl Cross 1.2, Council 3: ,X.l-IS. Club 1.2: Motlern Dance Club 2.33 Safety Club 2,33 Rep Council Alt. 23 Girls' Pep 1.23 Honor Pep 33 l'sher Club 33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff All- School Party 23 Spelling Bee 13 Future lcachers 2,33 Proctor 23 Staff Soph. Party3 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Honorable Mention 23 Atl Solicitor 1,23 Intramur- als 1. KEITCHER, PEGGY String Ensemble 1,2,33 Dist. Music lfcst. 1,23 State Music lfcst. 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Latin Club 13 Safety Club 2, 33 Pnrss Club 2,31 Quill antl Scroll 2,33 WORLD Staff 2,33 Assemblies 2. KIBBY, JIM' Boys' Pep 2,3. KINDER, DONALD KING, CARRIE Safety Club 2.3: French Club lg Latin Club 33 Math Club 33 Assemblies 1.2.32 Staff Operetta l,2,3, Bus. Mgr. 33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Ad Solicitor 23 Proctor 23 Daisy Chain 23 Choir 33 Trojanettes 23 Operetta Chorus 2, Special Chorus 33 Dist. Music Fest. l,2,33 State Music Fest. 23 Kansas Conference on Foreign anfl Domestic Affairs 2,33 City Gov. Day 3. KING, ELLEN Girls' Pep 1,2. KIRK, DEANNA Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 jr. Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 A.F.S. Club 23 Safety Club 2,33 Proctor 1,2,3g jr. Glee 13 Sr. Glee 23 Choir 33 Latin Club 13 Press Club 1,23 Quill and Scroll 2,32 SIQNFLOWER Staff 23 Ad Solicitor 1, 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Operetta Cast 2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Councilg Election Board 1,23 Honorable Mention 13 Honor "T" 23 Kansas Council on IVorltl Affairs Tour 23 De- bate Hostess l,23 Daisy Chain 23 Dist. Music Fest. 1,23 State Music Fest. 23 Staff Laura 33 Staff Your-Show 33 Sr. Girls' Ensemble 23 Jr, Girls' Ensemble 1. KIRK, G. A. KNICKERBOCKER, PHILIP Chess Club 1,23 French Club 13 Boys' Pep 2,33 Band 2,3. KRAUS, KAREN Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Homemakers 23 Modern Dance Club 23 Daisy Chain 23 Y-Teens 13 Band 1. KRENTZ, BIARY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 23 Future Teachers 13 Future Homemakers 33 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 2. KUYKENDALL, KAREN LINDSTROM, GERALD Transfer from Manhattan High School: Future Nurses5 Girls' Ensemble3 Pep C1ub3 Y-Teens. THS: Safety Club 2,3, Sec. 33 Girls' Pep 2,33 Future Teachers 2,33 Topeka Youth Council 35 Topeka Youth Court 33 SUNFLOIVER Staff 35 Press Club 2,33 Kansas Council on YVorltl Affairs Tour 33 Sr. Girls' Coun- ei13 Future Nurses 2,33 Debate Time- keeper 2,33 Daisy Chain 25 Alt. Rep Council 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Quill and Scroll 3. L LaCROIX, RENEE Girls' Pep 1,23 Operetta 1,2,35 Cast 33 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Choir 33 Sr. Glee 23 Dist. Music Fest. 33 Assemblies l,2,3. LAKE, JUDD Football 1,25 Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 15 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff All-School Party 23 Your Show 33 Assemblies l,2,33 Alt. Rep Council l,2,33 Thespians 33 Band 1,33 Dance Band 13 Cast Mister Roberts 33 Laura 33 Math Club 35 Masque 84 Wig 3. LANDES, RICHARD Boys' Pep 1,2,35 Latin Club 13 Science Club 1,2,3, Pub. Chrm. 2, Pro. Chrm. 33 Proctor 1,25 Science Fair l,2,3. LARSON, DEANNA Girls' Pep 1,2,35 jr. Red Cross 13 Safe- ty Club 2,33 Proctor 33 Future Home- makers 35 Assemblies 1. LAWVLER, ANN Safety Club l,2, Conference 13 Proctor 2,35 French Club 15 Basketball Cadet 23 Cast jr.-Sr. Prom 2, Staff 23 Staff All- School Party 33 Assemblies 13 City Gov't Day 33 IVORLD Staff 33 Press Club 2,35 Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Pep 1, 2,35 Quill and Scroll 3. LEE, WANDA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Homemakers 15 Future Nurses 2,33 Daisy Chain 25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party 13 Basketball Cadet 3. LEHMAN, DON Boys' Pep l,2,33 Science Club l,2,33 Math Club 33 Key Club 13 Cross Coun- try 1,23 Intramurals l,2,33 Track 1. LEIGHTY, JERRY Choir 33 W'restling 35 Boys' Glee 23 Operetta 2,33 Intramurals 1. LEONARD, MARITA Band l,2,33 Sr. Girls' Council5 Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Honorable Men- tion lz Library Club l,2,3. LEWIS, BYRON LEWIS, KENNETH Youth for Christ l,2,33 Assemblies l,2, 35 Boys' Glee 13 Choir 2.35 Madrigal Singers 33 Cast Operetta l,2,3. DIINI third border' Curtain read ' . y. Lyle Phillips and Charles Mullin do backstage duties before "Laaj1.' Boys' Pep 3. LINEBERRY, STEPHEN LIRA, FERNANDO Intramurals, LISTER, SHARON Debate 33 Girls' Pep l,3. LITTLE, DOROTHY Girls' Pep l,2,35 Future Homemakers 2, LOEBSACK, VICKI Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2.3: A.F.S. Council 1.2.33 French Club 1,23 Safety Club 1.2.33 Library Club 13 jr. Retl Cross l,2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party l,2, 35 Honor "T" 1,23 Masque X IVig 1.2. 35 Proctor l,2,35 Daisy Chain 23 Choir 2,33 Matlrigal Singers 33 Trojannaires 23 Cast Operetta 1,23 Dist. Music Fest. l,2.33 State Music Fest. 2,31 Math Club 33 Play Staff 2.3: Cast Anastasia 13 Cast Tislz 2. LUNGSTRUM, EVON Band l,2,33 Sr. Glee 25 Choir 33 Girls' Pep 13 Assemblies l,2,35 Future Nurses 35 Chorus Operetta 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Dist. Music Fest. 2,33 State Music Fest. 2,3. LUPE, CORNEJO Assemblies 2,35 Girls' Pep l,2,3. LYNCH, DENNIS Proctor 13 Intramurals. M NIACEY, ANN Girls' Pep. MACK, TERRY Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Safety Club l,2,33 jr. Retl Cross l,2, Council 33 Future Nurses 2: Debate Timekeep- er 2,31 Staff All-School Party l,2,33 Staff jr,-Sr. Prom 2: Modern Dance Club 23 Proctor 1.33 Assemblies l,2. MALLORY, JOSEPH Boys' Pep 1.2.35 Swimming lg Coin Club 3. MANN, SUSAN Latin Club 13 Troy janes 13 Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2.33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Coun- eil: Daisy Chain 23 Alt. Usher Club 2, 33 Future Teachers 33 jr. Retl Cross 1, 2: Proctor l,2,33 Spanish Club 3. MANNING, KEVIN Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep 2.3. MANNING, NANCY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses 2.33 Daisy Chain 2. MARRS, DOROTHY Sr. Glee 2.3: Daisy Chain 23 Operettzu Girls' Pep3 Co-op Club: Assemblies. MARSHALL, DAVID I.atin Club 15 jr. Retl Cross Council l,2,33 Vice-Pres. 35 A.If,S. Council 1.2.33 Key Club l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Usher Club l,2,33 Honor "T" 1,25 Quill antl Scroll 2.33 Business Mgr. WORLD 2,35 Debate Timekeeper 13 Thespians 2,33 Staff Tixh 2, Pygmalion 2, Laura 3: Alt. Rep Council 33 Staff Soph. Party 13 Staff -Ir.-Sr. Prom 25 Swim Team 1.2: Co-Director Your Show 35 Program All-School Party 3: Kansas Council of IVorlcl Affairs Tour 23 Assemblies l,2, 33 Atl Solicitor 13 Press Club l,2,33 Spanish Club 3. 251 Senior Actz'vz'tie5 MARSHALL, JIM liZl11tlQ Science Club: Boys' Pep: Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 State Music Fest. I- Rating: l.ions Club State Band: Kansas Council of World Affairs Tour 2: Span- ish Club. NIARSHALL, JOANN Girls' Pep l,2.33 Debate Letterman l. 2.33 National Forensic League l,2,3, Sec. 3: French Club 13 Future Nurses I: Honorable Mention 13 Honor 2: Daisy Chain 23 Alt. Sr. Girls' Coun- t-il: Proctor 2,33 Assemblies 33 Future Homemakers Il: City Gov. Day 3. MARTIN, JESSE MASTERS, BOB Transfer from lklichita Southeast High School: Hi-Y l: Football 1,23 Baseball 1. TI-IS: Boys' Pep 33 Intramurals 2,3. MATNEY, RUSSELL Boys' Pep 1,23 Radio Club 3. MAXWVELL, NANCY Girls' Pep 1.2,33 Latin Club 23 Daisy Chain 23 Band 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. MEDLOCK, WILLIAM Boys' Pep l,2,33 Rep Council 13 Swim- ming 13 Intramurals l,2,3. MEINERSHAGEN, LINDA Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 A.F.S. Club 1,23 Troy Janes 13 Future Teach- ers 33 Usher Club l,2,33 Jr. Red Cross 1,23 Staff All-School Party 23 Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Play Staff 23 Election Board 13 Rep Council 1,2,3, Treas. 1: Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies 33 Att. Homecoming Queen 3: Masque and Wig 2. MEISINGER, DAN Key Club 1.2. Sec.Treas. 3: Boys' Pep 1.2.3, Sec. 3: Swim Club 2,3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 33 Swim Team 1,2,3, Co-Cap- tain 33 Rep Council 1.2. NIENDOZA, PETER Intramurals l,2.3. METZENTHIN, GEORGE Boys' Pep 1.2.33 Key Club 33 Science Club 3: Sr. Boys' Council. MEYER, GIVEN Girls' Pep 1.2: Modern Dance Club 2: French Club 13 Safety Club 2: Football Cadet 23 Basketball Cadet 2: Proctor 2. IWIILBURN, BILL Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Senior Boys' Council: Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. MILLER, CURTIS Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club 2.3, Vice- Pres. 33 Football 1,2,33 Basketball 2,33 Baseball l,2,3I Hi-Y 1.2.33 Concession Stand 1Vorker3 Sr. Boys' Council3 Sr. Leader: Intramurals 13 Honor "T" 2. MILLER, DAVID Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals 1.2.33 Rep Council 3. MILLER, GAIL Girls' Pep 23 Future Homemakers. MILLER, PATRICIA Jr. Red Cross 13 Play Cadets 1,21 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Assemblies Ii Staff Soph. 252 'jwefilhi-Q"-3 1441251 BLONDE and lovely Betsy Greer with Carl Johnson. Party: Future Teachers 13 Latin Club 23 Daisy Chain 23 Squid Club 2,3, Vice- Pres. 2,33 Modern Dance Club 33 Intra- murals 13 Future I-Iomemakers 33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council. MILLER, SHARON Retail Selling Club: Girls' Pep 13 Daisy Chain 23 Business Ed. Club 3. MILLER, THOMAS MILLS, BILL Rep Council 3, Alt. 23 Cast Mr. Roberts 33 Honorable Mention 13 All-Time Honor "T" 23 jr. Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 Key Club l,2,3, Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 33 "T" Club 2,33 Hi-Y 1,21 Masque and Wig 33 Swim Club 2,3, Vice-Pres. 2,33 Swimming Letterman l,2,3, Co-Captain 3g Quill and Scroll 2,33 Ad Solicitor 13 Ass't Bus. Mgr. IIVORLD 23 Sports Editor SIQNFLOWER 33 Boys' Pep 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 33 Latin Club 13 Intra- murals l3 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. MIRANDA, ANNA MARIE Girls' Pep 3. MOE, VAN Football 1,233 Basketball Mgr. l,2,3: Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club 2,33 French Club 13 Key Club l,2,33 Press Club 2,33 VVORLD Staff 2,3, Editor 33 Assemblies l,2,33 Quill and Scroll 2.3, Pres. 33 SIINFLOIVER Sports Staff 33 Proctor 3. MONREAL, MARY Co-op Retail Selling Club 1,2,33 Busi- ness Ed. Club 1.2.33 Girls' Pep l. MONTFOORT, ZOLA Girls' Pep I.2C Football Game Cadets 23 Daisy Chain 2. MOORE, HAROLD Boys' Pep 13 Basketball 13 Football 1. MOORE, LARRY Retail Selling Club 33 C0-op Retail Selling Club 33 Business Ed. Club 3. MORRISON, GARY Boys' Chorus 2,33 Boys' Pep 3. MOTT, REBECCA Transfer from Wichita North High School: Y-Teens 13 Pep Club 1,23 As- semblies 23 Modern Dance 23 jr.-Sr. Prom Staff 2. MULLIN, CHARLES Boys' Pep 23 Proctor 2,33 Staff All- School Party 2,33 Stage Mgr. Mouse- trap, Pygmalion, Mr. Robertsg Masque and Wig 2,33 Operetta Staff 1,2,33 Staff Your Show 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2,3. MUNOZ, HELEN Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Proctor 1,2. MURRAY, MARLENE Y-Teens 13 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses 33 Science Club 3. MURRAY, SANDRA Business Education C1ub3 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Co-op Retail Selling Club 33 Spanish Club 13 Distributive Educa- tion Club of America 33 Future Nurses 1,33 Daisy Chain 23 Business Education Club of Kansas 33 Jr. Red Cross 1. MURROIV, SHERRIL Sr. Class RCPQ Cast Laura 33 Assem- blies 1.2.33 Sr. Glee3 Choir 2,33 Madri- gals 33 jr, Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 Girl's Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Safety Club 23 Mod- ern Dance Club 2.33 Masque k Yllig 33 Honorable Mention 13 Honor "T" 23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 23 French Club 1,23 Staff All-School Party 33 Cast Your Show 33 Play Staff 23 Operetta Chorus 1, Cast 2: Thespians 3. MURRY, JULIE Girls' Pep 1,23 French Club 13 Band 12,33 Choir 33 Operetta Chorus 33 Modern Dance Club 33 Future Teach- ers 1. MUSTOE, SHARON Proctor 3. MYERS, JOANNE Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Future Nurses 2,33 Proctor 2,33 Daisy Chain 2. MYERS, MARY LYNN Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 A.F.S. Club 1,23 French Club 23 Latin Club 13 Safety Club 1,2,33 Business Ed. Club 33 Business Ed. Clubs of America 33 jr. Red Cross Council 2,33 Staff All-School Party l,2,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Honor- able Mention 23 Debate Timekeeper 1.23 Ad Solicitor 13 Basketball Cadet 2. Mc MCBRIDE, BILL MCCABE, MIKE NEWMAN, CLAUDIA Boys' Pep l,2,33 Key Club l,2,33 French Club 13 jr. Red Cross Council 1,23 Safety Club 13 Nat'l Forensic League 1.2,33 Debate Letterman 1,2,33 Sr. Boys' Councilg Math Club 3, Sec.-Treas. 33 Honor 1.23 Dist. Speech and Drama Fest. 2: Slate' Speech and Drama Fest. 23 A.F.S. Club 1.2. MCCARTER, JOANN E Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Busi- ness Ed. Club of Kansas 33 Y-Teens 2. NICCARTN EY, DARLEN E 1'-Teens 13 Spelling Assembly l. MCCLANAHAN, JUDY Girls' Pep 1,23 Co-op Retail Selling Club 33 '1'roy Janes 23 Retail Selling Club 3. MCCLURE, TOM Boys' Pep 2,33 Math Club 33 Sr. Lead- er3 Honorable Mention 23 Wrestling 1, 2.33 Tennis 23 Intramurals 2: Proctor 3. MCCOY, KIM Football l,2,3: 'I'rac'k 2,33 lntramurals l.2,33 Boys' Pep 3: Basketball 1. MCCUNE, IUDITH MCDANIEL, KAREN Co-op Retail Selling Club 3, Sec. 33 Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Pep 1. MCELROY, JERRY Key Club 23 Boys' Pep 1,233 Hi-Y 1.23 Debate Timekeeper 2,33 Proctor 2.33 Intramurals 1.2.33 Baseball 3. MCKEE, DAVE Boys' Pep 1,233 French Club 21 Assem- blies 1,2.33 Dance Band 23 Orchestra 12 Operetta Chorus 13 Cast 2,33 Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Boys' Glee 13 Choir 2.33 Madrigztl Singers 2.33 State Music Fest. 23 Intramurals 1,23 Cast Mixlvr Rolferls 3. MCKEE, LANCE Swimming 13 Boys' Pep 1,233 Intra- murals 1,2.33 Operetta 2. MCN A LL, LYNN Intramurals. MCQUILKIN, PATRICIA Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 33 Squid Club 2,33 Chess Club 33 Cirls' Pep 1.2.33 Ad Solicitor 2. N NASH, SUSAN Girls' Pep 1,21 Honor Pep 33 l-'uture Homemakers, '1'reas. 33 Future Teach- ers l,2.33 Science Club 2,33 Modern Dance 23 French Club 13 Troy jane Board 13 Basketball Cadet 23 Football Cadet 23 Proctor 1,33 Staff All-School Party 13 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies 1.2. NEGRETE, MARTHA Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Football 13 .X.F.S. NEI-50N,C0NNIE Council 2,33 1'sher Club 2,33 Cast Misl- vr llolnwls 33 jr. Red Cross 1,23 Key Future Nurses 1: Girls' Chorus 2. NESHEIM, CAROL Club 1.23 Intramurals 12,33 Masque Girls' Pep 1,23 Latin Club. 13 Business and XYig 3. Ed. Club 33 Daisy Chain 2. Transfer from Lawrence High School: Y-Teens 13 Latin Club 13 Intramurals3 Girls' Pep 13 Math Club 13 Modern Dance C1ub3 THS: Girls' Pep 23 Honor Pep 33 Safety Club 2,33 A.F.S. Club 2,33 Business Ed. Club 3. NEWMAN, MARY Intramurals 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Math Club 33 Rep Council 2.3: Alt. Rep Council 13 Proctor 23 Daisy Chain 23 Band l,2,33 Latin Club 1,2,3. Sec. 1, Vice-Pres. 23 Safety Club 1,2.3: READY or not! Here comes Kenny Haefner loaded down with equipment. -lr, Red Cross 13 Assemblies 1,2,33 Girls' State 23 Honor "T" 1,23 Debate 13 Speech Drama Hostess 13 Debate Let- terman 13 Nat'l Forsensic League li Debate Hostess 23 Girls' Pep, Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3g Band Treas, 33 County Gov't Day 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff Sopli. Party 13 Hostess jr.-Sr. Prom 1. NISBETH, NANCY Girls' Pep 2,33 Daisy Chain 2. NOBLE, MILES Spelling Bee 13 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Band 1,23 Assemblies l,2. 253 Senior A ctz'vz'tz'es NORDSTROM, DIANNE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Homemaker-s 2,33 Proctor 33 Football Cadet 33 Basket- ball Cadet 33 Debate Timekeeper 2. NOTTINGHAM, SYLVIA Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1,23 Safety Club l,2,33 Jr. Red Cross l,2,33 Staff Operetta l,2,33 As- semblies 1,2,33 Sr. Girls' Councilg Alt. Rep Council 33 SUNFLOWER Staff 33 Ad Solicitor 2,33 Choir 33'Sr. Glee 23 Cast Operetta l,2,33 Press Club 33 Jr. Glee li Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff Soph. Party 13 Quill and Scroll 3. O ODGERS, JOAN Girls' Pep l,2,3. OLIVER, JEAN Girls' Pep l,2,33 Proctor 1,23 Football Cadet 23 Basketball Cadet 23 Future Nurses 2,33 Library Club3 Ad Solicitor 13 Assemblies 1,23 Co-op Retail Selling Club 33 Jr. Glee 13 Sr. Glee 23 Chorus Operetta 2g Business Ed. Club 33 Daisy Chain 2. OLIVER, JOAN Girls' Pep l,2,33 Jr. Red Cross Coun- cil l,2,33 Debate Timekceper 1,23 Latin Club 13 Science Club 13 Staff A11- School Party l,2,33 Proctor 1,21 Daisy Chain 23 Rep Council 13 Safety Club l,2,33 1-'uture Nurses 2,3, Sec. 33 Circu- lation Manager XVORLD Staff 33 Ad Solicitor 2,33 Sr. Leader3 A.F.S. Club l,2,33 Troy Jane Board 33 Press Club 2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Football Game Cadet 23 Basketball Game Cadet 23 Staff Soph. Party 13 Quill and Scroll 3. ORTIZ, PETE Intramurals 1.2. ORTIZ, TONY Talent Show 13 Safety Club 13 Assem- blies 1,2.33 Glee Club 2,31 Cast All- School Party 13 Opcretta 3. OSTERHOUT, DIANA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club l,2,33 French Club 23 Daisy Chain 23 Oper- etta 2,33 Jr. Glee 13 Sr. Glee 23 Choir 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. OVERSTREET, LYNDA Intramurals 13 Girls' Pep 1,22 Honor Pep 33 Latin Club 13 Troy Janes Club 13 Troy Jane Board 13 Future Teach- ers 1.2.33 Future Homemakers l,2,33 Y-Teens 2,33 Interclub Council 23 Y-Teens Treas. 33 Squid Club 3g Staff All-School Party 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies 23 Sr. Girls' Council3 Kansas Council on World Affairs 23 Atl Solicitor 13 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 2. OWEN, KATHLEEN Girls' Pep 1,23 French Club 23 Proc- tor 33 Daisy Chain 2. 254 OWEN, KAY Girls' Pep 13 Daisy Chain 23 Retail Selling Club 13 Business Ed. Club 2,33 Co-op Retail Selling Club 1. OWENS, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,23 Youth for Christ 1,23 Business Ed. Club of Kansas 33 Proc- tor 1. P PACKARD, MARY GRACE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 2,33 Future Homemakers 33 Y-Teens 13 Honorable Mention 23 Proctor 23 Daisy Chain 23 Band 2,33 Assemblies 2.3. PADGET, SUE Girls' Pep 1,23 A.F.S. Club 1,23 Latin Club 13 Jr. Red Cross l,2,33 Staff All- School Party 2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom, 2: Quill and Scroll 2,3, Sec. 33 Rep Coun- cil 2,33 Debate Tirnekeeper 2,33 SUN- FLONVER Staff 2,33 Masque and Vllig l,2,33 Ad Solicitor 2,33 Proctor 23 Daisy Chain 23 Art Conference l,2,33 Play Staffs l,2,33 Press Club 2,33 .Kansas Council Mlorld Affairs Tour 3. PALMER, POLLY Soph. Class Repg Jr. Election Clerk: A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 Jr. Red Cross 1.2, Council 33 Safety Club l,2.33 Usher Club 2,33 French Club l,2, Sec. 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 3, Vice- Pres. 33 Sr. Election Clerk3 Student Council l,2,33 Staff Cl1m'lie's Amit 13 Staff Tislz 23 Staff Pygmalion 23 Your Slzow 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All- School Party l,2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Masque and Wig l,2,33 Thespians 33 Election Board 33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Coun- cil3 Honorable Mention 13 Honor "T" 23 Officers Training Course 1,2,3, Chm. 33 Debate Hostess l,2,33 Ad Solicitor 23 Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Corresponding Sec. Kansas Teenage Traffic Safety Ass'n 2,33 Safety Club Hostess 2,33 Cast All-School Party IJ Science Club 13 T.H.S. Delegate to Nat'1 Student Council Conferenceg Queen of Courts 3. PARKER, ELLIS Tennis 1,23 Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council3 Band l,2. PARKER, MELODY Girls' Pep 1,23 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Youth for Christ. PARKS, CAROLYN Girls' Pep 13 Co-op Retail Selling Club 33 Business Ed. Club 33 Distributive Ed. Club. PARR, KAREN Girls' Pep l,2,33 Youth for Christ 2,33 Proctor l,2,33 Rep Council 13 Jr. Red Cross 13 A.F.S. Club 2. PARRETT, CELIA Daisy Chain 23 -Staff Soph. Party3 Girls' Pep 1,2. PATRICK, LARRY Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Rep Council 23 Proctor 2,33 Band l,2,33 Assemblies 2,3. PATTERSON, GEORGIAMARIE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Chorus 33 Daisy Chain 2. SMILES belie the seriousness of being prepared for emergencies. John Hopkins, Melva Hayes, Pete Barham prepare for the first CD practice. BEAUTY-John Walquist. POLTER, KAREN Girls' Pep 1.2: Daisy Chain 2. POPHAM, RONNIE Debate 2.3, Letterman 2,33 Sr. Boys' Council: N:tt'l 1-'orensic League 2.3: Boys' Pep 1.2.32 Rey Clttb 1.2.31 Ran- sas Drama and Speech Fest. 2: Math Club 3: Honor 2: Honorable Men- tion 1: Jr. Red Cross 1.2: A.l".S. Club 1 0 POWVELL, KATHI Play Cadets 21. POIVELL, LINDA Girls' Pep 1.2: Proctor 1: Retail Sell- ing Club 3: Daisy Chain 2: Intramu- rals: Business Ed. Club 3: Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 3: Co-op Retail Sell- ing Club 3. POYVELL, LAYVRENCE Voc. Photography Trade School 1.2. POIVELL, MARY LOU Library Proctor 3. POWERS, LORRAINE Girls' Pep 1.2.32 Future Nurses 1.2.3. l'reas. Il: Science Club 1.2: Sr. Girls' Council: A.F.S, Club 3: Band 1.2: Daisy Chain 2: Honorable Mention 2: As- semblies 1.2: Proctor 2. POZEZ, JERRY Boys' Pep 1.23: Intramurals 1.2.32 'l'en- nis l: Spanish Club 3: Baseball 2. PRETTYMAN, JOYCE Girls' Pep 1.2: Modern Dance Club I: Sr. Leader: Assemblies 1.2.3. PRICE, AARON Intramurals 1.2: Track 2: liitslwtliztll 1: Boys' State 2' ' ' ': PRICE, CARL Cross Country 1.23: IYrestling l: Hi- Y 1.2.31 Track 1.2: Voc. Photography, PRICE, CHARLOTTE Band 1.2.31 Girls' Pep 1.2.31 Y-Teens 1.2.31 Assemblies 1.2.3. PRICE, LINDA Girls' Pep 1.2: Youth for Christ 1.2: Business Ed, Club of Kansas 3. -. lot. Photography. ture Hoinemakers 2.3: Girls' Pep 1.23: Latin Club 1: Safety Club 2.3: Jr. Red Cross 1: Honorable Mention l: Honor "T" 2: Troy Janes l: Daisy Chain 2: Kansas Council on World Affairs '1'our 2: Math Club Il. PELTON, GLENDA Girls' Pep 1.2.31 Play Cadets l,2,3: l-'uture Nurses 2.15: Youth for Christ 1.2: Honorable Mention 2: Proctor 2.3: Daisy Chain 2, PELTON, LEON 'l'rade School, Voc. Xycltling l,2.I1. PEREZ, ALEXANDER 'l'rade School. Voc. Electricity 2. PETERS, SANDRA Girls' Pep 1.23: Daisy Chain 2. PETERSON, DON Boys' Pep 1.2.31 Intramurals l.2.3: 'len- nis 2.3: Boys' Chorus 1.21: Assemblies l.2,3: Operetta 3. PETERSON, JEAN Honor Pep 2.3: Girls' Pep 1: WORLD Staff 2,3, Page Editor 3: Ad Solicitor l: Quill and Scroll 2.3, Vice-Pres. fl: Press Club 2,3: Honor 2: Future Homemakers 1.23: lfuture Teachers l.2.3: Staff Jr,-Sr. Prom 2: Debate Tiiuekeeper 1.2: Debate Hostess fl: Daisy Chain 2: Jr. Red Cross 2. PETERSON, STEVE Dance Band l,2.3, Director 3: Band 1.2.3: Drum Major 3: Swimming I: Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Boys' Pep 1.2.33 Alt. Rep Council 1: Latin Club l: Intramurals 1.2: Assemblies l,2.3: Dist. Music Ifest. 1: Opcretta 1: State Music Fest. 1: Staff All-School Party 2.21: Science Club 1: Sr. Boys' Council 3. PETRIK, ALETA Latin Club l: Ifrcnch Club I: Daisy Chain 2. PETTY, BRENDA Girls' Pep 1.2: Nurses Proctor. PFANNENSTIEL, PAUL Track 2.3: Intramurals 1.2: Boys' Pep 1.2.31 Assemblies 1.23: Play Staff 2: Operetta Staff 2: Co-op Retail Selling Club 3: Business Ed. Clttb 3: Voc. Part 'l'ime Business 3: Business Ed. Club of Kansas 3: Distributive Ed. PFIESTER, MARY Girls' Pep 1.2: Future Teachers 2: Proctor 2. PHILLIPS, LYLE' Proctor 2.3: Play Staff 'I'i.rl1 2: .IIm1.w'- Imp 2: .llirler lloberlx 3: Operetta Staff 1.2: Assemblies 2.3: Boys' Pep 1.2: Youth for Christ 1,2.3. Pres 3. PINKSTON, GLENN Intramurals 2: Tennis l,2: Debate 1: Boys' Pep 3: Staff Jr.-Sr. Protn 2: Ad Solicitor 1.2: Band 1,21 Dance Band 1. PLACKETT, JO ANN Girls' Pep 1.2: Retail Selling Clttb Il: Business Ed, Club fl: Chorus 2. I1ATTJOHN Boys' Pep 1.2.31 Latin Club l:-Safety Club 1.2: Math Club 3: Science Club 1.3: Sr. Boys' Cottncil 3. POLLOCK,LOH Topeka Business Ed. Club fl: l"uture Homemaker-s 2. PA POISE- Kirby Deeter. TTERSON, SPARKY Football 1,2,3, Letterman 2,3: Track l,2,3, Letterman 2.3: Basketball 1,2: Intramurals 3: "T" Club 2,35 A.F.S. Council l,2,3: Jr. Red Cross Council l,2,3: Boys' Pep l,2,3: Hi-Y 1: Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Alt. Sr. Boys' Council: .Assemblies 1,2,3: Honorable Mention Con ces- 1: Honor 2: Proctor 1: sion Stand Worker 2,33 Pres. Club 3. PAULSJUDY PA PA Girls' Pep 1.2: Proctor 3: Future Teach- ers l,2: Dist. and. State Music Fest. 2: All-State Band 2: Band Librarian 3: A.F.S. Clttb 1: Band l,2,3: Daisy Chain 2: Assemblies 1,2,3. YNE, BRENDA Girls' Pep l,2,3: Latin Club l,2: Usher Club 3: Future Homemakers 3: Daisy Chain 2: Alt. Rep Council 3: Proctor l,2. YNE, SHELLEY Sr. Leader: Squid Club 2,3: Modern Dance Clttb 2,3, Sec.-Treas. 3: A.F.S. Clttb l,2: Jr. Red Cross 1,2: Girls' Pep 1.2: Honor Pep 3: Safety Club 2,3: 'l'roy Jane Board 3: Future Teachers 2: Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Staff Tislz 2: Staff The Taming of the Shrew 1: Staff Operetta 1: Alt. Sr. Girls' Council: Alt. Rep Council 1: Proctor 2,33 Football Cadet 2: Daisy Chain 2: Ad Solicitor 2. PEACH, MARTHA Debate 1.2: Girls' Pep l,2,3: Class Sec.- Treas. 2.3: Jr. Red Cross 1, Council 2,3: A.F.S. Council 2,3, Treas. 3: Staff Tirlz 2: Alt. Rep Council l,2: Nat'l Forensic League l,2: Daisy Chain 2: Staff Pygmalion 2. PEELE, JOHN Intramttrals l,2,3: Boys' Pep 12,33 Rep Council 3. PEERY, DONNA Proctor l,2,3: Future Nurses l,2,3: Fu- 255 Senior Activities PRICE, BECKY Future Homeniakers 1,23 Future Nurses 1,2,33 Usher Club 33 Alt. Usher Club 1,23 Rep Council 33 Girls' Pep l,2,3. PRICE, RONALD Boys' Pep l,2,33 Youth for Christ 13 Cross Country l,2,3, Cross Country Mgr. 23 Track 1.2, Track Mgr. 1,23 Intramurals 1.2. PRINGLE, JOHN Football3 Intramurals. PROCTOR, PEGGY Girls' Pep 1.2.33 Future Nurses 1.2.33 Football Cadet 23 Basketball Cadet 2.3: Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. PROV0, BOB Boys' Pep 33 Voc. Machine Shop, Trade School 1,2. PUDERBAUGH, GARY Football 33 Wrestling 2,33 "T" Club 33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals 1.2.3. Co-Captain l,2.33 Sr. Leader. PURNELL, KATHI Future Homemakers 1,2.3, Corr. Sec, 33 Future Teachers 2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 French Club 33 Safety Club 2,33 Proctor 1,2,33 Daisy -Chain 23 Kansas Council on 1Vorld Affairs Tour 2: Staff Soph. Party 13 Alt. Rep Council l. PURVINES, KAREN Retail Selling Club 3: Daisy Chain 2: Business Ed. Club 3. Vice-Pres. 2: Squid Club 2. Sec.-Treas. 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Sr. Leader3 Voc. Club 3: Co-op Retail Selling 33 Jr. Glee 2: Intra- murals l.23 Proctor 3. PURVIS, NORMA Science Club 2.33 Girls' Pep l,2Q Honor Pep 33 Troy jane Board 2, Vice-Pres 2: Operetta Dancer 2,33 Modern Dance Club 2.3: Future Nurses 33 Rep Coun- cil 13 Alt. Rep Council 23 Honor "T" 23 Proctor 2.33 Daisy Chain 23 Sr. Leaderg Latin Club 13 Ad Solicitor 2,32 Cast Laura 3: Squid Club, Pres. 2,33 Intramurals l: Sr. Girls' Council 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Kansas Council on IVorld Affairs Tour 2. R RAGSDALE, DONALD Band 1.2: Boys' Glee 3. RAI-IMEIER, DON RAMSEY, JACKIE Girls' Pep l.23' Youth for Christ 2,33 Safety Club 2: Topeka Business Ed. Club: Operetta 23 School Motto Con- test. lst 2: Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Chorus 7 t REASER, LARRY Boys' Pep 3: Future Teachers 3: Latin Club 3: County Gov. Day 3. 256 REECE, BOBBIE Voc. Printing 33 Football 23 Tennis 2.33 Boys' Pep 2.33 Press Club 3. REECE, MARILYN Girls' Pep 2.3: Y-Teens 13 Retail Sell- ing Club 3, Sec.Treas. 33 Distributive Ed. Club of America 33 Co-op Retail Selling Club 3: Daisy Chain 23 Business Ed. Club 3. REED, MURDIS Girls' Pepg Girls' Chorus3 Assemblies. REED, ROYCE Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 Usher Club l,2,33 Library Club 33 Future Nurses 3: A.F.S. Club l,2,33 Honor 1.23 Debate Timekeeper l,2,33 Proctor 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Science Club 2,33 jr. Red Cross 1.23 Spanish Club 3. REEDER, NANCY Class Sec. 13 A.F.S. Club 13 Council 2,33 Usher Club l,2.33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Ass't Sec. of Point System 2, Sec. 33 Election Board 33 Honor "T" 23 Student Council l,2,33 Future Nurses 33 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Pres. Girls' Pep 33 Staff All-School Party3 Proctor 13 City Gov. Day 3. REEDY, JERILYN Girls' Pep 2,33 Future Nurses 23 Daisy Chain 23 Choir 33 Chorus Operetta 2,33 Proctor 3. REES, HELEN Future Teachers 1.2.33 Latin Club 13 French Club 2.3: Girls' Pep 1.2.33 As- semblies 2.3: Kansas Council on M'orld Affairs Tour 23 Proctor 2,33 Daisy Chain 2: Operetta Chorus 33 Sr. Girls' Glee 3: Dist. Music Fest. 2: Operetta Staff 2. REEYE, GINNY Girls' Pep 1,23 Proctor. REILLY, BARBARA Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Library Club 23 Latin Club 1: Operetta Chorus: Assemblies 1.33 Kansas Council on XS'orld Affairs Tour 2: Library Club 2.33 Daisy Chain 2: Sr. Girls' Glee 3: Spanish Club 2.3. RICHARDSON, JANICE Girls' Pep: Daisy Chain 2: Football Cadet. RIDDLE, JERRY Football 1.2.33 Basketball 13 Track li Baseball 1.23 Boys' Pep 12,33 Sr. Lead- er: Youth for Christ 1.2.3. RIDER, KENNETH Assemblies: Boys' Pep 33 Band 1,21 Or- chestra 1.2.33 Operetta. Orchestra 1.2, 3. RIN EHART, RAY Future Nurses 1: Girls' Pep 13 Daisy Chain 2. Rtox, PAUL , Boys' Pep 12,33 Sr. Boys' Council3 Alt. Rep Council 3: Intramurals 1,2,3, Co- Captain 1.2.3. Rosen, Jo ANN French Club 13 Girls' Pep 1.2.33 Red Cross 2.3: A.F.S. Club 1,23 Safety Club 2.3: Daisy Chain 2: Proctor 1.2.33 As- semblies 1.2.32 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Staff and Cast All-School Party 23 Modern Dance Club 2. ROBERTS, LORNA Transfer from Clifton High School. Clifton. Kansas: Cirls' Pep l,2.3, Sec. 3: Cheerleader 2.3: Head Cheerleader 3: Band 1.2.33 Girls' Glee 1.2.32 MiXCll Chorus 1.2.33 Chorale 2.3: Dance Band 1.2.33 Wind Ensetnble 2.33 Vice-Pres. Honor Student 1.2.33 Future Homemak- ers 1.2.33 Sec. 23 Girls' Triple Trio 23 Class 1, Soc. Chrm. 3: Jr. Play Cast 33 School Art Honor 2: Typing Honor 23 Annual Favorite 23 Talent Show 2: THS: Girls' Pep 33 Choir 3. ROGERS, JOHNNY ROOP, NANCY Girls' Pep l3 Honor Pep 2,33 Sr. Girls' Clue: Choir 2.33 Madrigal Singers 2.3: Operetta l,2.33 Assemblies l,2,3: A.l-IS. Club 13 A.l-'.S. Council 2.3: jr. Red Cross 13 slr. Red Cross Council 23 Latin Club 13 Squid Club 23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 1: Honor "T" 1,23 Rep Coun- cil 2: Alt. Rep Council 13 Ad Solicitor 1: Dist. Music Fest. 1.2.33 State Music lfest. 2.33 'Irojanettes 1. ROSE, RICHARD Hi-Y 2.33 "T" Club 2.33 Honorable Mention 2: Football 1.2.33 Track l,2,3: Xl'restling 13 Rep Council 2: Boys' Pep 1.2.53 Assemblies 2.33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Intramurals -1.2.33 Concession Stand Worker 2.33 Operetta Dancer 3. ROUSH, CAROLE Girls' Pep 1.2: Future Nurses 33 Sr. Glce 2: Choir 3: Sr. l.CLlllL'l'I Troy Janes 1.2: Proctor 1.2: Daisy Chain 2: Foot- ball Cadet 2: Assetnblies 1.2.33 Operetta Chorus 2.3. V 'TWVEEN class refreshment. Jeri Eaton and Bill Mills. ROIVLEY, BOB Boys' Pep 1,2.33 lfootball 12,33 XYrest- ling 1,23 Tennis 2,31 Rep Council 113 Intramurals 2,33 Sr. Leader: Club 33 Concession Stand 1Yorker 3: Assent- blies 1,2,33 Band 1. ROWVZER, ANITA Girls' Pep l,2.Il3 Safety Club 23 l-'uture Teachers 33 lfulure Homemakers 2.33 Daisy Chain 2. RUST, GAYE Girls' Pep 1,233 Latin Club 13 lfuture l'eaehers 2,33 Honor l.2,33 Assem- blies l,2,33 Youth Symphony 1.2.33 Band 12,33 Uniform Manager 2,33 Or- chestra 12,33 f,lJCl'Cll21 1,23 Sr. Glee 23 Choir 33 County Day 33 Operetta Chor- us 33 Daisy Chain 23 All-State Band 3. S SANNER, PAUL SAYVYER, MARY Girls' Pep 1,2,33 lfuture 'l'eachers 33 Jr. Red Cross 1.2: Honorable Mention 2: Basketball Cadet 2.33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Intramurals 2 Play Cadets 3. SAYLER JOYCE Girls' Pep 1.2.31 Youth for Christ 1,23 Jr. Red Cross 23 Staff Soph. Party 13 Proctor 21 Ad Solicitor 2. SAYLER, WVILLIAM SCHEIBNER, ALBERT "T" Club 2.3: Math Club 33 Cross Country l,2.3: 'l'rack 1.2,33 Boys' Pep 2.33 Intramurals l,2,3. SCHOENFELDT, CAROLE Girls' Pep 1.2.33 lfshcr Club 23 lfrench Club 13 Proctor 1,233 Operetta 2.31 Choir 3: Sr. Glee 23 Debate Hostess 3: Safety Club 33 Staff All-School Party ill Jr. Red Cross 13 Girls' Chorus 1. SCOTT, CAROLE lfuture 'l'eae1iers 1.21 Girls' Pep 1.23 Honor Pep 3g Jr. Red Cross 1,23 Safety Club 2: 1'sher Club 12,33 Honorable Mention 23 .l.1".S. Club 1.2.31 Assem- blies 1.2.32 Intramurals 23 Mexican Tour 13 Staff Tish 2: Proctor 1.2.33 Daisy Chain 23 Ad Solicitor 2. SCROCGINS, SHIRLEY Future Nurses 2,33 Band 1: Daisy Chain 0 SECORD, CAROLYN Girls' Pep 1.2,33 Latin Club 23 Future Teachers 2,33 Future Homemakers fl: Daisy Chain 2: Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Proctor 3. SEIDEL, JOAN Sr. Leader: Girls' Pep 1.23 Business Ed, Club 33 Library Club 1, Pres. lst Dist, Library Assistants 1. SERNA, ANGELA Girls' Pep 1.2.3. SERRANO, RUDY SEUFERT, HELEN Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 3. Treas. 3: Go-op Retail Selling Club 3: Dis- KING'S Sons Trio made a big hit in "W'emoweh" at the AFS assembly. Carl Johnson, Bob Swan, John WVa1quist. tributive Ed. Clubs of America 33 Dis- tributive Clubs of Kansas 33 Girls' Pep 1,2,3. SHAPIRO, JAN Co-Director Your Show 33 A.F.S. Coun- cil 2,33 Jr. Red Cross Council 2,33 Safe- ty Club 2,33 Thespians 1.2.33 Cast Laura 33 Staff All-School Party 2,33 French Club 2,33 Masque and Wig l,2. 33 Director rllozisetrap 23 Director Tam- ing of the Shrew 13 Rep Council 1, Alt. 2,33 Assemblies 33 Cast All-School Party 23 Football Cadet 13 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Honor "T" 2,33 Kan- sas Council on IVor1d Affairs Tour 23 Proctor 1,23 Daisy Chain 2. SHEPARD, JINI Football 1,2,33 "T" Club 2,31 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council. SHIELDS, GEORGE Boys' Pep 3. SHOPTEESE, LARRY Intramurals 1,2,3. SIEBUHR, COREENA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Business Ed. Club 33 Y-Teens 23 Proctor 23 Football Cadet 23 Basketball Cadet 23 Daisy Chain 2. SILVER, EDWARD Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3: Alt. Rep Council 23 Sr. Boys' Council. SIMMONS, DONNA Transfer from Eastern High School, Baltimore, Md: United Nations Youth Club 1,23 Pet Club 1,23 Future Nurses 23 School Newspaper Staff 23 Yearbook Staff 23 French Club 2,33 Table Ten- nis Club 2. SLAUGHTER, FRED Football 13 Basketball 1,2,33 Track 1,23 Latin Club 1,2,33 A.F.S. Council 2,?J: Sr. Boys' Councilg Honorable Mention 23 Safety Club 23 Att. All-School Party King 3. SLOOP, GEORGE Swim Club l,2,33 Boys' Pep 33 Chess Club 33 Swimming Team 1,2,33 Intra- murals 2. SLOYER, CAROL Girls' Pep l,2,33 Opcretta 2,33 Choir 32 Sr. Glee 23 Jr. Glee 13 Latin Club 1,23 Future Nurses l,2,33 Troy Jane Board 13 Daisy Chain 23 Dist. Music Fest. 1.23 State Music lfest. 23 Operetta Special Chorus 3. SMELSER, LONNY Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Band 1. SMITH, DONALD Boys' Pep 1,2,3. SMITH, JEAN Girls' Pep 1.21 Honor Pep 33 Staff Soph. Party 13 Sr. I.C2lt1CI'Q Honor 23 Safety Club 2,33 Y-Teens l.2,3, 'Pub. Chm. 33 French Club 2,33 Troy Janes 1.2.3, Board 33 Future Teachers 2,33 Rep Council 3, Alt. 13 Proctor 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. SMITH, JOYCE Girls' Pep 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Business Ed. Club of Topeka 33 Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 3. SMITH, KATHERINE Intramurals 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Assent- blies 33 Proctor 23 Chorus 3. SMITH, KEN Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 33 Dis- tributire Ed. Clubs of America 33 Busi- ness Ed. Club 33 Co-op Retail Selling Club 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Pro. Chm. 3. SMITH, LARESTA Transfer from I'Vebster High School: Girls' Pep 13 Jr. Red Cross 1. THS: Staff Jr.-Sr. Protn 23 Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Pep 2,31 Football Cadet 33 Sr. Glee 3. 257 Senior Activities SMITH LOIS 3 Girls' Pep l,2,33 A.F.S. 1,23 Modern Dance Club 2,33 jr. Red Cross 1,23 French Club 1,23 Future Homemak- ers 33 Alt. Rep Council 2,33 Football Cadet 23 Daisy Chain 23 Ad Solicitor SUNFLOWER 23 Honorable Mention "B" Team Cheerleader 13 "A" Team 23 Assemblies 1,2,3. SMITH, ROBERT Boys' Pep l,2,3. SMITH, ROBERTA Sr. Leader: Girls' Pep 12,33 Usher Club 1,23 Troy jane Board: Masque and Wig: Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All- School Party 2,33 Rep Council Ii Proc- tor 33 Daisy Chain 23 A.F.S. Club l,2,33 jr. Red Cross 1,2,33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Spanish Club 1. SMITH, SALLY Sr. Leader: Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 Jr. Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 Proc- tor 2,33 Modern Dance Club 2,33 Squid Club 2,33 Shawnee County Gov. Day 33 Topeka Youth Council 1,23 Topeka Youth Traffic Court 23 Usher 'Club 1, 2,33 Daisy Chain 2. SMITH, TERRY Rep Council l,2, Speaker 33 Key Club 1,2,3, Gov. Kansas Dist. Key Club In- ternational 3, Lt. Gov. 2, International Convention Chicago 1, Toronto 23 Nat'1 Forensic League l,2,3, Pres. 33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 jr. Red Cross 1, Coun- cil 23 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 Latin Club 13 Math Club 33 Honor "T" 1,23 Cast Soph. Party 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Debate Letterman 1,233 Dist. Debate 2.33 State 33 Dist. Speech and Drama Pest. 1,23 State Speech and Drama Fest. 13 Nat'1 Forensic League Fest. 2. SMITH, WENDELL Science Club l,2,3, Sec. 2, Pres. 33 Key Club 1,2,33 Boys' Pep 132,33 Masque and Wig 13 Track 23 Proctor 1,23 Alt. Rep Council 23 Nat'l Forensic League 33 Debate 33 Sr. Boys' Council: Assemblies 1,33 'Science Seminar 33 Math Club 3: Intramurals 1,2,33 Honorable Mention 2. SNODGRASS, ALBERTA Transfer from Council Grove High School: Kansas Ass'n' for Youth 1,23 Girls' Glee 1,23 Girls' Pep l,2, Rep, 2: Yearbook Staff 1,23 Ass't Editor School SAY "Merry Christmas" all over The WORLD. 258 Paper 23 Assemblies 1,23 THS: Girls' Pep 3. SNOOK, ARTHUR Chess Club. SOEBIAKTO, YANTI A.F.S. Foreign Exchange Student from Djakarta, Indonesia, Sancta Ursula Senior High School: Class Presg Vice- Pres. -Student Council3 Class Treas. THS: A.F.S. Council 33 Latin Club 3, Treas. 33 Honor Pep 33 Your Show 3g Modern Dance Club 33 Squid Club 33 Assemblies 3. STAEBLER, LETTY Cheerleader 2,33 Jr. Red Cross Coun- cil 2,3, Sec. 33 Sr.'Leader3 Usher Club l,2,3g Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Your Show 3-3 Assemblies 1,2,33 All-School Party Att. 33 Sr. Girls' Council3 Election Board 33 Rep Counci1'1,23 Kansas Council on VVorld Affairs Tour 23 Proctor 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. STANLEY, JIM Transfer from Buehtel High School, Akron, Ohio: German Club f. THS: Intramurals 2,33 Boys' Pep 23 French Club 23 Swim Club 23 Swim Team 2. STARBUCK, MIKE Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club 2,33 Assem- blies 1,2,33 Concession Stand Worker 2,33 Football 1,2,33 Letterman 2,33 Bas- ketball li Track 1,2,33 Operetta 33 Hi- Y 13 King All-School Party 3. STAUFFER, VICKIE Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1,23 French Club 13 Play Staff 1, 23 Att. French Club Mardi Gras Queen 13 Safety Club 2,33 l-iuture Teachers l, 2,33 jr. Red Cross l,2,33 Staff All- School Party 13 Assem-hlies 1,2,33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council: Rep Council 2, Alt. 13 Honorable Mention 13 Debate Time- keeper 23 Proctor 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff jr,-Sr. Prom 23 Intramurals: Elec- tion Board 2. STEADMAN, MIKE Boys' Pep 13 Assemblies 33 Boys' Chor- us 3. STEVENS, DAVID Latin Club 13 All. Rep Council 23 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 French Club 2,32 Boys' Pep 2,33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Boys' Chorus 33 Usher Club 33 Assemblies 1,2,3. STEVENSON, CAROL Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Proctor 2.3. STITH, CRAIG STONE, KENNETH Assemblies 1,2,33 Boys' Chorus 13 Choir 2.33 Operetta Cast 1,233 Football In- tramurals 13 Safety Club 2. STOVER, CAROL Cirls' Pep l,2,33 Proctor' 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. STRAILY, LOIS Girls' Pep l,2,33 lfrcnch Club 2,33 Science Club 23 Choir 33 Sr. Glee 23 Sr. Leader: Modern Dance Club Pres. 2,33 Troy jane Board 23 Squid Club 33 Kansas Council on YVorld Affairs Tour 2: Daisy Chain 2: Assemblies 1.2,3: ALL QUIET on the Tenth Street Front. Elections-September 1959. Opera-tta Chorus 1.2. Dancer 2.3: jr. Real Cross 1.2.33 Cast All-School Party 2,33 Cast -lr.-Sr. Prom 23 Future Tezttli- ers 33 A.F.S. Club 1.2. STRATTON, SUSAN Girls' Pep l,2.33 Future Nurses 1.2.33 Operetta Chorus 2. Dancer 3: Sr. Glee 3: Future Hometnakers. STREETER, SHARON Girls' Pep 13 Business Ed. Club 3, Vice- Pres. 33 Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 3. STROUGH, BARBARA Girls' Pep. STUART, SHARON Transfer from Folsom High School. Folsom, Cal: Future Homemakers 1: Intramurals Captain 1,23 Staff Soph. Party 1. THS: Girls' Pep 1,33 Proctor l. SULLIVAN, REUBY Alt. "B" Team Cheerleader 13 Honor Pep 23 Proctor 13 Assemblies 13 Daisy Chain 2. SUMEY, MARY jr. Red Cross 1,23 A.F.S. 1,21 Debate Timekeeper 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Safety Club 23 Latin Club 13 Proctor 23 SUN- FLOWER Ad Solicitor 13 Daisy Chain 23 Play Cadet 33 Your Show 33 Assem- blies l,2.33 Library Club 2,3, Sec. 33 Play Staff 23 Operetta 2,33 Madrigals 33 Choir 2,33 Dist. Music Fest. 13 Cast All-School Party 33 jr. Glee 1. SWVAN, BOB Student Council 1,2,3, Attorney 33 Vice-Pres Soph. Class 13 Pres. Jr. Class 23 Football l,2,3, Letterman 2,32 Golf Letterman 1,23 Basketball 13 Boys' Pep l,2,3, Treas. 23 A.F.S. Council 1,2,33 Key Club l,2,33 Club l,2,33 Safety Club 1,23 Hi-Y 13 jr. Red Cross 13 Latin Club 13 Boys' Chorus 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party 1,2,33 Cast All-School Party 13 Assemblies 1, 2,33 Honor "T" 1,21 All-School Party Attendant King 3. SYKES, HOMER semblies 2,3. Football 1,21 Boys' Pep 2,33 Track ls TAY1-0R, WARREN Assemblies l,2,33 Band 12,33 Pres. Tro- jr. Red Cross 23 Proctor 33 Play Stall' jan Amateur Radio Club 33 Orchestra 13 Press Club 33 Masque and Wig 3. 33 Operetta Orchestra 3. TEM-PI-IN, KAREN T TALIAFERRO, PHILLIP TALLEY, LLOYD TAYLOR, JANICE Intramurals l,2,33 Sr. Leader: Girls' Pep 1,2,3: 1'rench Club 13 Troy Janes l,2,33 Troy jane Board 13 Daisy Chain 23 As- BOYS' Fashion Show Fredericka Von Slaughterburg Girls' Pep 1,233 Future Nurses 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Operetta Chorus 23 jr. Red Cross 33 Assemblies l,2,3. TETUAN, JOHN Intramurals3 Boys' Pep. TEVIS, KAREN Girls' Pep 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Business Ed. Club 33 Future Nurses 23 lfuture Homemakers 23 Y-Teens 23 Assemblies 1: Orchestra l: Intramurals. THOMAS, BENORA Girls' Pep 1,23 Daisy Chain 2. THOMAS, WILLIAM Boys' Glue 33 Operetta Chorus 3. THOMPSON, ELLEN Intramurals 1,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 A.- F.S. 13 A.F.S. Council 2,33 Spanish Club 1,2,3, Pres. 33 Science Club 23 Future Teachers 13 Staff All-School Party 2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Alt. Rep. Council- 2,33 Honor 23 Ad Solicitor 2,33 Proc- tor 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Band 1,2, So- cial Chrm. 2, Uniform Manager 1,23 Chorus 2,33 Boys' Glee Accompanist 2,33 State Music Fest. 2. THOMPSON, MARCIA Girls' Pep 13 Y-Teens 23 Business Ed. Club of Kansas 3. THURBER, LOIS jr. Red Cross 13 Quill and Scroll 33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 French Club 23 Intra- murals 13 Debate Timckeeper 23 Ad Solicitor 2,33 Band 1,2,3, Ass't Uniform Manager 33 XVORLD Staff 2,3, Ass't Business Manager 3, Circulation Man- ager 2. TILLEY, JEWELL TILLEY, 1-AT Girls' Pep 1.2: Marching Bantl l,2,3. TILLMAN, SHARON Girls' Pep 13 Chorus 3. 259 Senior A czfz'vz'tz'es TODD, PAM Transfer from Nvashburn Rural High School: Pep Club 13 Future Homemak- ers 13 Y-Teens 13 THS: Girls' Pep 23 Daisy Chain 2. TOLAND, LANCE Boys' Pep. TORREZ, JOHN Football 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,33 Track TURNER, GIVEN Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 1. TURN ER, HERSCHELL Wrestling 1,2,33 Tennis 1,23 Math Club 33 Chess Club 2.33 Boys' Pep 31 Band 1,2. TURNER, LINDA Girls' Pep 2,33 Daisy Chain 2. TURNER, YVANDA Business Ed. Club 33 Proctor 23 Girls Pep 1,22 Daisy Chain 2. lg Baseball 1,23 "T" Club 1,2,33 Boys' U Pep l,2,3. TOULOUSE, LARRY Boys' Pep 12.3. URBAN, JONI TOWVLE, PAT Girls' Pep 1.2,33 Alt. Rep Council 13 HOT AIR! Dick Freienmuth and Sue Padget celebrate a birthday. TRAST, JIM Rep Council 23 Proctor 33 Assemblies 1. Boys' Pep 2,33 Alt. Rep Council 33 Wrestlin 23' Usher Club 3' Intra S v - y ' murals 2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Proc- tor 2,31 Assemblies 2,3. TUCKER, KATHLEEN Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Nurses 2. TURNER, ART Boys' Pep 1.2.33 A.F.S. 23 Golf 2.33 In- tramurals l,2,3: Safety Club 23 French Club 13 Alt. Rep Council 13 Honor 13 Honorable Mention .23 Debate 13 Debate Timekeeper 33 SUNFLOXV- ER Staff 1,2,3. Business Manager 2,33 Ad Solicitor 1.2,33 Assemblies 1,21 Press Club 2,33 Kei' Club 1,2,33 Nat'l Foren- sic League l3 County Govn. Day 33 Jr.- Sr. Prom Staff 23 Photography 2,3. 260 URQUHART, JOYCE Safety Club3 Jr. Red Cross 33 Sr. Girls' Council3 Girls' Pep 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Future Teachers 3. V VICTOR, FRANK Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Science Club 1,2,33 Lat- in Club lg Honorable Mention 23 Math Club 3. VIERGEVER, JAMES Sr. Leatlerg Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Key Club 33 Rep Council 1,23 Proctor 33 Intra- murals 1.2.3. VILLAR, DICK Intramurals 1.2. VIRR, RICHARD ' Latin Club 2.33 Math Club 33 Orches. tra 1.2.33 String Ensemble 1.2: Dist. Music Fest. 1,23 State Music Fest. 1,23 Honorable Mention 13 Honor 2' Proctor 33 Assemblies 1.2.31 Operetta 2. W WAGNER, DICK Intramurals 2,33 Boys' Pep 2,33 French Club 2: Band 2,33 Orchestra 2,83 As- setnblies 2,33 Operetta Orchestra 2. WALKER, SUSAN Future Nurses 1,23 Girls' Pep 1.2.33 Jr. Red Cross l. WVALQUIST, JOHN Football 13 Intramurals 1,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2.33 Latin Club 13 Key Club 2,3, Sec. 33 Usher Club 33 Staff All-School Par- ty 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Cast I.aum 33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council3 Sr. Class RCPQ Alt. Rep Council 1,23 Honorable Mention 13 Honor 23 Masque X: 1Vig 33 Proctor 1,2,33 Choir 33 Cast All-School Party 1.33 Operetta 3. WALTER, CONNIE Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Future Nurses 2,33 Future Homemakers 2,33 Library Club 2.33 Proctor 2,33 fASSCIl1lJllCSQ Debate 'Fimekeeper 23 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council3 Jr. Glee 13 Sr. Glee 23 Choir 33 Operet- ta Chorus and Staff 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Honorable Mention 2. WALTERS, CHARLES Transfer from La Juanta, Colo.: Fool- ball l,2,33 1Vrestling l,2,33 Letterman Club 1,23 Track 13 Boys' State 23 Boys' Pep 3. SVALTERS, KAREN Girls' Pep 13 French Club 23 Proctor 13 Cafeteria Cashier 2,3. WARD, BONNIE Girls' Pep l,2,33 French Club lg A.F,S. 1.2.33 Jr. Red Cross l,2,33 Safety Club 2,33 Future Teachers 2,33 Game Cadet 33 Play Cadet 33 Cast Your Show 33 As- semblies 1,2,33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council3 Alt. Rep Council 13 Honorable Men- tion lg Honor "T" 23 Kansas Council on World Affairs 23 Debate Time- keeper 13 Proctor' lg Daisy Chain 23 Choir 2,33 Madrigals 2,33 Orchestra 2, 33 Operetta Chorus 1,23 Dist. Music Fest. 23 Operetta 33 Basketball Cadet 3. WARD, MONTE Trade School Printing 3. W ARDLOW , OLIVER Assemblies 23 Band 1,23 Wrestling 13 Intramurals 2. YVARREN, WESTON Youth for Christ 2,33 French Club 2,33 Chess Club 33 Future Teachers 33 Play Cadets 3. WVARRIOR, JIMMIE Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Nurses 33 Future 1-Ioinemakers PUTTING a little joy into life - a varsity. WVASHBURN, JACK Boys' Pep l,2,35 Band 1.25 Dante lllinri 15 Assemblies l,2,35 A.F.S. 1.2: jr. Red Cross 15 Key Club 15 Alt. Rep Coun- cil Il: Intrainurals Capt. 1,25 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 2: Cast .1Ii.i'lw' 1f0I7l'l'fA 3. WVASSENB ERC, ST EYE Football 1,25 '1'rack 15 Intramurals 2.3: Chess Club 1: Assemblies l,2,35 Band 1.2.31 Boys' Pep. WVATKINS, LEONARD Science Club 1: Intrannlrzils 1.2.3. IVATKINS, TANIMIE NV Transfer from Gulfport Miss. High School: Biology .Xss't 15 Science Club l: T.H.S.: Reporter for IVORLD 3. ATTS, DEE DEE Girls' Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 A.F.S. l,2,35 French Club 15 Safety Club 2,35 Usher Club l,2,35 Jr. Red Cross 1,25 Staff All-School Party 2,35 Staff jr. Sr. Prom 25 Play Staff l,2,35 Assemblies 1,25 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council5, Honorable Mention 15 Honor "T" 25 Debate Timekeeper 35 SUNFLOIVER Staff 32 Thespians 2,35 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Press Club 35 Masque Sc Wig l,2,35 Quill X Scroll 3. WVEAVER, ANN Sr. Leader5 Girls' Pep l,2,35 Intramur- als l,2,35 Troy Janes l,2,35 Troy jane Board 35 Future Nurses 2,35 Assem- blies 1,25 Honorable Mention 15 Ad Solicitor 1,25 Cafeteria Cashier 1,35 Football Cadet 35 Band l,2. WEBB, JACK Transfer from Lafayette High School, Lexington, Kentucky: Science-Math Club l,2, Vice-Pres. 1, Pres. 25 T.H.S.: Science Club 35 Science Seminar 35 K.U. Microbiology Seminar. WEBB, REVA Girls' Pep l,2,35 Future Homemakers 25 Daisy Chain 25 Choir 35 Proctor 2,31 Operetta 2.3: Dist. Music Fest. 35 Sr. Glee 25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Operetta Staff 2,35 Operetta Special Chorus 3. WVEBBER,'ED Pep Club 35 Hi-Y 35 Intramurals 3. WVEBER, LOUISE Future Hotnemakers l,2,3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Future Teachers 2,35 Girls' Pep l,2,35 Latin Club 2,35 jr. Glee 1: Play Staff 35 Usher Club Alt. 35 Honor- able Mention 15 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 25 Debate Time- keeper 15 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 1.2.35 Football Cadet 3. WVEDOFF, CAROL Girls' Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 Future Homeinakers 15 Future Teachers 2,35 Play Cadets 2,35 Atl Solicitor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Cafeteria Proctor l,2,35 Hon- orable Mention 25 Spanish Club 3. WVEDOFF, LINDA Girls' Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 Future Hoineniakers 15 Future Teachers 2,35 Play Cadets 2,35 Ad Solicitor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Cafeteria Proctor l,2,35 Hon- orable Mention 25 Sr. Girls' Council Alt.5 Spanish Club 3. IVEIDEN BACK, GARY Boys' Pep 1,35 Assemblies 35 Proctor 3. WVELBORN, MIKE Boys' Pep 2,3. XVERNER, CARRY WVHEELER, LINDA Girls' Pep l,2,35 Latin Club 15 Safety Club 25 Future Nurses 15 Debate Time- keeper 1,35 Quill S.: Scroll 2,35 SCN- FLOIVER Staff 2,3, Asst. Editor 3: Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 1,35 Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 25 Staff All School Partv 1.2. WHITE, RICHARD 1 Football l,2,35 Track 15 Boys' Pep 2.3: Hi-Y 15 Your Show 35 Cast jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Rep Council 35 Band l,2,35 Dance Band 1,25 Cast All-School Party 1,25 Club 35 Assemblies l,2,3. WICKERSHANI, LLOYD WIERMAN, LINDA Girls' Pep l,2,35 A.F.S. Club 1,25 Safe- ty Club 25 Future Teachers 25 jr. Red Cross Council 2,35 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff Tislz 25 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 25 WORLD Staff 35 Ad Solicitor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Staff All- School Party 1,25 Masque K Xkfig 25 Press Club 2,35 Proctor 3: Quill K Scroll 3. WILDS, LINDA Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Future Nurses l,2,35 Rep Council 15 Youth for Christ 2,3. WILEY, JUDITH Girls' Pep l,2,35 jr. Glcc 15 Sr. Glee 2,35 Future Nurses l,2,35 Operetta l,2,3. WILKERSON, BEVERLY Girls' Pep 1,25 Orchestra l,2,35 Future Nurses 35 Football Cadet 35 Play Cadet 35 Dist Music Fest. l,2,35 State Music Fest. 1,25 Operetta Orchestra 2,35 String Ensemble 1.2.35 Assemblies l,2,35 Daisy Chain 2. W ILLIAMS, BONNIE Youth for Christ 15 Future Nurses 2.35 Girls' Pep l. YVILLIAMS, HELEN WVILLIAMSON, DELORIS Business Ed. Club 35 Co-op Retail Selling Club 35 Girls' Pep 15 Daisy Chain 2. WILSON, DELORES Girls' Pep l,2,35 Daisy Chain 2. HEARTS-not flowers are Skip Cook's Science Fair interest. 4 I 261 Senior Activities WILSON, LILLIE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses 1.2.33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. WILSON, SUE Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Future Teachers 3: Sr. Leader3 Troy jane Board 2.3: As- semblies 23 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council 33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Intramurals I. WILSON, MIKE Track 13 Opevretta 1,2,33 Cast Mister Roberts 33 Cast Laura 33 Cast Pygma- lion 23 Choir 2y3Q Intramurals 132,33 As- semblies 1,2,33 Football 23 Thcspians 2,33 Spanish Club 33 Masque llc Wig 2.3. WIMS, CAROLYN Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Orchestra 13 Assem- blies 13 Daisy Chain 2. WINKLER, LINDA Future Homemakers l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Spanish Club 3. WISEGARVER, IANICE Transfer from Emporia Sr. High School, Emporia Kansas: Girls' Chr 13 Pep Club 13 Y-Teens 13 Wichita East High School: Y-Teens 2: Cirls Glec 23 THS: Business Ed. Club 3. WOERNER, SHERRY Jr. Red Cross 1,23 jr. Red Cross Coun- cil 33 Alt. Rep Council 1,2,33 Sr. Girls Council 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party l,2.3: Debate Time- keeper 1,23 Proctor 1,23 jr. Class Rep 23 Assemblies l,2,3. WOLFE, LEWIS lloys' Pep l,2.:lQ Intramurals 1,23 Co-op Retail Selling Club 3, Pres. 33 Coin Club 3, Sec.-'1'reas. 33 Business Ed. Club 33 Hi-Y 23 Distributive Ed. Clubs nf .Xmt-rica 33 llusint-ss lid. Clubs of Kan- sas 33 Proctor 2. WOLLEN, CAROL Girls' Pep 13 Retail Selling Club 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Voc. Part-Time Busi- ness Club 33 Co-op Retail Selling Club 3. WOOD, NANCY Cirls' Pep 1.2.33 Daisy Chain 23 Came Cadet 33 Proctor' 2.33 Sr. Leader. WOOD, NEIL Cross Country 13 Intramurals 1.2.33 Iioys' Pep 1.2.33 Latin Club 13 Key Club 1.23 Math Club Pres. 33 Cast Mislrr Itolrerlx 33 Assemblies 13 Rep Council 33 Honorable Mention 13 Kansas Coun- tzil on WtJt'lt1 Affairs 'I'our 23 Masque Xe Wig 3. WOODS, DAVID Science Fair Xvinner 13 lloys' Pep 13 Operetta Orchestra 13 Dist. Music lfest. 13 State Music Fest. 1,23 Band 1, 2.33 Your Show 33 Youth Symphony 33 Science Club 13 Kansas Co-op Speech lfest. 23 Debate 33 Press Club' 3g Natl lforensic League 33 Honorable Mention 1,23 Assemblies l,2,33 Topeka Sym- phonic Band 23 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Dance Band 13 Masque 84: Wig 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 VVORLD Staff 33 X'Vood-WVind Ensem- ble 2.33 County Cov't Day 3. WOODS, OSCAR Proctor 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Track 2. 262 WORKMAN, CHARLES Boys' Pep l,2,33 Sr. I.t'ader3 Hi-Y 1,23 Intramurals l,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council3 Football. WVORTHINGTON, BOB Intramurals 13 lloys' Pep 1,23 Sr. Boys Council. WR EN ICK, DALE Key Club 1.2.33 Intramurals 1.2.33 Boys' Pep 1.2.33 Safety Club 2,33 As- semblies 1,2,33 Honorable Mention 23 Cast Mister Roberts 33 Ad Solicitor 1, 2.33 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra l. Y YOUNG, ELIZABETH Girls' Pep l,2,33 Safety Club 23 Future Homemakers l,2,33 Cafeteria Hostess li Daisy Chain 23 Coat Check Stand 1.2. YOUNG, SANDRA KAY Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Future Nurses 2.3, Corr. Secretary 33 Y-Teens 2,33 Inter- club Council 23 Proctor 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. YOUNT, MILDRED Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Homemakers 1, 2,33 Library Club 23 Play Staff 1,23 Choir l,2. Z ZAKER, KAREN Science Club 1,23 Girls' Pep 12,33 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council3 Squid Club 2,33 Press Club 2,33 Rep Council 1,23 Honor 23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 2,33 Troy jane 33 Sr. Leader3 Ad Solicitor 2,33 WORLD Staff 33 Quill and Scroll 3. ZENTNER, Joe Boys' Pep 33 Orchestra 33 State Music Fest: Dist. Music Fest3 Operetta 3. zlcla, UTA A.F,S. Exchange student from Ger- many 33 Honor Pep 33 Operetta 33 A.F.S. Council 33 Science Club 33 Mod- ern Dance Club 33 Squid Club 33 Cast Your Show 33 Assemblies Sr. Girls' Council3 Choir 3. CAFETERIA chit-chat. OH! ME? 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K Q I For once we'll get rid of all our blank verse is And say this in rhyme that is short and terse: ' 'V "' - Putting out the yearbook is ajob, We all know, But after the staff, what makes it go? THE ADVERTISERS!!! And so, merchants of this fair town, ,xxr I 5' I - t . gg L s : 1 "- 'S f 'Q 'Q--T 16, is M JY k..,4 Lk . ,ttt g ' ff wfamgqvf df. -zglffgm L, L . ,,i.- ' , I f:!': - E riio sstr rtta We devote these pages to your great renown. N e w aiss Q s sti! lf tisi a as 2 eers s ' if 9 5. A s tsrsoszs r t al t 'I ll' E' sn f "f -b', E E E Qs'! - 4. .!.s.: a " Q tats W 7 iili iiti ' E ifglfgf ' Q',kk- Q, l 1 A K f "-f qN,-f A ' 't :-.l,.,r.,,, F 'Wi 27. f W f - , effzvasffswfw- 'A ' vsiieiils s . .i gf - -'-'sfsr:g:Qg 3 ut, f S: f Editor's Column- H ere 'tis-in Red Leather THE OLD SUNFLOXVER staff is about to retire. Here's your if 1' book-we've loved doing it-hope you love reading it and keep- V' ing it-and keeping it-and keeping it-forever and forever and pypy 2 forever. We may look cross-eyed and bedraggled, but we're still if W' here, rooting for the best class of all-forerunners of the Silly, PERTURBED! YOUR ONE-STOP CAMERA SHOPS.. lFE'S K ,... , -' fizii i ' A ' I i - . .IN TOPEKA , M f f 17 5 X 70PIlf,4If RMIW6 MUIIMI IIAFJFARIIRJ 0 Main Office -7I5 Easi' 4+h 0 Highland Cresl - 200 Easi' 29+h 0 Seabrook Branch- 20 I9 Gage 0 Pauline Branch - Pauline Sentimental, Soaring Sixties, whatever they be. el? Pk Blk ilk ak blk Sk SF ik 1K1 1959-1960 has been an unusual year in many ways, in others a typical year for 2400 Trojans. New and exciting activities added spark to the well-ordered and well-loved traditions. SG SF Pl? fl? elk To the world's peoples it has had its highlights-new develop- ments in science-perhaps can- cer and other so-called incurable diseases are being conquered. No longer do we talk only of Sputniks and Luniks, but Ex- plorers, Vanguards, Pioneers, and Tiros are aloftg and there are men in training for that first and frightening trip to the un- known in outer space. Sk ill ll? fl? :lk Educators have been excited, frustrated, and determined-for things are going to change dur- ing the new decade-for the better. elif Il? Pl? ik Ill! This was the year of the extra day, February 293 the year of the big snows and the long iciclesg the year of the census beginning on April Fools Dayg the year for Republicans, Dem- ocrats, and freelancers. Now is the year 1960, when 665 of us who have been Trojans for three years start out in the world. ll? Sk elk Pl? Sk lVe've said it beforeg we'll say it again: This is THE YEAR. Pl? 3? 3? ills Sis Continued on page 274 266 Now is the time to think about. . . WASHBURN UNIVERSITY OF TOPEKA Washburn University is Topel4a's ownl For almost one-hundred years students have proudly gone trom Washburn prepared in many tields ot endeavor. Today, more than ever be-tore, trained leadership is needed in all wallcs ot lite. You will tind college lite at Washburn rich and rewarding. With all the advantages ot a metropolitan university, Washburn also retains the individual attention available only in smaller schools. On the Washburn campus is a well-rounded social lite and the many extra-curricular activ- ities which help guide you towards the goal you seelc. When you think-ot college, think ot Washburn! You will meet many ot your high school 'Friends-when you enroll at Washburn. Make Washburn University ot Topeka your choice when you leave the "Halls ot Troy." For complete information please write or call: Admissions Counselor Washburn University ot Topeka Phone CE 5-534l 267 The most BEAUTIFUL flowers for your SHIECMM 3000 W. IO+Iw S+. CE 4-0531 CHARTER - 'ilqinq School - PLANE RENTAL Sam CSSIIH Sawing CAPITCL AIR SERVICE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT wOOLwORTH'S W Sh Hn W H SEABROOK e o e or IOIT you. v STOP VIESSIWOIIIIS 21st and Gage Blvd. for TopeIca's Largeslr Se-Iec+ion Tgpeka Kansas 625-29 Kansas Ave. TYPEWRITER CO.. INC. ANN PAPIN h keys of an OLYNIPIA por- table typewrit f m The WESTERN TYPE- 123 West 6th Street WVRITER Co. In . Topeka, Kansas MAKE PAYMENTS LIKE RENTAL 68 HILL 6: DALE RESTAURANT - In University Village . 5 ll". 2613 Weg1 2151 Sf, STH-E loXR,:?5,' 4'Suy it with Flowers 'n Q 055' 1 "' Muni' 5 The Terrace Room Avmnnns ron Pmvmn plumes Frank Custenborder 8: Sons, Florists l709 Gage Blvd. Phone CE 5-3466 BUFFET SUPPER szxvzn on SUNDAY EVENINGS TOPEKAI KANSAS DIBBLE S Super Markets Since 1887 Huntoon 8g Lane 29th 8. Topeka Plaza Store Holliclay Square 21st 8. Randolph University Village Q ll23 WEST SIXTH CE 4-6677 0 fvvflj l .. . fvw :own -na usur eonnulv RADIO AND T'V- TOPEKA, KANSAS SUPPLY 269 O 5 For a Reliable Pharmacisf il"s S A L Z E R ' S SEABROOK PHARMACY PHONE CE 3-645'l 1939 Gage Topeka, Kansas Hua Pnice Cafe Hi-way 24 Easf JO JOHNSON "Walk in style . - . fvifb 511065 Phone FL 7-4662 from Lyle'5" , Ira says: "l don'f wanf a million 71 A SSS, iusf a million friends!" S l10 G S 6 S S THE CLARK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS , V .fp Band Inslrumenfs - I C Muslc Accessories .441 , 1 .ifz:m,,'9f. . X , WMMBUHN .-.-1--,-Q., '-1f 4. .,.,f.e ,,,, ,.- --,f--- - ----- X , Hg -1--' . f 1 ' to CET" Qasxssiil C Axles! ll -4 , my if --" 1- 9 "' 6' 0 Magnus Cord Organs Webcor Sfereos CARLSON'S FOR MUSIC 270 I SIMILAR A X f., s ww Mons co. "uNlFoRMs or olsTlNc'rloN" I I42I W. 6th Sireel' Phone CE 5-036i cf!" My A Topeka, Kansas .Y A v We make beH's, cover bu'Hons and do buf- fonholing. See our 25,000 cards of buffons, square dance dress frim, and complefe line of nofions. We carry everyfhing you need. FRISBY'S NOTION SHOP I5I7 Wes+ 6'rh S+. CE 2-6800 HERE SHE GOES! Rita Mfinkelman is ready for her 160 word-a-minute try. She is using an UNDERWOOD DOCUMETOR electric typewriter supplied by CRANE AND COMPANY, INC. office Outfitters. Crane 81 Co., Inc. IIO E. Eighth Topeka, Kansas MEET YOUR FRIENDS and talk over the activities at THS at the DAIRY QUEEN. Bill Mills, Vzm Moe, Pat Cragert, and Nancy French enjoy refreshment and good talk. DAIRY QUEEN 17th s. Medford DEE EHIEIISUH SPORTING GOODS INC. 932 Kansas Ave. Phone FI. 7-4269 The Sfore Behind the Sporfs BOBO DRIVE INS 41: I Hunioon 81 Lincoln jj: 2 1'01'h 81 MacVicar Foods Personally Prepared "Onion Rings" Our Own 271 TOPgK A . AUTO FABRQC sw TOPEKA AUTO FABRIC 225 Easf Fiflh CEn+ral 2-8680 EVVCOMB GLOVERHN ARCHITECTS 3101 HUNTOON V TOPEK A. KANS .27 KANSAS AR MEMBERS AMERICAN 'uunnxm STTUT O A C CTS C 51 0Y9llAW QQ TWO TOPEKA STORES Exclusive Dealers of Men's and Boys' Wear l....... 350l S. Topeka Blvd. Where Parficular Peaple Eaf" . , my A ' V f' ' " W V W .f1W,,...A 272 Cheuuolet 'lon I 960 "'.The Leaden Leacla Again" Ronnie Bliss. Margaret Bachman, Ianet Sowers, and Tom Clark try out the new 1960 Chevrolet Impala convertible and find it "perfect" Scott Motors Tenth 81 Qunicy Phone CE 5-2341 7 IIIEIIS IIPIIIIAI SIIIVIIII Dispensing Opfician 505 MILLS BLDG. PHONE CE 4-3217 Sun Glasses - Binoculars Life Insurance is I'I1e Besi Property in 'I'I1e World 'Io Own The American Home Life Insurance Company Topeka, Kansas CE 4-0458 Local Agenfs RoIIie Knox Harry Rivers Don RoeI1I Andy Sowers Leigh Bingham Bob Briggs Hink Guy Loren Hohman Continued from page 266 This year the student body had an important voice in school policy when it decided between fall and spring elections. The difficult decision clearly defined both assets and drawbacks and closed a thorough investigation. However, we speak for everyone when we say that the l959 fall elections were smoothly run by Pete and Polly. Competition was keen and a good slate of officers carried us through the year. Sk PII: 5? :IF Sk Coming on the heels of elections, Homecoming was minus some of its usual embellishments - the bonfire, the assembly skit, and several floats. Speaking of the latter, Trojan boy pepsters did a fine job on theirs-too bad they didn't get the green light on their theme before they started work. "Can the Cats" was an unusuallv lively slogan. SIC 'IF PI? ills :Ill "Fabulous" was the reaction to the return of Your Show. VVe once again became aware of the tremendous variety of talent available in our own student body. Let's hope next year's schedule includes another ver- sion of "a really big sho - o - ow." ik 3? III: Sis HF This was the 25th time that THS has played host to debaters from all over the state. The NFL chapter planned the silver anniversary tournament. A suc- cessful season closed with a third place victory in the state meet and hosting of the Sunflower League in a close-of-the-season banquet. ,Ik IIIK SF 9? fl? How about IO0-percenters, now? Mr. Reid certainly hit the nail on the head when he made us realize that it's better to do one thing Well than to meddle in a dozen activities half-heartedly. We won't forget that l00-per- centers back up Troy's teams with both enthusiasm and good sportsmanship. :IS JIS II? 1? FIS Continued on page 282 274 ' I4I4 Wesl I5+h Slreel Tihny The Home of Invisible Shoe Repairing SEWELL Tire 81 BaH'ery, Inc. 609 College Ave. Colleoe l-lill Phone FL 7-4409 ' I I I "THIS ONE looks fabulous!" Deanna Kirk and Kirby Deeter - browse over the records at SEARS for "Selections-Unlimited." 120 East Sixth Phone CE 4-3461 ZS' me "SE RS l l l C.G.BLAKELY 8:C0. INSURANCY Business and Personal 3rd 81 Topeka CE 5-1377 .m- X C3 lx fx CIS? '-L Us NNCQE nw 275 - -, - -- , I. 553: gg , fig ,A Af C00 S. f I wg . E I I 5 , If f '- E ' 1 I f If FSI' 'H -f A 1 11 g33915Eil'f:i6i!!2iA3gl 51-f ASL A. 1 A LOOKING OVER the stock at the FRED HILL MEN'S SHOP where the man about town gets his Clothes. Roberta Smith and Pam Hill. TODAY More People by Far Are Cooking with Gas WI.. THE GAS Topeka SERVICE and COMPANY SPORTING GOODS SEABROOK HARDWARE 2029-3I Seabrook 200 Wesl blh S+- Kms Phone CE 4-0435 Fl. 7-OOSI Q 'fe ston 0 HEADQUARTERS 21 YEARS OPEN A .CHARGE ACCOUNT .QQ CAPITAL sursn ssnvlcs sPoR1sMANs sroks ff Qfi' 5 LOCATIONS 911 QUINCY-TOPEKA NQ DQWN TOPEKA. KANSAS Blu. ASAY- Men. ,hPAY3'lE,NT, I HOME OWNED-FRED W. ASAY Azzf THE FINEST IN SPORTS EQUIPMENT 276 W--M.P.s..uJlf 2 MEET YOUR FRIENDS Lloyd c. 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Mariin Lumber 5,9 ,ACKSON A -Huaaeq flqencq PH. cs 4-0511 J' 55' A NQUAEHY KA 627 Topeka Avenue 'rave Phone CE 3-4175 279 Compliments of Band Box Dee Dee Says "If it is the finest in Portraiture, it is by Wichersf' Always remember "Wichers for Pictures." Cleaners and Laundry . Wlchers ,,, .J - .J - , Portralt A " Studio DeeDee Watts FQRTH If X ,E J' JMJXNX It M 'Q fx S f Today, more than ever, Life Insurance benefits the Policy Ownersg in death, benefits the family as well. Your security man affords you a wide variety of plans to cover individual, family, and busi- ness needs. With the motto "Life and Disability Insurance to Fit Every Need" he is qualified to meet your individual life and dis- ability requirements. For a better tomorrow, call your Security Man today. He is listed in the yellow pages. I' N guvm ' " I KANSAS' LARGEST f SECURITY BENEFIT LIFE " INSURANCE COMPANY TOPEKA. KANSAS I ILHIFE HNSIUE Q ' J My 53 455 H ' xt " ,gg gg 6 f w his I , I I ff X ' EOUNDED 1892 0 A MUTUAL, LEGAL RESERVE COMPANY I- ,A fW"'v1 -f ,.. Prescriptions Drugs ,9 nzzA non ,I4 I PIZZA HUT J- --fr if GW f Ja 'f-.- -fx 'I."-r. 1 , 4, ,-f'f Lf ll In ' Carry Out or Eat Here may gs - ORDERS BY PHONE - I HM' open 5 P.M. 'cn Midnight Dany I IOOI Kansas 2605 W. 2Is+ CE 4-5686 CE 2-0568 280 , . Niairwx ' ,nf-Wg :I zwvffivllliizfif, , ...Vi'S'f- , mm 1 X K.. , x "zz iifif. ' f '1??'wE'la - Q.. ' k 59123: -PZ-lf. -m..,f'?f, fd- AQJVUS5-R 1 -eriffls-ffif, W 4 7,k. W, .,,,, -3,11 , ,Q riff ' W ,.., ww-Lf X ffm, , , a n EM - JW , , ,U : gm If - 'TE 4- ii 2 ,,,. .. ,N , an ,W 7 .,,.xL 'M in . 51-lifyxz . 'ff' ' , flrl if zggfzs2Ee5i.f .fx f . 1, W W, , .ff - ,ff ' 7- A453 43:15 ' 4 "f:7aKi'Lxaz STS? 'yfiliiirl ii' , flag- A,fgffaQi.z:ff- N ffmwy iif?fF2 f- 'Riff-iw V 1, A 7 2si4211'-If ' Y'-1 WF M ff?" -'2+Vmrvies'fi fsizsiafl 'QQ-mmf -f'A:: 1 , ,y Q, X. 923525. xii.-fs: yall? 'ist lfff , Msn A ggg-g i . . ,.-,, :W 'f?3,5i?1a 'V , -Siyzilfigi : ,qfffsvgli L' Riff' k N. , K : , 2:5521 TN '- . mm ...., W ,Ut - ,, ,mn . W, 'fy , . Q ,Q H-w ww . F '- gf :ex H ,gl ,K 5 gn if ' RADIO Wafches Diamonds "Your Store of Quality" ARMSTRONG JEWELRY 429 Kansas CE 2-7674 "Food or Rrefreshmenfs for All Occasions" HELEN'S CATERING SERVICE Caiering by Appoin'I'men'l' Shop Hours 11 AM io 6 PM Closed Sundays 605 Topeka and Holidays CE 4-9783 USE OUR MOTOR BANK 5th 6 flaclzaon 1 ,W WHETHER DEPOSITS are large or small, it takes only minutes to complete the details. Doug Hamilton, Joan Oliver, Robert Farnsworth and B. Sharp at the drive-in window enjoy modern "banking style." MERCI-IA A TIUNAI- B A N K Continued from page 274 As this goes to press we don't know "whether we are or Wheth- er we aren't" the 20th holder of the National B ella m y Flag Award. Mfhatever happens on May 18, the spirit of pride and competition kept Mrs. Greer and Mr. Weaver busy answering questions, mailing statistics, and keeping Trojans on tiptoes. Sk Sk :Xi ll? Sli This was the year the band got the "blue ribbon." Mr. Don Jacoby-and who plays the brass any better-said it was a great organization. No wonder per- mission has been granted by the school board for the Trojan Band to apply for the honor of representing the Kansas Centen- nial at the 1961 Rose Bowl. Sk Sk ik Sk 3? The Christmas season was prop- erly and festively ushered in with the very best of All-School Parties. The fantasy of fairy tale characters suited the right mood. Queen George and King Mike and their eight attendants were the perfect choice to rule over a gala affair. Wonder how it feels to be the top honor student in a far away land? Bob Dolgoff piled up laurels for himself and Troy when he rated highest at his French lycee. 'He and summer visitor Jon Ekdahl were fine am- bassadors on the two AFS pro- grams to Europe. fi? Pk Sk 3? ik Uta and Yanti-Europe and the Far East. Now they're Trojans with a lot ol' the spirit ol' the great open spaces. XfVe've all loved knowing them and hope they go back to their honielands feeling the warmth of friend- ship with America because ol' their months with us. Bon Voy- age! Auf XfViedersehen! Hasta Luega! Fare Thee Well! 121 Pl? Pl? dk Sk Continued on page 290 282 ar17TopdwBhwL. Opew-Noon fill, 2 A. M. PATTY CAIN, Martha Peach, and Carl johnson enjoy the FAST SERVICE at the TIP TOP Drive In. SCHAFFERT-GRIMES DRUG Gage Cenler 393l Hunloon CR 2-l22I FREE DELIVERY "The Family Drug Sl'ore" Prescriplions Cosmelics Hallmark Cards Gifls. Toys The Beaufiful All New DODGE DART The "All American" Economical Car Be Our Guesl for a Tesl' Drive lCourl'esyj 918 Quincy CE 2-0596 HAMMOND onsANs THE TROJAN BAND sTElNwAY coNN sANn J E N N S AND on-len INSTRUMENTS PlANos 915 Kansas MUSE Co' Fl. 4-8508 2 f- Haj.: 1T1mi,,, Q l v n ,xx .. LM.. Mx .,.,. . :- .i!5,,v,.,: 171121 fu- ,.,..., .. - Topeka's Leading Sign here - Fgnergl Direcfors m Tglephone 1715 . . -Mgf--WffMWMm-Q-w--MM44-..- ct! 3-2326 -5077 , L,,. J f- V ' 4 N ' J., Qf'W5L . 25,3,mr.2Lf Q3 fa., I I H . ' ' ' an Q ' un 1 w b im O K W O M . JA, g - 'L Q A ki E K, M ,fi in . I QVSAWJL JYNU5 fpdvaegklcgnn 5 I 1 Jixnfwgym, 2 5U.,,,:fL as T!s L Ms2J'f'L mf'L f'2ffKlf1 ,i1.,2A ,gIZf1fAf'v b0'1 fm. .,.j3lnfE fJxfM1fgjI Jwf., ,f-wxfzq, 1qexQvQw,gN11kQi3 , A ,gig-w,411A,i, ,eqfggibigl 1 jffgxbvgva q .lug JQWACWUE MW 2 15 iii ,. H- vw, A K gf ! 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IIIPEKII "HOME OWNED QUALITY IEWELERSU CAROL STEELE and Karen Iott wear mah- ratta weave tarpoon "Winkies" with yarn dyed to match shirts by Thermo Iac fea- tured in Seventeen Magazine. PALACE Sportswear Department for shorts, swim suits and play clothes. Tr 5 V 5- P' 4 rm Q 9 tr.. 2 Y K, km RALPH MUXLOXV, Paul Anderson, and James McKethen wait on Bob Mfright and Marcia Oroke in that FRIENDLY SERV- ICE manner that HENDERSON'S are noted for. Henderson Drug Store 1407 W. 15th FL 4-8746 . . A : :f .'-yy U L. A. FULLER MOTOR CO., Inc. 1028-30 KANSAS AVE. TOPEKA, KANSAS fo-- 'Af fan? ' .7 M 'wa,0 1:- Youll be slttmg pretty when you turn to 709-711 Kansas Avenue . . . In Topeka Sinceti888 - WIBW radio dial 580 AND WIBW-TV channel 13 for the very Best in Radio and Television Entertainment 5 Q .K , wfvzfr: y , - .- V f - ..., -, , 1 5 ' - W Y " '4 'f , ' 2i7'f.-wizlsff W wil -A '-1... 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Belcher, Owner CONN ORGANS-Kimball Pianos r 1212 w. am sf. cs 2-4927 281 . A , fQf'1 ..zg: i .'Li2f ffA-A 'f,. A f 1 ,,A.L ,.,. ,r , , , H5555 wf-e4A.:f : fl - . wh ' - 1 7 .1 Q.: . MW:-ff f 1 - - ETS?" SSM- ' ' . are f. :-42133 2 1 - 1 I ,.2f1-we fri-11 . A , aa, f ' ' , 1' N " ' , , 1 i 'S A X A , Q5 1 A H , 1 A W' A 2-X5 In pg, . , A 9 3 1 A A - r F : A A A 1 ra 1 5 , .. . lf f-- M " ,1 muffler - -Sw: 1300 Wesi' Six'l'h OPEN EVENINGS LARGE FREE PARKING LOT American Linen Supply "H Pays fo Keep Clean" 1016 W. 69h Street Phone CE 4-3475 DAVE CRANDALL AND BELINDA BROWN SELECTING MARK 111 SUIT AT AI.C. PENNEYYS. NNEY' Beat Wiahea 'Jopelea -l-liqh Hess Jewelry 915 N. Kansas Auflrorized Jeweler AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE - BILLFOLDS GIFTS - BRIEF CASES - HAND BAGS - NOCONA BOOTS - PENDLETON SHIRTS - DOBBS HATS TOPEKA LEATHER SHOP C i Fine Leafher Goods and Weslern Wear banana Auakweohme Rmes Experl' Leafher and Zipper Repairing iii:-iii I I Saddles we WA 732 KANSAS AVE. E ! PHONE CE 2-9342 TOPEKA. KANSAS 288 I 4 S IBB! Ei I' Rl WW bm- Just wear a smile and a ANTZEN Vicki Loebsack and Linda McEntire like all our sportswear, why don't you come in and see il you like it too. Th IH 'Gill 'pillvw-vu .e aes DRESS SHOP In SpOl'fSW6C1l' by phone CE 4-7073 . . . 1947 GAGE BOULEVARD Miss Pat of California 1-gp-EKA, KANSAS Compliments oi Love. Tagguri' 81 Robb, Inc. 605-7 Jackson FL 4-9525 1719 West Tenth Continued from page 282 Such a year for dramaticsl XVho ever thought a high school cast could achieve a believable pro' duction of Air. Roberts? It was authentic, virile, lull ol' good humor, and with just the right touch of sentiment. Even jill had her moments when she nib- bled the captains palm tree. Pretty, pretty Betsy was a real charmer, surrounded by all her shipshape admirers. Then there was Laura-a chil- ler-diller if there ever was one. Mike Wilson was so good that he made every play of the sea- son, an enviable record. In the "psychiatric center of the world", why shouldnt a play like Lady in the Dark go over with a bang? YVell, it did, and the whole drznnatics depart- ment should just sit back with the TESL ol' us and say GREAT! AS regal Princess Anastasia, as the hilarious Tish Carberry, and as the bewildered Lady, Vicki Loebsack sets another rec- ord in an almost unbelievably versatile acting career. Queen of Courts came and went almost before we knew what was happening. Pert, petite, pretty Polly Palmer didn't pick a peck of pickled peppers, but with her equally lovely attendants ruled over her willing subjects with the right amount ol' regal poise. 3? Il? Sis 4? 3? Swimming took the spotlight this year when pool competition came into its 'own. We wouldn't be at all surprised if some fu- ture Olympic Still' climbed his ladder of success right up out of our li'l old swimmin' hole. The girls went in for beauty and symmetry and they did a hne job of Hcoloringl' the pool in their annual water show. Continued on page 298 Appraisals Real Es+a+e Righf of way Ageni Insurance wma alle 103 93 3 "fh'l9" xg 4010 wssr :lsr srnssf -gmlgiief 'roPExA. KANSAS 'fsn DALE BUCHANAN R Complimenfs of David Marshall enioys The MODERN SHOE SERVICE OLDSMCBILE, INC. Speciamgin Dyeing and Cleaning 222 Wesl 7+h CE 5-3434 9I6 Kansas Ave. CE 3-7425 Plaza Hardware Roswlck-Marsh , Hardwore-Housewares-Point School of Open Sunday P.M. 12:30-5:30 1236 Lone 'Phone CE 2-2360 Accordian Sz Guitar Priva'l'e Lessons , Band Lessons x Trial Plan 'for beginners Wesf Pl'lOne Hunfoon OPEN Monday and Thursday Evenings 29 .S li cl home clqcuin Q9 Om QQ sr W? 5 O2 951 6 63 QU E mLQJ 'cg 5- 53 N 68 E? sr E63 -2 25? 3 LJ!- Ulm' :so 'ii'- An S Q- .4 S2 G Dale to wer y 'fire 4 - 6:15pm 'The Gene MM Records Slrow ' 2 ua 1 292 40141 fn 40141 fn Swwice ! 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MCELROY QOOWQSS qomom., wma... 'wmb qou ,Gov wand-wmng Refrigeration 8. Heating Inc. qowuq, mam-in +0 MQ 2611, ww 17th CE 5-8757 wood, e Hlev 294 THE COLUMBIAN TITLE 8: TRUST Co. "6O" 110 w. afh Topeka, Kansas BE Absiracis of Tifle - Tiile Insurance GQ , A Kansas Tiile Company John W. Dozier, Presidenl BARN ETT RAMBI-ER, INC- 21:59.waist-.!if'i?::fi.,.. Sir.:-,Skims':z:t.:i:""'e Assislanf Traasurers I0 l 5 QUTHCY Clifford D. Brown M. L. Nye Margery Cherry Jean O'Brien John W. Dozier, Jr. E. C. Sodergren Llnitec! Glzrlstlan outlz movement U G U UCYM officers are front row: .lean Eberheart, Faith, Barbie Kibler, Secretaryg and Dave Thompson, Fellowshipg Back row: lim Parks, Veepg Jon Ekdahl, Treasurerg Terry Smith, President, Chuck Feyh and Carl Johnson, Citi- zenship. Missing: Buzz Colton, Mfitness. All are active in shool-sponsored groups also. afhfiatecf with cgopeka Gouncif of c9f....C1.e. Projects : 0 Hcilloweening for CROP 9 Christmas Carol Sing 0 Youth Week Service C Eosfer Sunrise Service QUALITY-A WOLF TRADITION FOR OVER THREE GENERATlONS The Jewelry fo Please fhe Mos? Discriminafing E :, Company .J E W E I. E R S 123 Eas+ 7+h Phone CE 3-9688 725 KANSAS AVE 295 i PERSONALITY POSING LIGHTING Kirby Deeter Sherril Murrow Terry Courter fBarton3 CChristopherD CH. V. Lyle! Barton Photography .... . . . Christopher Studio .... . . . Corliss Hathaway .... . . . Hodge Studio ..... . . . Harold V. Lyle ....... . . . Kent Lyle Wichers Portrait Studio .... . . 1916 Gage. . . 822 Kansas. . . 727 Kansas. . . 714 Kansas. . . 1419 W. Sixth. 1206 W. Tenth .821 Kansa ... CE 2-4837 .FL 4-8664 CE 2-0424 .FL 4-7153 CE 4-7121 CE 3-3777 CE 4-0939 Topekans afeprtunate in havzng 296 ,AL I LM A ' , L vb V MN , Jjl Miwggflfiiijeil ie, QUALITY SIMPLICITY Nancy Dunn K udy Pauls Wichersl Kent Lyle CLEARNESS Roy Keitel l C C J 1HodgeJ THESE QUALITIES ARE BASIC TO FINE PHOTOGIEbB.pl1JXV7Vx' Polly Palmer Hathaw X ' 0 X I ffl' ' 1 MPLHA I fb JU l"' v Kqiiffjl-JEXPRESSION JJ My T 0 l KW Q 5 J, Oiqbb ffgefwfw Wil fjglllfiypfjyg the best prwssional service ossiblef W 1 9 4 I . I 1 Four convenient Topeka locations: Highland Crest 409 E. 29th North Topeka 923 N. Kansas Ave. Seabrook 3913 W. 2ls1 Holliday Square 29th 8- Topeka- Ave. Free parking af all four convenient locations STATIONERY CO. var xnunts AVENUE TOPEKA, KANSAS Phone CE 5-2337 Continued from page 290 fjfffflflllllllll lVhat an operetta to have produced - C'OlOl'l'lll, tune- ful, sentimental. VVhenever we see "corn as high as an ele- phant's eye" we'll recall sweet Laurey and Curlyg we'll remem- ber Ado Annie's predicamentsg welll drop a tear because "poor -Ind is daidf' Two sellout shows were proof that 5,000 people liCll, the same way we did. "Read every word every week in The WORLD' is a pretty good survey of how the students have accepted their own publication this year. Van and his staff did a good job of getting all the or CE 2-7741 news of honors, curriculum, and activities combined with edito- rials, features, and some nice GREETING CARDS literature. FineUW0RT..D!! Books if li STATIONERY Three hundred pages, a million FOUNTAIN PENS words, c'an't say all the things GIFTS that come to mind as we review these wonderful years. XN'e thought we were PERTVRBIZD when we started to look back, A V '--I " wards. Now that were signing ? l, ' off, it's PLEASED we are? and 5? f. , - 15 grateful to all the staff members 5? L-I f i- 'Y , and aartirularlv Mrs. Greer. lt's ,- -- ig 5 . I U, fi nk' ' ' HF- aio' Q gf ,. 5, , 1 really been a fine year. 5. flglyii' Z ZF -T1 , - - f' ff, X l ' f V Covertlyyours, TQ? :ga fl 3 91? :ling A ' -: -l f ' discretelvl -Q L. gr---it 5 f J' 'fs' Wfw-'M' if 1 f 1 my . . .. . . . -..,' " rfilic fave 10125 LM, ana! 5' Une aon WEST sixrn 1 i xg . TOPEKA'KANSAS i ' PLEASED! 9 NEED Chairs? Tables? Dishes? Silver? Punch Bowls? Snack Se'I's? See TOPEKA CHAIR RENTAL :sin wes+ 6+h FL 4-73I4 SHOREY DRUG STORE Reliable Prescriprion and Drug Service 600 W. Paramore Phone FL 9-9662 Esfablished 1935 SPRING FASHIONS from CLARNS CLOTHES CLOSET worn by Paula Grover, Mary Lynn Myers, and Sandy Davis. CLARA'S CLOTHES CLOSET 2027 Seabrook AN INVITATION: Make PHARMACY your career. Visit This outstanding pharmacy and discuss your future. KING PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 2200 WEST I0'rh FL 7-033I M. M. KING Victory Sand and Stone Company Ready - Mix Concrele Sand lall gradesl Gravel- Crushed S+one Phone CE 3-3285 C. Einneuls Useol Cars MAGNUSON LET'S BUY-SELL GR TRADE SAVE S E Z BROTHERS El T Signs 4-OO Wes+ Gordon Sfreel - Phone CE 3-2298 4 Blocks Wesf of Norrh Topeka Pos? Office l4I0 Kansas Ave. 299 PRCFESSICNAL Richard H. Hamillon, D.D.S. Haler E. Kennedy. D.D.S. i R Lawson 8: Kennedy. M.D. Medical AHS Building Powers. Preslon 81 Bridwell, M.D Wikslen 81 Dickson. M.D. Ray Woodworlh, D.D.S. Orville R. Clark, M.D. Francis T. Collins, M.D. Wm. H. Crouch, M.D. Finney, Hieberl, Beller 81 Miller. M.D. Charles S. Joss 81 Donald W. Selzer. M.D. Mau 81 McClure, M.D. O'Neil 81 Co'l'l'on. M.D. R. E. Pfuefze, M.D. Pyle 84 Gray, M.D. Trees, Joyce 81 Kroll, M.D. Nalional Reserve 300 DIRECTCRY ' , , 6 John W. Cavanaugh. M.D. Decker 81 Lessenden, Derma+oIogis1's Jack Garhan, D.D.S. W. C. Hansen, D.D.S. Bruce W. Miller, D.D.S. L. C. Osborn. D.D.S. G. A. Wempe, D.D.S. Mills Building 1 Garlinghouse Building Byron J. Ashley. M.D. Floyd C. Beelman, M.D. Davis 81 Davis, Op'I'ome'I'ris'l's OTHERS Gordon A. Summers, O.D. 1911 Gage Warren E. Roberis, M.D. 1911 Gage Richard 0'I'hmer. D.D.S. 1907 Gage 301 -I-opekals Mod Convenieni, Bank Life - Arcident - Sickness - Hospitalization offers a Compleie Banking Sem SECURITY 4K Free Parking 'K Drive-Up Tellers Y Nighl Deposiiory K Safe Deposit Boxes fl Checking Accounls 'K Savings Accounis 'K Banking By Mail 'K Auto Loans 'Il Personal Loans 'K Real Esiate Loans Securi+y MuI'uaI Life Ins. Co. of Lincoln, Neb. A. VV. Hnfenstein James Clifton Off. Ph. .fXlIrecl M. Tyler, CE 3-4640 I 1, il HOUSE OF HAIR DESIGN '-W! fa: 4, Member Federal Deposii' Insurance Corporation l I . '. SpecIaIIsIs In I-lair Fashions STATE BAN' CE 3-3307 zooI Gage Gage af I7II1 TOPEKA. KANSAS Good taste, costs no more . . . if FURNITURE if CARPETS -,If APPLIANCES 24 MONTHS T0 PAY 9 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. "' 3"" 'ffifm """""' A "5:3552siiiiiii5i??isf555?5fffE, gf - 5 . 1 5: ' 5 Risk:i12..:2::s1-M1'P1E'EW5iG- - ggalmml Izizri "t' ff I't::"q1:.1fEAMmEI I - 555 eg. gy I fr IL ' l A rf Q . .R ,.,,, l706W I0th CEn9ruI 3-2317 TELL YOUR DOCTOR: "I want my prescription filled at JAQUITH'S" 3-aauitlfs PHARMACY 171h 81 Clay Street "IFS BRIMAN'S for DIAMONDS" MAN' 4 O O J 602 Konsos 841 N. Konsos 302 ev. uP-Ik v-V361 err M To Row: Belind R d n, gy Swartz. Bo 1 Rauf' Lo a l VY f. NX . 5 PER sr '1 , M '1 I 59 ciffiins, aiififl Whitaker. 2 I si 8: Gage N 29+h 8: CaIIiornIa 'Om 81 Macvicar Toes Ballef Dorothy Thomas 37+h 84 Topeka A bums Mmm' School of Dance . Tap There IS a difference 811 Anderson at FALLEY'S All Types for All Ages CE 2-0921 Butter-Krust IT HAS TO BE HOURS FRESHER IT'S BAKED IN TOPEKA is B dh Topeka, Kansas rea fllexanden Bnoa. BAKING Co. Good Luck to All Returning Troians and the 2 Greai Siores. Cloihing for 'II-ie X eniire famIIy. From ,the GRADUATING SENIOR MEN a Van Moe PUSSY S Dick whife Jerry McElroy 626 Kan. 830 N. Kan. Dave McKee Judd Lake HOLLIDAY SQUARE BEAUTY SALON Tom Bornholdl' Don Peferson Bill Mills Jed Davis Mike Blakeman Sparky PaH'erson In Mike Sfarbuck Holliday Square Shopping Center 5:::'fI:vF:':':'IgI',n CE 5-6412 2921 Topeka Blvd. JW' Ekdvhl Carl Johnson NEW TROJANS. Front Row: Patricia Starr, Jean Smith, Katherine Gentry. Row 2: Gale Lambery, Linda Dougan, Mlanda Lippe, Mar- garet Butler, Tom Armour, Bob Swallord. Top Row: Jerry Conn, Ken Abbott, Dick Town- ley, Bob Clark, Dennis Blake. Bert Dawson, Stephen Gray. New Faces- Trgz Puts Out Welcome Mat LTHOUGH hundreds of Trojans enjoy the continuity of three years of schooling at Topeka High School, there are many each year who enter or leave the Halls of Troy as families move to other cities or come to live in the Topeka area. Many of these students no doubt find that absorption into a large school is slow anddilhcultg others will find their new niches quickly and happily. Trojans mean to be friendly and welcome newcomers. ll they are not, it is probably because their activities and interests limit them unintentionally. If new students understandthat both they and the established Trojans belong to one "family" there should develop over the months a fine feeling of camaraderie. RETURNEE. Mrs. james Huttenuoff tShirley Holtwick, '58J takes Miss Skupa's place on the Home Ee Staff. 304 NEW TROJANS. Sitting? Rose Mary Maldo- nado, Ruth LaRue, Sherry Sills, jackie Minshall, Deanne Maitland, Jacque- line Womack, Linda Her- bel, and Rita Banlield. Standing: Tim Hefner, Mark Lee, jim Prather, Harry Reece, Spencer La Rue, Harold Rosa, and Tom Zappa. K gk, If A Abbott, Ken ............. 304 Adams, Kay ....... 46, 76, 172 Adams, Veronica .... Adell, Alice ........ 50,514,205 Adkins, Gary . ...... 237 .....232 Adler, Dick ........... 42, Ahlstrom, Connie ..... 46, Ahrens, Martha .......... 172 172 237 I DEX Akerstrom, Karen ....,. 56, 76, 172, 187 Akerstrom, Michael ...... 232 Akins, Saundra .......... 234 -Ilberg, Mr. Wiley E...14, 156 Albin, Christina .,........ 205 Aldridge, Janet ....... 53, 172 Alexander, Marla .... 53, 172 Alexander, Michael .... 50 53, 111, 172 197 Alexander Ro er 60 236 , g ..... , Aley, Miss Phyllis ...... 12, 13 Allen, Jimmie ..... ..... 2 05 Allen's Drive-In .......... 272 All-School Party ...... 100-105 Altman, Cynthia ..... 120, 172 American Field Service ..80-81 American Home Life Ins. Co. ............... 274 American Linen Supply ..288 Ananis, Pamela .......... 236 Anderson, Bessie ......... 172 Anderson, Carol .......... 205 Anderson, Carolyn ....... 232 Anderson, Clara ......... 172 Anderson, Don ....... 91, 172 Anderson, Joseph .... 139, 140, 152, 156, 205 Anderson, Kathleen .... 93, 235 Anderson, Leslie ......... 172 Anderson, Pamela ...,... 231 Anderson, Paul ...... 233, 285 Anderson, Richard.58, 94, 172 Anderson, Rita ......... 205 Anderson, Sharon ....... 205 Anderson, Ted ..... 236 Andrews, Darlene ....... 231 Anguish, Mary .......... 236 Anstaett, Sharon ...... 57, 234 Anthony, Mr. Clark ..... 139 Appenfeller, Dale ....... 205 Appenfeller, Diana .... 43, 172 Arganbright, Bill ........ 205 Armandariz, Mrs. LaVon. .10 Armour, Tania ......... 304 Armstrong jewelry Co.... 282 Armstrong, Robert E..172, 173 Armstrong, Robert J..108, 205 Arredondo, Juanita ...... 172 Arredondo, Margaret ..... 236 Arts-Crafts ............. 38-39 Ascough, Bruce .......... 231 Asel, Richard ........ 162, 231 Ash, Judith .50, 228, 237 Ash, Mrs. Lillian ......... 23 Ashley, Bryan J., M.D. .... 301 Assemblies ............. 84-85 Aten, Duane ............. 205 Atkinson, John .... 70, 73, 139, 140, 152, 154, 205 Avers L le ......65, 237 , y' .... Avers, Sonja ............. 172 Avis, Sherry .... Axelton, Lois . ....205 ....237 F Axton, Dave ....... 42, 97 172 B Babicki, Joseph ...... 39, 172 Babicki, Marsha ......... 237 Bachman, Margaret ....... 71, 205, 273 Badenoch, Robert ....... 20.1 Baer, Larry ............. 237 Baer, Maureen ........... 172 Bailey, Barbara .......... 231 Bailey, Beverly ...48, 49, 100, 132, 133, 205 Bailey, Fred ............ 172 Bailey, Loyce' .... 1 156, 229 Bainbridge, Judy . .... 172 Baker, Bruce .... .48, 172 Baker, Helen ........... 205 Balandran, Arthur .... 231 Balandran, Olivia .... 172 Baldwin, Claudia ..... 50, 205 Bales, Franklin .......... 172 Band ....,..,.......... 52-53 Band Box Cleaners ....... 280 Banfield, Rita ........... 304 Bardsley, Betty ....... 27, 172 Bardsley, Bill .... ....... 1 72 Bardsley, Dan . . . .... .205 Bardsley, Roger ......... 231 Barger, Melissa ....... 93, 232 Bargman, Joudene ........ 233 Barham, Peter ..... 73, 77, 94, 119, 162, 164, 165, 172, 191 Barhard, Jack ........ 38, 172 Barnett, Cheryl ....... 56, 172 Barnett Rambler Co. ...... 295 Barney, Janet ........... 231 Barngrover, Donna ....... 205 Barr, Linda ............ 235 Barr, Roger ....,.... 7 .... 173 Barrett, Carolyn ..97, 115, 236 Barrett, Sue ......... 121, 205 Barrows, Bobbie ..... 235, 236 Barry, Ann .............. 232 Bartell, Mervin ......... 203 Bartholomew, Melvin .... 236 Bartlett, Frank .... 53, 173, 281 Bartlett, Harry .......... 173 Bartlett, Myron ......... 205 Bartlett, Steve ........... 173 Bartley, Carl ........ 139, 205 Bartlow, Mrs. Paula ......, 14 Barton, Gail ......... 75, 206 Barton, David ....... 162, 206 Barton Pll0l0g7'Ill7lIy ....,. 296 Basel, Judy .............. 231 Basile, James ..... 50, 162, 233 F Basketball ..... ..... 1 .12-157 206 Bass, Judy ...... ....... Bass, Richard .... ..... Bast, Barbara ............ Bast, Larry .............. Baude, Pat ...... 41, 115, 206 173 235 206 Baughman, Marcia ....... 235 Bauman, Joan ........... 227 Baxter, David ...... ..... 2 06 Baxter, Diana . . . ...... .229 Baxter, Tawney ...... 35, 237 Bayless, Mr. Marvin .... , . .14 Beach, Dick .....,...,... 206 Beach, Mr. ............... 67 Beamer, Beth .... 75, 231 Bean, Ivan .... ...58, 206 Bean, Larry . Bean, Marcella Bean, Mary Beard, Martha Beck, Paul ..... Beck, Stan Becker, David Beckwith, Linda ........ Berlell, Mrs. ........... . Beelman, Floyd C., M.D.. Belcher, L. G. Music Co.. Belcher, Mahala ..... 173, Belden, David ....... Beller, David . .. . . .162-, 230 235 237 206 .60 206 206 173 .67 301 281 281 231 206 Bcnge, George ........... 232 Bennett, Barbara ...... 49, 206 Bennett, Betty .... 75, 204, 206 Bennett, Earl ...,........ 232 Bennett, John u ..,...,,... 237 Y Bennett, Marcia ...... 36. 93, 117, 122 173 Bennett, Sharrell ..... 118. 173 Benson. Joe ..,,..,....... 232 Benson, Richard ....,. 29, 118, 77,152,154,173,2051 Benson, Mlilliam .,....... 206 Benton, Dale ...,. ..... 2 06 Bentz, Marilyn .......... 173 Berey, Lewis .......... 41, 206 Berges, Joan ........,. 29, 206 Berggren, Marcia ....... 206 Berkebile, David ......,, 232 Berkebile, Mary ......... 206 Berry, Johnnie ..,..,. 60, 232 Berry, Kenneth ......,.. 206 Berry, Philip ........... 233 Berryman, Ronald ...... 206 Bickerstaff, Dick .... 58, 73, 79, 102,l03,139,140,158, 162, 163, 173, 201 Billington, B'arry ....... 206 Bingenheimer, Delores ., 230 Binney, Janice ........ 91, 174 Iiinnrv. C. Ilscri Cars .... 299 Bird, Bill ......., 75. 90. 174 Bistline. Shirley ......,, 237 Bixel. Shirley ...,.. ..., 2 33 Blackburn. Betty .. .... 174 Blackwell. Sharon ....,, 206 Blair, Cherry .... 206, 277 Blair, Penn ........,..... 229 Blaisdell, Martha .... ,56. 76. 83,100,132 133.148, 149, 150.151, 174 Blade. Dennis .....,.... 304 Blakely ck Co. Ins. ..,,... 275 Blakelv. Owen .....,...,. 17-1 Blakeman, Mike .,,.. 152, 1:14, 174, 201, 303 Blanchard. Ronnie .... 48, 206 Blanden, Sharon ..,..,.. 206 Blankenship. Cherryl . , , . 235 Blankenship, Rouherl 206 Blegstad, Jerome , ...... 230 Blezmns, Mr. jnlzn ..... 14. 63 Blevins. Sharon ......,.. Bliss, Mr. D011lllIl..1'l, 139, Bliss, Ronald .,... 71, 206, Blocher, Archie Blocher, Larry Block, Roberta Boaz, Anita ..... Boaz, Gerald .. .....49, I?ol1o's Drive-In ... .. .. 206 166 273 232 206 233 17-1 206 271 1 Bocock, Carolyn ......... 206 Bodenhausen, Judith ...,. 206 Bodcnlmusen, Mr. Otto.12, 13 Bodle,' Michael .......... 232 Boettcher, Marie .... . . .232 Bogart, Jim ...... .... 2 35 Boggs, Judy .... . . .236 Bohm, Janice ... ...174 Bolan, Susan .. 234 Boles, Frances .. ...... 237 Boles, Thomas .......... 174 Bolnick, Mike ........ 31, 206 lionzgnrdnefs . . . ...... 302 Booker, Elliott .... .... 2 03 Boon, Mrs. Eclillz ....... .23 Bordeaux, Suzanne ...50, 232 Borgtnan, Joydeen ....... 233 Bornholtlt, 'll0l11 .... -16, 47 77, 99, 17-1, 303 Bortz, Diana ...40, 46, 76, 174 Bortz, John .,.......... 233 Bottom, Shirley ..... 121, 174 Bouton, Phyllis ......... 232 Bowen, Pamela .... 56, 76 93, 97, 174 Bower, Tad ............ 206 Bowman, Carla .... 49, 57 75, 93, 206 Bowser, Sonja ........ 91, 174 Boyd IJ-X Sl'1'Zllf!' ...... 268 Boyd, Sandra ...... 235 Boylan, Jay .... ...... 2 8, 46, .9-1, 206 Boynton, Jane ..... . 206 Boys' Pep Club ....... 136-137 Bracken, liarl ..., . . .53, 206 Bradford, Bill .. .... 206 Bradley, Dick .......... 174 Bramlett, Norman ....... 174 Brandenburg, Katherine . 206 Branham, Judy .,....... 207 Branson, Sharon ...48, 49, 174 Braswell, James ......., 237 Bratton, Carol ..... 42, 76, 174 Bravence, Gerald ........ 207 Brennan, Colleen ....... 229 Brenmuz Funeral Home . 286 Bresava, Daiga .......... 236 Brewer, James ....,.. 139, 207 Brice, Arnett ..... . 207 Brice, Edward .......... 227 Briggs, Raymond ..... 53, 231 I3rinmn's jewelry .,..... 302 Briscoe, Ruth ..... 46, 56 75, 83, 99, 174 201 Britt, Jim ....... 75, 140, 174 Broztclheatl, 1.ouis ........ 227 Broadnax, Elsberry ....... 79, 139 174 Brodie, Steve ........... 203 Brooks, Diane ....... 121, 174 Brooks, Michael .......,. 207 Brown, Belinda ....... 73, 82, 100. 230. QRR Brown, Bob ............ 236 Brown, Connie ...... 49, 207 Brown, Don ............ 207 Brown, Donald . . . . , . . 207 Brown, Eric ............ 230 Brown, Gary .......... 48 49, 75, 147, 233 Brown, Gloria .......... 174 Brown, Harold .... 50, 53, 207 Brown, James .......... 207 305 Cowan Campbell, Martha ....... arrsrndar pans are X gym? I 1415 Y llxt A Nfqflldmi-lfllfl eaglcxa apamme '.D+:c.m noeuuza Aon.-1130 Carpenter, Clarence ...... 233 Brownell, Karen .. Browning, James Brumme, Dick .... . . . Brune, Karen ......... .. Byers, Jerry .............. 176 Byers Optical Service ..... 274 Byrne, Edward .........,, 176 C Cabrera, Bill .. ........ 227 Cadets ................. 90-91 Cagle, Mr. Louis .......... 14 Cain, Patty ....... 35, 76, 170. 171, 175, 176, 283 229 Cairl, John ..48, 147, 157, Carrl, Julle .............. Calabrese, Christina ...... Caldwell ames , J .......... Caliban, James ....... 75, Callahan, Larry .,.,... gg, Callen, Danny ........... Calloway, Caroline Calloway, Joyce .... Calvillo, Esther .... Calvillo, Stella .I .......... Campbell, Bonita ........ Cam bell Claudia .....,, P 1 Campbell, Larry . .. Cape, Patricia . .. ..... . . .. Capitol Air Service ........ Capitol Super Service ..... Carlson's For Music Carlson, Gary ............ Carlson, Jean .... Carlson, Sandy . . . Carman, Carol ........... Carnahan, Marilyn ..l23, Carney, Sylvia ..... 53, 54, Carpenter, Claude ....,.. 176 237 176 232 47, 207 207 176 208 234 227 208 208 208 231 234 268 276 270 237 5 208 232 237 208 208 23 Christina, Linda .... 53, 54,235 Christensen, Margaret. .42, 208 Christenson, Connie ...... 208 Christopher, Robert ...... 233 Christopher Studio ....... 296 City Schools ....,...... 10-ll Cottle, Caren .........-.. Courter, Theresa ..... 177, Coutcher, Bob ..... ...... Covert Kathleen .... 46, 49, 74, 86, 87, 93, 114, , David .... 97, 100, Carpenter, Jon .......... 208 Carper, Philip ........... 208 Brown, Jerry ........... 174 Brown, Judy Ann .... 56, 174 Brown, Judy Kay ..90, 91, 174 Brown, Judy Mae ..... 43, 174 Brown, Kerry ........ 48, 236 Brown, Larry ........... 174 Brown, Linda ........... 174 Brown, Mike ...... 94, 97, 207 Brown, Phil .......,.. 75, 174 Brown, Darstella . . . . . . 233 207 207 175 207 175 Brune, William ........ . Bruner, Judith ..., 36, 122, 175 Brunswick, Glenda .... 49, 175 Bryant, John ........... 207 Bryant, McDuffie ....... 237 Buchanan, Mr. Dale ..... .11 Buchanan, Dale Agency . . 291 Buchanan, Mike ..75, 175, 197 Buck, Paul ........... 27, 175 Buffon, James .......... 235 Bugg, Verdell ...... . . . 234 Bunce, Joan ............ 235 Bunds, Jim ...... 28, 46, 207 Burd, Melva ...,...... . Bur at Bett ..... Carr, Stanley ......... 53, 208 Carriger, Mary Carrington, John. ..........208 .58, 166, 176 207 g , y ...... .229 Burgess, Steve ,....... 41, 207 207 Burke, Bob .........,.... Burkhardt, Battery cb' Electric Co. ......... . .. 277 Burnau, Patrick .......... 237 Burnett, Kay ......... 49, 207 Carroll, Barbara ...,..... 235 Carroll Betty ......... 49,208 Carroll, Sylvia ,.......... 176 Carroll Radio cb' TV ...... 269 Carson, Robert .......... 208 Carson, Ronnie ..... 176, 227 Carter, Amelia ........... 203 Carter, Barbara .. ...... 236 Carter, Fannie . .. . . . .208 Carter, Janice . . . . . . .237 Carter, Johnny .. .... 208 Carter, Loretha .. .... 235 Carver, Sandra . . . . . . .176 Case, Stan .............. Casey, Lois .......... 49, Cavanauglz, john W., .236 208 Burnettc, Mr. Glenn ...... 12, 13 111 Burney, Phyllis ......... Burns, James ... . . . .60, Burnside, Betty ...... 91, Burroughs, Alice ........ Burroughs, Lillian ...... 175 235 232 175 234 Burrow, Susan ...75, 113, 207 Busey, Marcella ........ 175 Business ............... 42-43 Business Club ........... 121 Bussell, Connie ..l22, 175, 191 Butel, Phyllis ..... 39, 56, 175 Butler, Margaret ......... 304 Butler, Melva ........... 175 Butler, Patricia .......... 207 Butter 306 Krust Bread ..... .303 Claraiv Clothes Close! .... 299 Clark, Alita ............. 176 Clark, Carol . . : . ....... 234 Clark, Georgetta .. .... 176 Clark, Janice .... ....... 2 32 Clark, Jean .... ........ 2 08 Clark, Judy ........... 43, 176 Clark, Kathleen ..... 228, Clark, Orville R., l1I.D. .. 235 300 Clarkis School of Business. .270 Clark, Serena ............ 208 Clark, Sharon ........... 208 Clark, Tom ...... 58, 162, 164, 208, 217, 273 Claspill, Larry ........... 203 Class Album ..,....., 171- Cleinmons, Bruce ........ Clifton, Cline, Kathy ..l00, 118, Roger ......... ..,. Clinkenbeard, Ronald 237 208 208 208 208 208 Clouse, Loraine ,........ Collar, John ..........,. 236 Cochran, Joe ..,..... 156, 232 Coder, Mr. james ....... .14 Cody, Ronald .... .... 1 76 Coffman, Ray ... ,... 232 -1 Coffman, Rita . . . . . . , 208 Cohen, Barry .... .... 2 31 Cohen, Callan . . . ...., . 176 Colbert, Tenni ......... 232 Cole, Linda ....... 53, 54, 56. 82, 176 Cole, Stephen .... .,.... 2 37 Cole, VVillie ...... .... 2 08 Colhouer. Louise ..,.... 208 Collins, Ernestine ....,.. 208 Collins, Francis T., l1l.D.. 300 Collins, Mari1yn..82, 231, 236 Colton, Buzz .... 46, 47, 94, 99, 115, 176. 199, 295 Colton, Mr. II. Leo ...... .14 Columbia Title C- Trust Co. ...,... .... 2 95 Comer, Jerry ..... .... 1 76 Comfort, Karen ........, 208 Comfort, Penelope .... 91, 208 Conover, llliss Elizabeth . .14 Constable, Janet ....... 232 Contents .,............. . .T Cook, Alice ...,.,...,.. 209 Cook, Garry ............ 176 Cook, Harry ..53. 77, 162, 176 Cook, Jerry ............. 176 Cook, Jo .............. 39, 176 Cook, Judy ............ 93, 237 Cook, Maureen .....,. 122, 176 Cook, Stephen .......... 235 Cookinham. George ...... 209 Cookson, Kay ....,. 50, 53, 176 Coon, Rinda ............ 209 Coon, Sandra ........... 230 Cooper, Barbara .... 48, 49, 209 Cooper, Carol ........... 209 M.D. ................,. 301 Cawthon, William ....... 176 Cazier, Rosalie ........... 176 Chaffin, Frank .... 46, 99, 208 C harnness, Mr. Perry W. .................. 22, 23 Chandler, Carl ...... 166, 231 Chandley, Darrell ..... 60, 235 Chandley, Robert ........ 208 Chapman, Larry . .. . . . .208 Chapman, Thomas ....... 208 Charay, David ........... 208 Cheerleaders ......... 132-133 208 Chellis, Cheryl .......... Chisholm, Lanafaye .,.... Chisholm, Ralph . Choir ............,.. . . Chotlos, Bay ............. Christian, Ray jewelry 208 227 .46 208 270 Cooper, Donna ......... Copp, Harry ..... .... Corber, Roy ............ Corkhill, John ......... 75, Corkhill, Jim ........... Corn, John' .....,....... Cornejo, Guadalupe ..... Correll, Lesley ......... 50, Corrick, James .... 97, 100, 176 176 233 236 176 237 176 237 209 Cowan, Joyce .......... 38, Cowen, Gerald ..........,. Cowger, lllrs. Irwin ....... Cowherd, Gregory ........ Cowherd, Rosemary ....... Cowsert, Robert .......... Cox, Peggy ............... Cox, Warren ............. Coy, Mr. Horner S. ..... 15, Crabb, Claudia . . . Craft, Sandy ..... Craig, David ......... 46, Craig, James ............. Cramer, Richard .,....... Crandall, Dave ....... 139, . 162, 209, Crandall, Diane .......... Crane dr Co. ............ . Crank, Betsy ............. 177 296 233 73, 177 209 177 209 .15 209 231 177 230 233 62 233 209 209 209 209 140. 288 177 271 177 Crawford, Mr. Ralph...15, 63 237 Crawford, Robert ........ Crawford, Sandy . . . Cregut, Judy ..... Cregut, Steven ' Crider, Gary ....... Critchlow, Walter ...,... Critchlow, William ...... Crith, Loretta .......... Crosby Brothers ......... Crosby. Crosby ..ll9, 162, Cross Country ....... 160, Crothers, Penelope ....,. Crothers, Kathleen .... 48, 74, 75, 93. Crouch, Wm. H., M.D. .. Crow, Betty ............ Crowe, Charlotte ..... 42, Crump, Thomas ........ Crumpton, Darryl ..... 58, Cuevas, Maxine ........, Cummins, Kurt ....... 94 100 115 s 1 Cummins, Mary ...,..... Cunningham, Karen ..... Curry, Darlene ........... Curry, Ken ...... 162, 209, 231 209 231 177 177 177 209 289 209 161 177 49, 209 300 229 177 227 178 178 97, 178 233 232 209 217 Curry, Susan .,... 56, 94, 102, 103,125,131 178, 187, 281 Cushing, John ......,.... 178 Custenborder cb' Sons ..... 269 Cutright, Sheryl ......--- 230 D Dacquet, Patricia .... 121, 178 Dairy Queen ..... ...... 2 71 237 Dale, Judith ..... .... Dalton, John ........... Dangerheld, Joyce ....... Daniels, Pete ..,...,.. 86, Daniels, Warren ...... . . i209 . 178 209 .229 Davenport, Mr. C, A. ...... 15 Davern, John ............ 178 Davern, Patricia .... .... 1 '78 Davidson, Donald Davis, Aaron ......... 53, Davis, Barbara ...... 109, Davis, Bill ..... Davis, Dale .... Davis or Davis, ........232 209 178 ......209 ....178 Optometrists . . . .... .301 231 Davis, Diane . . . .,.. Davis, Gary ............. 178 Davis, Geraldine ......... 233 Davis, Jed ....... 94, 137, 152, 154, 178, 303 Davis, John .............. 233 Davis, Kapanna .......... 210 Davis, Leroy ..... 58, 139, 178 Davis, Michael ....... 162, Davis, Richard ........... 140, 227 210 203 Davis, Robert Eugene .... 233 Davis, Robert Keith ..,... 178 Davis, Roger ............ 210 Davis, Sandy ......... 231, 299 Davis, Sara ...... 132, 133, 210 Davis, Sue ............ 87, 210 Dawson, Berkley ......... 304 Dawson, Janet ....... 159, 178 Dean, Mr. john R. ..... 15, 22, 55 152 Deatrick, Robert ......... 233 Deatrick, Tom ..... . . , .178 Debate .......,......., 34-35 Decker cb' Lessenden, Dermatologists ......... 301 Deeter, Kirby ...... 53, 73, 77, 100, 136, 170, 171, 178, 197. 275. 296 178 Deitrick, Beverly. . DeLong, Edward .42, 53, .........210 DeMoss, Chester .......... 210 Denzler, Jerry Derby, Farris. . . Deskins, Linda . ....210 ..........178 210 Deskins, Shirley ......... Desormiers, David. .46, 58, Dewberry, Kenneth ...... DeWeese, Kathy. . .29, 75, 210, DeWeese, Ron ....... 178, Dewey, Nancy ............ DeYVitt Steve ,... Diamond, Lloyd .ffffff Dibbles .......... Dicke, Cheryl .... Dickens, Barbara . tttttcoali 210 178 235 117, 221 199 178 230 178 269 210 231 234 229 210 210 210 Dickinson, Fred . . . .... Dickinson, Joleen . . .. . . Dickinson, Linda ... .... Dickson, Diana ..... .... Dickson, Fondetta ........ Dickson, Mr. john. ..,.. 15, 27 Dickson, Martha ...... 39, 178 Dillard, 1'Villiam ......... 227 Dilley, Mr. Harold ..,.. 15, 85 Dillon, Sandra ........... 210 Dinwiddie, Beth ......... 210 Dittemore, Nancy ...... 53, 81, 100, 210 Dixon, Judy ......... 210, 215 Docking, Gov. George ..... 158 Docking, Mrs. George. .13, 124 Dodge, Duane ........... 210 Dolgoff, Bob ....... 75, 79, 81, 178, 179, 197 Dominguez, John ......... 178 Donovan, Vicki .......... 210 Dougan, Linda ........ 49, 304 Douglas, C. Neal .......... 237 Douglas, Wade ....... 65, 231 Douglass, Dick ........ 75, 178 Douglass, Richard ........ 178 Dowling, Denaze .......... 210 Downey, Fred ............ 233 Downs, Mike ......... 111, 178 Doyle, Kenneth .......... 179 Drescher, Bonnie . . . .... .179 Drotts, David .... ..... 2 36 Drummond, Marilyn. . .46, 47, 76, 99, 100, 179 Drur Miss Edna ....... 15, 22 179 Duckivorth, Robert Duclos, Virginia . Dudley, Brenda .. Duell, Kathy Duerre Maril n , y ....... 53, Duncan, Hazel Duncan, Marcia ....... 46, Duncan, Melvin . Dunford, Deanna ........ Dunn, Gene. . . .. Dunn, Nancy. . .31, 56, 94, 179, 100, 115,117, Duran, Carmen .......... Duran, Charles .....,. 63, 141 179 210 234 210 233 179 210 229 233 97, 297 233 139, 179 Enghretson, Ricki. . England Jerry. . . English ...,...... English, Crystal.. Ensembles ..... Epperson, Jerry.. Erhart, Georgia.. Erickson, Dee Sporting Goods ......... Erickson, Hilda. . Erwin, Benny .,.. ......39, ...210, 213 .. ...... 211 ....26-27 .. .... 211 ....48-49 . . .... 233 . . .... 234 271 211 211 Duran, Frank ............. 210 Duran, 210 Richard ...... 156, Dutton, Michael ...,.. 179, 195 E Eaken, Janice ..... .... 2 29 Eaken, Sharon ............ 179 Eastham, Mike ........... 179 Eaton, Jeri ............ 97, 179 Ebel, Susan .... 35, 94, 100, 210 Eberhart, Alice ..... 46, 50, 83, 97, 115, 180 Eberhart, Allan ....... 35, 93, 234, 235 Eberhart, Bob ......... 30, 210 Eberhart, Jean ...... 31, 34, 35, 76, 77, 88, 93,111, 127,180, 197, 295 Eberting, Becky ........... 231 Eddins, Greg ............ Edelblute, Dick ...... 147, Edelblute, Peggy ...... 56, Edgar, Robert ....... . . . . . Edinger, Christopher ...... 210 229 180 Eden, Mike ............... 235 230 210 Edmonston, Jane ....,.... 233 Edmundson, Mrs. Mabel.. .15 Edmundson, Mary ..... 49, 210 Edsall, Joe .,............. 180 Edwards, Glenda ......... 210 Edwards, Robert ...... 53, 210 Edwards, Diann .......... 231 Edwards, Sonna ........... 210 Egli, Carla ........... 234, 236 Egli, Richard ............ 180 Egy, Nancy ........ 35, 73, 210 Eicholtz, Bill ,............ 210 Ekdahl, Jon .... 35, 73, 77, 80, 93, 94, 97, 111, 126, 148, 170, 171. 180, 295, 303 Eklund, Sharon ........... 180 .108 .230 Eland, Mr. P. N. ........ . Elbert, Sharon ........... Elder, Kenneth ........... 210 Elder, Kenny ......... 157, 234 Elections ....... ....... 7 0-71 Eliot, A1 .............,... 180 Elliott, Ginger .... 75, 228, 234 Elliott, Kttthleett. .75, 100, 210 Elliott, Linda ............. 210 Ellithorpe, lllr. H. I.. .... . Ellwood, Ronald .......... Elmore, Lowell ........... Elnicki, Charlotte ......... Elsasser. Peggy ,, Elting, Buster .... 201 Emerson, Claude .......... 203 Emerson, George .......... 237 .16 232 233 210 ....l80, Erwin, Mr. D. I.. ....... 16, 66, 160, 161 Eskie, Dennis .... ....... 2 31 liutsler, Georgia .. ,..... 235 Evans, David .......... 75, 237 Evans, Mr. joe .... ....... 1 0 Everett, Wilma .... .... 2 11 Evcrtson, Robert .......... 211 Ewbank, Russell ....... 46, 180 F Faculty ................ 14422 Fader, 1Vi1liam ..... .... 2 36 Fairchild, Bob ,... .... 2 34 Fairman, Loren ..... ,... 2 ll Falley's ............ .... 3 03 Fanner, Paul ........,.,.. 227 Farnsworth, Robert ...,.... 75, 211, 282 Faust, Donald ............ 180 Faust, Martha .... Feaker, Sherry ..... ......2ll 55, 87, 211 Feasel, Ronnie ........ 31, 211 Feeley, Ken ...,. . . . . .237 Feist, Karen .. .... 235 Feist, Mary ,... Feist, Sharon ...,. Felch, Kenny ..... ....211 ...237 . . .... 235 Ferguson, Theresa ........ 237 21 1 Ferrell, Lauraine . Floyd, Janet .... Floyd, Susan ..... ...,..2l2 ......234 t. Hy, .lIr. Iallmrl ..... 16, '11, 48, 98, 99 Fly, John ......... 212 Flye, Jacqueline ......,... 212 .16, 98, 99 Forlzl, Mrs. A. nl. Fockele, Fred ............. 203 Football ....... ..... 1 38-147 Forbes, Guy ..... ..... 3 9, 212 Forbes, Herb . . . ....... .180 Forbes, Larry ......... 203, 212 Forbes, Lavern ........... 237 Forbes, Lawrence ........ 212 Forbes, Pat ........ ..... 2 37 Forbes, Vera .... ....... 2 12 Ford, John ............... 212 Ford, Richard .. .....l62, 230 Fordyce, Charles ...... 58, 236 l"or1'wam' ........ ......... 7 Forrer, David ..... ..... 2 36 Forrer, Rosine .... ....... 2 12 Foster, Beverly ........... 180 Foster, Dave .... ..... 6 3, 180 Foster, Judy .... ....... 2 12 Foster, Mary ......... 108, 180 Foster, Laronne ..,....... 180 Fox, Charlotte .... .... Fox, Ivy ................. .212 .230 Fetter, Ann ..... 50, 75, 89, 94, 100, ll5, 211 Feyh, Charles ..... 35, 180, 295 Fieger, Richard ........... 203 Fields, Terry ............. 233 File, Karen ...... .... 2 ll Finch, Carol ...... .... 2 ll Finch, Mike ........ .... 2 27 Fink, Carolyn Sue ........ 180 Fink, Mr. E. I., ...,....... .16 Fink, Elaine ..... 100, lll, 180 Fink, Joyce ........... 211, 232 Fink, Finley, Finney, Hieherl, Bel Miller. MD. .... Liz ....... 73, 75, 86, 87, 100 211 Miss Iiernicr' ...16, 99 lm' and .......300 First National Bank .,..... 293 Fish, Andree ............. 233 Fisher, Jeannie ........ 49, 211 Fisher, John ..... ...... 2 11 Fisher, Kay ...... ........ 2 11 Fisher, Luci .............. 211 Fisher, Pat ........... 228, 233 Fisher, Sandra ..... 90, 91, 180 Fisher, lllendy ...... 73, 86, 87, 93, 211 Fitzgibbons, Charles ....... 180 Fleming, Bill ............. 211 Fleming, Leslie ..... .... 1 80 Engelbrecht, Robe l'L.. .58, 180 Flickinger, Sue ..... .... 2 12 Flinn, Larry .............. 237 Flinner, Ronald ....... 58, 235 Flott, Diane ....... 97, 124, 180 Flott, Harry ....,......... 236 Flowers, Aaron ........... 212 Flowers, Clifford .... .... 2 33 Flowers, Michael .... ..2l2 Fox Theaters ............. 277 Francis, Sally .... 73, 86, 87, 93, 97,114, 134, 170, 171, 180 Francom, Julie. . .180, 201, 221 Franklin, Ben ......... 35, 230 Franklin, George ..... 180, 303 Frazier, James ......... 53, 180 Frazier, Jeanine. .... 50, 53, 91. 229 Frazier, Pamela ........... 236 Freed, Dennis ............. 212 Freeland, Kent ....... 100, 212 Freeman, Fred ............ 203 Freeman, Harry .... ..... 2 03 Freeman, Jerry ........... 236 Freer, David .............. 180 Freienmuth, Richard. . .86, 87, 90, 181 French, Louise ........ 94, 115, 118, 181 French, Mrs. Marjorie ...... 16 French, Nancy .... 89, 181, 271 French, Dr. Vernon ....... 113 Frey, Ed ................. 231 Frey, Janet ............ 50, 89, 111, 181 Frickey, Kenny. . .16O, 161, 181 Qglllait., ll FOPGEW fro ATTE CEREMOQIES AND GAME Gcrosfp 915 1 307 w Frickey, Twila ...... 46, 47, 99, 100, 181 Frisbie, Charles ....... 166, Frisby's Notion Shop ..... Fritsch, Carol ............ Fritze, Melvin ........... Frost, Larry .......... 147, Frye,' Carole .............. Pat ........ 214 Fuller Motor Co.. . . . Future Future Future Fuqua, Homemakers Nurses ..... . Teachers. . . . Green, Julieanne . ..... 46, 98, Hancock, Dawna.. C Gabler, Robert .... Gaffney, Judy ..... Gager, Carol ...... Gainer, Carol .... Gaines, Joyce .... ....... Gaines, Mel ..... .... 3 2, Gaines E47 Son Funeral Home .......... 141 Gaither, Max .... 139, , Galle, Linda ........... .. Gamino, Augustine ....... Ganson, Michael .... Garcia, Adeline .... . . Garcia, Diego .... .... 4 8, Garcia, Mary ............. Gardner, Gale ........ 56, Gardner, Marcia .......... Gardner Sherr Garhan, jack, l,J.D.S. ..... . Garlinghouse, Anne .... 93, 204, Garren, Chery1.- ........ .. Garretson, Rosanna ....... Garrett, Tom ............. Garrison, Mildred .... 121, Gas Service Co. .......... . Gaskill, Linda .... Gastauer, Kathy .... Gatewood, Nancy ..,.. Gay, Phil ,............... Gay, Robert ..... 139 141, 167, Geer, William ........ 157, Gebbart, Steve ............ Geiger, Mary .... Geist, Sharon. ..... Gentry, Curtis ...... .... Gentry, Katherine ....... . Gentry, Lantena .......... Gentry, Mary ......... 50, 308 Gentry, Michael. . .73, 228, Gerdes, Linda ............ Geren, Sandra ..... 49, 212, Germonprez, Raymond .... Gibbs, Billy .............. Gibbs, Charles ............ Gibbs Clothing Co. ....... . Gibbs, Judi ............... Gibeson, Judy ............ Gibson, James .... 73, 162, 212, Gibson, Richard .......... Gifford, Sandy ........ 49, 232 214 232 232 237 181 272 212 212 163, 217 231 212 Gilbert, Mr. Clyde E.. . .16, 61 Gilbert, Gary ............. Gilbert, Georgia ....... 56, Gilbert, Janelle .,..... 108, Gilchrist, 1Vi11iam ........ 141 , Gilger, Glenda ........... Gill, James ...... ....... Gillispie, Jeffery ...,. 108, Gillman, Jon .......,..... 182 182 230 139, 212 182 182 234 235 Ginavan, Mr. Roger L .... . .16 207 212 Ginter, Ralph ........ . Girls Pep Club ........ 134-135 Gish Linda ........... 211, 212 Gladfelter, lfrank .,.... - ,-.. 10, IJ, 77,212 Gladfelter, Harold ........ 182 Gladfelter, Mrs. Ruth. . .23, Glanville, Marcia .,... . 53, Gleason, David ........... Glendening, Dave ...... 46, 115, Glover, Donna ..... ...... Glover, Gerald ..... .... Glover dv' Newcomb 45 182 229 94, 182 233 212 Architects ...... .... 272 Goble, Susan ...... .... 2 33 Godbey, Bonnie .... .... 2 12 229 212 Godbey, Jerry ............ Godfrey, Marvin. . . 1. . . . . . Godwin, Mr. IVer1d1'lI. ,10, 11, 13, 150 Golston, Cheryl ........... 237 Gomez, Joe. ..... . . . . Gomez, Mary ...... .... Gonzales, Sara ..........,. Gonzalez, Ediberto .... 53, Gooch, Thomas ........... Goodman, James. .53, 162, Goodman, Karen ..,....... Goodman, Mary Kay. . .28, 49 182 Goodman, Sharon ....,... Gordon, Paul ............ Gordon, Sandra .... Gorrell, Thomas ......... Graber, Vaughn ....... 53, 213 230 234 232 213 233 231 46, 197 .233 .213 .213 .230 182 Gragert, Patricia ....... 56, 75, 182, 202, 271 Gragg, Patty .............. 213 Gragg, Sharon .... ...... 1 82 Grandon, John ........... 230 Grant, Janette ......... 41, 56, 175, 182 Grant, Nancy ............. 235 Grantham, John.. .75, 156, 230 Grantham, lylarilyn .... 93, 213 Graves, Diana ............ 231 Gray, Cathy ........ 36, 91, 182 Gray, Stephen ............ 304 Graybeal, Curtis .......... 213 Grayce Shops ...,......... 293 Greanzba, Mrs. Betty ....... 23 99,100, II5, 182 Green, Margaret .... . . . Green, Shirley .,... . . . Greene, Richard ......... Greenway, Richard .... 48, Greenwood, Davydd .... 27 .213 .229 .182 233 , 53, 54, 113, 182 Greer, llelsr .,..33, 41. 76 115. 134, 159, 182. 183 t-reer, Caroline ...... 133, Greer, Mrs. William j.. .. Gresser, Andrea ........ 49 . 9-1. ,181 232 ,.16 . 73. 126,204,213 Grey, Virginia .........,.. 182 Grilhn, Pat ........... 121, 213 Griffith, Bill ,........ 182, 227 Griffith, Mr. William l1I....l6, 18, 33, 80, 160, 161 Griggs, Frank ............. 229 Grimes, Tom. .48, 97, 115, 231 Grisham, Burma ....,..... 182 Gritten, Dale ............. 234 GroIl's Gift cb' Party Corner . . ......, 288 Grooms, Albert ..,.... 27, 182 Grooms, Shirley .......... 233 Gross, Robert ......... 46, 182. Grove, Douglas .... ..... 1 82 Grove, Peggy ...... ..... 2 35 Grover, Anthony .......... 213 Grover, Paula ........ 221, 235. 236, 298 Grubb, Glenn ......... 63, 213 Grunewald, Bob .......... 139, 142, 182 Guerrero, Candida ........ 213 Guerrero, Carroll ......... 213 Haney, Deanna ...... 183, Hankenson, Kathleen ..... Hankins, Nancy ...... 228, 289 214 229 183 Hanley, Becky ............ Hanna, Chuck ............ 214 Hanna, Nlrs. Helen ....,.... 17 Hanna, Judy ............. 236 Hanna, Larry ...... 50, 53, 183 Hanna's Men's Store ...... 277 Hannay, Carol ............ 234 Hansen, VV. C., D.D,S. ..... 301 Harbaugh, Lonna .....r.,. 183 Harbaugh, Terry . . . . . . .229 Harbor, Herbert .... .... 2 29 Harden, Judith. .. .... 214 Harder, Judy ....... .... 2 32 Harder, Hardin Mrs. Inez, .... . . g, Leonard ........ .23 230 Harley, Preston ..... .... 2 27 Harmon, John ............ 214 Harmon, Sherry ...,...... 237 Harper, Al ........ 48, 214, 215 Harper, Janice ............ 233 Harper, Paul .... ........ 1 83 Harr, Connie ............. 214 Harris, Bill .......... 156, 235 Harris, Bonnie ........,... 214 Harris, Gloria .... ..,... 2 32 Harris, Ida ...... ........ 1 83 Harris, Noel ....,......... 214 Harris, Sally ........... 37, 214 Harris, Sharon ..,. 56, 181, 183 Harris, Tyrone ........... Harrison, Diana .... 46, 47, 203 56, 77, 99, 100, 123, 125, 184 Harrison, Viola ........... Guild, Martha ..,.. 50, 75, 233 Gunnerson, Marilyn ....... 213 Gurden, Ardrua .......... 233 Gurss, Sharrol .... 56, 102, 103, 132,133,182 187 Guthrie, Nancy ........ 50, 237 Gutierrez, Genero ...... 39, 182 Gutierrez. lsidoro .,.., 213, 230 H Haag, rllr. Terrence ..... 16, 62 Haas, Nancy. . : ......... 237 Iladflen, lllr. Edward ....... 16 182 Haefner, Kenneth. .86, 87, Hallich, Jackie .....,...,.. 213 Hagewood, Marlene ....... 236 Haggard, Gloria .......... 182 Hahn, Larry ........ .... 2 13 Hale, Philip ..... ...... 2 33 Haley, Ann ...... .... 5 6, 182 Hall, Jeannette ........... Hall, Katherine ....... 53, . Hall, Miss Pauline ......... 23 Halleck, Edona ........ 29, 213 Hnllnzan, Mr. Robert. . .16, 53 230 213 Harrison, WVil1iam .,... 32, Harry, Dennis ......... 63, Harsch, Alden .... ...... 2 33 Hart, Nancy .... .... 2 32 Hart, Tommie .,.. .... 2 37 Harter, Sharlene .... .... 1 84 Hartley, Linda ............ 214 234 184 Hartzell's Grocery ......... 277 Hasenbank, Kenneth ...... 231 Hastings, Gayla ...... 93, 100, 149, 151, 184, 193 Hathaway, Corliss, Studio. .296 Hathaway, Jeanette ....... 184 Hawkins, Eric ............ 234 Hawkins, Janet ..... .... 2 14 Hawkins, Rose .... ...... 2 33 Hawks, Sharon ..... .. ..... 184 Hawks, Tod ...,. .... 7 3, 228, Hawver, Carol ............ 237 Hawver, Dennis ........... 214 Hawver, Jerry. f. . .27, 58, 129, 138, 139, 142, 143, 152, 154, 155, 184 147, 231 Hallowell, Don ........... 234 204 Ham, Miss Harriet. .16 1 Ham, Ruth ........... 43, 182 Hamilton, Albert .. .... 183 Hamilton, Doug ....,. 213, 282 Hamilton, Hud .... .... 1 83 Hamilton, Judy, . . ."' 93, 183 Hamilton, Linda ...... 29, 213 Hnnzillon, Richard H., D.D.S. ................. 300 Hamilton, Tom .... 34, 35, 74, 77 111 183 1-lammarlund, Don Hammer, Merriam. .......231 236 . , , . . . .213 Hampton, Willie .... ..49, Hammond, Mary .. 183 Handy, George . . . . .... 214 Hayes, Daniel ............ 214 Hayes, Donna ............ 214 Hayes, Janet .......... 65, 229 Hayes, Melva ....... 75, 79, 93, 103, 184 Hayes, Shirley ......... 49, 184 Hayes, Mr, Vernon ..... 17, 65 Hallett, Allan .... 94, 115, 214 Heath, Mike ...,..... 53, 214 Heberling, Sonja ......... 184 Hackathorn, Sharlene .30, 32, 233 Hedges, Gary ..,......... 184 Hedges, Sharon ..,. 89, 91, 184 Hedrick, Judy ..... 46, 49, 181 Hedstrom, Don ....... 53, 214 Hefner, Timothy ........ 304 300 ........231 Heinrich, Sue ......... 36, 184 Heinz, Steve ..... 35, 147, 230 Heitzman, Mr. Paul. .15, 17, 74 Helen's Catering Service. . .282 Heller, Linda ,........ 49, 214 Helm, Virginia ........... 233 Hetnenway, Edward ...... 231 Henderson, Don ..... ,.... 2 29 Hendersorfs Drug Store ...285 Henderson, Jean ...... 38, 93, 184, 187 Henderson, Miss june. .17, 110 Henderson, Loyce 214 Henderson, Shirley ...41, 184 Henr' Clara Hopkins, Miss Elizabeth .... 17 Hopkins, George ..46, 81, 83, 94, 95, 99, 100, 104, 105. 115,l32, 133,185 Hopkins, John .... 41, 79, 185 Hopkins, Miss Mary ..,. 17, 27 Horne, Kenneth ......... 214 Horner, Seward . . . . . .214 Horton, Bev ...., ..... 2 14 Horton, Larry ............ 185 lfloss, Penny ......... 53, 185 Houdeysliell Clothing .... 281 House, Chari ........ 121, 185 qlnnousek, Miss ,Ioyfe .... . 42. lrzquillfs Pllllflllllfy lnylznzuk Drugs ,lnylznzvk Hotel ..... ... jenkins Music Co. y, .... Henry, Judy ..... .214 Henson, , Jeanene ...... 71, 97, 293 Henson , Mr. Owen ........l0 Henton, Joe ........ ..., 2 35 304 Hcrbel, Linda ........... Herbison, Dewaine Hernandez, Esther ....:13, 184 ,.......214 Hernandez, Leon ...,. 62, 203 Herrick, Miss Martha ...... 17, 94, 97, 98 Hershey, Susan ....... 75, 214 Herson, Connie .. ......184 Hess jetuelers ...... .... 2 88 Hess, Larry .............. 214 Hetherington, Connie ..... 214 Heumann, Carol 54, 214 Hicks, Earl .............. 184 Hicks, Patricia .........., 230 Hicks, Ronald ........... 214 Hicks, Vesta ......... 121, 184 Hiebert, Henry ........ 34, 35, 111, 184 Hiebert, Homer, MD. .... 300 Higgins, Gail .........,.. 184 13 Higlz School .......... 12, Hilbert, Connie .,,.... 49, Hildebrand, Robert Kinter, Robert ........... 232 Hildebrandt, Royce Hilli- Dale Resiaumnt ... 184 184 227 269 Hill David ...58, 77, 166 184 Hill, Fred, Inc. .....,.,. 276 Hill, Mr. james. .17, 34, 35, 127 Hill, Kathy ........ 46, 54 184 Hill Pam .... 56, 97, 184, 276 Hillman, Sharon ...... 53 231 Hillrichs, Susan ... 214 Hilyard, Connie ...... 89, 184 Hines, Phyllis .. 214 1-lirschberg, Lea . . . Hz-Y ............. 235 119 Hladky, Harold ...... 110 232 Hood, Miss Alice june .23 Hodge Studio ,.......... 296 Hoffman, Phil .......... 214 1-lofwolt, Nancy Hogan, Janie A .....,..... Hogue, Kath1yn...50, 135, Hohn, Mary ............ Hokanson, Sherry ....... Holberg, Dave ....... 142. Holliday Square Beauty Salon ....,............ Hollowell, Don .......... Holmes, David Holmes, Roger Holt, Barbara Holt, Theron Hornemlning ...... 233 184 233 214 214 185 303 185 185 232 185 180 151 Home Economies ....... 36-37 Honeyman, Sharon ......, 185 Hoops, Robert ...... 147, 235 House of Hair Design ..... 302 Houseworth, Carolyn ...,.. 75, 214, 221 Howard, Bob ........... 214 Howe, Alta ........... 50, 214 Howell, Rose Marie ..... 214 Howell, Thomas ........ 214 Hoyt, Preston .,.. 94, 215, 217 Hudkins, Naomi ..... 121, 185 Hudson, Gary ........... 235 Huffman, Gerald ....... 236 Huffman, Joanne ..... 112, 236 Hugues, Phyllis ....... 50, 236 Hulse, Marigrace .,.. 121, 215 Hummer, Tommy ....... 233 Humphries, Larry ....... 186 Hunsicker, Marilyn ...... 215 Hunt, Carolyn ........... 215 Hunt, Janet ..... .36, 186 Hunter, Charles ... .... . .60 Hunter, Patricia ...... 49 186 Huntsman. Glenda ,97, 230 Huntsman. Jan ....... -16 49. 100 186 Hurd, Elisha ........ 139 215 Hussey Ins. Agency ...,.., 279 llulchens, Hal .....,..... 215 llulelzinson, tlfiss Frances, . . 17' llutsell, Kathie ...48. -19. 217 Huttanus, Mary ,..,....., 229 llullenlzoff, illrs. Shirley ...99 Htttton, Carol ..,........ 215 Hutton. Lynda ... .... 234 I lmlay, Stephen ... ,,.. 232 lmlay. YVayne ,.... ...,. 2 15 Induslriul Arls .....,... 60-61 lngenthron. Donna ...234 236 lngyoldstad, David ..,.... 186 Innes. Jean ..,,.... 32, 56, 186 Innes. John .........,.... 215 lott, Karen .... .... 2 15 285 Ireland. Deloris ....,,. 37 186 Irwin, Clifford ........... 237 Irwin, John ...,... 53, 5-1 2540 Irwin, Ruth .............. 229 lssaac. Jerry ............ ,215 lttmann, 181111121111 ........ 203 lyes, Margaret ,,53, 76, 77 186 1 Jack, John ...... , ....... 186 Jackson, Eric .... ...50. 215 Jackson. George .. .... 233 Jackson, Jennifer . ,....., 230 Jackson. Joyce ........ 71 76, 91. 186 Jackson. Robert . . . ..... 231 Jackson, Tessa .. ..,.. 235 Jacobs. Frances ..,........ 235 James, Merle ......,. 147. 23-1 James. Raymond ,........ 215 James. Xylllllllll ...58, 186 189 . 18, 121 302 280 2911 283 Jennings, Harlan ...... 48, 49 Jensen, Betty .....,..... 229 Jessop. Kenneth ..85, 1-66, 237 Jeter, Richard .......... 186 Johnson, Bill ,.fl6, 47, 58, 60, 99, 156, 186 Johnson. Bob .....,..... 236 Johnson, Carl ...., 73. 79, 139, 147,173.186.28I1. 295, Soi: Johnson. Clara .... .,... 2 03 Johnson, Claude . . . . . . 203 Johnson, Connie ..... . 235 Johnson, Diane ......... 229 Johnson. Duane ...53. 54, 237 Johnson, lfrank . ,,.. . , .. 186 Johnson. James ...,... 63, 186 Johnson, Jo ..48. 19. 100, 215, 219, 270 Johnson, Larry C. ....... 236 Johnson. Larry L. ., 186 Johnson, Marilyn ....... 186 johnson, ,1Ir, Xornmn .,,.. 18, 33, 72 Johnson, Ray ...,., 186 Johnson. Richard ,, .. . 215 Johnson, Ronnie ... . .. 215 Johnson, Sheryl .. ... 215 Johnson. Warren . ., ... 186 Johnson, William .. ... 203 Johnston, Buddy . . . . . . 186 Johnston, Jolene ... ... 215 Johnston, Linda ......... 203 Jones, Alta .....,..... 76, 186 Jones Bruce .... ..... 2 35 Jones Carol ... ...ll8. 230 Jones, Barton ............ 186 Jones, Jerry ... ... 1-17, 229 Jones, Judy ,... . .... 75, 231 Qlones. tllr. I. 11'. ...,. ...l8 Jones, Neil ............. 237 Jones, Patricia ,.......... 231 Jones. Phil .,...... 32, 58, 75. 166, 186 Jones, Phyllis ..,...... '16, 186 Jones, Susan ...... 46 '19, 186 loss or .Sel:1'r, .1I.D. ...... 300 Joyalis,1ianny .......,. 49, 215 Judy loin , ..,........ 9-1, 231 lunior Class ......,.. 205-227 lunior Class Officers 20,1 junior' Red Cross Club. .. 117 K Kampsen. Helen ... ... 215 Kampsen, Robert . .,.... 233 Kane, Ann .......,,.... 229 Kane, Linda ..,.. 76, 186, 202 Kansas Power J Liglil Co. .....,...... 269 Karnowski, Gregory ..... 215 Kaske, Neal .....,.,.... 215 Kay. Susan ..,. 46, 49, 56, 76, 99, 186, 201. 2921 Kearney, Beth .......... 216 Kearney, Sherry ...,.. 37. 216 Keefe, Patricia . . . ,.... 216 Keeie, Robert ... ... 229 Keeling, Henry . 216 Keen, Carolyn .... 233 Keen, Eleanor .. ... 186 Keitel, Roy ...... 29, 186. Keith, John .......... -12. Keithley, Nlary ...... 121, Keller, lfrank ... ...... Kelley, Karen ... .... 56, Kelley. Terry ... ...... Kelly, lfrank . ' Kelly. James ... ,... 58, ...l67. Kelly, Judy Kelly, Larry . , . . . . . Kelly. Ronald Kennedy, Dare ...... 139, Iy'r'nnedy, Holler li. D.D..S. ....... . . Kennedy, Patricia ...,. 75 Kennedy, Sandra . v Kerhs. Linda ...'l6. 75, 86 114, Kerelegan, Ronald ...,,.. Kerle, James .,..,.. . . . Kerle, Jane .,..... . .. Kerley, Donavene ........ Kerley, Ronald .......... Kern, Patty ........ 36, 75, 117, Kerr, Rebecca ........... Kesinger, Charles ..53, 75, Keucher, Peggy ....... 88, Key Club .....,..,.,,,,,, Key ,Voters .............. Kibble, Samuel ..l47, 157, Kibby, Jim .............. Kibler, Barbara ...50, 216, Kilkcr, Karen ............ Killatn Howard ...... 48, Killatn, Ray ...... ...... Kinder, Connie ........... Kinder, Donald .......... King, Carrie ....... 46, 49, 99. King, Charlotte .... ..... 297 187 187 216 187 233 187 216 216 230 230 216 216 216 87. 187 216 187 216 235 231 93. 187 234 231 187 1 16 234 187 295 231 216 231 216 187 55. 187 233 King, Darrel ..... 231 King, Ellen ...... 187 King, Jerry .... ,.... 1 47, 230 King, JoAnn .. .,..,, 229 King, Nancy ............ 232 King Plmrmncy ..,..,..., 298 Kingman. Mrs, Esther ..18, 30 Kington, Kathy ....... 87, 216 Kipling, Richard ......... 237 Kirk, Deanna ...46, 49, 83, 97, U iss, 275 Klrk. George ...........,. -188 309 wa - nw X J ' X ,l ea 5 -- 1 1 g . fy X0 P EK ' 5 f ' al!" f gg V , X t 2 1 x - bf! Q' ' -: Q 7' .. MLN sf -4' . 5 1-' Kirkendall, George ....... 216 Kirkpatrick, Helen ....... 230 Kistler, Kathy ....... 216 Kisller, 11421 Lloyd ... . . . . .18 Kitchener, Joan ... . . . .216 Kitts, Doris ,............. 216 Klesatlz Drugs ............ 268 Klesath, Fred ...l39, 156, 216 Kliewer, Loren .......... 235 Klugg, Joe ......, 53, 136, 216 Knvclzl, Mr. Clovis ..... 15, 18 Knickerbocker, Phil ....., 53, 188, 197 Knight, Bonnie ....... 48, 49, 99, 100, 216 Knowles, George ...50, 93, 94, J 99,100,216 Knox, Charles ........ 65, 234 Koehler, Sharon .. .... 229 Koons, Ruth .... 237 Kraus, Karen ... .... 188 Krentz, Mary '.. .,,57, 188 Kress, Ron ..... ...... 2 16 Krionderis, Gay ....... 49, 216 Kruger, Patricia ..... -216 K. T. O. P. ............. 287 Kuehn, Marvin - ....... 75, 216 Kurtz, 1Villiani , ........ 237 Kuykendall, Karen . .76, 86, 87, 126, 181, 188, 289 Kuykendall, Nola ,....... 216 L LaCroix, Renee . .,.... 47, 188 Ladner, Marty ..... 46, 47, 75, 99, 216 Lafferty, Larry . .. . . . 216 Lahey, Mike .... 216 Lahey, Pat ..... ... 237 Laird, James ............ 216 Lake, Daniel ........... 216 Lake, Judd .... 53. 94, 97, 102, 115, 188, 303 Lambert, Gale .......... 304 Lambert, John .... . . . 233 Landes, Richard .... 188 Landon, Albert .... . . . 23-1 Landon, Mary . .. . . . 215 Lane, John ............. 216 Lane, Rowena ........ 49, 216 Laney, illr. Clzesler .... 18, 59, 160, 161, 163 Langley, Charlotte- .... 50, 233 Langsdorf, Frances ....... 97, 115, 216 Langsdorf, Herb ......... 216 310 Language .............. 40-41 Language Clubs .... ..112-113 Lantis, Linda ............ 216 Lantis, Sharon ........... 216 Larnzer, Miss Nancy ...18, 27 Larson, Deanna .... , ...... 188 Larson, Loyce ............ 216 Larson, Steve ..... 29 166, 235 LaRue, Ruth ...... .... 3 04 LaRue, Spencer . . . . . .304 Laster, Donna ..... .... 2 37 "Laura" ................ 96-97 Lauterbach, Sally. .75, 133, 239 Lauterbach, Steve ..... 93, 217 Lautz, Phyllis ...112, 230, 236 Lavery, Bill ............ 217 Lawler, Ann .......... 89, 188 Lawrence, Connie ........ ,217 Lawson, Joel. . .50, 51, Lawson QL- Kennedy, M.D... 147, 235 300 Layman, Donna .......... 217 Leabo, Larry ............ 217 Learner, Patricia ......... 217 Lee, Bob ..... 50, 53, 157, 229 Lee, Connie .............. 217 Lee, Gloria .............. 231 Lee, Mark ... . . .304 Lee, Sandra ... ...217 Lee, Manda ...... . . .188 Leeth, Larry ........,.... 233 Lelrenbauer, Karen ..,... 231 Lelnnan, Don ........ 185, 188 Leighty, Jerry ......., 47, 188 Lemon, Thomas ..... 147, 229 Lemons, Jim ............ 217 Leonard, Marita ..... 32, 53, 76,92, 188,191 Leonard, Terry .......... 231 Lessendon, Sandy ........ 217 Lester, Douglas ...... 50, 217 Leventlial, Dr. Donald ..... 33 Levin, Gail ....,,. 41, 135,217 Lewey, Beverly ....., 53, 217 Lewis, Arthur ....... 156, 217 Lewis, Brenda . . . ....... 236 Lewis, Byron .. ..... 188 Lewis, Carl .... ..... 2 33 Lewis, Frances . . . ...... .233 Lewis, Gary .... ....,... 2 17 Lewis, Janet .....,... 49, 217 Lewis, Kenneth .... 46, 47, 188 Lewis, Leonard ..161, 166, 217 Lewis, Loretta ........... 217 Lewis. Nancy ..... . . .233 Lewis, Sharon ... ., .... 217 l.il1rnry ..,...... . . .44-45 l.il1rai'y fllllll ..... ...... 1 12 Lieurzince. Lynne .....,.. 100, 113. 217 Liggett. Dona ..,. ....... 2 17 Light. Linda ,........ 49, 100, 217, 232 Linrlsay, Kenneth ........ 217 Lindsey, 1V1xnda ......... 234 Lindstroin, Gerald .... 91, 188 Lineberry, Steve ...,...... 203 Lingo, Mrs. Hazel ... . . . .18 Lippc, Wandzi .... ...301 Linscott, Scott ... ...217 Lira, Fernando .,..,..... 188 Lira. Richard .,,........ 229 Lister, Marva. .97, 118,135,233 Lister. Sharon ........... 188 Little, Dorothy .. ..... 203 Little, Mary ...... 229 1.ot-bsack, Kay.. ,... 32.- 218 Loebsack, Vicki .... 46, 47, 94, 99, 100, 111,115, 188,290 Logan, Edwin .......,..,. 218 Logan, Judy ............. 218 Long. Darlene .. .... 235 Long, James ,... 218 Long, Pat ....... .... 2 18 Long, Shaaron ... ... 236 Longstaff, Doris ..... 229 Longstaff, Marjorie ..... 218 Loomis, Miss Ruth ...... .19 Lopez, Gloria ........... 218 Lord, John .......... 157, 234 Loughiniller, Jean ..... 91, 232 Love, Taggart QL' Robb, Inc. .................. ,290 Loveland, Marilyn ....., 218 Lovell, Donna .,.. 53, 75, 235 Lowe, Bobette .......... 237 Lowery, Mr. Fred ....... .8-1 1.07.L'I7'lfI11 Hill Plzarmacy . 290 Luetje, Kaaren .......... 218 Lund, Edward .,........ 232 l.1111rl, illr. ,lolm ......... .19 1.1l11gSI1'1.l111. Evon ..-17. 53, 188 1.L1l11101'1, Robert ........ 233 Luttjohann, Karen ...... 231 Lux, Toni ......... .. 218 l.ylr', H. V. Sliulio .. ...296 Lyle, Kent Studio ... ...296 I.ylf".y Shoes ..,... ...270 Lynch, Dennis ... ...188 Lynch, Terry .... ...218 Lynn, George .... ...218 l.ynn, Jess ...... ...218 Mc Mcllride, 11'illiam...58, 93. 91, 115, 189 Mcllabe, Michael ..... 34, 35. 77,111,189, 197 McCall, Linda ..... 48, 49, 75, 93,100.112. 213. 221 McCall. Stuart ..... 31, 48. -19, 75, 94, 99,115,218 McCart, Betty ......,.. 37. 237 McCarler, Carole ........ 189 ,11cCro'llly, Mr. Cary ...... 19, 85, 228 McCartney, Darlene ..... 189 McClanahan, Judy ......... 43, 121, 189 McClellan, Ronald ..., 53, 218 McClure, llionias ..... 58, 190 McCo11om, Bruce ....... 235 McConnell, Eddie ..,.. 75, 119, 128, 166, 218 Mctlonnell, John ........ 235 McCord, Veronica ....... 218 .1l1'Cormiclc, Mrs. Muriel . .19 McCoy, Gary ........... 234 McCoy, Kim ..... 139, 1-12, 190 McCoy, Marilyn ..,... 27, 237 Mt-Cue, Mary .... 236 MeCune, Gary .. ,... 218 Mctlune, Judith ........ 190 McDaniel, Karen ..... 121, 190 Mellaniel, Patty ........ 211 McDermott, William ..., 218 Mcllonald, 1Yi1liain .,.. 53 51, 157, 233 .ll!'l,071llI'll, Mrs. Elaine .. .19 Mellonongh, Nancy ....,. 218 Mclilroy, Carol ...... 218 illflilroy Healing QL' Plllllllllllg ............. 294 Mclllroy. Jerry ,..... ..l90, 303 Mclilroy, Marianne ....... 237 Mclintire, Linda ...... 218, McGinnis, Linda ...... McGirr, Rosemary .... 91, McGrath, Barry. . . 139, 147, 290 .218 236 218 Mcl-lenry, Jim ..... 35, 75, 237 Mclver, Gertie ............ 218 McJunkin, Daniel ..... 48, 139, 166, 231 McKay, Dale .....,........ 218 McKay, Richard .......... 219 McKee, Mr. C. J. .... 15, 19, 99 McKee, David...-16, 47, 94, 99, lln, 190, 303 234 McKee, Kathy ......,..... McKee, Lance ............ 190 McKethen, James ..... 219, 285 McKinley, Halter .....,.., 219 McKinnon, James ......... McKown. Beth ...... McKown, William ........ .llmlirlirwl Memorial 219 219 229 I-Ionic ..,.............. 286 McMillan. Jim ...,........ 219 McMil1in, Karen .... .... 2 37 McNal1, Lynn ....... .... 1 90 McNeal, Leonard .... .,.. 2 19 MCNeece, Donna ........., 237 McPherson, Michael. , .147, McQui1kin. Patricia ....... 237 190 MCM'i1liatns, Marjorie .... ,..i6, 57. 219 M Alacefs ,Iererlry .... .,.. 2 85 Macey, Ann ............... 188 Mack, Terry ........... 37, 188 MacNeil, Anne. . .100, 218, 219 Macll, NIV. Doimlrl. .19, 85, 204 Madrigals ..,....,......... 47 Magathan, Gary . , ........ 227 Magerkurth, Tom ,,..... . 164, 217,218 Magn uson Brothers Signs ............ .... Mah, Johnnie ..... 299 237 Maintenance ........... 66-67 Maitland, Diane .... .... 3 04 Maldenade, Rose . . . . . . . Mallory, Joe ...... Mann, Susan .......... 41, 304 ......188 188 Mannen, Donna... ..... .218 Manning, Kevin. . . ... .188 Manning, Nancy .......... Marcussen, Marcus ........ Marlatt, Jerry ........ 156, Marling, Randy ........... 188 218 237 218 Marlow, Mlarren ..... ..... 2 31 Marrs, Dorothy ........... 188 Marsh, Donna ............ 218 Marshall, David .... 89, 93, 100,115,117,189,29 97, 1 Marshall, Jim ..... 53, 108, 189 Marshall, JoAnn.. .35, 127, 189 Marshall, Margaret ........ 218 Marshall, Tom ..... 53, 54, 218 Marshall, Mrs. Vivian. ..19, 37 Martin, Barbara .......... 229 Martin, Jesse ............. 189 Martin, John ..........,.. 218 Martin, Lois ........... 49, 218 Martin Lumber Co. ....... 279 Martin, Sandra ........ 53, 237 Martinez, Mary ..... ..... 2 37 Martinez, Prieilla . . . .... 235 Masbury, Gary ............ 230 Masbury, Frank ........... 230 Massey, Caroline. . .53, 54, 235 Mast, Connie ..... .....237 Masters, Robert ..... ..... 1 89 Math Club ...... Mathematics ... Mathers, Mary .... ......11l .....30-31 218 Matney, Russell .......... 189 Mattocks, Nash ........... 218 Mau ch' McClure, M.D. ..... 300 Mau, Susan ............... 237 Maupin, Terry ..... 41, 75, 218 Maust, Richard ....,...... 218 Maxwell, Nancy .......... 189 May, Judy ........ ..... 2 31 May, Larry ....... ...... 2 18 Medley, Sharon ........... 219 Medlock, Bill ........ 136, 190 Meehan, Mary ......... 35, 235 Meinershagen, Linda. . .75 84, 93, 148, 149, 151, 190 Meinholdt, Virgil ......... 219 Meisinger, Dan ....... 165, 190 Meisinger, Jack ........... 230 Mellinger, Mary ....... 65, 135, 219 225 Mendez, Joseph .... Mendez, Paul ..... Mendoza, John Mendoza, Peter Merchant? National Bank ........... Messick, Linda ..... Mettner, Martha .......233 .....229 234 .......l90 .......282 .......232 r-.1 .....,llJ Metzenthin, George ...... 136, 7 229 .77, 190 Meyer, Gwenn ........,... 190 Meyers, Mr. Kenneth .... 13, 1 1 Michel, Barbara .......... ..12, 235 Mikesell, Gloria ........... 219 Milburn, XVilliam ..,...... 77, 185, 190 Miles, Charlotte .......... 235 Miles, Marc ........... 41, 219 Miller, Bruce W., D.D.S.. . .301 Miller, Charles ........... 219 Miller, Curt ....... 58, 77, 129, 139, 143, 190 Miller, Dave ...... 75, 157, 233 Miller, David N. ....... 75, 190 Miller, Dixie ..... ...... 2 19 Miller, Gail .... ...... 1 90 Miller, Jeri .... .....,.. 2 19 Miner, jack. .. ...75, 94, 97, 152, 219 Miller, Karen J.. . , .... . .229 Miller, Karen L. ..., ..... 2 30 Miller, Larry ............. 235 Miller, Miss Marilyn .... 19, 45 Miller, Patricia .... 27, 125, 190 Miller, Ralph ............ 219 Miller, Roy ........ 31, 88, 219 Miller, Saundra .......... 230 Miller, Sharon ........... 190 Miller, Susanne . . . .,.. 233 Miller, Tom ...... .... l 90 Miller, Warren .......,.. 232 Miliken, Douglas ......... 219 Milliken, Jon ....... 53, 54, 219 Milliken, Joyce ........ 49, 219 Mills, Bill ......... 87, 94, 116. 164, 190, 271, 303 Mills, Mills, Mills, Mills f Margaret ....... 117, Martha ......... Peggy ......... , lllr. Robert ...... 19, 29 237 235 219 21. 109 Minor, Vana .............. 233 Minshall, Jacqueline ...... 304 Miranda, Anna ........... 190 Miranda, Carmen. . . . . . .230 Mitchell, Sharon .... .... 2 19 Mize, Jim ................ 220 Modern Shoe Service ...... 291 Modig, Judy .............. 231 Modlin, Terry ..... 73, 228, 235 Moe, Van ..... 73, 88, 139, 143, 190, 271, 303 Mohney, Bill ............. 220 Monreal, Mary ........ 43, 190 Monreal, Matthew ........ 237 Montes, Mr. joseph ..... 19, 41 Montfoort, Zola ........... Montgomery, George ...... 190 147, 234 166, Montgomery, Patricia ...... 232 Moore, Harold ............ 190 Moore, .Larry ....... Moore, Rosalind .... Mora, Moran, Larry ............. Morgan, Mrs. Thomas .... Louis. .... .... ..... 190 220 236 220 . 19 Moriarity, Anne ........... 233 Morin, Barbara ........... 233 Morris, Diane ..... ...... 2 32 Morris Plan Co. ........... 295 Morrison, Gary ........ 48, 190 Morstorf, Virginia ....... Mosby Mack M o tors ....... .234 281 Mott, John ,.............. 220 Mott, Rebecca ....... .... 1 91 "l1Ir. Roberts" .......... 94-95 Mullin, Dayid ............ 220 Mullins, Charles .... 94, 97, 99, 100. 191 Munoz, Celia ,... .,,.. 2 20 Munoz, Helen ..... ..... 1 91 Munoz, Margaret .,....... 232 Munoz, Phil .......... 100, 220 Murdock, Shirley ......... 232 Murphy, Nita ..,.. ...... 2 34 Murray, Carolyn .... .... 2 31 Murray, Darlene .... .... 2 33 Murray, Marlene ......... 191 Murray, Sondra ........... 191 Murrow, Sherril .... 46, 47, 57, 73, 82, 84. 97. 1 115,170, 71, 181, 191. 296 Murry, Julianne ,... 46, 53, 191 Mustoe, Sharon .... 36, 37, 191 Mustoe. Shelia ............ 235 Muxlow, Ralph .... 35, 53, 75, 113, 220, 285 Myer, Elizabeth .......... 220 Myer, Richard ,....... 157 233 illyvrx, Airs. Belly ........ .23 Myers, Myers, David .,........ 113 JoAnne .... .... 220 191 Myers, Lewis ...,......... 233 Myers. Mary Lynn ...... 100, 191 299 Myles, X1'eeta ............. 220 Myrick, Myrick, Danny.... Mona ..... N -zoo -fra Nall, Air. Carl .......... 19, 43 Negrete, Martha ........,. 191 Nelson Charlotte ......... 220 Nelson, Connie ........... 192 Nelson, David ..... 40, 156, 232 Nelson, Gary .....,....... 220 Nelson, Mr. Harry ...... 19, 39 Nelson Johnny ..... ..... 2 27 Nelson Mark ..... ..... 2 29 Nelson Pam ........ . ,... 233 Nelson Saundra ,......... 236 Nelson, Stephen ....... 53, 220 Nesheini, Jean ............ 192 Neukotnm, Bill .....,..... 235 Newby, Mr. Donald ......., 20 Newman, Claudia ......,.. 192 Newman, Larry ........ 60, 220 Newman, Mary ,.... 53, 75, 79. 116, 192 Newman, Nancy .......... 236 Newman, Ron ............ 229 Newton. Richard ...... 48, 237 Nichols. Penny ........ 75. 220 Nielson. Harry .... ...... 2 20 Nieman, Chris .... ..220, 281 Nisbeth, Nancy. .. ..... 192 Nixon, David, .. . . .231 Noble, Miles ..... ..... 1 92 Noble, Roberta ........,. 227 Nocktonick, Ralph ....... 234 Nolan, Virginia ....,... 35, 220 Noller, Stephen ....... 53, 220 Nordstrom. Dianne ....... 192 Nordstrom, Jim .,.,... 35, 230 Norris, 11113 .-lllrerl ......... 20 Norsworthy, Phil .....,... 230 Norsworthy, Steye ..... 139. Northcutt, Wilbur Nash, Susan ...... 122, 124, 191 Nalional Forensic League. .127 Nzvrflerliistfr, Mr. George. . .19, 21 53 Needham, Ellis ..... ...... I 256 Neil, Sheryl .., .... 230 220 .220 Norton, Bonnie ,.... 75, 94, 97. 115, 220 Nottingham, Sy1yia..46, 76, 86, 87,114,117,192 Nttnley, John .... 143, 156. 220 Nzzznzan, Air, Loren M. ,.... 20 Nyswonger, Stan ....., 166, 220 O Odell, Elaine .. ..... 220 Odell, Ida .... ..... 2 37 Odgers, Joan . . . ..... 192 Ofiergeld. John .......... 192 Office' Staff ..........,.... 23 O'Cara, Elaine .,... 90, 91, 135. 231 Ogden, Sharon ..,..... 37, 220 Ogle. Richard ,. ...... 229 Ogrod, Eugene. . . . , .50, 233 "Olclalioma" .... ..... 9 8-99 Olander, James . . . . . .205 Oldham, Dale ............ 220 Oliyer, Jean ......,,,...,. 192 Oliyer, Jim. .128, 160. 161, 220 Oliver. Joan. .89, 125, 192, 201 282, 289 Oliver, John ............. 231 Oliva, Dolores ..........., 231 O'Neil 6 Collon. M.D. .... 300 Ojrerelta ............... 98-99 Orcliestra .............. 50-51 Oroke, Marcia ..... 49, 93, 220. 221, 285 O'Rourke, Pat ... ........ 220 Ortiz, Benny .. ..,.. 233 Ortiz. Daniel ,.. ..,..,.. 229 Ortiz, John .... ..., 6 3. 192 Ortiz, Peter .,.... 192 Ortiz '1'ony. .. .... 48, 192 Ortiz Victor .... .... 2 20 Osborn, I.. C., D,D.S. ...... 301 Osgood, Stanley .....,..... 32 Osterhout, Diana ...... 46, 192 Osterhont, Eddie ......... 235 Otlinzer, Richard, D.D.S...30l Ott, Elbert ........... 156, 229 Oyerstreet. Lynda. . .37, 76, 192 Owen, Kay .......,...... 192 Owens, Kathleen .....,... 192 Owens, Patricia ........ 37, 229 Owens, Sharon .,,........ 192 Owett, Lynda .....,...... 233 Oyler, Gary ...... 147, 166, 237 Oyler. Mike .......... 139. 220 Oyler. 1Yilliam .,,........ 236 P Packard, Mary Crace..53, 192 Padget, Sue ..,.. 75, 86. 87. 97. 100, 175 Palace Clothing Co. ....... 285 Palmer, Gary ............ 220 Palmer, Jerry ............ 227 Palmer, Polly.. .73, 78, 83, 93, 115, 159, 175, 192, 297 Palmer, Tony ............ 236 Palmer, Mr. Oscar ...... 20, 62 Pape, Linda ............. 235 Papin, Ann .... 35, 75, 87, 220, 268 Parka, Carolyn ....... 121, 192 Parker, Ellis ........... 77, 192 Parker, Melody ........ 27, 192 Parks, James .... 46, 53, 73, 99. 151, 204, 209, 220, 295 Parkview Drugs .......... 279 Parman, Royce ........ 62, 220 Parr, Karen ...... ....... 1 92 Parr, Darrel ..... 237 Parrett, Celia ..,.. ...43, 192 Parrett, Gary .. ..,.. 229 Parrett, Larry . . . .... 235 Parrish, Robert ........., 233 Pashman, Steve .......... 234 Patch, Lawrence ...... 211, 220 Patrick, Larry ......... 53, 192 Patrick, 537111121111 ......... 234 Patterson. Georgiamarie. 192. 220 Patterson, Sparky ..... 129, 137. 143, 145, 192, 303 Patterson, Susie .......... 231 Paul, Mary ............ 56, 220 Pauls, Judith ..... 53, 192, 297 Pavlick, Pam ............. 234 Payne, Brenda ............ 193 Payne, Jim ......... ..... 2 36 Payne, Shelley ..... 56, 57, 100. 193 Payne, Thomas .......... 221 Peach, Martha. . .170, 171, 193. 283 ,www PR JX5 ocrwea P1 3 800 Q09 " 0 40 Q' " Q4 In-at 3 O ' 'J QQ.. , c A ',i 55,-" 'A' el 'Y W one o -I G .' O WURN GRAB YOUR BOY-MAGS 41I'LY T0 THE HALLOWEEN VARSITY ACTIVITY TlCKETof50t Pearce, Theodore .... Pearman, Elizabeth .... 50, Pearson, Pamela ..... Peck, Ronald ........ Peele, John ........... 75, Peery, Donna ........ Pekarek, Carol ..-. . . .. Pelleliefs Dept. Store .... Pelton, Glenda ........ 91, Pelton, Leon .......... 62, Penney, Mrs. Marcus M.. . Pennrfyiv Dept. Store ...,.. 288 Pennington, Nancy ...... Penwell-Grzlzle Funeral .221 229 .231 .221 193 .193 .221 .278 193 193 ..20 .231 Home ................. 286 Perez, Alex ...... ....... l 93 Perry, Betty ............. 221 Perry, Mary Kay ..... 221, 232 Perry, Max ............... 232 Perry, Robert ............ 231 Peters, Sandra ........... 193 Peterson, Don .... 48, 136, 193. 303 Peterson, Jean ...... 37, 88, 193 Peterson, Nellie Shop ..... 290 Peterson, Patricia ........ 232 Peterson, Steve ..... 53, 54, 193 Petrik, Aleta .......... 29, 194 Petty, Brenda ............ 194 Pfannenstiel, John ....... 231 Pfannenstiel, Paul ..... 43, 121, 194 Pfiester, Mary ............ 203 Pfuetze, R. E., M.D. ....... 300 Phelon, Deanna ....... 49, 221 Phelps, Dan ........... 29, 232 Phelps, Manuel . . . ..... 227 Philiph, Sondra ... ....221 Philipp, David ........... 221 Phillips, Barbara ......... 234 Phillips, Lyle. .94, 99, 115, 120. 194 Phillips, Robert ........ 53, 221 Phillips. Miss Ruth .... 20, 123 Pliillis, Alyin ..........., 221 Phipps. 'llhomas .... .... 2 21 Plzysical Education Pierce, Barbara ..... Pierre, Gary ...... 56-59 . .... 221 ....236 Pilcher, John ... . . . .236 Pinkston, Glenn . . . . . . .194 Pizza Hut ....... .... 2 80 Plackctt, JoAnn .......... 194 Plant, Carol ,...... ......227 Platt, John ...... 111, 194, 197 Plaza HHl'llZL'Hl'F .......... 291 Pollock, Edith ............ 229 312 Pollock, Lois ............ 194 Polter, Karen ........... 194 Popham, Ronald .... 30, 35, 77, 194 Posey's Dept. Store ....... 303 Porter, Jerry ............ 221 Potter, Sarah ....... 50, 53, 232 Potts, Jerry .... . 221 Pouch, Dick ..... ... 221 Powell, Karen .... . . . 221 Powell, Lawrence ........ 203 Powell, Linda .... . . . 121, 194 Powell, Mary .... . 194 Power, Cheryl ...... . . . 221 Powers, Howard ........ 221 Powers, Lorraine. .76, 123, 194 Powers, Preston QB' Bridwell, M.D. ... ... 300 Pozez, Jerry .... Prather, James . Preston, Marilyn 194 304 221 Ramsey, Kathy . . . . . . 1 Ramsey, Marci .. ..... Ramsey, Nancy ....... 13. Ramseyer, Althea ....... Ramzy, Nadia ..... 35, 75, 127 Rangel, Joe ......,..... Rankin, Dianne ........ Ransier, Harry ......... Rapp, James ...... 48, 49, Rausch, Judy ........... Reaser, Larry A. . . . . , . . Reaser. Larry XY.. ,, .. .. Reber, Lyle ..... .,... Redman, Mary ......., 82, Reece, Bobbie . ...... . Reece, Harry ..,... .... Reece, Marilyn ..... 121, Reed, Bobbie .. .. .... Reed, Carolyn ... .... Reed. Lois ..... . .. Reed, Murdis .. ,... Reed, Royce ......... 93, Reed. Russell ..... .... Reed, 111111121111 .... -18 166, Reeder. Nancy ...... ..73 175, Reedy, Jerilyn .... -16, 195, Reetly, Judith ..... .... Reedy, Lyle ... . . .. Rees, Helen ..... .. ..48, 181, Reese, Pam ............. Reeves, Virginia ......,. r 222 222 235 .37 100. 222 222 222 233 229 237 227 195 222 222 195 304 195 231 236 222 195 195 235 235 93, 195 278 233 222 49. 195 222 19:1 Reicherter, Susan. .56, 97, 222 lteirl, .1lr. Larry ....... 30, 129. 139,116 Reilly, llarbara ........ 49, 195 Relnlerl Sclmols ........... 55 Renbargcr, Jitn .......... 229 liI'1I1'I'.W'l1l!llllll' Council. .74 75 Revely, Gerald ....... 147. 229 Revely, Jim ............. 220 Reynolds, Carroll ........ 222 Reynolds, Dave , . . . ..,. 222 Reynolds, Wally ......... 222 Rhodehainel, David ...... 231 Rhodes, Kathie ........ 35 Rhodes, Sharon. . . .. .53 Prettyman, Joyce ..... 56, 194 Price Aaron ............. 194 Price, Becky ....... 73, 93, 194 Price Byron ............ 233 Price, Carl. . .160, 161, 166 203 Price, Charlotte ....... 53, 194 Price, Ira Cafe... ...... 270 Price, Linda .... ........ 1 94 Price, Ron ............ 40, 231 Price, Ronald C. .......... 194 Priddy, Jim ........ 30, 48 221 Priddy, Martha .......... 221 Priddy, Thomas ......... 221 Pringle, Miss Annabel .. .l2, 13, 197 Pringle, Mr. jack..20, 22, 116 Pringle, John ........ 139, 194 Pringle, Julie ............. 221 Pringle, Miss Roberta ...... 20 Probat, Shirley ........ 53, 237 Proctor, James ........... 234 Proctor, John .. ........ 221 Proctor, Peggy ........ 61, 194 Proctors ...,........... 64-65 Proud, Clement ......... 221 Prove. Robert ......... 29, 194 Pnderbangli, Gary .... 58, 139. 143, 166, 167, 191 Purnell. Kathi ........... 191 Purvines, Karen ....... 56, 194 Pnryis. Norma ..... 56, 76, 77, 97, 125, 191 Pyle Le Cray, 11l.D. ....... 300 Q Quarles, Anita ........... 221 Quarles, Gwendolyn ...,. 235 61110671 of Conrls.. ,..158-159 Rice, Rice, Rice, Charlene . . Lon ..... Sandra ..... Richards, Pryran Richards, L Richardson, Dorothy Richardson, v 1 233 222 .....231 .....231 .....231 235 loyd ........ Janice ...... Quick. Kenneth ...... 48. 221 Quill J' .Scroll ,.., ..... 1 141 R Rabe. Sharyl ...., .70, 75, 133. 230 232 Rabe, Suzanne .......,... 221 Rafter, Ned ,....... 48, 94, Ragsdale, Donald Rahmeier, Don .. 221 ..,.,...19l . ....,.. 19-1 Rainey, Robert .... . . .221 Rake, Sharon ...... ..... 2 22 lflll.Tll Plmrnmry ... ..... 277 Ralphs, Sharon ..... . . .222 Ramirez, Alexandra ...... 231 Ramirez, Evelyn .,....... 236 Ramirez, Manuel ......,. ' 222 Ramsey, Jacqueline . . .121 194 .236 .222 .1911 Richardson, Ronald .,.... 231 Richardson, Sherlene ..... 222 Richardson, Theodore. .50, 222 Richel, Linda ........... 230 Rickel, Gary ......... 166, 222 Riddle, Jerry. .58. 139, 143, 195 Rider, lien ........... 50. 196 Ridgeway, Leslie , . . ..... 230 Riley, Anita ,.,.. ...,. 2 22 Riley, Carolyn . . . ...... 236 Riley, Frank ........... '18, 230 Rinehart, Kay .........,. 196 Rings, Mrs. ,Ilnry ..,...,... 23 Rion, Paul ........ 75, 77, 196 Ritchie, Roy ............ 229 Roach, JoAnn ..,...... 71, 196 Roblfieir lieslfltuwtzi ..... 276 Roberts. Dixie ........... 231 Roberts, Ceorgianna ...,. 237 Roberts, lingerie ..,...... 222 Roberts Linda ........... 227 1 Roberts, Lorna .......... 196 Koberls, 11'uren Ii., 11I.D...301 Robinett, Suzanne ........ 222 Robinson, Correl ........ 222 Robinson, Dorman. . .l47, 230 Robinson, Gene .......... 237 Robinson, Robert ....... 222 Robinson, Lelina .... 222 Rodehorst, Larry . . . .... 222 Rodieck, Rowena . . . .... 222 Rodriguez, Anna .. .... 237 Rogers, Johnny .. .... 196 Rogers, Jolene . . .... 235 Rogers, Judith .,... .... 2 35 Rogers, Robert ..,....... 222 Rogers, Sharon ...50, 233, 250 Romero, Lucille ......... 233 Romero, 'liony .......... 222 Roop. Nancy. , ,46. 47, 99, 196 Rosa, Harold ............ 304 Rose. Nlary ......... ,.... 2 331 Rose, Richard. . .119, 137, 1-1-1, 196, 262 Rose, 'loin R. ...... 35, 53, 23-1 Rose, 1110111 XY. ........,.. 237 Rouse, Pamela ........... 235 Roush. Carole ..... 46, 56, 196 Roush, Vernon ........... 222 Ronyier. Victor ..,....... 230 Rowe, Judy ....... .... 2 22 Rowland, Sidney ......... 222 Rowley, Ramona ........ 236 Rowley, Robert. . .58, 75, ,144, 139, 196 Rowzer, Anita ........... 196 Rozwiclc-Marsh School of Accordion .......... 291 Runnels, Hlalter ......... 222 Runyon, David ....... 75, 237 Rnnyon, Mike ........... 227 Russell, llflr. W. Walter .... 22 Rust, Carla .............. 222 Rust, Gaye ..... 46, 50, 53, 196 Ruth, Connie ............ 235 Ryden, Patricia .... 237 S Saclfs Florist ...... .... 2 68 Saderstrom, Robert ...... 222 Safety Club ........ .... 1 26 Salmon, Robert .......... 237 Salzer's Pharmacy ........ 270 Sams, Roseann ........ 75, 232 Sandbloom, Keith ........ 222 Sanders, Bernice ......... 230 Sanders, Wilbert ......... 222 Sanderson, Linda ...... 53 222 Sandmeyer, Ralph .... 147 234 Sann, Terry ............. 222 Sanneinan, Steve. .195, 217, 223 Sanner, Paul ...... Saunders, Mary .... ......203 223 Sawyer, Gary . . . ....... 233 Sawyer, Larry ............ 223 Sawyer, Mary ........ 91, 196 Sawyer, Linda .. ....... 223 Sayler, Janet .. ...29, 235 Sayler, Joyce .... ..... 1 96 Sayler, William . . . . . . .196 Saylor, Kathleen .. .... 223 Saylor, Larry ............. 231 Saylor, Hlilford .......... 223 Scl1affert'Grimes Drug .... 283 Scheibe, Lind ........... 223 Scheibner, Albert ..... 161, 196 Schendel, Jane ...... 46, 47, 99, 100, 115, 223 Scheuermann, Judy Schimmel, Edward Schisholm, Ralph Schmidt, Madeline Schmitthenner, Carl ...... Schneider, Donald 223 230 223 .......230 223 . . . . .223 196 Schoenfeldt, Carole .... 46, Schoenfeldt, Doug ........234 Schreiner, Maxine ,.... 27, 232 Schuette, Kenneth ........ 223 Schulteis, Henry .. ..... 235 Schultz, Dan .... . ..... 223 Schultz, Ronald ....,..... 231 Schuster, Jean ........ 215, 223 Schwartz, Peggy ..82, 234, 236 Schwindl, Mr. Harold ,.... Schuefel, Cheryl ......... 230 Science ...,............ 28-29 Science Club ......... 108-109 Scofield, Royce .......... 223 Scott, Carole ...... 84, 100, 196 Scott, Frances ............ 234 Scott, Gary R. ............ 235 Scott, Gary W. ........ 31, 35, 111, 223 Scott, Joan .. ....... 233 Scott, Mary ..., ..... 2 31 Scott Motors ..... ..... 2 73 Scott, 1Vanda ..... ..... 2 36 Scroggins, Shirley ........ 196 Seabrook Hardware ....,. 276 Seagraves, Janice. . .27, 92, 223 Sears, Roebuck 6' Co.. Seckinger, Cherlyn ..... 53, ....275 223 Secord, Carolyn .......... 196 Security Benefit Life ..... 280 Security Mutual Life Ins. Co. ............... 302 Seidel, Joan ..... .... 5 6, 196 Selbach, John .... ...... 2 30 Senior Activities ...... 238-263 Senior Class .......... 171-203 Senior Councils ......... 76-77 Senior Officers ....... 170-171 Senne, Sara .............. 231 Serna, Angela ........... 196 Serna, Delores Ann ....... 234 Serna, Delores ........... 229 Serrano, Rebecca . . . .... .233 Serrano, Rudy ........... 196 196 Seufert, Helen. . Sewell, Frank.. Sewell Tire ck ......147, ......l2l, 231 75 Shrimplin, Nancy ,.... Shultz, Donald .... Shumway, Carol .... Shutt, Richard ....... 75, Sibberson, Miss Erna. Siebuhr, Coreena .... Sills, Cheryl ........ Silver, Edward. . .75. ......32, Similar Mode Co.. . .. Simmons, Donna Simpson, Weldon Sims, Theron ... Singer, Louise . . . Siple, Steven .... Skalla, Eugene . Short Drug, Store 299 Battery, Inc. ........... 2 232 Shaffer, Edward . Shapiro, Jan ...... 97, 115, Sharkey, Carolyn . Sharp, Eugene . Sharp, B. ...... . Shaver, Byron Shaver, Charles Shavey, Peggy . . . Shaw, Val ...... Shearer, Donna .. Sheldon, Kathy Shell, Carole ..,.. Shelton, Charles Shelton, Kathi . Shepard, Jim. . . Shields, George Shields, Mary .. 196 ..,.....234 ........223 ...223, 282 ........227 ......235 ....223 ....233 ....223 ....223 .. .... 235 233 .fffllfffzsa ..139, 144, 151, 196 . . . . . . .196 ..,.......224 Shinn, Mike ..... 139, 140, 144, 152, 153, 155, 224 Shopteese, Larry ,. .......196 . fy kr . ........ 2 Shortman Motor Co.. Inc.. .283 Slzoyer, Mr. Charles ..... 20, 21 189, 166, Sl1'1lI7!'I, illiss ,Ioan ,... .20. Slater, Larry ......... .32. Slaughter. Fred .... 77 85, 155, 197, Slawson: Doug .... 88, 156. Sloop, George .......... Sloyer, Carol ....., 46, 49, Sloyer, Rose ..,.......,. Sloyer, Wayne ....... 157, Smelser, Lonuy ........ . Smith, Alan .... ..... Smith, Alyce ....,..... 49 Smith, Carolyn ... ..... Smith, Darrel . .. ..... Smith, Dayle .... .... 9 0 Smith Dean ...... ...., Smith Donald .... . .. Smith Geneva ..... . . . Smith Helen Jean ..... 56 la. Smith Jean ...... ..... Smith Joyce .... . . . Smith Judith ........... Smith Katherine .....,. Smith Smith Ken . .......... 43. LaResta ........ 49. Smith Lois .... .... 1 00, Smith Mike . . .... . . Smith Robert .,........ Smith Roberta ..... 56, 83 97, 198, Smith, Rohm ........ 111. Smith, Sally ....... 56, 93, Smith Terrence ........ Smith, Terry .... 34, 35, 73 116, 148, 198, Smith Wendell ....,.. 35 197, Snodgrass, Alberta .,... . Snook, Arthur ......... . Snook, Sharon .... .... 229 224 224 235 .22 196 304 77. 196 271 197 234 230 235 234 236 304 229 103. 203 224 .191 197 .224 235 .191 221 qty? .22-1 .234 ff fs 1 23.4 .191 .22-1 57. 191 .304 197 224 197 197 197 197 22-1 198 93. 276 231 198 237 74. 2911 77 198 198 198 224 Snook, Thomas ........ 48, 22-1 Snyder, 11111 C. P. ...... 15, 20 Snyder, Neil .......... 48, 234 Social Studies ...... 32-33 Soehiakte, Yauti ........ 81, 83. 198, 199 Soplzomore Class ...... 229-237 228 .Soplzozuonf Officers ...... Soutlers, illr. Robert ...... Southard, Roy ........ 91. Soutlzzuesl State Bank ..... 302 Sowers, Janet ..... 87, 224, .20 22-1 273 Soza, Romona ............ 230 Spain, Ann ........... 91, 235 Spangler, Elsie ........ 63, 224 Spangler, James .......... 224 Spencer, Jack ............ 224 Speizrer, Mrs. Claude ...... 20 Spiegel, David ........... 224 Spurgeon, Ralph . . , .... 237 Spurlock, Wanda ........ Squids .................. Staehler, Letty .... 56, 76, 132, 133 Staebler, Tom ..... ...2l5, Stalney, Joe ...,......... Stalons, Donald ........ 48, Stamm, Betty ... ..... Stamm, Carol ......... Stamps, Annette ....... . Stancliffe, Craig. . .94, 115, Starldley. Allen ..... 45, 48. Standley, Sharon ........ Stanley, Jim ............ Stanshury, Sherry ....... Starbuck, Mary ........ 87, Starbuck, Mike. . .l04, 105. 139, 144, 198. Starr, Patricia .......... Stauffer. Vickie. . .97, 198, Steadman, Michael ..... 48 Steele, Carol ..... 112, 224, Steele, Michael ......... Steelman, Sharon ....... Steinmeyer, Karen ...... Stephenson, Tom ....... Sterne, Kenneth ....... 32 Stevens, David ...... 48, 77 189, 198, Stevenson, Carol ...,.... Stewart, Betty .......... Stewart. Cheryl ......... Stewart. Clayton ........ 230 125 102. 198 224 236 224 229 234 22 1 224 233 22-1 198 22 1 22-1 138. 303 .30-1 202 198 285 .231 .233 .237 .2371 230 , 93. 201 198 236 1229 9174 Stewart, Neil ......... 160 22-1 Stieher, Janie .. ...... 22-1 Stillie, Richard .. ..... 224 Stillie, Stephen .. ..... 23-1 Stimpert, Mike .. ..... 229 Stinson, Marietta ..... 221 Stith, Truett ... ,203 221 ms 'Hu 22-1 229 224 Stone, John ...... 147, 157 Stone, Kenneth .... 46, 77, Stone. Lois ... ..... .... Stone, Tim ........ 53, 54. Story, Lianne ............ Stovall. Thomas ......... Stover, Carol ....... 42, 65 St ra I1 Ill , Mrs. 11Iary Cath FVIHE ....... 198 ..20 Strahan, Judy .......... Strailey, Lois ....... 46, 56, .224 57 82, 100 198 Strait, Linda ............ 231 Stratton Hartlware ....... 281 Stratton, Susan ........ 49, 198 Streeter, Gale .... ...... 2 34 Streeter, Melvin . ..... l. .235 Streeter, Sharon ...... 121, 198 Strihling, Jerry . . . ...... 224 Strimpert, Mike .... ..... 2 29 Strobel, Carol ............ 224 Stromquist, Lenard ........ 50. 54, 229 Strough, Barhara ..... 198 Strunk, Patricia ..., ..... 2 24 Stuart, Sharon ..... ..... 1 98 Stuelent Council ........ 72-73 Suflon, Jim ...... ..... 2 35 Suffron, Kay ....... . . .22-1 Sullivan, Kathleen ........ 232 Sullivan, Reulmy .......... 198 Sullivan. Sharon ..... 215, 224 Sumey, Mary' ...... 46, 47, 99, 100. 198 Szlmnlers, fiordon A.. O.D. .................. 301 .3lllIlll7lf1'.V, Mrs. james. .21, 171 Summers, John ........ 61, 221 Sunfloztter Staff .. ...86-87 Sutton, Cecilia ... ...225 Swafford, Bob . . . ..... 304 Swalwell, Kay ............ 231 Swan, Bill .............. 231 Swan, Bob ........ 73, 103, 139, 141, 144, 148, 151, 198 Swank, Charles ........... 235 Swanson, Stan ........... 225 Swartz, David .... ....... 2 25 Swartzel, Steve ....... 44, 128 161, 225 Swatzell, Robert ...... 53, 237 Swimming ........... 162-165 Switzer. Robert .... 53, 54, 237 Sykes, Homer ...... 50, 53, 198 T Talaferro, Phillip ... ...198 Talmagefs ........ .... 2 91 Talley, Lloyd ............ 198 Tavares, Mary ........... 234 Taylor, Carolyn .... 48, 49, 225 Taylor, Diana .... 49, 135, 225 Taylor, John ...... 53. 54, 225 Taylor, Janice ......... 56, 198 Taylor, Jerry . . . ..... 232 Taylor, Marilyn .......... 225 Taylor, Rosemary ...... 75, 94, 100, 115, 227 Taylor, 1'Varren ..... .... 1 98 T-Club .............. 128-129 Teel, Mr. jesse ......... 21, 42 Templin, Karen ....... 49, 199 Tetuan, Genevieve ..... 38, 225 Tetuan, John ........ 48, 199 Tevis, Connie .... ..... 2 25 Tevis, Karen ............ 199 Tharp, Betty ............ 225 Tlzeilmann, Mr. Giles ...... 10 Tlzespians ............... 115 Tholl, Marilyn ...,...... 225 Thomann, Jeannie .... 133, 231 Thomas, Bill H. ..... 48, 199 Thomas, Bill L....53, 54, 225 Thomas, Bob...128, 139, 145, 166, 225 START SAVING NOW Aifs. lllli 11111 march I1 313 Walker, Mr. james ......... 21 N W'alker, Micke .......... 226 SOPHO RE PARTY 9553 vvaiker, susan yDa1e...200 278 W I N tg 585 Wzzll-Diffenderfer Morlimry' ...,... .... 2 84 lk Wallace, Alice ........... 232 U Wallis. Kay ........... 50, 226 Walqnist, John ..... 46, 73, 77, I U K 97, 100, 111, 115, N 1 N Nm MW V -V yd v 1.70, 171, 200, 302 K A .0 V411 NS BMD Walter, Connie ....... 46, 200 N403 ky S'-"""'9"""" Walters, Charles. .58, 139, 145, kj FRIDAY ,, . ,, ggi Sew! FEBRUARY ,,,3,,:1,2:, --1-or--1'-Q03 S QM 1Va1terf.kl1aron .......... 237 , ',Vl"aIf,grs heirl, Miss jean .... 21 C , :so-izaoo kYY'2fltha 1, o' ....... , .... 237 .. Bean, A in,J19orothy .' .. ,231 - F W'ar Bonnie,!. ,... . f47, 50. 1 I ' fi 7 83,,90: 91099, 00, 200 ,1 ' U' 'ard, Lin a. . .1 ...,. 1.93, 226 C1 ,Qjli Award, Mo telf. ..... f .... 203 Tlzonms, Dorothy, Q y Tur1leff1,0r" ...... 22501 Why-gl, te .... 13 V 139, 143. Schools of Dnyzf ,,,,,,, 303 Tyr r, A tll 1'.,. .'3l, 87 2333! I , V 145, 166 ' Thomas, Jim ,..14 ......... 225 tri T, H27 Printin,g4..2 1,3191 1 0111851 -, ---- -- 2 0 'fhon 35, L nbfa l I -.'--' uyylfjr, gndglxn l l . I X511 TCT. D2lH1Cl ...... 496, 'l'lzonas,!1 rs. Leo K..fl.. 2111! TUf1'1ff16'HeYSC11C11' --.l O, 200 uf, ner' 93317 --'---- 3 5, 21' 'l'lzo11as5UM1's. L W.. . .23 Tl11','eT, Lela. , 231 236, Tyla 'mr' kennethll' " '48' 236 7I'h 5, Phyui ll .IIA if ..-225 Thy er, Linda ,,,,.., 2 !,!5Ki,141'1'CI1, Rob 166, 226 Qifh mpson, Da ..L.'!.225, 295i Tur, er, Mary.,A ......., .. 6 11i11Y1'C111 SEC , --------- 225 1 impsim, El11ejfQ48, 115, 1252 T uyner, Richird --..,.. 5 11,111'1'?n, 11, , ------ 91, 200 ' 'hompsom G .-57, 219, gm Ti, mfr, Sheryl 237 Warrior, mie ...... 'L . .200 lfhompsonl Ja et .."' My 225 , Turyirsfvcmon ..-...."- 226 Washbufrn, ack ,... 30, 15, 94, Thompson, Karen '-!J49' 225 , 'I' 1 lr, Wanlda ...... 200 I Y D 199, 200, 202 Thompson, Marshlig ..-.-. In , ee, Mike. , gf ,,,, 139, 226 Ilvasltgn A77 Lmverszty .... .267 Thornburg, Dic 7 ..... 61, 3 1 ' ' J, y1U uf' 5,11b'3f81I fephen --'-- 200 Thurber, LGE "-'.... 53,1n89,L Y V W. kins, Lnyoiard ........ 200 Ib 199, 28 Ll, C, X, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 295 ,l1XI1Ili1l1S, O 1V13 ........ J .200 Thufstonyftgharles ,,...,, 1 5, Lmbarg rf Gaylon ..... 50, 226 1' VWM S. D C DCC ----. 38, 54, 36- Thr rstom, Mignon .,., ,HD 25 Linbe er, Angela ...... 7f 57, 93, 100, 115, 200 T11 151611, ljna ....... 1, 225 If - ,L Joni ..... ...1 .... 0 -,JW ?1f'C11 11111 --A------ 261 201 Ti , Mary ........ 5 1, 23: ,yt ur 111 Joyce- .- 76, 00 4111171166 11ff1'fff11' 1 1""-'- 2111 enor, Eliz.beLh 1 ...... 229 V '-VN" C1115 --------- -95 U4 WU Mr' E' B' ""' 11834 . L , y K ep'a'iifffi 7512 V 1 Webb, jack ............. 201 17,1165-y ,'..-A...... lg Valdivia, Ramiro 1, ....... 229 XVebb, Reva ........,. 46, 201 .Huey ga v'-.. 53, 125, 199 Xtalentine, Martha ..... 235 Webb, Richard ...,..... .58 Tm hy Sl mn .I-,Jo-.199 Xtalentine, Sharon ....... 226 Webber, Charles ........ 201 Tino o, Tommy' . .... 223 25311 Igmfm'SElOhu- ------ Weber, Lonise .... ,... Tippin, Maur e ......... 2 ,11 0 C1 CV911 -------- , Ti 131301, I .,.-,.,..,, 25f' Yan Orsdol, Mary ........ 226 Weber, S1131-on ,,,,,,,,,,, 225 'figgovly .,.,.. ,,,, 2 Xzanover, Russell .... 237 Wgddlg, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,, ,226 T113 1-ive-171 ....... 1 sg 1211? g11111C'11J11fSh1 232 yycaog, 551511 ...,. 41, 0311, 331 To ,fam ........... .1 11611121 --------- ---- - eco, ina ......... , 'roi' d, Lance ...,..... 23199 Vazquez, Dorothy ..-..-. 226 Weeks, Cheryl .,..,...... 226 'l'mr1linson, Mrs. 11zarme..2l Vickery, Karen ......... 235 Weese, Diana ..... ...... 2 33 Topeka Auto ply ..... 272 Victor, Frank .. ...197, 200 Weibcl, Robert ......... .232 'lopelm Cham entnl ..... 299 Vzctory Sand :Le XVeiclenbach, C-ary ..... 48, 201 'lbpeka Lqfla er Shop ..... 288 Stone Co. ...... ..... 2 99 Weidner, Leonard ........ 230 '1'orrez,1jd n ..... 58, 139, 144, Viergeyer, James ....... 18 28, Weir, Garry .....,..., 50 226 XV 145, 152, 155, 203 58, 200 ireiliom, 111611501 ..... 2.201 Torrol, M Ckeala ....... 57, 231 Yillar, Richard ......... 200 Welch. Lynn ...,. ...,., 2 32 TOlll.KJllSC,g Larry .......... 200 Villeme, Mr. Melvin G. .... 21 Weldon, Carla .......... 226 Tours f ......... ..... 7 8, 79 Vincent, Barbara ........ 233 Welborn, Stan ..,..,. 100 233 Towle, Patrick ..... 200 Vincent, Starks ....... 157 237 Wells, .Ieanice .. ....... 235 Town, Juanita ...... .... 2 34 Virr, Richard .... 50 2. 200 Wells, Margot .,., 80 226 Townley, Richard ........ 304 W Wells, Max , ......... 166 226 Trade School ,......... 62-63 Wells, 1121111 ............. 230 Trast, jim ......... 18, 60, 93, Wabnuni. Maxine ........ 226 llfmzzpe, G. E., D.D.S. .... 301 200, 202, 277 Wade, Patsy ean ...,..... 226 Werner, Gary .........,.. 201 Ty-665, joyge, 6' Wagner, Carolyn Sue ...... 226 Vx'est, Kirk .' ...... .... 2 3-l Krall, 11I.D. .... 300 1V1lgl1C1', Dick ........ 189, 200 XYC51, Xfgirilyii ,,,,,,,,,,, 231 Tripp, Sharon .. .,.. 225 Wakeman, john ....... 35. 235 II'est,11lr. Rex ,...,.... 21, 29 'f1'l1C, Yera .... .... 2 25 Wakes, Kathy .... ...... 2 26 lI'esterzz Tyjzezuriler Co. .268 Tucker, Kathy .. .... 200 W1alburn, Steve .... ...'..226 XvCSlll1l1d, Alice ....., 49 226 Tucker, Martha .... 237 Waldy, Sheryl ..... 226 Wheeler, Alice ...... 123, 226 314 XVheeler, Earl ..... 53, 54, 226 Wlzeeler, Miss Gertrude S. ...... 21, 94, 97 Wheeler, john ..... 50, 53, 226 XVheeler, Linda ....... 86, 87, 114, 201, 289 lfhelan Lumber Co. ...... 266 Whisler, Linda ,......... 226 XVhitaker, Vicki ,..75, 82, 231 White, Eldon ............ 226 White, Leila ,............ 232 White, Richard ...53, 75, 141, 145, 151, 193, 201, 303 White, Shirley ........... 235 Whitegon, Carol ......... 226 Whitegon, Cathy ......... 226 Whiteniore, jo Ann ....., 232 ll'l1its0n, 11111 111. j. ....... 10 ll'Ili1l' Radio and Tl' .... 285 Il'icl1ers' Portrait Studio ...,.,,....., 280, 296 Wickershain, Lloyd ....... 202 l1'icIigr111, Mr. ,lack ......, 139, 146, 147 xv1C1'11l21ll, Linda ...,.. 89, 202 Wiernian, Roberta ....... 226 Wikslen, Dare ......,.... 226 l1f'ik.stz'11 and Dickson, 11I.IJ. ...........,...,.. 300 Wilcox, Michael . ,..,.... 230 Wilde, Annis .......,. 70, 235 Wilclernian, Sharon ...... 226 XYiltls, Lintlzt .,.,..,.. 49, 202 XN'iley, Judy . , ,302 49, 202, 278 1Yilke, Kenneth ..,... 35, 226 1Yilkerson, Beverly, .50, 91, 202 Wilkes, Nan ..6'l, 73, 228, 237 Wilkinson, SHIHIIIYC 1.011 N226 XYillet1, Butch ,,......... 232 M'illian1s, Bennie ,.. .... 226 Williams, Billy .. .... 203 M'illian1s, Bonnie .. , .... 202 Williams, Brenda .. .... 237 Williams, Helen ... ..., 202 Williams, Marjorie ....... 234 Williams, Mary ..., ..., 2 36 5l'llll2ll11S, Michael ........ 233 XVillian1s W'i1liams Williams 1I'iIliams Williams 1Villia1 n W'il1sey, XVilson, M'i1son, XVilson, XVi1son, XVilson, 1 1 1 1 y Rachel .. Roger .. Ronald . Mr. Vance Vivian .. Williamson, Delores son, Verna Howard .. Delores .. Diane . . . Donald .. Doris . . . Kenny ,... . .... 23:1 .......227 .......227 .......22 ...,29, 53, 1'.1113' Lillie ..... Mike ...... 46,' 94, 99,,115, Sue ...37, 56, 181, XVin1s, Carolyn ...,, XVingate, Greg. .70, 73, 204, .237, XVilson, 1Vi1s0n, Wilson, XVinkelman, Rita Winkler, Linda .......... Winslow, Jacque ......... Winterburg, Mary .112, W'isegarver, Janice ....... W'isler, Ginny .... 53, 54, W'itcher, Lynda ..... Witts, Robert ...... VVoerner, Sherry ..76, Ellen ............. 201, 50, 233 202 227 227 202 227 227 227 229 202 97 202 202 202 227 271 202 227 233 202 227 232 227 202 Wol ewelr f 1 y ............ Wolfe, Mrs. Fayeben ...... 1Volfe, Linda ......... f. . .22 Wolfe, Lewis ........ 121, 202 227 226 Wolfe's Camera Shop Wolfe, Mr. Walter D. ..... 22 Wolfgang, Penelope Wolfgast, Cherie .......... Wollen, Carol ........... 202 Womack, Jacqueline 304 Wood, Bob .....,........ 227 Wood, Nancy .... 56, 175, 203 W'00d, Neil ........ 26, 75, 94, l11,189, 199,201,203 Wood, Vaughn Eugene ...237 Woodburn, Mrs. Naomi ...23 Hloodrum, Diann W'oods, David ..... 35, 53, 203 WVoods, Donald .......... 232 XVo0ds, Lewis ............ 232 Wvvma, faux -66,1-gag r' 295 Woods, Oscar ......... 58, 203 WHEN Broadcasting Co. ..292 Young, Gerry ,...., 35, 53, 229 Woods, Ronald ......... 236 Wrenick, Dale ..30, 53, 55, 94, Young, Mr. jack ....... 22, 63 Woods, Sandra ...,.... 49 227 199, 203 Young, Leveria . . . . . . .237 Woodson, Howard ...l6l, 227 Wrenick, Rudy ...53, 147, 233 Young, Kay ...... ...203 ..... Woodward, Mrs. Edith ... .22 Wrestling ............166-167 Young, Richard ,. ...227 Xvoodgvard, Linda ,,,., 93 227 Wright, Robert ...... 73, 161, Youngquist, Miss . . . . . .237 Woodward, Mary ....... 230 227, 285 EIUUCK .- - - . . - - .. -H22, 66 237 Woodwartlz, Ray, D.D.S.. 300 WYTUOTC, Joyce ----.----- 232 YOUTH, Mildred - - --.4.- 203 lVo0dy, John. .58, 139, 227 281 NYUIH' 511075, ------.4-- 32-33 Um wooiiard, Esther ......49 227 Y Youth For Christ ... . . . .120 Woolridge, Larry ..... 61, 139, ya,-,-g,f,gw,,, Vic, Y'TFfH5 '-.-.---- --.- 1 13 ' 145, 152, 155, 227 Oldsmobile F ........... 291 Z Woolwortlfs ............ 268 Yea er, Sharon ..... 227 Y , , . 1Vooster, Dianne ........ 227 Yeager, Susan 221, 236 Lakin' karen """ 26i5756' 2285 Hvorkman, Alfred ....... 221 Yenkey, Albert IIII' 227 Zappa, John ' D A ' I t U I U l I .227 11 orkman, Carolyn ....... 231 YCWQ11, Janet ,,,,,,,,.,,. 227 Zappa, Tom "...'.'...- 304 ........227 WOfkII13Ul Ch21f1C5 ----581 205' Yocum Karen .....227 Zenter. joe ......,....5O, 203 XX orkman, Kathleen ...... 221 yocum Robert IIAI, 231 Zick, Eta .-'.'-- 46, 76, 80, 81, World Staff ............ 88-89 Young, Albert ..... 227 113, 203 Worthington, Robert ..77, 203 Young, Betty ..... 42, 203 Zimmerman, Judy ........ 227 sd ' ' -4,laloocz4,4.6Vrv 0L6o6,,,!e4.hwa. sal! -,Lb fa'-5 9f'?4'6-'I 9445-0229152 -tc.,-4441.16 0'-110649 Oaaamtd C35-2 Thank You--Thank T0u-- -pf ,Za . I-IESE TWO SIMPLE words do not amply convey the sincere gratitude that the staff and adviser of the 1960 SUNFLOWER wish to express to all who have helped with the book's publication. The hours spent on overtime work may seem to lie forgotten at the bottom of a pile of dusty memories, but those of us who have watched the book take shape, have seen the hours come and go and have been lost in the details of editing, remember all those whose helping hands have been offered. Therefore, we say thank you to everyone-to the faculty for their cooperation during picture taking timesg to Mr. Blevans and the Trade School personnelg to Mr. H. V. Lyle for special photographyg to Charles Mesigh, '59 for pictures of the school playsg to our publishers for their much appreciated technical advice and professional interest in our effortsg and last but not least, to each member on the staff and the school photographers for many months of close attention to details and esprit de corps. Je We hope that the 1960 SUNFLOXNER gives a complete record of a happy yearg and that its color, style, art work, and careful inclusion of all school activi- ties pleases every reader, not only for this year but for many years to come. --The Stajj' V, may 9111109 Y 5 w 2 Q uay 5 'L x rv E' .9 3 3 1, J is Q Q e 4 o N its 1 5S0U5xx 'S c ROLL 74. is 315 FOR THREE YEARS and more now, we have seen The Tower, Not as passers-by, but as those who live under it Five days a week. We have seen it in all lights: In the breathless half-silver of early morning And in the rich gold of a late fall afternoon. We have seen it against skies black with storms l ANT-no longer does :ate carving on the r the main door wel- to the beloved Halls U. . W, 'except as alumni and guests. Instead, the words become a challenge as we leave Topeka High School, and a greeting as we enter the Wide, Wide World. And skies of deep, calm blue. EN AVANT- We have seen it half obscured by fog And whitened by swirling snow. 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Hskfu WWW M w Promise of Things to Come KEYED UP for things to come, Troy's 1961 graduates took a step into the future and pre- sented the handsome Bellamy Award plaque as their parting gift. Along with the symbolic flag, here held by Senator Carlson, Senator Schoep- pel, and Representative Avery on the day it flew over the Nations Capitol, it will become a per- manent link in Topeka High SChool's chain of traditions. It will be officially unveiled on Bellamy Day, October 13, 1961. Second Honors SHARON RUTH ANDERSON BEVERLY LYN BAILEY BARBARA LOUISE KIBLER KAY MARLENE WALLIS JOSEPH BENJAMIN ANDERSON SHERRY LEE AVIS DAVID LEON BELLER JOYCE AUDINE BONTO CARLA BOWMAN BARBARA ANN COOPER KATHLEEN CLAWSON CROTHERS KAPANNA WONG DAVIS NANCY SUE DI'I'I'EMORE MARILYN JOY DUERRE SONNA KAY EDWARDS LINDA GRACE ELLIOTT Arkansas City Junior College Athledc Scholarship John Nunley larry Dean Woolridge Califomia Institute of Technology Freshman Scholarship Gary Walter Scott Central United Presbyterian Church Scholarship Barbara Ann Bennett Elizabeth Ann NlcKown Cenn-al College Freshman Scholarship Carl Edward Bartley College of Emporia Freshman Scholarship Martha Virginia Beard Colored Womens Council of Clubs Scholarship Sophia Melinda Sawyer Elk Foundation Scholarship Janice Kay Seagravcs Grinnell College Honor Scholarship Cavlon Rav Umbarger Hastings College Freshman Scholarship Joyce Audine Bonto Illinois Institute ol' Technology Tuition Scholarship Gary Walter Scott Kansas State University Athletic Scholarship Michael Gale Shinn Frontier Chemical Company Scholarship Edward Moore McConnell General Motors Scholarship Stephen Douglas Nelson Putnam Scholarship Stephen Douglas Nelson Alan Reid Smith Malone Educational Foundation Scholarship Joseph Benjamin Anderson Loretta Yvonne Lewis Sophia Melinda Sawyer Marymount College Music Scholarship Patricia Jeanne Kennedy 2 Honor Roll First Honors Third Hgngry PATRICK LOUIS BAUDE JOHN PATTERSON ATKINSON JUDITH ANNE BODENHAUSEN JANE ALICE SCHENDEL SUSAN MAY EBEL GARY WALTER SCOTT KATHERINE LEE HALL ALAN REID SMITH STEPHEN DOUGLAS NELSON ELIZABETH FINK GWENDOLYN FERNE FISHER KENT HARGROVE FREELAND MARSHA SUE GARDNER JAMES SHERWOOD GIBSON JIOHNJOSEPH HARMON IOLA MAY HARRISON ALLAYJEANNE HOWE MAR GRACE HULSE META LYNNE LIEURANCE With Honors MELVILLE SCO'I'I' LINSCOTTJR. LINDA FAE McCALL ELIZABETH ANN MCKOWN MARIJORIE BELL McWILLlAMS RAL H WILLIAM MUXLOW Il DALE RALPH OLDHAM MARCIA RAE OROKE NADIA RAMZY LINDA SUE SANDERSON ROYCE ADELL SCOFIELD Scholarshzlb Awards Michigan State University Fres man Scholarship Judith Anne Bodenhausen Naval Reserve Oflicers Training Corps Scholarship University of Kansas Athletic Scholarship John Patterson Atkinson Uavid Eldon Crandall Bany Grant McGrath Michael Gale Shinn Larry Neil Koppt-nhaver National Merit Foundation Scholarship Patrick Louis Baude Cerdficate of Merit David Leon Bell:-r Jriildith Anne Bodenhausen eodore Edward Bower Ill Gary Walter Scott Panhellenic Scholarship Sharon Ruth Anderson Beverly Lyn Bailey Jayne Audine Bonto thleen Anne Clifton Linda Fae McCall Elizabeth Anne McKown Marcia Rae Oroke Virginia Lynne Wisler Peabody Conservatory ol' Music Freshman Scholarship Patricia Jeanne Kennedy Quill 84 Scroll Memorial Scholarship Kent H. Freeland Ripon College orensic Scholarship Nancy J3 Egy Ralph illiam Muxlow ll Na ia Ramzy Rochester University Eastman School of Music Scholarship Joseph Russell Klugg Stanford University Honor Scholarshi David Leon Bcllaer Stcrlin College Acadgemic Schularshi Forensic Scholarslgip Ralph William uxlow II Honor Scholarship David Leon Heller Barbara Louise Kibler Melville Scott Linscott Jr. Nadia Ramzy Kenneth Malcolm VVilke Mens Scholarship Hall Joseph Benjamin Anderson Lewis Arnold Bcrey Ralph William Muxlow Cars' Wzilter Scot! Oscar Stauffer Journalism Roy Franklin Miller Linda Dale Ward Tuition Terry Joel Lvnch Elizabeth M. Watkins Judith Anne Bodenhausen Susan Mas Ebel University of Kansas City Tuition Scholarship Lewis Amold Berey University of Oregon Freshman Scho arship Judith Anne Bodenhausen University of Wichita Gore Elect Scholarship Katherine Lee Hall Vocational Rehabilitation Scholarship Marcia Helen Berggren Marvin Dale Kuehn Cary Dale Weir Elizabeth Ann Mc Kown Ministerial Scholarship Barbara Ann Benn:-tt Ttzpeka Teachers ssociation Scholarship Beverl Lvn Bailev Y , . Judith Anne Bodenhausen University of Chicago Freshman Scholarship Jane Alice Schendel Washbimi University Competitive Scholarship Lois Patricia Casey Kent H. Freeland George Wayne Knowles Kaaren Elyse Luetje Kay Marlene Wallis Honor Scholarship Beverly Lyn Bailey Nancy Sue Dittemore Linda Grace Elliott Meta Lynn Lieurance CHERLYN DARLEEN SECKINGER JAMES ROBERT SHARP ROSEMARY SKINNER CAROL ANN STROBEL GWENDOLYN KAY SUFFRON DAVID PRESCOTT THOMPSON LINDA DALE WARD DANIEL EVERETI' WARNER MARGUERITE WELLS KENNETH MALCOLM WILKE VIRGINIA LYNNE WISLER Linda Fae McCall Marjorie Belle McWilliams Ralph William Muxlow Dale Ralph Oldham Marcia Rae Omke Linda Sue Sanderson Cheryln Darlene Seckinger Virginia Lynne Wisler Scholarships Alice Louise Adell Sherry Lee Avis Lewis Amold Berey Jane Hosford Boynton Jpdith Anita Branham arold Glendon Brown Karen Kay Brune Melva Kay Burd Margaret Kay Burnett Cheryl Sue Chellis Bay Irvine Chotlos Kathleen Anne Clifton Penelope Ann Comfort Rinda Ann Coon Carol Ann C00 r Aaron Eugene Iixvis Ka anna Wong Davis William Wayne Davis Edward Lee DeLong Jgiiith Ann Dixon naze Ann Dowling Mary Louise Edmundson Martha Louise Faust John Maxey Fly Judith Kay Gibeson Susan Lynn Hershey Jean Ann Kesler Bonita Jean Knight Marvin Dale Kuehn Jrames Robert Lemons erry Joel Lynch Barry Grant McGrath Linda Jo McEntirc Deanna Sue Phelon Carol Anne Plant Lois Ann Reed Janice Kay Seagraves Sharon Lee Valentine Rita Faye Winkelman Grants in Aid John LeRoy Bryant ra Dennis Hawver Loyce Ann Larson Loretta Yvonne Lewis James Howard Lon Stuart Lynn McCal? Jeri Lynn Miller John Marvin Nelson Ann Katherine Papin Sophia Melinda Sawyer Marilyn Ann Taylor Robert Ronald Tippit Athletic Scholarship John Patterson Atkinson vw xy'-, gg-.1 111f'Q 4"'5is 1 13 121 T4 4 , . .,,,L, 2 W ig' K v.i9,,c1, ,,AV veg J 4 AW 15 ,mr X' 4,-'. .,.,Y.,-..eg 1 m,,h 1' -P , . h 'f' 'V , I - ' 14, ' .' 'i ,, 'NF' ,. ' h 'Zyl 1 1 sega1iT11r f- 1 . f ' 1 1 ' EYES to the from and El milcstone reached. 4 ' ' . ' ,X , , -Q' , .v- . ,Ag A.M..Ap HJ - 1 '.-1 5 "rw A ' I. X ,. AJ : Q 1 ,f W A 5:1 . A YW 15, 1 5... ,Sh-,t-. 1 A 41431 A . ff i Q' V I 'si l k ii 1 in ' , 11111 1, 1961 in ' "' ' 1 PROGRAM .Hoon linwl-6:,'f0 jun. NVENDEL R. GODXVIN, Sufzzrxnlmdfnl ufSchor1I,s, Presiding PRELUDE Selections.. . . . . The 'I'mjun Band DAISY CHAIN PROCESSION.-U. "l'riumphal March" . , Grieg SENIOR PROCESSIONAL "Pump and Klirvumstanccn . . . ,. Elgar RICHARD GAYHART, Orgumll "THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER" , . My JAMES 111411145 INYOCATION . . CHORAL RESPONSE "Serra Arnrni' ANTHEM "Land ul' llope and Glory' 'lThe Kansas Storyw ,.,,.. THF CONHWENCETWENT ADDRESS "ln These ffliallenqinq Times" PRESENTATION OF THE CLASS PRESEN'l'A'I'lON OF TDIPLOMAS SCHOOL SONG, .. BENEDICTION ., CHORLQS Rc-xx George l.. llammnnd .llmn111 111171111 lf11f111i1 C.'!mr1l1 l11l111r1 1511111 1 1 '1 11111 Mr. Oscar S. Slziullbx Mfrxderil, Slrmffkr Publ1r111mn,x Principal li. B. YY:-zivi-r Nir. Merrill H Wcrts Prmdml, Board qfEdum1111n Nlr. Dale Buchanan '11-1- P1111111111, 111111111 111 1f1111111111111 . Class of llltil Rex' lfrnesl F Tunwin .Unuvln 11j'F1vvl Lulhzmn ffhizrfh TYVO by two, junior lovclies march in --W1 , 1.-...-.........................-.... fgkl if.l 1 3. I - 1 4-'fi 3 Qi Xi? 'x THE COLOR :ind gaicty of spring gardens is the perfect foil for grey-gowncd seniors. A SIP of cool water refreshes DRESSED for comfort at rehearsal, Miss Alcy and Miss Nvhceler. Mr, YVenvcr checks his program. 2 is -f in ' 'M ..,. L V in , .' , A si he A ' isi -- A s . Y. 5 f- iw f - , ,F ' nv M7 , Q 5 in W i rfiaf ag ., YQ ,, 1,3 .. ff 1 5, ,,2""'w 1' '32 ,, X' ' ' ' V K A ,,. K' My MG Q , , f g,,. " ' Y fi' , I 4 Q f"!'fxL EARLY in line, jack Spencer turns in his fake for a real diploma from Mrs. Woodburn and Mr. Hill. Gma'uatz'0n Skies, High Spirits in 'Perfect Night' THERE IS "nothing so rare as a day in June" if that day happens to be high school graduation. Fol- lowing a morning of grade cards and yearbook sign- ing and a rehearsal in brilliant sunshine, 702 stu- dents received diplomas, including four veterans, seven specials, and nine from the adult evening school. The stadium was crowded with proud and happy parents and friends while the grassy slopes of Moore Bowl were nearly filled with townspeople eager to get their annual glimpse of one of the Midwest's most impressive pageants. As a finale to the twelve years of public schooling in the American Mfay, the entire two-and-a-half hour program from the orchestra Prelude to the gay abandon of dismissal, was a series of highlights. "Pump and Circumstanceu accompanied the more than two hundred junior daisy chain girls who formed the aisle for the robed and cowled faculty and administrators, and finally the graduates. Greeted, praised, admonished, challenged, and re- warded, each received his diploma with a sense of pride and an inward awareness of his responsibilities. A LINE forms as Mr. Madl serves cokes at the post-graduation reception sponsored by class officers. 5 ii K KVVVVVVVL K V K 3. LAST performance-Eric Jackson, Ann Fetter. PROGRAINI Munirzjm! A udzlorium-3.'30 pm, ERNEST B. WEAVER, Principal, Presiding PRELUDE. .. . .. . . . THS Orchestra PROCESSIONAL ..., , "Pomp and Circumstanreu INVOCATION . , ......... Rev. Vernon NV. Becker Highland Pmlt Mrlhndivl Church CHORAL RESPONSE ,.,. ,..,... C Iombincd Choirs HYMN. . .... ...... . . . . .,., ."Amznru, Ihr Bmzifijiiln SCRIPTURE READING ,... . . Rev. Ned Burr McKennev ANTHEM, -'Hai LW: and ry'Ha,rlr" CLASS SERMON . ..,. . BENEDICTION. . . . 6 Cenlml Clnzlqrrlgaiznnnl Church . , , . . Combined Choirs . . . .Rev. Robert R. Crothers Fzrxl Pm'hv2m'an C hurrh . . . .Rexx Il. E. Foster Prvzlamrml Gmrr Tabefnarlr FIRST steps to graduation, led by junior ushers. Veslbers Joint Religious Program Draws Schools Closer IN AN ATTEMPT to join more closely the climax- ing events in the lives ol' Topeka's high school graduates, Board of Education members made a trial run of unification with the traditional bacca- laureate ceremonies May 28 in the Municipal Auditorium. Although the more intimate Sunday afternoon event, held in Hoehner Auditorium and followed by a parents' reception, was regretted by tradition- loving Trojans, the l96l version had a "Greater Topeka" atmosphere. The dignified line of march with Highland Park's 200-plus graduates and To- peka High's 700 grey-robed seniors gave the city's largest gathering place an authentic academic air. The class sermon emphasized the spiritual chal- lenge facing today's youth in a world of unrest where the need for humanistic understanding must balance man's rapid exploration into outer space. Presiding .......,. . , .Principal Wfnvev' Choir Dirzfcfm' ..... ........... M r. Fly Orchestra Director .... .... M 11 Hallman Platform Cu1'sl.s... .... THS and HP Ariministratorx "ALIIS Exempluin-An Example to Others." Marvin, Andrea, Sara, Bev, Dave, Liz, John, and joe Most Honored Seniors NOMINATED by the faculty on the basis ol' personality, intelligence, ability to adjust to Changing Circumstances, and willingness to explore new fields, these eight were tapped by their fellow classmates on the additional basis of popularity and soeiability. JOE ANDERSON QIOIIN ATKINSON BEV. BAILEY DAVE CRANDALI, SARA DAVIS LIZ FINK ANDREA GRESSER MARVIN KUEHN UTRQIANS Today-Leaders Tomorrow." Front Row: Kent Freeland, Marvin Kuehn. Lynne Lieurance, Bev. Bailey, Mlendy Fisher, Nancy Egy. Sara Davis, Liz Fink, Judy Bodenhausen. Andrea Cresscr. Roni 2: Ralph Muxlow, Mike Shinn, Dave Crandall, Susan Ebel, Jane Schendel, jim Parks, John Atkinson, Aloe Anderson, Gary Scott, Dave Thompson 7 "In BEHALF of the school , . Mr. XNcaver accepts the Seniors' gift just announced by President Greg Wingate. PROGRAM Honored Guesl.v!Claxs M1911 PROCESSIONAL . .. PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT. . . .,., . .. ACCEPTANCE OF GIFT ..,. HHADES-2000" . . .,., FAREWELL ADDRESS . , ,. CLASS SONG. . , , . RECESSIONAL .,.. . .. . ,Organ .Greg VVinga!e R ,Mr. VVeaver , The Cast alph Muxlow .Class of 1961 , . . . .Organ MASTERS of rhythm, Joe Klugg and John Milliken "swing out." 8 Class Day Great Dayof Nostalgia Reviews Years at Troy THE OLD and favorite theme of "Heaven versus Hell" took on a new twist May 19 when the Great Class of '61 showed its imaginative spirit and looked ahead to the year 2000. Having then been uncon- cerned for nearly half a century of simmering and sizzling, the homesick and suddenly reformed refugees from Under the Tower petitioned their Satanic Master for release and a transfer to cooler and more comfortable climes. To prove their sincerity of purpose, the leaders called on members whose talents upheld their con- tention that their Class had been the BEST. VVith tail dragging and horns wilted, the Old Fellow finally admitted that Hades-2000 was no place for such outstanding THS graduates. Full of sentiment, the traditional presentation of a class gift, the farewell address, and Class song were up-to-date demonstrations to the special 50-year guests, graduates of 1911, that Troy remains the same at heart though times and customs change. "WITH snacks or meals, beans or chccsc .... " Preston Hoyt and Tom Magcrkurth "take off" ll 'I'V commcrcizil. .Xa Q, 5 QQ: ff ssl? jf IL' 'N 55' Q. QMQJ' "SECOND chance, huh!" llcvil Hzxwvcr and his impish supporters, Linda Light. Wendy Fislmer, arc skeptical about reasons for Uguing buck up there." "THESE were Lhc days," Words of lllllll upprccialliml and remiuiscencc flavor Ralph Muxlow's "Farewell to 'I'1'oy." 9 "FROM a whippoorwill . . Sally Lauterhach entertains the crowd in high-lonccl nightclub style. 10 WAITING cues, program rehearsal is watchccl hy Loic Stone, Karen Seinmeycr, Pam Nelson. "HELPll' Hllll save hcrf' shouts thc big hero, Don Grimes. Lois Stone is his lady love. Richard Shun thc villain. 01,7 N W, -W t fi' M x Nm.:- IHROIIGH the lovely rose hower, 'loin Magcrkurtli escorts Mary Kay Perry for eil' first dance. unior-Senior Prom Showbouf's CI, Comin' Keynofes Annual Fefe DOCKING the Showboat for the Troy Cotillion. the l96l Prom-goers descended for an evening ol' easy living and pleasing entertainment. The billow- ing ballroom set a mood of languid elegance with its sparkling fountain and crystal chandeliers. And only as far away as the rose-covered archway was the casino, complete with souvenir cards and roulette wheels. Melodrama-as melodramatic as it could come! made the Prom program an unique success. River- boat guests on stage and in the audience were en- tertained with tlie lively tempo ol' song and dance and the clever routine of animated puppets. Receiving graciously, hosts and hostesses guided their guests through a successful party. Seniors and -Iuniors alike admitted that their evening at the Troy Cotillion was a charming one, a la sentiment and Southern hospitality. ALL SMILES, social chairman Judy Cook, class sponsor Mrs. Bartlow. and Principal and Mrs. Vkleaver greet the guests. ,K mf! tv sf ll ,im-L... 3,1 1 s.Ji.,rewi-vm, be-ii.. s 4 W, sf gs v J V gi' - ' f 1 Q. .,,,Q-. . .1 Honor- T Holding Points in Line of Recognitions REVISED and revived, Trov's honor system emerged this year with important changes aimed at equal point distribution. Of the minimum 22 points, at least I2 had to come from grades while the remain- ing spanned the whole field of activities. As Student Council.hoped, the revision tightened the require- ments and heightened the honor proving that "Honor is as honor does." Yveeks of filing, evaluating, conferring, and tab- ulating culminated in the annual assembly May 8 where 2l7 Trojans received recognition for their outside work on school-sponsored projects. Stars of the show were the nine All-Times who repre- sented the top ten percent who received Honor-T's with at least 30 points, Three received the coveted award for the second year. Student Council "adopted" the Honor-T system as a major project for 1960-GI. From the response and enthusiasm shown by applicants, officers feel that steps have been taken to increase the "honor". Sponsor . . . . . Hlflr. Johnson l 2 i 42534 ' 'r?i'if - liii e. it I HONOR-T'S take the spotlight. TRACKING down elusive points took concerted ' efforts of next vear's secretary, Beth Beamer: Ginger Elliott, who learned the ropes for West: Mademoiselle Secretary herself, Mfendy Fisher. Y MK ,Z 'ww-rf f I fat. i l l 1 Alice Adell David Alexander Charles Allen Sherry Avis Tawney Baxter Beth Beamer Tom Blakely Judy Bodenhausen Kirthen Brosamer Sherry Buchanan Janice Carter Pat Casey Nancy Dittemore Susan Ebel Allan Eherhart Mary Edmundson Ginger Elliott Martha Fly Ben Franklin Sarah French Marry Dee Gentry Jim Goodman Martha Guild Kathie Hall Mary Halloran Dan Hathaway HONOR-T RECIPIENTS Lea I-Iirschberg Carolyn Houseworth Jeanne Howe Nancy Jones Shirley Jones Barbie Kibler Karen Kilker Bonnie Knight Gail Levin Beverly Lewey Lynne Lieurance Scott Linscott John Lord Jean Loughmiller Carol Lyon Terry Maupin Linda McCall Kathy McClure Karla McFarland Kathy McKee Karen McMillin David McMurray Mary Jean Mellinger Marty Mettner Susie Miller Marty Mills 1960-l96l AWARDS ALL TIM ES ....,........... . .... . HON OR-T's ........,........ HONORABLE MENTIONS :. Ralph Muxlow Steve Nelson Steve Norsworthy Marcia Oroke Linda Pape Ann Papin Betsey Pcarman Sally Potter Lois Reed Dinah Rice Pam Rouse Sidney Rowland Gary Scott Wanda Scott Karen Sims Alan Smith John Taylor Dave Thompson Kay Wlallis Linda W'ard Margot XVells Marilyn YVest Vivian Hlilliams Ginny Wlisler Penny Wlolffgang ALL-TIMERS rally round the veranda to gloat over re wards. Front Row: Kathy Clifton, Andrea Grcsser, Bev Bailey, Wendy Fisher, Kathy Crothers. Row 2: John At- kinson, Joe Anderson, Kathy Crothers, Marvin Kuehn I3 .. -. .tt . 'w' 1 1 v Loi' CAUGHT! Lady Bracknell's appearance interrupts Jaclds proposal to Gwencloline. Lane, . . , . , . Algernon Moncrieff. jack Worthing. , , . Lady Bracknell , . Gwcndoline lfaiffax. . iwfiss Prisml ,... . Cecily Cardcw . . . , Rev. Canon Chasuble Merriman . . . Director , Assistant Director Properties. , . DD. CAST STAFF Craig Stanclifft' , Joe Klngg Allan Hazlt-tt . jane Schcndt-l ,Sherry Buchanan , .. Wfcnciy lfislicr . .Candice Christcnst in Carla Dan lfatluiway Richard Shutt Elizabeth Fink . . , .Caroline Greer Bowman, Chairman Patty Dittemorc. Sarah French, Carol Lynn, Barbara Michel. Margie Mills. Sandi' Nelson, Rosctnatv Skinner, Lois Stonc. Marx XY:in.uuakcr Costumes . ............. , Kathy Clifton. flhnirnian Nfartha Beardhlo Annf' Davis,Jack Hcnth,.juanna Huffman, Susie Mill:-r, Virginia Nolun. Sharon Rake, Dinah Lcc Rice, Connie Sloop Stage Manager, , . . . . . . , , . . , . . Robert Swatzell Lights. . . , ..., , . . . , . , . , . Pete Strotnquist Crew. . ,. .... . , . . . , Marcia Dozict-,ljaclt lleath. Toni Judy. Bonnie Knight, Bill Reed, Elsa Sangalli, B V Klan Shultz, Robert Wcbb, Mary XN'oodward,-Ioyjc Yytparc usmess anagcr ...... .. . . ...., . . ac' . 1 er Assistant Business Manager. , . , . . , . . , . .John Grantham Publicity. . , . . . .,...... , ...,,. Ann Fcttcr, Chairman. Janelle Gilbert, Ann Papin. Steve Norsworthy, Linda Wfartf Faculty Director . . , , Miss Herrick Assistant. . . . , . . Miss VVheeler 'I4 'The Importance 0 Being Earnest' 90's Shows Mixup Foibles of Plush Era THE ARTIFICIALITY of an artificial era pro- vided the audience with new areas of humor and viewing, and gave the cast the unique challenge of reversing the expected reactions of normal persons to normal situations. Almost all of the techniques of present-day good acting were contradicted in making The Importance of Being Earnest an enjoy- able farce about a stilted society. Love was presented in an irregular manner and involved mass confusion. Gwendolyn, a city girl, and Cecily, a country lass, both cherished the Ugirlish dream of marrying a man by the name of Ernest. Therefore -lack and Algy found "Being Earnestl' of great importance. To be "Ernest" with an "earnest" aspect, fraud and impersonation were inevitably employed, artlessly believed, and just as inevitably exposed. Authentic costumes, Victorian settings, melodra- matic gestures, and affected speech restored the atmosphere of the Gay Nineties. In short, the last play of the year was a refreshingly different styliza- tion with thc authenticity of a pretentious period. WHERE IS that baby! Gwcndoline, jack, Dr. Chausable, Cecily, Al- gy, Miss Prism, and Lady Bracknell. "LADY BRACKNEI,L," announces lNIerriman, but Algy and Cecily, jack and Gwenclulinc are too preoccupied with rccmmilialimis to notice-or care. "MR ERNEST WORTHINGTON," announces Lane, Algy has not yet discovcrerl that his "I H'll.L sec you. no douht, at cvensong?" Dr. glltsl is 'llixncsl in luwn :tml ,luck in the Clmilszihle attempts to disguise his motive country," for frequent calls on Miss Prism and Cecily. T 'c f' Wim l Vx A :ty we rex fjlzlfs.. . . ss., . 'Y K ' ... fs-f , SQL'INTY-eyed. John Stinson sights the ci InvitationalAHighland Park Invitational-junction City Highland Park Triangular-H. Park, Manhattan Invitational-Salina Wyndotte Invitational-Shawnee Mission E. .G0!f i'Capture State in '6'I' ffTees Off Banner Year TRO-IAN golfers avenged last year's play-off loss to Hutchinson by winning the l96l state champion- ship in four-man competition by a comfortable margin. Scott Linscott, Bay Chotlos, Bill McDonald, and llohn Stinson comprised the foursome which capped a highly professional season with a state trophy at the XVichita playoff. Team members managed to make a good show- ing in every one of their outings. In addition to the state meet, Coach Laney's linksmen posted victories at inyitationals held at Highland Park, Junction City, Salina, and Shawnee Mission East. Titles also fell their way in Sunflower League Competition and at the Regionals. The two-man team won its first eleven meets before bowing to Pem Day and drop- ping to sixth in the Regionals. Although a number of this year's golfers are underclassmen, prospects for next spring are dimmed befause several, including McDonald, will play for Topeka YVest. 'P Conch . . , ..... Mr. Laney SCOREBOARD 2-Man 4-Man 2-Man 4-Man 2 '-'fashington 1 l Shawnee Mission North l l League Meet-Topeka I l Pembroke Country Day 2 l Regionals-WVichita 6 l State-Salina - l OPTIMISM and ability stamp squad members. Frmil Row: Bill McDonald, Tom Stephenson. and john Stinson. Row 2: .lim Gibson, Bay Chotlos, Scott Linscott, john Stone, and Denny Payne. BACKl'lANl7 technique wins for john Grantham. THS 11 lst 9 5 9 9 8 9 9 9 6 10 SCOREBOARD OPP. Highland Park 1 Manhattan Invitational 0 Shawnee Mission North 0 Winfield 4 Shawnee Mission East 0 YVashington 0 Shawnee Mission East l Shawnee Mission North 0 Wvyandotte 0 0 3 Washington Pembroke Country Day Sunflower League Meet 0 Regionals-lst and 2nd in Singles lst in Doubles State-lst and 3rd in Singles Cl-IASED up a tree is Barry McGrath. Standin Alan Smith ohn Grantham I I . v J l Sifling: John Lord and Gale Howard. Tennis Dominance Reveals QChampionship Caliber XVITI-I TVVO of the top players in the Midwest area, Troy's tennis squad rolled over all its foes to bring home the second consecutive state champion- ship. Over all, the netters have not tasted defeat for 27 outings. Coach Mel Villeme had plenty of talent to choose from. John Grantham avenged his only loss of the year in the state finals by turning back Salina's Lance Burr and becoming a two-time champion. Close on his heels, Barry McGrath came away with a third in state singles play. The doubles team of Alan Smith and john Lord captured the top spot in the regionals but lost out in the first round of the state meet at llfinfield. Prospects for next spring continue bright with graduation taking only McGrath and Smith and leaving junior lettermen Grantham and Lord and sophomores Bill lVillia1ns and Gale Howard. Coach .... Mel Villenm 17 PERFECI' form lets Mike Shinn pull to first place in the City Relays. Track Seven Firsts Highlight Weather-Fufed Season POXVERED by sprinters and jumpers and backed by an unusually large number of fleet-footed sopho- mores, Troy's thinclads raced through a highly suc- cessful season but emerged as the state's number four team. The initial drop to fourth in the early Indoor Meet was the bounce that led to the mid- season boom despite rain and chill and a disap- pointing windup. Several fine individual performances added spice to the seasons record. Senior Bill Bradford set a school mark in the javelin early in the year, and the LH0-yard relay team snared a title at the Kansas Relays where scores were not recorded. -loel Lawson, Dave Crandall, Andy Xllilliams, and Bill Harris stepped oll a state record ol 1128.7 in the 880-yard relay. Even with these top showings, Troy was held to one state championship: Buddy Wfitts and ,lohn Nunley tied in the high jump at 6'3.5". Harris managed to place second in the l00-yard dashg Art Lewis was filth in the broad jumpg and the 880 runners nailed fourth. Conch .... D, I.. "Heavy" Erwin 18 STATE Champion Buddy Witts clears the bar 1 'M SCOREBOARD 'P f State Indoor Fourth Quadrangular First Washington, Sumner, SM-East Topeka Relays First Emporia Relays First Shawnee Mission North Second K. U, Relays No team scores Highland Park First Baker Relays First Sunflower League Meet Third City Meet First Regionals-WVichita First State-Manhattan Fourth cw ,ua if 5 A ,, , ,r.s X 5 . ,. i "I'M GONNA Catch that guy!" Dave Cfllllllllll pumps HBETTER squad and individual per- up 21 boiler of steam in his forte, the 100-yard dash. f0I'lll21l'lCCSu fCoach Erwin's creed. 19 35 e ,..-4:11 '-uv' ug .......-nsln-n-- Hifi' 'L A 1 ., A, EI ,. 870. NHQ-""'i3aAa. - q ,. z'4'v'f'i'5' A -v -.,, fig, ! CRIMACINC, joe Phillips takes a baton pass from joel I,z1wsun. ROUNDINC za curve, Delbert jenkins pounds the Cinder trail for the Trojan thinclads. gm: ii 20 xv-M ,X A, ,, Y 4 I .5 Q , . M W W ,Q V. m5,,w,,. , ,, Yr AIRBORNE. Arthur Lewis goes up for a bigger and better '61 record. Q 1 x P L i L I Y T 'if W i ,- .. - .. - A, 4 ,Ji i , "M TV s Q ws sammy, s s f vig,--u , Iii. ,jg , , K- f-viffl, ".:f'ii:iE1::", .,'2'lli:' YJ4- - ' ,, st, ify, ,im ad, iw Z 64 seas!!! A. in si is !s:14wv's., frewsgrgzzeas Q Q 'pw "'Lflff??' ?5i3ifE9iii3fi K L sr as , .,,..,,.XA.,,. Q , . ' K ,z"ZigEi':St3f'f-vs. fe - i lwsiiLf:H1ff':L!5 , , ,,s,,,r,as,s1-.1 f.:.f ,Ms , ,-ff .wxufx-'si' . - 1, as f-wfwmz fa . ! ! s !! e ' i 5 i . . ! if cect yyygggyggyygcg ygyyy c 7 ri! .san M A g Z 1Q ggyy . . ..yy.g i R y if! - me every f .c g y g WM. H. AVIRY ll! Dlfhcf. Ki! anmrrnn- IIYQYAYI AIU F11 Clin! IUMA. Dii Danse at Bzpnsmtatihci luiifilwflf D. C. my 13, 1960 Mr. E. B. Weaver 1 I Principal Un 5 ,a o0.'Q a PRES"-ENT Eongrzss of the Giuitzh States Exncunvz Orrxcn STATE OF KANSAS Tonn GEORGE DOCKING Govuuox ny 10, 19eo the at of dd to 5 .fs es ...cf s, Q Bn f E v1cE Ornca OF TH ON WASHINGT Mar 17' 1960 Mr Weave!! DEBT ' ratulafiiins nd mv Cong 1 for happy 'O me High 561100 . I am mdents of Topeka wing the WSU to Y tanding 1eC0Sn1 fir. your outs B nanny Award. dem annual e rains tribute tv The ou and the B 'tion in rece as This hon01' is a mill Itligh school for Yoga- d faculfll of Top hip Mall You C students an ' n S005 Citizens. ' u have est' Ii dns emphasis 0 did tradxtion V0 the BU' ' the SPED rving . 'Ek in will be Be , Q annie wdwior in 60198 so you ang to the continued abhshe . h le and contribu . nation 39 3 W K? f our F-ePubuc' streng th and vigor 0 ' hr With eve1-'Y good me 5incere1Y' . f Richard Nixon HAT a wonderful year! What a perfect way to mark Troy's 90th anniversary! What a chal- lenge to the student body, faculty, and adminis- tration to broaden accomplishments and aims! Topeka High was chosen to represent Kansas as the 20th Animal Bellamy Flag Award School on May l8, the one hundred and fifth birthday anniversary of FrancisiBellamy, author of the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America. Plans are already underway for the presentation ceremonies to be held in October of 1961. The award recognizes the author of the famous thirty-one words and acknowledges the fine record and splendid traditions of ninety years of educational progress in our school. Yes, congratulations to everyone-graduates, student body, faculty, and alumni. May the next years of our first century continue to be warm and glowing! your as this - f-sf' .. :.12z.za -2 .. my -fe-jj-F,..,,..:,f.s:a:41 f.. 'iiilawffiu SufaL,:.:s.!1-T"' I S ' r a S v- W . .. ,. ss! N Nz asf' 'fm t mliffifg: J: gm. 2 .,,..s Q 15 1 Y 1 ! .sim l ' -- --"" , M Mr E.B. Weave' sw 6 Principal School Topeka High Topeka , Kansas me he 'W M in F irst H onofs ROBERT KENNETH DOLGOFF JEAN PAULA EBERHART JON NELS EKDAHL JANET ELIZABETH FREY LORNA LYNNE ROBERTS 0720 ELLEN LOUISE 7 R011 THOMPSON Honors Second Honors Third Hfmgrg MICHAEL THOMAS ALEXANDER MARILYN KAY DRUMMOND JAN ILENE SHAPIRO MARY KAY GOODMAN ROBERT AUSTIN SWAN GEORGE SANDERS HOPKINSHIR. MARY EUNICE NEVVMAN JOHN RAYMOND PLATT 'VILLIAM TERRY SMITH FRANKLIN BALES PETER BENTLEY HARHAM BARBARA LYNN BAST MARILYN ELIZABI-ITH BENTZ TROY RICHARD ISICKERSTAFF THOMAS HENRY BORNHOLDT DIANA PAYE BORTZ PAMELA LYNN BOWEN JUDITH KAY BROWN ALICE ANNE BURRUUGHS KATHLEEN ELDON COVERT JOAN PENICLOPE CROTHERS KIRBY YAII. DEETER RICHARD ARTHUR DOUGLASS ALICE MARIE EBERHART CYRUS HAROLD ELTINGJR. JAMES ALLEN FRAZIER ri-touts GILBERT H,-xM1L'roN LONNA ELAINE IIARBAUGH SHARON MARIE HARRIS DENNIS EUGENE HARRY HENRY LEONARD HIEBIZRT DAVID J. INGVOLDSTAD MARGARET ELIZABETH wigs cARLJ.xx1EsJoHNsON MARGARET Y.-XLERIE KIQUCHER DEANNA MAE KIRK VICKI LEE 1.01-QBSACK MICHAEL SPENCER xtccz,-uaiz ALBERTA ANN MACIQY SUSAN MARY MANN DAVID EDWARD M,-xRsH.u,1. LOISLIOANN M,xRsii.u.L n1,xN,x jo OSTERHOUT POLLY ELLEN PALMER DONNA JEAN PEERY GLENDA Lou PELTON STEVEN DEWAYNE PETERSON RONALD EDWIN POPHAM KATH1 ILENE PURNPLLI. Lois MARIE POLLOCK HELEN LOUISE REBS Rcnfczu Avis REED Scholamlzzlb Awards JOANN GAII. ROACH NANCY BALIJWIN ROOP WIl,l.I.-XM EUGENE SAYLER LOIS ELLEN SMITH DAMAYANT1 SOEBIAKTO IOYCE MARIE URQUH.-XR'l' XFRANK R. VICTOR RICHARD EDMUND VIRR JOHN CLARK WALQUIST OLIVIA KATI IERINIC W.-XTKINS CAROL ANN WEAVER NEIL FRANKLIN WOOD ELIZABETH I.USE'l"l'.-X YOUNG KAREN SUE ZAKAR American Cancer Society Scholarship Glenda Lou Pvshon Baker University High'Honor Scholarship Fjanet Elizabeth Frey reshman Scholarship hillton S. Patterson II Donna jean Pccry Betty Crocker Homemaker of Kansas Scholarship jean Paula Ebcrhart Betty Crocker All-American Homemaker Scholarship jean Paula Ebcrhart Bradley University Athletic Scholarship Fred Leon Slaughlt-r Carleton College Freshman Scholarship Jean Paula liberhart Central Unilt-d Presbyterian Church Scholarship Carol Ann lYf'aver Colored Womcn's Council of Clubi Scholarship Clara .lean Johnson Dartmouth College Freshman Scholarship Clyde XYendt-ll Smith Doane College Academic Scholarship Louivt' Elizabmh French Friends University Honor Scholarship Nlary Kay Goodman General Motors Scholarship Nlicharl Thomas .-Xlexandcr Grinnell College Freshman Scholarship Royce Avis Recd Harvard University Honorary Harvard College National Svholarship Jon Nels likdahl Robert Kenneth llolgofl' National Nlcril Scholarship Robert Kenneth Dnlgolf Juniata College Kansas State Teachers College, Em uria Curlx-Q Sclinlarship Patricia Ann Davcrn Freshman Scholarship Mary Kay Goodman Kathi Ilene Purnell hlusit' Sbholarship David Gay Wnncls Kansas State University Athletic' Scholarship Richard Allan Rose Putnam Thomas Gilbert Hamilton hlalonr Educational Scholarship Program Clara wgcan Jolinsoti Mary it-llc Sawyer Mt. Hulyukc Seven College Scholarship George Sanders Hopkins National Merit Scholarship Program Scholarships Robert Kc-nneth Dnlgoll gt-an Paula Ebcrhart crtilicatcs of Merit Michael Thomas .-Xlcxandf Michael Dale Buchanan Kirby Vail Deeter Mary Kay Goodman Philip lXlarshall Knickerbocker Mirhael Spencer Mcfiahe John Raymond Platt Clyde Wendell Smith Frank Richie Victor Northwestern University Honor Scholarship Jun Nels likclahl Thomas Gilbert Hamilton George Sandrrs Hopkins Freshman Scholarship hlivhacl Spcnrc-r hlrflahc Hardy Scholarship XN'illiam Terrv Smith Oberlin College Conservatory of Music Scholarship David liflwin Stevens Optimist Oratoriral Freshman Scholarshi Scholarshi P Nancy Baldwin Rnop P Robert Kcnngth Dolgolln Ottawa Pnivcrsity Citizenship Scholarship lfrank R. Victui Honor Scholarship Margaret Valerie lx:-ul-her Panhcllenic Scholarship Diana lfayv Bortz Kathleen lildon Covvxt Janet Elizabeth Frvy Mary Kay Goodman ,lo Ann Klarshall Nlary Eunifc Newman Royce .Xris Recd Lorna Lynnt- Roberts luis Ellen Smith Park College Scholarship Frcxhman Scholarship Karen Sue Zakar Phillips University Tuition Scholarship Philip Klarihall Knit'kt'rboCkc'r Music Scholarship David Gay llbocls Purdue University Special Merit Scholarship Carl 'james Johnson Alumni Scholarship Franklin E. Balvs Rice Institute Tuition Scholarahip Xlithacl 'llmnias Alexander Ripon College Forensic Scholarship Robert Kenneth Dnlgoll -juan Paula liibcrhart Jun Nels lilcdahl Thomas Gilbert I-lainilton Michael Spcnuzr lXlt'flalJC Jn Ann lNlarQhall Niilliain Tcrry Smith Shawnee County Medical Auxiliary Carol Ann Weaver Robert Kvsnnrth Doltgoll' Southern Methodist University Scholarship Dnrutliy Dell lVattS St. Olal' Collvgc' Tuition Scholarship Daxidtlacksun lngvoldstad Stanford University Honor Scholarship Alon Nels likdahl National Merit Scholarship -Irfan Paula Ebcrhart Sterling College Scholarship Carol Ann NYeavcr Topeka Home Economics Recognition Award Shirley 'jean Peterson Topeka Tcachcrs Association Scholarship Diane Carol lilott Louise Elixalwth l7'rt'nt'h Tulane University Honor Scholarship Richard Edniund Virr University nf Chicago Freshman Scholarship Mit-lmcl Spcnvvr lXlcCaI:c Clyde lVenclt'Il Smith University of Kansas Athletic Scholarship William M, Mills Ill Fred Leon Slaughtvr Debate: Scholarship jean Paula Ebcrhart NN'illiani Terry Smith General Scholarship Lorna Lynne Roberts Hunor Scholarship Jean Paula Ebfwrhart Michael Spcncrr McCain- john Raymond Platt Slusic Scholarship David Gay Hiootls Menls Scholarship Hall Franklin Elwood Hales ,james A. lfrazicr Michael Spencer lNlcCabt: John Raymond Platt Steven Dt-Wayne Peterson Ronald lidwin Pupham Clyde Wendell Smith lX'illiam 'llvrry Smith Tuition Scholarship .ln Ann Marshall i. Wnmen's Scholarship Hall liarhara Lynn Bail Sandra lu' Fisher Janet Elizabeth Frvsy Lorna Lynnt- Roberts University of California at Los An 'cies Athletic Scholarship lfrvd Leon Slaughtct' University of Viiuhita Lorna Lrnnc Roberts Vanderbilt Unix vrsity Frrshman Scholarship Jean Paula lily:-rhart l'nundcrs Scholarship Nliczhavl 'lihornas .Xlexanf Richard Edmund Virr Washburn University Athletic Scholarship hlilton S. Paltcrsuxi II Competitive Scholarship Larry Donald Brown Richard Arthur Douglass Mary Kay Goodman Larry XX'ayne Reasvr Honor Scholarships Barbara Lynn Bast Troy Richard Bickt-rstall Diana Fayc Borta Pamela Lynn Bowun lltrlenj. K. Brown Kathleen lildon Cnvcrt Marilyn Kay Drummond 'lt-rilynn liatun Sharon Kay liklund llianft Carol lflott Janics :Xllt-n lirazici' Janet Elizalwth Frcv cslmtn Gilgt-r Lnnna Elaint- Harbaugh Sharon lklarit' Harriw Drank Eugcnt- l-larry Susan Mary Mann Ronald E. Puphaxn Royrt' A. Rt-cd Nancy Baldwin Roop lYilliam Terry Smith Lois lillcn Smith Joyce Marie Urquhart Neil Franklin Wood Scholarships Nlarla Carole ,fXlt'xandr'x' Martha Kathi-rinc Blaisdvll Richard Lee Bradley Phillip Gerald Broun Alice Anne' Burinughs Conilanrt Diant- liussell Harm Charles Cnpp Thcrvsa R36 Cnurtur lvr William .Xlhcrt firitchlow Patririn Ann Uavi-in Beverlyjtinc Drill irk Michavl Brooks llnuns Sandra l.t:t' Fishvl Sarah Margaret Francis Gale Ann Gardner Nlelva l"ayv Haycx Sharon Bc-th Hedgt-s ,Iran Mario llcndcrsnn liarlsara 'It-an Holt Sharon Suzanne llont-yinan -gc-an .Xnn Innes ,arry Lt-land Johnson Susan hlargaret Kay Patricia Kay Kern George Edgar Lake Marita luuisc Lconartl XYilliam H. Milburn Patricia Kay Nlillei Mary Lynn Xlycrs Claudia 'jo Nvwman Lvnda Lucille' Overstrutfl Mary Grace Packard Nancy Lou Rt-cdcr hlary Belle Sawyer George D. Sloup Hclvn Jean Smith Cami Louise Stevenson Carol .Xnn Stover Lois Carol Straily lwlary Ann Suluvy Hctsrlwll .-X. Turner XYilliaun Uieston XX'arren John M. Washburn Ill Carol Ann Ylitvflulli Linda Sue lVcdnll' Richard L66 lYhitc Elizabr-th Lusetta Yours Grants Fred CI. Bailey John Orlvy Cavrington Aloycc Lynn Cown Kenncth Daniel Duylc -lulie .Xnn lfrancoin 'l'wila Jo liriclzcy Deanna Kay Hanvy juancttc Hathaway Susan Lynne-Llonuw Alice Evon Lungsnum l'hnma, Donald Xlrfilure Lynn Tracy Nlt'Nall Cicnrgc Harvey Klvtmnthin Susan l.t'c' Nash Sylvia Jean Nottintghaln lillis Gfwnrgr Parker Larry Ernc-si Patrick Milton Pattcrson ll Judith Elaine Paul: Ronald Clillirrd Prim: Paul Conipht-ll Rican Cinrulr Suc Roush Anita Fayt' limrmr Jann-s Edwin Shepard l.0nny l.. Snwlscr Rnht-rr Eugt-nr Smith Yirkit' hlarit' Slaiullrr Krnncth Euqvnc' Stunt' Susan Kay' Stratton liarvn Rae 'IR-xiw Cliarlvs Edward U Pbhr-r David Gay Xtnudx Joe' l.yl4' Zcnthvi' Yale University Honorary Yalu liniveriily National Scholarship Jan N.-1, Iikdnhl May 27, 1960 PROGRAM VVENDELL R. GODXVIN, .Yupninlrndnzl af Sfhuufi. Puwidillig PRliI.UlJli Sm-lm linux Thr 'l'1ul.xn llzmd DAISY CILXIX I'ROCESSION.XI. "'I'riumph.il Ninn li" fini! SENIOR PRl,CESSIfJN:Xli 'k'l'mnp und Cfin'iiiiisLzxiis1"' Elyfn RICHARD KG.XX'H.XRT. Urgunm "STAR SP.-XNC-LED BANNER" lfwi NANCY ROUI' INVOCATION . Rex. Xllicri Green .ilmnlfr ffffml .ilfllzmllsl l,'hrm'l1 CHORAL RESPONSE 'Thr' Lmciii l'ruyc1"' ANTHEM "1'my4-r Ihr Ps .x1- v" U flllfwm THE CHORUS COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ... . Supmnlendfnl uf Sfhoolx, Glenrae, Illmozk k'New Dimensions oi' Citizenship Uwgvzzfm Chun! Dr. Paul J. Misner PRliSEN'l'.XTl0X Ol-' CLASS li. li. XXX-.iw-I llrrmiffffl l'RllSIiN'l',X'I'ION OF Dll'i.OXl.XS xii. mums cz, Pziynv l'mnlm1. BW1 gf zfffiii-fmH,, M. xii-mil H. xxx-ru 1',i-.-lmfffmi, Iiwznl fy zffffifmmf. SCHOOL SON!! lSENl'iDIC'I'l0N CLASS ul' lfilill iw x1m.,., c., xxlillxuj, llmmff H1 I1 ixfmrmln l'mffm1ffm f,'!r.vml1 ADMINISTRATORS and special guests await the mug Graduation- Recora' Class Takes F ina! Steps Wz'th Unusual Aplomb THE CHOIR and Mr. Fly stand by for their cue. CC A NIGHT to Remember" was never more ap- propriately said than as the graduates, parents, fac- ulty, friends, and administrators of Topeka High School filed from Moore Bowl in a mid-evening of late May to a mellow organ postlude. Perfect weather, a sense of accomplishment, and the inspiration of music and speech combined to make Troy's annual pageant of Commencement a never-to-be-forgotten climax to the twelve years of public schooling offered in Topeka. The thousands of interested onlookers who filled the stadium and sat on the grassy slopes rose in physical, patriotic, and spiritual stature as the "Star Spangled Banner" floated in a gentle breeze and the program opened. No milestone in life is more vital than that of high school graduation and the step up into adult- hood. Troy's graduates took that step gracefully, eagerly, and with high promise. On May 27, 1960, Tomorrow became their Today. TWO BY TWVO, in the half-mile processional, grey-robed graduates file to places of honor. 4 MULTI-COLORED dresses, hats, and nosegays of the junior girls make the Daisy Chain a cherished tradition. FROM A to Z, Seniors found their name cards as the early evening shadows crept over Washburn's campus. K.. IN: TURNING in his picturesque diploma for his permanent one, Richard Fieger moves past the exchange table prior to the last functions of the Class of 1960. 5 WELCOME refresh- ments served by Mrs. Bodenhausen to Letty Staebler, Ken Smith, and smilin' Skip Cook. A GUEST graduate on the AFS program joins Seniors. Larry Brown, Pam Bowen, Beverly Deat- rieh, Uta Ziek, Stutlgart, Germany. Carol Sloyer, and Ann Weaver. SEA" of Mortarboards. Graduates listen to Reverend Epp's sermon. MARKING time at the turn, Mr. Gilbert directs the line of march Vespers- Inspz'mtz'0na! Service LMS Thoughts to Hzgh Levely ROVS traditional B2lCCZllZllll'C11lLC, known as Senior Parents. friends, and faculty greeted the Seniors Vespers, brought the 700 graduates together May 22 nt :in informal reception following the SCIVICCS on Il warm Sunday afternoon. Grey-gowned and Around the fiower-decked refreshment tables grad cupped, the milling crowd picked up its step to the untes enjoyed last bits of conversation before going symbolic "Pomp and Circumstancef' home to bone-up for finals. HOEHNIZR PRELUDE . . PROCESSIOXAL INVOCATION CHORAL RESPONSE HYMN . . SCRIPTURE READING CLASS SERMON . . llliNllDlC'l'lON RIECESSIONAI, . .XN'l'HliM4"BraLilinn Psalm" PROGRAM ALvDITfJRILlxlf3Z30 P.M. ERNEST B. XYEAYER, Frzrzflpal, Presiding . , Instrumental Ensemble ,Marty Lixdner, Organlst , Rcvllolul B. Duncan .llnznln Fm! .livllroflzll C!z11vd1 , The Choir "U God, Our Help in Ages Past" ,Rexx Donald Fallon llmulrr Um Sazvivlft Lulfifmrz lfhsnrll The Choir Rev. 'llcllei L. llpp ,llmzxlrr limi lfnfmsl Clumlz Rev Clare llzxycs .llzmvlrr l.r1z:'man llrlflmlxvl Cfzurflz "l'rlLm1phul Min'ttl1" il IN TYPICAL hillbilly matriarchal style, Mammy rocks and rolls spicy bits of aduce to the Dogpatch Dolls and Dandies gathered around her. Dom What Camas Nazfcherb Sets Up Nostalgic Pace HILARIOUS capers and uninhibited emo- tions rocked the Trojan stage May 20 when the Class of 1960 welcomed its guests to a preview of Dogpatch, 20 years hence. Old Mammy and Pappy Yocum QoAnn Roach and Tom Bornholdtj led the remi- niscing of their offspring and young friends over the highlights of their short interlude known as "Topeka High Days." There were solos, duets, songs and dances, a mono- logue, a combo, and presentations that cov- ered with lightness the treasured memories of happy experiences. From the formal presentation of the Pledge of Allegiance plaque as the class gift and the acknowledgement of their sponsor's loyalty, to the sincerity of the Farewell Ad- dress and the sentiment of the Class Song, the whole school thrilled as the more than 600 graduates took over the limelight for the year's final assembly. THE COMBO brings down the house. THE MAGIC potion works and the boys carry off their prizes. 'LIT TICKLESP' Gayla Hastings and Linda Meinershagen boisterously become the focus of attentive eyes. "Y'ALL drink this here? Mammy Yocum serves the love potion to Richard Landes, Van Moe, and Pete Barham, I.i'l Abner. PROGRAM PROCESSIONAI. PRESENTXTION OF CL.-XSS GIFT ACCEPTANCE OF GIFT "DOGPATCH-l984J" FARENYELL ADDRESS CLASS SONG RECESSIONAL Oxgau Kixivy Dvvlcr Nix. XM-.nvr Thi- firm 'll-rrv Smith Class ui' WMO Organ ROUNDING out the receiving line, Junior President john Atkinson and Senior sponsor, Mrs. Sunnners, wait the guests. Junior-Senior Prom- Moods in Abstraction, U lbdazfes Parzyiv Modern Tempo N AN atmosphere of driftwood and chiffon, upper- classmen floated through an enchanting night, P April 29. .Xn original theme added to the sparkle of the evening when it was carried out through subtle decorations and lighting effects. A novel program, narrated by Stuart McCall, set the stage for niany surprises. Seven acts displayed "Moods" in ultra-modern dress. A gracious receiving line ushered the guests into the combined ballrooms where blue lights trans- formed them into wonderlands of icy shadows. Different, enchanting, memorable, the junior Class' social gift to the Seniors was a highlight of the Hnal months at THS. THROUGH a festooned doorway new vis- tas loom for Dick Buck and Reva WVehb. Most Honored Seniors- Classmates Select Ezlght Standouts as 'Best al THS' CANDIDATES Sherril Murrow jean Ebcrhart Martha Blaisdell Polly Palmer Betsy Greer Ccorge Hopkins Kathy Covert Vicki Loebsack 'l'om Hamilton Terry Smith -Ion Ekdahl Kirby Deeter Carl johnson Dick Bickerstaff Bob Dolgoff Mike Alexander ACKNOYVLEDGEMENT of complete high school participation was sponsored for the fifth year by The SUNFLOXVERE award of "Most Honored Seniors." From a group of sixteen, nominated by the faculty for academic superior- ity, activities, respect of fellow students and teachers, and accept- ance of mature responsibilities, the Senior Class placed their seal of approval. The eight received spe- cial acclaim at the annual Honors Assembly on May l6. Martha Blaisdell Jon Ekdahl Carl johnson Jean Eberhart Dick Bickerstaff George Hopkins Bob Dolgoff Vicki Loebsack ll NINETY-EIGHT proud holders of Honor-T certificates gather at the West Entrance. Mike Alexander Joe Anderson Richard Ast-l Judee Ash Tawney Baxter Marcia Bennett Marilyn Bentz Martha Blaisdell Judy Bodenhausen Tom Bornholdt Pam Bowen Carla Bowman Judy Kay Brown Patty Cain Harry Cook Maureen Cook Kathy Covert Kathy Crothers Susan Curry Kirby Deeter Kathy DeWc-ese Robert Dolgoff Richard Douglass Nancy Dunn 'I2 HONOR-T RECIPIENTS Susan Ebel Alice Eberhart Allan Eberhart Dick Edelblute Elizabeth Fink Sally Francis Ben Franklin Jeanine Frazier Janet Frey Betsy Greer Andrea Gresser Tom Hamilton Sharon Harris Diana Harrison Gayla Hastings Melva Hayes George Hopkins Margaret Ives Carl Johnson Patty Kern Deanna Kirk Gay Krionderis Marvin Kuehn Karen Kuykendall Ann Lawler Lynne Lieurance Scott Linscott Vicki Loebsack Mike McCabe Linda McCall Kim McCoy Kathy McKee Jo Ann Marshall Curt Miller Jack Miller Van Moe Sherril Murrow Ralph Muxlow Mary Newman Sylvia Nottingham Elaine O'Gara Marcia Oroke Lynda Overstreet Ann Papin Sparky Patterson Jean Peterson Sally Potter Norma Purvis Royce Reed Nancy Reeder Sharon Rogers Nancy Roop Tom Rose Linda Sanderson Gary Scott Jan Shapiro Fred Slaughter Jean Smith Wendell Smith Yanti Soebiakto Ellen Thompson Richard Virr Kay Wallis John Walquist Bonnie WVard Dee Dee Wvatts Louise WVeber Margo Wells Vicki Mfhitaker Vit ian Wvilliams Ginny WVisler Neil WVood Bob Wright Uta Zick OFFICERS Secretary ....,....,. Nancy Reeder Assistant .. .... Wvcndy Fisher Sponsor . . ..... Mr. johnson ALL TIMES jane Schendel Wendy Fisher Polly Palmer Beverly Bailey Jean Eberhart Pete Barham john Atkinson Ion Ekdahl Terry Smith Dick Bickerstaff David Marshall Honor-T- Poim' System Credzis Annual Ejjbwf ET UP as a measure for all-round participation, Troy's Point System requires detailed record-keeping on the part of the secretaries and many conferences with club sponsors to evaluate jobs and efforts. Honor-T certificates are based on twenty-two or more points, and the Honorable Mentions have a minimum of fifteen. Coveted recognition for perfect attendance and punctuality, academic achievement, and athletic and activity participation mounted up to certificates for 219 Trojans at the annual Awards Assembly May 9. Highest honors went to the eleven who had at least thirty-four points in the top ten percent of the list. This unique system is annually revised under the Student Council as new duties come on the scene and emphasis on academic interests deepen. 1959-1960 AWARDS ALL TIMES .................... ..,. 1 l HONOR-T's ............... .... 9 8 HONORABLE MENTIONS . . . .,.. 110 W 1 A Q ,---h f 1- - N. 13 'Lady in the Dark' Problem Play Disoloses Conflicts Common to Eoomfono POINTING fingers taunt Liza as her friends chant "You can't make up your mind N UNUSUAL maturity of interpretation and'a striking sense of the dramatic carried the third play of the current year to an ap- preciative audience on March 25. The Broadway and Hollywood success seemed particularly appropriate in a city known as the "Psychiatric Center of the Wforldf' where such terms as insecurity, struggle, emotions, stability, and patterns of life are not without at least vague familiarity. Liza, lady of two worlds, her inward long- ings and her outward strengths, can be identi- ned in all human beings battling uncertain- ties. The play's dream sequences were ani- mated by the people she saw every day yet did not "known at all. Although the symp- toms of inner conflict were peculiar to Liza's character, the drama shed light on the fasci- nating mystery and wonder of man's desire and determination to Find Truth. "YOU,LL have to help ME help YOU", states Liza's Dr. Brooks, pa 14 CAST Ltla lullmtt. llff Ittfft lJr, llruohs Nliss linucr Miss Foster Miss Stevens Maggie Grant .Xliscm Du lluis Russell Paxton Charley Jultnsun Randy Curtis loc . Tum. . Rendell Nt-shin llvlcn Ruthie Carol Marria Ilan Hutlcr Barbara llumcr Liza. as a fhild llaxid Ru-cl Arthur Cumlrun CIIIORUS. fit-u1'gL' Hopkins, Melissa llarger. Kathy Yirki l.uc'ltsaCk Nlikr NN ilsun Blelissa llarger Sllerril Nlurruw Geurgr llopkins janv Nchendcl ,tulip an-an Craig Stanclille Daw Clundcniug uclcl Lake 'llum Grimes ,Xllan Hallrlt llill Nlt Bride Kathy Hill liayla Flastiltgs Lynne Licuranvl' .In .Kun Roarlt lad Bowl-r Slwrril Nlurrxm 'lout llurulmlrlt Claire Slcrnlunns llavicl Blurrtm Brent Green llill. Shcrril Nlurruu, Tum llnrnholdt, Tad llowtrr, Mike Brow n, 'l'utn Grimvss, CHARLEY and Liza get a preview of the spring issue of Allure as Russell presents his models, Marcia, Helen, and Ruthie. EXOTIC Alison DuBois is in disagree- ment with Russell Paxton, but Maggie is disgusted at their verbal fireworks. Allan Hazlutt. Stuart Nlcffall. STAI' lr Director llctsy firm-r .Xssistant . Carolyn Barrrtt Prupcrtie-s ,Xlirr llhurhart. Gayla Hastings, Glenda Huntsman, Xlar fare! Ives, Lynne Lieurancr Costumes .Nancy llunn, Mary Foster, Dianna- Nurdstrum, Polly Palmer, jo Ann Roach, Louise Weber Business Nlanagcrs -Ion Ekdahl,-lack Milla-r Publicitv an Shapiro, Dee Dee lVatts stttgi- xlanagr-rs A im Carrick, Charles nuttin Stage Crew . Genrve Hopkins. Phil Nlunnv, Kurt Cummins, fuuise French, Rosemary Taylor, Russell Matney, Richard Shun Faculty l'lircrun- Xliss Ilcrrirk .Nssistant Nliss XS lteclcr LIZA shyly waits to see the portrait of what she THINKS she is, but IS NOT. THE TEAM. Kneeling: Larry Campbell, jim Gill, Dave Barton, Ronald Schultz, jim Calihan, Dan Mcjun' Curt Miller, Max Gaither, Charles Ivorkrnan, Larry kin, and Coach Villeme. lVIissing.' Mike Blakeman. Wfoolridge, Virgil Meinholdt. Standing: Butch XVillett, Mike McPherson, Mick Miles, Charles Duran. Richard john Atkinson, jim Britt, jerry Riddle, john Torrez, Meier, and Dick Edelblute. Baseball- Team Clings to 4-8 Record as Sport ows ut at THS IN THEIR last year in play for Topeka High, the Trojan diamond men racked up a 6-5 record. Dis- continued as a sport at THS because of mounting equipment and traveling costs, and a lack of teams available for scheduling, baseball at Troy has passed into history. Plagued all through the l96O season by faulty fielding and spotty pitching, the team played brilliant ball one game and in the next, 16 completely folded. The highlight of the season was the double win over Mfard, always one of Topeka's toughest opponents. In the first game, Junior john Atkinson went the full nine innings while giving up only six hits. In the second game, Senior Max Gaither pitched the Trojans to an extra inning's victory, striking out fifteen Mfard players to the welcome and dramatic tune of 9-5. Coach ....,.. ..,. M el Villeme SCOREBOARD TOPEKA OPPONENT 5 Washington 4 11 Washington 8 1 North Kansas City 6 1 North Kansas City 5 1 Wyandotte 9 3 Wyandotte 9 6 Ward l 9 Ward 5 4 Regional fWardj 5 20 De La Salle 7 7 Maur Hill 4 STRIKE ONE! john Torrez at bat in a doubleheader with Wyandotte. Tennis- Toung Blood abs 'State' PARKED all year long by the play of Sopho- more john Grantham, Troy's netters rolled through an undefeated season and to the state chanqnonshnm 'The neunen shut outtheh Era five opponents by scores of 9-Og and in their sixth match downed Winfield, always one of the top teams in the state. 7-2. Coasting on through the season, they defeated Wyandotte, downed Salina and NVadnngunL and swept Kmthe SunHomer League crown. After winning the regionals at Shawnee Mis- non liordr the IC3UlIDOVCd on to Rlanhanan for the state chanipionships. In hard play. Grantham emerged as state singles champion, and the doubles team of Lee Gladfelter and Alan Smith copped third place. This gave THS its only state championship of the year and the first for tenrns in the lnstory of the sport With only two seniors among the top twelve players the tenrns outlook for the next UNO years at Topeka High is very bright indeed. Coach . . . .... Larry Reid READY for action-Barry McGrath and john Grantham. TENNIS SQUAD. john Grantham, Lee Gladfelter, john Lord, Barry McGrath, and Ed McConnell. Missing: Jed Davis, Ellis Parker and Alan Smith. SCOREBOARD TOPEKA OPPONENT 9 Highland Park 0 9 Wyandotte 0 9 Shawnee Mission North 0 9 Washington 0 9 Shawnee Mission East 0 7 Winfield 2 9 YVyandotte 0 7 Salina 2 8 Shawnee Mission North l 9 Washington 0 First-Sunflower League Meet First-Regionals First-State Tournament 'I7 'Y SCOREBOARD State Indoor Meet ................ Third Shawnee Mission East Quadrangular. .First Emporia Relays .................. Second WVyandotte Dual .................. Second Topeka Relays ..................,.. First Shawnee Mission North Dual ...... Second Baker Relays ...,,.,.,....... .... F irst Highland Park Dual ..... ...,.. F irst Sunflower League Meet.. . .... Second City Meet .............. .... F irst Regional Meet ........ .... F irst State Meet ..... .... T hird 18 STATE CHAMP-Elsberry Broadnax. PASSING the baton to teammate Sparky Patterson, Dave Crandall ends his lap in the medley relay. TRACK SQUAD. Corkill. Hawver. Ron' 2: L. ery, Coach Bliss. Top Row: berg, Bailey, Miller. Coach Track- Relays Grab Spotlight as Topeka Takes Thira' in State HIS YEAR'S track squad, after a slow start, caught fire in the middle of the season and blazed to a fifty percent record in chalking up six wins in twelve meets, and good showings in the State Indoor and KU Relays. At the Emporia Relays, the Trojan thinclads finished a close second behind Salina. The next week, the squad avenged its loss by topping the Mustangs by 25 points in the Topeka Relays. In the Baker Relays, Troy breezed to the team title, besting secondplace Ottawa by 30 points. In the State Meet, the Trojans were expected to be very much in contention for the team title. Defending champions Fred Slaughter and john Nunley, and broad-jumper Elsberry Broadnax, the medley relay team, and the 880-yard relay team all had some of the top marks in the state. But luck was not with the Trojans and they ended up in third place, the only winners being Sparky Patterson in the 440 and Broadnax in the broadjump. lvith many returning lettermen, and the services of such veterans as Dave Crandall, Nunley, and Bill Harris, l96l will continue to "look up." Coaches .....,.. "Heavy" Erwin, Roger Ginavin, Don Bliss MANAGER Jack Miller kept athletes as well as equipment in tip-top shape throughout the season. 19 Front Row: Nunley, Tyree. McMurray, johnson, Lewis. Brewer, Slaughter, Patterson. Rose, Starbuck. Pfanncnsteil. Lewis, Price, Harris, Shinn. McKethen, Davis, Broadnax. Mize, Crandall, VVard, Vin- cent. Gay. Row 3: Miller, Robinson, McKay. Horn, Witts, Simms, Carrington. l'Voodson, Revcly. Montgom- Ott, Nelson, Mott, Bradford. Turner, McCoy. Brown. Hol- Ginavan, and Coach Erwin, Golf- GOLF SQUAD. Tom Stephen- son, Bill McDonald, Scott Lin- scott, Bob Swan, and Bay Chotlos. SCOREBOARD Invitational-Manhattan .. Topeka Triangular ...,,... Invitational-Wichita East . . . Invitational-Salina ..,.. - .. . Wyandotte Dual .......... Washington Dual ......,.. Shawnee Mission North-Dual Invitational-Shawnee Mission Shawnee Mission East .... Sunflower League ....... Regionals ............ State .........,.. .,..lst out of 8 .f ....... Winner ....6th out of 23 ....3rd out of 18 ....,.....Winner .........,W1nner ...,.....Winner Nor th ....2nd out of 12 .......W1nner ...,..WVinner ......2nd Experienced Linksmen Ifeep Faz'rwayPmspee1fs Brzlghzf N THEIR opening tournament, the golfers snared first place, setting up the coming sea- son as a "winner." Mfith a team made up of Senior Bob Swan, Juniors Bay Chotlos and Scott Linscott, and a Sophomore, Bill Mc- Donald, winning in almost every start, the linksmen rolled to seven Hrst places in their eleven tournaments. In the state meet at Lawrence, the Trojans met with bad luck and ended up with second place. ln a play-off with Hutchinson for the title, and along with a disputed ruling by the officials, the opposition was awarded the coveted trophy. lfVith three' men from the four-man crew returning, plus other experienced players, Coach Laney can expect his second year as golf mentor to he even better. Coach . . . . . .Chet Laney "EASY does it" . . . "Whoops! Too easy."-Bob Swan. 20 p N a p p X X x.f NN 7, ,JAM-I 147 i'-5' Af! 11" 1-' 2 M WHA , mf' X N Kip 1 fe 'ja ,RX A C r W xx Nixix ff . I K Xxxx p 'Map a unnow er Topeka, Kansas Spring Supplement l .. M-. , .,... ....-M... M, WW .,. 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