Broad Ripple High School - Riparian Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1937

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SENIOR CLASS 1937 FIRST ROW— Left to Right DONALD WENDLING— He ' s a tall, good-looking boy, but rather quiet. Not a few girls would like to know him. JOSEPHINE FLACK— She tries to make people think she ' s shy, but her friends know otherwise; popu- lar with her " gang. " JOSEPHINE RIDENOUR— Is pretty, with black hair; Eloise and she are seldom separated. ROBERT GLAUBKE— A handsome boy who always had a " sec " to converse with some fair lady. A good actor. BETSY BOWEN— Our very efficient editor-in-chief. Red-headed, and how! Betsy ' s hair is her crown- ing glory. BETTY HARTZELL— Has the kind of dimples that when she smiles her friends are envious. One of the nicest girls in Ripple. JACK CORK — Big man around school. Jack has a grand personality — the cordial, whole-hearted kind. Played footbail. ADELE LOBRAICO— Particularly interested in athle- tics. Possesses a lively, fun-loving spirit. ELSIE ST. CLAIR— A commercial student, and just as " silly " as you make them. Keeps all her friends in an uproar. KENNETH BIDDINGER— A tall, good natured boy with dark curly hair. Always in a hurry and always late. ROBERT TURNEY— A quiet, studious member, who came from Columbus to graduate with us. MARGARET SMITH— One of our small seniors, being just the right height for a certain person. Lots of personality. GEORGE STEVENS — Here ' s our business manager of Annual. And he ' s efficient, too. Has a hefty voice that proves him a singer. THIRD ROW— Left to Right ROBERT CONLY— Interests are band, chorus, and a certain Shortridge girl. PH YLLIS ARTHUR— Always has a smile. Pretty, pep- py, vivacious, capable. BARBARA GILMOUR— Enjoyed special half-day privi- lege; so friendly, she can ' t decide which one she likes the best. FRANCES ALLEN— Always looks life a fashion model. " Laddis Boy Bailey " upset her apple cart. FOURTH ROW— Left to Right RUTH SNYDER — Has a peppy and pleasing person- ality. Is a good dancer and just loads of fun. DAVID WOODS — A champion teaser. He may drag his feet in the halls, but is always ready for a dance. MARGARET McANALLY— Is one of the babies of our class. Even though she is young, she has done excellent work. ROBERT ROBINSON— Is the orator of the class; a gentleman at all times. MARTHA CUBERT— Quiet, dependable, a real lady— that ' s Martha. Takes her chemistry seriously. OPAL SHELL — " Ope " seems demure, and she is, too, but there is plenty of pep under her calm exterior. HARLESS WAGONER— Writes splendid poetry, re- ceived medal for distinctive service as student manager. HELEN JANSEN— A tall blonde with an infectious giggle. Dignified in appearance but bends easily. SECOND ROW— Left to Right VIRGINIA MENIKHEIM— One of that industrious kind who really works hard and gets excellent grades. Goes in for basketball. DAVID YOUNG— Everyone knows Dave. He is al- ways seen everywhere, doing everything. FRANK REESE— Small but mighty! Frank is one of our physics stars and also a star on the basket- ball floor. ELMER SPENCER— A well-liked and genial fellow. Nominated for class comedian. BARBARA SPENCER— Blonde, pretty, petite and popu- lar — need we say more? DORAS CRANFILL— Among the preferred blondes. One fine girl, all her friends say. True blue, and always has a good time. ALICE RUSIE — One of those peppy and attractive girls who has lots of friends. Interested in sports. SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR WILLIAM BLYTHE— A jolly good fellow who left us in January. Gone but not forgotten. JOHN MEYERS— A dreamy chap. Strumming the banjo and skating are his hobbies. ORVILLE CHILCOTE— Couldn ' t resist coming back to Ripple. Football hero in his time. Loves to argue. W ' 1 " ■ f u! ' r .

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( f •V SENIOR CLASS 1937 FIRST ROW— Left to Right SHIRLEY TALBOTT— A frank but retiring young lady who speaks well and does much. PHYLLIS FERGUSON— A girl whose middle name must be " pep, " for she ' s so very lively. GEORGE CLARK— A great asset to the basketball team. Shy maybe; but Speck is secretly admired by all the girls. EVELYN MOORHOUS— Evelyn is one of our quiet and studious girls — but not too studious! What a skater! MARGARET FEIST — Self-confident and reassuring. She makes you believe she knows what she is about. Likes sports. RICHARD FOXWORTHY— Tall, dark, and handsome. For further details, consult the girl friend. An all- round sportsman. TERESSA HERRMANN— Quite the big little lady when it came to typing, as she has passed the sixty mark. A perfect sister. WILMA KOPP— Is another one of those say-little- think-much girls. Skating is her hobby. SECOND ROW— Left to Right WILLIAM PRYOR— " Bill " is one of the fastest men on our track team. He is a peach of a boy and very well liked. ROBERT PERKINS— " What do you want? Annual, Riparian, or basketball ticket? " Introducing Bob, Mr S.ahl ' s crack salesman. JEANNE TATLOCK— Her nature is just naturally live- ly, and fun loving. She likes to go places and do things. HAROLD ROSS— Bub is the boy who is not happy unless he is " cracking off " about something. Is one of our promising journalists. m RALPH KELLY— Ralph is THE man of the school, be- ing elected leader of every organization of which he was a member. ARLENE RICH — An awfully nice girl whom you can ' t help liking, keeps the school informed about every- one. DOUGLAS LEAMAN— His her- ' V l--,t year, but " Doug " is still around. One of Ripple ' s flood heroes. BERNICE WIRE— May be quiet and shy— nevertheless still water runs deep. THIRD ROW— Left to Right ELOISE RISLEY — Possesses blonde, naturally wavy hair which is the envy of her school friends. LUCIA BURROWS— Mentally and physically in top notch condition; always a leader; a champion salesman. ALBERT HERRMANN— Albert draws good pictures and is a budding artist. What these school photogra- phers can do! MILDRED PECK— Here ' s one of the smallest members of our class. But that doesnt ' cramp her style any. Ask Kenny! HELEN McMAHAN— A living proof that " good things come in small packages. " Wears high heels to make herself just a wee-bit taller. EDGAR HOY — A cheerful smile for everyone; small perhaps, but a regular clown. Played football when he felt like making the grades. ETHEL CUMM1NGS— One of our small friends; small in stature, but bubbling and smiling. MARIE RAY — Is right there when it comes to ath- letics. A rather timid member, but her many friends say that she is most agreeable. FOURTH ROW— Left to Right THOMAS HINES— Is a tall boy who takes school ser- iously enough to make high grades, but manages to keep up his friendships at the same time. VIRGINIA ELLIOTT— Is cheerful, earnest, and sincere in all her work, dancing is her like. CARROL COMBS— That tall, nice-looking young man who is always immaculately dressed! A wizard at basketball. MAXINE ROBERTS— Pretty, curly brown hair is one of her assets. If she becomes a secretary, what will " Bub " do? An excellent student. HAROLD HAMILTON— One of our bashful seniors, -but is saved by his large brown eyes. MAE LOUISE YOUNT— Maybe quiet but there is nothing lacking in her pep. Mention bookkeeping and watch her blush. MAX SHELHORN— Oh-h girls! Here comes great, big romantic Max. His dashing style surely keeps the girls going. HELEN RECTOR— Has made friends with her cheerful manner; has pretty complexion.



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Six THE RIPARIAN THE CLASS OF 1937 OFFICERS ARE: Ralph Kelly, president. Lucia Burrows, vice-president. Maxine Roberts, secretary. George Clark, treasurer. Flora E. Will, class sponsor. CLASS FLOWER: Joanna Hill Rose. CLASS MOTTO: " To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield. " CLASS COLORS: Royal blue and gold. YEARBOOK STAFF: Betsy Bow en, Editor-in-Chief. George Stevens, Business Manager. Helen Jansen, Literary Editor. Albert Herrmann, Art Editor. Margaret Smith, Features Editor. Lucia Burrows, Department and Activities Editor. Harold Ross, Sports Editor. ASSISTANTS: Virginia Menikheim, Doras Cranfill, Maxine Roberts, Opal Shell, Thomas Hines, Har- less Wagoner, Edgar Hoy, David Young, Robert Quillin, Rosemary Stevens, Barbara Spencer, Albert Scott, Frank Reese, Shirley Talbott. DIRECTOR OF PUBLICATIONS: Ruth B. Carter. SENIOR CALENDAR Color Day Mothers ' Tea — May 7 Mexican Program Class Play — May 14 " Guess Again, " by Glenn Hughes. Junior-Senior Reception — May 22 Publication of Annual — May 26 Class Day— May 28 Baccalaureate Service — May 30 Bethlehem Lutheran Church Commencement — June 2 Butler University Gymnasium UPON GRADUATION Each one has a dream to master, A dream that can come true; To conquer fame or fortune, What has life in store for you? Are you a mariner with soul of adventure, To sail the ocean tide? Or an artist whose masterpiece Will know fame both far and wide? Or perhaps you dream of building Towers that reach to the sky, Or bridges that span great rivers, Or songs that never die. Or do you dream of steering The nation ' s Ship -of State, Or piloting great air-craft What is your dream — Classmate? Whatever the dream, to be mastered, The method is always the same, Hold fast to the vision before you, And yours will be fortune and fame. -MARGARET SMITH. TO BROAD RIPPLE! Alma mater, aufwiedersehen. 9 We stand as students upon thy threshold For the last time, Yet, ' tis not goodbye, Just aufwiedersehen. For, in our minds We shall oft return; in our hearts Relive these hours. This school is yours and ours ; This moment ours, This memory ours, Aufwiedersehen. —VIRGINIA MENIKHEIM. XXX MAY IT NOT BE CHANGED! The class of 1937 may be the last to graduate from this school as Broad Ripple High School. Much is being said concerning a change of name. No matter what the name, may the spirit of a friendly, family-like school never be changed!

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