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

 - Class of 1945

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4 F V BERGMAN Superrntendent of Schools K S 'I' C Emporra A Unrxer'-.rty of Colorado Graduate Study Teachers College Colum bra Unrxersrty O R GUIDES TO THE FUTURE The educatronal needs of today at war and of the post war are berng ably met by the Manhattan Hrgh School faculty Al though coprng vrrth as many shortages as confront any rndus try our teachers have proved they can turn out qualrty ma terral though handrcapped and offer us therr krndlrness co operatron and loyalty at all trmes Thrs rs truly the materral of whrch tomorrow rs made For a drrect preparation for tomorrows world M H S of fers a wrde var rety of pr actrcal courses The school offers Eng lrsh hrstory scrence mathematrcs home economrcs art com merce prrntrng forergn languages musrc manual arts voca tronal agrrculture general shop and physrcal educatron By choosrng courses vsrsely and those for whrch he rs adapted a student gets a well rounded varrety of classes Thrs year the admrnrstratron appornted a group of teachers to carry on an extensrve and complete study of the currrculum offered by Manhattan Hrgh School They are ascertarnrng how our currrcula compares wrth the currrcula of other schools rn the Unrted States and also rf the rrght subrects are berng re qurred The board of educatron composed of P J Newman presr dent Ray Pollom vrce presrdent R W Babcock K F Bas com G W Gwen T O McClung Clara Sprlman clerk and R C Barr treasurer work srlently but effectrvely to perform busr ness transactrons whrch rmprove the school and rts admrnrs tratron Superrntendent Bergman has brought new teachers to M H S to frll vacancres and has effectrvely supervrsed the manage ment of our school He manages to be a fr1end to all the stu dents rn addrtron to hrs varred dutres Prrrrcrpal H H Brshop shows true co operatron rn super vrsrng the work of the students and teachers Mr Brshop may be seen wrrtrng prnk cards talkrng thrngs over vsrth the students and strollrng casually through study hall But somehow everyone lrkes hrm Just the same hrs sprrrt of Justrce and farr play hrs sense of humor and hrs whole hearted fr rendlrness The school has broadened rts courses to make us mentally and physrcally frt for the postwar world The physrcal educa tron department has a more strenuous program planned for physrcal frtness and courses such as scrence and mathematrcs are berng stressed But the arts and fundamentals have not been slrghted as rt rs realrzed that every student must have a wrde and varred cultural background The students of Manhattan Hrgh School gratefully thank the admrnrstratron for therr untrrrng efforts and for vrorkrng for the best rnterests of the school and of the students But most of all we want to thank you for the co operatron krndness and frrendlrness that you have shovrn the entrre student body Those of us who wrll not return from World War II apprecrate these thrngs And those of us who wrll remarn to frght for an unrnterrupted peace apprecrate rt H H BISHOP Prrncrpal han leyan I nrxer rty of Chu rg 'UW . , . . . ' - t. . , . . . . , - . ' . . . ' ' , . - l y U ' r I Q ' 1 ' s y ' 3 I . Y l Y l I ! - 7 ' 1 I ' f . 1 7. . . . B.S., .. '. . ., ' : M. ., ' I , n a y .- 1 , ' ' ' ' 2 - - Y - - ' ' I Q . y u n , I U 5 u ' l Y - - - - - . . B.S., ' sas Was 2 M.S.. ' ' f ' ' s' ' ' 'z 0. . , ' 'i f' . . , . Z . . . . . .1 Y . p ' U ' V- ' ' tm.. , ,,.. ' y . - I . . Y . .

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,Yv- Bell BQ rxrer Blu vcl Brown Bu ch C lmlllli ll Clark Dobson Dorun Durham Ernst I- ner Fly Houghton Ioffuy Mr Johnson Nha: Johnson Hrs Johnson Ruth E Bell BA Sterlmg College M A UDIVGYSICY of km-1 Un1xers1ty of Colorado Spanlsh Englxsh and Jour n1l1 m Marjorne Berger AB Un1xers1ty of Kansas Unverslty of Ch1L1Lo Unner-,1ty of Colorado K S C Amerlcan I-I1story G R Sponsor C C Blood BS Ottawa Un1vers1ty Un1vers1ty of Kansas lhemntry Lxeryday Scunce Algebra Sponsor of the Sex lnce Club R H Brown B S kansas State College BM ChlC8Z0 tmntrx 1to1y of Munc Orchestra and Band Madge Busch BS Ilbrary Cerufcate K S T C Emporla l1br1111n L1brary Club Sponsor Ed1th Campbell BS K S T C Empnrla MA 1n Enghsh Inner'-nty of Cahfornxa UDIVEYSICY of Ch1cago Columbla Unnlrsty Engl1sh W J Clark BS K S T C P1ttsbur5: MA State Un1 ur-,xty of Iowa Commerce Asslstant Football Coach and Intramural Basketball Sponsor Jun1or Class Sponsor Jessxe Dobson BS K S T C Hays UHIVEFSICY of Colo rado U S C Berkeley N Y T C New York C S C E Crteley kansas State College Art Art Club Sponsor Emma Doran B 'w Kansas State College l-oods Home Lnmg 1ncl lloss Problems Roy Durham Bw lx s l L l'1ttshursz World Hhtory red Ernst ll lx S I' C llttsburz Pr1nt1n l lwluz 1t1on Nl Club Co Sponsor l'ooth'1ll Trac X 1 t1nt lias.kftb1ll Koa E er! Fly BS 1 Nl 1 lx S l' C Fmporm Un1xers1y f Nl11h1g111 'Nlusu 'Nlu 1v Cluh Sponsor Hellen Houghton Xl! Cruluntc Study K U Mathemahcs Ulm Spun or Maggle Jeffrey US Nl S lxxnvis btateColl1ge Cafetena R Johnson li S lx S I' C Emporm Um'-er-uty N vuthm 111 L 1 lllll nll o I hy 1cal Lducatlon M Club co Npon 111 lla ketball Coat Luc1le Johnson AB Bethany College Lmdsborg World H1 tory Xmtr1c'1nH1 tory G R Sub Sponsor W1n1fred Johnson R 'N School Nur es 4 I 'S ' . 4 ', 'V '11, . . 1 A U . v A . H : . if . 15" . L A ' ' 1 . ' 24 I H.. z. .Vx .Il . . . Z.. . .. . -, ja. W F -- .S.. '. '. ..: " : 2' ' ' sz. Lud C. FiserfB.S., Kansas State College: Health and Boy's Physica I 'z ' 2 . ' -' J 1 ' . . k und I sake ' J ' 1 1 ' ' ch. ' J' Q . 4 lb ff- 'n . us C, '. .. ' . .: . ' 5 ' ' ,'t I 11 . " 'fz 3 . . s' I . . y 1- ' -Af . .. 1 1 - . . . ' 5' F' u. lc. 5 5 . - ' I - E- - - '. '. ' . .. ' 3 " . ' Of C1 " li 1" ' 'zz B y'S ' S' ' ' . - , 5- 5 .I . S. . .h.

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