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

 - Class of 1934

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HELEN HUBER — Helps to promote ;i cheerful atmosphere in roll room bj distributing lots of sweet smiles. His- torian of Glee Club. Business commit- tee for class play. Masoma. .JOHN HUFFMAN — Our distinguished student stage manager. Likes to boss people. Must have originated the say- ing " Nuts Grandma. " Might become a second Rubinoff. ROBERT HUGHES — " Jack of all Instru- ments " in the music line, and all in- dications show that lie will be a future Ben Bernie. Sergeant in senior band and vice-president of Chess and Check- ers Club. CHARLES JENKINS — His superb char- acterization in the Red Cross play, " The Flower Shop. " is still remembered with pleasure. Miss Hunter ' s helper. Forum Club. MARTHA JOHNSON — The library seems to be Martha ' s " second " home; quite a good helper, too. Her future interest is science. Did her share on the Ivy Day committee. Masoma. VIOLA JOHNSON — Captivated t h e hearts of all as " Quee " in the class play. Hip, Hip, Hurray ! She and the business manager of the Senior Boost- er have quite a lot in common. NORMA JOHNSTON — This girl surely has glamour. One of the three attractive girls in the popular Pep Band. Was both the wicked pedler woman and the duchess in class play. Glee Club. RUTH KARR — Likes to do the funniesl tilings at the funniest times. A cute little blond who served on the business committee for class play. " Howdy " likes to swim. JOHN KARDSTEDT — One of the most humorous jesters at the Roines meet- ings. Will play nothing hut the largest horn in the band. Comes from the Heights. Roines. Personals. HAZEL KEMPER — One of these quiel little girls with a mighty voice. She surely can warble. Member of Girls Glee Club and choir. DAVID KING — Drives a negative mode! T. Mighty man on the golf team. His honest face caused him to be elected treasurer of the Service Club. HARRY KIRSCHNER — Quite a loquac- ious man is this captain of the yell team. Believes life is what you make it, so he takes it easy. " Glick " in the class play. President of Forum Club. Debating team. Roines. ELVERA KIRSCHNER — Just a regular little busy-body in office training. Boys? — why she literally hates the things. Harry ' s nice little sister. Secretary of Forum Club. Masoma. ESTHER KOCH — No show is complete without this talented pianist ; she puts real pep in the Pep Band. Composes melodies that would make Irving Ber- lin bow his head in shame. Vice-pres- ident of Glee Club. Masoma. MERL KORD — Is so extravagant that he Is determined to study banking. Leader of the dwarfs in class play. Swings an expert golf club and can tell you all about it.

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IOLA GILLASPY— -Mrs. Sehad admits that she doesn ' t know how she will get along without Iola. Prince ' s page in " Snow White. " Spanish Club and Speech Arts Club (y section). FANNIE GOLDSTEIN — Very amiable disposition. Third in the line of Gold- steins. Talks a lot, but no one seems to mind because, you see, they ' re in- terested. Business Girls ' Club. WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN — " Babs " to his friends. Had prominent role in the class play, that of " Berathol. " An out- standing veteran debater. President of the Odd Number Club. Simply hoards Top Ten buttons. CHARLES GREEN— We wonder win tins boy was named Charles, because he is always called " Jack " which suits him very much. Very often seen talking with Lillian. Plays a trumpet in the band. CURT GUELDEN — Look for " Mutt " wherever you see Curt. Only works when he ' s not supposed to. He must like quiet evenings at home, because lie plays chess and checkers many nights. MARGARET HALL— Oh my, " this girl is interested in a person in the West — side of town. Industrious back stager — passed out properties. Vice-presi- dent of Girl Reserves. DORIS HANSEN — Likes to get lessons with Wilbur. Has taken all commer- cial subjects but is all wrapped up in the idea of being a nurse. KENNETH HARLAN — Another silent member of the senior firm. Likes to argue witli Searles in Spanish class. Chairman of the gift committee. Pres- ident of Spanish Club. ALICE HARMS — Certainly turns out the work in office training class. Gets good grades in everything. Business com- mittee for class play. Member of Jun- ior Red Cross (x section) and Busi- ness Girls ' Clubs. GERTRUDE HARTMAN — Talking feet has this blue eyed Gertie when it comes to tap dancing. Always knows the latest scandal. May Queen candi- date. " Guinivere " in class play. H. V. S. Club. Masoma. FRANCES HAWTHORNE — Seems to take her studies seriously. Knocked everyone ' s eyes out with her lovely yel- low Ivy Day dress. Distinguished for her musical chuckle. Speech Arts Club (x section). CASH HELMS — Of the dark and hand- some type but has eyes for only one girl. Quite a good dancer and will soon know how to do the " Minnesota Rush " — right. " Heb " (we know you are a good sport). MILDRED HIBNER — " Milly ' is that quiet little cute thing seen here or there once in awhile. Is she or is she a man hater? But that doesn ' t keep the boys away. Member of the Speech Arts Club ( x section ) . DORIS HOOSER — Quite a studious in- dividual. Keeps Mr. Clayton from turning gray by never talking out of turn in roll call. Has great amibtions to become a famous dress designer. GEORGE HOYT — Made advertising of " Snow White " much better because of his superior printing. Was more than a star on our football team.



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IRENE EUCHLER— As a splendid mis- tress of ceremonies for the Ivy Day program, Irene helped to make the affair one which will be remembered with pleasure for a long time. Mary ' s pal. Personals. ROY LAGLE — " Pat " is never seen with- out Juanita. One of Manual ' s Beau Brummels. Our debonair drum major who can really strut. Vice-president of Military Club. HELEN LAMB — Always ready to hear a good juke. " Astolaine " in the class play. Just another ballroom " Tuesday nighter. " Speech Arts (x section). HAZEL LANDRIGAN— It ' s a terrible shame we didn ' t have Hazel here with us for all four years. A very efficient worker — always finishes what she starts. THELMA LAYRENZ— Lovely May Queen attendant. Quite a busy little girl. .Secretary-treasurer for both Masoma and II. Y. S. Entertainment commit- tee for Class Day. KENNETH LEE — The reason Miss Whis- enancl lias to si niggle so in teaching- Spanish. An old crony of Chestine. Consistent Top Tenner. Secretary of Science Club and member of Spanish and Art Club. PAUL LE1M — Everybody ' s " little " help- er. Develops bis muscles by working back-stage. Quite an old flash at checkers, and swears he can ' t be beat- en at it. Member of the Chess and Checkers Club. HERMAN LjEWIS — Life to " Mutt " is just one continuous ride on a rocking horse. Likes to lead yells unofficially. Scooted scenery back-stage for class play. President of the Chess and Checkers Club. CI OLDIE LIEBERMAN — Maid of Honor to " Lady Ursula " in the class play. Old fashioned dancer on Ivy Day program. Looked very sweel in her dress of the " gay nineties. " Business Girls ' Club. ANNA LOUISE LORENZ — Has an un- surpassed ability to please " Sil. " " Christabel " in class play. Ivy Day committee. Vice-president of Forum Club. Member of Junior Red Cross, x section. Masoma. DOUGLAS LOWE — Rides to and fro in a colorful chariot dreaming dreams of " Marg. " Doug ' s team won the class play ticket sales. Varsity basketball star. Gym Club. DO HIS MeKENZLE — " Do " breaks all records for attending different high schools. Everybody thinks she ' s sweet, and rightly so. Spends her time with Lloyd. Speech Arts Club (x section). HAROLD MENZEL — Can always be counted on for lots of first class root- ing at any event, athletic or otnerwise. Is quite a musical little boy. MARY MIKE — We wonder what mys- tery lurks behind those blue eyes o£ Mary ' s. Has a sweet smile for every- one, and that is sumpin ' . Speech Arts (y section) and Art Clubs. CHESTINE MILLER — ' Tis suspicioned by observers that " Ace " is a confirmed woman hater. Was both a cat and a page in the class play. Lias high ambi- tions to lie a chemist. Top Ten. Speech Arts (x section) and Science Clubs.

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