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

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B ILDING TO URRO THRU GH EDUCATIO HROUGH tl1e effox ts of tl1e capable faculty of Man l1attan High School the youth of today a1e being educated fo1 the wo1 ld of tomouow We the youth of today will have many obstacles which ou1 teacheis a1e Dlepallng us to meet It IS not so much the subiects they teach as tl1e intangible things they have given us the sense of 1espons1b1l1ty 1n1t1at1ve enthusiasm willing ness to coopeiate dependability fan play good Judg ment and most of all the ability to laugh to 1ea1n and to wo1k To acquaint us Wlth the ways of democ1acy the school system has been developed and established along lines s1m1la1 to those of ou1 demociatic natlon The Boa1d of Education which is headed by Ml P J Newman ieaches the student body th1ough the supeiintendent Ml 1' V Beigman and the p11nc1pal Ml H H Bishop and the faculty Just as the national gove1nment xeaches the individual th1ough the state govexnment F01 mo1e dl1ECt p1epa1at1on of the students fO1 to mo11ows WO11d a wlde and p1act1cal va11ety of COUISES IS offeied The school offe1s Enghsh home economics a1t p11nt1ng commeice mathemaucs fo1e1gn languages social science pubhc speaking science music manual HILS vocat1onal ag11cultu1e genelal shop and physical education Even though in each couise the 1eal1t1es of wa1 have been faced the su1eness of peace has not been lost Knowmg these things to be tl ue the Boa1d of Education and M1 Be1gman chose most ca1eful1y the teache1s to f1ll the vacancies which appea1ed du11ng the cou1se of the yea1 Being just as conscientious M1 Bishop was most thoughtful 1n his supe1v1s1on of both the student body and the faculty Silently but effectively active behind the lines was the Boaid of Education composed of six f11ends ne1gh boxs and pa1ents of the students M1 P J Newman p1cs1dent M1 Ray H Pollom vice president Dean R W Babcock D1 K F Bascom Ml G W G1v1n M1 T O McClung as well as Miss Clala Spilman cle1k of tl1e boa1d and Ml R C B811 t1easu1er It was with s1nce1e 1eg1ets that seveial of the faculty membexs left the11 teaching and f11ends he1e in Man l1attan High School I' is thxough thls act howeye1 tl1at then t1ue wo1 th IS proven So we 1831126 that they a1e willmg to defend 1n life those things which they have taught in school Ou1 fo1me1 school DUISG Miss Ma1tha B11ll is now seiving somewhe1e in the South Pacific as a lieutenant in the a1my nu1se coxps Ml RODQIL Boles fO1mCl biology teache1 IS now a se1geant in the a1 my in O1egon Du11ng the school yea1 Ml Wil 11am Cla1k was inducted into the a1my Too often the adm1n1st1at1on of a school IS taken fo1 g1anted We a1e about to complete a most successful school yea1 Befoxe we tuck the thought of It away 1n the faxthest COIHCI of ou1 memo11es to bung fo1th late1 in silent t11bute let us now thank these people f01 the11 kindness coope1at1on thoughtfulness and all of the many things they have done fo1 us It isnt facts alone in life that make fo1 the gleatest happiness its consideration and kindliness and sympathy. 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Jr .gg X' N jx. 8 mi i 10 lN r lurhlm w R xl llls. ln ll Q If lwlr Self Government KEY T0 DEMUCRACY HE Student Councll Manhattan Hlgh Schools goxelnlng body has callled out many valled and successful Dl0j0Ct.S thls yeal All ln all the COUIILII has had one of 1ts best yeals slnce ltS 18 Ol gaIlll'ltlOI1 Membels of the Councll wele elected last SDI lng llld took OVPI lctlve duty ln the fall ThlS years COIIHCII IS composed of Challes Mlllel and Bob BICVSGI senlols Dolothy StOVE1 and Blll Edwalds lunlols Don Bustel and John Busenbalk sopho moles Jo Ann Scheu Glenn Mungel Calolyn GIOYEI and Gale Kloefflel ex offlclo membels and Jlm Fallell leplesentatlve at lalge MI Roy Dul hflm 19 facultv SDODS01 Elected as the Councll s 0fflCC1S fol the yeal wele Bob BIPWCI plesldent John Busenbalk VICE ples ldent D0lOtlly Stovel sc C1 etaly Chal les Mlllel tl6"tSlll9I and Jlm Fallell collespondlng secletaly The Councll dlVldEd lts ploglam fol the yeal lnto tlllee pal ts plannlng fol the pleasule development and good tlmes of the students and faculty selvlce lelated to the wal cffolt and ploJects undeltaken fO1 an wen bettel school school splllt and leputa tloll ln OU191 Kansas scllools Fol the flftll successlve yeal the Student Councll opened lts D1 Oglam wlth a tea to welcome the new students Thls sel ved as a good means of bettel acqualntlng new students wlth the school and theu fellow tlassmfltes Glen MUHECI was genelal challman of the flISf blg D1OJ9Ct of the Councll the fall electlon of class Off1C6lb Latel ln the yeal the Councll conducted a SUIVSY to set what the student body thought of havlng the electlon of the class Off1tPIS lll tht spllng at the tlme Student COUHLII lnembels all elected The school voted foul to one ln faxol of changlng the electlons so beglnnlng thls spllng all school 0ff1C6I5 wlll be elected so that tllev can take OfflCC at the beglnnlng of the follow mg school yeal John Busenbalk was challman of the spllng electlon Challes M11191 was IH cllalge of maklng football was plepaled wltll the asslstance of Bob Blewel and Glenn MUng6l fol the champlonshlp Sallnl game It was a slxteen page booklet contalnlng plctules and wllteups of the teams Oxel 1500 coples WEIC sold The elghth annual Plgskln P10111 one of the SOC1 tl hlghllghts of the yeal was sponsoled by the Stu dent Councll The COUDCII also wolkcd wltll and backed the WOIK done by the Fedtlatlon COIIHCII 111 OIQQDIZIDS Teen Town sponsoled bv tht LIONS Club Tllls yeal the Councll has done Outotalldlllg, WOIR ln connectlon wlth the wal effolt It was ln cllalge of Wal bond and stamp sales A commlttee conslst lng of Donna Roots Maly Allce Bolen and JO1lIl Stllhe undel the dllectlon of TIEHSLIIGI Challes Mlllel wolked dullng the fllst semestel and latel Maly Allce was appolnted cllallman of bond sales Sevelal successful bond d11V8S V616 callled out Student Day was a new D10JECt It was held lil Feblualy aftel a thlee week wal bond dllxe ln Wh1Ch the quota of 1200 dollals was mole than quadlupled The nlne students buylng tht lalgel lContlnued on Page 56' ,. Q ' t . I , I .xx 'T ,sit S'I'l'lll'lN'l ' l VII., Sm-urls! Row M . I 2 , sponsor, Buster, Klum-l'l'ln-r, Svhl-u, llrv 't-r, Stover, Glen ur, M illvr. First ll ' Ml wr, l":ll'r1-ll, lllls- ll rl , If 2 ds. 1 I V . . . . h . v H 7. . L ' I 1 ,ni Q . 4 's v . I . . l . . ' "lc I . . - ' 1 I . . I K . ' I 1 . ' 2 ' ' . ' ' ' . .-,.l. ,A ll. ., ' . ' I ,' ' ' l lf. - - .Q ' . . , . - programs for the year. A special souvenir program I v I - s' A ' ' l . -. '- . l' .v K C V . 1 . , . . . , . . . 4 . . - - . - ' ' ' ' , .' 'z . 4 . . . .. ' .'. K 4 . . V ' . . v 4 . I ' ' ' 'A c 4 . , , , . - x ' , . . - Q . v . 1 ' ' 1 A ' I ' ' Y V ' V . . sk, I . - ' 1 ' ' . . . . - , 1 . .' , ' FUUNDERS OF TEE TO - HE Replesentatlve Councll of the Home Room Fede1at1on cextalnly dese1ves a vote of thank fl om the entne student body fox 1ts wolk th1s yeal Each home loom elects one pexson fxom 1ts g1oup to sexve as home loom xepxesentatlve Once a week tll the leplesentatwes meet ln a gxoup to dlscuss ploblems of the school By electlng them 1n th1s mannel the membexs of evely home loom ale ln a posltlon to make sug gestlons dnectly to the 1ep1 esentatxves Vexy often ploblems concelnlng the bettexment of ou1 school ause 1n home loom meetmgs and ale taken by the LOUDCII membel to the next meetlng Tlns yeal Waltex Gage JI was plesldent Jo Hiillletl Hofsess SCLIELBIY and L D Compton txeasuxel FOI many yeals all the hxgh school students of Manhattan hate desned a place to dance and have lecleatlon whexe only hlgh school age people wexe pexmltted The Replesentatlve Councll declded to undertake the p1oJeLt of woxkmg out a solutlon to LIOHS Club Teen Town was stalted A commlt tee of Councll membexs fiom the lngh school wlth a 1ep1esentat1ve gxoup nom the nmth glade and Sacled Heaxt zcadc my met Wllvll the LIODS Club to staxt the new o1gan1z'1t1on On the commlttee we1e Waltel Cage Ross Mlllex Vngxnla G1Dgl1Cll B111 Johnston Saxah Uhlch Katheune Edwalds Duane Blough and Jo Haxuett Hofsess The laxge hall xn the Chambex of Commelce Bulldlng was glven as a sultable place fox dancmg The loom was entnely xedecoxated 1n pastel colo1s wlth mulals pamted on the walls A new Juke box was mstalled and supphed wlth all the lat est lecoxds Almost eve1y week new 1eco1ds are The Federation Council added to the collection Plng pong tables and games we1e set up axound the xoom fox those who ple fel games to danclng To obtam a membexslnp to Teen Town a fee of twenty f1ve cents was pald M6mb8lSlllD IS 11m lted to students 1n gxades n1ne to twelve 1nclus1ve elthel m the hlgh school 01 the academy Mem bexs of the Llons Club act as chapelones at Teen Town evexy Fuday night In the futuxe pexhaps 1t w1ll be open othex nxghts also Soft dunks axe always sold and sometlmes hambulgexs ox hot dogs may be obtamed The lepxesentatlves see that the coat check 1oom and the kltchen ale lun pxopex ly Also someone must be statloned at the dom to see that only membels ale admltted Guest caxds may be obtalned by membels who ale hav mg out of town guests pxovlded the guests ale xn hlgh school One outstandmg event of Teen Town occuued on St Pats Day Undel the duectzon of the home loom xepxesentatlves a gala dance was held Ray Stokeleys oxchestxa p1ov1ded the muslc fox the evenlng The hall was decol ated 1n the tladxtlonal Malch 17 colo1s of gleen and whlte F01 leflesh ments evexyone enjoyed cokes douglmuts and hot dogs whlch wele on sale Dunng the dance p1ctu1es we1e taken of the Councxl membels and of the cxowd at lalge Seven membexs of the Llons Club wlth then wlves acted as chapelones The spaclous Chamber of Com melce loom was glven ove1 as a game loom fox any who caled to paltxclpate W1thout a doubt thls ventule to glve hxgh school students a place fox wholesome 1ec1eat1on has been a successful one and the home 1oom 1ep1esentat1ves have eamed much cxedxt fox then haxd wolk on thls natlon w1de ploblem Rl'lRl'Sl'N1AlIVl Q OUNLII hlrnl Rmvs J mhn on Ga 1. Mlllu' Lary Wenzel 'N cond Ron lxoltmun Whltnuh H11 C lmzrnh Rmmnnln L nnpton ln-xt Row Stout Jacob LH Crxppen Wll on Quinlan Gage Not lll pnturt Ulrich Vall Romh 9 , , u , ' . ' S . . ' . . . - 2 1 1 ' ' .. ' - r n . 1 , 1 . - l L 1 L ' . . . ' ' ' ' I this problem. With the help of the Manhattan ' , ' . ' ' ' ' ' ' . . 2 , v ' ' .' ' ' . . 4 1 I ' S I I ' n ' 1 1 w I .,l 1' 1.'I"" -1 ' ' ,. 'r' U- 1 S , 1-4. '-. ' . ' . s.- '-'- , ' , A 'se-ss. I' " , ' 1 '. 's , "' ', f' , - 5- , ' , ' s , ' , . 10 TODAYS GRADUATES- TO ORRUWS CITIZENS nl I ll 1 Walklr rtnmn r I C l U N THE evenlng of May 18 our flnal cul taln went down the end of the last act oul SCHIOI yeal Some of us W616 happy and some of us wele sad but ln the healt of all could be found a deep sentlment f0l MHS In the comlng yeal mole than 6381 befole we wlll leally be made to leallze how much tllls school leally has meant to us Most of the boys wlll leave f0l a blancll of the SCIVICE somewhele IH the states and then to DESLIHHLIOH Unknown Du11ng thls school telm of 43 44 the leallty of thls Wal has been folced upon us as we lost sevelal of oul boys to the SCIVICC befole they WSIS able to complete then senlol yeal These all llght guys left Cheel fully hopefully and wlth a splllt thats bound to bllng on then tl umph Calloll Roehl Dlck Clevlston Flances Lov ell Johnny Boles and Bob Rogels chose the navy as thell tempolaly Caleel They must know the IODES by now and well depend on them to show then fllends back home the How s and Whys and Whats of belng ln Uncle Sams navy In the fall of 1943 we chose Oul class colols loyal blue and cleam and oul class flowel the Amellcan Beauty Rose Educatlon leads to knowledge knowledge to success IS the motto of oul senlol class of 44 As membels of thls class we wlll nevel fol get oul tllumphant football season Those games W616 oc caslons maklng evellastlng memolles Those boys had wele belng ably suppol ted by the gn ls and boys on the bleachels Gllls yelllng Johnny you can make It Scalp em Jlmmy Knock lm down Bob and CIIGEIIIIQ' the whole team The Junctlon C1ty game was enough to g1V6 anyone the chllls It was thls yeal that we bloke all l6C01dS Gosh t was wondelful' Then to glve the season the ap plopllate flnlshlng touch we had oul annual Plg skln Plom Was It evel solld wlth a capltal S' It was that nlgllt that we clowned oul Plgskln Plom queen and klng MIIIIG Domlno and Bob Slack All yes anothel nlght to lemembel O KEEP us on the llght t1 ack we elected tlllee leadels HOWHIG Elmel plesldent Cllalles Walkel vlce plesldent and Dwlgllt Koltman sec letaly tleasulel wele oul thlee efflclent class of flCC1S At the top ol OU1 entlle govelnlng body the Student Councll Bob Blew 61 was elected D1 esldent It was thlougn hls able admlnlstlatlve ablllty ln coopelatlon wlth the othel councll 0fflCelS the Student Councll the Fedelatlon Councll the stu dent body and the teachels that such beneflclal HCLIVILICS as oul ual bond campalgn democlatlc electlons D1gSk1I1 plom and malntenance of oul sacled llonol roll wele successfully executed Flom oul class W618 C1131 les Mlllel Bob BICWCI and Jlm FSIIEII as Councll leplesentatlves and Jo Ann Scheu and Glenn MUHg61 as ex OfflC10 membels We attended sevelal dances aftel football and basketball games ln oul hlgll school gym but on the evenlng of Feblualy 12 we attended anothel all school affall the Gold D1gg6lS Ball sponsoled by the Junlol class The gals showed the fellas who was boss that nlght and the males took the femmes fol 6V61y cent they had No small Wold llke Fun O1 Swell could CXDI ess how much we leally enloyed oulselves that Hlghf Oul senlol play was a mystely entltled A Mul del Has Been Allanged and Jlm Fallell Challes 1Cont1nued on Page 201 WARD I' I MI- R Stull lt l ml Z lxzrunl 1 Ilr M II I kt tbull 4 I1 1 l rx Ill on ll Tl fl TI Il IISWAIIxI'Ii n I UI lnu NNKIIILI Hum III lr nu ul1I :rung QI l lun Aw 1 lrlnu M n lr nm un M :mall ll n Bum L II I I fl UWlI uns ll 1. o lnl 1 1 1 lr .AIIHILITI N 1 I KI ll r kmtlllll S3 t C mmultlt r lllll KORIMAN l lnnn III 1 l I' I' R 1 1 tnlt up IIDIIII' ilu lntru Z 4 St..lg1 Crlw l Natl nul Honor Soul El ll-, pr.-s' l -nt - , KH . ww' 4' Hry- vi -1--pr -sill:-nl f.l'l'JIS r1-r I l- ' ' . 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I ' .4, ' ' "' " " "- -I 'I'II'I-I:vI' 'l'IIII IIzIs 'I'I': 'is l'II'i'II z - .- - I I af ly W ll on Wolf Worrell Wm mlm an lCOlltlI'lU6d f1om Page 109 Esllngel Baxbala Baylles Jean Swenson Challes Wall-:ex Jo Ann Scheu Helen Ellmg Ray Hanna and Baxbala Dlayel poztlayed the chalactels Satulday nlght Malch 15 we honored the Jun 101s wlth the annual Sen1o1 Jumox dance We called the gvm Elmex s Blg House and It was behmd these bans whlch pxotected the publxc fxom these MHS Ja1l buds that we spent anothex eve nmg of heavenly dancmg Speaking of heavenly dancmg what about the Junlox Semo1" It defmltely was heaven amongst the Hawauan cieco1at1ons It was that nxght that the Junloxs sa1d aloha sen1o1s and 1t 1S now that we say Mahalo and malkal pomalkal Jl1l'110lS If you haven t an mtexpletel at hand we just mean Thanks JUHIOIS you 18 swell and lots of luck to you ARLY IN May we had ou1 SBHIOI sneak It was whlle we wele out ln the countxy eatlng and talklng that we began thlnkmg back over oux hxgh school caxeex In ou1 sophomoxe yea1 193 of us en texed MHS and elected Kenyon Whxtney J1m Fax :ell and Donna Jean P1escott as pxesldent v1ce pxesxdent and secxetaly txeasulex xespectlvely Ruth Ann Wolf and Howaxd Elmex were our Stu dent Counc1l xepxesentatlves Bob Saylox was the only sophomole to get a pant 1n an 1mpo1 tant play He poltxayed Elmex m June Mad We had our SODll0m016 pax ty on May 2 of that yea1 and then began thmkmg of oux next yeax In oux Junxol yeax Haxold Fleldmg Callled the electlon fox plesxdent whlle Ronnxe Webstex and Max Cook wexe elected VICC plesldent and secle taxy txeasulel We gave a f1ne Jun1o1 Sen1o1 that yea1 Due to cucumstances beyond ou1 contlol we had to spl1t om banquet and dance but the mght club ldea and the danclng went over all 11ght Ou1 Jumol play was Evel Smce Eve and some swell Rl' TTA WIISON D Molne 4 1 ub 4 lbrary Club 4 Msn or unc B ue M Stu Pageant 4 RUIH ANN WOIl' udent Counul lr m lomm u 1 r I 1 4 o Chl c nee Club Z lc r ll r 3 brury Club 4 lres 4 tx 1 S lx -1 lx J Ac ulemy of Science l 4 Page-unt S4 h mlurwhn Z 'Z 4 Nahonal Honor Soc! 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Z Gym Pxhllnt ' YNI- ROILSNLR R re en vuncl Ice 4. 4 c rea l'rl1 t u Dru lily! 1 n tl -nt Z Hybrld Comm Chr 1 4 RPTA TOBURLN eburm und St Mary 2 I A klds wexe 1n lt Jo Ann Scheu Bob Bxewel Bob Daly Max Cook Jean Swenson B111 Salelo Kxm Lukens I1 va Smlth Bob Stewaxt Maxme Sclnem 81 Helen Ellmg Glen Mungel J1m Dlown and FOIIIS Fuck We also gave the gold dlggels dance as the Jun 101s dld th1s yeax Aftel gomg over the detalls and speclal events of other yeals we qult xemlnlsclng and letux ned to school the next day fox some mole studymg On May 13 we lepolted to the hxgh school gym fox the Blue M slgnatule dance It was thls mght that we acknowledged the fact that we would nevel agaln xetuln to th1s spot for an all school dance We got oul Blue Ms got the sxgnatures of oux fuends and sxgned scoxes of othel books danced and made the most of the evening URING th1s school sess1on ou1 nation asked fol our coopelatlon as a school ln w1nn1ng th1s wax It asked that we cut down on a few cokes see a few less plctule shows save some money and make a wise lnvestment-ol xather an lnstallment on oux futuxe Th1s was to be done thlough the pulchase of war bonds Duxxng these campaxgns we wele detexmlned to show how strong ou1 behef and falth ln a gleat xnstltutlon was and we dld' The mstltutlon of coulse IS Ameuca and we showed ou1 strength as a stock holdex by doublmg and even trlplmg our wal bond quotas We wele wlllmg to do thls because we axe suxe that we shall be xepald wlth double oul money back Even lf we dont have the actual money xetuxned pxonto we wlll be repald wlth things llke oppoltunltxes the foul fleedoms schools and convemences that Ameucans know so well Today we axe gxaduates and tomonow we le cltl zens Flom day to day so many of oux Joes J 81 ks Heels Stmkex s Supex men Casa novas and othel males of thls semol class wxll be leavmg for the SBIVICC They w1ll be leavmg behmd lCont1nued on Page 621 Nl. 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FINISHED A GOOD BEGINNING N SEPTFMBER 1 1943 we sopl1omo1es en teled the l1alls of MHS to enloll fo1 ou1 soph 0111010 vc Il of school In ou1 mllld was cu11os1ty 1nd '1nx1ety COIlC9lIllIlg the futu1e envy of and 1dm11'1t1on fo1 tl1ose JllIll0lS and sen1o1s who w Llked uound w1tl1 that co11f1dent feehng and we may exen say a COIlC9lT,6d an Maybe tl1ey a1e 111st1f1ed now though All tlnough ou1 l1fe IH JUDIOI h1gh school we he 11d about the p1on1 klllg and queen the Blue M queen tl1e Blue M tl1e pa1t1es and tl1e plays and the IfI1l1IIb of gOll1g out w1tl1 a football Il6l0 and the 11110115 1et111t1es eonneeted wlth tl1e l1fe of a student 111 MHS Up lllllll tl11s yea1 we have had to t1ke the b1ck seat 111 all of these affa11s We had el1ee1ed tl1e football p1aye1s but we l1ad no pa1 LlLllI"Ll DLISOXIZLI 1nte1est 111 them Of cou1se we would l11ve had tl1at 1nte1est lf tl1e chance had been QIVCII us but we w e1e 11ot so fo1tunate so we 16111 11ned Just .ndent ICUHIICIS f1om tl1e s1de hnes We watched tl1e uppe1 classmen put on the plays play basketb 111 hstened to them talk of the pa1t1es but 11ot u11t1l tl11s yea1 we1e we fo1tunate enough to ttke pa1t 111 these affa11s But begmnmg on Septembu 6 1943 we 11-rally we1e on tl1e f1ont 10W 111 the 11ea1t of the act1x1t1es Afte1 l1f1w111g, emolled we we11t to ou1 classes fo1 6 We eyed ftll those tall b1oad shouldeled sen1o1 boys to say notlnng of tl1e sl1o1t ones 01.11 l1ea1t eunl up 111 ou1 LIllO'1L5 when they smxled at us 1nd '1 few of us developed butte1fl1es 1n ou1 stom aeh Ot 1011189 ou1 boy f11ends we1e g1v1ng the tue to tl1e se111o1 gn ls too We all had ou1 t11als and t11bul1t1o11s that f11st day but IL was 1eally fun To st 11t tl1e yen off llgllt many of us Jolned tht H1 Y and G R. o1gan1zat1ons fOl a yea1 of good wholesome D1 OSI uns both entextalnlng and educa LIODTI F1on1 ou1 sopl1omo1e class seve1al of next ye Ll s le Idblb fo1 tl1e Gul RESGIVCS and H1 Y WSIS ehosen E CHOSE as ou1 le'1cle1s fo1 0111 fnst yea1 B111 D1ly DIPSICIGIII, W1lly Whltney v1ce p1es1de11t llld Maxnn Yenxwlne see1eta1y LICHS lllll LILEI 111 tl1e yefu B111 Dalv mox ed to Wash mgton D C so Wally Wh1tney was act1ng p1es1 dent Rep1ese111111g, us 011 the Student Councll we1e JOIlll Busenb 1111 1nd Don BLlSl,9l wl1o was elected to leplue Betty Sue W11son who moved away B111 Slddens a xeal swell guy left fo1 tl1e navy Clllllllg the f11 st se1neste1 On Oetobe1 '73 two o1gan17at1ons tl1e G R and H1 Y p1ese11ted tl1e11 annual play Slxteen 1n August Tl1e cast was ably suppo1ted by fou1 of ou1 sop11omo1es namely Sl111ley Kmg Pat11c1a Nel son A1v1lla Johnson and Ehzabeth Pe1k1ns On Nove1nbe1 20 we attended 0111 fllst P1gsk111 Plom Boy was 11,6161 swell' T111s was to chmax ou1 supe1 pe1fect football season that well neve1 fo1get It was a p1og1am dance and du11ng Intel m1ss1on tl1e k1ng and queen Well c1owned M1ll1e Dom1no and Bob S1aek 56111018 we1e g1ven the l1ono1s but we l1ad fou1 f1ne klds f1o1n ou1 class 111 tl1e 1unn1ng They we1e Ma1y Ahce Bolen and I1ma Lee S1monton fOl quz en and L D Compton and John BLISSDIJRIIKI fo1 kmg On the evenmg of Decembe1 11 ou1 l1ome 1oom motl1e1s sponso1ed a pa1ty fo1 us We 11 Ld '1 g1eat tlme 1111916 also danelng and playmg games Leap yea1 w as at last made evldent on tl1e mght of Feb1ua1y 12 We guls 1eal1y l1ad ou1 cl1ance and dont tlllllk we d1dnt glVe those fellas tl1e 1un ZLIOUIICI T11 it was a n1gl1t to 1emembe1 It ce1ta1nly was w1tl1 ou1 l1elp that the l11gl1 scl1ool as a w l1ole exceeded tl1e11 va1 1ous Wal bond quot ts and we also cont11b11ted to the school sp111t UR ANINUAL sop11omo1e pa1ty was l1eld on Ap11l 20 and It too was '1 success AS1d6 f1om tl1e danees held afte1 basketball and football games ou1 soc1al 11v1ng D1 Ogl am 1n hlgh school was te1m1nated by the Blue M s1gnatu1e dance Even though 1t may sound l1ke we danced and we11t to pa1t1es all the t1me we 1eally d1dnt We stuched and Clammed f01 tests and fmals we have t11ed to make plans fOl ou1 f11t111e and have Cel ta1nly tl 1ed to be an asset to tl1e scl1ool Many of ou1 3611101 boys tl1at we have admued and talked about w III be gomg out on all of the battle f1onts of the wo11d the 1un1o1s may leaxe us ln the same fasl11on but we ce1t'11nly l1ope tl1at they wont haye to At a11y 1ate well be l1e1e to wel come any and all of you back to the l1alls of MHS We a1e golng to t1y to keep up ou1 good wo1k IH 1na1x1ta111111g ou1 school as the one tl1at you l1ave made lt We1e su1e tl1at we along w1tl1 tl1e Jun 1018 w1ll keep It golng and make 1t tl1e swell place fo1 next yea1 s SODIIOIHOICS that you l1ave made 1t fo1 us In closmg we wo11ld l1ke to say that we w1sl1 you all the luck ID the wo11d and please 1emembe1 we ll be back l1e1e 1001lI1g fo1 you Come see us any t1me ou1 d00lS w1ll be ope11 to you God bless you fellas and gals' " O 0 1 , , ' ' ' ' ' Q , ' ' ' I 1 I f, . . .1 1 1 I V 1 1 -I ' , ' 1 I H V . ,Z . . 1 ' v 1 1' .' . 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A 1 1 11 v lllVll N uc D1 un 1 1 1 L 111 n nu M11111, 1 OND I Nl 1 1 ll mu 1 H11 kmr, l N11 r H1rr1 r 1 N11 1 111 I mpg l11ll11t11l111 Nl ryVNh1tn USING A FUNDAMEN TAL FREEDO IGHPOINT of the year of 1943 44 was on Feb ruary twenty frfth when the Journalrsm classes celebrated the twenty flfth year of publr catron of the Mentor wrth a ten page Srlver Annr versary edrtron There were other speclal edrtrons rncludrng an extra for the C K L football cham pronshrp Chrrstmas and the Tormentor the Aprrl Fool edrtron They also publrshed a srx page pamphlet durrng Educatron Week Next to the Annrversary Edrtron whrch was plan ned weeks rn advance the hrghlrght of the year was the publrcatron of the Blue M Numerous ac trvrtres were worked out to rarse money to rmprove the Blue M over prevrous years These 1ncluded a dance after a basketball game sellrng tlckets on commrssron sellrng prctures from past Blue Ms a rummage sale srgnrng the Whrte M and a play presented dur rng actrvrty perrod Everyone worked at these varrous enterprrses wrth the result that they were an overwhelmrng success Another b1g Job was keeprng the ser vrce 11st Re cent graduates of MHS each week recerved a Men tor whrclr rncluded a column tellrng what other S6lV1C6 men were dorng and rf possrble where they were Keeprng the lrst of men and their ad dresses was made more drffrcult because they were be1ng moved around a great deal In an attempt to clarrfy these drffrcultres the Journalrsm classes 1n co operatron mth the pr rncrpal superrntendent and the pr rntrng and 'nt departments sent out Chrrstmas cards rn December and rncluded a ques tronnarre askrng rf the Mentors vsere berng received Agarn thrs vear 10111 nalrsm attr acted enough students to Justrfy tuo classes In the publrcatron of the Mentor our future Journalrsts were grven ex perrence rn exercrsrng the fundamental freedom of the press Publrcatron was alternated between the classes for greater effrcrency and to drvrde the work more equally among students Edrtorshrp was passed around among the students each one edrt rng at least one page under the drrectron of a board ot publrcatron made up of tv1o students from each class They v1ere grx en expeuence rn all phases of newspaper work On March f11 st Mrss M11 ram Dexter took a posr t1on at Kansas State College be1ng replaced as Mentor sponsor and Journalrsm teacher by Mrs Elrzabeth Ellrson However Mrss Dexter sponsored the Blue M In addrtron to all the extra money makrng actrv rtres there were the regular Blue M sales Blue M Queen contest Blue M assembly and the Srgnature Party The Srgnature Par ty was the clrmax of the year for the Journalrsm students the Blue M s were out . - - 1 , ff N X N . he 4 5 1 X 1 K 7 A - , 1 . 1, A , G ,V 1 qi. l Ii. 1 v 1 1 ,ll 5 1 V' ' T - f ' X 1 Tl fl Vi' I .f l A ' V X . .2 . 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' . . . . ' ' ' , I - 1 u ' ' A4 ' Y! .' . . . Y u' w Q' I v ' . ' 1 I I '. ' .- , . . ' v, ' 1 1 ' I ' 'V I 1 I ' , 1 v n v v y ' - 7 I I ' ' 1 ' u ' 1 ' Y .. . . . , . . . Y ' . 28 S I DIANS UF '43- HE LARGEST turnout for football in the state reported at Manhattan High last fall and with a complete eleven of lettermen to form the nucleus of the squad, Lud Fiser and Bill Clark produced a team that fought its way through one of its tough- est schedules to emerge undefeated and untied, Central Kansas League champions, and rated as second in the state by the Topeka Daily Capital. The '43 team was the first undefeated, untied team in the school records and only the second unbeaten one. Manhattan scored 217 points to their opponents forty-seven. Curiously enough, the play which net- ted the most touchdowns bore the name "217". The numerous scoring sprints ranged from line plunges to a ninety-yard gallop kickoff return in the Wyan- dotte game. Deceptive Play The team was the lightest in years, but, out- weighed in almost every game, the Indians com- pletely baffled their opponents with their decep- tiveness and perfectly executed ball-handling. When opponents got in the team's way and tried to hold them back, the Redskins became an irres- sistable force, unequaled ln precision, deception, perserverance, and speed. The Indians were never behind in a game, and always took the initiative and tallied before their opponents. From the first touchdown, scored by Kenyon Whitney in the Lawrence game, there was never any doubt that Manhattan High School was being represented by one of the greatest teams in the in- Perfect Season b Teamwork stitution's history. Spo1'tswriters were amazed at the offense of the team and exclaimed that hours on top of hours must have been spent in perfect- ing the unerring attack-and they were right! For the Indians. no weather was too unfavorable or no hours too long. There were nine tough teams to scalp and a determined tribe was going to do it. The boys accomplished more than any other team in the school's history, but the best was the defeat of the age-old rival. After losing for eleven straight years to Junction City, the Indians broke the jinx in a thrilling, rough battle on the Blue Jay field. After that game, it was but a matter of time until the Redskins took over the league crown. Two very capable boys, Bob Srack and Harold Fielding, led the team as co-captains this year. Srack did a superb job of calling signals, and Field- ing was the offensive excavator who cleared the way for the touchdown jaunts. Many Honored After the season was over, extra glory was heap- ed upon ten of the Redskins. Never before had the team made such a clean sweep of the all-conference team or placed so many on all-state elevens. Man- hattan High placed two on the all-state first team, more than any other school: one was named on the second team and two received honorable men- Left to Right-Webster, Srack, Elmer, Fielding, Miller, Cook. 29 U DEFEATED C AMPS Squad of Stars- Is Key tion. Harold Fielding was selected as an all-state guard and Ronnie Webster was named as an all- state half-back. Howard Elmer made the second team as an end and Bob Srack and Jim Drown were given honorable mention. Fielding, Webster, Cook, Srack and Elmer were on the all-conference first team with Miller. Drown and Whitney in second team positions. Harold Cary and Ted Grimes re- ceived honorable mention. Webster was selected as the all-league captain. ANY CHANGES were made in the positions before the scheduled season began. All of them turned out well, and one especially produced great results. Bob Brewer, when a freshman, start- ed playing at an end position and stayed there through his junior year, failing to earn a letter. This year he was switched to tackle. There he earned a starting call and was outstanding in many games. Non-League Victories For the first time Manhattan scheduled a game with Wyandotte High School of Kansas City. One Wyandotte player remarked at the conclusion of the game that the Indians football squad could pass as a track team, since they repeatedly ran off for scores. Lawrence was also trimmed in a non- league counter. The Lawrence squad was cham- pion of its conference. The league race was only between two teams. The others were fighting it out for placing honors. Like Salina, however, the Indians had a tough time in defeating the one team that lost every game. Clay Center allowed both teams only one touchdown, al- though Manhattan played them during a heavy rain on a muddy, slippery field. Ted Grimes saved the day in that game when he caught a speedy Clay Center back who was touchdown bound, and the Redskins never again came close to being at least tied. Dramatic Finale After some tough and a few easy games, five C. K. L. teams had been removed. One, Salina, was left. Neither team had been beaten or tied and they were even in the league standings. The winner had undisputed possession of the league crown . To the loser went the laurels of losing only one game. Many games of fierce competition were behind that one, and they were boiled down to a contest between two formidable teams, Salina and Manhattan. The Maroons were heavy, but com- paratively slow. The Indians were light and fast. Griffith field was the scene of the encounter. A crowd of 6,500 screaming, hysterical homecoming fans jammed into the stadium and the two teams clashed. The Indians struck quickly a few min- utes after the opening gun and later tallied again: then the superior weight of Salina began to wear the Redskins down. The teams exchanged blows, but the Maroons pushed over into paydirt on a pass. Then, in a mighty drive which saw eleven boys playing as one, Webster scored the last touch- down of the season. The Salina Maroons, suppos- edly an immovable object in the path to the C. K. L. championship had been removed, and the Indians were the idol of the league. I..-fi to Right- Mumzvr, llri-wer, Drown, Cary, Grimes, Whitney. 30 ine- Games to MHS 14, Lawrence 6 VEN McDonald, sensational twice all-state full- back from Lawrence, could not have taken the spotlight off the Indians as they started their un- defeated season with a fourteen to six victory over the Lions. Our fullback was out of the game too, and Max Cook, all C. K. L. center, also was a spec- tator. Charlie Miller set up the first touchdown when he blocked a punt in the first minute of play. Two plays later, Kenyon Whitney spun off tackle to take the honors for the first touchdown of the year. Webster made the other one and the Indians were righteously in the groove. MHS 6, Seaman 0 Harry Fielding was unable to play in the Sea- man game. but Dale Gessell did a fine job in his place. Max Cook suffered an injury again and was replaced by Tom Flannelly. Manhattan was un- able to score on a quick, lightning-like thrust this time due to slippery footing, but little Bobby Srack found pay dirt in the second quarter for the only touchdown of the game, to win six to nothing. MHS 34, Chapman 0 If the Indians ever served notice as to what they had in store for other teams, they did it in the Chapman game. The Irish were smothered thirty- four to nothing as the Indians galloped off with their first league victory. Ronnie Webster made twenty-two points and Bobby Srack made a seven- ty-yard touchdown jaunt behind interference by Fielding and Elmer. Howard Elmer made the last touchdown as he dragged an Irishman across the goal with him after receiving a pass. MHS 25, Junction City 14 Everyone agrees it was the roughest game yet when the determined Redskins broke a jinx that had lasted since 1933 against the Junction City Blue Jays. Srack scored first on an end run and the blitz was on. A few minutes later, Webster crossed over into pay dirt on a touchdown set up by a pass interception by Max Cook. A few min- utes later. Cook repeated the interception feat Live in Histor and the third touchdown came on a pass to Elmer, still in the first quarter. The Blue Jays almost tied it in the second quarter with two touchdowns, but the Redskins held and late in the final quarter. Webster scored again. Final scorefManhattan. twenty-fiveg Junction City, fourteen. MHS 7, Clay Center 0 Phew, talk about muddy games, this one was it. That flat dirt pile at Clay Center was a sea of clay after a stiff rain hit and then the rain continued throughout the game. Elmer. Drown. and Field- ing were out with injuries and that really threw a dent into the line. Manhattan, in the form of Webster, scored in the first few minutes before the field became worse, but apparently the Tigers were accustomed to playing in mud. for they gave the Indians trouble throughout the game, which ended seven to nothing. MHS 27, Wyandotte 6 Wyandotte didn't live up to expectations, but the Bulldogs certainly threw a scare into the Indians during the first half. Webster had scored. but Davies of Wyandotte came right back to tie up the game at six-all at the half. That did not last long, however. On the kick-off of the second half, Elmer took the pigskin on a reverse and sprinted ninety yards to pay dirt. The Bulldogs had not yet recovered when Srack went fifty-four yards for another touchdown. A few minutes later, Wyan- dotte, still dumbfounded, was scored upon again by Webster on a seventy-nine yard jaunt. Wyandotte was humbled twenty-seven to six. MHS 33, Abilene 0 It was a grand "Dads night" for the Indians as they scalped the Abilene Cowhands. All the boys were performing well and Coach Fiser substituted a lot to save his mainstays from possible injuries. An eleven made up mostly of sophomores and jun- iors made the second touchdown when Cleavinger S Left to Right Flanuelly. Cleavinger, Simuntuu, Nabours, Thompson, l'l'IIL'1',Fllllllltllli, Dirk:-ns, lfriek, went over in the second period. Srack made two touchdowns and Grimes and Whitney made the others. Patterson of Abilene gave the Indians a lot of trouble and kept Webster from scoring a touchdown on a beautiful play. MHS 53, McPherson 6 The Redskins ambushed the Bullpups. The lat- ter never knew what happened and on their home- coming, tooswhat a pity. Every back on the starting eleven made a touchdown and the best part about it was the voluntary shifting of the line- up by thc players so that a blocking back could carry the ball and score a touchdown. Grimes, El- mer and Whitney each made a touchdown, Web- ster made three, and Srack two. The touchdowns came so fast that the score keeper didn't catch up until the game was over. Manhattan was vic- torious fifty-tliree to six. MHS 18. Salina 6 The championship game with Salina was every- thing that a football game should be. Six thousand five hundred hysterical homecoming fans ran over the sideline every time a team appeared about to score. Webster finished a brilliant football career by scoring all of Manhattan's touchdowns on un- usually short runs. Every one played his very best. making up for their decided disadvantage of being outweighed by playing harder. Grimes set the stage for the first touchdown in the second quarter with a beautiful pass interception. After working the ball to the six-inch line. Webster scored to put his team out in front. six to nothing. In the third quai'ter. Knight intercepted a pass and the Ma- ioons drove seventy yards for a tally. In the fourth quarter. a bad kick by Salina set up the next touchdown for Manhattan. The ball was rest- ing on the four yard line and the entire Indian line seemed to push the Salina team back as one man. Webster scored again after several successive tries. The final score was eighteen to six. eaving in Glor CHARLES MILLER. Charlie was undoubtedly the biggest lineman and best tackle on the Indian squad this year. Goof played a rugged game at the left side of the line and at the end of the 31 season was chosen on the C. K. L. second team. HOWARD ELMER. One of the finest ends ever to play on a Manhattan team, Weasel scored sev- eral touchdowns on passes and was one of the toughest defensive men in the conference. How- ard was i'epresented on the All-State second team and was a unanimous choice for the league first team. HAROLD CARY. Harold played at the other flank and was another rugged defensive man. Although not on the receiving end of many passes, he was a capable recipient. Cary placed at honorable mention on the league team. BOB BREWER. Not a previous letterman, Bob took over a tackle post at the first of the year and never relinquished it. Bob was perhaps the most improved boy on the squad. As an offensive blocker or defensive obstacle he was an outstand- ing lineman. MAX COOK. Max was the team's morale builder. keeping up a constant chatter. He was also one of the best centers ever to play for an Indian team. At the end of the year's play, Max was voted on the first team, C. K. L. GLENN MUNGER. Glenn was a reserve tackle: however he saw plenty of service. Glenn was a letterman in his junior year. but injuries kept him on the sidelines most of the season. JIM DROWN. Jim missed several games this year but was still one of the finest guards in the con- ference. Jim broke his nose midway in the sea- son and was out of three games. However, he received honorable mention in the All-Star bill- ing and was chosen for the All-Conference second team. HAROLD FIELDING. One of the squad's co-cap- tains, Harry was recognized as an outstanding guard. Although Harry missed several games on account of injuries, he was chosen on the All- State first team, an honor which speaks for it- self, and was a unanimous choice for first team confei'ence all-stars. RONNIE WEBSTER. Acclaimed one of the great- est backs ever to don a Manhattan uniform, Ronnie was a triple threat artist. and his quick. dodging, powerful runs netted him the high scoring rank of the team. Post season all-star selections found him on the All-State first team and a unanimous choice for captain of the All C. K. L. squad. KEN WHITNEY. Ken played blocking back and was a major factor in many of the Redskins l.--I'l in Right I-lilwarils, Lewis, Dzillinmi. Gessu-ll. Iles, Eslingcr, Husier, lisilih-rson, Gage. touchdowns He was also an able ball ca111e1 and a f1ne pass rece1ve1 All C K L l1st1ngs found Ken on the second team BOB SRACK Bob co capta1n and qualtexback was second to Webstel 1n total polnts SCO1Cd and was equally at home t,lll0WlI'lg O1 catchmg passes Sxack was lated hono1able ment1on on the All State team Whlle the league coaches placed h1m on the f1rst team JIM ILES Play1ng h1S f11st yea1 of ball Jlm was a tall pass snatchex and lettexed at end CALVIN SIMONTON CHIVIU was also an end H1s fllSI yea1 he was a 1el1able 1ese1ve FORRIS FRICK FOIIIS was a stxong defenslve end As a xesex ve he could competently hold up h1s end of the l1ne DALE GESSELL A guald Dale spec1al1zed 1n dodg1ng th1ough the l1ne to make a tackle Called upon to IEIIBVC 1nJu1 ed playels he perfo1 med wlth ab1l1ty BILL SPENCER In h1s flxst yea1 of football B111 gave a capable pe1fo1mance He was not a staxtmg back but was always xeady when called upon Credlt to our Coaches UD FISER head coach of football and t1ack IS a gxaduate of Kansas State College whe1e he He spent seven yeals School befoxe he came WHS on speed and decept1on He has 1eady fox use a play fox any s1tuat1on WhlCh m1ght a11se Exh1b1t 1ng an adm11ed quahty of fa11ness he has W0lk8d fox pexfectlon w1th stax 01 ICSSIVC allke Lud a1 med w1th a pleasmg pelsonahty and an accla1med abll 1ty possesses the adm11at1on of the faculty stu dents and commun1ty B111 Claxk asslstant coach IS new on the coacl1 mg staff th1s yea1 He teaches 1n the COmm6lCl8l depa1tment and has been 1n Manhattan two yeaxs Ml Clalk g1aduated fiom P1ttsbu1g State Teach CIS College and was asslstant coach to Challes Socolofsky fo1me1 MHS coach at I-I1awatha B111 tutoxed the l1ne and much of the teams success IS due h1m Elmex Johnson 15 the head basketball coach and has chaxge of the B squad football team Mucl1 c1ed1t should go to h1m fox the development of fu tuxe mateual fox Manhattans football teams He came fxom Counc11 G1ove last yea1 and also IS a gxaduate of P1ttsbu1g Kansas State Teachels Col ege C K L League Standlngs Manhattan Salma Abllene MCPh81 son Junctxon C1ty Chapman Clay Centex Future Champs a fme team h1s fust fo1 h1s effolts th1s yea1 by undefeated squad Lud system of plays cap1tal171ng hex e KAY CLEAVINGER. 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W NNERS SPIRIT ED md fxghtxng but vexy xnexpexxenced cage squad unclex the capable leadexshxp of Coach Boots Johnson opened the 1943 44 basket ball season wxth onlv thxtx xaxsxty lettexmen and one xesexxe lettexman The lettexmen vtcxe Captaxn Ronnxe Webstex guaxd Chaxlxe Mxllex Centex and Ted Gximes fox waxd Bob Sxfxck guaxd was a xesexve lettexman The team expexxented an unexentful season as fax as xxxns axe Concexned tomxng, xn last xn league play mth no league wxns Howevex almost each game was fxlled wxth excxtxng aetxon the Indxans often shoxxxng up well the fxxst half but not hatxng the seoxxng punch to xemaxn xn the lead DEFEAT The anxxous Bxaves opened the season at Em pox xa by takxng the Spaxtans twenty exght to twen ty foux xn a thxxllxng openex Wxth a vxxn tucked undex then belts the Redskxns Jouxneyed to Chap man to open the confexence season The Ixxsh handed the Indxans a defeat to the tune of twenty foux to twelve The next week found the Redskxns at Abilene whexe a xagged game wound up thxxty foux to twenty foux xn favox of the Cowboys Salxna was next on the lxst and xt was the fxxst home game fox the txxbe The Maxoons gave the Indxan men thexx woxst defeat of the confexence season wxth a lopsxded scoxe of fxfty two to fxfteen Fxnney of Salma gaxnexed twelve poxnts and was hxgh scorex Webstex Sx ack Mxllex Howax d Sxmonton Dallxnga Rogex s Ramsey Gehx ke Pence G1 xmes Iles Flannelly Cleavxngex Plummex Guax d Cvuaxd Ce ntex Foxwaxd Fox waxd Guaxd Fox waxd Centex Guaxd Fox waxd Fox wax d Centex Centex Guaxd Guax d ' 75 .l L ' h 'sv I K b , 'x . . . - V. - . -- V,-v I L, . 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OW Mr l ter Sr L g r a mga e r nc ea g r rown ln r 1 R w r r l r Gr m 5 H w r e er ann umm r lm ll n r n l-lr t R w S uthar n 1 er nu kn r an lrr Rant Bu nburk Mull r wart: Edwards Bell a hm l r Du ln Meh n Clay Centel came to Manhattan and a tlght game ended wlth the Tlg9lS gettlng hot ln the foulth qualtel and comlng out on the long end of a thllty to twenty foul scole The MCPHCISOD Bullpups then played host to Manhattan but D1 oved to be D001 hosts by tllmmlng the Indlans thllty nine to flfteen A non conference contest wlth the Lawlence Llons gave the Indlans thell season s hammlellng ln a fifty flve to seventeen lunaway Back ln league competltlon the Redmen played host to thell tladltlonal llvals the Junctlon Clty Jays The Jays qulckly D1 oved thell supellollty by a fol ty one to seventeen scole The tllbe started on the second half of the sea son by loslng a thllllel to Chapman twenty foul to nlneteen and ln a close thllty to twenty game at Sallna the tlioe neal ly won out ovel an ovel con fldent Maloon f1VE The basket eyelng Abllene Cowboys came to the Manhattan lall to hand the Blaves a thlrty foul to twenty nlne defeat but only aftel a hot foulth qualtel' Slack was hlgh fol the tllbe wlth seven polnts Joulneylng to Clay Centex the Tllbe found a de telmlned Tlgel flve and took a fol ty two to twenty drubblng and agam the next nlght the MCPHCISOH Bullpups wele too hot to handle and Manhattan was on the sholt end of a. fol ty f1V6 to twenty foul scole Playlng out of the league fol the last tlme Man hattan was edged out by a keyed up Empolla quln LEAGUE STANDINGS Pc J unctlon Clty Salma McPhel son Abllene Chapman 4 Clay Center Manhattan 0 tet Lhll ty seven to tllll ty one ln a tlghtly contest ed last qual tel Sl ack was hlgh polnt man fol the Indlans fol the flfth Stlalght tlme The last game of the league season at Junctlon Clty found the Jays gunnlng fol a champlonshlp and thele was no stopplng them The SCOIC was folty flve to twenty seven wlth Sandels of the Jays captullng twelve D0lDtS In the Reglonal Toulnament at Junctlon Clty the Indlans dlew the league champion the Junctlon Jays and WBIC defeated folty nlne to twenty two closlng the season fol the Redsklns INDIAN HUUPSTERS APTAIN Ronnle Webstel was the Indlans lead 81 on the coult thls yeal Even when the going was toughest Ron kept the team togethel wlth hlS SD11 lted play at guald Ronnle was an expert ball handlel and thls coupled wlth hls coolheadedness enabled hlm to be one of the best cage captalns GVBI to don the blue and whlte Challle Mlllel was the blg tall boy who Vely ably leplaced Lou Otto at centel thls yeal A clevel 16 boundel Challle was often lesponslble fOl the bas kets that WSIB cledlted to othel boys ln the box scores Bob Slack was an all alound athlete ln MHS Bob IS small but he IS a thl ee spolt lettel man thls yeal and was a malnstay ln 8V6ly one Hls spec lalty was the long looplng shots that lnvallably blought the clowd to lts feet Bob s play at guald wlll be mlssed next year Bult Howald was a newcomel to the Indlan camp thls yeal but he wasted no tlme ln makmg hlmSE1f wldely known by hls blllllant play at f0l wald Burt 1S a one handed shot altlst and many Indlan polnts ale cledlted to hlm Calvln Slmonton was out fO1 valslty basketball fol the fllst tlme thls season Hls play at fOlWa,1d was the dllvlng style of play that seemed to put hlm out ln flont ln the scollng blacket Calvln was one of the Indlans malnstays of thls yeal s ball club LContlnued on Page 371 35 'l'Ol' li f . lfshup, Webs , S a'k, Ro e s, D ll' , G h ke, Pl- 4-, Cl vin v , D , tru' l- . Svwlml 0 'MM . Fisc , Hos'l- , imvs, Ra se ', 0 ll d, ll s. Mill , Fl ally, Pl 0 , S' 0 to , M . Joh son. " s o f-So ll, Nelsru , S'lk , l" l v , N 'z u. s, se , 0 . S '., I - ,, r -s, M l- ' , Bulls' sun, '-k- s, ' cu . ' 1 1 ' v - , . W L t. . - , . Y ' ' ' l,,,l.. l ,e.. 10 2 .833 - ' ' - - ' ' . ' -,,,-,,,..v,-..... 9 3 .750 ' ' - - - ' ' Y-,---gY,,,,,, 8 4 ,666 ' ' ' ' . . ' ' ' ' ...lll , ,lll...l,. 7 5 .583 , 'D , I, ' , ----,,---,,---- 5 7 . 16 - , - '- ,. 3 9 .250 , ,,---,--Y---,- 12 .000 ' 36 Powerful Track Team pholds Tradition HE TRACK team, under the direction of Head Coach Lud Fiser' and Assistant Coach Boots Johnson, started the season as the defending champs of the league. Approximately fifty-five boys checked out for the sport this spring, among them eight lettermen. These boys were Bob Srack, Howard Elmer, Harold Fielding, Bernard Dallinga, Ted Grimes, Bob Stover, Forris Frick, and Harold Cary. Two of last year's stellar speedmen did not return: Bill Siddens had enlisted in the Navy and Ray Hanna became ineligible since he was taking college work. The Indians showed a well-rounded strength in several pre-league encounters. The C. K. L. meet, in Manhattan May 5. was held at a date which was too late for publication in the Blue M. The first track meet with Wamego, on April 4, proved the power' of the Indian team by a top- heavy score of 122 to 36 Howard Elmer took high honors by winning the 100 yard dash 220 yard dash and the 440 yard run totaling fifteen points Five teams met at Junction City the following week to clash rn furious rivalry with Manhattan edging out the Junction Crty Jays Manhattan and Junction Crty contested the lead up to the mile re lay where MHS outdrd the Blue Jays to take the meet The final scores were Manhattan 5512 Junction Crty 50 with Chapman Clay Center and Wamego followrng rn that order Tom Flannelly Junror shot putter and discus thrower was high point maker vrrth a total of nine The Indian thinclads emerged victorious from a dual with Clay Center, easily taking the Tigers 84 to 48. Flannelly again was high with eleven points. The main attraction of the meet was when Man- hattans Kramer beat Testerman, of Clay Center, believed to be the second fastest runner' in the league. HERE were a number of outstanding trackmen this ycar. Ted Grimes, a junior, lettered for hrs second year with excellent performances in the high Jump, broad jump and Javelin. Tom Flan- nelly, junior' weight man, was a regular high point man for the Indians in the shot put, discus and cen- tury dash. Dick Nabours was a mainstay in the discus and Kay Cleavinger took places in the weights. Bob Stover won consistently at the pole vault, and following him were Gehr'ke and Frick. The Braves were well represented in the mile run by Burt Howard closely followed by Glen Hifer' Bob Srack showed up well rn the high Jump and hurdles but excelled rn the broad Jump where he very often took first place Fred Rogers a sophomore was a newly developed winner rn the hurdles and was pushed by Eslrnffer Hosrer and Allen The quarter mile run was handled by a host of talent including Edwards Rogers Cary Van Valkenburg Compton Herwrg and Hoke Pence and Lewis ran the half mile event rn a scoring pace while the dashes were rn charge of Navarro Kra mer Brewer Machrn and Flannelly Several relay teams vt ere composed of these boys AL lx SQl All o 4 rr :wars 1 ruin an rn r unrurg rrx lrwr ourth Rrw Mr Pr-au' roarh six rd rr rn r err rnr i 4. r r rtnty rrgel Cr ant r Jilin on touch Fhrrd xx rr rn ivu u rrurr. ryrr I u r cr 4 nr I rrmr rr Co r rim S ovrr rr mga oe ompt n Bu wrr rr mm r I' dw irc lenre Markrntuslr Hosni Bustnbrrk Nararru lrrrk Iflrrnnelly Brwrom Nrbour . v r r . , , . 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AlhlEtES AIIIHHCE Indian Hoopsters CLUB IS an actlxe boys olganlzatlon ln oul school whose membels have made a f11St team lettel Ol a IESBIXG lettel XD one O1 mole spolts The co SDOHSO1 shlp of the club thls yeal was Shal ed by Coach Lud F1591 and Coach Boots Johnson The clubs OfflC81S fol fl1St semestel wele as fol lows Jlln Dlown plesldent Halold Caly VICE plesldent Max Cook S9C16ta1yt1EaSU1C1 Challes Mlllel ploglam challman Glenn MUHQCI soclal cllallman Follls FIICK selgeant of alms The of flcels fol second semestel wele Glenn Mungel D1 9S1dEHf B111 Spencel VICE D1 esldent and D10g1 am cllallman Kenyon Whitney secletaly treasurel and Bob BICWGI social challman As has been the custom fol the past few yeals 'lll llew membels of the club WSIB given an lnltla tlon DHILV Such lefleshments as law eggs law oystels and salt vlatel WSIB on the menu The pledges wele also lequlled to weal a football shoe 81 ound 1111611 necks dllllng the week D1 CVIOUS to the lnltlatlon palty Thl end of the football season found the club Plgskln Pl om Queen Mlldl ed Domino was elected queen and Bob Slack an M Club membel was elected king AHOLIICI actlvlty SDODSOIPG by the club was the annull faculty XCISUS valslty basketball game ln which the val S1tV came out on the long end of the S0016 Dllllhg the veal the club had many flne plo glams They langed flom talks and speeches to dcmonstlatlons and SD0ltS plctule shows The yeal s D1 oglams VNBIB of lasting IIICBI est and benefit to the club membels 1Contlnued flom Page 35' Ted Gllmes lS a fast moving sule shootlng fol vvald Thls was Teds second veal on the valslty and he has anothel yeal to go so blg things ale ex pected of hlm He was the only undelclassman who was a consistent stal tel Elnle Pence IS the basketball captain fol next season Elnle IS a tall sllm folwald who plays the game ln a flnlshed style He IS well llked and with 1115 playing ablllty at fOlW3ld the Indians undel h1S leadelshlp should go a long way next yeal Tom Flannelly IS anothel boy who Wlll be on hand again next yeal Tom played centel thls yeal and dlsplayed much sklll and fight He IS a good leboundel and a good passel next yeal should be h1S blg yeal Kay Cleavlngel was a hald dllvlng guald who was nevel ln one place mole than one second He was a flely boy and he helped to keep up the SDl1ltS of the whole club Kay dld not see much actlon thls season but he has anothel yeal which ought to be llls tlme to shlne Tholnton Gelllke IS anothel newcomer to MHS Tholnton 1S a guald and has sllown that he IS as smooth a ball handlel as they come TIIIS yeal s expellence wlll have given hlm what It takes to be a Stal tlng guald Don Plummel was a tall guald who made mole than hls shale of shots flom the back llne Anothel Junlol h1S agg16SSlV6 play netted hlm sevelal stalt lng bel ths Bob Ramsey played elthel centel Ol folwald Bob had plenty of competltlon at both posts but he was always avallable when needed Bob Wlll come lnto hls own with the expellence he gained thls season Fled ROg8lS a sophomole folwald was getting the expellence which IS so lmpoltant HIS play at folwald was something to watch thls yeal so next yeal ought to be one to lemembel fol Fled Wlth eight letulnlng valslty lettelmen and thl ee IESEIVC lettel men Coach Johnson Wlll have the needed matellal to folm an outstanding basketball team fol Manhattan ll mu Suncu Cnry llc Nlbour Iflmlr S Lund Row Fhomp on Ifdvw lrd Whltmy lr ll Ill ly., Nrlck PIT t R xx Mr Johnson sponsor Gllmt Llnnlnglr W bstlr Munpzlr Dllwn Ill d lg ll Not Ill pllture Dalllngu I ' , . C . Y , ' . . . . . ' K ' . l. -v ' . ' ' ' A C ' . 1 I . .'l .' A V . - - . l - ' .. . ' members nominating ten girls to be candidates fol' - - . - . - ' '. . - z l v - - ' ' - A 4 M CLUB. 'I'h' 'll Row -Bro " '. Lewis, I 1 ' ' ', , I" " k. 2 s, I ' . Qu ' -' 5 , I Vg 5, ' l , Mill- , Fl I1 'lly, G: nf, .' z " s ll l- , ,- ' , v ' -' -5' ' l f' . ' t. - . V , ' ., , "' -I il , Mr. l"isvl', spu sur. ' " 1 ' . HDIEJALS IF R PEACE, AND WAR Il EACHINC Tovtald the Best IS one of the many goals which the G R Club sets up as its alm fol the yeal and f0l llfe Thloughout the weeks of 1943 44 each gill endeavoled to attain the best Some of the activities which helped to stlengthen H115 pledge and pelhaps cally It out were a Go to ChL11Ch Sundax on which membels attended the Fllst Baptist Chulch a contllbutlon to Tuskegee Institute sending flowels to town hos pltals and sponsollng the Thanksgiving assembly Thlougll glvlng shallng and Just wolklng fol oth CIS 5629131 steps wele taken towalds the Best H1 Y and G R combine on sevelal occasions dul lng the yeal to put on ploglams The Revelend Claude Lal ge of Kansas CIKV accepted an lnvltatlon to be at MHS two days dullng Feblualy fol the Youtll Confelence He spoke ln a Joint H1 Y and G R assembly to the student body as a whole and also with lndlvlduals who wished to consult him Othel Joint DIOJSCCS Thanksgiving baskets August exchange DlOglaI1'lS and a Battle of the Sexes included the gathellng of the annual play Sixteen In Cabmet mcmbels of the Gill RCSBIVB this yeal yeal WSIS plesldent Dolothy Blothelson vice DIES ldent Rutll Whltnall secletaly Helen Elllng tleasulel Maxine Schlelnel ploglam challman Maly Ikafold music Cllallman Anne Bowman publlclty chauman Jo HHIIICC Hofsess soclal cllallman Jo Ann Scheu and SGIVICQ chairman Jean Waltels These gli ls met evely Tuesday noon to discuss DIOIGCLS and any business befole the club G R sub cllallmen Calolyn Glovel Elalne HOWCHSKIDC Rutll Ann Wolf Eileen Gleen Dolothy Phllllps and Dolls McClung were competent ln fulfilling thell duties In Feblualy each cabinet membel and hel sub Challman attended the United Plesbytel lan Chulch as a body ACH cabinet membel chose a lady to act as hel clty sponsol Mesdames F V Bergman G H Glotey C T BIBWSLGI H M Stewalt H H Bishop T O McClung J D Alnold C C BICWC1 and H L Kuglel wele those who consented to be of help at any time Sponsols f01 thls yeal MISS Belgel MIS Calk lns Mlss Houghton and Mlss Johnson sulely de selve a tote of thanks Annually the g111S set up alms ln the line of DIOJCLDS which they believe will be helpful to otll GIS Sevelal DIOJCCLS wele Callled out IH connec tion wlth almy hospitals the sending of plng pong paddles checkels puzzles blldge S0018 pads and EBSEGI napklns as well as othels Gills of thls club supplied the local Red CIOSS Wlth six lnch knitted SQUHICS f01 afghans This yeal as usual the fllst two meetlllgs wcle open to all g111S ID school In tllell tlllld meetlng the G R held the annual lecognltlon SCIVICQS Each membel was glven the club llbbon which lep IGSBHLS those hlghel goals The yeal s meetings wele held on Wednesdays dullng actlvlty pellod Implox lng and developing pelsonallty and pelsonal appealance headed the ploglam tlleme fol several meetings Humol appealed as well as Otllel tal ents such as muslcal numbels 'lf' Nat' QAIHN lllllllli. 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S 11 RENGTH T UGH SERVICE ITH AN act1ve membe1sh1p of OVCI one hun d1ed t111 H1 Y enjoyed one of 1tS most suc cessful yea1s Due to t11e 11s1ng cost of watexmelons 110 W8.t,f'1II'1E10I1 feed was held but t111I'1gS got unde1 way Wltll t11e annual Fathex Son Potluck w111ch was a blg success Next on the 11st was t11e H1 Y G R play S1xteen 1n August T111s play clea1ed mo1e money t11an 11ad any play 111 sexeml yea1s and was well 1ece1ved Du1 mg the T11a11ksg11111g, a11d C1111St,IT1aS seasons the H1 Y and G R 1o0pe1ated 1n gathel mg baskets of food fo1 needy fanlllles Slzeable cont11but10ns wue made to t11e Wa1 Chest a11d Red Cxoss A 1a1ge box of games hohdav napkms wash cloths and a 10b6 xms sent to t11e Vete1ans HOSDICRI at WildSW01L11 Kansas Outstandmg fe'1tu1e of t11e yea1 was t11e annual Youth Confe1 ence T111s yea1 the speakel was The R1 ve1end Claude G Lalge f1om Kansas C1ty Kan sas H1 was 111 M11111atta11 fO1 tvxo days du11ng w111c11 t1me 11e was '1va11ab11 fo1 confe1ences He spoke to t11e H1 Y 'md G R one d'1y and to t11e 8111.116 student body the nest day A C1l11S1.I'I'1"LS txee 11111c11 had been p1o11ded by t11e H1 Y was deco1ated by the H1 Y and G R cab 111ets afte1 a potluck SIIIJDGI The cablnet also held 1ts annual ea1lv Il10lIlll1g b1eakfast 11111ch was glven bv t11e old membels The veally H1 Y date 111ke was held '1ga1n t111s y1a1 Wlbll Sunset P1111 as t11e meetlng place One of the most memol able events was the Mot11 61 Son Banquet Tl11s vsas 11e1d du11ng the last pa1t of t11e yea1 and was a gleat success Many mothe1s attended and the food was de11c1ous As ID 01,1161 yea1s t11e H1 Y had chaxge of the Easte1 assembly The Reve1end B A R0g61S was t11e featu1ed speake1 fo1 t11e EHSUEI SBIIHOH The Robed Chou sang unde1 t11e d119C1L1O!'1 of Elbe1t Fly The football season agfun found the H1 Y 1n c11a1ge of the candy stand The cab1net tl11s yea1 cons1sted of Ray Hanna p1cs1dent who 1651 ned to en1o11 1n college fO1 pa1t tlme v1o1k at t11e end of t11e f11st semeste1 Geo1ge Bascom uce p1es1dent who was p1es1dent second semeste1 Ted G11n11s sec1eta1y Paul Re1nn1ele t1easu1e1 B111 Kn1g11t V10Ild b1ot11e111ood chan man DW1g11tKO1tmaI1 SCIVICC cha11man CIIRIICS Wa1ke1 publlclty chanman Hexb Joss dewot1ona1 Cllallmall and Ross Mlllel D1Og1am c11a11 man The SDOHSO1 was M1 ROg615 who 11as been spo11so1 fO1 seve1a1 yea1s I have come to see that by fax t11e most c11t1cal battle fxelds IH t11e nat1ons a1e the schools Any ldea 01 1dea1 VK111C11 vou w1sh to haxe dommatz a nat1on must f11st lav hold of the thoughtful boys the amb1t1ous boys tl1e boys of v1s1on These 'ue t11e most potent1al elements of t11e 11fe of the ne tlons What you would put IHLO t11e llfe of '1 nat1o11 put It 111110 the sc11ools John R Mott wt l Alil 1111 11111. 11 1 11111 y 111111 1 11 m r 11 1 111 1111 g 1 111 r B111 111115111 Dxught lxortmxn f 1 ' . , '- ' ' - .- ' 1 . .' 1 U 1 1 1' 14 1 1 1 Y 1 1 1 1 4 1 ,L ' - , . u 1 4 ' ' l 11 - - .. - , , . . . . 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SIIIIUIIUH HE Sclence Club was as ln the past few yeals the laxgest mtel est club 1n the school Its mem bexs numbexed ovex exghty many mole belng tux ned down because of lack of facllltles The club IS sponsox ed by Mlss Shaneyfelt M1 Rogexs and M1 Bulchette The foul 0fflC9lS who gulded the club thlough a successful 43 44 season wexe B111 Salelo plesl dent Ernest Pence vlce pxesldent Ruth Ann Wolf secxetaly txeasuxex and Jlm Fanell ploglam chanman The club was chvlded mto f1ve gloups so that each person could pulsue h1s own fleld of xntelest The d1v1s1on of electllclty was led by Ray Hanna avlatlon by Challes Walken chemlstxy by Phllllp DePuy blology by Geoxge Bascom and photog laphy by Floyd Noldex Altelnate weeks the gxoups met togethel to take cane of bus1ness and to have pxoglams wlth outsxde speakels The clubs fust blg event was the lab plcnlc but only twenty membels came Due to the sugax shox tage xce C1 eam on stlcks was puxchased to 16 place the home made kmd usually pxesent Hot dogs and hambulgers cooked Bunsen buxnel style wexe emoyed lmmensely by all The second bxg actxvlty of the yeax was the scl ence assembly which was glven m Mal ch The p10 glam pxesented by B111 Salelo Ray Hanna Ruth lCont1nued on Page 561 'ron' ' nel.. F -c---n.-, . h S . - 2 , - , -. . . 5, 5 .- , 'rh-- n f---1-ul,-. .-n, J. 1 .-.-,I -h, 1 1, ,1 1-., B-ll -. s-- 1 a 4 r. ns --h- ,,, . V, : 1, 'fu- l '-. 1--huh, '1 -'fn-, , k , H ,- . lf' V a c ll' -. nil' y, 1-. , ..- ., ' , s-l' -, 'rh -, M-ilu -. " ,l me '- Q- '- ,- . -, Q Q- - , fl , -' , 43 I f i I Latlns Premiere RGANIZED this year. the Junior Classical League made a fine start under' the sponsor'- ship of Miss Frances McKenna. It was open to all students taking Latin or those who had two years of the language. Leading the League as president was Maxine Schreiner and assisting her wer'e Gene Lovett, vice- presiclent: Duane Blough, secretary: Dick Parker, treasurer: John Weigel. program chairman: Shirley King, social chairman: and Ruth Wlritnah, publicity chairman. Fifty-two active members were striving to carry out the objective of the League-to hand on the torch of classical civilization to the modern world. The Junior Classical League is a nation wide or'- ganixation composed of many groups, known as chapters in secondarv schools throughout the United States and its terrrtor res These groups act as separate entities entrrelv self governed Specific requirements for membership are decided by each individual chapter A snrall srlrer key rs worn by each member The club had four meetings tlrrs year At the frrst meeting Chaplain H E Blough talked At another meeting there was a round table drscussrorr compar rng the advance of Hrtler with Caesar s enlarging of the Roman Empire overs Cf USIC HORTLY after school started, the Music Club reorganized for the coming year. Elber't M. Fly, the sponsor, was in charge of the first meeting in which the officers were elected. They were as fol- lows: Charles Eslinger, president: Joyce Reboul, vice-president: Phyllis Hugos, secretary-treasurer3 Shirley King. program chairman, and Bob Eschen- burg, social chairman. The first problem presented to the club was what could be done in helping the Red Cross. The collection of pocket-size books and magazines for the soldiers overseas was one of their worthwhile contributions. Through the aid of a committee, the club sponsored a project to give the assembly programs a more impr'essive opening, This was done in several ways, one in which the flag was spotted in a blue light with the auditorium in com- plete darkness as the flag salute was being given. The club had several outstanding programs this year and many talented guests who were interested rn rnusrc and have had some valuable musical ex perrence Club members were rn charge of some of the programs and the talent of the school was surprisingly rcrealed The programs presented were not only good entertainment but were of in terest and contained edrrcatronal value The enrollment of the club this year showed a total of erghtv one members whrclr was an increase of twenty eight members over last year N our r rr s IIIIII tru mu ri ussv I 1414 rr1.n s I rr rr I-us ir W Irrnrr rr u ru rim mm 1 rr rm uri M rgrrrr r ru r rr W r rrr Holsass Wrllrrrms rn rr Nrnrorr umrrl mx s 4 rrr spurrsrr rr r I, Nthmrnrnl ur I rrxrs r ry I orwnn in Ihr r r mr rrxxmri nl, rr I or I our., r In rth M rrluvs U II I II lil I I Ill III l IIIIl K IIIII I C IIIIQI Y LIIII Nll r 4 s soo v rrnr rr :rr Snlr-.Irrrr mlsrrll rr rr urs in rt r rri uw ours r at r r no rx Mit lung Sw rn II I l ut Il U K I I Ilt Il IILU I SDUII III' mr to u rr r r rrrrc in I rronlorr uri .A r nn s it rson rx lx rrrp s ru r I r ri IIIL, rrs I r Wir rar rr rrnrlr rr I o Mullmr r ry, s rlr 1 rr IIIW nr rt 1 Il III rr nr I rur I x urs I I mira Urn rr our I nt liuylrr no ur rr rs I I s I5 Ilrrrrrs Jmrrscrr Mrhrrrtg M rrlrrr Rtboul Srrglr Vusty Whitt Second IIUW1 ll I+ schur pu turn Wrllrums IrA'l'I CIrIlII. 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Mr. Ifly, .' s . S - Ii 45' ii. Al I' , I'm'i1'r', W'l"r:I I, K' ', I I 's, Sir , K' 'IIs, I rl I'ier'ur-. All I 1 I , Cu ': , ' - :li -. CI risii ', Cr-rlx' 'I -rg, Joss. PIII' '. If' 'JI Inv- '-I II, ll: Ivy, I. ur, .I. Mill - ', N -ls rr, ", I," - - In", I'I.'l' r:'r', .I I .'l r, D"k' s, Ili I, II I . W'II , AI '12 I-', I.. Ur -r, III. '- s, I' '-I. N in " -fe "rs, A. M. L' 1 ", Er IJ, lu wt, , "Q, 1 .'- , -" ', z - ' , - , ,"- -, . - , ' -, ' ' , . . 1 1 . 1 1 5 I tn K T ll 111111111 1112 M1g1111 11-k m 1 1111 llll 1111, 1 11 KNIHH ll y Dur 111 111gr11h 0111 111111 1111 1 4 ll I 1 111 LIFLAVIU lung lx 1111 tr 1 Huw 111111 M 1111 1 1 11 lrllll n11 1 Mannerly Maidens Good eighbors HE ETTA Kette Club t111s yea1 CODSlSted mam lv of UIldtlL1aSSI'l'l9I1 Undel the sponso1sh1p of MIS L1tnl111dt the club was led by Maxy Ann BIIIHVHII as pltsldent S11e was alded by the VICE pI9SlC19I'1t No1ma Magnus sec1eta1y t1easu1e1 Rosa Jane Allen p1og,1am chauman Joan Penley 1nd 801181 tha xmar Heli I1 Pa1sons T111 fust SOLIII event of the season was a pa1ty 111 the fall lhe membels 1nv1ted boys to be then guests and had a scawengel hunt A11othe1 putv NX as l1eld at Mls L1enha1dts home bcfme Cl111stn11s The guls made pape1 hats fox the sold1e1s tt the USO Afte1wa1ds 1ef1eshments 11010 selxed At one of tht club meetmgs M1s Kuk w1fe of the Mttl1od1st ITIIDISLEI d1scussed the DIODSI d1ess md etlquette fo1 chuxch Seve1al meetlngs we1e dexoted to makmg pape1 hats fo1 the sold1e1s At the Cllllstm IS p1og1am the guls d1ew p1ctu1es of Smtl Claus llld a P1118 was glven fox tl1e best ch IVHIIE At one of the meetmgs the guls 16V16W6d what they had lt 1l1l9d The objectlve chosen by each IIIEIHDEI of the Etta Kette Club tl11s yeax was the 11np1o1eme11t of hel conduct and pelsonal appeal .mu HE MEMBERS of botl1 the fust and second yeax Span1sl1 classes o1gan1Lec1 a club tllidel the sponsolslup of Senoxa Koon as ID the past two yea1s Jo HHIIICL Hofsess was elected DICS1d6Ht She was aSS1St6d by Ruth Whltnah as VICE D1 esxdent and ploglam chauman D1ck G11ff1ng as t1easu1e1 and Pl1yll1s Ma1t1n as secletaly Latel on ln the yeax Beve1 ly Cuddy was elected as soclal chauman The meetmgs we1e lughhghted by Val IOUS speak els and p1ctu1es wexe shown Games wele plave the 1dea beh1nd evely act1v1ty bemg to b11ng the membels closex to Spamsh customs and ways of l1v1ng Vocabulaxy and songs W616 emphasued pal t1cu1a1 ly The soc1al l1fe of the club 1ncluded a C111 lstmas pal ty and a sp1 mg palty At C111 lstmas t1me games we1e played and the p1nata was bxoken Du11ng Pan Ame11can Week a d1splay of Latm Ameucan thmgs was placed 1n a showcase 1n the mam hall of the buxldmg Couespondence was Callled on Wlth peoples of the Ameucas that 316 assoclated w1th Spanlsll Most couespondents wele 111 South Amex 1ca The lettels lecelved V1616 1nte1est1ng and beneflual to the membe1s l'1'l"I'.X Kl'1'l"l'lC. l'I,l'li. 'l'l1i1-11 Row H1-1-lt. Massey, H11 'l:111, All - . I-'1'i1-k, C1-111111-11. S1-1-111111 Rm' V M s. l,i1-nh: wit, s111111s11r. 'I :1yI111-, W1-II1, ll 1 " . K , 1 s, First Row l':1rs1111s, Hr' sun. l'1'11l1-y. Hn- ph'll, GI111-1-1'. l'11lI11n1. F11 1'11y, N111 i11 11i1-t11r1- l'1hl1-rs, K: 1, M1 fu' ', Std! er. SP1 .' l'l.llH. 'l'l1i1'1l Row l'1-ters, I. IT , 'l'z1ylo1', f. Aye. Hz ks, G4 '- , M 1 '-. Ko - ly, 1'l1,', 811-111 l tow- H11l's1'ss. .Ml:1l11s, l,Zlllll1'l', Wh'l z h, Ii f ' . " . 'll , G' I: ch, Q 's. C i 0 ts. 1-'ist Row J:11'ul1se11, HHIIIS. V1'I'lsiIle1. 'V1'lHl'l1-11111, I LUN. Mrs, K111111, s11o11s11r, M: ' , Pollom. S 'th, Gln 11-r, Hush. Not 111 1111-ture Grif- i'i111:. l':1rs1111s. 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 'y 1 'A'- I H 2 ' ' V ' ' 1 1x1 ' 1 1 ' A1 . .' . . A .' , . ' ' - . S1 . I ' ' ' l ' . 1 ' ' ' ' ' i .1 1' 1 . A. , 1. . ' .. ' . K, . i ' " 3 , is V' vi A 1 1 S . ' . ' . . . . ' 1 .' . ,, l . . . 1 . v . ' ' 1 . A. L. L K . , . . . ' , . ,. 4 Q - , . I ul. il.. I ' . L. . . - ' ' .' 1 1 . ' 4 ' 1' ' ' 1' . I 'V . 1 - - - 1 . 1 , ' 1 .. ' 1 ' ' I I , ' . ' '. - ' . . . . 1 h I I 2 ' V X 1 I 1 . 1 ' 1 1 ' V I ' ' K , t ' . . ' . . ' .' . ls. . . . 4 ' . . . ' . 1 - - - - i 2 i., 1 -'fl 1 ' V 1 1 'z " . - ' T.. ' . L. . ' . 1 . .' ' K. 1 'z ' , . - ' ' ' " ' ' , ' ' . , . , , 'L. 1 . . . . ' .' . ' , , , , , 1 . 1- 11 1 ' y 1 4 1 ' ' 1' lhnkhng Rh Books OR A number of years certain students have been working in the library, but no credit was given to them. Only recently was the Library Club established as an interest club. It was formed be- cause more help was needed in the library, and many students desired the training necessary to be librarians. Now two years old, the Library Club was made up of thirty members who assisted Mrs. Bertha Taylor, librarian, in the numerous duties of the li- brary. These included learning to catalogue books. checking books in and out, and shelving books. A further duty was to enter the new magazines on the record, place them in their respective places. and check them in and out. The members suggest new books for the library to buy. This year Ruth Ann Wolf presided over' the club. Mary Herrton was vice-president, and Jim Farrell was the secretary-treasurer. Mrs Trylor has trained the members who work in the lrbrary for future work In various Jobs They have come to the realization that books make their lives rrclrer fuller and lrapprer Mrs Taylor the sponsor of the club has gone far rn assisting the members to learn library techniques and etiquette Many of the former members have gone into rolls ge and downtown lrbrarv Jobs 45 Hanan Pep NCE AGAIN this year' white sweaters, blue M's, Indian heads, and navy blue skirts reigned on Fridays. Pep Club members were all out for this seasons football and basketball games, and cheered our teams on to victory. Helen Elling and Joyce Reboul, were the two cheerleaders. This year's officers were Iris McLeod, president: Bonnie Dee Taylor, vice-president: Wilma Roehl, secretary-treasurer. Miss Kathryn Phillips was the active and enthusiastic sponsor. Janet Mounts acted as stunt chairman. An initiation picnic at Sunset Park marked the beginning of several social events. Pep club mem- bers sponsored a dance following the Wyandotte football game. The basketball banquet and dance were planned but later' were cancelled. During the year Helen Elling and Joyce Reboul led cheers in the assemblies which preceded the games Pep Club girls clad in football suits par trcrpated in one assembly giving their version of the coming game with Chapman Several members aided rn the sale of football programs at the last home game At all games Pep Club members and their spon sor were grun a special section from which to cheer the team on with yells of encouragement Mrss Adelia Ann Johnson Coach Johnsons daugh ter acted as the pretty little club mascot IAHX l llt I IIrIlrI s 1 Inu lx It lar I Sunni uw Im IrIrIrIII rx llll rr n In n Munn I or r ll I lin or sponsor Ir r Irym Wulrrr I In night W Il nt r Int I How 4 I ru I IIIIIIQ t N 4 ru rrrl I army I In ut on I Im I rr N I mm nun lhn on Suomi How I nrt mm Inmn I In unix an r llllll X r lrp-I pun-or First low Mark r Ir I In thu ohn In lun lll er litem Not IH pnture Anrhrson Looper 1 I 2 1 Ls xv ' 1 ' 1 A A ' v . ' ' ' u u ' , I, ' YA N 0 4' I 3. l ' ' l X . 1 I , 4 , . 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' " - ' , 7 . 46 Upportunities for NDER THE sponsorship of Mrs. Bessie Snyder' Burt, the Commercial Club again completed a very satisfactory year, despite the fact that there wer'e only eleven members. This club is organized each year for students interested in various types of secretarial or sten- ographic work and to help them acquire a better understanding and knowledge of the business world. Committees for the programs were shifted for each meeting. These programs consisted of spell- ing bees short skits, and other things related to commerce During the course of the year Dorothy Martrn social chairman planned a chrlr supper which was held at Mrs Burts home and also a prcnrc which was held rn the spring The annual tour of the local Triple A offices also proved to be interesting Here the club saw the professional typrsts and stenographers really on the rob They also were grven the opportunity to view and better acquaint themselves with various kinds of machines clraracterrstrc of a business of ice Officers of the club who ably carried out their duties dur ing thr first semester were Marie Trmma president Vonda Johnson vice president Char lotte Hopper secretary treasurer Second semester they were Vonda Johnson president who was re placed when she moved away by Mary Ellen Davis Gwendolyn Short vice president Charlotte Hop per secretary treasurer who also moved away and was replaced by Dixie Worrel and publicity charr man Janet Mounts M ,gui A 9 3' 754 refa- i""l Wohl "W Woman W' rJ0hlNll ajdllll .Emme- ldv!!! we if me kits ir aff' 'rf ork or Leisure HE ART Club, under the direction of its spon- sor, Miss Jessie Dobson, met this school year with a beginning membership of sixteen. Three members were dropped when they entered the navy. Elected as officers were Dean Winter, presidentg Bob Rogers, vice-president: Tom Marshall, secre- tary-treasurer: and Francis Lovell, program chair- man, with his assistants, Dick Creviston and Ben Wohlberg. The loss of the three boys-Bob Rogers, Francis Lovell, and Dick Creviston-meant the loss of two officers and one assistant Many types of programs were presented during the year including charcoal drawing contests frn ger painting portrait drawing contests and clay modelrng In November refreshments were served for the boys who left for the service During the winter schedule Miss Dobson was un able to be with the club because she had to be at the grade schools so the club recessed dur rng tlrrs time It was voted at the beginning of the year that there would be a fee of ten cents the fee being low because of a reserve of funds on hand Besides re freshments the club voted for the framing of two prctures one being the work of Professor Helm of the art department of Kansas State College The other picture was produced by Leonard Good pro fessor of Art at the Unrversrty of Oklahoma These prctures were purchased by the preceding Art Club UOIDIKR-CIAL CLUB Top .Rvl-In Burt. sponsor Clark Bath! lplfdlll, Dlvlx Ri!! HDPPCI' Wood Not in Kill! , . . . v I , 4 4 I . . . " ' ' - . . . , L . ' . . Q ' . . . v - ' v sl 1 V . -. I . 4 . A, . . ' - . V ' r 1 . '. ' ' . .' , ' . . . . .' ' ' ' . . . , . ' , K ' - . . 1 .-D . ' . , . . , .' . - . . . ' . Y V 5' v Y v . ' - . ' . . - . . ' t - . I x . I .' K . . . V . - , . . ' ' .. . ' ' ' .- . . . ' . ' . r , . . :E I . I . . . L e' V' 4 "img: 'af .. if ' svgfif ' wa- -ji mf My L .VA Mas., , .. ,rf- ' M f . f 1 nr-fevv v - , If ff . . 559.55 53-'rn' A - ,.,.,g '. .rv-Q rv Q 4-, fr Y' 1- V fajge, vg v gjryjq. ' rs - .ffl ' ' .. fb- f w r My . .:"' ' rt! - ' V," 4' 'iq ' 'f' 5" rr Y., . bf ,, A ,' .. ,'.' Z' , , , . , . -pm 4, rg, 'ff 'WH dizfrri'-' - r fc, 'H ,Wir I Q f - . 'r 1 . ., ,,,,. .--- V ,N 47 Action on the Home Front HIS YEAR was the tenth anniversary of the Laura Baxter Home Economics Club of MHS. Under the guidance of the senior sponsor, Miss Katharyn Zipse, and the junior sponsor, Miss Kathryn Whitten, the cabinet of nine officers out- lined an active schedule of social events, school activities, and programs. During final weeks, the girls sold ice cream bars and cokes in the main hall. On Student Day they sponsored a "faculty" program. With the coop- eration of Miss Whitten's boys' problems class, punch and cookies were served at the Pigskin Prom To show themselves to be good hostesses they started the social season soon after school opened with a tea for pr ospectrve club members A potluck supper accompanied the tortures meted out to the new members at the Halloween Party A gypsy fortune teller attended by ghosts and goblins read fortunes rn her crystal ball The party guests were led through the hall of torture by flrttrng ghosts Even with the limited supply of sugar available the girls not only managed the annual taffy pull at Christmas brit they celebrated their anniversary with a large birthday cake All the girls were rnvrted and several attended the box luncheon featured for hrglr school girls during Hospitality Days at Kansas State College In the spring the underclassmen entertained the senior girls and their mothers Several girls were N ORGANIZATION which is fairly new to our school is the Home Nursing Club for senior girls. This year it was sponsored by Mrs. Lillian Duncan, our school nurse. The officers elected were Jean Swenson, presl- dentg Mary Teaford, vice-president: and Patricia Beck, secretary-treasur'er. Club meetings were held twice a week when possible, so that the girls could complete the num- ber of hours of instruction required to receive Red Cross certificates. The girls studied first aid, symp- toms of disease, disease prevention and treatment. By demonstrations and practical application they learned to take temperatures make beds and grve bed baths The club plays a vrtal part rn the war effort by grvrng girls training which will help them in nurs ing careers or nurses aide work but the greatest the course will be shown in the rm proved health of the famrlres of the future benefits of awarded Betty Lamp Pins for outstanding work in the field of home economics at this party At one of their last regular meetings the girls elected their cabinet for the year 1944 45 The nrne cabinet members this year were Clara Rhoades president Marjorie Madden vice president Fran ces Wrllrs secretary Geraldine Gehrt treasurer Dorothy Molby social chairman Barbara Drayer program chairman Rosalie Townsend publicity chairman Eleanor Sommers and Marjorie Lueh ring music chairmen 4.4.- HOHI NURSING CLUB. 709801 Perkins Telford Bvenaou lov! Nixon Bottom Row-Schreiner Robbins Bunn Robin lon Obonnell Not In DDCIIN-Boot.: HOU! E CLUI. lhiflh lu!-htel!! 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' . , . 1 1 - -' 1 , , . 1 . , - D Zllgrlallggr Ogf wlggiflee FFICERS of the Manhattan Chapte1 of Futu1e FIIIHPIS of AI11GllCa tll1S yea1 WSIS Jack JO1 gtnson p1es1de11t Ed Mu11ay nee p1es1dent Lewxs H111 su1eta1y BLISLQI TIRVIS t1easu1e1 Law1ence Knntf Vt11,Ll1ClOg 1nd Bob ROg8lS IGDOILCI M KLlgl91 voc1t1o11.1l '1g,11cultu1e 1nst1ucto1 was the spo11so1 T111 club conslsted of fo1ty membe1s and fou1 ll0Il01 11v 1nembe1s Ed Iles Lud F1991 H H B1shop 1nd A L M1Gehee Some of the aet111t1es w e1e selhng ga1den seeds Ltlllllllillllg seeds Llidtlllg seed potatoes and 18 Dllllllg 1nd 1econd1t1on1ng used fa1m mach1ne1y 'lhcy tlso Dll1Ll18.SOCl mole Wa1 Bonds t11an any othel 111te1est tlub ID school and contxlbuted a la1 ge 1.1110111111 of sclap to tl1e SCIRD d11ve A slutmg pa1ty fo1 the chapte1 m6mb61S and tl1e11 d1tcs was 211911 Ap11l 22 The last soclal umnt of tht school yea1 was an old faslnoned hay 1 uk 1 de A contest to Cl9L8lIll1I16 wluch team contubuted most to tl1e w 11 effo11 chmaxed the yea1 The los mg team gene an all mght f1Sl11llg pa1ty fOl the dollfus 111 wa1 bonds and stamps Ext1 1 1ct1v1t1es COI1S1Sl,9Cl of plantlng twenty f1ve fllllt l1ees twzntv fue g1ape vlnes f1fty 1asp bc11y bushes ind twentv f11e o1namental sl11ubs Tl1e 1111 mbe1s co11st1utted f0ll1 poultxy l1ouses and one hog house and helped SDOHSOI a fa1m ma cl11ne1y evenmg school fO1 adults ln the Commun 1ty Tl1ey ass1sted by checkmg t11e tools fo1 the twenty one I'11glltS the school was 1n sess1on Dux mg the th1ee weeks twenty one falmelb attended and twenty one faxm II1aCl1l1l6S V618 lepalled and 1econd1t1oned Buste1 T1aV1b a chapte1 falmel won a 11und1ed dolla1 Unxon Paclflc SChOl31Sh1D Awa1d du11ng the yea1 S USUAL tl1e club obse1ved 1ts pest eladlca t1on contest Teams we1e cl1osen and a wal was waged agalnst spa11ows 1ats mlce and 01,1191 dest1uct1ve 1odents found on fa1ms The loslng team pald a fO1f61t The F F A Off1C6l Tlallllflg School was held at Clay CBHLQI th1s yea1 fo1 the Off1C91S of the No1th Cent1al RCQIOD Manhattan placed fust 1n tl1e opemng ce1emony Two annual events WSIS the Fathe1 Son Banquet Wll1Cl1 was held on Feb1ua1y 25 and t11e MOLIIBI Son Receptlon on May 12 Games a spook house and danclng WCIC the featu1e attlactlons at the Hallowe en pa1 ty wl11cl1 was gxven fo1 the fust tlme th1s yea1 a1med SCIVICCS A plaque Wltll tl1e11 names on lt hangs IH the chapte1 100m The club COHlZ11bl,1L8d to t11e wa1 effolt 3 382 doz en eggs 9 695 pounds of beef 4 105 pounds of poul t1y 1570 bushels of co1n 3 825 pounds of mutton Z 550 pounds of po1k and 8 315 pounds of potatoes 1 LN O 'KM 1- RK K :rd w 1 1 1 1 1 ml q1qund 1 uw 11 I ur mndluml Lollnr NtWIIllll Mulr 1 1 Mur 5 L 1 hut, tr p 11151 r Not ln 1m.tu11 1' rgu on bhlllllllkltn 0 , 0 5 2 u uk. s' ' 1 n 1- I ' ' x . I ' ' - ' . , . . , , . . . . . ' . . .. . ' ' Y ' ' . '- 4 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .v,. - V .. ' 'R ' I 2 ' V ' ' '. 1'. I' , V . ' . ' A .I C . L , . I . V .Y ' ' ' - n 1 ' 1' - 1 u, n I , - ' -' ' L V V ' . A U . ' h I r x - ' L V' nf L ' 1. ' - ' . - ' ' ' V . ' V V I I w x 1 . . , . . ' . K. .2 ' C . V I . . ' ' ' ' ' z vs ' .' A 1 " . ' 1 1 1 1 A- 1 V V ' I ' ' " A - .2 . .i . ' I . ' Y ' . . V 1 I xhf - ' 1 ' -' 1 . V ' V . ' . ' . ' K. V2 . . ' C .i - . 't - K L 'H l 1 - - - ' ' I w'i1111e1's. To date. members have invested 2650 Thlflly f01'm61' mSIT1bC1'S 31'9,U0W SQYVIHH Wlth U19 .2 k ' V' ' VK. kin. ' - ' .' . . ' - . ' I . , sq . .A - ' V - V' ' . - V' . L ' . - , . . . . . . . . . . V l"ll'I'llRl'I l"Al M1411 1' I" 1 I '1 . 'l'h' Ru 1-Ile-la, Di lu, Vzl'l, Bzllrlw. 131' '10, Arkv 'V Vzlrriolls, Hill' '-ll, 1 " I A Sh 4-11-I1u11, Hloukeolslxy, ll: ' y, llosivlh W ' , l '- , ' ' 2 , ' , First Row--Kiel 13, Iinvgn-1-5, 'l'1'uvi5, . 1'zn', Hill, J111' 'cusp-11, M '. ' 'I - , 5 1 51 , ' ' - - A- '11 5 , ' Setting T e Stage For If Slxteen In August HE FIRST play of tl1e 3011001 yea1 was tl1e H1 Y G R play SIXLBGII In August a hght 1e11n1dy b1scd o11 an a1e1age A111e11can home GIISLV Goed11el1 A11ee E1se11l1ut l1as to 1ema1n It 110ll1t 101 the sun1111e1 because she l1as 1u1ned 1111 f1tl1e1s 1.11 He1 fathe1 D1 Gooduch Bob F'atl1lI1bllll-., bel1e1 es 111 be1ng st11ct and tl1e actlve hfc of 111s daugl1te1 11611 ly dllteb 111m c1azy He1 n1otl1e1 MIS GOOdl1Cll No1ma Magnus takes to l1e1 ue p1eks 1nd l1e 1d lches wl1en tl1e Hff311S of D1 Good11el1 1nd G11sty get too comphcated Tl1e Good111l1 home IS all the moxe upset wl1en C1101 Dean Sl111ley K111g n1akes l1e1 ent1a11ce as D Good11e11s pat1ent Olga Dean Ehzabeth PQIKIIIS Ieels Ca1o1 Just does11t want to walk and pe1h1ps tl1e 1ssoc1at1o11 w1tl1 otl1e1 young people w1l1 l1elp l1e1 G11sty gets 1191 f11ends to l1elp Asla M1y C1111 lotte DO1f 111 letllln fo1 tenn1s lessons Bob Daly 18 D1ck We 1the1by tl1e wolf 11as mo1e th 111 111s 511111 of f1OllblC keeplng 1118 eyes on 111s f.,l1l flltflld Cynth1a Tholnton Dona Templeton Gusty and D1 Good11ehs 11u1se MISS James Pat Nelson H1s 1nte1est IH Gusty does not set well Wltll A1 tlllll Pete1so11 Elllott Babcock wl1o c1a1ms 11ot Ollly 111 IIILSIQSL 1n psychology but 1D Gusty toe1 He 18 usually gl1d to fall ID w1tl1 L11 Stone llld Eff1e MLCAHH played by Joan Penley and Gusty s lead wl11cl1 IS usually st1a1ght 1nto t1ouble Murder Has Been Arranged EING mo1e SGIIOIIS m1nded tl1e SGHIOIS dec1ded to se 11e tl1e hung dayhghts out of tl1e11 au d1e11ec by p1esent1ng, 1 blood cu1dl1ng 111u1de1 01 lt le 1st 211111129 a few MIIIIILQ M111l111s J1m 131311811 l1ay1ng l1ea1d of a w 111df1ll about to deseend upon a dlstant lelatlve dceldes to 1ttend S11 Cllalleb CIIHIIES Esl1nge1 putt llld 111 Illge w1t11 tl1e sec1eta1y a f11end of 1118 to sl1p S11 Challes a 1JO1b0I16d capsule M1ss Gltlll B11b11 1 Bayhes 1ss1sts 111m httle 1eal1z1ng 111 eomp111 1tl0IlS XKIHLII can set ln S11 Cha11 s p11 ty 18 held 011 the stage of the St James Theate1 111 london w11e1e aeco1d1ng to legend l1alf a een l111y befo1e 1 111a11 w lb mu1de1ed Followmg 111s de 1th 1 dumb woman was fou11d wande11ng a1ound the 11111 1 Tl1e ghost of tl1e mu1de1ed man w1lked O11 the stage 1nd tl1e 111111616161 was 16 1e1led In l1ke n1111ne1 acco1d1ng to tl1e legend on tl1e Illgllt of S11 Cha1les palty a second muldel would be LOIl1Il11tf,8d and tl11oug11 tl1e death of a dumb woman and the walklllg of the Hlllldeltd ghost tl1e mllldelel would be 1e1caled M1s Wlagg Jean Swenson 1nd James NOILII Cl1a1les Walke1 asslsted Beat11ce Jaspe1 Jo A11n Scheu tl1e young and Cllalmlng w 1fe of S11 CHHIICS 1n deyelopmg ploof of tl1e Mu111ns MIS tl1e maulage C11a1 les flnds a plan by wl11cl1 they m1e,l1t galil gullt of M1ss GIOZQ a11d MQLIIICC A1tl1u1 Helen Elhng wl1o .111'1nged of l1e1 d.1ughte1 Beat11ee to S11 Mau11ce Mull1ns 111 llftllllf, 1nd 10 fuses to ass1st unt1l a d11mb woman Ba1ba1a Dlay E1 appea1s C2lV9Dd1b11 the ba11d leade1 Ray Han na has been 1111961 to D1OXld6 n111s1c fO1 tl1e pa1ty but wl1en tl1e lllllldel lb d1SCOXtl0d tl1e band 18 d1bm15S6d F1om that po1nt o11 tl1e DIIW leads up to a Chllllng chmax Fvery Famlly Has One S THE last play of tl1e 5615011 tl1e Jun1o1 class p1esented a hght comedy Wltll tl1e 110188 of Penelope Rea1don Majol Pollom p1act1c1ng tl1e p1ano and Nanna Rea1don Balbala W11ght play 1ng Bmg C1osby IPCOIGS L?l1ll'l Rea1don Bonn1e Dee Taylol makes a despe1ate attempt to 1a1se l1e1 fam1ly on tl1e soclal ladde1 Ma1c1a R68ld0Il Jo HIIIIGL Hofsess p1on11ses to ma11y S11e1w1n Pa1ke1 D1ck GllfflHg wl1ose m0tll 61 Bessle Pa1ke1 MWIIQHIIG G1st 15 v1s1t1ng the Rea1dons Wl1e11 James Palkel EIHCSL Pence JOIHS l1e1 and t11es to LOSICC MI Rea1don Ralpl1 D1ckens 1nto n1e1g1ng the11 b11s111esses 110 flnds Nanna ve1y set agalnst the 1dea wl11cl1 makes a gleat deal of d1ffe1ence because she owns f1fty o11e pe1 cent of tl1e company s stoek Tl1e 1etu1n of Todd Galloway D1ck Nabou1s DIOVBS to MRICIH tl1at S116 does 11ot love Sllfllwlfl but 5116 fea1s sl1e V111 hate to go tl11oug11 w1t11 the weddlng because t11e1e 15 no way to get out of 1t Nanna has otl1e1 plans although sl1e IS not su1e what they a1e unt1l L1ly Realdon Ma1y Ann Bu1gw1n HDDERIS and 15 w1ll1ng to COODGIRLG 1n a scl1eme to DIOXE that tl1e whole Rea1don famlly IS sl1g11t1y Lam She lS successful and tl1e s1t uat1on bleaks when Ess1e Calol Blecha lb se1 y1n bxeakfast 1n tl1e IIVIHH 1oom Of COUISG It neallv b1eaks Wa11ys Gale Kloeffle1 11ea1t when l1e d1bCOt815 L115 lb not a ehlld of txagedy 1nd l1e declales l1e lb off women fOl good 11nt1l afte1 l1e has a confelenee w1tl1 LllV Knowmg tl1e Pa1ke1s ale afte1 a gOX61I1I'I1E?l'lt c0nt1aet Nanna tells them tl1e eont1'1ct has fallen tl11ougl1 and tl1e Pa1ke1s leaye 1mmed1ately Just as tl1ey a1e pulhng out of tl1e d11ye the b1ake SIIDS on tl1e Cdl M1 R011dOD IS wo1k111g on and tl1e two C315 acc1dentallv colllde end1ng tl1e play on a h1gh 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Ballad For Democracy NDER tl1e leade1sh1p of membexs of the fac ulty the Ballad fO1 Democ1acy was p1esented by the sen1o1 high school The p1ologue was the Couit of Democ1acy Wlfll Paul Remmele He1be1t Joss Pllll K1se1 Phillip DePuy Stanley Pa1sons and Bob Sayle1 acting as Judges and Leslie Reed as the c1e1k The f1lSt episode was the Declaiation of Independence Wltll John Stxme acting as the bell 11nge1 The second episode was Geolge W3ShlHgLOH played by By1on Jacobson at Valley Fo1ge The thnd episode was F1 ancis Scott Key w11t1ng the Sta1 Spangled Ban lltl Keys pa1t was played by Gale Kloeffle1 Du11ng the 1nte1lude the colo1ed L,llO1l1S smg Let My People Go The Pexfect T11bute was tl1e theme of tl1e fOlll th 8D1SOd6 in wh1cl1 Keith Inskeep took tl1e palt of Abiaham Imcoln Episode five was tl1e westwaid movement In episode six Ho1ace Mann was played by P1 es ton Gates and Maxine SCIXICIIIBI po1t1ayed the Sp111t of hducation wh1cl1 was tl1 theme of the episode The epllogue was dedlcated to tl1e Democ1acy of the F'utu1e and tl1e Sp111t of Democ1acy was po1t1ayed by Jo Ann Scheu Loxetta Wilson Ba1 sen Vllglhla Glng1lCh and Balbala D1aye1 The na11ato1 was Eaxl Sclnblei The 10b8d chou fu1n1shed a b1ckg1ound of music and the ve1se Ll1o11 gate seve1al app1op11ate numbeis Fake Faculty Program TUDENT day assembly was a skit given by th11tyf1ve fake ulty membe1s who held .1 mock faculty meeting in wl11cl1 it was hoped plans fo1 a new school would be discussed The mem be1s of tl1e fake ulty came p1epa1ed fo1 WOlk of any foim f1om sleeplng to peeling potatoes Smc no wo1k was done as fa1 as plans fOl the new bu1ld1ng we1e conceined the meeting w IS adJou1n d until the follow mg Feblllaly 30 S1 hoolmasters Nightmare O RECIPROCATE the teacheis put on a skit which mwht well hate been called I Couldnt Sleep a Wink Last Night not afte1 a song by the same name Gelly Salexo attempted to teach a g10up consisting of Miss Whitten Miss Malley M1ss71os Mis Lienhaldt M1 F1891 M1 Johnson M1 Tiuax and Ml ROgC1S Eacl1 mouth had at least two wads of chewing gum except M1 Roge1s who was too busy blowing DalB.Clllll,6S fiom his pea shootei to use 1no1e than one extia laige wad A back woods quaitette mcludmg MISS Phillips sang a typical back woods numbei and M1 Fly M1 Du1l1am M1 Kugle1 and Ml Mo1dy we1e the11 compet1to1s in a mo1e classical f1eld The piogiam was ended with M1 Bishops tellin some of the btO1l8S fo1 wl11ch he IS well known In trum nt Of Peace- uslc IGHLIGHT of this yea1 s successful musxcal events was the spi mg musical D1 esented by the combined effoi ts of M1 Elbext Fly and the cho1us with M1 R H B1own and the o1chest1a The p10 gxam was held on Api 1l 28 1944 and it was I6C61V8d by a laxge appieclative audience The o1chest1a undel the d11ect1on of M1 B1own played th1ee numbe1s in connection with the theme This Is My Count1y Those numbeis we1e a modein ve1s1on of My Lucky Day a class1cal selection Empe1o1 Waltz and Ame11can Fantasy a pat11ot1c Illllllbel Tlnoughout tl1e yea1 the oichestla capably en te1ta1ned tl1e student body at va11ous school af fa11s They played in seve1al assemblies f01 the H1 Y G R play the JUDIOI play and the sen1o1 l11gl1 Ballad fo1 Democ1acy They also pe1fo1med fo1 a meeting of the Paient Teacheis Association F01 commencement exeiclses tl1e o1chest1a ful nished effective IYIUSIC The membexs of the 0101165213 WC18 as follows V1ol1ns Nanette Ma1t1n V11nelle Jones Keith Inskeep and W1l11s Patten Cello Malianne Glst Bass Ma1y T6afOld Flutes Elaine Howenstine and Ma11ly11 Guest Oboe Einest Pence Cla11nets Bob Helwlg Elliot Babcock Roy WOHd81 Ross Schimmel Beinice Gxaves Flances Willis Aleah Coffman Haxold Coe and My1on Husband Saxophone He1b Joss Ha1p Balbala Gixens PIZUO Balbala Co1dts Xylophone and Bell Lyie Jo Ann Scheu and Ma11an Swan Coxnets Cha1les Walkel Eve1ett LUIICIQLIISL Je1ome Ca1lson Cl1ffo1d Gould and Rogu Somme1s Altos Jolm Busenbaik and Tom Faulknei Txombones Bu1t HOXWHIG Calvin Simonton Geoige Bascom and R.lClld.1d Moise D1 um Paul SCllWH.1tL 52 ' N i . 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' 'C , , Q A OR THE fust t1me the band was olgamzed on 1 I'I1l1ll,d1V basls th1s yeax The d116Cf,0l M1 R H B1ovln elected offlcels at the begmnmg of the veal and these leadels wele appomted after then muslcal ablhty xxllhngness to coopelate m ILIRLIXP conduct and knowledge of m1l1ta1y oxdex had becn consldeled Each off1ce1 took an oath md lccc lV9d cheuons to vleax on hlS umfolm Head of the band vlas Captam Ray Hanna He1b loss was fnst heutenant and the second heutenant vl IS Bnbua Coldts Othex leadels we1e Jo Ann Scheu top selgeant Cha1les Walkex sexgeant and Ilvc co1po1als Ronald Boles Geoxge Bascom Lyle Bllnchaxd Iuellen Hulst and Elhot Babcock Foul fust class musxcxans xxele also elected They we1e Bu1t Hovs nd Ex nest Pence Ela1ne Howenstme and Donav tn Blough The successful m1l1ta1y band coupled w1th the vcxv succcssful football season backed the playexs wlth then peppv musxc at all of the home games The bmnd malched ln the annual Kansas State Col lc-gc Band Dav Palade mth othel bands fxom ove1 thc state The bmd also paxtlclpated ln the Navy Day as scmblv md played 111 a numbex of pep assembhes Because of the S1l01t'1g6 of gasohne and t11es the btnd made no t11ps to I191ghbOl1Ilg towns 01 to the Amexu ln Royal at Kansas Clty On Mzy 11 the spl mg pelfox mance of the Tw1 lxght Band Concelt was xecelved by a laxge aud1 ance One of the lnghhghts of the ploglam was a txoxnbonc E110 made up of Geoxge Bascom Buxt Howald 1nd Calvxn Sxmonton A numbel of talented students of MHS oxganlzed 1 swing band and called themselves the Chexokee WHIIIOIS They fulnlshed good 6Ilt91t'illlmt nt fox sevelal assembhes dxnce lntelmlsslons and plays MBmb91S of the lngzh school bmd new as fol lows Clalmets hlhott Babcock Bob HLINXIH Rov Won dex Ross Schlmmels Bclnlce GIQNGS Flances W1ll1s Aleah Coffman Hnold Cox and Mylon Husband Saxophone HEIIJ Joss Flute Ela1ne Hovlenstme Oboe Elnest Pence Bell Lyle Jo Ann Scheu and B11b'1l'l Coldts Xylophone Maman Swan Colnets CIIRIILS Walkel Jelome Culson Evelett Caxlson Tom Faulknex Ronald Lalken Lyle Blanchald Chffold Gould Robelt Mo1dy and ROg61 Sommexs Alto Ronald Boles John Busenbaxk Bautone R J Gould Tuba Wally W1lltHCY Stung Bass Maly Teafold Cymbals Nanette Maltln Dlums Donovan Blough Fxed Fleeby Ross M1lle1 Vnnclle Jones Paul SCIIVKHILL and Don Bustel Tlombones Bult Howald Calxxn SIIHOIICOII Geol ge Bascom R1c'ha1d Molse Dlum MaJo1ette Helen Palsons Tn 11 lexs Jeanette Vlalkel and Leta Jean Clnxslle D1l6CL01 R H BIOXKII Thc muslc of the pep band enht ened the basket ball games and othex actn 1t1es The membus V610 Ray Hanna d116CtOl Rlchald Molse Geolge Bas com Cha1les Walkel He1b Joss Bob Eschenbulg Evexett Lundquxst Jcxomc Cnlson Wally Wlntney Velnelle Jones Paul SCIIVKHILY Biilbll 1 Coldts and JoAnn Scheu . .. . , , . 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N THE past yeal the actlvltles of the cholus classes have been outstandlng and IIUIHEIOUS Undel the dllectlon of Ml Elbelt M Fly the 1ObEd Ch0ll the gllls glee club the boys glee club and the small ensembles have taken an actlve palt ln the enteltamment of the communlty These QIOUDS have appealed befole dlffelent clvlc clubs at Folt Rlley the U S O and Othel olganlzatlons Thls Is My Countly was the theme of the spllng concelt whlcll was plesented Aplll 28 The ploglam was designed to leplesent the muslc of oul countly The dlffelent types Wele mountaln muslc cowboy muslc DODUIHI muslc and sacled muslc The Dl0glam was stalted wltll a patllotlc set tlng by the lOb6d CIIOII slnglng Thls Is My Coun tly Othel numbels that Wele glven ln thls sec tlon WSIB Hymn of Youth Stouthealted Men Elle Canal Allce Blue Gown and a waltz by Dolothy Blothelson The gloups that plesented this palt of the ploglam wele the lOb6d choll the boys octette the senlol gllls sextette and the boys qualtette The second dlvlslon leplesented Amellcan cow boy muslc buch songs as El Rancho Glande All Day on the Plallle Boots and Saddle Goodbye Old Palnt and the cholus of Rangel Song wele plesented by the boys glee club and the boys qualtette The populal songs of oul countly WSIB D1 esented ln the thlld palt Some of the songs lncluded W916 Dlnah By the Llgllt of the Sllvely Moon and Nlgllt and Day WlllCh was a twln DIRHO Illllllbel wlth a cholal accompanlment Mountaln muslc was plesented by the gllls glee club as they sang Calollna Moon WIIISLIIHQ Glll Old Zlp Coon and closed wlth a patllotlc numbel I Am An Amellcan The ploglam was cllmaxed as the l0b8d Ch0ll enteled slnglng a plocesslonal O God Oul Help ln Ages Past The closlng sectlon of the ploglam lncluded The Navy Hymn Onwald Chllstlan S01d16IS and Thls Is My Countly The sololsts wele Betty Dalley Joyce Reboul and Dol otlly Blothelson and the twln plano num bel was glven by Dolothy BIOLIICISOII and Blll Johnston The dance nunlbels wele glven by the gym classes undel the dllectlon of Mlss Kathlyn Phllllps and Phyllls Hugos Gall Sallsbuly whlstled The L01d s Pl ayel HE FIRST concelt of the yeal was the Clll lst mas Concelt whlcll was glven Decembel 17 The ploglam was dlvlded lnto thlee palts Flee dom of MUSIC Calols and Candlellght and Peace on Ealtll F168dOm of Muslc conslsted of folk muslc hymns and populal muslc These W616 plesented by the lobed Ch0ll the boys glee club the gllls tllo and the boys qualtette Calols and Candlellght was a sectlon made up of Cllllstmas hymns glven by the boys and gllls glee clubs the Junlol gllls sextette and the boys octette Peace on Ealth was the last palt of the D10 glam It was plesented by a velse Cll0ll whlcll hx il N mn t Hu Dumlno Brother on YS OL ll' l N I lol: KIRIN l-Xl lhlrtl mm boldun sal ntl 'mm DMU' xx lt r N nm lr t xx an l L 4 nm: Mchmmll S NIOR Clltls Nl-'ill-PIP and tw ll S on UUXN QUAKIPI l l"4llllHt'I GIHIIE ll 'UU' UU UU' 5 ll 1111 111111 11 ll L 111111 1 I tl ll 1 11111 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11111, 1 N 11 111 11 1 11 1111111 111 55 1 1 1111 UUX N 11 1 111 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 111111111 1l1111 1 1 111 11 11 1 1 111 111 1 11I1 11 111 N 111 1 11 11 1111 1111 11 11 1 1 1 1 - 11 1111 1 111 1 111111 armon Among Nation 1 ,Q . . x v -. . . 4- , h ' M 1 f 1 x v a 6 1 V V V 5 r A 0 1' 5 . ,Q , ., N' M W A 5 - ' 9 ' ' " -, -. 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Universal Language Tomorrow s World 4Contxnued fx om Page 541 was chosen fxom the glee clubs They told the stoxy of the bu th of Chx 1st and at txmes the vocal gxoups fuxnxshed muslc that was appxopxxate Those gxoups that pxesented the vocal accompanx ment to the stoxy wexe the xobed choxx the semox gxxls sextette and the gxxls tx 10 The soloxsts wexe Joyce Reboul Betty Dailey Doxothy Bxothexson Chaxles Eslmgex Ralph Dxckens and Lee Waltexs The small ensembles axe maxnly selected fxom the choxus classes The laxgest of these gxoups xs the boys octette whxch was selected fx om the school at laxge Noxman Kxey John Stx me Ronnxe Boles Dxck G-1 xffxng Geoxge Bascom Phxllxp DePuy Manuel Navaxxo and Ralph Dxckens composed the boys octette The boys quaxtette xs also made up of boys fxom the school at laxge They axe Lee Waltexs Kexth Inskeep Chaxles Eslxngex and Ted Gxxmes The Junxox gxx ls sextette xs made up entxxely of gxxls xn the gxxls glee club It IS composed of Max Joxxe Luehxxng Melva McConnell Maxy Jane Vance Wxlta Soldan Oxa Mae Gxandfxeld and Ruth An delson The senxox gxxls sextette IS made up of senxor gn ls fx om the xobed choxx The membexs of thxs gxoup axe Betty Daxley Betty Lou Haxxxs Wxl lxps and Ada Lou Scott The gxxls txxo mcludes Doxothy Bxothexson Betty Lou Haxxxs and Mxldx ed Domxno The pxansts fo1 the dxffexent vocal gxoups wexe Coxxxne Holm gxxls glee club Doxothy Bxothexson boys glee club and Patxxcxa Nelson xobed choxx Self Government lCont1nued fxom Page 8+ denomxnatxon bonds acted as school boaxd membexs and they chose the pxxnclpals secxeta11es and LCRCHCIS fxom those students who had bought at least two and a half dollaxs wox th of stamps The school was tuxned ovex to the students the classes bexng taught by the student teachexs Eax ly xn the yeax the student body was challeng ed thxough the Councxl fox a scxap drxve contest wxth the Junxox hxgh school The senxox hxgh school won the contest and the Councxl was awaxd ed a pxxze of ten dollaxs wxth whxch xt puxchased a new flag fox the flag pole Donatxons wexe gxven to the Wax Fund Relxef and Red Cx oss by the Coun c1l The honox plaque that xecoxds the names of those fxom MHS who have gxven thexx l1ves xn thxs wax was xn chaxge of the Councxl Because of the shox tage of gasolxne and t11es the members of the Councxl voted not to attend state conventxons untll aftex the wax fCont1nued fxom Page 42x Ann Wolf Exnest Pence Geoxge Bascom and Kexth Inskeep urxdex the sponsoxshxp of Mx Buxchette was well xecexved by the student body The blology sectxon concentxated xts effoxts on the fox matxon of a pexmanent school museum Ruth Ann Wolf Noxma Lou Myexs Geoxge Bascom and Ronnxe Boles wexe the genexal commxttee chaxx men who made the museum possxble The clubs actxvxtxes wexe clxmaxed by the local Junxox Academy of Scxence whxch was held on Apxxl 3 The Kansas Junxox Academy of Scxence meetxng was not held agaxn thxs yeax In xts place a local meetxng was held undex the sponsoxshxp of the Kxwanxs Club Ruth Ann Wolf took fxxst place fox hex talk on Mountaxn Ecology Second place went to Geox ge Bascom who spoke on Revolutxon 1n Fxactuxe Technxque Kexth Inskeep was awaxded thxxd place He talked on The MYSLCIIOUS Woxld of Atoms In the demonstxatxons gxoup John McKeen took fust place fox Mountxng a Skeleton Ray Hanna was glven second place fox hxs demonstxatxon The Development of Tube Lxghtxng Thxxd place was awaxded to Nellxe Payne 101 hex demonstxatxon on Chxck Embxyol ogy Eaxl Schxblex took fxxst place fox hxs ex hxpxt and second and thxxd places went to Dxck Molse and Floyd Noldex xespectlvely Ruth Ann of the entxxe meetxng Ideals for Peace 1Contxnued fxom Page 38x N MARCH the annual electxon was held New G R cabxnet membexs fox 1944 45 wxll be the followxng Jo Haxxxet Hofsess pxesxdent Caxolyn Glovex vlce pxesldent Doxothy Stovex secxttaxy Joan Penley txeasuxex Vexa Jackson pxogxam chaxxman and Phyllxs Maxtxn song leadex Those gxx ls who wexe appoxnted by the new pxes xderxt to sexve next yeax axe Lavonna Bxadstxeet publxcxty chaxxman Shxxley Kxng socxal chan man and Maxy Alxce Boxen sexvxce chaxxman Socxal actxvxtxes fox G R membexs pxoved to be happy occasxons Some of these wexe the Recognx txon Tea paxtxes attended by C0mmltt68 membexs Heaxt Sxstex Tea Mothex Daughtex Banquet and the pxcnxc at whxch thxs yeax s cabxnet entextaxned next yeax s Gxxl Resexve was dxvlded 1nto vaxxous commxttees whxch wexe of sex vxce when they wexe needed The txeasuxy commxttee sold xce cxeam baxs and othex xefxeshments at the basketball games In the last meetxng thxs yeax new cabxnet mem bexs pxesented a faxewell pxogxam fox the senxox gxxls As senxoxs go on to othex paths and the Junxoxs and the sophomoxes clxmb one gxade hxgh ex the thought xn each guls mxnd w1ll evex be Reachmg Towaxd the Best 56 1 V 0 O 0 6 O la Jean Alexander, Darlene Meisner, Norma Phil- Wolf was chosen as the outstanding pax'ticipant . 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Dldflklff SEPTEMBER 10 What a gland week of school llllS has bc en' It flI'l1Sh6d wlth a Student Coun all tea fol the new students We sulely d1d enJoy ll too because they had a vely nlce DIOg1am plan ned The students wele so fllendly to us and we met and made many new fllends Not only dld they hate fl nlce ploglam but also DICE 19fI6Sh ments SEPTEMBER "8 'Ihe G R lecognltlon SCIVICCS we-le held Hft91 slhool when the new cablnet was lllSt'1ll6Cl It should leally be a DIOSDBIOUS yeal because a swell cablnet wlll lelgn fO1 thls yeal As lt IS mv senlol yeal I am sule that I w11l enJoy lt IHOIP than ewel especlally wlth Mlss Belgel as oul sponsol We also had dellclous lefleshments it the tea made bv the home economlcs classes rl Thugs' NWN! whlt a gl lnd success' Aftel the football game w1th Wyandotte whlch oul gallant walllols won CXCIVOIIP Joulneyed to the boys gym and tholough lv 0Il1OW6d oul fl1SL dance fol the yeal The Wyan dotte fellas also stayed fol oul dance whlch made the ewenlng exen mole thlllllhg' The dance was sponsoled by the Pep Club and lt leally was a swell one 'N-. M0 I NOVEMBER 18 Slnce I can t attend the soclal ac LIYILICS of H1 Y one of the membels told me all about then Fathel Son Potluck that they had ln llle studv h lll l0Hlg1ll4 The maln pul pose was Just to eat and eat" Thev also had a nlce ploglam plzpaled too and I 'lm sule that an emoyable eve Illllg was had by all NOVEMBER 19 Tllls was leally the most excltlng nlght of the season It was to declde who would wln the football game Wlth Salma Well we d.1d wln aftel a most thlllllng nlght of scleamlng and excltement One of the mam featules of the nlght was the lIlLIOdllCClOIl of the Pl om queen candldates .lt the half 'Ihe gllls lode alound ln snazzy con vel tlbles and wele lntloduced on the fleld by Ross Mlllel The candldates wele Ilma Lee Slmonton Maly Ahce Bolen Ruth Whltnah Maly Ann Blllg wln Calolyn Glovel Joan Stlnel Jo Halllett Hof sess Jean Swenson Maly Henton Colleen Petel son Balbala Coldts Ilva Smlth JoAnn Scheu Helen Elllng and M11l1e Domlno Q, QQUI NOVEMBER 20 Thls has been a gland and won del ful cllmax fol a successful football season M11l1e Domlno a senxol and Bob Slack senlol and co captaln of tl11S YEHI s team lelgned ovel the Plg skln Plom tonlght The decolatlons ln the gym wele leally glillld Thele wele leal lmages of the fellas made of cald boald and the basketball goals wele flxed as goal posts It leplesented a football fleld and leally fulfllled lts pulpose well The klng and queen wele C1 ow ned at IIILSIIHISSIOII and to each was glven a lememblance the klng a mlnlatule down box fol sceptel and a football Wlth the fellows names D1 lnted on It fol the queen A speclal lssue of the Mentol was glven out at ln telmlsslorl too W11lCh announced the klng and queen and plctules of the captalns and all thc boys The A S T P Band flom the college played fol the dance and they leally d1d a neat Job The candldates fO1 klng WSIS L D Compton Johnny Busenbalk Kay Cleavlngel Tom Flannelly Ray Thompson Dlck Nabouls Ted Gllmes Bob SIZCK H3lO1d Fleldmg Howald Elmcl Challle Mlllel Ronnle Webstel Jlm Dlown Kenyon Whlt ney and Glenn Mungel NOVEMBER 20 Th1S IS leally a day to celeblate' The day was glven to us fol oul own use because oul fellas won the Centlal Kansas League Cham plonshlp I was leally ploud of the football boys fol wlnnlng all of the games that they played Nat ulally we all spent the day loaflng and lemlnls clng ovel the gland football season 335224 , 58 . 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DECEMBER 11 The sophomo1es l1ad a bang up tlme when they held tl1e11 annual SODIIOYTIOIG pa1 ty 1n the boys gvm They danced to canned music but that 1eally doesnt make any d1ffe1ence They sav that Lllffll dance was much d1ffe1ent than n1ost of them because they had seve1al special dunes I m SLU9 they had a most enjoyable time and we sen1o1s somet1mes w lS1l we we1e sophomo1es once agfun' FEBRUARY 7 11 Ou1 annual G R Hea1ts1ste1 Week has Just lnded so now I know who that n1ce DCISOII was who sent me the candy and gum Of LOUISE I lmaglne I ve gained a few pounds because of this The foods classes 1eally Dlepaled some dehuous iefieshments fO1 us and also a fine p10 1,1 1n1 was glven befoie the tea It 1eally tu1ned out to be a Vt0IIdElfll1 week FEBRUARX ll At least we hate one day out of the V011 when we can lun the school as we w1sl1 mvwav to some extent" I guess Im not Vely D'll1 IOLIL bet 1use I dxdnt buy enough stamps 1n 01 de1 to teach a class but lt was mo1e fun Just be1ng P1 student" We also had a student boa1d of educa t1o11 that w lb 1"tLlI6l st1 ict w1tl1 us but it was 1eal ly .1 lot of fu11 The assembly we piesented was 111 IIIIILHLIOII of a faculty meeting which p1oved uxv successful 4 r FEBRUARY 1' Am I 6261 blOk9 now'J Afte1 th1s ewclusue night of taking the boys out I don t have .1 cent left Oh well we only have one W P A 1Women Pay All' night in a yea1" Tonight w1s ou1 Goldd1gge1s Ball WIIICII glves tht guls an ODDOILUIIIIV to show then gxatltude Of Louise we danced to canned music but that w IS OK The JUDIOIS V816 the hosts to the sopl1 omous and tl1ev 1eally had the gym deco1ated as well '1s they tould due to the cond1t1ons that w1l1 111se" The SVHIIH b1nd and some of ou1 MHS talent p1ov1ded a supei DlOglHm fO1 us at 1nte1m1ss1on I ll 1lly d1d11t know we d1d have so much talent 111 Olll school anyw1y they WSIB swell" FEBRUARY 19 The Joulnallsm classes sponso1ed 1 dance tomght fo1 the puxpose of Ialblng money f0l the COVQIS on the annuals It was 1eally a gieat success a11d eveiyone enJ0yed themselves ve1y muc l1 The music was p1oduced t,lII0llg1I the evei fdllhflll MHS 1eco1d1ng machine but anyway ev exyone setmed to l1ke 1t A sl1ght chalge was made fox those who attended but eveiyone seemed w1ll1ng to help those D001 Jou1nal1sm classes 1a1se enough money and they d1d" FEBRUARY 25 Since I m not a boy I cant belong to tl1e F F A but I guess they 1eally have some good t1mes anyway tonlght they held then an nual fathe1 son banquet in the study hall The cafete11a se11ed the del1c1ous dlflllel Wh1C1l was followed by a shoit D10g1am The theme of the banquet was Kansas and deco1at1ons fulf1lled the theme The g1een hands weie inxtiated 1nto the o1gan1zat1on at the close of the meetmg MARCH 17 The basketball banquet and dance was to have been held tonlght but due to the lack of 1nte1est among 8V61yOI'16 lt was postponed It 1eally was te111ble that the pa1ty had to tu1n out this way because we could not show ou1 app1ec1a t1on fo1 the basketball fellas l 16 MARCH 25 I couldnt 1mag1ne what was going 011 when they said to d1ess in you1 p11son gaxb and come to Elmel s Blg House Finally I found out that the annual Sen1o1 JUD101 was bemg held 1n the lrov s gym ton1ght Ou1 class D1 es1dent IS How The gym 1eally looked DICE with the w1ndows and sldes ba11ed and dummies hang1ng all 3.1Ollfld A iock pile was the att1act1on 1n one co1 ne1 whlle p1etty g11ls and calenda1s adomed the walls Light lBf18SllII16I'ltS Wele se1ved at lI1t6lI'l'l1SSl0II along w1th an ente1ta1n1ng p1og1am Although H1616 was not a la1 ge c1owd we had a swell t1me APRIL 15 They always say all good things w1ll sometlme end I dont C816 f01 that say1ng now because I su1e 1eg1etted seeing th1s evening close Those Jun1o1s 1eally d1d a wonde1ful Job of ente1 taining the sen1o1s tonlght at the annual Jr Sl banquet and dance The banquet was held 1n the Methodist CIIUICII with sophomo1e boys and gn ls se1v1ng The chu1cl1 was ve1y att1act1vely decolated in keeplng Wlth tl1e theme Hawan The tables had o1namental palm ti ees and Hawa11an huts placed on them The nut cups we1e canoes and the place ca1ds WC16 altl f1c1al pineapples The d1nne1 was good and we also enJoyed the p1og1am Ml R0g6lS ou1 physics teache1 gave an 1nte1est1ng talk Afte1 the banquet was OVGI we all Jou1neyed to the gym wheie we spent the IOSL of the evening danc1ng to the music of Ray Stokeley and his OICII estla Tl1ey 1eally d1d a sol1d Job of playing too" B1 own and gieen st1eame1s cove1ed the ce1l1ng w1th 59 ' ' 1 ' - 1 ' . . 4 c ' . .' . , ' ' ' . 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' - ' . 12 ' ' V V ' l ' H ' I ' . - - 2 vi Q 1 1 I Q D 1 I ' ' - ' ' ' - 2 ' . . 7 - ' 1 ' , w. v ' . - - 1 A . . . - ' . . y L Y . - a cyllndrlcal mlllol ln the Centel Palm tlees were placed among the tables whele cokes W618 selved by the I-Iawallan g1llS fl0m the bar Llfe S1ZCd pletty gllls also adolned the walls and the band stand WhlCh was a tumble down hut The dance was leally a gland success and the comlng of Spllng Whlch blought the new folmals out made lt leally swell' APRIL 22 The sophomoles thls yeal wele mole fortunate than OU1 class was because they had thell second class palty tonlght The party was undel the dllectlon of the sophomole sponsols who D81 tlclpated IH the actlvltles The dance was Slmllal to the fol mel one and they all sald that they had an enloyable tlme APRIL 28 The Hl Y Date Hlke was held ln the usual place Sunset Palk thls evenlng They had a swell DICDIC lunch so they told me slnce I dldnt get to go They also had fun playlng sevelal games Ml ROQCIS sponsol of Hl Y was the chapelon They all l8DOlt6d tllat they had a supel tlme N Qs 051:26 ff 6'5" MAY 6 I hope mother enjoyed oul banquet to nlght at the Methodlst Chulch whlch was held 111 honol of all G R membel s mothels The theme was a symphony ldea wlth black and whlte as the COIOIS Many SDI mg flowels wele Vely attlactlvely placed ln vases leplesentlng hal ps The complete banquet was muslcal ln appealance Wlth tleble clef D10 glams and staffs on the tables Blllle Jean Jacobsen acted as toastmlstl ess Joan Penley s mothel gave a short talk and Nellle Payne lesponded MUSIC was fulnlshed by the Junlol gl11S sextette The maln featule of the CVCHIDQ was lnstallatlon of the new cablnet m6mb61S These membels ale Jo Halllet I-Iofsess plesldent Calolyn Glovel VICB plesldent Dolothy SYOVEI secletaly and Joan Penley treasulel It leally was gland and Im sule that all the mothel s enjoyed It MAY 13 Th1S lS the nlght Ive been looklng fOl wald to fol a long tlme the Slgnatule Dance' Oul annuals ale leally swell thls yeal although the sophomores and JLIUIOIS dld help us wlth the cov EIS by SUDDO1 tlng V81 lous actlvltles to 18156 money The clownlng of the MHS Blue M Queen was the maln featule of the evenlng The l8St of the eve nlng was spent slgnlng each othel s books MAY 14 Tonlght makes me thlnk mole than once Oul baccalauleate SSIVICC was held tonlght and It sule makes you feel queer The Rev G H Glotey of the local Baptlst Chulch gave the address and lt was most lnsplllng l Q? ri' Kale: Wg? The gllls glee club fulnlshed the muslc and all othel nlght closed MAY 18 ThlS IS lt' I leally thought I d be happy but now I l8gl8t leavlng MHS It has really been gland Dean Eall K H111blaHd of the Unlvelslty of Wlchlta dellveled the commencement addless whlch was WOIthWhl16 The JUDIOI g11lS sextette fulnlshed the muslc and It leally sounded H106 Aftel commencement was OVSI we all danced fO1 a whlle ln the gym and bld some of oul last good byes to oul classmates HE nlghts aftel school dullng the football sea son when each glll would walk HER man ovel to the boys gym and bld hlm fond falewell befole he went out fol plactlce Ahhhhh sweet hlgll school lomance Nothlng llke lt' The h0ll1f1Ed explesslon on Jeannle Hanly s face and the qulck 6Xlt she made dullng the Junlol Senlol Dance when she dlSCOV6l6d she was loslng hel folmal sllp" Scleamlng and swoonlng fol Slnatlas gleatest llval Phll KISGI as he clooned ln assembly The sneak tl IDS dullng school houls that almost evely stude ln MHS has taken at sometime 01 othel OV81 to the glocely ln Sf-331611 of candy The excltlng Junctlon Clty Manhattan football game that D1 actlcally all Manhattan Hlgh went to Junctlon to see and how all the fellows cheeled and all the gals Cl led flom sheel Joy when we beat them f0l the fl1St tlme ln eleven YGHIS The blow gasollne latlonlng blought to MHS fel lows It took extla gas to go up on Countly Club and Bluemont but they managed to flnd othel se eluded spots WhlCh selved the pulpose well How 9V9lyOI'1C J0lllI'16y6d out to that evel populal nlght spot Club 40 and stalted a second pal ty aftel a hlgh school dance closed at 11 30 Ml B1Sh0D saylng he had been ln Manhattan Hlgh SIHCC the Yeal One 4Contlnued on Page 62h 60 ' H ' U ' 1627 'K' i - .V .U V. 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I D v .Y Q 3. 1' .- I eil' 4-2.-vw Do You Remember- 61 1944 BLUE M QUEE JO ANN SCI-IEU Pretty, vivacious, and popular Jo Ann Scheu has attained the honol of becoming the 1944 Blue M Queen wlth dlgmty unexcelled Jo Ann IS noted fox hex vaued ab111t1es hex SCh018.1Sh1D SEIVICE and chaxactel She IS mcleed a txue leadex S Mary Henton Attlactxve ve1sat1le and talent ed hex populauty IS due to hex fllendly and glaclous mannex Dorothy Brotherson Cute epuxted and fun lovmg she IS vely actlve and has the a.b1l 1ty to make fuends easxly Intramural Interest Hugh Intramural basketball sponsored by Brll Clark was a double robrn affarr wrth frve teams partrcr patrng 'lhe frghtrng Leathernecks led by Bob Dahl came out rn front takrng every game except two from the faculty who were not entered rn league play The frnal standrngs were Leathernecks frrst place Bombardrers second place Marauders thrrd Paratroopers fourth and Ground Crew frfth The frve hrgh scorers were as follows Dr ova n Leather necks F1 rck Bombar drer s Dahl Leather necks Nabour s Par atr ooper s Br ewer Bombar drer s All star teams were selected by the captarns of all the teams These players are the followrng Frrst team Drown Leathernecks Brewer Bom bardrers Frrck Bombardrers Cary Marauders Allen Marauders Second team Nabours Paratroopers Travrs Ground Crevl Dahl Leathernecks Spencer Para troopers Stover Leather neck Honorable mentron Hoke Marauders Eslrnger Bombardrers McCole Bombardrers Lynch Ma rauders Tom0rrow's Cltlzens ICont1nued from Page 201 them famrlres frrends memorres and mrllrons of good thrngs whrch they wrll return to at some later date It rs wrth all these thrngs rn mmd that we warn the school crop of next year to grve MHS all they ve got and let them know that rts worth rt" As for the grrls many wrll carry on the good work of some of our professors and contmue then educatronal career through college some wrll work and from trme to trme many wrll marry But not one wrll forget these three years of hrgh school the tlrrrlls and tears of berng a teen ager There rsnt a lot to do besrdes workrng to be a better person except to wart So rt rs wrth hope farth and patrence and MHS sprrrt that we wart for normal lrfe to return when we can lrve lrke c1v rlrzed human berngs happy and carefree once agarn but wrllrng to assume our responsrbrlrtres It rs thus that well be wartrng and pr ayrng wart mg for that later date"' Do You Remember 1Cont1nued from Page 60+ How drffrcult rt was to stay rn school when that beautrful sprrng weather arrrved It was too drffrcult for some Sunset was swell" Mrs Lrenhardts outbursts rn study hall tryrng to keep order She s strll a favorrte teacher though How the halls were turned rnto a gymnasrum mad house when thrs year s M Club members were rnrtrated by havrng to do exercrses wear a football shoe around then necks and salute old members The assembly presented by the faculty at whrch they rmpersonated students Wasnt Mrss Whrtten a cutre"' The palm trees rn the mrddle of the dance floor at the Junror Senror Besrdes lookrng pretty they served a defrnrte purpose In case the glass cylrn der hangrng from the mrddle of the cerlrng should fall only the trees would get smashed and not some dancer s head' The mrser able mrnutes of embarrassment Jo Ann Scheu suffered rn the Senror Play when her hoop skrrt got caught around her warst Drsplayed was a darlrng parr of pantaloons nrcely modeled The rnsane Journalrsm pr oductron Insane Inter lude Wrth Drck Nabours actrng lrke a mrllronarre and Jean Swenson searchrng for her prrnce The trme a certarn group of senrors swrped a cafeterra pre and became vrolently rll after eatrng rt Crrme doesnt pay they say' Future Champs lCont1nued from Page 32' the full back slot Kay IS one of the hardest lrne plungers on the Indrans roster and can also re TED GRIMES Ted elected as the other co cap tarn wrll be playrng hrs thrrd year as an Indam letterman Ted was the only underclassman to be represented on the CKL All Stars Last fall Grrmes was the regular startrng fullback but next year wrll probably be seen at the left half back posrtron DICK NABOURS Red headed and colorful Drck should develop rnto a whale of a tackle next fall Drck possesses a powerful defensrve charge and may well protect one flank of the Redskrns lrne TOM FLANNELLY Brg powerful and rough Ape could probably play a number of posrtrons on the team Last season he var red between center and tackle and was equally profrcrent at erther BILL EDWARDS B111 rs a brg boy who also can play two posrtrons Playrng guard or rn the back freld makes no drfference to Brll he can handle both wrth precrsron Edwards rs fast and could develop rnto a frne downfreld blocker DAVID LEWIS Davrd rs lrght for a lrne man but he frlled rn on many occasrons for IDJUI ed guards Startrng several games Dave has garned valu able experrence whrch wrll make hrm a bulwark rn the 44 team L D COMPTON One of the two sophomores to letter thrs year Comp played half back and was a competent relref man A lot can be ex pected from L D rn the next two years and lf he keeps up hrs abrlrty he undoubtedly wrll be present on All Star teams BILL HOSIER B111 a ganglrng end was the other sophomore to letter Wrth more experrence he wrll develop rnto a frne target for Grrmes passes He rs already adept at the defensrve game 62 , . . 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