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is ' I DOROTHA NEIGER — Likes to ride a two- wheeled tricycle, and can really lake the curves. Genneil and Dorotha can find some- thing to talk about every roll call period. Masoma. ALBERT NELTS — Blonde and small, but not so little that he can ' t hold his own. Trips i lie light fantastic with a little dark headed gal that isn ' t from Manual. There isn ' t any place in Indianapolis that Albert hasn ' t been. GENNEIL O ' BRIEN — Snappy eyed little Col- leen who is seen most every place. Likes to skate and make classy clothes. Has hopes of being a file clerk. Masoma. .■MAUREEN O ' DWYER — The little girl with the unusual voice and large round eyes. Lit- erature is Maureen ' s favorite subject. 13 5 ' s official attendance checker. HARRY OSBORNE — Harry has proved him- self efficient at all times by making high grades in all classes he has entered. Al- though Harry hasn ' t gone all four years at Manual, he has made many friends. JOSEPH OSMAN — Seems to belong to the House of David. But the wind sure does whip his whiskers back when he whizzes around the cinder path. Started his track career too late to get a block " M " . SARA PASSO — The Ruby Keeler and Ginger Rogers of our senior class. Sara has eyes for some one in The Booster Office. Inseparable from Caroline and Leah. Likes to dance and can certainly do it. Senior Booster typist. Masoma. CAROLINE PATNK K — " Pat " pais around with Sara and tap dances and sings. She is an excellent typist and a member of the weekly and Senior Booster staffs. Received Alliance Francaise Medal. Top Tenner and Masoma. French and Journalist Clubs. ROY PATTISON — Roy knows all the latest jokes and has that certain something in his style that can put them over with a bang. Has one of the special front seats in 135. FLOYD PHILLIPS — Hail to a future artist! But he ' ll never get along unless he does away with some of the bashfulness. Designer of banner and arm band. LEONA POER — Has decided that she wants to be a teacher or secretary. Kails from Ben Davis, so naturally is an ardent basket- ball fan. Usher for class play. MARGARET POSTMA — " Babe " is one-half of the Berndt-Postma gang and is a bicycle enthusiast. She loves to swim and is very fond of apples and straws. She is presi- dent of the Book Club and member of the Booster staff. Masoma. VIRGINIA PUGH — Is seen very often with " Jinny " . Noisy, but still one of the quietest in 135. She is one of our few " natural blondes " . Would like to be a stenographer. EDWARD ItAASCH — Ed is commonly known as " Flash " . Has played basketball for the last two years. His flaming red hair seems to attract Alma. IRENE BAESNEH — Irene is the other half of the Irene and Ella Co., Incorporated. Likes to study in the library. Whenever you see Irene, she is always laughing. Masoma. DE LORIS RAH.M — " Rahmy " is our class poet, having written our Ivy Day poem. She is smart and works in the sales room. Was Aunt Agatha in the class play. Masoma. HELENE RAWLINGS — Helene is famous for her coiffure. Her hair is never mussed. Clerks in a grocery in her spare time and certainly knows her onions. Esther ' s cousin. Masoma. RUTH READ — One of the few girls who has the distinction of strutting around in an R. O. T. C. suit. Likes to whirl around the skat- ing rink at Riverside. — Ten
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CLARA LITVAK — Possesses a contagious smile. Her ambition is to take a trip around the world. Looks stunning in blue, and her pet dislike is home nursing. Now you know all about Clara. WILDA LONG — Oh! That southern accent! Very yuiet until she meets someone from Ben Davis. Pals around with Ruth Reimer. Favorite subject is history. KATHYRN LOWDEN — Here ' s a girl that is really preparing to make some fellow a good wife. She is taking home management and household science. She should really know bow to open a can. RALPH MALLING — Spends his spare time working in a bakery shop. Perhaps he en- joys being with all sweet things? Ask him about Evelyn. Enjoys dancing and playing ping-pong. ROBERT MATHEWS — One of Manual ' s suc- cessful debaters and Top Tenners. Capably played the part of Lush in the class play. Has often shown his photographic ability around school. Business manager of the weekly Booster. Roines. ALBERT McFALL — Seems quiet between 8:00 and 3:30, but his friends say different. Enjoys taking the red headed girl friend on aerial rides. Forum Club. RUBY McGUIRE — Ruby can find something to laugh about, regardless. Tells about a handsome boy friend but will not give his name. .JOSEPHINE McKEE — After moving all over Indiana, Josephine has decided to settle down in Indianapolis. Has to look up at e verybody because she is the half-pint of our class. HAROLD MCLAUGHLIN — One of the sUck- haired boys from the Heights. What a grin he flashes at times! A member of Mr. Finch ' s back stage crew for the class play. ROBERT MENDELSOHN — The handsome lad with such a dreamy look. Robert should become head of a mattress factory — he ' d have something to fall back on when sleeping in class. MILDRED MTNCHIN — Herschell Hinkley ' s wife — in the class play. Boy, can she tell them! Plays a fiddle in the orchestra. Looks very beautiful in green, since she has red hair. Member of the Booster stall. MABIE MOATES — Knows how to make Top Ten and no wonder, for she ' s continually studying. Isn ' t afraid of the " Old Trig " . Membei of orchestra, Manual Friends of Reading, Camera and Masoma Clubs. ERMA MONTGOMERY — Can ' t make up her mind whether she likes school or not. Has decided that there is something very nice about a soldier. CHESTER MOORE — Oh! Girls! That dark wavy hair! And was Chester a dark anu handsome man in the class play? Has the distinction of being the only negro in the production. NORMAN MUELLER — One of the fleetest of the fleet. Also performs on the high-jump. Pals around with Kramer, Wenning and Tavenor. Vida Vake ' s old flame. Roines. PHILLIP MYERS — Gets in difficulties where members of the opposite sex are concerned. Some people are gifted that way. Devoted to R. O. T. C. Can really take it, for his special boy friend likes his girl friend. ALBERT NAHMIAS — One of the Nahmias boys. They really should start a baseball nine. His pet dislike is curly hair. Likes history and studies it like a trouper. MILDRED MURRAY — Mildied has plans to make nursing her life work. Home manage- ment and similar courses are helping to prepare her for her chosen profession. Forum Club. Nine — % %) if y I w
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CLARICE REIMER — Clarice is the girl that possesses that Pepsodent smile. She is one of the most charming girls of the senior class. Attendant to the May Queen and member of the Masoma Club. President of the G. L. M. Council. RTTH REIMER — The Jean Harlow in the roll room Ruth rates them all, even the graduates. Looked very fetching as a milk maid in the May Day exercises. Masoma. ALBERTA ROBERTSON — Pals around every- place with " Tootie " . Left us for a while to see the town of Terre Haute. Decided Man- ual was the place. Likes candy only when she can eat it in roll call. KATHERINE ROBERTSON 1 — Often seen with Doris. Does exceptionally good work in art and likes cost designing very much. Writes short, short stories for Mr. Moffat in the Odd Number Club. MARTHA RYAN — A very sweet, blue-eyed brunette. We wonder just who her hero is. Usually seen with Virginia Tumey. Business Girls ' Club. Masoma. HENRY SALZMAN — Henry is part of the company whose partners are Bennie and Isa- dore. When those three get together, no tell- ing what will happen. Studies hard but says he forgets too much. HAROLD SCHROWE — One of those tough pirates in " Captain Applejack " . He should go in for wrestling, for he can certainly grab a man. HELMUT SCHULZ — Helmut came all the way from Germany. He certainly lost no time in making a. name for himself. Looks very handsome and dignified in an R. O. T. C. uniform. GEORGE SEELE — Gray hair isn ' t caused from old age, or so George says. German and chemistry are enough to make one feel eighty years old — that is if you study them hard enough. RUTH SHAPIRO — It seems that Ruth is leav- ing Indianapolis in favor of New York City. Seldom seen without Helen Cohen. SAM SHAPIRO — Not very many fellows can boast of a smile like Sam ' s. It ' s the kind that sends chills down your spine. That is the reason Helen has such a hard time keep- ing her mind on literature. Brother of Ruth. MARTIN SIEGEL — Evidently Martin is go- ing to own an office where there are six sec- retaries to do his work while he plays golf. He ' s in business training but never comes to school. THELMA SIMS — Perhaps Thelma will be a saleslady in one of the larger stores of the city, someday. At least, that ' s her ambition. A member of the Latin Club. LENA SMITH — Although Lena is attracted by something at Ziggie ' s, she remains loyal to Roy. Interested in singing and music. Red Cross Club, Y section. Masoma. .MIRIAM SMITH — Her main interest is a cer- tain Sammy. Pastime is riding esculators and wandering through dime stores. Ambi- tion is to become a hot blues singer. Often seen places with June and Pauline. LEONA STAMiM — She and Edna Donahue seem to be inseparable. Music Club. Physi- ology was her chosen subject. Maybe she ' ll be a nurse. THOMAS STEPHEN ' S — If Thomas Stephens came to school two days straight, the teach- ers would collapse. He thinks that book- keeping is the only subject taught at Man- ual. IV T A MAE STUDEBAKER — Consistent " Top Tenner " . Also received the Hayward Barcus award. May Queen attendant. Her ambi- tion seems to be in the business world, doing stenographic work. Masoma. Eh ven — » -» ' " . %M J3 %► V s
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