Topeka High School - Sunflower Yearbook (Topeka, KS)

 - Class of 1967

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Though the future is uncertain, each is conhdent that there will be a place for them in the world. We believe this success goes 'lfrom our tower to our goalw. CCNTENTS Administration ............ Departments .... Student Life .... Organizations . . Athletics . . . Students ...... Senior Activities . . . Advertising .... TROY Honor and Dignigy 9'-f SF hi! Beaugf and A tmosphere 3 9 L 3 5 E 5 2 Q L i F E x 8 65 W W IW W To SS'-QIW JZ ,, 4 li, E 69" m"" "'o E 2: BME? Qi 4ltLrl3w IPM? Qt ll I G II V DIRECTING Trojans in many phases of life were the members of the city and Topeka High School administration. Throughout the year they were on hand to point the way to each student's goal. Conscious of perfecting the mental, physical, and moral aspects, they worked for the benefit of each and every student to make 1967 a real learning experience for all. ADMINISTRATION SUPERINTENDENT of Schools, Dr. Bolton, remedies problems brought before the Board. 10 -CITY ADMINISTRATION Dedicated Men Comply With Unique Challenges School Board members, assisted by Dr. Merle R. Bolton, Superintendent of Schools, worked together to solve problems brought before the city administration this year. Selection of new teachers and repair and rebuilding of schools damaged in the june 8 tornado were only two of the tasks facing these highly trained men. Additionally, they were required to cope with expanding enrollment and other financial and legal problems. These they handled without neglecting the quality of instruction or ignoring the physical equipment needed for all the schools. The untiring contributions of these men helped to make the 1966-1967 school year a most valuable experience. DR. MERLE R. BOLTON Superi t d DR HAROLDL BLACKBURN A t S per d t DR GILES THEILMANN D p ySup't oflnst PAUL P. BOATWRIGHT D puty Sup't of P I THEODORE K CLARK Ch IE 9 JOHN H. KELLY Business Manager DR. LARRY GASTON Di ectnrofFI earch JOE K. EVANS Ass't Deputy Sup'! P I RAYMOND R.TILZEY Director Pupil A g CITY Administrators for the 1966-67 school year are, SEI-17110 Paul Boatwrlght Dr Harold Blackburn and Dr. Merle R. Bolton. STANDING are Theodore K Clark Ioe K. Evans, Dr. Giles Theilmann, john H. Kelly, Ray F. Tilzey and Dr Larrx Gaston TOPEKA'S Board of Education. SEAIFD are Dr Gordon A Summers Optofmlvzst Bob Hurt Calbztal ournai .Sjvorts Dz'recZor,' Robert R. Schendel Iizmneimzmz Fred W Rausch r Insurance STANDING james Porter Attorneyg Warren Heusted, V, A. Ilorpztal Aflmmzslmfor R C Swenson Asst Fxerutzzc Secretary ofthe Uedzca! Society. M M wits:-7a:fssft.fvsa2'. f?'1wfi2Witr1s . .. ,...'., 3 .-.,J,f..h.. . , S ,f lfiif f f fQQ.if5f?f'.Q"iZfI'flT' ' . .. 4 -e ww, --" - 5. J 853'-fY'QE::ifH14stf.'YH5?Yl,bvg Q ,2isle?5l?'f?iQtW?f35ii?kf:fggii9?'lo 7- s2:9?'i iits22ft5Zl 'L zciiiiesw? -ff 7' M sf mu vff-- J .ai CONFERENCES are many for the members of the THS administration which include Mr Wurtz, Miss Fair, Miss Carter, Mr Coder Mr Burnette, Mr Dmemore Mr Meyers and Mr Gordon GLENN E. BU RNETTE Principal DONALD P. DITTEMORE Ass't. Principal Director of Instruction KENN ETH H. MEVERS Vice-Principal Director of Student Welfare Bi Services CHARLES A. GORDON Vice-Principal Director of Activities FIAYANN FAIR Senior Guidance Counselor CAROLE CARTER Junior Guidance Counselor PHILIP WURTZ Junior Guidance Counselor JAMES CODER Sophomore Guidance Counselor DON DITTEMORE Assit. Principal Director of Instruction CHARLES GORDON Vice-Principal Director of Activities -THS ADMINISTRA TION Administrators Strive To Obtain Varied Goals ALWAYS ready to lend a helping hand was the THS Administration. The staff of four principals and four counselors met each chal- lenge with an answer. Besides coordinating ac- tivities and curriculum at Topeka High, they had the job of presenting needs and ideas to the City Board of Education and then carry- ing out their policies. Along with the addition of a new counselor, several other staff positions were changed in order to meet present-day de- mands. Mr. Burnette headed the group mak- ing every effort to take advantage of opportun- ities to help make 1966-1967 a successful school year. KENNETH MEYERS Vice-Principal Director of Student Welfare gl Services 13 COUNSELING with students involves much of Mr, Meyers' time. MRS, MABEL M. PETERSON, RN School Nurse TOPEKA HlGH'S secretarial staff includes Miss Erna Sibberson, enrollment clerkg Mrs. Naomi Woodburn, office managerg Mrs. Estelle Rings, switchboardg Mrs. Frances Tosone, attendance clerkg Mrs. Bonnie Haag, guidance secretaryg and Mrs. Bert Hassler, bookkeeper. JUNIOR counselors Miss Carter and Mr. Wurtz ponder over a studenfs record. RAYANN H. FAIR Senior Guidance Counselor 1 .V f,.,,- ,,:, Q -vfiki M Wm JAMES F. CODER Sophomore Guidance Counselor 16 6? W T tw W Q Q fl 1 ' l E 'W HIIIIIII Q G E2 in ZF: HIGH Xf T MORE than a hundred courses and departments offered Troy's students great variety of classes and considerable specialization. These courses were designed to meet specific college requirements and training for jobs. There was something for everyone stimulating each to investigate and understand the world around them. Trojans were fortunate to have comfortable surroundings in which to study as well as teachers instructing the way to wide-spread goals. DEP RT ENTS GETTING information on proper form for term papers keeps Dennis Witthar attentive. -ENGLISH Grammar Concentrates Cn Composition Study IN a world which daily demonstrates the need for better understanding of people and cultures, Troy's largest department, English, offers not only the basics in the ,fundamental field of com- munication but also makes available to the in- quiring student a wide range ofsubj ects and courses. The prescribed courses in grammar and English may be followed by world and British literature, creativedwriting, journalism, speech, debate, or play production. Contests including those of national scope, give the student an op- portunity to compete and see their efforts in print. Interest was stimulated this year by new textbooks which stress composition as well as grammar. HAZEL LINGO, M.S -Department Chairman English R d e Cross INQUISITIVE faces are intent upon the study of composition and grammar LYNDA R. BOOMER, B.S. -Sophomore English Asst. junior Class Sponsor MARGARET H ANDERSON, M.ED. -English Senior Sponsor HARRIET HAM, B.A., M.A., -Reading ' GARY ELLS, B.S. -Speech, English AD C, ELEY, M.S. -Debate Coach, Speech, Public Speaking, English Debate N.F.L., F. T.A., Stu- dent Elections VIVIAN B. FITTS, B.S. -English junior-Senior Prom STEVEN A. HIND, B.S. Ed. -English FTA Sponsor, Football, Games, Queen of Courts MARTHAJ. HERRICK, M.A. -English, Play Production, Creative Writing, Humani- ties Thespians, Masque dr Wzg WILLIAM D, BAKER, M.A.,B.A. -English SOPHOMORE, Cindy Hall, reviews for a vocabulary test BETTYJO PENNEY, A.B. -English, Study Hall RUBY REED, B.S. Ed. -English, Speech, Public Speaking Asst, Thespian Sponsor, Dramatic Director, All-School Party WORLD LITERATURE students Susan Shockley and Ion Ryden listen to a classmatels opinion on Roman culture. l TRELLA SCHULTEIS, BA. VANCE WILLIAMS, MS. - English, Journalism Sunflower, - English World, Quill and Scroll Club Junior Class Sponsor AVIS LJOHNSON, M.S. DONALD E. MADL, M.S. - English Homecoming Assembly -English Queen ofCourls Assembly PEGGY SHELTON, BA. - World Literature Basic English Independent Sludy WYLENE C. HENNINGER, M.A. - English Sophomore Class Sponsor -LIBRARY Books Inspire Trojans Greater Achievement TROY,S library catered to students needs this year by the availability of current news, pam- phlets, and magazines for research. Endless shelves provided a great variety of fiction and non-fiction books for many hours of enjoyment. Ye Olde Bookshoppe was introduced this year as a means to sell paperback books to students during the year. The old English styling and atmosphere helped to contribute to the achieve- ment of many students. Trojans are assisted in their selections by two librarians and three tech- nical assistants along with several student proc- tors. PROCTOR Norma Snyder checks out books to Trojan Pat Doyle. SELECTING Hction for a coming book report, Marc Spratt ponders choice. MRSRIUDITH A. FISHER, M.S. -Head Librarian Library Club, A.F.S., Bellamy 22 LEAFING through a magazine are Joyce Smalley and Sue Bahner. EARLY morning finds Troy's library center of activity. MRS. ZORA C. RICE, B.A -Librarian Library Club MRS. DOROTHY BOYLAN MRS. RUTH GLADFELTER MISS MARCIA SMITH -Technical Assistant -Technical Assistant -Technical Assistant A.F.S. AD C. ELEY, M.S. N.F.L., F. TA. i , -DEBATE State-WidePracticing Improves Speech Skill AT the end of the L66-C67 debate season, Tope- ka High's debaters had placed in a total of 16 tournaments. Both the experienced and the no- vice debaters won one first place. The novices took two second places and one third place. Troy7s debate squad placed third in the District Tournament which was hosted by Highland Park High School on january 13 and 14. This year's debate season proved to be a rewarding experience for Troyls Hfast talkers." 24 s Debate, Speech, English DISTRICT debater, jack Targownik, ex- presses an objection to the affirmative. NERVOUSLY awaiting the announcement of the results are Kristen Dutton, Jack Targownik, Monty Clouse, Randy Moke, and Mr. Eley. A ray ofsunshine is put into Linda Malloy's day by coach Ad Eley NOVICE DEBATE. FRONT ROW: Charlie Pomeroy, Linda Malloy, Eva Roy, Leanne Friesen, Sandy Houghton, Frieda Gray, Dan Cofran. RO WZ: Richard Flem- ing, Randy Bartley, Mike McGhehey, Mark McHenry, Chip Chapman, Dan Shevrin, Tom Martin, Bruce Mollory, David Walker, Ken Buch. EXPERIENCED DEBATE. FRONT ROW: Nancy Carlson, Dawna Wilkin, Diana Dougan, Cindy George, Mary Sachs, Kris Dutton. ROWVZ: Memo Gomez, Monty Clouse, Randy Moke, Kathy Simons, Emily Niemann, Rosie Anderson, Barbara Nice. ROW3: Bill Smith, jack Targownik, Randy Williams, Karl Menninger, Russ Beasley, Greg Payton, Bob Keeshan, Bill Dunagin, Floyd Thomas, Tom Hodges, Dan Duncan. College High Girls' Division . . . Boys' Division . Derby Novice ,,.., Hayden Novica ,..,. Kansas City North ..,... Laavenworth ....... Manhattan Novice . . . N FL State ..,.. , . NOVICE DEBATE. FRONTRO W: Jerry Messick, Becky Germonprez, Ilene Mandelbaum, Kathy Leonard, Scott Berridge, jim McEntire. ROW 2: David Blakely, Mark Neis, Doug Hupp, Ron Balsters, Tom Targown- ik, Shane Miller, Jim Young, Fred Stawitz. TRGPHY SCOREBOARD 3rd ....3rd 3rd 1st ..,..4th 5th .,...2nd ..,..4th Pittsbu rg ,......,.,..... Rosedale ,..,, .,... Shawnee Mission North ..,.., Suniiower Novice ..., Washington .,. .,... Wichita North ...., Winfield . ..,, . District ..., ,....,3rd ...,,.4th 4th ..2nd ....,.4th ,..,4th 1st 3rd 25 RUBY MORRIS, M.S. - Department Chairman, SMSG, lgdvanced Math, Math Club, Chem lub. -MA THEMA TI CS Revised Texts Stress Ancient Math Theories WHETHER Trojans desired basic business requirements or advanced preparation for ca- reers in Science and Technology, the THS Mathematics department adjusted to the per- sonal need of each student. Trojans were offered a variety ofmath courses ranging from basic math to the more complex Algebra and Trigo- nometry. However, a new area has been intro- duced to Topeka High - the Computer. As the world moves to the Gemmini-Apollo age, the computer comes to THS, thus bringing a new concept - computer programming. Vast op- portunities present themselves with this new Iield of service. The THS math department moves with the times to the future. PREPARIN G to demonstrate a formula is Nancy Nolder. CASUALLY con- centrating on Alge- bra is junior Bob Wellborn. CHESTER A. DAVENPORT, B.S. MRS. ANN B. GARVIN, M.A. TOM A. ELLIOT, MS. ED -Mathematics, Track Coach - Mathematics, Math Club - Geometry, Computers SYMBOLS and systems are taugltt by math instructor Mr. Dirks. GLEN E. HIGHTOWER, M.S. - Geometry, Algebra I.A. 8a T., Coach Sophomore Football Coach Wrestling DeWAYNE E. DIRKS, M.A. - Basic Math, SMSG,I.A. 8L T. Geometry BIOLOGY student views ameba through microscope. -SCIENCE Inquisitive Minds Study Mysteries Of Nature Enrolled this year in the Trojan Science department were students taking subjects ranging from Biology and Physical Science to Botony, Physiology, Physics, and Chemis- try. Aided by interesting films and lectures, these students studied textbooks and worked on study sheets in order to meet the demands of these courses. Besides taking part in class- work, ambitious Trojans took advantage of the Science Fair as an additional means of testing their skills and increasing their knowl- edge. For a few students with special talents and interests, the Topeka Science Seminar was another way in which they learned more through guest speakers and discussions. PHYSIOLOGY class intent upon study of division ofcells. EDWARD F. HADDEN, Ed.S. -Department Chairman Science-Biology Ticket Sales Basketball and Regional Tournament Sales 28 MISS RUTH A. PHILLIPS, B.S., M.S. -Physiology, Biology Scholarship Committee REX C. WEST, B.S. -Biology Football Tickets Basketball Varsities CLOVIS L. KNECHT, B.S., M.S -Biology, Botony PHYSICAL basis of life is demonstrated by biology student, Alan Michaelson, FOREIGN exchange student Lindie Meyer, is fascinated by microisms. MICROISMS bring questions to the mind of Susan Flowers. H.F. ELLITHORPE, M.S. - Chemistry, Basketball cadets HUMAN anatomy is studied by Patty Donovan. NORMAN G. SCHIESSER, M.S. -Physical Science,,Cross Country Coach. ELLEN S. DUNCAN, M.A.S -Biology BOTANY student, Nancy Roberts, studies the characteristics of a leaf. LARRY D. MARKEN, M.S. - Biology, Basketball cadetx J. W. JONES, M.S. - Physics, jets CHEMISTRY experiments fascinate jerry Hart BIOLOGY -demonstrations hold fthe attention of Larry Adams, Irene Mar- tin, Patsy Patterson, and Mary Ortiz. JAMES M. HILL, M.A. -World Background, American His- I tory, American Government, Humani- ties,A5remblier,1VFL, Play Ticket Sales HAROLD E. DILLEY, M,A. -Department Chairman American History, World History LISTENING to lectures and following progress of American settlement is Randy Martell. WILFRED W. NICKLIN, B.S. -American Government, Boyls Phys- ical Education T. Club -SOCIAL STUDIES Novel Humanities Class Involves Four Teachers NEW to the Social Studies curriculum this year was the addition of the 4'Humanities" course. The course, open to seniors, was to give a basic background in culture to students. Four teach- ers from different departments were the instruc- tors: Mrs. Cavanaugh Qartj, Miss Herrick Qdra- maj, Mr. Hill Cworld historyj, and Mr. Wil- liams Cmusicj. Economics, history, current e- vents, government, and psychology were other courses designed to help the student learn more about his world. Government classes were con- cerned with this year7s local election. Students studied government and history in order to someday take part in the democratic system. l L LOYD W. KISTLER, A.B. -American History, American Gov- ernment, Psychology, Rep Council CHARLES S, EDMONDS, B.S. -American History, American Gov- ernment STUDENT teacher Mr. Charles W. McClellan teaches a class while aided by Mr. Harold Dilley. ACK R DEAN M S J . i , . . -American History, American Gov- ernment, Baxketball Coach LARRY L. LYBARGER, NLS. -American History Sophomore class sponsor Barkeiball Tickets EN-book tests pose no problems for Joe Goodwin JACK B. PRINGLE, M.A. - American History Student elections, student council All-School Christmax Party Key Club, uarsities NORMAN E. lOHNSON, M.S. - American Government, Psychology, Current Events, Contemporary Problems, Student Council, School E- lections, Vanities, All-School Christmas Party, New York- Washington Tour ANSWERING questions about the Civil War is Karla Napue CAROLEJ. CARTER, B.H. -Junior Counselor, Psycho- logy HAROLD E. VAN SLYCK. MS. - American History, Ameri- can Government, Psycholo- gy, Rep Council, Varsitier REPORTING on early Colonial history is jon Blandin OUTLINING the border of the Louisiana Purchase is Vivian Payne. JUST before a history test Terry Wells helps class- mate Anne Tinsley with last-minute cramming. HARLEY E. BECKER, M.A. - Economics, American Government American History,fudicial Council -LANGUAGE Countries Reflected By Foreign Languages THS language students who were studying French, German, Latin, or Spanish for either the first or second year not only learned the fun- damentals of their particular language but also grew to understand the thoughts and feelings of the people of other countries. Many ofthese students were also able to increase their knowl- edge of the structure of our own language and the origin of many English words. The ad- vanced language classes studied their 1anguage's classics andtculture and through conversation were enabled to write and speak their foreign tongues quite Huently. E. ANN DRISS, M.S. - Department Head City Supervisor 7-12, French, Spanish. F OURTH-YEAR French students, Herman Pruyser, Susan Shockley, and Melissa Owen review the French novel, La Folle de Challlot 36 MARY C. STRAHM, M,S. - Latin, French Latin Club, LOUISE R. GRAUMANN, M.A. - French French Club FRENCH student, Clinton Young takes his turn at the board. FINDING a bit of humor are Rob Hodges and Kim Hutsell, First year Spanish Students. . vi 3 at an Ft it 'K it ,W , X5 '?"f"il,wr-P r "tt 'Q' rd5"t'9i54i41 LATIN students Kathy Kirwan, Stan Kufahl, and Pam Weber work on their daily as signments. WILLIAM E. SWENSON, B.A. VINCENT Z. SERRANO, B.A. - German, Spanish - 51921111511 German Club Spanish Club ELECTRIC keyboards prove to be a challenge to Richard Hoshour, Sharon Miller, Nancy Simpson, Kent Snyder and Tommy Raikes. ADDING machine skill saves time and effort for clerical oflice practice student Kent Cushing. ELAINE L. MCDONNELL, M.S. -Shorthand, Transcription, Business English, FBLA, Queen of Courts haylime. CLASS dictation in shorthand gives much practice in writing at high speeds. -BUSINESS Students Look Toward Success In F uture STEADY tapping of keys in the typing rooms gave a very busy atmosphere to the business department. Students gained knowledge in business law, bookkeeping, business math, and business English. Typ- ing rand shorthand were the most popular courses. Electric and manual typewriters, as well as adding machines and IBM equip- ment were operated by students. Seniors who wanted definite employment after high school instead of college were eligible for on-the-j ob training. FBLA, the business club, helped Trojans to realize future oppor- tunities. Skills acquired from these business courses trained students to be competent ofhce workers after graduation. LEO E. THOMAS, M.S. Clerical Ofhce Practice Office M3Ch1HCS, Personal Typing, Activity Cards DOROTHY L. MCKEEVER, B.S. - Typing I,II,III, Personal Typing, Play Cadets, FBLA, Rea' Cross MARY H. REID, B.S. - Shorthand, Typing 1-2, FBLA, Pep Club CHESTER F. TEMPLER, M.S. - Business Typing, Busi- ness Math, Football Cadets JESSE F. TEELJR., ED.S - Department Chairman, Bookkeeping, Business Law, Basketball Game Cadets, FBLA MILDRED T. YOUNG, - Bookkeeping MARVIN BAYLESS, M.S. - Typing -CIT 2 Co-Op Students Plan New Career Aspects CAREER aspects were looked into by members of THS' distributive education classes. Students enrolled in Co-op received on-the-job training while being paid. Senior Trojans worked as l professional assistants, office workers, file clerks, and salesmen, and at the same time, completed their graduation requirements. They received practical training in pricing, change making, customers' problems, advertising prin- ciples and also how to handle emergency situa- tions. At the end of the year apprentices felt confident about interviews, benefits, wage pay- ments, and common business ethics. ' 1 HOSPITAL aide Ray Stevens checks a pulse as part of his daily rounds. HAROLD E. LEWIS, Bs. CARL K. NALL, M.S. LOUIS UL- CAGLE, M-S -CIT -CIT, Distributive Education -Vocational Ofiice Training CIT Club Congeggion Stand Concession Sland, Class Day 40 If ANSWERING telephone calls and making ap- pointments are some of the duties of Sylvia Boydston. ALPHABETIZING files at Blue Cross Blue Shield is one of the jobs of Doris Delong, ,. WORKING at Sandy's is a good way for Mike Thorp to earn money as well as experience. TENNIS skill takes practice for Susan Miller and jan Nieman. LOIS M. MORGAN, B.S. - Physical Education Ass 't Senior Sponsor ' MARILYN J. STOPPEL, B.S. - Physical Education Honor Pep, Regular Pep 3 BEFORE class, junior girls pre pare for swimming activities PATRICIA M. SPENCER, M.S. -Department Chairman Physical Education Squid Club, Modern Dance, Scholar- ship Committee, Intramurals I ASSISTANCE on the balance beam is given to Beck ld d 1 t Martha Fitzgera an a c assma e. -GIRLS' PHYS. ED Fitness Activities Develop Physical Skills TROY'S Physical Education program is planned to stress the importance of healthy bod- ies and good sportsmanship. When the weather permits, the girls go outside and participate in such activities as hockey, speedball, track, tennis and archery. During the winter they learn gym- nastics, basketball, volleyball and modern dance. Swimming is taught all year. Sopho- mores work mainly on perfecting their strokes and juniors are given the opportunity to get their Senior Life Saving. The Senior Leaders are girls who have shown initiative and' ability in Physical Education. Their role is to aid the teacher and demonstrate different skills to the students. IOR leader, C a student explains h g p bl 44 SENIOR leader, Preston Carrington, demonstrates good basketball techniques to a sophomore gym class. WILFRED W. NICKLIN, B.S. - Boyis Physical Education, Govern- ment, TClub WARM-UP exercises such as push-ups prepare the boys for daily class activities. CHET A. LANEY, B.A. -Boy's Physical Education, Swim- ming Coach, Golf Coach LARRY M. RIED, B.A. -Boyis Physical Education, Driver's Education, Football Coach, Track Coach, Gymnastics Coach. DONALD C. BLISS, B.S. - Boy's Physical Education, Driver's Education N... .-, . ..., ,.c.,.,.. ,,.. W.w,.,.W. ...c..M.c ,..,. ..... W . i...M.nW.,....-WW.. , ,f -fm-Q - SOPHOMORE, Mike Powers, demonstrates strength and agility on the parallel bars. ONE. of senior leader Bob Beck- with's duties is distributing towels. -BOYS' PHYS ED Strenuous Gym Skill Strengthens Sportsmen SOPHOMORE, Junior, Senior boys enrolled in physical education classes took part in stren- uous workouts daily. These activities created physical and mental health in addition to pro- moting good sportsmanship. They participated actively in various sports throughout the year. During the fall there were games of football, soccer, and dodgeball. Fast-moving games of basketball and skills in wrestling and gymnas- tics occupied the winter months. In spring the boys were graded on their skills at different track events. They swam weekly throughout the year. The teachers were aided by ambitious sen- ior leaders preparing for coaching careers. ABILITY and skill in wrestling for Dickie Wayne and Denny Stansbury comes from much practice. l 45 -HOME ECONOMICS Girls Practice Planning Meals, Glothes, Budget GIRLS at THS interested in homemaking were offered a variety of courses in the home econom- ics department. Besides the usual basic sewing and cooking courses girls were able to take home decoration, child development, social living, international foods, and home manage- ment. This wide curriculum enabled girls to prepare individually for their home life after Hnishing school, so that they would be confident and secure. The planning of meals, wardrobes, budgets, and schedules was good practice for students. Poise and good grooming were under- taken in several of the classes. Tomorrow's homemakers have been well trained through these courses at Topeka High School. AT the Christmas Tea, Debbie Bun- tin serves coffee to Miss Medlin. LOOKING pretty as a picture, ,Ian Wagner models for the Simplicity Fashion Show. 46 BERNICE L. FINLEY, M.A. -Department Chairman Home Deco- ration, Social Living BEULAH W. SUMMERS, B.S. Chain B.S. Medica! Careers Club PREPARING for a tea, Sara Shelton, Barbara Hansen, and Dorothy Tichenor, place the coffee urn on the table. - Clothing 1 8a 2 Child Development, Home Man- agement, F.H.A., Daisy LIOYE E. STERRETT, - Foods, Child Develop- ment, Home Management, BEFORE placing foreign cookbooks in the display case Donna Sloan, Sara Shelton, andjudy Glynn page through them. ELSIE M. MEDLIN -Foods, Clothing I Cheerleaders MARY BETH SCHROFF, B.S. - - Clothing and Textiles, Tailoring, Creative Clothing, Child Development, Costum- ingfor Operetta, Daisy Chain IN stocking feet Sally Moran busily paints a mural. G. JEAN BASS, B.S. - Department Chairman, Art, Io nians, Ass't. junior Clam Sponsor WATER-COLOR painting is a favorite daily activity for Stephanie Sams. wan ART student Mike Luttjohann de- scribes his project to a fellow classmate. BEGINNING art student, Jesse Mendez, completes study on commerical art. -ARTS, CRAFTS Art Ability Achieved With Creative Ideas TOPEKA High's art students gained recogni- tion early in the year by taking the first place award in high school competition in the art show at the Mid-American Fair. Work was also displayed in various other exhibits throughout the year, including the annual University of Kansas Art Conference. Although most of the students were interested in art as a hobby, many were seriously considering a career in one of its many fields. The students in all the classes were encouraged to express their own feelings in or- der to develop a sense of creativeness and pride in their own work. LYNN N. CAVANAUGH, B.F.A. - Art History, Humanities Advanced Art - DONALD R. NEWBY, B.S. - Art, Stagecraft Ionians it 1 it MADRIGALS FRONT ROW: joe Warner, Patty Sneden, jack Targownik, Peggy Carroll, Mark Nordstrom, Barbara Butler, Clinton Laing, and Patty Crouch. ROW 2: Sheryl Martin, Paul Nusbaum, Carolyn Weber, Bruce Perney, Nan- cy Crites, Bill Edwards, Debbie Davidson, and Larry Kane. INFORMAL class time is used to prac- tice on a typical Madrigal selection. ELBERT M,FLY, M.S. - Vocal Music, Choir Madrigalx, Olberetta 50 CJ. McKEE, M.A. - Chairman Music Dept. Vocal Vlusic Groulbx JUNIOR GIRL'S GLEE. FRONT RO W.' Miss Reidmiller, Christine Swan, Sandie Niven, Cindy Neill, Lynn Roberts, Vicki Mowry, Pam Elder, Marsha Reynolds, Marsha Boyd, Gloria Bell, Lorrie Clark, Sheila Martin, and Kathy Simons. RO W2: Shedra Dovine, Nan- cy Johnston, Alice Hampton, Nancy Nolder, Vicky Mills, Arlene Ryans, Marilyn Foster, Lettie Davis, Marta Rockhold, and jan Johnson. ROW 3: Mr. McKee, Margie Ennis, Lelia Ortiz, Ann jones, Eileen Blackwell, Debbie Cook, Else Jones, Ruth Mills, Linda Breeden, Lena McGee, Delores North, and Sharlett Tumbleson. RO W 4: Angela Hay, Connie Walker, Alicia Figueroa, Kathy Falter, janet O'Neill, Cindy Johnson, Linda Koeller, Margie Palmer, Terri Goldsmith, Georgia Holmes, Linda Halleck, Sue McMaster, and Connie Snook. - VOCAL MUSIC Versatile Entertainers Sing Throughout Gity THIS year's vocal section ofTopeka Highis music department was both entertaining and versatile. Directed by Mr. Fly, these groups of singers presented many different types of songs for clubs and organizations around the city. They also performed in many of Topekajs .jun- ior highs. Vocal groups include Choir, Madri- gals, Choraliers, Junior Girls' Glee, Boys' Glee, and Boys' Octet. These groups, along with the rest ofTHS' music department, entertained Trojans at the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies. GIRL'S ENSEMBLE: Paula Wert, Barbara Semon, Eilene Broadus, Terri Douglas, Jan Bowhay, Sally Obley, Penny Hartner, Pam Weber, Candy Hedberg, and Debby Corkhill. GETTING ready for a performance are Marsha Reynolds and Chris Alumbaugh. I BOYS' OCTET: Mark Nordstrom, Bill Edwards, Clinton Laing, Paul Nus- baum, Bruce Perney, Larry Kane, Jack Targownik, joe Warner. ROW 7 Susan Lassman, Lani Douglass, Terri Douglas, Debbie Corkhill, Cynthia Schreiber, Marti Garretson, Jan Bowhay, Peggy Carrol, Sharon Smith, Patty Sneden. ROW2 Eilene Broadus, Barbara Butler, Sally Obley, Patty Crouch, Nancy Crites, Paula Wert,,Ioe Warner, Sara Mercer, Pam Weber, Mary Ann Sachs, Mark Nordstrom, Ron Escobar. ROW3 Leonard Barrows, Candy Hedberg, Ray Tucker, Penny Hart- ner, Jack Targownik, Bill Edwards, Ron Beasley, Russ Beasley, Sherman Parks, Cheryl Hart, Barbara Semon, Carolyn Weber. ROW4 Deb- ble Davidson, Craig Hayes, Clinton Laing, Les Kurtz, Paul Nusbaum, Bruce Perney, Larry Kane, Chip Marker, Dana Quarles, Sheryl Martin, Mike Blakely, Mike Redford. 52 BOYS, GLEE. FRONT RO W: John Mercer, Robert Cook, Dennis Richter, Jim Kirkpatrick, Glenn McClelland, Tom Cochran, Howard Merriweather, Alex Espinoza, Richard Whayne. and Kathy Simons, accompanist. RO WZ: Brett Wil- kins, Gregory Grifin, Jim Hoover, John Schuetz, Kenneth Murray, David Huss, Jeffre Templin, Kennth Crowl, and Don Hills. RO W3: Jerry Johnston, Rick Friedstrom, Barry Hollie, Ernest Lampkins, Derek McKinney, David Corbett, Leon Sylvester, Rudy Calvillo, Mark Morehouse. ZVIISSING: Tom Steele. CHORALIERS. FRONT ROW: Peggy Knox, Mary Marling, Debbie Adamson, Carol Voigt, Jeannie Rice, Mary Moore, Vicki Stafford, Alyce Hart. ROW 2: Judy Kent, Susan Flowers, Becky Vlullins, Eva Roy, Mary Nordstrom, Sonia Kerr, Kay Harrison, Linda Hope, Pam Rooks, Ann Smith, Genie Godfrey. ROW3: Marlene Stirtz, Bev Martin, Anita Spencer, Debbie Moke, Nancy Roberts, Carolyn Jirik, Penny Barrows, Virginia Nolder, Connie Gilger, Brenda Lee, Vicky Darnall, Shelly Douglas. ROW4: Madeline Smith, Nancy Anderson, Virginia Tucker, Cynthia Oakes, Joyce Dunn, Nancy Patzkowsky, Diane Ticehurst, Tammy Luedtke, Chris Alumbaugh, Linda Groves, Diana Brandt. MISSING: Janie Bourn, Kaye Kington, Margaret Rayburn, and Stephanie Stovall. 53 DILIGENT practice pays off at the Pop Concert as Mr. Williams directed members of THS Orchestra the orchestra. -ORCHESTRA Performances Demand Extra Time And Effort THS Orchestra proved to be one of the best and most active orchestras in Kansas this year. In the fall, they joined with West and Highland Park in forming an All City Orchestra Clinic and presented the annual Pop Concert. The orchestra accompanied the Modern Dance Show and the musical, My Fair Lady. They took part in various assemblies, played for several dinners and receptions and participated in the State Music Contest. With the desire for personal improvement, many orchestra mem- bers joined The Topeka Youth Symphony. The orchestra also gave concerts in three elementary and two junior high schools to help the musical appreciation of these young students. LARRY R. WILLIAMS, B.A. - Orchestra Topeka Youth Symphony ORCHESTRA oflicers: Seated are Lindie Meyer Vice-president, and Becky Booth, Secretary Stand ing are Du Wayne Kramer, Librarian, Dolan Bay less, Treasurerg and Dave Hiebert, president VIOLIN Les Kurtz Roh Balsters Mary Lowther Lindy Meyer Bonnie Benson Carol Miller Ruth Burgal David Murphy Pam Rooks VIOLA Becky Booth Jerlita Stinson Lydia Lewis Stephanie Stovall CELLO Jenith Paris Russ Beasley Georgia Rider Zane Brown BASS Peter Graumann Peter Martin David Harley Dan Booth Kent Snyder FLUTE Lisa Kopper Jean Foster Craig Sweeney OBO E Candy Hedberg CLARIN ET Karen Griggs Fred Evans Judy Lambert BASS00 N Ralph Drayer FRENCH HORN Dan Cofran Dolan Bayless Carol Worthington TRUMPET Randy Martell Sue Cochran Larry Mischke TROM BON E Dave Hiebert Marilyn Griggs TIMPANI Jerry Reiman PERCUSSION Janice Coleman SAX Duwayne Kramer -BAND Precision Drills, Dignit Display Music Pieces UNDER the new direction of Mr. Bruce Hoad, the Trojan Band proved to be one of the most active and original bands ever at THS. Throughout the fall, the band played at Troy's home football games and took part in the half- time shows of each. The band also traveled to K.U. to take part in the annual K.U. Band Day proceedings. Together with the Drill Team and Majorettes, the band marched in the THS Homecoming parade and the Veteranis Day parade. Members ofthe Trojan Band, forming a number ofsmaller bands, played at Tr0y's Home basketball games and accompanied various performers during the half-time rou- tines. The band also presented its annual con- cert inthe spring. OBOE CLARINET Cheryl Post Candy Hedberg Karen Griggs Paul Heckathome PICCILO Fred Evans ALTO CLARINET Joy Keith Jim Hoover Sandy Dimmitt David Huss Ilene Mandelbaum BASS CLARINETT FLUTE Mark Morehouse Judy Lambert Joy Keith Neil Barrett CONTRABASS CLARINET Tom Targownik Pan Dewey Betty Gamber David Huss Jim Carlin Rick Spicher Brenda Warren BASSOON Ralph Drayer Joyce Ada ms Karen Johnson Maisha Vicory Stanley Halstead Diane Powers Milton Tyler Lynn Geisen Beverly Rowand Laura Guerrero Robert Schuette ALTO SAXOPHONE John Targownik DuWayne Kramer Doug Crarey Maureen Appenleller Cheryl Fisher Tommy Vann Albert Roderick 'Nivim DRUM MAJOR . . . Candy Hedberg TENOR SAXOPHONE Joel Latta BARITONE SAXOPHONE Jim Simmons T RU MPET Randy Martell Sue Ann Cochran Larry Mischke Steve Buchloz Steve Mallory Steve Horton Tom Golden David Blakely Norman Jasper Austin Logan Tom Clark Jerry Simmons Darrell Dade Steve Wesley Mark Pemey Woody Reser Charles Argabright Floyd Kinney FRENCH HORN Dolan Bayless Carol Worthington Mitch Erickson Bill Vicory Brian Thompson BARITONE HORN Jon Borjon Bob Wellborn 56 BRUCE E. HOAD, M. Music Ed. - Band Director Homecoming, Your Show, Jim Schaefer Marla Nunemaker Kim Hutsell TROM BON E Marilyn Griggs Tom Marten David Corley Brent Hobbs Mike Stanwix Raymond Fealey Leo Gonzalez Chip Marker Michael Stauffer TUBA Barry Hollis Robert Brown BAND Oflicers: SEA TED are Sue Ann Cochran, secretary- treasurerg jerry Reiman, presidentg and Candy Hedberg, social- chairman. STANDING are Tom Targownik, social chairmang DuWayne Kramer, librariang and jack Targownik, vice-presi- dent. Jon Huston Tom Rodriguez David Stockton Steve Thompson PERCUSSION Jerry Reiman Ken Buch Edward Bunch Keith Coon Zake Low Mike Branaman Mike Gomez Bill Beasley Dan Doughorty TIMPANI Jerry Raiman PREPARING for an hour of band practice, band students warm-up with a marching tune. 57 MAJORETTES Charlotte Peppard Margaret Miller FANCY strutting du d l hts head twirle -MAJORETTES Girls Specialize Style In Twirling Intricacies SPECIAL skill in the art of baton twirling gained the majorettes many admiring glances this year. They performed at all home games and at one away game together with the Trojan Band and Drill Team. They helped present an unusual and interesting half-time show at one of Troy's home basketball games. They also led the band and Drill Team in the Topeka High Homecoming parade, the Kansas University Band Day parade, and the Veteran's Day pa- rade. The majorettes spent many long hours practicing before and after school and during first hour with their batons to achieve precision individually and as a team in addition to help- ing the band with its business and records. V-FORMATION Finds the girls marching at a local performance. Captain Co-Captain Members Nila Arndt Ellen Blackwell Judy Blackwood Barbara Butler Nancy Carlson Peggy Carroll Sheeleh Dougherty Shirley Dougherty Cindy George Denise Hag Gail Harden Pam Hart Joyce Hayes Shirley Honig Carolyn Jirik Pam Johnsom Laura Keller Kathi Ketchum Terri McClelland Sara Mercer Billie Meyer Diana Meyer Cheri Miller Bobbie Patterson Jane Perry Eva Roy Sara Shelton Cheryl Short Sindi Smelter Susan Stelzner Jan Wagner Karen Worswick -DRILL TEAZVI Highsteppers Perform Routines With Pride OFTEN proving to be the most interesting at- traction to many spectators at various school activities the Trojan Drill Team completed a rough season of performing with much stamina and enthusiasm. They performed during many football and basketball half time shows. On a bitter cold day in November, the drill team faithfully accompanied the band to the K. U. Band Day and marched many blocks through Lawrence in their less than warm uniforms. Members also accompanied the band on trips taken to out of town games. The excellent tim- ing, coordination, and showmanship of the drill team members was obtained through many weeks of practice and instruction by Mrs. Spencer. Hmmbebbievogel STEPPINQ highly and with pride, members I I I Marsha Mmm display an intricate routine at a game halftime. MECHANICAL DRAWING gives Sam Torgeson a background for future engineering courses -INDUSTRIAL ARTS Basic Classes Prepare For Productive Future TWENTY-TWO basic classes are offered in THS7 Industrial Arts Department. These class- es include printing, electricity, woodworking, auto mechanics, mechanical drawing, machine shop, radio, and a relatively new one, driver education. Though most classes in this depart- ment were made up of boys, a few adventure- some girls tried their hands at drawing and let- tering. Industrial Arts students had the oppor- tunity to develop talents, prepare for a career, or learn a productive hobby. 60 WOODWORKING is a creative challenge for Richard Bridges LOREN M. NUZMAN, M.E. A Department Chairman, Wood- working, Ticketaker ASSISTING Rick Tevis with the wood lathe is Mr. Nuzman. RICHARD W. BEAL, M.S. PHARES O, BROSS, BS. DANA L. ERWIN, M.A. HMaChine Shop, Asst. Football -Auto Mechanics -Mechanical Drawing Coach, Head Wrestling Coarlz CLEANING dirt off ofa cyl- inder head is Don Whiteley. LOCKING up a page are Tommy Terry and Steve Horton, CLYDE E. GILBERT, M.S. CHARLES SHOYER, AB. - Vocational Printing, Asst. Sr. Class fR2idlO, Electricity JOHN C. READEGKER, M-S. Sponsor, Class Day Vespers, Basket- Checkstand, P.A. System - Woodworking ball Scorer, Daisy Chain RKING with a generator is Calvin Bayless. - Voca TIONAL SCHOOL Boys Choose Training From Technical Areas TOPEKA HIGH'S vocational training depart- ment offered seven courses for those boys wish- ing to begin work in the vocation of their choice immediately upon graduation. Students wishing to enroll applied before their sophomore year 'and entered the program with the approval of the teacher in the desired course. Whether the future career called for a course in welding, pho- tography, machine shop, auto mechanics, elec- tricity, radio, or printing, the students gained not only a general knowledge oftheir chosen field but also valuable training in the more tech- nical areas. REPAIRING car engines is one of Denny McCart's many jobs. JACK F, YOUNG, B.S. JOHN F. BLEVANS -Electricity -Photography HOMER COY -Electricity RUNNING a picture through some chemicals is Dee Bennett. CLAYTON A. ANDERSON 4Radio, TV RE PAIRING broken radios at the training school is Anthony Miller, PERRY W. CHAMNESS, M.S, -Vocational Director WELDING is one of Tom Rangel's .jobs at Vocational Training School. WORKING on an electric pump is Calvin Bayless. MACHINE SHOP is jeH' Glixman's home every afternoon as he practices skills and techniques at his various responsibilities. 64 vwqq--am.. ,ww--...M LEARNING a trade in auto mechanics is Charles Nauheim andjohn Bixel. FIXING a transistor radio is Dan Frisby. WELDING is one ofjack Burgharfs busiest and most interesting class- CS. RALPH M. CRAWFORD f Machine Shop TORRENCE HAAG Y Welding SPECIAL Education student, Alice Payne, reads a report to her class. -SPECIAL PROGRAMS Teacher-Pupil Subjects Improve Relationships NOW in its fourth year, a program of special education gave handicapped students an oppor- tunity to pursue subjects accompanied by closer teacher-student relationships. Three full-time study hall supervisors guided students during their in-school study time. The students took scholastic tests, prepared classwork, utilized li- brary facilities, and kept appointments with counselors during their study hall time. The audio-visual program and the language lab were also a part ofspecial programs. Run by special proctors, these services were available to all other departments for use as teaching aids. HELEN C. HANNA, B.S. -Senior Study Hall Usher Club IN the last few minutes ofstudy hall, juniors await the passing bell. DOROTHY L. ATER, B.S. -Sophomore Study Hall Usher Club GLEN C. LONG, B.S. -junior Study Hall Drivers Education DORIS S. BRANDON, M. Psych. -Special Education VERNON G. HAYES, M.A. -Director of Audio Visual Aids Lunch Lines MT ,Si ,si SPECIAL Education, student, Donald Huey, works on his assignments. THREADING the projector during his third hour V.E. class is jim Fitzgibbon PAYING close attention to the instructor's directions is Carol Tufliey. PROCTOR, Jerry Anderson, an- swers the switchboard in the Main Office. WITH all his proctor duties finished, Randy McGrath has time to do some homework. TEACHER proctor, Bev Cooper, pauses while grading papers. TAKING messages is only a small part of Guidance Ofhce procedures for Martha Fitzgerald and Dawna Wilkin. K .wiitswsffbr - CHECKING a student's schedule card for Miss Carter is Elaine Hirschberg. ALWAYS willing to help others, Preston Car- rington, gives Margaret Milsap directions. AMIDST papers and books, Beth McCaskie works on her homework. -PR 0 CTORS Responsible Students Add Essential Help ALTHOUGH students serving as prcotors held certain responsibilities not required in a study hall, the posts provided a quiet place to study when daily tasks were completed. Those stu- dents who assisted teachers did so by taking at- tendance, checking papers, recording grades, and running errands. Door proctors checked passes, kept watch on the doors and halls, and gave directions to school visitors. Library assist- ants were usually busy shelving or checking out books. Necessary requirements of proctors were a sense of responsibility, good use of time, and a willingness to work. 69 STUDENTS come from all the city high schools for summer courses. l W. WALTER RUSSELL, M,A. -Adult Education Director Summer School Director TAKING time out for a Coke proves refreshing on a hot summer day. -SUMMER SCHOOL Extra Summer Courses Helpful To Trojans MANY high school students from various city schools met daily at Topeka High for four or eight week sessions of summer school. Students enrolled in the many offered courses for various reasons. Some wanted to gain credits from class- es which they could not work into their regular schedules while others simply wanted to take courses which were of interest or future useful- ness. Because it was necessary to lengthen class- es and increase homework, most students found themselves working as hard as they did during the regular school year even though few enrolled in more than one course. WASHING hundreds of gym s a week is the job ofjohn Denzl Cafeteria ,..,. ...,.. , , , Mrs, Dfennan Cafeteria Secretary , . Mrs. Be -BEHIND THE SCENES Job Deserving Credit- Maintenance Of THS CARING for the halls of Troy and providing over 2000 hungry Trojans with food at noon was a challenging task handled well by the cus- todians and cafeteria staff daily. Keeping the lighting and heating systems in good working condition, the halls and classrooms clear, and laundry washed were a few of the many services performed throughout the year by the staff of custodians. Starting early each day, the cafeteria staff worked throughout the morning preparing vaious dishes to provide Trojans with balanced lunches. Topeka High could not have been run sufliciently without the cooperation and services ofthese essential groups. dell Dining Room Super i My, Bliss Cafeteria Lines .,..,,. Mr. Hayes Head Custodian . , . Mr, schwim-gg Building Engineer ,... ,,...,..,,.....,.....,. ,..,...,....,,.,,.,.. M r .Wright LISTING his duties for the day is custodian W,K. Wright. PREPARING dressing for Thanksgiving lunch is Mrs. Murdie. 71 J I 72 XX sl' Q, ww Q if E Q at "4 E3 afilhs Z WT A . T xt X tx 2 . e M Ei Sill w 0p6 mlNWI H I G H V BETWEEN registration of opening day and graduation night lie the events that make up a school year. Music and drama productions, the All-School Christmas Party, Junior-Senior Prom, and regular varsities entertained students throughout the year. Students from other lands en- joyed these events while introducing Tro- jans to other new cultures. Activities for every interest helped each person take an active part in his school. STUDENT LIFE ALL SCHOOL oH'1cers SEATED: Kristen Dutton, Carolyn Weber, Bill Barker. STANDING: Nancy Heath Roger Sallman Ron Moran Peggy Grant Travis Cook Nflikejackson, and Craig Price. President of Student Congress ..,, . . President of Student Council ..... ..., Speaker of Representative Council , . . . . . Secretary ol the Point System .... Ass't Secretary Point System Election Commissioner ..... Ass't Election Commissioner Election Clerk ,........... Ass't Election Clerk ........ President nl Judicial Council Sponsors . . . . . Travis Cook Mike Jackson Roger Sallman Kristen Dutton Carolyn Weber . . . Bill Barker . , Ron Moran . Peggy Grant . Nancy Heath . . Craig Price , . . . Mr. Pringle, Mr. Johnson -STUDENT CO UNCIL Troyis Council Applies Democratic Methods ALL-SCHOOL and class officers ofTopeka High's Student Council showed competent lead- ership and much enthusiasm this year by prom- oting and helping to pass several beneficial mo- tions. Besides successfully meeting its legislative responsibilites, the Council sponsored social ac- tivities and took an active part in other school projects. The all-school Christmas Party in December, the main event of the year for many Trojans, was one of these. The election varsity early in the year, Honor-T awards, Ofhcer PRESIDING all S h 01 ass mbl fthe Training Course in the fall, and the Christmas 0 Mk 'Ia ks Card Post Office were other worthwhile pro- jects undertaken this year. STUDENT Council members listen carefully as a new bill is proposed. 75 SPEAKER Roger Sallman presides over an early morning meet- ing. REPRESENTATIVE Council Secretary Cindy Smith takes careful minutes hl her assistant, Susan ll h k ll Mi er, c ec s -REPRESENTA TI VE C0 UNCIL Reps Strive to Better School and Colleagues TO BRING student government and the students closer together was the goal of this yearls Rep Council. Each homeroom elected a representative in the fall to at- tend the Council each week and voice their likes and dislikes as Well as their suggestions for improvements. The pur- pose ofthe Council was to insure the rights of students to share the responsi- bilities of and have a voice in their own government. Activities of Rep Council included the organization of Homecom- ing, Queen of Courts, and basketball and football season's Parents' Night. OFFICERS Speaker , . , . . R ger Sall Vice-Speaker . . . , Stuart Miller Secretary . . ..... . , .... Cindy Smith Attend nee Sec ...,,,. , Susan Miller Treas ,.... . . . M I Nunemak Parlimenta i ,.., ike Blak Sponsors ,..., K M V S k 76 SENIOR REPS FRONT ROW: Sonia Kerr, Yolande French, Linda Halleck, Sara Shelton, Wendell Lewis, Terry Waggoner, Martha Gar- retson. ROIV 2: Jon Eggers, Larry Tevis, Barbara Semon, Carlene Malmstrom, Nancy Anderson. ROIV 3: Randy Wil- liams, Herman Pruyscr, Stan Jasper, Jerry Jaramillo, Mike Francis, Paul Nusbaum. MISS- ING: Chris Petr, Paul Coleman, Judy Glynn, Alan Holt. SOPHOMORE REPS: FRONT RO W: Diane Tice- hurst, Chris Alumbaugh, Abbie McClelland, Vicki Bryant. ROIf1f'2: Don Hills, Tom Laing, Merle Nunemaker. RO W 3: Jerry Tenbrink, Billy Moore, Brad Latta. MISSING: Doug Jones, Leslie Warner, Rachael Vasquerez, Diane Sandberg, Sharon Miller, Sheryl DeWitt, Mark Neis, Ginger Foster, Kris Johnson, David Murphy, Tom Paulson. JUNIOR REPS FRONT RO W' Chris Stewart, Maryann Sachs, Gail Harden, Meredith Duerre, Os- car Truhe. ROW 2: Penny Hartner, Nila Arndt, Eva Roy, Den- nis Stansbury, Bill Edwards. RO PV 3: Jim Holt, Rick Hockenson, Joel Latta, Curt Harris. IWISS- ING: Jerry Arm- strong, "Charlie Hall, Paula Wert, Jeff Ja- cobsen, Jo Norris, Johnnie Van, Cliff Wik- sten, Sherman Parks, Debbie Moke, Sheryl Martin, Bill Dunagin. SENIOR GIRLS' COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Cindy Smith, Suzanne Davis, Kathy Simons, Mary Fitzgerald, Sharon Smith. SECOND ROW' Jane Schlieher, Patty Sne- den, janell Hutchins, Peggy Knox, Nancy Roberts THIRD ROW: Terry McClelland, Janice Bogart, Be- linda Maples, Karen Griggs, Melissa Owen. NIISSING: Doris DeLong, Judy Price, Karen Worswick, Elaine Hirschberg, Bev Cooper, Kay Bergmeier, Jane Perry. SENIOR BOYS' COUNCIL. KNEELING: Walter Hatke, Mike Stewart, Monty Clouse, Ted Nash. STANDING: Larry Cowan, Steve Banning, DuWayne Kramer, Randy McGrath, Vice-Pres., Arlen Harbaugh, Harley Lohness, See.-Treas.g Ri- Chard Hoshour, Floyd Thomas, jerry Anderson, Bill Ludwig, Pres., jerry Holstrom, Ed Bunch, Joe Montgomery. IVIISSING: john Magerkurth, Ron Reed, Stan Jasper, Sam Westfall, Mike M. Jackson, Tony Martin, Charles Anderson. 78 -SENIOR COUNCILS Upperclassmen Assist ln Additional Activities TWO boys and two girls from each senior homeroom formed the Senior Boys' and Senior Girls' Councils. These special groups accepted responsibilities assigned by the principal, and they carried out other duties not performed by Student Government. Early in the year the councils served as hosts and hostesses at the annual Topeka High Open House and were in charge of measuring for caps and gowns in pre- paring for graduation. In the spring the mem- bers and alternates handled the sale of senior announcements, directed the junior high stu- dents who visited the school, and hosted the Occupational Information Hour. SECRETARY of Senior Girls' Council, Suzanne Davis, checks roll at a meeting of the combined councils. SENIOR council members receive instructions on how to take orders for graduation announcements. 79 MILITARY ofhcials are hosted at the annual Veteran's Day Assembly. UBEAT Wyandottei' was the chant of the THS cheerleaders at one ofthe many pep assemblies. 80 -ASSEMBLIES Wide Variety Provides Interesting Assemblies BEGINNING with the '4Pledge of Allegiancen and' ending with the singing ofthe school song, each Friday morning found Trojans taking a welcome break from classroom routine. Weekly assemblies had a wide variety of entertainment ranging from rallies, election speeches, and talks from local government officials and university presidents, to amusing skits and presentation of party royalty. The Department of Performing Arts presented many of the traditional assem- blies such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter programs, as well as previews of plays. Spring brought the athletic awards, scholar- ships, Honor-T awards, and Class Day assem- blies, bringing the year to a close. Imagination and enthusiasm helped to make Troy's assem- blies of top quality. A FORMER THS student, Mrs. Brad Sheafor, and her two sons entertain at the Christmas assembly with "Little Drummer Boy." I SECTION editors, Judy Dula and Jane ' d'd h'h gt' :ptr Schlicher, eci e W xc ne awe 0 r -THE SUNFLQWER Activities, Deadlines Create A Hectic Year TOPEKA High's 1967 SUNFLOWER was published this year by its able staff of fourteen members. Each literary editor saw that every deadline was met on time with the fullest effi- ciency. Editor and advisor worked side-by-side double-checking each page layout and making plans. The staff was kept busy planning photo- graphs, arranging layouts, and writing copy and headlines. They attempted to produce a most successful and well-planned yearbook con- taining all the yearls social and academic activi- ties. In an ambitious atmosphere, the staff met each day in the Journalism room fourth hour, besides putting in extra time before and after school and at home. TOR K thy Sas h k l y done by assistant editors, Nancy Anderson and Pam Wohlgemuth HARD at work on the sports sec- tion of the '67 Sunflower are .Ion Eggers, Mike jack- son and Dan Duncan Editor ......,... Assistant Editors Business Manager Photographers . . Judy Dula Dan Duncan Kristen Dutton Zeke Low Advisor - I - ADVISOR Mrs. Schulteis helps editor, Kathy Sassaman, find 'just the right wordf' SUNFLOWER STAFF SECTION EDITORS COPY W R IT ERS Rick Torrence . . , Kathy Sassaman . . . Nancy Anderson Pam Wohlgemuth ........ Linda Halleck TimGiIlesse Lyle Humperi, Vic Poleet Marc Spratt Jon Eggers Mike Jackson Jane Schlicher Diana Rickson . . . . Mrs. Schulteis SECTION editor, Kristen Dutton, consults Diana Rickson about copy. COPY writers, Zeke Low and Rick Torrence, strive for originality Hi H LOOKING through past issues of the WORLD are Randy McGrath, Cynthia Delgado, Craig Price, and Sharlett Rissen. STAFF photographers, Tim Gillesse, Vic Poteet, and Lyle Humpert change roles as their picture is taken. -WORLD Staff Meets Deadlines For Weekly Publication EACH week Trojans received the student- published newspaper, The WORLD. Activities in and around school filled four informative pages. This year a major change was made on the staff. Instead of having one editor-in-chief, there were two co-editors, which made the load of responsibility and work lighter. Three new columns were started: "Muses" by Melissa Owen, the Faculty Corner where a teacher ex- pressed his views of a situation in an editorial, and a sports column by Les Kurtz. The Christ- mas literary edition featuring short stories and poetry by THS writers as well as student adver- tising, and the special graduation edition were two highlights. CO-EDITORS Janice Bogart and Marsha Martin chuckle over a reporter's mistake. SPORTS editor Les Kurtz begins work on his column l l 2 I I IDEAS come to mind for editorials by Melissa Owen. GETTING the facts about her story from Bob Wellborn is Margaret Rayburn. COLLABORATING on page assignments are Nancy Roberts and Cindy George. Co-Editors ,... Editorial Editor ...... Assoc. Editorial Editor . . . News Editor ,... ..,, Feature Editor .,.... Assoc. Feature Editor PHONING for ad appointments is a daily task for Floyd Thomas and Karl Menninger. -STA FF . . . Janice Bogart Mersha Martin . . . . Melissa Owen . . . . , Craig Price . . . . Cindy George . . . . Cynthia Delgado . . . . Mike Martin Sports Editor .,..,... Assoc. Sports Editor . . Reporters .... ...... ..... Lester Kurtz . . ............,..... Randy McGrath . . , . . . . , . Margaret Rayburn, Sharlett Rissen Advertising Manager ......... ......,.................. Nancy Roberts, Paige Weber, Bob Wellborn Floyd Thomas Assoc. Advertising Manager ..,. ..,. K arl Menninger Circulation Manager ....... ....,..... C onnie Wilson Assoc. Circulation Manager . . . ......... Marsha Burroughs Photographers . . . .....,.. .,.. T im Gillesse,Victor Poteet Assoc. Photographers . , . .....,.. Lyle Humport. Craig Sweeney Mark Spratt Advisors .,.. . . . . Mrs. Trella Schulteis. Mr. Clyde Gilbert 86 -BELINDA ME 2' ER jolly Good, Cheerio' Fascinating To Trojans HAVING lived in the US for one year as a for- eign exchange student, Belinda Meyer has both learned and introduced new cultures. Belindajs family in Florida, South Africa consists of her parents, two brothers, and two sisters. In Amer- ica she was a member of Candy Hedberg's fami- ly. She played the violin and was active in Tope- ka Youth Symphonies and THS orchestra. At her school each day's courses were different MODERN civilization is reflected in Belinda's home town of Johannesburg. from the previous, and students were required to wear uniforms. She felt that student govern- ment at THS was very effective and hoped to carry some of its ideas back to her school. Through the AFS program, Belinda has formed close bonds with Trojans, learning that all peo- ple of the world are basically the same. WATCHING television was a new experience for Belinda. A FAVORITE family sport was ping-pong. Be- linda and Candy formed a good team in doubles SHOWING a native costume of Af- rica, Belinda models a Bantu blanket for Candy Hedberg, Mr. Hedberg, Mrs. Hedberg, and Kevin Hedberg. LOCATED on a hillside, Sonia's home reflects beauty in Brazil. HAPPY to arrive home after a busy day at school, Sonia enters her American home. SINGING around the piano was their favorite family activity. Sonia, Mr. Charles Mar- ling, Mary Marling, and Mrs. Marling sing a selection from f'My Fair Lady". ROASTING marshmellows in the Fire- place was a unique experience for Sonia. -S ONIA KERR Simple American Life Impresses Brazilian SAO PAULO, Brazil is the home of Sonia Kerr, a THS student, who lived in the US for one year with Mary Marling's family. Her Brazilian family consists of two brothers and her parents. In her free time Sonia enjoyed sing- ing and playing her guitar. School in Brazil was six days a week, although students only went half a day. She liked the many clubs in THS5 her school had only an association enabling them to take field trips to factories. She was impressed with the fact that life in America was so easy and that people found the simple ways to do things. She also noticed the great freedom that teens seemed to have. Both Sonia and Tro- jans strengthened youth ties as a result of this exchange. PRESIDENTS of Troy's clubs were also members ofthe Coun- cil. SEA TED: Kathy Sassaman, Diana Dougan, Kathy Rowe, Melissa Owen, Pat Crouch, Peggy Grant, Kris Dutton,ja- nice Bogart, and Kathy Cook. STANDING: Russ Beasley, Mike Jackson, Mike Blakely, Rob Balsters, Les Kurtz, Bruce Mallory, Jerry Jaramillo, Travis Cook, Bill Barker, Mike Lud- wig, Randy Williams, and Dave Hiebert. IVIISSING: Monty Clouse, Sheelah Dougherty, Jon Eggers, Cindy George, Walter CHIEFjustiee...Craig Price. Hatke, Patty Hillrichs, Tammy Luedtke, Kevin Miller, Sara Shelton. -PRESIDEJVTS C O UNCIL rganization Sponsors Leadership Training GATHERING together for meetings at various times during the year, was the relatively new Presidents' Council. The group consistingiof the presidents of each club at Troy, listenedeto speakers and discussed such topics as parlia- mentary procedure, how to increase club mem- bers' participation, and leadership training. The organization was sponsored by Principal Glenn E. Burnette. -JUDICIAL COUNCIL TH Code Enforced With Help Of Council HAVING existed at Topeka High for many years, Judicial Council was put into effect for the first time this year. Organized to take some of the burden off of the counselors, the Council was a great success. With the help of the faculty and students, the Trojan Code was more fully enforced than ever before. 88 JURORS for 1967 were: Mary Lowther, Cathy Clingenpeel, Floyd Thomas, Chuck Nunemakcr, Connie Meyer, Mark McHenry, Craig Price, Chief justice, Cheryl Atteberry, and Bill Smith. -SCIENCE FAIR Experiments Achieve Excellence And Honors TROJANS entered in the Topeka Regional Science Fair in April and gained valuable ex- perience and knowledge through their various worthwhile experiments. The students started these projects far in advance, many at the begin- ning of school, in order to complete them with- out rushing and to recheck their results. Trojans placed high on the list of honors. YOUNG scientist Richard Flem- ing proceeds with final phases of his Science Fair exhibit. -MODEL U.N. Delegates Gain Insight Cn Worldwide AHAairs TROJAN delegations to the Model United Na- tions, under the direction of sponsors Mr. Hill, Mr. Van Slyck, and Mr. Dilly, showed their leadership and initiative at the fourth annual mock U.N. session March 28. Troy sent repre- sentatives from eight countries, including the U.S.A., Philippines, Kuwait, Brazil, Burma, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Greece. DUSCUSSING plans for the Model U.N. arejuniors Karl Menninger and Diane Powers. 90 -BELLA M T Cherry Creek Chosen To Receive 1966 Award CHERRY Creek High School of Englewood, Colorado, was chosen as the 1966 Bellamy Award recipient. Topeka High School sent a delegation to the ceremony which consisted of offical representative Mike Jackson, Kristen Dutton, Marsha Martin, Roger Sallman, facul- ty sponsor Miss Martha Herrick, and principal Mr. Glenn Burnette. OFFICIAL representative, Mike Jackson, presents a tra ditional picture of the tower to the Bellamy school THS REPS to Cherry Creek were Mr. Burnette, Kristen Dutton, Miss Martha Herrick, Mike jackson, Miss Margaret Miller, National Bellamy director, Marsha Martin, and Roger Sallman. CHERRY Creek's award assembly opened with the flag salute. The mammoth U.S. flag was an appropriate backdrop. -N.2C- WASHINGTON TOUR Travelers View Their Countryis Heritages INFORMED citizens of tomorrow are the high school students of today. The Kansas Council on World Affairs annually sponsors a tour for juniors and seniors to Washington, D.C., New York City, and the United Nations. Trojans left by train April 9 for the trip. They toured the Lincoln Memorial, Congressional Library, Mt. Vernon, Arlington National Cemetery, the White House, Washington Monument, and the capital building. In New York they saw the Empire State Building, Greenwich village, China Town, Wall Street, the United Nations, and took a boat ride to the Statue ofLiberty. They enjoyed shopping on Fifth Avenue. Through this trip, a deeper understanding of government was gained, as well as a feeling of FACULTYSPOUSOTfmhmurislvlrujohnsonu deep pride in this countryis heritage. PARTICIPATING in the tour are thirty-nine THS students. FIRST RO W: Alyce Hart, Patty Sneden, Sharon Harden, Marilyn Pettit, Terry Waggoner, Pam Graham, Cheryl Gehrt, Susan Lassman, and Loyce Gardner. SECOND ROW: Patricia Kintner, Eilene Broadus, Sara Brew- er Freida Gray Christine 'Vlyrick Laura Keller Vicky Smith Diana Rickson and Marsha Burroughs THIRD RO W' Jerry Anderson James Self on Eggers Paul Nusbaum Becky Booth Mary jane Taylor Patty Donovan Jane Perry Karen Zwmgelberg udy Lambert Karl Men ninger and oe Gubanyi MISSING Dolan Bayless Nancy Carlson oe Goodwin Beverly Hier Cheryl Harrier Cosa Linscott Karen Wor swick andjerryjaramillo DANCING in the street before his wedding is Alfred Doolittle and Mrs. Hopkins, HOWP' HOW!" screams Eliza as she snatehes coins from the street DRESS rehearsal is tiring to members ofthe orchestra and stage crews. I AIN'T no guttersnipel' Eliza yells to Higgins. LOTS of chocolate for me to eat Lots ofcoal makin lots of heat Oh wouldn t it be loverly 'SI WILL never let a woman in my lifeln sings Higgins to Pickering. ELIZA meets society at the Ascot races. -'MT FAIR LADY' Experiment Changes Cockney To Duchess LONDON is the scene of an experiment in- volving the lives of three people. A scholar of phonetics, Henry Higgins, makes a bet with Colonel Pickering that he can transform a Cock- ney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, into a Duchess. Eliza must learn new manners and a new speech. She wins the heart of Freddy at the As- cot races, and then goes to the Embassy Ball. She passes her test, and Higgins wins his bet. However, Eliza has fallen in love with him, and when he takes all the credit,.she is deeply hurt and runs away. Higgins, shocked when he Hnds her missing, searches frantically for her. Sud- denly he realizes how important she is to him as a woman. Contentment and happiness fill him when he looks up from his sorrow to see Eliza has come home to him. ANGERED by her Flippancy, Higgins is tempted to strangle Eliza. GLEEFULLY dancing the night away are Eliza and Higgins. 'GDON'T talk of love burning inside. If you're in love, show me. Eliza tantalizes Freddy. WAL 94 TZING at the Embassy Ball with Zolton Karpathy. Mrs. Eynsford-Hill . . , Eliza Doolittle . . . . . . Freddy Eynsford-Hill . . , Colonel Pickering .... Henry Higgins , . Selsey Man . . . Hoxton Man . . First Cockney ,.,. Second Cockney . , Third Cockney . . , Fourth Cockney . . Bartender ,..,,... Allred P. Doolittle , . Mrs. Pearce .... Mrs. Hopkins ,... Butler ......., Mrs. Higgins . .. Chaffeur ....,,.. Lord Boxington .,,. Lady Boxington .,.. Constable . . . . Flower Girl . . , Zoltan Karpathy ,,...,, Queen of Transylvania , . . Ambassador ..,.., . Mrs. Higgins' Maid , . Steward ....... Pages ..,, Musical Directors . . , Dramatic Coach .... Choreography . . , Stage Craft ..,.,.., Business Manager ,... Costumes ........,.. Properties and Lighting . . . Printing ....,....,... Usher Club . . Journalism .............., , Director of Musical Activities . . . CAST . . Martha Garretson , . . , Patty Crouch . .. Bill Edwards , . David Hiebert . , Joe Warner JimCarlin .. . . Tom Targownik .,... Clinton Laing . , . Mark Nordstrom . . . . Ray Tucker . JeHTempIin . Mark Morehouse . , . Jack Targownik . , . Carolyn Weber , . . . Peggy Knox . . , Bruce Perney . . . Melissa Owen . , David Huss . , . Larry Kane . . Barbara Butler .. KennethCrowI . . . Jeanne Rice , . Greg Payton . . Virginia Tucker ,.. Jeff Templin Paulawert RobertCook . . . Bill Beasley, Don Dougherty, Jim Smith, Bruce Honeyman STAFF Elbert M. Fly, Jr.. Larry Williams Mrs.RubyReed . . . Mrs. Claude Spencer DonNewby BrucaHoad . . . Mrs. Mary Beth Schroff . . . . Miss Martha Herrick ....... Clyde Gilbert . , . . . Mrs. Helen Hanna . , . . Mrs. Trella Schulteis ..,,..,.C.J.McKee . . . .,,. .v.Q,,.,.. L 7 BEING carried to a fate worse than death, his wedding, is the new moralist, Alfred P. Doolittle. PURE CONTENTMENT shows on the face of Higgins when Eliza returns to him. SOUND asleep while Eliza learns her vowels is Colonel Pickering, HKIUST you wait, Henry Hig- gins, just you wait! shouts Eliza. He's awfully young isn't he - to be vice-president," Essie exclaimed. October 28, 1966 CAST Grandpa . Penny . . . Paul . . . Flheba ..,..,.. Mr. De Pinna .. , Ed , . . , . , . , . Essie ,,., Alice , . . , . Tony Kirby . , Mrs. Kirby . . , Mr. Kirby . , Donald ..,. Gay .. ,, . Henderson ,. Olga ...., Kolenkhov . , . . G-men .. .. STAFF Student Director , . Assistant ,.... Properties . . Costumes . . . Publicity . Play Director , Assistant ..,. . . . . Stagecraft Manager . . . , . Dave Hiebert . , . Chris Myrick . . Greg Payton , . Melissa Owen , . . Joe Warner . Peter Graumann , . . . Lucy Harmon . , . . . Kathy Petr . . Carlos Rumbant . . . , Barb Butler .,... David Key . . , Tom Targownik .. . . , Pat Crouch EdBum:h .. .. . . Naomi Glixman , , . . , . . Jack Targownik Dan Wolfe, Bob Welborn. Nick Cunningham . . . Carolyn Weber . . . Susan Lassman ....,.. Nancy Heath . . Carlena Malmstrom . , . . Margaret Rayburn . . , . , . Miss Herrick . . , Mrs. Reed ,...Mr. Newby Putting herself into the role of another person, Linda Bass tries out for 'iYou Ca.n't Take It With Youfi WELL ll I EMtClb -YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU Unique Family Sets Uproarious Times EXPLODING fireworks created the atmos- phere for HYou Can7t Take It With Youw, by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The come- dy concerned an unusual family of nine, each pursuing his own strange interests. Grandpa, the head of the household, owed the government twenty-four years of back taxes. Penny wrote obscene plays to make use of a typewriter de- livered by mistake. Her daughter, Alice, fell in love with Tony Kirby, the vice president ofa large firm. Problems arose, however, when their families met and discovered the contrasting so- cial diFferences. Effective lighting and realistic Victorian setting made the plot believable. 97 -WATER SHOW Aquanauts Play, Romp Through Live Toyland CONCLUDIN G seven months of planning and hard practice, the annual Squid Club show be- came a reality on the evenings of April 5,6,7. Starting in the fall, the ofhcers and sponsors tackled the computer-likejob of placing all members in several numbers, choosing a theme, and assigning choreographers. Music was cho- sen and practices began. After-school time was donated to the tiring rehearsals, which often resulted in major revisions. Much to the relief and satisfaction of the swimmers as well as the enjoyment of the spectators, the performances Hnally came. Dolls played, airplanes buzzed, and fire engines raced in the Squid's Toyland. FIREMEN ' p r ' ' 1 t f th y p t iron out the rough s 0 s in their rou ine a one 0 e man rac ice sessions. CLOWN Capers were performed by Nancy Patzkowsky. RAGGEDY Ann and Andies...Roger Sallman, Pat Crouch, and john Magerkurth. GINGHAM dog and calico cat . . . Marti Fitzgerald and Pat Crouch. 'LHEAR no evil, see no evil, speak no evil". Monkeys Sara Shelton and Debbie Vogel portray their scheming ways. BEGINNING the long reception line were Jon Eggers, Sara Shelton, Rob Balsters, and Kristen Dutton greeting Principal Glen E. Burnette. A HUGE Christmas tree illustrated the theme with "A Partridge In A Pear Treeu. 100 HIGHLIGHT of the program was the presen- tation of the royalty and the crowning of king and queen of the beautifully decorated stage -ALL-scHooL PARTY Gala Christmas Affair Honors Royal Couples PARTRIDGES and a giant Christmas tree completed the g'Twelve Days of Christmas" to usher in the Yuletide season at the annual All- School Party Dec. 17. Madrigals presented music for the program, which was highlighted with the crowning of Queen Sally Sandmeyer and King Preston Carrington. The royal couple and their attendants then moved to the cafeteria to form a receiving line. After congratulations they started the First dance, which led to a spar- kling evening. Refreshments of cake and punch were served. The combined efforts of Student Congress and class sponsors helped to make the party one of the year's highlights. Y. fx MS' fx A tif? eff? ff? 357 ar 215 wi K 57' if ,, -ff' . 155 " T T , ,se...' '57 W" A . X . ii A A X i g l i ' -1, vii , . ,ff , f 324' W-fu-mind ,M 5 Patty Crouch Sally Sandmeyer Mike Jackson Travis Cook Cosa Linscott Roger Sallman Myrtle Pearson Kristen Dutton Preston Carrington. Rob Balsters Sara Shelton .lon Eggers 103 QU EEN KING Sally Sandmeyer Preston Carrington RADIANT withjoy, Queen Sally Sandmeyer is crowned by King Preston Carrington. December 1 7 , 1966 5 4 K :E i Q 1 1 65 vw To SSLQNW O S H 554 0 E Qi T Kg W aalgis 4 5 ,laws mlNWlm ii Q HIGH NECESSARY need for social activity was met adequately with more than thir- ty clubs and organizations. Clubs helped the student to use his academic learning outside of the classroom and to further hobbies and interests. Service organiza- tions served the community in various projects. The Officers' Training Course was open to all oflicers ofclubs for the purpose of strengthening their leader- ship. These programs aided students in school spirit and participation. CRGANIZATIONS -AFS cowvcrr Council Aim Is Peace Through Understanding THE leadership of AFS Council was shown this year by bringing the Trojan AFS Club a suc- cessful season, the profits of which will bring two new foreign students to Troy next year and help send Trojans abroad. The two foreign stu- dents sponsored by AFS Club this year were Belinda Meyer from South Africa and Sonia Kerr from Brazil. The council helped make their stay at THS a more enjoyable and profita- ble one for them and for all Trojans by promot- ing understanding between our culture and theirs and by sponsoring many interesting and successful school activities in which all THS students had a chance to participate. O CEHS Prvside f - ' - V ......., LBS KUI11 Vice-Pres ....,.., Virginia Nome' SUCYGKHYY ---v Sandy Dimmi!! Treasurer . . . Floyd Thomas Pf09ram Chrm Mike Blakely Sponsor ,. . . Mrs, Boy' MEMBERS of AFS Council gather at the September city- d t 108 FOREIGN students Lindie Meyer and Sonia Kerr are presented to AFS Club by Mrs. Boylan. SOUVENIRS of are shown to the club b a summer ri y Vlrs Henninger -AFS CLUB Club Supports Council In Improving Relations AFS Club, in only its third year at Topeka High, grew to be one of the largest and most active clubs in Troy. Although it was largely the responsibility of AFS Council to plan pro- grams and projects, they could not have been successful without the excellent participation of the club members, who were always willing to help in such events as a hootenanny, a rum- mage sale, and the faculty-senior men basket- ball game. Besides working diligently to sup- port the next yearis club, students participated in the many fine monthly programs to increase their understanding of the world, its problems, and its people. 109 DISCUSSION of military assistance to foreign countries is not the only thing about which de baters gather. Floyd Thomas, Coach Ad Eley, and Cindy George enjoy the annual fall picnic -NFL Forensics Excellence- Trojan Debaters, Goal UNDER the sponsorship of a new debate coach, Troy's society of speakers flourished. In November, the debaters hosted the 32nd Annual THS Invitational Tournament, the oldest in the state. .Intricate scheduling, training of .judges and timekeepers, and tabulating results were NFL members, duties. Trojan debaters partici- pated in the NFL debate tournament in Decem- ber, and Troyis best speakers competed in the NFL speech festival. Trojans took the place of the state representatives and senators when they attended NFL Student Congress in May. Pic- nics opened and closed the year, and a spring banquet brought back memories of the year and recognition to NFL members. OFFICERS President . . . ..,., Monty Clou Vice-Pres. .,..., . . . Dave Hiebert Secretary ,,,.,., ....... G reg Payton Ass't. Sec. ....,.,. ....... M ary Sachs Social Chvmn. ...,. . .Floyd Thomas T urer . . . ,. .Karl Menninger 110 -MATH CLUB National Society Gives Mathematics To Seniors Mu Alpha Theta, the national honorary math society, entertained various speakers at meet- ings twice each month. To be eligible for the club, a student had to be a senior currently enrolled in his third year of math and also had to have a UB" average. The purpose of the club was to encourage students to continue in the field of mathematics. 0 C S Presid alsters Vice-Pres. Craig Price Sec.-Treas. 4 Wyatt ponsor .. . N rris EARLY-MORNING thinking challenges Trojans. 1 FINAL plans for a meeting are decided by Mrs. Norris, Janet Wyatt, and Rob Balsters. -CHESS CLUB Game Aids Participants To Figure Strategically AN interest in chess was the only requirement to join Topeka High's quietest club. Chess Club collected no dues and had no fund-raising pro- jects. Games and tournaments provided mem- bers with relaxation and fellowship. Room 200 on Wednesday mornings found chess-minded students in quiet contemplation of the game. OFFICE S Williams .. a Cli n Laing UV President Vice-Pres. ....... . . Sec.-Treas ........ V... J im B88 Spon or ...... R bv N0fl'iS 111 REPORTS on thej.C.L. Convention are casual- ly asked for by President Bruce Mallory, while Floyd Thomas listens intently, -KET CLUB Led By Kiwanis Men, Boys Provide Service BOYS who belonged to Key Club combined their efforts in enjoyment of mutual interests as well as in service to the school. Sponsored by Kiwanis Club, Key Club members planted trees on Arbor Day, assisted with the Pet Parade, and published the school directory for a money- making proj ect, 0 S resident Travis Cook ' 9- Bsi .... Randy Williams S . Floyd Thomas sn Harbaugh Buildin an Millar 112 -JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Club Studies Cultures- Creek And Roman Life THIS yearns junior Classical League was last year's Latin Club. Its programs included the JCL convention and picnic as well as the annual Roman Banquet. The purpose of the League was to help students obtain a knowledge of Roman life and also an understanding ofthe practical and cultural values of Creek and Lat- in. d , a ory Vice-President Jon Blandin Soc.-Trees . .,... . . . a Weber Sponsor ...,.. M . a USING typical auctioneer's wares, Mr, Kenneth Crews demon- strates his talent to Key Club. VICE-PRESIDENT Bob Sieh conducts a business meeting in the absence of the president. VIEWS are expressed by a member of the Kansas Engineer- ing Society, Mr. William Hess. PRESIDENT Mike Blakely and Mr. Jones consider possibilities for speakers for their future programs. gms 'Future Engineers Study Interests, Opportunities JUNIOR Engineering Society, JETS, is one of Topeka High's newest clubs. Supported by the Kansas Engineering Society, JETS was de- signed to promote engineering interests in its members. At bi-weekly meetings boys listened to speakers, heard lecturers, watched Films, and viewed various demonstrations. One of the highlights of the year was a visit to Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Day in October at Kansas University. At the University mem- bers heard lectures and were entertained by tours through the exhibits. OFFICERS President ..,. ...,.. M ike Blakely Vice-Preside t . ...., Bobs h Sec.-Treas ,... , . . Joel Latta Sponsor ,.. ... .. Mr.Jones 113 114 OFFICERS Cindy Schreiber, Monty Clouse, and Curt Harris discuss the agenda for the next week's meeting. -GERMAN CL UB Foreign Study Includes History And Customs MOST of the students taking German at Topeka High who wished to extend their knowledge beyond that ofthe language were active in Ger- man Glub. The members learned much about German literature, customs, people, and history at the many interesting programs. Besides hav- ing films and speakers, the club carried out plans for a dance, a German dinner, a picnic, and a hay-rack ride. To raise money for these and other events, the members sold cokes after school, participated in the inter-language var- sity, and sponsored several other money-making projects. OFFICERS P esident . , . , ...., Russ Beasley Vice-President ..,.... Monty Clouse Secretary ...,... , . . , . . . Cynthia Schreiber Treasurer . . , Harris ........Curt Sergeant-at-A m .,... . . , Karl Menninger Sponsor ...,.,... , , , . . . , Mr. Swsnson CLUB meetings provide an authentic German background by playing German records. M. ,. MW -n .f ff .--tat,-,-we-w-f ,urn ,,,,,....MW-,,.u,,m..f.,m.,.W .Mt , W PRESIDENT Cindy George leads discussion on the banquet. PRINCIPAL of East Topeka Junior High School, Otto Bodenhausen, gives future educators ideas about teaching. I TOMORROW'S teachers gather to listen to aspects ofteaching. -FUTURE TEACHERS Instruction Captivates Tornorrowis Teachers TOPEKA High students with an interest in teaching as a career were enabled to explore more closely the many fields of the profession in the Future Teachers Association. Programs were planned to help the members better pre- pare for a teaching career. Some ofthe more helpful programs were those at which profes- sional educators or student teachers provided information based on their own experiences, problems, and ideas. By sponsoring several money-raising projects, the club was able to send delegates to the annual state convention. The members also carried out plans for a Christmas breakfast and the annual spring ban- quet. OFFICERS President ....... . , Cindy George Vice-Pr ident ...... Diana Doug Soc.-Treo .,.... ............ S uzanna Davis Reporter ,..,. .......,......,... I da Causey Sponsor . . ...,.. Mr. Hind, Miss Ham, Mr. Eley 115 -LIBRARY CLUB Literary Minds Explore Adventures in Reading SUITABM, k f 1 LIBRARY Club found many ways of increasing their literary knowledge by sponsoring various activities this year. Being an active club, they were kept busy with these projects all year. The club attended talks throughout the year given by various speakers on popular books. ln the fall they sponsored a car wash. This was to raise money for their activities which included a trip to Abilene. A Christmas party was held in De- cember for members of the club. Talks were giv- en to the club by both of the foreign students. Representatives of Library Club attended the KLASS Convention in Emporia this spring. The club also had a recognition breakfast for veteran members. GOOD book OF CERS P d J gg rs Vice-Pres cl D S b ry Program Cha d N h Sec,-Treas , , . . Sk H d Sponsor . F MEMBERS raise money by sponsoring a car wash. 116 USHERS gather before the performance to get final instructions. INDICATING the proper seat, Linda Groves helps a guest. USHER Claudia Sleehta gives programs to play-goers. -USHER CLUB Service Group Assists Dramatic Productions USHER club proved to be one of the most vital service clubs at THS this year. The members added to the success ofTrojan dramatic and musical productions by efficiently seating the eager audiences who attended these perform- ances. They met before each production to pre- pare programs and receive ushering assign- ments. The male members attended the per- formances dressed in suits, and the girls wore formal gowns. All displayed the utmost courtesy and respect towards all who came. Since they were a service club with the sole purpose of ush- ering plays and the operetta, the club found no need for dues, oHficers, or regular meetings. OFFICERS Head Ush r ..... . , Randy Williams Sponsors . , ...., Mrs. Hanna, Mrs. Ater -FUTURE H OMEMAKERS Planning The Future Home Life Cf Interest FHA was successful during the year in fulfilling its purpose of preparing its members for future life in the home. Programs were planned a- round objectives provided by the FHA National Program of Work. They concerned such things as good health, careers, morals, family rela- tions, good manners, citizenship, budgeting, and individuality. Specific programs included a speech by Dr. Evelyn Cendel on maintaining correct weight, a foreign foods buffet for which the girls prepared dishes from countries of the city AFS students, a Christmas party for under- priviledged children, speeches by both of Tope- F OREIGNERS Lindie Meyer, Sonia Kerr try exotic foods ka High's AFS students, and the annual instal- lation and tea in May. OFFICERS Preside . Kathy Cook Vice-Presid Maren Longren Secretary ..., . Carol Voigt Treasurer .... M Keeshan Reporter ..... G Ca e Historian ..,.. Terrl Tyl Publicity Ch D bh Davidso Parliament El ne Hirschberg Songleader . . . .... Pam Weber 118 K PRESIDENT Kathryn Cook decorates Christ- mas presents for children. PACKING food for a needy family is Maren Longren. 'KPEEK-A-BOO"-Tom Targownik. GRIMACING as his make-up is ap- plied, jack Targownik is readied for the play by Mrs. Reed. IN the Masque and Wig production, David Hiebert portrays Grandpa. - THESPIAN S Actors, Actresses oin Theatrical Endeavors THOSE students who contributed the most to Troy's dramatic productions were selected as members of Thespians. The National Thespian Society is an organization designed to promote the dramatic arts in secondary schools. Its aims are to advance standards of excellence in all phases of dramatics and to create an active in- terest in dramatics among high school students. In addition to supervising tryouts for various productions, the members sponsored the All- School play. In the spring, the students who had qualihed for membership during the year were initiated at the annual dinner. OFFICERS President ...... .......... ...... M e Iissa Owen Vice-President .,.. .,... . Peter Greumann Secretary-Treasurer ,....,.... Carolyn Weber Sponsors ..,.. ..... M iss Herrick, Mrs. Reed GOING through make-up application, veteran Thespian, joe Warner, contemplates his role as Mr. DePinna. I -SQUID CLUB Swimmers Fascinated By Water Ballet Design VETERAN squids and former tadpoles joined together this year to form the 66-67 Topeka High School Squid Club after the initiation of the tadpoles in the fall at achili supper. The club practiced weekly throughout the year working towards their climax, a three-night water show which was given in the spring. The show featured various members of the club ex- hibiting their skill at diving, dancing, and sym- metrical group swimming. The hard work and long hours of practice, put in by the girls during the months before the show, paid off this year by enabling the club to present an excellent ar- rangement of entertainment. OFFICERS President . , .......,, P tC uch Vice-President . ......, Martha Fitzg Id Secretary ,..., ,...,.. D ebb V g I N yA d Treasurer . . . .,.. . . anc Program Chairmen , . . C a Linscott, Jo N Sponsor .....,... ........ M rs. Spen OFFICERS gather at the pool before a practice. Pat Crouch, Marti Fitzgerald, Debbie Vogel, Nancy Anderson, Cosa Linscott, andjo Norris. PRACTICING alone, Susan Miller perfects a stroke PERFECTION is one goal of Squid Club members. WEST SIDE STORY"-Patty Donovan i E MTHE TOURIST" - Debbie Adamson. DANCERS perform clown capers HFOLK MEDLEYU - Kay Burgess. LITTLE girl at heart, Sara Shelton, performs the dance that she helped choreograph, "Gigi" -MODERN DANCE Frolic, Capers Create Artistic Forms, Designs MODERN DANCE had three objectives this year. The first was to offer students the oppor- tunity for dance, composition, and performance. The second was to stimulate interest in dance and to foster standards of performance, appre- ciation, and to promote understanding of dance as an art. The third purpose was to organize and present a dance show. Early in November the club joined with the THS Orchestra in pre- senting the annual Pop Concert. They gave their own show l'Son et Lumiere" later in the month besides taking part in one of the most entertaining assemblies of the year. ONE of the many positions OFFICERS Pres d nt ..... Sara Shelton Vice-Preside t . . Terri McClelland Secretary ..... ..... D ebby Adamson Treasurer .... . , .,..,.,.. Peggy Carroll Pro-gram Chrmn . . . . J dy Bla kwood. Lynda Malloy Sponsor ....... . .. ,. . , . Mrs. Spence of modern dance is demonstrated by Lee Ann Meyers. MROCK 'N ROLLU - Cosa Linscott, Diana Dougan, Tom Targownik i E WORKING on one ofthe Ionians' money-making projects, Walter Hatke puts the finishing touches on posters. -IONIANS Club Members Explore Various Fields Cf Art MANY of Topeka High's art students were given a chance to pursue their interest in the subject by joining Ionians. Members were able to explore the various fields of art and develop their personal talents through the many profita- ble programs and trips, including a visit to Nel- son Art Gallery in Kansas City. The club raised money for such events by making posters for other organizations and by sponsoring a Christ- mas art sale. The sale, along with a student ex- hibition, also served to further the club's pri- mary objective, the promotion of art apprecia- tion in Topeka High. OFFICERS President , , Secretary-Tre .,,...WaIterHatka asurer , . Cynthia Oakes Activities Chairman .... . . , . Micky Brokaw Sponsor . . , .,,.Mrs.Bass 124 EXA VIININC paintings, David Murphy patronizes the art sale. SPONSOR Mrs. Lingo and Diana Dougan check reports of the treasury. MEMBERS Terri Tyler, Kristen Dutton, and Chris Stewart con- sider possibilities for service projects. BUYING a Queen of Courts Carnation for his date, Ted Nash con- tributes to the jr. Red Cross. -JR. RED cfeoss Volunteer Assistance Gives Self-Fulfillment RED CROSS Club was one of the most active service clubs at Topeka High this year. Mem- bers sold mums during Homecoming season and carnations during Queen of Courts season in order to raise money for the many charitable projects they undertook. The club adopted nee- dy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas, giving gifts of food, clothing, and other useful items. Throughout the year, many members served as volunteers at the city hospitals and the Kansas Neurological Institute. In the summer, some students contributed time, also as volun- teers, at the Topeka State Hospital. OFFICERS President .,... D Doug Vice-Presida t . . . . Sonia Kerr Secretary ..... . , . . . . Chris Stewart Treasurar .... ,........,.. T efry Waggoner Sponsors . . ....,. Mrs. Lingo, Mrs. McKeever 125 126 -QUILL AND ScRoLL International Society Initiates journalists OUTSTANDING Trojan journalists from the staffs of the World and the Sunflower were selected as candidates for Quill and Scroll, In- ternational Honorary journalism Society. In Gctober these students, along with those who had become members the previous year, met at Lake Shawnee for an initiation picnic at which the candidates became pledges. In March the club met at Kansas University with several oth- er schools for a formal initiation of members. Quill and Scrollers participated in such money- raising projects as selling yearbook covers and extra World and Sunflower photographs. The club also sponsored the yearbook varsity. Presid ssaman Vice-Pres B e urtz ecretary-Tre a S MAKING party favors, Sue Morrissey, Bobbie Hoefer, Terry Tyler, and Tammy Luedtke cut out hearts. -T-TEENS Girls Receive Advice Concerning Problems Y-TEENS, sponsored by the YWCA, per- formed many services for the school and com- munity this year. Personal problems, such as dating, marriage, and home life were discussed at club meetings. Several money-making pro- jects were used to finance club activities during the year. or lcens President . . . - Tammv Luvdtke Vice4President . . . . . Terri TYUBI' secretary I I Q B bbie Hoefer Treasurer El i BJ 95 Sponsor . . M ' HELPING ata game, Renae Martin accepts Tom Laing's ticket. Volunteers Aid Guests Games Performances 7 ON numerous occasions and under various conditions, cadets willingly responded whenever they were needed. Whether braving the weather to take tickets and sell refreshments at games, helping play an.d operetta guests find their seats, or working in the check-stand at varsities and parties, the cadets performed their duties cheer- fully and efficiently. Sponsors ,,., Mrs. Mckeever, Mr. Bayless, Mr. Shoyer, . as -BUSINESS CLUBS . cTricks Of The Tracie' Include Buying, Selling The Business Education Clubs of Kansas, or B.E.C.K. as it is known, played an active part in Troy last year by working more than 792 hours in the concession stand at the basketball games. B.E.C.K. was devoted to promoting in- terest in all forms of selling and to showing the opportunities of selling to high school students and post high school students. In addition to selling at the games, B.E.C.K. sent a delegation sponsored by Mr. Nall and Mr. Cagle to the state convention in Emporia and held their annual Employee-Employer banquet in the spring honoring the people who employed B.E.C.K. members. ENJOYING her work, Lindajanes helps Billiejo Meyer. Officersa B. E C K President V' P d t T Progr Ch Secretary . Officers-B.E C K Presiden Vice P e ide I Trauu sr ..,.. Progr Ch ' Secretary .. Sponsors . . 128 PATRONIZING B.E.C.K., Kim Hutsell buys refreshments. Mr. Ca Fi a dSecond Hou . . . Patty Hinrich . Judy Bennett . . . . Rita White . . . .Tony Chiba Sherry Reich Th d dFourth Hours .. Kevin Miller JeffLewis Glori:0bi-:gon . . , . Diane Finley ... .,AlleenTerry glej Mr. Lewis, Mr. Nall LED by Sheelah Dougherty, members discuss future pl ME NIBERS create St. Patrick's Day par -MEDICAL CAREERS Call Of Hospital Life Lures Future Workers MEDICAL Careers Club helped its members become acquainted with various Helds in medi- cine and preformed many services for the com- munity throughout the year. Members visited the K.U. Medical Center in Kansas City and took field trips to the Kansas Neurological Insti- tute and the Menninger Foundation. They re- ceived a lecture by the Director of Nursing at Stormont-Vail Hospital. The club Hadoptedj' needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Also during the Christmas season, they sang carols at a home for the aged. They took an ac- tive part in heart-fund and cancer drives. OFFIC RS President . . Sheelah Dougherty X Vice-P asid Kathy Sandburg Treasurer , Dave Wooster Sponsor .. . Mrs.Sterrett ty favors at an evening meeting. -FBLA Business Abilities Aid Participants Of Future BEING one of the largest, most active clubs in Topeka High, Future Business Leaders of America was especially effective in carrying out its objective of bringing about Hbetter under- standing and cooperation on the part of busi- ness, industry, labor, the home, the church, the school, and by the peoples of our own and other lands." Two of the yearns most important pro- jects took place during the Christmas season. These were c'adopting" a needy family and sell- ing Christmas trees for the Optimist Club. The club raised money throughout the year in pre- paring to send delegates to the Regional and State Conventions at Emporia and the National Convention in San Francisco. President .... OFFICERS .. . .. Michael Ludwig Vice-President .......,.. Bob Fay Secretary . . . . . . Kathy Freeman Treasurer ..... .,... S usie Stelzner Reporter .... ......,,. G ail Harden Parliamentarian .,...,......... Jim Holt Sponsors . . . Mrs. McDonnell, Mrs. Reid, Mr. Teel, Mrs. McKeever VICE-PRESIDENT of' the First National Bank, CS. Hettinger, was a featured speaker at a regu- lar meeting. PICTURED are members who sold ten tickets or more in the Optimist Christmas tree sale SEATED' Kaylene Williams Linda Bass Sharon Luster, Mike Ludwig, Bev Cooper, Brenda Bixby, Mary Ortega. STANDING: Mrs. Reid., Karla Napue, Helen Keene Nancy Warren Susie Stelzner, Pat Kintner, Terry Henderson, Ellen Weber, Mrs. McDonneH MEMBERS gather with the food they collected at Christmas for a needy family E-NJOYING refreshments, Terry Waggener, Kathy Free- man, and Susie Stelzner discuss the meeting. PRESIDENT lylike Ludwig and Nlrs. McDonnell work on plans forthe Regional Convention. -SPANISH CLUB Exotic Country Lures Linguistics Students SPANISH Club worked diligently to fulHll its objectives and purposes this year. Members sold refreshments at the teachers' convention to raise money. This money was used as partial scholar- ship funds for students traveling to Mexico with the foreign exchange program. The club also sold booklets containing the fundamentals of either Spanish, French, Latin, or German to ambitious language students. Another objective of the club was to provide the students with ad- ditional knowledge of Spanish-speaking coun- tries. During Christmas season, the club held a party after school for the exchange students from Mexico. In january, the club had an au- thentic Mexican dinner. RISING to express her opinion, Patty Sneden makes a point at a morning meeting. OFFICERS P d t . . . Jerry Jaramillo Vice-Pres d t ...... Mary Fitzge ald Secretary . . ..... Mary Beal Treasurer ....... Randy McGiath Social Chairman .... Kaylene Williams Publicity Chairman ..... Judy Blackwood Sponsor ........... ...... M r. Serran OFFICERS - Mary Fitzgerald Judy Blackwood, Randy McGrath, Mary Bealhlerry Jaram- illo. PRESIDENT jerry jara- millo calls the meeting to order. TALKING over their summer experience, exchange students to Canada Chris Stewart, Denny Stansbury, and jo Norris recall memories of the trip. AT an early-morning meeting, President Kristen Dut- ton appoints committee chairmen as Secretary Chris Stewart takes notes for the minutes. MEMBERS earn money for scholarships to Canada by selling cookies. Susan Shockley, Cheryl Atteberry, and Pauline Pruyser plead with Ken Chambers to con- tribute. -FRENCH CLUB Plays, ovies, Dinner Please Foreign Fans FRENCH Club met throughout the year to dis- cuss projects and to gain knowledge of the peo- ple and customs of France through guest speak- ers and interesting films. The club presented the fund-raising movie c'Babette Goes to War" in the fall. Money from the movie was used to support a library of French books and as a scholarship fund for students traveling to Cana- da. At their Christmas party, members put on a French play entitled "The Madwoman of Chaillotn, 4'Topaze", and c'The Little Princew. For the year's conclusion, they had the second annual banquet with a menu consisting of French food. OFFICERS . . . Kristen Dutton President .... .... ............ Vice'President , . ...... Peggy Grant Secretary . . .... Chris Stewart Treasurer ,........ ....,. Ca ndy Hedberg Program Chairman , . . ..... Cheryl Atteberry Sponsor ...... Mrs. Graumann, Mrs. Dris "I am ashamed of m drinkin so I drink to for sv Y , ' ' get my shame. - The drunk in The Lzttle Prznce. V si 1 X 1 Q W R To X st' '-MQ CWVV N k ffn 'Q' th ! Wqlat, S M Stl off mm tnv fihm N' ll I G ll v ATHLETICS at Troy served to unite the student spectators with the partici- pants. Loyalty, enthusiasm, sportsman- ship, and competition were a few of the ideals Trojans learned as they accom- plished various sports. Cheerleaders, pep club, Homecoming, and Queen of Courts festivities added color to athletic activi- ties. Participation in extracurricular sports brought forth from Trojans a spir- it which was unmatched in any other phase of school life. TH LETICS Debbie Adamson Diana Dougan A Team Head Cheerleader ....... Kathy Rowe Cosa Linscott Dawna Wilkin Sally Sandmeyer Nan Fowler -CHEERLEADERS Rousing Hurrahs Spark Sportsmens' Endeavors TROJAN cheers .for 1967 were led by seven of the nation's best cheerleaders, as was shown by their "first" rating at clinic. Wearing new uni- forms, they could be found wherever pep and enthusiasm were needed. The girls encouraged every Trojan towards much school spirit and good sportsmanship. The two squads, A and B, were elected by the combined pep clubs. They led cheers at varsity and B-team games, at pep assemblies, and minor sports. Besides these ac- tivities they enjoyed several social functions dur- ing the year. These helped to make the girls a more closely-knit group. Sponsor of the group was Miss Elsie Medlin. Debbie Whitaker Genie Godfrey B Team Lori Clark Becky Penney Kris Johnson A AND B TEAM cheerleaders take time from practice for a little -PEP CLUB Enthusiastic Spectators Back Teams In Effort HA SONG for the land. . ." sang the three Tro- jan Pep Clubs after every game this year. Not only did Topeka High's Pep Clubs exhibit school spirit throughout Troyis athletic seasons, but they also were involved in many school ac- tivities. Combined Girls Pep sponsored a West- ern Party, two WPA varsities, made banners, and sold ribbons for each game. Girls Pep was made up of Regular Girls Pep, wearing tradi- tional black sweaters with gold T's and Honor Pep wearing white blazers and black skirts. Honor Pep consisted of Hfty girls who had been the most active participants in Combined Girls Pep the previous year. The clubs cheered and gave morale to the teams at home games as well as out-of-town games. SEATED are Peggy Grant, Kristen Dutton, and Sheelah Dougherty. STANDING are Nancy Patz- kowsky, janet Wyatt, jane Schlicher, and Pam Hart. BOYS7 pep officers are Bill Bark- er, Ted Nash, and Mike Blakely 138 OFFICERS President . . . . , . B ll Bafke Vice-Pres ,. , ,. . ---- 4 Ted Nash 596.17935 , ..... Mike Blakely Sponsof , . , , . Mr. Bros COMBINED GIRLS PEP CLUB President ....,,.. , , . , Peggy Gra 1 HONOR PEP CLUB President . . , . K sien Dun Vi -P 5 ,..,. . . Janet Wyatt REGULAR PEP CLUB President . . Sh I h D gh ny Vice-Pres . . , . J eSchIicher Sec,-Treas . . . . N y Patzkowsky Social Chrmn ..... ...... P am Han Sponsor . .. ,. . ..,., Mrs. Stupp I TROJAN supporters brave the ele- ments to cheer their favorite gridders. BILL Barker, boys, pep president, pauses to take a suggestion from the floor. EMOTIONS of apprehension, fear, and joy play on the faces of Trojan pepsters janet Wyatt, Carlene Malmstrom, and jane Schlicher. BANNERS of encouragement are hung by Margaret Rayburn and a fellow pep club member. 139 ANXIOUSLY awaiting the referee's dec1s1on1 th t- ing section of Boy's Pep Club. "GO Trojans, Go! chants the Honor Pep. Alma Mater A song for the land where the sunflowers blooms Hail to our city so fairs And three times three with a Sis! Boom! Bah! For the high school whose colors we wear. For we are the students of the THS Sing we the tribute that our hearts confess, Ever we glory in thy proud success, Hail to the Black and Gold forever Pep Song Come on and give three cheers for old Topeka High One-two-three, Rah! Rah! Rah! Show the foe that they cannot deny Victory Team! Team! Let every Trojan son know that we're behind the gun Till the battle is won. And if we all pitch in, another victory we'll win For Topeka High! 140 gggfif wif of A-TEAM Cheerleaders lead the spectators in a rousing cheer boosting the morals of the basketball team. REGULAR Girls, Pep Club marches in the Homecoming parade. 5 l ANTICIPATION of a touch- down shows on the faces of Cindy Neal, Bobbi Johnson, Debbie An- thony, and janet Calderwood. 141 -FOOTBALL THS Gridders Struggle Through Rough Season TOPEKA High School gridders, plagued by injuries and a lack of experience, completed a rugged season with a one win-eight loss record. Many of the games were decided by only a few points and could have turned in favor of Troy The brightest spot in the season was Troy's Homecoming victory over league opponent Shawnee Mission West. The enthusiasm of the student body increased as the season progressed largely because of the high morale of the team. The experience gained by the many promising sophomores andjuniors provided hopes for more successful future seasons. SOPHOMORE griddcr David Holle receives his equipment as others look on. REACHING high, Don Carlson snags a Shane Miller pass. 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WQ49 K L K in S3 X X: fa ,x fa ,sc Q, R X X sg My X W Q S 5 SHS is Z ,,.5,g.,,. .,,,.. 1 K COACHES of the Trojan football squad are Don Bliss, Glen Long, Wilfred Nicklin, Glen High- tower, Richard Beal, and head coach Larry Reid. k If K Was- ' , fx. ,, ' J-HiFi B ' , , g 6335 5, 2 2 N WS asia 1. fig, if H Jef , K' X 9,3 '31 ls J, A new a 5 W , , , f End HEADING for a block is Topeka guard, Randy Lyden. CHATMAN CARRUTHERS TERRY COOK PAUL COLEMAN 5'll,7-165 5,9,'-165 6,0,,!l86 Fullback Guard Tfldile TRAVIS COOK SONNY COWAN BILL CRAIG 5'l1',-165 5'8"-160 5'8"-130 Quarterback Fulllback Hayback BILL EDWARDS JON EGGERS DAVID ELLISON 5'l0"-160 6,2'7-170 5,8"-150 Quarterback End Center HALFBACK Dick Whayne breaks a tackle on the way to a long gain. QUARTERBACK Travis Cook fakes to elude a tackler. 1 in ., . , 5. f-ia. M 35 FEP - 22' H EY - "' ' '. 2 ' '-'I ' I .,.::. Q ,L L fA if . A f?' .E5'l -aiiisfi V -Y A A.. WJ 1 K , . .. .,.., . M. K., - . .1 HW... . , ' si . .34 if li-flw A A . . ,:F?',. '55 " .., 1 is-'f ' if 212253 . ,.., 'L K O, I miriam f ,iii V im 92rsy fri? ' .ugmiw I I U .V Y .. -fm MK '1 , . V 4 ' W - gg-gpg-W1 25 wah S li , V DANNY GAY GENE GRIFFUS CHARLIE HALL 5'11"-160 5'9'7-235 6'3"-165 Guard Guard Tackle QUARTERBACK, Shane Miller, pauses before giving the "hifi signal. STAN HAZLETT MIKE HOLLOWAY ALAN HOLT 6'1,,-170 5'8"-175 5'11,,-185 Quarterback Guard Center M , Viv! , ,. ,w,QE.Mf yea iifkn.. "' M1 JLLJ 5932 , JIM HOLT DON JONES JOEL LATTA 6'0"-170 5'9"-240 5'11H-200 End Tackle Tackle i u RANDY LYDEN MIKE MCCABE RANDY MCGRATH 5'l0"-155 5'1O"- 160 6'2"-165 Guard Guard Quarterback ALL attention centers on a fumble in the T.H.-S. - Highland Park game. ,. Y. . , . ..,,:,,.,. K, ., ,LL,L A Y -- fs -v3"f1'f'-T" saw A w e- " ' ' "fi ' S' V ' ' 'A -- 5 ih- 4 ' , . . V w.fMnw1 1: -1, . 759' ,. Tfffff-3 . ' . m,.L ,,,E. , YL,E . h L , -f '- A ' 2 A ., ,, .,..: , . .. -,mx W , . , , A 3 " S ,,., 7.f' w,e,:gm -ff f ' f 53UHF'fi:I--6-9 , L. 'VY 'f 'YTL:Q:-iff?"-ff--' z s 4' fy.-ffSf'+'f. .J SHANE MILLER BILLY MOORE SHERMAN PARKS 5'9,' 170 6'0"-155 5'1O"-155 Quarterback H aQ'back End QUARTERBACK Shane Miller rolls out with fullback Sonny Cowan leading the way. KELLY RYAN ROBERT STEVENSON WAYNE STEWART HaUback Fullback HaUbark THS 7 THS 6 THS12 .... THSO THSO THS 19 THS6 THSO .... THS6. THS 13 .... THS 0 .. THSO ..., THS 13 THS 6 .... THS 27 THS 12 THS 32 ... THS 20 ,.. THS 12 ... THS 6 THS 0 THS 7 THS 0 THS 7 THS 6 148 SCOREBOARD ... . Highland Park 14 . . . Mission East 48 , . . Wyandotte 20 . . . Mission South 7 . . . . Topeka West 7 .. . . Mission West7 . . . Mission North 50 . . . . Lawrance 34 . . . . Washington 12 ..,.... Highland Park24 . . . . Shawnee Mission East 9 Wyandotte3 . . . Shawnee Mission South 0 TopekaWest14 . . Shawnee Mission West 21 Lawrence32 Shawnee Mission West 13 .......,.....Emporia 0 Shawnee Mission South 13 ,...,........Hayden 31 Shawnee Mission North 13 Topekawest 21 Shawnee Mission East 35 ..,........Lawrence 32 . . . . Washington 19 CALVIN TIBBS DICKIE WHAYNE RICK WHITT 5'l0n-165 5'2'7-125 6,0"-160 Habfback Habfback H ayback TROJAN defenders close in as Lawrence takes to the air. WHILE blocking for a teammate, a Trojan becomes entangled with an opponent. TIM MEYERS Manager EFF ACOBSEN I J Manager 149 MARCHING band and majorettes lead the annual Homecoming parade. -HOMECOMING Victory, Royalty Top Homecoming Festivity HIGHLIGHTING the 1966-67 Homecoming was the crowning of queen Nancy Crites. Homecoming weekend began Friday, October 21 with the assembly where the queen candi- dates and their escorts were formally intro- duced. Following the assembly and skit was the traditional parade downtown. The marching THS band and majorettes preceeded the girls in ROUSING shouts of f'Hoy, Hoy, Mighty their cars. They were followed by the adminis- tration, pep clubs, and cheerleaders. Saturday night at Moore Bowl THS tromped SM. West 19-7. At half-time ceremonies Nancy was crowned by Mr. Warren V. Heusted, as gold balloons drifted into the black sky. The last e- vent ofthe Homecoming weekend was the var- sity where Nancy and her attendants led the dance climaxing the Homecoming festivities. Troy are sounded by the and pep clubs in th C P cheerleaders arade. CANDIDATE Paige Weber is presented to the student body in assembly, as Nancy Crites watches. VILLAINS Peter Graumann and Gene Griffus plot to promote their own candidate, HUgly Christine", for Homecoming queen. DUCKING and dodging, Randy Lyden C685 and Joel Lattaf75D scurry to outwit S.M. West. UNDERDOG Greg Payton "flies in" to defeat villain Peter Graumann in the Homecoming skit. wg, I CANDIDATES and their escorts eagerly await the crowning of the Homecoming queen. 151 ANTICIPATION grows as Roger Sall- man escorts Nancy Crites through the T-formation. SMILING radiantly, Nancy Crites is crowned queen by Mr. Warren V. Huested, past president of the Topeka Board of Education. 1 QWA1 CROWN BEARER Randall Spencer QUEEN'S FLOWER GIRL Rexann West ATT EN DAN T Kathy Rowe ATTEN DANT Paige Weber Q U E E N Nancy Crites Wamego Invitational .,.., Junction City ....,. Seaman ,,,.,., SCOREBOARD Bth place 4th place 7th place Topeka West ...,. 3rd place Emporia . . 6th place League . . . 8th place Regional . . ......, ....,...,.. 6 th place State lCIardy Vinson individual entryl ..,, .... 2 6th place TROJAN senior Mike Quin loosens his leg muscles before a strenuous two-mile race. TROJAN harriers are Rick Carrier, Bruce Richey, Rick Torrence, David Murphy, Mike Quin, Walter Craft, David Relihan, Dan Hejtmanek, Coach Schiesser, joe Montgomery, Mike Chavez, Clardy Vinson, Rob Balsters, Mike Smith, and David Tinsley. Missing, Charles Abrams. 154 -czeoss cowvrmf Inexperienced Harriers Suffer Losing Season HURT by a lack of experience and the presence of only one returning letterman from the pre- vious year's squad, Topeka High's cross coun- try was unable to leave an impressive seasonls record. The team suffered another blow when veteran coach HHeavy', Erwin missed the sea- son because of an illness. However, his replace- ment, Norman Schiesser, was able to Fill the vacancy quite efficiently. Although the team's showing left much to be desired, the progress and enthusiasm of the promising underclassmen provided hopes for more successful seasons in the future. CROSS country coach Schiesser reviews the course FACES of Trojan harriers Walter Craft, Clardy Vinson, and Charles Abrams reveal mixed emotions as they near the end of a grueling race. -BASKETBALL All-Around Quickness Yields Fourth In State ACTION and excitement were present at every game as the Trojan basketball squad Finished a highly successful season of 18 wins and 6 losses. The team was led by a highly-perfected First string of returning lettermen. Topeka High placed First in the Topeka Invitational Tourna- ment defeating Lawrence in one of the most ex- citing games ofthe season by a score of 72 to 71. Trojan courtmen also placed First at the Region- al Tournament which sent them on to the State Tournament in Lawrence. Top victory and honors were received by the team when they placed fourth in the State, missing third place by only two points. VARSITY SCOREBOARD THS OPPONENT 71 ...... Topeka West ...... 49 107 ,.,... Manhattan .,.., 61 57 ,...,. Wyandotte . . . 70 85 ...,.. Mission S th 61 69 ...... Highland P k 63 83 ,,.... Mission Eas 50 56 ....., Wichita East . . 58 80 ...,.., .......,...... M ission North , . . . . B9 69 ........,.,..,.......... Mission West . . . ,,.... . . 62 88 .........,..,........... Hayden ...... ..,.,....... 5 8 Invitational Taumament .....,......,....... .... F irst Place 52 ..,.,............,...,.. Wyandotte . . , ...,..... . . 83 62 .....,..,.............,. Lawrence .... ......... 6 O 83 .....,.. ..........,... W ashington ...,. , . . 49 72 ..... Mission East ..,,. 60 73 . . .,....., . . . Topeka West .... . . . 69 74 .............,...,...... Mission West .... ........ 6 6 Regional Toumament .......,........,..... ,,.. F irst Place Slate Toumament ...... . . , ,.... . . Fo rth Pl 5essonRocord.., .... 17won....6l t TROJAN senior Rob Balsters tips in two as Topeka High beats Lawrence 72-71 to win the Invitational Tour- nament. B-TEAM SCOREBOARD THS OPPONENT 67 ,... ..... T opeka West ,,.. ...., 3 6 70 ..., ...., M anhattan ..,. .,... 4 2 67 .,.. ..... W yandotte ..,, ...., 7 0 B9 ,v,, ,4,., M ission South . . . , . , , . 34 76 .... ..... H ighland Park .. . . . . , . 52 68 .... ..... M ission East... ,.... 55 47 .,.. .,... W ichita East .,... ..... 5 4 38 .... ...,. M ission North ... .....48 68 .... ..... M ission West .... .,.,. 4 7 79 ..,. ,,... H ayden ....... ..... 6 6 48 .... ...,. W yandotts .... ..... 6 4 71 .... ...., La wrence .,...56 85 ...... ..... W ashington . ..... 50 63 ...... ..... M ission East . . . . . . , . 49 55 ..,... .,... T opeka West .... ..... 4 7 B1 .,........ ..... M ission West ..,. . .,..,....,.,.. 95 Season Record ..... .,... ...,...,..,.......,..,. 1 1 won . . . 5 lost B-TEAM coach Wilfred Nicklin leads his cagers to a second successful season. THS OPPDNENT 64 ..., ..,. T opeka West .,...., . . .,.. 52 66 .,.. .... W ashburn Rural ..... .... 4 1 47 .... .... H ighland Park .... .... 3 7 62 ..,. ..,. S eaman ,,,,.,,...... ,... 7 2 64 ..,. ..., M anhattan ..,........., .... 4 9 59 ,... .... B oys' Industrial School ...,. ..... 5 5 63 .... .... H ayden ,..,........,.., .,... 4 9 66 .... ..... La wrence .........,., ,,,.. 5 7 54 .,,. 4.... M anhattan .,.. . . . . 70 49 ..., ...., H ighland Park ..,, ..... 3 6 43 .... ...,. La wrence ,....62 51 .... ..... H ayden ..... .,,.. 4 7 67 .....,.... ..... S eaman ...... ..,... ...., 3 9 58 .......,...., . . , Topeka West .... ...........,.... 5 0 Season Record ,.... ................, ..... 1 0 won . , . 3 lost TROY'S 'Lsixth man", Randy McGrath lays one in despite efforts by two Salina players. DISPLAYING the defense that won so many games, Billy Moore and another Trojan break up a play. SOPHOMORE cagers this year are: George Kearns Mgr., Kelly Ryun, Don Mutchler, Phil Gray, Bill Vicor Barr Hollie Terr Anderson and Coach Glenn Lon MIDDLE RO W: Bob Booth, y, y , y , 1 g. Mark McHenry, Floyd Kinney, Rod West, jesse Phillips, Richard Malloy, Bill Briscoe, and Terry Hummer. FRONTROW: Lance Murphy, Roy g'Butch" Brown, Doug Gardener, and Jim Smith. 1 3 1 HIGH-SCORING Preston Carrington sails over opponents. JUMPING-JACK Fred Atkinson tips in an easy bucket. AS Troyls Marvin Lawton puts one up, Law renee giant Tom Miller gapes in amazement TWO Lancers can't stop Chris Petr as he drives for a layup. COACH Dean plans explosive second-half tactics. FRONT ROW' Skippy Hamuud, Ralph Bryant, Rick Burton, Preston Carrington, Marvin Lawton. BACK ROW: Fred Atkinson, Stan Hazlett, Randy McGrath, Rob Balsters, Chris Petr, Dwight Canady. MAKING up for an ever-present height disadvan- RESERVE Rick Burton sets up a tage, Chris Petr and Rob Balsters hustle for good play while being harassed by an opponent. rebounding position as Marvin Lawton shoots. FRONTRO W: Bill Moore Dwi ht Canad Calvin Tibbs Ski Hamuud Ral h Br ant Stan Y w S Y: , PPY 1 P Y 1 Quarles. BACK RO W: Rayjohnson, Ron Balsters, Terry Widner, Steve May, Stan Hazlett, Sonny Cowan. hi CROWNING ceremonies took place at the game half-time. Pleased with the victory over Lawrence are Terri Douglas, Vicky Smith, Marsha Martin, and es- corts Craig Price, Travis Cook, Dave Clark. INTENTLY watching Rob Balsters get another bas- ket in the close game with Lawrence is a capacity crowd. ONLY a table full of chocolate cakes could draw Cinderfella to the royal dance in the assembly skit. QUEEN, Vicky Smith, and her escort, Travis Cook, lead the dance climaxing the festivities. -QUEEN OF COURTS Valentine Coronation Honors Royalty Trio IN A TRADITIONAL ceremony highlighting winter sports, Troy crowned the third queen of this school year. A morning assembly began the festivities with an original skit, 'fCinderfella." Three lovely candidates were then presented to the student body. The game's halftime corona- tion, featuring the Uheart of Troy" was both sentimental and regal. Queen Vicky Smith was serenaded with HYou Are Beautifuln then crowned by former queen, Kathy Anderson. Following the basketball victory over Lawrence, attendants and escorts accompanied Vicky to the dance, where the girls were again honored. The uSoul Seekers" entertained. ATT EN DANT Terri Douglas ATTEN DANT Marsha Martin Q U E EN Vicky Smith STRAINING every muscle, Dale Warren reaches for a few extra inches on his dive. CONCENTRATING in order to ain g full body control, Gary Jeffery prepares for a back di -SWIMMING cChet,s Fish' Record Winning Swim Season DESPITE predictions of weakness, Trojan swimmers came through with a fine 9-2 season and a third place finish in league. Coach Chet Laney continued his streak of home-meet wins which stretches back to 1960 and upped his overall record to 124 wins and only 36 losses. Seniors whose names came up often were co- captains Travis Cook and Mike Jackson, back- stroker Dave Anderson, and sprint free-styler John Magerkurth. Cook, Anderson, Mager- kurth, and sophomore Dale Warren made up a potent medley relay team, and Jackson earned Troyis only points at state with thirds in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events. Junior Clint Young did well this year in the 200 and 400 freestyle. 162 l COACH Chet Laney checks over his notes while preparing for a meet. CO-CAPTAIN Travis Cook and junior distance ace Clint Youngareallowedtimetorecover as senior Larry Tevis takes off. BACKSTROKER Dave Anderson works at his specialty. -SCOREBOARD THS OPP Topeka West . , .... 59 36 Salina .,.... ,.... .,.. 5 3 42 Mission South ..... .... 5 5 40 Emporia .. . ,.,. .... 5 4 41 Mission East .... ,,,. 2 7 68 Mission North ,,,.. .... 5 S112 38112 Washington . . . .... 57 38 Coffeyville . . . .... 58 37 Mission West . . .... 57 38 Wyandotte .... ..,. 3 5 60 Emporia .... ..,. 4 8 47 League . . . . . .... 3rd 34 pts. State .,., .,.., .... 1 Ot h Spts. Season Total . . . .... 9-won 2-lost TROJAN aquamen this season are Larry Tevis, Dave Anderson, Travis Cook, Mike Jackson, Paul Cole- man, john Magerkurth, Roger Sallman and Coach Chet Laney. SECOND ROW: Ron Rumsey, Dale Warren, Jerry Armstrong, Clint Young, joel Latta, Mike Borjon, Doug Crary, Steve jackson, and Phil Williams. THIRD RO W: Dan Dougherty mgr., Ken Buch mgr., Craig Edwards, Lee Kinney, Gary Jeffrey, Tom Knox, Ken Stinson, Rick Tevis, David Murphy. and Harlev Lohness mgr. MISSING are Bruce Jacobs and Dave Corbett. FRONT ROW: Jerry Simmons, Mario Escobar, Mike Gold- smith, Tom Carrier, Tom Golden. BACK RO W: Ron Esco- bar, Scott Berridge, Larry Denzlcr, Greg Grifhn, Coach Reid den works out on the side horse Scoreboard Washbum Rural Invitational Highland Park duel Topeka West triangle Olathe triangle Atchison triangle Topeka West Invitational Lawrence triangle City meet Regional meat State meet Highland Park triangle Washbum Rural Invitational Seaman dual Washhum Rural dual Topeka Invitational City meet Boys' Gymnastics Team Girls' Gymnastics Team seventh second third third third i rst second third fifth tenth second second lirst first second second Spotting for Lucy Harmon on the unevens is Diana Meyer. -GTMNASTICS Acrobats Accomplish A High-Flying Season ENDING it's fourth year in existence at THS a successful season was gained for our newest in- door sport, gymnastics. The boys competed in ten meets including the state meet in which they won tenth place. At state Tom Carrier took fifth on the highbar and seventh in tumbling along with Larry Denzler who took third on the high- bar. In six city meets the girls finished with two Firsts and four seconds. Diana Meyer showed outstanding work on the unevens, Hoor exercise, and tumbling. As a sophomore Becky Penney showed promise in floor exercise. Troy's acro- bats spent many long hours in practice to reap the benefits of a winning season. FRONT ROW: Venita Thurman, Janel Ridgeway, Mary Lou Rivera, Flora Bunch, Harvena Bradley, Leslie Warner, Veronica Gomez, Brenda Wells. BACK ROW: Gloria Bell, Cindy Hall, Doris Car- son, Billie Jo Meyer, Sally Sandmeyer, Becky Penney, Debbie Whitaker, Diana Meyer, LeAnn Meyer. -MTESHlNG Matmen Begin Slowly, Finish Season Strong ALTHGUGH Trojan matmen got off to a slow start, the team rapidly improved and gained strength to make an impressive showing the lat- ter half ofthe season. Despite the final four vic- tory-five loss record in dual meets, the third place Finish in a Held of eight teams at the High- land Park Invitational tournament and junior Dick Whayne's standing in the state meet, en- abled the squad to say they had a successful sea- son. Under the leadership of new head coach Dick Beal and new assistant coach Glen High- tower, the wrestlers showed considerable im- provement over the previous year's record. The Hne performances of sophomores andjuniors as well as the excellent display of team spirit, pre- sented hopes for promising seasons in the Eu- ture. SCOREBOARD THS 3 . . . , ..,... ....,,.. . . .....,.. Topeka West 47 THS 19 ,,.,. Hayden 26 THS 28 ..... Manhattan 18 THS 27 . . . Lawrence 16 THS 35 Highland Park 11 THS 20 . . Leavenworth 24 THS 19 ...,.. Washington 27 THS 3 ......... Emp ia 33 THS 41 Washbur Fl l15 TEAM Captain Chet Kendrick gains control. ,,.., 1967 WRESTLING TEAM FRONT RO W: Craig Sweeney, Elvin Fields, Mike Brown, Dick Whayne, james Hartwell, Oscar Truhe, Bob McClelland, Peter Martain, SECOND ROW: Coach Hightower, Ed Bunch, Ron Walters, Bob Steele, Chet Kendricks, Dan Gay, Bob Steven- son, Coach Beal. OVERPOWERING his opponent is Ron Walter, REFEREE watches intently as Ed Bunch works on a foe AS THE ENEMY takes a position of power, Ron Walter 'ponders his next move. OPPONENT holds upper hand with wrestler, Oscar Truhe. l 167 ll ls. is . av QQQ 'WSF' , , -6 F1540 '1"iPvz,+,,,i , iff in af ' " . W , K if Q fQ9WER X sg 'W iwlliilvw N in Ur vp 546 0 E3 2, v L- in We it ll N l Q 005 Svc num v TROY'S growing population was divid- ed into three classes. Sophomores entered high school unfamiliar with their new surroundingsg however, they soon adapt- ed to the new routine. Juniors participat- ed in money-raising projects in prepara- tion for the Jr-Sr Prom. Seniors devoted their last year of high school towards completion of requirements for gradua- tion, and making plans for the future. The existence of each member of the classes was essential to Troy's develop- ment and success. TU DENTS LEADERS of the class of T67 are TOP TO BOTTOM: Sheelah Dougherty, Representative, Marsha Mar tin, Secretary-Treasurer, Janice Bogart, Social Chairmang Dave Clark, Representative, Sid Edwards, Repre sentativeg Bill Craig, Projects Chairmang Randy Moke, Presidentg and Randy McGrath, Vice-President SELLING tickets to Marcile Frieson are Shirley Dougherty, Jane Perry, and Paige Weber, who spent most of their time fourth hour in the cafeteria. FOR senior Joyce Counsellor, preparation for grad- uation begins with measuring for cap and gown. OFFICERS d t ,, Randy Moke Pre . . Randy McGrath Treas . ...... Marsha Martin Chrmn ....... ..., J anice Bogart p taties ...... .. D dCI k, Sh I h Dougherty, Sid Edwards 1 t Ch mn ..., ........ B 'IIC lg -SENI ORS Graduates Cf 1967 Realize Future Goals FRIENDS, elections, lunchlines, assemblies, finals, and plays . . . together, these describe experiences shared by each Senior in the Class of 1967. Energy and responsibility enabled competent leaders to raise money by selling Trojan stationery and license plates, and spon- soring Senior Breakfasts. A beautiful and senti- mental prom will be long remembered. Class Day and graduation ceremonies crowded the last days at THS culminating three memorable years, the Best for each of the seniors in the Class of 367. Though they leave Troy, their re- cord of awards, academic achievements, and contributions to their school will leave a definite mark. The Tower chimes ring for the last time as Seniors go c'From our Tower to our goal." POISE and beauty are evident in Cindy Smith, who models a formal gown in the Simplicity Fashion Show. 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SK 1311? 11 19521 , awk g iw-+" J3 Www 4 45, if P I 1 " if 33 SX -1. 1 11,51 11 fi JANET WYATT JOHN YBARRA XAVIER ZUNIGA DON WHITELY MARVIN WHITMORE RICHARD WHITT WILLIAM WULLENSCHNEIDER ROBERT WILCOX BONNIE WILLIAMS MARVIN WILLIAMS RANDY WILLIAMS CONNIE WILSON STEVE WILSON RUSSEL WILSON PAM WOHLGEMUTH CAROLYN WOOD KAREN WORSWICK CAROL WORTHINGTON Graduation o Longer A Dream, But Reality EARLY-MORNING breakfasts at school were sponsored by the senior class as a money-making project. Janet Wyatt and Sid Edwards sell doughnuts, sweet rolls, and drink to patrons. ,lWf?15gsr?LEfiigs13 ' E. R 3: if if HR M sa -AX A . ggigrxiiy- '- -11 . ?Z:f'1vf-i5Lf"iil E5 " f' lui ' A uf" ". ' r wg-wg-..f.-we wi ' 6111. ,. .. -. - - - ,.. . , . SS S. ., . . ,, . . , ,5-15?-R, U, H1 . .' 311' Wi - RL '-, r '- . -Az rx QW :,Ls.,1f A-Hfffi Re, , f A A M , if .. ' -W iE:!"!2 5. 3- ' ifffiei f 'Til ffivifi K-1 , iylwiis .- ' v - 'I- rf, isiaiigil ,I-ff' :life E , w 1: , - I- .. 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KAY BERGMEIER GARY BIBER WINNIE BLACKWELL MIKE BLAKELY ED BUNCH SONJA CROWDER TOMASA DOMINGUES DOROTHY F LATIN MARTHA GARRETSON MARK GOODSON CHARLES HAMPTON SHARON HARDEN RUSSELL HOLLE ToNY LovERA JANIE MAH NANCY GRANGER LENA McGEE RAUL RODRIGUEZ OLIVIA SANCHEZ RICHARD SCHLARB JANE SMITH MICHAEL STAUFFER RANDY TUDDER KENNETH ZIN K DESIGNATED Putnam Scholars are Bill Craig, Travis Cook, Rob Balsters, Craig Price, and Howard Conus. They were given the highest scholastic recognition. -Seniors Not Pictured Donald Abbott Dorothy Abrams Clyde Atkins Frank Alejos Mary Allen Clyde Akins John Armstrong Ola Bailey lWinnl Bobby Balandran David Beasley Norman Beaver Larry Bentley Marvin Bisel John Bixel Earletta Black Linda Blankenship Ruby Branch Ronald Brown Clinton Bryant Jack Burghart John Burghart Rosemary Cabrera Lloyd Canield Preston Carrington Walter Carson Ascension Castardo Susan Chekoweth Tony Cianciarulo George Clark Tom Clark Lynnwood Cobler Craig Coke Rick Connolly Charles Copeland Marie Cortez James Daniels Constance Davis Larry Davis Patricia Davis Charlotte Delude Diann Desmond Charles Dilliehunt Jerry Dolejsi Alfred Dominguez Linda Douglas Terri Douglas Pat Doyle Jerry Droga David Duncan Mabel Dustin lPerrishl Cynthia Esquibel Robert Euwer Sharon Fender Stephen Ferguson Pleas Fields Yolanda French Basilio Galvin Patricia Gill Karen Glasgow Memo Gomez Michael Gomez Anita Gonzales David Green Charlotte Gregg Eugene Griffus Gayle Haines Kathy Haldeman Alice Hampton Leslie Hanigan Atrol Henderson George Hendrix Marion Herron Jerry Hill Jack Hinton Burnice Hodison William Hoffman John Hohn John Holman Georgianna Holmes Nancy Holmes Dale Howard Gregory Howard Andrea Howe Shirley Howland Harold Huntsman Clarence Jackson Jerry Jackson Lewis Jenkins Ronnie Johnson Michael Jones Ray Jones Maureen Josling Steve Kelly Chester Kendrick Ruby Kendrix Diana Kerley James Kohman Michael Krentz Emest Lampkins Jeff Lewb Leroy Lindsay Dianah Labringier Monroe Lockhart Rite Lopez Mike Luttjohann Gray McClain Pam McClelland David McEntire Terry McNeil Larry Mcwhin Edward Mailen Belinda Maples Roger Martin Katie Martinez Linda Mauzey Marcia Mays Diana Menzi Richard Meyer Marc Michaux Ernest Miranda Kenneth Murray Linda Myers Charles Nauheim Gregg Neria LaRon New Jere Norland Joseph Ortiz Lelia Ortiz John Osier Richard Padilla Janie Page Marjorie Palm Curtis Parker Marshall Patterson Mike Pennington Joe Perez Lucille Pohl Jerry Purdam Dana Quarles Sharon Ragsdale Vivien Ramirez Raymond Reed Candace Reeve Joseph Renteria Mark Rockwell Dorothy Rose Rod Ross Gary Ross Linda Rowzar Lucille Rowzer Jan Ryder Steven Sams Jerry Schrempp David Seals Mike Segelquist Rita Sewell Mary Shepherd Charles Shirley Arnold Smith Theresa Smith Charlene Snepp Connie Snodgrass Iantha Steele Tom Steele Vester Stevens David Stewart Marlene Stirtz Aaron Strange Mike Thacher Bill Thompson Robert Tinoco David Tinsley Edward Townsend Daniel Vogel Evelyn Webb Mary Wells David Wesley Wayne Whitaker Erik Wike Joyce Wilder Susan Wilkerson Brenda Wilkins Brett Wilkins Thurman Williams David Wooster William Wullenschneider Eddie Young LE -JUNIORS Middlemen Focus Time Un Money Projects UNDER the leadership of their excellent class officers, the juniors proved that they had gained valuable experience as sopho- mores by carrying out a very successful school year. The class' desire to have a successful Junior-Senior Prom, the main project of the year, was shown by every- onels enthusiasm in planning and parti- cipating in the many money-raising proj- ects. Included in these projects were a combined car wash and bake sale in Oc- tober and a chili supper in january. In addition, for severalfmonths many mem- bers of the class sold advertisements for the programs of the Regional Basketball tournament in February. Pres d I Sh Vice Sec Soc np an DCF ADERS of the Class of '68 are Karl Menninger, Lynda Malloy, Dan Cofran Cindy George Tim Clark Kaylene Williams and Barbara Abrams Doris Ackerman jaunita Adams Sandra Adame eKeith Adams Robert Adams Debby Adamson Willetta Adkins Steve Alexander jerry Allen Augustine Alonzo Rosie Anderson jerry Armstrong Nila Arndt Louis Ashley Fred Atkinson Carol Baker Rosie Balusek Bertha Barajas Connie Barrett Leonard Barrows Penny Barrows jill Bartley Tom Batther Linda Bass Ferdy Baumgart Dolan Bayless Rick Bayless Virginia Baylis Raymond Beamer Sonja Beeson Sammie Bell Terry Benedict Dee Bennett jerry Benning Shawn Benton Alan Bergsten Jon Blandin Ken Bohnert Mike Borjan Janie Bourm Eugene Bowen Margaret Bowers Gary Bracken Bill Braden Steve Bram Diana Brandt Richard Bridges 35 ' 1:, - Is N? A lk , S iw? ,Ma - A ii nl S195 he .,..:t.: X I -,I 3 ,, . mZ,2:,'- ',:- 'gt it K-Wit: ' SM . fig? 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L gqg 1--Q ii ,Ls .A 2: S 5 1 if 'IQ WS' it is 'qi Ysbfix is 1 1 me unior Prom Committees Began Their Marva Broadnax David Brooks Debby Brown Robert Brown Rosalyn Brown Ken Buch Steve Buckhholz Susan Buchner Maria Bugg Deborah Buntin Steve Bures Kay Burgess Charles Burkhardt Dianna Burkhardt Marsha Burroughs Jolene Burton Barbara Butler Sarah Butler Rosie Campos Dwight Canday Chris Carlson Nancy Carlson Roger Carman Rick Carrier Work Tomml' Carrier .5 ,V 'ln Douglas Carington .5 flg gfl Y., 153,.,. my ,JT ' Gwen Carter Pam Casey " TW1l3 Caskey i f .,,, :f i 'f - , Sheron C215' '-1":: 4 - ri 5 TSE" 0 H tm I ' Q5 , 'Z' 24:2 Se. ,. X Fai' ll C , :W .Eu Sherry Cay : V' f -V w . Tim Clark I 1 it Will Clark i 2 f ,W i s- , i t - ' " If --'iv QV -: 5 2lQi - Eff' .' 1 .5 ' 55 -.ni David Clemons 1-: Egg . 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S 1 :saw V . ,, y 451 35 .ep Ji 4 fs Q Es fx 5, 4 Q i .. , QQ F ir. ,giggle f A. , ... . vii! Q H- l Q, are ,. . am- , 1 "H L ,K who sf hi? H 3 aff xg ' -f'Q,f'eiT5 K -- ' Jim Henry Phil Hernandez Ellen Hewitt Beverly Hier Claudia Hill Howard Hill Regina Hill Kathy Hockensmith Bob Hodges Rob Hodges Denise Hogan Bobbi Hoefer Richard Hokanson Angela Holmes jim Holt Blair Honeyman Shirley Honig Marcia Hooper Mike Hoover Linda Hope Doug Houpt Georgianna Hoy Rhonda Hutchison Charlene Hyder Charlotte Irvine Aletha Ishman Enoch jackson Steve jackson Ronda janzen Suejanes Margaret Jimenez Carolyn Jirik Lin da Johnson Nancy Johnson Alexander Jones Charlene Jones Clyde Jones Eloice jones joseph jones Lin da Jones Deborah Judd Jeffjustice jay Kayhill Leonard Keeling Helen Keen Mary Keeshan Robert Keeshan Joy Keith UNDER the direction ofjunior Nila Arndt, sophomore Coleen Collins learns the precise techniques of painting a mural. IN excited ectasy is alternate cheerleader, Dawna Wilkin. -JUNIORS AMERICAN History momentarily catches the attention ofCraig Senogles, Randy Martell, and joe Goodwin. la ,N-AMWWKM 'L li 'i 2 ,E -u t r. A ' NA N if , .L J Y 'R Mt r 5' 2 it W' Jig f X as s L Y 'Z 5 Q, Q : , , 5 fe 1: f,,. g.,.. - L' W b . X A.. ea , L X X 3 'Wm P 5215 4 1 X ma" i it My ae ilu' WM ll I "" mv ., X i xg A' S3 Y . Sm in , . , ,A K ss is K , K , 51 r f 1 .,,. ' :.'A: ,.:: . 2 L .i, .- , , av ,. . Vi ,,, ,r f .,, sm , flfiffs, - :fy .i 2 IGF' t s E his li tail ,Lv , 4 il it A 'Q iw? is , .,:.::: .. , git 9 M? W it X P k at ,. 651- ' -an r ,. , ,W .-....1.,w, 1" 5' ' We -a'a .1:iit:fz1!:: - L, 45 sim 'gf1.f5i?EEEQEifgcg, f: gvfsfzfliiff 54 :yt gw,4'Z-Q 1i'I1"1...,,,Y.t 1-wiiiliffllif Q 3 I ,gi t ox, ,J . :D 'N 5 M ft f saw 3 sv S. f an a f' 1 ' 1 , it f Y , e 202 5 V if .. lr ' sq -Q , .:,: w 1 iff r ff Z ,t K X :EE L - . K - 'G an .. 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K as 'nl ,, by ini X 'Q K in 51,5515 Bill Kennedy Judy Kent Mary Kincade Kaye Kington Mark Kintner Wendy Kitzman Kelly Knowlton Lisa Kopper Benny Krentz Gayle Krzeszinski Carla Lambert john Landes Joel Latta Stanley Lawton Brenda Lee Kathy Leonard Lydia Lewis Paul Lewis Angie Lira Marsha Lister Gary Loader Katherine Lobingier Joe Lolli Dennis Long Gloria Lovelace Zeke Low john Lowe Mike Lowe Mary Lowther Mike Ludwig Tammie Luedtke Joe Lynn George Lyons Margo Lyons Ed MaCaulley Tom Mader Patsy Mah Bruce Mallory Steve Mallory Linda Malloy Cheryl Mann Gerald Mansfield Clinton Marker Mary Marling Howard Marlow Randy Martell Beverly Martin Debbie Martin S l FUTURE Homemakers Sandy Rogers and Marsha Burroughs DISCUSSIONS COIIUHUCV- CVCH raise money for their organization by selling cupcakes. after President Shayne Miller acl- journs a meeting of the Junior Class. uniors Share In Far-Reaching Interests PUTTING the band instruments back in JUNIOR Ramona Martin receives help from Miss h d l f h 'or ear. their places is a daily task for Sue Cochran. Carter on making out a sc e u e or er sem y JUNIOR David Murphy makes a quick study of the score to MY FAIR LADY before attempting to play it. PRINTING offers a good ca- reer opportunity for Rick Self O i 11111016 S BUSINESS teachers, Mrs. McDonnell and Mrs. Reed, accompany Jim Holt, Gail Harden and Mike Ludwig on their early morning trip to Emporiaifor the Regional FBLA Convention. Mike Martin Peter Martin Renae Martin Ramona Martin Sheryl Martin Steven Martinez Diane Mattos Barbara Maxwell Brad May Steve May Kathy Mayo Louise Mayo Karl Menninger Connie Meyer Denny McCart Beth McCaskie Pat McCulloch Margaret MeQuire Sonja McKeever Derek McKinney Floyd VIC Murray Mike McNeil Keri MeStay john Medina Delbert Merrifield Diana Meyer Lois Middendorf Anthony Miller Barbara Miller Bonnie Miller Calvin Miller Cheri Miller Kirk Miller Shane Miller Stuart Miller Susan Miller Kathy Mitchell Debbie Moke Jeanette Monteith Merry Moore Ron Moran Sandra Morgan Barbara Morris James Morris Pat Morris Sue Morrisey Rita Morrow Burdette Moss X. t W me S Y " paw? i w it- jx., s -aiflgiil -' SX .1 X gig QM i fi t- , -Q. .Q MIM 5,4-:f 223.-' D 1' . - , f ,..' .. ' A . , ::,f tf.i- ,,:-- L L V ,i., 15 9 9 , , g. - i t 1-s t.: , Mai Ew -ws .. 'M 3 lla-" 5 1 41 3 In ' ini-5. U '59 L" wr 'T .3 - V 5 T- M .. Q. - 3 g a is 1123 nj tag 2 i t x.-Q . L k: y i . . sg, L ., it S. 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K j.. , its if ' ,gi : 'I ":-- :age uniors Sherman Parks Bobbie Patterson Ethel Patterson Patsy Patterson Vivian Payne Kathy Peak Mary Peck Jere Pennington Skip Pennington Charlotte Peppard Mario Peralta Bruce Perney Terry Peterson Fred Phelps Theresa Phillips Barbara Pimental Delores Pimental john Platt 206 ll , la, ll + Ig' ""'1 X X .x I - - 1, gswsf ffga 5 ' HQ gf, .- um -,- .i.:4,w. iii- 3 12 ' 15 vii W Q,-85' xt ix rggar is gig? -V as ,ms 3 , Tim.: .1 1"1'i'v for , w if xi 5 Y ,, 3, W sf -M A yyilx ui, . -.U l 'S 'G ' w,5fX,i g ,X ,fy Xie!!-1. ff Vt ,W tt, W Q al visas, ' Wt? - X fill 15' ' f" , X 1 3 , Q We 5 it Q 1 ' fi r. 1 X isa tif of tags ' EY 1? ii' Mfr' ,ra Iv is t' at ig .,.. Q ,, 5 a 5' E we Sally Mudrano Carol Muldrow Jeanette Mulligan Becky Mullins Rebecca Munoz Stella Munoz Victoria Munoz Tim Myers Karla Napue Mike Nash Jan Nieman Doris Neal Barbara Nice Virginia Nolder Mark Nordstrom Mayre Nordstrom Michael Norflis Jo Norris Sally Obley Ramona Olson Bobbie O'Neal Gracie Ortiz Arthur Owens Deloris Parker Struggle With Preparator P AT Q . A , I i B i F 'Q 5 'vis , . i :ig .. " ,A 15,1 wm a,-'3,g.w 5 J ' fic ' -3, f fak e? ,ae as A vs lat sf W if ig. 'Tm f - - f A S xr E , X, .E 8 A ,Q was Y . l 6 arms , WITH the help of Art teacher, Mrs. Bass, junior prom committee members, Debbie Moke, Virginia, Nolder, Kaylene Williams, and Cindy George, begin their work .y 1 zz. . .. L ,Esta , A ' -- 3 1 71. W Q wa E - st .. 39-..?M 'a vril 1 X Q 1 , 5 9 v ii' M515 ia A W 'En t ' '.s..f":::-:7?" : iii ftii K, .s .. -asfntfa-J .-2 as is, ft W i Zi- . ' ..,fe,:e 3 ,f FSF' 'NEW''Fi!5:5iY'Si?45f,I'f: ' -r :- -" Kilim -2 - ' 'E'i9:.- fiiww i'.11-'W V - ' 3 359 -, 5El51s. Q'f?PQgji- .. 5. iggl Z.. M , . :-Mt. , g - t. , 31 . i ,Eb -,, : ... , --'i w 5 ' ' " " ' ' P 1 ' z a g gia'f.eQ W 9-as irswff f .. llls he 5 'Z P m y - w ie , R3 ,Q eng. .. .. 1, if is " if r K A Rr A X J K i ' .if .. .- ' .,':: 4 ' 'il' '," ii ,A 'I - . , " - 1 ,.,.f' ' L 4 M Q 1? 8 1 , as 9 F ,S :Q . ,, NW, 4 rg of I 5 5 S 'un .,. A LITTLE gir1's image is carried out by Linda Malloy on "Little People's Day" during Spirit Week. Carolyn Porter gf Victor Poteet Brenda Powell - Don Poyner Marsha Prescott Pauline Pruyser r sm' QE F it J X David Putt Larry Quall Gwen Quarles Nancy Patzkowsky ' 'loo Margaret Rayburn rl, Q April Ransom f ' '32, ,Q Randy Reed Lola Reliham Glenn Rice Bruce Richey Georgia Rider Lynda Ridgeway Mary Lou Rivera Nicki Rocha Sharon Rockhorst Thomas Rodriguez Sandy Rogers Tondra Rogers 40" a.,wM yrs 512 54 t S 6 xl F 5 E H ,K 5 1-M aa, - amz it F -X 2 -Zvi, , :X .i iviris i 4' i , . . fig 8 I ,. W F , ettfu' :. '- Iii:- .' E:l"? , fi. . " T'-f ,, K .. it t R-Q kwgwf 2 'mh at Sufi -JUNIOR i ,I J 2, f X .3 tg ef 2 tj 5, 1 M .2 :rj -,ff Q X? lt 3+ S A H ' ' is S 319' it sig 4 f Q - X5 wg ' Q 2 .. Q-Hsfin- :-g in .ftf ff figf H , .,.. We , ,V . . . .. . ,, S ,si . Ha, -- 1" ilkhil ,ff -1 f ff f 'E game " : W Qs? 'if , :Q 2 xi-I J 4 wwtgwais we - W - me ,, , 1 ,fE,w-we it .5 .. fr: ,, Q. -.fm mis: ' l . .,,, ,- H .' N 1, V "fx, YK'-M . K : " ' X '5? ' . ' . ' 51 V if-V-,'? I" 7, G ii 'Z -sg af' '53 -W. 2, 5: aft'- , ' ' Clif' : I 1 R 51- 5: 2 if ' . J r- T . F H S 5 - A -' u., is ' '4 ' fi 4 t. .... 'N 9 l" IC Q, V S , ., L, ,, Wi M, , my :J Rita Rose Maria Rowzer Eva Roy Ron Rumsey John Russell Maryann Sachs Linda Samsel Charles Sandmeyer Linda Santacruz Steve Scanlon james Schaefer Dale Schafer Denny Schell Steve Schmidt Clinton Schmidtberger John Schneider Ruth Schuetz Rick Schuman DISPLAYING improvable manners, Debbie Moke goes through one stage of initiation into Squid Club. 208 3 PREPARING for a fatal week of finals, Terri Tyler fills a HSurvival Kit" with goodies. LIUNIORS Dan Cofran and Lynda Malloy spend many hours pre- paring for Debate Tournaments. Greg Scott Pat Scott Asa Seals Rick Self Craig Senogles Eva Serna Anita Shaffer Alice Shutts john Shellenberger Steven Shotts john Shobney Jim Simmons Donna Skeens Cathy Slater Donna Sloan Brenda Small Janice Smalley Ann Smith Ardith Smith Becky Smith Bill Smith Deborah Smith jeff Smith Jody Smith , , tg-gt fy- --if .. 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'P Q5-ff A' iz -' mv Q it V S ig, it , ,S .- ' ifttftflif ": : , 12f .L K W 5 , .Mawr-mia -wx: -.. . .S--if-it-fg,:g-f,2Q11-5,tf?g,'gitq,v,W x - w i-it wi- 2 v "yi: ' , 209 Kathy Smith Madeline Smith Sharon Smith Susi Smoot Connie Snook Anita Spencer Rick Spicher Vicki Stafford Emerson Stamps Shirley Stamps Denny Stansbury Beverly Starkey Robert Steele William Stevenson Chris Stewart Lerlita Stinson Patricia Strong Gary Studebaker -JUJVIORS Juniors Linda Johnson, Nancy Patzkowsky, and Freida Gray. as :ri "1. -tr 'll N. -49 J lm :l'5.,.., - ...ft .. , .mf gl ...at 'G TM it , M -,,,9W 1'tt,f1 -fi, t 5 .if?ff'35?ii'fi5 i ff - ' 1 .m,,,- wh wwf f fa' ,f 12- "55'1'.V' 1 5 if ,sf 1 W I Y gr Q S - W g . Q ,, .Wy shim ak 3. Y t, ,,. ,Hg N +4 3 FLQWERGIRLS for the All-School Christmas Party were UNDERSTUDY for Eliza in My Fair Lady, Paula Wert practices her role. gE ,g2 ' ,W .16 A Q' 4 if .- 5 'A fi? -If W , , 1 Q' ' ' ' ' i1 2iff ,1' :Tm 1 I A t , Sv 5 . 5-www,-?,'vf':t::':f,m:-li: . Anne Sutherland Paula Swert Leon Sylvester Rosa Tafoya Luellen Taggart lack Taylor Guadalupe Tetuan Donna Thomann Richard Thomas Bob Thompson David Thompson Randy Thompson Galvin Tibbs James Tibbs Anne Tinsley Gary Tompkins Rick Torrence jerry Townsend BEGINNING typing student, Becky Mullins, inserts her paper for another try, GOING high over a Lawrence defender, Fred Atkinson scores two for the Trojans. 'ti Ai r' "2- ' ,- I s 4 V 4 if 3 Y 4, so 5 it ww '2 Jr 'lx ff 5 15 ,N f V... l S tl xy .t ,,. ,. ,mr ro tl :L , .f A X X J Wg l , X i Fw, at S1 ' A Q rf .rg . I H :f'ii 3 f 's ll' ",E:' f2f:5I '1' Fx f r'i 1 Vo L ' "" + SES.. fs? ff l J? i 1 21, . .a W t , ,L we ay 1 2 , f it Q: K 'Y Q .. -A 'M V kk- ..f. .v-1 if-'G ffl , ee t f 4 ag t ,, , , L vein' ,gg wx s is Er T Q at fx 'ff I , 'Liar it ,. R ,y - 7"7""! .. 1,3 'ia Sy : j ::,: : :'E .:Yr:tfe-in- Eigv W,-V . ,. 'i7?i'l'g' ' 3 ' We in -- 4' If: ifs?ix?'?fsLE?ai2fff:,gPm?:e f an I,-, A . 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DEBATORS, Bill Smith and Maryann Sachs, look over the list of timekeepers for annual Invitational Debate Tournament. 212 w A HEARTY noon meal is enjoyed by Karl Menninger and Greg Payton. Steve Wesley Marjorie Wessel Ilene Westerdale Richard Whayne Janice Wheat Lynne Wiechen Tod Wiedwald Erik Wike Cliff Wiksten Dawna Wilkin Doug Williams janet Williams John Williams Kaylene Williams Phil Williams Sharon Williams Chuck Wilson Dennis Witthar Charles Wolf jamie Wright Don Wutherich Kathy Yardley Gloria Ybarra Clint Young L we vga i , i S Y' 3 Sz A y - gf , ff V - g""l5 : :j:f . fi K . fig . K .M l. Q- -, f .asl M All GSW hi, rx ,E fi' if . fl fl Q -l gsrf Q- , ' '- . if: '+ -as , . I .'E:f:..:- 551 , X 'fn 1 1' ii? Tflfffy 379' yi 1 is X H .9 l 4, EK n Y li la EL H -JUMORS Q.. W 15 'Q' ' 82 If E735 5 ii L X i -a i . .lr N.. ,u ii- .. .W .:.,- I- v f V ,-fa iav,. - . . 1. l f ai W ?54iL7!iL " 'gg "Y ' ' .. , , . 1 sw? yu-wif Q ' w,-,L f in 'S S ,. 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Prassola Abbott Ray Abel John Anderson Paul Anderson Barbara Aschemz Dale Baker Kenneth Baker Richard Baker Bernadette Balandran Gloria Barajas Linda Barnes Richard Barnett Charles Bates Cdvin Bayless Mary Beal Sammy Beaver Patricia Bixel Glea Blackwell Judy Blackwood Smdra Bosch Richard Brattan Veda Brattan Mary Brazier Colin Brown Joyce Brown Mike Brown Marvene Bruce Rdph Bryant Joyce Bunds Steven Byers Frank Calvillo David Campbell Boyd Canfield Artie Cardwell Donald Carlson Gary Carlson Patricia Casey Dave Cantlivra Manuel Chavez Mike Chavez Howard Childers Tom Clark David Clinger Nita Clintin Myron Cloke Floyd Claud Robert Cole Jacqueline Collins Terry Cook Sheryl Crabtree Doug Cracy Marie Creolla Deloris Crole Sandra Curry Terry Cushinberry Bonnie Davis Viola Davis William Davis Winona Davis William Dean Calvin Demps Lorraine Douglass Dale Dryer Gary Dudley Kathy Dyer Clifford Eetman John Edgar Clinton Edwards Maurice Elder Michael Endsley Jimmy Enrique: Alexander Espinoza Susan Everett eu. ew-u ' ' Stephanie Figgs Richard Foster Violet Fox Luke Franzen Billy Freeman ADDITIONAL JUNIORS lreland Freeman Jeanette Freeman Raymond Frickey Ronald Funk Delores Gamino Oscar Gracia Joe Gerstner Cynthia Gifford Gilbert Gonzales Patricia Gum Sam Gunther Thomas Gutieraz Denise Hagan Sue Hale George Halley Joseph Harrop Forrest Hastings Deborah Hay John Haynes Arthur Hazelton Terri Henderson Judy Hind Dorothy Halford Gary Holmes Dennis Honohan James Howland Janice Huff Marvin Hundertfund Connie James Susan Jacobria Deirdre Jenkins Dudley Johnson Pamela Johnson Charles King Susan Lane Eric Larson Phillip Lawrence Richard Lawton Allred Lewis Lawrence Lindeen Levy Love Joe Luna Daniel McCabe Glenn McClelland Terry McClure Walter McConnell Janet McCoy John McCrary Gerald McKinney Cheryle McNeil Larry McWhirt Frank Martinez Steven Martinez Barbara Maxwell Lawrence Maxwell Kathleen Mayo Howard Merriweather Jerry Messick Diana Meyer Bill Miller Pat Milliman Joseph Milsop Margaret Milsop Angela Miranda John Mitchell Charlotte Moore Peggy Much Duane Myers Horold Nicholson Virginia Noldar Mark Norstrom Stephen Norland David Norris Ronald Nye Jerry Overstreet Kirley Arthur Owens Olmsted Gerald Owensby John Oyler Richard Padgett Eric Parker Rita Perez Matthew Pica Don Pierce Mark Poland William Poland Ethel Powers Edward Price Marvin Quarles Carol Ragsdale Clarence Raimsey Linda Raines Nathaniel Radmon Danny Rees Douglas Reeve James Reitel Ruth Reser Galen Rice James Richard John Rimel Carolyn Roberta Phyllis flacha Sharon Radenhorst Jerry Rose Dennis Ruby David Saar Cathy Sackrider Leslie Salsbury Max Sawyer Dale Scheidt Eric Scott Don Shields Lonnie Silver Lawrence Silver Michail Sisson Starlene Smith William Smith Joe Stang David Stevens David Stackton Christine Stane Lillian Stowers David Strange Ronald Streeter Bruce Strong Robert Sullivan Tonia Sutton Tom Swader Gary Sykes Mary Taylor Tommy Terry Kathy Thayer Glendora Thomas Leo Thompson Diane Thurman Alvester Vaughn Eugene Vawter Domingo Villegas Evelyn Webb Bob Wellbom Paula Wert Pveav Nissen Sluron Whittington Linda Wichman Lury wildef Kathleen Wilkerson Sonya Vlhlkins Doug Williams Penny Vlhlliamson Ken Wilson Karla Winger William Wolf Daniel Wolfe James Wood SOPHOMORE Steve Crouch promotes his favorite candidate by signing a petition, OFFICERS President , . B H eyman ViCB'PY8S . , David Blak ly Sec-Treas .... Gayle Le d 500-Chfmfl ,..,, Martha Sp es R p emat . . ,.., Barry Ho ha d Fleming, Richard Ma -SOPHOMORES Newcomers Find New Challenges, Changes ALTHOUGH they were all newcomers to Topeka High, the sophomores immediately adapted to the many changes from junior high and organized themselves into an active, smooth-functioning class. After the spirited elec- tion of class ofhcers and B-team cheerleaders, the students' interest and participation in the numerous school organizations and activities rapidly increased and continued to do so throughout the remainder of the year. Money for the highly successful sophomore party and other important projects was raised by selling cold drinks and Trojan stationery after school. SOPHOMORE leaders, Richard Fleming, Martha Spees, Barry Hollie, Bruce Honeyman, David Blakely, Richard Malloy, and Gayle Leonard, look forward to new experiences. . ,.. .... .... . ...,., , .. ..,. . .. .. .. V ..-,,. .mse,mm.L.m,.-fp' Mr. Bliss' Homeroom FRONT ROW: Susan McDonald, Loretta Delgado, Cynthia Neill, Judy Beatty, Lynda Main, Jane Werner, Mr. Bliss. ROW 2: David Hilderbrand, Phyllis Howe, Nicholas Rocha, Karen Brandenburg, Chris Alumbaugh, Diane Stover, Lynn Roberts. RO W3: Gary Jeffery, john Boyd, Vickie Thomas, Deborah Hinrichs, Craig Edwards, Gene Robinson. TOP RO W: Gary Campbell, LeArmon Roberson, Al Baker, Robert Schuette, Richard Dibbern, Arlanda Radd, Tom King. Mr. Baker's Homeroom FRONT ROW: Larry Snepp, Paula Venturella, Anna Mendoza,Nancy Wilson, Sandra Pitman, Marti Harsh, Vicky Vernon, Kent Frederick, Mr. Baker. ROW 2: Paul Hackathorne, Anita Law, Connie Bohannon, Patty Simons, ,Ienith Paris, Ann Sassaman, Harold Murphy. RO W 3: Emetria Wheeler, ,lack Hinton, Greg Carlson, Larry Flatin, Dana Travis, Regina Hall, Pamela Dewey. TOP RO W: Susan Misegadis, Gerald Fitzgerald, Roger johnson, Rick Pennington, Paul Middendorf, Bruce LitchHeld, Tom Stewart, Kenneth Booth. Mr. Bross' Homeroom FRONT ROW: Eugenia Godfrey, Joyce White, Lana Bentley, Careda Ross, Yvonne Campos, Ilene Tichenor, Alan Senogles, Mr. Bross. ROW 2: Linda Breeden, Carolyn Ferrier, Robert Woods, Mark Mannell, Mark Barber, Thomas Dorsey, Marva Robbins, Christine Swan. RO W 3: John Stonebraker, Larry Zimmerman, Carliese Keeling, Cheryl Johnston, Daniel Rodriguez, Nancy Nolder, Dan Edwards. TOP ROW: Forrest Chapman, Barry Hollie, Mark McHenry, Denise Roeder, Zane Brown, Lyle Humpert, Brad Latta, Susan Anderson. 217 Mrs. Cavanaugh's Homeroom FRONT ROW' Martha Hollenbeck, Naomi Clixman, Lorris Lee Clark, Colene Collins, Mary Ortiz, Pamela Steele, Shedra Dovine, Mrs. Cavan- augh. ROW 2: Naomi Walls, Debbie Cook, Ronnell Wheeler, Alfred Orte- ga, Susie Lewis, Linda Allen, Steve Mumert. ROW 3: Sharon Spaulding, Tom Zirkle, Rudy Calvillo, Jim McEntire, Charles Mason, Mike Westfall, Marsha Reynolds, TOP ROW: Larry Geiger, Vernon Nelson, John Schuetz, Dave Chilgren, Danny Heitmanek, Larry Brosemer, Al Maxwell, Jeanine Gragg. Mr. Dilley's Homeroom FRONT RO W: Charles McClellan, Student Teacher, Albert Conley, Sig- fredo Guzman, Bobby Stewart, Dale Myers, Margie Ennis, Bradley Bailey, Mr. Dilley. ROW 2: john Patton, Kathy Wilder, Becky Richey, Sandy Houton, Cheryl Lawton, Marian Jones, ,Ianel Ridgeway. RO W 3: Lin- da Warren, Debbie Mahoney, Sharon Washburn, Bobby Stewart, Pam Eld- er, Carol Miller, ,Ieannie Rice. TOP ROW: Bill Bentley, Ted Reber, Mike Rowzer, Paul Cain, Stan Hazlett, Leon Cowan, David Key, Mike Cha- vez. 218 Mr. Dean's Homeroom FRONT ROW: Vicki Brown, lIoEllen Rodriguez, Darla Rice, Debbie Whitaker, ,joe Davis, Berneice Mader, Diane Long, Mr. Dean. ROW 2: Jeanne Stillwell, Kathy Baker, Bruce Jacobs, Don Hills, Richard Ratcliff, Phillip Howe, Pam Caleb. ROW 3: Kelly Ryan, Brian Thompson, Carolyn Kearse, Don Myrick, Sharlotte Risley, Maurine Wright, jesse Phillips. TOP ROW: Nancy Simpson, jim Young, Charles Wilson, Ed Day, Terry Hummer, Fred Evans, Robert Wilkerson, Charles Abrams. Mr. Edmonds' Homeroom FRONT ROW: Yvonne Bagby, Mike Williams, Toi Ann McMurray, Linda Evans, Richard Fleming, Debbie Howe, Carlatta Dennis, Mery Tafoya, Mr. Edmonds. ROW 2: Charles Tonar, Craig Cooper, Jeanie Specht, Diana Johnston, Bobbie Porter, Eva Blackwell, Diane Sandberg, Linda Roberts. ROW .If Raymond Rice, Ken Grider, Fred Ketron, Beverly Hall, Richard Malloy, Floyd Kinney, Mike Goldsmith, Irene Martinez. TOP ROW: Raymond Bixby, Robert Bigger, Cecil Terrel, Larry Mischke, Scott Berridge, Roger Kipp, Gary Cooper. Mrs. Heninger's Homeroom FRONT RO W: Joe Ortiz, Sharon Miller, Pauline Bruner, Vicki Reed, Sandee Hinton, Olivia Delgado, Don- na Klein, Mrs. Heninger. RO W 2: Debbie Hicks, Larry Adams, Dan Dougherty, Ken Stinson, Bill Millett, Dona Worthington, Gloria Barajas. RO W3: Bill Brisco, Wanda Peterson, Gayle Gillespie, Tim Hayes, John Smith, Flora Bunch, Gayle Leonard. TOPRO W: Tellis Dorsey, Ronnie Thomas, Chapman Carruthers, Al Maxwell, Lee Baer, Terry Cay, Steve Ortiz, Roger jameson. MISSING: Sannett McMaster, Greg Gonzales, and Debra Simon. Mr. Fly's Homeroom FRONT RO W: Linda Keegan, Anne Jones, Ronald Obregon, Doris Carson, Jody Sims, Karen Hauer, Kathy Young. ROW 2: Cheryl Flye, David Boyd, Cynthia Schneider, Donald Reed, Don- ald Wickern, Kevin Ham, Mr. Fly. ROW3: Betty Miller, Leanne Friesen, john McWilliams, Stanley Kufahl, Tom Paulson, Kim Hutsell, Sterling Montgo- mery. TOP RO W: Robert Hampton, Mike Upchurch, Agnes Tucker, Dale Warren, Donald Booth, David Walker, Steve Johnson, Vicky Stewart. MISS- ING: Larry Hatton, Linda Whitting- ton. Miss Herrick's Homeroom FRONTROVV' Anita Bardsley, Cheryl Post, Sandie Niven, Jan johnson, Roger Rodriguez, Wesley Eatmon, Rosemary Dominguez, Gayle Reichman, Miss Herrick. ROW 2: Dietra Benning, Su- san Beeson, Mickey Self, Regina Brok- mann, Elaine Carleton, Roy Hoag, Marta Rockhold, Steve Thompson. RO W 3: Marcia Hurley, Anna Glaspie, Paul Hoffman, Robert Evans, Craig Senne, Joyce Adams, Fred Slawitz. TOP RO W: Mike McGhehey, Ric Las- siter, Gene Rogers, Raymond Feeley, William Meyer, Tom Targownik, Tom Laing,John Drain. Mr. Hightower's Homeroom FRONT RO W: Ilene Mandelbaum, Joyce Carter, Martha Spees, Ruth Ann Burgat, Donna Grimes, Pam Collins, joe Anderson, Mr. Hightower. RO WZ: Larry Turner, George Kearns, Lupe Guerrero, Bonnie Fox, Victoria Gill, Mike Powers, Karla Kushner. ROVV3: Steve Owens, Debra Diederich, Kent Hastings, Lynn Holt, Janella Pomeroy, Roxanne Clinton, Stephanie Stovall. TOP RO W: David Murphy, Robert Sanders, Terry Anderson, David Reli- Ihan, Kent Snyder, Raymond johnson, Charles D. Wilsonhlames Duncan. Miss -Iohnson's Homeroom FRONT RO W' Karen Huske, Tommy Raikes, Irene Chavez, Alice Ramirez, jerry Simmons, Mary Rodriguez, Miss johnson. RO W 2: Freddy jackson, Toni Burton, Ted Welles, Alan Mi- chaelson, Leslie War'ner, JoAnn O- 'Neill. ROW 3: Mike Jones, James Price, Lana Logan, Randy Copeland, Steve Armstrong, Don Baker, Debbie Anthony. TOP ROW: Steve Dyer, Doug Hawley, Don Mutschler, Donnie Stewart, Rita Cushinberry, Carol Egan, Nancy Warner. Nlr. Jones, Homeroom FRONT RO W: Ann Johnson, Janice Smith, Connie Blodgett, Bev Jones, Nancy Teel, Emily Walker, Mr. Jones. RO W 2: Linda Marshall, Linda Pen- nington, Linda Groves, Jennie Kyles, Betty Schneider, Beverly Fleming, Gail Fisher. ROW 3: Sam Torgeson, Terry Fisher, Rodger Bailey, Bob Coffman, Bobbi Mason,Jerry Riggert, Eugene Jolly. TOP ROW: Tom Cochran, Dan Crago, David Blakely, Wayne Thorn- ton, Bill Moore, Gary Buskirk, Steve Marshall, Tom Knox. lVIr. Lybarger's Homeroom FRONT RO W' Mike Doole , Teresa Bugg, Kathy Nicholson, SherylIDeWitt, Donna Brummett, Della Medina, Glo- ria Henderson, Mr. Lybarger. ROW 2: Kathy Rabb, Lucy Harmon, Loretta Jones, Jim Smith, Barbara Ashley, Harvena Bradley, Vicki Mowry. ROW 3: Jim White, Craig Gleason, Don Hin- ton, Oscar Truhe, Jerry Cay, Stuart Miller, Dolly Abrams. TOP ROW: Oscar Nolting, Linda Koehler, Tom Marten, Jimmy Forbes, Mark Perney, Edward Hawks, Mike Day. Mr. Johnson's Homeroom FRONT RO W: Doug Hupp, Sonia Peralta, Melinda Ramirez, Marvin Lang, Merle Nunemaker, Gloria Bell, Benny Springer, Mr. Johnson. RO W 2: Joyce Walters, Ronald Porter, Dennis Richter, Debbie Mullins, Sha- ron Collins, Diane Powers, Julie Lil- lie. ROVV 3: Mike Dunnaway, Dave Goodson, Don Kell, Charles Arga- bright, Sharon Cathey, Cynthia Bur- nett, Linda Vest, Mellody Durbian. TOP ROW: Dale Meggison, Sylves- ter Shepherd, Ron Heer, Jonathan Hysten, Dave Holle, Marc Spratt, Janice Lambert. Mr. Nicklin's I-Iorneroom FRONT ROW: Sally Switzer, Yvonne Ortiz, Anna Schaefer, Shelia Martin, Patricia McStay, Mr. Nick- lin, ROW 2: Karen Johnson, Randy Treesh, Kathleen Collins, Dennis El- liott, Bonnie Benson, Reuben Rowan. RO W 3: joseph Kane, Mark Neis, Norman jasper, .Jim Carlin, Paul Swafford, Judy Sewell, Kenneth Crowl. TOP RO W: Teresa Colgrove, jim Kirkpatrick, Woody Reser, Steve Firestone, Brenton Hobbs, Terri Goldsmith, Susan Kendall, Jeanne Berlin. 222 Mrs. McDonnell's Homeroom FRONTRO W: Maria Ortega, Patti Beach, Raymond Foster, Steve Senne, Martha Drane, Brenda Warren, Terry Northup, Donna Bozarth. ROW 2: Mary Mencly, Deborah Henderson, Becky Germonprez, Marsha Boyd, Wanda Cosby, Mel Foster, Carolyn Francis, Denise DeMore, Mrs. Mc- Donnell. RO W 3: Mary Gurss, Sam Vrow, Greg Chamberlin, Bruce Dill, Anthony Divers, Arthur Lopez, Diane Ticehurst, Claudia Slechta. TOP RO WY Al Maxwell, Craig Evans, Mark Morehouse, Greg Sweeney, Dennis Clark, Brucejensen, David Huss. Mr. Nuzman's Homeroom FRONT RO W: Maureen Appenfeller, Elsa Judie, Gail Brunk, Donna Benton, Kenny Fink, Glenda Clemons, Mr. Nuzman, ROW 2: Janet Calderwood, Ruth McKinney, Mark Strong, Dee Dee Thrash, Cindajohnson, Larry Free- man, Mike Stanwix, ROW 3: Delores North, Larry Lockhart, Bruce Honey- man, Diane Rouviere, Dolly Heath, Virgil Lawton, Gary Hunter. TOP RO W: Arlene Ryans, Stephen Fehr, Richard Johnston, Randy Bartley, Wil- liam Vicory, jerry Tenbfink, Richard Sharkey. Mrs. Schroflqs Homeroom FRONT ROW: Mary Traphagen, Sharon OlBrien, Lourette Esquibell, Michael Escobar, Bob McClelland. ROW 2: Donna Dale,'Norma Snyder, Tony Arbaiza, Robert Cook, Nancy McNeil, Linda Lang, Venita,Thurman, Mrs. Schroff. ROW 3: Ruth Mills, Loranda Hand, Charles Pomeroy, Har- old Givens, Jeffre Templin, Paula Gei- sen, Jeffrey Jacobsen. TOP RO W: John Wilkerson, Frank Morstdorf, Danny Shevrin, Terry Widner, Jim Beatty, Mike Branaman, Michael Smith. NIISSING: Patty Garrett, Jane Hall- mark. Mrs. Reed's Homeroom FRONT ROW: Gary Smith, Sherry Bornsheuer, Bonnie Allen, Charlene Mitchell, Joan Ortez, Connie Zeller, Roy Brown, Mrs. Reed. ROW 2: Joel Harper, Janice Serk, Connie Walker, Becky Penney, Karen Abel, Nancy Johnston, Marilyn Church, Marc Lym. ROW 3: Sharon Pruitt, Arlene McKnight, Don Harris, Orville Flow- ers, Bobby Greene, Danny Miller, Rhonda Hawkins, Kay Dodd. TOP ROW: Reggie Hodges, Rick Fried- strom, Gary Staerkel, Larry Hansard, Doug Jones, Dan Gay, Clyde Smith, Rodney West. Mrs. Sterrett's Homeroom FRONT ROW: Ron Tipton, Maria Escobar, Rachael Vasquez, Delores Butcher, Debbie Merrifield, Vance Harbaugh, Charles Guerrero, RO W 2: Linda Timmons, Pam Rooks, Ver- na Fargo, Juanita Mc,Farrea, Kathie Kittrell, Diana Bingham, Karen Ta- bor, Mrs. Sterrett. ROW 3: Viki Mills, Jerry Hamilton, Stanley Wells, Tom Granger, Luren Luird, Mark Franzen, Edith Steele, Ellen Wigger, TOP ROW: Larry Kelly, Pat Simons, Preston Williams, Joe Martinez, Rick Crabtree, Carl Ossmann, Louie Mu- noz, Charles Gunnerson, 223 Mrs. Strahmis Homeroom FRONT ROW: Marvin Shelinbar- ger, Maurice Goslin, Kristine john- son, Pam Smith, joseph McCoy, Rick Tevis, Mrs. Strahm. ROW 2: Kath- ryn Frazier, Lois Gardner, Belinda Kirkpatrick, Leana Menzi, Sandra Covington, Carolyn Stauffer. RO W3: Augustine Alejos, Kathryn Petr, Nan- cy Dominquez, Charlotte Anderson, Marilyn Schroeder, Mary Morehead, jose, Martinez. TOP ROW: Jim Hoover, Paul Dinkel, jerry Barnl grover, Stanley Quarles, Philip Gray, Dale Cubic, Austin Logan. 224 Mr. Teelis Homeroom FRONTRO W: Mr. Teel, Gregory Dawson, Kathy Thompson, Patricia Vawter, Mary Tetuan, Christal Ford, Rebecca Marquez, Abbie McClellan. ROW2: Cheryljones, Billiejohnson, Cecilia Martinez, Connie Smith, He- len Spears, Angela Mann, Gail Gregg, Steven Crouch. ROW3: Mark Schir- kofsky, Don Tuffley, Ron Lang, Lau- rie Weber, Michael Mays, Roger Hunter, Sally Moran. TOPRO W: Ronald Dragoo, Steve Schoenfeldt, Ronald Owensby, David Corbett, Ronald Balsters, Dick Sanford, Doug Gardner. Mrs. Young,s Homeroom FRONT R0 W: Marsha Milligan, Wanda Crowder, Molly Serrano, LeAnn Myers, Mark Westerdale, Debbie McClelland, Maxine Thomas, Margaret McMurdo, Mrs. Young. ROW 2: Karen Gehrt, Vicki Bryant, Dennis Eaton, janet Toney, james Stanley, Eugennie Miles, Lawrence Madrid, Wendy Reser. ROW 3: Ka- thy Kirwin, Bill Beasley, Lloyd .Trim- ble, Robert Garcia, Basilio Galvan, Cindy Hall, Kathy Doyle. TOP RO W: Lee Kinney, Robert Poland, Craig Manrose, Steve Hackler, Charles Weik, Harold Slais, Charles Thorp, Donald Abbot. ' TAKING advantage of a free proctor period, Leslie Warner does some unfinished homework. STUDYING the anatomy ofa crayfish are Roxanne Clinton Sharlett Tumbleson and their classmates. SCURRYING to their balcony seats are unaccus- tomed sophomores. S Iawwmwmmwfaz ,iWh,.,., 225 W if Q ii Q 226 ER A ll W i To X S' Ngwmlwlw Q vi it 2 gi QKK 00, G5 K P tiki ! f L' Www II I G ll T' BESIDES the regular classroom routine, Trojans had many opportunities to take part in extracurricular activities. Bewil- dered sophomores entered high school concentrating on familiarizing them- selves with new situations. Juniors re- turned to pursue their individual inter- ests. In their Final year at THS, seniors took advantage of many organizations and opportunities leading to their goal. SENIDR ACTIVITIE ., ., , AU,A . 2yszzqgfn?w3??5'f21f Lff7f5T:5'L,f X ,W :W W g,8fsxg?f Q22 g i:fs5sxwg5?Sli 5Qm21Q1'K-511 6? f5Q.f2w2,,EQf , A swab 22133562 'SEI ,qv 'avr .ff ame 12251 My 'P+' s ,pm '3' v, :Hifi I: 5 M g? . ,f ' .A ABRANB,DOROTHY Business Club 3, ALLEN, DONNA Regular Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Proctor 35 AFS 35 FBLA 15Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honorable Mention 2. ALLEN, MARY Senior Leader 35 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 2. ANDERSON, CHARLES jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Math Club 35 Lan- guage Club 1,253. ANDERSON, CINDY Girls Pep 1,25 Queen of Courts staff 35 FBLA 2535 Future Nurses 15 Proctor 25 Daisy Chain 25 Ionians 1. ANDERSON, DAVE Boys Pep 1,2,35 Assembly Participant 25 35 Intramurals 2,35 Proctor 35 Key Club 15 Debate Timekeeper 15 T Club 2,35 Football 2,35 Swimming 152,35 Letter- man 2,3. ANDERSON, JERRY Senior Boys Council 35 Boys Pep 152,35 Proctor 1,2535 FBLA 1525 Assembly Par- ticipant 2. ANDERSON, NANCY Rep Council 35 SUNFLOWER staff 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Choraliers 2,35 Music Festival 2,35 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Homecoming staff 35 Queen of Courts staff 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Staff 25 Honor-T 25 Senior Leader 35 Usher Club 1,2535 N.Y.-Washington Tour 25 German Club 35 AFS 1,2,35 Squid Club 253, Treasurer 35 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Assembly Participant 2,3. APPLEHANS, NANCY Senior Leader 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Debate Timekeeper 15 Future Teachers 15 Future Nurses 15 FBLA 35 Proctor 2,3. ARBAIZA, DAVID Intramurals 1,25 Math Club 35 Proctor 15 Language Club 2. ATTEBERRY, CHERYL Girls Pep 1525 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Hon- orable Mention 25 French Club 152,35 Pro. Chrmn. 35 Proctor 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 35 Judicial Council 3. B BAGBYJJNDA Girls Pep 25 Vocational School 3. BAHNER, SUE Rep Council Alt. 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Busi- ness Club 2535 Proctor 1,2535 Daisy Chain 2. BAILEY, JAMES Football 15 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 XBand 2. BALANDRAN, BOBBY BAL TERS ROB S , Student Council 25 President Pro-Tem 25 Class President 25 Orchestra 152535 State Music Festival 25 Boys Pep 1,2535 All- School Party Staff 2, Royalty 35 Home- coming Staff 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Staff 25 Honor-T 1,25 'gCamelot" Orchestra 25 'iMy Fair Ladyw Orchestra 35 Assembly Participant 1,2535 Basketball 1,2,3, Track 1,253, Math Club 2,35 President 35 Latin Club Officer 15 AFS2535 Debate Timekeeper 1. BANNING, STEVE Senior Boys Council 35 AFS 35 Proctor 3. BARKER, BILL Student Council 2535 Asst Election Comm. 2, Election Comm, 35 Boys Pep 15 TENTH and WESTERN was the site of assorted motorcycles parked for the day. 253, President 35 All-School Party Staff 2, 35 Homecoming Cast 35 Queen of Courts Cast 35 jr.-Sr. Prom Cast 25 T-Club 35 Swimming 15 Football 152,35 Latin Club Officer 15 Spanish Club 2,35 Proctor 1,25 3. BARRETT, NEIL Band 152,35 Music Festival 25 Boys Pep 1,2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom cast 25 Assembly Par- ticipant 2,35 Intramurals 25 Chess Club 15 Math Club 35 Proctor 2,3. BARTRUG, CHRIS BASS, DENNIS Boys Pep 1,253. BEASLEY, RON Band 1525 Boys Glee 25 Chorus 35 State Music Festival 1,25 Boys Pep 2,35 Staff 'gCamelot" 25 Staff HThe Taming ofthe Shrewl, 25 'lYou Canft Take It With You" staff35 "My Fair Lady" staff35 German Club 1,2535 AFS 35 Proctor 35 Intramurals 25 Debate Timekeeper 253. BEASLEY, RUSS Orchestra 1,2535 Choir 35 Music Festivals 2,35 Boys Pep 2535 'gCamelot,' Orchestra 25 g'My Fair Lady" Orchestra 35 Assem- bly Participant 152,35 Natil. Forensic 1,2, 35 Debate 1,2535 German Club 2,35 Presi- dent 35 AFS 35 Proctor 35 Presidents Council 3. BECKWITH, ROBERT Senior Leader 35 Vocational School 35 Proctor 1,2,3. BENSON, ULI KAY Senior Lea er 35 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 25 Vocational School 3. BENTON, DIANA KAY Girls Pep 15 Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 35 Debate Timekeeper 15 Future Nurses 15 CIT Tour 35 CIT Parlimentarian 3. BERGMEIER, KAY Girls Pep 1,25 AFS 2,35 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 French Club 1,35 Senior Girls Council 3. 1 229 BEST PAT Vocational School 3. B IB ER, GARY Intramurals 2. BIBER, LUKE Vocational School 253. BIXBY, BRENDA Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Library Club 1,25 Proctor 1,25 FBLA 2,35 Business Education Club of Kansas 3. BIXEL, JOHN Vocational School 2,3. BLACK, EARLETTA FBLA 15 Rep Council Alt. 15 Girls Pep 15 Chorus 1. BLACK, NORMA Girls Pep 2. BLACKWELL, ELLEN KAY Girls Pep 1,35 Drill Team 35 Senior Leader 35 Language Club 2,35 Future Teachers 3, BLAKELY, MIKE Student Council 35 Rep Council 1, Parli- mentarian 35 Boys Glee 15 Choir 2,35 State Music Festival 2,35 Boys Pep 1,2,35 Homecoming Staff 35 Queen ofCourts Staff 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Staff 25 Honor-T 2, Honorable Mention 15 cast '1Oklahoma', 15 cast uCamelot" 25 cast f'My Fair Ladyf' 35 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,25 Football 15 Track 25 Tennis 15 Model UN 2,35 Delegate Chr. 35 Kansas Conference on Foreign and Domestic Affairs 35 Science Club 2, Sec- retary 25 Math Club 35 Chess Club 2, Vice-President 25 AFS 1,25 AFS Council 35 Campus Life 35 Debate Timekeeper 2, 35 JETS 1,2,3, President 35 Latin Club 1, Trubune 1 E 1 S BOGART, JANICE ENJOYING h if h Student Council 2,35 Class Social Chair- man 2,35 WORLD staff2,3, Co-editor 35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Girls Pep 1,2, Hon- or Pep 35 All-School Party Staff 2535 Jr.- Sr. Prom staff 25 Honor-T 2, Honorable Mention 15 uYour Show" cast and staff 25 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Game Cadet 15 K-State Journalism Conference 35 Debate Hostess 2,35 French Club 2,35 AFS 152,35 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Sophomore Party staff 15 Senior Girls Council 3, President 35 Presidentfs Council 3. BOHNERT,JERRY Vocational School 2,3. BOOTH, BECKY Orchestra 1,2,35 State Music Festival 25 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honor-T 25 Honorable Mention 15 Senior Leader 35 Daisy Chain 25 Squid Club 35 Proctor 2535 Spanish Club 2,35 Orchestra "Camelot" 25 Orchestra HMy Fair Lady" 35 AFS 35 Assembly Partici- pant 1,2,3. BOTTOM, BOB Boys Pep 1,2,35 Proctor 3. BOWEN, RICK Intramurals 25 Vocational School 3, BOWHAY, JAN Jr. Girls Glee 15 Choraliers 25 State Mu- sic Festival 25 Girls Pep 1,25 "Camelot" cast 25 HMy Fair Lady" cast 35 FBLA 15 Future Nurses 25 Daisy Chain 25 Choir 35 Proctor 3. BOWMAN, STEVE Assembly Participant 15 Intramurals 15 Swimming 15 Proctor 1,35 Tours 3. BOYDSTON, SYLVIA 230 Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 3' Usher Club 1 2 BREWER SARA Library Club 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 1,25 Cadet 1,25 N,Y.-Washington Tour BROADUS EILENE B B B B B Choraliers 2' Choir 3' State Music Fes tival 2,35 11Camelot,' cast 25 1'My Fair Ladyu cast 35 New York-Washington Tour 35 Future Homemakers 1 2 3' His tortan 25 Daisy Chain 25 Girls Ensemble Daisy Chain 2 Debate Timekeeper 2 Rep Council Alt 3 BURGHART JACK Sports 1 BURGHART OHN Vocat1onalSchoo 1 2 3 BURTON RICK Senior Leader 3 Boys Pep 1 2 3 Proctor 3 Basketball 1 2 3 BUSEY EARL Vocational School 2 3 BYRD BILLIE Girls Pep 1 2 Concession Stand Worker t enoon suns ineont everanda are Paige Weber and Randy Lyden . . 5 . , , - - - Q 7 3. - ' , , - 7 . 7 , 1 1 ' 5 , , 5 Q 1 u - - ,, . , , , X 1 3. A 1 , BROKAW5 MICHELLE , - ' ' . - 7 - , I 7 7 , A 3 7 , - . , , , , , - 5 1 i i Z , , . . 7 I 7 , - - 5 - , 4 5 - A is , 5 A 5 ,I .59 , , 5 I 51 - , 5 . i 1 1 S S i S 1 S ' Girls Pep 1,25 Art Conference 1,2,3' Io nians 2 3 Vice-President 3 Intramurals 1,25 Wrestling 152,35 Boys ROWN, MIKE Glee 1. ROWN RANDY City Gov't Day 35 Boys Glee 15 Music Festival 15 Boys Pep 152,35 All-School Party staff 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 2' Intra murals 1 2 3' Proctor 1 2 3 ROWN RAYMOND Vocational School 2 3 UNCH EDWARD Band 1,2 3' Honorable Mention 2' '1You Can't Take It With You" cast 3' Assem bly Participant 35 Intramurals 1,25 Wres tling 1,2,35 Math Club 3' Latin Club 3 Proctor 25 Senior Boys Council 3 URGAT ANET Girls Pep 1,,25 Honor Pep 35 Game Cadet 1,25 Math Club 3' AFS 3' Proctor 1 2 3 Vocational School 3 Library Club 1 Proctor 1 CANFIELD LLOYD Proctor 2 CARLSON STEVE Boys Pep 1 2 3 Vocational School 3 Proctor 3 CARRINGTON PRESTON Senior Leader 3 Basketball 2 3 Track 1 All School Christmas Party King 3 Proc tor 3 CARROL PEGGY Madrigals 3 Ionians 2 3 Daisy Chain 2 Modern Dance 2 3 Squid Club 1 2 3 Choraliers 2 r Girls Glee 2 Chorus 2 3 Girls Pepl 2 Drill Team 2 3 All CENTER of all activity was the main ofhce. School Party cast 35 Music Festivals 1,25 35 Cast 'lkfly Fair Lady" 35 Cast MCame- lot" 2. CARTER, EDDIE Orchestra 15 Intramurals 1,2,35 Golf 35 Math Club 35 Latin Club 15 Proctor 3. CAUSEY, IDA Rep Council Alt. 1535 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Kansas Council on World Affairs Tour 25 French Club 1,25 Future Teachers 1,25 mera udicialCouncilRe 2 C 3, RCP 5.1 P 4 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 AFS 25 Sen- ior Girls Council Alt. 35 Mock U.N. 35 Girls Pep 1,2,3. CELL, WANDA Girls Pep 1,2535 French Club 2,35 FBLA 35 Daisy Chain 2. LARK, DAVID Boys Pep 1,2,35 All-School Party staff 3 Homecoming cast 35 Student Council 3 Senior Class Rep 35 Queen of Courts 3 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Assembly Partici pant 35 Intramurals 35 Senior Leader 3 T Club 2,35 Tennis 152,35 Basketball 1 Math Club 35 AFS 1,2535 Proctor 1,2. CHAMBERS, KEN CLARK, TED Boys Pep 3, French Club 3, Latin Club 35 Ionians 3. Boys Pep 152,35 Senior Leader 35 T Club 1,2,35 Swimming 1,25 Proctor 15253. PRINCIPAL Glenn E. Burnette received keys to the ofhcial school car from Vic Yarrington '231 PROUD recipients of the Invitational Basketball Tournament trophy are Coach Dean, Rob Balsters, Marvin Lawton, and Principal Burnette. ELITE English ladies and gentlemen follow the progress of the Ascot races during a performance of "My Fair Lady". CLOUSE, MONTY Honor-T 25 Homecoming staff 15 School Leadership Seminar 35 Nat'l Forensic 1, 2,35 Debate 1,2,35 Language Club 2535 Proctor 2,35 Senior Boys Council 3. COATES, NANCY Rep Council 15 Student Council 2, Secre- tary 25 Choraliers 25 State Music Fes- tival 25 Girls Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 All- School Party staff 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 15 Honor-T 1,25 Staff "The Innocentsw 25 Cast, Staff f'Early Dawnl' 25 Cast, Staff HCamelotH 25 Staff "You Can,t Take It With You" 35 Assembly Partici- pant 1,2,35 Intramurals 15 Science Club 152, President 25 Math Club 35 Spanish Club 1,2535 AFS 1,2,35 Medical Careers Club 35 Modern Dance 15 Proctor 1,35 Sophomore Party Chairman 15 Mock UN 1,2, Head Delegate 25 f'CategoriesH 35 Topeka Science Seminar 1,2,35 Girls State Alt. 25 National Science Foundation Institutes at Okla. State University and Kans. University 1525 President's Council 2. COBLER, LYNNWOOD Vocational School 35 Chess Club 1. COLEMAN, PAUL Rep Council 1,2535 Boys Pep 1,2535 Hon- or-T 2,35 Honorable Mention 15 Football 1,2,35 Swimming 152535 Science Club 25 Math Club 35 Campus Life 2535 Proctor 2535 German Club 2,35 Latin Club 1. CONUS, HOWARD Math Club 35 Chess Club 15 Proctor 35 JETS 253. COOK, KATHY Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Honorable Mention 25 Usher Club 1,2535 French Club 35 AFS Club 35 Proctor 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 City Govt. Day 35 Future Homemakers 152,3, Treasurer 25 Presi- dent 3. COOK, TRAVIS Class Vice-President 15 Class Rep 25 Stu- dent Congress President 35 Boys Pep 1,2, 35 All-School Party staff 1,2, Royalty 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honor-T 1,2,35 As- sembly Participant 152535 T Club 152,35 Swimming 1,2,35 Co-Captain 35 Football 2,35 Govt. Leadership Con. 15 Math Club 35 Chess Club 15 Spanish Club 2535 Key Club 152,35 Sophomore Party staff 15 JETS 1,2. COON, KEITH Band 152,35 f'Oklahoma', staff 15 Intra- murals 2,3. COOPER, BEVERLY Girls Pep 1,2,35 Honor Pep 35jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Usher Club 152,35 German Club 15 FBLA 1,2535 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Senior Girls Council 3. COPELAND, CHARLES CORKHILL, DEBRA Rep Council 2,35 Choraliers 25 Jr. Girls Glee 15 Music Festivals 2,35 Girls Pep 1, 2535 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honorable Mention 25 ffCamelot" cast 25 Assembly participant 1,2,35 Latin Club 15 AFS 2,35 Modern Dance 15 Future Homemakers 35 Proctor 2535 Debate Timekeeper 35 Choir 3. COUNSELLERMIOYCE Girls Pep 1,2,35 Senior Leader 35 Cam- pus Life 15 Daisy Chain 25 Future Home- makers 1. COWAN, LARRY Rep Council 1,25 Boys Pep 1525 Intra- murals 2,35 Senior Leader 35 Latin Club 25 Proctor 1,2,35 Debate Timekeeper 15 Senior Boys Council 3. CRAFT, WALTER Rep Council 25 Spanish Club 15 Swim- ming 15 Track 15 Cross Country 1,2535 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 T Club 35 Chess Club 1,35 Usher Club 35 Boys Pep 152,35 Assembly Participant 25 KSTC lnd. Arts Seminar 35 Cast HYour Showw 2. CRAIG, BILL Student Council 25 Rep Council 25 Class Rep 25 Topeka Mayor's Council 2,35 Boys Pep 1,2535 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honor-T 35 Honorable Mention 1525 In- tramurals 35 Senior Leader 35 Football 15 2,35 Track 152535 Math Club 35 Latin Club 15 Proctor 35 T Club 3. CROWDER, SONIA Daisy Chain 2. CRITES, NANCY jr. Girls Glee 15 Choir 2,35 Madrigals 2, 35 Music Festivals 2535 Cheerleader 1525 Homecoming Queen 35 Assembly Partici- pant 1,2535 Squid Club 1,2,35 Daisy D DANIEL, PETE Basketball 2. DANNER, MARY Girls Pep 15 Y-Teens 15 Proctor 1,25 Spanish Club 1. DAVIDSON, DEBBI jr. Girls Glee 15 Choraliers 25 Choir 35 Madrigals 35 Music Festivals 2,35 Girls Pep 1,2,35 Boys Pep 35 Queen of Courts staff35jr.-Sr. Prom staff25 'fMy Fair Lady" cast 2,35 Assembly Participant 35 Usher Club 1,2535 French Club 2535 AFS 35 FHA 152,35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 3. DAVIS, SUZANNE Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Drill Team 2,35 Honorable Mention 1525 f1Oklaho- man, f'Camelot" staffs 1525 Proctor 1525 Senior Girls Council 3, Secretary-Treas- urer 35 Math Club 35 AFS 25 French Club 2535 Daisy Chain 25 N.Y.-Wash- ington Tour 25 Future Teachers 253, Sec- retary-Treasurer 3. Chain 25 Debate Hostess,2. DELGADO, CYNTHIA CURLS, CARLINE WORLD staff 2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Jr. Girls Glee 15 Girls Pep 15 Vocational Proctor 25 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Girls Pep School 35 Daisy Chain 25 Ionians 1,2,3. 152. DELIGHTED at a victory over Law- rence is Queen of Courts, Vicky Smith. 233 VALENTINES Day finds Randy Lyden selecting Flowers for his favorite girl. DeLONG, DORIS Drill Team 25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Senior Leader 35 Daisy Chain 25 Busi- ness Club 2, Vice-President 25 Debate Hostess 1,2,35 Girls Gymnastics 1,3. DENZLER, LARRY Gymnastics 2,3. DESMOND, DIANN DIMMITT, SANDY Band 1 ,2,35 Stage Band 35 Youth Sym- phony 35 Honor-T 25 Honorable Men- tion 15 AFS 1,2,35 Secretary 35 AFS Council 35 French Club 1,25 French- Canadian Exchange Program 15 Rep Council Alt. 2,35 Science Fair 2,35 Tennis 1,2,35 Golf 2,35 Debate Timekeeper 35 Math Club 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Daisy Chain 25 Assembly Participant 152,35 Model UN 2,35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staH 25 Kansas Conference of Foreign and Domestic Affairs 3. DONNELLY, SAUNDRA Daisy Chain 25 Vocational School 35 Concession Stand Worker 35 Girls Pep 15 CIT 3, Treasurer 3. DOUGHERTY, SHEELAH Student Council 35 Rep Council 25 Class Rep 35 Honor Pep 35 Regular Pep 1,2,3, President 35 All-School Party staff 35 Homecoming staff 35 Queen ofCourts cast and sta1f2,35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff25 Honorable Mention 25 Assembly Partici- pant 2,35 Senior Leader 35 Debate 25 Debate Timekeeper 25 Debate Hostess 35 Nat'l. Forensic 25 AFS 1,25 Proctor 1,35 Daisy Chain 25 Future Nurses 1,25 Presi- dent of Medical Careers 35 Staff "Okla- homa" 15 Staff'LMy Three Angelsn 1' Staff 'fAuntie Mamef' 1. DOUGHERTY, SHIRLEY Q 234 Re Council 1' Girls Pe 1 2' Honor Proctor 1,35 Daisy Chain 25 Ionians 3. P 1 P 1 y Pep 35 Drill Team 2,35 Senior Leader 35 Debate Hostess 35 Squid Club 2,35 Proc- tor 1,35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekee- per 2,3. DOUGLAS, TERRI Rep Council Alt. 25 Choraliers 1,25 Choir 2,35 Girls Ensemble 35 Music Festival 1, 2,35 Queen of Courts Royalty 35 Cast S'Oklahoma" 15 Cast "Camelot,, 25 Cast g'My Fair Lady" 35 Intramurals 25 Daisy Chain 25 Modern Dance 35 Usher Club 35 French Club 2,35 German Club 3. DOUGLAS, YOGI Assembly Participant 25 Intramurals 1,2,, 3. DOUGLASS, LANI Choraliers 15 Jr. Girls Glee 25 Choir 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Girls Ensemble 35 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Modern Dance 15 Campus Life 35 Gymnastics 15 Cast MO- klahoma", uCamelot" 2,3. DOWNING, LINDA Girls Pep 1,2. DOYLE, PAT DRAYE, RAL PH Proctor 15 Debate Timekeeper 15 Future Teachers 25 AFS 1,35 Band 152,35 Or- chestra 35 ifMy Fair Lady" orchestra 3. DULA, JUDY Quill and Scroll 35 Girls Pep 15 Proctor 2, 35 Daisy Chain 25 FBLA 15 SUNFLOW- ER staff 3. DUNCAN, DAVE DURAN, SUSAN Spanish Club 2,3, DUNKLEY, DIANA Girls Pep 15 Homecoming staff 35 Assem- bly Participant 2,35 Football Cadet 1' 1 DUTTON, KRISTEN Rep Council 15 Ass't. Secretary of Point System 25 Secretary ofPoint System 35 All-School Party Royalty 35 All-School Party staff 2,35 Homecoming staff 15 Queen of Courts staff 15lIr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Sophomore Party staff 15 All- Time Honor-T 1,25 Debate 1,2,35 Debate Timekeeper 1,25 Speech Festivals 152,35 Bellamy Representative 35 N.Y.-Wash- ington Tour 25 Presidents' Council 35 AFS Hostess 25 Girls Pep 1, Vice-Presi- dent 25 Honor Pep 2,3, President 35 Dai- sy Chain 25 AFS Council 1,2,35 SUN- FLOWER staff 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Proctor 2,35 Nat'l Forensic 1,2,35 AFS Club 1 ,2,35 Red Cross 1,2,3, Vice-President 25 Young Life 2,3, Secretary 25 French Club 1,2,3, President 35 German Club 35 FHA 25 Future Teachers 2. E EBERLING, DAVE Boys Pep 1,2,3. EBERSPACHER, CARLENE Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Concession Stand Worker 35 FBLA 35 Business Education Clubs ofKansas 35 Debate Timekeeper 15 Future Teachers 1. EDWARDS, FORREST Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 35 Business Clubs 3. EDWARDS, SID Student Council 35 Class Rep 35 Band 1, 25 Music Festival 15 Boys Pep 1,2535 Basketball 1,2,35 Cross Country 1,25 Track 2,35 German Club 15 AFS Club 2, 35 Key Club 35JETS1,2,35 Proctor 3. EGGERS ON 7 AFS 35 Latin Club 15 German Club 2,35 Americans Abroad Candidate 35 Proctor 2535 Presidents Council 35 Assembly Par- ticipant 152,35 Young Life 2535 Student Council 25 Rep Council 35 Class Vice- President 25 Topeka Mayors' Council 2, 35 Quill, and Scroll 35 Boys Glee 15 Boys Pep 1,2,35 Intramurals 35 SUNFLOW- ER staff 35 All-School Party cast 25 Honor-T 25 All-School Party Royalty 35 T club 35 jr.-Sr. Prom cast 25 Football 1, 2535 Basketball 1525 Golf1,2,35 N.Y.- Washington Tour 35 Library Club 253, President 3. ELLISON, DAVE Band 15 Boys Pep 25 Senior Leader 35 Proctor 2535 Football 1,2,3. ESCOBAR, RONNIE Boys Glee 15 Choir 2,35 Music Festivals 2,35 Boys Pep 25 Intramurals 1,25 Senior Leader 35 Gymnastics 1,2,35 1'Oklaho- ma" staff 15 uCamelot" staff,2, EVARTS, ELLIS -Q65 NEGLECT CAN LEADTO YH '1e""p9Y'f guna, r Ewa 1 . PRONIOTING Dental Health Week, a showcase display catches the attention of Donna Allen. F FAY, BILL Boys Pep 15 French Club 35jr.-Sr. Prom staff 1. FEIDMAN, RICHARD Boys Pep 1. FERGUSEN, STEPHEN Proctor 152,35 Debate Timekeeper 1,25 Boys Pep 35 uYour Show" cast 15 Intra- murals 152. FINLEY, DIANNE 5 Rep Council 25 Choraliers 25 Vocational School 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Daisy Chain 2. FITZGERALD, MARTI Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff25 Assembly Participant 35 Senior Leader 35 French Club 2535 Ger- man Club 35 AFS Club 2,35 AFS Council 35 Daisy Chain 25 Senior Girls Council Alt. 35 "Camelot" staff 25 Proctor 2,35 Squid Club 152,3, Vice-President 35 Debate Timekeeper 35 Homecoming staff 3. FLOWERS, RAYMOND Vocational School 2,35 Proctor 2,3. FLOWERS, SUSAN Rep Council 15 Choraliers 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 German Club 15 Dai- sy Chain 25 Modern Dance 1. FOSTER, JEAN Band 1,25 Orchestra 35 Music Festivals l,2,35 Girls Pep 1525 Honor Pep 35 Math Club 35 Honorable Mention 1,25 Cast HMy Fair Ladyf' 35 Future Nurses 25 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Time- keeper 35 FHA 25 Fr-ench Club 1,253. FOWLER, KATHY Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Senior Leader 35 Vocational School 35 Daisy Chain 25 Business Education Club of Kansas 3. FOX, TERRI Girls Pep 152,35 Senior Leader 35 Mod- ern Dance 1,2535 Daisy Chain 2. FRANCIS, MIKE Rep Council 2,35 Boys Pep 1,2535 Home- coming staff 35 Cast "Auntie Mame" 15 Assembly Participant 25 Golf 1,2535 AFS 1,25 AFS Council 2. FREEBY, DIANE FBLA 2. 235 f:?!3'fZ4'f5?f't3f fffaff' 4,062 pdl., .f it W at f. ,Q A I ,k,,5..,,,5 Y-.11 Y- 'it ' 3 I rv' PRESIDENT of Spanish Club, jerry ,Iaram illo, speaks to the Topeka West Rotary Club. FREEMAN, BOB Rep Council 35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Proc- tor 2. FREEMAN, KATHY Concession Stand Worker 35 Honorable Mention 25 Vocational School 35 Proctor 1,25 Girls Pep 1,25 FBLA 2,3, Secretary 3. FRIESEN, MARCILE Girls Pep 1,25 Honorable Mention 1,25 Nat'l Forensic 25 Debate Hostess 25 Debate 25 Math Club 35 Latin Club 15 AFS 35 FBLA 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 15253. FRISBY, DAN AFS Club 2,35 Library Club 1,25 Voca- tional School 1,2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Debate Timekeeper 1.2 FROST, RONNIE Boys Pep 1,35 FBLA 1. G GALVAN, AURORA Spanish Club 1,2,35 Red Cross 1,25 FHA 15 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 1. GALLAWAY, ETHEL Transfer from Topeka West: Girls Pep 1,25 Intramurals 1. GARRETSON, MARTI Rep Council 2,35 Choraliers 25 jr. Girls Glee 15 Music Festival 2,35 Girls Pep 1, 236 25 Homecoming staff 2,35 Queen of Courts staff2,35jr.-Sr. Prom stafI25 Honorable Mention 25 "Camelot,' cast 25 t'My Fair Lady" cast 35 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 French Club 1,2,35 Girls Ensemble 35 Choir 35 StafT "You Can't Take It With You" 35 Staff "Early Dawnw 2. GARDNER, LOYCE Daisy Chain 25 Math Club 3. GEHRKE, RON Vocational School 2,35 Debate Time- keeper 2. GILBERT, JIM Intramurals 1,25 Vocational 2,35 Proctor 3. GILL, PAT City Gov't Day 15 Assembly Participant 35 Future Nurses 2 5 Debate Timekeeper 15 Daisy Chain 25 Sophomore Party staff 1. GILMORE, BILL Boys Pep 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35 De- bate 25 Debate Timekeeper 2. GLASGOW, KAREN Girls Pep 1,25 Campus Life 1,2. GOMEZ, MEMO Model U.N. 15 Proctor 2,35 Key Club 1 2,35 AFS Club 1,2,35 Chess Club 25 Debate 1,2,35 NFL 1,2,35 Track 1,25 Cross Country 2,35 Rep Council 1,2,35 Girls Pep 1 ,2,35 Homecoming stafT3' Honorable Mention 15 Intramurals 1,2. GOMEZ, MIKE 7 7 Band 3. GONZALES, LINDA Proctor 35 Y-Teens 1. GONZALEZ, LORRAINE Girls Pep 15 Vocational School 35 FHA 35 Daisy Chain 2. GOODSON, MARK Intramurals 25 Vocational School 3. GRABAUSKAS, SANDRA FBLA 15 Girls Pep 1. GRANT, PEGGY Student Council 2,35 Rep Council 15 Girls Pep 1, Sec-Treasurer 2, President 35 Honor Pep 2,35 Honor-T 1,2,35 Elec- tion Clerk 2,35 Debate Hostess 1,2,35 French Club 1,2,35 AFS 1,2,35 AFS Council 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Sophomore Party staff 15 Math Club 35 City Gov't Day 3. GRAUMAN, PETER Rep Council 1,25 Orchestra 1,2,35 Thes- pians 1,2,35 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Homecoming staff 25 Boys Pep 25 New York-Washington Tour 25 French Club 1,2,35 German Club 35 Cast f'The Inno- centsn 25 Cast "Early Dawn" 25 Cast 'Taming Of The Shrew" 2. GREEN, DAVID Boys Glee 1. GREGG, CHARLOTTE WORLD staff 25 Jr, Girls Glee 35 Concession Stand Worker 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 FHA 25 Daisy Chain 2. GRUNEWALD, LINDA Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 35 FBLA 25 Proctor 25 Daisy Chain 2. GOOLSBY, NORMA Vocational School 15 Girls Pep 15 Future Nurses 15 Intramurals 1. GUBANYI, JOE Rep Council 1,35 Boys Pep 1,2,35 Hon- orable Mention 15 Intramurals 35 Golf1, 2,35 N.Y.-Washington Tour 35 Library Club 1,2,35 German Club 2,35 Proctor 1, 2,3. GUERRERO, ,IEFFERY Band 15 Intramurals 1,2. GUTIERREZ, MARIA Girls Pep 2,35 Chorus 15 Spanish Club 3. H HALLECK, LINDA Rep Council 35 Quill and Scroll 35 SUNFLOWER staff 35 jr. Girls Glee 2, 35 Girls Pep 1,2,35 All-School Party staff 35 Homecoming staff 35 Assembly Parti- cipant 1,2,35 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 AFS Club 2,35 Latin Club 15 N.Y.- Washington Tour 2. HAMPTON, CHARLES Proctor 15 Staff "My Fair Ladyn 3. HANSEN, BARBARA Girls Pep 15 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 3. HARBAUGH, ARLEN Usher Club 35 Library Club 1,2,35 Math Club 35 French Club 1,25 AFS Club 15 AFS Council 35 Key Club 2,35 Proctor 1, 2,35 Honor-T 25 Senior Boys Council 3. HANSARD, SHERMAN Senior Leader 3. HARDEN, SHARON Girls Pep 1,25 Vocational School 35 Ush- er Club 35 N.Y.-Washington Tour 35 Proctor 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Business Clubs 1.25 Cast and stal'I uAuntie Mama?" 15 Staff '1Early Dawn" 25 Staff "My Three Angels" 2. HARKNESS, DeWITT Band 1,25 Music Festivals 1,25 Proctor 35 Boys Pep 1,2,3. HARLEY, DAVE Orchestra 1,2,35 Key Club 15 Proctor 3. HARPER, JIM Proctor 2. HARRIER, CHERYL Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 25 Future Nurses 2, HARRIS, BARBARA Y-Teens 1 . HARRISON, CHRISTINE Girls Pep 15 Daisy Chain 15 Library Club 1. HART, CHERYL SUE Cadets 15 Chess Club 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Proctor 2,35 Senior Leader 35 Intramurals 15 Girls Pep 15 Choir 35 Choraliers 25 City Gov't Day 35 Music Festivals 2,3. HART, JERRY Rep Council 1 5 Proctor 1. HARTWELL, JAMES Wrestling 1,2,3. HATKE, WALTER Rep Council 15 Proctor 35 German Club 2,35 Art Seminars 1,2,3. HAWLEY, STEPHANIE Usher Club 35 Debate Hostess 35 Y- Teens 1,25 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Senior Girls Council alt. 35 Girls Pep 1, 25 Concession Stand Worker 1,25 Assem- bly Participant 15 Homecoming stalf 1,25 Queen ofCourts staff 15Jr.-Sr. Prom SWHQZ- SENIOR Dave Clark escorts Queen of Courts HAYES, CRAIG candidate Marsha Martin down the center aisle Future Teachers 25 Intramurals 1,25 Proctor 1,25 Assembly Participant 15 Choir 2,35 Football 1,25 Track 1,25 Cast 'gOklahoma" 15 Cast 'gCamelot" 2. MASTER of CERE- MONIES, Bill Bark- er, conducted Queen of Courts halftime Coronation assisted by Kristen Dutton. i Rep Council Alt. 15 Girls Pep 1,25 Hon or Pep 35 Proctor 152,35 Daisy Chain 2 Library Club 15 Modern Dance 15 Sen ior Girls Council 3. HUTCHINSOFN, MARLAINE CONFRONTED with numerous decisions about college5jobs, scholarships, andthe future isjane Schlicher. HAYES, JOYCE HOLT, ALAN Drill Team 25 Future Nurses 25 Daisy T Club 2,35 Senior Leader 35 Intramur- Chain 25 Girls Pep 1,2,3. als 1,2,35 Proctor 2,35 AFS Club 35 Foot- HEDBERG, CANDY bH1l1,2,3- Band 1,2,35 Orchestra 1,2,35 Choir 35 HOLTBY,JIM Girls Pep 1 ,25 Drum Major 35 Home- HOLSTRQM JERRY coming staff 1,2,3' Honor-T 1 2' i 1 , 5 , G rls Ensemble 35 Operetta cast 152,35 French Club 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Time- keeper 25 AFS Club 2,35 AFS Council 35 AFS Hostess 3. HEIMERMAN, PAM Girls Pep 1,25 Modern Dance 15 Daisy Chain 2. HENNING, FRANK HERRON, ME ME Transfer from Owensville H.S.: Student Council 35 Rep Council 25 Class Officer 1525 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Jr. Girls Glee 25 Chorus 35 Music Festivals 2,35 Girls Pep 25 Majorette 2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 2,35 Thespians 35 Cast "The Cave Dwellersl' 35 Staff'fThe River in the Sunl' 35 AFS Club 35 Future Teachers 25 35 SPECTATOR staff 25 DUTCH- MAN staff 35 THS: Chorus 45 Music Festivals 45 Majorette 45 Science Club 45 Math Club 45 Future Teachers 4. HIRSCHBERG, ELAINE Ionians 2,35 Rep Council 35 City Govlt Day 35 AFS 1,25 Modern Dance 1,25 FHA 2,35 Proctor 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Girls Pep 2,35 All-School Party staff 2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Staff "Auntie Mamel' 15 Cast 'fEarly Dawnu 1. HODGES, RANDY German Club 15 Band 1,25 Music Fes- tivals 15 Math Club 35 Topeka Science Seminar 1,2,3. HODISON, BURNICE HOLLOWAY, MIKE Boys Pep 1,2535 Football 2,35 Track 152, 35 Wrestling 1. HOLLINGSWORTH, PAT 238 Math Club 35 Ionians 35 Senior Boys Council 35 Boys Pep 35Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 All-School Party staff 35 Staff ffYou Can't Take It With You" 3. HOLSTROM, RANDY Proctor 1,25 N.Y.-Washington Tour 35 Intramurals 1,2535 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Boys Pep 152,35 Music Festivals 1, 25 Boys Glee 1,2535 Cast 'fMy Fair Lady'7 35 Cast "Camelotl' 2. HOOPER, CAROL Girls Pep 1,25 Future Nurses 15 Proctor 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 2. HORTON, STEPHEN Band 1,25 Music Festivals 1,2. HOSHOUR, RICHARD Girls Pep 1,2,35 Staff "Auntie Mamet" 15 Senior Boys Council 35 AFS 3. HOUSE, SHIRLEY Daisy Chain 25 AFS 2,35 Language Clubs 1,3. HUDSON, MIKE Swimming 1,25 Proctor 1,35 Intramurals 1,25 'Art Conference 2,3. HUEBNER, CANDY Girls Pep 15 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 FHA 1,25 FBLA 35 Concession Stand Worker 35 FHA State Convention 1,2. HUMPHRIES, LINDA Rep Council 25 Ionians 2,35 Proctor 1,2, 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Girls Pep 1,2. HUNTSMAN, LARRY HUPP, GREG Boys Pep 1,35 Proctor 35 County Gov't Day 35 Intramurals 1. HUTCHENS, JANELL Library Club 1,2,3. IN GE, MARGARET City Gov't Day 35 Girls Pep 1,2,35 Homecoming staff 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Cast "My Fair Ladyl' 35 Assembly Parti- cipant 1535 Intramurals 1525 Senior Lead- er 35 Model U.N. 25 Science Club 25 Spanish Club 2,35 AFS Council 35 AFS Club 1,25 Future Nurses 25 Modern Dance 1,25 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 35 Conference on Foreign and Domestic Affairs 2,3. IRELAND, VIOLA I JACOBSCHHP I . ntramurals 3, Golf3. JACOBSSHARON Girls Pep 15 Concession Stand Worker 35 Debate 25 Library Club 15 Modern Dance 15 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Time- keeper 2,3. JACKSON, MIKE H. Student Council 152, President 35 Class President 15 Quill and Scroll 35 SUN- FLOWER staff 35 Boys Pep 1,2,35 All- School Party staff25 All-School Party Royalty 35 Homecoming escort 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honor-T 15 Assembly Par- ticipant 1,2,35 Proctor 1,35 Sophomore Girls Pep 1,25 Chorus 35 Proctor 1,2535 Party Staff 15 Latin Club 15 French Club 35 T Club 25 Swimming 152,3, Captain 35 Cross Country 25 Football 15 Track 1,2, 35 Ofiicial Bellamy Representative 35 K.U. Journalism Conferences 35 Camp Cheley 35 Lawrence School Conference 35 Boys State 2. JACKSON, MIKE M. Senior Boys Council 3. JARAMILLO, JERRY Rep Council 35 Boys Pep 2,35 Homecom- ing staff 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Assem- bly Participant 35JETS 35 Proctor 1,2535 AFS Club 35 Math Club 35 Football 35 Spanish Club 2,3, JOHNSON, ANDREW French Club 35 Latin Club 35 Ionians 35 Boys Pep 35 Intramurals 1,2,3. JOHNSON, BERT Proctor 1,25 Intramurals 1,253, JOHNSON, MARLENE Girls Pep 15 Daisy Chain 2. OHNSON RONNIE Spanish Cltib 35 Intramurals 1,25 Hon- orable Mention 1. JOHNSTON, JERRY Band 1,25 Boys Glee 35 Chorus 35 Intra- murals 152. JONES, CASEY ONES DONALD Proctod 35 Intramurals 1525 Senior Lead- er 35 Football 1,2,3. JUDD, STEVE Chess Club 35 Proctor 253. K KANE, LARRY French Club 35 Boys Glee 15 Band 1 Intramurals 15 Queen of Courts staff 35 Cast 1'Oklahoma" 15 Cast '1Camelot73 25 Cast HMy Fair Lady" 35 Chess Club 1 Music Festivals 1,2535 Rep Council 22 w Chorus 2,35 Golf2. KEARNS, KATHY Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 35 Library Club 15 FBLA 2535 Proctor 1525 Daisy Chain 2. KEELING, SHARON Girls Pep 25 Assembly Participant 35 Cadets 152,35 Library Club 1,2,35 Future Nurses 1,2,35 Modern Dance 1,2535 FHA 1,25 Proctor 1,2,35 Debate Time- keeper 25 Red Cross 152,35 Language Clubs 253. KELLEY, STEVE Boys Glee 1,25 Chorus 1. KELLER, LAURA Girls Pep 1525 Proctor 25 Daisy Chain 25 Drill Team 35 N.Y.-Washington Tour 35 Staff "My Fair Ladyw 3. KENDRICK5 CHET Intramurals 1,25 Senior Leader 35 Wres- tling 152,35 Football 15 Track 1,25 Proc- tor 35 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Cross Country 2. KENDRIX, RUBY Transfer from Highland Park HS.: In- tramurals 15 Debate Timekeeper 15 Rep Council 15 Vocational School 35 Red Cross 35 CIT 3. KERR, SONIA Choraliers 35 Honor Pep 35 AFS Club 35 AFS Council 3. KETCHUM, KATHI Drill Team 2,35 French Club 15 Daisy Chain 25 FBLA 3. KING, BETTY Girls Pep 1,2535 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff25 FBLA 35 Daisy Chain 25 Sophomore Party staff 1. KILTS, ROXIE Band 15 Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Assembly Participant 15 Vo- cational School 35 Proctor 1,25 Cadets 15 Daisy Chain 2. KINTNER, PATRICIA Proctor 1,25 Library Club 15 FBLA 2,35 HEARTY noon meals are served to more than 2,000 Trojans by arduous workers. County Govlt Day 35 Vocational School 35 Concession Stand Worker 35 Business Education Clubs of Kansas 35 BECK State Convention 3. KIRK, BECKY FBLA 2,35 Proctor 3. KIRWAN, LEE Proctor 15 Boys Pep 1525 German Club 253. KLEIN, DEBBIE Girls Pep 25 Gymnastics 15 Proctor 15 AFS Club 15 Daisy Chain 2. KNOX, PEGGY Senior Girls Council 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 35 Choraliers 35 Girls Pep 35 Squid Club 35 Modern Dance 35 Cast R'Your Show" 25 Assem- bly Participant 2,35 Cast 'LMy Fair Lady'I 35 Language Club 3. KRAMER, DU WAYNE Rep Council 15 Band 152,35 Orchestra 35 Boys Pep 1,2535 Music Festivals 2,35 Assembly Participant 152535 Intramurals 152,35 Senior Boys Council 35 Cast 1'Camelot" 25 Cast UMy Fair Lady" 35 Debate 15 Chess Club 35 Proctor 2,35 JETS 35 Debate Timekeeper 1,2,3, KUFAHL, LYNDON Intramurals 3. KURTZ, LES Transfer from Wichita East HS.: Or- chestra 15 Youth Symphony 15 Cross Country 15 Debate 15 Debate Timekeep- er 15 Math Club 15 Assembly Partici- pant 15 Cast HI-I.M.S. Pinaforell 15 Mu- sic Festivals 15 THS: WORLD staHA2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Vice-President 35 Orchestra 2,35 Youth Choir 35 Music Festivals 2535 AFS Club 2535 AFS Presi- dent 35 Boys Pep 2,35 Homecoming staff 35 Staff l'Camelot" 25 Cast HMy Fair Ladyi' 35 Assembly Participant 2,35 Journalism Conference 25 French Club 2,35 German Club 35 Proctor 2. KYSER, CALVIN Boys Pep 253. 239 L LAING, CLINT Madrigals 2,35 Assembly Participant 1, 2,35 Cast '1Oklahoma" 15 Cast 1'Came- loti' 25 Cast uMy Fair Lady" 35 Choir 2, 35 Music Festivals 2,35 Boys Pep 1,35 ALL-School Party cast 2,35 Jr.-Sr. Prom cast 25 Spanish Club 35 Math Club 35 Chess Club 35 Science Seminar 1 ,2,3. LAKE, EDNA Daisy Chain 25 Senior Leader 35 Voca- tional School 3. LAMBERT, JUDY Band 152,35 Orchestra 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Music Festival 25 Jn- Sr, Prom staff 25 Honorable Mention 1,25 Cast uMy Fair Ladyi' 35 AFS Club 35 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 25 French Club 1,2,35 French-Canadian Exchange Program 1. LANG, BERNADENE Drill Team 25 Daisy Chain 25 Usher Club 25 Girls Pep 152,3. LANG, JODY Girls Pep 1,2535 Proctor 253, LASSMAN, SUSAN Jr. Girls Glee 15 Music Festival 2,35 Girls Pep 1,2,35 Senior Leader 35 Daisy Chain 25 FHA 35 Modern Dance 15 AFS Club 35 Math Club 35 N.Y.-Washington Tour 35 Assembly Participant 35 Thes- pians 2,35 StafI'LYour Shown 35 StafI HEarly Dawnw 25 Cast 'LCamelot" 25 Staff 'LThe Innocentsi' 25 Cast 'gMy Fair Ladyi' 3, LAWTON, MARVIN Boys Pep 15 T Club 15 Science Club 35 Proctor 15 Basketball 3. Lewis, JEFF Concession Stand W'orker 35 Vocational School 35 FBLA 3. LEWIS, WENDELL French Club 2,3 LINSCOTT, COSA Rep Council 1,25 Cheerleader 1,35 Girls Pep 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Homecom- ing staff 15 Queen of Courts staFf25 All- School Party Royalty 35 Sophomore Par- ty staf'I15Jr,-Sr, Prom stafI25 Senior Leader 35 AFS 15 Spanish Club 2,35 Modern Dance 2,35 Proctor 152,35 Squid Club 2,35 Daisy Chain 2. LISKA, DON LOHNESS, HARLEY Swimming 1,2,35 Library Club 1,25 Chess Club 15 Proctor 1,2,35 Debate Timekeeper 15 Senior Boys Council 3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Intramurals 1,2, 35 Senior Leader 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom stafi' 25 Boys Pep 1,2535 Rep Council 1. LONG, DAVE Track 1,35 Proctor 2,35 Intramurals 1,2, 35 Staff 'LMy Fair Lady" 35 Boys Pep 1, 2,3 LONG, EVERETT Proctor 152,35 Intramurals 1,2,3. LONGREN, MAREN Girls Pep 1,2,35 Staff"Auntie Mame" 15 Spanish Club 35 Daisy Chain 25 Staff "Oklahoma" 15 N.Y.-Washington Tour 25 AFS Club 25 Future Teachers 15 Proc- tor 35 FHA 1,2,3, Vice-President 3. LOVERA, TONY LUSTER, SHARON Chorus 35 Girls Pep 35 Drill Team 15 Intramurals 25 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 35 240 AS JUNIORS, Jon Eggers and Rob Balsters watched graduation proceedings. Now they take part in them. EMBASSY ballroom dancing is enjoyed by Eliza and Higgins in HMy Fair Lady", Assembly Participant 35 French Club 152, 35 FBLA 35 Modern Dance 1,35 Gymnas- tics 2. LUTHE, VICKI Girls Pep 1,25 Vocational School 35 Proc- tor 15 Daisy Chain 25 Usher Club 3. LUTTJQHANN, MIKE LYDEN, RANDY Football 1,2,35 Wrestling 2. M McATEE, RANDY Rep Council 15 Boys Pep 1,25 Intramur- als 1,2,3. MCCABE, MIKE Boys Pep 1,2,35 Intramurals 15 Football 1,2,35 Proctor 3. MCCLAIN, GWEN Girls Pep 15 Ionians 1, Usher club 1,25 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 2. MCCLELLAND, TERRI Girls Pep 152,35 Drill Team 2,35 Senior Leader 35 Assembly Participant 35 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Modern Dance 1,2,3, Vice-President 35 Honora- ble Mention 1,2. MCENTIRE, DAVE MCGEE, LENA jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Girls Pep 1,25 Cho- rus 355112 Girls Glee 25 Cast g'Your Show" 25 Daisy Chain 25 Modern Dance 15253, MCGRATH, RANDY Senior Leader 35 Senior Boys Council 3, Vice-President5 Boys Pep 15 Student Council 35 Rep Council 25 WORLD staff 35 Quill and Scroll 35 All-School Party staii' 35 Honor-T 1,25 T Club 25 Assem- bly participant 1,2,35 Library Club 15 AFS 35 Key Club 35 Spanish Club 152,3, Treasurer 35 Proctor 1,2535 Class Vice- President 35 Football 152,35 Tennis 1,2535 Basketball 1,2,3. MCKINNEY, KATY Pep Club 1,25 Rep Council 25 Drill Team 25 Senior Leader 35 French Club 152,35 Modern Dance 2,35 Proctor 1,2,35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Daisy Chain 25 AFS 25 Model U.N. 35 Intramurals 2. MCNEIL, TERRY McWHIRT, LARRY Chorus 1525 Boys Glee1,3, MAH, JANIE Business Clubs 3. MAH, ,IEANIE Vocational School 35 FBLA 2. MAH, LARRY Boys Pep 15 Math Club 35 AFS 35 Proc- tor 35 Language Club 3. MAGERKURTH, JOHN Boys Pep 2,35 Assembly Participant 25 Music Festival 15 Swimming 152,35 Foot- ball 15253. 5 MALMSTROM, CARLENE Choraliers 25 Jr. Girls Glee 15 Music Fes- tival 25 Girls Pep 1525 Homecoming staff 2,35 Queen ofCourts staff2,35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honor-T 25 Cast '4Came- lotn 25 Cast c'My Fair Lady" 35 Staff "Early Dawn" 25 Staff uThe Innocentsw 25 Staff g'You Can't Take It With You" 35 Math Club 35 French Club 1,2535 AFS Club 25 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Pres- idents Council 35 Assembly Participant 15 2,3. MARSOLAIS, RENEE Girls Pep 25 FHA 3. MARTIN, MIKE WORLD stafI3. MARTIN, MARSHA Student Council 1,2535 Class Secretary- Treasurer 152,35 Topeka Mayor's Coun- cil 2,3, Secretary 35 WORLD staff 2,3, Co-Editor 35 Quill and Scroll 253, Social Chrmn. 35 Girls Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 Drill Team 253, Assist. Captain 35 All- School Party staFf1,2,35 Party Flower Girl 25 Queen of Courts royalty 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,25 Girls Tennis Team 35 Game Cadet 15 Girls State 35 KU jour- nalism conference 2,35 Debate Hostess 1, 2, Chrmn. 35 AFS 152,35 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 35 Debate Timekeeper 1,2,35 Sophomore Party staff 15 Bellamy Dele- gate 35 Ticket Sales 2,35 La Scratoma Award for THS 35 Ofhcers Training Course Chrmn. 3. MARTIN, TONY Football 15 Wrestling 15 Judicial Council 15 Track 15 Boys Pep 253. MARTINEZ, KATIE MARTINEZ, MIKE Intramurals 15 Vocational School 1,2,35 Debate Timekeeper 1,2. MAYS, MARCIA Daisy Chain 2. MENDEZHIESSE Rep Council 25 Boys Pep 1,2,3. MERCERJOHN Boys Glee 35 Boys Pep 152,35 Assembly Participant 35 Intramurals 152,35 Senior Leader 35 Choir 35 Modern Dance 35 German Club 2,35 Track 35 Wrestling 25 Football 15 "My Fair Lady" cast 3. MERCER, SARA Choraliers 25 Choir 35 Music Festivals 2, 35 Girls Pep 1,2,35 Drill Team 2535 '1Camelot" cast 25 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Modern Dance 1,25 Future Nurses 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Red Cross 15 French Club 2. MERRIFIELD, BARBARA Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 35 Proctor 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Business Clubs 2,35 Daisy Chain 2. MEYER, BELINDA Orchestra 35 Music Festivals 35 Honor Pep 35 Assembly Participant 35 'tMy Fair Ladyi' cast 35 AFS Council 35 French Club 35 Debate Timekeeper 35 Senior Girls Council 3. MEDIEVAL castles in World Background class are explained with the use of diagrams by Mr. Hill to Kathy Sassaman. 241 MEYER, BILLIEJO Drill Team 2,35 Girls Pep 1,25 Senior Leader 35 Daisy Chain 25 FBLA 15 Girls Gymnastics 1,2,3. MILES, HELEN Library Club 15 Proctor 15 Debate Time- keeper 15 Concession Stand Worker 35 AFS Club 25 Business Education Club of Kansas 3. MILLER, CAROLYN Transfer from Maryville H.S.5 Chorus 15 FBLA 1. MILLER, CHUCK Proctor 35 Intramurals 152,35 German Club 2.3. MILLERMIACKIE Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 35 FBLA 3' Ush- er Club 2,35 Game Cadet 15 Girls Pep 1. MILLER, MARGARET Band 1,2535 Girls Pep 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Modern Dance 15 Future Nurses 15 Majorettes 152,35 Business Clubs 2,35 l'Your Shown cast 15xIr.-Sr. Prom staff 2. MOKE, RANDY Student Council 2,35 Class Rep 25 Class President 35 Boys Pep 2,35 All-School Party staff 2,35 Homecoming escort 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 NFL 1,2,35 Debate 1,2,35 Intramurals 25 Assembly Partici- pant 2,35 AFS Club 35 Proctor 1,2,3. MONTGONIERYMIOE 242 PRO MOTING Vocational Education Week are THS senior, Terry Waggoner, Governor Docking, and other sponsors. Senior Boys Council 35 Chess Club 152,35 Math Club 2,35 Usher Club 35 Wrestling 3 MOORE, COLLEEN Transfer from Wichita NorthfRep Coun- cil 25 Chorus 15 THS: All-School Party staff 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff25 Queen of Courts staff 25 Assembly Participant 25 Vocational School 35 AFS Club 2. MooR13,JAN Spanish Club 15 Girls Pep 1. MOORE, RICHARD Proctor 35 Football 2,35 Track 2. MORROW, KAREN Rep Council 15 Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 3' Proctor 35 FBLA 2,35 Senior Girls Coun- cil Alt. 35 Business Ed. Clubs of Kansas 3 Treasurer 35 FBLA State Convention 2. 5 MOSES, MARGARET Senior Leader 3. MURRAY, VICCIE jr. Girls Glee 15 Chorus 15 Girls Pep 15 Assembly Participant 15 Vocational School 35 Usher Club 25 CIT 3. MYRICK, CHRIS Assembly Participant 35 Daisy Chain 25 Girls Pep 1,25 Proctor 2,35 Thespians 35 Play Cadets 25 N.Y.-Washington Tour 35 Staff f'Camelot,' 25 Staff "My Fair Ladyf' 35 Staff"Early Dawnf' 25 Staff "The Innocents" 25 Staff MYou Can't Take It With You" 3. N NASH, TED Class Representative 15 Mayor's Council 35 Boys Pep 1,25 President 35 All-School Party staff 15 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 15 Intra- murals 35 Senior Leader 35 Basketball 1' : Library Club 2, Project Chairman 25 Proctor 25 Sophomore Pary staff 15 Stu- dent Council 1. NEUHEIM, CHARLES NEDEAUJOYCE Rep Council 15 Girls Pep 15 Library Club 1,25 Library Proctor 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 3. NEELY, JANIS FBLA 25 Proctor 2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff Z5 Girls Pep 1. NEFF, LOY CHARLES, III Boys Pep 1,25 uCamelot'f staff 25 Intra- murals 1. NELSON, DAVID Chess Club 35 Math Club 35 Library Club 15 Gymnastics 1. NELSON, VICKI Proctor 1,2,35 Future Nurses 1. NEW, LA RON Intramurals 1,25 Track 1,25 Proctor 3. NEWMAN, LARRY Proctor 15253. NIEMANN, EMILY Girls Pep 1525 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 25 Campus Life 35 Squid Club 1525 Modern Dance 1,25 Business Clubs 15 Debate 2,35 Debate Hostess 2535 Debate Timekeeper 15 Nat'l. Forensic 3. NUNEMAKER5 CHUCK Boys Pep 1535 Assembly Participant 25 Intramurals 152,35 Golf152,35 French Club 1,25 Proctor 3. NUSBAUM, PAUL Rep Council 35 Choir 152.35 Music Fes- tivals 152,35 Boys Pep 1,2,35 All-School Party staff 35 Homecoming staff 35 Queen of Courts staff 35 'LCamelot'l cast 25 'LMy Fair Lady" cast 35 Assembly Participant 152,35 Intramurals 2535 Library Club 35 Hi-Y 15 FBLA 152,35 Future Teachers 15 25 Proctor 35 Debate Timekeeper 3. O OAKES, CYNTHIA Rep Council 25 Choraliers 35 Pep Club 15. 25 Honor Pep 35 Operetta 35 Spanish Club 35 Ionians 2,35 Secretary-Treasurer 35 Proctor 25 Daisy Chain 25 Music Fes- tivals 35 Assembly Participant 3. O'NEILL, JANET jr. Girls Glee 2535 Daisy Chain 25 Medi- cal Careers 3. ORTEGA, PHIL Boys Pep 15 Vocational School 35 Spanish Club 152. OROKE5 JIM Math Club 35 Chess Club 15253. ORTEGA, MARY Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 35 Library Club 25 Business Clubs 35 Proctor 2. OWEN, MELISSA Quill and Scroll 35 WORLD staff 35 Girls Pep 15 All-School Party staff 35 Queen of Courts 35 jr.-Sr. Prom Cast 25 Proctor 35 French Club 15 Senior Girls Council 35 Speech and Drama Festival 25 f'Camelot" cast and staff25 f'My Fair Lady" cast and staff 35 'LYour Show" cast 1525 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Thes- pians 2,35 Cast uThe Innocentsw 25 Cast "You Can't Take It With You" 35 Cast g'Early Dawn" 25 Cast 'gAuntie Mamc" 1. P PACKARD, JEANNE Usher Club 35 Chorus 15 Girls Pep 1,2 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 2. PALM, MAR ORIE Chorus 25 jr. irls Glee 3. PARKER, CURTIS PATTERSON, MARSHALL Intramurals 1525 Basketball 1. PAYTON5 GREG Model U.N. 25 Honor-T 25 Thespians 25 35 Play cast 2,35 'LMy Fair Lady" cast 3 Homecoming cast 35 jr.-Sr. Prom cast 2 Proctor 2,35 AFS 2,35 Debate Host 253 Nat'l. Forensic 15253, Secretary 3 French Club 253, Secretary 2. I PEARSON, MYRTLE Cadets 15 Ushers Club 35 Modern Dance 35 Proctor 25 Daisy Chain 25 Senior Leader 35 Intramurals 25 Cast "Your Shown 15 Assembly Participant 35 Girls Pep 15 Chorus 25 All-School Party Roy- alty 3. PEKAREK, BARBARA ANN Girls Pep 15 Choralicrs 25 Jr. Girls Glee 15 Music Festivals 2. PEREZ, JOE PERRY, JANE Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Senior Leader 35 Daisy Chain 25 Senior Girls Council 35 Drill Team 2,35 Proctor 253. PETR, CHRIS Basketball 152,35 Rep Council 35 JETS 1525 Math Club 35 Judicial Council 15 Proctor 3. PETTIT, MARILYN Senior Girls Council Alt. 35 Girls Pep 1, 25 Drill Team 25 Squid Club 1,2535 Dai- sy Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Voca- tional School 35 Concession Stand Work- er 3. PRICE, CRAIG AFS 2,35 Proctor 2,35 Debate Timekee- per 15 Spanish Club 1,25 Math Club 35 Tennis 152535 T-Club 25 Intramurals 15 2,35 Chief Justice of Judicial Council 35 Assembly Participant 35 Honor-T 2,35 PRACTICING his term of student teach- ing is Mr. Heller in a physiology class. Queen of Courts staff 35 Boys Pep 152,35 Quill and Scroll 35 WORLD staff 35 Student Council 3. PRICE, SHIRLEY Debate Timekeeper 15 Campus Life 35 Cadets 15 "Your Shown cast 1. QUINN, MIKE Transfer from Tascosa HS.: Intramur als 1525 Sports 1,25 Latin Club 1,25 THS: Boys Pep 35 Proctor 3. R RADD. ELMER Ionians 2,3. i RAMIREZ5 VIVIAN Intramurals 1. RANGEL, TOM Assembly Participant 1,2535 Vocational School 2535 Proctor 152. RAWLINGS, CHESTER 243 l l ELATED members of the varsity team winning the trophy at the Regional Tournament are Preston Carrington, Ralph Bryant. REDFQRD, MIKE City Govit Day 35 Boys Pep 1,2,3. Transfer from Lawrence H. . t REED, RON S: Studen Council 1,2g Choir 25 Music Festival 25 Intramurals 1,2g Assembly Participant 1 2g Hy-Y 1,2g Football 1,23 Basketball 1 Gymnastics 1g THS: Boys Pep 35 Foot- ball 3. REDING, LARRY REASER, WANDA Girls Pep 1,25 Play Cadet 2,35 FBLA 3. REED, RAYMOND R 244 Band 15 Boys Pep 1,2,3g All-School Par- ty staff 2,35 Homecoming stafT 2,35 Queen of Courts staff 2,35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honorable Mention 1,2,35 As- sembly Participant 1,2,3g Intramurals 1, 2,35 T-Club 1,2,35 Cross Country 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 Sr. Boys Council 3g Science Club 1,2,3g German Club 1,2,3g Hi-Y 1g Girls Pep 1g Concession Stand Worker 3g Business Clubs 35 Debate Timekeeper 15 Vocational School 3. REIMAN, JERRY Band 1,2,3g Music Festivals 1,2,3g Or- chestra 2,3g HCamelot" Orchestra 25 HMy Fair Lady" Orchestra 33 "Your Shown cast 25 Assembly Participant 1,2, 3gJr.-Sr. Prom stafT2. Proctor 1,2,3g Sophomore Party staff 1. RENFRQ, MIKE EICHMAN, SHERRY Track 13 Library Club 1. 3 l l PENSIVE during his free time is Randy McGrath. RICKSON, DIANA SUNFLOWER staff 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Girls Pep 152,35 Homecoming staff 355 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 N.Y.-Washington Tour 35 Proctor 15 Daisy Chain 2. RIGGIN, GEORGE Boys Pep 1,35 Rep Council 2535 Intra- murals 2,35 German Club 35 JETS 1,25 3. RILEY, BERNADETTE Chorus 15 Girls Pep 15 Concession Stand Worker 35 CIT 3, Vice-President 35 Dai-4 sy Chain 2. RISSEN5 SHARLETT Girls Pep 1,25 Ionians 35 WORLD staff 3. ROBERSONJANICE Girls Pep 15 Stafff'My Fair Lady" 35 Proctor 3. ROBERTS, NANCY Staff f'Skin of Our Teeth" 15 Staff "Ear- ly Dawn" 25 Girls Pep 1,25 jr.-Sr. Prom staff25 Proctor 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 FHA 25 Quill and Scroll 35 Choraliers 35 Sen- ior Girls Council 3. ROBINSON, CHERYL Girls Pep 1,25 Rep Council Alt. 35 Concession Stand Worker 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Daisy Chain 25 FHA 25 Vocation School 35 Business Education Clubs of Kansas 3. ROCKWELL, MARK German Club 1,25 Wrestling 15 Golf 15 Cross Country 1. RODEHORST, ALLEN Boys Pep 15 Math Club 15 Language Clubs 3. RODERICK, ALBERT Band 3. RODRIQUEZ, DANNY A Intramurals 25 Senior Leader 3. RODRIEGUES, MARGARITA Proctor 15 Chorus 1,25 Assembly Partici- pant 152. RODRIGUEZ, PAUL Rep Council 15 Chorus 35 Assembly Par- ticipant 35 Intramurals 1,25 Sophomore Party staff 1. ROSE, DOROTHY Girls Pep 152. ROSS, LEON Football 1. ROSS, ROD County Govlt Day 35 Boys Pep 1,25 Debate 15 Nat'l Forensic 15 Math Club 2,3. ROWAND, BEV Band 152,35 Chorus 15 Music Festivals 2, 35 Girls Pep 1,2,35 Alt. Majorette 35 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Game Cadet 15 Spanish Club 25 Modern Dance 152,35 Proctor 1 5 Debate Timekeeper 152,3. ROWE, KATHY Rep Council 15 Cheerleader 1,2,3, Head 35 Homecoming Royalty 35 Assembly Participant 152,35 FBLA 2,35 Proctor 15 2,35 Daisy Chain 2. ROWZER, LINDA RUMBAUT, CARLOS fer from Albu uer ue New Mexi Trans q q , - co: Chess Club 25 Spanish'Club 25 Dra- ma Club 25 Boys State 25 Intramurals 25 THS: 'fYou Can't Take It With You" cast 35 Chess Club 35 Thespians 35 Sen- ior Boys Council 35 Assembly Partici- pant 3. HONOR student, Cheryl Atteberry receives her invitation to the Cham- ber of Commerce Honors Banquet. RUDER, JON Boys Pep 3. S ST. LOUIS, MARGARET FBLA 3. SAMS, STEPHANIE Girls Pep 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Debate Tirnekeeper 1. SANCHEZ, ALBERT Vocational School 253. SANDBERG, KATHY Girls Pep 1525 Proctor 15 Daisy Chain 25 Future Nurses 1,253. SANDMEYER, SALLY Rep Council 15 Cheerleader 1,2535 Girls Pep 152,35 All-School Party staff 1 ,2, Queen 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Senior Leader 35 In- tramurals 1,35 Debate Hostess 25 Mod- ern Dance 1535 Squid Club 35 Proctor 15 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Sophomore Party staff 1. SAPPENFIELD, BARBARA Girls Pep 1,2,35 Staff f'Auntie Mame" 15 Modern Dance 15 FBLA 2,35 AFS Club 2,3. SASSAMAN, KATHY Quill and Scroll 2,35 President 35 SUN- FLOWER staff 2,3, Editor 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Assembly Participant 2535 Proctor 2, 35 Daisy Chain 25 FBLA 2,35 Campus Life 152,35 Debate Timekeeper 25 K.U, Journalism Conferences 2,35 Presidentfs Council 3. 245 2 I LOVELY candidates for Queen fC I 0 ourts are Terri Douglas, Marsha Martin, and Vicky Smith. SAWYER, MARY Rep Council 15 Girls Pep 1,25 Honorable Mention 15 Proctor 1,2535 Daisy Chain 25 Future Teachers 15 French Club 1,2, 35 FBLA 253. SCHLICHERMIANE Rep Council 2,35 Quill and Scroll 35 SUNFLOWER staff 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 All-School Party staff 2535 jr.-Sr, Prom staff 15 Staff 'fOklahoma" 15 Senior Leader 35 Assembly Partici- pant 2,35 Proctor 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Sophomore Party staff 15 AFS Club 25 Debate Hostess 35 French Club 1. SCHNEIDER, DINAH Girls Pep 15 Majorette 1525 Head Ma- jorette 35 Cast 'fYour Show' 15 Daisy Chain 2. SCHNEIDERMIERRY Boys Pep 152,35 Math Club 35 German Club 25 Latin Club 15 Intramurals 1. SCHREIBER, CYNTHIA German Club 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 AFS Club 2,35 Math Club 35 Band 1,25 Chor- aliers 25 jr. Girls Glee 15 Girls Pep 1,25 35 Music Festivals 253. SHREINIPPHIERRY Vocational School 35 Proctor 15 Chess Club 2. SCHUTZ, MIKE . Intramurals 15 Boys Pep 1. 246 SELF, JAMES Math Club 35 Spanish Club 25 Intra- murals 152,35 Homecoming staff 35 Boys Pep 15 N.Y.-Washington Tour 3. SEMON, BARBARA Rep Council 35 Choraliers 25 Choir 35 Music Festivals 2,35 Girls Pep 152,35 Homecoming staff35 Queen ofCourts staff35Jr.-Sr. Prom staff25 Assembly Participant 1,2535 Cast '1Camelot', 25 Cast f'My Fair Lady" 35 Proctor 1,2535 Daisy Chain 25 Sophomore Party staff 15 Cadets 15 AFS Club 35 French Club 15 German Club 2. SEWELL, RITA Vocational School 3. SHELTON, SARA Proctor 1,25 Squid Club 2,35 Honorable Mention 15 Cast "Your Show" 25 As- sembly Participant 2535 Library Club 1, 2, Secretary 25 Modern Dance 1,2535 President 35 Honor Pep 35 FHA 25 Daisy Chain 25 Presidents Council 35 Rep Council 1,2535 Drill Team 35 Homecom- ing staff 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 All- School Party Royalty 3. SIEH, ROBERT JETS 35 Boys Pep 1. SHEPHERD, JACQUELINE Transfer from Spring eld H.S.: Gym- nastics Club 25 Modern Dance25 Red Cross 25 THS: Modern Dance 35 Debate Timekeeper 15 Assembly Participant 3. SHOCKLEY, SUSAN Usher Club 1,2,35 Math Club 35 French Club 1,2,35 FHA 35 Daisy Chain 25 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff3. SHORT, CHERYL Drill Team 2,35 Senior Leader 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Homecoming staff 35 Proctor 25 Daisy Chain 25 Gymnastics Team 2. SHROEDER, HEDY SHUART, LAIRD Latin Club 15 Proctor 35 Wrestling 15 Intramurals 1,25 Assembly Participant 25 Girls Pep 1,253 SIMON, FRANCES Girls Pep 1,25 Assembly Participant 35 Daisy Chain 25 Modern Dance 15 FHA 35 Proctor 1. SIMONS, KATHY Rep Council 25 City Gov't Day 15 Band 35 Jr. Girls Glee 25 Music Festival 35 Girls Pep 25 Honorable Mention 15 As- sembly Participant 152,35 All-School Party staff 2,35 Homecoming staff 2,35 Sta1fHCamelot', 25 Staff f'My Fair Lady" 35 Debate Timekeeper 1,25 De- bate 1,2,35 Usher Club 15 Debate Hos- tess 2,35 Future Nurses 2,35 Modern Dance 15 Daisy Chain 25 AFS Club 2,3. SMALLEY, OYCE Girls Pep 15 BLA 253. SMITH, CINDY Rep Council 1,253, Secretary 35 Girls Pep 15 Honor Pep 2,35 Debate Hostess 1, 2,35 French Club 15 Proctor 2,35 Queen of Courts staff 35 Senior Girls Council Social Chrmn. 35 Daisy Chain 2. SMITH, HILO Football 1,25 Track 1,2,3. SMITH, JANET Transfer' from Erie, Kansas: Kayettes 15 Girls Glee 15 THS: Vocational School 35 Business Education Clubs of Kansas 35 Distributive Education Clubs of Kansas 3. SMITH, PAM Vocational School 3. SMITH, SHARON jr, Girls Glee 15 Choraliers 25 Choir 35 Senior Girls Council 35 Cast f1Camelot" 25 Cast "My Fair Ladyw 35 Girls Pep 15 25 Rep Council 25 Modern Dance 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Music Festivals 2535 Homecoming staff 3. SMITH, VICKY Girls Pep 1,2,35 County Govlt Day 35 Queen of Courts staff 2, Queen 35 Span- ish Club 2,35 FBLA 35 FHA 2,35 Daisy Chain 2. SNEDEN, PATTY Girls Pep 1,2,35 Jr. Girls Glee 15 Choir 2535 Madrigals 2,35 Drill Team 25 Mod- ern Dance 15 Assembly Participant 152, 35 Spanish Club 35 Cast uCamelotl' 25 Cast "My Fair Ladyn 35 Squid Club 25 35 Daisy Chain 25 Music Festivals 253. SNEPP, CARLENE Transfer from Abilene H.S.: Y-Teens 15 Proctor 15 Library Club 15 Girls Pep 15 THS: Daisy Chain 25 Usher Club 25 Girls Pep 2. SPAULDING5 NELSON Proctor 1,2535 CB Radio Club 15 Voca- tional School 253. SPECHT, TED Safety Club 1,25 Science Club 15 Football 1,25 Basketball 1525 Sophomore Party su. staffl, SPENCER, LEN Proctor 2. SPIKER, CAROL Vocational School 35 FBLA 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Concession Stand Worker 3. STAMNI, PATTI Library Club 1,2,35 FBLA 35 Modern Dance 15 Daisy Chain 25 Proctor 1,2535 City Gov't Day 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Senior Leader 3. STAUFFER, MICHAEL German Club 2,35 Red Cross 15 Band 1, 2,35 Music Festival 2. STEELE, ANDREW Intramurals 15 Chess Club 3, STEELE, BABETTE Daisy Chain 25 Vocational School 3. STELZNER, SUSIE Drill Team 35 FBLA 2,35 Treasurer 35 Girls Pep 1,2,35 Modern Dance 3. STEVENS, VESTER CIT 3. STEVENSON, ROBERT Intramurals 1,2,3, STEWART, MIKE Senior Boys Council 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom sta1T 25 Assembly Participant 1,2,35 Debate Timekeeper 15 Proctor 25 Math Club 35 Chess Club 15 Basketball 1,2,35 City Gov't Day 3. STEWART, WAYNE Boys Pep 25 Intramurals 25 Senior Lead- er 35 Proctor 35 Football 15 Basketball 15 Wrestling 15 Track 1. STIRTZ, MARLENE Choraliers 35 jr. Girls Glee 25 Girls Pep 1,25 Staff 'gThe Innocents" 25 Assembly Participant 2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Spanish Club 2. STONE, BARBARA Girls Pep 1. STOVALL, MIKE Proctor 2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Library Club 2,3. STUMBAUGH, RALPH Chess Club 1,2. SUTHERLAND, LINDA Choraliers 25 jr, Girls Glee 15 Chorus 35 Girls Pep 15 Proctor 2. T TABOR, DIANNA Girls Pep 1 , TAYLOR, LINDAJOYCE Cadets 1,25 Girls Pep 1,25 Proctor 1,2,35 Daisy Chain 25 Vocational School 25 AFS Club 1,2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Band 1,2,35 Music Festivals 3. TAYLOR, WALTER Ionians 35 Girls Pep 1,2,35 Concession Stand Workers 25 Intramurals 1,2. TEASLEY, BROOKE Choraliers 35 Girls Pep 2,35 Assembly Participant 35 Y-Teens 2, Future Teach- ers 25 Staff'gMy Fair Lady' 3. TEVIS, LARRY Rep Council 25 Swimming 1,35 Boys Pep 1,2,3. THOMAS, FLOYD Quill and Scroll 2,35 Secretary-Treasurer CAMPAIGN materials for the state FBLA convention and ofiicers occupies after-school time for members. 35 WORLD staff 2,35 Senior Boys Coun- cil 35 jr.-Sr. Prom cast 35 Honor-T 2,35 Assembly Participant 2,35 Debate 1,2,35 Debate Host 1,2,35 NFL 1,2,35 State Speech Tournament 2, AFS Club 2,35 AFS Council 3, Treasurer 35 Key Club 2,3, Secretary 35 Debate Timekeeper 15 FBLA 25 Jr. Classical League 35 Judicial Council'35 journalism Conference 25 Cast g'Taming ofthe Shrew" 25 Staff uYou Can't Take It With You" 35 UN Delegate 3. THORP, MIKE Basketball 15 Cross Country 15 Track 1, 2. TICHENOR, DOROTHY Girls Pep 15 FHA 35 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain 2. TORGESON, LYNN Girls Pep 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Usher Club 3, TOWNSEND, ED Intramurals 1,2,35 Proctor 1,25 Debate Timekeeper 1,2. TOWNSEND, STEVE Football 35 Track 15 Tennis 25 AFS Club Assembly Participant 3. TRAPP, KAREN Girls Pep 15 Vocational School 35 Io- nians 2. TUCKER, RON Transfer from Parsons, Kansas: Student Council 15 Boys Pep 15 Football 15 Bas- ketball 15 Key Club 15 THS: Boys Pep 2, 35 Honorable Mention 25 Football 25 Basketball 25 Boys State25 Proctor 35 Rep Council 25 Medical Careers 35 T Club 2,35 Usher Club 2,3. I 13 -W-.t.J,fS t 247 l l LIBRARY club sponsored a car wash early in the year, an was very successful in raising needed funds. 1 2 i TUFFLEY, CAROL Girls Pep 1,25 Daisy Chain 25 Library Club 152,35 Proctor 1,2,3. TURNER, BEN Boys Pep 1,2535 Intramurals 2,35 Foot- ball 2,35 German Club 2,35 Proctor 3. TATE, SHELBY TYLER, MILTON Band 1,2,3. V VANN, TOMMY Senior Leader 35 Band 1,2535 Football 3. VICORY, MARSHA Rep Council 15 Band 1,2535 Girls Pep 1, 25 Honor Pep 35 AFS 35 Modern Dance 15 Proctor 35 Daisy Chain 2. VOGEL, DEBBIE Cheerleader 15 Girls Pep 2,35 Drill Team 2,35 Drill Captain 35 All-School Party staff 2,35 Assembly Participant 15 Senior Leader 35 Debate Hostess 35 Modern Dance 35 Squid Club 2,35 Proc- 248 tor 35 Daisy Chain 2. W WAGGONER, TERRY Rep Council 35 Girls Pep 152,35 Drill Team 25 Concession Stand Worker 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Vocational School 35 Red Cross 35 Business Club 1,25 Campus Life 35 Daisy Chain 25 Sopho- more Party staH' 1. WALMER, FRANK WALTER, RON Boys Pep 2,35 Intramurals 1,25 Senior Leader 35 Wrestling 1,2,35 Proctor 3. WARNER, JOE Music Festivals 1,2535 jr.-Sr. Prom cast 1,25 HMy Three Angels" cast 15 Cast "Oklahoma" 15 All-School Party cast 15 Cast "Early Dawn" 25 Cast 'gCamelot" 25 Cast "My Fair Ladyn 35 1'You Canlt Take It With Youw cast 35 Cast 'K Your Show" 25 Assembly Participant 152,35 Thespians 2,35 Choir 152,35 Madrigals 2,35 Proctor 3. 3 sa ' Ev ,. 5 TRY-OUTS for next yearls drill team were late in the year. A record number of girls showed up. EXPERIMENTAL Humanities course was offered to Seniors this year. Ron Esco- bar, Carlos Rumbaut, and Gary Bisel enjoy studying architecture through the ages. W W W L 2 ARREN, Louis ARREN, NANCY Senior Leader 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Rep 35 Queen of Courts staff 35 FBLA 35 Future Nurses 1. ARREN, SHARON Vocational School 35 Business Education Clubs of Kansas 35 Distributive Educa- tion Clubs of Kansas 3. WEBB, KAREN Girls Pep 1525 Vocational School 35 Dai- sy Chain 25 Usher Club 35 Proctor 3. WEBER, PAIGE WORLD staff 35 Chorus 15 Girls Pep 25 Honor Pep 35 Homecoming Royalty 35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Honorable Mention 25 Cast uThe Taming of the Shrew" 25 Staff "Camelot" 25 f'Your Showw staff 25 Assembly Participant 35 Senior Leader 35 Game Cadet 25 Usher Club 2,35 French Club 2,35 AFS 25 AFS Council 35 Red Cross 25 Future Nurses 35 Future Teachers 35 Modern Dance 25 Proctor 2, 35 Daisy Chain 25 Rep Council Alt. 3, WEBER, PAMELA Daisy Chain 25 FHA 2,35 Campus Life 15 Choraliers 25 Music Festival 25 "My Fair Ladyw cast 35 junior Classical League 2,35 AFS 1,2535 Future Nurses 2. CHARM is evidently one of Judy Glynn's qual- ities as she models for the Simplicity Style Show. TROJAN Rob Balsters takes ajump shot in the victory against Lawrence. 250 MGET Me To The Church On Time" sings drunken Dolittle to a cockney dancer WENTZ, NANCY Girls Pep 1. WESSEL, RUTH Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 3. WHITE, RITA Daisy Chain 2, Girls Pep 15 Vocational School 3. WHITELY, DON Intramurals 1,25 Science Club 1,25 Ger- man Club 3. WHITT, RICK Intramurals 1,2,35 Senior Leader 35 T- Club 2,35 Football 2,35 Track 15 Proctor 3. WILCOX, ROB Proctor 35 Rep Council 1. WILLIAMS, MARVIN Proctor 3. WILLIAMS, RANDY Student Council Attorney 35 Rep Coun- cil 3, Alt. 25 Boys Pep 1,2,35 Honor T 15 Honorable Mention 25 Assembly Partici- pant 1,25 Proctor 152,35 FBLA 2,35 Key Club 253, Vice-President 35 Chess Club 2,3, President 35 Math Club 35 Intra- murals 2,35 Usher Club 1,2,3, Head Usher 35 Basketball 15 Track Manager 2, Assytlg Boys State 25 Model UN 35 NFL 1,35 Debate 1,3, WILSON, CONNIE WORLD stafl' 25 Quill and Scroll 15 Girls Pep 15 FHA 1, Proctor 1. WILSON, RUSSELL WILSON, STEVE Ionians 35 Proctor 1,2,35 Jr.,-Sr. Prom stafl' 25 Stage Manager HYou Can't Take It With You" 35 1'My Fair Ladyw staff 35 Homecoming staff 35 All-School Party stafl'3. WINN, OLA Modern Dance 15 i'Your Showa' 1. WOHLGEMUTH, PAM Rep Council 1,25 SUNFLOWER staff 3, Asslt Editor 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Girls Pep 1,25 Honor Pep 35 All-School Part staff 1,25 Homecoming staff 1,25 Queen of Courts staff 1,25 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Usher .Club 25 Debate Hostess 35 Ger- man Club 15 AFS 25 Proctor 2,35 Daisy Chain Z5 Debate Timekeeper 1,25 Soph- omore Party staff 1. WOOSTER, DAVE Rep Council 15 Medical Careers 35 In- DO DGING his opponents, Trojan Rick Whitt rams the ball across the line. tramurals 15 Golf 15jETS 2,35 Math Club 35 German Club 152. WORSICK, KAREN Rep Council Alt. 25 Girls Pep 1,25 Hon- or Pep 35 Drill Team 2,35 jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 Senior Leader 35 Debate Hostess 1,2,35 Latin Club Secretary 15 Proctor 1, 35 Daisy Chain 25 Sophomore Party Staff 15 Senior Girls Council 153. WORTHINGTON, CAROL Band 1,2,35 Orchestra 152,35 Music Fes- tivals 25 Girls Pep 1,25 '1My Fair Ladyw Orchestra 35 Cadets 15 AFS 1,35 Daisy Chain 2. WULLENSCHNEIDER, BILL Vocational School 35 Proctor 3. WYATTMIAN ET Sophomore Party staff 15 Daisy Chain 25 Rep council Alt. 35 City Gov't Day 35 Girls Pep 15 Honor Pep 253, Vice-Presi- dent 35 Proctor 1,2,35 All-School Party staff 35 Queen of Courts staff 35 Debate Hostess 35 Math Club Secretary 35 Latin 2535 Squid Club 152,35 PFOCIOF 35 Daisy Club Treasurer 15 AFS 25 FHA 2. YBARRA, JOHN Boys Pep 152,35 Intramurals 1,25 Math Club 35 German Club 35 FBLA 1,2,35 Proctor 253. CROUCH, PATTY Rep Council 1,25 Choraliers 15 Choir 2, 35 Madrigals 35 Music Festivals 1,2,35 Girls Pep 1,25 All-School Party Royalty 35 Homecoming sta1T25 Homecoming cast 35 jr.-Sr. Prom cast 25 cast "Oklaho- maw 15 cast 'kCamelot'l 25 cast l'My Fair Ladyw 35 cast uYou Can't Take It With Youw 35 Assembly Participant 1,2535 Senior Leader 35 Cadet 15 N.Y.-Wash- ington Tour 25 Medical Careers Club 1, Chain 25 Debate Timekeeper 15 Debate Hostess 3. LUDWIG, BILL Boys Pep 152,35jr.-Sr. Prom stafI25 In- tramurals 2,35 Basketball 15 Track 1,25 AFS 35 Proctor 2,35JETS1,2,3. COON, KEITH Band 1,2,35 Proctor 35 Intramurals 2535 staff"Auntie Mame' 1. HUBBARD, CLIFFORD Proctor 3. FITZGERALD, MARY Girls Pep 1,25 Homecoming staff 35 Sen- ior Leader 35 Spanish Club 2,3, Vice- President 35 Usher Club 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom staff 25 AFS 2,35 Squid Club 152,35 Proc- tor l,2,3. PATTERSON, VALERY Concession Stand Worker 35 Vocational School 35 CIT 3. 251 M, lei! 55' watt. ' Q0 rf N To ggxll NW ' x Stall, N o n i s 006 C56 n 1 ts si 6 THIS book was made possible by those whose advertising is presented on the fol- lowing pages. Topeka's businessmen olfered luxuries as well as needs to THS students who relied upon them for their services. To these people we give our sin- cere thanks for a successful Sunflower, 1967. ADVERTISING 'g,?L'iF-A S IEE?f'11liC"'fT9Ts99 'i,,gg'z,-.ff-g'1- fi if 'f'I Q-ea:-E .. S Y , . - Q Q jgv- Q ff' H A: hiv, 1.7 3 - 7 ' ewf QQ 'WC S f- 5? 11' Ng ifril? 5 , -A - ' 1 - - if ,, . E,.g1" A ws 5: H iff? 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Abel, Karen ....,. Abrams, Barbara Abrams, Charles . , , Abrams, Dolly .... Ackerman, Doris Adame, Juanita .... Adame, Sandra ,... Adams,Joyce , . , Adams, Keith . , . Adams, Larry . . , Adams, Robert ,...,. . . . Adamson, Debby Adkins, Willetta . . . Alejos, Augustine Alexander, Steve . . . Allen, Bonnie . . . Allen, Donna . , . Allen,Jerry .,.., Allen, Linda . ,.... Alonzo, Augustine Alumbaugh, Chris . , , Anderson, Brenda .,.. ...224 .,....223 .,....,.l95 .,,154,155,218 ..,.....221 ...195 ,,.195 .,.195 ...220 ,....195 31,219 ..,...,,..195 ,....,.53,122, 136,195,250,244 ,..,,.....195 ..........224 .,....195 .....,....223 ,..172,235,278 .,..,..,195 ....,...218 .........,195 .,,51,53,77,217 , ........ 172 Anderson, Charles ...., . . . 78,172 Anderson, Charlotte . . ,,.. . . 224 Anderson, Cindy .,... . . 172,278 Anderson, Clayton , , . ,..,.., . . 63 Anderson, Dave . . . . . , 163,172,279 Anderson, jerry ..... . . 68,78,91,172 Anderson, Joe ....,.,..........,., 220 Anderson, Margaret H. . , ........ . 19 Anderson, Nancy .... . . , . . 53,77,82, 120,172,278 Anderson, Rosie Anderson, Susan . . . ..... 25,195 . ,... . 217 Anderson, Terry ..,.... ...... 2 20 Anthony, Debbie , . ..,.. , . 141,220 Appenfeller, Maureen ..,.. 222 Applehans, Nancy ..... Arbaiza, David .,.... Arbaiza, Tony ....., Argabright, Charles .... , ........ . Armstrong, Jerry ..., Armstrong, Steve .... Arndt, Nila ..,..,. Ashley, Barbara , . . Ashley, Louis . . . 172 172 223 221 ..., 77,195,163 .....,....220 77,195,201 ,,,..,,. 221 195 Zane ,..., . , Brown, Bigger, Robert , , . . Ater, Dorothy L ..,. ..,,........... 6 6 Atkinson, Fred ,,...... 195,211,158,159 Atteberry, Cheryl .... 172,133,88,245,278 B I DEX Banker Pain! dr Banning, Steve . , Barajas, Bertha. . Barajas, Gloria . . Barber, Max .,.. Bardsley. Anita . . Barker, Bill ..,., Wallpaper Bamgroverhlerry . , . . Barrett, Connie . . Barrett, Neil .... Barrows, Leonard Barrows, Penny , Bartley,,Iill ...,, Bartley, Randy . . Bartrug, Chris . . Bass, Dennis , . . , Bass,,Iean ,. . . Bass, Linda .... , Batther, Tom . . . Baumgart, Ferdy Bayless, Calvin . . Bayless, Dolan . . Bayless, Marvin . Bayless, Rick . . . Baylis, Virginia . Beach, Patti .... Beal, Mary ...., Beal, Richard . . . Beamer, Raymond Beasley, Ron .,,. Beasley, Russ . . . Beasley, Bill , . . . Beatty,Jim ..,.. Beatty,Judy ..., Becker, Harley E. Beckwith, Bob . . Beeson, Sonja , . . Beeson, Susan , , . Bell, Gloria ..... Bell, Sammie .,,. Benedict, Terry . . Bennett, Dee .... Bennett,Judy . , . Benning, Dietra . Benning,Jerry ., Benson, Bonnie . . juli Kay . Benson, Bentley, Bill .... Bentley, Lana . . . Benton, Dianna . . . Benton, Donna , . Benton, Shawn . . , . Bergmeier, Kay . . Bergsten, Alan .. Berlin,Jeanne. . . Berridge, Scott . . Berquist, Brian , , . . Best, Pat ....,.. Biber, Gary . . . Biber, Luke ..... ..,,.268 . ..,. 78,172 195 ..,219 ..,..,,..217 ..,......220 74,138,139,143 172,237,88,279 .........224 195 .,, 172,279 195 53,195 195 25,222 172 172,279 48,207 96,130,195 195 , ..,... 195 55,91,195 ........39 195 195 ...,....222 132 ..143,166,167 195 .,... 172,279 88,125,172,279 .....,...224 ...223 ..,,.217 ........35 45,172 195 ........220 51,164,221 195 195 63,195 172 ...220 195 ...222 172 ,..218 ...,.217 172,278 ........222 195 78,172,192 ......., 195 ....,,.. 222 ... 25,164,219 ,,.. 172,279 ... 172 192 172 219 Boatwright, Paul . . . Bobo It Drive-In ..., Bodenhausen, Otto . . . Bogart, Janice ..... , Bohannon, Connie Bohnert, jerry ...., Bohnert, Ken ....... Bolton, Dr, Merle. . . , Bond, Steve ,... . . , . . Boomer, Lynda R. Booth, Becky ..,.... . . Booth, Donald ,..,. Booth, Kenneth ,..,. Borjon, Mike ...... Bornsheuer, Sherry . . Bottom, Robert , .... . Bourn,,Ianie ..,,.., Bowen, Eugene ...... Bowers, Margaret Bowhay, jan ,,,,... . . Boyd D-.X Servzce , Boyd, David . . . Boyd,John .,.... Boyd, Marsha .... Boydston, Steve. , . . Boydston, Sylvia . . , Boylan, Dorothy , , . Bozartin, Donna . . . Bracken, Gary . . . Braden, Bill ,... . . Bradley, Harvena .... Bram, Steve ..,... Branaman, Mike ..,, Brandenburg, Karen . . , Brandon, Doris . .,., . Brandt, Diana ,........ Breeden, Linda ...... , , , . Brennan it Funeral!-Iome . . Brewer, Sarah ......... Bridges, Richard ....... Brimank jewelers . , . Brisco, Bill . .,..,. . Broades, Mary ..... Broadnax, Marva , . . . Broadus, Eileen .,.,. Brokaw, Michelle ..., Brokmann, Regina . . . Brooks, Dave ....., Brosemer, Larry . , . . Bross, Phares . .,,., Brotherton, David . . . Brown, Debby ..... Brown, Mike ....., Brown, Randy ...... Brown, Raymond ..,. Brown, Robert , . . , . Brown, Rosalyn .... Brown, Roy ..,.. Brown, Vicki .... Brumm ett, Donna . . . Baer, Lee .....,. .... , . 219 Bagby, Linda .... . , 172,278 Bagby, Yvonne ..., .... 2 19 6 Bahner, Sue ..,.. . . , 23,172 Bailey, Bradley ..., .... 2 18 Bailey,james ,.... . . . 172 -2fBailey, Rodger .,.. . . . 221 Baker, Al ....... ... 217 Baker, Bill ...., .., 217 Baker, Carol ,.,.. ... 195 Baker, Don ,.... . . . 220 Baker, Kathy ,... .... ,,.......,,, 2 1 8 Baker, William D. .,..,,..,,....,.. 20 Balsters, Rob , ......,..... 100,88,103, 111,160,193,155,172,240,248,250,232,244, Balsters, Ronald ,....... ....... 2 24,25 Balusek, Rosie . . , 280 279,156,159 ,.. 195 Bingham, Diana . ,,., Bisel, Gary .,,.... Bixby, Brenda ....,.. Bixby, Raymond . Black, Norma ......,,... Blackburn, Dr. Ha rold .... Blackwell, Ellen .....,.. Blackwell, Eva ..,,.. Blackwell, Winnie Blackwood, Judy Blakely dr Co ...,....... Blakely, David .......... Blakley, Mike ..,.... Blandin, Jon ,.., Bliss, Donald C. 88,1 223 .. 172,249,279 ,., 130,173 ..... 219 173 . ..,...., 11 51,173 ,....219 .....,.192 .,...,...132 ...,.....255 ,.,25,216,221 13,138,192,279 Blodgett, Connie .,.,. 34,195 44,143,217 ...,..,,221 Bruner, Pauline .... Brunk, Gail ...,. Bryant, Ralph .... Bryant, Vicki . , Buch, Ken , , ..,. . Buchlein, Nancy .... Buchner, Susan ..... Buckholz, Steve .... Bugg, Maria ,,... . . . Bugg, Teresa .,..,.... 5 .,,11 ,.......257 ..,,..,,115 78,84,88,126 170,173,278 .,....,.217 , ..., H173 .,....195 10,11 ........173 55,91,173,278 ....,.,.219 ......,217 163,195 ....,,223 173,279 53,195 195 .,,...,, 195 1,173,188,278 ..,......266 ..,,219 ..,...217 51,222 .,,.. 173 41,173,278 23,109 ,.,.222 ,.....195 .......,195 165,221 ....,.195 ,...223 ....217 ......,67 53,195 51,217 .. .,,... 254 91,173 60,195 ,...259 ....219 . ,.,.. 173 ...,....,196 51,91,278 ...,...173 .,....,220 143,196 ,,...,218 ,...217 173 196 167,173 173 173 196 196 ....223 ....218 ....217 ...,221 .,..219 222 5 f f ' 159,244 77,224 Bunch, Ed ,.... ... 167,1 Bunch, Flora , ..., , .... Buntin, Debbie ,.., . . . . . Bures, Steve ,.., . Burgat, janet .... 25,163,196 173 196 196 196 221 66,78,192,279 165,219 46,158,196 . ..,... 196 .., 173,278 Burgat, Ruth Ann . Burgess, Kay ,.... Burghart,Jack . . . Burkhardt, Charles Burkhardt, Dianna Burnett, Cynthia . Burnette, Glen E. . Burroughs, Marsha Burton,Jolene . , . Burton, Rick ..... Burton, Toni . . , Busey, Earl .... Buskirk, Gary .... Butcher, Delores , . Butler, Barbara . , Butler, Sarah .... Byrd, Billie .,., Cagle, Louis L. . . , Cain, Paul .,..... Calderwood, Janet Caleb, Pam ....., Calvillo, Rudy . . . Campbell, Gary . . Campos, Rosie . . . Canady, Dwight . . Carleton, Elaine . . Carlin,Jim , .... . Carlson, Chris . . . Carlson, Don .... Carlson, Greg ..., Carlson, Nancy . . . Carlson, Steve ..,. Carman, Roger . . . Carrier, Rick .... ,,......220 122,196 .......65 196 196 ..........221 . 12,90,100,23O 231,241,232,233 91,126,196,203 196 173,159 ...... 220 173 ....221 ..,...223 50,196 196 ,.173 ,,.....40 ..,.....218 141,222 ....,.218 ... 53,218 ....217 ......,.196 159,196 ,....,'220 ....222 196 142,143 217 25,91,196 173 196 ,... 155,196 Carrier, Tommy ,... Carrington, Douglas . Carrington, Preston . Carruthers, Chapman Carroll, Pe ..... Carson, Dogrgsll . . . Carter, Carole .... Carter, Eddie . . . Carter, Gwen . . . Carter, Joyce ,.... Cary, Sherry .... Casey, Pam ,.... Caskey, Twila . . . Cathey, Sharon . . Causey, Ida ....... Cavanaugh, Lynn . . . Cay, jerry .,...... Cay, Sheron 1. . . Cay, Terry , .... Cell, Wanda ,.,. Chabira, Tony .... Chamberlin, Greg . , Chambers, Ken ..,,. Chamness, Perry W , Chapman, Forrest . . Chavez, Irene ...,, Chavez, Mike . . , Chilgren, Dave ,..,, Church, Marilyn . . . 164,196 196 . 44,69,103,104 105,158,159,244 143,219 50,173 165 12,15,34,69,203 ...... 173,279 196 ...220 196 196 196 ......221 ., 173,278 49,218 ,..,221 196 ...219 173 173 ......222 .. 133,174 ......63 25,217 ......220 ., 155,218 .....,....218 ,,........223 Clark, Dave ....... 16O,170,174,237,279 Clark, Dennis . . , .............. . 222 Clark, Don ..,,. Clark, Lorrie . . . Clark, Paula ,... 174 51,137,218 174 Clark, Ted .,..... . , 174,279 Clark, Theodore K. . . . . . , , 11 Clark, Tim .,......, . . 194,196 Clark, Will ...,... ,... ..,. 1 9 6 Clark is School ofBusz'ne55 , . . 269 Clemens, David ..... ,. . 196 Clemens, Wanda .... . . . 101 Clemons, Glenda Clingenpeel, Cathi Clinton, Roxanne Clouse, Monty . . Coates,joe ...., Coates, Nancy . . . Cobler, Beverly . , Cobos, Cecilia , . . Cochenour, Leon Cochran, Sue , . . Cochran, Tom . . Cock, David .... Coder,sIames . . , Collie, Michael . . CoHnman, Bob . .. Cofran, Dan ..., Colemanhjanice . Coleman, Paul . . Colgrove, Teresa Collin Collins, Colene , . Collins, Kathleen Collins, Pam .... Collins, Sharon . , Colton, Gary .... Conley,Albert .. Connor, Linda . . 'X Drive-In Conus, Howard . Cook, Debbie . . . Cook, Kathy ,.,. Cook, Robert . . . Cook, Terry .... Cook, Travis ..., Cooley, Mary ,Io . Coon, Keith .... Cooper, Beverly . Cooper, Craig . . . Cooper, Gary . . . Cooper, Steve , . . Copeland, Randy . ..,... 222 88,196 220,225 ... 24,25,78,88,11O 114,174,279 196 174,278 196 . ..,.... 196 196 57,196,203 53,221 196 12,15 197 25,194,197,209 197 77,143,163,174,279 , , ........... 222 .......255 201,218 .,...222 ,..220 ...221 197 .......,218 197 174,193,279 51,218 ... 88,118,174,278 53,223 143 ..,. 74,88,102,144 16o,163,174,193,279 196 174 , 68,78,130,174,278 219 'i:iii:iii:1i219 ...197 ..,220 ENTHUSIASTICALLY Les Kurtz practices his Singing Valentines for Walter Craft and Clinton Laing. 281 197 JUNIORS Don Tripp and Tim Meyers help a customer at the Junior Class Bake Sale. Corbett, David .... . . Corkhill, Debra , . . Corley, David ..... Cosby, Diana ......, Cosby, Wanda ....... Cottingham, David .... Counselor, Joyce ..... Covin on Sandra gt , . , , Cowan, Emma .... . . Cowan, Larry ...., . . . Cowan, Sonny ,... . . Cox, Paul .,,... Coy, Homer .... Crabtree, Rick . . , . Crader, Norman .,... , , Craft, Walter ,.... . , Crago, Dan , .... Craig, Bill ...... Crary, Doug ...... . , Crawford, Ralph ....... Crews Kenneth .,.. 53,163,224 .... 51,174,278 .,.,.. 197 .,, 197 ..,.. 222 ,, .... 174 .. 171,174 , .... , 224 ...... 174,278 .,.. 78,174,279 144,147,159,218 197 , .,.....,. 223 174 154,155,174,279 ...,,...,,221 144,170,174,193 163 53112 Crites,yNancy .. i50,1'5I0,152,1-53,174Z278 Crosby it ..,..... Crouch, Pat ,,.. , Crouch, Steven . , . Crowder, Geannie Crowder, Sonia ..... , Crowder, Wanda .... Crowl, Kenneth . . . Cubic, Dale .....,... Cunningham, Dale ,... Cunningham, Nick .... Curls, Carline ,.,.... Cushinberry, Rita , . . . Cushing, Keith , . . . Cushing, Kent , .,... . . Dade, Darrel ,... 282 ..,,......271 .. 50,88,99,102 120,174,251,278 216,224 .. 174,192 .....224 ...222 ...224 ...197 ...197 .,.174 .....220 ......197 38,197 197 Dairy Queen . . Dale, Donna .,.. Damron, Bob . . , Daniel, Pete .... Danner, Bill .... 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Harley, Dave 4-.--- Harmon, Lucy . 1 . Harper,kIim ..... Harper,joel ....,, Harrier, Cheryl ,... Harris, Barbara .... Harris, Curt ..... Harris, Dave .,... Harris, Don .,,., Harrison, Chris 1 1 . 1 Harrison, Kay ..... Harrison, Mary 1 1 1 Harrison, Mike .... Harsh, Marti .... Hart, Alyce 1 1 . 1 Hart, Cheryl . 1 . Hart,jerry .... Hart, Pam ....... Hartner, Penny ..... STEPPING high in Drill Team tryouts are Gail Harden and Debbie Moke. ..111..1217 1..1..11272 1.1.....263 51 ,77,178,278 1....11.223 178 199 199 11119 111.219 111.11223 192,279 111...219 159,199 1111223 ...1166 ...11...223 1111.47,178 1178,178,219 ........223 ..77,199,204 91,192 178 199 178 178 165,221 178 ....1.223 91,178 178 1177,114,197 199 194,223 178 53,199 199 199 ....1...217 53,91,199 1 ..... 178 178 138,197 51,77,199 Hartpence, Karin 1 1 . Hartwell, james .... Hassler, Bert, Mrs. . Hastings, Kent . 1 1 1 . Hatke, Walter ....., Hatton, Larry .,... Hauer, Karen ...,. Hawkins, Rhonda 1 1 Hawks, Edward ,... Hawley, Stephanie 1 . Hay, Angela .,.,... Hayes, Jackie ..... Hayes,,Ioyce .... Hayes, Tim .,..... Hayes, Vernon G . . . Hays, Craig ....,. Hays, Mary ,,.. Hazlett, Stan ..., Head, Steve ....,.. Headstrom,julie 1 1 . Heath, Dolly .,.,,. Heath, Nancy ..... Hedberg, Candy .... Hedberg, Kevin ,... Hedberg, Mr. 8a Mrs. Hedges, Tom .,..,. Heer, Ron ,..,..... Heimerman, Pam 1 1 1 Heinze, Danna .,.., Heitmanek, Danny 1 1 Heitsman, Larry .... Henderson, Deborah Henderson, Gloria 1 1 Henderson, Terri 1 1 . Hendrix, Judy ..... Hendrix, Randy .... Henning, Frank .... Henninger, Wylene C. Henrywlim ,....,.. Hernandez, Phil ..., Herrick, Martha . . Hess, William . .,.. 1 Hetttnger, GS. . 11 1 Heusted, Warren . 1 1 Hewitt, Ellen ..... Hicks, Debbie ..... Hiebert, Dave 1 1 . Hier, B everly ....., Hightower, Glen E. 1 Hilderbrand, David . Hill, Claudia ,..., . 1 Hill, Howard ..... Hill, james M ,.... Hill, Regina .... Hillman, Gary .,.. Hillrichs, Patty ..,. Hills, Don . 1 1 ..... . 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Keller, Laura ,.., Kelly, John H .... Kelly, Kirk .... Kelly, Larry ..... Kendall, Susan . . . , Kendricks, Chet . . . Kennedy, Bill ,,.. Kent, Judy .... ..,.....200 ,...,.,..221 ,..91,181,278 ......181 ...,...,223 .,.........222 ....16e,167,279 ..........202 53,202 Kerley, Larry ,..., ....... , . ..,... 181 Kerr, Sonia .,..... 53,77,87,118,109,181 Ketchum, Kathy .,,.,..,.......... 182 Ketron, Fred ..... . . . 219 Key, David .... . . . 218 Kilts, Roxie ..,,.. . . . 181 Kincade, Mary , , . . , , . 202 King, Betty ...... . . . 182 King, Torn .,.. ..., 2 17 Kington, Kaye .,.. . . . 53,202 Kinney, Floyd . , . 219 285 McClelland, Debbie Kinney, Lee ..... . . . 163,224 Kintner, Mark . . . ........ , 202 Kintner, Pat ,., .,. 91,130,182 Kipp, Roger .... , . , .,.... , 219 Kirk, Becky .........,. , . . 182,278 Kirkpatrick, Belinda ..,. , ..... 224 Kirkpatrickulim .,... ..., 5 3,222 Kirwan, Don ......, , . . 182,279 Kirwan, Kathy . . . . . . 37,224 Kistler, LoydW . , , Kittrell, Kathie . . . 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Lawton, Cherly Lawton, Marvin ..., 158,159,182,232,279 Lawton, Stanley Lawton, Virgil . . . .... 85,88,182,186,279 ....,..,....221 ... 182,279 .,,.... 50,52,182,226,279 ..,.,...,..77,220 ......202 ,.,....221 ..,91,182,278 144, 202 163 182 ....223 221 224 91,182,278 77,146,151,163,202 Lee, Brenda ...., .... 5 3,202 Leonard, Gayle ,.... . . , 216,219 Leonard, Kathy .... , . . 25,202 Lewis, Harold ...... ....... 4 0 Lewis,jeff .... . . . 182,252 Lewis, Lydia , . . ...., . 202 Lewis, Paul ...... ..,..,. 2 02 Lewis, Susie , . ,,... ..,...... 2 18 Lewis, Wendell ..,.. . . . 77,182,279 Lillie, Julie ..,... Limplin,jeffre . . . Lingo, Hazel . , . ,......221 Lohness, Harley . . Lolli,Joe ........ Long, David , , . Long, Dennis .... Long, Diane ...,, Long, Everett .... Long, Glenn C . . . Longren, Maren . . Lo ez Arthur 78,163,182,279 .,.........202 182,279 ......202 ..,...,218 182,279 66,143 118,182,278 p , .,.. Love, Taggart d9'Robb, Inc ....,.. , . Lovelace, Gloria , . Lovera, Tony ..,. Lowe,,Iohn .... Lowe, Mike . . . 264 ....202 192 202 ..::iil:i202 214 Low, Zeke ..,,... . , . 83,202, Lowther, Mary . . . ...,,,..., 88,202 Ludwig, Bill .,..,.....,.....,. 78,182 Ludwig, Mike ..,. Luedtke, Tammie . Luird, Luren .,... Luma, Tony ..,.. Luster, Sharon . . , Luthye, Vicki ,.,. Luttjohann, Mike . Lvbarger, Larry . . Lyden, Randy .... 88,130,131,202,204 , .... ,. 53,88,127,202 ,. ..,......,. 223 , .... ,...182 182,278 ......183 ., .,.....,.... 33,221 ,,. 143,146,151,183, 229,230,232,234 257 Lyle? Shoes ... .,...,... ,... Lynn,joe .... ....,,.,... 2 02 Lynn, Marc ..... .... 2 23 Lyons, George . . , . . . , 202 Lyons, Margo .... ,... 2 02 M Mader, Berniece .... .--4 2 18 Mader, Tom ..... ..,, 2 02 Madl, Donald E .... ..,.........., 2 1 Madrid., Lawrence .,.,....,....... 224 Magerkurthhlohn .... 78,99,163,183,279 Mah, Janie .......,......,....... 192 Mah,jeanie .,.., ........,,... 1 83 Mah, Larry ,..... . . . 183,279 Mah, Patsy ..,..,.. .,.... 2 02 Mahoney, Debbie .... ......... 2 18 Main, Lynda ....,....,.......... 217 Mallory, Bruce ......,... 25,88,112,202 Mallory, Steve ........,,......... 202 Malloy, Linda . , . 24 25 194 202 207 209 Malloy, Richard ..,....,....., 216,219 Malmstrom, Carlene .,.. 77,139,183,278 Mandelbaum, Ilene ..........., 25,220 Manfordk Beauty Salon ..... . , . . 257 Mann, Angela ,...,...... ,... 2 24 Mann, Cheryl ....... , . ..,. 202 Mannell, Mark ,... . ,.., 217 Manrose, Craig ..., ..., 2 24 Mansfield, Gerald . . . . . . . 202 Maples, Belinda ..... . . . 78 Marken, Larry D .... .,... 3 1 Marker, Clinton ,,... .... 2 02 Marling, Charles ...... . . . 87 Marling, Mrs. Charles .... ,...... 8 7 Marlingiv Furniture .... ......... 2 64 Marling, Mary ...... 202 Marlow, Howard .... 202 Marquart Music .... ..... 2 66 221 221 183 .... 53,87, Marshall, Linda ..,, Marshall, Steve ..... Marsolais, Renee . . , Martain, Peter ..,.. Martin, Shelia .... 51,222 Martin, Sheryl .... . , . 50,77,205 Martin, Tom . . . ...,. . . 25 Martin, Tony ...,. .,,. 7 8,183 Martinez, Cecilia ..., ...,, 2 24 Martinez, Irene . . . . . . 219 Martinez,xIoe . . , . . . 223 Martinez,,Iose .... A - - 224 Martinez, Linda ,.... . , . 183 Martinez, Mike ..... , . . 183 Marquez, Rebecca .... .,...., 2 24 Mason, Bobbi ..,.... Mason, Charles . . . Maxwell, Al ,... May, Steve ..... Mays, Michael .... McArdle, Gary ..,. McAtee, Randy . . . McCabe, Mike . . . , McCaskie, Beth . . . McCaulley, Ed ..,. McClain, Gwen ...... ,,....,.221 ....,..,.,218 ...218,219,222 .,.....,159 ....,..224 .,...,,.183 ..,.,..,.,183 .,.146,183,279 , ...... 202 183,278 McClellan, Abbie ,...... .,.. 7 7,224 McClellan, Charles W .... .... 3 3,218 McClelland, Bob ..... . . . 167,223 McClelland, Glenn . McClelland, Terri . McCoy, joseph ..,. McDonald, Susan . , .......224 53 78,183,278 ........,224 .. ......... 217 McDonnell, Elaine L. ..,....... 38,130 McElroy Refrigeralia Heating Inc. . . . . McEntire,,Iim ..,. McFarrea,juanita . 131,204,222 ......256 25,218 ,, ....,.,. 223 McGee, Lena . ..,. .... 5 1,192,278 McGheney, Mike .......,. , ..... 25,220 McGrath, Randy ...,.. 78,84 132,146,159,170,183,245,279 McHenry, Mark ...........,, 25,88,217 McKeever McKee,C.J. .............,..... 50,51 ,DorothyL ..,. .. 39 McKinney Derek ...,. ......,53 McKinney, Katy ..... . . . 183,278 McKinney, Ruth ..,. .,... 2 22 McKnight, Arlene ....... 223 McMaster, Janet ..... . . , 51,219 McMurdo, Margaret .... . , . 224 McMurray, Toiann . . . 219 McNeil, Nancy ...... , . . 223 McStay, Keri ..... . . . 214 McStay, Patricia .... , . . . 222 McWilliams,john .... . . . 219 Medina, Della ..... ..,,. 2 21 Medlin, Elsie M ..,.. , . . 46,47 Meggison, Dale . . . . . . 221 Mencly, Mary .... Mendez, jesse ..... Mendez, Rebecca . , . Mendoza, Anna ....., Menninger, Karl Menzi, Leana . . . Mercer, Donna .... Mercer, John ,...,... Mercer, Sara . .,... . . . .,,..222 49,183 183 ......,.....217 25,85 89,91,194,213,269 ............183 .,....53,.183,279 ....,.,...,.183 Merchants National Bank .......... 255 Merrifield, Barbara , ...... . , , 183,278 Merrifield, Debbie .... Merriweather, Howard Messick, jerry . . .....223 Meyer, Belinda .... 29,55,86,109,118,183 Linscott, Cosa , , .....,..,,..,... 43,91 102,120,123,136,182,278 Lira, Angie ......,.....,......... 202 Liske, Donald ......,............. 182 Lister, Marsha . . . . . . . 202 Lister, Sharon ...... , . . . 130 Litchfield, Bruce ..... .... 2 17 Llamas, Rosemary . . . . , , . 182 Loader, Gary ..... Loader, Shirley , ..... . . , . Lobingier, Katherine . . . . . . . Lockhart, Larry . , . Logan, Austin .,.. Logan, Lana . 202 182 202 222 224 . . . . 220 286 167 202 Martell, Randy ..... . , . 32,201, Marten, Tom ,... ....... 2 21 Martin, Beverly .... . . . 53,202 Martin, Debbie ..... ...... 2 02 Martin, Irene ......, , .............. 31 Martin, Marsha ........,,.., 84,90,160 161,170,183,237,238,246,278 Martin, Ramona ................. 203 Martin, Renae .............,...., 127 Meyer, Billieylo .,,..., 128,165,183,278 Meyer, Connie ..,...............,. 88 Meyer, Diana ..... .......... 1 65 Meyer,'William ..... ......, 2 20 Meyers, Kenneth H. - -1 ---A 12113114 Meyers, LeeAnn ..... . . . 123,165,224 Meyers, Tim .... , . . . ....... . 149 Meyers, Wendall .... ...... 1 83 Michaelson, Alan ..,. ..., 2 9,220 ,. .,.. 184 Middendorf, Paul . , . , , , 217 Midwestern Music . . . . . 260 Miles, Eugennie ..... . . . 224 Miles, Helen . . .,.. . , , 183 Miller, Anthony ..,, .... 6 3 Miller, Betty ...,.. . ,. 219 Miller, Carol ... ... 218 Miller, Carolyn , . . . . . 183 Miller, Chuck ...,. ..... 1 83 Miller, Danny .... .,..... 2 23 Millerhlackie . . . ..., 184,278 Miller, Kevin , , . . ...,..... . . 88 Miller, Margaret ........ 58,90,184,278 Miller, Paul ..........,......,,,, 184 Miller, Shane .. . 25,142,145,147,194,203 Miller, Sharon ...,......,,.. 38,77,219 Miller, Stuart .,......,.....,,.... 221 Miller Susan .. . .... 42,76,120 Millett, Bill ...,,.. Milligan, Marsha . . , Mills, Ruth ,,..,, . Mills, Viki .,,..... Milsap, Margaret . . . Mischke, Larry ,... Misegadis, Susan . . . ........219 ..,....224 51,223 51,223 ......69 ,..219 ..,......217 Mitchell, Charlene .....,.,....,,.. 223 Moke, Debbie ..,....,... Moke, Randy ..... , . , Montgomeryhloe , . . Penney, Becky .... Montgomery, Sterling Moore, Bill ........ Moore, Colleen ..... Moore, Jan ..... Moore, Mary ..,. Moore, Richard . . . Moran, Ron ..., Moran, Sally , ..... Morehead, Mary . . . Morehouse, Mark , . Morgan, Lois M., . . . Morrissey, Sue . . . Morrow, Karen .... Morstdorf, Frank . . . Moses, Margaret . . . Mowry, Vicki ..... Mudrano, Sally .... Muldrow, Carol ..., Mullins, Becky .... Mullins, Debbie .... Mulligan,Jeanette . . 53,77,207,208 24,25,170,184,279 78,155,184,279 77,147,159,221 184,259 184 ....53 184 ......74 48,224 .....224 53,222 ....42 127 184 ...223 184 .. 51,221 .,.....,.206 ...,......206 53,206,211 ....,,...221 .......206 Mumert, Steve .... . , , 218 Munoz, Louie ,..... . . . 223 Munoz, Rebecca ..,. , . . 206 Munoz, Stella ,.... . . . 206 Munoz, Victoria ......,.......,... 206 Murdie, Maude ...........,......, 71 Murphy, David . , 55,77,124,163,204,220 Murphy, Harold ...,....,........, 217 Murray, Kenneth . . . . . . . 53 Murraylr Market . . . , . . 260 Murray,.Viccie . . . . . . . 184 Mutschler, Don .,,, ..., 2 20 Myers, Dale ..... ..... 2 18 Myers, Tim ..... ......... 2 06 Myrick, Chris ,... . . . 91,184,278 Myrick, Don .... .......218 N Nall, Carl K .... ...... 4 0 Napue, Karla . . . .,..,,..... 34,130 Nash, Mike .........,............ 206 Nash, Ted .......... 78,125,138,184,279 Nauheim, Charles ................. 65 Neal, Cindy ,....... Neal, Doris ...... Nedeauhloyce , . . . Neeley, Janice .... Neill, Cynthia .... Neis, Mark ...,, lNeff, Chuck .... 141 .....206 184 184,259 51,217 25,77,222 184 Nelson, David .... Nelson, Vernon. . . Nelson, Vicki .... Newby, Donald R . Newell,janice . . . Newman, Larry . . Nice, Barbara .... Nicholson, Kathy . Nicklin, Wilfred . . Nieman, Emily . . . Niemanhlan ..... Niven, Sandie ..,. Nolder, Nancy . . . Nolder, Virginia , . Nolting, Oscar . . , Nordstrom, Mark . Nordstrom, Mayre Norflis, Michael . . Norris, ,Io .,...., Norris, Ruby ...,. North, Delores . . . Northup, Terry . . Nunemaker, Chuck Nunemaker, Merle Nusbaum, Paul . . . Nuzman, Loren M Oakes, Cynthia . . . Oakman, Sherry . . Obergon, Gloria . . Obley, Sally .,... Obregon, Ronald . O'Brien, Sharon . . Olson, Ramona . . . OlNeill, janet .... O,Neill,JoAnn . . . Oroke, jim ...... Ortega, Maria . . . Ortega, Alfred ..., Ortega, Mary .... Ortega, Phil ..,.. Ortiz, ,Ioan ,..... Ortiz, Gracie .... Ortiz, joe ..... Ortiz, Lelia .... .... 184,279 ......218 184 .....49 .... 184,279 ,. .......... 25 32,44,143,222 , , ...,. 25,184,278 206 ..... 51,220 .... 26,51,217 . . . .. 53,206,207 .,. ........ . 221 . . . .... 50,52,206 . . . ...... 53,206 . . ......,.... 206 ,.. 77,120,133,206 26,111 51,222 .........222 .........88,184,279 77,221 50,52,77,91,184,279 60,222 O 184,278 . . . . . . , . 184 184,278 51,206 ....219 ....223 . , .... 206 51,184 ......., 220 184,279 , ....... 222 .... 130,184, 218 278 184 ...,223 ...,206 ....219 51 Ortiz, Mary .... Ortiz, Steve ..... .... 31,218 Ortiz, Yvonne .................... 222 Ossmann, Carl .........,....,.,.. 223 Owen, Melissa ..... 36,78,85,88,185,278 Owens, Arthur .................., 206 Owens, Steve ..... . . . 220 Owens, Tom ....... . . . 185 Owensby, Ronald . . . . . . 224 P Packard, Jeanne .. . . . . 185 Palace, The , .... . . . 266 Palmer, Margie . .. . . . , 51 Paris, jenith .... ....... 2 17 Parker, Deloris .... ........ , . 206 Parks, Sherman ...,. .,.. 7 7,147,206 Patterson, Bobbie .... ........ 2 06 Patterson, Ethel . . . Patterson, Patsy . . . Patterson, Valery .... ....,. Patton, john ........ Patzkowsky, Nancy .,... Paulson, Tom ,....,.,, ..... , . . Payne, Alice ........ Payne, Vivian . ..,..,........ . . .... 206 ...... 31 185,278 218 98,138,207,210 77,219 35,206 Payton, Greg ,,...,. 25,110,151,185,213 Peak, Kathy .... . . Peak, Patty ....... Pearson, Myrtle . . . Peck, Mary ....... Pekarek, Barbara .... Penney, Bettyjo . . . Pennington, jere ..... Pennington, Linda . . . Pennington, Rick .... Pennington, Sk? ,... Penwell-Gabe! unera! Home ........... Peppard, Charlotte . . . Peralta, Mario .,.... Peralta, Sonia ..... Perney, Bruce . . . Perney, Mark . . , ..185,278 103,185 ........,...206 185 43,137,165,223 ...206 ...221 . ...217 ...206 .. .... 262 .. ... 58,206 ..........206 ....,.......221 . . , 50,52,206,249 221 DELEGATES to the Chicago Institute this summer are Bill Dunagin, Terry Cook, Mr. Elliot, Mr. Schiesser, Charlie Hall, and jo Norris. 287 l LEADING Trojan cheers for 1966-67 were: FRONT RO W: Dawna Wilkins, Nan Fowler, Diana Dougan, Debbie Adamson. BA CK RO W' Sally Sandmeyer, Kathy Rowe, and Cosa Linscott. Perry,Jane ..,,,.,.., 78,91,170,185,278 Peterson, Mrs. Mabel M. ........... 14 Peterson, Terry . . . Peterson, Wanda . Petr, Chris ...... Petr, Kathryn .... Pettit, Marilyn . . . Phelps, Fred ..... Phillips, jesse .... Phillips, Ruth A . . Phillips, Theresa . Pimental, Margaret Pitman, Sandra . . . Platt, John ...,.. Plaza Hardware . . Poland, Robert . . . Pomeroy, Charles . Pomeroy,janella. . Porter, Bobbie . . . Porter, Carolyn . . . Porter, james .... Porter, Ronald . . . Post, Cheryl .... . Poteet, Vic . ..... Portegiela' Flowers Poweu, Brenna . . . Powers, Diane . . . Powers, Mike .... Poyner, Don ..... Prescott Marsha . , ......... ...... 2 06 77,159,185,186,279 . .......... 91,185 ....206 ....218 ....29 .,..206 .. 185,206 ....217 ....206 ....257 ....224 25,223 ....220 ....219 ....207 11 ....221 ....220 84,207 .....265 ......Auf ... 89,221 ... 45,220 . ..........,.... 207 , ......,......... 207 Price, Craig ..,. 74,84,88,16O,185,193,279 Price, J Price Price, Shirley ,.,. Pringlehjack B . . . Pruitt, Sharon . . . . 288 8.II1CS ..... .... ......,....,220 ,Judy ...........,..,..., 78,185 185 ...34 ....223 Pruyser, Herman . . . . . . 36,77,185,279 Pruyser, Pauline .... ....... 1 33,207 Putt, David ....., ......... 2 07 Quall, Larry . . . . . . . 207 Quarles, Gwen . . . , ..... . 207 Quarles Stanle .... ..... 2 24,159 1 Y Quinn, Mike ....... , . . . . Rabb, Kathy .... Radd, Arlanda . . . Radd, Elmer .... Ragsdale, Patty . . . Raikes, Tommy . . . Ramirez, Alice .... Ramirez, Linda . . . Ramirez, Melinda . Rangel, Tom ...... Ransom, April .... Rausch, Fred W.Qr.j Rawley, Doug ..... Rawlings, Chester . Rayburn, Margaret Reaser, Wanda ..... . . Reber, Ted ....... Reding, Larry . . . . . Redmon, Brenda .... . 155,185,279 ...221 ...217 185 .......185 38,220 .......220 185,278 .....221 61,185 .....207 ......... .220 185 55,85,139,2o7 185,278 .. ..,... 218 185 185 Reed, Donald . . . Reed, Randy .... Reed,Ron...... Reed, Ruby ..... Reed, Vicki ..... Reichman, Gayle Reid, Larry ..... Reid, Mary H . , . Reidmiller, Miss . Reimanmlerry . . Relihan, David . . Relihan, Lola . . , Renfro, Michael . Reser, Wendy . . . .....219 .........207 ... 78,185,279 20,119,204,223 219 .........220 44,142,143,164 39,130 51 57,185 155,220 207 185 224 Reser, Woody . . . . . . . 222 Reusch, Fay .... .... 1 85 Reynolds, Marsha . . 51,218 Rice, Darla ..... .... 2 18 Rice, Glenn ..... ..... 2 07 Rice, Jeannie ..... . . 53,218 Rice, Raymond .... . . . 219 Rice, Zora C .... ,,,, 2 3 Richey, Becky ..... ....... 2 18 Richey, Bruce . ..,.. . . . 155,207 Richman, Sherrie . . . ....... . 185 Richter, Dennis . . . ....... 53,221 Rickson, Diana .... . , . 83,91,186,278 Rider, Georgia ..... .......... 2 07 Ridgeway, ,Ianel .... .... 1 65,218 Ridgeway, Lynda . ..... 207 Riggertulerry ..... . . . 221 Riggen, George ..,. . . . 186 Riley, Bernadette . . . . 186 Rimel,john ..... . . . 279 Rings, Mrs. Estelle ..., 14 Rzlbleyfv Cleaners . . . . , 266 Risley, Sharlotte . . . ...,. , 218 Rissen, Sharlett .... . . . 84,186 Rivera, MaryLou .... , . 165,207 Roach Hardware .... .... 2 68 Robbins, Marva . . . . . , 217 Roberson, Janice ,.... . . . . 186 Roberson, LeArmon ....,......,.,. 217 Roberts, Linda ...........,....... 219 Roberts, Lynn .,............... 51,217 Roberts, Nancy ...., Robinson, Cheryl . . . Robinson, Gene . . . Rocha, Nicholas .... Rockhold, Marta , . . Rockhorst, Sharon . . Roderhorst, Allen . . . Roderick, Albert . . . Rodriguez, Daniel , . Rodriguez,jo Ellen . Rodriguez, Margareta Rodriguez, Mary . . . Rodriguez, Paul .,.. Rodriguez, Roger . . . Rodriguez, Thomas . Roeder, Denise .... Rogers, Gene , . . Rogers, Sandy ..... Rogers, Tondra . . , Rooks, Pam ..... Roy, .... 25,53,77,208 Rose, Rose, Dorothy . . . Rita ...... Ross, Careda .... Ross, Leon F .,.. Ross, Rod ....,. Rouv iere, Diane . . . Rowan, Reuben . . . Rowand, Bev , . . . Rowe, Kathy, ....... Rowzer, Maria ...., Rowzer, Mike ..... Eva .,....... Rumbaut, Carlos . . , Rumsey, Ron ..... Russell,LIohr1 ....,. Russell, W. Walter . , Ryan, Kelly ........ Ryan, Ronald ..... Ryans, Arlene . . . Ryden,,Ion . . . S 31,53,78,85,186,278 186 .....207,217 51,220 207 .. 186,279 186,279 186,217,279 218 ff "41fQ186 ...220 192 220 ... ... 207 217 220 .. 203,207 207 53,223 .....278 ...208 217 186 ,..279 ...222 222 186 '. '1is,156,153,1s6,27s ..............208 .......,.....218 186,249 . . . . 163,208 . . ...., 208 ....70 147,218 187 51,222 21 Sachs, Maryann ......... 25,77,208,212 Sallman, Roger ...........,..... 74,76 90,102,152,163,187,279 Salsbury, Benjie ....,,....,... 187,279 Salzerk Pharmacy .,.....,........ 257 Sams, Stephanie .... Samsel, Linda ,.... Sanchez, Albert .,.. Sanchez, Olivia ..... Sandberg, Diane ,... Sandberg, Kathy .... Sanders, Robert .... ....48,187 .....208 ...187 .......192 ....77,219 187 ...220 Sandmeyer, Charles ............... 208 Sandmeyer, Sally . ..,......... 102,104 105,136,165,187,278 Sandford, Dick ................... 224 Santacruz, Linda ................. 208 Sappenfield, Barbara .......... 187,278 Sassaman, Ann ,... ......,........ 2 17 Sassaman, Kathy ., 82,83,88,187,241,278 Sawyer, Mary ............. 187,188,278 Scanlon, Steve ..... Schaefer, Anna .... Schaefer, james ,... Schaefer, Dale ..... .,.......208 .,.....222 208 ..,208 Serk,janice ..... . . . 223 209 Serna, Eva ........ . . . Serrano, Molly , . ..,., . , , 224 Serrano, Vincent Z . . , . , . . . 37 Sewell,judy ....... . . . 222 Shaffer, Anita ........,. . . . 209 Sharkey, Richard ........ . . . 222 Shawnee County Medical Schafert-Grimes Drugr , . . . . . . 268 Schell, Denny ........., ........ 2 08 Schendel, Robert R ..........,...... 11 Schiesser, Norman G ....,... 30,154,155 Schirkofsky, Mark ..., ........ 2 24 Schlarb, Richard ........,,........ 192 Sel'1licher,,Iane ...........,..... 78,82 138,139,187,238,278 Schmidt, Steve ,,,....., . .,,...... 208 Schmidtberger, Clinton ...... , ..... 208 Schneider, Betty ,....... ..,... 2 21 Schneider, Cynthia ..... , ....... 219 Schneider, Dinah .,.. .... 5 8,187,278 Schneiderhlerry . . . .,.. 187,279 Schneider, john . . . ....... . 208 Schoenfeldt, Steve . .......,.. 224 Schreiber, Cindy . . . , . 114,187,278 Schroeder, Hedy . . Schroeder, Marilyn Schroff, Mary Beth Schuette, Robert . . 187 ....,.224 47,223 ......217 Schuetz,john .... . . . 53,218 Schuetz, Ruth . . . .... . 208 Schulteis, Trella . . . . . 21,85 Schultz, Mike ..., . . . 187 Schuman, Rick . . . . . . 208 Scott, Greg ....., . . . 209 Scott, Pat ........ . . . 209 Seabrook Pharmacy . . . 265 Seals, Asa ....... Sears ...,....... Self, jim ,..... Self, Mickey . . . Self, Rick ....,.. Semon, Barbara . . Senne, Craig ,... Senne, Steve .... Senogles, Alan . . . Senogles, Craig . . . 255 91,187,279 .,,...209 . . . . . . 220 .. 204,209 51,77,187,226,278 ............222 217 .. 201,209 Soczety ...,..,.....,... . .. 258 Shawnee Federal Savings . . . . , , 265 Sheafor, Brad .......... ..,. 8 0 Shelinbarger, Marvin .... . . . 224 Shell Service Station . . . . . . 268 Shellenberger, John ..., ,...,... 2 09 Shelton, Peggy ..........,..,...... 21 Shelton, Sara .,....,,..... 47,77,88,99 100,103,123,175,187,278 Shepard, jackie ...............,... 187 Shepherd, Sylvester ............... 221 Shevrin, Danny ..,.. ......... 25,223 Shobney, john .......,....,...... 209 Shockley, Susan ...... 21,36,133,187,278 Short, Cheryl . . . Shotts, Steven . . . Shuart, Laird ...... Shutts, Alice ......... Sibberson, Miss Erna . . Sieh, Bob ............ Similar Mode Co . ., 187 ...,....,,..209 187,279 209 113187 279 .,....,...,265 Simmonshlerry . . . . . . 164,220 Simmons,jim .... ,.1. . 209 Simon, Debra .................... 219 Simon, Frances ....,......,..,.... 187 Simons, Kathy ..... 25,51,53,78,187,278 Simons, Pat ..... ................ 2 23 Simons, Patty .... ,............. 2 17 Simpson, Nancy .... . , 38,218 Sims, jody ....... ..., 2 19 Skeens, Donna . . . . . . . 209 SOPHOMORES jeff Templin and Steve Fair laugh at a fellow classmate during lunch hour on the veranda. Slais, Harold .... Sloan, Donna . . . Slater, Cathy ..... Sleehta, Claudia .,.. Small, Brenda .... Smalley, Janice Smalley, Joyce Smelter, Sindi .... Smith, Anne ..... , Ardith .... Smith, Becky . . Smith Smith, Bill . . . Smith Cindy .... , . . . smifhf Clyde , . .....224 .. 47,209 209 117,222 .....209 ,....,.209 23,187,278 187 .. 53,209 ..,...,,,209 . . ............ 209 . . 25,88,209,212 76,78,171,187,278 223 Smith, Connie ...... ............ 2 24 Smith, Deborah ..., .... 2 09 Smith, Gary ..... .... 2 23 Smith, Hilo ..... .... 2 89 Smith, Jane ..... .... l 92 Smith, Janet .... ..,. 1 89 Smith,Janice . . . , . . . 221 Smith,Jeff .... ..., 2 09 Smith,Jim 221 Smith, Jody ...., ,.,. 2 09 Smith, John ..... .... 2 19 Smith, Kathy ...... ..... 2 10 Smith, Madeline .... . . 54,210 Smith, Marcia . . . ....,. . . 23 Smith, Michael . . . . . . 155,223 Smith, Pam ....,......,.......... 224 Smith, Sharon .....,......,. 78,189,210 Smith, Vicky .... 91,160,161,189,238,246 Smoot, Susi ...,.................. 210 Sneden, Patty ..... 50,78,91,132,189,278 Snepp, Larry . . . .,......,...... . 217 Snook, Connie , . . .........,. 51,210 Snyder, Kent ....,.... . . 38,220 Snyder, Norma ........ . . 22,223 South West State Bank ..,. .. . 260 Spaulding, Nelson .,... .... 1 89 Spaulding, Sharon , . . . . . . . 218 Spears, Helen ...,.. , . . . 224 Specht, Jeanie .... .... 2 19 Specht, Ted ..... ...,. 1 89 Spees, Martha . . . . . . 216,220 Spencer, Anita ..... . . 53,210 Spencer, Len ....,.... Spencer, Patricia M ..,. Spencer, Randall . . . S icher Rick . p , . . . Spiker, Carol . . . Spratt, Marc ....... Springer,ABenny .... 189 .....42 152 ...,.210 189,278 . . 22,221 ...,221 223 .. 53,210 189 ...,210 ..........210 Staerkel, Gary . . . Stafford, Vicki . . . Stamm, Patti ..... Stamps, Emerson . . . Stamps, Shirley . . . Stanley, James ....,.... 224 Stansbury, Dennis .....,. 45,77,133,210 Stanwix, Mike ..... Starkey, Stauffer Stauffer Stawitz, Beverly .... , Carolyn , Michael . . . Fred .... Steele, Andrew . . . Steele, Babette . . . Steele, Bob ..... Steele, Edith .... Steele, Pamela .... Steele, Robert .... Steele, Tom ..,... Stehlin, Eileen . . . Stelzner, Susie . . . Sterrett,Joye E. . . Stevens Ra , y .... Stevenson, Robert Stevenson, William ,......,..., .... 2 10 Stewart, Bobby ..... Stewart, Chris .,.. Stewart, Donnie ..., Stewart, Michael 290 ......,....222 ........,210 .....224 192,279 ..25,22O 189 189 167 ..,.223 ,...218 .......210 189 .,.. 130,131,189 47,223 40 147,167,189,279 218 ,. 77,125,133,210 ...........220 78,189,279 Stewart, Tom . . . Stewart, Vicky ,... Stewart, Wayne . . , Stillwell,Jeanne . . . Stinson, Ken .... Stinson, Jerlita ..,... Stirtz, Marlene .....,. St. Louis, Margaret . . . Strong, Patricia ..,... Stone, Barbara .,.. Stonebraker, John .... Stoppel, MarilynJ. Stovall, Mike ....... Stovall, Stephanie .... Stover, Diane ..... Strahm, Mary C. ... . Stratton Hardware Strong, Mark .....,, Studebaker, Gary .,... Stumbaugh, Ralph Summers, Beulah W, ...,, . Summers, Dr. Gordon A .... Summers, james, Interiors .... Sutherland, Anne ..,...,,. , .... Sutherland, James , . . Sutherland, Linda . . . Swafford, Paul ,.., Swan, Christine , . . Sweeney, Craig ..., Swenson, R.G. ,.... . Swenson, William E. . . Swert, Paula ......., Switzer, Sally ..... Sylvester, Leon ..,.... T Tabor, Dianna .... Tabor, Karen .... Tafoya, Mery .... Tafoya, Rosa . . . Targownik, Jack ,....,. Targownik, Tom ..,.. .,.217 ...219 147 218 ., 163,219 210 .... 53 .., 187 210 189 217 42 189 53,220 ... 217 ... 37,224 260 222 210 189 47 ....11 ...266 211 ,. 189,279 .,..,189 ......222 51,217 ., 167,222 ..,...11 ...,37 .....211 .,.,.. 222 53,211 .. 189,278 ....223 ,....,....219 , .......... 211 . 24,25,50,52,57, 119,150,189,244 25,57,119,123,220 Tate, Shelby ..................... 189 Taylor, Jack .... ...,......... 2 1 1 Taylor,Joyce ..... . . 189,278 Taylor, MaryJane .. . . , . , , 91 Taylor, Walter ........ , . 189,279 Team Sporting Goods . . .... 269 Teasley, Brooke ..... Teel, Jesse F. .... , Teel, Nancy ....,,.. 189 39,224 .....221 Templer, Chester F. .... .... 3 9 Templin, Jeffre ...... Tenbrink, Jerry ...,. 223 77,222 Terrel, Cecil ...... ,... .,,..,.... 2 1 9 Tetuan, Guadalupe ......,...,.... 221 Tetuan, Mary ...,.... Tevis, Larry ....,.... Tevis, Rick .......... Theilmann, Dr. Giles , . .,,........,223 .. 77,163,189,279 60,163,224 Thomann, Donna ..,,.. .,...,.,.. 2 11 Thomas, Floyd ....,. Thomas, Leo E. . . . Thomas, Maxine ..., Thomas, Richard .... Thomas, Ronnie . . . Thomas, Vickie . . . Thompson, Bob . . . Brian ..., Thompson, Thompson, David .... Thompson, Greg . , . . Thompson, Kathy ..., Thompson, Steve .... Thompson, Randy . . . Thornton, Wayne ,... Thorp, Charles .... Thrash, DeeDee . . . ... 25,78,85,88 110,112,279 39 ......224 ..,211 219 ...217 ...211 ...218 ...211 189 224 ...220 ...211 221 224 222 Thurman, Venita 'Tibbs, Calvin ..... Tibbs, James ..... , Ticehurst, Diane .... Tichenor, Dorothy , . . . Tichenor, Ilene ..... Tilzey, Ray F ..,.,.. Timmons, Linda .... Tzndatt is ......... Tinsley, Anne ..... Tinsley, David ,... Tipton, Ron .... 'Ii1z, Dennis .,..... Tompkins, Gary .,,. Tonar, Charles ..,.... Toney, Janet ........... Topeka New Car Deaterr . Topeka Chair Rental .... Topeka 's Top Quality Cleaners .,.... Torgeson, Lynn ......,. Torgeson, Sam .....,... Torrence, Rick , . . . , . . Tosone, Mrs. Frances ..., Townsend, Jerry ..,... Townsend, Steve ..,.. Traphagen, Mary .... Trapp, Karen ..... Travis, Dana . . . Treesh, Randy .... Tribble, Dona . . . Trimble, Lloyd ..,. Tripp, Don ..... Tritt, Virgie ,.... . Troupe, Robert .... Truhe, Linda . . . Truhe, Oscar . . . Tucker, Agnes .... Tucker, Ray .... Tucker, Ron ...... Tucker, Virginia ..... Tuddor, Randy .... TufHey, Carol ,..., Tufiiey, Don .,...... Tumbleson, Sharlett . . . Turner, Ben .,..,... Turner, Larry ..... . , Tyler, Milton , . . Tyler, Terri . , , . Tyree, Oscar ..,. , . U Umberger, Debbie . . . United Rent-Alts ..,. Upchurch, Mike . . . V Van, Johnnie . . . Vance, Larry ,.,.. Vann, Tom ....,..,. Van Slyck, Harold E. Vasquez, Rachael , . . , Vawter, Patricia ..... Venturella, Paula .... Vernon, Vicky ..,. Vest, Linda , , . . . Vicory, Marsha , . . Vicory, William . . , Vzctory Sand Co. . , Vinson, Aldar ..... Vinson, Clardy . , . . Vogel, Debbie . . . Voight, Carol . . . Vrow, Sam ..., 165,223 ,..149,159,211 ....,..,211 ...53,77,222 47,190 ....217 ..,.11 .H223 ...268 ...211 ...155 ...223 ...186 ...211 ...219 ...224 ...264 , ....,.,., 260 267 ..........190 60,221 83,155,211 14 .......211 .. 148,190 .....223 190 ...217 ...222 212 ..,.. 224 . 148,212 ....,212 .,,,..212 ,..,.,..190 ....77,167,212 .,....,.219 ......212 .. 190,279 .,..,212 .,...192 67,190 ....,.224 51,225 ...148,190,279 .....,....220 190,279 125,127,208,212 ..........221 ...212 257 ..,219 77,212 ...,.212 .,..90 ....34 ....77 ...224 ...217 ...217 .....221 .. 190,278 .....222 ........254 ...,,....,19O ..,154,155,212 ,...99,120,190 53,212 ......222 130,194 Zink, Kenneth , . . . , . Waggoner, Terry .4..,.., Wagner, Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, jan ..... Connie ., David . . , Ed ..... Edith ..,, Walker, Emily . . . Pinkie .,... Walls, Glennette Walls, Naomi . . Walker, 1 77,91,131,190 242,278 46,212 ,. 51,223 ., 25,219 212 212 221 212 190 218 Walmer, Ardith .,.. ..., 2 12 Walmer, Franklin .... ..... 1 90 Walter, Ron , .... , ..... ,,.... 1 67,190 Walters, joyce ..,..........,...., 221 Warner,joe ,.... 50,52,119,190,251,279 Warner Leslie ......... 77,165,220,225 Warner, Nancy .,,...,,...,,,..,,. 220 Warren, Brenda ..., ...,..... 2 22 Warren, Brenda .... ...,.. 2 22 Warren, Dale .... . , , 163,219 Warren, 'Linda . . , ..... . 218 Warren, Louis . . . ..,... . 190 Warren, Nancy ,.,. . , . . 130,190 Warren Sharon .... ...... 1 90 Washbiirn, Sharon , . . Watkins, Larry ...., Webb, Karen ..,... . . . Weber, Carolyn . Weber, Ellen ..,. Weber, Laurie . . Weber, Paige . . . Weber, Pamela . . Weik, Charles , . . Welch, Walter . . Wellborn, Bob . . Wellenschneider, W Welles, Ted ..,.. Wells, Brenda .... Wells, Carmen . . . Wells, Stanley ..,. Wells, Terry .,.. Wentz, Nancy ..., Werner,jane .... Wert, Paula ,.... 11'1i5n5 Wesley, Steve ..,,.. Wessel, Marjorie . . , Wessel, Ruth ,... West, Rex C. . . West, Rexann .,.. West, Rodney .... Westerdale, Ilene .... Westerdale, Mark , . . Westfall, Mike .....,.. ...,218 ......,.,212 ..,.,.....190 .5o,74,212,249 130,212 ,,....,...224 150,153,170,190 229,230,278 . 37,51,190,278 ....,,....224 , .,....,. 190 26,85,277 191 , . ...... 220 165,212 212 ....223 .,35,212 190 ......,217 51,77,210 .,....,213 . ..,,.. 213 190,278 ,..,...29 152 223 ...,,. 213 224 218 Westfall, Sam .........,.... 78,190,279 Whayne, Dick .... 45,53,144,149,167,213 Wheat, Janice .....,,.....,...,.,. 213 Wheeler, Emetria ,... ,.....,....217 Wheeler, Ronnell ......... ,...,.,. 2 18 Whelan It Lumber Co. ...,.. . Whitaker, Debbie ,,.... White,jim ..,,... Whitehloyce .... , White, Rita ....... Whitely, Don ..,.... VVhitmore, Marvin . . . Whitt, Rick .......,, Whittington, Linda . . Wickern, Donald . . . Widner, Terry , . . . . Wiechen, Lynne .,,, Wiedwald, Tod ...., Wigger, Ellen .... Wike, Erik ,,..., Wiksten, Cliff ..., Wilcox, Robert ,... . Wilder, Kathy ...,., Wilkerson, John .,., 1ff'1'49,151, ,..,.. 263 121,137,165,218 221 217 190 Q ,,,.,.. 191 191 191 ...,,....219 .....,.219 159,223 ......213 ..,,213 ....223 ..,,213 ......213 .,191,279 ,.,,218 ....223 Wilderson, Robert Wilkin, Dawna , . Wilkins, Brett . , , Williams Bonnie Williams Doug , Williamswlanet . . Williamshlohn . . Williams, Kaylene Williams, Larry R Williams, Marvin Williams, Mike . Williams, Phil , , Williams, Preston Williams, Randy Williams, Sharon Williams, Vancej. Wilson Charles, Wilson, Charles D Wilson, Connie , , Wilson, Nancy . . Wilson, Steve , . . Wilson, Russell . . Witthar, Dennis ,.... Wiksten, Cliff ,.,...,, Wohlgemuth, Pam ,... Wolf, Charles .,..,,.. Wolfe is Camera Shop . . Wood, Carolyn .....,, Woodburn, Mrs. Naomi Woods, Robert ...,... Wooster, David ,..., . . Worswick, Karen , .... Worthington, Carol . . . Worthington, Dona , . . Wright, jamie .,.... Wright, Maurice . . . Wright, W.K. ,.., . , .......... ,.,..218 25,68,136,201,213 53 " ifQQQIfQffi191 ...213 ..,,.,.213 .,.......213 207,212,213 54,55 , ..... ,191 ........219 163,213 ...,.....,.223 .. 25,8s,191,279 ...,,.....213 .,.213,218 ...,.220 .....191 , ,..... 217 191,279 .....191 , ,... 18,213 ,,..82,191,278 ...,,,,.213 ,, ...... 265 .. 191 14 .. ...,... 217 , ...... , 279 .,. 78,91,191 .., 191,278 .,,.. 219 .., 213 ... 218 ....71 Wurtz, Philip . ,.,., .....,, Wutherich, Don .... .,.. Wyatt, janet ...,. Yardley, Kathy . , . Yarrington, Vic. . . Ybarra,LIohn ..,,. Ybarra, Gloria . . . Young, Clinton .... Mrs.james . Young, Young,j1m , ...... Young, Kathy .,.,. Young, Mildred . . . Young, Patty ..... Zeller, Connie ....,..., Zimmerman, Larry Zink, Marcia ,.... Zirkle, Tom ,... Zuniga, Angelo , , . Zuniga, Xavier . . . Zwingelberg, Karen Q A talented folk singer Peggy Knox, brightens many THS assemblies with her songs and guitar playing. 12,15 , ..... 213 111,138,139 168,191,278 ..,...213 ,.. 231,233 191,279 .........213 1 .,,37,163,213 .......224 25,218 ...,219 39 iiii-214 223 217 192 ...214 ...218 ...214 191 91,214 mia '1 Nm ,U , 1 K J, W4 roy,s Tower is tradition. . . ur object of pride. . . eathering storms of time ver beautiful. . . ising spires of inspiration. IT HAS BEEN a Fine and rewarding experience to complete the big job of writing and publishing a king- size yearbook. Exhausted, we are now down to the last page. Our sincere appreciation goes out to all those who helped make the publication of this book possible. Sin- cere Thanks goes to teachers and administrators for their cooperation in letting us take pictures, to our five student photographers, and to our advertisers. Deepest gratitude goes to our publishers for all their valuable aid and encouragement, and to our advisor, Mrs. Schulteis, for her patience and help every step ofthe way. The endless hours of overtime work are buried in a pile of memories as We apply the finishing touches and see our book successfully finished. It is our hope that the 1967 SUNFLOWER gives a complete record of a memorable year, and that it pleases every reader. Thank you for let- ting us bring you an annual we hope you will treasure. Kathy Sassaman, SUNFLOWER editor and the I967 staff L OWTER To f stwmrw X S S tm, 2 E7 " nluuu ""' CD X QQ Wpmimtl W ! umm v 0 Wmlliwilmw at f fi tS'!1'W Q W V 3 Z le F K f 4 5 QQ -T WM QW ij? ,Milo i Xfwwcgfgfilffqi Q gf LAD W W fm WW JJ W fi f W MQW is Q Sl umwbgffx Q X X 'X NW 3 KW NW gm i Tf M ww Ni! diff gf is F Q55 ij few 750 ,


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