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

 - Class of 1936

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TOSCA GUERRINI — Is the answer to some harassed executive ' s prayer. She is tops with Mrs. Dorman for her splendid ability to grasp commercial subjects. Business Girls ' Club. WILLIAM GUYON — William is one of the quiet fellows around school. I.ikes his math- ematics and has stuck with it for four years. You ' ll have to come around school early if you want to see Bill. NORVAL HAMILTON — Every one has come to the conclusion that Norval has leased the Green House for the rest of his school days. He is a big pest at times. Military Club. ROBERT HAMEL — Bob ' s indoor sport seems to be rink-skating. He spends much of his time out at Riverside. While in school he serenades the girls between classes by play- ing his harmonica. RUSSELL HAMPTON — Russell ' s one ambi- tion is to become a full-fledged " hobo " and be able to ride around the country in his own private box-car. PAULINE HARRIS — Pauline is the cute little dark headed girl that keeps so quiet every where in school. Such a joy for the teach- ers! MARIE HAYNES — Marie really has that swing when she dances. She is the apple of Carl Berdel ' s ' -ye. Here ' s another one ot our senior girls that has such a following of friends. HELEN HOGAN — Surpassed all seniors in selling tickets for the class play. One of the best girl athletes that ever entered Manual. Possesses a job. Masoma. VELMA IVERSON — Can think up more ques- tions: to ask than any two people. Possesses a knack for making her own clothes. Plays the piano and sings to entertain her friends. French Club. Masoma and Business Girls ' Club. IDA MAE JAMESON — Makes the cash regist- er talk in the sales room. Since Ida Mae has been working in the sales room the amount of sales has been shooting high. LUCILLE JAMIESON — She isn ' t Ida Mae ' s sister. Very quiet in roll call and conse- quently is a help to Mr. Clayton. Spends most of her time studying, and that habit accounts for her being so quiet. IDA JEFFRIES — Ida and Elizabeth are great friends. They are seen together constantly, and both are blondes. Ida ' s sweetness and pleasant disposition have made her a host of friends. JEANNE JOHNSON — If you don ' t know Jeanne Johnson, part of your social life is missing. She gets around. Hinkley and Jeanne have every body predicting big things for them. ROSEMARY JOHNSTON — Very efficient shorthand student. Works in the lunchroom taking in the money — on the boy ' s side, naturally. Masoma. THOMAS JOHNSON — Thomas is the owner of an indelible grin. We wish he would let us in on some of the things he laughs about. Never recites in class but saves all his know- ledge for the big tests. HIGHLAND JONES — We can never tell whether Highland is blushing or just sun- kissed. All you have to do to get him to glow for you is t o mention the word report card. He ' ll understand. MONA JUPIN — Makes your heart quivei when she casts her soulful eyes on you. Was a great help with her art work in the Senior Booster. ESTHER KATZ — We don ' t know much about Esther for she is awfully quiet. Studying must be her hobby for she is always looking in a book. History and English are her main accomplishments. Si nil 9 f r

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V ' - MARGUERITE EICHEL — Marguerite is so tiny you almost have to look twice to see her. One girl that has a bright and cheery greeting for everyone. HOWARD ELLIS — There is only one thing lacking that keeps Howard from being the ideal ice man — he is shy of girls (as far as we know i ! Has been one of Painter ' s fight- ing Redskins for four years. JOHN ELLIS — Johnny, better known as " Shirley Temple " , has the kind of hair girls go for — dark and curly. A pirate in the class play. Vice-president of the Rod and Reel Club. DORIS PALTING — Peppy redhead of our sen- ior class. Knows all the answers and isn ' t afraid to let anyone know it. Hopes to be- come a file operator in some large office. RUTH FINCHUM — One of the very few red- heads of the class and is proud of it. Ruth swings a wicked toe especially in the Gym Shows. Looks too divine in an R. O. T. C. suit. VIRGINIA FLETCHER — A very decided blonde of the roll room. Office training is Virginia ' s first love at school. She is work- ing at something along that line all the time. VIRGIL FREIJE — Miss Webster ' s pet nuis- ance in senior speech. Delights in running out of gas with a car full of girls. Hopes some day to be able to follow his father ' s business. Member of the Forum Club. MARTHA GALLAMORE — Martha never says much but she thinks plenty. Her grades are proof of that fact. Literature, history and filing are the favorite subjects of Martha. LOUIS GARSHWILER — " Gush " is one of the boys that makes the Green House possible. Says he intends to be a song writer and wishes Rudy Vallee were his brother. Spends a lot of his evenings at the Oriental. MAYME GELLER — Another one of the sen- ior girls that is wearing a sparkling diamond ring, on her left hand, naturally. Mayme has been preparing herself for home making a long time. GERALDINE GILLIATT — Stick ' em up! Urn, did she get tough in the class play. But real- ly Jerry is sweet. That was just th e play. Can easily be called the song bird of Manual. Masoma. CONSTANCE GLAZER — A fast talking girl that knows her way around and isn ' t afraid of anything. Even though it has been three years since she studied mythology, she re- members it better than any other subject. IiKSSIE GOLDSTEIN — Gets a big kick in working in the Booster office although she isn ' t on the staff. There is a certain fel- low unknown to Manual that squires her wherever she goes. MAX GOLDSTEIN — History and Max don ' t mix just the way they should. Especially when it comes to making maps. He and blond curly hair are just the things that get the girls, but he is immune to their charms. MARY GRAVES — One of the cute blondes of our class. Happens to be interested in some- one outside of school. Maybe that is the reason that she is so intent when studying her home management. JIMMMIE GRIBBEN — Jimmie is in partner- ship with Clifford, not only in the ownership of that new Ford V-8 roadster, but also in the furniture business. Booster staff. IRENE GRINDEAN — If there is a war Irene will be on hand to nurse the doughboys back to health. Home nursing has been her fav- orite study. MARNE GROOTHAERT — Has a wicked hand with the car which comes in very handy at times. Has an ambition to be a great violin- ist — some day. Received a music award. Orchestra and French Club. — Six



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« ' ROBERT KELLEMEYER — Knows Jud best after himself. Proved himself very useful back stage during the class play. He wants to be an efficient chemical experimenter. LEWIS KEMMERER — Can ' t seem to make up his mind whether to run a drug store, be a funeral director, or join the army. Of course, we realize there isn ' t much difference. Captain of the band. Military Club. PERKY KEY — Perry thinks that the " M " in K. M. T. H. S. stands for Martha Jane. Perry is one of that quite distinguished gang that does thiags on Sunday nights. Roines. ELIZABETH KIEL — Elizabeth is just like her delightful sister who graduated from Manual about a year ago. Her smile has won her many friends. GLENDORA KIOER — Glondora has hopes of beins the second Kate Smith on a small scale. She drives Mrs. Dorman silly with her warb- ling. Often seen with Marne Groothaert. JOE KIRA — Another pocket-size member of our class. Seems to be terribly intellectual. Finds that mathematics gives the brain won- derful exercise. This phase of his education is about the only thing he takes seriously. BERNICE KNIGHT — Bernice ' s pet ambition is to become a secretary. She likes to pick at the typewriter and is very good at com- mercial work. Masoma. BERSCHEL KOPP — Hasn ' t made himself known until this year. And he really has made up for lost time. Drives to school in one of those so-called swell cars. He has collected plenty of those bronze buttons dur- ing his four years. Roines. WILLIAM KOSAVEACH — Bill is one of the long drawn out members of the senior class. This winter Bill had to miss part of the fun we had while he was in the hospital. Likes physiology. He may be a doctor yet. HERBERT KOTTEAMP — One-semester sub- jects are his hobby. Business law was real- ly a semester full for Herbert, though. Has a patent on that long facial expression. WILLIAM KRAMER — The star track man of our class. Ask Bill about the business of " strawing. " Beside the Chess and Checkers Club, he goes in for the ladies — especially Vernice. Roines. LEAH KRASNO — When Leah stops talking we ' ll know that she is ill. One of the trio of Sara, Caroline and Leah. Neatness is Leah ' s pet virtue. Masoma. BETTY LARMORE — Don ' t let Betty ' s shy appearance fool you, for she is as lively as the next one. Pals around with Virginia. Has a good eye for sewing straight seanu, one trait that very few gins of tniss day have. GAYLE LAWRENCE — Gayle has been given the title of the quietest giil in school. Some distinction in this bedlam. Her quiet man- ner is a joy forever. KATHERINE LAWRENCE — Katherine is the girl that signs CMC to everything. She al- most forgets what her initials are. Litera- ture furnishes Katherine many enjoyable moments. ROBERT LEACHMAN — Another of our foot- ball heroes. Seems to take an interest in other high schools — especially at basketball games. Roines. ISADORE LEVY — The " quiet " boy from 135. One of the teachers ' chief worries. His curly locks attract many a sweet glance and sign from the fair maidens. BENNIE LINDER — One reason why Mr. Win- slow ' s chorus class keeps going. Efficient member of the business committee for the class play. — EifjUt

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