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

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X vw! f . . yr . . . .53 A cr oo ' . . . . .63 x 4 , . . df ww rt 1 f fuf -1 STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS LEFT TO RIGHT Osburn Jr Jerry Metcalf soph Tony Alderson Maruan Teare sr Lillian Suelter soph Pat Lutz sr Bob Ha1nes JY PICS TCWY Mm'PhY 5' Ro Bryan Barr Jr Charles Kerchner Jr Benny land Swaim sponsor Sludenl Council Cllclls Meetung every Wednesday noon throughout the year wosa smollgroupofstudents representung the enture school Thus group, the Student Coun cul, us the organuzatuon whuchguves everystudent the opportunuty to vouce hus opunuons on protects and polucues of the school The Councul sponsors the coke machune un the maun hall uts chuef source of revenue, the pruntung of programs for Below Duck Long us convunced by Bob Haunes that he us gettung a bargaun b bu ung hus the football and basketball contests, and the bug dances of the school socual calendar, the Pugskun Prom and the Basketball Prom Mr Swaum, who has advused the counculs of MHS sunce 1946 agaun guuded the eught elected representatuves, the ex-offucuo member, and the presudent who composed the Student Councul Y Y Pugskun tucket early Student Councul duty of carung for the trophy cases We d.3"""' il Thus page sponsored by THE GOLDEN BELT LUMBER CO 2 Sr.: . '.: . ' .: u - O l I I I l O 9 . I I . Right--Pat Lutz and Marian Teare carry out E . T '62 .." XL x E T l T , I X A51 2 xl ,N , ' T' L ug x 5 vt 1 Rnualtu I I' KM' fi I - X F., F n ,I ,, if . 'N , '--. '05, V? ' 3. 3, - . 'yy x, +vi- 'Q ku Xl I N "" x i,.1.li-LJ 3,,Qy,,,,L I -Le ,VN x --Y xdV.w.J'2 '5 C24 '7 la I lee, KAY Behold lhe '54 llueen In the limelight as l954BlueMQueen is Marlene Young, possessor of one of the most alluring smiles of MHS. Due to Marlene's overall worthiness, itisapleas- ure to present to her the '54 Blue M Queen honors. 'A Vilwfk- " MARILYN FAIR CHAPPELL SANDY HUNT PAT LUTZ Dates dance the "Shoe String Swing". Right- Queen Natalie and King Roddy. Royalty leads off. Pigskin Prom Proves Popular N Ylfsfl v Suspense was in the air as everyone awaited the big moment of the evening when the Royalty of Manhattan Senior High School would be revealed . The huge "M" opened and their maiesties stepped forth. Congratulations to Natalie Harwood and Roddy Long, king and queen of the T953 Pigskin Prom. The prom decorations consisted of blue and white streamers surrounding the dance floor . Small Indians were placed around the gym, honoring the senior Iettermen. The main attraction was the large blue and white "M" that opened in the middle, revealing the king and queen . The Pigskin Prom is sponsored by the Student Council. Don Wilbur was the co-ordinating chairman, serving as master of ceremonies. This year's Pigskin Prom, with an attendance of over T50 students, was a huge success. Senior king candidates- Don McCord, Dale Smith, Roddy Long, Jerry Smith, Frank McCormick. Senior queen candi- dates- Pat Lutz, Natalie Harwood, Marlene Young, Loretta Pound. Not pictured, Shirley Younkin. L-lk-,x A --This page sponsored by-- CITY DAIRY 6 i i Above - Couples glide to the "History Hustle." Right - King Terry Murphy and Queen Kaye Koon. School Daze Dance lllarlls llllleslnne Herb's Den took the form of the little red schoolhouse and transformed the auditorium into the "School Daze" playground on February 27, l954. The swirling crepe paper streamers were set off by pencils, pens, ink bottles, books, and other obiects characterizing school. This dance set a new precedent as the entire student body selected the royal candidates. In the past, this has been done by the Student Council and an athletic team, for the dances were in honor of the teams. Honored at this dance, however, were the students of MHS, who selected as their king and queen, Terry Murphy and Kaye Koon . rr Qu, Committee functions which all had a share in making the dance successful, were led by their respective chairmen: decorations, Carol Brown, program, Irene Miller and Marilyn Moore, pub- licity, Ellen Dickens, and refreshments, Tony Alderson . The coordinating chair- man, Don McCord, presented the roy- alty during the intermission of the dance. Below - Attendants LLTO R: D. Smith, L. Pound. S. Ballard, G. Morrow, S. Douglas. S Younkin, L. Reitz. F. Schwartz. Right - Don McCord, Carol Brown. and Neal Van- Doren put finishing touches on "Herb's Den." H., ...lf lx This page sponsored by STUDIO ROYAL 7 W.. i N 1 is. 'ax I "l v Jw aw I AZ X x bl 11715 , , 4. f g X Golddigger's prizewinners. L. TO R: R. Regnier. P. Lind say, 2nd.g B. Parshall. M. Alderson. 3rd.g C. Brown N. V3l'l D0l'8l'l, Ist. "Red Hnd Uellnw Catch H fellow" Theme nf '54 Bnlddigqers V J - x sexo, ,, N. xi .7 9' , N4 l ' 5 W '5 5? x F' I .. ffl' Shirley McAdams displays her accordion talent Shirley Yowell claims that she isaterpsichorean. in sophomore assembly. while being questioned by Harold Albrecht at This page sponsored by all-school play u-yours. PETERSON'S 8 I? Hdministration ' - 1 A A, P W Nr. ' I 4, sft r' f K 'Ria ,1'. .1 ,ffl- ....-4 if 'O A V di-N R if ,X ,. F V BERGMAN haul! Head Hdmunustuatuuu Hetuues F V Bergman has been Superuntendentof the Man hattan cuty schools for twelve years He served as prun cuoal of the uunuor hugh from 1926 to 1929 then acted as senuor nugh pruncupal for thurteen years Manhattan Hugh school has undergone many umprovements sun e Mr Bergman became Superuntendent Industrualartsshops have expanded classrooms have been remodeled and the general curruculum has been enruched by addutuons to vocatuonal courses Mr Bergman us returung thus year after twenty seven years of fauthful servuce to the Manhattan cuty schools He hopes that the plans for the new hugh school wullprogress as rapudly as possuble because addu tuonal room wu ll be needed badl before the new structure can be completed H H Bushop has guuded MHSas prun T cupal sunce 1942 A furm but sympathetuc admunustrator he helps knut students and faculty unto a workung unut and performs many extras alongwuthhusregulardutues Ralph Rogers the school counselor has a wude varuety ofdutues Besudes beung a mathematucs unstructor he us also the Hu Y sponsor basketball scorer and helps set up the schedules Off ,Af ft' H, H, BIS OP RALPH ROGERS 10 This Page Sponsored By AGGIE HARDWARE AND ELECTRIC THE PRESCRIPTION SHCP .I . . . I I I . . . I .- yi iS! f 1 1 . ' . - 1 . . I . l Y ll - Il . ' ' ' . . I . A .' ff ,, I , '47 ,ff 11 I, I! 1 I' H Facullu Ufters Serwces Joyce Gregg hugh school secretary as a former student of MHS She has held the posntlon ofsecretarysnnce l952 Berthel la Cheatum serves as nurse for both the Tumor and sensor hugh schools Frances McKenna teaches Latln and Spanish sponsors the Sophomore class and language club and serves on the assembly commuttee D C Marshall has charge of the audio vusual educatnon and supervnses school photographyand the hobby club Floy Koon study hall teacher as amember of he assembly commnttee and ands Madge Busch who ns nn charge of the lunaor and senior library and sponsor of the lnbrary club JOYCE GREGG 'LORF FRANCES MCKENNA BERTHELLA CHEATUM MADGE BUSCH D. C. MARSHALL f FLOY KOON fl If I Vfvix I V 1 XQ7 f f"f"li5f1fG' XZACL 1 f 1 , , ., ,4 - This Page Sponsored By - MANHATTAN TYPEWRITER CO. 1 1 CAMPUS CLEANERS ,fgwfffft fm N fi fr fs Cfc"L14,, ,J ROLAND SWAIM if CsPAcEl J uJ -I' nj If JOHN BULLER K7 me Uur cers T Mr JohnBuller II'1GCldll'IOf1l'O Instructlng mathematlcs IS GSSIS tantHI Ysponsor headof the bud getcommIttee, a Iumor class spon sor and a member of the athletIc board M J W Taylor who sponsors FFA SUpel'VIS6S at boys Intramurals and athletIc eve n ts Mrs Caughron who IS a member of the professIonalcommIttee IS n charge of the school cafeterIa Mr Forrest DavIdson sponsor of the mUSIC club IS a member of the as semblycommlttee anda supervIsor at athletIc events Mr Charles Rapp, ID add I t I on to InstructIng shorthand bUSlHeSS law salesman shIp and OFFICE practIce IS the chIef sponsor of the senIor class a anda supervIsorat athletIc events Mr Roland SwaIm who IS student councal sponsor and chaIrman of the commerce club teaches typmg and bookkeepmg -Qv...A J W TAYLOR LUCILE CAUGHRON FORREST DAVIDSON ThIs page sponsored by FARMERS UNION CO OP OIL DEPT 12 MANHATTAN ICE AND COLD STORAGE if F - 5 : ' K , .ll I . 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V-,,, A I 1 . 5 "5 XF KX punsurs and Friends Mr Nels Havens MHS snew speech and dramatucs Instructor rs an charge of all school plays the debate team us chanrman of the assembly commuttee and has charge of the loud speaker system for football games Mr Lawrence Norvell ns the dlrector ofMHS s band and orchestra and serves on the assembly committee Miss Kugler who as sponsor of FHAand the Junior class and a member of the professuonal committee instructs home economlcs and boys problems Mass Johnson chuef sponsor and chairman of the budget commuttee teaches world hnstory and American hnstory Muss Berger Junuor class sponsor and a member of the budget com mittee mstructs Amerucan hnstory Mr Bayles who teaches Constututaon and Amerucan problems as Junior Red Cross sponsor and supervnsor at athletnc events NELS HAVENS 7- Ro Zfikgep 0413050 J' 1 S IABERTA KU GLER . LAWRENCE NORVELL WARD BAYLES LUCILE JOHNSON fl ' - This Page Sponsored By - yN AGGIEVILLE BARBER SHOP 13 COLE'S DEPARTME STO GLEN AMEND ROBERT BOLES PHIL BOWMAN 1--f Facultu Features Fun In addltnon to unstructrng brology Bob Boles assisted In football and basketball coached tenms and helped sponso Sophomore class and Science Club Glen Amend new to the Manhattan system thus year taught biology and physucs He was also a Junror class sponsor and arded nn supervnsmg boys Intramurals Phul Bowman taught chemnstry and everyday scrence Hrs extra curricular dutres mcluded assrstrng an football and taught fave hours of Englnsh and was head Sophomore class spon sor When she wasn tteachrng her four Englrsh classes Mrldred Sykes assisted rn sponsoring Y Teens and the Sensor class D Wayne Grumes was head advrsor to the staffs of the Blue M and the Mentor He also taught three hours of Englrsh and assrsted an football JHNN ANNA MARLEY DUWAYNE GRIMES MILDRED SYKES 14 Thus Page Sponsored By GILLETT HOTEL REED AND ELLIOTT JEWELERS 1 Mi E , lf: ' E rl 5 1 -A Y .p'x I . Y basketball, and being head Science Club sponsor. Anna Marley . . . - . I U- V, H . . D I . 1 I 1 ' lf H4 X' t , X. v l B A S ' if N' .f .3Xno.,v-J. Moss Jcfvx iunda Lf NICHOLAS TALARICO SHIRLEY SCHMITZ mentals, Facts Ed Dissinger, in his second yearatManhattan, was head coach in football, basketball, and track. Ed also taught boys' gym sponsored M-Club, and was noon supervisor. Tillie .Io Lyons the girls' gym teacher, sponsored the Blue Boosters and was assistant Sophomore class sponsor. Art and crafts were taught by Shirley Schmitz, she also assisted in sponsoring the Junior class Orville Gobber, metal shop teacher, served as assistant sponsor in boys' intramural program and the Senior class. Duane Gregg directed the boys' intramural program and assisted in sponsoring Hi-Y and Junior class. His teaching duties included mechanical drawing and woodwork . Nicholas Talarico sponsored the Ink Dob- bers, comprised of members of his printing classes. He helped sponsor the boys' intramural program. DUANE GREGG LAHULTI 9.,'ib"'l Q I-I ull JUS' Hi 5 1 SINGER TILLIE .IO LYONS - This age Sponsored By CITY INVESTMENT CO. GILLETT BARBER SHOP - Bud Cunningham ABOVE- L. Norvell, B. Monk, F. Davidson, and D. Grimes, accompanied by U. Burden tune up on "Jingle Bells". RIGHT- S. Schmitz and H. H. Bishop serving Christmas dinner to Carol Sitz. BELOW- F. Koon points out the new gift, a clock donated by the class of '53, to the fifth hour study hall students. i r 1 ' T p v ., ' 1 , E Iv- If 'Mm ,.. ! s W x X '- X ', . 'N ' 'X fi T I 1 xii ' ' 3. X 2. A ,A L X Facultu Familu lllurks and Plaus -new :s-:...5 xx" . --- .- I-we X'-nina. ,a-.ag Q.l"" H-"H ' ,T-V " ml ,Q ABOVE- The men treat the women faculty members toChristmas breakfast. BELOW- S. Schmitz demonstrates pottery glazing to F. Grippy, L. Pound, and G. Dallas. BELOW LEFT- Turkey-carving honors go to XI, H. Bishop and R. Rogers. ' , mf K X, f ,...-2 --This page sponsored by-- SKATE-MOR ROLLER RINK 16 Sensors x 1 fl Y 1 'fix X," X fi' f RODDY LONG MARLEN E YOUNG DAVID SMITH Vice President 45 Pigskin Comm. 4g Hi-Y Secretary-treasurer 4g Pigskin Comm, 3,4g President 4g Pigskin Comm. 2,451-I1 Y 2 3 2 3 4 M Club 2. 3.4:BaSketb-111 2,33 Foot- Y-Teen 2,3,4gBaud 2,3,4glr1terest Club 2, 41 M-Club 2, 3,4g Basketball 3,41 Golf 2 3 ball 2 3 4 Track 2,3g Pigskin King 4gAth- 3,4g Blue Boosters 24 Majorette 2,3, Head 4: Intramurals 25 Golddiggers Comm 3 letlc Board 4. 45 Play Crew 3g Student Council 33 Jr, -Sr, - Model lkgisl-IU-Ire 4. Comm. 3, Buqnnes linger Hs memories UF... A ship has docked, we...file into a new land . Seniorsall, we have come to our iourney's end . Our years in MHS are gone, now we have to say goodby to our "Ship of Fate." At times it was roughsailing, then the current would catch us and carry us a- long inagay, mad, race. ltisn'teasy now, to leave our school. We've tried to take it lightly--we've joked about the food down in the "galley," teased the sophomores, and griped about tests. But all the while we knew it would hurt to leave dear MHS. If we go up on the deck of our ship and look back, our path of white bubbles shows the way we've come. 'Way back there in the distance is the first lapof the voyage. Pat, Kaye, Sharon, Don, and Mary Lee helped us along our charted course. Our first big school dance, "Sweethearts," our school song, catering to the senior's whims--these we will re- member. Clearer now is the spray left in the wake of the next lap. Thoughts of "Green Val- ley," the CKL football championship, and the Junior-Senior banquet and dance char- tered by Terry, Kaye, Janet, Joe, Mary Lee, and Marlene, crowd our Junior log- book. The last time out, our frigate was manned by Davey, Roddy, Marlene, Terry, Tony, Pat, and Marian. The loyalsupportersofour football team elected Queen Natalie and King Roddy to reign at the Pigskin, all our dramatic ventures were successful--why, the whole crew got into the act this last time. "The last time." We've said it again and again this year. As we look back into the bubbles, we find them full of ioy and pleasure . Turning the other way, there are no signposts, and few beacons lightour way. We venture into our new world with hope, faith, and trust in the future, and always memories of our days in MHS. in N., TONY ALDERSON LURA ALEXANDER KAREN ANNIS Pigskin COYIIFD. 2.4: Hi-Y Y - Teen 2, 3, 4, Interest Y - Teen 2, 3, 4, Interest 2, 3, 4, Interest Club 2, 3, Club 2, 3.4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 4, Football 3, Student Council 4, Soph. Party Comm., Ir.-Sr. Comm. 3. Club 3, Treble Clef 4. These Carefree Senior Deus em 1 F JACK BISHOP Pigskin Comm. 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, M-Club 4, Basket- NANCY BAEHR Y -Teen 2,3,4, Or- chestra 2,3,4, Inter- est Club 2, 3, 4, Play Blue Boosters 3, Class Vice- Crew 2, 3, Music Fes- tival 2,3, "Sweet- KAYE AYE Pigskin Comm. 2,3,4, Robed Choir 4, Y-Teen 2, 3,4, Interest Club 2, 3,4, Pres. 2,Drama Festival 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Treble hearty- 2, Accompa- Clef 3, "Green Valley" 3, nist 4. Basketball Comm. 3, Mentor staff 4. EDDIE BARNES MAX BAYER Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Interest Club Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Interest 2,3,4, Track 3, Intra- Club 2,3, Boys' Glee murals 2, 3, 4. Club 2. ball 3,4,Foorba11 4, Track EVELYN BLANC BONNY BROWN 2, 3, 4, Intr a m urals 2, Y - Tee n 2, 3, 4, Interest Olsburg. KaI1S..2:Y'TC8l1 JOYCE BUMBAUGH Soph. Party Comm., Gold Club 2, 3, 4, IntramuraIs2, HELEN BOWMAN 3, 4, Interest Club 3, 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Int- Diggers Comm. 3,Basket- Girls' Glee Club 2, Treble Y - Te en 2, 3, 4,lnterest Girls' Glee Club 3, Men- erest Club 2, 3, 4, ball Prom Comm, 3, Clef 3. Club 2, 3, 4. tor Staff 4. Girls' Glee Club 2. NANCY CARDWELL Y-Teen 2,45 Pigskin Comm. 45 Interest Club 2, 45 Blue Boost- ers 45 Scholarship Test Rating 2. MARY CARR Robed Choir 3,45 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2. KAY CHAPPELL Pigskin Comm. 3, 45 Robed Choir 3, 45 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Play Crew 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Cab- inet 3,45 "Sweethearts" 2g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35 "Green Valley" 35 Mentor Staff 45 Mix. Ensemble 45 Baby Queen 4. fm CHARLES COMFORT PAT CONLON Hi-Y 2, 35 Interest Club 3, Okinawa American H S 45Football2, 35Intramurals 35 Pigskin Comm 4 Hi Y 2,45 Boys' Glee Club 3. 45 Interest Club 4 lntra murals 4. "ilu, lin, Phil!" LENA CONROW Robed Choir 45 Y- Teen 2, 3,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Soph. Parry Comm, 25 Jr. - I? 'xr MARILYN COOL Robed Choir 45 Y-Teen 2, 33,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Treble Clef 4. BUNNY COWAN Pigskin Comm. 2, 3,45 Y- Teen 2,3,45 Band2,35 Orch. 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 3,Pres. 45 "Ghost Ship" 25 Play Crew 2,3,45 Y- in Chem lah 1, -S i i 1 Sr. Comm. 35 Treble Teen Cab. 2,35 Speech- Clef 3. CAROL CRUMBAKER Robed Choir 45 Y- Teen 2,3, Pres. 4' Interest Club 2,3,45 Blue Boosters 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Scholarship Test Rat- ing 35 Treble Clef 3. BILL CUMMINS Twin Falls, Idaho 3g Hi-Y 2, 35 Interest Club 35 Bas- ketball25 Football 2,35 Track 2, Drama Festival 35 "Green Valley" 35 Mentor Staff 45 Debate 45 Jr. -Sr. Comm. 3. MELVIN DALE Hi-Y 2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 2, 3. GLORIA DALLAS Y - Teen 2, 3, 45 Interest RUTH DAY Club 2,3,45 Blue Boosters Irving, Kansas2 3 Y Teen 2, 35 "Green Valley" 3. 45 Girls' Glee Clu x E W Z u.X BOB DICKENS ROBERTA DINSMORE BOB DITTOE WAYNE DODSON MARY LEE DURLAND Pigskin Comm. 4, Robed Pigskin Comm. 4,Y-Teen Hi-Y 2, Interest Club 4, Ili-Y 2,3,Iuterest Club 2, Pigskin Cllmm- 2,3- Choir 4, H1-Y 2, 3,4, M- 2,3,4, Interest Club 2,3, Football f3,4, Tennis 2, 3, M-Club fs,4, Football 3, 41 YK'Teen 213-fil Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 3, 4, Jr. -Sr. 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Boys' 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Football i?:g:eiE3E1c3LChg 4, Trac k 2, 3,4, Intra- Comm. 3, "Green Valley" Glee Club 3. Mgr. 2, Jr. -Sr. Comm. Blue BOOSterS'3:4! murals 2, Boys' Glee Club Stu. Dir. 3. 3, Basketball Comm. 3, play Crew 2'3: Stu- 3. dent Council 2, 3,Pep "lllell, ll Beelleninq Veiee Cellinq lllell! llnelher Velunleet' . ee? lg u l it X- -1 , ll! 'V 'SQ l nl N I IB Y MARY LOU FICKE Pigskin Comm. 2, 3, Robed Choir 3,4, Y-Teen 2, 3,4, Band 3,4,0rch. 3,4,Inrer- est Club 2, 3, 4, Blue Boost- ers 2, "Tigers Necklace 3, Intramurals2, Play Crew 2,3, Girls' Glee Club 2. WAYNE FISHER Pigskin Comm. 2, 3, Ht-Y 2, 3, 4, Interest Club 2, 3, 4. .TERRY FITZGERALD Robed Choir 3, 4, Hi-Y 2 3, 4, Interest Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 2 3,4, Intramurals 2, Boys' Glee Club 2," Sweethearts" 2. Band 2, Blue-M Bus. Mgr. 4, Mentor Staff 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. SHIRLEY EKBERG Robed Choir 4, Y-Teen 2, 3,4, Interest Club 2, ll,4, Blue Boosters 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Treble Clef 3. BYRON FRAZIER Hi-Y 2, Interest Club 2, 3, Boys'G1ee Club2,.3, "Sweethearts" 2. MARILYN FAIR Pigskin Comm. 2, 3, Robed Choir 3,4, Y- Teen 2,3,4, Interest Club 2,3,4, Blue Boosters 2,4, Play Crew 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Cheerleader 4, "Green Valley" 3, Basketball Comm. 3. LOIS GAEDE Robed Choir 4, Y- Teen 2,3,4, Interest Club 2,3,4, Blue Boosters 3,4, Play Crew 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Treble Clef 3. ESTER GARIBAY PEGGY GILES HENRY GLADOW GARY GOODSON Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Inter- Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Interest Club Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Interest Club est Club 2, 3, 4, Intra- Club 2, 3. 3, 4. ' 2. murals 3. ll X f e X 1 i 4 ' ' I il . , A F fi-li if M ' ill , I 'rj K' y' v ' L. FRANK GRIPPY HAROLD HAID 7 Pigskin Comm. 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Interest Club Q Robed Choir 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 3,4, Track A r 2, 3.4, Interest Club 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Boys' 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 3, 4, Glee Club 3. -I Q Boys' Glee Club 2,3, Jr. -Sr. Comm, 3, J "Green Valley" 3. PAULA HANNAGAN Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Interest C lu b 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3.4. LOYD HARLAN Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Interest Club 2, 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Boys' Glee Club 2, "Green Valley" 3. NATALIE HARWOOD Pigskin Comm. 3,4, Y- Teen 2, 3, 4, Interest Club 2, 3,4, Blue Boosters 2. 3, SHARON GREIVELDINGER Pigskin Comm. 2,3,4, Y- Teen 2,3,4, Robed Choir 4, Interest Club 2, 3, 4, Blue Boosters 4, Soph. Class Sec. 2,Girls' Glee Club 2, Treble Clef 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. Decorating For Proms from iipsu ladders ALBERT HEIDEL Pres. 4, Y-Teen Cabinet GENE HAVENSTEIN Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Interest Club 3.4, Play Crew 2, 3, Pig- Hi-Y 2,3,4, Interest Club 2, 3, 4, Judging Team 4, skin Queen 4, Assembly 2, 3, 4, American Royal 2, American Royal 2,3,4, Comm. 4, Jr. -Sr. Comm, 3, Car-Tractor Driving Car-Tractor Driving Con- 3. Contest 2, 3, 4. test. LEE I-IILDEBRECHT Robed Choir 3,4, Hi-Y 2, 3,4, Boys' Octet 3,4, Bas ketball 3, Football 3, Ten- nis 2, 3,4, Intramurals 2. 4, Mix. Ensemble 3,Boys' Glee Club 2,"Sweethearts" 2, Jr. -Sr. Comm. 3. U I Who, me? JACK HILLMAN I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, Interest Club 2, 4, Intramurals 4. JOE HOLBERT Pigskin Comm. 2, 3.4, Band 2.3.4, I-Ii-Y 2, Or- ch. 4, Interest Club 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 3,4, Student Council 3, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, "Green Valley" 3, Mentor Staff 4. G Twirp llleels .I l J Irs -ff. J Hnd The DICK JOHNSON li NORMA JOHNSON Hi'Y 2.3.4: Band 2.3: Y-Teen 2.3.4, Pigskin OFCJI- 3: IHISICSI Club 2, Comm. 4, Interest Club 2. 3: lI1U3ml-H315 3: PCP Band 3. 4, Play Crew 4, Mentor 3, 4, "Green Valley" 3. Staff 4. Gold Diggers BARBARA JONES Y-Teen 2, 3,4, Band 2, 3. 4, Orch. 2, 3, 4, Interest Club 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Woodwind Quintet 3.4. GEORGE HOOPER Pigskin Comm. 4, Robed choir 4, H1-Y 2.3, Pres. 4, Band 2.3.4, Orch. 4, Interest Club 4, -"Tigers Necklace" 3, Football 3. 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Model Leg- islature 4, Jr. -Sr. Comm. 3. SANDY HUNT Pigskin Comm. 2.3, Robed Choir 3,4, Y- Teen 2.3.4, Interest Club 2,3,4, "Ghost Ship" 2, "Tigers Necklace" 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Cheer- leader 2.3, Mentor Staff 4, Jr. -Sr. Comm. 3. DICK JACOBSON Pigskin Comm. 3, I-Ii-Y 2, 3.4, Interest Club 2, 3,4, Football 2.3.4, Track 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Play Crew 2. BEATRICE JONES Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orch. 2, 3,4, Interest Club 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Woodwind Quintet 3, 4. BOB JOHNSON Topeka. Kans. 2, Pig- skin Comm. 3, Robed Choir 3, Hi-Y 3,4, Interest Club 3,4, Play Crew 3, Schol. Test Rating 3, Accom- panist 3, Jr. -Sr. Comm. 3, Speech Festival 3, PAUL JUSTUS Hi-Y 2.3.4, Band 2. 3.4, Interest Club 2.4, Football 3.4, Track 3,4, Intra- murals 2.3.4. EDWARD KIDD I-Ii-Y 2,3,45 Band 2, 3,45 Orchestra 3,45 PepBand 2, 3,4. BERNICE KIENTZ Pigskin Comm. 45 Y-Teen 2, 3,45 Interest Club 2, 3, Pres. 45 Blue Boosters 3, 45 Treble Clef 3,45 Y-Teen Cabinet 35 Play Crew 25 Girls' Glee Club 25lr. -Sr. Comm. 3. KAYE KOON Pigskin Comm. 45 Robed Choir 3, 45 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Jr. Class Vice-Pres. 35 Schol. Test Rating 2, 35 "Sweet- hearts" 25 Mentor staff 4 Blue-M Editor 45 "Green Valley" 35 Girls' Glee Club 2. JANET KUGLER ROBERT LASII PigskinCom1n.3,45Robed I-Ii-Y 45 Interest Club 3, Choir 13,45 Y-Teen 2,3. 45 "Green Valley" 3. 45 Mix. Ensemble 45 In- terest Club 253,45 Ir. Class Sec. 35 "Green Val- ley" Q35 Mentor Staff-1 Speech Festival 35" Sweet hearts" 25 B. Ball Comm. 3. DICK LONG PigskinComm. 35Hi- Y 2,3,45 M-Club 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Ir. -Sr.Comm. 35 Model Legislature 45 Act. Funds Dis- tribution Comm. 2, 3. RICHARD MANSFIELD Pigskin Comm. 45 Hi- Y 2, 45 Band 2, 45 In- terest Club 2,45"Tigers Necklace" 25Il'lI1'3 - murals 2, 45 Pep Band 2, 4. DALE LUMB Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Orch. 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 3,45 Pep Band 2,3, Leader 45 Woodwind Quin- tet 3,45 Mus. Festival 25 School Dance Band 4. MILTON MA'I'THEWS Robed Choir 2, il, 45 Hi-Y 2, 53,45 Mix. Ensemble 45 Interest Club 45 Boys' Oc- tet 3,45 Football 35 Track 735 Intramurals 2,45 Boys' Glee Club 25" Sweethearts" 2. PAT LUTZ Pigskin Comm. 3,45Robet. Choir 3,45 Y-Teenie, qs, 4, Interest Club 2, 3, Pres. 45 Soph. Class Pres. 25 Stu- dent Couneil 45 Mus. Fes- tival 2, 35 Accompanist 2, 53, 45 "Green Valley' 35 Assembly Comm. 45 Ir. - Sr. Comm, 3, PHIL METCALF , E 2 7 J . Hnnlher School Haul Gnudul Buodul Hi-Y 2, 35 Interest Club 2, VICTOR METZ 3, 45 Golf 2, 35 Intramurals Mankato, Kans. 25 Hi-Y 2, 35 Play Crew 3. 4. JO ELLEN MEYERS Herington, Kans. 2, 35 Pig- skin Comm. 45Y-Teen 45 Band 45 Orch. 45 Interest Club 45 Pep Band 4. BARBARA MCBRIDE Wamego, Kans. 2, Pig- skin Comm. 4, Y-Teen 3,4, Interest Club 3,4, Blue Boosters 4, Play Crew 3,Girls' Glee Club 3, Tre- ble Clef 4, Mentor Staff 4, I1'.'Sl'. C0l'I'l1'Il. 3, B. B.Comm, 3. HAL MCCLURE Robed Choir 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Interest Club 2,3,4, Boys' Octet 4, Intramurals 3,4, FFA Conv. 3,4, FFA Leadership School 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, Judging Teams 2,3,4. That Depleied Feeling Hiier Senior Expenses va . T59 vi A r Il" LLlIl mmm We ie .. .ms GARY MURPHY MYRTLE MURDIE Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Interest Club Meriden, Kans.2,Y-Teen 3,4, Interest Club 3,4. 2, 3,4,lntramurals 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3,4. DON MCCORD Pigskin Comm, 2,3,4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Band 2,3,4, Orch. 3,4, M-Club 3,4, Basketball 3,4, Football 2,3,4, Tennis 2,3,4, In- tramurals 2, Student Council 2, S chol. Test Rating 2,3, Blue-M Staff 4, Pep Band 3,4, Mentor Staff 4, FRANK MCCORMICK Warwick, Va. 2,3, Hi-Y 4, Football 4. PRUDY MCCRACKEN Pigskin Comm. 4, Robed Choir 4, Y- Teen 2,3,Interest Club 2,3,4, Play Crew 2,3,Treble Clef 3, Speech- Drama Festival 3, "GreenValley" 3, Mentor Staff 4, Ir. - S. Comm. 3, Girls' Glee Club 2. f3l ANITA MCINTEER Westmoreland, Kans. 3, Y-Teen 2, 4, Interest Club 2, 4. TERRY MURPHY Pigskin Comm. 2,3, Hi- Y 2, 3, 4, Interest Club 2, 3,4, Jr. Class Pres. 3,In- rramurals 2,3,4, Student Council Pres. 4, Cheer- leader 2, 3, Model Legis- lature 4, Mentor staff 4, "Green Valley" 3, Ath- letic Board 4. BASIA MILLER Pigskin Comm. 4, Robed Choir 3,4, Y-Teen 2,3, 4, Band 3,4, Orch. 3,4, Interest Club 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Schol. Test Rating 2, 3, "Green Valley" 3, Y-Teen Cabinet 4, Mentor Staff 4. LOIS NELSON Y-Teen 2,3,4, Interest Club 2,3,4, Blue Boosters 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Jr. -Sr. Comm. 3. Y' J? l DARLENE MILLER Y-Teen 2.3.4, ln - terest Club 2, 3,4, Play Crew 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Treble Clef 3. MELVIN NELSON Interest Club 2,3, Play Crew 2, Judging Team 2, 3, American Royal 2, 3, Car - Tractor Driving Con- test 2, 3, 4. 41 MARILYN NEILSON Pigskin Comm. 35Y- Teen 2, 3,45 Interest CIUD 2,3,45 Intra- murals 25 Play Crew 35Gi1'1s' Glee Club 25 Soph. Party Comm. 25 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35 Student Council Book- keeper 4. ROBERT NORK Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 3,4. DALE NORRIS Hi-Y 2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Orch. 3,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Jr, -Sr, Comm. 35 "Green Valley" 35 Basketball Comm. 35 Saxophone Quartet 25 Dance Band 2. TOM OBERHEIM Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 B and 2, 35 Interest Club 2, 3, Pres. 45 Intramurals 2, 35 Scholar- ship Test Rating 2, 35 Blue- M and Mentor Photographer 4. LARRY O'NEILL Hi-Y 3,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Intra- murals 45 Judging Team 2, 3, 45 Amer- ican Royal 2, 45 Car- Tractor Driving Con- test2, 3,45FFAConv. 45 FFA Leadership School. BILL PATTON Hi-Y 2, 3, 45,Interest Club 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Intramurals 2. AGNES PARSONS Pigskin Comm. 45 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Band 3,45 Interest Club 2, 4, Pres. 35 Major- ette 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 25 Play Crew 2, 35Girls' Glee Club 25 Treble Clef 35 Y- Teen Cabinet 45 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. CHARLEY PEAK Robed Choir 3,45 Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Mix. Ensemble 3,45 Interest Club 2, 35 M-Club 45 Boys' Octet 2,3,45 "Ghost Ship" 25 Tennis 2, 3. 45 Intramurals2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 25" Sweethearts" 25 "Green Valley" 35 Mu- sic Festival 2, 3, 4. Uelling "Hold lhal line MARILYN PETERSON Alta Vista, Kans. 25' Y- Teen 3, 45 Interest Club 3, 45 Play Crew 4. ' X,ff .qk LORETTA POUND Salina, Kans. 25 Pigskin Comm. 45 Y-Teen 3,45 Interest Club 3, 45 Blue Boosters 35 Play Crew 35 Cheerleader 45 Speech - Drama Festival 35 Jr. -Sr. Comm. 35 "Green Valley" 35 Basketball Comm. 3. YVONNE O'DONNELL Denver, Colo. 25 Pigskin Comm. 45 Y-Teen 3,45 Interest Club 3,45 Blue Boosters 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Comm, 35 Mentor Staff 45 Treble Clef 35 Basket- ball Comm. 3. 77 ANNA LEE RATHBONE Pigskin Comm. 45 Robed Choir 3,45 Y-Teen 2, 3,4 Interest Club 2,3,45 Play Crew 25 Girls' Glee Club 2 1,6 MARY ROGERS Pigskin Comm. 45 Robed Choir 3,45 Y-Teen 2,3, 45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Blue Boosters 2, 3,45 Play Crew 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Y-Teen Cabinet 3,45 .lr. -Sr. Comm. 35 "Green Valley" 35 Mentor Staff 45 that la SANDRA SMERCHEK PigskinComm. 2, 3,45 Y- Teen 2,3,45 Band 2, 35 Orch. 2,3,45 String Trio 3,45 Interest Club 2, 3,45 Blue Boosters 45 Play Crew 2, 35 Schol. Test Rating 35 Music Festival 2,35 lr. -Sr. Comm. 35 Mentor Staff45 Gold Diggers Comm. 3. LARRY SCHALL Robed Choir 3, 45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Boys' Glee Club 25 "Sweethearts" 2. JOYCE SHANKLAND PigskinComm. 2, 3,45Y- Teen 2, 3,45 Band 2, 3,45 Orch. 3,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Blue Boosters 45 Play Crew 25 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35 Gold Diggers Comm. 35 Basketball Comm. 3. st Drop Ui H 12:57 Coke N. ' x JACK SMILEY Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Football 2, 35 Intramurals 2. DALE SMITH Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 25 M-Club 3,45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Intra- murals 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Cab- inet 4. CAROLYN SIMPSON DORA SIMS Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Interest Belleville, Kans. 25 Club 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Y-Teen35B1ueBoost- Club 25 Treble Clef 3. ers 35Girls'GleeC1ub 3. EDDIE SLATER Robed Choir 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Basketball 35 Foot- ball 35 Tennis 2, 45 Intra- murals 25 Boys' Glee Club 25 Mentor Staff 4. GERALD SMITH Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 M-Club2, 33, 45 Football 2, 3,45 Golf 2 il, 45 Scholarship Test Rat- ing 2. I EARL SMALTZ Robed Choir 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 25 "Sweethearts" 25 "Green Valley" 3. MARIDELL SMITH Pigskin Comm. 2,45 Robed Choir 45 Y- Teen 2, 3,45 Band 3, 45 Mix. Ensemble 45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Blue Boosters 25 Play Crew2, 35Treble Clef 35 Music Festival 35 Girls' Glee Club 2. JOHN STAPP Arkansas City, Kans. 25 Band 3, 45Orch. 3, 45 Intramurals 35 Pep Band 3, 45 Music Fes- tival 3, 4. X JOE STEELE Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Band 2,3,45 Orch. 45 Interest Club 2, 3,45 Football Mgr. 3,45 Track Mgr. 2,35 Intra- JUANITA STILLEY WANDA STILLEY KATHERINE TAYLUK Y-Teen 2,3,45 Interest Y-Teen 2,3,45 Interest Pigskin Comm, 45 Robed Club 2, 4. Club 2, 4. Choir 3, 45 Y-Teen 2, 3,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Play Crew 35 Girls' Glee Club murals 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 25 Double Trio 2. 25 Boys' Ensemble 35 Gold Diggers Comm. 3. MARIAN TEARE Pigskin Comm. 3, 45 Robed Choir 3, 45 Y- Teen2,3, 45 Mix. En- semble 3,45 Interest Club 2.3, 45 Student Council Sec. 45Blue- M Artist 45 Mentor Staff 45 Assembly Comm. 45 "Green Valley" 3. Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35 B. B. Comm. Chr. 35lnrra- murals 2. DAVID URQUHART Robed Choir 3,45 Hi- Y 2,3,45 Interest Club 2,45 Boys' Octet 35 Basketball 35 Track 2, 35 Intramurals 2 , 45 Model Legislature 45 Hi-Y Cabinet 3,4- "Sweethearts" 2. MARGARET TESSMANN Chapman 25 Robed Choir 3,45 Mix. Ensemble 3,45 Interest Club 3,45 Y-Teen 3. NEAL VAN DOREN I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 3, 45 Play Crew 35 Speech-Drama Festival 35 "Green Valley" 3. JOYCE THOMPSON Pigskin Comm. 45 Robed Choir 45 Y-Teen 2,3,45 Band 2,3, 45 Orch. 45 In- terest Club 2,3,45 Blue Boosters25 Girls' Glee Club 35 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Mentor Staff 4. ESTALEE VAN SICKLE Robed Choir 45 Y-Teen 2, 3,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Girls' Clee Club 25 Y-Teen CHARLES VINCENT Cabinet 45 Mentor Staff 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Interest Club Treble Clef 3. ...HII Hre "Has Beans 5,.u.sv Cl-IARLENE WADICK Y-Teen 2, 35 Interest Club 2, 3, 45Gir1s' Glee Club 2. HARRY WAREHAM Pigskin Comm. 45 Robed Choir 3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Interest Club 2, 3,45 Bas- ketball 45 Intramurals 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 25 "Sweethearts" 25 Blue-M Staff 45 Mentor Staff 4. NEAL WELCH RobedChoir 45 Hi-Y 4QIl'1' terest Club 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Intramurals 35 Boys' Glee Club 35 American Royal 25 Car-Tractor Driv- ing Contest 25 Boys' En- semble 3. DON WHAN Wichita 2, 35 Hi-Y 4. MARY JANE WHITMER Y-Teen 2, 35 Interest Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2. DON WILBUR, Jr. Pigskin Comm. 253, Chr. 45 Robed Choir 2,3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Mix. Ensemble 2,3. 45 Interest Club 2.3, 45 Boys' Octet 2, 3,45 Basketball 35 "Sweet- hearts" 25"Green Val- ley 35 Model Legis- lature 3. 0 Future Citizens 2 ,-4-f X l X JOY YEO Pigskin Comm. 3,45 Robed Choir 45 Y-Teen 2,3,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Blue Boosters 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Y-Teen Cabinet 45 Soph. Party Comm. 25 "Sweethearts" 25 Scholar- ship Test Rating 35 Mentor Editor 45 "Green Val1ey" 35 "Tiger's Necklace" Stu. Dir. 3. SHIRLEY YOUNKIN Pigskin Comm. 2, 3,45 Robed Choir 3, 45 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 3, 45 Blue Boosters 2, 3,45 "Sweethearts" 25 Jr. -Sr. Comm. 35Mentor Staff 45 Basketball Comm. Chr. 35 Y-Teen Cabinet 3,45 Mu- sic Festival 2, 35 Gold Diggers Comm. 3. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS Hi-Y 45 Interest Club 2, 35 M-Club 45 Track 35 Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. SHLRLEY YOWELL Y-Teen 2,3,45 Interest Club 2,3,45 Blue Boosters 25 "Tiger's Necklace" 35 Play Crew 25 Girls' Glee Club 2. x fb I JAMES WOOD Hi-Y 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 3, 45 Judging Team 2, 3, 45 American Ro y al 2, 3, 45 Car-Tractor Driving Con- test 2, 3, 4. JAMES ZAHNLEY Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Interest Club 2, 3,45 Boys' Glee Club 2, 35 Scholarship Test Rating 25 Debate Team 4. GARY WOODRUFF Hi -Y 2, 3,45 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3. RICHARD ZENTZ Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Interest Club 2, 3,45 Football 4g Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Judging Team 2, 3, 45 American Royal 2, 3, 45 Car-Tractor Con- test. Underclassmen ix ,V Q - A 3 Mfg xwf ' x A, r 3 1 yi X Al... , an... . -- - . E' Sandra Hodgson secretary treasurer Trudxe Foltz pres 1d81'1I Pete Lmdsay v1ce presldent After a successful sophomore year the junior class of 53 54 entered its eventful round with the utmost self confidence They were steered along by the capable guidance of Trudle Foltz pres :dent Pete Lindsay vice president, Sandra Hodg son secretary treasurer and, Miss Berger spon sor while Ben Osburn Bryan Barr and Charles Kerchner voiced their respected opinion on the Student Council The juniors started the turning of the wheel by producmg nineteen lettermen from the grid: ron season Guin Morrow, Elenita Royer, Lois Smith, Salli Wilen, Lorraine Alexander, Bob Doebele, Ben Osburn, and Leland Reitz were the honorary candidates for the Pigskin titles Representing the juniors on the varsity basket ball team were four stand-out performers. They were Bob Doebele, Bill Conrow, Leland Reitz, and Charles Kerchner Several juniorsalso formed the nucleus of the B squad . October 12, and l3, were the dates of the junior class play, "The Inner Willy." Charles M099ie, Lynn Marti, James MacFarlane, Alice Stubblefield, Joan Tollefson, Charles Havens, Marilyn Moore, John Rush, Laura Langford, Carol Sitz, and LuAnn Burnette participated. David Mc- Arthur, Bryan Barr, Ruth Regnier, and Diane Koon represented the juniors in the all-school play. When Greta Florell was elected to lead the student body in cheering our teams to victory, the juniors were proud . "Red and yellowcatcha fellow" was the gold- digger theme sponsored by the junior class . Juniors Take Une more Step inward Senmntu Proceeds from the play and the golddlggers went to entertain the seniors at the Junior Senior banquetanddance Thlsclimaxed the MHS social activities of the 53 54 school term Addnngasuccessful junior year to their prev: ous sophomore one the curtain falls again on this outstanding class only to rise once more when they will continue the high standards they have se This page sponsored by JOHNSMEYER FEED 8. SEED STORE I 5' I 1 ll 'K . , I 'il I L, ,mb 9 Q of - "4 mem, K ah? Q49 Q' Ou: Ev 'Ir at Duane Ruth Leland Mary Ellen David lenita DLWayne rockish Pultz Regnier Reitz ers gg orf Ruwe "sf 'E' -.:' Carol Barbara Lois Virginia Bruce Irene Alice IBITISS SiIZ Smith Smith Sprague Stover Strafuss Stubblefield Taylor 3 Lee W Don , 1 Ioan Beatrice Virginia Pat Ralph Salli eaford f , Thayer r P Tollefson Vera Vera Wadick Wareham Wilen . 1 'J I ? , -'Qt ' L' , NL -f' 1 i " l A 'I ' ' 1, I,v.i wif V? it 'A .1 if .gl 4 'Z I .ful ' E ' .KL f .J full , . LLL, lil, 'Lb . , ,fl ' f :V W7 ' L J Noi' PICTURED: s lvia Burma, Phil En en, Robert L, I 1 Y S -ul-lolgerson. Eddie Kautz, Jim Knott. Earl McGinty. 7" Gerald Henderson, Jenetta Scott, BillSte hens. Don- ! P, Judy LaVon Jay John - nell Martin. Clifford Park. Wilkins Woodman Workman Wright u Q1 R x xr N X N Q ,' x , X N V, -.V 2 ,Q Egx W ,rf gg.. aa f-eff' -C fff-J .P mf ' - ' ' 1 A fd dawg - V H by-3, V' nf I K' I I V, fN X :E 1,-f -zitfg, A :-54 , XX-JI x V - ' ' ff if W T i Xxf' - . G ' ff 4.3f4'f,47+ C 6X 1 k-J is V , Q" " I Q! fy 0 E' N l J . v '5 X -.X , Q X Lf' I D X , Aff , L ' ' y f" M A "1 df if 5 e f E A 5 33 if it 7, , ,f ,J Dawn Morrell sec rreas John Garrett pres Marg1eCrumbaker vxce pres f t I fx! N '1 -t , i . L' 'Q I A v tl, 1 7 s, Q U I " H If - f ,I A I . .1 , 1 A 0 It ,, s '1 y A Y T T , I L nf 1 1 f If X y f' . Q , - . If I' 'fs' Q A 4 A' Ole' I Sophumnres Eaqerlu Hcsepl Respnnslhllllles In lllHS In thelr frrst year at MHS the Class of 56 showedgreatpotentualrtymallfueldsofactrvrtues From the very start of theur hugh school career un the partues school work athletncs and dramat rcs of MHS The three rnduvuduals who led the way for the remainder of the class were John Garrett presudent Marlorue Crumbaker vlce presndent and Dawn Morrell secretary treasurer under the advlsory durectlon of Mlss Anna Marley The sophomores elected Ll ll lan Suelter and Jerry Met calf to volce theur opmrons un Student Councul Ronnie Sowell Sonny Ballard and Steve Douglas were erther starters or farst lane replace ments by the tame football season was drawmg to a close Both Steve and Sonny were starters on the varsity basketball team Two of the fave cheerleading posts were held by sophomores Ellen Dxckens and Sandra Drown DfGmGfICGbllIfYWUS found In ample abundance as John Garrett Jrm Roberts, Wayne Spencer, Carol Smlth Sharon Wagner Imogene Lamb Mary Alderson, Harold Albrecht Harold Grer and LaVerne Pultz represented thelr class In the of the most enterta I n I ng and well balanced assemblles was presented by the sophomore class on February l2 Hlghllght ng thelr fnrst year un MHS was the annual sophomore class party at whlch Jlm Angle served as master of ceremomes Lllllan Suelter had charge of musxc Catherlne Carney made arrangements for refreshments and Ellen Drckens supervused publlclty When lxstenmg to our vocal and Instrumental groups perform one realnzed that the sophomores were assets to these organlzatlons The sophomores may have thought that they had a hard go of It after bemg papooses but from thelr presentatuon of talent In all frelds they proved to have several potentral chrefs along wrth many frghtlng warrlors Thus page sponsored by 1 f U .A p . l l ' l A , N I J l' I y 5 I 14 'A Y f , ' sovl f x T K . A 1 I X u I I I I 'I 1 J T. f 1 , " V I l I s A ' W l h , A 'N Q 2 K5 J I f' , ,f 0' s , V 1 . . . . . . . . I . I the sophomores, l44inall, tookan active interest all-school play, "The Nightofjanuary l6." One JUSTUS FURNITURE CO. 36 COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. af Q M FI' X1 :lf Hildred Love lx " Na if G' '- 19 .M il if Richards Mar Sue Y Schmedemann Wayne Spencer 'X ..x s., N T? qs 'f .i if Paul Harley Jim Major Walter Dick Anna Mae Don Riggins Roberts Royer Rudolph Russell Ruwe Sargent can -,rf 3 'Y T '7 lwx .QL Frances Sherry Margaret Bob Carol Lena Ronnie Schwartz Slegle Silva Sitterly Smith Smith Sowell 'Jn T' 7-T .awskal Marilyn Lillian Dixie Sharon Howard Ronald Dean Steele Suelter Tessmann Toburen Tubbs Vess Vincent '-1 41? is E' gin- Kay Sharon Suzanne Bill Bernard Duane A lice Bill Waddell Wagner Wallerstedt Washington Webb Westgate Whitney Whitney 'A I N' I N N s ' 5 , s . S nys' 's . I 1 l I ' luv-'N 65 6' t I I u i v. 1 4 ' Ina Jo Roy Willis Ruth John Larry x 4 I , . 4 Wilson Wilson Wood wright Yowen Hogg ' r 1 I n my Q Q nr! , ' 41 NOT PICTURED: Pearle Callahan, W.I. Coffman. Phyllis Hanks. Patsy Jac ty QS. . . . . pf fer , McBride. David Misenhelter. Tom Nichols. J. D. Staatz. Eugene Sggjlrt. QW Taylor. ij 1? gb er- Q Cf .2 1 ff 'Z '1' 1.5 Qc 39 L5 f , '94 4 6 'flaf CP 5 Q11 9 ff Hthleiics K , 1 XA? Q , W t i X 4 J ' H A 2 'Za X 'L I ii l ' r- --- - 4:44 :he Cunsiderahlu Manhattan-I4 Clay Center-7 The team traveled to Clay Center to win its first game ofthe season . They looked much better than in anyprevious games as they easily subdued the Tigers' attack. Manhattan-T4 Topeka-27 A reiuvenated tribe of Indians gave the highly favored Trojans a rugged battle in this game . They had the Topeka team down l4-l3 at halftime, but they couldn't hold up under the terrific pressure as the game rolled on . Topeka was ranked number two team in the State. Manhattan-28 Abilene-0 This game seemed to be the high point of the season for Ed Dissinger's gridders as Jack Bishop converted four straight extra points to help gain MHS's highest score of the season . Manhattan- l4 McPherson-28 The game Indians put up a very good fight against the CKL champs in McPherson, but they couldn't seem to roll against the Bullpups' rough defense. Manhattan-7 Salina-7 The season came to a close here in Manhattan when the Warriors surprised a highly touted Salina eleven . All the boys turned in exceptional per- formances in this one as theyall but outscored the Maroons. Who's got the ball? Nobody. Although it appears that Jerry Smith is carrying the ball, he and Roddy Long are actually running interference. Brumm 1715 closes in as the Indians try to stop the surging McPherson offensive. F. Charley Kerchner 174, carries the the ball as George Hooper throws a block into an anxious McPherson Bullpup. -This page sponsored by- DON AND JERRY'S CLOTHIERS 43 lRVINE'S SKELLY SERVICE lnhe Improves Hs Season Pmqresses A SQUAD TOP ROW Backfreld coach Boles McCord Welch Johnson Annrs Johns L Justus Ballard Brumm Hard Comfort Zrngg Rush lrne coach Bowman THIRD ROW End coach Grrmes R Long Harper Douglas Par shall MacFarlane Kerchner P Justus Doebele Sowell The Manhattan lndrans football squad under theable coachrng of Ed Drssrnger, thus year overcamea terrrfrc rebur ldrng handrcap to take the number four spot rn the CKL Wrth only three lettermen returnmg from last year s champronshrp team the rnexperrenced lndrans won two, lost frve, and tred two Although the Blue Warrrors record was not very rmpressnve, the sophomore and rumor footballers garned a lot of experuence, some thrng that wrll be very valuable rn future seasons Boone headcoachD1sslnger SECOND ROW Hooper Clark D Smrth Dodson Drckens Rertz Osburn Jacobson Brs hop Harrrs BOTTOM ROW Garrett I Smrth D Long Hrxson Lundberg Dretrrch Drttoe Alexander Work man Knapp Managers Steele and Russell Wrth the return of only three senror let termen Dale Smrth Don McCord and Roddy Long, the Irrdrans ran up farrly good yardage agarnst therr rugged opposrtron This season brought the shaft of Jerry Smlth from quarterback to halfback whrle Sonny Ballard called the srgnals Thus was coach Drssrnger ssecond year at Manhattan and, whrle not bemg able to freld a wrnnrng team thus year as he ded the year before, hrs rnexperrenced team proved a threat rn the league Indian starting backfield LEFT TO RIGHT Indran sxarring line LEFT TO RIGHT L QSTANDINGJ r. Alexander R Long J Th'5 P096 SP0nS0"ed bl' Rertz D Jacobson B osbum B Dittoe smlm QKNEELINGJ s Ballard CHAPPELLS CREAMERY D mccord D snum rs Doebele 1 r l " : 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 D 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' . . . - . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 0 1 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 - - . 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' ' N k . I . I 1 5 1 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 , I 1 1 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 B-Squad lllins Four Games Coach Bob Boles' B-squad boys had one of their most successful seasons in many-a-moon this year . They won a grand total of four games, lost but one, and tied one. The Junior Warriors rolled over Salina, Chapman, Clay Center, and Ab- ilene . They were ahead 6-0 with Junction when, with only seconds remaining, the B-Blueiays stole the pigskin and ran for a TD. "Bob's boys" lost their only game to a rugged Wamego outfit . While grooming his young gridders for future seasons, Boles coached the B-team to a very successful season . The B-Braves scored a total of 121 points in six contests while holding their opponents to 84. ,o TOP: The Indian coaching staff poses with Superin- tendent Frank Bergman in Manhattan Salina 7 Manhattan Wamego I9 Manhattan Chapman I3 Manhattan Junction City 6 Manhattan Cla Center 26 Manhattan Abilene I3 hislast year at MHS. Left to right are: Ed Dissinger, head coachg Phi1Bow- man, line coach, Berg- man, Duwayne Grimes, end coachg and Bob Boles, 1 B-SQUAD--LEFT TO RIGHT. BACK ROW: Knapp, Grimes, Boles, Hansing, Marken. SECOND ROWQ Johnston, Wareham, Garrett, Grace, Westgate, An- gle, Dietrich, Douglas, Clark, Parrish.THIRD ROW, Criss, Justus, Whitney, Houser, Kerchner, Harper, backfield. Left: A fami- liar sight, indeed. Ed sweats it out at Clay Center. Zingg, Johnson, Annis, Arnold. FOURTH ROW: Booth, Ash, Tubbs, Holgerson, MacFarlane, Par- shall, Conrow, Hogg, Boone, Ruwe. 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"fi 1 aa n R i L ..f .X YL . -L if N -l Manhattan varsityg LEFT TO RIGHT IN THE BACK ROW ROW: Asst, coach Bob Boles, Head Coach Ed Dissinger, ARE: Smith, Doebele, Conrow, Reitz, Douglas, Ware- manager Dale Smith, asst. coach PhilBowman, and Prin- ham, McCord, Ballard, Bishop, and Fitzgerald. FRONT cipal Herb Bishop. Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan irihe Bulls in Hn Improved ill-IU Record Concordia Marysville Junction City Concordia Salina Clay Center Abilene Chapman Topeka McPherson Junction City Chapman Salina Clay Center Abilene Topeka McPherson Emporia REGIONAL TOURNEY McPherson Emporia The "Blue Bombers" started out theseason with a bang as they went into the Topeka game with an excellent 6-2 record, much better than had been expected. After losing to a strong Topeka quintette, the lndians captured their next three contests. It was the Clay Center game when the men of Dissinger started to falter . They succumbed to their opponents six straight times to end the regular season with a 9-9 record . The Tribe en- tered the regionals at Emporia red hot. They hit a fabulous 53 percent as they downed McPherson with their highestpoint total of the season 80-71 . The nextnight the ambitious Indians returned only to lose a heart breaker to Emporia in the last few seconds 61-59. As a whole the season was much more suc- cessful than had been expected. Since there were no returning lettermen from last year's squad, coach Ed Dissingerdid a mighty fine job with the material he had . This page sponsored by R and G MARKET Manhattan reserve squad: LEFT TO RIGHT IN THE BACK ROW ARE: Lindsey, Brumm, Boone, Harper, Kerchner, Metcalf, and Conrow, FRONT ROW: Sowell, Erickson, Hixson, Haines, Kershaw, Osburn, and Manager Smith. Reserves lllin Fourteen Ed Dissinger 's reserves gained some much needed prestige this year when they came through with 14 wins and only four losses. They held a victory over every team on their schedule with the exception of Salina who defeated the "Blue Boys" twice. Theyheld decisions over such highly regarded teams as the reserve squads from Junction City, Topeka, and Emporia. This year's reserve squad will prove to be a vast source of talent in the next two years. Dissinger will be relying strongly on such under- class standouts as Metcalf, Boone, and Kershaw in the coming two seasons, to mention only a few . Manhattan Concordia Manhattan Marysville Manhattan Junction City Manhattan Concordia Manhattan Salina Manhattan Clay Center Manhattan Abilene Manhattan Chapman Manhattan Topeka Manhattan McPherson Manhattan Junction City Manhattan Chapman Manhattan Salina Manhattan Clay Center Manhattan Abilene Manhattan Topeka Manhattan McPherson Manhattan Emporia This page sponsored by LAMBERT LUMBER CO. uf. atc O EX 'x t L f 1 , Leland Reitz creeps in for an easy lay-up against Concordia as Ballard f22l and Smith U03 keep an eye on the situation. BOB DOEBELE Junior STEVE DOUGLAS BOB HAINES Sophomore Junior Fil-st Letter First Letter First Letter .nw-us GORDON HARPER Junior First Letter .5 K W Indian Letterman DANNY KERSHAW Sophomore First Letter LE LAND REITZ Junior First Letter ram This page sponsored by ED TURNS JANITOR and HRST NATIONAL BANK really cleans up. 50 BILL JENSEN Junior Asst. 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The Tramp Stamp and the M-Club-faculty basketball game were again part of the program of activities . The big spring feed, the M-Club picnic, catered tothe huge appetites of the boys. With 67 members this year, the Blue Boosters were an active group. During football season, the girls marched with the band during half-time ceremo- nies. Their other activities included suppers in the study hall, sponsored buses to out-of-town games, and pep assemblies. These girls, in their smart uniforms of skirts, white sweaters, and blue collars, took the lead in organized cheering for the school's athletic events. BLUE BOOSTERS- BACK ROW L. TO R.-- V. Sprague, M. Moore, C. Sitz, A. Stubblefield, W. Fields, S. Wagner, M. Ogg, B. Bridges, E. Goodson, M. Crumbaker, I. Lamb, S. Wallerstedt, I. Yeo, M. Rogers, E. VanSickle, S. Ekberg, C. Crumbaker, L. Nelson. FRONT ROW-- M. Durland, I. Shankland, N. Harwood, S. Smerchek, S. Younkin, S. Wilen, L. Burnette, J. Fulton, N. Cardwell, I. Miller, G. Morrow, L. 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This IS a famrllar phrase tothe members of the marching band who recall the gruelllng practices at Grrffnth Fleld They knew It asa call to actnon before thenr sleeping time was through to work on the half tlme maneuvers for the football games or for the out-of town traps Thus year the band performed at the State Farr an Hutchinson played for Presudent Eusenhower at Abllene and at Junc tlon Cnty durmg the football game On lookers drdn t notlce the bags under the eyes, though What they saw was a snapplly dressed band wuth whlte plumes fthe flrst smce the flood, and at the head the pyram ld of twarlers and flashlng batons That entlre sectlon was fntted Young led the various performances In abrand new drum malor outfit of whnte wool and blue brand The fave twlrlers Paula Hannagan, Agnes Parsons, Frances Schwartz, S herr y S 1 eg l e , and Helen Ewung had new uniforms, white satnn lackets and blue and whrte satan reversnble skrrts Our MHS band played twrce for the college lt led the parade for Band Day and marc hed for Homecoming lt also partlclpated In the Pet and Hobby Show and the Santa Claus parade Under the able baton of Lawrence Norvell , the concert band played for the Chrlstmas program, the sprung musucale, and a school assembly Theypartncupated un the band clnnuc and gave theur twulught concert an the park pavnlnon to conclude another successful year MAJORETTES LEFT TO RIGHT Helen Ewing Frances Schwartz Marlene Young Agnes Parsons Sherry S1e gle Paula Hannagan rn foreground ROW 2 LEFT TO RIGHT R1chardMansf1e1d Lee Teaford Larry Justus Jim Taylor Charles Moggre Harold Gler ROW 1 LEFT TO RIGHT John Stapp Elenita Royer Jo Ellen Myers Don Pady Wxlma Dertcher Mar1de1lSm1th Carole Baker QPERCUSSION BASSESJ Thus Page Sponsored By 7 - n -. 1 I ! 4 S . . 23,3 N , 8 T . ' . . . 2' f ' 'R if out with new uniforms late in the fall. Marlene T v . . ' . . . D Mgjg' A-v 5 . WARD M. KELLER S DEPT STORE SUM HING CAFE 55 lllixed Ensemble The Mixedlfnsemble, one of the popular vocal groups in MHS, appeared frequently on the music calendar this past year. Local civic groups, school assemblies, and radio listeners were treated to work ofthe Ensem- ble. Theyalsoentered the district and state music festivals. Participation in the Spring Musicale climaxed the year For the twelve madrigal singers. one-in MIXED ENSEMBLE: C. Peak, J. MacFarlane, D. Hemphill, M Tess mann, M. Smith, S. Hunt, J. Kugler, M. Tcare, K. Chappell J Dietrich, M, Matthews, lreble lllel Club The Treble Clef Club was again an outstanding vocal group in MHS. Their navy blue, choir boy style dresses, with white collar and cuffs, added to their at- tractiveness. Under the direction of Mr. Davidson, the Treble Clef performed at various places. Among these were the Christmas Musicale, P.T.A., and the Spring Musi- cale. Accompanied by Sandra Drown and lmogene Lamb, the Treble C l ef C l u b proved to be a well-balanced group which was enthusiasticallyaccepted byall audi- ences. TREBLE CLEF, BACK ROW, L, TO R. g K. Waddell, M, Evans, B. McBride, M. Steele, E. Arnold, S. Wagner,B.Niema ller L Suelter, M, Crumbaker, M, Perry. ROW 2: K. Henning, L-. Alexander, C. Gaede, F. Schwartz, J. Albrecht, J. Kroell V Sprague, S, Wallerstedt, J. Arnold, R. Regnier, I. Lamb. FRONT ROW: S, Drown, G. Morrow, W. Fields, M. A1ClcYSOf1 I Strafuss, A. Stubblefield, M. Penrod, J. Brown, B, Kientz, S. Taburen. NOT PICTURED1 Y. O'Donnell. -This page sponsored by- STEVENSON'S VICTOR O. MUSE, Insurance Agency Wie-. . PIANO- C. Laird. TROMBONES- I. Wilson, J. Thompson, C, Hansing, H. Love DRUMS- .l. Stapp, J. Meyers. TRUMPETS- E. Kidd, 'D. MacArthur, Dean Eustace, B. Stover FRENCH HORNS- C. Kerchner, R. DeCou. well-Blended Urchesira lends Sweet Hlusic Manhattan High School's orchestra, under the able direction of Lawrence Norvell, spent a busy year preparing for its numerous activities. The performances included the Christmas Music- ale, the annual concert for the Friends of Music presented at the college by the instrumental and vocal groups of MHS, and the Spring Musicale. The CKL string clinic was held at Clay Center this year, and was fortunate to have Mr. James Robertson, conductor of the Wichita University Symphony, to direct the group. This year's orchestra enrollment wasn't greatly differ- ent than in previous years, "but has proven an outstanding, challenging group to work with," according to Mr. Norvell. SAXOPHONES- J. Baker, J. Steele, G. Hixson, D. Norris, J. Parker. CLARINETS- Dale Eustace, J. Holberr, D. McCord, D. Lumb. FLUTES- J. Shankland, G. Hooper. OBOE- Barbara Jones. BASSOON- Beatrice jones. CELLO- M. Evans, C. Baker, N. Baehr, S. Smerchek. BASSES- J. Taylor, B. Cowan. XLIOLINS- S. Regier, W. Dietcher, M. Finney, M. Ficke, F. Schwartz, B. Millet, L. Reitz. -This page sponsored by- WARREN CAFE HILL LINOLEUM St RUG 58 .K-fi y f Tl- 1!"'i y 71 STRING TRIO- Smerchek, Lutz, Reitz, BRASS SEXTET- Laird, Love, Teaford, DeCou, MacArthur, Dean Eustace Instrumental Ensembles Instrumental ensembles were again a very popular source of entertainment this year. The woodwind quintet and the string trio played together for their second year. The trum- pet trio was newly organized and the brass sextet was reorganized. The dance band met primarilyfor learning dance band techniques and music instruction. The ensembles took part in our assemblies, exchange assemblies, club meetings, and a radio broadcast. Entering the Spring Music Festival was one of their main activities of the year. WOODWIND QUINTET- Koon, Beatrice Jones, DeCou, TRUMPET TRIO- MacArthur, Dean Eustace, Stover. Barbara Jones, Lumb. DANCE BAND- Laird, Cowan, Norris, Hansing, I-Iolbert, Love, Parker, Kidd, Lumb, MacArthur, Metz, Eustace, Hixson, Stover, Steele, Pady. l fairer . I o . -3' - , I 1 I.- ' f L ,,,4 -This page sponsored by- KIMSEY'S SHOES THE VIKING MANUFACTURERS 59 1 KROW L tvR D 'xiartrn I Wrlon A utney J er L e 1 1 l d tn S Re I: Drckens C Carney D Hrckman ROW2 G Morrtz M Edwards S McAdams D Morrcll M Dobson L Pultz I Nauerth H Love C Blanc S Longrmre P Jessup A Ruwe FRONT ROW D Kendall F Recd M Ogg, C hall L Woodman S Baker D Tcssrnann E Nonamakcr M Schmedemann L Fleming I Mrller NOT PICTURED W Dtetch r Pleasure Singing H lealure Ill Glee Clubs Under the tutelage of Mr Forrest Davidson, the Boys Glee Club initiated a year of music ap preciatlon with a broader scope inmuslcal enloy ment Singing forthe pleasure of singing was the main instigotuon of thtsorganazation The group s functions were not confined to MHS however, as the organization was active in extra-curricular activities. The group performed for various civic clubs in addition to participating inappropriate programs at MHS. Although the group this year was comparatively small, Mr Davidson was able to devote more time to individual voice develop ment The primary purpose ofthe Girls Glee Club is vocal production and interpretation It isapre paratory organization for Treble Clef Club and Robed Choir. The performance highlighting the year was the Spring Musicale at which they sang several numbers. BACK ROW L, toR.1H, Albrecht R, Maynard G. Criss D, Cordova T. Grace F. K'ng W. Puett R. Vess B. Waslnng- tort. FRONT ROW: II. Kerr J. Roberts J, Brown J, Hostetter D. Westgate T. Nichols L. Lunclquist. J. Pettle W, Spen- Ctr E. R"gnier. WOT PICTURED: L. Reed. -.6 I - ,- -., G 0 1 fx fi. -This page sponsored by- UNIVERSAL SECURITIES 60 BAYER'S CCNSTRUCTION CO. INC. s.-,, 'f t8"'!"f wr 5 ,af ',, ini-yt' 3:7 s' 3" Atl :rn .JP-' ,, rm A fx . 1 Q Z if ,fr,fp1'n.,,,'..,gY1-my--4 .nv 4 'A , ' 'eq-fvS"u.'i M . I-new-6654 v If ft -'nf '5"?4IX,f-1-ff.f1L--5' ' Quai-.W 1 xv QT, 3 -4.1 M'lle Hepsibah fUrquhartj withherattendant QI-Iainesj and Stagecraft students, Miller, Murdie, and Holbert chauffeur QGrippyj just adores her evening in royalty. miscellaneous markers l lf! . KN 9 , A C t Cafeteria students preparing for the 12:00 rush 4 Q 2 A 1 fi S 4l' Mr. Havens instructs MHS debaters, fseatedj Cowan, Prof. M. A. Durland is guest speaker at the engineering vocational Roberts, Stubblefield, fstandingj Zahnley, Thayer. ta A newly organized groupin MHS, "Tl'1espians. " SEATED- J. Tollefson, L. Langford, L. Pound, K. Chappell, B, Cowan, J. Yeo, K. Aye, L. Marti, M, Ficke. STANDING- C, Peak, R. Mansfield, I, MacFarlane, S, Hunt, D. Norris, P. McCracken, N. Van Doren, A. Stubble- field, D. Wilbur, C. Moggie. t 'x crapbun 1 "6 ,af LX vi' fl if 1 1 ,I ,-,wx I4 W N ' 5 fi ii U-leans feature flew Hctivities The Y-Teen's biggest success of the school year was the Korean clothing drive. Aiding the college YWCA in this proiect, Y-Teens, assisted by the Hi-Y, collected over 500 pounds of clothes for needy people in Korea . Many traditional proiects and activities were carried out through the year . Thanksgiving baskets, decorating the school Christmas tree, the all-school play, and the Mother- Daughter Banquet are some of these. New ideas for old activities frequently crop up. For 5. instance, in place of the Recognition Tea in September, an evening campfire recognition service was given. A potluck ' supper for the Y-Teen cabinet and their city and YWCA sponsors was also a new feature. The club, with an 85 per cent membership, is divided Kay Chappell and Fred Boone are Crowned into seven small groups which have projects of their own to helpfurther the goals of the Y-Teen organization . One group had a baby picture contest, another hada baby-sitting night to allow parents of children to go Christmas shopping. The goals of the Y-Teens are to grow as a person, to grow in the knowledge and love of God, and to grow in riendship with people of all races, religions, and nation- alities. Baby King and Queen by Kaye Aye. Y-TEEN CABINET. STANDING L. TO R.- M. Rogers, soc. chr,g J, Jorgensen, songleadergG. Morrow, sec.: C. Brown, publicity Chr.: C. Smith, soph. repr.g Lucile Johnson, sponsorg C. Crumbaker, pres. SEATED- S. Younkin, program Chr., A. Parsons, treats.: K. Chappell, vice-pres., M. Ficke, world fellowship and service chr.g L. Pultz, soph. repr. I Marian Teare and Pat Lutz really showthatstuff in the Y-Teen style show. -This page sponsored by- YOUR STUDIO OF BEAUTY CAMPUS, STATE, COED THEATERS 65 Tom Nichols, Bill Whitney, Paul Heidel and Louis Huff- man dress turkeys as an FFA project. R. Stan Conrow serves Donald Duncan, Richard Zentz, and Glen Nelson at the annual FFA chili feed. Success lllarlis HH and FHH Projects The chiefaim of the Future Farmers of Amer- ica is to help boys to become better farmers by gaining experience in financing and managing the farming business. Each year the boys attend the Hutchinson fair and the American Royal in Kansas City. This year they attended the National FFA con- vention which was held in Kansas City. The club was honored by having Hal McClure chosen to sing in the mass chorus at the convention. The pest-eradication contest held in the fall , wasclimaxed bya chili Feed given to all of the boys by the losers . Larry O'Neill is president of this organi- FHA CABINET, STANDING L. TO ll.- N. Baelir, J. iompson, L. Nelson, B. Kieniz, l. Naureth, La- bcrta Kugler, sponsor. SEATED- I. Meyers, I. Shank- land, M. Edwards. zation, and Mr. Taylor is the sponsor. The Future Homemakers of America, an active MHS interest club of state and national acclaim, has progressed strongly since it was started in our school eight years ago. ln October the girls acted as hostesses for the district conference. Over 400 girls from twenty schools attended . Activities ofthis group include: a Christmas tafty pull, "go to church Sunday," a senior farewell party, and joint meetings with the FFA. Much credit for the success of this club should be given to Berniece Kientz, and Miss Laberta Kugler, sponsor. Alice Whitney, Irene Strafuss, Margie Crurnbaker, and Marlene Dobson enjoy treats at the FHA Christ- mas party. 'YN xv-7 ml -This page sponsored by- SCHMEDEMANN IMPLEMENT CO. llluslu Club The 65 member Music Club worked this year to gain a Iargerappreciation of music. Specializing in outside talent, the programs consisted of entertainers from the college and FortRiley. Pat Lutz, president, Greta Florell, secretary, and Sandy Hunt, vice-president and program chairman, led the group in a very success- ful year. JAZZ CLUB un cub by This year the Art Club flourished under the sponsorship of Mrs. Schmitz. As one of the high points of the year's activities, Pat Prockish, president and program chairman, with other members of the organization attended the high school art festival in Lawrence. Commerce Club Commerce Club, sponsored by Mr. Swaim, was well-led by its officers: Gladys Brackett, president, Winifred Fields, secretary-treas- urer, and Bill Long, program chairman. The T3 members and their sponsor were visited by a Farm Bureau representative, who gave them pointers on becoming expert secretaries. "Swaim-Trained" secretaries are always in demand. -This page sponsored by- SKATE-MOR ROLLER RINK 67 'Q MUSIC CLUB Jazz Club A brand-new interest club was formed this year to create a wider interest in modern jazz among the students of MHS. The T3 members, sponsored by Mr . Gregg, elected Bob Conover as president, Anna Lee Rath- bone as secretary-treasurer, Joe Holbert as publicity chairman, and Lee Teaford as sergeant-at-arms . As ART CLUB COMMERCE CLUB Science Club PHYSICS CLUB The Science Club was divided into three sections, chem- istry, physics, and biology. During the year the combined clubs benefited by many speakers from KSC. The separate clubs, working in their different fields, enjoyed more ex- perimental type programs. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB llramallcs Club A new interest club in MHS this year was the Dramatics Club. Sponsored by Mr. Havens, the club elected Bunny Cowan as president. The club's pri- mary function was to give one act plays and further the interest in dramatics activities in order to learn proper techniques of drama. PRINTING CLUB lifzsanrwul- Pbuluqraubu Club Photography enthusiasts, with their sponsor Mr. Marshall, spent the school year watching movies and demonstrations on picture taking. They got their practical experience in photography by working in the dark room and by studying the camera and its mechanism. DRAMATICS CLUB ,iv 4' Prlnllnu Club ident, and sponsored by Mr, Talarico. "Nick's Hicks,' an intramural basketball team, was organized within this club as a competitor in intramural basketball. The Printing Club was led by Dick Jacobson, pres- Inner llllllu Captures Hudlence Above Willys aunts try to comfort his illsof love Cen ter lnnerWnllycoaxes Willy to edge alittle closer Below Willy s troubles lengthen as he is challenged to a fight The T953 54MHS dramatics season opened on October l2th and 13th with the debut of Mr Nels Havens our new speech and dra matics instructor Under his direction the lunlor class play The Inner Wally proved to be enloyable to all l'heplot was centered around Willy mtroverted boy played by Charles Moggie, and the reasons For his personality, three domineering old aunts: Aunt Louise, Joan Tollefson, Aunt Hester, Alice Stubblefield, and Aunt Olga, Lynn Marti. All the trouble started when Willy s inner self The lnner Willy played by James MacFarlane d cided to change the situation and make Willy aggressive Thegiddytwlns Janetand Trudy played by Carol Sutz and Marilyn Moore, Carol Martin by Laura Langford and Mary belle Turner by Shirley Baker made up Willy s girl trouble. John Rush and Charles Havens, playing Stanley the bully and Mike his pal, rounded out the excellent cast. Lu Ann Burn ette was the student director. Mr. Havens' first venture at MHS was a success. This Page Sponsored By YEO AND TRUBEY ELECTRIC CO. CAMPUS BOOK STORE H ' 77 .-.:., A D -iv -1? L, l L "1 ' V AA, Yi 9 r E 1 5 H. i 7 s. , 6 M , , T L T .75 , ,- ii 1 v K.. 1 :,,,' Vs ,L...,,...-- -..QSRIV 4snavy.r1-g 7 ., Q L Q pkg? Q 1 I ' I - ' - I - u I ,tl I e- 0 I 1 ' ' I I . . ,I . ,I . . I I ll ' lu an ' ' I 69 ill X2 lv-1 LEFT Tom Oberherm the one who deserves credrt for the snap shots tn both the Mentor and Blue M at work rn the darkroom ABOVE Atyprcalscene as several Journalrsm students work drlr gently to meet a deadllne t T' ,rw Under the advrsory supervasron of Mr Grnmes and Mr Talarlco, the lournallsm and prlntmg classes edrted and publrshed the Manhattan Men or To give more students experience, new editors were chosen every seven rssues Joy Yeo and Mary Rogers were chosen to be supervisory edrtor and busmess manager respectively of the Mentor for the entire year They planned to turn out 28 Issues of the Mentor Special Issues were pub lished to celebrate Christmas and Aprll Foo s Day Kaye Koon, the editor of the Blue M, and assrstant edrtor Don McCord planned the layout of the 54 yearbook to mclude several new tea tures and Improve wrth varletyseveral old Ideas Mr Grrmes experrence and knowledge served as lnvaluable and to their efforts Business manager, Mary Lee Durland, was responsrble for sellmg the ads which fnnance the book Sponsorshnp of separate pages by business farms was a new feature In thus year s annual LEFT Mary Lee Durland Qrrghtj Blue M busrness manager and Kaye Aye set out to sell ads BELOW Mentor business staff mem bers Joyce Thompson Mary Rogers Shrrley Younkrn and Janet Kugler place ads on a make up page -This page sponsored by- RAMEY BROS. 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