The Sunflower, v.41, no.33 (May 7, 1936)

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Article(s): Foggy politics disturb campaigns: Lee and Malone left in running -- Workers ahead of schedule -- Rogers chosen to lead Blue next year -- Jardine to speak at Student Forum -- Applications to be Cub Cops -- Nine in honor groups: Five men, four women selected -- County highs close successful year: County highs will graduate 1,000 pupils -- Speech science group to give demonstration -- Many papers will compete for weekly title -- Six speakers are announced for session -- Officers elected by Kappa Delta Pi -- Geology students make field trip -- Laird to speak at North High -- Summer school bulletin issued -- Springtime farce arrives for annual campus visit -- University bulletin -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- Mt. Hope sets graduation date -- Diplomas given at Clearwater -- Caps and gowns are to be worn at North High -- Mt. Carmel has twelve seniors -- Maize High has twelve seniors -- Jochems speaks to Andale High -- Cathedral will graduate 57 -- Forum named scene of East High exercised -- Derby seniors hear Hekhuis -- Bentley seniors finish May 12 -- Goddard class hears Markham -- Viola exercises to be May 15 -- Mulvane has large class -- Valley Center to graduate 39 -- Emery elected head of Omega Upsilon -- University Society: D.O. to have formal dance; Y.W.C.A. gives tea for seniors; May Ward is guest speaker; Garden Plain holds services; Tea to honor mothers Sunday; Roundabout; Pi Alpha have annual formal dinner dance -- Squad to meet Tiger invasion -- Meet officials are announced -- Pitt, Emporia are favorites to win honors -- Freshmen lead in women's baseball -- Ten submit scores for archery shoot -- Women's sport glances / Iona Hall -- Palmer to Iola on second clinic visit -- University net squad sweeps tennis meets -- Forfeits feature intramural games -- C.C. meet will not be try-out -- Cheney to hold service May 19 -- Manning runs great victory
Photograph(s): [Jimmie] Lee, [Frank] Malone. p. 1 -- [Roy] Rogers. p. 1 -- Women's honor group: Martha Sells, Vera Setzer, Loneta Brown, Virginia Kilbourn. p. 1 -- Men's honor group: Dell Hitchner, Paul Randels, Edwin Thomas, Gifford Booth, Jack Rathbone. p. 1 -- [Loy] Wood. p. 2 -- Proudly boasting the largest rural high school graduating class in Sedgwick County, Valley Center’s 39 seniors will end a 12 year sojourn in the schools of that city with commencement exercise May 26. Miss Esther Nanninga, extreme left, is sponsor. B. F. White, extreme right, is superintendent of schools. p. 3 -- Clearwater High School’s graduating class of 22 is pictured above. Dr. Eleazer Daye, popular Wichita minister, will deliver the commencement address in the high school auditorium May 13. p. 3 -- Runnerup for honors of the largest rural graduating class in the county is the Mulvane class pictured above. The class numbers 31. . p. 3 -- Miss Agnes Arensford, left, class sponsor, and L. A. Brennan, right, superintendent of schools, will preside over final ceremonies as these 13 seniors of Andale Rural High School are graduated in the high school auditorium. Judge W. D. Jochems will address the group. The above members of the Garden Plain High School graduating class will completed their high school tenure when Father Prosper delivers the commencement address May 20. p. 3 -- Charles Lahey, outstanding senior at Cathedral High School, who leads his class as president, will be graduated with his 35 classmates May 29 at St. Mary’s Cathedral. p. 4 -- Mt. Hope High School, in the northwest corner of Sedgwick County, will see these 15 seniors graduate May 13. Dr. Earl K. Hillbrand, popular dean of the University Graduate School, will deliver the address. Miss Elizabeth Andrews, pictured on the extreme right, is class sponsor. Extreme left is H. C. Van Voorhis, school superintendent. Third from right in the front row is Miss [illegible name], who has never made less than an “A” grade in her [illegible] work. p. 4 -- Males thrice outnumber females in the Viola High School senior class pictured above. A Viola minister, Reverend Driver will give the baccalaureate address late this month. p. 4 -- These twelve students will be graduated from the Maize High School, May 19. Floyd Moore, class sponsor, is shown at the right of the group, and Leland R. Armstrong, superintendent of the school, is at the left. p. 4 -- W. T. Markham, state superintendent of schools, will address these 10 seniors of Goddard High School at commencement exercises May 14. p. 4 -- Derby High School parents and patrons will be proud of the above group of 20 seniors to be graduated at commencement exercises in the high school auditorium, May 22. Dean L. Hekhuis of University of Wichita will deliver the address. p. 4 -- Cheney High School graduating class, pictured above, has chosen Dean I. Hekhuis from the University Liberal Arts College to give its commencement gathering on May 19. Fourteen girls, six boys will receive their diplomas at the ceremony. p. 4 -- Miss Charlene Pritchard is president of the senior class of Mt. Carmel High School. p. 4 -- Don Blue leads his North High graduating class as its president this year. This year marks the first time in the history of the school that a senior in class will wear caps and gowns at its commencement ceremonies. p. 4 -- David Rohrer, who is the president of the senior class of Wichita High School East, will be graduated with has class on May 23 at the Forum. p. 4 -- These five seniors at Bently High School will present their own program for their commencement exercises to be held on May 13. At the right of the group is John O. Bowden, superintendent of he high school, and sponsor of the class. p. 4 -- President: Miss Maxine Wideman is president of Delta Omega sorority and will preside at the annual Black and White party to be given Saturday night in honor of the May Queen and her attendants. p. 5
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.33, Wichita, Kansas, May 7, 1936. - 6 pages
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