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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
The Councll elected 'ts lt offlcers Ray Throele
morton presldent Lou Otto uce presldent D01
othy Lou xVllSOI'l secletarx 'Ind Wendell Oben
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
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
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THE CLASS GF 42 BGWS QUT
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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
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
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
Thrrtx three members of the class recerved schol
arshrp awrrds for work done rn therr sophomore
Football lettermen rncluded Earl Mrller Guy
Brown Vaughn Lundberg Bob Walters Johnny
Nl mr Morale'
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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
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
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
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