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

 - Class of 1934

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MABEL BEYMER — Dancing lady de- scribes Mabel. Made up cast of class play as if she had been doing it for years. Drives many weary students home. CURTIS BOW EN — Has the novel distinc- tion of beating our football coach in :i fierce game of golt. Practices drives in roll call by shooting paper wads. Curt does ' nt chew gum. OETA MAE BRATTAIN — One of those cute little pink and blue heralds in " Snow White. " Is quite domestically inclined — maybe. Seemed to have a great deal to do for class play. ARTHUR BREDY — Spends every avail- able moment in the jewelry depart- ment. Art served on both the foot- ball and track teams. Member of Serv- ice and German Clubs. MART BRETHAUER — Drives a very darling green Chevie roadster. Always wears the smartest sport clothes. Her dearest friend has been " Renee " during all the four years. Personals. ESTHER BRINK — Esther is quiet, but yon always know when she ' s around. Likes tap dancing and does it as well as her algebra problems. Member of H. Y. S. and Masoma Clubs. EREDERICK BROW DUES — Major in the R. O. T. C. What a hero he will make in the army. Gets a strange en- joyment out of losing points in civics. Has eyes of the delightful baby blue shade. LLOYD CAIN — Is it true that Lloyd goes for a certain " Queen? " We say, what a man he was in the class play ! And purple should be his color now. IDA MAE CAITO — We wouldn ' t be at all surprised if Ida obtained the first position she applies for, because she looks as efficient as she is. Delia ' s pal. Vice-president of Business Girls ' Club. OTHEL CASTLEMAN — Has lots of dig- nity but really rushes around when she does the " Minnesota Rush. " It can be predicted that whatever Othel un- dertakes will be successfully complet- ed. MARIE CHAPMAN — Has the lovely un- usual combination of blond hair and brown eyes. Likes subjects on busi- ness: could it be monkey business? Business committee for class play. Business Girls ' Club. FELIX CHIPLIS — Knows more about radios than the inventor. Just ask him. His quiet nature denotes con- stant, deep concentration. Takes Lat- in as Mr. Schell likes for it to be taken. Personals. RALPH CHUPP — A tennis player with lots of ability and sportsmanship. A personal friend of Miss Iske. Rates as a good scout with everyone. Roines. LEO CORN — Developed his muscles with his friends. Known as a heap big he- man. Likes to dance, and does it well. Came from Tech to a good school. Per- sonals. LUCILLE CONOVER — Her main inter- est is an old grad. Very good in domestic subjects. Handles a car like a race driver. Business committee for class Dlay. Business Girls ' Club.

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EDWIN ADAMS — His dark hah- and yel- low sweater are a wow of a contrast. Mr. Skaar ' s protege. Another proud owner of a beautiful model T. " There ' s Something About a Soldier " must have been written about Ed. DELIA AONELERI — Ida Mae ' s best friend. Likes all commercial subjects and has taken all she can possibl y cram into four short years. Business Girls ' Club. MILDRED ALDERTON — " Blondie " is just the ideal combination — blonde hair, blue eyes, and just lots of sweetness. Never seen without a following. Mr. Sharp ' s helper. G. L. M. Council. H. Y. S. Club. FRANCIS ANGERER — One of our big lie-man athletes. Don ' t we envy him bis graduation present? Francis likes variety. Played varsity football and basketball. Gym Club. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG — Just a glance at bis flaming red hair might cause a lire drill. Has a bored " man about- town " expression, but we happen to know it ' s a fake. Radio Club. VIRGINIA AYRES — Was an attractive and competent usher for class play. Very gracious in manner. She ' s a Girl Reserve. Business committee for class play. WILBUR BAKER — Wilma ' s twin broth- er. Always seen with Manual ' s fairest damsels. It could be because of his musical nature. Tennis champion. WILMA BAKER — One of Manual ' s most attractive brunettes. That is what at- tracted Bob, in addition to her sense of humor. Friends with everybody who will assist her in working out her talks for speech. PAUL BARMAN — What would Paul do without a cross-word puzzle to work? He even makes the things. " Eric " in May Day program. Rather reckless; he thinks he wants to be a race driver. KATHLEEN BARNES — Kathleen spends much of her rime practising to be a commercial readier by connecting Mrs. Sipe ' s type tests. Hard worker in olT ' iee training. Very often seen with Hazel. ELIZABETH BARTACOVITCH — Always knows who ' s who in roll call. A mem- ber of Mr. Clayton ' s harem. Seems to know what she ' s talking about in chem- istry. Book Club. MAYNITA BAUMGART — Right here we predict that Maynita will be a future math professor, because she really knows her numbers (whose?). Member of personals committee. German and Masoma Clubs. EDWARD BECKMAN — Ed ' s ambition is a secret more or less. Just ask him what instrument he used to play in the orchestra. Honors both the Camera and Forum Clubs with his august presence. CARL BERDEL — To make up for his size this infant goes around trying to break people ' s arms or give them double pneumonia. Another class play " dwarf. " Band footer. Personals. DORA BERMAN — Would take the prize in any dancing contest; she ' s a past master at thp art. We can ' t imagine seeing Dora without Eunice. Business Girls ' Club.



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BRAINARD COOPER — One reason why Miss Knox has had to close the door ol 135 after the third bell. Bud has help- ed Mr. Finch backstage for three years. Vice-president of Speech Arts Club sec- tion. HELEN COPE — Her seat in roll room Is desired by many girls ; Helen is in- different. A petite blond club woman. Member of Girl Reserves, Poetry. Masoma and Girls ' Glee Clubs. VIVIAN FERRELL COX — An efficient library assistant. One reason why so many boys are found in the library. Typist for the Booster. Business Girls ' Club. Masoma. ALMA CROAK — Finds that civics class is a delightful place to sleep. But. nevertheless, she is going to be a good lawyer. Is a veteran member of the Camera Club. DOROTHY CROSS — Her hair matches our class color — red, in case you didn ' i know. Served on committees for both senior days. " Ermengrade " in class play. Treasurer of Camera Club, Sec- retary of Glee Club. PEARL DEMETRIUS — Don ' t mistake any whistling you hear around ' these here " parts for a bird, because it will probably be Pearl. Worked on cos- tume committee for class play. FRANK DETER — A big handsome blond that came here from Tech. When asked what he ' s interested in, he says nothing, but we know that isn ' t poss- ible. Made lots of friends in a shori time. GOLDIE DICHNER — Her characteriza- tion of " Witch Hex " in Snow While was remarkable. ' Tis gossiped aboul that Goldie hopes to be a future Gar- bo. Very active in the Speech Arts Club (x section). VERNON ELHRECHT — Very often seen meandering around the halls with the " Swellest Belle. " If you should ask Vernon what five things he is most in- terested in, he would answer hand to all of them. German and Science Clubs. SOL ESHOWSKY -- " Wanna buy a duck? " is Sol ' s greeting to customers in his place of business. Perhaps he doesn ' t like 135; at least he doesn ' t spend much time there. MAURICE ETHERINGTON - - " Better Lare Than Never " seems to be an old standby proverb to Maurice. Miss Thornton ' s commercial star — some- times. Doesn ' t seem ro know thai girls exist. PHYLLIS FETTA — Shines in all her work and has ever since she was a freshie, too. Made a very dignified look- ing usher for the class play. Member of the business committee for The class play and May Day. LEROY FISHER — Ahem, this is none other than " Sir Dandiprat Bombas " of class play fame. Makes that big, big noise in the band. Popular with every- one. FRANCES G ALT IN -- Another gracious Girl Reserve. Always smiling about something or at someone. There ' s one thing that Frances likes to do better than anything else on earth. Guess what. Business committee for class play. EST EL LA GERBOFSKY — Don ' t be sur- prised if, upon awakening in a hospital some day, you see that your nurse is none other than our own Estella. Sew- ed on " Snow White " costumes.

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