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JUANITA MILLER — A girl with bright blue eyes, personality, and a stunning unusual coiffure. Industrious worker both inside and outside of school. Drum major-ess. LILLIAN MILLER — Red beaded sophis- ticated lady describes Lil. Takes French ; maybe she wants to go to France. Passes out food after school. Another girl who likes Butlerites. French Club. 1. 1 CILE MILLER — Because Lucile is a Girl Scout, she is always willing to do her daily good deed. Outstanding in athletics. French and Cook Clubs. EDWARD MOORE — Last of the Moores to attend our Alma Mater. With be- coming dignity, Ed presented our Ivy plant to Mr. Sanders on Ivy Day. Mem- ber of Forum and Military Clubs. Ko- ines. JOHN MULLIN — Has possibilities of be- coming a great Irish historian. Des- pite all ideas to the contrary John not related in any way to " Moon " the comic strips. VENETA NELSON — Her bright and cello will he missed in the 01 Ira. The third of this Nelson fa and each one, it seems, is better the one before. is of smile •ches- mily. than ANITA O ' DWYER — It is said Unit she has ambitions to be an actress, anil we arc backing her up. A dwaif in the class play. Active member of the Business Girls ' Club. CHARLES OZMENT — Has a very special group of friends that he is seen with constantly. Can always lie found around the Brown Giant stand just talking. MILDRED PARSLEY — Has unusual in- terest in the driver of a Chevie. Never seen without Lena or Norma. Busi- ness committee for class play. LUCILLE PASCH — Her interest in homo management makes us suspicious. When Lucille mentions " Sparky. " don ' t think she ' s talking about a horse. Busi- ness committee for the class play. Camera Club. Masoma. SAMUEL PATTERSON — " Pis rumored be is called " Schlem " and goes around with " Harrie. " Belongs to a very tine fraternity. A. Z. A. by name. GENEVA PATTISON — Always has lots of very important " confiabing " to do before taking up minor details such as lessons. Member of Junior Bed !ross (y section). SYLVIA PHILLIPS — A cute dancer oL ! no little bit of ability. Her clothes are the pet envy of many well-dressed girls. " Bus " does ' nt stand for a public con- veyance in Svlvia ' s mind. French Club. REBECCA PLOTT — The class prophecy revealed " Becky ' s " ambit ion to be an official needle threader in a dress shop. Class play business committee. Busi- ness Girls ' Club. ANGELO PRESUTTI — Is seldom heard. Played football to keep down bis weight, and really did something worth while. He drives bis Ford with lots and lots of skill. A future mechanic is our Angelo.
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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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KATIE PRICE — Her beautiful eyes would melt the heart of any camera- man. Looks demure, but her pals know differently. Has prospects of getting a job at a grocery store — may- be. DORIS RAY — Another little blond of our fair class. Interested in nature, but " birds " especially. Likes to dance and sing too. Member of Girls ' Glee Club. FLOYD REIDENBACH — Why all the Blue and White, Knight? Could it be your lady ' s colors? A ' s are second na- ture to Floyd. Secretary of the Forum Club. A loyal member of the Roines. GLADYS REIMER — Always the ideal picture of neatness. Another efficient member of that hard working business committee for class play. Member of Business Girls ' Club. LILY AN REISER — " HI " always has a comeback for everyone. Displays lots of talent in speech and French. Her eyes radiate personality at all times. French and Science Clubs. MARY ELLEN ROARK — ' Tis often said that music hath charms, but in this case " Charm " hath music. Wrote one of our Ivy Day songs. A member of Red Cross (x section) and Speech Arts Clubs. ALFRED ROBINSON — One of Manual ' s future attorneys. Tries to decide all cases that arise in 135. but he never gets a hearing. Carries volumes, but doesn ' t use them. Forum Club. EILEEN ROBINSON — More often than not she ' s seen with Peggy. Captain of one class play ticket team. Business committee for class play. Latin and Business Girls ' Clubs. PLEZANT ROBERTS — Plezant is head- ed for a pugilistic career. One of these tall and silent romeos — but we guess the girls prefer them that way. RUTH RO ECKEL — Put Mt. Auburn on the map. Brought lots of smiles and giggles with her to cheer the halls of Manual. Very sweet and friendly. RUTH RUSSELL — Ruth takes the most difficult subjects and makes plusses without a great deal of effort it seems. Has lots of very special friends. Back stage in class play. Masoma. Busi- ness Girls ' Club. LENA SABOE — Known as " Big Time " to some people. One of the main reasons why 135 is so " quiet. " Member of thai vigorous trio of Milly, Norma and Lena. ZELDA SACKS — A little girl with a great big smile. Gets a keen delight out of seeing people push potatoes around with their noses. Odd Number Club member — you m ' ght have known. JULIA SARVICH — Seems quiet but we have been informed that she is as live- ly as the liveliest. Has a handwriting- envied by many. Interested in com- mercial subjects. ALBERT SHEMELSON — Hails from An- derson ; wonder if he ran all the way here? Wants to become famous, but he won ' t practice. A pepper in the Pep Band. Science Club.
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