Manhattan High School - Blue M Yearbook (Manhattan, KS)

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345 2 This book represents a synopsls of youth youth at nts best with nts glornes efforts trials sacrlflces lngenulty lnltlatlve, brllllance joys loves hatreds cheers fears slmplxclty and complexity We have directed our efforts ln an attempt to characternze that youth and those who mold the men and women from this mass lrresponslble adolescence We pay trxbute to those who serve and wall serve on the fronts of llfe nn the splrxt of democracy Youth llVlhg ln the world of today planning for the world of tomorrow Q Published by The Journalxsm Classes of Manhattan Senior Hugh School May 1942 onfenfs Admmlstratlon Qtudent f,0llI1Cll SLIIIOI SlCtl0n Honor SOClLtX Lncluclw men D1 1m1 md Nlusxc C lube -Xtl1l0tlC4 Soclal Exe-nts Blue NI Queen 7-lie DR W E SHEFFER Supcrlntcndcnt of Schools 1 1 1 NI l1lXl 1 1111 1 1g1 11 u111I11 1 IS h 111l1lml111 I n1v11s11x 11111 11 Ltta Kettc Club S1lln1 W1sl15l11 lJ11l Il 1 r 111 orx IIIIVLTSIIW of LIIILIQBH L111x1rs1ty 011111111 KS! ll I1 IIXNI4 '- sslsl llll 1 1 1 11 1 1 Us 111111111 1111 INlllfIQl1I S111 11s11r of Scnnce 1 uh Q ,, 11X S11r111 IL OFLl1lT 1 1311111 xS1 h 1g..1111111rx1lo1 11 101 Id Ju1111r 111d 5911101 11g,l1 x S 1 1 Il 11 1 I-'llgll 1 MA KU 1 wx x e 1 Iurllor 1, s X 1 1 1 l11l N1 1011 lll ADMINISTRATION GUIDES N ESSENTIAL part of any school system IS ltS ad mmlstratlon Often a thankless effort, we now pay tubute to the dlllgent eff1c1ency of our own ad m1n1st1at1on and faculty If the school year has been a successful one, and th1s has been a xely successful year, It test1f1es to the capable guldance of the school s admln 1st1at1on The success of a school 18 dlrectly proportlonal to the capaclty of 1ts admlnlstratoxs Effectlvely the suc cess of a natlon rests upon the efflclency of the teachers Ill the schools D9m0ClaCy IS taught by D13CtlC9 and It IS best practlced 1n the schools Thls yeal has been a Vltal one for the entlre VVOlld and to the 89111018 who are endlng thelr hlgh school Cd.lGClS and stepplng out 1HtO th1s unsettled world It has bee11 especlally trylng There has been llttle to encour age those semors whose status IS so undetermmed and 1n deflnlte MHS has contrlbuted to the cause materlally for some students and faculty members, not satxsfled to re mam on the home front, have become a portlon of the tlghtlng forces of Umted States Much of the credlt for th1s successful school year can be lald at the feet of Mr Bergman, P1'1I1ClDdl, and Dr Sheffer, Super1ntendent and the corps of teachers who often carry the brunt of youthful student antlcs Throughout the year the faculty has alded not ln galnlng scholastlc knowledge but also so operatlve maturlty Transactlng the bUS1 th cho SSI! 11 r1l ll N1 1r A B1r1s1 NI Berger H B1 11111 Is S T1 1 11 1 1 11111141 X 1 1 Ii Boles P Broun E Lampbc-ll 111 k 1 11111 1 Lraxs ford NI Dexter J Dobson 2 .. . . . . i Y - . v . . 1 . 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Serving on the school board which has inaugurated many neu improvements and ac complishments ale M1 P J Neuman, president, Mr Ray H Pollom,w1ce president Mr R C Barr, treasurer, Mr Tom McClung Dean R W Babcock, Mr G W Guin, Dr K F Blscom and Miss Clara Spllman, clerk of the board Courses offer ed in MHS are Commercial Mathematics, Home Economics, English, Science, Social Science, Public Speaking Art, Printing, Manual Arts Vocational Agri culture Music, and Physical Education In each of these fields are selected subjects better to enable the student to prepare himself for college or l1fe This year sex eral neu courses wx ere offered to aid the huge War effort carried forward by the United States New shop courses and an advanced algebra course were made avallable to aid students who were to become part of the huge war effort program May we again pay tribute to the fine spirit, cooper ative attitude and general excellence of our administra MR F V BERGMAN Pxmclpal tive bodies and faculty Devotlng their attention so that we might become better citizens, capable of carrying on the democratic way, to the fulfillment of the dream of liberty and freedom, our administration and faculty have led the way to a successful school year I lII'wllllX'L, ,,, C Llubs P Durhlm I Flmler Frnst If ly NI K 'lrrett 4 o II Hou hton I hmm H Kugler lege 'it Fmporm A llllXt'I'lS of tolorldo friduate Study T uh ers 1 nllege Columln 1 University 101 lil l H-XXI Toronto Kansns World li sun Bs x S 1 L n DUI'll su 5 uns: r ni stu dent Louncil lb-X NIA1 LLDI R Lureka Lngllsh and Speech lx li Imporil Loloiado U lLll0ll L 1 x Prln IIIL, 1 l ns u ll A Jurx lrhig lll l ill ox lbll 1 NSU lx S IIHPOIII lun lllSUI' D l HIL COLID Iledmont Sp enh BS KST1 Fm li ll ll If 1 L.l X 1 o 1 eometrw A x adn ite Studi lx l ,Spun FLOX LF! 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' 'I .' 1 emocm ic ounci eiqns l N A 10 N ard l xer lrso s LGI lyne llllli-'Q llE'IlllllE, Sillshury Scott Se-eonrl lux Nlr hulhem Innes Iiurx Keller Ire-uer Seheu Iles Raymond Swln VV'erd leeter STUIJPXT IOINQ II First Row Stevslrt Flmer Obenland Wilson Wolf Hodgson Yum: J o llmelunoxtnn Insets Throelmortun Otto xNllS4ll'l Ulnnlum HE C OVERNING body of the Manhattan Sen lor Hlgh School the Student Councll h done tme work duxmg thls school Vedl Sta1t mg the actlvltles of the Councll was a Tea for New Students Many new students attended and learned to know many new people Members of the Councll were elected last Sprmg and took over actlve duty IH the fall Thxs year s Counexl IS composed of Dorothy Lou Wllson and Wendell Obenland semors Ruth Hodgson and Lou Otto JLIIIIOIS Ruth Ann Wolf and Howard El mel sophomores Betty Jean Yapp and lxennetl Stewart ex 0fflClO and Ray Throckmorton rep resentatlve at large Facultx sponsor IS Mr Dur ham The Councll elected 'ts lt offlcers Ray Throele morton presldent Lou Otto uce presldent D01 othy Lou xVllSOI'l secletarx 'Ind Wendell Oben land tleasurel The flrst blg project of the Councll 1 the fxll electron of cl ass offlcer General manager of the electron was Dorothy Krey The election IS run much the same as national electxons The students are dnlded lnto wards and must reglster before votlng Thus xeal the Student COllllCll sponsored a Hobo Dance to arouse mterest for the Pig Skm Prom The party was a huge success wlth many student pr sent The soclal spotllght of the school year the Pig Skm Prom IS sponsored by the Councll The Student Teacher Relatlons C0mmltt96 xxlth varxous other ones such as Health and Samtatlon REVISION of Blue and Whlte and Inter School Re latlons functioned very well this year They ac compllshed several problems whlch had long been tloublmg the school Ruth Ann Wolf sophomore attended the Six Hodgson Dorothy Lou Wllson Betty Jean Yapp Kenneth Stewalt and Lou Otto went to Emporla to the State Conventlon These conventions proved to be very worth whlle Thls year the Councll has done outstandlng work for defense They sponsored a bw paper drlve xxhlch was cllmaxed by a Paper Panty From thls sale they recelved enough money to purchase a De fense Bond wxth the G R and H1 Y The councll also backed the sale of Defense Stamps Sprmg electron for the Councxl ns much the same as the fall electwn of class offlcers Councul mem bers are elected m the Sprmg to get them ac qualnted with next years problems Jack Gould was General Chalrman ORKING HAND ln hand wlth the Student Councll IS the Representlve Councll The members of thls councll are elected from the home rooms one representative from each room Thus body keeps the students ln closer con tact wlth the Student Councll through the home rooms Problems of the students are brought to Student Councll by the Home Room Representa tlves The blggest project of thls body IS sellmg actlvxty txckets at the begmmng of the year 5 l:l':l'I:l4:sl'1."r Tlvlc 3 Uyvu. Th' :mv-langue-, Hull, M11-, in .4 n.-, In y -, ,' -h. 2 '- 'l A '. 'Z 'J ', ' . Ht," -1-' - , -Q , . . A1 1. 1 I 1 . - . - ' 1 - - .. l . . l ' ag ' ' - . ' . . . x . ' ' A, - . . . . I w, ' , 1 1 States Conventlon at WlChlt8. Flve students, Ruth 1 ' 1 -1 1 f ' 'l ' , ' , y ' ' ' v . J , . ' . . D . L v , 7 . A 1 - 1 ' - 'f f ' ' , 1 3 7 1 7 ' Z 1, 1 1 9 ' l Y 1 Q ' . ' ' . " .' ' E x - 1- 1 . , . . . h . l l A K ' S . I ' '- L I 1 ' 1 - " 7 - -- ! 7 Y " V 1 1 s 1 ' v , . v. 1 I , ' , ' X Y ' s I 4 1 . 1 f I I - . ' c A - . 8 . . . .S X 1 . . Y , K. ' z ' s. ' ' - . ' . V. Q 1 . . . . , ' . . uwvwulmlfn' 5 NSE ANG 6 WW' THE CLASS GF 42 BGWS QUT GPqQSl USS QCOPC IN THE FALL of 1939 the largest Sophomore class on record two hundred and thrrty seven rn number began therr hrgh school careers under therr elected leaders Marshall Walker presrdent Wrlma Ward vrce presrdent and Earl Mrller sec retary trea urer Marjorre Correll and Ray Throck morton were successful rn therr campargns for Stu dent Councrl representatrves That thrs class of 42 rs qurte dramatre was frrst evrdenced bv the erstrng of twelve sophomores rn the GR Hr K play Remember the Day Mem bers of the class havrng parts were Marjorre Cor rell Dorothy Krey Betty Jean Yapp Kenneth Stewart Don Kerth Betty Gall Parker Bettre Srack Marranna Snarr Patrrcra Barclay Bob Swan Jean Pollom and Dorothy Lou Wrlson The Sophomore s contrrbutron to the Manhattan football team was shrfty and speedy Guy Brown The frrst school dance the elass attended was the Prgskrn Prom at whrch Matt Betton and hrs or chestra played To basketball was presented Earl Mrller who earned hrs letter through hrs abrlrty as a guard Engene Crrrmes was eleeted secretarv for the followrng Vear ef the Junror Academy of Scrence rn Krnsas at the Screnee Conventron held rn Wrch r a Trkrng advantage of the school board s new al lowance of erght school dances a year the clas gave the trrst Sophomore dance rn MHS on May 6 1 40 HF SLMNIER of 1940 passed qurcklv as all summers do and preparatrons were made to start s hool September 9 Because of lnfantrle parfrlysrs how ex er school was postponed Barrmg one day September 23 another month of vacatrorr was added x 1th school startrng rn a very concen trated way on October 6 After a short spectacular campargn the grrls won out rn the class electron placrng Wrlrra Ward as presrdent Bettre Srack as vrce presrdent and Brown Burton as secretarv treasurer Councrlors were Betty Jean Yapp and Kenneth Stewart Contrrbutrng to the C R H1Y drama productron Smrlrn Through were Marjorre Correll Kenneth stewart Don Kerth Dorothy lxrey and Betty Jean app Thrrtx three members of the class recerved schol arshrp awrrds for work done rn therr sophomore year Football lettermen rncluded Earl Mrller Guy Brown Vaughn Lundberg Bob Walters Johnny Nl mr Morale' r l l 1 Luk xx e-rghrngrn eftre-rent sec url s rot bl-ex I ll I rr nu r lmlc+Je an rr wr nr rn urrr g let s nr rkeup--rm re p r ser n urn r e 1 so 1 uwfl pl these I N XIIJI I s UPFILI Bull P ruhnn Xrce Presr urn I Walters Sure-trrx Tre rsurer Dlck Mullin I resrdent Inman Paul Newell Bob Toburen Lharles Boren, and Lee Gregory The Junror class gave an all school party the Hrgh School Frolre rn a successful attempt to rarse money for the Junror Senror At the close of the basketball season rn whrch Earl Sam Mrller B1llFaubron Bob Toburen cerxed letters a banquet followed for the frrst trme by a dance was grven rn honor of the basket ball boys Vrrgrnra Lrnn and Bettre Sraek represented the Junror grrls on the Grrl Reserve cabrnet On the H1 Y cabrnet were Kenneth Stewart Paul Owensbv and Don Messenhermer Ray Throckmorton succeeded Gene Grlmes as secretary of the Junror Academy of Scrence The class presented a the annual Junror Class play an old fashroned meller dramer Pure As the Drrven Snow Srxteen Junrors had stage parts whrle a number of others were on the stage crew On March frrst the Senrors entertamed the Jun ror class 'rt r port dance carrred out rn red whrte and blue Our own school swrng band furnrshed the musrc and rhythm needed for a much enjoyed evenmg In response the Junrors muted the Senror class to a semr formal banquet and dance whose theme centered around the wrshrng well To all who attended thr was an unforgettable evenrng -Xnd thus passed therr Junror vear S THE MEMBERS of the Senror Class of 1949 they began the school year rn earnest Dlck Nled rn Brll Faubron and Bob Walters were elected to take charge of the class busrness whrle Dorothy Lou Wrlson and YVendell Obenland were chosen to represent the class on the Student IL ntrnued on Ia e New-rrreerrl 7 v . 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'NIXY XXUIFINI lntr I A ne rnmmcrcml Club 3 4 Il Lrl ll J 1 I r omc lr Q :su Sc Tre s Comrn ITE Pernemlnr hm ru xml us 4 Smlllm, rnu oustuhe r 1 umm 0 1 m S 1 I nr N un n 1 tum c liens ISI! 4 4 h LL res lumm 5 Nlxvcer komm .5 Nientur Staff 4 fhrm 4 Bulfl In lum ld 1 putt Rl Wfllflng YVumlm F Woodruff ld Wfvols Hmm B I Zery ' N HXXX Bl-ikkli Suence Klub 9 I' B 11 Ifuge USS of OWS e Sum Councll x 1th Ray Thlockmorton as xepresentatlve at large The Indlan grldsters captured the CkL football cup and, under the leadership of co captalns Earl Nhller and Guy Brown, together wlth the new coach, Charles Socolofsky were declared the Cen tral Kansas League football Ch3mpl0DS of 1942 is a gland fmale to thlS successful season the flrst homecommg for MHS was held at the last game of the season Durmg the program candldates for the Plg'SklYl Prom queen, to be crowned the followmg mght were presented The Plgskln Prom held November 15 was a spectacular affalr cllmaved by the crowning of Thelma Dahl and Earl Mlller as Plgskxn Prom Queen and King' Senlors contllbutmg' to the suc cess of June Mad were Betty Jeanne Zerby Harold Barham Freer McClugage and Ernest Hor on 1 Bob Toburen was elected honor ,Il a1y basketball captaln by the team Iwi.. whlch placed thlrd ln the CKL ln Splte of their slow start In tlack, a new school Javelm record of 166 feet one ha f meh, was set by Challes Boren uhlle SLYBIAI othl track members conslstentlv made hlgh wlns ln leepmg NVl+fl the natlonahstlc Splrlt red, white and blue decoratlons were used for the Sen 1orJun1o1 gnen Malch 7 A full evenlng of enter talnment games refreshments and dancmg were fuzm l d by the Semor for thell Jun1o1 guests Twenty nme members of the class were mclud ed on the Yatlonal Honor Society I'l'l6ll1b0l'ShlD The Senlor class play Skv Road glven Aprll 17 had an excellent cast of flftccn l1lE.lllb9lS Sky Road mdcul lustlfled the last dlamatlc effort of the class of 42 The annual Jumor Senlol held -Xprxl 20 was a memorable occaslon Thxs was quickly followed by the Senlor Sneak, semor assembly the slgnatule dance and flnals Blue NI queen the gxrl who best txpxfled Man hattan Hlgh ln 1942, was Betty Gall Parker Then th1S Class of 42 stxll the largest class on record donned caps and gowns, marched to the solemn stlalns of Pomp and Clrcumstance and recelved the11 dlplomas The1r hlgh school careers were OWGI They then stepped courageously forth to face the world and l1fe unafraxd 17 ,i. 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I u H 1-.'q - T 1'-i ' , , ' u . n t . . , Y, 15 ' . f nlelliqen sio f N 0 6' - Nllcklntuxx dlm l Q t xxx KNNLIIN rx ll ill lll bllUN tXK l lll 1 Il ll l N011 WILINTH NIlNl' me nbem of the scnlol class VSLIC wlettcd fol mtmbtxshxp to the Natlonal Honol SOC1LtY thls xeal These tudents were chosen on the bass of than scholalshlp, character, leadelshlp, and QQIWICL xxhxlc m hlgh school Onlx Qenlore IH the uppu thud of then class arc lglblt to be elected to th1 Qouetx The assemblx held ln hono1 of the nexxlx elected membeu on Apul 10 xxas opened bx two selectlons from the cholus clasxes The honored members were lntroduced bx N11 Bergman xxho later ex plalned hoxx appomtm ntx xxerc made to the so cxety Folloxxmg a buef talk bx Bettx Gall Park er, expreselng the appleclatlon of those ln the Qocxetx, D1 Klrk gaxe the D11IlC1DJ.l adduss -Xplll 72 the Natlonal Honol Socxctx membem attended a banquet xxlth thur parents m the studx hall Nlr Bergman acted ae toaetma ter whlle 'Hr Rogels gaxt the lIlVOCdt1OTl Nlaxlne Elhng played .1 plano solo xxhlch xxae folloxxtd hx a colnet Solo by Don 'llceeenhumcr The pledge xxas adnnnlstered by D1 Sheffer laul Nexxnll gaxe the Students luponee and D1 'Nook plwtntcd the addzese o the exemng Appomtmcnts to the 'xauonal Hono1 Soclctx are made on the hairs of fa polnt ex Qtcm xxlth bcholar shlp bung most nnpoltant blade pomts are 18 doubled and than totaled x 1th tht othtm Plftllfl pel cent of the QLHIOI claw l1dX1YlQ tht lllghtxt number of polnts become membus of thm l1df.lOIl'll orgamzatlon plOXlflL1l thex alt ln the upper thud of then class Students cons1de1 xt a dmtmct hono1 to be elect ed to thu organlzatlon, and thtx VN0llx hald to be come a part of It Hoxxexel moqt of them lL3llL9 that thlk IQ onlx the btglnnlng of thc hono1 and happlness tl ex xxlll YQCCIXL 1f tl.ex continue to put The lNat1onal Honol Socletx lecoenlzee the out standlng qualltlcs of stholaxqhlp Cll3l2.Ct6l lcadel hlp, and SQFVICG IH hlgh School Xtudtnts ind cn couzages them to tackle the much gfxcatcl taslw that he ahead xx1th in unllxalcd VIHOI re ll Nl Q o nn Jus It an tddlf - v mm wx xr 1 r xxx: IU: u r Q-we S xx en- X lr N uv ll It exe liluf uf 1 IL Hluir, Il Film. ki. 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' , A - , , . , . b . f "l "" lwwls 1 rl s: 'NTl'lllYl xx'-x1Ilxvl'. xx" l'l'f" bi f - ' A ' H I 5 A mt111'l:ab-km-pine hunks 1'XllA'l m'X2ll!tlllillll'U " l -hu 'An I' fr ho: k ' rms slmlil-uw s 1.-sfr'-ull' 1-1 l - A ' ' ' .' tl - lr -h - In 1-5-we--.I -' .nt 11 A . . 1 '. , ' . :je ' ' U' - k - M in me f'ng. 1 B' ' 1 l l -1 V ik V V Y V irrrirr V V iA i N flaefz gfep S SCHOOL opened last fall one hundred and eighty-eight juniors enrolled, twenty-six few- er than last year's enrollment Thev elected as their class officers John Bascom, president, Carol1ne Peme, vice plesldent, Ruth Fenton, secre tary treasu1er, and they elected Louis Otto and Ruth Hodgson to the Student Counc1l There were thlrty six Jumors who received schol arshlp awards for the work done dur1ng their sophomore year The H1 Y had three JUYIIOIS on ltS cab1net this year, B111 Hofsess, John Bascom and Dan Johnson The Junior glrls on the Girl Reserve cab1net were Joan Harper, Patty Fairman, and Betty McClung In the first dramatxc productlon of the year, the H1 X G R Play June Mad the Junlors were well lepresented by several young dramatlsts Thcv were Glorla GIVQHS, Shelton Marlow, Helen Hoover, Barbara Rogers, Bill Trekell Helen Otto Roy Drown, and Joan Aldous The Junlors scored an outstanding dramatic hit with their annual play Thls year they gave a three act comedy New Fires, and it was acclaimed a hit The cast included Jeanne Blanchard, LOUISE Teeter, Catherine Gundy, Carollne Peme, Betty McClung, Darlene Knauer, Joan Haylett Lyelle Wohlberg Mlrlam Hobbs Bill Aubel Don Paus ...gut not 'niche Z-jet. tian, Harris Ramsour, Keith Grandfield, Blaine Englund and Dick McIntyre. Manv of the juniors served on the Pigskin Prom Lommittees, helping to make lt a success ln the cheerleadlng depaltment the jun1ors scor ed again by haung two girl cheerleaders, Louise Teeter and Joan Haylett The Jumor class sponsored tl1e fust bold Dlg gers Dance M H S has ever had, and lt was a smashlng success The proceeds from the dance went mto the mak1ng of an excellent Jun1o1 Senlor In return fOl a spectacular Sen1orJun1or the Juniors outd1d themselves, and gave a Jun1or Sen lor that Wlll long be remembered by the SCHIOTS The chalrmen of the COmmlttCCS that made the Junior Senior possible were Nolvllle Glsh dance, Patty Fairman, banquet, Mary Anderson, decora tions, George Boone, seating, Catherine Gundy program, Shelton Marlow, decoration tdancel, Ray Swart, 1nterm1ss1on, Jule Thompson, ref1esh ment, Lou1se Darby, 1nv1tat1on Harold Oelschlaeg er, games The Jun1o1s had a change of sponsols during the year when Miss Leila Barber left to teach at Sa l1na Wesleyan Her place was filled by Miss Marlan Rude, who did an excellent Job Flrst Punml Caroline Peine Vice President John Bascom President Ruth Fenton Secretary Treasurer ew 1 Y :Ju J' sa !! 20 'sz-mind Pune! Third Pon 4arra I1ou1se sew-rs louise Tceter Nina Jean lleherer Helen Ot to Joxce Wohlberg Alfred fulllell Bobbs Spter 'lI1rth1 Mounts Hazel Westgate Second Row Bill Hofsess Johnnx Roberts Royce Penn M1111 rd we DHI1 Nlclnteer J1f-k llfmen stme Norman Johnson Bob Rattq Io Xelthotn Fnst Pun Nliss Bergtr Nlarx Anderson Loral Wilson I-'attx Falrman Fd Nloriartx D115 XVh1te Kuhleen Stuck PIIFICIW Oirick Tetnnt Wells Not in n1ct11re Frank Kramer Bob Lollex 4'hr1s Nl'lf'hlYl I'trrx Zarger Third Panel Th1rdI'oxs Louise 4 roesbeek lloroths Ingle Beth Let Shull Madieen Coonrod Joni truest lla Henrikson Helen Smith Btttx Nlcllung Katherine hundx Second lion 'Ur Fly Xlsrna Pmmons Flenda HITIIGI wlllll' Rice Prmklin ICTNHIKZ J1mn1s Crippen Daud Bock Harold Oelschlaeger Duane Morey B1llTrekell First Pow Hilda Palmer 'kI1rx Bud den fJlOlll Gixens Lou1se Darhx Fulalla Ra1lsl11cl1 Pattx Ann Coon Dan Johnson Don Paustlan Not 111 picture Harlan Baker Phxllis Islingei In11 lem Pefffrt lfourlh Pam! Third Ron-Him Lurrie 1 l ll Heidell thas NIcF1nty Buster Travls Pete Peter son Bern 1rd VVells Dwaln Batten Joe Wfodman Juk Plummer FIFSI Rove Mr Kugl-'il 4 alen Prestuood Hari 1s Rlmsour Jackie Jor1,enso1 Pobert Bult Bertie Barrle John Goheen XX as ne Roesner Hal Nioodx Keith Moon l-lhh Panel Thlrd Row Shlrley Bartlax Nlllllm Ilobbs Htltn Hoover X1rg1n1a BUSIGI Julia Munger Ruth Hodgson Jean H inna 4hr1st1ne Te 1garde ll Berxl VVe-,clit Ruth I-cnton Martha Jem Ilel 111 Setond I ow BI une Englund Tfd Prtntlct Cllfford Batten Bill 1 lannellx Louis Otto Ktith flnlllfltltl Pismond IIog.,g lllgillf I,1v11s P11 Dunne Paul Nesbitt F1rst Pow Edu 1rd Kramqr 4 ale Farrell Not in pictn Xormin Ilnxmxn Sixth Panel Thlrd Hou Clala J4t Ntlson In mn Blllllhlrll Jo Ann Harper lla1r1s Clark J1m Cresiston Jim Starkey X1rg,1n1a Abbott It vht rt I lit FII 1rd 4 rt 1, 1'llI4HlSlt P1tt ll Second Ion Nllss Rude Bob Qumlm lohn Iiistom Bill Kr1llm1n 4 lifford 7lfT'IIIl9Ffll 111 Xir glnli. 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I! -fm 13 liighlh Pznxwl- Ml: Z'1r . - LN LCSt gegilfllflilflli Q Happy gOlUZ.l'l2lI NE HUINDRED and ninety three freshmen 1 lvanced from the Junror Hrgh School to be classrfred as sophomores rn the Senror Hrgh Sehool Thrs number was frve less than last year s sophomore elass The students they elected to therr class offrces were Kenyon Whitney presrdent, Dona Jean Prescott yrce presrdent, and Jrm lfar rell secretary treasurer As therr contrrbutron to the student goxernrng body known as the Student Councrl, they elected Ruth Ann Wolf and Howard Elmer Thrs years Sophomore class was under the dr rectron of Wlrss Marley, ably assrsted by Mrss Craw ford Mrss Houghton, Mr Boles, and Mr Durham In the freld of dramatrcs, Bob Saylor was the only sophomore to get a part rn an rmportant play He played the part of Elmer rn the H1Y C, R Plav June Mad Nearly the entrre sophomore elass of boxs was athletlcally rnclrned They played an rmportant part rn wrnnrng' the CKL football trtle for MH S, and they have turned out some up and connng basketball players Whether rnsprred by the fact that the M H S had two new coaches, rt rs hard to tell but thrs years sophomore class wrll be well represented on the athletrc frelds next year lhe sophomores also drd therr part rn makrng' the rrgskrn Prom a success Fhey served on many or the commrttees whreh helped make rt a hrt When the nrght Bray 2 rolled around, the sopho mores were rndeed a happy class, for rt was therr annual Sophomore party 'lhey had a dance as well as many games, and they enjoyed delrerous re treshments prepared for them by the drtterent cornrnrttees The sophomores that served on the dance com rnrttees were as follows Bob Brewer, eharrman, the members were Merle Laey, Edwarela Hurlourt, Barbara Cordts Jean Swenson, lrva Smlth Helen Waugh, Jean Hanley, Max Look, Lrlenn Munger 'lhe refreshment commlttee consrsteel of Walter mage as charrman, and the other students workrng wrtn hrm were Forrrs l'rlck, ball Salrsbury Donna Roots, Dona Jean Prescott, and Beverly Hayes lhe Iaculty sponsors were 'vlrss Houghton and rV1lSS Whrtten Ruth Ann Wolf was rn charge ot the games and entertarnment commrttee and she was arded by Marle Trmma, Jean Walters, Laura Jean lvlartrn, Clara Rhoades, Eula lVlae Taylor, and Bob Stewart Mr Durham and Mrss Crawrord were the Iaculty sponsors of thrs commrttee First Panel Kenyon Whrtney Presrdent Dona Jean Prescott Secretary Treasurer Jrm Farrell Vrce l-'resrdent Seeonel Panel Thlrd Row Dwight Kortnrrn Paul Nieelure Dm llrnnl Arthur tloshorn Brll lsrumpton glenn Krng bwenaolyn hrcholas Lors brsner 1-'earl Nlondt Suond low Brlly Salero brrncrs Loxell Drck Marker Blll Spencer thrrles Mrller Jrm lles rlowrrel Llmer De rn Storey 1'rrsL Row Leonard Sehoonoxer Juanrta Sweeney l rtrrerr lieek Xlrry 'lertorel ur r Je rn n 1 s ,ere o es rt r J 1 s x lu s l loycl Xolder Third Panel lf ourth Row Leslie Reed J rnet N1 aunts I- rnte s Srrnon Je lnne l etrrelr Bol- l oss neutter J ll rn Sllx lesse Krm, lnek N10 nrt: 'lh ei l ew heorge Apple ol lilfllllll VN e Jster Ruth Ann VN oll L gene 11 lwley lor rn U lrlr un e l urs See ond I ow Nllss twtord Uern Xermerer Ldwarda llurlourt ltle eN Nlll ll ll. 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Lluk Bob Sulor l-lrst Row St rnlex 5 It r un 'N lssey Bob lolsrfa Bob Sr rek Jlm Llrrppy oulllr 'arnel ml ow oy Jurhtrm t,rrroll l oehl mr ynlh 1 lun rt lrunn Jr rn l reseott Pobert r W lgontr rlelen Waugh Second .lcow Junror U illtl lJleK l0Onl'lll1 o o t 1 nn 1 neu N re l-r w Don XX rlter l' nree li6IJSllllt lorald kent tl rn Hunger t olrrre le lx ns rn X rer rn L r nt aryl 4 e 1 nrnrrl Trornrs le NVrll rrd h Panel Thrrd Row B xerly H ues J ny P terson I te re e t lrrent lst ul mmele xl rs Eos s m 1 ln ssre e XX 1 bster tonrl 1 w VS rx e Rrehter lowell Peterson Robert Pune Leonard Persyn l lernor Nrrcon lere lr rrel llett Bettx Darley llleen llreen Ilorrs Holmes I-rrst Row NI ss 1 rrrett 1 all Srlrsbury 1 ue A gn XX rl ter Plumblre Dorothy Brotherson Wrllram Hruserman Helen llllng Luerlle Lee Not rn plc trn e St rnley Parsons Sxllr Panel Thlrd Pow Jm If rrrell Robert Lee I ly trberr lose 5 h l l llonn r Jem Templeton Birbrrr e ordts 'SI irle Trmma Letha tondrry Prehrrd B1 nder t rlyrn Srmon on Lee Thnrer Second Pow XX rlter f e thrrles lslrnger I rrl Slhllllihl' Brll Xletonn Hiroltl Larx Bob Stewart Ixnn Shrpton Nlrss Houghtfn I-rrst Row John Boles Jrm Drown B r Rorch Betty S xre llonnr Plots Ir e hllllx Haze ue Johnson Jer XX rlte rs o rn pretnre Rnhrrd f rer Xhllrrm Hrusermrn Alan Nflorrrs Seventh Panel Rrchard laoudx DlCk8y Crevrston Lhrrles Walker Irls Wieleoel llama Lrrr Erma Harlan Eula Mae Taylor Drxre Worrell Wanda Woodman llarleen Nlersner second Row Ru Ilrnna Max eook Kenyon Whrtney Franus Lee Kerth Inskeep Bob Brewer Jeanne lianly Helen tonstantos Clrrr Rhoades Frrst Pow Miss Marley Phrllrp De luy Hrrold lfreldrng Pobert Fsehenburg Marcus Lee Alrce Ann Charlson Irva. 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' . . - ' ' , l has. - SOPHOMORES - imri Ultlu- 1111 th + n- XVI vu umm Pmel u x mnrfx 'HM fm DIQ -FQIQEN5 CS-MUS C HE FINE arts-drama and music-give any high school curricula the finishing touch . smoothly run dramatrcs department rn charge of Mr Phrl Gould first semester, and Miss Ida Nlae Elder the second semester and a revised music department wrth Mr Elbert l'ly as drreetor presented a well balanced and yaluable program throughout the year 1941 42 The dramatrcs department presented the GR Hr H play the Junror Class play, and the Senior Class play besides sponsoring debate trips and dr rectrng several Junror Hrgh plays Included on the schedule of the music depart nrent were the Christmas musical exchange as sembly programs organization of selected boys and girls choruses furnishing musrc for seyerar ervrc clubs and the Spring Concert The orchestra and band under the drrectron of Mr R H Brown are valuable assets to the school programs, furnishing music for games plays as sembly and various other programs Without these 3CtlVltl6S rn the land of drama and music much color would be lost from the lives of 'VI H S students LIYIQ HE THEATER season of 1941 and 42 for Manhattan High opened October 2a with the GR H1Y production of June Mad under the direction of Mr Phrl Gould June Mad was enyoyed and appreciated by th large audience because of its appeal to the under standing of young and old alike The plot eentered around fifteen year old Penny Wood portrayed by Helen Hoover and her drffreulty rn finding' herself and what she wanted Without the sympathetic understanding of her mother played bv Barbara Rogers and the frnancral support of Chuck H rr rrs Harold Barham the boy next door Penny would never have survryed the weekend when her young Lncle Mervyn fShelton Marlow! brought errzed by Fleer McCluggage with whom Penny tell thrrllrngly rn love Roger passed on hrs lrne to lennv Julre Harris ffahuck s big srster played by Gloria Grvensb rnd finally to any one who would take his versron of I Dont Want To Set the World On Pure which by the way drove Dr Wood Brll Trekel from hr home In the meantime Nlervyn was having trouble yyrth Julie now that Roger was around To add to his nrrsery he was continually hounded by the H for Harmony June Nlrd e ist mlre of same nr ur and wife nrrl pee-ch mike-rs New Pure e qu r rs rrrp rn neee Sltres New I-ire rgrrn ble sy rnd hrs he-pcrts Xe Olde ehoold'1ys u re the -rrr -Xbe Uldhrnr senior dranrfr 1 14 rrrt or democracy twelve-year'-old neighborhood pest, Milly Lou en- acted by' Bettv Jeanne Zerby On the night of lleryyn s prrty Ienny was trying to be a Colle-fre ophrstrcate rn a red strapless formal and stoye blackrng eyes the experience ended rn brtter tears for Penny -Xt the srme trnre Chuek Harris had secretly hecau e of his father s iRoy Drownj opposition flown hrs horrre nrade glider out oyer the lake and eyeryone thought hrnr lost or drowned When Chuek finally turned up Penny suddenly realized that Roger Van Vleck didn t nrean a thing that rt w rs Chuck Harris all the trnre -Xddrng humor and color at effective intervals were Joan Xldous as Effie land her pettrcoatj the Wood s rnard of all work and her boy friend Elmer Tuttle played by Bob Saylor An attr retrye and harmonious combination flat and drape set was us d rn this production This type stage setting has never before been used rn Manhattan High Those assisting the director back stage were John Bascom Dorothy Krey and Pa tr rcra Barclay Lnder the experienced direction of Mr Gould the erst presented a finely enacted play which wrs rewarded by an rpprecratrve and responsive rudrence W IPQS RESENTING the eomedy New Fires the Jurrror Crass introduced a play of a type new to Marrhrttan Theatre goers lhe play starred Dick Mclnteer rn the role of Stephen Santry a wealthy busrnes man who had come into posses sion or a tum Holding the other star role was Caroline lerne Stephens wife Ann who did an excellent Job of guiding her husband rn hrs new home -Xeldrng the mueh enjoyed conredy to the play Knauer and Don Paustran Their humorous roles and eonsrstarrt sa sing kept the audience rolling rn the aisles Xddrng the touch of romance to the play were the newly weds Eve md Drck played by Lrtherrne Gundy rrrd Brll -Xubel Others rn the e r t were Sid Sperry Keith Grand field who trred to rule the farnr but was really run by the housekeeper Lucinda Andrews enacted by Jean Bl rnchard The part of Jerry Sperry a young frrm lad and rabbit shooter was diligently carried out by Harris Rarrrsour Olrye the daughter of Stephen Santry was characterized by Betty NIC Llung, She enaeted the part of a stuck up society woman and made one hate her for her stubbor ness, untrl she descended from her high place and fell rn love with the country doctor Blame Englund -Xnotlrer eh rracter worthy of our praise rs Suz anne Toler 1 prnster portrayed by Louise Teeter Mrs Nlarshall Joan Hay lett rs the mother of Nlary Nlarshall Lyll W ohlberg who comes down yvrth the mea les and has to live with the Santrvs -Xngre 25 , . 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' Sperry played by M1r1am Hobbs was one of the unfolgettable charactels 1n the play The entuc play takes pl ice ln the farm home The set was well prepa1ed and the east entered whole heartedly mto lt and n1ade New Fues one of the l'lltS of the season Th1s play w1ll be long 1en1embered by the stu dents of M H S It was the flrst play under the d11ect1on of Nllss Ida Mae Elder SKY IQQAD HE SENIOR Class of 1942 qulte cha1acter1st1c ally pr sented for the1r CIZSS play one that was very o11g1nal exc1t1ng and darmg and xnclud ed parts wh1ch were casual sophlstlcated dramau and determmed all n1ode1n and 1l1ustrat1ng the pe1sona11ty of the class as a whole surp11s111gl5 wel Sky Road dealt w1th the eallv palt of t1an eontmental passenger flymg when stewardesses were new and pllots were few Lucky larker tPa tr1c1a Barclay was a casual stewardess w1th a xery magnetle personallty X ho usuallv got what she wanted unt1l she encountered a Neblaskan cow hand pllot B111 Jones Clom Oldhamj who always got what he wanted There was peppy M1dge Saunders QDo1othy Lou WllSOI1l and Buddy Wal up everyone else s troubles but thelr own The dramatlc element was lntroduced bv the adrmrable portrayal of Ann Rogels fMarJo11e Cor rellb as the stewardess who trled to end lt all rather than peddle stocklngs 1n a department store when 1t was wlngs she wanted and Andy Saunders tKen Stewarty who was washed up becau e of one mlstake Carrle Evens QNancy Hewugj the sophlstlcated and f1rm chlef stewardess and Steve Hamland QB1ll Stewart the stubborn head of the a1r termlnal kept the a11port 1unn1ng smoothly through the as slstance of Mabel fMarJor1e Setterl the telephone operato1 the other stewardesses Conn1e Blckell flietty Jean Yapp and Sue Lan1b fJean Selbyj the Nulse MISS F1eld1ng fDorothy Barryj and the 13dlO operator and ground man MacFarland fPau' Owensbyj and Thompson 1B1ll Gloverl A typlcal news reporter was Sally Barton fL1bby Raymond? who twlsted the facts to sult her own percullar fem1n1ne 1deas The stra1ght flats stage set lncluded an up to date comfortable lobby for any alrport An excel lent p1cture vsas taken of the set and may be used IU the next prmtlng of the play The nlay clearly 1llust1ated the poss1b1l1t1es the future holds f01 the ones that have the sp1r1t of darmg and conquermg Sky Road was lndeed f1tt1ng dlamatlc cl1max to the hlstory of thls class of 42 JUNIQIQ S MUSTACHE HE FIRST student duected play presented 1n a pas assembly 1n M H S was Junlors Mus tache glven Aprll 24 Members of the cast lncluded Ray Hanna Junlor Dean Bettv Jean iapp M1 Dean Bettle Srack Ann Dean Roland 26 Downmg Nlr Dean Nlna Jean Heberer Tookle Trux Dorothy lun Emma Farley and Freer 'VIcCluggage Mr Trux Student d1rectors were Rox Drovxr and Pat11e1a Balclay Proceeds went to the fund for purchaslng a l'dlll0 for the school bu 7a efzs 0 .2 ANT I lrsons QU ll' 41 hllltlll kru Barclay EBATE and forenslc work IS becommg steadlly more popular 1n Manhattan H1gh The debate class of 41 and 42 coached by M Phll Gould was comprlsed of twelve n1embe1s Joan Aldous Dorothy Krey John Parsons, and Roy Drown fformer students of debatej B111 Stewart Patrlcla Barclay, John Bascom, Don1s Hutchmson, Dorraxne Dorf Bob Rogers, Bob Eschenburg and Dan Johnson fall flrst year studentsj Before launchlng mto tl1e natlonal hlgh school debate quest1on wh1ch th1s year orlglnallv read Resolved that every able bOdled male c1t1zen of the Unlted States should be xequlred to have one year of full t1me m1l1tary tramlng before attaln lng the present draft age, the debaters studled de batlng fundamentals and how to combat debat1ng strategems They also held several pract1ce d bates on polgnant and tlmely local quest1ons As an mtroductlon to the 1nterscholast1c d batlng season Junctlon Clty debaters were the guests of the M H S debaters eanly 1n October for two rounds of debate F1rst on schedule fox formal debatlng' was the annual Topeka tournan1ent The Indlan debatels then attended the Clay Center 1nv1t1at1onal and also partlclpated 1n the reglonal and dlstrlct tourn ements held at Clay Center and Sal1na respectlvely Lnusual d1ff1cult1es confronted the debaters wlth the quest1on bemg altered after December 7 by addlng the phlase as a permanent pollcy ' addltlon the varslty squad was left wlthout coach when Mr Gould Jo1ned the a1r corps at the close of the flrst semester In sp1te of these obstacles mterest 1n debate re mamed hlgh and mth only four debaters graduat 1ng there are good debatlng prospects for the futu1e N 9 ' V 7 ' I 1 ' 9 A ' l ' l v 'I . , . , f ' y . . 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LALLAD FCIQ DENICCIDACY HI- B-XI L-XD for D mocracy was agam present eel by the soeral serence department wrth the eooperrtron of the Englrsh and IIILISIC depart nent rn the hr h sehool aud1to11um February Z5 The pageant eonsrsted of srrc excellently Dortrayeel eprsode 1n the use of our -kmerrean democraey Openrng numbers on tl1e pro fl 1m were p1tr1ot1e nedlexs plxxed by the h1g.,h school orchestr 1 under e tu ot N11 lrown 1nd seleetrons sung 1 e 11 ls te e1ree 0 B01 ers 1 1111 for the ever1 The rntroduetrorr to the eplsodes as the eourl of den1oer1e 111 whreh leenneth Stewart acted as Judge md P1111 Owensby 1111 aubron John lar sons Lrne Horton 1nd 'ob Swan serxeel 1 p 1s eeutors w1th B111 C lo er as the clerk In the fnst eprsode The Llberty Bell the bell man was played by B111 Hofsess Assrstrng w 1th thls seene was the choral readrng group whrch also helped throughout the program 'lhe second eprsode was entrtl d Wa hrngton at Valley lforge whrch Eugene Lewrs played the part of V1 ashmg ton ln the thrrd eprsode The 3t1r Spangled Ban ner, Shelton Nlarlow plxyed kranees beott hey rl'l1S was followed by a song trom a colored chon In eprsode four The Perfect Trrbute 'lorn Oldham portrayed Abraham Lrneoln wnrle the chorus Tentmg Tonrght In the fltth epr sode The Westward Vlovement Harold Cary as Danrel Boone and Jrmmy Peterson as the harmon lea player portrayed the seene well lDLlIl1, asslsted by a group of upportlng xctors In the srxth d111s1on 1opul11 Ldueatron Bob btewart played the part ot Hor 1ee llann and Ruth Ann Wolt Lne sehool teacher fhrs eprsode was tol lowed by an eprlogue rn whreh Nlarjorre Lorrell '1bby ltaynrond Mrldred Beyer XllCL bheeld Nlarv Belle Ratlrff Dorothy Barry and Phylhs Palmer ll str 1ted the spurt of demoer1cy QPQ S U IC exents N11 Brown and N11 Ply combrned the orchestra and chorus to present the outstand mg rnusrcal event of the year On May frrst the two org.,an1L1t1ons appeared together to present a progranr that w ls a pleasure to all Durmh the ye ll the orchestra under tl1e eapable drreetron of Mr Brown had performed at many selrool rtturs these were the Semor hlgh Pa trrotre P1g,e 1nt the H11 and G R play Junror pl1y 1nd benror play They also played tor a meetmg of p1rents and teachers an assembly program was also grven by the orel1estr1 Two outstandrng numbers were played The tnst was Park -Xvenue Fantasy by Malneek Srgnorellr fe 1tur1ng, Dorothy Blau at the prano anel Don lle enhermer on the eornet Thrs seleet tron w IS eomposed of songs from rnusrcal shows The otl1er seleetron was Vrenna Woods by Jolrrnn btr IU s fe lturrne, V1rg1n1'1 Lrnn l1arba11 Lordts 1nd Jo -Xnn Scheu on xylophones Thrs rs one of Joh inn Strauss most lrltrng waltzes and was well reeerxed by the 1ud1ence -Ks 1n tne pr t the orchestra h 1d planned to ex ch1n e concerts wrth -Xtch1son anel Clay Center B11t lllllllxt the past these exchange concerts d1d not nr 1te111l11e becruse of trre shortages 1nd other 1 re1s1 These concerts were formerly hrgh polnts rn the year for orchestra members for throu h these concerts they came rn Contact wrth drfferent p ople and maele many fr1ends The lean a Clty Phrlharmonrc concert gnen at the college w as an event that many orchestra mem bers enyoxed Several of them together wrth Mr Brox n helped to sell t1cl1ets to the concert Beethoxens Frfth Symphony was a number taken by N11 Brown as a structural selectron to the Vretory bymphony It was an aptlv seleeted number Iieeorels of thrs symphony played by the Berlrn Symphony orchestra were he 1rd by the students Prano Dorothy Blalr Harp Dorothy Krey Aceordron hsther Hall Cellos Jrm 1 111ell Nancy Bra111well Phvllrs Es lmger Vrolms Betty MeClung V11g1n1a Bramwell Edna 'Vlae Va1l Barb1ra Srmonton Shrrlev Barelay Eulalra Rarlsback Donna Dav1s Ila Henrrkson M11y L11 1pm'1n Dorothy C1rlson 1xe1th Inskeep 1-ranklln Krrenrtz John lxrrenrtz Strrng lhsses Patty Clb0lS1xl Shnley NI1lle1 N1 ny Tcaforel VIIZIHII Buster lx-rtherrne Gundy Sousaphone John Bascom TI0I11bOIlLQ1J1Yll Starkey Calxrn Srmonton French Horn Fle 1nor Whrpple J1m Crrppen Boh Esehenberg Clarrnets Iuclle Nlote -Xnne D'1rbv Brlly Srlero Hazel Lue Johnson Frances Wrllrs Cornets Don Nlessenhermer Carl Welch Harrrs Ramsour Harold Oelschlager Sarcophones HBTTIS Clark Meryl Lacy Barrtone Bob Bensrng Drums B111 Katz Xylophones X rrgrnra Lrnn Barbara Cordts 27 Q Cl N 1 1 ' 1, H ' 'rf 1 1 - 1 vi e Y 1 1 I ' v' .1 1. , .1 , . 1 ' 1 ' 1 'K , . - ' , 1. 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OM1 LETING a suceessful year of musrcal work on durmg the year. Srnce rt IS referreel to as X., . A . . 1 A . 1 ' , , l 11 ', . 1 H ' , 5 i I, A . ,. .1 1 . 1 - , .I ,1 1 A. ' . 1 ' 1 ' I 1 1 1 '11 1 . ' 1 A 1 rx xi X - . 1 1,11 '12 ' 1 , 5 , D . ,..K . ,Es . . g -' 11- 1 '12 1 1 - 1 -1 - 1 11 1 1 S1 1 "z' -L-: 1:1 1 1 1 1 ' ' - . . . , I ' - 1 1'-1 , 1 - . . , 2 ,I z - ' ' . - - 1 - ' - .2 i 1 , D L- - . .., 1 1 ' , - - X V I 1 - I - - 1 .. . L V , I j U1 ,, 11 , , A A N, , ry , , .I '. I ' '1 ' . 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 ' W ' C ' . c c c 1 c , ' 1 " 1 - A .Sp 1 1. .-., 1 . 1. - . . . . - . . . ' , r ' , , ' - 9 1' . . 1 ' 1-' ' '. 1 ' 1 . 1 1 l 1 1 1 U ' 1.1. '.- 1 N 1 , 1 'l 1 ' , 1 e . , I. . v, . , , , , .'.1 I .D . .I n . . z 1 s., 11 1 . , ' . 1 , A 1 , 1 - '. 1 . 1 .. 1 . ' ' 1' '- . 11: 1,-.,.,'., t1 Z ', . Q I , x l v, , . , . Ag 1 25, .1 .U Z . 1 13- X 'S liz . 1' . '. xv 2 g, . . K, , A .. M - . 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CI oxull PQUINOII Io e1t Tlawel H1111 H1111 our Bob Stev1a1t Tommx xIdIt1Y1 No1v11le C11 111o1e HOIDN Kobelt Eschenburg I'lCd1101 Wl11ppl1 I'11nk Bostvnck J1n1 C11ppen Tlombones Don Lacx Lllffold Petelka J1111 Jo15.,enso11 J1111 Starkey B111t1n1 D011 Bostxuck Kenneth bellus Tuba John Bascom Wayne Lhapln Lxmbols Shlrley H111 r Patrlcxa Clbol 111 lllllli Dale Mlller Art Bexrcllex B lx 1 Dxught Fmuf Gale Ix1eoffle1 Vnnelle Jones Rxy Thompson Don Buste1 RlCl'l31Cl loudx 11 1 Ross 'VI1ller T11111e1s-Joan Xapp Joyce Crlppen Ahem Chnl son 11111111 MaJor Bob Brewer Ihreetor Mr R H Brown The Pep Band was pepplel and lalgex than usu 11 thls year They played for all of the bas 1tb111 games and enl1vened other dCt1Vltl6S w1th the1 band IHUSIC Those 1n the Pep Band wele as fol 1ows Don Messenhelmer fd1recto1J Bob Bensmg Pax Hmna Jlm Starkey Don Lacy Wayne Lhapln John Bascom Harrls Clark Dwlght F1nuf B111 Ixatz and Betty 'NIcClung T111 P1111111 111111. 111 15111111111 Plmnr. Bum 28 UI' Q ' 1 ., 1 J-1: 1. .'1 .' --. ' - j, 'j ' - - ', " . '11- thm- b11n1l11111l11 v1-ry :111-1-1-sff11l yL'21l'. Good f 1111- . 1 5' . 1 'f ' . ball V1-31the-1' 1111: .1 11111111 to 1111- 11111111 ulfo, - lv - ., " 'f ' Y I' A - ' f. Th 1 ' ' ' 1 - ' '1- 11111 11 KI11Yilh SL1111- fol- .'-'l -- ' " 1 .. ' Q- - , -tl' le-ge 111111 Day 1'111'a 1- " . 1 ' 1 . - ' 1 . ' 111 '. -' ', ' ' fx -.ra-. 1-- 5 T11- 1 -" " I o,'1 1 K- sa: lfitgg 1511" 1 f11i11 94 ' 4' SfB0b U9 5 gv C' 'l W -11 - Dil -If'-'F' ' bx -"' Ill :1 s Day 1111 1 tl - M1 1.1 ' 'i,,,l ' "1 ' .' ' 1 55- '2 2 ' Sci ' 1 - - . 11' Q 'ill' no c1111-st was 'x i ' - Q 'v ' - 2 ' "- he-11 ' 5 in p1'1viou.: yn-urs. The 1111111 also Illilytll 1 'V ' - ' -- ' A 1 ' ' A - 2 2 'if ' '- 1111 t - stag- o 111- X 111' -11' '111 -11t1'- f 1' 1 - xl ow L " ' -' - Q b ' ' 1' I 'Q 3 " iv ' NAI., ' , " A 12 ' 211 C .. 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Qt Lont e11t1t111l Ilusu Q.11ut1 11.1Q1n th111 1l11151onQ 1111 Nt Ill 1 N11111 , p11Q1nt11 1 1 1 s N 1 1111 11111.11 nu111111 1 r 1 l 1 Nl 1 1 fl 1 111 f 1 11011 ot 1Ll1,'101.1Q ll s 1111 1111 1 11111 '11 -1 f ' 101.11 t1 1 11111 1 1111 1 11111 111111 1 A 111111111 ll 11111111 1 111 11 11111 11111 u111l11 tht Cl1ILCtl0Il of 1111 1 111 5111111 111 tl11 1111111 whool 1 1111111111 1 LIU c 1 11.111 bi lL t Ill III t111 111111ous 11.115 Tht prog1a111 tll 1 1 1111111.11 11'11 1.1111 . 1 111 1 , 11 1 1 1 .ww . 1111111 11 N 1 lllt th 1 p11t 1 1112 ,111-n 111 t11 wcond 11ou1 mo Q It 11 1 711 111 1-1 I1 1 the Qllle Qe1tette anc HL 1111111 PIII 1 .N g111n DX both the pu 11C N11-1 ll 111 .1111 IIC CIOIUN .11 I 11211 of a 1111 ce lcUIE0UQ 111111: IIIONL of xt bemg Nung .1 cappella The gul 1xt1tt1 111111e up of Challene E111111onQ Rut11 R11 1111 T1111111z1 D1h1 Be-tt1 NIcC1un2 Elean 111 11111111111 11111 NI1l1l1111 q0COl0fNl'xX bang Palt II 7.4 11111011 11.1s mostly the sp11'1tu.11 Chrlstmas nun1be1s The t111111 p.11t was .1 CfIllStll1d,s stoly n.1r1at1d 111 th1 Qpcech c1.1sQ, 1v1th the Ch0lUS slngmg Ch11st111.1N songe .N lntclludu HIS 1 1' Ali flVL NI.1nhatt.1n hlgh school studentx .1tt1111l11l th1 1l1'st11ct muslc festlval whxth w.1Q lltltl .113 C1111co1111.1, Ap111 24 and 21 T111 tv111 vo1.1l sohsts Ruth RLISDLI .ind B111 Pdtttfwllll both r1ce11111 h1-1111 SUPLTIOI' .1n11 r1comm1n1l.1t1on1 f0l thv. n1t1on.11 contwt whlch 11.11 h111l .1t On1.1h1 'N1b1a's11a Th1 t11o 1nt111Q on plano th1s ye.1r Doroth1 B1ot11e1Qon .md Maxme Elhng both 1ece11ed a su p6I'lO1 ldtlllg' .md the only entry from 1r1st1'un1ental 1lepa1t1111nt, Don Nleswenhelmer recelved an EX 1ellent 1.1t1ng on 1119 cornet solo n..Ia Lag!- 111 1+ 1 1 1 1 N111 lx-I' 1111 N 1 1 X 111 1 NIH 99 N 1 K 1, , Q , 4, s L f 1 f: " ,V I Q, 1 ' 1 1 -'A - f - 1 Aft- 1l- 7 L 1 ' 1 1 1 ' - . 1 1 1 ' .' . . . . . , 1 D, 5. . . ,S ' 3 .. 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Lf 't 1 11's "11-1g- 11 .-.11-, ' ICL' 1 the l"1z11.,"' 1-1'111'l ' 11 tI11- 11 t " ti - 1111 ff 1111- 1z1"-- j.l'1lll1 t11 El sti1'1'111g' " z1x. N 'I'11"1'.'1JAY. lJ--- 1-- 18. tl - 1 il L'11'is1 1 Q ' 1 -1 -' - '- Mr. 11111 -' 1-fy. '1 s '- ' - ' 21.1111- " 1111111-1' 1111111 111 21 loczl -1 1' 11 as ' -1-An 11 -cus 11 ' - '- " 1'-' - ' l s f.'l'21l' '1','2lS 1111: 1-1 1111-11' 1 C1 "xt 1 1-1 ' . '111 lA h 1111- 111111 1111- 11111 lf- SI1"2llllIg' cl-1:3 -1lso 11111111 1- 1 - . - K v S, Tl Zt1'11g'1'11111 1v.1: 1li'.'i111-l ' 11 1"1- z ' s. the ' -7 ' 1 , 111-at Pill' ll?I ' 0"' D' 1- ' - l'U-.- I - 11 I I t1.- S1-c 211 12 '1 'z s ,"','e lyb' ' 3 - ,Z . ' 1 ' ' - t' - 4' 1' ' ' - b" :1'1E-:- Y" , I' ' - .1g"'4SS' 1 1- 1 ':. P' 't ': 's 1- . , . 1 5 ' ,' 3 . . l 1:111's' Ql'.Xl:'lll':'llf-Xt' '-11. M SS .111.-1111--, 1-I.-1' 3.-r. V111- -'Q . 1 '. - z . ,' . . - 1:11:15 111111:'1'1-I'1"1'1-3-111-1111 -r, 1111111 11 -1'l1111g. Y1'1111-, ' -. 1 . '- . ' ' .' -1.1111'S111-, N X IH 1 511 IRL RESERWPS ls 111 o1g1n11at1on fo1 cllllb t1a11 guls Thc club bIlOllSOlL4.l by 'NI1 s Bc1gc1 l1eld 1 cogmtlon SLIVICGS f01 OVL1 700 Llll October 1 NICIHDLIS of last xc 11 s club chosc thcsc quls as Illill leacle1s f01 thc co1111n01 ycar Bcttlc buck p1cs1clcnt Pattx I 111111an x1cc p1cs1dent Betty ia1l Pdlkcl IJl0f,,1'1lH cl1a1r111a11 Vlxxmc Elhng, sec1ctary, VIIQIHIA L111n t1easu1cr Jcan bclby soe1al Cl13.lI'lTldY'l Dolothx lxrex SQTVICQ cl1a1rman Joan Harp 1 publ1c1tx cha1rm'm and lettv Mc Clung IHUSIC Cllalrlllall A voman p1Ol1llI16Y1t IH the communlty was chos en bx each C'1D1HLt 1ne111bc1 to 1ct as the CltX spon sors of the gnls Thls X631 the women chosen wele A11 VS E SllLffC1 Airs H H Blshop 'Nlrs H L Kugflcn 'Nlrs E G Dalby Mrs Roy Durham Hrs R B Cour er M1s F V BG1,?,'1l13H Mls L1en ha1dt and hlrs R R Je sen A tca f01 these CltY SPOUKOIS XX as held thc fust weck IH Octobcr The G R s Jomed xx 1th the H1 X agam th1s Rear and presentcd onc of the hmhhghts of the year as far a plavs go The plax chosen was Junc 'Nlacl lltplllllg., md clcl1yc1111f,, Think lVll1g' haskct t nccclx 1lllllllLS V215 sponsorccl by thc ful c NCIVLS H1 '1 and btucl nt COUl1Cll Dcccmbcr 11 was tl1c clatc choscn for thc H1 A G R C 1111111111 ldltX RLf1Llll1lLlltS of hot clog mcl coco1 uclc scnccl to thc L2110LI'S A sc11cs of confcxcnccs for all lllgll school stu clcnts xx 1s lcd bx Rcx Joc Rllcx lulns Rcv Bum pokc bcfo1c thc combmecl EIOUIJS G R md H1 A 1n xsscmblx and 1lso hclcl pcl on1l f.0Ilfl1CY'lCLS NILINDLIS of thc scr11cc com1111ttcc had as tllill pcclal job thc llLC0ldtll1f., of thc lubc QllllQtlTl' Trcc XKll1Cll was mstalled 1n thc 11111111 h ill Hca1t S1stcr Wcek was hclcl Fcbruau 1 13 T11c tca 011 F11clax concluclccl ths 111nu 11 1ff11r Thc l' 1 tcl asscmblx Wdg 111 chalgc of thc club Wm shlp LIXICLS wcrc hcld cach mornmc of Holy VN cck As a SGYVICL to tl1c commumtx thc club cont11 butcd S10 to the Rcd Cross War Fund Thcx xlso Jomccl Yvltll thc H1 Y and Student Counc1l 1n bux mg a defense bond Each C0lHlNlttLL hclcl scxcl xl pot lucks or Ofllkl soc1al actlutles durmg' the year All mcmbers ot thc club arc mcmbcrs of -1 commlttec Tl1c t1c'1s u1cr commlttcc sponsorccl candy sxlcs at lll hon c baskctball amcs The G11l RLQQIVLS non thc l31t tle of the Sexes mcet at thc H1Y GR JOITT, meetmg Each xear the cab1net members show tl'lQll ap p1ec'1at1on to thc11' sub chalrman bv takmg them to a movle Al 0 the old Cablnet cntcrtuns thc new Cab1net at a p1cn1c the last xxeek of school Hostesses of the C R Room f0l flfgt scmeste1 were L1la Garrels Mavle Saxagc Hope Leland Gwen Nlcolas and Nancx Kllham Second QLYl'lQQfLl hostesscs V616 Betty Lou Henselx 'Nlallc Saxabc Hope Lcland Dorothy Krew and Edna Jones Chmax of the G R season IS the annual Mothe1 Daughter Banquet on Mag fi 30 1.125 ,Z 1',,.' 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The fifty-seven elected Marjorie Setter, presi- dent, Lila Garrels, vice president, Marjorie Flem- ing, secretary, Sylvia Poland, treasurerg Beverly Hayes, program chairman, Louise Teeter, social chairmang Dorothy Brotherson, pianist, and Wanda Jo Kreiser, song leader. In addition to intramural sports, many girls gained points towa1'd their awards by outside ac- tivities such as hiking, bicycling, bowling, and health reports. Those receiving the first award of a blue "M" were Beverly Hayes, Phyllis Hugos, I. D. McLeod, Phronsie Patten, Lila Garrels, Ada Lou Scott, Beryl Wesche, and Emma Kirk. Each one of these girls had to compile 600 points in order to receive this award. Marjorie Fleming, Louise Tee- ter, Helen Smith, and Ruth Hodgson acquired tl1e necessary 400 additional points to be ellgible to re cene a gold felt K Only three came through with a 1400 point total to recelve a small gold K pm These were Marjorle Setter June Gilm n and Sylvia Poland The organization held a get acquainted ' party at the first of the year with the annual initiation party following The theme of the latter was Hal lowe en and it was termed one of the most success ful social events of the G A A Highlights of the years calendar vtas the novel Powder Puff Prom a dance for which some of the girls dressed as boys and took their dates -CLUB is the active boys' athletic organiza- tion of our 1-:chool wl1ose members have let- tered in one or more major sports. The activ- ities of this organization were enjoyed by the en- tire school. The big project of the year consisted of raising money to buy a radio for the school bus. Toward the end of the year a committee was formed to draw up a constitution for the club. Frank Woolf, basketball coach and Charles Soc- olofsky, football coach of the boys' physical train- ing department spons-ored the club. The officers for first semester were as follows: president, Guy Browng vice president, Bob Wal- tersg secretary-treasurer, Louis Otto, program chairman, Pat Dunne, Sgt. of arms, Vaugn Lund- berg. The officers for second semester were: presi- dent, Maynard Coeg vice president, Bill Aubelg sec- retary treasurer, Dean Storey, program chairman. Earl Millerg Sgt. of arms, Johnny Inn1an. During the course of the year manv interesting, sptakers spoke before the group Red Llder coach at Colorado State, Bernie Weiner coach of tl1c freshmen at Kansas State and Jim Johns and Fd Darden graduates of Manhattan High School VSQIL among the principal speakers The M club this year, as has been the custom of the club in past years voted on the nominees for Pigskin Prom Queen The nominees that were chosen were voted on by the entire school and the winner became queen of the prom This yeal Thel ma Dahl was crowned queen and Earl Miller a membel of the M club was crowned king A A 1 1 nes 1 111' 1 ll cr L s 1 1111-11 r S 111 l lr 1r1l I1 1 1r1 1 ins 1111111 111let n 111.11 I1 mod 1 ll s 1 1 me 1-11 111 1 ther 1 1 1611 S111 ll 1111 XX 11111 ll fll e -11 1 1 11-4111111 ttlt ptgstl 114 1 ner lllllllt 'N 11' Illlll Ill Xe-111 11'l1 11 111 1 1 1 1 1111-1' 1' 11 rt F1 1n tt II' 1- 11 I 1 XII 11 ren lir111111 111111111 1 Ill r VS 1 1r K . . . . . - . Y , l . I . , ' 1 U 77 - 1 1 1 1' 1 - . . 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O tsunami Xl H SP1 ol11l T 1 11 1F1'e-111 h I 1 ll ll W l11L11 1h Deloung ISrf111n 15111111 l1b Hwbbs Hel11r1r 11 ells Ilofsess H 1nle1 Kmght Otto H 1l1 SP1 ond R1111 11 1'en1 hy I I111 Husur Sell11 ll1's 1Fre n1h and Sll2lIllSl'lJ r11ll P 1rl sr Hrs Koon IS mn I l11111ell1 11l1ll1 1n1 I Nl 1 Q 1 Peme A 1011 H111111-r TA KI TTI 1 I I I 1r1 1 t-IlI'l s111 HINIIGI' LC I ll 1r 1r 'll S Bari 11 ylett I 1 1 r111 11111e1 y ec 1111 I 011 N lk 1 S11011lofsk1 D1 rf Holland W11h1 rs B11 1111 I I 1r I ll tu I1'111111ell If lrst R1 11 Iles 'VIlllPl I uhr K11 111er Ta1l1 r Selbv llmg I1l111d Not lll lllftllll l'4ro1111 farlson Illfllb Hse1 0X11l S1111 We s an uage annefzs methods HE FRENCH Club thls year has had one of the most actlve years 1n lts hlstory and It IS one of the oldest mterest clubs 1n school Members were the twelwe students of second year Flench who were sponsored by Mme Koon The meetmgs whlch were held every two weeks some ln class and some outslde were 1n charge of the offlcers Mme Vlfglnla Buster presldent Mme Nlary Iles VICS presldent Mme Coral lwllSOIl sec' retary and Mme Dorothy Blalr song leader and soclal chauman Some of the 1ear s 3CtlNltl8S wele a potluck sup per a Chrlstmas Palty a celebratxon of New Years ln French fashlon celebrat1on of the Mard1 Gras complete 1111th costumes the makmg of Crepes Suzettes a French dlnner of SIX courses composed of typlcally French dlshes and the last meetlng of the year was the annual Plqumque Bltakfast In -Xpul the club sponsored lts sccond FlQ.I'lCl1 movle Heart of Pans starlmg M1cl11lle Molgan L CLUB ESP-XNOL IS the old but new Spanlsh club 11h1ch was I'60lgal'llZ9d thls VL31 b1 th1 members of the second and thlrd houl Spfmlsh classes Thls belng the fnst year Spamsh has been taught at Manhattan for some 1ears the club had been d1sbanded Betty Gal Parker headed the club as pl8S1Cl8Pl Joan Aldous 11as VICE presldent and plogram chalr man and the secretary treasurer 11as Jeanne Wells Patty Falrman was the l'lll.lblC dlrector Hrs Koon acted as sponsor The club sponsored a Spamsh banquet YVltll all Spanlsh food as arroz espanol con bol-'as de carne whlch IS Spamsh rlce and meat balls HF THIRTY FOLR members of the Etta Kette Club whlch IS an mterest club composed of Jun1o1 and scnlor glrls concerned themselvf. cl11ef1y 1n thelr meetmgs thls yea1 1n learnmg about the ploper etlquette to use m V3110US places and on varlous occaslons They also took up ploblems concernmg personal appearance of the 1nd111dual halr styles make up colors and clothes The flrst few programs of the year were ln the f0lm of dlscusslons lead by varlous members and QUIZ programs about etlquette ln wh1ch everyone took part January 8 Mrs W1dr1gofLuc1le s Studlo of Beauty gave a demonstratlon for the club about halr usmg Loxs BIQISHQI' Jean Selby Ila Henrlck son and Hope Leland 1n her demonstratxon A Jomt meetmg was held wlth the Home Ee Club March 17 featurmg a style show IH whlch about 12 glrls mcludmg members of both club took paxt Th1 Etta Kettes 11e1e also 1nv1ted to 1 potluck plLhlC supper 111th tl1e Hon1e Ec Club whlch was held at the home of W1ln1a Ward -Xprll 16 Offlcers 11h1ch were elected at the flrst meetmg ln the fall were as follows presldent Norma H1s NICE presldent Elalne Wlchers secretary treasuxer Lols Nlelsner soclal chauman Evel1n Ruhr and program chalrman Nancv Bramwell The club opened 1ts slxth year wlth Mlss Lel1a Barber actlng agam as the sponsor -Xt the end of the flrst S6lTl6St9l howe1er the club lost th1s spon 01 when Nllss Barber accepted a posltlon ln Salma Befole her departure the members honored her wlth a potluck supper at the home of Lo1s Melsner and presented her a small gxft as a token of appreclatlon Mlss 'NIa11an Rude became the ne11 spon or 1n her place 3.1 , .. 1. 1 f " , 'Z l7'l1l'l.' 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Y the-1 ll at 1111 1 Urlml li enetatofzs te ogfza lac awuxf EP CLUB th1s year was headed by Barbara Rogers as presldent Doms Hutchlnson vlce presldent Phyllls Hugos soclal chalrman Wanda Jo Kre1ser stunt chaxrman and MISS Mlldred Garrett as spon sor Carol Ann Socolofsky young daughter of the coach was the club mascot Jean Selby secretary treasurer The club pompoms attended all the out of town football games except one One stunt pxesented by the club between halves of a game was formlng a V for the V Another clevel stunt put on ln assembly was the funeral servlces of Junctlon Clty whlch was cl1 maxed by throwlng the coffln out the vwmdow Other stunts were presented at the basketball games unlform and wavlng the1r colorful Vlctory usmg the pom poms to make The club enteltalned wlth many soclal aCtlVltl6S durmg the year whlch were cllmaxed wlth the outstandlng basketball banquet and dance present ed fo1 the squad A party was also glV6n for the track boys At the close of the basketball season and 1n1med1atelV p11or to hls leavmg the club pre sented Coach Woolf vslth an 1dent1f1cat1on brace e The cheerleaders Joan Haylett and Loulse Teet er wore umforms whlch wele qulte colorful The school colors blue and whlte were used Thelr blouses were whlte wlth a blue M on the front and a blue Ind1an head on the back Thelr royal blue sklrts wele full wlth a Whlte frmge around the bottom and a led, whlte, and blue sllk bralded belt Don Tolkelson and Rlchard Lund wore blue gray Igriousers vslth whlte sweaters 1esembl1ng the g1rls' ouses 34 OMMERCIAL Club under the capable sponsor shlp of Mxss Bessle Snyder completed an other successful year wlth a membe1sh1p of seventeen Offlcers elected by the club were Mar garet Bayer, presldent Jo Velthoen v1ce plesldent Martha Mounts secretaly treasurer Betty Stroh meyer, program chaxrman, Esther Hall, soclal chalr man, and Robert Eschenburg, publlcltv chalrman Th1s club IS made up of persons who are lnterested 1n the flelds of typmg shorthand or bookkeepmg The Commerclal Club ls d1v1ded lnto three con1 l1llttC9S Betty Bu1ton IS cha1r1nan of the Com nuttee of Job Poss1b1l1t1es, Capltola Woodman of EXCUTSIOHS for lnformatlon on Offlce Routme and Wlaltha Nlounts fo1 lntervlews wlth Former Grad uites A 11s1t to the AAA offlce was the mam feature of the club tll1S year The members of the club 11 ere allow ed to v atch the professional stenograph ers at work The mee IHQS of thls 5 ar were held ln connectwn wxth txpmg shorthand and book keemne' due to the lute ests of the members 1 these flelds Man, mtelestlng programs were glven undcr the leadelshlp of Betty Strohme3er pro gram cha11n1an Qulz programs and d1scus 1ons w re held dealmg wlth problems that a secretaly must oxercom Betty Tceter a folmer graduate spoke to the club about how her commercxal work at Manhat tan Hlgh School has helped he! I'l e COllllllL.I'Cl l club had a xery DlOf1lL3l.l6 and happy xcar under the able leadershlp of tl1e1r Offl C613 and sponsor The club IS noplng that manv students xull 5o1n next year and enJoy the manv oppoltunltles tl1at they have enjoyed dullng the past year F I 1 5 W, 1, ,: . .. 'A , 3 , ' l'l'1l' l'l,l'l5. 'l'lll'll I:11w- H V . if 311.111-14, '1' 1 34111, 11-h- vl 1 lj Q11 ins 11. St'1'41Illl Il nw -Pal- l l V ' - -, 11111'f. Pe 'ki11:4, A. ' , , . 1 K ' M I .W ,v 1,1 xXYllS41ll, S1-llmy, Bl. X 'ilS1111. W V ' ' x ' lil: 'l 1 rd. 1:1131-rs, . 1 - 7 1 1' , I-'irst How - 1111 ls, I M 1 I1 1, Al1l1'11. l'11'111', aj- W ' 1 1 . lil, T' H lil , ll - ' ' 3 ' g'i1.', S' I 1 , Nut ill 1 l '- I V01 . 'LLVIAI1 1'l1l'Ii. U S1- ' lluw Z." , ' M 11 ll ll 1 S, W -1-1. W. , . VV1111 1111, S11z1i1', ' . F .1 1'l1'11 J. 1 U. ,Q 1, 1i1'11esl1111k. First liuw " " asf lm W -' Q 11 V 1 1 1 ', 5 Kftff 5 M M1-l 5 , ', l':1l1111-1', lis- , , ' .' 1 x ' - - In Mel 'ILE llilll- - ' 1 - ' " 1 V1-1 1 . 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D -V I k i . . . .- otentra owne a efzs arse eaufr refzs ITH a total membershrp of forty the Home Lconomrcs Club under the sponsorshrp or mss lxathrwn Whrtten and Nlrss Katharyn Lrpse completed another successful year lhe cluo was ably led by Wrlma Ward as presrdent Delma Plemrng as vree pre rdent Jean Vthrte as seeretary and Dorothy larry as treasurer The errls opened therr socral eason September Z5 wrth a tea for the new menrbers Later rn the fall a potluck party u as held at the home of Wrlma Ward On Deeember 11 the elub members held a Lhrrstmas party -Xnother hrgh hght ot the socral se rson was th tea on -Xprrl 141 grven for the nrnth gr rders The purpose of thrs tea was to rntroeluee the sophomores of next year to the Home Leon omrcs Club The members presented a short pro gram rn whreh they trred to grve the nrnth graders a lrttle rdea of what the Home Economics Llub rs lrke and what rt does The ,socral season ended rn May wrth fr tea grven for the mothers of the mem bers An rmportant event durrng the year was the State Conventron whrch was held 'rt Topeka on 'lflarch 21 All of the members who wrshed to at tend made the trrp there rn the school bus A ban quet at the Topeka Hrgh Sehool was elven for those who attended In the afternoon the grrls met together for a combrned program The Manhattan Home hconomres Club presented 1 panel drscussron What Our Part Is rn the Natronal Defense Thrs vu as led by Wrlma Ward Durrng the year pornts were grven for grades and other actrvrtres rn wnrch the rrls partrcrpated Many of the grrls recened Betty Lamp prns for then work USIC CLLB thrs year got off to another good start nrth a total membership or frttv seven grrls and bots Durrng therr frrst meetrn they elected offrcers for the school year Those elected were Don Nlessenhermer presrdent Bettx Jean Yapp xrce presrdent and Freda Woods sec retary treasurer Thrs year rnstead of havrng- one program charr man who would be responsrble for all the programs the club was drvrded rnto frve groups These groups rn turn planned the chffer ent programs The charrmen elected for ereh of the groups were Iofrn Yapp Barbara Cordts hllll Chrrlson Imr lean Ceffert and Coral Wil on rod on W ednesdays and Thursdays alternatrng wrth Grrl Reserxe H1 Y meetrngs and nome room meet rngs The programs for the varrous meetrnes eon srsted of rnstrumental numbers solos duets md other musr al selectrons by the members of the c ub The program followrng the Chrrstmas holrdays was grven by former students of the Manhattan Hrgh School On January 98 the Manhattan Crvrc Nl sr Cluh entertarned the members of the hrgh school Vlusre Club rn the musrc room The theme of then pro am was The Lrfe and Musrc of the Cvpsres The ladres rn eharge of the program were rn cos tume and served gypsy refreshments Musre apprecratron lrfe and works of composers eurrent events and guest artrsts from our com munrty provrded addrtronal program materral The Musrc Club thrs year was sponsored hw ll! Fly vocal musrc drrector F1111 l'l4IllIt ll-vnu lu-rrorrrns 4 luls llnttmrr Pntrrrr Xlusn llul1 35 lj ' l H 771 ll l 3 'S' 1 1 ' - vi 1 1 ' ' 'j 1 1 . .. , . . , . , r ' . 1 1 ,K " A l 1 1 1 u 1 A ' , ' ' ' , 1 .1 , . : ' .' . 1 1 .3 . ,S y v , , , . , , , - 5 1 Y L. , - , . 3 .. 1 . 1 11. - 1 -, - . 'S ' ' 1 ' - , . ,' , . 1 1 ,I . 1 ' S ' S 1 - ' 1 1 ' , 1 ' ' - ' 1 1: . v 1 1 I 1 1 ' .'. N ' V , ' , ' 1 A '- -.-. .. . A '-' ' 1' 'zu' , 1.-' S- ,' ' ' WS. 2 , . , 4. ,, . , - . ., The club met twrce a month durrng actrvrty per'- , ' ' , ,. . 1. 1 1 . 1 ' . ' A 'i A 1 - ' ' 7 1 I 1 1 ' ' 1, l- l I l r ' l . , . , W . .H . . x . ' ' . N , ,. . - A . .1 ' 1 1 1 A, l ' y , , 1. 1 1 1 1 ' X 1 'fl -v 1 , ,- C , - . , , l . x . . I . , . , - D . . .. 1 - I U - .. , 1 u, c 1 1 L, I - , , ' , , -F. ' .1 A AX , 1 ' ' K J" I ' ' 1 ' - , 1 1 1' - ' .. , ' u ' ' ' ' 7! - - gr , 1. . . ' . 1 ' ' . 1 ' - on U . 1 , C ' tn ' J ' Y 1 1 1 I . 1 , a a 1 - 1 1 Ps . Y ' . . ' ' l I - , S '. GMS O HE BUTL RE Farmezs of An1er1ea lb an o1gan 1zat1on fo1 1131111 boys Its pulpose ls to gut the boys an oppo1tu111ty to pa1t1c1y ate 1n lead ershlp dCt1V1t1GS Of the twenty mne Illelllblls en lolled ln Voeatlonal Agllcultule thls yLd1 f1iteen ue 1 utule Fa1111e1s, thnteen a1e k11eenl1a11ds, dlld one IS State F2-i1Il1L1 Nh H L hugle1 yocatlonal aglleultule 1nst1ueto1 IS sponso1 meetmgs and thuteen diy meetmgs lhe nlght meetmgs haye been exchanged Wltll othu CHIDLLIS at VS akefleld and Clay Center One of the f0llllLl FI' A 111e111be1s ot t111 ehap te1, Quant Poole, was elected to the -X11111can 11111111.15 deglee thls yeal Thls IS the hlghe t rank obtamable M my new PIOJQCKS sueh as the bLltCll611llg f hogs, eattle, and sheep have been stalted thls Seal The Kl1SSSlT'l2 of tl1e meat f0I l0eke1s has also been studled Collectlon of waste mateuals 1n eonnectlon w1th YdtlOUdl Defense and thc plantmg of galdens and the sale of ga1den seeds ue also two nu D1OJ6CtS Some of the act1v1t1c the chaptel la SDOHSUILU dllllllg the X021 ale tl1e F'1tl1e1 1nd Son banquet and the 'Nlother and Son 1ccept1on -X new aef1y1ty whleh was started du1111g the ye 1 w1s tl e Inua 111u1al basketball team 'Vlembers strove to 1nc1ease then net wortl1 tlnough thelr farmmg aet1v1t1es The tl111d year class had an mcrea e of one nundred and th1rty three dollars wh1le the fust year had an mcrea c of two hunched a1 cl twenty fue dollfus Tl11 111 uease 1ncludes the earnmgs from a fdllll 1310213111 fOl one year s t1n1e 36 l", lf. 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'l'l1i1'd lXlS 'Q l41r111 NIUHF X 1ll ll 11111 1 I w 1 lt N 111 1 11115111 1 'NI1141 1 1 ll uns X oody Hom 111111 Olll lion l 1111 oul wc s 1 II 6611 onwell XXl11l111x Xlr lx111.,1er ART CLLB Seeund l 111 Salero Rhoades AllllE'l S I U S Adams fufrrmt Puts Flrst Row Pktefkl K1'1llm1n Hoffmin N 11 ter Qkonw Nlelnteer Ps lmger Thompson D'lV1S Nlormrtv 'zawm encz am u afofzs HE CAPABLE sponsor of the art club IS MISS JGSSIG Dobson Junlor and senior hlgh school art teacher In the fall these offlcers we1e se lected for the year pres1dent, Armeda Scott VICQ p1es1dent Cllfford Peterka secretary treasurer Nancy K1lham, and proglam cha1rman Wllllalll Krallman mg the year An outstandmg speaker flom the college was Professor Helm of the art denartmen who faxe an mterestmg lllustlated talk on Kansas ATtlStS Durmg several other meetlngs tl1e mem bers drew sk tches and s11houettes The week ot Lmcolns b1rthday the club drew, from memory Lmcoln port1a1t A tr1p to the college to y1s1t the Pm Amer1ean art eXh1blt of the a1t1sts of South AIIILYICZI and the1r style of palntmg proved Klllltd ll'lt6lCSt1l"lQ, Several meetmgs were spent en young the craft and water colo1 exh1b1ts of tne State Federat1on of Art One soclal meetlng was held durlng the ChllSt mas season There we1e twenty one members of the art club Dues of twenty flW6 cents pe1 year went toward the annual art club plcture and re heshments fOl two SOClal meetmgs durmg the year -X yerx successful yea1 was spent and enjoyed by all twenty one members llow-4'11r1'ie. Tr: l -1- 1-rson, 2 ' ', 1 ,' ' - 41 5 V - S, lim-sl -12 llzllv. I g l'llllI -1', S1-'11111l io ' t , ll,'1l', .INV tj, . "1 - 2 A Stull. lie 'k, lizlllill. 1 I' f. . 5 XYAl A 11 ' 1- 1.2 1 . Fr '-- iz - ra ', In -liinl, li 1 ' . 4211- h . 1' ' - . ' ' If k , 1 I 0 r 1 Y V ' 1 - if - 1- 1 1 11 " X A . ' ,'o1. 1' on, Mis: I1ohso11, 1 'K 1 5 V , --. -1 2 , - , vc - , 1 , 1 ' . 1- 5 g .l . 1 771 .P l " 1 . . - . '. . - , r- ' '- . 1 , , 1 I ' . -K I A ' l Y- b 1 I 1 ' 4 - . - J . 4' O , . f . 1 . . ' ' . , .. - .1 . . 1. . 1 1 . 7 1 - , . u 2 - , 4 Q l 1 1 1 -1 I u 1 A 4 1 , ' 1 1, A 1 v ' . - ' , ' ' 1 ' ' - - 1 - - 7 1 1 - - 1. ' - I I . 17 . . . , . Durm the 'ear the class has had seven n11'l1t Many' mterestm roy ams were resented dur- 3 1 1 ' K - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . " ' - X ' , . A I 4 ' A I 1 A ' I I 1 'I x ' - ' l ' C 1 t' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 r. , ', . 1 . . 1, , . u ' u . 1 1 1 ' ' -' .'. . 1 1' ' ' ' - 'Z' ' ' X A5 ' . ' .. v 1 1 1 1 A - Q ' - ' . ' 1 ' 1 . J- - 1-S 1 - 1 1 1 ' f f. 'Lv 'k- 1 ' 5 .1 A 9 ' . 1 ' . ' 1 D . . ,L . v 1 v x v' 2 j 1 1 ' , 1 ' ' 1 ' 0 . ,Y t .' . V. '. K' ' A 1 1 x J 1 ' ' ' A .t ' 1' 'I A E ' A ' 1 ' 1 1 . . 1 1' ,, " g 1 '- ", N .J 1 , 1 v L X . ' h . A A E . . Y 1 . . ' v' Q ,. ' . 1 1 - ' . . , M . I 1 ' x . I 1 . - - ' ' ' 15 1 - X4 5 - 1 ' A c 1 I . 1' tv 1 - C x . 2 1 1 . . . . 1 Q' " ' . 1 1 'Q " ' I l ' - ' . -. 1' , 3 . ,Z ,V I A .. , t - 1 - , 1 ,1 ' A n . I - . v D , J ' A I ' A ' . Q ' ' X ... I 'Y Y x v . - . ' 11 ' 5 1- ' 1 H - ' H 11 ' 1 Q, 1 , , , . 4 V J- ' . x C M 'S ' - . . - A B ' ' L , . 1 , A - -Q F. J . K ' x Y ,T ' . v v v- OUI'lq Cl!-2l'lhSlS Copluve CIHLI OTIOPS S USUAL, this year the Science Club was the largest interest club in the school with eighty members joining, and many were turned down because of lack of accommodations to house them. The club fairly per'ked along under excellent leadership of the officers of the club. The officers were as follows: Ernest Sellers, president: Bill Lynch. vice president, and Eugene Grimes, pro- gram chairman. The term "science" is so vast land vague to most peopleb that the club was sub-divided into five divisions to suit the different interests of the young scientists The division of chemistry was led by Ward Keller Aviation by Keith Grandfreld Radio and Electricity by Bob Swan Photography by Bob Linn, and Biology by Frank Bostwrck who moved away and was replaced bv Paul Remmele The Science Club annually sponsors the full of fun and unusual Lab Picnic The prcnrc took place in the Chemistry Laboratory The most unusual thing about the picnic besides it being indoors, was the roasting of regular picnic food over Bunsen Brrners Forty attended and took part in ravrshly devouring the four gallons of ice cream The Science Club along vrth many other actrv ities had an interesting assembly from which many experiments demonstrated were taken to Hays The main event of the club comes every spring in the annual State Science Club meet, which was held at Hays, Kansas, this year. Ray Throckmorton was the Secretary of the state club and Ernest Sellers was elected president for the next school year. Dorothy Krey and Ernest Sellers were elected as best girl and best boy scientist at the meeting which is a real honor. Twice Manhattan has won a cup both for best exhibit and best program. lt is a rule that if a cup is won for the third time it is permanently kept by the winner-it is now in our trophy case. Others who attended the meeting were Gwen Bradley, Eulalia Railsback, Eugene Hawley, Keith Inskeep, Paul Owensby Jack Gould Brll Stewart Charles Walker Ray Hanna Tom Prld aux Blame Englund and Forrrs Frrck The other main thing sponsored by the organma tion was the photography contest The pictures were placed in various classifications For land scape snapshots Maxine Wilson took first for mrs cellaneous and portrait picture both Jim Farrell took first Eulalia Rallsback took the grand prize for her picturz of a landscape picture of the cam pus The Science Club was ably and most efficiently spo rsored by Mr Donald Parrish, Mr Ralph Rog ers and Mr Robert Boles tXtll 1 UH llr' lllX Y 6' I ll NICK! ll b EH Ill 1 h I. Ill thin I ru sixth Rr NI Tlmnrr Ixnch Ixortmrn Brx intl 1 hrrn Bridle-'v Wil on ea rrden In-Pux I 'ulshack Dehuung Pent in XX alker I- lfth I 4 xx I rrrrsh Ivrtv krew If lund Xlfrrl er Uxxen In Brsum Bensmg Ns-nkrrk Q rippen I-ourth I on Xllen Hrnna Shih I I m I Trrkel Zimmerm in Shultz Nesbitt Trxlrr Third Pin Iwroun Wi NI lure XX rl YVolf Nolder Ilrrlrng H rrrls Oel ch rl er J hnson I oger Second ix Thr cl m rt n 1 run ton White Drown Nlclfluggrge 1 ordf n Lee Bl'1nLhxrd Hutchm I rm nt ou e er ller I rimes ull 'rn r r lm r Ixnc 1 l 37 A L. - v. . Q ' . . Y , I lg. - : I Q y , , ' I : l . Q , . Y . . I 5 I ' . - , . . . 3 . i . t x . . . . . . l , ' ' . . . , - x . , I - I u I ' . - , , . . SVIICNVE l'l.l'I4. S ' '- ll ll '-fl'r' l : IR- syn, Insl-if 1. Fr' 'k. .' f 'z 't. 't 'z ' . ' 2 lv' . Mar- ' , .2 rw-. . ' 1. .g ' . ' 1 , jr , 1-s -' . : " s . T '- gl: , ' if ' X ', Y . I , " . " 'lr '- 'R 'S . '- 1. ' Ing' . . . Q' . ' S :Jw . 5 . .' ' ' '. ' ' . ' I . a . S ' - ler. lair ur . latts. 1 ' . ' ' 2 . . , .' ' , :Q 1 . ' .1 'Y ' . "l- sull, . vi' ' , '2 UTS, , .' , Q ' , 2 S 2 g' , 41 S , I S. Q' ' llrv '- rvi I' 1' , l "'S . ' ' '. ' ' , . 1 . 5 1 . . - ' 1 I I ' son, In rlry. Roh-s, I-' r Il '--S ll s, Ke , I ' Go 1 . Linn. Sw. . G zu f' -l l. -.' 'l- li'-nm 1-le. S for Sports Huddle-, huysf Big YaLlghn-trzmkstvr--syI.-I-fly that lmgzgxxrd srnilw-che-:Qty-plziy Nu, 44, gzmgf vin-irfus lwfkillgr. nrerft ll1e3".'- at lwzwt J. V. is tx ing--le-nl shlrw-kicking hold that Wise, bluk-111.111 llf-ill'Il1Tt' uf 61' yard 1.1-4-is-just 3 uf lhf- 1,145 1lm1't full IIUXVIIYIJUIISIlififlgf CHAMPS! DETERMINED squad oi Manhattan Indians swept over every team save one this year and gained for themselves not only a record of eight wins to one loss, but also coppcd the C. K. L. championship for the first time. The Warriors wer'e rated underdogs by pre-season predictors, but hastened to prove them wrong by upsetting quite a few dope-buckets. A loss to their arch-rival and omnipotent jinx, Junction City, was the only game that appeared on the losing column of the Indians' score sheet. The Tribe started the gridiron year under the tutelage of two new coaches. Charles Socolofsky, familiarly known as "Soc," and Frank "Bow-Wow" Woolf were the head and backfield coaches, re- spectively. Much credit for the amazing record of games won must be given to these two men who worked tirelessly with the squad all season Herb Bishop aided by Bob Boles coached the successful B squad composed of younger Indians who are being groomed to fill the shoes of the older boys Boles also officrated at all the intra squad scrrm mages and did a fine Job Our Braves began practice with ten returning lettermen 'rs follows Earl Miller Cuy Brown Paul New ll Lee Gregory Vaughn Lundberg, Bob To buren Bob Walters John Inman Charles Boren and Pat Dunne Miller .1 smashing fullback and Cuy Brown a shrfty swivel hrpped quarterback co captarned this year s championship eleven and drd a fine Job Brown an all conference back received the quarterback berth on the mvthrcal all state second team The Manhattan squad included two teams f practically equal ability this year with ood mater ral on both teams Although the same starting eleven was named for almost exery grme the sec ond te rm could 'rlwavs be counted on to do equal lx as well when rn the game The Redskins started off the season with a bang by trampling the Highland Park Scotties of Tope- ka by a score of 20-6. Guy Brown led the Indian attack with passes to Dunne and Miller for touch- downs. Faubion also scored in the third period. Brown converted two tries for extra points. Manhattan High's second game and second vic- tim of her current victory march was the powerful Seaman High of Topeka, the last non-conference game on the Tribe schedule. This time the score- board read 12-7 at the closing gun. Brown was again the standout by scampering 75 yards for a touchdown on a kickoff. A Brown to Miller aerial netted the other tally of the thriller. The Tribe hung up their third victory by defeat- ing the Chapman Irish 19-0 again by way of Brown passes to Newell and a sophomore comer Webster The amazing Brown tallied personallv by means of a 25 yard dash to paydrrt The Junction Crty Jays stopped the Indrfrn win habit by a 18 1 count rn the fourth frame of the season Brown scored Manhattan s lone seven points Newell made several excellent runs The Indians took their revenge for the loss by vanqurshing the Clay Center Tigers with Nlrller Newell and Faubron crossing the goal lrne for the Tribe Howenstme rugged Junior tackle played an outstanding defensive game for the locals The next game reminded the fans of a track meet as seven Manhattan grrdsters scored 1 a 50 0 slaughter of the Herrngton Rarlroaders T buren Boren C Batten Brown Miller Faublon and Martin Miller reached the goal for the War rrors Every squad member saw service rn this game and all performed credrtably Abilene was the sixth team to fall under the In dran onslaught The score was 200 rnd credit ru r 1 X I-or n le rn 1 er rr r e torth Woo r n lr rtt mr ru rn run 1 Rrrterr Ie-me Otto X xl toe burr! 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H- . 4 . .11 C0 Captains -il to Captains 42 Miller Broun Hruenstllle Dunre 'narkable pass snatcher and dld an amazing Job of breaklng up opponents interference thls year He plays a flne defenslve game and IS expected to score a great deal for the Trlbe next fall Pat was the only sophomore to lettel ln football a yeal ago and was a startel thls season Jack HOW9nStln8 a tackle and what a tackle was the player elected for the other co captaln slot Jack was placed on the all stal C K L eleven at the llght tackle berth and well deserved this honor Jackson has a hablt of playing a con slstent game ln the opponents secondary and threw many a backfleld ace for a loss last season He was a bulwark ln the Manhattan llne and 16 going to be Just as hard to move next yeal Watch hlm go' Blll Aubel IS a falrly llght ffuard but when he nlts em they stay hlt A second eleven man last year Blll saw considerable servlce on the grldlron and should dexelop lnto a star guard next fall Clifford Tlppy Batten was the hard drlvlng, llne smashing fullback who made himself known to frlend and foe allke during games last season Cllff IS a blg boy who made several sensational llne plunges and protected M H S s goal llne from scol lng thrusts last year Hell be charging aplenty next fall Vlajnald Coe played tackle on the second eleven and he ll be there again come football tlme Hank IQ slow looklng outwardly but when he ls M,,,p,.,,,,, Season s Record playing football he travels at a fast clip. Coe was a good relief man last year and will probably do big things on the starting eleven next year. Louie "Big Lou" Otto is the biggest man on the squad and practically dwarfs his teanlmates. Lou is an end who can really go up and snag the passes wihen tossed his way. He is a fine defensive player, a so. Royce Pence is the guard who played the last t' o games last season with a fractured hand with no one the wlsel A dependable player and a sturdy guard Ray Swart IS anothel tall gangllrlg end who played a great deal last year Kay IS a good pass catcher and should go places next fall at the end posltlon Ronnie Webster Bob Srack Marvin Miller How ard hlmer Max Cook Clenn Munger Charlie Mlll el Marold bleldlng Harold Cary Jlmmle Drown and Calvin bwaln were among the sensational sophomores of last season who have two more years of servlce left ln their hlgh school plgskln careers These boys were good rellef men for the legulars and youll be hearing a lot from them ln days to come Wlth such a wealth of matellal for the coming grldlron clashes of the 1042 43 season Coach bocolofsky and Indlan followers should have no fear of loslng many games next year It IS pos slble that the Tribe will lead the league next fall ln spite of a tough schedule Following the successful year the Indlan war llors wlll enjoy hte frults of their campaign Two dozen new white knlt pants with red JQISGYS were purchased by the school after rcommendatlon by 'Vlr Socolofsky who 1S a strlct dlsclpllnarlan on sufflclent protectlon for hls team The second squad which for years has proven lts worth as con dltlonlng fodder fol the varsity wlll enjoy twenty foul new red whlte and blue headgears Two championships ln a row mean good foot ball playing ln any mans league Let's back our Indlan vsarrlors to anothel successful season next year' FINAL LEAGUE STANDING Manhattan Salma McPherson 4 Abilene Junction Clty Chapman Herlngton ponents Passing Yards Game Passing Yards Yardage Rushing SCOI'e Yardage Rushlng Score 72 Highland Park 0 Seaman 30 24 Chapman 223 6 Junction Clty 310 9 9 Clay Center Herlngton Abilene McPherson Salma 41 ' n ' H ' ' ' ' ' 1 f ' ' .....,.....v.......... 6 1 0 .857 , , ,' ' -- ' .............................. 5 1 1 .786 ' , , ' ' ..l.................,. 4 1 2 ."14 , , ' ......,....,......,. ........ 5 2 0 .714 ' ' ................ 3 2 1 .583 A ' ' I 1 ' Clay Center .,............,..... 2 5 0 .286 x', l . , ' I. .....,........,......,.. 1 6 0 .143 H " - - - " ' , J ' .....,.......... .... 0 6 0 .000 I . Or 93 1L-- 20 ............ ' .......vv... . 101 91 6 95 21 12 ,,,.,,,,,,,...,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 8 0 7 60 7 19 ...,................ ,..,................ 6 0 0 131 27 7 ,.,,............ ' ' ,l,,........l,,, 62 18 21 -6- 13 ...,........l... ' ..........,..... 33 111 6 - - 50 .,....,........... ' .................. - - 0 0 266 20 ...,.,...........,,. ' ,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,.,.,. 0 211 0 39 103 19 .,.,,.,.,,,,,..... ,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,, 2 1 84 0 43 136 18 ,......,....... ....,,, ' ...,,..,.......,.i..,, 1 4 10 0 CQDSTEIQ H G LIGHTS FFH UNC C lx L skeptrcs who predreted a pre season fourth place ratrng for the Indran maplemen, the tall lanky lads from Manhat tan eame through to push therr way up to second place The Braves defeated exery team rn the Central Kansas Crrcurt at least once save the Sa lrna Maroons xx ho proved to be a thorn rn the srdc of blue rrbbon hopes of the Indran frve Gettrng off to a slow start rn the season, the Indrans met a more experlenced Junctron Crtx erexx rn therr frrst encounter of the season whlch thu dropped by two pornts Z7 71 Reboundlne from the rnrtral defeat they next played host and xrctor to the hrghly touted Topeka Trojans whom they thoroughly trounced to the tune of 34 23 begrnnrng to roll they dropped a heart breakfr to McPherson Z4 21 and the followmg week suf fered therr worst defeat of the season at the hand of the Salma Maroons Thrs proved to be the end of the Indran losrng streak for erght strarght vrc torres started the Indrans toward the road to a place rn league promrnence Speedrng along the vrctory road the Woolfmen twrce by passed Clay Center Chapman Herrngton and Abrlene The Clay Center Trgers proved to be valrant but weak adversarres, the Indrans takrng them to camp rn the frrst engagement 44 28 and 42 32 rn the second Chapman also fell to the way slde twlce never grvlng the determrned Indrans a lot of trouble Both eneounters w1th the llerlng' ton frve were handrlv taken the frrst 40 17 and the second 43 21 Next came the Abrlene Cowhands who gave the Braves a real scrap rn both of therr games but could not eke out enough pomts from the trght Manhattan defense to 1v1n The Abrlene seores were 37 29 and 37 24 Tl e last three games of the regular schedule saw the Indrans make therr brd for weet rexenge on the teams v1hreh hal been therr only eonquerors and also for a possrble tre for flrst posrtron rn the L lx L standrngs The frrst of those three elrmax mg games saw the Indrans hopes run hrgh for the frrst three quarters only to be shattered as the vrc tory bound Salma frve poured rn the tallres to pass the serapprng Braves and wrn the game 30 30 The Indran wrath of losrng the crucral game de scended upon the two remarnrng teams 'lhe Mc lherson Bullpups were the frrst to feel rt as they erred desperately to equal the Indran scorrng only frnal gun The last and best game of the season rn both the teams and fans estrmatron was the Junctron Crty battle rn whrch the Braves garned full revenge for the season s openrng defeat agarnst the Jays Wrth revenge agarn as therr rncentrve Coach Woolfs men caught the Junctron crew on the home court and defeated the Junctron Jmx 42 30 Throughout the season a drfferent captarn was rppornted for each game and on the last game of the season the boys on the frrst team cast therr ballots for an honorary captarn of the season The drstrnctron went to Bob Toburen senror forward Throughout the year Torrrd Toby repeatedly paced hrs mates to vrctory wrth an aggressrve sprrrt and accurate eye for the hoop Bob has been play 1ng basketball for MHS srnce he moved here a a freshman from Colby Kansas and has lettered twrce rn both football and basketball varsrty ath letlcs Q S I'l llIOl'l ol HASRI TH-XI L N 1 nnrl H1111 L ll rc lr VS wolf' Tfrllner hlslr l, Nlllle-I' B Toburen VV TObl1rCn Otto, Buckner I- rubron Nhdlrn Johnson, Conch Sorolnfsky Ierrst lion Sraek XX hrtneq, Llmer, Store-1, Batten, L Nirller Su rrt eau, Dunne, XX eb ster Drms n, Harlow 42 J - v 9 . '. . L. - , ' 1 1 ' 1 , 1, 1 ' 1 1 ' ' D 1 ' 1 L 1' ' " I 1 l 1' ' ' , ' ' - 1 , - . 1 1 1 ' ' - '11 - - 1 1 -1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 1 I 1 . ' ' .js . .1 If 1 I I . J 1 I v l . 1 - 1 1 ' 1 I J, . ' , I ' , 1 . L. , -1 ' ' - . . 1 1 ' , ' ' . ' ' ' ' . . . 1 V ' 1 L" 'l " . . ' . ' 5. 3 x ' - l I l X I I ' 2. 1 A X 'I j ' 1 ' . " . . , . . v 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' , , ' 1 ' 1 1' K. . K . ' . . l' ' l x ' . Q 1 - . 1. ' -1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' . 1 , . ' ,' ' 4. 1 1 1 1 ' . l l l - l . ' ' "' ' . . 1 . ' ' ' , , 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1. 1 v 1 1 C . '- , , V , 1 1 1 1 1 1 I , , L ' 1 1 1 1 'Q K' ' 1 - - 1 1 - . , ' . 4 - . Just when rt seemed that the Indran machrne was t9 ,fell on the Short end of a 30 34 S6019 at the , ' ' . 1 1 1: 1 1 1 - ' . C F' ' X - - , H , , . . . . 1 ' ' 1 s . . . ' , . , . . . 1 ' , t 1' ' ' ' i I . . I . . ' , ' , ' K . . 1 A 9 . ' 1 . 1 ' , u - - as - . ' s ' v . 7' l , ' 1 , . Y ' 1 - . U , ' Yr l 7 l l . 9 .I s ' 1 s I S 1 - n 1 , , . . . . , . - v . . , . . . . . 7 7 IQ rl L1 Eel - 42 l 8 IOMCZ OLUZIQZ ITH A successful but heartbleaklng season behmd them the Indlan hoopstels stepped out ln flne style to cop the reglonal tourna ment whlch was held m the den of thelr arch uvals the Junction Cnty Blue Jays The Braves fxrst met the Marysvllle Tlgers who wue reputed to have a habxt of collectmg vlctorles It was evident that the Redsklns Wele on the war path as they easlly dlsposcd of the hlghlv touted MalySVllle crew The fmals of the reglonals saw Junctxon Clty and its cocky Jays matched Wlth the lnsurmount able boys of MHS The Braves went to work almost lmmedlately and feathers began to fly from a be fuddled Blue Jay smbtherlng the hopes of the Junctlon mob Wlth the half completed the tally board showed 21 6 m favor of Manhattan Dead eyc Dlck Medlm found the basket for seven goals from the fleld and the Braves coastcd to a 44 Z7 wln Sadness mlngled Wlth Joy ln the healts of the Indlans for Flank Woolf popular pllot was guld mg his last game for the flery band It IS hls duty to tutor some boys who belonged to a greater team -Ks the weekend rolled past Frank Woolf donned a unlform and changed hls tltle from Coach Woolf to Natal Instructor Woolf Bow Wow was here for only a season but he found a rewered place m the hearts of player and fan ahke he IS gone but not forgotten SIG Q TOUPHUHWQHI YV1th the regional tltle tucked safelv away ln the hlp pocket of their bucksklns the Indians moved up the Kam ln search of blgger game The Indxans a lou L4 me tt VS lrren Toburen 1-ldon Buckner Bob Pohuren harl Mlller r nt R1 xx Nvrulle Clsh ll an Tollxxer 'Nlormm Johnson Blll I zulu n Dck 'Vledlln U ft taptun Bob T huren No 18 coll nborltlng with Warren Ilttle Toby Toburen lpartlally hlddenj on two punts for th flghtlng Redmmn of MHS tangled wlth a worthy opponent Shawnee Mlsslon who also bore the Indlan monlcker IH the first contest Although pushed by a harassmg rushlng combmatlon of offense and defense the Braves of MHS outlastcd the Shawnee Mlssxon Indlans m a close scorxng contest 32 29 Wlth one down and several to go the Redsklns moved mto the arena wxth the Wmfleld Vlkmgs who had dlscarded the methodical style of play chaxacterlzed by the Alk Valley for a tlght men acxng rushlng style The tantallzlng guarding f the speedy Vlklngs proved disastrous to the Red four post season tournament clashes The Wlnflelfl defense rushed the Indlans shots and they were unable to relax The Indlans were unable to hlt the torud pace whlch they malntalned ln the reglonal nor the basket with anything resemblmg consls tency This same Wlnfleld whlch ellmlnated the Redskins found its way to the flnals and nearly to the state champlonshlp leaving' room for specula tlon ln the mlnds of ardent followers of the Bravo squad Wxth the state tourney completed the flres spxrxt and madness which is annually kindled by basketball was left to smoulder untll next year when the spark will agaln be cast and the flres xekmdled POSPQCIIVQ In Inq When the season has passed humans become af fllcted Wltll a dlsease whlch betrays them mto the solemn bellef that they have mysterious POWQIS of prognostlcatlon The Brax es lost four of the startmg flve and tuo capable reserw es from the flahtlhg trxbe of Indlan whlch graced the courts of the C K L the past season Donnmg cap and gown come May w1ll be Sam Mlller Dxck Medl1n Bob Toburen Eldon Buckner Blll Faublon and Warren Toburen The Indlans 43 1 . iz- ck 1 -- 1 ' 0 0, 2 A , 3 - , If fl l '-1. 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' . , , . , v . ,' . -. wrll mrss the defensrye strength of Vlrller the beautrful one handed prtches of Urek Nledlrn the trght and sprrrt of hldon Buckner and the leader shrp of Capt Toburen the reserve strength 1 Faubron and the rebound manrpulatron of elongat ed Warren Toburen Movrng another step eloser to Pomp and Lrr I1 ICJFI Q ITIQTI HIS XLAR rnterest rn tennrs rncre :sed a great deal Oxer twenty bovs reported and twelve ot these saw serrree lhose boys partrerpatrng eumstance but back to gladden the hearts or a coach who as yet remarns an unknown quantrty rn the preture Urcky Dean notable or a should make elude Ronnre Bobby Srack are Loure Otto lNOI'I'l'ldI1 Johnson Tollrver, and Norvrlle Crsh lhe most frne group of second strrngers who the Jump wrth comparatrve ease rn Webster Trp Batten Ray Swart and Loure Otto, grant center should be one of re topnotchers rn the league conre next season and wrll have rt just about hrs own way under re baskets wrth hrs superror herght The lndrans wr sport plenty of power up on the front lrne wrtlr rollrver speed merchant ursh, left handed prtcher and Webster, as frne a forward as wrll grace the C K L next season Wrth an added year of experr ence Trp Batten wrll be a much rrnproved guard and wrll Jorn Norman Johnson, ace advocate of the two handed shot to uphold the back hne The Redskrns are destrned to be weaker wrth the loss of the superlatrve defender, Mrller rn thrs depart ment but wrll nevertheless provrde a strong barrrer to speedy forwards of the opposrtron Ray Swart should prove a most able replacement for Brg Lou Otto when the brg boy trres of dunkrng goals agarnst the feverrsh effort of the opposrtron to top hrs lay ups Already lost to the team rs Slrck Storey smooth forward who wrll move before the season rolls around Next year s coach wrll be able to muster a frne squad capable of nreetrng the best of them on even terms FINAL OFFICIAL C K L STANDINGS Team Won Lost McPherson MANHATTAN Junctron Crty Chapman Abrlene Herrngton Clay Center rn at least one mateh mclueled Urck Medlrn Lldon Buckner, Jacle Matteson Brll Schultz Don Messen lrermer Don Torkelson Melxrn Bryant Wayne Lhaprn Lreorge Batten C, rl Vhlch rrll Lynch and Lours Otto After a weak start rn a loss to Salma and two losses to Junctron Crty the Indran raequet swrng ers irnally came through wrth two wrrrs over Llry Center 'lhe CIXL meet scheduled to be played on the home courts was rarned out and fmalry wrs played off at Salma Because of laek of transpor tatron the Brayes were unable to go to Salrna to eompete rn the meet However the squad entered the regronal meet rn Topeka but were overpower ed by a strong Trojan net squad wlrreh swept through wrthout a loss Pour men Drek 'Vleellrn Don 'lorkelson Brll Schultz and Don Messenlrermer represented Manhattan rn thrs meet These same four all senrors recerved letters Mr Boles eoached and arranged matches for the crew Dwol qq HE INDIAN golf team for the 41 42 season found the Manhattan squad conrposed of three the four seasoned veterans from last vear s hrghly successful squad The only member of thrs years letterrng quartet who drd not letter last year rs Charles Nlrller a sophomore wrth great possrbrlrtres The other three lettermen are Dean Storey smooth playrng frrst nran who wrll be lost to next years squad because he rs movrng away Lrene York drmrnutrve ace wrth a mrghtv swrrrg wrll be on next year s squad, as wrll Shelton Mar lowe, the most consrstent player of the four Results of thrs years efforts were satrsfactory as much as some of the encounters were played under adverse condrtrons Indran lrnkmen ddefeated the Junctron encounter A rn the fall rn rn the sprrng the fall was turned rn the Crty drvot drggers for therr rnrtral few other engagements were played preparatron for the CKL tournament The frrst half of the tournament rn won by Salma but the Braves re sprrng to defeat the Maroon lrnkrrren rn the raln rn a nrne hole match Salma was the frnal vrctor by a few strokes Next year s quad looks very promrsrng from the standpornt of returnrng rrraterral Three of thrs years squad wrll probably frnd berths on next year s S errrllles Irrer -W Swrngrrrg our rr rarls Jr Sr brrleer twr lrrrry pe-ople Ioyelrght nr rrrrgers munchrng JOLI- 'SI'rrlJw Nlrller Storey iork therr Vrrghnes e under tht brr., lent TENNIS Mattrson Torkelson Batten Schultz Otto Bryant Lyneh Messe-nhe-rmer elmprn Niedlrrr 44 .' 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I . - , YY 7 Y Y V- ,,7,, ,, Y, , ll LS rntramurals were rn charge ot X11 s Gar rett guns health and physrcal edueatlon rn struetor The teams were made up 01 groups or the errrs own ehoosmg Pall softball farled to produce mueh enthusrasnr but basketball had one or 1ts most successful sea sons wrth the grrrs rn 'VIHS rue full teams turned out Ior competrtron whrch was hrgh Irom the very start The wrnners rn tms drvlsron ot grrl rntramurals were the Tramps who won the trtle from the Flashmg Pems after a three vay tre had ueen broken by tne latters ellmlnatron or the Pa pooses lne lramps were captarned by rreren W rugh drmlnutrye guard who showed her wortn by botn playrng and coachrng Uther members ol trre team were vlarjorre Setter June Grlman Nlar Jorre rlemrng Arlene Wrlson Maxrne Wrlson rnronsre Patten, Barbara Rogers Sarah Srlva and Ldwarda Hurlburt Volleyball was next hlghest rn rnterest bearrng, although the smallest team rn the schedule came through vrctorrou Members of thrs team were Betty Scott Marjorre Madden Roberta Wrtt M we me Klelner and Vrrgre Campbell A new polrcy was rnrtrated thrs year rn grrl s rn tramurals by Mrss Garrett Varsrty squads for both volleyball and basketball were chosen For volley ball the varsrty team prcked was as follows Betty Scott Roberta Wrtt Sylvra Poland Marjorre Set ter Arlene Wrlson Maxrne Wrlson Phronsre I rt ten Dorothy Engle Maryorre Flemrng Sarah Srlva 'rnd Marjorre Madden The basketball varsrty as prcked by Mrss Garrett w rs as follows Forwards Beryl Wesche June Grl man Mary Morrand Helen Hoover Lourse Teeter Joan Scheu 'Vlaryorre Flemrng Guards Helen Waugh Paulrne Wersner Arlene Wrlson Maxrne Wrlson Wlrrram Hobbs Ada Lou Scott and Chlls trne Teaearden Honorable mentron went to Bettv Jean Zerby Erleen Green and Phronsre Patten Sprrng softball and tennrs were agarn offereel to grrls rnterested m sports Tennrs was played off rn srngle elrmrnatron brackets ln both srngles and doubles Archery was also added to the possrble oartrcrpatron lrst and was played by hrgh scorer as wrnncr For lrnk mrnded grrls golf was offered 'mel w rs also played off by score Pfflq GV OLCH football opened the boys Intramural season Thrs year there were only two teams formed the -Xrmy and Navy Mar hall Walker captarned the Nayy and Carl Welch the -Xrmy The schedule consrsted of frye games the wrnner bem determrnd by the majorrty wrnner The games were w on alternately up to the frfth whrch ended rn 6 6 tre The Army took the frrst and thrrd game wrth the Navy wmnrng the second 'md fourth Lrke all Army Nayy games they created a great rnterest and 1 frrendly rryalrv was terrrfre The season ended wrth a tre for the rntramural touch football charnpronshrp Basketball was next to lrrt the llmellght Two rounds were played wrth nrne teams competrng rn the frrst round and erght rn the second The Roy alrsts won both rounds therefore taklng the school Crown lhey were prloted by Dale Peanuts Nlrll er The Brarntrusters and Bachelors gave the Roy alrsts strff eompetrtron by trerng for second one game behrnd them Thrs season the Profs started wrth a very frne team but due to the war they were forced to drop oat of the second round They frnrshed second at the end of the flrst round The other teams had therr own races for drfferent dr vrsrons and xere always good for an upset Al though some teams never won more than one game they were rlways on therr toes and ready to wrn Rrehre Lund of th Royalrsts team was hrgh pornt man of the season wrth 189 pornts two ahead of Carl Welch of the Machelors Lunds average was 1171 pornts per game anel Welch frnrshed wrth 1105 per game Mr Brshop the rntramural supervisor started a B league of four teams conslstrng of all sopho mores The Cubs were vretorrous captamed by Bob Johnson A LEAGUE Royalrsts Dale Mrller capt Bachelors Carl Welcn capt Bram Trusts Larry Maxwell capt Senators Junror Herde capt Flrers Wendell Obenland capt Trrple A Bob Black capt FFA Hrrry Moyer capt B LEAGUE Cubs Bob Johnston capt Yanks Marcus Lee e pt Prrates Calyrn Srmonton capt Cardrnal Du un Batten capt lj B LH B-XLL' Vlr Brshops srgn for mtramuxal brseball was seen on the hall bulletrn board and the teams were organrzed Agarn four teams were formed the Prrates Cubs Cardrnals, rnd Yanks Ereh term w rs required to play two games wrth e rch of the other teams Rrvalry was rndeed sharp rn thrs sport as well rs rn other mtramural con tests. played thrs vear The Yfrnks Captarneer by Tom Oldh rm frnally emerged the vrctors rn the softb 111 campargn wrth a record of frve wrns to one loss sustamed to the Cardlnals The Cardrnals were second placers wrth three wrns and two lo es Thrs team was led by Johnny Inman -Xs the rntramural season for 1947 rs completed the thanks for a successful year rn these rnter school clashes should be gryen to the sponsor who has worked trrelessly all durrng the year helplng th boys play hard and yet plav clean Wir Herb H B1 hop deserves nruch credrt for hrs careful plfrnrng 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V , - , ' l ! 1 I 1 -4 v x '- , A - O I I ' . . , . . , . D H A . A A , . , .r A. A. - ' v ' 2. ' A X'l ' l .'l ' - . . r r ' . in lr -4 4 1, 'rx , ' . . e. 12 1 1' . ' 1 1 l ' 'A A . . vt 2 ' . ' . . - , . 1 ' . . ' ' - '. . ." U . c , .. q Z , . . , A. 2 . A . . x Le ' 1 b V P ' ., . f . . v v Q ' -. Y ' ' - ' " . . A ' , A '. . F- v H A - Q' ' ' ' ' , e. ..r ' ' L , v W ' , ' - 'v v ' s . Y .Y I - y A e ji rj ' , I' . . . . '. ,' v ,. ' ' C A 'S . ' . ' . - - v , C ' ' v 'v 1 u' '. yu 1 , t . . MQIQE CHAMPS HE TRACK squad under the fine tutelage of of Coach Socolofsky began the season of '42 as the dark horses of the confelence. The steady improvement of the team with the perform- ances of individual stars gained the Indians their second conference title of the year. "Soc" began the year with seventy boys check- ing out track suits, and with careful management the braves rounded out into a well-balanced team. In the first dual meet of the season with Salina, Manhattan defeated the Maroons 78 1-3-53 2-3, with Bill Faubion taking individual scoring honors. On the next Tuesday a select group journeyed to the Sterling Relays, which turned out to be merely a pleasure trip. A quadrangular meet on the home track, with Topeka, Wyandotte and Wamego proved disastrous for the local squad who gathered together 3914 points to place third behind Topeka and Wyan- dotte A determined squad faced the highly touted Blue Jays from Junction City the next Fuesdag, and wave a heartemng performance by trouncmg them 73 58 Chailie Boren broke the only school record that was bettered this season bv throwing the Javelin 166 1 to beat old record of 165 6 The next week the Indians tiaveled to K U where competition proved too keen for the boys The 880 relay and mile relay gave a good account of themselves in the running but failed to place in the upper three Manhattan plaved host to Clay Centei Abilene and Chapman in a hotly contested quadrangular meet the following weeks The Manhattan clnder squad barelx eked out a victory oven then con ference rivals by 1 3 of a point Manhattan 58 1 0 Clay Center 51 5 6 The following Friday the relays scheduled for Beloit were cancelled on account of ram The team, neally on its way to Beloit, managed to get IHIU a qL12iOl'21lIgLll31' meet at Junction City. Al- though the points did not become official the show'- mg of the lndians was very good. vaughn Lund- berg, weight man, put the shot 47' 9" to become unoxficial winner of that event. At the conference meet held under adverse con- ditions at Manhattan, the Indians had a field day, taking only four firsts and numerous second, thirds and fourths to cop the meet. The relays again proved successful by taking firsts with the 880 yard relay and the mile relay. These two re- lays composed of Manhattan's finest were unbeat- en in league competition this season. The League championship proved to be the second held this year. Eight boys qualified at the state regionals, held again this year at Manhattan, to journey to the state finals held at Emporia Topeka won the meet with 14 3 4 points Junction City second with 41 .5 4 points and Manhattan thnd with 39 points Guy Brown senior speedstei, took the only first toi the Indians by winning the centuiy dash There were a numbei of outstanding peifoim ers this year Guy Blown dependable winnei in the 100 xald dash also anchored the 880 ie-lay and ran in mile relay Bill Faubion consistent winner of the high huldles usually placed in the lows and the broad Jump Vaughn Lundberg was undefeated in league competition as a shot puttei Charlie Boren, Javelin thrower qualter mller and 220 yard dash man and many others some of whom are only freshmen sophomores and Juniois Out of the seventy boys that checked out suits twenty of them lettered giving Manhattan he greatest numbei of letteimen in track that thex haxe ever had New suits were featured bv the lo TPALR Ififlh low -Xllen Hofs ss Tlirmpon Iohnson Biscom 71mmfrmin lu-llcr llol lenbecl Fourth I w Seofield VS ilker X hours 4 age P he-its f lhurn Ircw r I relz Bend er Hr ke kortm in Third H w H lnni 1 llfus-nger B Fl innells I- rd I Niilli r Drown VS I ster VI hitnex Ifielding. 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I , 2' . eals thrs season as ordered hy Coach Socolofsky The twelye returnrng lettermen receryed new warm up surts along yvrth the new rnner sults Th season as 1 whole w1s very successful and wrth the crop of returnrng lettermen the next season should prove the same Charles Boren and Brll Paubron were cho en by thfrr team mates as honor 1ry cxptarns for the past season JUlQ lo CJ OUL Q5 burdrng the destmy ot the frnest athletre ag gr fatrons Nlllb ha eyed seen were two new head coaches llr Charles bocolofsky tutored a strong bunch of prgshrnner to therr frrst LAL trtle They were 1 be 1ut1tul team to watch well versed rn all angles of the game The could r11n block k1cl1 pass and tackle wrth the best of then1 'Ihey were tast rugged and determrned But the dLLlCllYlg ilLt01 1n the1r suc ess was th fact that they were well coacheei They provrd d thr1ll and cnthusrasm to all who wateheel them perforrrr and thev lcirneel or the game of lrfe fron1 tl'e1r pal and coach Nlr bocolofsky Wlth one cup already rn tlrerr cupboard the Redskrns se out 1fter another under the tutel1ge of smrlrng Ifranle Woolf Iflckle Dame Fortune re u el tc shrne on thrs erew of hoopster ane though they commanded her attcntron th breaks tell the other way That rs of course 11nt1l the schedule ran out 1nd the reglonals rolled around Here the Indrans showed some of therr real pow r power wn1cl1 they had been unable to muster at the crucral moments before Another cup erme to rest amon,., the tropres of the newly rnsplred Ind11ns but al1s 1nd al1el1 happrness could not found for our beloved Bow Wow frlend of Ill llld become one of the many who saw the ne ees rty of playmg, alon wrth Lnele Sxm of per tornrrng a duty of nrakrng 1 COHlZI'lblltl0Il to the e1use Here y as 1 lad among lads a boy teaehmg bo s a sp1rl1 generatrng more spark burnrng a memory or llllllitlf rnto the heart and soul of all ylro knew h1m NIeanyvh1le Soe had not been rdle for he hid b en preparrng, reserve stars of to morrow tor ruture years It was h1rd to forget the basketball season wrfh 1ts ups 1nd down but tr 1ck season made rt easrer -Xealn there 1ro e 1 man to meet the dem mds tmrmmg 1 re 1t team Tl11s nr1rr 1ga1n was Lh1r es boeolotshy X rr 111 for Whom boy would wrllrngly work for NYOIA under thrs r1r1n was 1 pleasure not 1 errrrd The Inelrans eontrnueel to rn 11nta1n therr y l1al1t 1n1l 1g11n came 1 trophy to be ae ee to 1 rap1dly mountrng eolleetron Agam rt was a Llxl trtle llltl 1g11rr Lbarles bocolofskv g.,u1deel 111 lt lllfl e11ehed a ehampronshlp crew Not to be forgotten nov or ever Ile those men yvho were Wllllllf, to stlv behrnd the scenes who were lY'lNl',Il,lI1ll nt xl to the lIlLlLlgLLl success of the te lllli who f,,lVL therr trrrre 1nd energy to the t1sl1 not only of yyrnnrng games on the 1thlet1c freld but prepirrne boys so that they mr ht be wrnners 1n the game of lrfe Such men are Herb Brshop 1nel Robert holes tcrmeel 1ss1stants and eertarnl 1ss1st1ng mrehtrly Brsh 1nd l1oles were 1lways duty often h rnellrng reseryes yylren erepert lllllelllll rs most rmportxnt It w1ll be boys such 1s composed 0111 te 1rrrs lead by such men IS the men who coached our boys o rll he 1 sble o to yvrn the yy lllil they sh 1ll be backed by sueh reseryes as our se ve s e 1 tl t 1re m1ee of the stuft whrch rt takes 1nd thls stutt lr 1s been LlllIll1'4179Cl by the proper men We therefore pay ute to nur colches 1 I trrl t to ' te IIHS whreh they coached Jack Gould -Xrlcne Wrlson Don Nlessenhemrer Betty Je 111 Y1pp -X rn Leelerer Lrbby R1Nlll0I'1d Ruth Rexsner Patrrcrx Clb0lCl-el BLUE M STAFF Co Edltors Drck Nledlrn Associate Edrtors Nhrerne W rlson l' le 1nor Whrpple P1111 Owe nsby Hebert Porel N 1ney Herwu, Brll Faubron Harolel Barham Photography Jlrrr F31 l e ll Dorr lllll Dorf luerlle 'llote l'ett1e S1 cle P1111 Newell NI IIJOIIL Sette Thelma Danl P1tr1c1'1 Prrelry Coby Edltor Proof Edrtor Jean Qelby Busrness Staff Tom Oldham Brll Gloyer Dorothy lxre Boo New m 1n -Xlree Shedd 'N HILN lxrlh 1111 F111 Nlrller Qylyrr Poland lxen Stewart Charles Prllsbury BG'ltllCL V11lson Ray Throcl1morton C-111 Nl elch n 111 11 . 5 I. 5 Y I. 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I xx llllf o lu xx 1 lx x A GIQCJWINC7 INTEIQEIQT I JUUIQNALISM NECESSITATES TWC CLASSES ISING TIDES of Journalxstlc endeaxol encoux aged an lI'lCI9dS1I10' number of students to en 11st ln the hlgh school Journallsm classes f01 the current year 1941 42 F01 the f1rst t1me the number of persons cn rolled ln the JOl.lI'Y'l3l1Sl11 course necessltated the folmmg of two classes A total of 37 students were d1v1ded lnto two classes meetlng durlngr the thlrd Dexter Organlzatlon and arrangements for publlcatlon of a magazmc was m chalge of thc followmg stu dents P3tI'1Cll. Barcllx clectlon of materlal -X lene Wllson org H117 1t1on a sxsted by Maxxne Wu son and Dolralnt Dolf Nancy Klllldlll alt wolk 'Vlatcual was fU1YllSllLil through storlcs and fca tures wrltten by mtmlmus of thc l'llf.,ll school Eng lxsh classes Pl.1bllC3tlOll of tht 'VI ntol lncludcd speclal lssues llllrlllg Natlonal hClLlCdt1OI1 Week Chrlstmas C K L football champlonshlps and the T0ll11Lllt0l Aprll Fool xssue Organlzatlon of pubhcatlon of tht Mentor was carrxed on through a SQVIES of lair edltors and a boa1d of publxcatlons Members of the latter were chosen each sw weeks from tht page edltors of the prevlous pellod The board aldecl the new cd1to1s 1n publlcatlon durmg thelr pellllil Crowrmg achlevement of the Journallsts was the wlth the annual Blue M assembly IH charge of P1 t11c1a C1bolslx1 Release of the annuals was Clllllilxkll wlth the announcement of Blue M queen xt tht slgnatule dance Indlvldual Journallstlc honors f ll to scvu ll Joulnalxsts who partlclpatcd ln the Qulll and Stroll contests Honorable mcntlon ln thc natlonal ton tests went to the followlng, Jean Selby f.illt0ll1l wrltlng Jack Gould and Dlck Medlln Llllllllt events test Svlvla Poland Yl6XVSVNllt1I'1g B111 Flu blon headlmc wrltmg and Bob Nlewman Qillttill ml w11t1ng uullm. im fr x H x, Q ated XXI II Lnrt lx srac Not ln Jlmllll ld I- 1 48 '41 ' t 'Q 3 W , 1 5 wr fy Rui Sllllllllllll Xx'x lt-lx. 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M XJ fin km W L fi:- Oc 19' .X O START the year rlght the H1 '1 had 1ts annual wate1 n1elon feed Septembel Z3 1n the southeast cornel of Sunset Park About seventy f1ye boy yyere present to consume the ton of yyatelmelons Whlch yy e1e then dlsposal Aftel evelyone had h1s f1ll of melons a battle beoan w1th the senlors and junlors Slfllfli y 1 trustees IQ I .2 September 12 lNew Students Tea September 12 Wate1melon Feed Octobe1 11 Hobo Dance November lN ovember November De embe1 December Homecoming Plgskln Prom Fathel Son Pot Luck G A A All G11l Prom H1 Y G R Carollng Palty Janualy 16 Paper Dance January 31-Jumor Gold Dlggels February 9 13 G R Heart Slster Week February 13 Boots and Saddles Banquet ane Tea together and throwlng the remam mg watelmelon and the rlnds at the sophomores ARRYING huge baskets of del1c1ous food H1 Y memb rs and thelr dads met Noy embe1 11 m the study hall for the annual H1 Y Fathel Son Banquet Toastmaste1 Jack Gould 1nt1 odueed the speaker Rev T H Johnson whose talk followed the d1nne1 Th1s annual occaslon plONldBS the bovs wlth an opportunltv of meetlng other boy fathe1s and p1omotes the good wlll land appetites! of all HE HI Y GR Carolmg' Party was held 303111 th1s vear on December 11 The carolmg party was made up of several truck loads of stu dents who were taken to va11ous places 1n Manhat tan where elele1lv or 1ll pe1sons llye Carols were then sung by the gloup After the va11ous homes were ylsted the students returned to the h1gh school where they enjoyed a tasty luncn selyed March 7 Sen1o1 Jun1o1 Malch Z8 Basketball Banquet and Dance Aprll Ap11l 'ylay Hay 'N ay 'Slay May Nlay May 'Slay 23 Jun1o1 Semol 30 H1 Y Date Hlke Sophomole Palty SBHIOI Sneak Mother Daughtel Banquet Senxor Class Day Blue NI S1gnatu1e Dance Baccalau1eate SQTVICG Commencement Commencement Dance T THE begmnmg of each yeal students neyy the hlgh school ale mvlted to a tea guy en the Student Councll The pu1pose of the to get new p ople acqualnted wlth fellow Th1s year the students were flrst taken to the muse loom yyhele they wele enteltalned yylth a l111SCQ.ll3l'l60l.1S plogram plepaled by natlye lllQlllbGlS of the ll1g'l'1 school tea was studer ts Each new student eseolted by an olel student wa lUtI'OflLlC6Cl to a many people as po s1hle Aftel the plOg1dlll they wele all taken to the foods 1oo1n yyhele they yye1e selyed llght reflesh ments plepaled and selved by food tudents 50 R HE ART S1ste1 Week was full of su1pr1sed and SLlp19SSCd glggles 1n class rooms as the lUySl,6lY of the unknown slster pushed xhead to the end of the week and the revelat1o11 Lnusual gxfts lncluded p1ggy banks rubber an1 mals and homemade candv The week was Clll1laXQd yylth a tea ln the musl room whele the ,qlrls dls coye1ed th lr unknown donols and many new fuends wele made 4 OOTS AND Saddles became the theme of a banquet gwen by ou1 future falmers for then fathe1s Th1s theme was carr1 d out 0 ,Juttmg all the addles that could be found ln the eount1y on bale of hav and the boys came dlessed aecordlng to the theme N11 Bergman yy as the mam speakel hls speech was the Cmch of the eyer lne Wlth yallous numbels on the plogram thls af fm was g1yen fo1 the enjoy ment of the1r Dads as well as themselves and they all enjoy ed lt to the leitest ext nt ' 1 are :lf n - ' . v -- . , -v vm I 1 1 1- A ' v v L 1 . --3 " G. 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' ' A. 0 51 N OCTOBER 11 the Stud nt Councll gave the fnst dan e of the sehool year It was tne Hobo Dance WlllCll took the place of the us ual Pie P10111 MIXLI and lt talted the soelal whul ofMHS lfrom the varlety of costumes and Olltllls .hs played at the dance by students the pmafore wlth glasses worn by lN1na Jean Heberel was ehosen as best and she was erowned Hobo Queen She re celved hel crown whlch vas a barrel mldst bales of hay which seem lJ6C0l1llIlh to 1 hobo The dance was leld ln the boys gym and the decolatlons wele gleat havlng been calrled out ln dogpatch style ECAUSE the football team d1d such a beautlful Job of wlnnlng eyerythlng they came ln con tact wlth thls year the Student Councll decld ed to entertaln the old grads wlth a Homecommg game Thls was the fxrst game on such a lalge scale eve1 attempted by the school but lt proved to be a blg success The fleld goals were decorated w1th former MHS graduates students and lnter ested spectators The game wlth Salma was so excltlng that 1t was necessary to hold you1 hat so the people behlnd wouldnt crush lt by poundxng absently on Vour head The game was the trophy dec1s1on game and for once lt may be sald that everyone lncludlng the glrls, kept the11 eyes glued on the fleld and not thelr nelghbor s newest dress At xntermlsslon the 'VIHS band dlsplayed a very colorful and excltlng stunt, and then the candld ates for Plgskln Prom Queen were rolled dramatle ally onto the fleld ln snazzy convertlbles Aftel emerglng from the cals the glrls were lntroduced by Cllfford Peterka as follows Thelma Dahl Betty Burton Bettle Srack Patty Clbolskl Evelyn Ruhr Dorothv Lou Wllson Bettv Gall Parker Nlna Heb erel Shxrley Mlller Glorla blfens Helen Hoover Joanne Scheu and Juanlta Sweeny The gnls were then drlven off the f1eld amld a burst of applause and the game contlnued Excitement and school patrlotlsm ran lllgll as old grads greeted one another enthuslastlcally It was genelally agreed that NIHS s first Homeeomlng game was a deflnlte success and that lt should be come a school tradltlon Wlth the trophy promlsed queens vlewed and old fllends renewed people left the Sliadluhl conymcee. that lt was a swell xdea an well worth a second tly HE PIGSKIIN Prom was the CllI'l13Y to the most successful football season whlch M H S has ever experlenced After Manhattan Hlgh Schools flrst Homecomlng held on November 14 and the wlnnmg of the League Champlonshxp M H S guys and gals were really ready to swlng out at the Plgskln P1om on tue mght of November 15 The decoratlons wh1ch wele red whlte and blue streamers were draped from a rmg 1n the center to he Sld6S of the gym and the colors were altel nated In the center of the IOOIH was a large re 52 yolvmg ball coyered wlth one lnch pleces of mlrror Llght was leflecteel over the gym from thls re volvmg ball The musle was furmshed by Jlmmy Walren who was placed m a ve1y mce band stand ln the south west LOlllLl of the gym 'lhxs new placement of the b md ploylcled lll0lL room for both dancmg and gam s -Xt the lIlttf1l1llSSl0Il the lung and Queen Sam 'lllller and Thelma Dahl were presented to the student body Donna Jean Prescott and Bobby Srack were the clown bearers and the Klng and Queen Well crowned by Ray Throckmorton Aftel the plesentatlon of Kmg and Queen a speclal edltlon of the Mentor was glven to every per or at the dance Thls paper revlewed the game and announced the Kmg and Queen The paper also announced that we would have no school the followlng Monday There wcle games and other recreatlon whlch fllled out the evenlng s enjoyment The whole prom was a success and the students could not have asked for a better endmg to a pel NEW AND dxfferent hlghllght IH the SOClal whlrl of thls year was a Paper Party spon sored by the Student Councll Thls dance was one wlth a umque, but tlmely purpose, that of rams mg money wxth whlch to buy a Defense Bond Students brought the admlsslon prlce, whlch was a stack of papel SIX mches hlgh The papers were coll cted at he door of the gymnaslum and well over a ton was brought ln Thls party ended the flrst semester of school YY1tll a bang, and also made hlstory because lt was the flrst dance ever to be held ln the mormng ln M H S ONIETHING new and dlfferent was brought out for the Junior beneflt dance thls year A Gold Dlggers dance was the result Thls gave the glrls an opportunlty to take the boy that she want ed to and It also produced the feelmv for the boys that the glrls generally have Just before a party Am I golng to have a dateq Well lt seems that the glrls d1d prettv well be caus thxs palty was another success of the year The glrls had a tlme flndlng ways to the partv and It was suggested that they take llttle brother s wagon or furmsh roller skates It seems though that lf the glrl could not solve the problem the boy was mole than glad to The other speclal attractxons were the novel corsages whlch went all the way from vegetables, cxgarettes and perfume bottles to very nlce flowers Thls palty although dlfferent, was a success m everyones language It IS even thought the boys enjoyed lt , v I Q . y . 7 A v. . . . i 1 ' -N 1 C - 1 x- 1 . 1. 1. - ' 1 ' 1. 1 - 1 1 x ' . 1 . , ' , , I .- ' . 4 1 x- 1 'dv x 1 ' 5 - A .' , ' u , ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 I . 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' ' 1 - " 50 Duck Snow Whrte and the seven dwarfs and other Walt Drsney creatrons served as the table deeor atrons The mam event of the program was the rnstalla tron of the new offrcers for the followrng year s GR cabrnet The offrcers chosen rn the electron held -Xprrl 8 were as follows Patty Parrman pr sr dent Dorothy Brotherson vrce presrdent Vrrgrnra Hall secretary Lourse Teeter treasurer Ruth Fenton program charrman ACH YEAR durrnff May the hrrl Reserve city sponsors plan and serve a tea for senror grrls Thrs tea was for all of the grrls rn the senror class whether or not they belonged to the club The tea was sen ed after school rn the foods room There was no program and the grrls were free to mrngle wrth one another md talk The drseus srons centered around gradu rtron and plans for the summer and the next year Thrs w rs rlso an ex ccllent opportunrty for the grrls to become better acquarnted wrth the crtv sponsors who have helped the varrous G R groups throughout the vear EMBERS of the Grrls Athletrc Assocratron de crded to lcave a drfferent style party thrs year whrch resulted rn a Powder Puff Prom Each grrl took a frrend but one dressed as the gentleman, who underwent all the ordeals that men The grrls met rn the grrls gym and danced to canned musrc and lrght refreshments were served at rntermrsrson IY MEMBERS and therr dates met Aprrl 30 at the gate to Sunset Park for the annual H1 Y Date Hrke At 5 30 the group hrked to the south corner of the park where thev played baseball or walked down to Wrldcat creek and went wadrng After these varrous actrvrtres everyone was happy to recerve a sack lunch composed of hot dogs apples marshmallows and rce cream bars Around a warm campflre the group cooked hot dogs and roasted the marshmallows eatrng them wrth relrsh HOSE GALLANT senrors that were far srghted enough to have pard therr dues enjoyed the frolrc and galety of the annual senrors sneak on the Condray farm outsrde the crty lrnrrts Leaving at a very early hour, the 150 senrors and faculty enjoyed the glorrous holrday and par trcrpated rn the xarrety of games offered Most of the happy people were engaged rn the hrghlrght of the day Whrch consrsted of a hotly contested treasure hunt that end d wrth everyone concerned pretty well trred out and frozen The treasure was enjoyed by every senror that was able to get hrs hands rnto the general scramble The conrmrttee on eats drd ltself proud bv fur nrshrng delectable trdbrts of food that were de toured by all the senrors and faculty concerned A hungry senior was not to be found The eventful day came to an end all too soon but what fun was had wrll be remembered by all AY 15 WAS the date chosen for the Srgna ture Dance thrs year whrch was held rn the audrtorrum and proved to be qurte a gala affarr Dancrng to platters was the frrst feature of the evenrng for nearly an hour and at rnter 54 rmssron the musrc stopped and all eyes were glued on the throne where the Blue M queen was crowned After the ceremony the musrc was re sum d and the evenrng was spent rn scamperrng to and fro lrke mad to get everyones John Henry A few danced durrng thrs perrod but the majorrty were anxrous to secure a srgnature bX each prcture rn the annual As the guests developed wrrter s cramp danc rng was resumed and the party ended at 1130 sharp another success' 0CIQlLl LIYHQ The Pre prom Mrxer got them rn the groove Read on my frrends and that I ll prove A hobo queen rn rarments rare Rergned o er her subjects there In September the new students tea Where you got to know everyone even me The questron asked was Two lumps or three The food was gone but they strll had tea If you re ever been on a watermelon feed Everything rs great but the lrttle seed A jurcy slrce hrt you rrght on the head Next thrng you knew, you were lard up rn bed The Prgskrn Prom was the next one rn row Thrs the party that made every one 'fo Red whrte and blue the theme of thrs flrng And Jrmmy Warner provrded the swmg December the frfth G A A Powder Puff Prom Went off lrke an rgnrted bomb A good trme was had by everyone tlrere Grrls dressed as boys made you stare The paper dance was somethrno' qurte new You drd a good deed and had a good deal to do Srx rnches of paper and you were admrtted Whrle the chaperons sat on the srdelrnes and knrtted At the new golddrggers dance You got a chance to wear the pants Grab you a man and grve hrm a thrrll Have fun at the dance and you foot the brll Senror Junror made you go to town When your partner flung you around The Conga lrne was the evenrng hrt If the guy rn back drd krck you a brt The Pep Club threw therr banquet and dance Whrch was a thrng of utter extravagance Two pork chops on your plate you re havrng fun You turned for a moment now you have one fDarn that guy on the rrghtl The JUDIOFS gave the Semors a crrcus bold Our Senror Sneak was frne, but oh how cold -Xt the srgnature dance you srgned for frrends The Alumnr dance was all so now thrs ends Setter Kr Herwrg Ylnslly 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