Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS)

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I il l ll if . is 55 w w vr, sa lf i w fl Q!! 2 'SS W ex I I I mf A 2 f ll,, N ! 1 L unnower I HEI Yearbook of TOPEKA HIGH SCHOOL Establixhed 1870 Topeka, Kansas Volume XLV ANN PAPIN-Editor WENDY FISHER-Assistant JANET SOWERS-Advertising ,, WWW OUR SCHOOL-Yesterday and Today 1894--1932 MQW OYCUJOI' YESTERDAY was 1861-Tomorrow is 1962-Today is the momentary bridge that links two centuries, so recently Tomorrow, so soon another Yesterday. Only once in Forever comes the magic hour when a State reaches its century mark. Kansas, born on a cold Janu- ary 29th in 1861 has reached the ultimate in veneration -extolled for its virtues, excused for its faults, loved as a homeland, and prodded into renewed vigor. In its near-century of existence, Topeka High School, as a mid-plain educational institution, has grown along with Kansas, exploring, enduring, exulting, and evaluat- ing its purposes. To dedicate a yearbook to past, present, and future generations is too big an attempt, too vast a presumption. But to commemorate a milestone and to make a permanent record of a year is within our reach. So quickly do the Todays become Yesterdays and the Tomorrows come alive as new and promising Todays, that memory needs reinforcement. Cn these pages are recorded the happenings of a school year. May they recall the pleasures of those events and also be reminders of the backdrop which is Mid- America and our fine heritage- KANSAS, 1861--1961 -X FINGER to the sky-the old Mariadahl Lu- theran Church in the fertile Blue Valley. FIRST purpose of this stone arch bridge near Wakarusa was to keep the pioneer school children from fording the swollen creek "four up on a horse." V. ' V H' ',,. 1 V 1 'i"' ?fli7""0 'V-V if ' i-'- -", ,'.'--' ' X i s V ' ll, -1- 'Q - 2, '- '-.' " I - .- 12.5 151 --" ifw,:'?i1igzsVfrZ?'.Sify,-12- 1' gi,-V V Jaw-ww ue,e c , e ' -. 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':Nl1. t I i ,K Q5 K-Q 5,9 9-2 .:g34V,,'1K5:t1-5 .g" K, ..-. -Kr. 2 r K-., Q J KK I' K K , ., ,V , 'yay Kqxz-M. alwgg, f ,L XKK- ' V gg:-' x ,gp " f" '-W - Has.-1' ' 45531.-, ' '-V112 1. W. ' " X' Vfl-'Vs''pi-1f'L4fQs'5 , V, -1- . V , fr - Qs- :-. 'V . sr: ,X + 7: g4f'1f,g?.Qv . , VV-,g egg? 1 'L :ie pf fa' ,r '.'- ,Ve-.gg-LK A. dj' Jw fffq.,:V-f- V " , , ,,V, .,.,, ., f4-Q-VV . -wwf, v'f,, ,..4', '?+vQ::k.V , N ,, A .. M, KKK g 'M ' W e , . , l ,.'., .ff2-5"" "W""""N'TfQQQL.,4.4- H gjltp, K ,,., v ,r ., ,V -VV- N 'X ...,- iff ' V ..Q.j""M1V-Vive KKK Vu, fr V1 KK I K KK -"-- ' ' ,,.. , -V I - f'2-fwv, ' 2 A CENTURY of symbolic architectural contrasts. State Capitol-1866 State Office Building-1957 Relief panels by Bernard Frazier. . ,4 4,3 i. -VV, .f L f of ,f PIONEER WOMAN-State Capitol grounds. AIDBIHNISTTLATTCHY... DEPARTMENTS. . . SCHICNDI.LIFE..... ORGANIZATIONS. . . AITILETIGS ....... STWJIIEPWT BCDIYY ...... SENIORS' ACTIVITIES .... ADVERTISING ........ ...Page 70 THE SPIRIT of the Kansas Pioneers is sympathetically depicted in the handsome bronze monument designed by Robert Merrell Gage, Class of 1911. Her strength of body and warmth of feeling-her all-encompassing motherhood-brought to the great Mid-West the sturdy character so symbolic of its natural attributes. The art- ist, known also for the Lincoln statue on the State Capr- tol grounds, has executed many commissions. ...Page 9 ...Page 24 ...Page 108 ...Page 132 ...Page 170 ...Page 240 ...Page 264 M ". . . for the students . . ." has become the ever-present aim of Troy's top echelon. Hdmin isiralion GOVERNMENT for the people and by the people had inspiration in the determination of Kansas settlers to establish law and order according to the needs of the times. From this source have sprung some of the coun- try's great leaders, religious, educational, political, mili- tary, cultural. Troy's directors have shown the same clear vision, practical application, and sincere humani- tarianism of their forebears but in the light of modern thinking and scientific advancements. THE TERRITORIAL Capitol at Ft. Riley antidated statehood by nearly a decade and saw the beginning of the struggle that put "Bloody Kansasl' in the history books. Cigf Schools y No Challenge Too Big For Men of Dedication THE SMOOTH operation of Topeka's schools from kindergarten through high school depended heavily on the abilities and devoted efforts of the elected School Board members and the appointed adminis- trators. Their responsibilities ranged all the way from repair work to new construction, from curricula to the raising of teaching standards, from salaries to school book rentals-all depending on how the com- munity sees "education" The success of the November bond issue was a triumph to both the system and individuals, but the job of keeping up with steadily increasing enroll- ment still contributes headaches. The staffing and planning of Topeka XIVSSK has been of special inter- est to this year's student body which will send sev- eral hundred ol its number to the new school. As Topeka high school students become more aware ol present day economics and the demands of life in the 60's, the appreciation of the administrators is increasingly evident. I0 TOPEKA YVEST's steering committee meets with their new principal. Seated: Pen- ny Hlolffgang, Sherry Bu- chanan, Ginger Elliott, Mr. Henson, and janet Kuehn. Row 2: Jett Carkuff, Patti Dittemore, Phillis L a u t z , Mary Geiger, Susan Yeager, and Cherrie Brownellp Top Row: john Lord, David Mc- Murray, Bill McDonald, Bob Sutton, Brick Briggs, and Dave Beldon. EFFICIENCY is the watchword of the Board's clerk-secretary, Mrs. LaVon Armendariz, and the new treasurer, Mrs. Louise Blackim. BOARD OF EDUCATION President ................ Merrill H. Werts Vice-Pres. .................. Dale Buchanan Dennis C. Payne Fred W. Rausch, jr. Robert R. Seliendel Gordon A. Summers Attorney .................. james W. Porter Superintendent Wendell R. Godwin MCSE J. WHITSON Deputy Superintendent A fu f V Q .'V, I f I I r fry :gg ' , rife i' 5 I. . fag '5 2 V -f' -.-'fbi ":. JOE K. EVANS GILES THEILMANN OVVEN M. HENSON Ass't to Mr. Whitson Director of Instruction Ass't to Dr. Theilmann 11' i le!" ' xg! Q MAINE, Virginia, Kansas. Principal Horace Croxford of Augusta's Cony High greets Mr. Weaver at the 19th Bellamy Award as Miss Margarette S. Miller looks on. Hzglz School Directors Responsive To Needs of Students COMPETENT and abreast of the times, Troy's six- man administrative staff worked diligently to pre- sent both the gaining of knowledge and the adjust- ment to widening horizons as exciting challenges to a large and varied student body. They worked on the humanistic theory that each individual presents a new "frontier" that must be explored and con- quered just as our forefathers viewed the often un- fathomable West. 1960-61 presented a tremendous problem of enroll- ment and curriculum planning because the organi- zation of the new Topeka West High directly af- fected about 400 members of Troy's student body and influenced plans for the regular 1961-62 schedules in both schools. As "Coordinator Extraordinnaireu, Principal Weaver held the reins of academic and guidance fields, scholarship preparation and awards, and the necessary contacts of investigation and discipline that are all a part of the life of a large and progres- sive school. With his confreres he constantly kept in mind the great responsibility of good public rela- tions so necessary in this day when democracy and education are on trial all over the world. Z7 SCHOLARSHIP information-Miss Pring1e's specialty. BIRDS' nest soup? Miss Aley hears about Mr. Bodenhauserrs hobby, identifying nests. Principal Ernest B. Weaver Director of Guidance Assistant Principal KENNETH MEYERS Dean of Girls PHYLLIS A. ALEY 'if ,' ,f,4.-,mf if , "'f 7: -V: ffmqk A V I V f nf y ,,. V .V mfr ,Mmm ' Dean of Boys OTTO BODENHAUSEN :ff J WWW L - , !,,,, Mr . Y ., ,Wa ,, :fy A 4 A Director of Curriculum Scholarship Director Assistant Principal ANNABEL PRINGLE GLENN BURNETTE 5:11, or Faculgf Patience, Enfhusiasms Develop Needed 'Push' NO JOB TOO BIG-no result too impossible. This was the challenge that was met by Troy's l00-mem- ber faculty every hour of every day of every week of the 1960-61 school year. The all-over picture of their dedication to what they believed in-gaining of knowledge by motivation for learning-was some- times a dreary one, sometimes a bright one, depend- ing on the response of those in their classes. Often their efforts crashed against .the stone wall of teenage unconcern. At other times the onrush of intellectual curiosity carried them along in as eager anticipation as that shown by their students. In addition to the duties of teaching subject mat- ter, faculty members enjoyed family responsibilities and participated in church and community interests. They crowded into their busy lives advanced courses to complete higher degreesg and they took time out for travel, relaxation, and hobbies. AS MAINE 'WENT, so went the Bellamy-ites. Pep Clubbers gave Mrs. Greer, Miss Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Weaver a noisy sendoff to Cony High's 19th Annual Bellamy Award ceremonies. f 1 4 XWW ggi 'ver I' f fb. " he A ir. WILEY E. ALBERG, M.S. -Social Studies Assistant Coach Football, Basketball CLAYTON A. ANDERSON -Trade School Radio and TV MRS. .PATRICIA J. AUSTIN, B.S. -English Homecoming Assembly Assistant MARVIN BARTEL, B.A. -Ceramics Queen of Courts Assembly Assistant MRS. PAULA M. BARTLOXV, B.S. -French junior Class Sponsor, French Club Ass't MARVIN L. BAYLESS, M.S. 'TYPing Basketball Game Cadets , 2-5.2-iw.. ta ' ft - .i..iw1ijZ1.:-1-... K Xxx- .V 4. ' tb.tx:Ai4,,....:ji'gs5k s w -. - 4. or f was sf.. , s.fsf.,. .fc saw S-1-siss.E1"42'fl"f4' r3'I2fs.x'4"fiivfgfZf? xsfbss-Q-ysfgfjv ... flax-,,0,r ity? we-ss x .it mf-it A We1yQ5i.,w'?3if' aussi y?,,gg, +53 , . ,, 'Zj'QZ",,.xfG,.i-,..vj,5i . .. t,. me fe ' '. ' 'i ,cull-.H '..:fh1a.?.-A . .fifif-sa.'m-ffiA'2 i-X'5",Q f 5"Tf5fl.g., . . - - 3 -Q - l , . .. f ' ' iillifi ' 41:23- ,V . I ' n il i f ,. , ,.,k - .,k. -I K V.gvW 2...1 .J '," . f . 2 toto f .T .T T ggi Q. V ,,,.., - .35 . ' . ., ",' . . ' ff ' ' za.. 'Z' ff' wi ' ' .cz-2.-stair: .- . 'f ' ...W S Q? ' ' . f .ff4::. "F :yt 5 " -' .. .,g.,g .1 'f eff- 4 -. ang.. . , .1 - . Y .,-k . ,,,,,,,,,, , . . . A. at ,. . CHESTER A. DAVENPORT, B.S. -Mathematics Assistant Track Coach JOHN R. DEAN, Ms, -Social Studies Basketball Coach, Sophomore Football HAROLD E. DILLEY, M.A. -Social Studies Youth for Christ, Cafeteria Lzmcll liars EDNA L. DRURY, M.A. -Latin, Spanish Departmental Chairman, Latin Club MRS. MABEL EDMUNDSON, B.S. -Study Hall All-Sch00lPa1'ty, Program Assistant H. F. ELLITHORPE, M.S. -Chemistry As.s't Basketball Game Cadets my '.f. ff,, .. JOHN P. BLEVANS -Trade School Photography DONALD C. BLISS, B.S. -Physical Education, Driver Training lV7'f'.Sfl1'7Ig Coach, Ass't Football. Trade l,Ol'IS L, CAGLE. M.S. -Vocational Office Machines Busimtss Education Club, B-E Day Ass'l IAMES F. CODER, B.,-X. -Social Studies Hl-Y,Sl71fll'77fElPI'll0II.Y mio J, co1.ToN, B.S. -Auto Mechanics, Driver Education opml House, Conctfsxion Sianrl MRS. EMALENE CORRELL. B.,-X. -Social Studies junior Rod Cross Assistant MRS. IRVIN COVVCER, BA. -Library Assistant HOMER S. COY -Trade School Electricity RALPH M. CRAYVFORD -Trade School Machine Shop 'Q 'gf 'j j K ' 7 . V w. .A .W ax.. .Ng " ' -.115 f-V.. v f z .... ,, vbg, W.. J, k V' . i q-5,2 fr , Z Q 33, I , .ff ,. if f Z if' .1 W fff f . 7 1 f f , f XZ! y f.f 4 t f ff we f f rf: - f. gn ', . A wa. ay . , . . . . .... yff.2'if,-59' ' 5:ft,W If 4' .pci , ' - I -. ,Y .. -gfiffif X25 . !' ' 4 " f-., I' . ,J ff .25 4, M 'www - yy? ' ff - ' . Z2-1 , fq ff--.,J.9f. f fa f fx f.. f f 'Ill f V. Mil . . ,QV 1 f IM! .,-Q, M ft Of . .rfgy .M-vt . My ,W-1 ,Q ff .-My . ., ..,. ,f f , ' 'f f ww.: Hy... it f SZ I , ii.t. .W - -V. .. , ff! ,ff Q! L... DANA L. ERWIN, M.S. -Mechanical Drawingg Cafeteria Supervisor, Coach Cross Country, Track, Locks and Lockers BERNICE L. FINLEY, M.A. -Clothing, Social Living, Home Decoration Dep't Chairman, City Supervisor, Usher Club MRS. VIVIAN B. FITTS, B.S. -English Ass't Homecoming Halftime Activities ELBERT M. FLY, JR., M.S. -Vocal Music Operetta, Music Assemblies, Civic Concerts MRS. MARJORIE L. FRENCH, M.S. -Mathematicsg Supervisor Grades 7-12, Departmental Chairman, Math Club CLYDE E. GILBERT, B.S. -Printing, Vocational Printing Basketlmll Timer, Senior Lines of March BONUS TIME. Well-fed Guild members chat at the fall picnic. K. P. DUTY. A clean-up squad of Knecht, Pringle, Johnson, and Ham digs in. ROGER L. GINAVAN, B.A. -Mathematics Coach Sophomore Football, Basketball, Track MRS. NVILLIAM GREER, M.A. -journalism, English: Bellamy Publicity, Publications, Quill and Scroll TORRENCE E. HAAG -Trade School 'Welding EDYVARD F. HADDEN, M.S. -Biology, Chemistry Science Club ROBERT M. HALLMAN, M.M.E. -Orchestra, String Ensembles Operetta, Music Assemblies, Band Ass HARRIET HAM, M.A. -English, Reading Future Teachers of America MRS. HELEN C. HANNA, B.S. -Study Hall All-School Party, Girls Pep Club Ass't VERNON G. HAYES, M.A. -Visual Education, Study Hall Lost and Found, Films K. JUNE HENDERSON, M.A. -Mathematics Chess Club 'r Q ' X " 1 X s . xg x , " .l,,,?rg , ' -.f- Q '4 'J' ' " ' I Ki SM x r 'ii' Q gi? rv , c A Q ' ay? . 2,5 ' fluff X9 sf if 4 s S .f A iw gpm r rllee T' . I , A it y ty, A A . .M .fm MARTHA HERRICK, M.A'. -English, Drama, Stagecraft Drama Coach, Thespians. Masque and Wig JAMES M. HILL, M.A. -Social Studies, Debateg Rep Council, Debate Coach, National Forensic League E. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, B.A. -French American Field Service, French Club MARY E. HOPKINS, M.A. -Englishg Departmental Chairman, Supervisor Language Arts Grades 7-I2 FRANCES S. HUTCHISON, M.S. -Botany, Biology Play Cadets MRS. SHIRLEY A. HUTTENHOFF, B.A. -Clothingg Daisy Chain, Future Homemakers, Operetta Costumes JOYCE M. JANOUSEK, B.S. -Typing . Future Buszness Leaders of America NORMAN E. JOHNSON, M.S. -Social Studies Student Council, Civil Defense Rep. J. NV. JONES, M.S. -Physics Departmental Chairman MRS. ESTHER G. KINGMAN, M.E. -Mathematics Business Illanager Masque-Wig, Your Shou' LLOYD W. KISTLER, B.A. -Social Studiesg Rep Council Ass't, Homecoming Parade, Washington-N. Y. Trip CLOVIS L. KNECHT, B.S. -Biology Boys' Pep Club, Football Field Duties CHESTER A. LANEY, B.S. -Physical Educationg Intramurals, Golf, Swimming Coach, Swim Club, Coin Club NANCY D. LARMER, M.A. -English Honor Pep Club, Pep Club, Cheerleaders MRS. HAZEL F. LINGO, M.S. -English Red Cross Club H . fy, . 'f ef. ' ' I '.fV I . .f ' eff...-A - , T -1L?f f2T" -1, O X f ' f, if f 80, A f f 4 I l fy , , Af ef A F VK ,VVV ' I I ,lain K f: V . .- , , ' f fys! W1 f Z f mf W 54 ,ff f x03 my 1' J? f ff f f sig gi yy, if .1 o f f 7 f f 1 f J f f U 'J X. S" r E " K . 2' ' .., J ,. J , f . . , ., . RUTH M. LOOMIS, M.A. -Foods Guest Teas and Receptions JOHN E. LUND, M.A. -Stenography Open House Assistant MRS. MURIEL E. MCCORMICK, B.A. -Social Studies Ass't Student Council, All-School Party MRS. ELAINE L. MCDONNELL, B.S. -Shorthand, Business English, Queen of Courts, Future Business Leaders Ass't MRS. ESTHER M. MCENTIRE, B.S. -Mathematics Capper junior High 8th, 9th Grades C. J.,McKEE, M.A. -Vocal Musicg Departmental Chairman, Assemblies, City Music Supervisor 1 ' X ..,r e x' f I ,.., 84 , X.,x up S c, , . ' If ,-s 'I ' is 3 3 f '47-Z-J if: -fl-QXZIQ' 1 ,g -- A 'atm 1-1 X Y- 'fzf5f5..'1 e iff-1 Y ' ""176',"z lf, fi9iffiff.s5Jfifi7v2 If rx , QQ 3 f X- 1 L ,,1L . - Qg, .r . 3 -V ,fi - '15 ii. ' -..4.,,:g,:if 7i475Q3?ffsfj11i2' t , -A Gill vi gfcxi. , jf j , ,X f- ,"-- f sa,i,,. ..r,.i-. j b l , j.j,j jpjjjji I r Faculty Togefherness Develops Accumulative Strengths TROY'S TEACHERS were "joiners" in the best sense of the Word. They joined their fellow workers in the Guild, the Majority Club, and the Men's Club. They joined the Topeka and Kansas teachers and enjoyed the benefits of the National Educational As- sociation. They joined in roundtable discussions, de- partmental meetings, study groups, demonstrations. Each joined a particular group of students in ad- vising and sponsoring some extra-curricular activity. Thus, the contents of each teacher's billfold would probably reveal memberships and "credit cards" in all fields -where "In Union There Is Strength." l5E'l"l'ER LIVING through chemistry was Mr. Ellitlrorp's slogan in "Your Show." Mr. Kistlerjucame on" next. 1 DONALD E. MADL, M.S. -English: Senior Class Sponsor, Class Day All-School Party Program Chairman MRS. VIVIAN M. MARSHALL, B.S. -Home Nursing and Management, Clothing Future Nurses, All-School Party Royalty BILL MATTHEWS, B.A. -English Boys Pep Club Assistant MARILYN L. MILLER, A.M.L.S. -Head Librarian Library Club, Bellamy Award Week ROBERT B. MILLS, M.E, -Biology Co-Director Science Seminar MRS. THOMAS J. MORGAN, B.S. -Physical Education CARL K. NALL, M.S. -Vocational Retail Selling Business Education Club, All-School Party GEORGE R. NEADERHISER, M.S, -Band, Ensembles, Orchestra Assistant Operetta Business Mgr., Music Assemblies HARRY B. NELSON, M.S. -Drawing, Painting Art Consultant, Decorations Coordinator ZV , ily ROBERT NELSON, B.S. -Mathematics Top-Hi Amateur Radio Club MRS. RUBY M. NORRIS, M.S. -Mathematics Math Club Assistant LOREN M. NUZMAN, M.E. -Mfoodworkingg Departmental Chairman, Caps and Gowns Check MRS. BETTY J. PENNEY, B.A. -English RUTH A. PHILLIPS, M.S. -Physiology Future Nurses Club MRS. JUDITH A. PRICE, B.S. -Typing A.s.s't Pep Club, All-School Party if lf ' 74-1, E 5 yy' A REAL BUST. New teachers Wurtz and Austin get "the works" from old-timer Madl's "initiation.' 1 l Q HELPING HANDS-six of them. Mrs. Bartlow aids Q float builders Bob Brown and Caroline Greer. . 3 , V,1, .,.. , L ' fear' www i an-ff f 27 4 4 , " ff C If ff 4. , gpm! laid!! 1 gf., f , A A f , JACK B. PRINGLE, M.A. -Social Studies Key Club, Student Elections Assistant ROBENA PRINGLE, M.A. -Social Studies, Department Chairman, Supervisor Social Studies Grades 7-I2 MRS. RUBY REED, B.S. -English, Public Speaking, Homecoming, Queen of Courts Halftime Ass't, Operetta LARRY M. REID, B.A. -Boys' Physical Education: T-Club, Dejft Chairman, Head Football Coach CHARLES SHOYER, B .A. -Radio, Electricity Check Stand Workers, P. A. System MRS, SALLY M. SIMPSON, B.A. -Spanish Spanish Club, AFS Club Assistant ROBERT E. SOUDERS, M.S. -Mechanical Drawing, Machine Shop Stage Sets for Assemblies, Operetta MRS. CLAUDE E. SPENCER, B.S. -Girls' Physical Education, Intramurals, Dejft Chairman, Modern Dance, Squid Club MRS. CATHARINE L. STRAHM, M.S. -Spanish, Latin Sophomore Class Sponsor, Queen of Courts W 1 4 ' I ft fr ,f Q , ff f Q f Xffff le KX f 1 , - , L . f A 41, V H M '2 ff 4 I" 40 Q 2 . ,-A. r .2 i a.'gc:E:z:.-:r ,. is 2 " s:i'PS'fff:1! 312253232 gi .M 1 1 4 if-.rf-,g Q?EE?5f:sf1l5f2f'f,-V 1 1 V+--f .:1::3,w . . ,. .17 vf '-,g , .- ,21,t,f, .Lai gagiin ky , fvrfffwf, Mp.-, -1.34 fl. ,.,'y,,. ., -Mgyfvfi.. t,,,.. rm., . r .,.,, i,,., l r s ,i'l H' ' 'ti' t If M" . .,.,. .. X Aiwa., 7 .ii 4 s '4 1,-Q ' AQreX:Q,fz.2! I -, ,.,,. ' '-'L IL-4 f' " Z ' , ' 'f?5ff5'I- -f " A42-'f ,' I' . f, ff -, ' 5 , 3 Q r , ing.. , "' , I , . , i, V I A C ' Vi a , ,,,' - i '-" . f ',.,f' I 'ff' ,tg of si. gir l- Vfgn g. ' ILQSLTZ7 1 1 l if S - , ,.s.s. A . 1 f ' ' , fr g - "'. If f , 1 f 4 ,W 'gf X9 for , ff, . 3252 2 ,,.,, yr , ,L . . ffm 2 ' I .Z 7. , r i i it sl.. l ':'f,f' Cf, ,, ' ' ,:-s .,. XL ,f.,.- if, f if ff f 7 4 f Z2 W gf ff f Q f ff ,,,, ' f Vfifiii ,-,. - , , A K. 'sv ,at.,,,, It if I" '42 g' 444 1 4 , My MRS. JAMES E. SUMMERS, B.S. -Clothingg Ass't Future Homemakers, Queen of Courts Halftime Assistant JESSE F. TEEL, JR., Ms. -Bookkeeping, Business 'Law, Arithmetic Dep't Chairman, Safety Club, Ass't FBLA LEO E. THOMAS, M.S. -Typing, Office Machines Activity Ticket Sales MRS. SUZANNE TOMLINSON, B.A. -English Homecoming, Class Day Assemblies HAROLD E. VAN SLYCK, M.S. -Social Studies ,Iaybees Club, Assistant Civil Defense MEL G. VILLEME, M.E. -Biology, Physiologyg Tennis Coach, Ass't Coach Football, T-Club 4 f mhz. WD' JAMES H. YVALKER, B.S. -Metal Shop, Auto Mechanics Football Game Cadets JEAN XVALTERSCHEID. BS. -Physical Education Cirlx' Intramurals, Troy janet REX C. VVEST, B.S. -General Science, Biologyg Intramurals, A.ss't Concession Stand Sponsor GERTRUDE S. VVHEELER, B.A. -English, Speech Ass't Playls, Thespians, Masque and Wig VANCE C. YVILLIAMS, M.S. -English Cameraman for Athletic Department MRS. FAYEBEN W. YVOLFE, M.S. -Art Crafts Queen of Courts Halftirne Program VVALTER A. WOLFE, M.E. -Bookkeeping, Typing Hall Supervisor, Caps and Gowns MRS. EDITH WOODWARD, B.S. -Englishg Queen of Courts Varsity, Homecoming Halftime Ceremonies PHILIP WURTZ, B.A. -English Assistant Boys' Pep Club I .ii , -" 1 -. . ,f , , ,, - auf-5 ,. .L fff i pw! f X X . f f 1 ,W A 2 f fr 1' af 5 W ' f f 5 Z' i f X .f X X j , I 7 f f KMQI W! v 'Y A- X :,5il'ff,1 ' I 'hffiii' f W--1,-...A-cz., L X 4' 'Nzzv 3, YV ZZZX , I leli f , I ,I .-'e 1. ---r.-, 1 I -, ,,. Q r ,,rf-:fe iiflijil ,fo ' "a7'.,E? . ' f iiefif .'.e . ' , -'.- 111' ,Ti ,... 1 v-,,. ,A 5 .,., " f if JACK P. YOUNG, B.S. -Vocational Auto Mechanics EUNICE YOUNGQUIST, B.S. -Cafeteria Director PERRY W. CHAMNESS, M.S -Trade School Director W, WALTER RUSSELL, M.A. -Director Adult Education , V 5, ,X 1 it-f :' ,,,. iii '-.:3'1:2'1.-.::.gI.-:- c .f, ,., K ...a,W , .V,. , , .. 'Q 0' X 'ii A if 'J' its-MX 2. fk,- ,,'L X .5--, - .. 1 ,. . XLL1x AW iii .. , i -:'V '4 K Xe s M . X X X V' T X Q' ix? L , LmL L . is A .SX g s Q . 5' - 1 Xu. .GLX i ,H ffwrw-lisf .wt A , - X :ef- sf.-.xxf-,f5c,s . . -2 fi'figif'if-eff 'I-z'lfisf-Q mln- r .cec I if e is one Q," .. fi-fiiii'-iii . - .tr affic f s B X 1 , . . se , X V U? s,'f.ffJ xx, g 'gsm 4 s ,Q 225, as Q .x sw f' 4 4: 4 ,sm f 45 Q 2 r ' Q X N Q Q . . . fea- 4 by y , F: K 2 'ef 9 jg , , E M ss -9 I S ,A 4 Gi QW wi' y 4, f' - Q 7 1 s .. .. . , .. . i it - 'H - "' 21-ag. ' w:.s,:r- isi, 'f . .. T 7 rf f v pu Y Q 6 :'. Mrs. Lillian Ash Mrs. Byron Boon, R.N. Mrs. Dorothy Boylan Mrs. Dorothy Ford Mrs Ruth Gladfelter Mrs Betty Greamba Cafeteria Secretary School Nurse Lib. Cat. Room Dep't Secretary Lib Cat Room Bookkeeper Mrs. Inez Harder Alice Hoad Mrs. Estelle Rings Erna Sibberson Mrs L W Thomas Mrs Naomi Woodburn Sec. Dean of Boys Registrar Switchboard Attendance Secretary Guidance Secretary Office Manager Ojjice Personnel Demands of All Types Keeps Workers on Toes OFTEN TAKEN for granted, Troy's efficient office staff kept pace with the ever-demanding needs of 2200 students and put into operation the wishes and directives of the administrators. Duties varied from cataloguing and renting books to ordering food sup- plies, typing bulletins, putting through long distance calls, and answering mail. Mindful of the Welfare of both student body and faculty, Nurse Boon and her corps of proctors kept records, gave tests, and promoted health standards as well as tended to emergency physical needs. A portion of the staff remained on duty twelve months of the year and continued Work on enroll- ment, financing, and scheduling from june to Sep- tember. Thus, the thousand-and-one details of clos- ing one year and opening another gave round-the- calendar duties to the "front office" personnel. A SENIOR'S best friend. Preparing, filing, and mailing transcripts is the time-consuming job of Registrar Hoad. 6 CII' meh EDUCATION for youth, like the need for clear think- ing and the right to speak and worship, was the corner- stone in the development of the early Kansas spirit of progress. From the one-room building that housed classes for the children of the pioneers the multi-faceted schools of today have grown. Trojans have been fortu- nate because their surroundings have been comfortable and adequate, their instruction comprehensive, and their "towers" have pointed upward to wide-spread goals. Theirs is a proud and fond heritage. THE HUNT SCHOOL near Leavenworth where Buffalo Bill learned his ABCs CUPOLA on Troy's "Halls of Learning." A A ' 41 'ff I ,QW , 1 ' ' W, ' L X f iffy? , , K 7 mfff f f , X I f 42,5 ,,., , 4 I " Q m,M.,fggf?IiH', V - ,fra 1 r K In flffff , .,,,, 444 THE BIG PUSH of junior research absorbs Perm Blair, Bob Mitchelson, and Jerry jones. JOURNALISM students turn-to on Fridays to fold WORLDS. fffffffr ,ff K2 , f 7 aff -wwf' X f Y"Ka."?W2A Q ,W if 1 ow,-'M i?ff',5 V415 QC "-uf J "'7.,f,w ., ,,,,-, .af W , 5 I, READING speeds get diagnosed by Gladys Hojnacki, james Bruce, Connie I-Iaughey, Kay Mathes, Tom Gooch, Fred Cunningham. Concentrated Efforts Stress National Trend THAT NOTHING should supersede the teaching of the language arts in the Topeka public schools was the basic intent of the faculty of this vital de- partment. A balanced program emphasized grammar and rhetoric on the one hand and literary highlights on the other. Following the prescribed sophomore and junior courses, seniors chose to review technical English, survey the world's literature, or explore creative writing. Speech training, reading improvement, play production, and journalism were based on particular needs or drew on special talents. Alert to changing goals, the "Conant Methodn was tried on all levels, a system of smaller classes and heavy emphasis on writing skills. Once again the sequence classes challenged students to coordi- nate their English and social studies projects. And finally, in an attempt to polish up literary efforts, many students entered poems and essays in local and national contests, while all were encouraged to read as widely as possible to develop an appreciation of the "wonderful world of books." Miss Hopkins ........ Department Chairman Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Fitts, Mrs. Greer, Miss Ham, Miss Herrick, Miss Larrner, Mrs. Lin- go, Mr. Madl, Mr. Matthews, Mrs. Penney, Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Tomlinson, Miss Wheeler, Mr. Williams, Mrs. Woodward, Mr. Wurtz. SENIOR English tests occupy Mrs. Lingo's class. Masala!-any SYMBOL of the "teachers' load", Mrs. Penney checks over notebooks. 27 ANGLE 2's solution pleases Kathy Houseworth. f 'www'-wwf iflflilffi . . . ,W 7 , , swimsuit --- fy ' xwmsxx " ' " ARC XA pinpoints Jon James' problem. EVERYTHING comes in geometric patterns that interest Steve Ridgeway and Ed Hoover. ff f i ii 7 X Z,-51,05-.. f if , af f X 5 A , Q 1 f A M .2 X i sm? f E11 516 M A f , X C , 4 ' 3? as QV! 252 3 wifi P ' 1, 1 t ea-s it 'T , 155. t E35 ,"f 5 xii if Q 1 EX 1 6 l 1' Z F 1 3 5 Mathematics 'Depth' Appreciation to Basic Studies SYSTEMATIC methods of reasoning and the neces- sity of "depth" comprehension were accented in both the general and advanced courses from basic math through algebra and geometry to EPSI. Whether or not a student showed a "genius" rating, he was made aware of the values of the subject in its every- day applications as Well as being stimulated to in- vestigate wide open scientific fields. Concerned with the stronger demands of colleges for stepped-up programs on the junior high and high school levels, a city-wide math study, set up by the department chairman and her committees, gave im- petus to additional teacher training. This in turn was reflected in students' interests, accomplishments, and career plans. As an example, K.U.'s summer camp accepted Judy Bo-denhausen, Ken Wilke, Gary Scott, and Pat Baude for further advancement and the challenge of working with other top students from all over the country. Mrs. French ......... Department Chairman Mrs. Kingman, Miss Henderson, Mrs. Norris, Mr. Davenport, Mrs. McEntire, Mr. R. Nelson DRAWING trouble plagues Richard Valentine. EXTRA reading acts as a booster for Cheryl Ogg and Sarge Laird. l HSIMPLE! Simple!" Mr. Nelson has just watched a big error being Ubornt' on John Stone's paper. . 9. etafbsstmg 10. eomwhhvfz 4 .1 1 4 QW eToclay's View Includes Science Challenge WHY DOES it tick? How is it measured? Where'd it come from? VVhat's it made of? are questions that confront mankind from the cradle to the grave. Many are completely answered during the lower gradesg others take the maturity of high school in- vestigation, and still others are theoretical and prob- lematical and their answers project into career plan- ning. Troy's forty-five classes of general science, biology, botany, physiology, physics, and chemistry were crowded with students eager to understand the present day's emphasis on both the physical and natural sciences. Special studies in the teaching areas developed new methods in the presentation of the sciences ir1 order to encourage career planning. The Science Seminar, in its second successful year, brought in professional speakers and teams to demonstrate spe- cialized areas. In addition, University Science Days, field trips, and the annual Science Fair stimulated out-of-class experimentation and research. Mr. jones ....,....... Department Chairman Mr Ellithorpe, Mr. Hadden, Mr. Villene, BOTANY jean Loughmiller is lost in a Jungle My Mills. Mm Hutchison' MT. Knechtl Miss Phillips, Mr. West PHYSICS Dave Nelson and Ann Barry pre- pare an experiment on heat and weight. CHEMISTRY. "Stir itg let it settle, check reaction." A problem absorbs ex- perimenters Dan Warner, Max Wells. PHYSIOLOGY. Shocking facts about nar- cotics revealed by Lt. Gerald Federgreen I amaze Sharon Rogers and her classmates BIOLOGY. Claude Carpenter performs "Operation Earthwormf' GENERAL SCIENCE students get instructions from Mr. West. is I 1 47... is wif., X Q X WJ 7, 5 , 3 A FIELD trip takes Jim Mize, Herb Langsdorf, Mickey Miles, Larry Callahan, Larry Claspill, Mike Davis, Gary Netson, and Dave Kennedy through the new tunnel on a State House visit. i HISTORY comes alive in Mr. Van Slyck's class. 32 CENTENNIAL spirit in pictures pleases Joyce VVyrnore, Nancy King, Sara Senne. . 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Jim McHenry, Vivian Williams, Nancy jo Egy, Nadia Ramzy, and Ralph Muxlow. ALL SET. Mr. Weaver lends a helping hand to departees Ken Wilke, Jim Nordstrom, Tom Rose. f NOVICE DEBATERS. Front Row: Cheryl Ogg, Karen Welscher, Leslie Mack- ey, William Porter, Marjorie Horwitz, Robert Parker. Row 2: Harold Scheisser, David Alexander, Michael Beeson, Karla McFarland, Lyman Hughes, Calvin Berggren, Austin Coleman. Row 3: Pamela Rouse, Nan- cy Leonard, Larry Reibstein, Gregory Yardley, Louis Floyd, Keith Searcy, Suzanne Hughes. Row 4: Walter Hillmer, John Adams, Martin Ahrens, Michael Palle- sen, Loren Hohman, Terry Modlin, Elaine Roberts. Q 'fp' "FIRST of all . . Vivian Williams stresses a point. SCOREBOARD Advanced Fredonia . . . .............. ..... T hird Russell . . . .......... ..... F ourth Ft. Scott .... .... T hird Hutchinson ...... .... T hird Emporia ............ ..... T hird District-Lawrence ..... ..... S econd State-Manhattan ................... Third Novice Washington-Wyandotte-Vallev Center Sunflower League . . . Third ADVANCED DEBATERS. Sitting: Kathie Rhodes, Na- dia Ramzy, Nancy Egy, Mary Meehan. Row 2: john Wake- man, Ken VVilke, Ralph Mux- low, Jim Nordstrom. Row 3: Tom Rose, Gary Scott, Larry Kelly, Steve Heinz. Row 4: Ben Franklin, Jim McHen- ry, and Allan Eberhart. Debate Sturdy Efforts County Record Grows WITH BRIEF cases packed and mental notes organ- ized, Trojan debaters were a constant asset to the school and area in the field of good public relations as well as specific capabilities. They carried the l960 question of "Resolved: That the United Nations should be significantly strengthened," to tourneys throughout Kansas, and their commendable record reflected high spirits and good sportsmanship. In the past ten years of competition, squads have brought back from the State Tournaments five firsts, one second, and two thirds. As spring advanced, underclassmen began the study of next year's topic, and hopes for even better showings have stimulated both novices and lettermen in rigid research and concentrated practice of good techniques. Pep Club's backing of school support was of advantage in bringing "intellectual contests" to the popularity status of athletics and politics on the Trojan home field, and the bulging trophy cases were testimony of that accomplishment. Mr. Hill ...Coach M., ? 'Z 5 n Q I ,f-f"' A DIP into French literature reflects depth of thought on Steve Burgess' face. TWO approaches to language study. 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Business Competent Preparing NN Q -s SQ Fosters Job Security sts NVIDE COVERAGE and adequate preparation were provided several hundred business students at THS. Training was intended to improve their clerical skills and prepare them for the conditions, needs, and possibilities of openings in their chosen career fields. Typing, shorthand, transcription, stenography, and business machines emphasized the basic methods and perfected speed and accuracy. General clerical procedures covered as broad a field as its name im- plied, while such specific courses as bookkeeping, business law, English, and arithmetic combined theory with practice into valuable education. Co-operative retail selling and office practice classes enabled selected vocational commerce stu- dents to acquire first-hand experience while supple- menting their incomes. In this teacher-employer-em- ployee relationship, known as Distributive Educa- tion, students entered offices and businesses during afternoon working hours. Such "laboratory" train- ing gave them an introduction into post-graduate job planning where their careful adherence to good business practices made a demand for their services and gave them "an edge" over the untrained. Mr. Teel ............ Department Chairman THE ART of Sharon Blevans' stencil making is helped along by Mr. Thomas. TRYING for "letter perfect" samples poses a problem for Gale Howard and Richard Schroeder. Mr. Bayless, Miss janousek, Mr. Lund, Nlrs Price IVIrs McDonnell Mr. Thomas, Mr. Wolfe 39 FLUID dance techniques are practiced by Jeannine Thomann, Belinda Brown, Loie Stone, Patti Hicks. ARCHERY calls for good weather, high spirits. 4f,+ f- af '!!Q ., my -as xsvatf Phys Ea' gwell-Rounded Agenda Sportsmanship IMPROVING health, bettering sportsmanship, and enjoying new sports experiences were headliners in the well planned programs of this vital department. Gym, pool, and field all had their devotees. Uni- versal participation in swimming, hockey, volleyball, fencing, and the trampoline were included in the sophomore year. For those with particular interests and aptitudes, advanced sports added golf, archery, bowling, modern dance, and a variety of competi- tive games depending largely on the weather. A Senior Leader program added a final round of training for girls who showed career interests in the Phys Ed fields in either avocational sports or the teaching profession. They adapted themselves to sit- uations in which they accepted leadership responsi- bilities or performed routine instruction in gym- nastics or sports. Mrs. Spencer ......... Department Chairman Mrs. Morgan, Miss Walterscheid TRAMPOLINE enthusiast Carla Rust demonstrates a "seat drop" for Sara Davis and Crosby Crosby. SIGNALS! A m1dmorn1ng class plays touch football -Innes E03 o IL v llw C cu ig m E? ' m QF 3 I3 -U3- m :ann -+ c 5':: : :L Om. 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Department Chairman Mr. Laney, Mr. Bliss HHORSIN' around." Max Wells pauses after a special workout. 42 51090 K V . G h mk, FA, CLASS instruction with Mr. Laney TUMBLING "tumble-Weeds." Front Row: john Adams, Mac McGinnis. David Ross, John White, Brian Keith, Van Crary. Row 2: Bill Huff- man, Tom Salsbury, Gerry Harvey, jack Rickson, Don Humbert. Top Row: David Stillie, Harlan Schlicher, Lou Salters, Ron Wilson If ' M' f v V , V fy A , 1, y AV , , , 417 W " f ' L' ,fy f , 7 Q ' X f . f ' 7 X K 1 X V , A ft f ? ff ' - WE? , fr ,p , A 1 4 4 , ff L Eff f , I ff , V K I 42,1 1 W ,J I ,jig 4 17771 Mwwmfmr.zgQfzaWMcnmwwwwew-wwwmM , VOLLEYBALL workout 43 Z0 4 4 f.f,f af, Q , 4, ,, , W0 "haf gr, My ' iw-4,11 ,597 is M. Economics aBaIanced Program Aid wg 'Complete Living' WHAT MAKES a house a home? What makes "home" and 'fliving" synonymous to women? Girls in Home Economics classes reached the answers through learning the fundamentals of nutrition, clothing, textiles, home management, interior deco- ration, and social living. Coordinating these, they were provided with a sound background which tends to enhance the dignity of the American Home. Home Economics is the one profession which of- fers opportunities for the practical application of the Arts and Sciences in the preparation of young women for homemaking or special careers in related fields. In a wide-open range with no male competition, girls can choose costume designing, fashion coordi- nating, dietetics, interior decoration, teaching, coun- selling, journalism, home service directing, or exten- sion specializing. Whether a girl planned a career, family, or both, she gained through this department a sense of respect and values in which she will be better prepared to fill her place in adult society and be more capable of meeting her obligations in home and community. Miss Finley ........., Department Chairman Miss Loomis, Mrs. Summers, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Huttenhof FROM FLOOR plans to buying materials needed to cover foot- stools and sofa cushions, Linda McEntire, Carol Strobel, and Susan Ebel allow imaginations free rein in home decoration. -ii., YUM-M-M-m-m-wah fles. Donna Laster and Carol Gager enjoy a nour- ishing breakfast while Sandy Brown and Paul- ette Mfood get some of the sewing underway. 45 ,,,..--4 1 , A ,I I I 5. im, . I I . , ,, - v CUSTOMER Bob Rightmore and proc- CHECK this one. Miss Miller helps Larry Reebstein. tors Tanya McCoy and Pamela DeLong. Librapf M2 Great World of Books ff , aSpreclds Cul for Troy W ,AMID surroundings that speak of architectural beauty and the cultural background of letters, Tro- jan students enjoyed the special privilege of a supe- rior school library. Well-fillecl book shelves, hundreds of periodicals, stacks of reference materials, and the services of reader advisers were successful in proving the quotation carved in stone over the southeast door that "Books are friends .... " Boosting the theory that books should be owned as well as borrowed, the Third Annual Paperback Book Fair enjoyed a week of record sales and in- terest. Of the 4,341 volumes sold, Rogefs Thesaurus and Gone With the Wind were again among the ten top favorites. The library staff Worked diligently to maintain high standards and to be progressive in its perma- nent purchases. Miss Miller conducted surveys and training classes, spoke to large and small groups, and aided teachers in making the unusual library facili- ties an integral part of all subject matter. Miss Miller ........ ,..... . ..Head Librarian Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Gladfelter, Mrs. Boylan 46 CATALOGUER Boylan with Dave Miller. -'Cx fm B 1 ,K , 1 'iw' , at ,,,,M-a-M fmi 2.39 BOOK FAIR. Ted Richardson, John Nelson, Carroll Reynolds, Rubert Blankenship, and Roger Williams. .,.f' H,- PAPER due Monday! Lewis Berey, Vernon in Turner, and Bill Brad- ford take on a big job. 3 ' PRETTY and pert, Edona Halleck "sits" for a sketching class. CREATIVENESS emerges in ceramics classes x-duff x..,JXNW 48 PORTRAITURE. Trish Kennedy is the model Randy Marling the artist TORCH techniques of Steve Swartzel COLOR-HAPPY, Judy Dixon gathers to- gether a whole palette of bright tones. iw.-swf interest jim Bickell and Greg Kamowski. Crajls Many Fields Native Ability ORIGINALITY, imagination, and interpretation were the keystones of Troy's art department. Students developed techniques along with pleasing results in the fields oi painting, design, illustrating, lettering, layout Work, weaving, leather tooling, wood carving, ceramics, mosaics, costume designing, and metal smithing. Fundamentals of art were learned in first year classes when novices explored ceramics, crafts, and painting in a tri-term schedule. Advanced students enjoyed varied creative outlets and achieved recog- nition in gallery displays. To broaden interests, volunteers added artistic touches to school activities by way of window displays, and silk-screened posters. Mrs. Wolfe .,........ Dcjmrtment Clmirmmz Mr. Nelson, Mr. Bartel 49 Choir, Madrigals Wide Repertoire Sets Performance Patterns ROBED in black with gold satin cowls, the Trojan choir was often on stage to share a deep love of music with an appreciative student audience. The versatile singers performed everything from religious numbers to popular Broadway tunes with the compe- tence of true musicians. Special music assemblies at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter found the choir performing new and traditional arrangements of well-loved numbers. As an additional treat to the whole school, Mr. Ely and his 6th Hour singers caroled through the halls during the week before the holiday vacation. Appearing in formal attire and in the Old Eng- lish banquet table tradition, the Madrigal Singers were a featured a cappella group. The three holi- day seasons brought many demands from local or- ganizations for guest appearances. Their repertoire stressed old European melodies, but folk tunes, spir- ituals, show numbers, and popular songs added to Troy's reputation of "The Best in Music" wherever the group was heard. Director ........ ...... M r. Fly 50 TROY'S pride and joy-The Black and Gold Choir fa r THE CHOIR. Front Row: Bonnie Knight, Gay Krion- deris, Alice Westlund, Bev Bailey, Peggy Shavey, Lynne Lieurance, Caroline Greer, Trisha Fisher, Sandra Woods, Marty Ladner, Jo johnson. Row 2: Lela Turner, Gin- ger Elliott, Karen Thompson, james Rapp, Kathy Croth- ers, Andrea Gresser, Belinda Brown, Sally Lauterbach, Barbara Bennett, Pat Casey, Marty Mills, and Mr. Fly. Row 3: Deanna Phelon, Mary Edmundson, Nan Wilkes, Marvin Kuehn, Stuart McCall, jay Boylan, Frank Chaflin, Tom Rose, Jim Parks, Larry Callahan, Carolyn Taylor, Kathie Hutsell, Fanny jovalis. Top Row: Dan Mcjunkin, David Craig, Kathy Hall, Barbara Cooper, Richard New- ton, Tom Grimes, Linda McCall, Marcia Oroke, Penny Wolffgang, Pete Stromquist, Harlan Jennings, Benson Hurd, jim Bunds. Pleasure crowns their effort. THE RAFTERS ring at the Madrigals' 4th Hour prac- tice session With Mr. Fly, Harlan, Jo, Carolyn, Marcia, Marvin, Pete, Bev, Ginger, Kathy, Bonnie, Stu, Frank. MADRIGALS in Troy's Great Hall. Sitting: Linda McCall, Harlan Jennings, Carolyn Taylor, Marcia Oroke, Pete Stromquist, Ginger Elliott, Kathy Crothers, Stuart McCall. Standing: Marty Ladner, Larry Callahan, Jo John- son, Marvin Kuehn, Bev Bailey, james Rapp, Bonnie Knight, Frank Chaffm 51 TROJANETTES. Front Row: Lois Axelton, Lea Hirshberg, Amy Roop, Linda Richel, Row 2: Joan Scott, Alyce Smith, Marita juergesen, Beverly Grid- ley, and Katizy Hogue. TROJANAIRES. Front Row: Lynne Lieurance, Barbara Bennett, Marty Mills, Alice Westlund, and Fanny jovalis. Row 2: Pat Casey, Kathie Hutsell, Sally Lauterbach, Penny Wolff- gang, and Deanna Phelon. Top Row: Kathy Hall, Nan Wilkes, Mary Edmondson. BOYS' VARSITY GLEE CLUB. Front Row: Mr. Fly, Kenny Mfarner, Preston Hoyt, Richard Virr, Kent Freeland, james Hurd, Dave Cowan, Ken Lomax, Dave Mann, Rubert Blankenship, Greg Vllingate. Row 2: Ron Clinkenbeard, Terry Modlin, Raymond Briggs, Rod Templin, Bob Brown, Dennis Hawver, Dan Lake, Steve Nors- worthy, Craig Stancliffe, Top Row: Carl Bartley, Bill Reed, Tom Magerkurth,Bob Lee, Gary Weav- . A . h . er, Ron Blanchard, john Martin, john Fly, Robert Farnsworth, Vernon Turner, Alan Smit , piano. 52 GIRLS' SENIOR GLEE CLUB. Front Row: Brenda Dudley, Janet Clark, Carol Hanna, Peggy Schwartz, Linda Richel, Amy Roop, Debbie Craver, Jeannie Fisher, Gail Levin, Martha Fly, Phyllis Lautz, Lanafaye Chisholm, Karen Steinmeyer, Lois Axelton, Ann Bates, Mr. Fly. Row 2: Alyce Smith, Connie Lance, Loretta Carter, Judy Branham, Sharon Blevins, Marilyn Collins, Marietta Stin- son, Ronna Stewart, Kathy Hogue, Beverly Gridley, Joan Scott, Lea Hirschberg, Virginia Helm, Carla VVeldon, Top Row: Nancy Erickson, Paula Grover, Melissa Barger, Linda Light, Carol Steele, Vera True, Marita Juergesen, Bonita Camp- bell, Loretta Lewis, Beth McKown, Judy Strahan, Marilyn West, Darlene Curry, Carolyn Sharkey, Wanda Scott, piano. 31:2 Glee Clubs Music Ensembles Sing For School, Communiiy "MUSIC, Spread Thy Voice Aroundf' was a popular number with the Girls' Glee Club, and its words established an appropriate theme for all the clubs and ensembles. Many types of music were intro- duced to each group, and selections from such well- loved musicals as South Pacific and Flower Drum Song balanced the traditional classics, ballads, folk songs, and spirituals. Using recording machines in the course of rehearsals, singers were able to be critical of their own efforts, and the directors could study strengths and weaknesses and determine the needs of particular groups. Spring festival competition required concentrated efforts in March practice sessions, and the annual spring concert for parents and friends brought all groups to performance peaks. The trio of holiday programs included special numbers as well as com- bined choruses. Trojanaires, Trojanettes, and Boys' Quartet were composed of selected voices from the larger groups. Each made several appearances before civic and church audiences, and Troy's "Sound of Music" not only filtered through the school, but streamed out over the community and sometimes over the air Fly' Marvin Kuehn, Stuart McCall, waves via the magic of radio and TV. Pete Stromquist, and Harlan Jennings. FOUR BASSES work out with Director Directors .... ..... IV Ir. Fly, Mr. McKee 53 Orchestra Members Tune Selves For Top Performances Z5 QUALITY of presentation blended the outstanding orchestral accomplishments of the 1960-61 season. Striving to "get into the swing" inthe early fall, the group prepared for their first appearance, the annual Pop Concert. Then spring found them polishing up numbers for a formal concert for parents and friends. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies were made more meaningful with the addition of accompaniment and solo numbers, while the pit or- chestra was outstanding in its support of the vocalists in South Pacific, again receiving rewarding applause. Performances before civic clubs and preparations for festivals and clinics gave added impetus to prac- tice sessions, and the active training ground of the Youth Symphony heightened appreciation. Several members served on the Civic Symphony advisory committee and Aloe Klugg and Marty Ladner won the Symphony's auditions and were featured in the Feb- ruary concert. Director .... ...... M r. Hallman Assistant. . . ..... Mr. Neaderliiser WAITING the flute ensemble practice session-George Knowles, Ann Thompson. 54 ENSEMBLES Mixed String Ensemble Boys' String Quartet Girls' Trio Flute Quartet lst VIOLINS Ann Ferrer Concertmistrms Kay Wallis Eric jackson Barbie Kibler Sharon Rogers Martha Guild Odette Hugucs judee Ash Lola Tumer Ginger Napue 2nd VIOLINS Patricia Gregg Principal Sandra Burrell Mary Murry Serena Risley Marilyn Slirtz Mary Campbell Barbara Bunch June Sewell james Hurd Garry Weir MEMBERSHIP VIOLAS james Buile Principal Ted Richarclnon Nancy Guthrie Barham Moore Sharon Kayhill CELLOS joel Lawson Principal Claudia Baldwin Martha Fly Mary Geiger Jeanne Howe Alice Adell Charlotte Langley BASSES Pete Stromquist David Kay Helen Langley Pat Oliver FLUTES Pat Kennedy Amy Roop Sandra Popham OBOES Dan Hathaway Bcsty Peannan ENGLISH HORN Besty Pearman CLARINETS Jeanine Frazier Katherine Hall Mark Wanamaker BASSOONS Charles Kesinger Myra Moreland FRENCH HORNS james Zimmerman Robert Edwards Eric Hawkins TRUMPETS William McDonald David Alexander Larry Masai .TRUMPETS Ronald McClellan William Thomas TUBA James Goodman TYMPANI Gaylon Umbarger PERCUSSION Duane Johnson Douglas Lester PIANO Mary Geiger STRING QUARTET. Eric jackson, Ist Violin Ted Richardson, 2nd Violin Joel Lawson, Cello James Basile, Viola STRING ENSEMBLE Jeanne Howe, Kay Wallis Barbie Kibler, Ted Richardson Ginger Napue, Nancy Guthrie David Kay, Claudia Baldwin Band of Music Lift Trojans to New Levels IN MID-FEBRUARY Troy's band and directors literally took a bow as they inaugurated another "first." The occasion was the receipt of the manu- script of Dr. Benjamin Dunford's composition, People of the South Wind, a Centennial suite. It was written especially for the group after the well-known composer had studied recordings and the recommen- dations of music critics. "The first time a major com- poser has been commissioned to write for a high school concert band," was Director Neaderhiser's proud comment. Long hours of practice as a marching band at fall athletic events built the confidence and spirit which grew through the winter months into concert stature, equal to the mature performance of the Centennial Suite at the annual spring concert. For the second year Mr. Don lacoby, trumpet vir- tuoso, was guest conductor for Troy's' colorful musi- cal group following a clinic of several hundred stu- dents from Eastern Kansas schools. His enthusiasm inspired both practice and concert performances and gave added vigor to the "Sound of Music" on the Trojan stage. Directors ..... Mr. Neaderhiser, Mr. Hallman 56 BAND OFFICERS. Sitting: Marilyn Duree .... Librarian Steve Nelson ...... President joe Klugg .... Vice-President Sally Potter Sec.-Treasurer Standing: Bob Lee ...... Soc. Chairman Sharon Rhodes .... Librarian Nancy Dittemore ........ Soc. Chairman Tim Stone ..... Bus. Manager I, 32 lf I-'LUTES Sally Potter Nancy Dittemore Myra Moreland Kathy Hogue Ann Thompson Shirley Short Dorothy Nelson Carolyn Dial Jim Vogel PICCALO Pat Kennedy OBOES Betsy Pearman Dan Hathaway Pat Oliver BASSOONS Jim Parks Charles Kcsinger FRENCH HORNS Harold Brown Steve Nelson Robert Edwards James Zimmerman Tom Blakely Eric Hawkins Joy Baggerly CLARINETS Cherlyn Seckinger Beverly Lewey Donna Lovell Sandra Martin Kirthen Brosamer Bill Mohne Gerry Sharkley Robert Paugh Robert Brown Kathy Hall Jeanine Frazier John Taylor Aaron Davis MEMBERSHIP ALTO CLARINETS John Fly Sharon Rhodes BASS CLARINET Marilyn Duerre CONTRA BASS CLARINET Linda Sanderson CORNETS Joe Klugg John Wheeler William McDonald Larry Masat Rudy Wrenick Gerry Young Erik Hedstrom David Belden David Alexander Igynda Layton eilJohnson Joe Gomez TRUM PETS Carl Hoffman Bob Phillips BARITONES Alice Adell John Oliver Kathy Baker BARITONE SAAPHONE Kenny Ticknor TENOR SAXAPHONES Jon M illihen Sylvia Camey Earl Wheeler Joyce Bonto Tom Judy SLEEPYTIME boy. Mr. Hallman gabs forty winks before halftime ceremonies. ALTO SAXAPHONES John Irwin Mike Heath Sharon Hillman Harry F elker Linda Angold Steven Padget TUBAS Bob Lee Jim Goodman Lany Kirkpatrick Earl Bracken David Myers TROMBONES Tim Stone Ronald McClellan Eddie Gonzalez Tom Marshall Charles Dodson Daniel Elder David Carr Richard Townley Ted Anderson Carl Schmitthenner DRUM MAJORS Joe Klugg Steve Nelson DRUMS Duane Johnson Skip Switzer Doug Lester Robert Warren Jackson Salters TYM PAN I Gaylon Umbarger MAJORETTES Ginny Wisler Sylvia Carney Janet Hayes Carol Heumann X , IN SHAKO and gold braid, joe Klugg is ready to step out in his Drum Major role. VIBRANT and chic, Majorettes Sylvia Carney, Carol Heumann, Ginny Wisler, and Janet Hayes strike up a smart pose. 58 TUNED IN to play on the strings of Troy's heart-james Hurd, june Sewell, Judee Ash. DIRECTORS Russell and Dean share an oflice. iff Related Schools gYear-Round Learning va aOffered in Overtime vi! THE FIVE-DAY-a-week school program was ex- panded with summer and night schools to provide the public with opportunities to make up credits or quench a thirst for extra subjects. English, social studies, biology, chemistry, and typing were offered in a concentrated eight-week summer session for several hundred area students. Catering to adults, the night school program included classes in Eng- lish, math, health, homemaking, crafts, mechanics, and other specialties. Recruited for duty, many Topeka High teachers doubled up and Worked the extra sessions. Their guidance plus the "overtime" facilities of the school made full use of Topeka's educational facilities. Mr. Dean .......... Director Summer School Mr. Russell .. .. .... Director Adult School CHEMICAL formulas occupied summer school days for Doug Hamilton, Susie Burrow, Nadia Ramzy. FORMER student Jim Irwin instructs in home decoration. 59 r v l 60' A-ffm! ff f MECHANICAL Drawing puts Harry Parker's dream house ideas into concrete form. METAL SHOP training helps Vernon Turner decide on a good career field. 4 Ina'ustrial Arts iff Trainees' Apfifucles -f 9: Distinguish Efforts EMITTING buzzes, thumps, squeaks, crashes, and the almost soundless scratch of the drawing pen, Trojan industrial arts rooms demonstrate that they are the "workshops of tomorrow." The curriculum boasts peak enrollment in a program of mechanical drawing and comprehensive training in basic radio, electricity, auto mechanics, and the metal and wood crafts. Young "Ben Franklins" admit to the attraction of power-driven presses while "Back-Stage Johnnysn get the feeling of importance as they build sets, lower curtains, and man the switchboard for school pro- grams. As a total result, handsome furniture, better- running cars, well-tuned radios, dreamhouse plans, attractive brochures, and unusual interest attest the competency of good instruction and adequate equipment. Akin to the field, yet set apart, Troy's driver education program gives hundreds of young people the assurance that one must "LEARN to drive to stay alive." Mr. Nuzinan ......... Department Chairman M'r. Colton, lllr. Walker, Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Bliss, Mr. Sanders, Mr. Erwin, Mr. Slzoyer. AUTO Mechanics. "Oh, Boy! It runs!', Don CCHIHVY6, Marvin Bredow, Maurice Robinson. V99 RADIO. Assembling a 5-tube set is basic training for Harry Ransier, Melvin Streeter, and Larry I'Voolridge. VVOODIVORKING, Bob Gonzales at the lathe ELECTRICITY. Dan Valdivia and Tony Romero make basic transformers. 5-.Y-.. 15 Nw Y ,M THE PRESS rolls for Spencer LaRue. CHECKING one-way streets Charlotte King, Betty Burgat Sue Patterson, and Mr. Bliss A TERRIFIC Trojan teacher! LIGHT cues demand all of Pete Strornquist's attention. 62 J Trade School Training Opportunity Assures Job Opening VOCATIONAL training was offered to apprentices and high school boys by this important part of the school system. VVell-qualified instructors and work- shops equipped with up-to-date tools aided the stu- dents in gaining knowledge and experience in the fields of photography, radio, TV, printing, auto mechanics, welding, machine shop, and electricity. Placed in these various fields through aptitude tests, students enrolled at the close of the sophomore year. After spending the first three hours of the school day in regular classes, they transferred to the Harrison Street building for vocational work. Upon completion of their training this spring, graduates will receive a special certificate in addition to a regular high school diploma. A close relation was maintained between the Trade School and Topekals labor and management committees. In addition, job openings were listed and aid given to placement in good paying jobs. Mr. Chamness ..................... Director Mr, Anderson, Mr. Blevarts, Mr. Coy, Mr. Crawford, Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Haag, Mr. Young, Mr. Cagle, Mr. Nall WMV DIRECTOR Chamness, Arlene Bradford and Betty Myers go over account books 'V i 62' ELECTRICITY. Roger Kline and Instructor Coy check fuses. PHOTO enlarging is done by Larry Campbell, joe Rangel. N 1 ,f RADIO-TV opens career fields for Richard Ford, Benny Erwin. 64 MACHINE SHOP techniques are being perfected by Eugene Sharp, Ronald Peck. MQ DISTRIBUTIVE Education classes in oflice practice and retail selling are taught by Mr. Cagle and Mr. Nall. 'F , ff? 0 AUTO MECHANICS is Anyman's hobby. Here Myron Bartlett, and Ken Schuette work on rocker arms. WELDING promises future jobs for Larry Reiser, Gary Netson. i PRINTERS "devils" Eslie Spangler and Mike Flowers learn a trade as I , 5 1 Q In . X J If ,f I y 'ffm 'vw ., ff" -wif 65 CHECKING out a tape recorder- David Belden and Carol Strobel. OFFICE proctors file fee cards-janet Crawford and Pam Ananis. ws, 66 Proctors Helping Hands Bolster Work Load of Staff DOING TI-IE "undercover work" of the school, more than two hundred and fifty proctors donated their study hall time toward assisting teachers, office personnel, and administrators. Room proctors grad- ed objective tests, kept records, typed outlines, and generally aided individual teachers in their planning periods. Miss Sibberson's dependable attendance proctors collected absence slips for hourly records. In Room 103, beginning Florence Nightingales listened sympathetically to students' ailments, as- sisted Nurse Boon, and filed health tests and school records while six sets of office proctors helped oil the wheels of the "Grand Central Station" of Topeka High-home base of business and administration. Such services served a dual purpose. Not only did their efforts lessen teacher loads by the duties they assumed, but through the experiences each kept his scholarship status high and became better prepared to assume responsibilities in varied fields. ROLL taking duties fall to Kathy Clifton. GOING our way? Pam Reese, Janet Floyd take attendance. sw., . xx 'X X V' 'fi . I ,K , ' Q FILERS of guidance records never seem to finish their jobs. jane Boyton, Sharon Ogden, and Beth Kearney. TEMPERATURE: normal. Loretta Lewis checks Marvin Bredow. X l fl 67 f Behind the Scenes g Unsung 'Heroes' Keep Troy's Wheels Turning CLEAN UP! Scrub up! Cook up! Feed up! Yea, Tro- jans! This could literally be the bolstering pep yell of the nearly fifty loyal workers who made life com- fortable in some manner for 2400 TI-IS students, teachers, and their frequent guests. Feeding a "starving" student body on a flowing lunch line one-and-a-half hours and several blocks long was a challenge to the eighteen-member cafe- teria staff. From home-baked pies and rolls, special dishes like chili, pizza, and tamale pie to the ever- popular mashed potatoes and gravy, Miss Young- quist's crew cooked and served wholesome and tasty meals. On the supervisory side, both Mr. Dilley and Mr. Erwin accomplished wonders in handling the tray carriers and creating a pleasing atmosphere. Sudden temperature changes were the constant bugaboo of the custodial staff. An electrical storm that knocked out power lines, troublesome snow drifts, and unscheduled heat waves all added fur- rows to brows and callouses to hands as emergencies were met and life at Troy flowed on. 5 FROM the balcony, Miss Youngquist and Mrs. Ash look over cafeteria lines A . .xx PRELUDE to 11:45. Mrs. Schutter at the salad bowl, Potatoman Crowder, and Mrs. Murdie and Mrs. Drennon, gravy cooks. STAFF Cafeteria Director .... Miss Youngquist Cafeteria Secretary .......... Mrs. Ash Dining Hall Supervisor ..... Mr. Erwin Lunch Lines Supervisor .... Mr. Dilley Head Custodial ......... Mr. Schwindt Building Engineer ........ Mr. Wright CAUGHT in the act. Mr. Dilley and Mr. Erwin "check out" Harry Parker. Judi Jones and Nancy Hankins look on. ff' 69 YESTERDAY the Pony Express riders rested their mounts in this old stable near Hanover. TODAY'S "swift-footed mounts" are MG's, Volkswagens, Renaults, Fiats. S hool Life TRANSPORTATION over the Kansas prairies has al- ways been like a dart-straight as an arrow to its des- tination. Trudging settlers, Covered wagon trains, Cattle drivers, iron-horse engineers, motorized equipment, jet propelled aircraft all have sought and found their focal points. Trojans, too, always move ahead, their vehicles the school-sponsored organizations that embellish their efforts to forge ahead. Elections Fanfare, Color Join Up As Old Order Changes ENERGETIC candidates and supporters partici- pated enthusiastically in Troy's final fall election week. Spring elections will replace the time-honored system as it makes way for progressive measures and plans for the new Topeka West High School. The election rally introduced candidates and boosted spirits of the voters, followed by five spin- ning days of confusion, tension, and pleas for sup- port. Bands and parades accompanied the cheers of enthusiasm and display of clever posters and slogans. Two banner-packed assemblies gave finalists the opportunities to voice platforms and opinions before the tally. Then newly elected leaders for 1960-61 were formally introduced at the Election Dance in their honor. Although as full of color and fanfare as the recent conventions in San Francisco and Chicago, Troy climaxed its annual experiment in democratic pro- cedures with a high degree of sincerity when all the new officers were sworn in by Judge George Scott. Election Comnzissioncr .... jim Gibson Election Clerk ..... ...... A fancy Egy Sjmizsoi' ...... .. ...... Mr. Coder THE LINE-UP. Poster-covered cars attract the voter's eye. VOTE SEEKERS Bernie Beeler and Marvin Kuehn campaign in early hours. sw T s ff mis? Exam N. LOYAL TROJANS line up on Election Day BLOW', Trumpets! Blow! jiin Parks leads the peppy campaign band in a rousing um-pah-pah. RESULTS announced, candidates and backers relax after an exhausting week. EARLY morning sunshine through the stained glass windows catches Council members at work. SIDELINE sponsoring is Mr. Johnsons forte. W , 4,14 .J u--....-. f Student Council Needs, Duties Chief Purposes PATTERNED after our national bicameral govern- mental bodies, Troy's Student Council made up the upper house of the Student Congress. This con- scientious and industrious body met in Room 200 each Monday at 7:45 to represent the individual classes and the entire student body by working on a wide variety of projects. Presided over by the Congress Vice-President and backed up by other officers elected by the student body, its membership included class presidents and representatives, and its meetings were open to "balcony" guests. The Council arranged the All-School Christmas party, promoted the annual Officers Training Course, sponsored W.P.A. Vlfeek, and saved students countless dollars by setting up the Christmas Post Office. Additional duties in the l960-6l sessions in- volved the rules governing spring elections at TI-IS and the writing of a constitution for the new Topeka West when it gets under way next fall. Student Council's special responsibility, as always, was its highly important one of interpreting ad- ministrative directives to the student body and in turn presenting student opinion to the adminis- trators, Troy's fulfillment of a democratic ideal. MEMBERS Seniors Juniors Sophomores President ...... .... G reg Hlingate .... .... T erry Modlin. . . ..... Gale Howard Vice-President .... . ., Skip Gladfelter .... .... h Iohn Lord ....., . . .... Lee Wlright Representatives .... . . . Joe Anderson ...... .... B elinda Brown ,... ...,. B ob Boyd Andrea Gresser .... ..... D ick Edelblute .... ..... K Indy Lake Al Harper ....,........... Dave Nelson ..... .... T om McBride Ex Officio ..............,. Le-z1Hirshberg, Rep, Council Att. Clerk Roy Miller, Editor, The WORLD lCI21sS Secretary-Treasurers and Social Chairmen are not voting IIICIIIIDCTSJ Sponsor .........., ,.... ....,., M r . Johnson JOHN ATKINSON MARVIN KUEHN JIM GIBSON President Student Congress President Student Council Election Commissioner WENDY FISHER DAVE THOMPSON NANCY EGY Secretary Point System Speaker Representative Council Election Clerk 75 WEEKLY roll check of Reps on Thursdays at 7:45 in Room 103 occupies Mr. Hill and Lea Hirshberg. Representative Council Voice Approves Democratic Procedure A GOVERNMENT "of the students, by the stu- dents, and for the students" was the aim of Troy's two legislative bodies, the lower one characteristical- ly nicknamed Rep Council. This frequently vocifer- ous group was composed of one member from each homeroom elected in early September. Such special events as Homecoming and Queen of Courts fell into the capable hands of committee chairmen who drew on the talents of fellow members to combine traditions with innovations to give each activity a bright new flavor. This year's Reps found themselves deeply involved in matters of spring election regulations and put considerable vim into their recommendations when their usefulness was questioned in student opinion columns. They also considered the organizational problems of Topeka West's student body and helped set up standards for both schools to maintain as a new era opens for Topeka's high schools. EXECUTIVES study election rules. Sitting: Kathy Crothers, Dave Thompson. Standing: Steve Norsworthy, Lea Hirshberg, Steve Heinz, Steve Nelson, and Rod Templin. Q if OFFICERS Speaker ........ Dave Thompson Vice-Speaker ........ Steve Heinz Secretary ........ Kathy Crothers Att. Secretary .... Lea Hirshberg Treasurer ........ Rod Templin Parl't'n ........... Steve Nelson Sgt. at Arms. .Steve Norsworthy Sponsor .... . .... - Mr. i Hill SENIORS: First Row: Carolyn Houseworth, Lynne Lieurance. Row 2: Ann Fetter, Rosemary Howe, Kathy De- Weese, Loyce Larson, Penny Nichols, Anne Garlinghouse, Linda Mclntire, Linda McCall. Top Row: Kent Free- land, Eslie Spangler, Frank Keller, John Woody, Stuart McCall, Steve Norsworthy, Eddie McConnell, Rubert Blankenship, Frank Chaffiri, Barry McGrath, Robert Farnsworth. Missing: Eric Jackson. JUNIORS First Row: Martha Guild, Mar- ty Mettner, Patty Peterson, Sus- an Yeager, Marty Mills. Row 2: Carolyn Barrett, Shatyl Rabe, Pam Nelson, Ginger Elliott, Penny Wolffgang, Ann Kane, Kay Swalwell, Pat Ryden. Top Row: Ronnie Shultz, Byron Price, John Lord, joel Lawson, Ray Gerrnonprez, Mike McPher- son, Allan Eberhart, Steve Heinz. Missing: Marilyn Col- lins, Jim McHenry, Jim Basile. , ,, . gm, 1 yy SOPHOMORES First Row: Mary Mc- Gee, Elaine Roberts, Lu- cille White, Sherry Fitts, Betsy Wiksten, Jett Carkhuff, Marcery Meg- lew, Glenda Van Orsdol, Janet Kuehn, Kay Johnr son, Kathryn House- worth. Row 2: Robert Briggs, Gary lfVeaver, Michael Beeson, Rich- ard McNea1, Larry Ham, Allan Fries, Kerry Hess, Kenneth Ticknor. Top Row: Eric Kjorlie, Rod Templin, Richard Car- man, Fre d Eberhart, Stanley Metzger, Dan Q f I If Baker. Missing: Patty f 'wj Kruse, Sarah French. O BOYS meet on call of officers. Sitting: Leonard Lewis, Preston Hoyt, Tom Staebler, Greg Mott, Skip Gladfelter, Harry Neil- son, Steve WVard. Standing: Barry McGrath, Gaylon Umberger, John Fly, jay Boylan, Norman Yenkey, Herb Langsdorf, Frank Keller, Gary Scott, Joe Klugg, Eddie McConnell, Frank Chaf- fin, Robert Farnsworth, Mike Davis, Jim Gibson, Crosby Cros- by, Bernard Hurd, Jim Long, john Woody, and Jim Bunds. if A 9' Senior Councils Boys, Girls Take Over 75 SpeciaIized Activities FRIENDSHIP, leadership, and consciousness of good public relations were qualities in which the Senior Council members took pride. Assisting at Sopho- more Induction, Parents' Night, and Open House they became Troy's official student hosts. Senior Girls entertained their "sophomore sisters" at a coke party, giving them the chance to get better ac- quainted with each other and the upper classmen when the year was young. Measuring for caps and gowns, promoting the sales of graduation announcements, and assisting with Career Day were mid-winter services shared by both councils. Thus, representing their homerooms in a non-governmental manner, members helped the administrators, faculty, and student body "keep the wheels well oiled." WIDE awake at 7:45, Jeri Miller, Cherry Blair wait for Linda Woodward to complete roll call. xxygiav- . .V 4' 1, L OFFICERS Senior Girls' Council Seasonal Chairman. ..... Andrea Gresser, Mary Berkebile, Kathy Elliott, Una Thurston Sponsor .............,... Miss A. Pringle Senior Boys' Council Sponsor .................... Mr. Meyers DOCTOR, lawyer, merchant, chief . . . Boys meet with Mr. Meyers to make plans for Vocational Day. Sitting: Jay Bolan. Standing: Jim Gibson, Greg Mott, Preston Hoyt, Bob Farnsworth, John Woody. GIRLS meet to discuss Panhellenic Fashion Show ticket sales. Sitting: Barbie Kibler, Susie Burrow, Sherry Avis, Charlotte Fox, Wendy Fisher, Kathy Elliott, Sara Davis, and Marcia Oroke. Standing: Peggy Shavey, Jeri Miller, Kathy Crothers, Una Thurston, Andrea Gresser, Betty Bennett, Mary Berkebile, Barbara Cooper, Linda VVoodward, Joyce Fink, Judy Branham, Janie Sticher, Bev Bailey, Kaaren Luetje, Nancy Egy, Pat Griffin, and Sherlene Richardson. 79 gSMMH at Methods C3 Q 'U 4 C H 0 m -4 O C 5 LQ Q. 0 Q m 0 wr-,O v-1 Q4 5'53'Ps?:B g.74:'.g,'sFsEO ggfbcgwogi U-f'1e4'DUvcrQOf-'HrH"lj75+1:"m4.-4 .-Q','I.'."g"'ro4SIw5,':,',5,-D9..3r'bl--3Z"3r'n,.j Ndfbofbff, "nag ru' l-fm O QW v-.QCDOQ-j,OV,mmmfUmv-ggJm:5m , w M H, NH. m w 5's?3w?5'G5'MsffQ'2'U'wa UQ ov Sz...E,f'm3,,2nPl3aaf HQPDGOSFD mowggmg sa'-1 -w,.QOn,13s4,, Haven-3fD'iiW'5geSrU"1:gBZm3 b-4' O Fl' fb ZW- D"SBZ123v-ISD-53:43:,R-H153 UQDP-sv-H - 1-r,-. 5 S513 FDUQOKDSSD 13" :,...m,f1 0 r-rmf-PD-'CSBFS OFDgm0ggOm:.OC593O 53"e-fC.-aw!" 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FD 5" POSTSCRIPT to a big summer experience-Barry McGrath and John Atkinson, frontg Steve Nelson, joe Anderson, Ralph Muxlow, and Kent Freeland. 80 TOPEKA representatives. Kay Touslee, Seamarzg Carolyn House- worth, THSQ joy Ojen, Highland Park. SEVENTY Trojans joined more than 350 other seniors and juniors on the annual Council on World Affairs tour to Wash ington and New York. In the center of the group are Senator Carlson, Senator Schoeppel, and Representative Reese .W Tours In Far Places All Dreamers asa THE LURE and adventure of travel has captured the eyes of many Trojans. Many followed their own "enchanted pathways" and found themselves in new places, often those they had read and dreamed about. New York and Washington came alive for more than a hundred juniors and seniors on the Kansas Council of World Affairs Tour. They spent an education-packed week visiting locations of govern- mental and historical importance in the East and at the same time becoming acquainted with students of like interests. Red Cross Training Camp gave Steve Lauterbach, Nan Wilkes, and Lynn Lieurance the opportunity to gather valuable ideas on service projects. Senior Girl Scouts of Troop 42 saw south-of-the-border view- points in a long-planned-for trip to Mexico City in june. Representing THS, Greg Wingate attended the national Student Council Training Camp in Colorado. He spent a busy week sharing ideas and entering into competition with other students inter- ested in furthering school government. SURROUNDED by the nation's Student Council representatives at Camp Cheley is Greg Wingate, at right, next - to - top row. 3 , ...Y M , 1 Q a ,,,- ,. . 4- .A-Mg, .fat Q . . ,, . X TT - x . f!':L.f:: "'-i .eee A .gj'.5.j'," gif jy lr. 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OFFICERS President .. ............ Ralph Muxlow Vice-Pres. .. .............. Allan Eberhart Secretary ........ Carla Bowman, Sara Davis Treasurer ...................... Susan Ebel Sponsor .,.. .... M iss E. Hopkins AMBASSADORS without portfolio are Elsa Sangalli from Italy, Rosemary Skinner from Australia, Nancy Dittemore to New Zealand. Heart' Policies Explain Ideas, Ideals REACHING "hands across the borders and the seas" has helped students all over America to a better understanding of other peoples through friendships. In association with the American Field Service, Trojans have broadened outlooks through repre- sentatives much like themselves in age and interests. Italy and Australia became warm friends through their ambassadors, Elsa Sangalli and Rosemary Skin- ner, while Troy's own trio brought home fascinating accounts and observances of life abroad. Nancy Dittemore came back from New Zealand in Septem- ber and Carla Bowman and jane Schendel rejoined their classmates in january, Carla from Norway, jane from Germany. Responsibility for collecting about 51500 fell on the shoulders of the local club and council. Various money-making projects, including the unforgettable faculty-senior basketball clash and Tag'Day, have again filled the tills so that a l96l-62 program is assured and enthusiasm remains high. HUNG UP on a beam during float making, Dave Thompson needs Dave Beller's help to rescue him. ff ,' 83 if f 5 ,af 'llfl fr fi' .vgf g, gui BACKSTAGE, Mr. Weaver enjoys himself as Director DeWeese gives last a chill contortionist, Carol Kuester. minute words of encouragement to y 84 Your Show 'TV Guide' Spectacular Initiafes Bellamy Funcl TROY'S ANNUAL talent assembly blossomed forth as "An Evening with Television" early last fall. After its speeded-up preparations, a most successful affair kicked off the Bellamy Award Fund drive. Even the cast, the directors, and sponsors heartily boosted ticket sales and city-wide publicity. As he switched to various TV channels, Master of Ceremonies Mike Wilson let the audience view well- known "live" programs, personalities, and commer- cials. A huge screen perfected the illusion. lt turned out not only to be a show displaying talented Trojans, but a composite faculty-student production in which fun was made of over-exuberant cure-alls as the perfect foil for the "meat,' of the entertainment, solos, combos, puppets, vocal and instrumental trios, acrobatics, and interviews. BAN miraculously affects living statues Kathy Elliott and Rubert Blankenship. RWM... A , DIRECTORS. This quartet took on a big job when the year was very young. Kathy DeWeese, Marva Jean Lister, Stan Wellborn and Preston Hoyt. PROGRAM September 30, 1960 Master of Ceremonies .... ..., M ike Wilson, '60 Miss America Pa eantu ,...., ...,.. K a Loebsack Backstage Voice. ,,.,... , ...,. Allan Hazlett Lawrence Weak Show" ............... hey Bailey, Ned Snullivan ......,. . ,,... Stuart McCall Jo johnson, Bonnie Kni ht , . 'KGunsmoke" ........,........ Mr. Dean, Mr, Diiey i'Better Thlngsn ..,...,......,...... Mr. Elllthorpe Mr. Gilbert uNCd Snullivan Shown """" Jazz Messengers: Joe R'Dick Clark's Celebrity Showcaseu. . .The Continentals: I I Kluggl Doug Lesfefnlack Mlllef Joe Anderson, Darstella Brown Jon Milliken, Tlm Stone, Dave Thompson Johnnie Fisher, Curtis Gemryl IXVU 9lYmP'3dH -'4--'- 5 - 'Mr' Weaver, Mr' Erwin Dorman Robinson, La Velle Vaughn Medic """"" ' ' ' 'MBS Hutchlson' Mr'-lohrfsqnl Roy Roundabout Interview' ,....,...., Mrs. Boon, H - MI- Knffchfl MIS- M3-'Shaun M155 Phlll1P5 Mr. Bodenhausen, Mrs. Hanna, Allan Hazlett HNC43 SUUHIVQP Show --'4"---"---- Carol Kljlestcr Alfred Hitchcock Presents" ....,,..,.., Mr. Kistler I-wk Ma- ' - --'--44""---- , ----- M rs-,Tomhnson Face the Nation" ..........,..... Ralph Muxlow, K'I've Got a Secret" ...,. Mrs. Kinsman, Miss Larmer, Elsa Sanga-ui, Rose Man, Skinner M15 Vmglea Mr' Soudefsl Ned Snullivan Shown ...., Larry Kell , Miss Herrick , P M155 Wheeler! Mrs- Wolfe Late Shown ...... Colleen Brennan, Eelinda Brown, "Ned Snullwan Show '- -, -A---4--------4 Tom ROSS Mal-llyn Collins, Ginger Elliott, Sally 'Rin the M2-Ulf? Male- - - -4-------4r-' Mr- Madl Lauterback, Marva glean Lister, Pam Nelson, wralenf SCOUV-5 it r 4---- '-------' F rank Chamn, Pe Schwartz icki XVhitaker Directed Preston Hoyt, Jim Mize 'iLassie'. . . . ....,,.........., Oscar MEDIC. Faculty "surgeons" prepare to operate on their favorite "cut-up" but Mr. johnson has different ideas. ggi' i , by Pat Calderwell "THERE she is- Miss U-mer-ee-ka" -Kay Loebsack. 7: .N A L K:-ix'-sv - - ' 85 . , f' ,i , fm ' nv A-M, uar'g ww. 'ff-'eq- , ,,.4-:MIK M ,cf Wim' ., f , .1 114 4 - , . ' fwfuf gg: ,- A f V ,, 'K ' ., f ' ., . ' " VT? W fl -, 11 H-f 'ZLM-T'!,3?7 f. 'W' W .M " Ill- f' , ,M 1 ,f 4, . I f . fm V , f !,,nm1,- . fm p . L ' -" .yi A,, ,ff , " ,iw f'g xv fgfilf '- PRE-ELECTIONS-FALL, 1960 151-351.50-352-32.50. Linda Hutton and Loie Stone count Tag Day contributions. Assemblies 5.45, Big Auditorium Echoes Leisure Hour Interests za. f ef-iz VITALLY important to school spirit and unity, Trojan assemblies offered "something for everyonef' Generally scheduled for 10:10 on Friday mornings, programs stressed information, entertainment, pro- fessional and student talent, patriotism, devotionals, awards, and pep meetings. Concerts by school music groups, induction of classes and officers, the annual Tag Day, a Simplicity style show for all girls, the celebrations of Queen of Courts and Homecoming, and the Pep Club's programs were all presented "a la assemblyf, May could well be called the "Assembly Month" with its special May l8th Bellamy Award program, its Scholarship Day, Athletics Awards and Honor-T presentations, and the Seniors' final performance, Class Day-l96l version. Each assembly was memor- able in its variety and its unity. Each opened like a new book with "The Pledge of Allegiance" repeated in unison and then closed with the School Song, Between were the pages of fun, frolic, fantasy, for- mality, and fair play. "BREATH of Spring" fashions are shown by Jeannie Thomann, Marilyn Grantham, Shirley Summers, Cheryl Cutright, Miss Diann Smith, Simplicity stylist, Carol Steele, Ann Papin, moderator, Patty Peterson, Sidney Rowland, Lorraine Clouse, Janie Sticher, Mary YVeddle. 87 --N.,- gaze ,, THE AIR bursts with ideas as Editor Papin and Cathy Clifton discuss art plans and lvendy Fisher and Gay Krionderis study other yearbooks. H-J ,ff Ay? 2 tix The Sunflower to of Staff Includes ZW The Best of the Best WORKING under pressure to meet their four 80- page deadlines, the l96l yearbook staff aimed con- stantly at their All-American, A-Plus, and Medalist tradition. Each member accepted his obligation and tackled the job with enthusiasm. 4 The SUNFLOWER'S intent was to provide the student body with a record of important academic and extra-curricular events. Sentimentally, the sen- iors should find it full of treasured memories as they finish their last year at Troy. For staff members it was a combination of doing a service for the school and of learning the many areas of journalism, particularly that of book publishing. With beginning or advanced credits or on a study hall basis, Journalism-Yearbook provided a close- Working group with a stimulating production based on the principles of thorough reporting. SIXTH Hour strategists Mike McPherson and Buddy Thurston back up Dave McMurray and Janet Sowers. INDEXING the yearbook falls to Penny Comfort, Joan Berges, and Sherrie Feaker. CHECKING files promises fewer mistakes. Sue Davis, Maxine Schreiner, Lois Ann Reed, Susie Burrow, Mari- lyn McCoy, Mary Starbuck. it M-.--.. un., bv- msn hm thlvlndp Editor ......... Assistant. . . Copy ....,..., Album ...,.... Art .........,. Activities, Index Pictures ..,.... Sports ..,,..... B usinerr Advertising .............. anet Sowers Chief Pete Daniels Assistant .,,. .,.. M ike McPherson Assistants Bob johnson Buddy Thurston John Summers Sales, Circulation ,.....,. Lois Reed Steve Larson Ken Feeley Assistant ..... .... S ue Davis Marilyn McCoy Adviser Mrs Greer TOGETHERNESS at Monday meetinffs Seated Reed, Comfort Burrows, Krionderis Sowers Fisher Starbuck McMurray, Davis. S1L!1lZdi7Zg.' Schreiner Papin Berges Feaker McCoy MQN , 0' 1,.,.,f7 ' 5 .N The World 4, yr Newspclpermen LAST MINUTE deadlines, busy, clicking typewrit- ers, the whirl of news gathering-all of vital im- portance if The VVORLD was to appear each Friday. This weekly publication, serving as a link between students and school activities, carried pertinent edi- torials, sports stories, timely features, and up-to-the- minute articles which answered Who? What? Where? When? Why? How? Busy with their varied duties, the fourteen staffers took pictures, designed pages, sold ads, and wrote copy, always alert for the possible "scoop." Editor Miller both "wielded the whip" and did a proper amount of the proverbial "back-patting." Page makeup and headline setting were jobs for boys enrolled in vocational printing, and on Wednes- days and Thursdays traffic between 219 and 220 was constant as students and advisers conferred. Fifth hour on Fridays displayed the final product of a busy week. Through their newspaper, students, faculty, home readers, and advertisers were kept aware of school functions and curriculum develoo- ments. Knowing this was being accomplished, The WORLD staff was satisfied that time was well spent. LAST WEEKS trial-and-error method becomes this week's trial-and-better plan at staff meetings. johnson, Winkelman, Halloran, Freeland, Burnau, Seagraves. Chief Miller, Kelly, Wellborn, Knight, Petter, Slawson, Eberhart, and Davis. fm .,,,s 'N-a.,,,,,,w" NO TIME for laggards as stories are in the making Roy Miller, Aaron Davis, Bonnie Knight, Ann Fetter WW 5 l -Why " - :Bw 4- of 5 ' 51:5 FINE POINTS of sports' heads get a going-over by Chief Slawson, Pat Burnau, and Allan Eberhart. MA.KING out the assignment sheet begins the week's duties for editors Wellborn, Freeland, and Seagraves. ...f STAFF Edztorzal Editor-in-Chief ,....,....,...... . . ...... Roy Miller Managing Editor, Page l .... ..... ,..... K e nt Freeland Editorial Page Editor ,.,... , ............. Janice Seagraves News Editor, Page 3,6 ,.,. ..,..,,,.,.,,.... S tan Wellborn Associates ........ ..... Bo nnie Knight, Aaron Davis ..................AnnFetter Feature Editor ...... Sports Editor ..., Associates ..... ,.........,.....DougSlawson . . . . ,Pat Bumam, Allan Eberhart Reporters ,....,. . . ......., Journalism I-II Class Exchange Editor. . . Photographer ..., Assistants ..,.., .....,,.,,.....MaryHalloran ...............,......PeteDaniels . . ..,..... Bob johnson, john Summers Business Advertising ........ Larry Kelly Circulation. . .Rita Winkelman A dvisory Editorial, Business. . .Mrs. Greer Printing ..., ...... M r. Gilbert , tr ...I BIG DEAL-Ad man Larry Kelly talks over layout plans with Mary Halloran and Rita Winkelrnan. za f.: f- ,1 1' . I ,- fv.. . Q. gem .,,. ,M.,,,',a-5 nf f M ,, L . ,, t , . WWF . 1 . W, if , -X Ni' V"- -,f f. ,. gm , f,-'fjyg Wx ' fi, , ,. xxx Qs L .f , , .1 Y15-2f3i2.ss.af'.Q-''swim ,, W-W ,. ,,,. ,ff fn, Cadets Workers Step Through Super-Performance DEPENDABLE, regardless of weather, hours, or sit- uations, Trojan cadets were the epitome of achieve- ment through co-operation, This willing group and its sponsors expected nothing in return except the satisfaction of seeing a job well done and events well ordered and inconspicuously manned. Bundled in scarves, gloves, and heavy coats, some were on the spot to punch tickets and distribute programs for the football games at Moore Bowl. Other workers, attired in the Trojan black and gold, were stationed at the Western Avenue entrance to handle basketball admissions. During countless min- utes still other responsible cadets perched on stools and squeezed into tiny booths to sell tickets before home games or auditorium events. Greeting the public in an efficient, friendly manner was the core of their training and determination. SPONSORS Football Cadets. . .Mr. Walker, Mr. Van Slyck Basketlzall Cadets.Mr. Bayless, Mr. Ellithorpe Play Cadets ................ Miss Hutchison PROGRAMS sir? The Whitsons show passes to Mary Edmundson. COOL, brisk football weather finds cadets "on the jobl' at Moore Bowl. '..'I"""'b "OKAY," decides chief pass checker Bayless While Dean Bollinger and Betsy 'Wright await instructions. BASKETBALL CADETS. Front Row: Jacque VVomack, Linda Sawyer, Kathy Thomas, Deann Bolinger, Florence Elmore, Vicki Taylor. How 2: Helen Langley, Carolyn VanLeer, San- dra Lee, Delores Oliva, Margaret Arredondo, Marietta Stinson. Row 3: Cheryl Goston, Brenda Hicks, Jane Settle, Linda Hardy, Lois Lewis, Norma Jean Norman. Row 4: Sharon Blackwell, Susan Bolan, Jeanie Hen- derson, Kathy Clifton, Tanya McCoy, Rosemary Mc- Girr. Row 5: Jean Loughmiller, Mary McGee, Joyce lVymore, Phyllis Lautz, Ramona Soza. Top Row: Connie Lantz, Sharon Stolley, and Marilyn Roe. BASKETBALL cadets work out. TICKET sellers Jean Loughmiller and Susan Bolan get set "behind the bars." ff 93 READY TO GO. Front Row: Mary Paul, Ann Papin, Shirley Jones, Marilyn Grantham, Sarah French, Linda Hamil- ton, Carolyn Taylor, Linda Woodward. Row 2: Virginia Helm, Glenda Van- Orsdol, Trish Kennedy, Janie Sticher, judee Ash, Donna Mannen, Pam Nel- son, Linda Sawyer, Carol Steele, Judy Cook, Kathy Anderson. Row 3: Pamela Reese, Marilyn Gunnerson, Connie Christenson, Marcia Oroke, Ann Gar- linghouse, Melissa Barger, Dinah Rice, Rosemary Skinner. Row 4: Jeannie Tho- mann, Ann Berry, Tawny Baxter, Mar- ilyn Mfest, Ro Rodieck, Linda Ward, Linda McGinnis, Linda McCall, Cherry Blair, Colleen Brennan. Top Row: Bob VVebb, Dick Schroder, George Knowles, Bill Argenbright, Bob Armstrong, Mike Davis, Steve Lauterbach. Missing: Allan Eberhart, Jack Miller, Wendy Fisher, Vicki Whitaker, Kathy Crothers, Andrea Gresser, Carla Bowman, Sally Lauter- bach, Phyllis Lautz, Linda McEntire, Pam Fraker. 94 PATRONS are seated by Sarah French, Jeannie Tho- mann, Marilyn Grantham. fi Usher Club Trained Greefers Smile cmd Say 'Hello' "THIS WAY, please," was the smiling greeting of Troy's service club "without officers, meetings, dues, or minutes." Colorful formals and dark dress suits, pretty hairdos and polished shoes were the uniforms of Topeka I-Iigh's official hosts to playgoers and operetta fans. In smart tailored clothes they also seated hundreds of teachers at the fall K.S.T.A. meet- ing, giving up hours of precious vacation time to do a service to school and community. Members arrived early and held their posts until the event was well under way, showing a dignified, efficient front to the public, all the while enjoying the thrill of the last moments before "curtain going up," was signaled by dimming lights. Sponsor ....................... Miss Finley "LEFT Center, Seat 3? Follow me, please." Ann Papin, Linda Woodward at Blithe Spirit, new NEW horizons through books aid Anita Riley. OFFICERS President ............,... Anita Riley Vice-President ,........ Tanya McCoy Sec.-Treas. ...... ...,. A lyce Smith Program Chrm. ...... Becky Eberting Sponsor ........ ...... M iss Miller X Libragr Club Workers Execute Tasksp in Cultural Air BOOK LOVERS were given the opportunity to channel their interests into a specialized field by learning methods, studying book lists, and investigat- ing library work as a possible career. Membership included proctors and library assistants. Although the club met only on call, their interest was held for five days each week as they worked among books of all types. Visits to other city libraries were made as field projects while committees served each month in keeping bulletin boards up to date. Two out-of-town trips included a First District Student Assistants meeting at Bishop Meige High School in Kansas City and the state convention of student librarians in Emporia. The annual "Hang- ing of the Greens" introduced the holiday season for both members and the student body. The Great Hall, decorated in illuminated silhouettes and the traditional tree and fireplace festooning, lent itself to seasonal festivity as members sang carols, ate pop- corn, and arranged decorations. Next year's proctors were entertained at a spring tea and briefed as to duties, service opportunities, and rewards expected. "A PLACE for everything and everything in its place." Marilyn Rasch and Connie Lance learn modern systems of classification. 95 fm vf- UDOWN WITH your head, up with your heart... Madame Ar cati fascinates Edith and Ruth with tales of her many experiences fazzfhe Spiny Perception Lively Ghosts CHILL WINDS, invigorating seances, and a mys- terious voice audible to only one person, created the atmosphere for the Junior-Senior production of Noel Coward's hilarious farce about 'the occult. As a result of strange events, Elvira, the ghost of Charles Con- domine's first wife, appeared on a "return trip." I-Ier spirited visit eventually resulted in the death of the second wife, Ruth, who later also "came back." From then on, Madame Arcati was employed to rid the husband of his cellestial harem. Their bicker- ing, vase throwing, and petty jealousies made de- materialization most desirable. After many gropings among ways and means, the flamboyant medium dis- covered that Edith, the maid, was the bridge to com- plete the return trip to the unknown. Effective lighting, sound, and costuming, a realis- tic setting, and competent directing made the plot believable and kept the audience attentive as in a noisy, wire-rigged climax the ghostly wives "tore up the place" while the unfettered Charles sarcastically assured them that "Parting is such sweet sorrowll' 96 "YOU CALLED me a guttersnipel Ruth and Charles revive last nights argument ir 3 w, ..A. .yy , 31 "I AM prepared to swear that there is someone psychic in this room," states the exotic medium, her trance ended. Dr. and Mrs. Bradman, Ruth, and Charles look on with mixed emotions. Edith .....,,..... Ruth Condomine. , Charles Coridomine .... Dr. Bradman ......., Mrs. Bradman ,.., Madame Arcati ..,. Elvira ........... Director , ........ , . Assistant Director. . . Properties ..,.... Costumes ..,.,. Stage Managers .... Lights ,.,.,....,, Crew .....,.... Business Manager .,..,. Assistant Business Mana er, , . , 3 Publicity .............. Faculty Director . , . Assistant ,..,,,,., UNAWARE of Elvira's shadowy presence, Charles and Mrs. Bradman discuss recent disturbing events. CAST .,.BeverlyBailey ... . .Elizabeth Fink . . . .Dan Hathaway . . . . .Louis Floyd . . .Wendy Fisher ,,,.....Ann Fetter , ,...SallyLauterbach STAFF .,........,....Allanl-lazlett .....BonnieNorton . . . . . , . , , . . , . . .Glenda Huntsman, Loie Stone Sharon Blanden, Caroline Greerhlack Heath Nancy Hofwolt, Susie Hughes, Barbara Michel ....., . . . . . . . . . .Carolyn Barrett, Phyllis Lautz Roseann Sams, Carolyn Smith, Mary Woodward . . . .Phil Munoz, Richard Shutt, Robert Swatzell .........,..,,.......,.,.....,.TomGrimes ,..,...,,....David Briery, Patty Dittemore Marcia Dozier, Bill Reed, Margot Wells Nan Wilkeshloyce Wymore ,, .,.,..,.JackMiller .,.,...,..,..........,....,..johnGrantham . . . . . ,Kathy Clifton, judee Ash,janelle Gilbert Gay Krionderis, Sandy Lessenden, Kay Swalwell Miss Herrick "I AM completely aware of the irony of your voice, Dr, Bradman." 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"YOU'VE got to have a dream," explains Bloody Mary to Liat and Lieutenant Cable in Happy Talk. 99 THE SEABEES and Billis engage in some good- natured rough-housing while singing Bloody Mary. CAST Ngana .... ...,..... Jerome .............. Henry ...,.......,..,. Ensign Nellie Forbush ..,,. Emile de Becque ...,... Bloody Mary ...,, Abner ...,..,., Stewpot. . . .....,......, . Luther Billis. , ........ , . , . Professor ,.,.....,....., . . . , Lt.joseph Cable, U.S.M.C ........ Capt. George Brackett, U.S.N. .... . , Commdr. William Harbison, U.S.N.. . . Yeoman Herbert Quale .,..,..... Sgt. Kenneth johnson ...... Seabee Morton Wise .....,..... Seaman Tom O'Brien ...,,.,..... Radio Operator Bob McCaffrey ..,.. Marine Cpl. Hamilton Steeves .... Staff Sgt. Thomas Hassinger ..,. Pfc, Victor Jerome .......,.., Pfc. Sven Larson ...,....... ...,,...,.. . . , .Kim Odell . . .Todd Wertz Dave Mann .Bonnie Knight Stuart McCall . ,Linda McCall . . . .jay Boylan .Craig Stancliife Dennis Hawver Kent Freeland . . .Frank Chaflin Harlan Jennings Dan Lake . , .Terry Modlin . . .Bernard Hurd . . . . .Carl Bartley . . , . . .Tom Grimes , . Pete Stromquist . . . . ,Richard Newton ....,.,jamesRapp .. .......... jim Bunds Sgt. Jack Waters ...................................... Dan Wamer Lt. Genevieve Marshall .........,.....,................. Nan Wilkes Ensigns .........,..... Ginger Elliott, Penny Wolffgang, Beverly Bailey Kathie Hutsell, Lynne Lieuranoe, Fannie-Iovalis Marty Mills, Kathy Crothers, Kathy Hall Carolyn Taylor, Pat Fisher, Marcia Oroke Liar ...... ....... ...............,.................... Lt, Buzz Adams .................... .... Islanders, Sailors, Marines, Oliicexs Director ..,..............,..... Orchestra ..., A TENSE moment as Nellie hears her Frenchrnan's voice. .Jo johnson Steve Norsworthy .........Mr.Fly . . ..Mr. Hallman l 00 out her sales STAFF Student Director. . . Stage Manager ..,. Purchasing Agent .... Property Manager, . . Costume Managers. . . Makeup Manager ,... , . . . Advisers, . . "S'HEAD! You' like? You buy?" Bloody Mary tries pitch on an unsuspecting seabee. . . . . ,Andrea Gresser ........JimParks . . . ,Beverly Bailey . . . . .Gay Krionderis . . . .Marcia Oroke Carolyn Taylor . .... Peggy Shavey . , . .Ann Fetter Publicity ...,..... .... , ....,.,.,.,.. . Technical Assistants ,... ......,,...,.. Pete Stromquist, Bob Swatzell , ...,.,.... Phil Munoz . . . . . . .Mr. McKee, Mr. Neaderhiser, Mrs. Reed Miss Herrick. Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. -Huttenhoff Miss Finley, Mr. Gilbert PREPARATORY to Washing "that man" right out of her hair, Nellie steps into the shower provided by Billis Enterprises, Incorporated. CONCENTRATION on both stage and score present difficulties for orchestra members in Honey Bun. YVHISH T T A touch of gold and Alladin lamps take shape on an assembly line setup Terry Maupin Sally Lauteibach udw Mu Barbara Vincent, Pam Rouse. All-School Parry Becomes Festivep Dances in Gay Whirl SPOTLIGHTING the holiday season, the closing social event of 1960 kept interest at top levels from the moment the staff was announced until the last tired celebrant turned homeward. Through song, dance, and dialogue, the program audience toured a fantasy kingdom where a Genie tried to please his king by finding for him the Christ- mas Spirit. Then as stage lights dimmed, all eyes turned to the center aisle to Watch the royal couples move toward the stage. Amid appropriate fanfare King John Atkinson crowned his lady, Queen Sara Davis, and their short but enchanted reign began. The Coronation over, the royal court moved to the ballrooms to receive the acclaim of hundreds of de- lighted subjects. The atmosphere relaxed as greetings were exchanged, refreshments sipped, and dancing feet took up the rhythm of The Counts and "all Waxed merry." SURROUNDED by glitter and tinfoil, Debbie Craver, Glenda Huntsman. ,lean Henderson. Janice Clark, Susan Boylan, Mike Davis devise a gymnasium-ballroom change. I. ,gf I -f BEGINNING a "night to remember," Bill Arganbright escorts Marci Furman KSEGNIUTZQ into the "Mystic Magic." HAREM girls swing into rehearsal before Aladdin. TABLE TALK-jerry Freeman, Neil Stewart, Marty Mills, Judy Coo k, jim Oliver socialize between dances. MYSTIC MAGIC OF CHRISTMAS Aladdin .... Genie ....,. First Wife ,... . . CAST .....RonKirley ........LinclaHutton ... .............................KathyCr0t.hers Servants .,....,,........................,.,.......,,. Tad Bower, Dan Lake Harem Girls ....,... . . . . . . . . . . . . , Kathy Hankerson, Carla Rust, Belinda Brown Sandy Lessenden, Marilyn Collins, Betty Bennett, Roseann Sams Dance .,...... . . Karen Brownell,janie Givens, Carol Steele, Marcia Oroke Jazz Messengers. ,.................... Tim Stone, Joe Klugg, Larry Kirkpatrick Steve Nelson, Gaylon Umbargerhlon Millikenhlohn Irwin "All I Want for Christmasl' ......,,.....,,.......,..........., Helen Langley 'Twilight Time" .... "Deck Them Halls". Modern Dance ,,... .,.......Denn1sHawver .....CamlKuester ....Lela Tumer Puppets ............. ,.... Lar ry Kelly "Here I Stand" ........ ...,,.......,.,. C heryl Golston "Winter Wonder Landn. . . ,....,..,...,,.....,. jo Johnston Bonnie Knight, Lynn Lieurance "O Holy Night" ...... ,..........,............,... M ary Edmundson Director ...,.,.... Assistant Director. . Script ........... Faculty Advisor .... 3 STAFF ....Kathy DeWeese, Susan Ebel, Wendy Fisher 103 7 ? V 3 K Z 5 5 5 A 42 Liz and Tom I 22? yyyyi , , 3 ff f 1 1 f . K f fQA , ff fa V 2 Bev and Dave Skip and Andrea Rcyfat Attendants SELECTED by the entire student body, the All School Party Royalty reigned at the most important social event of the school year. The group typified Troy at its most festive-bright, carefree, well-dressed. The annual program-party-dance brought together members of all three classes and their sponsors and special guest for an evening filled with "The Mystic Magic of Christmas." Seated are Andrea Gresser, Ellizabeth Fink, Veronica McCord, and Beverly Bailey. Standing are Skip Gladfelter, Torn Mager- kuth, Joe Anderson, and Dave Crandall, the group traditionally Seniors. Ronnie and joe s-5 1 1 1 l King john Atkinson 1960 All-School Paryf RQXGIQY Queen Sam Davis HISTORY-written in stone near Lake Kanopolis Urganiga ions CULTURE on the Kansas plains had its birth in the crude but expressive figures carved on the sandstone outcroppings of the geologic turmoil of prehistoric eras. Developing together, the Indian tribes recorded their ways of life, their beliefs, their love of nature. Today, Trojans interest themselves in the arts of expression, philanthropy, and investigation and take advantage of combining the best of social living with the joys of human experiences, the cultivating of civilization's enveloping "wrap of decency." SIMPLICITY and functionalism enjoy a rebirth in todays speeded-up living. Science Club Expansion Stirs in Wide Area INTELLIGENT, ambitious, and curious Trojans rallied under the banner of "Sciencel' to explore in their out-of-class hours the expanding areas of medicine, research, experimentation, and related fields. Lectures, movies, and student and profes- sional demonstrations highlighted meetings and kept members alert to current trends and methods. Most members showed intense interest in career possibili- ties and found Topeka's professional men and women eager to assist them. Field trips included the Math and Science Day at Kansas University and a conducted tour of the Du Pont cellophane plant at Tecumseh in late March. Local laboratories were visited in small groups and members made aware of the variety of aspects on home grounds. Encouraging individual investigation and reason- ing, club members promoted entries in the annual Topeka Science Fair April 7-9. In-club competition was spirited and resulted in better prepared displays and demonstrations. Attention all year was directed to the National Science Fair held in Kansas City May ll-l3. Many attended in the hope of strength- ening next year's club program and promoting Tro- Jan interest in science. WAITING for their speaker at 7:45 a.m. Jerry Epperson, Mr. Hadden, Jon Gillman, Ben Franklin, D. Hallowell, Terry Harbaugh, Ken XfVilke, Charles Shaver, Ray Gerlnon- prez, Ann Berry, and Sandy Martin. john Amar in front. "OH, RATS!" Ben Franklin and D. Hallowell ob- serve the progress of rodents under test conditions OFFICERS President .. ..............,. Ken Wilke Vice-Pres. .. ...... Ben Franklin Sec-Treas. ..,..... Susie Miller Pro. Clzm. .,.. Terry Harbaugh Sponsor .. ..... Mr. Hadden "FISH GOTTA swim." That much Charles Shaver and Ray Germonprez know about their Fair exhibit. lll INTENT expressions show depth of interest as the mornings speaker sets up a program. 747 .LM Math Club Quickens as Gets Workout TO PROMOTE the idea that mathematics is not only interesting, vital, and necessarily demanding, but that it can offer creative pleasures, Mu Alpha Theta met bi-monthly for stimulating programs and sociability. Speakers from nearby universities brought members up to date on trends and impli- cations, and encouraged those so inclined to explore careers in mathematics. In its second year as a chapter of a national or- ganization, student programs were heavily stressed, and practical appliances and problems challenged members into out-of-class achievements. By learning how to interpret today's educational demands and possibilities, the realization became apparent that "Mathematics possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty" and is "a joy forever." 112 OFFICERS President ........... , . .Joe Anderson Vice-Pres. .... .... M arvin Kuehn Sec-Treas. . . . . . .Barbara Kibler Sponsor ..... Mrs. Norris Mrs. French GUEST speaker, Dr. Eberhart, goes over Ken Wilke's question. Alan Smith, Mrs, Norris listen. a Chess Club Air of Calm Pervacles Unusual Club Sessions THE CHESS board is the worldg the pieces are the phenomena of the universe .,.. U X'Vhether one thinks of this absorbing game in a philosophic man- ner or purely as entertainment, he is sure to do so quietly when there is a round of competition. Con- centration and patience are the keys to membership in Troy's Chess Club. Intricate rules governed every "attack" and each Hdefensef' Well-planned strategies and forethought were victorious over carelessness and hasty counter attacks. The challenge of reasoning and genuine con- templation attracted many to what is certainly Troy's most unusual organization, and one which enjoyed bi-weekly meetings in Room 321. Preszdent .... ............ Vice-Pres. .. Secretary . . . Sgt. at Arms ..... Sponsor ,... ,. ...Ken YVilke .....jay james . . . . .Gary Scott . .Dick Townley Miss Henderson MOVING A PAWN-John Dunagin, Jon Ijams. A TIGHT SPOT-jim Goodman, Ken Wilke. ,, 113 A STUFFIN' and a workin'. A float takes shape with the help of Loie Stone, Miss Hopkins, Charles Shaver, Roseann Sams. VY M14 A Qi "7 114 ,Qs A? f a semi ' xg wig JN , - I 4 I V 4:5275 2 1' "'xf"W"N- ' f . 7 -4,-+14 ' , , ' ..f 7 A ,vv.1.Z':. hi,: I'CJ DE. 52 Q m 35. 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H BE:3.f-f Q2 wmg aQasQmoz:HwQemmmzasw swasgessgazgeaasgeao mmm: and Q.-f'DO44'iif+'-wr-e 41:1-f-DN,-gsm sm. ,,:,-,.,H.5-9,3 gn. gag'-4 552, Hf--:v-OC,QfU,eL9, 'w2wF-?:,.Q:.gWlIfm'3Q: 'Eg F 'On ggdslms ,., .... gm Oiwswo imf-fg5'5 wgsggckl ssggesgmsenmeammseg Qgm rn mf-sg!! ,-,Bmzffo-4 G mg'-QQ-,-I O ,.,s4g:,'C7"v:5r-rr-+O""",,:5 -- 'tim rug-ru""f'DD'5:O5' 'Q"D2D"fCfQ0OswsHC"Q.rDr" '13 '35 pn-'roW,':J" '-:mffir 5"r1O,-- 2.r5'e9:fEH-ffiir-"M, me 3:2 D-1-fED,nv ',I-'.3E"f'D2:S5Qg9g2:Ug- fD2f'Z5'S,fv efgpgaaoi-ES,,i P14 P-41 ,Ll ,-A. 5':.:-:'m25efTfiFm'sae3e1:s3 "BONjOUR" smiles open an officers' session for Liz Fink, Bev Bailey, George Knowles. C - "7Mefzf7-ff fL'f,C',z,34Wc V014-dj REINDEER Roundup. French Club girls prepare for a Christmas skit. MASQUERADE Madness brought Miss Hopkins and Miss Drury in high style to the Mardi Gras Ball. FIESTA Fun is planned by Spanish Club members. Sheryl Turner, Dave Thompson, and Susie Burrow preside. OA, W f OFFICERS Latin Club President ................... joe Phillips Vice-Pres. ....... Alan Fries Secretary ..... janet Kuehn Treasurer .... Kit Dembicki Sponsor . ................... Miss Drury Spanish Club President .... ............... D avid Thompson Vice-Pres. .............. Ray Cermonprez Sec.-Treas. . . , ..... Sheryl Turner Sponsor . . . . ............... Mrs. Simpson French Club President .................... Liz Fink Vice-Pres. . . .George Knowles Sec.-Treas. .. ....... Bev Bailey Sponsor . .. . .Miss Hopkins 'IIS 'Ha Thespians Tradition of 'Theatre' Ez! Captures All Efforts "THE APPLAUSE, delight, and wonder of our stagen have all been experienced by the members of Troupe 19, National Thespians. Dedicated actors, staff and crew members, and directors were rewarded by recognition of both accomplishments and the acceptance of the "Spirit of Thespis" in its age-old interpretations. Members were on call all year for tryout duties and constantly broadened their own knowledge by effective study of the theatre arts. In late May new members were welcomed at a supper party followed by the highlight of the club year, a program of original skits and the annual "star" awards, fitting acknowledgement of dramatic interests, and faithful adherence to duty. OFFICERS Pres. ...... ............., S tuart McCall Vice-Pres. . . . .... jane Schendel Sec.-Treas. .. ..... Ann Fetter Sponsor . ..... Miss Herrick ,xgffl f A GETTING up in the world backstage are officers McCall, Schendel, and Fetter. i TROUPE 19. Sitting: Tom Grimes, Richard Shutt, Sherry Buchanan, Candy Christenson, Liz Fink, Wendy Fisher. Row 2: .Ioe Klugg, Caroline Greer, Craig Stancliffe, Stuart McCall, Ann Fetter, Francy Langsdorf, Kathy Clifton, Glenda Huntsman, Carolyn Barrett. Pete Stromquist. Row 3: .Iim Parks, Dan Hathaway, Allan Hazlett, jane Schendel, Iack Miller, Sally Lauterbach, Bev Bailey, Skip Switzer, Bob Swatzel. Quill and Scroll Aims Flavor Journalsfic Endeavors UNITED in the common interest of furthering the practices of good journalism and by meeting scho- lastic qualifications, the ten "old" and fifteen "new" members of the International Society of High School .lournalists were an active honorary group. They backed school publications and became better in- formed themselves of possible careers in this widen- ing field. Financial needs were met through the sales of book protectors and candies. Members kicked off the campaign which started the other organizations to contribute to a fund to finance Dr. Theilmann's summer trip to Russia, an NEA-sponsored tour to study school problems. New members were welcomed at a Wasl1ington's Birthday potluck supper, and as highlight of the year were initiated in mid-March at the four-school ceremonies under K.U.'s sponsorship. The program and dinner joined regional Quill and Scrollers in common interests and the exchange of ideas and methods, all aimed at adding more life and color to school publications. MARKING time before supper at Mrs. Greer's are Doug Slawson, Roy Miller, and janet Sowers, with l'Vendy Fisher and Liz Fink on the floor. SAMPLING tins of peanut candy Sherrie Feaker Sue Davis Pete Daniels, Ann Tetter Ann Papin Presi d en t Vice-Pres. Secretary Treas u re r Sponsor . HP' Q I W' 1' 5 S D iff ne QE Lv' a ,meh OFFICERS Muxlow, Ramzy, Egy, and Eberhart plan for the club's 26th annual tourney. National Forensic League fs eDebofers Join Forces :if To Offer Competition "OLD" by club standards, "active" by any measure- ment, Topeka I-Iigh's twenty-six-year-old debate club entered its second quarter-century with both dignity and enthusiasm. As one of the oldest chapters of F.N.L. in the lvlid-West, its annually sponsored Invitational Tournament attracted more than two hundred participants. All phases of the event, from invitations and room scheduling to purchasing trophies and "being per- fect hosts", were carried on efficiently in the weeks before the tourney. Selection and training of judges, arranging for timekeepers, and devising methods of tabulation were among the duties accepted by the entire membership. Guests enthusiastically said "Perfect!" and earnestly meant it. The annual banquet was arranged for members, parents, and special guests in late April. Highlight of the program was official recognition of the 1960-61 debate achievements through the awards of letters and special certificates and pins by Sponsor Hill. HTHIS is how we took it"-Ken Mfilke gives Don Wakeman the lowdown on trophy winning. 118 OFFICERS President .................... Nadia Ramzy Vice-President . . . .... Ralph Muxlow Secretary ...... ....... N ancy Egy Treasurer . .. .... Allan Eberhart Sponsor ....... Mr. Hill Sajby Club eens Sfucly Problemsp Support Driving Rules 'WVITHIN the next year, the average American citizen has one chance out of 5,000 of being killed by a motor vehicle, and one chance out of 125 of being injured." Such shocking statistics spurred To- peka High students to more determined efforts in a field crying for large scale publicity. Posters urg- ing "safety first" were widely distributed throughout school and community. The Governors Safety Convention in the fall called up club members to act as hosts, and the April state meeting in Mfichita drew a strong representa- tion to support Queen Nancy Egy. The city-wide Youth Court was supported in all its efforts to control speeding, instruct in law inter- pretation, and penalize offenders. According to re- cent statistics it is felt that the Court was responsible for the reduction of nearly 50 percent in youth traffic violations in relation to population and auto- mobile increases. "An educated driver behind each wheel" has literally become the club's goal. Mw- 5 sly' SAFE AND SOUND programs were de- vised by Officers Bowman and Gresser ff'-np, 47' '97 OFFICERS President ............ Andrea Gresser Vice-Pres. .. .... Marcia Oroke Sec.-Treas. .... Linda McCall, Carla Bowman Sponsor . ....... Mr. Dean PENALTY or probation is determined by Youth Court officers Trish Kennedy, Nancy Egy, Preston Harley. CONVENTION data is distributed by Nancy W Egy to Glenda VanOrsdol and Donna Krentz. 'll9 I3 ,gy 0 if Z Q1 INTERVIEXN ING guests from the other city schools at the annual Open Preszdent Steve Lauterbach Vzce Preszdenf Kathy DeWeese Sec Trens Wendy Fisher Yponsor Mrs. Lingo Miss E. Hopkins ff, 5 ff 'K f MZ ,Q J i if fr ' x fa! ul? f j W W f ' ' Q 69 ,- ff: ,Q ' ,M i f ,f Q. A ti t ,,,,,,.-I L i,,,MMw2 it I, W mf, 'iff ,f ' 'M 'K 45527 ,V .f , y fy, ff ff, E ' 1 f 5 , gf f ,ff Ah gf Z a,zM,,i. Q if 2 i X ft House, President Lauterbach holds the mike. Cross Club Service, , Spark Goal SERVICE-MINDED, TI-IS Red Crossers worked closely with the Chapter House to carry on the spirit of donating time and abilities for which the organization is well-known. Cooperating in the world-wide Chest and Arts programs, members were able to view the aft and handcraft displays from many nations, thus combining international and local interests. Homecoming introduced two annual proiects when club and council members worked on a float and sold "mums" at the game. Acting on Civil De- fense patrols, volunteers were stationed in the halls to direct the student body during drills. At Christ- mas, baskets were filled and delivered to needy families, and groups took part in the holiday events of caroling and wrapping packages at both the State and Veterans Hospitals. GOOD XVILL and good collections result in good times for Wfendy Fisher, Trish Kennedy, Gay Krionderis, and Steve Lauterbach as they fill Christmas baskets at the Chapter House. Key Club Civic Responsibilities Furnish Service 'Keys' BUILDING good citizens and competent leaders for better communities was the chief goal set by the Kiwanis-sponsored service club. The combined at- tention of both business and professional men of the city strengthened the understanding of local problems and broadened the career interests of Key Club members. At the regular Friday morning ses- sions speakers and programs furnished both enter- tainment and timely information. An authentic sand-painting artist turned attention to an ancient form of art which is having a current revival. The 1960-61 student telephone directory was pre- pared in October as a major service project to Tl-IS, and profits from its sale financed the sophomore handbook. Social life centered on the hayrack ride where members and dates enjoyed in traditional manner Kansas' crisp fall evenings. Elected in March 1960 as Lieutenant Governor for Topekais district, Robin Smith helped guide the local group, A large delegation attended the state convention last March where Andrea Gresser was their honored candidate for Queen. Q l 1 TROY'S most popular paperback-Loie Stone buys phone directories from Randy Marling, Dick Turner, and Buddy YVitts. OFFICERS President .................. Bob YVright Vice President ............. Frank Keller Secretary ...... ..... R obert Farnsworth Treasurer ..., ...,..... D ick Turner Lt. Governor .. .... Robin Smith Sponsor ,.... Mr. Pringle "AND NEXT on the agenda .... " Robert Farnsworth, Bob Wright conduct a meeting. 121 lm CAVEAT EMPTOR! Let the buyer beware! Charlotte Fox, Sharon Rake, and Shar- on Bland-en display their wares to Bob Swatzell, Russell Vanover, Linda Richel. TREASURER'S report by Marsha Babicki. 122 - 66725 212 Z Emphasize Unity sy V14 World-wide Group "PEACE AND UNITY, freedom and brotherhood, these We have set to be our goals" are the words to a Y-Teen song, and the goals are kept in mind by the girls who make up this active organization. After- school meetings at the YWCA included programs by exchange students and informative speakers from florists to therapists. The Ideal Nursing Home was "adopted" by Y- Teens who enthusiastically made favors and gifts for special holidays and patients' birthdays. Other proj- ects included caroling near Christmastime and rais- ing funds through cookie sales in the main hall at Troy. Several members attended the out-of-state con- ference at St. Louis where this world-wide organiza- tion of teenage girls promoted understanding through common interests at home and abroad. OFFICERS President .................... Kathy Clifton Vice-President . . . ....... Linda Whisler Secretary ...... ..... S haron Blandon Treasurer .... ........ M arcia Babicki Sponsor .... ..... M iss Annabel Pringle l Broad Interest Areas Attract Me mbership COMBINING service with personal growth and recreation, Hi-Y boys furthered their Christian goals and understandings. A stimulating program in the fall took members on a complete tour of the city police department. A laboratory technician, Lt. Feaker, and Chief lfVells gave up-to-date information on aspects of police activity. In connection with future prospects of military service, films on the Air Force Academy, Annapolis, and West Point gave pertinent information on a timely subject. Prejudices were examined through several pro- grams on current misunderstandings, one by a To- peka minister who discussed the controversial "beat- nik generation." March activities stemmed from in- terest in the annual Hi-Y Legislature held in Topeka where bills were introduced that interpreted youth's views of present-day problems. The desire for recreation and service to school inspired a hayrack ride and a varsity featuring door prizes and a "Parade of Bands," while the annual spring overnight was an award for a busy year. OFFICERS President . . . ............. Crosby Crosby Vice4Prcs. . . . ...... Max VVells T T 1 Sec.-Treas. .. ..... Mike Shinn ROCKIN, OUT. Greg Wingate and Chajalnm .... ..... B ob Yvflghf Kathy Elliott have fun at the varsity. Sponsor . ,,A, Mr, Coder "THIS IS my life," explains Police Officer Leonard to jerry England, jim Corrick, jan Carpenter, Max XfVells, joe Edsall, Crosby Crosby Pat McKenna, Frank Durein, Cart Gentrv. Mickey Akerstrom, Mr. Coder and Duane Dodge. Scene is an officer training classroom. 1 y l 'X Ohuiwdz S 1 I pl fi f , , . ,,,,,., A A V' Q . 4 h ,. ' Q LA. A SINCERE exhibit of school spirit. OFFICERS President , ..... , ...... Eric I-Iedstrom Sec.-Treas. .... ..... S ylvia Carney Co-Chairmen ..... Beverly Lewey Steve Norsworthy Sponsor . . . .......,.. Mr. Dilley Touthybr Christ Peace Through Belief , Helps Build Outlook RELIGIOUS understanding and dedication were the goals of this group of Trojans. Trying to assist the young people of both the school and the com- munity through Christian teachings, Youth for Christ was an entirely service-minded organization. There was no membership soliciting, nor were dues assessed. Their doors were always open to those who shared a sincere faith and found comfort in "a full and unselfish attitude." Meetings were held early on Tuesday mornings and featured speakers, films, and programs by mem- bers, all pinpointing youth's needs in today's world. Music was a popular accompaniment to the fellow- ship evident at the meetings because members felt that singing together, as well as thinking, speaking, and praying together, brought into focus the real meaning of life as their organization interpreted it. PRELUDE to a 7:45 meeting with Barbara and Betty Carroll, Sylvia Carney, Sharon and Karen Feist. A 124 'as K vu- Muff Business Clubs Adequate Preparation Is Immediate Concern PUTTING into practice what they learned in the various business classes, Topeka High's two branches of the Distributive Education Clubs of Kansas par- ticipated in many annual state contests and walked off with a fair share of awards for their excellence. Local meetings included speakers and demonstra- tions which pointed up all facets of the business World from appearances to apprenticeships. FBLA, in its second year as a large and active club, toured local enterprises to explore job possibilities and observe the methods of modern business. FUTURE Business Leaders of America hold a morning meeting. ra .,- I , X es X s X v X s YQ: SX 'YN Q X 5 S XX X l s f 4 ,hs y.. Q "'ns ' . . Q I ' ' ' if ,'X,nl1-,-:fe-'M fs as' so 'f' ,,., 4. xq. '54 WINNERS of office practice awards: Sue Barrett, Marigrace Hulse, janet Thompson, Connie Tevis, Sonna Edwards. OFFICERS Retail Selling President ...... , ....... Patricia Long Vice-Pres. .. .... Sharon Mitchell Secretary . . . ..... Patricia Fuqua Treasurer .... ...... A lvin Phillis Sponsor ..................., Mr. Nall Office Practice President ........... Marigrace Hulse Vice-Pres. .. ,......... Karen Iott Secretary . . . ..... Marilyn Hunsicker Treasurer .. .......... Connie Tevis Sponsor ,. . ............... Mr. Cagle F.B.L.A. President ...,... Mariarace Hulse Vice-Pres. . . . ...,. Sylvia Carney Secretary ..., ..... S ue Barrett Treasurer .. ..... Pat Griffin Sponsor . . . .... Miss Janousek TOPNOTCHERS in retail selling: Sheryl Johnson, Sharon Mitchell, Donna Shearer, Patricia Long, Sandra Dillon, Patricia Fuqua. 125 .WX TEA time entices Diann Edwards and Barbara Michel. 'w .,A, W ewkfn' 26 445,44 , ,yy F1 F1 '-l P11 Z Q U. 3 fm U T' W ro "1 5 sn 'Y CL I 'L V5 'U an nw 77 fn cn xv "1 sv cn ro 5 5 rn m :S Q4 cn S: Ui no 5 3: 25' 5 F sw Q- I9 'J' ro 33. Q3 m 'Y fn Future Nurses Service, Satisfaction Point Up Career Plans Fgs2.,g'5QQ.fw5-as fag-eases "imO"2 N PDQ'-'rms-1 2"C5'5g2Z2'-'UQ5'f3P',35q CQ' F-4 E'32.UQwa55!m3wO'5"'D2r-' Domswwawsamsegga -SDH :E '-53,-.sclzunrfjgt-Du :B89nC'DmfDfv35'EQ':-ffiz,-35.0 :Tm Wg... -P453-E'Q-I4 Cy-Q-e-v Emwazmsawg-.ZQHQO ,DE-,,5'Q Seam OUQOQH-Q. 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Miss Phillips, Mrs. Marshall F uture Teachers Shows Concern For Tomorrow's Youth GIVING of services and capabilities in the teaching profession attracted many students to Troy's Dewitt Clinton Chapter of the Future Teachers of America. These members shared the desire to impart knowl- edge to others and to guide them toward a better understanding of subject matter and world attitudes. Ushering for the Kansas State Teachers Conven- tion, they met their first service project with suc- cess. The AFS exchange students presented programs and were questioned concerning schools abroad, the courses offered, homework assigned, and student- teacher relations. Practice teachers and other quali- fied speakers shared experiences and stimulated further interest in general and specialized fields. With a new realization of the responsibility a teacher has to students and the effect proper atti- tudes can have on their lives, they prepared them- selves for the necessary training following gradua- tion. Through such dedication, Troy's club members began to acquire the understandings needed when they become the Late 1960's Teachers of America. f-ef . DISCUSSING 1965's teaching prospects, Mr. Whitson and Miss Ham "look over the field." OFFICERS President .... ............ L ynn Lieurance Vice-Pres. .... .... B obbie Barrows Secretary .. .... Ginnie Wisler Treasurer .... ........ L oyce Larson Sponsors ..... .... M iss Ham, Mr. Myers THE SAMPLE is de-liciousl Bev Bailey waits for Carl Schmitthenner's reaction. 12 7 'IGQ Homemakers Experimeniing 'Women's Place' TROHOMA, Troy's chapter of the national organi- zation of FHA, stressed extra-curricular activities that bolstered class work in home economics as well as the natural feminine interest in homemaking. Speakers, demonstrations, field trips, and social func- tions brought into focus new trends in home decora- tion, flower arrangements, foreign cookery, and the combined accomplishments that label a girl a "per- fect hostess." Members attended the state convention held in Topeka in March and were guests at Washburn's Food Fair. In late February the club sponsored a coffee party following the Simplicity style show where mothers, teachers, and Miss Dianne Smith were special guests and the subtle arts of homemak- ing were practiced. A MOTHERS' coffee following the spring style show honored Simplicity's Miss Dianne Smith. OFFICERS President ........... , . ,Bev Barley Vice-Pres. . . . .... Patty Peterson Secretary . . . .... Linda Hamilton Treasurer . . . .... Sidney Rowland Sponsors ........ Mrs. Huttenhoff, Mrs. Summers SPRINGTIME magic is created on a cold, snowy morning by Lord's flow- er arranger, Mrs. Margaret Sloath. PLANS for the March state con- vention are discussed by Beverly Bailey, jean Loughmiller, Patty Peterson, and Nancy Guthrie. Z 2 -1 cb O :r E. .Q c co CD vs -F T cb QD GD UU ro Q c 4 14 Q H Q G fl? I fb Q I :- . A 44P+3 ES'E,Z9H5Ef5S 3532.535 f"Qf-sEg,3,"CVF','T,fO,9DNfi'.E-H335 r-1 '-' P-' 'l Sagfbi'-3 "fg'Ho:E,aaWo anmegdegmaia gnc 'DH-'Uosnflo Kao' Gig-Hp-5 Q-I3 N4 i-O---.-rp "' Ea vQ,4s5,wC:vQ,,O SD:-+4 Q "sv-qsigqf-gf-'55 OX425' 5:'a.wGw:o -gfmgowe aavaoaig- Hghe 2:eg'?DeP:':T Eciiakar ,.,,fDfD nv-'IQ OpD""J'f5-JB f--dw Jenn! 40-Sf-f 2f55'F5NfDS1'Di 'D::'.,9-590 eaeeeamie Earggi- 3gm?D55,ECT"'C,S' :facigdo 'FD f-+ -cg: "7 n,OJw,5-2:55-'Q S"'Of-DUQH-CL 37:-v5Jqr1"'Df' 50723 g'D.,,Q'2"7J5E- Effl5"m Hgowmiiml- H 5-'UH D.,-.Qwom gn 3-wwmum gOO5mCLmg-Arn f-fxgabi.-.Q,'i3 D-25e'o9-":o5'm P-1oif.Hg,E' mfswmbmm, :::foE ,-5 'H rag 4 +-f-sr-rt-DV, Q--65.29-32:5 QQUQQQ "' C ai . -"' Se2'ae-:remit was-'aaa rail X4 f-'LT' fbmroirfl 3 Og Qaazgm Qaowi, C"'Q"5m5d':'3s: ,m:g"i8f:5 QQQQEHB 5 2' Efomgd O.'3.5.f'oO"85'T5E GMHQFUW wasifbgmm' 5:1 Of- setr-oos-'3.3?B 9-42.9.5397 17? 179' 57' ff-317 OFFICERS President ...,...........,... Una Thurston Vice President .... Margie Mclvilliams Secretary . . .x ...... ...... J ane Edmonston Treasurer ........... ...... C arla Rust Program Chairmen .... ....... M argie Mills, Vicki YVhitaker V ,l PRE-DIP meeting of officers, Janie and Margie, Sponsor .......... ...... M rs. Spencer front: Una and Margie MC, and Carla, top. Sh erry POOL-SIDE mermaids. Front Row: Sandy Crawford, Vera True, Marty Mills, Sharon Rake, Kay Swalwell, Avis, Judy Bodenhausen, Mary Paul, Roseann Sams, jane Edmondson. Row 2: Una Thurston, Sandy Lessenden, Penny Mfolfgang, Mary Yvoodward, Carolyn Houseworth, Faye Northcutt, Rita Anderson, Nan XfVilkes, Kathy Houseworth, Joleen Miller, Dickinson, Cherrie Brownell, joan Cameron, Linda Hutton, Belinda Brown, Karen Kilker, Marty Mettner, Susie Margie Mills, Caroline Greer. Top Row: Carla Rust, Margie McWilliams, Sara Davis, Mary Kay Perry, Nancy Dittemore, Kathy Hankenson, Jody Davis, Connie Sloop, Sally Potter, Susan Mau, Glee Boylan, Rosemary Skinner, Tanya McCoy. 5 W. , X 1 I f, lbw-f-iff 4, VM , X' , . V, - k.'. .sv - 4 x ' X' F' ii, , 2 7 Y i W Q K , , 5 I In sw Jigs. Qg 1 r 1, , I . ,K ,, 5 4 , 'ily N 5 l' rv 1 3 V 1 I R , . , 5 x I M. r, ,A x 'W I t l ' ' 129 .rm ,, THE COKE machine works overtime as Keith Searcy waits on Connie Lance and guest baton twirler. mv Winners Unite Pleasure, Service BLACK letters and numerals on gold sweaters or striking black and gold jackets identified the top Trojan athletes as lettermen. They represented the competitive athletic sports in an exclusive club that recognized their many hours of training and the acknowledgement of good sportsmanship on the field. Following the anticipated "welcome',, new mem- bers were put to work on numerous service projects. Lettermen tended the concession stand during the basketball season and used the profits for equip- ment or improvements that would benefit all ath- letes. In the fall they treated themselves to the annual hayrack ride, and in the spring they enter- tained the coaches and their wives at a dinner party. Sponsorship of a varsity and the support of various school fund drives rounded out a year of effective fellowship. PRE-RUSH instructions are inter- preted by Mr. West and Joe Phillips. 9 .5 if LETTERMEN. Front Row: Dave Reynolds, Bay Chotlos, Scott Linscott, Steve Sannernan, Robert Thomas, Tom Clark, Mike Gentry, Dennis Hawver, Richard Ford, Bernard Hurd. Row 2: Bill Brad- ford, Mike Tyree, Dave Barton, Larry Campbell, Barry Billington, John Woody, Greg Mott, Jim Basile, Buddy YVitts, Bob Boyd, Preston Hoyt, Fred Klesath, John Nunley. Row 3: Joe Phillips, Tom McBride, Gary Oyler, John Cairl, john Atkinson, joe Anderson, Mike Shinn, Mike Oyler, Mike McPherson, J. B. Sharp, Greg Wingate, and Dave Crandall. Top Row: Steve Norsworthy, john Lord, Jack Meisinger, Dan Baker, Dick Turner, Theron Sims, Dick Thornburg, Buddy Thurston, Leonard Lewis, Steve Ward, Tom Magerkurth, and Tom Staebler. Latecomers are not listed. OFFICERS President ............. Dave Crandall Vice-Pres. ...... Tom Clark Sec.-Treas, .... .... M arvin Kuehn Sgt. at Arms .. ..... Mike Shinn Sponsor ,. .. ..... Mr. Reid "BE YVITH you in a minute!" Bob Boyd and Keith Searcy can't keep up with business. l3'I BRAIN as well as brawn needs de- velopment 1n well rounded programs. Hihleiics RESOURCE development of Mid-Arnerica's vast and fertile lands have produced deep-rooted strengths in mineral, crop, and livestock wealth. Raw Nature had first to be understood, then controlled, trained, and finally made to support a growing population. There is "gold" everywhere, in the sunshine, the yellow wheat, the tall corn, the rolling pastures, the glowing sunflow- ers. Physical resources have been tapped today as sports- manship and stamina have shown Trojan athletes in profitable and steady growth through competition. , ,x fi. Ai? ' xg. P if 5153: KH' U K I 5 Wg' 2 ,. .4 I p . . l QM? -cy If 'I , q ,., T f T HEY .3 'Iggy' I ' . ,1 , Q ' AX ',1 K XL, di, 5 f ,gf Q! , ii THE STATES first municipal water supply came from the lake created in 1874 by a dam built at Blue Rapids. 4 YEA BLACK! Yea, Gold! Kneeling: Vicki Whitaker, Bev Bailey, Sheryl Rabe. Standing: Kathy Crothers, Sara Davis, Liz Fink, and Margot Wells. Cheerleaders 'Best' of Troy Explocles Wherever Pepsfesr Go ABOUNDING with energy and radiating conta- geous smiles, the A and B-Team cheerleaders boosted school spirit with their limitless enthusiasm in as- semblies, parades, pep rallies, "Little People" skits, and halftime events. New techniques were perfected by the A-Team members at a summer clinic in Dallas, On this an- nual trip there were opportunities to meet and ex- change ideas with other cheerleaders from the Mid- west under expert tutelage in "crowd psychology." Whereve'r they went, in school or on trips, these twelve girls represented the "best of Troy" as they backed athletic events, bid farewell to Bellamy dele- gates, sent off State-bound debate squads, or intro- d-uced prize-winning publications staffs. Theirs was "To do and TRY for Troyln Sponsors ............ Miss Aley, Miss Larmer B-TEAM quintet. Front Row: Sherrie Brownell, Kathy House- worth. Row 2: Terri Burke, Janet Kuehn, and Betsy Wiksten VICKI WHITAKER SARA DAVIS BEVERLY BAILEY Head Cheerleader MARGOT WVELLS KATHY CROTHERS ELIZABETH FINK BACKSTAGE pow-wow with Miss Aley prior to an athletic asssembly i 'I35 ei 1 xiii!! ' 271 Fx MS, Pg 'Q A 1 if? 525 A , , fi? Wife ers fh 0 fwww fwqfi it 5 TROY'S Terrific "T" BUY yours today! 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O5 CQ,-. ggggwmw Elgrrbggfgg-D237-U'm2gIg"3 CLgg1,:'CQ3 UQu:J,E,c7w4a'.I5ZQu 'ESD 35' may-is mmj7-,,,T5gr'DD"mN5':- H v--OO'-:i-I Q.,-M O -JFDOLZS fDfD:H:,g.O fl DHQH-i11g.3fT'G UQ H554 rung 3,.,Z3"g-3--mH'T3'l D"9'm9gH5' agmfg-gngigmcagl rn mi-s g:55Q.1roCIQ fog-' gg Bfbhlwm QD-HSS-Q. rn Swv, 2,-f,4w:oo No Zap 5mLE?:3:f-'DOHQD' C5 '-'Nw--0 :-:AJ..3"UfD,'IJ+5g""-'99 s405'D"'2-JD O,-Offwyc' '1M""'Um5 ir-v-,t'DiN4f.Q-1 r-nqbfbe-r.Qf'D:-f"Dg,-f WELCOME refreshments for the fall get-acquainted meeting are served by Judy Branham and Caroline Greer. GIRLS took along a l'tower" of enthusiasm to the Regionals at Leavenworth. 42 , l 37 I 7 OUT OF the night-led by Judy Kelly. SIZE 52? Mary Starbuck, YVendy Fisher help fit a special order. OFFICERS Girls' Combined Clubs President .......................... Jane Schendel Girls, Honor Pep Club President ......................... Mary Starbuck Vice-Pres. ................,........... Susan Ebel Girls' Regular Pep Club President ..............,........... Wendy Fisher Vice-Pres. .,,.........,...,........, Marcia Oroke Sec.-Treas. . . . . . ..... Ginger Elliott Pro. Chm. . . . ...,......, Lea Hirschberg Sponsors .. .... Miss Aley, Miss Larmer l r 1 ,-,,,, - , iff xx Z""--W., ,,., ,.., isa N mM"""""-.,,. WHAT not to wear at THS athletic contests is jokingly explained by Kay Loebsack. JUST CALL it a Hline-up"-of officers, that is. Barry McGrath, John Lord, john Atkinson, Robert Farnsworth, Marvin Kuehn EWS' Pep Club Backers Vim to Vicfories SPIRITED and jubilant, Topeka High's version of an all-male cheering squad had its ups and downs in matters of organization but succeeded to be Hair- borne" much of the time. With their booming voices, this enthusiastic group contributed unpredictable shouts of encouragement to athletic contests and added the balance needed to develop a representa- tive all-school backing of pepsters. A loosely knit organization, it never-the-less developed considerable support for homecoming activities, promoted a var- sity during the basketball season, and added humor to assemblies with the traditional take-off on the girl cheerleaders. Trips to out-of-town games were arranged, and non-allocated funds in their treasury helped cover the bus fare of members. Not wishing to appear too "short" in matters of rules, minutes, and committee reports, this nucleus of organized enthusiasm insisted that it was "long" on Trojan loyalty. AS COMPLETELY relaxed as an officer can be, Veep Atkinson "wastes" no time with his basket. President Vice-Pres. Secretary . Treasurer Attendance Sponsors . OFFICERS . , , .......... Robert Farnsworth .. . ...... john Atkinson ...,...John Lord .. . . .. . . .Marvin Kuehn Sec. . . . ...,.... Barry McGrath ...., ....Mr, Knecht, Mr. Wurtz 9 4.5 RN78? y My yy N " Ji 6 sf W, N ffl W5 s 2 2 hVh f 1 m. 2 . ,Z 34,1 X gi ' 6 i ggwwasefffj Q 'Hur 1 ., I Q yn Q S F, ' . 40 .:zh,.izf I ffl ' SCOREBOARD Varsi ty THS OPPONENT 27 Highland Park 0 13 Shawnee Mission North 14 ' 13 Lawrence 19 32 Washington 13 20 Wichita Southeast 19 12 Wyandotte 6 22 Hayden 0 19 S.M. East 7 19 Wichita East 13 SIDELINE talk. Coach Reid in- terprets strategy with Gary Oyler, Steve Warcl, and John Atkinson. as Y is f .-va A l 19.3-'VE7 Football 1960's GRIDMEN Sitting: Joel Lawson, Steve Ward, john Nunley, Tom Clark, Bob Thomas, Fred Klesath, Mike Tyree, john Cairl, Mike Shinn, john Atkinson, Dave Crandall, Kneeling: Joe Phillips, Steve Nors- worthy, Dan Mcjunkin, Joe Anderson, Mike Oyler, Dave Bar- ton, Carl Bartley, Bernard Hurd, jim Brewer, john Woody, Andy Williams, Mike Gentry. Row 3: Bob Benaka, Frank Sewell, Dick Thornburg, Bill lrVilliams, Larry Frost, Gary Oyler, Greg Mott, Dan Baker, Dorman Robinson, Duke jones, Dick Edelblute, Carl Chandler, George Montgomery, Coach Bliss. Row 4: Coach Vil- leme, Tom McBride, Coach Reid, Don Lungren, Charles Allen, Jim Olander, Cliff Flowers, jim Dougan, Roger Templin, Brick Briggs, Richard johnson, Eric Kjorlie, Ron Hodgson, Russell Thomann, Tim Holt, Barry Mc- Grath. Top Row: Dan Whitmore, Boyd Pierce, Gerald Revely, jay james, Ray Killam, Mike McPher- son, Dan Lake, Max Wells, Joe Cochran, Claude Carpenter, john Phannenstiel, and Gail Howard. o o E N G d S d UP AND OFF, B l M'k G xp Barr McGrath, agld ToineMcKl?ri3c Posts Record of 7-2 TROY'S GRIDIRON team for 1960 was a thrilling mixture of volatile breakaways, cliff-hanging fin- ishes, and come-from-behind victories. Seven games were not decided until the fourth quarter. On two different occasions the winning touchdown didn't come until only seconds remained. Highlighting the successes were victories over Wichita SE, Wyandotte, and Wichita E. As a result, the Trojans attained a final rating of third in the state behind Lawrence and Independence plus a share in the Sunflower League crown. Cross-town rival Highland Park was downed in the season's opener. The first time that Troy got hands on the ball this year Dave Crandall returned a punt 77 yards for the touchdown. Topeka's strong second unit played enough of the time to add scores by Steve Norsworthy and Joel Lawson. Coaches ...... Larry Reid, Don Bliss, Mel Villeme, Roger Ginavan, Wiley Alberg, jack Dean Trainer .............. Clark Anthony Field House lllgr. ..... jack Widigan Y do one of their managership jobs 141 I , JOE ANDERSON, 77 Tackle - Co-Captain W JOHN ATKINSON, 11 Quarterback Co-Captain LOYCE BAILEY, 20 Halfback f THROUGHOUT the season, Larry Woolridge's circus catching sparked Troy's offense play. DAN BAKER, 60 Guard CARL BARTLEY, 62 Guard DAVE BARTON, 52 Center xr Close Finishes Reflect Successful Campaign The following week, Crandall had a 68-yard punt return for six points, but Shawnee Mission North completed four passes in the last 20 seconds to pull out a breathless 14-13 win with only two seconds on the clock when the winning points were scored. Taking on the perennial state champions, Law- rence, the Trojans almost managed to stop the Lions' much publicized winning streak. An 81-yard gallop by Bob Kimball through the middle of the line proved to be the keystone for the decisive points. Both Topekais TD's in the 19-13 loss came on passes from quarterback John Atkinson to half- back Larry Woolridge. At Washington the following week, the Trojans exploded for three touchdowns in the final quarter to overcome a determined Wildcat team. An 80- yard sprint by Woolridge put Troy in front, and the final clincher came when John Woody picked off a pass by Washington's quarterback Terry Camp- bell and lateraled to Loyce Bailey. Aerials from Atkinson to Shinn and Nunley accounted for two other touchdowns. BARRY BILLINGTON, 83 End JIM BREWER, 85 End JOHN CAIRL, 82 Tackle TOM CLARK, 70 Tackle DAVE CRANDALL, 23 Halfback Co-Captain BERNARD HURD, 75 Tackle 4 WEDGED in tightly between two Highland Park tacklers, Quarter- back john Atkinson forges ahead. if f ef f 'I 1 fi 1 f' f P' " , , 'I lf X Qa' f 4 x If. ,Ja Qi 'I43 BLOCKING Wyandotte, Steve Yvard opens the way for john Atkinson. 44 42 5 Y 5 3 b WA' f 4" f . ff 1 X f 7 0 4 1 7 ev 'EW 'Q , .- , , , W fl' , 2 J 'A V' f 4 " 64 7 ' jf' fy! ff I Q f 1 gif Q? M, f 1, -f, . . ., E, , ,,?,,,, f! J f 4 ff ff , ' Q f A z ff f fd ' 2 3 Q X ' f54!' 'U -f,, f, f f A in .Wg ,,, f fi Z I . F1 FRED KLESATH, 53 Center JOEL LAWSON, 29 Halfback DAN MCJUNKIN, 86 End GREG MOTT, 54 Center STEVE NORSWORT F ull back JOHN NUNLEY, 81 End HY GARY OYLER, 69 Guard MIKE OYLER, 68 Guard JOE PHILLIPS, 25 Halfback MIKE SHINN, ss End Co-Captain BOE THOMAS, 66 Guard MIKE TYREE, 67 W Guard LE p El A- -L ' Aggressive Defenses Spark Rugged Action Overcoming a great performance by Wichita East's quarterback John Woolf, Topeka managed a 20-19 success story. Woolf threw a 70-yard TD pass and then ran 84 yards for another score. VVool- ridge notched two touchdowns, one on an 86-yard pass from Atkinson and then crossed from the nine in the fourth period to chalk up the winning points. Defense marked the tough W'yandotte game as both teams put up stout barriers. Troy emerged on top by virtue of an intercepted pass and runback by Crandall. The other score in the l2-6 victory was a result of a 61-yard pass from Atkinson to Woolridge. The win put THS on top in the Sun- flower League standings. Then on a wet, chilly night, the Trojans knocked off intra-city rival Hayden 22-0. The game's high point was a 20-yard field goal by sophomore Bill Williams. The inconsistency of extra-point kicking again appeared to be a noticeable handicap to per- fect scoring. E SHOULD'A one round Ii ht end "H g 'g . . . Experts take over the bench on Dadis Night. 'I4 blif iQ 46 STEVE WARD, 33 Fullback MAX WELLS, 71 Tackle ANDREW WILLIAMS, 36 Fullback BILL WILLIAMS, 84 End JOHN WOODY, 12 Quarterback LARRY WOOLRID GE, 22 H alfback ' ia A X' ' J i 4 o ro N2 11 Q U5 U7 Q 3. ar V9 O 'I Z 5 CD -I O C n 5' Q. 2 5 on For three-quarters of the next game, Shawnee Mission East put up a rugged battle before Troy broke loose for 19 points in the final period. After being thwarted for most of the game by fumbles and penalties, a pass in the legendary Atkinson-to Woolridge beeline put Topeka in front for the first time 12-7. Steve Ward intercepted a pass for a touchdown that clinched the win and a share in the Sunflower League championship. The Trojans netted their sixth win in a row by defeating Wichita East 19-l3. All of Topeka's touch- downs were scored by Mfoolridge on passes from Atkinson. With the score tied at 13-13 and just 17 seconds left in the game, Woolridge grabbed a pass that had been deflected by a Wichita East defender and raced into the end zone, adding another hair- breath victory to the 1960 season. SWEEPING right end, halfbaek Dave Cran- dall picks up yardage against Wichita East. ALL-STATE end Mike Shinn dis- plays talents in the Wichita-SE game that earned him top awards. UNGLAMOROUS moments. Muddy uniforms and slippery grounds mark the Hayden Massacre. TOUCHDOWN! The upraised hands of the referee, the dejected look of the defense, and the grandstand cheering all say the same thing. ,WI 2 , , K 'f .fm 147 4 Charts Fufurep Unveil Stamina ALTHOUGH this season's record was only 1-3-1, the Trojan B-Team exhibited encouraging signs for next season's record. Coached by Mel Villeme, the "Bees" gained valuable experience even though some will move over to the new high school, Topeka West. They held their own against Sunflower League foes, beating Shawnee Mission East, tying Shawnee Mission North, and losing only to Wyan- dotte. Both other losses were close games, 6-7 to Lawrence, and 0-6 to Highland Park. The most encouraging aspect for next year was the powerful play of Troy's sophomore team. The Sophs, under Coach Roger Ginavan, ran up large scores against opponents, suffering a lone loss to arch-rival Lawrence 6-19. Shutout victories over Hayden and SM-East and triumphs over SM-North and Seaman brought the record of Trojan sopho- more teams over the past eight years to a total of thirty-nine wins to seven losses. Over the same period of time they have established an enviable record of twelve wins and four losses in Sunflower League competition. FULLBACK Steve Norsworthy leads a strong sec- ond uhit as he smashes into Highland Park tacklers. SCOREBOARD B-Team THS OPPONENT 0 Highland Park 6 13 Shawnee Mission N. 13 6 Lawrence 7 7 Wyandotte 19 26 Shawnee Mission E. 0 Sophomores THS OPPONENT 14 Seaman 6 28 Shawnee Mission E. 0 42 Shawnee Mission N. 6 72 Hayden 0 6 Lawrence 19 BLOCKING for Larry Xvoolridge, Mike Shinn paves the way for a speedy Trojan backfield. XVHITENESS of uniforms contrast with the blackness of an autumn night. Squadmen race onto the field through the traditional Honor Pep formation. 'I4 9 5 ONE, TWO, Three, Four-The Trojan band is right in step for the parade. -V,-f A LITTLE anxious as they await their cues, Attendants Linda Sawyer and Marilyn Grantham stand with Greg Wingate and Dave Thompson. CLOWN Prince Rupert Blankenship adds his personal touch to the seniors' float. O Homecoming Event Places Emphasis on Tradition CLIMAXING the excitement of the opening weeks of school, the entire student body cooperated in the annual homecoming activities on October l4. The afternoon spotlight turned on the Trojan stage where an assembly preceded the introduction of the trio of Homecoming Queen candidates. Nominated by the football team, she had been chosen in home- ig room elections but her identity was still a secret. Larry Callahan serenaded the royalty with "Younger Than Springtime" and the girls were es- corted down the long center aisle and into shiny new convertibles for the parade through the down- town area. The band, colorful floats, and march- ing pep clubs made the occasion a bright spot in Topeka High's book of memories. The footbal game, a series of hard-fought plays which ended in the upset of third-ranked Wichita Southeast, brought out a record number of Trojans, grads, parents, and friends. In traditional cere- monies, Kathy Crothers was crowned at the half- time and her reign continued through the last half of the game and on through the "Victory Varsity" celebration which followed. fyfffa-fry! V PARADE lineup gets under way for sponsors Bartlow and Gilbert as Cathy Crothers and Dave Crandall wait to "get the show on the road." HALFTIME-Happy royalty, proud parents, delighted friends. .,,,, . V. M if 'I 5 'I Queen Kathy Crozfhers Attendant Attendant Marz'Q1n Grantham Linda Sawyer A WONDERFUL moment arrives when three candidates are presented by their proud escortsg Marilyn Grantham, John Atkinsong Linda Sawyer, Larry Woolridgeg Kathy Crothers, Dave Crandall. The Rqfalgf Charm, Grace, Poise Mark Troy's Lovelies "MY HEART Stood Still" drifted through the hushed stadium at halftime as the glowing Home- coming royalty of 1960 approached the grandstand in a parade of shiny convertibles. The stars in the evening skies were no brighter than the eyes of the three lovely girls, one of whom the crowd waited to give special acclaim. Wearing smart dark suits, attendants Marilyn Grantham and Linda Sawyer were escorted through the Honor Pep arch by Dave Thompson and Greg Wingate. There was the tenseness of expectancy as the music drifted away. Then, with the roll of drums, Her Majesty came graciously through the guard of honor. Lights dimmed, and the THS band set the background as Marvin Kuehn escorted her to her throne. Through the quiet air came the clear words of Superintendent Godwin as he officially pronounced Kathy Crothers 1960 Homecoming Queen, and her joyous reign began. The third "moment of glory" followed when the Queen and her attendants occupied seats of honor at the varsity, and each was presented with a souvenir to make the football season and the event that symbolizes annually a high point in Trojan Spirit. CHAUFFEUR: Steve Sanneman and football co-captain assist beaming Kathy Crothers as she waits her "sweet chariot." 'l5 TROJANS Dave Nelson and John Atkinson gang up on Haydenls Mike Unrein from both sides to gain their share of the roundball. AN EXCITED Coach Dean spurs his quintet on at the Regionals. 4 I 'auf-4' 'W K L, Basketball Hof and Cold Streaks Cage Records COACH Jack Dean's cage squad ended a streak- filled season with a record of eleven wins against eight defeats. A fine start chalked up five of the first seven gamesg then a loss to Highland Park touched off a losing streak of five contests and dropped the Trojans to third place in the Sunflower Leagues coveted roster. A come-from-behind victory over Washington started the incentive for a drive which picked up steam until the finals of the Regionals where a ball- controlling Vffashburn Rural staved off a late Trojan rally to preserve a close 49-47 win. At one time or another during the season, eleven different players answered the whistle as Coach Dean shuffled his lineup in quest of a winning combination. Hopes for a strong squad next year are high with Bailey and Nelson back along with three other lettermen. Several members of a strong B-team will add depth. Coaches ....... .... M r. Dean, Mr. Alberg '71-s M 53? F G 2 1 Lu 3 JOHN ATKINSON LOYCE BAILEY PAUL BARR JOHN FLY Forward Guard Guard Guard A LEAGUE crown with 18.1 points per game and a school record of 31 points in a single game gave john Atkinson the year's No. 1 title. SCOREBOARD T HS OPP Salina 62 56 Wichita East 37 47 Shawnee Mission North 65 61 Shawnee Mission East 64 61 Wyandotte 34 51 Lawrence 58 55 Washington 54 44 Hayden 66 75 Highland Park 41 48 Shawnee Mission North 54 60 Parsons 47 62 Wyandotte 58 71 Washington 61 60 Lawrence 71 50 Shawnee Mission East 76 72 Highland Park 59 41 Atchison Regionals Atchison 70 52 Hayden 71 48 Washburn Rural 47 49 JOHN GRANTHAM BARRY MCGRATH Guard Forward 11,232 " MWYWYW , M ' W, M ,, , -MW, X ,,,, fa , ' fWm.,,fWm, pg: , rrg' fe 4 ff r 5 f my 5 f 1 A 9 -Wg N. 4 r f V wi A, 5 4, 1 1 , , In , , 'll J f V1 fw- L? 47? 1 JACK MILLER DAVE NELSON ELBERT OTT MIKE SHINN Guard Forward Forward Center HIGH off the boards, Troy's leading rebound- er Mike Shinn goes unchallenged for the ball. 6 ONT Wool HE FRONT of a fast break, ridge fouls SME's defense. 1 i i fewfirveffg y 3 'WINE 1 ,gf.,f,,. .7 :'f,51qge,:v,a6 "WATCH it, Buster!" warns Bill Williams. fl? 3 IX I xll l +"-Us f V f DOUG SLAWSON BILL WILLIAMS LARRY WOOLRIDGE Forward Forward Guard 9535125 3 71 -,...,:w..4 1 5 7 B-TEAM SQUAD. Knefling: Walter Greer, Denny Payne, jim Simpson, Loyce Bailey, Gale Howard, Bill McDonald. 158 Standing: Dave Nelson, Bill Williams, john Cairl, Coach Alberg, Enos Cooper, Duke jones, Bill Harris, Elbert Ott. Top B-Team and Sophs Future Honors RUNNING up a successful record of ten victories and six losses, the Trojan B-team trained several promising prospects for next year's varsity squad and boasted a number of lettermen. Coach Alberg used a two-platoon system for his players as both groups demonstrated ability to turn back the opposi- tion. The Bees enbarked on a winning streak of their own midway of the campaign that lasted for six games. Troy's sophomore hopefuls finished with a good showing under Coach Ginavan. Their 6-2 was marred only by VVashburn Rural and Highland Park. While there is potential talent on this squad, returning varsity and B-team lettermen cast an im- posing shadow. B-Team Coach ...... ...... W iley Alberg Sophomore Coach . . . .... Roger Ginavan A PUZZLED look comes over Washburn Rural's Ron Paradis as he realizes Mike Shinn can fly. X XA 71- -.,.,.x. -H' SCOREBOARD B-Team Salina Wichita East Shawnee Mission North Shawnee Mission Wyandotte Lawrence Washington Highland Park Hayden Shawnee Mission Parsons Wyandotte Washington Lawrence Shawnee Mission Highland Park East North East THS OPP 41 45 40 54 59 38 51 35 34 65 45 54 42 46 58 54 61 "WHERE'D that ball go?" asks the B-team center, Enos Cooper. SCOREBOARD Sophomores THS OPP Washburn Rural 38 47 Lawrence 40 24 Hayden 46 36 Washburn Rural 52 34 Highland Park 39 28 Lawrence 55 35 Hayden 65 47 Highland Park 44 46 "PRETTY is as pretty does." Troy's Larry Mfoolridtfe and Bob McConnell of SM-East. 159 ueen M argot Wells 60 if 9 Q I f f " a, '! , y fv , ,ff Mn' ,M , K, . 77 'f . 'W lf 'ff 'lk g I . ,.-, Vkk, J ,fn ff 5 , , 42241 wi, , f 1, m -vt, f , f., f ' ' f' ' 1,5 JW: YW x Q wx. I 7 X, W ,fn :' X M QM' Z, -krk X My fn mo I ,M-'f Y' M QV? l Attendant Carobm Houseworth Attendant Peggy M ills ,YY , 4 TROYS Queens of Hearts and escorts Peggy Mills and Mike Shinn, Margot YN ells and Paul Barr Barry McGrath and Carolyn Houseworth. :rin Royalq Churmer Receives 'Key to City' "WOR IS ME" cried the Knight of Highland, and the annual pageant was underway. A talent-packed skit displayed high comedy as the Red and Green's knight met Troy's Knight in Golden Armor. The assembly program culminated in the presentation of three charming girls who were candidates for Queen of Courts. Then at halftime on February 25, Her Majesty's reign opened with proper fanfare. The rafters echoed with long applause as the royal party took their places and Queen Margot was crowned with a sparkling diadem and received the community's tribute, a symbolic key. Following a decisive victory on the basketball court, the triumphal rule was highlighted by the presentation of autographed mementos of the occasion at the annual varsity. A KEY to the City is given to Queen Margot by Mayor Ed Camp. Carolyn Barrett and Principal Weaver smilingly step back for the presentation. 'l6'I INTENT on the scoreboard, Coach Zollars of Washington joins David McMurray, Coach Irwin, Preston Hoyt, and Scott Linscott. i 62 County Z aReguIar Improvement Third in State ,yi THE 1960 SEASON was a banner year for Trojan harriers, filled with high spirits from beginning to end. All through the year teams that had de- feated the Trojans only a week or two before were soundly beaten by hard-running team members. Early in the campaign, Topeka took third in a triangular with Haskell and Shawnee Mission East and were beaten in a dual with Washington. From then on, the route was all uphill. Troy took third in the regionals and finished behind Haskell and Wyandotte in the state battle at Emporia. Three returning lettermen, Howard Woodson, Jim Oliver, and Steve Swartzell, helped form the nucleus for this year's squad. Seniors Scott Linscott and Vernon Turner, along with Sophomores Bob Boyd and Keith Searcy rounded out the lineup that ran in the state race. Linscott grabbed third place, Woodson fifth, Oliver eleventh. TIME is of the essence. NEARING the finish line is sprinter Theron Sims. fff! RIGORS of the race reflect in drawn faces of Howard Woodson and Bob Boyd. SCOREBOARD Low Score Wins Dual .... Topeka 19g Highland Park 42 Triangular .... lst, Haskellg 2nd, SM- ' Eastg 3rd, Topeka I... Dual ...... Washington 275 Topeka 28 Sunflower League .... lst, Wyandotteg 2nd, SM-Eastg 3rd, Topeka Shawnee Mission Invitational .... lst, Haskellg 2nd, Wyandotteg 3rd, Wichita-E3 4th, Topeka Emporia Invitationalulst, Wyondotteg 2nd, Wichita-Eg 3rd, Topeka Regionals .... lst, Haskellg 2nd, Wyan- dotteg 3rd, Topeka State .... lst, Haskell-553 2nd, Wyan- dotte-65g 3rd, Topeka-78 VARSITY SQUAD. Kneeling: Bob Boyd, Scott Linscott, jim Oliver, Howard Woodson. Standing: Keith Searcy, Vernon Turner, Steve Swartzel, Theron Sims, and Coach D. L. Erwin. 16 TENSED muscles of jim Gibson and J. B. 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Chet Laney TROY'S divers, led by Steve Sanneman, picked up valuable points over the season. 164 SCOREBOARD Wichita West Festival Shawnee Mission North Wichita East Wichita Southeast Wichita Campus Boys Town Omaha Central Wyandotte Wichita South Wyandotte Shawnee Mission East Wichita Kapaun-Southeast Wichita North Quadrangle - Campus Sunflower League Meet THS OPP No team scores kept 71 24 41 54 5 1 44 67 27 49 37 49 37 68 27 68 27 80 15 58 37 8 1 SE-57 WK-23 72 23 Troy first with 95 Troy first with 94 POURING it on down the stretch is butterflyer Jack Meisinger. COMING up for air, Tom Magerkurth swims the 200-yard freestyle, his specialty. 1 16 STATE champion Sanneman demonstrates the form that carried him through a successful season. STATE MEET Wichita East 80 Coffeyville 36 Topeka 25 Wichita Southeast 19 Wichita West 14 Bishop Meige 12 Lawrence 6 Wichita South 4 Shawnee Mission East 4 Wichita North 3 Wichita Kapaun 3 6 JUNIOR Buddy Thurston shoves off to compete in the backstroke race. SPLASHING and kicking the Water, jim Gibson puts on all-out effort for victory. SWIM TEAM. Front Row: jim Gibson, J. B. Sharp, Tom Magerkurth, Steve Sanneman, Preston Hoyt, Dave Reynolds, Scott Linscott, Dave Cran- dall. Row 2: Greg Xvingate, Jim Basile, jim Goodman, Richard Ford, Buddy Thurston, Russell Vanover, .lack Meisinger, Tom Staebler. Row 3: Mr. Laney, Bren Hirschberg, john Poniktera, john Sticher, David Turn- er, Bill Colman, Gary Parker. Top Row: Dave Barton, joe Phillips, Cros- by Crosby, Dick Thornburg. Missing: Robert Crawford, Van Crary, john Xvhite. In its third season, Troy's horue pool paid off in records. A PROUD Coach Laney congratulates l96l's top diver, Steve Sanneman. 'D-1 . ,,,, , . ,f ' aQt XJR 9' fu' Y ' 2, of tfri 7 Vyii 45 , ygp e T 5 Q, ,,.. . T . . r fr- f ra,- T ge-fb, . gg 67 GUILLOTINE! Senior Stan Nyswonger man- euvers for a pin from a body-twisting hold. SCORING table reflects concentration of officials Heavy Erwin and Bob Nelson along with the concern of coach Don Bliss. TAKING OVER for Steve Ward at Leavenworth, So h P . omore Bob Beneka works to break down his opponent. 6 SCOREBOARD Manhattan Wichita Kapaun Salina Salina Highland Park Leavenworth North Kansas City Leavenworth Highland Park junction City THS OPP 23 24 39 10 20 22 21 19 30 14 22 14 20 24 30 23 19 19 38 6 Wrestling Leffermen Steady Season SUPPORTED by several experienced lettermen, Troy's grapplers hung up a season dual record of 6-3-l. After a slow start they finished in high gear by winning four of the last five meets. In the Topeka Invitational at Highland Park, THS placed fourth out of eight schools. Chuck Frisbie copped the only individual first when he won the 103-pound class title while the team award went to North Kansas City, Missouri. Coach Bliss, in his second year at the wrestling helm, took four boys to the state meet at Colby. Qualifiers were Leonard Lewis, 95-pound classg Bob Warren, ll2-pound class, Stan Nyswonger, 120- pound class, and Gary Oyler, heavyweight class. None was successful in the finals but Warren won his first match then failed to place. Prospects for next year are cut because of the open- ing of Topeka West High School when returning matmen will be equally divided between the rivals. Coach ... .....................,, Mr. Bliss GRIM, poised, and anticipating the up-coming bout-George Montgomery. MATMEN. Sitting: George Mont- gomery. Gordon Lewis, IA, Bob Warren, Dan Mc- Junkin, Mgr. Randy Marling, Leonard Lewis, Chuck Frisbie. Kneeling: Gary Rickell, Dave Ward. Standing: Theron Sims, Stan Nyswonger, Mgr. Bob Witts, Ray Killam, Coach Don Bliss, Gary Oyler, Bob Beneka, George Shaf- fer, jerry Epperson, and Dave McMurray. Miss- ing: Bob Thomas, Lee Wright, Dan Whitmore, Bob Montgomery, Steve Ward, Charles Knox, Dorman Robinson, and Grady Kimbrough. Sl 46.149 Ay SOCIETY, in its broad sense of the recognition of the common ends which serve as the objectives of a com- munity, has been honored since life came into the uni- verse. Coronado found communal living among the In- dian nations and among the Lords of the Plains, the great herds of buffaloes. TomorroW's explorers to outer space no doubt will also find the native life on Mars or Venus striving for the common good, some as leaders, some as followers. How Trojans make up their school society is shown in their loyalty to their classes, their pride in their advancement, and their ease in getting along with each other. WHERE the mighty buffalo roam today as they did a century ago, but now in the Scott County State Park K NXi7i1l U INQUIRING minds mark the citizens of a Second Century. 44 wg ,, wi H f, 7 4 W,,,,.Mf , 4 W' ' ,BMW 12" ,J M 1 1, , 2,25 gf We-v, w my-, ' 4- raw, , Mia dw.. X , M, - ,214 ,, gf, Q , ,, ., . XV 'ff I Y 'Q ffffffwwwggwzf iff 4.4 U! , ff N f ,,,:,.,., fm, , ,, , .,2,'4qmfQi5Q,?, YJ, ,, f, 4537! f ww fwawwww, Q ! mu WX ,fm V zz M f Q 1 , f Uv -Q 2 4. M. A , ,, , ,4f Seniors Review Years at Troyp Scan Fufure's Scene WHAT and Who and XfVhen and Where and Mfhy are the hypothetical questions that were answered in many ways by members of the Class of '61 as they completed the transcript that marked the culmina- tion of their public school years. To some the "what" was the Halls, to others the Tower, the Chimes, the 8:30 and 3:20 bells. Some remembered best Mr. 'Weaver and his co-workers, while others marked for permanence student friendships. The Prom, the plays, grade cards, rallies, and club meetings were important according to individual preferences. The cafeteria, gym, veranda, auditorium, and main office were places where never-to-be-forgotten events oc- curred. Learning, thinking, playing, serving, and growing all were reasons why the Class of l96l marked this year as "Best of All." Specific activities such as winning the Tag Day race as juniors, having the opportunity to know Elsa Sangalli and Rosemary Skinner and to share Nancy Dittemore, Jane Schendel, and Carla Bowman with students overseas, carrying through the "Moods in Abstraction" Prom, chalking up an enviable scholar- ship record, and being a part of THS as it was recognized as a Bellamy Award school were All-Class highlights. Both sentiment and sentimentality played their parts as the Seniors of '61 now stop to consider their three years "Under the Towerfl PROBLEMS are studied by Betty Bennett, Andrea Gresser. OFFICERS President .................... Greg Wingate Vice-President ...... ...,... S kip Gladfelter Secretory-Treasurer ..... Anne Garlinghouse Social Chairman ............. Betty Bennett Representatives ............ Andrea Gresser, joe Anderson, Al Harper Sponsor ............ .... ......... M r . Madl STAIRYVAY of the Stars: Andrea, joe, Betty, Skip, Ann, Greg, Al. 'WVHAT shall we leave to Troy?" Ann Garlinghouse, Greg Wingate, Skip Gladfelter ponder ,the all- important gift of the Class of '6l. WWW 254 1 7 N23 ,, 4 fl X 2 , ' 2-in f 4, .X Q f ,,,.QN,.-fa S r wa? W ' . '-2-6f3i3"i'1f'Z"Z3 ff-"? 1 f . -,, 1 U, fvE:Z's1gE,.5 X, ,,',, fQ1.f'vgL?f4,?S'3? Kenneth Abbott Dale Appenfeller Seniors In ' 58 'v X a f QQQSZQY 475-'fm 1519 7' -L f gf -'if ,, ,Q 'f1:fQi2Q,:Q ..,k i K " fy 'za' , , W Vf, f ,r f, V W 0 , ff , f f . Q , .V 2.0 '- ' 151,35 43 V ag , ,, H .. A f. '-" rf K k i 7 MZ , Alice Adell Carol Anderson Joseph Anderson Sharon Arbogast VVilliam Arganbright Robert Armstrong I f ,V I -,qK.JZ5:,f 'V.' Q-'f,",g ' -f ,. 3f"ff?zg.. ' , My - if'-of L 0 ,, 'fi Yf- tsesstr . ,A., I , I X' J fv.' 1 'IG 'Vf' :Wifi . ,f f'f',g X .. . Rita Anderson Sharon Anderson Duane Aten John Atkinson we left the security of our iunior highs i'is 5222 .,,, S I etj e't' - " A.v, ,. fir: 4,--0 .V .w sf :f m f'i'fzsfiffi1wi'f, - ' A fr f 7 3 -A ' , , - - .-,. .z -,-, Q..-.'f:c.,m, W X, f km ff f f ,X gf Ze f U ff I f 9 f Q sa ' a J. . f .g y I -e'. ' nner ffrzzzp 5 l if Sherry Avis Robert Badenoch Beverly Bailey Helen Baker Claudia Baldwin Dan Bardsley Donna Barngrover Paul Barr Sue Barrett Myron Bartlett Carl Bartley David Barton Gail Barton Richard Bass joan Bauman Richard Beach Martha Beard David Becker 74 'L iq ' 4' Lf? V g Q' ' K F ir 5 4, me 'Q '1 K yi, P: if X - Q M David Beller Barbara Bennett Betty Bennett William Benson Lewis Berey joan Beiges Marcia Berggren Mary Berkebile Kenneth Berry Ronald Berryman Barry Blll1f1gt0U Sharon Blackwell SURROUNDED by determined vote seekers, Jean Clark is smilingly impar- tial while Bob Mlright and John Atkin- son tag her with the "good word." In rear, Al Harper appears non-committal. 1 ' ' I QC'-fm' f ,ff , ,ff 5 ,fs Z7,Bf4B'B 1 yr- , 13, gf . as nv- 41, '- ry, , Ronald Bliss Michael Bolnick Cherry Blair Ronald Blanchard Sharon Blanden Rubert Blankenship Sharon Blevins Larry Blocher Linda Blunk Gerald Boaz Carolyn Bocock Judith Bodenhausen Seniors We cheered our new leaders, electing 'the best' NAV f...,,,,,f In f M: Q 1 , 'fi Q ff any I 'x 2 lslli B B i y y B ,., , B' 2 'lli , p 1 we B B .52 B , my , f,s 1 h H ,Z W? Kathy Brandenburg Judith Branham Gerald Bravence 76 Earl Bracken William Bradford Russell Brooks Harold Brown John Bryant james Bnnds jane Boynton James Brewer Theodore Bower Carla Bowman James Boylan Michael Brown Karen Brownell James Browning Karen Brnnc N X . xi X as fx ' ers W' X483 QS 'fix , X xxfg XQ V eww K X X R X so BECAUSE he's "tall in the saddle," Carolyn Houseworth pins her faith on Buddy Witts as he stands in the shadow of another's election sign. t Y ' inl B Lts a r , ,, .fl , K K , . , . A 'll 4 " .,. .,1 ?1"' W . C I Q W 4 af isit pp t,l: C ci to it Y f g f K VZ x 5 i S Melva Burd Steve Burgess Robert Burke Kay Burnett Susan Burrow Margaret Butler Patricia Butler William Cabrera Larry Callahan Joyce Calloway Bonita Campbell Claudia Campbell Lany Campbell Jean Carlson Marilyn Carnahan Sylvia Carney Jan Carpenter Philip Carper I7 7 f ' iill a f . V f Y ,V if ' f-f" L 2 f-'V ..f' ' ' v ff!-'f4Af-f'-'Z 'ff, A fm, K- 17,-.4 f fw,1!w,,1,,'c f f 571115 m,.V R , ,, 1, M 'ML-ifwfziiv' '- f '- 17 ilifaf' In 'k,k' f ' ' ,f" 7' sf? :ff V' ,L sz.: 112 "."--'-" I7-iw g,g-' -, 'V wL'f Wil , , 1 , ' lyll l pf' -ff-fi f iff 44 f Wfizfe iff i ' 1745 'I - c ' l fy fy , f f f " 3 " X X 5 ',.,, , f f 1: is L ,4' K a,ij?Qyf , . K it 2' t My f Q f 1 E f R ' ' ,,, f X X X f 4 7 ss 4 r David Carr Mary Carriger Betty Carroll Robert Carson Patricia Casey Domingo Castardo Frank Chaffin Robert Chandley Thomas Chapman David Charay Cheryl Chellis Lanafaye Chisholm Ralph Chisholm Bay Chotlos Connie Christenson Margaret Christesen jean Clark Serena Clark 'Seniors Sports attracted manyp each found his place Sharon Clark Thomas Clark Larry Claspill Bruce Clemmons Kathy Clifton Roger Cline Ron Clinkenbeard Loraine Clouse Rita Coffman Susie Collins Penelope Comfort Alice Cook 178 f r Y X Z' KINGSTON TRIO? Not quite, but Preston Hoyt, Frank Chaffin, and jim Mize put on a "really good shoo-oo" for an eager audience. BIG HEADS for "Little People." Cheerleader Bev Bailey waits her cue to "pick up the beat." V , V A,., ,if H 9 My 5,2 i C 175 'f '-'f ir' ,l.i . . Q ri i 1 MW , an in I. . ,Q , I an y AA fy Garth Cookinham Rinda Coon Barbara Cooper Carol Cooper james Corrick David Cowan Sandy Craft David Craig Richard Cramer David Crandall Dianne Crandall Deborah Craver l 79 ', VV -J., -ibwk, y MW, ..5, , ., ..,. 4 ,Si , , ,. ,X ,a,a,i,, Q - 1--aww: fg-,1 yi-z:,:f H ,s.:fQ:,f,fffs-issf,-H,-,wsM Q. causes ag- M ' i VA ,Q j fiih AVAVAA i Z ..., f . ,... 5,1 .N -01 " ,V-g,g:gg:,, . gs - - Q .7 ib m QE, ,.. I 5 f ' I S . V iziiffii ' ' fQ?IsX'.'I-7' 1 L-w f2p1'i'.w54f1v:, mg, "' . f ' , gg-wr' Q ,ff 12221, - "- f - ' e,s.aM , A wwmwa we Judy Cregut John Dalton Roger Davis Seniors 'Moods in Abstraction'-greatest social af'- ff ' 57 A 15M f 9' f . ,, nf " ,ww,af ' if -14:31 i ww -12 11' 1:Pf :Eiif . ' Yu . f ,P-l3Af24f:f"t":i'Y ,fm ff? ff5'i','I - - ooo ' ' as 80 Cheryl Dicke Nancy Dittemore "4 ,oo V o l ' oo 2 f A i Crosby Crosby Kathleen Crothers Tom Crump Darlene Curry Kenneth Curry Don Daniels Aaron Davis Charlene Davis Kapanna Davis Michael Davis Sara Davis William Davis Edward De Long Jerry Denzler Kathleen De Weese SUCCESS if is 'hs , H Ye ' if KQ.. Linda Dickinson Fondetta Dickson Sandra Dillon Beth Dinwiddie Faye Disney Judith Dixon Duane Dodge Vicki Donovan Denaze Dowling Brenda Dudley f. sfzq: .fy ':.x:m,'ri'f3' . gr , . if ' ' '2OiLT.!"Z-t'iz'.'f2 ' . ' ' ' - 5 -K i,j:5?fZ?i15T?.f1X - K - H LQ -'-Q, 1 ,V. -.332,Qii'f?pigilrjfiz: i., I K V . 5' 'lj . . , "" ,f ' 'it 'gn w 'I ...AV , V V - ssst fi insssset fs xi 535452K ', MW , iiw I 4:1 Al Marilyn Duerre Frank Duran Richard Duran Susan Ebel Robert Eberhart Christopher Edinger Mary Edmundson Glenda Edwards Robert Edwards Sonna Edwards Nancy Egy William Eicholtz Kenneth Elder Kathleen Elliott Linda Elliott Charlotte Elnicki Jerry England Hilda Erickson WAY OUT are The jazz Messengers-Doug Lester, Tim Stone, joe Klugg, jon Milliken, and Dave Thompson. 181 ,333 r A, I S 19 4 2 Qhvf' J HJ ,215 V 91 ff 2. f . ,, 'XVI Wilma Everett Robert Evertson Marc Fager Loren Fairman Robert Farnsworth Martha Faust Sherill Feaker Ronald Feasel Mary Feist Lauraine Ferrell Ann Fetter Karen File Seniors We met with new problems and grew together ff," ' I N W ' 1 f L' V - ,. A V ,pf 5 l 2 - E f V. f . - et,' f , ' Q ,V H V K , i ""'!' I ' , wr? ' , Elizabeth Fink Joyce Fink Gwendolyn Fisher Jeannie Fisher Kay Fisher X'Villiam Fleming Elizabeth Flickinger Michael Flowers Roy Flowers Janet Floyd John Fly Jacqueline Flye Lawrence Forbes John Ford Rosine Forrer Judy Foster Charlotte Fox Dennis Freed 182 f""'s e A . , A gag av ' , . , XX X f X ., gf 4 .. f.,s,.i. 4 M 'War ., - f':.r::w-fr . 7. A ,Q E WSE' Kent Freeland Patricia Fuqua Robert Gablcr Judith Gaffney Carol Gager Linda Galle Anne Garlinghouse Rosanna Garrettson Linda Gaskill Curtis Gentry Sandra Geren Iudl Gibbs YVORK! WVOrk! l'Vork! Greg Wingate's orders to Randy Marling and Terry Maupin get the Senior Class float under way. CLEVER idea-good workmanship. The poor old Buff really fell mercilessly under lhe Trojan design for a gridiron guillotinc. .43 ,F"47'9"""' I ,,,,:735yff' f ? 5: iii!-f" rw Q , -e,,lCQ-.:-gg! 7. Judy Glbeson James Gibson Sandra Gifford Wllllam Grlchrrst Ralph Grntner Llnda Grsh Jame Gxvens Frank Gladfelter Gerald Glover Bonme Godbey Marvrn Godfrey Joseph Gomez Pennles counted as we won the Tag Day races Ki! 1 V34 s f 3 1243 32:1 ui, fa g g 'W' M, 1 f y 5 Hfwwm sr ' fn weznf- ,,. .. Q- A 4 X 5 ye fyuuffeyx 'ag fy ,f.,,VV 1535-y2,f . Gi if 6 3 A , .,. , - , , .nf ' if 'fm' ,fs AQ W . r,,. ,,. yt, Q-aa Q., 12" -rf Q. V 1-5' , f..,?:,T 1-jf 4,-. ,f Thomas Gooch Paul Gordon f 'Uv f X X I , -4 fame 1-.Way pf we , K X, y in 5, 1 , Xl A 23 J Nr? Patty Gragg "r Anthony Grover Glenn Grubb Candido Guerrero Carroll Guerrero Marrlyn Gunnerson jackre Haflrch Larry Hahn Katherine Hall Edona Halleck Douglas Hamllton Lmda Hamrlton Mary Hammond "HI!" Ed McConnell neglects his studies but Tim Stone and Bob Phil- lips set A-plus examples for a cross- the-table fellow librarian, jim Olander. ' -aw r ,- "FL 53 , ,V ,V2V,Vlyy V 3 , I, '15 "K 'Uwe "", f Q.-,a ".'- 1 " "',- I x ' , V fn-Eff.-1',ff '..'iI,-V55 I r 1 f9Z73f?5'1Qf4-,' ,-'fre' I' ,f f',. li The ,HQ ,5 ,A I -,,V ' V' ',,, , ivii y ff 4 2 WR ieii , . . ii, l , fn' -'. 2' ' A-4275 at ,y y t y . t ' e'e" - 'Y r y y, 1 f,.i, y e, - 2 1. . , I f f Q,,y,,,, 4.9 ,, jf , V f f,v 1 ffffoj I1 f,,7gf,,Z ef',', f Wfyj X, 4 an f I ,VM lli. ll 1 Scott Hammond Dawna Hancock George Handy Kathleen Hankenson Judith Harden Preston Harley john Harmon Albert Harper Connie Harr Noel Harris Viola Harrison Linda Hartley Janet Hawkins Dennis Hawver Allan Hazlett Michael Heath Erik Hedstrom Timothy Hefner 2 . I 42 Q , ,J Q ,, , . ,ff W C2 r fqv 7- ,,,. 5 , 1 1 f J ,, , .... r Z ,, f X i XXX MW WW f X mf ff ,, 4 , ,J 4, if f 5 2.5 -rf':z':w,v vez, , 1' fi 'CW " f V fr W Z Z f , 1 , Zyfwkff f yffi 4 ff -mf' ,441 wwf yew, f, fi 4 , if Z' ff 1 ff Wf wff Z 1 ,dj X f f fy ,,f,, is ffffif? ' XfZf2f 97777, ,org f " 1 4, , '- , i"f7'ff' 1 ,C f , f, 5 1 ' ,X 4 fig ,,'L, ig Linda Heller Loyce Henderson Judith Henry Esther Hernandez Susan Hershey Larry Hess Connie Hetherington Carol Heumann Royce Hildebrandt Susan Hillrichs Phyllis Hines Mary Hohn Sherry Hokanson Carolyn Houseworth Jeanne Howe Rose Marie Howell Preston Hoyt Marigrace Hulse Seniors Self-confidence grew as goals came into sight G2 Marilyn Hunsicker Bernard Hurd Kathie Hutsell Wayne lrnlay Karen Iolt Jerry Isaac' Eric Jackson Jo Johnson Richard Johnson Sheryl Johnson Joleen Johnston Bruce Jordan I86 , MASS CONFUSION as seniors appear IBPC-mC2iSu1'6 hap- py, all for the sake of an evening in caps and gowns. f jf 64 W W ,ii M 4 4 ff naa 'V KL . amy , 'yl ' jywm KM, a,n, Fanny Jovalis Helen Kampsen Kathleen Kampsen Beth Kearney Sherry Kearney Patricia Keefe Frank Keller james Kelly Judith Kelly David Kennedy Patricia J. Kennedy Patricia L. Kennedy 18 7 Wg:-'X . we Q 'B Q if 23" X 4 wk if c 7 I Z X 9' 4' A " x , 95 . -- .- V53 fr K fi M 5 Y -k.,,.ff 'Y 1 V -Qireziem- A' '-fL'f5sw,?+-.U' 2 .. J' ML 1 4Y"'-f:::.1.,- . - n . ,, v v :1 ' ' Barbara Kibler Fred Klesath Patricia Kruger Sandra Kennedy Ida King Bonnie Knight Janie Kerle jean Kesler James Ketterman Rick Kirkendall Kathy Kistler Doris Kitts George Knowles Larry Koppenhaver Gailya Krionderis Seniors " ' .3 Connie Kinder joseph Klugg Marvin Kuehn Tassels atop grey caps symbolized graduation "-' L r . ' V ' , ' , ' L:::15fL:.1VkLi:e.i,1g,gi., fr -. - . M f gl, wh-:fr ,. ,. t I J ,- 'fifwwl " fl 'Y fr' T- 5 i:f'i"5 'M' - 'P' A ' 'V " MJ' 4-f'.!f,f, 'L :'43'f,-A5-f.1 TI -'f 1' . f f ',.jf, yffg ,ffqyl - 5 1,142.fT,f2fV! 7 3, 53" V, , fl-'if . 1'f2?iff':Z.w .' , " Y 1 - fx , , 1 ,.f:,. 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M 3 Q - -' 14.4 1' , z ' '.4.,,w- 1' fig 2,11-.:..'.:w 13 A 0 1 1- Y , ,lm 3 nf f 0' f 'ad 510' I 1 y f ff 1 f G5 ww' ,vify K Y 4 4' Q M 1 , -aw , 4, , A,6,,,.v.,,,r,,,,4,,. 9 as I Q ,3?f'g925Q25?,,, 3 Nasa? ,, VW 9' f s 5 ,aka l I I ..,, QL. A l . ' i i-I f' -' .i231. - C ' ' , " ff, ' -2 We? 1 ,QQ 1 f 1' .- , ,. f. , A-,. Donna Layman Larry Leabo Patricia Leamer Connie Lee Sandra Lee james Lemons Miklos Lents Sandra Lessenden Douglas Lester Gail Levin Beverly Lewey Arthur Lewis Gary Lewis Janet Lewis Leonard Lewis Loretta Lewis Sharon Lewis Lynne Lieurance :': " ' 5 I ' ' TOO TIGHT! Sherlene Richardson puts the tape around Ro Rodieck as Joyce Fink, Dianne Crandall, and Judy Dixon wait for their turns at cap measuring. 9 el 9 f ' 1, . 5 f mf'-V f f f Q Q f ff ' f it X7 K ' K . f ' ff? L, ' . L-'-h , Charlene Liggetl Linda Light Scott Linscott Kay Loebsack Edwin Logan Patricia Long Marjorie Longstaff Gloria Lopez Marilyn Loveland Kaaren Luetje Seniors L James Long Terry Lynch Measuring up to expectations built our morale Mui' ,i,.' S, , ,,,,,. f-W. Jess Lynn Thomas Magerkurth Donna Mannen Randy Marling Thomas Marshall John Martin Lois Martin Lawrence Masat Terry Maupin Richard Maust Stuart McCall Rowena McCauley Ronald McClellan Ed McConnell Veronica McCord O jerry Martin Linda McCall Tanya McCoy d,,,.g,,,w Sq K K Q' Y' ibn Q 1, 2 ' ixwx vgvi - g .,,.I:7f' ???iw :35,3:.g' N11 E 2 -'99 GN 9? K K ' PET if 1 ' .JS Q , iii X-'X. 917 -Vkfiwii isfieg if L L l e A ., eiei " . -. , Q 4- - 4- 'v i' 'X f,-f1 o e L-ff iw kf'k V, ' - 1 , -., - Q X V ' . W 2. Fw Q' l2',iL?2:3,,A L .il l. x , 4vQ',ijw.M ,X ' - jfrjf mfgfm i- f -'.,jr:,. S 'QL , in ' ,iff f -1-QW' Larry McCrary Gary McCune Patricia McDaniel Nancy McDonough Carol Mclilroy Linda McGinnis Barry McGrath Gertie Mclver james McKethen Walter McKinley HOYV TALL is "tall"? Mike Shinn keeps Bob Farnsworth, Andrea Gresser, and Kathy Elliott on their toes for cap and gown check. BREATHE IN! Sara Davis squeezes the tapeline around Alan Hazlett's manly chest. Smilin' Gary Rickel waits turn to boast. Linda McEntire James McKinnon M- 59'-' Beth McKown Thomas McMahon james McMillan Marjorie McWilliams Sharon Medley Virgil Meinholdt Mary Mellinger Rita Mendez Marc Miles Charles Miller Jeri Miller john Miller Seniors Through projects we took on responsibilities ,r,r , . vr . '-", Q A fr Q KJV XV ' 'iff ,. " i 1 ,, .--t 1 Ralph Miller Roy Miller Douglas Millilien jon Milliken Joyce Milliken Peggy Mills Sharon Mitchell james Mize William Mohney Rosalind Moore Myra Moreland Greg Mott David Mullin Celia Munoz Phillip Munoz Ralph Muxlow David Myers Daniel Myrick MAY I HELP YOU, sir? Open House brought out Senior Girls' Council members in full force. Cherry Blair and Betty Bennett are fine hostesses. F-95 Hn. A-H--. "Qi: M: Aw-f:,f:,: 'X ass 'CE -N -,ki 1? - S 5 X xr , I A V 1 , ,,. y 1? 2 fy ji ,, mf' ,yffg ikxh-avi Q ""'-'V - ' V 1 if ,AV ' '," :ff 7',yZ?ffILT,,,,. we '. ii f S X , ,af IGS' '53 2 S 4' ' ' 311 we Charlotte Nelson john Nelson Steven Nelson Gary Netson Penny Nichols Harry Nielson Christine Nieman Roberta Noble Stephen Noller Steve Norsworthy Wilbur Northcutt Bonnie Norton john Nunley Stanley Nyswonger Elaine Odell Sharon Ogden James Olander Dale Oldham l '.'. if We , I ff iff R, Q ffl f ,C , ef W ff? , s r e M f .,VLi james Oliver Marcia Oroke Victor Ortiz Michael Oyler Ann Papin james Parks Royce Parman Lawrence Patch Mary Paul Ronald Peck Deanna Phelon David Philipp Robert Phillips Alsfin Phillis Thomas Phipps Barbara Pierce Carol Plant Kenneth Plumberg Seniors Three years at THS reflected decisions, honors a ss Q., , W an , -,A,,, k- if are R 4 ' .- yyyiguyj V , IQ 1:-ff ,, , , is 94 Jerry Potts john Proctor Richard Pouch Anita Quarles Karen Powell james Priddy Martha Priddy Brenda Primm Suzanne Rabe Ned Rafter Sharon Rake Kathleen Ramsey TOPS among the Teen-age Intelligencia are Troy's Merit finalists, Judy Bodenhausen, David Beller, Tad Bower, and Gary Scott. W ittiiit f I i ' ,j 4114270 , "" r 1 4, jf Nadia Ramzy Dianne Rankin Mary Ann Redman Lois Ann Reed Lyle Reedy Pamela Reese Susan Reicherter Carrole Reynolds David Reynolds Judy Rhodes Sharon Rhodes Dorothy Richardson 195 'iv : f rs. '1 'gf if My 14-Q 196 -if 'QL""st- Seniors fa .1 7 a 3, 'ff ff f f ff X ,W , , K: ' ' 6 ff 14 34 Q ff wtf' X2 1 . Vs. obinson Sherlene Richardson Ted Richardson Gary Rickei Anita Riley Suzanne Robinett Correl R Robert Robinson Larry Rodehorst Rowena Rodieck Robert Rogers I-Iarriette Rost Vernon Roush Judy Rowe Sidney Rowland Mike Runyan Carla Rust Robert Saderstrom Richard Sallman Massive halls were familiar-all doors opened f - X 3 get ya E X ' :ref 5 'r Q Q X as s E , if ,, 4 y.,,, f 'w 1 wwf 3, i. i"i i hiye l 'ii'i Pi '- f- f " ,, ' "'. -' ' ' R -iei v p R syiih , ' i ea,e " iw t L ' ' i ' ',"' . V . , I T3 . , v , , : H V 7 1 'ia- T 1, I iv A f V il' ii A' V 5 f R ' , Keith Sandbloom Linda Sanderson Jane Saylor Julianel Schaberg , by Elsa Sangalli Steven Sanneman Larry Sawyer Linda Sawyer Linda Scheibe jane SCl1Cl1d61 Judy Schuermann Jolene Schleckmann Y 5 M, rw A 'S f 4 S iv. , wa, A A iv fi is XVLL 'V ANN iixiiiii r.. X, S X" r t XX .. ga - X ri. iff? LL-A xbx Q Q X X ,lat Carl Schmitthenner Donald Schneider Kenneth Schuette Jean Schuster Royce Scofield Gary Scott Janice Seagraves Cherlyn Seckinger Eugene Sharp J. B. Sharp Peggy Shavey Donna Shearer Kathy Sheldon Mary Shields Michael Shinn Donald Schultz Carol Shumway Rosemary Skinner IN AT 7:45-our at 3:30, Dave 3 Wiksten, Barry McGrath, and Steve Ward cross 'Iroy's famous "Threshold to Wider Learning." I 97 'I98 file hh s ,ab . .,,,g... W .., AIWQ 4- 7 . f 2' ' , I A ' Douglas Slawson Rose Sloyer Alan Smith Alyce Smith Carolyn Smith Geneva Smith Judith Smith Michael Smith Sharon Snook Roy Southard janet Sowers Eslie Spangler Seniors Relaxation brought bonuses to crowded years K ffm' 6 Www f av 'mf-'A Q ,f f C fl A, 4 3 , M " 5 Z If 0 1 f f f f f 9 f K -'2 f' -, jack Spencer David Spiegel George Staebler Annette Stamps Craig Stancliffe Mary Stapbuck Carol Steele Clayton Stewart Neil Stewart Janie Sticher Richard Stillie Marietta Stinson Timothy Stone Carol Strobel Patricia Strunk Kay Suffron Sharon Sullivan john Summers S V .N,,,, wr' ' ,fy FY -'57c7!Y7l?5 fLf1T,"7f-f"' ' V " V' ' ' .: f' P .. sf 'V ' Cecelia Sutton Stan Swanson David Swartz Steve Swartzel Carolyn Taylor Diana Taylor John Taylor Marilyn Taylor Genevieve Tetuan Connie Tevis Betty Tharp James Thomas INNOCENT! "Heavy" Erwin makes sure it stays that way by checking Dave Crandall, Jim Oliver, Ken Curry, and Mike Brown. NOONTIME peace and plenty are relaxing to lunchers Mary Shields and Charlotte Elnicki. 199 f U 7 Karen Thompson Una Thurston J if-V 'ww V 'Q ' 7' '7 I o o y ". 'fi :S f- yr mf, , , , .C ,,.,,L 4 I Z U7 ff H KW , I ,ff of V' I-My 1, A:1,!!Z,!,! oooo 2, ' ' affz f' 'L Z K' az . I Seniors if A fa ,f if 112 f yy if f, ,QV K' 6 f ff ' ., f f ff mf 3 '2 , '!,Q!1f5f, ' ,.,, ,, , In 7W7f'fff'3f7LQ r f -' QQ . ' jf 4 X f , f x! .L.' C 4 Phyllis Thomas Robert Thomas William Thomas David Thompson Gail Thompson Janet Thompson anet Tichenor Thomas Tinoco Robert Tippit john Tipton Politics and elections drew increclsecl interest i f ",. i T ,K 'V" 'nl 'ZX srirr em mg "' .'h' ' .CCW7 , f,"f'fQZ f vb' W 'lli , - .uma Vffw' x f fx " , 200 I fff ,V , i , g ,yy 5 f 224 X 3. I QQYTZ-5 "f5f,'flK1ff, ?, Robert Tolbert Sharon Tripp Vera True Richard Turner Mary Turner Vernon Turner Sh V l t'ne Mar Van Orsdol Dorothy Vasquez Carolyn Wagner Michael Tyree Gaylon Umbarger aron a en 1 y K Wallis Linda Ward Stephen Mfard Daniel Warner Sheryl Waldy Mickey Walker ay THS votes Nixon! Bonnie Knight does her stint as a Xvorld pollster. Lois Reed, Penney Comfort, Greg Mott, and Mary Mellinger eagerly cooperate. 5 1 4 Ng gf it E 1 1 .- A lv-in r li 'Y 7 ' MK, 45 ff , 33 at to I t , V . K 1 -g,. .g 8 vt am I Q A A is . g g X VV we gl .mx 5 7 :I-A " I ' f ' Qi X 3 K -- , X, X ' as Gary VVarner Robert WVarren Steve Warren Robert Weaver Sharon Weber Mary Weddle Garry Weir Carla VVeldon Marguerite Wells Max lNells Alice Mlestlund Alice YVheeler Earl Wheeler John Mfheeler Linda Whisler Kathleen Whitegou Roberta Wierman David lfViksten V QW f f. V, , 6 f f Z we Sharon Wilderman Kenneth Wfilke Sammye Wilkinson Bennie Williams Roger Williams Ronald Williams Verna Vllilliamson Charles Willsey Anne Wilson Diana Wilson Greg Wingate Rita Wlnkelman Jacqueline Winslow Ginny Wisler Robert Witts Linda Wolfe Cherie Mfolgast Jacqueline Womack Z7 M-4 , , f A 1 Seniors With 'Pomp-Circumstcmce' we meet the future 202 3a BOOK FAIR. Surrounded by 3,600 volumes, Roberta Wier- man and Elsa Sangalli find it difficult to choose. 4? , 1 . M YZ """"9w ff 1 ' 1 I 7 I M f ,ff 4 pi Q rr if ff! ' f 1' , b l ' Diann Woodruin Sandra Woods Howard Woodson Linda Woodward John Woody Esther Woolard Larry Woolridge Dianne Wooster Alfred Workman Robert Wright Sharon Yeager Norman Yenkey Janet Yewell Karen Yocum Albert Young Richard Young William Zeller Melvin Duncan Camera Shy Danny Atkins Gregory Karnowski Olivia Balandran ohn Keith Judy Bass jeanene Beal Francis Berberich Sal Blydenburgh Lina Boydston john Carter Larry Chapman Willie Cole Lynda Comer Gerald Cowen Gregory Cowherd Robert Cowsert Chester De Moss William Dillard Virginia Duclose john Fisher Frederick Freeman Joyce Gaines Thomas Garrett Nancy Gatewood Curtis Graybeal Linda Green Reuben Hart Kenneth Horne Benson Hurd J Ronald Kerelegan james Kibby Rowena McCauley Gary McClure Rose Maldonado Mary Mathers Robert Mitchelson Patrick O'Rourke Theodore Pearce Betty Perry jerry Porter jessy Pummill Kenneth Quick joseph Rangel Layna Rangel Larry Reaser Leslie Ridgeway Larry Ridgway Antonio Romero Wilford Saylor james Spangler Michael Stephens Dan Valdivia William Von Hemel Bill Williams CUEING IN. Wendy Fisher, Ann Fetter, and Beverly Bailey work on Blithe Spirit. 3 yete, j, ' -347-3. X yyyi 7 ' ' unzors Big 'Year of Division' Faces THS Middlemen "IN A CLASS all by themselvesi'-any way that expression can be interpreted-is descriptive of the midway class. Neither the highest, nor the lowest, their record so far attests that they may prove to be the busiest. Troy's middlemen displayed enthusiasm and class spirit as they continued the start made in the fall of 1959. Triumphing over their "superiors", the juniors booted home the second place award with their homecoming float, an accomplishment that triggered individual participation which brought credit to the whole class in the fields of debate, sports, publications, the arts, music, and service. Standings climbed scholastically as the larg- est group in history took the March Merit exams in hopes of setting records next year. After winning the Tag Day race and unseating the Seniors, they turned about-face and honored them with the "Troy Cotillion", their version of the tra- ditional Prom, highlight of the spring social season. W'ith one year yet to go-a "Year of Division" and added responsibilities-the juniors realized the chal- lenges they must meet in 1961-62 to provide two major high schools with competent class leadership and student government and carry on Troy's great tradition while establishing a fine new one. 204 President Vice-Pres. Sec.-Treas Soc. Chm, Reps. . . . Sponsor . I OFFICERS .. . . . . ...Terry Modlin . . ....... john Lord . . . .... Beth Beamer . . . ...... Judy Cook ,. . .Belinda Brown Dick Edelblute Dave Nelson . . . .Mrs. Bartlow ' ENJOYING the Warm veranda sunshine-Beth, John, Belinda, Dick, Judy, Dave, and Terry. BUDGET headaches-Sponsor Bartlow and Prexy Modlm Veronica Adams Martha Ahrens Mickey Akerstrom Sandra Akins Buddy Alexander Roger Alexander Pam Ananis Carolyn Anderson George Anderson Kathy Anderson Nels Anderson Pam Anderson Paul Anderson Ted Anderson Darlene Andrews Mary Anguish Sharon Anstaett Bruce Ascough judee Ash Lyle Avers Lois Axelton Marsha Babicki Loyce Bailey Arthur Balandran I L b 1 FEMININE William Tells pre-plan their apple-shooting spree. 1 . - . -e'e X - ... . , -ff, ,. e ' - ss.es e F ,. yi',-las, k xg In kk ,: .,, .. IZ:-vi 4 1 .V eg vw Z: ws' V- . "Q - H - 2-51, , J ' 1.1 ........ ' V. . gh giziiiiij--3:-A' as-1 55 if V. 1 i he . 'ff is irie V 1 ieiss . ' "ii ' J- V ' JT i ' .. V- ' -' 'gfxifg Y I 0' f' l Ai:'l"' L33 a v , , ,MVN E N3 K . .Q Qkb y g J ? , L E Q X . X L . .- - -L f . .sw , ..,r .- . . ,, ., K ,fu X- X - s f- s ' W - w . -if , ' A -f ' . .ww 02, . . 4, Q , .-S2 X 1 f. ' - fy f - .N . .ga 'V ,gy . 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Austinjs H omeroom Front Row: Karla McFarland, Janet Crawford, Vickie Lawton, Susan DeBaun, Linda Blanden. Row 2: Marianne Hart, Mary Sue Hutton, Madeline King, Ellen Stover, Helene Poteete, Judy Manlove, Marilyn Quick. Row 3: Larry Bouton, Jacquie Paige, John Clinkenbeard, Ken Leonard, Gary Weaver. Row 4: Ray Kruger, Glenn Iott, Andrew Ortez, Dick Patterson, Marvin Bredow. Row 5: Steve Brown, Lyman Hughes, Ralph Forbes, Floyd Graham, Andrew Wil- liams, Steve Diehl, Randy Vogel. M r. B liss' H omeroom Front Row: Sue Sheldon, Janet Kuehn, Kathy McClure, Evelyn Sneden, Frankie Hillebert, Joyce Kitchkommie. Row 2: Janet Wheeldon, Judy Neuhauser, Mary Mitchell, Berni Beeler, Bobbi Shaffer, Maggie Byrdsong. Row 3: Mike Pallesen, Sarah Disney, Clarence Kerley, Mike Lewis. Row 4: Louis Floyd, Leonard Heller, Boyd Pearce, Larry Bundy, Nathan Jordan. Top Row: Donald Boyd, Dale Kitzman, Steve Harrison, John Dunagin, Harold Tilton. Miss- ing: Sandra Borrell, Gene Hayes, Eugene Moss, Dan Hathaway. 227 228 Sophomores Gel into Swing TURNING-TO in order to meet Friday's count-down, Clara Stevens and Larry Bouton fold Worlds on study hall time. Mr. Caglefs Homeroom Front Row: Kirt Dembick, Gail McKinley, Lilliemae Hart, Joyce Mayhew, Ann Granado, Ralene Friend. Row 2: Joyce Breeden, Candy Christenson, Nancy Pat- terson, Jane White, Gayle Wan- iska, Shirley Murdock. Row 3: Hermine Chisholm, Liz Jackson, Lislie Mackey, Lana Vannestran, Patricia Oliver, Edith Montre. Row 4: Stephen Ridgway, Louis Vaughn, Wayne King, Bill Cole- man, James Cookinham, Jesse Williams, Jack Hendrix. Row 5: Michael Patterson, Kenny Tick- nor, William Jackson, Larry Jennings, Kenneth Flowers, Richard Biege, John Kirkpat- rick. Mr. Coderjs Homeroom Front Row: Dianne Goff, Patri- cia Brinnon, Laura Zirkle, Joan Clark, Carol Preston, Helen Badenoch. Row 2: Genalee Nystrom, Daren Stolley, Connie Johnson, Dixie Donnelly, Donna Jones. Row 3: Margo Bartell. Phyllis Noller, Ramona Serrano, Mary Walker, Barbara Moore, Lucille White. Row 4: Mark Wanamaker, Wes Paul, Terry Hoss, Mike Hill, Larry Ellison, Richard Macias, Joe Mack. Top Row: Tom Blakely, Charles Allen, Jim Vogel, Leonard Harding, Ted Rake, Jim Skaggs. Mrs. Correlfs Homeroom Front Row: Rosemarie Steele, Beverly Donnelly, Kathy Bran- nin, Vicki Holdefer, Carolyn Slater, Bonnie McCart. Row 2: Betsy Wiksten, Margie Horwitz, jane Nyswonger, Marilyn Boley, Connie Sloop, Leona Chandley. Row 3: Jim Studebaker, Darlene Martin, Dorothy Wray, Cheryl Myers, Willow Galloway, Lajean Finchorn. Row 4: Larry Clark, Stephen Kimzey, Bill Porter, Barry Woodard, Bill Pollock, Karl Hoffman. Row 5: Carl Smith, Arthur Smith, Thomas Grisham, Edmund Lynn, jerry McWhirt, Ernest Hodges, Gary Skinner. Missing: Alexander Escalante. Mr. Dean's Horneroorn Front Row: Janet Kraus, Mary Ann McGee, Julie Davis, Linda Wallach, Helen Langley, and Cecelia Putnam. Row 2: Mary Ann Harris, Janice Blaine, Toni Sue Simpson, Sharon Hunter, and Helen Gamino. Row 3: Rowan Tichenor, Lois Wash- burn, Jeanie Gilman Beverly Gridley, and Suzie Hughes. Row 4: Don Centlivre, Jon Ijams, George Carroll, Max Gildner, Roger White, Ignallo Guerrero, and Steve Leaver. Top Row: Mike Doyle, Fred Cunningham, Terry Coward, Richard john- son, Don Longren, Norman Davis, john Stinson, and Rich- ard Runnels. Missing: john Big- ham and Serena Risley. Mr. Dillgfs H oineroom Front Row: Virginia Cooper, Shirley Peterson, Jewell Sexaver, Enid Kopper, Kirthen Brosemer. Row 2: Nancy Erickson, Glenda Van Orsdol, Norma Powell, Lisa Ledlow, Mary Stadler, Carol Kuester. Row 3: Craig McCoy, Larry Tessendorf, Charles Sco- field, Richard Boost, Larry Grinnell. Row 4: Mike Gibson, jay Lee Wright, Larry Reib- stein, Harry Smith, Byron Howell. Row 5: Steve Evertson, Robert Jehlik, Roger Brown, Joe Edwards, Jay Howe, Leslie Comer, Harry Parker. Missing: Chuck Hanna, Lana Pearson. 229 230 Miss Drugfs H omeroom Front Row: Judy Boyett, Prilla Stewart, Donna Chotlos, Marilyn Scully, Irene Sheffield, and Betty Henrie. Row 2: Mayre Macey, DeDe Davies, Leora Stephenson, Sonya Holloway, Joyce Myer. Row 3: Charles Sanders, Anne Podmore, Frances Blum, Earl Ireland. Row 4: Mike Fennell, Daniel Ortiz, John Stinson, Tom Williams, James Butler, Ken Lomax. Top Row: Don Hock, John Neal, Fred Eberhart, Duke Jones, Walt Hillmer, Steve Kern, Dallas Hart. Missing: Joy Boaz, Linda Hale, Jeanne Morse, Nancy Lewis, Walter North Jr. M rs. Ea'muna's0n's Homeroom Front Row: Judy Hunter, Sarah French, Barbara Mellinger, Olivia Gomez, Jodi Johnson, Sharon Knopp. Row 2: Jane Eutsler, Martha Thomas, Karin Copeland, Pat Hummel, Shirley Donovan, Connie Curry. Row 3: Lillian Reed, Calvin Berggren, Kenneth Myrick, Lou Salters, Dean Easton, Wilma Villes. Row 4: Raymond Tinoco, Reed Mc- Gregor, David Turner, Darrel Gates, Merton Olds. Top Row: Dwight Reed, Steve Carpenter, Wayne Cloke, Richard Ridge- way, Robert Webb, Gary Laugh- lin. Missing: Burl Schaberg, John Mah. M r. F Q1 's Homeroom Front Row: Helen Plant, Grace May, Cathy Thomas, Margie Meglen, Carolyn Allen, Pamela DeLong. Row 2: Ruth Mathis, Diana Ferris, Vicki Taylor, Patty Dittemore, Lynda Layton, Darlene Roberts. Row 3: Tony Guerrerro, Teri Freed, Sharon Quarles, Mary McClain, Tommy Thompson. Row 43 Arthur Brice, Ronald Puch, Dave Briery, Steve Kirk, Ronald Mid- daugh, Steve Mann. Top Row: Alfred Hubbard, Harold Gerard, Tim Beatty, Stan Laidlow, Mar- vin Tatum, Larry Lohness. Missing: Tony Guerrero, Mary Tavares, Judy Ward. Sophomores Prospects Look Up "THIS IS HOW Ill do it Terri Burke demonstrates to Miss Aley and Janet Keuhn at cheerleading trvouts M iss H ena'ers0n's H omeroom Front Row: Carol Mferner, Pam- ela Stinson. Ginger Napue, Kay Barr, Jeri Taylor. Row 2: Helen Walburn, Linda Filby, Luceille Ishmael, Sherry Fitts, Glee Boy- lan. Row 3: Lourie Calder, Judy Eisler, Shirley Summers, Clara Stevens, Ned Nuss, Larry Bugg. Row 4: Henry Hohn, Gerald Harvey, Curtis Kolstad, Ray Larson. Top Row: Gray- don Kimbrough, John Clark, Don Everly, Loren Hohman, Tom McBride, James Simpson. Missing: Gary Bohannon, Donna Brown, Fred Downey, Isidoro Gutierrez, Olivia Shopteese. Mrs. Huttmhqjp s H omeroom Front Row: Donna Wilcox, Mary Wutherich, Mary Wana- maker, Amy Roop, Karen Kauff- man, Terri Burke. Row 2: Mar- ion Balusek, Anita Jefferson, Mary Halloran, Bonnie Michael, Jeanne Clune, Gloria Wylie. Row 3: Ron Jennings, Joan Dehn, Carol Lyon, Marla Hagen, Karen Simmons. Row 4: Ronald Wilson, Harlan Schlich- er, Gregg Kalbfleisch, David Crites, Dennis Coates, Bob Wells, Larry Myers. Top Row: John Schafer, Gary Pratt, Jim Norman, Jerry Wisegarver, Stan Metzger, Leon Hayes. Missing: Leonard Johnson. Sophomofes Eyes Front! BONING UP for mid-term. Van Crary, Tom McBride, and Kerry Hess "hit the books." M r. johnsonif Homeroom Front Row: Rochelle Cohen, Barbara Arnold, Socorro Padilla, Susan Williamson, Paulette Wood. Row 2: Sharon Milliken, Sharon Boast, Joy Baggerly, Gladys Hojnacki, Nancy McCon- nell, Barbara Allen, Ruth Hill- richs. Row 3: Phil Dubach, Elizabeth Runyon, jack Hysten, Lois Lewis, Gladys Winn. Row 4: Aaron jones, Jim Hayes, Lewis Jones, Larry Wisler, Larry Ham, Douglas Johnson, Andrew Intlehouse. Row 5: Nelson Green, Jim Parr, Daniel Allen- dorf, Victor Allen, Milton Whitebread. M r. jones' H omeroom Front Row: Mary Murry, Juan- ita Mendez, Dorothy Nelson. Rita Hess, Mary Tucker, Karol Willard. Row 2: Nancy Kuiken, Karen Welscher, Sandy Steck, Judy Shumway, Georgia Derby, Katherine Washington. Row 3: Florence Elmore, Janice Shoaf. Patricia Root, jim Brewer, Jon Martin, Bren Hirschberg. Row 4: George Shaffer, Ronnie Hodg- son, Ronnie Koppenhaver, Steve Frickey, James Canter. Row 5: Alan Fries, Jack Heath, John Sticher, Don Kern, John Trigg. Paul Smith, Curtis Renyer. Missing: Georgia Eutsler. Gary McGirr. ' M rs. McD0nne!l's Homeroom Front Row: Elaine Harmon, Cheryl Ogg, Sharon Buchanan, Dorothy Sampson, Betty Met- zenthin, Carolyn Keuley. Row 2: Dorothy Smith, Carol McNall, Diane Hopper, Kathryn Shimer, Linda Shirley, and Twila Metz- ger. Row 3: Steve Wilson, Larry Davis, Bill Griffin, Robert Gonzales, Sandra Michael. Row 4: George Baumgart, Donald Benson, Tom Hewitt, Eric Kjorlie, Floyd Wims, and Ken- neth Kelly. Top Row: William Weidner, William Anderson, Richard Hfooten, George Yard- ley, jim Dougan, Steve Schultz. Missing: Linda Angold, Richard Greenway, Ronnie johnson. M r. M azfzflzews' H omeroom Front Row: Sandy Brown, jack Rickson, Ellen Crider, Richard Schaeffer, Linda Gibson. Row 2: Donna Krentz, Hal Van Slyck, Bonita Dudley, John Thomas, Lorene Everett, Karen Horsely. Row 3: Joe Phillips, Sandra McCune, David Stillie, Janice Vanderblomen, jim Mc- Kay, Karen Wright. Row 4: Phillip Middleton, Sharon Hough, Hollie Evett, Kathy Baker, Randy Henry, Martha Fly, Mike Huddleston. Row 5: Mike Carder, Elaine Roberts, Gerald Lee Schweitzer, Nancy Leonard, Pete Miller, Diana Emmot. Missing: Effie Gueary. M r. M ills' H omeroom Front Row: Kathleen Kelly, Pearl Costello, Earline Smith, Kathleen Addy, Nancy jones, Betty Anderson. Row 2: Susan Haney, Nancy Beach, june Sewell, Patty Kruse, Marcia Dozier, Marcia Miller. Row 3: Charles Buford, Kent Luetje, Earline Harris, Norma Norman, De Anne Bolinger. Row 4: Tommy Royer, Jerry Sharkey, Mike Harris, Dave Weddle, Richard Froyd, john Ault, Richard Schroder. T op Row: Bob Holt, Ronnie Morris, Steve Padget, Mike Gerety, ,Tim Myers, Jim Bickell, james Hill. Miss- ing: Judy Basel, Katherine Vae Hutchison, Richard Hicks. 2 34 v-r Mr. Nalfs H orneroom Front Row: Ava Amon, jane Crouch, Lynn Holwick, Pam Grover, Stephanie McGinnis, Jody Davis. Row 2: Robert Mast, Becky Hall, Cherrie Brownell, jean Trickel, Shirley Short, Anita Serna, Brian Keith. Row 3: Ronald Hammond, jane Burbridge, Diana Osborne, Diana Armstrong, Barbara Bunch. Row 4: Bob Benaka, David Kay, Kerry Hess, Richard Monreal, James Hurd, Alan Beskow. Top Row: Davis Alex- ander, David Sellars, William Baldwin, Warren Howard, Bob Nielson, Ron Zuniga. Mr. R. Nelsonjs Homeroom Front Row: Regina Tierce, Olivia Campos, Mary Abel, Shirley Douglas, Margie Bryan. Row 2: Kay johnson, Charlotte Jones, Carolyn Abbot, Delores Sykes, Cheryl Acord, Karen Mohney. Row 3: Dennis Wik- Sten, Raymond Wilson, Faye Northcutt, Dinah Rice, Karen Haag. Row 4: Van Crary, Steve Bledsoe, jon James, Terry Sey- mour, Ross Clemmons, Charles Swank. Row 5: Robert Johnson, Maurice Robinson, Richard Miller, James Mick, john Adams. Missing: Gordan Lewis, Gary Graves, Helen Andrallano. Mr. Nuzmanjs H omeroom Front Row: Harold Schiesser, Judy Kinnett, Carl jordan, Car- lene Brumm, Charlotte Boring, Sue Norris. Row 2: Dorothy O'Dell, Mable Oliva, Sandra Cape, Jane Settle, Diane Heald, Karen Sims. Row 3: Stanley Shazier, Susan Lemon, Trudy Hardy, Donna Heinze, Carolyn Van Deer, john Hewitt. Row 4: Marlin Carson, james Cross, Theodore McKibben, Gale How- ard, Robert Searcy, Kenneth Bass, Richard McNeal. Row 5: Walter Greer, William Wilker- son, Daniel Elder, Ronald Pal- mer, Stephen Berlin, Larry Waggoner. Missing: Mary Campbell, Mary George, Shir- ley White, Elaine Whitman. M rs. Reedis H omeroom Front Row: Mary Ann Rocha, Anne Smith, Vicki Knight, Jolayne Lyon, Jill Houser. Row 2: Marie Jaramillo, Kathy Clark, Beth Nauheim, Nancy Hickey, Kathleen Holston, Marsha Joyce. Row 3-: Judy Ream, Richard Valentine, Rob- ert Paugh, Marilyn Rasch, Betsy Wright, John Morton. Row 4: Edwin Srnith,, Ronald Shuman, Edwin Hoover, Bruce Bond, Roger Templin. Top Row: Mike Cody, Larry Davis, Bob Boyd, Larry Glascow, Bob Evertson, Harry Felker. Miss- ing: Edward Longstaff, Sharon Silver. M rs. Spencer? H omeroom Front Row: Judy O'Neal, Jan- ice Rodehorst, Glenda Hicks, Ann Schroeder, Charlene Sar- dou,,Anne Boynton. Row 2: Linda Worrall, Rosemary Lister, Vicky Ruppenthal, Connie Haughey, Shirley Norton, Patti Gregg. Row 3: Lillie Harris, Elizabeth Mitchell, David Nor- man, Dick Coke. Row 4: Jerry Johnston, Larry Kampschroeder, Mike Beeson, Bill Bachman, Norman Guy. Top Row: Bob Montgomery, Dan Whitmore, Bill Williams, Mike Walters, Neil Johnson, Steve Duree. Missing: Shirley Vest, John Poniktera, Anna Jones. Solblzomores vii? NW Winners Top All "YOU support my candidate and I'll support yours." Cherry Brownell and Joe Phillips. 2 57? fy , f ff ff Solblwmores One Step at a Time FIRST elections are memorable to can- didate Becky Hall, center, and backers Kathy Holston and Vicki Ruppenthal. 6 M rs. Strahmjs Homeroom Front Row: Karen Herzog, Pam Snyder, Sharon Brennan, Lynn Skaggs, Sharon McConnell, Susan Gutierrez. Row 2: Vicki Henderson, Sally Edelblute, Linda DeLong, Shirley Hale, Marilyn Stirtz, Connie Lance. Row 3: Steven Hutsell, Kay Matthes, Jett Carkhuff, Andrea Nelson. Row 4: Bob Courtney, Richard Gates, Tom Roach, Gary Guerrero, Russell Thomann, Richard Canfield. Top Row: Robert Bryant, Denton Walstrom, Dave Knick- erbocker, jim Richey, Bob jones, Dave Hester. Missing: Butch Spencer, Lewis Woods. Mr. Teefs H omeroom Front Row: Louise Dennis, Nancy Scott, jane Beckert, Bar- bara janes, Kathy Hehn, Nancy Sawyer. Row 2: Donna Wilson, Pamela Schmitthenner, Patricia Grover, Sandra Shively, judy Limbach, Row 3: Jeanne Oy- ler, Sheryl Kennarr, Barbara Hall, Janet Mesigh, Charles Butler. Row 4: Steven Morris, Stephen Maddy, Robert Brown, Gary Cline, Ben Haley, Dan Pettit. Top Row: Larry Fischer, Richard Gillispie, Dan Baker, Martin Ahrens, Enos Cooper, Donald Humbert. Mr. West's H omeroom Front Row: Mary Hopper, Sharon Kayhill, Georgia Deat- rick, Kathy Houseworth, Mar- ilyn Schreffler, Sandra Popham. Row 2: Carolyn Dial, JoAnn Stouder, Bonnie Crocker, Angie Flanagan. Row 3: Norman Nelson, Charlotte johnson, Vir- ginia Slocum, jamie Roth- berger, Ann Thompson, Bunny Rothwell. Row 4: Ronny Reed, Mike Baxter, Bill Kress, Philip Howard, Tom Virr, Don Dres- cher. Row 5: Jerry Flesher, Bob Sutton, Doug Bass, Denny Payne, Larry Matney, Bob Rightmire, Emmett Bufford. Missing: Bonnie Proctor. Mrs. WOW's Homeroom Front Row: Catherine Hunter, Norma Nyfeler, Trenna Shields, Candace jones, Connie Hedberg, Rose Negrete. Row 2: Marilyn Sawyer, Diana Daniel, Sharon Smith, Shirley jones, Judith Baird, Patricia Cutright. Row 3: Cynthia Gilchrist, Linda Kane, Nadine Chenault, james Gubanyi, Gary Parker. Row 4: Russell jones, Norman Tyree, Harold Llamas, Bruce Altman, David Ward. Top Row: Robert Veesart, Duane Mellenbruch, David Williams, Larry Durham, Robert Briggs, Olin Kaul. Missing: Ruby Phifer. Mr. Wurt,z's H omeroom Front Row: Rosalie Ramirez, Winifred Northrop, Betty Haines, Beverly Bravence, Nancy Deatrick. Row 2: Sharon Thompson, Colleen Fahrbach, Pam Fraker, Judy Lake, Gail Keltner, Ann Bates. Row 3: Guadalupe Lira, Loretta Rah- meier, Beth Mellinger, Bill Huffman, Georgia Clune, Row 4: Richard jones, Tom Sals- bury, Richard Carman, David Warner, Frank Bath. Top Row: Roman Villegas, Richard Blanchard, Leonard Urban, David Ross, Charles Dodson, Stan Bechtold. Missing: Robert Coutcher, Richard Hutchison, Neil jackson. 37 TRANSFIGURING a gym to a ballroom, a stage to a X . .- - 1 .-k, 'wp--:sgrm,.1 ' . ,- 4- 1' wsef, "-- " ,L,,,,,,,,V ,fm if ,tif f 0 mf , ' f V , 9- f W, 4 - fc J ff -4 ff A fwf yifxy T ffl 'fl' if .V V ,W,y,4 Z I ww, .77 ,, forest, requires imagination. Cf! f Zn ' , O", f I O O O GHIOFS' Hcflvlfle VISTAS to the East, West, North, and South greeted the pioneers as they first glimpsed the untrod Kansas Prairies. With persistence they withstood heat, cold, loneliness, strong winds, and the other perils of new frontiers. Discouragements only served to increase de- termination as the beauty of wide open spaces gripped their imaginations, and few ever turned away. Trojans see "far horizons' as they record the times they have ex- perienced participation, cooperation, and direction of Topeka High's unlimited extra-curricular advantages. SENTINELS for Lewis and Clark-the Three Pines near Atchison. i vm wf ,,.,. ff,- f ,., , X V .I 45,2139 YV f 5, . A A fb , ,Vf,, AC. Zfcwm -' f ., LOTS of work went into the tabulation of Honor-T questionnaires which showed Troy needs to be better informed. Roy Mil- ler, Doug Slawson, Dave Thompson count the scores. Three-Year Record Shows Variety Seniors' Activities A ABBOTT, KEN ADELL, ALICE Future Teachers 152,35 Future Home- makers 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Cast "Carousel" 15 Cast "South Pacific" 35 Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Honorable Mention 15 Band l,2,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Brass En- semble 2,3. ANDERSON, CAROL Girls' Pep l,2,35 F.B.L.A. 35 Y-Teens 15 Daisy Chain 25 jr. Girls' Glee 2,3. ANDERSON, JOE Football l,2,3, Captain 35 Basketball 1,25 Intramurals 35 Boys' Pep 2,35 "T" Club 2,35 Latin Club 2,35 Math Club 2,3, Pres. 35 Hi-Y 2,33 Youth for Christ 15 Staff All-School Party 35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff "Your Show" 35 Assem- blics 152,35 Class Officer-Sr. Rep. 35 Boys' State 25 Boys' Nation 25 Honor "T" 25 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Band 15 Dance Band 1. ANDERSON, RITA Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Modern Dance Club 23 Troy jane Board 15 Tadp016S, Pres- 22 240 Squid Club 35 Youth for Christ 2,35 Stsff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Cafeteria Hostess ANDERSON, SHARON Girls' Pep l,2,35 Rep Council 15 French Club 15 Daisy Chain 25 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Proctor 3. APPENFELLER, DALE Boys' Pep 35 Intramurals l,2,35 Staff All-School Party 35 Trade School 35 As- semblies 2. ARBOGAST, SHARON Transfer from Marygrove High School in Kansas City, Missouri: Choir 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Play Staff Boys' Pep l,2,3, Vice-Pres. 3, Sec. 25 "T" Club 1,2,35 Boys' State 25 Latin Club 15 Key Club 15 Honor "T" 15 All Time Honor "T" 25 Baseball 1,25 Hi-Y l,2,3. AVIS, SHERRY Future Nurses l,2,35 Latin Club 15 Squid Club 2,35 Youth for Christ 1,25 Sr. Leader 35 Intramurals l,2,35 Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Honorable Mention 25 Sr. Girls' Council 35 Daisy Chain 23 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 25 Proctor 3. 25 Dramatics 2. B ARGANBRIGHT, BILL Boys' Pep 15 French Club 2,35 Usher Club 35 Intramurals l,2. ARMSTRONG, ROBERT BADENOCK. ROBERT Science Club l,2, Outstanding Member 2, Publicity Chairman 25 Proctor 1,25 Usher Club 3. ATEN, DUANE Spanish Club 25 Intramurals 1,25 Proc- tor 1. ATKINS, DANNY ATKINSON, JOHN Class Pres. 15 Class Pres. 25 Student Congress Pres. 35 Football l,2,3, Co- Captain 35 Basketball l,2,35 King All- School Party 35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 BAILEY. BEVERLY Att. All-School Party Queen,35 Brfeam Cheerleader 1, A-Team Cheerleader 2,3, Head Cheerleader 35 A.F.S, Council l,2,3, A.F.S. Tag Day Director 35 Red CTOSS COUUCII 12,31 Future Teachers 112,35 Future Homemakers l,2,3, Vice- Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Girls' Pep 1,233 Rep Council Alt. 25 Play Cadet 2, Manager 25 Usher Club 35 Jr. Girls' Glee 1 KS1' Girls' C166 25 Troianettes 25 Choir 3: Madrigals 33 Dist. Music Fest. 2,33 Stagg Music Fest. 2,33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast, Staff "South Pacific" 3g Assem- blies l,2,33 Proctor 1,33 Intramurals 1,23 Math Club 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Election Board 23 Daisy Chain 23 Cast All-School Party Prog. 23 Cast jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Cast "Your Spirit" 33 Cast 33 Honor "T" Show" 33 Cast "Blithe Queen of Courts Prog. 13 All Time Honor "T" 23 Kans. Coun- cil on IfVorld Affairs pians 3. BALANDRAN, OLIVIA BALDWIN, CLAUDIA Transfer from San Diego, Californiag THS: Girls' Pep 2,33 French Club 2,33 Future Teachers 33 Orchestra l,2,33 String Ensemble 33 String Trio 33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 3-3 Science Club 13 Latin Club 13 Daisy Chain 23 Dist, Music Fest. 3, State Music Fest. 33 Assemblies 1,2,3. BAKER, HELEN Intramurals l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Y- Teens 1,23 Sr, Leader 33 Future Home- makers 33 Debate Timekeeper 13 Proc- tor 1. BARDSLEY, DAN BARNGROVER, DONNA Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Future Hoinemakers l,2,33 Y-Teens 23 Proctor 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 F.B.L.A. 33 Business Ed. Club 33 Library Club 1,2. BARR, PAUL Basketball l,2,33 Football 23 Baseball 1,23 Cast "Mister Roberts" 23 Boys' Pep 33 Boys' Glee 13 Dist. Music Fest. 2. BARRETT, SUE French Club 13 Girls' Pep 1,23 Red Cross Club 33 F.B.L.A. 2,3, Sec. 33 Busi- ness Ed. Club 3, Editor 33 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 2. BARTLETT, MYRON Tracie School 2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Hi-Y 2. BARTLEY, CARL Football l,2,33 Track 1,33 Youth for Christ l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Varsity Boys' Glee 33 Intramurals 1,2,3. BARTON, DAVID Boys' Pep 2,33 Baseball 1,23 Football 33 Swimming Mgr. 2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Concession Stand VVorker 3. BARTON, GAIL Proctor 13 Girls' Pep 1,23 Rep Council 2. BASS, JUDY BASS, RICHARD Boys' Pep 33 Intramurals 1. BAUMAN, JOAN Girls' Pep 13 Proctor 2. BEACH, RICHARD Boys' Pep l,2,3. BEAL, JEANENE Transfer from Claremont High School in California: Home Ec. Club 23 THS: Spanish Club 23 Coop Retail Selling Club 33 Proctor 3. BEARD, MARTHA Future Homemakers l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 French Club 2,33 Basketball Cadet 1,23 A.F.S. Club l,2,33 County Gov't Day 33 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 33 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 23 Staff "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. Tour 33 Thes- BECKER, DAVID Sr. Leader 33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intra- murals 2,3. BELLER, DAVID Latin Club 13 French Club 2,33 Science Club l,2,33 Math Club 33 Boys' Pep 2,33 Band 13 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 33 Dist. Music Fest. 13 State Music Fest. 13 Kans Council on World Affairs Tour 33 Wres- tling 33 Chess Club 13 Honor "T" BENNETT, BARBARA Girls' Pep l,2,33 French Club 13 Future Teachers 33 Red Cross 23 Cast "Okla- homa" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Cafe- teria Cashier l,2,33 Girls' jr. Glee 13 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 33 Rep Council Alt. 33 Honorable Men- tion l3 Honor "T" 23 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies 1,2,3. BENNETT, BETTY County Gov't Day 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Sr.'Girls' Council 33 Class Sec.-Treas. l,2,33 Squid Club 1,23 French Club 13 Rep Council 23 Cafeteria Cash- ier l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff All-School Party 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. BENSON, WILLIAM Basketball 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Track 33 Golf 3. BERBERICK, FRANCIS BEREY, LEWIS Math Club 23 Honorable Mention 23 Red Cross Club 13 French Club l,2,33 Boys' Pep 2,33 Proctor 3. BERGES, JOAN Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 13 French Club 2,33 Future Nurses 2,33 Staff jr.,- Sr. Prom 23 Daisy Chain 23 SUN'- FLOWER Staff 33 Assemblies 33 Ad Solicitor 33 Quill and Scroll 3. BERGGREN, MARCIA Girls' Pep l,2,3. BERKEBILE, MARY JO Red Cross Club 13 Council 2,33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Spanish Club'23 County Gov't Day 33 Daisy Chain 23 Intramurals 13 Proctor l,2,33 A.F.S. Club 1. BERRY, KENNETH Transfer from Downs High School, Downs, Kansas: Band 13 Pep Band 13 Boys' Glee Club 13 Hi-Y 13 THS: Boys' Pep 2,3. BERRYMAN, RONALD Football 13 Track 13 Intramurals 1,2,3. BIGHAM, SANDRA Coop Retail Selling Club 33 Girls' Pep 2. BILLINGTON, BARRY Boys' Pep l,2,33 Hi-Y l,2,33 Football 1,33 Tennis 2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Key Club l,2,33 "T" Club 33 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Concession Stand Worker 3. ELECTION Board members take their duties seri- ously. Nancy Egy, Wendy Fisher, Harriette Rost. 241 Sen iars' AcZz'vz'tz'es BLACKWELL, SHARON Girls' Pep Club l,2,35 Future Nurses 35 Daisy Chain 25 Basketball Cadet 35 Foot- ball Cadet 35 Play Cadets 35 Intra- murals 3. BLAIR, CHERRY Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Sr. Girls' Council 35 Daisy Chain 25 French Club 35 Red Cross Club 2,35 Safety Club 2,35 Assemblies 35 Proctor 2,35 Safety Conf. Hostess 35 Usher Club 3. BLANCHARD, RONNIE Jr. Boys' Glee 1,25 Varsity Boys' Glee 35 Cast "Carousel" 15 Cast "South Pa- cific" 3. BLANDEN, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Science Club 15 Red Cross Club 2, Council 35 Proctor 2,35 Future Homemakers 2,35 F.B.L.A. 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Rep Coun- cil Alt. 25 Debate Timekeeper 35 Cast "Blithe Spirit" 35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Y-Teens 1,2,3, Sec. 3. BLANKENSHIP, RUBERT Boys' Pep 1,35 Cast "Your Show" 35 As- semblies 35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Rep Coun- cil 35 Varsity Boys' Glee 35 Cast "South Pacific" 35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. BLEVINS, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,2535 Science Club 15 Proc- tor 1,35 Spanish Club 25 Jr. Girls' Glee 25 Sr. Girls' Glee 35 Assemblies 2,35 F.B.L.A. 35 Future Nurses 35 Future Homemakers 35 Cast "South Pacific" 35 242 TWO-THIRDS of the King's Sons Trio wait Mr. Souders' signal for "Curtain going up!" at the Your Show program. Daisy Chain 25 Y-Teens 1,25 Football Cadet 1,2,35 Basketball Cadet 1,2535 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Library Club 1. BLISS, RONALD Football 1,25 Hi-Y 1,25 Class Vice-Pres. 15 Rep Council Alt. 15 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 35 Boys' Pep 1,25 Intramurals 1,25 Assemblies 1,25 Staff Soph Party 15 Proctor 25 Staff All-School Party 1. BLOCHER, LARRY BLUNK, LINDA Girls' Pep 1,35 Spanish Club 1,25 Future Teachers 1,25 Future Nurses 25 Intra- murals 1,25 City Gov't Day 3. BLYDENBURGH, SAL Coop Retail Selling Club 3. BOAZ, GERALD Youth for Christ 2,3. BOCOCK, CAROLYN Girls' Pep 1,35 Daisy Chain 25 Cafeteria YVorker l,2. BODENHAUSEN, IUDY Girls' Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 Future Teachers 1,2,35 Honor "T" 1,25 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 25 De- bate Timekeeper 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Squid Club 1,235 Science Seminar 2,3, Chairman 35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Proc- tor 1,2,35 KU Math Seminar 25 Science Club 1,25 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 French Club 1,2,3. BOLNICK, MIKE Science Club 1,25 Chess Club 15 French Club 2,35 Math Club 35 Boys' Pep 2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Election Board 2,35 Kans. Council on BoNTo, JOYCE Band 152,35 Pep Band 1,2,35 Dist. Music Fest. 1,25 State Music Fest. 15 jr. Girls' Glee 1,25 Sr. Girls' Glee 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Stage Director "Mister Rob- erts" 25 Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Future Home- makers 1,2,35 Y-Teens l,2,35 Science Club 1,25 Student Council 35 Honor Roll l,2,35 WORLD Staff 2. BOWER, TAD 1fVrestling 15 Math Club 35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Boys' Pep 1,2,35 Cast "Lady in the Dark" 25 Cast All-School Party 35 Cross-Country 15 Assemblies 1,2,3. BOWMAN, CARLA Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Latin Club 15 Squid Club 15 Jr. Girls' Glee 15 Modern Dance Club 1,2,3, Prog. Chm, 35 Safety Club 2,3, Sec. 35 A.F.S. Club '15 Council 2,3, Sec. 35 A.F.S. Student to Norway 35 Rep Council 1,25 Kans. Coun- cil on Foreign and Domestic Affairs 2,35 French Club 2,35 Red Cross Club 25 Usher Club 1,2535 Future Teachers5 Fu- ture Homemakers 35 Sr. Girls' Glee 25 Proctor 2,35 Honor "T" 25 Daisy Chain 25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Assemblies 1,2,35 Staff3"The Importance of Being Earn- est" . BOYDSTON, LINDA BOYLAN, JAMES Sr. Boys' Council 35 Choir 2,35 Cast "Carousel" 15 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 35 Rep Council Alt. 15 Boys' PCP 2,35 Tennis 35 Track 15 Proc- tor 3. BOYNTON, JANE Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Span- ish Club 2,33 Math Club 33 Proctor l,2,3, BRACKEN, EARL Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 13 Cast "Carou- sel" 13 Boys' Pep 3. BRADFORD, BILL Key Club 23 Hi-Y 23 Boys' Pep 1,2,3' Club 33 Track 2. BRANDENBURG, KATHY Girls' Pep 1. BRANHAM, JUDY Sr. Girls' Glee 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 French Club 1,2,33 Safety Club lg Red'Cross Club 13 Daisy Chain 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Proctor 33 Y-Teens l,2. BRAVENCE, GERALD BREWER, JIM Football 2,33 Basketball 13 Track 1,2,33 Intramurals 2,33 Boys' Pep 33 "T" Club 33 Hi-Y 2,33 Staff All-School Party 23 Assemblies 33 Proctor 33 Concession Stand Worker 3. BROOKS, RUSSELL BROWN, HAROLD Band l,2,33 Orchestra 1.23 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "Okla- homa" 23 Brass Ensemble 33 Assemblies l,2,33 Pep Band 2,3. BROWN, MIKE Boys' Pep l,2,33 Cast "Mister Roberts," "Laura," "Lady in the Dark" 23 Intra- murals l,2,33 Rep Council 2. BROWNELL, KAREN A.F.S. Club 13 Red Cross Club l,2, Coun- cil 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 F.B.L.A. 2,31 Proctor 1,2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Cast All-School Party 33 City Gov't Day 3g Daisy Chain 23 Troy Jane Board 13 Safety Club 13 Intramurals 1. BROWNING, JAMES Boys' Pep 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 Assem- blies l,2,3. BRUNE, KAREN Future Nurses 1,23 Future Homemakers 2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Proctor 2,33 Hon- orable Mention l,2Q Y-Teens 13 Basket- ball Cadet l,23 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 A.F.S. Club l,2. BRYANT, JOHN Spanish Club l,2,33 Youth for Christ l,2. BUNDS, JIM Cast "Carousel" 13 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Boys' Glee 13 Choir 2,33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 3, Business Man- ager3 Hi-Y Club 33 Key Club 33 Alt. Rep Council 23 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Intramurals 1,23 Assemblies l,2,3, BURD, MELVA Future Nurses 1,23 Youth for Christ 13 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Intramurals 1,33 F.B.L.A. 33 Daisy Chain 23 County Gov't Day 3. BURGESS, STEVE BURKE, BOB Boys' Pep l,2.33 Key Club 13 Proctor 1,33 Hi-Y l,2,33 Sr. Leader 3. BURNETT, KAY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Sr. Girls' Glee 23 Jr, Girls' Glee 13 Assemblies 33 Proctor l,2,35 F.B.L,A. 2,33 Modern Dance 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Daisy Chain 23 Ad Solicitor l,2,33 Red Cross Club 1. BURROW, SUSI Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 Rep Coun- r CHRISTMAS post office, manned by Marigrace Hulse and Sue Barrett, saved the Frojan student body many dollars in "mailing" holiday greetings. cil 23 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Spanish Club 2,3, Sec.-Treas. 2, Prog. Chm. 33 Future Teachers 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party 33 SUNFLOWER Staff 33 Ad Solicitor 33 Proctor l,2,33 Honorable Mention 13 Assemblies 33 Quill and Scroll 33 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conference 3. BUTLER, MARGARET Business Ed. Club 33 Daisy Chain 2. BUTLER, PATRICIA Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Youth for Christ 13 Business Ed. Club 2,33 Distributive Ed. Club 33 Coop. Retail Selling 33 Daisy Chain 23 Football Cadet l,2. C CABRERA, BILL Boys' Pep 33 Chorus 3. CALLAHAN, LARRY Madrigals 2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Dist. Music Fest. l,2,33 State Music Fest. l,2,33 Choir 2,33 Boys' Glee l3 Cast "Carousel" lg Cast "Oklahoma" 2. CALLOWAY, JOYCE Girls' Pep 12,33 Daisy Chain 23 Future Nurses 2,33 Intramurals 13 Chorus 3. CAMPBELL, BONITA Band 13 Sr. Girls Glee 33 Y-Teens 13 Girls' Pep 2,33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Assemblies 3. CAMPBELL, CLAUDIA Business Ed. Club 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Rep Council 13 SUNFLOWER Staff 13 Band 13 Jr. Girls Glee 1. CAMPBELL, LARRY Football 13 Baseball 1,23 Basketball 13 Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club 2,33 Intra- murals 2,33 Trade School 33 Printing 23 Assemblies 2. CARLSON, JEAN Future Teachers 2,33 Future Homemak- ers 2,33 F.B.L.A. 33 Y-Teens l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Proctor 1,23 Red Cross Club 2. CARNAHAN, MARILYN Girls' Pep 1,233 Future Nurses l,2,33 Red Cross Club 33 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 2,3. CARNEY, SYLVIA , Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Homemakers 13 Majorette l,2,33 Library Club 2,3, Corr. Sec. 33 Band l,2,33 Youth for Christ l,2,3, Sec. 2, Social Chm. 33 Staff Jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 F.B.L,A. 33 Vice-Pres. 3. CARPENTER, JAN CARPER, PHIL HieY 2,33 Boys' Pep 1,23 Intramurals l.2,3. 243 TYPICAL seniors, Penny Comfort and Greg Mott, are early birds for a "spot of study" before the first hour bell rings. CARR, DAVID Band 1,2535 Boys' Pep 2,35 Intramurals l52,3. CARRIGER, MARY Future Teachers 152,35 Spanish Club 25 Girls' Pep 152,35 Proctor 3. CARROLL, BE LTY Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Library Club 1,25 Treas. 25 Youth for Christ l,2,35 Proctor 1,25 Chorus 15 Sr. Glee 25 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Daisy Chain 25 Y-Teens 15 Business Ed. Club 3. CARSON, ROBERT Intramurals l,2. CARTER, JOHNNY CASEY, PA PRICIA Science Club 2,35 Future Teachers 35 Safety Club 35 Girls' Pep 1,2535 Choir 35 Sr. Girls' Glee 25 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast and Staff "South Pacific" 35 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 35 Honorable Mention 25 Intramurals 1. CASTARDO, DOMINGO Transfer from Hayden High School: Football 15 THS: Intramurals 152,35 Boys Pep 25 Voct. Machine Shop 35 Cast "Oklahoma" 2. CHAFFIN, FRANK Boys' Pep 152,35 French Club 2,35 Key Club 25 Wfrestling 15 Football 15 Madri- gals 35 Cast "Carouself' 15 Cast "Okla- homa" 25 Choir 2,35 Varsity Giee 35 Cast "South Pacific" 35 Intramurals 1,2535 jr.-Sr. Prom Program 25 Rep. Council 1,2,35 Sr. Council 35 All-School Party Cast 35 Dist. Music Fest. 35 State Music Fest. 35 "Your Show" 3. CHANDLEY, ROBERT 44 Seniors' A ctz'0z'1fz'es CHAPNIAN, LARRY CHAPMAN, TOM Sr. Leader 35 Boys' Pep 1,2535 Intra- murals 1.2.3. CHARAY, DAVID Boys' Pep Club 35 Intramurals l,253. CHELLIS, CHERYL Proctor 35 Future Teachers 152,35 Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Spanish Club 2535 French Club 35 jr. Glee 35 County Gov't Day 3. CHISHOLM, LANAFAYE Girls' Pep 1,2535 Daisy Chain 25 Sr. Girls' Glee 35 Future Nurses 1,25 Intra- murals 2,35 Chorus 2. CHISHOLM, RALPH Intramurals 1,2,3. CHOTLOS, BAY Science Club 1525 Math Club 25 "T" Club 1,2535 Golf 152,35 Boys' Pep 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,25 Mu Alpha Theta 3. CHRISTENSEN, MARGARET Girls' Pep 1525 Business Club 3. CHRISTENSON, CONNIE Girls' Pep 25 Safety Club 15 Usher Club 25 Red Cross Club 25 Daisy Chain 25 Program jr.-Sr. Prom. CLARK, JEAN Future Teachers 1,2535 Science Club 1,25 Y-Teens 15 Girls Pep 1,2,35 Kans. Coun- cil on World Affairs Tour 25 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 3. CLARK, SERENA Girls' Pep 1,25 Future Nurses 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Future Homemakers 35 Latin Club 25 Rep. Council Alt. 15 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 35 City Gov't Day 35 Proctor 1,25 Future Teachers 25 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 3. CLARK, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,2535 Future Nurses 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 3. CLARK, TOM Football 1,35 Swimming 1,2535 "T" Club 1,2535 Vice-Pres. 35 Boys' Pep 152,35 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 35 Hi-Y 1,25 Assem- blies l,2,35 Sr. Leader 35 Intramurals 3. CLASPILL, LARRY Sr. Leader 35 Boys' Pep 1,2,35 Math Club 2,35 Assemblies 35 Intramurals 1, 2535 Track 1. CLEMMONS, BRUCE Boys' Pep 1,2,35 Proctor 152,35 Intra- murals 3. CLIFTON, KATHY Squid Club 15 Girls' Pep 1,2535 French Club 152,35 Y-Teens 152,35 Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Youth for Christ 152535 Future Teachers 2,35 Future Homemakers 35 Future Nurses 35 Debate Timekeeper 35 Assemblies 35 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 2,35 A.F.S. Club 35 Basketball Cadet 35 Red Cross 35 Honorable Mention 25 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Cast 'Oklahoma" 25 Staff All-School Party 35 SUNFLOW- ER Staff 35 Intramurals 1,35 County Gov't Day 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Thes- pians 35 Staff "The Importance of Be- ing Earnest" 3. CLINE, ROGER Boys' Pep 2.35 Intramurals 152,35 Trade School 35 'Assemblies 1. CLINKENBEARD, RON Proctor 1,25 Varsity Glee 35 Boys' Pep 1,2535 Intramurals 1,2535 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. CLOUSE, LORAINE Girls' Pep l,2,35 Youth for Christ 25 Library Club 1,25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Proctor 1,235 Daisy Chain 2. COFFMAN, RITA Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Library Club 25 Proc- tor l,2. COLE, WILLIE COLLINS, SUSIE COMER, LYNDA Transfer from Hlalker County High School. COMFORT, PENNY Safety Club 1,25 Red Cross 15 Rep. Council 15 Assemblies 2535 Girls' Pep 152, Honor Pep 35 Intramurals lg Daisy Chain 25 Kans. Council on World Af- fairs Tour 25 Future Nurses 1,2535 Fu- ture Homemakers 1,2535 Youth for Christ 15 Debate Timekeeper 25 SUN- FLOWER Staff 35 Ad Solicitor 35 Foot- ball Cadet 25 Basketball Cadet 25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff Soph. Party 15 Quill and Scroll 35 Staff All-School Party 2.3. COOK, ALICE Future Nurses 15 Girls' Pep 1,25 Busi- ness Ed. Club 35 Dist. Ed. Club 35 Coop Retail Selling 35 Chorus 1,2,35 Staff "Oklahoma" 2. COOKINHAM, GARTH Boys' Pep 2,35 Spanish Club 25 F.B. L.A. 2. COON,RINDA Honorable Mention 15 Basketball Ca- det 15 Proctor l,2,35 French Club 1,2535 Girls' Pep 1,2535 Future Teachers 1,2535 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. COOPER, BARBARA Soph. Rep. 15 Latin Club 15, Future Nurses ,1,2,3, Sec. 25 Presf' 35 Sr. Girls' Council 35 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2535 Math Club 35 Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Staff "Carousel" 15 Staff "South Pacific" 35 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Trojanettes 25 Choir 35 Girls' Sr. Glee 25 Staff and Cast "Pygmalion" 15 Honorable Men- tion 1525 Cafeteria Cashier 152,35 Usher Club Alt. 1. COOPER, CAROL Girls' Pep 1-52,35 Proctor 25 Spanish Club 25 Daisy Chain 2. CORRICK, JIM Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Intramurals 1,2535 Boys' Pep 152535 Hi-Y l,2,3. COWAN, DAVE COWEN, GERALD COWHERD, GREG Intramurals 1,25 Boys' Pep I5 Science Club 1. COWSERT, BOB CRAFT, SANDY Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Red Cross Club 25 F.B.L.A. 2,35 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff "Your Show" 35 Assemblies 35 Daisy Chain 25 Rep. Council 15 Proctor 1,2535 Intramurals 15 Staff Soph. Party 15 Election Board 35 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 3. CRAIG, DAVID Choir 2,35 Boys' Jr. Glee 15 Cast "Car- ousel" 15 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 3. CRAMER, RICHARD CRANDALL, DAVID Track l,2,33 Football 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 33 Swimming l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club l,2,33 Pres. 33 Latin Club 13 All- School Party Att. 3. CRANDALL, DIANNE CRAVER, DEBBIE Transfer from Shawnee Mission East, Shawnee Mission, Kansas: Operetta 23 Girls' Pep 23 Certificate of Merit 23 Silvarts Club 2, Sec. 23 Drama 23 Music Assemblies 23 jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Girls' Choir. THS: Girls' Pep 1,33 Future Nurses 33 City Gov't Day 33 Red Cross Club 33 Staff "South Pacific" 33 Staff All-School Party 33 Sr. Girls' Glee 33 Proctor 1,33 Library Club 1. CREGUT, JUDITH Girls' Pep 13 Daisy Chain 23 Retail Selling Club 3. CROSBY, CROSBY H1-Y l,2,3, Pres. 33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Swim Club 1,23 Swimming Team 2,33 Rep. Council Alt. 33 Sr, Boys' Council 33 Kans. Council on W'orld Affairs Tour 23 Proctor 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Assem- blies l,2,33 Football and Basketball Sta- tistics Keeper 3. CROTHERS, KATHY A.F.S. Council 2,33 French Club 2,33 Rep Council 1,2, Asst. Sec. 2, Sec. 33 Latin Club 13 Usher Club l,2,33 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Daisy Chain 23 A-Team Cheerleader 33 Madri- gals 33 Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 23 Cast "Tish" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Assemblies 2,33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Honor 'T" 1,23 Debate Hostess 1,33 Choir 33 Trojanettes 23 Dist. Music Fest. 23 State Music Fest. 23 Homecoming Queen 3, Intramurals 1. CRUMP, TOM Basketball 1. CURRY, DARLENE CURRY, KEN D DALTON, JOHN Boys' Pep 1,2,3. DANIELS, DON Boys' Pep l,2,33 Quill and Scroll 2,33 WORLD Staff 2,33 SUNFLOWER Staff 2,33 Latin Club 1. DAVIS, AARON Boys' Pep l,2,33 French Club 2,32 Science Club 33 Band l,2,33 WORLD Staff 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Clarinet Choir 33 Quill and Scroll 33 Dist. Music Fest. 33 State Music Fest. 3. DAVIS, BILL Boys' Pep l,2,33 Math Club 33 Science Club 13 Key Club l,2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Rep Council 13 Alt. Rep Council 23 Honorable Mention 23 Intramurals 1,2,3. DAVIS, KAPANNA Transfer from Booker T. Washington High School, Norfolk, Virginia3 Choir 13 English Award 13 Tau Beta Sigma 13 Y-Teens 13 THS: Assemblies 2,31 Future Teachers 33 Math Club 33 Library Club 33 Proctor 33 Play Cadet 33 Sr. Girls' Glee 33 Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Pep 3. DAVIS, MIKE Sr. Leader 33 Swimming 1,23 Hi-Y 1,23 Alt. Sr. Boys' Council 33 Boys' Pep 1,2, 33 Safety Club 33 Usher Club 33 Alt. Rep Council 33 Kansas Council on 1fVorld Affairs Tour 2. DAVIS, ROGER Latin Club 1,23 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Proc- tor 3. DAVIS, SARA Sr. Leader 33 Squid Club 33 B-Team Cheerleader 13 A-team Cheerleader 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 Sec. 33 French Club 13 Safety Club 13 Modern Dance Club 23 Red Cross Club 1, Coun- cil 2,33 All-School Party Queen 33 Staff All-School Party l,2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff "Tish" 13 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Assemblies l,2,33 Honorable Mention 23 Jr. Girls' Glee 23 Debate Hostess 33 Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. DAVIS, SUE Girls' Pep l,2,33 French Club 2,33 Fu- ture Nurses 33 Quill and Scroll 2,31 Ad Solicitor 2,33 SUNFLOWER Staff 2,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies 1, 33 Daisy Chain 2. DELONG, EDWARD Boys' Pep l,2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Mu Alpha Theta 3. DEMOSS, CHESTER Intramurals 13 City Gov't Day 3. DENZLER, JERRY Sr. Leader 33 Boys' Pep 1,2. DEWEESE, KATHY Future Homemakers 13 Future Teach- ers 1,23 Rep Council l,2,33 Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 Red Cross Club 1, Council 2.3, Vice-Pres. 33 Proctor l,2,33 Troy Jane Club 13 Intramurals 13 Soph. Party Staff 13 Staff All-School Party 1,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Ass't Director "Your Show" 23 Director "Your Show" 33 Usher Club 33 Election Board 23 De- bate Timekeeper 23 Daisy Chain 23 Kan- sas Council on Yvorld Affairs Tour 23 Honorable Mention 13 Honor "T" 23 Staff "Mousetrap" 13 Assemblies 1,2,3. DICKE, CHERYL Girls' Pep 1,33 F.B.L.A. 2. DICKINSON, LINDA Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Club l,2,33 Safety Club 1,23 Red Cross Club 1, Council 2,33 Assemblies 2,33 Proctor 33 City Gov't Day 33 Daisy Chain 2. DICKSON, FONDET TA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Homemakers 33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. DILLARD, WILLIAM DILLON, SANDRA F.B.L.A. 33 Business Ed. 33 Distributive Ed. 33 Coop. Retail Selling Club 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 In- tramurals 13 Daisy Chain 2. DINWIDDIE, BETH Girls' Pep l,2,33 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 2. DISNEY, FAYE Chorus 3. DITTEMORE, NANCY A.F.S. Club 2, Council 33 Exchange Student 23 Sr. Leader 33 Latin Club 13 Math Club 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Fu- ture Teachers 1,2,33 Squid Club 33 'Staff "South Pacific" 33 Staff "Carousel" 13 Honor "T" 13 Debate Timekeeper 33 Band l,2,33 Band Social Chairman 33 Orchestra 13 Dist. Music Fest. 13 State Music Fest. 13 Assemblies 1,33 Cast All- Scliool Party Program 33 Staff All- School Party Program 23 Ad Solicitor 1,2. DIXON,jUDY Rep Council 13 Alt. Sr. Girls' Council 33 French Club 1,23 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Red Cross Council 2,33 A.F.S. Club 23 Honorable Mention 13 Intramurals 13 Proctor 1,33 Basketball Cadet 13 Daisy Chain 23 Kans. Council on Mlorld Af- fairs Tour 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff "Pygmalion" 13 Assemblies 2. DODGE, DUANE Boys' Pep 1.2.33 Hi-Y 33 Radio Club 1, 2,33 Proctor 2.3. DONOVAN, VICKI Girls' Pep l,2,33 F.B.L.A. 33 Proctor 3. ELECTION special! 1Vhite- shod jim Gibson waits for a noisy crowd to settle down. 245 Seniors' A ctz'z1z'1fz'es DOWVLING, DEE Girls' Pep 1,33 Future Teachers 13 Span- ish Club 2. DUCLOSE, VIRGINIA DUDLEY, BRENDA Girls' Pep 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Sr. Girls' Glee 33 F.B.L.A. 3. DUERRE, NIARILYN Transfer from Kennedy High School, Kennedy, Minnesota: Band 13 Pep Band 13 Solo and Ensembles 13 Declamation 13 PERISCOPE Staff 13 Future Home- makers 1, Delegate to State Convention 13 National Honor Society 13 Honor "K" 13 Girls' Chorus 13 Dist. Music Fest. 13 State Music Fest. 13 THS: Band 2,33 Librarian 33 Clarinet Choir 33 Youth for Christ 2,33 Future Nurses 23 Future Homemakers 33 Spanish Club 33 Assemblies 2,33 Proctor 33 Girls' Pep 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Debate Timekeeper 2,3. DUNCAN, BIELVIN DURAN, FRANK Boys' Pep l,2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 Hi-Y 33 Intramurals 13233, Capt. 3. VVATCH 'em go! jim Oliver and Coach Erwin pick up sideline tips. ADW' 246 DURAN, RICHARD Boys' Pep 2.33 Basketball 1,23 Spanish Club 33 Track 23 Intramurals 3. E EBEL, SUSAN Girls' Pep 13 Honor Pep 2.3, Vice-Pres. 33 A.F.S. Club 1,2, Council 3, Treas. 3, A.F.SL Host Family 33 French Club 2,33 Latin Club 13 Proctor 1,2,33 Safety Club 1,23 'Red Cross Club 13 Rep Council 13 Honor "T" 1,23 Library Club 33 Foot- ball Cadet 13 Daisy Chain 23 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Natl. Forensic League, Degree of Honor 2, Debate Timekeeper 13 Kans. Council on I'Vorld Affairs Tour 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Co-writer of election skitg Assemblies 2,33 Staff "Tish" 13 Staff "Mr, Roberts" 23 Staff All-School Party 2. EBERHART, BOB Boys' Pep 13 Intramurals 1. EDINGER, 'CHRIS EDMUNDSON, MARY Girls' Pep 132,33 French Club 1,2,33 Cast "Carousel" 1, Cast "Oklahoma" 2, Cast, Staff "South Pacific" 33 Future Home- makers 2,33 Science Club 23 Football Game Cadets 2,33 Honorable Mention 23 Choir 33 Sr. Girls' Glee 23 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 33 Debate Timekeeper 23 Proctor 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Cast All-School Party Prog. 33 Jr. Girls' Glee 1. EDVVARDS, GLENDA Girls' Pep 13 Business Ed. Club 33 Dist. Ed. 33 Coop Retail Selling 33 Daisy Chain 23 Future Nurses 1. EDWARDS, ROBERT Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 2,33 Brass En- semble gl Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Future Teachers. 13 Boys' Pep 2,33 Library Club 13 Sr. Boys' Council 33 County Gov't Day 3. EDWARDS, SONNA Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Phys. Ed. Club 33 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Y-Teens 13 Youth For Christ 1,2. EGY, NANCY Debate 1,2,3, Letterman 2,33 Election Clerk 33 Natl. Forensic League 1,2,3, Sec. 33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Spanish Club 2,33 Latin Club 13 A.F.S. Council 1,2,33 Red Cross Club 1, Council 2,33 Safety Club 1,33 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Assem- blies 2,33 Honorable Mention 23 Daisy Chain 23 Kans. Council on Xvorld Af- fairs Tour 23 Foreign and Domestic Af- fairs Conf. 33 Staff All-School Party 2,33 City Gov't Day 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. EICHOLTZ, BILL Boys' Pep l,2,33 Spanish Club 33 Proc- tor 3. ELDER, KENNETH Basketball 13 Track 1,2,33 Cross-Country 132,33 Intramurals 2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council Alt, 33 Math Club 33 Mu Alpha Theta 3. ELLIOTT, KATHLEEN Girls' Pep 1,23 Latin Club 13 A.F.S. Club 1,2, Council 33 Modern Dance 13 Rep Council 2, Alt. 13 Honorable Men- tion 13 'Proctor 13 City-County Gov't ONE MORE lap and Dick McNeal and Carl Chandler will break the tape in Cross Country racing. Day 33 Daisy Chain 23 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Sr. Girls' Council 3, Pres. 33 Ad So- licitor 23 Assemblies 2,33 Cast A11- School Party Prog. 1,23 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Troy Janes' 1, Troy jane Board 13 Debate Time- keeper 1. ELLIOTT, LINDA Library Club 13 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Future Homemakers 2,33 Future Teachers 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Spanish Club 1,2,33 Basketball Cadet 13 Proctor 1,2,33 Hon- orable Mention 13 Daisy Chain 23 Youth for Christ 13 Intramurals 2. ELNICKI, CHARLOTTE Girls' Pep Club 1,2,33 F.B.L.A. 33 Dist. Ed. 33 Daisy Chain3 Troy Janes' 13 Re- tail Selling 3. ENGLAND, JERRY EMMOT, RICHARD Transfer from Port Barre, Louisiana: Science Club 33 Spanish Club 23 Foot- ball 33 Red Cross Club 1,2. ERICKSON, HILDA Future Teachers 1,23 Spanish Club 33 Daisy Chain3 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Debate Timekeeper 33 Ad Solicitor 23 Intra- murals 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. EVANS, RITA Transfer from Hayden High: Catholic Youth Organization 1,2,33 THS: Cast "South Pacific" 3. EVERETT, WILMA Girls' Pep lg Daisy Chain 2. EVERTSON, ROBERT Intramurals 1,23 Chess Club 1. F FAGER, MARC Transfer from lfklentworth Military Academy: Educational Tour 13 Com- pany B 1. FAIRMAN, LOREN Science Club 13 Radio Club 33 Proctor 33 City Gov't Day 3. FARNSWORTH, ROBERT Key Club 1,2,3, Sec. 33 Boys' Pep l,2,3, Pres. 33 Hi-Y 1,23 Rep Council 2,33 As- semblies 1,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Varsity Boys' Glee 3. FAUST, MARTHA Future Teachers 1,33 Girls' Pep 132,33 Daisy Chain 23 Spanish Club 23 Youth for Christ 1. FEAKER, SHERILL Girls' Pep 1,23 Troy Jane Board 13 F.B. L.A. 33 Library Club 13 French Club 13 Quill and Scroll 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 SUNFLOWER Staff 2,33 Proctor 1,23 WORLD lj Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. FEASEL, RON Football 13 Boys' Pep l,2,3. FEIST, MARY Youth for Christ l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,3. FERRELL, LAURAINE Girls' Pep l,2,33 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Daisy Chain 2. FETT ER, ANN Girls' Pep 1,23 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 French Club 2,33 Staff All-School Party 23 Cast All-School Party 23 Staff "Mr. Roberts" 23 Cast "Pygmalion" lg Cast "Blithe Spirit" Lead 33 Cast "Car- ousel" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Operetta Publicity Chairman 2,33 Rep Council 2,33 Quill and Scroll 2,3, Pres. 33 WORLD Staff 2,3, Feature Editor 33 Masque and Wig 2,33 Thespians 2,3, Sec-Treas 33 Or- chestra l,2,33 Orchestra Concert Mis- tress 2,33 String Ensemble lg Dist. Music Fest. 1.23 State Music Fest 1,23 Assem- blies l,2,33 Staff "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. FILE, KAREN 'Girls' Pep 1,23 Y-Teens 1,23 Business Ed. Club 3. FINK, ELIZABETH B Team Cheerleader 13 A Team Cheer- leader 33 Honor Pep 23 Sec.-Treas. Girls' Pep 23 A.F.S. Council 2,33 Red Cross Council 2,33 French Club 2,3, Pres. 33 Student Council 2, Sec. 23 Rep Council 2,33 A.F.S. Exchange Candidate 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Dir. All-School Party Prog. 2g Dir. jr.-Sr. Prom Prog. 23 Cast "Blithe Spirit" 33 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Foreign- and Domestic Affairs Conf. 23 SUNFLOWER Staff 23 WORLD Reporter 13 Quill and Scroll 2,3, Treas. 33 Daisy Chain 23 Latin Club 13 Proctor l,2,33 Honorable Mention 13 Honor "T" 23 All School Party Queen Att. 33 A.F.S. Tag Day Dir. 33 Thespians 33 Staff "The Im- portance of Being Earnest" Dir. 3. FINK, JOYCE Girls' Pep 1.2, Honor Pep 33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Red Cross Council 33 A.F.S. Council 33 Safety Club l,2,33 Honorable Mention 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Span- ish Club 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 French Club 13 Red Cross Club 1. FISHER, JEANNIE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Staff "Oklahoma" 23 Staff "South Pacific" 33 Sr. Leader 33 Girls' Sr. Glee 2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 2,3. FISHER, JOHNNIE jr. Boys' Glee 1,23 Track 23 Intra- murals-l,2,33 Cast "Your Show" 2,33 Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "South Pa- cific" 3. FISHER, WENDY Safety Club 1.2.33 Red Cross 1, Council 2.3, Sec.-Tres. 33 A.F.S. Club 1, Coun- cil 2,33 Troy jane Board 13 Latin Club 13 Girls' Pep 1, Pres. 33 Honor Pep 2,33 Ass't. Sec. of the Point System 23 Daisy Chain 23 Debate Time-keeper 23 Assoc. Editor SUNFLOWVER 23 Kans. Council 23 Sr. Girls' Sec. of Point 1,33 Staff All- Editor SUN- Prom 23 As- on l'Vorld Affairs Tour Council 33 Ad Solicitor 23 System 33 Election Board School Party 2,33 Ass't FLOWER 33 Staff jr.-Sr. semblies l,2,33 Usher Club 2.33 Quill and Scroll 2,3, Sec. 33 All Time Honor "T" 23 Intramurals li Proctor l,2,3l Basketball Cadet 13 THS 3rd Place Motto Winner 13 Student Council 2,3, Treas. 33 Cast "Blithe Spirit" 33 Math Club 33 City Gov't Day 33 Cast "The Importance of Being Earnest" 33 Thes- pian 3. FISHER, KAY Future Nurses 1,23 Youth for Christ 13 Proctor 3. FLEMING, BILL Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep 23 Proctor 2: County Gov't Day 33 Election Board 3. FLICKINGER, SUE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Y-Teens 13 Future Nurses l,2,33 Business Ed. Club 33 Proctor l,2. TENSE FACES, tense muscles, and a tense crowd characterize a big mo- ment at the Leavenworth Regionals for Mike Shinn and john Atkinson. if 4 4 A ,..-.,,, ,,,., 3 .3 , I , M30 iv Seniors' Actz'vz'tz'es FLOIVER, M. Coin Club 23 Assemblies 3. FLOWVERS, ROY FLOYD, JAN FLY, JOHN FLYE, JACQUELINE Business Club 33 Business Ed. Club 33 Dist. Ed. Club 33 Coop Retail Selling Club 33 Youth for Christ l,2,33 Girls' Pep l. FORBES, LAWRENCE FORD, JOHN French Club 2,33 Radio Club 2,3, Sec. 33 Science Club 2. FORRER, ROSINE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club lg Future Homemakers 13 Rep Council 13 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 2. FOSTER, JUDY Proctor 23 Daisy Chain 2. FOX, CHARLOTTE Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 33 Y-Teens l,2,33 French Club 13 Spanish Club 23 Proctor 23 Kans. Council on 1Nor1d Affairs Tour 23 Debate Timekeeper 23 Sr. Girls' Council 3. FREED, DENNIS FREELAND, KENT Intramurals 1,21 Boys' State 23 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Swim Club 13 Cast All- School Party 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Managing Editor YVORLD 33 Rep Council Alt. 33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Varsity Boys' Glee 33 Quill and -Scroll 3. FREEMAN, FRED FUQUA, PATRICIA F.B.L.A. 33 Business Ed. Club 33 Dist. Ed. Club 33 Coop Retail Selling 33 Sec. 33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 23 Staff All-School Party 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. G GABLER, ROBERT Intramurals l,2,33 Chess Club 1,23 Boys' Pep 13 Key Club 23 Staff All-School Party 3. GAFFNEY, JUDY Business Club 1,2,33 Business Ed. Clubs of Kan. l,2,33 Dist. Ed. Clubs of Am. 2,33 Coop Retail Selling 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 1,23 Girls' Pep Club l,2. GAGER, CAROL Girls' Pep l,2,33 Proctor 2,33 Youth for Christ 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. GAINES, JOYCE GALLE, LINDA Latin Club 13 French Club 1,23 Proctor 33 Girls' Pep Club 1,2,33 A.F.S. Club 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Red Cross Club l,2,33 Debate 13 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. GARLINGHOUSE, ANNE Social Chairman 1,2,33 Rep Council Alt. 13 Rep Council 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 23 Proctor 1,2,33 Honor "T" 13 Kansas Council on Mforld Affairs Tour 23 County Gov't Day 33 Daisy Chain 23 Intramural 13 Spanish Club 2,33 Usher Club l,2,33 Ad Solicitor 33 Staff All- School Party 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. GARRETT, TOM GARRETSON, ROSANNA Girls' Pep 1,23 Youth for Christ 1,23 Staff All-School Party 2,33 Future Home- makers 13 Assemblies 1,2,33 Proctor 25 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. GASKILL, LINDA Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Teachers 33 A.F.S. Club 13 French Club 1,23 Safety Club 1,23 F.B.L.A. 23 Red Cross Club 13 Staff of Prom 23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 1,23 Ad Solicitor 2. GATEWOOD, NANCY Girls' Pep 23 Daisy Chain 23 Modern Dance Club 1. MYSTIC Misses. Harem girls Kathy Hankenson, Janie Givens, and Carol Steele wait their turn to dance for mighty Alladin. 248 GENTRY, CURT Hi-Y 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,35 Track 1,23 City Gov't Day 33 Staff "Your Show" Assemblies l,2,33 Staff All-School Party3 Proctor 33 Trade School Voc. Pho- tography 3. GEREN, SANDRA Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Homemakers 13 Safety Club 13 Jr. Girls' Glee 13 Sr. Girls' Glee 23 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 F.B.L.A. 33 Checker Club 13 Daisy Chain 2. GIBBS, JUDI GIBESON, JUDY Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,33 Spanish Club 23 Future Teachers 1,2,33 Future Homemakers 1,2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Honorable Mention 13 Proctor 1,33 Daisy Chain 2. GIBSON, JAMES Swimming 1,2,33 Letterman 2,35 Golf Team 2,33 Honorable Mention 13 Latin Club 13 French Club 23 Hi-Y 1,23 Key Club 1,23 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Math Club 2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 "T" Club 2,33 Swim Club 1,23 A.F.S. Club 33 Student Council 2,35 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Proc- tor 33 Concession Stand Worker 1,23 City Gov't Day 2,33 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Election Commis- sioner 2,33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Staff All- School Party 2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. GIFFORD, SANDY F.B.L.A. 33 Future Nurses 2,33 Sr. Girls' Glee 2,33 Girls' Pep 1,2,3. GILCHRIST, BILL GINT ER, RALPH Boys' Pep 2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Intramurals 33 Proctor l,2. GISH, LINDA Library Club l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2, Hon- or Pep gl Spanish Club 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Debate Timekeeper 23 Daisy Chain 23 Sr. Leader 33 Library Proctor 1,2,33 Red Cross Club 1. GIVENS, JANIE Transfer from St. Louis: Spanish Club l,2,33 Bridge Club 13 Student Rep 23 Vice Pres. of Homeroom 13 Modern Dance 23 Y-Teens 1,23 Safety Club 23 Bowling Club 23- T.H.S. All-School Party Cast 3. GLADFELTER, SKIP Vice-Pres. Sr. Class 33 Rep Council 1,23 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Football 1,23 Basket- ball 1,23 Sr. Leader 33 Spanish Club 2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Staff All-School Party 33 Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Attendant All-School Party 33 Sr. Boys' Council 3. GLOVER, GERALD Sr. Leader 33 Intramurals l,2,3. GODBEY, BONNIE Girls' Pep 2,33 Proctor 2,33 F.B.L.A. 3. GODFREY, MARVIN Boys' Pep 13 Intramurals 33 Boys' Chorus 13 Trade School 33 Cast "Car- ousel" 1. GOMEZ, JOSEPH Boys' Pep 3g Intramurals l,2,33 Band 1,2,3. GOOCH, THOMAS Proctor l,2,33'Boys' Pep l,2,33 Football 1,21 Intramurals 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Hi-Y 33 Debate 13 Youth for Chris 13 Assemblies 2. GORDON, PAUL Boys' Pep l,2,3. GRAGG, PATTY Business Dist. Club 13 Business Ed. Club 3. GRANTHAM, MARILYN Girls' Pep 12.33 Game Cadet 13 A.F.S. Club 1.2.33 Council 33 Spanish Club 2,33 Latin Club 13 Usher Club 12,33 Staff All-School Partv 1.2.33 Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies 2,33 Election Board 33 Kans. Council on Yllorld Af- fairs Tour 23 Debate Timekeeper 23 Proctor 12.33 Homecoming Queen At- tendant 33 Daisy Chain 2. GRAYBEAL, CURTIS GREEN, LINDA GRESSER, ANDREA All School Party Attendant 33 Class Representative 12.33 Student Council 12,33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Chairman 33 Honor "T" 1,23 Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2.33 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 Spanish Club 1,33 Safety Club 1,2,3, Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 33 Red Cross 13 Math Club 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Usher Club 1,2,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 1,2,33 Chorus "Carousel" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific", Student Direc- tor "South Pacific" 33 Assemblies 12,33 Choir 33 Kans. Council on World Af- fairs Tour 23 Proctor 1,2,33 Intramurals 123 Staff All-School Party 12,33 Sr. Girls' Glee 23 jr. Girls' Glee 13 Daisy Chain 2. GRIFFIN, PAT Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Teachers 13 Sr. Girls' Council 33 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Y-Teens 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Cafeteria Cashier 12,3. GRIFFIN, PATRICIA Transfer from Brush, Colorado: Brush Pep Clubg Bridgeport, Nebraska, Bridge- port Pep Club, Junior Class Play3 Chey- enne, lVyoming, Taenbas3 Big Sistersg THS. GROVER, ANTHONY Intramurals 12,33 Boys' Pep 13 Youth for Christ 1,23 Rep Council 2. GRUBB, GLENN Boys' Pep 1. GUERRER, CARROL Girls? Pep 13 Spanish Club 23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 33 jr.-Sr. Prom Staff 3. GUERRERO, CANDIDO Boys' Pep Club 33 Intramurals 12.3. GUNNERSON, MARILYN Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Usher Club 33 Cast All-School Party 2. H HAFLICH, JACQUELINE Girls' Pep 1.2: Proctor 1. HAHN, LARRY Key Club 13 Science Club 1,23 Hi-Y 13 Boys' Pep 12,33 Chess Club 1,23 Red Cross 13 KU Med Center Delegate 3. HALL, KATHERINE Transfer from McCallum High School, Austin Texas: THS: Latin Club 13 French Club 2,33 Math Club 33 Girls' Pep 33 Future Teachers 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies 12,33 Staff All-School Party 33 Honorable Mention 22 Band 12,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Clarinet Choir 33 Dist. Music Fest. 1,23 Choir 33 Cast, Staff "South Pacific 3. A BREATHLESS moment over, but a proud reign begins as Queen Sara and King John leave the ceremonies to receive their loyal subjects. HALLECK, EDONA French Club 13 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Y-Teens 2,33 Future Teachers 2,33 Squid Club 23 City Gov't Day 33 Daisy Chain 2. HAMILTON, DOUG Boys' Pep 1,23 Intramurals 1.2,33 Hi-Y 1,2. HANIILTON, LINDA Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1,2,33 Spanish Club 1,23 Scrence Club 13 Future Homemakers 1,2 Sec. 33 Usher Club 33 Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 Staff "Your Show" 33 Staff 'lCarousel" 13 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Debate Timekeeper 23 Proctor 12,33 Football Cadet 13 Daisy Chain 2. HAMMOND, MARY Future Nurses l,2,33 Youth for Christ 13 Proctor 1,23 Daisy Chain 2. HAMMOND, SCOTT Boys' Pep. 1. HANCOCK, DAWNA Girls' Pep 12,33 F.B.L.A. 33 Future Homemakers 13 Daisy Chain 23 Proc- tor 2. HANDY, GEORGE HANKENSON, KATHY Squid Club 33 Spanish Club 33 Modern Dance 2,33 Safety Club 13 Girls' Pep H H H 12,35 A.F.S. Club 13 Rep Council 1, Alt. 23 Debate Timekeeper 23 Daisy Chain 23 Cast All-School Party Prog. 33 Staff jr.-Sr, Prom 23 Staff "Your Show" 33 Proctor 12,33 Assemblies 33 Sr. Lead- er 33 Intramurals 1,2,3. ARDEN, JUDY Business Club 33 Business Ed. Club of Kans. 33 Dist. Ed. 33 Coop Retail Selling 33 Girls' Pep 12,33 Daisy Chain 2. ARLEY, PRESTON Transfer from junction City High School, junction City, Kansas: Safety Council 13 Latin Club 13 Boys' Glee 13 Rep Council 13 Assemblies 13 Red Cross 13 THS: Key Club 2,33 Science Club 2,33 Math Club 33 Chess Club 13 Proctor 23 Latin Club 123 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Safety Club 2.3. ARMON, JOHN Swim Team 23 Swim Club 13 Hi-Y 1,23 Boys' Pep 1,23 Intramurals 2,33 Kans, Council on World Affairs Tour 2. HARPER, ALBERT Spanish Club 12,33 Boys' Pep 1,233 Boys' Glee 23 Student Council 33 Staff "Your Show" 23 Intramurals 1,2,33 City Gov't Day 33 Assemblies 1,23 Class Of- ficer Rep 33 Rep Council 23 Golf 3. 249 Seniors' Aczfivizfies HARR, CONNIE Chorus lg Assemblies 2. HARRIS, NOEL Boys' Pep 2,3. HARRISON, VIOLA Library Club 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Debate 13 Intramurals 1. HART, REUBEN HARTLEY, LINDA Girls' Pep 1,2. HAWKINS, JANET Girls' Pep 1. HAWVER, DENNIS. "T" Club 1,2,33 Key Club 1,23 Boys' Pep l,2,3Q Latin Club 13 Spanish Club 23 Chess Club 1,23 lvrestling 13 Staff All-School Party 1,33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Cast "Carousel" 13 Boys' Glee 13 Boys' Varsity Glee 33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Swim Club 13 Rep Council Alt. 13 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Proctor 1,23 Concession Stand Worker 1,2,33 City Gov't Day 33 Ad Solicitor 1,2,33 Science Club l,2. HAZLETT, ALLAN Thespians 1,2,33 Cast "Tish" 13 Cast "Mister Roberts" 23 Cast "Lady in the Dark" 23 Staff "Blithe Spirit" Dir. 33 Chess Club 13 Proctor 13 Intramurals 1,2,33 Cast "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. HEATH, MIKE Band 1,2,33 Boys' Pep 2,33 Intramurals l,2. HEDSTROM, ERIC Youth for Christ 1,2,33 Pres. 3g Band 1,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Tennis 13 Intra- murals 1,2,33 Rep Council l,2. HEENER, TIMOTHY Red Cross Club 2,33 Track lj Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3. HELLER, LINDA Sr. Leader 33 Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 33 Science Club 33 Future Nurses 33 Modern Dance 33 Youth for Christ 1,23 Staff All-School Party Prog. 33 Staff "Your Show" 33 Staff "Blithe Spirit" 33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Staff "South Pacific" 33 Girls' jr. Glee 13 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 Daisy Chain 23 In- tramurals 3. HENDERSON, JEAN Spanish Club 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,2,3. HENRY, JUDITH Girls' Pep 13 Business Ed. Club 13 Daisy Chain 2. HERNANDEZ, ESTHER Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 2: Cafeteria lVorker l,2. HERSHEY, SUSAN Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 A.F.S. STARTING out on their month-long trek to run down the "elusive unknown", Kay l'Vallis and Bob Tolbert see life as a serious affair. 250 A FUTURE Priestley or Einstein? For the present john YVoody takes careful notes on a lab experiment. Club 2, Council 33 French Club 13 Squid Club 2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Rep Council 23 Proctor 1,2,33 Assemblies 33 Staff All-School Party 1,2,33 Intra- murals 13 Daisy Chain 23 Honorable Mention 1,23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. HESS, LARRY Intramurals 1,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Base- ball 1,23 Football 13 Hi-Y 1,23 Wrestling 15 "T" Club l,2,3. HETHERINGTON, CONNIE Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Squid Club 23 Intra- murals 1,23 Basketball Cadet 13 Daisy Chain 2. HEUMANN, CAROL Majorette 1,2,33 Basketball Cadet 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 F.B.L.A. 33 Intra- murals 13 Proctor 33 Assemblies 23 Daisy Chain 2. HILDEBRANDT, ROYCE HILLRICHS, SUSAN Future Nurses 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Honiemakers 1,23 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 33 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain-2. HINES, PHYLLIS Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Coop Retail Selling 33 Vice Pres. 3. HOHN, MARY Coop Retail Selling 33 Girls' Pep l. HOKANSON, SHERRY Future Teachers 1,2,33 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Proctor 33 City Gov't Day 33 Daisy Chain 23 WORLD Reporter 33 Foreign and Domestic Af- fairs Conf. 33 Staff "South Pacific" 3. HORNE, KENNETH Trade School 13 Track l,3. HOUSEWORTH, CAROLYN Intramurals 1,2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Girls W ,. . 'MW ' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1.2, Council 2,33 Spanish Club 1,2,33 Latin Club 13 Math Club 33 Modern Dance Club 33 Future Teachers 23 Squid Club 33 Staff All-School Party 2,33 Staff Jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies 1,23 Rep Council 1,2,33 Girls' State 23 Honor "T" 13 Hon- orable Mention 23 Proctor 13 Daisy Chain 23 Queen of Courts Att. 3. HOWE, JEANNE Transfer from St. Louis, Missouri: Pep Club lg Orchestra 13 G.A.A. 13 Latin Club 13 THS: French Club 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Dist. Music Fest. 23 String Ensemble 2,33 A.F.S. Council 2,33 Fu- ture Teachers 33 Girls' Pep 2, Honor Pep 3. HOWELL, ROSE MARIE Girls' Pep 1,2, Honor Pep 33 Rep Coun- cil 33 Latin Club 13 French Club 2,33 Future Nurses 23 Proctor 1,33 Ad So- licitor 23 Rep Council Alt. 2. HOYT, PRESTON Key Club 1.23 Spanish Club 33 Hi-Y 1,2,33 Swim Club 1,23 Swimming 1,2,33 Cross-Country 33 Staff "Your Show" Dir. 2,33 Sr. Boys' Council 13 "T" Club 1,2,33 Varsity Boys' Glee 33 Cast "Mister Roberts" 23 Cast South Pacific" 33 Boys' Pep 1,2,3. HULSE, MARIGRACE Safety Club 1,2,33 Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,33 Red Cross 2,3, Council 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Debate Timekeeper 23 Proctor 13 Daisy Chain 23 A.F.S. Club 13 F.B.L.A. 2, Pres. 33 Business Ed. Club 3, Pres. 3. HUNSICKER, MARILYN Girls' Pep 1,23 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Business Ed. Club 3, Sec. 33 Future Homemakers 1,23 Red Cross 1,23 Football Cadet 1,23 Daisy Chain 2. HURD, BENSON Boys' Glee 23 Choir 33 Boys' Pep 23 Spanish Club 23 Football 1,2,33 As- semblies 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Youth for Christ 23 Sr. Boys' Council 33 "T" Club 3. HUTSELL, KATHIE Girls' Pep 23 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Trojanettes 23 Dist. Music Fest. 23 State Music Fest. 23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 33 Assemblies l,2,3. I IMLAY, WAYNE IOTT, KAREN Red Cross 2,33 Basketball Cadet 1,23 Football Cadet 1,23 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Busi- ness Ed. Club 2,3, Vice-Pres. 33 Future Homemakers 23 Rep Council 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Daisy Chain. ISAAC, JERRY J JACKSON, ERIC Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 String Quartet 1,2,33 String Ensemble 23 Dist. Music Fest. 23 State Music Fest. 23 Rep Council 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 2. JOHNSON, DICK JOHNSON, JO Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Girls' Pep 1,2, Honor Pep 33 Cast All-School Party Prog. 2,33 Cast "Your Show" 33 Science Club 33 Sr. Leader 33 Spanish Club 23 Modern Dance 33 Proctor 1,23 Madrigals 33 State Music Fest. 23 Choir 33 Trojanettes 23 Daisy Chain 2g Cast Jr.-Sr. Prom Prog. 23 Girls' Jr. Glee 13 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 Dist. Music Fest. 23 Assemblies l,2,3. JOHNSON, SHERYL Girls' Pep 1,2. JOHNSTON, JOLEEN Girls' Pep 1,23 French Club 13 Daisy Chain 23 Debate Hostess l. JORDAN, BRUCE Assemblies 1,2,33 Photo Club 3, Pres.'3. JOVALIS, FANNY Girls' Pep 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 1,33 Girls' Jr. Glee 13 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 Choir 33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 3. K KAMPSEN, HELEN Girls' Pep 1,23 F.B.L.A. 33 Proctor 3. KAMPSEN, KATHY Girls' Pep 23 Proctor 1.2. KARNOWSKI, GREGORY KEARNEY, BETH Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Youth for Christ 1,23 F.B.L.A. 33 Proctor 2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. KEARNEY, SHERRY Girls' Pep 1,23 F.B.L.A. 33 Coop Retail Selling 33 Daisy Chain 2. KEEFE, PATRICIA KEITH, JOHN KELLER, FRANK Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Math Club 33 Hi-Y 1,23 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Rep Council 2,3, Alt. 13 Proctor 2,33 Key Club 23 Staff All-School Party 23 Swim Club 2g Asf semblies 2. KELLY, JIM KELLY, JUDY Intramurals 13 Girls' Pep 1,2, Honor Pep 33 A.F.S. Club 1,23 French Club 13 Science Club 13 Modern Dance 13 Red Cross 33 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 33 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. KENNEDY, DAVID Football 1,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Tennis 1,2. KENNEDY, PATRICIA Transfer from Hayden High School: Band 1,23 Dist. Music Fest. 1,23 Future Teachers 23 Operetta 1,23 Science Club 23 Staff Newspaper 1,23 Staff Yearbook 1,23 Rep Council 1, Alt. 23 Dist. Speech Fest. 23 State Speech Fest. 23 N.S.P.A. Journalism Award 23 THS: Band 33 Orchestra 33 County Gov't Day 33 Future Teachers 33 Girls' Pep 3g Cast "South Pacific" 33 A.F.S. Club 3. KENNEDY, SANDRA Girls' Pep 1,2,33 French Club 2,33 Future Teachers 33 Y-Teens 2,33 Proctor 23 County Gov't Day 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Squid Club 13 Library Club 2. KENNEDY, TRISH Girls' Pep l, Honor Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 Safety Club 1,2,33 Usher Club 33 As- semblies 13 Rep Council 1,23 Honorable Mention 23 Kans. Council on I'Vorld Affairs Tour 23 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 1,33 Proctor 1. KERELEGAN, RONALD KERLE, JANIE A.F.S. Club 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Intra- murals 13 Rep Council 13 F.B.L.A. 33 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 2. KESLER, JEAN French Club 33 Future Teachers 33 Girls' Pep 3. KETTERMAN, JIM Boys' Pep 33 Intramurals 33 Assemblies 3. KIBBY, JIM 'WVELL NOIN." Marvin Kuehn and Mr. Weaver stop for a chat at the animal All-School Party. 251 Seniors' A ctivz'tz'es KIBLER, BARBIE Rep Council 13 French Club 13 Future Homemakers 1,23 Girls' Pep l, Honor Pep 2,33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Mu Alpha Theta 3, Sec. 33 A.F.S. Council 2,33 Honor "T" 13 Honorable Mention 23 Debate Timekeeper 13 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 33 Daisy Chain 23 Orchestra 1,2,33 String Ensemble 1,2,33 Dist. Music Fest. 1,23 State Music Fest. 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. KINDER, CONNIE Girls' Pep 1. KING, IDA Transfer from Hayden High School: Chorus 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 Future Teachers 1,23 Future Homemakers 1,23 Red Cross 1,23 Cheerleader Alt. 13 Library Proctor 1,23 Girls' Pep 23 G.A.A. 1,23 Cafeteria Cashier 2. KIRKENDALL, RICK Boys' Pep 23 Intramurals 2,3. KISTLER, KATHY Future Teachers 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 A.F.S. Club 1,23 Future Homemakers 1,23 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 33 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Safety Club 1,23 Red Cross 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 SMILE and Style. Joleen Johnston enjoys modeling. 1 1 1 252 Intramurals 13 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Science Club 13 Kans. Council on World Af- fairs Tour 3. KITTS, DORIS Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Intra- murals 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 F.B.L.A. 3. KLESATH, FRED Football l,2,3, Letterman 33 Basketball 1,23 Intramurals 2,33 Track 13 Key Club 1,23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 HT" Club 33 Boys' Pep 1,2,3. KLUGG, JOE Cast "Your Show" 2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Dance Band 1,23 Dist. Music Fest. l,2,33 State Music Fest. 1,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Brass Choir 2,33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Thespians 33 Cast "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. KNIGHT, BONNIE Girls' Pep l,2,33'Girls' jr. Glee 13 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 Choir 33 Madrigals 33 Staff "Carousel" 13 Staff and Cast "Okla- homa" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 As- semblies 1,2,33 Proctor 13 Daisy Chain 23 Dist. Music Fest. 2,33 State Music Fest. 2,33 Trojanettes 23 Future Teach- ers. 1,2,33 Future Homemakers l,2, Of- ficer 33 Honorable Mention 23 Staff jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Cast All-School Party 2,33 Cast "Your Show" 23 WORLD Staff 33 Debate Timekeeper 33 Basketball Cadet 13 Quill and Scroll 33 Staff "The Im- portance of Being Earnest" 3. KNOWLES, BILL Transfer from St. johns Military School: Football 2,33 Yearbook Staff 33 Photogra- phy Club 3. KNOWLES, GEORGE Boys' Pep l,2,33 Key Club 2,33 French Club l,2, Vice-Pres. 33 Usher Club 2,33 Red Cross 33 Safety Club 33 Rep Council Alt. 33 Honorable Mention 23 A.F.S. Club 33 City Gov't Day 33 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 23 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 33 Dist. Music Fest. 13 State Music Fest. 13 Proctor 23 Cast, Staff All-School Party 2,33 Staff "Mr. Roberts" 23 Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies l,2,3. KOPPENHAVER, LARRY Transfer from North Kingtown and Great Mills High Schools: Student Council 2,32 Band 23 Science Club 23 Newspaper 23 Pres. of Jr. Class 23 Cross Country 2,33 Track 23 THS: Mu Alpha Theta 33 Intramurals 2,3. KRIONDERIS, GAY Girls' Pep 1,2,33 A.F.S. Club I3 Latin Club l,2,33 Safety Club 2,3, Convention Hostess 23 Squid Club 1,23 Red Cross l,2, Council. 33 Staff All-School Party 33 Staff, Cast "South Pacific" 33 Staff, Cast "Oklahoma', 23 Staff "B1ithe Spirit" 33 Honor UT" 23 SUNFLOWER Staff 33 Ad Solicitor 1,2,33 Proctor 2,33 Football Cadet 23 Basketball Cadet 23 Play Cadet 2,33 Girls' jr. Glee 13 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 Daisy Chain 23 Quill and Scroll 33 Choir 3. KRUGER, PAT Transfer from Hayden High School: Band 13 Girls' Pep 13 Sacred Heart of Mary Club 13 Y-Teens 13 Math Club 13 THS: Girls' Pep 23 Daisy Chain 23 Cafeteria Worker 2. KUEHN, MARVIN "T" Club l,2,3Q Boys' Pep 1,2,3, Treas. 33 Math Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3: Mu Alpha Theta 33 Latin Club 13 Honor "T" 1,23 Hi-Y 13 Cast "Carousel" 13 Jr. Bovs' Glee 13 Choir 33 Madrigals 33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Rep Council 1,23 Vice-Pres. Student Cong. 33 Staff All- School Party Prog. Chm. 13 Library Proctor 13 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Football Trainer 2.33 Basketball Mgr. 1,2,33 Dist. Music Fest. 33 State Music Fest. 33 Letterman 1,2,33 Student Council Pres. 3. L LADNER, MARTY Girls' Pep 1,23 Basketball Cadet 13 Rep Council Alt. 1,23 Daisy Chain 2g Youth for Christ 1,2,33 Dist. Music Fest. 1,2,33 State Music Fest. 1,2,33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Choir 2,33 Madrigals 2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Staff "Your Show" 1. LAFFERTY, LARRY Coop Retail Selling 33 Dist. Ed. Clubs of Am. 33 Business Ed. Club of Kansas 33 Intramurals 12,33 Boys' Pep 2. LAIRD, SARGE Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3. LAKE,DAN Football 33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Cast "South POISE and Posture. Cathy Whitegon Wears a new cotton. Pacific" 35 Staff All-School Party 35 Varsity Boys' Glee 35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Assemblies 2,35 Key Club 1, French Club 15 Staff Jr.'Sr. Prom 2. LANDON, MARY Transfer from Hayden5 G.A.A. 15 Pep Club 15 THS: Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Staff Jr. Sr. Prom 25 Football Cadet 35 Proctor 2,35 Girls' Chorus 35 Intramurals 1, Daisy Chain 25 Assemblies 35 Staff Alla School Party 3. LANE, JOHN Intramurals 2.3. LANGSDORF, FRANCES Proctor 1,2,35 Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Latin Club 15 Future Home- makers 15 Staff "Pygmalion" 15 Staff "Laura" 25 Debate Timekeeper 25 Elec- tion Board 35 Thespians 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Basketball Cadet 1. LANGSDORF, HERB Intramurals 1,2,35 Boys' Pep 1,2,35 Spanish Club 15 Key Club 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 I-Ii-Y 1,2,35 Sr. Boys' Council 35 Kan. Council on World Affairs Tour 35 Proctor 1,25 Golf 2,35 Swim Club 1,25 County Gov't Day 3. LANTIS, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,2,35 F.B.L.A. 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Intramurals l,2. LARSON, LOYCE Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Future Teachers 1, 2,35 Sec. 35 Y-Teens 1,25 Debate Time- keeper 15 Ad Solicitor 25 Science Club 25 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Rep Council 35 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 2,35 Kan. Council on World Affairs Tour 35 For- eign and Domestic Affairs Conference 3. LAUTERBACH, STEVE A.F.S. Club 25 Council 35 Intramurals 25 Red Cross Council 2,35 Pres, 35 Usher Club Boys' Pep 2,35 Sr. Leader 3. LAVERY, WILLIAM Boys' Pep 35 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 3. LAWRENCE, CONNIE Girls Pep 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Coop Retail Selling 35 Youth for Christ 1. LAYMAN, DONNA LEABO, LARRY LEAMER, PAT Coop Retail Selling 35 Girls' Pep 1,35 Future Homemakers 1. LEE, CONNIE Girls' Pep l,2,3. LEE, SANDRA Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Future Nurses 35 Daisy Chain 25 Basketball Cadet 35 Football Cadet 35 Y-Teens 15 Intramurals 2.3. LEMONS, JIM Science Club 15 Radio Club 2,35 Math Club 35 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 25 County Gov't Day 3. LENTS, MIKLOS Transfer from Roosevelt High School, Emporia, Kansas. Track 1,25 Ist Prize Kansas State Speech Fest. Stagework Designer. LESSENDEN, SANDY Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 French Club 2,35 Squid Club 1,2,35 Modern Dance 1,2,35 Cast A1l'School Party 25 Cast and Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 "Your Show" 35 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 35 Staff "Blithe Spirit" 35 Proctor 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 "World" Art Work TROYANNE comes to school. Custodian Davis encourages Troy's new "watchman" as he quietly tells her to see that everything is secw-re. Orchestra 1,2,35 Band 1,35 Cast "Car- ousel" 15 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 3. LEVIN, GAIL Girls' Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 French Club 1,2,35 Spanish Club 2,35 Tadpoles 35 A.F.S. Club 35 Honorable Mention 25 Debate Timekeeper 35 Kans. Council on World Affairs 25 Sr. Girls' Glee 35 Cast "South Pacific" 3. LEWEY, BEVERLY Girls' Pep 1,2,35 Future Nurses 15 Band 1,2,35 Tadpoles 25 Future Teachers 35 Red Cross 35 Future Homemakers 35 Y-Teens 35 Youth for Christ 1,2,35 Vice Pres. 35 Debate Timekeeper 25 Library Track 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Hi-Y 1-25 "T" Club 1,2. LEWIS, GARY Boys' Pep l. LEVVIS, JANET Business Ed, Clubs of Am. 35 Business Ed. Clubs of Kans5 Coop Retail Selling 35 Sr. Girls' Glee 1,2,35 Jr. Girls' Glee 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Dist. Ed. Clubs of America 25 Cast "Oklahoma" 2. LEWIS, LEONARD Boys' State 25 Wrestling 1,2,35 Cross Country 25 Track 1,25 Hi-Y 1,2,35 Boys' Council 35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Sr. Leader 3. LEWIS, LORETTA 1723, Proctor 1,25 Daisy Chain 2. Girls' Pep 1,2, Honor Pep 35 Honor- LESTER, DOUG LEWVIS, ARTHUR able Mention 25 Assemblies 2,35 Future Cast "Your Show" 2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Boys' Pep 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Teachers 2,31 Sr. Girls' Glee 35 Cast 253 Seniors' A ctivz'tz'es "South Pacific" 33 Play Cadet 33 Daisy Chain 23 Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 Basketball Cadet 23 Proctor 1,2,33 In- tramurals 2,33 Debate Timekeeper 3. LEYVIS, SHARON Girls' Pep l,2,33 F.B.L.A. 3. LIEURANCE, LYNNE Transfer from St. Louis, Missouri3 B- Team Cheerleader 13 Operetta 13 Choir 1. THS Sr. Leader 33 Girls' Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Council 2,33 French Club 33 Latin Club 23 Mu Alpha Theta 2,33 Modern Dance 33 Future Teachers 2,33 Pres. 33 Red Cross 33 Staff "Your Show" 2,33 Rep Council 23 Honor "T" 23 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 2,33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Choir 33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Dist. Music Fest. 2,33 State Music Fest. 2,33 Star "Lady in the Dark" 23 Intramurals 2,33 As- semblies 2,33 Cast All-School Party 2,33 Cast. Staff Jr.-Sr. 'Prom 2. LIGGETT, CHARLENE Girls' Pep 1,22 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Business Ed. Am. 3. LIGHT, LINDA Clubs of Girls' Pep 1,2, Honor Pep 33 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Modern Dance 23 Red Cross 33 Cast All- School Party3 Cast Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Sr. Girls Council Alt. 33 Daisy Chain 23 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Jr. Girls Glee 13 Sr. Girls Glee 2,33 Future Homemakers 13 Safety Club 13 A.F.S. Club 1. LINSCOTT, SCOTT Rep Council 1.23 French Club 2.33 Latin Club l3,Hi-Y 1,23 Cross Country 33 Co-Capt. Swimming 2.3: Golf 23 Intramurals l,2,33 "T" Club 2.33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Key Club 1.2.33 Boys' Pep 1,2.33 Assemblies 1,23: Honor "T" 23 Concession Stand Worker 3. LOEBSACK, KAY Girls' Pep 1,23 Safety Club 13 Red Cross lg Assemblies l,2,33 Staff "Your Show 33 Daisy Chain 2. LOGAN, EDWIN LONG, JAMES Boys' Pep 2,33 French Club 2.3: Chess Club 33 Youth for Christ 13 Staff Jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Sr. Boys Council 33 Debate 13 Proctor 13 Hi-Y 1. LONG, PATRICIA Girls' Pep 1,23 F.B.L.A. 23 Coop Retail Selling 33 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 3g Sr. Leader 3. LONGSTAFF, MARJORIE LOPEZ, GLORIA Girls' Pep 13 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Fu- ture Homemakers 13 F.B.L.A. 33 In- tramurals 3. LOVELAND. MARILYN LUETJE, KAAREN Girls' Pep 13 Latin Club 13 A.F.S. Club lg Science Club 1,23 Future Nurses 1,23 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Proctor 2. LYNCH, TERRY Basketball 1-23 Track 13 Baseball 23 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Science Club 13 Boys' Pep 1,23 Staff Jr.fSr. Prom 23 Assemblies 3. LYNN, ,ness Boys' Pep 1. M MAGATHAN, GARY GETTING their ground work done. A new use for wallpaper is thought up as Sharon Mitchell and Judy Harden draw up king-size posters for Retail Selling. Coop Retail Selling 3. MAGERKURTH, TOM Swimming l,2,3, Letterman 1,2,33 "T" Club 2.33 Sr. Leader 33 Swim Club 1,2,33 Hi-Y 23 Rep Council Alt. 2,31 Assemblies 2,33 Concession Stand Work- er 2,33 Boys' Varsity Glee 3. MALDONADO, ROSE MARY Spanish Club 13 Girls' Jr. Glee 13 Mixed Chorus 13 F.B.L.A. 3. MANNEN, DONNA Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 A,F.S. Club 13 Safety Club 13 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Homemakers 13 Usher Club 33 Daisy Chain 33 Intramurals 13 Proctor l,2,33 Rep Council Alt. l,3. MARLING, RANDY Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Rep Council Alt. 13 Key Club 33 Sr. Leader 33 Wrestling 2,33 Proctor 3: Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. MARSHALL, TOM Band 1,2,33 Boys' Pep 23 Assemblies 1,2,33 Kans. Council on World Affairs 33 Red Cross 23 Dance Band 1,2. MARTIN, JERRY Transfer Kenmore East High School, New York. THS: Intramurals 2,33 Boys' Pep 3. MARTIN, JOHN MARTIN, LOIS Girls' Pep 1.23 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 As- semblies 1,23 Proctor 2,3, MASAT. LARRY Transfer from Hayden: Band 1.2: To- peka Youth Symphony 1,23 THS: Band 33 Orchestra 33 Intramurals 33 Boys' Pep 3. MATHERS, MARY Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Daisy Chain 23 F.B.L.A. 33 Intramurals 1. Jqfwm 254 MAUPIN, TERRY Red Cross 33 French Club 1.2.33 Debate Hostess 1.2.32 Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2.33 Rep Council 2, Alt. 3: A.F.S. Club 1,23 Honorable Mention 12: Assemblies 1,23 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 2: Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Safety Club 3. MAUST, RICHARD Boys' Pep 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Sr. Leader 3. McCALL, LINDA Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Council l,2,33 Future Teachers 23 Latin Club 1,23 Rep Council 2,33 Honor "T" 1,23 Debate Timekeeper 23 Debate Host- ess 33 Hostess Jr.-Sr. Prom 1, Cast 23 Staff All-School Party Asst. Dr. 33 Daisy Chain 23 Vesper Hostess 23 Proctor 1,23 Intramurals 13 Safety Club l,2,33 As- semblies l,2,33 Usher Club l,2,33 Girls' Jr. Glee 1, Girls' Sr. Glee 2, Trojan- ettes 2, Choir 3, Madrigals 33 Staff, Cast "Oklahoma" 2, Cast "South Pa- cific" Lead 33 State Music Fest. 23 Dist. Music Fest. 2. MCCALL, STUART Football 13 Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Safety Club l,2,33 Key Club 1,23 Staff All-School Party 23 Cast Jr.- Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Rep Council 2,3, Alt. 13 Honorable Mention 23 Masque and Wig l,2,33 Sr. Boys' Glee 2, Boys' Quartette 2, Choir 33 Madrigals 33 Thespians 2,3, Pres. 33 Cast "Pigmalion" 13 Cast "Mister Roberts" 23 Cast "Lady in the Dark" 23 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" Lead 33 Cast "Your ShoW" 3. MCCAULEY, ROWENA Dist. Ed. Club 3. McCLELLAN, RONALD Youth For Christ l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Proctor l,2,33 Band l,2,33 Cast "South Pacific" 3. MCCLURE, GARY MCCONNELL, ED Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club l,2,33 Key Club 33 Wrestling 2,33 Tennis 1,23 Letterman 1,23 Latin Club 1,23 Hi-Y l,2,33 Rep Council l,2,33 Intramurals 1,23 Football 13 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Concession Stand Worker 33 Assemblies l,2. MCCORD, VERONICA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses 13 As- semblies 13 Daisy Chain 23 All-School Party Att. 3. McCOY, TANYA Transfer from Phillipsburg High School, Phillipsburg, Kansas: Girls' Pep 23 Future Homemakers 23 Y-Teens 23 Intramurals 23 Kans. Council on World Affairs 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Assem- blies 23 Mag. Sales Chair. 23 THS: Y- Teens 1,33 Girls' Pep 1,33 Y-Teen Sum- mer Camp 13 Squid Club 33 Spanish Club 33 Football Cadet 33 Proctor 1,33 Intramurals 1,33 County Gov't Day 33 Library Club 1,33 Sr. Leader 3. MCCRARY, LARRY MCCUNE, GARY Boys' Pep 1,2333 Intramurals l,2,3. MCDANIEL, PATTY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Retail Selling 3. MCDONOUGH, NANCY Y-Teens 2g Girls' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals 13 F.B.L.A. 33 Future Teachers 13 Proc- tor 13 Daisy Chain 23 Safety Club 13 Debate Timekeeper 2. MCELROY, CAROL Red Cross 13 Girls' Pep 1,23 Rep Council Alt. 1,33 F.B.L.A. 33 Intra- murals 13 Proctor 23 Daisy Chain 23 Debate Timekeeper 23 Safety Club 1. MCENTIRE, LINDA Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Rep Council 33 A.F.S. Club l,2,33 Safety Club 2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 Red Cross 1,23 Usher Club 33 Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 33 Debate Hostess 33 Ad Solicitor 1,2. IVICGINNIS, LINDA Girls' Pep 1,23 F.B.L.A. 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Usher Club 33 Proctor 23 Modern Dance 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Daisy Chain 23 Atl Solicitor l,2,33 Red Cross 1. MCGRATH, BARRY Basketball 33 Tennis l,2,33 Football Mgr. l,2,33 "T" Club l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Math Club 33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Rep Council Alt. l,2,33 Boys' State 23 Honor "T" 13 Concession Stand Worker 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 Sr. Leader 33 Hi- Y 1.23 Assemblies 1,23 Swim Club 1. MCIVER, GERTIE MCKENNA, PATRICK Transfer from Kirkwood High School, St. Louis, Mo.: B-Team Football 13 Hi-Y 2,33 Chaplain 33 School Paper Cartoonist 1. MCKETHEN, JAMES Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 13 Proctor 33 Chess Club 13 Science Club l,2. MCKINLEY, WALTER Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3. MCKINNON, JAMES Track 13 Sr. Leader 33 Boys' Pep 2,33 Proctor 33 Trade School 3. MCKOWN, BETH Girls' Pep l,2,33 Youth For Christ 13 Red Cross 23 French Club 2,33 Hon- orable Mention l,23 Proctor 13 Daisy Chain Qi Girls' Sr. Glee 33 Cast, Staff "South Pacific" 33 F.B.L.A. 23 Future Teachers 33 Assemblies 3. MCMAHON, TOM MCMILLAN, JIM Voc. Radio and T.V. 2,33 Proctor 2,3. MCWILLIAMS, MARJORIE Sr. Leader 33 Modern Dance l,2,3, Pres. 33 Squid Club l,2,3, Vice-Pres. 33 Troy Janes l,2,33 Honorable Mention 1,23 County Gov't Day 33 Proctor 2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. MEDLEY, SHARON Girls' Pep l,2,33 Coop Retail Selling 3. MEINHOLDT, VIRGIL Key Club 13 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Baseball 1,2, Letterman 1,23 Intramurals 1,33 County Gov't Day 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom. MELLINGER, MARY JEAN Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Future Teachers 2,33 Future Homemakers 2,3, F.B.L.A. 3g Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 City Gov't Day 33 Assemblies 3. MENDEZ, RITA Coop Retail Selling 3. MILES, MARC Football 1,23 Baseball 1,23 Hi-Y 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies 23 Boys' Pep l,2,3. MISS America? Kay Loebsack. waits her cue in Your Show. MILLER, CHARLES MILLER, JACK Football 13 Basketball l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club 33 Key Club 1,23 Usher Club 2,33 Hi-Y Club 2,33 Staff "Your Show" 33 Rep Council 25 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Proctor 2,33 Honor "T" 23 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 33 County Gov't Day 33 Assemblies 1,33 Staff "Lady in the Dark" 23 Staff "Laura" 23 Staff "Mr. Roberts" 23 Staff "Blithe Spirit" 33 Thespians 3. MILLER, JERI French Club 13 Sr. Leader 33 Girls' Pep 1,2, Honor Pep 33 A.F.S. Club 2,33 Red Cross 2,33 Modern Dance 33 Assemblies 33 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 33 Daisy Chain 23 Intramurals 1. MILLER, RALPH MILLER ROY Boys' Pep l,2,33 Key Club 13 Intra- murals 2.33 City Gov't Day 33 WORLD Staff l.2,3, Editor 33 Assemblies 3. MILLIKEN, DOUG MILLIKEN, JON Band l,2,33 Boys' Pep 2,33 Cast "Your Show" 33 Cast All-School Party Prog. 33 Dance Band 1,23 Washburn Jazz Workshop 33 Assemblies 1,2,3. MILLIKEN, JOYCE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 33 Sr. Leader 33 Proctor l,2,33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Daisy Chain 2. MILLS, PEGGY Queen of Courts Att. 33 Daisy Chain 23 25 5 Sen iors' Actz'vz'tz'es Future Nurses 13 Girls' Pep 33 Modern Dance 1. MITCHELL. SHARON THS Business Clubs 35 Business Ed. Clubs of Kans. 3: Dist. Ed. Clubs 3: Coop Retail Selling 3: Girls' Pep 1.2.33 Sr. Leader 33 Y-Teens 1,22 Daisy Chain 2. . IVIITCHELSON, BOB Transfer from Braintree High Schbolz Football 1,23 Hockey 1,23 Boys' Pep 1,25 THS: Boys' Pep 3. MIZE, JIM Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Swim Club 13 Key Club 15 Hi-Y 23 Intramurals l,2,3. IVIOHNEY, BILL Boys' Pep 15 Science Club 13 Band 3. NIOORE, ROSALIND Youth For Christ 13 Girls' Pep 35 Fu- ture Homemakers 33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Intramurals 1. MORELAND, MYRA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Girls' Jr. Glee 1,23 Staff "Mr. Roberts" 25 Or- chestra 35 Future Homemakers l,2. MOTT. GREG Boys' Pep 1,2,33 "T" Club 2,33 Assem- blies 2,33 Spanish Club 25 Football 1,3, Letterman 35 Track 2,35 Sr. Boys' Coun- cil 33 Rep Council 13 Intramurals l,2, 33 Hi-Y 2,35 Tennis 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Youth for Christ 23 Safety Club 13 Concession Stand Worker 2,35 Basketball l,2. MULLIN, DAVE Boys' Pep 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Hi- Y 13 Proctor 1,25 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. MUNOZ, CELIA Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. MUNOZ, PHIL Staff All-School Party 2,33 Staff "Lady in the Dark" 23 Staff "Blithe Spirit" 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff "South Pacific" 33 Staff "Importance of Being Earnest" 35 Boys' Pep 35 Intramurals 25 Proctor 33 Assemblies 35 Thespians 3. MUXLOW, RALPH Tennis l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,35 A.F.S. Council l,2,3, Pres. 35 Key Club 15 Cast "Your Show" 33 Rep Council 1,2, 33 Boys' State 25 Honor "T" 25-Debate 2,3, Letterman 33 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 2,3, Pres. 33 Nat'1 For- ensic League 2,3, Vice-Pres. 33 Band 1, 23 Assemblies l,2,35 Math Club 2,33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. MYERS, DAVE Boys' Pep l,2,33 Hi-Y l,2,35 Band 1,2,33 Key Club 33 Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 35 Assemblies 2.35 City Gov't Day 3: Intramurals.l,2,33 Proctor 2. MYERS, ELIZABETH Girls' Pep 152,33 Future Nurses 35 Daisy Chain 25 Cafeteria Hostess 2,3. MYRICK, DANIEL N NELSON, CHARLOTTE Girls' Pep l,2,35 F.B.L.A. 33 Daisy Chain 2. NELSON, JOHNNIE Transfer from Atchison High School, Atchison, Kansas: Hi-Y 13 THS: Math Club 2. 256 WINSOME and waiting. Kathy Crothers relaxes before the Homecoming Parade. NELSON, STEVE Band l,2,3, Ass't Drum Major 3, Pres. 3 Student Conductor 3 Re Council 3 , -5 p , Attorney 33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Boys' Pep 2,35 Dance Band 33 Brass Choir 2,33 Latin Club 23 Math Club 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Hi-Y 35 Intra- murals 15 Staff All-School Party 33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Orchestra 3. NETSON, GARY Intramurals 3. NICHOLS, PENNY Future Nurses 1,25 Rep Council 2,3, Alt. 15 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 35 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Assemblies 25 Daisy Chain 23 Intramurals 15 Proctor 1,23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 25 Modern Dance 13 Staff All-School Party 13 Play Cadet 2. NIELSON, HARRY Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Latin Club 15 Baseball 25 Cross Country 1. NIEMAN, CHRIS Sr. Leader 35 Troy Jane Board 35 Daisy Chain 23 Cast jr.-Sr. Prom Prog. 25 Red Cross 1,25 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Safety Club 1,23 Spanish Club 2,35 Science Club 2,35 Assemblies l,2,35 Proctor 1,25 Staff All-School Party 1,23 Squid Club 13 Future Nurses 25 Future Teachers 13 Debate Timekeeper 25 A.F.S. Club l,2. NOBLE, ROBERTA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. NOLAN, VIRGINIA Nat'l Forensic League 1,25 Troy Jane Board lg Future Homemakers 15 Debate Letterman 23 Honorable Mention 13 Future Nurses 23 Girls' Pep 1,25 Youth for Christ 13 Future Teachers 13 Daisy Chain 23 jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. NOLLER, STEPHEN Band 1,23 Boys' Pep 35 Debate Time- keeper 3. NORSWORTHY, STEVE Football 1,2,35 Letterman 33 "T" Club 33 Boys' Pep 33 Rep Council 35 Tfack 15 Youth for Christ 2,35 Intramurals l,2,35 Proctor 1,2,33 Varsity Boys' C5166 35 Assemblies 33 Cast "South Pac1f1C" 33 Staff "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. NORTHCUTT, WILBUR Trade School. NORTON, BONNIE Future Nurses 1,25 Squid Club 1,25 Safety Club 15 Science Club 1,23 Thes- pians 2,33 Staff "Laura" Ass't Director 23 Staff "Blithe Spirit" Ass't Director 35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff All-School Party 2,35 Honorable Mention 1,25 Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Staff "Okla- homa" 23 Staff "South'Pacific" 3. NUNLEY. JOHN Hi-Y 1,2,33 "T" Club 1,2,35 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Intramurals 33 Football l,2,3, Letterman 1,2,35 Basketball 1,23 Tracl' l,2,3, Letterman 1,2,33 State High jump Champion 1. NYSWVONGER, STAN Intramurals l,2,35 'Wrestling l,2,3, Co- Captain 3, Letterman l,2,33 Latin Club 13 "T" Club l,2,3. O ODELL, ELAINE Future Nurses 1,2,33 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. OGDEN, SHARON Proctor 1,2,35 Future Nurses 23 Girls' Pep 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Youth for Christ 1. OLANDER, JIM Transfer from Colorado Springs High School, Colorado Springs, Colorado: In- tramurals 2,31 Boys' Pep 33 Football 3. OLDHAM, DALE Science Club 13 Youth for Christ 1,25 Mu Alpha Theta 33 French Club 3. OLIVER, JIM Intramurals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Cross Country 2,3, Letterman 2,33 Track 2,33 Assemblies 13 Key Club 1,25 "T" Club 2,33 Hi-Y 2,33 Band 1. OROKE, MARCIA Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,35 Safety Club l,2,3, Vice- Pres. 33 Latin Club 1,2, Sec. 1,23 Future Teachers 23 Future Homemakers 25 Intramurals 1,25 Usher Club 2,33 Proc- tor 1,23 B-Team Cheerleader Alt. 13 Honor Pep 2,33 Sr. Girls' Council 35 Choir 33 Madrigals 33 Debate Time- keeper 23 Debate Hostess 33 Staff "Car- ousel" 13 Cast, Dancer, Staff "Okla- homa" 25 Cast, Staff, Cost. Mgr., "South Pacific" 33 Kans. Council on World Tour 25 Honor "T" 1,23 Daisy 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Girls' Jr. Affairs Chain Glee 13 Girls' Sr. Glee 25 Girls' Pep 1, Vice-Pres. 33 Cast All-School Party 3. O'ROURKE, PAT ORTIZ, VICTOR Intramurals l,2. OYLER, MIKE Boys' Pep 152,35 Sr. Leader 33 Football l,2,3, Letterman 33 Wrestling 13 Golf Mgr. 23 "T" Club 33 Assemblies 2,35 Intramurals 2,33 Staff "Blithe Spirit" 35 Staff "South Pacific" 3. P PAPIN. ANN Editor SUNFLOWER 3: Staff SUN- FLOWER 23 Quill and Scroll 2,3, Vice- Pres. 33 Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 33 A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 French Club 13 Usher Club 33 Red Cross 1, Council 2,33 Staff All-School Party 13 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2: Assemblies l,2,33 Rep Council 1,21 Girls' State Alt. 23 Honor "T" 23 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Debate 1,23 Debate Hostess 23 Nat'l Forensic League 1,2,3: Debate Timekeeper 23 Ad Solicitor 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 1,33 County Gov't Day 33 Staff "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. , PARKS, JIM Football 1, Trainer 2.33 Boys' Pep l,2, 33 Band l,2,3, Stu. Director 13 French Club 2,33 Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "Ok- lahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Staff All-School Party Prog. Dir. 33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Rep Council 13 State Music Fest. 1,2,33 Dist. Music Fest. l,2, 33 County Gov't Day 13 Track 13 Cast "Your Show" 23 Choir 2,33 Boys' Chorus 13 Thespians 3. PARMON, ROYCE Intramurals 1,2,33 Proctor 33 Boys' Pep 2 ,3 . PATCH, LARRY Boys' Pep 2,33 Science Club 1,2. PAUL, MARY Girls' Pep l,2,33 Usher Club 3, Alt. 23 Squid Club 2,33 Proctor 1,33 French Club 13 Science Club 23 Future Teach- ers 1,23 Future Homemakers l,2,33 Sr. Girls' Council A1t.3 Debate Timekeeper 23 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Daisy Chain 23 Ad Solicitor 1. PEARSE, TED PECK, RON PERRY, BETTY Girls' Pep 1.2,33 Library Club l,2,3. PHELON, DEANNA Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacif- ic" 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Latin Club 33 CLASS Sponsor Madl doodles as he hears Class Day plans discussed. Choir 33 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor l.2,33 Debate Timekeeper 2,3. PHILIPP. DAVE Coop Retail Selling 33 Business Ed. Club 3. PHILLIPS, BOB Boys' Pep l,2,33 Hi-Y l,2,33 Intra- murals 1,2,33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Band l,2,33 County Gov't Day 33 Proctor 1, 2,33 Youth for Christ lg Golf lg Staff "South Pacific" 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. PHILLIS, ALVIN Transfer from St. Pauls College: Band 13 Radio Club 13 Rifle Club 13 Science Club 13 Chess Club 23 Intramurals li Speech Club 13 Mission Club 13 Camera Club 13 Blue Jan Staff 13 THS: Dist. Ed. Clubs of Am. 33 Business Ed. Clubs of Kans. 33 THS Business Club 3, Sec. 3. PHIPPS, TOM Boys' Pep 1,2,3. PIERCE, BARBARA Future Nurses l,2,33 Future Teachers 2,33 Y-Teens 13 Future Homemakers 13 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Sr. 33 Kans. Council on World Leader Affairs Tour 23 Intramurals 1,3. PLANT, CAROL Homemakers 1,23 Band 1,23 Future Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Chorus 1,23 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Novice Squid Club 3, Sec.3 Modern Dance 33 Sr. Leader 33 County Gov't Day 3. PLUMBERG, KENNY PORTER, JERRY POTTS, JERRY Boys' Pep 1,2,3. POUCH, DICK Boys' Pep l,2,33 F.B.L.A. 23 Intramurals l,2,3. POWELL, KAREN PRIDDY, JIM Boys' Pep l,2,33 Key Club 23 Proctor 1,23 Staff, Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Staff "Carousel" 1. PRIDDY, MARTHA Transfer from Hayden High School: Girls' Pep 1,23 THS: Coop Retail Sell- ing 3. PRIMM, BRENDA PROCTOR, JOHN PUMMILL, JERRY Transfer from Highland Park High School: Study Club 132. Q QUARLES, ANITA Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Intramurals 13 Daisy Chain 2. QUICK, KEN R RABE, SUZANNE Girls' Pep 1,23 City Gov't Day 23 Cafe- teria Hostess l,23 F.B.L.A. 33 Sr. Leader 33 Coop Retail Selling 33 Assemblies 13 Daisy Chain 2. RAFTER, NED Spanish Club 2,33 Cast "Mr. Roberts" 23 Intramurals3 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Boys' Glee 23 Cast All-School Party Prog.3 Boys' Pep 1,23 Rep. Council Alt. 3. RAKE, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,23 Honor Pep 33 Y-Teens 2,33 Youth for Christ 33 Future Home- INFORMALITY marks Prexy Wingate's handling of duties. makers 2,33 Future Nurses 33 Future Teachers 33 Spanish Club 23 Squid Club 2,33 Red Cross Club 23 Honorable Mention 23 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Proctor 33 Daisy Chain 2. RAMSEY, KAT HIE Girls' Pep 13 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Officer 33 Safety Club 1,23 Youth for Christ 1,2,33 Coop Retail Selling 3. RAMZY, NADIA Debate l,2,33 Latin Club 13 French Club 2,33 Honor "T" lj Honorable Mention 23 Girls Pep l, Honor Pep 2,33 A.F.S. Club 13 Council 2,3, Prog. Chm. 33 Rep Council 2,33 Speech and Drama Fest. 23 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Nat'1 Forensic League 1,2,33 Proctor 23 Assemblies 2. RANEY, ROBERT Transfer from Hayden High School3 Catholic Youth Org. 1,23 Intramurals 1. RANGEL, JOSEPH Intramurals 1,2,33 Trade School Photo. 3. RANGEL, LAYNA RANKIN, DIANNE Future Nurses 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Proc- tor 13 Daisy Chain 2. REASER, LARRY Intramurals 13 Football 1. REDMAN, MARY ANN Assemblies 1,23 Intramurals 13 Spanish Club 23 Proctor 23 City Gov't Day 33 F.B.L.A. Business Ed. Club 33 Daisy 257 TOO LITTLE "red tape" appears to complicate cap and gown measuring for Linda Light, Ann Garlinghouse, and Jeri Miller. Sen tors' A ctz'vz'tz'es Chain 25 Cast "Your Show" 25 Staff All-School Christmas Party 2. REED, LOIS ANN Future Homemakers 1,2,35 Future Teachers 1,2,35 Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,35 Latin Club 15 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Cafeteria Hostess 1,25 Honorable Men- tion l5 Assemblies 35 Ad Solicitor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Quill and Scroll 35 SUNFLOWER Staff 3. REEDY, LYLE Swim Club 15 Boys' Pep l,2,3, REESE, PAM Safety Club 1,25 Future Teachers 1,25 Usher Club 35 Red Cross 1,25 Intra- murals l5 Staff All'School Party 35 Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 35 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 25 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 2. REICHERTER, SUSAN Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 35 Sr. Lead- er 35 Staff "Laura" 25 French Club 1,25 Squid Club 2,35 Modern Dance 25 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 25 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff All-School Party 2,35 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 A.F.S. Club 2,35 Sr. Girls' Council 35 Sec. 35 Assemblies 3. REYNOLDS, CARROLL Chess Club 15 Boys' Pep 1,2,3. 58 REYNOLDS, DAVE Swimming Letterman 1,2,35 Football Trainer 1,2,35 Math Club 35 Key Club 35 Swim Club 1,2,35 Boys' Pep 1,2,35 "T" Club 1,2,35 Latin Club 15 Proctor 1,2,35 Honorable Mention 25 Hi-Y 35 Intramurals 1. RHODES, JUDY Transfer from Parkview High School Springfield, Missouri: Girls' Pep 1,25 French Club 15 Safety Club 25 Glee Club 25 Choir 15 THS: Proctor 35 F.B. L.A. 3. RHODES, SHARON Sr. Leader 35 Girls' Pep l,2,35 Future Teachers l,2,35 Honorable Mention 15 Ad Solicitor l,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Assemblies 1,2,35 Proctor 1, 2,3. RICHARDSON, DOROTHY Girls' Pep 15 Daisy Chain 25 Coop Re- tail Selling 3. RICHARDSON, SHERLENE Girls' Pep l,2,35 Sr. Girls' Council 35 Daisy Chain 2. RICHARDSON, TED Boy's Pep 2,35 Hi-Y l,2,35 Key Club 35 Cast "Carousel" 15 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 35 Band 15 Assemblies l,2,35 String Ensemble 2,35 Dist. Music Fest. 2,35 State Music Fest. 2,35 Rep Council Alt. 15 String Quartet 2,3. RICKEL, GARY Youth for Christ l,2,35 Swim Club ,Q Boys' Pep Club 1,2,35 Wrestling 2,32 Baseball 25 Intramurals l,2,3. RIDGEWAY, LESLIE RIDGWAY, LARRY RILEY, ANITA F.B.L.A. 35 Latin Club 1,25 Libfa1'Y Club 1,25 Pres. 35 Girls' Pep Club 152,35 Proctor l,2,3. ROBINETT, SUZANNE Girls' Pep Club l,2,35 A.F.S. Club l,2, 35 French Club 1,2,35 Red Cross 1, Council 2,35 Library Club 35 Library Proctor 35 Assemblies 25 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Hostess 3. ROBINSON, CORREL Boys' Pep Club 1,2,35 French Club 2,35 Intramurals 1. ROBINSON, ROBERT Sr. Boys' Council 35 Boys' Pep 2,35 Intramurals l,2,35 Spanish Club 25 Sr.-Jr. Prom Staff 2. RODEHORST, LARRY RODIECK, ROWENA Rep Council Alt. 15 French Club 25 Safety Club 25 Usher Club 25 Girls' Pep l,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Rep Council 35 Assemblies 3. ROGERS, BOB Transfer from Washburn Rural High: Football 15 Track l,3. ROMERO, ANTONIO Football Team 15 Intramurals l,2. ROST, HARRIETTE Transfer from Monticello, Alton, Illi- nois: Student Council 25 Class Officer Pres. 25 French Club 25 M.C.A. 25 Cast "On Borrowed Time" 25 THS: Girls' Pep 1,25 A.F.S. Club 1,35 Modern Dance Club 15 Safety Club 35 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 35 Rep Council 15 Debate 15 Na- tional Forensic League 15 County Gov't Day 35 City Gov't Day 35 Masque and Wig 1. ROUSH, VERNON ROWE, JUDY Girls' Pep l,2. ROWLAND, SIDNEY Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 35 French Club 15 Math Club 35 Future Teachers 2,35 Future Homemakers 1,2,35 Treas. 35 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Basket- ball Cadet5 Honorable Mention 25 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 2. RUNYAN, MIKE RUST, CARLA Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 35 Daisy Chain 25 City Gov't Day 35 Cast A11- School Party 35 Cast "Your Show" 35 Proctor 2,35 French Club 15 Sr. Leader 35 Science Club 35 Cast jr.-Sr. PTOIIIZ Squid Club l,2, Tres. 35 Troy Janes 35 Troy jane Board 35 Sports Mgr. 35 F.B.L.A. 25 Modern Dance 2,35 Safety Club 25 Y-Teens 1. S SADERSTROM, ROBERT SALLMAN, RICHARD Football 2,35 Track 1,25 Youth for Christ 15 Boys' Pep 1,2,35 F.B.L.A. 2,35 Red Cross 1,2,35 Assemblies 35 Intra- murals l,2,35 Golf 2,3. SANDBLOOM, KEITH , - Trade School 35 Proctor 3. SANDERSON, LINDA Proctor 13 Band l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 All State Band 23 Daisy Chain 23 Honor "T" 23 A.F.S. Club 33 Clarinet Choir 33 Future Teachers 1,33 Mu Alpha Theta 3. SANGALLI, ELSA A.F.S. Council 33 Modern Dance Club 33 French Club 33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Honor Pep 33 Exchange Student from Turin, Italy. SANNEMAN, STEVE Hi-Y 1,23 Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club l,2,33 Swimming Club 1,23 Proctor 13 Football 13 Intramurals l,2,33 Swimming 1,2,3, Capt. 33 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 3. SAWYER, LARRY Boys' Pep 33 Sr. Leader 33 Proctor 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Rep Council Alt. 3. SAIVYER, LINDA A.F.S. Council 2,33 Red Cross Council 2,33 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 Usher Club 33 Homecoming Att. 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Mod- ern Dance 33 Assemblies 33 Ad Solicitor 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Basketball Cadet l,2,33 Play Cadet 2.3. SAYLOR, KAY Girls' Pep 1,23 Youth for Christ 13 Daisy Chain 23 Football Cadet 1,23 Dist. Ed. Club 3. SAYLOR, 'WILLIE Radio Club 2,3. SCHABERG, JULIANEL Transfer from Garden City High School, Garden City, Kans.3 Latin Club 1,23 Pep Club 1,23 Kayettes 1,23 Band 1,23 Choir 1,23 Future Homemakers 13 Homecoming Att. 13 High School Carni- val Queen 23 THS: Red Cross 33 A.F.S. Club 33 Girls' Pep 3. SCHEIBE, LINDA Girls' Pep 1,23 Coop Retail Selling 3. SCHENDEL, JANE A.F.S. Club 1, Council 2,33 Foreign Ex- change Student 33 Cast All-School Party 1,23 Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,3, Prog. Chm. 2, Pres. 33 Girls' Sr. Glee 13 Choir 23 State Music Fest. 23 Madrigals 23 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "Pygmalion" 13 Cast "Lady in the Dark" 23 Thes- pians 1,2,3, V. Pres. 33 Cast "The Im- portance of Being Earnest" 33 French Club 1,2,3, Sec. 23 Latin Club 2,33 Honor"'T" 13 All Time Honor "T" 23 Future Homemakers 1,2, Off. 23 Cast "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. SCHEUERMANN, JUDY Girls' Pep 1,23 Rep Council 1, Alt. 23 Business Ed. Club 33 Girls' Jr. Glee 3. SCHLECKMANN, JOLENE Girls' Pep 23 Girls' Jr. Glee 13 Choir 2,3. SCHMITTHENNER, CARL Boys' Pep l,2,33 Hi-Y 33 Band 1,33 Intra- murals 1.2,33 Proctor 33 Staff All-School Party 33 Assemblies l,2,33 Varsity Boys' Glee 3. SCHNEIDER, DONALD SCHUETTE, KENNETH Intramurals 1.2.33 Boys' Pep 1. SCHUSTER, JEAN Girls' Pep l,2,33 Speech Fest. 23 Cast "Pygmalion" 13 Assemblies lg Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 33 Squid Club 13 Latin Club 13 Youth for Christ 13 Proctor 1,33 Future Homemakers 23 Daisy Chain 2. SCOFIELD, ROYCE Girls' Pep 1,23 French Club 13 Business Ed. Club 3. SCOTT, GARY Proctor lg Chess Club l,2,33 Sgt. At Arms 1,2, Sec.-Treas. 33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Math Club 1,23 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 33 Debate 2,3, Letterman 3: Nat'l. Forensic League 2,33 County Gov't Day 33 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Honor "T" 23 Sr. Boys' Council 3. SEAGRAVES, JANICE Future Teachers 23 Girls' Pep 2, Honor 33 Rep Council Alt. 23 Sr. Girls' Coun- cil Alt. 33 Proctor 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Ad Solicitor 2,33 WORLD Staff 33 Quill and str-011 ag Assemblies 1L2,3. SECKINGER, CHERLYN Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Teachers 1,33 Band l,2,33 Proctor 13 Honorable Men- tion 23 Daisy Chain 23 A.F.S. Club 23 Mu Alpha Theta 3. SHARP, EUGENE SHARP, J. B. Swimming Team l,2,33 Swim Club l,2,33 "T" Club l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Intra- murals 1,2,33 Hi-Y 23 Latin Club 13 Math Club 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Rep Council l,2,33 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 3. SHAVEY, PEGGY Girls' Pep l,2,33 A.F.S. Club l,2,3, Coun- cil 2,33 French Club 1,23 Safety Club 13 Red Cross l,2,3, Council 3: Staff, Cast "South Pacific" 33 Assemblies 1,33 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 33 Debate Time- keeper 23 Ad Solicitor 1,23 F.B.L.A. 33 Choir 33 Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "Okla- homa" 23 Daisy Chain 2. SHEARER, DONNA Coop Retail Selling 33 Girls' Pep 1,23 Future Nurses 13 Daisy Chain 2. SHELDON, KATHY Coop Retail Selling 3. SHIELDS, MARY Girls' Pep 132,33 F.B.L.A. 23 Y-Teens 13 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Daisy Chain 23 Future Homemakers 13 Intramurals 1. SHINN, MIKE Hi-Y l,2,33 Math Club 33 "T" Club 2,33 Basketball 1.2.33 Football l,2,33 Track 1,2.33 Boys' Pep 3. SHULTZ, DONALD SHUMWAY, CAROL Girls' Pep 13 Retail Selling lg Future Homemakers 1. SKINNER, ROSEMARY A.F.S. Council 33 Honor Pep 33 Red Cross 33 Modern Dance 33 Usher Club 33 Squid Club 33 Cast "Your Show" 33 Staff "South Pacific" 33 County Gov't Day 33 City Gov't Day 33 Debate Time- keeper 33 Staff "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. SLAWSON, DOUG Basketball l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 WORLD Staff, Sports Editor 3, Ass't 23 Quill and Scroll 2,33 Proctor 2,33 As- semblies 3. SLOYER, ROSE MARIE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Youth for Christ 1,23 Future Teachers 33 Basketball Cadet 23 Football Cadet 23 Red Cross 33 Sr. Leader 33 Spanish Club 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Intramurals 2,3. SMITH, ALAN Tennis l,2,33 "T" Club 33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Math Club 33 Chess Club 13 Cast "South Pacific" 3g Sr. Boys' Council 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Assemblies 3. SMITH, ALYCE Library Club 2,3, Sec.-Treas. 33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Intramurals 2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Girls' Sr. Glee 2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 2,33 Proctor 2,33 Modern Dance Club 33 County Gov't Day 33 Troy Jane Board 33 Assemblies lg Daisy Chain 23 Basket- ball Cadet 33 Play Cadet 3. SMITH, CAROLYN Girls' Pep 13 Staff "Blithe Spirit" 2. SMITH, GENEVA Future Nurses l,2,33 Girls' Pep 13 Y- Teens 13 Daisy Chain 23 Cafeteria CANDLES of "journalistic endeavor" are lighted by Ann Papin, Ann Fetter, Janet Sowers, Penny Comfort, Sherrie Feaker, Mary Starbuck, and Doug Slawson at KU's Quill and Scroll ceremony. 259 I 3 I 26 0 Seniors' A ctz'vz'Zz'es Hostcss 2,3. SMITH, JUDITH Girls' Pep l,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. SMITH, BIIKE Intramurals l,2,3. SNOOK, SHARON Sr. Leader 33 Girls' Pep 2,33 Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Intramurals 3. SOUTHARD, ROY Boys' Pep 33 Intramurals 2. SOWVERS, ANET I Ass't Business Mgr. SUNFLOWER 2, Business Mgr. -33 Ad Solicitor 13 Quill and Scroll 2,33 Debate Timekeeper 13 Debate Hostess 23 Assemblies 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Girls' Pep l,2,33 French' Club 13 Spanish Club 23 Squid Club 1,23 Red Cross l,2. SPANGLER, ESLIE Boys' Pep 2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Rep Council 3. SPANGLER, JIM SPENCER, JACK Trade School 3. SPIEGEL, DAVID Boys' Pep 2,33 Baseball 13 Intramurals 1,2,3. STAEBLER, TOM Swimming Team l,2,33 Swim Club l,2,3, Sec.-Treas. l,2Q Boys' Pep l,2,33 Hi-Y l,2,33 "T" Club l,2,33 Football 13 Sr. Boys' Council 33 Sr. Leader 33 Intra- murals 1,2,33 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Concession Stand WfVorker 2,3. STAMPS, ANNETTE Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Homemakers 33 Daisy Chain 2. STANCLIFFE, CRAIG Latin Club 13 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Key Club 1,23 Hi-Y 13 Debate 13 Cast "Mr. Rob- erts" 23 Cast "Lady in the Dark" 23 Boys' Varsity Glee 33 Proctor 33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Thespians 33 Cast "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. STARBUCK, MARY Girls' Pep 1, Honor 2,3, Pres. 33 A.F.S. Club I,2Q Safety Club 13 Red Cross Council 2,33 Staff All-School Party 1,23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Assemblies l,2,33 Election Board 2,33 Rep Council Alt. 33 SUNFLOWER Staff 2,33 Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Quill and Scroll 33 Intra- murals l,23 F.B.L.A. 23 Safety Conven- tion Hostess 1. STEELE, CAROL Staff All-School Party 13,Intramura1s 13 GLOYVING and gracious, Queen Margot beams on her cheering subjects with escort Dave Thompson. ff Qi 1 I ', ' W' .' 1 21.-Q Z' ' E, , Debate Timekeeper 33 Basketball GIUCK 23 Girls' Pep 1,2, Honor 33 Girls' SI- Glee 33 Latin Club 1,23 Future TeaChCfS l,2,33 Red Cross 2, Council 3: Future Homemakers l,2,33 Ad Solicitor 2,33 Staff jr.-Sr, Prom 2g Football Cadet 22 Safety Club 33 Honorable MCHUOH 23 Staff "Your Show" 33 staff HSOUII1 Pacific" 33 Future Nurses 23 Usher Club 33 Daisy Chain 2. STEPHENS, MIKE Boys' Pep 1. STEWART, CLAYTON Intramurals 1.2.33 Rep Council Alt. 2g Youth for Christ 1,2,3. STEWART, NEIL Boys' Pep l,2,33 Rep Council Alt. 33 Cross Country 23 Intramurals l,2,33 Safe- ty Club 3, Proctor 2,33 Track 2g As- semblies 3. STICHER, JANIE Future Homemakers 1,2,3, Hist. 33 Girls' Pep l,2, Honor 33 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 23 Cafeteria Host- ess 13 Proctor 2,33 French Club 33 Usher Club 33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Debate Timekeeper 23 Football Cadet 1. STILLIE, RICHARD Tennis 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 Spanish Club 23 Boys' Pep 2,33 Cast "Carousel" 1. STINSON, MARIETTA Girls' Pep l,2,33 Spanish Club 33 Mod- ern Dance Club 33 Red Cross 2, Council 33 Cast "Your Show" 23 Football Cadet 33 Basketball Cadet 2,33 Play Cadet 33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Daisy Chain 23 Intramurals l,2,33 Girls' Sr. Glee 33 As- semblies 1,23 F.B.L.A. 3. STONE, TIM Band 1,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 13 Key Club 1,22 Assemblies l,2,33 Dance Band l,2,33 Red Cross 23 Intramurals 13 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. STROBEL, CAROL Girls' Pep l,2, Honor 33 French Club 1,23 Future Homemakers 2,33 A.F.S. Club 1,23 Red Cross Club 2, Council 33 Assemblies 23 Proctor 2,33 Daisy Chain 2. STRUNK, PAT Latin Club 13 Spanish Club 2,33 Girls' Pep l,2,33 F.B.L.A. 33 Squid Club 1. SUFFRON, KAY SULLIVAN, SHARON Girls' Pep l,2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 Fu- ture Nurses Club l,2,33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Staff "Blithe Spirit" 33 Proctor l,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. SUMMERS, JOHN Boys' Pep l,2,31 Intramurals 2,33 Pho- tographer XVORLD, SUNFLOWER 3. SUTTON, CECELIA Y-Teens 13 Girls' Pep l,2,33 Latin Club 13 Business Ed. Club 33 Youth for Christ 33 Play Cadets 3. SWANSON, STAN Rep Council 33 Assemblies l,2,33 Intra- murals l,2,33 Boys' Pep l,2,33 Proctor 3. SWARTZ, DAVID SWARTZELL, STEVE T TAYLOR, CAROLYN Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Math Club 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Library Club 1,23 Cast "Carou- sel" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" Dancer 33 Madrigals 33 Proctor 1.23 Jr. Girls' Glee 13 Sr. Girls' Glee 23 Choir 33 Rep Council Alt. 33 Intra- murals 1.2: Honor "T" 23 Usher Club 33 Staff "South Pacific", Cost. Mgr. 3. TAYLOR, DIANA Future Nurses 12: Future Teachers 13 Future Homemakers 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Proctor 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 Coop Re- tail Selling 33 Chorus 13 Sr. Girls' Glee 23 Basketball Cadet 2. TAYLOR, JOHN Boys' Pep 1.2.33 Band 12,33 Dance Band 2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Proctor 33 Football 13 Swimming 13 Latin Club 1. TAYLOR, RIARILYN Girls' Pep 1.2.33 French Club 13 Future Nurses 2.33 Staff Jr.4Sr. Prom 23 Rep Council 1, Alt. 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Youth for Christ 12,33 Proctor 2,33 Intramurals 1. TEUTAN, GENIEVIVE Girls' Pep 1.2,3. TEVIS, CONNIE Future Nurses 1,23 Future Homemakers 1,23 Y-Teens 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Busi- ness Ed. Clubs of Am. 33 Daisy Chain 2. THARP, BETTY Future Nurses 33 Cafeteria Hostess 23 Daisy Chain 2. THOMAS, BILL XVrestling 13 Band 1,21 Dance Band 1,23 Dist. Music Fest. 1,23 State Music Fest. 123 Orchestra 3. THOMAS, BOB "T" Club 1.2.33 Football 12,33 Mfres- tling l2,3, Capt. 23 Intramurals l,2,33 Assemblies l,2,33 Concession Stand IVorker 2,33 Boys' Pep 12,33 Key Club 3. THOMAS, JAMES Intramurals 12,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Proctor 33 Radio Club 2,3. THOMAS, PHYLLIS Girls' Pep 123 French Club 13 Business Ed. Clubs of Am. 33 Coop Retail Sell! ing 33 Daisy Chain 2. THOMPSON, DAVID A.F,S. Council 1,2,33 Chess Club 13 Science Club 13 Boys' Pep 12,33 Rep Council 2,3, Vice-Speaker 2, Speaker 33 Spanish Club 2,33 French Club 33 As- semblies 2,33 Cast "Your Show" 3. THOMPSON, GAIL French Club 13 Safety Club 13 Red Cross 13 Sr. Leader 33 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 2. THOMPSON, JANET Girls' Pep l,2,33 Future Nurses 1,23 Busi- ness Ed. Clubs of Am. 33 Rep Council Alt. 23 Daisy Chain 23 Football Cadet 1: Proctor 1,23 Y-Teens 2. THOMPSON, KAREN Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 33 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Choir 33 Sr. Girls' Glee 2. THURSTON, UNA Girls' Pep 12,33 Science Club 13 French Club 12,33 A.F.S. Club 12,33 Squid Club l,2,3, Pres. 33 Rep Council 23 Sr. Girls' Council 3, Chm. 33 Assemblies 2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Proctor 33 Debate Timekeeper 23 Intramurals 1. TICHENOR, JAN Girls' Pep 12,33 Youth for Christ l,2,3, Sec.-Rept. 33 Daisy Chain 23 Proctor 3. 1-sv'-'wr Pin? lb f-v.!A4'!I EXCITED and happy, a Queen of Courts Attendant, Carolyn Houseworth, receives a pretty corsage from escort Marvin Kuehu, TINOCO, THONIAS Spanish Club 33 Boys' Pep 33 Hi-Y 33 Intramurals 1,2,3. TIPPIT, BOB Sr. Leader 33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Boys' Pep 13 Yllrestling 2. TIPTON, JOHN Key Club 1,2,3. TOLBERT, BOB Intramurals 13 Proctor 1. TRIPP, SHARON Girls' Pep 12.33 Y-Teens 13 Daisy Chain 23 Future Nurses 33 Proctor 3. TRUE, VERA Girls' Pep l,2, Honor Pep 33 Squid Club 12,33 French Club 1,23 Youth for Christ 12,33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 Girls' Sr. Glee 33 Debate Timekeeper 2,33 Future Homemakers 33 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies 2,3. TURNER, DICK Key Club 12.3, Treas. 33 Swim Club 12,33 Swimming 1,23 Red Cross 12,33 Boys' Pep 12,33 Rep Council Alt. 13 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 33 "T" Club 2,33 Proctor 1,23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Hon: orable Mention 13 Leadership Training Course 3. TURNER, MARY A.F.S. Club 12,33 Red Cross 12,33 Span- ish Club 2,33 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Girls' Pep 2, Honor Pep 33 Daisy Chain 23 Debate Tiinekeeper 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 2. TURNER, VERNON Track 12,33 Cross Country 2,33 Varsity Boys' Glee 33 Cast "South Pacific" 33 French Club 123 Assemblies 2,3. TYREE, MIKE Boys' Pep 12,33 Football 12,33 Track 12,33 Sr. Leader 33 l11lf3.lI1UI'31S 12,33 "T" Club 33 Concession Stand lfVorker 2. U UMBARGER, GAYLON Baud 123 Orchestra 12,33 Boys' Pep 12,33 Key Club 13 Math Club 33 Cast "Carousel" 13 Cast "Oklahoma" 23 Cast "South Pacific" 3. V VALENTINE, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,23 Y-Teens 13 Youth for Christ 1. VAN ORSDOL, DIARY JO Girls' Pep 123 Daisy Chain 23 Sr. Leader 33 Proctor 3. VALDIVIA, DAN 1 261 ,441-rua, 'Wm' 7 BUTTER Bits for profits. Gay Krionderis and lllendy Fisher unpack Quill and Scroll candy. Seniors' A ctz'vz'tz'es VAZQUEZ, DOROTHY Proctor 2. VICTOR, NORBERT Intramurals l,2,35 Hi-Y 2,35 Track 25 Golf 1. VAN HEMEL, BILL Transfer from Rolla High School: Foot- ball 1,25 Student Council 25 Sr. Play 25 Baseball l,2,35 Chorus l,2,3. W WAGNER, CAROLYN Future Homemakers 15 Girls' Pep 15 Y-Teens 1. WALDY, SHERYL WALKER, MICKEY Intramurals l,2,3. WALLIS, KAY Cast "Carousel" 15 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 35 French Club l,2,35 Girls' Pep l,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Orchestra l,2,35 String Ensemble 1,35 String Trio 35 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 25 Honor "T" 25 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Future Teachers 25 Dist. Music Fest. l,2,35 Assemblies 3. WARD, LINDA Transfer from Dupont High School: Tennis 1, Capt.5 Basketball 15 Honor 262 Roll l5 THS: Usher Club 2,35 French Club 2,35 Girls' Pep 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 2,35 Assemblies 35 Staff All-School Party 35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Proctor 2,35 Math Club 35 Red Cross Club 2,35 A.F.S. Club 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Staff "The Importance of Being Earnest" 3. WVARD, STEVE Football l,2,35 Wrestling l,2,35 Track l,2,35 "T" Club 1,25 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Latin Club 15 Math Club 15 Sr. Boys' Council 35 Intramurals l,2,35 Hi-Y 25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Assemblies l,2,35 Rep Council 3. WARNER, DAN Future Teachers l,2,35 Math Club 35 Choir 2,35 Cast "Carousel" 15 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 35 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 35 Wrestling 15 Youth for Christ l,2. WARNER, GARY Swim Club 2. WARREN, ROBERT Wlrestling l,2,35 Boys' Pep 35 "T" Club l,2,35 Sr. Leader 35 Band l,2,35 Intra- murals 1,2. WARREN, STEVE Intramurals 1,25 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Proctor 3. WEAVER, BOB Transfer from Southeast High School, VVichita, Kansas: Swimming 1,25 Base- ball 1,25 Intramurals l,2,35 Red Cross Club 1,25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Cast Operetta 1,25 Chorus 1,25 Madrigal 15 Dist. Music Fest. 1,25 State Music Fest. 1,25 Rifle Club 15 Class Officer 1. WEBER, SHARON Girls' Pep l,2,35 Future Teachers 1,25 Spanish Club 25 Daisy Chain 25 Proc- tor 1,25 F.B.L.A. 35 Business Ed. Club 3, Prog. Chm. 35 Sr. Leader 35 Intra- murals 15 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Library Club 1,2. WEDDLE, MARY Girls' Pep l,2,35 Rep Council Alt. 1,25 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 35 Daisy Chain 25 French Club 15 Proctor 35 Assemblies 3. VVEIR, CARRY Swimming 1,35 Latin Club 15 Chess Club 15 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 35 Orchestra 2,35 Math Club 35 Assemblies 2,35 Boys' Pep 1. WELDEN, CARLA Girls' Sr. Glee 2,35 Girls' Pep 1,25 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 3. WELLS. MAROT Girls' Pep 15 B-Team Cheerleader 15 Honor Pep 25 A-Team Cheerleader 35 Latin Club 15 Honor "T" 25 Red Cross Club 1, Council 2,3, Attendance Clerk 35 A.F.S. Club 1,25 Council 35 French Club 2,35 Proctor 2,35 Assemblies l,2,35 Staff "Blithe Spirit" 35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Kans. Council on World Af- fairs Tour 25 Daisy Chain 25 Election Board 35 County Gov't Day 35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Queen of Courts 3. WELLS, MAX Football l,2,3, Letterman 35 Wrestling 1,25 Intramurals 2,35 Hi-Y l,2,3, Vice- Pres. 35 Boys' Pep 2,35 Sr. Leader 35 Proctor 1,35 City Gov't Day 3. WESTLUND, ALICE Youth for Christ l,2,35 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 35 Latin Club 35 Chess Club 25 Daisy Chain 2. WHEELER, ALICE Intramurals 15 Girls' Pep 13 Future Nurses 1,25 Daisy Chain 2. WHEELER, EARL Swim Club 15 Band l,2,35 Dance Band 1,25 Track 1,25 Cross-Country 15 Hi-Y 1,25 Intramurals l,2,35 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Assemblies 3. WHEELER, JOHN Band l,2,35 Orchestra 1,25 Cast "Carou- sel" 15 Cast "Oklahoma" 25 Cast "South Pacific" 35 Boys' Pep 25 Brass Choir 3. WVHISLER, LINDA Girls' Pepg Honor Pep 2,35 Y-Teens 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 35 Daisy Chain 25 Li- brary Proctor l,2,35 Sr. Girls' Council Alt. 3. WHITEGON, CATHEY Girls' Pep 1,25 Troy jane Board 15 Daisy Chain 25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Retail Selling Club 35 Usher Club 3. WIERMAN, ROBERTA WVIKSTEN, DAVID Rep Council, Alt. 2,35 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 35 Key Club l,2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Intramurals 15 Boys' Pep 1,35 Hi-Y 1,25 Assemblies 35 Proctor 1,35 Staff All- School Party 2,3. WILDERMAN, SHARON Girls' Pep l,2,3. WILKE, KEN Latin Club 15 Chess Club 1,2,3, Vice- Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Science Club l,2,3, Pres. 35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Debate 1,2,3, Letterman 2,33 Nat'l Forsenic League l,2,3. WILKINSON, SAMMYE Youth for Christ 1,25 Girls' Pep l,2,35 French Club 25 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 2. WILLIAMS, BENNIE Boys' Pep 2,35 Intramurals 2,3. WILLIAMS, BILL WILLIAMS, ROGER Proctor 2,35 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Staff A11- School Party 25 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. WILLIAMS, RONALD Science Club 1,25 Mu Alpha Theta 3. YVILLIAMSON, VERNA French Club 15 F.B.L.A. 25 Girls' Pep l,2,3. WILLSEY, HOWARD Trade School 2,3. WILSON, ANNE Science Club 15 Girls' Pep l,2,35 Red Cross 25 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Staff All- School Party 3. WILSON, DIANA Squid Club 15 Football Cadet 25 Basket- ball Cadet 25 Girls' Pep l,2,35 Daisy Chain 2. WINGATE, GREG Swimming l,2,3, Letterman l,2,35 Boys' Pep l,2,35 Hi-Y 1,25 A.F.S. Council l,2,35 Latin Club 15 Honor "T" 15 Jr. Class Vice-Pres. 25 Sr. Class Pres. 35 Nat'l Stu. Council Training Camp Delegate 25 "T" Club 2,35 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 25 Concession Stand Worker 2,35 Honorable Mention 2. WINKELMAN, RITA Safety Club l,2,35 Red Cross l,2,35 Council 35 French Club 15 Y-Teens l,2,35 Girls' Pep 1, Honor Pep 2,35 A.F.S. 152,35 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Quill and Scroll 35 Honorable Mention l,2,3, Cir. Mgr WORLD Staff 35 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 25 Basketball Cadet 15 Kans. Council on World Affairs Tour 35 Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conf. 33 Debate Time- Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Y-Teens 3. WRIGHT, BOB keeper 23 Ad Solicitor l,2,3. WINSLOW, JACQUIE Girls' Pep 1,23 Spanish Club 23 F.B.L.A. 33 Football Cadet 2. WISLER, GINNY Latin Club 13 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Red Cross 2,33 Future Homemakers 2,33 Fu- ture Teachers l,2,3, Att. Clerk 2,33 Y- Teens 2,33 Ad Solicitor l,2,33 Youth for Christ' 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Rep Council Alt. 23 Assemblies 23 Honor "T" 23 Band Majorette l,2,3, Head Ma- jorette 3. WITTS, BUDDY Track l,2,33 Boys' Pep 1,2,33 Swim Club 23 Hi-Y 1,21 Key Club 33 "T" Club 2,33 Rep Council Alt. 1,23 Sr. Leader 33 Intramurals l,2,33 Vlrestling Mgr. 33 Concession Stand Worker 3. WOLFE, LINDA French Club 13 Future Teachers 1,23 Future Nurses 1,23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Daisy Chain 23 F.B.L.A. 33 Proctor 2,3. WOLGAST, CHERIE Girls' Pep 2,33 Spanish Club 33 Debate Timekeeper 3: County Gov't Day 3. INOMACK, IACQUELINE Girls' Pep 1,33 Intramurals 1,2,33 Basket- ball Cadet 33 French Club 33 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Play Cadet 33 Modern Dance 33 Library Club l,2,33 Proctor 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Assemblies l,2,3. WOODDRUM, DIANN WOODS, SANDRA WOODSON, HOWARD "T" Club l,2,3: Hi-Y 1,23 Track 1,23 Cross Country 1,2. WOODWARD, LINDA Usher Club l,2,33 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Proctor 23 Sr. Girls' Council 33 Girls' Pep 1,2,33 French Club 13 Red Cross 13 Daisy Chain 23 A.F.S. Club 1. wooDY, JOHN Football 2,33 Basketball 13 Golf l,2,33 Intramurals l,2,33 Sr. Leader 33 Boys' 'Pep 1,2,33 "T" Club 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Science Club 13 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 33 Rep Council 3, Alt. 23 Boys' State Alt. 23 Proctor 3. WOOLLARD, ESTHER Girls" Jr. Glee 13 Girls' Sr. Glee 23 Girls' Pep 1,22 Coop 'Retail Selling Club 3. WOOLRIDGE, LARRY Boys' Pep l,2,33 "T" Club 2,33 Football 1,235 Basketball 1,2,33 Baseball 23 Track l,2,3. WOOSTER, DIANNE Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Staff Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 A.F.S. Club 3g Safety Club 33 Future Homemakers 33 Red Cross 3. WORKMAN, AL Boys' Pep l,2,33 Band 13 Intramurals l,2,3. Soph. Class Rep. lj jr. Class Rep. 23 Stu. Council Parliamentarian 33 Hi-Y l,2,3, Chaplain 2,33 Key Club 1,2,3, Treas. 2, Pres. 33 Boys' Pep l,2,3, Pres. 33 "T" Club l,2,3. Y YEAGER, SHARON Girls' Pep 1,2,33 Daisy Chain 23 Intra- murals 13 Proctor 33 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 2. YENKEY, NORMAN Boys' Pep 1,2,3Q Hi-Y 1,23 Sr. Boys' Council Alt. 33 Intramurals 1,33 Proctor 1,3. YEWELL, JANET Girls' Pep l,2,33 Spanish Club 23 Red Cross 1,23 A.F.S. Club 1,23 Future Home- makers 1,23 Rep Council 13 Daisy Chain 23 Staff jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Safety Club 1. YOCUM, KAREN Spanish Club 23 Girls' Pep 1,23 Proctor 23 Coop 3. YOUNG, ALBERT Boys' Pep 2,33 Football 13 Hi-Y 33 Intra- murals l,2,33 Trade School l,2,3. YOUNG, RICHARD Z ZELLER, WILLIAM Boys' Pep 13 Science Club 23 Track 13 Catholic Youth Org. l,2. "LET'S GET things settled." Senior members of Student Council's Rules Committee evalu- ate Honor-T changes. jim Gibson, Marvin Kuehn, John Atkinson, and Dave Thompson. A f .,f"'+-aa , ,,,,, , ,,M,,, 26 TOPEKA'S businessmen, often THS graduates themselves, have many Trojans in their employ. Hclver ising COMMERCE boomed in Kansas as the pioneers cleared their small,or large parcels of land and then built high- ways and railroads to tie their settlements together. Communities soon flourished, and the products grown on the virgin soil joined with imports from the eastern seaboard to fill the shelves of the homey country stores with both necessities and luxuries. Topeka's growing urban population of today demands and buys the best, both useful and beautifulg and some two thousand Tro- jans will soon join their parents with the buying power of a new and well-informed generation. YVEST BOUND wagon trains stocked up on pro visions at Council Grove-'s Last Chance Store fi x Ii r X xx as Q ,rg flir rw .ff i l l P . :lay li if 51. --4 f,g,f"'lf:ls' ffl -ya... -ffl' . ' - I his aj gf. ,el .11,.:?Tif'tLl1s.,F:k5y- . I a,'li,g.:. ..w'r.5iy.v- - jab?-X -12 ,414-fa' ji L- 'c'-21,5 7 - ' '-'17 - .ff'!EfiL'f7' -e' - 'df - - ,fi ,. fs- -' :- gig 7 Y "" ' H, OJJON Memories Are Made fyfThis. . .. . . KANSAS is an old gal this year-but she's getting her second wind. Anyhow, they always say the first hundred years are the hardest. Maybe they have been- but when you read the history books it sounds like fun. There were flapjacks and home-made sausage, aprons and bib overalls, horses to ride, and school only a few months a year. But looking at it another way-guess most of us are glad to be alive in 1961 not 1861-enjoying radio and TV, milk shakes, sports cars, central heating, wash 'n wear-enough-a lot-maybe too much of too much. Who knows? But not one of us breathes who isnit proud of a Kansas heritage- the strong, lean men-the strong, kind women-the strong, virile spirit of a State that bled and LIVED. Happy Birthday, and may you ever wave your blue flag on high and may we ever thrill to the wind through the ripening wheat and glory in the sunsets over your plains. We salute you! TODAY More People by Far Are Cooking with Gas THE GAS SERVICE CGMPANY 200 Wesf 6'rl1 S+. Phone CE 4-0435 Ye ol' SUNFLOWER staff is about to sink into the pages of Trojan history. We've aged, we're tired, and we're out of ideas-so here's your book. We hope you read it, enjoy it, keep it-now and year after year after year .... if The long-awaited 1961 has fi- f-12'-, nally arrived. For 696 of us it JS: means graduation, a day we have . ,,,,... y iz," 1 ,IWW 'W dreamed about for twelve years. All our days have been filled with memories we shall hold dear all our lives. But this, our last in the Topeka schools has gone the fastest, been the best, meant the most. -K-K The peoples of the world will remember this year as the time when Premier Krushchev pounded with his shoe on the desk at the U.N ..... when Fidel Castro fried chickens in his New York hotel room .... when the Russians released our Topeka fliers shot down over the Bering Sea .... times of tension. MODERN SHOE SERVICE Y X, Specializing in Did you all get to meet Troy? She's coal black, has piercing eyes, and the keenest ears around the place. 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Carol Sjreele is ready- for her l6O word-a-rninufe fry. She is using an UNDER- WOOD FORUM eieciric 'rypewriier supplied by CRANE AND COMPANY, INC. office ouififiers, Crane 81 Co., Inc. IIO E. Eigh+h Topeka, Kansas BCBO DRIVE INS ij: 1 Hunfoon 81 Lincoln it 2 10'l'h 81 MocVicor Foods Personally Prepared "AppIe Pie" Our Own 'kit SC HOPPER f CITY . . . looking ahead +o a grealr fuiure of growfh wifh Topeka! Topeka's Membership DeparI'men+ S'I'ore 34OI Sou+h Topeka Boulevard 2 75 Wafches Diamonds "Your Store of QuaIify"f ARMSTRONG JEWELRY 429 Kansas cs 2-7674 BYIRS 0PlIlIAl SERVICE 505 MILLS BLDG. PHONE ce 4-3217 Sun Glasses - Binoculars ..-, 'G -:si-:Si-if ci-z,?rV--it Q . '- 51547, 977 IU' f 'lr 0- L 7' if ii 1'1" in V? S 1' If ' l , in I i ULLQR CLEHNEHS BHCHELUR LHUNDRY Une pay, :on west suxrn raven- KANSAS Continued from Page 266 September brought the first night performance of YOUR SHOW. Mike Wilson, '60 did a superb job as M.C. and we'll never forget Mr. K. as Alfred Hitchcockg Mr. E. in "Better Living Through Chemistryug Mr. E. and Mr. W. as contest- ants to the Olympicsg and all the rest. It was a time for fund raising for the Bellamy program and a night of laughter for the 2000 who attended the show. +I-K The heat of both autumn and Troy's fall elections went hand in hand as the student body vigorously participated in the democratic way. This was a year of double duty for both election commissioner and clerk, for hardly had the fall recounts been validated than it was time to plan the first spring carn- paign. Jim and Nancy, a fine job! Congratulations! ill' After high tempered Presiden- tial elections, the Republicans, a la golf clubs, and the Demo- crats, a la baby carriages moved out of and into the White House. 41 41 Homecoming saw returning grads and much high spirit. Wasn't Queen Kathy a pretty tribute to Troy? The crisp, cool evening and the sparkling half- time go down in the books as a deep-dish-dilly. 'kk The Bellamy Award has kept us all on our toes this year. What with Mr. Weaver's acceptance of nearly 300 letters of congratu- lations, Miss Miller's efficiency in getting the celebration plans in orbit, and Mrs. Greer's bub- bling enthusiasm, we've had fine faculty backing to get us keyed up for next October. Too bad we seniors can't all be here- but we can always take a bow and say "WE done it!', Continued on Page 284 276 Cecil Jones Mobil Service 3100 Hunfoon CE 3-1670 We facie Regular Ties Sl Knii' Ties 2 for Sl Clip on Bows 2 for Sl Acliusiable Bow Ties Sl I I5 W. 7ih ln Jayhawk I-loiel SHOW WITH STEVE for all thinas PHOTOGRAPHIC STEVE SMITH CAMERAS, INC. 623 Kansas a service organization Plaza Hardware Hordwore-Housewares-Point Open Sunday P.M. 12:30-5:30 1236 Lone 'Phone CE 2-2360 .f If If dw! ll Ill: ll , X "'-'H+ all Fl' FHL iff: :Hr :, ::-as :: :fa HI ' I--'II-lu:-an H II Ili' :I lmll-fiyli. J T Wlhvlllll a?L.l!'J5.i:l ....... my Savings A Loan Association For Summer i'Fun in the Surf' Sherrie Buchanan and Vicki Whitaker are wearing casual sportswear from The Grayee Shops 720 Kansas 605 Kansas 277 ,,,w"' ' . , ,A 52252123 riff., :z:2-sas::z:z:-:sa....--. 49 w-f ' .i:s:s:s:a:s:1:'-2::-.-, .1 '12 ff- - , In . .V Sf, 1 W ' .-.+:.-:-:-',-.g.g.-3q,,:3.,:5.,3:-:-'-''-: gf:-Z:-I -.- 5 -12.1" , 5:-:5.,.-:-1-: ':-:i""-':-: f ' 4 5515:-:-. ff525:-E25:2E5If125Ef:f:'A" A.,:5?ES:i2fj:E:52E17'EiS1- 5:-I" 7' ' "ES" "?f1?5?ii'ff1:c::-'TEEIE .5 ,Fi In ' 525527 ff .r A' ' f-'f '1w- 7:1 ,- 5' . .-,5g.dK,.- , ,,.f HT' : .-:-:-:+: -:-:!:2-' , . - " .f .-:-:iS-I ' E.. 25:35- 6:2:1g2g:g2:3::g:Y:I' , :I-' ' ,.g:g:g:5:5:: :2:-:-' -:L ",g:5,,,.-::. 45:- +9 ":5P-ft-,52-Zh ..45:"2-'-:-I?" 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FL 4-8746 TOPEKA'S LARGEST JEWELERS ' Diamonds ' Silver ' Walcbes ' Cr'ySlGl 1407 W. 15th Topeka, Kansas 82I Kansas CE 3-6489 i k INC. Men and Boys' Wear Westboro Mart Holliday Square REAL ESTATE INSURANCE A THE Dale Bzzrfmmm Agency HOURS 8 TQ 6 CR 2-5768 DALE BUCHANAN, REALTOR Seabrook Club Barber Shop 2033 SEABROOK AVENUE 4010 west 21st street C'OSed Mondav Topeka, Kansas Cleve Marlin Rae Thompson DALE BUCHANAN, REALTOR Bill Williamson Duane Logan OFFICE PHONES: CR 2-7232 CR 2-6255 RES. PHONE CR 2-0584 0 jlia year Lad Lean greaf, durefy few woufaf Jerzy! We ffff, juniors, fo :Le very fan guy, geef ralAer MJ, fo le aaging Hgowl Eye, H .70 Seniors angldode wAo wzff mow fo west Jfzgl. l 'lflfeiff mm you--we Lnow some memories wonif Jae. I gov 0 Jang! Aalalag fanalingd wiereuer you fuel' ana! Juccedd in fLe new flingd you fry, Gary Adkins Bruce Ascough Larry Basi- Dave Berkebile Penn Blair Raymond Briggs Kerry Brown John Cairl Gary Carlson Clarence Carpenfer Claude Carpenler Sieve Heinz Duane Johnson Larry Kelly Sl'eve Larson Bob Lee John Lord Dan McJunkin Mike McPherson Jack Meisinger Terry Modlin George Monlgomery Mark Nelson Jim Nordslrom Richard Ogle Byron Price Bill Reed Tom Rose Dave Runyon Ralph Sandmeyer Doug Schoenfeldf Carl Chandler Bob Davis Allen Eberharf Dick Edelblule Dave Evans Ben Franklin Larry Frosl Mike Genfry Ray Germonorez Tom Grimes D. J. Hallowell Frank Sewell Therson Sims Mike S+imper+ Jerry Taylor Dick Thornburg Buddy Thurslon Slarks Vincenl Sl'an Wellborn Rudy Wrenick Garry Young McELROY Refrigeration 81 Heating Inc 2611 ww mn ' , ' cs 5-8757 "The Block-Long Store With Seven Floors" The Emahizer-Spielman Fumilrure Co. 5I7-SI9 Kansas Ave., Topeka Phone CE 4-0576 Terms To Sui+-Always "The Besl' For The Leasl Since Covered Wagon Days" Heaclquarlers For Lane Cedar Chesls Smarl' Apparel for Dress and Sporfswear af Harry Endlicll "Where you can see Tomorrows Styles Today" HOFFMAN DRUG 607 Kansas Aye. CE 2-4742 Topeka, Kansas QUALITY-A WOLF TRADITION FOR .km-Y OVER THREE GENERATIONS ' ' Jewelry fo Please the Mosf Discriminafing E Z' 'q u Specialisls In Hair Fashions J E W E L E R S 725 KANSAS AVE Gage TOPEKA AUTO FABRIC 225 Easf FiF+h CEnlral 2-8680 283 The same services we have rendered in the pasi will be coniinued and we hope you will continue to Jrhinlc oi us. "Food or Refreshments for All Occasions" HELEN'S CATERING SERVICE Catering at the Shop Hours Party House II AM 'lo 6 PM 4l7 West 37'lh S+. 605 Topelta by appoinfmeml Tuesday-Saturday Tuesda -Suncla y y Closed Sunday 8: Monday Closed Monday Both Phones CE 4-9783 Complirnenls oi Love, Taggari' 81 Robb. Inc. Reallors 605-7 Jackson FL 4-9525 iii1,i - Karen Brownell and Linda Mclfniire Stand out in a crowd of chicks, wearing their swim suiis from I isrf DRESS sHoP .w s .I N K Q.-, ' . My 4-mn . . . IQ47 GAGE soutsvano TOPEKA, KANSAS Jr- f :Tix , .taxa .- , Qfihzw. 2 I K 5, 1 , tg" , ,. scsls y K?-fff-H Continued from Page 276 Troy polished up its trophies for the 26th year and enter- tained some 90 debate teams from throughout the state. Al- ways a big tournament, the 1961 version was no exception. Coach Hill and his crew had a big season with worthy competi- tion and enthusiasm. ill' Candid sets, thrilling music, and fine sentiment brought the sunny, sensational South Seas to the Trojan stage, Nellie, Ameil, Bloody Mary, and all the rest were well cast and their perform- ances were loved by two stand- ing-room-only audiences. South Pacific was the perfect choice for the 1961 operetta. if Margot made a pretty picture as she accepted the homage of her subjects, a real Queen of Courts on a night when Troy was pub- licly acknowledged as "the best among the best." ill' Oompah! Oompah! What a band-what a concert-what a Centennial Suite! Composer Duniordis welcome was one he will remember a long time, we'll wager. And Maestro jacoby's return brought out the best-in concert work as he re-empha- sized his 196O remarks that Mr. N's band men ARE superior. IPX' Breaking a three-play-a-year tra- dition, the drama department put on two shows that topped them all -creepy blithe spirits and the earnestness of the Vic- torian generation. 41-K Becoming a part of Troy and sharing our year was sparkling Elsa from Italy and charming Rosemary from Australia-two wonderful Ambassadors of Good M7 ill. Their counterparts, Nancy, Carla, and Jane, made other corners of the world our friends. Continued on Page 292 284 l32l Wesl' Tenlh Slreel' Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home 800 Wesl' Slxlh Slreel Matt Brennan Funeral Home 4l5 Wesl' Ssxlh Slreel McMichael Memorial Home Games and Son Funeral Home 4 I I 82 Buclwanan MEET YOU R FRIENDS MURRAY'S MARKET aI' +I1e I,7II1 84 Clay "We Fmtzzre U.5'. Aged Prime Beef" GRAND JAYHAWK G I.. Hogle Since 1933 CAPITAL CITY PLUMBING 6: HEATING CO. and FOX MIDWEST THEATRES QUINTON HEIGHTS SEWER SERVICE CO. "THE PLACE TO GO" Topeka, Kansas CE 2-9376 2131 Buchanan Roach Handwane, Jnc. 2Is'r 8: Lane McPARLAND'S RESTAURANT FINE FOODS l5OI W. 2ls+ S+. "QUIK CHlK" CARRY OUT 2008 Gage CE 2-1400 DENNIS PAYNE INSURANCE, INC. I50I W. 2IsI' Room IIO Phone CE 3-378 Aulro - Eire - Bonds IU KANSAS AK C 6,5 orwmw ga IN IAS? SIXTH TWO TOPEKA STORES Exclusive Dealers of Men's and Boys' Wear AN INVITATION: Make PHARMACY your career. Visit this outstanding pharmacy and discuss KING PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 2200 WEST l0th FL 7-033I your future. M. M. KING -1 Be Smart- Iike Bev Bailey and Kathy DeWeese Get the Best Get SEALTEST! NEED Chairs? ZERCHER BOOK AND Tagleil? 7 STATIONERY CO. is es. Silver? T. L. Pattison Owner Pungh BOWIS77 725 Kansas Avenue S Snack Sefs' Topeka, Kansas ee TOPEKA CHAIR RENTAL isii we-S+ 6th FL 4-73I4 School Books and Supplies 7 GO RAMBLER on we BeauIy Salon s :1:21:, . . . ,, - ,Ii R All-New I-Ia fy-IGI VQSIGI American Conver+ibIe ,303 HUMOOH CE 5-5922 I Pedicuring BarneI+ RamIoIer, Inc. A M The ' Cenfennial IO I 5 Quincy Topeka 'Ss' gl 4,41 Q .wo QI """" 'I 1'- 60 0 L B QQQ, y I' Dome?-5 I Official QWL DRUG STQRES TROJAN CLASS RING HEADQUARTERS HOME OWNED X XX I ls f Don Shavey Forres'r RaIsIon 5 H I W X No I- 334 Kansas mz5:?ss,s:iIgZd I "HOME OWNED QUALITY JEWELERSU 28 8 You will always find the newest fashions flrst at Pelletier's. Shown Wearing the latest in spring fashions are Carol Heurnann, Jan Floyd, and Mary Weddle. cuedrlcr' Q 289 fl: ,. 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' ' ,i 1 'gf ,4,f7,,4,5,i,,f,,-i,f,gg,,, if W, - V k,-, 5 fV-, yy,f,,, mi f f ,, ' .clk ,g ffxww-f ,Q 1, Z,"i"1--?1f 9f 'I ,", 'A V V mi isa ,v.,. 3 5 s ifzizfi '91, ' " f',2-fiiTf.-- -, ,S I 'I if-"f:'1f. i--, inifli 'Sh f , ' ., .X fl, f. ,x,,xp, A. .V ,M .jg iw , fnfywfff i 'W 2 f 5 7 if , ' 'i 1' gi- i s-32 'V 9 :3 X 15' S i ',f, 3 f f-', 2 :i f ,z f' f "Tiff ,. ,wc I IQ, 47, PERSONALITY QUALITY LIGHTING john Atkinson Chewy Blair Cathy Whitegon fKent Lylel fWichersJ Cflhristopherl CLEARNESS Eddie Logan CHodgeD THESE QUALITIES ARE BASIC TO FINE PHOTOGRAPHY Topekans arejirtunate in having SIMPLICITY POSING EXPRESSION jean Clark Linda Light Tim Stone CH. V. Lylej fBartonD CHathawayJ Kent Lyle 1206 W. Tenth CE 3-3777 Wichers Portrait Studio ...... Corliss Hathaway ........... Barton Photography ......... Harold V. Lyle ........ ..... Christopher Studio Hodge Studio .... . .... . 821 Kansas. . . 727 Kansas. . . 1916 Gage .... 1419 W. Sixth 822 Kansas. . . 714 Kansas. . . the best prwssional service possible! CE 4-0939 CE 2-0424 CE 2-0525 CE 4-7121 FL 4-8664 FL 4-7153 . w ' VARIHTY .CT RHS Four convenient Topeka Iocafions: Highland Crest 409 E. 29111 North Topeka 923 N. Kansas Ave. Seabrook 3913 W. 2151 Holliday Square Free parking af all four convenienf locations 29th 8: TOPSICCI Ave. STATIONERY CO. vu-1 KANSAS Avenue TOPEKA,KANSAS Phone CE 5-2337 or CE 2-7741 GREETING CARDS BOOKS STATIONERY FOUNTAIN PENS GIFTS Complimenta GIS numpl m a r... I Ie :f:1-' nigga!! ' .. BANKING AT ns QI I UI! -M 'I an ml' MODERN BEST H BDI KANSAS AVE TQPSIHA KANSAS Milllfll FEDERAL BiFOS!T SKXVRAHEE EQKFQRATFDH MGMBIER FEDERAL RSSIERYE SYSTEM '2 1 ' as gr21:rf2fEI5flI:5,r: f:1:r:r:,,... ,,:.,.:.:r:r:.:.r.:.:. ZII.,.I.I.I,,.Z.r.Z.L,,ZIZ,1Z1:,:1ffE:5,IE2E5fgEfggQgg 5 Continued from Page 284 What a year for sports! T herfi was a good, solid fall season with gridmen and harriers doing wellg a thrillingly hot finish t0 the basketball scheduleg and HS usual, the-mermen came splash- ing through. Spring looks fine with golf, track, tennis. Great!! if FI' The day was especially spirited when THS grad Jim Crews auc- tioned off senior seats, free lunches, and cookie treats on the annual AFS Tag Day. The cof- fers were filled to the 331500 mark and if all goes well there will be new friendships made next year when more exchange students make this their home base. Boys' Pep added their memorable hit with a show to stop all fashion shows. -1141 The AFS bank account for '61- '62 got its initial push when the faculty Black-and-Blues chal- lenged the Senior Satellites for a basketball classic-no holds barred and near-sighted referees preferred. It surely was a spir- ited clash and the poor Satel- lites had a hard time keeping their All-American rating. iii Now that spring has rolled around, some of us have some scholarship honors racked up- more of us wish we had worked harder. Guess that hindsight isn't as good as foresight but it was a lot easier to produce. Any- how, ye ol' Class of '61 has an impressive page of honors on the graduation program. -KJ! Topeka West's inauguration next September fills us with mixed emotions. Mostly we're glad to be the last class to have only one loyalty. Didnlt the underclassmen Chargers do a fine job campaigning? It was no easy task, but what an oppor- tunity they'l1 have to start from scratch. We'll be watching you! Continued on Page 300 John Horizell Grocery Hq-Klaaa '3::::a1 " ' SEP 1 ' U Af Al open Daily 0 A.M. to 0 P.M.. XX! so Open Sunday 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. X Mr. and Mrs. John Hclrizell-Owners I-. A. CO., Inc 2518W 17th naasse 1028-30 KANSAS AVE' ' TOPEKA, KANSAS WREN RADIO 1250 Brings you the BIG SOUND of ' N The Bright New Sound In Town S CHUCK PATRICK 12:30 to 3:00 P.1v1. 6. 7:00 to 9:00 P.1v1. ? Z4 nouns A DAY and 1 Topeka's Favorite Sound S 1 GENE CHAMIBERLAIN ' v: 0:00 1111 6:00 P.1v1. Y A COLLINS DRIVEJN KINNEY'S SHOE STORE Educators for Jrhe Erfrire Family 712 West 6th FL 4:-9639 609 Kansas Avenue TROJAN SPIRIT captures Jim Gibson and foreign exchange student Elsa Sangalli as they attend the performance of "South Pacific." Mr. Nelson checks stubs. 294 TELL YOUR DOCTOR: want my prescription filled at JAOUITH'S" Uaauithk PHARMACY 17th 81 Clay Street H t GOODYEAR SERVICE RETAIL DIVISION OF THE GOODYEAR TIRE 81 RUBBER COMPANY as g cR242so Life - Accident - Sickness - Hospitalization PLAN WITH SECURITY Security Mutual Lite Ins. Co. of Lincoln, Neb. Off. Ph. A. YV. Hafenstein CE 3-4640 Marlin Lumber AN ALSONETI HOTEL 519 JACKSON A5 PH ca 4 0571 N ouzxurv C4'L'f33" I 'roPeKA Topeka,Kansas Olympia THE PRECISION PORTABLE . . . if REMINGTON -k SMITH-CORONA For Personal Use . . . -i Foioiciiliflk' .' .' . Portables WESTERN TYPEWRITER CO. CE 39608 29 i SIMILAR f aw ' Moms co. , E M , d J M HILL 6. DALE RESTAURANT a p ux ow an ames cKe+hen are ready 'ro '+ Jr ' in 'r FRIENDLY SERVICE - S: iii-jani LuEiXiDlgnl5IgZ6DnN'Saare noiecl for. man wesi sto In University Village Henderson Drug Store The Temce Room PRIVATE PARTIES 407 W' 15th FL 4-874 BUFFET SUPPER SERVED ON SUNDAY EVENINGS . 4014! fn Qwdalm, 40,41 In Same! Z 0 Se min g Z T H Topekans L ix F For Every , Ng-XTIONAL Z B N K a ufnctzon -. ........ OF Szxtb SW09 and Z 1 868 .1 Z Z X W .-....-VN., K ""? MW. W' Visir Ihe FORD 'Family of fine cars NOLLER MOTORS, INC. Ol Van Buren 7 Mike McPherson, Sandy Davis, Buddy Thurston and Ann Papin drive around the capitol in the new 1961 GALAXIE SUNLINER. CE 5-92 I l U-RENT-ALL of Topeka We renl all rypes of equipmeni Wallpaper sgeamers gargdegsd Rollawa b s B 6 S SHOPPING CENTER Mechanics 'fools POWSI' IOOIS Rorary Tillers TFBIISFS Garden 8: Yard 'fools 925 W I7I'I1 FL 4-7296 Piclc up and delivery a+ exlra cosr Courtesy of TopeIca's only CompIeI'e Shopping Cenfer Also for your convenience you will find loca- I'eol in Holliday Square, a pos+ office, bank, and a convenieni' place 'ro pay your ufilify bills. ' 0 ' JV 6' 9 PRCFESSICNAL Mills Building John W. Cavanaugh, M.D. Jack Garhan, D.D.S. W. C. Hansen, D.D.S. Wilson K. Hobart M.D. Bruce W. Miller, D.D.S. L. C. Osborn, D.D.S. G. A. Wempe, D.D.S. Louis M. Fleisch, D.D.S. Lawson 8: Kennedy, M.D. Powers, Presfon 8: Bridwell, M.D. 4 1 . ,f , 4 4 2925 ,fi,y,f. 7 h '1 ,QZ'?K 1 lffflxwl 'f if . ' J :S QM, .72 Us sz H-ef? H152 y3!??zyf, ' 3 f V' TN- f MNC 11 5 .fl was -Q 53,4 Y Q Z. 5 ww M 3 'if L 3' e 43 .. 3 5? 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Roberfs, M.D. I9II Gage Ray Woodworrlfl, D.D.S. 2l0I Wesl' I0+l1 9 THE TROJAN BAND HAMMOND ORGANS STEINWAY CONN BAND AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS J E N N S PIANOS 915 Kansas Music CO. FL 4-8508 I J Class Day was pretty "devilish,', wasn't it? It had color and plenty of heat waves. Guess all the Class of '61 shed tears of real emotion and Kleenex came in pretty handy. But didn't we all look great? ill' "Pomp and Circumstancei' What a beat to keep running through our memories for ever and ever. We'1l never quite for- give the "powers" for taking away our own private vespersg nothing, BUT NOTHING can top graduation. ill' It would take hundreds of words for this tired ol' editor to say how much this year's SUN- FLOWER has meant in work, pleasure, and experience. We do say thanks to 'our fellow workers-a fine staff, an under- standing adviser, and the co- operation of all. Nice going, friends. 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Top Row: Joyce Bonto, Doug Wolseiffer, Randy Mettner, Steve Weiner, and Victor ..,.234 ....174 ......234 .....234 Adams, Johii ....... 34,43,234 Adams, Veronica ......... 205 Addy, Kathleen .......... 233 Adell, Alice ........ 55,537,174 Adkins, Gary .......225 Administration . . . ..... .8-9 A.F.S. ............ .... 8 2,83 Ahrens, Martha .......... 205 Ahrens, Martin ........ 34,236 Akerstrom, Michael . . .123,205 Alberg. Mr. Wiley E. ..l4,l58 Alexander, Buddy ........ 205 Alexander, David ...... 34,55, 57,234 Alexander, Roger ........ 205 Aley, Phyllis ....... l2,13,l34, 135,138,230 Allen, Barbara ........... 232 Allen, Carolyn ........... 230 Allen, Victor .... 228,232 304 Index Allendorf, Dan ..... .232 All-School Party .... .102-107 237 Altman, Bruce . .......... Amar, John ......... ..... 1 11 American Home Life Insurance .............. 273 Amon, Ava .............. 234 Ananis, Pamela ,....... 66,205 Anderson Betty .... .... 2 33 Anderson, Carol .......... 174 Anderson Carolyn ....... 205 Anderson Clayton ,..... 14,63 Anderson George ........ 205 Anderson, Joseph ,...... 75,80, 105,ll2,13l,142,l73,l74 Anderson, Kathleen .... 94,205 Anderson Nels .......... 205 Anderson Anderson Pamela ........ 205 205 Paul ........... Anderson, Rita ....... 129,174 Anderson, Sharon ........ 174 Anderson Ted ........ 57,205 Anderson, William ....... 233 Andrallanno, Helen ...... 234 Andrews, Darlene ........ 205 Angold, Linda ....57,233 Anguish, Mary .... ..... 2 05 Anstaett, Sharon .... .... 2 05 Appenfeller, Dale ........ 174 Arbogast, Sharon ........ 174 Arganbright, Billy ..94,l03,174 Armanclaris, Mrs. LaV0n . . .10 Armstrong, Diana ........ 234 Armstrong jewelry ....... 276 Armstrong, Robert ..... 94.174 Arnold, Barbara ......... 232 Arredondo, Margaret ..93,225 Art, Craft .............. 48-49 Ascough, Bruce .......... 205 Ash, Judee .... 55,58,94,97,205 Ash, Mrs. Lillian ..... 23,68,69 Ashley Byron j., M.D. .... 299 Assemblies ............. 86-87 Aten, Duane ............. 174 Athletics ........ .... 1 52-153 Atkins, Danny ........... 203 Atkinson, John .... 75,80,106, 131,139,l40,l42,l43,144,l53,154, l55,l74,l75,247,249,263,290 Ault, John .............. 233 Austin, Mrs. Patricia .... 14,20 Avers, Lyle ......... .... 2 05 Norman. Avis, Sherry ....... 79,129,174 Axelton, Lois ....... 52,53,205 B Babicki, Marsha ...... 122,205 Bachman, William ....... 235 Badenoch, Helen ..... 174,288 Baggerly, Constance .... 57,232 Bailey, Beverly ...... 51,79,97, l00,l0l,l04,l13,ll4,ll6.127, 128,l34,135,l74,l79,203,287 Bailey, Loyce ..l42,l55,l58,205 Baird, Judith ............ 237 Baker, Dan .... 77,l3l,l42,236 Baker, Helen ............ 174 Baker, Kathleen ....... 57,233 Balandran, Arthur ...,... 205 Balandran, Olivia Baldwin, Claudia Baldwin, William Balusek, Marion Band ........... Banfield, Rita .. Bardsley, Dan . . . Bardsley, Roger ........203 55,174 ........234 .56-57 . ..... 206 . ..... 174 . . ..... 206 Barger, Melissa ..... 53,94,206 206 Bargman, Joydene Barnett Rambler, Inc .... 288 Barney, Janet ........... 206 Barngrover, Donna ....... 174 Barr, Kay ............,.. 231 Barr, Linda ............. 206 Barr, Paul ....,,.. 101,155,174 Barrett, Carol ........ 125,174 Barrett, Carolyn ....... 77,97, 101,116,206 Barrows, Barbara ..... 127,206 Barry, Ann ....,. 30,94,l11,206 Bartel. Mr. Marvin ........ 14 Bartell, Helena .......... 228 Bartholomew, Melvin .... 206 Bartlett, Myron ....... 65,174 Bartley, Carl ...52,100,142,174 Bartlow, Mrs. Paula M. ...14, 20,37,157,204 Barton, Gail ............. 174 Barton, Jon ...131,142,l67,l74 Barton Photography ..... 291 Basel, Judy .......... 225,233 Basile, James ....... 55,77,l31, 167,206 Basketball ..... .... 1 54-159 Bass, Douglas .... ...... 2 37 Bass, Judy ....... .... 2 03 Bass, Kenneth . . . . . . .234 Bass, Richard .... .... 1 74 Bast, Larry .... .... 2 06 Bates, Ann ....... .... 5 3,237 Bath, Frank ...... Baughman, Marcia Bauman, Joan .... Baumgart, George ......237 ......206 .....174 Baxter, Diana .... ...... 2 06 Baxter, Michael .. ...... 237 Baxter, Tawney . . . 94 206 Bayless, Mr. Marvin Beach, Nancy ..... Beach, Richard '.'.'1l1,9Q,93 . . . . . .233 ......174 Beal, Jeanene .... ...... 2 03 Beamer, Beth . . . .... 204,206 Bean, Ivan ..... .206 Bean, Larry Bean, Marcella . . . . . . . Bean, Mary ...... ..., Beard, Martha .... Berry, Kenneth .. .... 175 Berry, Phillip ...... .... 2 06 Berryman, Ronald ....... 175 Beskow, Alan ............ 234 Bicknell, James ....... 49,233 Biege, Charles .,. ....228 Bigham, John ............ 229 Bigham, Sandy ........... 203 Billington, Barry ..l31,143,l75 Bilyeu, Dorothy ......... 206 Bingenheimer, Delores .... 206 Bixel, Shirley ........... 206 Blackimi. Mrs. Louise ..... 10 Blackwell, Sharon ..... 93,175 Blaine, Janice ........... 229 Blair, Cherry ...,.. 78,94,l76, 193,290 Blair, Penn .........., 26,206 Blakely Q17 Co. Ins. ....... 274 Blakely, Thomas ...... 57,228 Blanchard, Richard ...... 237 Blanchard, Ronald ..... 52,176 Blanden, Linda .......... 227 Blanden, Sharon . . .97,122,176 Blankenship, Cheryl ...... 206 Blankenship, Rubert ...52,77, 84,150,176 Bledsoe, Steven .......... 234 Blegstad, Jerome ......... 206 Blevins, john ........... 15,63 Blevins, Sharon ..... 39,53,176 Bliss, Mr. Donald C. ..15,42, 62,158,169 Bliss, Ronald ............ 176 "Blithe Spirit" ... ....96-97 Blocher, Archie .... .... 2 06 Blocker, Larry ..... .176 Block, Roberta ....... 206,215 Blum. Frances ......... 36,230 Blunk, Linda ............ 176 Blydenburgh, Sal ....... . Boast, Sharon ...... Boaz, Gerald . . . Boaz, Joy ........ .... Bobo's Drive-In .......... Bocock, Carolyn ......... Bodenhausen, Judith .... 129, 176,195 Bodenhausen, Otto ..... 12,13 Bodle, Michael .......... 206 203 232 . . . .176 230 275 176 Boydston, Lina .... .... 2 03 Boyett, Judith ........... 230 Boylan, lllrs. Dorthy .... 23,46 Boylan, Glee ......... 129,231 Boylan, James ...... 51,78,79, Burke, Bob .............. 177 Burke, Theresa ....... 134,231 Burnau, Patrick Burnett, Glenn E. Burnett, Margaret .90,91,207 100,176 Boynton, Jane ......... 67,176 Boynton, Katherine ...... 235 Bracken, Earl ......... 57,176 Bradford, Arlene ......... 63 Bradford, William ...,... 47, 131,176 Brandenburg, Kathy .,.... 176 Branham, Judith ......,53,79. 137,176 Brannin, Kathy ,......... 229 Braswell, James .... ..... 2 07 Bravence, Beverly ....... 237 ........l76 ....6l,67,227 Bravence, Gerald Marvin Bredow, Breeden, Joyce ......,.... 228 Breeden, J y Brennan, Colleen Sharon o ............. 207 ......94,207 .....236 Brennan, Bresavs, Daiga ...,.. .207 Brewer, Bill ........232 .13 . . . . . . . .177 Burns, James ...... ..,.. 2 07 Burnside, Betty . . , .... .207 Burrell, Sandra .... ...... 5 5 Burroughs, Lillian ....... 207 Burrow, Susan ...... 59,79,89, 115,117 Butler, Charles .......... 236 Butler, James .,.. ..... 2 30 Butler, Margaret .... .117 Butler, Mike ...,,. ..... 2 07 Butler, Norman . . . .... .207 Butler, Patricia .......... 117 Butter-Crust Bread ...... 303 Byers Optical Service .... 276 Byrdsong, Maggie ........ 227 C Cabrera, William ........ 177 Cadets ................. 92-93 Cagle, Louis L. ..l5,63,64,l25 Brewer, James .. Brice, Arnett .... ... . .143,l76 ..,....207 Brice, Arthur ........... 230 Briery, David . . . , ..... 97,230 Briggs, Raymond ..52,207 Briggs, Robert ...... l0,77,237 Briman's jewelers Brinnon, Patricia Broadhead, Louis Brooks, Russell .... Brosemer, Kirthen Brown, ........273 ........228 .,......207 .....l76 ........57 Belinda . .... 40,51,75, 129,204,207 Brown, Bob ........... 20,229 Brown, Darstella ......... 207 Brown, Donna ........... 231 Brown, Harold ........ 57,176 Brown, Kerry ............ 207 Brown, Michael ...,.. 176,199 Brown, Robert ..... 52,57,236 Brown, Sandra ........ 45,233 Brown, Steven ........... 227 Brownell, Cheryl ..... l0,129, l34,234,235,301 Beatty, Timothy .. Bechtold, Stanley . Beck, Paul ........ Becker, David .... Beckert, Jane ..... Beeler, Bernice . .... .. 206 206 206 . .,.. 174 230 237 206 . . . . 174 ....236 .72,227 Beelman, Floyd C., M.D. . .299 Beeson, Michael ..... 34,77,235 Beldon, David . . .10,57,66,206 Beller, David ...... 83,175,195 Benaka, Robert 168,169,234 Benge, George ........... 206 Bennett, Barbara .... 51,52,175 Bennett. Betty ..... 52,79,173, 175,193 Benson, Donald .......... 233 Benson, Joe . .... . ....206 Benson, William ......... 175 Berberich, Francis Berey, Lewis .......... Ber es oan . .203 ....47 89,175 g , J .... Berggren, Calvin , ..... 34,230 Berggren, Marcia Berkebile, David ........175 ........206 Berkebile, Mary ....... 79,175 Berlin, Stephen ..... .234 Berry. Johnnie .... 1:45, ....225 Boettcher, Marie . . . . . . . . Bogart, James .... Boggs, Judy Bogue, Carol ............ 206 206 . . . .206 206 231 Bohannon, Gary ......... Bolan, Susan . . .93,102,126,206 Bolesj Frances ............ 206 Boleyl, Marilyn ........... 229 Bolinger, DeAnne .... Bolnick, Michael .93,233 .........176 Bond, Bruce ............. 235 Bonto, Joyce ......... Boon, Mrs. Byron 57,302 ..23,2l5 229 Boost, Richard ........... Bordeux, Suzanne Boring, Charlotte ......,.207 ........234 227 Borrell, Sandra .... .... Bortz, John .,.. . . Bouton, Larry ....... Bower, Theodore ......207 .227,228 176195 Bowman, Carla ..82,94,1l9,l76 Boyd, Donald .......... .227 Boyd D-X Seruice ........ 269 Boyd, Leonard .... 75,126,13l, 163,235 Boy's Pep ..... ........ 1 39 Boy's Phy. Ed. . . .... 42,43 Brownell, Karen ...... 176,284 Browning, James .... .176 Bruce, James ............ Brumbaugh, Edd Brumm, Carlene ... ..... Brune, Karen .... ..... .27 . . . . . . . .207 234 176 Bryan, Margie .... .234 Bryant, John ...... ..... Bryant, McDuff1e Bryant, Robert .......... Buchanan, Dale ....... 11,116 Buchanan, Sharon .... l0,l16, 233,277 Button, James ........... 207 Bufford, Emmett ......... 237 Buford, Charles .... ..... 2 33 Bugg, Larry ..... Bunch, Barbara ....... 55,234 Bunco, Joan ............. 207 Bunds, James ...51,78,l00,176 Bundy, Lawrence ........ 227 Burbridge, Jane Burd, Melva ..... ..... 1 77 Burgat, Betty .... 62.207 Business ........ ..... 3 8-39 Business Club ..... .125 Burgess, Steve .... 36,177 176 ........207 236 .....23l Cairl, John ...l31,l43,l58,208 Calabrese, Christina ...... 208 Calder, Laurie Calihan, James .. Callahan, Larry . Calloway, Joyce .. Calville, Esther .. ....,...23l ........208 32,51,177 ........177 ........208 Cameron, Joan ....... 129,208 Camp, Mayor Ed Campbell, Bonita Campbell, Claudia Campbell, Larry . Campbell, Martha Campbell Mary ........l61 ......53,177 .......l77 ......38,63, 131,177 ........208 ......55,234 campos, Clivia .......... 234 Canfield, Richard ,......236 Cape, Patricia ....... 216,225 Cape, Sandra .... ........234 Capitol City Plumbing tr Heating Co. . .......286. Capitol Concrete ......... 303 Capitol Super Service .... 274 Carder, Michael ......... 233 Carkhuff, Jett ...... 10,77,236 Carlson, Gary Carlson, Jean . , . . Carlson, Sandra .......208 .....177 .....208 X -in 4' X LA S5 O 4 'V 3' PRESENTS A woN DERLAND Bf NIGHT minima 1757? tfigffifflgl M' V MARCH 2.4 ,, 9-12 -2511 305 Carmen, Carol ........,.. 208 Harney for-Boollssv H 4 Vi ,Q E.. " --Q X2 3 1. . ,.A1' , wig S' Qhhcaoowmcom 13 18 Clark Carol . . . ....... .208 Clark Janice ...... 53,102,208 Clark Jean ...... 175,178,291 Clark, Joan ............. 228 Clark, John ..........,.. 231 Clark, Kathleen A. ...... 235 Clark, Kathleen ......... 208 Clark, Larry ............ 229 Clark Orville R., M.D. ..299 Clark Serena ........... 178 Clark Sharon ........... 178 Clark, Tom ...... 131,143,178 Clark's School of Business .... ...... 2 74 Claspill, Larry ........ 32178 Clemmons, Bruce Clemmons, Ross . Clifton, Kathy . ...77,237 Carmen, Richard Carnahan, Marilyn Carney, Sylvia ...... 57,58,121, .....177 125,177 Carpenter, Clarence ..... 208 Carpenter, Claude .... 31,208 Carpenter, Jan .,..... 123,177 Carpenter, Steve .. ..... 230 Carper, Phillip . . . .... .177 Carr, David ..... .... 5 7,178 Carriger, Mary .... ..... 1 78 Carroll, Barbara ..... , Carroll, Betty .,.. 124,178,225 Carroll, George 229 Carroll Radio dr 124 208 T.V. Supply .... . . .269 Carruth, James . . . . . .208 Carson, Marlin . . . . . .234 Carson, Robert . . . .... .178 Carter, Janice . . . .... .208 Carter, John . . . .... .203 Carter, Loretha ....... 53,208 Case, Stan ............. .208 Casey, Lois ......... 51,52,178 .....178 Castardo, Domingo Cavanaugh, john W., M.D. 298 Cecil jones Mobil Service ..... Centlivre, Don ........ 61,229 Chaffin, Frank ....., 51,77,78, .....277 100,178,179 Chammness, P. W. ...... 22,63 Chandler, Carl ....... 208,246 Chandley, Darrell ........ 208 Chandley, Leona ......... 229 Chandley, Robert . . . . . .178 Chapman, Larry ......... 203 Chapman, Thomas ....... 178 Charay, David .......... 178 Cheerleaders .....,... 134,135 Chellis, Cheryl .,.. .178 Chess Club ............., 113 Chenault, Nadine Chisholm, Hermine ..,... 228 Chisholm, Lanafaye ...53,l78 Chisholm, Ralph ......,. 178 Choir, Madrigals ........ 50,51 Chotlos, Bay ......... 131,178 Chotlos, Donna ......... 230 Chrastina, Linda ......... 208 Christenson, Candice ..1l6,228 Christenson, Connie . . .94,178 Christenson, Margaret . . .l78, 225 ........237 Christopher, Robert ,..... 208 Christopher Studio ..,.... 291 City Schools ........... 10,11 Clara's Clothes Closet .... 302 306 ........,178 ........234 .....67,88,93, 97,116,178 Cline, Gary .............. 236 Cline, Roger ............ 178 Clinkenbeard, John ......227 Clinkenbeard, Ronald ..52,178 Cloke, Wayne ........... 230 Clouse, Loraine Clune, Georgia Clune, Norma Coates, Dennis Cobos, Jack ..... ....87,178 .....237 .....231 .....231 .....208 Cochran, Joe .........,.. 209 Coder, James F. ...... 15,123 Cody, Michael .... .235 Coffman, Ray .... .209 Coffman, Rita .... .178 Cohen, Barry ..... ..... 2 09 Cohen, Rochelle .. ..... 232 Coke, Richard .... .235 Colbert, Tenni . . . .... .209 Cole, VVi1lie ...,........ 203 Coleman, Austin ...... 34,228 College Collins Collins, Collins, Hill Pharmacy ...280 Drive In ......... 293 Earnestine ....... 178 Marilyn .... 53,77,209 Colman, Bill ...... .... . . .167 Colton . Leo ,J , ........... 15 Columbian Title cb' Trust. .301 Comer, Leslie .......... .229 Comer, Lynda ........... 203 Comfort, Penny ....... 80,l78, 201,244,259 Constable, Janet ......... 209 Cook, Alice ...... ....... 1 78 Cook, Judy ....... 94,103,204, 209,218 Cook, Stephen ........... 209 Cookingham, Garth ...... 179 Cookingham, - James ..... 228 Coon, Rinda ............ 179 Coon, Sandra ........... 209 Cooper, Barbara ...... 5l,79, 126,179 Cooper, Carol ..,......... 179 Cooper, Enos ..... 158,159,236 229 Cooper, Virginia . Copeland,' Karin . Corber, Roy ...... Corkhill, John .... Corliss Hathaway Corn, John ....... Correll, Mrs. Emaline .... Correll, Lesley .......230 .......209 209 291 .......209 .15 .......209 Corrick, James ....... 123,179 Costello, Pearl Coutcher, Robert . Courtney, Robert . .. .... 237 .......236 Cowan, David ......... 52,179 Coward, Terry .... .....229 Cowen, Gerald ........... 203 Cowger, Mrs. Irvin ........ 15 Cowherd, Gregory . Cowherd, Rosemary Cowsert, Robert . . . Cox, Peggy ....... Cox, Warren .... Coy, Homer ..... Craft, Sandy ...... 203 209 .......203 .....209 .....209 ...l5,63 .......l79 Craig, David .......... 51,179 Cramer, Richard .. Crane cb' Co. .... . .......l79 .......275 Crandall, David ..104,l3l,143, 146.153,l57,167,179,199,301 Crandall, Denise ...... 179,189 Crary, John ...... Craver, Debbie .43,167,234 .53,102,179 Crawford, Janet .. ..... 66,229 Crawford, Ralph M. .... 15,63 Crawford, Robert .... 167,209 Crawford, Sandy ...... 129,209 Cregut, Judith 180 Cregut, Steven .... .... 2 O9 Crider, Ellen . . . . . . .233 Crites, David ..... .... 2 31 237 294 Crocker, Bonnie ......... Crosbyis ................. Crosby, Crosby ..... 41,78,123, 167,180 Cross Country ........ 162-163 Cross, James ............. 234 Crothers, Kathleen ..... 51,76, 79,94,100,134,135, 152,l53,157,180,256 234 Crouch, Jane ............ Crow, Betty ............. 209 Crowder, Mr. ., ..... .... 6 9 Croxford, Horace ... . . . .12 180 209 Crump, Tom ..... . . . Cummins, Mary ......... Cunningham, Fred .... 27,229 Cunningham, Karen ...... 209 Curry, Constance ........ 230 Curry, Lana ........ 53,98,180 Curry, Kenneth ...... 180,199 Custenbordefs ch Sons .... 302 Cutright, Patricia ........ 237 Cutright, Sheryl ....... 87,208 D Dairy Queen ............ 274 Dale Buchanan Agency ...280 Dale, Judith ............ 209 Dalton, John ............ 180 Daniel, Diana .. 237 Daniels, Don ........ 177,180 Davenport, C. A. ....... 15,29 Davidson, Donald ........ 209 Davies, Daedra Davis, Aaron ...... 57,90,l80 Davis Galen ............ 209 Davis Jo Ann .... 129,226,234 Davis, John ........ .209 Davis Julia ..... ....... 2 29 Davis Kapanna . ...180 Davis Larry E. ....... 233 Davis Larry R. ....... 235 Davis, Michael ..32,78,94, 102,180 Davis, Norman ..... 229 Davis Robert .... ....... 2 09 Davis, Roger .. . ....... .180 Davis, Sandy . . . .209,297 Davis, Sara ..... 26,4l,79,l07, 129,134,l80.l90,249 Davis, Sue .......... 57,90,180 Davis, William . . . .......180 Dean, john R. .... . Deatrick, Georgia Deatrick, Nancy .. I Dawson, Berkley ......... 209 Deal, Frank ........ 209 ..l5,22,59, 119,154 .....237 ....237 Deatrick, Robert . .... 209 Debate ........... .... 3 4-35 DeBaun, Susan .. . . . .227 Dee Erickson's Sporting Goods ... . . . .268 Dehn, John ...... .... 2 31 DeLong, Edward . .... 180 DeLong, Linda . . . .... .236 DeLong, Pamala ...... 46,230 Dembicki, Kathryn . . 115,228 DeMoss, Chester . . ..... 203 Dennis, Hazel .... .... 2 36 Dennis Payne Ins. . . . . . . .286 Denton, Patricia .... . . .209 Denzler, Jerry .... .... 1 80 Derby, Georgia .... ..... 2 32 Dewberry, Ken .......... 232 DeWeese, Kathleen ..77,84,85, 180,287 DeWitt, Steve .... ..... 2 09 Dial, Carolyn .... 57,237 Dicke, Cheryl ....... Dickins, Barbara Dickinson, Joleen Dickinson, Linda Dickson, Fondetta .. Diehl, Stephen ...... Dillard, William .... Dilley, Harold ..... . . .125,l80 Dinwiddie, Beth .... Dillon, Sandra .... Disney, Faye ..... Dittemore, Nancy Dittemore, Patricia .. .....l80 .....209 .....209 Dickinson, Fred .... . . . .129,209 .....l80 .....l80 .....227 .....203 l5,69,124 .....l80 .....l80 .....227 Disney, Sarah ...... . .56,57 ,83, 129,180 10,97,230 Dixon, Judy ...... 49,180,189 Dodge, Duane ....... 123,180 Dodson, Charles ....... 57,237 Dollar Cleaners dr Bachelor Laundry Donnelly, Beverly Donnelly, Dixie Donovan, Shirley Donovan, Vicki ..... Dorothy Thomas School of Dance .. Dougan, James ...... Douglas, Shirley .... Douglas, Wade ...... Dowling, Denaze .... Downey, Fred ........ Doyle, George .. .. Dozier, Marcia Drennon, Mrs. ...... Drescher, Donald Drivers' Training Drotts, David ..... Drury, Edna L. .. Dubach, Phil ..... Duclos, Virginia . . . Duckwall's ..... Dudley, Bonita .....276 .....229 ...228 .....230 ...180 .....270 ...233 ...234 .....209 .....l80 225,231 .....229 ......97 ....69 ...237 ....65 ...209 ...115 ...232 ...203 ...292 Dudley, Brenda ....... 53,180 Duell, Kathy ....... Duerre, Marilyn .... .....209 56,57,18l Dunagin, John ....... 113,227 Duncan, Melvin .. Dunn, Gene ...... Duran, Frank ...203 .....209 Duran, Carmen ..... ...123,l8l .....209 James ..... 75,1 10, Freeman Duran, Richard ... ...181 Duree, Carol ..... . . .232 Durham, Lauren .. . . . . .237 E Eaken, Janice ........... 210 Easton, Lyle ............. 230 Ebel, Susan ....... 45,138,181 Eberhart, Allen ..... 35,77,90, 94,118,210 Eberhart, Fred ........ 77,230 Eberhart, Dr. Paul .. .... 112 Eberhart, Robert ........ 181 Eberling, Rebecca ..... 95,210 Edelblute, Frost Larr 204,210 Edelbute, Sally .......... 236 Eden, Michael ........... 210 Edinger, Christopher ..... 181 Ed .Marling Stores ....... 271 Edmonston, Jane ..... 129,210 Edmundson, lllrs. I. A. .... 15 Edmundson, Mary ..... 51,52, 92,181 Edsall, Joe .............. 123 Edwards, Diann ....,. 126,210 Edwards, Glenda ........ 181 Edwards, Joseph ......... 229 Edwards, Richard ........ 225 Edwards, Robert . . .55,57,18l Edwards, Sonna ...... 125,181 Egli, Carla .....,........ 210 Egy, Nancy ...... 34,35.75,79, 118,ll9,18l,241 Eicholtz, William ........ 181 Eisler, Judith .... ...... 2 31 Elbert, Sharon ........... 210 Elder, Daniel ......... 57,234 ...229 Evertson, Steve Evett, Hollie .. ...233 F Faculty ................ 14-22 Fader, Vllilliam ...... 210,225 Fager, Marc ,,... ..... 1 82 Fahrbach, Mary .. .... 237 Fairchild, Robert .. . .. . .210 Fairman, Loren ......... 182 Falley's .................. 300 Farnsworth, Robert . . .52,77, 78,79,l21,139,l82,190 Faust, Martha ,.......... 182 Feaker, Sherill ..89,1l7,182,259 Feasel, Ronnie . . . Feeley, Kenneth .. .......l82 .......2l0 .124,210 ......,l82 Feist, Karen ........ Feist, Mary ..... Feist, Sharon ........ 124,210 Felch, Kenneth Felker, Harry ........ Fennell, Michael ........ 230 Ferrell, Lauraine . Ferris, Diana ..... Fetter, Ann ..... 55,77,90,97, .......2l0 .57,235 .......l82 .......230 lO1,ll6,117,l82,203,259 Feilds, Terry ............ 210 Filhy, Linda ... . . . .231 File, Karen ..... .... 1 82 Finch, Mary ............. 211 Finchom, LaJean ,........ 229 Fink, Elizabeth .... 97,l04,114, l15,ll6,ll'7,134,l35,l82 Fink, Joyce ....... 79,182,189 Finley, Bernice ..... 16,44,101 Finney, Hiebert, Foster, Dorothy Foster, Judy ..... . Football .....2ll ......182 .............l40-149 Fox, Charlotte .... 79,122,182 Fox, Ivy ......2ll Fraker, Pamala . .,.... 94,237 Franklin, Benjamin ...35,111, Frazier, Jeannie .. Frazier, Pamala Freed, Dennis ... Freed, Teri .... . . Freel, Karen ..... Freeland, Freeman Freeman 211,213 ..55,57,21l ..... . .211 . . . . .182 .......230 .......304 Kent ,... 52,77,80,90, 91,100,183 Frederick ..,... 203 err . . .103 207 211 ,jby , , ,Mike ........., 225 Fred Hill Inc. ........... 280 French, Illrs. Marjorie .... 16, 29,112 French, Sarah ...... 77,941,230 Frickey, Steven ....... 113,232 Friend, Ralene .......... 228 Fries, Alan ........ 77,115,232 Frisbie, Charles ...... 169,211 211 , y .... ....... Froyd, Richard .......... 233 Frye, Carole ,........... 211 Fuller Motor Co. Inc. ...293 Fuqua, Patricia ...... 125,183 Future Hornemakers ...... 128 Future Nurses ........... 126 Future Teachers .... .... l 27 Gabler, Robert G ...183 Germanprez, Raymond . . .77, 111,115,211 Gibbs Clothing ......... 287 Gibbs, Judi ............. 183 Gibbs, Williams .. ..... 211 184 Gibeson, Judy ........... Gibson, Gibson, Gilbert ........ . .229 James ...... 75.78,79, 164,167 , 1 84,245,263 ,294 Gibson, Linda ............ 233 Gibson, Richard ......... 211 Gifford, Sandy ......,..... 38 Gilbert, Clyde E. ....... 16,63, 101,157 Gilbert, Susan ........ 97,211 Gilchrist, Bill ........... 184 Gilchrist, Cynthia ........ 237 Gilner, Max ...... ..... 2 29 Gilliland, Jack . . . .... .225 Gillispie, Jeffrey .......... 211 Gillispie, Richard ........ 236 Gillman, Jon ......... 111,211 Gilman, Jeanie ........... 229 Ginavan, Roger L. .l7,158 Ginter, Ralph ........... 184 Girls' Pep Club ...... 136-138 Girls' Phy. Ea. .. ..40-41 Gish. Linda ............. 184 Givens, Janie ......... Gladfelter, Mrs. Frank 184,248 ....21l Gladfelter, Skip ....... 75,78, 105, 173,184 Glasgow, Larry ......,... 235 Gleason, David .......... 211 Glee Clubs ............ 52-53 Glover, Gerald .......... 184 Glover dr Newcomb Architects ...... Elder, Kenneth L. ....... 181 Elder., Kenneth M. ......2lO .72-73 Elections ............. Elliott, Ginger ...... 10,5l,77, l00,l38,210,2l8 Elliott, Kathleen ....... 79.84, 123,181,190 Elliott, Linda ............ 181 Ellison, Larry . .. Ellithorpe, H. L. ........228 ......l5,19, 92.139 Elmore, Florence ...... 93,232 Elnickie, Charlotte . . . 181,199 Elsasser, Peggy ........... 210 Emahizers ....,... .... 2 83 Emerson, Claude . . . .... 225 Emerson, George .. .... 225 Emmot, Diana .... ...... 2 33 England, Jerry ....... 123,181 Engler, Mary ..... .......80 English ................ 26-27 Engstand, George Engstand, Richard .......2l0 .......2l0 Epperson, Irwin ..111,169,210 Erickson, Hilda ......... 181 Erickson, Nancy ....... 53,229 Beller rlr Miller, M.D. . .299 First National Bank ...... 296 Fischer, Larry ............ 236 Fish, Andree ....... .... 2 11 Fisher, Ethel . . . ,... .182 Fisher, Jeannie ........ 53,182 Fisher, John ............. 203 Fisher, Patricia .... 51,100,211 Fisher, Wendy ..75,'79,88,89,94, 97,1l6,l20,138,l82,203,24l,262 Fitts, Cheryl .......... 77,231 Fitts, Mrs. Walter ....... Flanagan, Angeline .16 237 Fleisch, Louis M., D.D.S. . .298 Fleming, William ........ 182 237 Flesher, Jerry ,...... . , . . . Flickenger, Elizabeth Flmn, Larry ............. Flowers, Clifford .... .,.. 182 211 Flott, Harry .. .,.... .... 2 ll 211 228 Flowers, Kenneth ........ Flowers, Michael ...... 65,182 Flowers, Roy ..,...... 182,225 Floyd, Janet ....... 67,182,289 Floyd, Louis .,..... Fly, Elbert M. .34,97,227 ,52,l6,51,l00 Fly, John ..52,53,57,78,155,182 Gaddy, Arlene Gaffney, Judy .. Gager, Carol .... Gainer, Carol .. . Gaines da' Sons . .... 304 183 ....45,183 .....21l Funeral Home ... . . .285 203 Ganes, Joyce ....... . . . Galle, Linda .....,...... Galloway, Willow Gamino, Augustine Gamino, Helen ...,. .... Ganson, Michael Garcia, Adeline 183 229 .. .225 229 211 ....211 Gardner, Marsha . . . . . . .211 Gardner, Sherry .......... 211 Garhan, jack, D.D.S. ..... 298 Garlinghouse, Anne ....77,94, Glover, Ronald Goble, Susan ..... Godbey, Bonnie .. Gobey, Jerry ..... Godfrey, Marvin ......... Goff, Dianne ..... Golston, Cheryl .......... Gomez, Joseph ........ 57.184 212 212 .....184 212 184 .....228 212 Gomez Mary ..... ,.... 2 12 Gomez, Olivia .... ..... 2 30 Gonzales, Robert ......... 57, 61,233 .......212 Gonzales, Sara ..... Gonzalez, Ediberto Gooch, Thomas ........ 27,184 Goodman, James .......... 55, 57,ll3,167,2l2 Goodman, Karen ..... 212 Goodman, Sharon ........ 212 Goodyear Service Store .... 295 Gordon, Paul ........ 184 Gorrell, Tom ........ .......212 1:11212 ...,212 Graemba, Mrs. Betty ...... Goslin, Jan .......... Gragg, Patty .,,.,........ Grame, Ella Erwin, Benny ....... ..64,225 Erwin, D. L. ....... 16,69,l62, 163,l69,199,246 Escalante, Alexander ..... 229 Eskie, Dennis ............ 210 Eutsler, Bertha ..... . . .230 Evans, David ... . . . .210 Evans,joe K. ....11 Everett, Ruth 233 Everett, Wilma . . . . . .182 Everly, Donald 231 Evertson, Robert L. ...... 235 Evertson, Robert W. ..... 182 Fly, Martha ....... Flye, Jacqueline ......... .53,55,233 182 Forbes, Lavern .... ..... 2 ll Forbes, Lawrence . . . . . . .182 Forbes, Patricia ... ...211 Forbes, Ralph ...... . . .227 Ford, Mrs. Dorothy ....... 23 Ford, John .............. 182 Ford, Richard ..64,l31,l67,2l1 Fordyce, Charles ......... 211 Forrer, E. Rosine ........ 182 Forrer, John ...... ...211 Forward ....6,7 173,183,258 Garretson, Rosanna ...... 183 Garrett, Tom ........... 203 Gaskill, Linda .... .... 1 83 Gas Service Co. ... . . . .266 Gates, Darrel .. . .. . .230 Gates, Richard ... .. . .236 Gatewood, Nancy ... . . . .203 Gay, Phil ........ .... 2 11 Gebhart, Steve . . . .... .211 Geer, William ..........2ll 211 Geiger, Mary ...... l0,55, Geist, Sharon ............ 211 Gentry, Curtis .... 38,123,183 Gentry, Mary ........... 211 Gentry, Michael ..... 131,l44, 207,211 Gentry, Ruby . . ....... 211 George, Mary .... ..... 2 34 Gerard, Harold .... .230 Geren, Sandra .. ...183 Gerety, Michael .. ..... 233 Grapado, Ann ... .. . .23 184 Graham, Floyd ........... 227 212 228 212 Grant, Nancy ........ Grantham, John ...97,l55,212 Grantham, Marilyn ..... 74,87, l50,152,153,l84 Graves, Diana ............ 212 Graves, Gary ..... . ....... 234 Gray, Stephen .... .,... 2 12 Graybeal, Cutis .... .203 Grayce Shop ..... ..... 2 77 Green, Linda .... ..... 2 03 Green, Nelson .. ..... 232 Green, Shirley . .. .... .212 307 m 10 PEKA NQHE 'JFIV TUESDA7fl'1ARf.H I4.I4I6I TOPEKA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM AFTERION 'AT 221 EVENING AT 3:00 ADMISSION ?l.00 -J RN. ysaafyeaaaaais-,anfaa Greenway, Richard .... 225,233 Greer, Caroline ...... 20,51 ,97, 116,l29,l37,2l2 Greer, Walter ........ 158,234 Greer, Mrs. William J.. .14,17, 117 Patricia ........ 55 ,235 Gregg, Gresser, Andrea .... 51,75.79.94, l01,105,1l9,173,l84,l9O Gritlley, Beverly ..... 52,53,229 Griffin, Bill .............. 233 Griffen, Pat ............. 304 Griffin, Patricia .... 79,125,184 Griffiths, Richard ...,.... 212 Griggs, Frank ..........,. 212 Grimes, Tom 51,97,100,ll6,2l2 Grinnell, Claude 229 Grisham, Thomas ........ Grooms, Shirley . Peggy . . . Anthony Grove, Grover, Grover, Pamela . Grover, Patricia . Grover, Paula .. Grubb, Glenn . . . Gubanyi, Jim . . . Gueary, Effie . . . Guerrero, Canido Guerrero, Gary . Guerrero, Ignacio Guerrero, Tony . Guild, Martha .. Gunnerson, Marilyn .... 94,184 Gurden, Ardrua .......... 212 Guthrie, Nancy .... 55,128,212 Gutierrez, Isidoro Gutierrez, Susan . Guy, Norman .... H Haag, Karen . . . 229 212 . ..... 212 .... .184 .... .234 .... .236 . .... 53,212 . ...... 184 ......225,233 ........l84 .... .236 ........229 ....55,77,212 ........23l .. ..... 236 ....235 ....234 Haag, Torrenee . . ..... 17,63 Haas, Nancy ...,... .... 2 12 Hadden, Edward F. .....,.. 17, 30 lll Haflick, Jackie ... Hagen, Marla .... .. .... ,184 ........231 Haggard, Benjamin .....,. 212 Hahn, Larry ............. 184 Haily, D. E. ......, .... 2 12 Haines, Betty .... .... 2 37 Hale, Linda ...... ..., 2 30 Hale, Philip .... .... 2 12 Hale, Shirley ... ..-236 Haley, Ben ...... .... 2 36 Hall, Barbara .... l . .... 236 Hall, Bernard, M.D. ....... 126 Hall, Elizabeth ....... 226,234 Hall, Jeanette .... ...... 2 12 308 Hall, Katherine ...51,52,55,57, 100,184 Halleck, Edona ...,.... 48,184 Halloran, Mary ..... 90,9l,231 Hallman, Robert M. ..17,54, 56, 57, 100 Hallowell, Donald .... 111,212 Ham, Harriet ....... 16,17,127 Ham, Larry ........... 77,232 Hamilton, Douglas .... 59,184 Hamilton, Linda . . 94,128,184 Hammarlund, Donald .... 212 Hammond, Jerry ......... 212 Hammond, Mary ......... 184 Hammond, Ronald .,..... 234 Hammond, Scott .,...... '.l85 Hancock, Dawna ......... 185 Handy, George .......... 185 Haney, Susan ............ 233 Hankenson, Kathleen ..... 129, 185,248,272 Hankins, Nancy ....... 69,212 Hanna, Chuck ........... 229 Hanna, Mrs. MJ. .... .... 1 7 Hanna's Mens Wear ...... 268 Hannay, Carol ......., 53,212 Hannon, Roy ............ 225 Hansen, W.C., D.D.S. ..... 298 Harbaugh, Terry...111,113,212 Harbor, Herbert ......... 212 Harden, Mrs. Emmett ...... 23 Harden, Judith ....... . . .212 Harder, Judy ,........... 212 Harding, Leonard ........ 228 Hardy, Linda .......... 93,234 Harley, Preston ....... 119,185 Hartley, Linda ..... ....185 Hartzell's Grocery ........ 293 Harvey, Gerald ........ 43,231 Hasenbank, Kenneth ..... 213 Hathaway, William..55,57,97, 116,127 Haughay, Connie ...... 27,235 Hawkins, Eric ...... 55,57,213 Hawkins, Janet ..... .....l85 Hawver, Carol .... ...... 2 13 Hawver, Dennis ........ 52,l00, 131,185 Hayes, Daniel ... ...... .213 Hayes, Gene ............. 227 Hayes, Jan Hayes, ' Jim .. et ........ 57,58,2l3 . . . . .232 Hayes, Leon ............. 231 Hayes, Vernon ............. 17 Hazlett, Allan ..97,ll6,185,190 Heald, Diane ......,..... 234 Heath., John ........... 97,232 Heckathorn, Sharlene .... 213 Hedberg, Connie ....,.... 237 Hedstrom, Donald . . 57,124,185 Hefner, Timothy ......... 185 Hehn, Kathy ............ 236 Heinz, Steve ...... 35,76,77,213 Heinze, Donna ........... 234 Helen's Ca tering Service. . .284 Heller, Leonard .......... 227 Heller, Linda ..... ....... l 86 Helm, Virginia ...... 53,94,213 Hemenway, Edward ...... 213 Henderson, Donald ....... 213 Henderson, Jeanie . .93,102,213 Henderson, june K. ..... 17,29 Henderson, Loyce 186 H enderson' Henderson, Vicki . Hendrix, Jackie .. Henrie, Be Henry, Judith . . . Henry, Randall . . Henson, Owen ... s Drug ......... 296 . . . . . . . .236 . ..... 228 tty... ....230 . . . .186 . .... 233 . .... 10,11 Hi-Y ........... Hladky, Harold . Hoad, Alice ..... Hobart, Vlfilson K., Hobson, Sherry . Hoak, Donald .... Hodge Studio Hodges, Earnest . ....l23 AID... .23 298 214 . . . .230 291 229 232 283 Hodgson, Ronnie ........ Hoffman Drug .. Hoffman, Karl . . Hofwolt, Nancy . ff . .'.'5i,229 97 214 I-Iogue, Kathlyn. i52,5.3',57l214 Hohman, Loren . Hohn, Henry Hohn, Mary .... .34,231 . .....,.. 231 ...,186 Hoinacki, Gladys ...... 27,232 Hokanson, Sherry ...,.... 186 Holdefer, Ella ..... ' .... 229 Holliday Square .... .... 2 97 Holliday Square Beauty Shop ....269 Holloway, Sonya . . . . . . .230 Holmes, Roger ......,.... 214 Holston, Kathleen .... 235,236 Holt, Robert .... Holwick, Patricia Homecoming ......... 150-153 Home Economics ....... 44-45 Hoover, Edwin ........ 28,235 Hopkins, E. Elizabeth ...... 17, 114,115 Hopkins, Mary E. .......... 17 Hopper, Diane .,... .... 2 33 Hopper, Mary ., . . . . .237 Horne, Kenneth .... .... 2 03 Horsley, Karen ........... 233 Horwitz, Marjorie ..... 34,229 Hoss, Terry .............. 228 Hotel Jayhawk ........... 295 Houdyshell Men's Wear. . .275 Hough, Sharon ........... 233 Houser, Jill ...,.....,.... 235 House of Hair Design ..... 283 Harmon, Elaine . . . ..,. .223 Harmon, John ........... 185 Harmon, Sherry .......... 212 Harold V. Lyle Studio ..... 291 Harper, Albert. .7 Harr, Connie 5,173,175,185 .........l85 Harris, Bill ........... 158,213 Harris, Earline ........... 233 Harris, Gloria .... ..... Harris, Lillie .... ..... Harris, May ...... ..... Harris, Michael ... ..... Harris, Noel ............. Harrison, Stephen Harrison, Viola . Harrison, Bill . . . Harry Encllich .. Harsh, Alden 213 235 229 233 185 227 185 . . . . .213 283 213 230 228 227 213 203 213 Hart Dallas ..... Hart, Lilliemae . Hart, Marianne . Hart Nancy .... Hart, Rueben .... Hart Tommie .. ....213 Henton, Joe ..... Herman, Sharon . Hernandez, Esther ....... 186 Herrick, Martha-J... Hershey, Susan .. Herzog, Karen . . . Hess, Kerry ..... Hess, Larry . . . Hess, Rita ....... Hester, Charles .. Hetherington, Connie .... 186 Heumann, Carol. .57,58,186,289 Hewitt, John ............. 234 Hewitt, Thomas ......... 233 Hickey, Nancy .... ...... 2 35 Hicks, Glenda .....,... 93,235 Hicks, Patti .... ..... 4 0,213 Hicks, Richard ........... 233 High School .,.......... 12,13 Hildebrandt, Royce ...... 186 Hill dr Dale Restaurant .... 296 ........2l3 .17,97,181 . ....... 186 ........236 .....77,234 ,....186 ........232 ........236 Hill, James .............. 233 Hill, james M. .......... 17,34 35,76,ll8 Hill, Michael ............ 228 Hillebert, Frankie ........ 227 Hillman, Sharon ....... 57,213 Hillrner Leather Sho Hillmer, Walter Hillricks, Ruth .......... 232 Hillrichs, Susan .. Hines, Phyllis .... Hirschberg, Bren Hirschberg, Louise . . 76,138,213 p ..... sos ....34,213 . ...... 186 . . . , . . . .186 .....167,232 .52,53,75, Houseworth, Carolyn ...77,80, 10l,l29,l77,186,261 Houseworth, Kathryn ..28,77, l29,134,160,161,237 Howard, Gale ...... 39,75,l58, 226,234 Howard, Phillip .......... 237 Howard, Warren ......... 234 Howe, Jeanne .... .... 5 5,186 Howe, John ..,. .... 2 29 Howell, Byron .......... Q229 Howell, Rose .......... 77,186 Hoyt, Preston. .52,78,79.85,131, 162,167,179,l86 Hubbard, Alfred ......... 230 Huddleston, Michael ..... 233 Hudson, Gary ............ 214 Huffman, Frank ...... Huffman, Gerald Huffman, Joanna Hughes, Lyman ....... . . . .34,97,229 ...55,214.225 . . . . 125,186 .43,237 .........2l4 . . . . . , . .214 .34.227 Hughes, Suzanne Hughes, Phyllis . Hulse, Marigrace . Humbert, Donald ...... 43,236 Hummel, Patricia ...,.... 230 Hummer, Tommy ........ 214 Hunter, Catherine ........ 237 Hunter, Judy ...... .... 2 30 Hunter, Sharon .,........ 229 Hunsicker, Marilyn . . .125,186 Huntsman, Glenda .... 97,l02, 116,126,214 Hurd, Benson ...... 51,78,lO0, 143,186 Hurd, Elisha ............ 131 Hurd, James ..... 52,55,58 234 Hussey, Agency .......... 268 Hutchison, Frances S..17,3O 92 Hutchison, Katherine .... 233 Hutchison, Richard ...... 237 Hutsell, Kathie ..51,52,100,186 Hutsell, Steven ........... 236 Huttanus, Mary .......... 214 Huttenhoff, Mrs. ShirIey..17, 44,98,10l.l28 Hutton, Linda ..... 86,129,214 Hutton, Mary Hysten, Jack ..... I ..,.....227 ......232 Ijams, Jon .........,.. 113,229 Imlay, Clarence .......... 214 Johnston, Jerry . ....235 Johnston, Joleen ..... 186,252 Johnston, Sheryl .,.... 125,186 Jones, Aaron .... ...... 2 32 Jones, Anna .... ..... 2 35 Jones, Bob ..... ,.... 2 36 Jones, Candace .. ..... 237 Jones, Carol .,... ..... 2 14 Jones, Charlotte .......... 234 Jones, Donna ............ 228 Jones, Jerry .... ..... 2 6, 214 Jones, Judy .... .... 6 9,214 Kesinger, Charles . . . Kesler, Jean .... Ketterrnan, Jim Keuley, Carolyn Key Club ...... Keynotes ...... Kibble, Sam .... Kibby, James .. Kibler, Barbara . Kilgore, Carol ............ 304 Kilker, Karen .....,.. 129,215 Killam, Ray .......... 169,215 Kimbrough, Graydon .169,231 Kimzey, Stephen .. Kinder, Connie .55,57,215 ..........l88 ....188 .. .... 121 .58 ..........215 203 .55,79,l12,l88 .......229 ..,....188 ......230 .29,l88 .52,100,188 Laidlaw, Paul . Laird, James ........, Lake, Daniel ...... Lake, Judith ....... 75,226,237 Lambert, John ..... Lance, Constance . . . Landon, Albert .,........ 215 Landon, Mary .... ...,... 1 88 .,....215 .53,95,236 Lane, John .............. 188 Laney, Chester .... 18,42,43,l67 Langley, Charlotte ..... 55,216 Langley, Helen ...... 55,931,229 Langsdorf, Francis ..... 32,44, Imlay, I'Vayne ...... ..... 1 86 Industrial Arts .......,. 60-61 Ingenthron, Donna ....... 214 Innes, John .............. 214 Intle, Andrew ...... ..... 2 32 Iott, Harold ..... .227 Iott, Karen ..... ...125,186 Ira Price Cafe .... ...... 2 68 Isaac, Jerry ...... Ishmael, Lucille .. Ireland, Earl ..... Irwin, Clifford . .. Irwin, James . . . Irwin, John .... Irwin, Ru th .... J ....l86 ....23l ....230 ...,.214 ....59 .57,214 ....214 jones, j, W. ...l8,30 Jones, Lewis .... .232 Jones, Mary .... ..... 2 34 Jones, Nancy ... .... .233 Jones, Neil .... ...., 2 14 Jones, Patricia .... .214 Jones, Richard ,. . .... .237 Jones, Russell ..., ...,.. 2 37 Jones, Shirley ,..,..... 94,237 Jones, Wellington ...,. 158,230 Jorden, Alene ............ 214 Jorden, Bruce .... .,... 1 86 Jorden, Carl ............. 234 Jorden, Nathan .......... 227 Jovalis, Fanny ...51,52,100,l87 OCC Marsha ...... 235 Jy , ..... . Judy, Tom ........ 57,214,223 Juergesen, Marita .. .52,53,214 junior Boys .............. 281 junior Officers .......... 204 juniors ...........,.. 205-225 K Kalbfleisch, Gregg .. Kampschroeder, Larry ..,. Kam son Helen King, Charlotte ,.. ...,62,215 King, Ida ....,. .... 1 ss King, Jo ......... .... 2 15 King, Madeline .......... 227 King, Nancy ,.......... 32,215 King Pharmacy .......... 287 King, Wayne ............ 228 Kingman, Mrs. Esther G..18,29 Kinnett, Judy ............ 234 Kinney Shoes .... .... 2 93 Kinter, Robert .... 116,188 Langsdorf, Herbert .... 78,188 Language Club ....... 114,115 Language ........ ..,. 3 6-37 Lantis, Sharon ........ 93,188 Larmer, Nancy ..... 18,134,138 Larson, Loyce ...... 77,127,188 Larson, Raymond ........ 231 Larson, Steve ............ 216 LaRue, Spencer ....,.. 62,216 Laster, Donna ......... 45,216 Jackson, Elizabeth ...... 228 Jackson, Eric ....... 55,77,186 Jackson, Jennifer . ...... 214 Jackson, Neil ...... ..,. 2 37 Jackson, Robert .... .... 2 14 Jackson, Tessa ... . . . .214 Jackson, Ivilliam . .. .... 228 214 Jacobs, Frances . . . James, Jon ...... James, Merle ..... Janes, Barbara . . . . .... 28,234 .. .... 214 ........236 p , ......... Kampson, Kathleen ...... Kampson, Robert ........ Kane, Elizabeth ........ 77,214 231 235 187 187 214 Kane, Linda ......,...... 237 Kannarr, Sheryl .......... 236 Kansas Power dr Light Co..268 Karnowski, Greg ....,.. 49,203 Kauffman, Karen ..... Kaul, Olin ..,. Kay, David ...... .... 5 5,234 Kayhill, Sharon ...231 ........55,237 Kraus, Janet ............. Kearney, Carol ....,...67,l87 Kearney, Sherry .. . .... .187 Kenned Patricia L.. .49 55 57 Keefe, Patricia .. . .... .187 Keefe, Robert .... ..... 2 14 Keen, Carolyn . . . ..., .215 Keith, Brian ...,....... 43,234 Keith, John .............. 203 Keller, John ..... 77,87,l2l,l87 Kelley, Terry ............ 215 Kelly, James ,..........., 187 Kelly, Judith .,....... 138,187 Kelly, Kathleen .......... 233 Kelly, Kenneth ......,..,. 233 Kelly, Larry ...... 35,90,91,2l5 Kelly, Ronald ............ 215 Keltner, Gail ..........,. 237 Kennedy, Dave ...... 32,38,187 Kennedy, Patricia J. ...... 187 y, , , , 94,l19,l20,l87 Kennedy, Sandra ....,.,.. 188 Kent Lyle Studio .......... 291 Ianousek, Joyce M. ..... 16,125 Jaramillo, Marie . . . . , . .235 jaquith Pharmacy .....,.. 295 Jayhawk Drugs ...,. .... 3 03 Jefferson, Anita .... .... 2 31 Jehlik, Robert ..... .... 2 29 fenkin's Music Co. ...,.. 300 Jenkins, Delbert ,......... 214 Jennings, Harlan ....... 51,53, 100,214 Jennings, Larry .......... 228 Jennings, Ronald ... .. . .231 Jessop, Kenneth .... .... 2 14 Johnson, Bob .... ..... 9 0 Johnson, Carole ..., .... 2 14 Johnson, Charlotte ....... 237 Johnson, Connie ..,... 225,228 Johnson, Diane .......... 214 Johnson, Doug ........... 232 Johnson, Duane ..... 55,57,214 Johnson, Jo ..... 51,100,186,278 Johnson, Jodine .......... 230 Johnson, Kay ...... 77,234,278 Johnson, Larry ........... 214 Johnson, Leonard ....... F .231 Johnson, Neil ......... 51,235 johnson, Norman .... 18,77,85 Johnson, Richard ........ 186 Johnson, Richard ........ 229 Johnson, Robert ...... 214,234 Johnson, Ronnie ......... 233 Kerelegan, Ronald ........ 203 Kerle, Janie ........ .... 1 88 Kerley, Clarence . . . . . . . Kerley, Donavene ........ Kerley, Kern, Don ....... ..... 227 215 Ronald ..... .... 2 15 232 230 Kern, Stephen ,... .... . .... 215 Kipling, Richard .. 215 Kirk, Robert ...... Kirkendall, George Kirkpatrick, Helen Kirkpatrick, John . Kirkpatrick, Larry .... Kisler, Kathy ..... Kisler, Lloyd W. ......... 18,19 Kitchkommie, Joyce ....,. 227 ' ' .38,l88 . . . . . . .227 Kjorlie, Eric .........., 77,233 Klesath, Charles ..131,144,188 Kline, Roger ..,........... 63 Klugg, Joe ........ 33,56,57,78, 116,181,188 Knecht, Clovis ....... 16,18,30, 139 . .... 230 ......,l88 .......215 228 .57,215 . .... 188 Kitts, Doris .......,... Kitzman, Dale .... Knickerbocker. David ..... 236 Knight, Bonnie ..... 51,90,100, 188,201 Knight, Vickie . . . ..... .235 Knopp, Sharon ........... 230 Knowles, George .... 54,94,114, 115,188 Knox, Charles ........ 169,215 Koehler, Sharon .....,.... 215 Kolstad, Curtis .......... 231 Koons, Ruth ............. 215 Koppenhaver, Larry ...... 188 Koppenhaver, Ronnie .... 232 Kopper, Enid .......,.... 229 229 Krentz, Donna ......,. 119,233 Kress, William ........... 237 Krionderis, Gay ..51,88,89,97, lOl,120,l88,262 Kruger, Patricia .....,.... 188 Kruger, Raymond ....,... 227 Kruse, Patricia ........ 77,233 K-TOP ..............,... 288 Kuehn, Janet ....... l0,77,115, 134,227 Kuehn, Marvin ...5l,53,72,75, l12,13l,l39,188,230,25l,261,263 Kuester, Carol ......... 84,229 Kuiken, Nancy ........... 232 L Ladner, Marty .... .... 5 1,188 Lafferty, Larry .. . . . . .188 Lahey, Patricia ... ....215 Laughlin, Gary ..,....... 230 Lauterbach, Sally ..,. 5l,52,94, 97,102,116,216,2l8 Lauterbach, Steve ..94,l20,188 Lautz, Phyllis ..... 10,53,93,94, 97,216 Lawrence, Connie ........ 188 Lawson, Joel .... 55,77,144,216 Lawson dr Kennedy, M.D.. .298 Lawton, Victoria ......... 227 Layman, Donna .......... 189 Layton, Lynda . . . . . .57,230 Leabo, Larry .... .... 1 89 Leamer, Patricia . . . . . . . Leaver, Stephen .... .... Ledlow, Lisa ..... . .... . Lee, Lee Connie .... . ...... . . , Gloria .............. 189 229 229 189 216 Lee, Robert ..52,56,57,100.216 Lee, Sandra ........... 93, 189 Leeth, Larry .... ...... 216 Lemon, Susan ... .. . .234 Lemon, Tom ..., .... 2 16 189 189 Lemons, Jim . .... ..., Lentz, Miklos ...... .... Leonard, Kenneth . . . . . . . . 227 Leonard, Nancy ....... 34,233 Leonard, Terry ,......... 216 Lessenden, C. M., M.D. .... 298 Lessenden, Sandra ..97,l29.189 Lester, Douglas ..55,57,l8l,l89 Levin, Gail ........,... 53,189 Lewey, Beverly .... 57,124,189 Lewis, Arthur ............ 189 Lewis, Barney .... ...... 2 27 Lewis, Brenda .... ...... 2 16 Lewis, Gary ............. 189 Lewis, Gorden ........ 169,234 Lewis, Janet . .,....... 189,225 Lewis, Leonard .78,l3l,l69,l89 Lewis, Lois ............ 93,232 Lewis, Loretta ...... 53,67,l89 Lewis, Nancy ....... .230 Lewis, Sharon .,.. ,... 3 8,189 ...,46-47 Library . ....... Library Club ...........,.. 95 Lieurance, Lynne .... 51,52,77, 100,114,l27,189 Liggett, Donna ....,..... .190 Light, Linda ...53,l90,29l,258 Limbach, Judith ......... 236 Lingo, Mrs. Robert ..... 18,27 Linscott, Scott .... l3l,162,163, 167,190 Lira, Guadalupe .......... 237 309 TQPEKA HIGH WELC QME 5 Qb QT c rs Jro Jrhe HIANNUAL DEBATE T NAMENT Lira, Richard ............ 216 Lister, Marva ...... 85,136,216 Lister, Rosemary ......... 235 Little, Mary ....,........ 216 Llames, Harold .......... 237 Manlove, Judy .........,. 227 Mann, Dave Mann, Steve .......52,100,217 Mannen, Donna ....... 94,190 Marcussen, Marcus ...,... 217 Loebsack, Kay ..... 85,138,190, 274,255 Logan, Edwin ........ 190,291 Lohness, Larry ........... 230 Lomax, Kenneth ....... 52,230 Marlatt, Gerald .......... 217 Marling, Randy . . .49,121,169, 183,190 Marlow, Xklarren ......... 217 Marshall, Mrs. Fred .19,44,126 Long, Darlene .... Marshall, Thomas ......2l6 ..,..57,l90 Loveland, Marilyn Long, James ,... ....78,190 Long, Pat ...... .... 1 25,190 Long, Richard .... Long, Sharon ..... Longenecker, Evelyn Longren, Donald .. Longstaff, Edward . Longstaff, Marjorie .......2l6 ......,2l6 ......216 .......229 .......235 ......l90 Loomis, Ruth M. ,...... 18,44 Lopez, Gloria ..... .......190 Lord, John ...... lO.75,77,131, 139,204,216,221 Loughmiller, Jean ...... 30,93, 128,216 Love, Taggart cb' Robb, Inc. ...... ,.... 2 84 .....,.19O Barbara Martin, Martin, Darlene Martin, Jerry .... ........217 ....229 ......l90 Martin, John .......... 52,190 Martin, lllartin Lois ............. 190 Lumber Co. ...... 295 Martin, Sandra .... 57,111,217 Martinez, Maria ...,...... 217 Martinez, Priscilla .. Masat, Lawrence Massey, Caroline Mast, Connie .... Mast, Robert .... Mathers, Mary Ma th Club .... Mathematics ,,.. .....217 55,57,190 .....,...217 ...,217 ....234 ....203 ......112 .....2829 Home ..............,.. Lovell, Donna ........, 57,216 Lovely Lady Beauty Salon 288 Lowe, Bobette ........... 216 Lowrnan Hill Pharmacy ..274 Luetie, Kaaren . Luetie, Kent . .. Lund, Edward . Lund, john Lunnon, Robert Lyle's Shoes Lynch, Terry .. Edmund . Lynn, Lynn, Jess ..... Lyon, Carol .... Lyon, Clara ..., .......79,190 233 If IfQf217 .. ...... is ..... 217 .. ..... 278 .. ..... 190 229 ,....19O .....231 .....235 Mathis, Ruth ...,........ 230 Matney, Larry ........... 237 Matt Brennan Funeral Home, Inc. ............ 285 Matthes, Evalyn ...,...... 236 Matthews, Bill ,.. ..... . .19 Mau, Mary ........... 129,217 Maudlin, Michael ......., 217 Maupin, Terry .,.102,183,l90 Maust, Richard .......... 190 May, Grace .............. 230 May, Judith .... .... 1 02,217 Mayhew, Joyce McBride, Tom .... 75,131,l41, ...........228 M Maces jeweler .... ..... 2 88 Macey, Mayre .... .....230 Macias, Richard . . . .... .228 226,231 McCall, Linda ...51,77,94,100, 119,190 McCall, Stuart ...5l,53,77,l00, 116.190 McCauley, Rowena .. McClain, Mary ..... .....l90 ....230 McClellan, Ronald ..55,57,l90 Maddy, Stephen Mack, Joseph .... Mack, Julia ,.,. .....228 .....217 Mackey, Leslie ........, 34,228 McClure, Gary McClure, Katherine ..,... 227 McCol1om, Bruce ......,..217 lliacll, Donald E. .19,20,173,257 Magerkurth, Thomas ,.52,104, 13l,l65,167,190,274 Mah, John ............... 230 Maintenance .,......... 68-69 Maitland, Diane ...,....,. 217 Maldonado, Rose ..... 203,225 Manford Beauty Salon .... 274 30 McConnell, Bob ,..,,.... 159 McConnell, Edward .... 77,78, 185,190 McConnell, John ......... 217 McConnell, Nancy ......, 232 McConnell, Sharon ......, 236 McCord, Veronica .,,. 105,190 McCormick, Mrs, Muriel ...18 McCoy, Craig ............ 229 McCoy, Gary .,....... . . .217 McCoy, Marilyn .....,. 89,217 McCoy, Tanya . . .46,93,95,129, 190 McCrary, Larry ...,...... 190 McCue, Mary ....2l7 McCune, Gary .... ...... 1 90 MCCUIIC, Sandra ...,.. McDaniel, Patty McDonald, William ..l0,55,57, 158,217 llfIeDonnell, Mrs. john ..... 18 McDonough, Nancy ...... 190 McElroy, Carol ......,.... 190 McElroy Refrigeration tb' Heating, Inc. ........... 282 McEntire, Mrs. Esther ,... 45, 18,29 McEntire, Linda .77,94,190,284 McFarland, Karla ...... 34,227 McFarland's ............. 286 McGee, Mary ....... 77,93,229 McGinnis, Linda . . 94,190,274 McGinnis, Stephenie ...... 234 McGinnis, Steven ......... 113 McGirr, Garry ........... 232 McGirr, Rosemary ..... 93,217 McGrath, Barry ..77,78,89,139, 141,l55,190,l97 McGregor, Reed ...,...... 230 MeGrew Drug Store ...... 302 McHenry, james ..34,35,77,217 Mclver, Gertie ........... 190 McJunkin, Daniel ..... 51,144, 169,217 McKay, James ..... ...... 2 33 .37,233 ..........190 McKee, c. J. .......... 18,101 McKee, Kathryn .......... 217 McKenna, Pat .........,.. 123 McKethen, James ..... 190,296 McKibben, Theodore McKinley, Gail ........... 228 McKinley, VVa1ter .. McKinnon, James ........ 190 McKown, Beth ........ 53,192 McKown, William ........ 217 192 .....234 ...,190 McMahon, Tom ..,....... McMichael Memorial 285 McMillan, Jim ........... 192 McMillan, Karen ......... 217 McMurray, David .... l0,88,89, 162,169,217 McNall, Carol ............ 233 McNeal, Richard . , .77,234,246 McNeece, Donna ......... 217 McPherson, Michael .... 77,88, 131,217.297 McVVhirt, Jerry ......,... 229 Mc1Vil1iams, Marjorie .129,l92 Medley, Sharon .......... 192 Meehan, Mary ,........ 35,217 Meglen, Margery ,..... 77,230 Meinholt, Virgil ......,.. 192 Meisinger, Jack ...... 131,165, 167,217 Mellenbruch, Duane ...... 237 Mellinger, Barbara Mellinger, Elizabeth Mellinger, Mary Jean .... 136, 192,201 Mendez, Joseph .......... 217 .......230 . ..... 237 Mendez, Paul ............ 217 Mendez, Rita ........,. 44,192 Juanita ......... 232 Mendez, Mendoza, John .,....,.... 217 Merchanfs National Bank .292 Mesigh, Janet ............ 236 Messick, Linda ........ 217,218 Mettner, Martha . . .77,129,2l7 Mettner, Randy .......... 304 Metzenthin, Betty ........ 233 Metzger, Stanley ....... 77,231 Metzger, Twila .... Meyers, Richard Michael, Bonita Michael, Sandra Michel, Barbara Mick, James .............. 234 Middaugh, Ronald ....... 230 Middleton, Phillip ,...... 233 Miles, Charlotte .......... 217 Miles, Marc ........... 32,192 ....217 ....97,126,217 Miller, Bruce W., D.D.S. ..298 Miller, Charles ........... 192 Miller, David .......... 46,218 Miller, Jack .......... 156,223 Miller, Jeri ..... 78,79,192,258 Miller, John ..... 94,97,116,192 Miller, Karen ............ 218 Miller, Lawrence ...... 218,223 Miller, Marcia ........... 233 Miller, Margarette S. ...... 12 Miller, Marilyn L. .14,19,46,95 Miller, Ralph ............ 192 Miller, Richard .......... 234 Miller, Roy ..75,90,117,192,240 Miller, Saundra .......... 218 Miller, Stanley ........... 218 Miller, Susanne ...ll1,129.218 Miller, Milliken, Douglas ........ 192 Milliken, Jon ......... 181,192 Milliken, Joyce .... ...... 1 92 Milliken, Sharon ......... 232 Mills, Margaret ....... 129,218 Mills, Martha .... 51,53,77,l00, 103,129,218 Mills, Peggy ...... 160,161,192 Mills, Robert B. ........ 19,30 Warren ........... 218 Minor, Vana .... ,... . .... 2 18 Mitchell, Elizabeth ....... 235 Mitchell, Mary ........... 227 Mitchell, Robert ......... 218 Mitchell, Sharon ..125,192,254 Mitchelson, Robert .... 26,203 Mize, James .....,.. 32,179,192 Midern Slzoe Service ...... 266 Modlin, Terry .... 34,52,75,100, 110,204,218 Mohney, Karen .......... 234 Mohney, William ...... 55,192 Monreal, Matthew ........ 218 Monreal, Richard ........ 234 Montgomery, George ..169,218 Montgomery, Patricia Montgomery, William Montre, Edith ...... .. ..218 .169,235 .....228 Moore, Barbara ....... 55,228 Moore, Roselind ......... 192 Moore Stationary Company ....... Mora, Louis .,.. ....292 ...,218 Moran, Larry ............ 225 218 Morand, Mary ........... Moreland, Myra ..... 55,57,192 Morgan, Mrs. T. I. ...... 19,41 Morjarty, Anne , ......... 218 Morie, Mary Ann ......... 41 Morin, Barbara .... .... 2 18 Morris, Dianne .... .... 2 18 Morris, Duane .... .... 2 18 Morris Plan Co. ... . . . .301 Morris, Ronald . . . . . . .233 Morris, Morris, Sherry .... .... 2 18 Steven .,.. . . . .236 Pouch, Dick ....... Morse, Jeanne .,......... 230 Morstorf, Virginia ........ 218 Morton, John ............ 235 Moss, Eugene ............ 227 Norman, Norma . Norman, Victor .. Norris, Mrs. Albert Norris, Martha .. , ....... 304 ..20,29.112 ........234 Papin, Ann ,...... 87,88,89.94, l17,194,259,297 Paradis, Ron ..........,.. 158 Parker, Harry ..60,69,167,229 Mott, Greg ...... 78,79,l3l ,l44, 192,201,244 Mullin, David ............ 192 Munoz, Celia ............ 192 Munoz, Margaret ........, 218 Munoz, Phil ....... 97,101,192 Murdock, Shirley ........ 228 lliurdie, Mrs. ....... ..... 6 9 Murray, Darlene ... ... .218 Murray, Shirley .... .... lVIurray's lllarket ... ,. .. 218 286 Norsworthy, Philip ....... 219 Norsworthy, Steve .... 52,76,77, 100,124,l33,144,148,193 North, VValter ............ 230 Northcutt, Faye ....... 129,234 Northcutt, Wilber .... 193,225 Northrop, Wlinifred ...... 237 Norton, Bonnie .......... 193 Norton, Shirley .......... 235 Nunley, John ..... 131,144,193 Nuss, Sheldon .........,.. 231 .55,232 Murrell, Tim ..... Murry, Mary ......... Muxlow, Ralph . . .34,35,80,82, 118,192,296 .......230 Myer, Joyce ....... Myer, Richard . . . Myers, Betty ..... .....2l8 Myers, Cheryl . . . ..... .229 Myers, David .... .... 5 7,192 Myers, Jim .............. 233 Myers, Kenneth H. ..13,79,l27 Myers, Larry ............. 231 Myers, Lewis .... .,.... 218 Myrick, Danny . . . .... .192 Myrick, Kenneth . .. ..... 230 Nuzrnan, Loren 111. .20 Nyfeler, Norma .... ..., 2 37 Nystrom, Esther .... .... 2 19 N strom Genalee y , . . ...... Nyswonger, Jane .....,... Nyswonger, Stan .. O o'De11, Ada ...... O'De1l, Dorothy .. Odell, Elaine .. Odell, Kim ...... Often, Joy ..... Office Personell O den Sharon 228 229 168,169,193 ......219 .....41,234 ...,193 ....l00 .....80 .....67,193 Myrick, Mona .... N .....218 g , Ogg, Cheryl ,....... 29,311,233 Ogle, Richard .. Olander, James ..........219 .......185,193 Parks, James . .34.237 Parker, Robert ....... ....5l,57,73,l01. 116,194 Parman, Royce ........... 194 Parr, Darrel ..,. .... 2 19 Parr, Jim ..... .... 2 32 Parratt, Gary ... ....219 Parrett, Larry ..... .... 2 25 Parrish, Robert ... ...,219 Partridge, Gary . . . .... 225 Patch, Lawrence .... .... 1 94 Patrick, William ......... 219 Patterson, Michael ....,. 228 Patterson, Nancy ....... 228 Patterson, Richard ....... 227 Patterson, Susan- .....,. 62.219 Paugh, Robert ......,.. 57,235 Paul, Mary ....... 8,94,l29,194 Pavlick, Pamela .......... 219 Pawl, Wesley ............ 228 Payne, Dennis ........ 158,237 Payne, Dennis C. .......... ll Pearce, Shelley ....,...... 227 Pearce, Theodore ....... 203 Pearman, Elizabeth Pearson, Lana .... Pearson, Pamela . ..55,57,219 .......229 ..,....219 .64,l94 Peck, Ronald ......... Pelletier's ....... Penney, Mrs. N. M. .....289 Poteete, Helena .......... 227 Potter, Sarah .... 56,57,129,2g2 1 Potts, Jerry .............. Powell, Karen ..... Powell, Norma .,.. Powers, Preston if 194 . . . 194,225 229 Bridwell, M.D. ... . . . .298 Pozier, Marcia ... . . . .233 Pratt, Gary ..... .,.. 2 31 Preston, Carol ..... .... 2 28 Price, Carl ..,......... 77,220 Price, Mrs. Judith A. ...... 20 Price, Ronald .... Priddy, Jim ...... Priddy, Martha ., .......220 . .... 194 ...,194 Primm, Brenda .......... 194 Pringle, Anabel ...... l2,l3,79 Pringle, jack B. .... 16,21,121 Pringle, Robena .......... 21 Proctor, Bonnie .......... 237 Proctor, James .. .... 220 Proctors .......... .... 6 6,67 Pummill, Jessy .. ..., 203 Pusch, Ronald ... ....230 Putnam, Cecelia ... ....229 Pyle QB' Gray, M.D. .. .... 299 Q Quarles, Gwendolyn ...... 220 Quarles, Sharon . ....... 230 Queen of Courts Quick, Kenneth . Othmer, Richard, D.D.S. . . Nall, Carl K. ..,.. l9,63,64,125 Napue, Ginger ........ 55,231 National Forensic League .118 Nauheim, Beth ........... 235 Neaderhiser, George R. .... 19, 54,563,101 Neal, John .............. 230 Neff, Sharyl .... ...... 2 18 Negrete, Rose .... ..... 2 37 Nelson, Andrea .......... 236 Nelson, Charlotte ........ 192 Nelson, David ..30.75,l54,l56, 158,204,2l3.219 Nelson, Dorothy ....... 57,232 Nelson, E. Robert ..20,29,168 Nelson, Harry B. .......... 19 Nelson, John .... .... 4 7,193 Nelson, Mark ............ 219 Nelson, Norman ......... 237 Nelson, Pamela ..... 77,94.2l9 Nelson, Sandra ........... 219 Nelson, Stephen ..... 56.57 76, 80,193 Netson, Gary ........ 32,65,193 Netti Peterson's .......... 284 Neuhauser, Judy .... .227 New Faces ...... Newman, Nancy . Newman, Ronald ........ .... .304 .........2l9 219 Oldham, Dale .... Olds, Merton .. Oliva, Delores . Oliva, Mable . . . Oliver, Oliver, Oliver, Patricia Oliver, Pomice . Jim.l03,163,194,199,246 John ... ......193 . ........ 230 ....93,216,2l9 .....57,2l9 . .55,57,22s ,.........2l9 Olson, Dana .... .... 2 16,219 O'Neal, Judy .. ........ 235 Operetta ..... ..... 9 8-101 Orchestra .... ........ 5 4-55 Organizations ........ 108-109 Oroke, Marcia ...51,79,94,100, l01,119,138,194 O'Rourke, Patrick ........ 203 Ortega, Andrew .......... Ortiz, Benny ..... Ortiz, Daniel ....... .... Osborn, L. C., D.D.S. .... . Osborne, Diana . ..... .... Osterhout, Edward 227 219 230 Ortiz, Victor ............. 194 299 234 219 299 Ott, Elbert ....... 156,158,219 Owens, Patricia .......... 219 Owl Drug Stores, Inc. .,.. 288 . . . . .20,27 Penney's ...,......,. 301 Pennington, Nancy .. Penwell-Gable Funeral ffiff219 Home ................. 285 Perkins, Nina ............ 219 Perry, Betty .... ...... 2 03 Perry, Mary .. . .... 129,226 Perry, Max ..... ...... 2 20 Perry, Robert ........,... 220 .77,87,128, 219,220 ........229 Peterson, Patricia ., Peterson, Shirley . Pettit, Dan .....,,. Pfannenstiel, John ....... 220 Pfuetze, R.E., M.D. ....,.. 299 Phelon, Deanna . Phelps, Daniel .. . Phifer, Ruby Philipp, David ... Barbara ....236 ..,51,52,194 ........220 ......237 ........l94 ........220 Phillips, Phillips, Joseph ..130,13l,145, 167,233,235 Phillips, Robert ..57,115,l85, 194 Phillips, Phillis, Alvin . Ruth A. ...20,30,l26 . .... 161 . . . .220 Quick, Linda ..... .... 2 20 Quick, Marilyn . . . . . . .227 Quiett, Lynda .... .... 2 20 Quill and Scroll .... .... 1 17 R Rabe, Sharyl ...... 77,134,220 Rahmier, Loretta ........ 237 Rainey, Robert .......... 220 Rake, Sharon ..... 122,129,194 Rake, Ted ............... 228 Ramirez, Alexandra ...... 220 Ramirez, Evelyn .......... 220 Ramirez, Manuel ........ 220 Ramirez, Rosalie . . . . . . .237 Ramseyer, Althea ........ 220 Ramsey, Nancy, .......... 220 Ramzy, Nadia ..,.. 34,35,59,82, 118,195 Rangel, Joseph ........ 63,203 Rangel, Layna .... ...... 2 03 Rankin, Dianne .......... 195 Ransier, Harry .......125,194 194 Phipps, Thomas ......... Pierce, Barbara ....194 ........6l,220 Rapp, James ...... 51,100,220 Rasch, Marilyn .... 95,220.235 Raunick, John ........... 225 Newton, Richard . . .51,l00,219 Nichols, Penny ...... 44,7'7,193 Nielson, Harry ........ 78,193 Nielson, Robert ,..... .... 2 34 Nieman, Chris ... . . . .193 Nightengale's . . ..... 297 Nixon, David ...... .... 2 19 Noble, Roberta .......... 193 Nocktonick, Ralph ....... 225 Nolan, Virginia .... .... 2 03 Noller, Phyllis . . . . . . .228 Noller Motors ... ..... .297 Noller, Stephen .......... 193 Nordstrom, James .. Norman, David ..... Norman, James .. . . . .34,35,2l9 .....235 .....231 Oyler, Gary ...... l31,140,145, 169,219 Oyler, Jeanne ............ 236 Oyler, Michael .... 131,145,194 Oyler, Vllilliam ....... 219 P ........57,233 Padget, Steven . Padilla, Socorro Paige, Jacquelyn .. Paine, Jim .... Palace Clothing Pallesen, Michael ...,. Palmer, Anthony . . Palmer, Ronald .. Pape, Linda ..... ....232 . .... 227 ..........219 Co. ..... 270 .34,227 . .... 219 . .... 234 ....219 Pilcher, John . . . . . . .220 Pizza Hut .... .... 3 00 Plant, Carol ...... .... 1 94 Plant, Helen ........ .... 2 30 Plaza Hardware .......... 277 Plumberg, Kenneth ...... 194 Podmore, Anne .... .... 2 30 Pollock, Edith .... ...... 2 20 Pollock, Ralph .......... 229 Poniktera, John ...... 167.235 Popham, Sandra ....... 55,237 Por'e Richards .... ..... 2 71 Porter, James ....... .... 2 25 Porter, laines W. ........ 11 Porter, Jerry ............ 203 Porter, William ....... 34,229 Rausch, Fred W. .......... 11 Ray Christian Jewelry .... 278 Ream, Judith ............ 235 Reaser, Larry ............ 203 Red Cross Club... ....l20 Redic, Luther .... .... 2 20 Redman, Mary ... . . . .195 Reed, Bobbie . . . . . . .220 Reed Carolyn . . . . . . .220 Reed Dwight ....... .230 Reed Lillian ............ 230 Reed Lois ........ 89,195,201 Reed Ronald ............ 237 Reed Mrs. Ruby ...... 21,101 Reed Russell ............ 220 Reed William ...... 52,97,220 Reedy, Judith . Reedy, Lyle .... ..,...220 ....195 311 Schiesser, Harold S Reese, Pamela ...... 67.94,195 Reibstein, Larry .... 34,46,229 Reicherter, Susan ........ 195 Reid, Joyce .............. 304 Reid, Larry M. ..2l,42,l3l,l40 Reiser, Larry ....,........ 65 Related Schools ... . . . ,5-9 Remer, Fred . . . . . . .220 Renbarger, Jim . . . . , . ,220 Renyer, Curtis .... .... 2 32 Rep Council .... .... 7 6-77 Revely, Gerald .,......... 220 Reynolds, Carrole ...... 47.195 Reynolds, David ..l3l,l67,l96 Rhodenhamel, David ..... 220 Rhodes, Judy ............ 195 Rhodes, Kathie ........ 35,220 Rhodes, Sharon .... 56,57,195 Rice, Charlene ....,...... 220 Rodieck, Rowena, ..94,189,l96 Rodriquez, Anna Roe, Marilyn ............. 93 Rogers, Judith ........... 221 .........22l Schiefelbein, Patti .....,. 232 Science ................ 30,31 Science Club ......... 110,111 ......34,234 Rogers, Sharon . . . Romero, Antonio Romero, Lucille Roop, Root, Rose, Mary .... Rose, Toni R. Rose, Tom W, .. Ross, Rost, Rothberger, Jamie Rothwell, Sharon Amy ..... Pat ....... David ...... Harriette . . ...3l,55,221 ......61,203 .........221 .52,53,55,231 ........232 ........22l ...34,51,22l ........22l .....43,237 ....196,24l .......237 237 Rouse, Pamela ..... 34,102,221 Roush, Vernon .. Rouviere, Victor . Rowe, Judy . .,.. . Rowland, Sidney 4 Rowley, Ramona . Royer, Tommy .. Runnels, Richard Runyon, Dave Runyon, Elizabeth Ruppenthal, Vicky Russell, W. Walter .. .,.... 196 ........22l ........l96 4,87,128,196 . . . . . . . .221 ........229 ........221 ,..,...232 ...235,236 .....22,59 Rust, Carla ........ 41,129,196 Ruth, Connie ............ 221 Ryden, Patricia ........ 77,221 Schimmel, Edward ...... 222 Schleckmann, Jolene ..... 196 Schlicher, Harlen ...... 43,231 Schmidt, Madeline ....... 222 Schmitthenner, Carl ...... 57, 127,197 Schmitthenner, Pamela ...236 Schneider, Donald ........ 197 Schoenfeldt, Douglas ..... 222 School Life ............ 70.71 Schreffler, Marilyn ....... 237 Schreiner, Maxine ..... 89,222 Schroeder, Ann .......... 235 Schroder, Richard ..34,94,233 Schuette, Kenneth ........ 196 Schulties, Henry ......... 222 Schulte, Don .... ..... 2 22 Schultz, Donald .... ..... 1 97 Schultz, Steve .... ,233 Schuster, Jean .. . . . . . 197 Schutter, Mrs. ... .... . , .69 Schwartz, Peggy ....... 53,222 Schweitzer, Gerald ....... 233 Schwindt, Mr. ..... .... 6 9 Scofield, Charles .. . . . . .229 Scofield, Royce .... .... 1 97 Scotch Cleaners ..., ..... 3 O3 272 222 225 Chevrolet .... .... Scott Scott, Frances ............ Scott, Gary .............. Rice, Dinah .... ..... 9 4,234 Rice, Sandra ............ 220 Richards, Bryan ,........ 220 Richardson, Dorothy .,... 195 Richardson Ronald ...... 221 Richardson Richardson, Sharlene . .79,l89 Ted ...47.55,196 Richel, Linda ...52,53,l22,221 Richey, Jim ............,. 236 Rickel, Gary ...... 169,190,196 Rickson, John ......... 43,233 Rideway, Leslie ...... 203,221 Ridgway, Larry .. Ridgway, Richard Ridgway, Stephen Rightmire, Robert Riley, Anita ..,. . . . Rings, Mrs. Estelle Rintner, Robert .... Risley, Serena ...... Ritchie, Roy ...... Roach Hardware .... Roach, Thomas . . . Roberts, Dixie .. Roberts, Edna ..... Roberts, Elaine .... Roberts, Georgiana Rol1ertson's ......... Rohinett, Suzanne Robinson, Correl . . . .169,22l Robinson, Gene ..... . . . .61,234 Robinson, Robert Rocha, Mary ........ Robinson, Dorman Robinson, Maurice Rodehorst, Janice . 312 ,....203 .....230 ...28.228 ...46,237 ..,95,196 .....225 ...55,229 .....22l ....,286 .....236 .34,77, 221 230 233 .....221 .....278 .....196 .....l96 ..,..221 .....196 .....235 .l96,235 Sach's Florist ......,..... 280 Saderstrom, Robert ...,... 196 Safety Club .............. 119 Sallman, Richard ........ 196 Salmon, Robert .... .221 Salsbury, Thomas ...... 43,237 Salters, Jackson ..... 43,57,230 Salzer Seabrook Phar1nacy.278 Sampson, Dorothy ........ 233 Sams, Roseann ..... 97,ll4,129, 210,221 Sandbloom, Keith ........ 196 Sanders, Bernice .. ..... 222 Sanders, Charles .. ,.... 230 Sanderson, Linda ...... 57,196 Sandmeyer, Ralph ....... 222 Sangalli, Elsa ......... 83,l96, 202,294 Sann, Terry ............. 222 Sanneman, Steve ..... l31,153, 164,l66,167,l96 Santa Fe jewelers ........ 280 Sardou, Charlene ........ 235 Sawyer, Gary ...,.... 222,223 Sawyer, Larry . . . ,..... .196 Sawyer, Marilyn .......,.. 237 Sawyer, Nancy .......... 236 Sawyer, Sophia ..... 93,94,l50, 152,153,196 Sayler, Janet ............ 222 Saylor, Kathleen .. ..... 196 Saylor, Larry . . . . . . . .222 Saylor, Wilford . . . .... .203 Schaberg, Burl .......... 230 Schaberg, Julianel ....... 196 Schaeffer, Richard .... 225,233 Schafer, John ............ 231 Schaffert-Grimes Drug Store .................. 275 Schiebe, Linda .......... 196 Schendel, Jane ........ 82.114, 138,196 Schendel, Robert R. ...... 11 Scheuermann, Judy ...... 196 Schuette, Ken ............. 65 Scott, Gary .... 78,113,l95,197 Scott, Joan ........ 52,53,222 Scott, Karen .............. 33 Scott, Nancy .. Scott, ...,..236 Wanda ......... 53,222 Scully, Marilyn .......... 230 Seabrook Club Barber Shop ......... .........280 Seacrest Drug Store ...... 268 Shaver, Charles ...... l11,l14, 210,222 Shavey, Peggy ...5l,97,l01,197 Shaw, Val ............... 222 Shawnee Federal Savings and Loan .............. 227 Shazier, Stanley 234 Shearer, Donna ...... 125,197 Sheffield, Irene 230 Sheldon, Kathy Sheldon, Susan Shell, Carole .... ..... Shelton, Charles Shelton, Kathy Sherman, Steve Shields, Mary ..,..... 197,199 Shields, Trenna 237 Shimer, Kathryn ........ 235 ..123,13l,145, F ffff i:i:i197, .....227 222 ....,222 ..........222 222 Shinn, Michael l47,l49,l56,l58,l6l,l90,197,247 Shirley, Linda ........... 233 Shively, Sandra .......... 236 Shoaf, Janice .... ...,. 2 32 Shopper? City ........... 275 Shopteese, Olivia ........ 231 Short, Shirley ......... 57,234 Shoyer, Charles .... .,... 2 1 Shimplin, Nancy ,... .222 Shultz, Donald .... ..... 1 97 Shultz, Ronald .... ..... 2 22 Shuman, Ronald' . . . .... .235 Shumway, Carol ......... 197 Shumway, Judy .......... 232 Shutt, Richard .... 97,116,222 Siberson, Miss Erna Silver, Sharon ........... 235 Similar Mode ...... .... 2 96 Simmons, Karen .......... 231 Simpson, James ...... 158,231 Simpson, Mrs. Sally .... 21,115 Simpson, Teni ........... 229 Seagraves, Janice .... 90,9l,l97 Sealtest Ice Cream ....... 287 Searcy, Robert .... 34,130,131, 163,234 Sears-Roebuck ........... 269 Seckinger, Cherlyn ,... 57,197 Security Benefit Life Ins. Sims, Karen ............. 234 Sims, Theron ........ 131,l 63, 169,222 Singer, Louise . . . Siple, Steve .... Skaggs, Lynn .. .....222 ....222 ....236 Co. ................... 270 Security Mutual Life Skaggs, Jimmy . . . . . . .228 Skinner, Gary ............ 229 Skinner, Rosemary ..33,83,94, 114,129,197 Slater, Carolyn ........... 229 Slater, Larry ............ 222 Ins. Co. ............... . David .... Cafeteria ......... Activities ...... 238-263 Girls' Council ...78,79 Sellers, Senate Senior Senior 295 Selbach, John ...... .... 2 22 234 302 Senne, Sara .......... 126,222 Serna, Anita ..... ..... 2 34 Serna, Delores ..... ..... 2 22 .......,.228 Serrano, Ramona Serrano, Rebecca ........ 222 Settle, Jane ............ 93,234 Sewell, Frank ............ 222 Sewell, June ........ 55,58,233 Seymour, Terry .......... 234 Sexaver, Jewel . . . ...... ,229 Shaffer, Edward .,........ 222 Shaffer, George ....... 169,232 Shaffer, Roberta Shalla, Eugene ........... 222 Shamburger, Marcia ..... 222 Sharkey, Carolyn ...... 53,222 Sharkey, Gerald ....... 57,233 Sharp, Eugene ........ 64.197 Sharp, J. B. ...... 131,l64,167, 197,268 .........227 Slattery, Mary ............ 80 Slawson, Douglas ..90.9l,l17, 157,198,240,259,266 Sloan, Robert ............ 222 Sloath, Mrs. Margaret .... 128 Slocum, Virginia ......... 237 Sloop, Constance ...... 129,229 Sloyer, Sloyer, Smith Smith Rosemarie ........ 198 Wayne . , ......... 222 Alan ...... 52,112,198 Alice ............. 233 Smith Alyce ..... 52,53,95,198 Smith Anne ............ 235 Smith Arthur ........... 229 Smith Carl . . . .... .229 Smith Carolyn .. .... 97,198 Smith Darrel .... ..... 2 22 Smith Dayle ...... ..... 2 23 Smith Dean ............. 223 Smith Mrs. Dianne ...87,l28 Smith Dorothy .......... 233 Smith Edwin ,... ..... 2 35 Smith Genva .... ..... 1 98 Smith Harry ..... ..... 2 29 Smith Judith .... ..... 1 98 Smith Michael .... ..... 1 98 Vasquez, Dorothy Streeter, Gale ............ 225 Streeter, Melvin ....... 61,224 Streff, Robert ............ 225 Strobel, Carol ...... 45,656,198 Stromquist, Pete ..51,53,55,62, 100,l01,116,224 Strunk, Patricia ,...,..... 198 Student Body ......... 170,237 Thompson, Dave .... 75,76,83, 115,150,181,200,240,260,263 Thompson, Gail .......... 200 Thompson, Janet ..... 125,200 Thompson, Karen ..... 51,200 Thompson, Sharon ....... 237 Thompson, Tommy ...... 230 Smith, Paul .,.... .... 2 32 Smith, Sharon .... ...... 2 37 Smith, Teddy . .. ...... .223 Smith, X'Varren ....... 121,223 Sneden, Evelyn .... ...... 2 27 Snook, Sharon .... .... 1 98 Snook, Thomas .. .... 223 Snyder, Neil ..... .... 2 23 Snyder, Pamela .... .... 2 36 Social Studies .......... 32-33 Sophomore Officers ...... 226 Sophomores .......... 227,237 Souders, Robert E. ..... 21,241 Southard, Roy .. Southwest State Sowers, Janet . Soza, Ramona . . . Spain, Elizabeth . Spangler, Eslie .. Spangler, James . Spencer, Darwin .........l98 Bank .... 302 ...88,89,93, 117,198,259 .65,77,198 .. ....... 236 Spencer, Illrs. C. E. ..... 2l,41, Spencer, Jack . . . Speigel, David .. Squid Club ..... 101,129 ......198 .........198 .........129 Starbuck, Mary .89,l38,l98,259 Staebler, George . ,78,13l,167, Stamm, Betty Stamm, Carol . . . Stamps, Annette . 198,274 ........223 .........198 Stancliffe, Criag 52,l00.ll6.198 Starbuck, Mary .... 89,138,198 Staters ................. 80.81 Steck, Sandra .... ........232 Steele, Carol ..... 53,87.94.98, Steele, Michael . Steele, Rosemarie Steinmeyer, Karen Stephens, Michael Stephenson, Leora Ste henson Tom 198.275 ........229 .....53,223 ........203 ........230 Student Council ........ 74-75 Suffron, Gwendolyn ..... 198 Sullivan, Kathy .......... 224 Sullivan, Sharon ... . . . .198 Sullivan, Sylvia .......... 225 Summers, Gordon A., O.D. .........,...... 11,299 Summers, Mrs. james ..... 21, 44,128 Summers, John ...,...... '198 Summers, Shirley ...... 87,231 Sunflower Staff ......... 88-89 Sutton, Cecelia .. ...... 199 Sutton, Robert ..... Suwalski, Swafford, Robert .. George . . . ...10,237 ......224 ......224 Swalwell, Kay ...77,97,129,224 Swan, Bill ............... 224 Swank, Charles .... .... 2 34 Swanson, Stanley ......... 199 Swartz, David .... ' ........ 199 Swartzel, Steve .,... 49,163,199 Swartzman, Diane ........ 224 Swartzman, Richard ...... 224 Swatzell, Robert .. 97,l01,l16, 122-224 Swimming ..... .... 1 64,167 Switzer, Robert ....... 57,1 16, 223,224 Sykes, Delores .... T-Club Taddeo, T ......234 ......130,13l eiifis' ....304 ....269 Thornburg, Richard ...... 131 167,224 Thurston, Charles ..... 88,13l, 166,167,224,297 Thurston, Una .... 79,129,200 Tibbs, Mary ............. 224 Tichenor, Elizabeth ...... 224 Tichenor, Jan ............ 200 Tichenor, Rowan ........ 229 Ticknor, Kenneth . .57,77,228 Tie Rack ................ 277 Tierce, Regina . . . .... .234 Tilford Piano Co. ... . . . .302 Tilton, Harold .... .... 2 27 Tindall Kennedy .. .... 301 Tinoco, Ray ...... .... 2 30 Tinoco, Thomas . . . . . . .200 Tippit, Robert . . . . . . .200 Tipton, John ... ....200 Title Page ............... 2-3 Tolbert, Bob ............ 200 Tomlinson, Mrs. Suzanne ..21 Topeka Auto Fabric ...... 283 Topeka Chair Rental ...... 287 Topeka National Theaters ........ .... 2 86 Torrez, Micheala ......... 224 Touslee, Kay ............. 80 Townley, Richard ..57,113,224 Trade School ........... 62-64 Trickel, Marjorie ........ 234 Trigg, John .,............ 232 Tripp, Sharon ........... 200 True, Vera ........ 53,129,200 Tucker, Martha .......... 224 Tucker, Mary Ann ....... 232 Tulles Conoco Service .... 278 Van Orsdol, Mary ........ 200 Vanover, Russell ..122,167,224 Van Slyck, Harold ....... 233 Van Slyck, Harold E. ...... 21, 32,92 Van Valkenburgh, Eugenia ............ 136,224 Vaughn, Louis ..... Veesart, Robert Vest, Shirley ....... Vickery, Karen ..... Vic Yarrington, Inc. ..,..2O0 ....228 .......237 ...235,304 .....224 .....301 Viles, Wilma ............ 230 Villerne, Melvin G. ..... 21,30 Villegas, Roman .......... 237 Vincent, Barbara .... 102,224 Vincent, Starks . . . .... .224 Virr, Thomas .... .,... 5 2,237 Vogel, Randall ........ 57,227 Vogel, Richard .......... 228 Von Hemel, William W Wagner, Carolyn ....203 ....200 Waggoner, Larry ......... 234 Wakeman, John ...... 35,l17, 118,224 Walburn, Helen ......... 231 Waldy, Sheryl ..... .... 2 00 Walker, james H. ...... 22,92 Walker, Mary ..... .... 2 28 Walker, Mickey . . . . . . .200 Wall-Diffenderfer Mortuary ....... .... 2 79 P , , ....... 223 Steve Smith Camera ...... 277 Stevens, Clara ........ 228,231 Steward, Betty .... ...... 2 23 Stewart, Betty .... .... 2 23 Stewart Cher 1 .... 223 Stewart , y .... , Clayton . . . .......198 Stewart, Neil ........ 103,198 Stewart, Prilla ...... ,.... 2 30 Stewart, Ronna . ....... 53,223 Sticher, Janie .... 79,87,94,198 Sticher, John ............ 167 Stillie, David .......... 43,223 Stillie, Richard . . . ..... .198 Stillie, Stephen .... .... 2 23 Stimpert, Michael .. .... 223 Stinson, John B. ......... 229 Stinson, John H. ......... 230 Stinson, Marietta .... 53,93,198 Stinson, Pamela .......... 231 Talmage's ....... Tatum, Marvin . Tavares, Mary .. Taylor, Carolyn Taylor, Diana .... Jeri Taylor, Taylor, Jerry .... Taylor, Taylor, John . . . Marilyn . Taylor, Vicki .... Teel, jesse F., jr. Templin, Roger . . Tessendorf, Larry Tetuan, Genevieve Tevis, Connie ....... Tharp, Betty .... Theilinann, Giles Thespians ....,.. The Spudnut Shop' ....230 ......224,230 ....51,94,l00, 101,199 ......199 ....231 ....224 .57,l99 ...199 .93,230 . . . .21 .52,76, 77,235 ...229 ...199 .125,199 ...199 ....11 ...116 ...273 Thomann, Jeannie ..... 40,87, 94,224 Thomann, Russell ....... 236 Stirtz, Marilyn , . . . . .55,236 Stolley, Karen ..,......... 228 Stone, John .,,..... 29,93,223 Stone, Loie ..40,86,97,l14,121, 210,228 Stone, Tim .... 56,57,l81,185, 198,291 Story, Lianne ............ 223 Stouder, Jo ..... ..... 2 37 Stover, Ellen ............. 227 Strahan, Suzanne ...,,, 53,223 Strohnz, Ilflrs. Leland ..2l,226 Stratton Hardware ....... 278 Strait, Linda ,...... .... 2 23 Strange, Valetta ....224 .93,230 Thomas, Cathy ....... .....199 ..21,39 ....,230 .....200 ..13l,l45, 169,200 Thomas, James G. .. Thomas, John ....... Thomas, Mrs. juanita Thomas, Leo E. ..... . Thomas, Martha .... Thomas, Phyllis ..... Thomas, Robert Thomas William ..... Thompson, Ann .55,200 54,57,237 Turner, David ........ 167,230 Turner, Lela .,...... 51,55,224 Turner, Mary ..,......... 200 Turner, Richard . .l21,l3l,200 Turner, Sheryl ...... 115,224 Turner, Vernon .... 47,60,l52, 163,200 Tyree, Michael ...13l,l45,20O Tyree, Norman . U Unrein, Mike Umbarger, Gaylon ..... Umbarger, Angela Urban, Leonard U-Rent-All ..... Usher Club ...., V ....l54 .55,57, 78,200 ........224 ....237 .. .... 297 .. ..... 94 Valdivia, Daniel ....... 61,203 Valdivia, Ramiro .,....... 224 Valentine, Martha ........ 224 Valentine, Richard .... 29,235 .....200 Valentine, Sharon . .. VanBrunt, John .... Vanderblomen, Janice .... 233 Vandeventer, Ava .. . Van Hole, Steven Van Leer, Carolyn .... 93,234 Vannostran, Lana ....,... 228 Van Orsdol, Glenda .... 77,94, 117,229 .....224 .....224 .....224 Wallack, Linda .... .229 Wallis, Kay .,........ 55,200 Walstrom, Denton ....... 236 Walter's Food Center .... 269 Walters, Gary ............ 224 Walters, Michael ......... 235 Walters, Sharon ...,...... 224 Walterscheid, jean ...... 22,41 Walthall, Joy ............ 224 Wanamaker, Mark .... 55,228 Wklanamaker, Mary .. Waniske, Gayle ..... .....231 .....228 Ward, David ......... 169,237 Ward, Judy .. ....... 230 Ward, Linda ..,....... 94,200 Ward, Steve ....... 78,131,140 l44,146,168,169,l97,200 Warner, Daniel .... 31,100,200 Warner, David ........... 237 Warner, Gary ........... 201 Warner, Kenneth ...... 52,224 Warren, Warren, Robert .... 57,169,201 Steve ........... 201 Washburn, Lois .......... 229 Washburn, University Washington, Kathy .. Weaver, ....267 .....232 Beverly ..... 208,224 Weaver, Mrs. E. B. ..14,34,161 Weaver, E. B...12,13,14,84,251 Weaver, Gary ...... 52,77,227 Weaver, Robert .......... 201 Webb, Robert ......... 94,230 Weber, Sharon . Weddle, Kenneth Weddle, Mary ..... 8 Weekly, Valyn . Weems, Mark .. VVeese, Diana .. Weibel, Robert . . . Weidner, William .. . Weiner, Steve .. Weir, Gary ..... .. Welch, Lynn .........20l 7,201,289 224 225 225 . . . .225 . . . .233 304 H...-,55',201 .....225 31 Mlilliams, Vtleldon, Carla ......... 53,201 Wellborn, Stan ..85,90,91,225 Wells, Marguerite .... 97,134, 135,160,161 ,201 ,260 Wells, Max ....... 3l,42,l23, 146,201 Wells, Paul ...... .225 Wells, Robert ............ 231 Mlelscher, Karen ....... 34,232 Wernpe, G. A., D.D.S. .... 298 Vtlerner, Carol .......... 231 Wertz, Merrill H. .. ....ll Wertz, Todd ..... ..... 1 00 West, Kirke ............. 225 West, Marilyn ...... 53.94.225 West, Rex ....... 22,30,3l,l30 Western Typewriter ...... 205 Westlund, Alice ....... 51,201 Hlheeldon, Janet .,....... 227 Wheeler, Alice .......... 201 Wheeler, Earl ......... 57,201 Wheeler, Gertrude S. ..22,97 Vllheeler, john ........ 57,201 Whelan Lumber Co. ...... 271 Whisler, Linda .......... 201 Yllhitaker, Vicki ...... 94,l29, 134,135,225,277 Vtlhite, jane ............. 228 Mlhite, john ....... 43,167,232 White, Lucille ........ 77,228 White, Roger ........... 229 Yilhite, Shirley .....,.... 234 Whitegon, Cathy ..201,252,290 Vllhitelaw, Jerry .......... 68 Whitmer, Elaine ...,..... 234 YVhitmore, Dan ...... 169,235 Whitmore, jo .......,... 225 Whitson, Mr. Mose I. ...... ll, 100,127 Wierman, Roberta .... 201,202 Wicher's Portrait Studio ..270 Wikston, Betsy .... 77,134,229 Wikston, Dave ....... 197,201 Hlikston, Dennis ......... 234 Wilcox, Donna .... .231 NVi1cox, Michael ......... 225 Wilderman, Sharon ...... 202 YVilke, Kenneth .... 34,35,ll0, lll,ll2,ll3,ll8,202 Vlilkerson, YVilliam ...... 234 Wilkinson, Sammye ...... 202 VVilkes, Nan ......... 5l,52,97 WVillard, Karol ........... 232 Willett, Eugene ......... 225 Andrew .... 146,227 VVilliams Bennie ........ 202 Williams Bill .146,157,158,203 Hlilliams Bill ........... 235 l'Villiams Brenda ........ 225 Williams, David .. ..... 237 1'Villiams, jesse .......... 228 1fVilliams, Marjorie ....... 225 Vllilliams Mary ......,... 225 1Nilliams Rachel ......... 225 Williams, Roger ....... 47,202 Williams Ronald ....... 202 lklilliams Thomas ........ 230 Vlfilliarns, Vance J. ........ 22 Mlilliams, Vivian ,... 34,35,225 Vililliamson, Susan 232 lfllillianison, Verna 1fVisegarver, Gerald .,... 231 Wisler, Ginny ....... 44,57,58, 127,202 VVisler, Larry ............ 232 Mlitt, Ralph ............. 225 Witts, Robert .... l21,l3l,169, 177,202 Woiseiffer, Doug ......,.. 304 Camera Shop ...... 270 Wolfe Wolfe, Mrs. Fayeben W. ..22 Wolfe jewelers .......... 283 W'olfe, Linda ............ 202 Wolfe, Walter A. ......... 22 Wolffgang, Penny ..l0,51,52, 77,100,l29,225 Wolgast, Cherie .....,.,. 202 Vilomack, Jacqueline . . .93,202 YVood, Paulette .,...... 45,232 Woodburn, Mrs. Naomi ...23 Vtloodard, Barry ......... 229 Woodrum, Diann ........ 203 Woods, Lewis ........ 225,236 1fVoods, Sandra ........ 51,202 Woodson, Howard .... 163,203 Woodward, Mrs. Edith ,... 22 Mloodward, Linda ..... 78,79, 94,203 Vloodward, Mary ..97,129,225 Woody, John ........ 77,78,79, l3l,146,203,250 Woolard, Esther ......... 203 Woolridge, Larry ..... 61,l42, l46,l49,153,156,157,159,203 lfllooster, Dianne ......... 203 Wooten, Richard Workman, Alfred ........ 203 202 Mlillsey, Charles ......... 202 Mlilson, Anne ..... .,... 2 02 Wilson, Diana '. .. .... .202 VVilson, Donna . . . ..,. .236 Wilson, Jane ............ 304 1rVilson, Raymond ...,... 234 Wilson Ste hen ........ 233 233 , p - Wims, Floyd ............ Wingate, Greg ...52,75,8l,123, l3l,l50,l67,l73,l83,202 Mlinkelman, Rita .... 90,9l,202 Winslow, Jacqueline ..... 202 VVinterburg, Mary Ellen ..225 VVorkman, Carolyn ...... 225 World Staff ............ 90-91 Worrall, Linda . . . .... .235 XfVray, Dorothy . . . .... .229 . . . . .293 Wrenick, Ruby ....... 57,225 Wren .......... Wrestling ...,........... 168 Wright, Elizabeth ..... 93,235 Wright, Jay .... 75,169,226,229 Wright, Karen .......... 233 Wright, Mr. .............. 69 Yilright, Robert ..... l2l,123, 163,175,203 Wurtz, Philip j. ..., 20,22,l39 Wutherich, Mary ........ 231 Wylie, Gloria ........... 231 Wymore, Joyce .. .32,93,97,225 Y Y-Teens .......... ..... 1 22 Yardley, Gregory ...... 34,233 Yeager, Sharon .......... 203 Yeager, Susan ...... l0,77,225 Yenkey, Albert ........ 78,203 Yewell, janet .... ..... 2 03 Yocum, Karen . . . .... .203 Yocum, Robert . . . ..... 225 Young, Albert . . . ...... .203 Young, Garry .. .... 57,225 .....22,63 Young, jack ..... Young, Leveria .,.. ..... 2 25 Young, Richard .......... 203 Youngquist, Miss .... 22,68,69 Your Show ............. 84-85 Youth For Christ ........ 124 Z Zappa, Thomas .. ..... 225 Zeller, Bill ....... ..... 2 03 Zercher Book dr Stationery Co. .......... 287 Zimmerman, James ..... 55,57 Zirkle, Laura ............ 228 Zuniga, Ronald .... ..... 2 34 IT HAS BEEN a fine experience to complete the big job of writing and pub- ll t 55110 1 DI ' 1 Sl fr N I Y 4 U F' 4 Y 1 3 ,f K .F ASSMIXV lishing a king-size yearbook. We had no idea when we started out last September that so many people would be interested in making our efforts ones to be proud of. For all the help, kind words, and cooperation we want to express our sincere thanks. VVitho-ut YOUR help we might have failed our trust. Thanks should go to Mr. Harold Lyle for the fine Centennial photos he per- mitted us to use for our division pages. They have made our observance of the J""'e Q 95 2 .- Q Vi .,. W e 4' -f 5 2 s 'fr . xx Kansas birthday year one of dignity. Thanks to photography studios for being willing to meet our vertisers who know that tomorrow's buyers are to student body and that their advertising will soon Thanks to the professional help from our publishers. We feel that our rela- the Trade School and local deadlines. Thanks to the ad- be found in the high school be paying dividends. .gC4RgLL 314 tionshipwith them is unusually pleasant. We are grateful to faculty members who helped us on both copy and pictures for their departments. We appreciate their willingness when it was necessary to "set up" pictures. Among our staff members there are many who deserve an extra vote of thanks, but we all appre- ciate each other and Mrs. Greer and are sure that bringing our readers this edi- tion will always be one of our Trojan highlights. We hope it is so well done that it again will bring glory to our school in the field of superior publications. We all wish to sing songs, clap hands, and pat backs out of high spirits and pride in a yearbook we hope YOU will like. What a wonderful word we have in our language .... Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! The Staff .1 I, Q I Lum 'E 5 Illlt -e ii K I ix is 'FX y, AwwA,M.a' , L LI ' s ix 'X I l i X r I ff I , .w:f'ff2 w f, f '7 ,.-.., 2' ,fff ,KMXA gig, ...vi . . 2' "-'- f ww A ' f,-"MfAy4.'z ,w , ff 'fa' I iqffii ., Kansas KANSAS, I sing to you- Brave, young and strong land Covered by blazing high skies Arched blue above broad prairies and plains And filled with white sun's shining light. From the northeastis cool rolling hills To the sun-shimmered wastelands Far southwest, you have beauty. I stood once on the banks of a small river Coiling slow among the hills, Spring was smiling at summer and everything Was rich green touched by the sun's gold- An emerald shot through with sheaves of tawny wheat, And I ached with the knowledge That here was beauty and I was without words. Again, going further west to another land I saw beauty of a different kind: Vast plains stretched far to met the sky- Shimmering with heat and light Under a dazzling sun in a white sky. This land was wild and savage and desolate, But with a strange beauty of its own, Unclaimed by any other. I hear "Kansas,' and I see Wheat burned dark by the sun, Rippling in waves beneath the wind, Grain elevators, the cathedrals of Kansas, White silent sentinels guarding golden wealth, Green rolling hills, serene In their calm immovability, Your people, like you-strong and silent But with green places and deep springs, Hidden and clear. Kansas, you have been my home And have watched my growing up. Some day I will leave and go away East, maybe, or farther west to that other land, And I will be happy. 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Along with the symbolic flag, here held by Senator Carlson, Senator Schoep- pel, and Representative Avery on the day it flew over the Nation's 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 EONTO CARLA BOWMAN BARBARA ANN COOPER KATHLEEN CLAWSON CROTHERS KAPANNA WONG DAVIS NANCY sUE DITTEMORE MARILYN JOY DUERRE SONNA KAY EDWARDS LINDA GRACE ELLIOTT Arkansas City Junior College Athletic Scholarship John Nunley Larry Dean Woolridge California Institute of Technology Freshman Scholarship Gary Walter Scott Central United Presbyterian Church Scholarship Barbara Ann Bennett Elizabeth Ann McKown Central 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 Seagraves Grinnell College Honor Scholarship Gaylon Ray Umbarger Hastings College Freshman Scholarship Joyce Audine Bonto Illinois Institute of Technology Tuition Scholarship Gary Walter Scott Kansas State University Athledc 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 Honors 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 With Honors ELIZABETH FINK GWENDOLYN FERNE FISHER KENT HARGROVE FREELAND MARSHA SUE GARDNER JAMES SHERWOOD GIBSON JZOHN JOSEPH HARMON IOLA MAY HARRISON ALLAYJEANNE HOWE MAR GRACE HULSE META LYNNE LIEURANCE MELVILLE SCOTT LINSCOTTJR. LINDA FAE McCALL ELIZABETH ANN MCKOWN MARIJORIE BELL MCWILLIAMS RAL H WILLIAM MUXLOW II DALE RALPH OLDHAM MARCIA RAE OROKE NADIA RAMZY LINDA SUE SANDERSON ROYCE ADELL SCOFIELD Sclzolarshzlo Awards Michigpn State University Fres man Scholarship Judith Anne Bodenhausen Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Scholarship Larry Neil Koppenhaver National Merit Foundation Scholarship Patrick Louis Baude Certificate of Merit David Leon Beller Judith Anne Bodenhaus-en Theodore Edward Bower III Gary Walter Scott Panhellenic Scholarship Sharon Ruth Anderson Beverly Lyn Bailey Jgyce Audine Bonto thleen Anne Clifton Linda Fae McCall Elizabeth Anne McKown Marcia Rae Oroke Virginia Lynne Wisler Peabody Conservatory of Music Freshman Scholarship Patricia Jeanne Kennedy Quill 81 Scroll Memorial Scholarship Kent H. Freeland Ripon College orensic Scholarship NancyJ3 Egy Ral h illiam Muxlow II Nadia Ramzy Rochester University Eastman School of Music Scholarship Joseph Russell Klugg Stanford University Honor Scholarshi David Leon Belljer Sterlin College Acacimic Scholarshi Elizabeth Ann Mcigown Ministerial Scholarship Barbara Ann Bennett Toiplzka Teachers sociation Scholarship Beverly Lyn Bailey Judith Anne Bodenhausen University of Chicago Freshman Scholarship Jane Alice Schendel University of Kansas Athletic Scholarship John Patterson Atkinson David Eldon Crandall Barry Grant McGrath Michael Gale Shinn Forensic Scholarshi Ralph William Niiixlow II Honor Scholarshi David Leon Belter Barbara Louise Kibler Melville Scott Linscott Jr. Nadia Ramzy Kenneth Malcolm Wilke Mens Scholarship Hall Joseph Benjamin Anderson Lewis Arnold Berey Ralph William Muxlow Gary Walter Scott Oscar Stauffer Journalism Roy Franklin Miller Linda Dale Ward Tuition Terry Joel Lynch Elizabeth M. Watkins Judith Anne Bodenhausen Susan May Ebel University of Kansas City Tuition Scholarship Lewis Amold Berey University of Oregon Freshman Scho arship Judith Anne Bodenhauscn University of Wichita Gore Elect Scholarship Katherine Lee Hall Vocational Rehabilitation Scholarship Marcia Helen Berggren Marvin Dale Kuehn Gary Dale Weir Washburn Universit 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 EVERETT 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 J-pdith Anita Branham arold Glendon Brown Karen Kay Brune Melva Kay Burd Margaret Kay Bumett Cheryl Sue Chellis Bay Irvine Chotlos Kathleen Anne Clifton Penelope Ann Comfort Rinda Ann Coon Carol Ann Coo r Aaron Eugene Davis Ka anna Wong Davis WiEiam Wayne Davis Edward Lee DeLong Jgiedith Ann Dixon naze Ann Dowling Mary Louise Edmundson Martha Louise Faust John Maxey Fly Judith Kay Cibeson Susan Lynn Hershey gan Ann Kesler onita Jean Knight Marvin Dale Kuehn Jrames Robert Lemons erryjoel Lynch Barry Grant McGrath LindaJo McEntire 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 McCalI .len Lynn Miller John Marvin Nelson Ann Katherine Papin S0phia Melinda Sawyer Marilyn Ann Ta lor Robert Ronald 'llippit Athletic Scholarship John Patterson Atkinson L, M.. .A if 'K 7 EYES to the front and a milestone reached K ww 1, 1961 PROGRAM Moore Bowl-6:30 p.m, WENDEL R. GODWIN, Supm'nl:ndm! 1y'SrhoaLv, Presiding PRELUDE Selections .......... ,....,,... . .... T he Trojan Band DAISY CHAIN PROCESSIONAL 'iTriumphal March' ....,..,.... ........,... G rieg SENIOR PROCESSIONAL HPomp and Circumstancel' ....,........,.,.....,.,. ..... E lgar RICHARD CAYHART, Organiyl "THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER" .......,........,...,............ Kg JAMES PARKS INVOCATION .....,. ....,,.......,..... R ev. George L. Hammond Min1'rZ:r Ufirst Bapfixl Church CHORAL RESPONSE "Serra Amen" ....... ,...,. .,...,....,. W z 'Iron ANTHEM HLand of Hope and Gloryn ............,..... . . . Elgar "The Kansas Storyn .,.....,.,..,....,..,... . . . Wilson THE CHORUS COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 'gln These Challenging Timesn, . . .....,,.. Mr. Oscar S. Stauffer Prexidenl, Slaumr Publicaliuns PRESENTATION OF THE CLASS .,.. ...,., P rincipal E. B. Weaver PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS .,.. ..,...,, M r. Merrill H. Werts Pnxidznl, Board UE-dMCHf1l0H Mr. Dale Buchanan Vice-President, Board ofEdumI1'on SCHOOL SONG .... ............,.,.. C lass of 1961 BENEDICTION ...,, ....,...... R ev. Ernest F. Tonsing Min1':t:V 4jFir.r! Lulhcfan Church TWO by two, junior lovelies march in M-an-::2z::,e..--My uf.ig:,.:f-11, -2-MH mx wzmx wang: mf Ms. ,.,.,.. .,., THE COLOR and gaiety of spring gardens is the perfect foil for grey-gowned seniors. A SIP of cool Water refreshes DRESSED for comfort at rehearsal Miss Aley and Miss Wheeler. Mr. Weaver checks his program f E 1 Graduation 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 Way, the entire two-and-a-half hour program from the orchestra Prelude to the gay abandon of dismissal, was a series of highlights. "Pomp and Circumstancen 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 if 'vw . f f 4 f. , t, . .. ' w M li ffl ?-. 'i . 7 1 f ' V LAST performance-Eric jackson, Ann Fetter. PROGRAM Municipal Auditoriumg3:30 p.m. ERNEST B. WEAVER, Principal, Presiding PRELUDE .,.....,.. , . ,.......... Tl-IS Orchestm PROCESSIONAL ...... .... ' KPomp and Circumstancen INVOCATION ....,..... , ......,. Rev. Vernon W. Becker Highland Park Methodist Church CHORAL RESPONSE ..... ........... C ombined Choirs HYMN ....,......,,....... ......., ' 'Amcrica, lhe Beaulyuln SCRIPTURE READING ...... ...... R ev. Ned Burr McKenney Central Congregalzonal Church ANTHEM, "Hob Lord God zjHnxl.r"'. . ........ . .Combined Choirs CLASS SERMON ...,.......... ..,., R ev. Robert R, Crothers First Przsbylcrian Church BENEDICTION ,,,,,, .......... R cv, C. E. Foster Pmlacoslal Gmc: Tabemacl: 1 FIRST steps to graduation, led by junior ushers. ,t Vespers Q gJoin1 Religious Program Schools Closer IN AN ATTEMPT to join more closely the climax- ing events in the lives of 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 Parlcs 200-plus graduates and To- peka I-Iigh'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 ........ .... P rincipal Weaver Choir Director ..... ............ M r. Fly Orchestra Director .... ..... M T. Hallman Platform Guests... ..., THS and HP Administrators HALIIS Exemplum-An Example to Others." Marvin, Andrea, Sara, Bev, Dave, Liz, John, and Joe I Most Honored Seniors WOMINATED b the faculty on the basis of personality, intelligence, ability to adjust A Y to changing circumstances, and willingness to explore new fields, these eight were tapped by their fellow classmates on the additional basis of popularity and sociability. JOE ANDERSON JOHN ATKINSON BEV. BAILEY DAVE CRANDALL SARA DAVIS LIZ FINK ANDREA GRESSER MARVIN KUEHN HTROJANS Today-Leaders Tomorrow." Front Row: Kent Freeland, Marvin Kuehn, Lynne Lieurance, Bev. Bailey, Mlendy Fisher, Nancy Egy, Sara Davis, Liz Fink, Judy Bodenhausen, Andrea Gresser. Row 2: Ralph Muxlow, Mike Shinn, Dave Crandall, Susan Ebel, Jane Schendel, Jim Parks, John Atkinson, Joe Anderson, Gary Scott, Dave Thompson. l weqmigz-ae.,-.uwmfz--1-i:z s:.umXp "In BEHALF of the school . . Mr. VVeaver accepts the Seniors, gift just announced by President Greg WVingate. PROGRAM Honored Guests-Class M1911 PROCESSIONAL ...... ,.............,.. O rgan PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT ........... .,., ACCEPTANCE OF GIFT .,,.,.,,., "I-IADES-2000" ..,.,......,..... , FAREWELL ADDRESS .......... CLASS SONG ,,......, .... . ., . RECESSIONAL ..,..... .Greg Wingate , . .Mr. Weaver . , . . .The Cast Ralph Muxlow . ,Class of 1961 .,...,..Organ MASTERS of rhythm, joe Klugg and John Milliken 'iswing outf' 8 Class Day Great Day of Nostalgia ZReviews 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. With 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 cheese .... " Preston Hoyt and Tom Magerkurth "take off" a TV commercial. rv ll x , r , 4 Q ,2Q 1f,ff,,, V , gg V if7,,1!f jwyfy. ff ,f Qffzfggilw A i lj, , f ',yzaf14jw' ' g l "SECOND chance, bah!" Devil Hawver and his impish supporters, Linda Light, Mfendy Fisher, are skeptical about reasons for "going back up there." "THESE were the days." Words of both appreciation and reminiscence flavor Ralph Muxlow's "Farewell to Troy." 'AFROM a whippoorwill . . Sally Lauterbach entertains the crowd in high-toned nightclub style. X 4' WAITING cues, program rehearsal is watched by Loie Stone, Karen Seinmeyer, Pam Nelson. 'IHELPI7' :Tll save her," shouts the big hero, Don Grimes. Loie Stone is his lady love, Richard Shutt the villain. ,ft 1' f W 10 gg unior-Senior Prom i Showboal's ci' Comin' Keynoies Annual Fefe DOCKING the Showboat for the Troy Cotillion, the 1961 Prom-goers descended for an evening of 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 the lively tempo of song and dance and the clever routine of animated puppets. Receiving graciously, hosts and hostesses guided their guests through a successful party. 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Mr. johnson 'I 2 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 Eberhart Mary Edmundson Ginger Elliott Martha Fly Ben Franklin Sarah French Marry Dee Gentry Jim Goodman Martha Guild Kathie Hall Mary Halloran Dan Hathaway ,,,,.-.--W-lm:-,gmgx HONOR-T RECIPIENTS Lea Hirschberg 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 Ralph Muxlow Steve Nelson Steve Norsworthy Marcia Oroke Linda Pape Ann Papin Betsey Pearman Sally Potter Lois Reed Dinah Rice Pam Rouse Sidney Rowland Gary Scott Wanda Scott Karen Sims Alan Smith John Taylor Dave Thompson Kathy McClure Karla McFarland Kathy McKee Karen McMillin David McMurray Mary Jean Mellinger Marty Mettner Susie Miller Marty Mills Kay Mfallis Linda WVard Margot Wells Marilyn Mfest Vivian Williams Ginny Wisler Penny Wolffgang l960-1961 AWARDS ALL TIMES ......................... . . . 9 HONOR-T's .................. .... 7 7 HONORABLE MENTIONS :.. ..... 130 ALL-TIMERS rally round the veranda to gloat over re- wards. Front Row: Kathy Clifton, Andrea Gresser, Bev Bailey, Wendy Fisher, Kathy Crothers. Row 2: John At- kinson, Joe Anderson, Kathy Crothers, Marvin Kuehn. ,, i l. l l l l l l l l l l l l . g i + l l if 5 A I '3 l 2? li ,, E il tl l, I ,. il l 9 X , fe if fr f C 2 . .. faqf ,,, K .,u L V ' ,, , ' ., 4 ., v. ,J ., t.l......v CAUGHT! Lady Bracknell's appearance interrupts jack's proposal to Gwendoline. Lane.... .....,.. .. Algernon Moncrieff. . Jack Worthing .,,... Lady Bracknell ...,. Gwendoline Faiffax. . Miss Prisml ...,..... Cecily Cardew ..,,.. Merriman ..,,,..... CAST D. Rev. 'Canon Chasuble,- I I I Director ...........,...... STAFF . . . . .Craig Stancliflae ......Aloe Klugg . . . . .Allan Hazlett . . . . . .jane Schendel . . . . .Sherry Buchanan ... . .. Wendy Fisher . . .Candice Christenson . . , . ...Dan Hathaway ,. . . Richard Shutt . , . . . . . , .Elizabeth Fink Assistant Director ...................,.,,.,...., Caroline Greer Properties ,.,. ,..,.. Carla Bowman, Chairman Patty Dittemore, Sarah French, Carol Lyon, Barbara Michel, Margie Mills, Sandy Nelson, Rosemary Skinner, Lois Stone, Mary Wanamaker Costumes .,........,..,.,....,........ Kathy Clifton, Chairman Martha Beard, Jo Anne Davishlack Heathuloanna Huffman, Susie Miller, Virginia Nolon, Sharon Rake, Dinah Lee Rice, Connie Sloo Stage Manager ,,.....,..,.....,,......,....... Robert Swatzefl Lights ...................,......,.,...,,..... Pete Stromquist Crew ,..,,..,.. ,.............,.. . . .Marcia Dozier,Jack Heath, Tomjudy, Bonnie Knight, Bill Reed, Elsa Sangalli, Ron Shultz Robert Webb M Wood d W , , ary war ,Joyce ymore Business Manager ,........,.,,........ ........ .,... ul a ck Miller Assistant Business Manager .,..,................ John Grantham Publicity .....,..... Faculty Director. . . Assistant ........ Ann Fetter, Chairman, Janelle Gilbert, Ann Papin, Steve Nolsworthy, Linda Ward .....,...Miss Herrick ....Miss Wheeler l 4 r L I4 29 'The Importance QfBeing Earnest' dw Q -4 so Q GD CD 5' o E U5 5 x C 'U 2. U' CD GD O 'h 'U C CIO 5' l'l1 '1 Q 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 Hgirlish dream of marrying a man by the name of Ernest. Therefore -lack and Algy found "Being Earnest" 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 the authenticity of a pretentious period. WHERE IS that baby! Gwendoline jack, Dr. Chausable, Cecily, Al- gy, Miss Prism, and Lady Bracknell. J "LADY BRACKNELLQ' announces Merriman, but Algy and Cecily, jack and Gwendoline are too preoccupied with reconciliations to notice-or care. "MR ERNEST WORTHINGTON," announces Lane. Algy has not yet discovered that his "I WILL see you, no doubt, at evensong?" Dr. guest is "Ernest in town and jack in the Chausable attempts to disguise his motive country," for frequent calls on Miss Prism and Cecily. to X ' Q 'I ggi pl WV-.c s 'fw- ,,,,. X If ...-ff X N. .. uf ' V N. ,A 1 '-'t 1 . , Q 1 T W -.5 , Q Q? rr I j I SQUINTY-eyed, john Stinson sights the cup M Slate in '61' Off Banner Year TROJAN golfers avenged last year's play-off loss to Hutchinson by winning the 1961 state champion- ship in four-man competition by a comfortable margin. Scott Linscott, Bay Chotlos, Bill McDonald, and John Stinson comprised the foursome which capped a highly professional season with a state trophy at the Wichita 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 invitationals 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 because several, including McDonald, will play for Topeka West. Coach .. .... Mr. Laney SCOREBOARD 2-Man 4-Man 2-Man 4-Man Invitational-Highland Park 1 2 'Washington 1 1 Invitational-junction City Shawnee Mission North 1 1 Highland Park League Meet-Topeka 1 1 Triangular-H. Park, Manhattan Pembroke Country Day 2 1 Invitational-Salina Regionals-Wichita 6 1 Wyndotte Invitational-Shawnee Mission E. State-Salina - 1 OPTIMISM and ability stamp squad members. Front Row: Bill McDonald, Tom Stephenson, and john Stinson. Row 2: jim Gibson, Bay Chotlos, Scott Linscott, John Stone, and Denny Payne. BACKHAND technique wins for john Grantham. THS ll 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 Washington 0 Shawnee Mission East 1 Shawnee Mission North 0 Wyandotte 0 Washington 0 Pembroke Country Day 3 Sunflower League Meet 0 Regionals-lst and 2nd in Singles lst in Doubles State-lst and 3rd in Singles CHASED u a tree is Barr McGrath P Y - Standing: Alan Smith, john Grantham. Sitting: john Lord and Gale Howard. ,W 'A ,---'Y , W. r'1e+fe+Q2fif' rg. T--we -7- Domincmce Reveals Caliber Tennis WITH TWO 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 Winfield. Prospects for next spring continue bright with graduation taking only McGrath and Smith and leaving junior lettermen Grantham and Lord and sophomores Bill Williams and Gale Howard. Coach ........................... Mel Villeme 17 , . , ..-,,. .,.. - .... ,.........-.1 lll. PERFECT form lets Mike Shinn pull to first place in the City Relays. Track Firsts Highlight 2Weafher-Fafecl Season POXNERED 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 season's record, Senior Bill Bradford set a school mark in the javelin early in the year, and the 440-yard relay team snared a title at the Kansas Relays where scores were not recorded. joel Lawson, Dave Crandall, Andy Williams, and Bill Harris stepped off a state record of l:28.7 in the 880-yard rela . Ezflen with these top showings, Troy was held to one state championship: Buddy Witts and .Iohn Nunley tied in the high jump at 6'3.5". Harris managed to place second in the l00-yard dashg Art Lewis was fifth in the broad jumpg and the 880 runners nailed fourth. Conch ..,........ ..... D . L. f'Hea11y" Erwin 18 STATE Champion Buddy YVitts clears the bar l 1 SCOREBOARD State Indoor Quadrangular Yvashington, Sumner, SM-East Topeka Relays Emporia Relays Shawnee Mission North K. U. Relays No tea Highland Park Baker Relays Sunflower League Meet City Meet Regionals-Wichita State-Manhattan Fourth First First First Second m scores First First Third First First Fourth 9 1 X Ez 'TM GONNA catch that guy!" Dave Crandall pumps u a boiler of steam in his forte, the l0O-yard dash. KBETTER squad and individual per- p forrnancesw -Coach Erwin's creed. ngiwfrf - -t1.,?, , . ,,A,,,,,,5..w, .., . 19 i GRIMACING, Joe Phillips takes a baton pass from joel Lawson. ROUNDING a curve, Delbert Jenkins pounds the Cinder trail for the Trojan thinclads. ,W , , ,. iw A""4""9S,.."59,7" 20 , ,N ,, V wf5.4M1,4 'N 4, f f f "mf, AIRBORNE, Arthur Lewis goes up for a bigger and better '61 record ,pk I . -M :., ,Wag T, K , V f 'v 4 gm Vx 1... .X , A "1., .. 1 I gf I in , , ., .-f,., V Z 1 . , a 1 -I 4 Jrff . . 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