Emmerich Manual High School - Ivian Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1931

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L2 SENIOR BOOSTER J line O emors Inez Juenr el — Lady Forrester in class play. She is taking Home Management. Every one won- ders why. Her readings are very entertaining. She has many friends and is liked by all. Helen Kepner — Miss Scotten ' s " ward. " Helen has marked ability for writing compo- sitions. Takes Home Manage- ment to become efficient for someone. Gertrude Kirk — Here is the lit- tle girl that likes to play with airplanes in 2 30 and at Was- son ' s. And — take notice boys — she works in Wasson ' s Boys Shop. Wonder how many sales she will make next week? Per- sonals. Richard Kotfkamp — 135 ' s cham- pion ar guer. He and Mr. Clayton provide good amuse- ment for the rest of the room. Ask him about the lady who feeds him candy to get rid of him. Star salesman. Paul Kritsch — Very ambitious to become an aviator and so he bought a high powered Gen- eral Motors product. If you are looking for Paul, just find Harry first. Roll room 215 seems rather important to him now. Milton Kelleher — We wonder why Milton always manages to get a seat near the door and why he is constantly whistled at by passersby. Ruth Kestenbaum — Her disposi- tion is as amiable as her hair is golden — we ' re glad she pre- ferred Manual to Shortridge. Personals. Vera Koch — We wonder if she is as quiet as she looks. Irving- ton is where " he " lives. Mr. Sharp ' s secretary, and one of Miss Frazier ' s reliable Office Training girls. Grace Kramer — The little girl with big brown eyes that would melt a heart of stone. A won- derful artist. She ' s always oc- cupied in roll call but not with lessons. Senior Booster artist. John Lulu -- One of Manual ' s flowery orators. Floyd Gib- bon ' s only competitor. Can talk himself in and out of trouble.

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SENIOR BOOSTER 11 J ime • eniors Uviii II in hni r — When " Allie " goes, i lie baseball team will lose a veteran infielder. A resident of the " South End " and anoth- er satisfied Ford owner. He is quiet, but when he gets started, he can he heard for three blocks. Also known ;is " muscle-man. " Flora Tiling — Has the pleasing personality of the cooperative sales girls. Always assists Ger- trude in her return to school. Duane Juiik ■ — One of Manual ' s artists. Often seen driving a fresh air taxi. A fast worker among the girls. Anna Jensen — You always can tell this charming miss by her winning winsome smile. Always seen at basketball games. Longs to be a nurse. President of H. Y. S. club, x section. Property committee. Senior Pooster staff. Mary Jones — A snappy dancer Liked by everyone. Sorry, gentlemen, but it is whispered about that she is intensely in- terested in a certain " Jack. " Earl Huff — Interested in jewel- ry and all brunettes. Gets along well in any crowd. One of the chief noise makers in 13 5. Tlicliim Jacob - - Commonly known as " Tony. " Loves to ex- change scarfs with her dates. Likes to gather class play prop- erties with a certain person who drives a black roadster. Properties for class play. Kenneth Jarvit — First Lieuten- ant of R. O. T. C. All the " Ken- ny ' s " seem to be well liked. Has two Glossbrenner medals for R. O. T. C. Member of the Rifle Team. Personals. Georye Jones — A competent ri- val to the street car company — judging from the number of passengers carried to school in the family Studebaker. Also has a habit of smashing fingers in machine shop to get out of school. Pusiness staff of the Senior Pooster. Otliollo Jones - - Othollo ' s tap dancing at entertaiments and in the class rooms when the teacher was away was enjoyed by everyone. We hope in the future to see her starred in Hal Roadie ' s Follies. Very frequently seen in company with a certain " Howard. "



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SENIOR BOOSTER June Jeniors Robert Landy — Have you any- thing to sell? Just let Bob do it. (But with a commission. Almost succeeded in selling the new Linco tower one night. In- separable pal of " Louie. " ' Chairman of the gift commit- tee. Darline Lee — Charming and de- pendable — a combination not to be surpassed. Brown eyes that twinkle. Commercial stu- dent of ability. Personals. Eva Levimky — The third of the Levinsky family. A very in- dustrious student in French and office training. She ' ll prob- ably become secretary to Maur- ice Chevalier. Louis Loganofxku — Here ' s the boy with that million dollar " Pepsodent " smile. He must have swallowed a dictionary when he was a baby. You should hear him talk. Person- als. Marie Luedeman — Wonder why Marie was carrying the brick and egg, for it looks as if she has a prejudice against some- one. One of those girls with the power to make everyone laugh. Mary LaiiyhUu — A regular bas- ketball enthusiast. She loves to see a game as well as she does to play one. A charming owner of beautiful blonde hair which is the envy of many a brunette. Personal committee. Mary LcFeber - - The girl who has never had her hair bobbed. On properties committee for class play. " Kenny " seems to be a popular name with girls, for here ' s another one who knows a " Kenny. " li or tie Lewis — Is the big he- man of the class. He can prove it by his moustache. George doesn ' t shine in a class room, but on the gridiron he steps high, wide and handsome. Walter fjOhss — Walter is sup- posed to be a dry goods sales- man on Saturday, but Ave won- der if his sales-totals equal his salary. One who has taken German throughout his high school course. Dan 1. ii pear — Dan ' s ambition is to become a mattress manufac- turer — he wants something to fall back on. One of the famous dreamers of 135.

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