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Page 62 text:
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
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
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
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
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
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
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Page 63 text:
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
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
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
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
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
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along w1th an ente1ta1n1ng p1og1am Although
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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
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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
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the gym wheie we spent the IOSL of the evening
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