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

 - Class of 1936

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LILLY WINTER — Those laughing brown eyes, and that infectious giggle! Some com- bination, we ' ll say. From all appearances she plans to go high-brow on us someday. She belongs to the Art Club and will paint Cali- fornia scenes this summer. JUNE WITTENBRINK — - Tis said that prec- iou3 things come in small packages, so June is of great value. Evidently reading is her hobby for she likes literature and — also Melvin, a handsome member of our own ciass. EDNA WRIGHT — Edna was Mr. Schell ' s chief worry when she was in his Latin classes. Dorothy and Edna are inseparable or prac- tically so. Edna is continually laughing and talking. LENA VOSAFAT — One girl that can be class- ed as plenty cute. Filing is a favorite sub- ject of Lena ' s. Vivaciousness and pep are two qualities that make this Yosafat girl lots of fun. Some fellow will certainly appreciate the fact that Lena makes her own clothes. REBECCA ZIMMERMAN — Beautiful Kebec- ca. Not only is she beautiful but she really can dance. Certainly has a following of boy friends and girl friends. Pals around with Sara and Vicki, plus Leah. PAUL ZUMKELLER — Took part in Ivy Day program. Paul uses Ms basketball ability outside of school. Always seen with Dick Wenning. Better known as Zumie. MARGARET RRANSTETTER — The Shylock of our class. Ask Jimmie! That ' s why she fights with Ralph. Is a whizz in office train- ing and, like most of the other girls in this class, aspires to be the private secretary to some big business man who goes on vacation every other day. Masoma. ' --I V i l IVY VINE " I W Pxoy Welch (Tune: ' ' Stardust ' ' ) Sometimes we wonder bow our ivy vine will climb : How long will it last? Will it outlive its represented class ! If it does, we hope its life is long-. Clinging to Manual ' s wall, Climbing ' for a destination. We ' re hoping it won ' t fall Until its situation Is that which if is striving for. As we set forth, we ' re like that Ivy vine. Merely tender sprigs. Starting out on life ' s long weary climb To success which we hope to attain. So as years pass on We ' ll recall this ivy song. And the vine that ' s planted here In memory will linger on. IVY DAY SONG By " Mose " Alvey (Sung to the tune of " Prairie Moon " ). Years may cease rolling by. Stars may fall from the sky, Bui our ivy will live through the years. Through all hardships and toils. May our souls e ' er be loyal. While our is si n ing In climb. Though things may not seem bright, we ' ll always fight To gain our ends, however hard. We ' ll accept with bright smiles All our troubles and trials. And remember our loyal ivy vine. Thirteen —

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1 I L - V i JUNE SUITT — June positively refuses to give out the name of her heart throb, but we have our suspicions. Her intelligence in home man- agement is astounding, even to the teacher. MILDRED TAGGART — With her name, Mil- dred should go a long way. It should be an inspiration. One of the tall and very slender girls; therefore she ' s quite envied. Thinks she would like to be a file operator. MEIATX THOMAS — Always seen near the bicycle door. Enjoys the company of a former Manualite, Eva. Melvin was head of the ticket sales for " Captain Applejack. " HAROLD THORNBERRY — Harold shoula have a medal for the good hard labor he put in on the Senior Booster. Harold de- signed the cover and did most of the art work. President of the Chess and Checkers Club. Roines. SAM TOOBIX — Who is the object of Sam ' s affection at Shortridge? Some day Sam ex- pects to have the initials, C. P. A., after his name. Played freshman basketball. Chess and Checkers Club. VIRGINIA TRESTER — Although " Jinny " has artistic ability, she hopes to become a filing operator or a private secretary to a wealthy man ' s son. Well, she has our sup- port. Member of the Art Club. VIRGINIA TRUMAN — W T hen Virginia was m Mr. Schell ' s Latin class she was the star — the star dumbbell. Quiet in school, but we un- derstand she is sort of noisy out of school. Is his name Lloyd or Elmer? VIRGINIA TIMKY — Going to shows and dancing are the two things that Virginia really likes to do. One of the girls who gets a big kick out of leap year. Masoma. RICHARD VARE — He is the bestest dish breaker Manual ' s sunlit lunchroom ever heard. Dick always goes to the show by his lonesome. That is something that many of the Manual girls can ' t understand. GEORGE VOIDA — George doesn ' t have much to say, and that is probably the reason he is a constant Top Tenner. Likes writing short stories in Mr. Moffat ' s class. George is an Eagle Scout. Odd Number Club. ELLA WEI LAND — Short and pleasingly plump is Ella. Here is another one of those girls with the million dollar dispositions. Al- ways seen with Irene, and the two of them seem to enjoy themselves. Masoma. ROY WELCH — Roy is the composer of our Ivy Day song. Has become famous for Lis good jokes. Seems somewhat interested in Garfield Park on Sunday afternoons. RICHARD WENNING — " School Boy Wen- niiig " turned out to be the man about Man- ual after all. He is a whiz on the hardwood and dance floor as well. Aileene and Dick- think each other the " tops " . Roines. COLBERT WEST — Better known by the .girls as Handsome. Must want to be an aviator, for he is seen at the airport every Saturday night. FLOYD WHARTON — One thing never both- ers Floyd, and that is his lessons. Alreadv has his Ford trained to run north. Her name isn ' t Betty by any chance, is it Floyd? MARY WHITAKER — If you want to hear the latest joke, just ask Mary. She knows them all. Sang in the Glee Club for several sem- esters. Red Cross X section. JAXE WILLIAMS — One of the reasons that Mr. Clayton has to yell " Quiet " so many times at roll call. Jane joined us in January, but has made a name for herself. JESSIE WINKLER — One girl that doesn ' t believe that silence is golden. As a radio announcer she would have a brilliant, future. All kidding aside, Jessie has an A-l personal- ity, and we all like her. Has several bronze buttons. Masoma. — Twelve

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THE BOOSTER Published by the June 1936 Class of Manual Training High School EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Charles Johnston Associate Editor Robert Crouch Sports Editor Angelo Angelopolous Assistant — Herschell Hinkley. Clubs and Organizations Editor Caroline Patnick Art Editor Harold Thornberry Assistants Mona Jupin and Floyd Phiiiips Snap Shots Mr. Lewis Finch Feature Writers Mose Alvey, Jud Jordan, Margaret Postma, Iva Mae Studebaker and Alma DeBaun. Personals Chairman Dorothy Newel Pergonals Committee Ralph Brown. Fred Duecker. Herschel Kopp, Perry Key, Herbert Schwomeyer, Jimmie Gribben, Richard Wenning, William Kosaveach, Hope Brown, Victoria Calderon, Geraldine Gilliatt, Marie Haynes, Jeanne Johnson, Esther Katz, Goldie Pardo, Clarice Reimer, Mildred Minchin, Ella Weiland, Irene Raesner and Rose Ellen Berndt. Joke Editors Herbert Schwomeyer and Jimmie Gribben Typists Sara Passo and Leah Krasno Faculty Adviser Mrs. Robetta Brewer BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager. William Tavenor Assistant Business Manager ... .Robert Mathews In-School Sales Jessie Winkler Bookkeepers Highland Jones, Leona Stamm. Victoria Cald- eron and Esther Dunham. Faculty Adviser Miss Helen Haynes Your Ladder Is No Loftier Than Its Highest Rung. ' With the realization that Manual has furnished many vital rungs of our educational ladder upon which we seniors shall rise to fulfill our ambitions, there comes the knowledge that our ladder will never be completed and vet retain the purpose for which our class ehose the motto, " " We Build The Ladder By Which We Climb " . As long a.s the ladder is being constructed, elevation in commerce, the professions and in society will continue. In the past twelve years we have developed and added greatly to our hereditary knowl- edge, in order to bring us nearer our objective. No one can hope to fulfill youthful ambitions without, continued endeavor until they are reached. And, they cannot be reached if development of the ladder is stopped; you cannot go higher than your highest rung-. GOODBYE, MANUAL! Goodbye, Manual ! Physically, yes — mentally, no ! From the familiar halls of Manual we shall scatter to the four winds, some of us to further our educational attainment, others to en- ter the vast world of business, but always in the recesses of our minds will be a mental pictui ' e of our high school and all of the things which our teachers, advisers and associates have made Manual mean to us. And even physically many of us shall return to the haunts of our high school days on occasion to thank and tell our former instructors and sponsors how much we have actually benefited from their efforts to give us a sound educational foundation on which to start life. As seniors, knowing that our high school career is almost completed, we realize the sincer- ity of purpose and wholeheartedness with which our various teachers have assisted us, ami as we shall soon depart on widely-diverging paths, the members of the June ' 36 graduating class take this opportunity to express their earnest thanks and appreciation to the faculty. -Fourteen

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