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BERNADINE WEILAND— -One of the reasons for lots of anxious customers in the fales room. Her beautiful brown eyes are a big asset. Has won awards for her proficiency in stenotypy. Masoma. LUCILLE WELCH — Takes her daily dozen passing absence lists and likes a lot of cheerful " Thank you ' s " for the service. Seems to have numerous out- side interests. Masoma. ALBERTA WELLMAN — One of Manual ' s best artists and lias proved her artistic ability in her :irt work on (be Booster staff. " Worker in the Red Cross Club (x section). VERA WHEATLY — Ts a loyal member ol her sorority. Don ' t breath this, but there ' s a boy that works in a grocery. Very good in commercial subjects. Masoma. M BLTj WEETON — Uses loads of energy in office training. No matter who yon are your just a " pantie waist " to Mabel. Always has a good time. Sec- retary G. L. M. H. Y. S Club ALMA WHEELER — Alma isn ' t a red- head, hut she has a weakness for any- one who is. Generally wins her side of any question in any argument. Is unite interested in office training. DOROTHY WITTTTNCrER — Hails from Haughville. A regular roll room chat- terbox. Must read a lot, because she ' s always in the library. Member of Junior Red Cross (x section). U RY WWTTE — Alary has a summer job that lots of uiris would ' ike. Ts goiiv to trav°l out to Butler. " Lady Lvnette 1 ' in class play. Very " frank. " IT. Y. S. CETFTON WHrTLEY — The Prince who was a " Piker. " Tan be write poetry, and how! Tf is said that Cliff can play bridge. Enacted the very hard uart of a duke in class play. Science Club. CONVA WILLOUGHBY — lias dancing blue eyes that would lieht no any class room. His name is Merril. Another hard worker back stage for class play. Business committee. NEETJE WILDER — Always has a lot of important things to say to Barteld. and takes a long time to say them. Served on business committee for class play. Business Girls ' Club. HARVEY WYANT — Keeps the Booster from going into the black despair of being bankrupt. The big blond brute takes office training, tra. la. And is very good at it. EUNICE ZICK — One of our very pretty brunettes, who honors the ballroom quite frequently with her presence. De- votes her time to office training. JOHN YOVAN — Has excelled in football since his f reside days. Starred in base ball, basketball and track. The fact that he can be seen in the sales room doesn ' t prove he ' s buying any- thing, necessarily. Koines. HAROLD ZUKERMAN — Just plain old Znke to his many friends and A. Z. A. brothers. Dancer in the Gym Show, and every other place. Speech Arts Club (y section). LULA ZOITOS — Big brown eyes, pleas- ant smile, baby talk — that ' s Lula. Efficient member of costume commit- tee for class play. Business Girls ' Club.
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JEAN SIMMONDS — Known as " Leviti- cus, " and that isn ' t hard to believe it you know him. Spends lo1 of lime in the shops. Member of basketball team and track squad. ESTHER SKAGGS — Better known as " Firecracker " in Mr. Moffat ' s classes. " Rosalye " in the class play. French and Masoma Chilis. HELEN SMITH — Doesn ' t hear or see anything unless it ' s about John. " Ame- lotte " in " Snow White. " Spanish ami Masoma Clubs. ABE STEIN — Ah, the secret is out: this is " Haddie. " Dancer in Ivy Day pro- gram: served on the committee too. Another A. Z. A. brother. Speecb Arts (y section). ESTHER STOTLER — Another quiet member of 135. We wonder? Loves to write short stories and poissessses an ability to do .so. Red Cross (y section) and German Clubs. RALPH STRIGGO — A " heap big man- nsy " and liked by everyone. Official time-keeper at all home basketball games. Ah, the time that Ralph fell asleep in the barbershop chair — that was a real tragedy. Radio and Chess and Checker Clubs. CLINTON SWITZER — A boy that knows all the answers. His secret ambition is finally disclosed — he wants lo he a basketball coach! And if thai isn ' t successful, he says that mathematics can replace it. VIRGINIA TAYLOR — So much ginger and giggles she should start a giggle society. Has a very nice personality. Likes business. Member of Book. Poetry, and Business Girls ' Clubs. ALMA THOMAS — Can usually he found in the library. Ts always willing to stage a good tap dance, and enjoys it as much as the spectators. CHARLES THOREN — A deep. deep thinker and is quite interested in the way of science, also in flaming haired girls. A devotee to sport activities. Member of the Ivy Day committee. JOHN TICESAN — Has a personality that makes friends for him everywhere. Yovan ' s shadow. Frequently seen at the ballroom. Senior student manager. Football. Service Club. HOLLACE VOORHIES — Started his high school career at Manual, and had to leave, biit we ' re glad to say came back to us to graduate. Musical and a iroori thinker. Makes high brow speeches in Miss Webster ' s speech class. BEATRICE WAISS — " Bea " has a flair for heading the Top Ten and collect- ing bronze medals. She won the Swift Essay Contest last year — just one ex- ample of her many accomplishments. Dwarf in class play. Personals com- mittee. Masoma. EVANGELINE WEBER — " Van " of the Van and Gertie combination. Has an unusual interest in Butler. Southern charm makes many friends for Mrs. Weber ' s little girl. Paere in class play. ' H. T. S. Club. ETHEL WEIGEL — Had her troubles while on the costume committee for class play — but didn ' t we all? She wishes to become a modiste. Forum Club and Masoma. J3 Z ai mz a
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THE BOOSTER Published by the June 1934 Class of Manual Training High School EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Virginia Russett Associate Editor Norma Hall Art Editor Lucile Davis Assistants Lavina Steinke and Martin O ' Neill Class Play Henrietta Weiland Ivy Day Geraldine Brisbin Chairman of Personals Thelma Foster Committee — Helen Fechtman, Beatrice Waiss, Rutli Russell, Esther Brink, Lena Saboe, Esther Brink, Carl Berdel, Leo Cohn, Mary Brethaur, Irene Kuchler, Maynita Baumgart, Felix Chip- lis, John Karstedt, Chestine Miller, Kenneth Lee. Jokes Richard Hasse Typist Gertrude Winklehaus Sponsor Miss Hodges BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Earl Patterson In School Sales Kenneth Windhorst Bookkeepers — Geraldine Allanson, Inez Smith, Mary Louise Leachman. Assistant Business Manager Mildred Jackson Sponsor Miss Haynes CLASS OFFICERS President John Woerner Vice-president Martin O ' Neill Secretary Jessie Levin Treasurer Eugene Wahl Prophet Helen Fechtman Willmaker Virginia Russett Giftorian John Hayes Historian Donald Wagener CLASS SPONSORS Faculty Sponsor Miss Arda Knox Roll Room Sponsor Mr. C. R. Clayton Ivy Day Sponsor Miss Margaret Kellenbach Class Day Sponsor Miss Vivian Webster " FIGHT, FORGE AND FAIL NOT " Four years ago, we, the June ' 34 seniors, en- tered .Manual with hopes high, and our principal ambition the completion of our high school edu- cation. We realized then that to prevent failure and accomplish our purpose, it would he neces- sary to fight unflinchingly, and relentlessly forge ahead. Our highest pinnacle in high school has been reached, and as we enter the future to gain greater accomplishments we feel that we cannot fail with such a motto to inspire us. The future is only a more rugged extension il our high school career with more difficult and important problems to solve and a higher peak of life to reach. Just as we have attained our goal in high school, we now go out to put forth our supreme efforts to " Fight, Forge, and Fail Not " in climbing the future heights. JUST " AU REVOIR " This is our last chance to address all our teachers, friends, and classmates as a whole. Our sentiments go deeper than merely thanking everyone for past favors, or giving any of the customary farewells. We aren ' t really going to leave forever. When in later years our thoughts wander back to school days, the sensible ami intelligent influence of our faculty advisers and helpers will be freshly illuminated in our minds. And then we will be more than evei thankful for those precious days. But back to present reality — our thought of leave-taking now is done amid laughter and gaiety, for we have not realized yet that we, who have lived for four years in the atmos- phere of a splendid challenge — " We Can, We Must, We Will, " are actually leaving. Our intentions are to stride forth and make practical use of the splendid training that Man- ual has offered, and then come back again bring- ing honor and pride to our Alma Mater. So instead of saving farewell, we say, " An Revoir. " MANUAL ' S 40th BIRTHDAY At a recent meeting of the executive commit- tee of the Manual Alumni Association, it was decided to defer the annual meeting of the group until February, 1935, when the school will celebrate the fortieth anniversary of its founding. " A Committee of Forty, " to be ap- pointed soon by the president, will have charge of activities in connection with planning the event. Present officers of the alumni group are Otto Mueller, June ' 01, president; Victor Jose, June ' 06, vice-president; Anna J. Schaefer, June ' 98, secretary, and F. II. Kemper McComb, treasurer.
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